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"ear, eda Lhern ma$ ices nine Yasb ayed the era = ,, vere I : The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, December 26, 1963 3 :,::::GALA AMERICAN LEGION NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE:::,:::::::::::: HATS, NOISEMAKERS AT THE DOOR MUSIC By-.-- FLOYD ROSENBALM At American Legion Hall--9 P.M. to 1 P.M. ADMISSION Sl.00 PER PERSON TICKETS AVAILABLE-.-- =============================================================================================== E C. 31, 19 6 :::::::::::: FROM ANY LEGION MEMBER i i Holiday Stockings Given Polk Agent's Post Due Extinction Early In Year Members OF Fe IIowship Phil Sheridan Fellowship members spread Christmas cheer at their Friday meeting. Members spent the forenoon filling G0 nylon net Christmas personalized stockings with fruits and gifts. These were distributed to all patients in the Sheridan Convalescent Home and to Fellowship "shut-in" members. T h e committee members who made the stock- ings, secured names, purchas- ed the materials and made many of the gifts included Mrs. Ber- neice Boyce, Mrs. Alma Un- fred, Mrs. John Focht and Mrs. Guy Call Mrs. George Krum- dick helped with delivering them. For entertainment, the fel- lowship quartet, Mrs. Fred Ed- son, Mrs. Lee Pratt, Mrs. T. M. Schoeppe and Mrs. Elizabeth Terry, with Mrs. Guy Call as accompanist, sang and led group singing. Ted Schoeppe, M r s. Carrie Thompson and Mrs. Lee Pratt, Mrs. T. M. Mrs. Lee Pratt gave readings in keeping with the Christmas season Bryan Smith, Yamhill county health educator, showed a color and sound film entitled "Holi- day in Japan". Smith also de- livered an electric wall clock, a Christmas gift to the Fellow- Work Smarter WHEN YOU LAUNDER and put away your holiday table cloth, fold it lengthwise, then roll on a large tube to avoid extra creases. You can make ship, from the Pepsi-Cola bot- tier in McMinnville. Afterwards, the quartet went to the convalescent home where they sang Christmas carols. The Dec. 27 program will feature "Home Town Talent" and on Jan. 3 Mrs. Kenneth Knutson will talk on "Func- tions of the Yamhill County Mental Health Advisory Coun- cil of which she is a member. Not Harder HOW DO YOU CLEAN A DOWN COMFORTER? Dry cleaning is usually best. If you take it to the coin-op cleaner be sure to check every seam for broken stitches and a big roller by laying several the fabric for any weakness round cereal boxes end to end, The vigorous action of the then wrap in paper and seal equipment may open up weak with tape. spots. The livestock county exten- sion agent position in Polk coun- ty, presently occupied by John A. Leffel, is being terminated on or before Feb. 1, 1964, ac- cording to N. John Hansen, chairman of the Polk county extension staff. The position is being termi- nated in compliance withbudget cuts resulting from the Oct. 1G referendum vote. Twenty-six extension staff positions are being terminated in the state, according to Gene M. Lear, as- sociate director of the Oregon State University extension ser- vice. Leffel has worked as a live- stock extension agent in Yam- hill and Polk counties. Before joining the extension staff, he was vocational agriculture in- structor at Dayton high school. Significant contributions have been made by Leffel in the de- velopment of strong livestock programs in Polk county, Han- sen said. Leffel has worked closely with Polk county people in developing such programs as Dairy Herd Improvement, beef cattle production management and marketing, production test- ing of swine and sheep improve- ment work with the mid-Wil- lamette Sheep improvement as- sociation. In addition, he has had responsibility for county extension work in farm forestry and farm management. Termination of this position will require reassignment of many of the projects Leffel has worked on and according to Hansen will tmdoubtedly neces- sitate a curtailment of service in some areas, License Examiner Set A Drivers License Examiner will be on duty in McMinnville Friday at the City Hall between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. according to an announcement received from the Department of Motor Vehicles of Oregon. Persons wishing original li- censes or permits to drive are asked to file applications well ahead of the scheduled closing hour GRAND RONDE - The an- nual Grand Ronde Grade School Christmas play was held in the school gymnasium Thursday evening, Dec. 19. "Christmas Comes To Ham- lin", a three-act play present- ed by the students, depicted Christmas in an orphanage. Annual Yule Play Staged QUALITY YOU'LL NEVER FORGET ii mammaom mma= = mi.nmmln SUNSHINE DAIRY 843 -6402 i SUNSHINE MILK YOU NEED A TWISTED STEEL rail gives mute evidence of the tremen- dous heat generated by the burning lumber in the dry kiln at the Berkey Lumber company. The fire was limited to the kiln by Sheridan Volunteer firemen. (Sun Photo 54) 10 amendments to our federal LB PK constitution, all adopted at one time in 1791, specifies in some detail a number of basic civil rights of the individual citizen. Unaltered by subsequent amendments and jealousy guarded by our courts these privileges must still be re- spected by our governingbodies today. Among the most familiar of our constitutional guarantees are those relating to freedom of religion, speech, and of the press. The same article pro-. tects the rights of peaceable assembly and the privilege of petitioning the government for redress of grievances. Another amendment secures our persons, houses, papers and effects against unreason- able searches and seizures, and specifies that no warrants shall issue but upon probable cause, and unless supported by oathor affirmation. The due process of law amendment encompasses not one but several guarantees. Every American is secured against being placed twice in legal jeopardy for the same of- fense, against being compelled to be a witness against him- self in a criminal case and against having his privateprop- erty taken for public use with- out just compensation He is also secured against being held for trial for a cap- ital (death penalty) or other infamous crime, unless upon a presentment or indictment of a grand JUryo And, of cours% no person may be deprived of life, liberty or property with- out orderly court procedures, on due process of law. The right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury, in the locality where the crime was committed, the right to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation, and the rights to compel at- tendance of defense witnesses and to have the assistance of defense counsel in all crim- inal prosecutions are secur- ed by another section of the "Bill of Rights." Excessive bail and fines, and cruel and unusual punishments, are pro- hibited in Amendment VIII. The Tenth Amendment fur- ther emphasizes the basic theory by providing:. "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitu- tion, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively. 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A dry kiln and 50,000 board feet of lumberweredestroyed. (Sun PhotoG2) FROM : Agee's Marketeria Ganl (/, ..! YOUR i. HORECNED /f, LB CAN  S | OO ,,_,. _, ..n.. -- .I ,  :':[::" COCKTAIL "" CANS OREL IDA LAW GRADE A TURKEY LEG --" - OUR BILL OF RIGHTS nn.{' ! I Z On ORE IDA.- . "" wit, Dec. ,, being observed KUAJ,I t, 'LB as "Bill of Rights Day" __"__C throughout theland, manyper- SWEETHEART ,. ,, _ ,,, INSTANT '11  t sons should be thinking about I  what this important "docu- USAE,ES l: I POTATO CHIPS SPUDS ment" means to them. , PK " !;A T h e Amerman Bill of Rlghts" consisting of the first