Newspaper Archive of
The Sun Paper
Sheridan , Oregon
Lyft
December 26, 1963     The Sun Paper
PAGE 4     (4 of 6 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 4     (4 of 6 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 26, 1963
 

Newspaper Archive of The Sun Paper produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




4 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, December 26, 1963 A NEW SERVICE STATION, rising over the old building, is under construction at MoPs Flying A Service at 305 S. Bridge street. The new 2 Courses Due On TV Two s p e c i a 1 non-credit courses will be offered with the regular winter term pro- gramming of college classes on Oregon's educational television network, KOAC-TV, Corvallis, and KOAP-TV, Portland (Chan- nels 7 and 10). "What Is the Law?" and "Al- cohol and Human Affairs" will begin the week of January 6-10, as will regular academic cours- es in the College of the Air series. "What Is the Law?" is a tel- evision adaptation of an evening course, "Law for Laymen", which has been offered in past years through the Division of Continuing Education on the Un- iversity of Oreon camnus. The hail-hour programs will be presented each Thursday evening, beginning Jan. 9, from 7:30-8:00 p.m., and will in= clude discussion by various Oregon attorneys of legal prob- lems most commonly encount- ered by the public. Coordinat- or is David N. Andrews, a Eu- gene lawyer. Another half-hour show, "Al- cohol and Human Affairs," will begin on Monday, Jan. 6, and will examine problems related to the use and abuse of bever- age alcohol. Instructor will be Dr. W. Kenneth Ferrier, direc- tor of education for the alcohol building will be built and then the old one will studies and rehabilitation sec- be torn out. (Sun Photo 36) tion of the state mental health McKibben Building New ' o,v,.,o.. Dance Legion Slates Annual Service Station Over Old Gala annual American Legion Muslcby the Floyd Rosen- New Year's EveDanceis sched- balm band will be featured at uied for 9 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. the festive New Year's eve Construction of a new ser- vice station building, built of pre-fabricated metal sections around and over the present building, is resuming at Mel's Flying A Service at 305 S. Bridge Street. According to Mel McKibben, owner of the station, construc- tion was halted when a main support beam for the new, mod- ern station turned out to be the wrong size and had to be re- ordered. The correct beam was received earlier this week. McKibben said the new and larger structure, featuring fUnctional beauty, including a large canopy extending over the gasoline pumps, is designed to be constructed around the present building. When con- struction is far enough along, he said, the old building will be town down. McKibben said he plans to remain open during the entire construction opera- tion. Featuring a 48-foot front, the new service station will be 40-feet in depth, substanti- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIlUlIIIIIIIIIilIIIII A00ION F00RS McCULLOCH MAC 15 Th, ,., low priced high performance chain uw ally larger than the service station's present area, he said. Tentative plans call for brick facing on the new quarters. McKlbben has operated th Bridge street station approx- imately two and one-half years after 20 years of logging and operation of a small farm near Sheridan. Past Matrons Elect Leaders At Yule Party Mrs. Harry Hayes was elec- ted president of the Sheridan Past Matrons club for the com- ing year and Mrs. Adolph Sund- red was elected secretary- treasurer to serve with her. They were elected at the club's annual Christmas party anddin- ner Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Roy Wakefield, with Mrs. Clifford Coon as co- hostess. Names had been drawn for the annual gift exchange. January meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Bert Teats, with Mrs. Robert Guttry as co- hostess. Present Wednesday evening were Mrs. Lillian Smith, Mrs. Adolph Sundred, Mrs. Clarence Park, Mrs. taVern Holman, Mrs. Harold Ladd, Mrs. Eu- gene Thompson, Mr s. Frank Downing, Mrs. Harry Hayes, , Mrs. Bert Teats, Mrs. Mark O'Dell, Mrs. Cecil Harrison, Mrs. Bert Robertson and Mrs.  Fred Spooner. Mrs. Gust Gus- tafsnn, worthy matron of Sher- idan chapter 89, OES, was a i " guest of the club and present-  ed with a gift. . T000: pn o;rr a tlWanM Here'; your "best buy" in an economy saw that's fast end dependable on even the toughest cutting jobs. Full-sized 16" bar, famous McCUlloch super Pintail chain as well as host of other features make the McCulloch MAC 15 the natural choice for cutting firewood or fenceposts, clearing campsitm or pruning trees. It will be your choice too, when Only ou so, it. ,== u'*'."= Tele. r/6.3535 Newest kinds of home build- ing supplies and other mater- ials, which shortly will be of- fared in Sheridan by J. W. Cope-. land Yards, will be shown at the annual meeting of Copeland managers in Portland, Jan. 9, 10, 11. J. D. Ash, Sheridan mana- ger, who will attend, said this year's meeting will be in Port- land's new 24-,story Hilton ho- tel. The session is expected to attract nearly 70 managers and wlves. Copeland has 72 out- lets in Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho and Nevada. The meeting will feature a home building show. More than 40 booths will display the latest equipment in the big ballroom. 31, at the Sheridan American event, with dancing scheduled Legion hall, according toDance until 1 a.m. Jan. 1. Chairman Dave Yoder and The co-chairmen said hats Wirier Melonuk. Tickets, at $1 and noisemakers, to celebrate per person, are available from the arrival of 1964, will be any Legion Sheridan Legion post distributed at the door. member. TAKING A BREAK to eat their dinner during the Dec. 12 Wll- lamina High School Lad and Dad Football banquet was this group of Willamina High girls. They were among the group which served dinner to the nearly 400 persons attending the Scouts Sell FINISIIING DECORATIONS on the giant Christmas tree, which dominated the center of the floor at the Saturday night Junior- Senior Prom at Sheridan High are Linda Britt (left)and Trees For Fund _._..nwx'-q CHAIN The show will be open to the public on Thursday night, Jan. 9. Bm the aaw anvr Feature speaker at some of Scout fund. the sessions will be Herbert Don Stuck's troopforthesec- A . ond year had a Joint project Richheimer of Home Improve with Troop 229 of Portland in men, Marketing Consultants, INinimHimNmNlaMMIN Inc., New York. selling, mistletoe. Sheridan ,,,,,.,,,,,,.,.,,.,,,.,=,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,..,,,.,,,,,,,...,..., Scouts, accompanied byseveral INSURANCE PROBLEMS.e fathers, gathered two truck loads of mistletoe, sacked it and Portland Scouts sold the 1200 We Can Help You With Them bags. Imnmiinnaiiiiaii Comprehensive- Life- Fire- Automobile New & Used Health & Accident Insurance GLASS SACKETT & WRIGHT Insurance Jobs A Specialty Mishler Wreckers INSURANCE Wo.=c. Bridge 142 S. BRIDGE 843-4712 Willamina 876-2432 IIIIIliilllOIII Funds for activities of Boy Scout Troop 262 for years have been raised by selling Christ- mas trees. This year the trees were al- ready cut for the Scouts and pro- vided by Crown Zellerbach and the Bureau of Land Manage- melt. Scoutmaster and his Wife, Mr. and Mrs. Don Cooley, helped with providing holly and a number of wreaths to swell iiiii(iili!iiiiiiiii!!ii!ii!!i!!!ii banquet event to see Willamina football players receive awards and to hear former Notre Dame Football Coach Frank Leahy speak. (Sun Photo 37) ml Sheridan OES Holiday Part U Sheridan Eastern Star Chap- treasury. A letter was read from the administrator of the Masonic- Eastern Star Home at Forest Grove thanking the chapter for the canned goods and Christmas gifts delivered earlier in the month to,he home. Mrs. Eugene McKinley reported on the social club's recent Christmas sale, which was most successful with only a couple of Christmas trees being left over. ter 89, OES met for a regular session Monday night in the IOOF hall and held the Christ- mas party. This year instead of having a gift exchange the 16 members present put gift money in an envelope and put it on the decorated Christ- mas tree. Mrs. Charles Stand- ard and Mrs. Harry Hayes counted it afterwards and $30.50 was realized for the Chapter 51.50 $1.5051.5051.5051.5051.50 $1.50 $1.5051.50 $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 51.50 Sl 50 PRESSING =,,0 51.50 51.50 $1.50 " $1.50 51.50 $1.50l $1.50 WITH EACH LOAD OF $1.50 $1.5o DRY CLEANING in $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 COIN- OP- DE PT. $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 USE AS A COUPON- $1.50 $1.50 GOOD UNTIL JAN. 15th $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 The Valle U Cleaners ,,.,o $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 ,$1"50 $1.5051.5051.5051.5051.5051.5051.5051.50 $1.50 County Tops Blood Quota new ( its am at the Mrs. as pr vice-p Frankl treasu led in Elg cludin I Reis, Kennel Ottele Ellis' her of A Chr: a myst were 1 I Afterw i ed wltl i high s( I ler, th !Roscoe prize. Mrs. the Jan Mrs, Tuesds and s vlsitinl City an Marilyn Bride. The white-flocked tree nearly reached the ceiling. Junior Donna Sloan was elected prom queen. (Sun Photo 49) FARM EVENTS YAMHILL COUNTY FARM CALENDAR Dec. 26 - Livestock Association meeting, Fair building, Mc- Minnville, 8:00 p.m. Dec. 27 Tour on Manure Disposal Systems for Dairies, starts at Fair building, McMinnville, h00 p.m. Jan. 7 - Experienced 4-H Food Preparation Leader train- ing, Fair building, McMinnville, 10:00-2:30 p.m. Jan. 9 - First Year 4-H Food Preparation Leader training, Fair building, McMinnville, 10:30 p.m. Jan. 9 - Discussion Cost of Producing Milk, Fair building, McMianville, h00 p.m. Jan. 13 Home Extension Health & Safety, Fair building, McMimwille, 1:30 p.m. Jan. 16 - Know Your Sewing Machine training, Fair building, McMinnville, 10:00-2:30 p.m. Jan. 18 - 4-H Leaders' banquet, Memorial School cafeteria, 7:00 p.m. Jan. 23 - Discussion Dairy Feeding, Fair building, McMinn- villa, 1:00 p.m. Mrs, erly el to Jac( Nov. 2 home bride's The be, ley Me ago on he tric Boy S I the riv ! Gues i dinner iof Mr. i and Liz i and his i abeth, i Pat Ne Menefe, and M and thr Day gue sister, Sanders Corneli ton. Dean sold the I an insuz ! two we last Tuc lnation ,' !on Frid health Mr. lend daut manta, ( I oil Harr a week Gary l Mr, | and daut bay wit] Mrs. D.' Jan. 28 - Farm Forestry Meeting, Mayflower Farms Aud., 2720 SW 6th Ave,, Portland, Oregon, 9:00 a.m. Jan. 30 - Longer Life for Rugs and Upholstery- Project Training, Fair building, McMinnville, 10:00 a.m. Haroh Ross anj to Kel bay witl Mrs. Fr er, Mr. and son., Jan. 31 - Longer Life for Rugs and Upholstery- Project igroup , Training, Fair building, McMinnville, 10:00 a.m. ,  Mr. a and dau for Chr home of O'Brien 4-H00 ,.p,, Hew Some 194 McMinnville res- idents turned out at the final Red Cross blood drawing of the year Tuesday and pushed Yam- hill County over its establish- ed quota for thefourthconsecu- rive year, according to Gale Vinton, chairman of Yamhill County chapter of the Amer- ican Red Cross. Vinton said 162 of the 194who turned out were accepted as donors. @ Tuesday's drawing pushed Yamhill county 12 pints over its 1963 quota of 1,260 pints, Vinton said. ,, DR. VICTOR E. JOHNSON Chiropractic Physician HOURS: 9-6:00 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY g.12 THURSDAY & SATURDAY GENERAL PRACTICE. LAB & X.RAY 876-3302 188 S. MAIN-WIMN 1 lock South of Bridge New Year We hope, too, Ihat we may play a part in helping you t6 make it a prosperous one. Legal Holiday, NEW YEAR'S DAY, Jan. le ALL ACCOUNTS INSUltED ?O II0,000 WILLAMINA BRANCH LINCOLN BANK OF TAFT, OREGON