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Big Sports Night Slated ......... ' Tis a Privilege - - to Live in the Phil Sheridan Country D" ,A,/, Saturday To Boost, AFS Two basketball games, both senior classes, idan High PTO. During this shaping up as humorous af- In the second game, the Fac- visiting period, anyone wish- fairs, will headline a big sports night Saturday to raise funds to help bring a foreign ex= change student to Sheridan High next year. Scheduled to get underway at 6:30 p.m. at the new high school gymnasium, cost for the evening will be 50 cents for adults and high school students and 25 cents for grade school youngsters. Featured in the opening con- test will be an all-girl basket- ball tiff, pitting the sophomore and junior girls against hoop- sters from the freshman and ulty All-Stars will take on a group of student Intramural All- Stars under the coaching gui- dance of Bob Close, head bas- ketball coach at the school. Serving as coach for the fac- ulty will be Bill Teadway, as- sisted by Robert Belieu and Trainer Lester Finkbeiner. Scheduled to serve as waterboy is Superintendent Stephen Sli- vers. Following the two "basket- ball games" there will bea cof- fee hour sponsored by the Sher- Bomb Threat Pair Booted From School By Board, Court Suspends Licenses A pair of 17-year-old Sher- idan High school juniors, who admitted telephoning a bomb threat to the school Dec. 19, lost their drivers' licenses for three months when they appear- ed before Yamhill County Juv- enile Judge R. E. Renne in Mc- Minnvilleo The boys were expelled from school for a two-week period, ending Jan. 20, by the Sheridan School Board at a meetingMon- day night. They also were re- lieved of all school participa- tion privileges and rights for the remainder of the year. During their juvenile hearing before Judge Ran•e, the two boys also were made wards of the court and placed on proba- tion. The stern school board ac- tion came in a split decision at the Monday night session, at- tended by the pair's parents. Board Member Lloyd Palmer proposed the two-week expul- sion and was supported by Fred A. Simonson. Opposing the ac- tion were DeLores Gross and Glen Dickey Jr., bringing the deciding vote by Board Chair- man Art Hebert for a 3-2 de- cision favoring the move. The action came after thorough dis- Cheer Proiect Brings Prize GRAND RONDE - Mrs. Eula Petite's sixth grade won the room prize for the most do- nations in the Grand Ronde PTA annual Christmas Cheer project, Chairman Mrs. Robert Parren revealed recently. Seven families in the area, including 28 children, received boxes of canned goods, fresh fruit, vegetables, toys and gifts. Assisting were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Henry, Mrs. A1 Davis and Mrs. Arthur Sou•as. Spartans Dump cussion of the case by the board with the parents after presenta- tion of details by School Super- intendant Stephen Slivers and High School Principal Ernest Davenport. Stivers pointed out that the threat interrupted the school's routine, affecting the education process for another 260 youngsters. After the call, made by the juvenile pair from aphone booth in Will•mine, the new high school building was searched by Warriors 50-27 In League Go Sheridan jumped to an early lead, then played on a basket- for-basket basis before running away from the Amity Warriors 50-37 in the Spartans first league win in three outings Tuesday night at Sheridan, The win tied Sheridanwith Sherwood and Salem Academy for fifth place in Yaw•me league stand- ings and took the season rec- ord to 3 wins-4 losses. Sheridan took an early 6-0 lead and carried it to a 12-6 margin over the shorter War- riors at the first quarter break. The Spartans could add only a two-point margin to their edge as the teams went to thedress- ing rooms at hal/time with Sher- Idan on the long end of a 22-14 count, Height of the Spartans came more into play in the third quarter and the Sheridan bas- keteers dumped in 21 counters to Amity's 8 and soared to a 43- 22 lead after three quarters. The final margin came about as both teams hit cold shooting streaks, but Sheridan added two points to the margin. Leading the Spartans with 11 points were guard John Evers, followed by Richard Wren with 9 tallies. Evers' running mate at the other guard slot, Joe Brickell, dumped in 8 points. Other Spartan scorers were Ken Plemmons with 7, Dennis Haddon with 4, Bill Chrisman 2, Chuck Cinnamon, 2, Free- man Stutzman, 6, and Ron Reid, 1. Amity was led by Cast,ale with 7 counters and McLaughlin and Olson, each with 6 tallies. Bonn,it and Olsen finished the Amity scoring with 4 pointers each. The loss dropped the visitors to a 0-2 league rec- ord. In an introduction to the var- sity conflict, the Spartan junior varsity dropped the Warrior Juniors 46-33. ing more information on the foreign exchange student pro- gram is urged to inquire. Faculty members slated to "dress down" for their go with the students are Ernest Daven- port, Jim Baltimore, Gary Me- ben, Ken Williams, John Pat- terson, C. Wayne Eshelman, Gary Williams and Carl Jack- son. Students slated to see action are Ed Brown, Allan Brown, Woody Widness, Ken Williams, Dave Ash, Mike Ogden, Dave Hubble, Joe McMahill, Eddie Munson, Larry Eisele, Link Spooner, R a n d y Whitehorn, Steve Summers, Doug Latham and Mike Smith. Officials for the game will be Verne Lochner and Bill Chrisman, varsity ballplayers. No varsity basketball players are permitted to play in this game. Leading the faculty support- ers with their spirited cheer- leading skills will be the fac- ulty yell squad, comprised of Fern Eberhart, Ruby Sharer, Olga Dillin, Ruth Richter and Aurice Wallace. In the girl's hoop outing, a team of seniors and freshmen, including seniors Donna Chap- man, Charlotte MclVlahill, Lin- da Lath•m, Vicky Pap*n, Karin Gordan and Janet Smith and frosh Diane Blanchard, Glynis Dickey, Sylvia Jones, Carmen Sisk, Yvonne Miller and Ver- onica Primo, will take on a Yamhfll ounty deputies, state sophomore-junior tea m of police and Sheridan City Police, hoopsters. Making up the .p- officers. Students were called position will be juniors Diane to a pep assembly in the school auditorium, an area previously searched. The boys weretaken into custody by Sheridan Police Chief Harry Hayes the following day. Parents of one of the Juveniles said they thought the three days the boys spent in Juvenile deten- tion was enoughpunishment,but the board obviously felt this was not the case. Slivers pointed out the pair had committed a serious felony and were pre- vented from going to prison by only one year in their ages. He also stressed the great expense caused by the telephone call by the pair, "who wanted a day off from classes." Davenport, when asked about the boys heo):crd and grades, re- plied they both have been to his office a few times and both had shown some class failures In the past. It was felt that the two week expulsion, withprovisions made for the pair to get needed books and assignments, would be pun- ishment heavily felt by theboys if they are going to make up their already shaky grades by the end of the school semester at the end of this month. Ex- pulsion for a month, which would have resulted in failing grades in all their classes, was dis- cussed, but it was thought that if the pair is going to make up the grades they will be able to do so if they work hard enough "and have what it takes." Ridgeway, Judy Keck, Lorene Stutzman, Delores Belieu, Su- san Thompson and Sandee Lang- ley and sophomores Llnda Denials, Diane Huntley, Judy Nairn, Connie Sisk, Ann Hol- stad and Diane Hays. Sponsoring the evenIng of en- tertainment is the Sheridan High Community Events Calendar FRIDAY, JAN. 10 Phil Sheridan Fellowship. Retail Promotions Commit- tee, Chamber of Commerce, 10:15 a.m., Nice Furniture & Appliance store. MONDAY, JAN. 13 Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, 12 noon, Sheridan care. American Legion Aux. Unit 75, American Legion Post 75. Cub Scout Pack Meeting. Sheridan Artists at Legion Hall. TUESDAY, JAN. 14 Buell Grange. sheridan at Salem Academy, basketball. IOOF. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15 Circle No. 2 will meet with Mrs. Winnie Harrison at 2 p.m. Past Matrons will meet at 6:45 p.m. with Mrs. Jennie Teats for potluck. School Board meeting, Faul- coner school, 8 p.m. Circle No. 3 of Methodist church will meet with Mrs. Bessie Malo, 2:30 p,m, Circle No. 4 of Methodist church will meet with Mrs. Bessie Hipple, 2 p.m. 125 Wat- er street. Circle 1 will meet at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Ellis, 2 p,m, THUR)AY, JAN. 16 Rainbow Girls. FRIDAY, JAN. 17 Sheridan at Phil,math, has- ketball. Phll Sheridan Fellowship. TUESDAY, JAN. 21 Will•,inn at Sheridan, bas- ketball. Vol. 60 - No. 6 THE SHERIDAN SUN, SHERIDAN, OREGON, THURSDAY r JANUARY 9f 1964 6 Pages-10 City Council Hears Planning Report HEALTH CLASSES at Chapman school Wednesday heard Sheriff Hayes talk on fingerprinting and other aspects of criminal student body. W.L. "Bud" Mekkers (right) and Sheridan Police Chief Harry investigation. (Sun Photo 39) Fellowship Due Varied Slate Of Programs Monthly potluck for mem- bers of the Phil Sheridan Fel- lowship, with arts, crafts and games planned, willbe held Fri- day, Jan. 10. January birth- dates of members include Elsie Harder, Ruby Nelson, Iva C1oyd, Sena Kudrna, Tina Olmstead, Clara E11iott, George Gardner, Gladys Yocom, Bell LePage, Bessie Hipple, Lulu Bockes and Constance Lane. They will be honored Friday. Jan. 17 will feature a sack lunch after the arts, crafts and games and a sound and color film on "Fabulous Florida" and "Bush Gardens" will be shown. Fathers Okay Resignation Of Marceaux Wayne LeRoy met with the Sheridan City Council Monday night to report on the activi- ties of the city planning com- mission the past year. He said the commission nam- ed new proposed streets in town, inspected various prop- erty pursuant to the Council issuing building permits; rec- ommended the council adopt a uniform building code, recom- mended enactment of a uniform fee schedule for building per- mits and recommended that a certified building inspector be chosen to inspect all new build- ings and additions to existing buildings. E 1 w in Heilinger, secretary of the commission, attended the League of Oregon Cities convention in the fall. Also the planning commission recommended a zone be chang- ed to permit the Oregon-Wash- ington Telephone company to build a new building on the northwest corner of Harney and Sampson streets. The commission was organ° lzed with LeRoy as chairman to serve a three-year term; John Funk vice-chairman, a four-year term and El•in Heft- inger, secretary, two-year term. Other members are Mrs. Maurice Adamson Wen= dell Heath, James Daeges and Norman Agee. Agee's term is now expiring, so mayor Melvin Agee will appoint a new mem- ber. A letter was read from Coun- cilman John Marceaux tender- ing his resignation as a coun- cilman since he was moving to St. Helens, where he now is employed, The reslgnationwas accepted and the C0tmcil will appoint a new member to the council at the Jan. 20 meeting. A buildingpermit request was granted for the Industrial Man- ufacturing Company to remodel the Houser garage building on East Main Street. The police department was authorized to call for bids on a new police car. A letter was read from Art Hebert, president of the Cham- ber of Commerce, asking co= operation in developing build- ing sites in town for new homes. Mayor Agee will name a com- mittee to work with the Cham= bar of Commerce on the project. i i i i t illUl e I meemnmemmeomem • •eoeememeommmmmee •mmeemo= ••0 wwme* =emcee lem • el • • ••• eaemeaa= •*mmeem• **me *mmmememm•omee•••• emmm••• ••eeemee•, Phil Sheridar, CountrLj weather By MRS. HAROLD FULLER TROPHY WINNERS--Eighth graders at Chapman Grade school Dennis Knowles, Tom Hays, Bob Pomeroy and Gall Reming- returned to school after the holidays and their championship ton. In the front row are Tim Hays, Terry Brown, Jeff Yod- basketball trophy won in the Yamhill County Elementary school er, Lansen Brown, Ross Meyers and Jim Warren. (Sun Photo tournament. With their coach, Rex Brown, the boys are (left 22) to right.hack row) David Baird, Kim Miller, Keith Neely $ I High School Bm'/di00 Top Area Story In 1953 The year 1963 was a hig year for building in Sheridan. the main structure being the new $600,000 high school build- ing. It was occupied in September and dedication ceremonies were. held in December. It replaced 45-year-old building, which was torn down when school was let out early. A new $10,000 play shed also was constructed at Chapman Grade School. Seven new homes were built: two by high school teachers, Mr. and Mrs. John Dillin and Mr and Mrs. William Treadway; also Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lund, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Adamson, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nisly, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Willhite and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rose. The construction of a new service station was started and Mark Smith remodeled his Val- ley Maid Building. The Masonic Building was condemned and the Masons purchased a build- ing across the street, which is now undergoing remodeling pro- cess. More building has been done in Sheridan in the last 2, years, than the ten years pre- ceding. New Mayor In January Robert Cole, who had been appointed to fill the unexpired term of Stanley Ta- tom as mayor of Sheridan, re- tired and Melvin Agee became the new mayor. In June a new $100,000 Memo- rial Arena was started at the Yamhill County fairgrounds in McMinnville. It will be known as the DeLashmutt Memorial Arena, named for a Sheridan man, the late Ellery DeLash- mutt, whose widow Florence still resides here. Sheridan Chamber of Corn  merce, always active in trying to lure new business to town, worked on establishing a new $300,000 veneer plant in Sheri- dan. Another big change during the year was the sale of the She•- dan Sun by Dean and Merna Holmes, who had operated it for 17 years. Purchasers were , Ted Brammer, publisher of th Gate City JOurnal at Nyssa, Ore- gon, and Philip Bladine, pub- lisher of the News-Register in McMinnville. William "B i 1 l" Bladine became the new opera- tor of the Sheridan Sun. Had Bomb Threats Sheridan wasn't left out in tne recent bomb threats. Two high school juniors were arrested fol- lowing a bomb threat Dec. 19 that the new high school would be bombed. Sheridan's newest organiza- tion and the liveliest, the Sen- ior Citizen, observed its first anniversary with a big silver tea in August and held its first fair during the year. Family breakfast sponsored by the PTA of St. Michael's School. Sunday, Jan. 12 - 9 to 12. Ad- ults $I,00, children under 12, S0. NEARLY EVERYONE on the floor was up for this rebound in the Sheridan-Amity basketball game Tuesday night, won by the Spartans 50- L. H. P. Wednesday, Jan. 1 47 51 1.01 Thursday, Jan. 2 32 53 .02 Friday, Jan. 3 32 42 .01 Saturday, Jan. 4 32 48 .27 Sunday, Jan. 5 34 43 .47 Monday, Jan. 6 42 47 1.28 Tuesday, Jan. 7 29 48 .00 • •ieememmmeeeeemememeeommeoemeemmemeeeome • me •in nee •i moo • memo*memo 27. Nine players are visible on this play in a game that was close in the first half. (Stm Photo 53)