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4 The,hor,0ao,,00,,her,0,,o, CHAPMAN SCHOOL NEWS Mrs. Frank's fourth grade class is making a mural about important events in Oregon his- tory. The class has made snow- flakes in art class. Mrs. Elizabeth MendenhaH of Willamina is substituting for Mrs. Frack during her illness. Mrs. Matthews' first grade has finished the pre-primer level in reading. The class is now doing extra reading for enjoyment. Chery Hyatt's group is ready to read "Round the Green IKlls." The best writing records go to Sue LeRoy and Judy Dfllin, M r s* Schroeder's second grade is learning about dif- ferent kinds of weather for science and has made aweather chart and pictures. Edward Kimsey and his moth- er have gone to Germany to he with Edward's father, who is on duty with the Army there. Karen Wilson, who has been ill, is back in school for part of the day. A CONTINGENT of high school faculty women led cheers for their faculty team during a game against students at the AFS sports night Saturday. (Sun Photo 69) A Mr. Shenk's fifth grade class has a new student from Ger- vais, Glenn Evenhus. There are now 27 students in the room. Duane Wilson received a squir- rel monkey for Christmas. The class is learninglongdi- vision with a two-place divisor, A MISSED BALL on a jump saw the girls and the ball hanging in mid-air. (Sun Photo 21) k A TWISTED KNEE brought stretcher transportation for Diane Ridgeway, junior girl playing in the all-girl bsketball game. t (Sun Photo 46) GOING HIGH for a rebound is a student player as faculty mem- bers in their strange uniforms are caught flat-footed. (Sun Photo 66)  , , A LONG one- handed shot is put up by one of the girls in the all-female basketball game that sawthejuniors and sophomores defeat the freshmen and seniors. (Sun Photo 38) A JUMP ball resulted from this tie-up during the student-faculty game, between a shabbily-attired faculty squad and a well-dressed student team. (Sun Photo 67) /!ii SHERIDAN BRIIF8 Relatives from this area at- tending the double funeral Sat- urday morning in Eugene of James Thomas Reed, 21, and his sister, Patricia (Patty) Reed, 18, who lost their lives in a drowning aCcidentnear Eu- gene, included Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tilden, Claude Tilden, Doris Blaine, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mendenhall, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lux, Mrs. Pete Lux and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Remington, who were accompanied by Mrs. Bud Mekkers and Mrs. Skip Emerson and niece from Mc- Minnville. Interment was in a new cemetery near Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Chris- man and sons, Terry and Bill, spent Sunday in Albany visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hir- ons and family, and attended the christening in the Catholic Church of little Debra Jo. The Hirons have another daughter, Vlckie, a year old. Other rel- atives attending included Mr. and Mrs. Norval Hirons and Nancy, Nancy's fiance, a foreign exchange student from Chile and Mrs. Tena Thomas, all of Sa- lem. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mekkers and children of McMinnville were Stmday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. Walt Remington and sons. Mrs. Corrine Ehnes is visit- ing relatives in California for several weeks. Mr. Beird's sixth grade is studying about simple ma- chines. For arithmetic, stu- dents are studying about unlike fraetions. Susan Willard, one of the students, went on a trip to the state of Georgia and had a nice time during vacation. Steven Bennett is a new stu- dent from Amity. He arrived Jan. 3. M r s. Gould's sixth grade class made ceramics for their parents for Christmas. All the class took part in making Christmas posters. In theronm there were two Christmas trees. At the Christmas party the class honored the room mothers with a program. After the program was given the gifts were opened. Mrs. Fost of McMinnville substituted on the second and third of January for Mrs. Gould who was ill, In social studies the class is beginning the study of South America. In Mrs. Majors' third grade Robert Rosenbalm's group made the snowiqakes to decor.. ate the front bulletin board. All the groups have been re- viewing their school work since returning to school. The child- ren are going to rebuild "Sweet Stuff", the lpier-mach@ horse that was used as a Christmas pinata. M r s. Henthorn's seventh grade class lost Bill Buck and gained a new girl, Sharyl Even- hus. Bill moved to Newherg and Sharyl is from Gervais. In reading the students have started a new reader - "Read. ing Literature." As they read a new story or poem, theydraw pictures of the animal the story or poem is about Afterwards they will make folders for the pictures. The students in Mr. Rose's seventh grade Classes are starting a new unit in social studies about Europe. The music classes this week had a film about sound and mus- ical tone, The seventh grade Spanish classes are expecting Father Gerald Papua, C.S.C., Wednes- day to show slides of his mis- sion work in Santlago Chile. Father Papen is an tmcte of MarJorie Papen. Someone f r o m the county sheriff's office wHI be here Wednesday afternoon to showto the girls' health classes, fourth through eighth grades how to pick up finger prints and how they are different, ere. In Mr. Stubbs" eighth grade socisl studies ciassthestudents have been studying the history of how the United States grew. Travis Stanley moved to Es- tcada over Christmas vaca- tion. In English the class is learn- ing how to outline for a report. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schatz and daughter, Edna, is Mrs. Schatz's brother, Ted Bender of Menno, S.D. He also has been to Portland to visit his son, LeRoy Bender. Miss Maggie McIntyre is now making her home in Salem at the Methodist Home. Her ad- dress is 1625 N.E. Center street. Mr, and Mrs. Don Cooley took their three sons, Kevin, Harry and Bill, to Camp Meri- weather for the weekend where they occupied one of the staff cabins at the Boy Scout camp. They enjoyed the beach where they found two floats, star fish and three foreign bottles, one Japanese. Mrs. Ed Wilson and Mrs. Matt Krauthoefer Jr. were hostesses for Russell Shenk's fifth grade mothers for the annual Mothers Tea on Thurs- day after school at Chapman Grade school Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flatau spent Sunday atRoseburgwhere they visited Mrs. Flatau's sister - in - law, Mrs. Marge Phillips Scott, who has been ill for several months. They also visited a nepliew Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips':Jr* and family while there, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Markee of Salem are the parents of an 8 lb. 3 oz. daughter, MicheUe Ranee, horn Jan. 9 at the Gen- eral Hospital in McMinnville. She is the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Markee of Sheridan and the sixth grand child for Mrs. Lois Chamber- lain of Sheridan. Mrs. Markee and Michelle went home to Sa- lem on Monday and Mrs. Cham- berlain is staying with them. Mrs. Don Cooley's two Cub Scout Dens met last week, Den 4 on Tuesday and Den 8 on Thursday. During national fire prevention week, the Cubs worked on a color wheel, prac- ticed a fire drill and played a game called "fire-fire". Mr. and Mrs. Enos Schrock, Doris and Norma and Mrs. D.F. Shenk were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Vera Schrock and family of Salem. Miss Kathy Stoner of Nampa, Idaho was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swart- zentruber and Jeffrey. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mishler, Susan and Carolyn of LaPaz, Mexico and Mr. and Mrs. BOb Swartzentruber and Jeffrey were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Miller and family. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mishler of LaPaz, Mexico were Thursday overnight guests of his brother, Mr, and Mrs. Ray Mishler. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Shenk of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. John Yoder and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tohe Yoder. Mr. Brown's eighth grade science classes have been studying the layers of the earth and how they are changing, Every student is preparing a notebook on the Subject, The classes have seen a few films on minerals, In English, the classes are performing plays. The' stu- dents also are making reports and outlines for English class. .Extension Group Sets Japan As .Topic Mr. and Mrs. Roman Yoder and family were Senday dinner guests of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Avon Kaufman of Can- by. Lisa Yoder returned home with her parents after spending the week at the home of the Katffman's. Sunday dinner guests of the Carl Yeder family were Mrs. Louis Swartzentruber and Alice, Nancy Thayer and Gary Yoder. Mrs. Corn Wagler ac- companied her son, Mr. and Mrs. MennoWagler of Portland, Sheridan Home EXtensiorl tin- to Pacific City on Monday. it will hold Rs Jml, 23 meeting at the home of Mrs. Mark Smith starting at 10.30 a,me Visiting at the John Weaver The topic will be Japml by the home in Toledo Wednesday were ACWW chairman, Mrs.William Mrs. Cora Wagler of erida% TreadWayo Jape.nese foods will Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bonds be a feature of the noon pot- Mrs. IYanHershbergerandMrs* luck. Dorothy Zunrcher of Hubbard. t