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US Plywood Operation ......... ,ri, o Vriv,.g. - __ ". "1 - ,: &apos; i. l I'h" Phi, ASh'rid" S,< Co00.,rr .... .... ...... To Resume Production " = = On Sch edule M o nday Volo 64 - No. 11 THE SHERIDAN SUN, SHERIDAN, OREGON. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1964 8 Fages - 10 t United States Plywood cor- been redesigned tooAfiOently Plywood's other Oregon opera- Spartans Bill Willa "na poration's Willamina plant will and economically process the tions. ..... m a ] reopen Monday, right on raw material available, Stevens The company's facilities in schedulep according to Don announced. Oregon include seven manu- Stevens, operations manager. -The supplyofpublictimber facturing plants, employing In Fridcly Night Coflte$| Completion of the initial available will sustain the op- more than 2,500 people with an "ex. -- phase of a planned $1 million eration for many years. We annual payroll in excess of $15, byle A. modernization program will re- also will be able to utilize far 000,000. W is being sult in the employment of about more of each logJ' Reduction in the work force follow- 100workers. When completed, the Wil- needed in the Willamina op- Hoop Squad Ifl 3rd Place om the Installation of a new eight- lamina operation will employ cse for foot lathe system, new dryers approximately 180 people. This eration came when the decision was made to install a vast cce air and modernization of the log Is somewhat less than when the amount of new automated handling process have been plant closed last year, but machinery. This move will en- trained completed. A modern plywood Stevens indicated the plant will' able the plant toproduce sanded A pair of Yawama league Joe Brickell and Dennis Had- loading lay-up facility is slated for employ more skilled labor than plywood as 70-75 per centofits basketball victories In the last don tallied 14 counters each in ght and operation June 1. before, week have bounced Sheridans the Crusader test to head the fermi- The mill was closed in early "Our annual payroll will be production schedule onanecon- June last year when it became approximately the same. Our omically feasible basis, withSpartanSyamhill-Carlton,int a thlrd-placewith fivetie waYteam.fOr TrailingCach BObat theClse'shalf, apparent that existing equip- production will be 66,000,000 Workmen have been on the games to play. the Sporrans canned 22 points son of ment was inadequate to handle square feet annually figured on job several months installing Playing both games on their in the third panel while hold- ubbard the supply of second growthand a 3/8 inch basisJ' the new equipment and getting home court the Spartans .............. " ................. gradu- smaller timber available to the Producing sheathing and the plant ready for the reopen- dumped last-place Salem Aca- Riding a four-game winning school operation, sanded plywood Wlllamina will ing date and the resumption of demy 55-46 last Friday night streak and tied for third-place The U.S. Plywood plant has augment production at U.S. production, and came back Tuesday night in the Yawamaleaguebasketball " ' to thump another also-ran, standings, Sheridan High's Sp-  : ,::,:,::ii::i:i Philomath, 67-60. The Spar- artans travel to Willamina Fri- ' ..:!i!( tan junior varsity extended its day night to take on the tough, long winning streak with dual fifth-place Bulldogs. iii :i wins over the Crusader juniors In the first "basketball" ile ! and the Philomath jayvees, 47- game between the two squads, 36 and 57-42 in preliminaries Jan. 21 at Sheridan, Willainina to the varsity contests, finished the game with only four ..... ,::::: Led by different segments of players on the floor. The other the lineup in tle two games, seven had been banished on per- " i:: Sheridan roared back from a sonal fouls in a whistle-tooting :: ::: s:z: ,; :i:;" '' two-point, 22-20, half-time de- match won by the host Sporrans, ::: : .... licit against Salem Academy to a 58-49. ': ' big third quarter, then coasted The Sports take to the road 4712 ............................... ' :  .... :: in to win. Against Philomath, again next week when they face ...... the Sparta led all the way at a Tuesday night go with the illmwam, , :: NEAR OVERWHELMING crowd feasted adults and Odldren who paid more than SG00 quarter breaks but gainedonly gamhill-Carlton Tigers, the : Saturday night during the PTA-PTO Chuck for their dinners. The funds will be used a few points in each quarter squad Sheridan is attempting to : Wagon dinner at the high school. Shown is for educational purposes according to Mrs. and never held a safe or corn- replace In third place in the : only a small segment of the more than 600 Ted Richter, general chairman.(Sun Photo77) manding lead. league. On Friday night, Sheri- : dan plays host to the Sherwood PTA-PT0 Feed Bowmen, who have one of their i three league wins racked up against the Sparta. Success" , varsity contests will be : preceded by junior varsity games. .... As 604 Feast ................................. : .......... ing the Crusaders to 11, then : : A highly-successfttl Chuck played on even terms at 13 ii points each in the last quarter : Wagon-style dinner Saturday to overcome a lethargic first night - sponsored Jointly by the half for tl win, Sheridan PTA and PTO - saw Also aiding the Sport caus more than 600 persons served were JohnEvers, with 11 count.., dinner at the high school care- era; Ed Brandt with 6; Verne : torium during the 3-hour event. Loclmer and Ken Plenmoas, According to the general who counted 4 scores  eth; :,:, chairman, Mrs. Ted Richter,  Rich Wren, who compliR this st Chuck Wagon dinner realized approximately $500for the scoring with his 2 points. -':  11 : educational imlrposes, John Evers add RlchWren :; some ftmci to "fill the 1 h'e  for the Sparta , necessary to attract a foreign against Philomath, dumping exchange student to Sheridan through 37 counters between through the American Field them to raise Sheridan's league Service. record to 7 wins-4 losses. Mrs. Richter said volunteer Evers tossed In 20 points dur- ii i help in the serving lines saw ing the evening, as the local : ,, 604 plates filled with a wide basketeers soared to a 33-26 assortment of donated food half-time edge and then played items durlngtheevening.Adults the visiting Warriors to an served totaled 447, while 120 even standoff through the third children under 12 years ate at and fourth panels for the final the school along with 37 pre- seven-point margin. .... iii::: schoolers. The general chair- Brickell was next highest ' .........  . man reported one family came : ': ........ scorer, with 11 points while VALENTINES PLACED - Valentines from a tion which will see shoppers in Sheridan vot- from as far away as Gates for Plemmons marked up 10, Had- Sheridan grade school classroom were placed ing on their favorite valentines inl4dlfferent the dinner and announced the don counted 7 and Brandt tal- In PGEs window this week by Mrs. Wendell business houses. Balloting continues through feed was worth the drive, lied 2. Heath (left) and Mrs. Bruce Williams. Mrs. " Saturday afternoon. (Sun Photo 103) Tables in the cafetorium were With five games in league Heath is chairman of the Valentine promo- decorated with nurnerous potted action still ahead Sheridan is        '   '* plants of pink and blue hyacinths 1 1/'2 games ahead ofWillamina, Stivers Resigns Position Hairstyle Show where the Sparta play their Riverside Greenhouse. next game. But, two of those contests are against the For Research Post At UO By Beauticians Classes Stated HEART FUND DRIVE will open in Sheridan left is Mrs. Tommy Yocom, who is in charge league play, and the Dayton tfl Self Help Monday lnthecontinuingfightagainstheart of the heart-shaped containers in the business Plrates, who have one loss and : == and circulatory diseases, according to Mrs. district and Mrs. Otto Helder drive captain are hot on the heels of Nes- has seen district voters give Set %00uCa. Fred W,rfs (right,, campaign chalrmano At on the south s,de o, tOWno (Sun Photo 104)tucCain the finalin pursUitstandings, of first place ) approval to a $600,000 bond U t, LI  ' issue for the no.-completed Medical Plan Sheridan Girls :' Sheridan High school, In re- Sheridan and Wlllamina signing his post Slivers stated beauty shop operators wfllwind A course in Medical Self- .... ; his appreciation for the oppor- up their National Beauty Salon Help, designed to aid people in tty he has had in working Week activlt,es Saturday night surviving in event ofanuclear Set Exhibition In Sheridan, "a progressive with a hairstyle show at the war or natural disaster, is : ommtmlty with fine teachers Willamlna VFW hall according scheduled to get underway Wed- :, and staff, as well as ,rents to Bea Curry, cha,rman of the nesday, Feb. 19, according to m ^* Mac Fair ..... and youngsters who are vitally week for Beautlcians unit 13. head of the proJect Mrs. Wil- interested in improving their The show will get underway at liam Treadwayo Classes will - schoolsJ' 7 p.m. be held at the Treadway home "My wife and I consider It Twenty-six Sheridan Girl Women from Sheridan and at 815 N.W. Evans street. : the finest three years since we Willamina will be featured as Slated to last a minimum of scouts of the Senior Scout have been ln education ,Stivers models for the new spring hair- four weeks, and possibly longer Troop and the Cadet Troop, said of his tenure in Sheridan. styles to be created at the .Sat- the Medical Self-Help courseis led by Mrs. Clif f Bride and He said he had been blessed urday night show. The chair- being offered weekly on Feb. Mrs. Lawrence Ellis, will take : with stronganddedicatedschool man said that women will be 26, March 4 and March 1L part in anInternationalFestival boards and area residents who called from the audience to have Anyone wishing to attend may set from 2 to 4 Saturday after- have been eager to improve the their hair reoombed to demon- take advantage of the afternoon noon at the 4-H Building in educational facilities and the strate the versatility of thenew sessions - from 1 to 3 p.m.- McMinnville. It is free to the STEPHEN N. STIVERS school curriculum program, styles, or the evening instruction per- public. 8flyers obtained his master's The Sheridan Scouts willper- d k iOdS - from 7 to 9 p.m. A Intention of Sheridan School degree at theUnlversityofOre- Colen or Wor new, in-depth progra the form a Swedish Folk Dance Superintendent Stephen N. Stl- gon in 1958 after working sev- tomtea course Is designed ch number. Some of the girls, vers to resign his post at the eral years following receipt of All those who have not been family members how tosurvive who play musical instruments, end of the school year was an- his bachelor of history degree contacted and are interested In and meet their health needs in will provide music for the nounced last'Thursday night at at the Eugene school in 1950. having names and anniversaries the event they are deprived of others to dance. All will be a school budget meeting. Prior to coming to Sheridan, listed (m the Sheridan High a physician s services, in native Swedish costumes, i Silvers has announced hewlll the superintendent served three School Community Birthday Mrs. Treadway is taking in- which they have helped to make. take a position as research years as principal at Moro Calendar please call Wilton structors training courses The White Cloud Districtwill : assistant to Dr. Keith Gold- be representing Scandinavian " Grade school and one year at Nisly at 843-3222 or Gladys which will qualify her to teach countries at the festival. Other hammer professorofeducation Cascade Locks as superinten- Yocom at 843-6723 before Feb. ii at the University of Oregon dent p vaL  Continued on Page 2 and will work toward obtaining .... :prino?.p-.,: .................... : .............................................................. Sheridan Girl Scout Troops will have a booth at the festival. ': his doctorate degree in educa- tion. The new post for the Phil Sheridarl C0untry Weather The Swedish dancing group will Sheridan admlnistrativeollal also sponsor a display booth of / will cover two years, although their Scandinavian Christmas it will take him less time to by MRS. HAROLD FULLER display.  complete his degree work Sti- On Feb. 29, the International vers reported. He said he has Festlval will be held at the L. I-l, P. L. II. P. 4-H building on the state fair no plans at the present for Wednesdays Jan. 29 41 53 .48 Wednesday, Feb. 5 30 50 .00 grounds in the 4-H building in future work after the two year Thursday, Jan. 30 30 49 .03 Thursday, Feb. 6 24 54 .00 Salem from U a,m. to 8:30 tenure in Eugene. Friday. Jam 31 45 53 .27 Friday, Feb. '7 23 52 .00 p.m. There will be a charge During his three years as Saturday, Feb. 1 35 52 .12 Saturday, Feb. 8 26 50 .00 for adults the proceeds to go superintendent over 8heridans Sunday, Feb. 2 28 52 .00 Sunday, Feb. 9 28 51 .00 to establish and equip Girl Scout growing school system Silvers Monday, Feb. 3 29 44 .00 Monday, Feb. i0 36 52 .2 camps in the district. I ' = "" | Tuesday,, Feb. 4 32 47 .01 Tuesday, Feb. 11 38 50 .03 March will be a busy month PUBLIC NOTICE I :or Gr] Scout n Seridan. Low for the month of January 1964 was 29 degrees, recorded A breakfast and church ser- ' Rebekah turkey dtnner, t. on, the 7th and 12th. The high temperature of 60 degrees Was vice together willbe held March WARMING UP for their appearance at the present dances from Sweden during the 2-4 Feb, 22 IOOF hall. 5-8 p.m. enjoyed on the 26th. 42.2 degrees was the mean temperature. 8; a Father-Daughter banquet White Cloud district Girl Scout International p.m. Saturday event at the 4-H building on AdUlts $1.25, children to 12 There were 24 cloudy and seven partly cloudy days, during will be held the 14th and the Fair are these Sheridan Girl Scouts. Dressed the county fairgrounds In McMinnville. (Stm yrs. 75  pre-schoolers, free. which II.61 Inches of rain fell annual cookie sale is slated, in Scandinavian costumes the girls will Photo 108)