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m==.._ Committees Working On Sherz'dan's Annual FFA Awards Banquet Committee chairmen for the chairman of the banquet is-Dan atlons and seating; Bruce Big- chapter consists of 21 morn- Watkins, Donald Stevens and a successful establishment In Among other activities of the tional Livestock exposition. annual Awards Banquet spon- Tibhets, vice-president of the elow, FFA Sweetheart Selec- bern this year. Along with the Terry Glazebrook. The chapter an agricultural occupation. FFA' are representation at the Summer activities which get sored by Sheridan High school local chapter. Chapter Pres- tion; Ross Meyers, invitations; committee chairman, members advisor pointed out that the At the annual Parent and state convention, slated this chapter attention are a sum- chapter of Future Farmers of ident Garfield Firniesz is hand- Ray Palmer, Serving and Food; include Steve Crowe, WillieEv. purpose of FFA is to conduct Son banquet, awards are pre- month in Band, attendance by mer camping trip at the end America are busy makingplans ling program arrangements, and Jim Baltimore, Awards. era, Tom Aaron, Gary Barker, activities designed to help de- sented for projects and lead- two chapter members at the of school, participation of mem. for the event Thursday, March according to Jim Baltimore, Tibhetts also is chairman of Dan Gurr, Broderick Herber, velop leadership, good citizen- ership, new officers are in- national convention, the annual bern in the county fair and the 24, at 7 p.mo in the high school chapter advisor, the committee on Honorary Ernte Hill, Sam London, Den- ship and to stimulate the stu= stalled the chapter's sweet- public speaking contest, thesotl state fair and the construction nafetorium. Other committee chairmen Members. nis Nickerson,Gary Pelky, John dents to better achievement in heart is crowned and new hen- Judging contest and assistingas of a float on agriculture for the Heading efforts as general are John Cruickshank decor- Baltimore said the local FFA Ridgeway, Bob Tish, Larry their studies and work toward orary members are installed, guides at the Pacific interna- Phil Sheridan Days parade. I See The District Wrestling Tournament Saturday At Willamina Vol.'67-No. 15 I THE SHERIDAN SUN, SHERIDAN. OREGON. THURSDAYt MARCH 3! 1966 See The District Wrestling Tournament Saturday At Willemina I I • 6 Paes-10€ District Wrestling Meet Set Saturday A t Willa m ina Yawama League wrestling champions, the Willamina Bulldogs will host the district 2, A-2 wrestling tournament all-day Saturday at Willamina High school. According to Head Wrestling Coach Ban Gehlen at the Bulldog institution, all schools in the Yawama league will be represented on the mats during the big event. First two rounds of the wrestling tourney will get underway at 10 a.m., when grapplers of all sizes and weights take to the mats. Besides the Bulldogs, schools sending wres- tiers to the meet are Sheridan, Nestucca, Phllomath, Amity, Sherwood, Dayton, Banks and Yamhill. Gehlen pointed out that consolation matches are slated for 7 p.m. after the preliminary events to narrow the field, He said the finals are scheduled to get underway at 8 p.m. The Willamina mentor said first and second place finishers in the district matches will go on to the state A-2 Wrestling tournament Friday and Saturday, March 11 and 12, at Oregon State University in Corvallis. Willamlna captured the league championship by defeating Phllomath and the Bulldog mat crew is ranked third in the state A-2 ratings. They also were league champions last year. Gehlen urged area residents to turn out for the big wrestling show and support their favorite team and individuals. He reminded area fans that some of the finest high school wrestlers in the state will he performing in the tournament. INFORMATION on wills, trusts and inherl- tances was presented to the Phil Sheridan Fellowship, senior citizens group, at their last Friday meeting by J. P. Craven, trust of- ricer with the U.S. National Bank. A large number of members kept the speaker busy with questions after his talk. Sun Photo ii15) New Apartment Complex Near Completion GRAND RONDE -- A promi- nent Valley Junction 4-H lead- er has been selected as one of lJQm w m n wi m el w m mJm ammm m s w m fwlo lw m Im Ill @'ml @ | m. I U W UI IWIB BWWOWllmlW FRIDAY, March 4 Phll Sheridan Fellowship for Senior Citizens. SATURDAY, March 5 District Wrestling Tourna- ment, Willamina High school. Spadans Drop Final Game, Chamber Meets .o.o.., March'7 Chamber of Commerce, Gain Praise For Efforts Monday Noon Sheridan Chamber of Com- merce meeting will be heldnext Monday noon at the Sheridan Care, according to Boyd Thom- as, president. At the last chamber meeting, YamhiU County Assessor Hew Kraft spoke and answered clues- tions on the proposed 1 1/2 per cent tax limitation. Local Teacher WEDNF.,SDAY March 9 Rotary, Noon. Circle 3, Methodist Church 2:30 p.m. at home of Mrs. Fanny Sackett, Ft. Hill Extension. Fendall Extension. Grand Ronde Home Exten- sion. THURSDAY March 10 Sheridan Womens Study Club, meet with Mrs. GI1 Ogden, 408 SE Sheridan Road, 2 p.m. Free Methodist WMS. Grand Rends Woman*s Club. Pop Concert, Willamina High school. FRIDAY. March II Phll gheridan Fellowship for Senior Citizens. State Wrestling Tournament, Corvallis. Wfllamina WCS. Sherldan's Spartans dropped a final round 70-57 Yawama League basketball game to league champion Nestucca Fri- day night, but the local ban= keteers came up champions as far as Head Coach Gary How- ard is concerned. The Sparta finished in sixth place in the league standings with a 5-11 record, but How- ard pointed out his squad had been picked for the Yawama basement during a pre-season survey. Nestueca showed their ob- Vious superiority in the con- test, played at Clovardale, as 14 Bobcats tossed in counters. Ken Berkey led Sheridan of- fensive efforts with 13 points/ but the Spartans trailed throughout the game. Playing their final basket- ball game in the blue and gold were seniors Dave Bauman, wRh 12 points, and Bill Chris- man, with 9 tallies. Howard praised his haske- teers for their efforts through A four-plex apartment corn- Other features of the apart- plex is rapidly nearing corn- ment include showers, floors pletion in Sheridan to help re- that don*t extend through to the lieve ome of the city's heus- next apartment and heavy wall ing shortages. The four-plex and ceiling insulation. is located on Northwest Yam- Mr. and Mrs. Slusber said hill street, the front of the apartment corn- Owned by Mr. and Mrs. plex will be landscaped without James W. Slusher of Me- use of a lawn. The backs have Minnvflle, the apartments are small patio faciUttes andautil- the first new rental housing ity room is being constructed facilities built In the commun- behind the structure for the Joint ity in several years, use of all tenants. Building contractor is Walt The owners said future plans Remington, Sheridan bulider, ca]] for construction of another who Is being assisted by Alien apartment setup toward Sber- Brown. man street ff acceptance is Two of the apartments are good on these initial units. the same size, with about 900 square feet of floor space. An- other Is large, while the fourth MOD Drive is a little smaller. All feat- ure two bedrooms. New refrigerators and ranges Total $462 are being Installed In the apart- ments this week, along with In Sheridan total electric units will rent for about $90, With the largest one a big higher. March of Dimes campaign in Booster Group $500 goal established for the community, according to a fin- Sets All Sport al report on the effort . " A total of $462.98 was net- ted through contributions sent m in, containers around town and Dinner April " Mothers March. 'lLswas * ..... J n=r 00 more ttan was netted :in the 1965 MOD drive in the area. The Mothers March this year Progress reports on the up- resulted in $268.28 being added coming All-Sports Banquet will be heard at the next meeting of to March of Dhues coffers to the Sheridan Booster club continue the fight with research against birth defects. March- Thursday night, March 24, at lng Mothers collected only$115 the high school. Plans were started at the In their 1965 effort°  1966 last Booster meeting for the total more than made up the in- banquet to boost the Sheridan crease in the area MOD effort between the two years. school system*s athletic pro- the "sometimes lon # season, saying he felt they all gave at least 100 per cent and even more at times. In the Junior varsityprellmi- nary, Nestucca whopped the Sheridan Juniors 75-33, as su- perior :height prevailed before the home crowd. Howard already is making plane for the next Yawama lms- ketball campaign, figuring he will have some improved bas- ketball players returning when the new season opens. SHERIDAN (57): Chris,an 9; Bauman 12; Perry 8; Barkey 13; Miller 3; Elsele 6; Neely 3; Marion . NESTUCCA (70): Williams 24; Kelow 4; Idell 6; Dick- man 8; Cotton 4; Ruff 4; Can- non 2; McConkey 2; Yocom 2; Anderson 1; Plaskar 2; Schrock 2; Murrow 7; Wharton 2. Sheridan 10 8 16 23--57 Nestucca 14 17 23 16--70 Seeks, Position Announcing her candldacyfor director of District 2 of the Department of Classroom Teachers of the Oregon Educa- tion association is Mrs. Fran- cis Bradley, special education teacher in the Sheridan school system. Mrs. Bradley has taught for more than 20 years, has been a Department of Classroom teachers representative for four years and also has served as an officer in the Yamhiil Education association. FINAL TOUCHESononeoffourapartments to-wall carpeting andelectricheating. The gram particlpetion. Students Set nearing completion on Northwest Yamhfll Slushers may build another apartment complex Guest speaker at the ban- street in Sheridan are applied by owners in the future ff this four-plax goes well. (un quet will be Paul Durham, Lin= Mr. and Mrs. James W. Slusher. The apart- Photo 1116)  field college athletic director ments will feature built-in appliances, wall= andceremoniesfOOtball willc°ach'be Master OfKen Wfl- P0rttand Music ,,,, ' llams. Area 4- H Leader Slected Tax Assistance highTUesdayTheschoolbanquethight'cefetorium.Aprllis slated for5, inTlc. " Event Saturdag Oregon Delegate To Meet Due From State kets are $1.50. Booster Club President Ken Knutson said all Preparation recital fear this parents of boys and girls in the Saturday, s District rff Solo and high school athletic program are urged to attend as well as Ensemble contest at Portland State college featured seven 16 Oregon delegates during the Assistance in preparingOre- anyone else interested in high soloists and rive groups last first Western Regional 4-H gon state income tax returns school athletics. Leader forum next Sunday will be given by State Tax At the last Booster meeting, Wednesday night at Sheridan through Thursday in Pacific Commission personnel at the Buck Stubbs,Juniorvarsitybes- High school. Grove, Calif. Yamhill County Courthouse in ketbull coach, reviewed hl.s According to Robert Belteu, Mrs. Elmer Werth has an- McMlnnville on March 10, 17 team*s season and had some of high school music director, C mm ityE 0 un vents nounced plans to leave for the and 24 from 9:.15 a.m. to 4p.m. his boys perform offensive pat- soloists, their instrument and conference on Saturday. She has - Taxpayers wishinghelplnfil., terns. He pointed out that their class were: been active in area 4-H work ing their returns are asked to several players were good vat- Hetty Manary, Trombone, for several years, bring earnings slips and other sity material for next year. 13th; Judy Sioan, soprano solo This is the first time the Information needed to deter- Rex Brown and Robert Brock- and flute, llth; Janlce Crocker, National 4-H Club Foundation mine the correct tax,including, man, Chapman Grade school trombone, 10th; Georgia KOl- has assisted in sponsoring a it possible, a copy of their coaches, outlined their athletic son, clarinet, 9th; Virginia 4-H Leader Forum away from federal return filed for the year program, which is designed to Veach, flute, 8th; Ricky Muller, the National 4-H Center in 1965, ' lead into the new high school cornet, 8th; and Patty Aaron, Washington, D.C. according to The tax commission points system. They stress fuada- clarinet. 6th. Burton Hutton, state 4-H lead- out that in order to be eligible menials, they told the Boos- Ensemble groups included: er at Oregon State university, for a refund a taxpayer must tern. Both grade school ben- Saxophone duet Janet Mauer The meetings were started 'file a return. Refunds are is- ketball teams had winning sea- and ConnieHlnes;Clarinetduet, PTA Executive Board Meet- in Washington, D.C. six years sued on a "first come, first sons. Georgia Keison and Kelly Wit- Lug. ago to train adult 4-H leaders served" basis. Coach Gary Howard expres, ltams, Clarinet quartet, Jeanne VFW Post 4211and Atfltary. in helping develop and main- It is also emphasized that ff ned bis appreclatlon to the grade Wirfs, Kathy Wegener April Sheridan Jaycees. tain a 4-H education program a joint return is fried, both school coaches and to Stubbs Agee and Kelly Williams; of maximum effectiveness. Of- spouses must sign it. for the assistance they have Trombone quartet, Janlce TUESDAY March 8 ficials in the Western states Deadline for filing Is April given in getting a system start- Crocker, Hetty Manary, Gerald IOOF. requested a forum closer to 15, same as the federal filing ed that follows from the grade Heillnger and Kenneth Knutson; Eastern Star. home so leaders in this part of date. school on to high school, and Girls Vocal Enserabie,Syl- Buell Grange. the country could more easily via Jones, Mary Altus, Betty Fire Dept. Auxiliary. attend, Hutton continued. Manary, Jeanne Wires andSa!ly ELCW. The forum wilt be conducted Jones. Kiwanis Club. by the National 4-H Club Foun- Piano accompanists for the darien with the support of the students were Mrs. Harriet Cooperative Extension Service 00H[L ERiDAN: 00EA.THE00 DeVito, Janlce Crocker, Eaten throughout the West. Among Camarilio, Connie Bride, Judy those scheduled to address the - - Sloan and Curtis Chamberlain, meeting will be Burton Berger, By MRS. HAROLD FULLER OSU State Extension Agent. He  H. ,. Dinner Draws will discuss the "Role of eel- Wednesday, Feb. 23 57 .13 unteer Leaders in Teaching Thursday, Feb. 60 28 .00 Other Leaders. ' Friday, Feb. 25 55 39 .01 Unders,dingtheme'lingof Saturday, Feb. 26 4"/ 35 .11 = 'u'9 'oca' %'e-ates citizenship, and the character- Sunday, Feb. 27 48 32 .09 lstics and needs of young people Monday, Feb. 28 46 34 .19 in the western states will be Tuesday March 1 41 27 .30 Several Sheridan education the theme of the conference° The .30 precipitation recorded March 1st officials attended the Gover- '" | . ,.SŁ was the moisture content of the large snow Educationn°r's PubliCdinnerConservationlast week Onat Men flakes which fell throughout the day. By con- trast March 1, 1965, was clear with a high of the Benson Hotel in Portland. Two Sheridan men enlisted in 58 degrees. The month of February was 8 Representing the Sheridan the U.S. Air Force during the degrees below normal with a mean of 41.2. school board were members month of February. A high of 64 degrees was recorded on the 21st Glen Dickey and FredShuonson Robert J. Ottele and Steven and a low of 23 on the 15tl Rainfall was 2,72 and their wives. Also attending K. Ryan were enlisted through inches which is about half the normal pre- were Mrs. Bruce Williams, the Salem Air Force recruiting cipitation. It was noted that Feb., 1964 and Sheridan Parent Teacher as- office, according to T/Sgt. 1965 were also relsttively dry. Four days sociation president, and Mrs. Frederick W. Lien, USAF re- were clear and 9 partly sunny. Donald Hawk, PTA executive cruiter. , at large.