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HERIAN ,HIGH SCHCCbL , May Day Program Saturday, May 4, 1963 Fan,are ...... Lorraine Belieu, Wanda Nisly, Donna Sloan Madriga! . _ Dennis Marceaux, Ghuck Cinnamon, Verne Lochner, Freeman Stutzman, Richard Sloan, Jim Dent, Chuck Moore, Gary Lavender Proce&amp;sionM ................. Mrs. Nina Adamson Salute to the Flag Joc Briekell, Charlotte McMa hill Led by Queen J0anne Official Welcome ............... George McMahill Crowning of the Queen , Retiring Quoen Barbara Carkuff Proclamation of Queen Joanne ......... George McMa,hill Winding the May Poles .............. Elementary Schools Directed by Mrs. Cruickshank Selected Band Numbers ......... SherMan High School Band Interval ................................... Taking pictures .of court on stage Recessional Queen's Luncheon 12:00 Noon Baseball ...................................... Sheridan vs. Gaston 2:00 p.m., Sheridan Field Queen's Ball ..... . ................. 8 to 11 p.m. Chapman Grade School Music by the Belieu's Day-time Theme ...................... Enchanted Kingdom Evening Theme ' ............................................. Rhapsody in Blti MAY COURT FStin Davenport Jan Barstad Ann Iolstad Karen Funk SUdy Keck Patti Krauthoefer Nancy Kaufman Barbara Carkuff, Retiring Queen Banna Cinnamon, Scepter Bearer C :'.:y Chrisman Cindy Ries Jerry Jackson Bill Kadell Link Spooner Jon Holstad Ken Williams non Reid Dennis Barstad Alan T.hayer George McMahill Maid of Honor Susan Potter Crown Iearer ................. Debbie Hya,tt, Chuck Pratt Queen 'Tis a Privilege - - to Live in the Phil Sheridan Country VoLuME 59 NUMBER 22 SHERIDAN SUN, sHERIDAN, YA:!I!tILI COUNTY, OREGN TIiURSDAY, MAY '2. t9(')3 - ;iCe P::. COP Funeral Will Be Held Friday for Frank Schalek Speaks Out Against ales Tax in Criti cizing olons Frank B: Sch alek was born October 18, 1888 in Chicago, Ill., the son of Joseph and August ttansel Schalek. He died Monday April 29, at his residence in Sheridan at bhe age of 74 years, 6 months and 11 days. Funeral services will be held Frid,ay, May 3, at 2 p.m., in the Chapel of Ad- amson's Sheridan Funeral Home with Rev. Ralph Perry of Sheri- dan, officiatirg. Vault interment will be. in Green Crest Memorial [ park, Sheridan. [ When a small boy, Mr. Schalek 'moved to Sheridan with .his par- ents, where he grew to manhood. He enlisted in the service of his country and served in the medi- cal corps during the first World War. He served 14 months in France. After receiving his dis- charge .he came back to Sheri- dan, later moving to Sand Lake where he o,2erated a dairy farm until returning to Sheridan in 1961. Ile is .survived, by his wife Martha of Sheridan; a dauh-, ' ter, Lue!la Kurillo of Portland; a i sister, I.ouise Eosack of Shed- dan; several nephex's and nice- N:i0000vanis Club Ro00!s "a'*,.. old ai Banquet I B00own, 89. Li|e-Long Resident 0! Area Dies Veteran Fireman Dies Frank Y. Brown was born Jan- uary 19, 187,4 of a pioneer family on the original donation land claim on Ash Creek between Sherigan and Willamina. He ed Monday, Apri ! 29, in the Mt. Tabor Convalescent .hospital at the age of 89 years, 3 mnths and 10 days. Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 1. at 2 p.m. in the, Chapel of Adams(ms Sheridan Funeral ttome. Vault interment v,.a in I,., family plot !in tie :;terida! Mas,mic eeme. tery. Mr. Brovn ,aas o11,2 of nine. Joanne Warren es; and a host Of friends. B Train Bearers ................. Kenneth Bauman, Jeff Ladd Band o0$1e00s Net 0vet $500 on. Directed by Mrs. Cruiekshank an Mrs. Melonuk >- Calendar Prolect Scout Corot of AGEES BUY DUPLEX The last meeting of the current Ihn0z Held Hem AND TWO LOTS for the Band Boosters Club held Monday evening at Norman and " Melvin Agee, ;hapman grade school, when the Wil!a:,n,. Kiwanis Club v-as host Monday night to Govbrnor Mark Hatfield and several Kiwanians frn clubs over this section of the state. Picturel above at the dinner, left to right are Mayor or E. Joinson, who presented Governor Hafleldl Willmnirm Kiwanis Club President  Colemcm, chairmm of the event. and Governor Mark O. Katfield. During his speech Cavernor Hatfield recalled the2 as a bure/oot boy in his youth he spent considerable time in the Willmnina community as the guest of his aunt, Mrs. K. T. Franklin and her ts. band. only .;u rviv ,r, He was married Nov, 5, 1907 to Verna Lady, who preceded him in death i 1922. To this couple were born two daughters, Mildred a,anes of Tigard and Martha Gjerning of Lake Grove, who ur;'ive tieir father. Also surviving are seven grandchild. A Boy Scout Court of Honor partners in the firm of Agee's beginners band, under direction , ,, ] t. he( Wednesday evening at Marketeria, announced this week of Robert Belieu, played several  "k * "k "k "k ren and four great grandchild- ' ' ' " they have purchase& the duplex numbers lines  e t vernor Hatheld s a Dem "  At i1t. Chuc Cinnamon,  - - -- " -' omn B, Delo ' t[axes, education,: tndustr'al d -tha Go - '" " - * 's Mr. Brown spent most of his ::.  It/ 'asPirant outmaster, apartmen at Ja45 8.E. tiarney, None of the nomanaung c .... ).C. . ,,oun,,,t taa'.afetv and bhe octet, although ne s me stae, lif on his "atet' farm west af ]  inked, the: a-vtl: Tender- ed by. Mrs:-"i;ildred Brwn mittee was abe;to be pre.nt, GoVerh" IVla'l:K Hatneld h s'[ .^'/.""..--!--e7 .-/' ,,.lt,., standardibeat in the.GO.P, an a:'herid-an-"agl.hls hum e on Mil-i la_.t Dins to Tim and Tom Hays, the past tea rs. The Agee's but Mrs scoe eelg was elec- covered much.of Oregon in re-I":"s"'.'*'_'__:_.'L_ :-:.='-'-.-f: is frequentlyntioned as poss. Creek In 1937 thefaxm was sold also have purchased thetwo lots ted secretary and Cliff Bride, _^_. .... ks with sneeohes criti I cmm.ssln',-*,:ne---pp-mar,--Uf-e--n ble presidential timber; Monday and "e moo ca to Sieridan at-lqovak, Oartls Yoder, Bob across the street east from the treasurer, for ttm ensuing year. - , .  mght he lauded Oreg0ns labor where he ado his home until zkttn an& Tom Cinnamon. "  ........ " pOllHelan, altn.vugn a liwn,un, ' . * . - , : cizm the Legmlaeures tax pro, dldnt spend any tme talking , "  C m U S Post Office rom Mrs. Ella rs Yocom. who has been pres- g . . . _ .... force, came cait strongly agams ill h ]th ,, h, in, th, h. .. tt Wells received a fishing am ton These lots are at the M . " " will preside are, whacking away at his de- about the good of the ordk,, v, a sales ta'" 2"--aled for atL bud- - :'e ....................... .._ ' lt badge, also a firemanship H p dent for three yeal*, gr b :ets lus their in- [ spreading the worn of the good ,, apPe . of nls daughters. About a year . ".eit badge, and Dennis Mar- corner of Harney and Sampson Ior the first meeti next fall. partment tuig ' P .... _..,^, ,_ __ ,get in higher, educatmn and ex- arc h ,nt,,-4 the Mt Tel-mr ng Monca ni ht he work of the or..,., nc ,p- , .... . .  e ............ . ..... :=UX received merit ,badges in streets. - - , Mrs. Yocam re)ted over $500 actwlty,.and ..... -Y,--- gJ- -*--' [ ........ n his nroblems with pressed hlrrmelf With a war m !n Convalescert Hospital in lort. ?nship and farm recorder. Few ntl ago the Agee s ,woulc pe cleared'[., from the Corn- a:rea a ..,e s pea2er all)an: [l,glslilFe  nd there he: terest in the" state's senior cau- landi where he passed away. For a - Ivlng Red Cross Life Say- . old f store ...... "llamlna. lfiwanm .,,.,. v....,,  .  , .... :  ..... := . : .... .pure hassd the,.. eed, +o 'nunity .Burial c@lendar ...pmJeet W il .... en aain he let loose[spent his effort. Among.the:near. zens.._.-. ,.:,_. ..... : ,,_ ,4,,-,,, many years Frank Was a. mem- g EeVtificates were Scott Wells ouumng l.,r,w,,a, ......... for use bv ltte banns ne a quc .... . 7T: ............ I ,..  ersolls "in attendance on me l,eg!.attuc " o ,,. v-y- oer f the SherMan Volunteer ,.Chuck Cinnamon in the sen- street from The Sun and have ,.t...., , h,., fur"the Band with-blastse u a 'members] ,y- ,,,,*.v __,= ,.,._ ....... ,ram he said,:'It will eno with a Fire r),rr,,,t whr ho w '.t,,,,,,ea .,. ,.., -- ; ' , " re . were elwalllll **rl a.vc a, ' .: .... ........ ar ...................... ,: divtsion'and'iim .Miller and ;Taed.. the building. They: also ooster uin nreseated to hear at bfthe _Legit_ 2" _ _ _ 22, . 1 ,.h,las in thfs ection of the state patch work of..a prog'am which " a loyal and- regular attendant :a. d Bauman in the Junior rib: own.the:parld.ngkl?,t area at tale the higl ,h()ol :spring msical The _tleleilbl engtl' on I 'Had'a stranger from out of wi!l mea.fi nL:hing.; t_lesaxl and endeared himself to. his tn; Bob auman also passed :corner 0[ :scum nage aria liar, spoxe at . | .......  .......... nor dmplace the income or p " man-- ,.a___ a., a a]l as the adtotnlnR .riday evening. . : .^ tstate een ,,tcung: to me narf:tYah(ll]'be']Ut anoth- ' y ,,,c,ua. : ' test, but Was too goung' to 2..q:.. .:..-; ,. ...... L'..a .u= Mr Bolieu announced May *y .... /speech he could nave guessea ....,c,. T-". ;;;, __^: .:. ,.a _ - .... : ...... eelve the certificate. All wtll auumng. ney a,-,: t" ...... =.  .o ao,o e,,, h-, grade schoOl  I_W ][@ [ " " ______. er aaa-on t.axi we n_.a ,, .... " ] lla,lbadl eelve merit badges in swim- lot and providea public rest "o-:" .....  _Z.L2 **'e .benin- llU A.. ,vmw / .... en our tax base. wne next re- ,aawl.'U[  : music concer, wnc- .,. o " " e uve best rogram " -- .ag and life saving, room facilities. ..o ,.,,,a,o,o an& advanced ll,Jm .II.|lflNJA ] lllliclf "1" r erupts tax is the P ,,  ,,,., ,_ be III Zeller, leader of the We- ban(Is'wouiI7a,: and Mrs Vir- I$||UV" v..-,..mw.,.vm I Cl-de IAndsav Interest because it broadens the o.ase: itaqb'q,[  mVM W s and his Webelo Cub Scouts  a" "rls . J  In making a pitch for higner = l r sent t Hon Is gettin under ver present for the meeting, as Steve PoUer Opens gil Sic.an wou d p Construe'  g __ /In The Sheridan Hall education the Governor .said ed. In Monday 00lmion uarez o sing. on two new nomes In ner-  o " W-"as parents and friend'wh Machine Shop Here The high school band..w.o.ul idan thtsw.eek. Mr. andWi. Ted / The partnershio of Clyd Lin:l. on-talc growth For the Legisla- Voters ,n Seha:ml District 48-14 te Welcomed .by Scoutmaster q d way ucation is the key to Oreg n s ec- . . iestlVltles, who nave sola tnelr nome ......... . n Cooley ........ o ....... ., play for May Day_. - ...m Lung,_ .... u . _. ...... i say and George and A&,nes gu- lure to turn its back on educa- wall elect a member for theShe- t) nln oi t,,= ,.,-,:or ,,,,,..,,, me oanu w,,, osc,=- ,u,=a a,c uu,u loan _m, er Scoutmaster Bob Wells pe g ............ the ohowing week _ .__*, in the Go _ . '_ - [ lick in the ownership and oper- tion is fal,' economy, crippling .. toaro  Eaucafion o(. a P to Da  ien , rowth Ilve year term m the elecnon a'ed on .the different merit Sho nere this Week y wo tot- llas for a band aay anu a 1-.542 square mot nome on ' S " " ..... " f Sheridan Gear go ..... her ng -'-a-man that accor t atidn of the , dan Hall on the staten effort for g .. ges and their requirements, mer employee_ s o ...... march in a parade wln_v_t, a Southwest c.n p (, :2" [ Suth Bridge street was dissol- PresicYng at the dinner was Monday, 2 to  p.m., at Fault'on- and Pa et Mnuzacurlng o,  ds an the ' nxt weee-u - to the ClIy OUllcnng perm o I, ' "  Klg an" er .rade School Retlrln' " mere g :._ _  v-. ban . d , . _ . dlng ...... =.'/veal this wek. v the deal Lind. oi) Coleman, Willamina " - g " .avatt Krauthoefer Jr., Assistant being announced toaay. Lnvner will nlav for the higrt school will cost an e.sumatea 5,otm.| ..... .,tns the ownershi.,) ,e ho  h,,. .... (-, who also er- ber of the board is Chairman Utmaster told of the coming , _ . . ' 'commencemen, The ' _ .  I building and C'eorge and Adce 'ed as ,general chairman of the WHma Paulovlch, who is com- vents planned for ,the Scouts: of the business is Steve Potter - " t rain or shine " Lunds purchased a lot from  ...... , " , -* , ........ t, .... u ..... - . and "Buck" lalrn, veteran ma-  . Mr. and Mrs. l<r .pooner. ad | Kulick retain the bus ness. They rcent Introducing Governor Hat- pletmg a five year term. n-ut camporee at Camp Clark ehinist is employe(1 in rne snop. " and Mrs. m mm wre - h " "  " " ear Sand Lake May 17-19; June .... Death 01aims Baby ] Mr. . ..... [ purchased t e ,bu.sm,ess ten ;:fold was Mayor Wctor E. John- Candidates for the position an A1 es of macmne repmr smrung consrucuon on t , e . 1 typ ....... ! lway are --re foot ho--'^ " on t years ago from Arvid Ekman son Willamiria ,Dinner organ he board are Norman Agee, fenkout for Rotarmns at Gren- work zs lannea bY tne Ilrm in Rebecca squa me P s for 1 120 f McMmnvflle  Mrs N Sheridan merchant and Glenn  Park, the Rotarians b.eing " . . . _ Graveside service l a ' - ns street :Ta" will [ now o ' " r uiic was furnished by "- " , the buildm rormerly occuplea er of Mr west Eva m ' Sponsors of Troop No. 262 ..... ". g .... Kim Mast, infant daught [North "'--ated 10 ^' accor| George Kulick operates a suc- n a Adam,on, Sheridan, and vocal Dickey Jr., Sheridan farmer. o nerlaan tear ana lage  o Portlana, an esum , u 12.n_nual Scout week at Camp Y .... . _ . and Mrs. Mos Mast f [cost ..... '_ . "| cessful well drilling business in musical numbers were f, urnish- . -- Mfg. on the scum sine ot ;as were conducted by Rev. Ray [ding to the permL vlr. "leaw.ay the area..His wife Agnes will ed by Gary Shields and Norman ]['lb-DLt Blair'S ,,efldan:ver Willscouts;,be JUlYa.nd2,1intOj, uly27 fUror Main Street. Mishler at the Riverview11 ceme" I is aam. . scienCesohool, t te:n:hrea attam:?nn%ny . manage the Sheridan Hall. Rabuck, Willamina. .'t.gust, Dr B J Miller and Age _ o _, .... tery in Portland at _ .. [hgh - # ..... ears a" *rum ...... Assisting re$ident Coleman Mr. and Mrs, Ed Scruby ,will ta r Will take Scouts of this -to ,- ,. .m . 21hursday, April 25. Rebecca Klm ved here a :,  " " Servin en Juries in planning an6 staging the din. return to Oregon in July and elua.P on a three day hike. In con- SP4 E. Allen FouocK, son oz was ,born at Good Samaritan [ New York stae. _ .. . " her, as well aS handling the sale Mr. Scrubv w teach math next ,n. n, Scouts served refresh- Mrs. LyleDingessandEarlpol- aosnita 1 Anril 4 and passedl in advanced construcuon stag" Sheridan names drawn on turv of aiar,en-ber6fdinnertic- year at on Citv.,Foc the past lock who has been in the Army "" " " os ital s the new mree earoom  " .......  --- -- n New . ':, ................ away in the Providence I-I. p_ [ es i . ,..o M v. wD1 panels for the May Court terms kets, was Kiwanian Pearl Black- [ yar they have resided i ior me past nr y,mn, na re uae her o m. ....... 7,,,.w,,  _ . . ;: April 23. Surviv0rs incl ]h.ome - h'_ast-Sh "-'-: St :" inclUde, for the District Court, well, lcal PCdg manager. I Jersey.  itcmho 2"ltl- en![sted for a .s.lx year term_a_n.a_ )arents, Mr. and Mrs. Muse [hite on-lOn,W, o,,--,, ,. rge W. Krumdick, Roy G." ...... L' ' "i "' Will leave zaay , ,xr rav ,t n m,nt Mr and Mrs l)anl "-"----'- ' 'nn Lucille Porrv and Jos,, -- _ .. = i,m  m., =,, ,.. .,,, " = or lvr4 -.. -'- , -.o m, , -. - ..... - Air or.ce. Base f. ,apan. Allen Yoder of Sheridan Road; and IVaRII* ]$r00mdt Named Dhine Smith; Special Venire, lent aea00 Plm ! Pau was .. saUoneecnl- a been a ether relatives living in the east. |Aa_, ---- .  . Rudolih H.. Diereks, Dillard El- P,.--..--IIa:A. ...'. w..l l|.u.. J ll.,,.|. . :_". _rt .......  [Student Jly ]y tdns, Betty L..Groves, Elma I:.en- [M][L[][]||  llg 'IILU  , , .de stauonea a e., v,u w)., .tn.e Sister Dies |I, . - o m. =. ry, Joseph w.. rapen anr Doris . CDEC at M0mte.rey, al1& l-llS ..... [Wu | ][!1 J Scott; and Circuit Court, Mar Jerry Lundholm, assistant , Sk:In" Weather mailing' adda, ess IS SP4 E. Allen Mrs. Bessie Malo had me su [ |U t" ...... fan L, Gust, Bernice Kadelll Paul manager Of the U. S. latinal : ,.,_1 n't know anyone with the -, si2in weather here in  ,OTegon country, qtlt at keeps the farmers from .ng their throats, the fisher- a from drowning themselves, ' t the-" he loggers from sawing off t legs we don't know. . t. '*[e little bright note came e , Mayor' Floyd Wolfenbar- % o tr thi- .. g uck driver, who reports ,  little incident at Gillespie's aall ey cafe the other Junction Wlt2vh gypo loggers,, disgusted me weather of the past e o rrmnths, and covered mud clear up to their el- Were discussing the outlook. one logger: "What are ing to do when summer Pollock ,1 19657707, USAR Map news this eek that her sister, SV,  67, San Francisco, Cal. bits. Alice Chamblin had passed away Sunday night in Norfolk, Sixty grange mambea attend. Virginia. Mrs. Malo called her ed the all-day session of Porrm- sister at the hospital to talk to na grange held Saturday at the her and was told she had pass- Buell Grange hall. A potluck ed away about an hour .before luncheon wan served at noon. Mrs. Chamblin was 57 years old, Ted Sims, State ,Deputy from Mrs. Malo spent six weeks willh her three sisters in th Corvallis, was an honored gue. south last fall. PUBLIC NOTICE SHERIDAN BRIEFS Big mmae 1o Nice Elec. Those fom Sheridan attending tric, 9:30, Saturd/. May 4. All a Santiam Girl Scout council at kinds of clothing...Coffee ..und the Corvallis ,high s0hool Mon- ou.e. Home Ec Club, Buell day evening were Mrs. E1win 21-2tp Hedllnger, Mrs. Cliff Bride, Mrs. Grange. Ft. Hill Grcmge smoasbord, Sa. May II, :00 to 8:00. Adults SI.25, children under 12, 75c. Grange Hall, old Hwy. 22-2tc Rainbow Girls public insta|l- Fred Wirfs, Mrs. Walter Donlcht, Nancy McKibben and Judy Heil- inger. Delegates attended from all ten istricts. ,'Thanks Bad- ges" were presented to leaders for outstanding service in Scout- Edgar Brandt, son of Mr. and Mrs, E, A. Brandt, has been el- .cted stu&ent body president at "an high school for the 3herin 1963-64 year. Others elected were Larry Eisele, vice president; Bet- .y Bauman, secretary and Allen 3rown, treasurer. Yell leaders elected were IAn- ta Latham and Nancy Kaufman, z.ho were r eelected; an Patti K .... fer, Karen Funk, Judy rauu,; Keck and Diane Rideway. The latter lIree seWed.as, leaders for the junior varmy tins year. .New officers of the Lettermen's :Club are Joe Briekell, preside,nt; Ken WilliamS, vice president and Darrel Jones, secretary . treasur- er. Sheridan pTA will meet for the . --eting of the current year aSt *'  Monday evening at Chapman E. Rasmussen and Sally D. Stuck. THE WEATHER By Mrs. Herreld Fullez L H P Wed., April 24 36 48 -26 Thurs., April 25 40 64 .02 Fri., April 26 44 59 .00 Sat., April 27 35 59 .00 Sun., April 28 33 74 .00 Mon., April 29 48 67 .I7 Tues., April 30 42 59 .07 NOTES Rainfall for the month o Ap- ril totaled 4.06 inches and fell 24 days during the month. There were 19 cloudy days, 10 partly cloudy, and only one clear day. The low was 27 degrees on the 2nd, and the high 74 degrees on he 28th. 'Tis A Privlleqe To Live in The Bank, will serve as Phil Shaft- 4an parade chairman for the annual Phil Sheridan Days & Ro- deo event June 22, 22, and 23: . Phil Sheridan ohairman Fran- cis Bradley recently announced Lundholm's appointment, and also announced the appointment of Mrs. Nina Adamson as Junior parade chairman again this year. Both para4as will .be held in the evening again this year. The parades were held in the even- ing for the first time last year and attracted largest crowds in history, as well as meeting wit the popular approval of the par- ade participants. Chairman Bradley has an- nounced that Browning Bros. Amusement Co. will appear in Sheridan a,,g'ain thisyear for five The other gypo replied: COmes on I'm go- tkm, Sat. May 11. 3 p.m., IOOF Hall. Public invited. Charlotte be Wor- ing. Miss Heilinger will be a.m- ong the Girl Scouts taking a weeks trip to Mexico with ed tours this summer. -- school There will be in- grae stallation of new officers, room count, and a very ,short business f,7 | Pbil Sheridan Country erry Lundholm days starting June 18. ehairman Lundholm was that of Among the first Phil Sheridan the F,beridan Volunteer Fire De- parade es to be turned in to partment.