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.. . .... . .: -7 :,,.:==,== -w&apos;- r.:- , == = .......... hLO00F "ng Accident atal for. Harold Caligan, 46 John Harold Caligan, of Rt. 1, Sheri4an, died in the Good Sam- aritan Hospital in Portland May 8, as tile result of a logging ac- Cident the previous week. Ser. vices were h.v]d Saturday, May 11 at 2 p.m., in the Chapel of: Adamson's Sheridan Funeral I%orae. Interment was in Green Crest Memorial Park. Mr. Caligan was born Sept. 11, 1916, ill ,Willamina, the son of Ivan and Ida Phillips Caligan. .He attended school in Willami- ' .no. On Sept. 2, 1939, he was mar- ed to Letha Hopson in Portland, : uregon. He serve& his country as " :a Carpenter's Mate 1/c in the .ay, from 'Nov. 10, 194.2 until .ec. 11, 1945. lie was stationed in-both the American area and hthe Asiatic.Pacific area for which e received campaign medals. Sincehis discharge he .has been employed in the logging indus- . try in this area. d is survived by his wife a; a son Harold, both of Rt. 1, Sheridan; a .brother, Ray of '*arcata, Calif; his father, Ivan Caligan of Grand Ronde; his mo- ther in evach; and a great Lee McAllister to Speak Here May 20th At C. of C. Luncheon "Value of Irrigation" w i 1 1 ,be the subject for L e e McAllister, Chief Engineer, Salem. office of the Bureau of Reclamation, when he speaks at the Sheridan Cham- ber of Commerce luncheon meet- ing Monday ngon, May 20, Sher- idan Care. McAllister has had the major role the past ten years in the Bureau of Reclamation, el dev- elopin the proposed ge Prair- ie-Mill Creek irrigation project. Public .is invited to the lunch- con. Big Ranch. Farm. Business Sold to California Folks Two well known local proper- ties, one a large ranch, and the other a well known strawberry farm and business, have been sold recently to California resi- dents. Charles Jrdn of Strout Real- ty has announced that his firm sold the Alden Schmidt ranch in the uell area to Blllie J. Jones of Menlo Park, Calif., at a price gany friends, of over $100,0(D.  Jordan also announced last _   I week that Str,out .Realty has  l handled the sale of the Alma .iL_ Untrod farm and the adjoining  Harlow Baker properties west of by decm holmes Sheridan to Mr. and Mrs. Oliver: .... . Schell of Santa Barbara, Calif. htmt Referend " [ The Schmidt ranch near Buell urn contains 710 acres and is a com- The farm problem, it seems, has always been with us. And Pbably always will be. But, if to  Wheat farmers give approval ecretary Freeman's wheat referendum ballot May 21, we're fearful that it will be major Step in the direction of the far- raer giving up .his traditional in- rlependence for controlled prices, and perhaps eventual manage- meat of all his farm operations. It seems that most of the far- hoers we have talked to in the Phil Sheridan Country are oppos-   the Department of Agricul- res proposal, and they expect Vote against it May 21. Bitter foe of the proposed pro- gram Is the Farm Bureau, pow- erful .farm organization which g ls opposed extension of .Y.etament controls, Farm Bur- declares: "The"reR1 ;,e, the 1 choice is. is government ,PPly management going to be e future way of life for the Am- r al farmer'? Who will man- ." r farms, farmers or the eral government?" w Vf?re watching America's neat farmers on this issue with :hdt deal of interest. If they u._}eate to the Department ,of nculture on this one, Fou can ng onto your hat, because e Will be more to come, and ;aaps will spread out into oth- " facets of American life even than It is. ':'['s been a late spring, every: , agrees to that, and some w ld SWear that it's b0en the ettet on record but far from ere in the ,Phil Sheridan ntry. Just been a little damp, "a we have the dope to prove it. .. It was only 10reYlelyr2tdgO, th n :L93, that w the Re raotSture, and some of . - PUblicans in the state were my- g_ .it on to Senator Wayne ,r.s s deflection from the Re- " nean party. 1 me first five months of teD- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. aw- W'd,=: weather observers near the ia' ace ,bridge, recorded 33.45 th:-'es of rain. That's January hi'  May. January of 1953 hit the Ja of 14.66 inches. _ rmWever, in 1952 the Sawtelles 1 rted Only 37:49 inches for' the [ea, about five linch,ca below "'"rraal. , 1 rs" Harold Fuller and her son i;l ard, OSU student, keep the ,  records these days, and rsj Fuller has reported 188 ',[ for the first four months ' Year, with March being -'i,,"gh of 6.46 inches. ;: s been worse boys and gals 12 it's only that you notice It il d, re because you're growing ol- } - an crabbier. , Wk For Life, No Pay a reeent edition of the Wb ter- erg Graphic comes this in- qr:ng bit clipped from the olie. s tmpular Upper Left eh in today's news. On a're- rat _tri_p to that nation, the doe: ,. made the acquaintance of a ?to who time has since'that gia e,n to him in Newberg, beg- as .to be allowed to come here hen, s personal house servant. re, md Promised to work for the tl'a of his life for nothing mre, - "' room and board no Waes Th ".'." o- : . e people of Hmh are of.... "" uestitute, says Dr Bump, that hrete servitu'cle without wages ear s infinitely better than utarvation there." ' ....... bination grain and stock ranch, ] and also contains a 55 acre eom- I mercial lime field. The purchaser is an electronic engineer spec- ialist in California. The Schells have taken posses- sion of their property on West Main and are operating the used furniture business they purchas- ed from Harlow Baker. They have not yet made a decision as to what they will raise on the United acreage. They ind.icated this week they may plow up the strawberries. The Harlooar Bakers have mov- ed to McMinnville, and Harlow said Monday their plans are in- definite. The Baker's son "Guv" the Dairy recently purchased Queen at Tillmook. From 8th 00ra& [[ere Mouda The Chapman grade school will hold its annual Eighth grade graduation exercises on onday, May 20 at 8:00 pan., at the Chapman grade school gym. T, he address to the class will be given by Stephen H. Stivers, Superintendent of Schools, and Mrs. Wilton Paulovich, chairman of the board, will present the graduates with their Oregon Ele- mentary School Diploma. Class valediorian is Cathy Simonson and class salutatorian is James Aaron. The 58 graduates in the class of "1963" are as follows: James Aaron, ,Barbara Amer. ine, Kenneth Berkey, ,Ransom Black, Diane Blanchard, Ronald Braatz, Donna Bride, Charles Bridges, Evelyn Carson, Gloria Chupp, Ellen Cook, Jerraine Crocker, Glynis Dickey. Danny Eden, Helen Good. Mal- colm Greenlaw, Eugene Hale, Virginia Hansen, Sylvia Jones, Betty Kadell, Louis Kelson, Brian todd. Douglas Latham, Donald Lien, Gloria Long, Judy Lundin, Jean- ette Meek, Yvonne Miller, Pat- ricia Montgomery. Colin ,Nairn, ,Leonard Heal, Dotglas Nelson, Veona Ochanas, Susan Ottele, Polyann Pelzer, Steven Pettlt. Robert Perry, Cathy Sirrmnson. Carmen, Sisk; Judith Sloan, Billy Smith, Douglas Smith, Du- one Smith, Michael Smith, Peg- gy Smith, Walter Spivey, Leon Stutzman, Bruce Summers, Dan- ny Tibbets. Monty Tuck, Barbara Waibel, Bruce Wolfe, Donna Wolf or, Jeanette Wolfer, Jerry Yoder, Judith Yoder, Nancy Yoder and Ruben Yoder. Co--tT Mlgmt Meettg It has been announced that a general meeting of tl Yamhill County Migrant Ministry asso- ciation will be held Sunday, May 19, in MeMinnville at the First Baptist church at 3 p.m. It's Phil Sheridan Time In The Oregon Country PHIL SHERIDAN DAYS & RODEO June 22-23 'Tis a Privile00 - - to Live in the Phil Sheridan Country VOLUME 59 NUMBER 24 SHERIDAN SUN, SHERIDAN, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1963 I0c PEI-,  ( ;i". Commencement Long, Valuable Service Comes to End , SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL .......... Sheridan High School Athletic Field . May 19, 1963 -- 2:30 P.M .... Musical Interlude ............. " : High School Band Processional ........ Director Mr. Belieu, High School Band invocation ............................................. Roy. R. A. Bullock Salutatory ............................................................... Pare Denton Bill ,Hubble Valedictory ..................................................................... Address to Graciuates ...................................... Dr. Brock Dixon Presentation of Awards: Van Keck Alison Fry Cup ............................... Ruth Field Cup ........... Ran Sloan Sharon Pratt Callle B. Heider Cup .............. Bruce Barker Cup ................ Allen Lochner ;',:- r:::.- :-, old. Sio may Hood Excavating Co. goes :o ed in the period of a few days Donald Cody Cup Virginia Manary have had her (tab'. She may be ,,r!:, : the job of tearing down to mahe way for a new plant -.- - ...... outm.oded and, may be' crack- ,>' :<,uc, urc. and they have a costing in th,? neJghb,rhood of ing at the seams, b u t Short- t,dn:, limit ,of 1.4 calendar d.av:L $600,000, and de,;ignod to serve Philllp Sousa Award ............... Solvelg Magnuson dan's iigh school buildiP, g, an! !heir bid on the l<;,b v:a, ver 3c%q stud,n's, ......... hea,.q f,).,, the to,ok ile Mo,- , .... "'(,0" "Work r,n t". .... iWh ..ci)ol is Senior Awards Principal Ernest Davenport day ,u,)r:i,, has ,er,,ed h'r In th m:?o.u(in.e, beLv, c'n ;oing [omvard rpidiy. The gym :;?[:,ol ttis:':,c wgll i:l h e r 1; i:riday afternoon and Mo day 1,'; Lip and the pit_lln,hipdX of this :,cnrs of exi,stenee, morning the big chore ,o re. and the main building is be- Hymn of Freedom ...... - ...... High School Band And the taxpayers. She's /i. moving equipmer;t, ::,dpp;d:'s iP, g installe(k The bri('k and tile yen them their money's workh, and book,s out of the oM build- walls are being lakt. Mr, Man., Presentation of Class .................... Supt. Stephen N. Stivers For a .,z,e. tag of $,t5.000. back ing into other buildings will ning, who is under contract for in 19152 she has aceommo=lato add to theconfusion of te sit- the plumbing work. speaks Presentation of Diplomas ....................... Mrs. Wilma Paulovieh an estimate6 average of 100 uation. Anc Sunday afternoon highly of the concrete founda. students per year, for an esti- Commencement exercises ae tlon work, "it rook me all day . mated six cents per day per scheduled at the athletic field, m bore two holes through the "The Alma Mater" Senior CI al Band student. Back in 1915 around 60 Construction work on the new foundation for steam pipes, and ................................. students were enrolled at Sher- building makes it Impossible to I don't work very sk either. R " nal .... HlhAl0ol Band idan Hi. Next fall an estimated hold the gradua4ion event in It is the hardest I have bored ecessQ " ...... .i; ..................................... .  260 will ,enroll. And on statls- the gm.. . through i n years and I have ' . - .... tics tt can he esj'mated that in ,Fr;ra a-,.,Slm;., pub-  W$tt2 cre2 for 23 "' IQ..'I] |1 :; .early half a century of service, llshed'1 tgeshramer of 1915 years;" ... a,.,v-- .... [he building has ven the s- comes the followin story of "Wi it hold "'p'he high trtct 816.0(}0 student days. It's construction progress on what school walls all i'Ig?" Mr. no wonder the floors and stairs was a new high school for the ManninI was askeck "Yes, and Jp=/uJ alrdAarn Janet. arltmeMatuscDnaldchLeeMackprangh seem t0 creak as the Students comm,untty in 1915, and in the two storl a top," he Instant. " .hustler dOwn the hallways, spring of 1963 will be demolish- ly answered." Ya * Dennis Leon Barstad Linda Sue Matusch Monday morning :the Mt. Lorraine Marie Belieu V. George lMahill Winb Annexation Defeated IWA VO$ ;i * Gary Lee Chrisman Dan Held . --.-- * .Denise Marie Cook " Joan Ruth tfeely . Here Saturday for Proed annexation of ap- C for Pay Hike Gary Joseph Crowe Floyd Eugewe elson proximateIy gO residences in " John RoSS Ogden cl L Reed, 71 WiIlam]na into the city United Press. reported from Dantels Gary Duane limits went drvn to defeat Men- Portland Wednesday that mere. James Loren Dent Susan E. Potter Archie L. Reed of McMinnville day in a special eDction 38 t20. bers of the International Woo& * Pamela Jo .Denton. Bruce Raymond Rogers died Wednesday morning after Voting were residents of the area workers of America (IWA) have voted overwhelmingly to author, .Barbara Lee Elder Larry Dean Rose failing heal{h had kept him con- that had petitioned the City ize ngotiators to call a strike Annetta Eleanor Eldbr Richard Grant Sloan fined for some time: Services will Cuncil to call t.he special elec- It talks for new contracts with ,Richard Henry Filler Rolland Lee Smith be held Sgttffday, May 18, at 2 tion. lumber industry representatives Sharon Elaine Goodwin * David Dean Spencer p.m. in Adamson's Sheridan Fu- break down. Peggy Jeanne Goughnour John Clifford Surrett neral Home. Interment will be C-.R C.tAIGN Present contlact expires June Sharon Rae Graves Carson Ellery Walden in the family plot of the Sheri- VERY SUCCEfFUL L Karen Kay Henton * Jeanne Darlene Warren dan Masonic Cemetery. Harvey Nelson, regional tWA Mr. Reed was born Feb. 21, Sheridan's residential district president, said the vte was 15,- William Lester Hubble James Richard Wheeler 1892, in Gopher Valley, just east to 2,147. He said the vote rep, * resented about 80 per cent of the Judith Dian Hulett Judith Ann Whitehorn of Sheridan, to James T. and contributed $524.78 m the Can- 634 Martha Townsend Reed. The cer Fund in the campaign re- workers in local unions partlei- * Ronald Cleveland Jones Clare Mile Wren greater part of his life was spent ceutly complete, according to pating in regional negotiations. Barbara Shariene Yoder in th,s community v, here he was Mrs. Loisel Bride, chairman. An estimated 26,000 I,WA mem- employed as a logger, tle was The drive, considered very suc- bers are involved, * Members of National Honor Society mrarried in Dallas, Ores., bIareb ce=sul, waz spns0md by the The unon has asked a 40-oen 6, 1912, to Miss Addie ray. local Y. L. Club, Mrs, Bride hourly wage increase, with 20 Attention High gol Students W Imo Meethag Survivors includ nine child- praised the c:>operation she re- cents this year and 10 cents in High school officials have an- The Yamhill County Democra- ten. Wands, Larsen of McM:.nn- ceived from all the workers in each of the next two years. It al. villc; Ersal Reed. Eugene; {-Alive the campaign, as also from so asked higher'pay for some rmunced that higti school stu- tic Ontral committee will hold Evans, Roseburg; Tony Reed, Me- the residents of the community, skilled ciassilications, t r a v e 1 port cards at Chapman school its monthly meeting at the 4-H Minn%lle; Evert Reed. San Die- time for loggers and some pen- dents should pick up their re- building, county fairgrounds, go, Calif.; Jack Reed. El Cajon, Wednesday, May 22 between 9 McMinnville, Friday, May 17, at Calif.; J',m Reed, Austin, Minn.; PUBLIC NOTICE sion plan revions. and 10 a.m. Also,. students 6 p.m. There will be a potl.uck Francis Reed. McMinnville; and must pick up any moey re- supper and 1 cor tdrize. A report Clara Taplin, Portland; 3i grand- HO,OI' at St. Olaf funds this week or Wednesday will be made to the. committee children; 11 great grandchildren; LoiI Brid$'s Gift Scout Troop ,, thie re:ent Denocratic Reer- a brother. John leed, Sheridan; No. 478 will hold om all d Miss Solveig Magnuson was morning. No report cards or re- anization ',conference, and its and many mote distant relatives Rtmme Sale, SatulL .M among 144 freshmen at St. Olaf funds will be given out during f4ct On tl@ Centi-ai Committee. and friends. 18 at Vali/ Maid. 24.1 College Northfield, Minn., who the summer months, were feted May9 at the St. Olaf -. . special cofivcation for honor, Grad ting s at 'Sh d Hi t.dents.,n'.e'ach"elasswith a " "i ' " ' "'" " " " * :.. average or bettel. Speaker Honors go to'FOur00 ua Sen:or en an "B', .. , ..... at the Honors Day Convocation BOY OF THE YEaR GIRL OF THE YEAR VALEDICTORIAN " " SALUTARIAW ' ' WaS=::Sldney'A. Rand, executive director of the BOard of College Education of the American Luth. cran Church. Miss Magnuson was valcdie. torian of last year'S graduating class at Sheridan Hi and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Knutson, route one. THE WEATHER By Mrs. Harold Fuller L H P Wed., May 8 37 66 T i Thurs., May 9 41 62 .10 Fri., May 10 35 61 T ,; ::;at.. May 11 46 61 .12 Sun., May 12 33 67 ,00 i Men., May 13 35 73 .00 Tues., May 14 37 74 .00 "Tis A Pivlle To Live in Th Peggy Goughnour Phil Sheridt CouIr George McMahill William Hbble Pare Denton '. _ .......