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Phil Sheridan Belles : ........ ',',,a,'r, vi, e00,e - - ,o.,,e'n,h.",' Sh.ri00on Co00n,r, : ..... I D'-AJ00 Busy Promoting Events - _ I I Vol. 65-No. 2"/ THE SHERIDAN SUN. SHERIDAN. OREGON. THURSDAY..TUNE 4. 1964 8 Pages-10€ 'Bed Ever Schedule' TICKET SALES for the June 19 appearance Me, Agee to purchase the ducats. Cost of of the Salem Senate-Aires are in full swing tickets for the outstanding evening of musieal under sponsorship of the Phil Sheridan Belles. entertainment is only $1 for adults and 50 Shown are Belles Rachel Flatch (left) and cents for children under 12. (Sun Photo 213) Anne Ries "persuading •• Sheridan Mayor Program Headfine Schedule (See Pictures Page 8) Featured with The Red Heads group will be Mrs. Don Oglevie, daughter-in-law of the Walt Ticket sales for the big-show appearance Oglevies ot Sheridan. of the Salem Senate-Aires Friday nht, June Another big Belles event fast approach- 19, under sponsorship of the Phil Sheridan ing is the organization's pre-Phfl Sheridan Belies• are continuing* according to "Mrs. Days celebration Sidewalk Fashion Social, Wendell Heath of the BeLies. slated for 2 p.m. Saturday, June 13, in the Tickets, costing ouly $1 for adults and 50 parking lot at the Sheridan Branch of the cents for children under 12, are available U.S. National bank. from ary member of the Belles roup. Mrs. At the fashion social, featuring entertain- He announced. ' They aso may be pint- meat and refresh Jligi, rlg will  con- chased at Ivie•s Hardware, Agee•s Marketeri ducted to select the tiesi costumes for the the City Water Office, Seridan Drug or the rapidly-approaching Phil Sheridan Days cele- Sheridan cafe. bration June 19-2L For the tea, everyone The Senate-Aires, an outstanding barber- is urged to dress in oil-time costumes, but shop-type chorus of 55-60 voices from the everyone is invited - costume or not. Salem area, are scheduled for 8 p.m. Fri- day June 19, at the Sheridan High school Prizes will be awarded for the best cos- cafetorium. The group has appeared at tumes at the fashion social. There is no events throughout the west and has been admission charge to the event' although a silver hated for the fine arrangements and pre- offering will be asked, with the proceeds sentations performed, scheduled to go into the Phil Sheridan Days Appearing with the Senate-Aires will be a fund. male quartet, the Top Notchers, and a fe- The Belles have urged everyone in the area male quartet, The Red Heads. These out- to begin wearing costumes for the huge eele- standing groups will present top quality quar- bration event next week to announce and tet songs to fill out the hour and one-half p remote the programs. program. High Brush Ordinance Due Budget Meeting Enforcement In Sheridan Set Bg City Announcement ofadecisionto jects are to remove potential Public hearing on Sheridan•s enforce acityordinancerequir- fire hazards, as well as to help approved city budget for the ing property owners to cut or spruce up and beautify the city 1964-65 fiscal year was set mow property having a large for the upcoming Phil Sheridan for Monday• July 6• at 8 pom. growth of brush or weeds was Days celebration, in the City Council chambers, made at the regular Monday Wells announced property it was announced at the Men- night SheridanCityCouneilses- owners may arrange to have day night session of the coun- sion. their property mowed for a ciL City Recorder Bob Wells nominal fee by telephoning 843- Ctty Recorder Bob WelLs pointed out lots must be clear- 2572 or the city offices at 843- pointed out no election will be ed by .Tune 15 or city crews will 408'2, necessary on the proposed bud- perform the cutting task. If Another ordinance, pertain- get becausethesixpercentlim- property is not cleared volun- ing to the keeping of livestock itation was not exceeded° tarily and city crews have to or fowl,was discussedbycoun-Account Name be caUed in this will result crimea. They announced a de- in a lien against the property• cision to enforce the ordinance as well as a fine for the prop- prohibiting keeping of Livestock ertyowner, or ,ow, o- Reminder Given Councilmen pointed out the tablished by theordinance. Any- clearing and cleanlug up pro- one wishing to know ff the/hare within the boundaries may ,.eek A reminder was sued this with the city recorder•s office, week to businessmen m turn Read for the first time was in names of persons who have an ordinance authorizing vaea- bad credit records with them tion of that portion of Harrison to Art Hebert or Larry Hlatt street lying castofSouthBridge by next Thursday. Names will street, be included on a bad credit Also read for the first time risk list. was an ordinance authorizing The list will be distributed Sheridan Pair' Gains Degrees From Linfield adoption of officlalmapsofpro- at the next credit meeting and planned thorough-slated for l0 a.m. Monday, L]NFIELD COLLEGE - Two aSes  in the city. Wells point- June 15, at the 7-11 Restaur- Sheridan students received their degrees Sunday during ed out this ordinance does not ant. commencement exercises at adopt an official map• but Names beginning with the Linfield college in McMinn- merely paves the wayforsueh letters M through Z are to vflle, an action when an acceptable be turned in for this nextmeet- Among the 174 students re- map is readied, ing, thechamberpresidentsaick ceiving degrees during the an- =o,c== Phil Sheridan C0untrg Weather Richter, son of Mr. and Mrs...P"" Ted Richter of 844 S. Bridge : street, and Gary WilLiams, son . of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Williams : L. H. P. of 347 NE Hill street. | Wednesday• May 20 48 63 .16 Wednesday• May 27 Williams received his bach- i Thursday• May 21 37 59 T Thursday• May 28 elor of science degree in phy- : Friday, May 2'2 42 64 .01 Friday, May 29 stcal education, while Richter : Saturday, May 23 31 75 .00 Saturday, May 30 was recelplent of a bachelor of ; Sunday, May 24 42 65 .00 Sunday, May 31 science degree in business ad- ! Monday, May 25 29 74 .00 Monday, June 1 ministration. -' Tuesday• May 26 40 82 .00 Tuesday• .Tune 2 There were 88 bachelor of -' science degrees• 75 bachelor of -" The past month was the coldest and arts, two masterofscience, and  driest May in the past seven years with nine master of education de- -' only .87 inches of measurable rain and Phil Sheridan Days Events LJned Up Seniors, Eighth Rush Beginning Graders Ready As Celebration For Ceremonies Opening Nears Forty-eight seniors at Sheri- dan High school are nearing the end of their high school careers as the Sunday com- mencement exercises ap- proach. According to Principal Er- nest Davenport, the seniors will receive their degrees during exercises beginningat 2:30p.m. Sunday on the high school foot- ball field, Superintendent Ste- phen N. Stivers will present the class and seniors will re- ceive their diplomas lr0mc School Board Chairman Art Hebert. Address to the graduateswfll be presented by Dr. Kenneth Eriekson• principal of Wilson High school in Portland. Vale- dictory will be given by Linda Latham, while Jeannie Cruick- shank will give the salutatory. The high school band, under the direction of Robert Belien• will play several numbers. At Chapman Grade school, 57 eighth graders are slated to participate in commencement exercises at 8 p.m. Monday night. The exercises are sched- uled lot the high schcol audi" torium• according to Principal slated to give the salutatory address. Classes are scheduled as usual at Fauleoner and Chap- man Grade schools and at the high school Friday and Mon- day, but students will have Tuesday off as teachers pre- pare the final report cards for the 1963-64 school year. Stu- dents will return to their re- spective schools Wednesday to pick up their report cards, the superintendent announced, but will be dismissed early in the morning. School buses will operate on the regular pickup scnemttes Wednesday morning, but will return students to their homes shortly after 9 a.m. after they have received their final re- port cards° School cafeterias will be in operation Monday noon, but will not be open Wednesday, the superintendent said. OATH OF OFFICE for new Sheridan School primary election. Board members at the swearing in ceremony were Glen Dickey Jr. and Lloyd Palmer. At left is District Clerk Edna M. Moore. (Sun Photo 212) Lester DeHart. Speaker for the graduation Board member Wayne Le2.oy (left) was will be Kenneth Williams, vice- administered by Board Chairman Art He- prlncipal and counselor at the bert. LeRoy won the post in the May 15 high school .... Presenting the valediery W/ll be Tom HayS, " " -. .... with htl˘;twin bromer• ,00.lnformation Meeting Due Man Wins Big Robert Steward Dies In Sleep Funeral services arepending at Adamson•s Sheridan Funeral Home for Robert Oo Steward, iong-time Sheridan resident who died in his sleep Wednes- day, June 3, 1964 at his home at 925 S. W. Mill Street. He was 68. Born in Sheridan April 25• 1896• Steward was a retired farmer and plywcod mill em- ployee. He was a veteran of World War L Interment will be in Willamette National cem- etery in Portland. Survivors Include his wife, Grace; two sons, Douglas of Sheridan and Joe of Myrtle Point; a daughter• hrwgene Kimsey of Germany; a broth- er, Roscoe Steward of Sheri- dan; and three sisters• Edna Lamson of Sheridan, Helen Stater and Ann Steward• both of Portland. On Possible Phone Plans Shopping Spree WILLAMINA - A Willamina man, Robert W. Buswell of 510 Churchman, will begin 3-min- utes of headlong dashing about the Willamina ELiingsworth•s Super Market Saturday night in a shopping spree unseen before in this area. As a winner in the big. na- tional Pepsi-Cola contest, Bus- well will receive free all groc- ery items he can carry to the check stands at the big super market within the three minute time limit, beginning at 7..45 p.m. Area res,dents are invited to stop by E11ingsworth•s in Wil- lamina to seetheshoppingspree underway. LICENSE EXAMINER A public hearing to give Phil been called to disseminate in- Sheridan Country telephone us - formation factually before tele- ers all information onExtended phone users vote for or against Area (toll-free) Service has either plan later in the year. been slated for 8 p.m. Thurs- One of the plans outlined day• June 11, at Willamina High will be for direct dialing tele- school, phone connection between Among officials scheduled to Sheridan• Wiliamina and Grand attend the meeting are Sam Ronde. The second plan would Maerz, Oregon Public UtiLities provide for direct dialing Ex- commissioner, and Dean Filler• tended Area Service between manager of the Oregon-Wash- the three Phil SheridanCountry ington Telephone company, cries and McMlunvflle Scheduled for presentation is An increase in telephone ser- all information on twoproposed vice rates would be one of the plans for direct dialing tele- necessities realized from phone service. Thehearinghas either plan• according to PUC officials. It was pointed out by telephone company officials that costs increase instead of de- crease the more telephones an individual•s phone will reach because of the additional re- quirements in equipment. C0mmunitg Events FRIDAY• JUNE 5 Phil Sheridan Feilowship. PNG will meet with Mrs. Charles Matusoh• 8 p.m, SUNDAY• JUNE 7 High School Commencement, 2:30 p.m, By MRS. HAROLD FULLER MONDAY• JUNE 8 O.E.S. American Legion Aux. 75 G r a d e school commence- ment, 8 p.m.• high school cafe- tar,urn. Chamber of CommerceBoard of Directors• 12 noon. TUESDAY• JUNE 9 LO.O.F. Buell Grange WEDNE SDAY•/UNE 10 Rotary Circle 3 of the Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Ruth Wright, 2:30 p.m. Circle 4 of the Methodist Church will meet with Mrs° Bessie Hippie, 421 Center St. Sheridan schools dismiss for summer vacation. 74 .00 i Fire Heavily  64 .00 : Damages House 76 .00 : 46 5O 46 42 85 .00 ; 72 .00 : 68 T. | 71 T. I It was pointed out that this meeting is not designed to reach a decision, but only to get the correct information to all area telephone subscribers. A Drivers License Examiner will be on duty in McMinnville Friday at the City Hall between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Phil Sheridan Days cele- bration continues to grow and attract top-notch personalities in a variety of events and ac- tivities, according to General Chairman Francis Bradley, Parade entries continue to come in, said ParadeChairman Jerry Ltmdholm, with the lat- est float entry received from the U. S. Plywood operation at Willamina. Any other in- dividual, group or organization wishing to have an entry in the giant Phil Sheridan Days par- ade. slated to begin at 6 p.m. Saturday. June 21, should con- met Lundholm at the Sheri- dan branch of the U. S. Na- tional bank. Also promoting Phil Sheri- dan Days next week will be members of the celebration's junior court. They are sched- uled for an appearance on the Heck Harper television pro- gram over Channel 8 next Thursday, June 11, according to Junior Parade Chairman Mrs. Virgil S1oan. Making the trip to Portland will be court members Patricia Aaron, Leanne DeHart" Darlene llansen, Annie Hebert, Kathy Moritz, Cindy Olham, Darlene Williams and Joyce Agee. Jun- ior Court general chairman is Mrs. Lea DeHart. The junior parade is set for 3 p.m. Fri- day, June 19. Bill Me, chairman of the Championship Loggers* Cxm- tests, announced yesterday that "Big John*' Miller of Rose- burg will be back from New York to appear in the bucking events Saturday morning, June 20. Miller is in the midst of a 30-day appearance in the Oregon Timber Carnival at the New York World's Fair. R0nde Mishap GRAND RONDE - Threeper- sons were injured about hl5 p.m. Tuesday on Highway 18 two miles west of Grand Ronde after their car struck a deer. According W state police, the auto smashed into the drive wheels of a logging truck and into a ditch after hitting a deer° Treated at Dallas hospital and transferred to Salem General hospital for treatrmmt of facial lacerations and rib inJurles was Rita L. Jackson, 53, of Condon. Two Oceanlake passengers, Barbara K. Thomas, 54, and Diane J. Thomas, 18, were treated at Dallas and released. _Phil Sheridan Days-n Fire last week "pretty welP' destroyed the upper story of BLllston house owned by Hugh Co,felt, according to flherldan Fire Chief Cecil A. Harrison* An overheated flue was listed as cause at the blaze, which caused an estimated 1500 SATURDAY, June 13 : Phil Sheridan Belles Sidewalk Fashion Social, 2 p.m., U.S. : i National Bank parking lot. • • : TUESDAY, June 16 " : i Browning Brothers carnival arrives for week-long stay : • • near rodeo grounds. : • ' THURSDAY, June 18 : : Children's Day at Carnival. | • 0 [ FRIDAY, June 19 : : Phil Sheridan Days Junior Parade, 3 p.m. i' " ! Salem Senate-Aires choral program, 8 p.m., Sheridan High [ !!- Gala Street Dance, Agee's Marketeria Parking lot. [ ii " : SATURDAY, June 20 | | Championship Log Bucking contest - 10 a.m. Sheridan High : ! i School Football Field. Entries Welcome. ! i ! Big PAll Sheridan Days Rodeo, 1:30 p.m. Rodeo Grounds. : ; Phil Sheridan Hotcake Feed, 5 p.m. Methodist Church. " : Giant Phil Sheridan Days Parade - 6 p.m. Teen-Age Dance, Live music, 8:30 p.m. Sheridan High • • ,School. : Phil Sheridan Dance, 9 p.m. Sheridan American Legion " ' i:i ' ::: ........ .............. ........................... ]'unt:' i H:il Sheridan Days RUNeoD:: pjUnm: Leo Grounds.  "