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WJ lam ,a ole- n es D.A00; Features Numerous Prizes II II VOI. 65-N0. 33 THE SHERIDAN SUN, SHERIDAN, OREGON, THAY, JULY 16, 1964 6 Pages-10 PLANS HAVE been announced for the annual Norm Agee, who hit a hole-in-one in a prev- Willamina Kiwanis club Hole-In-1 golf tourna- ious contest. Agee hoids the savings bend ment, slated Aug 3 through 8 at the Willa- he won with his ace. Dr. Otis Barr is general mica High school football field. Incoming Ki- chairman of the contest. (Sun Photo 248) wanis President Pearl Blackwell is shownwith Willamina Club Balloon Space Sh :)ot Sets Hole-In-1 Promotion Due Aug. 1; CompelJlion Ki& To Get Prizes Plans for the annual Wllla- miua Kiwanis club Hole-In-1 tournament, slated for Monday through Saturday, Aug. 3-8, are being rounded into shape, according to Dr. Otis Barr, chairman of the event. Proceeds for the big tourney are used to bolster the ser- vice e/ub's Kiwanis Youth Pro- gram, the chairmanpointed out. Shooting of golf balls to the elusive hole several dozen yards away will get underway the evening of Aug. 3 at the Wllla- mine High school football field. Dr. Barr announced a $25 sav- ings bond will he awarded to each individual scoring a hole- in-L Numerous other prizes in all three divisions - Men's, Wom- en's and Youngster's - have been announced by Dr. Barr. Shooters attempting to bang a ball home will not only be competing for "aces" hut also closest to the pin shots. Des,- ignated stores are giving mer- chandise awards for winners in each section. Shooters will take aim on three balls for 25 cents or 12 for a buck, the chairman an- nounced, He said finals com- petition will be conducted on the final day for individual champions during the tourney. Credit Meet Names Due Area businessmen were re- minded that they should have names of credit risks turned in today (Thursday) so they will be Included on the master list compiled for Monday's Prizes in three age divis- the chairman indicated. Inns of youngsters have been The balloon space shoot was announced for the big Sheridan conducted in Sheridan two years Balloon Space Shoot promOtion ago and saw cards come back event, slated Saturday, Aug. I, to the communRy from through- at the high school track field, out Northwest Oregon and from according to Mol Ages, gen- Southwest Washington. On tim eral chairman of the show. cards carried by the gas-filled Ages announced that bai- bags wtllbe the launcher's name loons filled with helium and and address, the date launched carrying return-address post- and spaces for any finder to ,...s L 'iLt  released at 2 ft in his name and address p.m. that Saturday. The ,hair- and where he found the card. man said the .cards will carry All the finder will then have to the name and address of the do is drop the postage-paid card youngster who released the hal- in the mail box and it will be loon. When the balloon comes returned to Sheridan. /back to earth, somewhere in Northwest Oregon or even in PUBLIC NOTICE Washington, persons finding them are asked to return them to Sheridan. RUMMAGE SALE going ca now. Prizes will be awarded in Antiques, clothes, misc. Main each of three divisions, Ages St., Willamina. City Ready To Sign Water Agreement Council Studies Contract For Supply Of City Water To Area West Of Sheridan Members of the Sheridan City that used in fire fighting, flush- Council met Monday night in executive session to discuss the proposed contract withtbe West Main Water association and de- cided to proceed toward signing of a contract with the group. City Attorney Harold Fuller was instructed to draw up the resolution to pave the way for the signing. A resolution from their side also will he prepared by mem- hers of the water association's beard of directors, it was an- nnunced, Assoclation secretary Charles Jordan attended the council session. Comprising the water group are 30 to 35 residents of the area west of the city limits They desire city water and have worked for several years to see a pipeline installed from the city's main lines. It was announced last week by association officials that a $27,000 federal loan had been approved for installation of the pipeline from the city limits to a point approximately 600 feet west of the Rock Creek road. Officials of the group have pointed out that association members must raise another $3000 to meet terms of the ioan and to meet the probable $30, 000 installation cost total. The loan is repayable over a 30- year period. Jordan has announced the as. soclation hopes to have its members supplied with city water by the first of the year. City officials have pointed out the cost of installing the pipe- lines will be berne by the as- sociation, as well cost of instal- llng meters. There will be a ing of lines or leaks. In the agreement to he signed by beth parties, the water as- sociation will contract to bays its members pay a minimum rate double that of the city Continued on page 2 Board Eyes Industrial Setup Move Members of the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce discus- sed the possibilRy and feasl- billty of resurrecting the Sher- idan Industrial corporation to an active entity during a lunch- son meeting Monday noon at the Fireside care. Two businessmen, Paul TUg- gle and Ralph Huntley, volun- teered to look into the matter to determine what steps would be necessary to handle such a move. ALso discussed at the meet- ing was a proposal from the Yamhill County Fair beard that the chamber purchase $75 worth of tickets for a Kid's Day Thurs- day, Aug. 20, at the county fair in McMinnviile. The tickets would be given out in Sheridan business houses and would be good for a 15 cent reduction in the 25 cent charge for children's rides at the fair. The board decided to present the matter to the general chain- her membership at the upcom- ing Monday business meeting. This session will get under- NEW SUPERINTENDENT of Sheridan Public Schools, Stanley A. Grout, has been famil- iarizing himself with district policies and procedures since succeeding Steve Silvers in the post July i. He has been receiving the most assistance in moving into the post from Mrs Edna Moore, district clerk. They are shown looking over one of the many items of summer work necessary in the superin- tendent's office. (Sun Photo 252) master mater at the city llmlts and individual meters at each customer's site. With the city handling collection of water bills, City Recorder Bob Wells will tally the individual totals against the master meter total each month. City crews will read the meters, he said. All water through the master meter will be paid for by association members with the exception of way at noon atthe Sheridan care. Originally scheduled as a Phil Sheridan Days committee meet- ing, the Monday session was changed to a beard gathering because Phil Sheridan Days General Chairman Francis Bradley had not yet returned from a vacation trip. The next Phil .eridan Days meetingwfll he held at the Fireside care Monday noon, July 2% GOPConvention Delegate Slates Luncheon Speech Highlights of the Republican sion now underway in San Fran- National Convention and iofor- cisco will be given by Oregon ruction on background activi- political leader Rudie Wilhelm, ties at the big political ses- Jr., at a luncheon meeting pointed out, with a first, sec- ond and third prize ineachsec- tion. The awards will he giv- en to youngsters who send aloft the cards returned from the farthest distances, from the shortest distances and post- cards that are returned the quickest. Cards returned to the Chain- her of Commerce within two weeks, through Saturday, Aug, 15, will be eltglbe to win 'Itghly successful" county awards for the launchers, youth league baseball seasons Youngsters planning to par- ticipate in the big and colorful were announced this week at balloon launch will be divided the completion of games by the managers of Shertdan's travel- into three flights Comprising ing PeeWee and Pigmy squads. the first flight Will be children Dave Yoder, manager of the vp to 8 years of age# while the second flight will feature 13 and 14-year-old Pee Wee leaguers, praised his team for youngsters 9 through ]1 years the 5 won-3 lost record the old. Youth 12 through 14 make up the third flight of boys established over the sea- son. Yoder said all his boys launchers, he stated, hustled throughout the eight- Thursday, July 23, in McMinn- dent meeting will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at the 7-11 Restaurant. Names should be relayed to either Hehert or Larry Hlatt. I Pig my', PeeWee Ba seball Loca w,,, elected a delegate at large from Oregon to the GOP convention, will appear at a luncheon sponsored by the Teams Finish Successful Seasons during the season. He slammed Dave Martin and Ross Meyers. three homerlms and three trip- Yoder announced his top hit- les Top pitcher was Ivi% tar was Tim Hays, who batted with a 3-2 record, while Bau- over the .500 mark during the man tallied a 2-3 slate as they eight games. Taking credit on alternated throughout the sea- the mound for all the wins and son. losses, since he pitched all but PEEWEES Co-managers of the lland12- year-old Pigmy leaguers, Bill Ivie and Dick Ridgeway, also said their squad bad a "real good" season better than indicated by their 5 won-5 lost record Playing official baseball rules in a county-wide league with teams from Dayton, Amity, Carlton and Yamhill, Sheridan's PeeWee traveling team took wins from Yamhill, Amity and Carlton, while losing only to The Pigmy leaguers play of. flclal baseball rules except for shortened basepaths from 90 to 60 feet, a llnttation of an of- feusive inning to nine batters and a shortened distance from 60 to 46 feet between pitcher and batter. Sheridan's Pigmies played in the county league with teams one inning, was Kim Miller. The one bad inning his team underwent was in the second Dayton game, when Dayton scored 1"/ runs in one inning to down the Sheridan boys 17-8. The manager said 22 Dayton players batted in that one inning and decided the game. Yoder said he figures to have Boy Scouts in the area will game slate and "really had only be asked to help with inflation one bad inning" during their meeting of the Sheridan of the card-carrying balloons games. chamber's retail credit group, from Lafayette, Dayton, Yam- Dayton twine and YamhllL The a good team next year, with a According to Chamber Presl- hill, Amity and Carlton. The boys dumped Carlton and Amity minimum number of boys mov- Art Hebort, the credR J boyS achieved their season rec- twice each. Ing up to Cub ball while getting ,g  [i be hal L at ) n. ord on wins over Dayton, La- The PeeWee team opened the some help from Pigmy players y at the "/-11 test n t. I ? layette, Yarnhlll and Carlto season with a pair of wins and moving up in the age bracket ,es ould be rel  to They beat Lafayette twice Los then lost three in a row before He ,rt or T [rz3 ' :t'.  ses were to Yamhfll, Am[We comlng back to win their final Sheridan 00.nr0up Communltg i' Carlton end Dayton* TheboyS three contests. In their in" Escapes Injury lost two times to Amity. The itlal outing they won a 12-7 Pigmy season opened May 25 go from Amity there and fol- and closed July 6, according to lowed this up with a 7-6 win the managers, over Carlton at home. They Events ,', Pigmies openedthe sea- lost 5-3 at Yamh11, 2.-0 to Six Sheridan residents es- / % son on a losing note, dropping Dayton here and 17-8 to Day- caped injury in a mishap in FRIDAY, JulY 17 L / a contest 8-5 to Yamhill at ton there. They completed their Montana when their automobile   Sherldam They then won two season with 6-4wlns over Amity lost a rear wheel and crashed Phll Sheridan Fellowship,  in a row by beating Dayton, here, 7-2 over CarRon there and into the dRchaccordingtoword sound and colorfllms,2:30pm*   12-3, at Dayton and Lafayette# 12-8 over Yamhill here. received here by relatives. 21-5, at home. They thendroP- Making up the PeeWee team Unhurt in the accident were MONDAY, JulY 20 pad a 9-0 game at Amity and this year were Don Moore, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Beehner an 18-17 Donnybrook to Carl- Klm Miller, Tim Hays, Jeff and their two small children, Retail Credit meeting, 10 .  ton in Sheridan. They then pro- Yoder, Gerald Heillnger, Bill three years and six months of ceeded to alternate wins and Ogden, Ron Flasher, Harry age, and Mrs. A1 Benhner and Chamber of Commerce bus- %k - games. The Pigmies dropped Eric Davenport, Brod Herherr The group was headed for ine ss meeting, 12 noon Sher- f.(,_ Y amhill there, 5-3, lost to Day- Walt Wegener, Jim Hubble, Mtnneapolisto visit relatives. ton at Home. 12-11, and won Phil Sheddan Weather " from Lafayette there, 10-3o . .......... ' ........... klan care. 71'/ ' They finished the season with City Council meeting, 8p.m.,  city hail. a 2-0 loss to Amity at home : and an 11-5 win over Carlton : By MRS. HAROLD FULLER " TUESDAY, July 21 , on the loser's field. ' : Boys playing on the travel-  L. H. P. ! St. Cecella Altar Society. ing Pigmy team were Stan La- i : Fa Saf ty Week tham, Mikelvle, BobHauman j Wednesday, july,h 58 66 .07 : WEDNESDAY, JulY 22 r m e :o Ridgeway, Bobby Htatt, Thursday, JulY 9th 40 78 O0 ! Spencer, Gary Marshall, Friday, July 10th 44 87 .00 : 1964 . 00 : .o,.00oooo July 19 " 25 00 FRIDAY, July 24  Danny Pap,n, Rick Daniels,: Monday, JulY 13th 51 84 .00 : Walt Eden and Brandt Knntson. : 56 68 .49 " Phil Sheridan Fellowship, ...GOVERNOR'S COMMITTEE ON FARM SAFETY.., Heaviest hitter forthe squad : Tuesday, July 14th ii IIII ii travel flints, 2:30 p.m. was young Ridgeay who caught ; .................................................. : Yamhill County Republican Women's Federation. The luncheon will start at noon, July 23, in the St. James Church recreation hall. All interested Yamhill Coun- ty Republicans have been in- RUDIE WILHELM, JR. vited to attend. Reservat,ons, which must be made by Tues- day, July 21, can be made by calling Mrs. William Stryker, 472-6223, or Mrs. C. L. Da- vison, 472-6264, both McWIinn- ville. Tickets for the luncheon are $1.50, Mrs. Stryker said. Wilhelm, prominent bus- inessman and civic leader in Portland, served as a represen- tative or senator from Mult- nomah County in the Oregon leg- islature from 1946 until 1959. In 1953 he was Speaker of the House. He also was elected as a delegate at large from Oregon to the 1956 NationalRe- publican Convention. The GOP leader is a past president of the Portland Cham- ber of Commeree, City Club of Portland and the Oregon Dray- men and Warehousemen's As- sociation. He is now a vice- president of Associated Oregon Industries, a director of the First National Bank of Oregon, Portland Chamber, Oregon His- torical Society, Portland Met- tropolitan Futures Unlimited, Japan Society of Oregon and a Trustee of Reed College. Sheridan Man Arrested After Mac Accident A Sheridan man was cited on two counts by McMinnviile police Sunday after his car went out of control and plunged off Baker Street into Cozine Ra- vine. Delhert J. Thompson, 43, was charged with driving while under the influence of intoxi- cating liquor and for operating a motor vehicle without a valid driver's license. Thompson was arrested on the charges about 7:45 p.m. af- ter his car plunged off the street and down a 75-foot embank- meat. When officers arrived on the scene Thompson was out of the car and the vehicle was being pulled up onto the road by a tow truck. Witnesses said the vehicle was traveling about 50 miles per hour when it apparently went out of control and left the street on a curve. Thompson, who was released on bail Monday morning, told police he was not driving the car when the accident occur- red. He is scheduled to appear in District Court on the two charges later in the week. Local Pastor Burned By Gas Listed in "good condition" at Sacred Heart hospital in Eugene early this week was Rev. E1wln Moore of Sheridan who sustained serious burns when flaming gasoline spray- ed on ldm last week near Dex- ter dam. Rev. Moore, pastor of the Sheridan Nazarene church re- ceived the burns when he was working on his automobile. He apparently was primingthe car- buretor after the car failed to run. The blazing gasoline primarily burned his chest and arms, according to reports. Due At Hall State Senator Alfred Corhett, Democratic candidate for the Oremn Secretary of State post, is scheduled to stop at the Sher- idan American Legion hall at 8:30 a.m. Friday, according to Mayor Mel Ages. Sen. Corbett will meet with area residents who wish to stop by the Legion hell and chat with him about the campaign.