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School Opens In Sh00ridanWith 1/2 Day Session Full Class Schedule Set Today With Program FIVE NEW teachers greeted students Wednes- day at Sheridan High when classes opened for the year. They are (left to right)Mrs. Pauline M. Ellintt, Richard W. Zlnn, Miss Jene M. Hoerth, M. D. Woolley and Mrs. Judith F. An- derson. (Sun Photo 1485) Students poured out of the three Sheridan schools shortly before noon Wednesday after a morning of short introductory class sessions. A full class schedule gets underway at the high school and the two grade schools, Faulcon- er end Chapman today. The school system's hot lunch pro- gram also starts today at Chap- man and the high school, with Faulconer students moving by bus to the high school for the lunch program. Greeting students on the first day of school were five new teachers at the high school, four at Chapman and three at Faulconer. Teachers and oth- er local school personnel took time out from thelr prepara- tions for classes with the an- nual school family picnic Tues. day evening at Grenfell Park. At Willamina, schools will not open for class sessions un- til next Monday, but registra- tion is planned for Friday, ac- cording to new high schoolprin- cipal Fred Mclntyre and grade school head Don Mitchell. Calendar for the school year in Sheridan shows a day off for students on Friday, Oct. 14, when state curriculum meet- Ings are held. Then comes the Veterans Day holiday on Friday, Nov. 11, and two days off for Thanksgiving Thursday and Friday, Nov. 24 and 2,% No school will be held the week of Dec. 26 for the Christ- mas holiday and classes will resume Tuesday, Jan. 3, after the New Year's celebration. Students will be off for a day in February when the teachers will be involved with In-service training. Spring vacation starts Monday, March 18, and last holiday for the school year comes on Memorial Day, Tues- day, May 30. Graduation plans call for eighth graders to get their di- plomas on Thursday, June 1, and high school graduates to get their degrees on Friday, June 2. High school bacca- laureate will be Wednesday eve= ning, May 81. Sheridan kindergarten regis- tration will be from 9:.30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Methodist Church# according to Mrs. Boyd Thomas. % NOT ALL of the youngsters at Faulconer Grade school could find the right school bus when classes let out after a short morning session. With assistance from teachers and drivers all the children made the trip home. (Sun Photo 1484) Vol. 67-No. 42 THE SHERIDAN SUN, SHERIDAN, OREGON. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1966 6 Pages-10 i, AT FAULCONER Grade school, three new teachers have started the new school year. New to the staff are (left to right) Mrs. Ade- Fellowship Birthday Event Set Members with September birthdays will be honored at the Friday meeting of the Phil er- idan Fellowship for senior citi- zens. Entertainment at 1:30 p.m. is being arranged by the Game committee and will follow a 1 p.m. musical interlude. A sack lunch, complete with ice cream line Bontrager, Mrs. Patrlcla Y. Jordan and Miss Judith A. Nice. (Sun Photo 1486) and cake, is planned. The morning hours will be   spent in arts, crafts and games. :  ..... For the Friday, Sept. 16,  B Fellowship meeting, a trip to : the Herbert Hoover house in .................... Newberg is being planned, ac- cording to Ted Schoeppe, Fel- 1owshlp president. Plans call for the Newberg trip to start at 10:30 a.m., with : x ': the group going to the Newberg "  i city park to eat a sack lunch. ........................ The trip to the Hoover home is ....................................................... planned for 1 p.m. ............. Planning is continuing for the big Fellowship Fair event, slat- ed for the Friday, Sept. 23 meeting. h Sheridan Artist NEW TEACHERS at Chapman Grade school, Group To Meet ta00ing with Principal Lea De00rt and secre- tary Mrs. John Funk (at right) are Robert G. The Sheridan Artist group is slated to hold their first Ronde Repods meeting of the winter season next Monday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.Legionatl..lall.the Sherldan American 145 Students Anyone interested in partici- patlng in art projects with the GRAND RONDE -- Student group is invited to attend, registration at Grand Ronde Grade school reached 145 Wednesday, according to Prin- cipal Rex Brown. Auxiliary To Meet There were 142 students reg- istered on opening day of school After the summer vacation last year, he reported. the Sheridan Unit, American The principal said school of- Legion auxiliary will resume ficlals expect enrollment to be meetings Monday evenlng, sept. completed by the end of this 19. week. Action Due On Wage Sheridan lVillamina Clash Bill; House Makes Change In O00ening Football Test The U. S. House of Repre- retired persons who might be sentatives conference com.. hired for certain specific duties mittee Tuesday removed the and in some other cases. Prouty "averaging " amend- The bill, minus the amend- ment from a proposed Senate ment, now goes Imck to the minimum wage bill, a step that Senate which will either con- has caused considerable con- firm or deny the conference cern among local farm leaders, report. Action was expected Wally Job.son, prominent sometime Thursday. Yamhill County farmer and can- Johnson said concerned em- didate for the County's seat in pioyers should wire their con- the state House of Representa- gressioual delegation urging tires, said deletion of the that the averaging clause be amendment could have serious written back into the bKl be- economic effect on employers, fore passage. The clause provided that if the average wages paid by an employer came uptominlmum Willamina Man wage levels, the employer could in some instances pay less than the minimum. This would be Hit By Charge in the case of older semi- Johnson, Mrs. Sheila A. 8tolck and R. Kent Cooper. Not pictured is Gene E. Weeks, new sixth grade teacher. (Sun Photo 1487) PHIL SHERIDAN WEATHER By MRS. HAROLD FULLER H L P Wednesday, August 31 81 39 .00 Thursday, September 1 81 38 .00 Friday, September 2 79 43 .00 Saturday, September 3 89 48 .00 Sunday, September 4 94 43 .00 Monday, September 5 88 48 .00 Tuesday, September 6 78 42 .00 A WKlamina man has been indicted by the Yamhill County grand Jury on a charge of neg- ligent homicide in connection with a fatal traffic accident May 21. Joseph Grimm appeared in Yamhlll County Circuit Court Friday, Sept, Z, and was ar- raigned on the charge. The court set Sept. 21, as the date when Grimm must enter a plea to the charge. He was re- leased from custody after post- ing $5,000 bail. Grimm is accused by the grand Jury of negligence in an accident which took the life of a Portland man, Harold Wool- ford. The indictment was sworn out on Sept. 1. Johnson Event Draws Speaker F. F. "Monte" Montgomery, speaker of the Oregon House of Representatives, will be the keynote speaker at a Wally Johnson for Representative Chicken Barbecue Thursday, Sept. 8 at the McMinnville Grange hall An all-you-can-eat guaranty is good with each ticket to the barbecue a spokesman said, and servings will include 1 1/4 pounds of chicken for eachper- son In attendance, plus potato salad, relishes, rolls, coffee and dessert. Serving will start at 6:30 p.m. and will continue until 7:80 wflh Montgomery speak- ing at about 8 p.mo Any persons wishing trans- portation to the McMinnvflle Grange hall, which is located on the old Sheridan road, may call 472-7629 or 472-6827 and rides both ways wKl be ar- ranged. Anyone desiring tic- kets also may call these two numbers. Members of the John- son executive committee alao are selling tickets. Traditional football battles, such as that between Sheridan and Wlllamina, shouldn't come up the first game of the season! But that's the way the sched- ule-makers arranged it and the Spartans clash with the Bull- dogs at Sheridan Friday night. Game time is 8 p.m. Question marks fill the heads of both coaching staffs, as they try to figure the unknown of their own teams against the un- known opposition. State Fair Awards Taken Grand Ronde area 4-Hers captured many ribbons at the state fair last week. Robert Soules won a champ- ion ribbon on his individual score in the rock identification contest. Larry Wood a blue ribbon and Roger Soules awhlte ribbon on t h I r individual scores. These three repre- sented Polk county and placed second in team competition. Polk County Field Crop Ident- ifieation team captured a blue ribbon in team competition, h- dlvldunl ribbons were Doug Fanning, Ballston area, blue; Dennis Werth, Grand Ronde area, red; Dan Beruards, Dal- las area, red. Polk County dairy exhibitors won a blue ribbon for herds- nmnship. Exhibiting a Holstein heifer was Beverly Bailey of Valley Junction, who won a blue ribbon for breed and white in showmanship. PoLk County beef exhibitors won the champ- ii Communitg Events FRIDAY, Sept. 9 Football - Wfllamina at Sher- idan. WSCSo Phil Sheridan Fellowship for senior citizens. MONDAY m Sept. 12 Garden Club, PTA Executive Board. American Legion Auxiliary Unit 75. TUESDAY, Sept. 13 Buell Grange. IOOF. Willamina Quarterback Club. Fire Department Auxiliary. Kiwanis Club. ELCWo WEDNESDAY, Sept, 14 Rotary, Noon. Circle 3 of the Methodist Church will meet at 2:30 with Grace Bradley. THURSDAY Sept. 15 Primrose Rebekah 184. FRIDAY, Sept. 16 Footlmll - Sheridan at Amity. Football - Phllomath at Wil. lamina. Phil Sheridan Fellowship for senior citizens. ionshlp in herdsmen. Exhibit- ing a Black Angus heifer was Steven Bailey of Valley Junc- tion, who won a red ribbon on breed and placed red in show- manship. Polk county sheep exhibitors won a blue ribbon for herds- manship. Individual awards won by Section 8 exhibitors were Beverly Eisele, show- manship, white, Dorset ewe, 2nd blue, Dorset yearling ewe, Ist, red, Hampshire lamb, white; Janice Eisele, show- manship, blue, Hampshire ewe, red, Hampshire yearling ewe, white, Hampshire lamb, white Annie Eisele, showmanship, blue, Columbia ewe, 2nd blue, Columbia yearling ewe, 1st, red, Hampshire lamb, red. Individual awards were won on exhibits by the following: Geology HI, Dennis Werth, blue; JeAnne Werth, white. They exhibited 40 rocks and miner- als. Geology H, Robert Soules, blue; Roger Soules, blue; Larry Wood, blue; Steven Barley, red. They exhibited 30 rocksand ma- terials. Geology I, Patricia Johnson, white; Doug Eisele, white; Dolores Eisele, red. They exhibited 10 rock and min- erals. Entomology HI, insect Life, Jim Werth, blue. He ex- hibited 50 mounted and identi- fied insect specimens and show- ed insect damage to trees and garden plants. Entomology If, Know Your Bugs, Dennis Werth, blue. He exhibited 25 mounted and identified specimens and showed the life historyofa Yel- low Jacket. Entomology I, Bug Catcher, Dolores Eisele, red, who ex- hlblted 10 mounted and identi- fied specimens. Forestry I, Doug Eisele, white; Dolores Eisele, white. They exhibited 10 pressed and identified Spec- imens of Oregon trees and shrubs. F o o d Adventures, Cooking m Janel Reid, nut bread, white. Intermediate home economics, individual demonstration, Steven Bailey, blue. Gardening, junior, Do. lores Eisele, blue; senior, An- nie Eisele, red. Phase V sew- ing, Annie Eisele, blue. Elec- tricity II, Fun with Low Volts, Robert Soules, blue; Robert Amerine, red. Polk county fair winners not listed were Beverly Bailey, bread, blue; vegetables, Bev- erly Bailey, blue; Steven Bai- ley, blue; Leo Bailey, blue; Geology I Robert Soules, blue; Roger Soules, blue; Steven Bai- ley, blue; Larry Wood, blue. The Spartans of Sheridan have a backfield boasting some ex- perience, but Quarterback Klm Miller will be seeing his first varsity action as the first- string signal-caller. Up front, the Spartan line also has a record of exper- ience in some positions, but others are being filled by un- tried grldders. Head Coach Dick Zinn said his Spartan footballers will take the field with a winning atti- tude and the desire to hit some- body - hard enough to make up for an over-all lack of size. The problems are much the same in Bulldogville, accord- ing to the Willamina coaches. The 'dogs also are hampered by a basic lack of squad depth, although maybe not as much as Sheridan. One of the biggest question marks in Wlllamiua is how the all-new Bulldog backfield will work. None of the probable starters were first-stringers in the 1965 season. The Hulldogs also claim an over-all lack of size, but the linemen boast a hack of a lot more experience than the backs in most of the line posts. Starting Quarterback is Fred Mchtyre, a transfer from Drain, while running from the fullback slot will be Bob Smith, a transfer from Sheridan. Run- nlng beck will be Ted Kilgore, while AI Halvorson will be in the wingback slot. Probable offensive starters in the 8p.m. "CivllWar"meet- ing for the Spartans are Bob Perry and Tim Hays at ends; Ken Berkey and Kelth Neely at tackles; Ron Fleener and Tom Hays at guards; John Krauthoe= fer or Jeff Yoder at center. At quarterback with Miller will be John Ridgeway, while Lynn Martin, Dan Tibbets, Doug La- tham and Gerald Heilinger will see action in the other hack- field posts. Jaycees Slate Census Speaker Process of census enumer- ation will be outlined for the Sheridan Junior Chamber of Commerce at the organization's Monday night meeting, accord- ing to President Gary Howard. The local Jaycees have vol- nnteered to perform the task o determining a r e a population figures in the coming project. Speaker at the Monday night session, Howard reported, will be Dr. Earl H. MacCannell of the Bureau of Population Re. search at Portland State col- lege. Dr. MacCannell will explain the census enumeration process for the Jaycees prior to their starting on the project, Howard announced, #J