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Area Group To Review Red Prairie Report With Officials UGN Captain ....... - 'Tis a Privilege - - to Live in the Ph, il Sheridan Counfry ............. Trip To Salem Scheduled Friday; Final 'Touch Up' Meeting Set I For MondaYo00 - " - Now Underway On Pmposa! Good Neighbors fund drive in . 't , , . , briefing session on the Red moving through the necessary Sheridan is scheduled for Mon- day at 7:30 p.m. at the Sheridan branch of the U. S. national bank, according to Art Hebert, chairman of the campaign in Spurts Roar From Behind the community. Assisting Hebert with the To Smash Philomathl0000u6 e and team captains Mesdames Callle Heider, Beverly Wil- liams, Inez Sanders, Pearl Nickerson, Delores Gross, Road Trip TO Yamhi Barbara Knutson, Hortense Palmer, Bernlece Smith, Rachel Flatch and Ruby Kunzler. Speaker at the kickoff meet- lng will be Bruce Huffma% public relations chairman for the Yamhill county UGN organ- ization. He will discuss the "Importance of People to People in U." Hebert announced the drive to collect Sheridan's share of the $30,725 campaign goal in the county will be getting under- way next week. The funds bene- fit 25 participating agencies, many of which assist youngsters in need of help, and remove the necessity of each agency hold- ing a fund-raising drive of its own. Also scheduled to attend the informational meeting are Sld Huwaldt, county campaign chairman, and Charles Freel- ing, county UGN president. Ac- cording to Hebert, the county of- ficials will bring a large ther- mometer to record progress of the fund-raising efforts in Sher- idan. Team captains will receive worker's kits and other infor- mative material for use in the drive when they attend the kick- off meeting, Hebert announced. A tremendous second half Igniting the Sheridan offense carried the Sheridan Spartans for the five second halt touch- to a come-from-behind 31-6 downs was the pinpotnt passing football conquest of Phllomath of Quarterback Bill ChrLsman and the sparkling catches by Vern Loclmer and Pat Markee. The local gridders rolled 144 yard in the second half on their way to two third-quarter touch- downs and three fourth-quarter scores. Quarterback Bill ChrLsman was the hero of the night for Sheridan plunging one yard for Friday night at Sheridan in a third round Yawama league game. The Sparts trailed 6-0 at half-time. Enrollment Record Set HOSPIrALIZED Saturday morning in a Mc- Minnvllle hospital with serious inJur/ss fol- lowing this mishap were two harldan res- htents, Norman yoder25, and Georganne Meal" dars 24 driver of the ear in the oroground. Slightly injured in the other car were two Day- ton girls. State police said that the Mlders car pullsd out in front of the Dayton vehicle which was coming down the hill (James Green Photo) NUMEROUS ITEMS on sale at the Phil Sher- Idan Fellowship Fair last Friday drew close inspection prior to purchase from many of the more than 200 visitors to the event. Brunch was served throughout the day. (,Sun Photo 321) Services Held For Tot Killed In Auto Mishaps 00Willamina Women Hurt Jvl Funeral servioos for three- when he was thrown from a car year-old Jeffery Jay Bailer, who was killed Friday aRer- noon, Sept. 25, 1964 in a one- car mishap, were held Monday afternoon at Adamson's Sheri- dan Funeral home. Rev. Zara Potter officiated and interment was in Green Crest Memorial park in Sheridan. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Bailer of 264 Walnut street, Willamina, Jeffery was killed Area Residents Receive Call and it rolled on him near Dal- las, according to Oregon State Police. The accident happened when the right front wheel of the car, driven by his mother, Mrs. Patricia Bailer, 24, went off the pavement ontothe gravel shoulder, officers said. The car rolled over in a ditch on Highway 22, accordingto police. Injured in the mishap were Mrs. Bailer, who sustained a fractured right shoulder, and the boy's grandmother, Mrs. Pearl Blackwell, 62, also of Willamina, who suffered cuts Five Phil Sheridan Country and bruises. They both were residents have been tapped for hospitalized in Dalias in "good'' potential Jury duty in Yamhill condition. Escaping injury was County Circuit Court, accord- Jeffery's brother, Douglas, 4. ing to County Clerk Jack Bee- Mrs. Biackwell is Mrs. Bai- ler. Those named are scheduled ler's mother. to report at 9:30 a.m. Wednes- Young Jeff was born June 20, day, Oct. 14. 1961 in McMinnville. Survi- Named from Sheridan were vors include his parents, his Clifford V. Brid% Betty Z. brother and his grandparents, Hemstreet and Belle Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baller of Willis L. Edwards of Grand Rt. 2, Sheridan and Mr. and Ronde and Elsie E. Haake of Mrs. Pearl Blackwell of Rt. Willamina also were named 2, Wiliamina. .......... Phil Sheridan Weather ......... ,. ., ; By MRS. HAROLD FULLER " : " L. H. P. " -" Wednesday, Sept. 23d 51 79 .00 | | . Thursday, ept. 24th 46 89 .00 : the first Sheridan TD and pas- GRAND RONDE -Enrollment sing for three more. The ex- has reached an all-time high ira point attempt following of 161 students at Grand Ronde Chrlsman's run failed. Grade school, according to Pat Markee took a pass from Principal Ted Hlnshaw. Larg- Chrisman in the third period est class enrollment this year and sprinted into the end zone is 27 in the fourth grade, taught completing a 4S-yard play. The by Mrs. Edith Wright. PAT run failed. Going to school for the first Vern Loclmer grabbed an- time are 11 first graders. They other Chrisman pass and scot- are Michael Butler, Michael ed on a three-yard play in the Hanson, Rory Lash, Lori Ann fourth stanza. The point alter McKern, Bobble Pruitt, Rich- run failed. ard Reznicsek, Charles RLS- Sheridan's Munson inter- seeuw, Theresa Shaler, Linda Kay Staler, Robert Strom and cepted a Warrior pass a little Mary Ann Vales. Mrs. Lflllan later in the same quarter and LaChance Is the first grade galloped 43 yards for touchdown teacher. Confirmed on Page 7 National : Friday, Sept. 25th 40 66 .00 : .  Saturday, Sept. 26th 36 78 .00 : | Sunday, Sept. 27th 38 82 .00 : Monday, Sept. 28th 37 74 .00 : Weeh uoserveafL------J -" Tuesday, Sept. 29t. 45 63 .05 " , ommmmowmmoommimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmommmmmB,0mmim SETTING UP a display in the Saekett and Wright Insurance agency windows for Na- tional 4-H week, through Saturday, were Marlyn Woodall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woodall, and Mrs. Don Cooley. Several prtzo winning projects from the state fair aro on display* (Sun Photo 323) In This Area "Learning for Living ' ' I. the theme of National 4-H Club Week, being observed by :i Phil Sheridan Country 4-Hers from Sept. 27 through Satur- day, Oct. 3, according to Car- oline Blomberg, Yamhlll Coun- ty Extension agent, 4-H Club work. For National 4-H Week in Sheridan, a display of award- winning items from the Ore- gun State Fair have been plan- ed on display in the windows at the Sackett and Wright In- surance agency. On display are ribbon winners prepared by LaVon Mauer, Janet Mauer and Marlyn Woodall. LaVon is a member of the Canning Ket- tles 4-H club and her sister, Janet, belongs to the Recipe Searchers 4-H club. Marlyn is a member of the Happy Rippers 4-H group as are the two Mauer girls. Miss Blomberg said the 4-H Youth Educational Program of A LONG SUNDAY afternoon was anoountered Oregon State university and the by Sheridan Volunteer fireman when they an. U. S. Department of Agricul- swered a mutual aid call from the McJLtun- lure is planned to provide youth ville department to help ltttle a brush, grass and oak grove fire In the Muddy Valley area Continued on Page 7 ha-way between Sheridan and McMinnville. Prairie Irrigation project re- port before it leaves the Salem office of the Bureau of Recla- mation. Lloyd Palmer, chairman of the Land Owners committee, which has been keeping tabs on the report in Its preparation steps, said a carload of the committee representatives will he Joined by a carload of dele- gates from the Chamber of Commerce to attend the ses- sion. Slated at 2:30 p.m., the briefing session will be con- ducted at the Bureau of Recla- mation offices in Salem, ac- cording to John F. IMangan, area engineer with the bureau. Palmer pointed out thi.s week that the report has reached the place "where final touches are being added" prior to sending it on to the Boise offices of the Bureau of Reclamation. Members of the Land Owners committee, meeting last Thurs- day night in Sheridan, were in agreement, Palmer said, with the idea that the group should be expanded to become a proJect committee. This would include addition to the board of mem- bers from the City of Sheridan and from the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce. Both Palmer and Art Hebert, president of the chamber, said THURSDAY, Oct. I Rainbow Girls. FRIDAY, Oct. 2 Phil Sheridan Fellowship. Football, Sheridan vs. Yam- hill-Carlton at Yamhill. MONDAY, Oct. 5 Garden Club, 2 p.m. Sheridan City Council, 8p.m., City Hall. Sheridan Chamber of Com- merce, 12 noon, Sheridan Cafe. Jayvee Football, Sheridan at Willamina. Sheridan UGN Team Cap- rain's Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Sher- idan Branch, U. S. National Bank. TUESDAY, OCt. 6 Trinity Luth. Ladies Aid. Ethel Rebekah Lodge 162 Continued on Page 2 Cable Laying Project Slated Laying of new underground cabling facilities to the new Oregon Washington Telephone company building is scheduled to get underway next Monday, accordin g to Dean Filler, area manager of the phone firm. Filler saithe Abrams Con- struction company of Portland, project contractor, will begin laying the underground cable on Harney and Schley streets next Monday. The manager pointed out this $25,000 project will provide the entrance cable for the new tel- ephone company building now under construction at the cor- ner of Harney and Sampson streets, across from the Sher- idan post office. One of the Sheridan trucks at the scene of the 3S-acre fire is shown on tim right. A loeB/ fireman, Dr. ]3. J. Miller, is in a Port- land hospital with a paralysed left arm and leg as result of a fall he took while fighting the fire. (James Green Photo) procedures will have to he put into play. Palmer said his committee has started to out- line such a program for the coming year. "It will be ab- solutely necessary, " they agreed, "that the city officials and the chamber give all of the assistance possible to the pro-. Ject committee group in keep- ing the report moving along to its completion". The city has filed application for water for industrial and consumer uses from the dam project when it is completed, so the project is not only for the benefit of area farms to use in Irrigation, it was point- ed ont. Firemen Battle Aid Call Fire; Miller Injured Volunteer firemen from Sheridan put in several hours of valuable mutual aid assis- tance Sunday in helping Mc- Minnville firemen battle a 3S- acre blaze in the Muddy Valley area 7 1/2 miles southwest of McMiunvllle. Burned in the blaze, started when an automobile fire spread, was some grass, brush and a grove of oak trees. The auto- mobile was destroyed. fter several hours of bat- fling the spreading fire, the firemen from Sheridan and Mc- Minnvllle stopped it Just short of a fir tree farm. Paralysis Hits Paralysis in his left arm and leg has resulted in hos- pitalization in Portland of Dr. B. J. Miller of Sheridan following an acidant Stmday while he was &s#tlg &tLb scene of a fire. A volunteer fireman with the Sheridan department, Dr. Mil- ler was reported as "doing better" in traction at Good Samaritan hospital in Port- land. Other firemen repor- ted Miller fell while working with hose during a mutual aid assistance blaze to which the Sheridan department was called for mutual aid by the McMinn- viile department. Numerous tests have been conducted on the Sheridan den- tist in an effort to determine cause of the paralysls. Doc- tors have speculated that a pinched nerve may he the cause of the paralysis. When the paralysis began set- ting in alter the mishap, Miller was taken to a McMlnnvllle hos- pital for x-rays before being transferred to Portland. Sur- gery may be necessary, doctors said, to correct the ailment. A flue fire about l0 Saturday night at the Bevorly Lockwood residence at 624 E. Yamhfll street caused little damage be- fore it was extinguished by Sheridan volunteers. Insurance Firm Purchase Told At Willamina WILLAMINA - Announced this week in Willamina was purchase of the Bunn Insur- ance Agency by the Wiliamlna Insurance Agency, operated by Howard Wilmarth and Walter Morton. Effective today (Thursday) the pair of insurance men will move their office facilities from their old location at 191 E. Main to the Bunn building offices at 102 E. Main. Wilmarth and Morton point- ed out with the purchase they will he able to better serve their customers and those of the Bunn agency from the com- bined operation. The Wllla- mlna Insurance Agency handles a complete line of insurance. Wllmarth, born in Sheridan and raised in the Wiliamina and Sheridan area, has been operating the Wiliamina In- surance Agency since March of 1962. Mdrton came to Ore- gon from the mid-west in 1954. The Bunn offices have been used as insurance operations for approximately 50 years. Floyd Bunn operated the Bunn Agency since the early 19G(fSo Remodalin g of the Wlllamina Insurance Agency's new head- quarters is underway, with work scheduled to continue for the next few days, Wilmarth and Morton announced.