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m-n-i00 aP00'l00 n--n a[ n i Vol. 65-No. 52 THE SHERIDAN SUN, SHERIDAN, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1964 4 Pages - I0 WillamJna, Sheridan GrJdders All-Stars 6 Sparts, 5 Bulldogs Gain 14 First, Second Team Positions Grldders from the Sheridan Spartan and Willamina Bulldog football squads captured 14 po- sitions of the 44 openings on the Yawama league first and second team offensive and de- fensive lineups, according roan announcement from league of- ficials. Gaining first team positions on the all-league offensive unit were Quarterback Bill Chris- man and End Pat Markee of the Spartan varsity. Nabbing first team offensive honors for the Bulldog squad was Halfback Kerry Lumley. Two Sheridan starters, Halfback Verne Lochner and Linebacker Ed Munson, gained all-league first team defensive honors, while End Skip Endres of the Bulldogs also was tab- bed for first unit defensive honors. Representing the Bulldog PAT MARKEE Sheridan Four positions on the sec- ond team all-league defensive unit were nailed down by Wil- lamina gridders. Herzbergwas named to tackle position, while Lumley was selected for one of the halfback posts. Grabbing off the other defensive halflyackpo- sition on the second unit was John Holt, while Stan Mode was named to one of the lineback- ing positions. VERNE LOCHNER Sheridan footbaUers on the second team all-league offensive unit are Endres and Tackle I.e Herz- berg, while Center Bill Kadell was named from the Spartan 'ql". One position on the second unit in defensive selection was taken by a Spartan grldder, Ken Berkey, named to the ec- end team at tackle. ED MUNSON She rldan Fires In Area Get Quick Action By Local Firemen Damage was undetermined, firemen said. Chimney hous- ing was damaged in the morn- ing fire. Recent cold weather in Sher- idan resulted in two flue fires and calls for the volunteer fire department, according to de- partment reports. No damage was caused when a poor flue connection resulted in a minor blaze at the home of Bill Bowers at 147 N. W. Sher- man street about 8:45 a.m. Saturday. A badly cracked flue at the Ernle Bailer home at 531 N. W. Sherman street resulted inn small blaze that caused fire- men several hours of problems before they finally were able to completely extinguish it. NEW BROWNIE-JUlle Posey, a second grader at Chapman school, became a Brownie Monday night when Mrs. Wayne LeRoy pinned on her BILL CHRISMAN SKIP ENDRES KERRY LUMLEY Sheridan Wlllamina Willamina LEE HERZBERG BILL KADELL KEN BERKEY WillarrLtna Sheridan Sheridan She rida n Coach, Sees A tractor fire, caused by a leaky gasoline tank, resulted Building Year Coming A gloomy forecast on a gloomy day! That is what Head Basket- ball Coach Bob Close bad for the upcoming Sheridan High School basketball season Tuesday morning. Close said injuries have re- moved several of his top cagers from practice and even from competition during the 1964-65 season. But, he said, lack of experience, height and several other problems will prevent the Spartan basketeers from having a title-winning season when they open the court wars next month. in approximately $150 damage Hardest to take for Close is at the Eugene Watktns place the loss for the entire season on Harmony road the morning of letterman Verne Loclmer, a of Nov. 14. Firemen quickly starting guard on last year's qauelcbed the blaze. Local volunteers were call- fivesome, which went into the ed to the Taylor Lumber corn- league playoffs. Lochner sus- party shortly after noon on Nov. tained a heavily bruised kidney 16 when sparks from a burner during the recent football sea- started a fire in the fuel bin. son and will not he able to per- Damage was listed at about $25. form on the basketball court this year. Graham. Several young girls were inducted into the organization during ceremonies at Chapman school. (Sun Photo 413) A back injury sustained by Tom Eisele will keep him off the practice court until after Christmas and Close said, even he may be lost for the entire year. Another letterman lost on the injury route is senior Scott Kyle, who will not be able to practice until at least next week because of a broken bone in his foot. Close said only one or two seniors will be in the starting lineup, pointing up the lack of experience of the team. Even wRh the seniors only one has had any experience, the coach point- ed out. Because of the youthfulness of the ball club, made up al- most entirely of players up from last year's Junior varsity, suc- cess of the Sheridan season will depend on how fast they develop in early games. But with the overall lack of height, Close an- nounced, Sheridan will play a tight defensive game because of the lack of a real offensive scoring potential. Practicing with the Spartan squad are seniors Bill Stuck, Mark Lyon, Erling Skovdal, for= eign exchange student at Sher- idan from Denmark, and Pat Markee. Juniors out for drills are Bill Chrisman, Bill Ka- dell and Dave Baurnan, while sophomores out are Ken Ber- ky, Gene Hale and Robert Perry. Close said the latter pair may see some junior var- sRy action. A tall freshman, Keith Neeley, may see some Sheridan UGN At Half Point varsity play during the season, too, the Sheridan basketball mentor stated. Sherldan's season opens Fri- day, Dec. 11, at Gervais, be- fore the squad opens at home with the annual Sheridan Invita- tion Basketball tournament the following weekend. THURSDAY, Nov. 26 Thanksgiving. Sheridan school 2-day holiday begins. FRIDAY, NOV. 27 Phil Sheridan Fellowship. MONDAY, Nov. 30 Farmer-Merchant Dinner, 7 p.m., Sheridan High school. TUESDAY, Dec. 1 Ethel Rebekah Lodge 162. Trinity Luth. Ladies Aid. WEDNESDAY, Dec. 2 Rotary, Noon. Sheridan Lodge 64 AF&AM. WSCS meeting, 2 p.m., Meth- odist church. THURSDAY, Dec. 3 Junior Class Play. United Good Neighbors fund FRIDAY, Nov. 27 raising campaign has reached approximately the bali-way Phll Sheridan Fellowship, point in Sheridan, to keep pace Junior Class Play. with drive efforts in the rest of Yamhill County. According to local drive chairman Art I-lebert, the drive SATURDAY, Dec. 5 in Sheridan has topped the $800 mark in approaching the half- Girl Scout cooked food sale way point of the $1632 goal in & rummage sale, Pelzer the community. Quota for the entire county is $30,725. garage. Sheddan Weather L. H. P. Tuesday, Nov. 17 25 56 .00 Wednesday, Nov. 18 23 54 .00 Thursday, Nov. 19 22 52 .00 Friday, Nov. 20 24 48 .00 Saturday, Nov. 21 19 54 .00 Sunday, Nov. 22 36 48 .$2 Monday. Nov. 23 44 51 . Santa Due In Sheridan Dec. 5; Merch ants Set Gift Chances On Wheel Old St. Nick will arrive in Sheridan on Saturday, Dec. 5, with candy and smiles for Phll Sheridan Country children, as well as kicking off Christmas retail promotion event featur- ing more than 60 valuable prizes, according to Chamber of Commerce President Art Hebert. Santa Claus is due to arrive on a Sheridan Volunteer Fire department truck about 2 pom. that Saturday, Hebert said, aRer receiving word from the North Pole base of operations of Santa. The wheel of fortune will he in operation at the Sheridan branch of the U. S. National Bank, with participants slated to win tickets to enter a mul- titude of drawings being plan- ned throughout the Sheridan business community. Probably more than 20 Sheridan bus- inesses will he featuringprizes for their drawings, with plans calling for drawings oa Satur- day, Dec. 12, Saturday, Dec. 19, and just prior to Christmas Eve on Dec. 24. The vast ma- Jority of the merchants will be offering a valuable prize for each of the three drawings sla- ted in each of the participating stores. Already signed up to partic- ipate in the big pre-Christmas drawing give-away are Agee's Marketerla, Ivte Hardware, Hellinger's Department store, Junior Class Slates 3 Act Comedy Here Final touches are being put on roles for this year's Sher- ida High School Junior class play, "Charley's Aunt," slated for a two-night run next Thurs- day and Friday, Dec. 3 and 4. Opening night of the com- edy production is slated as "students' night" while the Fri- day night presentation will be for adults in the community. The three-act play is under the direction of Mrs. Fern Eber- hart. Featured in the cast are Cur- tis Chamberlain as Stephen 8pettlgul; David Pratt as Col. Sir Francis Chesney; Arvard Martin as Jack Chesney, the colonel's son; Terry Reid as Charley Wykeham; John Wake- field as Lord Fancourt Babber- Icy; Jerry Jackson as Bras- serf; Jodi Heilinger as Donna Lucia d'Alvadorez; Charlette Cast as Amy Spettigue; Val- erie Lyon as Kitty Verdun; and Patty Thompson as Ela Dela= hay. With Mrs. Eberhart on the production staff are Jennie Wirfs, assistant director;Diane Huntley, serving as prompt- ress; Betty Manary and Donna Evans in charge of properties; Jerry Smith as stage manager; and Betty Dent, heading the make-up crew. First of the three acts is cen- tered in Jack Chesney's rooms at college, while the comedy moves to the garden outside these rooms in the second act. The living room of the Spet- tigue house is the center of ac- tion in the third and final act. Mrs. Eberhart expressed the junior class appreciation for assistance with the production received from the Phil Sher- idan Belles, Mrs. Ray Agee, Miss Bea Curry, Linfleld col- lege and the 1Homemaking de- partment for the properties which they loaned. the Western Auto store, Hi- Among prizes planned for the Way Market, the Dairy Queen, big event are an electric can Ellingsworth's Super Market, opener, a set of bathroom Tuggle Chevrolet company, the scales, a basketball goal set, U. S. Bank, Sheridan Shell Ser- ladies' dress shoes, turkeys, vice station, Stuck Electric, wrist watches, cameras, rugs, Valley Cleaners, Sheridan Var- electric clocks, an automatic lety store and the Coast-to- corn popper with 10 pounds of Coast store. Many other bu- popcorn, two pounds of butter inesses are yet to be contac- and two packages of caramels, ted on participation, rugs, blankets and blouses. Red Prairie Topic Slated At Farmer.Merchant Feed Replies have been coming in to the Chamber of Commerce office from farmers expressing their intention o attend the annual Sheridan ChamL:,er's Farmer-Merchant dinner event next Monday night at the Sheridan High School cafetorium. The dinner will get underway at 7 p.m., according to Chairman Bob Cole. Slated to speak on "The Future of Irriga- tion in the Willamette Valley" is Norman H. Moore, assistant regional director of the Bureau of Reclamation. Moore has his head- quarters in the bureau's Boise regional of- rice. The replies to the chamber are coming in from more Umn 200 invitations mailed to area farm residents. Cole pointed out that farmers will he guests of the Sheridan business and professional people. All replies are due in today. The dinner chairman said that Moore, in his talk, will give a brief rundown on the progress of the Red Prairie project. Early reports on the big irrigation project, slated for construction in the Sheridan-Buell area, are currently in the reclamation bureau's Boise office. Plans call for the Red Prairie project to be located in the Buell-Sheridan vicinRy, just north of another large reclamation pro- ject, the Monmouth-Dallas Involved in the project will be storage of 57,500 acre-feet of water at the gorge damsite on Mill Creek. This amount of water will provide an ade- quate amount for irrigation of 15,500 acres, as well as providing for municipal and in- dustrial water, fish and wildlife, water quality control, recreation and flood control. i PORTRAYING CHARLEY'S Aunt in the play of the same name to be presented next Thursday and Friday nights, Dec. 3 and 4, at 8 p.m. by the Sheridan High School Junior class is John Wakefield. He is shown during rehearsal with Valorie Lyon, who plays Kitty Verdun in the 3-act comedy. (Sun Photo 409) BROWNIE LEADER Mrs. Floyd Owens is shown administering the Brownie oath to Dian- atba Calhoun, a third grade student who he- came a full-fledged Brownie Scout during Mon- day night ceremonies. (Sun Photo 414)