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ingt ;on -f Spartans Fall Before Tall Wolverines; Weekend Tourney On Tap BASKETBALL season opened Tuesday night at Sheridan High with a center-Jump between Sheridan% Ken Plemmons (12)and Santiam's Mark Sheythe. (Sun Photo 22) BASKETBALL? Early going in the Sherldan-Santlam game look- ed as if the players had football still on their minds. SheridanPs Richard Wren (24) and Verne Lochner (13) have a Santiam player in a tight spot. (Sun Photo 23) UP FOR A REBOUND are two Sheridan play- ers and one of the tall San!faro front line men in Tuesday night action. Up in the air are Sheridan's Verne Lochner (13)andDennis Had- don (25). (Sun Photo 24) Third Period Nets --- 'Tis a Privilege .- to L ive.,'n the Phil Sheridan Country ...... ;= .... Sheridan Tuesday Loss, m-m-m I "7-, .-r -- m -__----m -- rts first outing of the new still maintained that his squad .... , ,, , ,, , , ,, * ..... , ,,,,, , , sketball season, was the better of the two on Vol. 59-No. 54 THE SHERIDAN SUN, SHERIDAN, OREGON, THURgDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963 i I I IIIII ,H, I I IIIII I III R,ed Prairie-Mill Creek Study Funds Approved Playing their first game on beautiful, new home court, Spar!arts battled their tow- opponents to a standstill, an 1 i- 8 first quarter ad- and heading to thedres- rm on the long-end of a lead. The intermission seemed to drefitly on the two  when the third quarter The Arctic couldn't been colder than Sheri- and the home-town boys only six points, includ- one field goal, in the eight- round. The torrid Wol- mexnwid.le, were Jam- seven field goals and 23 through the bucket and up the third canto with healthy 43-27 lead. Some accuracy returned in final stanza for the be.. dan Hosts Visitors Invit the floor. Santlam hit 60 per cent of their foul shots, Close said, but it was really their vastly superior height that brought them the win. Leading the Skerldan offense were the 1 though out- sized, guard duo of Joe Brickell and'John Evers. Brickelltal- lie(f seven "two-pointeg's and three foul shots for 17 points in leading the Spartan scorers, while Eversdumped In 11 tallies on three baskets and five foul tosses. High score honors wont to Santiam's 6-3 Don Podrabsky, who dumped in 22 markers for the evening. He was Joined in double figure scoring by 6-3 Randy Marshall and 6-6 center Mark Sheythe. They tallied 14 and 12 points each. Other Sheridan scorers in- cluded Ed Brandt with 2, Den- nis Itddon, 6; Ken Plemmons, 1; Verne Lochner, 4; and Fred Stutzman, 1. Close started Brand!, I-Iaddon, Plemmons, Brickell and Evers against the big Santiam five. San!iambs three leadingscor- ers tallied all but 12 of the Ordination Service Slated For Papen;Reception Due Gerald T. Pap'n, C.S.C., son Father's Mission Band atNotre of Mr. and Mrs.JosephW.Pap- Dame, will preach the sermon. en of 225 NE Hill street, Sher- Other assistants at Father Ger- idan, will be ordained a Cath- ald's first Mass will be Fath- olic priest in the Congrega= er Gregory Putger, S.D.S;, tion of Holy Cross Saturday, Father Lindskugel, S. J., Fath- Dec. 21, in the Cathedral of the er Edmund Raum, S.D.S. and Immaculate Conception in Port- his two other brothers, who land. Ordaining prelate will are members of the Congrega- be the Most Rev. Edward D. lion of Holy Cross, Brother Anthony Pap,n, C.S.C., and Brother David Papen, C.S.D. Gerald was active in many school activities while attend- Ing Sheridan High School, in- cluding his captainship of the ii Wolverines' 60 counters. Ad- basketball team in the 1953- t InL After a toughw! 0n-up L ding points were Ellis Meuser, , 2; Don Cannon, 4; and Ron Oh- p mart, 6, * ) St Tuesday night, Sheridan s In the preliminary game, the i) artans head into the weekend Sheridan Junior varsity dropped ! eing two games in two nights a close one-pointdeclslontothe lring the first staging of the Wolverine Jayvees, 35-34. Er- ! eridan Invitational Basketball racttc ball handling and being i [ournament Friday and Satur- on the down-side of a 14-9 field gcal margin contributed to "=--:. r.cc=rlng to Head Basket- the near-miss. !--11 Coach Bob Close, thehome Prior to the varsity contest, Uad will host Sherwood of its Santiam's lengihtriowagedabit ! n Yawama league, North of psychological warfare on the arion of the tough Capitalcir- Spartans by demonstrating the it and Cascade Locks, one ability to Jump high enough to ! the top "B" schools in the shove the ball down through the it TWO games will be run- hoop. 54 season. During summer vacations while in school he was employed by the Sheridan Grain company and at the U.S. Plywood plant in Willamin  : The former Sheridan man comes from a family of seven boys and seven girls. Broth- ers are John of Sheridan, George of Tacoma, Wash., Ron of Salem, Father Anthony (Ed- ward), a teacher at St. Francis I I 8 Pagos-lO I 00..reaeral Bureau Head Speaks At Dallas Meet Approval was given Monday by the United States Senate for an appropriation totaling $44,700 for continuing studies by the Bureau of Reclamation on the proposed Red Prairie.. Mill Creek irrigation project, according to Sen. Wayne Morse. The Senate Appropriations sub.. committee had recommended the grant. Sen. Morse, in a letter to The Sun, stated 'qn June ltest- flied in support of this approp- rlatlonJ* He indicated he would continue to support the project on all possible occasions. The annotmcement came on the heels of good gains made at the annual meeting of the Willamette Basin Project com- mittee in Dallas last Friday. A large delegation of repre- sentatives from the Red Prairie project area, all wearing Red Prairie Project lapel labels, made a big impression on Bur- eau of Reclamation officials at the session. Featured speaker at the meeting was Floyd E. Dominy, High school in Mountain View, Calif.; Brother David, on the staff of St. Edward's univer- sity in Austin, TeXo; and Fath- ADDRESSING A LARGE group of Sheridan the educators was Dr. Harry L. Dillin, presi- er Richard. teachers and Rotary members Wednesday dent of Linfiald college. (Sun Photo 29) Three of Father Gerald's sis- night at the annual dessert session honoring commissioner of the Bureau of ieach night on the Spartans'  |L9 ters live at home. They are Grand Opening 'l!ff,p t' Rifle 72 Sherida .,..o.. Washington, D.C. ,,.=.,,,oo,. %mmun;+. GERALD T. PAPEN, C.S.C. Vicki% a senior at Sheridan . Dominy spoke briefly of the . L0pening the tourney at 7p.m. High school, and his twin sis- n history of the Bureau of Recla- i r41 be Sherwood and Cascade Howard, D. D. Archbishop of ters, Darlene and Marl,he,who !icks, with Sheridan tsking on Events Portland. Father Papenhas are inthesixthgradeatGrand A| Sheriden Injures Man Stude fs matlon, zplainedphflosophy !rth Marion in the follow-up Just completed four years of Ronde school. His other sis- n under which the agency puts to- gether projects it undertakes i! test at 8:30. theological studies at the Holy ters, all married, are Marie, and touched briefly on the wa- |On Saturdaynlght, ffrstgame Cai!enda [ Cross FathersSemlnaryinSan- Lozretta and Janet, who live Bakery Slated Taken off the"crltlcalllst" Afte d OSU lsltion will he provided at tiag% Chile. in California, and Rosemary, at Veteran's hospital in Port- n ter development program ob- served during a recent tour of i[.m. by the two losers from Father Ipen was born Dec.. who lives in Salem. land Thursday morning was Russia. I ,i previous night sfrays, whlle day, Dec. 13 10, 1935, in Tacoma, Wash., After his ordination and first ole  ePerag n akJhr; |: Fridaywlnnerswillclashat PhiJ Sheridan Fellowships. and attended public grade and Mass, Father Papen maybeas- m .. Lorenzo E. Cadenas, 23, of OREGON STATE UNIVER- In a private dinner ses- , Rt. I, Bc 139A, Sheridan. He SITY - A total of 169 students sion prior to the evening meet- =-0. The four squads will be Past Noble Grand will meet high schools in Sheridan. He slgned to any of the works of der new ownership and man- sustained serious inJuries when from Yamhill county are en- ing, representatives of the Red hting for the championship with Mrs. Floy Blair for Christ- entered the Holy Cross Fath- the Holy Cross Fathers: teach- agement, is scheduled for all- he was showing his wife a .22 rolled at Oregon State univer- Pralrle Project spoke with hy to be awarded tbe winner masparty, ers seminary at Notre Dame in Ing, home and foreign missions, day Saturday and area resl- caliber rifle he had been fir- sity this year, according to Dominy and impressed upon [tWO games,whlleplaqueswlll 1954 and the novitiate the fol- preaching retreats and mis- dents are invited to stop in at ' ing was empty. It wash t. a geographic index compiled him the potential value of the tresented to the other three FrL-Sat, Dec. 13-14 lowing year. He then returned sions, parish work, writing, the 144 8. Bridge Street shop Yamhiil County Sheriff W. L. by the registrar's office at the project to the area. He was ,, " Sheridan Invitational Basket- to Notre Dame for college and editing, publishing, for free cake and coffee any- "Bud" Mekkers said events university. iSse announced that it Is ball Tournament. philosophy and wasgraduatedin Bulb Snatchers presented withaiapellabeland 1959. Thereupon he was as- time from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. leading up to the mishap went ,ed the weekend tournament Monday, Dec. 16 signed to Chile for theology, According to DICk Swinney, this way: Cadenas and his wife A breakdown of the Yamhifl wOreseveralit hundredWhen hedelegatesspoke to as-the becomefrom anCascadesrml Locks,/falr* P.T.A. Father Pa)en will celebrate ." u Penalties a new Sheridan resident, the had been drLking in the area county total shows 12 from sembled at the grade school a tall team, will City Council meeting, his first solemn Mass in the e bakery was cleaned 'from top and returned to their home Sheridan. They are Dennis meeting site. to bottom" prior to its recent about 10 p.m. Monday. She Leon Barstad, Robert W. Clot% yers t[lortedly !Y overnight Friday ,with Church of the Good Shepherd He thennarratedafilm,"The Jridan High basketeers, the Tuesday, Dec. 17 in Sheridan on Sunday, Dec. A promise of swift retribu- reopening. The shop was clos- was doing the laundry while Charles R. Fagan, Richard E. tch reported. He also said 22. A reception is planned tion has been made by Sheridan ed for appr(imataly a month he was outside target shooting. Fuller, Oscar A. Gutbrod, Great River" which traces the |-te entertainment will be Sheridan Basketball at Day- for him at the American Legion Police Chief Harry Hayes for before Swinney, new manager Mekkers said Cadenas then be- Douglas G. HIll, William L. development of the Columbia I Vided the crowds by the ton. hall from 1 to 4 p.m. that day. anyone caught stealing outdoor of the operation, took over. gan to show his 18-month-old Hubble, Joyce L. Rogers, My- River system and explains fu- Iridan High band and the Ethel Rebekah Lodge. His brother, Father Richard lights from Christmas decora- A special bargain for visitors son how to shoot the rifle when ron Daniel Shenk, Ronald J. ture plans for the development'. r ikettesaSheridanHighpep Papen, C.S.C. of the Holy Cross tions, to the shop wfll be a dozen cake Mrs. cadenasobJected. Sloan, Carla M. Vaughn and Scouts In GR He satd two small youngsters, donuts at 49 cents, the new Mskkers said Cadenas then Sally R. Wepster. ,,underthndirecUonofMrs. Wedneeday, Dec. 18 Phil Sh( ridan only 6 or 7 y,rs old, were manager announced. Serving held the rifle to his chin to Other county totals include Camp For Night tL k DllILn., The group will found to have stolen somebulbs customers at the Sheridan Bak- show her the gun was empty Amity, 7; Carlton, 5; Dayton, trsent precision marching Rotary, noon. ...lues. Past Matrons will meet with in the last few days, "but they ery will be Hazel Bryant, pre- and pulled the trigger. The 17; Dundee, 6; McMlnnville, |i)i . . MrsoROY Wakefield, 6:45. Pot-C0unr,, Weatl00el were too young to realize the viously employed at the oper- bullet entered his chin, passed 62; Newberg, 37; Wlllamina, GRAND RONDE -- Grand ' ........................... : luck and Christmas party. ' , lights Were something more atlon. Swinney, with more than through his tongue and roof of I0; and Yamhill, 13. Ronde's Boy Scout Troop 44 rallYIng?PUBLIC NOTICE: J t, 3 than a pretty object." seven years experience in the the mouth and lodged behind went on Its first over night "But this won't be the case baking industry, will handle all the nose, between his eyes. Cubs to Register camping trip of the seasunNov. Miclmal Altar Society Thursday, Dec. 19 L H P with high school youngsters or baking and preparation chores. Cadenas, the father of three 29 and 30 at Horseshoe Bend, Dec. 4 29 44 .07 others who steal lights or des- The shop is open six days children and expecting afourth, All Cub Scouts, new and old, southwest of Grand Ronde. as Bazaar, Dec. 14, Sheridan Basketball with Dec. S 38 44 .68 troy outdoor decorations as each week from 8 aom. to 6 got to his car and drove into should register at Chapman Scoutmaster BUd Harrison 9:.00, Grand Ronde. Nestucca. Dec. 6 37 51 .31 some did last year in the Sher- p.m. features a wide variety Sheridan, where he contacted Grade school in the library at was in charge, with assistance booths, refreshments. Rainbow Girls. Dec. 7 29 42 .01 idan ar ho b . _ _ e. T se apprehend- of reads, donuts, pastries, a police officer. He wastaken 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13, to from Arthursoules,JameeRdd !atocrats work day, Dec.. 28. .,....  ,, Dec. 8 38 49 .40 ed for stealing such things as, cakes and a complete line of to an ambulance, transported bring Scouting lists up-to-date, and former Sr, Patrol Leader, :jum 75 hr. Ph. Sheri- "'', ""* "" Dec. 9 34 44 .00 lights will be taken to Juvenile cookies, as well as decorated to a McMinnville hospital and according to Kenneth Knutso% Bob Grim. All boys report- time, ed good to Portland. Scoutmaster. a