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Ji Lp st ti- / VOLUME 61 DAYTON, OREGON 97114 THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1974 NUMBER 35 Kindergarten D?yton Sch?ol Board Awards Bids On Registration Open 0d, Gas, Mdk, Roohng, Bread For Year The Dayton district kindergar. ten program has opened registra- tion for the 1974-75 school year. The program will begin Septem- ber 3. Two sessions will be of- fered as follows: (a) Morning---8:45 am to 11:15 am Co) Afternoon--12:15 pm to 3 Pm Children will be assigned to either the am or pm section. Bus service will be provided one way in the morning or evening. Trans- Portation at noon is the responsi- bility of the parent. The following must be com- Pleted before children will be al- lowed to attend class: L Immunizations as required by state law. 2. Oregon State Health Division immunization card filed in school office. 3. Emergency card on file in school office. 4. Registration sheet completed If you have not already done so, please contact the school (864- 2217) and registration materials will be mailed to you. Petitions Available For Lafayette Posts Nominating petitions for posi- tions on the Lafayette City Coun- cil to be voted on in the Novem- ber election, are now available at the Lafayette City Hall. To be elected are a mayor and two councilmen. The mayor's term is for two years and cotlncil posts are for four years.' Electees will take office January 1st. Terms are expiring for Coun- cilmen Myrle Harris and Peggy Wise as well as that of the mayor, Edwina Meitzen. Remaining councilmen a r e Steve Trunde and Jesse Ander- son. COMING EVENTS There will be special meet- ing of the Lafayette City Coun- cil Monday evening, August 26 el,7:30 pm in the city hell. The Yamhill County Park lind Recreation Board meeting Will be held next Tuesday, Aug. In Room 32 at the Court- ltot~e at 7 pro. All groups in- terest4d in bicycle paths end miktrql trails please attend. By ANN EVE RS The Board of Directors of Day- ton School District No. 8 met for a special meeting Monday, Aug. 19 at the grade school library at 7 pro. The Board moved to accept the bid and allow Manley Bergen to repair the necessary areas at the high school, and grade school. The bid from Economy Oil Co. for heating fuel was awarded for .$13.92 a barrel. Domestic Indus- trial Gas Co. was awarded the bid to supply propane gas to the district for .317 a gallon. Curly's Dairy was successful bidder for milk products at the grade schol and Continental Bak- eries for bread products. Contracts for teaching positions at the Junior-Senior High School were accepted for Roxana Engle and Joan Slosser. Lafayette Man Hurt In Vehicle Accident James Reed, a Lafayette resi- dent, was taken to the University of Oregon Medical School, suffer- ing from injuries received in an auto accident last Thursday eve- ing. He was apparently thrown 40 feet from a truck which over- turned about 6 pm on the Lafay- ette-Hopewell Road, one-half mile east of Lafayette. Driver of the vehicle was Douglas T. Koon, 44, also of Lafayette. Police said he suffered minor injuries. Koon was charged by state po- lice for driving while intoxicated. From The Superintendent's Desk . SCHOOL -- SCHOOL -- SCHOOL School starts Tuesday, Sept 3rd for all students. Bus schedules. registrations, football, kindergar- ten, cafeteria, insurance, etc., all this information is available at the school and shall be mailed to all box holders next week. Teaching staff is now nearly complete, and facilities are ready for teachers and students. Here at the school we look for- ward to another new and chal- lenging school year. We wish happiness and success to all, the staff, parents, patrons and most certainly the students. Sincerely, F. H. Dummer, Supt. The student insurance carrier will be Oregon School Boards In- surance with rates of $4.50 for children kindergarten through eighth grade and $7.50 for stu- dents 9-12. The district will al- low signed waivers if the family already carries insurance. The Board moved to offer Accidental Dental Coverage on an optional basis. The board approved change or- der No. 4 to install wired safety glass in side windows at the voca- tional building under construction at the high school site. The next regular meeting of the school beard will be Septem- ber 9. DAYTOI~I. MAN NAMED TO FUND BOARD OF UGN Kenneth Williams of Dayton. was named to serve in an honor- ary capacity for the board of di- rectors of the fund drive for the Yamhill County United Good Neighbors. Fifty-four board mem- bers from across the county serve year-round as volunteers for the United Fund which this year will benefit 35 agencies. BARRY SULLIVAN, Dayton High School student was chosen to play in the 1974 Shrine All-Star game to be held at Baker High School Stadium, Baker, Ore. at 8:15, Aug. 24. Proceeds from the football classic help finance the Portland Shrine Hospital for Crippled Chil- dren. The 52 players in the East- West game are chosen from grad- uating seniors from Oregon A lind AA schools. Denice Douglas To Be Listed In Who" Who Denice Dianne Douglas, a sen. for at Dayton High, was recently notified that she is to be featured in the Eighth Annual Edition of Who's Who Among American High School Students, 1973-74, the largest student award publi- cation in the nation. Students from over 20~00 pub- lic, private and parochial high schools throughout the country are recognized for their leader- ship in academies, athletics, ac- tivities or community service in the books. Less than 3% of the junior and senior class students nationwide are awarded this rec- ognition. Denice is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Douglas of Day- ton. She is active in FHA, GAA, National Honor Society, member of the Dayton Christian Church and was 1973-73 Winter Formal Queen. In addition to having her bio- graphy published in the book, De- nice will also compete for one of ten scholarship awards of $500 to $1,000 funded by the publish- ers and will be invited to patti. cipate in the firm's annual "Sur- vey of High Achievers" Denice plans to attend Cheme- keta Community College upon graduation in June. Graveside Rites Held For Paul Lenderink Paul Lenderink, 88, of I01 5th St., Dayton, a retired mechanic, died last Tuesday in a Newberg nursing home. He had been a res- ident of Dayton for the last 13 years. Survivors include his widow, Evelyn, Dayton; a son, Paul ~Ir., Seattle, Wash.; five daughters, Mrs. Vernon Hosbrook, Portland, Mrs John Winn, Aloha, Mrs. James Lezer, Deer River, Minn., Mrs. Donald Schlecht, Seattle, and Mrs. Donald Acree, Madrid, Spain; eight grandchildren and sev, en great-grandchildren. Graveside services were held Friday in Valley View Memorial Park Cemetery, Newberg. MARY BUDKE DEFEATED IN WOMEN'S GOLF TOURNEY Mary Budke, top Dayton golf. er, was defeated in the first match of the 74th annual US Wo- men's Amateur Golf Tournament last week in Seattle. This elim- inated her from the competition. She was defeated by Miss Mar- garet Mazarin of St. Clairsville, Ohio, fl and 4. Miss Martin was playing par golf. SupplyList For Dayton Schools FIRST GRADE: 1 paint shirt Box of crayons (8) (no jumbo) Scissors (pointed) Elmer's Glue (small size) Ruler (centimeters and inches) 1VO METAL ON EDGE Kleenex Regular Pencils (2 plus an extra each month) 1 Pink Pearl Eraser Prang Water Colors NO ball point pens NO loose leaf notebooks or tab- lets Please label each item with child's name SECOND GRADE Box of Crayons (16) Scissors (pointed) Elmer's Glue (no paste) Ruler (no metal on edge) Kleenex Two pencils each month (no pens) One Pink Pearl Eraser Tablef,--Bxl0" (no loose-leaf note- books or notebook paper) Prang Water Color Paints Please label each item with child's name and keep supplies replenished THIRD GRADE A spiral notebook Pointed scissors Ruler (centimeters, inches and no metal edge) Elmer's Glue (no paste) Kleenex Pencils (2) Eraser (1) Tablet paper and notebook paper Crayons (16) optional are colored pencils Tennis shoes for beys and girlo Shorts for girls BOX Of Prang Water colors Paint Shirt FOURTH GRADE: 2 pencils (No. 2) Scissors 12" Ruler W!DELINE notebook paper Pink Pearl Eraser Crayons Elmer's Glue Ten~ds Shoes for GY~ -Please label each item with child's name FIFTH GRADE: 1 box crayons (16) 1 pair pointed scissors I box water colors 2 Pencils (No 2) 2 ball point pens---blue or black 1 12" ruler with centimeter ruling (plastic or wood) I ring binder notebook--2 or 3 ring (not zippered) Notebook paper--wide or college ruled 1 small Elmer's Glue 1 small protractor without curved line part 1 pencil tablet 1 pink eraser I box facial tissues OPTIONAL -- I box colored map pencils Please label each item with child's name SIXTH GRADE: I pair pointed scissors Two pencils (No 2) 1 ball point pen--blue or black ink i ruler -- 12" centimeter ruled I box map pencils I ring binder notebook or folders 1 pkg notebook paper~wide lined 1 small Elmer's Glue 1 box crayons 1 box water colors