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10 The Sun, Thursday, January 31, 1980 Joe Hoover, left, and Scott Ross, right are "slaves" as they load and move wood for a Sheridan resident on "Slave Day", a fund-raiser for band and choir.--Photo by Margaret Henkels. Scouting report s year .-. v----- I Jan. 24, troop #408 met for their second " meeting of the new ,l .lrl l at the home of their i leader Jeanne Turnidge. Christa Crites lead our business meeting, Char- lene Showers, Keeper of the Gold; Jodie Smith, flag salute and promise; Tara Turnidge, song leader; Kimi Burnside provided treats. Our Jan. 21 meeting was set up by Tracy Boaz. dues were collec- ted by Mandy Bolson and opening leader was Kristy Mode. After our treasurers report we discussed our Bake Sale for Feb, 8 at the Corner Store. We colored 5 of the 10 petals on our daisy BEST WESTERN REAL ESTATE, INC. 1910 S. Hwy 99W, McMinnville A DREAM COME TRUE-- If you have always wanted to live in the country. If you always wanted a view. If you want McMin- nville School District. If you like a bargain. This is 13.7 acres for you. $39,950.00 AFFORDABLE COUNTRY LIVING. This pro- Year round 125E. MainSt. 843 30 58 hRb I; Norma Hebert, Broker _ O" ~)ne for |'IIIW(?I,~ 33 ACRES on Red Prairie Road. Nice aT th{ home and a mobile home that has been US~Ial duff: rental. Hook-up on Red Prairie water sy . Acreage has gentle rolling slope and creel Marvin "You're number one...because we