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6 The Sun, Thursday, February 14, 1980 CO [i tlNl I II I r RETIRED EDUCATORS The Yamhill County Retired Educators will meet at 1 p.m. Feb. 19 at the Safari Restaurant, McMinnville. The McMinnville High School Twilighters will entertain during the luncheon meeting. SOIL-WATER DISTRICT The regular meeting of the Yamhill Soil and Water Conservation District's board of directors will be held at 1 p.m. Monday in the U.S. Department of Agriculture Service Center, 1120 S. Baker, McMinnville. RECYCLE DAY This Saturday, Feb. 16, marks the 20th recycling project day since the first one in July 1978. On the third Saturday of every month citizens from Sheridan, Willamina, Grand Ronde and the neighboring areas can bring their source-separated recyclables to the U.S. National Bank parking lot between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A representative of Yamhill Valley Recyclers Inc. will be there to help unload cars and answer questions and pass out information sheets. LIVESTOCK PREDATORS TOPIC Livestock predators is the subject of a program to be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18, at the Polk County fairgrounds, Rickreall, according to Gene Pirelli, Extension livestock agent. The program will feature Dave deCalesta, Extension wildlife specialist, Oregon State Univer- sity, showing a slide presentation on identification of predator damage and also will discuss current predator control policy. Mark Olson, local sheep grower will discuss use of electric fencing and John Theade, biological technician, U.S. Fish and Wildlife will talk about his coyote project in this area. DEMOCRATS MEETING The meeting of the Yamhill County Democratic Central Committee will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 20, in room 32 of the county courthouse. The focus of the meeting will be a talk by Sigrid Gould who recently revisited India as the guest of Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, an aunt of Indira Ghandi. Mrs. Pandit, who is retired, was at one time the Indian ambassador to the United States, the Soviet Union and England. She was the first woman president of the United Nations Assembly. During her 15 year residence in India, Mrs. Gould lived near the Nehru home where she was sometimes a guest and where Mrs. Pandit's children often played with their cousin Indira. Mrs. Gould has been an enthusiastic observer of Indian politics for 35 years and has many astute comparisons an ! predictions to present. The public is invited. The program will begin at 8 p.m. followed by the business meeting. The business meeting will include debates on a resolution urging senators to work and support the ratification by the United States of the United Nation's covenant on human rights. OPEN HOUSE An open house for Joe Papen will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 17, at the American Legion Hall in honor of his 80th birthday. No gifts please. SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE On Feb. 19 there will be an open house in the Willamina Elementary School staff room, (red modular building) to make available to the general public the floor plans of the new elementary middle school adopted by the school board. Principal Larry Armbrust will be available for questions. LCDC HEARING Polk County public hearings on 41,000 acres of AR-5 land now zoned AF and subject to rezoning to TC or EFU under compliance order by LCDC have been set as follows: Polk County Planning Commission, Room 107 Feb. 19 at 7:30 p.m. and Polk County Commissioners, Room 107 Feb. 21 at 7:30 p.m., Polk County Courthouse, Dallas. A final hearing for the public is scheduled March 6 in the evening at the Capital Building in Salem before LCDC. AARP A Valentine's Day potluck dinner for the AARP (American Association of Retired People) will be held at 6:30 tonight (Thursday) at the Legion Hall, Sheridan. The Gray Panthers will meet on Feb. 20 at the Yamhill County Courthouse, McMinnville, in Room 32, at 2 p.m. AFS SPEAKER Cecelia Villacis, Sheridan American Field Service student from Equador, will speak to Sheridan Woman's Study Club today (Thursday) at2 p.m. at the home of Valora Irwin, 972 E. Main. Lucille Belieu is co-hostess. JAMBOREE TONIGHT The Delphian Student Jazz Band will perform at the Willamina VFW Hall at 4 p.m. today (Thursday) in conjunction with the Sheridan Care Center's "Rock n Roll Jamboree." Later that evening, the Old Time Fiddlers will perform at the same location. The Jamboree will be held at the hall from 1 to 8 p.m. All area clubs and service groups are invited to sponsor carnival booths at the hall. Fishing booths, penny pitches and bake sales are welcome. Local merchants have donated door prizes which will be given every hour. The Jamboree is a nationwide drive held by nursing homes under the sponsorship of the American Heart Association, and donations benefit the local Oregon Heart Fund for programs such as health care education, blood pressure screenings and training classes. For further information or to register for one or more acitivity, call Sharon Carpenter at 843-2204 or 843-2830. SMALL FARM WORKSHOP Pasture establishment and pasture plant identifi- cation will be topics treated at a tri-county Small Farm Workshop, to be held at the Polk County Fairgrounds Feb. 19 at 7:30 p.m. With the help of Gene Pirelli, livestock Extension agent, participants will study samples of forage and weeds, learning the process of "keying out" plants for positive identification. I / I IST ONE t~lLt III I JLI II I GOLD MEDAL 1 0LB BAG SAVE 96': AD'L 1 BONELESS WILSON CORNKING Ib DELICIOUS FRESH NAV EL RU BY RED GOLD N RIPE ,. FRESH cf LB YELLOW CRISP STALKS FRESH CLIP TOP LB I COTTEGE ATTA BOY DOG COUNTRY FAIR PINTS REG 7 1 50LB BAG REG 979 CANNED DUTCHESS DELMoNTE 13OZ 32OZ JUICE PACK CRUSHED, CHUNK, SLICED 20OZ REG 53' DUNCAN HINES ] 8.5OZ TAKE SPECIALS. THE STORE SAVE 73' MEAT 131 i i REG SMACK O El:, IIc, SUNSHINE KRISPY SHILLINGS GROU DECORATOR