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8 The Sun, Thursday, February 14, 1980 eri ,irl pr,ncess Penny Koehler, 19, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woody Koehler, Route 1, Box 69B of Sheridan, has been cho- sen one of the two princesses of the 45th annual St. Paul Rodeo, July 3, 4 and 5. Penny was chosen from 18 other candidates in competition Feb. 9 In Willamina ouncil The other princess chosen is Kathryn E. Roy of Newberg. Judges chose Melinda Ann Lanz, 17, a senior at Camas, Wash., High School as queen. Here's a summary of the attendance record for Willamina's mayor and council members during 1979. Also listed are the special city council meetings which are called to help expedite This year's St. Paul particular city concerns Rodeo, rated the nation's "-such as budget studies. 20th largest, will offer The !eft column shows night shows on July 3, 4 absences while the right and 5. column shows the total meet" ,ng number of meetings for that member's current term. Regular Meetings absent total Mayor Eddy Daniels Godsey Greb King Wooden (l | \ en ant e Lewis 4 15 Johnson 3 9 Special Meetings absent total 1 24 Mayor Eddy 1 24 Daniels 2 24 Godsey 7 24 Greb 7 24 King 1 24 Wooden told Lewis 3 13 Johnson 0 0 Open house Chemeketa Commun- ity College will hold its S Want to try and evening with an interna- tional flavor? Come to Sheridan's annual AFS dessert. It will be held Monday, March 3, at 7 p.m. at Sheridan High School. Students from New Zealand, Norway, 0 13 annual open house from Greece, Germany, Indo- 1 13 6 to 9 p.m. today nesia, Denmark, Bel- l 13 (Thursday) and from 9 guim, Ecuador, Swit- 6 13 p.m. to 4 p.m. Friday. zerland and the Republic 5 13 "Ten Years of Car- of Ireland, will be speak- 3 13 eers" isthetheme ing about their countries er and home lives. No to attend. terested is There is no admission, but will be donations will wards hosting Applications being taken families for students. For formation call school or Jean 843-2374. He's young, strong and learning more every day! He's just one of the many vocational agriculture students who belongs to the Future Farmers of America. Through his FFA experience, he'll develop skills and knowledge to help him prepare for an agricultural career. His future in farming is our future as well. We're proud to salute and support this great organization. FFA Offers A To Improve Our Opportunity ~.~~ ~ American For Young Men ~ Farming Industry!