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6 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, March 3, 1966 i4-H-N0f--[ Sheridan Briefs arUio' wh perfrmed a batntwirling duet. The program BALI..STON -- Mrs. Milton Fanning fifth year cooking club The Chefs a Go Go" meets each Monday evening at the Fanning home. The officers are president R o ge r Lodi, vice-president MiLch Morris, secretary Di- anne Stutzman. The main project for the year is bread making. Each week a name is drawn which decides who will make bread at the following meeting, thus giving each one a chance. A complete meal of meat, vegetables, salad and dessert is prepared and served each week. To date dinners have con- slsted of pronto pups s sloppy Joes, steaks, meat loaf, salad, roils and cherry pie. Every- one is having a turn at making pie crust. Jelly making will be another one of the clubs projects. Members are Kathy Morris, Anita Kadell, Lori DeJong, Cheri Hebert, DianneStutzman, Roger Lodl, Don Moon and MAtch Morris. Ron Hinman is junior leader. BALISTON -- Several 4-H junior leaders from Ballston participated in the activities of the Polk county Junior lead- Mr. and Mrs. Dick Baune (Mary Ann Crowe were re- cent visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crowe. For the past year and a hal.f, the Baunes have been living in Bamberg, Ger- many, where he was stationed with the U. S. Army. They have been living in Buxton since his discharge and he is working as a welder in Itillsboro. A program of precision man- euvers was presented at half- time of the Sheridan - Banks Yawama league basketball game. Majorette leader was Jerraine Crocker. Guest solo- ists for the entertainment were Wendy Daeges and Karen Cam- concluded with the popular Peter Gunn theme and the Sheri- dan High Fight Song. Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Kilmer and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Olson went "rock hounding" between Bend and Baker over the week- end. They brought back alarge load of rocks to show for their efforts. Diane Hays and Mary Lou Brltt spent the weekend at Ore- gon State University in Cor- vallis with Marilyn Bride and Karen Funk. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Britt took the girls to Corvallis to spend the week- end with the two Sheridan stu- dents and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hays picked them up on Sun- overnight guests at the Ray day visitors at the DeraidHost- day. Mishler home. etler home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Emmert Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller Visiting Wednesday at the of Sweet Home, were Saturday and son of Hubbard, were Sun- Bob Swartzentruber home was children of Sweet Home were Saturday overnight guests at the A1 Miller home. evening and Monday morning had eye surgery, for the re- moval of a cataract. ers exchange. 4-Hers from Tll- lamook and Yamhill counties were guests. Activities of the weekend con- sisted of a tour Saturday of the DeGraff Furniture Factory at Dallas, Plywood Machinery Factory at Rickreall and Mike McVey's demonstration of chain saw artistry at his home in Dal- las, A square dance was enjoyed in the evening Saturday at RICk- reall grade school Attending from Ballston were Robert Ka- dell, Doug and Mike Fanning, Melva Johnson, Ron Hinman, and Pete Bakker. Weekend guests were Carol Heinonen, Amity, and Melva Johnson, Jim Schaeffer of Mc- MinnviUe, guests of Doug Fan- nmg, and Pete Bakkers*guest was from Tillamook. Sunday followlng church ser- vices Carol, Melva and IRon were dinner guests at the Bak- ker home. Netarts Sets Annual Fair Treasures from the deep, unusual objects from foreign lands and beautiful agates, floats and driftwood will all be on display at the annual Beach- combers Fair in Netarts, Ore. There will be lamps, tables, mobiles, pictures and a zoo, all made from the findings picked up on the beaches of Tillamook County. The fair will be held in the Netarts Fire Hall for two days, on Saturday, March 1 - from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Sunday, March 13 from 10 a.m. 'to 4p.m. A new exhibit this year will be pictures taken of the many interesting scenes, formations or activities found on our sandy beaches. History Group Meeting Dated Several speakers on this his- tory of the Unionvale locality will be featured at the regular meeting of the Yamhlll County Historical Society next Tues- day, March 8,at the EUBchurch in Unlonvale, seven miles south of Dayton. Potluck is set for 7 p.m. Speakers will be Mrs. Erma Shelburne, Mrs. Elsie Warm- tngton and ROy Heurtt descen- dants of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heurtt, according to NelL. Terry t secretary. I Dr. R. t. Hurlburt OPTOMETRIST Office in Hamstreet Bldg. 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