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o ' 4-H Clubs in.Sheridan Area Carry on Active Program for Community's Youth "Learn, Live and Serve Through 4-H" is this year's con- tinuing theme for National 4-H Club Week, March 2 - 9. Yamhill county 4-H clubs in the Sheridan area are taking thi,s special op. portunity to tell others what they are doing and learning in their 4-H projects. The "Sew and Sew's," a third year 4-H clothing group, under the leadership of Mrs. Bill Wed- erquist and Mrs. DeArmon& Boc-! kes of Sheridan, are learning to make school clothes. Methods of sewing seams, darts, hems, fac- ings, zippers and buttons and buttonholes will be studied and practiced in the next few months. Cotton school dresses or skirts and blouses will be made by the five girls belonging to the club. In addition to learning how to sew school clothes, the girls are practicing good buymanship, good grooming, reading patterns, taking correct measurements and learning to work together on projects. Members of the club are: Connie Bride, president; Ann LeRoy, secretary; Sonja Bockes, reporter; April Agee, vice president; and Carol Novak, recreation leader. The "Busy Bakers" under the leadership of Mrs. Duane Ehnes and Mrs. Bab Boundy are enrol- led in the second division of the food preparation project. In the Easy Meals project, girls have l an opportunity to assist their [mother in preparing ,breakfast, IWtIVm'ALn0 ....  #J.. [lunch or dinner. They will make ne00, I some simple meals without help iif l when they learn how to prepare easy soups and chowders, eggs for any meal, cereals, muffins, cooked fruit, salad and salad dressings. In addition to these prepara. tion skills they will begin learn- ing how to select foods tn the grocery store and how to care for the foods when they are brought home. Continued emphasis is gi- ven to table service and manners at the table. Members of the ":Busy Bakers" Food Preparatio n Club are Mary Bernards, Dale Boun&y, Janet Boundy, Gayle Johnson, Diane Marrs, Christy McKibben, Mary Miller, Carol Smith, Sharon Story, Roberta F_,h- nes and Janice Chrlstensen. A new food preparation group in the Sheridan area is under. the leadership of Mrs. Joe Mauer. Income Tax Service Federal & State Returns Prepared Office Hours: 9-5 MonIay Through Friday 9-12 Saturdays SHERIDAN BOO--PING SERVICE Lld R. Palmer The glrls selected." "Happy Day ! Faolc00e[ School News Girls" as the name for their food preparation project. Members are enrolled in the Easy Meals, Food Adventures and Food Prepara- tion IV divisions of this project. When members start working in these divisions of the project more emphasis is placed on the "whys" and less on the ".haws." They apply nutrition and food buymanship principles in pre- paring meals in these project di. visions. Some of the foods which members will prepare will be yeast breads, meats, vegetables, variety of sala&s and salad dres- sings. They will learn to use different kinds of seasonings and o make sponge and butter cakes. Two livestock clubs, the "Mud- dy Valley Boys and the "Goph- er Valley 4-H Chtb" are under the leadership of Mrs. Marvin Bernards and Mrs. Lyle Smith, an& Eugene ,Grauer, David Smith of Sheridan, and Linda Daniels, are serving as Junior leaders in the Gopher Valley 4-H club. The Junior leader project is planned for older boys and girls who are interested in developing their leadershLp abilities. Junior leaders share responsibilities With adult 4-H leaders in lead- ing a grou p of younger mem- bers. The livestock project provides an opportunity for boys and girls to learn to feed and care for animals and to learn the res- ponsibility by having an animal of their own to care for regular. ly. In addition, these projects help members develop business iability through a business en. terprise of their own, learn how to keep and to use records and to discover the fun of working with animals and learn more about their animals. In addition to the livestock project a few members in these two clubs are enrolled in the gardening, forestry and tractor project. David Smith of Sheridan in the tractor project will learn more about service and safe op- eration of tractors and other gasoline engines and farm ma- chinery. Rodney Smith, Linda Daniels and Philip Smith are busy planning their spring gar- dens. They will grow different i kinds of vegetables and learn Reporters: Mike Crowe, saw an interesting film about Allen Gross First grade: Mrs. Annala: We have been writing a newspaper of our own in class. It will go home once a week. Mrs. Leith: Billy Madders mo- ved to Amity. We are decorating our room for spring. Group one is reading in "Round About." We enjoyed a movie on the Great Squirrel. Second grade: Mrs. Burdg: Harry Cooley brough a science kit to show the class about jet propulsion. Larry Harris brought, frog eggs for the room. One l reading group has memorized a )cam from the reader. We re- ceived live chameleon food from New Orleans. " ' Miss Rowelh We have made someDutch girls and windmills fr Match. Bi'yce Woodall .has chicken pox. Susan Hays is ill. Third grade: Mrs. Bosch: We staxtec a study of clothing and cotton. Jerry Huntley brought a chart about the planets and the sun. Mrs. Huntley: We are making designs with our names. We dis- covered that our eggs were tad- pole eggs. We have dramatized on Phoebes for he rest of the class. ,Fourth grade: Mrs. Melonuk: We have been learning a few dances, Jump Jim Crowe is one. We have added our frogs to our science corner. We are starting to stu4y about South America. Mrs. Barber: We are starting, after extensive study of Oregon, on ou trip around the world. We have visited South America for- est region, and the Sahara des- ert of Africa. Fifth grade: Mrs. Ivie and Mrs. Sloan: We saw a movie on cotton. We axe learning about the North Central states in so- cial studies. We are giving ex. planations on how to do things. Mrs. L. Chamberlain Elected PTA Head Supt. of Schools Stephen Stiv- ers discussed the school budget Monday evening for the joint meeting of the PTA and PTO. He went over the district budget, section by section in the explan- ation. The PTA held a business meet- ing and elected new officers for the ensuing year: Mrs. Lawrence Chamlrlain,,o, president; Elwin Heilinger, first vice president; Mrs. Johnny Marceaux, second vice president; Mrs. Gil Ogden, secretary and Glen Lochner, treasurer. The PTO also held an execu- tive board meeting prior to the joint session. Mrs. Francis Thompson, president of the PTO announced the annual ham din- ner sponsored by the two organ- izations would be April 6, at Chapman school, with serving from 5 to 8 p.m. This year the GIRL SCOUT NEWS Activities for Girl Scout Week, March.10 to 16 Will be opened on Sunday when the Scouts meet at the Legion Hall at 9:30 a.m. fro: Girl Scout Sunday. This- is a nationwide bservance and, I Sheridan Scouts will be served a breakfast of rolls and hot co- coa by their leaders and will then, as a goup, attend the Methodist church. Scouting displays will be in the store windows during the weak. The climax to Girl Scout Week will be ,on March 23 when Scouts will entertain their fathers at the Father-Daughter Banquet. State F.L. Club President Here Miss Donna Mae Hembree of Carlton, state F.L. Club president "ILRSDAY, ANNUAL ST. PATRICK'S DANCE Sponsored by Willamina Fire Det Saturday, March I V.F.W. Hall, Floyd Rosenbalm Orchestra ' Adm. -- $I Proceeds to Help Finance Purchase of Equipment For Department Sheridan Briefs  Mr. and Mrs. Lester DeHirt and family had as Sunday din- ner guestsl her'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hughson of Tilla- mock; her grandparents, Silas Hayes and Mrs. Clara Hughson, Tillamook; her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack MeRae and four chil- dren of Estacada; an aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Heekman and Ver- non, and Miss Robeta Cummins all of Carlton. The event honor- ed Larry Hughson on his birth- day. The McRae family came on Saturday and spent the weekend at the DeHart home. Miss Pat Newton returned to work at Oregon Mutual in Mc- Minnville Friday after being off 10 days. She had four wisdom teeth pulled, which hospitalized SHERIDAN Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence and daughter Leslie of, were Sunday guests of Mr sie Whipple. cummli Bfrmd Sheridan High School day Calendar sends greetings this week to Clare, Jerry Lundholm, Stuck, Eva Frick, Marian Alvin Nisly, Franklin ice Clare ,and Albert Too Late To CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our gratitude for the many ful flowers, cards and pressions of sympathy at time of the death of our 843-2102 [how to irrigate, fertilize and her two days in Salem, and she 119 N. BRIDGE  con. was a special guest for the Feb- ...... on. We also wish to remained name zor eight aa s " trol weeds and pests in their Here For Wedding ruary meeting of the Sheridan Y " Methodist Home Circle and mmiiiiiimiiHi- Bob Agee, son .of Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Club Feb. 27 at the home of Rebekah Lodge met for a reg- ers, who contributed food. - Norman he wh- is with the vtrs, :ur _,evy. in ,her talk to ular session Tuesday evening The George Pickar F, C"o-,'m-,',i'ations De-artment of the club members she said the with 29 present. It was reported the Elmer Piekar L : _ Z.,, :,... _, _v .........  annual convmtion would be in proceeds from th turke dinner the Harr" Pickar fa i the lavv at ue ., .... ' Y Y = Sa Francisco Calif arrived arton on ept. 21, and she ask- amounted to $330. which was . , n ' "' e "  home today to attenc the Pratt- d the ..herzda.n club to seat the turned over to the bmldmg com. --- Kunzl,r wedding at the Metho- c,nvem!on .ozneers. riez .name mttee. Refreshments were serv- = ch c" tomor evenin- p' jeer tnls year s a new 0am- ed afterwards by Mrs Charley _ dst wilrturn trrwlifornia ;g tub life for the, I.O.O.F home in Matusch, Mrs Jim Rose, Mrs Er _--" . .  :. - -" -- ,,a .... Portland. Any r,emamm,g money nest Huntley and Mrs. Ernest [] ...... " will go towards awnings for the Frack. iilll|lll E  -- Home Miss Hem,bree will give a -- -- gardens. Tompson Morrow will prize to the club havin the most Mrs Lester Smuck who has i[- mm [] o , . ' ' .'-- --= learn more on how trees grow unusual pro'ectl to raise proceed,s.. , been hosptahzec the past two _,--- .... -- and, .how to identify them from for hhe. Home pro'ct]. . I weeks at the Universit. y of Or.--. -- --. hzs collectrons of leaves m his  I gon Medical h.ospztal in Portlard --'_=, -- forestry project. He will also PP91".t. "['lYn.|a'P Ttraf],q'iwce l was home for the weekend, re. ---- --- " o e ..... - ....... "" "" '''" turnin " _ - have an opportumty t tak . I g to the hospital Sunday I | J  I  | I J = . some hikes into the woods to IS Friday Night l evening, where she is underg> - == learn more atout animals and ling many tests ms m0 . . E ---other wfldhfe. Sharon Kunzler daughter of .. -., .  L -q   "q Chiropractic Physician| idan high school, class of 1962, I Portlanc the first of the week. n ii ".. I .... I I I _--  ano is employed at the U. S. Na- I ..... r:TeTi', - [ Lowest-.r|ced I _. I ..... [ = 1 Blk. South Of Bridge | tional Bank in McMinnville. ! vlrs.. vaula bmth underwent :5:' ;,i:i -: -- Larx s appendectomy smg'r t x o z . I ....... r ..... [ ,i I rJ.mJA,L |U-'N7 [ [] h,, o,= qn 2 J "y i" a graduate of Sheridan ] . " ,e y , .. =-:=r -= I ISDIIAIDL" I  I DUUEUL lUVlll I E "w'. 2.':.r"  high school, class of 1960, and is I weeks ago, and l,s making a :a- groupie: i,a: -,, MI  tlszactor:, recovery Mzs Slql h = ] m ntllumtrsullh [  i ..... w-s-.m--- i []  employ,d at Oregon Alder-Ma-[ - '" ," ,-', ---- -= le . . wth ,her husband Herman o '  ..... "--' - - J #_n #_| [ -'iiA [ |t [ _ __, ..... _..- _  p . The couple wall make thmr I .... P-  :_:_,..:: -- DI, CK .NY/I(lllIOI1S erate the Do* House Ca * x. ' i L-OpSU L-VIVl5 I ,tt [ IIIIbSS I = / home in Sheridan , " .e ='-...%:} :5,/g'2c/ --= [ WAKHI:R! [ iD I P,,ll  P_lan I -- Low BACK / --_ __------' i Lynn Birks who will oboe ve " - E I .......... ,l  ( l I MII 11 Vlllll I : ACWrE STRAIN  SHERIDAN BRIEFS his 76th birthday Sunda-" ", as  - I ! '":" I ,Oven[ ! _ F/BROSrr/s  Miss Neppie Lou Bell, secre- eveYi2;PPwZe:U:P;'r;e:n Mo?t:aY '7 '' ..... 4W n , . ,  . A CLl .. - / I   ] "-- ! ...... ] [] SCI&TICA I tary at Chapman gade school, [Methodist Men went to his home - -- . : :; .... -' I "DISHES LOOK CLEAN I ...... =-: / E .......  spent .Feb. 23 in. Eugene, at Cas- land_h:onored him with a surprise  i I |V-- -1 I """''""""''EW II:il m I : xnerverevra UlSC  eaoe lumor mgn sonooi, wner mrmclay party The took pr_ q,l.r...l'Ll'J 111|11 F. I1 she  c ' y a = | |]J ] J -- [l  ]  TorticollI -  Sacra"  attended an area meeting of I aKe, zce cream and coffo S. LumDO al [ |il[ I [ nmnllnhjllrlj I [:-------ir' [ [] . " | the Oregon Association of Edu-I Nor ' \\;\..-..X%.' E I li]l I I rlrKilsiuI41n r iii:---- [  Distortion, Sacro- lilac,  eational Secretaries. Theme was I_. man McKtbben lelt Satur. .\\;\'''\\\ mm UNIIIIiUlFI .anna n I, ,, uay to s en a " - ] |[ [ [ ................ ] 1[- ".  [ -- etc. Acquired on or off Job | Teachers Aids with speakers [ k P d week m Nebras. alrpl=e = OBILE an o sho s a recelvln schooll = l I{]I l I DELUXE M IN ll I -- May be Covered by Insurance| d w rk" p .' 1.." ! "_g ng. Mrs. ' :4.-- .--& rT -- I r}]l I I .............. I I| C, Ib-ll I : / ,,(orman MCKibben visited until It  U1L IUI r--II " [ Ji| I [ nIUUI/AM[U: Ii b."q-.zL,lt I [] WHIPLASH / She.ri4an fire department ans-[,Wedn,sday at the home of Mr. I BP/   IA I I@' ! I UII,11IIIVMUIIL, II IH __../[ __SJ i . NEURITIS | wereo a callWednesday morn-lana Mrs. Eugene Small ' and 111 n;MII [  , [ [  ][1 . .... ....... |lng at the wayne Spar:s nomelmen returned ome. ,Lisa  and rlilll i qlAnIv = I . i I  Just ask the pl Il __----- I  ,=.u...= |wnen the fan motor on their oil [ Laurie went with their grand- 4,.1.,114,=. [   [  wh uses anal I -"....4.?".d_tr-lc. i : ARTHIfJrls | furnace burned out and filled[parents, Mr and M v .... , &"="'&"E; . I % I  [ ('YOU probably I ....... "'" I [] [ the house wzth smoke. No dam- [ McKi,bben, who had spent a eou. 1 Nitrates for a quick . " ' J u . - .......  age resulted ]pie of 4avs at the Smazl home, t ...... : . ;! i.:=:=l M thektchent) l:n::::.' =,i iI t Albang' where the" are visit '. g .  A .......... a for su.. : E * Fresh, running wster rinses! ' "'- ' ==_.   ing his sister Mrs FlOrence I ou i -- growth. ----" I automaucally. - . I  I * Automatic cool, mE wtll ] -- [  ] s;.:'w,t"" ............ ...... -.s n .rea 't leaf feed:rig" and la --= tile mum In k'alr- _-- P sm rowth . [ * Spins lothe's driest of all. [ FIIpBacktop rack mas [ Cook-Master oven control. [ =_ [  mmBtmv,tv.m i lbanks Alaska, while his "rents 1 . g " m, [] !! "  " . Cleans clothes inside Iosding easier an ever - s  s8  are i I " Cleans clothes Inside [ . . . , I lnstant heat with Speed- I - I  , ]l.J ii i[ ' n Oregon. , 4 Rots straw and stul [] ! and out. [ Holds 12 puace settings I Heat urface unit. I _ / II I .  -- - [*AlsoavailableVnPorcelain i o 6.cy:le dial for easy | 277-- :: ........ ! = ] I1 Mrs. Frank LUX, who hasYmd O Combia--wltha2, ! 'et-Mel " [ s_elecUon. ..... [ rr,g,ualre oepenuaomcy: ] E / .i 00IRY GROWER00 i|he,r, neck ]n a brace sinc Ja. 2, 6. Slfur can be comb -- n ......... , Rolls wnero you naea g, I " I -- / v=,u..--. 1= ,.. wut nave to wear it several ad ' too - I "?..: ...... I noinstallatioa I, J -. I]d,t,onal weeks ...... = [ A skahtexhnie15"Yezr | *Nttstandard - " I [ = i/,, l 11 tneman jn the . I tnaiml.t, I ..... i, ...... I Hudson House zs mterested in large plant- [, ......................... o , .... t. ,. .... | I ............... I $Z.55 per week I 'n.,, $Z9.95 I ffi ings of Black Raspberrms, red raspberries n[ [, Dr. R. L. Hurlburl GROW-HOW! = [ 1 - .'ier. re.l! -=- " OPTOMETRIST ... '; l " v ..... v- .... --- Office in Hmnstrset Bldg. . . :Y:-PJ,3 terms FI . ,.r,,, , " I 00ztm.u00 terms I ......... I i  harvested for those farmers who have mill Bri,-. s,.." [ _ [ [ ,,RIGID.IRE ['" ] land for such tm r sss71 _r t, E" "'-" = " !  " for f,rti,i, er = n , , , .=-=,..-...-.... , - suitable plan" gs and a de- i/[ , " ,ou,,.oo,, ,m | THE STURDY | [ PROC*OCr oP O=NZrAL Mo'ron= | JL-" JL---t.J.1l J. JLJ.Z".J. JI='t.J. I == mr. r[ hursoa" S I FBI(iii2-II=tE [ I ..... ,o,.. .... . .... I "[ sire to expand, contact us for additional i| 9 ..... y s., PACIFICal. ........ 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