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3 4 6 QUEEN ANN Hebert (extreme left) and her Junior court were aboard the Chamber of Commerce float in both the Junior and sen- ior parades. (Sun Photo 240) TV PEOPLE w the Beverly Hillbfllles were portrayed in the Junior parade by this group of youngsters. (Sun Photo 243) THE FLINTSTONES from TV were portrayed by these two girls and a "ccol ' baby brother. (Sun Photo 242) WHITMAN MISSIONARY party rafting down the Columbia river was portrayed by this group in the historical flbat division of the Phil Sheridan Days parade. (Sun Photo 237) FORWARD LOOK of the junior parade was an entry by the Melonuk children. (Sun Photo 244) PIONEER WOMEN in the Junior parade Fri- day were these youngsters of Mr. and Mrs. John Ries and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin F1atch (Sun Photo 245) PHIL SHERIDAN Fellowship Queen Mother Rhoda Smith rode in the parade Saturday. (Sun Photo 236) RODEO COURT Queen Diana Johnson and Princesses Sharon Vanderscheure and Janice Rohertson criss-crossed the parade route to wave to the crowd during the Phil Sheridan Days parade. (Sun Photo 238) I CANWT SEE, could well be the complaint of the youngster in the wagon as his hat falls over his face. (Sun Photo 241) The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday June 25, 1964 7 l0 :i.  .... GENE TEAGUE served as honorary marshal on his beautiful palamin% Mr. Chevrolet. (Sun Photo 235) AN OUTSTANDING float in the Saturday par- ade was this entry from PGE, featuring ] ] Phy111s Bockes. The float won second prize, (Sun Photo 249) PRIZE PONY, given away in a drawing to ] 2 Jim Scott of Willamina, at the rodeo Sunday, was shown in the Saturday parade. (Sun Photo 239)