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Membership in 4-H Club Leads Collecting Hobby for the Family Roger Soules, left, and his brother Robert, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Art Soules, Grand Rondo, have led he family into an interesting hobby as the result of eir joining the 4-H Reek club. Rog&apos;er is 9, Robert 11. bIbership in a 4-H Rock Club Robert and Roger Soules, has l to a h<bby growing by leaps 11 bounds for the whole family. lamina; Jim, Joann and Dennis Werth and Steven Bailey, all of Valley Junction, Sue ttowry Bob McKern and Roger Soules, Grand y rock-hunting takes the Ronde. by a fishing hole, the, First year the group is "Pebble Arthur Soules fishes, e rrtother and the boys hunt Pups"; second year, "Mineral :a. All ready the Soules bro- Mutts;" third year, Rock Hounds have specimeals from many and fouih year "4-H Geologists" . laeluding Alaska, ,also Can- The first year members must . " . ynake up a box with five different ''b'sct]l started recently whenthe !locks, five differen.t minerals and ; Joined a 4-H lck uiuo, ] .... . ...... 2 has mmbers from the tw'mc'ancr .... ne second year 1_ d Ronde, Willamina and]they must double the amount u, Junction areas. Leaders l and tim third year triple it, wil;l] Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Werth of the f.ou,rth year, 48 specimens are uey Junction. Members are required. The .dub is now in its .l.et Eckerson of Willamina, second year. ['ident; Robert Soules of Grand On a recent trip to lone, Wash., , vice-president; Rite Eck- when Mr. Soule's mother died,  Willam,ina secretary; Jim Mrs. Soules was overwhelmed I  ' Valley Junction, Junior with ,the generosity of new "er; Jim Tan Scoyke, Wil- acquaintances, who ralliedtotadd ==_::::=_:::_.==::::.u to he chLb's collection. The Sou- les family, other than Robert, who D A N C E d to stay home, made a trip to Box Canyon Dam, here they met Pi00LLS CITY a J,hn Middle ton, who was in Night chargemolybdenumOf the dam nd owned a ', t a mne ,in the Ion, .t0,iL Y ,area, located ,about 30 miles form the Candaian border. He became! inberested in the Soules brothers 4-H pngject and gave the speci- mens of molybdenum and silver and oher secondary speei,mens. WILLAMIN/00 Mr. Middleston ,told them of a Virgil Sauer a Lost Creek, ano- t00UBLIC LIBRARY t,,er ten mils further, who had a uraniumznine. So Mr. Sauer ad- ded to the collection with crystal- izd specimens of tutunite and Serves City and torbernite. A fazrdly friend, Byron Boggs of Burrounding Area Ione, azmer ndne owner and With the Best in geogolist gave the boys 36 dif. ferent mineral specimens, w,hich --u'aing Materials were shared with club members. ' The family returned hfame wih for Everyone. the car loaded down with box- es of rocks. " Last week the amily made a trip to Gold Beach and wertt pro. Hours: sn, way up in the mount- --: -. f,,. .la Creek, hunt- ing for petrified wood in the arena Men. Eve. 7-9 ad secured boxes of other spec'mnens, including samples of '|'lies. 2 - 4:30 serpintine, beach g__s land Jas- per. A visit to the Gold Beach 't1[. 2 - 5 rock shop of Mrs. Dorothy Tuckett and Nancy Arnold produced sod elite, ehelsedny roses, fire opal heraaRte, opeaehetea, and sev- SHERIDAN SUN, SHERIDAN, YAMHII: CX:NTY, OREGON i Sheridan Canter Club Hosts Azea Biders gl Fun Day Here The She': dan Canter Club's an- .,:al fun d:y was held at the 2heridan Podeo AreIa Sunday a[ternoon, Jun, e 30th wi,th riders .;:. pc:-tland, Oregon Ranch d ris, Washington Ounty Wes- terners, Yamhill 4-H Saddle Club, Dav.ton 99 Wrargl.etrs, Forest 61ve iCancil i;ders, Axnity, and ::he ,host club Sheridan Oanter Cittb. Program chirrrmn were Jack Wyss an'd Cleo Latham. Jack Bissell was announcer md tim- ers were Mrs. Myrland Gilbert and Clarence Schuk.ar. Arena helpers ee president Frank Lux, Hartan Hantze and Howard Windle. Aecno results: KiSs pony race: 1st Craig Lath. am. 2nd Freddie Joe Lux. Senior Texas barrel teams: 1st Margaret Windle, Kristie Lath- am, Rocky Dong, Jeanne Walker. 2nd Gary Wells, Tim Delsman Lee Wells, Win. ,Page. 3rd Don Kinney, Myrl&nd Gilbert, D. M. McBride, 1Vel 1VeBride. Junior Texas barrel: 1st Craig Latham. 2rid Robert Elverud. 3rd Jerry Lux. Senior ream pole bending: 1st Margaret Windle, Krisfie Lath- am, Rocky Long, Jeanne Walker. 2rid Frank Lux, Donna Lux, Ken- neth Kell'er, Dick Bur. 3rd Judy Brown, Dorothy Wells, Sharon Vanderschuen, Helen Hayes. Junior pole bending: 1st Bruce Eunm, ers, 2rid Craig Lath,m. 3rd Jerry Lux. Ladies quarter mile race: ]st Kristie Latham. 2nd Pau!a Baird. Senior Kayhole: 1st Richard Latham. 2nd Rocky Long. 3rd Kennehh Keller. Junior Keyhole: 1st L9 Wells. 2nd Robert Elverud. 3rd RozMla th&m team. Sack roping 2n ptrs: 1st Ken- Pol Fair Premium neth Keller and Don Warner. 2rid T,ist Are Due oon Myrland Gilbert arid Don Kin- ney. 3rd Richard batham and Ro. Premium list for the 1963 Polk cky Long. <,unty fair, scheduled for Aug- Men's quarter mile race: i:t, ust 23, 24, and 25 will be avail- able in the next few days. Richard Latham. 2nd Don Kin- Dean Allean of Rickreall chair- man of the Polk county fair ney. 3rd Rocky Long. Rescue race, teams: 1st Lee WelL3 to,am. 2rid Richard LaEvam team. 3,d Hayes learn. Grandma ,and Gandpa race: 1st Zonia Ielsman and partner. 2:: Lee Wells and partner. 3rd Riohard and Kristie Latham. Figure 8 stake race: 1st Myr- land Gilbert. 2nd Margaret Win- die. 3rd Kenneth Keller. Jehovah's Witnesses Plan Trek to Pasadena for Rose Bowl Convention Mmbers of .the Sheridan con- gregation of Jehovah's W Rnesses will experience something rmw in conventions this year. Accord- ing to Mr. J. B. Dunkin, presiding minister, "never before has there been a convention like the A- round-the-World Assembly f Jehovah's Witnesses." Aording :to Mr. Dunkin, there will be t,hree conventions instead of one. "Instead of bringing dele- gates from all around ,the globe o one pint in ,the United States, tAere ,will b three: Milwaulkee, New York and Pasadena. What makes this assembly different is that it actually moves around the worhl and stops at 24 different cities in just ten weeks. Twenty-three members of the Sheridan congregation will meet these de, legates at the Pasadena Rose Bowl, September 1-8. Spon- s(red by the Wa,tchower Bible & Tract Society, the eght-,day gathering is xpected to draw 70,000 delegates to the West Coast alone. Lux. PGE PAYS OVER Put & Take flag race senior team. 1st Don Kinney, D. M. Me- $10 MILLION TAXES Bride, M.al McBride, Myrl, and IN PAST YEAR Gilbert. 2rid Frank Lux, Donna Lux, Dick Burns, Kenneth Keller. In 1962 Portland General Elec- 3rd Riohard Latham,, Kristie La- tr[c company paid a total of tham. tte2ky Lohg, Jeanne Walk- $10,935,865 to 407 different tax- er. levying bodies. Put & Take flag race juniors: The major portion of this tax 1st Robert Etverud. 2nt Bruce went to state and lal bodies, ]ummers. 3rd Jerry Lux. which received $6,304,166. The Baton race senior teams. 1st federal government received the Richard Latham, Kristie Latham, balance of $4,631,699. locky Long, Jeanne W, alker. 2nd The taxes PGE pays ,help sup. Myrland Gilbert, Mel McBride, port eight counties, 45 cities, D. M. McBride, Don Kinney. 174 school districts, 83 fire dis- Baton nace juniors: 1st Craig tricts, 68water districts and 27 Latham and Freddie Joe Lux. miscellaneous bc@ies in its 3,300 .)nd Bruce Summers and partner, square-mile service area. Pleasure horse class. Trophy Ftes Snedeoor, Jr., the utility's for 1st place: 1st Richard Lath- tax agent, said that the 17 dif- am. 2rid Patty Papen. 3rd Donna ferent kinds of taxes amounted Lux. to $1,248 ,an hour every hour of Run, trot & walk teams: 1st the year, or $29,961 a day foe 365 J,aniee Robertson team. 2nd Pdah- days. ,ard Latham team. 3rd Craig La- -'---- Local Girls Enroll era] rare speicmems were obtain- In Business College ed. Also among the rock oollecfion, the boys have some fossils, Tur- Joan Neely , daughter of Mr. rilites, Petrified and (agatized) and Mrs. RoSCOe Neely of 142 snails, which,are found on Del- Harrison, Sheridan and Miss aney Ridge on the Continental Jeanne Warren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lindsay of 310 divide a Wamsutter, Wyo.  - - :on Sheridan h,,o,, Th  also have a Trilobita I " w. arn , .... ... ,,-... 'Y  "  --i -t, asSeS jun 2: t ett J.Vlel'rlI:I Davis Fossil impression from cana. [ chool of commerce, Salem ith,at is ve affed given them oy " _ . _. ,., ... " -- .. .Y--,  .'': .... moved/ Miss reeiy a)a lvnss warren mr. van oraen tvcno -o - -- mtensiv t. MeMinnviile and will ave l enter.ed 2 n :r;gram' aedereert orientate P a rock she here) s no Ant.her Ptm in'the callet'in suP, pslY2grelnhly td2jl n job is a petrkfi,l wha.le's ear drum kt from Alaska. Pictured are Roger and Rob;t WZch a few specLmns in :their co- New 0regonians lection and he rock in the nish is Marcasite and Arseno Pyrite in qtmtz. The arsenic is eating the Mr. and Mrs. Larry Country- Ma_rea,ite (an iron sulphide) and man of SprLrgfleld are the par. 'causing it to erurble, ents of a daughter born Satur- day, June 29th at McKenzie Will- amette Memorial Hospital. The lYtle Miss weLg&ed in Lt 6 lbs. 15 OZ. and .ltas been named Diana This Lynn. S,e jo,ns a.sister Kimber. ly. iVIternal _gr.dpa. nts are Mr.. and Mrs. llOZtltlarrm " el Mill Crt,k and paternR granparems re Mr. .nd Mys. Elmer ountiT. Week's If one believes tYpe advertis. ment of various cosmetic face and Ap dNt lllj " beauty of figure is only i | nectar , matter of a few dollars. I I00unk Beds Complete: .0. ,0000 With" llmer Stain,, g Mattresses. and Bunky Boar_ds - Solidly ' TODAY! f ce Take Advantage of these Low, Built for Years o, Sere . Sheridan Library LOW PRICES! Hours: Mort. - Tues. . Your Choice - Friday $69.95 - ' Knotty Maple $79.95 - Knotty Maple %9,.p.m. s. Saturday $89.95 - Westerner Wagon $99.95-00 - 000oK Case Wheel. Headboards * Library on 2rid All These Fine Values in Salem Maple Finish. roor city }:all i board, said premium, lists will be sent to all exifibitors from 1962 fair and will also be aailable to all residents of Polk courtty who would like to secure a coPY. Request Ior premium books should be macro to the fair board at Box 348, Dallas, or can be pick- ed up athe county extension office at the courtlouse building. Premium books lists all classes available for the 1963 fair. Allen also poirtted out that this ,book is supported by advertising from Polk counW merchants. Willamina Methodists Plan Early Servioe Starting this Sunctay, July the 14th, the W:illamina Mod,ist Church is replaeln$ its tradition- al eleven o'clock Sunday nmrn- ing service ri.th a f ,anily church a 8:30 i.n the morning for the summer nmnChs. 2he plan is to make this a family hour wth worship and classes for all ,the fmily. The theme of the worship service ',will be carried on, aught and ' discussed, in .the ehi,ldren and :ad- ult classes. T, he pareats of chil- dren are asked to come  with I their children ,at 8:30 for the Family church and chumh school instead of just sending their chil- dren. The total Hme for h,e com- bined family hurch and church schoM will be just over an hour' and a light breakfast will be ' sJrved troth ,befor and after the service. There will be no 9:30 church school nor 11:00 worship. Spend Weekend at Beach Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leep, Rick, Susie, Terry and Max Whit- ring,ton, Jr., of Aiken, South Caro- lina, surprised her parents Sat- urday, June 6, by arriving for the weelcend to visit with .the Htrry Hammel'ls of Pacific City. I.t ed- ed in a family reunion when My. and Mrs. Bob Swartout and Mike, Bobble and ]:)avid of Oregon City; Miss Joan of Portland; Mrs. May Whittington, Sr., ;and Betty Ann and Wakie of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Ban Atwood of Sheri- dan all joined then; for the we,k. end at the beach. T, he .Lee ps wlY.rbturn to m, ake i their home in Sa.n Antonio, I Texas where Mr. Leep's work has / required the move. ] Miss Betty Ann and Miss Susie [ remained to spend the smmer I helping grandma and gra.ndpal Hammell run their motel, i The Clayton &tw, oods of Sheri. i dan Joined the group on Sunday t for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin MeKibben and Nancy and Mm. O,M Lux a.b tended church ,at Lyons Sunday enroute to Suctle Lake whom Nancy is spending the week at the Me0-mdist Youth Caxnp. On their return home Vhey visited with Mr. and Mrs. Orval Whitak- er at Airlie. PAGE FIVe: ill Mill Creek --Lois Neal, Corres. 843-2068 Houguests at the Kenneth Knutson home last Monday :and Tuesday wm Mr. and Mrs. Jack Arnold and children of Seatth" Returning with ,the Arnolds as far .as Borta,nd Monday were Rbet a. Cox and BiJ1 w4m were met ,by Barbara, Kenny and Vic- torte Cox who had been visitLng latives at Sheridan, and all let by plane for their h-ne in Los Angeles. Solveig Magnuson axmpard- ed Mr. and Mrs. Jaek Arnold o Seattle Tuesday returning home by bus Friday aternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal and family spent last Monday oR the beach at Taft. I.onard ad Rod- n enjoyed Fishing in the bay and ,brought mme a nice catch of five flou.nders, one  and  crab. Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Yoder and family of Harrisburg were ca.ll- era the 4th af July at the Earl Neal lmme. Recertt supper guests at the Ralph Kexlell hmne were Mr. and Mrs. Vie Berggren of Portlmut ,and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Berg- gren of Newberg. Mr. azd Mrs. Arthur Andersort and four rhtldmn of Weathers- field, O0rm., arrived lVlonday to Spend the summer months a,t the W. H. Brandt and Kenneth Knut- son hnes. Recent dinner guests and visit. ors at the George Daley hne were Mr. and Mrs. 1Varin Sell. and f Hlllsboro. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kadell were Monday evening supper guests ,at, the Palph K, adell ,tmne. Enjoying a picnic the 4th of July at the new Mill Creek park were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kadell and $anice, Mr. and Mrs. Ezr Kitmer, Gary and Jhnny, Mr. and Mrs. Carles Kadell, Bobby and Anita of Ballston and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Kilmer of Sal. era. That evening all atended the games and fire works at lickreall. The Kenneth Knutson family spent the 4th of July at the boach hotme and had as their guests, Pastor and Mrs. Paul Wietzke Sheridan Briefs Methodist youth st.vn(ting .i:t week at atll'LiOl' (:'n!]) at CI,It[ M a g r a u d e r a>, (.;:,?:le Y,: J,:, Sara c,cq{ Mike i;c,{i a 4d .q'a Latham. Cot'm::a'io,::; ;'. &is ca.:at) )'0nl [;}]c1qdal? 2)>) l{:;l:'C'li [[q:t'olr and John Ogdeau tany MeKib ben is at,tending Yen:ior tii.g!', Y,outh Gamp cot Sotlh: ltke ao( Rhoda Pitman is a rsmlsele: and family of Dalla:< "Phat even. i,tg the group all e.njoyed yield- ing the fireworks (thq)lay'Taft Mr. and Mrs. Ira Eve and Po4ney NeM were Mnday vlzit- ors at the Paul Wagler horre at Goldcreek. Sky Way Drive-In Theatre nil.- 00tT.- slnt. July 12- 13- 14 ELVIS PRESLY in Follow That Dream PLUS Frank Sinatra in The Manchurian C,mdidate Sunday Family Night - Only 1 Showing Of Each Feature. $1 Per Car tkatta00 a ,[idiaa ! 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