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8 The Sun, Wednesday, July 31, 1991 Kathryn Jane Maze of Willamina stands with her child care and child development exhibit and an exhibit of outdoor foods, which will be among 4-H projects on display at the Yamhill County Fair beginning today in McMinnville.--Photos by Dawn Buckholtz. Pete Overholser holds cat Nutsy. He built his pet a cage as a 4-H fair project. Willamina lists public meetings City of Willamina public meet- ings for August have been announced. All meetings are open to the public and held in council chambers at city hall unless otherwise noted. Aug. 1: Police committee, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 5: Planning commission, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 6: Finance committee, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 7: EID ommittee, Vic's Restaurant, 8 a.m. Aug. 8: City council meeting, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 13: Public affairs committee, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 20: Utility committee, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 22: Municipal court, 9 a.m. Aug. 29: City council meeting, 7:30 ).m. Josh Lehner poses with his ram King, his 4-H project for the Yamhlll County Fair. Sheep judging is scheduled for today, market animal auction for 7 p.m. Friday at the fairgrounds. Helen Fey and Kathryn Jane Maze hold certificates awarded in 4-H essay contest. 4-H projects and exhibits of all sorts will be displayed at Yamhill County Fair, running through Saturday. .'tll:10F.ll II ['dfl:111,.l' Ill$II:Y v,q:lfl:l=i,'bhV %.. , r  Call ! 623.3048 : for more ;lip  i i ep i ,th information "  Open Class Youth Open Class n Class I , Arts and Craft Foods, Textiles, Grains, Honey,  L, Exhibits entered Crafts, Fine Arls Forestry, Fruits. /   i 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Photography Nuts, Vegetables  . IV' exhibits entered and Floriculture ,  '  1 p.m. to 9 p.m. exhibits entered E. 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. 11 Gospel Music NPRA Rodeo. 4-H Dog Show Awards Ceremony. 18 Family Reunion. Wedding Reception. Dal[es Assembly 12 19 Round Dance. 13 20 Round Dance 14 21 26 Round Dance '27 Round Dance 28 I:lll:{,lnhl' 1 8 SENIOR DAY Our Fair Lady Contest. 4-H Horse Show. Old Time Fiddlers. A Bunch of Daisies. 15 Extension Cooking Demonstration. 22 Farm Bureau Lunch Saddle-ire Ride Night. 29 Dog Obience ;I;11 ft.4 i 4-H Horse Show. Dave Emery (Magician) Joe Stoa (Music Comedy) Luckiamute River Band; l(Music) FFA Tractor Driving Class. 16 23 30 f.'llll 'l IhV 3 National Guard Reid Tninc Contest. Family Fun & Games. Old Time Fiddlers. Uvestod Auction. 17 Heifer Project. Class Reunion. Praegitzer Industrms. 24 Oregon Turkey Growers Picnic. Diamonds in the Rough (uare O) 31 Harley Mishlers to mark 1 60th wedding anni Sixty years ago a young woman attending a Saturday night street dance in Sheridan caught the eye of a strapping young man with auburn hair. Not long after Harley Mishler met Ruth Fendall, they became man and wife. As newlyweds, they lived in McMinnville and Salem while Har- ley worked as a baker. In 1936 they purchased a bakery in Cannon Beach, and Harley originated Hay Stack Bread as a popular tourist bestseller. Three children, Fritz, Neal and Nancy, had blessed their home. In 1947 they sold their bakery and purchased land west of Wdlamina in the foothills of the coast range. A fourth child, Naomi, was born. On land originally settled by Ruth's great-grandfather, the Mishlers built the home in which they now live. Ruth spent her time raising her own and many neighborhood chil- dren, helping on the farm and teach- ing the high school class at Willa- mina Christian Church. Harley was active in logging and farming. Fond- est memories include camping trips to Oregon lakes and the mountains with neighbors and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Mishler still live active lives, working on their farm and garden. Harley is involved in many community groups, and his main interest is in private property ownership. They are much loved members of the Willamina com- munity. On Aug. 11, between 2 to 5 p.m., an open house will be held in their honor at the Fendall Community Club, west of Willamina. Four gen- erations of Mishlers, consisting of 28 children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren will host the 90th birthday party planned for Gladys Werth Celebration of the 90th birthday of Gladys Tegeler Werth of Valley Junction will be held Aug. 3, at the Grand Ronde Methodist Church from 2 to 4 p.m. Hosting the reception will be her two sons, Elmer and Dean, grand- children and great grandchildren. No gifts, please. All friends are invited. Seniors agency offers funding for coalition Mid-Willamette Valley Senior Services Agency is seeking a busi- ness, public agency, voluntary or private organization to apply for a grant to be used for the development of a Community Eldercare Coali- tion. The purpose of the coalition is to heighten public awareness and to address the unmet service needs of older persons. Currently, grant money of $20,000 is available to communities interested in developing a Commun- ity Eldercare Coalition. If your organization would be interested in exploring this grant opportunity further, please contact Randy Pop- pen at Senior Services Agency, 371-7606. Deadline for the grant application is Aug. 30. event. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the celebration and bring with them any special memo- ties to be filmed at the occasion on video. A family member computed the number of days the couple had been married. The total came to 21,915. When Harley was asked if it seemed that long, he replied, with a smile...."No, it seems like only yesterday." This special couple through half a century of history. They have seen and buggy, the Great the beginnings of radio, II, horseless carriages, jets on the moon. They have covenant of love, security ity as a priceless gift to generations. Family, low Oregonians say Mr. and Mrs. Mishler. 6Oth Anniver: Harley & Ruth Mishler An open house honoring the Mishler's 60th Wedding be held Sunday, August llth, from 2:00 to 5:00 pm at the Community Club, west of Willamina. Friends and are f Air Conditioners starting at $329 o HOME LES'APPLIANC 309 N. Baker, McMinnville Open Monday-Friday 9-6, Saturday 10-5, Sunday 90 DAYS SAME AS CASI" OPEN SUNDAYS! I Willamina Drugs can " I YourHome Health Care I Now avallable-- for rent: I Wheelchairs .-, ! ! ! I _ I * Walkers /!.I I. . I * Crutches   I Canes " I z- I Home Health Care items also available for sale. Large items can be ordered. We will assist our customers in billing MediCare. Next Senior Day: Friday, August 2 - 9 am to noon Free blood pressure check by Willamina Amb4 Free Coffee & Cookies Special Drawing for Senior Saver Club members *Senior Saver Club membership is open to anyone age 60 and over. 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