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Myrtle Barber $76-2842 Polk County 4-H 37 young i0ne 4-H club was held the Civic Center in Lowry, 4-H agent, of ceremonies, introdu- to their sponsors Barnett community award was earned the ment award, Deanna Marx of Rick- reall; leadership by Sarah Callen of Monmouth; and citizenship by Mel- ody Richardson of Rickreall. Local winners included: from Ballston: Gina Newton, health; Tra- cy Whitlow, home economics; and Jemd Gage-Brickeen, wood- working; from Sheridan: Delsi Pel- zer, records; McKenzie Sexton, pho- tography; and Luke Monroe, sheep. The Fort Hill-Grand Ronde home extension study group sponsored OR 97396 PHONE 876-2132 10 AM TO 7 PM SUNDAYS 23 - OCTOBER 29, 1991 TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ,b $1 99 300or$1 FLORAL Favorite, Selena Veach for outstanding mod- eling. Selena is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McKibben of Sheridan. Mary Jenny, economics develop- ment librarian from Oregon State University, met with 10 members of the Polk County extension council and agent Pat Swan last Friday. She invited the group to tour the new library system Nov. 6. President Gerry Hubbard reported they attended membership and in- ternational seminars while they were at the state board meeting in Kiamath Falls earlier this month. The Netherlands will be the country studied next year. Planned local community service projects include handmade quilts for children to be given to police de- partments and books for newborn babies at the Dallas hospital. The literacy program Project Home Safe will continue. Upcoming events include the Ex- tension alumni sponsored Holiday Fair at the fairgrounds in Rickreall on Nov. 1 and 2, and the Learning for Fun Day on Feb. 28. Teachers are still needed for various classes. : ,,: ,,;..f.... .... . . $ Nutritional, California Grown I I I Sweet Star Fruit 3 / Delicious, Florida Grown .................. Fresh Bunched Spinach Tender Leaf, Local Grown ............. Ea..49 Western Family .... Popcorn Beans Fresh Green 6900! Kraft Yellow or White, 2-Lb. Bag Marshmallows ................. California Grown, Tender Jet Puffed or Miniature, 16-Oz ............... Sirloin Sirloin $ 49 Lb. P trick's (Sorned Beef Great Anytime! ........... 39 Lb. Wednesday, October 23, 1991, The Sun 7 RONDE By Mickey Barber .: 879-5060 Primrose Rebekah Lodge held its regular meeting Thursday afternoon with Noble Grand Eloise Hulett presiding and 17 members present. Loin Lord and Wilma Thompson worked at the Golden Kitchen this month. The new officers elected for the coming year are: Noble Grand, Pat Winkler; Vice-Grand, Mickey BAKERY Pumpkin Or Apple Cider Halloween (00ake $199 [)onuts ........................ Dozen 1 [',pecial Decorated Halloween $ 00'99 Cakes ........................... : Layer-- Pumpkin ,o..* ....................... , ............ Eao C lallween 00or$299 .00upcakes ...... 6 II I Barber;, recording secretary, Nettle Wise; financial secretary, Velda Ford; treasurer, Loin Lord; trustee, Dot Houston; drill captain, Eunice Gustafson; degree captain, Theda Wright. Plans were finalized for the annual luncheon, bazaar, craft and bake sale and white elephant items this Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Gary and Marlene Littlejohn drove to Grants Pass last week to visit with Shellie (Nokleby) and Brian Farber and their son Chad and to greet their new addition---Alyssa Rhae Farber, born Oct. 11, weighing 7 lbs., 3 oz. Grandmother is Faye Nokleby of Willamina. Joyce Zimbrick visited her uncle Garland Huddleston, 93, at the Cor- vallis hospital last week. He is being moved to a nursing home in Corval- lis. Ruby Rink, enjoyed the visit of Violet Godsey, Graig Kosko and friend Aloha of Portland on Satur- day. Visitors at Ed and Carolyn Asho- dian's home Saturday were old friends and former neighbors Ted and Kittie Elliot of Brookings. Bob and Dot Houston's son and wife Dick and Anita Houston of Vancouver, Wash., visited them Sat- urday and Sunday. Ab and Jenelle Coblentz visited their son-in-law Duane Icker who is improving at St. Vincent's Hospital in Portland. A.W. and Mary Wheeler returned Thursday from eight days in Califor- nia where they visited two daughters and families---Elizabeth and Kevin Cox at San Jose, Mary Catherine and Jeffery Cox (brothers) at Walnut Creek. The Catholic church had a very successful ham dinner and bazmr Sunday. The food was delicious, as usual. Saw lots of people, some came from Portland and Sand Lake. Elmer and Elsie Werth returned Thursday from a three week trip of 5,250 mils, through 10 states. They visited the Anasazi ruins in Utah and relatives in Nebraska, Kansas and Idaho. The colors were gor- geous, especially in the Wolf Creek pass. The Werth family celebrated the birthdays of Amy, Dee and Dennis Werth with an annual barbecue on Schuerch Ridge. Jennee Duling reports another accident Saturday evening at the intersection of Hwy. 22 and Grand Ronde Road when two vehicles collided. There were no injuries, as the people were wearing seat re- straints. As Jennee wo'ks with the quick recovery team she is appeal- ing to people to promote a light by the stop sign or, at least, a flashing yellow light. There have been five accidents in less than a year there and a fatality in August. Kristi and Russ Osborne celebrat- ed her birthday with friends at Andy and Ida Graham's home last Sun- day. Jim and Lupe Burger enjoyed a Chinese dinner at Lincoln City Saturday. Sheridan fire cause probed Sheridan f'we officials are seeking information about circumstances surrounding a smokey blaze that destroyed a vacant auto repair shop Oct. 14 at 234 E. Main St. The fire was of suspicious origin and an investigation is underway, according to Sheridan Fire Chief John Fowler. "We're asking anyone with infor- mation to come forward," Fowler said. "If someone saw people there or can identify people there within an hour of the fire, we would like to talk to them." The blaze, reported at 3:07 p.m., had almost totally engulfed the for- mer auto repair and detail shops by the time firefighters arrived, Fowler said. Fifteen Sheridan firefighters, assisted by a three-person Willa- mini crew, worked to control the fire, Fowler said. Highway 18B was closed for about half an hour. The fire appeared to have started in the northeast comer of the build- ing, which was empty except for t piles of discarded tires, Fowler said. 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