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PAGE 2 -- THE DAYTON TRIBUNE Hopewell Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams and Chris attended the retiring party for Carl Mason, at the First Methodist Church of Forest Grove on Sunday. He had been Western Public Forum... to the Editor: It is amazing that we in Yamhill County are supplied such excellent services when their source of fund- ing is an antiquated tax base es- tablished in 1916. A vote of YES for a new tax base is necessa just to maintain our current high level of service. Elaine Craig Dayton, Oregon Services Held For Dayton Citizen Services for Harry Stewart Stretch, 84, of Dayton were held Monday, May S in the Chapel of Macy &amp; Son. Interment was in Dayton IOOF Cemetery. Mr. Stretch died April 30, 1980 in the McMinnville Hospital. Mr. Stretch was born May 21, 1895 in Dayton, the son of Nathan- iel S. and Ads Paxson Stretch. He was a lifetime resident of the Dayton area. From 1942 until 1963 he was employed as a janitor at the Dayton Grade School. His father before him was a janitor at the school for 25 years. Survivors include nieces, Ads Lowe of Dayton and Mary GeRry of Lake Oswego, Ore.; nephew, Don- ald Stretch of Newport, Ore. II III -- I II I MIIWORK K.cmct=.m | 1Od, ve m OUMIttlCnON .mmooetmo ROSEWOOD BUILDERS SUPPLY a35-4741 IW E. 4th Amity ,/e Mm:k wm fire ration n -- DAYTON, OREGON -- THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1980 and all women of the community are invited. May 15, at 6:30 pm, the Wo- men's Spring Dessert is planned at the Hopewell Church, with Joanna Wallace as the guest speaker. All women of the community are urged to participate. Mother's Day will be observed at the morning service on May 11 with appropriate activities. District Superintendent of the Methodist Churches for many years. John Kotka, Mrs. Beulah Reed, Mrs. John Ojua and Mrs. N. O. Pearse attended the 100th birthday party for Mrs. May Rickey at the Unionvale Church Sunday after- noon, May 4. N. O. Pearse was home for the day Saturday, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pearse of West Linn called in the afternoon and took him back to the Oakwood Glen Nursing Home #2. The Rummage Sale and Flea Market at the Hopewell School last Saturday, was well attended and about $125 was realized for the work of the Parents Club for the School. The new swings are being installed at the present time, and they hope to have a play shed also. Guests of Mrs. Margaret Janzen during the week were Mr. and Mrs. George Kirkwood and sons of Hillsboro and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spiilman of Beaverton. Steven Pearse and Tim Janzen enjoyed a skiing trip to Mt. Hood Meadows on Saturday, with perfect weather for the day. Hopeweil Church The women who attended the Evangelical Women's Retreat at Cannon Beach gave echoes of their experience on Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning at the evening service May 4. Rev. Charles Ludwig attended the Salem Area Minister's meeting at the Lincoln City Church on Tuesday, following the men's breakfast at the Hopewell Church. The Women's Bible Study has been changed to Tuesday evening, at 7:30 pm at Kathy Ediger's home. All women of the community are invited. On Friday of this week, the Senior Youth Fellowship will have a planning retreat at Fogarty Beach, remaining overnight and enjoy a picnic with the Salem Area young people at Fogarty Park on Sat- urday. On May 13, at 1:30 pm, the Hopewell Missionary Society will meet at the home of Cathy Withee, Fairview Dr. and Mrs. George T. Simpson of Eugene were weekend guests of the Lowell CampbeUs. Manuel Morris is ill at the Mc- Minnville Hospital and Mrs. Mor- ris is a guest of her son, Mr. and Mr.. Kenneth Morris. Mrs. Veta Stephens, former res- ident of Fairview and now living at the Willamette Lutheran Home in Salem, celebrated a birthday on April 30. On May 1, Mrs. Vernon Stephens and Mrs. Carl Rasaka were hostesses at the Home for a birthday party, attended by Mrs. John Ojua, Mrs. Nels Sipola, Mrs. N. O. Pearse, Mrs. Lowell Camp- bell, Mrs. Waldo Maker and Mrs. Charles Barrett of the Willamette Lutheran Home. Mrs. Stephens also attended the birthday party for Mrs. May Rickey's 100th birthday at the Home on May 1. Scott Wood of Vancouver, Wash. was a guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Neis Sipola, and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Luke for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stephens and Gretchen were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stephens and Gretchen remained for a week's visit. Mrs. Charles Helms of Elsinore, Calif., and her father-in-law, Chas. Hels arrived by air Sunday after- noon and Mr. Helms is visiting relatives in Canby. Mrs. Helms is a guest of her sister, MR. and Mrs. Ernie Rhone and family. Wheatland Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beaty visited Mrs. Rhoda Owens and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Derrick at Sand Lake on Monday of last week. On April 23, Mr. and Mrs. Beaty visited Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wil- liams and son of Molalla. The baby ,,.,,.w. boy is Mrs. Beaty's great-grand- BUSINESS AND son, and Mrs. Amy McMahan of Amity is great-great-great aunt. PROFESSIONAL Joe Beaty and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Garcia went to Detroit DIRECTORY Lake this past week and came home with five trout. .......... .... " ...... dl Unionvale t Dr. J.L McKmne 7| Z OPTOMETRIST | Mothers Day will be observed at l l Newberg, Oreg ! | the Unionvale Church morning | Lenses, Frames Dup//cated | service with special flowers and music. Everyone is cordially invit- Ph. JE 8-2460 | ed. Gallery to Present Gallery Players of Oregon will present the final concert in their & REALTOR k1'._--" #7" ,  "Contemporary Music Series" HAS THE I! with the appearance fVincent McDermott on Sunday evening, fr,.% ,' ', May 11. The concert of multimedia KEY TO YOUR works will be performed at B pm in HOUSING k'j  I Gallery's temporary quarters at the Yamhill County Fairgrounds. The concert will present a group PROBLEMS ' ' l! of multimedia pieces, worksutiliz. ing dancers, musicians, a singer, a mime, visual projects, lighting de- kL i sign, electronic music, and numer. ous instruments from the Far East. K Would You Like To Sell A house or Buy A, Home? * : : : -" : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :-'- |t15 "WE CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN' THE DAYTON TRIBUNE CALL Printed Weekly at 3rd & Ferry, Dayton, Oregon 97114 C ' S R E A L T Y Subscription -- $3.50 per year Send to P. O. Box 68, 29 Portland Rd., Newberg Dayton, 0rep0n97114 538-7338 538-9276 2nd Class Postage Paid At ' >4W, X<:; Dayton, Oregon 97114  :'mb%31./l ===================== happenings on the local scene Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sherman of Dayton went to New Orleans re- cently on business, and then flew to San Jose, Costa Rica to visit their daughter, Mary Sherman who is an exchange student at college there. They will be home this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hall were Sunday guests at the home of their granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jundt in Vancouver, Wash. On the way home they stopped at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Jette in Sherwood and helped them cele- brate their wedding anniversary. Mrs. Alvina Reu accompanied her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Man- ley Borgan, to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Borgan in Portland Sunday. All the Borgan children were present. Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Galer and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd GRief Jr. and son Michael helped their mother and grandmother celebrate her birthday'May 4. Miss Charlotte Filer went to the Portland airport Friday afternoon to meet her sister, Mrs. Bernard Lippens of Chamberlain, So. Dako- ta, who will be visiting her mother, Mrs. Lena Filer, and Charlotte for two weeks. Mrs. MaP Anderson, a former Dayton resident, was here recently visiting relatives and friends and now has gone back to her home in California. Mrs. Tony Hatch and Heidi from Amity visited the Lloyd GRief home on Sunday. Heidi is the great granddaughter of the Galers. Mrs. Lena Filer and daughters, Mrs. Bernard Lippens from Cham- berlain, So. Dak., and Charlotte, visited their sister and aunt, Mrs. Barbara Dill in Portland Sunday afternoon. Riter Dean of Salem, who has many friends in Dayton, is satis- factorily recovering from recent open heart surgery. He is hospital- ized in Salem. o Hopewell SDA Church News ( Pastor D. H. Dull gave a stirring sermon May 3 on "Limiting God". Joe Pearles furnished special mus- ic. Many visitors were present. Next Sabbath will be Fellowship Dinner. The fathers are to serve dinner in honor of Mother's Day. Sabbath School highlights of May 3 with Dalles BartelJ,,,acting supt. Progress report. Phyllis Keith. Evangelism material, Harry Christianson. Special music, Jason Oakes. Mission spotlight narration and pictures by Jim Jedel. Coming events: Northern Path- finder Fair Sunday, May 11 begin- ning at 10 am at Multnomah County Exposition Center, Port- land. The program will include Pathfinder demonstrations, display booths, a parade, program and good food. Our club leaders Run and Sharon Esperson will be taking the club of 15 members to this all day event. Associated Missionary Volunteer Program at McMinnville Seventh- Day Adventist Church May 3 at 5 pm featured Mrs. Mac Jackson telling stories of her year in 1979 in Bangladesh. Doctors and attorneys are consulted in advance of need More and more people consult their funeral director in advance of need. MACY & SON Funeral Directors invite your inquiries as to pre-planning of funerals. FUNERAL Macv & Son ...,,.='ro,s 2nil & Evans McMinnville 472-6151 National Selected Morticians Member by Invitation RE-ELECT JOHN P. MACAULAY II IIII I I1| DEMOCRAT Yamhill County COMMISSIONER Pus. #2 Continued County Service -- with'. "The00 with Experience" Macaulay Campaign, John P. Macaulay, Treas., 2012 Haworth, Newberg, Ore. 97132 I Ell III I lie m,,,_ _