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PAGE4-- THE DAYTON TRIBUNE -- DAYTON, 0REGON-- Mary Dummer, Carl Meininger Exchange Wedding Vows May 13 St. Mary's Chapel on the Uni- versity of Portland campus was the setting chosen for the May 13 wedding ceremony, uniting Miss Mary Frances Detainer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Detainer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Detainer. Dayton, and Carl Richard Meininger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Meininger, Milwaukie. Rev. Ned Reidy, C.S.C.. officiat- ed, assisted by Rev. Ben Lind- strom, at the 2:(X) double ring ceremony in the presence of rela- tives and friends. The sanctuary was beautifully decorated with basket arrange- ments of white gladiolas and blue pore pores. The candles adorning the altar were lit by the bride's brother, James Dummer. Organist Olwen Strode played "Ode to Joy" as Mr. Dummer Salem Business Directory and Shopping Guide BICYCLES SCOTT'S CYCLE SHOP --Schwinn Bicycles- Sales-Service-Accessories BankAmericard--Master Charge Welcome 147 Commercial SE 363-4516 .o )RUGGISTS WEST SALE M PHARMACY "Prescription Specialists" WEEKDAYS 'TIL 7:00 P.M. 675 Wallace Rd. N.W. 581-1689 MEN'S CLOTHING, SHOES LES NEWMAN'S Men's Wear, Work Clothing, Rainwear Boots & Shoes, La- Crosse Rubber Co. Justin Boots. Endicott, Johnson & Redwing Shoes, Rainfair & U.S. Rubber Clothing 179 Commercial NE 363-5508 Bank Americard-Master Charge MUSIC DEALERS WILLS MUSIC STORE Band & Orchestra Instruments Sales & Rentals Baldwin Pianos & Organs Records -- Sheet Music -- Guitars & Amplifiers -- I S&H Green Stamps J432 State St. Ph. 364-6757 NEEDLECRAFT THE BUSY NEEDLE "For Quality & Beauty in Needlecraft" Needlepoint-Crewel-Crochet Latch Hook RugsKnitting Complete line of DMC threads BankAmericard-Master Charge Lancaster Mall Ph. 363-9898 WOMEN'S APPAREL "Where fashion is a look, i i not a size" 18-52, 16'&42 i Sportswear-Coats-Swea Long Dresses-.Linerie IE kliSANl LAWT iLancoster Mall Ph. 362.7']164 IIIlllIIUIIIi !lllllllulllllll|llllllllllllflllllltll ;l]ill BII ] IIIIIIIP IIUlIIIIIIIIIIlUIIIIIIIII escorted his older daughter to the altar. The bride wore a floor length candlelight wedding dress with finger tip veil trimmed in matching lace. She carried a bouquet of white roses att(l daisies. Ring bearer was John Detainer, brother of the bride. ttonor attendant was Miss Deb- bie Schmidt, a college class mate. Bridesmaids verc Miss Dianne Detainer. sister of the bride, and Miss Valorie Hagg, a college class mate. All attendants' dresses were identically styled in white eyelet witl, blue trine. ]'hey carried bou- quets of blue daisies. Bruce Newkirk served as best nlan and groomsmen wet._' Michael " Dr, miner, brother of the bride, and Mark Meininger. brother of the green]. Ushering the guests were the groom's brothers, Walter. and Ed- ward Meininger. Betkre and during the service, song selections were sung by fiiends of Mary and Carl, accom- panied on the guitar by Miss Nancy Smith and Mr. Mike Warner. Following the ceremony a recep- tion was arranged in the chapel fellowship room. Mrs. William Hagman and Mrs. Kenneth Hunt, aunts of the bride, cut and served the traditional wedding cake. Pouring and assisting were the bride's college classmates and the groom's aunt, Audrey Saunders. The couple chose Oregon scenic places and northern California for their honeymoon. Mary was a 1974 graduate of Dayton High School and attended the University of Portland. She is presently employed by Good Sa- maritan Hospital. Carl is a 1971 graduate of Clack- areas High School. a 197,5 graduate of the University of Portland, and presently is employed as a mech- anical engineer by Hyster Co. of Portland. A potluck dinner honoring the couple was planned upon their return from their honeymoon, it aas at their new residence in North Portland on Sunday, May 21. Their family and friends enjoyed the afternoon as Mr. and Mrs. Meinin- ger opened their wedding gifts. Kill Kare Klub Has Luncheon ]'he Kill Kare Klub held its May meeting at the home of Mrs. Verne Garrctt Thursday. She served cookies and coffee and a short meeting was held. The minutes of the last meeting were read and roll was called. Mrs. Lena Filer won the fear prize of a hanging plant. Mrs. Garrett had crocheted the holder in red and white. The meeting closed, and all members present went to the Kings Table for a delicious lunch. Those going were Hilma Garrett, Agnes Abdill, Josie Jenkins, Ethel Ditto, Lena Filer. Florence Foster, Dee Hall, Alvina Reu, Viola Unruh and Wilma Liebenow. YES WE SELL IT --- i- Auto [ Fire ii Life !7] Bonds -i Health Accident r- Liability r-; Compensation [ Marine MATTOX INSURANCE AGENCY THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1978 CLASSIFIED In our time Of sorrow, the family of Wesley A. Valek, wish to thank everyone for being so thoughtful and kind to all of us and for all the lovely flowers, cards and food--To those who sent to the various Re- search funds. Mrs. Anna Valek, Dundee Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Jackson and family, Newberg Mr. and Mrs.Gene Valek, and family. Monmouth Memorial Day Boat Races In Newberg May 27 1"he Newberg Boat Club will sponsor the 30th Annual Memorial Day Boat Races May 27 and 28. The races will be held at the Newberg Boat Ramp on the Wil- lamette River. Races will start at 10:30 am Saturday and 11 am Sunday and continue until 6:30 pm both days. Admission and parking are free. A refreshment stand will be avail- able. There are 17 classes running: hydros, runnabouts and outboard performance craft. On Ma' 27 there will be closed course racing, two heats per class, with point and timing devices de- terming winners. On May 28 hy- dros and runnabouts will compete in closed course racing. Outboard perfl)rmance craft will compete in half-hour marathons. Race teams and individual racers from five Western states and Can- ada will be competing for point and qualification for the Regional and National competition later this sumnler. The boat ramp will be closed to public launching during the race dates. FREE CATALOG For a free government catalog listing more than 2tX) helpful b(x)klets, write: Consumer Information Center, I)ept. B, Pueblo. Colorado V;I(XD. el0P OUAU1T eL0W PIKES ,FAll SIIYI(I the dayton tribune McMinnville Organ ( Piano Center IN THE TOWN SHOPPING CENTER 1291 N. 99W 472-6693 New & Used Organs & Pianos SALES -- SERVICE -- TERMS -- TRADES -- LESSONS Sheet Music, Music Books, etc. Don Cornett's Repair Cars, Tractors and Farm Machinery 9-5 MONDAY-FRIDAY 29 Years in Same Location 409 Oak St. Dayton Phone 864-3336 . IL FREE for cutting. I% A, hay, heavy crop. A.A: Hill, Rt. I, Box 95, Dayton, Ore. E. Grand Island Junction. Ph. 868-7547. 22c Strawberry pickers wanted. 10 ac- res, all Ist year. Bus from Dayton. ,lira Shelburne, 868-7342. 22-24c Wanted: Custom hay baling in Dayton and McMinnville area. $8.00 per ton. Alvin Rutschman. Ph. 808-7537. 22-24c At MACY & SON Public Notice NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Budget Committee of the City of Lafayette will meet on Mon- day, June 5, 1978 at 7:30 P.M. in City Hall Council Chambers in La- fayette, Oregon. This is a public meeting where deliberation of the Budget Committee will take place. The Committee will hear the bud- get message and receive the bud- get document, in addition to hear- ing any person who wishes to speak on the budget or any part of it. Blanche Williamson Budget Officer the privacy of a family is highly respected MACY & SON provide: a private family chapel a private reposing room that may be visited at any time. a private paved and lighted parking lot adjacent our chapel where funeral processions are formed. Macv&Son 2"qD & EVANS McMINNVILLE FUNERAL DIRECTORS 472.6151 IIIIII I " WEEKEND SPECIALS This Ad Good For Friday & Saturday, May 26th & 27th 10 Ibs. U.S. No. 1 Potatoes 49 r ! SPECIAL! 1 lb. Bar-S Extra Lean Franks .. $1.29 14-oz. Gorton's Fish Stix .. $1.19 Western Style, Turkey, Chopped Sirloin and Meat Loaf Swanson T.V. Dinners .. 62c 8 oz. Philadelphia Cream Cheese 55c Sweet & Golden BANANAS 6 Ibs. $1.00 18 oz. Reg. or Hickory Smoke Kraft Bar-B-Q Sauce ... 63c 16 oz. Fancy Walla-Walla Sweet Peas 3/90c 1 lb. Bar-S Bologna ........ $1.05 3 oz. Pkg. Ramen Supreme Oriental Noodles ..... 5/$1.00 71/4 -OZ. Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Dinner 4/$1 8V2-oz.. Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix 5/$1.00 ! 12-0z. Hi-C Cans PLUS ALL 12-oz. + deposit oke Can Products .. 6/$1.09 1 lb. Darigold Butter .. $1.' HALF GALLON Darigold Ice Cream ... $1.29 1 lb. Nuco Margarine 2/$1.00 I I I r V 1 S k tl r tl C, E 4