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THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1982 -- THE DAYTON TRIBUNE -- DAYTON, OREGON -- PAGE 3 -~a~t-~n-~o~n'~s__[-'~..--3 Roses displayed at ~- : ....... ....... Garden Club meeting The Dayton Garden Club met Monday afternoon at the home of Vivian Abdill. A delicious dessert was enjoyed before the meeting opened. Audrey Lippens opened the meeting in the absence of Frances Burris who is on vacation. The members saluted the flag and gave the garden pledge. The minutes of the last meeting were read and the trea- surer's report given. It was decided we would have a small wheel barrel float in the Old Timer's parade. For roll call each member brought a rose and told about it. Lena Filer told about the Rose Garden at Bush House in Salem and Evelyn Lenderink read an article on how to take care of roses. There were some lovely roses on display. There were eight members and one guest, Charlotte Filer, who is on vacation. It was decided to have the July meeting the second Monday instead of the first Monday because of the 4th of July holiday. Lena Filer won the door prize. The next meeting will be at the home of Wilma Leibenow and the subject will be African violets and roll call will be a patriotic story or poem. Everyone had a very enjoyable afternoon. Gordon Whitehead receives promotion Miss Kathy Galer and Miss Leona Slaybaugh from Sheridan were Sunday evening callers at the home of Mrs. Katharine Galer. Mrs. Fabiola Bourassa has returned home after spending a month visiting her children in Alaska. She visited her son, Jos Bourassa and son, Maurice, in Palmer and her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reynolds and daughter, Lisa, in Aniak. The Reynolds will soon be coming to Dayton to spend six weeks with Mrs. Bburassa, while Mr. Reynolds, who is a teacher, attends summer classes at Linfleld College. Miss Charlotte Filer attended a potluck dinner Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Sybil Seward and Miss Edith Reynolds in McMinnville. The occasion was the 91st birthday of Mrs. Colena Anderson. DAYTON RESIDENT GETS GED The High School Equivalency Program (HEP) has announced that Marta Campa of Dayton, has suc- cessfully earned the General Education Development (GED) on June S. HEP, a federally funded program, is sponsored by the University of Oregon. It is an alternative migrant education program for young men, and women 17 to 24 years old who have not completed a high school education but wish to do so. ~Dt~~nm, o~l t: :) c ~ I~ Marine Pfc. Gordon E. Whitehead, son of Floyd and Ellen Whitehead of Dayton, has been meritoriously iFur'D I promoted to his present rank upon graduation from i ServiceStation irecruit training at the Marine Crps Recruit Dept' SanDiego. He received the early promotion for superior i FOR COMPLETE i achievement in physical fitness during the l 1-week ~ He achieved 300 points (of a possible 300, on the i AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES itrainingcycle" Marine Corps physical fitness test, which consists of | NEW & USED TIRES -- | situps, pullups and a timed three-mile run. I BATTERIES &ACCESSORIES ~ ,= I WE PICK UP AND DELIVER, :; ~OB DOUD 3rd& Madison RAY PRATT 3[ ,-""~ ~wner Lafayette, Or. Service i 864-2243 Manager P.S. We also pump gas! ~ In 1981 dairy products accounted for $9,180,000 I II MACY & SON salutes the dairy IIfarmers of Yamhill County and their | ~ ill'mnrta"ct t ur 'ca' ecnrny i I II MACY & SO i "'~~~*~~"~'"'"~"'- iI1 2nd& Evans McMinnville 472-6151 I~ -- c " :3 r~Dcr~.o4mJ.o~Dt~ U, National Selected Morticians Member by Invitation 2,3&4 JU Carnival Nation's Greatest Fourth of July Rodeo NMht Events at 8R/Yr. Jq]y 2,3&4 Afternoon Show h3ORM. July 4 TICKETS: Stevens and Son Portland. Salem Rodeo Ticket office 633-2011 ..for individualized fa~wers issuratWe. With a United Pacific/Reliance "farmowners unipackage" you may select an individually tailored insurance program designea especially for you. Farmowners unipackage is very flextble combmtng co ra e wtth a ' " " " mprehensive liability cove g ' wtde range of addttton ct for our " " al coverages that you selc Y ' personal needs. For complete details on this all-in-one farmers package, Call us today. Ray Clevenger Ins. Agency 302 Ferry St. Dayton Phone 884-2227 uNrrlzD / iii ill 20 ACRES OF FREE PARKING Only a few minutes from you Webfoot Mrs. Bob Dorsey and Mrs. Dorothy Ford went to Canby Friday where they were guests of Mrs. Lucille Gale and all went shopping at a new shopping center. Mrs. Patric Smith and daughters of Mills City were Thursday callers on her mother, Mrs. Mildred Shafer. Mrs. Edith Haymes of Los Angeles is visiting at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Bob Perez. She came up for the graduation of her great-grandson Robin Perez, who was also honored as Senior Boy of the year. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Johnson were Sunday evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Doud. .~, 7 SALE -- FRIDAY thru SUNDAY, June 11, 12 & 13, as Quantities Last Chunk Light, 6Ve-oz. cans Reg. $1.19 each Pacific Crest Tuna .. 88c IN OWN JUICE, Chunky or Grated, 15-oz. cans each Del Monte Pineapple 59c Campbell's, 16-oz. cans each Pork & Beans ...... 39c Betty Crocker Assorted, 5V2 oz. to 7V2-0z. boxes, Reg. $1.19 each Hamburger Helpers ... 95c 12-oz. cans Reg. $1.89 each -- 1st can Spam Lunch Meat... $1.55 Nabisco, 13 72-oz. packages each Nutter Butter Cookies $1.29 Malt-O-Meal, Big 16-oz. bags Reg. $1.29-- first bag Puffed Rice or Wheat $1.19 Nalley's Tang, 23-oz. jars each Salad Dressing .... $1.59 Hamburger or Sweet, 12-oL~ar$ Reg. 88c each Nalley's Relish .... 75c Banquet Frozen, &-oz. size Chicken or Turkey Pies 3/$1 BANQUET, frozen, laroz, each Cream Pies ... Reg. $1.09 85c Pork Shoulder Steaks $1.59 lb. Pork Shoulder Roasts $1.39 4 Fresh Pork Hocks lb. 59c Lettuce ........... lb. 29c