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r Reichsteins Visit Family Members Air force staff sergeant Philip Reichstein and his wife, Marlene, of Travis A.F.B., California were on three weeks leave, dividing their time between his family here, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Reichstein, and her family at Tacoma, Wash. While here , they attended a picnic at Wortman park in McMinnville, and went to the coast, where they had spent their honeymoon, five years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Reichstein spent about a week at Netarts recently, with her sister and bro- ther in law, Mr. and Mrs. E.X. Dixon. Their son and family, Ken I Don Cornett's Repair Cars, Tractors and Farm Machinery 9-5 MONDAY-FRIDAY and Susan Richstein and three daughters from Salem, camped at Cape Lookout park annd they all dug clams together. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Reichstein were among forty relatives who assembled for a week-end at Kelso, Wash. to help her sister, Mrs. Thelma Jessup build a house. They came from Oregon, California and Montana. Webfoot Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Doud and sons Douglas and Donald of Tucaipa, Calif. started their return trip after spending several days with his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George Doud. Mr. and Mrs. Major A. Doud of Montibello, Calif. and Miss LuJean Doud of Downey, are also guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Doud, having arrived Sat. of last week. All visited the Flying M ranch Sunday and the Coast on Monday. Major and George are brothers and Lu3ean, a 29 Years in Same Location 109 Oak St. Dayton Phone 8643336 II Kill Kare Klub Has Potluck The Kill Kare Klub met at the home of Mrs. Ruth Reeder Thurs- day. There were ten members present to enjoy the lovely pot luck dinner served at noon. Mrs. Reeder gave the blessing in the sign lan- guage. Mrs. Alvina Reu called the meeting to order after dinner. Dee Hall read the minutes of the June meeting and roll call was called. The afternoon was spent quilting on a quilt for Mrs. Reeder. Mrs. Reu received the door prize. This will be the last meeting until October at which time the club will meet at the home of Mrs. Lena Filer. Dayton Mrs. Florence Foster was host- ess at her home Sunday honoring her brother-in-law, Harold Bay- niece, is the daughter of their brook of Newberg. Present were brother Virgil. his wife, Edith Baybrook, his sis- Dorothy Ford, Joy, LuJean and ter, Esther McClung from New- Ruth Doud attended the opening berg, Mr. and Mrs. George Waldo night of Carousel at the Gallery Theater. DAYTON PROPERTIES COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 3rd St., Dayton. 60x70 lot plus 60x60 metal beam and truss building. HERE'S ANOTHER NICE PROPERTY IN DAYTON -- 2 bedroom mobile home with appliances, good sized lot. 2 car garage with 10x14 room with bath and a carport. Early occupancy available. Chain link fence surrounds back garden area and includes fruit trees, berries and grapes. $22,500. ANN HOP, Realtor 472-9575 Res. 864-2409 mm,,,J REALESTUTNSETPRwONP.AERT!MEcSMINNVILLE , Who's Who In Our Shopping ^ Area %" WI LLAMETTE INDUSTRIES, INC. 112 S. Edwards Ph. 538-3512 "Everything for the Builder" Plywood -- Hardware Lumber -- Tools -- Paint -- NEWBERG Call Us When You Need Expert Appliance Service!! KROHN'S Appliance Center 315 E. First St., Newberg Phone 538-3613 3ALES SERVICE THE TRAVEL BUREAU 222 N. Evans McMinnvillo Phone 472-5127 M WOOD SCHRADER Mobile Home Approved Stoves Available Licensed & Bonded Installers Stoves for EVE RY Home!!! 238 3rd St., McM. 472-8632 Also 112 Lancaster Dr. NE, , McMINNVILLE I YOUR FRIENDLY DEALER "V Willamette Valley's Newest Dealer 619 3rd McMinnville 472-9595 p.s. Used Cars Tool! Lon Dee '.., Flowers -*P'/" Phone 472-2123 Flowers With Sentiment 103 South Baker McMinnville, Oregon ..T: ""Ba r"e'i'  [c.k Athletic [ 3.,ty0utlet l For the Games People Play Featuring Famous Name Brand 501 E. 1st St. Newbarg Phone 538-9333 iiiii ii ,i GOODYEAR TIRE CENTER [Owned & Operated BylllllllJll Koch & Compton Inc.] llli Tires for cars, trucks, RVs Brakes-Align-Mufflers- Tune-Up 140 E. 3rd t McM. 472-2137 McMinnville Chrysler- ,,,,,,,, Dodge II Deals You Can Save On!f Service You Can Count On!! 1910 S. Baker, McM. 472-8014 f from Corvallis, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jackman and family from Tilla- mook and the hostess and her son, Arthur. It was Mr. Baybrook's 80th birthday and a pleasant day was had by all. F. Stickel Named ONPA President Fred A. Stickel, president and publisher of The Oregonian, has been elected 1978-79 president of the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association (ONPA). Stickel was elected for a one-year term, which began Saturday, July 15, and runs through June 30, 1979. He replaces LarDy Zimmerman; publisher of the Cottage Grove Sentinel, under whom he served as vice-president. Stickel, 56, is a native of New Jersey and a Marine Corps combat vet. He began his career as a retail advertising salesman for the Jersey Observer, Hoboken N.J., in 1945. In 1951 he joined the Jersey Jour- nal, Jersey City, N.J., as a retail advertising salesman, leaving the paper as publisher and coming to The Oregonian as general manager in 1967. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY IDr: J.;t00 Mc-Kinneyl 1 OPTOMETRIST | l Newberg, Oregon j ] Lensu, Frames Duplicated 1 - FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION of McNUnnvllle, Orell Savings Accounts Insured to $40,000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. Interest from day of deposit to day of withdrawal Loans to k.rmbulld yeur 445 Third St. McMinnville LAFAYETTE REAL ESTATE 864-2279 Serving the Dayton Area Bill Ramsey Ernle Budke Broker Sales Res. 472-5466 Res. 864-3609 --THE DAYTON TRIBUNE -- DAYTON, OREGON -- PAGE 3 In June, 1972, Stickei became president of The Oregonian Pub- lishing Co., and three years later, in July, 1975, was named publisher and president. Stickel is chairman of the Rose Festival Association Publicity Com- mittee; associate director of the festival; member of the board of regents, University of Portland; Portland State University advisory board, and board of directors, Oregon Symphony Society. He is also vice-president of the Portland Chamber of Commerce; a board member, Columbia-Pacific Boy Scouts of America, and St. Vincent Hospital Medical Founda- tion. 'mmL " ' - f II]- SALE -- July 28 thru 30, Friday-Sunday, as Quantities Last [Look for Mon.-Thurs. ad in your weekend shopping bag] The ONPA represents 116 mem- bers, all daily and weekly news- papers, according to Roger Wil- liams, executive director. Stickel has been a board member since 1973. As ONPA president, he is also head of the Oregon Newspaper Foundation Inc., and the Oregon Newspaper Advertising Corp., Williams said. Other officers elected were Bill Blizzard, publisher of the Lake Oswego Review, elected vice- president, and Stephen W. Ryder, publisher of the Medford Mail Tribune, elected to the post of treasurer. The secretary's position is filled by the executive director. Chicken or Beef, 42-oz. cans Reg. $1.85 each Chun King Chow Mein $1.55 Chun King, 5-oz. cans Reg. 65c each Chow Mein Noodles .... 55c 6A-oz. cans Reg. 75c each Van Camp Grated Tuna .. 63c handy for unexpected-company meals, 16-oz. box, Reg. $1.15 ea.. Borden's Instant Potatoes 77c 153A-oz. cans Reg. 43c Barbecue Beans ..... 2/66c 29-0z. cans, salvage sale special EACH Belmont Peach Halves .. 55c 15-0z. ,can,s Special Delzc,ous Sweet Peas .. 2/55c Snow's [concentrated], 15-oz. cans Reg. 99c each New England Clam Chowder 85c l-lb. tub . each Gold-N-Soft Marganne ... 59c Banana, Chocolate, Coconut, Lemon,.lFrozen] 14-oz. each Banquet Cream Pies .... 59c Kraft's, 16-oz. bottle . Reg. $1.29 1000-Island Dressing ... 99c Fresh-pack, 22-oz. jar Reg. 59c each Steinfeld's Sauerkraut ... 49c Oregon Chief, Beef or Regular 12-oz. pkg. Wieners... 79c Oregon Chiet, 12.z. pkgs Polish Sausage ........ 99c Cantaloupe ........ lb. 19c L .... I | II IIII III , I[ OPEN 9 AM-9 PM -- WEEKDAYS AND SUNDAY