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PAGE 2 m THB DAYTON TRIBUNE, DAYTON, OREGON m THURSDAY, AUGUST22, 1974 Dayton Doings Mrs. Lena Filer and daughter, Charlotte, were Salem visitors Tuesday. Guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Remme were her sister, Mrs Alice Mellgren of Sheridan, and her, Mrs. Mariafl Mellgren of Stock. ton, California. Mr. and Mrs Robert Ditto from Arcadia, Calff, have been guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ditto. They also visited relatives in Wenatchec, Wash. Miss Charlotte Filer attended a gathering of friends at a picnic in Wortman Park in McMinnville Saturday noon. Miss Helen Em- merson was honored on her birth- day. Nine friends were present to enjoy the picnic. Thursday guests at the~ home of Mr. and Mrs Ernest Duzan were her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hauser from Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Callahan and Mrs Bud Callaban. Mrs Anna Woodward and Mrs. Hattie French have returned home after several weeks in the midwest. They we~t with their children, Mr and Mrs Lester French of Corvallis. The French- es all went to Kansas and to a family reunion in Denver, Colo. Mrs. Woodward stayed in Lara- mie, Wyoming, to visit a sister. The Frenches picked her up there euroute home. Mrs Woodward and Mrs. French visited at the French home at Corvallis before return- ing home to Dayton. Sunday Mrs. i Business and Professional Directory J&F Exterminators Inc. Roaches -- Moisture An Spiders -- Silver Fish -- Fleas CALL COLLECT 472-4014 ' plies China Blanks Sup Teacher of Chins Pa|nting RL I, Box 204B Telephone Dayton, Ore. 97114 868-7310 Woodward enjoyed dinner with Mr and Mrs. Clifford Woodward. Mr and Mrs. Mike Swearingen from McMinnville were Friday afternoon callers at the home of Mr and Mrs. Bud Callahan. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Knupt from Plymouth, Mich., were weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Will Ditto. Mr and Mrs. Harold Young were Thursday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Calla- hart The Youngs left Friday for Depoe Bay where they will spend a few days vacation. Their daugh- ter. Maxine Dye, from Portland, will join them there. They will return home Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Galer visit- ed Mrs. Galer's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Irwin, in their new home at McCoy Sunday. Mr and Mrs. George Stone and daughter, Beverly, and Mrs. Myr- tle Taylor from Portland were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs. Verne Garrett Rev. and Mrs Gerald Carter and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Mosgrove. Mrs. Leon Harling from Port- land was a Sunday guest at the home of Mr and Mrs. Carl Mitch- ell. Former Resident Of Damon Dies July 2 Dayton friends have learned of the death of Emily A. Howe, for- mer Dayton resident, on July 2, in ~ Gresham care center. She was buried in Rosholt cemetery in Rosholt, South Dakota. She was 74 years old. She lived in Dayton for many years before moving to Portland in 1972. She was born Nov. 4, 1899 in Everly, Iowa. Survivors are three daughters, Dallas Swa~field, of Redmond, Wash, Janet Popick of Portland, and Helen Shelton of Junction City; two sisters, Anna Deianey of Bend and Nora Morgan of Ya- kima, Wash., 18 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The family suggested remem- brances be contributions to the Me-Re Center for Retarded Chil- dren in Gresham. Local Minister To Attend Conference Forest J. Smith, presiding min- ister of the Dayton-McMinnvilie congregation of Jehovah's Wit- ' ' ~_ nesses, announced that he had F .. a ~ ~r received an invitation for the lo- I Mower.nd~(]W /~ Cal ministers" to "attend a two-day | ~llo a / Bible conference scheduled for ! ~ UlnlC | Sept. 7 and 8 in Aloha, Ore.~ | COMPLETE SERVICE | Acocrding to Smith, the Dayton- l (Acrou from EIc~k House) / McMlnnville congregation has re- ROY E WILL , .' cently been a part of a nation- wide expansion program directed | ~ i i H.,~V|,,...,..,~...~ by the "Watchtower Society. He [U[o J. m m-Ryt explaindd that it was initiated to | OPTOMETRIST | care for the rapid growth of wit. Newlm ~ | nesses in the United States, which Fr m~'es~ted now involves over 589,000 evan- Lens~ am p gelistic ministers. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION of M-..Minnville, Oregon by Federal Sivlnl~ end Loin Insurlnce Corl~ Dlvld~ Paid Semi-Annually Loans to buyLa~ build your 445 Third St. Mr.Mlnnvllle i. i. II , I Don Cornett's Repair Cars, Tractors and Farm Machinery 9-6 MONDAY-FRIDAY 26 Years in Same Location 409 Oak St. Dayton Phone 864-3336 public forum... TO THE EDITOR: I would like to thank the citi- zens of Dayton for giving me such a warm welcome when I vi~ Red there last week. It is refresh- ing to be able to walk through a town like yours and meet so many interesting and enthusiastic peo- ple. You made me feel at home, and I certainly appreciate your taking the time to talk with me. Cordially, BOB PACKWOOD Dear Editor: Wayne L. Morse was actively involved in over a quarter cen- tury of Oregon political and so- cial history. Many, many Oregon- fans had interesting contacts with him. Now is the time to preserve our memories of Wayne. Please publish this letter as a request to your readers to share with others high points of their experiences with Senator Morse. I am asking that Oregonians write letters describing their in- teresting experiences with Sen- ator Morse and send the letter to me. In return I will mail each contributor a copy of all the let- ters which I receive, edited in booklet form, as a keepsake or memento. As a state political party chair- man during 1966~8 and a Lane County Legislator for thirteen years I had many contacts with Wayne. My own recollections of things important, entertaining and characteristic of Wayne will be added to the booklet which those of your readers who mail me their own contributions will receive. It would be wrong to limit the letters of recollection to those of political pros or to the political arena only. The booklet will be most fitting if it includes remem- brances of human interest, or hu- morous events or of help sought and received. His love of horses. livestock and county and state fairs should also produce recol- lections worth sharing and pre- serving. Please mail your letters of rec- ollections of Wayne Morse to me at 801 East Bark Street, Eugene, Oregon 97401. Sincerely, EDWARD N. FADELEY State Senator Flying Balloon Scene Over City Last Week Last Thursday evening several Dayton residents were surprised to look up into the sky and see a large fuschia and yellow colored hot air balloon, Below the balloon was a basket with two men in it. Occasionally a flame could be seen as gas was used in helping keep the balloon aloft. The balloon belonged to Stanley "Tim" Stephenson and Bob Cur- ran of Seattle. It is part of their business. Stephenson is a 1973 Linfield College graduate and had re- turned to McMinnville with his partner, Curran, to demonstrate the balloon in this area. Their business in Seattle is called Aloft Incorporated and specializes in hot air balloons for advertising and for lun. Thursday evening the colorful balloon with the two men in the basket below startled the Dayton residents who saw it move grace- fully from southwest to north- east across the summer sky. Services Held For Merle B. Johnson Private services were held at Scot's Funeral Chapel last Thin-s- day, Aug 15 for Merle B. John, son who passed away in Sand Lake, Ore. Aug. 11 at the age of 61, He was born in Diller, Nebras- ka Oct. 20, 1912, the son of Ha- zel and Frank Johnson. He moved to Dayton in 1940 andon April 8th, 1949 he married Marjorie Woods in Washington. He was a World "War II veteran serving with the US Army Air Force. Af- ter serving he lived in Dayton, McMinnvillo and Salem. Survivors include his widow, Marjorie, two daughters: Barbara Garrett of Lincoln, Naeb., and Sandra O~mundsen of Newberg; a son Merle Johnson of Salem in the U. S. Air Force and a step daughter, Marlene Johnson of Berkeley, Calif.; his mother, Ha. zel Johnson of Beatrice, two brothers: Keith of Greeley, Colo., and Max of Topeka, Kan- sas; four sisters: Frances Olden- burg, Kathryn of Buhl, Idaho; Avis Yagcr of Lincoln, Neb.; and Joyce Eden of Canyon City, Colo., and four grandchildren. Interment was at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland. DAYTON MAN IN ARMY TRAINING IN GERMANY Army Private Adolfo T. Saias~ son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix A Salas, of Dayton, participated in Spring- ex 74 in Germany. Pvt. Sales is a rifleman in Com.. pany A, 1st Battalion, 46th Infan- try, 1st Armored Division in Er- langen. ..... __-~ .~ ~ ! The a ton Tribun, P. O. Box 68, Dayton, Ore. 97114 Second Cla~s Postage Paid at Dayton, Oregon 97114 DAYTON CHRISTIAN CHURCH Gerald Carter, Pastor Phone 864-3529 "The Church of the Chimes" 9:40 am--Teachers Prayer Meet- ing 9:45 am--Bible School. Class for all ages 11:00 am~Worshlp Service Nursery provided for small chil- dren. 6:00 pro--Choir practice 7:00 pro--Youth Meeting WEDNESDAY -- 8:00 pm Bible Study. 1st TUESDAY~7:30 pm---C~urch Board Meeting 3rd THURSDAY ~ 2:00 pm Christian Women's Fellowship FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Dayton, Oregon Phone 864-2474 Walter H. Wagner, Pastor 9:45 am--Sunday School for all ages 11:00 am--Morning Worship 6:30 pro--The Baptist Youth Fel- lowship 7:30 pin--Evening Worship of ser- mon and song 2rid Tuesday evening -- Sunday School teachers meeting. WEDNESDAY--3:30 pro. Junior choir. 7:30 pro--The hour o~ power Bible Study and Prayer 2rid Thursday -- Maranatha So- ciety meets Ist Thursday, family night and fellowshlr FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lafayette, Oregon 9:45 a.m.--Sunday School 11:00 a.m.--Church Service 6:45 pin--Young People's Group1 7:30--Evening Bible Hour WEDNESDAY~7:30 pm Prayer HOPEWELL SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Harold E. Kurtz, PastOr Ph. 625.7498 Sherwood Sabbath Services--Saturday 9:30--Sabbath School 11:00--Worship Service Wednesday 7:30--Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.~Women's Guild Meet- ~ug ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 4th & Oak, Dayton A Growing, Going, God Glaring Church H. D. Dunlap, Pastor Ph. 864-3502 Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday SchooL Classes for all ages. Sunday 11 a.m. Morning Worship and Children's Church. Sunday 6 p.m. Choir Practice Sunday 7 p.m. Evangelistic Serv- ice Tuesday 12:30 p.m. Women's Mi~ sionary Council. Wednesday, 7 p~n. Family Night consisting of Bible Study for Adults over 25 yrs. Christ Am- bassadors for ages 13-25. Royal Rangers for boys 5-12. Mission- ettes for girls 5-12. 1st Saturday each month 8:30. Youth fellowship time. A warm welcome is extended to all UNIONVALE COMMUNITY CHURCH Pastor, Rev. Charles R. Ludwlg ~UNDAY SERVICES: 9:45 a.m. Bible School 11:00 a.m. Worship Service 7:30 p.m.--Evening Service PIONEER EVANGELICAL C H URCH~ Dayton, Oregon Phone 1~1~4-S$38 Roy. Lyman L. Myers, Pes~r 9:45 a.m ---Sunday School 11:00 a.m~--Morning Worship 7:00 p.m--Evening Worship 7:50 pm.~Youth F~lowahip, ~1~ ult Fellowship WEDNESDAY: 8:30 p.m.--Choir Rehearsal. 7:30 p.m.~Prayer and Bible Hour. Ist MONDAY: 8:00 pm -- EUB Men's Meeting Ist THURSDAY: 7:30 pm ~ ther Rice Circle 2rid FRIDAY: 1:30 pm ~ Ramona Clrcle HOPEWELL COMMUNITY CHURCH Pastor, Rev. Charles IL Ludwig SUNDAY SERVICES: 8:45 a.m. Sunday Bible School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service