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.~eley, Kan- )lden- daho; ; and Colo., ~ette n& Salas: Salas, pring- Cam-. Infan- ,n Er- [ne I7114 at g A IRCH Ioring ~.3502 School ~orship 'rice c Serv- ~'s Mis. , Night Lafayette Bill Vannice of Colville, Wn., and his niece, Barbara Vannice, were guests at the home of Alvin and Nellie Coffey. They all went to the coast over the week. Also accompanying them was Keven Groves of Salem. On Sunday they all went to visit with Bill's chil- dren. On Monday Bill, Barbara, Bill's daughter Peggy and a girl friend, the Coffeys and Jimmy Vannice and his wife all went to Portland for dinner, then went to the dog races. Bill and Bar- bara returned home to Colville on Tuesday morning. The Coffeys plan a trip to Ilwaco to go deep sea fishing very soon. It seems Lucille and Lea. Clark went deep sea fishing at, Ilwaco and came home with their limit. Sophie and Bill Hills, Fran "and Elmer Hills and Blanche Stewart made a trip to Pacific City and stayed over the weekend. They stayed in a trailer park near Woods. They tried the Big Nes- tucca for fishing but didn't have any luck. Nine~ members of the Lafayette Rebecca Lodge as well as meg- J&F Exterminators Inc. Inspection m Treatment and Repair CALL COLLECT 472-4014 bars from Dayton and McMinn- ville met in McMinnville Friday night, Aug. 9, to honor the State President who was visiting from Klamath Falls. Mr. and Mrs AI Klein and fam- ily, Barbara and Bob, visited at the Agnes Merrill home Friday. The Kleins are from Walla Wal- la, Wash. The J. Cowgers of For- est Grove and Beulah Jensen of Forest Grove were Friday visit- ors at the Merrill hence. . Due to illness of the city judge, Jules Drabkin, municipal court cases for Aug. 15 was postponed until Aug. 22. Peggy and Everett Wise at- tended the Sunday meeting of the Mid-Valley Pigeon Fanciers Club at Lebanon. Plans are being fin- alized for the Oct. 6 show. It will be an NPA supported show ac- cording to word from the District 8 Director, Selden Perry of Isle- ton, Calif. Peggy Wise is Oregon Representative for the l~tional Pigeon Assn. for the State of Ore- gon. AnyOne interested in show- ing pigeons at this show can get in touch with Peggy Wise or Lin- da Henry, 1860 Kalmia St., Sweet Home, Ore. 97386. The entries for this show will close Sept. 15 Johnny Mock spent a week in California visiting friends. He went to Santa Rosa and flew from there to San Diego, Pacific Beach, to visit Ray Liedlich, assistant ad- ministrator at a school there. The weather was very nice and ) jtlllllllll l lggggl Ig I lllllllgllglglglg g g I IIllf g lflgflglggg I lglllg I IIIllll I lll[llll g llllglHg g I IIItlg l l I l, l lllllllg l llg I llllillg I Itlg l lllllllllll g l gill [till gg I IIggilllt g lggllug tll g I ltllllllllllllt ~f; i IF I A family already beset by other fi- i t ~ nancial problems may find the cost ! of any funeral, however modest, a ~ . considerable burden. At MACY & SON services may ~= be paid over an extended | I dy for period of time. LstAm- ! ~Ma & Son ~oy~ ~ FUNERAL -: ~on- cy DIRECTORS 6:30. ~- ~ND & EVANS McMINNVILLE 472-6151 I nded ~n,,m..mml~,,,,,,lol,,m~ulm,,,,m,~,.0,1,,,ol,ggl,.,g,.g~,-,0, ol""~ I SALE ~ AUGUST 23 THRU 29 ~ AS QUANTITIES LAST CONCENTRATED ~ 12 OZ. CANS BACH IITY ~dwl| .~r Ip P -.-Choir -Prayer EUB ~E~ Ramona 4ITY .,dwig eel TIME IS NEEDED... - ! Flav-R-Pac Frozen Orange Juice 39c 12.0Z. CANS BACH Majesty Danish Luncheon Meat 75c S.0Z. CANS Armour Vienna Sausage . 3/$1.00 WILLISON FROZEN 12.07_ Buttered Beef Steaks . each 99c OLD-FASHIONED ~ 18-O7- Sunny Jim P~sanut Butter . . 73c CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS lb. 97c BEEF ARM ROAST . $1.15 Thompson's Seedless Grapes lb. 39c STIDD'S CHICKEN OR 100/. CANS Beef Broth . . in our 2/25c bin 15-OZ. CANS Pheasant Brand Cat Fc~! . 6/65c n 9~ OZ. BOXES ~ PLAIN, BARBECUE OR DIP Red & White Potato Chips each 63c 32-0][. BOTTLE I- -- Hemz KeaO Ketchup . . ea. 75c PEOPLE S MAI XET _ Open 9 AM to 9 PM Weekdays & Sunday Lafayette [ [[ [ THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1974 -- THE DAYTON TRIBUNE, DAYTON, OREGON ~ PAGE S he had a good trip down and back. Margaret Mock spent a few days at Tigard visiting with her daughter, Julia Ann and son-in- law Ken Bauer. Friends from the Baptist Church had a farewell get-togeth- er for the Darrell Mishlers Tues- day night. The Mishlers are leav- ing for missionary school training very soon. June Hodgins has been off work since Monday night when she was hit in the eye by a small piece of squash. She made a trip to the doctor again Thursday morning. The Orville Hodgins had a "cook-out" in their yard on Sun- day. Dale and Debby Hodgins of Amity were there and it seems Dale cooked some "way-out" ham- burgers. Dale was a cook in the Army and still gets, a hand in once in a while it seems. Dan and Emma Gil)bons were guests of the Hodgins in the evening. Or- ville accompanied the E. Wise's on a crayfishing trip Saturday. Wheatland Miss Rachel KenneU was guest speaker at the Western Mennon- ite Church Sunday evening, Aug. 18. She has been a teacher at a School for the Deaf in Jamaica for two years, and is returning for her third year soon. She used sign language to illustrate her type of work during one of the songs of the service. She also at- tended a Camp for deaf people during the summer here. Mr. and Mrs. T F Gingerich and family attended the Ginger- ich-Gahler Family Reunion pot- luck dinner in Hubbard Sunday afternoon, Aug. 18. There were 34 members of the family pres~ ent, to greet Mr and Mrs. Edwin Gingerieh and family who are now living in Vanderhoof, British Columbia, Canada. Recent guests at the T. F. Gin- gerich home were Mr and Mrs Simon Gingerich and l~ss Eimo Musser of Elkhart, Indiana. Mrs. T. F Gingerich and daugh- ter Julia attended the Regional Mennonite Conference in Nampa, Idaho last week. Members from Idaho, Oregon, Arizona, Califor- nia and Colorado were present. The Gospel Team of the West- ern Mennonite High School re- turned Thursday, Aug. 22 from a three week trip thru Canada, Montana and Idaho, giving gospel messages a n d singing. Eight young people and two teachers of the school comprise the team. They attended the Regional Con- ference in Nampa, Ida. Mr. and Mrs, Glen Roth and family arrived home recently from Somalia, Africa, where Mr. Roth taught in a school there. Their children attended school in Nairobi, Kenya, Africa, during 'their stay. Mr. Roth was on a two- year leave of absence from being principal of the Western Mennon- ite High School, and will resume his duties there this fall. FAI RV I EW Mrs Lillian Risser, Mrs. Graee Duren and Mr. and Mrs. 0 H John- son of McMinnville were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. J W Ver- steeg of Amity, to celebrate Mrs. Johnson's birthday. Mr and Mrs J. Lusher of Al- bany were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Veto Stephens. Tom Callander, son of Mr and Mrs. Bill Callander of Bethel, re- turned home from a Portland Hospital, following emergency ap- pendectomy. He is recovering satisfactorily. WEBFOOT Mr and Mrs. George Doud ac- companied Mrs. Dorothy Ford and Mrs Ercell Griggs to Canby Wed- nesday where Mr. and Mrs. Vin- cent Gale joined them and all spent the day at the Clackamas County Fair in Canby. On Friday Dorothy and Ercell accompanied Mr. and Mrs Doud to the Polk County Fair at Rickreall. The Friendly Neighbors Club held their annual picnic at Maud Williamson Park on Sunday. Some of the former members who re- turned for the dinner were: Mrs. Thelma Curfman and friend Con- nie of Hillsboro, Mrs. Steve Bene- dict of Surer, Mr. and Mrs. Arch- ie Radcliff and Mr and Mrs. Egon Zinsli of McMinnville, and Mr. and Mrs Mike Leland of Dundee. Mr Archie Sharer accompanied Byron O~teilly on a trip to the North Santiam area last Sunday. Mr. Sharer had lived in that area some 44 years ago and found a few neighbors still there though many of the roads had changed. Mrs. Jack Conner spent most of last week's vacation at home. Her mother, Mrs Ereell Griggs, visit- ed a son in Portland a few days. Unionvale Mrs. F. C. Stockhaff is recov- ering satisfactorily from knee surgery at the Salem Memorial Hospital. Dayton Man To Be On Commission For Bentgrass" Newton Fruit, Dayton bentgrass grower, has been appointed to a three-year term on the Highland Bentgrass Commission. He fills the position presently held by Walter Shumway, McMinnville, who on June 30 had completed two terms on the commission. Born on the farm where he lives, Fruit has been farming most of his adult life and oper- ates 240 acres, 200 acres of which are in grass seed. From 1942 to 1968 Fruit was a turkey grower and was active in the Oregon Turkey Growers Assn. and the Pacific Coast Turkey Ez- hibR. He is a member of the Elks Lodge ~t McMinnville and of the Grange. Fruit and his wife reside at Rt. 2, Box 125, Dayton. FRED'S REPAIR SHOP 8:3~-$ MONDAY-FRIDAY Located on alley behind 411 Ferry. Auto & machinery rel~ir, tune up, electrical, brakes, on. gine rebuilding, steam cleaning or whet have you. Satisfaction Guaranteedl Phone: 864-3313 if no answer, call 864-3368 iI WHO'S WHO IN OUR o SHOPPING AREA .~ I SEARS AUTHORIZED ' -'CAT-ALOG SALES MERCHANT J. K. Brunner Call Collxt to Plue erda s64 g. Ist St. Newb~i, Ore. 971 Phone: 8HI.lilM I| il TRIANGLE MOTORS, INC, 411 N. Baker McMinnville Dodge Trucks, Plymouth, Chrysler, Imperial Service All Makes Phone 472-2154 ! ANN'S -F=URNII~RE: :SAL()N" Custom Upholstery Our Specialty Free Est., Pickup & Delivery NEW ADDRESS 2401 NE Portland Rd Newberg (Next to 99 Realty) Men thru Sat 9 AM-6 PM Attrelrs NEWBBRG FUNERAL CHAPEL Phone 1-638-2191 READY TO S~_.J~VE DAY OR NIGHT -'~ewbergDrug L 1st Ph. 858-4211 Jerry Gerke, Pharmaolet WNl[at. ONA|e H0StPITAt. auPPtJl~l arab -- Omllw -- Oemelke PRESCRIPTIONS I I I SPECIALTY CONTRACTING & GLASS 209 N. Garfield Newberg Glass for Home & Automotive Mirrors, Store Fronts, Windows t~. S36-4298 The Travel Bureau Phone 47~-61~W 222 N. Evens McMinnville ~YgI," ]E~,AI~U.~LR~gRS Lon Dee Flowers Phone 47~.21~ Flow~ W11~ Se~Ume~ 108 8outh Baker MoMInnvllle. Oregon fs~U~H~~H~j|~i~|~ CHWINN ' i Tommy's Schwinn SALES Cyclery Factory Trained Service 624 3rd McMinnville Phone 472-2010 IIIllllllllllllllfllllllllllllHIIUIlfllTfltlll~llJllllllllllillllfl fillHlflllllUlllfll,l~ I NEWBERG DATSUN Saves & Sets You Free "Open six days a week to serve you" SALES ~ SERVICE New & Used Cars ~ Tractors Phone 53S-9416 I Fiberform - SeaRay. SuSwirl! Calkins Tralrs, Johnson Mtrs. Your dollar buys more at the Country Boat Store Western Oregon Marine Tigard, Ore. 639.6116 I III PRATHER'S GUN SHOP New & Used Firearms Buy ~ Sell ~ Trade Professional Repair Blackpowder guns/supplies 511 E. 2nd McMinnville phone 4724555 -- I I ~t GB Appliances-TV's-Redios- Stereos -- Small Appliances BENEDICT ELECTRIC Sales and Service 236 3rd St., McMJnnville Phone ~72.2818 WILLAMETTE INDUSTRIES, INC. 112 S. Edwards Ph. 5384512 "Everything for the Builder" Lbr - tools - p.aint - plywood, llardware NEWB|RG