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PAGE 2 -- THE DAYTON TRIBUNE, DAYTON, OREGON -- PROPERTY QUESTION: What qualifications did the 1973 legislature prescribe for the office of the county asses~or? ANSWER: Under Or. Law, 1973, ch 538 (which will amend ORS 204.016) a person is not eligible "to hold" TAX FAX less he is a certified appraiser or appraiser trainee under ORS 308. 010 and, in addition has one of the two following qualifications: Two years of office and account- ing experience; or two years em- ployment in the office of county assessor. Sec 3, Chap. 538 pro- vides that these amendments do not become "operative" unless H JR 22 is approved by the voters the office of county assessor un- at the next general election. At times a quick copy or two is all you need -- from a field map to the file copy of your tax return. At your disposal is an electrostatic copier designed to give you clear, crisp copies immediately. Stop in and take advantage of the Tribune's copying service. SIZE 1st copy Add. copies 8~ x 6 20c _8c 8 ~ x 11 25c _ 10c 8~ x 14 30c 15c THE DAYTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY, SEPT. 5, 1974 Don C0rnett's Repair Cars, Tractors and Farm Machinery 9-6 MONDAY-FRIDAY 26 Years in Same Location 409 Oak St. Daytor Phone 864-3336 I Business and Professional Directory J&F Exterminators Inc. Pest Control Special--$22.50 Roaches -- Moisture Ants Spiders -- Silver Fish -- Fleas CALL COLLECT 472-4014 rchina Blanks Supplies Teacher of China Painting Rt. 1, Box 204B Telephone Dayton, Ore. 97114 868-7310 THE DAYTON TRIBUNE Post Office Box 68 Telephone (503) 864-2310 Published Every Thursday at Dayton, Oregon It Has the Coverage in Oregon's "Garden Spot" An Independent Newspaper Established in 1913 George Meitzen, Publisher Second Class Postage Paid at Dayton, Oregon 97114 MLMbLk MEMBER ' i ~j=~=} Oregon AIA n~ NAL l]t~l Newspaper I W E WWP~P Ei~/wJ~___l lilAssodauon - Foumled 1885 CORRESPONDENTS PHONE Dayton City ........................................ Mrs. Lena Filer, 864-3680 Hopewell, Fairview, Wheatland ....... Mrs. N. O. Pearse, 868-7223 Lafayette City .......................................... Peggy Wise, 864-2389 SUBSCRIPTION RATE -- IN ADVANCE In Oregon, 1 Year $3.00 Outside Oregon, U.S., 1 year .................................... $3.50 Outside U.S., 1 year ....................................... ~,$4.25 Send Payment te Dayton Tribune, Box 68, Dayton, Ore. 97114 DAYTON CHRISTIAN CHURCH ; and Saw i I M0wer I Clinic / "The Church of the Chimes" 9:40 am--Teachers Prayer Meet- I COMPLETE SERVICE | 1~ I (Across from Block House) i ROY E. WILL / 9 am--BLble School Class for , ~ all ages e ..................... - 11:00 am--Worshlp Service I Dr. I. L. McKinney] u* drem" provided for small ebJJ.- OPTOMETRIST | 6:00 pm--Choir practice | Nawberg, Oregon | 7:00 pm--Youth Meeting l Lenses, Frames Duplicated ! WEDNESDAY -- 8:00 pm Bible t602 First Street Ph. JE 8-2460| Study. 1st TUESDAY--7:30 pro---Church Board Meeting FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION of McMinnville, Oregon Savings Accounts Insured to $20,0O0.00 by Federal Savings and Loan [ Insurance Corp. I Dividends Paid Semi-Annually I Loans to buy or build your l Home ~445 Third St. M~nnvllle we're here to serve you and invite your patronage FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF McMINNVI~ McMINNVILLE., OREGON. FRANK WORTMAN, Preaident RALPH WORTMAN, Vice.President JOHN WORTMAN, Cashier JAMES H. 8TANARD, Vice-President T.A. GUNNE88, Vloa.Preaidont HUNT M. COMPTON, Auistant Cashier Member Federal Depoidt Insurance Corporation -- 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- lowshlp 7:30 pm--Evening Worship of ser- mon and song 2rid Tuesday evening ~ Sunday School teachers meeting. Vv'EDNESDAY----3:30 pro. Junior choir. 7:30 pin--The hour of power Bible Study and Prayer 2rid Thursday -- Maranatha So- ciety meets 1st Thursday, family night and fellowship FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lafayette, Oregon 9:45 a.m.---Sunday School 11:00 a.rn.--Church Service 6:45 pm--Young People's Groups 7:30--Evening Bible Hour WEDNESDAY~7:30 pm PraTer HOPEWELL SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Harold E. Kurtz, Pastor Ph. 625-7498 Sherwood Sabbath Services--Saturday 9:30---Sabbath School L1:00--Woraldp Service Wednesday 7:30--Prayer MeeUng 7:30 pJ~--Women'a Guild Meet- lng 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.m. 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. Ludwig SUNDAY SERYIC]~;: 9:45 a.m. Bible School 11:00 a.m. Worship Service 7:30 p.m.~Evening Service PIONEER EVANGELICAL CHURCH Dayton, Oregon Phone 864-$338 Rev. Lyman L. Myers, Paster 9:45 a.m.---Sunday School 1l:00 a.m.--Morning Worship 7:00 p.m--Evening Worship 7:50 pm.~Youth Fellowship, Ad. ult Fellowship WEDNESDAY: 8:30 p.m.---Choir Rehearsal. 7:30 p.m.--Prayer and Bible Hour. 1st MONDAY: 8:00 pm -- EUB Men's Meeting 1st THURSDAY: 7:30 pm -- E~ ther Rice Circle 2nd FRIDAY: 1:30 pm ~ Ramona Circle HOPEWELL COMMUNITY CHURCH Paster, Rev. Charles R. Ludwig SUNDAY SERVICES: 8:45 a.m. Sunday Bible School 9:45 $.m. Worship Service