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PAGE 4 -- THE DAYTON TRIBUNE -- DAYTON, OREGON -- classified ads IT'S A LONG WAY to RENal THE WASH TUB (COIN LAUNDRY) WILL GIVE YOU A WINNING CHANCE Bring your laundry (3/$1.00) ~4H~ ~w Lafay~t, or Kutch, Carlton Estamos muy Lejos de Renal La Tina de Lavar Le Dare La Oportunidad de Ganar TRAYGA SU LONDRES (3/100) A _FlY 99W Lafayette o en 341 N Kutch, Carlton ' ..... ' j For Sale t TOMATOES. $1.50 lug 2nd & Ferry, Dayton. 37f Card of Thanks I wantd to thank my neighbors and friends for the lovely flow. ers and cards with cheerful mes- sages during the week I stayed in the hospital recently. Mrs. Ruth Reeder UNIONVALE Mrs. F. C Stockhoff returned home Saturday after two weeks in the Salem Memorial Hospital for knee surgery and is recover- ing very well. Mrs. May Rickey of Salem was a ,weekend guest at the Stockhoff home. YES WE SELL IT- r-] Auto r-] Fire [-1 Life J-1 Bonds [--] Marine D Health f-I Accident I-1 Liability [] Compensation MATTOX INSURANCE AGENCY C. WADE MATTOX VI MATTOX Phone 864.2213 P.O. Box 98 Dayton, Oregon 97114 SALEM BUSINESS DIRECTORY BICYCLES e I ?OTT'S CYCLE SHOP I Schwinn Bicycles- [ Sales-Service-Accessories | BankAmericard -- Master | Charge Welcome II47 Commercial SE _363~S16 DRUGGISTS ~l,ll J , i West Salem Pharmacy Gary Bliven, Pharmacist We Chart Our Prescriptions For Your Refills, Tax Purposes and Doctors References 675 Wallace RcL NW 581-1689 FURNITURE ["Glenn Woodry Furniture ] / NEW ANO USEO / l Serving The Wlllametto l / Valley For 62 Years / t1605 Summer St. NE ~kq-S110J HEALTH FOODS r LAWSON'S NATURAL FOODS"! TWO STORES TO II~VE YOU ltihmtlen of Hilth Feed S & H Green Stamps BAN RAM ERIOARO -MA|TEROHARilE 471 Court Downtown 363.8229 Air Cond. Lancaster .Mall Ph. 36~0302 and Shopping Guide MEN'S CLOTHING, SHOES LES NEWMAN'S "~ "The Friendly Store" l Men's Wear, Work Clothing, l R~inwear Boots & Shoes, Ball l Band Boots, Justin Boots / Endicott, Johnson & Redwing | Shoes--U.S. Rubber Footwear { t"/9 Commercial NE 363-55081 I MUSIC DEALERS "~ q[) WILLS MUSIC STORE Band & Orchestra Instruments Sales & Rentals Baldwin Pianos & Organs Records -- Sheet Music -- Guitars & Amplifiers -- S&H Green Stamps 432 State St. Ph. 364.6757 a SHOES ~lllt~litlill If fl lllllllT ffl llJ ~tillli~llillllllllll!tll [~llt I I~lfllIItlltlllll]ll]~l~i ~ ARBUCKLE'S SHOES i Nlturallzers -- Life Stride | Daniel Green--Weyenberg Miller Barefoot Freedom i Free Store-Side Parking [Center at High Ph. 363-6555 m11mlit~W~t~hllllu Itl{HIIlll~l~iltl|liil~|flll IHII fl|llllll~llll~iHl ]1 tlllllltlfl Illlll~ TIRES -- APPLIANCES r I Master Service Center GOODYEAR TIRES General Electric Appliances 365 Commercial N.E. 3639104 WOMEN'S APPAR EL When Shopping ........... aUEEN SIZES l - Sa You S~W ~ "Where fasbJon is a look, Salem ~ | :~ :not a size" | y i 18-52, 16V2-32 | Sportswear-Coats-Sweaters n The Tn'bune | Long Dresses-Lingerie It I i ELEGANT LAO |Lancaster Mall Ph. 362-7254 q~ ~q ~lllllllliillillHlllllllll IlfllIIIIIl~tlill/~Tllifl H iI~;HH H~llljlllll ~ ~ Ill t11t IIII11 ~ THURSDAY, SEPT. 5, 1974 on the local scene Miss Mary Dummer, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Francis Dummer, enrolled as a freshman at the University of Portland in Port- land over the weekend. The Esther Rice and Ramona Circles of the Women's Society of World Service of the Pioneer Evangelical Church will hold a joint meeting at the church Thursday evening. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Galer were her cousin, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Bur- ris from Topeka, Kansas. They also visited their son who is sta- tioned at Ft Lewis, Wash. Mr and Mrs. Walter Irwin from Hopewell and Mr and Mrs Charles Irwin from Amity visit- ed at the Lloyd Galer home dur- ing the week. Miss Teressa Galer from Eugene spent several days last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Galer. Kill Kare Klub which was to meet Thursday has been post- poned until October. Mr. and Mrs. John Buchner from Albany were visitoes Sun- day afternoon at the home of Miss Charlotte Filer and her mo- ther, Mrs Lena Filer. Mrs. Evelyn Lenderink re- turned home Saturday after a week's visit with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lenderink Jr, and her daughter, Mr. and Mrs Don Schlecht, both at Seattle. Mrs. Lioen Phelps, Mrs. Mariam Krake and Mrs Florence Foster accompanied Mrs Gladys John- son to the WCTU State conven- tion at George Fox College at Newberg last Tuesday and Thurs- day. They report a good attend- ance and good programs. Mrs, Pauline Maidenwald vis- ited her parents, Mr and Mrs. Lioen Phelps Sunday afternoon. She had taken her daughter back to Linfield where she is attend- ing college. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gibson from Okanagan, Wash, were Sunday guests at the home of her grand- parents, Mr and Mrs. Lioen Phelps. Also visiting their par- ents were Mr. and Mrs Ellis Phelps from Eugene. Mr and Mrs. Lester French of Corvallis spent the weekend at the home of their parents, Mrs. Anna Woodward and Mrs. Hattie French. Mr and Mrs. Ernest Duzan were Thursday guests at the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs. Frank Hauser of Portland. They re- turned home Friday, and Sunday they visited their son, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Duzan and family, also in Portland. Mr and Mrs. Carl Leach from Bay City visited at the home of her sister, Mrs Agnes Abdill, Thursday. Mrs. Golda Freshour from Hub- bard was a guest at the Mariam Krake home last Friday. Mr. and Mrs Merritt Carmichael from Portland were Sunday din- ner guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mit- chell. Elmer Holtz, a former Dayton resident now of Washington, D. C. was a guest at the home of Mr and Mrs. Carl Mitchell Satur- day Mr and Mrs Dewey Deer of Vancouver, Wash., visited at the home of Mrs. Ruth Reeder over the weekend. The Dayton Garden Club will meet Monday, Sept 9 at the home of Mrs. Charleen Butts. The les- son will be Plan*ting Bulbs for spring blossoms. Mr and Mrs. Carlos Ditto and family from Seattle spent Labor Day at the home of his grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ditto, Joining them in the afternoon was the Ditto's son, Dr Edwin Ditto from Oregon City. Tam Mosgrove from Salem spent the weekend at the home of' her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mosgrove. The Mos- groves took her home Sunday and spent the day with their son, Mr and Mrs. Royce Mosgrove and sons at Salem. Guests from Friday to Tuesday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goodwin were their son, Martin Goodwin and friend, Marvin O'Daniel, and his moth- er, Mrs West, all from San Fran- cisco. Mrs. Lena Filer and daughter Charlotte spent three days last week at Seaside. They also went to Astoria and saw the Astor col. umn and in Tillamook they vis- ited the Pioneer Museum. They went by way of the Sunset High- way and picnicked at Sunset Park They returne(~ by the Til- lamook Forest and the Wilson River Highway. They report the vine maple and other trees and shrubs starting to turn TO fall colors. 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