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PAGE 2 -- THE DAYTON TRIBUNE -- DAYTON, OREGON -- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1977 Masonic District Meeting at Amity By Earle Coburn, Publicity Promptly at 8 pm, Oct. 8, 1977, W. Brother Walter L. Hilliard, opened Amity Lodge No. 20, A.F. & A.M., for the purpose of re- ceiving the Grand Master of Ma- sons in Oregon, M.W. Bro. Joseph Jarvis, from Elgin Lodge No. 67, in Eastern Oregon. The Grand Master and those with him sat in the body of the Lodge during the opening ceremony and then retired to be received in the customary manner. After M.W. Bro. Joseph Jarvis was welcomed he presented those with him m namely R. W. Bro. "Bill" Oldham, at home in District No. 4; R. W. Bro. H. Wendel Patch, Dist. Deputy of No. 40; and W. Bro. Jay Erickson, Grand Standard Bearer. After all were accorded the proper McMinnvill Organ ( Piano Center IN THE TOWN SHOPPING CENTER 1291 N. 99W 472-6693 New & Used Organs & Pianos SALES -- SERVICE -- TERMS -- TRADES -- LESSONS Sheet Music, Music Books, etc. honors the Grand Master stated he would attend meetings in 32 of the 40 districts in Oregon because he wanted to know, first hand, the condition of Freemasonry in all sections of the Grand Jurisdiction. The Worshipful Masters present were asked to report concerning the activities within their own Lodges. R. W. Bro. "Bill" Oldham was then asked to speak about the condition he found in his District. He said "that in his opinion Mas- onry was on the upgrade in the 5 Lodges in Yamhill County." Three 50 year members were escorted west of the Altar and complimented by the Grand Master for their continued active interest in their respective Lodges. Two of those thus honored are active members of Jacob Mayer Lodge No. 108, Dayton and they seldom miss a meeting. Having already thanked the members for their presence, Bob's Backhoe Service BACKHOE & DOZER Licensed and Bonded ROBERT ALBRIGHT Rt. 1, Box 25 Dayton 884-3544 the Grand Master made a few but impressive remarks, saying "that the E.A. degree was his favorite since that gave the initiate his first impression of the Order. He felt the Senior Deacon should be very pro- ficient so that the candidate would get the right introduction into Ma- sonry, After the new M.M. has taken his examination of the third degree he should be given some work to do. Let the community know what the Lodge is doing -- in other words 'don't hide but let the light shine' ". Lodge was dosed at an early hour and everyone from the six districts felt the evening was very well spent. Past Noble Grands Meet The Past Noble Grands of Dayton Naomi Rebekah Lodge held their October meeting at the home of Mrs. Lillian Lyman with ten mem- bers present. Mrs. Lulu Clements presided and activitied for the coming season were discussed. The meeting closed with delicious re- freshments served by the hostess. The November meeting will be at the home of the present Noble Grand, Mrs. Bill Spangler, in New- berg. Dayton Doings Mr. and Mrs. Larry Duzan and family from Albany were Monday evening dinner guests at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Duzan. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hall visit- ed their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Start, in Philomath Sunday. Saturday they visited another daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jette at Champoeg. Sophie Kessler from McMinn- ellis is staying at the home of Mrs. Alvina Reu while she is convalesc- ing from an operation. Sunday callers at the. home of Mrs. Reu were her son, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Reu from Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hall visit- ed their granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Jette in Sherwood Tuesday. Mrs.. Evelyn Lenderink accom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Has- brook to Seattle Friday where they visited friends and relatives, re- turning home Monday afternoon. Sunday evening callers at the Bud Callahan home were Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Warren and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Warren. Monday. afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weaver from Beaverton. The Dayton WCTU will meet Tuesday, Oct. 18 at the home of Mrs. Zella Bilke. The Oregon Department of Transportation Wants YOUR OPINION ABOUT HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT NEEDS IN THIS AREA Come to the public meeting on Oregon's proposed six-year highway improvement program McMINNVILLE Monday, October 7 7:30 to 9:30 p.m00 YAMHILL COUNTY COURTHOUSE 5th and Evans Streets Room 32 and let the Oregon Transportation Commission know what YOU think! Key Oregon Transportation officials will discuss repairs and Improvements being planned in your area. It's a chance for you to let State officials know if what is being planned Is what you want. If you're concerned about the CONDITION and FUTURE of the roads in this area, attend this very Important meetingl T The Ore9o, Department of Transportation Highway Oiwsion THE DAYTON TRIBUNE Printed Weekly at 3rd & Ferry, Dayton, Oregon 97114 Subscrlption--$3.00per year znd Class Postage Paid At Dayton, Oregon 97114 Kill Kare Klub has been post- poned to November because of illness and some members still on vacation. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Remme were Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Magee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Magee from Unionvale, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Magee and children from Wheatland. Mrs. Lenabelle Dean from Sa-* lem, Mrs. Audrey Lippens, and Mrs. Viola Bunn had dinner to- gether at the Kings Table in McMinnville Tuesday and then stopped at the Filer home for a good visit. They were classmates in school. MacLin Club met Tuesday even- ing at the home of Charlotte Filer. Members came from McMinnville. Mrs. Bernard Lippens was a guest. Mrs. Fler and Mrs. Lippens served a delicious dessert. Miss Sybil Seward and Miss Edith Reynolds told about their summer trip to Egypt and Greece. Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Galer Sunday were their two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Galer and family from Hopewell and Mr. and Mrs. Leon- ard Galer and family from Eugene. Mrs. Mariam Krake and Mrs. Golda Freshour from Hubbard were guests at the home of Mrs. Wanda Bium in Tillamook from Wednesday to Friday. Mrs. Fresh- our's son, Guy, took them to Til- lamook and Mrs. Blum brought them home. Doll Show To Be Held At Armory, Epsilon Sigma Alpha will sln- sor the second Benefit Doll Show at the McMinnville Armory, 600 N. Evans St. The event will be held Oct. 22nd from 1-8 pm and Oct. 23 from 10 am-4 pro. Proceeds support Easter Seal, Children's Hospital and Mid.Valley Support Services. Anyone who makes or collects dolls is invited to enter. Youngsters are also invited to show their dolls. For entry blanks, send a large self-addressed stamped envelope to ESA, 215 E. 9th St., McMinn- ville, Or. 97128. Events include exhibits, collec- tions, sales, prizes, doll making and demonstrations. IOOF POTLUCK HELD HERE SATURDAY NIGHT Forty members, families and friends attended the IOOF and Re- bekah Potluck at their Hall Satur- day night. After a bountiful dinner they 'exchanged' articles in a Har- vest Sale. This was followed by a cake walk with eight cakes going to the winners. I PROFESSIONIL .| I" CARPET I)LEININ6"I I Our Hydre.Mashw "Truck Mounted" I 1 carpet Cleaning system leaves Your i l carpets "Bright a Sparkling." The i II new steam cleaning pressure method 1 1 penetrates deeply into carpet, loosens 1 1 a extracts dirt a leaves no shm or 1 I moisture in your home. II / 0,, 472-6129 I lab Duokett's 1 FRED'S REPAIR SHOP 8:30-5 MONDAY-FRIDAY Located on alley behind 411 Ferry. 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