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October 13, 1977

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Chemeketa Library Bookmobile To Be In Lafayette Saturday The Chemeketa Cooperative Re- The schedule for the next two gional Library Service bookmobile was successful throughout the Chemeketa Community College district in its first two weeks of operation. Although many residents of the tri-county region have already be- gun utilizing the bookmobile, coor- dinators of the program expect usage will increase as citizens become more familiar with it. The bookmobile may be used by any residentof the district. Persons who do not have a card from the Chemeketa library or one of the public libraries in the district may obtain a free card through the bookmobile. In addition to four week book loans, the bookmobile has a book request service. If a reader wants a particular book that is not on the bookmobile, the librarians will at- temt to locate the book for that person. weeks in the local area is: Saturday, October 15. Lafayette, 3rd and Market, 3:00-4:15. Carlton City Hall, 11:00-12:00. Yamhill City Hall, 12:45-2:00. Hopewell The Hopewell Home Extension Unit will hold its first meeting of the year Tuesday, Oct. 18 at the home of Mrs. A. W. Hansen, Rt. 1, Box 249H, Amity, on Eola Road, for the lesson on Choosing and Using Slow Cookers, with members participat)ng in cooking lunch. Each member is asked to bring a salad as the rest of the menu will be furnished by the leaders, Mrs. Allen Rohertson and Mrs. J. B. Hart. The Hopewell Community Club met at the school Oct. 4 at 7:30 pm with Mrs. Darrell Clow, president, in charge. Mrs. Albert Terril was Salem Business Directory, and Shopping Guide BICYCLES SCOTT'S CYCLE SHOP --Schwinn Bicycles- Sates-Service-Accessories BankAmericard--Master Charge Welcome 147CommercialSE 363-4516 MEN'S CLOTHING, SHOES LES NEWMAN'S Men's Wear, Work Clothing, Rainwear Boots & Shoes, La- Crosse Rubber Co. Ju|tln edoots, Endicott, Johnson & wing Shoes, U.S. Rubber Footwear 179 Commercial NE 363-5508 Bank Americard-Master Charge, MUSIC DEALERS A v WILLS MUSIC STORE Band & Orchestra Instruments Sales & Rentals Baldwin Pianos & Organs Records -- Shoot Music -- Guitars & Amplifiers -- I S&H Green Stamps 4432 State St. Ph. 3644757 NEEDLECRAFT THE BUSYNEEDLE "For Qual'lty & Beauty In Noodlecraft" Need lepolnt-Crewel-Crochet Latch Hook Rugs Complete line of DMCthruds BankAmericard-Master Charge Lancaster Mall Ph. 363-9898 Our Pledge is Since 1903. .. Macy & Son has served families of Yamhill County with the finest in personal service. We pledge to continue to render the same quality of service., tle same honest. efficient and reasonably Honest Service priced professional assis- tance. For more than seven decades we have been worthy of your con- fidence. We shall continue to strive to merit that trust. GLEN MACY 2nd and Evans, McMinnville, 472-6151 Mor.ticians Invitation National Selected THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1977 -- THE DAYTON TRIBUNE -- DAYTON, OREGON  PAGE 3 elected Treasurer. The club planned a Halloween Party for the children of the neighborhood on Saturday evening, Oct. 29 from 7:30-9:30 at the Hopewell School Gym. Saturday guests of Mrs. Mar- garet Janzen and her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Funk of Chinook, Mont., were Mrs. Brian Humphreys and family of Salem and Mrs. George Kirkwood and sons of Hillsboro. Monday evening they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Janzen and family. Mrs. Nels Sipola and Mrs. Eliza- beth Funk took the bus from Portland on Wednesday, Oct. 12, for Mrs. Funk's home in Chinook, Mont., for a two week visit. Jean Stowell of Redding, Calif., and Rev. Jim Goodin of Visalia, Calif., were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stowell. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Polvi of San Leandro, Calif., arrived at the home of his mother, Mrs. Esther Polvi on Friday, Oct. 7 and in the afternoon, Mrs. May Polvi and Mrs. Esther Polvi. accompanied them to Corvallis to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Polvi. Other relatives visited them at Mrs. Polvi on Sat. urday and they returned to their home Sunday afternoon by air. Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Pearse received word that their son Wil- liam Pearse of Sylvania, Ohio, en- tered the hospital there on Monday night for treatment of bronchial trouble. WEBF00T The Friendly Neighbors club met October S at the home of Mrs. Frank Armentrout with 10 mem- bers present. The afternoon was spent in visiting. Secret Sisters were revealed and names for the coming year were drawn. The No- vember meeting is to be with Mrs. Jim Watts in McMinnville unless otherwise announced. Mr. and Mrs. George Doud at- tended the Potluck Supper and Booster Night Program of Mc- Minnville Grange Oct. 5, where Mrs. Doud gave a number on the program. Mrs. Dorothy Ford accompanied Mrs. Ercell Griggs to Dayton, Wash., where they spent the weekend at the home of Ercell's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Johnson. Mrs. Dorothy Ford accompanied Mrs. Vincent Gale of Canby to the airport Tuesday where they met friends of Mrs. Gale's arriving from California. Miss Eileen Shafer went by plane Sunday to Streamwood, Ill., for a visit with her brother Donald and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Doud of Scio, daughter Camille and her friend Staci called briefly at the George Doud home Saturday evening. Mrs. Nancy McManimie under. went surgery at McMinnville Hos. pital Wednesday of last week. WHEATLAND Mrs. Blanch Cooper, former res- ident of Wheatland, who has lived in Brockwood Village, McMinnville for several years, is a patient at the McMinnviile Hospital. Guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beaty were Mrs, Ann Post of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Derrick of Sand Lake. I II II IIII III I Don Cornett's Repair Cars, Tractors and Farm Machinery 9-5 MONDAY-FRIDAY Years in Same Location Io Oek St. Deylm Phene II144Z Illii II Fairview Mrs. W. M. Shaw of Salem and her daughter, Mrs. Lane Downey and daughters Kim and Kathy of Montesano, Wash., visited Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Campbell on Oct. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stephens were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stephens and daughter Gretchen Ruth at their beach home in Pacific City this past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kotka and daughters of Portland were week- end guest of his father, John Kotka and other relatives, returning home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Magness of Washington, D.C, were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Fuqua. On Sunday, a Magness family gathering was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stuart of Canby. Among those who attended were Virginia Magness of McMinnville, Mr. and Mrs. John Fuqua, Mrs. Carrie Baker of Can- by, Mrs. Adeline Underhill and Gerald Nicholdson of Dufur, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Magness of Sherwood. SALE -- October 14, 15 & 16, Friday thru Sunday, As Quantities Last Beef or Chicken, 42-oz. cans Reg. $1.59 each Chung King Chow Mean. $1.39 [tactac like tuna] 6V=-oz. cans SPECIAL, each Sea Boy Chunk Bonita . 59c loz. cans Reg. 39 each Van Camp Spanish Rice 2/66c Candy-like cookies, 10-oz. package Reg. 8, Sunshine Yum-Yums ..... 69c 18-oz. cans Reg. 53 each Diamond A Fruit Cocktail 2/88c [no-slip noodles], 12-oz. pkg. Reg. 55c each Porter Bite-Size Frillets. 2/88c Tiny, Broken 4V2-oz. cans Reg. $1.19 icy Water Alaska Shrimp. $1.05 e-oz. cans INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL Norwest Tomato Sauce .. 2/35c MACARONI & CHEESE, 7-oz. SPECIAL Majorette Dinner Pack 4151.00 CARNATION -- Vanilla or Coffee, 7.44-oz., 6-serving box, Instant Breakfast .:=.,5 $1.05 Ground, 4-oz. cans Reg. $1.09 each Crescent Black Pepper ... 89c Sharp, Medium, Mild, Monterey Jack, Mozzarella Darigold Cheese 10c off ea. pkg. M.D. Toilet, White or Assorted Colors 4-roll pkg. Tissue.... 75c NEW-- TRIPLE-DECKER, 12-oz. pkg. Reg. 79 Nabisco Sugar Wafers ... 69c 2-lb. ran, Drip, Regular or Electric Pert Folger's Coffee . . . . . . $649. Smoked Pork Jowls .. lb. 79c OREQON CHIEF Link Sausage - $1 25 PEOPLE'S MARKET -- LAFAYHTTII -- OPEN 9 am-9 pm, Weekdays & Sunday