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rAGE4 0000,wJ,mx oo : TnUaSna'L ocroeER 13, 1977 ers and officers of Hopewell and born Aug. 29. Jeremy Michael weighed 8 lbs., 14 oz. Great grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Timm and Mrs. Shirley Zentner, all Public Noe NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS TO DISCUSS CITY OF DAYTON PROPOSED SEWER BOND ISSUE At 7:30 pm on Monday, October 17, 1977 and Wednesday, Novem- ber 2, 1977, public meetings will be held at the Dayton City Hall to discuss proposed improvements to the Dayton sewer system, and a proposed Sewer Bond Election. Persons are hereby invited to attend the public meetings to dis- cuss these issues with the City Council, and City Engineer. Dated at Dayton, Oregon, Oct- ober 5, 1977. Janice Church, Recorder City of Dayton Published Oct. 6, 13, 1977. Card of Thanks The members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints of Dayton wish to express their thanks to the Odd Fellows for the use of their hall for the last two Fears. FARMS& ACREAGES NEEDED 0n,v 3% Sales Commission CLAUDE KILGORE REALTY Since 1946 Ph. 364-5360 Hopewell and Unionvale Church News The third Sunday of October is Teen Day at the Hopewell Sunday School and eveyone is asked to bring a picture of themselves as teenagers, for extra points. Prizes were given to children who brought visitors on the first Sunday of the contest. The Juniors of the Sunday School had special songs during the opening with Mrs. Earl Compton as leader and Tim Janzen as pianist. The Hopewell Council of Admin- istration met after the evening service at Hopewell and on Monday evening, the Sunday School teach- Miscellaneous LOST: Sigma Nu Phi key (1937 presentation date engraved on re- verse). $50.00 reward for return. Carl Francis, Dayton, phone 864- 3659. 41,42f YES WE SELL IT [--] Auto  Health I- Fire [_ Accident Life D Liability [] Bonds [] Compensation [] Marine MATTOX INSURANCE AGENCY C. WADE MATTOX AGENTS VI MATTOX Phone 864-2213 P.O. Box 98 Dayton, Oregon 971141 Palmer Lumber & .CE// Supply Co. ALL 0RTH0 PRODUCTS 25% OFF Unionvale Sunday Schools held their monthly meeting at Unionvale and the Unionvale Council met Tuesday evening at Unionvale. Wednesday evening, Oct. 12 at 6 pm a potluck dinner was served at Unionvale, with Rev. Bud Tusant of the Multi-Media division of Bible Literature International, giving a presentation of their world-wide work. The Hopewell Missionary Socie- ty met at the home of Mrs. Beulah Reed on Tuesday afternoon, and the Unionvale Missionary Society at Mrs. Michael Tompkin's home. The men of the Hopewell and Unionvale Churches attended the Evangelical Men's Fall Rally at the Kings Table restaurant in Salem Thursday evening. OPEN 8 to 5:30 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY -- SATURDAY 8 am to 5 pm BY DAYTON HIGH SCHOOL Hopewell SDA Church News Pastor Robert Letcher spoke on the topic "Living Sacrifices" Oct. 8. An offering for the Voice of Prophecy Radio program was re- ceived at the service. The Church officers' Regional meeting was held Monday evening, Oct. 10 at the East Salem SDA Church, with Hopewell officers attending. The Pathfinders Club (ages 9-15) meet each Tuesday night at 7 pm at the Junior Room of the Hopewell Church. Dean and Sharon Car- penter of Dayton are the leaders. Hopewell Pathfinders will be going door to door Oct. 31, co], lecting canned goods for the needy instead of asking for treat. Thanksgiving and Christmas bas- kets will be given to the needy from this food collected on Halloween. The Willamette Federation of Dorcas will meet Oct. 20 from 10 to 3 pm at Pioneer Village, 375 Tabin Road NW in West Salem. The first yearly Home and School meeting will be held Oct. 22 at 7:15 pm at the McMinnviile SDA School Gym, 1349 Elm St. Carlos Mason, well-known speaker from Southern California, will be speaking on the "Hyper-Child", the Slow Learners and Proper Balance in Protein hello world... Mr. and Mrs. John Imlah of Fairview are the proud parents of a son, Brian John, 7 lbs., born Sept. 24. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gall Taylor of Amity, Mrs. Betty lmlah of Amity, and Larry Imlah of Salem. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Compton of Salem, Mrs. Pete Williams of Am- ity and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor of Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Zentner of Idaho Falls, Idaho, are the proud parents of their first child, a son, BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY OPTOMETRIST Newberg, Oregon tenses, Frames Duplicated FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION of McMinnville, Oregon Savings Accounts Insured to $40,000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. Interest from day of deposit to day of withdrawal Loars to buy or build your home 445 Third St. McMinnville A t Of Dayton. Paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Zentner went to Idaho to get acquainted with the new family member. Who's Who In  Our Shopping Area Lon Dee ,., Flowers ' , Phone 472-2123 Flowers With Sentiment 103 South Baker McMinnville, Oregon Call Us When You Need Expert Appliance Service!I KROHN'S Appliance Center 315 E. First St., Newberg Phone 538-3613 SALES SERVICE THE TRAVEL BUREAU 222 N. Evans McMinnvillo Phone 472.612'/ Wl LLAMEE :,'-: INDUSTRIES, INC.  112 S. EdWerdsPh.538,3512 i? , "Everything for the Builder" Plywood -- Hardware Lumber -- Tools -y-,Paint -- DENTS 502 E. First St., Newberg Phone 538-2079 Distinctive Gifts Office Supplies Hallmark Cards I I Lynn's For Men Small Enough To Know You-- Large Enough to Serve You Haggar Slacks, Levi's, Enro Shirts, Pacific Trail Jackets, Farrah Slacks 315 3rd St. McMinnville 472-6717 Till 9 pm Fridays Parkway: Health Foods For Your Convenience 2 Stores Town Center Store 472-8118 ALSO -- 111 3rdSt. 472-2811 Supplements, In Store Bakery, Import Cheeses, Health Foods & Grains, Health Food Appl. McMinnville, of Course!  i I I I THEDAYTON TRIBUNE for: all printing WEEKEND SPECIALS ) ! THISAD GOOD FOR FRI.&SAT.,OCT. 14 &15i:  1 lb. : : Alan's Thick Sliced Bacon $1.40 1 oz. pkg. Hershey's Instant Cocoa 12/90c 1 lb. box Nabisco Saltines .......... Sweet & Yellow :b( J FRESH STALK Bananas $1 Celery 12 oZ. Lysol Disinfectant Spray ..... $1.39 16 oz.  Cut Santmm Green Beans.. 4151:00 1 Gal. Hi-Country Natural Apple. Cider. $i.98 60 oz. Box BIsqulck .. $1.25 17-oz. Del Monte Fruit Cocktail 2F/9c 2 lb. bag Pops-Rite Popcorn . ."o. . . 59c 12 oz. Nestle's Real Chocolate Morsels $1.39 49c .. 19c