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"':-'" ""::" "Th LordPs Pr r" and "To.. t -'- honoring Miss mays mau, held the evening of Jan. 4 atthe e aye with Mrs. Fern Eberhart and Brandt Kenneth Knutson Rich ............ T : IOOF hall with Miss Dnna night" with Mrs VlrgilSlan Miss Lra Sherwd cutting ard DeJng- Hward Vlndle Drl'Q'e'elect I vug elDy OI Sloan, daughter of Mr.andMrs. accompanying her on the piano, the decorated rainbow cake. Glen Dlcke' Roscoe b  uanas. , Gut rod, Virgil Sloe% being installed as Miss Sydney Drake, retiring Mrs. Marvin McIrvin served Virgil Heider from McMlnn- After games and opening of new worthy advisor. Other worthy advisor, was honored punch. Mrs. Sherwood and vllle; Jake Grauer, George gifts, cake, lce cream and punch elective officers installed in- with adegreeandpresentedwlth Mrs. McIrvin are aunts of the Marrs Anna Schatz of Camas were served to Mesdames d P $ elude Linda Holmes,worthy as- her white Rainbow Bible an a newly-installed Worth Advisor. Wash. Loral Schroder of Mc Everett Small, Junior Moon t soctate advisor; Charlotte bottle of perfume. Taking part Relatives of Miss Sloan cam- Minnvlle Miss KrlstieLatham Gene Small, Onnie Johnsont Brock, charity; Marllyn Bride, in the degree were Karen Hen- lng for the installation includ- and the guest of honor. Edna Tufford Ezra Kilmerj hope, andPattiThompson,faitb., ton, PamDentonCharlotte Mc- ed Mr. and Mrs. EllsworthMc- Charles Kadell A. Selby Mil- Appointive officers installed Mahlll and Joanne Warren. Irvin and Janice Mr. and Mrs. ome From ilraer dred Selby, Edna Dawkins m4pm) 9:45 a. m. Anne Metthews, Womblp Hour ...... 11  were Louise S1oan drill leader; Installing officers were Syd- Marvin McIrvin and sonsDanny ............. - " Florence Hamilton Paul Lodi Supeldl'ttextdent.  Mar- Slimmy e  . T P.M. Donna Evans love; Judy ONan ney Drake, worthy advisor; and Harley Mrs. Mattie Me- Mrs. John Gutbrod, who un- Clifford Whltlow Wayne Max- ux, Assistant SupeMmtendent ' ...- ............... 7:30 p.m. religion; Betty Kennedy, nature; Sharon Drake marshall; Mrs. Irvin, Harley McIrvtn and Miss derwent surgery at McMlnn- field, Ralph Berkey, Karen vi,-,,l ,, m d T,.- , . f anc ville hospital last week, return Smith and Miss Elsie Taylor Sharon Drake, immortality; _.., .... , ...usician; an ....... rwo..,., all o V ou- - , MOI Worldlip ........... 11 ItJ.  Connie Slsk, fidelity; Diana Trixie Bryant, chaplain, ver Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. ed to her home Sunday and is Mickey Wllso% Gladys Small Endeavor ..... -6:30 p.z   JKltl Ball, service; Karen Henton, Mrs. Eugene McKinley p re- Armond Sloan of Corvallis. getting along nicely, and Pat and Pare DeJong. RMfl eTve ............. .'7:30 p.m. lVI '  M, chaplain; Charlotte McMahill Meeting and Bibl StUdY Sabbath  tJ0 A.  Gee, outer observer; Janice iiiiii!iiI ..: ": .: .: :: ".':::: ": .::.! ':. ::.:.::i: ".: " t-:" : ...... , .:: :: '..! :!::.::. "::.;: :.::  ..... .j:;.! .': . , ....................... -?:30 pro_  tl JK ]l McKibben, choir leader; Judy lllll , 1 .............. 8:3o p_v   Sloan, musician and Pam Den- .'.:.,.{,..::.  :,... .} :. ,. :,. . ton, recorder. Mrs. Dean Hal- .';:s: .. .,. : ..:: ::,,...;.:.:,.::.:'., . ..:. !  :: ..... :. .., . dkd Im  "   Chm mes is mother advisor and Vir- :Ii ii gll Sloan Is father advisor. ': ....... :: :::.,.'..'@i :" . $|0   ay  at: DeMolay chapter from Me- i - - 8"00 A. L and 10"00 A. M_  K felt'-'-" ..... " - Minnville performed the crown- :::::....: ;:;::::::;;.-;:;::::;:::::::::::::: ...... . I .....    Ma4me at: Lug ceremony, with Jerry Bur- m( ':30 A. ". ' '.30 .. _. gess. master councilor, per-.. FIRST SHOWING! 1964 lllm4'OO] ..... 10"]  Welcome to the Faith Bible uare ance I'1 elwl  9.'00  Chapel Full Gospel. Sunday ...... services 7 p.m., Wednesday ldof. Mmacme_ dayeveningservlcesq:3Op'm'Sun'=o,, ,o ,.=. 6r0up F0rms iiii00 Lowe t p d FRIGIDAIRE ..... ii!i ii!i S'g;t P;i::' ........ i!i! - 'IZ'IwIL   ]Ptt' tWo miles from Wlllamfna on S rice ,.=,==- ......... z iili iii iii Mllng War, at, ....... 11.,0 A.L lt CrOOk   GRAND RONDE--A group iiil k PULL'N CLEAN Oven Range FRIGIDAIRE Oth Hour .................. 7".00 P.M. |   el Salt   of 40 young people met Wed- ,llOr .ety (ag. 4.11)  - Wealth.  nesday night. Jan. 8, at the "" li !ii! !!!! _D er "th'ak ,, i:i: (etge 19-101 ........ :Polk county fairgrounds to or- i:::::: I]iii "llll * Exclusive Pull 'N Clean oven pulls out like a ::::ii i!::!  . ....S ::i::i 7-45 P.. - M .-urn Womhip ........... 7: Weekly Sdledule: - ganlze the Polk county !::: |i drawer, cleans from the top without stooping :::: :i:i nr ,fcalf I :::: High School Square Dance Club. :::: a.,. . :::: :::: l....__.. :: 1' el   :!:i |iii]l New, recessed, one-piece flowing top. :i:! !:!: = - !:i: 0LW.= $SOo1 ............ 9:ha.m, Mr. andMrs. Pedlgoofln-i; 11 Cook-Masterautomaticovencontro mindsoven ii i  iili: !1, ,1, ]1 !1 __ .( Wo.p ........ 11:00 aJQ dependence will be co-leaders I1 : ]lt  o lieHeel: Xouth Autvitie ......... 6:30 p.m. of tee club, whtch will meet !:i: cooking for yo . Scores of other features, too? iiii iii i!ii aldmy oo.__Moraln%eld. WeeRWmhipservte' ............. ....... .... ]eMtm,ll:00T:"9:'''" ". -- __ :. ..... 8::'--7:0 p,--__ p.m.P'm" fairgroundS.chosendaythe second and fourth WedneS-nightSand OfofficerseaChA namemnthelectedWlllat thebeat !ii[ eRIDecJrg:4, ,0', $970 i i iiil "' ,I !!i "Jttlda ]ttllng ....... 7: P. " 4 colors or white o,n,*rom *ern,o.e L//  ".- i I i "A mmrc   Agm' Bart Reid, Bill Howry Beverly ,:. ::::::::::::::.:;:.::::::..:..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::: ::::;:::: :.:.:.)..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:.:.: :.:.  ,,t,m,, ,e. o woo,. .th et- i::il ................................................................................... :'i: jii fill Ncllh llt'ge tmt Jen, Roger and Annette Bus- KIII[K"2'" . boom, John and Kay Reldel. }ili FRIGIDAIRE Soak Cycle "---4 color,Meddler OO.lwh,te. i!ii Chuzda School ............. 9:45 .m. David Colton and Betty Wood- :.:. .:-: Wol'ghlp ...... 11:00 aJ : worth. Accompanylngtheyotmg :::: :!:! i:!: iiii i li]iOWa]i) .O11I ............ 12 Noon  people were Mrs. Elmer Werth iii:: i " Automatic Dry shuts !ii Washer spins dry dry dry! 0000e.o,,w.eno,o,.es ili M YOUth Fllo1tp i and Mrs. John Howry.  I i:i: i:!: just-right dry. ................ 6:30 p.m. , are ':-: ":': Timed drying, too. i!.".i Old ent Introduction GIANT * Soaks automatically, washes automatically! Soaks i:i: i:i: ===,y: co==, .......... 8: .=. 12 LB, clothes better than overnight. :!:i:::: i::i::.. " driesSpeedierbreeze-fresh.FIwing Heat ::!i!!i!:!: i Wedmesdaytl=yer G'zoup ........... 9:30 aJn. ! * Ask us about Frigidaire underwater Action Zone .... iiii iiii .:.: = 81uaetuary Choir tehea.-'wa] .- M|NNONITI TUB I washing-helps get all your wash fabulously clean[ !i! iiii * Porcelain Enameled !ii! . : HOUR" SudsWater Saver Model :::: :::: drum. " TrofhDuringRnt_d :' : '249 '189 r..,..t,..p...,,.....-.,---,......pp................u....= Each Weekq WDR-64 at extra cost. In !iii... ...i!i! i:i:! " Snowcrest white only. !i!i :iii! !!i! Japan Talked Club Delegates : ..:.: Depe,dable! It's the :::::::: ::i:::: :::: ..e,_or.__ XSL. - ,sin  I iiii Sturdy Frigidaire washer. :i:ii:!: i:i::i:i iiiii!ii At Club Meet Tell Of Meet Hoid(:])/ 'We, comell'tJ01)""Sundmlato Mennonite ChurchJ !i:::: 4olot, orw, ite ::i::i i::!:: iiii During the Christmas hal- | 240 SW Madison, Sheridan Study of Japan was the pro- GRAND RONDE--Mrs. El- ldays, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ject when the Mill Creek Ex-merWerthreportedonhervlslt Schatz of Sheridan annunced | SmldaTi "= ' l00ie llardware tension trait met at the home with Gay. Mark Hatfleld to the the engagement of their daugh- tm'Kblp Sende. I1  I of Mrs. Robert Guttry on Jan. 8. Grand Ronde Womaffs club ter, Edna, to Norman Seely, m WoetdlJIp.   ' After a short business meet- members at their regular meet- son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph K. I "A r..ffiu, c=-i 146 S. Bridge Sheridan 84-619 lng, the ACWW committee, lng Thursday night, Jan. 9. She Seely of Woodburno -- ....... .-. I ,r , Mrs. Tolvo Slmonson and Mrs. stated a group representing ' ' Guttry, presented Mrs. Howard various organizations met with Lyon wlth her lmpressions of the governor to find out how the 11PGE ELECTRICITY heats Japan gained from having lived state board of education de4 there for two years. Her first termlned the budget cuts in impression, she said, was that wldch Home Extensionand 4-H our everything was so small the are affected. Mrs. Werth, who people, their homes, their furn- is a member of the 4-H State ltureandthelrflelds. Advisory Board, represented el4 ss month" Mrs. Charles Wilhelm, who the Polk County 4-H As- sukiyakilS a native of Japan. preparedin true Japanese style sociation. 8 "room home for just per for lunch. This was served A report also was given on in small bowls with chopsticks the annual Christmas party for provingquitehllariousasmem- patients at the Maple Wood hers tried to use them. Home for the Aged, for which Using Mrs. Ade Pelzer as the Woman's club gave each aa),s Mrs. John Shewey of Salem our electric bill averages just $14.35 per a model, Mrs. Wilhelm also patient a gift and furnished re- demonstrated how to dress in freshments. Various church "We have a large 1650 square foot home and month! It is so very clean and quic[i We are a kimono, groups of the community fur- completely satisfied." ntshed the e-tertalnment and frankly I was somewhat worried about what devotional services, the cost would be to heat it electrically. But, Find out how little it will cost you to switch Next regular meeting will be to electric heat. Your electrical heating con- held Thursday night, Jan. 23 both my husband and ! wanted the flexibility when members will repair 11- tractor will be happy to give you a free esti- brary books, and safety of electric baseboard heating, mate and details on how you can use PGE's Band Head w,, costs far less to install than most Easy-Pay Financing Plan. Join the thousands fuel-burning systems. You can imagine our of PGE customers who SetsMeet pleasure to find that the heating portion of HEAT BETTER... ELECTRICALLY t INSURANCE THAT In Eugene Use PG]g',, R,,,,y-Pa, Financing ,:::.:,:, ........ GIVES YOU Plan fOr Inst&l]stion of the P]B[OIt- O]BL .:i Band Director Robert Belleu 1P..leetrto ][-][eat ou Prefer x0Rrr will attend classes at the 14th The dohn Shewey residence Electric Heat Pumps for heating ]P(}-- FOR annual conference on music 366 Fir Knoll Lane. S.E., Salem and cooling FB]I educat|on in Eugene Friday and Radiant Heat in floor or ceiling ]BOO][Jr.,ET Saturday. Baseboard Heating FROM LAWSUITS! Mrs. Belieu will accompany In-Wall Heaters g him and vislt their daughter Infra-Red Heaters Our new 12-page booklet, "Heat Your Home Electrically" is yours for the ask- Miss Lorraine Belleu, astudent Central Electric Furnaces ing. Address: ELECTRIC HEATING, Portland General Electric Company, 621 at the university. Miss Belleu S.W. Alder, Portland, or see your near- ts SOlO cornet player in theUn- est PGE office. f a guesf or frade$- lversity of Oregon Concert ma. slips o. your" band, which will play at the front walk or falls o, conference, as will the Unlver- your sta;r$ you are I;able s/ty of Oregon symphonic band for damages. 0uf pub', arid the Ashland High school --  PO RTLAN D liab;]ify ;nsura.ce ;ves you Clinics will be held by Mlt- ful) and comp)e*e pro,ec- che11 Lurid of Los Angeles, H . A GENERAL t;on from costly iudgmenh, one of the nation's finest clar- FAT B|TTIE v A.d ,, is o.e o, ,he he.p- lnet players and teschers, and "#@FRICI%.._. U:! ELECTRIC est Hnds of insurance fo by Frank Arsenault, foremost ::z:<L.:.  buy. Le us ,tl you mo,e rudimental percussion player ,,,-&,:&. ' '' COMPANY Call 843-47  ,4A. F:& A.M. "i",.. ; Oregon's Pioneer Electric Utility tOll, HAMS'rRT ,- !=, Wedn$d*y " Gust Gusmfson ....... W.M. I N S U R A N C E Melvin Agee ........ Secretary I I I iu I I