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I i i v- im Church News SHERID,I i Good $hherd Chch auad bius at: 8: A. M. and 10:00 A. M. Flrmt Friday Masses at: 7:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. is rt  cbm Tele. 843-6969 or 843-6964 Sure.r" all .1 (cremes .&apos;u-farBe.-au •  .s.m p.m.  ............. v:30 p.m. Wtnm,daS, s Peter Meettn@al Blble Study ...... .7'.30 p.m. Praottce ................... 8:30 p.m. SlO Ioa4 ,  Zd__s-,mm Telephone 472-6677 5undy School ........... 10:15 am. Womhtp Service ........ 9:00 a.m. Memloulte Church David L. Hostetler, Minister Mid-week Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Worship sche&tle: day riool ................ 10 A.M. p Hour ............... 11 A/I. Sunday evening service .. 7 P.M. I SALT CREEK WILLAMINA i Seventh Day Adwmtist Washington and Sbmanms Sts. bervlces Saturday morning. Sabbath School 9:30 A. M. Preaching 11 A. M. THE METHODIST CHUIClII  IIIIII, mlnll North IMdge Stmmt Sunday: Chur School ............... 9:45-P.m. o Warship ........ 11:00 a.m. Fellowip flora ............ 12 Noon Meodist Youth Fellowship ....................... 6:30 p.m. Old Testament Introduction Course .......... 8:00 p.m. Monday: Prayer Group ................ 9:30 a.m. Weckesday: Sanctuary Choir reheanml ........................ 7:30 p.m. Sla, nldma Amombly of God 220 S. W. Momoe R. A.  Ptor Regular schedule of selces: Sudy School ....... : ........ 9:45 A. M. Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. Evenirg Service ........... 7:45 P. M. Mid - Week Prayer Meeting, lVursday Evening, ....... 7:45 P. M. Representatives of Gideon or- ganization will  presenting their ministry of Bible distribu- tion in the Assembly of God Church Sunday morning, May 5• .v , ˘ ,/ ; J . ; ....   of s ammms Sunday Services: Sunday School ............... 9:45 A. M. Viorning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. outh Hour ..................... 7:00 P. M. Junior Society (ages 4.11) NYPS (ges 12-40) ..vening Worship ............ 7:45 P. M. Salt Creek Fptist Cburcl i Mile So. of Sa2t Creek Grocery Clarence H. Walth, Past0v phone MA 3-g,qTb Weekly Schedule: Smd Sunday School ............ 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship .......... 11:00 a.m. Youth Activities ............. 6:30 p.m. Evening Servicer ............... 7:30 p.r Prayer Service ................ 7:30 pxa. Cotr Reheamal .............. 8:30 p.r "Family Worship" will be the subject this Sunday at 11 a.rm at ,the Salt Creek Baptist church. Family Week will be observe& at the church during May 5.12 and tfls message by Pastor C. H. Walth is designed to bring in- struction on how ,to begin and aintaln stimulating family de- votlonal time. The adult choir will sing. Sunday School classes begin at 9:45 a.m. The lesson for youth nd adults is taken from Psalm 32. Guest missionary, David Hei- ,bert will bring a re, port of mAs- slons in South Anferica at the 7:30 pn. service. Family llfe in Latin America is an interesting stu6y. The church is located on Salt Creek Road near the junction to Dallas on Coast highway 22. At- tend and elp make Family [Week a memorable time. The I Lord's Supper will be observed l in conn.cti,on with the 11 a.m. [ service SundaY. ., Current Ag Comments In [ III II} l [ L Mm Creek NeaL Corre 843-068 Mr. and Mrs. Amos Henton and family an4 her mother, Lou- isa McKibben were dinner guests April 21 of Mrs. Henton's sister, Mrs. Larry Igou of Albany. Lat- er in the day they all attended BY by Wayne Roberts Yaulll County Extension Agesst Recently we received a publi-]that could ,be sold at premium cation put out by the Pacific Po- ] prices and by so c9ing have Mr.the 50thand weddingMTs. R. Paulanniversaryschrouder°t wer and Light Co. whi0h contains  I>en able to expand and operate at St. Martin's Episcopal parish information of interest to the | ......... • /pronmmy. le KNOWS OI no state hall in Lebanon. residents of Yamhill county, as| ........ Mrs. Inez Trotter returned .. .. _, .... ,_ _, . In tile nation mat has so many well as Lrle whole SLtt OI ,.)t:- gon. This is an economic study producers and manufacturers of .home Saturday from a McMinn- ville hospital, after undergoing af the State of .Oregon by Herbert quality products in relation to major surgery the previous Tues- J. Soher, Economic Consultant! the population as in the state of day. Friends will be glad to from the State of California, who Oregon. learn she is making a rapid re- was hired .by the P-iflc Power  The following are some of his eovery. and Light Company to make a summary statementsi Mr. and Mrs. "Dick Rlgeway study of the state of Oregon and 1. Oregon has tremendous am- had as Sunday dinner guests, give is predictions as to the fu- ou.nts  pure water.which is vi. their mothers, Nina RidgWay ttre of our area:Mr. Sober  did a tally essential to population and and' Nellie" r0w' Later in the very fine job of studying the industrial growth, day Mrs. CroWe became ill and various aspects of our many in- 2. Oregon has a delightful cli- was taken by arrbulanc to the dustries and I would like to list mate -- it is free from snog and McMinnvilie hospital. At this some/of his summary an& con- depressive .umity. He knows time she is reported improved, clusions for you in this column, of no state that enjoys such a but will remain for several days If you have an opportunity to variety of climate, yet provides treatment• pick up a copy of the report, I such healthy and enjoyable liv- Mr. and Mrs. AI Thayer and think that you will find it very ability, family of Sheridan were Sunday well written and give you confl. 3. Oregon is a beautiful state callers at the Dick Ridgeway dence in the future of Oregon. with virtually every type of rec- home. Mr. Sober says that an evalua- reation desired. Mr. and` Mrs. Glen Beachy and tion of all of the information de ........ Grand Ronde were ..... I 4. Oregou aas an exceuem ne- family of veloped by him leals him to me w of highway ri] ir nnrl • ork ...... o--.--,----, ....... Wednesday callers at the Earl eonclusmn that Oregon will grow • _ ]river and ocean transportation Neal home• and prosper beyond expectations/facilitie s Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Atwood during the coming quarter-ten-[  anl other Paoifio 5. Ore an ............... enjoyed having his brother, Mr. tury, that such growth will re o thwe • " ]N r st states can offer elec- and Mrs. Cyrus Atwood of Area- quire careful planning and that ltri c power to industry at sub- ta, Calif., as their guests Mon- every effort should be made to stantially lower costs than can day. In the evening all were ddn- maintain and, improve the heal- be obtained elsewhere in the Un- nor guests at the Don Atwood thy business climate that has [ted States. home in Sheridan. existed since the state was first 6. Oregon citizens have ,one of M.R. Jole and his sister-in-law settled. He also states that Ore- he highest literacy rates in the Mrs. Ruth Nelson of California, gon is the quality sta. Because United States. were Saturday visitors at the Ot- of the distance to mass markets. 7. Ore.gon has vast amounts of to Trice home. its residents have produced and land to accomodate new and ex- Mr. and MTS. G,eorge Daley on- manufactured quality products panding populations, busine joyed having as Sunday after. and industry, noon guests, long time friends, 8. Oregon has the largest Mr. and Mrs. Neal Buchanon of i stands and best quality of tim- Junction City. ber in the nation• Mr. an6 Mrs. Oscar Lee and , 9. Oregon will benefit increas, girls of Willamina were recent ingly from w.<M products manu- callers at the Clyde Evers home• facture. Mrs. Ethel Neal and Loren 10. Oregon agriculturists will were Monday evening callers at I benefit from larger demand for the Earl Neal home• farm products concurrent with Kenny Berkey of Salem was a the raoid ro'wth of noDulation weekend guest at the Ira Evers in Oregon-and California. Sub- home, being here to attend the stantial areas ,of new farm land` fun=ral of his uncle, Oliver Ber- will develop by irrigation and key Friday afternoo,n. additional acreage ,will receive Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal and much needed supplemental wa- family attended church at New- ter. Farmers ,of the state will port Sund`ay, then were guests of raoidlv convert much of their[his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin present crops to higher dollar Beachy and family. During the afternoon the roup took advan yielding products as demand and t g " price dictate. . - i tage ofthe beautiful day and 11. Food processing will con. spent some time on the beach. tinue to grow. Salem will be- Mill Creek 4-H News come the nation's leading fruit The Clucking Gardiners and processing center, the Daily Feeders 4-H clubs met Mr. Soher goes on to list many Thursday evening at the school other points showing why he ,be- house, with the leaders, Mrs. lieves Oregon has a very bright Dick Rid,geway and Ira Rogers, future in the economy of the Un- for their regular meeting. Two [ted States and ends up by stat. new members, Jimmy and Dob- ing that "made in Oregon" sym- bolizes the best. The nation rec- bie Hubble joined the poultry ognies the quality of such Ore. and gardening club. The next gon products as Medford pears, meeting will be May 23 at Buell Blue Lake beans, Bumblebee sat-park when members and their mon, Tillamook 0heese and ma- families will meet for a picnic ny others. From this conclusion he anticipates that all in&tmtry supper. in Oregon will show increases in employment in the 1960 to 1970 decade• He believes that th,e mi- gration int Oregon from "other states, particularly from over- , crowded Calife,rnia, will be far [more than most Or,ggonians an- , tic[pate. ] I fee] that Mr. Soher's report l has interesting information for l ali pevpie. If you are able to obtain a cc,py of this booklet I !think you would fin'd it x:ary in- ]teresting reading. We have not been able to completely go thru 'it ourselves but have been quite intrigued by the things that he SAF00 DEP0Sff gleaned for his study predicting that Oregon has a very bright fu- ture in the n,txt 25 years. Barring accidents, ants may live four r five years. --_-- - -_- -_-_-_-_'---'_%-_---C ----.---------''-'-''' Chapman School News By H.Aen Good (Held Over From Last Week) Mrs. Gould 6th grade: Kathy Stanhope is moving to Mc2vIinn- ville. We had our Eastcr party Friday. Mrs. Henthorn, 7th grade: We are collecting our hobbies to show. We will give talks on them for language. Riohard Stanhope is leaving. We are studying India in social studies. Everyone is drawing pictures and, writing themes on Easter. Mr. Rose, 7th grade: Pat JoneS moved to Hopewell. In arith- metic, we are drawing diagrams and are learning how o find the base and altitude of and triangles. Mr. Brown, 8th'grade: We will be starting Oregon History. There are 15 algebra students in our room. We have finished the stu- d`y of flight in science and are now studying electricity. Mr. Brown has been doing eperl- merits for us on electricity. ,Mr. Stubbs and Mrs. Cruic  shank's 8th grade: Some stu- dents are taking algebra this six weeks. In art, we experimented with paint. We are starting Ore- gon History. For language, we are writing letters to all the ore- gon Counties to get iformation about each county. We are hav- ing a test in science on the chaP" ter, "Skin." Gives You Insuzcmce wqdch is It a guest or tradesma slips on your front walk falls on your stalin you m liable for damages. But Ib" lie liability insurance you full and complete p- teotian from ecey Judg- met And it is one of eheapmt lmts of nmulm to buy. let us ell you mo ahtmt It. Call 843-4764 LOlL IIAMSTREET • IISUR/!O__ THEY ALL TO THE RIGHT BI RIGHT TO OUP. , BANK DO you think Charlie can win a ribbon? That's what Joan Anderson, 4-H girl, is striving for: a blue ribbon for Charlie at the County Fair. 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