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Cost License Rites Slated Sunday Class Reunion Record Due Out Darkens Area A Eugene man, Eugene M. LaChance, 34, was fined $150 and had his driver&apos;s license suspended for 90 days follow- ing his conviction in Sheridan Municipal court on a charge of driving while under the in- fluence of intoxicating liquor. He was arrested west of the city by Sheridan officers, who said he was weaving across the center llne and nearly ran off the road several times before he could be stopped. Woman's Mother Dies Funeral sevices are pending at Hustad Funeral home inPort- land for Mrs. M. E. Bakke, mother of Mrs. Marion Latham of Sheridan. Mrs. Bakke died Tuesday night, July 14, in a Portland hospital. In Oregon... after a swim, beer 1s a In Corvallis Sherwood Event Members of the Phil Sher- idan Belles, the group of Sher- idan women who have done an outstanding Job of representing the community at area celebra- tions and events, are making plans to attend the Robin Hood Festival parade Saturday, July 25, in bnez'wood. In the parade, plans call for the Belles to travel the parade route In a 1929 Dodge touring car owned by Jim DeJong. Other upcoming events at- tracting Belle delegations will be the Newberg Berrlan Fes- tival parade Saturday, Aug. 1, in Newberg and the Astoria cel- ebration parade Saturday, Aug. 29. I MRS. ROBERT First Christian Church in Corvallis was the scene Sun- day, June 21, for the wedding of Miss Joyce Loraine Rogers and Robert Lee Beers. The On a hot summer day, a dip in a cool srxcam can be wonderfully bride is the daughter of Mr. refreshing. Equally refreshing when you're relaxing afterwards and Mrs. Ira C. Rogers, Sr. with friends is a hearty glass of beer. There's hardly another bev- of Rt. 1, Sheridan and the bride- groom's parents are Mr. and cragc around that suits what you do for fun as much as beer. Mrs. Thomas R.- Beers of Camping, hiking, or }ust lounging on a lawn chair-beer brings to Swisshome. Rev. George each iust the right touch of extra good living. Reeves performed the double LEE BEERS Mr. Rogers gave his daugh- ter in marriage. The bride wore a street-length dress of white brocade satin styledwith scoop neckline, three-quarter length sleeves and a full skirt. A French illusion veil was held In place with a tiara of seed pearls. The bride carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid. The bride's sister, Miss Rev. Ben Owen, associate pastor at Salem's First Bap- tist church, will bring the mes- sage at the 11:00 A.M. worship service at Salt Creek Baptist Church this Sunday, in the ab- sence of Pastor C. H. Walth. He is attending the 34th Gen- eral Conference of the North American Baptists at Sacra- menlo, Calif. The Men's Chorus, directed by Walter Schmitke, will sing a sacred selection. Contract Near Continued from Page 1 user's minimum rate. This means the minimum rate for association members will be $5 for water and not $10 as reported last week in the Sun. The cRy's 25 cent discount for bills paid by the 10th of the month also will apply to the new users. Members also will contract to repay their federal loan through monthly assessments accompanying their water bill. This has been figured at ap- proximately $5.07 per month. CRy officials pointed out that the association line can be turned off at any time an emergency arises in the city water distribution or when there is a shortage and the supply is needed to furnish res- idents with water. Distribution of the record Set At Buell made this spring by the Sheri- dan High School Band and Chorus Is slated to get under- Twentieth anniversary re- way to purchasers Monday,July union of the Willamina High 20. school class of 1944 will be held Sunday, June 19, at the Buell park and Grange hall, with festivities slated to get underway at 10:30 a.m. According to members of the committee organizing the event, all students attending Willamina High school in 1944 are invited to attend, as well as members of other classes at the school. Faculty members also are in- vited to renew old friendships. Serving on the committee are Duane Willis, Florence Blan- chard Ulrich, Bill Hurl, Smith Mitchell, George Stout and Chan Mendenhall. A potluck feast is planned, according to committee of- ficials, and coffee and soft drinks will be furnished. Those attending should bringtheir own table service. Teacher Named Mrs. Claudia Barber of Mon- mouth has been hired to teach the first and second grades at Ballston Grade school the com- ing year. She will make her home in Monmouth where her husband will attend Oregon College of E ducationo Belleu announced the record- ing will be delivered to pur- chasers by a group of band and chorus students, headed by Jerrun Crocker. Those who have made a down payment to- ward their purchase of the re- cording will complete their pay- ment when a student delivers the record. Total price is $3.50, he announced. Under the direction of Belleu, the band and chorus spent many hours in rehearsal before the record was cut. The records are being sold with no profit to the band and chorus. Sheridan and Wlllamina homes were without electricity for 30 minutes Tuesday after- noon as a fault in a high line shorted out the Portland Gen- eral Electric power. Amity was without service for 45 minutes on the same outage. According to Pearl Black- well, PGE manager intheSher- klan district, outages of this type occur rarely, generally coming only after hot weather followed by rain. He would not say where the fault occurred or what caused the outage. The main break in electricity came after lights in Sheridan had darkened twice and came back on in a few seconds Just before the half-hour mid-after- noon "blackout." J. Dillin 5 3 0 10 N. Agee 5 3 0 10 J. Lundholm 5 3 0 10 B. Wederquist 3 5 0 6 H. Burdg 3 5 0 6 B. Miller 3 5 0 6 EXTRA PROTECTION FOR HYPOID GEARS RPM Multi-Service Gear Lubricant guards against pitting and scoring, keeps gears working smoothly and quietly in severest operating conditions. Specially compounded to resist deterioration, it main- Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that ring ceremony. Elaine Rogers of Sheridan, was tains its protective qualities for long periods.., even we live in a land of personM freedom-and that our right to enioy maid of honor. Miss Susan SECOND FLIGHT at high temperatures and extreme pressure Recom- beer and ale, if we so desire, is }ust one, but an important one, of Beers, sister of the bride- mended for hypoid and many other those @ of Amity were the bridesmaids. B. Hays 60012 types of gear boxes. #", personal freedoms, groom, and Miss Sharon Smith L. Schroeder 0 I0 In goes dresses of blue brocaded satin, W. Oglevie 3 45 0 6  ,, ,, with fun, with relaxation They wore street-length sheath E. Hellinger 4 0 8 iiii For any Standard Oil product, call   ] UNITED STATES BREWERS A}CIATION. INC. and each carried a single long- J. Chrisman 2 5 0 4 i!i!ii I KEN GRAHAM q stemmed white rosebud. F. Hulett 2 6 ' 0 4 ii 24l S.W. Railroad  Best man was Rtchard Beers, , 8 6 2 "  brother of the groom. Dennis THIRD FLIGHT , 43- 17 ., Rogers, brother of the bride, ::::::.::::::?:::::::::::: ::::::::::::*<...:.:::::',. hevrolet dealers sell more .................................................. * ............. ........................... -- C : ..-..:- :,:::::::.;::.::.:.:.-..:-++.b.:,:.:,:.:.:O, <:...:+.  ............ :..:-:.:-:::.:.::"" . and GRry Bernhardt of Swiss-- D. Bockes 1 ....................................... :::*::::,*:,,:::::::::::::::::*::,& home were ushers. D. Yoder 9 4 0 18 cars than anybody Because they sell great cars .... .,,--...'....:;:: .,.:: . Chevy 17 Nova Sport Coupe Debbie and Connie Coleman of McM1nnville, cousins of the bride, lighted the tapers. Before the ceremony Carol Bissell of Dallas sang 'Because" and after the cere- mony she sang 'Now Thank We All Our God". During the ceremony, Elaine Rogers sang "The Wedding Prayer". Mrs. Mina Mitchell of CorvalLis was organist. The reception was In the church hail Mrs. Herbert Coleman, aunt of the bride, cut and served the wedding cake assisted by Mrs. Geary McCleLlen of Portland. Mrs. Henry Abdarhalden of Port Orford, another aunt of the bride, poured and Mrs. Charles Rogers, sister-in-law of the bride served the punch. Miss Becky Coleman of Mc- Minnvflle passed the guest book. Miss Lynn Yoder of Dallas and Miss Carol Quakenbush of Portland took charge of the gifts. For the wedding trip to southern Oregon, the bride wore a white wool sult wRh orchid accessories and the orchid corsage from her bridal bou- quet. The couple will be at home in Swisshome for the summer then will return to Corvallis where Joyce will be doing her practice teaching at Corvallis High schoolfallterm. INSURANCE THAT o,vts You ...............  ................................... :;ZT. ii .... " i. .......... :" " :::::::.::::h:!:::!::;:;:;!!:;::;:`..!::.:?4:1:..[:.?!:i:! Eii[!i!:!:i'){:i::!:i:!::)::::::)i::::i.:!::!:::. 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