Illinois Valley news. (Cave City, Or.) 1937-current, April 14, 1949, Image 6

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    Illinois Valley
CH URCH
N O TES
C O M M U N IT Y C H U R C H
TO H O L D E A S T E R S E R V IC E S
man and woman in E aster finery, I _____
but ra th e r on this, the L ord’s Day, ptA -------
worship a resurrected, living
C hrist. Many have expressed re ­
grets a t not being able to attend
church on E aster because they
didn’t have proper clothes. W e
hope these friends will count this
as a special invitation to worship
with us. Come in overalls and
house dresses, w hatever you have, i
but COME
“ I was glad when they said un- I
to me, let us go into the House of
the Lord.”
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Sunday School atten d an ce was
165. Birthdays observed for Mol­
lie George, Becky Freem an, Myr-
na Gibbons, Alice Burton, M ar­
g a re t Nelson, and George Bell.
Visitors were, Mr and Mrs. W. F.
White and family of Long Beach,
Itev. and Mrs. F. W. Hopkins of
C H U R C H O F C H R IS T
G rants Pass. The Jam es Reed
boys contributed $5 to the building
The Church of Christ of Cave
fund.
Junction laid the foundation fo r a
E aster Sunday, a sunrise service small church last Saturday situ a t­
will be held on the hill north of ed ori the cem etery road on the J.
the Proctor place, about one mile S. Bedingfield property, and it is
up Caves highway a t 6:15.
hoped to have it finished in about
Rev. H opkins’ m orning service, six weeks to hold their services.
“ The Timelessness of the Teach­
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ings o f Jesu s.” Mrs John Dow
sang “ The C hrist of the Cross.” 1948 Auto Accidents
All J..me High
The Town Circle m et at the
One out of every six holders of
church and plans were arranged an Oregon driver's license was in­
for a cooked food sale next S a tu r­ volved in a tra ffic accident last
day, at 10 a. m. The O ’Brien Circle year, the secretary of state's tr a f ­
was largely attended and a shower fic safety division said recently.
given for Mary Burton. Next
Statew ide records show 127,768
Wednesday, April 20 at 10 a. m. drivers were involved in accidents
Missionary Society m eets with the during 1948, 9,171 more than d u r­
1 own Circle in charge of the din­ ing the first postw ar year of 1916
ner.
and an all-tim e high. Over half
E aster m orning services will were guilty of a tra ffic law viola­
have special music and Sunday tion a t the time of the mishap, the
School will have a program with record reveals.
the Boy’s Chorus singing "T he Old
Most of the accidents drivers
Rugged Cross.”
were Oregon residents with six
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years or more driving experience.
K E R B Y A S S E M B LY O F GOD
TO H O L D E A S T E R S E R V IC E S
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O Brien News Notes
E aster Sunday at 10 a. m., the
following program will be p resent­
By Ruby Thompson
ed at the Assembly of God:
B ert Love is in C alifornia on a
Recitations, Beginners, Prim ary
business trip.
Classes and Juniors
“ A Voice in the G arden”, E aster
Patricia George and Ida May
Pageant, participating:
Stowe
are the latest measles cas­
Time, LeGeane Brown
ualties.
Mary, Kathryn Phillips
Greed, Charles M archant
Mrs. J. B. Galland, gives a class
Confusion, K athryn Phillips
every week in musical apprecia­
Alice, Stella Freel
tion to the school children. She
Joyce, V alerie Fuller
plays selections from famous com­
John, Keith Crawley
posers, telling of the m eaning of
Peace, Virginia Fuller
Youth, Chuck Jam es, J e rry Fitz- the composition and teaching them
gerald, W ayne Howard, Ray their names. The children enjoy
the classes and look forw ard to
L orraine Baldozier
them.
A nnouncer, Iva Crawley
Piano, Mrs. W antland.
In celebrating E aster, so many
S m a rt L o o kin g C o lla r
An im p o rta n t d e ta il in m a k in g
have lost the real m eaning of this
special day. Let us all tu rn from collars w ith a professional look is
m aking it an occasion fo r new to tr im the seam to a q u a rte r-in c h
and c lip o il the corners a fte r
clothes, dressing and the outw ard s titc h in g around the edge.
Announcement
D R . T. W IN S T O N S M IT H
Optometrist
For the convenience of his many friends in the Val­
ley an office w i l l be maintained in the Martin Cloth­
ing Store bldg., every Thursday 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Attend church service with your family and friends.
The doors of the church are open to welcome you within,
embrace you on this glorious day in sacred worship of
His Resurrection. You, your family, your friends will
enjoy the beauty and magnificence of the service
the feeling of good will derived from the significance of
Easter. Come to Church this Easter Sunday.
Appointments can be made now for Thursday, April
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21 and April 28, at Dave White’s Drug Store
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