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    Illinois Valley News, Thursday, March 23, 1950
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SELMA BAPTIST CHURCH
History From the
Rev. A nderson, P asto r
MASONS ENTERTAINED
Highway Commission Files
Church service a t 9 :30 a. m.
BY STAR TUESDAY EVE
Sunday School at 10:45 a. m.
W o m e n ’$ Missionary
Roman slaves built the Appian Junior H o m e n s Club
Young People at 7 p. m.
W estern S ta r C hapter No. 64
Way across the practically im pas­
Prayer M eeting Tuesday 8 p. m. sable m arshes to Rome a couple
The Junior Women’s club Guest Society Meets
O.E.S.
entertained M aster Masons
CAVE JUNCTION COMMUNITY Missionary Society 4th W ednesday
o
f
centuries
or
so
B.C.
and
helped
•''■8’ht
held
a
t
the
home
of
Doris
ait
the
Masonic
Hall in Kerby last
CHURCH
The Women's Missionary society
of each month.
Tuesday night. A fte r initiating
Rome to rest solidly on her seven Beauvais was a huge success, with
George H. Gray, Pastor
met on W ednesday, March 15, at three brothers, er— well, a fte r
hills.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
, tw enty members and
sixteen
the church, with the recently re initiating Pappy Beane, Ole Nas-
Morning Worship at 11 a. m
Oregon convicts built the first | guests present.
CATHOLIC CHURCH
organized
Redwood
circle
in sen and Mike Wells into a degree
A ttendance a t Sunday school
stretch
of
the
Columbia
highway
F ath er Kelly
A fter a short business meeting, charge of the very delicious lunch, unique in the experience of moat
across
w
hat
had
been
considered
was 122. Birthdays observed for
Cave Park Motel
witnesses, an excellent repast was
the impassable toe of Shell Rock members and their guests spent carried out in St. Patrick style.
Shirley
Sowell,
Jennie
Lou
2nd and 4th
Following the lunch hour
the rem ainder of the evening play-
m
ountain
a
few
years
“
B.C."
and
served
in the dining room. W ith
Sunday of each month.
C arothers and Sheila May Harms
proved that the vast pile of rubble lnK c«rds. Pinochle prices w ent to business m eeting was held and the possible exception of the above
12 o'clock noon
Rev. Gray took his text fo r the
would keep quiet and not kick the [ Caroline Covington and M artelle i many problems discussed and de three brothers, who appeared stu n ­
March 26— 8 a.m.— Holy Mass.
m orning from 1 P eter 2:9— “ But
cisions made. There will be no ned at the great honor bestowed
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ye are a chosen generation,
bazaar this year, the ladies decid upon them, everyone had a fine
royal priesthood, a holy nation, a -HURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
ing to try and raise money for time and the entertainm ent was a
The
old
Roman
built
his
road
Beelart
was
first
in
Chinese
LATTER DAY SAINTS
peculiar people; th a t ye should
th eir needs in other ways.
with tithes and taxes levied on checkers.
pronounced success.
(M
ormon)
show forth the praises of Him
The program s for the year will
Darlene
Loesch
held
the
lucky
conquered
people.
Oswald
West
The L atter Day Saints will have
who hath called you out of dark
be on the missionary theme, using
their Sunday School at 10:30 a.m. financed his construction with 1 num ber for the dcor prize.
H. E. U.
ness into His marvelous light.”
and studying m aterial from a dif
The
hostess
assisted
by
Virginia
$10,000
contributed
by
Simon
Mesdames Snyder and McDaniel it M a’s Grocery, three and a half Benson w ithout any duress other Steinier and Stella Piper served fe re n t field each month with its
The Home Extension U nit is
sang a duet— “ Sometime, Some miles south of Cave Junction.
than his vision of the fu tu re and delicious refreshm ents at q u a rte tte peculiar needs and problems. Mis holding a special m eeting March
w here.” Among those missed at
tables, with the club's colors of sionaries live very interesting lives 29 at the home of Mrs. Gladys
the public w elfare.
the service were the Mills, H arry CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH
Samuel Lancaster relates p art Rreen an<l gold and in the center and we like to hear about them England on the Caves highway.
SERVICES
and Minnie; Mrs. W atkins, Mrs
so th a t we may help in whatever
The m eeting will begin prom ptly
Sunday school 9:30-10:30 a. m. of the story in his chapter in the i,rra ngements of daffodils and
Ham ilton and Mrs. M yrtle Kelley
ways we can to help get the Gospel at 11 a.m., with a pot luck lunch
first
report
of
the
first
sta
te
high-
8reen
tapers.
Christian Science church ser
Among the new folks present w en
way engineer.
Oswald W est!
Guests w ere: Bety Doney, Joan out to those who have never heard served at noon.
Mrs. Robert Breckinridge ant’ /ices every Sunday at 11 a. m. at chuckles about his p art in the | Hulber, Sugie Perez, Jean Beard, about Christ.
Miss R. Douglas, the County
River’s Edge residence (E. O.
children of O’Brien, and Mrs. N J.-eene)
The program this month was Extension agent, will speak on
2 H miles south on the .h [*hway epic in 8 rem iniscent Adella Badden, Evelyn Budd,
B. Sullivan of Fresno, Cal. It was
vein.
Caroline Covington, Alice V ahren­ under the capable leadership of ‘Color Schemes for Rooms.”
good to have Paul Sherier and Redwood highway. All are wel-
L ancaster in his report tells wald, Martelle Lewis, M arguerite Mrs. Carothers, chairm an of pro­
ome.
Diane Morey home from collegt
th a t: “ It had been urges! that Beelart, P at Stem, Phyllis M urff, gram s, who put on such an in te r­
4-H CLUB ACTIVITIES
fo r the week-end.
Shell
Rock m ountain, in Hood Eddy Marshall, G eraldine Smith, esting afternoon with quite an
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Mrs. Nicholson, superintendent
The
Bridgeview
Pins
and
River county, was an impassable Darlene Loesch and Beverly Covey. exhibit of Chinese pictures, stories
Kerby, Oregon
of the prim ary departm ent ir
The next meeting will be held and souvenirs— an abacus, a broom Needles club m et on March 14 at
b a rrie r,” th at if man started
Rev. D. B. W antland, pastor
Sunday school is being g reatlj
tickling its toe the whole m ountain , at Je rry Rosenberg's home Friday, and an opium pipe which were the home of their leader, Mrs.
Sunday School, 10 a.m.
missed from her room, and thr
peculiarly unique.
Next mon*h Tracy Cross. When the girls a r­
would go into convulsions and ’ -4pril 7
M orning W orship, 11 a.m.
children are w anting to see hei
rived refreshm ents were served by
the subject will be Africa.
come w rithing down.
I
■ ■■
o—
Evangelistic Service, 7.30 p.m.
back again.
Lytabelle and Mia. Cross.
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West, bred a Democrat, believed lobs Daughters
W ednesday
evening,
Young
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A fter refreshm ents the girls
th
at
William
Jennings
Bryan
was
I
Redwood Grange
’eople’s Service (C .A .), 7:30 p.m.
THE ILLINOIS VALLEY
walked
to the Grange hall w here
Plan
Banquet
i man of tru th and wisdom, and
GOSPEL TABERNACLE
they worked on their dresses.
Attends
Joint
Meeting
Bryan
had
told
him
the
engineers
Bethel No. 36, Jobs D aughters,
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Rev. D elbert II. Burger, Pastor
Guest of the day was Mrs. Hos­
Redwood Grange made its o ffi­ kins. The next m eeting will be
Rev. H. H urley, Co-Pastor.
Preaching every Sunday morn- building the Panam a canal had held their regular meeting, Mon­
told
him
th
a
t
the
walls
of
the
day, March 20, a t the Masonic cial visit to Illinois Valley Grange held Tuesday, March 28.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
ng at 10:30, communion services
Sunday Worship 11 a m.
m m ediately follow ing at our Culebra cut would stop sliding hall. It was decided to have the Thursday, March 16, anil is to be
Sunday Evangelical service 7:45
:hurch house ju st south of J. S. when they had reached the “ angle “ Secret Father«” banquet S a tu r­ complimented on the num ber of
SCOUT AFFAIRS
day, March 25, a t 6:30 p.m. Plans members present and the excellent CUB
Thursday Young Peoples servict ledingfield’s residence on the cem- if repose.”
T hat w'as an angle entirely were also made foT a card party work put on by the officers.
■tery road. Everyone is cordially
and Bible study, 7:45 p. m.
The
Cub
Scout Pack No. 20 of
foreign to the disposition of the to be held Saturday, April 8, at
On Saturday, April 1, Illinois the Illinois Valley, will have its
A group of tabernacle folks are nvited.
hen governor, but it had a soot li­ the Masonic hall.
Valley Grange makes its official first pack m eeting under the new
working on a Sunday school pro­
ng sound; Simon Benson had the
Tickets are on sale and can be visit to Deer Creek Grange.
ILLINOIS
VALLEY
CHURCH
gram th at has set a high quota to
sponsorship of the P.T.A. Friday
f SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS 10,000 bucks which he was willing obtained by contacting any Jobs
These visits by the different it 7:30 p.m., March 31, a t the
be reached by E aster Sunday foi
or West to gamble with, and the Daughters, or can be purchased G ranges are scheduled by the
Elder, W ayne Scriven
attendance.
Kerby school gym. Lets everyone
Sabbath School ................. 9:30
penitentiary had a lot of convicts at the hall. Tables are being a r ­ S tate Grange and each subordin­
Captains have been appointed
.•«me out fo r a big evening.
Church service
........... lliOO with idle hands and no way to use
ranged for pinochle and canasta. ate G range is judged by the num ­
over certain age groups and ap­
P ra y e r m eeting W ednesday.
hem in constructive endeavor.
ber of officers ami members pre­
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pointed to hustle for new members.
So, W est took the 10,000 iron
sent and by the perform ance of
SEE US FOR
They have adopted the name of
nen donated by Mr. Benson, Belt Lodge Holds Meeting the work done by the visiting
Ï.S .R .G . AFFAIRS
H ustlers and have really been
licked out a forem an who had
Last S aturday’s m eeting of Grange.
hustling. Last Sunday’s number
Last Sunday the S.S.R.G. met
been handling “w orking gangs” at Belt Lodge No. 18 was both a
All members are urged to a t­
was 95, an increase of 9 over the for a social evening and enjoyed
he pen, selected convicts who surprise and a g reat pleasure to tend and support their G range in
previous Sunday.
w einer roast and games at the
vere eager for an outdoor vaca- the W.M., officers and members, this visit. There will be e n te rta in ­
We call atten tio n to the readers tome of-M rs. A. M. Carson, who
ion and sent them up to Shell , when, in spite of storm y w eather, ment and good eats, (takes are to
of this column th a t the tabernacle teld an E aster quiz and told the
SALES & SERVICE
nountain
to set up an “ H onor | delegations from Riddle, G rants be supplied by Illinois Valley
Sunday school bus runs every Sun­
aster story. There were 16 boys
RCA VICTOR AND CAPITOL
amp and prove B ryan’s stu ff Pass, Rogue River, Glendale and Grange.
day m orning and invitation is open
nd girls present.
-bout the angle of repose. When M yrtle Point were present and
All G rangers are urged not to
RECORDS
fo r anyone to use it’s facilities
Next Sunday the S.S.R.G. will
hey had set up the camp, West took active parts in the program forget the place and date: Deer
w ithout any charge, children or ta rt m eeting in the church base-
ent up another 25 men and they of the evening. There were, within Creek G range hall, Saturday, April
AL S RADIO SHOP
adults
alike.
The
following nent. Anyone interested in com
vent to work building a rock wall these delegations, representatives 1, at 8:00 p.m.
Cave
Junction Phone 4002
schedule fo r the bus run is foi ng is cordially invited to meet
>ut of the toe of the m ountain to of 21 lodges and 8 states. A total
your convenience:
with this group at 7:30 p.m.
eep its foot set where it ought of 86 brethren present made an
Don’t withhold your account
Would you like to know your
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8:30 a.m. the bus leaves, turns
o keep on setting.
alm
ost
capacity
house.
num
ber
from
your
employer.
Show
statu
s under Social Security?
up the Caves highway at Ju n c ­ Community Church Starts
W est confides that, as a great
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him your Social Security card, to­ W rite to the nearest field office
tion.
over of “ hosses” he recruited his
— Register To V ote! —
day.
fo r this inform ation.
8:50 a m. the bus leaves Caves feen-Age Class Drive
lonor Camp from am ong “ boss
highway ht Salvage Mill, turns
The Community church ha- thieves” who had been u n fortunate
to Holland.
started a drive to in terest mort in getting caught with the goods.
9:00 a.m. the bus reaches Holland
high school students in the Teen­ “The way I fig ured,” he says,
and tu rn s down Bridgeview Rd.
age Sunday school class. A rec- “any guy who loves a hoss enough
10 a.m. the bus tu rn s a t Bridge- teationa! progiam is planned, with
to steal it and go to jail has go'
view Road to Takilma.
skating parties and picnics, and it enough good in him to keen
' a.m. the bus reaches Takilma
is emphasized th at participation promise when he makes it.”
and retu rn s direct to tabernacle by a large num ber of teenagers is
dem onstrate his faith in his th»
via the Rockydale Road,
necessary to the p ro ject’s success. he loaned the camp a .22 rifl
unday evening Young People’s Ideas are welcomed from all the
and a box of shells to shoot ja c ’
ervice will have a special Flannel teen-age group.
rabbits, or other game, with whicl
G a; h Bible study which is color-
The Teen-age Sunday school to bolster up their larder and help
l i l and interesting for the young class m eets a t the Community
stretch the $10,000 over a longe'
pcop’e, to be presented by Mrs. church at 9:55 a.m. each Sunday, period.
L. Sullivant. This Y.P. service and everyone in this age group is
“ A nd,” W est boasts, “ we nailed
s ta rts a t 6:30 p.m. and regular most cordially welcomed.
down the m ountain w ithout dis
Evangelistic service continues at
urbing its angle of repose, and i
7 :30 p.m. All are welcome.
never lost a m an.”
And, th a t is the way the high- i
BRIDGEVIEW COMMUNITY
vay commission got started around 1
The closing service of the re
he “ impassable b a rrie r” of Shell 1
vival m eetings wa3 held last S un­
lock m ountain when, in the fall !
day evening. Rev. Peay of the
if 1912, as L ancaster records:
Apostolic B aptist tabernacle of
'All work had ceased, fo r seem-
Seattle, W ashington, has been the
ngly the Columbia highway had j
speaker.
io backers except a few ‘rosd I
I^ast Friday night a large bus
nthusiasts’,” until interest was |
load of friends from the Assembly
evived "through the splendid
of God church in G rants Pass were
enerosity” of Mr. Benson— the !
here. They presented several musi­
onvicts having licked the angle
cal num bers. An unusual incident
f repose.
was th a t there were three Rev­
In July, 1914, Hood River!
•ounty voted $75,000 in bonds,!
erend G rays present.
Last Sunday we had a good
•vbich were bought, incidentally,
attendance at all our services. We
>y Benson, and final construction j
w ere glad to welcome back
.vas started on the 4.5 mile« be-1
G randm a Pullen and Mrs. Blancett
ween W yeth and V iento Hill,
who have both been ill.
>etween whicji two points the “ im­
A call has been extended Rev.
passable b a rrie r” of Shell Rock '
Peay to pastor in this church.
nountain no longer stood.
Plans for special E aster services
. AFTER 21,852 MILES, this "Cold
sure tire with tread of 100% Cold
a :e progressing nicely.
Rubber" Gates Air-Float (E xira Low
Rubber.
With no more effort than a touch ol
Plans are being form ulated for your hand on a convenient lever,
Pressure) tire still has over 52% of
What Cold Rubber It
organization of a young people’s John Deere Hydraulic Powr-Trol raiaee,
its original tread left for additional
chorus. All young people of this lower«, and adjust« mounted tool« or
service. Mileage is more remarkable
“Cold” rubber is the remarkable
\ alley who are interested are in- ¿rawn implement« at your bidding—
because tire was run in severe low
new rublier processed at low temper*
vited to participate. First practice eliminate« reaching for lifting lever«,
ressure service on front wheel of
atures that now adds 30% to 40%
will be W ednesday night at
tugging on rope«, and ad)U«hng equip­
eavy car, and at high speed.
to tiro mileage. (See READER’S
Anyone wishing transportation ment by hand. Aik ui to tell you more
Gates Air-Float is first low-pres­
DIGEST, October, 1018— page 20)
about this lohn Deere feature.
please drop a card to Box 496.
A baptism al service is being
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held in G rants Pass by Rev. Peay
HUBBARD-WRAY CO.
this week.
Services for this week are Sun­ “ T h e F a r m e r ’ s S to r e S in c e 1 8 8 4
Liberal Trade-in Allowance On Y&ar Old Tiret
day school a t 10 a.m., preaching
6 1 8 E a s t H S t. — C r a n t t P a ts
a t 11 a m . and 8, and young
people's m eeting at 7 on Sunday
Hydraulic P O W R - T R O l
and prayer m eeting W ednesday at
7 :30 p.m.
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