Illinois Valley news. (Cave City, Or.) 1937-current, June 22, 1950, Page 8, Image 8

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IL L IN O IS V A L L E Y NEWS
Thursday, Juna 22,
•LO CA LS’
(Continued from P»<« On«)
and Mrs. Shelley Glover and three
children from Glendale, Calif.
Episcopal Group Meeting
The Reverend and Mrs. Leslie
O unton met with the Episcopal
Group Friday evening in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Kohl-
scheen. Mr. Dunton appointed Mr.
! John Holm as auperintendant.
Mrs. Gloria Holm was elected sec-
i retary ,
Mrs.
Clara
Basham,
treasu rer. The next m eeting will
be Friday evening, in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Holm.
CH URCH
NOTES
C A V E J U N C T IO N C O M M U N IT Y
CHURCH
George H. Gray, Pastor
Sunday School a t 10 a. m.
M orning W orship at 11 a. m.
SS attendance was 135. B irth­
days observed for Mrs. Grace
E therton, and Eldon Sams. Cor­
sages were given to all fathers
from the Mills gardens, and in
o ther ways fath ers were given
stationed a t the Oak Knoll Naval special m ention.
Rev. Gray took for his text
hospital in Oakland.
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Gen. 1 :26— “ And God said, Let
H arry Holmes is back in town us make man in our image, a fte r
a fte r an eight day business trip our likeness,” and spoke on the
glory of fatherhood, making a plea
to Redding, Calif.
for men of character, wisdom, of
honest report and spirit filled,
such men so needed in our church­
es today.
Mrs. Seat and Mrs. Drews sang
as a du et “ U nder His W ings.” A
Groom your horse to enter the horse m onthly g ift of $10 was reported
for Rev. A. J. Vollin’s work with
gymkhana which is part of the entertainment
Village Missions.
Among other visitors were Mr.
planned for your pleasure.
and Mrs. Curnow of O’Brien, Mr.
Celebrate safely and sanely in your own and Mrs. Eendley, Mrs. D. H.
Preston and her guests; Mother
Valley among your friends. Wear sturdy cloth­ P iesto n and Mrs. E. H. Dennis of
ing. Bring the whole family from baby brother C alifornia; Mrs. Valla M urff, of
Bellflower, C alifornia, and a num­
Io great-great-grandad. Something for all.
ber of college folks home for
sum m er vacation.
All local music, talent, riders, concessions,
The evening service was in
charge of two stu d en ts of Pacific
games and refreshments.
Bible School of P o rtlan d . Mr
Edm und Burton and Mr. Raymond
A full program of events will be published
M endenhall, and was much enjoy­
in the NEWS next week.
ed by all present. Mr. Mendenhall
and Mrs. McDaniel sang a duet,
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“ Take up thy cross.”
The m onthly m eeting of the
M issionarly Society was held in
SPONSORED BY
the church parlors on W ednesdty
afternoon, with a business m eeting
which was followed by an hour or
more of skits, games and en ter­
tainm ent, with light refreshm ents
at the close. R eports were made
and plans for the sum m er meetings
discussed.
The "S ingspiration" at Bridge-
view brought out a record crowd,
with
some
unusual
features,
special music by the pastors of the
Valley, also by the wives of pas­
tors, some fine children’s chorus­
es by the Selma church folks, with
accom panim ents furnished by Mrs
Peap on the violin, Mrs. Cox with
her accordion and Mr. Owens with
his steel g u itar. The next “ Sing-
spiratio n ” is scheduled for the
W onder church.
A precision rebuilt motor installed in your car
The presence of Rev. Spence
Johnson and wife, soon to go as
today will save you money tomorrow!
missionaries to Jajian, who spoke
at Wonder in the m orning and at
Bridgeview at night added much
• Costs less than a major overhaul.
to the service.
The picnic last week on T hurs­
• Terms on approved loans.
day evening at the Burton home,
given by the ladies o f the Red­
wood circle, was well attended
• Written new-motor guarantee.
w ith between 30 and 10 present,
and with the usual delicious food.
• Loaner car at no extra cost.
A fte r supper on the lawn the
children had active games w hereas
the older folk retired to the living
rooms for some exciting relay
PRICES BELOW INCLUDE:
i aces, a spelling contest and a
guessing game of famous person­
Rebuilt Engine
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Oil
alities. with Edmund Burton c a r­
1 installation
rying off the prize with seven
Tune Up.
guesses. All voted for a repeat
perform ance with a bit w arm er
Exchange Price
w eather to be ordered.
The Town Circle m et last
week on Thursday with 11 ladies
present and one guest, Mrs Ruby
G ouff. A donation was made to­
wards a building fund, and bars
of soap are to be brought to be in-
eluded in a box of bandages to be
sent soon to a leper colony in the
Philippines. Mrs. Twyla Salvage
anil Mis. Goldie Sowell were host­
esses.
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W arran t O fficer Cecil P eart of
Oakland was in the Valley yester­
day (W ednesday) visiting his sis­
te r Mrs. J T. Heald. He was
accompanied by his fath er, John
P eart of G rants Pass. He also
called a t the NEWS office and ex­
changed reminiscences with the
edito r; they had not m et since
both attended Tulelake high school
in 193-1. Mr. P eart is presently
4 t h o f J u ly
VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
And
Foursquare Gospel
Tabernacle
Rev. Raymond L. Cox, Th.D.,
Rev. Shirley Cox; co-pastors.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Sunday W orship 11 a m.
Sunday Evangelical service 7.45.
Thursday Young Peoples service
and Bible study, 7 :45 p. m.
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
Preaching every Sunday m orn­
ing a t 10:30, communion services
immediately follow ing a t our
church house ju s t south of J. S.
Bedingfield’s residence on the cem ­
etery road. Everyone is cordially
invited.
S E L M A B A P T IS T C H U R C H
Rev. S. H. M. Staines.
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
Church Services, 11:00 a. m.
Young Peoples’ Meeting, 7 p. m. |
P ra y e r M eeting W ednesday, |
8 p. m.
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JUST D IP IT ...D R Y IT .. .
A P P LY IT !
A S S E M B LY O F GOD
Kerby, Oregon
Rev. D. B. W antland, pastor
Sunday School, 10 a.m.
M orning W orship, 11 a.m.
Time— all evening services—
7:45 D-S.T.
Sensational new m ethod fo r tilin g sm all areas
w ith o u t m u s s . . . w ith o u t fuss. Now you can buy
the K w ik-Tile H andy Pack— the am ount you need
— os you need it. Easy to apply . . . each du rable
K w ik-Tile has a backing of facto ry -a p p lie d cem ent.
A va ila b le in 16 b e a u tifu l, lustrous no -fad e colors.
Each H andy Pack contains 40 tiles (five sq. ft.).
W ednesday evening, Bible study J
and pray er meeting.
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C A V E J U N C T IO N C H U R C H
of S E V E N T H D A Y A D V E N T IS T S
P asto r— J. Apigian
Sabbath School ................. 9:30
Church service ....................lliOO
P ray er m eeting W ednesday.
Last Sabbath afternoon a group
of young people from the Ashland
church presented a musical sermon
entitled “ In The G arden.” Also
visiting were a num ber of families
from the W illiams, Oregon church.
Mr. A. M. Ereels will be guest
speaker a t the 11 o’clock service,
June 24.
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W here love reigns and God is real.
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