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November 30, 1978

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Couple repeats vows on Thanksgiving day The Rev. Mike Gaggra performed the 12 o'clock ceremony amid a hall decorated in Fail colors. The bride was given in marriage by Ben Meeks. Serving as maid of ADIN -The Community Hall here was the setting for the ceremony that united Ruth Phelps of Anderson and Dean Oilar of Redding in marriage on Thanksgiving Day. honor was the bride's daughter, Judy Phelps also of Anderson. Bestman duties were performed by Dewight Oilar of Anderson, nephew of the groom. Mary McMurtry provided accom- paniment for soloist Jackie Haury who sang "YOU Light Up My Life" and "When We Grow Too Old To Dream". A reception honoring the couple was held at the hall following the ceremony. Oilar is the son  Mrs. Jess Coe of McArthur and is employed by U.S. Plywood Champion. The bride is employed at Ben's Market. Special out-of-town guests includ- ed: Ray Bennette, Milton and Hi attar, all of Portland, Oregon; Mr. and Mrs. Kit Roth of North Bend, Oregon; Janet Trotter and children of Los Angeles; Don and Sally Landers of Los Angeles; Arvada Darnell of Paid Alto; Mrvell Webster and children of Wrangell, Alaska; Mr. and Mrs. Doug attar of Corning; Bill and Delores Devor, Charles Webb and Charles Woodcock all of Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Higdon of Paid Cedro; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Darnell of Prineville, Oregon; and Robert Phelps of Anderson. INTER MOUNTAIN NEWS NOVEMBER 30, 1978 SAGE AND SARA EVANS have found the bazaar work shop where the Presbyterian working on final plans for Saturday. IM News photo by Arlene Bartram. CP :UR erformed that unite ! Cassel in boughs, ivory wedding F 18 rit( the daugt of Fall Mr. and Mrs. Dean Oilar Gallery features Croce & Hartman REDDING - The Shasta College Art Bazaar offers holiday items BURNEY A wide variety of be offered at the annual Christmas Saturday, December 2 and handmade items, including pillows, Bazaar held by ladies of the Burney p.m. Gallery is featuring photographs by purses, bibs, Christmas decorations, Presbyterian Church. " ble will !, fromFrreStnowCrCeuntil andDecemberRObert 15.Hartman and crocheted and knitted items, will The bazaar will open at 10 a.m. on andhAneSPadCmlcakt:breads and the candles' lsJi '-- Of note in the exMbit are Hartman's e will J aerial shots. These photographs are white elephant booth. Eastern Star photographs are often taken from his S  ) za/ Two quilts, made by the J own plane, a Piper Club, as he 0 tan Church's Womens will be on sale as will sew simultaneously pilots it. J' " quilts. ' - The 1940's plane is stick guided, and olds ins tallation first be positioned. The,, ' A luncheon will be served' I tlartman continues to guide the plane, with a choice of tamale pie0t his knee wrapped around the stick, pot pie. Throughout the M! By: Norm Smith FALl, RIVER MILLS - Geraldine Schultz was installed as the Worthy Matron at the 54th Installation of the North Star on Chapter No. 450 Order of the Eastern Star on Sunday. N&'ember 19, at the IV'lasonic Temple. The Worthy Pairon is Richard Gandy lAlkcy, the Installing Marshals were I'ortia Reed and Fay Gilbert. The Installing Chaplain was Dorothy Mc(?ollum and the Installing Organist was Mary Lee Carr. The host and hostess were Helen David and Louie David. The escort was Deputy Grand Matron of 1979 \\;Vinona l,'i.her and Worthy Matrons and Patrotls of 1979. The Installing Matron was Con:fie Mortenson, Installing Pah'on, Andy freeing his hands to operate the canlera. Hartman is an art instructor at University of California, Berkeley, and primarily a painter. These photographs are the working basis of the land, sky and cloud imagery for which his paintings are best known. Croce is a professional photograph- er with a Southern California and San Francisco background who has chosen to establish a studio in the Redding area. His collection, often exp,'essmg a unique sense of nostalgia, is entitled, "Broken Promises and Other Photographs". The show includes black and white, and color works. It is .on view 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. and 7 to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday. and coffee will be available. Booths Club News... available for Republicans BURNEY The December 18 meeting of the Mt. Burney Council of Republican Women, Federated will be held at the home of Justine Berry, 909 Park Avenue, here. All members are urged to attend as this will be installation of officers for 1979 and the annual Christmas party. Potluck luncheon and gift ex- change will be held also. The meet- ing begins at 12 p.m. ,!!! Geraldine Schultz Special meeting with Rev. Lloyd Porter December 3rd-6th 7pm Each Night at the , Burney Rssembly of God Church This man has a special ministry in helping people receive the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. On Monday Evening a special film will be shown, Chc00rismc00tic Catholics Evergone is Welcome! JANUARY VOWS SET...Mr. and Mrs. Ernest O. Hawes of Alturas announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda, to Richard Wellemeyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Regil Wellemeyer of Fall River. Linda is a 1974 graduate of Modoc High School and Wellemeyer is a 1972 graduate of Fall River High School. The wedding is set for January 13, 1979 in Alturas. They plan to make their home in Fall River Mills. Fabric Emporium Country Club LOOKOUT -The Bieber Country Club met here at the home of Neva Hines for their November meeting. The house was beautifully decorated for Thanksgiving and Neva served a delicious English Plum Pudding from an old family recipe. Guesls Virgie Gaylord of McArthur and Teresa Townsend of Nubieber joined members Pearl Chambers, Barbara Dix, Leona Grigsby, Carrie Guttry, Mabel Hudson, Ella Keene, Marjorie Keene, Wilma Leonard, Louella Thompson and Marie Waish. The group signed get well cards for Grace Bunselmeier of Shingle- town and Ruby Vernon who was ill and unable to attend the meeting. The next meeting Will be the Club Christmas Party at the home of Mabel Hudson with a desert lunch- eon at 12:30. Members are reminded to bring an exchange gift of not more than $5 value. The hostess gift was won by Pearl Chambers and Canasta prizes went to Leona Grigsby and Marie Waish. Volcano Car BURNEY -Members of the Vol- cano Car Club will hold their regular monthly meeting on Sunday, Decem- ber 3 at the Sheriff's substation here. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. All members are Urged to attend as new officers will be elected. flea market REDD!NG - More than 5,@ shop annually at the ShaSU Sheriff's Posse Flea ) Pre-Christmas Sale. Held Redding Civic Auditorium, trades, crafts, and special I dising persons from all  Western United States. In special demonstrations are the public to observe, participate in. ' ., Rental for the concessionar this year is very reasonabl' demand for them is more other year. There are, how e' left and the usual procedure come, first served". Phone 241-5731 any Monday throt through December 1st. C 1% I BE GIN kRIUS -- J new mon [ relatiw Yhelt. Out tempo. 8- Febr int is ne( )Visation i,, nt lack c Marc] ' confer( tl items lUlture an DI H, No After Sales low prices Bulova/Citiz.e. n/Wylo r Black Hills Gold Jewelry Van Dell Jewelry Spidel Identification gral# Engraving while you wait Wh