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Ordinati Held in at red Saturday Church A young man, who has been working as a deacon at the Sacred Heart Catholic parish in Othello since completing theology studies early this year, was ordained as a priest for the Diocese of Spokane last Saturday. Father Pedro Ramirez Alejoa, 28, was ordained Saturday at 11 a.m. in his native village of Juventino Rosas near Guanajuato, Mex- ico. The ordination was by Bishop Victorino Alvarez Tena, Bishop of Celaya, and Three-Church Bible hool Opens Aug. 19 held in the Santa Cruz Church. On Sunday at noon he celebrated a Mass of Thanks- giving in the same church. Father Ambrose Zenner OSB of Mt. Angel Abbey, St. Benedict, Ore., where Father Ramirez studied theology, preached the homily. Father Ramirez will cele- brate another Mass of Thanksgiving after returning to the Diocese, at Sacred Hearth Catholic Church here at 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 25, and will give his priestly blessing following his Mass. Father Ramirez is the son of Mrs. Natividad Alejos, widow of Vincente Ramirez who died in 1970. He was born in Juventino Rosas May 19, 1946, and attended the "Consti- tucion de 1857" Grade School in nearby Celaya, and the high FR. PEDRO RAMIREZ Vacation Bible School, on- school seminary in Cuer- theDioceseofSpokaneabouta der the co-spcnsorship of First navaca. Presbyterian, United Meth- After that he was enrolled year ago, and has been odist and Christian churches at the Escuela Militarizada workingas adeacon at Sacred will begin at9:30 a.m. Monday, Crostobal Colon in Cuernavaca Heart Parish in Spokane and Aug. 19. Classes will be held Morelos and then the Instituto Sacred Heart Parish in Othello each day of the week with Superior de Estudios Eclesia- since completing theology dismissal at 12:30 p.m. daily, ticos in Mexico City, before studies early this year. A closing program for transferring to Mt. Angel While pursuing his the- parents and friends will be Seminary in Oregon for ology studies, he took a year off to work with this Spanish- held at7 p.m. in the sanctuary theology studies. He joined speaking community in the of First Presbyterian Chruch, 41st Anniversary Aug. 23. State of Oregon, and he has The class schedule for churches involved include: -Kindergarten department for children entering and who have completed kindergarten at First Presbyterian church. -Primary department for children who have completed first and second grades at Christian church. -Middler department for were the CaroIMillers and the children who have completed Youngs' daughter, Mrs. grades three and four at First Richard Donley. Presbyterian church. Married July 31, 1933 in -Junior department for Flater, Mo., the Youngs came children who have completed to Othello in 1953 with fiRh and sixth grades at Terteling Construction Corn- United Methodist church, pany. He is semi-retired. Feted at Dinner Mary Kelley was hostess for a small dinner party last Wednesday evemng which marked the occasion of Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Youngs' 41st wedding anniversary. Celebrating the event with Mrs. Young and Mrs. Kelly also worked with the Cursillo movement, and in adult religious education. Youth Choir Slated Friday The "Win'Some Singers", a youth choir from Kenmore, will be presenting a concert at the Othello Assembly of God church at 8 p.m. this Friday, Aug. 9. Church officials reported that tile group of about 30 singers will be making the local appearance following a performance at Exp. '74 earlier in the week. The public is invited to attend with a free-will dona- tion planned. Members of the choir will be spending the night here prior to continuing their trip home, church officials noted. Northrup King Picnic Held Northrup King employees held their annual plant picnic Tuesday, July 30, at Lions Park. Good food and a relaxing time were had by 57 em- ployees of whom 52 were Basin residents. The five out-of-town guests included Jack Mings, Earl Wold, Bob Romig and son, all Minneapolis, Minn. and Bob Hadley, Boise, Ida. Committee for this year's event were Mr. and Mrs. Butch Johansen, Mr. and Mrs. Orval McDowell and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fraley. The Staff of Adams-Lincoln County Department of Social and Health Services invites you to a reception in honor of Mrs. Irene ,McMurray August 24, 1974 2 to 4 p.m. Ritzviile Golf Club House 2 P.M. SUN., AUG. 18 mu jR i oooeeooooooooooeooooooooeooooooooooeoooooooooeooooeo Saturday, Aug. 10 eoeeeeeeeooeeeooeeeoeoeeo o eeooo Grant County Grand Parade 10 A.M. Sat., Au& 17 ~e~ee~eee~e~.~ee~eeee~ee~ee~eeeee~e~e~ee~ee~e~ee~eee~e~ee~e~eeeeet~t~eee~e~e~eee. Thurs., Aug. 15 JOHNNY CARVER and the Paul Midas Show Group 3:30 P.M. MIDWAY FREE SHOW 9:00 P.M. RODEO ARENA Fri., Aug. 16 HAGER BROTHERS and Their Own Band 3:30 P.M. MIDWAY FREE SHOW 9:00 P.M. RODEO ARENA 5:30 P.M. SUNSET CLOGGERS of Provo, Utah ON THE MIDWAY .eeeee~ee~ee~e~t~t~~e~~e~ee~~e~e~e~e~~teeee~ee~ Sat., Aug. 17 ! BUDDY ALAN and the Ira Allen Show 2:00 P.M. MIDWAY FREE SHOW 6:30 P.M. MIDWAY l SUN., Aug. 18 CHURCH SERVICES 9:00 AM. Group Singers WED.-THURS-FRI., 12-6 P.M. RIDES 25 - 12 and UNDER ty Fairg III OLD HIGHWAY- EPHRATA -MOSES LAKE I II I I IIIII I II Prices Good Thurs Thru Sun. August 8th to 11th 80 E. Pine Othello Mens Girls Clearasii Wig Wag Worms Wrangler Boot Cut Jeans Ache Medication cream Pack of Four Sizes 29-38 Reg. $9.47 School Shoes 59cents 64 Cents Reg. 78 cents $7.99 Reg. 89 cents $8.89 Vitamin C Steelhead Mens Knit Flavored Rod Double Knit Bust out BlouSeJ 89 cents MPL5 Slacks Girls sizes 7 - 14 Reg. 1.79 $14.00 Reg. $15.99 Sizes 29 - 38 Reg. $7.99 2 for $7.00 $6.00 Yucca Dew Wenzel Mens Knit Poly-Knit Shampoo Pants 3 types Sleeping Bag Dress Shirts Girls sizes 7-14 I~ $1.17 3 lb. 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