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Kathleen Ramer- Daniel Mr.  Mrs. Daniel Condit t MCK ++] Send them back to school in smart and sturdy new shoes, at savings. We specialize in proper fit. Condit Wed Cheryl + Karhleen Ram*r, daughter of . and Mrs,.Joe Ruiner of N acla, and Daniel WilIard Condit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Condit of Naturita, were united in mar- riage July 12 in St. George Temple, St. George, Utah. For her wedding the bride chose a white Fcau de sole satin gown with long sleeves and matching chapel train, Her tull'e fingertip veil was held in place by atiara of seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of yellow clmatloas and white philodendrons. A reception was held July 13 at the L. D. Si C.hch in Notation. Attendants to the bride and groom at the re- caption were Miss Beverly Barnes w_ho wore a yellow street length A-.line ierae? dress and a corsage of orange roses. Bridesmaid was Miss Jayne I..aughlin of Monticelro, Utah. She wore an orchid whipped cream street length dress and n pink rosebud cor- q age. Flower girl was Loydens Man Condit,. sister of he groom. Wedding music w as by Sherrie Garrison and Linda Cooper. Joan Rash sang "The Lord's Prayer" and Clinton Booth sang -"Holy "Lhy Temple". The newlyweds are It home in Nucla until they r. turn to school this fall. FOOD made from crude oil may help sustain India's hungry mil- lions in the future, reports n Uni- versity of Southern California authority on petroleum engiMr- Eng. Research on extracting pro- teins from crude oils is being con- ducted in that country. BULK DELIVERY NEWS OF AREA SERVICEMEN Chl4 ltamt Officer Har- old H. Hitleaty, sO of Mrs. Marie Van Voothin of Nucla, is on dy at Tty Hoa AB, Vletmm. Mr, Hillelw, a eUlJy of" fleer, Is $aigaed ton unit of the Pciq Ale FhtC#s. Befae bin aivel In South- east ASII," he served-, at LanSIY AFfl. Vs. HI Hath, E&I 1.. Hil lettv, esldct(in Re;lv It. "  ]lvttm David F. giaioa, eo of Mr. and Mrs:- Floyd Kiahm, Nord, cam- pleted nlne weeks 'of ad- :vaaeed iahnp7 training July 1 2 at Ft..Polk, ,$, llis inat week of uaiaing was spent in guerrilla aram exercises. - Army Private Float Class Leander G- Russell 18,,son of Mr. and Mrs. LIFsh L. Russell, Naurha, was as- signed ]gly 12 to the 25th In- fantry Division neat Cu Chi, Vietnam. Arm?, Private First Class Richa:Td R. Kind.f21, son of Mr., an4 Mrs. Leonard L. Kinder, Reticle," a ant Slgad June 21 to the 4th In- fantry Division neat gonrum, V|emem. pvt Kind,r,, wife, Vtin, lives in Ntmlt. Engineman 3.C, William E. Eckman, son of Mr. and Mrs. W: B. Eckman of 2489 S. Broad+ way, and husban:: of the former Miss Alice F. Mussetter of Urn- van. is serving as part of River Assault Flotilla One in the Me- kong Delta in Vietnam. ltike A. James, son of Mr, and" Mrs. Jesse L. James of Nuela. was enlisted in the U.S, Marine Corps, on the 120-day delay program July 16 and will leave for boot training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, san Diego. Calif., Oct. 3. Jack Templetoa left July 20 for Norfolk, Vs.f where he is assigned  the USS Fro- natal1. He was accompanied to Grand Junction by his wife, Velma, and his mother and sisters,, MrsL John Tem- pleton, Elaine and Jane. AN ARTIFICIAL environment, complete with algae-covered rocks, darting minnows and sea- weed, is being used to study water pollution at Syracuse University. CHURCH SCHEDULE * GASOLINE , * OIL * PROPANE * DIESEL * GREASE Phone 865-2284 PLATEAU, INC. st/4 c Burner left July 9 for FtJlwia, Vashington, en mute m Vie*ram hee he is aselsned to the lot Infan- try Oiisinn. Aft hie bwslc training s t Fag Bliss, Te=aa, he eat to s Stock Control sad Account- in& School is Fr.lLe, Vs. OBITUARY JacLL K00'ns NATURITA -- Jack C. Kerns. 41. of Naturita died at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Eula Belle Mine following an apparent heart at- tack. He was a mechanic at the mine near Naturita. -PastO= SUNDAY: 9145 A.M. Kmdsy School Itt0 P.M. Ttataial,Ualen 1:$0 P.M. lvealal Wos'shp WmDNKSDAY 8:00 P.M. I]lble study d prsyer Meet/rig "rHI/RSDAY 3:00 P.M. Womam's Missionary 8oclety SAN MIGUEL PARISH fUnited Church of Christ) IIDVALE 9:30 Mog Worship 10:45 Church School MUCLA 9:45 Church School 11:00 Momlnl Worship P&RADOX "|150 Kvns qotshlp orge D. Jens-Mbalster Doulas Gsrland - Inmm AKMBLY OF OD NUCLA 1:45 A,M. - aundgT ll'chool I Ire0 A.M. - WomltP eerlee 1,4S P.M. - C. A. 4S P.M. - IeafiMp Set.vle Born May 7, t927, at Sqeca. gPV.AchIt w. tts #,t| P.M.. -+C.A, ,tad Pmr Neb., he grew up there, coming _ sse*Ic. ",. to Paonia in lg42 He lived there ,.s,t.t - a,v. ,.m ns*.U until six years ago when he Ova LADY OF IIORROWa CATHOLIC CHURCH went to work in Naturita. WUCL . Mr. Kerns married Katherine 1 l,ee a.. - s,,, .v. eaaea O. Bernard at Grand JuncUon PSwYReOTALwiC3"iOIej(TUPJTA  ]i on Oct. !3. Ig4S. She survives, e** s A.v. - sums s He was a member of the tttm A.v. - ,mm= w.a/p :$0 P.M. - King mp Nucla Moose Lodge. At one l.l,1imlla a tim he served in the maritime service. "rmmn Tm'r cmmcm 3WDAY Other survivors are two sons. .v.- II+ Jack Arthur and Terr Wayne. llm A..- m a te P.M, - TmJae both at home: a daughter, era, P. - Iv.ae a Donna Lynn. at home, and two a,. ;l;WaAtt*'tmatY sisters including Mrs. Doran  .v. - ,,,s, a Pottorf o! Naturita. ,ate p.,s. - a "T::