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1  r- - May 9, 2012 LMNC r Almanac sponsored by Albany Stoves Inc. Page 3 541-928-4986 J Sen4, Ore' Wood, Gas, | s,e 7 E Pellet Stoves I 1' 8: Service Sweeps Installations Inspections Temperatures Forecast High Low Precip May 1 59 39 .24 May2 52 38 .02 May3 59 40 .24 May 4 57 40 .17 May 5 50 38 .27 May 6 54 35 .00 May 7 67 33 .00 Lake Levels Precipitation to date: 34.83 May 11, 2011:26.44 Mostly sunny and partly cloudy. Highs in the 60s and 70s. Lows in the 40s. Weather information courtesy of the U.S. Corps of Engineers. Call 367-5132 for Updated stream flow information. Foster Reservoir: 616.1 - Green Peter: 1,009.88 Head of a Woman by Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, 1916 ,.,One evening,.. David arose from his bed and walked on the roof of the kin/s house. And from the roof he saw a woman bathing and the woman was very beautiful to behold. 2 iAMUEL 11:2 VOUR COMMUNITV Ii 70th From page 1 quipped. "Because liars go to hell." "They said their I dos till death do us part," he said. "And then they went apprehensively to her moth- er's house." They told her parents, he said. Her mother cried. Her father stood nearby muttering something about getting $60, going to the court- house and getting the marriage an- nulled. But he didn't, and the mar- riage stood. Six months later, Ed was draft- ed into the Army. He took part. in the invasion of Sicily, and he spent his time in Italy. He left behind a pregnant wife. When he returned, his 2-1/2 year old son, Bill, saw him for the first time. Nine months later, Den- nis was born, then Rick and Jerry over the next three years: Six years later, "my mom said to my dad, when you get older, you have a better chance of hav- ing a girl," Pastor McCartin said. Instead, they ended up with three more boys, Dean, Mark and Tim, over the next three years. After Jerry was born, Wanda's mother asked her mother-in-law to ask him to go to church, Pas- tor McCartin said. He wasn't the church-going type, but she figured he might listen to her. He did, and after listening to the sermon, he went forward to answer a call to be i Community Chapel Pastor Mark McCartin talks about his parents at the .Chapel during their 70th anniversary celebration Saturday afternoon. His father is visible on the overhead screen. i Movin : g? ; tl ' * ((, }8I'IIH{I/I it[ i , 9'-', ) ' :7 I. }(); -. 14(} Ed and Wanda McCartin, at the center, celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary, are joined by six of their seven sons. In front, from left, are Rick, Wanda, Ed, Dennis and Bill. In back are Dean, Mark and Jerry, who live in Sweet Home. Tim is not pictured. saved. "'God found me,'" Pastor McCartin quoted his father. "The whole family began going to church." The family spent a lot of time in church, and four years later Ed McCartin began attending a Bible school in Wisconsin. He received a license and became pastor at Hampden Community Church. When Mark McCartin was 8 years old, a doctor told his fa- ther he needed to move west for drier air. The family moved to New Mexico, staying there for a year before moving to California for work opportunities. The three youngest sons grew up in Southem California. Wanda worked for Hughes Aircraft, assembling and soldering parts and inspecting them, in Cali- fornia. Ed retired from a job selling paint for various products, such as cabinets and sheet metal. They moved to Sweet Home some 20 years ago, using it as a NEED A RIDE? TAKE THE BUS! Foster [ Sweet Home [ Lebanon I Albany Stops Include LBCC, Walmart & The Heritage Mall kinn Shuttle & Sweet Home Dial-A-Bus 541.367.4775 linnshuttle.com headquarters while taking trips east full time in Sweet Home for about to visit their sons. They have lived 14 years. II Monty From page 2 Brandon Jones, Haley Swanson, Eddy McCartin, Tierra Moore, Jeff Bennett, Ole Olson, Anna Chang, Cody, Cannon, Sierra Owen, Zane Jackson, David Skeen, Kyle Moore-McKay, Ryan Mann, Nicki Ailshire, Michael Connelly, Can- dalynn Johnson, Sarah McCartin, Joshua Pickett, Kristen Peterson and Lacy Carranza. The play will be held in the high school auditorium, 1641 Long St. Admission is $4 for adults and $2 for students and senior citizens. Free Pregnancy Tests [ 367-24471 X-'/ 1344 Main St. I V V Open Mon.& Wed. 12-5 i www.possiblypreg nant.org I SUNGLASSES SHOW