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6 WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1999 / d OBITUARIES Billy Robert McMurry Billy Robert McMurry, 70of Chester, died Wednesday, July 14 in Chester. He moved to the Chester/Lake Almanor area in 1981 in Ontario, where he had resided for 18 years. Mr. McMurry was bom in Exeter Aug. 7, 1928. He began sailing as a merchant seaman at the age of 16 and continued in the trade for eight years, sailing to Japan, Alaska and transporting troops and supplies to Korea during the Korean conflict. He was a truck driver for 18 years, retiring from the Cal Milk Tanks in Pomona. He was a member of the Team- stets Union, an avid fisherman, and will be remembered as everyone's friend who considered himself as a stranger to no one. He enjoyed children and animals. Worship In The Church Of Your Choice This Week/ PAID ADVERTISEMENT Exeter Baptist Church (Southern Baptist) So Everyone Would Llelieve in Christ And Tell Others .Meeting at Exeter Woman'.s Club, 201 N. Kaweah 9 a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 WorshipChildren's Church; "6 p.m. Family "Talk Back" Bible Study; Wed. 6 p.m. Ministry Training Institute (at Pastors House, 510 Lenox)" Pastor Marc Unger • 592-6610 Family Worship Center (International Foursquare Church)160 N. Quince, Exeter" 592-4098. Pastor Don Boles Exeter Church of God Chestnut & H Streets, Exeter.Sunday Services 8:30 & 10 a.m. Phone 592-2631. Nursery, Toddler & 2, 3 & 4 year old care provided..Joel Hutchison, Sr. Pastor; L/nda Aubery, Children Pastor; Jan Urey, Youth Pastor; Bill Haynes, Senior's Pastor New Life Assembly Palm and B Street, Exeter • 592-2609 Sun. 9:30 Sunday Schoo 10:30 Worship, 6 p.m. Family Worship, Wed., 7p.m. Bible Study, Teen Workshop & Rainbows • Reverend Glen Stout Church of God 200 South G Street, Exeter.592-9200 Church Services: Sunday School 9:45; Morning Worship 11 a.m.; Wed. Bible Study 7p.m. • Pastor D. L. Mayabb Church of Christ 320 East Firebaugh, Exeter.592-2909 • Minister Ran Hull Exeter First Baptist Church Comer of Chestnut & E Exeter Office: 592-1012. Pastor: Johnny Carr Exeter Free Will Baptist Church 152 North G Street, Exeter • 592-7113 Trinity Lutheran Church.Little Lambs Preschool 420 Sequoia Dr., Exeter.592-4070 (Church).592-1935 (Preschool) • Rev. Marry Reed, Vacancy Pastor • Worship 8:45 a.m. United Methodist Church148 Noah D Street, Exeter.592-3861 • Reverend Mary McCollum First Southern Baptist 467 N. Gene, Farmersville.594-5740 • Pastor Paul Wilson . Exeter Seventh-Day Adventist Church 600 Lenox Ave., Exeter 592-2 464/7 404) l19.Larry Crane, Pastor First Presbyterian Church Corner of Maple & E Streets in Exeter 592-2367.Hsitors Welcome! Exeter Church of The Nazarene 400 West Visalia Rd, Exeter 592-2413(if no answer) 592-6005.RevEarnest Wren Survivors include his wife, Donna, Lake Almanor West; son Mark Alan McMurry, Lodi; daughter and son-in- law, Sandra Kay and Scott Gibson, Ontario; one granddaughter, JenniferAnn Gibson, ontario; one sister, Betty Ann Peele, Exeter. He was preceded in death by one brother. Services to celebrate his life were held Saturday, July 17 at the Lake Almanor West Boat Ramp. Interment will take place at a later date in the Chester District Cemetery. Remembrances may be made in his name to Sierra Hospice c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Crematory, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947. Arrangements were under the direc- tion of Fehrman Mortuary and Crema- tory, Quincy. Franldin J. Coale Services for Franklin J. Coale, 77 of Exeter, were held Tuesday, July 20 at the Exeter District Cemetery. Mr. Coale died July 17 in Exeter. He was bom in Ottawa County, Okla., reared in Springfield, Missouri, and attended schools there. He married Annie Mac Bennett in Reno, Nevada in 1947. They moved to the Exeter area in the early 1940s. He served in the Navy Air Carp during World War I1, and aRer the war returned to Exeter. He had worked for R.C. Gifford Shell Oil Dealership where he worked in the office as well as driving truck for the company for 50 years. Mrs. Coale passed away in 1993. He was a volunteer for the Exeter Fire Department and a member of the First Baptist Church of Exeter. He later married Grace Scott. Survivors inchde hiswife, Grace Scott Coale, Exeter;, two sons, Dewey Ustler, Visalia, Stephen Coale, Fresno; four daughters, Loda Gann, Visalia, Doffs Vacation Bible School at New Life Assembly of God The New life Assembly of God, lo- cated at the comer of Palm and B Street will be hosting a community Vacation Bible School Children's Rally next week, July 26 through July 30, 6:30 to 8 p.m. Children four to 12 years of age will learn God's word. There will be Ble stories, movies, games, crafts, puppets, and prizes. Gifts donated by the commu- nity wig be presented to the children each night. One of the gifts will be a bicycle ! Come and bring a friend and expect to have a great time! Weaver, Exeter, Mary Dillon, Visalia, Kay Gates, Exeter, 12 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren; three stepdaugh- ters, Judy Anderson, Norma Russell and Mary Louise Wright. Remembrances may be made to the American Cancer Society, 211 Noah Encina, Visalia 93291 or Hospice of Tu- late County, 900 West Oak Street, Visalia 93291. Arrangements were under the direc- tion of Smith Family Chapel, Exeter. Ann Tentsa Mass for Ann Terusa, 73 of Exeter, will be held today, Wednesday, July 21 at Sacred Heart Catholic... Church at 2 p.m. BurialwiU follow in the Exetercemetery. She died July 17. She was bom in Los Angeles, and grew up in the Los Angeles area. She married Frank Ray Terusa in LosAngeles on July 31,1948. They came to Exeter in 1974, where she worked as a custodian and cook for Exeter Union High School for a number of years. Prior to living in Exeter, she lived in the Reno, Nevada area and worked as a custodian for Reno Uni- fied Schools. Survivors include her husband, Frank Terusa, Exeter, four daughters, Paula Taylor, Big Creel Barbara Rupert, Esamdido, Laura Ruiz, Burbank, Sandra Hemandez, Reno, Nevada; one brother, James Eras, New Mexico; 11 grandchil- dren and two great-grandchildren; nu- merous nieces and nephews. Arrangements are under the direction of Smith Family Chal, Exeter. LET IT SHINE 10 free gifts 1. The Gift of Listening. But you must REALLY listen. No interrupt- ing, no daydreaming, no planning your response. Just listening. 2. The Gift of Affection. Be gen- erous with appropriate hugs, kisses, pats on the back and handholds. Let these small actions demonstrate the love you have for your family and friends. 3. The Gilt of Laughter. Clip cartoons. Share articles and funny sto- ries. Your gift will say, "I love to laugh with you." 4. The Gift of a Written Note. It can be a simple - "Thanks for the help" note or a full sonnet. A brief, handwritten note may be remembered for a lifetime, and may even changea life. 5. The Gift of a Compliment. A simple and sincere, "You look great in red," "You did a super job," or "That was a wonderful meal" can make someone's day. 6. The Gift of a Favor. Every day, go out of your way to do something kind. 7. The Gift of Solitude. There are times when we than to be left those times and give tude to others. 8. The sition. The easiest way I to extend a kind Really it's you." 9. The Gift folks hear is the all they see is dis your smile. 10. The Gift of Blessing of Goodbye. simple pra2 be blessed with a goodbye is your with them in Friends are a deed. The, make ear, they share they always want to Us. Show your you care. And thankS: friend. Joseph Ceil is n First A castle adventure at of God Vacation Bible The Church of God of Exeter invites children to a castle adventure set in merry old England, Aug. 2 through Aug. 8. "We have an exalting summer pro- gram planned for the children in our com- munity," said Rev. Linda Aubery of the Church of God of Exeter. 'ffhis summer we will be transforming the church into SonCastle Faire, where children will dis- cover the joy of using their talents to serve the King of kings. We will feature lively songs, skits, puppets, crafts, games, Ble studies and snacks - all of the things that make Vacation Ble School so popular with children and their parents, on top of that, we will be helping our kids discover Get The Exeter Sun Today! Priced from low $90s! The Craftsman Collection at Glennview in Exeter features 10 floor plans, charming architecture and great value. Pre-sales are now under way at this neighbor- hood by The Allen Group, based in Visalia but known for its quality homes throughout the West. 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