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KOSEUUUC NEWS-KLV1EW. KUSEUUKC. OKECON SATURDAY. JUNE 28, 1930.
1 SOCIETY 1 1
By DOROTHY DIRKS ,
All Contribution to thl Paga Society, Women's Clubs, and
Porionale Should Be Telephoned to tbe Society
Kdlior br Friday of Each Week.
N
liXT week mil will sue a large
number of Roseburg folks leav-
tor the mounialns and the sea
snore to spend the fourth of July
vacations, . .Many interesting and
Uelhihtiul trips, are being planned
bySocal people, and the vacation
promises to lie llioroiiKhly enjoy-
bic.
r A lovely affair in club circles
""Vas the enlei lainnieul of the Eu
niene daughters of the Nile club on
("Tuesday afternoon by the local
"""Daughters of, Ihe Nile iludoura,
luu. A luncheon at llolel Utnp
riua followed by an afternoon of
"bridge at the Woniun's club build,
iiig was arranged Mr the pleasure
"Col the visiting ladles.
- Mrs. F. T. nUW'hliter of Indian
3polla, Iniliaun, nailonully known
worker In W. C. T. U. and women's
""clubs, house guest at the home of
JH!.Mr. a'L'l l1'8- A- c- Marsters, has
hfen Hie inspiration lor several
T"pleasurable affairs, ami hns been
Ji delightful speaker at several club
functions.
. Among the ' June; weddings , to
""create, much Interest III local cir
"ele's was that of Miss Margaret
Elizabeth Brown of New Haven,
Connecticut to Hall Seely, son of
"Dr. :4nd Mrs.- A. C. Heely of thiB
Ucltft -graduate of Yale university
nund now a Bludent in Harvard
-Medicul school, which was solemn
""Ized on Tuesday of this week In
Mthe Congregational church In
" I'lantsville. '..
LSdies' Monthly Golf
FJizes Awarded Thursday
"""at Country Llub
. Monthly prises lor ladles holding
'-"the lowest score In golf were
"awarded on Thursday at the regu
lar weekly goll tournament of the
"ladles of the Country club.: Mrs.
""J'hfVHki'lh was Ihe winner In the
jlrst flight, Mrs. Lcou McCllntock
inrlie second flight and Mrs. 'IV CI.
""Watson In the third. Mrs. Phil
CDlurlh also held Ihe low score for
:-m Ihe day. Eight ladlos were on the
i.TVoll' Units, besides Ihe prize wlu-
SieJ's those present being Mrs. J. A.
larding, Mrs. J. M, Juild, Mrs.!Uuy
Cordon, Mrs. Harry Stearns and
MrS.-W. E. Ott. " '-' "
:v" A business nieetlng was held lit
Silo iuucu hour In Ihe club
jnliouse.1 A party to bo given for the
'-"ladles and their husbands was dis
"CUBsed but not definitely planned.
Two tables of bridge were In play
-'-in the afternoon, Mis. A. CI. Suth
erland scoring first und Mid. Sam
iiShoemaker placing second.
The other players were .Mrs. T.
Ji. Watson, Mrs. Leon McCllntock,
.Mrs. Harry Stearns, Mrs. W. K.
r-Ott, Mrs. Horace Berg and Mrs.
r"Woodley Stephenson.
jjYoncalla Embroidery Club '
--Entertained Wednesday
. Urs. Myrtle Applegate emerluln
iecUhe niembers of the Yonialln
Embroidery club, ut her home in
Scotta Valley Wednesday ufler
uoon. A very pleasant hour was
aspent, following which n delicious
-"lunch was served lo the following
"-"members, Mrs. l.uiher Duugherty,
TUMI'S, tieorge Edes, Mrs. Opal Kelso,
.Mrs. Maude Applegate, Mrs. Lloyd
-"-Wise, Mrs. Raphael Wise, Mrs.
Theresa Leach, Mrs. Uernice Olo
ver, Mrs. Edllli Thompson, und
-Mrs. .Myrtle Applegate.
o
-Miss Helen Hewitt
Guest of Honor at
Dinner at Brands'
Miss Helen llewill,' uttraiilve
bride-elect wiiose inarria!;e lo Ivan
-S. llrosl is a coining event, was Ihe
""guest or honor lit a seven o'clock
-"dinner given on Monday evening of
tlils week at llralld's llarbecue by
Ihe officers of Ihe Eastern Star
lnilge. The decorative enlois of
pink and while were inilKtliiilly
canied out with riuweiH and lal
..c;tlldles.
Covers were liild for Ihe honor
guesl, Miss llewill. Mis. It. 11. Wll
r"llains, Miss Ethel Webb, Mi's. Klla
Lennox. Mis. V. .1. Mln'lll, ,Mrs. I'.
(;. Kerrii'l'. .Mrs. K. A. I'elley, Mrs.
-f Frances l.lllloll. Mis. Leila Willi
Tlierly, Mis. liorence llereher. Miss
Tl'eaii Jones, Mis. (1. C. linlay. Mis.
.Cuy Cordon. Mrs. I.ee Council)',
-toMIss Maignret llewill.
At Hie close of dinner an In
formal hour was spent at Ihe home
iif .Miss llenln. where she was pre
.sented H lovely erystal eul glass
bowl with candlesticks to match.
ElLady Elks Hoid "'
ZILast Party of Season
on Thursday Evening
r The last monthly parly of the
Lady Elks prior lo llielr adjouin
"" mvnt for Ihe suniiinr months, was
Zheld on Tliiirsday evening. June U6.
lll the Elks lemple. Sweet peas
and other gmden flowers were
"used lu the rooms.
"3 Klve lables of bridge were In
.play dlliillK the evening. I'lii'S
.wen- won liy Mrs. Lee Wells, firsl.
and Mrs. W. A. Stephenson, sec-
ond.
2 liefreshini'iits were ferved at h
lute hour by the committee in
charge.
Arrangements for the nif.iir
were made hv a roiniiiMite of Mrs
'iL'wl Croeii. Mrs. Iloldie Lruuu and
Mr. E. .1. I'aylon.
Tho Ijnly Elks will resume their
rcsulur meetings lu Seuteuiber.
Program Given by
Tri-Square Class
Well Attended
The "iii-Squure" class of the
Flapttsl ' enuixii ' enierlulned on
Tuesday evening of this week in
tho church with a deliglilful pro
gram, which included musical num
bers by Miss Lucille Shoun, Miss
Clnrahclle Olson, Mrs. Edward I'er
rli, Mrs. Hugh Whipple and Mrs.
Archie Taylor; a reading by Miss
.r.iia mae morris, ami a one-aci
play, "The Flower Shop," cast for
which whs composed of- Mrs. Alba
Spaugh, Mrs. N. Nelson, Mis
Froilk Lady, Mrs. N. Audinleft and
Mis. F. Stuffnnson.- Clorgeous flow
erB were use about the stage In
an unusuully effective decorative
effecl. ...
Following the entertainment
punch was served to the large num
ber present, Mrs. (Irant Oshorue
presiding at the punch bowl.
The proceeds of Ihe evening
were used to help pay for Ihe new
song books for Ihe church which
the class Is purchasing.
ft
Pleasant Affair
i I I : m ::i.
Given at Stephenson Home
Mr. iinl Mm. W'oodley Slephfii
son HiiHimed A pleasant affair
when they entcrtnftied with a cl in
ner followed with un ufternoon of
bridge ul their liome on Souih
Main Btrcct, in compliinetit to-Mrs.
J. 0. Powell of CeiUiuli, .VnHlilnK
ton, 1ioub6 guest lit their 'home .
. Mrs. U- A. SUiiiuoiih Avon high
score for briUe anioiiK the ladies.
wtilln lluifli VVhlimln scored liinh-
J est amoiiK the men.
liuesiH enieriitineii were :iih.
Powell, the guest of honor, Joseph
A. Itenn, Mi8. 10. A. PoU MIms Kva
Uice, Car) Itlack, Mr. and Mru. II.
O. SI earn h. Mr. mid Mrs. Henry A
SliuiuoiiH and Mr. und Mru. JJugh
Whipple.
Mrs. Powell lefL Tui'Silay for
( llrldges hefore returning to, her
home in Centrallu. !
Pj-esbyterian Church
Ffolds Picnic Tuesday
in Canyonville
Ohservlng the wedding unnlver
arles of several- eouplt's in 'Ihe
church, a picnic was held on Tues
day of this week at the ('anyon
Auto camp in Cnnyouvllle by the
members uf the Presbyterian
church. Couples celebrating t holt
anniversaries were Mr. and Mrs
L. C. Kershner, Mr. and Mir. C. W.
Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. h. L. llodle, Mr.
and Airs. William Foul nud Jtev.
and Mrs. Alexander Mutrden.
A most enjoyuhle day was npent
by the one hundred church mem
bers present, l.unch was served in
the grove nt noon. The swlminltip
pool was much patronized, espe
chilly by the younger folks, and
horse shoes were also notmlar.
The gathering was very successful
nnd was closed with a big tfiiig
PhuiR are bflng uinda by Ihe
churuh members to hold these pic
nics often during tbe summer
months.
Summer Days Bring
All-White Evening Gown
Tbe iiivelan inriuetuc is loiluw-
td fu the all-white ch'lion t'veninL
gown pictured uboMv lollouin::
the ftKUie in m turvrd line the
dress emlB with a short Unit: at
the buck.
i wi" in in ii v i iijisjij u y 1 'AUSj
is f s! l! fji' rj
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M-ttMts-'sWi.s.ii . sftnnKtMMt,,,-!
Connecticut Bride
IS W A
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Miss Margaret lOli.abetli Drown,
to whom Hull Keely, son of I Jr. and
Mrs. A. Heely of this city, was
married on Tuesday of this week.
Connecticut Girl
Becomes Bride of
Hall Seely on Tuesday
A wedding of much Interest to
Roseburg circles was that of
Miss Margaret Kllzaheth Drown, of
New Haven, Connecticut, to Hall
Seely, son of I Jr. and Mrs. A. C.
Seely of this city, which was sol
emnized on Tuesday, June 24, in a
formal ceremony at eight o'clock in
the Congregational church - at
Plantsville, with Rev. Albert Jo
seph McCartnel, JJ. iX, pastor of
ihe Church of the Covenant, Wash
ington I). C, a friend of the bride's
family, officiating.
The maid of honor was Miss
Velma llrown, sister of Ihe bride,
i ml bridesmaids were three col
lege cluflsmales of the bride.
William Pulton Jr., who graduat
ed from Vale 'university in the
class with Mr. Seely, was the best
man.
; The ceremony at the Plantsville
church was followed by a reception
at "Old Homt' Plantsville, the
residence of the bride's graudpat
oiiiH, the late Mr. and Mrs. Lucab
Curler ('lark.
The bride Is the duughter of Mr.
and Mrs., Harold Booth Wyman, of
New Haven, Connecticut. She at
tended the .Choate , school', at
Brookline, 11asnHchusetts, and was
a member of tho graduating class
this month at Smith college, North
urn p ton, Massachusetts.
Mr. Seely is a graduate of the
Roseburg nigh school in Ihe class
of 1025. and graduated from Yale
univpralty In 1029. He Is now at
tending the Harvard University
Medical school.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Seely left for Unse
hurg Immediately following Ihe
ceremony, and are expected to ar
rive in this city in a week or so
possibly by the Fourth of July.
After their visit here they will
make their home in Brookline.
Massachusetts.
3
Mrs. Butner Is Hostess
at Dinner Monday
Honoring Mrs. McWhirter
Mrs. Foster Butner was hostess
on 'Monday evening of this week
at a prettily appointed dinner at
her home in West iioseburg. in
compliment to Mrs. F. T. McWhirt
er of Indianapolis, Indiana, house
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mar
store. Sweet peas in pastel shades
were used throughout the rooms.
Those enjoying the hospitality of
the hostess were, besides Mrs. Mc
Whirter, Ihe honor guest, Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Marsters and daugh
ter, Miss Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. A.
i Marsters and grandson, Craig,
from Aberdeen, Washington.
Miss I ranees 1! ut nor and Miss
Dorothy Marsters assisted at the
serving.
&
Garden Party Tuesday
at Hughes Home
Is Delightful Affair
The lovely flower garden of the
Washington Hughts home on the
banks of the Vmpqua river was
the scene of one of the most de
lightful affairs of the week on
'uesday afternoon, when Mrs.
lluitbes and Mrs. Dnve Morgan en
tertained jointly with a garden
parly, arranging several tables or
bridge for tbe enjoyment of t he
guests.
At lea hour luncheon was serv
ed by the hostesses at small tables
ill shady nooks of the garden.
Those enjoying tbe hospitality of
the hostesses Included Mrs. Harry
Stapleton. Mrs. J. F. Parker. Mrs.
li. Broadway. Mrs. T. P. itden.
Mrs. Arthur Baum. Mrs. T. M.
Ness. Mrs. K. B. Stewart, Mrs.
Foxier Butner. Mrs. tllenn Wim
berly, Mrs. W. B. Strawn. Mrs.
HanJe W. Booth. Mrs. S. A. San
ford. Mrs. A. A. liichmd. Mrs. A.
K. Kent. Mrs. S. 1.. Kidder and
Mrs W. Pv. Brown.
Belle View CIul
Holds Annual Picnic
The niimml picnic of Ihe Blle
Yfew elub vs held on Monday,
June in the beautiful grove he
tiinulhK lo Mr. ami Mn Pltner
Berkley on the Dlxouville rood.
A hirge number of nieinlien
were In Miemlance, enjoxini: tbe
picnic lunch at mum and the
Mitoris of the d:iv. Mr. ind Mrs.
j ivev '-tlm , f ov""1'1 Ve- vbm
(f-ldent .. were tbe honor quests :t
the picnic. Mr. Arthur pave an
address, and the I.ov elate chil
divu amused with recitutiuua.
Eugene D. of N. Club
Entertained Tuesday
by D. of N. Badoura Club
Among the outstanding social
events of the season was the en
tertainment arranged for the Eu
gene Daughters of the Nile club
on Tuesday, June 24, by the Rose
burg Daughters of the Nile Ba
doura club.
A one o'clock luncheon was serv
ed at Hotel Umpqua at a table
beauttrully appointed with a huge
howl of lavender sweet peas in
the center and baskets of sweet
peas In the same color at each end.
Vines of white flowered smilax
connected the bouquets.
Following . the luncheon the
guests were entertained in the Wo
men s club building, which was at
tractive with baskets of gardenias,
roses and snapdragons.
Mrs. William Bell, president of
the Poseburg club, welcomed the
guests. Miss Vera McClintock en
tertained with vocal selections, ac
companied by Mrs. O. M. Nicholas.
Cards were the diversion of the
afternoon. Mrs. K. E. Hiltlbrand
of Eugene scored highest at
bridge, t
Punch was served from a table
centered with a bouquet of pink
sweet peas. ,
Visiting ladles' from Eugene
were Mis. Fred Hruby, tMrs. C. P.
Tillman, Mrs. L. G. Helteiiine,
Mrs. John B. Patterson, Mrs. E. A.
Droste, Mrs. W. G. White. Mrs.
Fred Beard, Mrs. E. E. Hiltlbrand,
Mrs. W. B. Neal, Mrs. Ted Hur
mon. Itoseburg members present in
cluded Mrs. G. E. Houck. Mrs.
George Bradburn, Mrs. G. R. Bates'
of Myrtle Creek, Mrs. Win. Bell,
.Mrs. Frank Chase, Mrs. Roy Entler,
Mrs. Bert Green. Mrs. J. C. Hume.
Mrs. Wlllard Johnson. Mrs. H. R.
Nerbas, 'Mrs. George Quine, Mrs.
John Throne, Mrs. Bert Wells, Mrs.
A. J. Young, Mrs. Loring Jor
dan. Much credit for the success of
the affair is due the committee in
charge. Mrs. Bradburn was head of
tbe committee supervising t
luncheon, Mrs. Wlllard Johnson
chairman of the entertainment in
the club building; Mrs. Nathan
Fullerton supervised the decora
(Jons, and Mrs. Bert Wells was
head of the reception commit
tee. Neighbors of Woodcraft
Thimble Club Entertained (
at "Mistletoe Hill"
Mrs. George Campbell and Mrs.
Willis Myers entertained jointly
on Monday evening at Mrs. Canip
bell's home, "Mistletoe Hill," the
occasion being the regular meeting
of the Neighbors of Woodcraft'
Thlniltlc Y'luh Qog(t,.nil vllf.wnirL'
were used to form a colorful back
ground for the affair. . ' . '
The guests were amused during
the evening with an interesting
program and social games. Mrs.
O. Ij. Johnson was awarded the
quilting piizc. Mrs. James Miller,
Mrs. Lucy Arthur and Miss Vivian
Williams were given prizes for per
fect attendance, and MrsvFancher
received the club prize.
Refreshments were served from
small tables at a late hour.
Club members present were Mrs.
Miller, Mrs. L. L. Norwood, Mrs.
C. P. Hooper, Miss Reva Neal, Miss
Merle Branch, Miss Vivian Wil
liams, Miss Minnie Myers, Mrs. T.
J. Brown. Mrs. J. D. Ross, Mrs. J.
F. Hurd. Mrs. C. E. Fancher, Mrs.
T. A. Runyan. Mrs. Cole W. Owens.
Mrs. Pete Crutnmett. Mrs. V. S.
French. Mrs. (). O. Jennings, Mrs.
Gwen Simmons. Mrs. Lucy Arthur,
.the hostesses, Mrs. Campbell and
Mrs. Myers.
Guests of the club were Mrs. C.
W. Kemp and MIbs Maude Ragen,
both of Portland.
; ,
Mrs. McWhirter
Is Guest of Honor
at Informal Dinner
Mr. and -Mrs. A. C. Marsters in
vited a few relatives Sunday for
an informal family dinner at their
home on South Kane street, in
compliment lo their bouse guest,
who Is Mr. Marster's cousin, Mrs.
F. T. McWhirter, of Indianapolis.
Indiana, nationally known worker
In W. C. T. P. and women's club
federations. Tbe rooms were at
tractive with sunnier flowers.
Covers were laid for Mrs. Mc
Whirter and her granddaughter,
Miss Lou Frances McWhirter. Mr.
and Mrs. R. W. Marsters and Ihe
host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs, A.
('. Marsters and their grandson,
Craig, or Aberdeen, who Is spend
ing the summer with them.
s
Daughters of Union
Veterans Meet
Friday, June 20th
The Daughters of the I'niou
Veterans Florence Night Inaale
Tent No. 15 met In regular session
at the armory on Friday, June 2n.
The regular opening exercises nnd
a useful business session complet
ed tbe program.
The president, Mrs. A. A. Spra
irne. and the seetetarv. Miss Mary
B. Wilcox, attended tbe state con
vention this week in Eugene, and
their reports on this convention
will be mmlr at the next regular
meeting of the tent.
O 'X
Mrs. Finlay Entertains
Bridge Club Tuesday
Mis. G. C. Finlay was host ss to
the members nf her bridge club on
Tin-Mlay afternoon of this week at
her home on South Main street.
Aiound Ihe bridne tables w ere
Mis. J. C. Leedy. Mrs. Sam Sluw
ma k er. M is. ( ; ti v I 'ordon . M rs. B.
I(. West. Mrs. Fred Hamilton. Mis.
W. F. Harris. Mis. R. I. Whtpnle
and M-e hostess. Mrs. Fl'ilav. Vr.
t.eel won high moii fur the ati
I'ftHHm. At the rlose of tbe att'air the
hostess served refreshments.
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En Route to
A contingent of Cold Star mothers Dictured on board the S. 8. President Roosevelt when they sailed
on their pilgrimage to the graves of
Mrs. Minnie Noyer,
Mother, to
Shortly after America went Into
the World war, John E. Noyer vol
unteered. On a technicality his
application was refused. In N'o
.imber of 1917, however, when the
woild knew that a crisis was ap
proaching, he wns drafted Into
company G, 364th infantry, and
sent to France.
During that terrific and decisive
battle In Argonne forest Noyer lost
his life and iiis body was laid be
side those shell torn remains of
his comrades in Flanders felds.
For these 12 years which have
elapsed since the armistice waG
signed, a devoted mother has
yearned to stand by the grave of
that boy of hers. '
This week tho mother left for
the poppy covered city of the dead
In 'Franco to visit the grave held
so' dear by' her. ' ' "
The mothei Is Mrs.: Minnie
Noyer who has lived in Rosehur?
and Myrtle Creek for the past 1!)
Missionary Society
of M. E. Church Hears
Enjoyable Program
The Woman's Foreign Mission
ary society of the .Methodist Epis
copal church met on Thursday af
ternoon, June lUth, in the church
parlor.
Mrs. E. E. Woodcock conducted
tlie devotional service.
Members and friends were de
lightfully entertained with pro
gram given by the Little Light
Bearers, arranged to include
Song "Little Lisht Hearers Are
We."
Greetings Constance Walker
Recitation Carmen Cole
Talk "Children of Other Lands."
Mrs. Edwards
Recitation Hetty Helmholdt
Recitation Jean Cloake
Recitation Cleo Roselund
Vocal Solo Mrs. Halbert
Exercise Bobbie and Keith Har
rison and Merton Cole
Recitalion Ruth Heck
Piano Solo Butty Whipple
Address Mrs. McWhirter
Selection Girls' chorus
Mrs. George Leeper tuok charge
of the program.
At the close of the program re
freshments were served.
a
Evening of Music
Enjoyed at Walker Home
Mrs. it. W. Melssner and Mrs.
C. E. Walker were hostesses last
Friday evening. June 2oth, enter
talnjng a group of friends at the
Walker home.
An Impromptu orchestra com
posed of Alleen Wnlker at tlie
Piano, Maxlne Laird playing the
sn.to "lione and Hill Mnrlun Jr..
drums, furnished music which all
enjnyed. .Mrs. Illcharil Busch en
terlained with several vocal solos.
At the close of Ihe. plessaut eve
ning spent in a musical and social
way. light refreshments were
scived to Mrs. Mary Parker. Mrs.
L. V. Gales, Mrs. A. Carroll. Ms.
and Mrs. W. A. Morian and family.
Mre. 11. II. Neighbors. Mrs. (). R.
Banders. Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Laird
and family. Mr and Mrs. Richard
Busch and daughter. Mrs. Fern
Waggoner. Audrey Richard. Mrs.
R. W. Mcissner ami Mr. and Mrs.
C. K. Walker anil familv.
("
Riversdale H. E. C. Club
Holds First Meeting
The first meeting of Hie Rivers
dale H. E. C. club was held on Fri
day. June C'Uli. al tile home of Mrs.
Jahe Jones. 1 hose present includ
ed Mrs. George Mars'ers. Mrs. Ft
terlmch. Mrs. Koliert Harmon, Mrs.
John Travis. Mi s. II in I. mi Moore.
Mrs. Hurl Krus". Mrs. Emma lies
worth. Mrs. '. W. Cook. Mrs. Anna
nickel. Mrs. A. E. lilllter. Miss
Pearl Jones, and tlie hoMess. Mrs.
Jon''-.
The next meeting ol tlie club will
be on July llih at the home of
Mrs. George Marsters.
Loved Ones' Graves in France
their sons In the cemeteries of France.
Gold Star
Visit Son's Grave
years. She was born on a ranch
between the latter community and
Canyonville. When she was an in
fant her parents moved to the Wil
lamette valley where they lived for
a few years before moving to Pom
eroy, Wash., and there she lived
until the time she came to Rose
burg. John, the eldest sou, was
born at Ponieroy.
Four other children of Mrs.
Noyer are living. They are Mrs.
George Cox, Mrs. Ray Roberts .and
Joe Noyer, all of Roseburg, nnd
Mrs. Opal Tollefson of Portland.
Mrs. Noyer will arrive in New
York on June 30 and will sail for
France on July 2. She will spend
two weeks In France, part of that
time in Paris, from which city the
trip to the cemetery will be made.
On her return to Roseburg Mrs.
NoyerKwllI' visit Idaho and eastern
Oregon, being expected to arrive
here seven weeks after the date of
her departure.'
Mrs. F. T. McWhirter
Complimented With .
Luncheon by Mrs. Marsters
Mrs. A. C'. Marsters presided
over an affair of attractive appoint
ments on Wednesday of this week
when she arranged a one o'clock
luncheon honoring Mrs. F. T. Mc
Whirter of Indianapolis, Indiuna,
her house guest. The color mo
tif in pink and orchid was clev
erly carried out in the floral de
corations. -
Covers were laid for the honor
guest, Mrs. McWhirter, Mrs. A. S.
Coen, Mrs. F. W. Chase, Mrs. E.
B. Stewart, Mrs. R. W. Marsters.
Mrs M. F. Rice, Mrs. F. E. Col
lier, Mrs. It. L. Glle, Mrs. J. D. Os
bom, 'Miss Adeline Stewart, Miss
Lou Frances McWhirter and Miss
Dorothy Marsters.
Miss Mildred Morris
Pleasantly Surprised
With Farewell Party
Miss Mildred Morris was pleas
antly surprised on Saturday eve
ning. June 21st. when a group of
friends gathered at her home to
honor her with a farewell party.
Social games were tlie source of
much merriment among the guests
during the evening.
At a late hour refreshments were
served.
Those present Included besides
Miss Morris, Miss Lucille Shoun,
Miss Pauline Shoun, Miss Margaret
Jennings. Miss .Margaret Page,
Miss Gladys Hargls, Miss Virginia
Dyar, Miss Helen Hester, Miss
Hazel Kesler, Miss Belle Kester,
Miss Ella Mae Morris, Earl Craw
ford, Lindon Hoffman, Frank Mil
ler, Clyde Kester, William Karlin
trer, Vellemonte Morris, and Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Morris, of San
Dfego.
Miss Morris left Snndiiy for San
Diego, where she will visit Willi
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Morris, and where
she may decide to remain.
Corvallis Wedding
of Interest Here
Among the out-of-town weddings
of interest here was that of Miss
Elisabeth Jane Luttretl, sister of
John Luttrell of this city, and John
Virgil Snainhower, of Houston.
Texas, which was solemnized on
Thursday. June lnth. at the home
of the bride's parents in Corvallis.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Spainhower
are graduates of Oregon Stale col
lege. Dining tlie past year Mrs.
Spainhower has been teaching at
Myrile Ioint end Mr. Spainhower
has been employed in Houston.
The couple left immediately for
their new home in Houston, sailing
fivm Seattle for Los Angeles, anil
from there traveling over a south
eru mule to Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. John Luttrell ot
Roseburg were anion 5 those in
vited to tlie wedding.
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Daily Vacation Bible
School Closes Terrri
With Program
A large crowd of parents and
friends attended the closing exer
cises of the Daily Vacation Bible
school, held on Thursday evening
in the Baptist church.
The program, supervised by Mrs.
C. H. Wickham, superintendent
of (he school included a number of
Bongs, Bible verses repeated by
the children, recitations, naming
the hooks of the Bible by the var
ious classes, and several short
playlets. Following the program
an exhibit of the handwork done
during tlie school was given in
the educational building. .
The entertainment marked the
close of a successful term for the
Bible school, 161 member and 19
workers having been enrolled.
Plans are already under way to
make the school bigger and more
successful next year. - ,
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Bridge Luncheon - '" !
Complimenting Mrs. Zigler
Given in Wells Home
The first of a. series of delight
ful bridge luucheons was given on
Thursday afternoon when Mrs. I.
B. Riddle and Mrs. Lee Wells en
tertained witli a one o'clock lunch
eon at the home of Mrs. Wells, in
honor of Mrs. M. F. Zigler of Port
land, house guest of Mrs. Riddle
tills week. Dorothy Perkins roses
were used to introduce. a note of
bright color Into the rooms.
The hostesses were assisted by
Mrs. Mose Rice, Mrs. Roy Entler,
Mrs. Fred Green and Mrs. Grant
Osborn.
Following luncheon several ta
bles of bridge were in play. Sew
ing and visiting were also enjoyed
during the afternoon.
Mrs. H. C. Church of this city
was entertained last week-end as
tlie house guest of her parents.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles W. Davis, in
Mirshfield. returning to ber home
here Monday.
New Modes Solve
Summer Problem
i.ai!ei irovl.s aol'e the summer
wardrobe problem. Above is a red
and while print crepe that displays
a clilc skoullei cape.
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Atterbury-Hufham
Weddine Is
Surprise Event
tiuaing a watcnrul crowd of
friends, Miss Marion Hufham and
Keith Atterbury went to the Meth
odist Episcopal parsonage last Sat
urday evening, June 21st, and were
quietly married, Rev. Charles Ed
wards reading the ceremony
Immediately following the wed
ding the couple left for Umpqua
park, where they danced through
out the evening. After the danco
they were accompanied by a large
crowd of friends to the bride's
home where her mother, Mrs. E H
Hulham, served a wedding supper
to the guests, who were unaware
of the fact that they were cele
brating the wedding, the marriage
not becoming known until the fol
lowing morning.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. E. H. Hufham of East
Douglas street. Mr. Atterbury is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess At
terbury of Winchester street. Both
the bride and the groom are well
known among the younger circles
in the city, both having attended
the Roseburg high school, where
Mr. Atterbury was a member ot
the football squad.
Mr. Atterbury left Sunday morn
ing for Tiller, where he will be em
ployed In the forest service for the
summer. His bride will remain
this summer with her parents on
East Douglas street.
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Picnic Enjoyed Tuesday .
at Fork of River
One of the delightful outdoor
affairs of the week was enjoyed on
Tuesday evening on the banks of
the Umpqua at the forks of the
river, when a group of friends gath
ered for a picnic. Swimming and
boating were the recreations, fol
lowed by a bountiful picnic din- ,
ner. '
The affair was enjoyed by M.
and Mrs. V. T. Jackson. Mr. aifd
Mrs. George Dletsch, Miss Bessie
Redharn, Miss Lois Byrd, Miss
Ethel Smith, Miss Agnes Pitchford, I
Miss Helen Berg, Harry McCabe. .
C. H. Daugherty of Yoncalla, Miss
Dorothy Jackson and Elton Jack
son. Afternoon at Umpqua Park
Enjoyed Thursday ,
by Pythian Sisters
The Pythian Sisters Sewing .
circle motored to Umpqua park
witli their children Thursday after
noon for a very pleasant picnic.
About thirty enjoyed the hospi
tality of tho hostesses, Mrs. M. R.
Brown and Mrs. C. W. Horner. The
younger people spent, the .after
noon with games and swimming
while the meuihors sewed and la
ter In tlie afternoon surprised Mrs.
LeHlie Hall, the honor guest of the -afternoon,
with a miscellaneous
gift shower.
Mrs. Prudence Crawford
Entertains Wednesday
at Pleasant Affair
Mrs. Prudence Crawford arrang
ed a pleasant Informal affair at
her home on Wednesday evening of
this week, inviting a number of
friends and relatives for a chick- ,
en dinner followed by a quilting
bee. A bowl of carnations cen
tered the serving table.
Those enjoying the evening
were Mrs. S. J. Black, Mrs. W. T.
Tipton, Mrs. L. M. Pentney, Mrs.
M. Allen, Mrs. H. E. Pickens, Mrs.
I). W. Taylor and her mother, Mrs.
Rust, Mrs. B. W. Strong, Mrs. R.
B. Shoun, Mrs. R. E. Crawford and
the hostess, Mrs. Prudence Craw
ford. :: i't
Myrtle Creek Couple
Married Thursday
at Home Ceremony
Miss Madge Johnson became the
bride of Dell Wood at a pretty
ceremony at high noon Thursday,
June 26. which took place at the
home of the groom in Myrtle
Creek. Rev. E. L. Wood of Leb
anon, brother of the groom, olfi
ciated at tho ceremony.
The bride , was winsome in a '1
frock of tan crepo de chine, and
carried a shower bouquet of roses
and sweet peas.
Lohengrin's Wedding March wns
played by Miss Loa June Ward,
and following the Impressive ring
ceremony, Miss Ward sang, "1
Love You Truly."
A wedding dinner was served to (
Immediate relatives a 11 d the
friends who were present.
The bride has been taking
nurses' training in Pacific Christ
Ian hospital in Euueno. Mr. Wood
is a rancher at Myrtle Creek.
Tho couple left for a short trip,
after which they will make their
home at Myrtle Creek.
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New Officers Installed
at Daughters of Job
Meeting Tuesday
Initiation of new members and
Installation of olficers for the en
suing year took place at the meet
ing ot the Daughters of Job on
Tuesday evening In the Masonic
temple.
Officers for the new term are
Virginia French, honored queen;'
Elisabeth Williams, senior prin
cess; Phyllis Quine, junior prin
cess; Betty Shoemaker. guide
Barbara Jordan, maruhall; Kath
ei ine Fisher, recorder; Eleanor
Fics. treasurer; Lois Ann Whipple,
pianist; Margaret Ferguson, first
messenger; Aliens llrown, second
messenger: Anna May ITnraih.
third messenger: Lydia Wilson,
fourth messenger; Barbara Clark,
fifth messenger; Sahina Nerbas. t
chaplain; .Mary Banning, inner
guard: Dsvnlse liofse. outer
uilHid: J.wel Adam, librarian:
Neva Agee. senior cuslodian: Eva
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