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    8 Tha Newt-Review, Roseburg, Ore. Wed., Moy 11, 1949
Society and Gluhi
By LOTUS KNIGHT PORTER
NOTICE
Social Items submitted by tele
phone for the society page must
be turned In before 12 o'clock
Monday through Thursday and
by 10 a. m. Fridays, at whici
time the social calendar and Sal
urday's society page are close,
weekly.
POLICE RESERVE TO
BE HONORED AT
DINNER SATURDAY NIGHT
The Police Reserve will be hon
ored at a seven-thirty o'clock pot
luck dinner to be sponsored by
South Deer Creek Grange at the
hall Saturday night, May 14.
Grange members are asked to
bring card tables and tablecloths
to the hall Friday night. On Sat
urday, members are asked to
bring their table service and
plenty of food for the potluck
supper and have same at the
hall not later than seven o'clock.
Those unable to attend are asked
to call Mrs. Glenn Murdock,
665-J; Mrs. Ralph Woods, 498-J-2,
or Mrs. Clarence Anderson, 5-F-32,
so that the food can be picked
up.
Dancing will follow the pot-
luck supper. All members are
urged to attend.
EDENBOWER COMMUNITY
CLUB TO MEET FRIDAY
The Edenbower Community
Club will meet at the playshed
of the Edenbower School Friday
night at eight o'clock. A short
business meeting will be followed
by a program in charge of the
teachers. The first grade pupils
will present songs and the fifth
and sixth grade pupils will give
folk dance numbers. Refresh
ments will be served.
This will be the last regular
meeting of the club this school
year and all members and friends
are cordially invitet to attend.
MRS. HOMER GROW TO
PRESENT PIANO PUPILS
IN PUBLIC RECITAL
Mrs. Homer Grow has issued
a most cordial Invitation to the
public to attend, a recital next
Monday evening, May 16, at
seven-thirty o'clock at the First
Presbyterian Church, when she
will present her piano students.
The recital promises to be
most Interesting and enjoyable
as a large number of very young
piano students will be presented
as well as the advanced musi
cians. . '
KEYSTONE CLUB TO
MEET MONDAY NIGHT
The Methodist Keystone Club
will meet Monday night, May 16,
at a seven-thirty o'clock dessert
supper at the home of Mrs. Earl
Wiley on South Kane Street with
Mrs. J. B. Roark, Mrs. L. M.
Gabel, Mrs. E. S. Kolok and Mrs.
Roswell Myers, hostesses. The
devotions will be In charge of
Mrs. John D. Todd. All members
are urged to be present.
PIANO PUPILS TO
PRESENT RADIO
PROGRAM TONIGHT
Robert Church and Carolyn
Burr will be guest artists on the
radio program to be presented
from 7:15 to 7:30 o'clock tonight,
May 11, over KRNR. They are
piano students of Mrs. Homer
W. Grow.
Robert will play "Scherzo" by
Chopin and Carolyn will present
"Prelude in G Minor," by Rach
maninoff. IUCTROLUX
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Shirley Highley
May Day Queen
At Yoncalla Fete
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Miss Shirley Highley, above,
senior at Yoncalla High School,
was crowned Queen of the May
at a colorful celebration held on
the school grounds Friday morn
ing. Gowned In a pale blue lorm
al, Miss Highley was escorted to
the throne by Billy Boucock,
where she was crowned. Miss Es
ther Benner, Donna Lloyd, Nola
Weber, and Colma Means, all
in pastel shades were princesses.
A decorated bicycle parade op
ened the festivities, followed by
an hour of athletic contests,
where sack races, wheel barrel
races, three legged race, 30-yard
dash and relay races were held
for both boys and girls.
Crowning of the queen and the
United Nations' program were
given at 11 o'clock, opening with
the grade school singing "Ameri
ca The Beautiful." The first grade
put on a skit, "Miss America and
Uncle Sam," followed by "Riga-Fig-Jig"
by the second grade.
The "Circle Drill" iy we inira
and fourth grades also added to
the occasion. The fifth grade put
on two folk dances, "Norwegian
Mountain March and melting
(Danish). The seventh and eighth
grades had their part in the pro
gram by putting on Guslaf's
"Skeal" (Swedish), also the "Hun
garian Dance." Exercises and
stunts by the sixth, seventh and
eighth grade boys preceeded the
winding of the May pole by the
high school girls.
A basket dinner was served at
noon, followed by a girls' soft
ball game and boys' baseball
game during the afternoon.
COOKED FOOD SALE
TO BE HELD MAY 14TH
The women of the Presbyte
rian Church will sponsor a
cooked food sale at the Umpqua
Valley Hardware store Saturday,
May 14, beginning at nine o'clock
in the morning. Pies, cakes,
salads, cookies, baked beans and
rolls will be on sale.
D. OF U. V. TO
MEET FRIDAY NIGHT
Florence Nightingale Tent No.
15, Daughters of Union Veterans
of the Civil War will meet at
seven-thirty o'clock Friday night
at ine K. oi v. nan. am memuers
are urged to be present.
D.A.R. TO MEET
NEXT MONDAY NIGHT
The D.A.K. will meet at a seven-thirty
o'clock dessert - supper
Monday evening, May 16, at the
home of Mrs. W. M. Campbell,
9-19 Winchester street, with Mrs.
Roy Knller as hostesses. Election
of officers will be held. All mem
bers are urged to be present.
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Iht cron-over strop
grain leather. Hand
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NAIIONAUJ
RIVERSDALE GRANGE
HAS MOTHERS-DAY
PROGRAM AT MF.ETING
Men of the Rlversdale Grange
entertained at u Mothers-Day
program Friday night at the
hall There were 45 members
and one guest present with only
one officer absent. The mothers
filled the officers chairs later in
the evening and Anita Stark lec
turer, presided.
Four applications were read
and referiod to the committee
on candidates. The first and sec
ond degrees were conferred on
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Youngren
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wor
land. Committee reports were
presented and Jim Myers re
ported on contacting the county
court regarding the condition of
the Brown's bridge approaches
and presented the court's reply
on the sublect.
The executive committee, on
behalf of '.he ladies of the grange
presented a new electric wash
ing machine to the group as a
Mother's Day gift.
A pantomlne on "Mother's
Life" was presented. Miss Mc
Clelland sang two solos and Ar
lene Myers presented a Moth
er's Day poem. The men served
refreshments at the close of the
meeting.
A social night affair will be
held May 20 at 8:15 at the hall
with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gib
son and Mr. and Mrs. Sid Mel
hoff in charge. The next regu
lar meeting will be May 20 at
8:15 o'clock at the hall. Re
freshments will be in charge of
Mr. and Mrs. George Osterman,
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Lehne, Mr.
and Mrs. G. J. Schombel, Rose
Goberville and Eldred Trussell.
The sales tax will be discussed
at the meeting.
PYTHIAN SISTERS
ORGANIZE FRIENDSHIP
CLUB AT MEETING
Pythian Sisters met Thursday
evening at the' home of Mrs.
Dole Bolslnger to reorganize a
social club, which has been
named The Friendship Club. Of
ficers elected included: Marion
Bolsinger. president: Lela Kuy-
kendall, vice-president; Doris
Laurer, secretary; Gladys Fre
nette, treasurer.
Meetings will be held the first
Thursday of every month and the
next rntetlng place will oe an
nounced latr.
The president called the roll
and asked for suggestions to
raist money to help send the
K. of V Drum Corps girls to
the Portland Rose Festival. A
committee was appointed to have
charge of a food tale to be held
May 14. Plans were made lir a
benefit card party to be' held
May 19 at the K. of P. hall and
it was decided to sell relresh
ments a( the Knights of Pytnias
Saturday night dances during the
month of May.
Mrs. Bolslnger served relresh
ments later In the evening to
Mr, Ora Worthlngton, Mrs. Inga
lllgn, Mrs. Ingrld Anderson, Mrs.
Hattle iuei'in, Mrs. Frances
Heath, Mrs. Minnie Souf Mrs.
Alyce lUirvle, n: t's. Lela Kuv-1-endall,
Mrs. Golaa Nickell, Mrs.
Doris Laoier, Mis. Maltle Jack
son and Mrs. Gladys Frenette.
EXTENSION UNIT
TO MEET FRIDAY
Rice Vallev-Elkhead Home Ex
tension Unit will meet for an all-
day session at the Rice Valley
hall Friday. A potluck luncheon
will be served at noon. Mrs. Cor-
Inne McTaggart, county leader,
will present the demonstration on
"Giving home sewing a profes
sional look." All women of the
two communities are urged to
attend.
ZULEIMA CLUB TO
MEET AT DINNeR
Zuleima Club, Daughters of
the Nile will meet at a seven
o'clock no-hostess dinner Friday
night at the Hotel Rose. The
dinner will be informal and all
members are urged to be present.
EVERGREEN GRANGE
TO MEET FRIDAY NIGHT
Evergreen Grange will meet
Friday night at eight o'clock at
the hall with the five Koberniks
and Joe Dame In charge of re
freshments. All members are urg
ed to be present.
AOVkllltiS
Will Sing Here
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Igor
The Roseburg Community Con
cert Association will present Igor
Gorin, famed radio, concert and
opera baritone, at 8:15 o'clock
Friday night. May 13, at the Jun
ior High School auditorium in the
closing concert of the season.
Born in Grodek, in the Ukraine,
Gorin, was taken to Vienna as a
boy of six. His first musical ex
perience was gained as boy
soprano soloist in both Protestant
and Catholic Churches of the Aus
trian capital. After his voice
changed, he abandoned music for
medicine; but when he was 18,
he discovered that he had become
a baritone of a calibre worthy of
the attention of the famous
Vienna Conservatory of Music,
where he studied for five years.
Gorin's professional apprentice
ship to opera followed in the
course of three years with a small
Czechoslovakian opera company
with which he sang fifteen lead
ing roles. Always enchanted by
the idea of America, which up to
this time he knew only trom the
movies, Igor decided to try his
luck in the Brave New World. He
had already heard Hitler speak
ing at the Sports Palais; instinct
told him that Europe was not
going to be a heallhy place to
live for the next decade. He ar
rived In this country speaking
only two words of English
"Hello" and "O. K." and for
awhile found noisy New York
rather tough going until he land
ed a featured spot on the Roxy
Music Hall Variety program.
The Music Hall engagement led
In turn to a 10-week NBC sus
taining program, from which he
was lured onto the popular
"Hollywood Hotel" radio Hour,
where he remained for three
years. The handsome young
singer was at this sama. time un
der contract to Melro-Goldwyn-Mayer,
for whom he made the
successful musical, "Broadway
Melody of 1938." Offered a Colum
bia Concerts contract in (he sea
son 1939-40, he has remained un
der their exclusive management
ever since, building up a vastly
expanded public not only by con
cert appearances all over this
country and in Cuba and Canada,
but. by his numerous guest appear
ances on such major network
shows as those sponsored by Fire
stone, Ford, International Har
vester, Kraft and others. His con
cert repertoire ranges from Han
del, Berlioz, Massenet, Moussorg
sky, and Grieg to such contem
poraries as Albert Hay Malotte
la close personal friend), Rach
maninoff, and Villa-Lobos, two of
whose songs he is introducing this
season to the North American pub
lic for the first time.
Opera also is claiming the bril
liant talents of the artist, and in
many performances in such cities
as Chicago, Cincinnati, San An
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Friday Night
' 1
Gorin
tonio, Trenton, Dayton, he has
scored great successes in the lead
ing baritone roles of "The Barber
of Seville," "Pagliacci, "Trova
tore," . "Traviata, "Faust" and
"Carmen."
Gorin records exclusively for
RCA Victor; his repertoire on
wax Includes operatic arias from
"The Barber of Seville," "Mous
sorgsky's "Khoyantchina," Leon
cavallo's "II Pagliacci" and Verdi's
"Don Carlos." Other Gorin per
formances available via Victor in
clude such popular baritone num
bers as "The Blind Ploughman,"
Tchaikowsky's "None But the
Lonely Heart," and pop favorites
like "Play Gypsies, Dance Gyp
sies" from Kalman's operetta
"Countess Maritza," Victor Her
bert's "Thine Alone" from
"Eileen", and Vincent Youmans'
"Through the Years."
Gorin loves horses and spends
as much time as he can with his
attractive young wife the for-
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HUTCHINSONS TO
CELEBRATE GOLDEN
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ross Hutchin
son will celebrate their golden
wedding anniversary on Sunday,
May 15, at a potluck dinner at
1 o'clock at the Kellogg Grange
hall. A short program will be
presented. All friends and rela
tives of the family are invited.
Coffee will be furnished.
mer Mary Smith of Hlllsboro,
Ohio, a radio actress whom he
met in Hollywood at the Emer
ald Valley Ranch in Colorado
Spring, in the summertime; in
doors, he's an expert amateur
cook who likes nothing better
than to whip up a tasty dish on
a cold winter's evening. His other
hobby Is writing songs, and you
may be surprised to learn that
he's a member in good standing
of the . merican Society of Com
posers, Authors, and Publishers
(ASCAP) with twelve published
songs to his credit. The well
known firm of Schirmer, his pub
lishers, have found that of these,
the most popular is a "Lullaby";
Gorin himself prefers an old
Ukranian folksong which he
learned at his mother's knee, and
which he has sung and recorded
with great success everywhere.
It's called "Viut Vitre" (Stormy
Breezes); he first sang It profes
sionally when auditioning for ad
mission to the Vienna Conserva
tory; it was on his first American
radio show, was the first record
ing he made for RCA Victor, and
is an almost inevitable encore at
a Gorin recital.
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LOOKINGGLA8S P.-T.A.
TO MEET FRIDAY NIGHT
The last meeting of Looking
glass P.-T.A. will be held Friday
night, May 13th, at the school
house. The students will present
a short program. All resident of
the community are Invited,
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