The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, May 20, 1949, Page 9, Image 9

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Society, and GluLi
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 which
time the social calendar and Sat
urday's society page are closed
weekly.
DEER CREEK SCHOOL
TO PICNIC SUNDAY
The Deer Creek School will
hold a picnic Sunday, May 22 at
the Pine Grove Sunday School
Grounds at 1 o'clock. All par
ents and children are asked to
bring picnic lunches and table
service. Coffee will be furnished
By tne community Club.
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ELGAROSE P.-T. A.
MEETS SATURDAY
Elgarose P.-T. A. met Saturday
night at the school with the presi
dent, Mrs. Pat Lucas, in charge.
The school children presented a
group of songs and poems. The
audience gave the pledge to the
flag. Mrs. Warren Lucas in
stalled the officers for the com
ing year.
New officers are: President,
Vern Wooten; vice-president, Da
vid Sands; secretary, Morris
Durch, and treasurer, Stanley
Sjogren.
Plans were made for the an
nual school picnic to be held
at Umpqua Park Sunday, May
22.
The 4-H girls gave a demon
stration of their sewing. At the
close of the meetine lovelv re
freshments were served by the
4-H girls.
MRS. IDA SLACK IS
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY
Albert Slack was host Sunday,
when he entertained at a chick
en dinner at his home on North
Calapooia St., honoring his moth
er, Mrs. Ida Slack, on her eighty
ninth birthday. The linen-covered
table was centered with a beau
tiful bouquet of roses. A beauti
fully decorated heart-shaped cake,
made by Mrs. Harriet Hansen
and Mrs. Leta Brauch was cut
by the guest of honor.
Covers were placed for: Walter
Slack of San Francisco, Califor
nia, Mr. and Mrs. Brittain Slack,
the guest of honor, Mrs. Ida
Slack and the host, Albert Slack.
The afternoon was spent in vis
iting, and looking at the many
lovely cards received by the guest
of honor.
LOCAL NEWS
Chapter to Meet Alpha Theta
Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi will
meet Tuesday night at 8 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. John Newby,
1237 Chatham St.
Grange to Meet Lookinggliiss
Grange will meet Tuesday :iight
at 8 o'clock at the hall with the
Meyer and Schulze families in
charge of refreshments.
Election to Be Held Election
of officers of Dean Perrlne Unit
No. 9, D. A. V.- Auxiliary will
be held Monday night at 7:45
o'clock at the armory. Refresh
ments win De servea.
Spring Dance The Junior Wo
man's Club annual spring dance
will be held Saturday, May 21
at 9 p. m. at the Country Club
for members and invited guests.
Tickets may be purchased at Law
son's Jewelry Store.
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BASEBALL GAME
Sunday, May 22
2 P.M.
Roseburg Umpqua Chiefs
VS.
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FINLAY FIELD
Community Club to Meet
Election of officers will be held
by the Dixonville Community
Club at a meeting Tuesday night
at 8 o'clock at the hall. The pro
gram will be in charge of Mrs.
Hazel Plumb and her pupils. Re
freshments will be served. All
residents of the community are
Invited.
Leave for East Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Carter of Roseburg took
their daughter, Mrs. T. C. Fitz
gerald (Thelrra Carter), and her
small son, Terry, to Portland Fri
day, where the latter two left by
plane for Fort Benning, Ga., to
join Lt. Col. Fitzgerald and make
their home. They have been
spending several weeks visiting
here.
WINCHESTER COMMUNITY
CLUB LADIES MEET
The Winchester Community
Club ladles met Thursday for a
dessert-luncheon at the home of
Mrs. Walter Reber with Mrs.
Herb Wonch and Mrs. Marie
Kruysman, co-hostesses.
Mrs. C o r i n n e McTaggart,
Douglas County home extension
agent, was a most welcome guest
and gave a talk on forming an
extension unit in the district.
All women interested are asked
to attend the next afternoon
meeting, which will be held on
Thursday, June 9, with Mrs. Dale
Soli and Mrs. Art Bartlett as
hostesses. The, place will be an
nounced later.
ELGAROSE MENDING
BASKET HAS MEETING
The Elgarose Mending Basket
met at the school Friday with
Mrs. Agnes South and Mrs. Thel
ma Hanson, leaders, in charge,
and Charlotte Sand, president,
conducting the business session.
The girls worked on their proj
ects. Mrs. V. E. Grise was a
visitor. Others present were
Charlotte Sand, Donna Sundberg,
Carmen Cooper, Margie Hanson,
sally Brown ana uianna towards.
RUMMAGE SALE TO BE
HELD ON SATURDAY
A rummage sale will be spon
sored by D.A.V. Auxiliary, Dean
j Perrine Unit No. 9, Saturday,
, May 21, beginning at 10 a.m.
at the Episcopal parish hall on
; East Cass street. Members hav
ing articles to donate are asked
to contact either Mrs. Wulf at
the Del Rey Cafe at Winchester,
or Mrs. Martha Wells at 1350
Umpqua Avenue.
BENEFIT CARD PARTY
TO BE HELD AT RICE
VALLEY HALL SATURDAY
A benefit card party will be
sponsored at the Rice Valley
hall Saturday night, May 21,
and the public is cordially in
vited to attend. Prizes will be
awarded and refreshments will
be served. Pinochle and five hun
dred will be In play.
Move to North Bend Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Starr have moved to
their new home a 406 Simpson,
North Bend, from Roseburg. Mr.
Starr is a salesman for Interstate
Tractor Co.
Fri., May 20, 1949 The Newi-Review, Roseburg, Ore. 9 -r
Returns to Eugene Miss Jean
Graffenberger has returned to
her studies at University of Ore
gon, following a visit here with
Sirs. Douglas Gremmel at the
nome oi me lauers parents, mr.
and Mrs. H. N. Jacobson, In Laur-elwood.
Dance and Pie Social A hard-
time dance and pie social will be
held Saturday night, May 21, at
Glide Grange Hall at 9 o'clock.
Women attending are asked to
bring pies. Prizes win be award
ed for the best man's and the best
ladies costume.
Returne From Idaho Mrs.
Lynn Beckley has returned to her
home on tne ueer i-ree ruu,
following two weeks in Sandpoint,
Idaho, where she was called by
the critical illness of her mother,
Mrs. W. H. Rockwell, former
Roseburg resident. Mrs. Rock
well is reported improving.
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Administrators
Appointed In
Three Estates
Leo Sparks has been appointed
administrator of the estate of
Earle Bard, who died intestate
May 4, leaving an estate of per
sonal property valued at 57,500.
Appointment was made by County
Judge D. N. Busenbark upon peti
tion of Florence Moore and
Laura Blakeley. Named as ap
praisers are W. M. Hoppe Sr.,
S. E. Peterson and R. T. Blakeley.
Gordon G. Carlson has been
appointed administrator with w.il
annexed of the estate of David
E. Monroe, who died March 8,
1945, at Bayfield County, Wis. He
left Douglas County property
valued at $4,000. Appointment
was made upon petition of Frank
Monroe, who has been appointed
executor of the estate, but can
not serve in this county as he is
an out-of-state resident. H. C.
Berg has been named appraiser
of local property.
Upon filing of his petition,
Claude Trueman, a son, has been
appointed administrator of the
estate of Melissa M. Melzger, who
died Jan. 7, 1949, leaving real
property valued at 510,000. Heirs
are her husband, Roy Metzger,
Camas Valley, and son, Claude
Truman, Madras. Named as ap
praisers are Phillip Standley,
John Thrush and Orin Siandley.
Fair Share Of
Lumber Orders
Asked For U. S.
WASHINGTON, May 20. OP)
rtep. Mack (K.-wasli.) Thurs
day asked a special House Conv
mittee on foreign aid to see to it
that American producers get a
fair share of lumber orders from
countries receiving Economic Re
covery Administration aid.
He described how lumber and
plywood shipments have de
creased In the last year and said
the ECA Issued regulations de
signed to prevent discrimination
against the American Industry.
He cited one instance where
foreign governments placed re
strictions on their lumber orders
that prevented Americans to bid
for the business.
He illustrated by saying that
the timber controller In London
issued a set of "very difficult"
specifications in calling for lum
ber bids on May 3 wilh the re
quirement that American sup
pliers have their bids in by May 9.
State Police Recapture
Escaped Prison Trusty
SALEM, Ore., May 20. UP)
Stale Police Thursday recaptured
Robert Earl Lee, 34, State Prison
trusty who walked away from
the Prison farm six days ago.
They found him hiding out at
Scotts Mills, located in the hills
20 miles east of here.
Lee, who took a portable radio
and an alarm clock with him
when he left the Prison, was em
ployed In the Prison chicken-
house.
He was sentenced Sent. 4.
1947 In Lake County to serve
eight years for assault with in
tent to kill.
"River of Grate'
Florida's Everglades are called
the "River of Grass."
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Drain Lions Club
Nominates Men
For Annual Posts
Regular weekly meeting of the
Drain Lions Club was neld at
Roarlne Camp Steak House Tues
day night. Twenty-two members
and guests were present. Special
guests tor the evening were Kicn
ard Mcintosh, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Mcintosh; Jim Whip
ple, and Richard Duncan. After a
session of eating, singing and
joking, the club got down to bust
ness.
The nomination committee
turned in its reports on officers
for the coming year, which was
accepted by the club, and after
formal election next month will
be installed at a Lions' banquet,
to De neia at a later date.
Officers nominated for the
19491950 year follows: President,
Phil Griswold: first vice presi
dent, Hank Hathaway; second
vice president, William Griswold;
third vice president, Hugh Whip-
pie; secretary. KODert Jsmim;
treasurer, William G. Cool Jr.;
tail twister, Richard Scott; lion
tamer, Pete Martin; directors for
a two-year term, Tom Meyers and
Hank uoodmanson; hold over
directors for the coming year
are Ed Mattin and Elmer Maples.
Presentation was made to Wil
liam G. Chatham, former chalt
man of the youth committee of
his adult scout registration card
and badge and appreciation ex
pressed for his work with the
committee. This was made by
Chairman Elmer Maples.
To Return Home
E. W. Holmes of the Douglas
Timber Corp., who has been in
the Good Samaritan Hospital in
Portland for the past month, ex
pects to be released and return
to his home the coming weekend.
Burned at Mill
Alburt Gtisham, night watch
man for the Doimlas Timber
Corp., was seriously burned Mon
day morning about 2:30 when the
boiler, in which he was attempt
ing to start a fire, back-fired,
burning him on the face and
hands. These were second and
third degree burns and he will be
off work for some time. Dr. L.
H. Imboden is caring for him.
COUGAR SLAIN
SILVERTON. May 20. UP)
A seven-foot cougar was shot
Wednesday night hy Walter Lar
son, Silverton Hills farmer.
Dogs treed the giant cat after
a motorist spotted it. It was the
second cougar killed near here
in a week, the other one having
been killed near Turner.
Officers Elected By
Tenmile Church
Tenmile Church held an elec
tion .f officers May 15. Those
elected included Mrs. Hahn,
Charles Mills and Tom Godfrey,
trustees; Hazel Chamblem, Helen
Young, Alice Carr, Llllle Vance,
Ann Lockwood and Tressie Mills',
stewards; Virgil Vance, treasurer;
Tom L. Godfrey, custodian of
legal papers; T. L. Godfrey, Min
nie Lockwood, and Amy Erbe,
custodian of pastoral relations;
Grace Godfrey, communion stew
ard; Ann Lockwood, Izma Vance,
mc committee, and Eva Lakey,
auditing steward.
8COUTS SEE CIRCUS
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mills and
their son, Elmer, took a group of
boys from Boy Scout Troop 126
of Tenmile to the Scout Circus
at Eugene May 14. Scouts making
the trip were Jim Nuzum, Her
bert Young, Don Greene, Bob
McEwen Albert Young, Paul
Greene, Doug Croy, Don Nlckla
son, Pidy Kindred, Tommy Bales,
Virgil Mills.
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