The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, May 28, 1949, Page 12, Image 12

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    12 The New-Reiew, Roseburg, Ore. Sot., Moy 28, 14
Reported III Larry Worth -
ington is reported to be ill at his
home in Rosebure.
Resigns Mrs. Harold fxess
has resicned her work at the
S ver Nook Gr lor tne summer
Ill of Pneumonia Boh Hanna,
resident of Oakland. Is reported
to be quite 111 of pneumonia at
his home.
Return Here Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Bellows have returned lo
Roseburg aftpr spending several
days in Portland.
Return From Wyoming Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Sehultz have re
turned to their home in Roseburg,
following a trip to Laramie, Wyo.
,",hm to Lot Anaeles Mrs,
Beatrice Linser has left for Los
Angeles to spend a couple 01
months visiting her son, David
Will Visit Here Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. Marsh of Medford will
spend Sunday and Monday in
Roseburg as guests of the latter's
niece, Mrs. L. J. Crafton.
Go To Portland Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Miles and daughter, Mary
Jeanne, of Roseburg are spending
the weekend In Portland, whpre
they will attend the Ice-Follies.
To Visit O .A. Kennerly Jr.,
arrived in Roseburg Friday from
San Francisco to spend the week
end visiting Mrs. Kennerly and
young son, David.
At Swenson Home Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Nabb of Eugene, form
erly of this city, are spending the
wpekend as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Lorne Swenson, and family,
at Brockway.
Back From Eugene Miss
Helen Nelson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Nelson of Elga
rose, has returned home, follow
ing a few days visiting friends in
Visits Parents Carlton Wilder
of Berkeley, Calif., is spending
Hie holiday weekend In Roseburg
visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs.
A. A. Wilder.
Visiting Here Mr. and Mrs.
A. Ness of Tacoma, Wash., ar
rived in Roseburg Friday to visit
over the weekend with their son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Ness, and family.
Returns to Ship Keith L.
Leach, DKSN of I he U. S. Navy,
has returned to his ship, the U. S.
S. Baker, San Francisco, follow
ing an 18-day leave visiting his
fiance, Miss Yvonne I Halt, and
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lcrny
Hiatl, 4m West Douglas Sheet,
and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
L Leach, Corvallis.
Stale Farm Mutual Insurance
P. O. Box 4S9 Phono 288
116 W. Cass
Over Douglas County Bank
Roof Installation
Any type Fret estimates
All material and Work
Guaranteed Lowest Prices
Denn Wholesale) Co.
North Umpqua Rd.
826 JX-3 461-B-l
for Gas Company Office
. Accomplished Without Inconvenience
to Customers
Commencing June 4, 19 (9, the local office of Californis
Pacific Utilities Company ill be closed on Saturdays,
giving our employes the benefit of a two-day week-end.
This new arrangement is being accomplished without
inconvenience to gas customers. Those who wish to
pay their bills at the Company's office on Saturdays
may do so by placing an envelope containing remit
tance and bill stub in the convenient depository
adjoining the front office dxr. Anv emergency may
be reported for prompt attention by using the emer
gency number listed under the Company's name in
the telephone book.
Jt is row a five-day neck as to office hours, but, as
always, it is a seven-day week of 2-i-hour days for
service to our gas customers.
1 Leave For Minnesota Mr,
and Mrs. Roy Simpson and sons,
I Bpnny and Ronnie, of Roseburg,
left today for Crookston, Minn., to
j snend a year with Mrs. Simpson s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
, oaira
Return Home Mr. and Mrs.
Carl South and sons, Teddv and
Timmie, have returned to their
home In Elgarose, after a visit
with friends in Crescent City,
Calif., over the last weekend.
Weekend Guette Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Casper and daughter,
Mahle, of Myrtle Point were
weekend visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. William Casper, Mrs. Zella
Sinclair and daughter Alice
Jean of Elgarose.
Weekend Here Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Norton of Adair Village ar
rived in Roseburg today to spend
the weekend visiting relatives
and friends.
Leaves For 8an Francisco
Mis. R. E. Crawford of Roseburg
left today for San Francisco,
where she will be joined by her
son, Earl Crawford, who resides
in New Yorl; City, and who is in
San Francisco on business. He
plans to come to Roseburg for a
few days visit, prior to returning
to the east coast.
Receives Ribbons Car la
South, Charlotte Sand and Donna
Sundberg of Elgarose School re
ceived red ribbons for their dress
es, which they displayed Satur
day in the 4-I-r exhibit held at
the Junior High School, and Mar
gie Hanson, Carmen Cooper, Sal
ly Brown and Lolelta Buell of
the school received white rib
bons for their sewing projects.
Opens New Store Pat Can
non, former Roseburg resident,
opened his new store, Lowery's
Men's Wear store, at 72nd and
Sandy in Portland today. He has
been in the uniform division of
the Multnomah Counly Deputy
Sheriffs since moving from Rose
burg lo Portland. His wife, form
erly employed by the Umpqua
Forest Service here, Is now a
secretary for the Bonneville Ad
Arrive For Visit Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Davis and children.
Glenna and David, of Lebanon
have arrived in Roseburg to visit
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Parr and son,
Donald, on East Lone Street. Mr.
Davis will return to Lebanon the
first of the week and his family
will remain for a week's visit. Mr.
Davis was formerly manager of
the Western Auto Supply store in
Roseburg, prior to the purchasing
a company store at Lebanon.
Baccalaureate Planned
For Glide High Grads
Glide High School will end Its
school year next week with the
program announced by Super
intendent John R. Orr as fol
lows: Baccalaureate services will he
held Sunday, May 29, at 8 p.m.
In the Glide Baptist Church, with
Rev. George Kehoe of Mult
nomah Bible College as the
Commencement exercises will
he held In the school auditorium
Thursday, June 2, at 8 p. m.
Dr. Stanley Williamson of Ore
gon State College will be the
A school picnic, sponsored by
the Parent-Teachers Association,
Is scheduled at the school grounds
Thursday, June 2, from 10 a.m.
to 2::t0 A track and field
meet for the elementary students
and next year's first graders is
Madison Leitch Gnff, Gendale,
Calif., serving a jail sentence on
a vagrancy charge, and Fred Fo
gus. Riddle, serving on a dis
orderly conduct charge, have been
released from the count v tail,
Sheriff O. T. "Hud" Carter' re
ported. SERVICE, mm Cbubauw
Utilitiks Company
r-S .5P:. H'-A
school, above, of Elgarose Dis
trict 136 has been consolidated
by vote of the people with Mel
rose District 71 and Cleveland
District 50. Construction of a
now, modern, tive or six-room
school building on centrally
located site is proposed, but
no action can be taken until the
consolidation becomes effective
July I. The three school build
ings will probably have to be
used next year, with the new
structure tentatively scheduled
for use by the start of school
in the fall of 1950. Melrose and
Cleveland were declared "con
ditionally standard" by state in
spectors, and Elgarose, though
not inspected, is considered
similarly rated. The lower pic
ture shows the graduating
eighth graders. From left to
right they are Charlotte Sand,
Donna Sundberg, Carla South,
Mrs, Vera Matthewman, teach
er; Michael Wooton and Glen
Births Announced at
Mercy Hospital
SOWEI.L To Mr. and Mrs.
Maynard H. Sowell, Melrose Star
route, Roseburg, May 26, a son,
Maynard Hamilton Jr.: weight
seven pounds eight ounces.
Mrs. Earl Victor Stratford, Cam
as Valley Star roule, Roseburg,
May 26, a daughter, Suzanne;
weight eight pounds seven oun
ces. GRANT To Mr. and Mrs. T.eo
Donald Grant, Union Gap, May
26, a son, Hickie Don; weight six
pounds ten ounces,
KADY To Mr. and Mrs.
Charles M. Kady, 919 Garden
Valley Road, Roseburg. May 26.
a daughter, Glenna Jean; weight
seven pounds fourteen ounces.
WRIGHT -To Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Wright, 82S S. Main street,
Roseburg, May 25, a son, Chris
Walter; weight eight pounds
eight ounces.
H ETCHER To Mr. and Mrs.
Faul E. Hetcher, Rosehure. Mav
2"i, a daughter, IVnese Cather
ine; weight seven pounds four
State Moose Director
Aids Local Lodge Plans
Charlea Skill, stala director. !
j Loyal Order of Moose, was here Ms i,siee for Harry Delbeit
! from Portland lhursday to help Hughes, a bankrupt.
I correlate plans for the grand; T,e sl,jt siai,.s that on April
I opening of the new Moose Lodge ; is, isms. t,P p,opeitv was sold
: headquarters, to be located at 3J1 ; m Hughes, who on Dec. 21. 1!M8,
So. Stephens St.. and to lay plans petitioned for voltintarv bank
I for class Initiation, dated June 8. . ruptev. The plaintiff demands
I Skill was the guest of Jerry I payment of St-33 alleged due or
j Willis, governor of the Roseburg In 'default to reclaim the property
I cnapier, uoyai inner ot Moose.
300 Amp. Motor Driven
Nearly New
Warner's General Repair
Myrtle Creek Phone 1107
Memorial Day
May 30 2 P. M.
Roseburg Umpqua Chiefs
Exhibition Game
Children 30c
Adults 71c
Tax Included
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Second Holdup In Three
Days Occurs At Coos Bay
COOS RAY, May 28. (Pi-The
second armed robbery within 3
days occurred here Friday but
it didn't net the bandits much
Two men emptied the cash reg
ister of Green's Fats, a small res-
taurant. early Friday morning
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after holding up the cook and an overseas post in the Euro
a waitress. There was only $63 command. The change will
there, however. take place about July 1.
Then the bandits drove off in Walsh's successor as district
a stolen car.
Two men had robbed a service
Annie 1.. isruse nas niea a mre
closure suit on property, describ
ed as lots 1 and 3, block 2, West
Park Place. Shut reins Addition
to Yoncalla. Named as defend- 11., .,. 1 tt hurl ll,,hoc
1 1 ,.,n i i,,i,,',. ,i i- z nfiiMn'
under terms provided by law,
Fred J. Warner. Portland, was
fined SI.) on a chaige of speeding.
paid a S10 fine on a charge of
driving without lights and having
no operator license, reported mu-
niclpal Judge Ira B. Riddle.
Finlay Field
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Northwest Army Engineers
PORTLAND, May 28. (.T
Col. 0. E. Walsh, Portland Dis
trict engineer, was promoted
Thursday to North Pacific Di
vision engineer, succeeding Col.
Theron I). Weaver.
Weaver, who has been divi-
sion head since it was reactivat-
PH in 19-16. will be reassiened to
engineer has not vet been named.
Col L H Hcwilt Seattle dis-
Rice Volley
Mrs. J. G. Wales wishes to j gar McDaniel, 74. retired publish
thank all the people for remem-! er of the Coos Bay Harbor. North
bering her with cards and flow-; fiend weekly newspaper, collaps
ers during her illness, both at j ed with a heart ailment at a
home ami while at the Mercy Hos- tea Thursday. He died shortly,
pital in Roseburg. McDaniel was preparing to take
Mrs. Marguerite Mabury and: a photograph at the North Bend
son Dale, from Seattle, are mak- j library's 35th anniversary tea
ing an extended visit
at the
Charles Ward home.
Mrs. J. W. McDonald who has
spent the past two months in Los
Angeles has returned to her home
Mrs. Kenneth Lamar and son
Bomiy, ami Mis. Lecil Hart lord
and son Cecil, were Roseburg vis -
itors Wednesday Mrs Hartford
and her son called on Mrs, Grace
Grass while In Roseburg.
Roy McCord of Nevis. Alberta,
banana, is visiting at ine nome
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ter Reryl, who has been making
her home at the Rice home while
attending school in Yoncalla.
Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Rice nf
Portland visited the weekend at
the Ervin Rice home.
Rulterflies can tell differences
in Ihe sweetness of liquids that
taste alike to human beings. ,
We do all types of Leather
Work Bridles Belts
Ladies' Purses
Zipper Repair
Brown's Saddle Shop
Custom Made Saddles
and Saddle Repairing
Ph. 1579 J 107 S. Sheridan
M. E. Brawn Roseburg. Ore.
Picture hy Piiul Jrnklnt
Given New Posts
trict engineer, was assigned to
the Panama Canal Zone. He is
being replaced by E. C. Itchner,
present head of the engineers'
military construction operations
in Washington, D. C.
Weaver's European job will not
be new to him. He served in
the European Theater during
World War II, and after Ger
many's surrender, had the task
of restoring industry to produc
tion in the American zone of
COOS BAY. Mav 2S. .P-Ed-
when he was stricken.
Stacey Fenley. owner and op-
oratnp nf Qnuvpr RaniHc Mntnl
! riipd ,utidenlv 'in his office Fri-
riav Funeral arrangements and
! ohniarv wm he i.nnounced later
bv s,ea'rn5 Mottuarv, Oakland.
. '
Graham bread took its name
j f, om Sylvester Graham, an Am-
i PHcan lecturer on temperance
and food reform, who advocated
bread made of wheat flour in
which all the wheat kernel ex
cept the husk is used.
,..T. 7 . .. xHREE SCORE AND TEN . . .
. " ' "i People nowadays live beyond the Biblical span of 70 years. The
i - V Iri"- " w"e man mak5 sllre ,hat he "'H outlive his income. A Sun
! j'" T'' 1 ' h L"' wtirement policy will give
i- i vou a guaranteed income as
Jfefc A ! long as you live. Start avlng . r'v,,'5?S
nsT . i ,oday' w-i
J3 .ji-!--'''1'! ' Sun Life Assurance i
'. - . .y,f i'v-j Company of Canada
Representative " y
Douglas County State Bonk Bldg. -"'-ftf'
Phone 565-R Res. 859
Class Play Presented By
Camas Valley Seniors
The Camas Valley senior class
play, "Hillbilly Courtship," was
presented Thursday evening in
the school auditorium.
The plot was a turmoil, caused
by the Widow Pippin and deaf
oid Pappy Stilsby (feudists), se
cretly engaging the half-witted
village scribe to write the matri
monial bureau for a mate. He
nhiirroc hut encloses the pictures
of Ma's daughter and Pa's son
in their respective letters. The
young folks are already in love.
Complications set m wnen a
rariin talent SCOllt flttemntS tO
sign Ma I best warbler on Hog
Mountain) on tne aottea line.
The cast included: Wheeler. Dnrene Thrush
ttottw niorlrif h .Tanet Mlltirh. Doi-
is Wakefield. Robert Wheeler,
A-lilo Mvora .Terrv Dancer. Arth
ur Pap'st, Jeanne Thrush and
Richard jjiearicn.
Doctor Dies On Duty
In Delivery Room
PORTLAND, May 28. (P) Dr.
Gifford Seitz, 41, died Friday of
a heart attack while on duty
in a deliverf room at St. Vin
cent's Hospital.
Born in Eugene, he attended
La Grande Public Schools and
was graduated from the Universi
ty of Oregon in 1920. In 1939, aft
er medical education here, at
Johns Hopkins University and
Duke University, he began the
practice of obstetrics here.
Survivors include the widow,
president of the Portland Junior
league; a stepson. Joseph Sill; and
his mother at La Grande. -
Tho nmiijlas Cnnntv Court has
.ianoH a Ipace with Genrpe D.
Madison and Anna Madison for
a roadway and gravel stockpile
site on Laughlin Bar, and permis
sion to haul gravel to County
Road 201, known as Madison Road,
In Section 30, Township 23 south,
Range ( west, w.ot
Winston, Oregon Hiway 99 & 42
Phone 837-J-l
For Best In Cabinets ond Woodworking
Windows Doors Frames
Now Guaranteed for the Life
of Your Home
Everything For The Builder
Floed & Mill St. Phone 121
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Adutt Hfflbir of front wheals
Aduit castor of front wheels
Aduit toe-in of front whaeta
Imped klni pin Inclination
Chock wheels for balance
Adutt iteerlng mechanism
Import brakee for drag Roacl tott car
Rose and Oak
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(NEA Tclepkolo)
Charles W. Nicodemus (above), a
Government witness at the trial
of Communist leaders In New
York, testified that a member of
the Communist Party's National
Committee once instructed a group
of followers to prepare for a cam
paign of sabotage against the XJ.
8. "to demoralize the population so
It could support a war with Rus-
The fish called the llounder can
imitate the pattern as well as tha
color of their backgrounds. Plac
ed on a checkerboard, the floun
der will attempt to reproduce the
arrangement of the squares on Itt-bodv.
A good crowd at the Tiller
School Carnival on Saturday
night, May 28.
Phone 80