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6 Th Newt-Review, Roieburg, Ore. Sat., May 28, 1949
Society and GLikl
By LOTUS KNIGHT PORTER
Golden Wedding At Kellogg
V"V It s
Mr. and Mrs. J,
A delightful springtime affair
was the golden wedding celebra
tion, honoring Mr. and Mrs. J.
Ross Hutchinson, at Kellogg
Gra.iee hall, Sunday afternoon,
May 15th. Enjoying the day with
their were their three daughter,
Villa LaRaut, Blanche Bullock and
Lucy Haines, with their families.
The only ones unable to attend
were Lieutenant Althea LaRaut
Luttrel and husband, Lieutenant
Ed Luttrel, who are stationed in
Japan. Also honoring Mr. and
Mrs. Hutchinson were other rela
tives and many old-time and new
friends and neighbors.
The hall, beautifully decorated
with yellow iris, azaleas, and
other springtime flowers and
greenery, made a lovely back
ground for the fifty-year bride
and groom. The bride wore a
rose-colored formal with corsage
of red rose buds, while the groom
wore his usual gray.
The bride's table, with gold
button bouquets and gold-ribboned
arch, from which a banner
with the years 1899-1949 in gold,
was suspended, made an appro
priate setting for the beautifully
decorated white and gold four
tiered wedding cake. It was served
late in the afternoon by Mr. and
Mrs. Franklin Haines after the
bride had cut the first piece.
A short program enjoyed by
all was given, which presented
appropriate songs and tableaux,
to emphasize the various inci
dents given in the story of the
married life of this popular Kel
The story was written and read
by Mrs. Boyd Rader, an old-time
friend of the family. Mrs. Max
Bauer presided at the piano and
Mrs. Franklin Haines assisted
with the singing. Grandchildren
taking part in the tableaux were
James LaRaut, Barbara Bullock,
Bobby and Gerald Haines, Gary
Bullock, Vermilee LaRaut and
Janice Haines. Old friends in
tableaux were Mr. and Mrs.
George Madison, Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Madison and Mr. and Mrs.
Hiram Powell. Members ol the
wedding party were Mrs. Inez
Smith as groom, James Adamo
as the bride and Cecil Denny as
Justice Benedict. Assisting on the
stage were Mrs. Charles Minter,
Mrs. Frank Madison and Mrs.
Mrs. Effie Levins Moore, sister
of the bride and a guest at the
wedding fifty years ago, was
present with her husband Reed
Moore. Also present from Wilbur
was an old-time friend, Eva How
ard Klnsel, who assisted the
groom fifty years ago in pre
paring the cottage for his young
Immediately following the pro
gram was a bountiful potluck
dinner. Assisting with the coffee
and kitchen duties were J. Boyd
Rader, Emma Madison, Inez
Smith, Jen Fisher and Hannah
Mrs. Gladys Peters of Los An
geles had charge of the guest
book and Mrs. Mamie Dlmmlck
of Rosehurg assisted with the
gifts, whirh were opened and ad
mired late In the afternoon. It
was an auspicious fact that all of
Kellogg was arrayed In golden
broom for this golden occasion.
Guests present beside those al
ready mentioned were:
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Peters, l.os
Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moscal
and children of Salem, Earl Gnhle,
Portland and from all over Doug
las County the following: wr. ami
George huiiock aim irai
tVunU Madison. Mr. and
' lrn..nn U'ool nnH Tnmim.
Mr. and Mrs. v. i. noicomo, mi.
Golds Clark, Jennie Rapp Vinson,
n.ti. o,,h Un w I.. Fisher. Sarah
Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Madison
and Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Emel
Anderson, Mrs. V. T. Jackson,
E. J. Madison, Grant Madison,
Mr. and Mrs. Marion .1. Spring
and daughter, Mrs. Fred Barker,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rydell, Mr.
and Mrs. Pavnter and daughters,
Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Thomas, Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Iledden, C. W.
Smith. Mrs. T. B. Virden, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Haines, Mis. Hose
Butler, Mabel Wilson, Mabel Har
ness, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Young,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Connon, Mrs.
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T. J. Slatlery, Mr. and Mrs.
Laurance Holcomb, Donna Ry
dell, Ollie Buck, Mrs. Norman
Rydell and Robert, V. V. Harp
ham, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Binder,
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fisher and
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
G. Anderson and son, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Binder, Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver Johnson, Peggy Toppings,
Mr. and Mrs. kills uartram,
Charlotte and Linda, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Loomis and Ralph
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith, Jan
Smith, Laura Adamo, Terry,
Buddy and Richard; Mr. and Mrs.
VVi F. Powell, Charles Minter, Mr.
and Mrs. D. N. Busenbark, Marie
Gates, Mr. and Mrs. Kldon Fisher
and Carolyn, Jane Wharton, Mrs.
Max Myers, Wilbur Garrison,
Boyd and Dean; Mabel George,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Modi' and
Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mode
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Murdock, Evelyn Moore, Bob F.
Ford and daughters, Sue Wood
ward, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Powell,
Mllo Bullock and Earllne Bullock,
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bullock and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Llovd
Myers and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Rapp and children, George W.
Dlmmlck, Zlba Dlmmlck, Nannie
,1. Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Peterson and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert D. Minter, Willard
Rader, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buell,
Jonce Levins, Floyd Levins, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Seltle and grand
son, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Balrd,
Charles Madison, Loriia and
James Madison and Mr. and Mrs.
Ernie Koope and children.
MISS SHIRLEY HAINES
HONORED AT BRIDAL
8HOWER FRIDAY NIGHT
Mrs. A. G. Moore, Mrs. J. G.
Bacon, Mrs. Cnl Henrv. Mrs. Dave
Henry and Mrs. Cnl' Hunter en
tertained al a lovelv bridal show
er honoring Miss Shirley Haines
at. the Calapooia clubhouse Fri
The lace-covered table was cen
tered with a bowl of beautiful
pansles. Roses and other spring
flowers formed Ihe decorations
about the room. Delicious refresh
ments were senved by the host
esses. Lovely gifls were presented to
Miss Shirley from; Minnie James,
Mable Davenport, Laura Winni
ford. Lauralee Winnlford. Lucille
Starr. Charlene Moore, Grace
Crouch, Lois Mode. Gertrude He
bard. Dorothy Williams. Madge
Miller. Alice Manning, Helen Mini,
son. Hazel Haines. Doris Haron,
Zelmn Goi rell, Eleanor Starr, I.u
ni Scallnn, Patricia Henry, Thej.
ma Broszio, Miirlorie Hios.'io, Ag
nes Wilcox, Norma Jean Wilcox,
Dolly Crben, Peggy Urbeu. Meryl
Murphy, Anna Good. Kathlyn
Roadman, Ro.ella Roadman, Jean
Wilcox, Joyce Kingsbury, Flor
ence Hlgley, Evelyn Richardson,
Lorraine Hill. Donna I ill. Margar
et Ilanon, Elsie Hrosio, Maria
Broszio, Betty Woodruff, Mary
Kamp, Myra Kam'p, Genevieve
Murphy, Delorne Henry, Frankie
Moore.' Vera Bacon, Hope Henry,
Ella Henry. Em Hunter. Martha
Clarke, Violet Forlin, Bessie Ed
wards. Maude Thompson, Janet
Manning. Maria Sonne. Sylvia
Manning, Eloise I.amereaux, Mary
Winnlford. Pearl Hand. Florence
Welch, Opal Welch and Anne
The evening was spent In visit
ing. MRS. ROY CUMMINS
ENTERTAINS CLUB AND
GUESTS AT LUNCHEON
Mrs. Roy Cummins entertained
her bridge' club and several guests
at a charming one o'clock lunch-
con at her allractlve home on
Reservoir Avenue Wednesday aft
'crimen. Red roses formed the
I decorations for the table and room
Covers were placed for Mrs. K.
D. Adams, Mrs. Bert Corkrum,
Mrs. Edward Titcomh, Mrs. Frank
R. Woodwnrlh. guests, and Mrs.
S. J. Cooper, Mrs. Kennel h Bailey,
Mrs. O. It. Hess and Mrs. Fred
erick J. Porter.
High scores for the bririgr play
were won by Mrs. TlttNmih and
Mrs. Cooper with traveling prizes
going to Mrs. Adams and Mm.
FRIENDSHIP NIGHT IS
OBSERVED BY ROSEBURG
CHAPTER OF EASTERN STAR
Roseburg Chapter of the East
ern Star held its "Friendship
Night" on Thursday evening, and
many members from neighboring
chapters were present. Guest of
ficers sat in double chairs with
the regular officers and did a
part of the ritualistic work.
Pink peonies and roses were
used in the chapter room and cor
sages were presented to all guest
officers and honored guests.
Cloyd Riffe sang "Friend of
Mine," a dedication to the visitors.
The courtesy girls presented a
drill, during which Ihe honored
guesls and guest officers re
ceived small tokens. The chapter
choir, under the direction of Clovd
Riffe, sang "God Touched the
Rose" and "Memories." Later in
the evening Mrs. Irene McKlnley
of Portland very charmingly
whistled for the group.
The honored guests of the eve
ning were: Irene McKlnley, Port
land, grand representative of
West Virginia; Alda Williams,
Roseburg, grand representative of
the Province of Saskatechewan;
Opal Burr, worthy matron of
Myrtle Creek chapter; Marion
Gill, worlhy matron of Canyon
ville chapter; Eva Sorley, worthy
matron of Myrtle chapter of Port
land; and W. Frank Brown,
worthy patron of Canyonville
The guest officers of the eve
ning were: Eva Sorley, Portland;
W. Frank Brown, Dorothy Cox,
Carl Hill, Adah Brown, Canyon
ville; Ernestine Ledgerwood,
Pauline Kusler, Verna Conley,
Esther-Hogg, Vera Fraz.ier, La
Vona Kusler. Frances Trask,
Frank Burr, Myrtle Creek; Irma
Cornish, Meryl Wahl, Mary
Barker, Margaret Packer, Oak
land. Refreshments were served in
fhe dining room, where the tables
were decorated with dolls hold
ing May baskets filled with
The last regular meeting, until
September, will he held Thurs
day night, June 2, at 8:00 p.m.
it will be preceded by a special
meeting at 5:00 p.m. for initia
tion only. There will be an initia
tion at the evening meeting also.
Members and visiting members
are Invited to attend.
HORIZON CLUB HAS
AT HOME OF LEADER
The Horizon Club held an In
teresting meeting this week at
the home of the leader, Mrs. Or-
velle Weekly. Plans were made
for a candy and coekle sale to be
held In Ihe near future. It was
decided to enter a float in the
A special meellng will be held
June 1, at seven-thirty o'clock to
complete plans for the float. The
meeting win ne neia at tne
Weekly home at 319 East Third
Refreshments were served to
Dorothy Casey, Mary Anne
Foster, Norma John, Ethel May
Wilson, Janet Buckingham, Nan
ette Desbiens and Betty Tauscher.
The next regular meeting will
be June 13 at four o'clock at the
John home near Kiwanls Park.
A swimming party will be follow
ed by a potluck supper.
MOTHER HONORED AT
Mrs. Mary Hollowav, resident
of Medford for many years and
who has been a freuuent visitor at
Ihe home of her daughter, Mrs.
Will H. Gerrelsen, in Roseburg,
was honored on her 891 h birthday
at a charming parly given
Wednesday at a luncheon in Med
ford at the home of a daughter,
Mrs. James D. Fleming.
Besides Ihe guest of honor, Mrs.
Gerrelsen and the hostess, those
enjoying the occasion were: Mrs.
Elizabeth Gardner, who will he
97 years of age next month; Mrs.
F. F. Hurk, Mrs. Susan Graham,
Mrs. Belle Jones, Mrs. Robert Tay.
lor, Mrs. A. E. Chew and Mrs.
During Ihe day Mrs. Hollowav
received a telephone call from her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. William Holloway, now In
-. a r t n , -
Mrs. James Lorigan (Meta-Marie Amiot) and her daughter and son. Stephanie and Mark, are here
from Berkeley, Calif., visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Amiot, who will take them back to
their home this weekend, (Picture
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
Sunday May 29
Roseburg Country Club.
Monday May 30
Invitational tournament at the
Roseburg Country Club.
Tuesday May 31
P. N. G. Club to meet at 7:30
o'clock dessert-supper at home of
I Mrs. Maggie Dent, 845 South
i Pine street, with Ona Williams,
Ruble Bloom, Maude Needham
and Ella Fenley, hostesses. En
tertainment in charge of Mil
dred Thompson, Lena Poole and
Northside Bible Study Circle
to meet at 2:30 p.m. at home
of Mrs. Edith S. Ackert on Win
Primary Association of Latter
Day Saints Church closed for
Wednesday June 1
Roseburg Art and Embroidery
Club to meet in afternoon at
home of Mrs. H. F. Snyder, 709
Horizon Club special meeting
at 7:30 p.m. at home of leader,
Mrs. Orvelle Weekly, 319 E.
Third Avenue North, to complete
plans for rodeo float.
Ceramics department of Arts
and Crafts Club to meet in eve
ning at home of Mrs. Kenneth
Ford, 1385 Madrone, Laurelwood.
O.E.S. Canyonville, Oregon
Chapter No. 57 to meet at 8:15
p.m. at hall with Marion Gill,
worthy matron, In charge. Mem
bers and visiting members are
Bellview Club to meet at picnic
luncheon at Umpqua Park at
Friendly Hour Club to meet
in aflernon at home of Mrs.
Thursday June 2
, Country Club women to meet
at. 8:30 a.m. at club course for
golf. Luncheon at. 12:30 and con
tract bridge play at 1:30.
Olalla Busy Steppers Club to
hold potluck luncheon at noon
at picnic grounds. If weather is
inclement, the meeting will be
held at the Olalla hall.
Roseburg Chapter of Eastern
Star last meeting until Septem
ber at 8 p.m. at Masonic temple.
It will be preceded by a special
meeting at 5 p.m. for initiation
only. There will lie an initiation
also In the evening. Members
and visiting members are in
vited. Mrs. A. J. Ellison, worthy
matron, will preside.
Fair Oaks Industrial Club to
meet at schoolhouse for all-day
session and noon potluck lunch
eon. Sewing and quilling for the
club will be the project for the
West Melrose Club to meet
at 1:30 o'clock dessert-luncheon
at home of Mrs. E. M. Seeley.
Eagles Auxiliary drill team to
practice at 8 p.m. at Eagles hall.
Mid week Bible Class to meet
aat 2 p.m. at parish house with
Mrs. Vogt and Mrs. Erny, co
hostesses. Elgarose Comfort Club to meet
In afternoon at home of Mrs.
James Andrews with Mrs. Clar
ice Brown, co-hostess.
Merry-Go-Round Club lo meet
at 1:30 dessert-luncheon at home
of Mrs. J. K. Masters at Winston.
Roseburg Chapter, American
Gold Star Mothers, Inc., regular
meeting at 2:30 at Armory. Those
eligible to membership are urged
Friday June 3
Deer Creek Livestock Club,
"The Hustlers," to hold picnic
Here At Amiot Home
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K -"V jir?f3w;v r
by Paul Jenkins.)
at H. W. Crlsler farm on Buck
horn road." Parents of members
invited to attend also.
United Workers Class of the
First Christian Church to meet
at 2 p.m. at home of Mrs. Harvey
Wells, 519 Fowler street.
Saturday June 4
Eden Ladies Aid of Elgarose
Lutheran Church to sponsor a
strawberry social in evening at
the church. Public Invited.
Pythian Sisters to sponsor a
benefit dance at 8 p.m. at K.
of P. hall to help send K. of
P. Girls Drum Corps to Port
land Rose Festival. Refresh
ments to be sold. Music to be
donated by Wheeler .'imily. Pub
lic invited. ,
Catholic ladies rummage sale
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in base
ment of rectory on East Oak
Gold Star Mothers Chapter
rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. in Episcopal parish hall.
Those having articles to be pick
ed up are asked to telephone
8o4-J, or 958.
MISS CAROLYN KOBERNIK
LOVELY BRIDAL SHOWER
A charming pre nuptial shower
was given Wednesday evening ar
Ihe A. W. Kobernik home in
honor of Miss Carolyn Kpbernik.
whose wedding will be an event
of June 18 at the First Presby
terian Church. Hostesses were
Mrs. Bess Lounsbury and Mrs.
Mabel Garrlck. ,
The rooms were beautifully dec
orated in white crepe paper and
white wedding bells, tall White
tapers and roses and Iris form
ing the background.
The lace-covered table was clev
erly decorated with a miniature
wedding party with a white
sprinkling can decorated with
wedding bells suspended over the
Appropriate games were played
and the honoree was asked to
pull aside a shower curtain, re
vealing a table laden with many
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Garrick and Mrs. Louns
bury to Miss Kobernik, guest of
honor, and Mrs. S. Cvrus, Mrs.
E. Brvce, Mrs. C. Harding, Mrs.
M. Blirt, Mrs. H. Laurence, Mrs.
V. Laurence, Mrs. E. Forrest,
Mrs. G. Folmsbee. Mrs. B. Fergu
son. Mrs. M. Harryman, Mrs.
R. Heinbach. Mrs. G. Hess, Mrs.
H. Lander, Mrs. M. Bloom. Mrs.
F. Weaver, Mrs. M. Waggler,
Mrs. C. Prussia, Mrs. S. Winston,
Mrs. C. Jackson, Mrs. R. Jenkins,
Mrs. R. Baker, Mrs. L. Bilger,
Mrs. R. Bloom. Mrs. E. Bond,
Mrs. M. Thomas, Mrs. E. Whee
land. Mrs. B. Tinton, Mrs. J.
Thomas, Mrs. B. McEwen. Mrs.
G. Stafford. Mrs. V. Rice. Mrs. H.
Pendergrass, Mrs. E. Nlckerson.
Mrs. M. McCord, Mrs. 1. Mcuoweu
Mrs. P. Little, Mrs. M. Lange,
Mrs. M. Lander. Mrs. M. Kober
nik, Mrs. B. Harp. Mrs. M. Mark-
bam, Mrs. K. KonerniK, mrs. u.
Hume and Mrs. M. Vaughn.
DINNER PARTY IS
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Berrie and
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. McCllntock
entertained al a very lovely seven
o'clock dinner-party at the at
tractive Berrie home on East
Douglas Street, having as guesls:
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Morgan,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Helweg, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert H. Savage, Dr.
and Mrs. H. C. Church, Dr. and
Mrs. Kenneth W. Kinney, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Harding and Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Wilder.
Roses formed the attractive
decoralions for the occasion. High
scores in the evening's contract
bridge play were won. by Mrs.
Morgan and Mr. Helweg.
VISITORS AT LUNCHEON
AT THEIR HOME TODAY
Attorney and Mrs. Ray B. Comp
ton entertained as luncheon guesls
at their home loday: Leslie Scott,
former state treasurer. Sovereign
Grand' Inspector General of Scot
tish Rile Masons of Oregon, and
his deputy, C. C. Van Gorder.
Mr. Scott is also past Grand Mas
ter of the Oregon Lodge.
Marry At Methodist Parionage, May 14th
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Miss Patricia Mae Fischer,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
don Fischer, 14B1 East N. Street,
Grants Pass, became the bride of
Robert Kenneth Krell, son of Mr.
and Mrs. G. M. Krell, 715 S. Pine
street, Roseburg, at an impres
sive ceremony at the Methodist
parsonage in Roseburg, May 14th.
Rev. W. A. MacArthur performed
the ceremony at four o'clock in
Two large baskets, filled with
stock and snapdragons, flanked
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, wore a white wool
gabardine suit, fashioned dress
maker style, with white hat trim
med in navy blue, navy bag and
shoes and white gloves. Her cor
sage was of bany orchids.
Miss Ella Lee Carlsen, Port
land, was maid of honor and
wore a dusty pink suit with
MRS. JON WILSON JR.
HONORED AT CHARMING
A lovely afternoon devotion
al reception honoring Mrs. Jon
Wilson Jr., was sponsored on
Sunday by Mrs. Arthur Marsh
on behalf of the Woman's Society
of Christian Service of the Look
Ingglass Church. The reception
was held in the spacious home
of Mr. and Mrs. Marsh.
An opening prayer was given
by Mrs. Walter Monger. Miss
Winifred Williams presented a
short biographical s Ketch of
George Matheson Including the
circumstances under which he
wrote the poem, "O Love That
Wilt Not Let Me Go." and the
group then joined In singing
the hymn with Miss JoAnn Voor
hies piano accompanist. Miss Lois
Swift gave a reading of the
Hrith Psalm. A brief sketch of
the life of Joseph Scriven was
given by Miss Lorraine Jacoby
together with the story con
nected with the writing of his
hymn, "What a Friend We Have
lii Jesus." The group then joined
in the singing of this hymn.
Mrs. Wilson was presented a
lovely bassinet of pink and blue
gifts. Assisting Mrs. Marsh with
the refreshments and serving
were her daughter-in-law, Mrs.
George Marsh, Sirs. A. A. Jacoby,
Mrs. C. N. Currier, Mrs. Corvln
Heard and the Misses Lorraine
Jacoby, Winifred Williams, Lois
Swift, JoAnn Voorhles, Dixie Nay
and Eloise Ollivant.
Present for the occasion were:
the honor guest. Mrs. Jon Wil
son Jr., Mrs. Jon Wilson Sr.,
Miss Gladys Johnstone and Mrs.
Lawrence" Hersher of Dillard.
Mrs. C. A. Heater of Happy Val
ley; Mrs. C. N. Currier and
daughter Miss Frances, of Rose
burg; Mrs. Cliff Harner, Mrs.
Thomas Buckle, Mrs. Flora Low
den, Mrs. Gary Swan, Mrs. Neil
sen and small son; Mrs. Wayne
Swan and two small daughters;
Mrs. LeRov Nelson. Mrs. Clar
ence Nay. Mrs. Elijah Ollivant,
Mrs. Laura Storev. Mrs. Ivan
Swift, Mrs. Jim Williams, Mrs.
Charles Dysert, Mrs. Walter
Monger, Sirs. Edna Williams.
Mrs. Charles Green. Mrs. Mil
ton Vance, Mrs. Houck and daugh
ters Marv Ann and Dottie. and
j the hostess and her assistants.
JONATHAN HAYNER IS
I HONORED AT PARTY ON
! FIRST BIRTHDAY
Jonathan Hayner. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Hayner. cele
brated his first birthday it a
delightful party Thursday aft-
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Mr, and Mrs. Robert K. Krell
while accessories and a corsage
of gardenias. Thomas Jacobson
of Roseburg was best. man.
The bride's mother wore a
ashes of roses colored dress with
matching hat trimmed in navy
and navy accessories. The bride
groom's mother wore 'an aqua
colored dress with hat to match
and white accessories. Both
mothers wore- corsages of gar
denias. Besides the immediate families
of the couple, guests present
were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sulli
van of Roseburg; Mr. and Mrs.
John K. Mattson of St. Helens,
grandparents of the hride; Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. Ellsberg, Port
land, uncle and aunt of the bride;
Miss Deloise Peterson, a cousin,
Miss Jean Graffenberger, and
Web Ross, of Oregon State Col
A dinner followed at the Rose
ernon at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Mc Coy.
Gifts were presented to Jon
athan from Danny Lee Mc
Coy, Mrs. Carl VVimberly Jr.,
and children, Carolyn and Lee;
Mrs. Leland K. VVimberly and
daughter, Leslie; Mrs. Ray Puck
ett and son, Billy; Mrs. "Walton
and daughters, Anne and Sarah;
Mrs. Stewart and children, Jer
ry and Betty, and the children's
grandmother, who is visiting
here from the east, and the host
esses, Mrs. McCoy and Mrs.
Favors as prizes were pre
sented to each guest. Pictures
were taken of the group and
later in the afternoon refresh
ments were served and the birth
day cake, lighted by one tiny
candle, was cut.
EXEMPLER GROUP HAS
DELIGHTFUL TEA AT
BOWKER HOME SUNDAY
The Exempler group of Beta
Sigma Phi met Sunday at a
charming 4:30 o'clock tea Sun
day at the attractive home of
Mrs. M. C. Bowker on South
Main street, at which time the
exempler degree was conferred
on the following: Mrs. W. G.
j Schoenleber, Mrs. Richard Cren
I shaw, Mrs. Irene Tozier, Mrs.
George Luoma and Mrs. Ray
New officers installed included:
Mrs. E. F. Marcell, president;
Mrs. Joseph Wiknff, vice-president;
Mrs. Sidney Moon Jr.,
treasurer; Mrs. Bernard Saar,
secretary; Mrs. Clair K. Allen,
(director, and Mrs. J. R. Whar
i ton. sponsor.
Yellow roses formed the dec
I orations for the tea table. Others
! present Included Mrs. Jackson
Beaman, Mrs. Charles E. Hart,
I Mrs. Worth Davis, Dr. Eleanore
: Carlson and Mrs. M. C. Bowker.
J Later in the evening the group
enjoyed dinner at Carl's Haven.
! MISS HELEN CASEY
: IS HOSTESS FOR
BRIDGE CLUB TUESDAY
! Spring flowers formed a pretty
! motif for the one o'clock luncheon
! given by Miss Helen Casey Tues
iday. when she entertained her
bridge club at her lovely home on
Covers were placed for Miss
Naomi Scott, guest, and Mrs.
Chester Morgan. Mrs. D. B. Bu
bar, Mrs. Clair K. Allen. Mrs. P.
M. Lee. Mrs. C. B. Wade. Mrs.
Ivan Pickens and the hostess.
: Miss Casey.
! High score tor the afternoon's
. bridge play wa won bv Mrs.
Picture by Master Studio
Hotel for the Immediate families
and bridal party. The, wedding
cake, flanked by arrangements
of roses and white candles, grac
ed the table. Mrs. E. W. Ells
berg, Portland, aunt of the bride,
served the cake.
Following a wedding trip to
California via the coast route in
a new Studebaker Iwedding gift
from the bridegroom's parents),
Mr. and Mrs. Krell went to Dia
mond Lake May 23 for the sum
mer, where Mr. Krell is employ
ed by the forest service. They
will go to Corvallis in September,
where Mr. Krell will complete
his senior year at Oregon State
College. The bridegroom is well
known In Roseburg, having at
tended the local schools, where
he was an outstanding athlete
and stood high in scholastic
studies. He is prominent in
athletics at Oregon State College.
! MRS. LAURANCE IS
i HONORED AT DELIGHTFUL
SHOWER PARTY TUESDAY
Among the social affairs given
for Mrs. Danford A. Laurance
was the miscellaneous shower
given by Mrs. Helen Buell at her
home in Dillard on Tuesday.
The house was beautifully deco
rated with roses and snapdragons
arranged by Mrs. Rosa Heinbach
from her gardens. The gift table
covered with a lace cloth, was
centered with a cryslal bowl of
snapdragons and matching can
dle holders with green tapers.
The entertainment consisted of
Games, a Hillhilly Band and a
dramatic skit entitled "Hillbilly
Hoedown Done Country Style.
Each couple was introduced by
th?. mistress of ceremonies, Mrs.
Virginia Laurance. The first cou
ple, Patsy Montana and Spike
Jones was enacted bv Othal
Barnes and daughter, Carol Sue;
couple number two, Mae West
and Lou Franco by Ruby Peter
son and Lena Burks; couple num
ber three, ' Shirley Tempi" and
Cisco Kid. bv Shii'lev Siegal and
Phyllis Paroz; last but not least,
couple number four, Marv Pick
ford and William S. Hart, by
Vivian Laurance and Helen Buell,
The guest hook was in charge
of Carol Sue Barnes.
The honored guest was assisted
with the opening of her gifts by
Sharon Hersher and Inn Lee
Heinbach. After expressing her
i thanks and appreciation for the
many beautiful and useful gifts,
.delectable refreshments were
served by the gracious hostess,
;Mrs. Helen Buell to sixty guests.
j GLADYS H. STRONG
j PRESENTS PUPILS
'IN RECITAL WEDNESDAY
i On Wednesdav evening, pupils
;of Miss Gladys Strong were pre
i sented in a piano recital. The
group was largely made up of
boys but sisters of Ihe bovs were
also Included in ths recital. Lit
tle beginners, some playing for
the first time, as well as inter
mediate students were presented.
The program w,t verv interest
ing and the pupils who' had play-
I evi i'i-iiMt- Muiweu real progress,
j The families and friends of the
: pupils were invited and a social
I time was enjoyed at the close of
i the program.
The following pla- ed:
! Arnold Jackson, Maureen Hall
i mark. Joe Hallmark. Allen Ford,
! Carmen Ford. Richard Felker,
! Carleen Felker. Tommv Lindell.
i Eddie Lindell. Peter Wa'rg. Steph
en Hall. Duke Ricketts. Carole
Roucock. Caroline Boucock. Bill
Boucock. Camille Robertson. John
Marvin Robertson. Tom Tavlor,
i and Roland Wagner.