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Society and Glubi
By LOTUS KNIGHT PORTER
Rose Festival Junior Princess
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Of Interest to many friends In Roseburg Ii the choosing of nine-year-old
Judy O'Malley, student Holy Redeemer School In Portland,
II a Junior princess lor the 1949 Rose Festival.
Judy was born In Roseburg and Is a daughter of Mr, and Mrs.
C. M. O'Malley. Her mother, Euleta Langenberg, Is a twin sister
0 Miss Coletta Langenberg of this city. Judy Is a granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Langenberg of Roseburg. The festival will
take plaoe next week In Portland.
THIMBLE CLUB MEETt
AT ENJOYABLE POTLUCK
LUNCHEON ON MONDAY
Neighbors of Woodcraft Thim
ble Club members enjoyed a de
lightful 1:30 o'clock potluok
luncheon Monday at the home
of Mrs. James Miller.
Covers were placed for Mis.
George Campbell and Mrs, Vic
tor Bean and two daughters,
guests, and Mrs. Henry Ersklne,
Mrs. Cynthia Gcrmond, Mrs. P.
E. Beaver, Mrs. Robert Burton,
Mrs. George Croucher, Mrs. Wil
lis Myers, Mrs. Cora Dourte, Mrs.
Naomi Joiner, Mrs. Hattle Neal,
Miss Virginia Rlehllng, Mrs. V.
R. Hallcraft, Mrs. W. P. Fred
rlckson, Mrs. Nora Frauendlner,
Mrs. John Worthlngton, Mrs.
Lydla Hooper, Mrs. A. D. Hawn,
Will Reign As 1 949 Rodeo Queen
Wfc5r iV-tfAu f
MIh Nadtns Spark
MIsi Ndent Sparkt, daughter daughter of Georga L. Routledge
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of Mrs. Helen Spark and iranol Roseburf, 1U reign ai queen
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and the hostess, Mrs. Miller.
Sewing and vLslllng were en-
Joyed during the social hour. The
next meeting will be June id
at a 1:30 o'clock potluck lunch
eon at the home of Mrs. Gcr
mond on East Douglas street.
Those attending are asked to
bring their own table service.
MR. AND MRS. DOMENICO
ENTERTAIN AT ENJOYABLE
DINNER AT THEIR HOME
Mr. and Mrs. C. Domenlcn en
tertained at a very enjoyable din
ner at their home Sunday, hav
ing as guests Mrs. W. Heydon
Kisk ana son, Heydon, of Port
land; Miss Helen Casey and Miss
Naomi Scott. The Flsks were
neighbors of the Domenlcos, prior
to moving to Portland.
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AT J. E. DENT HOME
The Past Noble Grands Club
met Tuesday night ata seven
thirty o'clock dessert-supper at
the home of Mrs. Maggie
Dent with Mrs. Ona Williams,
Mrs. Ruble Bloom and Mrs. Maud
Needham, assisting hostesses. The
tables were beautifully decorated
with spoon dolls dressed In pink
crepe paper costumes with lace
paper (rills, and bouquets of
A short business meeting was
conducted by the president, Miss
V. Vivian Logsdon. Games were
In charge of Mrs. Lena Poole and
Mrs. Nona Thompson. Attending
were Miss V. Vivian Logsdon,
Mrs. Maud Needham, Mrs. Ruble
Bloom, Mrs. Ona Williams, Mrs.
Margaret A. Saunders, Mrs. Elsie
Mills, miss ina i-arnsworin, mis.
Louise Young, Mrs. Ruth Reese.
Mrs. Maltle Gosnell, Mrs. Ethel
Busenbark, Mrs. Emma S. Taylor,
Mrs. Elsie Russell, Mrs. Tillie I
Johnson, Mrs. Dora Dixon. Mrs,
Susie Jackson, Mrs. Ethel Bailey,
Mrs. Mayme Pickens, Mrs. Mag
ele Dent. Mrs. Alvla Wetherell.
Mrs. Lena C. Poole, Mrs. Naomi
Murdock, Mrs. Nona Thompson,
Mrs. Viola Spencer, Mrs. Mamie
text, mis. uaynise Beach, Mrs.
Alice uon anti Mrs. Liia Lenox,
Hostesses for the June 23rd
meeting include: Mamie Fett,
Louise Young, Virginia Marr and
Mamie Hudnell. The meeting
place win oe announced later.
BRIDAL SHOWER IS
GIVEN IN HONOR OF
Miss Colleen Ireland was hos
tess to Epsilon Sigma Alpha's
nnnai snower, nononng Miss Mel
va Richardson Thursday evening
at ner nome on Douglas street.
Lovely bouquets of soring flow.
ers were placed throughout the
room. Various party games were
played during tne evening and
the president, Miss Joyce Wamp
ler, announced the new officers
elected for next year are: presi-
dent, Mrs. Hex Gardner; vice-
president, Miss Ardylh Andrus;
secretary, Miss Betty Hunnlcutt;
treasurer, Miss Colleen Ireland;
social chairman, Mrs. Ward Cum
mings, Jr.; historian, Mrs. Tyler
h.vans; ways and means, Mrs,
Robert Elliott, and program
chairman. Mrs. Richard Oadway,
Following the opening of the
gifts, Miss Ireland served lovely
refreshments to the guest of hon
or, Miss Richardson, and Mrs.
Wm. Benson. Miss Gerry Merch
ant, Miss Ardylh Andrus, Mrs.
Tyler Evans, Mrs. I. J. Bean, Mrs.
Robert tlliott, miss Joyce wamp
ler. Miss Nancy Lehman, Mrs.
Ward Cummlngs Jr.. Mrs. E. J.
Rodgers, Mrs. Hex Gardner, miss
Bettv Hunnicutt, Mrs. Howard
Thomas, Miss Delores Wagoner,
Mrs. Art Bartlett, Mrs. uon cas
key and Mrs. Richard Gadway.
MRS. JENNIE DEARDORFF
ENTERTAINS AT LAWN
PARTY ON WEDNESDAY
Mrs. Jennie Deardorff enter
tained at a delightful lawn party
at her home on North Myrtle
Wednesday afternoon. The dis
play of household plastics was in
charge of Mrs. Alice Overbeck
of Roseburg and was greatly en-
Joyed. Games were played and
prizes were awarded.
Delicious refreshments were
served by Mrs. Deardorff to:
Florence Haley, Margaret Naas,-
Henrietta Wilson, Mrs. a. A. fclm
gren, Gloria Mlckle, Yvonne
Daniels, Mrs. R. C. Maddox, Mrs.
Robert A. Palmer and Mrs. Alice
I over tha 1W Juna 17-18-19.
Pictura by Bertram Shoemaker
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MRS. LYLE FENNER
HONORED AT SURPRISE
PINK AND BLUE SHOWER
Mrs. J. B. Josse and Mrs. Jack
Fariss Sr., entertained at a very
lovely surprise pink and blue
shower party at the former's at
tractive home In Laurelwood
Monday evening In compliment
to Mrs. Lyle Fenner. Iris formed
the decorations for the occasion.
Lovely gifts were presented to
Mrs. Fenner from: Miss Carol
Kerr, Miss Laura Patton, Miss
Betty Crocker, Mrs. Ralph Smith,
Mrs. Leroy Hlatt, Miss Yvonne
Hlatt, Mrs. D. W. Helllwell, Mrs.
Allen Cordon, Mrs. Robert Brown
ing, Mrs. Ernest Barker Jr., and
the hostesses, Mrs. Josse and Mrs.
Cards were In play during the
uieHsanc souai nours wnn Mrs.
Helllwell and Mrs. Hlatt winning
the prizes. Lovely refreshments
were served later In the evening
by Mrs. Josse and Mrs. Fariss.
JANICE PLUM M E R AND
DORIS RANO PRESENTED
IN CHARMING RECITAL
A very delightful piano recital
was given last Monday evening
by Janice Plummer and Doris
Rand, talented pupils of Miss
Their program was very Inter
esting Including music of the class
ic, romantic, and modern com
posers. Their playing was artis
tic having good tone, rhythm and
a musical concept of their num
bers. Miss Rand is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rand. She
is a member of the Senior class
of Roseburg High school. She
plans to enter the Northwest
School of Commerce In Portland
Miss Plummer Is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Plummer.
She is also a rhember of the Sen
ior class of Roseburg High. She
plans to enter Lewis and Clark
College next year to major In
The recital to which friends of
the girls had een Invited was
given at Miss Strong's home. A
social hour was enjoyed at the
close of the program. Miss Strong
was assisted In servlne bv Mrs.
Plummer, Mrs. Rand, Mrs. Hom
er Grow, Miss Shirley Helweg,
and Miss Harriet Booth.
The program Included:
Bach Gavotte and Musette
Bagalelle Op. 119 No. 11
Bagatelle Op. 119 No. 3
Bach Plranl Arioso
Bach Prelude In D Major
K.P.E. Bach ....Rondo In B Minor
Grieg Dance Caprice
Chopin Prelude In A Major
MazurKa up. bn wo. 1
Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2
Chopin Waltz- Op. 69 No. 2
iNociurne up. Si xno. l
Chimes of Saint Patrick's
Niemann Mirror Lake
Jean Williams Low Tide
Ropper Cossack Dance
i Miss Rand
Debussy, Golliwogg's Cake Walk
The Little Shepherd
Cyril Scott Passacaglia
miss r lummer
WOMEN'S CLUB MEMBERS
PLAN QUEST PLAY-DAY
FOR NEXT THURSDAY
Women of the Rosebure Coun
try Club met Thursday morning
at (he club course for golfing
with Mrs. H. C. Stearns winning
for putts in Class A, and with
Mrs. Konert H. savage ana Mrs.
G. W. Marshall tying for first
place in Class B.
Luncheon was served at noon
to Mrs. E. A. Pearson, president,
Miss Naomi Scott, Mrs. Emily
E. Judd. Mrs. J. F. Dillard. Mrs.
H. C. Stearns, Mrs. James Hugh
es, Mis. Kenneth Bailey, Mrs. C.
E. Wimberly Sr., Mrs. Maurice
L. Hallmark, Mrs. A. B. Collier,
Miss Helen Casey, Mrs. L. K.
Fles, Miss Margaret Baum of
San Francisco, Mrs. Frederick
Chapman Jr., Mis. R. D. Bridges,
Mrs. L. G. Twohy, Mrs. Joe Per-
rault. Mrs. Bill Courier. Mrs. J.
H. McCov, a guest, Mrs. L. E.
McClinlock. Mrs. Harold E.
Schmeer, Mrs. E. R. Harvey, Mrs.
Walter Badges. Mrs. Herman
Matisnff, Mrs. John Killlp. Mrs.
Abe Bean. Mrs. (J. w. Marshall.
Mrs. Robert H. Savage. Mrs. Ken
neth Quine and Mrs. O. M. Ber
rie. Plans wore completed for the
guest plavdav affair to be held
next Thursday, June 9th. Golf
ing will begin at nine o'clock In
the mornlne. followed by lunch
eon at twelve-thirty o'clock and
the contract bridge play at one
Plans were also made for a
Western dance affair for the eve
ning of June 11 at nine o'clock
at the clubhouse for members
and their Invited guests. Those
attending are asked to wear west
ern attire. An old-fashioned hay
ride Is planned to be followed by
a bonfire and wiener roast.
Contract bridge was in play
during the aflernoon wllh Mrs.
Robert H. Savage winning high
score: Mrs. E. R. Harvey, second,
and Mrs. Walter Brydges, third.
MR. AND MRS. SPAKOWSKY
ENTERTAIN AT LOVELY
DINNER ON WEDNESDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Spakowsky
and son. David, entertained at a
verv lovelv dinner at their home
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jim Niel
sen and son and daughter, Har
old and Nancy, who are leav
ing the first of the week for
their home In Omaha, follow
ing the winter and spring here.
Additional guests were the Mel
sens' son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kent, and
baby son, Jerry,
Snapdragons and tall tapers
graced the prettily appointed
table. Cards were played during
tne social nour.
MRS. REUBEN JOHNSON
ENTERTAINS CIRCLE 4,
AT LOVELY LUNCHEON
Mrs. Reuben Johnson entertain
ed members of Circle, No. 4, at a
very enjoyable one o'clock lunch
eon at her brautlful home at
Idleyld Frldav afternoon. Covers
weit placed for 19.
A wniie elephant and candy
sale wns enjoyed during the social
hour, after which the program
LODGE HAS PROGRAM
AND MEETING TUESDAY
Members of Roseburg Rebekah
Lodge No. 41 were hilariously en
tertained with a take-off on the
popular radio program, "What's
the Name of That Song, arrang
ed by Velma Herman, chairman
of the Good of the Order commit
tee, Tuesday night at the I.O.O.F,
hall. Participating in the skit
were: Musician Pianissimo
Pugh, beautifully attired In a
quaint costume with picture hat,
and played by Mrs. Evelyn Fred
rlckson; Madame Fill-In, dressed
in an azure blue gown and wear
ing a red headband, was master
ol ceremonies and played by Uli
ver Plumer, who was assisted by
Billy wnozit, in a dark blue bust
ness suit, played by Mrs. Oliver
Fluiner, and contestants were:
Mary Alice Mortensen as Beau
Brummel; Happy, an ex-marlne.
Mrs. Blanche Marr; Susie, a red
head, played by J. Harley Smith
Orville Sweeney, a gardener, by
Mrs. Rita Fritts; Mortimer Snurd,
by Mrs. Nora Frauendlner; Cacy
Jones by Mrs. Helena Mays; Pon
cho, in Mexican costume, played
by Paul Krueger. Mrs. Herman
did the announcing. Prizes were
awarded all contestants.
The meeting opened with Nora
Frauendlner, noble grand, with
Mary Alice Mortensen, vice-grand,
assisting. Visitors introduced
were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc
Cabe of New Canaan, Conn.
Officers elected were: Noble
grand, Mary Alice Mortensen;
vice grand, Golda Nickell; record
ing secretary, Nona Thompson;
treasurer, uuie Krueger.
Delegates to the Rebekah As
sembly convention at North Bend,
May 17-1819, gave reports. Many
fine comments were reported on
the work of the Roseburg Re
bekah degree staff, who exempli
fied the degree work the evening
of May 18. Among Roseburg
members attending the North
Bend lodge meeting were Mrs.
Evelyn Frcdrickson, Mrs. Nora
Frauendiner, Mrs. Mary Alice
Mortensen, Mrs. Ollle Krueger,
Mrs. Laverne Nickens, Mrs. Alice
Goff, Mrs. Ruth Plumer, Mrs. De
lores Hansen, Mrs. Nina Coons,
Mrs. Mabel Bartsoff, Mrs. Daynlse
Beach, Mrs. Hazel Reed, Miss
Dorothy Smith, Mrs. Thella Web
ber, Mrs. Edith Brook, Mrs. Betty
Neureiler, Mrs. Gertrude Hat
field, Mrs. Ethel Swayze, Mrs.
Mildred Gardner, Mrs. Fay Jen
spn, Mrs. Ada Hanah, Mrs. Amy
Kruse, Mrs. Mary Curtis, Miss V.
Vivian Logsdon, D. N. Frauendin
er, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harley Smith,
Mrs. Jean Leonard, Mrs. Ona
Williams. Mrs. Lena Poole. Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Dent, Mr. and Mrs.
Artnur Mconeney, Mrs. Minnie
South, Mrs. Alvera Peterson, Oli
ver Plumer, Mrs. Velma Herman,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bailey, Charles
Dlmmick and Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Refreshments were served In
the dining room by Mrs. Helena
Hays, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nlcosin,
Mrs. Lotus Graves, Mrs. Wanda
Phillips, Mrs. Naomi Murdock
and Mrs. Rita Fritts.
The next meeting will be June
14 at eight o'clock at the hall.
Members of the Rebekah degree
are cordially invited. Hattle
(iuerin has volunteered to make
the coffee for the sack lunch to
be brought by the members.
V. VIVIAN LOGSDON
OF B. P. W. C. AT MEETING
Miss V. Vivian Logsdon was
installed new president of the
Roseburg Business and Profes
sional Women's Club at the last
meeting held Monday night at the
Methodist Church parlors. Mrs.
Stella Spencer was installing of
ficer and other officers Installed
were: Flossie Vlrden, vice-president;
Virginia Ashcraft, record
ing secretary; -Vera Jones, cor
responding secretary; Gladvs Fo
ley, treasurer, and Helen Emery,
I he past president s guard was
presented to the retiring presi
dent, Mrs. Jean Whlttenburg and
the gaval guard was presented to
Miss Logsdon. Corsages were pre
sented to the new officers and
lovely refreshments were served
by Mabel Husak, Luella While
head, Edyth Gilmour, assisted by
Miss Logsdon and Miss Vera Fred
rlckson. The next meeting will be a six
thirty o'clock potluck picnic June
13th at the home of Sula Parkin
son at Winston. The initiation em
blem ceremony will he presented.
The out going officers, Jean Whlt
tenburg, V. Vivian Logsdon, Flos
sie Vlrden, Gladys Foley, Mari
etta Powers and Mary Chapman,
will serve as hostesses. Those de
siring transportation are asked to
call Miss Logsdon.
CLUB MEMBERS ENJOY
DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR AT
HOME OF MRS. RONK
Mrs. Keath Ronk entertained
the Linger Longer Club members
at a very delightful affair at her
home Friday evening. Games
were played and visiting and
story telling were enjoyed. Game
prizes went to Mrs. Henry Tro
baugh and Mrs. Gordon Burnett
with consolation prizes going to
Mrs. Henry Weber and Mrs. Mil-
rirH Mhnnnt- Qlnrv tnllinn
r,H nt tr." Mr. rA r.m-rfnn
and Mrs. Gordon Burnett. ! ff rk'n' tMr- ?.oberf Kent Mrs.
Delicious refreshments were !.v Mta,he,w'5'J?'r; Robert Sabin,
served to Mrs. Roy Gordon. Mrs. M-, Fr.ank,.CBr1''' of "y"18
Mildred Mahonev, Mrs. Henrv I Creek Mrs. V erdun Bciucock Mrs.
Weber, Mrs. Art Wilken. Mrs. ! Craig Short .Mrs. W alter elker,
Henry Trobaugh, Mrs. Cecil Cal- Mr- ,B- Rhodes and Mrs. Rob
lahan. Mrs. Gordon Burnett, Mrs. ert Phillips.
Kenneth Ronk. Mrs. Glover Clay-1 , .,,--. ,.
ton and the hostess, Mr.. Keath
MRS. BARTLETT ANO
MRS. RODGERS HONORED
AT SHOWER SATURDAY
Miss Betty Lou Crocker and
Miss Yvonne Hlatt were co - hos -
tesses at a charming pink and
blue double shower party at the
home of the former at '12 Chat
ham Avenue Saturday evening in
compliment to Mrs. Art Bartlett
and .Mrs. Jack Rodgers.
Lovelv gifts wire presented to
the guests of honor from the two
hostesses and Miss Carrie Miller,
Miss Patricia Sheehy, t'nlversity
of Oregon: Miss Ann Carter, of
Oregon Slate College: Mrs. Jim
snoenhard of Corvallis. Miss
Joyce Quine, Miss Betty Hunni -
cut, Mrs. Ward Cummings Jr.,
and Mrs. Gladys NaTelrod.
Refreshments wert served foMhas adjourned regular meetings
lowing an enjoyable social hour, until fall.
Marry At Baptist
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Ardvth J. Hill, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles N. Hill of Rose
burg, became the bride of Ray
mond Hough, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Hough of this city,
Sunday, May 29th, at the First
Baptist Church. In the absence
of the pastor, Rev. H. P. Sconce,
v ho is attending the conference
in san rrancisco. the double ring
ceremony was performed at three
o'clock by Rev. Ralph Askew, as
sisted by Rev. Kenneth W. Knox.
une hundred friends and relatives
attended the ceremony.
An arch of ivy and roses form
ed the background for the cere-
mixed spring flowers, and flank
ed by candlelabra holding tall
white tapers, completed the deco
rations. Miss Abby Moore and
Miss Marie Wakefield of Camas
Valley lighted the candles. They
wore pink formals and wristlets
of white carnations.
Mrs. James Strasburg olaved
the wedding music and accom
panied her husband, who sang,
'T Love You Truly," and "Be
cause." The bride, given In marriage
by her father, was beautiful in a
grown of ivory brocaded satin
fashioned with a full train, long
sleeves and a net yoke with round
neckline. Her three-quarter
length veil was held in place with
a coronet of seed pearls. She car
ried a white Bible topped by a
white orchid with a pink throat
and tied with a shower of pink
satin ribbons knotted with ste
phenotls. Miss Wanda Morris was maid
ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER
PLANS B API DANCE FOR
MEMBERS AND GUESTS
Alpha Iota Chapter. Beta Sig
ma Phi, held a special meeting
Thursday night at the home of
the president, Mrs. Robert Phil
lips, on Winchester street to
make plans for a Barn Dance to
be an event of June 24th at the
Country Club at nine o'clock. All
Beta Sigma Phi chapters are in
vited and members are privileged
to invite guests. Tickets are on
sale at Short's Realty. Mrs. Elliott
Perkins is general 'chairman of
Ihe affair with Mrs. Mav Mat
hews in charge of invitations and
Mrs. Verdun Boucock In charge
Plans were made for the pledge
meeting to be held June 16th at
eight o clock In the evening. The
place will be announced later.
Those present were Mrs. Ralph
unman. Mrs. Konert Bellows,
I Mrs. Frank Rogan, Mrs. Elliott
oyed SATUR DAY
BY XI EPSILON CHAPTER
Xi Epsilon Chapter, Beta Sig
ma Phi met Thursday evening
at a delightful picnic supper at
j the attractive home of Mrs. Bern-
1 ard Saar on North Jackson street.
Covers were placed for Mrs. Saar,
I Mrs. E. F. Marcell, Mrs. Joseph
MKotI, Mrs. M. c. tiowKcr, Mrs.
W. G. Schoenleber. Mrs. Richard
Crenshaw, Mrs. Warren Tozier,
Mrs. Ray Brown, Mrs. Sidney
Moon Jr.. Mrs. C. E. Hart. Mrs,
i Worth Davis, Dr. Eleanore Carl-
son, Mrs. Clair K. Allen, director.
and Mrs. J. R. Wharton, sponsor,
Tentative plans were made for
the summer months and during
the social nour the members
1 worked on flowers for the Beta
iSlgma Phi float to be entered in
i the rodeo parade. The chapter
Church On Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough
of honor and wore a gown of
blue organdy. She carried a bou
quet of yellow carnations circled
with white net and tied with
Miss Lorraine Tanner, wear
ing yellow organdy with lace in
sertions, and Miss Vivienne Goule,
wearing a pink tafleta trimmed
in net, were bridesmaids and car
ried bouquets of pink carnations,
circled with white net, and tied
with pink ribbons.
Norma Joyce Hill, sister of the
bride, was flower girl and wore
a gown of blue taffeta and car
with p'lnk and tied with pink net
ried yellow carnations, flecked
loops and pink satin ribbons.
Jack Royer was best man and
ushers were Arnold Nashlund and
Leighton Hill, brother of the
The bride's mother wore a navy
dress with grey accessories and
a corsage of pink roses. The bride
groom's mother wore an aqua
dress with brown accessories and
a corsage of red roses.
A reception loiiowed in the
church parlors. The beautifully
appointed 'table was centered with
a three-tiered wedding cake top
ped by a miniature bridal couple
and wedding bell. Yellow and
white streamers and an arch of
Ivy and wild lilac blossoms deco
rated tne room.
The cake was cut by the bridal
couple and served by Mrs. W. H.
Scofield, assisted by Mrs. Dwlght
La Bore. Mrs. Harry Krug pour
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Will Marry On June 12th
Miu Eleanor Coon
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. Coon of Sheridan, Ore., recently an
nounced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Eleanor, to Doug
las H. Blair, son of W. H. Blair of Dillard. Both are students of
Oregon State College. The wedding day has been set for Sunday,
Picture by Bud Maion
ed the coffee and Mrs. Roy Bell,
cousin of the bridegroom, served
the punch. Mrs. Vernon Keel as
sisted with arrangements for the
reception and assisting was Mrs.
Alvera Peterson. Mrs. Calvin
Baird and Mrs. W. H. Scofield
were In charge of the table deco
rations. Mrs. Vern South and Mrs.
Louis Neureiter were in charge
of the gifts and Miss Virginia
Mack had charge of the guest
Out-of-town ' guests included:
Mrs. Fred Reelfs of Palo Alto,
Calif., and Mrs. Ada Chapman, of
Gridley, Calif., aunts of the bride
groom; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cahill
of Albany; Miss Janice Whipple
and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rydell
and daughter, Donna, of Drain;
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Heddon, of
Elkton; Mr. and Mrs. L. Royer
and Miss Mary, Miss Helen and
Robert Royer, and Miss Frances
White, all of Eugene.
For traveling the bride chose a
pink three-piece suit with white
accessories. Her corsage was an
orchid. Following a honeymoon to
Seaside, they will be at home to
their friends at 922 Eddy Street
The bride was graduated from
Roseburg Senior High School and
is employed as long-distance op
erator for the Pacific Telephone
and Telegraph Company. The
bridegroom was graduated from
Neola, Iowa, High School and Is
employed by Hudson Duncan
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