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ATTEND SUMMER SCHOOL These Douglas County 4-H Club members are pictured here while in attendance in the recent
10-day annual 4-H summer school concluded Friday at Corvallis. They were accompanied by Club Agent Frank Von Borstal
Several of the participant
and other club leaders.
:ipants held offices or served on committees during the session.
Ten Days Of Educational And
Recreational Activities At
End For Douglas County 4-H
' The 90 4-H boys and girls and leaders who represented Douglas
County at the annual 4-H Summer School In Corvallis returned to
Roseburg last Friday, June 24. Each of the 10 days was completely
filled with educational and recreational activities and all of the
1,800 delegates thought the 1949 4-H Summer School very successful.
Among the officers of the liv
ing groups were a- number from
Douglas County. They were: Alioe
Ward, Days Creek, and Susan
Froelich, Myrtle Creek, house
presidents; Pat Roark, Roseburg,
house vice-president; Pat Hum
phreys, Riversdale, house athletic
manager; John McGraw, Green,
yell leader; Naomi Wroe, Smith
River, house sergeant-at-arms;
Barbara Snyder, Days Creek, song
leader, and Bobbie Bulmer, Myr
tle Creek, section leader. ;
Participating in the statewide
style revue for 4-H Clothing Club
members were: Barbara bnyder
and Alice Ward, Days Creek; Pat
Humphreys, Riversdale; Janet Pe
terson, Reedsport, Dolores Doyle
and Elouise Olljvant, Looking
glass, and Loretta Oleson. Curtin.
This took place Monday, June 20,
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and approximately 180 members
On Douglas County's radio pro
gram from the state station
KOAC the following took part:
tiowara jones, Drain; uaroi tsur
gin, Days Creek; Jeanne Maddox,
Yoncalla; Galen Grisler, Dixon
vlile, and Donna Dillon, Melrose.
The lost day of this summer
session includes judging contests
of all sorts. Local 4-Hers who
placed in these were: home econ
omics, Bobbie Bulmer, red award;
Winnifred Williams, Looking
glass, and Carolene Boucock, Yon
calla, white awards; crops contest,
Larry 1 Oatney, Curtin, white
award, and forestry contest, How
ard Jones, blue award.
Magazine Ban From N. Y.
Schools Is Extended
NEW YORK, June 27.-rP)
The Nation Magazine, barred for
another year from New York
Public Schools, plans court action
to seek reversal bf the ban.
By a unanimous vote Thursday,
the nine-member Board of Ldu
cation renewed the ban on the
publication. The Board approved
a list of periodicals from which
the nation had been dropped by
tne tsoara or superintendents.
This marks the second year the
Magazine was omitted from the
list of approved school reading.
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Many washers ALONE cost more than $200. Many ironers ALONE cost
over $200. But here for even less than $200 you can buy BOTH a
washer and ironer and get genuine Speed Queen quality besides. It's the
biggest complete laundry outfit bargain we've been in a position to offer!
A genuine, fult-size Speed Queen ...
built by Speed Queen .... and guaranteed
by Speed Queen. It will wash your clothes
clean and serve you faithfully for many,
many years. Fast. washing agitator type..
Fully automatic with convenient knee con
trol. Cabinet type. Scratch-proof, chrome
shoe. Thermostat control. Compactly de
signed to save space. Irons everything
perfectly. Cuts honing time in half.
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It originally was dropped In
June, 1948, because of an alleged
ly anti-Catholic series of articles
by Paul Blanchard.
Miss Lillie Schultz, director of
the Nation Associates, filed
that the ban will be contested In
It takes about 400 pounds of
corn and 75 pounds of other
feed to make 100 pounds of mar.
brief with the Board notifying it.ketablfe pork.
WASHINGTON, June 28 (.T)
The Senate Monday approved a
hill creating 26 new fedtral circuit
bill creating 26 new federal cir
cuit and district judges one in
Senator McGrath (D-RI) pre
dicted President Truman will veto
the measure because of a provi
sion which he said "discrimi
nated" against federal employes.
The provision places certain re
quirements on the President in
selecting judges for the District
of Columbia bench, McGrath con
tended it would have the general
effect of barring appointment of
government officials as Judges.
He tried to knock it out but lost,
41 to 25., . ...
The legislation would create six
additional -circuit Judges, and 20
additional district judges. .
The additional district tudees
Two in the northern district of
California; two In the southern
District of California: one in the
District of-Oregon and one in the
Southern District of Texas.
Tue., June 28, 194 The News-Review, Roseburg, Ore. 1 1
Mock Air Defense Of Britain Jittery
Experience For Residents Of London
Grocery Heiress Must
Pay Husband For Life
NEW YORK. June 27.m
Mrs. Marie Hoffman Reed Rob
ertson, grocery chain heiress, has
(en oraerea to pay, $i,bdu a
month for life to her ex hushanri
Louis F. Reed Jr.
Supreme Court Justice Kenneth
O'Brien has ruled that the con-
LONDON, June 28. UP)
The first phase of air exercises to
test the defenses of Industrial
England against an atom bomb
blitz ended Monday with one ma
jor complaint: London residents
said they were "too realistic."
Referees and high air officials
of three countries were cagey
about preliminary results of
"Operation Foil" in which British
bombers and fighters, American
huperforts and Jet fighters, and
Dutch jet fighters participated.
There were indications from
other observers and from the
sound of heavy bomber forma
tions over the metropolitan area
that England's capital,, had been
"heavily poMnded" in'"two nteht
"Operation Foil" will continue
for another week as fiehter and
bomber squadrons, reinforced at
weekend by reserve air forma
tions of British pilots, test plans
for protecting England In war.
An air ministry spokesman said
conclusions from the exercises
will probably not be made public.
tract which Mrs. Robertson orig
inally agreed to make the pay
ments, is a "valid one" and not
violation of public policy."
He also ordered her to make
pavments In arrears totalling $44,-550.
Thousands of aroused British
ers, their sleep broken on a hot
June weekend by low-flying war
planes, telephoned the air minis
try to complain. Many said their
children, reminded of wartime
blitz raids, ran screaming from
To these complaints an &ir
ministry spokesman ans-vered:
"If we are to orenare an ariponnta
defense our practices must be as
real as we can make them."
Youth Killed, 4 Others
Hurt When Auto Upsets
PENDLETON, Ore., June 27.
WP A 17-year-old youth was
killed and four other teen-agers
were Injured when their car up
set on the Oregon-Washington
highway near Weston Thursday
Warren Chandler, Elgin, driver
of the car, died instantly.
Only one of the four others
was injured- seriously. He is
Paul Stubblefleld, Elgin. The
three others hurt, but released
from the hospital, are Pat
Vaughn, Elgin; and Arlie Ivan
Mollgard and Lloyd Wayne Coop
er, both of Hood River.
The five youths had been em
ployed In pea harvesting opera
tions in the Weston-Athena district.
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