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Society and QluLi
By LOTUS KNIGHT PORTER
Social items submitted by tele-
Ehone (or the society page must
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
.SOCIAL EVENING IS
ENJOYED AT CORY HOME
Burl Oar of Lookingglass en
tertained a group of Callahan
Trail residents with moving pic
tures In the garden of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Cory at iheir home
In the Melrose-Callahan Trail dis
Those enjoying the pictures and
evening of visiting were: Mrs.
Clifford Woods and son. David;
Mrs. Milton Watlers. Jim Pem
herton, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Floy, Mr.
and Mrs. Ryder, Mr. and Mrs.
Less Deode, Miss Valene and
Miss Sandra Rawlln and Mr. and
Refreshments were served la
ter in the evening by Mrs. Cory.
CLUB TO ENTERTAIN
FAMILIES AT PICNIC '
The- Helping Hand club, of
Edenbower members will enter
tain their husbands and families
at a picnic supper Friday eve
ning. August 12. at Umpqua park.
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shining hair to com
pliment your lovely
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your drab hair a col
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for your appoint
ment. Ila's Beauty
407 Pacific Bldg. .
MRS. BROWN'S WASHER
MAKES HER LOOK "MEAN"
SHE MUST HAM RU9
TO SET HER WASH CLEAN.
MRS. SMITH'S WASHER
SETS HER WASH CLEAN
IN JUST AN HOUR!
222 W. Oak
USY STEPPERS CLUB
The Busy Steppers club met
Thursday at a delightful twelve-
thirty o clock potluck luncheon at
the home of Mrs. Clemmie
Prock. Beautiful bouquets of sea
sonal flowers were used about
tne rooms and to decorate the
long serving table. The afternoon
was spent In visiting and doing
Prizes for the afternoon were
awarded to Nellie Ware and Anna
Those present were Maureen
Muetzel, Garnet Folmsbee, Pau
lene Gore, Adda Ollivant, Nellie
Ware, Marie Looney and sons,
Ray and Steve: Mabel Burr. Ma
bel Hater. Renie Jenkins, Junia
Byron. Mona Allen, Anna Ire
land, Leona Cook, Lillian Os
borne. Juanita Good. Diane Ber
tha Dossey and sons. Jimmie,
Chuck and Louis; Ruth Cook.
Anna Cook, Dona Friend, Pat
Riley. Billy Riley, Clarence
Prock and the hostess, Clemmie
The next meeting will be Au
gust 18th at tie home of Eliza
beth Ollivant with Mabel Rob
erts as hostess.
MRS. ERVIN RICE IS '
HOSTESS AT TEA ON
Mrs. Ervln Rice entertained at
a charming tea at her home on
Rice hill Thursday afternoon hon
oring Mrs. Stapleton of Lincoln,
Nebr., and Mrs. Belle and Mar
garita Cheaudano of Los Ange
les. Other guests Included Mrs.
Ed Bell, Mrs. Harrv Dunbar,
Mrs. Frank Churchill and Mrs.
COMMUNITY CLUB TO
HOLD BACKWARD PARTY
The Winchester Community
club will sponsor a backward
party at eight-thirty o'clock Fri
day night, August 12, at the club
house. Everyone In the commu
nity is Invited. Each family at
tending is asked to bring sand
wiches. Coffee and punch will be
furnished by the hosts and host
esses: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ride
nour and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
TO MEET FRIDAY
Evergreen Grange will meet
at eight o'clock Friday evening
at the hall. A fire prevention pro
gram will be presented. Refresh
ments will be in charge of Bess
Lounsbury, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Bloom and Mr. and Mrs. E. Ba
ker. All members are urged to be
RIFLE RANGERS CLUB
TO MEET ON FRIDAY
. The Rifle Rnncrpra Spwlnff Huh
will meet Ffiday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Alice Gill. All
members are most cordially In
vited to be present.
MKS. JONES' WASHING
TAKES HALF A PAY. . . .
AND MR. JONES' SHIRTS
COME OUT L00KIN6 SREY.
Yet, Speed Queen will
do 7-load washing in just
one easy hour ! One tubful
of hot water I One fill of
soap! It's America's fast
est and lowest cost wash
day I There are five models
to choose from. Come in
and see them.
Priced m few as
Henry Erskine Retires From
State Highway Department
After Service Of 28 Years
"ISP ' a
m " Stsl
He'll do as h
.After 28 years service with
Henry Erskine has come to the
for a better outfit." That's the
man with the choice of a career
Erskine, a maintenance fore
man, has come to the end of his
service with the state. He was
retired Saturday and now, at his
home at 909 Cobb street, "I'm go
ing to do ax I please!" he said.
A native of California, raised
In Red Bluff where his fathpr
operated the Railroad hotel, Er
skine has "worked from the time
I was seven years old," so he
doesn't plan to be idle in retire
ment. Besides having a large garden
to care for and a housp to paint.
Erskine spends time at his little
river summer camp, 30 miles
east of Roseburg, which he leases
from the government. He also
owns a ranch south of Roseburg.
Once Coal Miner
While Erskine was still young,
his parents moved from Califor
nia to Medford. Eventually he
went to Portland. During World
War I he worked In the coal
mines for the Oregon-Washing.
ton Railroad and Navigation
company at Messner. Ore. Also,
during his varied career, he op
erated a street car in Portland
But he's gotten the greatest
satisfaction from his job with the
state, Decause It nas given mm
an opportunity to do construction
work, which he enjoys.
Seven years ago, when a chap
ter of the Oregon State Employes
association was organized here,
Erskine was elected first presi
dent of the local group.
Erskine and his family have
lived in Roseburg since 192l, with
the exception of three years,
when they lived at Myrtle Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. Ersk..ie are the
O PARTY SATURDAY
A party for teen agers will be
sponsored Saturday night, August
13, at eight o'clock at the Win
chester Community clubhouse for
all teen-agers in the community.
Glenda Van Horn, Betty Robert
sen and Eulala Olds will act as
hostesses and Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Johnson will be chaperones.
RIVERSDALE H. E. C.
TO MEET ON FRIDAY
Rlversdale Home Economics
dub will meet Friday at a
twelve-thirty o'clock p I c n I c
luncheon at the home of Mrs.
E. G. Cloake. All members are
urged to attend and those at
tending are asked to bring their
own table service.
I C0NTP4CT0BS I
You art protected when you deal with
members of the
Painting and Decorating Contractors
1. Personal injury or property damage fully covered by
2. Written controcts ond specifications.
3. All estimates and bids free.
4. Monthly payments if desired.
Following is o complete list of Pointing Contractors who
are members of the Roseburg Chapter
John B. Preston
Don E. Morgan
the Stats Highway department,
conclusion that "you can't work
advice he would give a young
ahead of him.
parents of two daughters, Mrs.
Paul Davis and Mrs. Harley
Schaffer, both of Roseburg, and
a son, Reginald Erskine of Oak
ridge, Ore. Another son, Walter,
died while serving with the air
corps during the recent war.
can be yours now. You can
make your present nome or
that new house a home of
beauty by following the new
trends in home decorating.
Rooms of deep solid colors
with contrasting furniture, lib
eral use of mirrors and struc
tural glass can and does make
any house Into a home of
beauty. These new trends are
suitable for the old home as
well as the new and latest
types of homes. Don't be mysti
fied with the mysteries of home
decorating call us for an esti
Don E. Morgan
Phones: Bus. 1025-R
Res. 1304 J
P. A H. Paint Co.
Spencer A McFadden
Tyler A Shutli
Harold B. Hall
CLUB HAS ENJOYABLE
The Elgarose Comfort club met
Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Ruth Wooten with Mrs.
Thelma Hanson, co-hostess. Mrs.
Leora Andrews, president, con
ducted the business meeting and
plans were made lor a fall festi
val and also for the home exten
sion work for the fall.
Jokes and poems were given by
the members. Mrs. Lee Brown
won the door prize. Following the
social hour lovely refreshments
were served to Mrs. Zelma
Sands and children, Charlotte,
Joe, Glen and Slevie; Mrs. Thel
ma Sundberg and daughter, Don
na, and niece and nephew, Mare
lene and Davide Bartholomy;
Mrs. Kelly and children, Pattie,
Michael and Kathleen; Mrs. Ma-b'-a
Backlund. Mrs. Clarice
Brown and daughter, Sally; Mrs.
Leora Andrews, Mrs. Clara Ed
mund and son, Joe; Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Lundeen, Mrs. Sally Barker
and children; Mrs. Marion South
and children, Shirley and Dar
rel; Mrs. Agnes South and sons,
Teddy and Timmie; Mrs. Evelyn
Warren, Mrs. Lilly Thompson,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson, Mrs.
Edna Sjogren and son, Dennis;
Michael and Dixie Wooten, Glen.
Donald and Margie Hanson and
the hostesses, Mrs. Wooten and
The next meeting will be held
Seotember 1 at a no-hostess af
fair at the home of Mrs. Clara
KEYSTONE CLUB TO
PICNIC MONDAY NIGHT
A six-thirty o'clock poi'uek pic
nic has been arranged by the
$ f3 CHEAT
KA v i
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I II-. Iimiimi V 4 . is STTT.S7
PICNIC AT UMPQUA PARK
DATED FOR AUGUST 1TH I
The Ladles Auxiliary to the
Brotherhood of Rallwav Train
men will entertain their husbands
and families at a four o'clock
picnic dinner Sundav. August
14th, at Umpqua P.trL The chick
en ana ice-cream wii be furnish.
ed. Those attending are asked to
bring food for the picnic dinner
ana tneir own tame service.
COMMODORE ROSE CLAN
TO PICNIC ON SUNDAY
The annual picnic of the Com
modore Rose clan will be held at
a noon basket dinner Sunday, An.
gust 14, at the Roberts creek
school grounds. All relatives and
friends are invited and are asked
to fcring a basket luncheon and
their own table service,
COMMUNITY CLUB LADIES
TO MEET ON THURSDAY
The Winchester Community
club ladies are invited to attend
a covered dish luncheon Thurs
day, August 11, at twelve-thirty
o'clock at the home of Thelma
Speidel with Mrs. Robert Still-
well and Mrs. June Hafer, co-
hostesses. Those attending are
asked to bring food for the lunch
eon and their own table service.
Methodist Keystone club mem
bers for their husbands and fam
Ilies to be held Monday night
August 15, at Umpqua park.
Those attending are asked to
bring two covered dishes, sand
wiches and table service. Coffee
will be furnished. Those desiring
transportation are asked to meet
at the Methodist church at six
If's the Besf
And Use Our
Lay Away Plan
Wed., Aug. 10, 1949 The News-Review, Roseburg, Ore. 3
Filipino President Asks Congress
Aid To Stem Communist Tide In Asia
WASHINGTON. Aug. 10. IJPl
Philippine President Elpldio
Qulrino Tuesday urged the United
States to support a non-mllltary
Pacific union once it has been
formed to help prevent Asia from
being lost to communism "by
Qulrino, here on an official
visit as guest of President Tru
man voiced his plea for U. S. as
sistance against the "advancing
tide of communism" in a speech
before the Senate.
He also spoke before the
House. The major part of his
senate speech was devoted to
the Pacific union Idea In which
the. Philippine chief executive has
taken the Initiative.
The Idea got rolling about
three weeks ago when 'Qulrino
and Chinese nationalist leader,
Chiang Kai-shek discussed a pos
sible Pacific pact against com
munism In the Far East. Chiang
is now in southern Korea talk
ing over the same plan with
Korean President Rhee.
Quirino's call for U. S. back-
MR. AND MRS. WALES
TO BE HONORED AT
SHOWER NEXT TUESDAY
There will be a miscellaneous
bridal shower at the Rice Valley
hall at two o'clock Tuesday aft
ernoon. August 16, for Mr. and
Mrs. James Wales, who were
married August 4. The public is
Buy in Town!
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lng came only a few days after
the State department published
a "white paper" In which it
wrote off the Chiang's nationalist
government as a failure.
When Qulrino finished. Vice
President Barkley led a rising
ovation and called the speech
H. D. Scudder, Former
OSC Instructor, Dies
PORTLAND, Au. 10. UP) H.
D. Scudder, 67, faculty member
at Oregon State c-jilege for 38
years, who retired In 1945 as
piofessor of agronomy Is dead.
He once had charge of all agri
cultural experiment stations In
the state and was connected with
the Federal Land bank.
He died at his farm home near
Sheridan Monday, three weeks
after suffering a sttoke. Surviv
ing are the widow; a son, Rooert
D. Scudder, Crescent City, Calif j
and 1 daughter, Mr. Vern D.
Boswell Mineral Baths
1 Mile S. of Drain. Oregon