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The Vakhtangava theater hat
scheduled for autumn production
a plav called "Missouri Waltz."
The Transport theater recently
announced It would nresent a
new play called 'The Mad Haber-
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The PRE-MIX CONCRETE.
COMPANY makes the lorg-'
est line of cement special
ties in town. Whether you
want foundation blocks, gas
tank blocks, stepping stones,
well curbing:, or grease
traps . . . we're at your ser
vice. Our products are the
finest to be found.
At Swim Pool
Ray Brown, RJ Cross water
safety program director and mu
nicipal swimming pool manager,
announced the iolfowins vounff-
: si en are to participate In the
1 third weekly water safety pro
gram, sponsored jointly by the
1 Red Cross and the city:
latormrtiatt Olrli, Afts 1-11
I Karen Mac Amundwn. Bonn! A.i
1 drui, Ann Boudreau, Barbara Brand,
Stephanie Brtggi. Joan Phllhpa, Cla.vra
Carter, Patricia PotUr. Fay Lynn
Chit wood, Marsarat Cobb. Deborah
Cork rum. Beverly Daugnerty.
I Carol Da vie. Carmen Eriktn. Car
men Ford, Barbara foy. Carolina Gar
I relt. Hap Gladwell, LaVell Gladwell,
1 Marty Gladwell, Judy Grecian, Sharon
I Haren, Mary Jan Hatcher. Sandra
Hayes. Georgianna Halm, Dena Hubert.
1 Carol Ann Hunter . Maxlna Hunter.
I Kathryn Jennie.
! Etna Plo Joiner. Helen Jotner. Shir
ley Lee. Suite Lee. Judy Moore. Norma
I Nelion. PairicU Nlday, Carolyn Pr-
I geter. Carolyn Patteson. Barbara Patti
eon. Patricia Potter. Mary Lou Rad
ford. Bonnie Roar It, Mary Boot. Carol
St. Onge. Sandra Siefarth. Marilyn
Springer. Jaclyn Warren. Judy Wood.
Intermediate lUyt, Agee
Donald Abbott. Ten Admire. Phillip
Antone. Melvtn Boredlng. George Broei.
Lawrence Browi , Marvin Brown. Don
ald Childreea. Jack Coooer. Darren
Crooch. Douglas Dobbina. Donald Doyle.
John Doyle, Jim Ewena, Jack Fergu
en J-rry Fullerton. Adrian Cibby,
Kenneth Gladwell. Fred Gundreeon. Dar
rell Hahn, Bob Harrell. Ted Heat, Don
ald Hort'i. Gilbert Langhoelf.
i Marvin Le. Eddy Lindell. Joe Mr
i Cool. Bert Marklllie, Darrel Marstera.
i Le Miller, Jamet Mnrley, Marshall Nel
ion. Kenneth Overton. Frank Purdy.
i Milton Schwepp. Ernie Sharp,
Bernard Stetnherger. Arnold Steyart.
Jerry Stewart. David Van Horn. Jerry
i Watklns. Bruce Weaver. Bill Wet, Lar
r White, Frank William. Dick Wil
liamaon. The News-Review classified ads
bring best results. Phone MXX
Visiting Hart Mr. Lou
Adama ol Klamath Kails Is in
Roseburg visiting her aister, Mr.
James Tynan, and brother, Rich
Mova to Danvar Mr. and Mrs.
Ftancla Herron of Roseburg have
moved back to their tormer home
at Denver, Colo., to reside.
At Wesley Ranch Mr. and Mrs.
V. S. Woodruff ot Elgarose are
spending the week In Garden val
ley assisting with the pear har
vest at the Harry Wesley ranch.
Leaves for Artesia Don Nil
zum of Tenmlle left Roseburg
Wednesday for Artesia. Calif., to
spend the remainder ot his school
vacation visiting his paternal
Back From San Franeiaco
Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Patrick have
returned to their home at 817
Houck street, following several
days in San Francisco attending
Tnur.. Aug. 11, 1949 The Newi-Revtew, Roseburg, Ore. 7
Will Attend Institute Miss Hel
en Fa I he. president of the Doug'
las County Tuberculosis and
Health association, and Mrs. W.
F. Amiot, executive secretary,
will leave Sunday by automobile
for Laurande, to attend a sum
mer institute for executive sec
retaries and volunteer workers ;if
the Oregon Tuberculosis and
County associations, o be held
one week at the Eastern College
of Education. Lecturers from
New York City will be heard dur
ing the Institute.
Junior Division to Meet The
Junior Division of the First Chris
tian church will meet at 7:30 o'
clock Tuesday night at the home
of Mrs. O. J. Feldkamp, 1321 Har
Ladles Aid to Meet Eden La
dles Aid of the Elgarose Lutheran
church will meet Tuesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. J. N.
Sands with Mrs. Zelma Sand,
Visitors Leave Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Starr and son, Jackie, of
oiH.-Kiun, Lain., ana sister L-eo-1
caaia, uraer ol St. Benedict,
Erie, Pa., have left, following a
visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. Do
menico in Roseburg. Mrs. Starr
and Sister Leocadia are sisters
of Mrs. Domenico.
A 50-cent deposit will hold
any of these Jackets until
Fine suede leather made In the
popular Tanker style with knit
collar, cuffs and waistband.
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0 Four Snap Pockets
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FULL ZIPPER FRONT
ZIPPER BREAST POCKET
TWO SLASH POCKETS
BLUE SHADOW PLAIDS
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SIZES 34 TO 50
A Very Special Purchase From the North
west's Best Known Jacket Manufacturer.
Heavy Duty All -Wool Melton Cloth That
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Sizes 38 to 46, $4.98 Sizes 48 to 54, $5.98
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401 WEST CASS ST.
OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION
Club to Entertain Families
The Methodist Keystone club
members will entertain their
families at a 6:30 picnic supper
at Umpqua park. Coffee will be
furnished. Those attending are
asked to bring two covered dish
es, salad or dessert, sandwiches
and their own table service.
Those desiring transportation aro
asked to meet at 6:15 p.m. at
the Methodist church.
At Jackson Horn. Dr. and
Mrs. A. B. Jackson of Jefferson
City, Mo., are at Winchester vis
iting the former's brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. V. T.
Jackson, and family. Dr. Jackson
is pastor of the First Presbyter
ian church at Jefferson City. He
was born and reared in Roseburg
and this is his first visit back
here since 1929. They will visit
here until August 17, when they
will return home.
Sen It Born A son, Stanley
Gordon, weighing seven pounds
six ounces, was born to Mr, and
Mrs. Waller G. Holbrook at Wil
cox Memorial hospital in Port
land, July 30. Mr. Holbrook U
stationed by the Umpqua Forest
service at Tiller. The baby is the
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
R. Holbrook, -79 South Main
street, and Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Esterkam of Baltimore, Mary
land. Mrs. Holbrook and baby
have been discharged from the
hospital and have returned to
Back From Aleutians Captain
and Mrs. J. Frederic Hilgenberg
net live -year -old son, Jim,
and yenr-and-a-half-old daughter,
Jeanne, are at Winchester visit
ing Mrs. Hllgenberfc's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Jackson, fol
lowing 15 months at Adak, Aleu
tian Islands, where Captain Ml
?enberff was stationed. Thev will
leave Eugene August 17th by
Diane lor unampaign, in., to visit
Captain Hilgenherg's parents, be-
lore going to umana, INehr., to
make their home and where Cap
tain Hilgenberg will be stationed
at Offut field, where he will re
port for duty September 10. Mrs.
Hilgenberg is the former Dorothy
Dale Jackson of Roseburg. She
Is a sister of Elton Jackson of
Attending Anniversary Mr.
and Mrs. (Jus Main of Roseburg
drove to Port Orchard, Wash., j
over the weekend to observe the
silver wedding anniversary re
ception honoring Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Reed, parents of Mr. j
Main. Going also were Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Arney of this city.
Mrs. Arney and Mrs. Reed at e .
sisters. Mrs. Main served the '
three-tiered wedding cake at the
receDtion and Mrs. Arnev nour-
ed. More than 100 guests and rel
atives attended. While in Port t
Orchard, they visited the mother
of Mr. Arney and stayed over-,
night at the Dave Hamilton
home, father of Mrs. Arney. Mrs. i
Main it employed in the office of ;
Lockwood Motors and Mr. Main
is employed at Youngs Bay Lum-;
ber company. Mr. Arney is en-,
gaged in the logging industry. I
Because they were adopting i
the western method for comput
ing ages, every Japanese man,
woman and child will become
from one to two years younger
the end of this year.
As much as 10 tons of Ice Is
required for a single railroad re
frigerator car on a coast to coast
Distributed In Roseburg
By Bates Candy Co.
Every One Is a
1947 PLYMOUTH 4-D00R SEDAN,
with radio and heater
1941 0LDSM0BILE 4-D00R SEDAN,
with radio and heater
1940 P0NTIAC 4-D00R SEDAN
1939 NASH 4-D00R SEDAN
1940 CHRYSLER 4-D00R SEDAN
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HERE IT IS!
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