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The News-Revlew, RoMburf, Or. Thur., Aug. 11, 1949
Society and Qluhi
By LOTUS KNIGHT PORTER
Social Itemi submitted by tele
phone (or the iociety page mait
fy. turned In belore 12 o'clock
Monday through Thursday and
by 10 a. m. triaays, ai wnicn
tim th social calendar and Sat
urday'i society page are closed
'birthday PARTY IS
OF SATURDAY EVENING
Mrs. Bob Crawford entertain-
ed at a delightful birthday party
at the Rice Valley hall Saturday
evening honoring her husband,
Bob Crawford, and also Mrs. wii
The evening was spent In dan
Ins and Dlaving cards. Refresh
ments were served to Mr. and
Mrs. Jean Cowan, Susan. John
and Dale Cowan; Mr. and Mrs,
Karl Hummel, Mr. and Mrs.
rxiree Kremkau and Barrv: Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Latham and
granddaughter; Mr. and Mrs. Fe
lix Latham, Mr. and Mm. Tom
Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Schosso, Mr. and Mrs. Llovd
Pinkslon, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Al
lan. Mr. and Mrs. George fcdes,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wales an1
Gary. Richard and Hellie; Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Wales and
Charles; Mr. and Mrs. William
Castor, Mr. and Mrs. Lrvln Rice.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Fonken. Mr. and
Mrs. James Kidwell, Mr. and
Mrs. D. F. Carter, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Karl
Strong, Mrs. Cecil Hartford and
tecll Jr., Mrs. Marrv uunnar,
Mrs. Emmett Churchill and Kay
and Dcnna; Gus Glistrup,
Charles hmery. Mrs. Opal lav
lor, Mrs. Louise Snider. Mrs. Kit-
tie Jobe, Kenneth Lamar and
Barbara and Billy, and Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Crawford.
AUXILIARY TO HOL0
PICNIC ON SUNDAY
The Ladles auxiliary to the
Brotherhood of Railway Train
men members will entertain their
families at a four o'clock picnic
dinner Sunday at Umpqua park.
The chicken and Ice-cream will
be furnished. Those attending are
asked to bring food for the din
ner and their own table service.
I CALIFORNIA VISITORS
CELEBRATE THIRTIETH ,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Yeg
ge and son, Delbert, have return
ed to their home In Clearwater,
Calif., following a visit with relatives-
in and near Roseburg.
They visited their daughter, Mrs.
K. M. Scollard and family near
Drain: also Mr. Yegge's sisters,
Mrs. H. A. Bailey and her hus
band and Mrs. Ella Wandllng of
Roseburg, and numerous nieces
While here. Mr. and Mrs. Yeg
ge celebrated their thirtieth wed
ding anniversary and relatives
gathered In Umpqua park for an
all-day picnic. Those attending
besides the guests of honor and
their son, Delbert, were: Mrs.
H. A. Bailey, Mrs. Klla Wand
ling, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Scol
lard and sons, Darrell and 'Du
ane, and daughter, Linda; Mr.
and Mrs, H. M. Ballev and son,
Terry; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bai
ley and daughter, Brenda Lee, of
Coquille; Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Cacy and son, Tlmmv. of Rid
dle; and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wan
dllng and sons, Stephen and Da
vid, and daughter, Beverly..
ANNUAL PICNIC IS
LARGE AFFAIF SUNDAY
The Rice Valley Grange and
Home Economics club held their
annual picnic near Tvee bridge
Sunday. Swimming, fishing and
a picnic dinner were entoyed by
Mr. and Mrs. George waller, Mr.
and Mrs. Ervln Rice, Mr. and
Mrs. William Castor. Mr. and
Mrs. Glenn Walker, Norman
Walker, Mrs. Maude LeBell, Mrs.
Frank Stapletnn, Mr. and Mrs.
J. G. Wales. Charles Wales, Mrs.
Cecil Hartford, Cecil Jr., Victor,
Berneta and David Hartford, Bil
ly Lamar. LeRoy Owens, Mr.
and Mrs. LeRoy Churchill, Mrs.
Emmett Churchill, Kay Church-
Ill, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Church
Ill, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Crawford,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank rfegers, Da
vid Eggers, Mr. and Mrs. Al Fon
ken, Mrs. Catherine Fonken,
Mrs. Ralph Emerson, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Kidwell, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Dunbar, Mr. and Mrs.
James Wales, Mr. and Mrs. Her
man Thlele, Mr. and Mrs. Eu
gene Turner, Sandra, Cloria and
Joyce Turner and Larry Shaw.
Cm i-"Hi Neighbor, been to
WHEN YOUR PHONE
answer by toying
WIN A. FREE PRIZE!
All you need to do Is answer your
phone by saying "Hi Neighbor, been
to Carst-ni Sale?" Carstens Kurnl- -ture
Co. Is railing five numbers a
day all this week . . to GIVE AWAY
furniture If you answer with that
magic slogan! Bv the way HAVE
YOU been to Carstens First Furnl.
. . in Its Most
Pure, wholesome ice cream is so delicious that few of us
stop to remind ourselves that it is olso obout the most
healthful food we can cat. We buy ice cream because we
like it. .
This is especially true of children, and mothers take ad
vantage of this natural liking' and serve Mel-0-Maid Ice
Cream a health food several times a week.
At your grocer's or favorite fountain
Distributed by Douglas County Creamery
'ablished Since 1899
RICE VALLEY H. I. C.
HAS MEETING TUESDAY '
Mrs. Emerson and Mrs. Eg
gers were hostesses to the Rice
valley Home Economics duo
Tuesday afternoon at the hall.
Plans were completed for the
Grange annual .picnic. The meet
ing opened with roll-call on
"household hints," and closed
with group singing.
Lovely refreshments were
served by Mrs. Frank Eggers
and Mrs. Ralph Emerson to:
Mrs. Ed Bell, Mrs. Jim Kidwell,
Mrs. Al Fonken, Mrs. Cecil Hart
ford, Mrs. Ervin Rice, Mrs.
Charles Ward, Mrs. Harry Dun
bar, Mrs. Frank Churchill, Mrs.
LeRoy Churchill, Mrs. J. G.
Wales. Mrs. William Castor and
Mrs. Emmett Churchill.
FORMER YONCALLA GIRL
IS RECENTLY MARRIEO
Word has been received from
southern Oregon of the marriage
of Miss Janet Huntington, young
eat daughter of the late Jay Hun
tington and Mrs. Helen Bellows,
to Clyde Hastings. The bride was
born and reared In Yuncalla,
where she attended gTade school.
Mr. and Mrs. Hastings will make
their home with Mrs. Bellows un
til fall, when the bride-groom will
return to Klamath Falls to com
plete his course in Diesel engi-
GOLF PROFESSIONAL TO
GIVE LESSONS AT
ROSEBURG COUNTRY CLUB
Scottv Maisack, proiessional
from the Grants Pass Golf and
Country club, -will be at Uie Rob
burg Country club Monday, Aug.
13, ana will give lessons lo mem
bers of the club. For further In
formation and for reservations
for lessons, members are asked
to call Mrs. L. E. McClintock at
1051 J by Friday.
LILAC CIRCLE MEETING
IS HELD MONDAY NIGHT
Neighbors of Woodcraft Lilac
circle. No. 9, met Monday eve
ning at the I. O. O. F. hall and
made plans for a picnic to be
held at six-thirty o'clock the eve
ning of August l.'Sth at the home
of Mrs. Alfred Neal. All mem
bers and their families are in
vited. Three new members were Ini
tiated Into the circle. Lovely re
freshments were served at the
clos of the meeting.
MRS. R. E. MATHIS TO
BIRTHDAY NEXT MONDAY
Mrs. R. E. Mathis, former res
ident of South Deer Creek for
many years, will celebrate her
ninety-seventh birthday Monday,
August 15, at the home of her
daughters at 10338 Dunkirk ave
nue, Los Angeles (251 Calif. Rose
burg friends are asked to send
cards or letters to her In honor
of the occasion. Mrs. Mathis is
the mother of E. M. Mathis of
INFORMAL DANCE AND
DINNER AT COUNTRY
CLUB IS POSTPONED
The informal dinner dance
planned for members of the Rose
burg Country club Saturday, Au
gust 13, has been postponed to a
later date, according to an an
nouncement made by the enter
A general club picnic has been
planned for late August, the date
of which will be announced in
the near future.
KANSAS PICNIC TO
BE EVENT OF SUNDAY
The annual Kansas picnic will
be an event of Sunday, August
14, at a one o clock basket dinner
at Umpqua park. All former Kan
sans and their friends are cord
ially Invited to attend. Interest
ing events have been planned for
all ages attending the picnic.
COMMODORE ROSE CLAN
TO PICNIC ON SUNDAY
The annual picnic of the Com
modore Rose clan will be held
Sunday at the Roberts Creek
school grounds at a one o'clock
basket dinner. All relatives and
friends are invited to bring a bas
ket dinner and enjoy the occasion.
Give Your Crowd
Soft Drink Juleps
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NIA Sull Wrllar
When It's your turn to have
the crowd for a summer evening
get-together, surprise them with
this cooling "Soft Drink Julep."
Carbonated beverages speed up
respiration and moisture evapo
ration and -also offer a number of
possibilities for unique services.
The "Soft Drink Julep" is Just
Soft Drink Julep
Eight bottles (7-ounce size!
lemon-llme soda, 2 lemons, 2
limes, fresh cherries, fresh mint
Chill the bottles of lemon-lime
carbonated beverage in the re
frigerator. When very cold, pour
the contents ol bottles Into a
freezing tray; add the juice of the
lemons and limes, mix gently and
freeze until almost solid. To
serve, scoop generous portions of
(he frozen Deverage into lau
glasses; garnish with a fresh
cherry and a sprig of mint. With
each glass, serve a bottle of chill
ed lemon-lime soda yhich is to
be poured over the frozen mix
One cm apricot nectar, 2 large
bottles gingerale, fresh mint
Chill the gingerale and the apri
cot nectar. Pour contents of one
bottle of gingerale into ice cune
tray and freeze. To serve, till tall
glasses 1- full of the apricot, nec
tar, add several cubes of frozen
gingerale and fill the glasses with
chilled gingerale. Mix lightly, add
a sprig of fresh mint and serve
Naw York Coolsr
Peel rind of one large lemon
In a long, thin strip and put it in
a 2-quart pitcher with 12 cubes
of kola carbonated beverage fro
zen In ice cube tray. Pour in
ne 1J ounce well-chilled bottle of'
kola carbonaled beverage, 1
large bottle cherry sodat stir
lightly and garnish with' half
slices of lemon.
Marshall Plan. Freight Rates
Threats To Apple-Growing
Industry, Association Told
V. F. W. AUXILIARY
MEETING IS HELD
Veterans of Foreign Wars aux
iliary met Tuesday evening at
the armory. Plans were made for
(he next meeting to be held Au
gust 23, at eight o'clock at the
armory. All members are paru
cularly urged lo be present.
TO PARTY SATURDAY
All teen-agers of the Winches
ter community are Invited to en
Joy a party Saturday night, Au
gust 13, at eigni ociock at me
clubhouse with Glenda Van Horn,
Bettv Robertson and Eulala Olds
acting as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs.
William Johnson win act as cnap-
OVERALL AND APRON
DANCE TO BE HELD
An apron and overall nance
will be sponsored at the South
Deer Creek Grange hall Saturday
evening, August 13. All Grangers
and friends are invtted. Grange
ladies are asKea 10 Dring pies.
Civet, .used as a fixer and
blender In perfume originally
was employed lo scent glove
CHICAGO, Aug. 11-m The
Marshall plan and high domestic
freight rates bode no good for
the apple-growing Industry, ship
pers of the fruit were told here.
J. waiter Hebert of Yakima,
Wash., president of the Interna
tional Apple Shippers assiciatlon.
said present business conditions
are particularly unfavorable for
conunura concentration of grow
ing in the state of Washington.
'This summer, for the first
time since the depression of the
imjos, we nave seen cars of fine
fruit sell for less than freight
costs at eastern auctions," he
"We have seen thousands of
tons left on the trees, tons which
in other year's of the past decade
would have been' harvested and
sold at a profit. If rail carriers
want to maintain fresh fruit ton
nage, they must give considera
tion to what the traffic will
He said Marshall Plan funds
were making it possible for for
eign countries which formerly
bought 12 percent of the nation's
apple crop, and 30 percent of the
northwest's output, to make ni
lateral agreements with each oth
er for their fruit requirements.
"It's time we took a more re
alistic view of the world trade
situation," Hebert declared. "We
should adapt our trading policy
to facts rather than visionary pol
"We cannot hope to impose our
multilateral trade Dollcv on the
other nations of the world. Their
mental processes do not function
in terms of magnanimity and
"A happy solution to our export
problem would be restoration of
the British market In exchange
for like Quantities nf Pinniim
apples' sold on United States mar
kets. But that would be a return
to multilateral trade, on which
Britain seems to have turned her
Hebert said apple trade pros
pects may force relocation of a
large portion of the northwest nr.
charduts In the central and east
ern states. Such a general move '
occurred following World War
Veteran Kills Himself
MOSES LAKE. Aug. U-VP)
A Seattle war veteran mhnt Mm.
self fatally at 4:30 a.m. Wednes-
uay wnue sluing Beside his two
sleeping brothers in Moses lake
He was Grant Lee Bishop, 24,
a snivel any oi vvasningion stu
dent. He had camped out with his
nrnmpn. Kniwrr mntt n.n
20, on a return -trip from 'PUll-
Sheriff Twit IT ..ij
the brothers rennrtH m ,.a .,,f.
fering from cancer. He was twice
wuuiiucu uuring ine war in .U
Driving Classes Here
Open To Applicants
Persons mnv an.n!l In , U - D...
bure Junior Chamtwir r,t rvm.
merce-sponsored driving classes.
utriu rauu munaay ana Friday,
at A lair's parking lot, corner of
Main an ' Washington, by calling
at the T1 nlnn-Pormin.' ..
office, 214 W. Cas. St., or by
Prospective instructees are
urged not to call the Senior Cham
ber of CnmrnnrcA n f u,hli.
organization is not connected
with the Jaycee-sponsored driving
of vt feet five ("eh
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Rayon Gabardine, Tebiliied
lor Crease-Resistance, in
Dawn Grey, Creme do
Cocoa. Normandy Sand or
Sizes 12V2 to 18 VS.
East Douglas ana Ramp
Road. Wotch for Sign.
Horses for hire by the hour
Horses eoarded By the Month
. Phone 16:8 R
Hove your onimol sloughtered and cut by uj. We cut ond
wrap each piece for your locker.
Pork Slaugneraa1 Tuesday
leaf and Veal Monday, Wednesday thru Friday
Beef, veal ond pork for your locker ot
ROSEBURG MEAT CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS
GET UP TO
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watch If you purchase a ntw watch during
LAWSON'S BARGAIN SALE.
Hurry though, this offer ends Saturday night.
Choose from these famous brands
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All these watches are nationally known, all new, all in perfect working order.
LAWSON'S con make this special offer because of a fortunate purchase of
the bankrupt stock of Butler's Jewelry in Kennewick, Washington. The sav
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occasions that will be coming soon.
SALE ENDS SATURDAY
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