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8 The Ntws-ReWtw, Rateburg, Ore Frl., Aug. 12, 1949
Society cutd GluU
By LOTUS KNIGHT PORTER
Social Item submitted by tele
phone for the society pace mint
ba turned in before 12 o'clock
Monday through Thursday and
by 10 a. m. Fridays, at which
time the social calendar and Sat
urday'! society page are closed
HAS REGULAR MEETING
The Fair Oaks Industrial club
held Its regular meeting Thurs
day at the clubhouse east of butn
erlin. Hostesses for the day were
Mrs. rem r lory, Mrs. Dolly
Hackett and Mrs. Viola Hazlett,
The day was spent hemming
tea towels, visiting and quilting.
The business meeting was in
charge of the president, Mrs. Ve-
Those present were: Mrs. Glad
v Adams, Mrs. Mabel Crouse,
Mrs. Frances Davis. Mrs. Mar
tha Davis, Mrs. Effle Dickens,
Mrs. Fern Flory, Mrs. Maggie
Francis, Mrs. Agnes Fraer,
Mrs. Myrtle Gieder, Mrs. Dolly
Hackett, Mrs. Dora Hamilton,
Mrs. Viola Hazlett, Miss Frances
Larson, Mrs. Dorothy LongbraKe,
Mrs. Ruth Manning, Mrs. Doro
thy Norton, Mrs. Stella Page,
Mrs. Wilms Pelland. Mrs. Ve
neta Rlggs, Mrs. Dorothy Rose,
Mrs. Lola Rose, Mrs. Nundis
Steiber, Mrs. Bessie Webber.
Mrs. Lillian Baumgardner and
Mrs. Pearl Adams.
Hostesses for the next month's
meeting are: Mrs. Elolse Hib
bard, Miss Frances Larson and
Mrs. Stella Page.
EOEN LADIES AID TO
MEET NEXT TUESDAY
Eden Ladles Aid of the Elga
rose Lutheran church will meet
next Tuesday afternoon, August
16, at the home of Mrs. J. N.
Sands with Mrs. Zelma Sands, co
hostess. Members and friends
are cordially Invited to be pres
PINOCHLE CLUB HAS
The Fair Oaks Pinochle club
met Saturday evening at the Rec
reatlon hall of the Sutherlin
Homes with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Bird as host and hostess.
A potluck supper was enjoyed
at cju ociock, aner wnicn pi
norhle was played.
Enjoying the evening were:
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Manning and
Hand-daughters. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Norton. Mr. and Mrs. Al
fred Hand, Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert Hibhard. Mr. and Mrs. Dik'e
Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crow
ell, Cliff Flory, Harry Rea, Mrs.
Viola Hazlett, Mrs. Mabel Crouse
and daughter, and the host and
hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Bird.
High scores were held by Cliff
Flory and Mrs. Gula Croweil,
and low by Harry Read and Mrs.
CLUB MEETING HELD
Mrs. Allie and Mrs. Mahle Bu
senbark were hostesses to the
Home Economics club at the
home of the former Wednesday,
when a potluck luncheon was en
joyed In the garden by the fol
lowing: Glance Ransome, Patri
cia Doerner and daughter, Pattl,
Margaret Adylotte, Mayme Nich
ols, Anne Chltwood, Becky Chit-
wood and two sons; Amy Kruge.
Margaret Finn, Amy Matthews,
Irene Busenbark, Ruth Simmors
and children, and Margaret
Keece. A handkerchief shower
was held for Allle Busenbark in
honor of her birthday and a dec
orated cake was presented to her
and served to the guests.
MR. AND MRS. WALES
TO BE HONORED .T
BRIDAL SHOWER PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. James Wales,
who were married August 4, will
be guests of honor at a miscel
laneous bridal shower party at
the Ride valley hall at two o'
clock Tuesday afternoon, Au
gust 16. The public Is cordially
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Large Stocks Assure Eoie In
Selecting Pleating Patterns
, Sea Display At
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Everything For The Builder
riotf 4 Mill St.
JOYCE SHEFFEL It
HONORED AT CHARMING
BRIDAL SHOWER PARTY
Miss Joyce Sheffel, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. L. Sheffel of
Sutherlin, was honored at a
charming bridal shower party
given by the Young Women's so
ciety of the Christian Service and
the Woman's Society of Christian
Service of tne local Methodist
church Wednesday evening at the
social rooms of the church.
The serving table was covered
by an exquisite lace cloth. The
centerpiece was an artistic bas
ket arrangement of pastel gla
dioli flanked by tall tapers. The
large room was decorated with
pastel colored streamers and the
seat of honor was beautiful with
a pink, green and white arrange
ment. A small lace-covered table cen
tered with small centerpiece of
crystals, flanked by tall tapers,
held the many beautifully wrap
The social hour was spent play
ing two games: the first one was
dressing a clothes pin to repre
sent a bride and Mrs. Vera Brit,
tain won first prize with Mn.
Bradley winning the second for
having the best dressed brides.
The second game was a game
of recipes, where a picture was
drawn for the different ingredi
ents, which created much merri
ment. Mrs. Sheffel presided at the
nunch bowl and lovely heart shap
ed cakes were cut and served.
Beautiful gifts were presented
to the guest of uonor. Those en
joying the occasion with Miss
Sheffel were: Mis. Verna G ca
des, iirs. Helen Curry, Mrs. Ella
Wurster, Mrs. Laura Welsh, Mrs.
Kalhryn Norris and daughter,
Kathy Jo, Mrs. Jessie Riddlebar
eer. Mrs. Goldle Cooper. Mrs.
Alia Jean Campbell. Mrs. Ma'x.-!
Ross. Mrs. Lois Bryant, M-s.
Harriet Kabler, Mrs. Vera Swift,
Mrs Naomi Aaby. Mrs. Dorothy
Clark, Mrs. Eunice Beck. Mrs.
Stella French, Mrs. Elizabeth
Gleason, Mrs. Evelyn S. Mur
nen, Mrs. Ruth Pogue, Mrs. Ge
neva Wilson. Mrs. Elanor Taylor.
Mrs. Janet Mullins, Mrs. Ruth B.
Manning, Mrs. Marian Young,
Mrs. Mickey Mola, Mrs. Flossie
Sheffel, Mrs. Henrietta Beswlck,
Mrs. Martha Gwyn, Mrs. Flor
ence Turner, Mrs. Edgar Slack,
Mrs. Vera Brittain, Mrs. Thelma
Jones, Mrs. Mildred Swanson.
Mrs. Marian Weaver, Mrs. Ber
nlce Brewster, Carol Jo Kabler,
Miss Betty Jane Jones, Mrs.
Margaret Watson, Mrs. Gula
Croweil, Mrs. Kay Moore and
Tom Duer Kabler.
Those sending gifts who were
unable to attend were: Mrs. Brit
tain Slack. Mrs. Robert Hall,
Mrs. Mildred Culver and Mrs.
Irr- est t -
M- m. at
HEM SULLIVAN AND ORMOND FELDKAMP stand beside the new delivery truck which replaced
tne touring car originally used for milk deliveries. At the time this picture was taken, the partners
thought they were on top ot the world with their Umpqu dairy business.
Boswell Mineral Baths
1 Mile S. of Drain, Oregon
Here It la practically hunting time again
well, anyway, time to be buying that shotgun
you'll need when you go hunting. J. V. SPORT-
.NAiU'l.Wiy ..- .u- .in
There Is a good
selection of Win
chester and II h
ica shotguns, in
all gauges, and
shotgun shells to
there are .30-.30 Marlln rifles, which Jeff warns
will be a critical Item this fall. All calibers of
'.'le ihells, and cleaning rods and oils for keep
ing your gun In top condition are available at
J. V. Sporting Goods, too. Don't forget that pig
eon season opens September 1st, and your
cookie may want you to get a nice squab tor
Mgron pie. Next will be the pheasant season,
popular hereabout, opening October 1. We can
just taste 'em, can't you?
When some people discharge an obligation.
It's like a cannon going off you can hear the
report for miles around.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester are back from their trip
to San Francisco, this week. Les reports that
Ihey enjoyed the drive and the semi-annual
showing of gift Items which Ihey attended. We
asked him what he bought for sale at LES
TER'S GIFT SHOP, 337 N. Jackson. He says
he ordered a pretty new line of stemware, a
new line of pottery, new Chinese modern cera
mics, and miscellaneous hostess Items. Some of
the Items have already arrived. Including sets of
party stirrers for tall drinks. These have blown
glass animal figures mounted on the tops see
them right now in Lester's window.
Another thing you'll be
wanting for your home
luxurious new Callawav
bath sets, from JOSSE'S.
You'll find them In subtle
two-tone pastel combina
tions and all-white, of col
orfast and washable che-
nllle with an embossed ry,l,
uorai arsign in coi-pi.
mentary colors. The size
la a generous 21"x36",
and two-tone colors are
grey, blue, tan, peach,
ani preen. Match up your
choice with super-absor
bent Callaway towels lor
unexcelled beauty and comfort.
Modern girls may be affected, but they never
put op much.
Know an ex-G. I. going back to college for his
senior year, this fall? Give him a Bhy Ben
a'arm clock, to help him get lo cesses on time.
ASHCRAFT'S at :03 S. Jackson have them In
a larpe round lvorv model with luminous dint
and chime alarm. For the college or business
c-lrl. there Is a small round B.ibv Ben in lvorv
enamel or a Westclox travel alarm which Is a
flat oval with a sliding panel to cover Hie dial
for nark ii s. The hinged Dai K forms a stand f r
setting It up on a bedside table. This one has a
luminous mat, too. Ail oi mrr moons are siirni
you can't hear them ticking from a few feet
Here's another must for cellece or bulnes
Iris-fall coats at EXCEL DRESS SHOI'PE.
hi group includea tweed and fleeces In
smart belted style with big pointed collar and
patch or slashed pockets. The special feature
about this model Is the removable belt but
toned on at the side seam, the front ends of the
belt may be removed for a belted back st 'le. Or
all three sections of the belt may he taken off,
and 'he coal worn as a very smart beltless mod.
el. There you have the answer to your fall coat
A broken friendship may be mended, but It
will never be as strong and deep as before.
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?"fi berrv sundae at the ICE CREAM
tilt KRY? They're yummy. Made
tLL-vi.i with their delectable homemade
Ice cream and sweet fresh wild
blackberries, topped with whip
ped cream, It's only 25c. Why not
give Mom a treat when she's
downtown shopping for Junior's
school needs? Take her lo the Ice
Creamery for a sundae or one of their banana
spills made with three scoops of Ice cream and
three flavors of sauce. Just simply covered with
whipped cream and chopped nut meats. Double
malls In all flavors are special at 25c, and for
chilly days you'll appreciate the grilled sand
wiches. The Ice Creamery Is right downtown,
next door to your favorite department store.
Is August the birthday month for vour fam
ily? Then you can save yourself a deal of time
and trouble by ordering the appropriate cake
from CLEO'S QUALITY BAKERY. You can
haw your favorite white or gold cake made to
order In any sire, and hand-decorated In dainty
colors. Thr real-looking flower and leaves are
lust as edible as the fine-grained cake, because
Ihey are made of butter cream. And so festive
Ihev look, with their Happy Birthday lettering.
lrder one for your anniversary or daughter's
wedding. In an elaborate three or five tier dec
orated In white or pastel colors. Cleo's Bakerv
Is at 314 N. Jackson, Just a few steps north of
If you have to be forced to do a kindness, you
don't deserve any thanks.
f lasses by C h a r m
louse, extra tall
for those Iced sum
mer drinks, are the
news from the
ment at VMPQl'A
WARE. They a re
hand-decoratt ' with
Jungle scene In
red, blue, green and
yellow on clear
crystal. Other gav patterns are "Blossomtlme"'
and "Ming" a Ohlnese design. Libbcy chip
proof crystal decorated with gold monograms
or floral patterns may be your choice. And
there are a variety of frosted glasses in pastel
shades of red. blue, green, and yellow. Including
a landsome water set with pitcher and six
glasses in six pasel shade. Another set has gold
Hands ringing the glasses and pitcher. Juice sets
In two sizes with gay hand painted designs wi!!
mnke a cheerful addition to your breakfast
table. Your family Just can't be grouchy, faced
with gay glassware -and china and an early
morning sun edging around the window-frame.
: ii- n Bint
PROOF OF EXPANSION is shown in this photo taken 14 years later. Not only had the two part
ners expanded their truck fleet from one to nine, but thev alto occupied a much larger, esoe
daily designed building. This building is the present lite of the Umpque Dairy, located on the
corner ot iykes and Short streets.
WARTIME SHORTACES caused this return to a slow but reliable type of transportation.
Roseburg citizens were at first startled to see the Umpque Dairy trucks out of circulation during
the war years but the rubber tired cart drawn by the two faithful dobbins served their purpose
The horses were retired finally after the armed forces deprived them of their drivers.
"or s x
Miller's offer o corefully
selected and popularly
priced collection of jew
elry for back-to-school
girls. Come in tomorrow
and make your selection,
Miss Co-ed will choose o brilliant Date Time Choker
ond bracelet of imported stones . . .
CHOKER . . . 3.89
BRACELET . . .1.89
So swell for school!
Lustrous Pearls by Mar
vella. 1-2 and 3-strand
simulated pearls beau
3.7S to 12.00 (tax included).
In Dusty Pmk, Emerald
Green, Ruby and Tiger
1 strand necklace 1.25
2 strand necklace 2.S0
Exciting! Tab Bracelets
The newest thing tor fall
Special earrings for co-eds
DRAIN ELKTON MASON
PICNIC IS ENJOYED
The Drain-Elkton Mason picnic
at the Henry Beckley ranch was
attended by a large number Sun
day. After the dinner the enter
tainment Included races, games
and contests. Mrs. Henry Beck
ley won the prize for guessing
the correct number of beans in
a pint Jar. Mrs. Jim Whipple won
the woman's foot race. Lloyd
Coons won the men's foot race.
A Softball game was also enjoy-
,tl - -ft
It Poys to Buy From
Where your dollar ha more cents
Riversdale Grange held an In
teresting meeting Fridav night at
the hall with the third and fourth
degrees being conferred on Carl
and Eihel Youngren. Frank and
Olivia Worland, C. B. and Thel
ma Erickson, E. J. and Eunice
Langlois, Agnes Pitchford and W.
Committee chairmen gave re
port and C. W. Cook gave the
annual Insurance report. Mrs. C.
M. Stark reported on Mr. Hoop s
offer regarding photograph and
on account of the largeness of the
organization, the group voted not
to accept the offer.
W. H. Carter presented the
Grange with a new electric clock,
which will be installed at once.
The degree team captain, Ray
Deadman. reported degree work
for the September 2nd meeting.
Mrs. C. M. Stark, lecturer, pre
sented the literary program and
b talk was given on Camp File
by the executive secretary, Eli
zabeth Gibson, who a.so showed ;
an exhibit of Camp Fire work, i
A fine exhibit of antiques was
Viola Spencer reported on the
Pomona Grange meeting. The
next Pomona Grange meeting
will be held at Evergreen Grange
hall in October.
C. T. Tipton was appointed
chairman of the county fair and
the following were eppointed to
serve on ine committee: Kay
Deadman, Myron Lehne, W. .
Love, B. F. Jhilson, Mrs. C. T.
Tipton and Mr. E. G. Trozelle.
The next meeting will be Au
gust 19 at 8:15 o'clock at Ihe
hall. Refreshments will be serv
ed by the committee In charge.
JUDY HENSLEY IS '
HONORED AT PARTY
Miss Judy Hensley, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hensley,
of Sutherlin, was the honoree at
a lovely birthday party at tier
home Monday. Various games
provided entertainment and at
the close of the evening, a deli
cious birthday cake was cut and
served with ice-cream. Judy re
ceived many lovely gift from
her many friends.
Attending were: Diane Haynes
of Elkton. Joan Hatcher, Ardena
Hague, Claudia Webster, Billie
Webster, Lois Herrington, Harold
Cooper, Bonnie Hensley, and the
guest of honor, Judy Hensley.
Mrs. Helen Squier, and Mrs. VI
Cooper, assisted Mrs. Hensley in
serving the youngsters.
Pinball Machines To B
Licensed At Vancouver
VANCOUVER. Wash., Aug. 12
UP Pinball machines here are
to be licensed and a 10 percent
tax placed on gross receipts.
An ordinance passed by city
commissioners is effective Sept. L
NUMBER AT MEETING
The regular monthly meeting
of Douglas Court No. 18, Ama
ranth, was held In the Masonic
Temple on Friday, August 5th.
This youngest of Roseburg'- fra
ternal orders 1 off to a good
start. A large class was Initiated,
this being the first since organi
zation a few weeks ago. The Ini
tiatory ceremony I very impres
sive and wax perfectly executed
by the officer. A: the nxt meet
ing, which will be September
2. a still larger class wiii be Ini
tiated. A social hour followed the
meeting at which time refresh
ments were served. Mrs. Loll
Cassel-Qutne, Royal Matron, pre
sided during the meeting of the
Student Register Now!
Classes Start Sept. 1
Phone 1078 R
Dr. Bertha L. Devore. former
ly of Drain and now of Cali
fornia, was among tnose enjoying
the affair. She has Just returned
from a cruise to Alaska.
Sea NORGE Before You Buy
Norge and Maytag
lino s Stephens
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117 W. Cast S.