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About The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1949)
Flegel Is Asked
To Take Part
Mayor Albert C. Flegel ol
Roseburg hai been Invited to par
ticipate Sunday. Sept. 18, In the
dedication of the new clubhouse
erected by the Cottage Grove Rod
and Gun club. He will Join may
oil Irom Drain, Cretwell, tu
gene, Springfield and Oakridge in
the ceremony. State Game Di
rector Charles A. Lockwood will
be the principal speaker.
The recreational project wa
undertaken by the Cottage Grove
sportsmen about two and one
half years ago. The club in the
spring of 19.8 purchased a site
consisting of 22 1-2 acres, located
at Walker, 5 1-2 miles north of
Cottage Grove on Highway 99.
With a membership approxi
mating 400, the club immediately
embarked upon an ambitious
building program, which has re
' suited in a two-story, 25 by 88
foot frame building, with spaci
ous porch across the front, look
ing out upon four traps with con
crete runways and modern trap
houses. The second floor of the
building houses an indoor rifle
range, while a 300-yard outdoor
rifle range has been built for
large calibre fire.
Donations of labor and mate
rial aided the club in successful
completion of its project.
The building supplies the club's
needs for a meeting place, and
also includes kitchen facilities.
Picnic Installations have been
made on the grounds, where an
outdoor flycasting pool also is
The clubhouse and grounds, it
Is announced, will be available
for organizational and civic uses,
and also will be used in connec
tion with the annual pageant,
"The Parade of the Chieftains."
The cremonial Sunday, Sept.
18, will be preceded by trapshout-
J. N. BOOR
-lGdn. Vally. Rl Ph. ji M
JOHNSON Sea Horse
Boats Boat Trailer:
Rostburej City Council
Apprevti August Claims
The following claims against
the city, incurred during August,
were oraerea paid oy tne city
council at tne regular semi-monthly
meeting, Sept. 6:
American Elkhart Co. $
American Lafranca-Fuamlta corp
California-Oregon Power Co.
Callfornia-Orrfin Power Co.
Coca-Cola Boultnf Co.
Coen Supply La
Columbia Equip Co.
. Lompion to.
Thurs., Sept. 8, 1949 The News-ftevtow, Roseburg, Or. 1
Cars ten Furniture Co.
Cliff Rirhftid Station
Dtnn-G-rrctsrn Co. ...
Doufla County farm Bureau .
Douflaa Abstract Co. Inc.
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Fiecel Transfer it Storage Co.
Fredrick son Photo Lab
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Kullerton Bcveraga Co, , ,
Ken L. Gllkeson ...
Hansen Motor Co,
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Howard Cooper Corp. ,
Joe a Harley-Uavtdson
Industrial Electric Service Co. -
Inertol Co . Inc.
J. V. Sporting Gooda .
Kier Crown Plumbing Co.
Landla Iron Works .
Lenix Typewriter Co.
Lockwood Motors . .
Modern Furniture Co
Magee Hale Park-O-Meter Co.
Mine Safety Appliance Co. -
New Service Laundry
Nelson Huer Co.
Nelson ic Ple Woodworking Co.
Ot bun Electric & Equip Co.
Ohio Chemical Pacific Co. . .
Oregon-Calif. -Nevada Fast Frt-
Orchard Auto Piru""Co."".ZJ
Phillips Office Supply
Pacific Tel. and Tel. Co
Pre-Mtx Concrete. Inc
Portland Paint it Lacquer Prod.
J C. Penney Co
M I. "Irv" Pugh
Pierce Aulo Freight Lines, Inc.
Railway Express Agency u
Rose burg Paving Co.
Roseburg Cafe . ,, , ,
Row burg News Review ..
Roseburg Sand St Gravel Co.
Roieburg Garbage Disposal
Roseburg Glass Co.
Roseburg Book Store
Roseburg Color Center
Roseburg Printing Co. .
Specialized Parts & Equipment
Staneal Asphalt St Bituminua
United Petroleum Corp.
Union Oil Co. of Calif.
Umpqua Valley Hardware'.
Van Waters Rogers, Inc
Western Auto Supply Co. .
R L. Whipple ...
Walters Radiator Shop ..
Western Union .
Wolbert Welding Machine
Ben B Irving
J. M Bartley
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Agent for Lyon Van Lines
Transfer & Storage
Gale Page, Singer
To Appear Here
I On September 17
' Gale Page, singing star of con
cert, motion pictures, radio and
j television, will appear at Junior
high school auditorium Saturday,
Sept. 17, at 8:15 p.m. in a popular
concert with Count Aldo Solito
de Solis, internationally famous
concert pianist and composer,
i The two artists, sponsored lo
i cally by the Roseburg Junior
Chamber of Commerce, will pre
' sent a program of Gershwin, Cho
pin, Kern, Debussy, Porter and
, original compositions by Solito
According to Jaycee Duane Ba
ker, concert chairman, the count
and Miss Page have a "rare ial
lent and ability to present oul
standing musical entertainment
and at the same time enj y worK
Baker added that M ss Pagr
and De Solis attribute their con
tinued success it. concert an. I
many other fields of endeavor t
the fact that they love their work
and are anxious to please.
Tickets, scaled at $2.40 for ie
served seats, $1.80 for general
admission, and 75 cents for stu
dents, are available at Lawson's
Ing during the morning hours. A
registered 16 yard shoot, as well
as handicap events, has been ar
ranged. The afternoon program will be
conducted by Warren Edwards,
; mayor of Cottage Grove.
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