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Roseburg Girls Leaving Soon
To Attend Various Colleges
Unable to contact all of the girls attending college from Rose
burg for last week's society page, the News-Review photographer,
Paul Jenkins, invited these young ladies to have their pictures
taxen lor today s Issue.
Miss Virginia oung, Pi Beta
Phi sorority member, will leave
the 19th ol the month for Eugene
to begin her Junior year at the
school of music In the University
of Oregon. She is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy O. Young.
Miss Georgene Shanklin, who
recently received Junior Certifi
cate Honors In the school of music
at University 'of Oregon, left
Thursday for Eugene to prendre
for rush week. She Is a member
of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority
and will begin her junior year.
The certificate award was matte
by the Honors Council on the
quality of scholastic work during
her first two years at the univer
sity. She plans to Investigate the
Honors program upon her return
to the university. She Is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R.
Shanklin Sr., of this city.
Miss Nancy Radabaugh, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Donn Rada
baugh, left Wednesday for Uni
versity of Oregon to begin her
sophomore year in the school of
liberal arts, where she is major
ing In science. She Is rushing
chairman for her sorority, Zeta
Tan Alpha.
Miss Shirley Helweg, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Helweg, will
begin her first year of college at
Willamette university at Salem,
where she will major In liberal
arts. She will leave for Salem,
September 13.
Miss Shirley Parker, daughter
of County Agent and Mrs. J. Ro
land Parker, will leave Roseburg
September 14th for Corvallis to
begin her Junior year at Oregon
Social Calendar
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Social items submitted by tele
phone for the society page must
be turned in before 12 o'clock
Monday through Thursday and
by 10 a. m. Friday at whhh
time the social calendar and Sat
urday's society page are closed
Sunday September 11
Umpqua post and unit. Ameri
can Legion and auxiliary and
their families invited to 4 p. m.
potluck picnic dinner at Veterans
hospital picnic grounds. Those at
tending are asked to bring food
for picnic and their own table ser
vice. Annual reunion of Applegate
clan of Oregon to be held at Drain
community hall at 10 a. m. with
potluck picnic luncheon at noon.
Descendants of Jesse. Charles and
Lindsay Applegate, families and
friends are invited.
U. V. R. B. A. picnic and table
show at Umpqua park. Picnic
luncheon at 12 noon followed by
Judging and table show with Wil
liam H. Belding. judge. Rabbit ex
hibits are restricted to members
only. Evervone interested Is Invit
ed. Coffee" will be furnished.
Monday September 12
Ladies auxiliary to Brotherhood
of Railway Trainmen to meet at
7:30 p. m. at I. O. O. F. hall.
rirfi a 1 of St. Joseph's Al
tar society to meet at home of,nonle of Mr, George A. Johnson,
Mrs. isaaore urouifu m oun-,-lin
with Mrs. Harvey Brown as
listing hostess. Members asked to
meet at parish house early In
evening for transportation. Mem
bers unable to attend are asked to
notifv either hostess.
KWhhors of Woodcraft Thim
ble club to meet at 1 o'clock pot
luck Juncheon at Umpaua park
Those attending are asueo
bring their own table service.
iw fall meetine of Riverside
P T A. at 8 p m at school lunch-
room Mrs Stanley Groshong. :
Mrs. Robert Gladwill and Mrs. i
I onrd Gibson. Camo Fire rep-,
and Jerry Willis, I
n e,- Amroiontative. will be
v.ker !
dinner at Carl's Haven with Mrs.
IJIflV Lions TO rrif-i i i un-n
Seated In the top picture left to
ngni: jviarnyn uixon, Joyce
Graham, Shirley Helweg and
Doris Rand. Standing are Shir
ley Parker and Janice Plummer.
Center -left: Georgene Shank
lln, Virginia Young and Nancy
Bottom picture left: Sue and
Betty Hahn.
State college, where she is major
ing in education. She is social
chairman for her sorority. Delta
Miss Marilyn Dixon will attend
Willamette university at Salem
as a freshman and will mator In
education. She is the daughter of
County Assessor and Mrs. Ned
Miss Doris Rand, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence K. Rand,
will enter Northwestern School
of Commerce in Portland.
Miss Janice Plummer, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Plummer,
will attend Lewis and Clark col
lege In Portland, where she has
enrolled in the school of music.
Miss Joyce Graham, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gra
ham, will major in secretarial
science and education, at Oregon
State college, where she will be
a freshman. She plans to leave
here September 17 for Corvallis.
Miss Sue and Miss Betty Hahn,
granddaughters of Mrs. Anna
Nlckson of Roseburg, will leave
September 19th for Eugene,
where Betty will be a senior at
Northwest Christian college and
Sue will enroll there for her
sophomore year.
Buckley Bell. Mrs. Bruce C. El
liott and Mrs. A. W. Kobernik.
hostesses. An attendance prize
will be awarded in the club this
Roseburg Choral society first
fall practice at 7:30 p. m. at jun
ior high school music room under
direction of Charles A. Rickctts.
D. A. V. auxiliary. Dean Perrine
unit, No. 9, to meet at 7:45 p. m.
at Del Rey cafe, Winchester. First
fall meeting.
B. P. W. C. first fall meeting at
8 p. m. in basement at armory
with membership committee in
charge. Refreshments. Helen
Case, state membership chair
man. Eugene, to be guest speaker.
Meeting to be preceded by 6:30
no-hostess dinner at Hotel-Umpqua.
Tuesday September 13
Officers training conference at
10 a. m. at K. of P. hall In Ro
burg for all officers from each
unit of home extension program
in the count v.
District No. 11, O. S. N. A., Im
portant meeting at 7 p. m. at
Mercy hospital. Representative
from the State Nurses association
headquarters to discuss the
"Structure Study" program.
Business and Professional Wo
men's club no-hostess luncheon at
12 o'clock at Hotel Umpqua
Rotebur Rebekah lodee. No.
11, to meet at 8 p. m. at hall. 1
Members and visiting memoers in
vited. Initiation. Sack lunch.
Martha circle of Faith Lutheran
church to meet at 1:30 p. m. at
Rt. 2. Box 160. near Carl's Haven
Those desiring transportation are
asked to meet at 445 S. Pine street
before 1:15. Members and friends
are invited.
Wednesday September 14
Friendly Circle club to meet In
afternoon at home of Mrs. Wil-;ln
liam Mills. 1735 N. Stephens
street. Pollvanna gifts to be ex-'or
changed. i
Rebekah degree staff to prac-1
tlce at 7:30 p. m. at I. O. O. F. hall
under direction of Mrs. Lena
Tenmile Ladies club to meet at
noon potluck luncheon at Tenmlle
'dinner at Carl's Haven. Members i
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asked to make reservations by
calling Mrs. Inman. 1113-L, Mrs.
babln, 1137-R. or Mrs. Bob Lam
beth, by Saturday, Sept. 10.
Circle No. I of St. Joseph's Al
tar society to meet at 8 p. m. at
home of Mrs. Howard Wilson on
S. Main street. Mrs. W. F. Amlot
to be speaker. All women of par
ish interested are invited.
W. C. T. U. to meet at 2 o'clock
at home of Mrs. B. B. Irving. 906
Military street. Fine program.
Members and friends invited.
Thursday September 15
Rlversdale Home Extension unit
to meet from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
af grange hall for all women of
Garden Valley. Edenbower and
Rlversdale. Those attending are
asked to bring their own lunch.
Textile painting is the topic for
the day.
Country club "women to open
annual handicap golf tournament
at 8:30 a. m. at club course.
Luncheon at 12:30 and contract
bridge play at 1:30.
uigles auxiliary drill team to
practice at 8 p. m. at Eagles hall.
Koseoure chapter o: tasiern
Star members, visiting members
and husbands invited to 6:15 pot
luck dinner at hall. Those not so
licited are asked to bring a cov
ered dish, salad or dessert. Regu
lar meeting at 8 p. m.. followed by
entertainment to be put on by the
ladies. Husbands also Invited to
the entertainment.
Winston Community club to
meet at 7:30 p. m. In new club
house. All residents of the district
invited. Entertainment In charge
of Mrs. Reba Buttler, Mrs. Alice
Mlchell. Mrs. Vivian Borgaess and
Mrs. Bonnie Atwell. Refresh
ments. Study group of Methodist
church to meet at 12:30 potluck
luncheon at home of Mrs. A. J.
Geddes, 302 E. Washington street.
All women or church Interested
are invited. Those attending are
asked to bring their table service.
Munv dook, "japan Begins
Again," to be in charge of Mrs.
Flovd Powell.
P. N. G. club to meet at 7:30
desesrt supper at home of Mrs.
Jack Preston on S. Stephens
street. Installation of officers.
Hostesses Include: Mrs. Preston,
Mrs. J. Earl Pickens. Mrs. V. T.
Jackson. Mrs. F. J. Herman and
Mrs. Fred A. Goff.
Alpha Iota chapter, Beta Sigma
to meet at 8 p. m. at home of :
Mrs. Robert Phillips.
901 Winchester. Ethel Van Voorst
tftnrt Mrt Rohert Rhrwtos hm.
tesses. Topic. "Speech," in charge I
ot Mrs. Ernest Barker Jr., guest '
Friendship club of Pythian Sis- j
ters meeting at home of Golda i
iMCKen, 4ui w. Douglas. tinK and
blue shower for Mrs. Jeanne Mol-
Friday September 1(
Women of Presbyterian church
to sponsor all-day rummage sale
basement of church. Articles
may be left at church on Sept. 15.
will be picked up by calling
Mrs. Armour Murdock, 535-Y.. or
Mrs. S. J. Shoemaker, 144-L.
Teachers reception at Dillard
schoolhouse at 8 p. m. In evening.
S peel a I music. Refreshments.
New school auditorium to be open j
for the meeting.
Chapter BI, P. E. O. Sisterhood.
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at summer home of Mrs. Clair K. I
Plctura by Paul Jenklfu
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Allen, end of Fisher road. Those
attending are asked to bring their
own service. Dessert and coffee
will be furnished.
Company D, 162nd infantry of
World War II will hold annual re
union at Canyonville Community
hall at 8 p. m. Chicken buffet
supper. Members are urged to at
tend and are asked to bring their
wives or lady guests.
Rlversdale grange to meet at
8:15 p. m. at hall for "Back to
School" program. Members are
asked to wear appropriate cos
tumes for the affair. Women at
tending are asked to bring a sack
lunch for two.
Saturday September 17
Junior golf tournament at Rose
burg Country club beginning at
10 a. m. in charge of Mrs. Walter
Brydges, Mrs. Maurice L. Hall
mark and Mrs. Joe Perrault.
Catholic ladies rummage sale
from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. In base
ment of rectory on East Oak
Presbyterian women's all-day
rummage sale in basement of
Sunday September 1S
Attorney and Mrs. Dexter Rice
to celebrate golden wedding anni
versary at reception at their
home, 241 S. Kane street, from
2:30 to 5 o'clock in afternoon and
from 7:30 I 10 o'clock in the eve
ning. Relatives and friends cor-
dially invited to call.
September 30
State regent, Mrs. Archie Mo
w". vy " "J umpqua
chapter, D. A. R., at 7 o'clock
banquet. Meeting at home of Mrs.
Douglas Walte. Place of banquet
to be announced later. Reserva
Hons must be in by September 26
by calling 678 L.
The Senior High school faculty
members and their families,
members of the school board.
City School superintendent and
Mrs. Paul S. Elliott, and Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Collier enjoyed a de
lightful potluck picnic supper Sa
turday evening at the J. C. To-
man home on the lower Garden
valley road. Covers were placed
Swimming and visiting were
enjoyed during the social hours.
Society and GUU
XI Epsilon chapter, Beta Sig
ma Phi met Thursday evening
at the attractive aummer home
of Mrs. Clair K. Allen on the
Fisher road, with members en
tertaining their husbands at
potluck supper.
Covers were Disced for Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Moon Jr, Miss Vir
ginia . Young. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Hart, Mr. and Mrs.
Worth E. Davis, Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Schoenleber, Mrs. R. W.
Tozler, Mr, and Mrs. Edward
Marcell, Mr. and Mil. M. C. Bow
ker, Mrs. Bernard Saar, Mis.
Ray Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Wharton and Dr. and Mrs. Clair
K. Allen and son. BID.
Canasta was in play during the
evening hours.
Alpha Iota chapter. Beta Sig
ma Phi met at the home of Mrs.
T. B. Virden Thursday evening
for an eight o'clock dessert-supper
with Mr. R. B. Rhodes. Mil.
Elliott Perkins and Mrs. Robert
P. Kidder, hostesses.
Guest sneaker on "Oratory,
was Rev. Willis F. Erickson, pas
tor of Faith Lutheran church,
who was introduced by Mrs. Rob
ert Kent, who assisted him In
leading the general discussion
following his reading and discus
sion of "The Sermon on the
Mount." Mrs. Rhodes and Mrs.
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Pleture by Paul jMiktiu
The marriage of Miss Peggy
Leah Dye, only daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Dye of Reeds
port to Gerald William Ulett. son
of Mrs. Gertrude Ulett of Fallon.
Nevada, formerly of Coquille, Or
egon, was solemnized Sunday aft
ernoon at three-thirty In a beauti
ful garden ceremony at the home
of the bride's parents In Reeds
port. The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. Robert Green of tht
Episcopal church of Coos Bay.
Mrs. LeRoy Clasen of Coquille
was soloist, who sang "Because''
and "O Perfect Love," and was
accompanied by Wayne Smith of
Miss Phyllis Morgan of Eugene
was maid of honor, and brides
maids were Miss Mildred Chetty
of Portland and Miss Zato Sin
clair of Lebanon. Gregory Smith
of Eugene was best man. Ushers
were Richard Engdall of Pendle
ton and Robert Hedges of Port
land. The bride has been attending
the University of Oregon at Eu
gene, and Is a member of Delia
Gamma sorority. The groom at
tends Oregon State college at
Corvallis, and Is a member of
Phi Gamma Delta. The young
couple will attend Oregon State
college, where they will complete
their courses. He is taking engi
neering. Out of town guests Included the
St. Onge family of Roseburg, for
mer Reedsport residents, the
Stanley Cochran and M. M. Kelly
families of Springfield, also for
mer Reedsport residents.
The Mid-Week Bible class of
St. Paul's Lutheran church held
a very enjoyable meeting Thurs
day afternoon at the parish house
with Rev. and Mrs. Graef and
Mrs. Coenenberg of Sutherlln as
guests. Rev. W. A. Sylwester led
the group In a very interesting
discussion of 'The Lord's Sup
per." Lovely refreshments were serv
ed by the hostesses. Mrs. W. Neh
ring and Mrs. H. Ylvlsaker.
The next meeting will be In the
form of a potluck luncheon to be
held at the home of Mrs. C. Per
ry, eight miles north of Myrtle
Creek on October 6.
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Kent were in charge of the pro
gram. Mrs. Robert Phillips, president,
conducted a short business meet
ing and appointed Mrs. Ed Radl-
gan and Mrs. Frank Rogan to
ring cookies for the county home
to the next meeting, which will
be held at the Phillips home.
Sept. 15, at eight o'clock, with
Miss Ethel Van Voorst and Mi's.
Robert Rhodes, hostesses. Mrs.
Ernest Barker will be program
chairman of the topic. "Speech."
A guest speaker will be present.
Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs. Perkins and
Mrs. Kidder served lovely re
freshments to Mrs. Frank Wick
ham, Mrs. Ed Radigan, Mrs.
Frank Rogan. Mra. Ralph Oil
man, Mrs. Craig Short, Mrs.
Spencer Yates, Mrs. Robert
Kent, Mrs. Lester L. Wlmberly,
Mrs. Verdun Boucock, Mrs. Rob
ert Phillips, Mrs. Ernest Barker
Jr., and Mrs. Sidney Domenlco.
Mrs. Ella Moore entertained
the Woman's Benefit association
at her home Thursday afternoon.
An interesting business session
was followed by an enjoyable so
clal hour and a watermelon feed.
The watermelons were from the
garden of Mrs. Maude Powers.
The next meeting will be at
two o'clock Sept. 22 at the home
of Mrs. Willmetta Squire, corner
of Brooklyn and Taylor, Clover
dale. Each member is asked to
bring a guest or two to the meeting.
St. George's Episcopal Guild
met Wednesday for an interest
ing session at tne parish house.
Plans were outlined for fall proj
ects and activities. All women of
he congregation are urged to at
tend the Guild meetings and par
ticipate in the activities of the
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Ellfrlts
entertained Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Albright as guests at an informal
evening of cards at their home
Thursday. Lovely refreshments
were served following the card
First PresUvtertan church open
ed their fail program Thursdav
evening at the home of their pres
ident, Mrs. F. W. Fields on Cal
kins road. Twenty-four members
were present.
Mrs. Lee Sherman presented
the topic. "Martha and Marv"
continuing the discussion of fa
mous women In the Bible. De
votions were given by Mrs. Ne!s
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Thirty-nine members and de
scendants of the Benjamin Hun
tington family gathered at the
old homestead in Rice Valley
Sunday for a get-to-get her and
reunion honoring the memory of
their parents and brother, James
(Jay) Huntington.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Huntington,
who now own the home place,
were host and hostess, assisted
by their son, Collis, and daugh
ter, Louise, and their families.
Grandchildren present were
Phillip, John and David Bloom
quist of Corvallis, and Frances,
Phillip and Cheryl Ann Hunting
ton of Coos Bay.
Of the thirteen children reared
on'the homestead, eight were in
attendance including the eldest
brother, Benjamin Jr., and eld
est sister, Retta Huntington Tur
ner, of Rockaway, Ore. Mrs. Tur
ner was accompanied by her son,
T-Sgt. James H. Turner of Fort
Lewis, Wash. Peret Huntington
of Sisters, Ore., had the largest
family represented which includ
ed his wife. Helen; son, Peret Jr.,
of Portland; daughter, Ruth He
witt and her three children, Sar
ah Ann, Sammv and Robert;
daughter. Mary H. Eastman and
two children, Janet and Cynthia,
of Roseburg.
Mrs. B. H. Nichols (Mary
Huntington) and her two sons,
Mrs. Sarah H. Wertr came from
Oregon Technological Institute
where she has Just completed a
summer work-shop in the art of
textile painting by the silk screen
methods. Mrs. Wertz brought
with her a huge cake, fancy-decorated
by the bakers-to-be in the
trade school.
Family members, who live
near Yoncaila included: Webb
and Edna Huntington, their
daughter, Bernice Medeke, and
grandson, Richard Walker; Anna
Klngery and two children. Don
aid and Molly; Mr. and Mi's. Ho
mer McKirdy and daughter. Ruth
Helen. Mrs. McKirdy is a daugh
ter of the late Jay Huntington
of Rice Valley.
After enlovlne a hnnnttrni
luncheon served under the maple
ura, an iniormai program took
place at which time Renlamin
Huntington Jr.. acted as master
of ceremonies. A silent tribute to
me iamuy s parents and brother,
Jay. opened the orosram.
Five, who had birthoavs In Au
gust and September, had special
oirinaay rememnrances. Infor
mal ana impromptu talks were
given by several members, who
reminisced and told anecdotes.
The young people staged a ro
deo, rounding up the livestock
and cutting fancy capers on
horseback. Plans were made for
another family reunion next year.
One of the most Interesting so
cial events of the year will be the
golden wedding celebration or At
torney and Mrs. Dexter Rice,
Sunday, Sept. 18, at a reception
at tneir attractive home at 241
South Kane street. Relatives and
friends have been moat cordially
Invited to call between the hours
of two-thirty and five o'clock in
the afternoon and from seven
thirty to ten o'clock In the eve
Attorney and Mrs. Rice were
married in Roseburg and with
the exception of just part of one
vear, have resided here their en
tire married life. Arrangements
for the afternoon and evening re
ception are being made by their
only daughter, Mrs. D. W. (Iris
Kicei Heiiiweu, wno is manager
of KRNR radio station.
Considerable discussion follow
ed on the church nursery with
members planning a clean-up
day. Mis. John Dingley will be
hostess at the October 4 meet
ing. "
Assisting Mrs. Field were Mrs.
John Loom Is. Mrs. Paul Wray
and Mrs. W. G, Hensnn. Zinnias
formed the centerpiece for the
service table during the social
Attending were Mrs. John Din
gley, Mrs. Robert Evans and her
Itautiful Heusawivti
Stk Mr. America Tifk
FORT LEE. N. J.. Sept. 10.-Vn
Thirty -two beautiful house
wives will show off their skill in
the kitchen and their shape in a
bathing suit In - today's semi
finals oi tne Mrs. America con
teat. Thursday's quarter final round
of eliminations added eight moie
glamour gal homemakers to a list
of 24 already selected for Hie
semi-finals and finals at nearby
Asbury park.
Beauty must be paired with
bona fide domestic talents in the
queen of the married girls. Two
panels of Judges prominent In
the two fields will be on hand to
select finalists and on Sunday
night, Mrs. America of 1949.
In last night's contest at Pali
sades Amusement park here,
eight entrants were picked from
Held ol 40 who had not taken
part in any previous preliminar
ies. They Included:
Mrs. California" Mrs. Fran
ces I Cloyd 23-year-old golden
blonde, mother of three children,
San Diego, Calif. -
Mrs. Oregon Mrs. Joel
Wesley. 27, of McMinnville, Ore.
A tablespoon of anchovy paste
and a teaspoon of finely grated
onion (pulp and juice) may be
added to a package of cream
cheese and then used for a crack
er spread to serve with a tomato
Juice cocktail. Soften a three
ounce package of the cheese and
mix in tne ancnovy and onion iia
vorlngs thoroughly. Sprinkle a
little finely grated parsley over
the spread for color, if you like.
Victory circle of the First Bap
tist church met Thursday after
noon at the home of the presi
dent, Mrs. Lora Kester, who con
ducted the business session with
Martha Merchant giving the de
votions. Melva Mobley, secretary
pro-tem, read the minutes and
had charge of roll-call.
Plans were discussed lor tne
While Cross work and activities
months. A social hour followed
and refreshments were served by
Mrs. Kester, assisted by Mae
Byrd. The closing prayer was
given by Nellie Simmons. '
Those present were Mae Byrd,
Louise Gwaltney, Florence Hahn,
Melva Mobley, Nellie Simmons,
Martha Merchant, Betty Baker,
Marybelle Walker, Rosa Hearn,
Ethel M. Beaver, Otie C. Harris
and the hostess, Lora Kester.
The next meeting will be at the
home of Marybelle Walker,
421 12 East Second Avenue north.
The date will be announced la
ter. Mae Byrd wilt have the de
votions and the missionary les
son will be in charge of Rosa
Winston Community club held
its first fall meeting In the new
clubhouse at the end of Grape
avenue. Everyone In the comitiu
nity is urged to attend the club
sessions and enjoy the new build
ing, which was built with the co
operstion of the residents of tht
The next meeting will he the
evening of September 15, at
which time Mrs. Reba Buttler
will have charge of the enter
tainment, assisted by Mrs. Alice
Mlchell, Mrs. Vivian Borgaess
and Mrs. Bonnie Atwell, Refresh
ments will be served.
Picture by Pul Janktna
mother-In law, Mrs. W. W. Ev
ans of Mesa, Ariz., Mrs. Alvord
France. Mrs. Wm. D. Green,
Mrs. W. G. Henson, Mrs. Donald
Monroe. Mrs.. Earl Neuru. Mrs.
Tom Pargeter. Mrs. Robert Sa
bin. Mrs. Walt Allen. Mrs. Lee
Shartnan. Mrs. Paul Wray, Mrs.
Nels Llndell, Mrs. Cecil Sh-r-wood,
Mrs. Alva Lawes, Mrs.
John Loomis. Mrs. B. R. Shoe
maker Jr., Mrs. Marlln Yoder,
Mrs. Richard Blakeley. Mrs. Rus
sell Knutson. Mrs. Rohert My
ers, Mrs. Victor Ding and Mrs,
Alvin Knauss.