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Golden And Silver Wedding Anniversaries Celebrated At Reception
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Mr. and Mrs. Clarance Mobloy and Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Ilmmoni
A most unusual and charming
affair wh held bunday, August
28. between two and five o'clock
In the afternoon In the parlora of
the rirat Baptist church, when
relatives and friends were Invited
to honor Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Sim
mons on their golden wedding an
niversary and to honor the Sim
mons' son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mohley,
on their silver wedding anniver
sary. Members of Victory circle
acted as hostesses for the affair.
Both Mrs. Simmons and Mrs.
Mobley wore Identical gowns of
dusty rose crepe. Mrs. Simmons'
gown was trimmed with gold se
quins and Mrs. Mobley's was trim
med with silver sequins. Mrs.
Simmons' corsage was of gold-col.
ored rosebuds and Mrs. Mnhley
wore gardenias and stephanotis.
Relatives present wore gold and
silver corsages. Mrs. Anne Ken
yon and Mrs. Clara Rodgson had
charge of the two guest books.
Out-of-town guests for the cele-,
hration were Mrs. Simmons' twol
sisters. Mrs. Anne Kenvon of Mis
sion City, R. C, and Mrs. Clara I
Hodeson of Veradale. Wash.:
Mrs. Bern ice Newman (daughter
of the Simmons and sister of
Mrs. Mobley), and Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Newman, son and daughter-in-law
of Mrs. Newman, and
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. William La Rov and
children, Jimmy and Dorothy, of
North Hollywood, cam.
R, L. Simmons and his daugh
ter, Miss Manan of Longview,
Wash. Mr. Simmons la a son of
the Simmons and brother of Mrs.
Mobley; Mrs. Kloyd Janes (daugh
ter of L. L, Simmons), and son.
Earl, of Longview, Wash. Mrs.
Janes is a granddaughter of the
Mr. and Mrs. John N. Sparks
Jr., and baby son of Salem.
I Mrs. Sparks, formerly Lois
Mobley, is a daughter of the Mo
bleysl, and. other children of the
Mobleys Included Mr. and Mrs.
(leorge Hughes and son, Alan,
(Mrs. Hughes was formerly Miss
Bobby Mobley), and Mr. and Mrs.
Keith Mobley and Harold Mobley
all of Roseburg.
Mrs. Kenyon and Mra. Hodgson
were both present at the Simmons
wedding fifty years ago. R. L.
Simmons was at the Mobley wed
ding twenty-five years ago.
The Simmons and Mobley fami
lies have made many friends
since moving hert to make their
home. Of the Simmons' ten grand
children, eight were present and
five of their seven great. grand
children were In attendance. A
lovely gift was presented to the
Simmons from Rev. Mr. Sim
mons' Sunday school class and
others. Victory circle presented
an attractive silver tray to the
Mobleys and a beautiful gold bud
vase to the Simmons. Both Mrs.
Simmons and Mrs. Mohley are
members of Victory circle.
Many beautiful gifts were pre
sented to the two honored couples
from relatives and friends.
Two laoe-covered tables were
decorated with candelabra with
one In crystal and the other in
silver, with fancy white candles
decorated In silver and gold. One
of the tables was centered with a
large beautifully decorated cake,
which had a circle of gold flow-
Plcture by Photo Lab
era and leaves and was especially
made for the occasion by Cleo's
bakery. The other table held the
crystal punch bowl and the cen
terpiece was a flower arrange-
gladioli and roses.
Mrs. Bernlce Newman cut the
cake, assisted by Mrs. Keith Mo
bley and Mrs. La Rov. Mrs. Leon
ard Newman and Miss Miriam
Simmons served the punch.
A delightful program was pre
sented by Mrs. Joseph Deets, who
sang "To You." by Speaks; "Wind
Song," by Rodgers. and "I'll Walk
Beside You," by Murray, accom
panied by Mrs. Gordon Walker;
vocal solo, 'Through the Years,"
by Harold Mobley, accompanied
by Wendell Johnson; Leonard C.
Newman sang, "One Alone" and
'The Lord's Prayer," by Millet;
Mrs. La Roy sang two solos,
"Sweethearts by Victor Herbert,
and "My Hero," accompanied by
Mr. Johnson, who played two vio
lin numbers, "Melodie," by Kreis
ler and "Danse Espognok" by
Kramer, accompanied by Mrs. S.
Yoncalla Couple Marry At Impressive Ceremony On September 3rd
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M. and Mrs. Donald Rychard
Miss Radine Payne, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Payne, be
came the bride of Donald Ry
chard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Rychard, at a prettv horn
wedding, held at the Rychard
home in Hayhurst Valley, Satur
day evening, Sept. 3rd at 8
o'clock. Large bouquets of zinnias,
astors, cosmos and gladioli were
artistically arranged around the
large living room. An Impro
vised altar was erected at the
end of the room In front of a
large window, where large bou
quets of gladioli and greenery
were used. Miss Mauline Ry
chard, niece of the bride groom,
lighted the candles, while Mrs.
George Edes, played s o f t ly
"Hearts and Flowers." Mrs. Edes
also accompanied Mrs. Luther
Daugherty, who sang "I Love
You Truly," Just before the. cei
emony, and also played the nup
The bride was beautiful in an
afternoon dress of white jersey,
made with accordian pleated
skirt, a sweetheart neck . line.
She wore a white halo hat, with
small veil. Her corsage was white
gardenias and tiny pink rosebuds.
Utile Vivian Payne, sister of the
bride scattered rose petals in the
path of the bridal party. Miss
Marilyn Payne, sister of the bride
was maid of honor. She wore a
pale pink crepe dress and a cor
sage of white and pink gladioli
and white rosebuds. Quentin Ry
chard was his brother's best man.
Rev. James Smith, pastor of the
Yoncalla Church of Christ read
the single ring ceremony in the
presence of the immediate rela
tives of the couple, and a few
close friends. Following the cer
emony a reception was held. Aft
er the traditional cutting the first
slice, the beautifully decorated 3-
(layer wedding cake, topped with
a mlnlalure Dndai couple was
served by Mrs. Dale Payne. Mrs.
Cassius Rychard and Mrs. Dar
rel Payne poured, assisted by
Mrs. Payne Sr.
The couple left immediately for
a short honeymoon. On their re
turn they will make their home
in Hayhurst Valley, where the
bride groom is engaged in turkey
raising. Mrs. Rychard wore her
wedding dress and hat for her
going away costume. '
The bridegroom, who only ten
months ago was stricken with
a severe case of polio, has re
covered greatly. He was grad
uated from Yoncalla high school
class of "48. The bride was grad
uated from Yoncalla high school
class of '49. She is employed at
the Dickeys Market and will
continue her work there.
Those present for the cere
mony were Mr. and Mrs. John
Payne, Marilyn and Vivian Payne,
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Payne, Mr.
and Mrs. Darrel Pavne, Mr. and
Mrs. Art Rychard, Mr. and Mrs.
Quentin Rychard, Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Daugherty, Mr. and Mrs.
Bruce Turpin. Mrs. Pearl Ritchey,
Mrs. Geo. Edes of Yoncalla, Mr.
and Mrs. Cassius Rvchard, Miss
Pauline Rychard, Phillip Ry
chard of Plush, Oregon, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Payne, Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Thomas of Cottage Grove
and Mr. and Mrs. Verle Miller
and daughter of Drain, Ore., Rev.
and Mrs. James Smith of Eugene.
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Society and QluLi
iy LOTUS KNIGHT PORTER
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB
TO HOLD FIRST FALL
MKETINQ MONDAY NIGHT
The Junior Woman's cluh will
hold a special meeting Monday
night, Sept. 12, at the Moose hail
at eight o'clock at which time
Mrs. Emery C. Ingham, chair
man for the Junior Extension,
Oregon Federation of Women's
clubs; Mrs. C. H. Castner, Fed
eral I o n Parliamentarian, ami
Mrs. Maxine Nieml, treasurer of
third district of Junior Woman's
club of Seaside, will be present.
Every club member Is asked to
be present and Is urged to bring
guests and prospective members.
A good liability policy is good
to have. We sell it.
Paul H. Krueger
136 S. Stephens St. Roteburj Phone 21
f had your p-;;a;1
ior your appoint
105 South Jackson
CAPT. AND MRS. KIDDER
HONORED AT LOVELY
PARTY SATURDAY EVENING
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Kidder and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Kidder
entertained at a very lovely par
ty at the S. L. Kidder home in
compliment to Captain and Mrs.
Jack Kidder, who left September
8, lor Santa Barbara, Calif., fol
lowing a month vlaiting here.
Captain Kidder la the youngest
son of the S. L. Klddeis and Is
a brotheV of Robert P. Kidder.
Fall flowers formed the attrac
tive decorations. Lovely birthday
rakes were presented to Miss
Gertrude Rast and Robert P.
Kidder. Contract bridge was In
play with William Fetter winning
the high score.
Besides the hosts and host
esses, those enjoying the evening
with Captain and Mrs. Kidder
were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ul
rich, Mrs. S. A. Sanford, Mr. and
Mrs. William Fetter, Mr. and
Mrs. Elliott Perkins, Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Rhodes. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles W. Wharton, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward B. Rowe, Mrs. M.
B. Green, Mrs. John Throne,
Mrs. T. B. Virden and Mrs. J. E.
Captain Kidder Is Instructor at
the Santa Barbara College R.O.
T.C. They were accompanied on
the trip here by their three small
sons, Jimmy, Robert and John.
COUPLE MARRY IN
The marriage of Lea Norris.
daughter of Phoebe Graves of
Canyonvllle, and George Mc
Briene, son of T. E. McBrlene.
of Welch. Oklahoma, took place
at the Methodist church in Can
yonvllle Sunday morning. Rev.
H. Erne Taylor performed the
Attendants were Phoebe
Graves and Francis Cochran of
The bride wore a suit of gray
sharkskin. Her accessories were
black and her corsage was of
After a short honeymoon trip
the young couple will make their
home in Coquille.
Mrs. McBriene was graduated
from Washougal, Wash, high
school. She is employed In the
R.E.A. office In Coquille.
A. F. Wolter Kress, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
U. S. National Bank Annex
Office Phone: 1500
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Kftce hours: Mon. Thru Sat
Marry September 4th At Beautiful Home Wedding
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Mr. and Mrs. Melvln LtRey Heleomk
Plctur br Milter-Moderns
VIOLIN AND VIOLA
10 Parrott Street
Member of the private teach
ing committee. American
String Teachers' Association
Miss Dorla Jean Barklow,
daughter of Mrs. Gladys Barklow
Smith of Roseburg and Melvin Le
Rov Holromh, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I. B. Holcomh of Roseburg, were
j married at a beautiful ceremony
i at the home of the bridegroom's
parents September 4. Rev. W. A.
I MacArthur, pastor of the Metho
j dist church, performed the cere
The hrlde wore a white two
, piece dress with a corsage of
fui'hslas and pink rosebuds. She
carried a Bible. The couple was
The bride's mother wore a
black and white floral dress with
a corsage of white gladioli and
the bridegroom's 'mother wore a
black dress with a corsage of
The rooms were beautifully
decorated with dahlias and 7in
nias. A lovely hand-crocheted
cloth covered the table. Ice cream,
wedding cake and punch were
served by Mrs. Vincent Holcomb,
Miss Dallas Hicks and Mrs.
Guests were the bride's mother,
Mrs. Smith; the bridegroom's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Holcomh:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holcomb
and daughter. Valva; Mr. and
Mrs. Vincent Holcomh, Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Holcomb and sons. Da
vid and Billy: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Swales, Junior Swales. Clara Ann
Swales. Miss Dallas Hicks, Gene
Cobb and Gene Larson.
Wt hove jobs for trained workers.
If you hov the; training, w hove the ob.
If you don't havt th training, eomt in or coll tomorrow
Fall enrellment new under way
GRANT'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
111 N. Stephens
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East Douglas ana Rama
Road. Watch tor Sign.
Horses for hire by the hour
Horses Boarded Br tbo Month
Phono U." R
MRS. LYLE QUIST
HONORS MRS. BARTLETT
AT CHARMING. SHOWER
Mrs. Lyle Qulst entertained at
a charming pink and blue shower
partv honoring Mrs. Arthur Bart
lett it her home Thursday eve
ning. Card games were enjoyed
and beautiful gifts were present
ed to Mrs. Bartlett by members
of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, who
were guests and Included: Mrs.
Donald Caskey, Mrs. Robert El
liott, Miss Margie Roberts. Miss
Betty Hunnlcutt, Miss Colleen
Ireland, Miss Ardyth Andrus.
Mrs. Bill Benson, Mrs. Robert
Reid, Mrs. Tyler Evans, Mrs.
Jack Rodgers, Mrs. I. J. Bean,
Mrs. Robert Nazelrod. Mrs. Ward
Cummings Jr., Miss Joyce Warn
pier, Miss Dolores Wagoner, Miss
Wilma Menon. Mrs. Howard
Thomas. Mrs. Rex Gardner and
the hostess, Mrs. Quist.
Lovely refreshments wer
served by Mrs. Quist.
It was the Romans who deve!
oped perfumery as an industry
and spread the use of perfume
all over the Roman Empire.
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