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Tht N.w.-Rtvl.w, Ro.abjr,, Ori Wed"., Oct. 12. 1949 ' an nual FL0WE( iihow
OF OCTOBER -CALENDAR
Society and QUU
By BETTY ALLEN
Social items submitted by tele
phone lor the society page must
be turned tn before 12 o'clock
Monday through Thursday and
by 10 a. m. Friday at which
time the social calendar and Sat
urday' society page are closed
PLANS BEING COMPLETED
FOR FALL BRIDGE FASHION
HOW, OCTOBER 1S
Committee! are rapidly shap
ing plans lor the dessert supper
and card party scheduled by
Ladv Elks for the evening of Oct.
19 at 8 o'clock In the Terrace
room of the Elks temple. Tick
ets are available from Ladv Elks.
Dessert supper will be followed
by cards and an Informal show
ing of fall styles by Ine Fashion
Center. Many reservations have
already been made for the af
fair which In the past has been
one of the highlights of the Lady
Elks social schedule for the fall
The puhlic Is Invited to attend
the affair which Is open to both
man and women.
MEETS AT SCOUT HALL
American Legion Auxiliary of
Sutherlin Post 121 met Friday at
the Scout hall with President Ma
bel Pearce in charge of the short
Members in attendance Includ
ed Mrs. Pearce, Mrs. Katherlne
Norrls. Mrs. Helen Currv. Mis.
Effle Dickens, Mrs. Marian
Cray, Mrs. Louise Dimmick and
Mrs. Laura Anderson.
BUSY STEPPERS HOLD
Busy Steppers club was enter
tained at the home of Mrs. Mar
Ian Hosa with Mrs. Gay Donart
assisting Thursday, Oct. 6 at a
12:30 o'clock potluck luncheon.
A short business meeting was fol
lowed by an afternoon of visit
ing and sewing.
Prizes were awarded Anna Ire
land and Garnet Folmsbee.
Iresent were Mrs. Bernlce
Parker and Suzanne; Mis. Pau
line Gore Mrs. Anna Ireland,
Mrs. Maureen Muetzl, Mrs.
Mary Hodges, Mrs. Helen North
craft. Ronald and Ann: Mrs. Gar
net Folmsbee, Mrs. P.enle Jen
kins, Mis. Margaret Wylie of
I-oa Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Adda
Ollivant and the hostesses. Mrs.
Ross and Mrs. Donart and son,
The next meeting will he at
the home of Mrs. Dosscys In Up
per Olalla. Oct. 20 with those at
tending bringing their own table
PLANNED BY ROTARY ANNS
Rotary Anns will hold a no
hostess luncheon at the Rain
bow Grill Thursday at 12 noon.
All wives of Rotary members are
asked to Join the group during
the informal luncheon hour.
AT EOWAROS HOME
Mr. and Mis. Harold Martin
and daughter. Miss Terry of Win
ston were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Edwards and
daughter. Miss Linda, Saturday
evening. The evening was spent
I Entertain Patients At Vets Hospital
We are introducing
our new Pre-Heat
Machine . . .
Starting at $6.95 and Up
Cold Wavts $10.50 and Up.
Our operators, Dorothy Andrus ond Jean Meade,
have had 10 years experience.
We also da manicuring
Leona's Beauty Shop
Phone 203 130 N. Jackson
Marshall Wells Store
Woman's club committees are
making arrangements for the an
nual fall "flower show" to be
held Tuesday and Wednesday,
Oct. 25 and 26 at the Methodist
church. Mrs. P. E. Beaver is g i
eral chairman assisted by Mrs.
J. J. Kester, Mrs. Foster Burner,
Mrs. Vel Broadway, Mrs. Glenn
Wimberly, Mrs. Jack West, Mrs.
W. H. Carter. Mrs. L. G. Twohy
and Mrs. Horace Berg.
Mis. Beaver stated today that
the two-day event will be called
a "flower show" this year rather
than the chrysanthemum show as
In the past, owing to a scarcity
Entries are requested from
Douglas county residents who
may contact the chairman ef
their special exhibit. It is asked
that exhibitors index their display
as to name and description of
shrub or flower In order that
spectators may learn the names
of plants if they desire the same
for their home.
In connection with the show a
bulb, plant and shrub sale will be
held and anyone having bulbs,
shrubs or plants for sale are ask
ed to contact Mrs. Carter, 74(1 J
and tag these for sale. A candy
sale also will he an added fea
ture, in charge of Mrs. Twohy.
Mis. Beaver requests that com
mittee chairmen be ready to re
port on the progress of their com
mittee and the amount of space
needed for their exhibits hy the
next club meeting, Tuesday,
Mrs. Foster Butner, who will
have charge of decorative ar
rangement of fruits, flowers and
foliage. All who will exhibit In
this department may contact h?i"
Mrs. Vel Broadwav who will
head the potted plant varieties
such as begonias. African Vio
lets, fuschia. geraniums, etc. Her
telephone is 121.
Mrs. Jack West, who Is chair
man of the decorative dried ar
rangements. She may be contact
ed at 871-J.
Mis. J. J. Kester. who will be
In charge of cacti and miniature
arrangements. There are a num
ber of collections of cacti in the
county and it is hoped that many
will be displayed. Those Interest
ed may call Mrs. Kester at 111-J.
Mrs. Glenn Wimberly. who is
chairman of the cut shrubbery,
berries and autumn foliage. Res
idence telephone ,6-J.
Mrs. Horace Berg will have
charge of a special table arrange
ment. Those Interested In displaying
chrysanthemums may contact
Mrs. Beaver. The chairman asks
all flower lovers to take part In
this fall showing. The puhlic is
urged to attend the two-day flow
er exhibit and view the varieties
of shrubs, plants and flowers pop
ular to Douglas County residents.
FORSYTHE GUILD MEMBERS
TO PACK OVERSEAS BOXES
Members of Forsyth Guild of
the First Presbyterian church
will pack gifts for overseas when
they meet at the church Thurs
day evening, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m.
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HANOY STUART JtAN WALLACt
Patients of th Roieburg Veterans hospital war glamoromly
entertained Sunday afternoon by two rising young movi sttn
Randy Stuart and Jean Wellac. Thai beautiful and taUntad
ldis r loaned to Veterani hospital camp shows by Twentieth
Century-Fox studios for personal tours of Veterans hospitals in th
western part of th United States. Both stars spent about five
hours at the Veterans hospital Sunday, visiting all th wards,
shaking hands and talking with th patients individually.
JTiaM folMi man butintu for On !'(.. . Facific Ttltphane proplt netiv pay adding up tc$19,000,OOOantonih.
Telephone paychecks also come to you
1 . Timber . . . paper . . . copper we have to
buy many things to build and run the telephone
system. Last year Western Electric, our principal
manufacturer and supplier, bought over 20 mil
lion dollars worth of materials in the West. More
than half of rath dollar we tske in goes for em
ployees. Most of it is spent and goes into circula
tion where they work and live.
3. Whan you odd It all up, you find the money
you spend for stmce comes back, in large psrt,
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you. And your telephone still dors its jobs lor
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i. Mora than 80,000 of those whose savings
built the business . . . who own telephone stock
. . . lixe in the West. In return for the us of their
money, a few pi nnies of each telephone dollar go
to them. And as they spend it, they also add to
Western prosperity. It would probably be hard to
find anyone who docs not in some way benefit
from the nmnrx we spend.
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GIVE TO YOUR COMMUNITY CHEST...6IVE All YOU CAN.
LARGE ROSEBURG GROUP
TO ATTEND NATIONAL
CAMP FIRE CONFERENCE
Roseburg' will he well rrp,"t.
sented at the national conference
j for Camp Fire Girls which is t
De neia in roruana, uci. i& .o
inclusive. Ten members of the
Koseburg council and six guard
ians are scheduled to make the
Any Blue Bird or Camp Fir
guardian, who has not been con
tacted and who will be able to
loin the group for the tup to
Portland, is urged to call the
Camp Fire office at Millers,
The council members include:
Mrs. James Conn, Mrs. Harold
Hoyt. president; Mrs. Morris
Bowker. Mia. Thomas Paigeter,
Miss Patricia Mayo, Miss Helen
Falbe, Mis. Betty Gibson, Mrs.
George Krlckson, Mrs. Jack
Chapman and the new executive
director, Miss Barbara Lou Kitt.
Guardians include Mis. Ger
trude Whipple of Drain, Mrs.
Fannie Groshong, Mrs. Virginia
Russell, president of the Kose
burg Guardians Association, Mr..
Hacl Gladwlll, Mrs. Dorotha Sail
and Mrs. Gladys Amundson.
PARROTT STREET CLUB
MEETING AT BROWN HOME
Parrot t Street club members
enjoyed a meeting recently at the
home of Mrs. Fannip Brown.
Mrs. Brown entertained for her
daughter, Miss Fiances Brown on
her birthday. An evening of vis
iting and music was enjoyed.
Miss Susan Brennan presented
several violin selections.
(ifts were presented Miss
Brown and refreshments served
to Mrs. Harold Cady, daughter
of Mrs. Brown from Northlield,
Minn.; Mrs. John Pinkerton,
Mrs. Haazel Meissner, Mrs. Myr
tilla Fmmett, Miss Susan Bren
nan, Mrs. Winnifred Cox, Mrs.
Peai-e Fox, the honored guest and
The next meeting will he Oct.
13 at the home of Mrs. Bertha
TO PLAN CARNIVAL
Pixonville Community club will
hold the regular meeting Fritlav,
Oct. 14 at the Dixonville hall at
8 p.m. A program has been plan
ned and arrangements will be
made for the bazaar and carni
val to be held in November. Fam
ilies attending are requested to
bring their cups and doughnuts.
MRS. KEASEY TO BE
HOSTESS TO CLUB
Mrs. I). W. Keasey will be host
ess to members of the Patch and
Chat club at her home Thursday
at 8 p.m.
PUBLIC INVITED TO TEA
TO BENEFIT ACOLYTES
OF EPISCOPAL CHURCH
The public will have an oppor
tunity to participate In a project
for the benefit of the Acolytes
of St. George's Episcopal church
Saturday afternoon from 2 until
4 o'clock. Mothers of the Acolytes
are sponsoring a tea for the pur
pose of raising funds for vest
ments for the boys.
Seventeen boys are taking part
I in this phase of church activity
j and were honored recently at a
potluck dinner at the parish hall.
1 Mothers are making arrange
j ments for Ihe tea and the public
' is Invited to call during the tea
LADY ELKS TO HOLD
Lady Klks will meet at the Elks
temple Thursday for a short busi
ness meeting at 8 p.m. followed
by an evening of cards. Bridge
and pinochle will be played. At
that lime reports will he heard on
Ihe dessert supper and card par
ty to be held Wednesday. Oct. 19
In the Terrace room of the tem
ple. YONCALLA CLUB
The Yrmcalla Business and Pro
fessional AVoman's club attended
the Yoncalla Methodist church
service in a body Sunday morn
ing in keeping with observance of
Business and Professional Wom
an's club week. The minister,
Rev. Mr. Byard. delivered a ser
mon on "Love" stressing the
need of love in service to man
kind, one of the objectives of the
PINK AND BLUE SHOWER
HONORS MRS. BARTLES3
AT WINCHESTER HOME
Mi s. Dean Bart less w as host
ess at a pink and blue shower
honoring Mrs. William C. Hein
bach. Jr. at her home at Win
chester Friday evening. Games
and sewing were enjoyed and
gifts were presented Sirs. Hein
bach. Later refreshments were
served with Mrs. Rosa Heinbach
assisting the hostess.
For a company vegetable dish,
couple green snap beans with sli
vers of mushroom or celery cre
scents. Or serve the butter
ed cooked snap beans sprinkled
with slivered browned almonds.
3oswell Mineral Baths
1 Mile S. ol Drain, Oregon
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Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Roieburg
By MRS. ROSA HEINBACH
Mis Betty Jean Post, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. Post of Dil
lard, who was injured in an auto
accident Friday evening, is re
ported improving satisfactorily in
Mercy hospital. She is suffering
from a fractured ankle and face
and head injuries, but is resting
She was returning from the
high school football game in the
company of Robert Sullivan of
Roseburg. who was also Injured,
and Dorothy Hunter, and Dean
McFarland when the accident occurred.
Oliver Fosback, eldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fosback of
Dillard. la ill at Mercy hospital
with pneumonia and flu. His con
dition is reported Improving satisfactorily.
A very successful hunting party
was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs.
Willard Laurance, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Burks and Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Laurance and children, in
eastern Oregon near Lakevlew.
J. G. Barnes of Dillard, In com
pany with Clifford Aten. Rose
burg, Bob Kleist and Ed Thiel of
Winston enjoyed a good hunting
trip In eastern Oregon near Bly.
They were auccessful in bagging
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Nlckerson
of Dillard returned recently from
an extensive trip to their old
home in Kansas City, Mo. They
visited many friends and rela
tives there. Enroute home thev
enjoyed visiting Mrs. Nickerson's
sister In Colorado Springs, Colo.,
and Mr. Nickerson's cousin in
San Francisco, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heinbach
and children Ina Lee and War
ren, recently returned from a trip
to Canada. They visited the Pe
terson's Rock Gardens near
Burns, Ore.; spent several days
among friends and relatives of
Mrs. Heinbach in Boise, Ida.;
toured all Yellowstone National
Park and the Grand Tetons into
Jackson Hole. Wyo.; then went
north into Canada, stopping in
Calgary, Banff and Lake Louise.
Mrs. Mercy Buell had as her
house guest this week her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Carie Rice, of Myr
A soon as meat Is brought
home from the market it should
be taken out of its wrappings and
kept lightly covered with waxed
paper or aluminum foil in the
refrigerator. Use liver and ham
burger the fame day as you buy
Missing Dtr Hunttr Of
Klamath Falls Rtscued
KLAMATH FALLS, Oct. 13
Jack Hargrove. 20- year -old
Klamath Falls deer hunter, was
rescued Tuesday morning after
5 hours wandering in the woods
along Eagle ridge, 18 miles norm
of tow n.
He was unharmed but tired and
hungry when located by four men
in a searching party.
Hargrove had been missing sine
Sunday morning when he failed
to show up at hii car after a
deer hunting trip, and an all-out
search of the area had been car
ried out. The voung man was
located about three miles from
w here he had been last seen on
He said he was just lost, that
he wandered around during the
day and built fires and rested
during the two nights he was In
the woods. I
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