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I The Ntwt-Rtvifw, Roseb-irj, Ora. Thur., Oct. 13, 1949
Society uid GUU
By BETTY ALLEN
Social Items submitted by tele
phone lor the society page must
be turned in before 12 o'clock
Monday through Thursday nd
by 10 a. m. Friday at whiLh
time the social calendar and Sat
urday'i society page are closed
Woman's Society of Christian
Service of Dlllard began fall ac
tivities Thursday at the home of
Mrs. SJanfnrd Buell with a pot
luck luncheon opening the after
Mrs. Mercy Buell conducted
the business meeting and plans
were made for a ham dinner to
be held In the near future. Pro
ceeds will be devoted to Missions.
Mrs. Imogene Appleyard present
ed the devotions on the subject
"Christian giving of ourselves In
everyday life." A letter was read
by Mrs. Rosa Helnbach from the
past president, Mrs. Betty Fergu
son who recently moved to De
The next meeting of the society
will be held In the church annex,
Thursday. Oct. 20.
The following members and
guests were present, the M-;-dames
Belle Clark. Vivian Bur
gess. Myrtle Burtch, Othal
Barnes. Bess Golgart, Jo Lesher
and two daughters. Bertha Rum
mell, Grace Barnes, Lulu Post,
Mercy Buefl. Evelyn Nirkerson,
Virginia Laurance. Beatrice A.
Post. Mary Lee Walker. Alice
Marie Hill. Beth Gordon. Ruth
Smith, Louralne Soule and son.
Carrie Rice, Rosa Heinbach. Hel
en Buell and Rev. and Mrs. Wal
RIFLE RANGE SEWING
CLUB HOLDS MEETING
' AT BAKER HOME
Rifle Range Sewing club mem
bers enjoyed a meeting Thurs
day at the home of Esther Baker
on West Lane street. Lena Pfaff
conducted the business meetlnc.
Cootie was played with Mildred
Hltea and Irma Hanson winning
Refreshments were served to
Virginia Brlttaln, Mildred Hltes,
Addle Schick, Edna Scofleld, li
ma Hanson and daughter. Karen;
Dorothy McPherran and Lena
Pfaff by the hostess.
Virginia Brlltain will he host
ess to the group at her home Oct.
, RIVERSDALE GRANGE
HOLDS MEETING, SOCIAL
HOUR AT GRANGE HALL
Charter members of Riversdale
' grange held offices at the mee:
! ing Friday evening. Oct. 7 with
1 41 In attendance. The lecturer's
'tails winntrnuH earlv Drinw lite
and was followed by a skit and
Three applications were voted
and approved and regular com
mittee reports were heard. Home
Economics club chairman. Alice
Kruse announced the dinner, car
nival and bazaar which la sched
uled for Saturday, Nov. 5. Third
and fourth degree work will be
given at the next meeting.
Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Par
lev Ware, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ver
rlil. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rich
ardson, Mrs. Eva Marks and Shir
DORCAS CIRCLE CONTINUES
DISCUSSION OF PROPHETS
AT REGULAR MEETING
Dorcas Circle of the Faith Lu
theran church met Thursday Oct.
6 with Mrs. Rolland Quam. Rev.
Mr. Erickson led devotions and
continued the study of Old Testa
ment prophets. He sang "The
Women of the circle are urged
to save small pieces of material
to be sent to women of Europe.
Mr. Erickson informed the
group of the displaced persons
program. Nineteen were present.
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Mis. frank Wor
land. 955 Chapman street, Nov
ember 1 at which time the Quar
terly meeting Is to be held.
CATHOLIC VOUNG PEOPLE'S
CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS
The Catholic Young People's
club elected officers at a meet
ing held Saturday, Oct. 8 at the
St. Joseph's school. Catherine
Raarie will serve as president;
Elhelmae Wilson, secretary and
Mary Ann Foster as treasurer.
The next CYPC meeting is sched
uled at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Oct.
IS and all Catholic Junior and
senior high school students are
HOLD LODGE SESSION
llmpqua Rehekahs met In reg
ular session Tuesday with an In
teresllng program. Mis. Carl
Moore's side is ahead In the lodge
contest. Refreshments were serv
ed to 30 members by Mrs. Joe
Hudson. Mrs. Hal Esselstrom and
Mrs. Arnold Cheever.
MRS. BORGAES WITH
Mrs. Vivian Borgaes was sur
prised on her birthday by a group
of friends at her home at Win
t in. Gifts were presented by
Mrs. Tlllle Chambers, Mrs. Inez
Chambers, Mrs. Doris Chambers,
Mrs. Elenore Shigley, Mrs. May
strong. Mrs. Oma Stutsman, Mrs.
Ida Gill and Mrs. Bonnie Atwll.
Following an afternoon of
games, refreshments were serv
ed. MRS. DORA BENNER
HONORED AT CHURCH
Mrs. Dora Benner was honor
ed at a birthday party at the
Yoncalla Church of Christ Satur
day evening. Games were enjoy,
ed followed by refreshment.
Mrs. Benner received gifts from
Mrs. Dan Wright, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Conway, Mr. and Mrs. Eal
Brant. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lloyd,
Mrs. Russell Loyd and son, How
ard. GROUP TO MEET
WITH STATE OFFICER
Florence Nlghlngale Tent, No.
IS members will plan for the
state department convention
when they meet Friday evenin?
at 7:30 o'clock at the K. of P.
hall. Department president, Mal
tha Curran will visit the tent and
plan for the 1950 convention lo
be held In Roseburg. All mem
bers are requested to attend, or
fleers state. Pot luck dessert will
close the evening.
Keystone club members will be
entertained Monday, October 17
at the home of Mrs. Vernon Keel
at 8 p.m. with dessert supper
followed by the regular meelini.
Hostesses in charge of the pro
gram ate Mrs. Hugh Burt, chair
man; Mrs. Lawrance Rand and
Mrs. J. B. Roarke. Devotions
will be given by Mrs. W. A. Mac
Arthur. LUNCHEON ENJOYED
AT PACKER HOME
Mrs. Marge Parker entertain
ed at a luncheon last Tuesday at
her home on highway 42 near
Winston. Guests were Mrs. Marie
Ruttler, Mrs. Margaret McCord,
Mis. Rubv Jones, Mrs. Gertrude
Hunter and Mis. Reha Buttle.
PUBLIC INVITED TO
V A. . 1,
Auto Collision Kills
Soldier, Hurts 2 Other
ATTEND CONVENTION Pictured here are Roseburg folks who attended the national general
council of fhe Assembly of (Sod in Seattle last month. They are left to right, Harold Pierson, Rev.
end Mrs. Vernon Klemin, Edne Elliott end Nellie Sweitier.
Douglas County folks who at
tended the recent national gen
eral council of the Assembly of
God in Seattle last month in
cluded the following:
Harold Pierson, Rev. and Mrs.
Vernon Klemin, Edna Elliott and
Nellie Sweftzer, all of Roseburg
WASHINGTON, Oct. 13.-
inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Royce Brlz
endine. James Forrest and Orris White
made a trip to Medford for the
purpose of bagging a deer. The
trip was in vain.
Mrs. George Buttler and Mrs.
Betts Glen went to Eugene on
Kathryn (Montgomery) Hut to. secretary or hate Acheson told Tn 'ri Buttle'rs recently In
formerly of Roseburg but now of ; the senate foreign relations com-i l he. , ms furnaYn the?r
-i i.ii. o.... hm.i;,. m tios U'iHkmHiu . nnnA ji i s'aneo. a new gas rurnace in ineir
Joseph Boyer, son of Mr. and
Glendale: Beltv Williams, pastor ! mittee Wednesday
oi progress, nas
of the church in Sutherlin; Rev.
and Mrs. Wesley Lang, former
pastor at Yoncalla.
Others known locally are Dis-
progress" has been made
with Russia on an Austrian peace
Talkine with newsmen after a
trict C. A. President Rev. Victor closeddnor session. Senator Con
Trimmer and Dist. Supt. Rev. At-j nally tDTexl, committee chair
wood Foster and Rev. and Mis. I man, said Acheson advised the
Leland Morris, who Just returned i senators that the United States
from their field of work in China, and Russia have agreed informal-
They reported a total of 2,595
were registered. Of these 1,341
were ordained ministers, 104 for
eign missionaries, 335 delegates
and 815 visitors.
E. M. Honrahan Resigns
The public is invited to a tea to i r.- Co-...::-, d--v J
he held at the St. Joseph's Epis-r,v,n 1 1 M
copal parish hall Saturday b
tween the hours of 2 and 4 o'
clock. The affair will benefit the
Acolytes of St. George's church.
PATCH AND CHAT CLUB
TO MEET TONIGHT
Patch and Chat club members
will meet tonight at the home of
Mrs. D. W. Keasey at 8 o'clock.
ly that Austria will have her
'This will mean
said, "that Austria will have
the same boundaries she had
before Hitler marched in."
Connally said Acheson report
ed "substantial progress has been
accomplished" toward the Aus
trian treaty, but he added that
iiiicuiveiviKt w ii ( i I iiut-m lima u I'anuin- snipping.
o.w,v,.,. vu i...-.., rPparatlon, and ownPrship OI
Edmond M. Hanrahan resigned , German-controlled proprety in
Wednesday as chairman of the Austria remain to be settled.
Securities and Exchange com- Connally also said Acheson
mL.tnn Frlii-or T Vf,f'nrmlr.U .. . . ... -
of Arizona was nominated to :.-, Asiatic situation and dis-1 !.''. ..
replace him on the commission. Ui,..h "ih nmHhia i.n-1 r aipuij
McCormlck's nomination wasltion" later of a Communist gov
sent to the Senate along with jernment In China,
that of Donald C. Cook of Michi-1 'There has bern no recogni
gan. McCormick's nomination is Hlon," Cnnally said, adding he
Mrs. Joe Boyer, who recently re
turned from a Portland hospital,
where he underwent surgery on
his hip. is recovering very nicely
and expects to enter school after
Jack Findlay spent the weekend
hunting and bagged a nice buck.
Rovce Brizendine, Joe Boyer
and James Robertson spent the
TACOMA, Oct. 13 -ilfr A
head-on automobile collision on
i..,.iDn. tretch of highway 99
LONDON. Oct. 13.-.TV-Sir ! Jus, outh of Tacoma early Wed
Stafford Cripps served notice on ndav killed one Fort Lewis sol
British workers Wednesday that djer and )w0 others gravely
some may have to give up their , jnjure(j t0 Madigan General hos
nresent lobs and so to work in ; ..,i
Pt. Augustus Davis, i. w
Angeles. wa killed outright. Hil
companion. Cpl. Virgil E. Bodv,
18. Dallas. Texas, was Injured.
Both are Negroes.
Lt. Melvin F. Arrington. 27.
Fort Worth, Texas, was alone In
the other car. Both Arrington and
Body are feared to have suffer
ed internal injuries.
"We now have a greatly Im
proved opportunity to get into
ithe dollar markets, which we
' must seize." the chancellor of
the exchequer told a news con
ference. "That will undoubtedly entail
some change In our pattern of
During the war the govern
ment exercised the right to di
rect British working men and
women into Jobs where they
were most needed. The govern
ment still has the right but has
not been using it.
Cripps did not say that it In
tends to use it again, but he did
"Full employment does not and
can never mean that even' in
dividual Job is guaranteed
as long as the present occupant
wishes to stay In lt. That would
be Industrial stagnation."
Employment in Britain at the
end of July totalled 22.200.000.
excluding members of the armed
forces, the chancellor said. This
is one percent greater than a
year ago. The number of un
employed Is around 300.000.
Cripps said production In Brit-
for lain is rising steadily.
u simply beautiful!
Connally I w eekend hunting. No luck,
ill have Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Law of
Windsor. Calif., were house
guests last week of the A. M.
Accused Of Threat
with winking satin blinking
merrily on tissue aillel
NEW COAST GUARD HEAD
U'.onivfpnv r.. ii , aj.
President Truman Wednesday I "r J,' . " "i n"-, : . TJ K ,m qu"
nominated Rear Adm. Merlin ! lr! . ''" r i ... T" ,j . .
rKTni nt ii.. i wnne cooks is ior me .-e- cunnany saia Amnassanor-AT-
United States coast guard. iFr 'ndlnK June 5- 19M- i r' Philip Jessup is planning
O'Neill uni named for a four- The President elso nominated g" to China for an on the-
i.rm m unvwH irim tv I Vincent C. Burke to be deoutv Pt study of the China situa
seph F. Farley who is retiring postmaster general, a new posi
when his term expires Dec. 31. ilion authorized under one of the
Mr. Truman also asked the sen- President s reorganization plans,
ate to move O'Neill up to vice ad- Rurke has been first assistant
miraL I postmaster general.
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Advance Indications were that
Acheson feels it is still too early
for the United States to choose
between the Communists and
the Nationalists. The State de
partment has taken the stand
; that there is no need for hurry
iand It has been sharply critical
or the new tioviet peiplng re
gime since a formal bid for rec
ognition was received from it
Dr. and Mrs. J. Nelson of
Amery. Wis., visited Friday at
the Frank Ture home. They were
enroute to the coast.
Arthur Hill and Dusty Danee
spent the weekend deer hunting
at Klamath Falls 'n lurk
Mr. and Mrs. James Buttler are enargea witn placing in tne mans
Oct. 13. (.T) A
sheriff was ar
rested and released under $7500
j bond Wednesday after being ar
raigned on a charge of threat
ening Injury to oilman Glenn
: McCarthy if McCarthy did not
j pay $50,000.
Raymond Chambers, 42, who
has been working as a janitor
at McCarthy s Sls.OOO.oriO Sham
rock hotel, entered a plea of
not guilty when arraigned be
fore U. S. Commissioner W. F.
Joe Ed Winfree, attorney for
Chambers, said his client had
worked for former Sheriff Neal
Polk as a deputy sheriff. Sher
iff's office records showed Cham
bers worked there from June
1943 until March 1947.
Chambers was arrested hy
FBI agents today as he was
leaving his night shift work at
Galen N. Willis, -agent in
charge of the Houston FBI of
fice, said the arrest culminated
two weeks of intensicve investi
gation and surveillance.
During this time McCarthy's
palatial home several blocks
southwest of the Shamrock ho
tel had been under heavy guard.
Specifically, Chambers was
at Klamath for the potato har-on Sept. 29 a letter demanding
vest, i ney left last week and plan
to stay until it is over.
Mrs. Bennie Buttler and chil
dren have all been ill with the
mumps, hut they are all recover
ing satisfactorily now.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rush of
Grants Pass and Frank Kolknw
of Portland visited with Mrs. Re
ha Buttler last week. Mrs. Rush
is Mrs. Buttler's grandmother and
Mr. Kolkow is her uncle.
Sheral Ann. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Gilbert Buttler, has
been ill with pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson
of Klamath Falls spent the week
end with their daughter and son-
$50,000 from the oilman, hotel
owner, rancher, newspaper pub
lisher and motion picture pro
ducer. The letter, the charge said,
threatened to "kill or injure"
McCarthy or a member of hia
family if the money was not
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sley, celery salt or finely grated
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