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I Th 'Newi-Rtvtaw, Roieburg,' Ore.-Thur., Nov. 3, 1949
Society and GluU
By LOTUS KNIGHT PORTER
Social Items submitted by tele-
phone for the society page must
be turned in before 12 o'clock
Monday through Thursday md
by 10 a. m. rriaay ai wmsn
time the social calendar and Sat
urday's society page are closed
MEETING 18 HELD AT
Everereen Grange met at
potluck supper Friday evening at
the hall, followed by the meeting
In charge of the master, Charles
McCord. Roll-call found one offi
cer absent and thirty -seven
members and seven visitors in
The visitors Included: Mr, and
Mrs. Vernon Folmsbee and
daughter, Evelyn, of Elk City
Grange; Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Tip
ton, Mrs. viola spencer ana miss
Shirley Spencer, of Rlversdale
A splendid program was pre
sented by the lecturer, which in
cluded piano solos by Stanley
Harryman; reading by Margaret
Burt: a clothes pin game, and
ten members relatlne Halloween
experiences. Mrs. M. Buttler won
the prize for guessing the amount
of beans in a jar.
The next meeting will be No
vember lltn with Mr. ana Mrs.
T. Buttler, Mr. and Mrs. B. Glenn
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc
Cord on the refreshment commit
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB
INVITES PUBLIC TO
8PAGHETTI 8UPPER FRIDAY
The Junior Woman's club Is
having a spaghetti dinner Friday
night, November 4th, at the First
Christian church. Serving will be
Irom 6 p.m. until p.m. Law-
son's Jewelry has donated a tur-
Key wnlcn will be given as a door
prize. Tickets for the affair may
ha loniii-AH at T aufann'a Tatiol 1M
Mrs. George Crocker is cnair-
man of this dinner assisted sy
Mrs. Hazel Scott. Mrs. Harold
Jokela, Mrs. V. C. Flury, Mrs.
Van Svererud, Mrs. E. L. Taus
cher and Miss Dorothy Daracu
nas. RIVERSDALE H. E. C.
PLACE TO MAD8ENS
Rlversdale Home Economics
club has changed its next meet
ing from the home of Mrs. Clem
Schneider to Mrs. SIg Madsen, to
be held at a twelve-thirty o'clock
potluck luncheon Monday, Nov.
7. Those attending are asked to
Dring tneir own taoie service.
BOX SOCIAL TO BE ,
HELD AT ELGAROSE
A box social will be sponsored
Saturday evening, November Sth,
at the Elgarose schoolhouse at
eight o'clock. The public is cor
dially invited to attend.
First Christian Church
Serving 6:00 p. m. to 9:00 p. m.
Adults 1.00 Children 50o
Jr. Women's Club
Door Prlia Donated
by Lawson's Jewelry
For home or the office your wardrobe will pivot
around these blouses. Made of nylon acetate
they will wear longer and hold their good looks.
In cherry, white, cocoa, champagne, grey, blue
and green they come in a complete size range.
3.95 and 4.95.
Just the thing to wear with sweaters are these
blouses with the peter pan collars and button
down the front style. Priced at only 2.95.
Luverne's also have a wide selection of dressy
blouses styled so that you may wear them in
or outside of your skirts. In a variety of styles,
colors and sizes you are sure to find your' fa
vorite here. 3.95 to 9.95.
124 N. Jockson
EVERGREEN H. E. C. 1
MEET AT POTLUCK
Evergreen Home Economics
club met at a potluck luncheon
at the hall Thursday with Rubie
tfloom, Jessie i nomas and Mar-
caret Burt as hostesses. The ta
bles were lovely with decorations
carrying out the spirit of Hallow
een. Plans were completed for the
chicken dinner to be served at
the hall Saturday, Nov. 5, at six-
thirty o'clock. Tne public is In
vlted. Also the finishing touches
were put on the fancy work to
bt sold at the Umpqua Hard
ware store Nov. 19th, at which
time a cooked food sale will be
Those oresent were Renie Jen
kins, Minnie Waggler, Mable
Lanee. Garnet Folmsbee, Mabel
Garrlck, Gertrude Hess, Ruby
Belle Kobernlk. Pauline Little,
Blanche Tipton, Margaret Mc
Cord, Gladys Stafford, Nell Land
er, Rosa Helnbach and the host
esses. The next meeting will be No
vember 10th at the hall with a
noon potluck luncheon. Hostesses
include Rosa Helnbach, Minnie
Waggler and Margaret McCord.
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH
TO MEET TUESDAY
The Women's Guld of Faith
Lutheran church will hold Its
Quarterly meeting at the home
oi Mrs. Artnur Miaiana, J-uu un
ion avenue,. Tuesday evening,
Nov. 8. at eleht o'clock with Mrs.
Chester Nordling as assisting
The program will consist of a
sound film entitled, "I Am With
You." together with other num
bers to make ud an Interesting
study of Missionary work of the
All members and friends of
Bethany, Martha and Dorcas cir
cles are invited to be' present.
Anyone desiring transportation is
reauested to meet at 242 s. Rose
street before seven-forty-five o'
clock. MARICOPA CAMP FIRE
GROUP HOLDS r-'INE
MEETING THIS WEEK
The MaricoDa Camp Flro
group held an Interesting meet
ing this week, at which time
plans were discussed for penal
ties to be imposed for talking. A
different penalty will be impos
ed at every meeting.
Those present were anaron r in-
gerlos, Aletha Meade, Sue Wis
sing, Delores Damiano, Ann
Powers, Peggy Reld, Dorothy
Fenn, zoneu wuson, KODeria
John, Barbara . Gosso, Kay
Emery and the guardian, Betty
EPISCOPAL GUILD TO
SPONSOR CARD PARTY
NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
St. George's Episcopal Guild
will SDonsor a card party next
Wednesday evening, Nov. 9, at
eight o'clock at the parish hall.
Members of the church and
friends are most cordially invit
ed and are asked to make reser
vations by calling Mrs. Norman
Siefarth at 848-J.
Both bridge and pinochle will
be In play. Prizes will be award
ed and reiresnments wm De serv
PUBLIC INVITED TO
CHICKEN DINNER ON
Evergreen Grange will spon
sor a chicken dinner saturuny
nleht. Nov. 5. from six-thlrtv to
eight o'clock at the Grange hall.
The public is cordially Invited.
'THANKS MOM Don Lee, 18,
his Eagle Scour badge from his
kilde, who has cared for him since he lost both leas from burns
at the age of nine months.
through every test, including a
quirements. the badge wasn't reward for him alone. It was
also a tribute to Miss Rosenkilde, who never lost faith in him
and supported him with her own strength of spirit during his
rise from Tenderfoot to Eagle. NEA Telephoto
PI1RLIR INVITED TO
TURKEY DINNER AT
The nubile has been Invited to
attend a nome-cooked turkey din
ner to be held at the Winchester
community club jrriaay nignt,
Nov. 4, from six to eight o clock,
Tlckbts may be secured from aiy
memDer oi tne ciud or irom tne
treasurer, Lorraine Lewis. Thel
ma Speidel and Louise Ketcher-
side are In charge of arrange
merits. Newcomers in w monas
ter community are especially
urged to attend to get acquaint
ed with the club members.
MISS HUGUS AND
MR. RICHARD TOLD
The engagement of Miss M.
Marian Hugus of Eugene to Mr.
David Rickard of Corvallls was
recently announced, .vllss Hugus
Is the second daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Hugus of Eugene
and was a grandaughter of the
late Bert Adams of Elkton. Both
Miss Hugus and Mr. Rickard aid
attending the Cascade College of
Portland, Tne wedding is being
planned for early summer.
ELKTON W. 8. OF C. S.
The Elkton W. S. C. S. met in
regular all day session at the
Methodist church Wednesday.
The ladies tied out two quilts.
Dinner was pot luck. Thursday
Mrs. Gilbert Newland, Mrs.
Charles Franklin, Mrs. Ed Gat
es and Mrs. Charles Hedden at
tended the W. S. C. S. Sub Dis
trict meeting at Yoncalls.
IS GIVEN 8ATURDAY
A housewarming party for Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Swearingcn
was held at the Swearingen's
lovely new home between Elkton
and Drain Saturday night. The
Swearingens were pleasantly sur
prized by many inenas. iney re
ceived many lovely gifts. Vls't
ing and cards were the diver
sion of the evening.
ALPHA CHI TO HOLD
BAKED CAKE SALE ON ,
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH
Alpha Chi chapter, Epsilon Sig
ma Alpha will sponsor a home
baked cake sale Friday, Nov. 4,
beginning at nine o'clock in the
morning at the Umpqua Valley
COMMITTEE OF AWARDS
TO MEET ON SATURDAY
The committee of Awards for
Roscburg Camp Fire Girls will
hold a meeting Saturday,' Nov. 5,
in the basement of the First Pres
byterian church from ten
NEW STORE HOURS
9:00 A. M. TO 9:00 P. M.
- , .f C 1 fly
of Salt Lake City, Utah, receivei
foster mother, Miss Anna Rosen-
Using artificial legs, Don fought
14-mile hike and swimming re
MR. AND MRS. 8MITH
HONORED AT HOUSE
PARTY 8ATURDAY NIGHT
Mrs. Hal. Esselstrom was hos
tess at a housewarming for Mr.
and Mrs. George Smith at their
new home- at Hartes Creek Sa
turday. The Smiths were present
ed with a very nice occasional
chair by their friends.. Dancing
was enjoyed by a large group of
friends present. ;
DINNER-BAZAAR AND '
CARNIVAL AT RIVERSDALE
GRANGE' SATURDAY NIGHT '
Rlversdale Grange will spon
sor a dinner, bazaar and Carni
val Saturday evening, Nov. 5th,
at the hall. The dinner will be
served between six and eight o'
clock. The public is cordially In
vited to attend.
B.P.W.C. TO HOLD
SALE ON SATURDAY . '
The Roseburg Business and
Professional Women's club will
sponsor a white elephant and
rummage sale Saturday, Nov.
5th, at the Episcopal parish hall
on East Cass street. Mrs. uoida
Nlckell is general chairman of
OOD AND FANCY WORK
SALE TO BE HELD ON
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5
St. Joseoh's Altar society, Clr
cle No. 1, will sponsor a food and
fancv work sale Saturday, Nov..
5, at the Umpqua valley Hard
ware store, rne saie win open
at ten o'clock in the morning.
Green Sunday School
Sets Attendance Mark
Green Bible study prayer
meeting will be held next Tues
day at 1:30 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Fred Storey in that commu
The Green Sunday school rally
day program last Sunday set an
all-time record of 111 attendance,
breaking a zb-year record oi lots,
it was announced by Bernice
Dser, village missionary.
The program marked. tne open
ing of local participation in the
national Sunday ,ohool attend
ance contest, which will continue
over a six weeks' period.
Basket dinner was served out
side at noon. Officer Haystead of
the state police talked before the
group and also sang. His mother,
who has just returned from a
visit to England, accompanied
Several fomer Sunday school
workers were in attendance. Mrs.
C. M. Foree is Sunday school su
perintendent. Because trees keep sun from
the ground, forests are cooler
By ROSA HEINBACH
Mr. and Mrs. Elton Mavse and
'Their children, and Jack Mayse
from Coqulle, were here visiting
their mother, Mrs. Dorothy
Mayse, who lives at the home of
Mrs. Mercy Buen, on aunaay,
Halloween Fun at Camp Fir
The Apedenska Camp Fire
group met Thursday evening at
the home of. their guardian, Mrs.
Lila McKeam A short business
meeting was held and the . group
worked on posters for the Wom
an's Society of Christian Service,
wlio are putting on a ham dinner
Nov. 10. Those present 'were:
Lois Fosback, Opal Colvin, Gall
Grav. Bonnie Wells, Dorothy Da
vis, Betty Ann Anderson, Marvel
Covey and the Guardian, Mrs.
The Apedenska Camp Fire-
erouD held a Halloween party fov
their invited guests at the Dillard
school auditorium triday nignt,
Highlight of the entertainment
was a scavenger hunt, with the
team led by Leroy Jones win
ning. In bobbing for apples, Bob
by Post won the prize. -Refreshments
were served. Those enjoy
ing the evening, besides the regu
lar members, were- the guests,
Corlyn Clauson, Ernie Joreenson,
Bob Green, Jerry Jentry, Leroy
Jones, Donald uray, Kicharo An
derson, Bob Ted rick, Butcn
Wells, Bob Post, Bobbie Barrow,
and Jeannete Walls. The chap
erons were: Mrs. Florence Wells,
Mrs. Silvia Gray and Mr. and
Mrs. Byron McKean. .
Youth Fellowship Meats
The Methodist Youth Fellow
ship meets at the Dillard church
every Sunday evening at 5:30.
All young people of high school
age are Invited to attend. They
are organized and the officers
are: President, Marilyn Mahon
ey; secretary, Silvia Hill; treas
urer, Bcrnita Clauson. Beulah
Johnson is song leader and Shar
on Hersher is pianist The group
is sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Rummell and Mr. and Mrs.
Art Gastorf. The last Sunday of
each month is devoted to a craft
class. ' ,
The youth group of the Dillard
church held a Halloween party
Saturday evening at -the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kummeu.
Weird games especiall-' fitting
the occasion were played. The
weiner and marshmallow roast
on . the ' river- sand bar was the
highlight of the evening.' There
were around. 30 young people
present. -, i , .
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mahoney, In
company with their daughter,
Marilyn, , and son, Kenneth t Miss
Bernita Clauson, and Wayland
and Jerry Jentry,- took an enjoy
able trip over to the coast on
Sunday. They reported ideal
weather there. After picnicking
on the beach, they went up the
coast to Reedsport and across by
way of Drain. The fall colors
were beautiful all along the way.
Mr. and .Mrs. utis isn ana-
Mrs. R. C. Autry returned re
cently from an extensive trip
through California visiting all the
points of interest down to the San
Juoquin valley, where they visit
ed friends and relatives. On their
return trip they visited in Reno,
Nev., and Alturas, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Heart Autry and
son David, from Los Angeles,
Calif., are here visiting his broth
er, R. C. Autry and family.
Mr. and Mrs. James McAlpine,
formerly of Dillard, entertained
on Friday evening, at their home
in Garden Valley. Pinochle was
enjoyed during the evening by
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Zimmerman,
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Swain, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Laurance and the
host and hostess.
, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cooper had
last week as their house guests
some old friends and neighbors
from .Myrtle Point, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cooper were
pleasantly surprised Wednesday,
when Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ray,
Some friends from Sohn Day val
ley, Ore., called to see them.
They hadn't seen each other for
Mrs. Myrtle Burtch, mother of
Mrs. Walter W. Appleyard, was
honored on her birthday Sunday
evening by a luncheon in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Wheeler of Camas Valley. Those
presen twere Mr. and Mrs. Pitts,
formerly of Camas (Valley, but
r.sw living in Springfield, and the
Rev. and Mrs. Walter W. Apple
yard. Mrs. Burtch was also showered
with cards and gifts from her
friends in her old home in Cur
tis. Nebr. She also received a
special long distance telephone
greeting irom ner granaaaugn
ter, Mrs. Ruth Ruppert, living
in Kellogg, Ida.
Mrs. Beatrice Post was visited
Marmalade Bran Muffins
Mow, top delicious All-Bran muffins
with marmalade beore baking. Alter
tatting, you'll want more
1 cup Kellogg's 1 egg
1 cup sifted
K cup mills
U dud auirar
H teaspoon sale
, orange marmalade
L Combine All-Bran and milk; let
soak about 5 minutes.
2. Cream shortening and sugar; add
egg and beat well. Add All-Bran
1 Add sifted dry Ingredients;, stir
. only until combined. -
4. Fill greased muffin pans H fun.
Press 1 tables poonful of marma
lade Into top of each muffin. Bake
tn mod. hot oren (400'F.) about
30 mm. Makes 8 medium muffins.
tor Mi el la.
Camp Fire Girls
Get New Ideas
At National Meet
Douglas county's delegates to
the National Camp Fire conven
tion 'held in Portland last week
returned to their homes filled
with new Ideas and a better un
derstanding of the, workings of
the Camp Fire organization.
The delegates, member of thp
council and the leaders' associa
tion, attended various workshops
concerning their fields. A new
Bluebird program for young
Camp Fire Girls was explained
and Council members had an op
portunity to participate at panel
discussions, discuss problems of
their localities and meet council
members from cities throughout
the United States.
Outstanding at the conference
according to Miss Barbara Lou
Kltt, executive director of the
Roseburg council, was the pag
eant presented by 1,000 Camp
Fire Girls in- the Portland area.
This was based on "The Camp
Fire Story" and was indeed an
inspiring feature "of the week's
conference, she sAid.
Martha Allen, national execu
tive of Camp Fire and Margaret
Runbeck. authoress, were fpntnr.
ed speakers on the program. Also
speaking was Ben Hazen who dis
cussed public relations. He heads
the Community Chest In Port
Of particular interest to local
residents will be the statement
that "Roseburg was the success
story of Camp Fire" at the coun
cil, this concerned the fact that
the local council last year, built
from the ground up Camp Tyee
on the Umpqua river with' the
aid of the community. The proj
ect was brought before the dele
gates at the national meet as the
success story in the national or
ganization. Mrs. James Conn of Melrose,
past president of the Roseburt?
council, was named a delegate to
the national board and will vote
on all motions nprtalnlncr tn tho
The program was featured with
banquets and luncheons through
out the week. Theme of the con
vention was- "Youth, Outpost of
last week by her two sisters, who
drove down from Washington.
They were Mrs. Frank Lowe
from Montesano, and Mrs.
C. X. -Westenhiser and daughter,
Veronica, of Aberdeen.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Swanson
entertained with a Chinese diimer
at their home in honor of the
birthday of Don Martyn. Covers
were placed for Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Bratton and son, Eugene
Paul; Lary Darst, Mr. and Mrs.
Leo- Willis, Miss Jennie Lind
Swanson, Miss Myrtle Plasker,
and Mr. and Mrs. Don Martyn
and the host and hostess.
Mr. Roger Nickerson was od-
erated on Monday morning at the
Mercy hospital for tonsils and
adenoids. He Is recovering nicely
ai nis nome on Willis creek.
Mrs. Lulu Post, who has been
confined to her home all last
week with the flu and an ear in
fection, is improving satisfactori
ly, it is reported.
Mrs. C. C. Fosback was visit
ed over the weekend by her sis
ter and brother-Jn-law, Mr. and
Mrs. B. J. Long, and little daugh
ter from Port Orford, Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hixson of
Eugene were weekend guests at
the O. D. McAllister residence.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Crafton of
Roseburg joined them for a Sun
day morning breakfast.
Phil Nordling and the Rev. Mr.
Epple, United Luther pastor, of
Eugene, were Sunday afternoon
guests at the Paul Hult home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Krewson
of Myrtle Point visited Saturday
with Mr. Krewson's sister, Mrs.
O. O. McAllister, and brother,
SOAP Bbus 2 bars 19c resroce
bhttcd grade a ii ai Onions reen 2 un17c
DU I I CK roseburg ID. OC Radishes 2 bun 17c
caii av something .i -rc Squash Acorn ea. 5c
5QILAX new pkg. 75c Pumpkils ca 5c
hungry jack Cabbage lb. 3c
PANCAKE FLOUR 10 lbs 89c Grapes - 2; 25c
,nrnll Cranberries lb. 23c
SYRUP Tl5K 83c Salad ce"p 13c
Our stock it complete to
PUREX quart 13c he,pyou-
- Bean Sprouts
Krispy Crackers u Box 2Tc CJZ
. LANE'S , Chop Suey Vegetables
Peanut Butter 2-lb jar 69c chop suey with Meat
' Meatless Chinese Dinner
HONEY 5-lb.pail 83c Mixed BChines Ves-
Cinch Coke Mix pkS 37c S-"e2S.
BEGMORE dog food2 cans 27c I Chinese Noodles I
Prices Effective Friday and Saturday
io!b Franks fammv
Cast and Stephen FREE DELIVERY Phone 118
Revival Of Old-Style Religion In : ;
Los Angeles Labeled Record Breaker
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 2. UP) Old-style religion Is sweeping1
the city of the Angels with an evangelistic show overshadowing
even Billy Sunday. '
Since it started six week ago, more than 200,000 from the city's
2,000,000 population have filed into a circus tent on the fringe of
downtown Los Angeles. And they're still pouring in at the rate oi
10,000 every night ' ".;A .
Thev come to hear the preach
menu or a dynamic, nanasome
young college president named
Billy Graham. Churmen say he's
started the greatest religious re
vival In the history oi soutnem
Graham's oratory Is eloquent;
-his doctrines are home-spun.
From the sinelne. shouting mul
titudes, thousands have hit the
sawdust trail and announced pub
licly their decision to . return to
One of them was a brilliant
track star at the University of
Southern California before the
war. His name is Low Aampe
rini. . An Air Force captain, he
crashed In the pacific, spent It
day on a raft, then lived
Suit Asks Judgment
On Assigned Account
Ell M. Reston has filed suit in
circuit court asking judgment for
$1010 from Lowell M. Anderson
on an assigned account. Accord
ing to the complaint the amount
asked is alleged due for rental
by Anderson of an air compres
sor from Dean Axtell. The ac
count has been assigned by Ax-
teu to tne piaintm.
Circuit Judee Carl E. Wlmber-
ly has Issued a decree In favor
of Wayne and Clara Welst, plain
tiffs, against the unknown heirs
of Elizabeth Johnson, deceased,
and others, in a suit to quiet title
to property described as lots 1,
2, 3, 4, section 31, township 20
south, range 10 west of the Wil
lamette meridian, and the north
west quarter of the . southwest
Quarter of section 32. townshin
20 south, range 10 west of the Wil
lamette meridian. .
Now Open for Business
2037. N. Stephens
. Phone 220-R-5 '
Open from 9:00 a. m. 'til
- All Types of Sewing
through months in a Japanese
prison camp. . -
"It Is difficult for anyone who
came through the things I did '
to forget God, but I did," 2&m--perinl
Another convert is Stuart Ham-.
blen, popular cowboy crooner
and sportsman, son of a Metho
dist minister. He stepped to the
pulpit to announce that he'll sell
his racing stable.
"I will keep El Lobo, but only
for sentimental reasons," Ham
blen said. "I will never race him,
again." El Lobo, dubbed "the.
people's choice," won the $50,
000 San Antonio stakes at Santa
Anita in 1947.
Hamblen's sentiments are ty
pical: "I've done practically
everything everybody else has.'
done. I've been a sinner."
Graham is 30, nephew of North;
Carolina's Senator Trank Gra
ham and president of Little,
Northwestern Bible college in In-,
dianapolis. He wears garish tits,-'
argyle socks and an irresistible,
"Cinch , I:
1 Cake Mix ,
is the finest.
ever used.9 $
Kjyt Mr. Jc Milnir; -."'