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14 Th Newi-Review, Roseburg, Ore. Frl., Nov. 4, 1949
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WHERE 48 DIED Members of search party examine the shat
tered debris of the Air France Constellation plane which plunged
Into a mountain at St. Michaels, The Azores. Forty-eight persons,
Including; Marcel Cerdan, French boxer, were killed.
Senior high school will hold
Its annual homecoming tonight in
connection with the Grants Pass-
Roseburg football game, to be
played at Finlay field, starting at
8 o C10CK.
Pat Mears, yell queen, said both
the Cavemen and Indians high
school bands will participate dur
ing halftime activities. Joan Rut-
ior, jasc years yen queen ana
now attending Oregon State col
lege, where she was recently
chosen a princess of the OSC
homecoming, will lead the stud
enls in yells. Dona Mears, last
year's song leader, now attend
ing Willamette university, will
lead the students in a song.
Other hal.'tlme activities will
feature the Pep club.
Following the game, an In
formal dance Is scheduled in
the girls' gymnasium, where al
umni will be feted and the home
coming queen and princesses an
nounced. The queen will be
crowned at 10:45.
Rear of Store
All senior tlrls of the hieh
school are- candidates and the
entire student body will figure
In the selection of queen and
Because of the teacher's insti
tute, the homecoming affair will
not cover. the entire day as In
Grand Jury Having
Extra Long Task
The Douglas county grand jury
is continuing is session and will
probably not be able to wind up
its work before Tuesday of next
week, according to District At
torney Robert G. Davis.
The grand jurors are having
one of the heaviest slates on re
cord to consider. Davis said that
more than 35 cases are ud for
The work of the jurors was
extended by the death of Stanley
James Tucker, 47, of Springfield,
iormeny of Myrtle (jreeK, whose
body was found last Sunday
morning under a bridge ap
proach near Riddle. Joseph Louis
Sensational Offer! Limited Time
Planned By Lions
Final plans for a basket din
ner-dance, uommuntty cneet
plans and arrangements for en
tertaining the Lions Internation
al president were Ihe principal
business Items at the Roseburg
Lions club meeting Thursday
night In the Hotel Umpqua.
Bill Van Horn, Roseburg high
football backfleld player, wns
awarded the Lions football tro
phy as the outstanding player in
last Friday's game. This is the
second time Van Horn has won
the trophy, and his name now ap
pears on the cup twice. '
Speaker of the evening was
William Plerron, field represen
tative of the old age and surviv
ors insurance program of social
security, from the Eugene of
fice. The basket dinner-dance will
be held Saturday at 8 p.m. at
the Country club. George Fos
ter, Dr. Bruce Hetrlck, Ray Ben
ston and Robert Browning are
on the committee in charge.
Pat Manning announced his
Community Chest committee,
which includes Walter Allen,
Claude Baker, Allen Clute, Jim
Daugherty, Dr. Hetrick, Paul
Krueger, Don Metzger. Keith
Phillips, Phil Sutton, Frank von
Borstel and Foster. Each is to
head a committee of five to can
vass the Lions club's portion of
The International governor,
Walter Fisher, Ontario, Can., will
visit here at noon Saturday, Nov.
12, enroute from Eugene to Med
ford on a tour of the west. Bruce
EJliott is In charge of the pro
gram. Lady Lions are Invited to
Roseburg Chapter of Oregon
State Employes association,
meeting at the Knights of Py
thias hall Thursday evening,
elected the following officers for
the ensuing year: Pat Gregory,
president; Lois Baker, vice-president;
Barbara Lamb, secretary
and Ray Asburry, treasurer. In
stallation of new officers will be
conducted by outgoing president,
H. R. Newcomb following a din
ner meeting Dec. 1. Instructions
were given to delegate Gregory,
who will attend the general coun
cil meeting in Portland Nov. 19.
Kiel, 42, Myrtle Creek, Is being
held In connection with Tucker's
Several other Important cases
are being considered.
BIG 8.8 CU. FT. M-W AT
Now! Just $10 down puts this deluxe-featured M-W in
your home. You pay nothing further until March, 1950
: : . After your Christmas and first-of-the-year expenses
have been handled! Four Jiffy tray releases loosen trays
instantly. Porcelain Food Froster; full-width Food Freshener.
Buy any M-W refrigerator on Delayed Payment Plan now!
UP TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY STARTING MARCH, 1950
8alt To Be Held The B.P.
W.C. will sponsor a rummage
sale Saturday, Nov. 5, at the
Episcopal parish hall.
P.-T.A. to Meet Glide P.-T.A.
will meet Monday at 2 o'clock at
the schoolhouse. All parents are
requested to be present.
Box Social A box 'social will
be held at the Elgarose school
house at 8- o'clock Saturday
night. The public is Invited.
Visiting In Warrenton Mrs.
John Travis of Roseburg is en
joying a stay of several weeks
with relatives In Warrenton, Ore.
Stopi Here Morris Houser, of
ficial for Safeway company Port
land, spent Wednesday night and
Eart of Thursday in Roseburg on
Granoe Dinner Riversdale
Grange will sponsor a dinner
trom b to 8 oclock Saturday
night at the hall to be followed
by a bazaar and carnival. Public
Leaves For Los Angeles Mrs.
L. K. Fies of Roseburg left Thurs
day for Los Angeles on a buying
trio for Mabel s shoo in this cltv,
which is owned by her mother,
Mrs. tdgar Lewis.
Committee to Meet The com
mittee of awards of Roseburjr
Lamp jure Girls will meet from
10 to 12 o'clock Saturday morn
ing in the basement of the First
Sale Saturday St. Joseph's Al
tar society Circle No. 1, to spon
sor food and fancy work sale at
Umpqua Valley Hardware store
i-K?Kiiiniiig at -lu a.m. ocuuiuay,
Chicken Dinner Evergreen
Grange has invited the public to
attend a chicken dinner Saturday
night, Nov. 5, to be served at the
hall on Highway 99 South from
6:30 to 8 p.m.
Out of Hospital Mrs. C. J.
Bradley has been discharged
from Mercy hospital, where she
recently underwent a major op
eration, and is reported to be
convalescing satisfactorily at her
home in Roseburg.
Parents Club to Meet A meet
ing of the Parents club will be
held at St. Joseph's school Mon
day night, Nov. 7, at 8 o'clock.
All parents of students of St. Jo
seph's school are asked to be
larst frtsitr heldt 91 lbt.
frotsn food and It cubit.
1 tatt-friing thslvst.
tmprovid M-W Staltd UnlH
Silent running, mvw nttdt
lllng. 5-year warranty
7 CU. FT. PRICEI
8ale Dated The Eagles auxil
iary has announced Nov. 12 at 9
a.m. as the date and time for its
rummage sale to be held at the
Episcopal parish hall on East
To Hold Petluck Members of
the ladies auxiliary to Letter
Carriers association and their
families are invited to a 6:30
o'clock potluck supper this even
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Bailey, 430 N. Rose street.
Bazaar and Food Salt The
Navy Mothers club will sponsor
a bazaar and food sale Nov. 12
at the Umpqua Valley Hardware
store. Members who nave not
turned In donations for the ba
zaar, are asked to bring them to
next Monday night's meeting.
Potluck Supper South Deer
Creek Grange will honor mem
bers having birthdays in Octo
ber, November and December at
a 6:30 o'clock potluck supper at
the hall Saturday night, Nov. 5.
The regular Grange meeting will
begin at 8 o'clock.
Chili Supper Beginning at 5:
30 o'clock this evening, Nov. 4,
the Wilbur Ladies Aid will spon
sor a chill supper at the Wilbur
schoolhouse. The annual bazaar
will follow and a quilt will be
auctioned off. The public is in
vited. H.E.C. to Meet. Riversdale
Home Economics club will meet
at a 12:30 o'clock potluch lunch
eon Monday, Nov. 7, at the home
of Mrs. Sig Madsen instead of
at the home of Mrs. Clem Sch
neider as previously planned.
Those attending are asked to
bring their own table service.
Go to Olympia Donald Pear
son, Meivin De Dobbelaere,
George Shrum and Tom John
son, all of Roseburg, left Wednes
day for Olympia, Wash., on a
fishing trip. They expect to re
turn here tonight in time for the
high, school homecoming football
Back From Wedding Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Bean and the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Wein
berg, have returned to their
homes in Roseburg, following a
trip to Victoria, B. C, to attend
the wedding of a friend. They
report unusually fine weather in
British Columbia for this time
of the year. -
I To Attend Game Mr. and Mrs.
Lev Craven of Grnats Pass will
be in Roseburg to attend the
Grants Pass - Roseburg football
game tonight as guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Elliott of this
city. Mr. Craven is manager of
the J. C. Penney store in that
Initiation The Junior Woman's
club will hold initiation at the
Eagles hall Monday night at 8 o'
clock. Mrs. Carl Wassom, chair
man; Mrs. John R. Dingley and
Mrs. Richard Fies will be in
charge. Miss Helen Casey, Mrs.
Paul Jenkins and Mrs. Bernard
Saar will present the evening's
Leaves For Base Pfc. Alvin
James Bellows has returned to
the air base at Mountain Home,
Ida., after which he will report
to Fairfield Suszian, Fairfield,
Calif., following his 10-day fur
lough In Roseburg visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Bellows. He 'is assigned to the
strategic air command photo
Benefit Card Party A card
party will be sponsored by St.
George's Episcopal Build Wed
nesday night, Nov. 9, at 8 o'clock
at the parish hall on East Cass
street. Reservations may be
made by calling Mrs. Norman
Siefarth, 848-J. Members and
friends are invited. Bridge and
pinochle will be in play. Prizes
will be awarded and refresh
ments will be served.
Quarterly Meeting The Wo
men's Guild of Faith Lutheran
church will hold its quarterly
meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov.
fi, at the home of Mrs. Arthur
Midland, 1013 Union avenue, with
Mrs. Chester Nordling, co-hostess.
Fine program. Members of
Bethany, Martha and Dorcas cir
cles and friends are invited.
Those desiring" transportation are
asked to meet at 242 S. Rose
street before 7:45 p.m.
Births at Mercy Hospital
HEfNBACH To Mr. and Mrs.
William C. Heinbach Jr., Box 86,
Winchester, Nov. 1. a daughter,
Mary Helen; weight six pounds
CHAMBERLAIN To Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick O. Chamberlain,
Sutherlin, Nov. 1, a daughter,
Linda Joyce; weight seven
pounds fifteen ounces.
CLAUFLIN To Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin E. Clauflin, 746 1-2 Mill
An Analgesic FOR AID IN THF.
RELIEF OF Ml'SCULAR ACHES
AND PAINS ASSOCIATED WITH
A.k vour local druggist or Write
Rurvidin laboratories. 403 N W 9th
Ave.. Portland 9. Oregon. Dent. R-4
MIIIT tUMt M I TO 19 MWUTTJ
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FRED MEYER, INC.
112 N. Jackion
"Where Price &
YOU HAVE CAUGHT. US SHORT THIS
WEEK, BUT WE DO HAVE A FEW
REAL NICE CARS TO OFFER.
1948 STUDEBAKER Champion 5
6 biii. FUgal DeLuxe Coupe,
quipped with radio, cllma
tlzer, overdrive, hillholder,
fog Ilghti, WS washers, rear
view mlrrorg and other acces
sories. A beautiful tan. 10.500
milea. A one owner car and
has been cared for properly. 1845
1947 STUDEBAKER Champion 2-dr.
Regal DeLuxe. Equipped with
overdrive, hillholder, and other
accessories. Willow green. Ex
ceptionally clean thru out. 1445
1947 CHEV. Fleetmaster 4-dr Se
dan. Radio it heater; extra
bumper endi. Upholstery very
clean. Beautiful Falcon grey
1941 FORD Super De Luxe 4-dr.
New oaint: clean inside. Good
Here folks Is something we have never
good mechanically 1941 De Soto 4 dr.
De Luxe Sedan, with fluid drive. We
have had this car entirely too long.
So here Is what we are going to do.
Starting at J795.00 beginning Satur
day we are reducing the price $10.00
' every day until it is sold. Now don't
wait loo -long tor us a gooa Duy ai
price even more than we are
1949 STUDEBAKER 1 Ton Pickup.
Low mileage. Like new; clima
tizer and other extra eauin-
1946 FORD Pickup V Ton in good
1940 FORD Ton Pickup. Radio
6c heater 495
Terms to Meet Your Needs
OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M.
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
Used Car Lot
South of Rose Hotel. Phone 129 1445-J
11946 INTERNATIONAL Dlckuo:
1948 International pickup; 1 single
axle piling trailer, nor information
Phone 432. 129 2nd Ave. South.
FOR SALE '49 F-6 Ford dumn truck.
. speed, heater, 8000 miles. $1000 off
new price. Ph. 42-H-2, Roseburg.
AXLE SHAFTS for all makes of trucks.
Ray's Truck Shop, 2055 N. Stephens.
CAPITOLA GROCERY and Meat Market
Grocery stock, liquor, liquor license
Included, also beer and wine. Beach
resort town located about 4 miles from
Santa Cruz. Last year's business,
$155,000. Stock at inventory, plus fix
tures. Reason for selling retiring from
business, Capitola Grocery, Box 232,
F1BERGLAS HAS A REAL DEAL for
Insulation salesman; it is easier to
sell the best. Write News-Review Box
80, for interview.
Machinery For Sale
FOR SALE Irvlngton cutoff saw. H.
P. motor, new. See at North Side Saw
shop. 1008 Prospect. Ph. 844-R.
TRADE '38 CHEV. sedan, nice car for
pick-up truck, same value. Whitson,
2 miles South Dillard.
A LIMITED AMOUNT of plywood for
sale at greatly reduced prices. Get
vours before the supply is exhausted.
Poirot & Watklns, lift Court Street.
West of Jackson.
THE FOLLOWING described dog has
been impounded and if not claimed
within 48 hours from date of notice
will be disposed of s provided by
Idleyld Rt., Box 85
street, Nov. .2, a son, Marvin Ed
ward Jr.: weight eight pounds
KEEBLER To Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel D. Keebler, Myrtle
Creek. Nov. 2, a son, Kerry Al
len; weight eight pounds three
WHEELER To Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall D. Wheeler, 501 Chest
nut street, Nov. 2, a daughter,
Sherry Lynn; weight six pounds
KELLUM To Mr. and Mrs.
William C. Kellum, 2141 Jacob
son ' street, Roseburg, Nov. 2, a
son, Richard Douglas; weight six
pounds six ounces.
FORBES To Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn M. Forbes, route 1, Box
75 AA. Roseburg, a son, Floyd
Murray; weight six pounds one
BREWSTER To Mr. and Mrs.
James E. Brewster. Sutherlin.
Nov. 3. a son, James Edwan4 Jr.,
weight five pounds fifteen
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MRHCtlRY Snort Sedan
fOKjj uusiom roraor se
dan. (Demo.l ,
FORD Club Coupe
PONTIAC Fordor Sedan. ..
FORD Tudor Sedan. .
FORD Fordor Sedan
WILLYS Station Wagon. ..
PONTIAC Fordor Sedan.
CHRYSLER New Yorker. ..
STUDY. Tudor Sedan
STUDY. Fordor Sdn.
FORD Tudor Sedan
FORD Sedan, Super Da
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MODEL A Coupe
From 9 to 3
Trucks And Pickups
1948 FORD 14 Ton stake rack $1295.00
1947 WILLYS 1 ton pickup 895.00
1947 STUDY. 11, ton chasa.
and cab. 865 00
1945 FORD Lumber truck 1795.00
1942 FORD -i ton pickup .. 695.00
1942 FORD Panel 645.00
1941 FORD Vi ton pickup. 445.00
You Pay Less For
Used Cars At
You can save
BUICK Super 4-door $1
A clean 2-tone car
FORD 2-door 1345
STUDEBAKER 2-door 1345
WILLYS Station Wason 1295
Chevrolet Fleetmaster 2-
BUICK Sedanette 793
uhevkulet 2-door, n e Mr-
FORD Panel, runs (rood
JEEP, metal top, low mi lease 1285
WILLYS 1-ton pickup, 4
wheel drive 1493
1941 PONTIAC Club Coupe 795
1940 OLDSMOBILE 4-door 49.1
1937 OLDSMOBILE 4-door 333
1640 No. Stephens
1949 Four-door edan. Radio,
heater, spot light, grille guards,
and other extras. Here is a new
used car that hasn't been a bine d.
Low mileage with the original
lifiht gray finish that is beau
tiful. You can own this car for
only $174.1.00. Bank terms can
be arranged. See John Lorraine
personally for a demonstration.
ROSE MOTOR CO.
Rose tli Lane Sts.
1941 INTERNATIONAL PICKUP CLEAN
Atvu souna. Your terms in rea
son. Allen H. Wells, Cemetery Road,
Winston. Oregon. Ph. 1589-R-l,
FOR SALE T-9 tractor, completely
equipped for logging, practically new,
approximately 400 hour Bargain
FOR SALE DT 18 International tractor.
A-l condition. BX 200 Skagit yarder
A-l condition K5 International dump
tmck. Ph 51R-J-5 evenings
FARMALL A TRACTOR. 16' plow and
o a isc. rnea i year, gooa snspe.
Round Prairie. 3 miles S. Dillard.
S-e Gordon Woodward.
FOR SALE CHEAP One 2-bottom 14"
plow, and almost new Matsey Harris
tractor, model 20. Mutt selL Call
D-2 CAT WITH POWER takeoff; Fofd
Ferguson tractor with heavy dutv
mower. All or part; reasonable- R. B.
Oliver. Idleyld Rt.
DO YOU WANT TO LOOK younger
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"Look Young Feel Young Be
Young." now $1 00. K-H Co., Box
166. Mllwaukie, Oregon,
AN AMAZING OFFER
The makers of Dr. Parker's
Corn Remover will give you
double your money bock if it
tails to remove your corn or
callous.' Only 35c of Chap
man's Drug Store.
1948 FORD SUPER DELUXE
sedan. Factory - installed
heater, air conditioner and
radio. Beautiful black
finish. Upholstery like
new; new tlrei. Real bar
1942 PLYMOUTH Club Coupe,
heater, radio, air horns. See
1940 HUDSON SEDAN,
R. & H.,
1940 FORD SPECIAL Deluxe
aedan, R St H
1940 DESOTO deluxe aedan,
radio, heater. .
1039 BUICK CENTURY ledan. very
good condition m.w .
1940 STUDEBAKER Coupe
1938 FORD DELUXE tudor
dun, radio, heater -
1940 FORD V-8 coupe. A buy
1939 STUDEBAKER Commander le
dan 1937 FORD COUPE,
new paint job, good motor,
1934 CHEVROLET Bedan,
good transportation. ..
1947 DODGE shortlog truck, 2-speed
ax.. Brownie, tags, excellent
condition - 35)50
1946 STUDEBAKER PICKUP,
heater, radio, perfect con
tion Only 8t5
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Highway 99 N. at Garden Valley Road
That's what we give you.
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desire to serve you, and
a wide selection of tine
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transportation and econ
omical operation. Our
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"We'll Be Here Tomorrow to Back
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tfM9 FRAZER, low mileage $1935
1B47 FRAZER MANHATTAN, all the
extras a sharp car, fully
guaranteed .. 14JS
1948 CROSLEY Conv., very clean 599
mil LnniaLtM noyai. ona
1938 FORD Tudor. 275
1938 FORD Tudor 275
IHi7 PLYMOUTH Tiirtnr. :oH
1937 PLYMOUTH Fordor .
1938 FORD 60 Coupe, new motor. .
m.to r uku ruaor.
1937 CHEV. Tudor. 195
1934 PLYMOUTH Coupe, A-l work
car. in periect mecnanical
1444 No Stephens
(Next to Snack Shack)
Oak and Rose
FINE USED CARS
Reasonably priced, G M A C term.
Chevrolet Buick Pontiac CedUUo
SEE THIS 1937 Ford 2-door sedan fof
aepenaaoie, low-cost transportation.
Will sell for S75. below book price.
Call 466. or inquire at 307 Pacifie
'47 Studebaker Deluxe 5 pass, coups,
almost new. Fh. 648-R.
MORE MONEY fofyour car Cash on
me spni orhrum Motors. Inc., D
Soto Plymouth. Phona 408. 114 N.
1935 PONTIAC. ail or any part. Good
niiMitr. mne on 43 nignway. mc
Larty. FOR SALE Model A pickup. $125. W. H-
i.n urn, i mne loum i airgrountu,
FOR SALE- aSalle 4-door sedan. I nral
buy in this cir. Heater, six 700-15 tires,
trailer hitch. 107 Sheridan street.
193S PLYMOt'TH 4door sedan with 1P41
uooe motor, cheap. Phone 645-n-l,
137 PLYMOUTH" 2-doWrTdan71WI t
miles Sn. of Dillard. Raymond Hunes.
3S CHEV. pickup. 175rPhTl372-X