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Ellcs Club Halloween Dance Is Cqstume Affair
1949-Thd Newt-Review, Roseburg, Ore.
Has Party On Sixth Birthday,
Society and GluLi
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Pictured above before Unmasking are the winners of the Halloween
matquer-ade held at the Elks club Saturday, Oct. 29. Grand prize
winners were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jones who were costumed as
Marie Antoinette and Louis Sixteenth. They received a cash award
and a ticket to the next name band dance at the Elks olub. Other
cash awards and dance tickets were distributed among the above
The above picture shows the winners unmasked gathered In the
small lounge of the Elks club for their pictures. Remaining masked
was the "scarcrow," Pete Neal. The winners-were selected after
OF SORORITY MEMBERS
A candllight pledging ceremony
was held Wednesday evening,
Nov. 2, at the home of Mrs. Jack
Bathrick at Melrose by members
and pledges of Mil chapter of
Beta Sigma Phi. The formal af
fair was followed by a business
Receiving their pledge pins at
the Initiatory service were Mrs.
Roy Stein, Mrs. Harold Jokela,
Mrs. Herman Matisoff, Mrs.
George Crocker, Mrs. Knute
Kershner, Mrs. Dan Dimmick,
Mrs. Henry Darby and Mrs. Eu
Plans were made for a rum
mage sale to be held at the Epis
copal parish hall November 19
and members are requested to
bring extra rummage to the next
chapter meeting, Nov. 16.
Discussion on a square dance
to be an event of late November
followed. Plans also were made
for the Christmas meeting, No
The next chapter meeting will
be held at the home of Mrs. Roy
Stein, 483 Flagg street, Nov. 16,
at 8 p. m.
The evening's program was In
charge of Mrs. Ted Schultz on the
topic, "Happiness Through En
vironment, Health, Work and
Play." Hostesses assisting Mrs.
Bathrick were Mrs. Wayne
Crooch and Mrs. Don Gum.
Attending the affair were the
Mesdamos Benjamin DuFresne,
J. R. Finley, Bruce Hetrlck, Dal
len Jones, John Killop, Frank
Norton,- William Semmler, Ted
Schultz, Carl Wassom, Harriso
Winston, Ed Wyatt, Jack Whar
ton, the new pledges and hos
tesses. MRS. BERT YOUNG
HONORED AT PINK
AND BLUE SHOWER
Mrs. Bert Young was honored
at a pink and blue shower party
Wednesday evening, when Mrs.
Ray Doerner entertained at her
Pencil games were played and
prizes were awarded to the win
ners. Lovely gifts were presented
and Mrs. Doerper, assisted by
her daughter, Patti, served love
ly refreshments to Mrs. Young,
guest of honor; Mrs. A. Doerner,
Mrs. Jay Young. Mrs. Don Rog
ers. Mrs. Floyd Felt, Mrs. Fred
Becker, Mrs. S. Nielsen. Mrs. C.
E. Reece. Mrs. Cloake, Mrs. Rog
ers Sr., Mrs. Calkins, Mrs. Rit
chie and Mrs. Hughes,
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ZULEIMA TEMPLE HAS
ENJOYABLE MEETING AT
EVANS HOME ON FRIDAY
Zuleima temple, Daughters of
the Nile met at the home of Mrs.
William Evans Jr., Friday eve
ning with Mrs. Kenneth D. Ad
ams as co-hostess at a charm
ing seven-thirty o'clock dessert
supper. Covers were placed for Mrs.
O. W. Harrah, president, Mrs.
L. E. Henninger, Mrs. William
son, Mrs. H. H. Fountain, Mrs.
W. C. Holmes.Mrs. H. R. Rey
nolds, Mrs. H. K. Halverson,
Mrs. R. L. Tozier, Mrs. V. H.
Brydges, Mrs. Frank Bodin and
daughter, Nancy; Mrs. S. G. Pal
mer, Mrs. Maynard Stevens,
Mrs. William Oerding, Mrs. Sig
Fett, Mrs. V. A. Williams and
the two hostesses.
Mrs. Harrah conducted the
The next meeting will be a
seven-thirty o'clock dessert-supper
at the home of Mrs. S. G.
Palmer, 632 Overlook, Nov. 1",
with Mrs. H. K. Halverson, as
sisting hostess. All members are
requested to bring gifts for the
Thanksgiving basket to be sent
to the Shrine hospital. Members
unable to be present are asked to
bring or send their donations to
the Rose hotel.
FAREWELL PARTY IS
GIVEN SOUTH FAMILY
Mr. and Mrs. Carl South and
children, Carla, Teddie and Tim
mie, were honored Wednesday
evening at a delightful farewell
party at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. George Sundberg.
Mr. and Mrs. South and famllv
are moving from Elgarose to a
home on the Roberts creek road.
A buffet lunch was enioyed by
Mr. and Mrs. South and three
children, guests of honor, and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Johnson,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown and
children, Dick and Sally; Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Sand and children.
Charlotte, Joe, Glen and Stevie;
Vern Wooten and children, Mi
chael and Dixie; Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. Sand. Mr. and Mrs. An
drew Hanson and children, Glen,
Donald and Margie; Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Holmquist, Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Sjogren and chil
dren, Dickie and Dennis, and the
host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs.
Sundberg and children, Donald
and Donna; and niece and neph
ew, Marelene and David Bart hoi-omy.
group. In front row are Roy Stein and Jerry Gilbo. Seated In second
row, left to. right are Mrs. C. C. Jones, Mrs. Jerry Gilbo, Mrs.
Lowell Rhoden, Miss Patricia Mlckels, Mrs. Al Scott, Miss Dolores
Hoffman. Standing third row, left to right are C. C. Jones, Roland
West, Mrs. Roy Stein, Pete Neal, Lowell Rhoden, Mickey Hard,
and George Southman. - - '
careful soreening by the judges,
MoKay, -from a large group of
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Pictures by Clark's Studio
Seated at one of the individual tables at the Elks club Halloween
dance were these four Elks club members before the unmasking.
They are Roy Byrd, Mrs. Byrd, Mrs. Bob Nicholson and Bob Nichol
son. The Terrace room was filled with similar groups In one of
the seasonal dances sponsored by the local temple.
DOUBLE SHOWER HONORS
SORORITY MEMBERS AT
ROBERT ELLIOTT HOME
Mrs. Robert Elliott, Mrs. Rich
ard Gadway and Mrs. Marvin
Doty were hostesses at a double
shower Thursday evening, Oct.
27 at the Elliott home on Alameda
avenue. The affair honored Mrs.
Donald Caskey with a pink and
blue shower and Miss Marge Rob
erts with a bridal shower.
A short business meeting of
Epsilon Sigma Alpha preceded
the social time. Gifts were pre
sented the honored guests by
members of Alpha Chi chapter of
Epsilon Sigma Alpha.
Attending were Miss Ardyth
Andrus, Mrs. Robert Reid, Mrs.
Donald Starmer, Mrs. I. J. Bean,
Miss Nancy Lehman, Miss Betty
Hunnicutt, T.Iiss Dolores Wago
ner. Mrs. Bill Benson, Mrs. Lyle
Quist, Mrs. Robert Nazelrod,
Miss Colleen Ireland, Mrs. How
ard Thomas, Mrs. Tyler Evans,
Miss Joyce Wampler, Mrs. E. J.
Rodgrrs Jr., Mrs. Martin McClay,
Mrs. Craig Dlshman, Mrs. Ward
Cummings Jr., and the hostesses.
Fred Lookwoed, Al Flegel and Del
outstanding oostumes. ,
MRS. CLYDE FULLERTON
GIVES CHARMING BRIDGE
LUNCHEON ON MONDAY
Mrs. Clyde Fullcrton was hos
tess at a charming one o'clock
bridge-luncheon at her beautiful
home on the South Umpqua river
In Hapfly valley Monday after
Covers were pladed at an at
tractively appointed table for
Mrs. E. A. Pearson, Mrs. L. J.
Fullerton, Mrs. Adrian Fisher,
Mrs. Walter Brydges, Mra. A. J.
Ellison, Mrs. J. P. Motschen
nacher, Mrs. L. L. Wimberly,
Mrs. E. C. Patterson and the
hostess, Mrs. Clyde Fullcrton.
Score prizes were awarded to
Mrs. Ellison and Mrs. Patterson
wiith MrsWlmberly winning the
925 Cobb St. Phone 387-R
By LOTUS KNIGHT PORTER end BETTY ALLEN
Terrace Ballroom Scene Of Elks
Club Annual Masquerade Dance
The Elks club Terrace ballroom was filled with costumed Elks,
their ladies arid partners at the Halloween masquerade Saturday,
October 29. Vic Rice and his orchestra furnished music for the
October social event.
The ballroom had been decorated for the Teen-age dance the
night previous, and was colorful with black and orange streamers,
Halloween pictures of gobbllns, ghosts and black cats. Members
of fJe orchestra were also in costume adding merriment to the
A grand march preceded selec
tion of outstanding costumes and
many were grouped into the cen
ter of the dance floor for. the
benefit of the three judges. Del
McKay, Albert Ftegel and Fred
Lockwood acted as judges and se
lected fifteen as winners.
A cash award and dance tickets
were given the best costumes, in
dividual and group with Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Jones receiving the
grand prize award. Mrs. Jones
wore a pale blue French gown
depicting Marie . Antoinette and
her husband was garbed as Louis
Sixteenth, complete with pow
The modern rubber masks add
ed much gaity to the evening and
tne unmasking louowep tne. an
nouncement of awards by the
the ballroom was crowded for
the occasion and proved to be one
of the best attended dances In re
cent months at the temple.
IS SCCESSFUL AFFAIR
The Veterans hospital recrea
tion hall was the scene of a Hal
loween party for the patients
Monday night with nearly 400 at
tending. The decorations were In
keeping with the Halloween mot
if and local civic clubs and vet
erans organizations operated
booths adding a variety of festi
vity to the occasion. .
On both sides of the laree floor
the, booths were arranged and
were operated by the volunteer
members of the organizations for
Having booths at the affair
were special services in charge
ot Lucille Ellis; American Le
gion Auxiliary, Nelle U 1 r i c h ;
Elks, Fuller Johnson, Frank
Wickham; Business and Profes
sional Womans club, Vera Mc
Clintock Jones; Disabled Amer
ican Veterans auxiliary, Nancy
Wulf; American Gold Star Moth
ers and Navy Mothers, Martha
Wells, Cora Rogan; Zonta Leola
v-iorion; veterans of Foreign
Wars auxiliary, Cora Carlson:
Cooties, Mr. Hoover, Mr. Den
ton; lorutne telling, Mrs. Ethel
Minturn; and American 'Red
Adding music to the occasion
were two ouartets fi-nm thp s p .
U.B.S.Q.U.A. (barber shop quar
tets) who sang during the even
ing. Participating in these quar
tets were Ernie Lentz, Dick
Meek. Jim Walford. Jack Rn,..
thy, Lawrence Rand, Art Kruger,
Emmett Meet and Cliff Kinch.
Students of the Ulah Rhoden
Studio of Dance nrespnfpH snu.
eral numbers. Taking part were
Carolee Rutherford, Margaret
Taylor, Lilian Archibald, Ingred
Lendberg, Frieda Fullmer, Carol
iynn ass, Helen Cass, and Sal
Music was furnished by Mabel
MacRae's Down Beaters.
N GRANTS PASS TONIGHT
FEATURES PIANO QUARTET
The Philharmonic Diano nunr.
tet, four youne American artists
will be presented in Grants Pass
tonight at 8:30 o'clock n the first
of that city's community con
certs, iocai residents are remind
ed that their season tickets will
be honored at the concert.
lne doors open at 7:45 o'clock
at the Lincoln school audiiorium.
The quartet includes Ada Kopetz,
oenna ivinniK, jonn scales and
Max Walmer. Their oroeram will
include piano works of 12 of the
world's greatest composers, in
cluding Brahms, Stravinsky,
Rachmaninoff, Ravel and Liszt.
Opening selection will be Over
ture to "Russian and Lundmilla"
by Mihail Glinka and rinses wlih
Johann Strauss' Suite from "Die
The concert will be nlaveri nn
four grand pianos.
I. O. 0. F. DINNER
TO HONOR COUPLE
FOR LONG SERVICE
Members of the I. O. O. F. InriVn
will entertain Rebekahs, I. O. O.
r. loage members and their fami
lies and the Theta Rho girls at
a banquet at the I. O. O. F. hall
Thursday evening, November 10,
at d:ju ociock.
The affair will be In honor of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dent, local
residents, for their longtime
membership in the lodge and
work In I. O. O. F. fellowship.
The dinner will be followed hv a
VELMA'S BEAUTY SHOP
Pocific Bldg. Phone 449
O Tints O Manicuring O Hair Styling
. 8.50 dnd
. 7.50 dnd
OPERATORS . . .
DINNER AT H'ALL
After enjoying a chill supper,
members of the Roseburg Rebe
kah Lpdge met In regular ses
sion at the I.O.O.F. nail on Tues
day, Oct. 25th with Mary Alice
Mortenson, noble grand, and
Golda Nickell, vice grand, pre
siding. The following served as
officers pro-tem: Mrs. Evelyn
Fredrickson, musician, and Mrs.
Ruth Plumer L.S.N.G.
Mrs. Stella Gilbert, formerly of
Keystone lodge, Waplta Washing
ton was admitted to membership
The amendment to the by-laws
to increase the ddes to $3.00
a year was passed unanimously.
The commission for Mrs. Nan
cy Wolfe of Winchester as as
sistant advisor to the Theta Rho
Club was received. ,'
The following were nominated
for officers for next term: noble
grand, Golda Nickell; vice-grand
Mrs. Ollle Krueger, and Mrs.
Lotus Graves; recording secre
tary, Mrs. Nora Frauendiener;
treasurer, Mrs. Minnie South;
financial secretary. Mrs. F aye
Clark. Nominations will be re
opened at the next meeting.
Oliver Plumer announced the
new color scheme for the lodge
room. It is contemplated the re
decorating will be completed pri
or to the next meeting.
The Phllaterlan Lodge Invited
the Rebekah to a dinner at the
I.O.O.F. Hall- on Nov. 10th at
6:30 p.m. The Phllaterlan Lodge
will provide the food and all Re
bekahs are Invited. A social Is
plannss later In the evening.
It was announced that the pre
sident of the Rebekah Assembly
of Oregon will pay her official
visit to the local lodge on Decem
ber 13th, at which time the de
gree will again be. exemplified.
As a consequence degree staff
practice will again be resumed
at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov
ember 9th, and every Wednesday
thereafter until Dec. 13th.
The chili supper was deemed
a success as a small amount
was added to the treasury. The
committee who sunnlied and
served the food were: Mrs. Mary
Curtis and Mrs. Golda Nickell,
co-chairmen, Mrs. Mary Meyers,
Mrs. Mina Coom, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Dent, Mrs. Louise Young,
Mrs. Alice Goff, Mrs. Nora
Frauendiener, Mrs. Mary Alice
Mortenson, Miss Stella Flnnell
and Mrs. Hattie Gucrin.
Telling the Biblical story of
one of the characters of the
tableaux in the modern version
was done by Mrs. Ethel Bailey,
under good of the order. Exem
plifying the tableau were: Mssrs.
Oliver Plumer, Paul Krueger,
Jack Dent, Mrs. Lena Poole,
Mrs. Kathyrn McMillan, Mrs.
Ruth Plumer and Mrs. Ona Wil
liams. Climaxing this more ser
ious business, Mrs. Blanch Marr
gave a hilarious and entertain
lne version of an old witch hunt-
Ing her cat. She brought a stray
s- o'lt "t hitting and heard cat
calls from all around the hall
before locating the missing fe
line. A free-wlltoffering was collect
ed for the benefit of a Rebekah
It was voted to make the
Homecoming meeting on Nov.
8th a 6:30 pot luck dinner meet
ing. Lodge will follow at 7:30 p.
m. On the committee to assist
in the serving are: Mrs. Hattie
Gucrin, Mrs. Bertha Bayless,
Mrs. Susie Jackson, Mrs. Hazel
Reid, Mrs. Virginia Marr, Mr.
Raymond Clark and Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur McGhehey. It was
decided that the' lodge will not
send gifts to the Odd Fellows
Home in Portland this year.
Members who are Interested In
assisting in getting other mem
bers who do not frequently at
tend lodge, out to the homecom
ing meeting are requested to call
Mrs. Faye Clark at 923R for the
name and address of such a
member. They are then expected
to contact that member and urge
their attendance and arrange as
sistance or transportation if
Rebekahs are requested to re
member the homecoming dinner
and meeting at 6:30, Nov. 8th,
Degree staff practice Nov. 91 h,
and the dinner by the Phllater
lan Lodge Nov. 10th.
It will take from two to six
hours to defrost quick-frozen evi
scerated chicken if the package
Is left at room temperature.
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Barbara Woodard, daughter of
Mrs. Corlnn6 Woodard, cele
brated her sixth birthday at a
very charming party Saturday
afternoon at her home on South
"Pass the King" and "Pin the
nose on the Pumpkin" were play
ed. Lovely gifts were presented
to Barbara from: jjonna Snyder,
Sue Ann Hugglns, Jo Ann Gart
N TERRACE ROOM
Teen-agers enjoyed a masquer
ade at the Elks temple Terrace
ballroom Friday night in a Hal
loween setting complete with
hob-goblins, cornstalks and cos
tumes of every description. Music
for the evening was furnished by
Vic Rice and his orchestra. A
juke box added music during in
Chaperones for the Halloween
dance were Mf.' 'and Mrs, Joe
Spousta, Mrs. Cecil Hayes and
Mrs. Willis Frltts. Patty Pinnin-
ger was cnalrman ol tne mas
Decorations for the evening
were arranged by Miss Plnnlngcr,
Janice Wilhlte, Roy Shephard,
Fred Foy, Beatrice Frledlund,
Peggy Frenctte, Sandra Rapp,
Linda Beatty and Jeanette Kail
voda. MISS HELEN CASEY
GUEST SPEAKER AT
Miss Helen Casey of Roseburg
was guest speaker at the Can
yonville Woman's Civic Club
meeting last Thursday night. She
described her two-month aerial
tour of South America. She
brought many souvenirs from her
various stops and had these on
hand to add Interest to her talk.
The ladles expressed their gra
titude to Miss Casey in making it
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And your lucky favorites will get exactly what they most want
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Picture by Clark's Studle
ner, Donnle Whittenburg, . Billy
Gilmer, Dennis Wright and Stevie
Newcomb and Mrs. H. R. Wood
ard and Mrs. F. D. Woodard.
The lighted birthday cake, deco
rated in the Halloween motif
with an inscription, "Happy
Birthday Barbara," was baked by
Cleo's bakery. It was served with
ice cream by the hostess, assisted
by Mrs. Margaret Gartner and
Mrs. Lora Newcomb.
possible for the local club to hear
her very interesting talk.
Mrs. Dorothy Chappell, club
president, presided at a short
business meeting announcing the
first and third Tuesdays of each
month have been selected as the
regular meeting nights for the
club. The turkey dinner original
ly scheduled for Nov. 19 has been
temporarily postponed because of
contacting dates. .
There were ten members pres
ent and twelve guests.
The hall was beautifully decor
ated with autumn leaves and Hal
loween colors. The refreshments
were carried out with the Hallow
een motif being used when Mrs.
Mary June Bingham, Mrs. Verne
Worrall and Mrs. Olive Homme
served hot cider and cookies. .
DR. CHESTER L. WARD
HONORED AT DINNER
AND BREAKFAST HERE
A dinner was given Friday
evening, November 4th, at the
home of Mr; and Mrs. E. K.
Jones, 526 So. Main street, in
honor of Dr. Chester L. Ward,
Registrar of Hill Military Acad
emy, Portland, Oregon. Saturday
morning Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E.
Amon, 302 N. Jackson were hosts
to Dr. Ward at a breakfast par
ty. During his stay In Roseburg
Dr. Ward will be the guest of
his son, Warren Ward, who is the
Commercial Manager of the Mu
tual Radio Station in Koseourg.