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8 The Newt-Review, Roieburg, Ore.-Tuei., Nov. 1949
Society and Gluhl
By LOTUS KNICHT PORTER and BETTY ALLEN
Social Items submitted by tele
phone tor tne society pane musi
Monday through Thursday ind
by 10 a. m. iriaay at wnicn
time the social calendar and Sat
urday's society page are closed
TO MEET THURSDAY AT
The Woman's Society ol the
First Presbyterian church will
meet Thursday at a one-thirty
o'clock dessert-luncheon ,in the
church parlors with Mrs. Harold
Bellows, Mrs. Alva Bellows, Mrs.
George Campbell, Mrs. Willis
Myers and Mrs. J. E. Pinkcrton,
The business meeting will be In
charge of the president, Mrs.
Pinkerton. Mrs. Morris H. Roach
will have charge of the devotions
and Mrs. W. H. Ferris has ar
ranged an Interesting program
for the 'occasion. All women of
the church are invited.
LEADERS TO HOLD
Guardians and leaders of Camp
Fire will meet Thursday evening
from seven-thirty to ten-thirty o'
clock at the First Christian
church. The social hour will be
in charge of a Camp Fire group.
CLUB TO HOLD MEETING
The Looklngglass Study club
1 will meet in the lunchroom of the
Looklngglass school Wednesday,
Nov. 9, at two o'clock. All wom
en of Melrose and Looklngglass
are urged to be present.
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Dlllard P.-T.A. held a carnival
at the. school gymnasium Mon
day nieht. Oct. 31. All the young
er children In the community at
tended in costumes which rang
ed from ghosts to tramps and
clowns. Steven Lewis, dressed as
Daniel Boone and Charlene Pack'
er as a senorita won the prizes,
Allen Dunlap and Charlene Pack,
er won a prize for the funniest
Entertainment varied tnrough,
out the evening with dart games,
fish ponds, selling carnival hats
ana wring tne aucK neck, ana a
house or Horrors.
Mrs. White presented a Mexi
can hat dance accompanied by
Gertrude Hunter at tne piano.
Booths were operated by the
Camp Fire Girls, Bluebirds and
Boy Scouts. An old-fashioned
country store also was popular.
Next P.-T. A. meeting.at uniara
will be Friday, Nov. 18 at 8 p.m.
Parents are requested to attend
in order to meet the teachers and
parents of other students In the
REPUBLICAN WOMEN AND
FRIENDS INVITED TO
TEA AT UMPQUA 8ATURDAY
An Informal tea will be held
Saturday, Nov. 12, from two to
five o'clock at the Umpqua Ho
tel for all Republican women and
their friends, according to an an
nouncement by Mrs. Roy O.
Young, county vice-chairman and
member of the state executive
Mrs. Guy Cordon, wife of U.S.
Senator Guy Cordon; Mrs. Harris
Ellsworth, wife of Congressman
Harris Ellsworth; ana Mrs. Mar
shall Cornett, national commit
teewoman from Klamath Falls,
and Mrs. Freda Peterson, state
vice-chairman from Dallas, will
be In attendance.
Committees for the affair will
be announced later.
CLUB TURKEY DINNER IS
The Winchester Community
club turkey dinner sponsored Fri
day evening at the clubhouse was
a huge success according to an
announcement made by Uie com
mittees in charge. Mrs. Louise
Ketcherslde and Mrs. Thelma
Spediel, who acted as hostesses,
especially thank the men, boys,
Camp Fire girls and their lead
er for their fine cooperation In
making the affair such a success.
W. S. OF C. S. TO
MEET ON THUR8DAY
AT METHODIST CHURCH
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service will meet Thursday
at a one o'clock dessert-luncheon
at the Methodist church with
members of Circle No, 2, as host
The topic will be "A Winsome
Call-Pakistan." The worship will
be in charge of Mrs. W. J. Adair
with Mrs. A. S, Feller in charge
of the program. All women of the
cnurcn are lnvnea.
LIONS AND LADIES
INVITED TO ROGUE
RIVER CHARTER BANQUET
Roseburg Lions and Lady Lions
are Invited to attend the charter
night banquet at Rogue River
Thursday night, Nov. 10, at eight
o'clock at the V.F.W. hall. The
committee reports a fine variety
of entertainment as well as danc
ing has been planned lor the oc
casion. FORSYTHE GUILD TO
MEET THURSDAY AT
HOME OF MISS SHERK
Forsythe Guild will meet
Thursday evening at the home
ol Miss blnor bherk, lib brock
way street. All business and pro
fessional women of the First
Presbyterian church are invited,
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PARTY IS LARGE AND
Edenbower Boy Scout troop
No. 133 held its annual Hallow
een masquerade party at the
Edenbower Gym on Friday eve
ning with about 250 children and
parents in attendance, all dres
sed In costumes appropriate to
tne gnostiy occasion, me nail
was lavishly aecoratea witn or
ange and black streamers, corn
stalks, jack-o-lantems and Hal
loween skeletons and Dlaaues.
Judging of costumes began
promptly at 7:30 with Darley
ware. Albert stingiey ana Mrs,
Carol Singley acting as judges.
Prizes were awarded to boys and
girls in each age group for the
most interesting costume.
A short skit, "Pranksters At
Play," was presented by Scouts
Don Ware, Ronnie Sanders, Tom
my fauison. Minora bldd neton.
Jim Busser, Ronnie Barnes and
LeRoy Sargent. Tommy Kimball,
Tenderfoot Scout, played several
Following the program three
comedy films featuring Abbott
and Costello, Woody Woodpecker
and Chimps the Chimpanzee
were shown. Scout Master Clair
Pettlt acted a Master of Cere
monies and picture operator.
While the parents retired to the
amine room lor pie, doughnuts,
cookies, coffee and cider, the
youngsters threw darts at bat
loons, bobbed for apples and
played apple string pull. These
pastimes netted them a prize
witn every attempt and soon
each boy and girl was loaded
down with apples, suckers, bal
loons and comic books. Eventual
ly the children found their way
to the dining room, bringing to
a climax a very eventful evening.
This Is the second annual Hal
loween party the Edenbower Boy
Scouts nave sponsored for the
benefit of all children who care
to attend. It was even more suc
cessful than the first and a great
deal of credit is due the boys who
worked so hard in Its preDaration
PATCH ND CHAT
CLUB TO MEET AT
VERRELL HOME TONIGHT
The Patch and Chat club will
meet at eight o'clock tonight,
Nov. 8, at the home ol Mrs. n;. H.
Verrell. All members are cordial
ly invited to be present.
rne last meeting oi tne chid
was held Thursday evening at the
home of Mrs. E. G. Trozelle. Sew
ing and visiting were enjoyed and
later Mrs. Trozelle served deli
cious refreshments to Mrs. C. R.
Bartlett, Mrs. J. N. Boor, Mrs.
Curtis Calkins, Mrs. V. R. Buck
ingham. Mrs. Darley Ware, Mrs.
C. Domenlco and Mrs. D. W. Kea-
MELROSE H. E. C.
TO MEET WEDNESDAY
Melrose Home Economics club
will meet at two o'clock Wednes
day, Nov. 9, at the home of Mrs.
Ollie Kruger with Mrs. Myrtle
Wilson, co-hostess. All members
are urged to be present.
CLUB TO HOLD MEETING
The Northside Sunshine club
will meet Thursday afternoon at
the home of Mrs.. Wijliam Stle
wig. 1020 West First street. All
members are urged to be present.
C (.V W ;
AGLOW-Twelve-year-old Carol Maag of Cosmos. Minn, Is literally
aglow with the Importance of her visitor as President Truman leans
over Her bed in the Shrlners Hospital for Crippled Children Is
EVERGREEN H. E. C.
TO MEET AT LUNCHEON
Evergreen Home Economics
club will meet at a noon potl-ck
luncheon at the hall Thursday
with Rosa Heinbach, Minnie
Waggler and Margaret McCoid
hostesses. All members are urg
ed to be present.
BENEFIT CARD PARTY
TO BE HELD WEDNESDAY
Winston Community club has
planned a benefit card party
Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 7:30 ep.m.
Proceeds from the affair will be
used for a Christmas party for
children of the Winston community.
DINNER AND SOCIAL
TO BE HELD THURSDAY
AT I.O.O.F. HALL
Philetarian lodge No. 8. Rose
burg Rebekah lodge No. 41 mem
bers and members of Alpha Zeta
Theta Rho Girls club will meet
at a six-thirty o'clock dinner
Thursday night at the I.O.O.F.
hall, followed by a social affair.
LADY ELKS TO MEET
The Lady Elks will meet Thurs
day evening at eight o'clock at
the temple for a business session
followed by a social hour of con
tract bridge and pnoch, Ml
members are urged to be pres
COUNTRY CLUB WOMEN
TO MEET ON THURSDAY
Women of the Roseburg Coun
try club will meet at a twelve o'
clock luncheon Thursday at the
clubhouse, followed by the con
tract bridge play at one o'clock.
All women of the club are urged
to be present
BETA SIGMA PHI
CITY COUNCIL TO
MEET AT LUNCHEON
Beta Sigma Phi City Council
will meet at a one o'clock no-hostess
luncheon Thursday at the Ho
tel Umpqua. All members of the
Council are requested to be pres
ent. Mrs. Robert B. Rhodes, pres
ident, will conduct the meeting.
ALTAR 80CIETY CIRCLE
NO. 2, TO MEET MONDAY
Circle No. 2, of St. Joseph's Al
tar Society will meet at a seven
o'clock potluck supper next Mon
day night at the home of Mrs.
Sandy McDonald. Members are
asked to meet at the parish hall
at 6:30 p.m. to go to the McDon-
aia nome togetner.
Epidemic Of Smashups
Hits Columbia Highway
BRIDAL VEIL, Ore., Nov. 8.
(fl) The new Columbia river
"water lever highway was
"madhouse" of accidents Sun
day, police said, with five smash
uds in one 20-minute period.
The worst was a head-on crash
in which eight persons were In
jured. Most seriously hurt was
Brendon McLoughlin, 32, Van
couver, Wash., who was riding
in a car driven by Lee Johnson,
33, Pasco, Wash. McLoughlin had
a hip dislocation and internal in
juries. Johnson suffered a com
rjound knee fracture.
Deputy Sheriff Jack Elliott
said balmy weather drew such
heavy traffic along the scenic
gorge highway tnat in some sec
tions there were accidents every
15 feet during the day and early
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Financial Expert Says
Living Cost To Decline
PORTLAND UP) A decline
in the cost of living next year
is predicted by Arthur C. Bab
sori the vice-president of a stock
and bond advisory service.
The Massachusetts man told
an audience here that business
should be "remarkably well sus
tained" In Portland, however. He
estimated that Portland business
would decline 3 to 5 per cent be
low this year, compared to a nation-wide
average of 5 percent
Babson foresaw a strong de
mand for lumber, furniture, cann
ed goods, clothing, paint, flour,
cereals, creamery products, and
woolen goods all items produc
ed in this region.
H. Clyde Baldwin, investment
analyst for the Babson organi
zation, prediected that the stock
market in 1950 would fluctuate
broadly within the range record
ed in the last three years.
"We believe that many good
common stocks are already suf
ficiently low, and may be held
with confidence," he remarked.
Pineapple Barge Going
Back With Lumber '
THE DALLES, Ore., Nov. 8.
W) The barge that brought the
"hot cargo" pineapple here in
September was scheduled today
to haul lumber back to Hawaii.
R. M. Botley, president of Isle
ways, Ltd., owners of the pine
apple still being unloaded, said a
million board feet of lumber
would be shipped to the islands.
He said loading would start
A CIO longshore spokesman
indicated there would be no
trouble here, but questioned
State Pays Treeeurer's Disputed Printing Bid
SALEM fP) With s big grin
on his round face, State Treasur
er Walter J. Pearson announced
that the state had paid the $160
bill for printing Pearson's state
ment of the duties of his office.
This is the bill which Governor
McKay had refused to approve.
It caused a quarrel between Mc
Kay and Pearson at last week's
board of control meeting.
The claim was honored by sec-
whether Hawaiian stevedores
would handle the lumber if non
union workers loaded it here.
Meanwhile, 16 longshoremen
charged with rioting here Sept.
28 are free under $2,500 ball
each. Judge Ward Webber said
they would be arraigned later on
the indictments. All were arrest
ed In Portland and Vancouver last
The lobster has blunt teeth
for crushln? shells in its stom-
retary of State Newbry, who rul
ed that his office could pay it
without approval of the board of
Pearson is a Democrat, while
Newbry and McKay are Repub
licans. Pearson said Thursdav that If
the state hadn't paid it, he
wouldn't have paid it, either.
uatkln rout fa.ierlv
worked by Mrs. MoFar
lane. Starting November
4, this route will be nan-
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