The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, November 10, 1949, Page 20, Image 20

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    6 TS Newi-ftavlaw, Roieburg, Ora.-Thur., Nov. 10, 194,KiwqnianS OllCSfS
Of Jr. High; Dine
On School Lunch
The Hoseburg Klwanls club
members, in observance of
American Education week, were
guests of the Junior high school
ripnt liinpfifann fnr RA rnt im. ij
der the direction of Mrs. May I
Matnews, scnool luncn cq-ordina-
Tokyo. Japan smiles as she helps her CI sweetheart, Orren Lucht,
22, Mora, Minn., farm youth, cut a wedding cake after their
marriage at his home in Mora. In background is the Rev. Oscar
Olson who performed the ceremony. A special act of congress
permitted Toihie to enter the United States to marry Lucht
whom she met while he was with U. i. occupation forces
Japan two years ago. (AP Wirephoto),
Noblewoman's Daughter Held In Slaying Inquiry
DETROIT, UP) The daugh
ter oi a sen-styled Tencn Noble
woman Is held here with her hus
band for questioning In a tourist
cabin slaying at Calgary, Alber
ta. The husband, William L. Wal
lace, 42, was picked up by Fed-
Agent for
Lyon Van Lines
Phone 927
Evenings, 320-J-3
Transfer & Storage
eral authorities for a deportation
At that time, officers said, he
Degan taming about the slaying
oi ivonne i,evesque during
drinking party at Calgary.
An elderly, dignified woman
who Identified herself as the.
Marcholness Margaret d'Autler
appeared at police headquarters.
Indignantly, she demanded to
see her daughter Wilhelma, Wal
lace s wne.
The Wallaces were picked up
Dy ponce ac ner ijetrolt apart
The 31-year-old wife and her
nusoana nuried a variety of
charges at each other, police
said. None could be substantiat
ed. The Marchioness said she
came to this country In 1906 after
the death of th e Marquis in
France. Mrs. Wallace, her
dauthcr by a second marriage,
was born In Bellingham, Wash,
she said.
Sneaker for the occasion was
Walter Fisher, who told of his re
cent trio to Europe.
An additional feature was the
playing of a record made by J.
nugn jacKson, Klwanls interna
tional president, and Jimmv Ful
ler, movie radio commentator,
calling attention to National
Kids' day Nov. 19. The day will
be observed locally on Nov. 18
with a big football Jamboree on
Finlay field. Tom Pargeter, Jim
Slattery and R. L. Whipple are
cnairmen in charge oi the observance.
Mrs. Matthews, discuss the
dinner, said that the typical
menu included government sur
plus commodities, such as
cheese, powdered milk, toma
toes, concentrated orange Juice.
apples and butter. She said the
schools had Just received 996
pounds of butter as a three-
monin supply.
Junior high principal R. R.
Brand invited members to the
open house program Wednesday
nlgnt at tne school, when par
ents win be going through a typi
cal day's study program. Brand
also led the club in singing
acnooi Days.
The ninth grade boys' chorus,
directed by R. Cloyd Riffe, en
tertained with two selections.
District Klwanls Governor Al
len Wheeler of Eugene, and Fer-
rou lies, iormeny or Koseburg
and now of Snrinefield. whprp he
- - , ,
is club president, were special 1 1
guests, along with local visitors.
Cave-In Kills 2 Men On
Washington U. Campus
SEATTLE," Nov. 10. UP)
The bodies of the two men trap-1
ped at the bottom of a 60-foot
shaft on the University of Wash
ington campus yesterday were
recovered cany today.
One was Dinned down bv a
targe beam.
Hope for the two mens safety
-never high was virtually
aoanaonea last evening when a
second slide undid the work of I
seven hours. No one, however,
was caugnc in tne later suae.
The two men James McNahh.
36, of Auburn, and Ed L. Olson,
Seattle were buried alive in a
short tunnel off the bottom of
tne snalt yesterday morninir.
Tons of earth and broken tim
bers covered them.
The shaft was sunk to dig tun-!
nels designed to carrv heat and
electricity conduits to University
New Bids For Prunes For
School Lunches Asked
The Agriculture depart
ment made a new offer Monday
to buy 1,000 tons of dried prunes
for the national school lunch pro- j
gram from processors in Oregon j
and Washington.
The department rejected pre
vious mas necause it considered
them too high.
New bids must be submitted
by Nov. 22 for acceptance or re-
lection on or before Nov. 30.
The purchase program is de
signed to help bolster sagging 1
prices oi prunes.
it is estimated tnat in some
districts, earthworms add a lav.
cr of topsoil one-fifth of an Inch
Sibling beef
on skewers and
flavorful coffee
Here's a hearty Invitation for real enjoyment . , in
steaming, fragrant cups of Hills Bros. Codec This
deliriously uniform colTee is blended from the pick oi
the world's coffee crops . ; ; and "Controlled Roast
ing," an exclusive Hills Bros, process, roasts the blend
a tilth at a time continuously for flavor that never
varies. It's vacuum-packed, for freshness.
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IM lb, top round
r lrtin
W wp Frviwh dlrMstrtfl
1 anion
Mushroom mpi
For 4 wrrtn.1t, cut t pounda top round or sir
loin itk Into t-lnch ruie. K'xmr cuhM and
. miuhroom cap 1lh V CUP Frrnrh drooalng
and add 1 allcrd onion. Vt miand I hour or trior
and drain. Arm rig allarnat bIccm of bf,
aquaraa of bacon, and muahrnonM on skrvm
and barbecue or cook under broiler about I
mlautfca, turnlnft ortaalonally. Hrrtt each por
tion of krwtred meat on allca of tnaet which
hai been bruahed with Prench dreMlnt.
Srv with Hill 0roc Cofft
rrtetMks tea. U M. Ofl Cm IM-n tarn Mm im.
Everybody likes
flf ular Grind
Drip and
Glaee-Maliar Orind
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