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. Songs of Cheer
I and Comfort
For your Sunday morning
10:15-10:30 A. M
Sundays and Tuesdays
Starring William Gargan in
the title role.
1:30-2 P. M. Sunday
Parker Fennelly in the lov
able, laughable role of "Mr.
4-4:30 P. M. Sunday
Governor Alfred E. Driscoll
of New Jersey joins the fa
vorite parlor-game panel!
8-8:30 P. M. Sunday
of the Air
Rudolf Friml's colorful op
eretta, "The Vagabond
King" with Nancy . Carr
and Thomas L. Thomas.
10-11 P.M. Sunday
Meet The Press
Representative Emonuel Cel
ler of New York holding this
1490 in your Dial
WerU'i Gmlal Refional Network
WITH HOME DINNERS
Riversdale Grange sponsored
lis annual Thanksgiving dinner
at six o'clock Thursday evening
at the hall. Covers were placed
for fifty at a beautifully appoint
ed table. A large number of
members joined the group later
in the evening .lor dancing.
" Mr. and Mrs. Taul Jenkins en
tertained at a lovely turkey din
ner at their attractive home in
Laurelwood Thanksgiving day
having as guests, Mr. and Mrs.
O. M. BerrTe and son. Bob, stu
dent at University of Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Howard Pat-
tison and daughters, Miss Bar
bara and Miss Carolyn, enter
tained at a charming one-thirty
o'clock turkey dinner at their
lovely home on East Lane street
having as guests: Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Pat tison and sons, Rob
bie, Jimmy and Jerry, of Go
shen; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Patti
son, Homer Pattlson and Wesley
Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn Voyt
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles
A. Brand at a lovely Thanksgiv
ing dinner at their attractive
Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Stan
ton entertained at a turkey din
ner at their home on East Com
mercial avenue Thanksgiving
day having as guests Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Stanton of Roseburg,
and Mrs. Laura Ellis of Reeds
port, Mr. and Mrs. George Frew en
tertained at a lovely two o'clock
turkey dinner at their home
Thanksgiving day having their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford E. Smith and chil
dren, Paula and Ronnie; and their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Chester Frew, as guests.
Attractive fall flowers formed
the decorations. .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Patty
and daughter Rosemary enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Wright
at Thanksgiving dinner at their
home In Cloverdale park.
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Doyle
and sons were host and hostess
at Thanksgiving dinner to Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Goodbourne,
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Busenbark
and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Par
geter and son, Brian and daugh
ter, Carolyn Sue.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fredrick
son and son Larry and Mrs.
Fredrickson's mother, Mrs'. A. D.
Hawn entertained at Thanksgiv
ing dinner at their home on
Blakeley street Thursday. Invit
ed were Mrs. C. E. Fredrickson,
Miss Vera Fredrickson, Miss
Ruth Fredrickson, Hugo Fred
rickson, Charles Noble and Au
gust Friedman. Mr. Friedman Is
a brother of Mrs. C. E. Fred
rickson and is visiting here from
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Chase en
tertained at a lovely turkey din
ner at their home on Vista Ave
nue Thanksgiving day having as
guests: Mr. ana Mrs. ti J.
van and Mrs. Bert Wells.
0 Siding Finish
PAGE LUMBER & FUEL
164 E. 2nd Ave. S. Phone 242
OPEN EVERY SUNDAY
Open at 10 a. m. far that Sunday morning breakfast
Also serving those good pan-fried chicken "i
dinners, complete for liJW
Special steaks and
sea food dinners
with French fries.
on Garden Valley Road
Where You Get the Most For the Least
Weekday Hours: 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Except Mondays
We cater to every type ,
womervclub women ona pin
to the RAINBOW CAFE for
MRS. RAY HOOVER
AT HAYS HOME
Mrs. Cecil Hays, Mrs. W. D.
Fritts and Mrs. Ray Johns were
hostesses Monday at a pink and
blue shower honoring Mrs. Ray
Hoover at the Hays home, 120
West Lane street
Pink and blue decorations
were carried out about the rooms
with chrysanthemums adding a
floral note. Games were followed
Honoring Mrs. Hoover were
the Mesdames Fred J. Herman.
Victor Rice Arne Copper, James
taton, jonn AKer, Lee waiters,
Edward B. Rowe, Lester G.
Twohv. W. Farriss. Vireil Lone,
Harold Barber, Peyton Oderkirk,
Harold Haskln. Maxine Russell.
Frank Bistak, G. M. lies, Art
Cooper, Ted Ellingson, Lee Mill
er, Howard Kluver, Hayden De-
Camp, Verdun Boucock, c. D.
Albright. Bessie Houser. -
Also the Mesdames Kenneth
Hussey, Archie Elliott, Paul K.
Kyan, J. rl. Taylor, u. D. uos'
nell. Flovd House. Harrv Pin-
nlger, Otis Huddieston, Merrill
CJemberling, i nomas undbioom,
Wesley Bailor. Miriam Emery,
Joe Brant, Clyde Wiard, Charles
tirunaage, KODert Simmons,
Lena Taylor, Walter Welker,
Berthalee Bailey, Leslie Cum-
mings, William Magness, Jack
Llllard, Wayne Larson ana uu
ARTICLES NEEDED FOR
WOMAN'S CLUB BAZAAR
TABLE FOR HOBBY SHOW
Members of the Roseburg Wo
man's club are being asked for
gifts of aprons, cookies etc' for
the bazaar table to be sponsored
at the club's two-day hobby show
to Be held at the armory ines
day and Wednesday. Members
are also being solicited for arti
cles for the childrens' grab bag,
which will be a feature of the
bazaar table. Donations may be
broueht to the armory. Monday-
Nov. 28, from two to four o'clock.
MISS KAY WARD IS
HOSTESS AT BENEFIT
CARD PARTY FIRDAY
As a benefit affair for St.
Joseph's Altar society, M i sss
Kay wara entertained at iwo
tables of bridge at her apart
ment home Friday evening. Fol
lowing the bridge-play, lovely
refreshments were served.
Those Dresent were Miss Pat
ricia Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Ro
bert P. Allen Miss Mary Anna
Peterson, Mrs. Frank Long, Mrs.
Leonard Riley, Mrs. George
Glenn and Miss Margaret Joyce.
RICE CREEK RESIDENTS
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rice were
hosts at a housewarming given
for Mr. and Mrs; Jack Cluster at
their new home which is near
ing completion on Rice Creek.
Potluck supper was served at 6
o'clock on a twenty foot table
with Mrs. Rice assisted in serv
ing by Mrs! Vera Rice. The even
ing was spent visiting. The Clus
ters received many gifts from
the 65 friends and relatives who
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Roadman
had as Thanksgiving dinner
guests at their home on South
Pine street, the latter's son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Bowers and sons, Gene and
Jlmmte, of Salem; Mrs. Bower's
mother, Mrs. Laura Quarnberg,
of Vancouver, Wash., Mrs. Anna
Logsdon of Albany and the lat
ter's daughter, Miss V. Vivian
Logsdon, of Roseburg. The Bow
ers family returned to Salem Fri
day. And why not top It off
with our delicious
home made pie?
It's our specialty.
. . college youths, business
- up . . . MEN bring your date
a taste-tempting dinner.
Interviewing Representative Emanuel Celler of New York on
tonight's "Meet the Press" session at 8:30 will be Lowell Llmpus,
N. Y. Dally News; C. Norman Stabler, N. Y. Herald Tribune;
Henry Hazlitt, Newsweek; and Lawrence Fertlg, noted writer on
economic affairs. . '
SUNDAY: When '"The Clutching Hand" reaohes Into
Haitian plantations and drags field laborers Into the
bowels of the earth, It provides another supernatural prob
lem for "Mystery Man" Roger Elliott on "House of Mys
tery" at 1. A disreputable firm of stock brokers resorts to
kidnapping and murder to gain control of a manufac
turing concern, but Martin Kane, played by William Gar
gan, pugs some Ideas of his own Into effeot and reverse
the prooedure Sunday at 1:30. "The Man With No Faoe"
attraots the attention of "The Shadow" Sunday at 2, .aa
Lamont Craneton (Bret Morrison) looks Into the oausea
for the many highway fatalities, Gertrude Warner Is fea- '
tured as Margot Lane. A broken strand of pearls helped
Gertrude Warner win the role of Margot Lane for "The
Shadow" broadcasts. Here's what happened. Along with
many other actresses, Mils Warner auditioned for pro
ducer John Cole for the role. She has been known for
effective soreamlng, and the Margot Lane role calls for
frightened, though lady-Ilka, screams quite often. But she
sereamed so effectively during the audition that a strand
' of pearls she was wearing ' broke. That convinced Cole.
Tune in "The Case of the Mistaken Murder" on "Nick Carter,
Master Detective, Sunday at 3:30; Parker Fennelly in the role
of "Mr. Feathers" at 4; another "Family Theater" dramatization
at 4:30 with Colleen Tbwnsend as hostess, and starring Raymond
Burr, John Daynor and Virginia Gregg in 'The Courtship of Miles
Standish." Rudolf FrimTs colorful operetta of 15th century France,
"The Vagabond King" will be presented on "Chicago Theater of
the Air". Sunday night at ten, with Nancy Carr and Thomas L.
Thomas in the leading roles.
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Mutual Broadcasting System
REMAINING HOURS TODAY
4:00 Mel Allen MBS.
4:19 Hemingway. MBS. '
4:30 Music MBS.
5:00 David Rose. MBS.
0:311 Met Your iviaicn.
6:00 Quick as a Flash.-
6:23 John B, Kennedy .-
o:ju sports rase,
6:38 Musical Interlude.
6:40 Local News.
6:43 National Guard Show.
7:00 Comedy Playhouse. MBS.
8:00 Happy Valley Cowboys.
8:30 Meet the Press. MBS. .
9:00 News. MBS.
0:15 Dink Templeton. MBS.
9:30 Wrest Una Parade.
10:30 Carmen Cavallero. MBS.
11:00 McPherson in Person.
11:30 Sign Of.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1049
8:00 Back to God Hour. MBS.
8:30 Voice of Prophecy. MBS.
90 Radio Bible Class. MBS.
9:30 Lutheran Hour. MBS.
10:00 Vnwti MRS.
10:15 soruts of uneer fie comiort. mhs
10:30 urgan concert.
iu:ia moments oi uevouon.
1 1 :0O Church Services.
12:15 David Ross. MBS.
12:30 Master Radio Canary. MBS.
12:45 National News.
1:00 House- of Mystery. MBi.
1:30 Martin Kane. MBS, .
2-00 fihaHmv. MBS.
2:30 True Detective Mysteries. MBS
3:00 Mutual Chamber Etuemble-MBS
3:30 Nick Carter. MBS.
4:00 Mr. Feathers. MBS.
4:30 Family Theatre. MBS.
5:00 Laymen's Hour.
5:30 Can you Top This. MBS.
6:00 Enchanted Hour. MBS.
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7:00 Take A Humrwr.-Mtsa.
7:30 Roy Rogers Show. MBS.
8:00 Twenty Questions. MBS.
8:30 Walter Winchell. MBS,
8:45 Louella Parsons. MBS.
9:00 News. MBS,
9:15 Memorable Music.
9:30 American Legion.
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P. W. E. MEMBERS
AT TURKEY DINNER
The members of the P. W. E.
club entertained their families at
a very delightful turkey dinner
at seven o'clock Wednesday eve
ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Reese. Beautiful chrysanthe
mums graced the buffet table
and were used in bouquets about
Covers were placed for Mr. and
Mrs. William Mills ana sons,
Bill and Donnie; Mr. and Mrs.
JoseDh Fest and daughter, Marll-
ean; Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lehrbach
and children, Sheryl and Nlckle;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wickham,
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hunnlcutt and
daughter, Melanle; Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Pfaff and daughters, Neva
and Allison; Mr. and Mrs. iiienn
Beach and daugnter, uienaa;
Mrs. Oliver Dodson and chil
dren. Nancy and Butch: Mrs.
Acnes Jordan. Mrs. Ida Allison,
Mrs. Ruth Reese, Glenn Myer,
William McGee and the host and
hostess, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reese
and children, Muriel ana Tom
Music and visiting were enjoy
ed during the pleasant evening
Saturday Night, November 26th
BOB WEAVER and his DIXIELANDERS
to 1 a. m.
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TO MAKE PLANS FOR
CHRISTMAS PARTY AT
Neighbors of Woodcraft Thim
ble club will meet Monday at a
one o'clock potluck luncheon at
the home of Mrs. Robert Bur
ton, at which time plans will be
outlined for the annual Christ
mas party. Members are urged
to attend and are requested not
to brins their teSIc icr.c.
The club met Monday for a
lovely potluck luncheon at the
home of Mrs. W. P. Fredrickson
and her mother, Mrs. A. D.
Hawn. Present were Mrs. Cora
Dourte, Mrs. Cynthia Germond,
Mrs. James Miller, Mrs. John
Wot t h 1 n g t on, Mrs. George
Croucher, Mrs. Henry Ersklne,
Mrs. Harry Lohr, Mrs. Lydla
Hooper, Mrs. A. Neal, Mrs. Ro
bert Burton, Mrs. Ed Gore and
Mrs. Edith Welton.
320 Ward St.
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J TONIGHT: "TOP '0 THE MORNING"
I Sot, Nov. 26, 1949 Ths Nwi-RvUw, RoHburt, Om. ' I
V. F. W. AUXILIARY
ELECTS OFFICERS AT
Mrs. Martha Wells was elected
president of the V. F. W, auxil
iary at a special meeting Tues
day night at the armory, Marie
Glade was elected senior vice
president and Genevieve Holmes
:."ja elected junior vice-president.
The next regular meeting will
be at eight o'clock the evening of
Dec. 13, at the armory, at which
time members are requested to
bring prospective members.
DARING STORY OF A DARING WOMAN!
O'HARA DOUGLAS h
Mrs. Myrtle Tripp, Portland,
state department president, was
in attendance and gave a very In
teresting talk on her attendance
at the national convention held in
Michigan and of her tour of the
Eaton Rapids, Mich., V. F. W, or
phanage. Coffee and sandwiches were
served at the close of the meet
ing. - .. - ,... '. . .
When you put soup away In
the refrigerator be sure to cover
the container tightly so u to
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