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Th News-Review, Roseburg, Ore. Sat., Nov. 26, 1949
Senior Class Carniva I To Be La rge Affair Of December
Top row: John Morgan, Louis Hurd, Don Parr, Bill Sumner,
Front row: Pat Mears, Jan Elliott, Glenna GUI, Betty Glllenger
Left to right: Ernestine Wallcn, Glenna Gill, Bonnie Bellows,
The Senior Claei Carnival car
rying out the theme, "Under the
Big Top," will be a large and
Interesting affair of Friday eve
ST. JOSEPH'8 ALTAR
SOCIETY HOLDS BUFFET
DINNER, ELECTS OFFICERS
Circle No. 2 of St. Joseph's Al
tar Society held Its November
meeting Monday evening, No
vember 14 at the country home
of Mrs. Sandy McDonald. Mrs.
Carl Lundgren was assisting
hostess and the affair was pot
The hostesses served buffet
style to the following members:
I was at a party the other
night just a neighbourly goU
together nud I overhenrd one
lady say: "I don't know much
about my husband's business.
I've a full-time job looking nftor
the home and the children."
And it's quite a job, too.
Hundreds of thouiwnds of
women are doing the same
thing. And the mother carries
most of the load in keopinr
her husband and family in good
health, in shaping tiie character
of the children, in organising
the home life, and so on.
But there's one important
part of her husband's business
that she thould know about.
It's important because it affects
her life, and the future of the
SUN LIFE OF CANADA
wGLAS COUNTY STATE
M it- .
ning, December 2nd, at seven o'
clock at the armory. The public
has been invited to enjoy the oc
casion. Highlighting the affair
Miss Helen Casey, Miss Kay
Ward, Miss Margaret Joyce,
Miss Coletta Langenberg, Mrs.
Paul Jenkins, Mrs. Harold Des
Blens, Mrs. John Schafer, Mrs.
Sidney Domenico, Mrs. Robert
Harvey Brown, Mrs. Mary Ellen
Smith of Sutherlln and Miss Mary
case, a guest ana new member.
Business of the meeting was
election ol officers for the coin
Ing year and plans were made
lor tne December meeting and
children. It might even moan
all the difference between secu
rity and despair. It's the matter
of life insurance. If the unex
pected should happen and it
does every housewife nnd
mother should have the protec
tion which only life insurance
Yes, that part of her hus
band's business is really impor
tant, and every housewife and
mother should know about it.
What life insurance has he, and
is it enough to give the family
a reasonable chance to carry on
if the wane-earner died?
I'd like to step in sometime
and talk over this important
business before it's too late.
Let's talk things over today I
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t te?jv JoJIt .
Don Hardin and Durward Boyles.
and Dick Hoskins.
Joan Blosser, Evone Reson and
will be the announcement of who
Is Queen. The six candidates are
pictured above. The carnival
committee is pictured in the top
Christmas party of the society.
Mrs. John Schafer on Melrose
road will be hostess to the mem
bers, with Mrs. Robert Foye as
sisting, for the next meeting and
party to be held Monday, De
Officers elected Include Mrs.
Paul Jenkins, president; Miss
coletta Langenberg, vice-president;
Mrs. Sidney Domenico,
secretary; Mrs. Robert Foye,
treasurer; and Miss Margaret
Joyce, publicity chairman.
KEYSTONE CLUB BRINGS
TOYS FOR CHRISTMAS
GIFTS TO ALASKAN YOUTH
Keystone club members were
entertained Monday evening at
7:30 o'clock dessert supper at the
home of Mrs. Clifford Smith in
The members brought wrapped
toys which are to be mailed to
Unalaklcet, Alaska, to an orphan
age. Mrs. Wm. C. Woods Is chair
man of the project.
Announcement was made of
the food sale to be held Wednes
day. Dec. 7, at the Umpqua Val
ley hardware store with Mrs. Ver
non Keel In charge.
Hostesses assisting Mrs. Smith
were Mrs. Bruce Elliott, Mrs.
Charles Vasey, Mrs. Albert Joel
son and Mrs. Harvey Reed.
VELMA'S BEAUTY SHOP
O Tints O Manicuring O Hair Styling
O Permanent Waves
. 8.50 and
. 7.50 and
OPERATORS . . .
2nd At Armory
Pictures by Paul Jenkins
picture. John Morgan and Betty
Billenger are In charge of adver
tising and Durwood Boyles and
his committee have charge of the
construction work for the affair.
AT EDWARDS HOME
Dinner guests at the Ernest Ed
wards home Sunday, Nov. 20,
were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Moran
and daughters, Patty and Karen.
In the evening the group was
joined by Mr. and Mrs. Don Wil
klnsen and daughter. The evening
was spent at cards.
DR. H.C. CHURCH IS
GUEST SPEAKER AT
UMPQUA MINERAL CLUB
The Umpqua Mineral club held
a very enjoyable potluck supper
Thursday night at the K. P. hall.
Following the supper and re
gular business meeting, Dr. H.
u cnurcn gave a very interest
ing talk on his recent trip east,
with special mention of meteo
rites which had been discovered
at various locations, there com
position, size, and his exDerlen
ces in acquiring a collection of
The December meetlne will al
so be a potluck supper, with the
turkey to be furnished by the
club, for members and Invited
guestu. The speaker scheduled
for this meetlne Is Leslie Ko-
berts, whose subject will be the
metal tungsten. AH members are
urged to plan to attend as a tri
bute to the out-going officers of
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LADIES CHORUS of the Order Eastern Star will be featured
church, as part of the church's winter program. The choir is
MRS. PAUL JENKINS
GIVES CHARMING BENEFIT
CARD PARTY FRIDAY NIGHT
Bronze and maroon-colored
chrysanthemums formed a beau-
turn motn lor tne oenent oriage-
party given Friday evening by
Mrs. Paul Jenkins at her attrac
tive home in Laurelwood, when
she sponsored the affair for tne
St. joseDn s Attar society.
covers were olaced lor Miss
Helen Casey, Miss Naomi Scott,
Mrs. jonn ioung, Mrs. Aiirea
Anderson. Mrs. Chester Morizan.
Mrs. C. B. Wade, Mrs. Paul Hel
wee. Mrs. Harrie W. Booth. Mrs.
D. B. Bubar, Mrs. Ivan Pick-
em. Mrs. O. M. Berrle. Mrs.
George Wharton, Mrs. Walter
f isner, rars. a. u. comer, Mrs.
G. W. Marshall, Mrs. Maurice
L. Hallmark, Mrs. J. A. Harding,
Mrs. Harry Hildeburn, Mrs. C.
W. Wharton, Mrs. Edgar Lewis,
Mrs. J. R. Wharton, Mrs. K. D.
Lytle, Mrs. Harold E. Schmeer,
Mrs. H. T. Hansen and the host
ess, Mrs. Jenkins.
Hieh score for the bridge play
was won by Mrs. Hansen with
Mrs. Anderson winning second
high score. Later In the evening
Mrs. Jenkins served lovely re
freshments, assisted by Miss Ca
sey, Mrs. Morgan and Mrs.
ZULEIMA NILE CLUB
AT DALLEN JONES HOME
Zulelma Nile club was enter
tained Friday, November 18 at
the home of Mrs. Dallen Jones
assisted by Mrs. Ivena Halverson
as co-hostess. Those attending
brought Thanksgiving -packages
for the Thanksgiving box to be
sent to the Shrine hospital. These
gifts were packed by Mrs. W. C.
Holmes and Mrs. Frank Bodin.
Plans were made for the next
meeting, to be a Christmas party,
at the home of Mrs. Elton Jack
son, Winchester, Dec. 9. Potluck
dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m.
and members are asked to bring
Christmas packages . for the
Those unable to brine their
packages to the meeting may
leave tnem wun Mrs. TanK
Bodin at the Rose hotel. Those
wishing transportation are ask
ed to meet at the hotel at 6:30
p.m. that evening.
Alter tne business meeting tne
hostesses served refreshments to
Mrs. H. R. Reynolds, Mrs. Neal
Kaser, Mrs. Robert Mcf anano,
Mrs. Maynard Stevens, Mrs. R.
Tozler. Mrs. Warren Tozter,
Mrs. W. Roughcore, Mrs. Ray
mond Asbury, Mrs. Frank Bodin,
Mrs. J. N. Moor, Mrs. Wm. T.
Evans. Jr.. Mrs. O. W. Harrah,
Mrs. Lawrence Henninger, Mrs.
Ivena Halverson,' Mrs. Jri. c.
Holmes, Mrs. Elton Jackson, Mrs.
A. Joelson, Mrs. Neal Kaser,
Mrs. Condee, Mrs. Norman Sie
farth. Mrs. Jack Farriss, Mrs. B.
J. Gilbert, and Berenice Mendel.
MARRY IN OCTOBER
AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Alice G. Lane and Harold G.
Rominger, both of Canyonville,
were quietly married Oct. 19 at
the First Christian church in
The ceremony was read by the
Rev. Kenneth Knox, pastor of the
church. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Antis
attended the couple.
The bride wore a silver gray
satin ensemble with blue acces
sories. Mrs. Rominger Is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antis
They are now making their
home at TrI-City.
FOR COUNTRY CLUB
Reservations for the formal
dinner-dance to be held by the
members of the Roseburg Coun
try club and their Invited guests
tonight at eight o'clock at the
clubhouse, have been closed. On
account of having all tables tak
en in advance for the affair, It
was necessary to close the reser
vations. DRESSMAKING AND
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University Of Oregon Mothers Club Meets
Pictured above are officers of the University of Oregon Mothers club, who presided at a no
hostess dessert supper held last Monday at the Umpqua hotel at 7:30 p. m. .
Mrs. A. A. St. Onge, president, If seated on the left with Mrs. Harold Horn, center, secretary
and Mrs. Paul Shanklln, right, vice president. Mrs. Orlena Slattery, treasurer, was unable to
Also enjoying the evening meeting were Mrs. Deming Branson, Mrs. Carl Wlmberly, Mrs. Slg
Fett, Mrs. E. O. Rickll, Mrs. Don Radabaugh, Mrs. H. A. Watzlg, Mrs. Geraldine Sheehy and
Mrs J. A. Natcher. '
DEBORAH CORKRUM HAS .
ON TENTH BIRTHDAY
Deborah Corkrum, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Corkrum,
celebrated her tenth birthday at
a charming line party Thursday
aiternoon, louoweo oy lovely re
freshments at the Corkrum home
In Laurelwood. Mrs. O. R. Hess
assisted Mrs. Corkrum.
Lovely gifts were presented to
Deby, the guest of honor, from:
Evangeline Chapman, Tamara
Tauscher, Judy Bellows, Mary
Root, Connie Ayotte, Sharon Jef
feries, Susan and Bob Hess, Bob
Fies, Charles Cornwell, Greg
Cooper and Jody and KathI Cork
rum. The table was beautifully
decorated with a centerpiece
covered with pink crepe-paper
and filled with gifts for each
guest. Pink streamers from the
centerpiece to each place-setting
mariced tne overs lor the guests.
A beautifully decorted and light
ed birthday cake was cut and
served with the other refresh
Here and There
Thankseivine day was closed
with the annual Thanksgiving
dance at the Roseburg armory
this has been sponsored for twen
ty years by the Roseburg Busi
ness and Professional Women's
club . . . who have been active in
the city for only 25 years . . .
Laura lies and Stella Spencer
were co-chairmen of the annual
affair which was attended this
year by any number of commun
ity residents ... the orchestra,
Bruce Gllley and musicians sat
on the stage which was decorated
with shades of yellow and orange
and greenery . . . Thanksgiving
colors were carried out with tiny
yellow ribbons fastened to the
men's lapels as they were greeted
by club members at the door . . .
many college students In evidence
and enjoying the evening to be
sure ... the Fisher brothers,
and wives . . . Gen Lutey Young
in a portrait neckline taffeta ankle-length
gown . . . Mildred Her
man very gracious In a black net
formal with stolle after a full day
which Included a family reunion
and open house prior to the danc
ing hours . . . Vera Jones In a
black formal skirt and blue for
mal blouse . . . and people alreadv
looking forward to the club's 21st
dance In 1950.
DcLcinbf 3r4. fluiu
a. m. to t p. m.,
t Jack rarlaa'.
ISO N. Jackaon St
Dlltrlrt Ha. II, Orar" SUM
at guest artists Sunday at 7:30 p. m. at the First Methodist
directed by R. Cloyd Riffe.
READ AT OAR HOME BY
CHRISTIAN CHURCH PASTOR
Miss Ha Jones, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Jones of South
Deer Creek and Derward Earl
Oar, son of Mrs. Blanche Oar of
Roseburg, were married at a late
fall wedding Thursday evening,
Nov. 10, at the Oar home.
The Rev. Forrest Hill, pastor
of the Nazarene church, read the
ceremony at 7 o'clock in the pres
ence of relatives of the couple.
Fall flowers formed the back
ground for the ceremony.
The bride, given In marriage bv
her father, wore a street length
blue crepe-backed satin gown and
carried a bouquet of pink carna
tions tied with white satin stream
ers. Her only ornament was a
three-strand pearl necklace, a gift
of her mother.
Miss Marta Patterson of Dlx
onvllle, cousin of the bride, was
maid of honor. She wore an aqua
taffeta dress. Perley Oar of Look
ingglass, was best man for his
brother. The bride's mother wore
a navy blue outfit
A reception followed the cere
mony and the bride's table was
covered with a lace cloth, center
ed with a two-tiered wedding cake
which was topped with a minia
ture bridal couple.
The cake was first cut by the
bride and bridegroom and was
served by Mrs. Bertha Patterson,
aunt of the bride. Ices were serv
ed by Mrs. Susie Oar and Mrs.
Ida Ellis served coffee and punch.
Attending were Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Jones, Hugh Jones, Lee
Jones, Clifford Jones Jr., Conrad
and Norman Jones, Miss Marta
Patterson, Nonda Lee and Nesta
Rose Patterson, Oren Jones, Miss
Blanche Oar and Perley Oar.
Following a wedding trip to
coast points the young couple are
residing near Glide where the
bridegroom is employed In the
logging Industry. The bride Is a
graduate of Glide high school in
the class of 1949.
Everybody loves flowers
and everybody loves to
receive them. Choose
flowe. as the perfect
gif . . . choose them
from us . . . always fresh
ly J fragrantly lovely.
The phon number to re
member Is 158.
S1 Winchester Street
Picture by Paul Jenkins
PINK AND BLUE SHOWER
HONORS MRS. STONE
AT RICHARDS HOME
Mrs. Richard Reynolds was
hostess at a baby shower Thurs
day, Nov. 10 honoring Mrs. Mar
vin Stone at the Reynolds home
at 1025 Military avenue.
Attending were Mrs. L. Web
ber, Mrs. Gordon Gulllams,
Mrs. Jack Noyes, Mrs. Frank
Brunett, Mrs. Ted Rockwell,
Mrs. Jay Galey, Mrs. D. W. Kea
sey, the honored guest and hos
BUFFET DINNER IS
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Krewson
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sim
mons entertained at a charming
party and buffet dinner at the
Krewson home Sunday evening,
at which time they invited the
Elks and their ladies, who made
the trip from Roseburg to Cleve
land, Ohio, in July to attend the
National Elks convention.
The Thanksgiving motif was
beautifully carried out in the de
corations. Guests enjoying the
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Krew
son and Mr. and Mrs. Simmons
were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Ryan,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Henninger,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ellison, Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Nolte, Dr. and
mrs. a. i. uairos, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Harrv
Plnniger, Mr. and Mrs. Hal J.
Ayotte and Mrs. Helen Cordon.
Mrs. Krewson and Mrs. Sim
mons were assisted in serving
by Mrs. Nolte and Mrs. Plnniger.