The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, December 07, 1949, Page 8, Image 8

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Society and GluU
By LOTUS KNICHT PORTER and BETTY ALLEN
NOTICE
Social Items submitted by tele
nhone for tb society page mint
be turned In before 12 o'clock
Monday through Thursday ind
by 10 a. m. Friday at which
time the social calendar and Sat
urday's society page are closed
weekly.
SEWING CLUB GIRLS
ELECT NEW OFFICERS
The 4-H Girls Sewing club was
organized Friday at Elgarose
with the local leader, Mrs. Thel
ma Hanson In charge. Officers
were elected for the coming term
and the club members made
plans to meet the first and third
Fridays of each month.
Louise Gilliam was elected pre
sident; Marelene Bartholomy
vice president; Carmen Cooper,
secretary; Loletta Buell. song
leader; Margie Hanson, yell
leader and Dixie Wooten, report
er. Attending the meeting were
Louise Gilliam, Sally Brown,
Margie Hanson, Dixie Wooten,
Marelene Bartholomy and Lolet
ta Buell.
STOCK CLUB MEETS
SUNDAY, OUTLINES
YEAR'S PROJECTS
Each mmhr of the Lucky
Seven 4-H Stock club told what
their project would be for the
comlne vear when they met Sun
day afternoon at the home of
tneir leaaer, Mr. Hanson, cro
quet followed a business meeting
conducted by Donald Sundberge.
Refreshments were served to
Dick and Sally Brown, Donald
and Donna Sundberg, David Bar
tholomy, Joe and Glenn Sand,
Dick Sjogren, Dixie Wooten,
Glen, Donald and Margie i-fan
son. Mrs. Edna Sjogren. Mrs,
Mary Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Brown and the host and nostes3,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M Hanson.
The next meeting will be Jan
uary 15 at the Elgarose school,
COOKED FOOD 8ALE
TO BE HELD SATURDAY
The ladles of the Winston Com
munity club will hold a cooked
food sale Saturday, Dec. 10, at
Winston from .one to four o'clock
In the afternoon. All members
and friends are being urged to
contribute donations.
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MEETING) FRIDAY
Rlversdale Grange held an In
teresting meeting Friday night
at the hall with forty In attend
ance. Two new applications were
received and referred to the com
mittee on candidates. Ray Dead
mond and Jim Daugherty pre
sented Legislative reports and
W. D. Love presented the agri
cultural committee report. Alice
Kruse announced the Home Eco
nomics club meeting for Friday,
Dec. 8, ai a iweive-tnirty o'
clock potluck luncheon. Inexpen
sive gifts will be exchanged.
Those attending are asked to
bring their own table service.
Plans were made for members
to meet at the hall tonight, Dec.
7, at seven-thirty o'clock to de
corate the hall for Christmas.
The Grange annual Christmas
party will be an event of the
evening of Dec. 23 at the hall
with the students of the Rivers
dale school presenting the pro
gram. Men attending are asked
to bring a gift for a lady and
each lady is to bring i gift for a
man. Those having children are
asked to bring gifts for them.
The quarterly potluck birthday
party will be held at six-thirty
o'clock at the hall the evening of
December 16. The Rlversdale
ladies will serve on the commit
tee. Those attending are asked
to bring their own table service.
BOYS ORGANIZE 4-H
BACHELORS SEWING CLUB
Boys of Elgarose organized the
Bachelor Sewing 4-H ilub at the
school under the leadership of
Mrs. Thelma Hanson. Officers
elected included Glen Hanson,
president; Eddie Fennell, vice
president; Joe Sands, secretary;
Billy Benedict, song leader; Den
nis enneii, yea leader and Dave
Gilliam, reporter.
The boys win meet tne second
and fourth Sunday of each month
at the home of Mrs. Hanson. At
tending were Dickie Sjogren,
Dick Brown, Dennis indEddy
Fennell, Dave Gilliam, Billy Bene
dict and Donald Hanson.
MELR08E UNIT "O
HOLD CHRISTMAS
PARTY ON FRIDAY
Melrose Home Extension unit
will neyet Friday at the home of
Mrs. Clarson Chltwood with a
Chrstlmas gift exchange and a
twelve-thirty o clock potluck
luncheon. Gift wrapping will be
tne topic ror tne protect ot this
meeting. AH members are urged
to De present.
Directing Junior Class Play Marks
Debut Of New RHS Staff Member
FLOORING
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PAGE LUMBER & FUEL
164 E. 2nd Ave. S. Phone 242
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Marie Dl Loreto, above, new
est member of the Roseburg Sen
ior high school facility, makes
her debut as a director this week
and next with the production
"Boarding House Reach," junior
class play.
A graudate of Franklin high
school of Portland, Miss Dl Lo
reto majored in speech and
drama at the University of Ore
gon, receiving her degree last
June. . - i -
Although "Boarding House
Reach" Is the first full-length
play she' has fllrec'ted, Miss Di
Loreto appeared in many Uni
versity theater productions, play
ing lead parts in "Show-Off" and
"The Man Who Came to Din
ner." '
The junior class will be given
its first test Friday before pa
tients of the Veterans hospital.
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A special matinee, . for grade
school children only, will be giv
en Dec. 12 at 4 p.m. The play
is scheduled for the public Tues
day, Doc. 13, at 8 p. m. in the
senior high school auditorium.
Lead role in the play will fea
ture Chuck Plummer, portraying
Wilbur Maxwell, Instigator of the
boarding house Idea during his
parents' absence. His friend,
Hercules, will be played by Ver
non Thompson. Gene Henry and
Doree Ellis are cast as Wilbur'
parents.
In commenting on the play
cast, Miss Di Loreto said I'm
working with a swell group of
kids who are very cooperative
and good natured about keeping
the late hours necessary for re
hearsals." Tickets for the Tuesday night
performance may be purchased
from any junior class member.
INSTALLATION OF
GRANGE OFFICERS IS
HELD SATURDAY NIGHT
Nine Granges installed new of
ficers at an impressive ceremony
in charge of William Howse,
Medford, state deputy, Saturday
night at Rlversdale Grange hall
with 150 in attendance. The de
gree staff Included Amy Kruse,
marshal; Ollie Krueger and Vi
ola Spencer, regalia bearers; Ra
mona Hampton, flag bearer, and
Mrs. William Howse, custodian.
There were eight from Days
Creek; twelve from Camas Val
ley; thirteen from Lookingglass;
twenty from Melrose; fourteen
from Evergreen; nineteen from
Sulherlin; five from Glide and fit
teen from Kellogg and the re
mainder were from Rlversdale.
Dessie Tipton had charge of
presenting four very beautiful
tableaus, which were greatly en
joyed. Sandwiches, cookies and
coffee were served later in the
evening.
PLASTIC PARTY TO
BE HELD AT OAGE
HOME FRIDAY EVENING
All members of the Eagles aux
iliary and their friends are in
vited to attend a plastic party at
eight o'clock Friday evening,
Dec. 9, at the home of Mrs. Myr
tle Dage, 1326 Umpqua avenue.
FAMILY NIGHT TO
BE OBSERVED AT
DILLARO CHURCH '
Family night will be observed
at a six o'clock potluck supper
at the Dillard church Friday eve
ning. Mite boxes will be opened
following the social hour.
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EAST DOUGLAS EXTENSION
UNIT MEETING SEES
"GIFT WRAPPING" PROJECT
Mrs. Verne Shrum and Mrs.
Donald Wright gave a demon
stration on "gift wrapping" at
the East Douglas Extension unit
meeting at the South Deer Creek
Grange hall Wednesday at an all
dav meeting.
Potluck luncheon was enjoyed
at noon and announcement made
that the next meeting will be
held1 January 11 at the Glide
Grange nail on tne protect,
"iajiiu shades." Mrs. Kutri Case-
beer, chairman, presided over
tne Business meeting.
Attending were Mrs. Nellie
Branton, Mrs. Floyd Hickman,
Mrs. Donald Wright, Mrs. Verne
Shrum, Mrs.' Charlotte Bailey,
Mrs. E. M. Mathis, Mrs. Kath
leen , Weber, Mrs. Ruby Wads,
worth, Mrs. Ada Melton, Mrs.
Joe Brumbach, Mrs. Cora Colli
son, Mrs. Ruth Casebeer, Mrs.
Taylor McCord, Mrs. W. A. Kar
cher, Mrs. Harlan Melton, Mrs.
ham Ball, Mrs. Jim Marier, Mrs,
Earl Ramsey, Mrs. J. B. Rich
ards, Mrs. C. G, Campbell and
Mrs. W. H. Rose.
ZULEIMA TEMPLE TO
HOLD CHRISTMA8
PARTY FRIDAY EVENING
Zuleima Nile club, Daughters
oi tne wile, win noid its annual
potluck dinner and Christmas
party at six-thirty o'clock Fri
day evening at the home of Mrs.
Elton Jackson at Winchester.
Members are asked to bring
packages for the Shrine hospital.
Those desiring transportation ire
requested to meet at six-fifteen
o'clock at the Rose hotel. Mrs.
William Roughcore will be as
sisting hostess with Mrs. Jack
son. The toys for the Shrine hos-
&ital are to be marked for a
Dy or girl and for what age.
An exchange of Christmas gifts,
not to exceed one dollar, will be
enjoyed.
RIVERSDALE H. E. C. '
TO MEET AT POTLUCK
LUNCHEON ON FRIDAY
Riversdale Home Economics
club will meet at a twelve-thirty
o'clock potluck luncheon Friday
at the home of Mrs. Eldon Ogle.
Members are asked to bring a
fifty-cent gift for exchange.
Those attending are also asked
to bring their own table service.
WOMEN'S MI88IONARY
SOCIETY PLANS
MEETING FOR FRIDAY
The Women's Missionary so
ciety of the First Christian
church will meet Friday at the
church parlors to make plans lor
.Women's Day and the Crusade.
All members are requested to be
present.
DEER CREEK COMMUNITY
CLUB TO MEET FRIDAY
The Deer Creek .Community
club will meet Friday eveninp,
Dec. 10, at eight o'clock at the
Dixonville hall for the regular
business session and program.
Those attending are asked to
bring pie and tneir own tame
service.
PYTHIAN SISTERS TO
ELECT OFFICERS ON
THURSDAY EVENING
Pythian Sisters will meet at
eight - o'clock Thursday evening
at the K. of P. hall for election
of officers. All members are re
quested to be present.
FRIENDLY HOUR CLUB ,
CHRISTMAS PARTY TO
BE EVENT OF TONIGHT
The Friendly Hour club annual
Christmas party for members.
invited ffuest
will be an event of tonight, Dec.
-7 at t t-t a Knvnn nnmif.
The club met last Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Cecelia Ken
yon. The day was spent in sew-,
Ing and textile painting with a J
potluck luncheon served at noon :
to Mrs. Ethel Johnson and Mrs.
Kir.e BCirand. guests, a n d I
Mrs. Ellen Hoffman.Mrs. Nor
ma Fenn. Mrs. Minnie Jacobson,
Mrs. Belva Buckwalter, Mrs.
Hazel Williams, Mrs. Vera
Thompson, Mrs. Mildren" Bone
brake, Mrs. Alma Greer, Mrs.
Hazel Bly, Mrs. Grace Fenn and
the hostess, Mrs. Kenyon.
BENEFIT CARNIVAL
TO BE HELD SATURDAY
NIGHT AT WINCHESTER
The Winchester Community
club will hold a benefit carnival
at the clubhouse Saturday-night, i
Dec. 10, at eight o'clock. The
public is cordially invited to at
tend. Proceeds will go to pjr
chase Christmas treats for the
children of the Winchester community.
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