The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, December 17, 1949, Page 7, Image 7

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    New Officers Installed At Oakland
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Mis Carol Ellison, center above, will serve ai honored queen for Daughters of Job bethel at
Oakland. Installation was held Wednesday evening, Dec, 7 at the Masonic temple at Oakland.
Other elective officers Include, left to right, Miss Patsy Marden, guide; Miss Dixie Willis, senior
princess; Miss Ellison; Miss Evelyn Cornish, junior princess and Miss Janice Parks, Marshall.
Two Receptions Honor Newlyweds
At G. C. Blake Home Near Roseburg
Honored at the G. C. Blake
home, 2540 N. Stephens street,
last week were Mr. and Mrs.
Donald E. Allen, who were wed
In Seattle, Nov. 28. Mrs. Allen
is the former Genevieve Blake,
eldest daughter of the host and
The Blake home was decorated
with fall greenery and clusters
of silvered wedding bells. One
of the affairs, held Thursday
evening, Dec. 8, was from 8 until
10, a reception for the Umpqua
National forest service person
nel. Mr. Allen is district ranger,
with headquarters at Big Camas.
The mantle was arranged with
a forest scene depicting the Big
Camas Ranger station where the
couple will make their home dur
ing the summer months.
The service table was covered
with a lace cloth and centered
with an arrangement of yellow
chrysanthemums flanked with
white' tapers. Mrs. Walter Hoi
brook and Mrs. Ralph Karchjr
E resided at the service table. Mrs.
ou Gabel and Mrs. Ira Poole
served and the guest book was
in charge of Mrs. Wright Mai
lory. Mrs. Roy J. Smith of
Seattle, sister of the bride pre
sided af the punch bowl. Mrs.
Johnny Trotter and Mrs. V. V.
Harpham assisted about the
rooms, and incidents', music was
provided by Mrs. C. K. Rand.
Guests attending Included Mr.
and Mrs. Wright Mallery, Mr.
and Mrs. Sherwood Trotter, Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Poole. Mr. and Mis.
LeRoy Bond, of Tiller; Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Karcher, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Gabel and sons, Allen
and Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
The annual Christmas party of
the Tenmile Ladies club met with
the president, Mrs. Minnie Lock
wood, Dec. 15 assisted by Mrs.
Eva Lakey and Mrs. Phyllis Mc
Kay. The Lockwood home was
decorated In keeping with the hol
iday season with an interesting
display on the piano.
Mrs. Jean Miller, daughter of
Mrs. Tressie Mills was a guest
from Alameda, Calif. Club mem
bers welcomed Mrs. Effie Stock
ing back to the club after a long
Following dinner carols were
sung and exchange of gifts com
pleted the afternoon's entertain
ment. In attendance were Mrs. Jeree
Barnes, Rev. and Mrs. Walter
Appleyard, Mrs. Julia Breiten
bucher, Mrs. Mercy Buell, Mrs.
Mvrtie Burtch, Mrs. Belle Clark,
Mrs. Blanche Degner, Mrs. Bette
Dickover, Mrs. Amy Erbe, Mrs.
Vera Erbe, Mrs. Gerda Johnson,
Zonta Club Enjoys
Zonta club members were en
tertained at the Story lies home
Wednesday evening with Laura
lies and Gladys Foley as host
esses. The hostesses arranged the
service table with a holiday cen
terpiece using angel hair, large
Holbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Vasey, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Rand,
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Harpham,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray B. Hampton,
David H. Judkins, Bob Matthews,
Floyd Hayes, Herbert Smith, Mrs
Emma Wagner, of Roseburg, Le
Roy L. Lowell of Myrtle Creek;
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ragland,
Glide; and Mrs. Roy Smith,
Another group of friends were
invited to the Blake home Friday,
Dec. 9 to greet Mr. and Mrs.
Allen. During the evening a mock
wedding was enjoyed by the
Presiding at the service table
were Mrs. Perry Wright of Glide
and Mrs. L. G. Merchant. M.s.
Joe Utne and Mrs. Thelma King
served cake; Mrs. Allen Blako
and Mrs. Roy J. Smith were in
charge of the punch bowl. Mrs.
James Medford passed the gueit
book. Assisting about the rooms
were Joyce and Janet Harpham.
Taking part in the wedding
were Allan Blake, Thelma King,
William Garvik, Van Woodwaid,
Evans Blake and Mary Garvik.
Invited to the reception were
the Messers and Mesdames Roy
Hatfield,-V..V. Harpham, Oliver
Johnson, F. I. Betts, Don Wright,
Holden McTaggart, James Med
ford, Henry Bailey George Nel
son, Perry Wright, Lee Merchant,
W. G. Garvik, Allan Blake, Jue
Utne, Tonya Wright, Thelma
King, Vera Moore, Rosa Hearn,
Emma Wagner, Daisy Watkins,
Mrs. Roy Smith of Seattle; Mr.
and Mrs. Van Woodward of
Sutherlin; Mrs. Otis Woodward.
Wilbur and Evans Blake of Port
land. Mrs. Betty Lockwood, Mrs. Kate
Mack, Mrs. Lois McDanlel, Mrs.
Gladys Rathkey, Mis. Josie
Smith, Grandma Rathkey, Mrs.
Mickey Bourassa, Mrs. Aiice Ty
ler, Mrs. Effie Stocking. Mrs.
Isma Vance. Mrs. Kate Wilson,
Mrs. Julia Enlow, Mrs. Leona
Busby. Mrs. Tressie Mills, Mrs.
Ollie Mills, Mrs. Minnie Melius,
Mrs. Hazel Ison, Mrs. Bertha C.
Centers and the hostesses.
The next regular meeting of the
club is scheduled for Wednesday,
Dec. 28 at the church at Ten
A stork shower was given in
honor of Mrs. Fred White at the
home of Mrs. Robert Stillwell,
Dec. 7. Friends and neighbors
surprised her with gifts. A small
tree with Santa and his reindeer
formed the decorative theme on
the table. Individual places were
set with miniature sleds filled
with candy. Refreshments were
served by Myreen Stillwell assist
ed by Louise Ketcherside.
Social Evening
red candles and silver balls. In
dividual places were set with tiny
Christmas bells.
Gifts were exchanged by the
group. Seated at the table above,
left to right are the hostess.
Photo by Park Chltwood
The Friendship club of Pythian
Sisters held Its annual Christmas
party Wednesday evening at the
home of Mrs. George Jacksnn
with Mrs. Elizabeth Gardner, co
hostess. Visiting was enjoyed and
g'fts were exchanged.
Delicious refreshments were
served by Mrs. Jackson and Mra
Gardiner to: Mrs. Meals of Med
ford, Mrs. Herbert Heinz, Alta
Arthur, Ethel Bouse, Beverly
Nickell and Billie Jo Moore,
guests, and the following mem
bers: Ingrid Anderson, Ora
Worthington, Inga High, Jennie
Jorey, Minnie South, Hattie
Guerin, Grace Helvey, Ida Fir
man, Faye Jensen, Gertrude Hess,
Golda Nickell Marion Bolsinger,
Lela Kuykendall, Ethel Heca
thorn, Gladys Frenette, Velma
Permin, Doris Lauer and Ethel
The quilt made by the mem
bers was displayed and will be
sent as a Christmas gift to the
Pythian home. Plans were mode
for making up Christmas baskets
to distribute during the holidays.
Tuesday'evening Badoura club,
Nydia Temple, Daughters of
Nile, held a Christmas party at
the Roseburg Country club with
husbands of members as guests.
Dinner was served at 6:30 p.m.
followed by group singing and ex
change of Christmas gifts.
The clubYoom and tables were
decorated wjth a holiday motif.
In one end of the room was an
arrangement of silvered noble fir
over which hung a silver star.
Bruce Elliott led group singing
with Mrs. Sam Warg at the or
gan. Roy Bellows acted as Santa
and distributed gifts.
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Earl M. Bleile, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Bellows, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Bellows, Dr. and Mrs. M.
C. Cassell, Mrs. M. B. Green,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gile, Dr.
and Mrs. Roy E. Hanford, Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Elliott, Mrs. Es
sie Koontz, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle
Mlcelll. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Pow
ers, Mr. and Mrs. George K.
Quine, Mr. -and Mrs. Ed Row,
Mr. and Mrs. T. bulllvan. Mrs.
Bert Wells, Mrs. T. B. Virden,
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Thornton.Mr.
and Mrs. D. L. Taylor, Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs.
George Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Young. Mrs. John Throne, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Young, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam A. Warg.
Mrs. Albert Micelil was gen
eral chairman assisted bv Mrs.
M. B. Green and Mrs. W. H. Car
ter. The next club meeting will
be held at the home of Mrs.
M. C. Cassell, 104 South Kane
Picture by Paul Jenklna
Laura lies, Martha Wlshart, Gla
dys Foley, hostess, Dorothy Tee
ter, Paula Gorton, Rita Barcus,
Maude Kidder, Leola Gorton, Vir
ginia Ashcraft, Emily Judd and
Cleo Moats.
Women of the Roseburg Coun
try club enjoyed their annual
Christmas party Thursday morn
ing at the clubhouse. Special
thanks went to Mrs. Horace C.
Berg for the very beautiful deco
rations and to Ott-Ricketts Music
store for the use of the electric
organ, which was used for ac
companying the Christmas car
ols. Mrs. Paul Geddes was or
ganist. A gift exchange was en
joyed. Luncheon was served at noon
to Mrs. W. C. Calllson, president,
Mrs. Kenneth Bailey, Mrs. Wal
ter Brvdges, Mrs. Sidney Lelken,
Mrs. Stanley Short, Mrs. John
Killip. Mrs. Joe V. Perrault, Mrs.
Maurice L. Hallmark, Mrs. G.
W. Marshall, Mrs. H. C. Stearns,
Mrs. R. D. Bridges, Mrs. Vernon
Keel, Mrs. W. F. Amiot, Mrs.
Edward Murphy, Mrs. Earl Neu
ru, Mrs. Hal J, Ayotte, Mrs. K.
R. Titcomb, Mrs. L. E. Hennlng
er, Mrs. Emily E. Judd, Mrs.
James E. Judd, Mrs. H. T. Car
stens, Mrs. Herman Matisoff.
Mrs. Frederick Chapman Jr.,
Mrs. L. K. Fies, Mrs. Vernon
Brlggs, Mrs. W. G. Schoeleber,
Mrs. Kenneth Quine, Mrs. A. R.
Collier, Mrs. L. G. Twohv, Mrs.
M. C. Cassel, Mrs. Walter S.
Fisher, Mrs. W. F. Chapman,
Mrs. J. A. Harding, Mrs. H. O.
Pargeter, Mrs. Velle Broadway,
Mrs. L. W. Josse, Mrs. J. B.
Josse, Mrs. O. R. Hess, Mrs. Bert
Corkrum, Mrs. Roy Sedell, Mrs.
Harold E. Schmeer, Mrs. E. R.
Harvey, Mrs. K. D. Adams, Mrs.
J. F. Dillard, Mrs. Paul Geddes.
Miss Helen Casey, Miss Naomi
Scott, Mrs. Eugene Krewson,
Mrs. Roy F. Smith, Mrs. Paul B.
Hult, Mrs. H. F. LeBeau, Mrs.
E. A. Pearson, Mrs. Ernest L.
Dawe, Mrs. Deming Bronson,
Mrs. Richard Herschleb, Mrs.
Roy Sheppard, Mrs. Roger Gee,
Mrs. A. F. Micelli, Mrs. Mitchell
Moore, Mrs. James Hughes, Mrs.
A. G. Henninger, Mrs. Paul K.
Ryan, Mrs, Clyde Fullerton. Mrs.
Paul Barcus and Mrs. William
C. Llndsell, The women of the
club will not meet until Decem
ber 29.
Contract bridge was in play
during the afternoon with high
scores going to Mrs. Fisher, Mrs.
Calllson, Mrs., Perrault and Mrs.
Walter Brydges. The traveling
prize was won by Mrs. Schmeer.
Mrs. Bernard Saar presented
piano pupils in two very charm
ing recitals at her attractive
home Wednesday and Thursday
evening. She was assisted by her
mother, Mrs. Alvia Weth'erell,
and Pat Dunwoody. Following
the program, lovely refreshments
were served to relatives and
friends attending.
Piano students presented Wed
nesday evening Included: Bar
bara Wilbur, Denny Ellison, Jan
ice Tozer, Ethel Wallen, Kent,
Faye and Bart Copeland, Loya
and Joyce Hicks, Roy Spencer,
Barney Wimer, Janice Romine,
Norma Nelson, Janice and Shir
ley Saar, Ingrid Llndberg, Janet
Phillips, Barbara Rodley and
Kathryn Jennie.
On Thursday evening those
participating in the recital were:
Judy Hosford, Fred and Janet
Hargis, Geraldine Middlespadt,
Margaret Davie, Jane and Helen
Strang, Billy Gum, Ginger Dar
by, Patty Gimberllng, Judith Ann
Wilhite, Lois Ann Lehne, Beverly
and Barbara Byrd, Carol Kim
ball, Kay Emery, Carol and Al
len Llndbloom, Rozelle Brown
and Barbara Foy.
The Methodist Youth Fellow
ship held the weekly meeting at
the Dillard church Sunday. Beu
lah Johnson was In charge. There
was a special song by Roberta
Butler. Also there were many
Christmas songs sung.
Included In the meeting was
the monthly business meeting.
A hay ride was planned for
next Sunday night, December 18.
During the ride they will sing
carols. After the riding and carol
ing the group will go to Stella
Finnell's home for refreshments.
ideiialitd . .
Here and There
One of Douglas county's best
known families, the V. T. Jack-
sons, celebrated their 40th wed
ding anniversary Sunday at the
home of their son and daughter-in-law,
Elton and Ruth Jackson
. . . over 300 called during the
afternoon to greet the couple . . .
heather holly and red carnations
combined on the mantel to carry
out the ruby theme and wed
ding ring . . . quite efficient were
two of the younger generation,
Carolyn Sue Jackson, grand
daughter of the Jacksons and
Donna Henry, niece of the Elton
Jacksons In identical taffeta
floor-length gowns of pink and
blue ... the former provided
music and Donna assisted with
guest book ... the pleasant ring
of the telephone brought the
family together via long distance,
when Dorothy Jackson Hilgen
berg and family called from
Omaha, Neb., where her husband,
James, is a major with the air
force . . . they returned last sum
mer from Adak In the Aleutian
Islands . . . Mrs. V. T. compli
mented her attractive turquoise
blue afternoon gown, which was
beaded on the bodice, with match
ine earrines . . . and how V. T.'s
eyes sparkled when he greeted
everyone during the reception
hours . . . among the iruests were
the H. H. Turners' who just a
month aeo observed their Jsth
anniversary ... a special visitor
was Lela Ramsey, president of
the Rebekah Assemniv Jor ure
gon who paid her compliments to
V. T.. a Dast president of the
slate Rebekah assembly . . . hos
tess Ruth n an attractive blacK
crepe afternoon gown wllh se
quins . . . background music was
provided by Beth Warg, Helen
Saar and Lois Stewart . . . and
that's all for today.
Kiwanis Annual Christmas Party Is
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Maurice J,
Seated at organ Mrs. Paul
Th Pamsi Vallpv Garden club
held Its annual Christmas partv
at the home of Mrs. William
After the regular business
meeting gifts were exchanged
around a beautifully decorated
iwr Pan-fo Pnnp ass sled her
mother, Mrs. Reiser in serving
refreshments to Mrs. Harry
Boyle, Mrs. Mable Sallee. Mrs.
Marion Banks, Mrs. Eli Thrush,
Mrs. Chelsea Rockwood, Mrs.
Dave Thrush, Mrs. H. L. Smith,
Mrs. Emery Thrush, Mrs. Frank
Brown, Mrs. Jeppeson, Mrs. Tha
lia Longman, Mrs. Lucille
Counts, Mrs. Dorothy Meeks, Lin
da Meeks, Mrs. Mary Jane Kin
nan. Mrs. Norman Coon, Mary
Helen Pope and Welcome Combs.
There will be no meeting in
January. The next regular meet
ing will be the first Tuesday in
February at the home of Mrs.
H. L. Smith.
Mrs. Lola Rose entertained the
New Idea Club at a lovely twelve
o'clock dessert-luncheon at h c r
home two miles east of Sutherlin.
A beautiful center-piece of mums
graced the table.
Covers were placed for: Mrs.
Minnie Abeene, Miss Ethel Man
ning, Mrs. Maggie Francis. Mrs.
Marory Denley, Mrs. Meryl
Watil, Mrs. Bonnie Bennett, Mrs.
Hallie Martin; Mrs. Jo Carr and
one guest, Mrs. Amie Eggleston.
The pleasant afternoon was
spent In making doll clothes.
Next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. Wahl on Decem
ber 21st and will he a Christmas
party. At this time members will
reveal their Secret Pal.
The Eagles auxiliary annual
Christmas party will be held
Wednesday evening at the Eagles
hall. Members are asked to bring
a 50 cent gift to exchange. Re
freshments will be served. Mem
bers of 1919 will be guests of
Mu chapter. Beta Sigma Phi
will hold its Christmas meeting
Wednesday evening at the homo
of Mrs. O. M. Kent in Laurel
wood. Gifts will be exchanged.
All members are urged to be
present. .
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Newland, Mrs. Earl Plummer, Earl
Geddes; Mrs. Gordon Stewart,
John Fett, Mr. Bleile, Mr.
Left to right: J. E. Slattery,
The Roseburg Country club
was turned into a holiday scene
Monday evening for the annual
Kiwanis Christmas party when
members ot the club honored
their wives and guests with din
ner and a Christmas tree.
Noble fir, silvered bought and
bells and Christmas lights were
arranged about the cluhroom.
Pine cones, hand painted and on
small standards, were set at each
The "Family night" p""ck
dinner, sponsored bv the ladies
of the I)illard Woman's Society
of Christian Service, was a huge
success, Friday night, December
9 at the school house cafeteria.
The dinner was competently
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Plummer and Rev. and Mrs.
Mrs. Horace C. Berg, Mrs. Irvin
Berg and Mr. Fett
Earl Plummer, Maurice J. Newlind
place" t the dining tablet for
souvenirs. At one end of the
room was an Improvised stage
laid with a white carpet wheie
Mrs. Paul Geddes played Christ
mas carols at an organ.
"Th Littlest Angel" wat given
by Paul Geddes and Earl Plum
mer, club president, acknowledg
ed club members for their activi
ties and cooperation during the
past year. Chrislmas carols
wore sung by the group led by
served by Mrs. Evelyn Nioker
son. Mrs. Bess Golgert and Mrs.
Lulu Post to a capacity crowd.
Some out-of-town guests who hon
ored the gathering were: Dr.
Raynor Smith, District Superin
tendent of the Methodist church,
from Eugene; and accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. Saltman, Metho
dist Extentlon workers enroute to
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y -urn ,
Plctura by Paul Jenklna
Alfred Tyson
Picture by Paul Jcnklne
Brunn, Mrs. Earl M. Bleile, Mrs.
Picture by Paul Jenkitut
and Irvin Brunn at Santa Claut
Mr. Geddes with Mrs. Gedde
providing background music.
The Happy Valley Cowbovt
provided dance music following
exchange of Christmas gifts.
Irvin Brunn, garbed as Santa,
was assisted by club members In
distribution of presents.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Berg
were chairmen of the Christmas
party assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Catching and Mr. and Mn.
Walter Fisher. . '
Myrtle Creek on a fund raising
The highlight of the evening
was the showing of the Inspira
tional picture, The King of Kings,
which elated the entire group.
The "Mite boxes" were turned
In to the treasurer, Mrs. Virginia