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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE STATE QT OREGO.V
FOR DOUGLAS COUNTY
OnLO BAGLFY and NORMAN RICH
ARDS, co partners, d b a. DAUGHERTY
PILING CO., Plaintiffs, vs. FRANK
To FRANK BATEMAN. Defendant.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON; You are hereby summoned
and required to appear and answer
the Complaint of the Plaintiffs filed
against you in the above entitled ac
tion, on or before four weeks from
the data of lirst publication of this
Summons; and if you fall to so appear
and answer, for want thereof, the
Plaintiffs will take judgment against
you in the sum of M,;W8.34, together
with Interest thereon at the rate of o
per annum from June 30, 1949, until
Eald, and for Plaintiff's costs and di
This Summons ts-publlihed once each
week for four consecutive weeks In
the Roseburg Newt Review, a news
paper published in Roseburg, Douglas
County, Oregon, by order of Hon. C. E.
Wimbertey. Judge of said Court, dated
the 22nd day of Oct 1949. and U first
published December 7, 1949.
RICHARD L. THWINO
Attorney for Plaintiffs
Residence and Post Office
Address: Cottage Grove. Ore.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOB BONDS OF
NORTH ROSLBURG SANITARY
DISTRICT OF DOUGLAS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned will, up to 8:00 o'clock
P. M., Pacific Standard Time, on the
10th day of January. 1950. receive
addressed to her at Post Office Box
176, Roseburg. Douglas County, Oregon,
sealed bids for the purchase of ne
gotiable serial coupon bonds of North
Roseburg Sanitary District of Douglas
County. Oregon, In the sum of Two
Hundred Twenty-five Thousand Dollars
S225.000.00i. Said bonds will be in
denominations of One Thousand Dollars
(SI. 000.001 ech. all dated January 15.
Bonds numbered 1 to 8 inclusive
shall mature January 15. 1951.
Bonds numbered 9 to 18 inclusive
shall mature January 15, 1932.
Bonds numbered 17 to 25 Inclusive
shall mature January 15, 195:1.
Bonds numbered 26 to 34 inclusive
shall mature January 15, 1954.
Bonas numbered 35 to 43 inclusive
shall mature January 15, 1955.
Bonds numbered 44 to 53 inclusive
shall mature January 15, 1956.
Bonds numbered 54 to 63 Inclusive
shall mature January 15, 1957.
Bonds numbered 64 to 73 inclusive
shall mature January 15, 1956.
Bonds numbered 74 to 64 inclusive
shall mature January 15. 1959.
Bonds numbered 85 to 96 inclusive
shall mature January 13, 1960.
Bonds numbered 97 to 108 inclusive
shall mature January 15, 1961.
Bonds numbered 109 to 121 Inclusive
shall mature January 15, 1962.
Bonds numbered 1'22 to 134 inclusive
shall mature January 15, 1963.
Bonds numbered 135 to 148 inclusive
shall mature January 15. 1964.
Bonds numbered 149 to 162 inclusive
shall mature January 15. 1965.
Bonds numbered 163 to 177 inclusive
shall mature January 15, 1966.
Bonds numhered 178 to 192 Inclusive
shall mature January 15, 1967.
Bonds numbered 193 to 208 inclusive
shall mature January 15, 1968.
Bonds numbered 209 to 225 inclusive
shall mature January 15, 1969.
Said bonds will draw interest at the
rate specified by the successful bidder,
payable semi-annually on January 15th
and July 15th, and the principal and
interest shall be payable at the office
of the County Treasurer for Douglas
County, Oregon. All bids must be ac
companied by a certified check payable
to North Roseburg Sanitary District
of Douglas County. Oregon, in n
amount equal to five per cent (Sr'ri
of the bid, to be forfeited to North
Roseburg Sanitary District of Douglas
County, Oregon, in case the successful
bidder shall fail to complete the pur
chase of said bonds in accordance with
the terms of his bid.
Said bids shall be opened at a public
meeting of the Board of Directors of
the North Roseburg Sanitary District
of Douglas County, Oregon, to be held
at the office of the Landis Iron Works,
North Stephens Street, in said district,
Douglas County, Oregon, on the 10th
day of January, 1950, at 8:00 o'clock
P. M.. Pacific Standard Time, or at
any legal adjournment of said meet
ing, and the bonds shall be sold by the
Board of Directors to the "highest bid
der for not less than par and accrued
The Board reserves the right to re.
ject any and all bids and re-advertise
the sale of said bonds.
By order of the Board of Directors
of North Roseburg Sanitary District
of Douglas County, Oregon.
EDYTH A. LANDIS
Secretary of North Roseburg
Douglas County, Oregon.
Boy Looks For Christmas
Tree, Finds Stolen Safe
A small boy looking for a
Christmas tree in the woods
south of Elkton Saturday eve
ning discovered something
much more valuable to the
owners at least State Police
Sgt. Holly Holcomb reports.
The boy. whose name was
not learned, came across an
abandoned safe and promtly
reported his find to State Po
lice officers. Investigating offi
cers recovered the safe plus
$400 In checks, reported stolen
from the Oregon Food center,
Coos Bay, Dec. 14, Sgt. Hol
comb said. The checks were re
turned to their rightful owner.
RAILWAY TO QUIT
BALTIMORE W One of
the nation's oldest electric -ail-ways
is gently giving up the
ghost. For 69 years, the Balti
more and Annapolis railroad has
shuttled between the two cities,
about 25 miles apart.
But the roadbed deteriorated,
the rolling stock gradually be
came a laughing stock, with the
newest passenger car a trifling
36 years old. Finally the Mary
land Public Service commission,
which has wrestled long and anx
iously with B. and A. problems
(mostly financial) authorized it
to abandon rail passenger serv
ice and switch to busses on New
DOG'S DIET TOUGH
PORTLAND P Mike, a 7-month-old
English bulldog owned
by Frank S. Hecox, went to the
veterinarian because he had been
acting sluggish. The vet found
inside Mike: bits of wood, a
piece of copper wire. 108 pieces
of chewed up chicken wire.
241 N. Jackson
ELKS SHOW SUCCESS The second annual Elks lodge home
falent charity minstrel show proved successful this year both
for the spectators' and for the Elks' enriched charity fund,
according to Ceneral Chairman Harry Pinniger. An estimated
3,000 persons witnessed the show during its three-day presenta
tion. Pinniger said the profits realized will permit the Elks to
HOME ON THE RANGE Mrs. Ralph E. Smafield' of Detroit is
definitely at home on the range, having won $50,000 in a national
recipe contest held by Pillsbury Mills in New York. Samples of Mrs.
Smafleld's prize-winning "Water -Rising Nut Twist" are on range.
I - - !
NEW ASSIGNMENT Copt- John O. Crommelln, outspoken Navy
critic of the Pentagon "general staff," unpacks his bags after report
ing for duty at Treasure Island Naval Base, San Francisco. Cape.
Crommelln, who waa suspended for making public confidential Navy
letters and later restored to duty, will be aviation officer of the West
ern Bern Frontier. The assignment has been widely Interpreted in
Washington as a "banishment."
Blonde Named Queen Of
Tournament Of Roses
PASADENA, Calif., Dec. 21.
(JP) A blue-eyed blonde, 19-year-old
Marion Brown, was named
queen yesterday of the 1950
Tournament of Roses parade.
She was picked from among
seven finalists, who In turn were
chosen from some 2,000 women
Noticei We have been appointed HEADQUARTERS for
The Country Store of Beverly Hills
HOME MADE CALIFORNIA CANDIES
Country Store candies are prepared from old-faihioned
recipe that coll for oodles of dairy butler, cream,
eggs, chocolate, honey, ond nuts. Seven mouth-wotering
varieties. All made fresh to our order then rushed to
us same day made. Try some today.
' ROSEBURG PHARMACY
students at the city's two junior
colleges, Muir and Pasadena City.
A Temple City girl, daughter of
Mrs. Ada Brown, a widow, Marion
is a 13lh grade student at Pasa
dena City college. She Is a na
tive or Los Angeles, s leet, 6
inches tall and weighs 125.
She's the second of her family
to wind up with an honor spot in
the parade. Her sister, Lorraine,
was a princess previously.
continue their charity program as In the past. Roseburg Elks
joined in thanking local citiiens for supporting this first request
to help provide funds for the charity fund. Above picture shows
entire cast gathered on the junior high school stage for finale.
(Picture by Photo Lab)
Residing On Plne Street Mrs.
George R. Gregg is now at home
to her friends at 108 South Pine
street in Roseburg.
Club to Hold Party The Patch
and Chat club will hold a Christ
mas party Thursday evening at
the home of Mrs. Darley Ware,
Pollyanna gifts will be exchang
ed. H.E.C. To Meet Evergreen
Home Economics club will meet
at a noon pot luck luncheon Thurs
day at the Grange hall with Car
olyn Dame and Ruby Belle and
Minnie Kobernlk as hostesses.
Goes To Eugene S. J. Shoe
maker of Roseburg drove to
Eugene Tuesday to bring his son,
Sam Jr., home for the holidays.
Sam is a student at the Univer
sity of Oregon school of law.
No-Hostess Party The Lady
Elks will hold a no-hostess party
at 8 o'clock Thursday night at the
temple. Members are asked to
bring a $1 gift to exchange. Con
tract bridge and pinochle will be
In play during the evening.
Daughter Is Born A daugh
ter, Naoma Katherine, was born
Dec. 14, lo Mr. and Mrs. John
Canavan of Elklon at Booher
Maternity Home near Drain. The
baby weighed seven pounds six
and one-half ounces.
Leaves For California Perry
Waterman has left for his home
In Complon, Calif., following an
extended visit In Roseburg with
his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. John
Campbell and son, and .Mrs.
George R. Gregg.
Meeting Postponed The Wom
en of the Roseburg Country 'ub
will not meet Thursday of this
week on account of the holidays.
The next meeting will be Dec.
29, at a 12 o'clock luncheon at
the clubhouse, followed by the
contract bridge play at 1 o'clock.
Home For Holidays Gordon
Gerretsen, who Is attending bus
iness college in Portland, and Don
Gerretsen, student at Oregon
State college, have arrived In
Roseburg to spend the holidays
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Will H. Gerretsen.
Daughter Born A daughter,
Christine Elaine, weighing eight
pounds three ounces, was born
Dec. 16, at Booher Maternity
home near Drain to Mr. and Mis.
Barney Asker of Drain. Mrs.
Asker is the youngest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Booher of
MORSE COMING BACK
EUGENE (P) Senator Wayne
L. Morse, before leaving here for
the nation's capital, indicated
that he expects to return here
Jan. 24 for speaking engage
ments, among which will be a
Eugene Rotary club speech on
HA VF A HEDEL BERO
Distributee) in Roseburg By Bates Candy Co.
S. S. Smiley, 49,
Dies At Reedsport
Sherman Spencer Smiley, 49,
Reedsport, died at his home Sun
day afternoon, Dec. 18, after a
long illness with a heart aliment.
Mr. Smiley was born Oct. 10,
1900, at the family ranch 14 miles
from Gardiner, and had lived in
this community all his life.
He attended grade school in
Gardiner and Five Mile, and high
school in Marshfield. He was
married lo Evangeline Kendall
June 20, 1921, at Jamleson, Ore.
He came to Reedsport that year
and worked as a tallyman at
Johnson's Lumber mill. A few
years later he bought a fishing
and marine supply business from
Nelson Hogan, then located in
the Fred Varrelman building. La
ter he moved this business to tiie
present location at the Standard
Oil dock as marine agent for the
Standard Oil company of Cali
fornia. Survivors include the widow.
Evangeline; a son, Robert: two
daughters, Mrs. -Gordon Duna
way and Mrs. Fred Dickson; two
adopted daughters, Rada Lockett
and Milan Lockett, all of Reeds
port; a sister, Mrs. C. E. Caud
ill, Reedsport; three brothers,
Mailland of North Bend, Wallace
of Reedsport, and Norman of
Portland, and three grandchil
dren. A son, Wayne, died in 1948.
Mr. Smiley was a life member
and past master of Aurora lodge
No. 59, A.F. & A.M., life member
and past high priest of Aurora
chapter No. 49, R.A.M., a mem
ber of Occidental council No. 12,
Royal & Select Masters, ancj a
life member of Pacific Comman
dery No. 10, Knights Templar,
both of Coos Bay. He belongej
to the Lodge of Perfection, Scot
tish Rite, and (he Consistory,
Scottish Rile of Eugene. Was a
member of the Philalethes soci
ety, a Masonic study organiza
tion. He was a member of Gar
diner lodge No. 132 I.O.O.F. of
Wed., Dee. 21, 1949 The News-Review, RoMburg, Ore. IS
Tax Filing Aides
For Farmers Set
Dates In Douglas
Deputy collectors of the Treas
ury department's internal reve
nue service will be in the Doug
las county area, Jan. 4 through
Jan. 11, to assist farmers In pre
paring and filing Income tax
forms, Hugh H. Earle, collector
of Internal revenue, Portland, an
The deputies will help farmers
prepare their forms 1040-ES,
declaration of estimated tax for
the calendar year 1949, or will
assist them in preparing and fil
ing income tax returns for the
calendar year 1949 in lieu there
of, Earle reported.
The itinerary of the visiting tax
men will be as follows: Oakland,
Jan. 4, at Oakland bank; Rose
burg, Jan. 5-6, at 209 Paflfic build
ing; Myrtle Creek, Jan. 9-10, at
the city hall; Drain, Jan. 11, at
the city recorder's office; Glen-
Gardiner and the Modern Wood
men of America at Elkton,
He served .as district deputy
grand master of Masonic Grand
lodge of Oregon, in 1945-46, and
held various Grand lodge com
mittee appointments. He was a
member of the Ration board m
World War II, a member of the
Reedsport city council for many
years until his resignation this
year. He was a member of the
library board, served as treasur
er on the Port of Umpqua com
mission, and was a member of
the board of trustees of the
Reedsport Community Presbyter
He was the Reedsport area cor
respondent for the News-Review.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, Dec. 22, at 1 p.m. from
Ungar's chapel, the Rev. George
Morlenson officiating. Interment
will be at the Reedsport Masoni?
cemetery with Masonic graveside
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dale, Jan. 11, at the city hall;
Keedsporr, jan. n, at the city
Taxpayers other than farmers
will be assisted at a later date to
be announced, Earle said,
SALEM. Dec. 2L Articles of
Incorporation were on file here
Tuesday for the Trail Creek Lum
ber uo., inc., oi meaiora. signing
the articles were George L. Jant-
zer, Theodore G. Jantzer, Lewis
L. Jantzer and Edmond W. Pease.
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