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Kiddies Guests Of Lions1 Yule Party
Forty Invited children were
made happy Thursday night by
the Roseburg Lions club at a
Christmas party held In the Hotel
Following turkey dinner ban
quet In the dining room, the
hotel lobby was turned over to
the pleasure of the children, who
enjoyed a visit by Santa Claus.
The welcome visitor distributed
two gilts to each of them, to
gether with candv and all the
apples they could pack home.
More than 100 Lions, Lady
Lions and the cmidren were ores
ent for what Is planned as an
annual affair. Dr. E. W. Carter
was general chairman, with Al
McBee in cnarge 01 transportation.
Dr. J. E. Campbell welcomed
the guests, after which Jim
Daugerty led in singing Christ
Del McKay served as master
of ceremonies. He led the chil
dren In singing and kept the show
Look ahead to 1950!
Let your New Year's Resolution be to do your
950 ; business witK a home-owned, , home
operated bank. All . modern banking facilities '
available, Including safe deposit boxes and
night depository service.
Douglas County State Bank
Member. .... Federal Deposit Insurance
. . . Corp.
; ; THE SEASON'S. BEST WISHES ; V
To our old customer . . , our old friends of years' standing '
and to our newer customers who, in the course of coming
years, we hope will become old customers and old friends '
To all whose friendship and good will have helped to eep
the wheels turning and to!mae our Christmas more
thoroughly enjoyable, we say, Than you sincerely and
We wish you a real Merry Christmas and a bright, happy
and prosperous Hew Tear. ,
. '. Wishes '
The Directors, Management and Employees; -.
of this Association
v Wish to Extend to You All
A Merry Christmas
BUY WHERE YOU SHARE IN THE SAVINGS
Farm Bureau Co-Operaiive Exchange
ROSEBURG, OREGON v
Located W. Washington St. and S. P. R. R. Tracks
Nativity Seen Attracts
At Veterans Haipital
; The Nativity scene at the Vet
erans hospital will remain for
townspeople to view over Christ
mas weekend, probably until
Tuesday, it was announced from
The life-sized pictorial of the
birth of Christ, with the manger,
shepherds and sheep, have at
tracted a large number of per
sons, according to Ralph Church
oi tne Hospital personnel depart
ment. Checkers counted more than 1.-
000 cars through Wednesday
nieht. and many more have since
driven through the hospital
? rounds ana stopped at tne park'
The scene is floodlighted In the
evening. The project was built
by patients In the occupational
moving. . .
Rev. W. A. Sylwester told the
unristmas story by means , of
flannel graph Illustration.
"Who's Who" Students To
Include Dillard Youth
Mrs. Elizabeth Bryce of Dillard
received a report from her son,
Phillip T. Bryce, who Is attend
ing the University of Arizona at
tucson, tnat ne was selected as
one oi 23 UA students who will
appear in the 1949-90 Issue of
"Who's Who Among Students in
American Colleges - and Univer
sities," according to an announce'
ment from the office of the eradu
ruDUsned annually, the collegi
ate version or wno's Who in
cludes the names of the outstand
ing students from 60 colleges and
universities. The nominations,
which are made by the students
own school, must be approved by
the editors of the publication.
Students are chosen on the basis
of scholarship, leadership, quali
ties as citizens, participation and
cooperation in educational and
extra-curricular activities, and
general promise fop the future.
Mr. Bryce spent his summer
vacation with his mother here in
Dillard and expects to return to
find employment after his gradu
ation in January.
COUNTY HOME MENU
The following menu. It was an
nounced, will be served to the 46
residents of the Douglas County
home on Christmas:
Turkey, dressing, glblet gravev.
cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes,
sweet potatoes, slaw, celery,
pickles, Ice cream, coffee or milk
HEADS SCOUT TROOP
Bert Young has been chosen to
lead the Melrose Boy Scout troop,
sponsored by the Grange. Com
mittee members are Edward
Reece, Herman Aydelott, Arthur
Herman, Dale Busenbark and
Dr, Geergs L, Nloholsi
.University of Pennsylvania
Is now located at
804 Garden Volley Road
Treatment of all domestic
animal!. Emergency hospital
fr small animals.
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The joy in wishing you a Merry
Christmas can only be equaled in the
pleasure of voicing our hope for your happi
ness and good health during the coming new year.
Rainbow Cafe and
. ' Shalimar Room
122 S. Stephens
Comes To Town
In Poverty's Grip
SHALLMAR, Md., Dec. 24. UP)
The spirit of Christmas burned
ongntiy in tnis little mountain
And it is spreading to other
poverty-stricken communities of
tne mountain area.
All but a few of Shallmar's 200
residents were utterly destitute
a lew weeks ago.
There had been no work In the
community since its only mine
closed down in March for lack of
Thin, scantily clad children be
came faint in school for lack of
food. Some families had subsisted
for weeks on a diet made up
maimy oi potatoes ana apples.
Then the plight of the town and
its 80 children leaked into the
Soon trucks loaded with food
and clothing started bumping
tneir way over the narrow mourv
tain road to Shalimar. The pack
ages were sent from all sections
oi the country.
Hundreds of toys arrived and
the mails brought letters from
eacn oi the 48 states. Many con
tained a coin or a cnecK. More
than $3,000 Is on hand now.
It will be used to assure hot
lunches lor the children.
In all six and one-half tons of
clothing and foodstuffs have been
sent to Shalimar.
That would have been enough
to carry the community for a
But Christmas is coming and
many families of nearby Mary
land and West Virginia communi
ties have been facing a cheerless
So Shalimar is dividing its gifts
with less fortunate neighbors.
Seventy neighboring families
have received Shalimar food bas
kets In the last day or two. The
children of 30 families have been
clothed from Shalimar stocks.
Many toys are being repaired
by the men of the town. They will
be sent to mountain homes were
Christmas stockings would have
Shalimar has given so much
that there is just enough food left
for the weekend.
But this is a big weekend. The
folks here are glad they have
had a chance to spread the spirit
Marriage Llsences Issued
HAINES-HAAG A. B. Haines
and Lillian R. Haag, both of Elk-
ROSEBURG -SPITZER Jo
seph Ambros Roseburg and Dot-
sie .Lenora spitzer, ootn oi .empire.
PRICE-HEDDEN Joseph An-
sil Price and Juanlta Hedden,
both of Coos Bay.
Drew Edward Crosiar and Flor
ence Louise Rodewald, both of
Divoroe Daorees Granted
MAULT Elsie from Walter L.
Mault. Defendant awarded cus
tody of two minor children. Prop
erty settlement made.
Tour Of Caroling Plan
Of Youth Fellowship
The Youth Fellowshln of the
North Roseburg church (Evan
gelical United Brethren) will be-
em tneir observance of Christmas
Sunday by going caroling at 5:30
They will board Richard Johan-
sen's truck and ride to the homes
of church families who have re
quested them to sing outside their
window at the early morning
hour. The young people will con
clude their caroling by 8:00 a.m.
in oraer to return to tneir homes
and make preparations for at
tendance at Snuday school and
In addition, the voune nennle
are anxious to sing for shut-ins
and other people, regardless of
their church affiliation. Interest
ed persons should call the church
parsonage, 220-J-4, by Saturday
A. A. Wagner and Art Ransev-
er were awarded judgment of a
tractor or $639.76, plus costs
against Don McKllllon. dninu
business as Don McKilliop com
pany, Dy circuit Judge Carl E.
Shelves and Chests
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Trees Topped or Removed
Call us for Information
L. H. McPherson
Rt 2. Box 153 Phone 71S-J-1
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