The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, August 03, 1957, Page 9, Image 9

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    Sot., Aug., 3, 1957 Tht Newi-Rvlw, Roicburg, Ore. 9
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Mrs. Charles W. Fox and their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Thorn, and children, Claudia and
Bruce. Mrs. Fox is the former Vivian Orcutt of Roseburg
and is the daughter of the late Judge and Mrs. A. N.
Orcutt of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Thorn and children have
returned to their home in Portland, while Mr. and Mrs.
Fox are remaining as guests at Sun Valley Lodge through
Aug. 9, before returning to Portland. (Picture by Sun Val
ley News Bureau).
Mr. ond Mrs. Ralph M.
Church, Winchester, announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Janet Lee, to Rich
ard P. Turley, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Turley, Jolier, III.
The bride-elect attended Uni
versity of Oregon and is a
member of Delta Delta Delta
sorority. She is now secretary
to the Douglas County Fair
Board. The bridegroom-elect
was graduated from Oregon
State College in 1950 and is
now manager of the Douglas
County Fairgrounds. The wed
ding has been planned for ear
ly fall.
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MR. AND MRS. A. E. SHERMAN and sons, Bruce, 9, and
Dale, 6, have spent their vacation here visiting Mrs.
Sherman's parent,s, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wells, ond other
relatives. Mrs. Sherman is the former Susan Wells. They
Enjoyed trips to Crater and Diamond Lakes, to Agate
Beach and to Toledo, where they ottended the 1937
graduating class reunion of Mrs. Sherman. Mr. Sherman
is on analytical statistician for the Deputy Chief of Staff
Comptroller Department of the Air Force. He is a lieutenant
colonel in the Air Force Reserve. The Shermans make their
home in Washington, DC, and left this week for the
East following their vacation here. They were.takeh os far
as Portlond by Mr. and Mrs. Wells. (Picture by Clark's
Myrtle Creek Reunion
To Be Event Of Aug 1 8
The annual Myrtle Creek reun
ion will be held at noon Sunday
Aug. 18, at Benlon-Lane Park north
of Junction City. A potluck dinnci
will be enjoyed at noon. Those at
tending are asked to bring a bask
et lunch and their own table serv
The Joy Powell Dance Studio ot
Roseburg will provide a special en
tertainment at 2 p.m. Everett Wi
mcr of Roseburg is president this
year and Mrs. John Wimcr (Beth
Bates) is in charge of the enter
tainment. Those desiring further
information may contact the above
mentioned people or may write to
Dorothy Dwycr Allen, 7230 SE Fos
ter Road, Portland.
Mrs. W. H. Carter Is
Hostess At Breakfast
Mrs. V. H. Carter entertained at
a very delightful breakfast at her
beautiful home on Harvard Sunday
morning having as guests Mrs. Rob
ert Creps of Lanakai, Hawaii;
Miss Catherine ensnam oi Min
neapolis. Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. E.
Ray Wilson, Grants Pass; Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Wilson, Ashland; Mr.
and Mrs. Glenn Bechlold. Portland
and Mrs. Terrance Fitzgerald and
son, Terry, and daughtnr, Kathy.
The out-of-town guests were here
for the wedding Saturday night of
Marcella Wcscott and Thomas
Floyd Carter.
Mrs. Charlie Hummell of Yoncal
la was honored at a birlhday party
given by Mrs. Noble Snider and
Mrs. Cabaness on her 88lh birth
day. Visiting was enjoyed.
Many beautiful cards and hand
kerchiefs were received from Mrs.
Mamie Lake, Mrs. Bird Nelson,
Mrs. Etta Wallace, Mrs. Ruth
Edcs, Mrs. Mary Lambdin, Mrs.
Gwen Henderson, Mrs Ann Mathis,
Mrs. Sadie Lasswell, the Rev. and
Mrs. Austin McGnee, Mrs. Hazel
Wright, Mrs. Abbott, Mrs. Nellie
Stenselh, Mrs. Mamie Lee, Cyn
thia Lee. Mrs. May Snider and Mrs.
l.aura Cabaness.
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Pink And Blue Shower
Given Mrs. J. Shultz
Mrs. John Shultz of Tenmile was
guest of honor at a surprise pink
and blue shower at the home of
Mrs. Elmer Hitchman. NW Har
lan Street, with Mrs. Allen Chcllis
(Lenella Hitchman) as co-hostess.
Prize winners in the games
played were Mrs. Shultz, Mrs. Dick
erson, Mrs. Jarvis and Zetha Dick
erson. Mrs. Shultz received many love
ly gifts from those present and
from several who were unable to
attend the party. Light refresh
ments were served.
Mrs. Shultz, who is a registered
nurse, is head of the college clinic
at Walla Walla College, the Scv
enth-day Adventist Collcgo in this
area. She has served in foreign
mission work in India.
Ardel Starmer Has
Lovely Birthday Party
A LliNNcK at rne Hotel Umpqua Monday honored oladys Mctwon, Migh Kriestess ot Ai
Zahroh Court of the ladies Oriental Shrine of North America. Making the trip to Portland
with Mrs. McEwan were Ruby Morrow, princess of the court, and Doris Dillinger, first
ceremonial lady. (Picture by Gladys Gilbert Studio, Portland).
I During the evening Mrj. Mc- chairman of the sewing commit
AND MRS- WANDS I F.wan spoke to members of the tec. Over 7000 articles were made
ENTERTAIN AT DINNER 1 Roseburg club about coming. and given to the hospital last year
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Wands en- "cnls in Portland which include by the Court,
tertaincd at dinner Sunday eve- 'he w l .M"1 x?L);""i Roseburg members present wer;
nmg at their home having as guests Sept 2, and 28 at the Multnomah
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brooks and liolel- . .j D o ,- u r 1
and Mrs. Edwin Barnes, Mrs. I Work for the Shriners Hospital n"". B- Curtu, H. A. Essel
Kliiw and Mr and Mrs. was discussed by Mrs. Morrow, jtrom, William Esselslrom, W. O.
Charlrs Kluver and sons, Ricky who is head of the Shoe and Brace Kely. Eugene Krewson and L.
and Nicky. Committee, and Mrs. Dillinger, L. Powers.
Ardel Starmer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Starmer, cele
brated her 6th birthday at a de
lightful party at the home of her
parents on Winchester Street.
The table and cake decorations
carried out the circus theme ad
each guest received a bubble soap
clown as a favor. After luncheon
was served Ardel opened her many
lovely gifts and later games were
Covers were placed for Ardei,
guest of honor; Glenda Beach, Dav
id Croucher, Shirley Hannah, Greg
and Gary Quist, Debbie and Diane
Reese, Michelle Heidrick, Freddy
and Allan Mcrk, Frankie, Kathv
and Billy Cardiff, Lynne Smith,
Patty Miller, Ryan Sullivan and
Hope Hartless. Mothers there be-
Mr, and Mrs. Isadora Inda, Oak-
imiu, enienainea ai a six 0 clock 1
dinner party Wednesday in honor
of their daughter, Dcbra, on her
first birthday. !
Guests at the Inda home on Metz
Hill Road included Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Garret and Mr. and Mrs. Boni
Yraguen and family of Winchester;
Mrs. Felix Samarron and chil
dren; Mrs. Clair Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Frotscher. Mr. and
Mrs. Tona Arana and Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Smith, all of Sutherlin; Mr.
and Mrs. Steve Inda and family;
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Short and fam
ily; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Peter
son and family: Mrs. Marv Schell,
James Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Dot
Mugartegui, ill of Oakland.
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IN HONOLULU are Mrs. Sally Hilt, right, owner and instructor of the Sally Hilt Hawaiian
Dance Studio in Roseburg, and her cousin, Mrs. Bess Leete, left, of Santa Rosa, Calif.,
who are pictured with Bill Aliiboa Lincoln, one of Hawaii's famous recording artists and
hula teacher. The little girls in the picture are dancers in Lincoln's studio. Lincoln
and his troup of Hawaiian dancers, musicians and singers have just returned to Hono
lulu following a successful European tour. Mrs. Hilt has been taking lessons in the Lincoln
Studio for a month. She and Mrs. Leete are staying at the Waikiki Surf Hotel on Waikiki
Beach. They report they are enjoying all of the usual interesting things to do in Hono
lulu. Mrs. Hilt formerly resided there. (Picture by On Char and Sons, Honolulu).
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MR. AND MRS. R. D. LOCKWOOD were pleasantly sur
prised Sunday when their family invited friends, to Aldora
Park on the Lockwood Ranch in Tenmile to celebrate
their goldon wedding anniversary. (Picture by Jack Hill
Studio, Camas Valley).
Pretty arrangements of gladioli
and roses were used by Mrs. Do-'
Ward Modglin Thursday evening
when she entertained her pinochle;
club at her home in West Suth-!
I erlin.
I For the evening's pinochle play
1 Mrs. Brim won high score, Mrs.-
Scehawer low and Mrs. Blakeley
the floating prjfe.
After the card play refresh-
ments were served to the Mes
dames Charles Moore, Lylc See
hawer, William Blakeley, Charles
Parsons, George Brim, Don Ash
craft, Arg Webber and Norman
Wilson by the hostess. The next
meeting will be held at the bnme
of Mrs. Charles Parsons, Thursuay,
Aug. 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Blayne Flora enter
tained at their home at Rocky Point
Sunday evening at a dinner party
in celebration of the eighth birth
day of their nephew, Tim Baskc--ville
of Los Angeles. Tim, with his
mother, Mrs. David Baskervillc,
and his sister, Lark, had been vis
iting here for several days at the
Flora home.
Present to enjoy the evening
were Blayne Flora Jr., Shcryl, Lori
and Scott Wynn, Dale Wynn, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Wynn, Mrs. Basker
villc, Tim and Lark and the hot
and hostess.
A decorated cake was served
and the honored guest received
many lovely presents.
sides the hostess, Mrs. Starmer
were Mrs. Ed Cardiff and Mrs.
Eugene Merk.
Mr. and Mrs. Churchill
To Observe Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Churchill
will be honored on their 50th wed
ding anniversary at an open house
from 2 to 5 p.m. Aug.4 at the
home of their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Church
ill, in Rice Valley. All relatives
and friends arc most cordially in
vited to rail. Mr. and Mrs. Church
ill have requested "no gifts."
Mrs. Hoeniiller Shephard was the
inspiration for a charming pink a
blue shower given Monday evening
by members of Umpqua Grove M
of the Supreme Forest Woodman
Circle. Appropriate games were
played and visiting enjoyed. Dainty
refreshments were served by .Mrs.
Beula Gibson and assistants.
Many lovely gifts were present
ed to the honored guest by her
mother-in-law, Mrs. Jessie Shep
hard of Portland; Mrs. Jessie
Thomas, Mrs. Beula Gibson, Mrs.
Bess Cornish, Mrs. Robbie Lee
Cooper, Mrs. Alice Christenscn,
Mrs. Goldie Willis, Mrs. Elizabeth
Godfrey, Mrs. Thclma Hatcher,
Mrs. Phebe McGuire, Mrs. Agnes
Veach. Mrs. Lucy Benson. Mrs.
Delia Holm, Mrs. Rosa Heinbarh
Lark, Mrs. Gertrude Hess and
Mrs. Violet White.
The large cake was decorated
with gold colored leaves and flow
ers. The tables were decorated
with baskets of flowers. Mrs. Law
rence Lockwood served the cake,
Mis. Don I.akcy served the coffee
and Mrs. May Sibold of Roseburg
served the punch. At five 0' clock
a delicious potluck dinner was en
joyed by Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood,
their family and friends.
.Members of the family present
were their son and dnughlcr-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lock
wood, ldleyld; their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Lakey;
their sons and daughters-in-law,
Mr. and M r s. Lawrence Lock-
wood and Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Lockwood. Their grandchil
dren and great grandchildren pres
ent were Carol, Diane, and Mich
ael Lockwood, Miss Kay Lakey,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McKay, Lcneta,
Donnis and Alen; Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas C'roy, Dccna and Connie;
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dwight, Gregory
and Lori; Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Lockwood and Audrey Jennings. A
grandson, Conrad, who is serving
in the Navy, and Jimmie and Jean
nie. son and daughter of their
i grandson, and Mrs. Larry I.oc
wood were not present,
i Others present were: Mr. and
!Mrs Jim Henry. Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Melius. Mr. and Mrs. Milfnrd
j Pierce. Mrs. May Sibold. Mr. and
1 Mrs Earl Olhvant, Mrs. Louis
Diedriih. Mrs. Wayne Hrcitenbul
cher, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred ('en
ters, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. God
frey, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Vance,
Ellis Vance, Mr. and Mrs. Dean
day evening when Mr. and Mrs.
Lockwood were presented with a
ln,.nl., on, nf ln,,,n fiimiliipa aa
Dwight, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter . ni j, n, rmii
Coats, all of Tenmile. 8 .-.-j.
Sending gifts were Mr.and Mrs.
John Rathkey, Miss Dorcna Gates,
Mr. and Mrs. Jean Dickovcr, Mr.
and Mrs. John Franklin, Mrs. Belle
Bobbins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc
Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. George
Butts, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ison,
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Schosso, Mr.
and Mrs. Don Hinch, Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. War
ren Painter, Mr. and Mrs. War
ren Syphcr and Dick Hanson.
Roland D. Lockwood and Min
nie McCulloch were married at
the home of her stepfather and her
mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Col
lvcr, in Grcsham, June 12, 1907,
the Rev. Mr. Barrett of the Meth
odist Church performing the cere
mony. The Lnckwoods have Heen
residents of Tenmile for over 25
years and make their home on the
property formerly owned by Mrs.
Loekwood's parents. Mrs. Lock-
wood's parents were among Ten
mile's first settlers having cross
ed the plains in a covered wagon
train. The lovely Aldora Park on
(he Lockwood ranch was named for
Mrs. Loekwood's parents, Albert
and Dora McCulloch.
The family reunion and dinner
was held at the park on Wcdncs
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