The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, August 14, 1957, Page 11, Image 11

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    FOR SALE
Restaurant business with a family income. Suitable oper
ator can buy this with rental type payments. See this
today. Thii is a sideline with me ond I will sell immedia
tely. Pfcone ORchard 3-7493
IVAN EDWARDS
or write Won Edwards, 545 W. Harriston St., Roseburg
St. Johns Of Sutherlin
Pbns Coast Trip Sunday
Walther League of the Sutherlin
St. Johns Lutheran Church will at-
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at the Coos Bay Lutheran Church' B MRS- BRITTAIN SLACK .house guest of Stephen Thompson
Sunday. v ' I Sutherlin Home Economic Club j for several days this week at the
After services, they will go to'met recently at the grange hall Thompson home on Terrace Lane.
the beach, and before returning r a pouucK mnner wim m r s. Mr. and Mrs. William Woodv
Wed. Aug. 14, 1957 The News-Review, Roseburg, Ore. 11
Sutherlin HE Club Plans For County Fair Booth
home will have a short devotion
al meeting. Food committee for the
outing is Lois Brannon and De
lores Lehman. The district con
vention will be Sept. 7-8 at Hills
boro, reports correspondent Mrs.
urmain alack.
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law e-nHRtsiui
NOW UNDER KU,
NEW MANAGEMENT
For complete tire service ond recapping stop in
today and see Mr. A. J. Hughes
NEW TREADS Q Qr
6.00 x 16 full cops. Other sizes in comporison. g J
USED TIRES
as low as
1 DAY S
jg Recapping 3
Service
S Service El
Featuring . . .
B. F. Goodrich New Tint
Complete Tin Kepoir
tf your credit is good elsewhere
. . . it's good here!
At junction of old Hiway 99
and Garden Valley Blvd.
RUMMAGE SALE PLANNED
Blue Star Mothers. chaDter 4.
will hold a rummage sale Aug. 31
at the Roseburg Woman's Club,
i Anyone having rummage to do
nate are askod to call Mrs. Letha j
Brine, OR2-1560. The annual state I
department picnic will be held
Aug. 28 at Riddle. Members are
requested to bring a covered dish
and their own table service.
Gertrude Bnngle and lrma Lorn-Mr. and
isn as hostesses.
A discussion was held on the
booth that the club will have at the
Douglas County Fair and plans
were made. The committee report
ed on the food sale and stated it
proved a success. The next meet
ing will be Sept. 3 with Eunice
Haslam and Leona Elliott as host
esses. Eugene Guest
Greg Egan of Eugene was a
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Welch of Port
land, who have been visiting in
Sutherlin with their daughters,
Mrs. Bill Evans and Mrs. Joe Nor-
Mrs. Landis Vaale arid ris and families have returned to
Mrs. Bettv Haines suent Hip u.....k. I their home. Mr. and Mrs. Welch
end at Winchester Bav where they I re well known in Sutherlin as they
went deep sea fishing. I were S. P. agents here for many
Friday a grass and brush fire in 1 years befor retiring.
u.tilenr,l,'inL-VreKl! of fJau,'1 Avemie I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kerr and
.?! b : ybruhi '"M1" control j famiy vjsj1(.d wih Mrs. Kerr's
I Ze"' UcP'- w,lhout l'ng sister, Dorothy Meacham, at the
y. .?Ke. Lookout Station on Wards Butte.
m uu ,rs. Alan ferguson of: Miss Meacham told of killine two
rattlesnakes. This makes s I x
BLADDER
IRRITATION?
Dof minor BLADDER IRRI
TATION t you up nigh (if Do
yati bit list? bcuM you fcitt
hiv to go to th bathroom?
Now yon may gt rlftf from a
NIW product calloti K. . II.
Thrt a mating formula contain
Hatwrtt own wondor horbi . . .
not fust ono but a combination
of II domottk att imported
borbt. Crt roliof tho NATURAL
WAY K. I. 11 contafnt NO
MUC$. A trial will convlnco
yo...oMly $1.00, Available at
Roseburg Natural Foods
508 H. E. Winchester St.
Roieburg, Ore.
Wool Contest Entry
Blanks Available
"Make it youself With Wool"
1 contest entry blanks are now avail
! able at Millers Dept. Store, Singer
Sewing Machine Co., JC Penney
Co., or the county extension of
fice in the courthouse.
I The contest is open to all girls
I and young women from the age
of 13 through 22, single or mar
ried, who like to sew with wool.
There is a special sub-deb class
for girls 13-15, who may enter a
skirt, jumper or skirt and vest
combination. Those entries will
; compete at a county level only
and will not go to the state con-
test at Portland in November. Win
1 ners of the junior and senior class
! es will compete in the state con
test. r
Entries must ve submitted to the
district chairman, Mrs. Charles
McCord, by Oct. 1. For further
information write' Mrs. McCord at
Box 56, Dillard, or phone OSborne
9-5318.
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Saw (Shsiim
WINS AQMMi
World's Champion Saw Chain First In Cutting Contest
4 . -f I
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BILLY JO POLLEY, ROSEBURG, OREGON, WINS
FIRST PLACE FOR CHAIN SAWS OVER 6 HP IN
LOG CUTTING CONTEST AT SUTHERLIN TIM
BER DAYS, AUGUST 10'and 11. WINNING TIME
WAS 42's SECONDS FOR CUTTING A 36 INCH
DIAMETER LOG. HE USED A HOMELITE CHAIN
SAW EQUIPPED WITH AN OREGON SAW
CHAIN THE WORLD'S CHAMPION CUTTING
CHAIN.
Another first plac win for OREGON Chipper Chainl In log cutting
contests across the oiuntry, OREGON helps more chain saw users
win these contests than all other makes of chain. And in the woods,
OREGON Chain helps more timber cutters make money than all
other chainl OREGON Saw Chain puts "extra Gol" on any chain saw.
No matter what brand or model of chain saw you own, there's an
OREGON chain mad for It ... to give you faster cutting, longer
chain life, easier filing, look for the name OREGON on every cutter
the big "O" on every packaae.
Give your Saw "Extra Go" With The Chain Marked "0"
OREGON Chipper Chain - The Choice Of The Pros!
Wherever there's a professional logger with
a chain saw-whether in a cutting contest or
in the woods cutting for profit, chances are
his saw is equipped with genuine OREGON
Chipper Chain. It's the world's most popular
saw chain. 907e of all saw manufacturers
equip their saws at the factory with it. Pro
fessional chain saw users "big timber" men
In the West, pulpwood cutters in the South,
hardwood cutters in the North-know when
you're cutting for money, it pays to use the
best chain: OREGON Chipper Chain.
OREGON Chipper Chain
ADVANTAGE
Ml Cutting
Hold III Idga
Longer Cham lifo
Stayi Sharp longtr batwotn Piling.
Rolaini Itt Pitch
Kaopi Cutting Until Cuttort Aro FHotJ Away
laiy fo FiU Right
Strongly Ouarantatrf
look for tho name OHIOOM ef 2v
Standard Factory Equipment
And Replacement Chain
for All Saws
COPVIIOHt 1957 IT OMARK MuttriM-OMOON lew Chain Cere., POITIAND M, OMOON
OREGON Saiv Chain Corp.
9701 S. C. MUOUGHLIN BLVD., PORTLAND 22, OREGON
Oakland, Calif., who spent several
days in Sutherlin visiting with the
W. M. Thompson family, returned
10 ineir nome Thursdnv Mm
Ferguson and Mrs. Thoivmsnn are
sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Norris are
spending a 10-day vacation in Cali
fornia with relatives and their son,
Martin Jr. and fa milv at Willnw
Creek. Calif. While there thev will
visit Disneyland and other inter.
esting places.
(.alitornu Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Holland and
son, Ross of Oakland. Calif., were
Sunday visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Culver Sr.
Mr. Holland and Mrs. Culver are
brother and sister.
snakes killed there this year, the
largest measured 41 inches with
11 rattles and button and was killed
by a neighbor.
The American Legion Auxiliary
met last week at the Legion Hall
with their new president, Marion
ESCAPEE RECAPTURED
THE DALLES (jfl Carlon W.
Henderson, 20, who escaped from
the Multnomah County farm Mon
day, was recaptured by police
at The Dalles Monday night.
Henderson was serving nine
months for destruction of property
when he escaped.
FROM NINE TO FIVE
By Jo Fischer
Since the boss got his new toupee, he's so polite. Now he
takes off his hat even when women oren't in the elevator.
Gray, presiding. A discussion was
held on the convention in Eugene
matters were transacted.
Stamp and Book Club
Members Picnic Gueirs
Two clubs, the Stamp and Book
clubs, at the Veterans Administra
tion Hospital were guests at a pic-
ni mpcnllu at fka knmA aI hf b- f
The Boys of the Woodcraft have Margaret O'Neil. The organizations
recently and various other business are sponsored by the Red Cross,
completed qualifications firing for Volunteers are needed to assist
the department of civilian marks-1 with a VA Hospital booth at the
.,. lui. uuiuui quaiuii-a- uouc as Lounlv f air. Sunday, a
lions in tiring include positions
prone, sitting, kneeling and stand
ing. Qualifying were Larrv Mc
Cord, Roger Walling. Richard Sum
mers. Clayton Samson and Kelly
Mann. Sub junior, under 14 prone
position only, Robert Dichl, Rod
ney McCord, Ken Ward, Doug Phil
low, Jake Crabow, Jerry Strong,
John Mullins and Marcus Mann.
Camas Valley Softball team played
the patients and won by a score
of six to three.
BANKRUPTCY FILED
Grant D. Thomas, Myrtle Creek
laborer, has filed a bankruptcy pe
tition in U. S. District Court, Port
land. Debts of $3,292.65 are listed,
on the petition.
Music to Remember
Answer to Previous Puzzle
ACROSS
1" -King"
Cole
4 Marie"
(Violin
partners
12 High note of
Guido's scale
IS Paradise
14 Operatic solo
15 "Little
Echo"
16 Required
18 Most
hackneyed
20 Baked clay
pieces
21 At this time
22 Muitcal work
24 Man's name
26 Snare
27 Musical
direction
30 Frozen dessert
32 Unruly fellow
34 Coves
39 Most indolent
30 " for
Two"
37 Japanese
outcasts
39 Minor
40 Go by
41 President
Coolidge
42 Turtle's
overcoat
45 Shore
49 Clergymen
31 Dawn goddess
92 Great Lake
93 Heraldic
band
94 Soak up
99 Espouses
90 French
summers
87 Attempt
DOWN
1 Cape
2 Landed
3 Spider
4 Start again
5 Poems
8 Military
location
7 Compass point
8 Foundation
Aloud
10 Telegram
1 1 Speaks
17 Slow to
comprehend
19 Free
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avjogR I DEiTg
BIB UelR3 cAlUUTlTi
28 Tries
27 Hardest
28 Hardy
heroine
29 Music is one
of them
31 Robs
23 "The last time 33 Spanish jars
I saw
24 Leave out
25 Musical
quality
38 State
40 Works
diligently
41 Lawsuits
42 Merganser
43 Engage
44 Geraint's
wife in
Arthurian
legend
46 Novelist,
, . Stanley
Gardner
47 Entrance
48 Glimpse
50 Kind of dance
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