The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, November 27, 1961, Page 10, Image 10

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10 The News-Review, Roiebury, Ore. Mon., Nov. 27, 1961
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AT WAVERLY BABY HOME in Portlond. Mrs. Chorles
Church, Mrs. Robert McKee ond Mrs. Charles K. Todd,
watch one of the oides comb the hoir of one of the child
ren. The home was visited by more than 20 Roseburg
women making the Oregon United Fund Appeal of orphan-
oges The tour was sponsored ond paid for by Roseburg
and Portlond business men so that zone chairmen could
see first hond what some of the moneys donated were
being put to use. (Picture by Rod Durham).
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United Fund Home Canvass
To Be Made By Women Here
Women of Roseburg making the'
United Fund Appeal tour of agen-l
ciei in Portland this month will!
begin their house-to-house canvas'
this week to raise $2,000 for the,
Fund. Those making the trip were,
enthusiastic about the work being
done in orphanages and agencies I
in the Portland area. I
Most women are pretty much
concerned regarding the care of I
children and after seeing first hand :
just how many hundreds of Ore
gon children are being cared for
by agencies, they are determined
to help out in every way they pos
sibly can. With the backing of the
women making up the important
and vast group of homemakers.
they feel that everyone will make
every attempt to raise the full
quota within the week.
Airs. Frederick J. Porter is in
charge of the neighborhood can
vas. Zone 1 chairman is Mrs. L.
E. Moore; Zone 2. Mrs. Richard!
Davis, Mrs. George Castillo and'
Mrs. Jack Phillips: Zone 3, Mrs.!
Raymond Borden and Mrs. Albert1
Morene: Zone 4. Mrs. Phillip John
son and Mrs. L. W. Riley; Zone
5, Mrs. Kieth Bryant and Mrs.
Porter; Zone , Mrs. William Lind
sell and Mrs. O. R. Petersen;
Zone 7, Mrs. Charles K. Todd;
Zone 8, Mrs. Joseph Lanspa; Zone
9 Mrs. Robert McKee; Zone 10,
Mrs. R. A. Briggs, and Zone 11,
Mrs. Albert McBee.
Zone chairmen are to pick up
Wee Fashion
Frolic 28th
Wee Fashion Frolic Style Show
and Card party will be an event
of Tuesday, Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. at
the Riversdale Grange Hall. There
will be table and door prizes, en
tertainment, dessert and coffee to
be served throughout the card play.
Mrs. M. C. Bowker is writing the
script for the occasion and Mrs.
Paul Unit will act as pianist.
Svoboda's Tots to Teens and
Gimres will furnish the fashions
and Johnny's Toy House will fur
nish the toys.
Bridge, pinochle and canasta
will be in play. Reservations may
be made by calling Mrs. Rogan at
OR 3-8575.
their working kits at the United
Fund Appeal office, corner of
Jackson and Oak, for their work
Wedding Shower
Given Recently
Miss Doris Newman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Don Newman of
Tiller, was the guest of honor at
a delightful wedding shower Fri
day evening given by Miss Sandra
Iszler at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Iszler of Days
Creek. Games were played with
prizes going to Mrs. Carl Giles
and Mrs. Jim Moore.
The lovely lace-covered gift
table was centered with a complete
bridal party of appropriately dress
ed dolls. The beautiful cake, made
by Mrs. G. M. Krell, was of two
hearts linked together with lovely
bells and flowers of pink and while.
After the honoree opened her
gifts, assisted by her sister. Miss
Frances Newman, the hostess and
co-hostess, Mrs. Giles, served re
freshments to; Mrs. Jack Johnson,
Mrs. Moore. Mrs. David Howell,
Mrs. Iszler, Miss Rosa Young, Mrs.
Al Magrisi, Miss Yolanda DeChi
ara, Mrs. Edward McElmurry,
Mrs. Newman, Mrs. Wanda Welch,
Mrs. Vincenzo DeChiara, Miss
Marilyn Martin, Mrs. Gersh Roy,
Mrs. Frances Newman and the
guest of honor.
Those sending gifts, but unable
to attend were Mrs. Earl Tibbetts,
Mrs. W. D. Russell, Mrs. Ralph
Martin and Sirs. Oscar Lohr.
KAMR1N MAC KNIGHT, 2, of San Jose, Calif., celebrat
ed her birthday here recently at the home of her grand
porents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Michner. Mrs. Michner s birth
day was also celebrated. Attending the dinner party
given by the Michners in honor of Kamrin were her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John MocKnight, ond Miss Barbara
Peters, all of San Jose.
Thrift & Gift Sale
Many bMutiful handcraft
ittmi, knick knacks,
clothing and fiftt.
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COMMITTEES working on the Wee Fashion Frolic style
: show to be on event of Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. at Riversdale
Grange Hall are pictured above. Left to right: Mrs.
Michael Wooten, decorations; Mrs. Richard Berney, style
show chairman; Mrs. Chorles Bailey, president; Mrs.
Robert Boshford ond Mrs. Joe Sinko, refreshments. Not
present for the picture were Mrs. Floyd Irwin, tallies and
decorations, and Mrs. Jock Mathis, publicity. (Picture
by Chris' Studio of Photography).
Public Invited To Attend
Episcopal Two-Day Bazaar
The Women of St. George's
Episcopal Church, it would seem,
believe that making things for
Christmas is just as much a part
of Christmas as singing carols or
giving gifts. And they are ready
fur the holidays early with their
annual Christmas Batzaar which
is two-day event at the Parish
hall, 1024 SE Casa Ave. S a.m.
to 8 p.m. Thursday Nov. .10, and
S a.m. to S p.m. Friday Dec. 1.
The public is cordially invited
to share in the sparkle of "Santa's
worsnop wmcn will be over
flowing with handmade gifts, dec
orations, rugs, aprons, toys and
dolls, plus homemade mincemeat
jama In fascinating containers.
candies and cookies. The old fa
orites of books, recordings, white
elephants, holly and religious tok
ens will also be there.
These savory delights with all
the trimmings will be served:
turkey and dressing casserole with
choice of aalada and desserts for
the business man's lunch Thurs
day from 11 until 2, a ham loaf
dinner Thursday evening from
until 7, clam chowder or chili
from 11 until 2 Friday, and coffee
and sweet rolls or desserts at all
Everyone is invited to enjoy St.
George a annual Christmas Ba
Grange Officers Installed
At Ceremonies During Meet
A large group of Grangers and
frienda attended the beautiful can
dlelight ceremonies one at the Win
ston Evergreen Grange Hall, the
other at the Sunnydale Grange
The occasions marked the instal
lation of officers of most of the
Granges of the county.
John Lander, master of Doug
las County Pomona Grange, serv
ed as acting master; Howard Cra
croft, Oregon State grange stew
ard, served as installing officer.
Charlene Barnhart of Myrtle
' Creek Grange and Patricia Rents
of Camas Valley Grange were can
dlelighters. Hilda Wallers of Kit
ersdale served as color bearer;
custodian, Carl James of Myrtle
Creek; Aid a Brumbach, South Deer
Grange, chaplain: Nclda Korhs;
Riversdale, marshal; Nora Cra
croft. Fair Oaks, Regalia bearer,
and Helen Lander of Evergreen,
emblem bearer.
The beautiful tableaux were the
responsibility of Ruby Tucker, who
was ably assisted by Lucy Benson.
Alma Walker, Verda Arnold and
alddred DeGnath, all of Ever
green. Musical numbers were furnished
by Dob and Esther Uorberg of
South Deer Creek, who were ac
companied by musician. Grace
Moarman of ISorth Douglas.
A county-wide officers' confer
ence will be held some time alter
the first of the year.
The meeting closed with
freshmenta being served by the
host granges.
Art And Embroidery Club
Hosted At Bailey Home
lira. William Bailey entertained
members of the Roseburg Art and
Embroidery Club Wednesday at
her home in Dixnnville.
The door prize was won by Mrs
Earl Decker.
Present were two guests. Miss
Shirley Russell and Mrs. Melton,
sister of Mrs. Bailey. They assisted
the hostess as she served refresh
ments. Members attending were Mrs.
Walter Russell, Mrs. Lyle Hibbard.
Mrs. Edward Deal, Mrs. Henry
Snyder, Mri. Eart Decker, Mrs.
George Cluck, Mrs. Martha Er
skins and the hostess.
Mrs. Hendrix Has Party
vt Winston On Wednesday
Jessie Mae Hendrix was a
charming hostess at her Winston
home Wednesday evening at a
demonstration party with Edna
Perkins as the demonstrator.
Games were played and a door
prize was awarded to Miss Mary
Delightful refreshments were
served to the following invited
guests: Margaret Parker, Millie
Hopper, Warmark, Tillie Good
win, Mary Winship and grand
daughter; Ruth Knott, Nina Beck.
Ixns Wilson, Mozelle Welch and
Mary Perkins.
ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs.
Williom LoPrath, 4205 Chest
nut St., Vancouver, Wosh.,
formerly of Roseburg, an
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Sandra Corol,
to Richord Allen Former, 4010
Main St., Vancouver, son of
Mr. ond Mrs. Virgil Former,
Glendale. The bride-elect is
a senior at Voncouver High
and Former was graduated
from Glendale High School in
June 1961 ond is employed by
Twin River Lumber Co. in Van
couver. The wedding has been
planned for next June.
Kathy Hochgraef
Birthday Honoree
Kathy Hochgraef, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Hochgraef
of Glendale, celebrated her sev
enth birthday Monday at a party
at her home.
The children played games,
and later, after the honoree had
opened her many lovely gifts, they
enjoyed birthday refreshments.
Two large birthday cakes had been
made and decorated by Mrs. Mary
Bucklin of Grants Pass. Decora
tions were in pink, yellow and
pale green.
Those present included Debbie
rnard. Cindy Miller. Julie Payne.
Linda Battle, Beverly Fisher. Zo
die Ford, Jenny Mobley, Joann
Morns, Randy Davidson. Ran
dolph Cleveland, Frank Fonfara.
Billy Mehl. Gary Whalry. Kenneth
Corbett. Paul Blankrnship, Sheila
Peaveyhouse. I.inda Sheppard Pat
ty Ward and Pamela and Jimmy
Hochgraef, sister and brother of
the honoree.
Good Twins Have
Enjoyable Party
Mrs. Glen Good entertained at
her home in Tenmile Friday eve
ning at a party to honor her twin
sons, Gail and Glen Good on their
12th birthday.
Games were played, after which
the bova opened their many lovely
gifts. The hostess served delirious
refreshments and the rest of the
evening was spent with games and
Enjoying the party besides Gail
and Glen were Diane, Rayl.ynn
and Eddie OIon; liren. Tim and
Joe Dowdy, Ann and Tyler North
craft, Judy Newlun, Shelly Reden
ius. Janie Tombs. Martha Bour
assa, Gail I.vnrh, Linda Patterson.
Retty and Bill Cornell. Bill Park.
Keith and Dennis Payne. James
Black. Susan and Gretrhen Good.
Mrs, Herbert Northcraft and the
hostess, Mrs. Good.
N E W S R F, V I E W
rnrri An Electric Blanket with every electric clothes dryer purchased
from a CaOre Electrical league dealer before December 10.
, mm-,n vMh T AN ELECTRIC U
is a woman with - CLOTH ES DRYER jf
Electric CiOthcs dryers, those marvelous sunshlne-mokers, nxon free
dom from weather worries and back-breaking work for every home
maker who owns one . . .
Clothes dryers clso mean time -extra lime to devote ta more
rewarding pursuits, like for instance giving that extra bit of attention
to Dad's clothes.
Why waste time dragging heavy wet clothes to a clothesline -hanging
'cm up taking 'em down? Put them in your clothes dryer
ond flick a switch! Why spend hours ironing, when just a touch with
the iron will do for most things when they're dried electrically?
Those extra minutes of drudgery you save in every busy day means
freedom to do the nice things for your family!
n.l ore
Dealers listed behw have late model clothet
dryers end free eecfi'c bhnhts wailing for you
Bergh's Appliinc Service Roseburg Umpquj Valley Appliance Roseburg
Carter Tire Co. Roseburg Western Auto Associated Store Roseburg
Horn'. Appliance Roseburg App,L & TV SuM,,rIi,
Montgomery Ward & Co. Roseburg . ....
Western Auto Supply Sutherlm
Phil i Appliance Roseburg
Quality Furnisher, Roseburg Kel,y Furnifurei Myrtle Creek
South Stephens Hdw. & Appli. Roseburg Myrtle Creek Bldg. Supply Myrtle Creek
Trowbridge Electric Roseburg Western Auto Myrtle Creek