The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, August 26, 1963, Page 11, Image 11

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    Cooper-Moreno Shower
Lovely; Affair; Of Friday
Jo Taylor, whose marriage to
Tom Lindell will be an event of
Sept. 8, was honored at a lovely
miscellaneous shower party Fri
day, when Miss Sally Moreno and
Mrs. Lynn Cooper entertained at
the attractive home of the latter
on Primose Lane.
ine lauie was uccoraieu wan a;
pink umbrella centerpiece. Pink,
dahlias, primroses and white phlox!
formed the floral decorations. J
Games were played with prizes!
going to Mrs. Edward Lindell. Mrs.
Richard Nichols and Miss Carole!
Lindell. ... I
After the many lovely sifts werei
opened, delightful refreshments
were served to Mrs. E. K. Liiidell,
Mrs. H. Nels. Lindell, Mrs. C. H.
Babbitt, Mrs. Richard Nichols, Mrs.
Marion Wood, Mrs. Jane Stephens,
Mrs. Raymond McLaughlin, Mrs.
Bill Swinford, Mrs. . Eva Wade,
Mrs. Jack Wade, Mrs. E. R. Buck
ingham, Mrs. Glen Edwards, Mrs.
Donald Cooper, Mrs. H. Louis
Moreno, Mrs. Joseph Taylor, moth
er of the bride-elect, from Bandon;
Miss Carole Lindell, Miss Mar
guerite Hnllingsworth, Miss Janet
Cooper and the hostesses and from
the following who were unable to
attend: Mrs. Vincent Nordling,
Mrs. Sharon Cannon, Mrs. Frank
Hollingsworth, Mrs. Ida Nasel,
Mrs. Fred Warren, Miss J u d y,
Miss Sue and Miss Shcri Lindell
and Mrs. Elaine Taylor.
Picnic Enjoyed !
At Family Event .
A family reunion of the Minter,
Rader and Powell families was j
held Sunday at the Tyee picnic j
grounds near Elkton with the larg
est crowd ever attending. More'
than 100 were present.
The oldest guests present were
Mr. and Mrs. Will Powell. Out-of-!
town guests were Evelyn Elkins'
and daughter, Judy, of Eastern Or-'
Avery Minter gave a short talk
on the book he is writing on the
history of Oregon, written mostly
of Elkton, Scottsburs and Kpllogg
Mr. And Mrs. A. F. Young
Entertain At Lovely Party
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Young of
Tenmile entertained at a party at
the Ladies Club House in Tenmile
Saturday to honor Danny Bcoges
on his 15th birthday. ,
The young people spent the eve-!
ning dancing. During the first half
of the evening music was furnish
ed by aii Gurney on the trom
bone, Marion Ray on the saco
phonc, Larry Dean on the Clari
net and A. F. Young at the piano, j
They finished the evening dancing
to records.
Birthday refreshment - were serv
ed during the evening. Present
were; Danny Beoges, Mike Mor
gan, Gary LaDukc, Forrest La
Duke, Mrs. Robert LaDuke, Jo
Peck, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cur
ry, Sherry and Rosalind Abeene.
Monica, Lambert and Barry Schus
ter, Peggy and Becky Willis, Shir
ley Roth. Norma Gurney, Janet
McCoy, Barbara Magee. Deanna
and Marion Ray, Sharon Myers.
Bunny St. Clair, Earl Gurney, and
Larry Dean and the host and host
ess, Mr. and Mrs. Young.
I Petersons Feted
iBy Oaklanders
I Before moving from Oakland to
Beavcrton to reside, the Clifford
I Peterson family was complimented
j at several dinner parties.
I The Don Fergusons hosted the
' Petersons at dinner in their home
i on Cougar Creek Road.
The Leland Powells entertained
! them at a Sunday evening dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Lylo Stuwe cnter-
I taincd the Petersons at a lovely
i buffet, and the Petersons and
' Mrs. Elsie Sharp were recent din
ner Kuests of Mrs. Doris Nceley.
Mr. and Mrs. Orin Gilderslecve
and Miss Bertha Whittemore serv
ed a farewell dinner for the couple.
j Mon., Aug. 26, 1963 The News-Review, Roseburg, Ore. 1 1
Charming Party Honors
Bride-Elect Friday Night
Miss Jan Riley entertained at a
charming bridal shower party Fri
day evening at Oak Tree Inn in
compliment to Miss Karen Wis
hart, who will become the bride
of John Kerr Sept. 28.
A beautiful arrangement of glad
ioli, wedding bells and blue net
cloth and blue appointments form
ed the table decorations.
Lovely gifts were presented to
the bride-to-be from her mother,
Mrs. William Wishart; Mrs. Jack
Kerr and daughter, Toni; Mrs. F.
C. Riley, Mrs. Wayne Harris, Mrs.
Bert Corkrum and daughter, Ka
thi, of Eugene; Mrs. Sandy Strom,
Mrs. Brian Parseter, Mrs. Larry
Rutter of Mcdford; Mrs. Henry
Bailey, Miss Carol Ixrenz, Miss
Lynn Forrest, Miss Cindy Sevall,
Miss Jodie Stevens, Miss Steph
anie Fowler, Miss Nancy Green
field, Miss Linda Ellison and the
hostess, Miss Riley.
Games and visiting were enjoy
ed and later lovely refreshments
were served buffet style.
Month's Vacation Trip
Taken By Roseburg Couple
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Townsend ac-
companied by the latler's sister,'
Mrs. Florence Dailey, of Sacramen-:
to, Calif., returned recently from
a four week's trip. They flew by!
jet airliner to Buffalo, visited;
points of interest at Niagara Falls, j
the cable car ride. Maid-o'-the-
Mist trip and the tunnel trip un-
der the Falls, and then went oni
to Canada. At Toronto they visit-1
ed the Castle Loma museum at I
Kingston toured old Ft. Henry and
Ottawa, the Queen's Mansion.
In Montreal's big shipping cen
ter they were fascinated by the
ocean liners. The changing of the
guards, with their unique mascot,
the large antlered angora goat
trained to keep step with the men, !
was an interesting sight in Que-!
They also toured Boston with its
numerous historic spots and visit-,
ed the United Nations building in '
New York, Hyde Pa.'k and other '.
points of interest there. Philadel- j
phia with its historic interests,
Gettysburg with its famous battle
fields and Lancaster Penn., the
home of the Amisli people they I
found all very interesting. Mr. and
Mrs. Townsend are both interested j
in the Douglas County Farm Bu-'
lean Co-operative Exchange, he as
manager and Mrs. Townsend as
head of the household department. 1
They visited a number of Co op
stores while on their trip.
Dillard Woman Is Honored
On Occasion Of Birthday
Mrs. Roy Gordon of Kent Creek
in Dillard was the inspiration for
a delightful picnic honoring her on
her birthday. Hostesses for the oc
casion were her daughter, Mrs.
Oren Ledgerwood and Mrs. A. D.
Fox. The picnic was held at the
picnic grounds along the Looking
glass Creek at the Foxes' ranch
Friends and relatives of the hon
ored guest provided a delicious pic
nic lunch and presented her with a
set of dinnerware for her mobile
Those joining Mrs. Gordon for
the lovely event were: Mr. and
Mrs. A. D. Fox, Carolyn and Jim,
Mrs. Maude Thompson, Mr. and
Mrs. Oren Ledgerwood, Scott, Sue,
Bruce and Janet, Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Cailahan, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Shigley,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Manske, Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Musick, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hatten and Nolan, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Cluster, Tim, Ron.
Terry, Curt and Tony Gysell, all
of Grants Pass, La Vina Borcher,
Larry Hink, Frank Murphy, Mrs.
Fran Allen and Gordon, Mrs. Al
fred Daniels, Misses Debbie and
Kelly Brooks of Portland, Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Dyer, Mr. and Mrs
Ted Cadman and Mark, and Mr.
and Mrs. David Nye and Candy.
Barbecues Are Discussed
At Meeting Of Jay-C-Ettes
The recent meeting of the Rose
burg Jay-C-Ettes was held at the
home of Mrs. Glen Gowey. Co
hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. Glen Yates and Mrs. Bob
Those attending were Mrs. Bill
Donnelly, Mrs. Ron Strickling,
Mrs. Clarence Paul, Mrs. Dick Da
Yates, Mrs. Glen Gowey, Mrs.
Ken Byland, Mrs. John Davis and
two guests, Mrs. Duane Brown
and Mrs. Jim Donnelly.
At the meeting held on the patio,
the special guest, Bev Lyons,
showed slides and spoke on the
subject of outdoor barbecues.
Mrs. Gowey, of the rummage
sale committee, said the sale would
be held Aug. 29-30 at 247 SE Jack
son St.
Mrs. Jim Donnelly volunteered
to chairman the year's scrapbook.
Mrs. Yates said the Jaycee ban
quet held at the Roseburg Country
Club to honor the state Jaycee
president. Frank Brawner and
' Miss Oregon, D'Ann Fullerton, was
a successful affair.
The club decided to do volunteer
! telephoning for the Red Cross
Bloodmobile for a year,
j Mrs. Yates was winner of the
i door prize.
Independent O Of F. Has
Potluck At Jack Hill Home
The Independent Order of For
esters met Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hill in Cam
as Valley.
The following persons enjoyed , a
potluck dinner; Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Blakely from Eugene; Mr. and
Mrs. Walt Votland and children;
Rebekah Group
Plans For Meet
The Three Links Club of the Elk
ton Rebekah Lodge met Wednes
day evening at the home of Mrs.
Gene Snecd with 13 members pres
ent. Plans were made for the com
ing Rebekah convention which has
been postponed from October to
Jan. 18.
Following the meeting the host
ess served refreshments assisted
by her daughters, Pam and Judy
and Beckey.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Whelchel and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Bailey and children; Mr. and Mrs.
Jen Paulsen and Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Curry, all from Roseburg.
Mr. and Mrs. V-'illiam Jones and
j children from Grfen; Mr. and Mrs..
Ralph Dwight and children; Mr
i and Mrs. Gary Buckholz and chil
dren: Mr. and Mrs. Al Young and
, children: Mr. and Mrs. Doug Croy
", and children; and Mr. and Mrs.
; Ed Dwight and children, all from
; Tenmile; and Mr. and Mrs. Archie
i Richards from Myrtle Creek,
i Mary Helen Pope, Linda Cum
! mings, Air. and Mrs. Ed Kirkendall
j and daughter, Tracy; and the host
I and hostess Mr. and Mrs. Jack
I Hill and daughter, Susie, of Cam
i as Valley.
1 A business meeting followed the
i lovely potluck dinner. The chil
dren spent an enjoyable afternoon
riding pony carts, pulled by the
Hills' Shetland ponies.
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