The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, August 27, 1963, Page 6, Image 6

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MR. AND MRS. GARY COX are pictured above follow
ing their marriage at the Drain Church of Christ. The
bride, Diana Jane Becker, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Becker of Cottage Grove and the bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cox of Drain. (Picture by Clork's
Studio, Cottage Grove).
Charming Bridal Shower
Honors Mrs. D. Anderson
Mrs. Roy Jones and daughter,
Teri, entertained Thursday at a
lovely bridal shower at the Ladies
Club House in Tenmile to honor
Mrs. Dnrrell Anderson (Claudia
Burr). Mrs. Anderson opened her
many lovely gifts after which a
Knitting Club
Is Entertained
Mrs. Allen Tuthill entertained the
Calapooia Knitting club at her
home near Umpqua Wednesday.
Refreshments were served to Mrs.
Herman Larson, Mrs. Mary Rcis
enwebber, Mrs. Archie Moore, Mrs.
Pearl Brandner, Mrs. D. Coor,
Mrs. Keith Dies, Mrs. Chauncy
Coor, visiting here from Arizona,
and the hostess.
beautiful decorated cake was serv
ed with other refreshments.
Present to enjoy the occasion
were Mrs. Anderson, guest of hon
or; her mother Mrs. Carl Burr,
the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Ted
Anderson; Mrs. Wayne Breitenbu
cher, Mrs. Louis Diedrich, Mi's.
Grafton Tyler, Robin Jennie, Janet
Burr, Martha and Donna Bourassa,
Ina and Julie Jones, Mrs. Jerry
Schuster, Mrs. Joe Martin, Mrs.
Ed Welch, Konnie Cantrell, Mrs.
Henry Anderson, Mrs. R. C. Far
ley, Mrs. Ronnie Anderson, Mrs.
Mable Ncwlun and Marilee Cotton.
Sending gifts were Mrs. Ralph
Howard,' Wanda Howard, Mrs. Wil
liam Cook, Mrs. Jean Rust, Mrs.
Wayne Powers, Mrs. Erta Sher
man, Mrs. Charles McDaniels,
Cheryl and Linda McDaniels, Mrs.
Bill Peters and Mrs. Nelson Gar-outte.
6 The Newt-Review, Roieburg, Ore. Tuei., Aug. 27, 1963
Diana J. Becker
Now Mrs. G. Cox
Baskets of white gladioli and
blue and white carnations, flanked
by candleabra formed the setting
for the wedding Friday, Aug. 16, at
8 p.m. of Diana Jane Becker and
Gary Bruce Cox, at the Drain
Church of Christ, ueioert wnue,
minister, performed the double ring
ceremony before ISO relatives and
friends of the couple.
Diana is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Becker of Cottage
Grove, and Gary is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Cox of Drain.
Edwin Becker escorted and gave
his daughter in marriage. The
bride was beautiful, wearing a
floor-length gown with applique of
lace at the neckline. The skirt had
a straight front with fullness at
the sides of the drop waistline. The
shepherdess influence at the back
flowed into a full chapel train. She
wore an elbow-length veil of illu
sion, held in place with a headpiece
accented by seed pearls. She car
ried on a white Bible a cascade-
style bridal bouquet of white car
nations centered ny a corsage or
Mrs. Rex Swearingen was her
sister's matron of honor, wearing
a gown of blue with lace bodice and
gentle fullness in the skirt, with
bow detailing on the front, bne
carried a cascade-style nosegay of
blue and white carnations. The
bridesmaids, whose dresses and
flowers were like those of the ma
tron of honor, were Miss Joyce
Schuchart, Spokane, Wash., cousin
of the bride; Miss Linda Becker,
sister of the bnde; and Miss carol
Steven Cox was his brother's best
man. Ushers were Richard Yoder
and Mike Cunningham and Duane
Johnson of Veneta.
"Wedding Prayer" and "be
cause were sung by soloist, Ger
ald Rust, accompanied by organist,
Mrs. John Bogan of Roseburg.
Candlelighters were Mike Cun
ningham and Duane Johnson. Ring
bearer was Eddie Becker, brother
of the bride. The flowergirl was
Janie Sue Haldeman of Eugene,
cousin of the bridegroom.
The bride chose a pale turquoise
sheath with black accessories ac
cented with the orchid from her
bridal bouquet, for the wedding
trip up the Oregon Coast and to
Pasco, Wash.
The bride's mother wore a dark
blue floral dress and black acces
sories with a white carnation cor
sage. The bridegroom's mother
wore a pink dress, pink and navy
blue accessories and a white car
nation corsage. The couples' grand
mothers, Mrs. Lena Gardner and
Mrs. Bertha Rogers, both wore
white carnation corsages.
Bouquets of blue and white glad
ioli and daisies decorated the re
ception room at the church ta fol
low the wedding theme. The bride's
fable was centered by a tiered
cake of hearts topped with a min
iature bride and bridegroom.
Serving were Mrs. Roy Halde
man, aunt of the bridegroom, and
Mrs. Len Brown, aunt of the bride.
Pouring punch was Mrs. Bill King,
cousin of the bride from Edmonds,
Wash. Pouring coffee were Mrs.
John Lamb of Creswell and Mrs.
Brumbaugh, The Dalles, bom
aunts of the bridegroom.
Mrs. Bruce Cunningham and
Sharrv Becker, sister of the bride,
were in charge of gifts and Miss
Judy Brown was in charge of the
guest book.
The young people both were grad
uated from Drain High School in
1962. Diana attended Eugene Busi
ness College, and Gary the Uni
versity of Oregon. He will attend
the Columbia Basin college at ras-
co, Wash., where they will be at
home after Aug. 30.
Outof-state guests were Mrs.
Florence Schuchart and family of
Spokane, Wash.: Jessie Lloyd,
Woodenville, wasn.; urisien Arne
sen, Briggs, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs.
Bill King of Edmonds, Wash.; and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Levins of Red
wood City, Calif.
Others from out of town were Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Brumbaugh, The
Dalles; Tom Brumbaugh, St. Hel
ens; Emilie Haldeman, and Mr.
and Mrs. JSiner vonnson and ram,
all of Portland; Mary Ann Crites,
Kathy Caldwell and Mr. and Mrs.
Emil Becker, Eugene; Duane John
son of Veneta; and Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Marvick and Mr. and Mrs.
Myron Becker and Bob, Brookings.
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pictured above. Lefr to right: Mrs. Byron Belmont, Mrs. I (Picture by Chris' Studio of Photography).
Sharon Partch Is Bride Of Jeffrey Wayne Wells
The wedding of Sharon Elaine
Partch of Grants Pass and Jeffrey
Wayne Wells of Roseburg took
place July 26 at 8 p.m., Dr. Eu
gene Gcrlilz of the First Baptist
Church in Roseburg performing the
double ring ceremony. The rites
were held at the home of the bride
groom's parents.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Glenn Partch of Grants
Pass. Mr. and Mrs. James G. Wells
of Roseburg arc the parents of the
Decorations were pink, orange
and white gladioli in white baskets,
together with the traditional can
delabra. Mrs. C. S. Moblcy play
ed the wedding music and accom
panied Mrs. Gwcn Reddckopp, who
sang "Because."
The bride's father gave her in
marriage. She was attractive in a
smart chocolate brown suit, com
plemented by a white blouse, hat
and accessories. Sho carried a bou
quet of while roses and carnations.
Sharon Wells of Portland, sister
of the bridegroom, was maid of
honor. She was attired in a beige
suit. Her flowers were pink carna
tions. Gary Nordling was best man.
The bride's mother wore navy
blue and white with white acces
sories and a red carnation corsage.
The bridegroom's mother was clad pink carnations.
in black and while with matching Following the wedding ccrcmonv,
accessories. Her corsage was of the parents of both the bride aiid
A DELIGHTFUL BIRTHDAY party was given by Mrs. Myrtle
Harwood in honor of her granddaughter, RuSelle Diana
Harwood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harwood of
Camas Valley, in obssivance of her first anniversary.
First Birthday Celebrated
By RuSelle Diana Harwood
Tenmile Methodist Church
Scene Of Lovely Wedding
A beautiful wedding took place..
at the Methodist Church in Ten
mile at 4 p.m. July 28 when Miss
Claudia Jeanie Burr, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Burr, became
the bride of Darrell L. Anderson,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Anderson,
all of Tenmile. The Rev. Everett
Mitchell of the Winston Christian
Church performed the impressive
single ring ceremony. Only imme
diate members of the family were
For her wedding, the bride wore
a beige sheath dress with a lace
The bride attended Douglas High
School. The bridegroom was gradu
ated from Douglas High School
with the class of 1961 and is now
employed at Roseburg Lumber Co.
A reception followed the cere
mony at the home of the parents
of the bridegroom.
A beautiful three-tiered wedding
cake, made and decorated by Mrs.
Carl Westfall of Myrtle Creek, a
friend of the family, was cut and
served by the bride. Serving punch
were Mrs. Carl Burr and Janet
Burr a sister of the bride.
The newlyweds are now at home
in the duplex at Porter Creek in
Stranger in My Arms
2 Hits in COLOR
The Last Voyage
RuSelle Diana Harwood, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Har
wood of Camas Valley, was honor
ed on her first birthday recently
at the home of her paternal grand
mother, Mrs. Myrtle Harwood, in
A lovely birthday dinner was pre
pared by Mrs. Harwood. An aunt,
Gweneth Harwood, had baked and
decorated a beautiful birthday cake
which was white with a large can
dle in the' center encircled by fresh
pink sweet peas. After RuSelle
opened her many lovely gifts, the
dinner was enjoyed by Mrs. Myrtle
Harwood, Gweneth Harwood; two
uncles, Ray and Glenn Harwood
of Lorane; her great-uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George Boque
from Eugene; and her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Russell Harwood.
Litha Park Art Show
Winners Are Announced
Roseburg art lovers will be in
terested to learn of the results of
the art exhibit held at Lithia Park
in Ashland and sponsored by South
ern Oregon Society of Artists. More
than 2,000 attended the show. Of
interest in Roseburg is that the
second place winner, Emil C. Knut
son, is the husband of the former
Patricia Pinniger, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry B. Pinniger of
Grants Pass and formerly of Rose
burg. Adult voting results included: Oil
painting, first, Glen Brown, Ash
land; second Emil C. Knutson, Med
ford, and third, Dorothy Beck, Gold
Hill. Sculptor, first, Grace Kurz,
Medford, who also was a second
place; third was a three-way tie
won by Leeda Bishop and J i m
Lewis of Ashland and Ida Johnston.
Water Color, Blanche Johnson of
Central Point won all three prizes.
Miscellaneous: first, Patricia
Aldrich; second, Ruby Twedell,
Medford; third, Elizabeth Shef
field, Rogue River.
Results of the children's voting
for oil included Glen Brown, Ash
land, first; Marie Stark, Central
Point and Cora McMahan of Med
ford, tied for second, and Emil C.
Knutson, Medford, third. Water
color: Blanche Johnson of Central
Point won all three prizes. Sculp
tor: Grace Kurz, Medford, first;
Leeda Bishop, second, and Grace
Kurz, third. Miscellaneous: Laura
Witchcr, Glendale, Ore., first; Pa
tricia Aldrich and Ruby Twedell
tied for second and George John
son of Central Point, third.
Zuleima Ceremonial Set
At Medford In September
Honoring the order's supreme
queen Mrs. Laurancr (Dixie) Lay
man, Reao. Ncv., Zuleima Tem
ple, Daughters of the Nile, will
hold a ceremonial at Medford Ma
sonic Temple at 1 p.m. Monday,
Sept. 2. A formal banquet for mem
bers and their escorts is planned
that evening at 6:30 o'clock at
North's Chuck Wagon.
Among the supreme temple of
ficers accompanying Mrs. Layman
on her visit will be Mrs. George
Bryant, Coquillc, a member of
Zuleima Temple who is serving
Kellogg Grange Women
Meet On Friday Morning
The Kellogg Grange women met
Friday morning at the Grange hall
to quilt and attend a demonstra
tion party at Mabel Rader's home
in the afternoon, with Bessie Lak
ey of Drain as demonstrator.
as supreme princess Zcnobia. Mrs.
Bryant will be toastmistress at the
This will he the fourth official
visit made by the supreme queen,
who was installed in June. She
has visited temples at Sacramen
to. Calif., Honolulu, Hawaii and
San Francisco. She will be the
guest of Nydia Temple, Portland,
on Wednesday, Sept. 4.
During her stay in Medford. Mrs.
Layman will also be honored at a
no-host luncheon, to which all
members of the order are invited
on Tuesday, Sept. 3, at 12:30
o'clock, at Mon Desir. Central
Point. She will be the guest of
past queens of the temple Tues
day evening at a picnic dinner in
Lithia Park, Ashland, after which
the group will attend the Shake
spearean Festival. Mrs. Earl New-
bry, president of the past queen's
association, and Mrs. Raymond Re
fer are in cbarge.
bridegroom were, hosts at a receD-
tion in the couple's honor.
Mrs. David Marsh of Los Ange
les. Sister nF tlin hrirlnnrnnn, en..
ed the wedding cake. Linda Mc-
v-iaindii oi nicuiord and Sharon
Wells served punch and coffee.
The newlyweds opened their gifts
before leaving on their honeymoon
tlin to Portlanil Th vmino muinl.
are presently residing at 1515 NW
tfi-ut-isuu, noscourg. in September,
the bridegroom will leave for duty
in the ITS Marino r-. A ik.
bride will be at home in Grants
ThA hriri,. u-hi li.'Al d
...,u iitvu iu nusc-
burg before moving to Grants
ss ims spring, intended Grants
Pass Hitrh Ki-hnnl TIia Ki;rlnMn.
attended Roseburg High School and
is employed by JohnWell Auto Up-
Coming from out of town to at
tend the wedding were Mr. and
Mrs. DaviH Mnrth onrl Hgxnhl.r
of Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. Lee
aiuiie oi Aurora, neo., grandpar
ents of the bridegroom; Lewis
Goodridge and Sharon Wells. Port
land; Mrs. Anna Partch, Eugene;
Mrs. Lcona Partch and daughter
of Goshen; Francis Parke. Spring
field; Mr. and Mrs. John Cook,
Grants Pass; Linda McClarnan,
Copkout Enjoyed
At Booth Home
The Booth residence in Camas
Valley was the scene of a delight
ful cookout recently.
Those attending were Miss Helen
Casey and Miss Naomi Scott of
Roseburg, Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Se
coy of Tenmile, Mr. and Mrs. Jay
Barrett of Berry Creek and Mrs.
Deborah Brown, Clem Spurlock
and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
S. Booth and son, Oliver, of Cam
as Valley.
The afternoon and evening were
spent playing games. A number
of musical selections were played
by an orchestra composed of Miss
Scott, Jay Barrett, Mildred hecoy,
Clem Spurlock and the host, Ernio
Shannon Beadnell
Feted At Party
Shannon Beadnell celebrated her
eighth birthday recently at a swim
ming party at her home from 2:30
to 5:30 p.m.
After a cooling dip in the pool.
refreshments and favors were en
joyed by Miss Mary McDool, Su
san Rolls, Linda Tnpplctt, Cecile
Desbiens, Debra Clarke, Sally
Hargis, Teri Taylor, Marianne
Flood, Susan Winkclman, Pamela
Pole, Mrs. George Kirby, Mrs. E.
Winkelman. Mrs. Floyd Clarke and
the guest of honor.
Out-of-town guests were Steven
and Rickey Beadnell of Klamath
Falls and Larry Adams of Toketee
Sunday Potluck
Held At Camas
The Camas Valley Farm Bureau
Federation had its annual potluck
picnic Sunday afternoon at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Booth.
Those attending were Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Strickland from Myrtle
Creek; August Degnath from Ten
mile; and Mr. and Mrs. Ross
Halterman, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart
Neely, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Mc
Master, Mr. and Mrs. John Stand
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thrush
and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Booth, all
from Camas.
The bureau will resume its reg
ular business meetings Sept. 11 at
8 p.m. at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Stewart Neely in upper Carnal.
BRIDE-ELECT Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Wesley of Roseburg
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Jo Anne, to
Leland Sand, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Sand of Melrose.
Lee was graduated from Rose
burg High School and is now
employed by the U. S. Forest
Service. Jo Anne is a senior
at Roseburg High School. A
spring wedding is planned.
(Picture by Chris' Studio of
Photography). ,
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Anthony Quinn
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Box Office Opens at 8:15
Show Starts at Dusk
OPEN at 7:45
Shows start Dusk
NOW! thru SAT!
The Rollicking Romp of the Season!
Doris DnYand
James Garner
Assembly Group
Enjoys Potluck
The North Douglas Rainbow As
sembly Board held a potluck pic
nic at the Beckley picnic grounds
at Elkton Monday evening with the
following members present: Mr.
and Mrs. Dick Willey and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beckley, Mr.
and Mrs. Warren De La Vergne
and family, Helen Clearman. Mary
Scott, Nataline Cool, Beth Sanders,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mode and
girls and Mr. and Mrs. Bennie
Knypstra and Rick Baimbridge.
Movie Showtime
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start at dusk. "Hero's Island" and "Tnrlli
OI It All."
PINE DRIVE-IN Ladles nlte. Open at
7:45. Shows start at dusk, "stranger In
My Arms" and 'The Last Voyage."
office opens at 1:15. Shows start at dusk.
"Barabbas" and "Only Two Can Play."
TRI CITY DRIVE-IN Box office opens at
7:30. Shows at 1:15. "The musk an
and "The Firebrand."
Wednesday, Aug. M, 1H1
STARLITE DRIVE-IN Open at 7:45. Shows
start at dusk. "Hero's Island" and "Thrill
of It All"
PINE DRIVE-IN Closed Wednesdays
office opens 1:15. show starts at dusk.
"The Lost World" and "The Crowded Sky"
fice opens 7:30, show at 1:15 p.m. Buck
night. "Away All Boats!" and"Big Beat"
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