The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, September 25, 1963, Page 9, Image 9

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    ELECTIVE OFFICERS of Alpha Zero Theta Rho Girls are
pictured above front row: Vicky Hammond, treasurer;
Sandee McCoy, vice president; Stephanie Jellison, presi
dent, and is also state third herald; Beth Erickson, re
cording secretary, and Billie McKessen, financial secre
tary. Appointive officers are pictured in the back row:
Anne Saunders, right supporter to the vice president;
Sherrie Curry, chaplain; Charlotte Cooper, outside guard
ian; Diane Erickson, marshal; Florence Larson, warden;
Linda May, second herald; Glenda Beach, post president;
Tari Edie, right supporter to the president; Sheila Josh,
left supporter to the president; Shirley Oldfield, conductor.
Not present for the picture were Glenda Witten, musician;
Sharon McCobe, left supporter to the vice president
Lynn Fanning, inside guardian; Mary Ellen Baker, first
herald; Donna Luellan, third herald, and Carol McCabe,
fourth herald. (Picture by Clark's Studio).
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INSTALLING OFFICERS for Theta Rho Girls Club are pictured above. Left to right are
Tari Edie, warden; Aline Batton, 'Installing officer; Sharon Lee, musician, and Anne Saun
. ders, chaplain. Pictured below is Sandee McCoy, state musician. (Pictures by Clark's
Paul Schulzes Are Honored
A t Sa tu rday H ousewa rm i ng
A large number of friends cath-
ered at the lovely now home of
Mayor and Mrs. Paul Schultc of
Oakland Saturday evening.
A potluck supper was served to
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sparks, Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Hotjan, Mr. and Mrs.
Jeff Schulzc, Mr. 5nd Mrs. Harry
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Nel
son, Mrs. 1'at Rice, Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Trusty, Mr. and Mrs. Walt
Manning, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barker.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stuuc, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Spclgatti, Mr. and
Mrs. Gary Robertson, Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Long and Pat, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Medley.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pinkston,
Mrs. Eugene Todd, Mr. and Mrs.
Hunter Early, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Emerson,
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Heaton, Maur
ice Geiger, David Schulzc, Bobbie
Walley and Mrs. Pearl Harvey.
Cards from others who helped
with the houscwarming gift were
received from Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
Stearns, Mr. and Mis. Jim Schulie,
Mr. and Mrs. K. I). Lytic and Mr.
and Mrs. R. D. Bridges.
After seeing the new Schulzc
home, the group went with Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Hansen east of Oakland
to sec their new country home.
Dessert was served at Uie Hansen
The Schulzes recently remodeled
the former Mahoney house at the
corner nf KornnH nnrl liuiid c.
The Hansens lost their home sev
eral months ago and have moved
-;,ito a newly built home.
Decorations for the Theta Rho
Girls Club were elaborate and most
interesting for Ihe affair honoring
the newly elected officers held at
the 100F Hall. The Rainbow theme
was beautifully curried out. The
punch bowl ice mold was decorat
ed with pink roses and bluebirds.
Mrs. Kenneth McCoy served the
coffee and Mrs. Harold Jellison
served the punch.
Assisting with the affair were
Mrs. F. J. Hermann. Mrs. Mar
garet Saunders, Mrs. Frank Poole,
Suzi Johnson, Linda May, Ann!
Saunders, Sandee McCoy and Ste- i
phanie Jellison.
The past president's pin was pre
sented to Glenda Beach, who was
escorted to her place of honor, aft
er which she presented gifts to her i
retiring officers.
Birthdays Noted
By Bible Class
Mrs. Charles McMahon was host-,
ess for the Ladies Bible Class of '
the Oakland Presbyterian Church
Friday afternoon.
Mrs Edith Dunn led the devo-1
tions and read an article. "There's
A Way to Take It." Mrs. Mary had charge of the lesson study.
"He V'hat You Are."
The birthdays of Mrs. Pearl t
Biadner and Mrs. Mary Minich
were observed and each was given
a gift by the group.
Refreshments were served to
Mrs. Alta Howard. Mrs. Mildred
Burpee, V.iss Madeline Loney, Mrs.
Minich, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Bernice
Guff. Mrs. Walter Davis, Mrs.
Grace Crouch, Mrs. Brandner,
.Mrs. uunn and sirs. McMahon.
The October meeting will be w ith ;
.Mrs. Brandner.
Dinner Is Given
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Shafer and
granddaughter, Vicky Rupert of
Days Creek were hosts to mem
bers of Douglas Barracks 176, Vet
erans of World War 1 and Auxili
ary, at a dinner at the Shafer
Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Fearnow, Mrs. Dagmar John
son, Mrs. Adah Deal, Mrs. Fred
Andrus and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Ceremony Held
Saturday Night
With the watchwords, "Love,
Friendship and Service," denoting
the spirit of the group, Mary Con
nor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lew
is Wooley of Canyonville, was in
stalled worthy advisor of South
Douglas Assembly No. 77, Rainbow
for Girls, at the Canyonville Mason
ic Temple Saturday evening.
Bille Herbert, a past worthy ad
visor of the assembly, acted as
installing officer with Judy Ellef
son, chaplain; Mary Lou Dixon,
recorder; Beth Chappell, marshall,
and Florette Lewis, musician.
Judy Muetzcl, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Kermit Muetzel of Can
yonville, was installed worthy as
sociate advisor. Others included the
elected officers: Roxann Dixon,
charity; Joy Yakel, hope; Jackie
Prairie, faith; Pat Allen, treasur
er, and the appointed officers:
Anna Brown, drjll leader; Camille
JMlefson, chaplain; Hope Thomp
son, love; Janet Allen, religion;
Verna Erwin, nature; Penny Dix
on, immortality; Susan Carpenter,
fidelity; Susan Gardner, patriot
ism; Marian Ford, service; Darcy
Brown, confidential observer; Jan
ie Morris, outer observer; Kristine
Dixon, choir director; Bille Her
bert, musician, and the new moth
er advisor, Mrs. Lewis Wooley.
Miss Connor chose red and white
as her colors and the red rose her
flower, so these were used through
out the hall and dining room for
decorations. Her gown was floor
length-white taffeta with the bod
ice of white lace over red taffeta.
Her ensemble was highlighted by
a red necklace brought from Par
is, France, and given to her moth
er when she was a little girl.
The tablecloths were decorated
by Mrs. Gerald McKenzie, with red
seouined roses. Mrs. Mannpl Ral.
lard had designed and made the
gowns worn by Miss Connor, Mrs.
Wooley and Cecilia McKenzie, the
crown-bearer. Mrs. Herb Hard ar
ranged the bouquets of red roses
throughout the hall.
As Miss Connor was crowned by
her father, Lewis Wooley, after
having been escorted to the altar
by her brother, Michael Connor,
Gene Faircloth of Recdspdrt sang
"I Believe." Later in the ceremon
ies, Faircloth sang "In the Gar
den," and Mrs. Richard Petterson
sang "Thank Heaven for Rainbow
Following the crowning ceremo
ny, Miss Connor introduced mem
bers of her family present as well
as the installing officers. With the
assistance of drill leader, Anna
Brown, all officials nf RoinKnti,
Job's Daughters, Masons and East
ern star were, formally escorted
and introduced.
Miss Sharon Olson, retiring wor
thy advisor, presented Miss Con
nor with the Margaret McGee trav
eling worthy advisor pin, and the
past worthy advisor pin was pre
sented to Miss Olson. Gifts from
various members of the family and
friends were then presented to Miss
The retiring mother advisor,
Mrs. Milton Herbert, was honored
by the assembly and at that time
presented Mrs. Wooley with the
mother advisor's pin. Merit bars
were given to the girls by Mrs.
Herbert. .
Following the ceremonies, re
freshments were served in the din
ing room with Mrs. Frank Allen,
Mrs. Claude Long, Mrs. Romie
Hendrix, Mrs. Richard Petterson,
Mrs. Charles Pruden, Mrs. Rich-
3 I !
' H A J J
MARY CONNOR, above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Wooley of Canyonville, was installed worthy advisor of
South Douglas Assembly No. 77, Rainbow for Girls, at
Canyonville Masonic Temple Saturday evening. (Picture
by Chris' Studio of Photography)
10 The News-Review, Roseburg, Ore. Wed.; Sept 25, 1963
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