The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, October 19, 1963, Page 5, Image 5

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nowdrops,
Will Be First Spring Bloomers
The snowdron miiink... '
of the Arii.;. ' ""!"
flowers, son-ietlmo,-
wi we snrinE
. ...... atpfcma uc-
tore the snow is entiroiv nff ,.
ground. It grows from a small
uuio ana has somewhat grass
like leaves and snowwhite,
drooping blossoms.
The whole plant is but 4 to
6 inches high. The bulbs are
quite hardy. They should be
planted 2 inches deep and 2 or
3 inches apart in the lawn or
in the border.
"Snowdrop" is also the name
V I '
AN EXAMPLE of the artistry of Mrs. Joseph Wertz
of Oceanlake is shown here in this arrangement fea
turing driftwood and figurines with dried moterial.
Mrs. Wertz, member of the Floral Artist's Guild and
also a noted flower arranger, will demonstrate the
ort of incorporating driftwood, native shrubs and
dried material into harmonious arrangements at a
demonstration set for 1:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25, in
the auditorium of the West Side School in Surherlin.
The Surherlin Garden Club, sponsoring group, invites
the public to attend.. Refreshments will be served and
there will be a small admission' charge to defray expenses.
With The Garden Clubs
DAYS CREEK CLUB
The Days Creek Garden Club
will host the fall meeting of
Umpqua District No. 16 of the
Oregon Federation of Garden
Clubs. The meeting will be held
on Tuesday. Oct. 22, in the mu
sic room of the Days Creek
School. Registration and coffee
hour will be from 9 to 10 a.m.,
followed by the business meet
ing and potluck luncheon at
noon.
A program on bonsai with
demonstrations will be present
ed by Russell B. Rummel of
Roseburg.
All club members are urged
to attend.
RIDDLE CLUB
The Riddle Garden club held
its October meeting at the home
of Mrs. H. G. Townsend with
Mrs. Harry Williams as co
hostess. Eleven members and
three guests, Mrs. W. L. Boyd,
Mm. Bruce Ferguson and Mrs.
C. R. Schroeder, the latter
r-esident of the Days Creek
Garden cluD, were prest-iu.
Mr Austin Wilson, club pres
ident, opened the meeting withi
the conservation pledge and
presented to the members the
attractive year books compiled
by Mrs. Mabel Durgin, Mrs.i
Geneva Hentges, Mrs. H. G.
Townsend and the president.
The club voted to continue
thn theraov program at the
Roseburg Administration Hospi
tal and Mrs. Hentges was ap
nnintcd therapy chairman. Mrs
Durgin was named chairman
for th Christmas show, "Yule-
t!H Festival." Mrs'. H. G
Townsend was appointed chair
man fo the horticultural maga
zine sale in which all clubs in
the state participate. Mrs. war
rim Hnllnwell will assist her.
Mrs. G. J. Aspey, horticultural
chairman, reported on tne stor
ing of fuchsias and geramiums
for the winter. Mrs. x. omn
ripll cucst sDeaker. gave an in
teresting and informative talk
on forcing bulbs, according to
Erma Best, corresponaeni.
During the workshop period,
Mrs. Durgin isplayed a terrari
urn arranged in a brandy snift
er, and Mrs. Wilson demon
strated the arrangement of a
terrarium.
An invitation to attend the
Lookingglass Garden Club show
on Oct. 18 was read. The club
also received an invitation to
the fall district meeting to De
held Oct. 22 in the music room
of the Days Creek school. ThBjto plant, trim the roots and
Riddle club was requested to water a Bonsai pot. This was
bring a hot dish. Registration; an interesting and instructive
is from 9 to 10 a.m. Scheduledjdemonstration, according to
speaker is Russell B. Rummel; Mrs. Dave Thrush, correspond
on the subject "Bonsai." Maryient.
Jacoby of Lookingglass will ,Mrs. Ruby Evans of Los An
talk on bulbs. 'eeies was a guest. The next
As chairman of the anti-litter
committee, Mrs. Hollowell re-! Elaine Thrush on Tuesday, Nov
Dorted on the city dump truck, ember 5. The fourth arrange-
service to be available during
Fire Prevention Week. airs,
Hollowell won the door prize,!
Crocuses
.. ... .
' P'am ln amaryiiis lam
ily. It gets its name from its
many delicate white blossoms
which seem to be made of snow
and grows in many parts of
the world. It is one of the hardi
est outdoor plants. In England
the people call the plant the
"Fair Maid of February.".
They are easy to cultivate as
the bulbs can be planted in a
sheltered place in early fall and
left to themselves and require
very little attention.
Another early blooming flow-
a bouquet of mixed chrysanthe
mums.
Mrs. Wilson, Riddle club pres-
ident, was reported as winner
of two blue ribbons, one red'
ribbon and a purple rosette!
sweepstakes ribbon for fruit
entries at the Veterans Admin
istration Garden Roundup Show.
The November meeting of the
Riddle club will be at the home
of Mrs. J. L. Aikins.
CALAPOOIA CLUB
The Calapooia Garden Club
met recently at the clubhouse
near Umpqua for its first fall
meeting. The business meeting
was called to order at 1:30 p.m.
by Mrs. Raymond Stephens, the
new president.
Several field trips were plan
ned. Mrs. John Bacon was ap
pointed to make a date with
the Cooper Gardens in Canyon
ville for the first trip and mem
bers are to be notified of date
and place to meet. The club
house grounds which comprise
about three-quarter of an acre
reportedly need a fall cleanup
and plans are under way to
apportionate it into four sec
Hons and then appoint a com
mittee for each section, there
by dividing the work and pro
moting new ideas. Getting home
gardens ready for winter was
also discussed. Mrs. Cleve Mil
ler and Mrs. John Bacon were
hostesses for the day.
The next meeting will be held
Nov. 7.
CAMAS VALLEY CLUB
The Camas Valley Garden
Club met Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Clyde Spurlock for the
regular business meeting and
the third lesson on flower ar-i
ranging, with 14 members and
two guests present.
The morning was spent on
the lesson, fruit and vegeta
ble arrangements and choosing
the right container, given by
Mrs. Spurlock. Mrs. James
Combs won the prize on a writ
ten game, given by Mrs. Spur
lock on the lesson.
Sack lunches, dessert and bev
erages were served at noon by
the hostess.
The president, Mrs. Jack Wil
son, presided over the business
meeting in the afternoon. Mrs.
Lucille MacLean and Mrs. Jer
ry Dancer were welcomed into
the club as new members,
Plans -are getting under way
for the annual Christmas flow
er show.
Russell Rummel of Roseburg
gave the program on Bonsai
seedlings. He demonstrated how
meeting will be at the home of
ment lesson will be on dry ma-
tenau, to De given by the mem
bers and students.
In Nov,
er to be planted now is the
crocus. The specie was brought
to this country from the Old
World. It grows from a small
round or flattened corm, a solid
bulb, which has a rough fibrous
covering. Each bulb bears
but one flower goblet-shaped
and usually 3 to S inches tall.
It is made up of six parts,
three petals and three sepals
colored alike and united into a
slender tube at the base. It has
three stamens which bear the
pollen and a long, central pistil
which branches at the top and
ends in a three-fan-shaped stig
ma. '
The slowers are of many col
ors white, yellow, orange,
rose, lavender, purple and blue.
Some are of solid colors while
others are prettily striped or
variegated. The flowers are fol
lowed by a bunch of stiff, very
narrow grass-like leaves, each
having a white stripe down the
middle. The crocus is one of
the first flowers to push throng
uie snow in tne very earlviBmmms have a married daueh
spring. Groupings are very at-
tractive when planted in a lawn,
The plants bloom and wither
weeks before it is time to cut
the grass for the first time.
They are very inexpensive and
easy to grow. The yellow crocus
or "Cloth of Gold" is one of
one most popular. -The autumn
crocus is called colchicum.
History Colorful
The crocus was a favorite
flower of the early Greeks. In
iireeK mythology a boy who wa
in love with the nymph "Smi
lax" was changed into a crocus
blossom. "Crocus" is also the
Latin word for saffron. Saffron
is obtained from the stamens of
a crocus which blooms in the
autumn.
The crocus plant is grown
commercially chiefly in Iran.
Saffron is used as a stimulant
in medicine, as a coloring in
cakes and candies and as a
dye. Much saffron has now been
replaced by aniline dyes.
Relatives Visit
In Riversdale
By BEVERLY CHRISTIAN
Harry Burr of Metolius spent!
last week visiting friends in the
Roseburg area. He visited in
Riversdale with his brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Burr, and assisted them in get
ting settled In their new expand
dble trailer home on Quail
Lane.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Babbitt
and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Babbitt
and the men's father, of Comp
ton, Calif., arrived on Saturday
to visit with Mr. and Mrs. John
Burkhart and other relatives.
Mrs. Horace Babbitt is a niece
of Mrs. Burkhart. They are con
sidering moving to this area
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stark and
family spent the weekend in
Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wickman
were called to Kelso, Wash., re
cently by the death of the for
mer s grandmother. Wickman
has spent the last several
weeks at Diamond Lake, paint
ing on some of the new cabins
Missionary Workers Due Here
For Six-Day Mission School
"A Great Door Is Opened"
will be the theme for the School
of Missions to be held nightly
at 7:30, Oct. 20-25 at the First
Christian Church, Douglas and
Kane in Roseburg.
Many Participate
The School of Missions is an
annual effort of cooperating
Churches of Christ and Chris
tian Churches in Oregon, Wash
ington and Idaho. The program
is planned so that six mission
ary speakers tour the churches
for five weeks, speaking each
evening except Saturday. The
tour takes them to 30 centers
in each of which a host con
gregation has agreed to invite
other interested churches with
in driving distance to join in
the meetings. By this means
more than a hundred congrega
tions are involved in the 180 ses
sions of the school, James
Smith, host pastor, reports
The speakers and dates of
their appearance here are: Tom
Courtney, Southern Rhodesia,
Sunday, Oct. 20, Harlan wood
ruff, Okinawa. Oct 21; Harold
Fowler, Italy, Oct. 22; Ray
Carlson, Philippines, Oct 23;
Robert West, Japan, Oct. 24;
and Warren Moore, Canada,
Oct. 25.
Warren Moore has served in
his field for one year, while
Robert West is a veteran of
10 years, Harlan Woodruff, 15
years, and Ray Carlson, 22
years of mission work. The
Carlsons began the work at
Cebu in the Philippines. Follow
ing war time imprisonment,
they returned to their work
which now includes a college
for training workers and exten
sive village evangelism. The
program of the Woodruffs in
Okinawa also includes a college,
with evangelistic efforts reach
Days Creek Ranch Purchased
By Family From
By MRS. DURNIN SWINGLEY
The 430-acre ranch house of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. (Bob) Grif
fin, two miles up Days Creek
from the community center, has
been sold to Mr. and Mrs
Ralph Brumm of Nemo, S. D.lsecond year at Southern Oregon
Tin Griffins, with their two
youngest sons, Tom and rat,
who are In the upper grades,
are to remain on the place
through the winter, at least un
til February awaiting the arriv
al of the Brumms. Their future
plans are still indefinite.
The Griffin family bought the
ranch in September 1950 and re
sided in the small cottage on It
until they built their present
three-bedroom modern home.
Other improvements have in'
eluded the building of two large
ponds, the clearing of consider
ablo land and planting of perm'
anent pastures. They engaged
chiefly in sheep-raising.
Brumm, who is a building con'
tractor at Nemo, in the extreme
western part of South Dakota,
just northwest of Rapid City,
plans to reaise cattle here. The
ter.
This ranch partly includes the
former home of the pioneer
William (Bill) Perdue family. A
daughter of the William Per-
dues, Mrs. Guy Smith of Can-
yonviDe, three of their sons,
Daniel Perdue, James M. (Ted)
Perdue,, and the late Ophir Per
due were among family mem
bers born at the old family
home.
Judith Ellefson and Harriett
Simon, both freshmen at Uni
versity of Oregon and room
mates at Carson Hall, spent the
weekend here with their famil-
ies. They were accompanied
home by Rosemary Porter of
Tiller, who is also a U. of 0.
freshman. All three graduated
from Days Creek High School,
Yugoslav Chief
Alters Schedule
Due To Illness
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (UPI)
President Tito of Yugoslavia
battled today an apparent at
tack on influenza which forced
his aides to prepare a new
schedule for the 71-year-old
Balkan leader's abbreviated
visit to the United States.
Tito stayed in bed in the 200-
year-old Allen-Byrd House here
after wiring Gov. Edmund G.
Brown of California he
would be unable to visit the
West Coast.
The Communist leader be
came ill Thursday night and his
two physicians reported h i s
temperature than rose to 100.2
degrees.
The U.S. chief of protocol,
Ahgier Biddle Duke, said in a
press briefing Friday night Tito
was improved and planned to
leave here Sunday morning for
New York.
The two Yugoslav physicians
and Tito's 39-year-old wife, Jo-
vanka. remained at his side
most of Friday. The Yugoslav
flag, blue-white-red, a red star
in its center, hung in front of
the 18th century dwelling re
served for special guests of col
onial Williamsburg, Inc.
Security forces ringed tne
two-story building.
lng 65 villages. The Wests, both
having been teachers in this
country, have carried on an ex
tensive teaching ministry. Mr.
West has taught in a Japanese
University as well as the Osaka
Bible Seminary. Their recent
work has been the establishing
of three congregations in rural
Okayama where there were no
Christians previously.
iwu oi uie speaKers are pre -
paring ior ineir xirsi lerms oil
: n n . i u-
w" ""1 '
luriner minister oi uie rirsi
Christian Church, Beaverton,
and Harold Fowler is a former
member of the faculty of Ozark
Bible College, Joplin, Mo. Both
men have made extensive stu
dies of their fields. All of the
missionaries will use slide pic
tures in their presentations.
Education Is Purpose
The primary purpose of the
School of Missions is not the
raising of funds but education
in mission work and arousing
within the churches a concern
for taking the Christian mes
sage to those who have not
had the opportunity to hear it.
This is particularly vital be
cause the missionaries on this
program are not sent by a de
nominational board or agency
Dut are supported directly by
churches and individuals, ac
cording to Arlene Skaugset, mln
ister of education at the host
church.
The School of Missions will
culminate in the Northwest Mis
sionary Conference to be held
at Central Christian Church inl
Portland, Nov. 6 through 8. The
six participating missionaries
plus other speakers will develop
the theme "A Great Door Is
Opened." The program will in
elude sermons and discussion
on various phases of mission
concern.
South Dakota
Eileen Richardson returned
last week to the University ofj
Oregon for her sophomore year.
Eileen is staying in the cooper
ative Highland House this year.
busan Wheaton is entering her
College at Ashland. Tom Mich
aels has returned to Klamath
Falls for his junior year at Ore
gon Technical Institute, having
transferred there a year ago
after attending SOC as a fresh
man. Patricia Bennett of Eugene
wn n rprpnt dtpst nf Harriott
Simon at the parental Wallace
. .
Hovey home. The two girls
attended business college in Eu
gene during the summer.
Recent callers at the Durnin
Swlngley home were Mr. and
Mrs. Truman Dunn of Tyler,
Tex., who were making a 10-
day visit with Mrs. Dunn's
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Loson Winn, south of
Cahyonvllle. They had driven
north to visit their son-in-law
and daughter at Great Falls,
Mont., before coming to Oregon.
Tholr cAn.ln.1nu 1c In Annrpn nf
nnn of th MlnntniriBn In the!
Lewistown, Mont., area. Theiw-U be honored at an open
men are taken out to their sta
tions daily in a large helicopter
except in very bad weather.
Mrs. Dunn, Texia Gllbraith be
fore her marriage, formerly
made her home with the Winns
for several years. '
ROSEBURG
APOSTOLIC FAITH CHURCH
U3 N. E. Channon SI.
John M. Clarno, Pasior, Ph. 472-1291
FIRST LANDMARK MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH
Labor Temple, 142 s. E. Roberts
Elder Lynn Mayall, Pastor
Rt. I, BOX 374 B Ph. 6717963
B'BLC MISSIONARY CHURCH
M9 Meadow Lane. Rosepuru
Rev. E. J. Charon, Pallor. Ph. 6734137
ASSEMBLY OP OOD
511 N6 Naih St. Pn. 673-8137
CATHOLIC CHURCH, ST. JOSEPH'S
600 w. Stanton 5t.
Fr. Eunan Bueklev. Pastor
Reelorv 800 w. Stanton, Ph. 671-5157
CHURCH OP CHRIS1
311 w. Military Ave. Ph. 673-3313
lot-n M. rorK. OA nisi
1714 NW Kline SI. Ph. 673-5643
PULL GOSPEL CHURCH OP OOD
3035 N. Stephens Street
Rev. C. S. Mcoulre Ph. 671-3433
"CHURCH OP JESUS CHRI51 OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS ,
Comer Lane ft. Main Streets
Bishop Ralph Anderson Ph. 673-4035
FIRST CHURCH OP THE NAZARENE
1134 SE Douglas Ave. Ph. 671-3067
(One blocK East ot the Courthouse!
Edward J. GalhJD. Minister
900 E. Douglas Ave. Ph. 673-7593
CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE
1643 S.E. Jackson St.
9v. Lawrence A. Smith. Jr.. Pastor
1644 SE Hamilton St. pn. era-z-ws
' CHURCH OF CHRIS1
Garden Valley Blvd.
(1 block East ol G M Junction)
Ph. 673-5417
CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN
1501 NW Keasey Rood Ph. 472.3050
Rv. Verne A. Robinson
1740 NW Grove Lone Ph. 473-5611
FIRS1 BAPTIST
13 SE Lane Ave. Ph. 673 3022
1425 SE Virginia Ct. Ph. 672-3013
Or. Eugene Qernn. ---as-or
FAITH LUTHERAN
(National Lutheran Councn)
1110 NE Malheur Ave. Ph. 672-2231
Allen G tnneoriisen,
Pastor
344 W. Berdlne St.
Ph. 673-6129
FIRSl METHODIS1
753 SE Main St. Ph. 472.1429
Rev. Clark Enl, pasior
FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST
Norlh vino St., ecrosi the street from
Joseph Lane Junior nign
Rov. Lester P. Stone
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Lane s. Jackson Streets. Ph. 671-5559
Rev lohn e. Adams, pasior
112 SE Main SI. Ph, 472-1101
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
(Anderson, Ind.)
546 N E Chestnut St
Rev Howard Leverett, Pasior
FIRST CONSERVATIVE BAPTIST
lilt NE Lincoln St. Ph. 673-3014
Roy H. Campbell, pastor
557 NE Winchester
FREE METHOOIST
431 w. Harvard Blvd.
Rev. R. A. HMklns. Pastor
3721 W. Sanders Ph. 671-1566
tEVENTH.DAV ADVENTIST CHURCH
NW Garden Valley Blvd., Ph.672-1542
Elder A P Rllz. Pasior
267 SE Pllier St. Ph. 471-661S
; .lA1Tnu--,I:v- church of Christ
Newton creek Roeo
Llovd M. Whlllord. Pasior
i n 70 Ph m.ux
JESUS NAME CHURCH
Diamond Lake Blvd. E. City Limits
h. e. Ke so. pastor
Rt. 1, Box 251 Ph. 671-7992
WESTSIDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
2712 W. Harvard Blvd. Ph. 6714201
Rev. Donald H. Smllh. Minister
2712 W. Harvard Blvd. Ph. 672-4747
FIRST CHRISTIAN
Douglas . Kane. Ph. 671-4566
Jemes C. smllh. Minister
14 W. Lllburn Ph. 672.1401
Krlene Skaugset, Minister of Education
CHRISTIAN-MISSIONARY ALLIANCE
Hucrett Church
NW Garden Vallev Blvd. Ph. 672-4576
"ev. Ron cioson, pasior. vea w. siamon
FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST SCIENTIST
1124 SE Douglas
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
1069 NE Willow St. Ph. 673-6240
Kenneth Curtis, Minister
NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH
Foursquare!
152 Rlflo Range Road
ttev. Chorles W. lacobs. Pastor
Ph. 473-7297
NOR1H ROSEBURO CHURCH
VANOELICAL UNITED BRETHREN
1551 NE Vine St. Ph. 473-5234
Waller R. Rowley, Pastor
RE-OROANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS
CHRIST OP LATTER DAY SAINTS
veterans Memorial Building
Louis Verbeck Jr.. Paslor
NW Fisher Road Ph. 471-1704
ST. OEOROE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
SE Main end Cats
Rev. Alfred Tyson, Rector. Ph. 473-4046
pes: 657 se Kane w
UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP
OF ROSEBURO
For tnlormetlon call 673-5611
673-4743 or 673-1641
FRIENDS SILENT MEETING
Wednesdeys S p.m.
Ph. 671-5109 or 473-;0
Community
Restburg Rtbekah Ledge
Drill team will practice for in
itiation Wednesday, Oct. 23, at
7:30 p.m. at the IOOF Hall.
Mrs, Bruce Carter, who re
cently suffered a heart attack,
is reported to be steadily im
proving in health at Mercy Hos
pital, however, visitors are be
ing limited.
Mr. and Mrs. Parity Oar of
Lookingglass will hold open
houso at their !omo 0ct- ?5
I. ..... . nn j a. ha
between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. in
honor of their silver wedding
anniversary. An invitation is ex
tended to all neighbors and
friends to attend.
Mrs. Bruce Elliott will be
hostess to Badoura Club mem
bcrs at the sewing meeting to
be held Tuesday, Oct. 22, at
1 p.m. at her home in Laurel
wood. Members will spend the
afternoon sewing for the Shrine
Hospital.
Arthur Boytr of Lookingglass
house Sunday In the social
room of the Lookingglass
Church on the occasion of his
80th birthday. Friends are in
vited- to call between 2 and 4
p.m., but are asked not to bring
gifts.
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Church Directory
ROSEBURG
THE SALVATION ARMY
507 NE Winchester Street
Capt. Lesler r.raddock Ph. 673-5391
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
iMIssoun Synod
W. Corey t. Military Sti. Ph. 671-7313
rov w. m nr ens. pastor
716 W. Pltoer Ph. 67MI03
SUTHERLIN
PULL 003PIL TABERNACLE
Rt. Box lea G. Ph. 459-3461
ASSEMBLY OF GOO
D. L. Nultmeler. Pasior
P.O. BOX 331 Ph. 459-1517
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Harold Robblns. Pastor
330 E. Second St. Ph. 459-1633
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Robinson and Comslock Streets
H. R. Thomhlll
1005 E. Second, Suthorlln. Ph. 459-3795
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAIHTS
Sutherlln Logon Hall, Ph. 459-3614
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Branton at Sixth
B. E. Longanecker. Pastor
FIRST METHODIST
Richard Case, Pasior
111 E. Second St. Ph. 459-2941
NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH OF CHRIST
West Central, Sutherlln
Clorles Crane, minister
722 W. Central Ph. 459-2471
FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST"
5th at Willamette
Rt. Box 190 Ph. 459-4037
E. Vance Culpepper, pesfor
FAIR OAKS COMMUNITY
Jewell Pvtes.
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH OP THE
HOLY SPIRIT
Everett and Umatilla Streets
The Rev. R. W. Bunnege, Vicar
St. FRANCIS XAVIER CATHOLIC
North Comslnrk Rnan
i Rev. J. J. Llnehan, Pasior
203 N. Comslock Rd. Sulh. Ph. 459-4043
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
721 W. Central Ave.
Elmer V. Unterseher, Pastor
1005 E Third St. Ph. 459-422!
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN
(Missouri Synod!
E. C Borchardt, Pasior
MYRTLE CREEK
THE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF OOD
of America
Neal Lane and Forrest Road
MYRTLE CREEK CHRISTIAN SCIENCi
SOCIETY
Grant Street. Trl Cltv
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Spruce a, Division Sis. Ph. 843-3715
Rev. James W. Lall, Pastor, Ph. 643 3136
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
(Southern Convention!
South Myrtle Road
ST. MATTHEW'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
(see under Trl-Clty
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
l'A miles S. ol Myrtle Creek
Julian D. Lewis. Pastor Ph. 43-3714
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
lie Oak St
FIRST METHODIS1 CHURCH
Rev. Donald Campbell, Pasior
29 W 2nd Ave. Ph. 663-4357
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Johnson 6. Spruce sta.
Elder Harry Davis, Pasior. Ph. S63-345I
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
The Rev. R. W. Bunnage, Vlcar
Ph. 661-4261 or (Roseburg) 671 5441
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
J E. Meyers. Minister
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
111 NW Second St.
ALL-SOULS CATHOLIC CHURCH
N. Spruce St.
Fr. Joseph Cornier Ph. 163-3T71
GLENDALE
OLENDALE MISSIONARY BAPTIST
Willie Berrong, Sundey School Supt.
Gllnertson Avenue
OLENDALF BAPTIlT CHURCH
PO Box 66 Ph. S32-494S
Rev. Harley While, Pasior
JESUS NAME PENTACOSTAL CHURCH
Locker Addition
Fred Brovn In charge of Services
OLIVET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Pacific Ave. at Second St.
Rev. Norman Nauoler Pastor
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
Molly Street
Harry B. Davis. Pastor
Myrtk Creek Ph. S63-14SI
ifHURCH OF CHRIST CHRISTIAN
Welly Peterson, Psstor
1790V Alder, Eugene, Pro.
OLENDALE ASSEMBLY OF OOD
Fourth ft Willis
Rev. Robert S. Hutchinson, Psstor
143 Gllbertson Ave., Ph. S3! 3044
HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH
Marshall Sfieet
YONCALLA
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
1420 E. Central, Sutherlln
Elmer Unterseher
CHURCH OF CHRIST
2nd end B sts.
Rev. M. Holllsler, Pastor Ph. VI 9-2346
YONCALLA MSTfHODIST CHURCH
Rev. J. Palmer somen. Minister
PUBLISHED BY THE NEWS-REVIEW AS A PUBLIC SERVICE
Sat., Oct. 19, 1963 Tke- News-Review, Page 5
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Arambura
are newcomers here from Yon-
calla and are residing at 1531
NE John St. Aramburo is with
Forrest Industries.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Worklnger
and baby son have moved from
Ashland to 2733 NW Calkins
Road. Workinger is with Cal
Pacific Utilities.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Skaug
and children have moved from
Corvallis to Roscburg and have
purchased the residence at 2026
NW Kline St. Skaug is a teacher
at Roseburg High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Del Voiles have
moved from Brainerd, Minn, to
Roscburg and are residing at
654 NE Winchester. The former
is a teacher at Joseph Lane
School. ,
Carol Weiss, who was , spon
sored by the IOOF from this
locality for the pilgrimage to
the United Nations,, will show
pictures and give a talk on her
trip Tuesday, Oct. 22, at the
Roscburg Rebekah Lodge No.
41 meeting at 8 p.m. at the
IOOF Hall. Thcta Rho girls arc
also invited as well as visiting
Rebekahs. Rebakahs arc . to
bring a wrapped white elephant
and also doughnuts for the cof
fee hour.
YONCALLA
ASSEMBLY OP OOD CHURCH
Rev. James Copeland, Pasior
B St. and Applegata Ph. VI 9-3
MELROSE
MELPOSE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Rt. 3 Box 740 Ph. 672-1511
Glenn E. Davit, Pasior
RIVERSDALE
RIVERSDALE UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL
Don Myers. Supt.
WINSTON
WINSTON METHODIST CHURCH
(See Dlllard)
ASSEMBLY OF OOD
South end Darrell St. Phi 679-5605
Rev. William a. Gamer, pastor
WINSTON CHRISTIAN CHURCH
457 Gregory St.
Ernest 1. Mitchell
HOUSE OP REFUGE
(Full Gospeli
Old Time Rellalon
Rev. R. Perkins, Rev. I Cavlns, Pastors
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Cary Avenue, Winston
IWIIHom Turner, Elder Ph. 472-31
FOURSQUARE GOSPEL CHURCH
Baker A Darrell Streets
Rev Mery J. Whiting,
Rev. Delores Dukeman, Pesfors
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Suksdorf St. Winston, Oigon
WINSTON CONGREGATION, JEHOVAH
WITNESSES
South Civil Bend Avenue
Ramon L. Zamoran, Pasior
renmlle Ph. 479-5410
WINSTON MBNNONITE CHURCH
East end Suksdorf St.
Roy E. Hosteller, Pasior
Ph. 479-5426
RIDDLE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Main At Third Street
Rev. Donald Rich, Pastor
pe" church 0 OOD
Rev. A. F. Riley, Gen. Supt.
CONSERVATIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
(see Trl-Clty)
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (tee Trl-Clty)
ASSEMBLY OP OOD CHURCH
Second end B St.
M. G. Hlxon, Pasior
Ph. S74-1749
CHURCH OP THE ASCENSION
(Episcopal)
The Rev. R. W. Bunneqe, Vlcar
Ith end D Streets Ph. 174-1711
CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE
Smllh Street
Rev. Harold Pollack Jr., Pastor
Box 221 Ph. 674-2741
"CHURCH OF GOD (not Pentecostal)
Rev. Frank C. Wagoner, Pastor
405 Mary St. Ph. 674-2319
WILBUR
FIRST METHODIST
Vllbur-Glkle Road
Richard Case, Pasior
OAKLAND
Rev. Ournl Noah, Pailor
ASSEMBLY OC OOD CHURCH
First and Cypres. Stt
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Second and Pine Sts. Ph. 459-1611
Ronald D. Spauldlng, Pastor
COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN
Ph. 459-1111
Rev. Nell W. Brown, Pastor
IIS SE tth Ph. 459-2964
GOSPEL TABERNACLE
Rev Wm. E. Wood, Pasior
110 NE 5th St. Ph. 459-1471
TRI-CITY
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Myrtle Creek Ph. 163-4361
Rev. Richard Rohrbaugh. Pasior
Rt. 1, Box 333B. Myrtle Creek. 663-3043
CONSERVAT.Ve BAPTIS'l CHURCH
,:rest Drive, Myrtle Creek Ph. 163-1991
Donald p. Bowl, pasior
Rt. Box 254, Myrtle Creek
ST. MATTHEW'S LUTHERAN CHURCh
Veterans Memorial Building
E. C. Borchardt, Pasior
It Comslock, Sutherlln Ph. 459-4095
TENMILE
ASSEMBLY OF OOD
James Block, Ph. 679-5271
TENMILI COMMUNITY CHURCH
(Melhodlsl)
Dr. J. T. Dixon, minister
GLIDE
CHURCH OP THE OPEN BIBLE
Across from Glloe High school
Re'. Raymond Warner, Pasior
PO Box 141, Ph. 496-1161
LITTLE RIVER COMMUNITY
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Lltlle River Christian Camp
Gerald Rudberg, Minister
CHURCH OF CHRIST
North of Post Office
loy K. Antrim, Pastor
Box 44, Glide Ph. 496-1401
News
Mr. and Mrs. Keith R. Ltr
'Id and son and daughter have
moved from Grants Pass to
Roseburg and have purchased
the home at 446 W. Hickory.
Lerfaid is with the Oregon State
Police.
Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Llmback-
r, who recently moved here,
have purchased the residence
at 347 W. Bowden St. They for
mcrly resided in Myrtle Point.
They have three sons and a
daughter. Limbackcr is an en
gineer with the State Highway
Dept. The homo was formerly
owned by Mr. and Mrs. Charles.
Brundigc, who have moved to
Salem to reside.
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Jacobson
returned to their home in Laur
elwood Friday, following a trip
to Mcdford Thursday to take
their son and daughter-in-law,
Captain and Mrs. Richard Jac
obson, and small daughter, Tra
cy, who took the plane for their
home in Wichita Falls, Tex.,
where Captain Jacobson is as
signed to Shcppard Air Force
Base SAC Wing as a pilot of a
jet refueling tanker K135. The
Jacobsons have been here the
last three weeks visiting at the
Jacobson home and with Mrs.
Jacobson's father, Ray Emery.
GLIDE
CHURCH Or OOD OP PROPHECY
12 mites East on N. Umpqua Road
Carl David. Pasior
Idleyld Rt. 119 B ph. 672-294S
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Next door to Glide Grade School
John Manltsak. Pastor
Box 13, Glide Ph. 496-361S
GREEN
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Carnes Road near Hapov Vallev Qrf.
Rev. Leonard Flolh, Pasior Ph. 673.6709
UNION GAP
MISSIONARY BAPTIST
Elder J. R. Cole, Pastor
4S0 S. First St., Cottage Grove
UNION GAP BIBLE CHURCH-
31. 1, Box 320, Sutherlln
i none norm of siitrutpi.n
LOOKINGGLASS
COMMUNITY ruuim
Rev. Gordon Titus, Pastor Ph. 673-4796
GARDEN VALLEY
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Rev. T. D. Williams, Pasior '
California Evangelistic Association
ELKTON
ASSEMBLY OP OOD
Rev. Dorothy Christian
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Rev. Ed west. Pastor
DRAIN
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Cedar and Payton sis.
Rev. J. J. Llnehan, Pastor
203 N. Comslock Road, Sutherlln
Ph. 459-4041
FIRST BArllSl
Payton street Ph. rr- 6-9617
Rev. Oils L. Doherty, Minister
moreianq wvenue Pn TP 4-9704
SAINT DAVID'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH '
i ana acnooi 5IS. TE 6-9302
Rev. Fr. C. T. Abbott Jr.
.0. Box 511, Collage Grove WH 2-3477
THE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF GOB
nignway norm and send Creek Road
Rev. W. H. Johmnn. PjfM
PO BOX 46 Ph. YEmole 6.9611
METHODIST CHItDCU
' . Ph. TE 6-9463
William M. PHrkar. Mlnlaf
135 A St. Ph. TE 6-9449
DILLARD
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Corner Kent and Church Sts.
Henry A. Klrkland, Preacher
Rose St. Ph. 479-5024
CHURCH OP nnn
Rev. Calvin J. Rogers. Pestor
PU POX 234 Ph. 679-6673
DILLARD.WINtTflM Msrrunriic?
Corner Fourth St. and Ulnhwu ee
Everett H. Gardner, Pastor Ph. 679.5731
DIXONVILLE
PINE GROVE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Rev. Earl H. Peterson, Pastor
Ph. 671-7507
AZALEA
AZALEA COMMUNITY CHURCH
Cow Creek Roari
Rev. Arnold U. Dalke, Peslor, 117-513;
CANYONVILLE
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (see Trl-Clty)
PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OP GOD
OP AMERICA
Surprise Volley at Canvonvllte
Rev, and Mrs. F. A. Jeffers, Pastors
CANYONVILLE CHURCH OF CHRIST
W. First street
James McFle, Pastor
Ph. S74-13Q4 Riddle
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Leland and Geary sts.
Rev. Arthur Ally, Pastor
GOSPEL TABERNACLE
5th end Main Ph. S39.41M
Claude A. Malan, Pasior
METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Donald CamDbell
419 NW 2nd Ave., Myrtle Creek. 843.4357
SEVENTH-DAT ADVENTIST
Highway 99 Bus. Rt., Canyonvlllo
DAYS CREEK
COMMUNITY METHODIST CHURCH
Minister Alice MM Wool ley
CALAPOOIA
FREE METHODIST
4V4 Miles W. of Sutherlln
W. Ray Mac Beth, Pastor
Umpc-ua Star Rt. Box 45 Ph. 459-3557
CAMAS VALLEY
METHOOIST CHURCH
Or. J. T. Dixon, Pastor
COMMUNITY MISSIONARY CHURCH
Highway 41 at wettslde Rd.
Olen Schlatter, Pastor
Box 10, Comas Volley Ph. 634
TILLER
SO. UMPCJUA COMMUNITY CHURCH
UMPQUA
UMPCHIA SUNDAY SCHOOL
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