The News-Review from Roseburg, Oregon on October 11, 1941 · Page 2
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ROSEBURG NEWS-REVIEW; i6SEBUR&,- ORESOri,- SATUb'XY-,.bc:T6gEft i I ; i & i fr.':V 1 m .n m i Social Calendar Sunday, O-tober 12. , r Entire Sunday school depart mont of .Presbyterian, cjiurch to hold annual rally day program at the church at 9:45 a. m. Monday. October 13 , ( Dr. R. L, Dunns nondennmina-tlomil Bible study das fa inert at 7:45' in evening In dininc hall of linugln hotel. Public invited. , Junior-Senior high ..P.-T. A. to be organized at 7:30 in evening at senior high school. Ifurrls Ellsworth, organising chairman. . All parents of junior and senior high students requested to attend. ,B., R, ,W, C ,to .hold, , nnpunl homecoming party al )i o'clock lp evening al Episcopal parish hall. Past president!) lo act ns hostesses. Jjr..ot W. Thimble dull 1:30 o!-clock .potluek lunclieon at home uS A'rs. A. IX Huwn on Fullorton TPr.. , Tuesday, October 14. . Public inviled lo attend motion picture and talkie of the "Life of St. Paul" to be show n at 8 o'clock in evening at St. Paul's Lutheran church. No admission charge. Freewill offering to be tnken to defray expenses... This Illustrated- lecture will he under the auspices of the Young People's Leaeuc of the church. Eagles auxiliary to hold meet-' Ing at 8 o'clock in evening at Eagles hall. , F, S. club to . hold ,afternoon meeting at home o Mrs. Harry F. Hatfield. .Inter-So Study, club 1. o'clock oesseri-iuuciioon at home of Mrs. Charles Doorncr al Mulrose. Roll call topics by Mrs. Paul Gcddes, Mrs-, C. M. Stark, Mrs. R. B. Hampton. Program topic on VUruguay," in charge of Mrs. Robert Hawley. , , i Roscburg Rebokah lodge No. 41 to meet at. 7:30 in evening at i. O. O. F. hnli. Degree staff practice following, meeting.. Wednesday October 15. ' Roseburg Ait and Kmhroiilei-y club. to hold afternoon meeting at tyomevpi, Mrs. Frank Heals. Mem bers asKed to' prepare number fofHi?"'- 'rf"u kVR ''- Kardenlas. nroeram , T he bridegroom's niot her wore a -, program - New Idea club to meet at one Velock luncheon at home of Mrs. Alcn Moore., , 4 Thursday, October 16. .. Country club ladles to meet, at 9:30 a. m. at clubhouse for contract bridge, play; potluek luncheon at 12:30 o'clock and golfing nt 1:30. George Slarmer auxiliary sewing club all-day meeting at Red Cross rooms. Members asked to brln .their own noon lunch. Eastern Star annual homecoming and past matrons and past patrons night at 8 o'clock at temple. Special music and drill honoring past matrons and past pal-ions. Pictures to he shown by lr. li. It. .Shoemaker. Refreshments, in charge of Airs. L. A. Dlllard and Mrs. W. R. Urown. I'hilctarlnn lodge No. S lo meet at I. O, O. F. hall at 7:30 In evening to conler flrsl degree on candidate (or Myrtle Creek lodge. Saturday. O-tober 18. Catholic rummage sale at former Maildox grocery building on Jackson slieel. Mrs. T. H. Ness, Mrs. J. A. Mai ding and Mrs. R. L. C,apenter III charge. October 23. Lady Klks to meet at 8 o'clock In evening at temple. October 25. , Catholic rummage sale at former. .Maddux grocery building. October 28. Puhllc inviled lo Catholic benefit enlertainmenl at parish hall al 8 o'clock in evening. Special lealures. Miss Helen Casey to present one-act comedy, "The yVcdding." October 29. . Second showing of Catholic entertainment. .lull's Daughter's Council benefit puhllc card parly al 7:30 dessert-supper at Masonic temple. November 1. ' Florence Nightingale Tent No. 15. Daughters of l.'nion Veterans of Civil War to siuisor baaar at Powell's hardware store. Clarice Hcnedirk. Evelyn Cyrus and Anna Ciuaon in. cii, title. , Hard time dancing party ut Country clubhouse lor members und Invited guests. November 13, 14, 15. B. P. VV, C. lo sponsor Sam Gordon, "The Kibitzer," in three-day instruction course in contract . bridge. November 15-16. . Catholic church two day h.iaur. November 82. . , Episcopal fuild haaar nt parish hall. Sale ol food, aprons! V towels. While elephant sale. Ten from two lo five. By LOTUS KNISHT PORTER M'.ee niUw, tZ.i,J J r J n ' M'- u'ed' showed colored rno - ISS UOrOJny OrfT0na a fid rred Mention pictures of Honolulu during MaFry M Bdautlfui At one of the of fall weddings, Miss: Dorothy- Ger-mnnd, beautiful daughter of Mrs. Cynthia Gcrmond of this city, became the bride of Fred Dent, son of Mr. and . Mrs. J. E. Rosehurg, at the Flrsl Christifin church Sunday,, Octnhoi.; fith. Dr. Charles A. Edwards performed (he, impressive f jng, corpmony at two, o'clock In (lie presence of. a large number of . relatives and close friends of the couple. Large white chrysanthemums. asters and colorful autumn leaves arranged in tall baskets and interspersed, with .fourteen tall cathedral candles, formed a very neautitui setting lor . the ceremony, , The. church decorations wore in charg;- of Mrs. II, L, Whipple and Mrs. C. E. Wim- iM-rJy,.,, , . - .Preceding the ceremony. Mrs. Frances Lintolt , played Schu bert's Serenade and Oh, Promise Me on thu pipe organ f d played suit organ music throughout the wedding service. The. bride, who was given, in marriage by her, uncle, Thomas Scutt, was very lovely in a floor-length . white satin wedding gown fashioned with u plaited, fJlMs. .bodioo ..with. i sweetheart neckline and short sleeves. I Ier wedding veil was finger Up in JK'V' )vil? ""''!"'' "' ! of..wh "'" "mvm' hc I the back of the tiara was form ed by the bridal wreath of oram'e bloss'im.i worn by the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Virginia Ap-plcgaic mow 90 years of aum at i her wedding in lMlili. The In-hli. carried a shower, bouquet i f boo-viudla and white chrys.H:-.tiie-mums. Mls. .IS. L. H.ucile , Geirintid! Wrtit.r, ol Portland, was maLon 'of .honor for her sister ind ivi.s rharnVngilp-flntir-Jenglh blue vl- vol' altenioon gown. She carried a, b'jiqicl of . dcep pitik ;,inia-tlons, vhlle daisies ami f ) o. I. M. Dunn, brother-in-law of the brklegroom, was best man. , The bride's mother wore an at tractive dark blue lace dress fashioned with a plaited skirt dark blue velvet dress and .her corsage was also of gardenias. :. Following the wedding ceremony, a reception was belli at the home of the bride's mother on.East Douglas street. Gorgeous bouquets of asters and chrvsan- themums were used about the rooms. The ' serving table was covered by a white cloth and cen tered by a white bowl of dark pink rosebuds flanked by tail white, tapers. The beautifully dec oruled tliree-liered while wed-I ding cake was cut by the brides sister, Mrs. E. L. Wert.. Alts. I. M. Dunn presided at t If punch bowl and assisting In u.ivIiir were: Mrs. Wright T. Mallery, Jr. I nee Betty liusselH; Mrs. II. W. Amason, Jr. I nee Beltv Ijuinel, and Miss Merle El irksot). I he many beautitul wedding and shower gifts were disnlavcd in an adjuining room. Relatives or the bride Included: Mrs. Cyntlila Germond. Mrs. Vir ginia Applegate, Mr. and .Mrs. Thomas Scott and son. Henry, Mr. and Mrs. William It. Anderson and son. William Henry, Mr. and Mrs. E. I.. Well., of port-land. H. C. Germond, Mr. anil Mrs. H. O. Lehman of Oakland, Ore., Mr. anil Mrs. I'. L. Ger mond. Mrs. M. D. Germond, Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Gerinond and fam ily, all ot Umpqua, Mr. and Mrs. JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB RUSH PARTY IS CHARMING AFFAIR The annual Rush party ot the liuilor Woman's club was t charming affair at a seven o'clock dessert supper at the club house Monday evening. Colored andles, a trull tilled sombrero and lotted cacti iornied a pretty Mexican motif fur the table. Club oliiivrs were Introduced and Mrs. Leon Yearwopd told of the dull activities. A hivciy pin was presented by the president, Mrs. C. V. Smith to Mrs. G. V. Wimhorly. vluh adv isor. Plans were announced for the initiation ol new members to taie Wednesday, ..i X, .. place with Mrs. Leon Ycarwood in I Those pri'sctii ini-iuded. Mis. Benjamin Du Fresnc. Miss Merle Ericksou. Miss Bcalriiv Coonev. Mis. Ralph Herman. Mrs. .1. F.. Hetiliesl. Miss Hetty Strong, Mrs C. K. Smith, Vi-s. Carl Wassom. Mrs, Donald Vhlte, Miss Moroihy Whils, Mlss Helen Hlodgett, .Mrs. Edw in Gardner, Mrs. I!. Craig. Kuilerton. Mr. and Mrs. Val Covers were plaird at an at-Mrs. , Jerry lUsnn. Mrs. Perry I Strong and Mr. ami Mrs. w. .1 i -.. iv-..i- ..,.., i.,i.i ,.ui ,.. ... I hlele. M' s. Bernard Walsh. vMrs.j Harold Haskin, Mrs. Fletcher i Gardner. Mlfs Imrolliy Crummell i Miss ratrtcla IMrner, Mi's, l.eon canixM!. MI::s'IVtly Sn k. Mist, i Belly Mav Whipple, Mis. G. '. ' Wedding Sunday Lcit Barker and family, and Mr.the occasion with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lou Applegato and fam-: Jenkins and Mrs, Lcedy Included: ily of Drain, Roy Applegate and Miss Margaret Gildea, Mr. Ross family of I.os Anifeles. Mr. and 'sommer, Mrs. B. Casey and Mrs. Charles Sparks and family I rt.i,.hter Miss Helen ui n.i,. of Portland, and Mrs. Bessa Rass mussell, Relatives of the bridegroom in- eluded: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dent, , worth, .Attorney and Mrs, a L. nnd W. E. Buchanan. Sr., Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Dunn and i Whipple, Mr. and Mrs. Harry S ' Eugene, son, Michael, Mr. and Mrs. El- i Black, Mr. and Mrs. D. 1L Lenox. On Wednesday Mr. and, Mrs. mer Dent of 1 illomook, Miss Leo- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stewart and ; Young. were Joined In San Fran-la Ewbank of Imoore. Calif., I daughter, Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. T. Cisco by the former's brother and Mr. , and Mrs. J. A. Phel and G. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs- A, A. family of Dexter. Ore., Mr. and Knapp, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hume, Young, of Bakersflcld. Calif., who Mm. L. O. Ewbank of Santa Mr. and Mn. H. C. Stearns and remained with, them until the mm, uiu,'w oess jvi. uem miu jvi r. anu ivirs. L,. iiecoe and daughter, of San Francisco. Other guests included: Miss ParmeJ Nowland, Miss Merle Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Singleton, Mr. and Mrs. Ford Singleton, Mr. and Mm. Roy Frederick J. Porter. Catching and daughter, . Miss ' , Mrs. Leedy, .who recently re-Helen Marie, Mrs. George K. ; turned here from , Honolulu, is Qillno, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth spending several weeks visiting yuine.. Mr. and Mrs. Wright T. her parents, before going to Pen-Mallery, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph sacola, Florida, where her hus-L. Russell. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. hand, Ensign Clark Leedy is sla-Geddes and daughter, Miss Jean, tinned with the U. S. Air corps. Mr.-and Mrs. H .C. Darby, Miss , r ., -, -r ,, Margaret Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. I TEACHERS AND OFFICERS II. W. Amason, Jr., of Shasta IOF METHODIST S. S.. ... City, Calif., Miss June Short, HOLD MEETING MONDAY miss luigenia viruen, Mr. and I Mrs. Howard Mitchell of Whit- tier. Calif.. Mr. and Mrs. B. W Maddox. Mr. and Mrs. B. It. Mad dox, Mrs. Ray Wynne of Eugene Mr. and , Mrs. Benjamin Du!" Fresno. Mr. and Mrs. 10. A. Ki ll, i ton and family. Mr. and Mrs. V. i , A lovcl' seven-thirty o'clock Gu Hickman! Mrs. William Mi'l-V, Harpham and fumily. Miss 11a dessert-supper was served to Mrs. j ,orj Mlss E,8ie Rees0i M(ss A,yce l-uuijhcu, iviih. I'ruoie iiioinger, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schemer, Mr. and Mrs- Fletcher Gardner, Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Edwards, Rev. and Mrs. John A. Barney, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I.iiurance, Air. and Mrs. G. V. Wimherlv, Judge and Mrs. C. E. Wimlierly, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Watson of Eu gene. Attorney and Mrs. It. I,. Whipple and daughter, Mlss Betty Mae, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon ' Stewart. Mr iinri H Hin-i-i, I ' ' ...... . Black, Judge and Mrs. It. v. Marslers, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde iieaio. jonil l nomassene ol Portland. Mr. and Mrs. George 11 tntwueu: Mrs. ueorge cren-, in honor of Mrs. Katherine Mc-Kohlhagen, Mr. and, Mrs. Ola slli,vv' seeretary; Mac Brown, lib-1 Nell. .. Welker. Mrs. Alice Overton, Mr. , -fanan; Marion Feller, song lead- Bingo was enjoyed during the and Mrs. E. A. Helmboldt, Mr.:"1 '""' piumsi; r-iuinc and Mrs. M. R. Richards and 1 Jlloll,''i. assistant pmiust: Elward fHmily of Portland, Mr, and Mrs.!0"1"" aml M:,c "'own, icacners, H. H. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. W. "ml Mrs- J- D. Osburn, head of M. Chalmers and lamilv. Mrs. I11'1' "",c department. Alice (lllivant, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. I. coper and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Whitney of Klamath Falls, Mrs, j L. V. Ruhl and .laughter. Miss Huth Ann, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Coon, Mr. and Mrs. George ScweM, Mr. and Mrs. Washing ton Hughes and Mr. and Mrs Paul Alice! and family. For traveling the bride chose a uircopieco spori ensemnie ut , plaid with a blue hat and match- mg accessnnes. Her corsage was of gardenias. Following a wedding trip to coast points, Portland and Timherlinc lodge. Nil, and Mrs. Dent will return to Roselmrg lo make their home in "', , , , . ' , , ' Both the bride and bridegroom I are popular members of the younger sei Here. I tie unite was younger set nere. . tie was ?T"!m"',W I school in ltl.'IT and attended Sac ramento Junior college for a year and for the last three years has been employed in the Douglas Creditors association office. nil. ueiu was graouaieo irom Rtisehurg high school in and is now employed by the;MRS. ROBERTSON IS Souiliern l'aclllc "mipany. HOSTESS AT CHARMING j INFORMAL PARTY Wimbcrly and the chairmen of. ,. ,, , Mrs. J. Jarvis Robertson enter- Ihe I'vening. Mrs. Paul Smith and;,.,.,,..,, ... ., , ,", ' Mrs. Gordon Stewart. HOUSEWARMING PARTY GIVEN MOTSCHENBACHERS ON SATURDAY EVENING Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. Motschen- hncher were very pleasantly sur- joV(, and , tho , nom. lovrly prised Saturday evening, when a refreshments were served at a group of friends called at their i hire-covered table centered by a home on Winchester street to houl "f uhiu' chrysanthemums. , Covers were placed tor: Mrs give housewarming party. :,,,, ,.;,lwr(tr? Ir, A bcautilul lace tablecloth was. Judy, of Oakland. Mrs. li. M. presented to Mr. and Mrs. Molsch- -Church and daughter, Janet) Mrs. .nhacher from Mr. and Mrs. L. L I.. A. Miles. Mrs. Guv Mintonve H'imherly. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Harth. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long Mr. and Mrs. Ford Singleton. Mr. AT... T 1-m: ,. -,,,-t f and Mis. I.i-inv Hi, ill. Mi. and Mrs. S. C Itichmoml. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Helliweil. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Sip- pirn, mi- and Mrs. .1. K. Ilenhest. I Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hard. Mr. and ! Mrs. II. H. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. i 1 1!. II. Franks. Mr. and Mrs. Louis , I Hmicheid. Cards and blngu were enjoved and al midnight a lovelv supper was servitl. Mrs. Phil Harth and Mil tl 1 1 Turner acted as ili.iir-' men of the nartv. CHARMING PARTV IS I ENJOYED AT J6NK INS -, HOME SATURDAY NIGHT I . Mr. and Mrs. Paul. Jenkins and i their daughter, Mrg. Clark Leedy, Knee Meredith Anno Jenkins) entertained a group of friends at n I very charming party at the at tractive Jenkins' home In Laurel-wood Saturday evening. Color-I f.ul bouquets of fall flowers were '.-Lrraneed about the moms trtf (occasion. Hie plcaxant evening hours, aftei j which lovely refreshments were Hlirved. flOHKlS itlvitnH in nnlnl, MllP Whipple, Miss Eugenia Vir- di.n. John Thnmann. nt Dm-I. land. Mr. and Mm Kan-i.. vn. i (laughter, Miss Madlyn, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. lies. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth W., Klnneyt Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bissell, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Helliweil, Mr. and. Mrs. ! lack Suksdorf and Mr anH Mi s The teachers and officers of the Methodist Sunday school held their regular monthly meeting Monday evening at the attractive "'" of the superintendent, " t-namucrnn. ---.- -"i"', '-'' Mrs. Hugh . Harrison, Mrs. lNl'(1 Dixon, Elward Smith. Mrs. Melville T. Wire, Mrs. EVA. Bri ton. Miss liicketts and Mrs. H. D. McKay. Mrs. Chambcrlln was assisted in serving by her daughter, Miss Ida. and Miss , Fret a Ilendrlckson and Miss Marilyn DiKon. , . , ' , A business meeting followed !"ld npw"' olftcers . and teachers were elected tu assist the nresent ,.!. . . . i"""5 "l'ie maue nn 'h0 work, of the Sunday school ,,,v " j-"- ! DENT-GERMOND BRIDAL I PARTY HONORED AT m aUPrtn Kred Dent and Miss Dorothy tiermond (who were marriodi Sunday, October 5th I, were hon- ored al a very charming buffet supper party given after the hearsal Saturday evening at the home of Ihe. former's brother-ln- law slsU.ri Ml. ,, Mr!i j M ntmn The decorations w ere very beautiful and included . a wedding parly on the table with a lovely background of delphiniums, gera niums and laurel. Mrs. Dunn was s.ssted in serving by her nunt .Mrs. Leland Ewbank Aon i-uiir of Santa I Those enjoying Ihe evening .ith M ,, M,s Dunn besides I iting and sewln- were enjoved he two guests ot honor Included;"" exchange of S3Z Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Scott. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Wert., of Portland, Dr. .uiu mis. uancs a. r.iiwaras. Mrs .. Cynthia Germond. Mr. and mrs. J. i-.. J'oni aim mis. Letana t.,.u.,i, ,,r y.,,,i., a.,., ..iif (,,,,l.-i, , (1 v. l 1 .1.1. llllll III1U1- t at her attractive home on Vista avenue. Lovely bouquets of zin-I nias. chrysanthemums and dah lias were attractively I about the l-nr.nw arranged the rooms. m.Hlltl., :,.! ..i.ili.,,. and daughter, Doha. Mrs. Freder- iok J. Porter and the' hosiess. Mrs.' Robertson and son, Jimmie. . rivn,Nio UIIRllUSb ENJOY HCAUTIFUL DINNER AT PARGETER'S Mr. and Mrs. II ,.ni,.,i ,i,i..,l n... wi,, ....... at a lovelv siv thhiv ...i, ,n,.. ner at their beautiful home on Claire street this u..i, Homey Paul W. Geddes. G. V. W imrn-rlv. Rev. Perrv Smith II !c. Welles. Fred I.ockwuo.l Will It. (ieriiMsen. P. M. Lee J R Whai t-n ami the h"M 11 b Par MAYOR AND MRS.YOUNG HOLD "AT HOME" PARTY FOR B. A. YOUNCS Mayor, and Mrs.. A. J. , young entertained at a lovely informal "At Homo" party, from two to lour o'clock Sunday,, afternoon at their attractive home on Flint street , to - honor their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. laniard. A, .Young, who Jett the fnlli.uinn rfui fnn Cun Ei.4ni.iD. ; where they sailed Thursday. Oo.' ! toner 9th, on the Matsonia for , Honolulu to rnakb their homo.. i uoul ""y :rienas coiled dur- ing. the afternoon. ,Lovely -ro- (roshments were served by Mr. Young, assisted by Mias Alice Ue-land and Mis. Cell Bleak,. ,,.: Mr. Young has been transferred by his Insurance company from Portland to Honolulu. Mrs. Young, neo Lova Buchanan, formerly taught, in the local, high ! school. She Is a daushtor of Dr ship sailed Thursday. t o -, I' , . . " i , MRS. HOY SMITH ,18 - HONORED AT CHARMING PARTY ON THURSDAY Mrs. B. J. Gilbert entertained at a very charming party In compliment to Mrs. Roy Smith .Thursday evening . at her attractive home at 313 East Oak street. A very beautiful pink motif was nrHi.1 mil h Ih. i .1 .W.... lhm.,m nnrt -,lnn'l c l fl., bowls with matching pink tapers on the refreshment table... ... i Visiting was enjoyed and later the guests surprised Mrs. Gilbert by presenting her a beautiful mirror as a housewarming gift, Delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. Gilbert to Mrs. Roy Smith, guest of honor; Mrs. Jo j G(!orRe Rce(,, M.s. Harold Bloon 1 seph Fest, Mrs. Karl Fest, Mrs. n1li.i m inr,h n,.i...i vt,. Place Miss Delia Rice, Mi. Alice jonn Hopkls j&rc Mchibbin, Miss JVancy Roberts, nc cWu In engineering. A Miss Arvllla Bufflngton, Miss sm;,n ,-cccptlon for the family Betty Strong. Miss Annabellc Ba- an(J out-of-town guests was held quel and Mrs. Jay Shinn. ahelirtcr tnc wcdding. Following the hostess was assisted In serving by Miss Reese. lovely. shower party given mrs. mcneil on tuesday evening Mrs. Kathryn Tannlund and! n-s. Merle Dusseau entertained" "" m a charming shower party Tucs- j cine of the largest affairs of , Uuy evening ai ine mrmers nome evening and lovelv gifts were giv- , Pn t0 Ml-S. McNeil from Clara Stlcwig, Kathryn Weatherford, Esther Baker, . Mildred Fogel, uein uoyer. Betty lioyer, uer - trude Kelly. Helen Rapp. Bonnie! thanks was given Rev H p McCoy, Helen Bender, Edith Ed-iSronce for furnishing the venison I wards, Addle Schick, Perle Mere- rnl. , ,ii,,,,,. . ,.iii tilth. Frances .Pope, Lillian Hill. , ll ma MfNell and baby daughter, ",1 "U!",!,!,l!i "" """ Mrs- Dusseau. ; Perry Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Morris Following the opening of thoH. Roach, Dr. R. L. Dunn. W. E. rc-iRf,s' thp hostesses presented aj0tt, Mrs. F. G Burr, Dr and Mrs. beautifully decorated cake to Mrs. McNeil and delicious refresh - mcnts were served. '1 ' '" HAPPY HOUR CLUB HAS DELIGHTFUL -, ,v MEETING WEDNESDAY .Mrs. Jo Burkhart graciously) entertained the Happv Flour club at her home Wudnesday evening. Kail flowers lent a colorful note to the rooms. After the business mnetliiu. vis. gifts followed. Members enjoying the evenim. with Mrs Rnrkhnrt jvipre Leona Biicll, Ida Burr, Mln-l i h ,., , ui-uitn Ljui-ii. mil uuu, linn" j nk. Cox, Vera Guiley, Alice Kruse, Avls Harmon. Barbara Orr, VI- I vian Marsters. Edna Olson. Alley cue Uttcrback and Dolly Gardner and guests present were Mrs. Bud Critser, Mrs. L. W. Josse and Mrs. Hugh Harrison. Tho November 12th meeting will be held at the home of Alice Kruse. MR. AND MRS. WIMBERLY ENTERTAIN POTLUCK BRIDGE-SUPPER CLUB Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wimbcrly entertained their bridge club at aiM;.s..Moissner S(,,.V(d (Hlc;olls re. very charming six-thirty o clock (rcshments to: Mrs. T. W. Tho- lioiiuck supper r noay evening at i mason, Mrs. J. F. Byrd. Mrs C their attractive homo "Pine j H. Wickham,, Mrs. Earl Decker Ridge." A gorgeous bouquet of Urs. 13. H. Laird and Mrs. H T dark red dahllahs graced theB1(10m. , The next, meeting will' table, while bouquets of colorful I be October Hth at Ihe home of autumn flowers were used about I Mrs. Harry F. Hatfield, the rooms. ' ., , , , , Lovers were placed tor Mr. ana I ""' "f C-Cummings. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Patterson. Mr. audi Mrs. ward cummlngs and tnc host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs.1 Mrs- Hov Good graciously en-Wimbei'ly. . . itertained the M. O. A. club at 'ier Contract bridge w as the diver-1 homo Wednesday afternoon. Col-slon of the olcasant evenine hours orful bouquets of autumn flowers O. PargcterUvitii Mr. and Mrs. Wimbcrly ning the high score. B. P. W. C. TO HOLD , HOMECOMING MONDAY The annual homecoming party of the Business and Professional Women's club will be a large affair of next Monday night at 8 o'clock at the Episcopal parish hall with the past presidents act j lug as hostesses. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDDING IS OF INTEREST HERE - .Washington, i U. C, , Evening Star Miss Elizabeth Griswold, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs., Ralph M,. Griswold, and the late Captain Griswold. U. S. N., was married to John Wall Miller, son of Commander and ., Mrs. Justine Miller, at St. Alban's church with Rev. Charles T. Warner officiating at a five o'clock candlelight ceremony. The bride was escorted by her mother's cousin, Admiral Alcxan-' dor Sharp, nod given by .him in marriage, , Her . only attendant was, her sister, M''s. Hugh Kemp Clark. 'Of Wilmington, De. , f Blush-tinted Ivory satin .was worn by the bride, the bodice being finished with a net and lace yoke and long sleeves, the full gathered skirt ending In a long circular, train. A crown of orange blossoms held hor . veil, which was finger-tip length and she carried a bouquet of white bride's roses, gardenias and bouvardia. Mrs. Clark was gowned in a dusty rose and pink chiffon with a tiny hat of pale pink feathers and she carried a bouquet of pink roses and blue delphinium. , Mrs. Griswold, mother of , the bride, wore tourquoise blue chiffon with black accessories and the mother of ,the bridegroom was in pearl gray with green accessories. They wore identical corsages of orchids. Captain Harvey Rcagon, U. S. A. A. C, was best man and the I ushers were John- Bowie, Frank I "'' Jmui-l a,,u DUI K- M" The bride is the granddaughter of the late Colonel Thomas Sharp, U. S. A. A., and Mrs. Sharp, and the late Colonel Flishla Griswold. U. S. M, C, and Mis. Griswold. She was graduated from George Washington university nnd is a member of Kappa Delta sorority. Mr. Miller is a grandson of Mrs. Emma Miller, S.h.nSA? He visited his grandmother a few years ago, while his father's ship was anchored at Bremerton, Wash., He was graduated from reception Mr. and Mrs. Miller left for a cruise to Florida and on their return they will make their home in Washington. ! VENISON DINNER IS LARGE. AFFAIR AT R1PTICT ruiioru the week win the i-nniKnn .linnm- onjoyed by 203 adults Thursday evening at the First Baptist church,. Pumpkins, colorful fruit and autumn flowers carried out a pretty Hallowe'en motif for the occasion. ' Dr. Morris H. Roach presented :,., i,,.,ali ,..,h was read by' C M Page and guests introduced Included: Dr. I and Mrs. C. A. Edwards: Rev. ib. R Shoemaker. siuerminmlni iof city schools, W. M. Campbell i Clyde Beard, principal of Senior 'high school, Mrs. Alvla Wether- i0lt Miss Ambler, Miss Genevieve jEastling, Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Al- lison, Mrs. Ethel Ncff and Mr. ' . UL,, ..Jshp ontortainod her britU;o dtub ' ' ,v UK""" , '"eiuura: vocni 5"ct. , ,vol' .Pa acPS . b-v Ruh Snoddy and Kathryn Irving, ac companicd by Mrs. Clyde Beard; two violin solos by W. E. Olt. accompaniod by Mrs. Burr; two readings by Dr. R. L. Dunn; piano solo by Miss Dorothy Buseh; reading by Mrs. Claude Baker, announcements by Rev. Mr. Sconce j . . ,,,, , , PfZ"' T m - , America" led by Mrs. Joseph uecis, accompanied by Mrs. Beard. F. S. CLUB HAS ENJOYABLE MEETING AT M E ISSN E R HOME Mrs. R. W. Mcissncr very graciously entertained the F. S. club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Bouquets of asters and zinnias were attractively arranged about the rooms. , Sewing and visiting were en joyed until the tea hour, when i M. o. A.CLUB.HAS ENJOYABLE. MEETING WEDNESOAY AFTERNOON win-!wi're arranged about the rooms. Sewing and visiting were enjoy ed antl al four o'clock Mr. Good served lovely refreshments to Mrs. L. L. Wimberly,. Mrs. J. A. Wood. Mrs. Klclon Ogle, Mrs. C. B. Calkins, Mrs. C. T. Tipton, Mrs. John Marks, Jr.. Mrs. C. W. Cook. , Mrs. E. G. Cloake nnd Mrs. Charles Mohr. ;. , ; The next meeting will be October Wnd at the home of Mrs MRS. HOWARD P.ARNST HONORED AT-.O. A. R. BANQUET HERE THURSOAY tv. r.i i "f -. , ' " One of tho most charming and Interesting events of the week was., held v Thursday evening, when Umuqua , chapter of the D A. R,, entertained the state regent, Mrs. Howard P. Arnst, of Portland, at a very delightful six o'clock banquet at the Woman's clubhouse. The Junior Woman's club served the three-course banquet at a long table decorated with beau- tnul lull lioweis ana uiu iapcr. Mrs. Clifford E. Smith, president of the Junior Woman's club, Mrs. Ralph Herman, Mrs. J. E. Hen-best and Miss Patricia Turner served. .. .... Mrs. Ray S. Petrcquln, regent of Umpqua chapter, graciously presided. Mrs. W. M. Campbell gave the .invocation, followed, by the pledge to tho flag, creed and prayer by Mrs. R. ,H. Gflnsted. Miss Adeline Stewart was appointed chairman of the Angel Island contributions. . Covers, were placed for. .Mrs. Arnst, guest of honor, Mrs. Ray S. Petrequin, Mrs. W. M. Campbell, Miss Adeline Steward Mrs. E. M. Secley, Mrs. D. A. Buscn-bark, Mrs. William Bell, Mrs. R. H. Grinsted, Mrs. L. E. Good-bourn. Mrs. C. P. Caylor, , Mrs. George M. Brown, Mrs. Harold Bellows, Mrs. Roy Entler, , Mrs. W- Anderson and Mrs. Frederick J. Porter a Mrs. Petrequin introduced Mrs Arnst as guest speaker tof the evening and the latter 'gave a very Interesting report of the work being done by the D. A. R. in the state of Oregon, as well as reporting on the Continental congress . held in Washington, D. C, and her visits to various chapters and attendance ut state and dlstriot sessions. Of particular Interest was the report given on the D. A. R. school in South Carolina. Mrs. Arnst brought first-hand information to the group, as she visited the school last spring. Following her talk, she visited informally with the group and a panel discussion was enjoyed on topics of vital interest : to patriotic . Americans as well as members of I he D. A. R, Msr. Clifford E. Smith, president EXECUTIVE LUNCHEON HELD AT H.OTEL ROSE ON TUESDAY NOON The first all meeting of the executive board, clubhouse board and board of directors of the Roscburg Woman's club was en joyed Tuesday at a 12 o'clock no hostess luncheon at the Hotel Rose. A beautiful bouquet of Talisman rosebuds graced the table. , Covers were placed for -Mrs. Harry F. Hatfield, president, Mrs. Edward G. Kohlhagen, Mrs. R. V. Marsters, Miss Jennie I Jorey, Mrs. Earl L. Ullrich, Mrs. iw. R. Brown. Mrs. John M ! Raish, Mrs. 1. B. Riddle. Mrs. L. A..Vclls, Mrs. A. C. Marsters, Miss Marin Martens. Mrs. Foster 1 Butl'H1- Krandiiaughter, Donna Joan Ellison. Mrs. Homer iijiow, mis. k. l,. unippie, Mrs. G. V. Wimbcrly, Mrs. E. L. Knapp and Mrs. Frederick J. Porter. MRS. T. H. NES8 IS -HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB ON TUESDAY A lovely bouquet of autumn flowers graced the table used by Mrs. T. H. Ness Tuesday, when til a 1.1K11 iiiiiik uiit: ii i'iucix 1UIIUI1- con at her beautiful , home in Laurclwood. Covers were placed for Mrs. Grant- H, Moore, a guest, and Mrs. .W. J. Olmschcid, Mrs., Harry S. Black. Mrs. S. J. Shoemaker. Mrs. Fred Hamilton, Mrs. P. T. Bubar, Mrs. D. H. Morgan and the hostess, Mrs. Ness. High score for the contract bridge play was won by Mrs. Bu- bar. A guest prize was presented ny me nostoss to Mrs. Moore, . CCOKBOOKLET COUPdti This Coupon and tuttftos bearr to a cookbeoklet at th Ntws-Review office, Roseburg, Oregon. ' MISS HELE.N 'CASEY TO' j PRESENT ONE-ACT i , C6MEDY OCTOBER 28 2r j, , , ... , , ....lf.,-l". -fii-Vu?. The Catholic benefit entertainment: will bo presented , at the parish hall on North. Kane street Tuesday and Wednesday.-Octobe 28 and 29, instead of ..jus( oij) evening, as previously planned. Miss Helen. Casey will direct a charming one-act comedy, "The Wedding," which besides Miss Casey will include In the cast: Mrs. Harris Ellsworth and daughters. Miss Mary Margaret . -ana Miss Jane, Miss Coleita Lnngi-n. berg, Mis Genevieve and John Ness, George Goodlash,- Airs. T. H. Ncssi Mi's. Hedwlg Watzlg, C. M. O'Mallcy and son, -Michael, Loren Miner, Mr. ana Mr, e, L. Dolan, Mr. and Mrs. Tone Shukle, Barney Walsh and Ray Carpenter. Thi pvening's . entertainment will Include a number (of, delight-ful features and the public has been . cordially Invited to onjojj the performance, which will be shown both Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Tickets will be sold by the children of St. soph's school, or may be purch. JJ ed at the door. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB . HAS ENJOYABLE MEETING WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON The Home Economics club - of the Melrose grange had a very enjoyable meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. E. M. Seeley, at which time the ladies made plans for holding meetings at the Red Cross rooms In Roscburg every Wednesday to sew for the Red Cross. Mrs. H. P. Conn conducted a very interesting program on Columbus and nt the tea hour Mrs. Secley served delicious refreshments to Mrs. D. N. Busenhark, Mrs. J. F. Bonebrake, Mrs, R. A. Busenbark, Mrs. H. P. Conn, Mrs. Woodrow Conn, Mrs. J. E. Conn, Mrs. E. R. Fcnn and Mrs. Henry rnry 3 Cox MR8. HALLMARK IS HOSTESS TO- BRIDGE CLUB ON TUESDAY Mrs. Maurice L. Hallmark very graciously entertained her bridge club at a charming one-thirty o'clock dessert-luncheon Tuesday at her lovely home on South Main street. The Hallomc'cn motif .was prettily carried out on the serving table, while, bouquets of . ginnias w;re used about tho rooms. Covers were placed for , Mrs. Paul Geddes, a guest, and Mrs. O. R. Hess, Mrs. E- S. McClaln, Mis. C. M. McDermott, Mrs. L. K. Fies, Mrs. Frank Long, Mrs. Fred Lock-wood and Mrs. E. A. Pearson. Contract bridge was enjoyed during the pleasant afternoon hours with Mrs. Lockwood winning the high score and V. Hess, tho second high score. MRS. EARL L. ULLRICH CnilKKIAIIIIS-tAbUUTIVE BOARD ON WEDNESDAY Mrs, Earl L, Ullrich graciously entertained the executive board of the missionary society of the First Prosbyterian church at her home on Commercial avenue Wednesday afternoon. Roses formed a lovely motif for the occasion. At the tea hour Mrs. Ullrich served delicious refreshments to Mrs. W. M. Campbell, president, and Mrs, Morris H. Roach, Mrs. Homer Grow, Mrs. C. E. Roberts, Mrs. J. Roland Parker, Mrs. W. G. Blake and Miss Margaret Liapp. j JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH P.-T, A. TO BE. ORGANIZED MONDAY All parents of junior and sen ior high school students aro urg ed to attend a special meeting at I 7:30 next Monday evening at the I senior high school for tho purpose I of organizing a P.-T. A. of the I two schools. Harris Ellsworth Is I acting as organizing chairman. 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