The News-Review from Roseburg, Oregon on December 10, 1957 · Page 3
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The News-Review from Roseburg, Oregon · Page 3

Roseburg, Oregon
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Tuesday, December 10, 1957
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Canyonville Church Slates Religious Education Classes Classes in religious education will be held Wednesday through. Friday at the Canyonville Methodist Church. Mrs. E. D. Lewis, special worker for the board of education of the Methodist Church from t h e headquarters of the board at Nashville, Tenn., will conduct the classes. Religious education classes in Ihe home and church will be held for all church workers in the Can yonville and Days Creek area from 7 to 9 p.m. Special daytime classes for church school workers are also planned. Interested persons are urged to attend all three nights, nut may attend whenever convenient, re ports correspondent Virginia Proc tor. V TOWN k & COUNTRY CHATTER For expert hair tinting and guaranteed beauty care , see one of our six expert hair stylists. You can depend on Feme, Helen, Meryl, Ethel, Melba and Faye to solve all your beauty problems. Make your appointment for a holiday hair styling NOVVJ! Phone ORchard 3-3448 TOWN & COUNTRY BEAUTY SALON Formerly at Milters Co Jackson Just North of COPCO v .. ' -Wr ... lt.V.II '' "Li CHRISTMAS GIFT shopping isagain made possible to patients at the Roseburg Veterans Administration Hospital. A wide selection of gifts was placed on display Monday by American Legion auxiliary units from which the patients may seledt items to send to their families. The gifts ore all donated and are gift-wrapped by auxiliary workers. The shop, located in the music room at the hospital, will be open through Wednesday. Closed wards were serviced last week. Looking on at the display at the right are from left: Mrs. Anson Ingels, state American Legion auxiliary president, Salem; Dr. R. G. St. Pierre, hospital director; Mrs. Earl Bigelow, department hospital director; Mrs. Fay Preston, rehabilitation committee member, Mrs. Claude Bright, hospital auxiliary representative; Mrs. Adolph Still, department rehabilitation chairman. Other legion auxiliary volunteers stand in the background. (Paul Jenkins). Holiday Driving SzrAly Is Urged Chief of Police Vernon Murdoch ' pared by the Department of Motor Navy Releases Names Of Nine Killed In Crash CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex. in The names of nine men killed when a Navy seaplane plunged to the ground in flames soon after taking off here Monday were released by the Navy Monday night. An engine exploded and blew one of the plane's wings off. One man parachuted to safety. He was Storekeeper L. C. Sam Griffin and he was badly burned. The dead: Lt. Cmdr. James N Scofield, 40, pilot, Coronado, Calif.; Lt. (jg) Howard B. Uickerson, 23, copilot, Arlington, Va.; Lt. jg) Roy W. Bruner Jr., 26, naviator, Silver Springs, Md.; John J. Lanna, 41, aviation machinist's mate, Chula Vista, Calif.; Paul Fair-cloth, 27, aviation electronics mate, Jacksonville, Fla.; Karl B. Dumler, 38, chief aviation metal-smith, Imperial Beach. Calif, j Richard K. Kiermaier, 24, aviation metalsmith, San Diego, Calif.; Daniel S. Kwas, 19. aviation electrician's mate, Detroit;-and Carl P. Renn, aviation machinists mate (home town unavailable). The body of the ninth victim was found after darkness Monday ' night. The ship was from Patrol Squadron 48 based at San Diego, Calif. It was en route to Baltimore, Md., and stopped at the Corpus Christi Naval Air Station to refuel. It took off and started trailing smoke. Tuai. Dee. 10, 1957 The Newt-Review, Roseburg, Ore. 3 casta czmeonaaB aim . Maaalva X-braoad Irama and hoJr t haavy U-ohannal alda-mambara I Xjri V"S)fc&C' glva a ramarkably olid, yal aoN V7 S'tt&'iiKSlIx - and ralaxlng rldat -tR',''"KT'P-DT? 2. Vldar Irama and spring baaa pro vlda .lability, llghlar body mount Ing and aura-loolad oornarlngl 3. Plvot-Polaa Front Suapanalon, ,wllh ball-and-aookat plvola. Jr. has again issued a plea for sanity on the highways and streets over tne notiday season. "Responsibility for success or failure of Oregon's efforts to have a safe holiday season wilt rest with the actions of every individual," Murdoch said. "Every resident of Ruseburg should join in the at tack on holiday accidents by -con. Vehicles' Traffic Safety Division' show that about 94 per cent of all accidents are directly caused by traffic law violations on the part of at least one driver or pedestrian involved. The chief also pointed out that a nationwide study of fatal accidents last Christmas showed that 55 per cent of them involved drink- trihuting his efforts to drive and ' ing drivers. He warned that strict walk as he should." I enforcement against such drivers He pointed out that figures pre- can be expected in Roseburg dur- i ing the Christmas - New Year holi day season. "When you realize that accidents cost Oregon more than .50 million dollars last year," he said, "It's easy to understand why officials decided a stepped-up attack was necessary." "The Plumbing Tree" GUESS HOW MUCH MONEY TO MAKE A PLUMBING TREE? See the Christmas tree made entirely of plumbing fittings in our window. WIN A FREE CHRISTMAS TURKEY! There will be several winners! KIER-CR00CH S "For Better Livin,g" 528 S. E. Stephens St. Phone OR 2-3364 ' )ry Cleaners Organize; Honn Named President Clarence Honn has been elected president of the newly formed tlnited Dry Cleaners Assn. of Douglas County. Olhcr officers are Ken Glass, vice president, and Lloyd Kegler, secretary - treasurer. All are from Roseburg. The organization was formed to thresh out problems of dry cleaning some of the new fabrics now on the market, Honn said. The j-.n..x:,n.' dinner. BUY IT FOR ONLY s179 95 Ki 1 1 i j 4 n u r Gives you 22 more detail... i THE BELMONT: "Brood Bond" Toblt Model with Puih-Button On Off, oluminited picture tube. Mahogany finish. Model 21T180. . VVestinghouse NEW BROAD BAND PORTABLE Styled by Raymond Loewy Associates . . . engineered by Weitinghoute with "Brood Bond" reception that produce 22 i MORE picture detail than sets without this feature. Just 33 Ibi., full b9 set power, full big set tube complement, oluminited picture tube. Choice of modern two-tone cotar coses. 14" diogonal picture tube. Buy now for giving or for your second home set. Only 119" "You Can Be SURE ... If It's WESTINCHOUSE" than sets wfthout this feature because it's engineered to reproduce all of the Wide-Band signal transmitted by TV stations. Ordinary "Narrow-Band" sets just the full range of crisp, clear middle-tones. ADVANCED FEATURES LOWEST COST: Trouble-free Silver Safeguard Circuit. Push-Button On Off, no fusing with volume. Automatic Fine-Line Focus Automatic Picture Stabilizer Pofe6e 7VB(y h . J , a .1 622 S. E. JACKSON ST. PH. OR 3-5S21 I IP El SEreG wm K Christmas Present To Every Man In Douglas County SUITS - TOPCOATS - SPORT COATS PISB A I 2 f ' I ALL WOOL SUITS S Single breasted 2 and 3 button suits in all wool shark- J skin, fin worsteds and gabardines. & Regular 50.00 NOW & Regular 55.00 jVf tOoU.UU NOW Regular 65.00 NOW Regular $75.00 NOW 5348 53988 54988 $W88 TOP COATS I Regular 39.75 . NOW $2Q88 Regular 50.00 to 55.00 NOW $Q88 CHOOSE FROM THIS MAGNIFICENT SELECTION OF FINE MEN'S CLOTHING H ALL WOOL SPORT COATS Reg. 29.50 to 32.50 Reg. 35.00 to 39.50 NOW NOW $9988 FREE CHRISTMAS GIFT WRAPPING All Sales Final No Exchanges Or Refunds THE 640 S. E. Jackson

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