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Exchange Marriage Vows At Christian Church
Sot., June 25, 1949 Th Newi-Revlew, Roseburg, Ort. 7
Marry At Presbyterian Church, Sunday
Society and Glubi
By LOTUS KNIGHT PORTER
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Gladioli, lilies and stock, In
large floor baskets, and tall white
cathedral candles in candelabra
formed the all-white setting for
the lovely wedding ceremony
Friday evening, June 10th, at
eight o'clock at the First Chris
tian Church, when Miss Shirley
Ann Haines, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence D. Haines of Ump
qua, became the bride of Clarence
Van De Camp Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Van DeCamp Sr.,
of Okanagon, Wash. Rev. Ken
neth W. Knox, pastor of the
church, performed the impressive
ceremony by candlelight in the
presence of 200 friends and rela
tives. Mrs. Clarence Trued played the
traditional wedding marches and
accompanied R. M. Church, who
sang, '"Through the Years," and
"Because." Mrs. Trued played
softly on the organ during the
Charlene Moore of Oakland, In
a floor length gown of white or
gandy over pale green, and Scott
Henry of Umpqua lighted the al
The bride, given In marriage
by her father, was very beauti
ful in a floor-length gown of
white chiffon fashioned with lace
Inserts on the bodice and skirts.
The long sleeves came to a point
at the wrist. Her three-quarter
length veil was held in place by
a halo cap of lace. She carried an
arrangement of stephanotis cen
tered with a large white orchid
with a deep pink throat and tied
with a shower of white satin rib
bons. For the "something old,"
the bride wore a gold and dia
mond bracelet, which had been
given to her grandmother, the
late Mrs. C. S. Henry of Umpqua,
on her wedding day by her hus
band. Mrs. Dale Woodruff, of Eugene,
cousin of the bride, was matron
of honor, and wore a white or
chid gown over pale lavender
with a huge lavender bow at the
back. She wore a white picture
hat and carried an arrangement
of Esther Reed daisies tied with
lavender ribbons. Miss Dorothy
Daracunas and Mrs. Robert Gun
derson, bridesmaids, wore gowns
of white organdy over yellow, de
signed identically to that of the
matron of honor's. They wore
large nlcture hats and carried
Esther "Reed daisies tied with yel
Donna Hill, gowned In white
organdy over pink, was flower
girl and Jeff Flury was ring
bearer and carried the ring on a
pillow fashioned from white or
gandy and lace.
All work must please the customer.
Your furs insured for 15c per $100.
Cleaning and glazing, $3.75.
Located 5 Miles East' of
Springfield, on McKenzit
ROUTE 1, SPRINGFIELD, OREGON
and Mri. Clarence Van De Camp
Robert DeCamp of Roseburg
was best man for his brother and
Hayden DeCamp, Roseburg,
cousin of the bridegroom, and
Robert Gunderson were ushers.
The bride's mother wore a
navy blue dress with a rose-colored
hat with grey veil and white
accessories. The bridegroom's
mother wore a blue and white
navy polka-dot dress with match
ing navy hat and white accessor
ies. Both mothers wore corsages
A wedding reception followed.
The bridal party and the parents
of the bride and bridegroom re
ceived the guests at the attrac
tive home of Mrs. T. B. Virden
on North Jackson Street. Beauti
ful arrangements of flowers
formed the decorations. The wed
ding gifts were in charge of Miss
Ruby Matthews and Mrs. Allena
The wedding reception was
held In the attractive garden at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
Spencer. A huge fire burned in
the out-door fireplace and the
garden was beautifully lighted
for the occasion. Colorful garden
furniture was arranged about
the lawns for the guests.
The bride and bridegroom cut
the tiered wedding cake, deco
rated all In white and topped by
a bridal couple, and which was
later served by Mrs. R. J. Schu
maker, of Tacoma, sister of the
bride, and Miss Virginia DeCamp,
Tacoma, sister of the bridegroom.
The punch was served by Mrs.
Dexter Rice and Mr. A. G.
Moore, aunt of the bride. The two
serving tables were covered with
white organdy cloths and were
decorated with white magnolias.
Mrs. Gerald Bacon, sister of the
bride, was in charge of the recep
tion and was assisted by Mrs.
Kenneth Manning, Mrs. J. G.
Bacon and Mrs. Dean Henry.
Mrs. Hayden DeCamp had
charge of the guest book.
For traveling the bride chose
a pink gabardine suit with pink
hat and pink and navy accessor
ies. Her corsage was an orchid.
Following two weeks honeymoon
ing In Canada, they will return to
Roseburg to make their home in
the Todd apartments on Win
Out-of-town guests attending
the wedding Included the bride
groom's mother and sister, Mrs.
Clarence Van DeCamp Sr., of
Okanagon, Wash., and Miss Vir
ginia DeCamp of Seattle; the
bride's brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schumaker
and the tetter's son Bobby Day,
of Tacoma; Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Lola's Fur Shop
Fur Coat Re-Styling
Picture by Muter Studto
Woodruff of Eugene, cousins of
the bride and Miss Jean Wilcox
The bride was graduated from
Oakland, Ore., High School and
Business College in Salem. She is
secretary to Attorney Dexter Rice
and will resume her duties in his
office, following her return to
Roseburg. The bride was the first
bride of the week chosen by Law
son's radio program. The bride
groom attended school in Oka
nagon, Wash., and is employed as
a salesman at DeCamp's Real Es
tate office on South Stephens
FMFLE RANGERS SEWING
CLUB HAS ENJOYABLE
MEETING ON THURSDAY
Mrs. Rllda Coleman graciously
entertained the Rifle Rangers
Sewing Club at her home Thurs
day afternoon. Mrs. Lena Pfaff,
E resident, conducted a short
uslness meeting. Sewing and
visiting were enjoyed. '
At the tea hour Mrs. Coleman
served delicious refreshments to:
Mrs. Lena Pfaff, Mrs. Edna Sco
field, Mrs. Gwen Frank and son,
Neil; Mrs. Barbara Geisler and
son, Carlton; Mrs. Esther Baker,
Mrs. Mildred Hites and daughter,
Patsy; Mrs. Addie Schick, Mrs.
Earla Wagner, Mrs. Lillian Brit
tian and daughter, Jeannette, and
Mrs. Virginia Brittian.
The club will meet the after
noon of June 30 at two o'clock at
the home of Mrs. Addie Schick.
Engagement Is Announced
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Mils Patricia Kenny
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kenny of Roseburg announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Patricia, to William Marsters, youngest son
of Mr. and Mrs. George Marsters
take place In August.
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Social Items submitted by tele
phone for the society page must
be turned in before 12 o'clock
Monday through Thursday and
by 10 a. m. Fridays, at which
time the social calendar and Sat
urday's society page are closed
Monday June 27
Neighbors of Woodcraft Thim
ble Club to meet at 1:30 o'clock
potluck luncheon at home of Mrs.
Hattie Neal on Fleser street,
Tuesday June 28
Eagles Auxiliary to meet
8 p. m. at Lagle hall.
V. F. W. Auxiliary, No. 2468,
to meet at 8 p. m. at armory.
Badoura Club, Nydia Temple,
Daughters of the Nile will meet
at a 6:30 o'clock dinner at the
Roseburg Country Club to honor
the Queen of Nydia Temple and
several of her officers on their
Roseburg Rebekah Lodge No.
41. to meet at 8 p. m. at I. O. O.F.
hall Refreshments in charge of
Frances and Ralph Heath, Fran
cis and Carrie Gilley, Emily
Judd, Unita Packard, Louise Mul
ler and Marjorle Jordan. Mem
bers and visiting members are
Cub Pack No. 408 of Riverside
School and their families in
vited to 6:30 potluck picnic at
Umpqua Park. Those attending
are asked to bring covered dish,
desert or salad, bread and butter
and their own table service. For
further information, call 704-J-l.
Wednesday June 29
Azalea Sunshine Club to meet
In afternoon at home of Mrs.
John Feldmiller with Mrs. Grace
Past Presidents Club of Ameri
can Legion Auxiliary to meet at
6:30 potluck dinner at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Dixon. All
past presidents of the American
Legion Auxiliary and their hus
bands are invited. Those attend
ing are asked to bring a covered
dish, salad or desert. Coffee and
rolls will be furnished. For tran
sportation, call 198.
Thursday June 30
Women of Country Club to
meet at 8:30 a. m. at club course
for golfing. Luncheon at 12:30
and contract bridge play at 1:30
. Eagles Auxiliary drill team to
practice at 8 p. m. at Eagles
Riddle P. N. G. Club potluck
luncheon at home of Mrs. Ann
Rifle Rangers Sewing Club to
meet at 2 p. m. at home of Mrs.
Childrens Club to meet In eve
ning at Olalla hall. Games to be
played during social hour.
Friday July 1
Riverside Grange to meet at
8:15 p. m. at hall. Refreshments
in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Gra
ham Ewens, Mr. and Mrs. Har
lan Moore, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
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of Roseburg. The wedding will
Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Saturday July 2
Catholic ladies rumage sale In
basement of rectory on East
Cass street from 10 a. m. to
4 p. m.
ELKS AND LADIES
Two-hundred Elks and Lady
Elks enjoyed the six-thirty o'clock
potluck supper at the temple
Thursday evening. Ivy and green
and white candles formed the dec
orations. Mrs. E. L. Tauscher was
chairman assisted by Mrs. Miles
McClain, Mrs. Lester Nielsen,
Mrs. Hal J. Ayotte and Mrs. Har
The Lady Elks held a short
business meeting following the
dinner with Mrs. Paul K. Rvan.
President, in charge. A social
hour followed. Those present were
mre. -Kyan, Mrs. Frank Bistak,
Mrs. Ernest L. Dawe, Mrs. Robert
Simmons, Mrs. Roy Sedell, Mrs.
E. R. Harvey, Miss Agnes Pitch
ford, Mrs. L. W. Metzger, Mrs. M.
Hazel Dixon, Mrs. Irvin Brunn,
Mrs. Leonard Riley, Mrs. Adrian
Fisher, Mrs. Roy S. Morgan, Mrs.
A. B. Collier.
Mrs. Fred Schwartz. Mrs. A. L.
Sevoll, Mrs. L. M. Lehrbach, Mrs.
A. a, -acy, Mrs. Harold Schmeer,
Mrs. J. F. Dillard, Mrs. E. C. Pat
terson, Mrs. L. L. Wimberlv. Mrs.
Hal J. Ayotte, Mrs. Arlo Jacklin,
Mrs. E. L. Tauscher, Mrs. S. L.
Kicmer. Mrs. FranKlvn Vovt. Mrs.
K. D. Adams, Mrs. A. E. Elliott,
Mrs. a. v. uoppie, Mrs. K. c.
Berg, Mrs. V. J. Rice, Mrs. H. R.
Mrs. Lyle Harrel, Mrs. Grace M.
Hunt, Mrs. Robert P. Kidder, Mrs.
Robert Miller, Mrs. W. A. Morian,
Mrs. Pearl Degeberg, Mrs. Harry
Pinniger, Mrs. G. M. McClain,
Mrs. C. D. Albright, Mrs. Robert
Keefe, Mrs. Kenneth Linder, Mrs.
Hil Young, Mrs. L. E. Moore, Mrs.
J. M. Burkhart, Mrs. M. C. Doyle,
Mrs. C. E. Wright.
Mrs. Ann Fehmerllng, Mrs. Ce
cil Hays, Mrs. O. D. McAllister,
Mrs. W. D. Fritts, Mrs. Verdun
Boucock, Mrs. Joe Brant, Mrs.
Clifford Smith, Mrs. O. W. Ken
ner, Mrs. Walter Good.
Bridge high scores went to
Mrs. Lehrbach, Mrs. S. L. Kidder,
and Mrs. Dawe. Pinochle scores
were won by Mrs. Boucock, Mrs.
Connie and Mrs. Rprix
A no-hostess meeting will be
held at eight o'clock the evening
of July 28 at the temple. Bridge
ana pinocnie win be in play dur
ing the social hours.
JUNIOR DIVISION HAS
ON TUESDAY EVENING
The Junior Division of the
First Christian Church met Tues
day evening at the home of Mrs.
Gertrude Hess. The meeting
was held a week early in order
to nonor Mrs. Peggy Ulick, who
with her family, will leave Rose
burg in a short time. Mrs. Clif
ford Baxter, president, and Lela
Tyler had charge of the devo
tions. Sally Leep and Lila Shore pre
sented the program and had
charge of the social hour. Mrs.
Jessie Grenshaw delighted the
group by singing, "I Love the
Moon," and "Missing." Mrs.
Hattie Neal gave a humorous
reading, "When Life Gets Ted
ious," and a pantomine, "Peggy
and Stanley Pack," was given
by Mardell Crenshaw and Betty
A surprise handkerchief show
er was given Mrs. Gllck and an
enjoyable social hour followed.
Delicious refreshments were ser
ved by the hostesses, Mrs. Hess,
Lyla Naas and Jennie Nesseth
to: Mrs, Stanley Glick, Mrs. Er
nest Higginbotham, Mrs. Wayne
Safley, Mrs. Chet Hamm, Mrs.
Don Reed, Mrs. Earl Bridgess,
Mrs. John Hodson, Mrs. Bryce
Robison, Mrs. George Crensha.w
Jr., Sally Leep, Lila Shore, Erros
Osterlot, Velorls Baxter, Beat
rice Tolllfson, Kay Kleinfeldt,
Dorothy Blanchard, Martha
Knox, Emily Tyler, Jeannette
Boucock, Jessie Crenshaw, Lena
Poole, Elsie Coffell, Elsie Hud
son, Teresa Anderson, Lela Ty
ler, Valetla Taylor, Margaret
Pfaff, Mrs. Hattie Neal, Mrs.
Mary Ellen Eaton and Helen
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Blanche Marr on
PARTY ENTERTAINED AT
LOVELY BUFFET LUNCHEON
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Haines en
tertained the Halnes-DeCamp
wedding parly at the attractive
new Home or Mr. and Mrs. tier
aid Bacon on the Umpqua River
luesaay evening. June I. at a de
licious buffet luncheon prepared
by Mrs. Bacon, sister of the
Covers were placed for the
guests of honor, Shirley Haines
and Clarence Van Decamp J
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Haines, Mrs.
Clarence DeCamp Sr., Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Gunderson, Mrs.
Dale Woodruff and Miss Jean
Wilcox of Eugene; Miss Charlene
Moore, facott Henry, Dorothy Da
racunas, Jeff and Bobby Flury,
Mrs. David Hill, Donna Hill, Mrs.
Dorolhy Schumacher and Bobby
uay oi lacoma, wasn., ana Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Bacon and
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The First Presbyterian Church
was the scene of a lovely wedding
Sunday, June 19, when Miss Peggy
Louise McCoy, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Langlols of
lower Garden Valley, became tne
bride of Charles Richard Stark,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.
Stark of Riversdale. Dr. Morris
H. Roach performed the Impres
sive double ring ceremony at
three o'clock in the presence of
a large number of friends and
relatives. Floor baskets filled
with white lilies and ferns, flank
ed by candelabra holding tail
white tapers, formed the back
ground. Miss Janice fiummer, organist,
played softly on the organ the
song, "Always," as the guests as
sembled and accompanied Wal
lace Overton, , who sang, "Be
cause." She played the Bridal
Chorus from Lohengrin for the
bridal party to advance to the
altar and at the close of the cere
mony, she played Mendelssohn's
Given In marriage by her step
father, the bride was beautiful in
a gown of white slipper salln fash
ioned with a short train, long
butterfly sleeves and a Peter Pan
collar and yoke of French lace
W. C. T. U. HAS
MEETING ON WEDNESDAY
Mrs. George Lceper was hos
tess to the W. C. T. U. at her
home on South Kane street Wed
nesday afternoon. Elder Robert
son of the Seventh Day Advent-
1st (jnurcn was guest sneaker
and brought a devotional mes
sage and a report on the temper
ance education work of that de
nomination. He also favored
with a solo, "My King Divine."
Jhe work oi the tlower mission
department was the topic and
was presented in the form of a
question and answer period. Some
of the results were revealed In
a dialogue presented by Mrs. C.
N. Currier and Mrs. P. Moe. Mrs.
Stephen Bistran gave a reading
on "The Good American."
New members of the year
were honored with corsages at
the tea hour, when Mrs. Moe and
Mrs. B. B. Irving assisted the
hostess In serving.
MR. AND MRS. KOBERNIK
ENTERTAIN AT DINNER
PARTY ON SUNDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kobernlk
entertained at a very lovely din
ner party Sunday at their home,
having as guests: Mr. and Mrs.
Harry E. Harding of Trail, Ore.;
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Vaughn of
Medford; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Hume and twin daughters, Jac
quelyn and Josephine, of Pros
pect: Mr. and Mrs. Harry E.
Harding Jr., and daughter,
Wrena Ruth; Mr, and Mrs. Eld
ridge Kobernlk of Roseburg;
Mrs. W. E. Forshpy and son, Ron
ald, of Reno, Nov.; Mrs. C. E.
Farmer of Long Beach, Calif.,
and Mrs. T. A. Sloman of Seal
The beauty of your grounds en
hances the beauty of your
home. Arrange now to nave
our skilled gardeners do your
landscae Job. Free estimates.
L. H. McPherson
Rt. 2, Box 153 Phone 715 J-1
Mr. and Mn. Charles Rlshard Stark
outlined with seed pearl embrold
ery. Her veil oi illusion was neid
in place by a braided satin tiara
trimmed with seed pearls and
sprays of lilies of the valley. She
carried a bouquet of stephanotis
and white rosebuds. For the tra
ditional, "something borrowed,"
she wore an heirloom white mus
lin wedding slip trimmed with a
wide ruffle of handmade lace and
belonging to Mrs. J. H. Booth of
this city. . .
' Miss Harriet Catherine Booth
was maid of honor and wore a
gown of pale blue taffeta with
matching headbands. She carried
a noseeav of sweetpeas. Brides
maids were Miss Norma Johnson,
Miss Susan Motschenbacher and
Miss Dona Mears, wearing pale
orchid talfeta gowns wltn matcn-
ing headbands and fashioned to
match the maid of honor's. They
carried nosegays of sweetpeas.
Miss Betty Burr and Miss
Jeanne Mowery, wearing Identi
cal gowns of aqua taffeta and
wristlets of pink carnations, light
ed the candles.
Robert Nazelrod was best man
and ushers were John Trozelle,
brother-in-law of the bridegroom;
Donald Carnes and Donald Kruse.
The bride's mother wore a sheer
dress of aqua print with aqua and
black accessories, ine Driae
groom's mother wore an aqua
dress with white accessories. Both
mothers wore corsages of pink
A reception followed In the
church parlors. The bride's table,
covered with an attractive lace
cloth, was centered with a three
tiered wedding cake topped by a
miniature bridal couple, bprays
to Veep for tomorrow the moet memortbl moments of IocUt.
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Plotun by Muter Itudte
of tiny pink roses circled the cake,
which was flanked by crystal
candelabra holding pink tapers.
The cake was cut by the bride
and bridegroom and was served
by Miss Cynthia Turner ana miss
Joan Rutter. Miss Mary Anne,
Caskey, assisted by Mrs. J. P.
Motschenbacher, served tha
punch. Mrs. John Trozelle, sister
of the bridegroom, had charge
of the guest book. .
The bride's bouquet was caught
by Miss Nancy Caskey.
or traveling tne onae cnose
a grey checked suit with pink and
grey accessories. Her corsage was
of pale pink rosebuds. Following
a honeymoon to Yellowstone Na
tional Park and points north, the
couple will make their home in
Roseburg. , . , '
The bride, a popular member
of the younger set, was graduated
from Roseburg High School this
spring. She has taken an active
part in various activities of the
school and has served as a major
ette In the Knights of Pythias
Girls Drum Corps. The bride
groom was graduated from Rose
burg High School in 1946. He
served a year and a half in the
U. S. Navy, six months of which
was spent In the South Pacific
The last vear and a half he has
been employed by the California
Oregon Power Company as a con
Out-of-town guests attending
the wedding were Mr. and Mrs.
Alva Turnbow, uncle and aunt of
the bride from Eugene; Jack
Herse of'Glendale, Calif.; Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Hackney of Glide,
and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Tavenner
of Myrtle Creek.
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