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DAILY EDITICS i
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I well-filled week was the an
nual reception given by Mrs.
Gregg Doney and Dean and
r.rs. George Henry Alden, Monday
'glit at Katon hall In "honor of the
iduatlng class of Willamette unl
the alumni, trustees, faculty,
ta and guests.
..cJ. white and blue formed the
lar scheme used in decorating, the
ami. Gorgeous bouquets of deep
d roses. and carnations were found
k every available space. Flags were
ouped in corners and the same
naoientation was found on an ar
il c trellis. As the guests entered
tj were greeted by Dr. and Mrs.
L. Steeves, Dr. and Mrs. George
L Alden and: Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney,
e of the college president who Is
k Y. M. C. A. Bervice In France. The
ilor class nembers formed the sec
i reception line. . f
Following the reception, a colli
a was served In adjoining rooms.
U large table, decked with, red
ndles and huge baskets of earns
.ns, Mrs. A. N. Bush and Mrs. II.
, Talbot presided. About fifteen
aller tables, glowing wth red sbad
i candles were arranged for the
.eats. About three hundred were
rved during the evening.
The women of the faculty assisted
the rooms. Clad in white dresses.
e girls of the junior class of the
lirersity assisted in serving, with
t. Gustav Ebsen. The sophomore
.:1s accomplished the decorating,
listed by Mrs. M. E. Peck. Chick-
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By Florence Elizabeth Nichols
Miss Lillian Guffin, a diariig Illinois glvl, who will leave
Saleia soon, following her resignation from the head of the
public speaking department of the Salem Iligh School. She is
the daughter of ilrs. E. L. Guffin of the Court apartments.
en salad, sandwiches, coffee and can
dy were served.
Closely following her graduation,
Wednesday at Willamette university,
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Miss Lncile Benson became the bride
of, Richard H. Robertson - of Port
land, late yesterday afternoon at the
residence of her parents. Judge and
Mrs. Henry L. Benson, 945 North
Summer street. Rev. Richard N.
Avison read the nuptial vows la the
presence of close friends and rela
tives. -- .
The marriage 'was a simple home
arratr, aitnough the home was beau
tirully decked for the occasion. The
bride was stunning In a- smart dark
blue tailleur with a chic black hat.
She carried a shower bouquet of
white roses with lacey ferns and
futterings of ribbon tied with sweet
peas. The bride was given away by
After the ceremony, a wedding re
past was served to twenty guests.
Later the bridal couple left for Port
land where they will make their
home. Air. Robertson Is a former
Washington, D. C. man. He is in the
United States forestry service.
Mr. and Mrs. Robertson will be at
home in the Cecilia apartments. 714
Glisan street. Portland. Among the
out-of-town guests at the wedding
were a sister of the bride, Mrs. M
C. Briggs. Jr., of Hollister. Calif..
Mr. and Mrs. George Hotchkfsstreet
and Mrs. A. Crysler of Portland.
Dr. "W. H. Byrd, a prominent resi
dent, quietly claimed Miss Ines Adele
Cramer as his bride, yesterday after
noon at 1 o'clock at the borne of bis
mother, Mrs. L. Byr on Union street.
474 Court St
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The ceremony was read by Rev. W.
C. Kantner. Later the bride and
groom left for an automobile trip
to American Lake. Upon their re
turn they will be at home at the
attractive Byrd residence on Court
street.! .Mrs. Byrd came to Salem last
September from La Peer. Mich. She
was principal of the educational de
partment of the State School for the
The setting for the marriage was
an attractive one. Feathery ferns,
roses.. larkspur and delphinium elab
orated the rooms. Mrs. Prynce Byrd
and Miss Bertha Byrd assisting In the
dt-oratiog. Dr. IJyrd has chosen a
delightfully charming woman as his
wire, bne has alreadv made minT
friends during her residence of less
man a circle of months and manv
await her return, as the mistress of
the Byrd home.
Mrs. Chauncey Bishop and her
youngest son, Charles Kay Bishop,
are expected . home tonight from a
several week's sojourn at Palo Alto.
Calif. Mrs. Bishop had planned up
on a longer stay with her brother.
Carl Gabrielson. who is encamped
there, but as Mr. Bishop was unable
to go south at this time, as he had
planned, his family will Join him.
Little Robert Chauncey Bishop will
remain for a while longer at Camp
Fremont with his grandmother. Mrs.
C. D. Gabrielson. who Is still there.
Mr. and' Mrs. C. P. Bishop have as
their guests over Sunday, their sons.
Clarence and Roy Bishop of Pendle
ton. Mr. Bishop s sister, Mrs. I. W
Starr of Brownsville. Or., accompan
ied by her daughter ' Mrs. Georgia
Starr Morris, arrived Friday In Sa
lem for a visit with the C P. Bishop
and A. J. Bishop families. They will
remain for a few days this wek.
Mrs. Morris Is enroute home to Seat
tle following a visit with her mother
in Brownsville. r
A trio of hostesses entertained the
matrons of the Thursday Afternoon
club Thursday at the John Albert
residence. Those presiding were Mrs.
Albert. Mrs. John Sutherland and
Mrs. C. A. Park. The assembly was
the last gathering of the- elubwomAi
for the summer season: The women
passed their time with Red Cross
Miss Dora Elizabeth Grey, the at
tractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M. M. Gray, became the bride of
Henry C Gregg.' Wednesday at noon
at the home of her parents, 454
South Seventeenth street. Dr. John
Hall of Willamette university read
the marriage ceremony. The vows
were exchanged beneath an-' arch of
Fran Druska roses, softened with aa
abundance of tiny ferns.
The bride wore a becoming frock
of white crepe de chine, combined
with Georgette. Her mother's brid
al vell and orange wreath-encircled
her head, in true bride fashion. Her
only jewel was a cameo brooch, the
gift of the groom. t
Immediately following the rows, a
dainty buffet luncheon was served.
with the bride cutting the cake. The
young couple left on- an afternoon
train for Tillamook beach, where
they will pass a honeymoon at Gari
baldi. They will be at home at Ne-
halem after June 20.
The bride Is a former Marion coun
ty teacher. Mr. Gregg is a graduate
of Willamette university. He is as
sociated with the, government spruce
Mrs. J. M. Garrison and her daugh
ter. Miss Mabel Garrison, left yester
day for Newport, where they wITt
pass the summer. v
Mrs. Fred A. Mclntyre, with her
son Lloyd and daughter Anna, left
for Portland yesterday morning to
pass the summer. They will be with
Mr. Mclntyre who is employed at
the Foundation Company shipyards.
Mrs. John Albert, president of the
Salem Woman's club went to Port
land yesterday to attend a luncheon
of the Oregon Federation of Women's
clubs, which was held at the Mult
nomah hotel. A council meeting was
held preceding the luncheon when a
report was heard from the general
conference which was recently held
In Arkansas. The luncheon was also
attended by Miss Mattle Beatty. who
is the state vice-president. Mr Al
bert returned last night.
Miss Sarah Sterling, who- has been
visiting at the homo of Mrs. Fred
A. Mclntyre. returned to her home
si Lebanon yesterday.
Miss Constance Kantner of Port
land has been visiting during the
wee kin Salem as the guest of her
father. Rev. W. C. Kantner. acting
pastor of the First Congregational
Mrs. A. S. Brassfleld of Berkeley,
CaL. who has been the guest of her
sister. Mrs. George J. Pearce for a
fortnight at the Pearce- home- on
North Winter street, left yesterday
for a week's stay In Portland. Upon
her return from Portland Mrs. Brass-.
fieli will remain In Salem for sev
eral weeks longer.
Mrs. Charles McNary arrived the
fore part of the week' from Wash-
Inrton. DC .C. where she has been
since the opening of the congres
sional season, with her husband. Sea
ator McNary. She was accompanied
home by her nieces, the Misses Nina
McNary and little Margaret Stoix.
Miss Edith Campbell, a teacher In
the Washington school, left yester-
dsr for Baker. Or... where she will
act as a stenographer to the county
fruit Inspector there. Miss Campbell
has resigned her teaching position
and exnecta to" remain la Baker. She
with her sister. Mrs. Jessie Cromwell,
in tne Court apartments.
Mrs. Wlnnlfred Pettljohn left yes
terday for a fortnight's vacation in
Newport where she will W the guest
or Mrs. A. L. Thomas. Mrs. Petti
John's little daughters. Helen and
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bride of Hugh Rogers at 1:31 o'clock:
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is a Salem girl and made her home