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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 4, 1921
Bjf D. D. WILSON
.Awedidng o(.unnsual interest
to Salem's younger set took place
AVednefday aV high" noon ar the
home of the bride's parents, ,Dr,
'and Mrs. D.J. Stccres when Miss
Muriel tceves'Var united In mar.
Tlase to iPaol Wentworth Morse
of Kansa City, Mo.
The drawing room where the
ceremony; was performed was a
fairyland: of p nk and white with
ft touch of arreenery, pink gladioli
and white lilies r .-dominating.
The altar in one corner was
ash oned by tb use of, palms
which, formed background and
a canopy as well. On either side
.stood ail twin vases of gladioli.
Clematis i was Intertwined among
the paints and foliage. .
t The bride wo lovely In an ex
quisitely simplo gown of lYory
- charmeuw with pearl and crystal
trimm'ng. She wore a fujl length
roll heq by a coronet of orange
blossoms! and carried a shower
bouquet of Op.iella . roses and
white sweet peas.
" M!ss Helen F.nnt, bridesmaid,
was gowned In n charming frock
of pink fcrgand'.e over pink satin.
Her bouquet, was of Columbia
roses tied with pink ribbon. The
IhroughV perfect fitting cor
sets. The, new elastic girdles
and elastic top corsets assure
evory comfort and earn in all
positions Kodels for the
slender and stout figure.
Van ; Raalte and Kayser
rr r.jSilk-hosiery r; :
, OorMt (pciaUttV 1 U LUrtj fit. ..,
xWJlliam Wallace Graham ;
Soloist, and tcachciNine and & halt years' study and
leafchinpf in Europe, twelve in Portland. Pupils holding
responsible positions in many parts of United States
as teachers and soloists. Beginners accepted; coach
ingfin accompanying and ensemble. For appointment
call Marion Hotel, Salem, Wednesday, September 7 or
any Wednesday or .Saturday thereafter.
Where is the.Wdman Not Interested ititheNcw
. , , T Fall .Styles? ..... v ; .
ffif ' ' "J O " 5
j Very much in evidence
IChemese Dress is close
! i - -
Rat Tail Braid has a
aoes to me xNew oat
Another striking Coat
1 1 Other New Models are, Serge and Silk Combinations,
,' de Chine, and Slip on Styles.
I i Prices range for Slip ons ;
j: Prices range for Serges.... ,.
! Prices range for Tricotines .. -
Prices range for Silks .:
Our Pay As You
ma ds of honor, Miss Charlotte
Croisan and MJs.3 Ethel Rupert,
wore 'dainty -gownp of organdie,
that of the first leinj; orchid and
the second pale green. Each car
ried a basket of flowers tied with
mallne streamers to match her
Dr& Laban fctecires or Dallas,
brother of the bride, attended the
bridegroom as h?st man.
The bride with her attendants
eajne slowly down the stairway
which was covered, with rvy and
clems t's. At the entrance to the
drawing room she was met by the
remainder of the bridal party and
entered on the aim of her father'
who gave her In marriage. Mrs.
Loren Eas'er pKyed Mendel
sohn's wedding march while the
Rev. Blaine K. Kirkpatrlck read
the ring servlc In the presence
of about 40 guests. Mis? Mar
euerite Cook sant "Hecause" and
"I Lore You Truly."
Decorat ons fo" the 1 o'clock
luncheon which followed were in
yellow shaded to deep orange.
This color schema was carried out
by the use. of yellow asters marl
golds and varied other blossoms
of the same shades with orange
and yellow mallne to soften the
effect The centerpiece at the
bride's table was an immense
bride's cike batked with clema
tis. . This table seated 16, the re
mainder of the quests being ac
commodated at email tables ar
ranged throughout the adjo ntng
room. In this room, pink glad
ioli, zinnias ani Queene Anne's
lace were used. Serving In the
d'ning room wern Miss Marguerite
Cook, Miss Eva Miles. Miss Gene
vieve Flndlev and Miss Mary Par
ounag'an. Mrs. J. D. Hunt. Mrs.
F, A. Legge. Mra. Kenneth LeRge,
Mrs. M. C. Findley, Mrs. Kather
Jne Upmeyer, Miss Grace YoungS
Miss Margaret' Legge assisted
through the rooms, r
The guests wero-Dri and Mrsi
Carl Doney, Pro'esaor and Mrs
Florian Vcfn Kscb'.n. Professor
and Mrs. Gustav Ebsen,' Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Legge.Mr. and Mrs.
F; A. Legge. Mrs. MY C. Findley.
Mrs. Katherlne Upmeyer, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. L4ttl-rr Mr. and Mrs.
Loren Basler, Mr and Mrs. J. T.
Hunt, Rev. and Mrs. Blaine Kirk
patrlck. Miss Eva Miles. Miss
Ethel Rupert, Mrs. F. J. Rupert,
Miss Charlotte Croisan, Mis Hel
en Hnnt. Miss Margaret Legge,
Miss Mary Paro'inagian, Miss bo
ther Parounaglan, Miss Genevieve
Findley. Miss Grace Putnam, Dr.
Iaban Rteeves. Hnsscll Rarey.
Henry Tate. Robert Littler., Bay
ard Findley and Mirscs Grace
Yonng and Marguerite Cook ot
Portland. '. .
i The young couple left In the af
ternoon for "Stecvrs-coto" at Soa
side." Wrsr'Sf oras's- going away
gown was- a ravy blue ta'lleuri
LUhe wore a hat Qt navy blue and
V ... i . 1 A -m
Sliver. Alter ifc.liwo weeas- bij
they will retura -to. Salem prepar
atory to leaving for Kansas City
is the Nevr Coat Dress, and
on the heel of popularity.
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way of lending the Dress' a well
jjress. jviaae oi Deaumui quauiy oi lncuune.
style is the Dress with embroidered panel trimming.
Go Plan leaves money for your
where they expci t to make their
The bride ts a well known and
deservedly populer Salem girl.
She has rpent the past 12 years
here and ha been an active H-
ure in church circle. She won
ner A. r? at Wil'ameUe last year.
Mr. Morse the son of Professor
and Mrs. Ernest Morse of Kansas
C:ty, has been until recently eon
nected with the lumber business
of that city. He s a violinist of
marked ability. During the frrot
war he spent 11 months overseas
with the 89th division. He
action in the Argonne forest and
St. Mih'el drives.
Miss Esther Marie Busch and
George William Croisan were
married at 4 o'clock Saturday af
ternoon at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Busch,
Twenty-second "and I) streets. Rev.
George L. Powell officiating.
The wedding was a very fjnlet
cne, Miss Helen Kins and Miss
Ina Proctor being the only guests
cntside the immediate families of
the couple. The bride wore her
traveling frock of dark blue tric
otlne with hat of duvetine to
Immediately following the cere
mony Mr. and Mrs. Croisan left
for a short wedding journey and
upon their return they will be at
home to their friends at the Mar
ion i apartments.
Doth' young people have spent
practically all their lives in Sa
lem. Both are graduates from
Salem high school. Each attend
ed O. A. C, Miss Busch belonging
to the Delta Delta Delta sorority
white Mr. Croisan was identified
with the Kappa Sigma. The
bridegroom is the soh of Mr. and
Mrs George H. Croisan.
IisS Helen King was hostess
on Thursday afternoon at a kitch
en shower given at her home,
1565 South Liberty street, in
honor of Mins Esther Busch, who
was married Saturday to George
The decorations were in pink
and white, asters being used. In
the center Of the table where re
freshments 'were served stood a
tall basket of these attractive
bloRsoms. After a dainty supper,
the gifts were brought to the
table where a pleasant half hour
was spent in unwrapping and in
The hostess was assisted in
serving by Miss Mary E. Bayne
and Miss Ina Proctor.
The guests were Miss Esther
Busch, Miss Mildred Gill, Miss
Hazel McGilchrist. Miss Annabel
Golden, Miss Lucile Jones. Miss
Ruth Busch, Miss Amanda
Schwabbauer, Miss Ethel McGil
christ. Miss Margaret Goodin,
Mrs. Daryl F. Proctor. Miss Mary
Bayne and Miss Ina Proctor.
The meeting of the P. E. O.
sisternooa at me nome oi Mrs.
B. J. Miles on Thursday afternoon
, marked a milestone In the growth
of the ' local chapter, this being
the 10th anniversary ot its or
ganization. The members on this
occasion responded to roll call by
giving their first impressions as
to what it means to be a P. E. O.
Mrs. Miles briefly outlined the
history of chapter G, which is the
Salem branch. 1
Several matters of local inter
est were discussed, among them
the symphony orchestra. It was
voted to actively support the or-
the Long Wais ted
.' ' '
tailored look, and it
Canton Crepe Crepe
...$4.98 to $10.18
$9.75 to $41.75
.$12.48 to $64.50
$22.48 to $75.00
SOCIETY NEWS 1 WEEK
RETORT OF PERICLES
One stormy night after the Parthenon
'V , - ; .
Hose on the cliff of.the Acropolis
An angry Grecian for a fancied wrong
Followed the patient steps of Pericles
Home from the Agora, and for raucous hours
Hurled his hot rages on the noble Greek,
Then when the bellowcr wearied and grew still,
Wise Pericles sent out a torch to light
The tongue-worn fellow homeward thru the night.
jMjm,si! sti Ktim "a u m.m.;:n awn sn m tumm ,a
chestra for the coming year, the
belief being expressed that Salem
is fortunate in securing the ser
vices of Dr. John ft. Sites as di
rector, and both he and the mem
bers of the orchestra should be
given every encouragement.
Following the program, light
refreshments were served by the
hostess, assisted by Miss Laura
Mrs. Miles, herself a member
of Chapter A at Mt. Pleasant. la.,
was one of the charter members
here, the others being Mrs. Jessie
W. Kirk. Mrs. Lou Roy, Mrs.
Olive B. Welch, Miss Annona M.
Welch, Miss Ella L. Welch. Mrs.
Ma B. Colby. At the time of
their organization several women
from the Portland chapters were
present, about 30 in all. Mrs.
Winnona Evans Reeves, the su
preme president, also attended.
The chapter was organized jby
Miss Edith Prouty, supreme or
ganizer. Until the Salem chapter made
Its appearance it had been impos
sible to form a state organization
for the reason tnat there were
but six chapters in the state,
seven being required. The day
following that upon which the
Salem charter was granted, the
state organization was completed
It may not be amiss to briefly
state a few facts concerning the
inception and purpose of the P.
L. O. Organized at Mt. Pleasant,
Iowa, in -1869, it is the outgrowth
ot the spirit which carried to suc
cessful completion the work of
the Army Aid during: the Civil
war. Women in America learned
for the first time the meaning
of working' together systematical
ly and unselfishly for a' definite
purpose, and with a definite goal.
The men of the day were mem
bers of various societies but the
women were, as yet, practically
Unorganized along any lines. The
P. K.,0. organized by the girls of
the Wesleyan college at Mt. Pleas
ant was created to fill this need.
The purposes of the society are
helpful and educational. It is the
desire and Intent of each chapter
individually, and the entire or
ganization collectively, to stimu
late -growth alonpr educational
lines. The work takes on a prac
tical aspect when it is known that
a fund is maintained to assist in
financing their college courses
girls who have demonstrated theif
ability and worth but are unable
to pay their own way. At the
present time the loan fund am
ounts to abottt $100,000. A lojig
waiting Tst is always'in evidence.
Nearly every college In each state
rrcsents to the p. E. O. a scholar
ship to bo placed through them.
Willamette university is no ex
reption to this public spirited rule.
Dr. Doney having recently an
nounced the gift of such a schol
arship. - i $
A double wedding at St. ,lohns
Lutheran church was an event of
Wednesday evening. The bridal
couples were Miss Erna Kreft and
I ami is Laue, Miss Sophia Laue
and William Kroeplin.
The predominating feature of
the decorations was a floral arch
way, from which were suspended
wedding bellB. Under this the
bridal party stood while the ring
service was read by Reverend H.
The brides were gowned in
frocks of sheer white silk. Veilg
crowned' with orange blossoms
completed the dainty costume.
Each carried a bouquet of bride's
roses. Miss Kreft was attended
by MIss: Eleanor Hartwig and
Miss Alice Wcndland, in frocks of
lavender organdie and dahlias of
the same shade. Miss Lane's
bridesmaids were Mi.ss Matilda
Hartwig and Miss Hulda Sehults,
These wore gowns of yellow or
gandie nd carried bouquets of
lavender shaded dahlias.
Best men for Mr. Laue were
Carl Kreft and Herman Kreft,
I'LAX THAT FA IJ.
Glance over the Style Rooks,
pick out the garment that you
fancy-most, then send it to as
and get our estimate on
I Dollars Saved
Are Dollars Earned
'In the Pittock Block"
- TOKTLAXD, OHK.
ski ai rtmiK i mi u mh i x n mm m
while Mr. Kroeplin was attended
by Alfred Laue and Herman
Little Sylvia KroeDlin made a
charming flower girl in white.
carrying a basket of sweet peas.
Mrs. Henry Reams played the
wedding march and accomoanied
Miss Louise Mohr and Miss Emma
Mohr, who sang "Oh, Perfect
Love" before the ceremony. The
uehers were Charles Ri.stow and
Immediately following the cer
emony, a reception was held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Kfeft, at 1095 North Twentieth
street. Music and conversation
were the principal features of the
evening's entertainment. A wed
ding supper was served. Miss El
eanor Heinz, Miss Loretta Heinz,
Miss Sophia Koehn, Miss Irene
Koehn, Miss Lillian Meeske and
Miss Dora Miller assisting in
serving-. The table was arranged
by Miss Emma Lenz.
Mr3. Laue is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kreft. Mrs.
Kroeplin and Mr. Laue are broth
er and sister, their parents being
Mr. and Mrs. John Laue. Mr.
Kroeplin is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Kroeplin.
Mr. and Mrs. Laue will make
their home in Salem, while Mr.
and Mrs. Kroeplin expect to live
in Fresno, Cal.
Miss Hazel Seeiy or Indepen
dence, who Is visiting Salem
friends, was the inspiration of an
informal studio tea Friday eve
ning at which Mrs. R. Monroe Gil
bert was hostess. Always an in
teresting place for affairs of like
nature, the Gilbert studio was es
pecially attractive for the occas
ion and the guests enjoyed the
atmosphere of informality which
characterized the evening. Miss
Carol Dibble, gifted Salem reader,
gave a sketch from "Pickwick
Papers," responding to an encore
with a modern poem. Mrs. R.
Monroe Gilbert sang a group of
selected songs. Tea was served
at a late hour, the hostess being
assisted by Miss Helen - Ballard.
Those Invited to meet Miss
Seely were Mrs. G. F. Chambers.
Mrs. E. Wiemer. Mrs. Howard
Parker. Miss Carol Dibble, Miss
Eliza Nolan, Miss Dorothy Sleus
loff. Miss Nell Sykes, Miss Helen
Ballard and Miss Fay Hendrick
Miss Bertha Clark was again
complimented on Tuesday "venin.
when the young women of the sec
retary of stated office gave a
miscellaneous shower in her hon
or. The affair was given at the
home of Miss Clark's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. H. L. Clark. 1160 South
Commercial street and was in the
nature of a. surprise. The evening
was spent in informal amuse
ments. Refreshments were
Those present were Miss Mary
Chadwick. Miss Laverne Kantner.
Miss Constance Kantner. Miss
Georgia Broyles, Mrs. Florence
Bell, Miss Lillian Olson. Miss
Mary Phillips, Miss Maud Savag.
Mrs. S. O. Burkhart, M:ss Edith
Welborn. Miss Violet Welborn.
Mrs. Alice Kezar, Miss Veronica
Oehler Mrs. Dora Aufranc, Miss
Irene Bradford. Mrs M. Kltt
redge. Miss Sylv;a Marsters. Mi3
Dorothy Steusloff. Miss Helen
King, Miss Mariorle BatI7n"an.
Miss Ruth Roel?r. Miss Orpha
,CoIe, Mrs. Gidding. ' M's Ethel
Wyckorr. Mrs. M. Matthews, Miss
Marian McCauley, Miss .Matrona
Donelly. Miss Teresa Fowle, MiR?
Anes Bayne. MrR. Hiram Eaa.
Mrs. E. E. Bergman. Miss Inga
Chri?tcnson and Miss Jessie Mil
ler. A quiet wedding took place Sat
urday morning at the Leslie Meth
od st parsonage when Miss Vada
Gladys R'ngo and Harry L. Wood
ward were married. The ring
service vras read by the Rev. Hor
ac X. Aldrich in the presence of
only the- immediate families or
the couple. The bride wore her
traveling costntn.? of blue with hat
of the same shade. After a short
tour of the various beaches, Mr.
and Mrs. Woodward will be at
home to their iriends at 129
South H gh street. Miss Kingo
's the daughter of Mrs. Carrie
Ringo. and has until recently been
employed ' In the offices of ths
Oregon Growers' association. Mr
Woodward, the son of Mr. . and
Mrs. M. F. "Woodward, is a Salem
contractor and builder.
Mrs. A. F. King , entertained
the Lady Maccabees at her home,
4 63 South Capitol street. Wednes
day evening. Golden Glow and
French marigolds ..were used for
decorations. The evening was
pleasantly spent in playing gamea.
after which light refreshments
Those present were
Drew Oilman of
HepTnrerr Or.? Mrs. Norma Ter-
willieer. Mrs. V. S. !otson. Mrs.
Caroline Bushnell, Mrs. Melvlna
Sloper. Mrs. H. DuBoIs. Mrs. C. J.
0rn-tead. Mrs. VaCy Brooks ot
Portland. Miss Hazel Olmstead.
Mi8. Minnie Peterson. Miss Vet
Lenon. Mrs. Will IMrdy, Mm.
3eorge MUler, Mrs. Fljd Smith.
Mrs. Kirchner, Miss Gladys Len
on. Mrs. K. Bertha Smart; Miss
Dorothy Smart. Mrs. Theo Tur
ner, Miss Esther Mason. Mrs. Ag
ues Cohenberg. Mrs' lda'McDan
iel. Miss Opal McDaniel, Miss
Blair Roeenbeiger, Miss M. A.
Evans. Mrs. Waiter Eberhard,
Mrs. A. T. Kins-.
Miss Bertha Clark, whose wed
ding to Emil Carlson takes place
today, was complimented on Mon
day evening by a line party at
the theatre and a shower giveu
bv Miss Teresa Fowle and Miss
Agnes Bayne. After the theatre,
me pany reyairea to tne home oi
Miss Fowle, 298 North Capital
strtet, where gifts of linen were
presented to the bride-elect and
refreshments were served. Those
present were: Miss Bertha Clark,
Miss .Mary Chaawick. Miss .tetwif
Miller, Miss Lucile Jaskoski, Miss
Laura Ross, Miss Ada Ross, Mrs.
W. H. East, Miss Cora Talkington,
Miss Hazel Keeler, Miss Agnes
Bayne, and Ml?s Teresa Fowle.
Mr, and Mrs. John Maurer and
son Paul, with Mrs. Maurer's
niece. Miss Verna Parsons of Eu
gene, have returned from an out
ing at McKenzie bridge. Mrs.
Maurer and her sister, Mrs. M. V.
Parsons of Eugene, with Paul
Maurer and Verna Parsons have
spent practically the entire sea
son at this delightful spot, being
occasionally Joined by Mr. Maur
er, who has spent the past two
weeks with them. Earlier in tne
summer, another son, Glenn
Maurer, enjoyed a two weeks stay
as their guest.
A number cf friends of Miss
t-rna Krert sui prised her witn a
m scellaneous shower on Tuesday
evening. The affair was given at
the home of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Kreft on North
Twentieth streer. Dainjx re'resti
ments were served. ii
Those present were Miss Erna
Kreft, Mrs. Carl Wood f Mrs. H.
W. Bressler, Mrs. .1. Warner, Mrs.
Doris Harlow, Mrs. Hanson, Mrs.
Gene Harrold Mrs. R. C. McGee,
Miss Gus.ie Solof, Miss Gertrude
West. Miss Gladys Smith, Miss
Sarah Solo', Mls3 Pearl Mec, Miss
Bessie Jones,; Mrs. Alice Mee,
Miss Ida Vogt, Miss Maud Herren,
Miss Kathleen Walsh, 31is3 Ger
Dr. and Mrs. Grover Bellinger
and Dr. and Mr?. John C. Evans
are leaving today f6r a two weeks'
motor trip to eastern Oregon. The
outing will , be pent in hunting
The Congregational parsonage
was the scene of a quiet wed
ding on Saturday at hich noon,
when Miss Stella Pitts of Salem
and O. H. Klock of Portland were
married. Reverend W. C. Kant
ner read the service.
Miss Lenora Koon hat, just re
turned Xrom an extensive trip
through the middle west where
she Ttstted relatives und -friends
of ultra smart styles portraying the latest ideas of famous modijites, in
millinery and gowns " i
You an always depend upon us for something different and individual
I Exclusive dealers
at St. PauL Fort Dodse and Lin-
co.n. She traveled to St. Paul
Hrisr the Canadian" Paritic. stopping
at Lake Louise. Banff and other
Canadian points for. a few days.
Miss Koon will Vet urn next week
to her work in tfte tfice of Or."
O. L. Scott.
MisaJ Harriet Schindler ot To-
rka, Kan..-sister of Mrs Florian
Von Eschen has 1 e?n a guest at
the Von Eschen iifm for the pat
ofk. M'ss Schimller sient her
vacation in Oregon, having visit
pa for some time a'so wjth an
other s'ster. Mr.. J. L. Thayer in
Portland. Wh 1 in Portland she
motored over the Columbia h'gh
way and to Tarious other-Points
of interest. She is how on her
way home but txpecti UV'.Mop at
Salt Lake and Denver lo'r short
Dr and Mrs. W. II. liyrd are
enjoying a week-end trip up the
highway. The motored to Port
land yesterday here they were
Joined by I km Byrd who is mak
ing the trip wi'n them.
Mrs. A. A. Melgaard and son j
Ai red, Jr.. an.l epher and Rnd
Mr. and Mrs. George Powd have
returned to Prosper, Wash., after
visiting' friends and relatives here.
Mrs. E. A. Co:ony lias been en
loving an outing at the home t
Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Harding dt
their hop farm at Grand Island.
Mrs. George F. Rodger is ex
pecting guests from Toppnish.
Wash., today, in the persons of
Mrs. Fred Wiggin, her sister, ,and
Mrs. Reuben Benz, her niece.
Mrs. Marie Flint has returned
home, after a month's delightful
visit In Seattle, at the home of
her niece, Mrs. H. L Frederick.
During her stay at the Highlands
Stamping and Embroidery
See our Neve , Luncheon Sets
Room 10, Over Miller's
Many Women Will Not Buy. Corf ets in a Sale, But
This Sale of Corsets Is Different
...... ...... . .:. . r , ' t i
New ""Justrite" Models, at
3 pairs of Hosiery for...
Ribbed top outsizes.....
New location, 318 Court
.in thejfamous Meadowbrook
115 High Street
jMrae, Buffe Morrison
home of the Fredericks, Mrs4
; Flint was' the recipient of many
j social Tourtestea-from-hef. Seattle
iriends. Mr. Frederick! U m mem.
ber of the well known 1 firm of
Mrs. Delia Hamilton,., who has
been the guest of her siister, Mrs
S. MrElnea. at the Cdurt apart
mnts jtince'Juiy first.) Is return-,
ing by motor to her hjm In Et
erett today. ,L
Miss Elizabeth Marleay. who
has been spending her Vacation in
Seattle and various other Puget
sound points, is expected today.
Miss Macleay is a popular teacher
In the -Salemf High School. " "
IltWarI6 Bciggs U Vhjoyin
fortnight's outmg at 'Seaside, f
(Continued oa page 3)
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Wedding Invitations and Visiting
Prompt, satisfactory Sefrlc
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