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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OKEGON
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5i By MARGUERITE CLEESON
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UNE brides have f held " first
I first .place in koclety during
V the last week. The deeble
.wedding of Miss Mable and Misa
s Mildred Garret Thursday evening
, wat 4)ne ;of the " prettiest of the
(Weak. .Both were well known In
JFa'em lociallr and ad students of
,jkj university. .':"-.'''
.CiThe wedding of Mlsa Edna Ack-
ef man, Wednesday was another
pretty affair. Miss Ackerman has
jlfeen .a; papulor , member-of . the
younger set and she will be missed
by a group of friends when she
.takes up her home In California,
ij The .announcement of the be
.hrothat of Miss Hazel Bishop
'With the " announcement of : her
'wedding, date for July 7 is of In
i erest to? many Salem folks. Miss
Mehop will wed Samuel B. Cll
IIE pretty double wedding on
Thursday ' evening at , the
' linma rt Un tla Harriett
.was of unusual Interest to Salem
.folks. Mlsa Mable Garret became
the bride of C. Everett Wagner
and Miss Mildred Garret became
the bride of Paul N. Day of Brem
erton, Wash. . 1
t i The service was read before an
altar banked high with ferns and
roses The rooms were pretty with
quantities of ocean spray corn
blued with the rosea in pink and
white. Rev, Blaine E. Klrkpatrlck
officiated. The brjdes carried bri
dal bouquets of brides roses and
sweet peas. Both of the brides
wore frocks of white charmeuse.
The tiny Evans twins, Josephine
ai.d Beatrice acted aa flower girls
and formed an aisle of tulle
through which the couples paused.
Tiny David Thompson carried the
Tings. There were ho other atten
dants. - : ..; - v
,? ; Proceeding the wedding. service
lvbren Bassler sang; "Because"
and Mrs. Bassler played the wed
ding march. Miss Iyorlel , Blatch
ford sang "At' Dawning'! follow
ing the ceremony. Music during
the reception following the service
was furnished by Mlsa Viola Ash,
violinist, and Byron Arnold, plan-
. Those assisting In serving dur
Ing the reception were Miss Emma
Ehanafelt, Miss Esther Parouna
gfan; Miss Elsie Hop Lee, Miss
Winifred Eyre. Mh,s Edna Gilbert.
Miss torlei Blatchford. and Miss
Mildred Clark. J!
Both of the brides' have lived in
Salem for Beveral years and have
hosts of friends here. Mrs. Wag
ner was graduated from Willam
ette university four years ago and
later took advanced work In Bos
ton university. She has been fc.n
glish ! instructor sin Salem
school during the last year.
Mr. Wagner is a graduate
University of West Virginia and
too kpost graduate work in Boston
university. He is pastor of the
Chelesa Methodist church ih New
York City where they will
Mr. and Mrs. Day were
graduated from Willamette uni
versity in 1921. Mr. Day has been
instructor Columbia college in
Milton, Ore., the last year. .
Out of town guests at the wed"
ding were Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Day,
Prances Day, Floyd Reaves, Mar
jory Cable and Claude Ludwfg of
Portland ;A!r. and Mrs. M. C. Day,
parents of Mr. Day, and Miss Ivah
Day, his slater, from. Bremerton;
Miss Lois Warner of Spokane;
Mrs. J. H Phillips of Wenatchee,
Wash., and Miss Mary Spauldlhg
"too rrwti invcntuvi .-..
the bride of Alfred McC'in-
irwk fit a nrottv wArid(n nn
Wednesday ' at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Ackerman. Only a few relatives
were present. Rev. W. C. Kantner
Miss Pauline .McCUntock at-'
tended the bride while Glenn Ack
erman was. best man. , The bride
wore a pink ". silk .crepe frock
while Miss McCUntock was gown
ed in white. The bride carried a
shower bouquet of Cecil Bruner
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The service was read under a
pretty archway of flowers fash
ioned over the fireplace. The1 arch
way was banked hlgh with flowers
and greenery, Miss. Lois -Nye
played. Mendelssohn's wedding
march Mlss Ruth Tucker sang
"Because" and ?0 Promise Me.":
Luncheon .was served following
the marriage service and .the
young t couple left , for a wedding
trip to Seaside. d They will make
their home In Weed, Cal.
; Mrs. McCUntock Is well known
In Salem where she has made her
home for several years, She is a
graduate of Salem high school and
later attended t Oregon Agricul-
tural college.' She was later em
ployed in the industrial accident
commission. ' She worked in the
Portland Telegram office in Port
land during the winter months.
Until recently Mr. McCUntock
has been employed at the Valley
Motor company. He formerly at
tended Willamette university.
Out of town guests at the wed
ding included Mr. McClintock's
parents from Weed. Cal., and
Glenn Ackerman of Pendleton.
Mrs. W. Melvin Plimpton, who
leaves today for Seattle where j
the family will make their home,
has been the inspiration for a
number of delightful affairs dur
ing the last week.
Mrs. William H. Lytle and
Mrs. Ben W. Olcott were hostess
es Tuesday at a pretty luncheon
party at the Olcott home. Mrs.
James Linn and Mrs. Frederick
Tblelson were hostesses in her
honor Wednesday and Mr a. John
J. Roberts entertained the mem
bers of the Thursday Bridge dub
in Mrs. Plimpton's honor Thurs
Members of the Thursday
Bridge Luncheon club were en
tertained Tuesday by Mrs. Olcott
and Mrs. Lytlo in Mrs. Plimpton's
hrnbr. Great baskets of gladi
olus, delphinium and roses were
used about the rooms. A buffet
lunrbeon waa served by Mrs. Wll
liam Boot and Mrs. Amo.j Strong.
Mrs. Plimpton won the high score
Those inrited to honor Mrs
Plimpton were: Mrs. Frederick
Lamport, Mrs, David Eyre, Mrs.
T. C. Smith. Jr., Mrs. John Mc
Nary, Mrs. John J. Roberts, Mrs
J. Shelley Saurman. Mrs. O. C-
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Mrs. W, Connell Dyer, Mrs. Clif
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"Mrs. i Jahies Linn entertained
rof Mrs. Plimpton Wednesday
with a delightful luncheon at the
Marion hotel. A large basket of
flowers In pastel jshades centered
the table at which covers were
laid for 14 guests.
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mrs. r reaericK Thlelson was
hostess for the same group follow
ing the luncheon at an afternoon
ondge party. ,v Mrs. O. C. Locke
won high score during the after
noon. Janet Plimpton and Nan
cy Thlelson aervod tea.
; Guests for the two affairs hon
or mg Mrs. Plimpton were: Mrs.
Asahel Bush. Mri William Boot
Mrs. Ben W. OWott. Mrs. Amos
Strong, Mrg. WUHam Burghardt
Jr.. Mrs. Percy Young, of Albany.
Mrs. William H. Lytle, Mrs. John
J.' Roberts J. Mrs. WilUam Waltoa
Mrs.rO. C. Locke,
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The Bridge luncheon dub were
guests of Mrs. John J. Roberts
at a pretty . luncheon honoring
Mrs. Plimpton, Thursday. A but
fet luncheon was served, Mrs. As
abel Bush and 1 Mrs.. Frederick
Thielgon presiding. A handker
cniel shower waa a surprise fea
ture tor Mrs. Plimpton during
The marriage of Miss Mary Es
ther Bailey, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs: M. M. Bailey, to Ralph Wll
hur Southwlck. Son of Mr. and
Mrs. F. B. Southwlck waa an event
of yesterday. !
Rev. Wacd Willis Long of the
First Presbyterlad church officiat
ed. The bride was! attended by her
sister. Miss Jean Bailey and Mr
Southwlck was attended by Don
ald J. Ryan of Orgon City
. Immediately after the ceremony
the young couple left for an ex
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tended trip to joints south. They
will be at home at their new home.
1075 Marion street, after July 1.
Formal announcement of the
engagement of Miss Hazel lone
Bishop to Samuel Burns Gillette
was made at a charming lunch
eon Tuesday. Mrs. J. A. Bishop,
mother of the bride elect. as
nostess for the affair. The wed
ding date has been set for July 7.
Miss Bishop is the only daugh
ter of -Mrs. J. A. Bishop and the
late J. A. Bishop. She is a grand
daughter of W. R. Bishop of
Portland, well known Oregon pio
neer. Mr. Gillette Is a son of Mr
and Mrs. C. G. Gillette of Grants
Pass and has been employed for
two years in. the state highway
department. Both of the young
folks are well known in Salem
and have hosts of friends here.
Announcement was made dur
ing the last week of the marriage
f C. N. Panunzio. former instruc
tor at Willamette university. His
bride waa formerfy Miss Lenore
Ryan of Berkeley, Cal. Mr. and
Mrs. Panunzio were in Salem dur
ing the week and have gone to
northern points for several weeks.
The Past Matrons club of the
Order of the Eastern Star were
entertained Friday at a breakfast
party at the home of Mrs. Al H.
Stclner. Associate hostesses were
Mrs. George H. Burnett and Mrs.
William McCall. Wild flowers
decorated the small, tables at
which the guests were seated.
The club will not meet again
until fall when the first session
will be in the form of a picnic in
G rote's grove. A business session
followed the breakfast party.
Members of the organization
present for the breakfast were
Mrs. David A. Wright. Mrs. La
Fore, Mrs. Margaret WItchen,
Mrs, Barbara Hauenstein of Ohio,
who was a special guest; Mrs. Ida
M. Babcock, Mrs. George G.
Brown, Miss Hazel Bishop. Mrs.
Lena Cherrington. Mrs. Cupper,
Mrs. Ira Darby, Mrs. Derby, Mrs.
James Godfrey, Mrs. Paul Hauser,
Mrs. May, Mrs. M. L. Myers. Mrs.
B. J. Miles. MIbs Minnie Moeiler,
Mrs. Walter Smith. Mrs. W. Carl
ton Smith, Mrs. Amos Vass.
Miss Constance Kantner accom
panied the Whitney Boys chorus
to Portland. Sh$ assisted Dr. H.
C. E-ppley. director, d urine the
Miss Cornelia Marvin, state li
brarian, returned Friday from a
six weeks trip east
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pettit re
turned Friday from an extended
visit to eastern points.. . They at
spending the week-end in Porfr
land and Mr. Pettit will resume
hla work on the Oregohian tomor
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Roodell of
creston. Union county, Iowa, are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Georjte M.
inorapson. They are drlvlni-
through and will be here for se
Miss Mabel Brassfield and Earl
K. McCoy will be married Wed
nesday at St. Joseph's church
Miss Brassfield is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Brassfield
of Gervais. She has been work
ing in Portland for the last year1
Tbey will make their home la
Two brothera of Miss Brassfield
Harry Brassfield and Edward EL
orassueia 01 Momer. weo., are
guests in Salem, having come to
be present at the wedding. Mr
and Mrs. Harry Brassfield and
family have been guests at the E,
A. Thompson home for the last
week, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
E. Brassfield and four children
arrived in Salem last night, after
having driven through to the
coast in 1$ days. Mrs. E. A.
Thompson Is a sister of the Ne
A farewell party for Mt3 Helen
Pollack was given Thursday eve
ning by members of the K. C,
club. Miss Pollack will leave
lthin a few -weeks to make her
home In Corvallis.
Following a line party at the
Liberty theater the group gath
ered in the Rose room of The Spa.
Miss Charlotte Zieber acted as
toastmlstress for the occasion.1
Members honoring Miss Pollack,
included Miss Charlotte and Miss
Eugenia Zieber. Miss Hollis Vick,
Miss Helene Gregg. Miss 'Margaret
StoIU. Miss Myrtle Jensen, Miss
Helen Arpke. Miss Mabel Van Pat-
ton. Miss Helen Gray, Miss Marie
Rosteln, "Miss Lois Taylor, Miss
Neva Miller, Miss Mildred Hen-
Ken. Miss Edith urotnerton, Miss
Pauline Knowland. Miss Gene-
vneve Lndicott and Miss Meioa
The suburban home of Mr. and
Mrs. George Vick wa? the scene
of a pretty lawn party Friday
evenine. Miss Marjory Edmunds
was the honor guest for the oc
casion. Miss Edmonds leaves to-'
day for her home In Grand Rap
Ids. Mich., after a residence in
Salem of more than a year.
.Japanese lanterns oa the spa
clous lawn and within the rooms
added a pretty touch. Cards and
dancing were enjoyed during the
evening. "Miss Hollis Vick and
Mlsa Helene Gregg were hostesses
for the party and served dainty
refreshments during the evening.
The guests included- Mlsa-RathJ
wniw- Misa Mrrtle Jensen, miss
Herbert Socolof sky, Harold Soco-
lofsky. Truman Collins, ward
Sonthworth, Kenneth Perry.
Francis Ellia and Charles Nunn.
Governor and Mrs. Ben W. Ol
cott will spend the next two weeks
at Cannon beach .
Miss Ha Spaulding. Miss Grace
Holt and Miss Olga Gray, attend
ed the closing day of the' Rose
festival in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs, U. G. Shipley re
tarded Fr'day from California
wh?r they attended the shrine
Virginia Best, first charter
member, was chosen first presl
dent of the Salem chapter of the
Children of tht American Re vol u
tlon. Other officers chosen were
Elsie LaMoine Raymond, sec re
tary. Maureen Olive Styles, trea
surer and Donald Wilson, color
The first meeting which was for
the purpose of organ'zation was
held yesterday In WHlson park
Mr?. C. H. Workman, state org
anizer or the c. A. R.. whose
heme is in Portland, waa among
the out of twon D. A. Ft . mem
bers present. Miss Anne Lang.
The Dalles, state regent of the D
A. R . Mrs. Esther Allen Jacobs.
Mrs. J. M. Knight of Portland
were other members attending.
Members of Chemekta chapter
who attended were Miss Edith
Benidict. society organizing pres
ident of the C. A. R., Mrs. C. O.
Wilson, vice regent of Chemekta;
Mrs. Seymour Jones. Mrs. La
Moihe Clark. rMs C. C. Best. Mrs
Hairy M. Styles, Miss Lillian Ap
Capt. and Mrs. A. E. Isberwood
and Miss Louise Isherwood of Ft.
Francis, Ontario, are visiting Dr.
tnd Mrs. . T. Milliken and fam
ily. Mrs. Isherwood is Mrs. Milli
ken 's sister. The captain was for
several years in the employ of he
Hudsons Bay company, having
charge of the steamboat which
plied the Mackenzie river from
lakes Athabasca and Great Slave
to the Arctic ocean. These little
known -inland lakes are as large
as Huron and Michigan, and the
Canadian Arctic wonderland Is a
realm of real adventure. At pres
ent Catpaln Isherwood la In the
service of the Canadian National
Isaac Baumgartner was honored
recently on the occasion of hia
eighth birthday. Members of the
ladles of the G. A. R. surprised
him with a basket dinner.' Mrs.
J. Harrison, a daughter, acted as
hostess. Among those present
were Mrs. Sarah E. Olliver, Louise
Stone, Emma Thompson. Ruth
Denntson. Mabel L. TragTio, Au
gusta Eaton, Alice Rolo, Fanny
Neer and I. H. Neer.
The Daughters of Veterans pre
sented Mr. Baumgartner with a
large birthday rake trimmed with
red. white and blue candles. Mrs
M. Persons presented the cake.
Mrs. Louis Olsen and Miss Doris
Neptune were hostesses Wednes
day at a pretty dinner in honor
of Miss Virona Pyrietz of Rose
burg. Miss Pyrieta has been at
tending the University of Oregon
and was a guest In Salem. Dec
orations were pink snap dragons.
which in large baskets were es
Those invited for the affair
were Margaret Llvesley, Gene
vieve Endicott. Thelma Young
and Mabel Dotson.
A party of University of Ore
gon students arrived in Salem
during the week who had made
the trip from Eugene in canoes
Mr. and Mrs. J. Haines of Port
land chaperoned the party. In
the three canoes were Miss Lorna
Coolidge of La Grande, Miss Mar-
caret Beattie, Oregon City, and
Herbert J. Darby and Paul Staley,
both of Salem.
Miss Maxine Glover has been
snendlne the week in Portland
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wal
COMING SOCIAL EVENTS
The Minnesota picnic, which
was to nave been July 4. has
been postponed. No date has a
yet been set and announcement
ill be made later, according to
those in charge.
The first tea of the season will
be given Thursday at the Illahee
Country club. Bridge will be
played during the afternoon and
it is being urged that all who
The Portland-Salem picnic will
be held next Sunday in Portland.
Many former Salem folks will at
tend and a number are going from
Salem to be present.
quest returned by California and
visited with friends in California.
IjOs Angeles and with her daugh
ter .Mrs. Roy Wesley Burton In
Miss Adalaide V. Lake, formerly
society editor on the Capital Jour
nal. left last night for Eugene
where she will visit with her
father until next Friday when she
will begin work on the Morning
lac Glover. She attended the
Rose festival and will return
Mrs. William Brown returned
Friday from a trip to Gearhart
where she was a guest of her sis
ter. Mrs. W. H. Eldridge. 4
Mrs. George H. Rodgera return
ed Friday from a several weeks
visit In flie east. She spent con
siderable time in Washington, D
Mrs. James D. Ogden Is return
Ina today to her home in Port
land after spending the week at
the home of her daughter, Jrs
11. R. White.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Share and
Miss Mable Brecker spent a few
days recently with Mr. and 'Mrs.
A. N. Becker at Vancouver. Wash
Mrs. Ed Lloyd and Mrs. J.
Gilam spent Friday in Portland.
attending the Rose festival
Miss Evelyn Roberts is a guest
of her sister. Miss Eva. Roberts
Mlsa Roberts wilt attend the Capi
tal Business college this sammer
Miss Lois Nye left Friday for
Tacoma where she will visit with
her sister, Mrs. F. W. Schwab
Miss Nye waa accompanied aa far
as Portland by her mother. Mrs
G. A. Nye and Mrs. C G. Gray
and Doris Nye.
Mrs. Frank A. Rosenquest has
returned to Salem - following
nine montha business trip to
Rqth Peck, Miss Margaret StolU,lCheckshaf ' Okla. . Mri. Rosen
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CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
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Are You Really Set For
Here Are Bathing Suits, Caps
and Shoes. Bright Green, Or
ange, Bright Blue, Red, Yellow,
Tan, Navy, Brown and Other
Think of the good times you can have in the
water this summer, so get a new ha thin? suit
and join the merry throng in splashing and
swmming in the cool water on a hot summer's
34 to 44
32. to 36
Bathing Caps 25c to 75c
Rf !J DDO E
No wardrobe is complete without
a middy, we have a variety of
styles and materials to choose
from. We have some that have
the detachable wool collar and
cuffs, mWVfcis in all white and mid
dies with llawcd cotton collars.
Sizes from 6 years up to 44 bust.
Priced from....$1.69 up to $3.75
YOUR MAIL ORDERS
receive prompt and careful
attention, we pay the post
age or express on all or
ders within a radius of a
hundred miles. . , - .
Children's Sizes Prices Range
28 to 32 from $2.50 to $6.93
Bathing Shoes... 75c and 98c
DO YOU NEED A
We have a splendid assortment of
khaki, knickers, breeches, coats
Women's knickers $3.50 and $4.95
Women's Breeches $2.75
Women's Khaki Middies. $2.95
Women's Khaki Coats
$30 and $6.50
Women's Khaki JIats ...:.$ 1.25
Women's Khaki -Leggins..: ...98c
Children's Khaki Outing Salts
1 $2.75 and $5.95
Portland Silk Shop
' 383 Alder St.