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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEH, OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE II, 1926
By AUDRED BUNCH -r- Phone 101
Margaret Legge Becomes
Bride of Wallace Griffith
at Rose Garden Wedding
. . The south lawn of the P. A.
Legfe homQ.at 1$99 State street,
shaded by . Immense maple trees,
formed a beautiful setting- for the
rose garden wedding of yesterday
afternoon at which Miss Winifred
Margaret. Legge, only daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Legge, became
the bride of Mr. Wallace Clayton
Griffith, youngest son of Mrs. J.
C Griffith. The ceremony was
lL formed at 4 o'clock, with Dr.
Norman Kendall Tully, pastor of
the First Presbyterian church, the
officiating clergyman. The single
ring sendee was used.
An Improvised pergola, with
irorf prayer bench and tall rrory
baskets filled with summer garden
flowers," made a fitting altar ' in
the ' garden space enclosed with
lattices and evergreens.
The bridal party left the hall
where the Legge coat of honor
hung and descended the veranda
Bteps as Mrs. Asel Eoff played Men
delssohn's wedding march. The
bride chose as her only attendant
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Kenneth
Legge, who acted as matron ' of
honor. Mr. Ellis Von Eschen, a
Willamette university friend of the
groom, served as best man. '
The bridal party was preceded
to the altar by little Miss Joseph
ine Morse, flower girl, and little
Master Richard Steeves, ring
bearer. Little Miss Morse is the
three-year-old daughter bf Mr. and
Mrs. Paul B. Morse (Muriel
SteeveS)" of Vancouver, Wash.,
while Master" Steeves is the
three-year-old son of Dr. and Mrs.
Laban Steeves. "
The bride was charming in an
exceedingly becoming creation of
rose georgette and ecru Venice
lace, with ornament of rhinestones.
The gown, made with three pleated
godets In the front of the skirt,
with two graceful panels from the
shoulders to the hem in the back,
and having pleated inserts in the
long sleeves, was worn with an
overdress of ecru Venise lace. A
picture hat of rose-pink hemp
Straw! with silk ribbon crossing
the crown, and a pink waterlily on
the ' brim completed the color
scheme of the bride's costume.
Her ornaments were the groom's
gift of pearls and the diamond
brooch that was the gift of'lier
parents. ' Her bouquet was a love
ly' shower of Pilgrim roses in
shades of rose-pink "with, cream
colored sweet peas, and rose and
white tulle streamers in which tiny
Cecil Brtioner roses. were caught.
The' bride's slippers were of "Sil
ver. .; - '
i Mrs. Kenneth Legged the matron
of honor, was lovely In a two-tone
frock of rose georgette, with orna
ment of cut steel and fagoting
lae box pleated- skirt. - Her hat,
a model of the picture type, also
combined the light ,ftnd the deeper
rose'. ' Mrs. Legge' carried a beau
tiful arm bouquet of butterfly
Little Miss Josephine Morse, the
flower girl, wore a diminutive
frock of ruffled rose georgette and
carried a basket of roses with an
intermingling of sweet peas tb
match ' those of the bride's bou
ijuet. Master Richard"Steeres, the
ring bearer, wearing a suit of rose
pink linen, carried the ring in the
heart of a rose.
F. A. Legge gave his daughter
in marriage. During the ceremony
the bride stood on the Paisley
shawl which belonged to her grand
mother.' , ;
' Immediately preceding the ser
vice Miss Eleanor Moore sang "At
Dawning," Mrs. Asel Eoff playing
Stationed at the gate to greet
the guests were Miss Beatrice
Lock hart of ' Portland and Miss
jenelle Vandevort. Miss Georg
anne Hooder and Miss Josephine
Albert attended the guests as they
reached the house. 1
' A reception on the lawn followed
the wedding,' with the serving tak
ing place In the house.' ' Mrs. Errol
Proctor was in charge of the din
ing room. Mrs. Alice H. Dodd
presided at the urn, while Mrs.
C. M. French of Portland cut the
Ices. The reception table earned
out a color scheme pf pink and
silver. A centerpiece of sweet
William and candytuft was used
in a low howl while exquisitely
slender rose tapers glowed from
silver holders. Assisting in the
serving were Mrs. Paul Morse of
Vancouver,! Wash.; Miss Genevieve
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Mrs. F. A. Legge, mother of the
bride, and Mrs. J. C. Griffith,
mother of the groom, assisted by
Mrs. B. L. Steeves, received the
guests at the reception hour.
The bride was made the recipi
ent of all manner of lovely gifts
in silver, cut glass, electrical fix
tures, furniture, pictures and ex
quisite linen, in addition to tele
grams. Mrs. A. A. Lee had charge
of the gift room.
Both Mr. and.Mrs. Griffith are
members of prominent pioneer
families whose residence in Salem
covers a long period of time. Both
are graduates of Willamette uni
versity.. Mrs. Griffith is a promi
nent member of both the Beta Chi
sorority and of the Adelante so
ciety. Mr. Griffith is a member of
the Theta Alpha Phi dramatic fra
ternity and of the Alpha Kappa
Nu, honorary scholastic fraternity.
Mr. Griffith, who will engage
actively in educational work, is
making extensive plans for the
furtherance of his study, both on
the coast and in the east. Mr.
and Mrs. Griffith left Immediately
after the ceremony for Seattle,
where they will spend the sum
mer. Mrs. Griffith's going away cos
tume was of gray Poiret twill,
with squirrel fur trim, and novel
sleeves embroidered in blue and
gold. Her hat was a close-fitting
model of blue and gray, with ac
cessories chosen to harmonise.
One hundred And twenty-five in
vitations were issued for the event.
Among the out-of-town guests in
vited were Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Jorgensen and family, Mrs. Sarah
5 M. Dalrymple, Mrs. O. E. Krausse,
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sigel, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Pruden, Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Giesy and family, all of
Portland; Miss Helen Pearce of
Cambridge, ' Mass. ; Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Cook of.Chetek, Wis.; Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Currie of Macleay;
Miss Helen Padget, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Aim of Longvlew, Wash.;
Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Lockhart,
Mrs. D., M. French of Portland;
Mrs. Constance Hodder, Miss
Georganne Hodder and Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Lendemann of Port
land; Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Quisen
berry of Corvallis; Mr. and Mrs.
Archie McKeuen and Mrs. Fl A.
Ferguson of Hood River, and Mrs.
Errol Proctor of Portland.
Byron D. Arnold to
Present Pupils at
Walter Hall Tonight
A group of talented pupils of
I ' .Byron D. Arnold will appear in
snlnteresting musicale at' 8 o clock
tonight in Waller Hall. Howard
Halbert or Corvallis, a pupil or
Marguerite MacMsnus, conductor
of the OAC symDhony orchestra.
will give assisting violin numbers.
The participants, and the numbers
they will play, are as follows:
March of the Dwarfs ....Greig
Over the Hills Logan
Balancelle .. Wachcs
Homer Goulet Jr.
Howard Halbert of Corvallis.
Dancing Horses Ewing
Dance of the Gnomes Ambrose
At Play .. Rhode
. Mildred Drager.
Hunter's Song Lynes
La Cacchucha Dance Friml
La Denzarina ....... Mueller
Goodnight 1 Brown
Ave Maria Schubert
Nocturne E flat Chopin
Valse BUiette - Drigo
Gypsy Airs Sarasate
Waltz E flat Chopin
The missionary society of the
First Presbyterian church will be
entertained on Friday afternoon
at Chemawa. Cars will be at the
church at"2 o'clock.
Open Garden at Jonesmere
Many Salem flower lovers are
anticipating the' visit to Jones
mere, the country home of Mrs.
W. Al Jones on the Wheatland
Ferry road north of Salem this
afternoon and early evening, from
2 to 8 o'clock. Miss Mabel Creigh
ton will act as hostess for the
"open garden," assisted by Mrs.
H. H. dinger, Mrs. W.lE. Ander
son, 'Mrs. Edwin L.-' Baker, Mrs.
Homer Goulet and Mrs. W. Al
Jones. ' . "'
Camp, Fire Girls
Plan for Guest
Miss Rowe Wright, editor in
chief of Everygiris. the official
Camp Fire. publication, -will be In
Salem next Friday evening and
Saturday, the guest of the city's
Camp Fire girls. She will arrive
Friday evening and will be enter
tained for the night at the home
of Mrs. I:IjLaws. Several things
have been planned for Saturday,'
including a one o'clock luncheon
with the Guardians.. pnbjic meet
ing in, the auditorium of the city
C. F. Breithaupt, florist and
decorator.; 12 J.N. Liberty. Phona
3 &01 . Flowers," bulbs,- floral de
signs for all occasion, pioneer
IT Social Calendar
"Open garden"? at Jonesmere on
Wheatland Ferry road. ' 2 to ; 8
Piano recital. Salem pupils of
Byron D. Arnold. Waller Hall. S
W. R. C. LadieVAid. All-day
meeting. Fairgrounds. '
Adelante society alumnae ban
quet. Gray Belle, 5:30 o'elock.
Miss Fay Sparks, soprano, in
graduation recital. Waller hall.
8:15 o'clock. Public invited.
First Presbyterian church mis
sionary society. Chemawa.' Meet
at churchc at 2 o'clock to go In
Pi Gamma Mu banquet. Green
Gate tea room. The Spa. 12:30
Camp Fire meeting. City lib
rary. 3 o'clock.
library at 3 o'clock, and a banquet
with the Camp Fire girls and their
mothers at the First Presbyterian
church at 6 o'clock in the eve
ning. A very warm invitation Is ex
tended to the public to attend the
open meeting at the library Satur
day afternoon. Miss Wright comes
from the busy headquarters of
Camp Fire In New York city and
speaks with authority on the Camp
Commencement Exercises at
Blind School on Friday
The commencement exercises
of the Oregon School for the Blind
will take place on Friday evening,
June 11, at 8 o'clock, with the
public cordially, invited to attend.
Five diplomas will be presented
at this time to Wilbur Lane. Gil
bert Lane, Melvin :D. SmlthGlenn
Walker, and Daniel Roberts. ' -' '
The program will include or
chestra numbers, recitations,
readings, piano solos, a cantata,
an organ solo, class history ora
tions a 8axaphpne solo songs and
an exhibition of school work in
the gymnasium. .
Fred J. Tooze will give the ad
dress and present the diplomas.
. J. W. Howard is. superinten
dent of the school.
The complete program will be
Selection, "O Sole Mio!"
Recitation, "Knee Deep in
June," Riley Helen Howard.
Reading, "The Little Girl,"
Piano Solos, (a) "Andagio Can
tabile," Op. 13, Beethoven, (b)
"Second Mazurka in B-flat," God
dard Gilbert Lane.
.Recitation, "The Sea," Byron
Cantata, "The Little Gypsy,"
Geibel Junior Chorus.
Reading, "A Dude's Soliloquy"
Piano Solo, (a) "Callirhoe."
Chaminade. (b) "Love in
Dreams" Franz Liszt Carl
Organ Solo, "Triumphal March"
Dudley Buck Gilbert Lane. v
History, "Our Class," Melvin
Oration, "The English Lang
uage" Wilbur Lane.
Saxaphone Solo, "Serenade,"
Schubert Glenn Walker.
Oration, "The. Care of the
Piano" Daniel Roberts.
Song, "Commencement Day"
Address and presentation of
Diplomas Senator F. J. Tooze.
Song, "June Song" School.
Exhibition of school work in
Solemnized in Portland
A simple but very pretty wed
ding took place in Portland, June
6, 1926, at the home of Mrs. Wal
ter Taylor, formerly of Salem,
when her aunt. Mrs. Rose Evelyn
Gamble was united in marriage to
Phillip Curtis Morris.
The bride was;ovely In a gown
of poudre blue georgette with rose
colored hat. Her bouquet was of
As a departure from the usual
order, they were attended by their
two sons, Francis Gamble and
Phillip Morris. Jr.
Only the, relations of both par
ties were present at the ceremony
which took place at 8 o'clock a.
m. Rev. John F. Dunstan of the
Highland Congregational church
officiated and Mrs. Walter Tay
lor played the wedding march.
, After the ceremony a wedding
breakfast . was served. Pink and
white were the color schemes.
tiny pink kewpees marking the
places. In the' center of the table
was a bowl of pink rose buds.
. , The rooms were prettily, dec
orated with pink roses and delphi
niums . and fern.
"Mrs. Morris is a native of .Den
ver, Colorado, but has made Sa
lem her home for a number of
years. ' " ' " '
Mr. Morris. Is from Zenia, Illi
nois and has, lived in Salem , for
sometime where both have a cir
cle of friends. . ' ,
' After a short wedding, trip by
motor through the Interior of the
state, they will be at home to their
friends 'at 1010 N. Cottage fit,
Salem. ' :
C. E. Holds Business Meeting
- The regular monthly business
meeting1 of the Ej L.C E". of the'
Chemeketa street ' Evangelical
church was held at the; home "of
O. R. Strausbaugh this week, .ft-
The Bake-Rlte ' Bakery. : Busy
every day supplying ;best homes
with bakery goodiTof 'all .kinds;
baked In a kitchen dean as your
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err the -business meeting a social
hoar, was enjoyed. Those present
were Misses Effle Grimes, Sophia
Bruce, Genevieve Martin, Ruth
Burch, and Susan Martin, and
Clyde Strausbaugh, Dale Howard,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blate, Mr. and
Mrs. O. R. Strausbaugh, and Rev.
Erskine. ' '
Miss Fisher Presents
Group of Junior Pupils
in Pleasing -Recital
A particularly pleasing musical
program, was given by a group of
Junior pupils of Miss Margaret
Fisher who appeared on -Tuesday
evening at the First Presbyterian
church. In recital. Great baskets
of delphinium, foxgloves, snap
dragons, and Canterbury ,: bells
transformed the platform, making
a particularly attractive setting
for the costume pageant,,. "The
Crowning of the Summer Queen."
A. large number of parents and
friends filled the church for the
The following numbers were
On Patrol, Loeb-Evans Bea
trice Evans - Josephine Evans.
The Elf and the Fairy, Benfley;
Piccaniny March, Chamber Bet
C Major on Parade, Fox Mar
Happy Girls Mazurka, Glebel
Happy Hottentots, Anthony
Dancing Daisies, Spaulding
Boys' Brigade, Wenrich -
Moonlit Waves, Fearis Betty
Song of the Robin, Warren
Dragonflies, Becker Julia
The Crowning of the Summer
Queen Grace Bailey - Annabelle
Hoogerhyde - Clair Lane - Clar
ence Lane - Tommy Gabriel -Beverly
Swarts - Fern Purdy J
Ruth Starret - Evelyn Berger.
Dance of the Butterflies, Tellam
On the Moonlit Sea, Smith
The Wood Nymphs Harp, Rea
The Rose Faye, Heins Robefti
Promenade, Ringuet Mary
Hickman - Letha Maddison -
May Sounds, Ganchals Karline
The Daisies, Fountaine Jose
Waltz of Dreams, Huston
Birds of Spring, Lange Mary
My Shadow Action Song, Gay-
nor Betty Fargo.
New 'Spring, Lange Letha
Yesterglow, Shure Madolyn
Scotch Dance, Baker Audrey
"The Sea Beast" Comes Saturday
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John Barrymore and Dolores Costello in what is declared to be the
greatest film epic of the sea ever screened. "The Sea Beast," will be
Shown at the Elsinore Theatre here on Saturday, continuing over
Sunday. Monday and Tuesday. The screen production is an adapt
ion of the story, "Moby Dick" by Herman Melville.-"
At Shipley's the ladies of Salem
.ave satisfied themselves that they
can get the finest spring and sum
mer frocks, coast and dresses ever
shown in this city.
Song of the Bathers, Wacbs
Rustic Dance, Mason Dorothy
Gutekunst - Doris Clarke.
Miss Buchanan to 'Marry
Miss Ruth Buchanan, a cousin
of Mrs. Mark McCallister of this
city, will be married next week
according to ' the. following an
nouncement from the Corvallis
Invitations are out for the wed-
Hartman Bros, jewelry store.
Watches, clocks, rings, pins, dia
monds, charms, cut - glass, silver
ware. Standard goods. State at
Liberty St. . ()
ding of Miss Ruth Buchanan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred
Buchanan, to Ralph Clark of La
Grande, the nuptial event to be
solemnized at 3:30 Wednesday
afternoon, June 16, in the First
Presbyterian church. Miss Bu
chanan is a graduate of the con
servatory of music, Oregon Agri
cultural college, and possesses
both vocal and instrumental tal
ent. She. is one of the city's well
knwn young women. Mr. Clark,
who is a graduate of O. A. C, Is
jtne5 La Grande'florist and one of
that cityVprominent young busi
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Pythian Sisters to
The Pythian Sisters will spon
sor a benefit dance on : Tuesday
evening,! June 15,: in the Frater
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Pythian) home for Oregon and
Wedding in Eugene
Mrs. Caroline E. Miller of Junc
tion City became the bride of
Shertnan S. Shank of Aumsville
on Sunday June 6, at 5:30 o'clock.
The impressive ceremony was
used, the service taking place in
the First Christian church at Eu
gene, with Rev. E. V. Stivers the
Those present included Mr. and
Mrs. W.i B. Page of Salem, Mrs.
Sally Clrk, mother of the bride, 4
Mr. and! Mrs. Harold Ransom of
Lyons, Oregon, and Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Speer of Junction City.. .
Immediately after the ceremony
The Midget Meat Market never
falls to give you the finest meats
and fish. There is but. one place
In Salem to get the finest fish. The
Midget Market has it for you. ()
the party enjoyed a wedding din
ner! at the Osborne.
Swank, for a number of
has been - identified with
Junction; City Hardware com-
pany. while. Mr. SwanK is a re-1
business .man of Marion
The couple are spending
a short time at Seaside.
Tha Cherrr CltT Baklnr Co.
bread, pies and cakee are of high
est ouality. One of Oregon's most
sanitary bakeries. -Visit it. Worth
while. A Salem show place. . (),
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CSHICAGO, June 9. The en
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president of Swift & Co., to wed
MisiL Claire Du. Metropolitan and
Chicago Civic opera star, was an
nounced tonight. Mr. Swife is 0
years" old and has been divorced
since 1903.. ;
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