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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1933)
The 6hG0N STATESMAN, fialeni, Orefron, Scnday Morning March 5, 1933
Miss Helen Charlotte High Becomes Bricle
In Colorful Ce
Nuptials " of
Miss High- and Mr. - Pierce Followed by Extended
Wedding Trip to Hawaiian Islands
TTTISS HELEN CHARLOTTE HIGH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carlton of Eu
luL gene, became the bride of Archie Carlton Pierce, son of Mrs. Laura Pierce of Med
ford, at 4:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon in a colorful wedding at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Evans.
Rev1. G. V. Fallis of Portland read the ceremony before an inprovised alter of palms
and ferns. Rack of the bridal party burned pink and white tapers in many pointed can
.Preceding the ceremony Don Eva, of Eugene, sang "I Love You Truly" and "At Dawn
ing" accompanied by John Stark Evans of Eugene. As the bridal party took its place Mr.
Evans played softly a processional march. -
The bride was beautiful in a gown of white satin, made
with high waist line and smart puffed sleeves. The skirt
wept the floor and.' a train of imported French lace was an
accentuating loveliness. The train fell from the cap 'shaped
veil which circled the bride's head. Her only ornament was
a string of pearls, gift of . the o
groom,; and her flowers', car
as a shower bouquet.
were rosebuds and lilies of the
Miss Edith Aver of Eugene was
maid of nonor. Her gown was of
pink organdie, the quaint beauty
of which was accentuated, with a
wide pink ribbon sash for the high
waist line. Her flowers were ar
ranged in an arm bouquet and in
cluded roses, daffodils, and sweet
A charming little Lord Fontle
roy and bis maid carried the train
t the bride. Master Kenneth
Bratney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Bratney of Portland, was Lord
Fontleroy, and small Barbara Cul
eertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Culbertson of Medford, was
his maid. Miss Barbara wore a
froek of frilly yellow.
Small 1 hirley Coates, daughter
f Mr. and Mrs. MeJVin Coates of
Cathlamet, Wash., was the flower
girl. Her ruffled frock was of
pink. Dainty little Laura Lee
Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Em-.i iiomas, was ring bearer.
Mr. Pierce chose as his best
man Walter Smith of Medford.
Following the wedding cere
mony a. reception was held at the
Evans home In which about SO
guests greeted Mr. and Mrs.
Pierce. Mrs. Melvln Coates and
Mrs. Cecil Evans presided at the
service tableIrs. Pierce cut. the
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce left by air
plane for San Francisco today.
Mrs. Pl3rce will wear for her tra
veling ensemble a suit of dark
blue with accessories to match
and a whit fox fur.
From Sai. Francisco Mr. and
Mrs. Pi-rce will trarel to the Ha
waiian islands for an extended
wedding trip. They will leave San
Francisco on the S. S. Monterey.
Mrs. Pierce, a niece of Mr: and
Mrs. A. B. ETans, attended the
Vniversity of Oregon, graduated
frnra Soatheru Oregon Normal
school, and for the past four years
las been teaching. Mr. Pierce at
teried Oregon State college and
has for the past several years been
fa transportation activities, as
head of the Pierce Auto Freight
company. " made hia home
In Portland where he is a member
f the Multnomah Athletic club
and active in civic affairs
Mrs. Rebey Ratcliff spent two
- days In Portland this week
P.T. A. Plans
rfWO beneflta dot the calendar
I for this week. The first will
1 be Friday afternoon at Ma
sonic temple at which time Leslie
Parent-Teacher organisation will
entertain with a card benefit, the
proceeds to go to aid in medical
treatment needed by certain chil
dren of the- city in which the or
ganisation is interested.
Mrs. Dan McLellan heads the
committee of Mrs. George Graben
horst, Mrs. Earl Pearcy and Mrs.
V. E. Newcomb, in charge of the
affair. Reservations may be made
with either Mrs. McLellan or Mrs.
Among those to reserve tables
today, and about 30 tables have
been reserved so far, are included
Mrs. W. E. Hanson. Mrs. Herbert
Ostlind, Miu. P. H. Drager, Mrs
Fred Duncan, Mrs. J. H. Willett,
Mrs. George Hug, Mrs. Frank
Boehringer, Mrs. C. A. Downs,
Mrs. B. F. Pound, Mrs. David Ben
nett Hill, Mrs. George Graben
horst. Mrs. Douglas McKay, Mrs.
A. C. F. PeriT, Mrs. H. Hjort, Mrs
Hal Hoss, Mrs. A. L. Lindbeck,
Mrs. E. T. Pierce, Mrs. Ray Yo-
cum, Mrs. Knight Pearcy, Mrs.
Gene Grabtmhorst, Mrs. A. A.
Krueger, Mis. E. B. Gabriel, Mrs.
H. K. StockvelV Mrs. Elmer Daue,
Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Rhoten, Mrs.
Vernon A. Douglas, Mrs. Charles
Green," Mrs. John Carkin, Mrs.
Walter Zosel. Mrs. Arthur Rahn,
Mli9 Sally Lansing, Mrs. W. L.
Phillips, ' Mi's. Roy Hurst, Mrs.
Percy Kelly, Mrs. Ed J. Goode
nough, Mrs. Earl Bear, Mrs. Wil
liam EUis ai d Mrs. Dan McLellan.
The second benefit will be Fri
day night at the Masonic temple
under the assplces of the Business
and Professional Women. The
funds from this belief It will go to-'
ward the Y. W. C. A. needs. Mrs.
Winifred Herrick is in general
charge of arrangements for this.
Marion County Federation of
Community Clubs will meet Mon
day night in the chamber of com
merce rooms at 8 o'clock.
is hardly possible to deter
mine the vast Interest which
is being felt in Salem concern
ing the Thursday night symphony
program being offered by Jacques
Gerskoviteh and his young musi
cians under the sponsorship of the
Salem Philharmonic orchestra as
Tbi; program will be the first
time that the orchestra attempted
really music that comes under the
head of pure symphony produc
tions. The rehearsal of Thursday
night indicated the program to be
presented will be truly brilliant.
In addition to the splendid of
lerlng of the orchestra, the well
known baritone, Mark Dainels of
Portland, will be guest soloist
His accompanist, David Campbell
of Portland, is also well known
both as an accompanist and as a
ine orrery s of Mr. Daniels
ana .Mr. Campbell will be a bril
liant and highly artistic contribu
tion to the symphony program.
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Sunday, March 5
Night service at First Presbyterian church spon
sored by women of Missionary society; presenting Dr.
and Mrs. J. Vinton Scott in Illustrated lecture of living
in China as they saw it; public Invited to attend.'
Monday, March 6 -
Salem Garden club, with Mlsa Edith Schryver talk- '
ing on the subject of a "Garden Medley", I o'clock,
chamber of commerce rooms.
Marion County Federation of community clubs, t
o'clock chamber of commerce rooms.
P. L. E. and F. club at K. P. hall for one o'clock
potluck luncheon; business meeting to follow.
Rebekahs at 7:30 o'clock In I. O. O. F. hall; all
degree team members out for practice for county con
vention in Silver ton March 7. '
Dinner to be served by Hal Hlbbard post and aux
iliary in armory, :S0 o'clock; program to follow.
Tuesday, March 7
Salem Music Teachers at residence studio of El ma
Weller, North Liberty street, 7:30 o'clock; program to
follow business meeting.
Bible class of Mrs. C. A. Park, t o'clock; any wom
an interested is welcome to attend.
Security Benefit, 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. 0. Hat
field. Eastern. Star will have social evening following
. regular business meeting; committee In charge, officers
f lodge. "
American. War Mothers, regular business meeting
it American Lutheran church, t eclock.
Wednesday, March 8
Ladies Guild of American Lutheran church, month
ly meeting. In church parlors; social hour to follow
Women's Missionary society. First Presbyterian
church, church parlors. 3:30 o'clock; Mrs. Grover Blrt
chet in charge of program.
Women's home Missionary society of Jason Lee
ehurch, with Mrs. H. G. Humphreys, S60 Jefferson
Friday, March 10
Executive committee meeting of Marlon county
W. C. T. V.; general officers meet It o'clock; executive
officers 10:30 to 4 o'clock.
eon at noon
Salem members serve lunch-
Miss h.u.:'a Schryver wl11
dress the Salem Garden clab for
Its March meeting Monday night
at t ae chamber of commerce on a
general subject of gardening. She
will discuss flower shows, the
purpose, manner of exhibiting,
flower arrangement and points of
judging; picking garden, picking
flowers, Hew annuals; the other
general subjects. She Is calling
her talk a "garden medley.
Mies Dorothea Kletxing enter
tained with a wafjle supper at the
home of her parents Saturday
night. Guests included Helen Con-
dra, Ruth Grace, Beula Brooks,
Virginia Bean, Edna Lewis, Mar
xaret Upjohn, Dorothy Williams,
Ernestine Gailbraith. Ferol Bus
well, Alice Cunningham, and Mary
Salem Music Teachers will meet
Tuesday evening at the residence
studio of Elma Weuer. The meet
ing haa been called for 7:30
o'clock and all members are urged
to come at this time in order that
bustnesa matters may be taken
care of before the program to be
presented by Miss Lena Belle Tar
tar and Miss Winifred Byrd, Mrs
Walter Denton and Mrs. Stephen
Enthusiasm of Inaugural Weekend Seems to Have Permeated Spirit
Of Capital City Society
4 delightful week of many interests has passed into the background with this weekend
and onens the wav for a similar week iust ahead. The legislative group continue to
inspire hosts and hostesses of Salem. Informal dinners, buffet suppers, luncheons and ris-
iting matrons asked as special guests for card club afternoons nave given variety u
the visitors strenuous attention to law-making.
Miss Dorothy White and Miss Maxine Myers, both brides elect, have been feted with
charming affairs, both formal and informal, and they continue to dominate plans for this
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weeK anead. rians lor aicernoon ana evenings are oemg axmngcu wim uugc pw
Monday night, by a group of young maids in compliment to Miss Myers and a tea for
which Miss Zora Farnsworth will be hostess Monday ait-y
ernoon in compliment to Miss White leading the way.
Miss White has had a busy weekend in Portland as the
guest of two of her bridesmaids, Mi v Florence White and
Miss Lucy Elden, both of whom entertained for ner. .
A third-bride elect to be made known this past week is
Xf i "Rltn fnaffffet whose com-O r , .
Goodrich of Camas, Wasn.,
The weekend haa been crowd
ed. The inaugural ceremonies as
broadcast OTer the radios gather
ed many small groups together to
listen to that great pageant tak
ing plaee in Washington D. C.
The reality created was ao com
plete that the listening audience
could eren see the violets carried
by the First Lady, and could see
the many . beautiful gowns worn
by the many distinguished wom
en whose names were called as
they were described.
For college people this excite
ment was quiet In comparison to
the whirl of excitement and
thrills which came associated
with the traditional Willamette
university "Freshmen Glee". A
large tea at the home of Mrs.
Otto Paulua was the outstanding
social feature of the afternoon
hours and the class parties and
alumnae party following the
"Obse" competition were out
standing college affairs. large
number of out-of-town people
were present for the weekend ac
tivities. And maids of the city gather
ed many strong in the Masonic
temple for the charity benefit for
which the Order of Rainbow were
hostesses Saturday afternoon.
A busy week full of variety and
promises ust as much despite the
fact tHat lent is upon us.
The symphony program, one
which will represent the first
symphony music to be presented
by this group, will be an event of
Thursday night. This is truly a
high point In musical circles in
Salem for this year or years past
for it marks a high standard of
accomplishment by Salem's own
The national celebration of
Business and Professional Worn
en'a week will also be a matter ef
consideration for this week. Each
year this week is observed by
talks before organixationa . by
women of the club, a president's
breakfast, publie relatione dinner
and reception at Lausanne 'halL
This year a benefit. card party will
add to the Interest of the week's
celebration. The funds front this
will be given over to the T. WV
C. A. The benefit is to be givea-t,
Friday evening in Masonle tern
pie. Mrs. Winifred Herriek has
charge of general arrangements.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davidson en
tertained .at their country home
Friday night la compliment to
Miss Irene Mundt whose marriage
to Frederick Xckengren of Ger
vais will be an event of April
Many gifts were received by the
bride-elect In the shower which
was a feature ef the evening.
THE NEW DEAL
Your Photograph "8x10"
2 for 95 cents
Court & Commercial Sts.
A Week's Selling ...... Special Event
Sports . . . . .
AN unusually smart affair of the weekend was the benefit
bridge for which the Order of Rainlww for Girls was
hostess in the Masonic temple social room Saturday after
noon. Miss Ruth Fick was in general charge of the affair and
was assisted by a bevy of popular young roaids of the order.
Spring fkwers in gay arrangement added to the pretty effect
of the afternoon frocks of the large number of maids and
motrnni xvYin cathered for O
' o - -r, -w:- t. :.. .
Harriett Stimaitll, Hia Wilm Conner.
this charity event. Funds de
rived are being used for a
worthy charity activity in
which the order is Interested.
At the tea hour Miss Marie Pat
ten and Dialbert Jepsen each con
tributed lovely musical numbers.
Mrs. David Wright and Mrs. Pearl
Pratt presided at the prettily ap
pol ted tea ta jle. .
Those playing tor the afternoon
Uift Hle Pvrrint, Mis Julia Jen
m, Jtiia tleaaor Triad! Mitt Rata Ya
mm. Mfaa Kdaa SaTa. Mitt Jeaa Me-
- KUiiany; Mills lrma Oebler. affea Mmny
Btealinr. Mia Franco Elli. Mia Char
fetu MeCla. Miw Martha 8praf, Miw
Betty Swithwi Miaa Dorothy D,lk. Mia
Virtinia Gk!thr, Miaa BoWU Mill.
. Kiti Inobet i Moreaouc. Miaa Pa Galla
gher. Mi Molly GaUafher. Mia Mar-
CrH Purriaa, Mis Jwyhine Comojtr,
1 TWti Baker. Mia Laseta Bellinrer.
Hlu lfrrarita Smith. MU ' Eloil
Wright, Mia Margaret Siaaau. Mia El
alter Steioeir. Mia Hetti Kriekeabaaaa,
Mia EmnMjiB Ludl. Mia 'ABce Crary
Uravi. Miaa Lena Belle Tartar. Mi Ma-
hl Robert. Mia Eilli Copper. Mis
Margaret BaTaeUe, Miu Perry Wagataff,
MU Dereth? Meere. MHi ClaoU Bum
tia. Mia Eralra Kerr. Mia Keteer GiV
Wnl Wiaa DerotiT Alexaa4er. Mia Mar
iano Kaox. I Miaa'Lseill Bum. Miaa
Mia Joyce Al'e. Miaa
phrr. Miss ltheriae Head
Mr. Tea uaamoeri, aire. 1. v. i rooco ,
Mr. Harris Uetx. Mr. K. V. Krteae).
Mr. Tom Dryian, Mrs. Alletta Weisaer,
Mrs. Nina Adi at, Mr. Darid Wright,
Mr. Paol V. J.ihason, Mrs, B. G. Doege,
Mrs. M. R. Ma rage. Mr. A. G. Upato.
Mr. R. W. Ciaia-. Mrs. T. B. Boberts.
Mn. W. I. Stsl-iy, Mrs. E. L. Mrera. Mrs.
W. E. Wilson, Mr. J. Barrett. Mra. H. V.
Taylor. Mr. Purl Pratt, Mrs. A. L.
Brown. Mr. E. HalL Mr. A. Jf. Marco.
Mm. Veom Atexaader, Mr. Art h or E.
Gibbard. Mrs. Itoy H. Mill. Mr. Noreae
Fick. Mrs. W. Load Head. Mr. Mti-O.
Baren. Mr J A. Smith. Mra. J. T. Whit-
tig. Mr. John Griffith. Mr. Frank Deeke-lah,-Mn.
Walaeo Cartes. Mrs. George
Weller. -Mrs. Karl Beck. Mrs. Selly
Greene, Mrs. Richard Stater and Mrs.
Dolpn L. Craig.
Elks and Pigs the New Thing. Leathers
constructed in styles that form the leaders
See the Sport Display ...
. . . Note the Splendid Values
New Shoes New 1 933 Prices
Have You Your Sports ?
$10 Wave for
J for 15
Shampoos, Finger Waves, Hair
Cuts. Manicures 25c
$2.00 Facials 50c np
Beauty Maid Shoppe
Over SteaftlofTs Tel. 44M
Prepares for this week's sell
ing a group of Exceptional
Values to $6.85.
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cannot be , produced in a
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Each subject is different in
feature and -, personality and
these qualities must be care
fully portrayed. . . ;
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brim full of excellent, full fla
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