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PiWa Fleener is
Feted With Many
Miss Vilda Fleener whose mar
riage la on ol the prominent
events of the June social calen
dar has been the inspiration lor
a number ol pretty social, com
pliments within the past week
and still more are being planned.
Tonight Mrs. W. T. Heseman
will entertain at her home on
14th street with a miscellaneous
shower lor Miss Fteener. Guests
bidden to lete Miss Fleener In
clude Miss Sybil White. MIsb
Helen McElroy, Miss Hazel Mc
Elroy, Miss Deena Hart, Miss Lu
lu McClay, Miss Murtle McClay.
Miss Mildred Martin,' Miss Maida
Caldwell, Miss Bernice Zlelke,
Mrs. Joseph Beaty, Mrs. Archie
Wart, Mrs. George Naderman,
Mrs. Chaster Langtree, Mrs. Glen
Harbaugh, Mrs. W. A. Cummlngs,
Mrs. Damon Fleener and Mrs.
Tuesday evening Mrs- Lyman
D. Sundin was at home to a
group ot the Intimate Iriends of
Miss Fleener. A kitchen shower
complimented the bride-elect at
Mrs. Clifford J. Taylor and
Mrs. W. A. Cummlngs were host
ose recently for a pretty mis
cellaneous shower. A yellow and
green color scheme marked the
service table at the late Bupper
Another affair of last week
was a 30 cover luncheon given
by. the officers of the Salem Re
bekah degree team at the I. O.
O. F. hall. Pink roses and green
tapers was an effective table dec
oration. A gift was presented
"Wednesday of raext week Miss
Sybil White and Miss Joyce An
derson will entertain tor Miss
Fleener. Still other affairs are
being planned lor the popular
Last Meeting of
Nile Club Thursday
The last business meeting of
the season for the Daughters of
the Nile club will be that ot
Thursday at the Masonic temple.
The regular luncheon hour lor
which members are asked to bring
sandwiches, will precede an after
noon of sewing. At this time all
sewing lor the Shrine hospital In
Portland la to be concluded and
all members are urged to be pres
ent to assist.
Mrs. George Dunslord is chair
man of the hostess committee.
The Three Links club has post
poned its meeting planned lor
this Friday afternoon to June 16.
At this time a patriotic idea will
be carried out in roll call, each
guest being asked to answer with
some Information or tribute to
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Miss Veda Clarice Nendel Bride
Of Ernest Hondrick at Woodburn
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bennet, Newlyweds, are
Compiimented at Dancing Party
Zena Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ben
nett, newlyweds who were mar
ried at the home of the bride's
parents, at Stevenson, Wash., Sat
urday were complimented Monday
night with an old fashioned danc
ing party at the home ot the
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Levi Bennett who reside on the
Those present Included the hon
or guests, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Pat
terson, Mrs. A. T. Pettit, Mrs.
Pearl E. Donmayer, La Verne
Holland, Marguerite Johnson,
Oiga Horten, Francis Beem, The
odore Horten, Frank Butler, Mrs.
H. A. Johnson, Harry Johnson,
G. J. Ferguson, L. S. Bennett, Dale
Cresswell, Mr. and Mrs. Goff, Eas
ter Olen, Anna Cudney, Mrs. W.
Haskin. Mrs. W. G. Brown, Syl
vester Bennett, .Hugh Hutcheon
son, Ernestine Bennett, Robert
Crawford, Louis Butler, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Cave, Kenneth Hunt,
Helen Truxall, Mr. and Mrs. W.
N. Crawford and daughters Alice
and Wilma, O. P. Bennett, Mrs.
H. Hutcheonson, Lester Bennett,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Austin and
son Billy, E. L. Gudney and chil
dren Marilda, Neil, and Harry,
Dick Pearson, Eddie Stuckert, Ed
ith Patterson, Nick Schweig, Wil
liam Saskin, Nellie Harrington,
Harriett Porter, Mack Serdots,
Letha Cave, Helen Brown, H. Hos-
kln, Kenneth Edwards. Roy Beem,
W. G. Brown, H. J. Moore, Jean
Truxall. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allred
and son Elmer, Mr. and Mrs. Her
man Cresswell, and daughters,
Lorraine and Bessie, Mr. and Mrs.
N. R. Holland. Virginia Bean, Le
one Golf, Georgia Harrington, Mr.
and Mrs. C. March. Mrs. Nellie
Harrington, Mr. and Mxs. Milton
Stephens and sops Emmett and
Raymond, and the hosts, Mr. and
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Hubbard Mrs. Walter Mc
Mannis was the Inspiration tor
a farewell party Monday night
for which Mrs. Lawrence Scholl
was hostess at her home- for
members ot the Woman's club.
At cards high scores were won
by Mrs, Julius Stauffer and Mrs,
The president, Mrs. Lawrence
Scholl presented Mrs. McMannls
ith a gift from the club as a
token of regard.
Those present were Mesdamea
Julius Stauffer, John Friend,
Walter McMannls, Claud Moo-
maw, Amanda Grimm, A. F. de
Lespinasse, Frank Beers, Kimes,
L. A. Braden, L. H. Bates, Neva
McKensie, Ivan Stewart, O r 1 1 e
Boje. DeWoIf, Ellen Carl, A. J.
Smith, Ida Garland. Hngh WeUs.
Taylor, Kenneth Grimm and
Amity A birthday party was
given Saturday afternoon at the
home ot Mr. and Mrs. John Zahlar
la honor of Melvin, Edwin and
Arthur Zahlar. Mrs. Zahlar was
assisted by Mrs. Emma 81mpson.
Guests present were: Wayne Tre
sham, Wayne Robins, Wayne To-
rey, Jack Page, Johnnie Johnson,
Danny McCarty, Elmer Groves,
Jimmy Strout, Jean Stront, Jun
ior Rierson. Walter Tovey. Bobby
Arnold. Arvln Beets.. Theodore
Jasmer and cousin and Leo Sy-
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Woodburn A pretty wedding
took place Sunday afternoon at
3 o'clock at the First Christian
church when Miss Veda Clarice
Nendel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Nendel, became the bride
of Ernest T. Hondrick, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hondrick of
West Salem. Rev. J. Merlin Hill
performed the double ring cere
The bride wore a dress ot
white flat crepe, with a Tell of
tulle caught with orange bios
soms. and carried a white nraver
book with streamers of white
ribbon and rosebuds.
Miss Velda Boker, niece of the
bride, was bridesmaid and was
dressed in a trock of yellow or
gandy and carried an arm bou
quet of columbine and white
roses. Clinton Nendel, brother of
the bride, acted as best man for
Mr. Hondrick. Little Miss Betty
Llckle was ring bearer and was
lovely In a dainty white silk
Mrs. J. Merlin Hill sang
Love Ton Truly" preceding the
ceremony and was accompanied
by Miss Marjorie Howe. Miss Hill
also played the wedding marches
Immediately after the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Hondrick left lor
a short wedding trip after which
they will make their home in
Wednesday, June 7
Dakota club in W. C. T. U. hall, corner ot Commer
cial and Ferry streets; last meeting of season; potluck
supper, 6:30 o'clock; bring own table service; all Da
Monthly meeting, W. H. M. S. 2:30 o'clock In par
lors of First Methodist church.
Aid society of Knight Memorial church, 2:30
o'clock at home of Mrs. F. E. Brown.
Willamette Aerie and Auxiliary No. 2081, Frater
nal order of Eagles, Installation of officers; Portland
Mrs. Carrie Bunn, 223 S Haxel avenue, hostess for
all-day meeting and potluck luncheon at noon for Royal
Neighbors Sewing club.
Maccabee Thimble elub, regular meeting, with Mrs. '
Florence Craig. S II Willow street.
Past Noble Grands association, with Lucy Self
mund, 1396 Lee street.
Thursday, June 8
Faculty Women's club, el fresco dinner in Robert
M. Gatke gardens, 5:30 o'clock; husbands special guests;
last meeting- of year. ;
Mrs. Elizabeth Skewla, 177 Center street, hostess
for tea In compliment to Daughters ot Union Veterans
ot Civil War, 2 to 5 o'clock.
Artisans plan open meeting, 8:30 o'clock. Fraternal
temple; program and dancing.
Willing Workers class of First Christian church,
will meet with Mrs. W. H. Gardner, Roate I, for Its
monthly class party. '
Last business meeting of Nile clab, regular lunch
eon followed by afternoon of sewing far SJulne-hoapltaL
Senior piano recital of Miss Elisabeth Boylan at
Waller hall, 8:30 o'clock; public Invited.
Friday, June 9
r Regular meeting ot Daughters ot Union Veterans, 8
o'clock in Women's- clubhouse.
Englewood Women's club, with Mrs. D.- O. Lear,
1075 North 20th street.
Sewing club- ot Bnsiaess and Professional Woateo's -clnb.
(:0 o'clock potluck supper, with. Mrs. Maode
Pointer and Miss Daisy Hayden at Pointer home, 1050
North 15th street. - ;
STATESMAN, Saleri, Oregon,. Wednesday; June 7. 1953
Former Salem Couple
Of Interest to a larva nnnW
of older residents ot Salem will
oe the account of the celebration
of the golden wedding of Mr. and
rs. u. w. Fisher now of Pomo
na, Cal., and formerly of Salem.
quoting irom the Pomona pa
In honor of the ro1fn ut.
ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
w. risner. a recention and. to
was given Sunday afternoon mt
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Robbln
js. nisner, as 5 Garfield avenue.
Mrs. Robbln Fisher and Mn
Ward L. Fisher. danehtAm-in-
law of the couple, were host
esses. Because of the 111 health nt
Mrs. Fisher, only members of the
family and a lew close Iriends
were guests, enjoying the after
noon informally. Taking of mov
ing pictures of the family group
was an enjoyable feature.
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher harA
been Pomona t esldents more
than six years, coming from Sa
lem, Ore. They were married
May 21. 1883, in Illinois. Their
two sons and two daughters were
present for the celebration, Dr.
Ward Fisher and Dr. Robbln
Fisher, the sons, and Miss Mar
garet Fisher, a daughter, living
in Pomona. Mrs. E. J. Herman,
the other daughter, resides in
Present at the recention were:
D. w. Fisher's brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
Fisher, Los Angeles: Mr. and
MrB. E. J. Herman and children,
Billy and Gloria, Los Angeles;
Miss Margaret Fisher, Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. May, Pomona; Miss
Beckwitb and Mrs. B a g n a 1 1,
friends of the honored couple,
who are wintering in Los An
geles; Mr. and Mrs. Ted St. Clair.
Miss Lou Jane Hatch; Glendale;
Dr. and Mrs. Ward Fisher and
daughter, Barbara, and son, Rus
sell, and Dr. and Mrs. Robbln
Fisher and children, Gordon and
Janet. Miss Lon Jane Hatch and
Mrs. Ted St. Clair are nieces of
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher.
The dance revue which is given
as an annnal event by the Bar
bara Barnes school ot the dance
will call forth a large social in
terest tonight and tomorrow night
at the Elsinore theatre.
Parents and friends of the
many people taking part, both
small and adult, will crowd the
theatre as they do each year to
witness the colorful and spirited
program given by the dance cast
of 50 or 60 people.
Miss Barbara -Barnes Is dance
director for this clever revue. Mrs
Douglas McKay is assistant direc
tor. Don Schaupp has taken care
of the music andeach year this
means some original work from
the pen of Mr. Schraupp. Stage
sets have been specially done by
Mark Rennle. .
Mrs. Otto Panlus has had
charge ol the make r- and light
ing effects. Miss Nina Adams and
Miss Dorothy Chambers have
planned the costumes. Theatrical
studies have been arranged by
Miss Kathryn Gunnell; Mrs. Alton
Hurley has had charge of the
ticket sale and publicity. The pro
gram has been in charge of Elmer
Lowell and Miss Jose Acklin has
had charge ot the picture pub
0 0 0
Miss Carolyn Carrol! Williams,
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Williams ot Junction City, became
the bride of Ralph R. Parker, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parker of
Mansanita, Sunday evening at 7
o'clock at the home ot Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Adams. Rev. S. E
Long read the service. Mrs. Ern
est Coons of Eugene, was matron
of honor and Mr. Parker had as
his best man Harry Gnstalson.
Mrs. Parker was a teacher at
Highland school this past year,
Mrs. Loren H. Basler and
daughter, Barbara Ann, ot Boise,
Idaho, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. DeLong, parents of Mrs.
Presented lodayj o$
Mrs. Jessie 7. Cash tad Mrs.
Marjorie M Ratcllffe will present
siuaenu in roice, dramatis art,
piano and the pupils ot the Bush.
The afternoon program will be
gin at 2:30 o'clock in the studio
rooms in the Nelson building and
the erenlng program will begin at
8:15 o'clock. The boys sextet
which has become well and fa
vorably known the past year, and
several other young people who
bare won distinction this season
win appear on the programs.
Those included on the two pro
Jean McLean. Vivian Bovee.
Bobby TJhlmann, Justine Woelke,
Mary Lon McKay, Eiinorlu Rough-'
ton, Kenneth Miller, Amacy Mc-
Carty. Claire Johnson, Murray
Wade Jr., Georgia Roberts. Daryl
Otjen. Norma Wooten, Marjorie!
Kletsing, Willis Vincent, Frances
Kelly, Barbara Jean Vincent, Pan
line Miller, Lola Wilson, Eileen
Lester, Courtney Jones, Robert
Dallas, Carolyn Brady, Dorothy
Johnson, Shirley McKay, Abigail
Miller, Douglas McKay, Tom Ri
lea, Hume Downs, Berenice Boyce,
Vera Jean Huber, Catherine Dal
las, Barbara Rlcketts. Ruthvn
Thomas, Dorotny Laisy, Arlene
Wikoft. Jean Lois Victor, Carl Ma
son, Foster Cronemlller, Clare
Marshall, Marjorie Rosemann.
John Van Orsdol. Marr Esther
Pemberton, Lawrence Orwig. May
nard McKinley, Barbara Miller.
Jack Bush. Wesley Ritchie, Bill
Bush and Flavia Downs.
To Give Recital
A recital of more than ordin
ary interest will be that to be
presented by Miss Elizabeth Boy
lan who is being presented in
her senior recital Thursday even
ing at Waller hall by Franees Vir
ginle Melton, director of theory
and practice in piano at Willam
This will be the last of the ser
ies of recitals which have been
presented by Miss Melton each
spring over a period of years, and
to which the public is invited.
The program will berin at
The program Includes:
Chorale Jesus Christ, the Son
or God adapted from the Eas
ter Cantata "Chrlstae lag In
Todesbanden" Bach-Rum mal
Sonata Op. la Les adleux. 1 ab
sence et ie retour Beethoron
Etude Op. 10. No. 4 Chopin
iuoe in D flat TJ.t
La Cathedrale engloutie DebusT
According to a myth, a cathe
drale on an island off the coast
or France sinks. Periodically the
island rises from the water amid
dense fog and mists. As it cornea
up, those on the mainland
hear the chiming of the cathe
drale bells and the music of the
monKs- cnants. When it is fully
risen, the mists break away for
an Instant, and one sees and hears
the cathedrale in all Its alorv. As
the Island sinks again, one hears
the gurgling of the waves as they
engulf the cathedrale and also the
notes of the bells and the music
coming from under the water
Scherzo Op. 4 Brahms
Concerto Op. 15, No. 1 MacDowell
Mastoso Allegro con fucco
Orchestral accompaniment play-
ea Dy ixis Piummer
biiverton Trinity Aid Society
win noid us June meeting Wed
nesaay afternoon with Mrs. O. S.
Hauge and Mrs. C. I. Benson as
The Immanuel Aid Society
held its June meeting Thursday
ariernoon. At this time Mrs. K.
Funrue was elected to serve as
vice-president on the resignation
of Mrs. A. Halverson who has
moved Into the county. Hostess
es Thursday were Mrs. Ole Sam.
dahl, Mrs. Hans Steen and Mrs.
Aurora Miss Nina Kltts and
Miss Evadne Hurst, sailed today
for San Francisco on the new
liner Dorothy Alexander. Upon
their return from a visit to the
bay cities. Miss Kitts will take a
position as playground director in
one ot the Portland parks, a' posi
tion sne has held during other va
cations. Miss Hurst together with
Miss Audrey Ettinger will Ukea
university extension course at
Portland finishing at Eugene.
The Past Noble Grands associa
tion will be a gnest at the SJeg
mund home this evening with Eu
genia Seigmund, Lucy seigmtrnd.
Jessie Moored, Wilda Seigmund,
and Clara Roberta as hostesses.
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to June 10
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Electric Clocks, Griest Lamp, Percolators,
Hot Plates, Heaters, Irons, Lighting Fix
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PATTERJsl Na 444
Krazy Kat and "bis friend Ig-
nats, the mouse, are with us in
this pattern. Their astonished and
bewildered expressions have been
caught In these simple embroidery
designs that will make au attrac
tive pillow, crib cover motif, mo
tifs lor children s clothes, or a
decoration on accessories tor the
nursery. These droll figures have
long been beloved by children and
grown-ups everywhere, and this
occasion to embroider them your
self is the first such opportunity
Out of Town
Wedding of Interest
The wedding of Mis Kathryn
Brighan, and James J. Walton
Sunday alternoon in The Dalles
was ot Interest in Salem because
ot the many visits made by Mr.
Walton to Salem and also because
ot so many University of Oregon
friends of the young people who
reside in Salem.
Both graduated from the Uni
versity where Mrs. Walton was
member ot Alpha CM omega
aororlty and Mr. Walton a mem
ber ot Sigma, Nu fraternity.
The bride wore an ensemble 01
blue and white and wore a cor
sage of lilies of the vaUey and
gardenias. A prolusion ot flowers
added to the beauty and simplicity
ot the ceremony which was per
formed before only Immediate
members ot the family and a lew
friends at the home ol Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Stadelman.
An Informal reception rouowea
the wedding and then Mr. and
Mrs. Walton left tor Hermiston
where they will make their
An Interesting account of con
tacts with young people of the
state In connection with Y. P. B.
work was given by Mrs. Ruth
Tooze at the regular meeting ot
the W. C. T. U. Tuesday after
noon in the organization hall.
Miss Jessie Martin presented an
Interest "chalk" talk. Other
speakers were Mrs. H. F- Shank?.
Mrs. Beulah Ratclitfe, Mrs. Lena
Lisle and Mrs. Necia Buck. Miss
Amy Martin presented a group
ot vocal solos.
Hubbard. Mrs. Rae Baeter
of Hillsboro. grand chief of Ore
gon, made her official visit to the
Arion temple No. 24 Tuesday
A feature of the meeting was
a farewell to Mrs. Walter Mc
Mannls, past chief, as she is leav
ing soon lor Cascade Summit to
join her husband who is station
agent of that place.
Zena. Members of the old
missionary society, which func
tioned here more than 30 years
ago, -will be honor guests at the
meeting of the Spring Valley Mis
sionary society to be held at the
home of Mrs. R. C. Shepard, with
Mrs. Robert Austin and Mrs. T.
J. Merrick as assslstant hostesses,
Mrs. Carrie Bunn will enter
tain for the Royal Neighbors sew
ing club at her home Wednesday
afternoon tor an all-day meeting.
A potluck luncheon will be en
joyed at noon.
Tho Royal Neighbors sewing
clnb will sponsor the third ot the
series ot benefit card parties be
ing by them, Thursday afternoon
at the home ot Mrs. Irene Speed.
2130 Myrtle avenue.
Mrs. V. E. Kuhn has had as her
hoase anest Mrs. C. A. Allen of
i 4 a v; n tt-r-u c -m-,a
J a o o o a - n g .a I
given the needlewoman. The fig
urea are worked out in the sim
plest ot stitches, outline and one
stitch being the only ones employ
ed. The pattern contains one large
motif, 10x17 inches; one Krazy
Kat, 5x7 inches, and one reverse;
one Ignatz, 3x5 inches, and a re
verse, and two Ignatz. lHxS'i
inches, and two reverses.
Send 10c for this pattern to (he
Oregon Statesman Needlecraft
Dept.. 8 Eighth Avenue, New
One of the gala events
ounger circles of the city was the
rormal at Castillian hail Monday
night. A unique idea of decora
tion was carried out with the hall
converted into a "Cabin in the
Cotton" to match the Jazzy
rhythm of dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Porter Mr
and Mrs. Willard Wirtz. Mr. and
Mrs. Adam Engel. Mrs. Lily
Vaughan and Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Baldock were patrons -and pa
tronesses for the affair.
About 75 couples were bidden
for this smart dance.
The Cadena club will meet at
the Y. W. C. A. at S o'clock. Fol
lowing the business meeting a
party will be enjoyed. Miss Mary
Malley is president of th elub.
Any girl employed in household
work in the city is invited to at
tend the club meeting.
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An attractive tea at tie home
of the advisor. Miss Eloise White,
marked the Installation of cabi
net officers ot the high school
Girl Reserve Tuesday afternoon.
After the installation which was
presided over by Mrs. Elizabeth
Gallaher, local Y. W CA. secre
tary, and Miss White, tea was
served with Miss Mary Frances
Entress and Miss Iola Quesseth
Outgoing officers Include Mis
Ruth Ward, president; June
Weeks, vice-presl.Ient; Marial
Wassam. secretary; Betty Dotson,
treasurer; committee chairmen,
Margaret McKenzie. Clarice Kol
be, June Keith, Ethel Atel and
Officers icstallccl for this year
include Betty Dotson, president;
Clarice Kolbe, vice-president; Ar
lene M o f f 1 1 1, secretary; Jane
Weeks, treasurer; committee
chairmen, Ethel Abel, Eleanor
Curtis, Iola Quesseth and Rath
Orchard Heights Mr. and Mrs.
William Schwarz were hosts Sat
urday night at one of a series ol
delightful dancing parties the
first ol which was gWen In early
To Meet Thursday
At VanCIeave Home
HAZEL GREEN". June 6.
Mrs. C. W. Van Cleave wUl be
hostess to the Women's Mission
ary society. Thursday, June S, at
2 o'clock. Mrs. Robert Massie will
lead devotions. The Otterbern
suild will meet at the parsonage
Sunday at 2 o'clock with Missee
Eva and Ellen Smith hostesses,
instead ot Hazel Woelke.
The Christian Endeavor gave
a one act play, "Troubled Times."
Sunday night, with the following
cast from the Central church:
Ellen Smith. Guy Allen Looney.
Charles Shelly. Eva Smith. Ralph
Lelerman, Kenneth Barnett, Rev.
Clark M. Smith, Maryiin Ras
musson, Ralph Smith and Mrs.
BUKXS MAY BE FATAL
ALBANY, Ore., June (AP)
Dale McTimmonds, 8, of Sweet
Home, was In a critical condition,
at a Lebanon hospital yesterday,
suffering from burns sustained
Sunday when kerosene exploded
as he waa attempting to start a
fire in a playhouse. Hospital at
tendants held little hope that the
boy would recover.
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