The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 20, 1947, Page 6, Image 6

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    -Thm Statesman. Salm, Ofyon, Tn dory. Mar 23, 1947
Dinner for ,
Lions Club
The Salem lions club will cele
brate its 25th anniversary Thurs
day night when ' they entertain
wives and guests at an informal
dinnerin the Mirror room of the
Marion Aotel at 7 o'clock. Past
presidents of the club will be
honor guests.
Harry Scott and Merrill Ohling.
only two charter members of the
Salem club now active, are ar
ranging the aflair. Mr. Scott will
erve as toastroaster and Mr.
Online is author of the skit,
Twenty-five Years of Ltonism,"
to be presented as a highlight of
the entertainment program.
Two Dinner
The weekend social calendar
was marked with several informal
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Van
Oosenoord and Mr. and Mrs.
William Schlitt were hosts for an
Informal party Saturday night at
the former's home on Kingwood
drive in honor of their wedding
Twenty guests were bidden to
a buffet dinner with an informal
evening following. Spring flow
ers provided the decorative note.
Sanday Night Sapper
Prof, and Mrs. Ralph Dobbs
were hosts for a supper party
Sunday night at their North Win
ter street home in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Henri Arcand of Port
land, preceding their duo-piano
concert at the First Presbyterian
Covers were placed for Mr. and
I.Irs. Arcand. Dean and Mrs. Mel
vin Geist, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Elliott and Prof, and Mrs. Dobbs.
Shower Fetes
Miss Isaak
Miss Helen Isaak was honored
t a pre-nuptial shower Saturday
right at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest E. Scott on East Center
street. Games were played with a
late supper following.
Honoring Miss Isaak were
Mesdames Helen Meyers, Myrtle
Spencer, Erna Isaak, Lydia
Gohring, Katherine Isaak, Ade
line Rocks, Lena Isaak, Maude
Burke, Jesfie Redfearn, Fred
Oelke, Ted Houck, Evelyn Goh
ring. Misses Lola Spencer. Clara
aak, Marilyn " Isaak, Helen
saak, Esther Houck, Joyce Burke,
Emma Isaak, Elise Burke, Dena
Gohring. Messrs. Benjamin Burke,
Karl Gohring, Wilbert Gohring
nd Ed Isaak.
CangratalaUons go i Mr. and
Mrs. Jack S. Bush on the birth of
a daughter. Mary Colleen, Sunday
at the Salem General hospital
The little girl, who weighed seven
pounds and fifteen ounces, is the
granddaughter of Mrs. Jessie
Bush Mickelson of Salem and Mr.
nd Mrs. Frank Ryan of Wauke
gan, Illinois.
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Johnson at their Center
street home Sunday were his two
daughters and families, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Rothlisberg and Sharon,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wbeeless,
Bobby and Sally, all of Portland,
and Malcolm Cameron and
daughter, Patricia.
Mrs. E. J. See liars easertaiaed
members of the Monday Travel
club at luncheon at her Fair
mount Hill home.
Society ....Clubs
Music. ...The Homo
Etokta club with Mrs. Stewart Johnson.
1110 N. Winter St., 1 JO dessert lunch-
McCormlck clan, no-hart dinner.
first Method lt church. p.m.
American War Mothers meet. Legion
hall, no-host dinner. 12:38 p.m.
Beaver Navy auxiliary meet at VTW
hall. p.m.
Central WCTU with Mr. Tt. A. Toun
and Mrs. Eugene Teague, SSO N. 15th at.,
S p.m. . i -,.
Westminster guild meet First Pres
byterian church, mothers tea. t p.m.
Salem Writers club meet at YWCA. 7
p.m. Miss Renska Ladd Swart, hostess.
Wednesday evening AAUW litera
ture group with Mrs. Floyd Utter. Oak
at.. o'clock dessert.
Pythian Sisters, Centralis 11. meet
at KP hall. p.m.. formal initiation.
DAV tea for Gold Star and War
Mothers with Mrs. A. L. Brewster, SSO
N. list st.. 2 :30 p.m.
Theatre Arts group no-host luncheon,
Normany Manor. 1 p.m.
Sojourners dessert luncheon, Salem
Woman's clubhouse. 1:15 p m.
Aid society of the Woman's Relief
Corps meet with Mrs. Blanche Stuart.
13U S. Liberty st covered dish lunch
AAUW Music croup with Mrs. Guy
Hickok. MS N. Summer st 130 p.m.
Salem Woman's club meetinar. salad
luncheon. 1 p m Woman's clubhouse.
ooard meeting. 1Z p.m.
BPW executive board with Mrs. Car
malite Weddle, IMS N. Cottage st, 3o
FOE Auxiliary
Elects Officers
The ladies auxiliary of theFra
ternal Order of Eagles was hon
ored at a special meeting Friday.
State president of the Wings, Mrs.
tthel Veder, Mrs. Blanche Jacob
son, president of the Newberg
auxiliary, and Mrs. Charlotta Po
welski, of Newberg,- were guests.
New auxiliary officers for Salem
aerie elected for the coming year
as follows: president. Mrs. Alina
Friesen; vice president, Mrs. June
Wallace; chaplain, Mrs. Ella Ritz
man; secretary. Mrs. Goldia Car
ver; treasurer. Mrs. Mildred Gatch;
trustee. Mrs. Colwell; inside gnard,
Mrs. Marie Davis; outside guard,
Mrs. rosnot.
Initiation of new members will
take place tonight at 8 pjn..
Ninth Birthday
Party Friday
Beverly Burgoyne, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Burgoyne,
celebrated her ninth hirthriav at
an informal party Friday after
noon at the home of her parents
on Fairmount Hill-
Honoring Beverly were Mary
Jane Mefford, Joan Wikstrom,
Karen Thomas. Georeianna Om.
well, Elisabeth Walton, Elizabeth
Johnson, Linda Kay Voss, Nancy
Snider, Deborah Kingan, Linda
Herrall and Mary Ann Saul.
Mr. and; Mrs. Gerge Kingan
have had as heir house guests Mr,
and Mrs. Thomas Elwood Stan-
ton, Jr of San Francisco. The
Stantons were married in the bay
city on May 10 and came north
on their honeymoon, also visit
lng in Portland and at Timber
line Lodge. The Stantons re
turned to Salem Sunday en route
. Dr. and Mrs. Estill Break will
be in Portland Wednesday to at
tend sessions of the National
Men's Garden elub convention.
On the schedule is luncheon at
Timerline, a garden tour and sal
mon bake in he evening at Swan
, -
I V :; ' -
Mrs.- D e 1 b e r t G. Mc
Laughlin (Marjorio Smith)
who was married on May
4 at the Knight Memorial
church. . The bride is the
daughter" of Mr.- and Mr&
Sidney Smith and the
groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. G. McLaugh
lin. The newlyweds will
live in Salem. (Jesten-Mil-ler).
Students Win Honors
Salem student at the University
of Oregon -was among - those
awarded Fee scholarships this
week. Catherine J. Twedt re
ceived one of the scholarships at
the University of Oregon next
school year. Miss Twedt is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. M.
Twedt of 620 Thompson ave., sa
Among University of Oregon
students appearing in the radio
cast dramatizing the life of Ore
gon's first president, John Wes
ley Johnson, was Marian Macy
of Salem, -daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. B. W. Macy of 444 N. 18th
street, Salem.
Frra Weinhelm, Germany,
comes news of the birth of a
daughter, Muriel, to Lt and Mrs.
Russell G. Watts on May 13. Mrs.
Etta M. Watts of Salem is the
baby's paternal grandmother. Lt.
Watts is radio and radar inspec
tor with the occupational forces
in Germany. He was in the regu
lar army before the war. His wife
is a French girl, whom he met and
married in France.
Arriving by plane today from
San Juan, Puerto Rico, will be
J. C. Hitchman, who will be the
guest, of his sister-in-law, Mrs.
F. W. Lehmer. for several weeks.
Several scenic trips about Ore
gon are being planned in honor of
the visitor: Mrs. Lehmer wu
meet the traveler at the Portland
State Officer
From Salem
Mrs. Carmalite Weddle, presi
dent of the Salem Business and
Professional Women's club, was
elected first vice president of the
Oregon state BPW at the annual
state convention held at Albany,
May 16-18. During the past year,
Mrs. Weddle has served as second
vice president for the state organ
ization. Mrs. Marian Lowery
Fischer, also of Salem, was re
elected news service chairman for
the state.
The tiighlight of the Friday
program was the Sally Butler
banquet at the Elks temple. Miss
Sally Butler, BPW national pres
ident, was the honored guest and
principal speaker of the evening.
Mrs. Othella Purvine and Ralph
Coie sang duets, accompanied by
Mrs. Lois Piummer Schmidt.
Mrs. Jessie Bush Mickelson, state
music chairman, led the group
Miss Jewell Howard of Salem
sang two solos at the buffet
luncheon which was served at the
Presbyterian church. Mrs. Car
malite Weddle, assisted by Leone
Jensen of Eugene and Eunice
Courtright of Corvallis, presented
a panel discussion on the sub
ject. -Looking Forward to 1947-
48 -
' At the Saturday banquet the
Salem BPW chorus, directed by
Jessie Bush Mickelson and ac
companied by Lois Piummer
Schmidt, sang a medley of
Stephen Foster melodies.
The Saturday night session
ended with a carnival and - old
fashioned dancing at which the
Salem club had charge of the pea
nut booth.
Salem's acrapbook was awarded
first place in the all around
scrapbook class. This is the third
consecutive year that Salem has
won this distinction. The Salem
elub also won two citations for
sponsoring new clubs: Silverton
and Dallas.
The official delegates who rep
resented Salem at the con v en
tion were: Mrs. Carmalite Wed
dle, second vice president for the
state; Mrs. Jessie Bush Mickel
son, state music chairman; Mar
ian Lowery Fischer, state news
service; Mrs. Marion Wooden
Mrs. Ruth Versteeg, Mrs. Zula
Van Gilder, Miss Betty Elofson,
Mrs. Ida Mae Smith, Miss Ma-
thida Gilles and Eleonor Rob
erts. Alternates who were pres
ent were Mrs. Mattie Morrell and
Miss Jewell Howard, Mrs. Daye
Idleman, Mrs. Rose Devine, Miss
Mae Cleveland, and Miss Effie
Smith were also present for the
Sunday morning meeting.
Mr. and Bin. Ilellis Hunting
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Loder
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson
were in Eugene for the weekend
as guests at the Assembly club
dance. Saturday night. On Sunday
morning they were honored at a
breakfast by a group of their
Mr. and Mrs. Ben DorrU of
Springfield were in the capital
Saturday as guests of her Brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
H, G. Maison.
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See our selection of Graduation Cards to
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