The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 25, 1947, Page 8, Image 8

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    t The Statesman. Salem. Oregon. Sunday. May 25. 1947
Marilyn Hill
New Worthy
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Miss Marilyn Hill, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Elmore E. Hill, will
be installed as worthy adviser of
the Order of Rainbow for Girls
at a public ceremony Tuesday' at
8 o'clock in the Masonic temple.
Eiected officers for the summer
term are Marilyn Burri. worthy
associate adviser: Joan Smith,
chanty; Beverly Krueger. hope;
and Thais Crandall, faith; Diane
Perry, "recorder, and Gladys
Booch, treasurer, were installed
last January for a year.
New officers appointed by the
worthy advier are Bennie Stew
art, drill leader: Janet Gaiser. as
sociate drill leader: Marilyn Pow
er, chaplain: Patricia Powell, mu
sician; Margie Scandlin. confi
dential observer; and Pat Long,
outer -bsrver. The seven rays
are Pebfcie ISart. love; Cornelia
Strayer, religion: Wilene Wiper,
nature: Susan Perry, immortal
ity; Joyce Armstrong, fidelity;
Lorraine Eckerstey. patriotism;
Betle Wslser, service: Donna
Meoter, Kay Pemn, Pat Mac
Donak!. Verlma Hardy; and Mar
garet Boot, choir members.
Miss Birfcara Hendrickson, re
tiring uorthy adviser, will be in
taUnC werthv adviser, assisted
by Joyce Smith. Lois Burris. Miss
Diane Perry and Charlotte Alex
ander. Also agisting during the cere
mony will be Jean Patterson,
Dona Jesn Pence, Luella Camp
bell. Elsje Cannon. Janyce Baker,
Beveriv Jne. Pat Elfstrom and
Ann Forrisiel. The . refreshment
eommittee in Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Burris. Mr. and Mrs. Mem Pearce
and Mr. rxi Mrs. G. A. Reeher.
During trie installation Pebble
Desari will play the piano and
Susanna Kcwell an accordion
sola. ' t
Members nt the advisory board
are Mrs Fred Keeler, worthy
matron. Order of Eastern Star;
H. R. Robir-son. worthy patron;
Mr? G. A. Reeher, Mrs. Helen
.Anthony. Mrs. Clarence Weber,
Mrs; GJenn Psxson, Mrs. D. G.
DeSart, Mem Pearce and Herman
Johnston. Mrs. Wayne Henry is
mother fccvser.
F;lUw)nr tie installation a le
ceotici hownr.g the new officers
will be hek3 on the fifth floor.
The Alpha Chi Omega alumnae
will be entertained at a dessert
supper M rcy night at the chap
ter hfciise on Court street 'at 8
o'clock. Kf i-es will bt Mrs G'.
Frederic Chambers and Miss
Doratrea Sti:!off.
Mr. Walter I ftpaaldlnc will
pr:de tt n. oYJrk luncheon
M jniay Lt'.t riifHtii at her Court
street htmt .r members ef her
club and a group of additional
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CLUB CALENDAR
MONDAY
Oregon Slate Mothers covered dish
luncheon at Mayflower .hall, 1 pm.
Salem Junior Woman's Nub installa
tion and Mother's tea. p.m., club
house. Women of Rotarjr luncheon. Golden
Pheasant. 1 p.m.
Alpha Chi Omega alumnae dessert
supper, chapter house, S p.m.
TUESDAY
Sons at Union Veterans and auxil
iary, with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gar
rett. 2490, Garden road, 6:30 no-host
dinner.
Eastern Star social afternoon club.
1:1S dessert luncheon, program, cards.
WEDNESDAY
McCormick Ladies dessert luncheon
with Mrs. John TeSelle. 339 N. lth St..
lets pm.
Nra aunlliary with Mrs. Mar
garet Willis, ass N. th St.. covered
dish dinner. UJO p ni.
Two Recitals
Heard at Church
William Fawk will present two
groups of piano and organ pupils
in recital at the First Evangelical
church Monday and Tuesday
night. May 2 and 27 at 7:45
o'clock.
Lorraine Taylor, soprano, and
George Miller, baritone will as
sist. The public is invited.
Those playing on Monday are
Phyllis Reimann. Theodora Schle
singer, Ronald Sheets, Jerry Pe
kar. Rrurw Dalke Janir Mirfm
fLeighton Weddle, Sharon Lam-
kin, Rosemary Starr, Charles
Saucy. Judy Remington, Jim Seitx,
Lucille Wonderly, Rollin Herbst,
Janet Eckout, Kenneth Lottis,
Carol Hilfiker, Marcena Fowler,
Jay Zeller, Joyce Martin, Ida Jo
Gronke, Laverta Rempel, Patricia
Grayson and Lebreta Logan.
Playing on Tuesday will be Bil
ly Schlitt. Robert Saucy, Denny
Ermel, Julia Kay Rich, Roylia
Tucker. Lorn a Riggs, Alyce Koch,
Alene Dalke, Richard Pedee, Bar
bara Peters, Ralph Williams, Don
na Faye Behrens, Harold Lottis,
! Joan Harrison, Earl Newman, El-
sie Armstrong, Barbara Gronke,
I Maxine King, Leighton Weddle
J and Nellie Ferguson.
Sacred Heart Has
I Recital Series
J The final recitals of the year
scheduled by Sacred Heart acad
J rmy school of music are as fol
j lows: Sunday afternoon, May 25.
i Pupils of the early grades will
appear at 2 o'clock.
Sunday afternoon, June 1, pu
! pils of the upper grades and first
year high will be presented at 2
o'clock. Monday, May 26, will
i occur the annual high school
spring recital at 8 o'clock. All
' programs will take place in St.
, Joseph's hall, corner Winter and
! Chemeketa.
Women of Rotary will hold the
' last luncheon meeting of the sea
son Monday afternoon at the Gol-
! den Pheasant at one o'clock. Elec
tion of officers will take place.
' Mrs. Homer Smith, Jr., the retir-
. ifijt president, will give a talk on
Brittany, displaying her collec
tion of. French dolls and perfumes.
Ted Gordon, Jr., will be the so
loist. came In, aseB cawpaw.
kick, peri1 ml lima.
Installation
And Tea
Final event of the year for the
Salem Junior Woman's club will
be the annual installation of offi
cers and mothers tea on Monday
night at the clubhouse at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Robert Worral is chairman
of the event and assisting are Mes
dames Carl Wodtl, Jerome Ander
son, James Mohatt. James Starr,
Ralph Atwood, Peery T. Buren and
Miss Marie Lough.
Mrs. Estill Brunk will be the in
stalling officer and Mrs. Elmo
Lindholm, the conductress. Mrs.
Arthur Roethlin will be installed
as the new president and Mrs. Roy
Mink is the retiring president The
musical program will include vio
lin numbers by Miss Geraldine
Schmoker, solos by Miss Be mice
Kleihege with Mrs. D. B. Kleihege
the accompanist. Mrs. James
Smart will play piano selections.
At the tea hour the mothers of
the outgoing and new presidents
will pour including Mrs. Hedd
Swart and Mrs. George W. Moore.
YWCA CORNER
Staff of counselors for the Sa
lem YWCA summer camp to open
June' 28 at Smith Creek in the
Silver Falls recreation area has
been announced by Mrs. Arthur
Madsen, camp chairman, as fol
lows: Mary Leback, Astoria, outdoor
cooking; Beatrice Thompson, for
merly of Albany, outdoor cook
ing and carnperaft; Imogene Roye,
Stayton, sports; Jean Turner.
Roseburg, evening programs and
special events; Marilyn Parrish.
Dallas, waterfront instructor and
lifeguard; Sara Jane Daniels,
Summit, dining room manager;
Mary E. Watkins, Seattle, crafts
counselor; Louise Close, Salem,
head of treetops unit, music and
religious events; Lorraine Allen,
Bend, librarian and assistant
sports counselor.
Sonia Zlotchenko, French ex
change student at Willamette, will
be a guest' counselor. She has
camped at Valloecine in the
French Alps. i
Local high school girls named
junior assistants are Ruth Watts,
Shirley Dean, Vivian Barham and
Ramona Costello. Mrs. Alice Sie
wart of Salem is to prepare camp
meals.
Girls interested in registering
for the camp are to contact the
YW. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Grei
der and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buck
ley, the latter of Silverton, repre
sent the YW on the camp evalu
ation committee.
Those groups interested in
sponsoring girls for the camp also
are asked to contact the YW.
A new camp fire circle at the
YWCA girls' summer camp at
Smith Creek will, be the Pioneer
unit It vill be about one-half
mile beyond the Treetops unit
Another new feature for the
YW camp. oening June 28. is the
new recreational hall set up for
games and crafts. It is a pre-fab-ricated
structure put up in the
Sleepy Hollow area of the camp.
Timo to get fittod at
Corset Department with a
Not a heavy harness, but a wonderfully light
support that brings comfort to expectant
mothers. It adjusts to your figure size and,
also, in the height of the front panel the
only support with this feature. Wear it for
proper body balance and easy carriage.
Front is soft rayon jersey with lightweight cot
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Miss Judith Dean, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Dean. whos9 engagement
to Ivan J. Polston, son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Pol
ston. has been announced.
- No wedding date has been
set. Miss Dean will grad
uate from Salem high
school this June and her
fiance also attended Sa
lem schools.
Twins Married -In
Lebanon
LEBANON Misa Jean Roberts
Robin was married to Harold Mac
Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al
exander MacDonald of Klamath
Falls and her twin sister, Miss
Jane Delores Robin was married
to Samuel Carter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. O. Carter of Sweet Home.
Five other pairs of twins were
among the. attendants. The brides,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Robin, wore similar gowns of
white satin and lace and carried
white bibles with orchids. Candles
were lighted by Marie and Marian
Lueck and little Dale and Delbert
Duncan were the ring bearers.
The Misses Doris and Dorothy Nu
estal were maids of honor and the
Misses Jean and Joan Carlson and
Faye and Ray Bevan were the
bridesmaids. The ceremony was
read by the Rev. Holley Jarvis of
the Church of Christ in the Leb
anon Presbyterian church. More
than 200 guests were present. Aft
er a wedding trip the two young
couples will live in Lebanon.
BETHANY Mrs. P. C. Sonney-
son observed her 83rd birthday
anniversary Tuesday at her home
here. Friends came to spend the
afternoon with her. Present were
the Rev. and Mrs. James Tofte,
Mrs. Olea Peterson. Mrs. Chris
tian Rislov, Emma and Peter Lar
son, Mrs. Pelra Johnson, Minnie
and Edna Johnson. Mrs. L. O.
Rogdeberg. Mrs. Andrew Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. IleiHer Poverud and
Leif, Mrs. Orlando Dahl and Ju
dith, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Dahl
and Jerry Rice, Mrs. Albert Over
lund and Mrs. Olivia Peterson.
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June Brides-Elect Reveal
Plans for Weddings
June brides-elect are busy completing plans fr their weddings.
The marriage of Miss Donis Jcanc Cutler, daughter of the J. L.
Cutlers, and Harold Ray Shell, son of Mrs. Gladys Libolt, will take
place June 1 at Jason Lee Methodist church with the Rev. S. Raynor
Smith officiating at 3 o'clock. Miss Myra Moore of Portland will
sing and Miss Alice Rose will he the organist. Lighting the candles
will be Miss Harriet Iliday and
Miss Charlotte Moffitt. ;
Mr. Cutler will give his daugh
ter in marriage. She has asked
Miss Marilyn Martin of Portland
to be her maid of honor. Brides
maids will be Mrs. Harold Erft
ridge and Mrs. Fied Knuley. Ju
dith Ann Kinsley will be flower
girl. George Redpath will be best j
man and ushers will be Harold '
Eastridge, Fred Kinsley, Chester j
Moffitt and Everett Hearing. The :
reception will be held in the
church parlors.
Wilson-Nichols Rites
The First Congregational church
will be the setting for the wed- j
ding .of MUs Luella Nichols,
daughter of Mrs. Cass A. Nich
ols, and Donald Gene Wilson, son .
of Mrs. Harvey O. Wetig of
Bremerton and Wilfred Wilson of
Salem, on June 6 at 8 o'clock. The
Rev. Seth Huntington will offi
ciate. Miss Edith Fairham will
sins' and Joe RrazJe will be the
organist Lighting the tapers will
be Miss Addyse Lane
and Miss
Winona Dillard.
Ronald Nichols will give his sis
ter in marriage. She has asked
her eldest sister. Mrs. Douglas R.
Baker, to be her, matron of hon
or. Bridesmaids will be Miss
Betsy Lyon and another sister.
Miss Marilyn Nichols. Miss Joyce
Armstrong and Miss Barbara
MacDuffee will close the
aisle
with ribbons.
Ronald T. Dickey will serve as
best man and ushers will be Wil
liam Hudson. Harold McCauley.
Edwin Armstrong and Douglas
Baker. The reception will be In
the fireplace room.
Betty Staaa Tells Plans
One June 7 Miss Betty Staab.
daughter of the Herbert C.
Staabs, will become the bride of
Edward T. Porter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William T. Porter. The m:p-
tials will take place at the First
Presbyterian church at 8 o'clock
with Dr. Chester Hamblin per
forming the ceremony. Miss Ed
ith Fairham will sing nnd Mrs.
Ralph Dobbs will be the organ
ist. Lighting the tapers will be
Miss Patricia Viesko and Miss
Kathleen Hug.
Miss Barbara Jean Crawford
will be her Chi Omega sorority
j sister's maid of honor. Brides
I maids will be Miss Mary Ana
j Bollinger and Miss Kvanselme
! McKlnley. Dale Gordon will
i stand with the grnom-elot as
J best man. Mr. Staab will give
his daughter in marriage. A re-
Bare ton Hr- v"i' hri'f
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ception will be held in the church
parlors.
A Church Ceremony
The wedding of Mtss Olene
Mehlhi.rf. daughter of Mr. and
Mis. Otto Mehlhoff, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Otto Mehlhoff. to
Lyle White, son of the Arthur V.
Whites, will be on June 8 at the
First Congregational church at
2:30 o'clock. Officiating will be
the Rev Setn Huntington.
Mrs. Iiaryl Drorbaugh of Port
land will sing and Jean Hobson
Rich will be the organist Mr.
Mehlhoff will give his daughter
in marriaee and Miss Mary Mc
Kay will be her honor attendant.
Harry Jones will be best man and
usher are Darrell Lewis. Roy
Priem and Charles Winkenwer
der. The reception will be held
in the church parlors.
New Spinsters
j A rinnimPPTl
Seven coeds who have been an-
nnnnrfd as new members of the
Spinsters, philanthropic organiza
' tion. are the Misses Carmen Camp
i bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Van
j Wieder. Jo Ann Tweedie. daughr
ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Tweedie,
j Patricia Viesko. daughter of Mr.
I and Mrs. Edwin Viesko, Mary Ana
Bollinger, daughter of Mr. ana
i v r. r'hirix V Rollinufr Kath
leen Hug. dauzhier of Mrs. George
Hug. Joan Beakey. daughter of
Mrs. John Beakey and Shirley Lu
kins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter S. Lukins. j
Miss Campbell is a senior at j
Milts college and Miss Tweedie '
will be a junior in the fall at Mills. 1
Miss Viesko and Miss Bollinger .i
are juniors ami Chi Omegas at j
Oregon State college. Miss Hug is
i junior at inegon awcann
! member of Kappa Alpha Thota.
; Mss Beakey s house is Kappa
i Kappa Gamma and is a junior at
vvregon oiaie. ;miss i.uk his i roiu-
pletmg her sophomore year at the
University of Oregon and is a
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Mrs. Mabel Tractio was hostess
Wednesday afternoon to members
of the Lidies of the CAR. She
used roses as a centei piece for the
tea table. Attending the affair
weer Mrs. Ilttie Cameron, Mrs.
Mary M inn. Mrs. Florence Shipn.
Mrs Rose Garrett. Mrs. I .cua Tay
lor. Mrs. Annie Laytoti, Mr-. Ma
Crowley, M.S. Aithur Tucker,
Mrs. Helen Shaw, who assisted the
hosies. and Mrs Traglio.
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Liken Air Travel
Mrs. Margaret A. Cook of San
Diego arrived by United Airlines
this week to visit at the home of
her niece and nephew, Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold S. Johnson, 1345 N.
19th st.
Mrs. Cook was 93 years old in
March and enjoys traveling by
air. In 1873 she traveled with
her parents by covered wagon
from Illinois to Omaha, Neb.,
where she lived for over 50 years.
This is Mrs. Cook's first visit in
Salem. She takes care of her
flowers and canary birds when
at home and takes a lively inter
est in world affairs.
OSC Mothers to
Meet Monday
Last event of the year for the
Oregon State college mothers will
be the covered dish luncheon Mon
day afternoon at tht Mayflower
hall at one o'clock. AH Oregon
State mothers are invited through
the press to attend and guests will
be mothers of prospective Oregon
State students.
Dan Poling, assistant dean of
men at Oregon State college, will
talk on the housing facilities. New
officers will be installed with Mrs.
George Croisan as president. Mrs.
Carl W. Emmons is the retiring
president. Mrsr Roy Houck heads
the luncheon committee. '
, LEBANON Last Saaday after
i the evening service more than a
hundred members of the Baptist
church met in the social rooms of
the church and observed the 23th
wedding anniversary of the Rev.
and Mrs. John Houser.
Mr. anal Mrs. Thataaa Koeai are
now settled at their new horn at
1894 North Church street
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Mrs. Hiatt to !
Be Honored
Friends and former pupils of
Mrs. Greta Phillips Hiatt are be
ing invited to a reception to 'be
given in her honor June 3 at Gar
field school, with members of th
faculty at Garfield as. hostesses.
Msr. Hiatt, who has taught con
tinuously at Garfield since 1909,
is to retire at the end of the school
year. In the receiving line with
Mrs. Hiatt will be Mrs. W. E.
Smith, principal. Mrs. David
Wright Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ben
nett, Mrs. Grace Walgamntt Misa
Gretchen Kreamer and Miss Jean
Jones.
The United Spanish War Vet
erans and auxiliary will hold their
annual memorial service today at
10:55 a. m. at the First Congrega
tional church at Cottage and Mar
ion streets.
Chaster BQ af FEO will aaeet
Monday at 7:45 p. m. ith Mrs. J.
P. Duke.
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