The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 15, 1947, Page 10, Image 10

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    10 Tho Slat man. Salem. Oroqon. Sunday. Juno 15. 1917
Don t Took Now..
' but . . . I remember one . Rose festival j
parade, when as a sweet young thing yre
were one oi the girls to attend the Salem
float. We walked, carrying streamers , and
it rained, and the red, white and blue tarle
tcn dresses faded, and we dripped, and our
feet hurt - - but we won the blue ribbon.
Dad la a crab ... according to the
man on the radio who sayjs he simply raves
if he doesn't have his cereal for breakfast.
Another fellow says dad must always have
pancakes made from prepared pancake
flour, and yet another warns of the old
man's displeasure if he doesn't get bacon
every morning. Yes,' he's a hard, man to
please. . ' :
lie's kicked around . . . a good deal
, though. We find that we can never get too
many pipes ' for Dad, that he will simply
adore a pair of swim trunks In the new Car
ibbean designs . and that what he really
needs is a helping of chocolate pudding
made with umpty-ump vitaminized canned
milk. "But somehow we feel that our lather
could do better with a new kitchen apron,
his is pretty weli worn out where the edge
of the sink rubs during his dishwashing du
ties. I V--'' : ' ;
Still no action . .'. We have advoca
ted an Aunt's Day for many years, but to
no avail. We can just see the ads urging
you to remember dear sweet old auntie with
a new set cf curl papers, a tortoise fhell
Comb, the better to groom her cats, and even
a pair of pretty black cotton stockings to go
with the new ground grippers she bought in
1929. ' . . . Maxine Buren
Bv lery me English
- v r it. v.
Beaded for Chicago today are Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Carkin and email line twice. . . . Mr. and Mr. Earle
daughter, Susan Jane, who now I Potter here from Los Angeles and
reside in Corvallis . . . and Ray- greeting old friends. . . . The Pot
snond and Richard '; Yocum, who I ters are members of the Santa
ceremony in a black ensemble
wun matciung accessories. A re-
I cepiion win De neld at the May-
nower halt. Mrs. Floyd McNall
will pour and Mrs. Ode Larson
oi iwr. i nieisen s iainer ana I . :
Serving will be Miss Pat Hedges,
Miss Carol Crawford and Mrs.
Larry Mack of Albany. Miss Mil
dred, Toombs will pass the guest
book and in charge of the gifts
will be Mrs. Everett Dickens, and
Miss Clarice Nelson. Miss Dorothy
Peterson and A. B. Peterson, cou
sin and uncle of the bride, will
play piano and violin numbers
at the reception. .
The couple will go to Los An
geles, Redwood City and Oakland
on their honeymoon, returning to
Salem in a fortnight to make their
home at 1260 Center street
Miss Jey Mils, principal of
Leslie Junior high school, will be
the speaker at the Women's
Council of the First Christian
church Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clock. She will talk on The
Delinquent Child." A welfare
luncheon will open the meeting
at 12 o'clock when reports of
the planning conference will be
given. A business meeting will
follow. A nursery will be fur
nished for the children.
Auxiliary to th United Danish War
Veterans meet at Vrw hall. o in., ao
rtal hour following.
wniie srtnne of Jerusalem mrt at
Masntc Temple, pjn.
American War mother meet at Leg
Ion hall. 11 JO p.m.
Salem Central WCTU with Mr. W.
A. Bark us. 220 Vtata ae . 1 p m.
Sons of Union Veteran and auxil
iary, with Mr. and Mr. J. L. Pratt,
rout J. M no-host dinner.
Women's Council of First Christian
church, church parlors. I p m,. welfare
luncheon at noon.
North Salem WCTU. with Mr E. J.
Williams. 7 Chemeketa street. 1pm.
Jajcettes will meet with Mrs.
Richard Lorkard. 2045 Maple ave
nue, Monday at 8 p. m. Co-host
esses will be Mrs. Phil Jackson.
Mrs. James Zigler and Mm. Don
School Days
Are Over
June is a popular month, not
only for weddings but for gradu
ation, which means the end r(
school days for many.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Paulson, r.
will motor to Portland Friday to
attend the graduation of their
son-in-law, John Folsom Hayes.
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. I U yes
of Portland, formerly of Lake La
bish, from the University of Ore
gon Medical school. On June Z2
Dr. Hayes will fly to Detroit,
Mich, to begin his lnlrrnehip.
Mrs. Hayes and their daughters
will remain In Portland unul liv
ing accommodations are obtain
able in Detroit
Mrs. George Lewis and daugh
ter, Barbara, will also attent the
University tt Oregon Medical
school graduation to are the for
mer's daughter, Flormce, recrirt
ber degree as an -t ay lechnkiaa.
On Saturday Mlaa Lewis will then
leave for a week's trip to Lake
Chelan. Wain, with a group f
her classmates. On her return she
will aet out on another trip ntth
group of friends to Sa Fran
cisco, Reno. Boulder Dais. Dryre
and Grand Canyon. Zjoo Nat-
al park and Kan Lake C'r.
Donald A. Young i3 Wsre da
week for Victoria. B. C 04 or
rcccpanylr-g him heene the end tt
the week w.Ii tve las eon. Don 14.
wtio h. cofst(4etrd rus Joroe
year at tVrntwood Sctac4 tor
TW ftolrsa Writers ciek n2!
meet eat VTednewday newr. at
73a. with Wr.. Hubert HcUtmcm,
IOCS South Liberty atroet.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon rerry are
leaving today for Diamond Lake
for a week's fishing trip. They
will be Joined there by her
brother and sister-in-law. Mr.
Mrs. Warner Marsden of Los Angeles.
will spend the summer at the
Riverside home of their parents,
"the Ray A. Yocums. . . Ralph
and Helen Yocum are already
there and Rachael Yocum will join
her family in a few weeks. . . .
It will be just like old home days
on North Summer street for the
Yocums in Riverside. . . . Rachael
win receive her doctor's degree
at New York university : this
month and wiU be on the staff
there in the fall, doing research
in physical education. ... Bruce
and his family will return to Cor
vallis in the fall, where he will
continue . with ,his engineering
course. . . . During the summer
he will have a position with Gen
eral Motors in Chicago. , . . In
September Don and Roberta Jean
Fox of Portland will drive back
lor a visit to join the family re
The Burton Lemmons (Isabel
Morehouse) and children, Michael,
Rosemary and Jon Dennis, left
Saturday by car-for Mexico City
to spend the rummer. . He will
study at the University of Mexi
co, having already spent apre
. vious summer there. , . . The
Lemmons have leased their lovely
lakeside home at Tacoma, but
will return there in the fall to
live in the apartment on their
place. . . . They were here this
week en route south visiting her
sister and family, the Clayton
HOME AGAIN. ... Now lo
rated in Salem are Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Lento (Patricia Hutchin
son) . . . they have been in Wash
ington since their marriage. ,
; Bob is now in business here with
her brother. Ray Hutchinson.
Until living quarters can be ob
tained they are temporarily with
- Alan and Harriet Siewert at their
country place. . .' .
The Norman Yagles (Helen Os-
trin), Richard and Raymond, re
turned to . Salem late in the
spring. . , . They have been In
Rock ford. Illinois, since his dis
charge from the army. ... Nor
man was here during the war and
decided there was nothing like
Oregon. . . . They are at home at
. 450 North 20th street
ginia Huston, daughter of the
Oliver Hustons, left by plane last
Saturday for Tucson Arizona,, to
- attend the summer session at the
Univerrity of Arizona. ... Vir
ginia, youngest of the four Hus
ton girls, graduated from Salem
high school only two" days before.
. . . On the same plane -were
Charles and Mary Elizabeth Flit
ton, who were bound for Los An
geles to live. ... En route south
Virginia visited . her brother-in-law
and sister, Allen and Anne
Gilliland, in San Jose. ... The
Gillilands -will receive their de-
" grees from Leland Stanford today
and will go to Chicago while Al
len attends a special school in
chemistry . . . then back to San
Joe after the first of the year.
A gala: golden wedding f celebra
tion for Mr. and Mrs. H. William
ThieUen Monday. . . . Guests call
. lng all evening at their suburban
home overlooking the valley and
river. . . . Mrs. Thielsen wearing
a becoming black velvet gown
with white lace trim and a purple
orchid. . . , Receiving with the
couple . . . their daughter, Gret-
ehen. ' now Mrs. Kenneth Baird.
of Riverside, ;; Calif, wearing a
flowered print gown . . . and son,
Hans, down from Stevenson;
j Wash. . . . - -
Gergrous flower arrangementa.
... On the mantel and on either
aide large vases of calla lilies,
' roses, ocean spray,- lilacs and
. ayringa. . . . An all. gold bouquet
! n one table . . and beautiful
; yellow rosebuds in a vase on the
, ' desk.-. . The serving table cen
tered with a low arrangement of
lilies, baby callas and roses in the
golds and bronze shades and tied
'ywith matching ribbon. ... A table
displaying their wedding pictures
and his top hat and shoes.
Among those present. . . . The
i - center of much attraction was
year-old Mrs. Gertrude Brether
ton of Portland, mother of Mrs.
Keith Powell, who came down for
the occasion. . . ; She attended
' the Thielsen .wedding fifty years
, ago and enjoyed reminiscing with
- , the guests and Mr. Thielsen's
brotners, Frederick, who came
v west from Wasbington, D. and
" -C- Edward, up from, San Francisco.
i . . . Mrs. Thielsen's sisters, Mrs.
. ;; Phillip Gearhart of Seattle, -In
-i becoming white Jersey gown
printed. in reds and. greens
and Mrs. Ivan Putnam in a pastel
atriped dress.
The goest book;. t for the oc-
c&skm had been used at the 45th
wedding anniversary celebration
Monica Civic Opera company.
Mrs. o. K. DeWitt a aister of
Mr. Thielsen, assisting and look
ing quaint in a rose beige organ
za gown With full sleeves and
skirt and drop shoulder, . . . Mrs.
Hollis Smith in a pretty oearl
grey crepe with cap sleeves of
lace. . . . Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
Emmons coming in with three of
their handsome sons . . . the
fourth, Terryv back east with his
grandfather, O. W. Emmons, who
takes one of his grandsons each
year. . .
At 3 o'clock this afternoon nt
St Vincent dePaul church, Miss
Araeue magenson. daughter of!
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Haagenson,!
will become the bride of John
Meier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fla-
viua Meier. The Rev. George L.
O'Keefe will officiate at the dou
ble nng ceremony. The altar will
be banked with pink and white !
gladioluses and asters. Miss Dor
othy Pederson, cousin of the bride I
will be the organist and PatKer-
ber will sing. .
Mr, Haagenson will eive his
daughter in marriage. She will
wear a white Lilly Ann fitted suit I
of wool crepe designed with pep-
lum, wtute horsehair braid hat I
and white accessories. She will
carry a Bible marked with or
chids. Around her neck will be
clasped a string of pears, the gift
oi the groom.
Miss Mary Lou Carroll will be
the honor attendant and with her
rose suit she will have black ac
cessories and a corsage of garden
ias. Tom Meier will be best man
and ushers will be Richard and
Joseph Meier, brothers of the
groom, i i
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xvirs. -naagenson win wear a
dusty rose dress and hat with
black accessories for the wed
ding. Mrs. Meier will attend the
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