The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 13, 1947, Page 8, Image 8

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    t The Statesman. Salem. Oregon. Sunday, July 13, 1917
Miss Gorton
Now Mrs.
Bruoette Wilms Gorton, daugh
ter of the O. W. Gortons, became
Mr. Blaine Hanks at nuptial
iniM Saturday mornine; at t
Aluck at St Joseph's Catholic
c hurch. The benedict if the son of
Mrs Terr Hanks and D. A.
Hanks of Boise. The altar was
hanked with arrangements of hy
drangeas, fern and tapers where
Father Gerald Una hen officiated.
Wayne Meusey sen before the
bridal part entered and was the
On the arm of her father, the
bride walked down the center
axle wearing a handsome gown
of white brocaded satin designed
with a full skirt which ended in
train. The fitted bodice was fash
ioned long sleeves and a net
yoke edged with band of the
brocader. Her fingertip 1 n g t h
tulle veil cascaded from a ban
desu of white lac. She carried .a
prayer buck marked with a lav-.
eider orchid.
Preceding the bride to the al
tar was her sister, Mrs. John
Wrhrli Jen Gorton), the ma
tron cf hMor, and Mr. James
Gorton, jr., and Miss Raaeaime
Hanks, as brioesmaid. The honor
attendant wore a shell pink nylon
shrer-Tfcck over satin and the
bridesmaid dresses were pink and
blue nylon sheer respectively. They
were full skirted with cap sleeves
and low necklines. The girl alt
wore hite X..e mitts and open
rr jr n bits with buws in back to
match their frocks. They carried
fan shaped bouquets of larkspur
and pink carnations tied with
pink and blue ribbon.
Attend the Greeas
Charles Greene stood with the
groom a best man and seating
the gutft were Tom Cooper,
Mjr.te McCfcrgar and Herbert
Mrs. Gorton selected an aqua
dress printed in black and white
with draped skirt and three-quarter
length sleeves. She wore a
black hat and accessories and cor
sage of pink rosea. Mrs. Hanks
attended her son's wedding in a
black two-piece ensemble with
pink hat and accessories and cor
sage of. pink carnations.
A wedding breakfast for -the
stewlyweds was held at the Gor
ton home and in the afternoon
they greeted their friends at a re
ception at the Salem Woman's
dub-between l:3o and S o'clock.
Mias Ruth Barber cut the cake,
liui Artie Phillips presided at
the coffee urn and Miss Barbara
Kent was at the punch bowl. Mrs.
Frank Imper served the groom's
cake. Miss Jcyce Gorton passed
the guest bock and Miss Cecelia
Greene and Miss Jena Wesjer were
la charge of the gift table.
The couple went north to Vic
toria. B. Con their wedding trip.
For traveling the stew Mrs. Hanks
donned a Kelly green wool suit
with fitted acket designed with
peplum. black hat -end accessor
ies. Pinned to her suit was a lav
ender orchid. Mr. Hanks and his
bride will reside -at 1391 Elm
street in West Salem.
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By Urvma English
Mrs. William Vsrn on
WJi 1 r (lanette Dain
Kuebler) who was married
on July 6 at the ' Johnson
Memorial Seventh Day Ad
venlUt church. The bride
is the daughter of the E. L
Kueblers and the groom Is
the son of Dr. and Mrs.
H. D. Wheeler of Ingle
wood, Calif. The couple
will live at College Place,
Wash. (Jeslen-Miller).
MOVING TIME . . The Hunt
Clark end three children are
making plans to move this month
to their newly built home on Cul
ver Lane . . . a three acre place
with a lovely view overlooking
the mountain range to the east
. . , Although, no cherries this year,
the Clarks are keeping the name,
"Cherry HUL" for their place.
Another Salem landmark to be
sold is the old Henry Thielsen
1 1 place on Court street, recently
f I ownea oy meir aatszmer, Mrs.
O. K. DeWitt, who now lives up
on the Santiam above Lyons.
The DeWitts have been packing
and storing furniture. . .
The Daniel J. Frys have purcn
ased the lovely old Fry home on
South High- street from his
mother's estate. . . . They have ex
tensive plans for remodeling and
decorating. . . . the large verandas
have already been removed.
This will be a landmark to be re
stored by the family instead of
sold. . . . The Edwin Armstrongs,
who have been living in the Fry
home, have leased a house on
North 18th street and hope to be
moved by the end of the month
. . . . Mrs. Raymond Walsh, who
has had rooms upstairs, is house
hunting and until accommodations
are found is with her daughter.
IMrs. Joseph Craig. . . . She has
; 1 1 time being.
BEACH BOUND ... are the Wer
ner Browns and James Waltons,
i who have new summer homes un
der construction at Neskowin . .
They hope to be moved in by mid
Aunts t. so as to enjoy trie remain
der of the summer at the beach
. The Brown's tone story mod
ernistic house is next to the Rob
ert Herralls house, which was
finished in the spring, . . . The
Walton's summer home is located
just south of the Purvine house,
TO COME NORTH ... for a visit
in August are Mr. and Mrs.
George Abbott and son. who are in
WhitUer, California now, while he
Vows Read
Jhn K. Tracy ad Miss Bea
tric M. Bker were united in mar
riage Thursday at a high mass at
St Joseph's Catholic church with
Father Gerald Lmahasi otficiaUng.
The bnkte is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Baker and
wore a white suit with matching
cceorieik for her wedding. She
earned a white prayer book
irked with a lavender orchid
State Department
To Be Organized
Mrs. N. A. Thayer, state aide
of the National Department. Mar
ine Corps League auxiliary, Mrs.
C. A. Larkin and Mrs. A. W. En
gelking, all of Portland, were spe
cial guests of the Salem unit, aux
iliary, at the meeting of the auxil
iary July 10 at the Normandy
Manor. Plans were formulated for
the organization of a state de
partment for Oregon of the M.C.L.
auxiliary, which will be organized
July 28 and 27 when the Marine
Corps League will hold its annual
encampment hi Salem.
" Auxiliary unit! from Portland,
Eugene,' Oregon City , and Salem
will complete the organization at
that time. Headquarters for the
meeting on July 26 and 27 will
be at Normandy Manor. A bust
ness meeting will be held on Sat
urday afternoon, a banquet for the
League and auxiliary will be Sat
urday night at Nortnany Manor,
and election of officers and instal
lition of same will be held Sun
day, July 2T. Mrs. Dave Furlough
and Mrs. Jack Simkins will be
in charge of registration of auxil
iary members. Miss Golds Wheel
er and Mrs. Eva Rush are in
charge of decorations. Mrs. Chris
tine Mumm is president of the
Salem unit.
TURNER Mrs. Lee Kleekstad
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Southern California. . . . They I grey wool dress with black acces-
will be with her sister and family, I sories.
the Leon Barricks. . The Ab- The newlvwed. rt-yl thir
botts plan to return to Nevada Lxuests at a receotion in the Ma-
City, California, in the fall, where Jrine room of the Marion hotel.
Mrs. W. P. Hillpot cut the bride's
cake and Mrs. Earl Viesko pre
sided at the coffee urn. Serving
were Miss Phyllis Sanders and
Mrs. John Meier. Mrs. Charles Y.
Attending thi couple were Miss and Mrs. Howard Prohoska were
B-sttv Schaffer and Clarence hostesses at. the bitter's home for
Rund. A wedding breakfast was Uhower honoring Mrs. Delmer Co
held st the Salon hotel after the
The cufie left for Alaska
where they will make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schneider
left Sa'iuioay for a two weeks
fishir.g trip cn the Rogue River
as guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. W.
Clutsch of Kedford. formerly of
Salem, t their summer home-
studio of the former wife of the
late Eugene Da bit, a modern
French novelist, who she Is using
as the center of her study of the
populist movement. ... She was
most hospitable, allowing Miss
Morange complete use of a cup
board full of materials. . . She
writes that she has had enough to
eat, but there is no heat In her
home. . . . while studying she Is
bundled up as if going to a foot
ball ame. . . . Miss Morange has
taken excursions to Saint-Ger-
main-en-Laye, The Oiae Valley
and visited the Cathedral at
Nuptials at
St. Joseph's
At a 10:30 o'clock ceremonv
Saturday morning at St. Joseph's
uatnoiic cnurch Miss Maxine
Woodruff, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Woodruff, became the
bride of Waldron Hillpot, r son
of Mrs. Juanita Gallegos of Den
ver and Waldron Hillpot of Sa
lem. Father Gerald Linahen per
formed the nuptials and Wayne
Linahen performed the nupUals
and Wayne Meusey was the solo
ist and organist.
The bride selected a pastel green
wool suit, the Jacket fashioned
with dolman sleeves and tie front
for her wedding. She wore a
white horsehair braid hat, white
accessories snd carried a pastel
nosegay. Mr. Woodruff gave his
daughter in marriage.
Miss Macyle Woodruff was her
sister's honor maid. She wore a
grey tailleur with pink hat and
accessories and carried a mixed
nosegay. Gordon White was best
man and ushers were Wen doll
Macklin and Dale Woodruff.
Mrs. Woodruff wore a teal blue
Home Rites
The Kingwood Heights home of
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Van Onaen-
oord will be the setting for a
lovely mid-summer wedding this
afternoon at 2 o'clock when Miss
Bonnie Barton and Donald D. Ba
ker exchange their marriage
vows. Dr. Chester W. HambJin
will perform the nupUals before
the fireplace which will be bank- j
ed with arrangements of white
gladioluses 'and greens. Miss G ten
nis Allen will be the soloist and
Miss Janet Miller will play the
organ accompaniment and wed
ding march.
Mr. Van Onsenoord will give
the bride in marriage. For her
wedding she has chosen a navy
blue afternoon dress designed
with a peplum which terminates
in a cascade ruffle to the hemline
in back. The cap sleeves are scal
loped and her only ornament will
be a strand of pearls. She will
wear a wide brimmed open crown
navy straw hat and navy and
white accessories. She will carry
a prayer book topped with white
gladiolus blossoms and stephan-
Miss Shirley Post will be the
bride's only attendant and will
wear a beige crepe afternoon dress
with ruffle trim and cap sleeves.
She will wear a white hat and
accessories and her flowers will
be gardenias and talisman rttses.
Victor Vevelle will stand with the
groom as best man.
Mrs. Van Ontenoord will attend
the nuptials In a brown polka dot
silk afternoon gown with brown
accessories and a corsage of gar
denias. Mrs. Dean F. Goodman
will wear a black gown with gar
denia corsage for her son's marri
age. A reception will Immediately
follow the ceremony. Mis. War
ren Baker is in charge of arrange
ments and will cut the btide's
cake. Mrs. Arnold Krueger will
preside at the punch bowl. Serv
ing will be the Misaes Patricia
Macnamara. Jean DooltttU and
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Mr. and Mrs. Calvin OUs Light
foot are telling of the engagement
of their daughter. Miss Pauline
Alice Lightfoot. to Robert Gilbert
McBride. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Mc Bride of Olathc. Kansas. The
wedding will take place in Salem
this fall.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the University of Oregon and her
fiance is a graduate of Ola the
school. He recently returned
from Germany, where he has been
serving as a lieutenant in the oc
cupational army. The couple will
make their home in Kansas.
Mlae Lyaeh U Wad
Mr. and Mrs Mike Lynch of
Si I vert on are announcing the be
trothal of their daughter. Jane, to
Stanford A Goiter, son of Mr. end
Mrs. S. A. Goiter of Hillaboro.
Miss Lynch is employed by the
state tas commission and Mr.
Cotter is a driver for Pacific Grey
hound. The wedding will take
place this fall.
Winifrrtl Itvrtl Ytaiu
Miss Winifred Byrd. formerly i
or Salem but now of North Hol
lywood, is visiting her aunt Mrs.
I- H. McMahan for several weeks.
She arrived by plane a week ago.
Miss Byrd, stater of Clarence
Byrd. has not visited In Salem
for many years. She is a pianist,
and teacher ef piano of consider
able fame. .
Mrs. Virgil Cot dan. wfce will
serve as president of the Silara
branch. AraVricaa AaawctaUaai mi
University Woman the aeiasjlng
year, has announced her cornIt
tee chairmen. Officers serving
with Mrs. Golden are Mrs. Ver
non Wiararaon. vtce - aveeadawt;
Mrs. Ervtn potter, e-rrUry; and
Miss Helen Fletcher, treasurer.
Chaiinww are aa follows: Miss
Jessica Kinscy. arts; Mrs. Charles
Layport. educaUon; Mrs. C A.
Fratxke. fellowship: Mias Leila
Johnson, historian: Mrs. Gordon
O. Leonard. IntsmeOonal r4a
Uona; Mias Eleonor Roberta, leg
isiauve: Mrs. Stearns CusMng. Jr,
snembership: Mrs. Curtis Keaa,
procram; Mrs. E. A. CarWSe
publicity; Mrs. Itobert E, Corey,
recent graduates; Miss Lenore
Headley. social studMa; Mrs. B.
McCargar. bulleUa; Mrs. Wayne
Houghton, decorations; Mrs. El
mer O Berg. boapIULty: Mrs Al
bert Cotw-s, eswnal arUeftSea. swd
Mrs Gey Itarkok, atwdewt Umm
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mandy Manor on Thursday when
Mrs. Ralph Campbell entertained
for her house guest, Mrs. William
wear a brown dress with gold
trim, beige topper with gold but
tons and white accessories. Mr.
Baker and his bride will make
their home in Salem. He will at
tend Willamette university in the
Gosser of Portland, here with, herl Davis had charge of the gift table
two children until they receive and Miss Ela Lovre passed the
their port call to leave for Munich, guest book,
Mr. Hillpot and his bride have
gone south to Califo.Mia on their
honeymoon. They will reside in
Salem -at 705 Ferry street. The
groom is in business here with his
Germany, to Join Mr. Gosser, who
is with the war department. . . .
Mrs. Gosser, chic in a mocha
brown suit with balloon sleeves
and pert brimless hat of brown
plaid with cinnamon chiffon drape
at the side. . . . She formerly lived
nere, is naving a grand ume see-1 - .
ing her old friends Also down OllOWGr LjIVGFI
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were two college friends of the t OT bride-LleC!
nostess ana honor guest. Mrs.
ville. a recent bride. Guests in
eluded Mrs. G. J. Newman and
Miss Jessie Walker of Woodburn,
Mrs. C. E. Coville, Mrs. Henry
Bower, Mrs. J. E. Brown, Mrs.
Guy Chapman, Mrs. Ray Grim,
Mrs. Kenneth Chapman. Mrs. W.
A. Rankin, Mrs. Faye Webb, Hrs.
Robert Mitchell, Mrs. L. E. Peter
sen and Ruby, Mrs. Dick Chap
man, Mrs. Floyd Phlug and Mrs.
Floyd Phlug, Jr.
Dwight Parr, who also lived here
at one time, and Mrs. Sidney
Smith, both smartly dressed in
tailored suits and straw chapeaux.
Among these present .... Mrs.
Merrill Ohling striking in a bur
gandy red pleated skirt with white
jacket and black straw hat . . .
Mrs. Wallace Bones teele In a star
light blue silk ... A chartreuse
pleated skirt dress with black
straw picture hat chosen by Mrs.
Kenneth Bell . . . and sophisticated
in all black were. Mrs. Ralph
Hamilton and Mrs. William G.
Stacey.' . . . Mrs. Frank Prime
tanned from vacationing at their
summer place at Devils Lake. . . .
and wearing a grey silk with
printed bodice and open crown
straw adorned with flowers the
shades ofathe print. ... A pretty
print and large, brimmed hat on
Mrs. F. W. Poorman.
SOON TO BE HOME . . . Return
ing to the states the latter part
of July will be Miss Marion Mor
ange, associate professor of
French at Willamette university.
. . . She has had a fellowship at
the Sorbonne in Paris the past
year. . . . Before returning to Ore
gon she will spend a week at
Middlebury . college, Vermont,
where she will receive the degree
of Doctor of Modern Languages
at the completion of her project.
. . . In her studies she has had the
rare privilege of Visiting the art
Mr. and Louis Drapela enter
tained at their home for Miss
Genevieve Lovcik and her fiance,
Anthony Zirolli of Pater son. NJ.,
on Friday. Guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Matejcek, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Schwob, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Novotny, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Vanek, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Rada, Mr. and Mrs. Albin
W. Lovcik and daughter Virginia
and sons David and Thomas, Mrs.
Mary Hrubetz. Mrs. Mary S. Bina,
Mrs. Frank Sevcik, Mrs. Martin
Griga, Joseph Drapela and Nor
man Drapela and the hosts. The
honor guests were presented with
many useful girts and the eve
ning was spent playing cards and
singing. At the close of the eve
ning refreshments were served.
Barn Dance Set
For August
One of the most enterprising
of community groups around is
the Roberts Grange, which puts
on several outstanding events each
year to raise funds for its vsri.m
This time it is to be a barn
dance, at the Flying E ranch home
of the Lee U. Eyerlys on Aug
ust 9. There will be old time
dances, a caller and an orchestra.
The dance is open to the puc-lic.
The Salem Central VYCTU will
hold its annual picnic luncheon on
Tuesday on the lawn of the Eu
gene Prescott home, 104 Oak st.,
at 12:30 p. m. A special farm
home program will be given at 2
o'clock. All Interested friends are
invited to attend and bring picnic
baskets and table service.
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