The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 05, 1949, Page 8, Image 8

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JTba Statesman. Salem, Oregon, Sunday.' Tutio 3, 1949
June Brides-Elect Reveal
Plans for Church Rites
f June is proving to t as popular a month for .weddings in the
"past with nbny Salem firli scheiulei to walk dowg the aisle in; the
Bext few weeks.
: Announcing members of their bridal parties today are the Misses
Ituth Hughlett, Jane Acton; Charlotte Reeves and Norma Fischer.!
' Miss Hughlett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hughlett, and Bob
Lee Smith, son or ir. ana Mrs.
S. L. Smith of Portland, will be
married on Saturday, June 11 at
the First Congregational church
with Dr. Seth Huntington officiat
ing The bride-elect's sister, Pa
tricia Hughlett, and Judith Lee
Query will light the candies for
-'the 8 o'clock rites. Robert Gwynn
will sing and Jean Hobson Rich is
the organist. . - -
Mr. Hughlett will give his
daughter in marriage and she has
asked Miss Charlotte Reeves ,to
be her honor msid. Ricky and
Jack Query will be the ring bear
ers. Robert Nelson will stand with
the groom-elect as best man , and
' ushers will be Edward A.., Peter
aon of CorvalUs, Hsrold Muchow,
Robert Macnamara and John
Reeves. A reception in the fire
place room will follow. The cou
ple wiU live in Portland, where
he will attend Portland univer
sity. ! Jn Acton's Bridal Partr
The First Methodist church will
be the scene of the marriage of
Miss Jane Acton, daughter of the
Paul H. Actons, and Donald
Prelss. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Preiss of Vancouver, Wash. The
nuptials will take place on Fri
day. June 17 st 8:30 o'clock with
the Rev. Edward Gebert of Long
view. Wash., officiating. Miss Ed
1th Fairham will be the soloist
and Miss Jessica Kinsey the or
ganist. Lighting the tapers will be the
Misses Carolyn Carson and Bev
erly Prelss of Vancouver, sister
of the benedict-elect. Mr. Acton
will give his eldest daughter in
.marriage and her sister, Margaret,
will be the maid of honor. Brides'
maids will be the Misses June
Yuung, Addyse Lane, Connie
Cocking and Nancy Chrlstensen
of Hf-sverton, Darlys Thomas of
i Portland, cousin of the groom-to-be,
will be the flower girl and Mi
chael .Prfeiss, his younger broth-
, er, will be the ring bearer. David
, Mflson- will serve as best man. A
.reception, will be held in the. Car-
ier room.
, MKs Reeves Tell Plans
At an 8 o'clock ceremony on
Saturday, June 18 Miss Charlotte
; Reeves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
i' W.- A. Reeves, will become the
. bride of Carroll Keasey of Ver
, lumta. The. rites will be perform
ed at th First Congregational
church bDr. SetJi Huntington.
Mis Nancy Farrar and Miss
Barbara Keasey will light the can
dle. Miss Ruh Hughlett who will
be marked the week before, will
b the honor attendant and Miss
, MrJorl Keasey wiU be the
bridesmaid. Flower, girls will be
RHaron and Kathy Hattrick. Mr.
Reeves will give his daughter In
1 tmrriaKe.
Phillip Keasey will be his bro
ther's best man and ushers in
clude Ralph Keasey, John Reeves,
Norman Morgan and Arnold Sev
erson. The reception will bshel?i
In Jthe fireplace room.
Attendants Helected
June 18 has also been chosen as
the wedding day for Miss Norma
Fischer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Fischer, ' and Del ton
Trinklein, son of the Rev. and Mrs.
Herbert Trinklein of Portland. The
ceremony will take place at St.
John's Lutheran church at 8
'clock with- the benedict-elect's
father officiating. -Mrs. Erwin
"Nict'oderitus of Mt, Angel and
; Miss Mary Heenan will light the
! tapers. ,
Mr. Fischer will give his daugh
ter in marriage and her honor at
tendant will be her sister, - Mrs.
Eugene George. Bridesmaids will
b? Miss Patricia O'Day, Mrs.
Howard Hochhalter and Miss Joan
Trinklein, sister of the groom
elect. Jacqueline Trinklein, his
niece, will be the, flower girl.
Divk Hoffman will be the ring
bearer.
Donald Trinklein will be his
, ( brother's best man and ushers are
.Robert Dressier, Robert Schlel
. wits and HUlman Fischer. A re-
eeption will follow the nuptials.
Will Graduate
Mi Gloria Spencer, daughter
ef Mr.C. B. Spencer,, it a member
of the graduating class at St Hel
ens hall, Portland, this year, hav
ing attended the school for the past
sis years. The commmencement
exercises will be Tuesday night at
Trinity Episcopal church at I
o'clock and the baccalaureate ser
vices will be Sunday afternoon.
The nineteen graduates were hon
ored at a banquet and dance Sat
urday night at the University club
.In Portland. Among those who wHl
b- attending the graduation exer
ie Tuesday night will be Mrs.
C. B. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Con
rd Pauls and sons, Tom, Larry
and Peter, and from Lebanon, Mr.
and Mrs. Bingham Powell and Mr.
and Mr. Bruce Spencer.
The travel group ef AAUVT will
meet on Tuesday for the last ses
sion of the year, at the home of
Mrs. P. W. Calvert, 210 East Wash
Inftof street. Mrs. Daniel J. Fry
wilt apeak on Africa. Assisting
the hostess will Mrs. C. W. Noble.
Mrs. Curtis B. Cross and Miss
Phebe McAdams.
Eajerlng a beach party at Nea-
kowm this weekend are Mr. and
Mrs. Thome H. Hammond and
Mc. and Mrs. Joseph E. Harvey,
lr of Portland, formerly of Salem,
Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth G. Manning,
and Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler R.
English.
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Misi Josephine Jane Hil
debrand, daughterf Mrs.
Martha Hildbrand of Dal
las, whose engagement to
LeRoy Kfc Gesner, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Gesner
of Salem, has been an
nounced Both are gradu
ates of Salem Academy.
No wedding date has been
set.
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To Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Cross
go congratulations on the birth of
daughter, Annette voaas, on
Fridsy night. June 3 at the Salem
General hpspitaL The little girl,
who weighted seven pounds, three
ounces, has an older sister, Corde
lia. The baby's grandparents are
Mrs. Curtis B. Cross of Salem and
Austin Dodds of Eugene.
Shower Will
Fete Matron
Mrs. Clarence Wicks and Mrs.
Wallace Weil will be hostesses for
a bridge party Wednesday night
st the former's home on South
Winter street in compliment to
Mrs. Paul; Stocker. A late supper
wUfbe seped by the hostess and
a shower will fete the honor guest.
Honoring Mrs. Stocker will be
Mrs. Arthur Wilson, Mrs.. Craig
Coyner, Mrs. Roger Todd, Mrs.
Joseph Meier, Mrs. Warren Coo-
ley, Mrs. George Tomlinson, Mrs.
William Stortz and Mrs. R. G. Mc-
Kinney and Mrs. Jack Lemons of
Lebanon, and the hostesses.
Mrs. David Bennett Hill and
grandson, j Vernon Hill, entrained
Saturday for a month's stay in
Rochester Minn. They plan . to
visit other places in the east and
returnd home by way of Yellow
stone. Mrs. Ralph E. Pnrvlne and chil
dren, Billy and Becky, are leaving
today by train for Winona, Miss.,
to spend two months at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
E. Raymond.
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Be ; Highlight
Of Weekend
A number ief events are, on the
weekend"calendar during the Wil
lamette university commencement
festivities. Social highlight will be
the reception to be given by the
Willamette university faculty on
Saturday night, June 11 at Lau
sanne hall between 8:30 and 10:30
o'clock in honor of the graduat
ing seniors, parehts, alumni and
friends of the university. Invita
tions were in the mail to the' af
fair this past week and invitations
have been, sent to all clubs in the
cuy, !
Mrs. G. Herbert Smith, as pres
idem oi tne wiuamette univer
sity Faculty Wives' club, is gener
al chairman of the affair. Her
committee chairmen Include Miss
Olive M. Dahl and Miss Margaret
Allen, invitations; Mrs. Raymond
Withey, refreshments; Mrs. Earl
T. Brown, decorations; Mrs. Lestle
j. J paries, nosts ana hostesses; Mrs.
All Accordion Concert
Accordion Bands Ensembles Soloists
Presented by
WILTSEY MUSIC STUDIOS
Jun 7th 8:15 P.M.
Leslie Jr. High Auditorium
Public' Invited
Studio Address, 1630
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slacks to fonrals,
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Arthur Bates and Mrs. Chester
Luther, co-chairmen of the dining
room; and Mrs. Kenneth York,
publicity. Mrs. Smith will enter
tain her chairmen at luncheon on
Monday afternoon at one o'clock
at University House to complete
plans for the reception.
Banquet Saturday
Saturday, June 11 will be known
as alumriT day with class meet
ings and luncheons scheduled for
noon. An alumni banquet will be
held at Baxter hall in the even
ing, at 6 o'clock with Dr. Charles
B. Harrison of Columbus, Ohio,
the guest speaker. Commencement
exercises will be Sunday after
noon, June 12 at 3 o'clock in the
university gymnasium with Dr.
John L. Knight, former Willam
ette religion counselor and assist
ant to the president, as speaker.
The Oregon Gamma alumnae of
Pi Beta Phi will hold their annual
commencement breakfast on "Sun
day morning. June 12 in the Cher
rian room of the Senator hotel at
8:30 o'clock. The graduating sen
iors of the chapter on the Willam
ette campus will be honor guests.
Mrs. Robert Bailey is general
chairman of the affair. Miss Faye
Cornutt of Portland is president of
the alumnae group.
No Admission Charge
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Salem, Oregon
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Installation ,
Of Zonta
Officers !
The Zonta International club of
Salem will install officers for the
coming year Thursday night at a
meeting at Silver Falls Lodge.
Mrs. Genevieve Turnispeed, of
Eugene, past district chairman,
charter member and past president
of the Eugene Zonta club, will be
the installing officer, Accompany
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ing Mrs. Turnispeed to Salem for
the installation meeting will be
Mrs. Fanny Maria tte, who is also
a charter member and past presi
dent of the Eugene club.
The ceremony of the Zonta
bouquet will be given by Dr.He
en Pearce. past international pres
ident and member of the Salem
club.
Newly-elected officers to be in
stalled Thursday night are Mrs.
Robert M. Fischer, jr., president;
Mrs. W. E. Smith, vice president;
Mrs. Frank J. Burke, second vice
president; Mrs. Gordon Leonard,
secretary; Mrs. John R. Clearwa
ter, treasurer. v
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Installation Monday
Installation of the j guardian
council of Job's Daughters is be
ing held on Monday night. Mrs.
E. T. Hart well is guardian, El
wyn Hill is associate I guardian;
Mrs. Marvin Rasmussen, secretary;
Mrs. Elwyn Hilt, treasurer; Mrs.
Harvey Gibbens, guardian of mu
sic, Gordon C. Herrig. finance;
Mrs. L. H. Campbell, hospitality
Mrs. George Hewitt, sociability
Mrs. Howard Phelps, paraphena
lia and Mrs. Harvey Aston, publl
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