The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 12, 1949, Page 21, Image 21

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    Reception Tuesday Honors
The Swifts, Centennial
Highlight of the coming week will be the reception Tuesday night
( St. Paul's Episcopal church parish house in honor of the Rev.
George H. Swift on the occasion of his 20th anniversary with the par
ish as rector and Mrs. Swift, and also to observe the centennial of the
acquisition of the property of the church,! donated to the parish in
1849 by Dr. D. M. Willson. Hours for the reception, being arranged by
the entire parish, will be from j f j
8:30 to 10 o'clock. Preceding the
reception there will be a confirm- j NJ (Sq ' f 1 I 1 1 T)Q
ation class and vespers service at j J.VJ.100 1 illlll-'O
the church at 7 30 with the Rt. J . j l -i ,
Rev. Benjamin D. Dagwell. bish- A rjfHo Y
op of Oregon diocese, to conduct! V V vVlO L
mation and to give a 1 ""Nl "I i
the centennial of the VflclJpOl
op or Oreg
the confirmation
talk on
Wivp nf th iPdrvmpn will ! The chaoel of St. Paul's Episco
preside at the tea teble and in- ' pal church was the siting for the
elude Mrs. Le;ter Barr, Mrs. Lynn j wedding of Miss Artie May Phil-;
F. Cror.emiller, Mrs. Glenn S. j lips, daughter ol juajor ana sir?
Pxsr.n Mrs W Wri Is - Kaum. Robert K. Phillip, and Lt. Paul
Mrs. Robert M. Fitzmaurice and Cortland Rodgers, USA, son of Mr
Mrs. C.--W. EartTett. Cutting the
rake will hp Mr. Ch.-trles Helt-
zel and Mrs. O. K. Dett'itt. Mom- ! If. Swift performed the 4 o'clock
bers of St. Ceceiha Guild will nuptials. Max Alford sang and
serve and include Mr-. James B. Miss Ruth Bedford was the organ
Bedinatield. Miss Betty Byrd. i't. Pink gladioluses were arran
Mrs. Frances Cole. Mrs. Jack Haz- ! cd on the altar. j
elett. Mrs. Nina Littrell, Miss Jean 1 The bride chose; a beige gabar
Quickcndcn and "Mis Carolyn dine suit with button trim, round-
Urady. , ed collar and cults tor ner wea
General committee for the re
ception and centennial observ-
and Mrs. Cecil P. Rodgers. on Sat
urday afternoon. The Rev. George
ante includes w'enn v raxson.
Wallace Carson. Mrs. William H.
Lytle, Mrs. F'rank H. Spears and
Mrs. George WclW. Reception
ding. Her hat waq of cream and
chocolate brown and her accessor
ies were brown, j She carried a
white pfrayer bookjmarked with a
white otchid.
Mrs. i Robert N. Phillips, jr.
committee includes Mrs W. Carl- (Mary rneipsj was ner siMer-m-ton
Smith, Mrs. Louis Lachmiind, ! law's honor matron. Sne wore a
Mrs. Varney A. Kuhn. Mr. Don- ! pearl grey suit with blue accessor
aid C. Roberts bnd Mrs Homer H. 'cs end carried a colonial noegay
Smith. Assisting on the -recent ion j of paste flowers centered with a
committee arc" Mrs. Ralph H. Coo- j haby orchid. Mr. Phillips stood with
ley. Mrs. Eugene I. Foster, Mrs. I the grootn as best man and ushers
John B LanKrell, Mrs. E. If Kfn-iere Robert G. Cpates and Kob
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the ceiling with seed weed, emer
ging from it . . . Large painted
murals of whales, fish and mer
maids on the walls . . . Old Nep
tune himself reigning over the
dance ... in the center of j the
hall with a spotlight, and turning
around slowjy . . . Drift wood,
which the juniors had brought in
from the beach themselves, every
where . , . Punch served from
an old pirate's chest ... . bottles
with messages around the orches
tra .. . Orchids to Tatia Wil
liams for the clever decorations,
which took hours of prepara
tion . .
Speaking of orchids ... be
lieve the majority of the girls
there wore orchids, small and
large ones, in their hair ... on
their wrists or the waistline
. . . and a sprinkling of white
dinner jackets noted among the
men . . . Choosing white . . .
The Barnes sisters . . . Joan in
sH i a -c i rrlv Cn7finna
in whiteTdott'ed'organdy oVer red. j ponding secretary, Mrs. Llovc
the skirt Wit in front to reveal the ' Purest, treasurer. Mrs. Lthe
Are Listed
Members of the convention
commission for the American Le
gion auxiliary department of Ore
gon are meeting every Tuesday
at convention headquarters in the
Senator hotel! The convention will
be held August 3-6 with business
sessions to be held in the senate
chambers of the state capitol
building. Mrs. Hubert A. Goode.
Portland, national president 'of the
American Legion auxiliary, will
be in Salem for the convention.
The commission members are:
general chairman, Mrs. L N. Ba
con; vice chairmen. Mrs. Helen
McLeod. Mrs. Harlan Judd; sec
retary. Mrs. Don Madison; cor-
nedy, Mrs, Cal V. Patton and Mrs. fit Oohrke of Dajllas, Pi Kappa
Mrs. Paul Cortland Rodgers, the former Artie May Phil
lips, daughter of Major and Mrs. Robert N. Phillips, whose
marriage took place Saturday afternoon in the chapel of
St. Paul's Episcopal church. Lt. Rodgers is the son cf Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil P. Rodgers. (Jesten-Miller). j.
Homer Goulet. Phi fraternity brothers of the
Church Guilds Asit groom.
All guilds of the church are as- ' Mrs. Phillips sheeted a pink
sisting with arrangements as fol- i silk crepe gown for her daughte
St. Agns. coffee .service.
wedding and Mrs. ftodgers wore a
Mrs. Hazel Johnston and Mrs. j silver grey dre-s. Their corsages
Lola Fursrnan. .chairmen; St. i 'ere of pink and white carnations. J
Anne's, deer-rations and tahle n'r- the hewlyweds, greeted their j
- Seen and Heard . . .
red . . . her escort Jim Cooke,
boy governor of Oregon . . . .
White organdy for Shirley Jones;
and orchid corsage ... A white
strapless frock for Betty Keeker '
and stole fprinkled with irrides- ;
rent sequins . . . Brunette Betty i
Cooley also wearing white . . . !
ditto for Barbara Zumwalt . . . !
and white frosted organdy for
Ramona Van Hess ...
Pre-dance hostesses . . . Les
lyn Burdette in a yellow dotted
Swiss frock with violet sash and !
slippers . . . and Marilyn Pow
er in a blue embroidered organza '
. . . Pretty Nancy Miller in a fe
! ching strapless plaid frock, the
! skirt banded in wnite pique . .
j A blue tiered skirted frock for Di
! ane Perry . . . blonde Sally Don- :
kin in red satin and a white or- ;
chid i . . Joan-Marie Miller;
! wearing an off-shoulder vellow !
dotted Swiss frock and purple or-
chid ... A green aress for Katie
Siegmund and long white gloves Tuesday for a fortnight's visit will
Lewis: badges. Mrs. Jennie Bart
lett; banquet. Mis. Helen McLeod.
Mrs. Harlan Judd; convention
hall. Mrs. Frank Marshall; dis
trict presidents' breakfast, Mrs.
Earl Andrsen; distinguished
guests, Mrs. Leon Brown: decor
ations, Mrs. Harold Streeter; ex
hibits. Mrs. Clara Poland; finance.
Mrs. Glenn Port.r; flags and stan
dards. Mrs. John E. Wood; forty
niner hour. Mrs. Walter L. Snaul
ding: Gold Star Mothers. Mrs.
Merle Travis; hospitality. Mrs.
Paul Ficke: housing. Mrs. Malcolm
Cameron: memorial service, Mrs.
O. E. Palmateer; pages. Mrs. J. D.
White; programs, Mrs. Ray J.
Bassett; publicity, Mrs, Michael
Panck: registration, Mrs. Austin
H. Wilson; ritualistic contest. Mrs
Don Apperson: secretaries and
treasurers breakfast, Mrs. Bert
Walker; trophies and awards, Mrs.
Kenneth Shomaker.
Expected to arrive In the capital
OPEN HOUSE . . . The Glenn', Chattertons of Longview, she
ran-rrw.r,t- rf.-..tK. cuests al a reccotion at the home , ftici. ormics ai nome .lunuij wom. -
mcnts; Ju.'.ior Guild, reception; ' ' the bride's parents on Colum- at . their attractive Kingwood piece print Mr. and Mrs.
St. Helena's publicity St. Acnes - bia street. Pouring were Mrs. ' Heights residence . . . the occa-. Frank McHugh down from Port-
MOWanl J'helUS. Mrs. Allen Hurt SIQ'l lO ceieuraie me opening vi imiu . . . uie muu iii a buiiviiik
coffee; St. Cecelia, serving' Wom
an's auxiliary, Miss Mariorie Har
ris, chuiiman, guest book; St.
Paul's Guild, general committee.
Preceding the aff;ur the. wives'
tit the vestrymen will eiitw,titfc
and Mrs. Elmer A.' Berglund. Miss
Maxine Buren cut! the c;jke and
assisting were Mrs! Erie. Bergmnn.
Miss Roberta Meyer. Mi's Joseph
ine Haurv. Mrs. ,ax Alford and
with buffet dinner at r.ltfroVlock ' Mrs Albert LmdUeck. Alice Lee
at the North Summer street home Hergliind pa s-scd the dream cakes.
of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W. Shep
md. The affair will honor the Hew
and Mrs. Swift, ni hop Dagwell
and the visiting clergymen. Host
esses include Mesdams E. M
Page, H;urv Belt. Arthur Hav.
Charles Heltzel, Floyd W. Sh( p
anU Don.ild A. Young, lister
Barr. Lynn F. IVore miller. Glenn
Pax-oil. w. Wells B.nim. Bobert
M. Fitmaunee and C. W. Bart-lett.
Vivacious Janet G a i s e r
wearing a frosted blue organdy
dress wUh bustle and American
, beauty bow in pack . . . Petite
hlrk and whitP tun. t-',,u, r ulu 1" ile ulue
less ill ess . .
AT HOME . . .on Tuesday
night were the1 C. Lester Now
tK- r.. Wl .M r&nm.ltr and ccriw shanlunif Mrs Rir-h- I "'"o "iiciioimcu wim (;
K.;:r m" " : I IIU L : 'n party for their son-in-law
fTtowng'3 here W he occa- i ThiUan pnnV in 'the "purple and tehr;r'm "d
sion and the McCormicks inviting ! brown tones . . . From Salem Uells- hre rom Modesto Cal.r
a few of their Salem friends in to 1 spotted ... Mrs. James T. Brand ' ' ' ,tes 15 comi" "riy and
meet them . . . i having the time of her life remin- stay,n late. ' ' '. Mrs' Newman
The setting . . . punch serv-, iscing with her Coos Bay friends ' wear,.nt, 8 benung grey strap-
Lt. Rodders and his bride left ed out on the glassed in patio she wore a clever print . . . , . h, . AAilZhtr in u
later in - the day. hx ear for Fort a canopy over toe garden and lots decks of cards on a white back- ! a p"k kn"t ' uit . . Roses
ftl . IJKlanfrma WHITP ne I III' Ul idjiuiuicu luiuuuic . . . Muu - I I run n r. J l ill . ...... ....
stationed For tr.rdelme the bride und a perfect .sunny day for a gar- Thompson choosing a yellow
donned a cream wpol topcoat
be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guild
(Patricia Wallace), of Madison,
Wisconsin, where both are attend
ing the University of Wisconsin.
While here theyjwill be guests at
theVVaJlace Orchards home of her
jnts, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wal-
The Gaiety Hill Garden rlub
has a full day planed for Monday.
In the morning they will visit
gardens in Da'las and return to
Salem for a one o'clock luncheon
at the Fairmount hill home of Mrs.
Phillip Allison. During the after
noon the , group will tour gardens
on the hill.
Robert Adams to
Take Bride
FWmer Salem friends
CAD Has. New
Officer Slate
At the i -Rular meeting of Court
Capital City. Catl olic Daughters
den party, though the sun did get print, large green hat and carrying
a little warmish late in the after- a bag she had woven . . . Mrs.
noon . . . the buffet table, on Edward A. Lebold in a becoming
the patio, covered with a yellow 1 brown print and brown cha
checked cloth . . . poppies and pe.iu . . .
blue delphinium in a blue willow i AC KEVOIR PARTY ... on
bowl . . . lovely congratulatory ; Wednesday at the McCormkk
anB Mrss: O. D. Adajms. now of San ' bouquets about tne rooms . . . a , nome wnen Mrs. v. Benson.
Kri.tiriwi will ii intoroctoH to striking centerpiece on the dining : Mrs. Carl Porter and Mrs. Glenn
learn of the comiijig marriage r,f room table, where both coffee and i McCoi mi. k entertained for two
their son. Orville Jllobert Adams. . ic tea were served ... a hand- travelers . . . Mrs. A. L. Adolph
to Mis i N.incv oioreina Judges' ! some silver bowl filled with a low f on and Mrs. Ralph Campbell . . .
arrangement oi Daoy caua lines me lurmer oouno ior r.urope ano
. . . orchid and white ones and Vicki Campbell accompanying her
orchid Esther Reed daisies com- i east and seeing her off on the
bined with the foliage of the 11 Queen Mary . . . Thirty-five of
ies . . . trays and trays of deli- ! their friends calling at 5 o'clock
cidus hors d'oeuvres . . . guests with the patio and garden the set
everywhere . . . inside and out, j ting tor the party . . . Instead of
on the buffet table and delicious
was the sandwich loaf, most pop- '
ular with the men ... a port
able tirepliice by the house . . .
later in the evening Mrs. New
man bringing out her miniature
organ, a fdmily heirloom ....
and Mrs. Harris Lictz playing it
for the guests . . . Les Newman
taking pictures all evening . . .
flashes and movies . . .
daughter of Mr. anid Mrs. Freder
ick Byron Judges of Gardner, Ore.
the Wedding performed
in Portland on Tuesday. June 14
of America on Wednesday at thr , 't the iRose City Presbyterian
Woman's club installation of offi- church at a high noon ceremony,
cers was roruliu-led Vv Mr vt.. i Mis Judees and her fiance will
LaDou of Mt. Angel, district depu- ' be seniors at Oregdri State college coming early ana staying late . .
ly. Mrs. Margaret Brown was in- in She is a member of T"e hostess . . . receiving in a
stalled as grand regent for the Kappa Alpha Thttia and his fra-' becoming navy blue sheer after
coming year. The meetings w.II ' ternity is Alpha Tj.u Omega. Mr. j noon dress enhanced with navy
again begin in September and will Adams .attended alem schools,
be held monthly. The court will ' prior to moving, aqd served in the
cooperate with the Knighta of Co- I navy during the war. His father is
; now assistant superintendent of
j schols irt. Sari Francisco, and form
! erly was with the! state depart
ment of education pere.
Mr. and Mrs. Adams were in
Salem Thursday enroute to Seat
Jumbus in having a picnic at
dinger -field in July
An appeal was made for blood
donors for the Bed Cross blood
bank by Mrs. F. E. Kenyon, court
Jted cross chairman. Mrs. H. E.
gifts for the travelers the guests
brought dollars . . . clever pack
ages with cartoons and verses . . .
some in bills . . . others in silver'
taffeta bias bands . . . husband, . and lots of dimes, pennies and
Glenn, here and there shaking- nickels . . . Doris AdolphsonV
hands and introducing guests . . J dollars hidden in a green minia
Assisting . . . Mrs. Paul Mcll- j ture boat . , . and Mrs. Camp
wain ol Coos Bay in a bright blue bell's in a fortnightcr wrapped in
Corey, Junior Catholic Daughters ,,e Jind Portland apd visited with
chairman, announced the opening , Mr. and Mrs. Oscar I. Paulson.
or the camp at Silver Fals Dark
ana black print witn the new
plunging neckline . . . Pretty
Mrs. Lee Bishop of Eugene, for
merly of Salem, greeting old
friends and wearing a white two-
piece dress with
belt . . .
purple and travel stickers
Always a highlight of the school
year for the teen-age group . . .
The affair held a week ago in the
multi-colored 1 high school gynavjum . . . The
I gym transformed to an "Under
June 12. Thirtv - five cirls aro
planning to attend. Mrs. Edmund
Silbernagel will be the registered
nurse' in attendance. The refresh
ment committee was in charge of
Mrs. M. L. Jones.
fiurnU of Mr. and Mrs. William
J. Busick this afternoon at their
North Summer street home fol
lowing the Willamette university
commencement will be Brice
Smith of Portland, who is receiv
ig his law degree, his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Linton Smith
of Portland, and his brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert Cain and son, Hobin, of Cor-
Marlon auxiliary.. Veterans of
Foreign Wars, will hold a regular
meeting Monday evening at the
VFW hall. Memorial services will
be held. Plans will be completed
for the members to attend con
vention at Coos Bay June 22 to
John Copenhavfr will leave! From out-of-town . . . The' the Sea" setting
Monday ;fur Boulder, Colorado, to ; Donald McCormicks of Portland j
attend summer sessions at the Un- ! ... he a brother of Glenn and
iversity if Colorado, returning to i his attractive wife in a
Salem the end of August. I white print frock . . . The C. O.
a gilnet for
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Moderate your dancing at one-half the usual cost Right
now. two for the price of one. Enroll today while this
amazing offer is in effect.
T-IWt UTy.lT M
Fox Trot
A Complete
Selection of
Day Cards
Are Still Available at
E dt card
Salem-m-m Candies
Hallmark Cards
330 Court
.: , $1.75
Toilet water and atomizer Just like
Ho gift-wonderful for your favorite little
girl! She'll love its tingly rose-scented sproy
its imort grown-up look on the dressing
table. Set includes plastic atomizer with rub
ber "squeeze me" ball and a full four ounce
! bottl of toilet water.
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Sorry, No Grooms
knew because we were grooms ence, that he's not supposed to see you
our wedding garments ... so we'll be sure not to divulge your wardrobe
Here Comes the Bride
Vej know, too, you'll be at your loveliest . . . and we'd be honored to think that
your slippers are chosen Ixom our collection of Wedding Originals.
These two elegant excrrr.ples, for instance. The VASSAR and the SYNN, bcth in white
buck suede, the Vassar with a medium heel and a shm, symmetric strap, and the Synn
with cushion platform and high heel. The sizes go hke this: Narrows, from 5 to 9;
Mediums from 4 to 9.
Well Gladly Charge II to Your Account