The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 19, 1949, Page 8, Image 8

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Rites Read.
At Church
"Saturday
Bouquet ot summer flowers in
tujitel shades and candle provid
ed the setting for the marriage of
Miss Charlotte Reeves, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William A- Reeves
and Carroll Keasey, son of Mr.
and Mr. Tliodore F. Keasey of
Vemonia Saturday night. The
ceremony was performed at the
First Congregational church at I
o'clock by Dr. iSeth .Huntington.
Miii Mancr Farrar and Miss Bar
bara Keasey, who lighted the ta
pers, wore yellow organdy frocks
with matching lace oennas.
The bride, given In marriage by
her father, wore a white marquis
ette gown entrain. The bodice was
enhanced with buttons down the
frnnt and lace oanel with a lace
collar and lace insertion at the
waistline. Orange blossoms held
in dace her fingertip veil and she
carried a bouquet of cream roses,
iweefoeas and bouvardia.
Mrs. Bob Lee Smith, who was
Ruth Hughlett before her marri
age a week Ago, was the honor
matron and wore a blue chiffon
gfwn. Miss Marjoria Keasey was
the bridesmaid and wore i blue
organdy dress. They carried i
crescent of rubrum lilies, fuch
aias and pink bouvardia and wore
hair clips-4f match. Sharon and
Kathy Hattrick were flower girls
and their frocks were of pink or-
candy with pink lace berthas.
Phillip Keasey stood with his
brother as best man and seating
the guests were Ralph Qeasey.
John Reeves, Norman Morgan and
Arnold Severson.
Mrs. Reeves selected a pastel
aqua crepe two piece gown for
her daughter's wedding. She wore
a black bat and accessories and
corsage of roses. Mrs. Keasey at
tended her son's marriage in i
navy blue two-piece dress and her
flowers were roses.
The fireplace room was the
scene of the reception. Mrs. B. L.
Bradley and Mrs. H. W. Hughlett
poured. Mrs. R. T. Gordon cut the
cake, assisted by Mrs. Floyd Que
ry. Assisting were Mrs. Dale
Pence. Mrs. William E. Hill, Mrs.
Arnold 3e.verson, Mrs. Eric Carl
ln and Miss Joan Schwabbauer.
For going away the bride wore
a toast tissue linen with white
ahortie coat, panama hat with
green feather trim and green alii
psor accessories. The couple will
live in Medford. where he will be
with the highway department.
Mrs. Douglas
New President
The Wet Salem Lions auxil
iary closed its meetings for the
current year Thursday night with
inclination of officers.
Mrs. W. E. Knower had charge
of the Installation ceremonies and
Mrs. Al Crowse, second vice pre
sident of the state auxiliary, In
stalled the new officers. Mrs. Ro
bert Langhoff and Mrs. Collet
Kilat lighted the tapers. Each new
officer was escorted to the instal
ling officer by Mrs. Knower, and
each was presented with a cor
sage, as was the retiring presi
dent, Mrs. Axel Jacobsen. Offi
cers installed were Mrs. Chester
5)ouglas, president; Mrs. Junior
Ckley, vice president; Mrs. Ro-
bert Covert, treasurer; and Mrs.
Elmer Nofiiger, secretary.
A number of guests were present-
husbands of auxiliary mem
bers and members from the Cap
ital and Hollywood auxiliaries.
Several musical numbers were
isenttd by Darrel and Karen
.overt and Nancy Rust and two
members ,of the Salem Civic Play
ers gave a comic skit.
The auxiliary will resume their
meetings' on September 19.
Miss Nancy Brown, daughter ef
Prof, and Mrs. Earl T. Brown, will
arrive in the capital Friday from
Boston, where she has been at
tending Simmons College School
of Social - work the past year. She
will be accompanied by three of
her classmates and are driving
west. Miss Brown has a position
for the summer with the state wet
fare commission in Multnomah
county. In the fall she will return
for her second year at Simmons,
Miss Brown is a graduate of Po
mona college.
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HAIX C0NTI01
UNBULY HAIR
ust has to be
oe when it
is HIS' No
Grease Hail Conuol
but without look
ing "slick" oi oily.
Youngsters like it.
because it's the same
line product their
dads and big broth
ers prefer. At any age
... as indispessable
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V odd to aood arooming.
'Capital Drug Store
State T liberty St.
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Mr. cind jMrs. Robert Wayn9 Price Hrene Barbour) who,
were marriea on Iune 11 in the fireside room of the First
Presbyterian church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Barbour of Portadaunt, North Ireland and the
groom isithelson of Mrs. Wayne Price. The newlyweds will
live in Salem. (Jesten-Miller).
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Will ! Attend
Corivelntion
The 38i k annual convention of
the Oregon! State chapter, PEO l
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Sisterhpxpj $n Redmond oh Mon
day, ufjtdjay Land Wednesday
will attrijv a number of Salem
women, ho plan to leave for the
convention (city today. Mrs. D. P.
McElvenyu,! Portland, is the state
president "and will preside at the
sessions.
Delegate,'! will be entertained
tonight inkhe garden of Mrs. L.
W. Frank' I Main speaker at the
Monday njint session will be state
superintendent of public instruc
tion. Rex lTutnaro, Salem. A buck
aroo supper wilibe sered by the
husbands f Redmond PEO mem
bers at th5 Deschutes county fair
grounds i&id a; circus luncheon
will close he convention on Wed
nesday.
Attending from Salem as dele
gates are Mrs. Arthur Bone, Mrs.
Ross Miles, chapter AB; Mrs. E.
G. Sanders and .Mrs. Wayne Cor
don, chapter Bd; Mrs. E. A. Mc
Glaufin and Mrs. R. R. DeAr
mond. Independence, chapter CB;
Mrs. Richard Smart and Mrs. Sid
ney Boise, chapter BQ; and Mrs.
Ivan Stewart and Mrs. Ivan Fow
ler, chapter G. Mrs. Jessie Sin
gleton will also: be among those
attending the sessions.
Mr. and Mrs. WalUr Kirk will
drive to Eugene today to meet
their daughter, -Miss Janet Kirk,
who is arriving from San Fran
cisco to be maid of honor at the
wedding of Miss Elizabeth Nelson
and Scott Adams on Saturday. The
Kirks will be dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. T. O. jftussell iri Eugene,
whose son, Tom Russell, has Just
returned home from his studies
at Leland Stanord.
A combined meeting of the Na
tional Association of Letter Car
riers and the ladies auxiliary will
be held at the home of; Mr. and
Mrs. Dudley Taylor, route 4, Tues
day night. A covered dish supper
will be served at 8:30 o'clock.
stays put!
TU-WAY STRETCH
girdles
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YowK lih th way this
girdle you. It's made to
odjwst in length to fit oH
height. Cotton ond rayon
elastic with dainty rwffle
edging at bottom Sizes
small, medium, large
in nude. I
Pontic; girdle
royon knit crotch :
detochoble gorteri
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CLUB CALENDA1
MONDAY ;
Willamette thrlii. Whit Shrine of
Jerusalem S p.m.
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TUESDAY f
Central WCTU with Mrs. Miles Hen
derson. 360 South 15th street. S p.m.
Wednesday
Nebraska, club auxiliary with Mrs.
Georre Clark. 430 Chemawa. covered
dish luncheon, 12:90 p.m.
FRIDAY
Past Matrons, OES S:30 dinner. Cold
en Pheasant.
Scholarship for
Ann iSibbens
Ann Gibbens, young Salem mu
sician who was a guest of Stand
ard Oil 6f New Jersey at their
Week End of Music in New York
last winter, has been given an
other special treat as a result of
the trip. She has been awarded a
scholarship to Lake Arrowhead,
(California) Music Camp "Sym
phony Beneath the Pines." She
will leave Salem June 24, to at
tend the camp which is June 26
to August 7. All of the 78 young
musicians! selected during the sea
son to be guests at the Week End
of Music which was broadcast
from New York on Sundays
throughout the winter, have been
given scholarships to the camp,
The orchestra in which Miss
Gibbens will play oboe, is to be
under the direction of John Bar-
nett,, conductor of the Los Angeles
Philharmjonic. Eugene Ormandy
will be a guest conductor.
Aside from this work, Miss Gib
bens wilt take oboe and piano les
sons privately. She is a daughter
of Mr. arid Mrs. Harvey Gibbens
and a senior at Salem high school.
Week end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ha-rion W. Elgin, jr., are
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
P. Wins low of Tillamook. Today
the Winsiows will go on to Eu
gene to attend the graduation of
their sort and daughter - in - law,
Mr. and jMrs. George P. Winslow,
jr., from the University of Ore
gon.
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i'Of Interest
A wedding of interest to Salem
friends of the groom took place in
The Dalles Saturday night when
William Carson McCammon, son
of Mrs. ! Hugh C. McCammon of
Salem and the late Mr. McCam
mon, took as his bride. Miss Bar
bara Corey, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Glenn Corey of Seaside, for
merly of The Dalles. The rites
were read at St. Paul's Episcopal
church by the Rev. E. E. Tayler
i at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Stanley Sawyer
! sang" and Mrs. William H. Wil-
helm was the organist White gla
dioluses ! and white delphinium
decorated the altar and Mrs. Laur
ence Scroggs lighted the tapers.
Mr. Corey gave his daughter in
marriage and her wedding gown
was oi blusn pink supper satin
embellished with seed pearl em
broidery on the fitted bodice and
a full train. Her French illusion
veil cascaded from a blush pink
satin coronet embroidered with
seed pearls. She carried a bou
quet of gardenias and stephanotis.
Mrs. Joseph D. Kelley of The
Dalles was her sister's matron of
honor and bridesmaid was Mrs.
H. W. Sexton of Bend, also a sis
ter. They wore identical gowns of
mist pink made with full skirts,
cap sleeves, lace insertion at the
neckline and infanta collars. Their
picture hats were of pink net and
they carried small pink parasols
entwined with gardlands of gar
denias and pink bouvardia. Fran
ces "Kelly was flower girl for: her
aunt.
John Lewis of The Dalles 'was
best man, and ushers were Charles
Poindexter, Astoria, and Laurence
Phipps, The Dalles. !
Airs. Corey wore a rose rioor
length gown wijth matching! hat
and accessories ajnd corsage of gar
defiias for the Wedding. Mrs. Mc
CfKUnonl attended her son's? nup
tials' in a blue lape gown with mat-
ctt ng accessories and gardenia
corsage '
The reception followed at Rem
ington hall. Pouring were airs.
Walter Barsch pf Salem, aunt of
the groom, andj Mrs. B. C.j din
ger of The Dalles. Mrs. Vfallace
P. Carson of Salem, also ah Sunt
of the groom, cut the cake. Assist
ing were Miss Lorna Roberts,
Portland, Ann and Jane Carson,
Salem, cousins of the groom, Bar
bara Swick and Mareta Hendricks,
The Dalles.
After a wedding trip to Califor
nia the newlyweds will be at
home in Salem. The new Mrs. Mc
Cammon attended Oregon State
college and is a member of Alpha
Chi Omega sorority. Her husband
attended the University of Oregon
and is now studying at Willamette
university, where he is a member
of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.
Others from Salem attending the
wedding were Sen. and Mrs. Allan
Carson, Marian and Allan Carson,
jr., Wallace Carson and Wallace,
jr., Mr, and Mrs. John Carson and
Jack Barsch.
Jason Lee Circles
Meet Wednsday
Circles of the Womens Society
of Christian Service of the Jason
Lee Methodist church will meet
Wednesday for 1:30 dessert lunch
eon as follows:
February - August with Mrs,
George Pro at 1915 Maple avenue.
March - September with Mrs.
Lulu Anderson, 2510 Cherry ave
nue. April - October with Mrs. Lee
Haskins, 1410 Nebraska st.
May - November with Mrs. W.
W. Chadwick, 1390 North Winter
street.
June - December, no meeting
The January - July circle will
meet for a covered dish luncheon
at 12 o'clock with Mrs. Robert
Klemple, 3215 Center street.
TURNER Follow int the meet
ing Wednesday of Ideal lodge of
Rebekahs, Art Robertson was
given a surprise birthday party.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ertson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kap
peli. Mrs. Roy Hatfield, Mrs. Bert
Waller, Mrs. Nellie Hamilton,
Mrs. Albert Robertson, Mrs. John
Campbell, Mrs. Guy Chapman.
Mrs. Roy Akin of Salem and
Mrs. Alice Harris, Beaverton.
up or roll down
484 State Strsvet
Phone 3-9191
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' Mrs. Oscar Carl Chxistenseh, jr. (Mary Edith Reimann)
whoe marriage took, place JuAe 11 th Fir.it Baptist
chuxth. Theride is the daughjer of tlie Lo D. Reimanns
cnjidfher husband is the son of j the senior Oscar Christen
sons. In the fall the couple will live in Eugene and attend
th University of Oregon. (McEwan photo).
Mrs. Donald Campbell and son.
Larry, and Mrs. E.-A. Bamford
Schlesinger & Co.
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STARTS
COATS
One group, 100 all W00L
ihortlet and Long. Valuei
to 39.95.
Now
BiESSES
One Group, Pastels. Prints.
Bemberg Sheers and Failles.
Values to 22.95.
Now
DBESSES
One Group. Francis Dexter
Dresses in gaberdine. Values
to 19.95.
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Now
BESSES
One Group, two piece silks.
Values to 34.95.
11
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Now
All Sales Final
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and children are leaving Monday
for a week's sojourn at Seaside.
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CLEARANCE SALE
MONDAY, 9:30 A. M.
SUITS
One Group, at a new low.
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Now
COATS
One Group. lDO'f all Wool
Gabardine. Values to 59.00.
Now
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SUITS
One Group. Mens worsted
by Rosenblum. Regular 49.95
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Now
SUITS
One Group. 100 all Wool
gaberdine. Values to 71-50.
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Sets Date
It will be an August wedding for
Miss Barbara King and Donald
Cruch, who announced their en
gagement a year ago last August.
The evening ceremony will take
place in Portland at St. Michaels
and All Angels church on Friday,
August 12 at 8 o'clock with a re
ception following.
Miss King, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney A. King, made
her home in Salem until two years
ago. She attended tBeUniversity
of Oregon and is a" member of
Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Her fi
ance is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
M. C. Crouch of Portland. He is a
graduate of the University !of Ore
gon and his fraternity is Phi Del
ta Theta.
The bride-elect has asked Miss
Suzanne Huggins of Salem to be
"Holly9
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Mv wife Mvt I thnnlH tell
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ful Orchid Wrappings we give with every diamond. lj
We do not like to keep bragging about this fVasy to
say it easy to do it" method that we figured, out to
help the man get over
"Will ya huh?" Well, for
is how: it works: Each diamond engagement tifty piir- J
chased from us is placed over the petal of a size J
beautiful orchid and the orchid is thei placed Q a box
and tied with real honest-to-goodness orchid cololribbon. j
All the man has to do is hand the box to the tJr and
stand there with his mouth half open waiting ffjer to
open the box and find that beautiful orchid find a
wonderful diamond ring and (just like our BoMj: with f
nine pups) she just can't say "No," and beside$Fe will
admire you for thinking up this exclusive way offjropos-
ing. Gee, I almost forgot to tell you, there is plf extra $
r ha roe for this wraDDina
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DRESSES
One Group, large Yarlety.
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Now
SUITS
One Group, all Wool, famous
brand.
Now
COMS
One Group. 100 all Wool
gaberdine. Values to 79.50.
Now
MS1SS
One Group. Values to 8.95.
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Now
COURT
than without this service.
Jackson Jewele
225 N. Liberty Street
Just Around The Corner From Sally's
&
attrvKay, aisa
of Salem, and Miss Patrk$a Cook
of Portland. Taper lightefr will be -Miss
Janet Paulson of Seattle and
Miss Marilyn Morse otr Astoria,
the tatter three all of Gibma Pht
Beta sorority sisters pf itie bride.
Loren Hewitt of Portend wilQ
serve as best man for Mff Crouch.
Miss King told her Salrfu friends
the date ot her approach ne. mar
riage at a shower . givtva in her
honor Friday night vtjlerr Miss
Huggins and Miss Roberta Tuss
ing entertained at th5 Charles
Huggins nome.
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Statt
von mors about the ; wonder- 11
those three important !(words, JJ
you newcomers to SaIH here
the orice is no hiare; wun
One Group, 100 dlJwooL
Now
DMSSIS
One Group, Francis (jDecter
Dresses, crepes, pastels Benv
berg Sheers. Values to, 22.95
Now
WSSES
One Group, Prints. Pastels In
Crepe and Sheers. Values
to 29.93.
Now
Vanity Fair. Values to 1.95.
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