The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 03, 1949, Page 7, Image 7

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M ) , 2- i'! : - A arre on une 26 was Mrs. Donald Sommer (Jacqueline Torgerson),
' ' whose wedding took place at St Joseph's' Catholic church. The
' i - j y I .r ?, ' ' bride is the daughter of the Albert J. Torgersons and the groom is the son
' j. j r of Mrsi Clara Sommer. The newlyweds will live in Salem after a Calilor-
jf Y '"'" h nia honeymoon. Gesten-Miller).
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Pictured in her egg shel satin bridal gown is Mrs. Scott Adams, who was
Elizabeth Nelson before her wedding on June 25 at St. Paul's Episcopal
church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. George W. Neiscn and
her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Scott Adams, of Milwaukie.
The couple will live in Portland. (Jesten-Millet' photo).
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Parties for Summer Brides-Elect ...
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Entertaining centers around the many sjummer brides-elect with luncheons,
dinners and showers given in ither honor. Mrs. Harrie Lietz and Mrs. Frederick
Mill Thompson will be hostesses tipr a one o'clock dessert luncheon and showtr
on Wednesday afternoon at the Thompson country home on Schurman road in
compliment to Miss Jeanne .arfd Mi$s Janice Myers, popular brides-elect. Thiny
five guests have been bidden (o the affair.
Miss Corinne Wade, July; bride-elect of Richard Kuhn, will be the honor
gue;t at a pre-nuptial party Thursday night' wiien Mrs. George W. Keuner and
Mrs. George T. Hill entertain at the former's home on Hayden avenue. A des
sert supper will ae served aftd the briye-to-be will be presented with a gift of
her crystal. A group of family friends 6f Miss Wade and her mother, Mrs. Fran
cis T. Wade, hav been invitjed to the affair, t
For Miss Arnold j
Miss Josephine Caughelll and Miss Janet Lindley will entertain Wednesday
night at the John Caughell Jiome' on South Cottage street for the pleasure of Miss
? Beula Arno'd, August brideelcct of James Williams. A kitchen shower will honor
Miss Arnold with a dessert iupper following.;-
Bidden to fele the bridiS-to-be are Mesdames Lloyd Arnold, HarolJ Dickey,
Rogert Wagers.. J. C. Lindlfy Carlton Jv McLeod, John Caughell, Misses Jean
Pickens. Irene McLeod, Crystal Huntington, Nancy Snyder, Joan Hoerth, Ruth
, Holtzman, Ruth McCall, Mairy Arnold and Mariah Carson.
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For Miss Cooley . .
By Jeryme English
Statesman Society Editor
A much feted bride-elect is Miss
Margaret Cooley, who will be married
August 6 to John Phillip Maulding of
Tillamook. Mrs. James H. Nicholson
and Mrs. C. B. McCullough will be hos
tesses for a one o'clock luncheon and
afternoon of bridge on Wednesday aft
1 ernoon for Miss Cooley at the former's
North Summer street home. A miscel
laneous shower will fete the bride-to-be.
Bidden to honor Miss Cooley are
Mesdames Ralph H Cooley. Richard L.
Cooley, 'William McGilchrist, jr., Harry
V. Collins, James T. Brand. George
: Cro.san, A. L. Adolphson. W. I. Need-
Wheeler R. English, George 1 H.
Swift, Floyd W, Shepard, Charles A.
S rague, E. J. Scellars. U. Scott Page,
George L. Arbuckle, Elvin F, Smith and
Eugene Foster.
Miss Carroll Gragg and her moth
er, Mrs. Albert C Gragg wil entertain
for the bride-elect Thursday nipht at
their North Capitol street home. Cards
will be in play with a late supper fo'
'owing and a bathroom shower will
honor Miss Cooley.
Bidden to fete the bride-to-be are
Mesdames Ralph Cooley, Richard Coo
ley, James A. Maulding of Tillamook,
George C. Alexander of Eugene, Donald
Preiss, Douglas Armstrong, Wayne
Struble, Eugene, Leonard Odum, Scott
Adams, Milses Jean Maulding. Port
land, Marjorie Tate, Mariann Croisan,
Charlotte Alexander, Addye Lane, June
Young, Jane Carson, Betty Jean Man -oles,
Shirley Lukins, Phyllis Schnell,
Marylou McKay, Edith Fairham and
Roberta Meyer.
rs. William Carson McCammon, who was Barbara Corey, before her
weddnig on June 18 at SC Paul's EpiscorSl church in The Dalles.
The bride's parents are the Glenn Corey s of Seaside; forirerly cf Til
Dalles, and the.groom is the son of Mrs. Hugh C. of Saleijri
and the late Mr.-- McCammon. The couple will make their home in Saleih.
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Brunette Betty Lou Edwards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. Edwards, who recently announced her engagemefit 1o
David Getzendaner, son of Dr. and Mrs. Mark A. Gstzendaner.
No wedding date has been set and In the fall the jbendidict
elect will continue his stuidies at the Lutheran Seminary in Min
neapolis. (Jesten-Miller). :
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A Iune kric0 Picked with the feminine members of her bridal party is Mrs. Robert Leonard Schroeder, who was
(xl Patricia lean Nickens. hafore her jading on June 26 at St Paul's Episcopal church. Left to right are Miss Gloria
McClintock, Sue Carolyn Shaw, flower girl Mrs. Ernest Hobbs, the bride, and Miss Barbara McClintock. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert E Nickens are the brjde's parents and the groom is the son of the Leonard G. Schroeders of Portland. (McEwan
rs. Robert G.'iCrechter
(Mary O'Connor), whose
wedding was an event of June
18 at St Joseph's Catholic
church, 'the brides' parents are
'Mr. and Mrs. Francis John
O'Connor of Stayton and the
groom is the sen of Mrs. Phil
lipa Krechter of Salem. The
couple will go to Los Angeles
in the fall, where he is attend
ing Loyola university. (Jesten
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Visitors of Note ...
Summer visitors and travelers
continue to hold the social spot
light. Expected to arrive in the capital
the first part of the week are Lt.
(jg) and Mrs. Stuart Nelson and
daughters. Genevieve and Laurie,
of Alameda, Calif. They will be
here for the month of July at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl E. Nelson, nad will vacation
part of the time at Neskowin.
Arriving in Salem today will be
Dr. and Mrs. Ralph R. Matthews
of Kansas City, Ma, who will be
guests at the home of his brother-in-law
and sister. Dr. and Mrs. '
H. H. Olinger. The visitors have
been in Los Angeles and Yosemite
and will be here a week.
I Miss Ruby Hopf of New York
City, a former Salem resident, ii
arriving in the capital today for a
week's visit' at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Charlse C. Harris. Miss
Hopf is a noted doll designer for
the R and B Doll company in New
' York. . She1 lived here when a
young girt and will be visiting her
old school friends.
. Mrs. James Heltzel entrained
Saturday -for Denver, where she
will spend the month of July at
the home of her daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mr. Bruce Ham
by, former Portland residents.
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At a garden wedding on June 12 lit. and Mrs. William Loren Ready (Marllytin
Logan) exchanged their marriage vows. The bride is the daughier of )r.
and Mrs. Noble H. Logan of Oakland. CaliL In whose garden the ceremony took
place. The benedict is the son of Mr. and ; Mrs; Merlin W. Ready of Salem. The
newlyweds will live in Saratoga, CaliL (A: J. Edwards photo. Oakland i