The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 03, 1949, Page 8, Image 8

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    Tha Statesman. Salem, Oregon, Sunday; July 3. 1949
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Bridal Attendants Named
For Summer Weddings
Mid end late summer weddings are proving as popular as the ever
popular menth of June for ceremonies. 'i' .
Planned for Sunday, July 10 is the wedding of Miss Dessa Lee
Holmes, daughter of Mr. and - Mrs. Everett Holmes, and Donald
Scheelar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Scheelar. The rites will be
performed si. aiark cvangeucai cnurgn ai futu ociock wiui ur.
Mark A. uetzenaaner oniciaung.
and William Fa wk will be the or
ganist, i: ri .
Taper lighters will be Miss
Nancy Burenand Mrs. James Du
val. The bride-elect, daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. Dewey F. Davis,
will be given in marriage by her
father. Mrs. Donald Breakey
(Pearl Mann), sister of the groom,
will be the honor matron and
Misses Jean. Hatfield and Ellen
Reynolds will be bridesmaids.
Daryl Willecke will serve as best
man for his former college room
mate at Oregon State college, and
ushers will be Walter sudd, Don
aid Breakey land Raymond Guth-
ner.The reception will be in the
church parlors.
Miss Gladys Quesseth will be the
soloist and Prof, Maurice Bren
cen the orgaaist.
Mrs. Donald. Sommer, the for
mer Jacqueline Torgerson, will be
the matron of honor and brides
maids will be Miss Delores Schu
rlmerick ot Portland and Miss
Shirley Lukins. Mr. Holmes will
give his daughter in marriage. Di
ane Smith of Portland wilt be
flower girl for her cousin. Elmer
Scheelar will serve as his bro
ther's best man. Lawrence Schee
lar and Bus Covalt will light the
tapers and Harold McCauley will
usher. i
Church Nuptials
i Miss Corinne Wade and Ridh
nrH Honnr Kuhn Will exchange
vows at an 8:30 o'clock ceremony ,T '11 Qi, tvk-i c
on Friday, July 15 at the First! LillQ. OlVIlb
were in the mail to the nuptials
the past week. Dr. Seth Hunting
ton will officiate and a reception
will follow the rites in the garden
at the Chi Omega sorority house.
Mrs. Stanley Kinne of Corvallis
and Miss Iibuise Lister of Portland
will light the candles. Mrs. Robert
Dawes (Jean Sechrist) will sing.
The bride-elect, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Tonning Wade,
will be given in marriage by her
father. She has asked Mrs. Harold
Gardner, the former Jeanne Gard
ner, to be her honor matron.
Bridesmaids will be Mrs. Reed
Vollstedt (Mary Ana Bollinger) of
Albany, Miss Patricia Viesko and
Mrs. John Spease of Corvallis.
James Meece, jr., of Portland;
will stand with the benedict-elect,
son of the Henry V. Kuhns of
Portland, as best man. Ushers in
clude Eugene Henderson of Baker,
Hayden Fisk, Edward Locke and
Fred Zwahlen, all of Portland.
To Wed in Garden
At a garden wedding on Sun
day, July 17 Miss Janice Lea My
ers will become the bride of Lloyd
Vernon Lewis of Eugene, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Lewis of
Merrill. The afternoon ceremony
will take place at "Terrace Farm,"
the Eola country home of the
bride-to-be's parents. Dr. and Mrs.
Burton A. Myers. Dr. Chester W.
Hamblin will perform the T
o'clock service.
Dr'. Myers will give his daugh
ter in marriage and she has asked
her twin sister. Miss Jeanne Ma
rie Myers, to be her honor attend
ant. Bridesmaids will be Mrs. Ger
al i M. Robison (Mary Parker)
at'd Mrs. Harold Gardner. The
flower girl will be Sharon Mc
N!1. Wilbur Haskins of Merrill
vitl serve as best man for Mr.
I.ewis. A reception on the terrace
eevi in the garden will immediate
ly follow the nuptials.
Miss Freres Tells Plans , .
St. Joseph's Catholic church
will be the setting for the wed
ding of Miss Phyllis Freres of
Stay ton,-daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
T. G. Freres and Marvin Good
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Goodman of Coquille, on Satis
rtay, Jqly 16 at 3 o'clock. Father
Gerald JLenahen will officiate and
Miss Ifdith Fairham will sing.
Wayne iMeusey will ba theJbrgan
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Mr. Freres will give his daugh
ter in marriage and she has asked
vMrs. Floyd Booze, jr., of Stay ton
to be her honor attendant. Brides
maids will be Mrs. John McNiven
of Central ia, the former Betsy
Lyop and Miss Sara A.nn Ohling.
both n Beta "ni sorority sisters
of the bride-elect. Her younger
sister. Carol Ann Freres, will be
the flowef girl. Henry Ercoline of
Slem will act as best man for
Mr: Goodman.
A reception at the Pi Beta Phi
house on State street will follow
the nuptials.
Bridal Party Named
Miss Carolyn Davis and Norman
E. Mann, who have set August 6
as their wedding day, are announ
cing members of their bridal par
ty. The ritual will be performed
at. the First Baptist church at 8
oYlock with Dr. Lloyd T. Ander
son officiating. Miss Beverly Ken
ney'and David Lawrence will sing
Is Married
St. Joseph's Catholic church was
the scene of an afternoon wedding
on Saturday! when Miss Lila Lee
Stevens, . daughter of Mrs. E. C
Smith and K. G. Stevens of Vista,
Calif., apd Curtis L. Bach, son of
Mrs. Joseph Bach and the late Mr.
Bach, were married. The Rev.
T. J. Bernards officiated at the one
o'clock nuptials.
The bride chose a floor length
white satin dress, fashioned with
a sweetheart . neckline and her il
lusion veil and tiara was enhan
ced with lace. She carried red ros
es centered with a white orchied
Mr. E. C. Smith gave the bride in
Miss Reva E. Stevens was maid
of honor and her gown was blue
net and she carried a nosegay of
white and pink flowers. Mrs. Jo
seph Bach, jr., was bridesmaid,
and wpre pink net. She carried a
nosegay of blue and pink flowers.
Joseph Bach, jr., was best man
and seating the guests was George
Bach. )l
Mrs. Smith chose for her daugh
ter's wedding an aqua dress, with
blue and pink accessories. Mrs.
Bach wore a black and white
dress and both had corsages of red
roses. i
The reception was held at the
Mayflower hall, with Mrs. Don
Marinsky cutting the cake, and
Mrs. Eva Bach, Janet Ennis, Reva
Stevens and Margaret Bach as
sisting. After a wedding trip to the bea
ches, the"" newlyweds will be at
home at 1710 N. Capitol street.
Vows- Exchanged
Marriage 1 vows were exchanged
by Mrs. Minnie G. Hartzell, of
1347 Ferry street, Salem, and John
S. Harper, '1363 Court street, Sa
lem, at 10:30 Thursday morning,
June 30 at : the Jason Lee Metho
dist parsonage.
Mrs; Irene Payne, daughter of
the bride, iwas matron of honor,
and best man was Robert M. Har
per, son of the groom. Guests were
members of the immediate family.
The ceremony was performed
by Dr; Louis C. Kirby. and Mrs.
Elsie Bell sang.
The bride was dressed in a navy
blue suit, orchid corsage and mat-
A wedding breakfast was held
at the Golden Pheasant, followed
by a Wedding trip to coast points.
The newlyweds will be at home to
their friends after July 15 at 1363
Court street.
Miss Georgia Baldwin of Ex
celsior Springs, Mo., is visiting
ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
Baldwin and her sisters, Mrs. R.
R. Berkley and Mrs. E. H. Cra
vens and family. She came to be
here for the celebration of the
68th wedding anniversary of her
parents, and the 89th birthday of
her father; on July 4.
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Mrs. Carl ;Eugene Smith, who was Patricia Ann Brown
before hex marriage on June 18 at St. Luke's Catholic church
in Woodbum. The bride is the daughter of the William A.
Brown3 of Aurora arid" the groom's parents are the Carl J.
Smiths o St Paul. The couple will live in St Paul (Jesten
Miller). j ' I
Miss; Carda
A Bride
At a nine o'clock nuptial mass
Saturday morninj at St. Joseph's
Catholic church i Miss Virginia
Carda, daughter 0f Mr. and Mrs.
Ray P. Carda, became the bride
of Donald Meithof, son of Mrs.
Marie Meithof and John Meithof.
Father T. J. Bernards performed
the ceremony. j
The bride, who was given in
marriage by heri father, wore a
pink gabardine suit with navy blue
accessories and she carried a white
prayer book marked with a white
orchid. I
Miss Doris Meithof was the hon
or maid and wore a turf tan suit
with white accessories and carried
a nosegay of sweetpeas. Benedict
Braun stood with tha groom as
best man.
Mrs. Carda attended her daugh
tef'sXweddirig in a navy blue suit
with white: accessories and Mrs.
Meithof chose a brown tailleur
with white accessories. Their cor
sages were of gardenias.
The wedding reception was held
at the home of the groom's-mother
on South Cottage street. Mrs.
Jeff Borter cut the cake and Mrs.
Jack Reimahn presided at the cof
fee urn. Mrs. Kenneth Keyte was
at the punch bowl.
After a honeymoon trip the new
lyweds will be at home in Salem
at 557 N. 21st street
HoBrettes, with Jrs. Melvin Pillettt,
ziuo norm oin irei.
BPW board and eommitte chairmen
meeting with Mrs. John versieeg, route
6. buffet supper 6:3U p.m.
Trip Planned
Planning an interesting, three
months motor trip cross-country
are Mr. and Mrs. Eric Bergman,
who are leaving today.
A feature of their trip will be
the comparing of the Salem cities
in other states to Salem, Oregon.
The Salems they plan to visit are
in Utah, Missouri, Illinois, where
there also is a New Salem, Indi
ana, West Virginia, Virginia, New
Jersey, Massachusetts, New York,
Ohio and South Dakota.
The Bergmans will visit with
relatives and friends in Muscatino,
Iowa, St. Louis, Kansas City, Hy
attsville, Maryland, Middletown,
New York, Boston, Niagara Falls,
Detroit, Wisconsin, MinneapoVs
and Grand Rapids. Their first stop
will be at Aspen, Colorado, where
they will attend the 200th anni
versary of the birth of Goethe,
German philosopher.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cour art In
Seattle for the holiday weekend
visiting relatives and with Mr. and
Mrs. Eldon Barrett, formerly of
Now Mrs.
Pink and white summer flowers
banked the altar of the First Con
gregational church Saturday night
for the wedding of Miss Barbara
Jean" KenL daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Rolld D. Kent, and Jacob
Janzen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
D. Janzen or Dallas. Dr. ieui
Huntinrton officiated at the o
o'clock nuptials. Miss Lena Jan
zen of Dallas, cousin of the groom.
sang and Jean Hobson Rich was
the organist. Lighting the tapers
were Miss Dona Henderson and
Miss Roberta Keefer.
Of ivory slipper satin was the
bride's gown, fashioned with train
and peplum. The fitted bodice was
designed with a cuff edged in lace.
Her fingertip illusion veil cascad
ed from a crown of net and flow
ers. She carried roses centered
with an orchid. Mr. Kent gave his
daughter in marriage.
Mrs. Frank E. Imper of Oswego
was matron of honcr and wore or
chid taffeta. Bridesmaids were
Mrs.Lyle Atkinson of Newport,
the bride's cousin, who wore yel
low, Mrs. Blame T. Hanks in blue
and Mrs. Montie McCargar. in
pink. The frocks were all fash
ioned identical with gathered skirts
and 'bertha collars. They wore
flower bandeaux in their hair and
carried pastel nosegays.
Alan B. Kent was bis brother's
best man -and ushers were Clar
ence Derksen, Francis Romig and
Edward Janzen of Dallas.'
Mrs. Kent chose a navy blue
ensemble with white accessories
for her daughter's wedding and
Mrs. Ja&zen wore a flowered print
with white accessories. Their cor
sages were of roses.
At the reception in the fireplace
room Mrs. James Gorton of Wood
burn cut the cake and Miss Irene
Lough served the groom's cake.
Miss Kathryn Haskins and Miss
Ella Janzen of Dallas poured. As
sisting were Miss Barbara Keener
of Wood burn, Miss Patricia Kent
of Newport, Miss Catherine Coo
per, Miss Marjory Smith of Ma
pleton and Mrs. Harry Poole.
When the couple left on their
wedding trip to Yellowstone Na
tional park the bride donned a
burgundy suit with white access
ories. The new Mr. and Mrs. Jan
zen will live in West Salem.
Hostesses to
Fete Visitor
For the pleasure of Mrs. John
Trost, who . is visiting here with
her daughter, Lynn, from Roches
ter, Minn- at the home of her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Wing, is the lunch
eon which Mrs. Edward Williams
and Mrs. Harold O. Schneider are
arranging for Friday afternoon.
Guests have been bidden to a one
o'clock luncheon at Silver Falls
lodge with bridge to be .in play
Covers will be placed for Mrs.
Trost, Mrs. Wiffg, Mrs. Horace Mc
Gee, Mrs. Maynard Sniffer, Mrs.
M. E. Knickerbocker, Mrs. Antho
ny J. Becker, Mrs. Lawrence Ball
mer, Mrs. Jacob Foos, Mrs. Jack
Doerk, Mrs. Roger Hoy, Mrs. Lee
Thomas, Mrs. Lewis Clark, Mrs,
Williams and Mrs. Schneider,
but . . Happy Birthdayl Uncle Sam's,
this! is. and you may do your share .to make
it ces safe and sane as a Fourth can be in
these days of hurrying to get nowhere so we
cars start back in a hurry.
iTasaSlj party . . . When Mrs. Wendell
Webb, Jeryme ' English and Maxine Buren
stood irV the door of the Judge Brand nerve
Thiirsday. waiting to be introduced to the
receiving fine by Mrs. ,C. A. Sprague, a boy
came running up the steps and said bright
ly, "Collect' for The Statesman, lady?"
Little cut -up ..." Somebody's always
inventing something and we have an inven
tion for some smat stocking manufacturers
to hear about. We propose that women's
hose be made In three stories, dividef by a
row of something akin to hemstitching, so
the short purchaser can just' cut the sacking
off to the correct length. Qever, ain't t1 Al
ways watching out for the shorties, jj
To remember . . . We hepi theg Mar
ion county will' take a tip from Multjjhornah
and consider a permanent place to pbst the
names of the county's war dead. Oif pres
ent signboard is inadequate as q ; permanent .
reminder, and certainly should be replaced.
Make way lor progress . . .Wht's be
come of the reliable old hook and eyjb? Zip-,
pers seem to completely dominate thip field.
... Maxintf Buren
T0 4PYCLE ELKOPE . . . with
knapsacks and packable clotpes
. . kill be Mrs. Oliver B. Hus
ton arid, her two younger daugh
ters, rfarriet and Virginia . . .
They Set out the end of this week
on the first lap ol tneir live monuu
trip . 1. . They have acquired ful
ly equipped English bicycles and
their knapsacks are packed with
just thje bare minimum of clothing,
light, ion-wrinkle and quick dry
ing, as they win oe traveling w
bicycles over country roads and
staying primarily at youth hostels
. . . They will sail from Vancou
ver, Bs C, on a cargo ship, which
takes them down the coast mak
ing stops in San Francisco and Los
Angeles . . . then through the
Panama canal and across the .At
lantic,; arriving on the continent
in mid-August . . . They will
bicycle through England, up to
Scotland ... then over to Hol
land, Belgium, Luxembourg,
Switzerland and into France . . .
In Paris they will check their cy
cles and go by train to Italy . . .
Their longest stops will be in Lon
don, where they will, sightsee for
seven days and in Paris, where
they will be for the last two weeks
of their trip before embarking for
the-states ... From Rotterdam
they will sail for New York on
November 23 coming home by way
of Montreal and arriving in Sa
lem just before Christmas . . . .
If the three Houstons are having
sleepless nights, we wouldn't balme
them with such an exciting trip
BRIDAL TEA ... on Thursday
for Marylou McKay and Margar
et Cooley. who will be married
this summer. . . when Mrs. James
T. Brand and Mrs. Charles A.
Sprague entertained at "the form
er's home ... A large group of
guests calling to honor the two
popular maids . . . Many pretty
sumsaer prints and cottons noted
and much buzzing conversation
and helloes ... at the first big
tea party of the season . . . Mary
lou in a becoming two-toned grey
linen with buttons adorning the
V neckline and inserted belt in
shades of chartreuse . . . Mar
garet in a pretty ice blue organdy
frock with eyelet insertion and
pink opera pumps . . both girls
wearing their corsages of baby gla
dioluses and bouvardia at the
waistline . . . ,
At the door . . . first Mrs. Ro
bert W. Gormsen In a cool-looking,
white pique . . . and Mrs. Ri-
chard L. Cooley in a chic lime
sgreeh check organdy frock over a
green slip ...The decor...
Gorgeous bouquets of magnolias
. . . he on the piano and the oth
er on the buffet ... mixed sum
mer flowers in a large vase on
the floor before the fireplace . ...
A bridal . bouquet of pink- roses,
snapdragons and baby breath cen
tered the tea table . . . Attract
ing much attention and comment
in the dining room was the clever
arrangement of plates on the ceil
ing, which took Mrs. Brand, ably
assisted by Mrs. Chester Cox,
many hours to hang j.' . . but the
hostess informed us they were fas
tened securely and none need fear
of their corning down . . . The
beautiful plates were brought from
Germany by Mrs. Brand, a num
ber of them Meissen china .. . .
A toting . . .. A group of young
friends of the honor guests serv
ing in the dining room . . . Kay
Karnopp in a turqouise linen, down
from Portland . . . Valda Wold of
Vancouver, Wash. . . , Jean Maul
ding of Tillamook . . . Mrs. Rich
ard Green, of Corvallia . . . Mrs.
George C. Alexander of Eugene,
wearing white . . . and her sister-in-law,
Charlotte Alexander in
orchid linen . , .
- Araonr those present ...The
Steusloff sisters choosing white
. . . Dprathea's blouse- of a mag
nolia design . . . and Mrs. Freder
ick Chambers combining- black
with the white . .. Mrs. Ronald
Jones stunning in an all over roy
al blue print dress and white straw
wreathed in blue flowers . . .
Smart mother-daughter duo . .
Mrs. Henry V. Compton in navy
blue with grey hat . . and Mrs.
Stuart Compton in a good-looking
orchid and burgundy print with
orchid linen jacket . , . her navy
straw adorned with a blue maline
pouff . . . Mrs. Hollis Huntingtdh
and Crystal . . . Mrs. Lester Barr
and Sally, who is home for the
summer . . . Smart black and
white print ensembles for Mrs.
William McGilchrist, jr. and Mrs.
Frederick Lamport . . . Mrs. E. J,
Scellars in grey with purple straw
. . . Perky was Mrs. C. B. Mc
Cullough's mauve pink straw with
roses atop ...
NUPTIAL N O T ES . . . Pretty,
blonde Elizabeth Nelson a state
ly bride when she became Mrs.
Scott Adams, a week ago at St
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Paul's . . . Apparently both verjr
calm and their voices heard clear
ly at the back of the church when
repeating their vo w s; . . . T h
newlyweds so gracious jat the re
ception held at the parish house
. . . a special greeting to each
guest . . . Elizabeth and Scott en
joying every minute . I. . staying
on until their guests hd depart
ed and eating cake ind coffee
with their parcntl . . 4
The bride's table . L .' an ice
green satin cloth . . . jthe tiered
cake iced in white' andgreen . .
branch silvel candelabras "center
ed with white sweetpeas . . .A
number of the couple's collega
friends here for the occasion . . .
Assisting . . . the new f Mrs. Don
ald Preiss (Jane Actoq), a bride
of a week . . . Marjorie Tate, a
Tri Delt sorority sister o the bride,
in sky blue taffeta . . i Elizabeth
Basler ot Portland in pink . . she
will be teaching in Cool Bay coma
fall . . . The groom's younger sis
ter, Carol Adams, passing nuts - . .
The George Nelson, Juniors up
from Klamath rails for his sister's
wedding . . .Two of the ushers
busy dashing about all evening . . .
good-looking Bob Steeves and Jack
Nelson, the bride's younger bro
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On Tuesday
The Spinsters vill meet Tues
day night at 8 o'clock at the Orch
ard Heights home of I Miss June
Young and Miss Mariajnn Croisan
and Miss Margaret Copley assist
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Plans for the group's: basket so
cial square dancing prty at the
Salem Golf club n Fiday-night,
July 8 will be completed. Charles
Barclay will be the ! auctioneer
and Neil Brown- wil call the
square dances. AU Spifesters, their
husbands and guests are invited to
attend the 6:30 o'clock fair. Miss
Margaret Lovell vick-president,
heads the directorate.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Bishop
and Miss Amy Marielsjleft Satur
day for Port Angeles afid Victoria.
B. C, and will rturnby way of
the Olympic peninsula and down
the coast route to Seaside, where
they will visit the Bishop's son--in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry E. Ashfordi They plan to be
away several weeks.
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