The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 10, 1949, Page 10, Image 10

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    IE Tb9 Statamaq. SoJem Oregon: Sunday. Iv&Y 1 Or 1943
Miss Holmes
Bride of.
Today
Miss Doxa Lee. Holmes will re
ceive her wedding circlet from
Donald F. Scheelar this afternoon
at a ceremony to be performed at
4 30 o'clock at St. Mark Evangel
ical Lu&oran church. The tall,
blonde LriJo is the daughter of Mr.
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HELENA RUBI N ST E I N
big 14 ot.
and Mrs. Everett Holme and the
bridegroom' parent are Mr. and
Mrs. Laurence Scheelar.
Bouquet $ of white gladioluset
and green flanked by tall, white
tapers will provide the setting for
the nuptials at which Dr. Mark A.
Getzendaner will officiate. Miss
Gladys Quesseth will sing and
Prof. Maurice Brenen will be the
organist f
Preceding the bride-to the altar
will bit Miss Dee Lores Schulmer
lck and Miss Shirley Lukins as
bridesmaids, and Mrs. Donald
Sommer, the former Jacqueline
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Torgerson, as the matron ef hon
or. Their dresses are of nile green
marquisette fashioned with tuck
ed bodices and taffeta sashe form
ing slight bustles In back and full
skirts. They will wear matching
lace mitts and carry French col
onial bouquets of white Margaret
te daisies. In their hair will be
halos of the daisies. Walking im
mediately before the attendants
will be Diane Smith, cousin of
the bride, whose dress is of white
organdy made identical , to the
bridesmaids.
For her wedding the bride has
chosen a white slipper satin gown
designed with long sleeves and
court train. The bodice is enhan
ced with a marquisette yoke with
French piping at theajigh, round
neckline and a scalloped bertha
collar. The scalloping is repeated
on the peplum which forms a bus
tle bow in back. Her fingertip il
lusion veil is caught to a corded
cap adorned with orange blos
soms. She will carry a white Bible
topped with a white orchid with
a shower of stephanotis. Mr.
Holmes will give his daughter in
marriage.
Attend the Groom
Elmer Scheelar will stand with
his brother as best? man and seat
ing the guests will be Joseph Hea
ly, Robert Strebig. Donald Far
num and Harold McCanley.
For her daughter's wedding Mrs.
Holmes has selected a two-piece
aqua faille dress with sand wood
accessories and an orchid corsage.
Mrs. Scheelar will attend her son's
marriage in a navy blue sheer
dress with navy and white acces
sories and an orchid corsage.
The couple will . greet their
guests at a reception in the church
parlors. Mrs. Arnold Olson will
pour coffee and Mrs. Ralph John
son will preside at the punch bowl.
rs. A, J. Torgerson and Mrs.
A. Sholseth will cut the cake.
Mrs. Oscar Liudahl and Mrs. C. E.
Jaqua will be in charge of the din
ing room. Assisting will be the
Misses Phyllis Schnell, Janet Ri
lea, Donna Liudahl, Barbara Mi
loney, Portland, Joan O'Keefe of
Silver Lake, Mary Ann Smith and
Betty Lou Sommer. Portland, Pa
tricia Ann Jones, Hood River, "Mrs.
Weston LaMunyon (Shirley Liu
dahl of Bruning, Nebraska and
Mrs. James R. Kern of Albany.
After a honeymoon trip along
the Oregon coast the couple will
be at home in Salem. For going
away the bride will wear a pearl
grey summer suit fashioned with
Community Project
Ashland's Shakespearean Festival
Attracts Attention of Oreaonians
ASHLAND, Ore. This small Siskiyou mountain town enter
tained 20,000 visitors during its traditional Fourth of July celebra
tion and is now preparing for the main event of the summer the
annual Shakespearean Festival, August 2 to 24.
Ashland is the only community
in the country whihe boasts an op
erating Elizabethan theater organ
ization. While student actors from
ten states are rehearsing for the
August 2 opening, the technical
details of the program are being
directed by a large corps of vol-
job
only
Pre-Nuptial Entertaining for
Summer Brides-Elect
Entertaining centers around the summer "brides-elect with many
parties planned in their honor. Miss Margaret Jane Cooley's social
calendar is filled with several pre-nuptial parties In the next few
weeks. Her marriage to John Maulding of Tillamook will be an
event of August 6 at St. Paul's Episcopal church. Monday afternoon
Mrs. Floyd W. Shepard and Mrs. William McGilchrist, jfi, will be
hostesses for a luncheon at tne
Shepard home for Miss Cooley
with a group of their North Sum
mer street neighbors bidden to the
affair.
Mrs. W. I. Needham, Mrs. . J.
See liars and Mrs. U. Scott Page
will entertain at luncheon Tues
day afternoon at Silver Falls
lodge for the pleasure of the
bride-elect Covers will be placed
for 25 and bridal shower will
fete the honor guests,
S hewer Fer Engaged Dse
Miss Cooley and her fiance,
John Maulding. will be honored at
dinner Friday night when Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred A. Schramm enter
tain at their summer place on the
Little North Fork of the Santiam
with members of their bridge cldb
bidden to the affair. The men will
honor the engaged duo with a
shower. Covers will be placed for
Miss Cooley, Mr. Maulding, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph H. Cooley, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles A. Sprague,
Judge and Mrs. James T. Brand,
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Scellara. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry V. Collins and
Mr. and Mrs. Schramm.
Invitations were in the mail this
weekend to a tea for which Mrs.
David Eason and Mrs. George
Rossman will be hostesses on July
19 at the former's home tin South
Church street in compliment to
Miss Cooley and Miss Phyllis
Schnell, September bride-elect of
Robert Strebig. Calling hours are
from S to 5:30 o'clock.
Te Honor Miss Hjort
Miss Marilyn Hjort, who will be
married in September to Raymond
H.; Crumme of Berkeley, will be
honored at a pre-nuptial party
Tuesday night whenv Mrs. John J.
Moritz and her daughter. Miss
Peggy Moritz, entertain at their
Market street home. Guests have
been bidden- to a 7 o'clock buffet
supper and kitchen shower with
an informal evening following.
Bidden to honor Miss Hjort are
her mother, Mrs. Hal Hjort, Mrs.
box jacket and kelly green acces
sories. unteer Ashland workers.
Marshall Woodell, dean of men
at Southern Oregon college, is
treasurer. Tha manager of one oJ
the town s largest sawmills, John
Cotton, is chairman of the build
ing committee which this year is
concentrating on construction of
cement terraces for the audience
seating area. Attorney Harry
Skerry, secretary of the associa
tion, is contacting celebrities for
opening night festivities and an
swering hundreds of inquiries
from play - goers. Properties and
stage equipment is in charge of
a committee headed by Otto
Wilda, professor of art at South
ern Oregon.
, Ashland residents are pfoud of
their Elizabethan theater, for It
is the only authentic replica of
the famous Globe stage of Shake
speare's day in use as a commu
nity activity. Located in the shell
of the old Chautauqua building,
the audience sits under the stars
and watches the plays produced
exactly as the Bard saw them in
his day.
Special Elizabethan pageantry
is being, planned during the Aug
ust 2 to 24 festival season in beau
tiful 103-acre Lithia park. Cere
monies will be held in the new
$25,000 Butler Memorial band
shell with the color of period cos
tumes accented by a backdrop of
evergreens and snow - capped
Mount Ashland.
Five plays will be produced in
repertoire this season so that vis
itors may see the entire program
in five evenings, or at the most,
six. "Romeo and Juliet" will open
the program, followed by the se
cond of the historial sequence,
"Richard II:" A troupe of young
sters will assist in the presenta
tion of the fanciful "Midsummer
Night's Dream." and a revival of
the successful showing of "Othel
lo" will be seen. The program will
be completed with "The Taming
of the Shrew."
As
Advertised in LIFE
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Sound coostrwetioa' SMiresI
friendly foot co fort fa sur
Cteas "flaya-Toai". They
Qiv KltW Cat plenty of fr-J
dorn combined with genHa, iafa
. sttpport. In Coif, tize 3-, oad.
Eik, site 44-12.
Harold Gardner -Mrs. Gerald M.
Robuon, Mrs. William Dunn of
Woodburn, Mrs, Lloyd Brough of
St. Helens, Mrs. Robert Siddoway
of 'Portland, Misses Jeai ne and
Janice Myers, Margaret -Jane Em
mons. Sara Ann u ruing, Anna
Hager, Evelyn : HiiDker, Grace
Shields and Sally Ann Barr.
Lancbeon For Bridal Party.
Miss Janice Myers will enter
tain at luncheon on Saturday at
"Terrace Farm" the Eola home of
her parents. Dr. and Mrs. Burton
A. Myers, in compliment to the
feminine members of her bridal
party and the girls assisting at the
reception. The affair will follow
the wedding rehearsal Saturday
morning at 11 o'clock. The marri
age of Miss Myers and Lloyd Lew
is will take place next Sunday
afternoon in the garden at Terrace
Farm.
Board and
Chairmen
Announced
Miss Elise Schroeder, president
of the Jalem branch, American As
sociation of University Women, has
announced members of her execu
tive board and committee chair
men for the ensuing year.
Serving with Miss Schroeder on
the board will be Mrs. Ervin W.
Potter, vice-president; Mrs. Gor
don A. Krueger, secretary; Miss
Constance D. Weinman, treasurer,
Mrs. Albert A. Cohen, chairman.
Mrs. Tom Wolgamott and Mrs.
Charles Layport, i student loan com
mittee.
Committee chairmen as appoint
ed by the president are as follows:
Mrs. Maurice KJ'McCann, art; Mrs.
John H. Hann. bulletin: Mrs. Wal
do O. Mills, decorations; Mrs. P. L.
Calvert, education; Mrs. W. F. Mc
Bee, fellowship; Mrs. Guy Hick
ok, historian; Mrs. H. Gordon Carl,
jr., hospitality; Mrs. John O. f5ur
cham. international relations; Mrs.
Ridgley C. Miller, legislative; Miss
Mabel P. Robertson, membership;
Miss Mildred Christenson, pro
gram; Mrs. Mary Thomas, publi
city; and Mrs. Reginald S. Wil
liams, social studies.
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Chadwrck chapter OE3, annual rHr
ale. Dallas park 1 p.m. Dakota picnic.
Jantaea Beaca, nooa.
MOM DAT
ftotana dub. I p m. with Mrs Her
bert Miller. rout s. box 9S1.
Manoa aujcilury, VTW. initiation.
VFW haU. S pju.
WEDNESDAY
Royal Neighbors Sewing ctuh meet
for corerad dtah hmcheoo. with Mi
Charles South. (29 ftorut Winter t..
uid 0C il
Recent visitors at the home ef
Mr. and Mrs. Milo JL Taylor have
been her brother-in-law and sis
ter, Mr. and Mrs. C H. Morris of
Carroll, Nebraska. The travelers
also visited here with hiscousins,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brazie. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris are returning
home via the northern route, hav
ing come west by way of Mexico
and California.
Faatmaster and Mrs. Albert C.
Gragg are leaving Monday for
Coos Bay to attend the state .post
masters convention Tuesday
through Thursday. They plan to
return home on Saturday.
Jefferson Family
Moves to Albany
JETTERSO-V The W. G. Shef
field family has moved to Albany
where Sheffield works in a saw
mill. They are located at 3680
Diane avenue. j
Junior Wickersham is in Albany
General hospital, ill with a throat .
infection. He will be there for J
several days for observation and ,
treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. John ChUholm. ''
Maralee and John, jr., of Med- j
ford, visited their parents, Mr. ;
and Mrs. Frank Jones, over the
Fourth. Maralee remained with ,
her grandparents for the summer ;
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cochran are
expected home Friday from Bon- '
ners Ferry. Idaho, where they
have been visiting since the 4th
week end.
The John Doyles and Mrs.!
Doyles' sister. Virginia Mason, ;
who has been visiting them on ;
their Reno, ;Nev., ranch, arrived j
this week. : bringing Miss Mason
home and j visiting Mrs. Doyle's
mother, Mrs. George C. Maon.
Silver-ton Guard Rifle
Range Open to Public
SILVERTON Rifle range of
headquarters company, Oregon
national , guard, in Small's Can
yon, one mile south of Silverton.
will be open to civilians Sunday.
Hunters and others are invited to
try out their favorite hunting
rifles during the day on "deer
targets." The range is considered
one of the best in the state and
the only one -of its .kind in this
area.
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Schools Fill
Faculty Roster
At Silverton
SILVERTOK For the first
time in several years, the Silver
ton school faculty roster was fil
led by the time of the annual
meeting Wednesday.. A. D.' An
derson, superintendent of schools
and clerk, reported that there
were no vacancies and "every
thing is in pretty good shape."
The board re-elected Lloyd
Larsen as its chairman. Other
than voting to lay some tile on
the concrete basement floor, only
routine matters were cared for by
the board.
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even the appearance of deafness.
The makers of Beltone. Dept. 40,
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they will gladly; send you their
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privacy of your own home .with
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