The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 10, 1949, Page 8, Image 8

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Dr. and Mrs. Mayoard Shllfer
ami dafjghter, Julia, left Saturday
for a ten day motor trip south to
the Oregon Caves and Yosemite
National park.
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Zoutas to Picnic
The Salera Zonta club will meet
Thursday nijht at S30 for a no
host picnic at Miss Marine Bur
en's home. Rolling ilills Farm on
Glen Creek road.
Rotans cltob will meet at the
home of Mrp. Herbert Miller, Rt.
3, box 853, Monday evening at S
p. m. Mrs. Jack Brown win be
assistant hostess. Final plans will
be completed for National Rotana
convention U be held in Salem
July 22, 23 and 24.
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' at stove, tabU, on stand. Doubfo-
thoro blending-Kitchen Tested
Sdoods-CUi-Mix Ann -mixes better
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Plans for
Nuptials
Told
Continuing to announce plans
(or their weddings are the many
summer brides-elect. Miss Elsie
Cannon and Theodore Shinkle will
be married on Monday, July 18 at
the Kiiiht Memorial church. The
bride-to-be is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Owen Cannon and her
fiance is the son of the Solon S ran
kles. The ceremony, to which only
members of the immediate family
will witness, will be held In the
fireplace room at 7 o'clock, the
Rev. Louis White officiating. The
nuptials will be followed by a re
ception, to which additional guests
have been invited, in the church
parlors.
Mr. Cannon will give his daugh
ter in marriage and she has asked
her younger Sitter, Miss Dbrothy
Cannon, to be her hpnor maid. Dale
Bull will serve as best man for
Mr. Shinkle.
Cae-Seheidel
At an 8 o'clock ceremony on
Saturday, July 23 Miss Cleo Schei
del, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C
Scheidel, will become the bride of
Curtis C. Coe, on of Mr. and Mrs.
M. E. Coe. The nuptials will be
performed by Dr. Lloyd T. Ander
son at the First Baptist church at
8 o clock. Singing will be John
Schmidt, jr. and Miss Diane Riggs
and at the organ will be Mrs.
Schmidt. -
The bride, who will be given in
marriage by her father, will have
her sister, Mrs. Allen J. Hayek of
Cherokee, Iowa as her matron of
honor and bridesmaids will be
Mrs. Maurice E. Farrell of Med
ford, also a sister, and Miss Mar
gery Coe, the benedict's sister.
Douglas E. Coe will be his bro
ther's best man and groomsmen
will be Maurice E. Farrell and Lor
en Lottis. The reception wilt follow
In the church parlors.
Kawwer-Haery
The Emmanuel Mennonlte
church at Pratum will be the scene
of the mid -summer wedding of
Miss Josephine Haury, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Haury and
Lyle A. Knower, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Knower, on Fri
day, July 22 at 8:30 o'clock. The
Rev. Wilbert A. Regier will offi
ciate. Grover Welty will sing and
Mrs. Lewis Mitchell will be the
organist.
Miss Adeline Haury will be her
sister's maid of honor and brides
maids will be Miss Betty Gregg,
Mrs. Roy Herr and Mrs. Robert
Warren. Flower girls will be nie
ces of the benedict-elect, Carrol
Lou arid Shirley Kay Clarke. Mr.
Haury will give his daughter In
marriage.
Harvey Fox will serve as best
man for Mr. Knower and ushers
include Lloyd Crabb, Milton
Southwick, Phillip Jackson, How
ard Mader and Donald Rowland.
A reception will follow : la the
church parlors.
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Mr. ad Mrs. Heary
have returned from a fishing trip
to Paulina lake, where they join
ed Dr. and Mrs. James Sears, who
Miss Mary Clark, nation
al assdeiata director of
Christian Business and Pro
fessional Women and
Youth Home Missions will
speak in Salem Tuesday at
a dinner meeting.
Miss Clark to
Speak Tuesday
Miss Mary Clark, national asso
ciate director for the Christian
Business and Professional Women
will speak at the local club's din
ner meeting Tuesday at 6:15 at the
Golden Pheasant. Miss Clark, who
for years did missionary work in
the state of Maine, is now travel
ing throughout the United States
speaking to groups in the interests
of Youth Home Missions. In ad
dition to her talk at the dinner
meeting there will be special mu
sic by the Nyack Bible college
male quartet from New York.
Women from all denominations
are invited to attend this meeting.
Pastor's wives are especially in
vited. Reservations are to be phon
ed to 35223.
Miss Schissler
To Play Piano
Katherine Ichissler will present
a piano recital at Waller hall. Wil
lamette university campus, at 8:15
p. m. Wednesday, under the aus
pices of the Willamette univer
sity summer school series.
Miss Schisslei graduated from
the Willamette university college
of music 'in 1948. As an under
graduate student of Professor
Bennet Ludden she did brilliant
work in piano. During this time
she won for herself a wide repu
tation with Salem audiences for
her solo appearances, chamber
music performances and as ac
companist Outstanding among her
activities was her performance
with the Willamette university
Little Symphony orchestra as solo
ist in Mozart's C Major Piano
Concerto. While a student at Wil
lamette she held the Holman
are there at the lake fishing for
several weeks.
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scholarship and the?PtesserachaM
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of Mu Phi Epsiloa. honorary mu
sic sorority, ior wmcn organiza
tion she was president in 194S and
1947.
During the past year she has
been studying i . the University of
Michigan graduate school with
John Kollen toward the degree
of Master of Music in piano.
Her program will include
French Suite" No. 3 in B Minor;
Sonata K 570 in B Flat Major;
Sonata Op. 78 in G Major.
The public is cordially invited
to attend. There will be no ad
mission charge.
Miss Velora
Williams
To Wed
The Jason Lee Memorial Meth
odist church will be the setting for
the wedding this afternoon of Miss
Velora Venita Williams, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Williams,
and Gordon Morris, son of Mrs.
C. G. Morris of Cave Junction. The
Rev. S. Darlow Johnson of Pendle
ton, formerly of Salem, assisted
by Di. Louis C. Kirby. will per
form the 4 o'clock nuptials betore
a setting of pink and white sum
mer flowers.
Lighting the tapers will be Miss
Alice Mae Lovejoy and Lloyd
Lovejoy ot Albany. Singing will
be Mrs. Gordon Leonard, sister of;
the groom, and Mrs. John Lovejoy :
will be the organist.
Of white satin is the bridal
gown fashioned with a flounce on
the full skirt, which terminates in
train. The fitted bodice is made
with long sleeves and a sweetheart
neckline. Her lace edge illusion
veil will cascade from a lace cor
onet and she will carry a colonial
bouquet of white and pink flow
ers. Mr. Williams will give his
daughter in marriage.
Miss Betty Mann of Portland
will be the honor maid and her
gown is of mist blue nylon net and
she will wear matching mitts and
carry a pastel nosegay. Don
Schmidt will stand with the bene
dict as best man and ushers will
be Anton Postl of Monmouth.
Frank Lovejoy of Lebanon and
Lloyd Lovejoy.
Mrs. Williams has chosen a dus
ty rose gown for her daughter's
wedding and Mrs. Morris will wear
a navy blue ensemble for the cer
emony. Their corsages will be of
gardenias.
At the reception in the church
parlors Mrs. Melvin Johnson will
pour and cutting the bride's cake
will be Mrs. Harry O. Smith and
Mrs. John Smith of Cave Junc
tion, sisters of the groom. Mrs. Ma
nia Porter of Rose burg, also a sis
ter of the benedict, will serve the
groom's cake. Miss Helen Johnson
will pass the mints and assisting
will be Misses Mary Lois Cotton.
Margaret FoarytrivMrHa Pam
brun, Peggy ;GabrieVCherie Ross,
Alee Mae Lovejoy, , Ina Monroe,
Portland, Mrs. Aaron Dumbeck,
Mrs. Archie Gardner, Mrs. Donald
IJ. Judson and WrsTran Lore
joy.' ' '
The newlyweda will go to Yel
lowstone National park on their
honeymoon and for traveling the
bitte win don ft wool crepe
suit with black accessories and a
grey hat with watermelon pink
trim. After August 1 the couple
will be at home in Pendleton.
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