The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 11, 1956, Page 6, Image 6

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6-(Sec. I) Statesman, Salem, Ore., Tue., Sept. 11, '56
j,' -PARTIES . ', , . for the college
, .;ontingent are oa the agenda this
;eek prior ta their departure for
vchooU in Oregon and out-of-state
; I;. , , . Ob Wednesday afternoon
' ;.Mr Stewart Johnson it enter
' .;taining with an informal au re-
.;Vjnr tea at her Fairmount Hill
Ihome for the pleasure of Miss
Eli'abeth Walton, daughter of the.
.'James waiions. wno enrolls tor
, her freshman year at the "niver
" ait. of Oregon this fan ... A
(roup of Elisabeth's neighborhood
friends have, been invited to call
i j' m'i Kstrinka Johnson, daughter
-,-pf lbs hostess, will greet guests
the door . . . Mrs. James Wal
;! ton will preside at the tea urn
ana assisting iniormaiiy win oe
5; the Misses Linda Davis, Sally
J and Susan Merrill, Plum and Rox-
). anna Brown and Coleen welch...
' A slumber party . . ., . Is m
Wcdaetday night's calendar whea
: v. i i rt- uiu .. -
- waaum mJ mmm i" uw.
: Crier eatertala at the Caadalaria
Heights aam at the farmer's
: parents, the WIMard Days . . . The
-'. hostesses have Invited a gives af
their eallege. friend, wha wUl he
! CBterinf their frethmaa year at
Oregta, OregM 8tat and WUUm-
ett., ta the ( e'etock party . . la
ta. awralaf Breakfast - win be
aerra by tha yeaag basttsses
Bidden ... te the an revoir
; get-together are the Mixsea Bar-
Dara Eonilace. Lesley uine. Bon-
. nie Starr, Connie Thome, Karlene
. Quistad, Unda Davis. Jeanic Lan-
kins, Sally Merrill. Yvonne Pool,
Elisabeth Walton. Nancv Snider.
5? Laura Lee Grimmett, Jean Klein-
? kc. Pat Whelan. Mary Jane Wait,
'"'Ada Hartman, SaU White, Janice
Roseler. Georgia Keortge, Jenni-
ler dercomoe ana rasa saysoi . , .
X A eeftea hostess . . . . this
tMarnlag will be Mrs. Glade Fol
MH. was Is eatertalalnf at her led
?Cart heme far ' tha pleasare at
".Mrs. Arthar Myers, wife af the
;ea assistant Salem achaal saaer-
-laleadeat . . Wires at the ele
mentary' srhaol "principals have
Ibeea lavlled to eaU at It o'clock
Is greet Mrs. Meyers . . . . Mrs,
Waller Beck win assist the hastess
.Informally . . .
A welcome home . ". . . party
Ifted Dr. Gale Currey and Dr.
.'Marion Morange Sunday evening
hen Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Williams
entertained at their - Candalaria
'home on Granada War,.,. . Dr.
; Currey returned a week ago from
a aummer in England and Dr.
forange conducted a ; student
Itfroup to' Europe, with moat of
Iheir tuna spent in Franca ; . '. A
Jrtoup of the honor guests' Wil
lamette University faculty mends
era Invited to tha dessert supper
; I'i-y . v
V A new nelghbar .... was wd
asa4 a a caffe Me4ar snora-
- U sk.. Mmm . Willi.-.. ., mmm-
tataee at her hama . .". Tha haaar
gaeat was Mrs. Jetaa Lea,1 wha
recently moved here Iran Mill
City with her hatbaaw and five
eallifr ' . . Tkv fcave aMirehaeeel
the E. A. AUehanthaaaa aa Cra- Cedar Rapids
asda Way . . . Mrs. Williams la
thed a traaa at aeiahberheed
frleada ta tree'. Mrs.' Lee .......
A aw bast, la ae h ea a . . . .
honored Mrs. Carl A, Burkland,
visitor in the capital, ea Monday
at Lipman's Cherry Room, when
members of her former bridge
club entertained . . . Mrs. Burk
land, who formerly resided here.
is now making her borne in Sics
mous, British Columbia ... she
was accompanied to Salem by her
daughter, Diane, who will enroll
for her senior year at Willamette
University, and son PhlL wha re
turns to Stanford, where he will
be a sophomore . . . Honoring
Mrs. Burkland were Mrs. Charles
D. Wood, Mrs. Robert p. Gregg.
Mrs. Urlia S. Page, Mrs. Arthur
Ericsson, . Mrs. P. . H. Brydon.
Mrs. Mark Astrup, Mrs. Vera
Shay, Mrs. Vern W. Miller and
Mrs. Charles Clarke . . .
i A sarprtse . . . , beasewarmiag
feted Mr. aad Mrs. Erie Kelte aa
Saaaay whea a greep af their
farmer Santa High Street neigh
bors called at their aew eaaatry
home ea East Cealer street . . .
A aa , hast a teste diaaer was
served dartag the aiteraeea ...
Galherlag .... at the Salem
Heights home of Dr. and Mrs.
Robert T. Boals on Sunday vere
members of her bridge club and
their husbands ... the occasion
was the club's annual no host
picnic , . . '
A trip seata .... far Mr. and
Mrs. EUls F. Van Esehea. who
retaraed this ' weekeaa) frasa Saa
rraadata aad Las Angeles
They went aeath ta say aa revatr
to their saa. EDM Vaa Esehea Jr
wha left the ead af Aagast by
plane far. Germaay ... he will
stady far his dectorata la mathe
matics at Geerf Aagast Valver
slty at Gattingen . . . atfj achaal
hegias la November Ellis will at-
toad a laagaage aasUtata at Ma-
nlch far eight weeks . . . Be
eampleted wark la his maater's
degrea at Staaferd Valveralty la
Jaaa . . . Freaa Saa Fraactsea
Mr. aad. Mrs. .Yea Eschew weat
aa to Lea Aagelea -to attend the
aatleaal Anserleaa Leglaa eaavea-
East banad . . . today are Dean
and Mrs. Robert D. Gregg . . .
Dean Gregg will attend meetings
in Washington, D.C., and his wife
will visit with relatives in Maine
and Vermont . . .
Vacattaalae- Victoria,
S.C at the Esapreas Batat last
week were DavM W. Eyre.
daaghter, Mrs. Stfwrrt Jahaian,
aa her daaghter. Katriaka .
Mr. aad Mrs. Everett Weed and
daafhters. ' Gloria aad' Deaaella.
are heme fram a vacatle to Se-
Vlctorla. aad Vaaeawver,
they also atteadedl tha f ,
cMle Natlaaal Exnosltloa walla as
Vaacaaver .
Aa lewa vaeatlaa . ', . . for
Mrs. Max R. Flohrer. who has
returned from visiting her brother-
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Graver in Burlington, and
her brothers, the Glen ana Clay
ton Whitmarsh families, at Mt.
Pleasant and Denmark . . . While
in Iowa she attended the wedding
of a nephew, Duane Whitmarsh of
he had Just
returned from a year in Germany
with the U. S. Army . . ,
The MBcheaa acaedaled far
September 11 by Trinity Chapter,
OES has been cancelled. Tickets
already purchased will be refund
ed. , , , .
Gub Calendar
' - ' TI'ISOAT
Cbadwlck Chupl.r. OES Badal
Club. Muonic , Tmpi, 1:1S lunch
Kin. .
Marlon Lela Norrti Weileytn Berv.
Ir Guild with Mr. Ceorgt Hall, 24M
B. Church St.. 7:tt p.m.
Amirlrin War Mothers. Carrier
Boom, Flrit Mrlhodlit Church, I p.m.
Leslie MethodUt WSCS meat at
church, 1:15 damn.
Chapel Scener
Of Saturday
MT. ANGEL The little Pfl.
grimage Chapel at Crooked Finger
bright with blue and white and gold
flowers, was the setting for the
wedding of Miss Helen Groshong,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Groshong, and Timothy Fennlmore,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Fennl
more of Scotts Mills, Saturday,
September I, at I o clock.
Father Hildebrand Melchoir of
Mt. Angel read the double ring
vows and officiated at the nuptial
high Mass. Altar boys were David
Worley and Joseph Helvey. Mrs.
John Plas played the organ and
tha Holy Rosary choir sang.
The bride wore a nylon net over
taffeta, waits length gown with
close-fitting dropped bodice of em
broidered net flacked with silver.
Nylon niching edged the square
neck, brief sleeves and hipline
bodice extending into the boaffant
skirt in deep' petal points. The
folds of the tulle fingertip veil
fell from a scalloped crown of
pearls and she carried a white
orchid with stephanotii atop a
white prayer book.
Precede the Bride
Miss Elaine Worley of Mt. Angel
was maid of honor. She wore a
blue-gray street length dress of
polished cotton embossed with gold
leaf design. Gold braid trimmed
the cowl neckline. She carried a
gold and bronze bouquet of chry
santhemums and wore matching
flowers in her hsir.
Edna Groshong. sister of the
bride, was junior bridesmaid.' Her
embroidered sky blue nylon frock
was made with short sleeves and
futr skirt. Her flowers and head
dress were identical to that of the
honor attendant. -
Robert Fennlmore, brother of the
groom, was best man.
-The mother af the bride wore a
black and red print dress with
white accessories and red rosebud
and stephanotis corsage. The
groom's mother was attired in a
black and white dress with white
accessries and red rosebud cor-
Also present was the grand
mother of the bride, Mrs. Paul
Splonski. Scotts Mills, and the
grandparents of the groom, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam A. Fennimore of
Mt. Angel and Mr. and Mrs.
George Helvey of Scotts Mills.
Breakfast aad Reception
Immediately following the church
services, Mrs. John Splonski, aunt
of the- bride, was hostess for a
breakfast at her home for
bridal party.
A garden reception followed at
the home of the bride's parents.
Mrs. Henry Splonski cut the
cake, Mrs. Joseph Ferlon served
tha punch and Mrs. Allen Wyland
poured. All three are aunts of the
bride. Assisting were the Misses
Elsie Dale. Caroline Sorenson,
Mary Jeaa Wyland, Karen Slater,
Gloria Parks and Mrs. Louis Vet-
4 After their honeymoon, the new
Mr. and Mrs. Fennimore will take
op residence in Monroe, Oregon.
For traveling the bride chose a
black and white jersey dress, black
accessories and white faille coat.
Marrie'd in New York
t I
II ' I ? ' ' II
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hurley DaBoll (Marion Cecelia Sparks)
who were married in August in Rochester, New York at tha
Rochester Colgate Divinity Chapel. The bride is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie J. Sparks of Salem, who went
East for the nuptials. Mr. DaBoll is tfie son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson DaBoll Sr. of Rochester. The newlyweds will live in
Miss Sherill
Brinkley to
Be Married
Missionary Group
At Coon Home
SUNNYSIDE Mrs. Elton Coon
was hostess for the Eva Marie
Johnson Missionary group of tne
First Christian Church of Salem
at her home Wednesday evening.
The business session was under
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Brinkley
are announcing the engagement of
their daughter, Sherill, to William ; the ejection of Mrs. Lester
Ray Laccy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marke. Mrs. Dorothy Rae con-
W. F. Lacey of Portland. The t ducted a study On home missions,
wedding will be an event of Sat-, Mr. Gordon Wood led the wor-
the I urday, October 6 in Portland: ship service and work was done
Miss Brinkley recently gradu- on a quilt for the missions.
ImI from the Fmani'el Hnsnital !
School of Nursing and is now on 'Moving Here
ine nuramg aiuu at me nospum.
Mr. Lacey attended Portland State
University and is with Willamette
Iron and Steel In Portland.
Coffee for WU Mothers
All mothers of Willamette Uni
versity students in Salem I n d
nearby cities in the valley are
invited to a coffee on Saturday
morning, September IS at the
home of Mrs. Charles Layport.
1133 Chemeketa Street. Mothers
are Invited to call at 10 o'clock for
the first get-together of the fall
season. Assisting Mrs. Lay; ort,
who is vice-president of the Wil
lamette Mothers, will -be Mrs.
John Jelderks and Mrs. L. H.
Robert Craig Takes Bride at
Portland Nuptials Saturday
Mr. 'and MrsRobert Patterson Craig, who were married on Sat
urday afternoon at the First Christian Church in Portland, have gone
north to Canada and the San Juan Islands on their honeymoon. The
bride, the former Elaine Sutanne Hartung, is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick E. Hartung of Portland. Mr. Craig is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Dolph L. Craig of Salem.
The 3 o'clock nuptials were per
formed by Dr. Myron C. Cole.
Margaret Carol Porterfield was
the vocalist and Laurie Pratt the
For her wedding the bride se
lecter a princess style gown made
entrain of corded peau de soie.
The neckline and sleeve detail
was Of imported French alencon
lace reembroidered in seed pearls.
A tiny cap of lace and seed
pearls held her fingertip veil in
place. She carried a cascade of
white glamellias accented with
blue delphinium. .
Mrs. i nomas jr. Hartung was
the matron of honor and Mrs. Al
lan R. Bolen and Mrs. Robert C.
Kehoe were bridesmaids. They
wore princess style ballerina
gowns of delphinium blue pol
ished cotton heavily embroidered
with a scroll design in a deeper
blue. They carried all white colo
nial nosegays. Kurt Broders Har
tung, nephew of the bride, was
ring bearer.
Father Staids With Soa
Dr. Dolph L'. Craig stood with
his son as best man. Seating the
guests, which included a number
of the bridegroom's Salem friends
and relatives, were Robert C. Ke
hoe, Allan R. Bolen, Frank Ford
and Donald Bird.
Mrs. Hartung chose a navy blue
silk faille sheath sown with pink
drape at the neckline and a cor
sage of pink orchids. Mrs. Craig
attended her son's marriage in a
Dior blue sheath jacket ensemble
with white sequin hat and cor
sage of white orchids.
A garden reception followed at
the home of the bride's parents.
Pouring were Mrs. Robert W.
Craig. Mrs. G. F. Chambers, Sa
lem. Mrs. Frank J. Chapman and
Mrs. Roy McGce. Cutting the cake
were Mrs. Donald E. Hartung and
Mrs. Harry Schoth. Assisting
were Mrs. Frank Ford, sister o(
the bridegroom. Miss Helen' Q Is it ever proper to use the i
Shanks. Mrs. Robert Nottingham , knife to cut the salad when din
A. When it cm be done easily,
use just the fork. Sometimes,
however, lettuce can be tough to
manage, and in that esse it is
quite all right to use the knife.
Q Is it correct (or a man to use
green ink for his social corres-
St. Ceeella'i Guild al St. Paul's i A. No: his ink hou!d be either
Episcopal Church will meet to- black or navy blue
nipht m the fireplace room at the 1 Q. What is the proper lime nf
church at t p m. Hostesses will be day to make a call of condolence
Mrs. Lester D. Green. Mrs. Dean : A This call may be mane at
Allport and Mrs. Fred Ardt. I any time of the day.
Chapter Holds
First Fall
Salem Chapter, OES, held its
first fall meeting Saturday night
at the Masonic Temple. Mrs
Harry Hiday, worthy matron, and
Kenneth Dodge, worthy patron,
presided. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mer
rifield and Mrs. Lee Weaver were
There will be a Willamette Val
ley Matrons and Patrons meeting
at Dallas on Sept. 13. Hostesses
will be Naomi Chapter, Dallas,
Rhododendron Chapter, Falls Cityt
and Salem Chapter, Salem.
The regular noon luncheon will
be held Sept. 19 at the Masonic
Temple with Mrs. Harold E. White
general chairman.
Salem Chapter and Chad wick
Chapter will hold , a joint meeting
oh Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 8 p.m. at
the Masonic Temple. This meet
ing will be a School of Instruc
tion. The committee in charge of the
decorations and refreshments in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Robert F.
Baxter. Mr and Mrs. Irl L.
Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Armstrong, Miss Betty Holmes.
Miss Lois Becker. Miss Karen
Michalson. Mrs. Clyde Bancroft
and Mrs. Howard Bay.
Mr. and Mrs. Claire H. Hol
comb are leaving today 'for a
week's visit in Baker with their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Keith Holcomb.
Program Planned Miss Wilson
For Luncheon 'tIL TtL
Modern Etiquette
By Roberta
The Christian Women's Club of
Salem will meet for their regular
monthly luncheon at the Golden
Pheasant restaurant this noon.
The guest speaker, Carmen
Roth, is a former Salem- girl and
is now one of the club's national
workers at Stonecrnft in Missouri.
"'esley Rogers will be the guest
soloist. A special feature on fall
and winter fabrics, their care and
durability will be demonstrated by
Bernard Grindle of Meier and
Franks'. ;
All interested women are cor-'
dially invited to attend. A pre-
prayer service is conducted at 11
o'clock at the First Baptist
The Spiritual Sunflower Club
will meet on Thursday at the
First Spiritualist Church, 1320
Madison St., between 11 a.m. and
3 p.m. A no-host dinner will be
served at noon!
Mrs. Geofge H. Wilson are jeveal
ing the betrothal of their daugh
ter, Doris Marie, to Eldcn Ardell
Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Os
car Johnson of Fruitland. .No date
has been set for the wedding.
Miss Wilson graduated irom
Salem High School and is em
ployed at the State Industrial Ac
cident Commission.
Mr. Johnson is a graduate of
Silverton High School and is em
ployed at the Cascade Farm Ma
chinery Co. of Silverton.
A model meeting will be eon
ducted by Beta Sigma chapter,
Epsilon Sigma Alpha Wednesday
night at the home of Mrs. Clifton
II. Bochmer, 5045 Liberty Road,
at 8 p.m. Co-hostesses will be Mrs.
Deryl Currie and Mrs. A. G. Dic
kinson. Parliamentary procedure
is the study project.
and Miss Gloria Allen.
For her wedding trip the new
Mrs. Craig donned a lilac tweed
sheath costume with white leather
hat and gloves and grey acces
sories. After October 1 the couple
will be at home in Portland at
2500 N. E. Couch St.
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St. Ceeella'i Guild af St. Paul's i A. No; his ink should be either J
1 Episcopal Church will meet to- black or navy blue tt ' .
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Mrs. Lester D. Green. Mrs. Dean: A This call may be made at I Jflk'hj-JA' 'V21
Allport and Mrs. Fred Ardt.' I any time of the day. I I ' nM mi" t ; yAsXVaa-hXlSJ
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Dinner Given
For Goldenweds
SILVERTON Mr. and Mrs. V.
C. Neal will be honored Sunday,
Sept. 16, at a dinner at the home
of their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Carpenter, in
observance of their 50th wedding
A reception which had been
planned to honor the couple was
cancelled because of Mr. Neat's
recent illness, and a card show
is being planned by friends instead.
At the dinner covers will be
placed for Mr. and Mrs. Neal, Mr.
and Mrs. V. C. Neal Jr., Salem;
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Anderson,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jahl Jr..
and Janet and Mary Beth of
Longview, Wash, and Mr. and Mrs.
Arriving in Salem Thursday
were Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle A.
Dickson and daughter, Terrie Lee
from Terre Haute, Ind. They are
staying at the home of Mrs. Dick
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Becker, 80 Hampden Lane. They
plan on locating in Oregon. Mrs.
Dickson is the former Beverly
Becker, s graduate of Salem
High School and Oregon Slate Col
lege. For the past three years she
has been head dietician at Union
Hospital, Terre Haute. Mr,
son has been with Allis Chalmers
The Practical Nurses Associa
tion of the Salem area will hold
their regular meeting Thursday
night at the Salem Woman's Club
at 8 p.m During the business
session delegates will be elected
to attend the 6th annual conven
tion to be held in Medford October
3 and 4.
Guests the past week at the Rei
Peffer home on Hollywood Dr.
were former Salem residents. Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Stichler, now living
at Grover City, Calif.
Caurt Caoltal Cltv. Catholic Dauah-
tars nf America, ltnighta of Colum
bus Hall, S p.m.
Jaaon Lea WSCS. Xirby Room, II
am., noon luncheon.
Cherry Court. Order ol tha Amar
anth. Scottuh Rite Templa, I p.m.
Spiritual Sunflower Club. First
Spiritualist Church, 1330 Medium St.,
11 a m. to I p.m.
Sawm sojourner!. ' aenars nincn
eon, Salem women'! Club, 4 p.m.
raiDAY I
Salem WCTU with Mrs. Maeon
Btehopv 1MI S. Church St., l:St p.m.
Pmbyterlan Women's Aaaociallon,
liver tea. at William L. PhllliDi
home. M Weat Lefelle Bt, 1:30 to
: p.m. ' "
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To the Man Who is Hesitating...
I licre are manv motorists here in tliis community
who have given serious consideration lo the pur
chase of a new Cadillac car this year and yet,
for one reason oranother, have not made the move.
If you are among them, we hope that you will
pause; to read the little message that follows. For
we are sure you will find it interesting.
Ordinarily, when a man hesitates U make the
move to Cadillac, it is because he is not familiar
with the practical aspects of Cadillac ownership.
Insofar as original cost is concerned, a Cadillac
Ss eminently practical. Several models, in fact, are
actually priced competitively with the so-called
"medium-priced" makes.
Operating and maintenance costs are also
remarkably low. We have heard it said by new
owners that Cadillac is the most economical auto
mobile they have ever owned.
And ns for resale value well, Cadillac tradition
ally retains a greater share of its worth through
the years than any other motor car in the land.
In short, the great Cadillac car represents one
of the wisest and soundest automotive investments
on the highway today.
The moral of our message is (his: It is still not
too late (o set things right in a 1956 Cadillac of
your ownl
We have a selection of new Cadillacs on hand a
and we can promise you both prompt delivery and
a generous trade-in allowance.
Why not come in today?
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