The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 16, 1956, Page 17, Image 17

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    To Live in Salem
Tb newly married Mr. and Mrs.
WiUiam T. Henry will be at home
a 12M Chemeketa Street following
their honeymoon in the Central
Oregon lake region. The bride, the
former Sandra Darlene Long, is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Clark C. Long and Mr. Henry is
the ton of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W.
Henry, all of Dallas. "
The ceremony was performed on
September IS at the Dallas Evan
reheat United Brethem Church.
The Rev, John Rittermeyer per
formed the I o'clock ceremonv.
Betty Jean Joseph sang and Mrs.
Mel Ediger was the organist. The
alter was banked with bbuquet of
gold gladioluses, yellow dahlias
rnd h r o n i e chrysanthemums
flanked by yellow candles. Miss
Mildred McCormick of Seattle and
Mrs. William Freeman of Oregon
City lighted the tapers.
The birde wore a floor length
gown of white lace and tulle over
satin with a pleated flounce at the
bottom of the skirt. Her fingertip
veil was caught to a pleated tulle
shell shaped- cap adorned with
seed pearls. She carried a cas
cade of stephanotis and yellow
roses centered with a white orchid.
Miss Ssrah Neufeld wa the
maid of honor and Miss Marlys
Pnnkratz of Salem and Mrs. Rob
ert Wilder of Seattle were brides
maids. They wore nile green
brocaded taffeta waltz gowns with
hunter green velvet cummerbund
and matching headbands and
mitts. They carried noseaays of
yel'ow pom pom chrysanthemums
and Talisman roses.
Two .lunlor AUendaats
Hok.- n.i . a rn .
Mm. William A. Henry, the former Sandra Darlene Long before : the flower girl and wore a yellow
ner marriage on sepiemoer o ai tne uauas evangelical brocaded taffeta frock. 1-arry
United Brethren Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. ' Beckler of Kent, Wash., was the
.nd Mrs. Clark C. Long and Mr. Henry is the son of Mr. ijh r'ni! bearer. .
Mrs. Arthur W. Henrv. all of Dallai. Ths counla fill live in ! enry ervM man
Salem. (Palmer's Photo Shop, Dallas )
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Dallas Nuptials
Unite Couple
In Marriage
To Head Nevvcomers
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Charles Terry
To Be League
Speaker
League of Women Voters of
Salem will hold their first fall
general meeting on Thursday,
September 20 at 8 p m. at the
YW'CA. 788 State Street
Charles W. Tern will be the
speaker and his topic is " Past.
Present, nnd Future of the PuMic
i'rr.onnel Adminislralion ' Mr
Terry will undertake to answer
a question many people have
wondered about "Why a merit
system in public personnel administration?"
Y-Teens Register
This Week at YW
Registration for Y-Teens will
begin this week at the YWCA.
Junior high students in the (th
grade begin registering Monday,
September 17 at 4 p.m. in the
YWCA gymnasium. Tuesday at 4
p.m. the 8th graders will register
and Wednesday at 4 p m. the 7th
graders
for h's brother and ushers were
Mrs. Jack Lumbley, who will serva as president of Salem Wel
come Wagon Club during 1956 and '57. Mrs. lumbley was
elected last May and was installed during the June meeting
of the club. She is a newcomer to Salem, coming from
Independence, Mo., and has been active in other Welcome
Wagon Clubs in the United States.
Dalian Dateline
Mrs. McKay to
Be Guest
Speaker
By B. NORBERG
DALLAS Miss Sara Bossattl,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. B.
Bossattl, is leaving Sunday for
Walla Walla, to resume studies
at Whitman College. She will be
a sophomore and is a member of
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.
During the summer Miss Bossattl
has been at home in Dallas and
has worked with tht Pentacle
theater group.
The Dallas Woman's club la
holding its annual membership
tea Tueaday, Sept. II in the
Woman'! club room in the Car
negie Library from 1 to S p.m.
Mrs. Douglas McKay of Salem
will be a special guest and will
give a 'talk on her life in Wash
ington, D.C., during the time Mr.
McKay was Secretary of Interior.
Mrs. Roy Wickstrom, presidrnt of
the group, cordially invites all
women of the Dallas area, who
are interested in civic enterprises
and the work of the Wonsn's
club, to attend.
Following an exciting summer
touring Europe with a college
tour party Miss Mary Gerlinger,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Gerliifger, ia packing school
clothe this wek for her return
to the University of Oregon,
where she will be a senior. She
arrived home from Europe last
Sunday evening and. will go to
Eugene this weekend. ,
Among Dallas families at'end
ing the Pendleton Round-Up were
Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Van Den
Bosch and daughter Jan and Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. Smith. The SmShs
attended the round-up for the first
time.
Deer season for archers took
importance for Dr. Robert t statesman, Salem, Ore,, Sun., Sept. 16, '56 (Sec. II)-17
last weekend,- when he ; , ,.' 1 v ' ,
on new
Brinker
connected with a nice three
pointer In the Century Drive area
near Rend
Eastern Visiters
Recent visitors are the country
Bud Long, brother of the bride, home of Mr. and Mrs. Gurnee
Del Ray Krier and Harlan Krie-
sen. all of Dallas.
Mrs. Long wore a powder blue
gown with dusty rose accessories
and corsage of pink cymbidium
orchids. Mrs. Henry chose a steel
grey dress with navy accessories
and corsage of rose orchids.
A reception was held in the
church parlor. Mrs. John Long of
Coos Bay, aunt of the bride, and
Mrs. George Bremmer of Albany,
the bridegroom's aunt, poured.
Flesher were Dr. and Mrs.
Charles G, McClinlock and son,
James, of Ann Arbor, Mich. They
were en route to Santa Barbara.
Calif., where Dr. McClintock will
be on the University of California
faculty.
Dr. McClintock is a nephew of
Mr. Flesher and the son of Dr.
and Mrs. James McClintock. Ear
lier in the week the James Mc
Clintock returned to Madison,
N.J.. after spending the summer
in Oregon with the Fleshers and
Cutting the cake were Mrs. Dick
Senior high students will regis- -anvon M ualias ana Mrs. r.rnie Mrs. McClintock s mother. Mrs
ti-r Wednesday. Sept. I in the Hpnrv 01 Llrna- Wash., the bride- a. A. Flesher. Other visitors- at
YWCA gym Old members regis- r'ni, aumV Assisting were Mrs. the Flesher home were Dr. and
r.ona rieminc. jurs. t. anerman. Mrs. John Rudin and children.
Miss Ann Fleming. Miss Lucy,Dr. Rudin, a former resident of
Fcsl. Miss Dorothy Mitchell, Miss Salem, is with Duke university.
nuua jonnson 01 aeaiue ana Mrs
ler nt 7 p.m. arid new members at
7 :10 p.m.
YWCA membership fee is re
quired uf all those who join Y
Teen clubs.
ence of the Civil Sen Ice Assem-
Mr. Terry was a director of the bly which will convene in Wash
ington, D. C. in October. He hss
written an article entitled "The
state personnel department in Ala
h.ima from 1945 until he came to
Oregon in 1954 to work in the
Civil Service Commission of Ore
eon. He has recently completed
Roland McCormick of Dallas
For going away the new Mrs.
Henry wore a brown suit with
white trim, a dusty rose hat and
brown accessories.
Mrs. Jeka William Storti will ra
tertain the Delta Gamma alumnae
at her home, 1367 Strong Road,
Monday night at an I o'clock des
sert supper. Co-hostesses will be
Mrs.
Mr terry win be one of the league members in hearing Mr
speakers at the national confer- Terry's talk.
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Mrs. Marvin Weiser and
mn. nutiani n. Burinarm win Dihi n, unvn
Art of Personnel Administration." be hostess to St. Anne's Guild of
St. Paul's Episcopal Church Mon- First fall meetiag ef Welrame
Wagon Club will be Tuesday, Sept.
18 at 1 p. m. in the auditorium of
Meier and Frank's Salem. Refresh
ments w ill be served in the Oregon
which will appear in a memorial
publication commemorating the dav afternoon at her l.'nion Street
a term as executive counselor of 50th adversary of the Civil Serv- home for 1:30 dessert luncheon,
the Civil Service Assembly for ice Assembly. " Co-hostesses are Mrs. Stephen
the Inited States and Canada The public is invited to ioin the Tahaerhi Mrs Ralnh Rnone .Mrs
Robert Herrall
Caughell.
and Mrs. John
Room and
scheduled.
a social afternoon is
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