The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 23, 1956, Page 14, Image 14

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    H-(S?c, III) Statesman. Stlcm. Ore. Sun., Sept 23, '59
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Mr. and Mr. Kent Mathewson, recent ntwcomer In the capital from Virginia, who will be
t. -welcomed at t public reception Thursday niaht. at the Marion Hotel. Mr. Mathewson is
Salem's new city manager. The Methewsons have three sons end have purchased a home
on Crestview Drive. The Interested public is invited to attend the reception honoring the
couple. (Kennell-Ellis Studio.) ' v
Pub I i c Invited to Reception
! For New Salem City Manager
Salem's new city manager, Kent Mathewson, end Mrs. Mathewson, who came to Oregon's
capital city this lummer from Martinsville, Va., will be welcomed at a public reception on
Thursday, September 27. The affair will be held in the Gold Room of the Marion Hotel be
tween 6 and 7:30 o'clock. Hosts for the event are tha Chamber of Commerce, the Mayor
nd city officials. )
Invitations have been sent to alt city officials, the board of directors and chamber com
mittee heads. The interested' public is invited to attend the reception and greet the new city
manager and his wife. ' ' .
I In the receiving1 line will be Elmer 0. Berg, president of the Chamber of Commerce, Mrs.
Berg, Mayor and Mrs Robert White, Mr. and Mrs. Mathewson, Stanley Grove, manager of the
Chamber of Commerce, and Mrs.' Grove, Judge -and Mrs. Rex Hartley. Introducing to the
tide will be Charles A. Barclay and Mrs. Marjorie Gabriel.
pon't ook::$ow
Friday marked en occasion in our
career. It was the 20th anniversary of our
becoming happily associated with The, Oregon
Statesman." All those years
we have been efficiently
- assisted , by Jeryme English
(r)ee Upston) who took time
. opt during these years only
for e wedding and a baby.
We hope that we will both
be welcome for another 20
years, end if it must be
done, we warn you, like
Dorothy Dix, we'll us the
same old photo.
Local custom . . , Seeing a former resident
or Salem, but now professional men in -Portland,
licking contentedly on an ice cream
cine as he walked down Liberty Street, we
vJondered if the big city, for all Its oppor
tunities, condones such pleasures. The big
shots and the little shots can enjoy a licking
good Ice cream cone here without any offense
to ethics-it's even the custom. -
Right day . . ." when the rain came Wed-
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nesday night, we could sit back end enjoy it,
reveling in the toft patter on the roof and
the delicious smell of newly washed air, be
cause our roof is now leakless. Truo to regu
lar habit, we left the new roof till the last
moment, and last weekend dashed out be
tween showers to put on a few more shingles,
It was rugged while it lasted, but that is what
makes life so interesting out at Rolling Hills
Farm a little rain on the dining table or down
one's beck as she sits before the fire only
livens things up well miss It mis winter.
And speaking ef . . . big cities, at the time
of this reading, we will be domiciled at the
Waldorf-Astoria in the throes of attending
sessions of the Newspaper Food Editors' Con
ference, where life will be one glorious
succession of glamorous culinary triumphs pre
pared by Chefs of the Waldorf, Ambassador,
Lark La no and other riosteiries, ana consumea
by about 1 50 food editors. Never was e
group more feted, fed and flattered. It's e
nice feeling once In a while. In the mean
time, wish vou were here . . . Maxine Buren
'Private Lives'
jn campus
One Time Only
Salem Theatre-goers who have
followed the productions of the
Pentacle Theatre will want to note
the October IS one-time showing
of 'Private Lives", sponsored by
the Salem Memorial Hospital Aux
iliary and produced by the Pen
tacle Theatre group in the Fine
Arte Theater on the Willamette
campus. This Noel Coward play,
termed by its author as an "inti
mate comedy" is being directed
by Robert Putnam, o( the Willam
ette University Speech and Drama
department. Assisting Mr. Put
nam is a staff of well known
behind the - scenes workers who
are busy in their various capac
ities to make this Pentacle pro
duction a stand-out.
Joan Ross, Salem housewife, di
rector of her own charm school
and with wide experience as an
amateur actress, will play the fe
male lead, opposite Glenn Smith.
A veteran of other Pentacle plays.
Smith is in the speech department
of the public schools.
Al Laue and Bill Smith, who
bandied technicalities in the stag
ing of the most recent Pentacle
play "Of Thee I Sing", will act
as technical directors (or "Private
Lives." Marian Highley. a student
at Willamette University, is in
charge of Properties. Caroline
Matter, a pioneer with Pentacle.
will bead the wardrobe depart
ment and is lining up high fashion
clothes of the sophisticated type
for the cast. Prompters, never
seen, but of vital importance to
the success of any play, will be
Lorraine Moreland and Donna
Stone. Sheila Laue will act as pro
duction assistant..
Chairmen for the Salem Mem
orial Hospital Auxiliary are Mrs.
James C. Stone and Mrs. James
G. Watts, with Mrs. Steve Tabac
chi and Mrs. James L Payne in
charge of tickets. Announcement
concerning the sale of tickets will
be made next week.
Co-Active Club
Names Chairmen'
Mayor Proclaims This
National BPW Week
This week, September 23 through 29. has been proclaimed
Business Women's Week in Salem by Mayor Robert White of this
city as a tribute to women in business and the professions, and to
the contribution they make to the nation.
The 29th annual Week is sponsored throughout tha United States
by the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's
v,7W
Miss FUrenee Beardsley
Clubs
The Salem BPW opens its observ
ance of the occasion with the tra
ditional breakfast honoring its club
president. Miss Florence Beard
sley, Sunday morning at the Marion
Hotel, the general chairman for the
Week, Mrs. Marjorie Whitmort.
has announced.
Mrs. Amy Seidler. chairman for
the breakfast, is assisted by the art
and muaic committee, headed by
Miss Margaret Maddox and Mrs.
Marjorie Hickard. Following the
breakfast, the BPW group will at
tend church services at the First
Presbyterian Church, where ar
rangement were made by Miss
Myrtle Weatherholt.
BPW members will be guests
at the Chamber of Commerce lun
cheon, Monday noon at the Marion
Hotel, with Mrs. Agnes Booth serv
Ing as chairman of the luncheon
arrangements.
The Marion Hotel will also be
the scene of the highlight of the
Reception to Fete
25th Anniversary
FOUR CORNERS - Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Pfennig and Mr. and
Mrs. Eldon Tletie will be hostess
at the Pfennig home Sunday, Sep
tember 23, at a reception bonor-
inv Mr nrl V!r U'oHn Wklv !
on their 25th wedding anniversary.
Friends are invited through the
press to call during the hours of
two to live o clock.
Miss Ada Boyles and Wsde
Weekly were married September
MjiSsii
Mothers to Meet
Willamette De Moley Mothers
met with Mrs. Morse Stewart
Thursday night. Mrs. Charles . W.
Rink, Jr., was co-kostess. Com
mittee appointments were made.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess and Mrs. Locke Taylor.1
Mrs. R. L. Rolow, 2210 Pheasant
Avenue will be hostess on Thurs-1
day. October 11. Mothers of alii
Willamette DeMoleys are Invited
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25. 1931. at Sheibyville. Mo., and'
have two children, Miss Joann 1
living at home.
Republican
Coffee Set
A Petticoat Politics coffee spon
sored by 'the Salem Unit of the
Republican Women's Federation of
Oregon will be held Friday, Rep
(ember 2D, 10:30 to 12:30 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. Charles H.
Wright, 3Ktt Liberty Road.
Miss llaltie Bratzcl will speak.
These coffee parties are open to
any interested man nr woman and
a cordial invitation is extended to
all.
Mrs. Don Wanamaker, new pres
ident of the Co-Active club, was
honored st a no-host dinner re
cently, following whicn an instal
lation and business meeting was
held at the home of Mrs. William
L Phillips with Mrs. Don . Phil
lips as hostess.
Other new officers of the club
are Mrs. Don . Phillips, vice
president; Mrs. Dwight Quissen
berry, secretary; Mrs. Lloyd Ra
mey, treasurer; Mrs. Cornelius C.
Bateson and Mrs. Harry . Sum
mers, trustees.
Committee chairmen are: Mrs.
John Wald, projects; Mrs. Wilfred
Thomas, ways and means; Mrs.
Cornelius C. Bateson, program;
Mrs. Don E. Phillips, hospitality;
Mrs. Harry E. Summers, public
ity-
A Hallowe en party at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ramey is
being planned with Mrs. Bateson
and Mrs. Summers as chairmen.
week's activities Tuesday night when club members will be hostesses
to their- employers and other guests at the informal Employer-Em
ployee Dinner. Miss Mildred better, chairman, has announced that
the speaker for the evening will be .Mrs. Joan Seavey, dean of women
at the Oregon College of Education at Monmouth.
The final event of the week will be the Homecoming Tea, Sunday .
afternoon. September 30, at the home of Miss Florence Beardsley.
Miss Alberta Shoemake, tea chairman, has planned the event honoring
former club members and past presidents a new feature of the week s
program.
Miss Louise Catuzzo is in charge of arranging the Business
Women's Week window at the Meier and Frank store.
New Members
To Be Invited
High Y-Teen Schedule
Junior High Y-Teen clubs of the
YWCA will meet the first week
sn.VFBTOV The Silverton ' n October. Leslie 8th, Leslie 7th,
Junior Women's Club is consider-1 and Parrish 7111 wiU meet on .
in .m. nf nrnn.fiv l day, October 1. Tuesday, October
, . . , ... . . . .... : 2. the Leslie Sth club will meet.
...cmur.. : " , Parrish Kh and Parrish Sth will
party uctooer z at me cnanes .m. meet on Wednesday. October J.
Leonard home, 227 S. Church All of the clubs will hold ' their
Street. Names were submitted at 1 meetings in the YWCA building
a meeting Tuesday at the home at 4:10 until S p.m. Those who
of Mrs. Earl Hartman. Jr. (did not pay the membership fee
Co-hostesses were Mrs. James: at registration, should bring it to
Lorenzen and Mrs. Thomas Hart- the club meeting and pay the club
ley.
Mrs. Ed Heinonen was appointed
Junior Women's representative to
the Senior Women's Club by the
president, Mrs. Leonard, who also
appointed the following commit
tees: Mrs. Larry Crennell, sunshine;
Mrs. Edwin Heinonen and Mrs.
Nick Weiss, ways and means;
Mrs. Robert Haggard and Mrs.
Gale Stephens, telephone; Mrs.
Mrs. Donald Earl, reporter; Mrs.
Robert Haggard, magazines; Mrs.
Nick Weiss, commemorative
stamps and food sale; Mrs. James
Lorenzen, silverware: Mrs. Roy
Jacobsen. Girls Scouts and fall
dance, with Mrs. Donald Earl as
sisting on the latter; Mrs. Keith
Berg. Christmas party; Mrs. Fred
Parkinson, spring fashion show,
assisted by Mrs. Earl Hartman,
Jr.
adviser.
Eight & Forty
Installs Officers
New officers of the Marion
County Salon No. 412. Eight and
Forty, were installed recently
with Mrs. Earl T. Andresen, De
partment Chapeau of Oregon, con.
ducting the ceremony
Installed were: Mrs. Theodore
E. I'llakko, le petit chapeau; Mrs
Frank Marshall, demi chapeau
premiere: Mrs. H. H. Henry,
demi chapeau deuxieme; Mrs.
Mrs. Verne A. Nelson, secretaire
caissiere; Mrs. T. J. Brabec
I'archiviste; Mrs. Ben Roth, l'au
monier; Mrs. Austin Wilson, l'avo-
cate: Mrs. Ira Herriford, la con
cierge.
Miss Miler, ;
Mr. Klenski 7
Married
' Miss' Enid Lee Miller, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M. Miller,
became the bride of Ralph J.
Klenski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Dugger of Brooks, at an evening
ceremony Friday, September, jj,
at the Central Church of Christ.
The Rev. C. L. Bryant offici
ated and Mrs. Ed Waldroop sang.
.White chrysanthemums and pink
and white carnations were used in
the church decorations. . Candle
lighters were Miss Lillian Seiber
and Miss Je Anne Everhart, wear
ing aqua net ever taffeta dresaea.
The bride wore a gown of
Chantilly lace with net yoke and
mandarin collar. The bouffant
fjoor length skirt wai of nylon
tulle with lace panels and her
finger tip veil was caught in a cap
if Chantilly lace and rbinestones.
fhe carried colonial bouquet of
unite carnations and red Delight
toses. ' '
A colonial arrangement of white
chrysanthemums and yellow car
ri a i ions was carried by the maid
of honor, Miss Trey Miller, a sis
ter of the bride. She wore a rose
ii ft over taffeta gown with stole.
Eeverly Klenski. sister of
C t ("ir. Ti, and Miss Phyllis Dim-
r I'ortJand were bridesmaids
In ; and aqua dresses of net
tit 'a and stoles. They car
r 1 t . pets like the maid of
1 r's.
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j n nylon net dress
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the bride, and the groom's mother
chose a turquoise ensemble with
turquoise and black accessories
and Delight rose corsage.
At the reception in tha Fireplace
Room,' Miss Shirley Siema a ad
Miss Jo Anne Everhart poured
while Mrs. Audra Brummitt and
Mrs. Gilbert Munden, aunts of the
bride, cut the cake.
For a wedding trip to the Ore
gon coast, the bride wore a purple
sheath dress with matching
The Edward Powers have aeea
boats to relatives the last week
Two nieces, Mrs. Tel Nelson of
Seattle, Mrs. James Gilchrist, and
Mr. Gilchrist. Sacramento, Calif.,
were here several days. A cousin
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Seba
Powers of Indio, Calif., were also
guests.
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