The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 15, 1957, Page 6, Image 6

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    6-(Sec. I) Statesman, Salem, Ore., Mon., July 15,
Wed in Forest Grove
O Statesman's HOME
I anorama
Women . . . Music . . . Fashions . . . Features
Local Women in
State Offices
Silverton Dateline
Mrs Donna Kelso presided
the nieetine Fridav nisht o( the
(oolielte Club at FW hall Mrs
Hazel Smith, a member o(
local troup, elected 0
Grev Back of Oreson and
Mildred Glass Grand Scratcher at
the convent ion held in Pendleton
June 2 The tun with Mrs Mary
Strayer and Mrs Kay Stupka -ill
attend the national convention in
Key West
Mrs tva Grim, a former mem
her who has been li inn in I'ali
(omia vint time vsa welcomed
hack Follow ins the irretms
fnr a social hotr
Cupid Busy
In Silverton
d During July
Wedding on
August 11
By I.ILLIE L. MADSEN
SILVKRTON June as the ro
mance month was rather sliRhted
at Silverton this year, but July is
seems wedding plans made and
encagements announced at a rapid
rate
ln nation. arc in the mail to
Ihe the ucddir.; ut Mi hirlev Mae
DocrtUr uauchtor 01 Mr and Mrs.
A Ikvrtier ot Waldo Hills, to
John David Ouert son -f Mr
Mrs Frank Duerst ol Silverton
The vteddint will be solemnized
Saturday July rr at St Boniface
Catholic Chunh m Sublimity at 10
a m A reception will tollow in the
parish hall
Miss Barbara tirossnickle. bnde
elect of Arthur Beesley. was hon
ored at a pre-nupti.il party at the
home of her aunt Mrs Orlando
Dahl The wtMklni; has been
Mr and Mrs Ton-. W Johnson.
Coos Ba nave recently an
nounced tne enaement of their
daughter Helen Kuth. to Robert
Decker, son ol Mr and Mrs G L
Decker oi Salem The wedding
duo h't. Iwn cl fnr i!0.Kl II
The bride-elect a June graduate P11" ,or -u " al Sl John '
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W J M
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Mr
of the Iniversitv of Oregon, will
leach physical education in the Eu-
Lutheran Church Sa.em
Bidden to Ihe party were the
(tene school system next year ne nonor cuesi s parents, vir ana
is a member of Chi Omega soror- Mrs iclor Groinickic Mis
itv Mr Decker will he a senior Gayle Grossnukle Mr Beesley.
net year at trie Iniversitv where Mrs W J Grovsnitkle Miss hathy
and Mrs Hayes Terry (Carol Mae Goff) whose wedding
'ook piace jjne 30 at the First Christian Church in Forest
Groce Tre br de is tne daughter of the Arnold E. Goffs
of Forest Grove and Mr. Terry is the son ot M. and Mrs.
Harrison E Terry of Monmouth The couple will live in
Independence (Grove Studio, Fores Grove).
he is a member of Sigma Phi l'j
silon He also i errwvlmed b
Equitable Life Assurance Co F.u
gene
Miss GrahamiFamily Picnic at
Sets Date
Pattern
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Grossnickle. Mrs John Gross
nickle. Mrs ( hauncv Beesley Mr
and M:s Arthur Wua.c Mr an-:
Mrs Martin Slater Den-: Sljler
Mr and Mrs l.v.e Knox Joeicne
Knox Mr and Mrs George Knox
Mr ami Mrs Wendell Knox Mrs
Anna (Jualev Mr and Mr
Corker Mrs Ted Pxnor
Invitations are out to the wed
ding of Miss Veloris Morgan
daughter of Mrs Rav Morgan to
William Kaufman son of Mr and
Mn Ben Kaufman The wedding
will be held July 2 with a recep
lion at the home ot Mr and Mrs
Charles StaJeli
KagaKemenU Tte
Mr and Mrs Harvey l.ivelv
have announced the engagement of
their daughter Miss Phyllis Mar
jorie lo Jay Shuit; on of Mr
ard Mrs t.ctirii shulti or Rain
ier Miss I. .vols .s w.th the (ireivn
I nmployment ( ommission and Mr.
Shulti is empicfed : !he NeUon
Nursery Salem No date hat been
se' for the wending
Mr and Mm Francis L Proxwt
have announced the engageoveat
ot their daughter Miu Heien Ann
Prmoat to Eugene F ftry. soe of
Mr and Mrs Joha Fery ot StaTtoe,
No date ha been announced for
the wedding
Mr and Mrs John Jef'.rv have
bnnotjmid "he i egagf n'en' ii 'ne:r
daughter i arolvn Ruth, to Fred
Kaser son of NT r .md Mrs Harvey
Kaser A SeN-nit r wedding is
teing planned I.ss Jt-flen at
tendid Pacini I nnersitv at For
est (.rove ani i now employed at
the First Nation.i Hank Silverton
brant h Mr Ka r will le a senior
at tin-gon State i ollege 'his fall
Bf.ih are gr.i'ti.ttt-d Irom the Sil
v erton High S- hKil
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Mt. Angel
Rites Read
Saturday
MT. ANGEL Miss Jeane pr
ringtoo, daughter o Mrs. Afnea
Harrington, became the bride ol
Thomas E. Keegan, son o( Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Weegan in St. Mary's
Catholic church Saturday. The
Rev. Sebastian Terhaar. OSE, per
formed the 2 o'clock double ring
ceremony. Miss Helen Keber
played the wedding march and ac
companied St. Mary's Choir Girls
The bride, escorted by her uncle. '
Eldoo Bartn wore a (own of white
imported French lace over satin
and a fiagertip veil of illusiin, fall-1
ing from a matching crown
trimmed with seed pearls. Her.
bouquet tit a white orchid, sur-l
rounded by stephanotis and pink i
rosebuds.
Preceedini the bride were Missi
Joan Mamngtoa, her sister as
maud of honor. Miss Betty Lou
Hessel. Miss Sylvia and Miss
Maurita Barth. cousins.
Michael Keegan stood with his
brother and groomsmen were
David Barth, cousin of the bride.
Gene Fennimore and Joseph Kee
gan. brother of the groom.
Mrs. Harrington chose a light
aqua silk with white accessories
and Mrs. Keegan wore a black
silk print with pink gloves and a
black lace mantilla. Both wore
corsages of white rosebuds
At the reception in St.- Mary's
dining hall followed Mrs M. G.
Barth presided at the coffee urn
and Mrs Francis Robertson served
the punch Cutting the cake fere
Mrs Elton Barth and Mrs Donald
Olson
Assisting were Miss Rose Fen
nimore. Miss tthryn Brown. Miss
Sonja Ball. Miss Fdna Kleinsmith
and Miss Dolores Satrk
The newlyweds will be at home
in Molalla where the groom is
For going away, the
Club Calendar
Tuesday
Welcome Wagon Club picnic. Bush's Pasture, Mission Street
entrance, lpm
WesWMUy
Englewood Womans Club picinc with Mrs. C, E. Siegmund, J4SS
Garden Road, 12:30 p.m.
Nebraska Club with Mrs. Henry Knight, 15U Roosevelt St., no
bost luncheon, noon.
Salem Chapter, OES picnic, Bush's Pasture, Mission Street en
trance. 12 oclock
Edna Holder and Evelyn deVrics Circles, Leslie Methodist WSCS
with Mrs. W. S. Ankney. 4312 Hager St., 1:15 p.m.
Tharsday
Salem Creative Art Group, Bush House, I p.m . workshop
American Gold Star Mothers with Mrs. Fred Birch, 125S High
land Ave., (:30 no-host dinner.
Friday
Cherry Court. Order of Amaranth annual picnic at James Turn-
bull home, 1365 N 2Lst St.. :30 p m.
Golden Age Club. YWCA, 1:30 p.m.
Sedwick W oman s Relief Corps, VFW Hall. p.m.
Saaday
Sojourners of Willamette Shrine, White Shrine of Jerusalem open
house at G W. Howe home, 2060 Nebraska Ave., 1 to 4 P m.
Winners Named
Mr and Mrs Bruce Van Wvn-
The woddinc of M.s irumm garaen were hosts to members ot
(,ranam and Clitford Fstr has""' family on Sunday Included ' employed
nvn set tor August 31 at I p ill ' rr 'r Van Wyngardenj; bride wore a black lilted suit with
m the First Raptist church unties and aunts. Mr. and
Mrs Roberta Graham will be r'rr) Hawke Arlington. Calif
matron of honor Mrs Donald and Mrs Robert Cook. Eugene.
The monthly master play-off at
Columbus Hall resulted in the fol
lowing winners at contract bridge
in senior competition: Mrs. Walter
Cline and C. Tremblin, Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Kimsey, Mrs. Mary
Hutchinson and Jose MoriU. Mrs.
Richard Chambers and Pat Stew
art, Mrs. Ed Lewis and Boy Toke
rud, north-south players. East-west
point winners were Mr. and Mrs.
E. McLean. Mrs. Robert McKes
son and Mrs. C. B. Bentson, Mrs.
Donald Duncan and Mr. Roy
Tokerud. Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
Beyer, Carl Ruder and Curtis
Ruecker. In junior competition
high scores were made by Mrs.
Charles McElhinny and B. With
ers. Mrs. L. J. Marker and Mrs.
George Haley, Mr. and Mrs. Roger
Archer. Mrs. Val Sloper and Mrs
Frank Ward.
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has arrived from Illinois to be the
houseguest of Dr. and Mrs. C. L
Sherman. She visited friends in
California enroute After her itav
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Donald Jnnes and Mrs Clitford moth" Mrs. Linda Hawke,
Tuss will be bridesmaids Mr Fs- Spnngtield, and her parenLs. Mr.
tes will be attended by his broth and Mr' J H H""- Sa'em.
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Rites Read
At Chapel
Ceremony
Salem friends of Mrs. Harriet
Close, formerly of Portland and
Salem and a sister of Mrs. How
ard Maple, will be interested to
hear of her marriage to Lawrence
Kenney of Moro, which was quiet
ly solemnised on Sunday afternoon
in the chapel of the First Presby
terian Church.
Dr. Paul N. Poling performed
the 2 o'clock rites before members
of the immediate family and a few
intimate friends.
A reception honored the couple
at the Fairmount Hill home of
Dean and Mrs. Melvin H. Geist
After a short wedding trip, the
couple will be at home on Mr.
Kenney I wheafranch at Moro.
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Art Show to Be Bigger, Better
mainder of the summer at her
home on Puget Sound.
SALEM (Special. An art show
that will be representative of the
best in Oregon art is promised for
the 1957 Oregon State Fair, open
ing in Salem August 31. Mrs. A
T King, newly appointed superin
tendent of the art department, has
enlisted the cooperation of all the
"big names" in Oregon's art
circles who has promised to enter
the best of their work
'This will be the first time that
the Oregon State Fair has shown
work of this calibre ". said Mrs.
King "Ttiis year, with the help
ot Dr. Cameron Paulin, head of
Willamette I'niverstty's art depart
ment, we have redesigned me art
department. In the old roller skat
ing rink it will have suspended
walls and lots of hanging space
with good lighting."
Mrs. King is a trustee of the
Salem Art Association and was
first chairman of the art commiU
tee of Salem s Bush House Mu
seum Among other new features in th
art department for this year's fair
will be a special section for chil
dren's art: a newly designed dis
play case for ceramics and pottery
and a sculpture court. Twice daily
there will be a free showinc of
slides of Oregon scenery. Pre
miums fur most exhibits will be
higher than for previous years.
Emphasis will be given to
photography for which a special
salon has been designed. Entries
for the art department will close
Tuesday. August 27.
Keceat weU f Mr. aad Mrs.
H. S. Smedley were Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Compton, and Sandra of
Boise. Idaho, the Misses Vicki and
Ann Hart. Ashton. Idaho.
1 guests at the home ol Mr and
M- and Mrs Frank J Healy M """"
are parents ol a lo-pound hov
horn on Saturday morning The Colleen and Jimmy. Grandmoth
ir:lo named Michael Duane is ers are Mrs Frank S Healy and
the couples third others being Mrs Faye Brown, all of Salem
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