Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, April 14, 1949, Page 6, Image 6

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    Capital
Edited Dt MARIAN
i 6 Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon, Thursday. April 14. 1949
jMiss Beebe,
Mr. Johnson
; Engaged
! Announcement It nude by
' Mr. and Mri. J. D. Beebe of
! Portland of the engagement of
i their daughter, Mm Barhara
J Jean Beebe, to Harry B. John
I ion, Jr., ton of Mr. and Mri
J Harry B. Johnson of Salem,
t No date is announced for the
j wedding.
i Both young people are teach
1 Ing at Independence high
! school. Miss Beebe was gradu-
ated last year from Lewis and
! Clark college where she is a
member of Erodelphians, senior
women's honorary, and Alpha
i psi Omega, national dramatics
J group. Mr. Johnson was gradu
i ated also last spring, from Uni-i
! versity of Oregon, where he is
i a member of Phi Delta Kappa.
national education honorary.
i Medical Auxiliary
Is Entertained
i. The Marion-Polk Medical So
1 elety auxiliary met Tuesday
i evening at the home or Mrs
' Fred Thompson with Mrs.
Harold O. Schneider, Mrs. Thad
I Moreland, Mrs. Willard Stone.
! Mrs. H. E. Gilbert, Mrs. G. Rob-
i ert Hoffman, Mrs. Delbert Reed
and Mrs. G. Ray Pemberton as
i co-hostesses.
J A dessert supper was served
! Mrs. Ernest Arneson was s
guest to report on her trip to
Norway. At the business ses
sion the group voted to assist
two small Girl Scout troops at
' McKinley school,
a Attending the meeting were
Mrs. Maynard Shiffer, Mrs. C
,.E. Bates, Mrs. Vern Miller. Mrs
A. T. King, Mrs. Horace D. Mc-
Gee, Mrs. Roy D. Byrd, Mrs
Charles Gray, Mrs. Charles
,' Campbell, Mrs. James Haworth,
Mrs. H. J. Clements, Mrs. M. C.
eFindley, Mrs. L. O. Clement,
ijtfrs. Gerald B. Smith of Wood
?burn, Mrs. Adolf Lietuvietis,
Mrs. D. K. Brooks, Mrs. D. E
jTatum, Mrs. K. J. McNiecc, Mrs.
Horace Miller, Mrs. Robert F
'"Wulf, Mrs. J. L. Matthis, Mrs
iR. Lee Wood, Mrs. Burton A.
'Myers, Mrs. Edward A. Lebold
'.Mrs. B. L. Trelsted, Mrs. Har
jmon Harvey and the eight host
esses. v
EOLA Honoring Morris
Pierce on his birthday anniver
sary Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schwy-
noch entertained wi'.b a dinner
Sunday. Covers wure placed
for the following relatives and
J friends: Mrs. M. W. Spencer
unu uaugmer or wmamina;
"Mrs. Art Caveness of McMinn-
ville, Mi and Mrs. Lloyd Sev
erens of Salem and the honored
fguert Mr. Pierce and his wife
:and son.
a new color created for MARCH E' alone
Women who are first in fashion will adopt SWEET BUTTER as the
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YW Featured
At Soroptimist
Featuring the luncheon meet
ing for Soroptimist club. Wed
nesday noon at the Golden
Pheasant, was a program about
'the YWCA.
Miss Ellen Sangster, a mem
ber of the club and the young
adult program director for the
YW, presented the resume of
the work at the YW. Miss Betty
Mae Jackson, president of the
Willamette university YW, and
Miss Nancy Whitmore. adviser
for a Y-Teen group, also were
on the program.
The social meeting for the
Soroptimists comes next Wed
nesday evening.
Mounts-Zink
Wedding April 10
At a candlclignt ceremony
Sunday. April 10 at 4 p.m. in
the First Congregational church,
Miss Zella Alaska Zink, daugh
ter of Mrs. George Zink of Port
land, was married to Horace
Hugh Mounts of Denver, Colo.
The Rev. Seth Huntington read
the service.
The bride was given in mar
riage by her mother with Mr.
John S. Matheson of Portland
serving as aisle escort. Her can
dlelight ivory slipper satin gown
was trimmed with a yoke of al
ternated satin and sheer insets
and beading. The gown had a
full length court train. An ivory
satin and sheer braided coronet
held her three tiered full length
veil in place and she carried a
formal bouquet of white roses
centered with an orchid. Mrs
Zink wore a dusty rose gown
and an orchid corsage.
As maid of honor Mrs. John
S. Matheson wore a white gown
and carried pink roses. The
bridesmaids were Miss Jean
Caldwell and Mrs. Lawrance A
Dennis. They wore white gowns
and carried red roses. Herbert
Jonsmde and Mrs. Dennis light
ed the tapers.
Best man was Walter Mounts,
the bridegroom's brother of San
Jose, Calif Ushers were Bruce
Barker and Herbert Jonsrude.
The reception was held in the
church parlors. Mrs. Axel Peter
son and Miss Ruth Meyer pour
ed assisted by Shirley Grover.
Mrs. Elizabeth Higbee served
the cake. Miss Harriet Ness
passed the guest book. The
newlyweds motored to southern
California. They will make their
home in Denver, Colo., after
April 22.
Both are known in Salem as
both are Willamette university
graduates, members of the class
of '47.
THE P.L.E.F. club is to meet
Friday at 8 p. m. at the YWCA
Mrs. Vernon Decatur and Mrs.
Ora McKinzey art to be the
hostesses.
weet $3utler
Miss Emmons
Sets Date
At a party last evening at her
home, Miss Margaret-Jane Em
mons announced September 1
as the date for her marriage to
John Syme, the ceremony to be
an evening one in the First
Presbyterian church.
The party last evening was
given to honor Miss Jeanne
Demytt, who is to be wed June
2 to Harold Gardner. The news
was revealed on a card enclosed
with a gift presented Miss
Demytt. The group honored
Miss Demytt with a shower.
Miss Emmons announced her
engagement last fall to Mr
Syme. The bride-to-be Is the
vy . Luimoni oi oaiem, mr
layme me son oi Mr. ana Airs.
Jampi C Svmi of Parma. Idaho.
Miss Emmons is with the Camp
Fire Girls office here and dur
ing the summer will conduct
Camp Kilowan for the group.
Easter favors and spring flow
ers decorated the Emmons home
for the party. Guests included
Miss Demytt, Misses Jeanne and
Janice Myers, Mrs. Burton A
Myers. Mrs. Ben Creasy, Miss
Corninne Wade. Mrs. Francis T.
Wade, Mrs. William Dunn, Jr ,
Mrs. Juanita Paulus, Mrs. George
Hager. Miss Anita Hager. Mrs.
C. W. Shields, Miss Grace
Shields, Mrs. Robert G. Brady.
Mrs. Robert Siddoway of Port
land, Mrs. C. W. Parker, Mrs
Gerald Robison, Mrs. John
Moritz, Miss Margaret Moritz
Mrs. Carl Roth, Mrs. Henry
Kropp, Mrs. H. J. Hjort, Miss
Marilyn Hjort, Mrs. Carl W
Emmons and Miss Margaret
Jane Emmons.
Betrothal Told
At Oregon City
From Oregon City comes an
nouncement of the engagement
of Miss Evelyn Andt-rson, eld
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
L. F. Barnes of that city, to
Harold L. Leith of Portland
and Gervais.
Miss Anderson is graduate
of Escondida union high school
in California and the los Ange
les City college. Mr. Leith at
tended Gervais and Woodburn
schools. Both were in the ser
vice during the war. Miss An
derson with the WAC medical
corps, Mr Leith as a staff ser-
eant with the Flying Tigers
in China
No wedding date is set, the
couple planning to be wed in
the fall.
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MRS. ALICE RANSFORD
has returned to her home in
Seattle following an extended
visit here with Mrs. Daisy Tate
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MILLINERY
SECOND FLOOR
Plan Workshop
The campus Panhellenlc
group at Willamette university
announces a workshop for Sat
urday, April 23, on the Willam
ette campus.
Registration will be at 9 a m.,
followed by the opening address
to be given by Dan W. Poling,
dean of men at Oregon State
college.
Both actives and alumnae In
Panhellenic groups will take
part in the panel discussions.
At noon will be a recognition
awards luncheon in Lausanne
hall with Dr. G. Herbert Smith,
Willamette university p r e s I -dent,
as speaker."
Mrs. C. R. Nelson, campus
Panhellenic adviser, Is assisting
in arranging the workshop.
WOODBURN A meeting of
the social club of Evergreen
chapter Order of the Eastern
Star, was held Monday evening.
following the regular chapter
meeting with Mrs. Nettle John
son presiding.
Plans were made tc hold a
Hallowe'en dance at the Wood
burn armory In October as a
benefit for the Masonic hall
Mrs. Lois Gaviola was appoint
ed general chairman and other
members of the committee will
be named later. I
Camp Fire
The Elutamda Camp Fire
Girls met with their leader
Mrs. Jasper Button, at the Jason
Lee church, Tuesday Plans were
completed for an overnight
campout on Friday.
At the home of their leader
Mrs.' Lee Thomas, the Johnny
Jump Blue Birds met Monday
Their part in a PTA program
was practised. Later, a wiener
and marshmallow roast was en
joyed. Cherrian Blue Birds with
their leader, Mrs. Emery Wood
met last week, opening with a
prayer by Jenette Rooke. Easter
baskets were made for the
Easter party at their next meet
ing. The meeting was closed
with a friendship circle and
singing of Blue Bird songs.
Morning Blue Birds went on
i
Miss Ryan
Is Engaged
Announcement is made by
Mr and Mrs. William C. Ryan
of the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Sheila Ryan, to
Alfred J Laue, son of Mr. and
Mrs A. C Laue, all of Salem
The wedding will b some
time next winter.
Both young people sre sopho
mores at Willamette university,
majoring in English literature
Al'.MSVILLE The regular
meeting of the auxiliary of
American Legion, Gold Star
post No 175, was neld in the
city hall The group voted to
sponsor an Easter egg hunt
April 14 at 2 p.m. at the War
ren (Bud) Killinger home The
hunt will be limited to toddlers
and the first three grades in
school. Children will meet at
the city hall and go to the Kil
linger home in a body. I
The meeting was adjourned
and the post and auxiliary met
together for refresnments and
dancing.
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At the weekly golf day for
women, Wednesday, Mrs. Ed
ward Roth won in class A; Mrs
Reynolds Allen, class B; and
Mrs. Louis Gerlinger, class C.
A good sized crowd was out
for the day.
Girl News
a mile and half hike with their
leader, Mrs. Leonard Reimann
The hike ended at an ice-cream
store. Community observation
was the key-note.
Soenkl Camp Fire group en
tertained at tea Friday at the
First Christian church with
honor guests their sponsors
Mothers also were invited. Mrs
Roy T. Wright and Mrs. Paul
E. Halloway, sponsoring com
mittee, poured. Committees in
charge were: Nancy Snider and
Karen Thomas, introduction of
guests; Linda Herall and Sue
Shaw, welcoming committee
Joan Wickstrom and Maura
Deeney, program; Karen Thom
as Joan Wickstrom and Nancy
Snider, clean-up. The program
consisted of songs and games.
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Art Exhibit
A striking art exhibit win
ning the acclaim of Salemites
is that of the 20 oils done by
Mrs. B. F. Hyde of Tacoma and
now up in the Elfstrom art gal
leries. The invitational opening
was held Wednesday afternoon
The exhibit is open to the pub
lic for the next two weeks.
The simplicity in form and
the bold treatment of exact sub
ject matter are appealing in this
collection. One painting is call
ed a "White Barn." And that is
exactly what It Is. There is no
thing else in the picture, not
even a suggestion of a cloud In
the bit of sky above to distract
the onlooker from the object
the white barn. In other words
there Is not a fan or a cabbage
leaf or a grotesque face or an
odd animal thrown in for any
effect. It's a white barn and a
good looking one.
Brilliant coloring, but not the
kind to make you see spots and
many other colors after looking
at the pictures, is another pleas
ing feature. Take the painting
"Bridge - San Francisco." It's
really the San Francisco bridge
standing out in perfect form
and In a beautiful shade of or
ange. Or. the picture "Hood
Canal" with a pretty shade of
yellow for the boats.
It's a refreshing exhibit, It is
especially if you are one of
those mumbling about modern
art and what is it?
Mrs. Hyde was here for the
opening and was genuinely
pleased with the reception giv
en the exhibit. Other out-of
town visitors included Mrs. An
toine Labbe and Mrs. Thomas
Robertson, both of Portland
and Mrs. Charles Hyde, who
flew down from Tacoma espe
cially for the exhibit.
Tea was served in the Gift
Box quarters adjacent to the art
galleries. MLF
BUENA VISTA Buena Vista
Woman's club met with Mrs.
Mae Drazdoff and Mrs. Wanda
Ward as hostesses. Twenty-sev
en answered roll rail with a
description of an "unusual
plant." Mrs. Opal Graber and
Mrs. Elma Hultman had charge
of the plant sale, a benefit for
a 4-H scholarship to summer
school at Oregon State college
The Rea Cross drive was com
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Salem's Newsst Shoe Store for Womea
pleted with $32 turned In. Vic
tor Bride Is having a registered
Jersey dairy herd sale May 7
and asked the club to serve
lunch. The club voted to do so.
Tuesday night the Independence
Chamber of Commerce present
ed a program at the hall here
and a dutch auction was held
proceeds to be given the Wom
an's club
Mrs. Opal Graber, extension
chairman told of plans for a
county extension meeting in
Monmouth April 14, and also
appointed helpers. The after-
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inoon program was given by
Mrs. Hazel Wells telling of a
three month trip this winter to
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HONORING Miss Geraldine
Ann Majeski, who is to be mar
ried this month to James Roger
White, Mrs. L. E. Weeks is en
tertaining this evening at a
shower at her home, 24 being
invited. A late supper will fol
low the informal hours.
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