Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, May 25, 1949, Page 6, Image 6

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    Capital Women
((Capital Journal, Salems Ore., Wednesday, May 25, 1949
Planned for
Approach June linds more
nd more entertaining for
brides-elect and tne June cal
endar ii profusely dotted 'with
wedding dates, and many are
marked for July and Augusi.
For Miss Cooley
Miss Margaret Jane Cooley,
who is to be married August 6
to John Philip Maulding of Til
lamook, will be honored at a
tea for which Mrs. Eugene I
Foster will be hostess next Wed
nesday. For Miss McKay
Miss Mary Lou McKay, youn
ger daughter of Governor and
Mrs. Douglas McKay, who is to
be married July 23 to Lester a.
Green of Eugene, will be hon
ored at a luncheon and miscel
laneous shower for which Mrs.
G. Frederick Chambers, Miss
Dorothea Steusloff and Mrs. E.
M. Page will entertain Thurs
day, June 2, at the Chambers
Fete Miss Hughlett
Honoring Miss Ruth Hughlett,
who is to be married June 11 to
Bob Lee Smith of Portland, Mrs.
L. K. Lawrence and her daugh
ter, Mrs. Dale Pence, are to en
tertain Thursday evening at a
miscellaneous shower and late
supper at the Lawrence home.
Invited for the affair are Miss
Hughlett, her mother, Mrs. H
W. Hughlett, and her sister, Mrs.
X. A. Peterson: Miss Charlotte
Reeves, Mrs. William E. Hill
Miss Beverly Nelson, Miss Lor-
aJne Poindexter, Miss Barbara
Halvarson, Miss Marianne Bone
steele, Mrs. Herbert Applington,
Miss Sharon Hoxie, Mrs. R
Brooks Beckford, Mrs. W. A.
Reeves, Mrs. Grant Fallin, Mrs.
Reed Carter and the two host
esses. Honor Miss Nelson
Mrs. E. H. Kennedy is to be
hostess Friday evening at a
party and shower for Miss Eliz
abeth Nelson, who is to be mar
ried in late June to Scott Adams.
A crystal and china shower
will be given for Miss Nelson
and a late supper will be serv
ed. Twenty of the honoree's
friends have been invted.
The Adams-Nelson wedding is
to be June 25.
For Bride-Elect
Woodburn Mrs. Paul Addle
was hostess at a pre-nuptial
shower Sunday at her home
honoring Miss Elfreda Davis,
whose marriage to Arthur
Shane will be an event of June
Guests invited for the pleas
ure of Miss Davis were Misses
Yvonne, Doris and Ann Addie,
Mrs. Lena Davis, Miss Carolyn
Davis, Miss Hazel Smolnisky,
Mrs. Donnlee Hansen and son,
Mrs. James Glass and daughter,
Mrs. Irene Nelson and daughter,
Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. Marie Cho
quette, Mrs. Ila Ziebart, Mrs.
Elfreda Shaffer of Texas, Mrs
Lena Timpte of South Dakota,
Miss Arvis Applegale, Mrs. Har
ry Kestell, Mrs. Fred Miller,
Miss Effie Sargent, Mrs. Alice
Sargent and daughter; Mrs. L.
M. Johnson, Miss Greta John
son, Mrs. Fairy DeRoshe of
Brooks, Mrs. J. H. Fisher, Mrs.
Clarence Plank. Mrs. William
Addie of Port Townsend, Wash.
Woman's elub invitations are in
the mail for guests to attend the
Thursday evening program, at
the First Christian church, at 8
The ceremonial of ttie rnsr
will be featured. New members
are to be initiated and new offi
cers installed. A social hour fol
lows the program in the church
Mrs. Allan Foster, retiring
president, is official hostess.
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Honor Seniors
High school graduates who
belong to the First Evangelical
United Brethren church will be
guests Saturday evening at a 6
o'clock dinner at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Nick LeRud in the
Keizer district.
The graduates are Miss Lorna
Riggs, Miss Lois Stevens, Miss
Inez Hovey, Miss Leota Nut
brock, Miss Darlene Gortmakcr
Miss Lolita Taylor, Deryl Pet-
ers, Ronald Barnick, Norvill
Hilfiker, Lome LeRud, Jack
Rev. and Mrs. Wilmer Brown
also are bidden to the dinner,
also Miss Phyllis and Glen Le
Of Interest to Salem friends
is announcement of the engage
ment of Miss Ella Lee Carlson
of Portland to George Webster
Ross, Jr. of Bend, formerly of
The news was revealed re
cently on the Oregon State col
lege campus where both are
students. Miss Carlson is a mem
ber of Alpha Chi Omega sor-
ority on the campus. Mr. Ross
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W
Ross, formerly of Salem, and
is a member of Phi Delta Theta
at the college.
No plans are announced for
the wedding, but it is expected
to be an event of next spring.
DUV Event
The Sons of Union Veterans
and auxiliary were entertained
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Garrett for dinner and
a social evening. Special guests
were the Commander in Chief
of the Grand Army of the Re
public Theodore Penland of
Portland; the national president
of the auxiliary, to the Sons of
Union Veterans, Mrs. Lena Bar
rett, and Dr. Barrett of Hunt
ington Park, Calif.
Other guests were Mrs. Alta
Chlarson, president of the Port
land auxiliary; Mrs. Lois
Huddleston, department patri
otic instructor who presented
the traveling flag: Mrs. Ida Mc
Kee, Mrs. Rosetta Buchanan,
Mr. and Mrs. Baugh, all of Port
land; Mrs. Hester Cook and Mrs.
Cliff Kern of Vancouver and
Mrs. Zellah Lindgrin of Seattle,
Members of Salem Camp and
auxiliary present were Mr. and
Mrs. Glenn Adams, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Hoevet, Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Reilly, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Hagedorn, Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Prescott, Mr. and Mrs.
L. P. Bennett and guest, Mrs.
Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Birch, Mr. and Mrs. W. Bigger
staff, Mrs. Agnes Coenenberg
and daughter Helen, Mr. John
Robins, Mrs. Lura Tandy. Mrs.
Blanche Stuart, Mrs. Alma Mc
Whorter, Mrs. Margaret Fessen
den, Mrs. Lulu Boring, Mrs
Tyler, Mrs. Edna Waterman,
and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs.
TRI-Y Mothers club is meet
ing for a no-host luncheon
Thursday noon in the YWCA.
There will be election of officers.
Tea Honors
Miss Reimann
Honoring Miss Mary Rei
mann, who is to be married
June 1 1 to Oscar C. Christensen,
Jr., Mrs. Oscar C. Christensen
is to entertain this coming Sat
urday at a tea at her home.
More than 100 guests have
been invited between the hours
of 2 and S o'clock, guests being
from Monmouth and other ci
ties, as well as from Salem.
Receiving with the hostess
and honoree will be Miss Rei
mann's mother, Mrs. Leo Rei
mann. Pouring will be Mrs. J. B.
Lawrence, Mrs. H. W. Morlan,
Miss Katherine Arbuthnot, Miss
Maude MacPherson, Mrs. Pearl
Heath and Mrs. Florence Hutch
ison, all of Monmouth.
Assisting at the tea will be
Mrs. Jack Stump and her daugh
ter, Miss Margaret Stump, of
Monmouth, Mrs. V. V. Caldwell
of Portland, Miss Shirlee Rei
mann, sister of the honoree, and
the two daughters of the hostess,
Misses Ardis Ann and Marne
Invitations Out
Invitations for the wedding
of Miss Reimann and Mr. Chris
tensen were received in the mail
Tuesday. The ceremony is to be
at 8 p.m. June 11 in the First
Baptist church, the reception
following also to be in the
VFW Auxiliary
District Meeting
Marion auxiliary. Veterans of
Foreign Wars, was host for a
district meeting Monday eve
ning with the district president,
Mrs. Clara Tokstad of Silverton,
Department officers present
were Mrs. Stanley Tripp .de
partment senior vice president;
Mrs. Arwin Strayer, department
junior vice president; Mrs. Rus
sell Mudd, past department pre
sident; Mrs. Virgil Bolton, as
sistant musician.
Auxiliaries represented were
Silverton, Fennimore of Mt. An
gel, Meadowlark and Marion of
Salem. Semi-annual reports
were given by the presidents of
each auxiliary.
Mrs. Eva Tucker, past presi
dent of Beaver Navy auxiliary,
was presented her past presi
dent's pin by Mrs. Irwin Bryan,
also a past president of that
Mrs. Tripp gave a report on
the visit of the national presi
dent to Portland, also asked that
all membership chairmen work
on membership. A large part of
the work is hospital and reha
bilitation. To carry on with this
work, all members are urged to
assist in the buddy poppy sale
Friday and Saturday, May 27
and 28 with headquarters in the
basement of Elfstrom's store.
All proceeds received from
these sales are used for hospital
work and rehabilitation begin
ning with the disabled veteran
who makes these little red flow
ers in the Veteran hospital and
are paid for their work. A sub
stantial sum of the money de
rived from these sales is kept
by the local post and auxiliary
for work in this community
Anyone who can assist with this
sale Is asked to phone Mrs. Mar
vin Miller, 2609S.
All members are asked to at
tend services at the First Pres
byterian church, May 29, at
10:45 and to participate in the
parade May 30, and to meet at
Marion Square at 10:30.
Following the meeting the
auxiliaries joined the posts for
a no-host lunch served by Mrs.
Maude Olson. Mrs. Walter Beck,
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Recent Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Holzman were
married in early May, the bride being the former Mae Belle
Burns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. Burns of Sil
verton. Mr. Holzman is the son of Mr, and Mrs. George
Holzman of Hubbard. The couple will live at Nashville, Ore.
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Miss Wade
Tells Date
A July wedding is planned by
Miss Corinne Wade, who has
announced Friday, July 15 as
date for her marriage to Rich
ard H. Kuhn of Portland.
The ceremony will be sol
emnized in the First Congrega
tional church at 8:30 o'clock.
Miss Wade is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. Wade,
a member of the Salem Spin
sters club and a former student
at Oregon State college where
she is a member of Chi Omega
Mr. Kuhn is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry V. Kuhn of
Portland. He is a graduate of
Oregon State and a member of
Delta Tau Delta.
The engagement of the couple
was announced this past winter.
IN THE DALLES last week
end were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Apple. They attended the grad
uation of their granddaugnter,
Miss Elizabeth Ann Apple, from
high school and also witnessed
her selection as a royal princess
for "Miss The Dalles" in the
coming Portland rose festival.
Miss Apple attended Salem
schools until last year. ,
HOSTESSES to their study
club Tuesday were Mrs. G.
Frederick Chambers and Miss
Dorathea Steusloff. They en
tertained the group at their
beach home at Pacific City. Mrs.
Chambers and Miss Steusloff
returned last evening after
spending a few days at their
beach home.
Mrs. Eleanor Carty, Mrs. Bobbie
Beall, Mrs. Dal Brooks, Mrs.
Joe Hornnefer and Mrs. Gene
vieve Olson.
Social Meeting
The social meeting for the
Meadowlark auxiliary, Veterans
of Foreign Wars, will be held
Wednesday evening at the home
of Mrs. Lyle Brown.
Attending the recent district
meeting for the VFW groups
from Meadowlark auxiliary
were Mrs. Bill Kelso, Mrs. Wil
bur Wieprecht, Mrs. Joe Hop
kins, Mrs. Robert Norris, Mrs.
Gordon Bressler, Mrs. James
Nominations Listed
Silverton Mrs. C. E. Hig
inbotham was nominated for
president of Delbert Reeves unit
No. 7, American Legion auxil
iary, at the Monday evening's
meeting in the first report of the
nominating committee which
includes Mrs. John Demas. Mrs.
Roscoe Reeves and Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Higinbotham has made
an all-time unit record as first
vice president and membership
chairman in exceeding the quo
ta for 1949 membership by al
most 60 members. She has been
active in the work of the unit
for many years.
Other nominations are; For
first vice president, Mrs. Wes
ley Grogan; second vice presi
dent, Mrs. Mayo Robison; for
secretary, Mrs. Frank M. Por
ter; for treasurer, Mrs. George
Towe; for sergeant - at - arms,
Mrs. Fred Evans, and members
of the executive committee,
Mrs. Reta Maulding, Mrs. Victor
Howard and Mrs. Roy Brown.
PYTHIAN Sisters club Is
meeting this evening at the
home of Mrs. Dora Stanton,
1764 Market street, at 8 o'clock.
Miss Elsie Snook and Mrs.
Richard S. Casteel are co-hostesses
for the meeting.
Weddings Set
Graduation and wedding
dates are on the calendars for
two Salem girls attending St.
Vincent hospital college of nurs
ing. Miss Dessa Lee Holmes,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ever
ett Holmes and Miss Jacqueline
Torgerson, daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Albert J. Torgerson, will
receive their bachelor of science
degrees as well as their regist
ered nurse titles at graduation
events for Portland university
and the St. Vincent hospital
college of nursing next Sunday,
May 29.
Miss Holmes has announced
July 10 as the date for her mar
riage to Don Scheelar, son of
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Scheelar, Sa
lem, the wedding to be in the
St. Mark Evangelical Lutheran
church here that date.
Miss Torgerson has set June
26 as date for her marriage to
Don Sommer, son of Mrs. Clara
Sommer of Salem.
Piano Recital
The piano pupils of Miss Alice
Arnold will appear in recital
at 7:30 o'clock Friday at the
Roberts studio. The interested
public is invited to attend.
The following students will
participate: Mary Ann Oder-
matt, Denis Derksen, Bobby
Crowe, Ronnie Crenshaw, Sher-
nl Anne Boyd, Macy Hadley,
Dorothy Ann Nickel, Katherine
Hutchengs, Darwin Blake, Don
na Mae Haugen, Jerry Megert,
Lynn Morey, Mildred Veer,
Nancy Owens, Garth Miller, Em
ily Crowe, Evelyn Drummond,
Doris .Reynolds, Janet Reimer,
Janice Hogue and Betty Lou
TURNER Mrs. Brutus Ash
croft (Emma Keene), was guest
of honor at a party at the Man.
uel Keene home when her sis.
ter, Mrs. Elsie Miller, entertain,
Guests were Mesdames Har
ris, Mickenham, Mellis, Brown
Mitchell, Bones, Stewart, Scha-
fer, Grim, Miller, Keene, Misses
Mary Harris, Hazel Mickenham.
During the evening, Master
Gary Keene was host to Ellwood
Mellis, Delbert Harris and
Emma Jean Ashcroff.
Business Women
Meet Tuesday
The future of American me
dicine was discussed for the
Business and Professional Wom
en's club last evening by Dr. W.
W. Baum. He outlined pros and
cons on federal control of medi
cine and discussed what such
control would mean to the Ame
rican people and their way of
At the business meeting re
ports were given from the re
cent state convention held in
Salem. Also a sum of $15 was
voted to the YWCA for a sum
mer campship.
Plans were announced for
presentation of the emblem ce
remony at the June 14 meeting
and for installation at the June
dinner meeting.
For beauty training, ex
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