Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, May 26, 1949, Page 7, Image 7

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Alumni Day
Univerity of Oregon, Eugene,
(Special) Alumni Day on the
University ot Oregon campus
has been designated as Satur
day, June is. j.o De neia in con
junction with the university.'s
seventy-second annual com
mencement, the activities of the
day will be centered around the
reunion meetings of five classes.
The fiftieth reunion of the
class of 1899i will be celebrated.
This will be the honored class
at the 1849 commencement. Ar
rangements for the reunion cele
bration are being made by Dr.
Charles Templeton of Marys
ville, Wash., assisted by Miss
Maude Kerns of Eugene.
Chairman of the forty-fifth
reunion of the class of 1904 is
James O. Russell of Turner,
permanent class secretary.
The fortieth reunion of the
class of 1909 will be under the
chairmanship of Mrs. William
Barker of Eugene.
Miss Dorothy Flegel and Miss
Essie McGuire of Portland will
make arrangements of the thir
tieth reunion on members of the
class of 1919.
Chairmanship of the twenty
fifth reunion of the class of 1924
will be held by the class presi
dent, Paul Sayre of Portland.
Assisting htm will be Randall
Jones and W. Lyle Palmer, both
of Portland, and Mrs. Paul Pat
terson, Hillsboro.
Alumni Day activities include
the annual breakfast and meet
ing of the State Association of
University of Oregon Women at
8:30 a. m. in the Eugene hotel,
Mrs. Robert M. Fischer, Jr., Sa
lem, state president, presiding;
a general Alumni association
meeting at 11 a. m.; the Univer
sity luncheon at John Straub
hall at noon; the president's re
ception in Alumni hall, Ger
linger, in the afternoon; and
class dinners at 6 o'clock at
specified places.
Birthday Event
A birthday party was held on
Saturday in honor of the third
birthday of Ernest (Butch) Dill,
ion of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil L. Dill,
at their home.
Refreshments, including a
circus decorated . cake with
threee animals holding candles,
were served to Neil and Mrs.
Curtis Dornhecker of West Sa
lem, Chuck and Mrs. Fenton
Bilyeu of Dallas, Lee and Mrs.
Allan Foster of Silverton, Ran
dy, Mikie and Mrs. Howard
Mills, Paul and Mrs. Darleen
Buckingham, Janice and Mrs.
James Smith, Kathy, Millie and
Mrs. Melvin Haines, Cathy,
Cyndy and Mrs. Earl Shultz
Jerry and Mrs. Howard Men-
denhall, Roy Jones and Mrs. Dill
I all of Salem.
AURORA Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Racette of Aurora were
honored on their 39th wedding
anniversary when friends and
relatives gathered to surprise
them at a buffet luncheon
Shrubs and plants were present
ed to the honored couple for
their yard. Cards were the eve
ning'! diversion with high
cores going to Mrs. Jack Bush
and Mrs. John Rowe, Walter
Pacette and Allois Hillner.
Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Shaver, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Racette, Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Bents. Mr. and Mrs. John
Rowe and daughters, Mr. and
Mrs. Allois Hillner, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Racette and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilles
and Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Pierson, Miss Eileen Pierson.
Miss Diane Pierson, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B Betters, Mr. and Mrs.
Jaek Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Brosseare, Mr. and Mrs. Emlle
Racette, George Rosick and the
MACLEAT Mr. and Mrs.
Milton F. Kephart were hosts at
their home near Silverton to
members of the 4M club and
their husbands for the May
The business meeting was
receded by a no host supper
After the business meeting 500
w was in play with high score go
ing to Mrs. Harry Martin Jr.,
and Onle L. Martin.
This was the last meeting of
the season. Present were Mr
and Mrs. Raymond Werner, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Martin br., Mr
and Mrs. Harry Martin Jr., Mr
and Mrs. Onie Martin and Mr
and Mrs. Kephart.
To Graduate
Miss Darln PnrirtieUw
j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. j!
roarasky of Salem, will receive
the degree of bachelor of music
from Marvlhurst coUese An
June 3. Commencement exer
cises will be held at a n m
Judge Hall S. Lusk, chief Jus-
nee of the state supreme court,
Will be SDeaker fnr th rtfainn
Miss Podrasky is a member of
me campus music society and
tne two choral groups, Treble
Triad and the Choralists.
Wedding Saturday
Sublimity St. Boniface Cath
olic church in Sublimity was the
scene of a wedding Saturday
morning at 9:30 when Miss
Mary Louise Kasten, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George Kasten,
was wed to Herman Breiten
stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
ihe double ring ceremony
was performed by the bride
groom's brother, Father Stephen
Breitenstein of St. Stephen's par
ish in Portland. The altar was
beautifully decorated in pink
and white.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her father, wore a
gown of white slipper satin with
a French lace bodice. Her elbow
length veil was held in place
with a coronet of seed pearls.
The bride carried a bouquet1
of pink rosebuds and white
stephenotis. Miss Frances Kas
ten, sister of the bride, was maid
of honor wearing a gown of pink
taffeta with a skirt of net, and
carrying a nosegay of pink rose
buds and white carnations.
Miss Rosemary Breitenstein,
sister of the bridegroom, was
bridesmaid and wore a gown of
pink taffeta and also carried a
nosegay of pink rosebuds and
white carnations.
Walter Breitenstein, brother
of the bridegroom, was best man
and Gerald Heuberger was ush
er. The wedding dinner was pre
pared and served to the families
by Mrs. Cecelia Ditter, Mrs. Ida
Hartman and Misses Patricia
Ditter, Jeanne Ruef, Rosella
Heuberger, Marita Zuber and
Claudia Bentz. A reception fol
lowed from 2 to 4.
For going away the bride
chose a pink gown with white
After a wedding trip east the
couple plan on making their
home in Salem.
LYONS Mrs. Russell Wil
son honored her mother, Mrs
Floyd Boyington of Salem with
a party at her home. The Boy'
ingtons recently returned from
a winter's vacation at Peters
burg, Ha., and plan to move
there in the fall.
Honoring Mrs. Boy 1 n g t o n
were Mesdames Will Carter, Lu
ther Stout, Chet Blum and Miss
Lois Blum of Stayton, Mrs. Alex
Bodeker of Lyons, Mesdames
John Allen, Bob Draper, Charlie
Crook, Raymond Branch, Jack
Teeters, . Jack Ryland, Vern
Goodell, Ercille Wilson, Roy
Philippi, Larry Kimsey, Charlie
Boucne, Harry Monroe, Barney
Kirsch, Elmer Taylor, Giles
Wagner, Keith Phillips, Earl
Wolfkeil, Mrs. Pearl Dake
Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes, Mrs. Eva
Crook and Mrs. Jennie Moe.
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Miss Highberger
Feted at Shower
Aumsville Mrs. Roy Tulllns
and Mrs. Ed Farmen were host'
esses for a surprise bridal show,
er for Miss Verjeanne Highber
ger at the Omar Roberts, sr.
home. Miss Highberger is to be
married May 30 to Joe Dough
erty of Salem. After games re
freshments were served, the
cake, decorated In green and
white having the names Jeanie
and Joe on each piece. The
serving table was centered with
two large wedding bands with
a wedding bell and bridal couple
in the center.
Those honoring Miss Highber
ger were Mesdames Don Blades,
Lester Perry, Lester Browning,
Irving Palmer, Tony Weissen-
fels, Lester Ellis, Luther Wright,
Charles Wright, Melvin Glldon,
Bill Roberts, Lee Highberger
Joe Watson, Virgie Bradley,
Dewey Briles, Clarence Zuber,
Phillip Albus, Fred Albus, Omer
Roberts, Jr., Ralph Fough, Omer
Roberts, sr., Bland Speer, John
Mertz, Bill Hermans, John Al
bus, Connie Roberts, Sam
Wright, J. E. Towle, Ed Zwick
N. P. Kremer, Ivan Putnam, J
M. Fisher, Wesley Schrunk, N
J. Heuberger, John Heuberger,
Mary Hein, Ethel Wright, Mae
Lamb, Miss Rosemary Dough'
erty and Miss Grace Richards.
Piano Recital
Thursday Evening
A group of piano pupils of
Mrs. James S. Smart will appear
in recital this evening, the pro
gram to be at the country home
of Mrs. James W. Mott at Zena
at 8 o'clock. J. P. Smart will
sing a group of songs during the
The piano pupils taking part
in the recital are Patty Lou Wor
ral, Allan Meissner, Kennie
Ruth Carlson, Ruth Carleson
and Beverly Mott.
Parents of the children have
been invited. Refreshments will
be served, Mrs. Kenneth Carlson
to pour and Mrs. Julius Meissnar
to serve the cake.
An interesting program has
been arranged for the meeting
of the Salem branch, Ameri
can Association oi university
Women, Friday evening In Bax
ter hall, senior women of Willa
mette university to be guests.
Three foreign students in the
political science department at
the University of Oregon will te
presented In a panel. They in
clude Manucher Goodarzi from
Iran, Miss Christian Beylier of
Paris and Miss Pearl
dent from Shanghai, China. A
dance will be presentee, oy tne
Neil brothers, Jerry and Gary.
A social will follow.
Hart, daughter ot Mrs. Sylvia
Hart of Portland, formerly cf
Salem, and Randall Kenneth
Bargelt of Portland were mar
ried Saturday, May 21 at the
Grace Memorial Episcopal
church. Both are graduates of
University of Oregon where she
is a member of Phi Beta Phi and
he is affiliated with Phi Delta
The bride is a niece of Mrs.
Frank Wright ot Woodburn. At
tending the wedding were Mr.
and Mrs. Wright and Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Enos of Woodburn.
Mrs. Enos poured at the recep
tion which followed the cere
mony. The couple will make
their home in Portland,
Rebekah Meeting
An all musical program was
featured following the regular
meeting of Salem Rebekah
lodge, Monday evening, Includ
ed were the Wlltsey Studio
Melodets,". with their accord!
ns, William C. Drakely with
songs, and Arthur McEldowney,
with the violin.
Of interest to those who were
unable to attend was the report
by Mrs. Lloyd Wood on the 82nd
annual grand lodge session which
was held last week In North
Bend. With Mrs. Wood's report
came word that the Salem lodge
placed first in the number of
seals of perfection earned, and
second in community service.
Miss Hazel Price, Mrs. W. H.
Gardner, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Gus-
tav Erikson, Mrs. W. J. Beard,
Mrs. Clarence Townsend, Mrs.
W. A. Cladek, Mrs. Coral Mc
Neill, Mrs. John Wiles, Mrs. Vic
toria Stiffler, Mrs. Charley Neu-
bauer, and Mrs. Clem Ohlson,
who participated in the tribute
to the past state presidents at
the North Bend meetings gave a
review of the drill as they had
presented it.
Activities of the week as an
nounced include: The Ladies
auxiliary to the Patriarchs Mill
tant, Thursday, at 8 p.m. at the
IOOF temple; the Three Links
club, Friday, at 2 p.m. at the
IOOF temple.
Following Monday's meeting
and program, refreshments were
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Years Saturday
An informal open house Is
planned for 6 p. m. Saturday at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Lengele, 86S South 13th
honoring them on the occasion
of their 5th wedding anniver
sary. The couple were married In
Coverson, Neb. In 1884 and have
lived in Salem for 60 years. Six
of their 11 living children re
side in Salem, including Mrs.
Rosie Nichols, Mrs. Ella Wilcox,
Bert Lengele, Mrs. Mae Scott,
Teddy Lengele, and Mrs. Myrtie
Crabtree. Their other five chil
dren are Mrs. Sylvia Vert and
Mrs. Gladys Welcome of Ta-
coma; Arthur, Marvin and
Theodore Lengele of Bend.
There are 35 grandchildren, 21
great grandchildren and two
great great grandchildren.
BETHEL Donald Sandau of
St. Louis, Mo., who will be mar
ried to Miss Minalee Spranger
on Sunday, June 12, arrived in
Salem on Sunday. His father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Sandau, and his sister and her
family, Mr. and Mrs. O. M
Frentzel and Donald Frentzel,
all of St. Louis, drove west with
Mrs. Sandau (Anna Bartels)
lived on the Bartels old home
farm near Macleay as a girl
where the visitors are now the
guests of her brother, Herman
Bartels. They plan to spend the
summer among their relatives
the Irvin Bartels family. Mrs.
Arthur Spelbrink and family
and Miss Hilda Bartels.
Aid With Sale I
Several organizations are as
sisting the American Legion
auxiliaries with their annual
poppy sale this Friday and Sat
urday. Groups assisting include
American War Mothers, Gold
Star Mothers, Eagles auxiliary.
Catholic Daughters of America,
Disabled American Veterans
auxiliary. Woman's Relief corps,
Salem Letter Carriers' auxiliary.
Capital Unit No. 9, American
Legion auxiliary, is serving a
luncheon Friday at 11 a. m. in
the First Methodist church for
all volunteers assisting with the
sale, reports Mrs. Ethel Lewis,
sale chairman. Mrs. Edward
Voigt, Mrs. John E. Wood, Mrs.
Earl Andresen, Mrs. George
Gabriel, Mrs. Klony Smith and
Mrs. Clark M. Craig are the com
mittee In charge of the luncheon
cugene, (special) A new
pledge of Theta Sigma Phi, na
tional women i Journalism fra
ternity, is Miss Margaret Scand
ling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
W. E. Scandling. 584 N. Twen-
iv-iirsi st., saiem. She was
pledged last week on the Uni
versity of Oregon campus at the
annual formal Matrix Table of
Theta Sigma Phi. Miss Scand
ling is a sophomore journalism
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Plan Guest Day
Aumsville The Aumsville
Woman's club met at the home
of Mrs. Ivan Putnam. Plans
were made for a guest day on
June 10 at the Aumsville school
gymnasium. Mrs. Hugh Craig
appointed the following com
mittees for the affair: entertain-
mer Klein and Mrs. Ed. Holm-
quist; decorations, Mrs. Bland
Spear, Mrs. Chas. Wright, Mrs.
Ivan Putnam and Miss Minnie
Peterson; refreshments, Mrs
Roy Hough, Mrs. Guy Shields
Mrs. George White and Mrs.
James Miller; hospitality, Mrs.
Mary Hein and Mrs. J. E. Towle.
Following an Informal social
hour refreshments were served
by the hostess to Mesdames
Bland Speer, Mae Lamb, Ed.
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