Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, December 28, 1953, Page 8, Image 8

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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. Salem. Oregoa
Miss Roseberry Is Bride
An all-white letting wu ar--anged
for the wedding of Miss
Slois Arden Roseberry and
Paul O. Jewell, Sunday after
noon in the First Methodist
:hurch.
White chrysanthemums and
:andles decked the church
front for the service.
The bride is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. George G. Rose
berry and Mr. Jewell is the son
' af Rev. and Mrs. Orlando Jew
: ell of Kennewick. Wash.
The service was at 4 o'clock.
Officiating were the two fath
ers. Dr. Reberry and the Rev,
Mr. Jewell. Miss Coralie
Doughton was soloist and Josef
Schnelker was organist. Light
ing the candles were Miss Anne
Mellis and Miss Linda Gragg,
both wearing rose colored
frocks.
The bride wore a dress of
white satin with a tulle bouf
fant overskirt and train. The
bode and sleeves were of rose
point lace, pearls enhancing
the yoke and neckline. The fin
gertip veil was arranged from
a hat of satin and lace sprin
kled with pearls. For her flow
ers, the bride carried a cascade
bouquet of white roses with
white orchid in the center. Dr.
Roseberry gave his daughter in
marriage.
Miss Coralie Roseberry wu
, honor attendant for her aister.
. The bridesmaids were Mrs.
! William Christensen and Mrs.
. Willis Browne of Richland,
1 Wash., sister of the bride
I groom.
i All three attendants wore
.identical frocks of blue satin
with overskirts of net and bo
dices and jackets of silver bro-
Ip.Ha All rarriH raxrari ar.
' rangements of red roses and '
white chrysanthemums. j
! Robert Jewell was best man
for his brother.
I Willis Browne and Ivan '
' Corner ushered. j
I The bride's mother wore a
rose lace dress with corsage
of purple orchids. The bride
' groom's mother wore a brown
lace dress with corsage of pur
ple orchids.
The receo,t ion was in the Car-
rier room of the church. All
j white flowers were used in dec-
Mrs. Brooks H. Moore. Pour
ing were Mrs. Ernest Goulder
and Mrs. G. Herbert Smith.
Assisting were Miss Dorothea
Gearhart, Miss Linda Gragg,
Miss Anne Mellis, Miss Judy
Salem Chiropractic
Clinic
Phyiiotherophy
Electrotheraphy
Colon Irrigation
X-Ray
Phone 2-6820 for Appointment
Dr.J.L.AMbin Open Dally, 9 tin 6-Situr day till Now
Nerve and Bona
specialist 1225 South Commercial
Vital
Organs
An
Controlled
Through
Nerves
Miss White
Wed Sunday
Detroit Miss Marlene White,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis
J. White of Detroit, wat wed
to Robert Lee Budlong, ion of
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Budlong of
Salem Sunday, December 27,
at 4 o'clock at the Detroit
Church of Christ, with the Rev.
Richard Hake of Eugene of
ficiating. Attending the couple were
Miss Mary Gordon of Idanha,
maid of honor, and the bride's
brother, James White, as best
man. Otis White gave his
daughter away. Four-year-old
David White served as ring
bearer, and two young nieces
of the bride and bridegroom,
Kathleen White and Mary Ann
Cherrier. respectively, were
flower girls. Mary Lou and Su
san Moore lighted the candles
at the beginning of the cere
mony. Ushers were Clifford
White and Ralph Budlong.
The bride wore a waltz-length
white net frock with satin
Jacket and a pearl-encrusted
tiara from which fell a hem
length veil. She carried a cas
cade of red roses.
A picture of Christ formed
the background for the service.
The church was decorated with
pink and white snapdragons.
Wedding music was provided
by Mrs. Ruth Skidmore at the
piano. Stanley White sang.
Mrs. Skidmore, accompanied
by Arlene Cox, of Eugene,
of Eugene, played a violin solo.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was arranged in the
church. In charge of the recep
tion and of the guest book was
Mrs. Ralph Budlong of Mill
City. Mrs. Earl Parker and Mrs.
Clarence Costa served the cake.
Mrs. Eldon White poured.
Out of town guests attending
the evenj were ' the bride's
grandmother, Mrs. Annie White
of OrovlUe, Calif.; Mr. and
Mrs. Eldon White and family
of Claremont, Calif.; the bride
groom' parent!, Mr. and Mrs.
Percy E. Budlong of Salem;
Mrs. Hazel Hansard, Salem; Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Costa and
family, Salem; Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Cherrier and family, Ea
lem; Harry Budlong, Salem;
Miss Irma Pullim, Salem; Mr.
and Mrs. I. M. Lien and Dor
othy Lien, Eugene; Mr. and
Mrs. Z. M. Cox, Arleen and
Wendell Cox, Eugene; James
White, Eugene; and Miss Kazi
Inuzuka, Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Budlong will
leave January 4 for Bremerton,
Wash., where Mr. Budlong will
be stationed with the Navy.
Club Party
Lebanon One of the larger
holiday partiea was that of the
Lebanon Business and Profes
sional Women's club who met
Wednesday at St. Martin's par
ish hall.
After the 6:45 dinner, Christ
mas selections were played by a
high school cornet trio.
A gaily decorated Christmas
tree was a center of attraction.
Red tapers, holly and other hol
iday favors were used on the
tables.
Arranging the dinner were
Mrs. E. Lawrence Smith, chair
man, Mrs. Raymond Downing,
Mrs. Orville Jones, Mrs. David
E. Reid and Mrs. R. G. McKin
ney. Hostess at the fireside meet
ing on January S, will be Mrs.
J. C. Booth.
Monday. Decern!.
1951
never used such
fine fuel,
4s
CAPITOL LUMBERCO"
PHOMt .aoi
Fullager, Miss Carol Emerson,
all of Portland.
For traveling the bride wore
a gray wool dress with black
accessories, a red coat and
white orchid corsage. After a
trip to Mt. Hood, the couple
will go back to Evanston, 111.,
both to resume their work at
Garrett Biblical Institute.
COLORADO
PAN-SAN
at the
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Prices Good thru Thurs. '
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Wax Paper
125 Feet
17 2 for 33
Toiletry Limit Two
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Bubble Bath
3 $100
for A
Toiletry
$3.95 Electric
Heating Pad
3-Speed $98
Control u
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25c Ayon Finger
Nail Clips
5
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each Three
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Reg. $1.00
Tussy
Wind ond Weather
Lotion
CtfV Plus
Tax
Toiletry
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Home Permanent
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asp
Tax
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Reg. 15c
Crayolas
10
Box ol
16 Colors
Variety
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Zipper Around Edge
Variety
79
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PLASTIC TRUCKS
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MARGARINE
Colored
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160 HQ
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We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities
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CLOSED FRIDAY,
JANUARY 1
NEW YEAR'S DAY
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Assorted styles and colors
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LADIES'
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Broken Sizes.
29
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Well Styled Wool Suits
to 59.95 Broken Sizes
Popular Colors.
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100 Wool Suits Regular Values
69.95 Limited Selection Most
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Long line styles Reguk"
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Just a Few at This Reduced Clearance
Price Values to 14.95
Broken Sizes.
3988 mr
5" W
7" m
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