Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, April 12, 1947, Page 8, Image 8

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heresa Muronv is
Bride Of Monday
. A pretty spring wedding was that of Theresa Murphy, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C. Murphy of 432 North Tenth street,
and Edward Calhoun, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Calhoun, also
of this city, which took place on Monday morning, April 7, at
9 o'clock.
The Rev. Father T. P. Casey read the ceremony at Sacred
Heart Catholic church, which was lighted by many tall tapers.
The altar was banked with woodwardia fern, Easter lilies, calla
lilies and other spring blooms.
Elaine Abbott played the traditional wedding music, as the
bridal party entered the church,
and she accompanied Patricia i n.
aprague River
O'Leary who sang "Ave Maria,'
and Ellen O Kecfe, singing
"Panis Angelicus."
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride chose a gown
of imported French eyelet mar
quisette over satin. The full
skirt ended in a long train.
Sleeves were fitted at the wrist
and at the gown's sweetheart
neckline was an insert of Irish
lace, given to the bride by a
close friend, Mrs. Patrick Quin
lan, of this city. Her illusion
net veil fell from a halo of
orange blossoms and lace. A
single strand of pearls was her
only jewelry. She carried a
white missal topped with a
cluster of white gardenias and
long white ribbon streamers.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shadlcy and
family spent Easter with Dr. and
Mrs. Ival Knox of Fort Klamath.
Mr. and Mrs. Abner May and
family motored to Medford to
spend Easter with Mr. and Mrs.
"Curly" Hulsc and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Cammack j
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Almont j
Lehman, Betty Brown, Mary j
Kollman, Hampton and Marvin j
Hampton, all of Rosedale Friends I
church, were Sprague riiver visi
tors. The visitors took complete
charge of the services.
mr. ana mis. muiuz uuu.v
spent the week-end in Klamath i
"Something new" was her visum wnn mr. aim irs.
gown, "something old." the lace u5l-i" nerniM.ii.
insert on her gown, "something Mr. ana airs, itoy oencuei oi
borrowed," her veil, loaned by Lakeview visited 'with Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Conlon. and for Mrs. Frank Nilcs and Mrs. Bud
"something blue she wore the Garrett.
traditional blue garter. ! Thp veison sisters iook charge i
Maid of honor was the bride's
sister, Nancy. Her white mar
quisette gown was trimmed with
pearls and silver braid. A halo
of white ribbon and net with a
crown of white carnations
formed her headpiece. Her arm
bouquet was of white , carna
tions. The three bridesmaids were
sisters of the bride, Mary, home
from Mount St. Mary's college
for the occasion, Joan and Jul
lianne. All wore floor-length
gowns. Headdresses identical
iu mai ui me maia ui iiuiiui
were worn. Their bouquets were
of white carnations and wide
white ribbon.
Best man was Lauren Cal
houn, brother of the groom,
and ushers were Elden Baker,
the groom's brother-in-law, -and
Dean Abbott.
A wedding breakfast was
held immediately after the cere
mony in the Pelican party room,
attended by the families and
close friends of the couple. Mrs.
Jack S. Wilson later served the
pretty wedding cake.
Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun left on
their wedding trip and will be
at home at 441 Trinity street.
For traveling, Mrs. Calhoun se
lected a gray suit of gabardine
with matching accessories and
hat The center cluster from
her bouquet was pinned at the
lapel of her navy top coat.
Capt. Thad Wilson, state high
way patrol, was elected presi
dent of the newly formed rifle
and pistol club. Don Davison,
vice president; Lloyd Tripp, secretary-treasurer.
Dues were set
at $1.50 per year with an initia
tion fee of $2. The next meeting
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of the services held April 3. at
the Sprague River tabernacle,
with a very good service as well
as very good playing and sing
ing. Mrs. Anderson of Klamath
Falls and a friend were present.
Gordon and Marvin Reed of
Medford stopped in for a short
visit with Mrs. Ruth Walker and
April 5 the Pacific college
choir honored Sorague River
with a very nice program and j AN EASTER SUNDAY WEDDING was that of Judith Marie
sacred concert at the Friends , EhrmQn of San Francisco and Frank George Sobczak, read on
Shady Pine club. Scout troop j April 6 at the Klamath Lutheran church. They will reside in
number 34. is sponsoring a ben-: the boy city after a wedding trip in Yosemite National park,
efit dance April 19 with awards, j Miller's,
refreshments, and promises a
good time for all.
Mrs. Don Taylor and
nie spent a few day
rar. ana Airs. u. oigwe. i
Mrs. Clara Karges has returned
home from Whittier. Calif., after
a two months visit with her
daughters, Mrs. Edward Quail.
Mrs. Lester Baldwin and other
d son Don- j H J C I I
Visiting Kites bolemnized
Sunday Afternoon
Wed on Easter Sunday were Judith Marie Ehrman of San
FYanrUrn Calif , daughter of Mrs. Laura Fields of Cleveland. O..
will be held April 14. Everyone ancj Frank Georse Sobczak of this city, in a ceremony read by
interested is asked to attend. , the Rev. S. M. Topness at 4 o'clock, April 6. The bridegroom is
Northern California, 26th dis-. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sobczak of Klamath Falls,
trict PTA convention, will be j The church was lighted with tall white tapers against a back
held Saturdayy, April 12. Aiground cf palms. Easter lilies and snapdragons at the altar. Mrs.
large number of reservations i Arthur Denison played incidental organ music as guests assem-
nave oeen receiveo oy mose m led, and also played the traditional wedding music. Nels Erick-
charge. Mrs. Rollin Brown, pres
ident of the California congress,
will deliver the main address.
Bertie Spicer has purchased
the Art Ingraham interest in the
hardware store of that name.
Lovrll Ingraham. son of the
founder, retains his interest.
Mark Smith has purchased a
one-third interest from John
Hammel in the Farmers Ex
change. Both men are lifelong
residents of Modoc county.
son sang "I Love You Truly" just-
before the bridal party entered
the church. .
The bride was given in mar
riage by Ray Solie, uncle of the
groom. Her gown was of white
nylon taffeta fashioned with a
fitted bodice, net yoke insert and
a lace ruffle at the round neck
line. Her train was full length.
A cap of pearl applique held her
fingertip veil in place. She wore
St. Paul's Scene
Of Faster Rites
Jenny Rlgo, daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. E. Rlgu of Durris, bo
came the bride of Lilys Dale Goodman, son of Mr. tind Mrs, W.
A. Goodman, in an Easter Sunday ceremony rend nt 2 o'clock In
the afternoon at St. Paul's Episcopal church. The Rev. Frederick
C. Wissenbnch read the service.
Calla lilies, plum blossoms mid greens with tupers In can
delabra decorated the altar. Mrs. Sunuicl A. Mushen played the
trttditioniil wedding music and accompanied Mrs. L. V, Urnsseur
who sang' "Because."
The bride wore a gown of white satin with a yoke and shoul
der Inset of lace, a white luce
"nlheV,lrft,tndKkH,ir',raln ' Cl,rolv" Goodman, niece of the
Herlong iTwSs he dTn f f j
with a starched net enp. 'or , "g ' l' .
Jewelry she wore a sniull gold 1 ' ,. uV, ' K '
ero- necklnre mid in hvr Ivm. ' brother of the brute.
SJrt w a Christopher mo- Jlie families and close friends
dallion. Gardenias centered the ! tmv UM AtuZ
arrangement of spring flowers 1 l' which folio wed .A f ter tl e
on her white prayer InTok. : .n"liH
hi it.M.it t, m:w, Kimmih ih. on. .iriniAV, Ai.tii n, mil, I'm 'ui';
ltulentine and Mrs, W, Liimur
Townxend served the cmifectUin,
White tapers In silver liolders
and bouquets of white stock
decorated the U. S. Hulentiiic
home, scene of the reception.
Thev will muko their home In
Little flower girls were UI; Sucraiuento after a wedding trip
sa Bulentine, attired in a win - to Sniitn Cruz, Hollywood and
frock with roses in her hair, anu other California cities.
Bulentine. who was attired in
frock of daffodil yellow with a
close - fitting cup trimmed In
matching net. Her colonial bou
quet was of pink blooms and .
for jewelry a small gold cross
necklace. White carnations,
sweet peas and marguerites
formed her bouquet.
Mrs. Herman Schroder, matron
of honor, was gowned in pink
lace. Mrs. Buford Sparks and :
Mrs. Dale Hayden were the other !
nttonHants nf thit HriHn Mm '
Sparks wore a frock of yellow ! ELSIE MARIA KURNICK became ihe bndo of Samuel Robin
net with lace trim and short son Warren Jr., both of this city, in a ceremony read at the
puffed sleeves, and Mrs. Hayden j First Methodist church on Egster Sundoy. The Rev. Victor
was attired in a similar gown of ' pu:u:oc rooH K innl. ,inn,.,.mnnU
blue net. They carried bouquets
of blue and yellow. Small spring
flowers held their short veils in
plaBce, . c , Indian Wounds
Best man was Alan Sevier of , .
San Francisco, and tishers were: Deputy In Battle
Dale Hayden and Herman TOLEDO. April 12 1. , Brush
Schroder. 'country north of Slletz was
About a hundred guests at-1 searched today for a 29-ycar-old
tended the wedding services and I Indian who fled after the
the reception which was held in wounding of a deputy sheriff in
the church parlors. Mrs. Arthur j a gun battle at the Silctz Indian
Dcnnison was in charge 'of the I settlement.
guest book, and Mrs. Berkeley Sheriff Timothy Wclp said he
Eells served the wedding cake, i and Deputy Jack Waterman
while Mrs. H. O. Solie of Cottage went to the home of Boyd Ben
Grove, aunt of the groom, and j sell Thursday to serve a war
Mrs. John Larson presided at the .rant charging insanity. The sher-
Cushman scooters immtdlatt
delivtry. Schubtrt's.
Csptrt. liuarjtnlved Wrk
IAII fcUfcrti
Itratanabla prlet Ywtt Citlmaut
Sewing Machine Service
Vanr lna nant Dealer
Pbena Mill SIB IhaaU Wat
coffee service.
For her traveling ensemble
Mrs. Sobczak wore a suit of grey
with white hat and accessories.
and a corsase of roses. Thev will ', treating Wnterman's
spend a week at Yosemite na- i Bensell was gone,
tional park and will then be at
home at 635 Capp street, San
ff said they were greeted with
rifle fire. One shot wounded
Waterman In the shoulder.
When they returned after
The reason for the regular
navy enlistments being four
years is to insure getting men
that thoroughly interested in
the U. S. Navy.
The Better Book
Bible House
(Formerly Pel Iran Book hopp
V:n So. Mlh Klimilh Full. 'lr.
For Relliioui Church Supplier
Pilgrim Holiness
Wantland at Division
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
Worship 11:00 A.M.
Evangelistic 7:30 P.M.
Prayer Meeting
Wednesday .... 7:30 P.M.
2325 Eberlein Phone 3453
ON MONDAY, APRIL 7, THERESA MURPHY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C. Murphy,
became the bride of Edward Calhoun. Above is the wedding party, left to right, Joan, Julli
onne, Nancy and Mary Murphy, sisters of the bride, the bride and groom, Elden Baker,
Lauren Calhoun and Dean Abbott. Rites were solemnized at 9 o'clock. at Sacred Heart Catho
lic church. ' ' Kenncll-Ellis.
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Nationally known educator.
author and writer ...
eminent scholar and preacher.
President Golden Gate Baptist Seminary
First Baptist Church
North Eighth and Washington Sts. .
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Two outstanding services Two unforgetable Messages.
A day of Inspiration and Fellowship!
9:45 a. m. Sunday School with classes for all ages.
Nurie in charge of nursery.
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship Message by Dr. Herring
6:15 a.m. Training Union for all groups Special
conference with Dr. Herring.
7:30 p. m Evening Worship Message by Dr. Herring
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of Portland
Every Night Except Saturday
and Monday, with
Katherine Rueck
of Portland
Rev. and Mrs. C. O. Ross, Pastors
8th and Oak Streets
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WED AT 2 O'CLOCK, EASTER SUNDAY afternoon weie
Jenny Rigo, daughter of Mr. ond Mrs E Rigo ot Dorn, and
Ulys Dalo Coodmon, son of Mr. ond Mrs W. A. Goodman St.
Paul's Episcopal church' was the scene of Ihe ceremony. They
are making their home in Sacramento, Calif.
Fort Klamath
The reisuliir monthly meeliuK of
the Civic Improvement club was
held in the chibhouic on Friday
afternoon. wl:h the president,
Mrs. Hansford T. Williams. In
the chair. Routine husini'ss was
I run sin-ted duriiiK the afternoon
and a new member. Mrs. W. H.
Ilcxcock, was welcomed Into the
Followlnii the busine. meet
Inn a sociul hour was enjoyed,
when the hostesses for the after
noon, Mrs. William A. face and
Mrs. Joanna Taylor, served re
freshments t tables decorated
wilh n lovely iinirlmi'nt of flow
ers, hu ltidinit carnation, slocks
and Ka.ster lilies.
Atlendinu the meetiiiK were
Mrs. Hansford T. Williams. Mrs.
Olena HriM-oe, Mrs. fieri Gray.
Mrs. Elmer .tnn'urun, Mrs. James
Van Wormer. Mrs. Netl
' llishop, Mrs. Itav I'rowrll,
IWilliMin C. Huckler. Mrs.
idnre NicliolMin, Mrs
I'ritilielt. Mrs. Furl Jur
j Mrs. W. U. Ili-nenck uud tl
I hostesses, Mrs. William A.
i and Mr. .ituiiuui laylur.
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Sweet scent oi lilies lingered In the building
The lights are dimmod. The throngs their annual soarch
For God too easily satisfied their ways
Have gaily taken from the home of praise.
' With ioy .the story of the risen Christ was heard)
With glorious music burdened hearts are stlrrodi
With hlqh resolve, new courage for life's tasks
To thwarted lives has come, and oloom is lif tod.
The preacher wonders
If on this day of days worship is sweeti
And Christ's good news in stirring word and song
Gains glad rosponsei and needy lives so long
Harassed by cares, find victory In defeat
Why In their nood will these permit a year
To pass before again they gather here.
The above poem Is printed because It contains a truth
which we all recognise. If Easter Sunday, or bettor yet.
Resurrection anniversary brings so many to the house of
God. why not every Lordiday? We pray that we may be
able to holp keep your intoreit in spiritual values through
out the year.
To every person In the entiro community we oxtond an
oarnest and slncore invitation to- worship with us. In the
heart of Klamath Falls, at Ninth and Pine Sto., the Christian
Church desires to be of real help In building spiritual values
in the lives of all.