Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, July 04, 1947, Page 3, Image 3

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CUTTING THE TRADITIONAL FIRST SLICE of their wedding coke ore Mr. ond Mrs.
Honks ot the reception which followed their late June wedding. Scene of the reception wos
the Winomo hotel. Soon, the young couple will be ot home in San Francisco.
Harold Muck ludlo. Ban Francisco.
Klamath Girl Weds
In Salem Nuptials
U Mirk'i Lutheran ehurch In Salem u the scene of simple
eeremony on Saturday, June 11, whn Jean Oatendorf, only daughter of
Mr. end Mrs. Ed Ostendorf of 111 Pacific Terrace, became the bride of
Allen O. Aldrich of Klamath Fells, son of Mrs. O. I King, of Pllley,
Nebraska.
Rev. Mark A. Oelaandaner read the nuptial service at I o'clock
More an altar banked with standards of while gladioli and blue lark
spur, with tall lighted tapers and palms completing the pretty setting.
Mrs. Charles Kmholl of Conrallls played Incidental music as guests
assembled, later singing "I Love You Truly ", accompanied by Mrs. Ted
RnshnlL also of Corvallls. Mrs.
Charles Rosholt alto played tredl
tinnal wedrtlnc music
Tht bride, given in marriage by
her father, chose a dressmaker
suit ot brown stripe tor her wed
ding. A corsage of Vsnda orchids
wss pinned at the shoulder. Her
accessories were of white, and she
wore a matching flower-trlmmed.
etf-the-face hat.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Mer
rill Clallngher, who was attired In
a suit of blue wlUi white accessories.
Her corsage was of Talisman roses.
Mrs. Oslendorf. mother of the
bride, wore a blue cable knit af
ternoon dress with a corsage of red
"Tlrst man was Merrill Gallagher,
cousin of the bride.
The reception which followed was
held at the Sulem home of Ihe
brides aunt, Mrs. P. O. Johnson.
Bouquets of tiger lilies and ocean
spray were placed about the rooms,
and decorating the bride's table was
a bouquet of white sweet peas. The
new Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich cut the
first piece of their decorated wed
ding cake, after which the confec
tion was served by Mrs. Pearl Swan
soii. aunt of the bride.
rrom a wedding trip down the
Oregon const to Crescent Clly they
enmc to Klamath Falls where they
are now at home. Mr. Aldrich Is as
soclntrd with Standard Stations.
Inc.. here. Mrs. Aldrich, a graduate
of Klnmnth Union high school, at
tended Oregon Btnte college, and Is
a member of the staff of the Kla
mnlh County Public Health asso
ciation. Out of town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Mnrtln Host and fnmllv, and
Fred Heath of Pnrlhnult, Minn,, and
Milton anllnghrr of Portland.
A gulden tour hns been scheduled
by Ihe Klumiith Fnlls Garden club
for Tuesday of next week. Members
will meet nt the home of Mrs. Earl
Redmnn. 803 Front street, at 10:30
In the morning, and nre reminded to
bring n sack lunch.
Those desiring transportation may
call Mrs. George Orlnlc. telephone
3242.
Open House
Some 160 friends gathered at the
Wlnema hotel Tuesday evening
when Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Matthews
entertained at open house on the
occasion of their 25th wedding an
niversary. Center of attraction Was
the long buffet table with Its love
ly floral centerpiece.
Hosts for the affair were Mr. and
Mrs. T. H. Reeves, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Bchulse, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Holcomb, Mr. and Mrs. John Mc
Wllllama, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Bertram and Mr. and Mrs. O. II.
Buffing ton.
Vacations
In Klamath Palls this week-end
are Jean, Bonnie and June Hauger.
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Hauger of 1&40 Pacific Terrace.
June arrived home Thursday eve
ning from Oregon State college In
Corvallls where she Is attending
summer school. Bonnie will be
home for the summer after attend
ing the University of Seattle. Jean
Is spending a two weeks' vacation In
Klnmnth Falls before returning to
San Francisco where she Is work
ing. Family Picnic
A lovely family picnic Is being en
joyed today at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Scott Warren at Algoma.
Guests for the day are Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Blockllnger and Sally. Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Jendrsejewsky. Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Underwood, Mrs. Leslie
Rogers, James Rogers and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Ravlzza and children of
cmioquin.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Muskoff
of Chlco, Calif., were visitors In
Klnmnth Palls recently. They were
returning to their home after a six
weeks' trip. The Muskoffs were
residents of Pelican Clly for 19
yenrs.
Gay Party
Ororgle Myers, young son of Mr.
and Mrs. Oeorge A. Myers of 711
Pacific Terrace, celebrated h 1 1
seventh blrthduy In fine style this
year when he Invited a number of
young friends to his home for an
outdoor birthday party Tuesday af
ternoon, July 1.
Oeorgie and hit guests played
games and enjoyed party refresh
ments In the arbor of the Myers
garden.
Ouests were Eleanor Prock, Jean
nle Attebury. EMelllne Klgcr, Karen
Klger. Mitry Dee Stark. Sandra
Langnldl, Corlnne Ackermnn. Judith
Kills. Sully Souktip, Sue Thompson,
Christie Rose, Carolyn Hunt. Vir
ginia Hunt. Knthle Staunton of
Tulclnko. Tommy Shaw. t.
George Flltcmft, Lowell Newton.
Fred Shelly, Mlchnel Dixon, Johnny
Atherton, Johnny Houston, Pauley
Adams, Bryan Jacobs. Thomas Ank
eny. Juddy Brown and Alex Brumbaugh.
- By Edno Killmeyer
Holiday Doings In
Full Swing Today
Never have we seen so many fishing poles, swimming suits, bottles
of sunburn lotion, sleeping bags and odds and ends of camping gear
being loaded Into the family auto a this 4th of July. Seems as If
nearly everyone Is taking to the woods and streams for a brief respite
from the heat and bustle of town.
Summer cabins have on their best faces and beckoned Invitingly to
their owners the day before the 4th. Box upon box of frying pans,
cooking equipment and food were lugged from grocery stores as campers
envisioned crispy bacon with tempting nunny-slde-ups sizzling over an
open camp fire.
The J. P. Mathews left Thursday for a holiday Jaunt to Chewaukan
for a few days of fishing. They'll return Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. A. O. Roenlcke and their three children are spending
the July holidays at Diamond lake.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. DcCew left for Pendleton where they will be
Joined by sons Martin and Larry Snyder. The group will travel to Great
Falls, Mont., to visit relatives, taking In Glacier national park en route.
The Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Brown of 827 Eldorado are spending the
day at Diamond lake.
Wedding Notes There was a lot of sentiment In Nadine Palmer
ton's wedding last Sunday afurnoon and the bride followed to the letter
the traditional "something old" sequence, even to wearing the penny
In her satin slipper. The "old" was loaned by Mrs. Charles Scharfen
stein of Long Beach, Calif., formerly of this city, who sent her mother's
long kid gloves for Nadine to wear. They were worn by Mrs. Scharfen
steln's mother at her wedding. The "something new" was Nadlne'a
beautiful bride's dress which was perfect for her. and the "something
borrowed" was the white Bible loaned by Mrs. Harry Russell of Ban
Jose, the former Marjorle Schultz of this city. The "blue" was a lace
edged blue satin garter.
The young couple used an antique bride and groom crystal glass
for their toast at the reception, one used by several generations of Just
weds. Mrs. J. Percy Wells, who cut the bride's cake, an elaborate con
fection depicting a church from the little Oothlc windows, the doors
and the steeple, was Nadlne's first teacher. The marguerite theme was
used at the wedding and also at the reception where rows of the little
yellow and white daisies wreathed the base of punchbowls which stood
at either end of the bride's table. The cloth looked like a bride's dress,
a deep flounce of organdie around the edge, and made by Mrs. Palmer
ton. The two little flower girls entertained for a brief few minutes as
they stood by the tall candelabra and one forgot to blow out her candle.
The other properly blew out the flame and whispered In off-stage voice
for the other little yellow-clad candle-lighter to do the same. There
was a bit of ladylike arguing but finally both candles were extinguished
and the wedding party entered the church to find a delighted congre
gation. A not-so-happy note. While the groom's mother Mrs. Marie Hanks
of Decatur. III., was en route to take her train to San Francisco to Join
her son. the ear In which she was traveling was wrecked and Mrs.
Hanks Is now In a Decatur hospital with critical Injuries. Nadine and
Virgil called her by telephone Immediately after the ceremony and she
was sent a generous piece of the wedding cake and the orchid she would
have worn. Late reports are encouraging and Mrs. Hanks Is improved.
Recent visitors to Klamath Falls were Mrs. Virginia Wiener and
Roslyn Healy of St. Paul, Minnesota. They spent four dsys with Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Corrlgan of 1120 Monclalre. Later Mrs. Wiener, Miss
Healy and Mrs. Corrlgan went to San Francisco to visit Mary Corrlgan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Corrlgan.
Among those going to Lake o' the Woods this week-end are Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Schulze of 1511 Pacific Terrace. Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Bennet and family also are lake-bound this holiday. The Schulzes were
recent overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Rawlings
In Brookings.
Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers are parents of a son, their first child.
born at Klamath Valley hospital last Saturday. June 28. The fine,
healthy young man has been named Donald Ehlc. Proud grandparents
are Mrs. Leslie Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. John Reber of Malln.
Spending the week-end at their cabin on Union creek are Mr. and
Mrs. Myrle C. Adams of 430 N. 3rd. The J. L. Deans of Klamath Falls
are week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adams.
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ONE OF THE PRETTIEST WEDDINGS OF THE SEASON was an event of lost Sunday, J l
29, when Nodine Polmerton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loren LeCront Palmerton, beca;
Mrs. Virgil McKnight Hanks. The double ring vowi were exchanged at the First Pr,
byterian church. KemMn.J
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Rites Solemnized At
Sacred Heart Church
A bride, of lust Sundny, June 2D, was Mary Mnrgarct Lavln, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Lavln of this city, who became Mrs. William
Keller Miller In a ceremony rend at 1 o'clock at Sacred Heart Catholic
church. Mr. Miller, of Washington, D. C la the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert E. Miller, of Chicago, 111.
The Rev. Father John Phelan rend the double ring rites. White
glndloll, other spring flowers and palms were church decorations, Tra
ditional wedding music was played by Elnlne Abbott, who also played
"Ave Mnrla" preceding the nuptials. r
The bildo. given in marriage by
her father, wns attired In n Fionch
marquisette gown of white, fash
ioned with long, full sleeves, fitted
at the wrist, a full skirl and a long
trnln,
Her Illusion net fingertip veil wns
held In place by a tiara of seed
pearls. She cnrrlrd a white prayer
book topped with a single orchid
from which foil a ensondo of steph
anotls and matching ribbon stream
ers. Mrs. James Curns Jr., of MiRsouln,
Montana, wns her sister's matron
of honor. For the ceremony she
wore a gown of chnrtieuso crcpo.
Her colonial bouquet wns of carna
tions and nlephnnotls.
Best man wns the brother of the
bridegroom, Dtmlcl Miller, of Chi
cngo. Ushers were Dnvld Miller,
brother of the bridegroom, and
James P. Lavln, brother of the
bride.
The couple received wllh their
parents In the chuioli at the re
ception which followed. Later, a
dinner for the couple and families
of the two was held at the Pelican
cafe.
The new Mr. and Mis. Miller left
soon after for a wedding trip. For
traveling, Mrs. Miller selected a suit
of white with nnvy accessories.
Mr.' and Mrs. Miller will bo nt
home after July 20 at 1400 N. E.
Downing street, Washington, D. O.
The bride is a grndunto of Goorge
Wnshlngton university In Washing
ton, D. C and Mr. Miller was
graduated from Haverford collego,
Hnvcrford, Pennsylvania. At pres
ent he Is an economist In the state
department.
Other out-of-town guests for the
wedding were Mr. and Mrs, Robert
E. Miller, parents of the groom,
and sons, David and Daniel.
LEAVING SACRED HEART CHURCH following their wedding on Sunday, June 29, are Mr.
and Mrs. William Keller Miller, who will make their home in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Mil
ler, before her marriage, wos Mary Margaret Lavin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
Lavin of this city. The ceremony was read at 1 o'clock in the afternoon,
Guderian.
Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Scott of
Tulelake announce the engagement
of their daughter, jean, 10 tins u.
Peterson of Sebastopal. cam. ine
wedding will be an event oi laic
Scott Is a graduate of Tule
i.ir hivh whnnl and has completed
her Junior year at the University of
Nevada wnere sne is svuujms uw
economics.
Mr. Peterson, after graduation
from Santa Rosa Junior college, at
tended the University of Nevada un
til Joining the navy where he held
the rank of lieutenant. Upon his dis
charge he returned to studies at the
university and was graduated this
year as an electrical engineer.
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Wedding Told
Friends here have received an
nminivmpnts of the wedding of Leah
Bernice Griffin, formerly of this city.
to H. Henry Aioertsen oi reuiiuum,
Calif. . ,
The ceremony was an event of
sntnrrinv June 14. in Ukiah. Calif.
The couple will reside in Petaluma.
Mrs. AiDertsen is a lormer icatira
In the Klamath county system, In
ctmrtinc at Altamont Junior high
school here, and Is also a past presi
dent of the Business and Profes
sional Women's club of this city.
Eight Years Old
Rirkev Anne PeDworth. young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
B. Pepworth of 2610 Turnage. cele
brated her eighth birthday on Sat
urday. June 28. when she invited a
number of Young friends to a movie
with refreshments afterward at her
home.
Birkev Anne's cuests were Karen
Totten. Joan Morris. Carol Poll, Vir
ginia, Ruth and Frederick KoemcKe,
Paul and Gordon Franks. Judy
Johnson. Danny and Cathie Oaks
and Rickey Anne's little sister, Janet
Kay Pepworth.
The Eastern Star Social club will
hold an outdoor meeting on the
lawn at the home of Mrs. L. K.
Phelps on Friday. July 11. Mrs.
George Casper will assist Mrs.
Phelps. A briei ousiness meeting
will be held and plans for a picnic
to be held at the Fred Cofer home
August 1. will be discussed. A cor
dial invitation to all Star members
is extended, and several visitors from
other chapters are expected.
Nadine Palmerton
s Summer Bride
As pretty a summer bride as coud be found was Nadine Palmerf
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loren LeGrant Palmerton of this c
when she took the name of Mrs. Virgil McKnight Hanks in a 4 o'd
service read at the First Presbyterian church last Sunday aftemc
June 29, by the Rev. David F. Barnett Jr. The double ring ceremt
was used. ' j
Vows weije exchanged before a bank of woodwardla fern and
tapers In the presence of 160 guests. Just before the ceremony &
George Mclntyre played Incidental organ music and Mrs. Marvin Ners
sang Grieg's lovely, "I Love Thee." Candles were lighted by 11,
Sharon Taylor, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. L. Ernest Taylor or B-iamatn
Falls and Carolyn Schoenberg.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Schoenberg of Bly. They wore but
tercup yellow frocks over green taf
feta designed in Empire style with
their little skirts sweeping the floor.
Nadine. Blven hi marriage by her
father, walked to the altar down an
aisle marked by long satin nooons
raunht bv clusters of yellow and
white marguerites the flower theme
of the wedding, tier gown was
starched Chantllly horizontally
striped lace with a sheer yoke and
tulip push-up sleeves. The snug bod
ice was bound by lace and the tiered
skirt fell In a long, very full train.
Her Venetian lace cap studded with
seed pearls caught an illusion net
veil bound by a band ot carnation
hearts. Nadine carried a white
Rihlo tonned bv a single white or
chid from which fell a cascade of
white satin ribbons, sne wore long
white kid gloves and a single strand
of pearls, her only jewelry, was a
gift of the groom.
Margie. Nadlne's sister, was her
maid of honor and the bridesmaids
were Barbara SchulU ot San Jose
and Bettie Hookins of Klamath
Falls. Their gowns were of buttercup
vellow marauisette over tender green
taffeta fashioned with sheer high
necklines and fischus edged In mar
quisette mines. The three carried
martiuerite hoops outlined In tulle
and wore wreaths of the flowers in
their hair. Dainty mitts completed
their costumes. Margie's costume
stressed pale green satin ribbons
and the bridesmaid's ribbons were
yellow.
Best man was Harold Mack Jr.
of San Francisco and ushers were
Richard Newman and Jack Hop-kins.
Calvary Baptist
Scene Of Rites
Wed on Monday morning, June 16, at 8 o'clock in the Calvary
Baptist church, were Betty Jean Joiner, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Perley
Webster, of this city, and James Peyton McGown Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. McGown of Beaumont, Tex.
Given in marriage by her uncle, the bride wore a gown of white
Duchess satin with a sweetheart neckline, full-length train and finger
tip veil. Her only Jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the
groom. She carried a colonial-
bouquet of carnations and roses
with pastel ribbons.
The bride was attended by her
cousin, Mrs. Robert Stapp, matron
of honor, who wore a gown of pink
nylon and carried a bouquet of
mixed flowers.
The bridesmaid was Patsy Ham-
brick. She wore an aqua taffeta
gown over tulle. She carried a bou
quet of mixed flowers.
me groom had as nis best man.
Robert Stapp. Harry Moratto was
attendant, ushers were Harry sioier
and Verne Griffith.
H. G. Shlrcy sang. "Because" and
I Love You Truly," accompanied
at the piano by Mrs. E. E. Hambrlck,
who played the traditional wedding
march.
Following the wedding ceremony,
a reception was held at the home
of the bride. After the newlyweds
cut the first piece of the wedding
cake. Mrs. Perley Webster, aunt of
the bride, cut the cake, and serving
were Mrs. Robert Stapp and Patsy
Hambrlck. Catherine Pence had
charge ot the guest book.
For her going away costume the
bride wore a yellow wool suit with
brown accessories. Immediately fol
lowing the reception the couple left
for Portland, and points north.
Mrs. Mclntyre played the trt
Uonal processional and recession
Immediately after the weddin,
reception was held at the Wim
hotel where Mr. and Mrs. Ha
cut their three tiered cake cent
ing the bride's table which was o
ered by a white organdie floun
cloth. The young couple toae
each other with champagne ft
a bride and groom glass and at
tog the cake was Mrs. J. Pe
Wells while Mrs. Edward P. X
lngston and Mrs. Neal Stewart p
sided at the punch bowls. Asa
lng were Mrs. ft. Parcher filling
and Mrs. S. Banks Hopkins of 1
city, Mrs. Bert 8chultz of San Ji
and Mrs. Ralph Morgester of Ec'
New York, aunt of the bride. Wl
c jndles. In three branch silver c.
delabra, flanked the cake. ;
Members of the wedding pa
nuuut me rooms and a
bara Schulta had the bride be
incidental music was played dur
the reception.
Mrs. Palmerton chose a black 1
tunlo gown for her daughter's vr
ding, her costume completed !
lace iwm o ,2
trimmed hat and a cluster of sa
pink orchids at her shoulder. I
After the reception Virgil 1
Nadine left for ninmnnrt i-i,.
spend a week at the Palmerton su
iiume ana tney plan to le.
this week-end for San Frand
where they have taken an apa
ment at 1850 Sacramento atn
For traveling Nadine wore a g.;
Palm Beach suit with kelly gn
over Jacket, and a natural sU
nat. Her orchid carried at the w
dln,? was P'nned to her jacket.
The bride was graduated this Ji
from the University of Callfor.
where she was active in cami
affairs. She Is a former student
Lewis and Clark college. Virgil
the son of Mrs. Marie Hanks 2
Decatur. IllinniR anii mof htm k.
on his return from the South I
cific where he served as a coml
correspondent with the Unl
Swtes marine corps with the rt
of staff sergeant. He attenf
Eureka college at Eureka, 111., pr
to entering fhn -a
lowing his discharge from the Mi
Ine Barracks here, he has been w
the Harold Mack Jr., studios In 8
Francisco.
Out-of-town wedding guests t
eluded, Mrs. Seymour O'Dell 1
Hamburg, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Ral
Morgester. Eden, N. Y., Mr. and M
Frank Wilson, Arcade. N. Y., 1
and Mrs. Lloyd Palmerton and Re
aid of Grass Valley. Calif, Mr. a
Mrs. George Woodworth nt Prll
Vllle. Mm. Cltinrtrm Ztr.il.- tU
and Mary, of Portland, JM '
Nancy Weyer and Vwvan' -ijm.
classmates of the bride at Lewis a
Clark college and all of Portlai,
George BIschel of Bismarck, N. !;
Mrs. Harold Olsen of Eugene, M,
Bert Schultz and daughters, Bi
bara and Mrs. William Edmunson
San Jose, Calif., and Mr. and M
Don Wiedler and son John of CI
cago, who arrived Sunday moml
and are spending the summer lu
occuplng their apartment on HI
street.
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