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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1917.
-C " , By ALIKE TH0MP8O2T y
THURSDAY was notable for no of
tee largest and most elaborate
wddmgs of the summer, when
Wins Jennie Harbord Fry became the
bride of Kavmond Walsh, of Hacra
mento, California, at, "Bright View,"
the resilience of her parents, Mr. anil
Mrs. Daniel J. fry.
It was a charming al fresco affair,
the lovely gardens of the residence
making an artistic- background lor the
ceremony, which was solemnized in the
morning. Rev. James Elvin read the
impressive ring service, and the guests
included about 100 of the most promi
nent .amilies of Halem.
The sotting for the Wedding resem
bled a lovely Italian garden abloom
with myiiads of pink, lavendar, blue
ami yellow Honors.
Tlie blossoms in huge urng and stand
ards were placed nlKut the lawn, and
here and there were garden seats.
An artistic lattice entwined with
Oregon, Grape and greenery was arrang
ed for the ceremony under madrona
trees from, which hung great baskets of
pink and white carnations. There were
loads of carnations used, with the pink
predominating in the decorations. At
ithor end of the lattice were huge
standards of carnations, snapdragon,
lupin, foxglove and delphinium, all mass
ed with tall lacey sprays of wild car
rot. Banking the lntlce were hydran
geas in the pinkish-lavendar hues.
Hlossomg similar to those used in the
gardens decked the house, and on the
verandas, were baskets of yellow and
whito daisies, marguerites, lupin and
jtreen Here harp music was played dur
ing the ceremony and wedding breakfast.
The bride wore a charming gown of
pale ptnK meteor taffeta embroidered
jn gold, with long tulle sleeves and sash
iler bouquet was of pink and laven
dar orchids, bride's rosea and sweet
peas. The bride a small sister, Miss
Priscilla Fry acted as flower girl and
was her only attendant.
tihe wore a dainty frock of white
lace with a pink sash, and carried a
golden bosket of Cecil Hrunncr roses
Two schoolmates of tho bride, the
jdiKses Miirimret himngler of Eugono,
Society will miss for the next month
or so Mrs. Charles L. McNary, who left
today for Washington, D. C, to join
her husband, Senator McNary.
Mrs. Metvary will spend the summer
iu Washington, returning home some
time in August, accompanied by Sena
During the week just closed another
pioneer family of Oregon, added their
names to the long list of golden wed
dinffs, when Mr. and Mrs. John L.
Riggs received the felicitations of their
friends at a large reception, Monday
night at their home on Summer street.
It wns indeed a eala occasion and
one for which relatives and friends
gathered from near and tar. the cele
To bid adcau to this popular matron, I brants of the occasion o)ened the fee
Mrs. George F. Rodgers yesterday en
tertained delightfully with an informal
bridge. Her guests numbered about lb"
prominent matrons who are close
friends of Mrs. McNary, and are mem
bers of the Thursday bridge club.
Mrs. J. O, Richardson entertained
yesterday with a delightful bridge, hon
oring her house guest, Mrs. Ward J.
Wisecarver of McMinnville.
Oucsts were asked to make up four
tables of the game, and the card roomB
were charming with clusters of pink
Mrs. Henrv J. Schulderman assisted
Those asked to meet the visitor were
Mrs. .'limes Withyconibe, Mrs. John D.
Sutherland, Mrs. Frank W. Spencer,
Mrs. William Connell Dyer, Mrs- H. J.
Schnldorman, Mrs. Zadoc J. Riggs, Mis.
v.. C. Allen, Mrs. George M. .Post, Ms.
Clyde C. Graham, Mrs. James T. Chin-
nock, Mrs. Charles Murphey, Mrs. Ar
thur Benson, Mrs. J. N. Smith, Mrs.
Walter Spaulding and Mrs. Roy Mills-
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. McCarthy
and daughter, Miss Ruth McCarthy,
who have been the guests of their rel
atives the Thomas (3. Smiths, Jr., have
returned to Portland, for a visit before
leaving -for their homo In San Francis
co. Tho McCarthys made tho trip to Ore
gon in their car but will return south
One of tho delightful affairB of the
mid-week was the informal afternoon
for which Mrs. H. J. Clements and Mrs,
Eugenia Gillinghain were joint hostess
es on Wednesday, at the residence or
the former on themeketa street.
Their guests included tho membors
and Marin Churchill, sang " 'Tis Thy 'of tho Leisure Hour club who have
Wedding Morning" from The Rose , oeen eujoymg a series or tnese lnrormai
Maiden, accompanied by the harp. (affairs, and gathered togother for the
Following the ceremony a, wedding, last umo in m season.
breakfast was served- This too was to
hare been out of doors, under the trees,
but owing te tho capriciousness of the
The afternoon was pleasantly whihd
away with sewing and chatter. Later
the guelits gathered iu tho yard for re-
weather it made it feasible to have it , f reahuionts. A largo tnblo was arrang-
nerved m the lioaae. ed undor tho trees and was dono in a
Assisting in various ways were Mrs. ' f tty pink and white color scheme,
H. E, Lee Steiner, Mrs. ' George G. the center piece being of pink and
Brown, Mrs. John B. Craig, Mrs. Alice : white roses. Dainty rose bud place
H. Dodd. Mis. Curtis U. Cross, Mrs. ' cards board'- clever conundrums mark-
Vred W. Stousioff and a group of tho ! ed the places.
bride's girl friends including Miss Ha-1 Those making up tho Leisure Hour
rel Downing, Miss Rita Hteiner, Miss club are Mrs. Uuorgo G. Bingham, Mrs.
licrniee Craig and Miss Barbara Stein-, R. 8. Wallace, Mrh. Alice It. Dodd,
r. I Mrs. Charles A. Park, Mrs. Georgo G.
The bride's going away suit was n Brown, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Ada Dayton,
mart tailleur of blue worn with hat to Mrs, Daniel J. Fry, Mrs. Amanda Her
mutch OJtd aucessories of whito. Iron, Mrs Georgo J. Peaice, Mrs. H.
Mr. and Mrs, Walsh left for a motor l nytfjii Mrs. IX W. Mathews, Mrs. Lot
trip to the Fry summer cottage "Cher- L. Pearce, Mrs. IT. G. Shipley, Mrs. E.
ry Inn" at N'eskowin, and uH)n their (', Small, Mrs. Perry H. Raymond, Mrs.
return the first of the week will bo M. M. Chapman, Mrs. William H. Steus
lioro for a dayor so before leaving for loff, Miss Lucy Stoughton. .
ftacramento, -'!., where they will make ,
their home.. , I Mrs. Clyde C. Graham returned a
Before leaving the bride gave her few days ago from Portland where she
touquct to a cousin, Miss Hortenso Ep- has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Hcr
ley. bert Bnrbnr, for a couple of weeks.
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tivities early in the afternoon, when
they were surrounded only Dy relatives
Over 40 members of the family gath
ered together in recognition of the
event, and in the evening Mr. and Mrs.
Riggs also opened their hospitable doors
to many of their old friends, who num
bered about 100.
Decorating the house throughout
were masses of golden yellow flowers.
There were roses, poppies, marigolds
and other yellow-toned blossoms, all
arranged in tho various rooms.
Tho table which, was cenierea win
a basket of deep yellow roses, was pr6
Bided over by Mrs. Barton Riggs, Mrs.
Ralh Riggs and Mrs. rannie Mulkey.
An intcrestine- feature of the even
ing was a tableau depicting the lives
of the honored couple. ais anu sever
al other diversions were held on the
Mr. and Mrs. Riggs are among Sa
lem's oldest nioneers. and were mar
ried in 1807 near Monmouth,' Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Kay have
gone east for a trip and will be away
for about two weeks. ,
Thev left Friday. Mr. .Kay having
gone as a delegate to the Shriners con
vention, which is being held in Min
Ea route home, the is.ays win iiugci
for a few days at Yellowstone ParK.
To bid good bye to Mrs. Kay, Mrs.
Charles H. Robertson and Mrs. K I.
Hump, entertained a small group or,
her friends on Wednesday with a mati
nee party followed by refreshments at
Accompanied by her house guest,
Mrs. F. A. Ramsey, Mrs. George G
Bingham left today for a few days so
journ at Seaside.
Thursday the Binghains and their
guest, and Mr. and rs. Keith Powell
of Lafayette cn.io.yed a motor trip over
the Columbia Highway; going that far
with the S. D. Crowes and two small
a nml Mrs. Walter Kempton who
were returning to their homo in La
Grande after a few days visit with the
Tuesday night about 20 young mar
ried folk who are members ot tne
"Yomaco" Sunday school class of the
First Methodist church gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A.
Schramm on South High street, to par
ticipate in the gayoucs or a ueugui
ful lawn party.
The erotinds were lighted with ICS-
nf vivid hiied JaiMineso lanterns
and cosy corners, Indian rugs and pil
lows were arranged boom; me
Games and music tormeu me even
ing's diversion and at a late hour the
gayeties were topped off with refresh
ments. Mrs. Schramm was assisted iu
the serving by Mrs. KoualU umver.
"MVti William H. Burchardt. Jr., will
leave the latter part of next week for
Pendleton, whore sne win uc me 8
of Mrs, .Wilson McNary for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Asahel Bush will loavo
Monday for several days sojourn at
Newport and Agate Beach, and will be
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. Mel
They will make the trip to the shore
in tlic'ir car, and will pass the night in
Covvallis, going in the next morning.
The Hush's attractive new plnco at
A sate Beach will soon be completed,
aiid Mrs. Bush with her two small sous,
will o to the shore about the first ot
July for the summer.
Miss Anna Paul who lias been pass
ing a few months in oalem as tho guest
of her sister, Mrs. Henry K. Merwin,
will leave tomorrow for her home in
Buffalo, New York. .
During her visit in Salem Miss Paul
has been the motif of several informal
About 20 vonng folk made merry
Wednesday night at the delightful lawn
party given by the Misses Edna and
Klsio Gilbert, complimenting Miss Hel
en Itoguewho with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. O. Hoguc, left today for
Gay colored Japanese lanterns light
ed tho gronuds, and tho evening was
passed plaviug games. Later tho gay
eties were 'topped off with refreshments
Mr. aud Mrs. Albert Herren who for
the past, few years have been residing
in Jameison, Oregon, near their son-in-i.
dmifrhter. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
kinks (Lola Herren), have returned to
their old home in fsiein.
Mr- and Mrs. Herren are old resi
dents of Salem and their return is the
source or mucn pleasure iu m
Miss Helen West who has been the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Beu V. (.neon,
for several days returned to her home
in Portland yesterday.
Todav Miss VesE ana ner i-mcui..
Mr. and Mrs. Oswald West, left for
their cottage at Cannon feencn ior iu-
t'omiiiH from Chicago next wee iu
visit, the Olcotts are Mr. OHott s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Olcott, who
arrived in the east a few weeks ago
from Florida where tney nave ow
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Byars left
this morning for Oohlendale, Washing
ton, whore they will be the guests of
their son and daughter-in law, Mr- and
Mrs. William Fleming Byars. They will
pass the greater part of the summer in
Washington, and later will accompany
their son and his family on a motor
trio to Fossil. Oregon, to visit rela-
To do something different each year
in presenting to the jaded recital goes
at this season has always been the aim
of Miss Beatrice Shelton, one of Sa
lem's piano teachers, and in the pre
sentation of her advanced pupils on
last Thursday night she achieved what
was a popular success but an artistic
A great many recitals are bores; this
was not, and it was due to the careful
planning of Miss Shelton. It takes ex
tra labor to get out of the usual rut of
recitals but the interest of the audi
enco fully repaid, in this instance, all
the effort it took.
"A Day in a Garden" was the theme
of the evening's progTam, and the num
bers were cunningly arranged to repre
sent the various hours of the day. This
idea was further enlarged by bits of
poetry appropriately appended to each
selection, which also helped charactcr-
ife it. This feature gave an added
chaiin and insight into the theme of
1 These things hcljied wonderfully to
accentuate the entertainment of tlie
evening. They were only a setting,
however, for the students of Miss Shel
ton in showing their excellent tech
nique, careful phrasing, originality and
imaginative interpretation. All of the
students did exceptionally well and
gave credit to themselves and their in
structor. As her assistants, Miss Shelton secur
ed Mrs. Hallie Parrish Hinges, popu
lar Salem soprano; Mrs. Viola Vcrcler
rlolman, noted violinist, and Miss Lil
lian Stege, vialinist; Mrs- Holman,
violin, Mrs. Alfred Schramm, piano;
n. i. Stoudenmeyer, bass viol, and
Miss Shelton, organist, as an orchestra.
The opening number was by the or
chestra and was artistic in every re
Airs. Hinees was w excellent voice
and delighted the audience. Her song,
festerday and Today ' was a beauti
ful number. Her most effective number
was "Good Night Sweet Dreams."
Miss Stege and Mrs. -olwan played the
obligato with exquisite effect and ren
dered the selection charming.
vei-y beautiful was the Medita
tion, " representing evening, played by
Mrs. , Holman, violin, Mrs. All red
Schramm at the piano, and Miss Shel
ton the organ. The work of both
Mrs. Holman and -rs, Schramm was
Other assistants were: Ushers, Misses
Mary Pigler, Gertrude Tasto, Helen
Hunt, and Alta Johnson. The decora
tions under the supervision of Miss
BuBhnell, Mrs. Graber and Miss Chap
man were carried out with ferns, palms
and Caroline treses.
Friends of Philip Patterson of Port
land, the sou of. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Lee Pattersom will be interested to
know that he now is at the Presidio
in San Francisco, and is a first lieuten
ant in the V. S. officers reserve corps.
Patterson is a graduate of Culver,
and is one of the most popular young
bachelors in Portland.
Complimenting Mrs. J. G. Nadon, who
is leaving next week for a sojourn in
the est, Mrs A. E. Hnckestein enter
tained informally on Wednesday after
noon at her home on North Fourth
street. 4 '
The afternoon was devoted to sew
ing and the honoree. was showered with
useful ami attractive guts ior ner trav
Mrs. Huckcstein was assisted in the
serving bv Miss Willa. Huckestcin.
Mrs. Nadon will pass the summer in
the cast, and will Tisit her old home in
Green Bav, Wisconsin, later going to
Milwaukee to attend tho ronventon of
the Woman's Catholc Order of Forest
ers, which will be held in August.
En route cast Mrs. Nadon will stop
in San Francisco, where she has three
sons, one in the officers reserve at the
Presidio, and the other two in the V.
S. navy. i
Those gathering to bid good bye to
tho honor guest were Mrs. H. Meiring,
Mrs. Paul Maniach, Mrs. A. J. Jones,
Mrs. T. F. Reidv, Mrs. J. Swinir, Mrs.
Johanna Domogalla, Mrs. B. F. Dimcler,
Miss Hortenso Nadon tud Miss Willa
Miss Edna Byrd arrived in Salem
yesterday from Honolulu and with her
parents, Mr- ud Mrs. John Calvin
Bvrd of Spokaue, is the guest of Mr.
Bvrd's mother ,v Mrs. L. A. Byrd, Sr.
'Tho Bvrds will visit in Salem until
after the marriage of their son, Dr.
Prince W. Byrd, to Miss Veda Mae
Cross, which will be an event of Wed
nesday. Mrs. S. .lessup of Boise, Idaho, has
arrived in Salem for a svveral weeks
visit, and is at tho Augustas E. Strong
During her visit in Salem.
Mrs- Jessnp will be the guest of Mrs.
Frederick S. Stewart, and other old
Percv Birthcrtoii of Portland has
beeu visitiug his sister, Mrs. Clifford
Brown, for a few days before leaving
for Allanstown, Pcnn., to train for the
V. S. ambulance corps.
Mrs. Jacob F. Curuh of l.W" Rose'
avenue, will leave tomorrow for Hast
inas, Nebraska, to pass the summer
with relatives. She will be away for
about three mouths returning in the
I early fall.
Mrs. V. G. lioyer left yesterday for
Berkeley. California, to join her daugh
ter. Miss Ruth Dover, who has been!
teaching iu the south, and is remain-j
ing there to take the summer course at
the t'niversitv of California. j
Mrs. Bovor will spend the summer
in California and wil' be accompanied !
home bv Aliss Hover.
Dr. and Mrs. Will Skiff have visit !
ing them their daughter-in-law, Mrs.!
Sovmonr Skiff, snd small daughter.!
Billie, of Portland, who will remain inj
Sulcm during lr Skiff s ibsen: in
S:.a Francisco, California,
A very pretty wedding took place at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Franklin W. Kclley on South
Capitol street, last Sunday evening,
June 17th, when their daughter, Miss
Olive Elizabeth Kelley. became the
brido of James Edgar Chinn of Oregon
City, in tho presence of about 40
At eicht o'clock the sweet bridal,
song, "At Dawning," was sung by'
Miss Elizabeth Johnson ot Portland,!
af;er which the bridal party entered to
tho strains of Mendelssohn's wedding
march aud stood beneath a beautiful,
arch fashioned of ivy, ferns and roses- j
Rev. J. Stanford Moore performed the
simple but impressive ring ceremony. 1
After the congratulations a dainty buf- j
fet luncheon was served. j
The decorations throughout the house i
were confined to pink and green color
The bride wore an attractive gown of
white crepo charmeuse with full length
veil caught with orange blossoms, ana
carried an arm bouquet of bride 'si
roses and white sweet peas. Tho brido s
maid, Miss Ethel Kelley, a sister of the
bride, wore a pretty frock of pink crepe
de chine and carried pink roses. Little
Miss Ethelwynne Kclley was flower
The groom was attended by George
Mr. and Mrs. Chinn motored to Ore
gon City where Mr. Chinn is a pharma
cist with the Jones Drug company.
The bride is a talented musician and
for tho past few years has been teach
ing in Sheridan and Willamina.
Miss Evelene, Calbreath, an exception
ally talented young maid, who has been j
studying and teaching in New York
with FranzA. Arens, during me pai
3'ear, will return to roriiana inn vim
nf this month to lmss the summer. En
route Miss Calbreath will stop otr axi
Escnnaba. Mich., to visit Mrs. John;
V. Marvin Caoter a former Sa
tron, came up troni Portland
King Stack. Portland Orcgonian.
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Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Vandervert this week were Mrs-
Vandervert's mother and sister, Mrs.
Hannah Van Fleet and Mrs. Minnie
"aspen, of Stavton, Mrs. Una Ralph of
Boise, Idaho, and Mrs. ....a Stratton
fi-a Rnlnh who returned to her home
in Boise, Wednesday, was accompanied
by Mrs. Van Fleet who will visit rela
tives for a few weeks.
enrlv iii the week for a several days
visit, and is the guest of Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mills, returned
Wednesday from a motor trip to Hood
River nml The Dalles. In Hood River
Vf,. A4r Mills were the guests of
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Waldo Mills, and 111 mo latu-r
placo they visited their younger son,
Harold Hager, who has been attend
ing Harvard university i " i-"--
three years, leit tamuruinc jv.iuu...
and will arrive home next lucsuu.r
This was linger 's last year at Harvard.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Bulgin of
New York are expected to arrive in Sa
lem the first of July and will pass the
uimner at the. Bulgin rancn on 1110 jei-
Mr- Bulgin spent. several wee as nere ,
last summer and made many friends 111 '
Salem who will welcome he and his
Two charming Portland maids, Miss
Helen Jones and Miss Cornelia Tevis.
are the house guests of Miss Margaret .
Rodgers and will be here for several,
da vs. ,r.
The girls were classmates of Missi
Rodgers at Miss Cntliu's school in Port-1
land. . !
Mrs. Lloyd Mott. who has been visit
ing at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. S. ,
Mott for several days left this morning :
for Portland cn route to Fort Columbia ,
where her husband Lieutenant Mott, ot :
the medical corps is now stationed.
Mr- mid Mrs. John F. White left to
day for Falls City, where Mr. White;
who is associated with the I alls City
Lumber Co., has been transferred for;
Miss Jessie Gilfillin who has been
the house guest of Mrs. Henry A. tur
nover for a few days returned to her ;
home in Union, Thursday.
One of tho prettiest home weddings;
of tho season was solemnized at the
home of the bride's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Hansen, 1370 t-outh Commer
cial street, when their daughter, Flor-.
ence, became the bride of U- H. Tucker
of this city. .
The rooms were charmingly decorat-,
cd with pink roses and Oregon fern.
The ceremony being performed under
a bower of Caroline Testout roses aud
terns bv tho Rev. F. T. Porter. The;
couple was attended by Miss tania
Hanson, a sister of the .-.aP, and Chas. !
Olcott of Portland. Little Aianoii ra .
acted as ring bearer. Mrs. W. W. Fish-;
er plaved the wedding march after
which "" Until" was sung by Miss Mini j
Cook, accompanied on the piano by;
Mrs- Fisher. !
The bride was gowned in pussy wil-
low silk trimmed in silver beads and;
wore a veil of tullo caught by a .
wreath, of orange blossoms which, the;
mother of tho bride wore at her wed ,
ding many vears sgo. She carried a
shower bouquet of Bride's roses. The
bride's maid was gowned in pink satin
snd carried a bouquet of pink roses.
The mo:her of the bride was gowned
in brown silk trimmed in orange siik.1
After the wedding light refresh-,
ments were served. The guests were.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fisher, Mr. and
Mrs. Gus Peterson snd little son Wal-
ter, Mrs. L- L. Thomas and baby Dor-j
othv. Mrs. C. S. Thomas, Mr. snd Mrs.!
Joseph Imper snd sons Clifford and
Carl, Mr. and Mrs, George E. Shaw and
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little daughter Marion, Mrs. Ed Fond
rich, Mrs. Slyvsmis Page, Mrs. George
Hastay, Miss Mina Cook, Ruth Page,
and the Misses Florence and Irene
Tho couple received many beautiful
and useful gifts and will be at home
to their friends after July 1st at'2-W
N. 15th street, Salem,
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo William Gray
went n'ortland yesterday where they,
with the Anderson Cannons, left today
for their wheat ranch near Arlington.
They made the trip from Portland
in the Cannon car, and will be uway
for several days.
Honoring Miss Audrey Hicks, bride
elect of Archie R. Ewing, a surprise
shower was given on Monday night by
Miss Ruby Baker at her hoine on tho
Fair grounds road.
The decorations and refreshments
were all carried out in a pink color
scheme, and tho rooms were adorned
with a profusion of hearts and roses.
A mock wedding furnished much amuse
ment, and was followed by vocal solos
by Mrs. Lconia Peterson and Miss Win
The guests included the intimate,
friends of tho bride-to-be and she was
the recipient of many beautiful gifts.
Those enjoying the evening were:
Miss Ruby Woodward, Miss Echo Hunt,
Miss Rosalie Bach, Miss Estella Wilson,
Miss C'leo Kcmicn, Miss Emma Waldorf
tho Misses Mary, Marion and Grace
Tolman, Miss Mario Hovedebo, Miss
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