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The Eugene Guard from Eugene, Oregon • Page 37

The Eugene Guardi
Eugene, Oregon
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Lace Handkerchief Carried By Miss Gloria Waterman A handkerchief of Batenburg Jace, handmade by the groom's grandmother, was carried as a special keepsake by Miss Gloria Waterman when she seas married Oct. 23 to Charles Patrick Mulloy. took place i in First Baptist of Eugene, with wechurch the Rev. Clifford R. Alsen, pastor of Leaburg Presbyterian Church, reading the double-ring ceremony at 4 p.m.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill H. Morris of Leaburg. Parents of the groom are Mr.

and Mrs. Hugh W. Mulloy, of Eugene. Mr. Morris gave the bride in marriage.

She wore a gown of white lace over tulle with a full skirt. The scalloped neckline was inset with net and the Elizabethan collar was edged with seed pearls. She wore a fingertip veil of illusion held by a scalloped coronet of lace trimmed with seed pearls. The bride carried a white Bible and a white orchid with satin streamers tied in stephanotis. Miss Bernice La Vonne Nestle of Springfield was maid of honor, OSC Mothers Board Meets Executive Board of Oregon State College Mothers Club will meet Friday for a 12 noon luncheon at Eugene Country Club.

Members are expected from all parts of the state. Purpose of the club is to further the interests and welfare of OSC students and to sponsor scholarships for them. President is Mrs. S. W.

McHugh of Corvallis and vice president is Mrs. Spencer Alexander of Springfield. Twinklers to Meet The Twinklers will meet nesday at 1 p.m. at the Mrs. Ellen Sohlman, 122 Lane.

wearing a waltz-length gown ofmint green taffeta and Carrying an arno bouquet of rust and gold chrysanthemums. She wore a headband of matching flowers. Miss Jane Barbara Morris of Leaburg, sister of the bride, was juror bridesmaid, dressed in rose-colored taffeta and carrying white and gold chrysanthemums. Miss Gail Marie of Eugene, sister of the groom, also was a bridesmaid, her frock of aquamarine taffeta and flowers, yellow chrysanthemums. Flower girl was Susan Ellen Waterman, niece of the bride, dressed in yellow nylon, and Ronald L.

Waterman, a nephew, was ring-bearer. Hugh C. Mulloy of Salem was best man for his brother. Ushers were Alan J. Waterman of Eugene and Darwin L.

Waterman of Leaburg, brothers of the bride. White chrysanthemums were used in decoration of the church. Ross Phibbs sang "Because" preceding the ceremony and "The Lord's Prayer" as the couple knelt at the altar. A reception followed in the church parlors. Mrs.

Darwin L. Waterman, sister-in-law of the bride, cut the cake, assisted by Mrs. David L. Harpole, grandmother of the bride. Mrs.

Ollie Lindley poured the coffee and Miss Betty Meyer served the punch. Assisting about the rooms was Mrs. Bain C. Morris, aunt of the bride. Mrs.

Alan J. Waterman, sister-in-law of the bride, kept the guest book. Gifts were in the charge of Miss Marion Olson and Mrs. James A. Blankenship.

The rooms were decorated with chrysanthemums. candles centered the bride's table and the cake was encircled with pink roses. For a wedding trip to San Fran" cisco, the bride wore a cherryknit suit with brown and white accessories and the orchid from her bridal bouquet. The couple will be at home at Madison Eugene, after Nov. 1.

(Kennell-Ellis Photo, Wiltshire Eng.) MRS. CHARLES PATRICK MULLOY (Goria Marie Waterman) was married Oct. 23 in First Baptist Church, and the couple will be at home in Eugene soon. Eugene Rebekahs Invite Auxiliary Eugene Rebekahs will have a regular meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. with the Ladies Auxiliary of Patriarchs Militant as guests.

Mrs. Inez Powell is chairman of the refreshment committee composed of members whose names begin with or P. Of course she wants MUFFIE the lovable doll that WALKS right into your heart! The marriage of Miss Winifred Barbara Romtvedt to Paul Nelson Holmes will take place Friday, Nov. 18, at 8 p.m. in worth Presbyterian Portland, a reception follow.

Miss Romtvedt, a graduate of the University of Oregon school of journalism, later was employed on the campus. Muffie loves to share every little girl's joys, games daydreams. You'll adore her full 8 inches of irresistable appeal her Dynel hair you can wash, curl, comb in sidepart, pigtails or pony tails style. Muffie moves her head and arms too and NOW JUST opens and closes her big beautiful eyes. $1.59 Muffie with panties, SHE WALKS! shoes and socks SHE SITS! See DEBBIE too (Muffie's big sister) SHE STANDS! $2.98 undressed with the same fabulous costume array as Muffie And MUFFIE'S the best-dressed walking doll in the whole wide world too! now with 39 all-new costumes! You take her hand and she walks with you all dressed up to go skating, dancing, to the Cinderella ball with everything from play shorts to dressy silk dresses, Muffie has a fabulous costume plus accessories for every occasion, each made to fit her perfectly! From 1.00 to 3.50.

See our wonderful new collection of Holgate infants' toys rattles, blocks, a big new assortment. Brother (and sister too) will go wild Other famous dolls over the grand selection of famous Britishby Nancy Ann: made Dinky toys scale models of cars, tanks, trucks. Come in and see them now, Storybook Dells while selections are at their 18" Style Show Dolls Roy Dale Evans Rogers and Dolls 8" Doll Furniture HOME OP FAMOUS MUFME DOLLS Register-Guard, Eugene, Ore. Oct. 30, 1955 5D Art Center Calendar Monday, Oct.

31 p.m.-Children's class (7- 11 age), Ray Levra, instructor. p.m. Print making, photography and advanced painting, no instructor. Tuesday, Nov. 1 10-12 noon-Painting criticism, Maude Kerns, instructor.

p.m. Children's class (12-16 age), Ray Levra, instructor. p.m. Life class, La Verne Krause, instructor. Wednesday, Nov.

2 1-4 p.m. workshop, no instructor. p.m. Business men's beginning painting class, water color and oil, Ray Levra, instructor. Thursday, Nov.

3 1-4 p.m. Beginning painting, Dorothy Lentz, instructor. p.m.-Beginning painting, LaVerne Krause, instructor. Saturday, Nov. 5 p.m.-Auction Sale of original art objects, public invited.

All classes and the auction sale will be held in the Art Center Building in Pioneer Park (Fairgrounds). Anyone interested in joining one of the classes or wishing further information may call Evangeline Chapter Fetes Mrs. Gorrie Regular meeting of Evangeline Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will be at the downtown Masonic Temple Friday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Robert L.

Fuller will be chairman of refreshments. Invited guests are Willamette Valley chapters who have Grand Representatives, since Evangeline Chapter's Grand Representative, Mrs. James Gorrie, is to be honored at this meeting. Mrs. Gorrie, past matron of the chapter, is Grand Representative of the supreme Grand jurisdiction of Scotland, in Oregon.

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