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to Randle Peterson and HeibU Green. Sunday. Auguit 29, 1948 Valley Visitors rOUH MEDFORD (OHEGON) MAIL TRIBUNE. Coot Bay Girl Becomes Bride Hi nil ll 4 1 i A i 1 v. AC! i I A.

il Leave for Home At Month's End A number of visitors who have been in the valley in recent weeks are rturning to their homes with the close of August. Mrs. Bruce Bundy left last week for her home in La Jolla, after having been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S.

V. Carpenter, Topsldes, for three weeks. Mrs. Bundy is a sister- in-law of Mrs. Carpenter.

An other guest of the Carpenters, Roger Lindgrove, also left last week. Mr. Lindgrove, a cousin of Mrs. Carpenter, returned to his home in Morristown, N.J. Mr.

and Mrs. R. L. Early will leave tomorrow for Pebble Beach, after having spent several days here with Mr. Early's brother-in-law and sister, Mr.

and Mrs. George Roberts, Crown avenue. They will be ac companied south by the Roberts. Mr. and Mrs.

Early, from Cincinnati, visited jasper National park in Canada earlier this summer and were met In Victoria, B. by the Roberts. The four spent a week in that city before coming to Medford. The visitors, wno often come to the Rogue River valley, have especially enjoyed fishing and golfing while here. Mrs.

M. A. Michele and small daughter, Mary Elizabeth, left Friday by plane for Phoenix, where the Micheles now make their home. Mrs. Michele spent the summer with her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Dolph Phipps, Eagle Point Star route. Seventh Birthday Observed Sunday Donna Lou Barker was honored on her seventh birthday Sunday afternoon with a party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Barker, Sunset court.

Eighteen school-age children were Invited to the affair. They were seated at a large table decorated with yellow and blue favors and yellow flowers. Each was given birthday favors. Games were enjoyed during the afternoon, with prizes going i Among Medford's newlywed couples are Mr. and Mrs.

John Benson their marriage having been an event of August 1 at the First Presbyterian church here. The bride was formerly Miss Lorraine Gleason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gleason, New Crater Lake highway, Medford, and Mr. Benson it a ton of John Travelers Leave The weddintj of Dr.

and Mrs. of August 15 at St. Mark's Episcopal church. Before her wedding Mrs. Lydiard was Miss Muriel Ruth Tansley.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. George Tansley of Santiago, Chile, and had been making her home vith Mr. and Mrs.

Vernon J. Robinson, 31 Geneva street, Of John Holmes A number of Medford Ashland people were Bay Sunday, August 15, wedding ot Miss Helen of that city to John deHreas of Medford. The bride daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WII liam Lester Coats.

Coos Bav and Mr. Holmes' parents are Mr. and Mrs. Claude C. Holmes of 17 Glen Oak court In this city.

jne ceremony was periormea w. at three o'clock In the Presbv-iw tnrlats nf Psis Rot, simIVs 1 Mr. Coats giving his daughter in marriage. The bride's gown of white sat-: in was fashioned with long sleeves and lace insets down the front and back and a lace-edged train. She carried a bouquet of white gladioli and stephanotis centered with a white orchid.

Maid-of-honr was Miss Ginger Savage of Coos Bay. Her gown i was of pastel green net with which she wore a matching picture hat and carried pale pink gladioli. Marvin Doty of Medford was best man for the bridegroom and Fred Gardner, Chuck Jones, Bill Eatherton and Jack Thompson, all of Medford, served as ushers. Preceding the exchange of vows Miss Eugenia Moore sang, accompanied by Miss Charlotte Johnson. Arrangements of white gladi oli, carnations and sweet peas with white candles decorated the church and Westminster Hall, where the wedding reception was held.

Miss Myrle Gor-bctt cut the wedding cake, Miss Peggie Frew presided at the punch bowl and Miss Janice Levage was in charge of the guest book. For the event the bride's mother was gowned in an aqua afternoon dress worn with grey accessories and her corsage was of white rosebuds and stephano tis. The bridegrooms mother wore a rust colored afternoon dress with matching hat and black accessories and her flow ers were also white rosebuds and stephanotis. Mr. Holmes and his bride went to Victoria, B.

for their honeymoon and will be at home to friends at Loring court, Med ford. The bride attended Southern Oregon college in 1947 following her graduation from Marshfield high school and Mr. Holmes, a graduate of Medford high school, attended Oregon State college one year and is now attending Southern Oregon college. He is also associated with his father in the General Petroleum corporation. Among those attending the weddnig from the Rogue River valley were Phil Wolcott, Miss Marjorie Newton and Tommy Newton of Ashland and William Walkenshow and Carl Reich, Medford, in addition to the at tendants and the bridegroom parents.

Other out of town guests were from various cities in Oregon and California. Club Entertained By Mrs. Gilinsky Members of the F. L. club met at the home of Mrs.

Leona Gilinsky Monday for a regular business session. Plans were made for a joint wiener roast at Tou Velle state park with the Central Point Club on Saturday, August 28th. Mrs. Miriam Ward was awarded the hostess prize and refreshments closed the evening. Next mectng is- planned for September 13th at the home of Mrs.

Mnxine McQuigg, 123 Almond street. their wedding trip and are at home in Hilt, where the bridegroom Is with the Fruit Growers Supply company. Mrs. Marin is a graduate of Central Point high school, was later with the Mutual Telephone company of Cen tral foint and with Pacific Tel. ephone and Telegraph of If a Harry L.

Lydiard was an event are Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lydiard, (Brainerd photo).

Miss Booth Wed To Calif ornian In Church Rites Central Point The marriage of Anna Lovella Booth, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Booth of Central Point, to Italo Marin, son of Mr.

and Mrs. John Marin of Hilt, took place in the Community church of Hilt at five o'clock August 7. Father Edenhoffer officiated at the double-ring ceremony. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a white marquisette gown with fingertip length veil and carried a bridal bouquet of white gardenias. Mrs.

Jack Klnkode, matron-of-honor, wore blue tulle and carried a nosegay of pink and white enrnntions. The bridesmaids, Mrs. Eoii Tidcock and Mrs. Samuel Cnttani, wore frocks of pink taffeta and net and also carried nosegays of pink and white carnations. The bride's mother had chosen a dress of navy blue crepe with corsage of red rosebuds for the occasion and the bridegroom's mother was attired in a green printed crepe.

Ring bearers were, little Judith Bnrbcra and Donald Lee Lncey, the lailer a nephew of the bride. Tony Marin was best man for his brother and ushers were Remo Trlnca and Johnny Salvestro. Miss Lorraine Thompson was soloist, accompanied by Miss Annnbollp Graves. A profusion of gladioli of many colors and phlox decorated the church. For the wedding reception, held In Community hall, Mr.

Mrs. Tony Marin served and Mrs. Klin Hnrbern had charge of imp guest Hook. Some 150 guests were present. The nrwlywcds went to Reno and other Nevada points for Benton Pendleton, Ore.

Tourney Brings Many Visitors; Events Planned This week-end brings many visitors to Medford for the 20th annual tournament of the Oregon Golf association to be played on the Rogue Valley Country club course. More than 100 golfers and visitors are expected. This evening from six to ten o'clock a buffet supper will be served at the club, and visiting officials and players will be introduced throughout the evening. Wednesday morning the women's group of the Rogue Valley club has planned a brunch for the pleasure of women players and visitors. This is set for 9 m.

and is for all wives of golfers and all out-of-town visitors here for the tournament. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Earl Lecver, Mrs. Sam Col- ton, Mrs. Frank Humphrey and Mrs.

Ivan Harrington. Women participating in the tournament will be guests at cocktail party Thursday and bridge is planned for each after noon from two to four clock. with Mrs. Harrington in charge of arrangements. Adding to the social affairs will be music by Abbie and Jean-nle Green, the club entertainers.

The tournament opens Monday morning and will last through September 4. Picnic Today A number of Jackson county Veterans of Foreign Wars and auxiliary members plan to attend a picnic of district seven of the V.F.W. today. The affair is set for 1 p.m. in the Grants Pass city park.

Those attending are to take a picnic lunch with coffee and ice cream to be furnished. On Illinois Trip', Honor Mrs. Palm Mrs. E. N.

Eldridge, 720 Park street, and Mrs. Collie Palm, 343 South Holly street, her aunt, are leaving today from Portland for Chicago and Cleveland, where they will spend the com ing month. The two women are making the trip east from Port land by air. September 3 Mrs. Palm will be with relatives in Blooming-ton, to celebrate her 85th birthday anniversary.

Mrs. Palm has made her home In Medford for about 50 years. During the absence of Mrs. Eldridge, Mr. Eldridge will be in Portland with their son.

Dr. William L. Barnum. Dr. Barn-urn will also be in Chicago for part of September, attending the meeting of the American Dental association.

Dr. Barnum, connected with the Portland school system, will give a clinic on the use of fluorine. Before Mrs. Palm's departure she was honored at a breakfast Tuesday morning given by members of Merritt circle of the First Presbyterian church at the home of Mrs. Harold Brown, Coker Butte road.

There were 25 present, and the guest of honor was presented many gifts and a shower of birthday cards. Book Club to Hold Opening Meeting Among Medford club's announcing opening fall meetings is Contemporary Book club which will hold a meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Ernest Barnes, 1906 East Main street. It is set for 1:45 p.m. Mrs.

Dwight H. Findley Is president of the club. As) mB( PARK VIEW CONVALESCENT HOMI (Formerly of Ashland) 906 Wast Main Strut, Madtord Or.gon. Phons 2931 24-Houi Sssrvlcat Retjlltarsxj Nurse In Chara DR. L.

L. SANDERS DENTISTRY 420 Leverette Bldg. Phone 4703 LADIES! We are now able to offer you a NEW and DIFFERENT PERMANENT, much LESS expensive, but GUARANTEED to please. $7.50 Including Hair-Cut and Latest- Hair Style Children $5.00 Free parking at George Goodman's Parking Lot for beauty services costing $5.00 or more. Evening Appointments TOWKE BEAUTY SKOPPE 36 S.

Central COLLECTED SWEATERS and SKIRTS Phone 2666 and 5400 Hagen Cm Silt I 9 Pierce-Ray Rites Read in Portland Sunday Afternoon A late summer bride is the former Dolores Marie Ray of Medford whose marriage to Alexander Bolton Pierce II was an event of Sunday afternoon, August 22, In Portland. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Ray, 1013 East Main street of this city, while Jior husband's Dnrents are Mr.

and Mrs. Edward P. Pierce of Portland. Dean Charles M. Guilbert rtnd the service at 4:30 o'clock In the Chapel of Our Lady, St.

Stephen's Episcopal cathedral. Mr. Ray gave his daughter in marriaee. Miss Ray wore a smartly styled white wool gabardine ult and white felt hat trimmed with clipped ostrich feathers for the service. Her accessories were of white and she carried a white Bible topped with white orchids, bouvardia and ribbon streamers.

Her attendant, Miss Jean Pierce, sister of the bridegroom was attired in a suit of hunting rink wool gabardine and her mallne hat was of matching hunting pink. Her bouquet was of white bouvardia, Best man for Mr. Pierce was Donald S. Blair of Eugene and Clief Dunson and George Shaver, fraternity brothers of the bridegroom, were ushers. Following the rites the couple received the felicitations of guests at the church and later a wedding supper was served in the Rose room of the Benson hotel for the wedding party and members of the immedinte families.

White blossoms decorated the church and the supper tables. Mr. Pierce Bnd his bride are making a wedding trip Into Canada and will then be at When the tafeiy htr li prewd: power th'rnUKr nolh rolls Mop pressure re-Icawi. ruro lill on lever resell whnrer. Prcnure is lelf-loVming.

Dratnhoanl tiln auiomalirallv. Swing tn 8 positions. Maie ol lifetime aluminum. All bearings art metal. Ketogmred as llie finest wringer on any washer.

item Cashmere Sweaters by Lisle and Scott Wools and Nylons by Joan Marie Nylon's Shrinkproof Sweaters All Colors All Sizes SKIRTS Corduroys Gabardines Wool Flannels Checks Plaids Exclusive her SHAW'S Fine Feminine Footwear and Apparel 34-36 N. Bartlett in Medford. Dr. Lydiard parents New Crater Lake highway. Announce Wedding Mrs.

Reba Abbott To David Whittle Ashland Of interest to their many friends is news of the wedding of Mrs. Reba Abbott to W. David Whittle, Dotn ot Asniana. The marriage ceremony was performed August 20 in the Reno Methodist church and the couple then made a wedding trip before returning to Ashland. Both Mr.

and Mrs. Whittle have been in business here, Mrs. Whittle having resided in Ashland since 1938 and Mr. Whittle since 1919. The newlywed couple will reside In the Whittle home, 123 High street.

Maxwell-Troutier Wedding Announced Mrs. Allio E. Troutier of Medford and Mnthcw W. Maxwell, Aslilnnd, were married August 25 at Mrs. Trout ler's home, S18 East Main street.

The service was performed nt six o'clock by the Rev. D. E. with a few relatives and friends present. Mr.

and Mrs. Maxwell will reside at the East Main struct address. Mrs. Maxwell has resided here since 1927 while Mr. Maxwell has resided in Talent and Ashland since 1931.

Family Spending Week-End at Beach Mr. and Mrs. Russel Zundel and family, 20 Almond strpet. are spending the week-end with a motor trip to Crescent City and other bench resorts. home to friends In Eugene.

Hum Mr. and Mrs. Tierce at tended the University of Oregon, the bride bring' affiliated Willi Alpha Delta Ti sorority and the bridegroom being a member of Alpha Tau fraternity. Mrs. Pierce served as president of her chapter last year and last summer was delegate to the national convention.

Si mtim BBSBmI We (nvift your Inspection of our Sp.ciol Holiday sel.t-lions of new, smart lovon-net mod. Is tot Men and Women from $J7S0. Lawrence's Medford S9 yrs. lork-Ipr the Mine Hth Qnsliiy found in lh Stnm in 1h Inrvfr Ciiisfi and more moderately prlcrd. it's an fea fi riff season S'NC1 1904 HATS for Maids and Matrons New Imports from House of Tarns, Meadowbrook and Knox J9I ADRIENNE'S Here's the Roman destined for a big fashion future If your daughter likes pretty shoes, she'll love Buster Brown's trim little two-buckle roman sandal in red.

It's new, neat and practical for dressup and every day. Easy to clean wonderful wear famous quality. Also in black patent. $4.45 and $5.45 TUNE IN the Butter Brown Radio Gang every Saturday morning at 8:30 en Station KM ED. 214 E.

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t20 W. Main Phone 5970 r1" -j 534 E. Main 1 FLUHRER BUILDING.

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