Medford Mail Tribune from Medford, Oregon on November 4, 1951 · Page 19
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Medford Mail Tribune from Medford, Oregon · Page 19

Medford, Oregon
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Sunday, November 4, 1951
Page 19
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Mil ill uiii n.mmmi Miss June Darby (Brainerd photo) Miss June Darby And Fred Phillips Fngaged To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Darby, '1140 Sweet road, announce the engagement of their daughter, June Maureen, to Fred D. Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. . Phillips, 1597 South Peach ' street. The bride-elect is a senior at Medford senior high school, where Mr. Phillips graduated with the class of 1948. He is employed by the California Oregon Power company and is a member of the local National Guard. The couple plans a summer wedding. Miss Loretta Rush To Become Bride Of Vernon Lehman Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Rush, 1710 Orchard Home court, announce the engagement of their daughter, Loretta, to Vernon D. Lehman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard S. Lehman, 2570 Springbrook road, Medford. Miss Rush and fiance are graduates of Medford high school. She is now secretary to the principal of the school and he is employed by C. C. Hoover and sons. The wedding is planned for next fall. CONTRACT BRIDGE LECTURE LESSON SERIES By Sam Gordon 3 LECTURES C FOR ipJL Hotel Medford Evenings 8 P.M. Open to the Public Tickets Now On Sale At HOTEL MEDFORD Holiday Wedding Planned by Couple Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brown, 1165 Woodrow lane, announce the engagement of their daughter, Darlene, to Gilbert Craft, son of Mrs. Senia Maine, Aberdeen, Wash. Miss Brown was a member of the 1951 graduating class of Medford senior high school. Her fiance, who was recently discharged from the marine corps, is now on the staff of Bear Creek orchards. The wedding will be held New Year's eve. Miss Darlene Brown (Brainerd photo) Announce Trothal Of Medford Nurse, Eagle Point Man Central Point Mr. and Mrs. Ray Simon of Central Point an nounced the engagement of their daughter, Lois, to Darrel Stan ley, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stanley, Eagle Point, at a family gathering Saturday, October 27. Miss Simon is a graduate of Liberty high school, Findlay, O., and Henry Ford Hospital school of nursing and hygiene, Detroit, Mich. She is now employed at the Medford clinic. Mr. Stanley is a graduate of Medford high school and is associated with his father as a rancher near Eagle Point. No definite date has been set for the wedding. Parents Tell Troth Of Sally To Jerry Lausmann Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Moffltt, 1362 Kings highway, announce the engagement of their daughter Sally, to Jerry Lausmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Laus mann, Medford. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Moffitt Is a former stu dent at Willamette university, and is a member of the university chapter of Delta Gamma sorority. Her fiance attended Oregon State college and then served in the United States navy. Both young people are now attending a school of business administration in Portland. Yours For Enchantment A X .V. Long or Short Formal for the holiday parties .... woven of glamour and festive ai the season itself 1 .v. m e h? V -V Miss Joan Brummond (Brainerd photo) Tell Engagement Joan Brummond, Richard Edmund Mr. and Mrs. John D. Brummond, 754 South Holly street, announce the engagement of their daughter. Roberta Joan, to Richard Malcom Edmund, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Edmund, 1105 .West Main street. The wedding is planned for the Christmas holidays. Miss Brummond was graduated from Medford high school and later attended the University of Oregon. At present the bride-elect is on the staff of the 20-30 club in the head office of the club at Sacramento, Cat. Her fiance is in the air force and is stationed at Mather Field, near Sacramento. He is also a graduate of Medford high school. Harriet Walker, Jerry Sherman Engaged To Wed Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Walker, Jacksonville highway, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Harriet, to Jerry Sherman, son of Mrs. Estella Sherman, Slew-art avenue. Wedding plans are Indefinite. The bride-to-be was graduated from Medford high school and later attended Southern Oregon college and the University of Oregon. She Is now on the staff of the United States National bank, Medford branch. Mr. Sherman also graduated from Medford high school and attended Southern Oregon college. He is now engaged in logging. Beta Sigma Phi Pledges Eiaht; Dinner is Given A pledge ritual was conducted by Alpha Beta chapter. Beta Sigma Phi, Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. O. A. Eden, 211 Genessee street. Candles lighted the scene and the flower arrangements were of yellow roses. Mrs. William Hartman conducted the pledge ceremony for Miss Anna May and Mesdames Oris Goble, Nick R. DeWitt, Paul Lowerji, M. Dale Farr, Herbert Merriman, Alex McDonald and Steven Salmons. Mrs. James Winkler, Mrs. Ralph Fil-slnger, Mrs. I. E. Schuler and Mrs. M. P. Boehme assisted in the ceremony. Mrs. Schuler was officially made an honorary member in service preceding the pledge ritual. Following the ceremonies a formal dinner was held at Rogue Valley Country club. Mrs. Fil-singer, Mrs. A. K. Hayes, and Mrs. E. N. Donnelly were In chargs of table decorations. Women of Rotary To Hold Meeting Mrs. Waller Young will be hostess for Women of Rotary Wednesday, November 7 at the home of Mrs. Z. N. Agee, 518 South Oakdale avenue. A salad luncheon will be served at 12:30 p.m., .followed by a short business meeting and cards. ' Assisting Mrs. Young will be Mrs: Walter G: ' Carson, . Mrs. Robert G. Fowler, Mrs. James .J. Dunlevy, Mrs. Martin E. Sands, Mrs. Harvey Robertson, Mrs. James F. Moore and Mrs. E. H. Edgerton. Members; are reminded' to take their 'own tray and table service. Wives of all Rotaflans are invited, to attend. . Book Club 1 , ',' . Mrs. R. W. Grey will be hostess for a meeting of Cont.rnnr ary Book club Wednesday.. Th meeting will be held In the Grey home, 18 Modoc avenue, and Mrs. Grey will provide the program. Sunday, November 4. 1151 MEDFORD (OREGON) MAIL TRIBUNE THKCS PPf hii haii SPfClfll 22 S. Crape lilt Crittr Lakt At Phone t-fl?S Mttffeia, Ota, Prices tumble . . values soar . . and smart shoppers will be here early to seize the hottest buys we've ever offered! All merchandise has been taken directly from stock and priced to sell quickly! Think ahead now to Christmas. Then come in early tomorrow .... select these choice presents . . . and pocket the savings! Sterling Cigarette Urns, $5.75, now : $ 3.00 Ladies' Cigarette Case, values to $ 1 8.00 $ 1 .50 Pierced Solid Gold Earrings $ 1.00 Ladies' and Gents' Gold Filled Watch Bands..........$ 1 .75 Men's Cuff Links, values to $9.00, now .$ 1.00 Sterling Sugar Tongs . $ 1.00 Men's 17-Jewel Wrist Watches Reduced to $17.50 Incabloc, water resistant, radium hands, sweep second. Wm, Rogers 2-pc Service for 8 now $19.50 Cotillion pattern, hollow handles, tarnish proof chest included 1 Group of Sterling Silver Candy Dishes $ 1.25 Suitable for bridge tables and prizes 1 Group of Compacts, Values to $7.50, now....:. $ .99 1 Group of Men's and Women's Wrist Watches , . , Nationally advertised but inexpensive MONDAY ONLY Ring Mountings $6.50 and your old mounting. Values to $25. A new, modern mounting for your diamond. 7 Jewel Travel Alarm Clocks, only $ 7.00 Radium hands and dial Men's and Women's Cameo and Stone Rings $ 7.50 1 group of solid gold rings. Values up to $50.00 7x35 Binoculars, were $129.00, Now only :...$80.00 Individual focus 8x30 Binoculars, were $90.00, Now only ....$65.00 6x30 Bi noculars, were $99.50, Now only ....$65.00 Silverware Chests, values to $10, ...........$1.00 and $2.00 Tarnish proof chests with slight stock damage. MONDAY ONLY Costume Jewelry One Assortment of Values up to $15.00. Too many articles to list. Come in early Monday. Thesewon't last long $11 Men's Wedding Rings, 19.75 values, reduced to ....$7.50 One assortment of 14 K. Rings One Assortment Silverplated Holloware ....$1 .95 to $3.95 Bread Trays, Relish Dishes and Cake Plates WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO. LIMIT QUANTITIES Ml prices include Fed. tax NO GIFT WRAPPING NO LAY-AWAYS &LERS MEDFORD OREGON

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