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SIDTDAT - OREGOXIA?f PORTLAND, OCTOBER
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nesday and Thursday nlnara.
oclety ll quiet lat week. Wednea
dy the veddlna of Grac Warren
ad Ionld Munro took place, while
Thursday waa the evenlnr chosen by
Mr. and Mn. Walter J. Burn for the
formal Introduction of their daughter.
Mlie Anita Burns. Mini Burn, who la
strlklnv brunette., la a cbarmlnc ad
dition to the aoclal world of Portland.
Last year aha traveled extensively
throughout Europe, and has, alnce her
return, been the motif fsr many In
formal affairs, fcowever not until last
Thursday evenlnr did aha maJco her
debut. The affair waa composed of
reception and dance, given at Murlark
1UIU The decorations were of Autumn
leaves and p:ms, while pink, cosmos
and white chrysanthemums were also
used. .At the end of the hall was a
table on which were many beautiful
flowers, flfts to Miss Burns. Mrs.
Bums was assisted In receiving by Mrs.
Charles Foster and Miss Elisabeth
Ualllle. of Tacoma.
Among the costumes worn wero many
handsome gowns. Including that of Miss
Burrs, a white satin, with an overdress
heavily embroidered with gold p&sse
ra'nterl and beads. Ebe wore a single
lavender orchid and carried a cluster
cf deep red Richmond roses.
Urr. W. J. Burns was costumed In
Dresden chiffon over lavender pan
Mrs. Ilawley Hoffman wore hand-;
painted chiffon with pink pan velvet.
Hits Kathleen Burns waa gowned la
pick satin, with an overdrape studded
heavily with gold beads.
The gown of Mrs. W. B. Ayer was of
yellow satin, with lac and blacfc chif
fon artistically arranged.
Mrs. Helen Ladd Corbett wero a
handsome -gown of black pan satin
trimmed with roso point and fur.
Misa P":i Lewis wore pale mauve
chlSon handsomely appointed with gold
Mrs. James Ernest Laldlaw's gown
was of Nlie-green satin and with It she
wore purple pansles.
Miss lisa Koehler wero an Empire
costume of pastel shades In 'Ilk net
Mrs. Richard Koehler waa handsome
ly robed In black velvet, with a corsage
bouquet of lavender orchids.
Mrs. Walter F. Burrell was handsome
la a gown of black with jet and velvet
aweet peas In lavender.
Misa Malda Hart's costume was of
embroidered whit satin under aa over
dress of whit chiffon, with pearl
1-artlcularly noticeable was the toi
lette of Mrs. E. H. Brook, of Wash
ington. P. C Eh wore a handsome
black satin with an overdrape of net
and heavy with Jet. A striking dia
mond ncklar completed the effect.
Mrs. N. E. Ayer wor a I'arlslan cre
ating of wistaria satin Interwoven with
beads of the same tone.
Mrs. Frank. Gilchrist Owen waa
stunning In a chic French garment of
delicate blue chiffon with trimmings
of embossed) velvet and cut steeL
The Kown of Mrs. Hannah Robertson
was of yellow satin and wonderful old
lace, with which she wor a costly dia
Miss lirnrletta Falling also wore yel
low satin, but with an overd rape of
yellow and black chiffon.
Mrs. William S. Btddl was lovely In
a costume of soft gray chiffon over
pink and with touches of fur. This
town Is on which Mrs. Blddl brought
from Faris on her recent return.
Mrs. Krsklne Wood was delicately
beautiful In pal blue chiffon over pink
satin with silver passementeii.
Mr Charles Foster, of Tacoma. wor
raspberry satin with cut steel garnish
In. Ml.! Wilder, of London, was attrac
tive In blue satin and chiffon with Ir
ridr.'want touches of silver and steeL
Another costume which was partic
ularly handsome was the pink chiffon
over heavy Persian silk worn by Mrs.
K. A. J. Mackenzie.
Mrs. Emma Lewis Bingham waa at
tired In a metume of rohln-ecg blue
wlla an overdress of amber, the whole
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wonderfully embroidered and studded
Satin In the rich American beauty
shad with Irrldescent beads of the
same tone formed th attire of Mlas
Miss Eleanor Ecob, of New York,
wor blue chiffon sattn heavily em
broidered . and with an overdrape of
th same soft shade. ' .
One of the handsomest gowns worn
was th foreign creation of Irish' lace
and soft clinging silk In silver and
blue shades worn by Mrs. William- Mc
Master. who recently returned from
Miss 2faa Robertson was lovely In a'
simple gown In th pastel tones of
pink and blue.
Mrs. David Honeyman'e dark beauty
waa enhanced by a gown of lac and
silver over white satin wjth which she
carried an armful of Richmond roses.
- Mrs. Gordon Voorbles wor whit
Mrs. Hunt Lewis, whose gown was
of yellow crepe, was eiceptionally
I"artlcularly g!r!lh - and Interesting
waa Miss Evelyn Wilson la white mar
quisette over crepe.
arm cluster of pink roses.
Mlas Lisa Wood wore pink marquis
ette and corsaxe bouquet of violets.
Miss Gladys Weldler wore pink satin
with gold passementerie.
Never far away from society's midst.
Cupid with Ms arrows claimed another
victim last. Wednesday evening, when
Miss Grace Warren became th bride
of Donald Raney Munro at the horn of
ber parents, Mr. , and Mrs. Frank
Manley Warren, on St. Clair and Parle
avenues. Miss Warren .was attended by
Miss Nan Robertson. ' Miss Margaret
ratlin. Miss Genevieve Thompson, and
Miss Isabella Gauld. who were each
gowned' In a fascinating combination of
cream and flowered chiffons over whit
mescaline veiled with delicate yellow.
Miss Warren's gown waa of ivory
white satin cut princess en train, and
trimmed with duchess and rose point
laces. A long veil of shimmering whit
caught with a wreath of orange blos
soms finished her attire, and she car
ried an artMtlc! shower bouquet of
bride's roses and jasmine. The flowers
of her maids were soft yellow chrysan
uiemuma. - -
Other members of th bridal party
were Philip Fry. who attended Mr.
Munro; small Mlas Anno Elizabeth
Warren, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Manley Warren.' Jr.. who was
dressed In a dainty frock of white em
broidered mulle and carried a Oliver
basket of cream roses veiled with pink
chiffon, and Frank Manley Warren, Jr..
and Georg A. Warren, who held the
ribbons which formed th aisle down
which the' bride and her attending
maidens passed to the altar. .
Th ceremony Itself, was conducted
by Rev. Luther R. Dyott and Frank
Manley Warren.. r.; gave nis ""."B"'
formally In marriage to Mr. Munro.
The decorations' of the house were
beautiful, with a distinguished sim
plicity most ar-usuc """"
which the ceremony took place wao ar
ranged with white chrysanthemums
and smilgxand two tiny satin cush'ons
nvere placed Derore ine anr.
which the bride nod . bridegroom knelt
Airing the service. In the reception
hall and on, the stairs were iarB
some palms, and the den -In which Mr.
E. C. Shevlln and Mrs. Marlon Dolpn
served , punch was In yellow, yellow
and white being used to maintain the
color scheme throughout. .
In the music room, amid palma, white
chrysanthemums and pale pink roses, a
stringed orchestra played Lohengrin
aoftly durlng'the wedding. The dining
room was entirely in white with the
subdued llghu of silver-shaded can
dles. At the table on which was a center
piece of white roses, were Mrs. H. W.
Corbett. Mr. Charles F. Beebe. Mrs.
Walter V. Smith and Mrs. W. C. Alward.
Others who assisted Mrs. Warren were
Mrs. W. E. Robertson and Mrs. David
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bride's cake, pleasure and amusement
were experienced when miss ijouiso
Carey received both th money and
the thimble. and Miss Genevieve
Thompson found th ring. Miss Isa
bella Gauld caught the bride's bouquet
which Mrs. Munro tossed over th
Many handsome gowns wer worn In
honor of th occasion, among .which
waa th Imported silk crepe of white
embroidered In roses worn by Mrs.
Frank Manley Warren, Sr.
Miss Frances Warren waa costumed
In marquHette over satin in a rich
Mrs. Frank Warren, Jr.. wore a gown
of pale blue chiffon over yellow.
Mrs. Thomas Talbot, a sister of Mr.
jf .,m m vn a costuma of deen old
rose In chiffon over a soft clinging
Mrs. W. E. Robertson's costume was
a Parlsten creation of delicate blue
satin with an over-drape of brownish
net, heavily embroidered In blue and
Mrs. H. W. Corbett wore a prune-
i n .klffA. H Vi .am nolnt lace.
Mrs. W. C. Alward was gowned In
blue satin adorned with touches of gold
Mrs. E. C. Shevlln was attired In a
gown of pale pink satin with an over
dress In the same shade embroidered
in silver and cut steel beads. It is a
French gown of particular character.
Miss Muriel William wore pale pink
satin draped with black chiffon.
As Mr. and Mrs. Munro passed th
portals of the Warren residence they
were showered with rose petals by
the bridesmaids and small flower girL
The young people have gon south to
California and Mexico and will not re
turn to Portland until near the end of
An -engagement which came as a
surprise to society Is that of Miss Mil
dred Catherine Long and Mathew B.
Evans of St. Paul, Minn., which was
announced Friday afternoon at th
Portland Heights home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. O. Long: The occasion was a tea
at which Miss Long entertained a num
ber of her former schoolmates at tho
Portland Academy.' The house decora
tions were charming. The receiving
hall and library were arranged with
dark velvety red cosmos and smllax,
and the muslo room was In pink roses
and maidenhair ' ferns. The dining
room, where the guests gathered about
a table handsomely appointed with cut
glass and cluny, was a veritable bower
of Autumn foliage, droopy red flow
ers, and masses of scarlet hearts
strung from wall to wall. The center
piece of the table . was an Immense
cluster of Richmond roses over which
suspended from the chandelier, amid
masses of red tulle, hung a tiny cupid
and other tiny cupids peeped out from
the foliage and tull everywhere about
the room and tables. Miss Ada Burke
and Miss Helen Harmon served at
either end of the table and were as
sisted by Miss Jean Mackenzie, Miss
Jessie McLean and Miss Mary. Long,
who passed heart-shaped Ices among
At the door the young women were
presented with announcement cards by
young William Panton, the son of Dr.
and Mrs. J. J. Panton, who with a bow
and quiver full of arrows, was an at
tractive cupid. Upon each card wer
the names of Miss Long and Mr. Evans,
hidden under a small nosegay of lllles-of-the-valley
and a tiny hand-painted
cupid added to their general daintiness.
Miss Long's guests were: Miss Helen
Moore, Miss Louise Small, Miss Dagmar
Korrell. Miss Doris Clark. Mrs. William
McKlnnon. Miss Grace Campbell, Mrs.
Clifford Nichols, Mrs. Lester Stokes.
Mamie Dunn. Elizabeth Allen, Miss
Jessie McLean. Miss Louise Vaughn,
Miss Mary Long, Miss Eva Long, Mrs.
William Dunkln of Seattle. Miss Ruby
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