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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN. THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1915.
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BY GERTRUDE F. CORBETT
YESTERDAY was one of the gay
est days in the early Summer sea
son at the Waverly Country Club.
It was mid-tournament day and was
celebrated with a splendid concert and
tea. The rooms were particularly fes
tive with brilliant-hued flowers, and
the smart golf attire of the players
intermingling with the Summery frocks
of the gallery and gueets. une tea
" table was presided over by Airs, i neo
dore B. Wilcox and Mrs. Helen, Ladd
Corbett and they were assistea oy jars.
Kurt H. Koehler. Mrs. C. Hunt Lewis,
Mrs. Victor A. Johnson, Miss Claire
Wilcox and Miss Louise Burns.
Clock golf was enjoyed by a number
of the spectators, Mrs. David Taylor
Uoneyman beins: in charge.
Today there will be the regular tea
party that is a feature of the tourna
mcnt, with Mrs. James I). Farrell as
hostess and a. group of charming as
Miss Elsie Ferguson, who is playing
at the Heilig Theater this week. wa
one of the notable guests at the Wav
erly Country Club for tea yesterday,
being entertained by Mrs. Walter
Cook. At night, following her perform
ance. Miss Lilia Agnew Stewart, of
Klirmess fame, was hostess for a supper
dance at Hotel Xortonia for Miss Fer
guson, to which several members of
tne company, a few old friends and
many new ones, were "asked. The af
fair took place in the roseroom of the
hotel, and, during the courses, the
guests indulged in dancing. Miss Fer
guson has a number of friends in this
city and each day marks a special fes
tivity in her honor.
Miss Stewart left for Seattle for a
few weeks to produce "The Merry
Whirl," one of her most successful en
tertainments. She is planning to give
& similar affair In this city early in the
Fall for some philanthropy. It will be
sponsored by prominent society ma
trons, and the cast, as heretofore, will
be made up of society's belles and
The G. N. C. B. Girls wilt give their
closing party for this season tonight at
Cotillion Hall. Elaborate plans have
been made for this affair and it will
be a merry gathering.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lyen, Miss Mar
garet Lyen, Lewis Lyen and Kennedy
Jiaird, all of Everett, Wash., are tour
iDg the I'acific Coast cities and are
enjoying a short visit in Portland.
A distinguished and interesting vis
itor In Portland this week is Miss
Mary Law McClintock, head of the
well-known McClintock School for Girls
in Boston. A number of Portland
women are graduates of Miss McClin
tock'8 school, and during her visit here
she is being entertained delightfully by
them. She is accompanied by Miss
Jladys Johnson, a prominent Eastern
belle, and they are domiciled at Hotel
Portland until Saturday. Today the
visitors will be honor guests for a
motor trip over the Columbia Highway,
with tea. followed later by dinner at
Among the pupils of this charming
Tisitor are Mrs. Gerald Heebe. Mrs.
Sinclair Wilson, Mrs. Chester A. Moores,
Mrs. Karl C. Latourette and Miss Helen
Krausse. Miss Eleanor Rogers, of Sa
lm. la also a former student of the
McClintock school, all of whom are en
tertaining with luncheons, teas, dinners
and motor parties for Miss McClintock.
tr. and Mrs. Curl Thorburn Roys are
"-ing felicitated on the advent of.Miss
Jean Clark Ross, who arrived Tuesday.
The little one is named for-a grand
mother and a great-grandmothT.
Mrs. B. F. Morden entertained at
luncheon Tuesday, honoring Mrs. Pat
ton, of Cleveland. O.. who is visiting
in the city as the truest of her par
ents. Rev. and Mrs. T. W. Lane.
Mrs. Morden's guests were:. Mrs. 13. C.
Clements, Mrs. J. E. Garner, Mrs.
Foertsch. Mrs. J. E. Hewitt. Miss
Graves, Mrs. O. C. Bortzmeier, Mrs. E.
P. Korthrtip, Mrs. Edward Drake, Mrs.
Clarence True Wilson, Mrs. C. A. Mor
den. Mrs. T. W. Lane. Mrs. Patton and
Mrs. Golder of Tucoma.
A genuine surprise party was that
given to Dr. L. M. Davis Tuesday night
at his home, 865 Commercial street, on
the occasion of his birthdav. The
self-invited guests enioved several
' ' "- - iuaown, mr. ana jvtrs. ili. J.
Farroll, Mr. and Mrs. David Dupee, Mr.
ana airs, ueorge White. Mr. and Mrs.
S. P. Cota, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mc-,
Daniels, the honor guest, and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Nichols, Au
gust Berg, popular clubman and art
connoisseur, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
It. Menefee and daughters, Misses
Elizabeth and Flora Jane Menefee,
left yesterday for San Francisco and
other points in San Francisco
Miss Lois Prickett. of Spokane, is the
bouse guest of her aunt, Mrs. F. Moore
and was honor guest for the charming
informal tea for which her cousin. Miss
Winnifred Huber. was hostess Tues
day afternoon. About 30 of the young
er set called to greet the visitor.
Miss Prickett is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Jules Prickett. of Spokane and
with her family passes' the Summer at
the Prickett cottage at Seaside.
SEASIDE. Or., June 16. (Special.)
The close of the Portland Rose Show
brought a large number of tired Port
landers to Seaside for the week-end.
Warm sunshine and an unusually
warm smooth surf greeted the visi
tors and for the first time this sea
ton the beach was thronged with peo
ple. . T?"he first Sunday at the beach is
Kite Sunday" and many families, at
tracted by the sunshine, spent part of
the afternoon in the sport.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fulton and a
gathering of friends from Astoria
established themselves on the beach
early in the day, and they, like many
others, divided the happy time between
kite flying and going in the surf.
George E. Chamberlain, United
States Senator, after spending Sunday
at Astoria consulting with the Demo
crats of Clatsop County, is enjoying
a rest and is registered at the Hotel
Miss Ruby Londgo. of Colfax. Wis.,
and Miss Madge Hepburn, of Prairie
Farm, Wis., after enjoying Rose Show
week at Portland, were here for a
few days at the Hotel Moore. The
young women will visit other points
of interest in the state before going to
Edwin M. Chandler. of Burbank.
Wp.sh., has taken the Beack cottage on
the ocean front for the season. Mr.
Chandler and his family have been
spending the Winter at San Diego.
Mrs. A. Christy, of Butte, Mont., was
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Bradshaw at the Brag-Y-Bon cottage.
Mrs. Christy was the Montana dele
gate to the Federation of Women's
Clubs recently held at Portland.
Mrs. Rose Coursen Reed, of Portland,
spent the week-end at the Hotel
Mrs. and Mrs. J. F. Kertchem, of
Portland, spent Saturday and Sunday
at Seaside. Mr. Kertchem came to in
vestigate and adjust some fire losses.
Sunday, June 20, will be the first all
flay excursion of the season, given by
the Myrtle Rose Dancing Club. The
ateamer Kellogg has been chartered to
Co to Columbia City, where the boat
MISSES KATHERINE HOLBROOK AND VIRGINIA BURNS AND
CHARLES HENRY DAVIS, JR.
will land for a few hours. Dancing,
refreshments and games will add to the
pleasure of the trip. The chaperons
re Mrs. F. W. Williams, Mrs. G. B.
Cook, Mrs. F. A. Clark. Committee,
Cameron Bclland, Leonard Baylis, J. T.
Morgan, Eugene Belland, Mr. and Mrs.
R. J. Belland.
Miss Jessie Mustard, assistant prin
cipal of the Lewiston High School, is
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. John
M. Dunn, of this city, en route to
her home in Kansas.
The Portland Alumnae Society of
Delta Delta Delta Fraternity will hold
its regular monthly meeting Satur
day afternoon, at the home of Mrs.
Wayde Bagnall, 932 Westover road.
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Dr. George V. Koehler left yester
day for San Francisco to attend the
meeting of the American Medical As
sociation. Miss Ethel Lawler 1ft yesterday for
Berkeley, where she will enter a Sum
mer school, after which she will visit
the Tanama Exposition at San Fran
cisco. Mrs. William A. Leet. of the Ameri
can Apartments, has as her house guept
Mrs. E. M. Storm, of Waterloo. la., who
is a prominent clubwoman and social
leader of that city. Several affairs
have been planned for her pleasure.
Rev. and Mrs. Charles V. Ilersell, ot
Areata, Cal., accompanied by their son,
Ensene, are visiting for a few weeks
with Mrs. Hersells' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Protzman. 365 Thirteenth
street. Mrs. Hersel was formerly Edna
Isabel Protzman. Her husband is pas
tor of the First Presbyterian Church of
Areata, where the new normal school
of Humboldt has recently been located.
Mrs. Max Hardman (Edith Levy) and
two children, of Seattle, are visiting
Mrs. Hardman's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. R. J-evy. Mr. Hardman, who spent a
few days with them during the Festi
val, has returned home.
A BIG final meeting of the Portland
Parent - Teacher Association to
morrow afternoon will close the "Parent-Teacher
Season. " Mrs. Alva Le
Stephens, the recently-elected presi
dent, will preside and there will be
reading of reports and discussion of
next year's work.
At 3 o'clock the social service depart
ment will meet for an important busi
ness session, after which, at 3:30, the
teachers and parents will hold their
meeting. The time has been arranged
to the convenience of the teachers and
it is desired that all be present.
Only a few special meetings will be
called during the Summer, as the asso
ciation is cjosing the year with satis
factory accomplishments and bright
The Forestry Association spent all
Monday in the woods and gardens of
"Arrow-wood," the country home of
Mrs. J. C. Jones. The members took
the train to Metzger station and walked
to the home of their hostess, where a
delightful luncheon was served. Inter
esting work and business was taken
up in the afternoon and at 5 o'clock
the flower-laden women returned to
Psychology Club circle No. 21 will
meet in the Morgan building, room 726,
tonight at 8 o'clock. The discussion
will be on "What Is Thought and Its
A musical programme and luncheon
tomorrow in Rose City Park will be a
delightful feature of the Rose City
Park women's department. Mrs. Percy
W. Lewis will have charge of the fol
lowing programme: Violin solo, "Vie
gunerweisen" (Larasate), Miss Marie
Chapman; soprano solo, "Villanelle"
(Del Agna), Miss Harriett Leach; dra
matic reading, Mrs. Percy W. Lewis,
violin solo, "Concerto Militaire," Miss
Marie Chapman: soprano solo, "Car
raena," Miss Harriett Leach. Mrs.
Percy W. Lewis, will accompany.
Judge Cleeton will deliver an address
this afternoon at Arleta school, where
an exhibition and home-coming func
tion will be held. T. E. Spiers, prin
cipal of the school, will be in charge.
A programme of exercises by boys and
girls of the Arleta and Ladd schools
will be carried out. Articles from the
CALENDAR FOR TODAY.
Tea this afternoon at Waverly
Country Club and golf tourna
ment. G. N. C. B. Girls' dance this
evening. Cotillion Hall.
Card party, St. George's parlsh,
Capitol Hill, this evening."
Card and dancing party this
evening, Rose City Park Club.
Meeting of St. Ann's Chari
table Society this evening at resi
dence of Mrs. T. J. Nowd.
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manual training and domestic science
department, sewing and garden prod
ucts will be shown. The affair will
be under the" auspices of the parent
The Portland Graded Union -of Sun
day School Workers will have luncheon
at the home of Mrs. C. A. Morden, 572
East Fifteenth street North, tomorrow
at 1 o'clock. This Is the opening meet
ing of the Summer series. After lunch
eon a business session will ,be held.
A special mothers meeting will be
held tomorrow at 2 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. I. G. Denny, Pleasant Home,
tinder the auspices of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union. Mrs. Mary
Mallett, of Portland, will talk on the
subject. "The Mother's Problem." A
programme will be carried out, includ
ing a duet by Miss Rosa Wishart and
Miss Rena Beers, and a piano rendition
by Miss Beers.
Under the auspices of the Kenton
Parent-Teacher Association, O. M. Plum
iner will speak at 3 o'clock today in
the school. "Eugenics" will be his
The Lavender Club will meet at
Peninsula Park this afternoon.
The final meeting of the EHot
Parent-Teacher Association will be
held this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
By Mrs E A"Walker.
ONCE there lived in a far country
an ogress who hated, everyone who
had any beauty because she was so
bad tempered that lier face was un
pleasant to look upon and her dispo
sition even showed in her form, which
was crooked and she walked sideways
instead of going straight ahead.
Now this dreadful ogress had little
ogies we should call them little girls
and. two were like their mother and
walked sideways, too, just as she did.
But the third and youngest was
very pretty and had long black hair,
which was very glossy. Her cheeks
were like two red roses and her teeth
When the ogress beheld the beauty
of her youngest daughter she began
to hate her, which, of course, is not
at all like a mother, and never hap
pens only in the land where bad
witches and ogresses live.
The girl s name was Filadoro, and
she was as good as she was beautiful;
all day she cooked and cleaned the
house and waited on her two bad-tempered
sisters, for you know bad-tempered
people are always bad featured.
If they had only known that the chiel
reason for Filadoro's beauty was be
cause she was of a sweet disposition.
they very likely would have tried to
overcome their disagreeable ways, but
they did not know anything about that,
and so they went on being.
But one day the ogress noticed that
Filadoro was growing more beautiful
and her two sisters told their mother
that unless she sent Filadoro away
they would leave home, for that very
day a young man who wore a beauti
ful velvet suit and a cap with a long
plume in it had. stopped at their door
and asked for a drink of water.
"We tried to be polite and get the
water for him," said one of the ugly
sisters, "but that bold Filadoro brought
the water .and he never looked at us
"He must have poor sight," replied
the ogress, "to prefer that black-
haired creature to my two handsome
darlings; I'll see to her atonce." And
she called Filadoro.
"It is high time, 'Miss, you were
taught how to respect your dear sis
ters." said the ogress. "You -shall be
put In the tower of this old castle
until .you know how to behave."
So poor Filadoro was put in a high
tower and fed on bread and water
until anyone but Filadoro would have
starved. But a good fairy watched
over her and the bread turned to meat
and cake and the water to good, rich
So Filandoro grew strong and more
beautiful, and the strangest part w.as
her hair grew long until It trailed
upon the floor.
Now. the young man in the rich
clothes who stopped at the ogress'
door was a prince, and he fell in love
with Filadoro. but the next time he
passed that way and asked for a drink
the two ugly sisters were the only ones
"Where is the young girl that
served me when I last called?" asked
"Oh. that was our servant," answered
the untruthful sisters, "and she was so
bold we sent her away."
The prince left with a heavy heart,
but just as he was riding away a bird
singing sweetly in a tree caused him
to look up, and there in the tower he
could see something moving.
"I wonder what that can be," thought
the prince. "That old castle looks ready
to fall; it cannot be that' anyone is
living in tnat tower.
He thought about the pretty girl he
had seen on his first visit all the way
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home and how strange the sisters had
acted when he asked about her.
"They did not look like people who
keep a servant," he said. "I believe I
will go back and watch."
So that night, when everyone was in
bed and asleep, the prince got on his
horse and rode back to the castle where
the ogress lived.
The prince Jumped from his horse
and ran to the tower, and, looking up,
he beheld the pretty Filadoro looking
down at him.
"What are you doing up there?" he
askedU "come down."
"I can't." answered Filadoro; "I am
"But I can climb up to you," said
the prince, "if you, can wind your hair
around something so it will be firm."
Filadoro saw a strong peg by the
window, so she gave her hair a twist
around It and told the prince to climb
AVhen he heard the etory of the treat
ment she had received all on account
of him, he told her he would rescue her
that very night and carry her off to
his palace and marry her.
He slid down the-glossy coil of Fila
doro's hair, and. mounting his horse,
he rode as fast as he could to his pal
ace. Then he took a large piece of rope
and rode back, and climbing up by
Filadoro's long coil, he was soon be
He fastened the rope about the peg
where her hair had been fastened, and
told her to slide down to the ground
and wait for him.
When he saw that she was safe, he
followed, and, placing her on the horse
in front of him, away they rode and
were soon out of the reach .and power
of the ogress.
(Copyright. 1915, by the McClure Newspaper
Sydnlcate, New York City.)
By Lilian Tingle.
Myrtle Creek. Or., June 14. Will you
kindly publish, at your earliest convenience
the cherry preserve recipe published about
two years ago? It took about three daya to
make them, : reheating ft number of times.
They certainly were delicious and well worth
the trouble. I have misplaced the recipe,
and as cherries are now ripe will appreciate
an early answer. Thanking you for all the
tenerit I nave receivea irom your columns.
.M lift. j. u. i.
I THINK the cherry recipe you mean
may have been the following. It
makes a rich delicious preserve re
sembling the imported French kind and
is not either difficult or troublesome
to prepare. "When candied cherries are
desired the syrup may be drained away
from the preserved fruit and used
eparately, while the cherries are al-
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lowed to dry out a little and may then
be rolled in granulated sugar and used
for garnishing cakes, desserts or bon
bons. When sweet cherries are used In this
preserve the flavor is likely to be inir
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Rich cherry preserves: Wash and
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hours, as may be convenient, in order
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down the syrup to a rich consistence,
in which the cherries cannot float, and
pour this over the fruit in the jars.
Seal in the usual way in cans, or put
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converted into candied cherries as sug
A variation on this cherry preserve
is made by using one orange to two
pounds stoned cherries and four cups
sugar. Add the juice to the cherries,
boil the peel until tender, then scrape
away the white (or leave it, as pre
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3-lb. tins, $1, or lb. -SS'aC
LANG & CO.
Royal Club Food Products