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THE MORNING OREGONlA1ST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1922
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NATHAN STRAUSS entertained
with a beautifully appointed
dinner Thursday night in the
blue room of the Hotel Portland.
The Misses Ella and Clara Strauss
of Xcw York, who are spending- the
summer in Portland the guests of
their brother, Mr. Strauss, were
honored g-uests. Covers were placed
for .Mrs. Solomon Hirsch, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry William Metzger, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Hermann. Miss
Hirsch. Miss Fleischner. Miss Clem
entine Hirsch, Miss Mae Hirsch, M.
Fleischner, I. X. Fleischner. Sanford
Hirsch and the host.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Allen enter
tained Friday night at a delightful
dinner dance honoring- Mr. and Mrs.
M'ckle, of Chicago. Their guests in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ketten
bach, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Baker, Dr.
and Mrs. Seldon, Mr. and Mrs. Ru
pert Houser, Mr. and Mrs. Z. K.
Carson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W.
Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bruun,
Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd, Mr. and
Mrs. George Mickle and, the host and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Miller are
receiving congratulations upon the
arrival of a son born on Tuesday.
The baby will be named Leslie, after
his mother. Mrs. Miller and her
little son are at the Portland Ma
Miss Helen Marshall, who has
been the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
C. D. Bruun, for the summer at the
Waverley Country club, plans .to
leave for her home in Berkeley, Cal..
Mrs. Lynn Davis and her sister.
Miss Eleanor Wiggins, left Thurs
day morning for a few days at Sea
side. They will return the latter
part of next week.
Miss Flora Jane Menefee has as
her guest her aunt. Mrs. Marris E.
Berney. of Fort Worth. Texas, for
short time at the Mallory hotel.
Mr. Etna Ransom. Mrs. H. M.
Patton and Miss Elizabeth Patton
are spending a few days at Ximrod.
Howard Holland entertained at
dinner at Waverley club honoring
the Misses Penrose, of Winnipeg.
The members of the Oregon Tacht
club are asking all their, friends
to bring their lunch and join them
in a p'cnic and dance at Windemuth
-mursaay, August 24. Lunch at 7
o'clock and dancing at 8:30.
Mrs. Z. K. Carson invited a few
intimate friends to tea Thursday to
meet Miss Georgia and Helen Pen
rose, of Winnipeg.
Mrs. M. U. Zeitfuchs has left Port
land for Berkeley, Ca!., making the
trip by motor in company with her
son. Dr. E. H. Zeitfuchs. with whom
she will make an extended v;sit
Mrs. George Butterfield and her
two children, Mary Jane and George
H. Jr., have returned home after a
three months' visit with Mrs. But
terfield's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E F
Garrity of Columbus, O.. and vis
iting other points of interest in the
The announcement of the mar
riage of Miss Nora Jane Bennett
and Dr. Frederick Pageler will coma
as a great surprise to their large
circle of friends. The marriage took
Place at Hillsboro. Or., May 24, the
Rev. Mr. Deck of the First Con
gregational church offictatine Dr
Berg er Pnoto,
MRS. G. W. PRAZ OF FORT DODGE, IOWA, WHO HAS BEES VISITING
and Mrs. Arthur Durbin
attendants. The announcement was
made at a recent luncheon given
by Mrs. J. Oswald Gibson Jr., sis
ter of Dr. Pageler. Mrs. Pageler was
a student of St. Mary's academy,
later graduating from Washington
high. She is also a graduated nurse
from Sellwood hospital. Mrs. Bageler
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer F. Bennett. Mr. Pageler is
a graduate from the Oregon College
of Ocular Sciences. He also re
ceived the degree of doctor from the
De Keyser Institute of Optometry.
He is practicing at Eugene, Or. Mr.
Pageler is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Pageler of Alameda drive.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Kennedy
entertained with a week-end party
at their country home, "The Ken
port," last week. Their guests In
cluded Mr. and Mrs. George Dierk
ing, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Sailing
Funk of Walla Walla. Wash.; Esther
Jefferies. Eva Nordstrom, Edna
Pearl Simmons. Winifred Byrom of
Winnipeg,, Messrs. J. Bernard Kisky,
Gifford Euson. Eugene Nordstrom,
Christian Kisky and Richard Dick
man of Seattle.
Mrs. M. Kabat was hostess for an
elaborate dinner Thursday evening
were the 'at her beautiful home in Irvington,
honoring Mrs. F. A. Seuffert, Mrs. F.
Knecht and her daughter Kkthryn.
The Misses Kathryn and Clare
Knecht are entertaining a group of
young folks at the country home of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Knecht, this weekend. . Sunday
morning breakfast Is being given
in honor of Nadine Forrester of Los
Miss Marguerite Schwab, a former
Portland girl, is the house guest
her uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs
O. D. Thornton. For the past few
years Miss Schwab has made he
home in San Francisco and souther
Honoring Miss Suzanne Moreau
whose - marriage to Mr. Byron
Beattie will be an event of Septem
ber 2. Mrs. L. J. Beattie was hostess
at an attractive linen showe
Wednesday afternoon at her hom
at S30 Rodney avenue.
Mrs. William E. Prudhomme and
daughter Frances left Wednesday
on the steamer Senator for San
Francisco. Miss Prudhomme will
attend school at San Rafael. Mrs
Prudhomme will visit' in Los An
eles before her return home.
hj Madam Richer
COQUILLE. Or., Aug. 1. Dear Madam
Rlchet: I have a plain blue serge tailor
made suit. It Is of a very heavy materi
al. Coat Is seml-fllted. one-piece back
plain collar and lapel, as in man's suit
Front is absolutely plain, fastens with
three buttons. Length below waist line
about 12 inches. This is my problem. I
am a few pounds thinner now than when
euit was made, so that coat bags little
around shoulders and in front. I don't
want to cut the coat. How could I wear
it now? Is there any type of large col
lar that would come out on shoulders
and well down. Think that would help
to cover up defect, also think belt would
tie: p some.
I am small, thin-faced, have light hair i
and blue eyes. I look best in bright col- I
ors, especially blue. .
I thank you in advance for vour con- .
eideration. A SUBSCRIBER.
P. S. Age 29 years. j
A SUBSCRIBER. Coquille, Or. If j
you' feel that you are not go- I
Ing- to regain those lost pounds. I j
would advise getting a pattern simi- I
lar In line to your suit and recut- I
ting, as there is no charm in a I
tailored suit when too large or too
email. However, as a temporary ar
rangement, t would suggest very
chic choker collar of fur on which
attached the oblong collar which
falls in free line at the back. In
the McCall' September issue there
appears on page 51, No. 2810, an
example of this very chic etyle. The
panel can be on collar ' of fur or
caught to the jacket. The attached
line with ' the chokes will better
cover the coat type of collar which
you now have. To make the addi
tion a. feature rather than a patch
to cover the Tit beneath, I would
liave a stripe of blue and tan or blue
and gray, with either the "beaver or
squirrel collar. Beaver with the
first, named and squirrel with the
latter. This will in no measure de
tract from the style of your suit.
I v figli 110 pounds, and my age is around
2-"i yf a rs.
Thanking you for your kind suggestion,
j 1 am sincerely yours, BRUNETTE.
I Brunette, Ilwaco, Wash. There is
! certainly something which can be
done with your wonderful broadcloth
and, while there must needs be a
certain amount of waste due to the
very narrow pieces, you can, with a
pattern and thoughtful cutting, use
the matertal you now have for the
redingote top with a vest and sleeve
of satin in contrasting shade such as
dark blue, dark green, taupe or
henna. With any selection the
black rope silk to be used as shown
on the vest and sleeves. The skirt
you now have can be recut and the
seams will show little under the
paneled top. The piecing can be
made under the belt. All edges can
be bound with the black or the ma
terial as combined. In all proba
bility the panels will be shorter
than illustrated and will be very
effective and correct if edged at the
bottom only with a deep fringe
That this pattern will meet your
problem I am sure, for one was
made under much the same line from
an old suit I once had.
Let me hear from you if I can be
of further help.
Read The Oregonian classified ads
NOTED ARTIST WILL HELP JUDGE ATLANTIC CITY BEAUTY
Dear Madam Richet Will you please
suggest pantern, color and material for a
silk dress for afternon and street wear?
I am 5 feet 7 Inches in height and short
waisted. I weigh about 135 pounds. Bust
S6 inches, waist 2S Inches and hips meas
ure 40 inches. Medium brown hair, blue
gray eyes and good color. Thanking you
tor any suggestions you may give, I am
very -truly yours. MRS. A. D.
Mrs. A. D. The Pictorial pattern.
No. 1197, which you enclose is really
splendid, inasmuch as the treatment
of the belt has a long line and just
the thing which one with a short
waist should wear.
If you are planning to wear the
dress on the street, as well as in-,
doors, I would not have the lace
cascades, as they are out of place
for the former wearing. Have your
dress of the much-fancier moire
silk, the rippled panels of the same
and tho hand work done in chenille.
A dark blue trimmed in black, a
fawn trimmed in brown, a dark
green in black and gray will give
you combinations from which to
make a selection. The button
should match the ehade used In hand
ILWACO. Wash.. Aug. 14. Dear Madam
Richet: 1 am sending you a sketch and
material of an old-fashioned black coat
which Is a puzsle to me. The material is
very good, as you can see, but it is cut
Into so many gores that I do not know
how to make it over. t
I have had It lying around for years.
I thought that if anyone could figure
anything that you suggest. Maybe 1 can
get a skirt out or It. If nothing more.
The length of the skirt comes to the
Xiooo-oa me, I am live feet tall and
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Here are Mr. mud Mrs). Howard Chandler Chrlstv at Atlantic City. Mr.
C'hrtaty will be one of the judges of the national beauty content at
Atlantic City farly in September, when Miss) Portland will compete
with benutlea from other American cities. From the photograph one
may guns that Mrs. Christy would be a formidable competitor in a
beauty contest herself, but she will not be an entrant. In fact, the
list will be made up entirely of unmarried eirls from the leadinK
cities. The winner of the contest The Oregonian has been conducting
has not been announced yet, but will be early next week. In the mean
time three more pages of contestants' photographs will be printed
tomorrow. Look them over, as well as those previously printed, and
sec if your personal choice agrees with that to be made finally by the
board of judges.
Below A Germain-Fauquet
model of tetre - tie - negre
plush with cocade dashing!
Center A restaurant model
by Laurel, with the new
sweeping line in ostrich.
Above A chic hat for tail
leur wear. Rust color, de
signed to accentuate the new
silhouette on long slender
lines. One of Bel-Nord's fa
' of Portland'?
Isfewest SAop for i-mo
Today the women of Portland will see the
smartest display of new Autumn Millinery
to be found in the city at the NEW YORK
MILLINERY COMPANY Portland's
newest shop for fine millinery and furs.
This shop is an exact replica of one of the
finest and most exclusive shops on Fifth ,
Avenue, New York. Here you will always
find the most exclusive hats in Portland at
prices that are moderate.
Hats range in price from $5 to $75 with
special lines of exclusive models at $5 to $15.
Does your style require a hat that is
bizarre daring? It is here for you. Is
your individuality best expressed by a soft,
becoming model or a quaint style? What
ever you prefer it is here. For we spe
cialize in expressingyowr individuality in
j ' your millinery.
T7T T"D O that reflect the fashion of the moment are here the kind of furs that will
-T IvO last for vears. Luxurious canes and coats. Smart scarfs chic chokers
everything that is new and desirable. - Skunk, Hudson Seal, Fox, Wolf, Lynx, Marten,
Squirrel in fact, every conceivable style that is wanted and smart here at moderate price
1 FAMILIAR FACES TO GREET YOU You may have been assisted in the .
past-by these well-knoz&n milliners, who witl take pleasure in serving you here:
Miss Johnson, formerly with Elizabeth's ; Miss Lawrence, formerly assistant millinery buyer for
Lipman, Wolfe & Co.; Miss Sims, formerly with Bon Marche; Miss Nash, Miss Bristol and others
We shall be happy, to have you come in today and see our chic new millinery and furs.
Come, even if you're not yet ready to buy.
r ii-smsMinmnr ' jl
291 Morrison Street, Just Below Fifth
The Gordon Grange Corps will
oin with the local- post of the Grand
Army of the Republic this after-
oon in holding- their annual plc
ic at the Oaks.
College Drops "Flunkers." -
OREGON AGRICULTURAL. COL
BGE, Corvallls Aus;. 18. (Spe-
ial.) Half ot the 35 ; students
placed on proDation last term be
cause of low grades bid fair to lose
their standing in school Already
4 "flunkers" who have shown no
disposition to get pas-sable grades
have been dropped from the, roll
and will be absent when college
opens September 18. Of this- num
ber only one is a co-ed, the unlucky
3 being men students.- Four other
students will be driven, a last oppor
tunity to make good during -the fall
term, falling wbloh they will (be re
fused readmission, says Dean, G. A.
Covell, secretary of the scholarship
Rogue Valley Ships Pears.
GRANTS PASS, Or., Aug. 18.
(Special.) Bartlett pear shipments
are starting this week from the
Rogue valley, the first few carloads
being consigned to Salem canneries.
Three cars already have been
loaded here and next week two cars
a day will- be sent out.- It is ex
pected that the majority of the 25
cars will be sent to canneries in
California. There w'll b$ 10 cars of
late pears, whicii will be packed.
Robber Suspect Bound Over.
GRANTS PASS, Or., Aug. 18.
(Special.) William Johnson was
bound over to the grand Jury today
following a hearing on the cTiarge
of robbery in many houses in the
city. Johnson was arrested in Al
bany tot the sunt oXjse and a
request was made Oy local officers
to have him sent here. He was ar
rested in company with Ted Biss
inger, a youth of 19, as they were
leaving a house in- Albany. Biss
inger was paroled' to his mother
there but is held now in the Jose
phine county jail. Bonds for John
son were placed- at 500.
Stamped needlework, exclusive de
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