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HIE MOItNIXG OREGOXIAX, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1922
ROBERT C. PARKER was host
for a smart supper dance at
the Hotel Portland Wednesday
night. Miss Gladys MacSwiney and
John Banks, whose engagement was
recently announced, were honor
guests. Covers were placed for Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Gerlinger, Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Laing, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth. Beebe, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Wernicke, Dr. and Mrs. Sam Slocum,
Mrs. Mary Scarborough, the guests
of honor and the host. A dinner
party at the University club preced
ed the supper dance at the Port
land. An important social event of Sun
day afternoon will be the Henrietta
Michaelsen recital at the Art mu
seum. A few prominent folk who
will attend the recital are Mrs.
Charl&s E. Sears, Mrs. Maurice Seitz.1
Mrs. George T. Willett, Mrs. Joseph
X. Teal, Mrs. William MacMaster,
Mrs. Henry Ladd Corbett, Mrs. Harry
B. Torrey, Mrs. William D Wheel
wright, Mrs. Paul Seely, Mrs. H. G.
Wortman, Mrs. David T. Honeyman,
Mrs. Jean Park McCracken, Mrs.
Dent Mowrey, Mrs. David Campbell,
Mrs. Henry Berger Jr., Mrs. J. D.
Coleman, Mrs. Walter May, Mrs.
Theodore Brown, Mxs. Donald Spen
cer, Mrs. W. A. T. Bushong. Miss
Avis Dobdell, Miss Clementine Hirsch
and Miss Ruth Catlin.
Mrs. Thomas H. Williams will be
hostess this afternoon between the
hours of 4 and 6 at a tea to be given
at her beautiful home on Westover
road, in the interests of the cam
paign for women's colleges in China,
.Japan and India. A feature of the
afternoon will be the presentation
of the playlet, ."Lighting the
Christmas Candles," by seven girls
in oriental costume. Mrs. WilliamB
will be assisted by Mrs. William F.
Fiebig, Mrs. Ernest Wlllard, Mrs.
J. D. Coleman and Mrs. Edward R.
Harvey. Presiding at the tea table
will be Mrs. H. C. Wortman and Mrs.
A. E. Butterfield. Those who will
assist in the dining ropm are: Mrs.
Maurice Barnes, Mrs. Walter Shanks,
Mrs. Henry Trowbridge, Mrs. Ernest
Creighton, Mrs. Allan Noyes, Mrs.
John C. Sturm and Mrs. Harry K.
Tuesday, afternoon the Trinity
altar guild will give a silver tea at
the rectory". Nakazava will speak
on "Japanese Prints" at 2 o'clock.
The tea hour will be from 3 until S
Mrs. Josephine Warrens compli
mented Mrs. Wesley Ladd Kendall
and Mrs. Harry Melven wia bridge
tea Wednesday afternoon. Presid
ing at the tea hour were Mrs. John
N. Coghlan and Mrs.1 William O. Van
Schuyver. Mrs. George .Allen Law
rence, Miss Nancy Holt and Mrs.
Wilson Coffey assisted about the
One of the smartest affairs of the
week will be the tea given this
afternoon for Mrs. Clarence Bishop
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soft dough, just stiff enough to roll
and cut nicely. Use as little flour as
possible in rolling, as too much flour
will make hard doughnuts. On the
other hand, if the first doughnut
you fry (after assuring yourself
that the fat is at the right tempera
ture) seems to soak up the fat, you
will know that your dough is too
soft and can add just a little more
flour. Three and one-half cups is
usually about right, but the exact
quantity may vary a little with dif
ferent varieties of flour and with
varying amounts of moisture in the
potatoes. Drain carefully over the
frying kettle (using a wire egg
beater If you have not a wire frying
basket), then place on a folded
paper to absorb the last drop of
grease. If, however, the tempera
ture was just right and if the
doughnuts are well drained over the
pan, there should be practically no
grease on the draining paper. Roll
in granulated sugar if desired. These
doughnuts are best eaten while
fresh. A wire frying basket is use
ful for large quantities and can be
had for 16 or 20 cents.
3. A number of suggestions for
French pastries as well as several
foundation cake, pastry and eclair
mixtures, frostings and fillings have
appeared since your letter was writ
ten. What particular types do you
4. Usually if Parker house rolls
fall when taken .from the oven It
means that they have been either
over ra'sed or under baked or both.
6. I have not space for a recipe
for Parker house rolls today, but
will try to give one later, so watch
In reply to Mrs. H. L. G. (Ho
quiam. Wash.), I have to say that
It is always impossible for me to
"send" recipes or special copies of
The Oregonian; but she can prob
ably obtain the paper for the date
she mentions by applying to the
business office of The Oregonian.
MISS HELEX WEST, WHO WTIX ENTER SEVERAL OP HER HORSES
IN THE HORSE SHOW A EXT WEEK.
by Mrs. Donald Spencer at her home
on Cornell road.
The Portland Heights club will be
the scene of an attractive dance to
night. This will be a formal affair.
The second dance will be: given No
vember 17, at which there will be
an election of officers. Those on
the social committee for this month
include Mrs. W. E. Boyd, Mrs.
Franklin T. Griffith, Mrs. S. M. Lu
ders, Mrs. R. F. Prael, Mrs. C. B.
Baker, Mrs. Rupert P- Hauser and
Mrs. Fred A. Nitchey.
The Laurelhurst club will give a
dance this evening at which friends
of members and prospective mem
bers will be the honor guests.
The Halloween hop given by
Helene Oates, Thelma Sandstrom
and Virginia Peck at the Laurel
hurst clubhouse Saturday, October
28, was a brilliant and enjoyable
gathering for the younger set. Deco
rations were in keeping with the
season. Guests to the number of
300 were present.
Members of Chi Omega alumnae
will meet informally at the Portland
hotel today at 1 o'c'ock. A luncheon
will be held every Friday. Any Chi
Omegas in Portland will be welcomed.
BRUSSELS SPROUTS of excellent
quality were shown on the mar
ket yesterday at 15 cents a pound.
This is considerably less than the
price has been previously. Tomatoes
went up' 1 cent yesterday and are
now priced at 4 cents a pound on
the Yamhill market. Cabbage is still
1 cent a pound, carrots are a cent
and a half and squash is 2. cents
a pound. Corn is still offered at 20
cents a dozen ears.
Raspberries are offered at 25 cents
a box and appear to be of good
quality. Grapes are plentiful.
Quantities of select quality Eng
lish walnuts are arriving on the
wholesale market at the wholesale
price of 30 cents a pound for select
quality. The retail price differs in
various stores and markets.
Sweet green peppers are offered
at 5 cents a pound and sweet red
peppers at two pounds for 15 cents.
The wholesale price of flour has
taken another advance of 20 cents a
barrel, the second rise within the
week, bringing the wholesale quota
tion up to J7.40 a Barrel.
Cloth or Silk Lena Expensive Than
CLOTH or silk made into tubing
and used as collar and cuffs on
a suit or coat are just as warm and
attractive as fur, but far less ex
pensive. Make a wide tubing of silk
or cloth. Kill it with cotton or wool
padding. Join it to your coat or suit
collar and cuffs. You can add to its
attractiveness by embroidering it
with silk wool or metal thread.
ocratic candidate for state repre
sentative, will entertain with a
group of southern folk songs. An
invitation is extended to all candi
dates to be present and state their
views. The public is invited.
Lincoln - Garfield Woman's Relief
corps will meet today at 2 o'clock
at room 525, courthouse. The corps
also announces a bazaar to be held
Friday, November 10, at the court
house. A dinner will be served at
noon and the public is invited.
Y. W. C. A. will present a special
musical programme next Sunday at
4:15 o'clock in tne social hall. Miss
Elizabeth Hbben will be in charge,
assisted by Weber's Juvenile orches
tra. Besides orchestra numbers there
will be tenor 6olos by Arthur Hen
derson, contralto solo by Miss Bertha
Schwan, bass solo by Frederick
Dorn, piano selections by Miss
Hoben and readings by Miss Belma
A social hour and tea will
There will be no admission
A rummagesale is to be held by
the Camp Fire girls November 10'
and 11 at 249 Washington street, for
the purpose of raising money for
the purchase of a permanent sum
mer camp. It was announced that
materials for the rummage sale
should be taken to that address
November 8 or 9. Paper gathered
for the paper drive should also be
taken to the same address on the
Women of Peninsula community
house morning class gave a surprise
Halloween luncheon and stunt party
for their instructor. Miss Edna
Agler, Tuesday. The class of 60 ap
peared in gay Halloween costumes.
A dainty luncheon was served in the
community house social room. The
evening class, which has a record
attendance this winter, also cele
brated with a campfire, witches'
cauldron and other Halloween fes
tivities. Members of the men'a
gymnasium class at the community
house were invited to join the
women's class for the supper which
followed the class work. Miss Agler
Is director for the women and Louis
Gallo for the men.
Glencoe Parent-Teacher associa
tion will entertain with a dance for
adults only at the schol auditorium
tonight. There will be no dance to
The Overlook Woman's club will
meet today at. 2 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. R. A. Wilson, 765 Melrose
drive. Dr. Frank Brant of the So
cial Hygicjne society, will be the
speaker and Mrs. A. M. Bump will
entertain with whistling solos, ac
companied by her daughter, Edna
By Helen Decie
QUITE often hygienic mistakes
mean errors in etiquette, too.
For instance, kissing helpless
babies on the mouth., which is con
demned by all doctors, is also an
offense against that immutable law
of good manners which forbids "tak
The startled mother in the illus
tration, who had left the child with
her brother for a few minutes in a
hotel parlor, was dismayed when
she returned to find the little tod
dler receiving the kisses of a total
stranger. The mother, like the phy
sician, knows that while it would be
an equal liberty for the unknown
woman to strike the child, the dan
ger of possible injury would be far
less. Even before the perils of
communicable disease germs had
been discovered fastidious people
never allowed their babies to be
medium blue. It is made like the en
closed cut, but without the skirt trim.
The skirt is scalloped like the peplum
and all edges are bound with cherry.
The sleeves are elbow length and the
skirt is 70 inches around. . I am 5 feet
7 inches tall, weigh l'Ja pounds and am
16 years of age; rather dark. I appre
ciate very much any assistance you may
be able to give me. Yours truly.
ME. Your crepe de chine of
. burnt orange is rather light
in texture to wear with so heavy a
woolen skirt. A canton or jersey
cloth would be in better taste. Em
broider in a conventional band de
s:gn your blouse of crepe and be
sure not to overdo, as it must be
kept in the tailored type. The finer
weight of worsted will be the best
and in the brown and green shades
as shown in the skirt's sample. If
your blouse is a slipover type I
would then suggest . the Russian
blouse line, with which you are no
doubt familiar; the opening, as you
know, being at the left-side front
and continued to the over-the-skirt
edge of blouse.
It would be folly to have you
make any great change in the styl
of your taffeta when the bodiced
line is finding so much favor. Sup
pose then that you remove the scal
loped peplum and keep your full
skirt, adding to the neck and sleeves
the bertha and sleeve frills of the
silver lace. To convince you more
fully that your dress is the very
newest type, I shall ask you to see
the Fashionable Dress for Novem
ber, page 21, No. 2366. If your skirt
is short add a strip of cherry taf
feta to the lower edge, which I
would have scalloped. Your added
strip will determine the needed
Madam. Bickpf r
PORTLAND, Or., Oct. 2. Madam
Riohet: I have a blouse of material
like the sample of crepe de chine. It
is very plain, being made with set-in
sleeves, three-quarter length. It is gath
ered on a narrow band at the neck.
The length la 29 inches. I intend to
wear ' it with a skirt like the wool
sample, but the blouse needs a great
deal of some other color. I considered
wool embroidery, but did not know vhat
colors to use as I wish nothing strik
ing. What is the color of the blouse?
Also T wish to make over a taffeta In
plain foods better
and you'll save
Use raisins to make plain
foods more attractive and you
can save food bills.
Ao4 the raisin's zest to your
rice pudding and bread pudding.
Serve raisins stewed with oat
meal to win little folks.
Flavor isn't always a matter
of expense. Use the raisin's
Sun-Maid Raisins should cost
you no more than the following
Seeded (in 11 M. MM fikpa.) 20a
Seedless (in IS oc nd p. 18e
., Seeded or Seedless (li oc) ISo
Ask dealers for
Had four Iron Today?
LEBANON-. Or.. Oct. 1. Dear Madam
Richet: Would like your advice in
making dress for school wear of en
closed material. Have two yards 64
inches wide (jersey).
I am 17 years old. 5 feet S inches in
height and weigh 133 pounds.
would like suggestion from some style
book in order to secure a pattern. "Will
appreciate your advice. A READER.
A Reader, Lebanon, Or. You are
rather "short" on material, but with
MARSHFIELD, Or., Oct. 23. Dear
Miss Tingle: I write to ask if you can
get the correct proportions of sugar, but
ter, tflour and chopped nuts to put on
top of coffee bread, that will form a
sort of crumbly sugar coating. Grand
mother made a raised dough coffee bread
and as I well remember the top had a
heavy crumbly sugar coating.
Thanking you kindly, I remain sin
cerely, MRS. J. A. M.
USUALLY about equal measures
of sugar and flour, with half
as much butter as sugar will give
good "crumbs" such as you describe.
As a matter of fact a number of dif
ferent proportions will all give sat
isfactory fesults. - You can use an
equal measure of "crumbs" and
chopped nuts, or more or less of
either, as you prefer. It Is purely a
matter of personal preference.
YAMHILL, Or., Aug. 11. Dear Miss
Tingle: Please give recipes for the fol
lowing: (1) Eclairs, (2) doughnuts made with
potatoes, and (3) some simple French
(4) What makes Parker house rolls
fall when taken from the oven and (5)
please give a recipe for the same.
Piea&e answer in the daily Oregonian
as we take no other.
Thanking you In advance,
MRS. R. L.
I am sorry you have had to wait
so long for your answer, but It has
been necessary for the "time limit'"
to expire on a number of the things
you ask for.
1. A recipe for cream puffs and
eclairs has appeared since your let
ter was written. If you missed it
please write again.
2. Following is a recipe for plain
potato doughnuts. For richer dough
nuts a well beaten egg may be
added and the amount of milk
slightly reduced to give the same
The fat for doughnuts should be
lust hot enough to turn the bit of
bread a nice golden brown in 60 sec
onds. If it takes longer than this
!t!, ' t hotnouVh and if the
lower half of the sleeve made of the
contrasting material, I feel sure
that ycu can "get it out." In the
Pictorial Review you will see in the
winter quarterly a clever model,
page 21, No. 1188. With your tan-
sand jersey combine a brown moire,
using it for the vest, vestee. collar
and trimmings where shown. The
strip on skirt can be eliminated
for a school dress, as the constant
sitting and rising would be rather
strenuous on the strip so trimmed
PORTLAND, Or., Oct. - 4. Dear Mad
am Richet: I have enough white net if
combined with another material -to make
such a frocc as theJ enclosed illustra
tion. What would you think of lace
as a possiblity? I thought of dyeing
the net and then matching the color in
lace. Do you think that such a model
would tend to make me appear shorter,
as 1 am only 5 feet 3 inches, weigh
107, have dark brown hair, gray eyes,
quite fair complexion with plenty of
color, am 28 years, but appear much
younger. What color would you sug
gest for this frock? It will be worn
for informal evening parties and I'm
rather fond of bright colors. If you
think another type would suit me bet
ter I feel sure you will be frank enough
to tell me.
Thenf would the Russian blouse type
of suit become one of my size as well
as the suit with perfectly straight lines?
Thanking you very much. Sincerely
yours. KIT PARKER.
Kit Parker The style you Inclose
is very clever and I would not think
of lace as a combining fabric, but
rather a taffeta of turquoise, which
Is always attractive, particularly at
night, and pn one who has plenty of
color. This with your white net
would be charming. The girdle I
would have of the silver flowers.
ending with a loop of silver ribbon
whose end drops in generous length
with that of a velvet matching the
taffeta. Can you not already "see"
your very fetching frock?
The, Russian blouse type will not
arrord you the long line that the all-in-one
dress will give. However.
with your "dainty" weight there is
no strict reason for the elimina
tion of the "blouse de Russe."
doughnuts are put in at this point
they will soak up grease. If the
bread browns in less than 60 seconds
the fat is too hot and if the dough
nuts are put in at this temperature
they will be too brown outside and
doughy in the middle. Use a fat of
high burning point
Plain Potato Doughnuts One cup
very smooth hot "riced" or mashed
potatoes, one cup hot milk, one cun
sugar, four level teaspoons baking
powuer, one teaspoon salt, one tea
spoon flavoring or spice (mace and
cinnamon mixed or nutmeg or cin
namon alone, as preferred), one
tablespoon melted shortening (may
be omitted), about 3 cups flour
measured after once siftiner.
Beat the mashed or riced potatoes
very lightly with the hot milk and
shortening. When not quite cool
combine with the dry ingredients
(sifted together) to make a rather
Learn to Dance
School of Dancing,
Intermediate Class Mondays
and Wednesday evenings, 7:30
P. M., for those who dance.
Most Advanced Class Wednes
day evenings, 9 P. M.
lVewx Claea for Adult BEGINNERS
will start Tuesday evening, Nov.
7, 7:30 P. M. Make reservations
High School Advanced Class
Friday Evening, 7:30 P. M.
High School Beginners' Class
Saturday Evening, 7:00 P. M.
We specialise In Chlldren'a
Classee all ages.
For Information" Call Main 601T.
Women of Mooseheart Legion will
hold their regular 500 card party
this afternoon at 2:15 o'clock at the
Moose temple. Members and friends
are invited to attend.
Shiloh circle, Ladies of the Grand
Army, will serve a benefit dinner
tomorrow at 12 o'clock at the Odd
fellows hall, Lents. Friends are
The tea to be given by the Altar
guild of St. Michael's and All Angels
church has been postponed until
Eccelsia circle of the First Chris
tian church will meet today at the
home of Mrs. Fl W. Whitely, 134
Mirimar place. Mrs. Carl M. Little
and Mrs. C. B. Brown will be assist
The woman's auxiliary of Trinity
church will hold its regular month
ly meeting today at 2:30 o'clock at
the parish house. A good attend
ance is desired.
KELSO, Wash.. Nov. 2. (Special.)
Misses Irvina Guild and Ida Mar
tin of Woodland, Washington, state
canning champions, will hold a pub
lic demonstration in canning at
Woodland tomorrow. Next week
they go to Portland where they
will meet the Oregon and Idaho
state champions for the northwest
The housewives' council will hold
a mass meeting at Arleta library to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs.
Josephine Othus, president, will pre-
s'de. Mrs. Alice M. McNaught. dem-
Rotarian Governor Visits Chehalis
CHEHALIS, Wash., Nov. 2. Ro-
tarians here enjoyed an official
visit from the district governor of
the organization, Frank Lamb of
Hoquiam, Wash. At its next meet
ing Chehalis Rotarians will have as
guests L. D. McArdle and others of
the state department of business ad
ministration. William Smith has
resigned his position as secretary
of the local club.
Makes Perfect . TTV
is Jam and Jelly
, Making Time
Try These Recipes :
Cranberry Sauce DeLuxe
Pinch or crush each berry of 1 pound
ripe Cranberries with the fingers so that
they 'pop" or open up. If too hard or
green topen in this manner, slit part
way with knife. Use ripest red berries to
get finest flavor. Dissolve 6 level cups
(814 lbs.) sugar in 3 cups of water. Then
add the broken berries. Bring slowly to a
boil and then boil hard one minute. Re
move from, Are and stir in one bottle
(scant cup) "of Certo (have it poured out
in cup ready to use). Skim and at one
pour Into moulds or glasses.
(From bottled grape Jnlce)
Measure 74 level cups (s lbs.) sngar
nd 4 cups (2 lbs.) juice into large sauce
pan, stir, and bring to a boil. At ones)
add one bottle (scant cup) Certo stirring
constantly. Continue to stir and bring
again to a hard boil for one minute stir
ring continually, xiemove irom lire,
and pour quickly.
Certo it pare fruit prod
net and contains no gelatine
Certo is need by experts
and housewives everywhere.
Get bottle from your gro
cer with free recipe book or
write for extra.copies to
PtOm Saks Co, Inc., Rochester, N. Y.
Women are oftentimes bet- E
ter buyers than men espe-
cially of the things she uses s
in the home. Thorough m-
vestigation is convincing
proof to most women and
5 has been for 75 years that
E the best from every point of
E view and for every use in the
E home, are
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E BEST at the price of the E
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E way 4115 or see com-
plete display at
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14th and GlUan, Portland.
ISHERWOOD STOVE CO.,
14th and G linen Sts.,
Would like to know who sells
CHARTER OAK in this section.
NOTIS Mention kind desired.
Exceptionally Lare Selections.
Second Floor, Artisans Buildins;,
N. W. Corner Broadway and Oak
St Just Below Hotel Benson.
Cooking Utensils " CLEAN
For quick results on
all metalware tise
We Tell It With VALUES
If you are Big1, Great and of Service to the
Community, Everybody Talks About You.
This "Sweet Sixteen" Event
Is the Talk of the Town
The Reason Is Apparent
Just A Year Ago
we opened this store.
Portland received us with
great acclaim. Through
the year following "Sweet
Sixteen" grew greater,
bigger and more service
able to Portland women,
accomplishing for them
what no other house ever
Is it any wonder
talks about us and
in such a com
To Make This Event So
Great that it will be talked about for another year
has been our determination in presenting such
values during this celebration at
It Makes No Difference
what your size, whether 16 or 44. That's
our range of sizes.
"Special" because we will have ready-to-wear
the most charming frocks and coats
Portland ever gazed upon in styles and
NO WOMAN SHOULD
145-147 BROADWAY, PORTLAND.
Golden Gate Ji.
HOT TEA BREAKS
A COLD -TRY THIS
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Get a small package of Hamburg
Breast Tea at any pharmacy. Take a
tablespoonful of this hamburg; tea,
put a cup of boiling water upon it.
pour through a slev9 and drink a
teacupful at any time. It Is the most
effective way to break a cold and
cure grip, as it opens the porea. re
lieving congestion. Also loosens
the bowels, thua breaking a cold at
It Is Inexpensive and entirely vege
table, therefore harmless. Adv.
stunning with spaghetti