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SUNDAY QBEkOfflAN, .PORTLAND, FEBRUARY 11, 1900.
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WV Especial credit Is due Miss Nellie I .'4
Sfee bed the largest, softest eyes
Of ar woman there,
!A artist wmU have praleea her term,
Xar Atee was paestog fair,
. r Aa amtme had endowed her -with
A -wealth of beratsbed hair.,
!AC yt her heart was heavy, and
he stead, apart and stgtifed;
A. took out of another's eyes
Had hatiMwd all her pride;
She eauld sot put her lips la emllea.
Me matter how she tried!
She Trace a gn she'd -jcani before.
It ww heoomtitcr, too;
Bat. oh, that ether womaa's loekl
N Tm evident she knew!
Boor wretch, tfceateoe japert la shame
"What else was there to do'
HIGH SCHOOL FESTIVITY
part therein acquitting: themselves In a
creditable manner. Deserving: of special
mention were the addresses of "welcome
by William J. McGinn and Miss Nellie
O'Brien; the instrumental solos of Miss
Hennessy; a recitation by Frank Till
man, and the elocutionary -work of Joseph
Hayes. Following the rendition of the
programme, tile guests engaged in a so
cial hop, which lasted until a late hour.
Especial credit is due Miss Nellie
O'Brien for the way she arranged the en
tire affair, and the charming manner In
which she entertained the invited guests
The patronesses were: Mrs. O. J. Jen
nings, Mrs. John F. Shea, Mrs. Richard
M. Dooley and Mrs. James P. O'Brien.
River, has been visiting her brother, Will
iam B. Price, on Grand avenue.
Charles TCdh'n is expected homo from
xew York early this week.
Harry Houghton, of San Francisco, la
spending a few days in Portland.
Mrs. Henry Goodman will be at home
the "second Tuesday of each month.
Mr. and Mrs. Phelps Montgomery ar
rived from the East on Thursday.
Mr. J. C, Ainsworth returned from a
10 d&ysr visit to San Francisco yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. :Morey have returned
from a month's visit to Southern Califor
Mrs. Nathaniel G Kaufman and son, of.
will be- in session sir days this week
in Sjan ifranclsco.
Mr.tT, A. Stewart and daughter, Miss.
Etta, left last Sunday evening for a so
journ In California. They will visit all
the interesting points of that state and
return in six weeks.
. fRev. , Alexander Blackburn and wife
cik iu tveaiun, jr.f -on xnursaay. xte
is to preach the dedication sermon of the
new-Baptist churrih-there- next Sunday,
and 'also the ordination .sermon for F. C.
Stannard, at Adams, on Friday night.
Birthday Surprise Fnrty.
Miss Elsie Smith was the recipient of a,
surprise party on Wednesday evening in
,hdhpr of her birthday. Dancing and vocal
and instrumental music were the chief
features of the entertainment, to which
the pleasures of a delicious supper were
added. Those present were: Miss Fanny
Brown, Miss Kate Sltton,' Miss Lucy Slt
ton, Miss Morse, Miss Carrie Smith,
Messrs. Jordan Zan,-Morris Whltehouse,
C. D. Lewis," Robert McCraken, J. Coff
man and Frank pekum.
"Last Bnll of Season.
- The fourth and last ball of the season
Ladles' Night at Sans Soncl Club.
Last Thursday night the Sans Soucl
Club at Parsons hall witnessed their
most pleasant social gathering of the
season, the occasion being "ladles' night,"
Much credit for the success of the even
ing Is due the reception committee, con
sisting of Mrs. Albert von der Werth,
Mrs. Ben Bodley, the Misses Helena
Wolff, Ethel Kinsman, Clara Blanchart,
Sarah Stringer, Lou Bodley and May
MADE IN FRANCE.
Lads and Lassies of February Class
Pleasantly Entertained by
The prettiest dance ever given by the
Partjaml high school alumni took place
Vrttmv evening; at Parsons hall. The
wnmnlau was a reception to the February
ctaos of 1M. The decorations, while not
exttwwM-mnt, were placed to good effect.
Evergreens were need to cover the iron
BMWWts of the hall, while a complete net
work of the same material hid the or
chestra. On the stage were large potted
palms and the incandescent lamps at the
sides f the hall -r ere covered w kh Ore
et grape, through which the light shone
la a celicately-ttnted shade.
The principal enjoyment of the evening
"was dancing, which began about S.30
o'clock and continued until early in the
Moraine. There were 14 regular dances,
o extra, and a "grab " The beautifully
colored party dresses worn by the oung
Infltog were the occasion of much compll
SMMftry comment. The augmented or
Hiwatra played its best, rendering only
popular music, principal among the num
ber feeing selections from the late operas
The class received Is the smallest one
ill Many years, numberingbut 26 students.
ana only a lew r the younger people ap
peared la the role of dancers. The rest
entertained themselves with tete-a-tete
chats and In meeting the members of the
alumni association After the dance sev
eral of the boys enjoyed a "stag" supper
at the Portland. The chairmen of the J
committees that arranged this en
affair were: On programme. Benjamin J.
Noroen; floor. Edwin Jorgensen; hall, mu
sic and refreshments Charles Rbke; dec
orations, Witt Harris, and reception, H.
MARRIED IX CHURCH.
Salman -BHrclcHarrtt Anptlnls Cele
brated by TriRit's Rector.
The marriage of Mies Anna Henrietta
Bupokhardt. youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Adotph Burckhardt, and Mr. Benja
min F. HoUnaa, was solemnised at Trin
ity ehttroh oh Tuesday evening, at 6
o'clock. In the presence of & large gather
ing of friends and acquaintances The
sacred edifice was handsomely decorated
with garlands of evergreens and a pro
fusion of potted plants. The c&ttncel was
richly adorned with palms, and 'before the
altar was aa arch of Oregon grape and
ferns, about which were clustered a num
ber of white roses. On the altar were
bunches of calla lilies, in tall silver a asps,
and just above was a mass of delicately
tinted roses. In the midst of which shone
forth a beautiful star of electric lights.
The bridesmaids were Miss Shortelle and
Mies Stnshetmer, and Miss Lena B. Burck
hardt was maid of honor. Dr. Thomas
W. Barrett was best man, and the ushers
were: Mr. R. M. Townsend and Dr.
James C. San. The fall service of the
Sptscopel church was Impressively read
by Or. Morrison, the organist meanwhile
softly playing a number of voluntaries.
Following the ceremony a reception was
held at the residence of the bride's fath
er, it being attended only by. the 'bridal
party and the relatives of the contracting
The bride was richly gowned In a robe
of heavy white silk, the corsage being
trimmed witfc lace. She carried an im
mense bouqjuet of fragrant Marie Louise
violets and white hyacinths, from which
fell a cascade of smll&x. The bridesmaids
were attired alike m becoming gowns of
pink sttk and lace, and they carried arm
bouquets of La France roses.
Jar. and "Mrs. Holman departed for San
Fraaotsco the same evening, and after a
short -vtaM la California will return to re
stdo m Portland,
Pleasant Bntertalnment by Mrs. Ful
ton, at The Curtis.
Man, S. O. Fulton gave a delightful in
form! 'hen, la the mu&c-reom. of The
Curtis, on frkiay evening. During the
utshwtalnmsnt. a delicious claret cup was
cerrad. and, at 11 o'clock, ' the company
woe regaled with delicate refreshments.
Those present were. Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kerr,
Mr and Mrs. Harry Allen, Mrs. Hauss
md. Miss Jua. Serague. Miss Whalley.
Miss Waster man. Mtes Sdna Waseerman,
MhM lanes, Mlas McCulktm. Messrs.
Samuel C Kerr, Maurice Cheal. Lynn W.
Baker. H B. Troueon, George Bush, C
X. lutemaa. F. M. Gttamre. Lansing
Stoat, David T Kerr. Lieutenant P X.
Otawtoad, 17. S. N., and Dr. E. DeWltt
Ctefhedral Literary and Dramatic So
otety Ives Ploasaat Event.
A vary successful entertainment and
uuare was given under iae auspices of
sho Ca'holte Literary aad Dramatic So
datv Thuuar evening. Petuary S. at
tss ha corner of Stxteeaoh and Bverettj
twK.e The literary part of the enter-4
proved a success, aH who took
"Weadinss of the Weelc In Portland
and at Other Points.
Mr. W. H. Lawson,fof Stella, Wash.,
and Miss Alice E. Michael, of Eufaula,
Wash., were married last week at the res
idence of the groom's sister, Mrs. L. Capen,
of Willamette Falls. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Dr. Atkins, of the M.
E. church. Miss LIzz' Lawson, sister of
tha groom, acted as bridesmaid, and Mr.
Willis Fisher, of Portland, as best man.
The house was beautifully decorated with
palms and evergreens, and the j oung cou
.plSjWere the recipients of many handsome
apd costly presents. After the wedding
an elaborate' dinner was served. Subse
quently Mr. and Mrs. Lawson took their
departure for an extended trip through
Southern California. They will reside up
on their return at Stella, Wash.
Miss Maude H. McEwan, formerly of
Portland, and Mr. Herman O. Nauen, of
New York city, were married in Seattle
February 2. Mrs, Nauen has many
friends in this city. Mr. Nauen is -connect-
t?dwlth tha Pogt-In.teHlgenaerv The young 1
ooupie win mane a trip tnrougn (jaiuor
nla , Qnlnn-La.iTlor. -
Thomas F. Quinn and Mrs Sadie Law
lor were married In this city, Tuesday,
February 6 Mr. Quinn was formerly an
emploje in the O. R. & N. shops, but left
last Wednesday, to assume charge of the
shops at Helper, Utah. Mrs. Quinn will
join him in a few weeks.
Herman J. Blaeslng and Katherine E.
Koch were married at the home of the
bride's sister, Mrs. Herd, in Waverly, Feb
ruary S, at 8 P. M. Only the relatives of'1
the bride and brother of the groom were
present. Rev. Behrens officiated. Sir.
and Mrs. Blaeslng will be at home after
Married, at the home of Sir. M. McGreg
or, 424 Second street, this city, on Wednes
day, February 7, by Rev. Dr. Alexander
Blackburn, Walter M. Glenn and Maud
M. Staceyj both of Vale, Or.
- ' Flnfce-Bofsford.''
Frank W. Fluke and Laura B. Botsford,
both of East Portland, were married at
the manse of Calvary Presbyterian church
Tuesday, February 6, by Rev. William S.
Judge George H. Williams has issued in
vitations to the marriage of his daughter,
aiiss Ethel Bertram and Mr. Karl
Springer Harbaugh, to be solemnized at
his residence on Tuesday evening, Febru
ary 20. ; : ' I, ' . 1
JX AXD ABOUT PORTLAJiP.
Social and Other Events, Tast, Pres
ent and Prospective.
A most enjoyable Epiphany party was
held last Tuesday evening at the rectory
of St. David's Episcopal church, on East
Morrison and Twelfth streets. The at
tendance was large, there being nearly
100 present. The evening was given up to
a very Interesting programme, embracing
music and recitations, following which
refreshments were served the guests, On
the programme were the following excel
lently rendered numbers: Selections by the
Veteran double quartet, solo by Miss
Prior, and recitations by Miss Buddemer.
On Monday evening last Mr. and Mrs.
Charles T. Oatman celebrated the fifth
anniversary of their marriage, at their
home, 133 North Thirteenth street. A
ery enjoyable e enlng was spent in play
ing cards, dancing and the enjoyment of
a musical programme. A repast was
served. One of those present was "Grand
ma" Ross, grandmother of Mr. Oatman,
and great-grandmother of Mrs. E J. Gl
rard and Miss Jessie Oatman. She Is 92
ears old, ancl enjojed the evening with'
as much pleasure as the rest of the com.
The Young People's Society of the First
Baptist church has arranged to cele
brate Lincoln's birthday by having the
pastor. Dr. Alexander Blackburn, deliver
a lecture on Lincoln. George Wright
post, G. A. R., will attend in a body.,
and other posts have accepted invito
Mrs. C. P. Holly, of the Woman's Club,
entertained tbe Congregational Literary
Club en, Wednesday afternoon wlth a
h ghly Interesting talk on "The P cturesque
Rivers and Shores of the World." '
A pleasant party was given by Miss
Meyer last Friday evenlng'at the residence
of her parents. Games and dancing were
indulged In until a late hour, when a fine
lunch was served.
A surprise party was given at the home
of Agnes Grelg, in Kenllworth, Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. After a musical
programme- refreshments were served.
There was a large attendance.
Hassalo lodge, No. 15, I. tk O. IV gave
a "stag social" Friday evening, February
9. it Tielng the 33d anniversary of Its In
stallation. Mrs. George Egbert, assisted by Mrs. F.
C. Whltcorab, entertained at har home
Monday venkig-a party of young people
in honor of her neice. Miss Egbert, who is
visiting from The Dalles. ,
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COUVT BON1 DE CASTELLAE,
Of the 14 Castellan trunks landed from the French liner La Bretagne, at New York, the
other day, ''five," sajs the New York World, from which the aboe likeness of Count Bonl la
taken, "the biggest of the bunch, held naught but the purple and fine linen of the count.
The ccuntesa was modestly contented with seven trunks of moderate size, while the alet and
maid put up -with a small one each."
Pointing out the popular fallacy that Anna Gould's husband la a little chap, whereas ho
stinds 5 feet 10 lnchesm his "glittering little shoes." and, thanks to his tailor, sports a
pair of Sharkey shoulders, the writer in the "World goes on to describe some of the young
man's gorgeous and remarkable costumes, like some of which nothing was ever seen-before
a 50000 Russian, sable-lined cvercoat, and another lined with costly silver fox, being not the
least noteworthy. He continues
"Count Boni'a afternoon, or calling costume, la probably the most elective In his entire
repertoire. It simply drives all would-be Imitators to despair. The frock coat that goes with
this la made of black, wiry, broad-welt diagonal, cut with long skirts, which fall at leas?
three Inches below the knee. The shoulders are broad and daintily puffed above the. arms
much as In faslonable sacquo3 for women. From the broad shoulders the garment cuts
sharply in at' the waist, then flares out into long spreading tajls, like the skirts of a
premiere danseuse. High up on the left breast Is a ions pocket, from which bulges a white
"The Ascot necktie Is scarlet, figured in white, and puffed to a bewildering degree. With
the frock coat goes a pair of trousers of large black and white check very white and very
black-cut wide and flowing from waist to Just abo the instep. Here they narrow sharply
only to bell out again in a bold-spring, which leaves only the toes of the count's tiny patent
leathers a islble
"Count Boni is scheduled to remain two week? longer in the city. There Is no tellinjr what
toilet surprises he may be holding back for the finish. It is rumored that three of his flv
trunks are yet to be unpacked."
PEOPLE COMING AXD GOEVG.
Ebb and TIott of the Social Tide In
nnfl About Portland.
Miss May "Montiromerv .3 smtnmui
Miss Nellie Ft Sherry "is visiting friends
Mrs, C. Rees has gone to Seattle tor a.i
iwo weess visit.
Mrs. Zora Sabw has gone to San Fran
Cisco for, aSjbxi visit ;
"Mrs. Paytoa Davidson, jr.,' of Hood
Juneau, Alaska, are in the city, visiting
Mr. Dan Andrews, of Youngstowrt, O ,
is in the city, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Mr. and Mrs.. George Baker, of Pied
mont, left jesterday for a short trip to
Mrs. A. D. Charlton, Master Howard
Charlton and Miss Pfluger have gone to
San Francisco for a two weeks' visit.
Miss Effle Munson and her brother,
Master Deloss Green, of Roseburg, are
visiting Miss Munson, on Grand avenue.
Mr. and Mr,s. M, B. Coay hava returned
from Highland, Cal., and are visiting Miss
Cavaline at her residence 141 West Park
Mrs. H. W. Goode will give a dancing
party on Wednesday evening, at her
residence; corner of Ford street and Park
Mrs. Edward Cookinghani left on Thurs
day for Southern California, where she
will remain,' for the next two or three l
Mrs. A. Price, of Hood River, has re
turned t6 ,her home, after an extended
visit to her son, William B. Price, on the j
East Side. .
Mrs. Gust "Moser. who has been Visiting
her sister. Miss Edith Morris, for the .past !
two months, departs for her home in
Ovandp, Mont, Monday.
Mrs. C. Clarke and daughter, Miss
Kathryn of Glendafe, Douglas county, I
have been visiting in the-city and re- j
turned home early In the week. j
Mr. and Mrs. 'Walter O. Haines are J
guests at the hometf Rev. Dr. Black
burn, the father of Mrs. Haines. They
wJH probably locate in Portland.
P. A. MacPharson. orcanizer of the Or
der of Pendo, left last night td attend J
the. meetings of the supreme lodget which j
of the Assembly Club will be given on
Friday evening, at Parsons' hall. After
midnight, a cotillion will be danced, for
which elaborate preparations are being
made. The figures will be almost entirely
new,, and the favors will be unusually
handsome, r r
Will give its annual masquerade ball on
February 22 at their hall, Second and Oak.
Imitations can be secured from members.
Withrow, shlrtmaker, moved from Good
nough block to 345 Washington, street
N. L Gustin, first-class work; reason
able prices, perfect fit. Room 3, 270 Mor
rison. Miss -Spencer, shirt waist manufacturer,
movod from Goodnough block to 345 Wash
AMONG THE COLLEGES.
Events of the "Week at the State
The first number of the Oregon Weekly
thenew student publication at the state
university, will be Issued Monday. Febru
ary 12. The paper will be published un
der the auspices, of .the .Eutaxlan. Laurean
and Phllologian literary societies. The
Staff for the present year fs composed of
the following named students: Editor-in-chief,
Clifton N". McAxthur, '01; associate
editors, Grace I. Wold, '0L andE.N
Blytbe, '03 managing- editor, Louis e!
Hooker, '03; associates managing editors.
Susie- Bannard, '01, and a Earl Sander.
'02. Executive., committee, M. L. Apple
gate, '00, C. M. Bishop, '02; and Sybil E.
Kuykehdall. '02. TheTiew paper will be
devoted entirely to college news, but will
in no wise conflict with the other student
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!, . . AVExtraQrdifiary Eventf-Bentf it,of theSo Idlers1' Monument
runa, unaer-Auspices of Oregon National Guard.
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Picturesque Musical Spectacle
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THIRD REGIMENT BAND, 25 PIECES
The Music of "Old Glory" Conducted by the Composer '
SfG. ERNESTO BALDANZA .
, . ' The Great Italian acar.; t
JOHN J. BLACKMORE ,.,.., .iJiPianfst and Accompanist '
PROF. G. D. STRONG .........:.. '.'Projector
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Notwithstanding the high character and great expense of this attraction prices will be : Reserved seats,
$1 and 75c; General admission, 50c. damages may be ordered at 10:0 P. M.
publication, '.he University of Oregon
The "try-ovnt" for the purpose of select
ing a debating team to represent the uni
versity this ear will be held in "Vlllard
hall, Saturday evening1, February 17. The
three best debaters will be selected to rep
resent the university In the final cham
pionship debate In April.
Dr. Emory Smith, of Stanford univer
sity, delivered a public lecture fn Vlllard
hall, Thursday evening, on '"Character
Building." The lecture was given under
the auspices of the academy of science
and was well attended.
Track Manager McArtfvur has secured
the services of Mr. W. O. Trine, the well
known footracer, as trainer of the 1900"
track team. Mr. Trine trained the U. O.
team in 1806, 1898 and 1893, and tha result
of his work speaks for Itself.
The remains of "Wisitar Hawthorne,
ex-'03, who died In the Philippines while
a member of company C, Second Oregon
volunteers, tvere burled in the Masonic
cemetery Sunday afternoon. Many of his
student comrades -were present.
Examinations ended Friday, February 9.
The second semester will begin tomorrow.
At a recent meeting of the Athletic
Union, William Fletcher, v00, was elected
manager of the track team and the
emblems were awarded to the members
of the foo$ba11 team. Friday night the
athletic unldn gave a reception" at Marsn
hall, and Principal Bates, TVMJam Fletcli
er an4 Mr, Hale spoke on the prospects
for the track team.
The apparatus for the gymnasium has
arrived and Is being put up. Regular
classes have been formed and work will
begin at once..
The intercollegiate debate between Pa
cific university and Willamette universi
ty will be held here next Friday night.
The question is: "Resolved, That Eng
land Is justljied in making war on the
Last Saturday the Gamma Sigma So
ciety debated the question; "Resolved,
That the United States should establish
and maintain a national university. '
At Bit. Angel,
The half-yearly examinations at Mt.
Angel college are in full swing. TJnlike
those of other years, they are written.
Work on the interior of the' new mon
astery is being rapidly pusjied forward.
A. 500-yard, fttraJgKt-away track Is being
built for the, us.e. of the sport-lbvlng; ele
ment of ii& college. The formation j$t a
baseball team Is being talked of now. The
college hopes" to wipe out the defeat sus
tained at the hands of the Muitnomah
nine last yea.
The, entrance of the college -for tftie first
time in the Intercollegiate fleld-dayevents
Is causing much interest among the stu
dents. The inclemency of the weather
prevents outdoor sports but good work is
being done Inside.
SOUTH OF THE COLUMBIA. ,
Various Events of tlie Week In the
State of Oregon.
Judge and Mrs. George HI Burnett re
turned last Sunday "from a month's visit
Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Breyman left this
week for Loa Angeles, where they will
6pend the remainder of the winter.
Mrs. Werner Breyman and Mrs. W. H.
Waters have gone to New Orleans for a
visit of several weeks. .They will visit
In several Southern cities before return
ing. About a hundred of the best-known la
dles of Salem have become actively inter
ested in a cooking school which Is being
conducted in this city. They attend a
course of Instruction In culinary art and
take notes of lectures etc., In regular col
Miss Armstrong, of Dayton, Is visiting
her sister, Mrs. A. P. Harris, here.
Miss Louise Moloney has returned from
Sheridan, where she has been visiting.
Miss Minnie Howell, of Elk Rock, is
visiting friends In McMInnville this week.
Miss Maude Hembree went to Portland
last week to atend the wedding of. her sis
ter, Miss Nellie Hembrefe to Mr. Housmtan.
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Hodson entertained
several of their friends at their home
Thursday evening with progressive whist.
Refreshments were served,
Mr, and Mrs. F C. Ferguson pleasant
ly entertained the members of the Brock
wood Club and other friends at their
home in this city Thursday evening,
C. A. Qpolldge, of Portland, and family
have Jnoyed to JAgtorla. ,
Mr. and Mrs. E P, -iKspdall left onjFjI
day of last week for an extsnda4 trip
A pleasant, social was given-in thje tjar
Iors, ofjhe Presbyterian church, p"n Fri
day' evening,- by "Iffe young' ladles1 of the
C. E. Society. ' '
Mrs. J. T. Lighter entertained a number
of her friends on Friday at an afternoon
tea. A few hours were spent in a very
The Friday Night Whfet Club last week
was entertained at the home of Mr.' and
Mre G. W. Lounsberry. Mrs. B. C.
Lewis and Mr. P. A. Trullfnger were the
winners of the prkas.
Announcement Jhas, been plkde of the
approaching marriage of Miss Mary's.
Smith to Mr. E: H. Strewrayer. "Tie cere
mony will occur at the home of Mr. J. W.,
Surprenant on February 21.
On Tuesday evening Miss Margaret
Higgins ery charmingly entertained a fw
friends. The chief amusement was a
guessing contest, and prized were given to
the successful guesaers. A luncheon was
served at 11, .
Mrs- Fannie Montgomery was jthe re
cipient of a very-piea&9t. surprise at her
home on Saturday Iteroon. The day
was her 75th birthday 'aRff' a large num
ber of her friends came&o wish her maay
happy returns. TheKafternson was spent
veTy happily and a bountiful lunch was
served. Mre. Montgomery was presented
with a neat gold badge by the Woman's
Relief Corps, or which order she was at
one time president.
Mrs. Snow Wlllte has returned front an
extended visit to Portland.
Mrs. H. A. Champagne and sor re
turned Wednesday from Arizona.
Mrs. B. Wimberly returned Wednesday
frjom a visit to relations in the Willam
Mrs. William Parsons has gone to New
Haven, Conn , on a visit to relatives.
Mrs. John Vert gave two afternoon
parties during the week, Jn heaec oi her
guest, MlB Stella Kellogg.
"Hendricks" hall was filled o Wednesday
evening with, a company of peeple who
listened to the rendition of a. musical pro
gramme of mer't. In which singers art
instrumentalists participated The i J-
gmnme was amtaged by Mra. J A. Jlr
ston and Mtm Aurr. amiatpri hv M-:
Charles H. Carter and Miss Ethel Friirj
Mrs. Frank 'Prastar smV a. verx .-t,M -rV,
ful 'card party on Saturday af terno n I-
tmj xtoiai .rencueton panors. me r tcj
were very orettllv decorated wi h i "h
ns HUes, carnations and Oregon grapej
xe smitten wem cleaed and a sof IlgJ
was diffused by numerous cand es, la
pretty eaiflM&kra, arranged artistlcajj
awettc. 'mere were M present.
Miss CatbartM Conrad, of Trenton, Mo ,
K a gumt at the Lafferty home
Xws. J. O. Wilson ntertained thn
Whist Chib Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Sarah Ctevemwr. state Dresulen a
the Jtebekah assembly, visited the CorJ
vaMte lodge of that order Friday even-!
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