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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1903)
THE SUNDAY 0BEGKWIA2, PORTLAND, JTJNE 21, 1903.
i HE closing: of the school year has
been the occasion of many delight
ful social affairs. Including the com
mencement hop of the faculty and cadets
31 the Hill llllltary Academy, given in
the academy armory, and the commence
ment hop of Bishop Scott Academy, given
on "Wednesday evening at Parsons hall.
The June class of 1903 of Portland Acad
emy "was delightfully entertained by Miss
Margaret Morrison, Thursday, at the golf
links. On Friday night the February class
of 1504 of the high school gave a moon
light excursion In honor of the June
Of the June weddings one of the most
brilliant was that of Miss Katherine Slt
ton to Arthur Brand, of San Francisco.
The Prlce-Beharrell wedding, on "Wednes
day night, was another beautiful church
wedding and was very largely attended.
Major and Mrs. "William Hancock Clark,
who have been visiting in Portland for
several weeks, loft on Monday evening
for New York. They were entertained at
an elaborate dinner on the evening of
their departure by J. "W. Seaborg, of II
waco. Besides Majors and Mrs. Clark the
guests were Mr. and Mrs. "W. A. Mears
and Senator Mitchell. "While in Portland
Major and Mrs. Clark have been guests of
honor at numerous eoclal events. Among
their entertainers were the "Women's
Xewls and Clark Club, Mr. and Mrs. Dye,
of Oregon City; Mrs. Nathan Harris -and
Mrs. W. A. Mears, who gave a '"rose din
ner." N. "W. "Wells, of Nebraska, and his bride,
who was formerly Mrs. Fannlec Camp
bell, of Council Bluffs, 'la., have been
spending the week at the home of Mr.
"Wells' cousin, "W. A. Mears. Mrs. Mears
gave a charming luncheon In their honor
at which the guests, were: Mr. and Mrs.
S. M. Mears. Mrs. Margaret Parker and
Miss Luclle Parker, Arthur Mears and
Mrs. L. Allen Lewis gave a very pretty
green and white luncheon on Friday, at
her home on "West Park street. The en
tertainment was complimentary to Mrs.
Waldo Richards, of Boston, and her sls;
ter, Mrs. Austin. The guests were: Mrs.
Richards, Mrs. Austin, Mrs. Bichard
Koehler, Mrs. C. F. Bcebe, Mrs. J. "Wesley
Ladd, Mrs. George Good, Mrs. Henry
Cabell and Mrs. "Walter J. Burns.
On "Wednesday evening, at the Unita
rian Church, took place one of the most
beautiful marriages ever celebrated in
Portland, the marriage of Miss Katherine
Sitton, daughter of Mrs. Charles' Ed
ward Sitton, to Arthur Brand, of' San
Francisco. Dr. T. L. Eliot, D., D.. who
performed the ceremony at the wedding
of the bride's mother, read the marriage
The air In the church was heavy with
the fragrance of sweetbrler, the dainty
pink blossoms being the only decoration.
Long before the hour appointed for the
wedding, the church was crowded. The
organist. Ralph Hoyt, played the bridai
chorus from "Lohengrin." and during the
6ervice played the bride's favorite airs.
At the end of the ceremony the music
was Mendelssohn's wedding march. The
bride wore an exquisite gown of Point
d'Alencon, and carried brlae roses. Her
tulle veil was fastened with orange
blossoms. Ernest Brand, Jr., of San
Francisco, was be6t man, and Miss Lucy
Sitton, in a dainty gown of cream lace
over pink chiffon and silk, was maid of
honor. She carried a white and gold
Bible, from which hung pink ribbons,
each one terminating in a tiny pink
The ushers were Arnold S. Rothwell,
Harry Sladen. Rollln Page and "Walter A.
After tho ceremony, the wedding party
and the members of the two families
were entertained at the Sitton home on
Yamhill street. The house was decorated
In an extremely pretty way, with La
France roses, pink sweet peas and
syringa, arranged In every possible nook
In artistic Indian baskets. The dining
room looked especially lovely, with table
decorations of white carnations, veiled
with pink tulle. Scattered over the center
piece and table were pink rose petals.
Around the edge of the table was a white
satin ribbon, uncut, with the name cards
attached to It. The cards were of parch
ment, and had. besides the guests names
in gold, a tiny monogram. "S. B.." sur
rounded by a wreath of hand-painted
rosebuds, and the inscription, "June 17,
1903, the wedding day of Katherine Sit
ton and Arthur Brand." The wedding
presents, which were displayed upstairs,
were exceedingly handsome. Mr. and
Mrs. Brand left on "Wednesday evening
lor their wedding journey, and will be
at home after August L at 2709 Buchanan
street, San Francisco.
The commencement hop of the Bishop
Scott Academy, given at Parsons Hall
on Thursday night, was one of the most
successful school pirties ever given in
Portland. About $00 guests were in at
tendance, and tho assemblage had a very
pretty and gay appearance, with the girls
In Summer gowns of white and dainty
tints, and the cadets In their trim full
dress uniforms of blue blouses and white
trousers. Mrs. Arthur Colton Newill, wife
of the principal of Bishop Scott Academy,
wore an extremely pretty gown of white
etamlne and lace over white silk. The
grand march was led by Major and Mrs.
"William O. Rudy. Dancing continued un
til 2 o'clock and was very thoroughly
enjoyed. A dainty supper was spread in
the dining-room and throughout the even
ing lemonade was served. The graduates
of the class of 1903, Cadet Lieutenant
Phil Randall, of Canova, S. D.: Cadet
Lieutenant Elmore Smith. Corporal Frank
Swope and Cadet Frank McNealand, were
the guests of honor at the hop, at which
The Invited guests were:
Bishop and Mrs. B. "Wistar Morris, Mr.
and Mrs. A. jH. Bingham. Captain and
Mrs. "W. C. Langfitt. Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Swope. Mrs. and Mrs. C. H. McNeelan.
Mr. and .Mrs. A. Tucker. Mrs. E. M.
Smith. Mr. and Mrs, L. B. Smith. Mr. and
Mrs. George Gray. Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
anford. Mr. and Mrs. G. Randall. Mr. and
Mrs. A. Norton. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mor
rison, Mr. and Mrs. H. Cleveland. Mr. and
Mrs. A. Kan, Mr. and Mrs. C H. Ivor ell,
Mr. and Mrs. H Hulbert, Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Grayson. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. 3or
ham. Mr. and Mrs. "W. R. Glendennlng;
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fenton. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Downs, Mr. and Mrs. J.
C Cross, Mr. and Mrs. B. Campbell, Mr.
and Mrs. M. An dross. Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. "Wood, Mrs.
H. Speckart, Mrs. A. Smith. Rev. and
Mrs. J. B. H. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
gchmldt. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rockey, Mr.
and Mra.-J. R. P&lmsr, Mr. and Mrs."W. P.
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lewis, Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Krlbs, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Ketchum, Colonel and Mrs. H.. Hewett,
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Grant, Mr. and Mrs.
H. "W. Goodc. Mr. and Mrs. "W. "W. East
man, Mr. and Mrs. A. Aulbach. Mr. and
Mrs. E. B. Demlng. Mr. and Mrs. "W. A.
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. C P. Bowker, Mr.
and Mrs. T. "W. Angus, Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Mears, Mr. and Mrs. James Laldlaw, Colo
nel and Mrs. H. EL McCraken, Mr. and
Mrs. I. H. Bingham, Rev. "W. R. Powell
and Miss Margaret Powell, Dr. and Mrs. H.
C. "Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Carey
Mrs. R. E. Bybee, Mr. and Mrs. "Walter
McKay, Mrs. Henry Williams, Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Christie, Rev. and Mrs. 'S. C.
Blacklston, Mrs. John M. Fletcher, Mrs.
Mary D. Smith and Miss Smith. Mrs.
Fink, Major and Mrs. "Waterbury. Mr. and
Mra H. D. Ramsdell, Mr. and Mrs. George
McMillan. Mrs. Carroll, Mrs. P. H. Wood
and Miss Wodd. Mrs. William T. Plow
man, Mrs. and Mrs. W. M.
Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Card
well, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wilson and
Miss Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Kollock,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ogllvle, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Aitchlson, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Wethey, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rank, Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Rank, Rev. and Mrs.
George B. Van Waters, Rev. and Mrs. A.
A. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Flavin.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sealy, Mr. and Mrs.
R. R. Hoge, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mather.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Kolloch, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles W. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Rutherford Johnston, Mrs. J. Burnham.
Mrs. C". A. Buckley. Mr. and Mm R. E.
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Godfrey.
Misses Inez Ray, Inez Cummlng, Eve
line Wilson, Frances Wilson. Caroline
Wilson, Leezer, Ruth Aulbach, Bailey,
Van Horn. Crlsmon, Dennis. Wlnans,
Boot, Ramsdell, Van Waters, Morrison,
D. Morrison, the Misses Armstrong, J.
Smith, Lanyon, Hurlburt, Tebbetts,
Wilde, B. Morrison, Caffney, Tanner, A.
Walker, E. Lewis, A. Davis, Carman, M.
Walter, Hazel Bean, L Higgins. Helen
Bates, tho Misses M. and L. Palmer,
Ketchum, Louise Glisan, M. GUsan, Nan
Robertson, Alta Smith, the Misses R- and
Ruth Hess, R. Ramsdell, Helen Thayer,
the Misses M. and W. Turner, Korell,
Bettlson, Hazel Reed, Smith. Crocker.
Watson, Rita Bell, Ruby Crichton, F.
Strauhal. Ruth Smith, the Misses Amos,
Sansbury. Laura Jordan, the Misses Fox,
Emily Cohn, Lee Bingham, Dorothy Lang
fitt, Prudhomme. Marjorie Canby, Bessie
Strong, .Helene White, Marjorie Webster,
Misses "illgglns, Eva Taylor, Sarah Glrd
ner, Nichols, Kathleen Burns, Sobey, Flor
ence Hilton, Ihoea Poulsen, L. Morris, R.
Morris, Chandler, Lena McKlnnon, Inane.
Louise Williams, Marguerite Boot, Iulu
Ring, Myers, the Misses Hill. Eva Bailey,
Hazel Tlschner, G. Humphrey, Hamilton,
Fablger, Edith Sloss. the Misses Gray,
Agnes Rice, Kate Young, F. Brown,
Sears, the Misses Newman. Marian Chase,
Hazel Brown. C. Moore, Mary McArthur,
Sophie Beck, Virginia Multhauf. Lilian
Jameson, Marshall, C. Holmes, E. Wal
ter, May Roshland, Debevolse. Ethel
Scovell, MIgnon Edwards, Led a Rice, the
Misses Imbrle, Kertchum, M. Drake, June
Sterling, Cutler, Julia Payne, Carey, M.
Weathers ton, Laura B. Lytle. Georgia E.
Olin, Helen Lamson, Martha Debevolse,
Estclla Stearns, Weldler, Anita Burns,
Wilson, Jessie Fisher, Byers, Bastrough,
the Misses Pettlbone, Margaret Blakls
ton, Emma Buol, Helen Lytle. Isabella
Wymen, Helen Goss, Madge Imbrle. Chris
Messrs. Albert L. Young, Hugh J.
33oyd, Hans Barkan, J. Zan, M.
Whltehouso, Captain Van Houten, Oliver
Jeffrey, Raymond O'Connor, Gordon Ster
ling, Maurice Lombardl, Frank Dekum,
R. Burnham, Fred Multhauf, Robert
Smith, Robert Riley. Arthur Seeley, Alex
Chalmers, William Koerner, H. Von Et
linger. Lieutenant Van Horn, Cornelius
Lomford, Raymond Holman, Paul Rockey,
Leslie Smith, Alfred Woolsey. Kirk Mon
tague, W. C Morrow, B. WIckersham, D.
Honeyman. Hopkins Jenkins. Captain
Brooke, Milton Kahn, Charles Dement, B.
L. Norden, Mathlcn, Henry Shofner, Wal
ter Gray, S. Burnett, M. Brown, C. Ihane,
Arthur Rosenfeld, Arthur Mears. Edward
Jeffery, Harold Chamberlain, E. A.
O'Neill, W. P. Vroman, Frank Jacobs,
J. Kruger, Ronald Johnson, C. Hurlburt,
Lawrence Holman. Harvey Stackpole.
Oliver Cutler. Chester Murphy, Major V.
M. C. Sllva, Harry Sladen, Captain W. A.
Bethel, George W. Berrlan, Lieutenant
Quackenbush, Marlon - Dolph, Burnslde
Canby. J. K. Mackle. Alan Heltshu. Les
ter Hodson. L. Rank. Phelps Holmer,
Frank Sladen. Carl .Williams, Robert Mc
Craken, the Messrs. Laldlaw. Edgar Eu
banks. Lieutenant Foulols. George Mor
rison, Edward E. Gerllnger, Louis Ger
llngor, Jr., Lieutenant Bradford, Fred
The wedding of Charles W. Stinger, of this city, and Miss Winifred Ruane, of Hillsboro. was celebrated in the Catholic
Church of Hillsboro, on Tuesday. June 16. Father Black, of this city, officiating at the ceremony. The bride wore a hand
some traveling gown of blue cloth. A party of friends .went up from Portland to be present at the wedding; and returned
with Mr. and Mrs. Stinger on their special Pullman car in the evening. After dining at the Hotel Portland, .the brida and
sroora departed os Um steamer Coluaabta for r& Fr&aetcee. Om .tketr return tjfcey TilLba 'ithom atjheycgra.
Strong, Elmer Connell, Lester R. 'Kol
lock, Tixot, Will Hare, John Seed, Max
Wood, BIdwelJ, Bernard Turner, Paul
Vial, Walter Goss, Wilma Flsk, Harry
Humphrey. Von Esloffsteln, Johnson. Dr.
William F. Amos, D. Jordan, R. Bing
ham, Clifford Nichols, R. Drake. Ralph
Knight, William Ladd, Jr.. Harold Bates,
K. Fenton, W. GUsan, R. K. Page. El
liott Corbett, H. Falling, A. Mearai B,
Durham. H. Prudhomme. Arthur Honey
man, George Warren. Kenneth Beebe. T.
Robertson, J. B. Lumgalr, Archie Han
cock, E. A. Cawston, Dr. J. Zan.
The officers of the cadet corps of tha
High Military Academy entertained de
lightfully at their commencement hop,
given on Thursday evening in the acad
emy armory. The armory had been pret
tily decorated in blue and white, the
school colors. Dr. Hill and Mrs. Hill en
tertain very charmingly always, and the
party was one of the most enjoyable ever
given at the school. Dancing began at 9
o'clock and continued until a late hour.
BVEXT5 OF THE WEEK.
Mrs. Charles L. Bass, entertained on
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Frank McBrlde, on Tenth street, in honor
of her mother, Mrs. B. F. Weaver, of
Omaha, who is here spending the Sum
mer. Tho house was lighted with red
shaded lamps, and American beauty roses
and ferns were arranged throughout the
rooms. "Progressive Peanuts," a new and
amusing game, was playd. The game is
something like jackstraws, the guests
being provided with candy tongs with
which to lift the peanuts from a heap in
the center of the table without jarring
the rest. The first and second prizes were
awarded to Mrs. Frank Wood and Mrs.
James P. Moffett, the consolation falling
to Mrs. Harris. Ices were served by Miss
Mabel Wood. Miss Gussle Klutch, Miss
Bessie McBrlde and Miss Jessie. McLean.
Those present were: Mrs. Ada Cornish
Hertscbe, Mrs. William R. McKenzle.
Mrs. Clarence E. Brown, Mrs. Augurt
Staiger. Mrs. Frank B. Wood, Mrs. Fred
erick Eggert, Mrs. H. G. Brockman. Mrs.
J. F. Booth, Mrs. Mark O. Potter, Mrs.
Flnley Morriaon, Mrs. J. P. Johnson, Mrs.
Samuel M Mills, Mrs. Katherine A. Daly,
Mrs. William C. Seachrest. Mrs. E. T.
Deeming, Mrs. O. M. Scott, Mrs. F. P.
Russell. Mrs. Albert W. Cochran, Mrs.
Charles T. Bowen. Mrs. Searle. Mrs. Wil
liam M. Cake, Mrs". Frank Motter, Mrs.
Howard Ryher, Mrs. W. O. Mumsell. Mrs.
N. T. Collette, Mrs. W. Wynn Johnson,
Mrs. Frank McBrlde, Mrs. E. L. Bailey,
Mrs. Charles Crogston, Mrs. Harris,
Madam Julia Bauer, Mra. Abigail., Scott.
Dunlway. Miss Russell, Miss Johnson and
The muslcale given by St. Ann's Char
itable Society on Thursday, at the resi
dence of Mrs. Alex Mayer, on North
Fourteenth street, was largely attended,
and was an entirely successful and de
lightful affair. The money made by the
entertainment was to have been used in
the local benevolent work of the society,
but it was decided to turn the proceeds,
which amounted to $40, over to the Hepp
ner relief fund.
"A Lovp Story of the Civil War" was
told in musical selections played upon the
piano by Mrs. J. R. Krausse, the guests
guessing the title of each air as she
played it. Mrs. Root won first prize,
an exquisitely embroidered carnation
centerpiece. The consolation, a pretty
Jewel dolly, was awarded to4 Mrs. M.
Zan. The embroideries were the handi
work and donation of Mrs. F. Zimmer
man. Miss Isabel Baily recited "Angelina
Comes to Town," with a qualntness and
humor that captivated her audience.
Miss E. McGinn played a Chopin fan
tasle in a charming manner, and Mrs.
Albert Sheldon, whose voice was never
heard to better advantage, sang "Wearln
Awa" and as an encore sang "My Love
Is Like a Red, Red Rose."
The house was decorated very prettily
with Jacqueminot, La Franco and Caro
line Testout roses, together with mar
guerites and Ivy. Delicious refreshments
were served by the hostess, assisted by
Miss Mabel Shea and Miss Lillian
O'Brien. Master Harold Mayer and Mas
ter Floyd Mayer acted as ushers.
Mr. and Mrs. C Lewis Mead celebrated
the second anniversary of their wedding
June 12 at their residence, 12S Fourteenth
street- The unique decorations were in
keeping with the occasion. In the parlor
was a canopy formed with yellow and
white paper chrysanthemums, while
the mantels were profusely banked
with red and white carnations,
together with bridal roses. The
library was decked in pink, with
carnations and roses in every nook
and comer; the reception hall in white,
the dining-room In tones of red. An ob
servation contest occupied the early part
of the evening, Mrs. James Thompson and
W. Bristol winning first prizes, and Mrs.
John Campbell, of Seattle, and J. Pilklng
ton the- consolation. At 11 o'clock supper
was served, after which dancing was en
joyed until a late hour. Mrs. Mead was
assisted in receiving by her mother, Mrs.
Lizzie C Wells. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, of Seattle:
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Gay, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
C. Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. W. Lawrence,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Fechhelmer, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Dooley. Mr. and Mrs. James
Thompson, Dr- and Mrs. Hicks Fenton,
Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrence, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Bristol, Mr. .and Mrs. Bradford,
Miss Emma Blagen, Miss Beda Robert
eon, Miss May Rurnmell, Mrs. Hugh R.
Robertson, Miss Mabel Lawrence, Miss
Maud Gllllland, Miss E. Protxman, Miss
Cenlth Robertson, Mr. Lewis Starr. Mr.
J. C Muehe, Mr. Sam Young and Mr. J.
Misses. Led a and Agnes Rico entertained
a number of their friends at their home,
qn June 13. The rooms were prettily
decorated with ivy, ferns, marguerites
arid roses. The yard, lighted by the
rosy glow of Japanese lanterns, was
plentifully supplied with cushions, rug3
and hammocks. One of the interesting
features of the evening was a clover
hunt. Refreshments were served on the
law, and the guests departed at a late
Among the guests were the Misses
Nellie Poulterer, Judth Scott, Aurella
Stark, Sarah Rogers, Florence Bigger,
Marguerite Holman, Louise Hagner, An
toinette Wagner. Nlta Brlggs, Irene
Johnson, Matie Billings, Cora Mastick,
Lauro Jones, Esther Olson. Rena Berry,
Fannie Potter, Sadie Ridgeway, Maude
Hanson and Jennie Fry; Messrs. Vaughn
Beharrell, Nathan Blackburn, Elwood
Hendershott, Harvey Cornell, Arthur
Plnkham, Ralph Holman, Albert Young,
Harry Hendershott, Dick Hathaway.
Chester Hanson, Mortimer Fouch, Gil
bert Overstreet, Irving Whltehurst, Eliot
Holcomb. Will Sheehy, .Carl Neth. Burr
Wagner, Irving Potter, Sydney Morrison
and Charles Henderson.
On Friday evening, June 12 ,a large
gathering of friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
win L. Long assembled at their home on
Forty-second and East Madison streets,
to help them celebrate the 20th anniver
sary of their marriage, which took place
In 1SS3 In South Mllford. Ind. The genial
host and hostess made the occasion one
long to be remembered by the three score
guests present. A lawn party had been
arranged for. but cool, damp weather
made the artistically decorated rooms of
. their handsome home all the more Invit
ing, and thither the guests repaired for
games, social converse and to enjoy the
following well-arranged programme: Mu
sic, by orchestra, led by Mr. Downs;
ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Long, Rev. E. N.
Allen; vocal solo, "Twenty Years," ar
ranged for the, occasion and sung by
Mrs. Klelst; dialogue. "What Mrs. Em
bers Said," Misses Hall and Garman;
piano solo, Miss Hazel Mann; recitation,
"Who Taught the Birds to Build Their
Nests?" Little Florence Long; duet, "Go
Where the Mists Are Sleeping." Mesdames
Dixon and Klelst; "Mr. Dooley on the
Practice of Medicine," Mrs. Edith Pat
A very pleasant party was given in
honor of John Malarkey at the residence of
Mrs. James Hampton, 491 Market street.
Tuesday evening. The occasion was his
21st birthday. The rooms were beautifully
decorated with evergreens'and roses were
In profusion. The evening was pleasantly
spent In music and games, and at a late
hour delicious refreshments were served.
Among those present were: Misses Sophia
Jaentsch, Sadie James, Hattle Jones, Ber
tha Smith, Lizzie Williams. Mabel Moun
tain, Ruth Lee, Lena Relnke, Jennie Ol
son. Mary Brady. Nellie Hamilton, Mabel
Doneka, Emma Specht, Miss McCulIom,
Mrs. Hampton, Messrs- John Malarkey,
John Callahan, Robert Day, Will Collins,
Frank McCarthy. Frank Callahan. Will
James, Jim Green, Henry Rolland, Leo
Elvers, Ed Dunn, Joe Burke, Dr. Harry
Medernach. Charles Spauldlng, H. Will
DIggles and Mr. Ortman.
A most delightful evening of music and
social converse was spent at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. James. 502 Montgom
ery street, on last Tuesday evening, the
guests of honor being Mr. And Mrs.
Burton Wilcox, of Chicago, cousins of
the hostess. A number of vocal solos
were beautifully rendered by Mesdames
Wilcox, Miller and Fleming, and instru
mental solos by Mr. A. W. Whltmer
and Miss Hazel Rlggs. At a late hour
dainty refreshments -were served. The
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Burton Wil
cox, Mr. and Mrs. Henry James. Mr. and
Mrs. E. S. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. X W.
Whltmer, Mrs. W. M. Simpson. Mrs. F.
H. Fleming; Mrs. R. IC Fleming, Mrs.
R. L. Cate, Mrs. J. O. Rlggs. Miss Hazel
Rlggs and Master Joe Rlggs.
Mra. Fred D. Chamberlln, of 657 Flanders
street, gave an informal at home Thurs
day afternoon to Introduce Mrs. J. E.
Coffman. of New Yok City, who is visit
ing here. Quantities of La France roses
were artistically arranged throughout the
rooms and punch made after the formula
used on Mrs. Coffman's yacht In the East,
and known as the Judy punch, was served
and called forth many pleasing comments
from the ladles.
Mrs. W. J. Hawkins gave a delightful
at home yesterday afternoon, at which
the guests were entertained with "progres
sive conversation." The house was hand
somely decorated with La France and
Caroline Testout roses. A string orchestra
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furnishers played during the afternoon, and dainty
refreshments were served by the hostess,
assisted by Mrs. J. E. Werleln. Miss Verdi
Monroe, Miss Ethel Durham, Miss Estella
Ford and Mss Olga Ofner. Miss "Wer
leln and Miss Monroe sang and there were
piano selections by Miss Ethel Durham
and Miss Margaret Hawkins.
There was a charming social gather
ing on Wednesday evening in honor of
Mrs. T. F. Fisher, at her home on East
Thirty-third street. Miss Jean Milne was
assisted in receiving by Miss Veva Best,
and by the Messrs. Harry Allen and
Dave Williams. The rooms were deco
rated with roses and foliage. The soft
lights from the shaded electric globes,
blended beautifully with the,, decoraUons.
The mala feature of the evening was a
musical contest. The music was fur
nished by Mr. George Houghton. Punch
was served in -the dining-room. At a
late hour. refreshments were served.
About 50 guests were present.
One of the most charming home affairs,
given during the week was Mrs. Rudolf
Prael's euchre party, given on Friday
afternoon. The decoraUons were In blue
and white bachelor buttons and mar
guerites. The score cards were decorated
with "blue Dutch wlndmljls. and the ices
were served in blue bachelor buttons of
tissue paper from blue and white china,
the entire color scheme having the pret
tiest delft effect Imaginable- The prizes
were won by Mrs. 1. 1. Patterson and Mrs.
Herman Varwlg. Mrs. William C. Knight
on assisted the hostess in entertaining.
A delightful party" was given last Mom
day evening by Miss Evelyn Bell at her
home on Fourth street, for Miss Marshall,
of Spokane. The evening was spent In
playing various games, among which egg
football was tho most enjoyable. The
guests were: Misses Sadie Noyes, Long,
Eva Long. Ethel Durham, Evangeline
Breck, Leila Hough, Craig, Messrs. Clar
ence Hough "Vaugh, Beharrel, Elwood,
Hendershott, Harold Howes, Ernest All
men, Harry Cason and Clyde Ivey.
Ad events of the week dhofl(To2
- Mies Semele Groat gave a "pink shower"
on Tuesday In honor of Miss Cora Lang,
who Is to marry Mr. William J. Helser,
of Council Bluffs, Iowa, on Wednesday at
the First Presbyterian Church. The affair
was pleasant and a great many dainty
gifts- were received by the fiancee. Those
present were Miss Blanche Robinson, Miss
Laura Dunne, Mrs. H. E. Judge. Miss
Frankle RIchet, Miss Jeffery, Miss Edna
Jeffery, Miss Schilling, Mrs. Sam B.
A surprise party was given in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Twigger, at their
home, 747 Michigan avenue, Wednesday,
Juno 17. the occasion belng their wed
ding anniversary. There was a large at
tendance of friends and relatives. The
rooms were decorated in roses and orange
blossoms. The evening was spent in
playing whist and crokinole, after which
refreshments were served.
.The Ivey Water-Color Club had a de
lightful ouUng Saturday. The afternoon
was spent sketching, after a picnic lunch
at noon. The club has Joined the City
Federation, and will ba represented at
the convention In Astoria by Its presi
dent, Mrs. J. P. Wagner, Mrs. G. W.
Simpson and Miss C. Hunt.
Mrs. Thomas B. Foster gave a pleasant
cinch party yesterday afternoon at her
home on North Eelghteenth street. Assist
ing Miss Foster In entertaining were
Miss Lawrence, Miss Murphy, Miss Gold
smith and Miss Gllllland.
Prl c e-B eh ar r ell.
The wedding of Ora Lee- Price and Miss
Margaret Louise Beharrell, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Beharrell, was cele
brated at Taylor-Street Methodl3t Epis
copal Church on Wednesday evening. The
church was decorated with charming ef
fect with marguerites, arranged against
a background of cedar. Before the en
trance of .the bridal procession, Mjs.
Warren E. Thomas softly played a num
ber of airs upon the organ, and as the
bride and her attendants entered, the
musicswelled Into the bridal chorus from
"Lohengrin," sung by the chorus choir
of Taylor-Street Church. The ushers', Dr.
George Larkin. John Larkin, Harry Hen
dershott, and Clarence Price led tho pro
cession, followed by the "beet girls." Miss
Flora Bailey, Ihe bridesmaids. Miss An
toinette Wagner, and Miss Ella Cousins,
the maid of honor. Miss Ethel BeharreU
and two little flower girls, Marjorie Be
harrell, the bride's cousin, and Alice Hill,
of La Grande, the groom's niece. The
bride came last, accompanied by her fath
er, who gave her away.
Dr. II. J. Talbctt, pastor of the church,
performed the marriage ceremony, during
which Mrs. Warren E. Thomas played the
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Mr. Price's best man was his brother.
The bride wore white organdy with veil
of tulle and carried carnaUons. Mlsa
Beharrell was in yellow organdy and car
ried marguerites. The bridesmaids were
dressed alike in white organdie and also
carried marguerites. Going out the bride
was preceded by the flower girls who
scattered the marguerites from their bas
The wedding party and the members of
the two families were entertained at a
wedding supper at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Beharrell on Park street. The dln-ing-rbom
walls were hung with baskets
of Jacqueminot roses, which were also
used In the table decorations. Mr. and
Mrs. Price will be at home after July 1
at 606 Fifth street.
In tho presence of 75 .guests. Miss Ger
trude E. CUne, only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. CUne, and Mr. E. J. Young,
one of the most highly esteemed of Sun
nyslde. Wash., young men, were united
in marriage, June 17, at the recently
completed colonial home of the bride's
parents. The house was most beauUfully
decorated by Mrs. "W. H. CUne and Miss
Ethel Young with roses and vines the
parlor in white roses, the reception hall
and library In pink roses and the dining
room In red roses. Miss Mary Young,
sister of the groom, with a song entitled
"O Promise Me," announced the cere
mony at 9 o'clock. The wedding march
from "Lohengrin" was played by Mrs
Charles Richie. Tha ushers were Messrs
Ralph and Raymond Jones, cousins of the
bride, and Misses Bernlce and Blanche
George. The best man, Mr. Clarence
Showers, was followed by Master Stanley
Wenner, the ring-bearer. The aisle was
strewn with flowers by the flower girls,
Frances Stewart and Flossie George. The
bridesmaids were Miss Myrtle Lacy and
Miss Janet Young. The maid of honor
was Miss Ethel Young, sister of the
groom. The bride, who was attended by
Mlsa Edna George, was dressed in white
Imported plain and embroidered mull, car
ried bride roses, and was given away by
her father. Just one year ago she grad
uated at Carleton College. Northfleld,
Minn. The bridegroom was First Lieuten
ant in the war with Spain. The Rev.
James Cheal performed the ceremony.
Ice, cream, cake and strawberries were
served in the dining-room by Mesdames
O. J. Stewart, S. J. Harrison, E. Mulhol
land and Charles Richie. Punch was
served In the recepUon hall by Mrs. J. B.
George. During the evening music was
given by Professor Allan DoW, Rev. James
Cheal and Mls3 Mary Young. Mr. and
Mrs. Young left at 10:30 o'clock amid
showers of rice and roses for a wedding
trip. The bride's golng-away gown was
navy blue broadcloth.
At 8 o'clock on Wednesday evening, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Swafford,
In Salem, Miss Asenath Pearl Sanders was
married to Mr. Harry Wilburn Swafford,
President J. H. Coleman. D. D., of Wil
lamette University; offlciaUng. As the
beauUful strains of the wedding march
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from "Lohengrin" sounded from the plan?,
played by Miss Nellie Swafford, cousin
of the groom, the bride, attended by tho
groom's sister. Miss Lila Swafford. en
tered the parlor and was met at the altar
by the groom and the best man, E. K.
Miller. Dr. Coleman then read the mar
riage service from the ritual of the Metho
dist Episcopal Church. After receiving the
congratulations of the relatives and
friends present the bride and groom led
the guests to the dining-room, where a
delicious weddln? feast was spread. The
remainder of tha evening was spent in
conversation and musical numbers fur
nished by Mr. Arthur Boeschen, Mls3
Helen Riggs and Miss Nellie Swafford,
of Oregon City. The bride wore white silk.
Persian trimmed, with silk lace and ap
plique, with a veil, and carried a bouquet
of bride rosesL he bridesmaid's dress
was white swiss over p.ink lawn, and she
carried La France roses. The groom and
best man were atUred In conventional
black. The rooms throughout were taste
fully decorated with festoons of oak
leaves. White predominated In the front
parlor, red In the back parlor and pink In
the dining-room. As a whole, the decor
aUons made a very pleasing effect. Tho
bride is the daughter of Mrs. A. F. San
ders, of Union. The groom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Swafford, of this city.
He graduated from the College of Liberal
Arts at the university this year, was. a
member of last year's debaUng team, a
member of the Glee Club, editor of the
Collegian, and has a host of friends among
the students. "Swaft" has a position as
assistant assayer In the Cornucopia mines,
near Baker City, where the couple will
A pretty wedding ceremony wa3 per
formed in the Episcopal Church at Van
couverir Wash., Wednesday evening, when
Miss Susan Beeson was united In mar
riage to Mr. C. W. Taylor, of Salem, Or.,
Rev. W. C Sheppard officiating. The
bride was neatly dressed In white, while
the groom was dressed in conventional
black. The church was well filled with
invited guests, and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor
were the recipients of many beautiful
presents and the best wishes of a largo
circle of friends. Miss Beeson is the
daughter of City Clerk J. J. Beeson. and
has been employed as teacher In the
"Vancouver schools. Mr. Taylor Is a busi
ness man of Salem, Or., where they will
in future reside.
One of the prettiest of June weddings
was that of Miss Daisy Huggins, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Huggins.
to Mr. H. O. Harrison, of San Francisco.
The ceremony took place In the presence
of relatives and a small number of the
young couple's friends in the red parlora
of the Washington, Seattle. Wash., Wed
nesday evening, June 10, at 7 o'clock, and
was performed by Rev. Edward Lincoln
Smith. As the wedding march was
played, the bridal party entered the par
lor. It was led by Miss Gertrude Berry,
of Astoria, who was maid of honor. The
bride followed, leaning on the arm of h'er
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