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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, NOVEMBER 3, 1907
PORTLAND SOCIETY NEWS AND NOTES
CONTINUED FROM THIRD PAGE
CelcBto Dyzrt, Miss Lula Swanson. Miss
Cramer, Miss Eleanor Cannon, Harold
famberlaln. Harry Trueblood, Harold
Minor, Mr. Davies. Tom Robinson, Frank
VrltcharJ, W. Davis. Dan Qulmby, Carl
Manning, and Mr. and Mrs. Fox.
Mr. Imogen Harding Brodie, who
directed the music at the annual Teach
ers' Institute and County School Offi
cers' Convention in Oregon City last
week, received a high compliment from
Dr. II. D. Sheldon, of nhe University
of Oregon, who was present at the
three-days' session. Dr. Sheldon has
attended scores of institutes and said
that the music In Oregon City was the
best he had ever heard. Among Mrs.
Brodie's numbers were Hammond's
"The Bony Fiddler." and "In Tears
Thro' the Woods I Wander." and Schu
mann's "Waldespraech." Miss Flora
Fleischner, a pupil cf Mrs. Brodie, sang
at the school officers- convention last
Saturday, and her rendition of Tosti's
'Good- Bye" and "The Years at the
Spring" (Beach) was enthusiastically
The Tuesday Afternoon Club met with
Mrs. E. K. Miller. After the usual busi
ness. Mrs. Miller gave In detail, a very
interesting report of the proceedings of
the State Federation of Women's Cluhs
which met In Salem. October 23. The club
expressed sympathy for Mrs. Hall and
family In their recent bereavement. The
lesson for the afternoon was a continua
tion of the study of English history. The
following suhjects were presented and
discussed: "The War With France."
"Waterloo." "War of 1812" and "The
State of Society and Reforms In the Time
of George III." Those Introducing the
topics were Mrs. Amos,. Mrs. Baiiy. Mrs.
Davis and Mrs. Boynton. After refresh
ments were served the club adjourned to
meet with Mrs. Crofton, 125 East Six
teenth street, November 6, at 2 P. M.
Mrs. Oeoree H. Hlmes entertained at
her home, 874 East Everett street, last
Saturday afternoon. October 28. in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Waller, of Mon
mouth. The guests present were former
Polk County friends. Besides the guests
of honor and hostess, those present were.
Robert Coombs, Mrs. Clayborn Walker,
Mrs. Dave Holmes. Mrs. Charles Jacob
Hon. Mrs. T. H. Starbuck, Misses Edith
Starhuck, Kate Shrevcs, Ida. Waller,
Carrie Haley and Lurah Himes. The
afternoon was very pleasantly spent in
recalling memories of former days, after
which light refreshments were served.
The Congregation Ahavai Sholom and
the Ladies' Auxiliary tendered Rabbi and
Mrs. R. Ahrahamson a reception in the
vestry rooms of the temple in honor of
the twentieth anniversary of their mar
riage on October 23. The vestry rooms
were handsomely decorated In Oregon
grape and the National colors. A delight
ful supper was served. Rabbi and Mrs.
Ahrahrtmson were presented with an ele
gant Haviland dinner set.
The Christian Endeavor Society of the
First United Presbyterian Church enter
tained the members of the church and
their friend at the home of the pastor
and wife Thursday evening from 9 to 10:30
o'clock, celebrating the Order of Spooks.
The rooms were lighted with Jack-o'-lanterns,
ghosts pointed the way, fortunes
were told and light refreshments served.
Mrs. W. E. Ashby and Mrs. W. S.
Basey gave a pleasant surprise to their
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Byars, at her new
residence in 8t. John. Friday, October 25.
the occasion being her birthday. Mrs.
Ashby and Mrs. Basey were assisted In'
receiving, by Miss L. Caples and Mrs.
Lust Monday evening a number of
young people enjoyed a delightful par
ty given by Miss Estelle Bean, of Eugene,-
in honor of her niece. Miss Hazel
Bean, of Portland who has just recent
ly entered college, and is one of the
new members of the Zcta Iota Phi So
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Watson entertained
a few of their friends at their home, 6S
East Sixfeentli street. North, Halloween
night, with progressive whist, games and
music, after which a dainty luncheon
was served, ijihosts and jack-o'-lanterns
were placed throughout the house.
A most enjoyable Halloween party "was
given last Thursday evening by the
Gazette Club in Rlngler's Hall. There
were about 75 couples in attendance, and
the excellent music by Stiles' orchestra
was enjoyed by every one present,
Miss Clara Able, of Spokane, who has
been the guest of Miss Mary Otten, re
cently left for Southern California. On
Wednesday evening Miss Otten enter
tained for her in a very delightful man
ner. Mrs. Fred O. Jennings' beautiful
home on Tenth and Wasco was the
scene, on Tuesday afternoon, of a hap
py gathering of about 20 girls in honor
of Miss Jessie McConncll's approaching
The B. D. J. R. Club held the first meet
ing of the season last Monday evening at
tlie home of MK and Mrs. H. G. Rice.
Five hundred was played at four tables,
after which lunch was served.
A pleasant Halloween masquerade
party was given at the home of Miss
Marguerite Hart, 201 North Sixteenth
street, Wednesday evening, October 90.
The Wednesday evening Five Hundred
Club was entertained at the home of Mr.
nd Mr. J. C. Hare by Miss Elizabeth
Johnson this week.
Miss Susie Barnes entertained a dozen
of her girl friends at a Halloween party
given at the home of her parents, 264
A delightful Halloween party was given
Thursday evening by the Misses Leota
and Geneva Siegner, at their home in
- A very enjoyable Halloween party was
given at the home of Miss Norma Hum
mel, 349 Grant street.
A very pretty wedding took place at
the home of Mrs. D. W. Klnnaird, of
Canemah, when her daughter. Miss Mao
Strange, became the wife of J. Carlos
Ghormley, son of Rev. and Mrs. J. F.
Ghormley, of Portland. The ceremony,
which was witnessed only by the rela
tives of the contracting parties, was
performed by the Rev. A. J. Montgom
ery, pastor of the Third Presbyterian
Church of Portland. .The bride looked
pretty in a gown of white eoleon
and carried a bouquet of Bride roses.
She was attended by Miss Bessie
Ghormley. sister of the groom, who
wore gray crepe de chine and carried
a shower bouquet of pink carnations.
Mr. Fowler, of Portland, acted as best
man. The bridal party entered tho
parlor to the strains of a wedding
march played by Mrs. Myrtle Ennis. of
Portland. The impressive ceremony
Vis performed beneath a canopy of
white roses, white chrysanthemums
nnd ferns. A wedding breakfast was
served after the marriage ceremony,
after which Mr. and Mrs. Ghormley left
for a wedding trip on the Sound and
are now residing in Portland for the
present. The Kinnalrd home was beau
tifully decorated for the occasion, the
pariors being in white chrysanthe
mums, white roses . and ferns, while
pink was the predominating color in
the dining-room, pink sweet peas be
ing used In profusion. Present were
Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Ghormley, Miss
Bessie Ghormley, Everest Ghormley
and Mr. Fowler, of Portland: William
Strange and daughter. Miss Mary
Strange, and William Strange, of
Clackamas; Mr. and Mrs. S. Enis. of
Portland; Mrs. E. J. Marshall. Fred
Strange. Tom .Klnnaird and Mrs. D.
W. Kinnaird, of Canemah.
One of the pretty home weddings of the
week wan that of Minnie Louise Dill and
Calvin Porter Morse, at the home of
the bride's parents. 826 East Tenth street
North, on Wednesday evening. October 30.
The bridal procession was led by Bessie
will be at home to their friends after
November 15, at 314 North Twentieth
Miss Elsie L. Montague and John D.
Weed were married at Arlington,. Or.,
Sunday, October 20. The bride is the
daughter of Colonel G. W. Montague.
She is a popular teacher in the Gilliam
County schools. Mr. Weed is the man
ager of a large wheat ranch near Ar
lington, and has hosts of friends. Mr.
and Mrs. Weed are at present enjoying
a visit in Portland and other Valley
A very pretty wedding took place at
the home of Rev. and Mrs. E. 8. Bollin
ger, 475 Prescott street. October 29, at
8:30 P. M., when Edward W. Durkee and
Mm Augusta Behle were married in the
presence of a few invited friend. - The
MARRIED IN PORTLAND WEDNESDAY
MR. AND MRS. GEORAE W. HENKI.E.
The wedding of George W. Henkl and Mrs. Isabella Cresny was solemnized
Wednefday at 7 P. M. In the Imperial Hotel parlors. Mr. Henkle Is a promi
nent business man of Corvallls. Mrs. Cressy Is a well-known resident of Inde
pendence. Only relatives of the bride were present at the wedding. Mr. and
Mrs. Henkle will make their home at Mount Tabor. They will be at home
to their friends after November 10.
Roberts and Flora Dill, as flower girls:
then Miss Lucll Fields, the bridesmaid,
entered, followed by the bride on the arm
of her father, S. H. Dill. As Miss Mabel
Morse played a march from Wagner, the
party was joined by the groom and the
best man, W. S. Eddy. Rev. E. S. Boll
inger performed the ceremony. The bride's
gown was white net over silk, and ahe
carried brides' roses. Miss Fields' gown
was embroidered pink chiffon, and she
carried pink bridesmaid roses.
The parlors were decorated in Oregon
grape and sword ferns. The dining-room
was done in Oregon grape and pink
roses. Miss Marion Flummer p.-"ilded at
the punch bowl and Miss Jennie Wether
bee, of Eugene, and Miss Helen Delano
served In the- dining-room. Mr. and Mrs.
Morse have gone on a short trip to Puget
Sound cltlos. The out-of-town guests
were Miss Jennie Wetherbee, of Eugene,
and Giles B. Johnson, of Astoria.
J. H. Page, a prominent attorney of
Portland, and Miss t'leo R. Smyth, were
united in marriage at the home of A. E.
Lambert, at 30o Johnson street, Pendle
ton, Inst Tuesday, Rev. W. T. Euster.
house was very beautifully decorated In
Autumn leaves and flowers. The couple
left on Saturday morning for Newport,
where they will be at home to their
friends at "Bide-a-wee" Cottage.
At the Centenary Parsonage, 508 East
Oak street. Dr. Clarence True Wilson
united in marriage George A. Tennent
and Miss Alice La. Smith, both of Port
land, Or., on the evening of October 29.
A party of friends and relatives accom
panied the contracting parties, and their
many friends will be glad to know that
they will continue to reside In Portland.
James D. Montgomery and Flora M.
Smith were united in marriage at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Montgomery,
350 Ivy. street. October 30, at 7:30 P. M..
in tTie "presence of a few of their special
friends. Rev. E. S. JBollinger. of the
Highland Congregational Church, per
formed the ceremony. A luncheon was
enjoyed after the ceremony.
The announcement 'cornea from Los
MARRIED IN THEIR OWN SUNNYSIDE
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MB. AND MRS. EI.SWORTH PICKEL. '
One of the week's notable home weddlncs way that of Mrs. Mattie Blanchard
to Klsworth Plckel, in their beautiful new residence In Sunnyslde. on Thursday
evening. The wedding was a very quiet one. only a few intimate friends wit
nesplng the ceremony, which was jjerformed by Rev. J. L. MInacre, Of Immanuel
Baptist Church. The artistic rooms -of the new . residence were . prettily
decorated with Autumn leaves and chrysanthemums. The bride is well known
as a musician of talent, and the new benedict Is receiving congratulations from
a wide circle of friends, who know him as an artist of unusual skill with the
brush, a clever art-photographer, and a successful and prosperous inventor, who
is enjoying royalties from no less than half a dozen Ingenious inventions, which
he has patented. : Mr. and Mrs. Plckel are now enjoying a honeymoon trip,
which Includes a cruise up the Columbia In an extended excursion to Puget
Sound. They will bo at home to their friends after November. 13, at Sunnyalde.
No. 1029 East SSth street. ,
pastor of the M. E. Church, officiating.
The wedding was a pretty home wedding.
The guests present were Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Lambert. Mrs. C. Q. Lambert, Miss
Florence Smyth, Beatrice R. Sturb. Ethel
Fraker and Mrs. Caldwell. The weddir.g
presents from those present and others
Include many fine cut glass articles and
silverware. Sweet peas and chrysanthe
mums were the decoration flowers. The
bride was dressed in white mull with
white roses. Mr. and Mrs. Page will
spend some time In " British Columbia,
after which they will be at home in Port
land. . Yoho-Rometsch.
At the residence of John Rometsch,
300 Benton street, at 11 o'clock on the
morning of October 26, Miss Elsie
Rometsch and J. F. Toho, of Seattle,
were married by Rev. J. R. Welch in
the presence of a few intimate friends.
Mr. Yoho and bride left for Seattle that
evening, tthere they will reside, he
being a prominent real estate man.
Mrs. Yoho will be remembered as the
leader In The Oregonlan Yellowstone
Park contest last year, when her popu
larity was attested by receiving thou
sands of votes In excess of the other
Tuesday, at high noon. October 29, Jo
seph Huupert, of Portland, and Miss Nel
lie Bartlett, of Government Island, Or.,
were united In marriage tiy the Rev. -Benjamin
Young, at the parsonage of the
.Taylor-street M. E. Church. Only a few
relatives and friends were present. They
Angeles of the marriage In this city, on
October 28, of Mrs. Meda Mats, formery
of this city, and George W. Butter-field
of San Diego. Cal. After . visiting in
Southern California, Mr. and Mrs. But
terfield will return to San Diego to re
side, where Mr. Butterfield Is established
On the evening of October 20, Jacob
Henry Belser and Miss Amelia WeigKt
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