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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1910)
TTIE STJXDAY OREGOXTAX. PORTLAND. DECEMBER 25. 1910.
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,6 1 nii CVJTO&V 7ZSZZZV7X, Marks'
J - tSJV in4 beautiful. Followlnc the dancing.
J , ' " , SV I ,uPPer wa ln the bniuet hal1
fS. -t II bor (tain, where aialn th decora
J,( . - t ' II ' tlona wara representative of the aeaaon.
1 . , . . . " Kai- Many handsome and costly gowns were
II ' i L, ' - ' 1 VII I worn by the feminine contingent of the
II I'-ji'y J HI KB 3T5 aaesta who were bidden to the af-
i - -?vA-- -' III
I , -S I a The costume of the debutante herself
i I 0y V ill waa extremely handsome and consisted
1 1 ,.,, 1 . - I' . I I of a richly-embroidered overdresa of
. - v ' ' ' ill I whlta chiffon over pearl-white satin and
' ' . f ' III silver. With this attire she carried or-
I HI I chlds. Her mother, Mrs. Mackensle,
I . ' l I wore a gown of pink with rose-embroid-
I ' . 1 ' ..-- ' - 111 I ered chiffon over satin and completing
II ' ' . ' - . Ill I the quiet elegance of the costume she
I! . . --- -r.ffm, : f. HI carried a large ostrich fan. Both gowns
I -."".7 ' ' ' ' ' " " " .' v ', ii 1 I were of Paris Importation. Mrs. Luhn.
Ji-v:. - .- ' ll!f who ' sister of Jlrs. Mackensle, wore
t : ' ' " ' ll white satin with silver lace.
I I V ' . Y Mrs. R- Lea Barnes was attractive In
- r- . ' Ill black chiffon o-er black satin, enhanced
I! t?"' , ' . - L' J HI in Its beauty by trimmings of heavy Jet.
. ' -v . "V..- 1 1 - . III Flowered chiffon In delicate pinks and
", r t. III blues over dresdon silk as Ihe com-
' 1 - - i , '"- " HI olnstlon of materials used In the attire
1 ...;-. ; v -v 1 1 of Mrs. Walter J. Burns.
, " V-- - Ji, HI Mrs. Richard Koehler wore a gown of
I' V ' V " UX. ' HI heavy Imported silk with marquisette
I . , , , - -? i . Ill and chantllly lace In splendid contrast
!' - ' , 4 1 to handsome diamonds.
-"'' " ' t . ' ' . HI White satin with a tunic of lace and
I i " - . t " 111 chiffon was the costume of Mrs. W. B.
I . f III Aver.
J, " " ; ; . - .'-. t I . 1 IL Mrs. J. Wesley Ladd was beautiful lo
VI 4 ''"- ,1 white lace over heavy white satin. Her
' . . 1 'HI ornaments mere diamonds.
..A, ... " t HI Mrs. Elliott Corbett wore a gown of
i " . - U pink of heavily-embroidered chiffon
V -J - combined with lace.
' ' - ' . D Mrs. Walter F. Burrell was attired In
.4 TX1" ' "Nw 11 a silver-studded net over white satin.
4J ! 11 Mrs. William MacMaster wore white
satin with an overdress of gold-embrold-
' II rd ornamented with roso point
' " I ' II and old lace.
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rHE AH-absurbtng top.c among
I clety folk lut week was the debut
of U!a Jean Mackensle quite the
most brilliant affair since the reception at
tlie Arlington Club In the early Winter.
What wltb this event oa Tuesday even
ing and the busy dare before Christmas
when Red Cross seals must te sold and
glfta pucvhaed or ir.ade, there has been
little else to Interest the society sec
tion of rurtlan'l and certainly little
lee waa needed, for all know and real
ise the Importance of these last few
days prered'Dg Christmas and the num
ber of personal obligations which arise
and fill the time of even the most ac
tive social leadsr.
Beveral announcements of Interest,
hewever. have ben made public the
past werk which ar certainly of much
Interest to ilL A mar s these- Is the en
gagement of Mrs. Chaunrey Rose Wins
low and Kdmund Lincoln Devenaux. who
wt:l b marrl.-d Fehrury 4. Mrs. Wins
low, formerly M'ss Alice Elbson. Is well
known and has many friends here. Mr.
frevereaux. who has been tn business
ta this city for tl-.e past three years.
wa formerly of Ivtrott. Mich. The an-aouncem-nt
of this engagement was very
quiet and Irformal. Mrs. Wlnslow tele
phoning the news to her frtends.
M.ss Kathleen Hums also Is causing
a bit of excitement ln social circles by
her we.l. ling lth Tom Rohertson. which
will tske place at 4 o'clock Tuesday
aftern.on at Trinity Church, after which
a small ga:hering of Intimate friends
and relatives of both young people
will form a reception at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Waiter J. Burns.
The event of great Importance last
week was the Mackenzie ball, given by
Doctor and Mrs. Kenneth A. J. Macken
sle at the Masonic Temple at Yamhill
and West Park streets for their daugh
ter. Miss Jean Markenare. The decora
tions of the hall wars extremely beauti
ful and profuse, the entire gallery sur
rounding the dancing floor being massed
with small sprnce trees with here and
added suggestion of Christmas to the
greens. Palms and standards of poln
settlas were used about the walls below
the gallery and upon the platform
where the orchestra waa seated com
pletely hidden behind a screen of
evergreens. To complete the Christmas
scene, a huge wreath of holly, with
large clusters of scarlet berrtea. was
supended from the celling above the
In the room which had been reserved
for the punch table were the flowers
which Miss Mackensle received In the
there a ILaaiing polnsettla to give an course of the evening. These were many
Paris sown of gray with handsome trim
mings. Delicate pastel tones made the attire
of Mrs. Brnest Tucker particularly beau
tiful. Delicate chiffon In a light shade and
embroidered was worn by Miss Anita
Mrs. John K. Kollock was gowned In
light blue ' messaline with touches of
Miss Lisa Wood wore a costume of
pink chiffon over satin.
Handsome diamonds completed the cos
tume of delicate lavender worn by Mrs.
Miss Kathleen Bums, who Is to be a
bride of the week, wore old rose with
a tunic of chiffon.
Miss Use Koehler was attractive in a
gown of light blue chiffon.
Pale pink satin with roee point lace
was the rown of Mrs. B. C. Shevlln.
Solomon Hirsch. Miss Ella Hlrsch at
tended the debut ball in a gown of white
Purple velvet was the material ln
the attire of Mrs. mma L. Corbett.
Mrs. W. E. Robertson wore satin. In
a rich yellow tone. Miss Nan Robert
eon's gown was of white chiflon.
Pale blue chiffon over the same shade
ln velvet formed the costume of Miss
, Miss Mllla Wessinger wre a delicate
Miss Leslie Weldlcrs gown was of
Dresden silk with fur.
Miss Claire Houghton wore a costume
of light yellow.
White satin cut princess composed
the gown worn by Mrs. Marlon Dolph.
Miss Angela Kinney was handsomely
gowned in white with silver and chif
fon. Miae Dorothy Morrison was atnnnlng
ln a gown of white chlffon-
Mlss Susan Clark, who has recently
returned fsom the Middle West, wore
a heavily embroidered gown of gray.
I Lavender and white were attractively
combined In the gown of Mrs. J. D.
Hart. Miss Malda Hart wore light blue
j Miss Dorothy Efflnger wore pink sat.
i In and lace.
Crepe de chine In white was the gown
' of Miss Meta Buehner. and Miss Evelyn
Wilson was charming ln a gown or Dlue
silk with a tunic of embroidered chiffon,
i Mrs. J. Andre Foullhoux wore a cos
I tume of light blue with lavender.
' a lleht colored chiffon was the ma
terial ln the gown worn by Miss Mary
White messaline with an overdress of
crystal net was the gown of Mrs. C J.
j Mrs. O. Walter Gates wore white
I elaborately embroidered with silver
Mrs. C. F. Adams' gown was made of
lavender net with garnituree of -pale
Mrs. Henry McCraken work white
brocade trimmed with panne velvet and
point aplique lace
Mrs. M. E. Teal was imposing ln a soft
gray silk gown.
Mrs. Cyrus A. Dolph wore superb
diamonds with her handsome gown of
brocaded gray satin and white lace.
Miss Camllle Dosch wore a Paria
gown of white satin heavily embossed
with velvet roses ln delicate shades of
pink and green. A coral necklace
carved ln a tiny rose design complet
ed the costume. This was also a
Pink crepe de chine, with a shoulder
drape of white crepe all made along
distinctly Frenchy lines Vas the Paris
Ian costume of Miss Lillian Dosch.
Mrs. George K. Wentworth was at
tired In a soft Imported silk of green
with silver passementerie.
Miss Elisabeth Sears wore white
crepe de chine with a Greek drape and
tiny rosebuds about the shoulders.
Black satin with gold was the cos
tume worn by Mrs. Lloyd Wentworth.
Another Parisian gown waa worn by
Miss Jean Kerr. This was of pink
chiffon trimmed artistically with vel
vet ribbons and pink marabou.
Persian bands completed a gown of
soft orange-colored silk worn by Miss
Mrs. John Keating was striking In
white silk net embroidered, over yellow
satin and. trimmed with fur.
' Mrs. William Skene wore pink satin
made ln a chic dancing length, which
proved most attractive.
White satin with beautiful long lines
was the attire of Mrs. Frank Watson.
Mrs. James Ernest Laldlaw with her
attractive brunette coloring was charm
ing in costume of rose pink.
Mrsv C. E. Wolverton was attired ln
rich satin of a pearl gray tone.
Mrs. Donald Munro wore pink chif
fon. A chantllly lace shswl was worn by
Mrs. Henry Junes with her gown of
Mrs. Oskar Huber wore black net
over white satin.
Mrs. James Wilson's gown waa of
soft black messaline untrlmraed, and
with very simple effective lines.
8hlmmery satin with wide bands of
cerise comjsed the extremely Parisian
costume of Mrs. T. Scott Brooke.
Miss Lillian O'Brien was lovely In
a dancing gown of satin under white
chiffon. Tiny red rosebuds caught at
tractively the chiffon into place.
Mrs. Samuel Kerr wore a particularly
interesting robe of satin foundation
and an over drape of soft crepe, the
whole ln the rich London fog tone.
This gown was made for Mrs. Kerr in
Mrs. Chauncey Rose Wlnslow wore a
stunning costume of black and white
with touches of black velvet.
As has been the case at all Impor
tant eoclnl functions this" Winter, many
of the officers and ladies from Van
couver Barracks were present Tues
ri.v evenlnar. and the dress uniform
of the former added an attractive ef
fect to the gathering of beautifully
gowned women and dainty young girls
ln soft chiffons and silks.
There were guests for four tables of
bridge and an additional number who
called later for tea at the afternoon at
which Mrs. J. M. Elllcott was hostess
last Wednesday. Mrs. C. E. 8. Wood
and Mrs. J. J. Morrow presided at the
tea table, and they were assisted by
Miss Isabella Gauld. Oregon grape
and Christmas suggestions were used
by Mrs. Elllcott ln decorations. Those
who accepted Mrs. Elllcott's hospitality
were: Mrs. J. O. Gauld, Mrs. E. C. Shev
lln. Mrs. J. Andre Foullhoux, Mrs. Wal
ter J. Burns. Mrs. Bingham from Van
couver Barracks. Mrs. Alma D. Kata,
rM ilArrinn Voorhles. Mrs. K. A. J.
Mackensle. Mrs. Walter Burrell. Mrs.
W. B. Ayer. Mrs. J. F. Mclndoe. Mrs.
J. J. Morrow. Mrs. Walter V. Smith, j
Jr. jraa Canby. Mrs. John- G. Ed
wards. Mrs. T. O. Hailey. Mrs. W. S.
llddle. Mrs. David Lorlng, Mrs. Charles
:auld. Mrs. T. Scott Brooke. Mrs. A. L.
-ii vrr- p r o WnoH Miss Isa
bella Gauld and Mrs. Donald Munro. :
Mr. Mclndoe. Mrs. Maxwell. Mrs. !
George Pel gram and Mrs. J. J. Mor- j
row were possessors of the highest '
honors ana were accurumgiy wtuiu
Mrs. E. C. Shevlln will entertain at
cards on New Year's eve at her home
ln honor of the Infant year.
Mrs. J. G. Gauld was a dinner hostess
last evening, when covers were laid
for ten guests. Mrs. Gauld and Miss i
Gauld will be at home Monday aiter
noon following New Year's day.
Not only will Mrs. J. Andre Toutl
houx entertain tomorrow but she will
be at home Informally today as well,
Miss Ruth Lelghton, of Syracuse, N.
T.. will be the guest of Miss Isabella
Gauld for several weeks, . arriving ln
Portland December JO.
Miss Grace Langdon, of Albany, was
a recent visitor In the city as the
guest of Miss Constance Piper.
Mrs. L. Allen Lewis Is tn San Fran
cisco, called there by the Illness of
her brother. Jack Kittle, who Is re
covering. She has been absent from
Portland two weeks and has not yet
expressed the date of her return. It
will be remembered that Mr. Kittle was
one of the bridal party of the recent
Of much Interest to Portland folk
Is the new which comes from San I
Francisco telling of the engagement of '
Mlsa Helen Lamson. of this city, to
WE WISH YOU ALL
THAT LIKE A RIVER
FLOWS ON AND ON
AND ON FOREVER
283-285 Washington Street Bet. Fourth & Fifth
Diamond Importers Silversmiths Manufacturing Jcwelgrg
Ralph E. Renaud, dramatic critic of
the San Francisco Chronicle and also
a play-writer. Miss Lamson is the
daughter of Captain Roswell H. Lam-
dent at Stanford University, where
she was a member of the Delta Gamma
sorority. Mr. Renaud also attended
Stanford and graduated from that lnstl
set for the wedding, but it will prob
ably take place next month.
Last Sunday afternoon from 5 until
U. S. N. She was formerly a stu- tution. As yet no definite date has been 7 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. James Ernest
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