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TTTE SrXTVVY OTtrGOXTATS. PORTLAND, DECEMBER 54. 1911.
l-eroy Fields. Frederick Mrt!n. Harry
f:phnon and Elmer r- Youdi ar
mmbf r. of the committee.
Tlii Camaraderie t'lub. which la com
posed of members of the Multnomah
Club and tliclr friends, expects to -lv
a subscription dance every month until
Mr. L. Ix-IIar and her dauichter. Miss
Rm Dellar. of Spokane, are the holi
tlav luFili of Mrs. A. 'ehman. of
Northrup street. Many social functions !
hare been arranged for M1js Dellar
dtirlnc the holldas.
Mr. Frank Swanton asked a number
of arlrls to a swimming- luncheon at
the Yoiin" Women's hrlstian Assocla-
tlnn Mondar to meet Mlsx Iellar. Tna
auests were Mrs. Walter iloneyman.
.Mrs. A K. Neate. Mlsa Wilson, of New
York. Mrs. I Heliar. Miss Rose Pellar.
Miss rhyllls Neate. of London. Knc
land. Miss Clara Kle.nman. Mws Haze
Westermire and Miss Winifred Abbott.
Mrs. Swanton entertained at dinner for
Mi'i Iei;r Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Tl. A. Marshall and Miss Vivian
Marshall returned Sunday from an ex
tended European trip. While away Miss
Marshall studied music In Parts. Lon
don and Berlin.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith entertained
with a card party last Saturday even
In, to celebrate their :uth weddlnK
annlversary. Prlsea were won by Mra.
Chapman. Mrs. liolletiur. Mr. Ash and
Mr. Camp. Miss Mary Stuart Smith
received with her parents. Assisting
Mrs. Smlfi were Mrs. A. P. Charlton.
Mrs. W. P. Jelllson. Mrs. T. T. Strain
and Mrs. Adolph Iekuin.
Harry I.ytle. who is a student in an
Eastern school, arrived home Thurs
day. He will visit Ms parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. E. Lytle. during the holi
days. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Kletpcl.ner mill
open their bea.rh home at Seaside and
entertain a house party over New
Year's day. Among their guests will
he Mr. ami Mrs Marcus Flelschner and
Mr. and Mrs. lnry W. MeUger.
Mrs. Je.se Ft- Sharp and daiiR-htera.
Porolhy and Constance, of Iropect
Prtve. a-companied by Mrs. Eltsa W.
trandr. of Spokane. Wash., sailed
from New York on the Kalserin Ali
enate Victoria on tecemer 12. They
mill remain in Paris for some time,
where the Misses Sharp still attend
s. hcl. and later on visit points of In
terest on the continent.
Mr. and Mra. E. I Thompson and
their younc aon. Edward, mill leave
Portland January 12 for New York.
where they will remain for a few davs
before sailtnar for Europe. While awar
the Thompsona expect to visit Berlin
and Naples, and to tour Ireland. Scot
land and Encland. They are plannins;
t sail from Llrerpool March 27 on the
Mr. and Mrs. Percy W. Blanchard.
who have returned from their wedding
trip. will be the auevta of Mrs.
Nlanchard'a mother. Mra. Thomas Con
neli. until the first of the year.
Miss Hilda Jacobs la the ruest of
hex atster. Mrs. Phillip Oosllnsky. In
Mlsa Kemna Klosterman rompll
men ted Miss iKtrothy New hat I. a bride
elect, with a matin party on Monday
afternoon at the Orpheum. and tea at
flie Portland after th performance.
The guests were Miss Dorothy Nowhall.
Mrs. A. Rogers. Miss Kate Brasel. Miss
Ruth Small. Mlsa Lillian Buehner. Mlsa
Oretehen Klosterruan. Mlsa Luclto
Smith. Miss V'Ona Guthrie and Miss
Miss Mlldren Morgan, a popular
bride-elect, has been the motif for
much of the entertaining of the week.
On Monday Mra. Robert Noonan (Miss
Mary Cronan) entertained with an
(rheura matinee party In honor of
Mls.s Morgan. Later the guests were,
eniortalned at tea at the Portland
Hotel. Mrs. Noonan's guests were Miss
Mildred Morgan. Miss Dorothy Bour.
of Chicago: Miss Louise. Poulsen and
On Tuesday e-venlntt Mr. and Mra.
W. L. Morgan entertained the bridal
party at the theater. Those, present
mere Miss Porothy Hour. Miss Joseph
ine Cronan. Miss Edna Mlnsincr, Owen
Summers. Jr.. Harry Humphrey. Henry
Ruehner and Walter Uleason.
Mrs. F. H. Morgan was hostees at
an elahorate luncheon for her niece.
Miss Mildred Morgan, on Thursday.
Covers were laid for "Miss Dorothy
Bour. Mlsa Edna Mlnslnger. Miss Jose
phine Cronan. Miss Lillian Morgan.
Misa Louise Poul?n. Mrs. W. L. Mor
gan and Mrs. C. H. Edwards. The
elaborate afternoon frocks worn by
the guests at the affair were all in
tones of red and green to harmonize;
with the color scheme of the luncheon.
which was carried out in the Christ
mas colorings. The table, was deco
rated with a centerpiece of polnset
t s. surrounded with a wreath of hol-
Iv. and the places were marked by bou
ciuets of red carnations and maldorv
After luncheon the nfte-rnoon was de
voted to "iOC The tables were placed
in the. drawing-room, which was profusely-
decorated with hollr, Oregon
crap and mistletoe.
Mr. and Mrs. K. X. C.ilbert have re
turned from their Eastern and South
ern trip In time to pass Christmas at
Mr. and Mrs. A. Tlchner we.ro din
ner hosts on Wednesday evening, com
plimenting Mr. and Mrs. Ira I'owrrs,
who will leave soon for Grand Rapids,
New York, and the Panama Canal. Mr.
and Mrs. Tlchner are planning to Join
Mr and Mrs. Powers In the East about
February I. The guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Ira Powers. Mr. and Mrs. George
Hyland. Mr. and Mrs. a. A. Emery. Mr.
and Mrs. A. E Jackson. Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Lyons. Mrs. George Sterling, of
Battle Creek and Don J. Sterling.
After dinner the evening was devoted
to bridge. Mrs. rowers and Mr. Lyon
were the fortunate contestants.
Mr. and Mrs. Tlchner also were hosts
at dinner last week In honor of Mrs.
S. J. Cutting nd Miss Kathleen Cut
ting, who are visiting S. J. Cutting. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Rue Hawkins and
their sma'l d.iusMer. Margaret, left
Portland last Sun-lav fr the Er.
m ;iere they will pass the holidays m-th
Mrs. P. J. Minn Is at Motel rel Monte,
where s'le experts to pass the Winter.
Mrs. George P. Starkpole and Miss
Florence Stackpole lefr Portland 'est
ek for New York City, where they
wl'l pass the Winter with Mr. and
Mrs. John Proctor.
Gerald W. Heed has returned from
Stanford Cniverslty. and will pass the
! oiuiave with his mother. Mrs. Rose
Miss M.irie Haller. daughter of Mr.
and .Mrs. H. M. Haller. who Is attending
.Mount vernon seminary, in Washing
ton, haw been visiting In Philadelphia,
and will spend Christmas with her
aunt In New York City. Miss Haller
will return to Washington the latter
part of the week.
The alumni of the Hill Military
Academy have sent out ranis for a
hop to be given at the academy ar
mory. Wednesday evening. December
IT. at t o'clock. The patronesses for
this affair are: Mrs. J. Ernest 1-eid-law.
Mra. Joaeph W. Hill. Mrs. Her
bert liolman, Mrs. G. YV. McDonouju,
Mri. J. Fherman O'Gorman and Mr
Andrew C. Panton.
GOSSIP OF THK ARMY POST.
Ueneral and Mm. Marion P. Miui
will hold a formal reception in their
qnariers for the officers and womei
of the post, from 4 until 7 o'clock. New
Year'e day. It la probable that Colonel
Oeorice K. Mc Jiinnegle. commander of.
the post, also will hold open house dur
ing the day.
Lleutanant J. C. Beatty went to Se
attle Krldav to spend the Christmas
holidays with friends.
Miss Helen C.uerin. a popular youne;
. woman, mucn entertained in ine posi
last Summer and who has been vlsitins;
woman, much entertained In tne post
I In Sanduskr. .. and other eastern
C- I cities for the past three months, has
el returned and will pass Christmas with
. relatives here.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Condon C. Mc-
Cornack left Saturday for Seattle, to
pass the Christmas holidays. They
will later visit relatives In Eugene. Or..
and on February S, will sail for the
i Philippine Islands. IJeutenant Mc-
I Cornack Is a Cnl"erslty of Oregon
graduate. This Is his first trip to the.
All of the 11 organization in the post
will be excused from duty on Chrlst
maa day. except patrol and police, and
each one will enter In the competition
for the best decorated iiuarierw and
dtnlng-room. The Christmas decora
tions of the enlisted men's quarters are
elaborate, there being keen rivalry
among the men to have the honor of
winning recognition from the com
manding officer, who, with hla staff,
personally visits each dining-room on
Christmas morning. Each company,
battery and organization will have spe
cial menu cards of elaborate design,
engraved or embossed in colors, and
hearing the names of all offlcera and
enlisted men connected with that par
Major and Mrs. Charles K. Tayman
will entertain Lieutenants F. C. Bur
nett. S. W. Scorield. Walter E. Pridgen.
and James A. Clio Christmas day.
The first formal military hop of the
season will be held In tne post gym
nasium Friday evening. December 29.
Either the Second Field Artillery Band
or the First Infantry Band will furnlsii
music. I: Is planned to make this an
unusually brilliant event, and many so-
cletr folk from Portland have been In
vlted. A series of three military hops
will be given before March i, when th
First Infantry Is to sail for the Philip
pine Islands. It la probable that tn
third hop will be In the way or a tare
well reception to the departing regl
ment of First Infantry.
Dr. and Mra. Fred Fouler entertained
a number of young people tn honor
Miss May Foster. Saturday evening,
Mra Roy F. Waring, who was Mrss
Margaret Dubois, daughter or Mr. ana
Mrs. I W. Dubois, of Vancouver, an
who is with her husband In the Philip
pine Islands with the second Field Ar
tll'ery. Is expected home soon lor
visit with her parents. Lleutenan
Waring has been ordered to tha Island
First Lieutenant Wiley F. Dawson, o
th Twenty-first Infantry, has been or
dered to Vancouver Barracks for sta
IJeutenant Thomas C. Spencer.
the First Infantry. Is expected to ar
rive this week from Philadelphia with
his bride whom he married Decembe
11. Tha officers of the First Infantry
will give a handsome present to Lieu
tenant and Mrs. Spencer. Mrs. Spen
cer was formerly Miss Jeanette Klauder
and Is well known in Portland society,
where she was entertained at the home
of Mlsa Genevieve Thompson the past
e ' s
It Is probable that Miss Eleanor
Sears, sister of Lieutenant Robert
Sears, will remain In New York for
Major F. O. Mauldtn. Inspector-Gen
eral of the Western Division, ordered
the troops In the post to prepare' for
the field Monday morning for a three
days' march, equipped as though In
dual warfare. The soldiers, always
prepared to march on a few hours' no
tice. went to Fishers Landing, where
each officer and each man was re
quired to cook his own dinner with
ony necessary utensils, carried with
them. On the return trip they were
put through additional problems and
returned to their quarters at night
after a IS-mlle march. The wagons
were packed with shelter tents and
food and forage for three days stay
In the field, but Major Mauldln did not
require It. Every day during theeweek
the different organisations were In
spected by Major Mauldln.
m m m
The post Christmas tree, for the of
ficers' and enlisted men's children, to
have been held Christmas night In the
post gymnasium, has been postponed
on account of the prevalence of scar
let fever In the City of Y'ancouver.
Tha celebration will be held at a later
EVENTS OP THE WEEK.
One of the noteworthy events of the
aeason was the performance of "King
Lear." given by the dramatic depart
ment of the Portland Shakespeare
htudy Club, on Monday evening at the
home of Mrs. T. S. Townsend. In Lau
relhurst. The students acted tha dlf
flrult scenes In a masterly way. which
not only proves that they have made a
profound study of the play nut that
they have great dramatic ability. Mrs,
Allen Todd'a Interpretation of Lear was
forceful, and would have been credit
PORTL.WDt.lKL BEC OMES THE
BRIDR OF 1 1. WACO MAN'.
Mlaa Kllaaketh Heery.
Charles W. Ford, of Ilwaco. and
Miss Elisabeth Henry, of Port
land, were married Saturday.
Iecember 2J. at the parsonage
of the First Congregational
Church. Rev. Luther Dyott offi
ciating. Mr. and Mrs. Ford left
Portland on the ateamer Beaver
for San Francisco Saturday even
ing, on their wedding trip.
able for a professional. The roles of
Gonerie and Regan, the ungrateful
daughters, were successfully portrayed
by Mrs. Anton Glebiscu and Mrs. W. L.
Tomllnson. Miss Mabelle Hefferlin. as
Cordelia, the martyr daughter, was
charmingly natural. Kent. France. Bur
gundy. Albany. Cornwall, Gloster and
Edgar were all cleverly portrayed. Mrs.
L s. Dodge In "Edgar's Soliloquy," and
Mrs. P. L. Thompson as Kent in the
banishment scene both displayed decid
ed talent. Mrs. Albert Brown and Mrs.
lKdgo In the ecene between Edgar
and Gloster. after the latter has lost
Ms eyes, were especially good. Mrs.
Hoy Peterson, as France, and Mrs. S.
Rasmussen. as Htirgandy. both gave In
telligent conceptions of the parts. The I
character of the Xuke of Cornwall.
though not given much opportunltj- for
a display of dramatic ability, was well
handled by Mrs. W. W. Downard. The
difficult part of the fool fen to Mrs.
R. E. Jones, and her conception of the
part and clever delivery of the lines
delighted the audience. Between acts
Mrs. Herbert G. Keed gave a resume of
the scenes that were not given. The
performance was a decided success and
was creditable both to the performers
and their dramatic teacher. Miss Marion
Lowell. The club will resume the study
LITTLE HOSTESS OK W EEK IS
DAI liHTKR OK MR. AM)
MRS. P. L BOD WAY.
Mlaa M. Ireae Bod way.
Miss M. Irene Bodway enter
tained nine of her little friends
last Saturday afternoon, to cele
brate her ninth birthday. The
house was artistically decorated
In red and green suggesting the
Christmas season. Games formed
the entertainment of the after
noon and later a dainty lunch
of Shakespeare In January, taking
'.Machete. for the next play. As
club it haa already accomplished much
In Its chosen line, and the members
expect to do better work In the future.
Hearty praise was given Its leader.
Mrs. J. C. La Barre.
Eighty-five residents of the Patton
Home were guests Friday night at
Christmas party held In the parlors
of the Institution. A large Christmas
tree bore In Its branches gifts for every
person In the home. The distribution
of the gifts was preceded by a short
programme of musical selections. Rev.
W. L. Malloy offered prayer and Dr.
D. W. Buchanan delivered a brief ad
dress. The gifts were distributed by
Dorothy Neil, Catherine Twomey, Hel
en Wilxel. Harry Richards. Mrs. B. F.
Weaver, representing the guests of the
evening, thanked the officers of the
home for their generous courtesy The
officers of Patton Home, who were all
present, are: President, Mrs. G. 11.
Rand: vice-president. Mrs. John 1L
Burgard: treasurer, Mrs. O. B. Ballou;
secretary, Mrs. A. Lang: corresponding
secretary, Mrs. A. V. Glle.
The Piedmont Presbyterian Sunday
School held lta Christmas entertain
ment Friday evening. Despite the
heavy rain, the building was full to
standing room. The children acquitted
themselves most creditably, reflecting
the painstaking efforts which had1
been made by the women who bad
charge of the programme. The K. O.
K. (Knights of the King) boys (an or
ganization fostered by Rev. J. Snyder,
minister of the church), presented the
pastor with a handsome Morris chair.
upholstered in brown leather. Mrs.
Snyder was also remembered. The
time-honored Christmas tree bore rich
and diversified fruit which was dis
tributed and received with equal glad
ness of heart. Proceedings were ter
minated by each child and many oth
ers being presented with a Christmas
stocking," by the pastor.
The bazaar given by the Bereans of
White Temple on Tuesday was one of
the most successful affairs of Its kind
this season. Many beautiful articles
of painting, real lace, embroidery and
other handiwork were secured by the
patrons. A delightful programme waa
given In the evening by club members
and friends. Dainty refreshments were
served. The following are the mem
bers who had charge of the booths;
Martha Hart. Ruth Byers. Ada Conry,
Belle Cassell. Olive Crane, Celeste
Foulkes. Marlon Goes. Dorothy Hart.
Helen Hicks. Opal McDanlel, Irma Nel
son. Mildred pawiey and Genevieve
MV. and Mra. Alfred Niblin celebrated
their silver wedding Saturday, Decem
ber IS. at their home on the Section
Line road In the presence of relatives
and friends. Among those present were
Mrs. E. A. Kelly, mother of Mrs. Niblin:
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Kelly, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Peterson. Mrs. D. A.
Grout and Charles Niblin. Many beau
tiful presents of silverware were re
ceived from friends. Mr. and Mrs. Nib
lin were married on the Kelly home
stead farm 25 years ago and they have
lived tn that neighborhood ever since.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldstaub entertained
the M. B. A. Booster Club at their
residence on Tuesday evening. Music
and cards formed the entertainment
of the evening and later a Dutch sup
per was e.rvd. The guests were Mr.
ana jura. n. rv i-owcn, -Mrs. ii. t-rire,
Mrs. V. Fellow. Mrs. A. MrSherry. Mrs.
Harris. Mrs. B. Wheeler. F. P. Labbe.
W. J. Applegate. Harry Hanson. James
McSherry. Lee Applegate. John Price,
Mrs. W. C. Hare gave a luncheon
Thursday for the German department
of the Monday Musical Club. Mrs.
Nathan Harris, leader of the German
epartment. waa the guest of honor.
nd the club presented her with a
beautifully bound copy of Shubert'a
melodies as a testimonial of their
gratitude for hef services to the de
partment. The Daughters of the Confederacy
ill be entertained by Mrs. V. M. C
tlva next Thursday afternoon at the
home of her mother. Mrs. H. H. Duff,
t 13S North Twenty-second street, at
he corner of Hoyt street. The pro
gramme will be an interesting one.
All Southerners are Invited.
Mrs. WUliam K. Russell, of Rossmere.
was surprised with a house warming
last Thursday afternoon, and received
manr handsome gifts. At luncheon
covers were laid for II. Five Hundred
was the game of the afternoon. The
captured by - Mrs. Ray
The Crystal Club, under the man
agement of Mr. Neer and Mr. Mackey.
will give a social dance on Christmas
night and New Year's night In the
K. P. Hall. In the Baker building, on
Alblna and Killingsworth avenues.
Xamyenoh Club held Its fourth an
nual party in Christensen's Hall, Fri
day. Two hundred and thirty-four
couples were in the grand march.
Elaborate plans are made for the
Minuet Club's dances at Rlngler's Hall
Christmas evon-tng and New Y'ear's
evening. Christmas evening Santa Claus
will distribute favors to each dancer,
and New Year's evening all the extra
numbers will be women's choice, to cel
ebrate leap year custom. The commit
tee in charge consists of Misses Grace
Powell. Hazel Gurr. Olivia Ireland.
Harnett Washburn. Fay Haefer, Purcell
Flsliburne. Roberta J. Rlngler. M. M.
Rlngler, Lance Bell and Norman Whit
The Wihuja Club will hold Its
Christmas party In the Wigwam
(Woodcraft Hall I, Tuesday. The club
is making special preperations and a
Jolly good time is expected. These
parties are given the second and fourth
Tuesdays each month.
Camelia Social Club will entertain
with a Christmas party on Thursday
evening, December 25 at the West Side
Masonic Temple, for the pleasure of
Eastern Star members and their
friends. Cards and informal dancing
will be the order of the evening.
Before a bower of white rose buds
and palms In the large parlor of the
Portland Hotel, at 5:30 o'clock on
Wednesday, Miss Fanchon Schoen
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schoen
formerly of Seattle, but now of Port
land, became the bride of Henry E
Bernstein, of thin city. Four genera
tions attended the wedding dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bartuon. Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Schoen, Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Schoen and Master Nat Schoen.
The bride, who is a handsome bru
nette, was stunning in her robe of
Ivory satin elaborated with real lace
and further enhanced by tiny satin
rose buds and orange blossoms. Her
veil fell from beneath a lace Juliet
cap and she carried a shower bouquet
of lilies of the valley and orchids. Mrs.
Joseph Schoen, as matron of honor,
wore pink crepe meteor and carried an
arm bouquet of white chrysanthe
mums. The maid of honor. Miss May
Lawtelle, of Seattle, wore a chic crea
tlon of turquoise blue satin and carried
pink chrysanthemums. The two brides
maids. Miss Bessie Welxel. of Seattle,
and Miss Wanda Levlnson. of Portland,
were gowned in pink satin veiled with
white chiffon and trimmed with Irish
lace and tiny pink rose buds. These
costumes were completed by Juliet
caps of lace and Immense bouquets of
pink chrysanthemums. Miss Nona Bar
mon. as flower girl, wore white silva
cloth over pink crepe de chine and car
ried a basket of pink chrysanthemums.
The ushers were Milton Gumbert, Fred
Newton, Maurice Schoen and Harold
Levlnson. Joseph Schoen acted as
groomsman. The double ring service
was used. Rev. Jonah B. Wise offlclat-
ng. Master Nat Schoen was ring
A large reception was held at 1:10
o'clock. Out-of-town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Barmon, of Spo
kane. grandparents of the bride; Zah
Barmon and Miss Noma Barmon. of
Seattle: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barmon,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Barmon, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Welxel and Miss Bessie Welxel.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Schoen, Nat Schoen
and Mies May Lawtelle. of Boise, Ida
ho, and Mrs. Louis Stark.
After a honeymoon passed in can
fornia. Mr. and Mrs. Bernstein will be
at home February 1 at the Browne
One of the pretty events of the week
was the wedding solemnized in the
mountain home of Mr. and Mrs. 11. I
Smith, at Bridal Veil. Or.. December 20,
wnen their daughter. Miss Ella Ethel
was married to James L. cook, a young
business man of Bridal Veil. Rev. W.
T. Scott, of Salem. Or., performed the
ceremony. Miss Lucy Bene tasiman,
of Portland, played the wedding march.
while the bride entered the room on
the arm of her father.
The decorations used were ferns and
Oregon grape, with an Immense arch In
one corner, under which the bride
stood. The bride was beautifully
gowned In cream messallne, trimmed
with beads and marabou. Her veil was
caught up- with asparagus, fern and
carnations. Miss Kdna Mae Lindburg,
of Portland, an Intimate friend of the
bride, acted as bridesmaid. She wore
pale blu messaline, with gold and lace
trimmings, and carwied pink carnations.
The bridegroom waa attended by Ar
thur Smith, brother of the bride.
Only relatives and Intimate friends
present, among whom were Mr.
ar.d Mrs. R. T. Smith, Airs. w. smiin
ind 'son. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith.
from their Siletx homestead: Mr. and
Mrs. George Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Daw
son S. Smith, of Bridal Veil: Harold and
Winnie Smith. Frank M. Smith, uncle
of the bride: Rev. XV. T. Scott and wife,
of Salem: K. H. Thompson. Miss Lucy
Belle Eastman, of Portland, and Miss
Edna Lindburg, of Portland.
After the ceremony a wedding sup
per was served. The table was taste
Mrs. Cook is the daughter of a
wealthy farmer who has resided at
PRETTY PORTLAND GIRI MAR
RIED, Will, LIVE IX
Mlaa Edith Coefcraa.
A. J. Hockinson and Miss Edith
Cochran were married in the
chapel of the First Divine Truth
Church Tuesuay evening. Rev.
Thaddeus Mtnard officiating. A
large assembly of relatives and
friends witnessed the wedding.
The bride wore a chic costume of
white serge, cut on severe lines,
and carried a bouquet of lilies of
Mr. and Mrs. Hockinson will
make their home In Sellwood.
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VERY GREAT AND SWEEPING REDUCTIONS
During the Coming Week in All Staple
and Fancy Wares and Particularly
in Our Art and Picture Departments
Bridal Veil more than 20 years, going
there from Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Cook departed for a
brief honeymoon. They will be at home
after New Year's to their friends In
their new bungalow at Bridal Veil.
The handsome home of Mrs. Zenalde
Meyers on Williams avenue was the
scene of an attractive wedding Wed
nesday evening, when her only daugh
ter. Myrtle Agnes Nichols, became the
bride of Wllford Beekman Cole. The
ceremony was read by Rev. W. C. Kant
ner at an altar of palms and white
chrysanthemums arranged in the drawing-room.
The bride was given In
marriage by her mother. Her bridal
bouquet was of bride's roses. The
bride's attendant. Miss Agnes Con
withs. wore an exquisite white lace
gown and carried an arm bouquet of
Great masses of white carnations
and palms decorated the entire house.
The bridegroom was attended by J.
Stanley Clemence. Only relatives and
Intimate friends witnessed the cere
mony, after which a reception was
held and wedding supper served. Many
beautiful gowns were In evidence. Mrs.
Meyers, mother of the bride, was dis
tinguished in a gown of black velvet
worn with a handsome diamond neck
lace. Mr. Cole is a former Chicago
man, but has been a resident, oi i-ori-
land for the past two years. He is a
prominent Elk, also a member of the
Commercial and Press clubs. Mr. and
Mrs. Cole will be at home at 1034
Williams avenue, after January 20.
CH EH ALLS. Wash., Dec. 23. (Spe
cial.) The society event of the Christ
mas season was the marriage last even-
ng of Daniel A. Miillett, of Gila Bend,
Ariz., and Miss Ruth Dickson, of this
city. Bishop Frederick W. Keator, of
Tacoma, officiated, assisted by Rev.
Denham H. Quinn, of the Episcopal
Church here. Gardner W. Millett, of
New York Citj-, was best man and his
sister, Mrs. E. A. Frost, of Chehalis,
was matron of honor. Following the
ceremony a wedding least was servcu
at the home of the bridegroom s
mother, Mrs. Kate C. Millett. Mr. ana
Mrs. Millett took a wedding trip to
Portland. Later they will make their
home near Gila Bend, where Mr. Mil
lett Is engaged extensively in the
stock business. The bridegroom Is a
son of the late Daniel C. Millett, for
merly a well-known Chehalis attor
ney. The brides father was ior years
oastor of the Episcopal Church of Che
halls, until his death a few months ago.
Chester Lewis and Miss Lizzie
SDeer were married Thursday evening,
December 14, at the home of the bride's
cousin. Mrs. W. D. Freeman, 1142 Ells
worth street. Rev. Mr. Wlney oinciating.
The house was decorated for the oc
casion with chrysanthemums, Oregon
grape and ferns. About 40 relatives
and friends were present. The bride
wore a handsome gown of white mes
sallne. elaborated with bead trimming.
Her veil was held In place with a
wreath of orange blossoms, and she
carried a bouquet of white carnations.
Miss Lou Speer. as bridesmaid, was at
tired In pale blue chiffon and carriea
nink carnations. Walter Lewis, a
brother of the bridegroom, was best
man. After the wedding supper Mr.
a-d Mrs. Lewis went directly to their
home at Russellville, Or.
A pretty wedding took place last
Thursday evening at the home of Sir.
and Mrs. D. Simons, at 104 East Seventy-sixth
street, in Montavilla. when
their daughter,' Miss Rena E. Tycer, be
came the bride of Harold F. Mangold,
i of Tacoma. A large assemblage of
j relatives and friends attended the cere
Miss Ella Johnson was bridesmaid
and Charles E. Stevens acted as grooms
man. Rev. Harold Oberg was the offi
The house was artistically decorated
with Oregon grape and ferns. After the
ceremony a wedding supper was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Mangold went Immedi
ately to Tacoma, where they will make
their future home.
George M. Hunt, of Berkeley, Cal.,
and Miss Alma E. Hales, of this city,
were married Wednesday morning. De
cember 19. at the Taylor-Street Meth
odlct Episcopal Church at 9 o'clock, the
pastor. Dr. Benjamin Younsr. perform
ing the ceremony. Mr. Hunt is a
chemist in the employ of the Govern
ment Forestry Service. Miss Hales
is membership secretary of the Y. W.
C. A. of this city and Is very popular
with all her associates. The young
couple will make their home in Berke
Norman A. Ely and Miss Eva Law
rence were married Wednesday after
noon at the White Temple. Rev. W. B.
Hinson officiating. The wedding was
a quiet affair, owing to the recent
death of the bride's sister. The bride
Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. B.
Lawrence, of Lents, formerly of Wood
burn. After a wedding trip of a month in
California. Mr. and Mra. Ely will be
at home temporarily at the Portland
.M Kckell-Haw ley.
A pretty wedding was solemnized at
the studio of Mrs. Alice B. Marshall.
Columbia building, on Tuesday after
noon. Miss Jennie L. Hawley became
the bride of Eddy I'. Mitchell. Rev.
H. C. Marshall read the marriage ser
vice In the presence of a few relatives
of the bride and bridegroom. 2&r.
Imported Leather Novelties
Art Brass and China
Cut Glass Opera Glasses
Arts and Crafts Novelties
Mitchell is .a business man of Sea
Harry II. Campbell and Miss Irene
Locke were united In marriage by the
Rev. J. J. Staub, D. D., at the parson
age of the Sunnyside Congregational
Church, Wednesday noon, December 20.
- Samuel Percival Cathro and Miss
Agnes Elizabeth Findlay were married
in the First Congregational Church, on
Wednesday. Dr. Luther R. Dyott of
William Gundlach and Miss Lillian
McCanty were married In the First
Congregational Church on Wednesday.
Dr. Luther R. Dyott ortlciaung.
A. G. Ross and' Miss Sibyl Monroe
were married Wednesday by Dr. Luther
R. Dyott, In the First Congregational
Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Adams have Is
sued invitations for the marriage of
their daughter, Estella May, and Clyde
H. Carpenter, which will take place,
December 25, at their home at 466 Leo
avenue at S o'clock F. M.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Gevurtz announce the
engagement of their daughter Lillian
to Mr. Sanford Charles Brant. At borne
Monday, January 1, and Wednesday,
Janurry 3. 2 to 5 P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. James McHolland and
children have moved to Los Angeles.
Miss Gertrude Lesser has as her
guest, Miss Anita Rhine, of San Fran
cisco, Mr. Sol Baum and family will leave
Portland soon for the South, where they
expect to pass the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Vanduyn left
Thursday to pass the holidays in San
Francisco and Los Angeles.
Mrs. J. C. Foley and daughter Helen,
of San Francisco, are passing the holi
days as the guests of Mrs. V. McCul
lough, of this city. "
Mrs. Webb Campbell, and her daugh
ter, Miss Zerene Hamilton, left Tuesday
to pass the Winter in California.
Mrs. N. Wed and daughter, accom
panied by Dr. Sandford Wed. left
Portland for the South last week.
Miss Edith Claren and Miss Con
stance Moore, University of California
students, are home for the holidays.
Miss Ruth Buckley, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Buckley, is home for
the holidays from the University of
The Misses Ginsberg, of Sacramento,
Cal., are the guests of their sister, Mrs.
Herman Klaber, at the Highland Court,
for the holidays.
Miss Rose Marie Ginty is passing
the holidays with Miss Zepherine Mur
phy in the latter's mountain home, j
Miss Maud Hatfield and Miss Laura
Hanson have left Chicago and are visit
ing relatives in Fostoria, O., where they
will pass the holidays.
Mrs. Ella Bybee, Miss Julia Bybee
and Miss Nellie Mclnnis, went to Salem
last week as Christmas guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. N. Gilbert.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer G. Wendling are
receiving congratulations from their
many friends over the birth of a nine
pound boy on December 14, 1911.
Mrs. Amanda McHolland and daugh
ter, Miss Ophia McHolland, formerly
of Portland, but now of Los Angeles,
are entertaining a house party during
Miss Susan Wertheimer, who has
been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ben
jamin Latz, at the Highland Court, for
the past month, left for jher home in
Los Angeles last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Courtright are
now registered at the Congress Hotel,
Chicago, on their way to Detroit and
iiay city. Alien., lor a noiiaay visit
with Mr. Courtrlght's parents.
Mrs. V. P. Fiske is down from
Dallas for the week-end and is at the
Imperial. She is accompanied by her
daughter. Miss Buena Fiske, who is
returning from a visit at Tacoma.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Latz have
given up their apartment in the High
land Court, and left Portland for iew
York last Monday. They will journey
bj- way of San Francisao and New
Orleans, and will sail for Europe in
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journ for a year.
Mrs. Emma Humphreys Morgan, who
has spent the past month in Washing
ton. D. C, visiting relatives and friends,
left Washington for the South Decem
ber 14, where she will pass the Winter.
Mrs. Frelinghisen Holden. of Taco
ma, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lelajid
Cook, at 31 East Eleventh street north.
Ralph Rudolph, of Philadelphia, is
a house guest for the holidays of Mr.
and Mrs. Loring S. Carter.
. The Masses Hazel and Ruth Ralston
returned to Portland, from the Univer
sity of California last week to pass the
holidays with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. O. Ralston. They will return
to Berkeley January 12. Mr. and Mrs.
Lonner Ralston, Jr., of Kalama, Wash.,
are also passing the holidays with their
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