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THE SUNDAY QKSCiOSIAy. FOKTLAXP. MAY 26. 1912. . 3
SOCIAL EVENTS OF PAST WEEK
OOKTETOED FROM PAGE 3.
Or;on Cltr horn. Th handaom.
parlor wer. d-oratl In pink rose
and snowball. Thli waa tha l!th party
glran br th. Kriday N'la-nt Hrtdg. Club,
and. bin- tn. lat on. of tba year. th
mioD prizes wr awarded. Tho r
rrlTtns tha prisea wera: Mr. Theo
dora Osmund. Mra Henry CTMaUey and
Wt Fannie I'orter.
Tho. present at tha affair ware:
Mr. C I'- Latourette. Mrs. C H.
MeUsner. Mrs. H. K. H-ndry. Mrs K.
T. Arisen. Mill Kannl O. I'orter. Miss
Ka:a I. Toner. Ml.- Theodore Oenjund.
Mrs. Edward Krhwsh. Mrs. H. B. Moody.
Mrs. K. I'. Kanda. Mrs. Henry o'Malley.
Vd. K. XV. Creeman. Mla Nell ''
f.eld. Miss Vera Canfleld. Mi Bain
aad Mrs. Thoiras Charroan.
Mr. and Mrs. lavH Henry Smith
a-K-.l ueta to moke, up four tables of
-i0 ' Wednesday evenlnc. compliment
Ins; Miss Uertrude Uerstel. of Burns,
or. Mls Oerstel Is vlsltlns; her sister.
.Vri Louis ik-hwartx. Card honors fell
ti Mrs. Schwnrta and August Gerstel.
Ked roses decorated the llvjn;-room
and In tha d!n!nic-room tha table was
attractive w"h a banket of Carolina
Tesiout and La Franca roses. Thosa
who played were Mr. and Mrs. William
Fdward Lederwod. Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Snow. Mr. and Mrs. August
Gersiel. Mr. and Mrs. Scnwartx. Mrs.
rtwearinren Miss Uerstel. Mla Myrtla
tSwenniren. Ralph Brackett. Fred -ner
Oscar Smith and Mr. and Mra
Tha W. T. O'Brien homa on tha Llnn
ton road was the scene of an attraettya
party Monday avanlna; when hla dausn
ters. tha Misses M-bel and France
wera hostesses. Their ttuet motored
out and the avenlnir was passed In
playlna- "Sou." Honor fell to Ml Lo
reta Qutnn and Bart Gleaon. Later
aupper wa served on the porch, which
was Illuminated with numerou Japan
ese lantern buns; to a lar Japaaeea
umbrella. Kiceeulnirly dainty card
marked place for Mts Ane Corcoran.
Mtsa l.oreta Qulnn. Miss Carmel Sulli
van. Mis Mary Monks. Miss Mabel and
Frances O'Brien. Blalna Derer. Bert
r.'.eason. Alfred O'Brien. Frank Mayer.
Roitr lieufert and Ed Corcoran.
On Wednesday .renin at her homa
a linen hower wa alven to Mis Ber
nlca Bessla Mlnar. who I oon to ba
cotra the wife of Frank A. Orcott. of
North Taklma. Wash. Many beautiful
and useful linen sift wera a-len.
Amon those present wera tha Mlsse
Florence Qulnbr. Blrdlo Waldt. Edith
I.yla. Velma Lyle. Mcrcaret Harmon.
Irene Harmon. Fearl X. Fowler. Irl
Panforth. Ethel Danforth. Ethel Mc
Clure. Haael Mlnar. Mra. E. M. La Fol
lette. Mrs. W. C. McClure. Mr. James
1-arwood. Mrs. Les Dlmond. Mrs. Cora.
I Kllton. Mr. Huh T. Foy. Mr. W.
W Mlnar and Mrs. Earl Mlnar.
The social and literary meetlnr of
the Toterle- wa held at EHera music
hall Wednesday. May IS. A paper on
"Aerial Navigation" - waa read by Mrs.
Coovert. Two Instrumental number
wera a-lven by Mr. Fhea. and a vocal
solo br Mra. ttlfton. a paper on "Soma
Biological Asrects of Sociology" - wa
read br Miss Wold, of tha State Equal
Suffrage Association. 'Later luncheon
we erfed at the Haselwood. Mra.
Salmon, a member who has been pa
Ing some tlma In Australia and New
Zealand, made some Interesting re.
marks about the two countries.
On of tha most successful affair
of last week was the Annual Prome
nade given by tha Junior, and nlor
r:ae of the Allen ITeparatory School
Friday nlcnt at the Masonic Temple.
More than J"4 guest wera present. Tba
"executive committee waa composed of
K'jle Lee Josephine Lane. Madge
Nl' kum. Norman Flska. Xavler clerln.
Edgar Wrlglii. and Herbert Kad
drrly. Tha patronenses were Mrs.
Urorge II. Learned. Mrs. Oreenbury W.
Allen. Mrs. John J. Kadderly. Mrs.
Halph K. Lee. Mrs. J. Frank Barrett.
Mrs. Joseph M. NUkum. Mrs. Itlchard
T. Dabney and Mrs. I'hlllp L Moula.
Tha Tythlan Sister Chrysanthemum
Club met at the home of Mra. Alnilra
Jenkins, on Hoyt ireet. last Friday af
ternoon and played 00. afier which a
social hour was iased and refresh
ments aerved. Mrs. Steepy won tha
prtie. Thosa present were: Mr. Erd
ner. Mr. Harold. Mrs. Baker. Mr. Hill.
Mr. Wagner. Mrs. Douglas. Mrs. Ber
ry. Mrs. Loon. Mrs. Anderson. Mr.
Sleepy. Mr. Puma. Mrs. Klnsey. Mrs.
Umtr, Mrs. Jenkins. Tha women will
meet with Mrs. Ida Warren. Oak drove,
on May 31. Take Oregon City car.
At tlia Multnomah Hotel Thursday
evening a bamiuet was tendered to tha
Portland start of tha Prudential Insur
ance Company, by the home office offi
cial. There were present some
agent. 10 assistant superintendent and
their frlenda. John Pauer. superintend
ent of tha local territory, ill toastrnaa.
ter and Introduced M. K. Jornaon. of
Newark. N. J., who represented tha
company. Short talks wera made by
TPr. Alan Welch Smith, representing
the medical staff: Charles Preston and
ethers. After the banquet a business
meeting wa held.
Miss IjicII Mason celebrated her
fifth birthday on Tuesday. May II. at
tne homa of her parents la Haasalo
street In Laure'.hurst. Carries and
music formed tha entertainment of tha
afternoon. Tha children present ware:
Dorothy Ward. Elizabeth Spurlock.
Francis Chambers. Marlon Buebkt.
Mary Wilson. Elma and Iwls Kuep
pell. Virginia and Philip Manning.
Elisabeth and Donald Fletcher. Harold
Dawson. Irving Jaggar. Robert Fones,
Genevieve wil.lams. Lurli Mason.
A pretty Five Hundred party wa
held last Thureuay afternoon at tht
homa of Mrs. H. G. Strayer. of Rosa
City Park, In henor of Mra. Freberg.
who leave June 1 for an extended visit
In Europe, Tha house wa decorated
In Scotch broom, daisies and roses. Tha
following guests were present: Mrs.
Freberg. Mrs 8. L. Eddy. Mrs. C. A.
Brandes. Mra. J. II. Brown. Mrs. H. P.
Cloyes. Mrs. Sam Fenny. Mrs. Cresslck.
Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Oreen. Mrs. Cuslck.
Mrs. Will Brandt and Mrs. E. J. Mann,
e e e
Miss Ellen Harris entertained on
Thursday eve.ilng In honor of Mrs.
Ollv Craft, of Loulavllle. Ky. Several
vo.-aI olos by Professor McFall. Mr.
Fdward Herring and Miss Florenc
KUtskte were greatly appreciated Glee
songs given by tha Pacific Mala Quar
tet wera an enjoyable feature of .
t-enlng. Those present were: Mis
Marie Stathr. Miss Haze: Jarvla. Miss
i.lvtis and the Misses -la and Pearl
Jocnsoa and K. c Cine. G. Clevenger.
D Ma.ior.ey and Kay and Bob Harris.
Miss Marguerite Madden, a June
brt.ie-elect. was complimented last
wjk: with a linen shower given by
M: Pearl Hrrshey. After an enjoy
able evening, wit music as the enter
taining feature, light refreshments
were served. Those present wera Mrs
M.ii:.:. Mrs. J. W M:i:. Mrs. L. Mar
sni Mrs. A. A. H, Mrs. Crlmmins.
Mrs. T. G. Mad-len. Misses Elinor
Mann. Nan Mann. Helen S illivin. Laura
Wher. J ! Trlbot. Tlllle Graven.
Ame ia Jr.-s. O ne Mills. Marguerite
Ma.len and Pearl llers.iry.
T:.e Walking C'.tf of the Michigan
S-cietv of Oregon enjoyed their firat
long tramp Kri-lsv evening. The mem
bers, in number, wa.ked from the
and of the Mount Tabor Una to Gray
Crossing, en tha Mount Scott Una. Neat I
IAI.KM DOT TO CiRADlATE
FROSI A.tPOLU NAVAL
V " " if
Tboasaa Leigh Catek.
In tha commencement exrcle
at the United State Naval Acad
emy at Annapolis on June 7. Ore
gon will ba repreented by Thom
as Lnlgh Gatch, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Oaud Gatch, formerly of
Salem, now of Berkeley. CaL
Young Gatch was born In Salem
August . 1891. He attended tha
Willamette University and the
State University at Eugene. Ha
was appointed to the Naval
Academy by Congressman Haw
ley In 108. Tha young man Is a
grandson or Dr. O. P. 8. Plum
mer. who ha been a resident of
Portland for the past. year.
Hla paternal grandfather la Dr.
T. M. Gatch. of Seattle, formerly
president of the Oregon Agri
cultural College and of tha Uni
versity of Washington. Mr. and
Mra. Claud Gatch lived for many
year In Salem, moving to Berke- .
ley laat Spring. Young Gatch
haa been assigned to the cruiser
Maryland, now stationed at Mare
Island, and probably will visit
Portland this Summer.
Friday evening tha club will meet at
:10 at tha end of the Woodstock line.
L. Brubaker will act as guide. Tha
Michigan Society of Oregon Is planning
to organize a riding club,
Mr. A. M. Worth, of C7 East Stark
street, waa aurprlsed pleasantly laat
Thursday when a number of her friends
who have known her for about 20
yeara called and tendered her their con
gratulation In honor of her seventieth
birthday, along with a cut glass vaae
filled with ca. nation. Mr. Worth I
the daughter of ti e late Dr. Geary, a
pioneer clergyman of thla atate. The
guests who cal'.ed were: Mra A." Had
ley. Mra W. H. Markell. Mrs. Klnsey.
Mrs. Charelaon. Mra E. M. Walt. Mra
S. P. Garrlgdes. Mra A. Kerr, Mra Wil
son BenenVI. Mra R. Ewlng. Mra L
Chambers Mra Settlemler. Mrs. P. A.
Marray. Mra W. Johnson. Mr. O. A.
Rockwell. Mra P. A. Spenc and Mra
M. C. Bayer.
Monday evening. May SO. the young
ladle of the Waverly-RI-hmong Liter
ary Club met at the home of Miss Mar
garet Smith. 44 East f'hlrty-slxth
street. Tha study of the Ufa of Henry
Wadsworth, Longfellow wss taken up.
The members than undertook the
matter of closing the work of the club
year and making arrangements for
their first annual banquet.
A reception wa given Rev. Dr. and
Mrs E. Benson by the congregation
of Trinity Presbyterian Church on Mon
day evening. An Interesting pro
gramme waa given and refreshments
were served. Dr. Benson was pastor
of the First Presbyterian Church In
Brooklyn. Iowa, for S3 yeara He
cam to Portland recently.
Mlsa Helen Sullivan waa hostess last
week at a miscellaneous shower given
for Miss Marguerite Madden, a June
bride-elect. After a pleasant evening
spent with games and music, a light
luncheon waa served. Those present
were Mlsse Marguerite Madden. Pearl
Hershey. Mae Cousins Ethel Dickenson.
Margaret Ray, Martha Jensma, Flor
ence Sullivan and Helen Sullivan,
e e e
Mrs W. W. Kern wa hostess yester
day for a party of little folk at the
Orpheum matinee. Her guest were:
Dolphin Hosenfeld. Madlne Frleden
thal. Dorothy- Kerns Virginia Thatch
er. Leslie Kerns Richard Martin. Jack
Holdrn. Arthur Mlchener. Frank Mich
ener and Edgar Mlchener.
Mrs Phllo Holbrook. Sr waa hostess
at luncheon Wednesday, complimenting
Mra John Studebaker Welch, of Kan
sas City. Mo. The- table wa centered
with a graceful arrangement of laven
der sweet peaa and corsage bouquets
of the am flower marked the covera
The Ma. tolia "S00" Club wa enter
tained Wedneday afternoon at the rea.
Mence of Mra John Charlea Foley. The
fortunate contestant was Mrs. Charles
Calvin Llghtfoot. The neit meeting of
tha club will ba at tha residence of
Mra Charlea Morris Fowler.
On Thursday evening a $00 party waa
given by Mrs. F. D. Haines 240 East
Twenty-econd treet. In honor of Mr.
and Mra Richard Marten, who will de
part for Europe In tha near future.
Mra F. J. Maine waa hostess at a
"500" party Thursday night, compli
menting Mr. and Mra Richard Martin,
who will leave Portland for Europe
. i- . j - -
Woman's Club at Dallas Or, on May
by Mrs W. Wynn Johnion. was "June
McMillan ordway, the Oregon Poetess
. .fr.lr of nevt week wl'l
be tha dance and card party Tuesday
t v . iv.n k St Ann's Charitable no.
riety at Masonic Tempts The organi
sation, which -1 the second oldest In
the cltr. was founded 10 yeara ago at
the old St. Vincent' Hospital on
Twelfth and Marshall streets, by tha
lata Archbishop Seaghers The society
Is non-sectarian and Its charities are
far-reaching. There are active mem-
prii ail ' 1 " ' j " - .. . - .---.. - . -
err second Thursday In the month. They
give one -rty a year, on the anniver
sary of the organisation. The charter
members In the city are: Mra. M. Zan.
Mra Jamea Lot an. Mra J. F. Shea, Mra
Anna Petraln. Mra J. F. Freeman. Mra
J. Wiley. Mrs. David M. Dunne. Mra
Raleigh Stott. Mra James C- Laid law.
Mrs P. J. Cronan, Mrs J. Klosterman
and Mrs R. liars Mrs John Raliegb,
of New York, was the first president,
and Mrs. C. M. McGinn, of Los Angeles
one of tha charter members. The offic
ers are: Mrs. P. J. Flynn. president; Mrs
F. Zimmerman, vlce-presfjent : Mlsa
Emma Campen. secretary, and Mrs
Isaao Lawler. treasurer. Tha patron
esses will be: Mra M. Zan. Mra J.
Lotan. Mrs J. R. Wiley. Mra P. J
Flynn. Mrs. J. F. Shea. Mrs J. A. Free
man. Mrs. D. Dunne. Mrs J. W. Watson.
Tha floor committee will consist of
Mrs J. P. O'Brien. Mrs K. A. Wyckoff.
Mrs. D. J Maher. Mrs. F. Kleman. Mrs.
L. Hodler. Mrs. D. J. McGUL Mrs. T. J.
Seufert. Mrs M. W. Daly. M. J. Lvnch.
D. J. Maher. E. Clary. D. J. McGUL T.
F. Hulme. J. Jacobberger and T. Monks
The first annual convention of the
Oregon State Grand Chapter. P. E. O..
sisterhood, will be held this week in
the church of Our Father, corner Yam
hill and Seventh streets - The event
of the convention will be as follow:
Informal reception on Monday evening.
May ST. at the home of Mrs Lawrence
Holbrook. 474 Broadway: regular ses
sions of meeting Tuesday, May it. at
the church, with formal reocpUon In
the evening at the home of Mrs C. R
Davis. -727 Schuyler street; and regu
lar sessions again on Wednesday at the
church. Mrs Samuel Shaw Park, of
Chicago, supreme president of P. E. O.,
and Mr. Louise W. Moore, of bpogane.
president of Washington State Grand
chanter will he in attendance at all
sessions Luncheon on Tuesday will
be served at the Hazelwood and on
Wednesday In the Arcadian garden at
the Hotel Multnomah.
Mrs Anton Gelbisch will entertain the
Portland Shakespeare Study Club at
her home. 7i Halsey street. Monday.
Mv "7. The dramatic department of
tha club will present "Henry the
Eighth." Leave Broadway car at East
Chapter A, P. E. O, will be enter
tained by Mra J. Archibald Stewart
at Alexandra Court on .iionaay aiier-
noon. May 22.
e e e
The Ladle' Guild of the Pro-Cath
fll s.lnr Bt,nhni the Martyr w
give a tea at the home of Mra Her
bert Holman. 787 Overton street, or
Friday. May tl. from 2 to 5.
Mr. Jean Cllne and Mrs Arthur Cal-
lan have aent out Invitations lor
bridge party on Wednesday. May !9, at
the Summer home of Mrs Cllne on the
Dr. Carl Julius Hoffman, formerly
of Portland, and Miss Ethel May Ger
dlng. daughter of Mr. and Mrs E. A.
Oerding. of Astoria, were married last
Thursday evening at the borne of the
brides parents In tiieventn street.
Astoria Rev. Van Kossen, of the First
Methodist Church, read the service In
the presence of a few relatives and
frlenda Decoratlona or wnne roses,
sweet briar and Scotch broom were
use! throughout the rooms. The bride,
who wa given in marriage by her
father, waa gowned in white measa-
llns cut en train and elaborated with
lace. Her tulle veil fell from beneath
a Juliet ciD and ahe carried a ahower
bouquet of brides' rose and lilies of
the valley. Miss Nellie Geraing. sis
ter of the brlds waa maid or honor,
and Dr. J. W. McCullom. of Portland,
acted as beat man. After the cere
monr a buffet luncheon was served
Miss Annie Power presided at the
table In the dining-room, assisted by
Miss Esther Gearhart and Miss Georgia
Ekstrom. Out of town guests who at
tended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs
H. F. C Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs Fred
erick Hoffman. Miss Lea iiinsport. air.
and Mrs F. J. Wyatt Mr. and Mrs J
C Herman, all of Portland, and Lieu
tenant and Mrs L. B. Chambers, of
Dr. and Mra Hoffman will pass their
honeymoon In Europe, and will sail
from New Tork May 30. on tne naiser
Ine Augusta Victoria On their return
they will make their homa at Wood
land. Wash. They will be at home af
ter January 1.
One of the prettiest home wedding
of the week waa that of Mis Anna
Louise Schoppe and Alfred John Cor
mack, which took place Wednesday
evening at the Broadway home of the
bride's father. Fred Albert Schoppe.
The bride was charming In her gown
of white voile, cut en train, ana
trimmed with rare Cluny lacs Her
veil of tulle was held In place with
orange bloasoms and she carried a
shower bouquet of bride s roses
Her bridesmaid. Mlsa Julia slmpaon,
of Spokane, wore pink with an arm
bouquet of pink roses Mr. noy iennu
bauer waa best man.
Preceding the ceremony "Because'
was sung by Miss Verna Smith, accom
panled by-Miss Lottie Banfleld. "Lahen
gren'a Wedding March" wa played by
Miss Myrtle Hansen. The Impressive
marriage service was read by tne Kev.
Henrv Narrotte. of Westminster Pres
byterian Church, In the presence of
relative and intimate menas. ine
ring used wa the wedding ring of the
bride' mother. Following the wedding
a large reception wa held.
The Schoppe home was beautifully
decorated with mllax and roses for
tha occasion. In the living-room and
the library, where the bridal party re
ceived their friends the color scheme
was green and whits while In the dining-room
were massed large bouquets
of pink roses.
Mr. and Mra Cormack left the same
evening for a short trip and will be
at home to their friends after July 1
at ttt Misourl avenue, where their
pretty bungalow 1 rapidly nearlng
On of the noteworthy weddings of
the past week waa that of Barbara
Burnett Belt and Phillip Richard Fen
dalL Jr, which took place Sunday
evening. May 19. at the Wlllamlna
home of the bride's parent. Mr. and
Mrs J. D. Belt. The impressive ring
service wa read at 7:30 In tha pres
ence of relatlvea and Intimate friends
of the young couple. Just preceding
the ceremony the bride sang I Love
You Truly." The bride waa charming
in chiffon over cream messallna and
carried a shower bouquet of white car
nationa. She waa unattended. Tha Belt
residenco was elaborately decorated for
the occaalon. In the drawing-room
white carnation and malndenhalr fern
were effective and the entrance hall
waa banked with beautiful ferns The
color scheme of the dining-room waa
pink and whit, a huge bowl of pink
carnation cantered the tabls The
bride la the second daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Belt and la prominent in mu
sical circles Mr. Fendall Is the oldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Fendall. Sr..
of Wlllamlna They will be at homa
on the Fendall ranch to their many
friends after May 29.
One of the notable weddings of the
month was that of William I". Clarke,
of Astoria and Mrs Florins Anderaon.
of Portland. The wedding was solemn
ized at the residence of Mrs P. Mor
ton. 40 East Thirty-ninth street, on
Thursday evening. May 2. Tha rooms
were prettily decorated with cut flow
ers Oregon ferns and foliage, and the
ceremony took place beneath a bower
of Oregon dogwood and ferna Rev.
John Henry CudllfT officiated. Mr.
Clarke la a prominent young business
man of Astoria while the bride Is a
popular young society woman of Port
land, and a daughter of the late Mra
M. B. Lofton, formerly of Atlanta. Gs
Only relatlvea and frlenda of the fam
ily were present at the ceremony. Af
ter a light luncheon Mr. and Mrs
Clark took their departure for As-
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Store the Best Place to
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that every taste in tonal quality, construction and style can be pleased. Nor
is this simply a. salesroom. On. the contrary, we know every piano we sell
and guarantee it so that each is backed by the reputation, of the West's
greatest music house.
All this holds good whether your purchase be the paramount Mason & Hamlin art grand or the
splendid little upright, which we sell on easy payments for only $195. .
Come! We don't want you to buy so much as we want you to see.
Come if it's only to enjoy some good music.
A Large and Complete Piano Renting Department
Also Headquarters for the Victor Department
Famous Angelus Player Piano First Floor
Bargains in Wareroom and Other Used Pianos
torla. where they will make their
. f the home of
. . . . i vf-- w TV Carter.
40$ Ross street, occurred the wedding
of Miss Edythe Carter and Louis A.
Kschle. The ceremony wa performed
by the Rev. A. M. Breck. of St Mat
thew' Kplicopal Church. The bridal
party stood under a white wedding
KAvn rnliimnl eomDOsed of
Den auu - -
white roses, carnatlona and Oregon
grapa The oriae s gown i
, , ..-ii. mnA she carried a
shower bouquet of brides' roses and
lilies of the valley, mi
wa maid of honor, and the bridesmaids
a i . TVinmngnn And Mi S3
Freda Boehl. Frank Reiner acted a
best man. Mlsi liinei
am. . aw marrh f rom LolienKrln.
UID " CUUIUB a.. . .
In cutting the cake the ring fell to
Miss Emma ODiasser. airs. r. ,
hn.ii the button, while Mrs. Car
ter received the thimble. After a short
wedding trip Mr. ana mra hkhi.
make their home In Portland.
. v..-v.i Mr.. Marsraret
Heffernan were united In marriage
i at st. frvs nhurch.
Jlieaua iiiu. iia, - " -
Wllliama avenue and Stanton street.
Rev. W. A. Daly officiating. After the
ceremony breakfast was served at the
home of the bride to a number of rel
atives and frlenda in tne anemoou
reception was held, Mr. Chlsholm Is
wen anown u - :
Northwest. Mrs. Chlsholm has long
been connected witn ou i""
.. w- r-Kl.hnlm vllt he at home
Mr. a u u vi ' . ............. .....
to their friends at SOS Fourth street
.fter June 1.
. . i rh.mk..1iln TVMdden. son Of
Mr. and Mra William M. Whidden. and
vi.a icajiia T. Yarborousrh. of San
Francisco, were married Wednesday,
May 15. at tne x-ro-ioeui.
Franoisco. by Bishop 1 F. Nlchola
A. C. WBiaom na a i
lear Los Angeles, where he has lived
for the past year and a nan. mt.
Whidden spent several day wnn nis
parent at the Hotel Bt Francis. San
Jam F. William and Miss Florence
i. I .amon were married last Saturday
t 1140 Oay street. Rev. J. Bowersox
fflclated. Those present at the wed
ding were Benjamin F. Larsen, oromer
of the bride. Mis Jesle west, auss
Sylvia Murphy and W. E. Armstrong.
Mr and Mra Williams are at nome at
11S Kaat Kllllngswortn avenue.
e ?t . .- anil Mlsa Lrda MaV
Richardson were married last Sunday
.t 1140 uay street. -.
fflclated. Mr. and Mra Howard are
at home to their irienoa aw am u
r .......- nf thfe rltv and Miss
w .. tt . .i nf uiiiaboro were mar
ried at the Centenary Methodist par
sonage, on Sunday atternoon at
'clock. Rev. jjeimer n. inmon ol-
flclated. The bride, who was deputy
-. i n tt... rniml. f" 1 ,rlr had
in tne ui 'ILD " " '
the unusual privilege of writing her
own weaamg -iicenoo.
Is an electrician under Government ap
pointment to Honoiuiu. t
A oretty wedding wa that of E. E.
Howard and Mlsa Laura B. Darrah at
the tiome of C. H. Squires. B04 East
tlna street. Wednesday evening. May
J, at S:S0 o'clock. Rev. Delmer H.
Trimble D. D- performed the wedding
ceremony In the presence of a few
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A prety wedding took place Wednes
day evening when May Credwln Barnes
became the wife of Richard D. Elliott
at the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Barnes. 642 Prescott
streets. Miss Ruby Haas acted as
bridesmaid and Charles Falkloner as
James H. Carothers and Miss Ethel
R. Shephard, both of Portland, were
married May 21 at 8:30 P. M. at the
Congregational parsonage. University
Park, Rev. W. C. Kantner officiating.
The couple will make their home In
Clarence A. White and Miss Ella
Jones were married at the First Bap
tist Church Sunday, May 19, by Rev.
W. B. Hinson.
Walter Hlatt and Miss Dora Ben
nick were married at the First Bap
tist Church Monday afternoon. May 20,
by Rev. W. B. Hinson.
Robert E. Foley, of Hood River. Or.,
and Miss Mary Gerard were married at
the First Baptist Church Monday aft
ernoon. May 20. by Rev. W. B. Hinson.
Victor O. Lengacher and Miss Mar-
zella Z. Hencher were married Wednes
day evening, May 22, at the First Bap
tist Church by Rev. W. B. Hinson.
Robert W. Myers and Miss Hazel
Chapman Maxwell were married at the
First Baptist Church Wednesday even
ing. May 22, by Rev. W. B. Hinson.
Harry Adam Imboden and Mis Let
tie M- Bowmaster were married at the
Whit Temple Tuesday, May 7. by Rev.
W. B. Hinson.
Ernest Warren Lowe and Miss Bes
sie Louise Ritchie were married at the
White Temple Tuesday, May 7, by Rev.
W. B. Hinson.
Raleigh H. Carman and Miss Lucia
B. Batcheller were married at the
White Temple Wednesday, May 8, by
Rev. W. B. Hinson.
Frank Llnggl and Miss Maud Gar
ner were married at the White Tem
ple Thursday afternoon. May 9, by Rev.
W. B. Hinson.
Mr. and Mra Thomas Hall, of Gervals,
Or., announce the engagement of their
second daughter. Miss Mame Florence,
to Clyde Cutsforth, of Gervala The
wedding will take place Monday, May
27, at the Catholic rectory there at 7:30
A. M-. .after which they will take the
train for a wedding trip. Miss Hall Is
one of Marlon County's successful
teacher and has taught In her home
city, Gervala for the last two years.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rosenfeld are
receiving felicitations upon the arrival
of a baby boy, born May 18.
June 2 1 the date chosen for the
wedding of Charles Cunningham. of
Fairbanks, Alaska, and Miss Mable
Patterson, of .-Portland. The young
couple will tour the Eastern states on
their wedding trip and will return to
Seattle, their future home. In August
Mra Jessie Todd Brakeman an
nounces the engagement of her daugh
ter. Donna May, to Ernest Richard
Goldapp. The marriage will take place
Mrs. H. C. Atwell. of Forest Grove,
visited in Portland during the week.
F. M. LeMoon. of Portland, Is a vis
itor at the Hotel Astor, Times Square,
Miss Phoebe Prosch, of Seattle, is
the guest of her cousin. Miss Marie
Miss Mary Pringle, of Forest Grove,
Is visiting the family of Mr. and Mrs.
Swan, at Vancouver, Wash.
Miss Phebe Anne King, of Minnea
polis, is the guest of Miss Ethel Mitch
ell at her horns on Mt. Tabor.
Mrs. Charles F. Berg, of Highland
Court, hag as. a guest her sister-in-law.
Miss Frida C. Berg, of San Francisco.
Dr. C. L. Large, of Forest Grove,
was the house guest of Professor MC.
Myers, at 327JSast Thirty-fifth street
Mrs. G. W. Dodge, of Pennsylvania,
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ulric
Dodge at the Wheeldon Annex, Tenth
and Salmon streets.
Mrs. Walter Bennett, of Seattle (Miss
Marie La Barre), is passing several
weeks In Portland visiting friends. Mrs.
Bennett will return to her home early
Mr. and Mra F. W. Stadter with their
daughter are passing a fortnight at one
of the Smith cottages in Hermosa Park,
Seaside. They are accompanied by Mra
Stadter's mother, Mrs. George Hallett;
of Oakland, Cal.
Mrs. Henry Duffleld, of 668 Union
avenue North, is entertaining, for the
week, Mrs. Louise W. Moore, of Spo
kane. Mrs. Moore is president of Wash
ington Grand Chapter, P. E. O. Sister
hood. Mrs. Lloyd Griffith, of Rose City
Park, has as her guests for the week.
Mrs. Wilbur McEldowney and daughter.
Miss Helen McEldowney, of Forest
Grove. . r
He will pay a fraternal visit to Eu
reka Council on Monday night and Se
curity Council on Tuesday night for
the purpose of delivering an address on
the question oC rates.
Mrs. Samuel 8. Parks, of Chicago,
supreme president of the P. E. O. So
ciety, while in Portland attending the
state convention of the 'society, will
be the guest of Dr. and Mrs. John F.
Beaumont, of 481 East Fiftieth street
Hiss Ellen H. Rankin, Miss Alice E.
Wilson, the Misses Amanda and Ella
Pearson and C. F. Pearson, of this city,
and Mrs. M. Louise Hollls, of Forest
Grove, left Friday for an extended tour
of Europe. They expect to be gone
about five months.
Mrs George A Horllck, -whoso hus
band is president of the Horllck Malted
Milk Company, with her daughter Flor
ence, are here from Racine, Wis., as
guests at the residence of Mr. and Mra
M. C. Haines, 115 East Twenty-fourth
Mrs. Karl A. BIckel, formerly Miss
Helen Davis, a Portland Academy girl,
is here visiting friends and recuper
ating after bein? Injured in an auto
mobile accident which recently occurred
in Denver, Colo. Since her marriage
she has resided In Colorado, where her
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husband is a newspaper man and in
the office of the Attorney-General.
Dr. James Wendel Rosenfeld, who,
for the past two years has been en
gaged in clinical work in Breslau and
Vienna, under Professor Von Pirquet,
sailed May 23 for home, on the Princess
Victoria Louise. He is accompanied on
his homeward Journey by Dr. Lawrence
Selling, who has been with Dr. Rosen
feld on his tour through Europe, and
together they visited the main clinica
In all the large cities before returning
Miss Genevieve Mathlson Ford,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ford, of
416 East Twenty-fourth street, North,
returned Wednesday from California,
where she has been attending Mills
College. Miss Ford is a graduate of
Allen's Preparatory School In this city,
and is prominent among the younger
Lilian Edna Amos arrived in
Portland Wednesday - on the Steamer
Bear, fom Berkeley, Cal., where for
the past four years she has been at
tending the university. She completed
her course in December, and since that
time has been doing post-graduate
work. Miss Amos made Phi Beta Kappa
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cummlngs have
returned from an extended tour of the
southern part of the state and have
taken apartments in the Madison-Park.
Mr. Cummlngs, who is manager for
Western Oregon for the Knights and
Ladies of Security, has been working
In the South since January in the inter-,
ests of the order. ;
The Portland friends of Miss Marlon
Dorothea Clinton will be glad to learn
that she has recently been awarded the
Anna M. Powers memorial scholarship
for the senior year at Bryn Mawr Col
lege. In 1909 Miss Clinton graduated
with honor from Portland Academy and
is maintaining the same high standard
In her college work.
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