The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, June 01, 1913, SECTION THREE, Page 5, Image 47

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    THE SUNDAY UKEUUKIAX. PORTLAND, JUNE 1, 1913.
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Mrs. A. B. Underwood, Mrs. W. P.
Lyman, Mrs. W. IT. Betts, Mrs. J. Teftt,
Mrs. M. A. Buchtall. Mrs. E. TelTt, Mrs.
J. Hanlels, Mrs. H. F. Newton, Mrs. A.
Itlcc. Mrs. Harry Underwood. Mrs.
Nellie Llewellyn and Mrs. Eletha. Bow
oer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Snow enter
tained with "500" on Tuesday evening
at their home, 407 Weidler street. The
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. W. B.I
Ledgerwood, Mr. and Mrs. A. Gerstel,
Dr. and Mrs. P. A. Rees, Mr. and Mrs.
Lavld H. Smith. Mrs. Nellie Hanks,
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Schwartz, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Steel. Mrs. L. Henderson and
Miss Adele Rice. The honors were won
by Mrs. A. Gerstel and V. E. Ledfter
wood. Miss Adele Rice favored with
music during: the evening.
The Oak Grove Ladles' Progressive
Club met at the home of Mrs. J. B.
Evans for its last rejrular meeting of
the season. The decorations were
panaies and snowballs. The rollcall was
followed by quotations. Mrs. Herring
ton gave a sketch from the life of
George and Martha Washington. Mrs.
Medley followed with an amusing
article on "Our Free Country." The
meeting then adjourned to meet in
October.
One of the most enjoyable events of
the week was the dancing and card
party given Friday evening- by the Ohio
Society at the Women of Woodcraft
MalU A large attendance attested the
popularity of the organization. Many
attractive gowns were worn. Refresh
ments were served, and other features
ably planned made the evening a auc
cess. Chapter F. P. E. O. spent a pleasant
afternoon Thursday with Mrs. Charles
Beeberger at her home S25 Hamblet
avenue. A programme on "Oregon
Artists and Authors" was given with
Mrs. H. H. Flower in charge. The in
vited guests were Mcsriames Adams.
Babine. Toft. Hayes. Haines. Murphy
McCorkle. K. T. Seeberger. H. A. See
berger and Miss Adams.
On Wednesday afternoon an infor
mal reception was given by the Moth
ers' Club in honor of Mlss Marie Rob
erts, a talented musician, who will leave
Saturday for the East. Miss Roberts Is
a former pupil of St. Helen's Hall and
Mrs. Rose Coursen Reed. Several vocal
solos were given by Miss Roberts, after
which a luncheon was served.
One of the events of the coming
week will be the wedding of Frederick
J. McKeowen and Miss Barbara E.
Twltchell, which will take place at
tne ht. Lawrence Church on V ednes
day. June 4. Miss Twitchell Is a
graduate of St. Lawrence Academy and
a popular member of the St. Lawrence
choir.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Sunny-
side M. E. Church were entertained at
the beautiful home of Mrs. G. W. Lyle,
1114 East Taylor street. May 17. Forty
women were present and refreshments
were served. The decorations were
snowballs In the dining-room. Miss
Crystal Crocker played several piano
oios.
Mrs. Mae Beaver entertained In honor
of Mrs. J. E. Harvey before her de
parture for New York City at a box
party at the Heilig Theater last week.
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vey. Miss Ruth Walker, Miss Bell Cas
sell and Mrs. Mae Beaver. After the
matinee tea was served at the Hotel
Multnomah.
Miss Ethel D. Nelson entertained
with a luncheon and box party at the
Orpheum Saturday, In honor of Miss
Audrey Northrop, of South Bend. Wash..
and Miss Leesen Ausplund, who is go
ing abroad. The party included: Au
drey Northrop, Leesen Ausplund, Cath
erine Shea, Elna Paulsen, Florence
Garner .of Hermiaton, and the hostess.
The Monday Evening Dancing Club,
composed largely of young married
people of Irvington, held Its sixth and
last cotillon Monday evening at the
Irvington Clubhouse. The unique fa
vors and attractive figures marked the
dance as one of the most enjoyable of
the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Spence, of 688
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East Stark street, gave a reception re
cently in honor of Miss Jessie -May Ben
ner, whose wedding to William Alexan
der Spence will be an event of June 11.
Twenty-five guests were present.
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Misa Ruth Dixon entertained at sev
eral tables of cards Saturday after
noon, when her engagement to Joseph
Dorney. of this city, was announced.
The wedding will take place early in
the Autumn.
The RlAmherK Of Wovarlalirh.Pth.
mond Literary Club met with Miss
Ruth Haagsma Monday evening. "The
Lady of the Lake" was studied. Re
freshments were served by the hostess.
COMIXG EVENTS.
The Modern Woodmen of America and
the Royal Neighbors of America having
secured Crystal Lake Park, at Mil
waukee for July 4. will entertain their
friends with a large picnic with all
the regular races, dancing, tug-of-war
and drill contests. Drill teams from
all over the state have been invited to
nter the contests and the committee
now has under consideration a babv
show, the only drawback being their
inaDHity to secure even a Woodman
brave enough to act as judge for this
event. Such well-known Modern Wood
men as Councilman C. E. Garlick, Cap
tain Fred Shulze. Major C. C. Hood, F.
J. Darlington, J. J. Gotthardt. H. F. Mc-
Grath and many others being on the
executive committee is a guarantee that
no effort will be spared to make this
picnic the usual success.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the First
Congregational Church has planned a
most delightful "at home" for Wednes
day In the church parlors at 3 P. M.
The following attractive programme
nas Deen arranged: Vocal solo, "I
Hear Tou Calling Me" (Marshall). Mrs.
J. Curtys Simmons: vocal solos, (a)
Hungarian i-olk Song, arranged by
"oroay, oi welsh Folk Song (Dr.
Lloyd Williams), E. Maldwyn Evans;
violin solos. "Romanz" (Wienawskl),
"Minuet" (Beethoven). Mrs. Goodwin:
vocal solo, A Boat Song," Mrs. J.
Curtys Simmons; accompanist. Miss
Florence Jackson. A most cordial wel
come is extended to all.
Mrs. Harry Meyer will be hostess at
the Baby Home Tuesday afternoon,
June 3, from-e to 5. Tuesday is one of
the special days set apart for the re
ception and entertainment of the
friends of the home and all Interested
In It are urged to come.
The senior auxiliary of the Baby
Home has called a meeting for Wednes
day at 2:30 P. M. at the Toung Women's
Christian Association and all the mem
bers are requested to be present. The
Interests of the home will be discussed.
The children are greatly In need of all
clothing suitable for a child from six
months to three years, especially stock
ings, caps and undergarments. Mrs. E.
M. Baker, chairman, will preside at the
meeting.
Oregon Rose Camp, Royal Neighbors
of America has sent out invitations for
a dance to be given on Friday, June
6, in Royal Academy Hall. 85 Fifth
street. The committee includes P. W.
T. Coffey, J. L Valient, Mar N. Mc
Afee, Mrs. N. McDonald, Mrs. C. Mc
Glllivary. The patronesses will be:
Mrs. D. Graydon, Mrs. L. Catlin, Mrs.
L Wand, Mrs. Alice Edwards, Mrs. Sara
Coffey, Mrs. M. Angle. At the punch
bowl will be Miss Neta Hurley.
The Michigan Society of Oregon
meeting for June 2 has been postponed
to meet at Manchester Hall, 85 Fifth
street, Wednesday, June 4, at 8 P. M.
The entertainment will be a house
warming sociable. All members are
requested to be present and a cordial
Invitation is extended to visiting Mich
iganders to attend the meeting and en
joy an evening of more than usual in
terest and entertainment.
The women of the Madeleine Parish
will entertain "With bridge and 500 at
the parish hall. Twenty-third and Sis
kiyou streets, Saturday, from 2 to 6
P. M., to which they cordially Invite
their friends.
Mrs. Frances P. Waring has sent out
invitations for two large and elaborate
bridge teas for Thursday and Friday.
Eleven tables will be arranged for each
day, and additional guests will call for
tea.
The W. C. T. U. Will act M hnstese
for the Parent-Teachers' meeting at
ouiinysroe scnooi, at 3 f. M., Tuesday,
June 3. Prize essavs will be read and
prizes awarded. Refreshments will be
served. All are welcome.
The Oregon Society of Artists will
hold Its monthly meeting on Monday
evening at 127 Eleventh street. The
annual election of officers will occur.
All members are urged to be present.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will hold their annual luncheon at
12:30 o'clock at Hotel Portland on
Tuesday, June 3.
WEDDINGS.
Closter man-Hoffman.
On Thursday evening. In the German
Reformed Church, Twelfth and Clay
streets. Pastor Gottlieb Hafner offici
ating. Miss Minna Paulina Hoffman
became the bride of Robert C. Closter-
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man..- The. bride looked .beautiful in a
gown of white Bilk made en train, and
carried an arm bouquet of bride roses.
The long veil was worn with lilies of
the valley and arranged about the face
In cap form. . As the strains of the
wedding march were being played, the
bride's attendants. Miss Anna Hoff
man, sister of the bride, and Miss Marie
Waespe, entered. The bride followed,
leaning on the arm of her brother. Otto
Hoffman. The bridegroom was attend
ed by Carl Sebinger. The bridegroom
is a graduate of the law department of
the University of Oregon. After the
ceremony the bridal party and 300
guests entered the banquet hall of the
church, where supper was served. The
couple left for an extended trip to
British Columbia and other Northern
points of interest.
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Ross M. Coolldge and Miss Sarah
Margaret Sutherland were united in
marriage at the Marshall apartment,
624 Marshall street. Thursday, May 29,
at 8:30 P. M Rev. G. W. Nelson offi
ciating. The ceremony was witnessed
by a number of relatives and intimate
friends. The wedding march was played
by Mrs. Replogle. E. W. Jorgenson
acted as best man and Miss Ethel Smith
was bridesmaid. Refreshments were
served. The charming bride was the
recipient of a large number of wedding
gutB. ine Dridegroom is in the em
ploy of the O.-W. R. & N. Co. Mr. and
Mrs. Coolldge left for Seattle where
they will spend their honeymoon. Upon
their return to this city they will re
side in the Marshall apartments,
Davls-Wntkins.
A wedding of interest that took place
on Wednesday at Hood River was that
of Miss Edna L. Watkins and Willard
Scott Davis. The service was solem
nized in the manse of the Riverside
Congiregational Church in the presence
of a few intimate friends, the Rev. E.
A. Harris, officiating. The bride is the
daughter of Dr. William -Watkins. a
pioneer of Portland and a niece of Mrs.
P. I. Packard, of Underwood, Wash.
The latter was in attendance. At the
wedding the bride carried a point lace
handkerchief that was worn by her
aunt when she was wed 50 years ago to
ex-uovernor Moody.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis will make their
home in Woodburn.
Jobaoa-Hall.
Alfred M. Jobson and Anna D. Hall
were married Wednesday evening at
their home. 940 Belmont street, by the
tev. w. o. Shank, in the presence of a
large number of relatives. Mr. and
Mrs. Jobson left on a two weeks' visit
to friends at Seaside. They will "be at
home after June 15.
AXSOUXOEMEN'TS.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Griffith announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Sarah Elizabeth, to William Gove
Thrall, formerly of Washington, D. C.
The wedding will take place the lat
ter part of June.
SPECIAL AXXOTJXCEMEXTS.
Mrs. C. R. Thompson, 270 Park St.,
exclusive importer Japanese, Chinese
and Korean dress materials, hand-made
laces, bric-a-brac, etc. Appointments by
telephone. Main 6358.
SOCIETY PERSONALS.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wolf are leav
ing today-for an extended trip to Brit
ish Columbia and Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Glafke have re
turned from an extended tour of the
Yosemlte and Southern California.
Mrs. J. F. Duffy left Wednesday even
ing for a two-months' visit with rela
tives and friends in the East.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Edgar announce
the engagement of their daughter, Nell
Maye, to Harold K Magness.
Mrs. Cora Puffer, who has been ill
at the Good Samaritan Hospital, has
recovered sufficiently to be removed
to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Causton have
taken apartments at the Nortonia.
Dr. William Campbell also is estab
lished at the same hostelry.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goss of Irving
ton, have been busy the last week en
tertaining Mary Catherine Goss, a very
cnarming out diminutive visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Strout left
Wednesday for New York. Mrs. Strout
will join her daughter Emma In Lon
don, and pass the Summer in Europe.
Mr and Mrs. A. M. Wright (Maud
Phillips) have returned from their wed
ding trip and will be at home after
June 18 at 321 Twelfth street. No cards.
Mrs. B. Fink left for her Summer va
cation to California, ' where she will
visit her mother, Mrs.'N. M. Benjamin,
in San Francisco, and before returning
will visit Los Angeles and San Diego.
Miss Thelma Garratt. who has been
passing the past month in San Fran
cisco, is being entertained at the coun
try home of Mrs. William St. Crlm at
Los Gatos.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stafford, who
presented "A Hunter's Game" at the
Empire last week, were entertained at
the home of J. F. Graham. Mrs. Staf
ford is a niece of Mr. Graham's, also
of Mrs. Alvord's.
Mrs. M. Dilsheimer, of Baker, will
arrive in Portland on June 6. to be the
One of the Washington
High Girls Sketched This
Pretty "Norfolk Jacket
A?&C
'The Steinbach Store'
Judicious shotmers find
Feldenheime
a Bonanza of Money-Saving Opportunities
New store to open with an entire new
stock many lines to be discontinued.
Diamonds, watches, jewelry, sterling silver, cut
glass, statuary, bronzes, leather goods, art goods
and allied lines are now on sale without reserve,
except in the case of contract goods. Make
your selections now, while the stocks are at their best.
ESTABLISHED 1868
283-285 Washington Street, Bet. Fourth and Fifth Sts.
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Mayer, at their home, 765 Hoyt street.
She will remain here for the Summer,
and will be welcomed by her many
friends.
Mrs. Charles yA-Hen Hart, of Irving
ton, left Saturday night for St. Paul,
where she will pass most of the Sum
mer. A portion of the time will be en
Joyed visiting Atlantic Coast cities. She
will attend the Theta convention in
New York as a delegate from here.
Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Walker, as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Koble,
will leave on Tuesday next for an ex
tended tour through California by mo
tor. Some time will be passed in Yose
mite Park, after which they will go as
far south as Mexico, returning home
about July 1.
Mrs. Maurice L. Reld, formerly Miss
Beulah Cadwell, of this city, and her
small son are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Cadwell. Mrs. Reid will
remain until after the Rose Festival
when she will join her husband in Se
attle. Mrs. Reid Is well known in mu
sical circles here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. McMIcken will
leave tomorrow for an Eastern trio, to
be gone a month. They will visit Chi
cago, New York, and a number of the
principal cities of the East. While in
Chicago he will attend the National
Electric Light Association, and repre
sent the Portland Railway, Light &
Power Company in its deliberations.
i .WLisa ueitnnic m. oiewan, an artist,
I left last Wednesday for Toledo, O., for
a month's visit with her parents. Be
fore leaving her pupils organized what
will be Known as ' The Jeannie M. Stew
art Art Club," electing Miss Stewart
honorary president for life; Mrs. M. E.
Gibbs, acting president; Mrs. R. E.
Bishop, treasurer, and Mrs. Edith L.
Miller, secretary. During Miss Stew
art's absence Mrs. A. T. Joy will be in
charge of the studio.
Dr. and Mrs. William House, who,
accompanied by their little daughters,
were called East in mid-April by the
illness of Dr. House's mother, passed
the first half of May In New York, New
Haven and Washington. In the latter
city Dr. House attended the sessions
of the American Neurological Society.
and also visited Rochester, N. Y., to
attend the annual meeting of the New
York State Medical Association. Mrs.
House and daughters are at present in
It's one of those attractive coats which the better dressed
girls and young women find so bewitching.
This one, from our assortment just received from New
York, was sketched by Miss Edith Morgan, of the Wash
ington High School. It shows the easy, graceful lines of
these likeable, wearable coats.
They come in mannish and Bulgarian styles in blue,
white, shepherd plaid and red. Also the "fuzzy" touring
fabric, rapidly becoming so well liked.
At exclusive shops, these would honestly be called $15 to
$20 values. We prefer to let YOU judge for yourself
what they are worth, at $7.95.
Stamps Upon Request
r's Removal Sale i
Never before has such a stock as Feldenheimer's
been placed at your disposal at prices so ridicu
lously low. Especially desirable articles for the
June bride and the girl graduate await you here
at savings from a third to a half, and in many instances
more.
Buffalo, guests of Dr. House's parents.
Dr. House is in Philadelphia engaged
in post-graduate medical work. They
will return to Portland the last week
In June.
NEWS FROM SEASIDE.
SEASIDE, Or., May 31. (Special.)
The week has been a busy one for
Portland folk who own Summer cot
tages here and a number of Portland's
smart set have paid Seaside a flying
visit for the purpose of getting their
Summer homes ready for occupancy.
Among the Summer seashore owners
who visited this week were E. W
Wright and his wife.
The week-end visitors registered at
the Hotel Moore from Portland were
C. K. Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Brennor,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McChesney, Mr. and
Mrs. Chandler Bloom, Mrs. W. J. Tuck,
W. Andrews, George V. Hartness, Mrs.
J. B. Dickens. Robert G. Hofer, Mrs.
Mallard, Allen McMild, Eliot Holcomb,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Leonard. E. F. Van
Trothu. W. K. Price. Mrs. Lawrence
Holmes and son, Mr. and Mrs. William
Reid, T. S. Townsend, W. T. Parker,
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Roth, Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Hidden, Mrs. G. D- Heyney, I. L.
Schilt, W. R. Crowley, E. Karples, E.
M. Eldgridge, R. P. Hanley. Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Smith and B. A. Sifford.
The out-of-town guests were Mrs.
Francis Mason and children, Seattle;
O. W. Johnson. St. Paul; Mrs. Howard
Bruenell, Oregon City; C. Stanley, Rai
nier; Frank Purcell, Seattle; F. C. Fox,
A. S. Skyles, Astoria; W. J. Bowman,
San Francisco; P. M. Soloman, Seattle;
Mrs. S. W. Rossllu, Hollis; Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. McCain, St. Louis; N. C. Keenan.
Chicago: Mr. and Mrs. D. R. H. Lee,
Mellen; W. O. Webster, Milwaukee, and
M. F. Baker, Boston.
Fred V. Andrews, one of the Mult
nomah Club tennis standbys, returned
to Portland after an enjoyable six
weeks' stay. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews
passed most of their time fishing and
hunting. Mr. Andrews returns to
Portland for the purpose of assisting in
the final arrangements for the tennis
tournament. Mrs. Andrews will re
main at Seaside for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bauer. accom
' panied by Mr. and Mrs. I. L. White and
Dr. Gustave Baar. enjoyed the week's
Morrison at Fourth
ill!
end stay at their Summer cottage. Dr.
Baar will leave soon for his annual
trip abroad and expects to be gone for
some months.
Dr. and Mrs. Fostrom. of Astoria,
having as their guests Mr. and Mrs.
Snider, of Portland, and Richard
(Dick) Smith, of Eugene, motored over
from Astoria Sunday. The party took
dinner at the Hotel Moore and re
turned to Astoria later in the evening.
C. K. Henry, the Portland capitalist,
visited Seaside between trains. His
visit here was for the purpose of look
ing over his property interests.
Dr. Marie D. Equi was a week's end
visitor of Mrs. Roberts, as a guest at
the Roberts cottage.
Frank Purcell, the Portland and Se
attle safe man, who owns the histori
cal Homer Davenport cottage which
was exhibited at the Lewis and Clark
Fair, was a guest at the Hotel Moore,
while he was superintending the fit
ting up of his cottage preparatory to
occupying it later on In the season.
Gnrhart Besrins to Draw beach Lovers.
GEARHART,. Or., May 31. (Spe
cial.) Harry Hamblett, of Portland,
who is erecting a Summer home on the
ocean front at Gearhart. passed last
week with his family at Seattle at
tending to business matters.
Eighteen new Summer homes are un
der course of erection at Gearh.-irt at'
the present time. Work on the apart- ;
ment-house being erected on Cottage,
avenue is progressing favorably.
The golf links are in excellent condi
tion at present for play, as the course
has been carefully gone over the past
few days.
Manager Mitchell, of Hotel Gearhart.
passed several days at Portland the
past week on business matters. ,ie
was registered at the Multnomah Hotel
while there.
Preparations are being made for the
entertainment of the delegates to the.
Y. W. C. A. conference which is to be
held at Gearhart Park from June 17
to June 27. A large number are to
be in attendance from the Northwest.
This is the second year the National
Board of the Young Women's Christian -Association
has selected Gearhart Park
for holding of the conference.
Soap Ib mixed with concrete to make It
waterproof.
FREE for the Boys
Something- new in Rattlers great
noise makers. Come Monday between
8 and 10. Don't have to buy anything.
Portland Rose Show June 9 to 14
(Efeoa sreaent Kara; Mrs. J. K. Har
t