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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, rORTXAXP, JUNE 28. 1914.
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THE Vreelt just - Slid ha beett
rather fcroliflo f KveddiAgB.
milady's calendar rarely chron
icling' mmar emrt wdfHB In one
It vastus pt U9 A'eauef
made it Impossible for many bostesses
definitely td deeide whether to have al
fresco parties, or forestall Jupiter
Pluviua anl plan ter indoer affairs.
thtti at to tean?, ltt)y. gafdefi a
lawns surroundine; Portlahd homes that
the owners are. anxious to take advan
tage or warm, sunny june aua p"i-
. . . jt .1 . uitv rliA tiant fnrtk
nlsht has kept tftem on tne iul vivo.
tne weainer Bpoitins
There Will be a dearth of enteftain-
liictlio AVI tuc nc&i -
otety is migrating to the beaches and
mountain resorts m large nunmero.
Simplicity Was the keynote ot prae
tically all the weddings of the Week,
thRt of Miss (Jrace hbBejrmah and
Altred Anthony Aya rharkihg the 6pen
home wedding, celebrated at 8:30 o'clock
Monday evening, rainer vj. . vxii,
of Bt, Mary's Cathedral, officiating,
Only relatives and a few Intimate
friends were asked to tne weaning.- ai
n I i . I n, h,M wlilnh
about 100 of the younger contingent
were Diuaen. aiio vuuc, t "
With a graciousness tnat makes her a
general favoritef was attended byer
cousin, iliss ileien Itoneymah. John
.-1 . - 1 i A T IXxn ft, mo tlftet Ylttn
The Misses Baf bam Mackenzie ahd Eve
lyh Carey, two oi tne closest ineuui vi
the bride, assisted at me service.
The bride was attired in a beautiful
gown simply made, of whit satin, with
an embroidered tulle waist. The gown
was enveloped with ft full-length tulle
veil, arranged in a charming fashion.
It was fashioned in a small crown ef
fect, leaving her sunny golden hair,
wwn in a oft knot en top ef her heai.
nceVBtEd. TBe. Veil wm 6elt la Plac
i i.arvHI araae bloSSOmS.
Her bouquet so artistio arrange
ment of liliea t the valley.
The maid ef honor. Miss Helen
noneyman. aww. v ; "
James D, Mooeyman, was charming rB
- v. i n wkitA rt ftudu on sira-
pie lines. A pretty feature of the gown
was the girdle or uweuuor u
tuitev Which ended! in a huge butterfly
bow at tb back. Her boniest waa a
colonial of bridesmaid rosebuds. ,
Miss Mackenzie and Misa Carey wore
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other of lavender pussy Willow taffeta.
bouffant skirts, inmmw " " o-
pleatihg of net. They carried bemjuets
of KlUarney rosea.
The Honeyman residence was a
bower of lovely blooms. Th hall,
large, spacious affair, wa banked with
magnolias and purple and white iris.
Fragrant magnolias also were used in
profusion in on eml of the drawing
room, and at the other end a bank of
pink gladioli and greenery was use
The service wa read before a back
ground Of feathery ferns, placed in the
oenter Of the room. Copper-coiored
foliage in huge clusters was combined
With yeliaw laburnum in the living
room ana an artistitt arrangement or
the purple and white lri adorned the
billiard-room, where the young people
passed the evenins: dancing.
An elaborate buffet supper was served
in the dining-room, wnich also was
deoorated prettily with clusters of
Scotch thistles and foliage.
Mrs. William Honeyman, grand
mother of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas D. Honeyman received with
the bridal party.
Miss Polly Tfouner, of ti.e Army post,
was fortunate enough, to catch the
Mrs. Ay la the younger daughter
Of Thomas t. Honeyman add a slater
of Mrs. Charles C. Hlndman. at whose
wedding in April the engagement was
announced, coming as a genuine sur
prise to the guests. Mrs. Aya attended
St. Helen a nan, aiier wuii -
, n i. . j - .(MnlA nf voara at
Dor paoocu v , - -
a fashionable finishing school in the
Cant latAv cnlntr TO jrariB lur
. i : tn thla oi t v RAveral
jir. Aire . i . w . . i -"
years ago, comina from Eugene, where
he Studied law at tne " -
he ' became interested in DKimng
t , tnwn nf La Fine.
nOW IS UBCluiiu6 '
Or., where he has built a charming
bungalow for his Driae.
Alter m dhwi v " ---i-,
Mrs. Aya will make their home in the
little town, where tne lorrner i"r"-i
Mr. afld Mfs. Louis AJra, also reside.
f:i....hitn tn. nature's own love
liness, the hundreds of matrons and
maids Who were guests at Mrs. Wil
liam Mead Ladd's al fresco reception
given in honor of her daughters-in-law.
Mrs. "William Sargent Ladd (Miss
Babbott), of Brooklyn, N. T., and Mrs.
Charles Thornton Ladd (Miss Buehner),
enjoyed Ohe Of the most delightful
afternoons that has been given in Port
land this season. The pretty velvety
terrace back of the house was dotted
all afternoon with gaily-clad matrons
and maids of the smart set, the ar
tistic flower-bordered walks, fragrant
shrubs and tall shading trees making
the scene a pleasing, colorful pano
rama. Mrs. Ladd Was assisted by Mrs.
Elliott Ruggles Corbett, Mrs. J. Wesley
Ladd. Mrs. J. P. Kwing, Mrs. George
Klrkham Smith, Miss Alice Strong,
Miss Leslie Smith, Miss Jean Macken
zie, Miss Jean Brownlle and Mrs. Rob
ert P. Noble, all attired In smart, pret
ty toilettes. The tea table, decked arr
. . ... - . i ) will, Ahhlna flawAM frotti the
gardens and set under a marquee, was
presided over oy jars, neien muu vui
i TLf-. rliB,iia ic. lnrtA. Mi Henry
Ladd Corbett and Mrs. George Sailor.
Mrs. William Sargent Ladd is one
of the most prominent society matrons
of BroOklyii, N. Y., her wedding-, tak
ing place, at the country home of the
Babbotts on Long Island last Fell,
was one or. tne smartest btbiuh i um
year. Bhe reaently came to Portland
and will be extensively feted by the
exclusive set. airs, unarjee m. hui uwii
Ladd (Lillian Buehner) is a bride of
last Summer, and is among the most
popular of the younger matrons ef
local society. -
rrh. T.AA miri1nB iktiA WallcS &re
well known in and about Portland and
revelled in the beauties displayed.
rney nittea an uvwr kiwsuwd,
joying thoroughly every minute or the
time they were permitted to get in
touch With Mother Nature in her love
A li,,iP3 - . . - ,
of the week Was the kaffee klatsch
given on Thursday morning oy Mrs.
t fafnor In hnnn nf hr fnothnlr.
Mrs. Dexter Knowlton, and her sisters,
the Misses Dorothy and Jean Knowl
ton, of Chicago, who arrived early in
the week to pass the Summer With the
Strongs. About 60 guests enjoyed this
novel party and a delightful feature of
the affair was tne singing of ua
Knowlton, who possesses an excellent
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T9- 1 . V, llwa In thla pltv,
also a sistef Of Mfo. StfOJig, preaideS t
Ur.rfnBnBv. ul- 1. Wr. onrl Mrs.
Gordon Voorhies and their daughter,
Miss Margaret, win m at "lu
in i nVlorK at the SlacMastef resl-
aehce, AragdUr, adjoining . the golf
links, roe voornies nave leaaw iud
MaCMaster residence for the Summer.
Another of the V6ry ittterestlftt heme
Weddings ot the mia-Week Was that of
Miss Claire Houghton and William
r..A tin. T, wsi nlAn,rilstncl
Wednesday evening at the home of the
bride s mother, Mrs. warren r . rxuastf
ton, Kev. John H. Boyd officiating. The
j.m i . tstannM nn u larfro t'eoeotiOn.
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but At the last minute the Invitations
were recalled on account Of the aeath
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Dolph was her sister's Only attendant
and Andrew L. ivorns, wmw wu's
was an event of the following day,
was best man.
The Houghton residence was charm
( w,i, a nrnfiiRinn nf tilnk-netaled
Dorothy Perkins roses, arranged ftrtls-
hn nan..ino-.rnnm. The fire-
places Were banked with pink roses
and ferns ana painis aaoeo w u
trttctlVeness or tne scene.
r,-1. .(.7n atntnlV Attractive BTirl.
Was dharnilng In her Ivory charmeuse
gown, made wun tun cr. imiu,
hinH wan trimmed with harrow silver
lace and orange blossoms. A grace
ful drape of filmy silver lace adorned
the ekirt and the bodice was made of
tulle, covered With silver lace combined
with Diicheeu. Her veil. Which was
also the wedding veil ot her sister, Mrs.
DOlph, was prettily arranged. It hung
in graceful folds to the end r the train.
. naiio-nt In n Rnff knot and
fastened to the satin, with a spray of
Orange blossoms. She carried a ehoWer
bouquet or. Driae roses ana. xii-utiuiiii-w.
creation of pastel pink craped silk,
elaborately emororaerea m suiu,
. i crnin lam urinrnlha the skirt.
rimilar lace being used ott the Waist,
combined Wltn jsonemian iv. rf
of gold girdle, ending with a huge pink
i , e, ,.rv attrantiva rnwn.
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Mrs. Dolph'a bouquet waa of brides
After the ceremdny the assemblage,
k.mhAHn S4. wax seated at One large
table in the dining-room, where an
elaborate wedding supper was served.
The table was greatly admired. A large
white basket tied With' a huge bow of
pink satin was filled with bride roses
ahd maidenhair terns ana tormea io
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table similar baskets of rose were con
nected with the center by festoons Of
pink tulle. A promsion or onae roses
and greenery was arranged about, the
la- Ctnnh.n Vain 1 11 U A T
Lines, mother of the bridegroom, who
has been in rerasna ror several weens
awaiUhs tn WdaiDf, treeiaM at l
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3 The Slorc cf Style
Saturday, July 4th
Whatever your plans r of cclebratirnf tltc
day, be it an outing1, a trip, a gathering of oire
kind or other, the Eastern is well equipped to
serve you with your requisites for the. occasion
and to serve you to your best interests. A
magnificent collection of Capes, Coats, Suit.
Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Tctticoats of the latc.t
style-touches, in th newest fabrics and colors
at the most reasonable prices.
Garments that will give absolute satisfaction.
None ui the lot worth less than $20.00. many
even $25.00 and some as high as $30.00. To
clear them at once, are divided into two lots
and priced lot 1 at $6.75 and lot 2 at $9.50.
106 Ladies' and Mkscs Suits, tailored and semi-
tailored, beautiful materials, patterns and col
ors, desi(fned and styled on conservative lines.
A wealth of white Chinchilla Coals, the coat of the flay, in ail the newest Models,
TTCTJ1 VtOTTT? r,T?T7,TVTrP Step in tomorrow, select whatever you
U OH. lUUlv jSXjU1 X winh and have it charged to you. You
can arrange to remit a little every month instead of nettling' the wholo bill oa
the first of each month. This accommodation is absolutely free.
Peoples Brown Trading Stamps With All Payments
Porver on the
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table with iklrs. Warren F. Houghton,
mother of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Unea lefffor a fort
night's wedding trip and upon their
return Will be at home at T Madison
They are among the most popular
young- people In the smart set, and
since the announcement of their en
gagement last rebruary they have been
Woodland flowers decked the Weld-
t.M ....i.lnl.n. ThllMflflV tofirht. WtlBll tllC
youngest daughter of the household.
Miss Ulara wemier, Became w. ,.
of Andrew Dickinson Norrls. Tke cere-
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Ramsay, Of SU Stephen's Church, and
tne onae was utioiiutju ".mo
ni.1.i..,M ..i..ln n m nrlnAorrnniTl.
1lUaiUDtflli V, 11 r, 1 , 1 v . . p.
Kdmund Ade Bdbwelrtlts Was best man.
Th entrance nan was Danaea wun
ivy and the drawing-room, where the
Bfre. ChaHen Dfelaafler, ef Sallaaa,
CaL, Who Is Being jBatertalaed.
ceremony was read, was aglow with a
profusion of marguerites and foxglova
In shades of pink and white, effectively
arranged In baskets and tall standards.
A pleasing effect was obtained In the
dlnintf-room by the use of quantities of
Info... naiantinn wn fl held follow
ing the ceremony, and a burfet supper
served. Presiding in the dining-room
Were Mrs. Stanley Jewett, Mrs. Edward
rotiklnrhim. Mrs. Erskln Wood and
Mrs. C. W. Sherman. Miss Isabella
Gauld and Miss Stella Kronman were
stationed at the punch bowl.
The bride, who Is a charmiil and
prettv girl, Was attractively gowned in
W. G. SMITH & CO.
pfjNG CARD ENGRAVERS
Third Floor Morgan Building.
Broadway and Washington.
407 Ellere Blag,
la MaxlM Redawtiova
tlaU is raty lailor-jists Stilt.
embroidered silk crepe, inaiJe quaintly
with a petticoat effect of pleatad net
and full court train. The waist ws
of tulle, with bolero of -exquisite
Duchess lace, and her Veil was ar
ranged In mob cap, wreathed with
orange blossoms. She carried an
artistic shower of Orchids and gypo
phi la. '
Miss Dleklnson, maid of honor, was
gowned In pink embroidered chiffon,
built on bouffant lines and trimmed
with pearls. Her bouquet was a shower
ot pink sweet peas.
Receiving with the bridal party were
Mrs. George W. Weldler, mother of the
brld. Mr. Andrew Plcklnunn nd
Mrs. Frederick Thomas, of New Yorfc,
grandmother and uinther rpecllv-ly
of the brldcro.m, Mlu Rhanna t'ura
Mnic caught the btiuquet and MUI
Kalherine Hart raptured the ring.
Mr. and Mrs. Norrls are laklnc a
fortnight's wedding trip end will b
home mtr July IS at & Thlrt'-tlrl
Both Mr. and Mrs. Norrls ere vry
popular tn the mrt t of this etly,
and have ben dehahtfully eiilrtalnod
stnoe the announcement Of their en
gagement last February. The brliie
baa only been eut two aeaaona. havtna;
attended a flnlahlng school in (he tt
upon rrarlui'lns: from Tnrtinnil A'-wl-
PORTLAND'S FOHEMOST JEWKLR YSTORK
WB D16PLAT AN UNRIVALED
"- STOCK OF
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;.. IN EXDLKBS VARItTY
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SMOKED GLASSES AND GOGGLES
CONSULT OUR OPTICIAN
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