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THE" SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND. JUNK 25. ' 1914.
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celved with the bridal . party. Mrs.
Sheehy was admired, in a black moire
Grown, elaborated with cream lace. Airs.
Hlckson's gown was s lovely creation
1 of wistaria crepe and chiffon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hickson left for a wed
ding trip of several weeks, and upon
their return will be at home after Aue;-
ust 1 at 693 East Twenty-fourth street
Both young people are well-known
among the younger set of Portland, and
are very popular, especially in college
circles. The engagement was announced
at a matinee and tea party for which
Mrs. Frank McCauley was hostess last
May, and the young people have Deen
extensively feted since that time.
Mrs. Hickson is a member of the
Gamma Phi Beta sorority and a grad
uate of the University of Oregon. The
bridegroom is a fraternity man.
member of the Phi Delta Phi and Kappa
Sigma, and a graduate of the law school
of the University or Oregon.
M.a urt.vn C V? T-1 1 Ji T" t anil hap (hil-
aV.on iAff t Via latter nart of the week
for Agate Inn, opposite Newport, where I
they will remain all summer.
Ranking among the most elaborate
and attractive social affairs of the year
was the al fresco reception and dance
given on Friday evening by Mr. and
Mra. William Reid, of Green Gables, in
honor ot their son and his bride, Mr.
u wiihni- pulton Tt(fd. who re
turned recently from their, wedding
trin Trie hnndflome irrounds surround
ing the Reid residence in Mount Tabor
were enhanced with myriads ol coiorea
lights strung between the trees, frag
rant cut flowers were arranged in rus
tic baskets, adding to the growing
shrubs and blossoms, and the guests in
their gay and pretty evening gowns
promenaded and danced merrily under
the vine-covered pergolas. A charming
feature of the affair was an elaborate
grand march, and the vocal selections
given by Mrs. Frederick Olson. Close
to 300 guests enjoyed this delightful
affair, a tremendous canvas being
stretched across the lawn for the danc
ing. Receiving with the hosts and their
honor guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Hitchcock, parents of Mrs. Wilbur Reid.
Miss Ivelou Shea, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Francis Shea, who has been
attending the school of the Madames of
the Sacred Heart in i-nliaaeipnia, re
turned to her home last week to pass
Mrs. F. C. Malpas and Miss Ethel
Malpas, accompanied oy airs. o.
Magruder and daughter, Miss Evelina,
left Tuesday morning for a fortnight's
visit to-Hood River.
Miss Alberta Bair is one of the at
tractive girls of the sub-debutante set
and very popular socially. She has
recently returned from Baldwin School,
Bryn Mawr, and en route to Portland
she accompanied her mother and sister
on a visit to Pittsburg, Pa.; Washing
ton, T. C, and several other points in
the East, where they were extensively
entertained by prominent society folk.
Miss Bair will doubtless be much feted
' during her Summer vacation In this
city. She will return early In the
Fall to Baldwin School, finishing there
next year. , ,
Complimenting Mrs. J. C. Olds and her
attractive daughter. Miss Edith Olds,
who left Thursday for an extended so
journ abroad, Mrs. J. N. Graham was
hostess for a surprise luncheon last
week. After luncheon, the afternoon
was passed playing cards, and a hand
some gift of a leather bound notebook
was given to the travelers.
The table decorations were unique
and suggestive of the trip, miniature
trains, motors and other favors being
used In combination with pink roses.
Covers were laid for 12. Mrs. Olds and
her daughter will be away for about
Miss Sybil Brown is the pretty
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Brown,
of this city, and has recently grad
uated from the University of Oregon.
She is a popular member of Chi Omega
Sorority, and since her return to this
city has been" entertained extensively.
Miss Brown is a clever artist and writ
er. She intends to devote her time to
writing and Illustrating for magazines.
Miss Elsie Fitzmaurice, of Condon.
Or, is a charming girl, who came to
Portland to ba guest of Miss Edith
Sheehr. now Mrs. John Hickson, until
after the wedding, which was an event
of Thursday morning.
Miss Camille Dosch has Just returned
from an extended visit in the East and
South. Miss Dosch is a most interest
ing young woman, and has traveled
many times through the states as well
Mrs. Andrew J. Giesy will be a host
ess tomorrow afternoon for a large
One of the merriest gatherings of
children assembled at the residence of
Miss Mamie Helen Flynn last week,
when she entertained a number of her
piano pupils and their little friends.
The youngsters played games and
music and reXteshpienta helped make
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the afternoon particularly enjoyable.
The Flynn residence was prettily decked
for the occasion. The little ones in
vited were: Eileen Sanborn, Deborah
Sanborn. Helen Sanborn. Dodo Menefee,
Frances Prudhomme, Elizabeth Kelly,
Margaret McCormick, Genevieve Mc-
Cormick, Dorothy Shea, jane iioney
man, Dorothy Corbett, Virginia Mears,
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Photo by BushneU.
Mrs. R. M. EnrnoB.
Mrs. R. M. Emerson, a popular
hostess of the Oregon Yacht Club,
returned Friday from a de
lightful visit witlT friends in
Vancouver, B. C where she has
been motoring about the country
and being generally entertained.
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Jeanette Bewail, Eileen Cooke, Vir
ginia Cooke. Jane Cooke, Elearon
Hirsch, John Piper, David Piper, Wil
bur Prudhomme, Ronald Honeyman,
Billy Honeyman, Gilbert Sanborn, John
Sanborn, Bobby Banks, George Killets
and George McCormick.
Mrs. Charles R. Melander, of Salinas,
Cal.. a charming young matron, is the
nous guest of Mrs. J. O. Humphry and
is being . delightfully entertained.
Among recent affairs given In her
honor was a dinner presided over by
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Summers last week,
and the pretty tea for which Mrs.
Charles Barenstecher was hostess on
Wednesday. About 75 smartly gowned
women called during the hours of S to
5 o'clock and the hostess was assisted
by a number of prominent matrons and
maids, the tea table being presided
over by different persons. During the
first hour Mrs. Homer I. Keeney. Mrs.
J. J. Valentine and -Mrs. J. C. English
presided and they were followed by
Mrs. Owen Summers, Mrs. Edward An
thony and Mrs. P. J. Flynn the second
hour. The girls assisting were the
Misses Alberta Bair, Marjorie Bair, Lil
lian Morgan and Viola Barenstecher. A
charming feature- of the affair was the
singing of Mrs. Summers, who delight
ed the assemblage with several well
Mrs. Robert McBride will entertain
on Monday in honor of Mra Melander
with a matinee party, followed by tea
at one of the leading grills.
Mrs. J. J. Valentine also entertained
in honor of Mrs. Melander on Thursday
afternoon with a bridge tea. Her
guests Included only old friends of Mrs.
Melander. Four tables were arranged
for the games and an additional lum
ber called at tea time. Mrs. J. C. Eng
lish . and Mrs. Charles Melander pre
sided at the table, - pouring tea and
serving ices. Mra Homer I. Keeney
and Miss - Viola Barenstecher assisted
about .the . rooms. , The bouse was dec
orated prettily with a profusion of
rosea The tea table was adorned
with a huge bowl of pink sweet peas,
with big tulle bowa In the sunroom
bowls and baskets of golden coreopsis
were used. Card honors fell to Miss
Viola Barenstecher and Mra Louis Alle
hoff. A special guest prize was given
to Mrs. Melander. Those playing
were: Mra. Melander, Mrs. J. O. Hum
phry, Mrs. Louis Cronan, Mrs. F. J.
Patterson. Mrs. A. L. Maxwell, Mra L.
J. -Wentworth. Mrs. Frank Heitkemper.
Mrs. Roy Fields, Mrs. Charles Baren
stecher, Mrs. Owen Summers, Jr., Mra
Edward Anthony, Mrs. M. E. Reed, Mrs.
Viola Barenstecher, Mrs. Harry Court
wright, Mra J. C. English and . Mra
"Another interesting and pretty wed
ding of the week was that of Miss Ada
Kendall and Earl S. Cobb, which was
solemnized Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock in the Unitarian Church, Kev.
T. L. Eliot officiating. He was assisted
by his son. Rev. William G. Eliot. The
church was simpiy aecoratea wu
palms and white blossoms. The wed
ding march was played by Miss Mar
garet Taylor, of Astoria, and the bride
was attended by her sister. Miss Flor
ence Kendall, a maid of honor, and the
Misses Mildred Whittlesey, Hazel Raab
and Lyle Steiwer were bridesmaids.
Cecil Cobb, brother of the bridegroom.
was best man.
The bride, who Is an attractive girl,
was gowned in an embroidered white
chiffon creation, gracefully draped over
charmeuse. Her veil was fashioned in
a mob can and was wreathed with
orange blossoms which had adorned
her mother s wedding veil, sne carriea
a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley
Miss Florence Kendall was admired
In a pale lavender embroidered chirron
crown built over soft silk. She carried
a huge bouquet of bridesmaid roses.
Miss Whittlesey wore a gown of pastel
green, trimmed with lace, and carried
pink sweet peas and ferna Miss Raab
and Miss Steiwer were similarly
gowned and carried shower bouquets
of pink roses and maiaen nair ierno.
The guests were ushered by Neal
T.-nr)oll Nathaniel Kimball, of Pendle
ton: William Heusner . and Alfred
Clarke, all of whom are fraternity
brothers of the bridegroom.
A large reception followed tne cere
mony at the Kendall residence.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Prescott Kendall, and is one
of the most attractive girls in Jocai so
ciety. Mr. Cobb is the son of S. B. Cobb
and shares his bride's popularity in the
nxtca VaiiHa Tliirrtfn. dauehter of Mr.
w-o T7 w rturhln And a DODUlar
debutante of Salem, Or., will start for a
tour of the Eastern cities ana coasi
resorts Sunday, chaperoned by Mrs. R.
A. Walton. Miss Gwendoline Smith,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Smith,
of Portland, will Join her the latter
part of July and they will continue
their trip together through Canada.'
While in the East Miss Durbln will
be house guest of many prominent
a.nlllaa omnnCT- thom Sfn&.tOr and Mr9.
George Chamberlain, of Washington, D.
C, and ex-Governor ana mrs. xx.
Durbin, of Ohio. v '
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ti--.riA la thA hnusA truest
of Mrs. Florence 'Crawford during the
New Thought convention being held
this week in unnstensen s nan.
t.Va q nrnrriinent Dart in the pro
gramme, using her- own compositions
and also playing numuera
"Song Set," the words of which were
written by Mrs. Crawford.
-&- rfha.ia. T. TtnuR entertained de
lightfully Tuesday afternoon at a
kio-j. nartv in honor of Miss Sallle
Sterrett, who soon will wed Dale
Slusher, of Pendleton, ur. im
guests of honor Included: Mrs- James
iirAlDh finnknnA i Willow Fields):
Mrs. Oscar Closset (Mildred Moulton)
and Mra wiiDur Keia veiyn xxm-n-cock),
all brides of the year. Mra
niua1 home was most attractive with
Dorothy Perkins roses, ferns and
palms, which were used around the
rooms. Mra George r.asimn wun
card honors. While to each guest of
honor was given a dainty souvenir of
ti. Hat nf tnieHtfl were as follows:
i.- Ta.aa Walsh Knnkane: Mrs.
Oscar Closset, Mrs. Wilbur Reid,' Mrs.
B. F. Weaver, Mrs. unaries r leias, ivxra.
William Hare, Mrs". Bruce Stewart, Mra
r K.l.nn Tr John C. Davles. Mra
William J., Lyons, Mrs. Daniel Baker,
Mrs. F. H. Rasmussen. Mrs. iovacn
Frederick, Mrs. Frederick Vrooman,
r a rciilltlr Mrs Fenton Grissbv.
Miss Sallie Sterrett, Miss Helen Hall.
Miss Flora Jessop, Miss jsmma waca-
Vtaa HanATlaTa f Jl 1 1 P S (1 Tl . MiSS
Mayme Helen Flynn, Miss Marjory
Read, Miss Zola Hitchcock, Miss Ida
Shea, Miss Marie Haller and Miss Has
selett, of Salem.
H, - nA Vra TPl-AAT-loU TrOV. Of NeW
York, who have been passing a few
days In this city, were entertained by
hi m w IT Of t n at dinner on
Wednesday evening, and additional I
guests were Mr. ana Mrs. u. Den
mark. Mr. and Mrs. Troy are en route
. n ,,,1a o-s. Kt- a ahnrt Htav. ana Will
then make their home- in La Grange,
Miss Theresa Albers, daughter of
Mrs. Bernard Albera graduated recent
ly from Mount Angel Academy and
Normal, and is now at her home in
this city. She is a charming girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Weaver
left Thursday morning for the Orient,
where they will pass three or four
months touring the interesting points.
Dr. and Mrs. Byron E. Miller have
returned from a three weeks' trip to
California They spent a week in Yo
semite, where the doctor attended a
medical convention, and several days in
San Jose and San Francisco.
Dr. Miller is negotiating for a Win
ter home near Los Gatos.
nxtws from: the army post
run-va .Q -VnitnaT commander
of the Twenty-first Infantry, who has
been at the Government tiospiuu v
Hot Springs, Ark., several weeks for
. -. AfmA trvidAv fill 1 v re
covered from his recent illnesa During
his absence Lleutenani-coionei junu j;.
Morrison was post commander.
Mra Bugbee, wife of Captain Bugbee,
was a charming hostess Wednesday,
giving a musical party for the Misses
. tnHlenn tlAf Cnllfllnfl.'wha W ill
remain with her during the Summer.
Miss Jflllls naa cnarge 01 aKonung i
house and succeeded admirably. The
lights In the room were transformed
into bells by use of delicately tinted
nana.. And thp rA.ndlffl hrld hpll -
shaped shades. Mrs. Wilson Chase. Mrs.
Samuel V. Ham ana jars. Mjar jx. r ry
mwA waia nARiMtAd bv Mrs. Wal
ter C. Sweeney, Mrs. H. L. Taylor and
the Misses r.1113. 1 ne musiuai pru-
.mmak waa ranHflrad hv Mrs. Josenh
C. Castner with instrumental selections;
Mra Chase and Mra Cromwell Stacey
sang a auet, ana Airs, smcey sans k
solo, "Bobolink"; Mrs. John H. Page,
t --nor "ThA Antr!' Serenade." with
a violin obligato by Mrs. Fry. Captain
Page aengntea nis ncarcra im a ichui
Captain Clark, of the Twenty-first
Infantry, has been transferred to the
Twenty-fourth Infantry, and will leave
for the Philippine Islands on the Sep
tember transport, sailing from San
Francisco. He will be accompanied by
Mrs. Clark and the two children.
Two battalions of the Twenty-first
Infantry will leave here Thursday for
maneuvers, to be held at Gearhart. The
troops will march from here and will
be accompanied by the escort wagona
and will be equipped as though going
to war. Which two battalions will go
baa not jet been decided. Some of the
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The engagement of Miss Birdie Wise, daughter of ex-Mayor and
Mrs. Herman Wise, of Astoria, to Charles W. Robinson, of this
city, was announced recently at an elaborate luncheon presided over
by Miss Ruble Hammerstrom. in Astoria. Miss Wise Is a talented
and charming girl and Is a graduate of the University of Oregon. Mr.
Robinson is also a graduate of the same university and of the Ore
gon Law School. He is a deputy in the office of District Attorney
Evans. The wedding will take place in July.
officers wives will go to Gearhart on
the train when the camp has been es
tablished there, and enjoy a week at
Lieutenant-Colonel Morrison and Lieu
tenant J. M. Hobson, Jr., went to the
Government target range at Proebstel
Friday morning, to conduct the profi
ciency test of the Third Battalion, un
der command of Captain Stacey. The
battalion returned to the post Friday
evening. Lieutenant Lentz was acting
post Adjutant during the absence of
Mra Rockwell.- wife of Lieutenant
Rockwell, was called to Los Angeles
last Friday by the death of her father.
T. G. Lockheart. She took her two
children, and Saturday Lieutenant
Rockwell followed. They will oe gone
SDecial services have been arranged
for this afternoon by Chaplain Osse-
waarde. This will be the laet religions
service to be held in the post before the
troops start for the maneuver cam
paign, and it is planned to nave an
unusually large meeting.
About 400 soldiers went on the excur
sion to The Dalles on the steamer
Bailev Gatzert yesterday. One com
pany, C, went en masse, leaving but two
Sergeants behind to care ror quariera
The picnic and excursion was planned
by Chaplain Ossewaarde and the Sol
diers' Fraternal League.
Miss Ethel Van Cise, of Denver, will
arrive tomorrow night to visit Mra
Miss Mae La Huis. of Zeeland, a niece
of Mrs. Ossewaarde, who has been vis
iting in the post for several weeks,
left last Monday night for her home
in Zeeland, Mich.
The Infant daughter of Captain Her
bert C. Gibner and Mrs. Glbner has
been christened Charlotte Bruce, the
maiden name of the mother.
Mrs. Glbner on Wednesday evening
entertained the "widows" of the post
at "500," four tables being played. Mrs.
Shelby Baltterman and Mrs. Taylor won
two of the high scores. Refreshments
were servea aim uaaFj . ii . r
passed, despite the absence of the hus
bands, who were at the target range.
Miss Polly Young passed the week
end as the guest of friends in Portland.
EVEXTS OF THE WEEK.
Honoring thg Priscilla Club, Mrs. M.
Roof entertained recently. The pro
gramme for the evening was arranged
by Miss Sadie Prettyman and Mrs. I. J.
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EUGENE, Or, June 17.-r-(SpeciaL) Several years ago John Stark, son of
J. M. Stark, of Eugene, attached a postscript to the letter of an acquaint
ance to Cora L. Benson, in Molina HI. It was done In a spirit of fun, and
letters followed. -
A year ago, John Stark, now a clerk In a Eugene store, visited Mollne.
ni., and met for the first time the young lady to whom he had written the
original postscript and subsequent lettera
They were married in Eugene, Sunday, June 21, and are now spending
their honeymoon at Newport.
Miss Benson Is the daughter of Mr. and Mra George Benson, of Molina
111, who are now in Eugene on a trip through the West. They are accom
panied by George Benson, Jr. a son, and by their. daughter, Cora. . . .
Dennis. Miss Violet Ssu telle and Mrs.
M. Roof played several numbers on the
piano. Vocal selections by Mrs. H.
Boulette, Mrs. H. Stipe and Mra M.
Roof and Miss Vlclet Sawtelle. accom
panist. Each member of the club
dressed to represent some character of
a book, making It a guessing contest
for the visitors. Games and tableaux
also were enjoyed. Prizes fell to M.
Roof, C. R. Sawtelle. F. Chllcote, I. J.
Dennis, Mrs. C. B. Nelson, Mrs. F. Chll
cote and Mrs. J. E. Harvey. Miss Violet
Sawtelle and Miss Carrie Moort assist
ed about the tables. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Sawtelle, Mr.
and Mra I. J. Dennla Mr. and Mrs. P.
Chllcote and son. Earl. Mra H. Bou
lette and son. Kenneth, Mr. and Mra
H. Stipe and family, Ervin, Lester and
Mildred. Mrs. C. B. Nelson and daugh
ter, Florence. Miss Violet Sawtelle.
Miss Carrie Moort, Miss Roda Rosk,
Miss Sadie Prettyman. Mr. and Mrs. I.
Baldwin of Yakima, Mr. and Mra J. E.
Harvey, Mra N. M. Vanderpool of Kan
sas City, Miss Clara Roof and the host
One of the most enjoyable house
parties In this city during the week
was at the home of Miss Myrtle Jacob
son, 869 Mill street. Monday evening.
Her guests were members of the
graduating class of the Ladd school
and a- few frtenda The grounds sur
rounding the Jacobson home, beautified
by Chinese lanterns and electric lights,
the latter of different shades, presented
an attractive appearance. The rooms
were artistically arranged wlth cut
The evening was devoted to dancing,
musio and games, followed by a lunch,
eon. The hostess was assisted by her
mother, Mrs. Martin Jacobson.
The following attended: 'Miss
Margaret Smith, Miss Dorothy Gran
ville, Miss Bernice Clark, Miss Francis
Haseltlne. Miss Gladys Blaine. Miss
Mildred Drushel, Miss Lorraine Henson,
Miss Loretta Wilson, Miss Claire Ken
nedy. Miss Helen Stewart, Miss Gladys
Glesy. Miss Helen Jacobson. Mra
Martin Jacobson; Messrs. Armstrong
Hayney, Ralph Knutsen, Gerald Sleben,
Robert Dickson, Clarence Wright.
Bernal Eoff, Joseph Turner, D. O. An
derson, of Oregon City; Martin Jacob
son, Vaughn Dickinson.
A gathering of young folk were
guests of Miss Ona Boyle McEachren,
At the Rose Cltv Park home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mra Justin W. McEach
ren. on Thursday evening, the occasion
serving to honor two recent graduates.
Miss Sue Truby, of St. Helen's Hall,
and Miss Margaret Mooney, of Wash
ington High School. The porch, cleared
for dancing, was decorated with
branches of bridal veil and fir, and
W IaI-aaIa mm4 Retail
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Read the Facts About
Oriental Rug Sales
We are compelle-d for the
third time within. short period
to scrifio our mot eelert
stork of choice Oriental Kiifr)
and Carpets ajraintt such mpi
that have wandered around the
country and have been returned
and nifT that have been bought
especially for auction and con
tinuous special sale purposes, by
marking them with fabuloua
pricea, then pving sharp reduc
tions. In the last ei'cht yearn we
have made such sucresa in this
city and vicinity by adhering to
most reliable and atrict busi
nesslike methods that most dis
criminating people have pre
ferred to choose their rup from
our choice collection. .
Our iinefjunlcd reputation is
the bet proof of this fact. Wi
always do sell our ruin with
small profit, not by auction or
half-priced special sale, neither
do we claim to soil ruirs for ct
or less than cost. We ore in a
position that we ran supply the
publio with any size or quality
rug desired mid we positively do
sell rug of the same quality and
fcize, at all times, under any con
dition or circumstance fur lcg
than quoted elsewhere.
for the satisfaction and the
benefit ot all the propectiv
buyers we earnestly invite
them before doing any actual
buying to inspect and compare
our qualities and price.
Located ont of the high-rent
district this big sarin I is shared
by our customers.
laNrtm tar Orlratal Hnmn.
473 Wash., Bet. 13th and Uth.
simple wild flowers were vised
throughout the rooms.
After a short reception for !
guests of honor dancing and slnalng
The guests were: Mn"i F" Truhy,
Margaret Mooney. Ltla JWcCsrver,
Charlotte Patterson, Alma Cook. Trlna
Herrdt, Ignore BUesins. Orare
Brooksr, Charlotte Mooney, llAlen
Crimea Anna Bnrnton, Pnrls rsnnr.
Arllne Dlsbro, Helen While: !".
Hldney King. Low.ll ration. Henry
Pabner. Fred T. BrooVer. Carl Cook.
Arthur I Koberts, Wllllsm Hurtt
Eugene Belland. Benton H r. Philip
Beynton. Andrew I'eferBon. Cameron
H. Belland, Alvln V. Kramer
Mra Harry O. Allen was ho.t... at
a charming brlriae tea on Thursday.
The house was prettily decorated with
Caroline Testout roses and areena Pre
siding at the tea table were Mine Mary
O'Donnell, Lots Blsnett and Mrs. W. J.
McUlnn. Card honors fell to Mra H. 1
Adams. Mrs. Fred Irwin and Mra W. 1.
Id (Hi Inn.
Those present were: Mra W. H.
I'pom, Mra W. H. Jnhsj. Mra Arthur
Flnley, Mrs. Carl Brown. Mra A. V.
Wells, Mra Harry J. Meyer, Mrs. F.rneet
Flprlrr. Mrs. T. H. Beaufleld. Mra. Ueorf
Williams, Mra J. a Ryan. Mra O. -Srhloth,
Mrs. W. Merrtman. Mrs. R. I
Adams, Mra Basil Bert. Mra Charles
Conrad, Mrs. K. K. Kubll, Mra A K.
Marshall, Mra Fred Irwin. Mra W. J.
McGinn. Mra W. R. McDonald. Mra
Nat Cooper, Mrs. James Good win, Mra
Fred Clark. Miss M. Troy, Mra C. D.
Kennedy, Mrs. U A. Barley and Mrs.
Mr. and Mra Albert Brlx and Ml
Myrtle Brlx entertained the women of
the Sunshine Club and their husbands
Friday evening, at their attractive
home In Irvlngton.
An elaborate dinner, nrer-sred by the
Birth Cards, etc.,
the best quality
in all the
'New Styles of
The J. K. Gill Co.,
Third and Alder Sta
Imported Sport Sweaters
for Women ano Misses in
tan, yellow, 0l0 rose. pur
ple, green or white. tor
Half Their Value
K.S. ERVIN & CO., Ltd.,
General English Tailors
$20 floor selling buildins
Sixth ano Alder Streets
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