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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAX, PORTLAJTO, AUGUST 30, 1914.
tional Bank of Portland, has Joined his
family here for the remainder of the
J. W. Brown is a recent arrival at
Al Hailey Is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Maude L- Scott. Dr. L. E. Graves
and Miss Louise Couch are here for a
Hoiner Shaver is at the Del Shaver
cottage for a week.
The new Bailey cottage Is housing
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Bailey and daugh
ter. Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. David Mc
Millan and daughter. Dorothy, Mrs. C.
F. Jackson. Miss K. Snow and Mrs.
Miss Elizabeth Peters entertained
during the week with a large dancing
party. Those present were: The Misses
Elisabeth, Janet and Grace Peters.
Nancy Holt. Agnes Allehoff, Marjorie
Hall. Margaret Elliott, Martha Hoyt,
Jean and Lucille Gumm. Preston Holt.
Howard McKay. Lowell Paget, Hugh
Livingstone, Joseph Minot, Read E8s
worth, Nellis Hamlin. Herbert Ses
sions. Alec Bell. Kenneth Warrens and
The Warren's guests during the week
wert- V. K. Strode and wife, Charles
J. Strode and wife. Mrs. Rose Bridges,
Jr.. Mrs. T. J. Mendenhall, Miss Nellie
.:.-Klnlrv J. It. Kills. L Griswold. M
H. McFerrin. W. J. Gearin. Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Seaty. Miss Blanche Ches
hire. Miss Leuna Wlnellemler. -Mrs. -rv
A Morrison. Mrs Josenh W. Whitney,
Miss Helen. Honeyman. Mrs. Joseph N.
Teal Mrs. W. EL Skene. Jean M. tKene
Donald A. Skene. Margaret Brehaut,
R. Schmaeur and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
E. D. McFowle, Mrs. C. C. Colt, Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Veasey. Miss Lillian
Tuttle. Mrs. S. Berndscheek, F. A.
Berndscheek, Mrs. B. Birchles. Mrs. L
Goldstein. Miss K. Omar, F. J. George,
H. Berkeley. W. J. Holmes, Marie lin
den. A. H. Qulsley and wue. airs. j. n.
Pannei H. D. Mitchell and wife, Rob
ert D. Mitchell. Harvey N. Black. Hugh
Livingstone. Mrs. O. E. Overbeck. Miss
Catherine Cooke, Miss Jane lookc,
tuii .T P. Cooke. Albert Ackerman
Mr. R Ackerman. Mrs. R. D. Lenz and
aon Mm W. !. Robb. all of Portland:
Hannah Book and Bertha Simpson, of
Missoula. Mont: Mrs. J. W. Hume, r.
L. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Peters,
Mrs. Yeon D. Geulliume. T. D. Geul-
llume. M. S. Atatnger, Frank Wood
fleld. O. J. Peterson and wife. Miss Vir
ginia Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Far
don, all of Astoria: Dean H. Walker
Independence, Or.; Dr. F. E. Glelsper
and wife. L. E. Lages. of Chicago; J.
E. Bushnell. Minneapolis. Minn.; Miss
Margarte Davles, Epheaton. Wash.;
Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Moore. Seaside;
Mrs. George Hedges. Walla Walla,
Waah.; Mrs. D. C. Masten. Warren. Or.;
Mrs. Frank Brown. Yankton. Or.; Esa
Strelle, Gearhart, Or.; F. J. Jones. J. C.
Jones. Mildred Jones, San Francisco;
Mrs. Frank Wood and Mrs. L. G. Cook,
of Oakland, Cal.
Cannon Beacli Hotel guests for the
past week were: Robert O. L Prael,
D. D. Hail, Frances Warrens, R. T.
Dlckerson. Mrs. Charles E. Warrens,
Preston Holt. Mrs. F. W. Prael. Anne
Prael. Nancy Holt, Marjorie Hall,
Emily Young, Read M. Ellsworth. Jr..
Mrs. O. E. Mitchell, Hallie Joyce Kot
lng, Hattle Dunn, G. W. Herrons and
daughter. Francis. Mrs. W. A. Spence,
W. A. Spence. W. A. Holt, C. E. War
rens, Alec P. Bell. Hugh Livingstone,
Alma Bailey, ill of Portland; Dr. and
Mrs. P. Culberson, Miss Margarte De
vers. Seattle, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Root, Mrs. E. D. Kanaga, Hood
River. Or.; Lowell C. Paget. Oregon
City. Or.; L. C. Guenther, Philadelphia.
Pa.; W. G. Guenther. Astoria, Or.: Mrs.
E. M. Ford, North Yakima, Or.; Hehry
Brallier. Seaside, Or.; C. W. Rakers.
White Salmon. Wash.; Dr. R. H. Cow
ley, Berna, Ky.; Miss Killicut Swain.
Cleveland. O.: C. K. Warrens, New Ha
ven, Conn.: Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Waugh
and daughter. Dorothy, Hood River,
Sylvan Park Inn housed during the
week: Alice Stephens. Maude R. Bush
nell, Gardiner Bushnell. Stephen R.
Bushnell. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Schloth.
Miss Mina McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. F.
O. Joy. Misses Evelyn and Carlyn Joy,
Eleanor C. Hatch, Lucy K. Hatch, F.
E. Ferris, S. O. Melster. Eleonora
Blohm. Blanche E. Delury, Mae Ziegler,
all of Portland; Mr. and Mrs. W. L
Mulvey. E. K. Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. C.
G. Miller. Oregon City. Or.
A jolly party arrived from Cannon
Beach Thursday, including Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Chatten and children, of River
wood: Mrs. Lake, of San Francisco, and
Mr. Hayes, of New York City. The
party were guests of Mrs. M. Card at
her new cottage just tlnished this
SI 'ASIDE VISITORS DISAPPEAR
General Exodus' Leaves Board Walks
and Beaches Nearly Deserted.
SEASIDE, Or., Aug. 29. (Special.)
Like Arabs. Summer visitors in Sea
Bide have silently folded their tents
and stolen away to town. Many cozy
homes, so recently the scenes of much
gaiety, are now boarded up as a pro
tection against Winter storms, and the
once crowded boardwalks and streets
are practically deserted. Every one is
carrying away quantities of stored-up
energy, gained at the beach, and like
wise a generous sprinkling of freckles
and sunburn. The present-day styles
of wearing open-throated blouses and
gowns is responsible for the tan and
burned necks which the fair belle will
struggle bravely to eradicate before the
social season is In swing. At any rate,
it is the badge of good, healthful liv
ing, which means beautiy eventually.
Mrs. Annie D. Gulss has recently pur
chased a building site in Hermosa Park
and is now arranging to have a hand
some Summer residence erected for her
use early In the Spring.
Fay Young, a well-known baker of
Boise. Idaho, Is passing a fortnight in
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Jones and party,
of Portland, who have been enjoying
beach life at Seaside, returned to their
Judge and Mrs. T. J. Cleeton, of Port
land, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knutson
passed last week in one of Godfrey's
One of the merriest dances of the
season was that given Wednesday
night at the Hotel Moore colonial
grill and parlors by the younger set.
Many motor parties were made up In
Gearhart and surrounding points to at
tend the gay affair. An attractive
floral decoration, principally of dahlias.
In a riot of coloring, made a pleasing
foil for the pretty Summery frocks of
the fair debutantes. Among those
who enjoyed this jolly affair were
Misses Grace O'Nell, Mary Therkelsen,
Helen Gregg, Vera Rarbur, Faye Hack
er, Lucile Dunne, Gladys Dunne, Ruth
Dunne, Bonnie Prickett. Mrs. Frank
Butler. Zeta Crawford. Viola Crawford,
AlicL- Gadsby, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gadsby,
Cachot Therkelsen. Gilbert Shea. Ken
neth Price, William Holden. Layman
Botiney. Bennett- Serf. Stanford Slchel,
Mr. Wise. Ben Gadsby, Samuel Hitt.
Richard Carney. Blair Holcomb. Rich
ard Schnabel. Nellis Hamlin. Mrs. M.
D. Bronaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry New
man. Jennie Parellus, Florence Parellus,
Edith Brock. Helen Brock. Minnie
Fleischner. Delphine Rosenfeld, Dorothy
Hart. Marjorie Housman, Helen Beggs,
Catherine Schnabel, Margaret Elliott.
Miss .McMillan. Mrs. Dan J. Moore, Jack
Price. Jack Stephens. Jack Short. Wal
ter Mauirhead and Herbert Sessions.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butler, who
have been occupying one of Butter
field's cottages for this month, re
turned to Portland Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Flelschner and
the Misses Minnie and Elise, who nave
been summering In their handsome
cottage, returned to Portland Wednes
AT SEASHORE SOON TO
NEW CHURCH FINISHED
DEDICATED LAST SLNDA.
Under the supervision of the Portland Presbytery the new chur.ch
at Rockaway Beach was dedicated Sunday. a,.j.
The church is to be undenominational in character. Rev. Snjder,
of Portland, was in charge of the services.
The dedication service was read by Rev. C. Sandsborough, of Oregon
City, while the sermon was preached by Rev. Charles Hays. D D.
of Portland. Other ministers present were: Rev. W. Graff, of Beth
any Or ; Rev. J. Kratt. D. D.. pastor of the First German Baptist
Church, of Portland: Rev. McKenzie. of Tillamook, being represented
by the Rev Mrs. McKenzie. The evening address was delivered by
Rev Mr. George, pastor of the Friends' Church of Portland.
Special music was sung by the choir, and the following selections
rendered: Duet, Jy Mrs. Katherlne Shannon Metzger, contralto, of Se
attle. Wash., and W. Prappe, tenor, of Fortland; so os, Mrs. D A. Mc
Kenzie. soprano, of Tillamook, Or., and W. Park Richardson, basso, ef
r ,h.. attended in both
church was dedicated free of debt. Many hours were spent in ar
ranging the resplendent "Rockaway dahlias" and beautiful fern
around the auditorium of the church.
day to prepare for the wedding of
Miss Minnie to William Ehrman. The
wedding will be solemnized September
15 at the Hotel Multnomah.
Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Chipman and
Miss Nancy Chipman returned to Fort
land Monday evening. Mrs. Chipman
and daughter, after a short visit in
town, returned to pass tne Daiance 01
the season In their cottage on the
The Inglewood cottage houses Mrs.
T. H. Clancy and the Misses Mary
and Genevieve Clancy for the balance
of the season.
A Welch, a well-known Portland
man, passed the week-end at the
J. Harker Smith spent several days
recently with his family in their cot
tage on the boardwalk.
Miss Mildred Schmidt was a visitor
during the week with friends.
Mrs. Thomas Viggers made a visit
with friends last week and plans to
return to Portland shortly.
In a cosy cottage In Hermosa Jr-aric
F. G. Driver Is enjoying a brief visit
at the beach.
J. W. Luke is a recent visitor in
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Zeller are among
the late arrivals and are occupying
cottage on the Shell road.
A. M. Witte has commenced the
erection of a handsome Summer resi
dence in Hermosa Park, whlcn win
be ready early in the Fall.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. uutton, 01 rou-
land, are visiting friends in seasiae
for a month.
John S. Rick, of Walla vv ana, nas re
cently opened his cottage in Hermosa
Park and will pass the balance of the
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lillis, who nave
been occupying an attractive cottage
in Hermosa Park, returned this week
A laree Informal gathering or bum
mer visitors were entertained by Mrs.
T. J. Donnerberg at her cottage- last
week at tea and cards.
W. J. Strandborg, of The Telegram,
Is enjoying a vacation at the Hotel
Moore. Mrs. Strandborg will Join her
Raymond W. Frohman and M. Michel
were among the week's arrivals at the
J. W. Mackenzie is also a patron of
H. Alderdid, of Salem. Is also so
Jorning at the Moore Hotel.
Mrs. Laura Summerville returned to
Portland Sunday evening, and Is domi
ciled at 705 Davis street.
Mrs. C. E. Smith and daughter, Mrs.
John Schnabel, and Miss Schnabel, who
have been summering in the Smith
cottage, returned to Portland Monday.
Walter Smith, of Hood River, will
pass a fortnight at Seaside.
Those registered during the week
at Hotel Torrey were: George Cham
berlain, George M. Wuster, F. E. Ferris,
Mrs. Jay H. Stoner, of Payette, Idaho;
Charles E. Davidson, of Boise. Idaho;
Mrs. George Drumheller. Jesse Dewey
and Earl Drumheller, Mrs. D. C. Mars
ton, of Warren, Or.; Mrs. Frank Brown,
Yankton; Edward Ashbough, Mr. and.
Mrs. Thomas L. Spllid, Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
Powers, Mrs. E. Strupleve, Catherine
Strupleve, Hilda Munson, I. M. Ryan. Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. Hendrick, Mr. and Mrs.
B B Corliss. T. H. French. Mr. and Mrs.
L B. Sutliff. Philip Sutliff, Florence
W. Atwater, H. L. Dempter, Beatrice,
Neb.; A. J. Berry and Hazel Berry, of
Seattle; Alex Chestnut, Rogersville,
Tenn.; R. King and C. B. Dahl, of
Astoria; A. M. Howatt, W. M. Gilbert,
C. V. Berde, C. A. Wentley, Mr. and
Mrs. John Graydon, Mrs. Nora Hogstad.
Necanicum Inn housed the following
newcomers last week: William L
Fries. Mrs. Josephine H. Perkins. Na
thaniel Holmes Perkins, Chester Gold
stein, Mrs. D. Shanahan, Mary, Nellie
and Loretta Shanahan, Miss Beatrice
Hermanson. Mrs. G. L Johnson and
Lucille G. JohnBon, of Hood River; Dol
ly Fawsett, Mrs. M. Fawsett and Fran
Stopping at the Hotel Moore during
the week were Mr. and Mrs. George C.
Durklng. John Graydon, Clyde Evans.
H. G Klopp, of Spokane; Mr. and Mrs.
John W. Reynolds, J. C. Thompson, of
Salem; Mrs. H. S. Beckner, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Euson, F. W. Tlnney and
family, of Walla Walla; J. H. Norton,
H. J. Donovan, C. C. Kelly. Dr. Mary V.
Madigan. A. A. Tobey. Fred L. Tuttle.
Joseph M. Rothschild. P. B. Dunn, Mrs.
J. C. Vance, Miss Vance, of Danville,
111.; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bain, W. C.
Burt, F. J. McDonald, Mrs. C. E. More
land'and three children. Mrs. Elizabeth
Rogers, Mrs. A. B. Portelles, J. L
Burke Ward Goitt, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Myrlck, of Pendleton; Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Patullo, W. H. Warrens, J. Wormser,
L. L. Coblentz, Mrs. R. H. Nichols, John
L. Burke, Mrs. I. E. Martin, Mrs. W. J.
Patterson, Miss Charlotte Patterson,
Mrs. C. H. Collender, Astoria: Mrs.
Chester DeLong, of Spokane; Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Waldron. W. G. Robertson.
B. F. Barbour, Mrs. A. McAtee, Mary F.
McAtee, E. H. Cummings, Mr. and Mrs.
O. L. Leininger, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Campbell. Mrs. George E. McLoughlln,
Miss Leona McLoughlln, Mrs. Mary Mc
Haley, Miss Amy McHaley and Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hunt Lewis and chil
dren and L. Allen Lewis passed Monday
in Seaside en route from Ecola to Port
land. They have been Summering In
Ecola, on Cannon Beach.
Mrs. J. F. Newman was a charming
hostess Saturday for about 30 of the
younger set who are sojourning in
Seaside, at a delightful supper and
dauce at the Van Ness cottage, on the
AT ROCKAWAY BEACH
WILL BE USDESOMLVATIOJiAL
the morning and evening
board walk. Mrs. Newman also pre
sided at a dinner party earlier in the
week for a number of belles and
Miss Grace O'Neill, who has been a
house guest of Mrs. Newman's for a
fortnight, returned to Portland early in
Mrs. H. D. Beutgen is sojourning in
a cottage on Eleventh avenue.
In a pretty cottage on Tenth avenue,
Mrs. Theodore Barr, Miss May and Jo
seph Barr are enjoying a brief visit.
Miss Gladys Calkins is a recent ar
rival in Seaside. She is the guest of
The Northrup cottage houses Mrs. H.
P. Dueber and family.
Mrs. A. R. Glbb is established in the
In the Austin cottage are Mrs. Frank
Henry and L. O. Leonard, who will re
main several days.
Mrs. G. B. Perkins is sojourning in
a cosy cottage on Fourth avenue.
John Stevens and Earl Short, of Ta
coma. returned to their homes Monday
after a brief stay at the Moore Hotel.
Miss Ellen Newbegin was the house
guest of Miss Ada Otten for the week
Miss Consuela McMillen Is entertain
ing Miss Margaret Elliott for a few
days at the McMillans' new cottage.
Rev. Luther R. Dyott and- Gavin C.
Dyott were week-end visitors in Sea
side at the Hotel Moore.
Warren E. Thomas passed the week
end with W. A. T. Bushong on a fish
Mr. and Mrs. Al Cunningham, of The
Dalles, are guests of Mrs. A. S. Young
at Loch Lomond cottage.
Reed Ellsworth, who has been sum
mering in Cannon Beach, was a week
end ffuest of Herbert Sessions.
At the Harmony cottage Mrs. J. A.
Mclntlre is entertaining a house party.
Including Mrs. Clifford Johnson, Mrs.
R. L. Dow and Miss Clara Rivett, of
Nampa, Idaho, for a week.
Miss Myrtle Swearlngen was a week
end guest at the McMahon cottage.
LAKE LYTLE BEACH ATTRACTS
Many Persons Arrive From Portland
and Other Oregon Points.
LAKE LYTLE BEACH, Or., Aug. 29
fSDecial.) The following arrivals
have registered at the Outlook Inn:
Sne.ncer R. McAfee. Mrs. McAfee, Miss
M. V. Dickinson and Mrs. A. D. Warren,
all of Portland, and R. F. Gorham, of
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Clarke, of Hood
River, Or., have opened Rambler cot
tage and have as their house guests
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Brazleton, of Port
land. Visiting at Hart's Content are A. L.
Dorner and Miss Nina Hart, of Port
land. Passing the week-end with Miss En
right at Harmony cottage are Miss
Lina B. James, general secretary of
the Y. W. C. A., and Miss Harriet
Moorehouse, of the woman's depart
ment of the Northwestern National
Bank of Portland.
Mr. White, with his daughter and
niece, of Oregon City, expects to remain
until their home is completed.
GEARHART COTTAGES CLOSING
Golf Tournament Event of Chief Im
portance In Last Ten Days.
GEARHART, Or., Aug. 29. (Special.)
"Goodby Everybody" Is waved from
the cars as each train pulls out, and the
little groups at the stations bid the
eastward travelers farewell. Many of
the cottages are closed or are being
prepared for the Winter, but some will
be kept open until well Into the Fall.
The season has been an unusually gay
one, golf, swimming, riding, dancing
and cards all having their places in the
Gearhart Hotel has been the scene
of much entertainment during the last
ten days, golf, of course, taking tirst
place. During the tournament there
were many Informal tea parties given
by the occupants of cottages. Mrs.
George A. Marshall entertained at a
tea. Tuesday. Mrs. David T. Honey
man was a hostess Friday. Mrs. James
A. Dougherty and Mrs. Chester Griffin
Murphy entertained in a similar man
ner the latter part of the week and
numerous small dinner parties rounded
out the week's gayety. Mr. an Mrs.
Oskar E. Huber were hosts for a Welsh
rarebit supper Friday evening.
The "golf ball," given by the hotel
management Thursday evening In honor
of the participants of the golf tourna
ment, was a delightful affair. Many
young people, who are summering in
Seaside, motored over for the dance.
Prizes were awarded for the hesitation
waltz and the onestep. Mrs. Bert Far
rar, of Seattle, and Charles MacKenzie,
also, of Seattle, won the one-step prize,
and Miss Elizabeth Huber and John
Latourette the prize for the hesitation
Jack Burns is one of the late ar
rivals, and is passing the rest of the
season with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Oskar E. Huber and the
Misses Dorothy, Winnifred and Eliza
beth Huber and Miss Violet Erskins re
turned to Portland Wednesday. Miss
Huber's wedding to Kurt Koehler will
be a brilliant event of September 16.
Mrs. T. J. Mendenhall and Miss Nellie
McKlnley were at the hotel this week.
Mrs. Walter M. Cook and daughters,
the Misses Margaret and Betty, who
have been passing the month of August
at Gearhart Hotel, left Saturday even
ing for Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. John Crouse Banks came
down Saturday to pass the week-end at
Chester G. Murphy also passed the
latter part of the week in Gearhart
with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Hart Joined
their daughter. Miss Sarah Hart, Fri
day, and they are sojourning in Gear
hart for a fortnight visiting Mrs. Henry
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott R. Corbett passed
the week-end in Gearhart at the Smith
cottage. Mrs. Helen i.aau uorDctt ac
companied them as far as Gearhart,
going on to visit friends int Ecola.
Mlss Elizabeth Menefee returned to
Portland Saturday, having been the
guest of Mrs. Charles F. Adams during
the golf tournament.
John K. Kollock also was a week-end
visitor In Gearhart at his cottage In
Hugh Livingstone Is passing the rest
of the season with his family at their
cottage in the meadow.
The Misses Frances and Pauline Titus
left Gearhart last week, after a de
lightful visit with the Micheners in
their meadow cottage.
Mrs. Matthew Lyons was a house
guest of Miss Lillian Morgan during
Saturday evening there was a bridge
party In connection with the regular
week-end hop, and it was a fitting
climax to a brilliant Summer season.
George Pirie and family, who have
been sojourning at Gearhart for a few
months, returned to Portland Thurs
day. Mrs. Albert Caswell and grand
daughter, Miss Helen Vandewater, re
turned to Walla Walla after a delight
ful month's visit with the R. B. Cas
wells. Judge J. P. Kavanaugh spent last
week In Gearhart with his family.
John F. Daly, his brother. Walter O.
Daly; Graham Glass. Sr.. Graham Glass,
Jr.. and their guests, E. T. Whitney
and WMlliam Burke, who participated
in the golf tournament, returned to
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mulder and fam
ily are recent arrivals who are pass
ing the rest of the season at the Beck
man cottage on Ocean avenue.
Mrs. C. T. Whitney, who has been
the house guest of Mrs. James D.
Honeyman during the golf tournament,
passed the week-end at the hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Farrar, of Seattle
passed several days at the Gearhart
Alfred F. Smith returned to Gearhart
Friday and passed a few days at the
Ray M. Small returned last night
to Portland after a week's visit at the
George Ten Eyck, of Portland, also
passed the week-end at Gearhart.
Archie Kingsley, of Portland, passed
several days in Gearhart at the hotel.
Wallace W. Greer, in company with
a couple of friends, enjoyed a camping
trip in Gearhart, the first part of
which was spent at the hotel.
Mrs. J. F. Alexander and daughter;
Miss Virginia, who have been summer
ing in Gearhart, returned to their home
In Portland last week.
LONG BEACH PLEASURES MANY
Card Parties, Camp Fires, Motoring
and Hikes Popular.
LONG BEACH, Wash., Aug. 29. (Spe
cial.) Cards and music formed the
evening's entertainment for a number
of Long Beach cottagers who were the
guests of Mrs. Agnes Knolls Thurs
day evening. Dainty refreshments were
served by the hostess, who was assisted
by Mrs. E. Nickolls. The guest list
Included Mr. and Mrs. E. Nickolls, Mr.
and Mrs. Hugo Behrendsen, Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Tinker, Mr. and Mrs. I. Bar
tholomea, Mrs. W. L. Webster, of Chi
cago, Mre. R. E. Case, Mrs. George Con
way, Mrs. Fred R. Jacobsen, Mrs. Wil
liam Weber, Jr., Mrs. Thomas Ward,
Miss Lolita Tinker, Miss Marvel Case,
Miss Myrtle Miller, Thomas Case and
A group of charming Portland girls
passed Wednesday at Fort Canby. The
party took along a basket luncheon
and enjoyed the day to the greatest ex
tent. Numbered among the picnickers
were Misses Constance Piper, Kathleen
Sealy, Lucile, Margaret and Anna May
Bronough. Margaret and Miriam Hage
dorn, Eve Jacobsen, Verna Barker, Hel
en Adams, Grace McKenzie, Kate Stan-
field, Beatrice and Margaret Porteous.
Mrs. C. Thompson and J. L. Smith
enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. John
Papa at her pretty Tioga home.
At a big bonfire on the beach a jolly
crowd passed a most pleasant evening,
singing, toasting marshmallows and
popping corn. Those who attended
the affair were Mrs. E. I Shaffer, Mrs.
I. McGee, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Nolan,
Mrs. J. Newman, Mrs. A. J. Pllz. Mrs.
Lena Schulz, Mrs. S. Cranotich, Mrs. M.
Greene, Florence and Edward Boyrie,
Helen Newman, Evelyn and Lillie
Hasenmeyer, Ruth, Marian and Alice
Greene, Leona Schulz and Richard Par-
A party of the younger girls chap
eroned by Mrs. J. P. Bronough, went
on a picnic to North Head lighthouse
and Deadman's Hollow Saturday. The
girls were Ruth and Dorothy Connell,
Elizabeth Richardson, Marian Shogren,
Anna May and Margaret Bronough.
Miss Floretta Velguth, of Portland,
is the house guest of Miss Frances
Schade at the "Wide-awake" cottage.
The long, cool days are ideal for
hiking and many groups Journey to
the lighthouses to pass the day pic
nicking. A recent party chaperoned
by Mrs. M. Bell passed Monday at
North Head and Deadman's Hollow.
The picnickers included Norma Mc
Graw, Alice Campbell, Joseph Celes
tine, William Muir and Abe Abrams.
Another affair planned by the same
people was a huge bonfire and marsh
mallow roast and additional guests
were Agnes Nichols. Agnes Campbell,
Florence O'Brien, William Blake, Jay
Fox and Harry Nudleman.
Sojourning at Long Beach are Mr.
and Mrs. B. Fulmer and daughter, Mrs.
C. L St Helen and H. G. St. Helen, all
On Wednesday a party took a picnic
lunch to Deadman's Hollow. Those who
enjoyed the outing were Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. English, Floretta Velguth,
Frances Schade, Mildred Richards,
Irene Keren, J. P. Schade, Leonard. Al
and William Krause and Jack Rose.
In a pretty little cottage at Long
Beach Mrs. Alma Kirschner is domi
ciled for the remainder of the Summer.
Mrs. J. Ira Rutledge and a number
of friends recently passed a delightful
day at Ocean Side, motoring there and
back from Long Beach.
For the pleasure of friends from
Portland, Miss Elaine Gooley planned
a most enjoyable motor trip to the
Life Saving Station and Ocean Park on
Summering at Long Beach is Mrs. D.
Mrs. Frederick R. Jacobsen enter
tained Mrs. W. L Webster, of Chicago,
for a short time at her cottage, "Hal
A number of Long Beach visitors
recently gathered about a big camp fire
which was one of the most successful
of the Summer. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Martin. Mrs. Frank
Schappell, Mrs. George Struthers and
son, George Struthers, Jr., Mrs. C. G.
Williams, Mrs. R. D. Jacobs, Catherine
Lais, Mary and Laura Martin, Matilda
"and Fay Jacobs, Harriet Mehaffety,
Clara Levine, Bessie Levitt, Clara red
bein, J. N. Geening and Eugene Harvey.
Summering at the Driftwood are M.
E. Wiley, Portland; Mrs. W. H. Kelly
and A, W. Kelly, of Vancouver; Flor
BATHERS BRAVE CHILLY BUT BRACING WATER OF MOUN
JOLLY GROUP IN SALMON RIVER NEAR TAWNEY'S MOUNTAIN
ence Drake, Mrs. A. Barker. Blooming
ton; J. L. Smith. Walla Walla; Mrs.
C. E. Thompson, McLean; Josephine Lo
ven, Portland; T. W. Stephens. San
Francisco, and H. T. Brink.
Miss Marvel Case entertained a num
ber of the younger set Monday evening
at an informal dancing party at her
home. Miss Myrtle Miller assisted the
hostess in serving a delicious supper.
Those present were Misses Rose, Mar
garet and Bertha Schacht, Clara
Quinn. Irene Collins. Madeline Stone,
Pauline Jacobsen and Wilson Schiffer.
H. E. Perrin. Jack O'Bryan. E. R. Holt
Cressey Phillips and Frederick Frltsch.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Magurn and Miss
Edith Magurn were week-end visitors
At. T,on:r Beach.
Mrs. Agnes Knoll entertained in a
charming manner Thursday evening at
her Long Beach home, the Knoll, music
songs, card playing and dancing were
followed by supper. The table was dec
orated with dahlias. The guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. E. Nicoll, Mr. and Mrs
Bartholomew. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo
Behrendsen. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Tinker, Mrs. George Conway. Mrs
Thomas Ward, Mrs. R. E. Case, Mrs.
William Weber. Mrs. J. Jacobsen, Miss
Marvel Case, Miss Myrtle Miller and
Mrs. Will Fournier and Masters
James and John are visiting her
mother, Mrs. James Fralney, at her
LAUNCH TRIP BEACH FROLIC
Long Hikes Are Taken by Youth at
BEACH CENTER, Wash.. Aug. 29.
(Special.) One of the events of the
past week was a trip to Sand Island
and Fort Canby taken by a party of
picnickers from Beacn Center. The
trip was made in a launch and was one
of the most successful of the season.
The party included Mrs. G. M. Thor
sen, Mrs. J. Henessy, Miss Ruth Kier
nan. Miss Marie Brady, Miss Viola
Thorsen, Emmett Rathbun, Frank
Kiernan and Alder Nelson.
Not to be outdone by Adrian Wild
man and Harry Gevurtz, who hiked
from Beach Center to Ocean Park and
back In one day last week a trip of
22 miles a number of boys from
Ocean Park walked to Beach Center,
than to North Head and back again
to Ocean Park, making In all about 35
miles. The hikers were William
Haseltine, Arthur Mack, Richard Mont
gomery and Cordey Sendstake.
Miss Kathleen Sealy Is entertaining
Miss Constance Piper at the Sealy
beach home. Neagle Sealy, of New
Zealand, is a house guest at the Sealy
Mrs. Ernest E. Tressler, of Portland,
Is passing a few days as house guest
at the Bartholomea cottage, "Red
Mrs. Frank Kiernan, family and
guests returned to Portland on
Wednesday after passing two months
In the Lawler cottage at Beach Center.
Milton Gevurtz, of Portland, is visit
ing at the home of his parents at
Beach Center for the balance of the
At the W. P. Adams cottage Mr.
Adams and Rudolph Cabell passed a
pleasant week-end. Mrs. Adams and
family will return to Portland on Mon
day, after spending the month of
August at the beach.
The John Barbey cottage was closed
Friday by Mr. and Mrs. Barbey and
daughters. Carrie, Hazel and Frances.
R. B. Knight, of Portland, Is occu
pying his cottage on the boulevard for
Mr. and Mrs. F. Wolff and a party
of friends picnicked at Deadman's Hol
low Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wolff are
summering in their cottage on the
E. Schiller, of Gresham, spent a few
days with his family in their cottage,
"Evergreen," at Beach Center.
J. P. Wlldman, of Portland, was with
his family in their cottage on the bou
levard over the week-end.
Among those who are passing the
Summer days at Sunset Hotel are Mrs.
E. Scott, Isabelle and Alice Scott, Iven
Pease, Alfred Mattern, Hazel E. Crox
ford and Margaret McMorrow, all of
PICNICS POPULAR AT SEA VIEW
Swimming Party and Home Enter
tainments Also Diversions.
SEAVIEW, Wash., Aug. 29. (Special.)-
The desire to enjoy to the
greatest extent the remaining Summer
days has caused an unusual number
of festivities of all kinds to be
planned by the beach visitors. Picnics
seem to be the favorite diversion this
season. One of the most delightful
was taken to North Head and Dead
man's Hollow Monday by a party of
young people of Seavlew. After the
hike the group visited the lighthouse
and then spread a dainty basket lunch
eon in Deadman's Hollow. Those who
took the trip were Gertrude Joys,
Madye and Fern Nickum, Lillian Ken
nedy, Florence Holmes, Harvey Lind
sey, Edward Jackson, Clare MacDou
gall, Wilson SchlfTer and Frederick
An informal meeting at the home of
Mrs. B. L. Stone was an interesting
event of the past week. Dancing and
music were features of the affair,
which proved to be one of the most en
joyable of the season. The guests In
cluded Misses Genevieve and Marian
Coffey, Rose and Bertha Schacht, Ma
rian Martin, Pauline Jacobsen, Made
line and Lillian Stone and Jack O'Bry
an, E. R. Holt, Wilson Schiffer. H. E.
Perrin, Charles Dundore, Alfred and
With a delightful dinner party, Mr.
and Mrs. L Goldsmith celebrated their
25th wedding anniversary Friday.
Mayor H. R. Albee was with his fam
ily over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waller and Miss
Winifred Kendall are enjoying the hos
pitality of Mrs. Frank Somo for a week.
A jolly affair of the week was a
swimming party on Monday to Baker's
Bay. The party included Dorothy Gold- i
smith, Elolse Loewenson. Dorothy Loe
wenson, Berdlne and Florence Catlin,
Frances Lounsbury, Naomi Levy, Flor
ence Nelson and Mary Holmes.
At the Hull cottage MIrs Ruth Trow
bridge, of Portland, is the guest of
Miss Sybil Brown.
Mrs. H. E. Lounsbury was a recent
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilkes.
A Summer visitor at the beach is
Miss Marie Roberts. the charming
daughter of Captain J. H. Roberts, of
Portland. Miss Roberts is the guest of
Miss Margaret Johnson.
A dellgthful house party of last week
was that given by Mrs. Emil Schacht,
who entertained Miss Irene Collins,
Mrs, Martin Schacht, Miss Clara Quinn,
Frances, Mabel and Al O'Brien.
Domiciled In a Shepard cottage are
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Slmonton, of Port
land. Among the Portlanders who were
with their families over the week-end
was Ben F. Greene.
For the balance of the season Mr. J.
White and daughters. Henrietta and
Dorothy, are the house guests of Mrs.
White's' mother. Mrs. Van Delour.
Summering in the Linden cottage are
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Conacher and Miss
Guests at the Hackney cottage were
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Schmidt, of Port
land: H. A. Hoefler, of Aftorla: J. F.
Smith, of Portland; W. T. McKen.ie
and A J. Peterson, of Portland: I 'r. and
Mrs H. R. Brisdorf. A. L Hassler. Mrs.
Jennie L. Schwab, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Fordyce and Flora Gamme, all of Port
land; Mr. and Mrs. John Herring, of
E M. Wingate. of Portland. Is visit
ing his family at their cottage at Sea
vlew. BREAKERS EES TOY TIES MANY
Golf. Tennis Parties and Hakes Oc
cupying Visitors' Time.
BREAKERS, Wash.. Aug. 29. (Spe
cial.) The seventh Breakers tourna
ment, consisting of golf and tennis, has
been the main feature at the Breaker
during the week. Special events were
arranged for the visitors each night.
A big ovster bake on the beach Wednes
day evening was one of the novel
events and a domino party was given
Thursrfn v. ToniKht a bntnuet was
held for all the golf and tennis piny
era. when the numerous cups
trophies were presented,
the visitors will enjoy a
Dr. and Mrs. W. L Northup. of Port
land, arrived for the tennis tournament
Wednesday and will remain for a short
rest at the seashore.
Miss Ruth Gray spent several ditys
at the Breakers as the guest of Miss
Bertha Bertner. of Little Rock. Ark.
Mrs. A. Fllshman and Miss Fllshmati
arrived from Portland Thursday for a
short stay at the Breakers.
Principal James F. Ewlng. of Port
land Academy, and family are at the
Rrvri for the tennis tournament.
Dr. A. L. Ford Warren, of Portland
i anendlne 10 days at this point.
Miss Beatrice Lally Joined Mrs. James
Crr.nln and family. from hpiiK.-ine
Wash.. Friday for a few days' sojourn
at the beach.
Mr B R. r,vtle. Mrs. JainCs A. Ellis
and Miss Johnson arrived from Port
land and are registered at the hotel.
Dr. Joseph Bllderback. wife and
daughter are attending the tournament
Other guests at the Breakers Hotel
are: Werner Breyman. Salem, or.; -Mrs
vi w Pmel. Portland: A. Hush, Jr., Sa
lem, Or.; I. W. Rubin. Portland: E
Galena. Chicago, 111.; H. O. Lytic. Mrs
H W. Foulder. H. W. Hoedee. It. M
Small, R. E. Mullen. G. R. Alexander.
M. C Alexander. E. K. Bucnan ana
wife. Mrs. B. R. Palmer and son, miss
Sumptor. Leo Hahn. J. Mutrroy, a. u.
Wakeman. all of Portland: Percy Gard
iner. Everett. Wash.; K. A. Main. . w
York City; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McGowan
and two children, Ilwaco. Wash.; Miss
Francis Dunbar. Astoria, Or.; Mr. anu
Mrs. M. E. Sinclair, Ilwaco. wash
.Tnhn R. Latourette. Portland; D. B.
Whitman. Astoria: Ralph C. Gorrlll
Oakland. Cal.; Mrs. W. M. Seward, Miss
Grace Seward, Portland; Mrs. K. I.
Stafford, Clare Shannon, Seattle,
Wash.; James Shives, Josephine Mil
ler and Ruth 8tipe, all of Portland.
NEWPORT CROWDS DEPARTING
Season Is Drawing to End and Ex
odus of Vacationists Is On.
NEWPORT, Or., Aug. 29. (Special.)
The Summer season at this beach Is
waning rapidly. Although there are by
far more people here than at this time
last year, nevertheless the exodus of
vacationists and Summer residents has
been rapid during the last week.
The principal event of the week was
the public clambake given on the bay
beach, near the north Jetty, Sunday
afternoon. More than BOO persons came
for the day from various valley cities
on the two excursion trains.
Mme. June Reed, of New York, vio
linist, gave her second concert of the
season Tuesday evening at the Log
Cabin. Mme. Reed's selections Included
both classical and popular music. She
was assisted by Mrs. Ambrose Mlddle
ton.N of Eugene, mezzo-soprano. and
Miss Alicia McElroy. pianist. Mrs. Mld
dleton Is an Instructress In the school
of music at the University of Oregon.
Complimenting the Misses Agnes M.
Pltchford and Margaret McClalleen, of
Roseburg. Mrs. Clark Barger enter
tained at dinner last Sunday at the
MacClellan Lannlng. of Portland, was
among the first-of -the-week arrivals at
Mrs. Mildred R. Brooks, Republican
nominee for County Recorder of Ma
rion County, who has been passing the
Summer at this resort, will leave Mon
day for her home In Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. L L. White and children,
of Albany, are domiciled in a cottage
at Sea Crest for two weeks.
Mrs. John M. French, of Albany, who
has been passing the Summer at the
Redfleld cottage, Nye Beach, Uavea
Monday for her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Wllaen. of
Salem, are Included imonf the many
Marlon County people who are enjoy
ing the late Summer beauties of Nye
Rev. John H. Boyd and A. S. Patullo.
of Portland, arrived a few day
after a five days' "hike" down the
beach from Seaside.
Mr. and Mrs. G. it. Chrlsman and bod.
Chester, reached the beach the for
part of the week for a few days' so
journ. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. ake, who have
been at the Nieolal, departed the first
of the week for their Portland home.
Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Starr and chil
dren have returned to Portland after
a two weeks' stay at Rose Cttjr.
Professor Louis Max Illckcrnell, of
Mcadsvllle, Pa., leaves tomorrow for
Syracuse. N. Y.. where he has accepted
the chair of biology In Syracuse Uni
versity. Mrs. Mabel Robertson, of Snlem. la
the house guest of Mrs. William Burs
hardt, Jr., at the Metcalf cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Prltehsrd. of
Portland, are st the Sea Crest for a
Jerome Fulop, of Portland, arrived
the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Rurknell. of Co
burg, are located In one of the tent
houses at Tent City for two weeks.
Mrs. Walter L. Tooze and daughter.
Ethel, of Salem, who have been passlnf
several weeks at the Harkleroad cot
tage, leave tomorrow for their home.
Mrs. Charles K Bilyeu has returned
to her home In Dallas after enjoying
an outing at the seaside.
Miss Emma llergniann, of Albany,
was Included among the Monday de
partures. Miss Genevieve Tllley. of forvallls.
arrived Tuesday and Is at the Hotel
J. N. Sknlffe. a member of the City
Council of Salem, and family left Tues
day for their home by automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E Armlstead
and daughter. Mary, of Portland, th
rived Monday for a short vacation.
Charles O. Wilson departed Monday
for his home In Salem. Mrs. Wilson
will remain for a few .lavs longer.
Mrs. F. M. Youngs and daughter.
Evelyn, of Milwsukle. sro passing sev
eral days at the Nieolal.
H. C. Prudliomme, of Portland. I
passing MVarml days at the Damon.
Miss olive Metcalf. of Salem, has
arrived for a visit with her parents.
hi Mr II KIX1KT.
AirTOMOMUaTH M' 1,11 K''"
Utncnon The gateway to the scenle
IViCUrUnU myotic laka of America,
concealed In tho ancient crater of Mount
Mazania on the summit of the (.ascaaeo.
7000 feet above sea Uvel, la six miles m
diameter. 23 miles of sheer precipitous
sky line 2000 feet above the surface or
the water, stockod with gamey rsln
bow trout welching 3 to fc pounds. The
80-mlle trip from MEPFORD Is on of
extreme pleasure and delight, over Cf4
roads through the great sugar MM
forests along the turbulent Hogu
River, with Ideal camping places n
T o camps maintained within th
PARK for accommodation and sup
pile. A tri-weeklv auto-stag sorvl.e.
leaving Medford Monday. Wednesday
and Friday at 8 A. M. Hound trip 111
One and oue-thlrd far on all rullroads
lu Oregon. Washington and Idaho.
You Srill enjoy th trip through th
famous orchards of the Rogue Rlvsr
Write for descriptive booklet of
CRATER LAKH NATIONAL. PARK.
ui:m oiiii rllll 1 lAli club,
MOUNT HOOD RESORTS
M CROSKEY'S MT. HOOD AUTO
leaves dally for Government Cam
and way points, three atagea dally.
For reservations rkeae lM .
111 Uinlk'iM tre. 3 Maw.
RELIANCE MT. HOOD
Dully tu Mt lloutl icsort.. K. T. $;
Gov Csinp. S7.5U. iwcll round trip. or
more. Ilicluillna hotel si"l su!a lo sum
nut 111 ch. itesrrvaiionn. Ucki aaa
intormstlou st llOL'TLliDUlS BJBK1J li
KLUliAL CO.. lull Second BL PHONES:
MAIN SHitt. A 3S11. ur Hellene .
lotu Bawiaerae v. l'hon Tabor v4.
Ecola, Cannon Beach, Or.
The Only nntl on the trees Vwt.
We give special attention to our
dining-room service make a spe
cialty of ea foods. The best ac
commodations and service to be had
on Cannon Beach. Auto-stage mu
all trains. Write for rates.
M. S. WARREN,
OVERLOOKING THE OCEAN.
SEASIDE. CLATSOP BEACH. OR.
Rooms with or without bath. Hot
salt water baths and surf bathing.
Hecreation pier for fishing. Sea food
specialty. Grill in connection. Muaio
and dancing every evening.
DAN J. MOORE. Prop.
special hi:im on n vri:. beginning
September 1. $3. $3.50 and 14 per day.
September Is the most beautirul
onth at the beach; surf bathing at Its
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CHAS. II. ROWI.UY. Manager.
10OV4 Koiirlh ntrrrt.
THAT DELIGHTFUL BEACH HOME
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tnts : ft aulet. I oroilk out In.. i.bv o
looking- th ocan; lut ymmr our accommo
dations ware tsd to capacity; tarvr r-
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