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TITTS SUNDAY OREGOXTAN, .PORTLAND. TfOVE3rBER 7. 1915.
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vember 15. when every visitor to our
building will receive one large perfect
Oregon apple. Mrs. Eleanor Martin
presented Governor and Mrs. Withy
combe with a handsome basket of flow
, EVENTS OF THE WEEK.
Tuesday evening the Llco Club of
Xilpman, Wolfe & Company, a social
club formed of the company employes,
gave a most delightful halloween
party in the welfare hall on the sev
enth floor of the Lipman, Wolfe build
ing:. The evening was passed dancing and
playing games. elicious refreshments
were served. A short programme
composed of a short talk by W. F.
Lipman, a reading by Miss Pugh, a
monologue by Mr. Christopher and a
few selections by the store quartet
The feature of the dancing was the
"prize waltz," won by Miss Garretson
and Mr. Fyne.
The members of the club are: Miss
N. Tregrenza, chairman; Miss Sherman,
assistant chairman; Miss W. Garretson,
Miss N. Harrison, Mrs. S. Crowder,
Miss A. Sullivan. Miss A. Woods. Miss
Z. Shafer, Miss G. Oberg, Miss Lewis
&nd Miss F. Jackson.
Marshland, one of the scenic spots on
the Columbia Highway, was the scene
of a very successful Halloween party
Saturday night. The district boasts of
a substantial building consisting of
two rooms, one used for the school
room, the other as a community hall for
entertainments, clubs and church work.
The entertainment was given under
the auspices of the Women's Junket
Club, with the assistance of the pupils
in the school, under the leadership of
the teacher. Miss Jennie Love.
At the beginning of the programme
A grafonola was presented to the
school by the club. Mrs. I. W. Tandy,
the president, gave an Interesting ad
dress explaining the purpose of the
organization and what they expect to
accomplish In the way of improvements
and progressiveness now that the Co
lumbia Highway has become an estab
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pfaender enter
tained with a ' delightful Halloween
party at their home, 1560 Fast Everett
etreet, Saturday evening. The evening
was spent playing five hundred.
The house was decorated with
Autumn leaves, corn and Jack-o'lan-terns.
Grinning features of witches
and eohlinn neered from everv nook
and corner. A very attractive ghost I
greeted the guests upon their arrival.
Mrs. Arthur H. Hand and Miss Leona
Clemens aesisted the hostess.
The guests included: Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
H. Hand, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mathena,
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Steele, Mr. and
Mrs. Valentine Hinkle, Misses Freda
Pfaender. Leona Clemens. Kosa K.lein,
Beryl Camp, and Henry Pfaender, Karl
Klein and Carl Pfaender.
A pleasant evening was passed re
cently when the K. D. S. gave their
Halloween party at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Jamieson (Irene
Wilson). The rooms were prettily
decorated in orange and black with
cornstalks in the various corners. Sev
eral games suggestive of Halloween
were played and pretty prizes given.
Later in the evening pumpkin pie and
cider were served. Those taking part
in the enjoyment were: Kathryn
Sherod, Ruth Bitner, Nell Mugler, Annie
Johnston, Gertrude Conroy, Elizabeth
Jngles, Jeanie Johnston, Venus Morgan,
Carrie Johnstoiv, Pauline Wilson,
Itachael Rowlands, "Mrs. Rose Blood and
Harry Jamieson, Arley Charter, Bob
Bremner, Varner McCormack, Jess
Quails. John Bolich, Bert Roberts,
Wayne Pickler, Alpha Bolich, Ralph
Jones and Eugene Tuomy, with Mrs.
Hanna and Mrs, Held as chaperons.
The home of Miss Josephine Lewis
was the scene of a delightful Hal
loween party Saturday night. The
house was artistically decorated in
Halloween colors and Autumn leaves,
everything being arranged to suggest
spookiness. Miss Minerva Holbrook
assisted in receiving the guests. Music,
dancing and games were the diversions
of the evening, after which a supper
was served. The invitation list in
cluded the Misses Ina Irvine, Arlene
Slatten. Minerva Holbrook, Josephine
Lewis, Jessie Laird, Dorothy Toe. Mar
garet Studor. Marian Ashby, Lucile
Hickox, Dorothy Warner and Andree
Patro, and Charles Holbrook. William
Enke. Carl Burgard. George Baker,
Morgan Staten, Clyde Zollers, Joe Carl
son. Dezere Patro, Robert Lamar and
Miss Judie Remllnger was hostess
for a merry party last week at the
home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G.
Remllnger, 876 Haight avenue.
The house was decked with goblins,
witches, black cats and all the fan
tastic novelties of the season, together
with warm-tinted foliage and blossoms.
A delicious supper was served, and the
guests played games and danced dur
ing the evening.
Those present were Anna Ellison,
Beth Beier, Clara Sommers. Anna
Houser. Ada Mankurta. Melba Hudson,
Ruth Grayson, Rose Sommers; Messrs.
James R. Ellison, Harry P. Mitchell,
William A. Schnoeder, Edward Scheer,
Arthur C. Bomfeld. Leo M. Fishel. Ed
wia Andgross, J. Beier. J. Remllnger.
An artistic and charming event of
the week was a Halloween, party pre
sided over by the Misses Marie
Boroughs and Julia Smith, at the home
PRETTY HOME WEDDING
XX. AND MRS. VICTOR OLLIVER.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Olliver. of Albany, were married at the home of the
bride's aunt. Mrs. James Jeffries, in Hood River, on Sunday, October 24. The
bride was Miss Mildred Virginia Slonaker. of Farmland, Ind., and the bride
groom is a prominent lawyer of Albany. Or.
After the wedding the bridegroom's brother, Charles J. Olliver. 787 East
Glisan street, entertained with a wedding supper. It was an elaborate af
fair, a general decorative scheme of yellow and green being developed with
chrysanthemums, palms, ferns, and Autumnal foliage.
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of the latter, 4320 East Forty-seventh
street. Dancing, music and Halloween
"stunts" were enjoyed until a late
hour. The home was decorated with
Autumn leaves, colored streamers and
pumpkins. A dainty repast was served
during the evening.
The guests present were the Misses
Lucile Philips, Margarete Porter, Jene
Gorter, Cecil Murphy, Hazel Boroughs,
Mabel Boroughs, Irene Fitzgerald,
Irene Steele. Isabelle Steele. Emma
Fleck, Lois Humphreys, Evelyn Daven
port. Marian Hagen and the Messrs.
James W. Carlton, William Smith.
Paul Kuhl. Glen Shoemaker, Jess
Phillips, Mark Teoman, Frances
Dorney, Carl Bramhall and Fred E.
A pleasant surprise party was given
to Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Schroeder at their
new home, 1066 East Ninth street
North, commemorating their tenth an
niversary. About 30 were present.
Music was a feature of the afternoon.
HELD AT HOOD RIVER.
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Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. F.
W. Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Lenicker,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Daniels, Captain and
Mrs. S. S. Dalby, H. Schroeder-, Mr. and
Mrs. Mardorf, Mrs. M. Hyde, - Miss
Gladys Hyde, Mrs. Herman Schroeder,
Mr. and Mrs. Krutzen. Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Callahan, Frederick Anicker, Mrs.
L. Zinsley, Mrs. M. Toelle, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Koch, Miss Zelah Davis. Misses
Irene and Fay Daniels and Hardwell
A merry masquerade party was en
joyed at the home of Miss Vance Satur
day night in Richmond. Halloween
colors prevailed throughout. Dancing
and games were the diversions of the
evening. Those present were: Emma
Garbade. Kareen Lassen. Lilla Giles,
Marion Weiss, Albert Smedley, Endora
C6wan. Marie Bisbee. Lois Muir. Ivdith
Driver. Elizabeth Peterson, Lily Hart
man, Rachel Royer, Helen Watt, Eliza
beth London, Elvira Thurlow, Donald
Bates. Cornelius Gearin, Stewart Weiss,
Walter Rich. Stewart Tucker. Donald
Coman, Allc Watt. Alve Young, George
Hartmftn, Wallace Hofer and Engene
An enjoyable event of the past week
was a Halloween party given at the
home of Miss Ida Robinson, 438 Third
street, on Friday evening. The house
was decorated prettily with Autums
leaves and Halloween colors. The
evening was spent playing games and
dancing, after which a supper was
served. Those present were: Misses
Elnora Edman. Jean Hastie. Alma
Wright, Ruby Steinberg, Pauline Ap
pleton. Rose Brounstein. Ida Robinson
and Bert Rosenthal, Arlo Welles, Rus
sel Morris, Ed Werfel, George Hearle
and Jack K-olfe.
U-re-ka Card Club met Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. A.
Gill, card honors falling to Mrs. Theo
dore Habikost and Mrs. Emil Schacht.
fellow chrysanthemums and white cos
mos made pretty decorations. A dainty
collation was served.
Those wresent were: Mrs. F. E. Dis
brow, Mrs. B. F. Padrick, Mrs. M. L.
Johnson, Mrs. Theodore Habikost, Mrs.
Emil Schacht, Mrs. B. C. Wagner, Mrs.
J. H. Boon, Mrs. E. C. Kroll. Mrs. J. A.
Versteeg, Mrs Louisa Williams, Miss
Ada Taylor and W. A. Gill. The club
will meet Wednesday, November 17.
with Mrs. Theodore Habikost, 508 East
A gay Halloween party was given at
the home of Miss Elaine Horn. 926 East
Davis street, Saturday evening.
Ferns, Autumn leaves and Virginia
creeper were used effectively as deco
rations throughout the house.
Black cats, witches and ghosts were
much In evidence, and after games and
music, a delicious supper was served.
Those present were: Marjory Bless
ing, Dorothy Churchill, Camille Burton,
Carol Inderbitzen. Beatrice Morrow.
Weldon Horn, Louise McCtirdy, Harriot
Sayles, Alma Churchill. Marjorie Vig
gers, Georgia Blessing and Elaine
Miss Dorothy Guild, of Honolulu, Is
the house guest of Miss Wlnnifred
Wilson, who entertained for her with
a dancing party at the Laurelhurst
Club 'ast week. Autumn leaves and
Halloween favors decked the rooms.
The hostess was assisted by her sister.
Miss Gertrude Wilson, and Misses
Lena and Mary Payne.
Miss Lina Linehan contributed to
the evening's entertainment with sev
eral vocal solos.
Miss Guild has been here a fortnight
and will leave this week for a visit
to the Fair. She has been entertained
nformally with motoring parties and
luncheons during the past few days.
The Misses Hazel Wood and Edith
Potter, assisted by Miss Helen Wood
burn and Miss May Harris, of Kelso,
Wash., entertained with a delisrhtful
nalloween party Friday afternoon at
East Tenth and East Weidler streets
in honor of their kindergarten class.
Fifty little folks from Irvlngtoiv
Ladd's Addition and Alameda Park at
tended ana enjoyed games, songs.
marches and stories. Miss Potter is a
graduate of the National Kindergarten
College, of Chicago, where Misses Wood
and woodburn expect to enter next
Mr. and Mrs. James Reich, of New
fork, were guests of honor for the at
tractive dinner given bv Mrs. C. A.
Virgil, 324 East Thirteenth street
North, on Tuesday. Ferns and scarlet
salvia adorned the table, around which
were seated Mr. and Mrs. Reich. Mr. and
Mrs. c K. Richton, Professor and Mrs.
w. L. Pratt. Mrs. C. Marquis. Mrs. C.
M. Lee, F. Root and the hostess.
The Reichs are on their wedding
trip, touring the Pacific Coast.
CANYON VI LLE. Or.. Nov. 6. SDe
eial.J A reception was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. McGilvray
last nignt in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
S. L. Wills, who returned vesterdav
from their wedding trip. The rooms
were decorated prettily with chrvsan-
tnemums. Mrs. Wills is the vounsr
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McGil
vray. About 50 guests were present.
A surprise was given A. B. Horton
at his home- 1915 East Stark street
Saturday night. In honor of his 67th
Dirtnaay. The house was decorated
with ivy and white dahlias. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. A. R
Horton, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Horton,
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Merrlam, Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Hancock. Violet Quick,
Lester V. Horton, Harry Horton.
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In honor of Miss Dorothy Nudelman.
a November bride. Miss Gussie Welser
entertained at her home with a Hal
loween dinner party, last Sunday. The
rooms were decorated gaily for the oc
casion with Halloween symbols, the
table cinterplece being a carved pump
kin filled with the fruits of the sea
son. -Covers were laid for 12.
A pleasant evening was passed at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlra
Curtis, of Creston. Wednesday evening.
xne nouse was artistically decked
with Halloween novelties, and the
evening was passed playing games.
Music was furnished by an orchestra
A gay assembly of young folk gath
ered at the ballroom of the Portland ,
Hotel last Thursday night for the in
itial party of the 1915-16 season given
by the popular dancing club. The Ar
cadians. Plans for a reorganization
of the club at a meeting to be held at
the hotel Monday night were reecived
The floor was thronged with dancers,
who essayed many of the season's new
steps. By popular request an unmod
ernized waltz and two-step were also
on the program. A feature was a
get-acqualnted" dance, at the con
clusion of which the young people
formed in a circle and at a signal the
young men and women circled in op
posite directions, greeting each as
they passed with a hand-shake and
cordial " good evening." 1
During an intermission Judge Arthur
C. Dayton, and Frederick L. Carlton,
retiring club president, made brief
talks on the club plans for the coming
year, and announced the meeting of
members for Monday night.
Among those present were: Misses
Dorothy Bliss, Margaret O'Shea, Anne
Dillinger. Marie Dooley, Marjorla Mc
Collom. Hazel Doyle, Charlotte Pat
terson, Ruth Johns, S. Thompson, Ruth
Dundas, Mary Suttle. Margaret Dixon,
Alice Ormandy. Bolona Clary, N. Derby-
ATTRACTIVE VANCOUVER GIRL ANNOUNCES BETROTHAL
TO PORTLAND MAN.
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MISS BERTHA KOLZER.
At an informal afternoon party, at which she entertained the Lae
tare Girls' Club, recently. Miss Bertha Kolzer, of Vancouver, Wash.,
announced her engagement to O. R. Axley, son of Professor J. F. Axley,
of Salem. .The bridegroom-elect is an employe of the O.-W. R. & N.
in the accounting department.
Miss Kolzer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kolzer, former
residents of Portland. She is socially popular in her set. The wedding
will take place next Spring. The announcement was made on Aut
umn leaves inscribed with the names of the engaged pair.
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shire, Mazie Creighton, Elolse H. Hall,
Axa G. Paget, and Doris Elkington;
Messrs. H. M. Tomlinson, J. H. Myers,
R. Schwartz, Radford R. Shawcross,
W. B. Doyle, Ralph De Lano, Joseph
Cosgrove. A, Waller. C. E. Travillion,
Adolph J. Unna. O. Wikander, R. H.
Painter, J. H. Suttle, Jerrold Owen,
L. M. Clady. Stuart McQueen, C. W.
Cather, R. W. Moore, J. A. Ormandy,
R. J. Clary. E. E. Groat, R. W. Blakely,
Raymond K. Maynard and F. L. Carl
ton; and Mesdames and Messrs. W. L.
Cornell, Arthur C. Dayton, James H.
Abrey, A. P. fRufner and Russel H.
Mrs. O. P. Johnson gave a pretty
Halloween luncheon Friday, a feature
of the affair being the dressing of
dolls after luncheon. Prises were
awarded for the best-dressed doll to
Mrs. W. Deaver. and Mrs. D. Van Tyne,
honorable mention being given to Mrs.
W. Gray, Mrs. R. Sengsnick, and Mrs.
O. Pallett.. Mrs. C. Rood and Mrs. H.
Meyers sang a duet, and Miss J.
Stipes contributed several instrumen
tal numbers. Miss Stipes and Miss Mil
dred Johnson also played a duet.
The rooms were decked with white
and yellow flowers. Assisting the
hostess were Mrs. P. Sorenson. Mrs.
C. R. Long, Mrs. N. Long, and Miss
About 60 friends of Mr. and Mrs.
George F. Gardner. 670 East Oak
street, were entertained at a Halloween
party Monday night. Dancing, refresh
ments in abundance and appropriate
games were the order of the entertain
ment. The house was beautifully dec
orated and some splendid lighting ef
fects were attained.
The Alameda Tuesday Club were
guests at the home of Mrs. G. Sieber
ber, Hamilton and Twenty-sixth
streets, Tuesday evening Their hus
bands and several friends of the host
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cMercKnJo of cJ Merit
ess accompanied them. The hours were
passed in merrymaking and the fun
grew like Jack's Meanstalk after Mrs.
Stone and her committee had separated
the company into groups of witches,
spooks, cats, -bats, owls and pumpkins.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Miles K. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. S. F.
Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Gilliam, Mr.
and Mrs. H, B. Oakleaf, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Porter, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Pre
ble, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. James, Mr. and
Mrs. George S. Reid. S. Roberts, Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Staley, Mr. and Mrs. I.
and E. K. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Shu
man, Mr. and Mrs. Captain L. Shawer,
Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Stone, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Varmy, Rev. and Mrs. A.
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sieberger,
Mrs. Katheron Westanay. . Outside
guests were. Mr. and '. Mrs. Faville,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sieberger, Mrs. El
len Crippen, Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. A. . A.
Wilkins. The next regular meeting of
the club will be at the home of Rev.
Oswald Taylor, Twenty-ninth Btreet
near Brice street.
One of the most successful parties of
the week was given at the home of
Bliss Bernadine Michaels, 359 East
orty-eighth street. It was a mas
querade affair which brought out many
bright and novel costumes. The bouse
was decorated to represent a woodland,
which was quite unique in effect. Many
new and interesting games were played,
dancing also being an Important part
of the programme of the evening. C.
J. Parker was the funmaker of the
evening. Interesting those present with
his elver impersonations. - Carl Prior
played many selections at the piano,
while C. W. Green and Raymond Han
sen offered vocal numbers. Prizes for
the best-dressed couple went to Miss
Gustave Savink and Albert Decrival.
Those present were: Percy Barber,
Albert Decrival. Raymond Hansen.
Chester May, George Good, Carl Prior,
Ruth Hansen, Harold May, Donna
Graham. May Metty, Virginia Volts,
Conway Henwood, Berehia O'Neil,
Chester Parker, Darrell Ellis, Clarence
Green, Atdy Michaels. Ward Kearna.
Ora Decrival, Benjamin Goldstine, Vera
Thornley, Bernadine Michaels, Amsy
Michaels, Cecil Laird, Gustave Savink,
Winifred McKonkey and Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Hazel.
Utopia Rebekah Lodge. Independent
Order of Oddfellows, is giving a hard
times social next Thursday. An ex
cellent programme and good time, with
cam games, is planned.
On Monday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Marks, 432 East
Thirty-first street, a delightful musical
entertainment and. birthday party was
given in nonor or Mrs. Marks.
Music was furnished by Mrs. Beulah
Ball and Mrs. Ethel Hamblin, whose
interpretations of Beethoven and. Cho
pin were most inspiring.
Vocal selections were rendered by
miss Gillian Maris, Mrs. Marks, L. F.
Lakin, R. Casebeer and Mrs. Beulah
After the entertainment, refresh
ments were served at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Lakin. 415 East Thirty
first street, where the surprise of the
evening awaited the guests. The rooms
were decorated with chrysanthemums
and wreaths of holly and fern. Upon
the rining-room table was the birth
day cake, lighted with candles.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Marks. Lillian Marks. Dollle
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WIDER THE SKIN
It has been proven by the world's
greatest authorities that hair Is bound
to grow out coarser and stlffer after
eacn removal unless It is devitalized. It
is impossible to devitalize hair with
pastes and rub-on preparations, because
they only remove hair from the surface
ot me sain.
DeMiracle. the original liquid depila
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Imitations of DeMiracle are as worth
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Marks. Delia Hall, Mrs. Beulah Bali.
Otto Rietz. R. Casebeer, Miss Corlte
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and Mrs. L. F. Lakin, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Byron, George Johnson, R. Bullock,
George Castaday, George Behnke, Miss
Lydia Kingsley and J. T. Loofbourow.
A most enjoyable Halloween parlfy
was given in the parlors of the First
Presbyterian Church Friday evening
by members of the Warren Bible class.
This class, counting hundreds of wide
awake young women, entertained their
friends in a manner most hospitable.
The parlors were decorated very ef
fectively with festooning of yellow
ribbon and bunches of marigolds. Yel
low tlowers were also used in vases
Appropriate games, in which black
cats featured, largely kept the young
people in a happy mood. Miss Mabel
Ri&gs sang several selections in her
usually charming manner and respond
ed graciously to the hearty encores.
Dr. John H. Boyds was one of the 200
merry-makers and entered most heart
ily tnto all the plans for a gocxr time.
The welfare of the young people of
I his church has entered largely into
I his plans for the year and his personal
Interest Is bearing fruit.
The hostesses of the evening were
Miss Angela L. Warren, Miss Harriet
Billings, Miss Iva Henderson, Miss
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Nothing excites more criticism than
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sallowness and roughness, and gives the
skin a smooth, velvety tone, while it
does not rub off easily like powdef,
nor does it show on the skin. L
By washing the hair with a tea
spoonful of canthrox dissolved in a
cup of hot water, afterward rinsing
thoroughly with clear water, one finds
that it dries quickly and evenly, is un
streaked, bright, soft and very fluffy,
so fluffy. In fact, that it looks more
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arranging it becomes a pleasure. This
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