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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN. PORTLAND, NOVEMBER 7, 1915.
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Perle Alvservey, assisted by a large
bevy of young ladies who nerved re
freshments and. managed the social
features of the evening.
One of the most unique Halloween
parties of the season was a masquerade
dance given by the J. U. G. Club at the
home of Miss Esther Zimmerman.
The attractive decorations made a
pleasing background for the guests'
The music was furnished by a colored
orchestra. Miss Jannette West honored
the guests with solo dances.
Among those,, present were: Miss
Genevieve Keller, Miss Beth Ludlum.
Miss Jannette West, Miss Vera Har
ringotn, Miss Ethel Chase, Miss Sadie
Bantield, Miss Alta lnman. Miss Gladys.
Morgan, Miss Agnes Torgler. Miss
Constance Davis, Miss Mabelle Holmes,
Miss Rita Lind, Miss Esther Zimmer
man, Miss Tirzah McMillen, Miss Dor
othy Bliss, Miss Margaaret Fisk, Wal
lace McTarnahan, George Latimer, Ed
Pearson, Clarke Webster, Orville Gam
ble. Al Latimer, Earle Hammond, Ken
neth Morrison. Lloyd Vermillion, Leon
l'"aber. Earl Zimmerman, Stuart Zim
merman, Manley Treece, Jack Fisk, Al
Cutler, Robert Hughson.
The Misses Vira Graves and Emily
Karg entertained with a masquerade
house party at the home of Miss Karg,
604 Nehalem avenue, Saturday night.
The decorations were suggestive of
Halloween, effectively carried out In
Autumn leaves, witches, ghosts and
Koblins. Games and dancing were en
joyed, after which a supper was served.
Miss Hazel Graves cleverly recited
poetry during the evening.
First prize was awarded. Miss Delia
Johannejen for the prettiest costume.
She was dressed as & Spanish dancer.
Second and third prizes fell to Charles
Blackburn and Andrew Albright.
The guests present were as follows:
Misses Esther Carlson, Frances Sulli
van, Velma Werst, Delia Joliannesen,
Hazel Graves, Mrs. Belle Lytle, and
"William Karg, Clarence Amoth, Charles
Blackburn, Kmil Karg, Myron ' Cage,
Andrew Albright, Paul Crandall,
Charles Spicklemier, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Karg and Mr. and Mrs. P. Holl-
The home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Lope. 7620 Sixty-fourth avenue South
cast, was the scene of a surprise party
on Saturday night when a number of
friends gathered to celebrate Mr.
The rooms were artistically deco
rated with. Rotten plants. Autumn
leaves and evergreens. From the
chandeliers hung festoons of nastur
tiums. C. K. Butters, on behalf of the
friends assembled, presented Mr. Lope
with a suitable token of friendship and
remembrance. The evening was
passed in games, story telling and
music, Neil Robertson rendering a
number of piano selections.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. F.
B. Rutherford. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Val
entine, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowman,
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Butters, Mr. and
Mrs. Bllton Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. William
Lope, the Misses Elsie Strang, Beulah
Miller and Essie Strang and Neil M.
The annual reception of President
and Mrs. Ackerman on Saturday even
ing in the parlors of Normal Hall was
the most brilliant social affair of the
Kchool year. The spacious reception
rooms of Normal Hall were decorated
with Autumn leaves, yellow chrysan
themums and ferns. The large dining
room, where the guests were served,
was decked with clematis and English
Ivy. and the serving tables in smilax
and Cecil Rruner roses. The music, fur
nished by the Studenmeyer Orchestra,
of Salem, was interspersed with violin
solos by Mrs. Holman. of Salem, and
vocal solos by Mrs. Delphine Marx,
Portland's favorite contralto, which
added much to the enjoyment of the
President and Mrs. Ackerman were
assisted in the reception rooms by sev
eral attractive students. In addition
to the faculty and students, there were
a number of out-of-town guests
Honoring Miss Ruth Patricia Wood
cock, tiancee of George Grinnell, Miss
Dorothy Donaldson entertained with a
delightful shower Thursday night at
which about 30 of Miss Woodcock's
close friends were present. It was an
entirely unique, and original evening
and, the bride-to-be was the recipient
Of many beautiful gifts.
The bride-elect is a charming: and
attractive maid of the younger set and
3s popular In social circles. Mr. Grin
nell is a popular clubman of this city
and is temporarily established in busi
ness at Astoria, Or.
Miss Woodcock will be entertained
extensively, as many charming affairs
are oeing planned in ner honor, among
wnicn win oe an evening lor the en
gaged couple for which her cousin.
Miss Helen Woodcock, will be hostess
to their many friends.
Mrs. Elizabeth Dupue and Mrs.
Bertha Perkins were hostesses at the
home of the former Thursday after
noon for the Maccabees Club. Chry
santhemums and dahlias were used to
decorate the rooms. Cards were the
diversion of the afternoon. 600 being
piayea. Honors leu to Mrs. Carri
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Miss Edith Fenwick entertained
with a Halloween party Novem
ber 6 for u number of her little
friends. Many funny Halloween
games were played and a happy
time was had by all.
Those present were: Vivian
Cole, Elizabeth Cole. Georgia
Rainey. Jean Imogen Macquetn,
Shirley McGuire. Helen Lovran-i.-h,
Bessie Davey. Helen Smith,
Francis Smith. Mollie Becker,
Margaret Reese, Margaret Young)
Ada Fenwick. John Young, Billie
Miller. Edward Miller and Edwin
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MISS HELEN M'GVIRB, HOUSE
Courter and Miss Gladys Perkins. A
collation followed the games. The
guests were Mesdames A. Kunz, J.
Kunz. A. Irwin, May Lameraux, Gard
ner, W. T. Lyons. J. H. Dixon, W. K.
Merrill, Crosby, Carrie Courter. Jennie
Utter, A. L. Peters, -W. H. Jameson, J.
F. Conolly. Gladys Perkins, E. G. Con
trite, Susie Tonulson and C. H. Bliss.
The club will be entertained next at
the home of Mrs. Bertha Perkins, 545
Grand avenue South. Thursday after
noon, November 18. All Maccabees
and friends invited. ,
Miss Irene Reynolds entertained the
Philathea Class of Atkinson Memorial
Congregational Church, with a Hal
loween party Saturday. The house
was decorated in Halloween colors, j
while fortune telling was the' special
attraction of the evening. Parlor
panics were pl:yed. the prizes being
won. by Ruth Carlson and Cornelia
Lindle. When the time came for re
freshments the girls were asked to
form In line and they were led by a
witch to the Halloween spread.
The members of the class who en
joyed Miss Reynold's hospitality wer
Anne Smith, Helen Gloss. Vera Creigh
ton, Molly Fitting, Daisy Hendrickson,
Margaret Parton, Verna Hoffman, , Lil
lian Hassinmier, Ruth Carlson, Mona
Bryan. Freda Stephens, Cornelia
Lindle and Mrs. Wheaton.
The Past Matrons' Club of Caraelia
Chapter, O. E. S.. was delightfully en
tertained Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. F. A. Van Kirk, 643 East
Fiftieth street. Decorations for the oc
casion were large vases of lavender
and yellow chrysanthemums. ' Mrs. B.
S. Van Kirk assisted the hostess in
serving dainty refreshments.
Members who enjoyed the afternoon
were: Mrs. L. M. Davis, Mrs. W. S.
Cutler, Mrs. A. H. Trego, Miss Nellie
McKinley, Miss Paul Kreyer, Mrs.
Angus Graham. Mrs. Lawrence Phil
lips, Mrs. I. T. Mason. Mrs. A. E. Poul
sen, Mrs. G. A. Johnson, Mrs. G. E.
Hamaker and the hostess. Additional
guests were: Mrs. Lula Hamlin and
Mrs. George W. Dean. The club meets
December 2 with Mrs. G. A. Johnson,
643 Sherwood Drive.
One of most enjoyable affairs of this
year's Halloween season was the party
given Saturday evening by Mr. and Mrs.
D. Z. Irvin at their home, 721 East
Sixty-first street, in Rose City Park.
The house was artistically and appro
priately decorated with pumpkins.
grain. Autumn leaves and so forth.
The guests entered into the usual Hal
loween games with a zest.
Prizes were won by Mrs. W. H.
Thompson, L. P. Richardson and O. H.
Irvin. Enjoying this delightful party
were Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson, Mr. and
Mrs. D. B. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Nell, Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Richardson
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. G. M.
Kba, Miss Irene and Miss Isabella Mc
Dougall and O H. Irvin.
Eureka Council, No. 204. Knights and
Ladles of Security, extended its hospi
tality to a large and appreciative audi
ence Monday night. being regular
"at home" meeting. An interesting ad
dress by Postmaster F. S. Myers on
"Rural Credit' was well received. The
excellent drill work of the degree staff
of Portland Lodge. oodmen of the
World, presented by Captain J. Francis
Drake, brought forth a round of ap
plause. A violin and piano solo by
Helen and Jean Harper was well ren
dered. F. Laulick displayed much skil
in clever piano selections. Samuel
Keauniu was beard In song and guitar
solos. Refreshments and dancing closed
the entertainment. Much credit is due
Chairman Fred L. McKnlght for an en
A pleasant affair of the week was
the party given by Mrs. P. J. Peckens,
260 East Fifty-third street, Monday
afternoon, in honor of her little daugh
ter. Phyllis Marjory's fourth birthday
-The rooms were gaily decked with
Halloween novelties, and Miss - Kell,
from the play school in Mount Tabor
district, entertained the little ones
with stories until refreshments were
The guests Included Helen Jones,
Helen . and Virginia Stanton. Jean Bar
ton, Helen Fenster. Minna Ross, Martha
Stafford. Dorothy and Marjorie Fire
baugh, Eleanor Reid. Ruth Bingham,
Elinor Bingham, Violet O'Neill. Flor
ence Anders. Ruth Leslie and the little
Ghosts and witches reignet su
preme at a Halloween dinner dance
given by Henry and Jack Wicke at
Dr. Wadsworth's clubhouse, Saturday
evening. Thirty members of the
younger set attended. The clubhouse
was appropriately decorated for the
WHO IS VISITING HERE.
Photo by C. Elmore Grove.
GUEST OF MRS. D. D, WARNER.
occasion. Dancing was enjoyed until
tne witching hour of midnight, at
which time a dainty supper was served
places being laid for Misses "Marie
Field, Mabel Wild, Elsie Shirie, Alic
Jensen. Mabel Smith. Marv M. Wicke.
June Wicke, Hildur Swanson. Louise
stani, violet Kinsman, Anna Hoffman,
Mrs. George Rehbein, Mrs. Harry Eddie,
Bob Berven, Oswald Stone, Harry
jaaie, jonn iynn. Bruce Cameron
Uharlle West, Will Boehmer, George
ttenoein, nanioro Brown, Percy Kim
ball, Harry Grant.
The G. N. C. B. Girls will give an
attractive dancing party Thursday at
Cotillon Hall. One of the prettiest and
jolliest affairs of the season is antici
pated. A delightful programme has
been arranged, and artistic decorations
will trim the hall. The announcement
has also been made of a special
Thanksgiving ball for Tuesday even
ing, November 23. Members and com
mittee are Eva Cook Vinton, Gertrude
Lucke. Pearl Ryman, Joe Gumbert,
Cherry Couey, Merle Young, Ruth Lind,
Cora Walker, Elizabeth Ott, Grace
Dorney, Blanche Granson, Florence
Woods, Thelma Hollingsworth, Sam
Raker, Karl Fudge. Dick Mullen. Ralph
Maris, Earl Cash, Harold Webster,
William A. Rhodes, E. L. Vinton.
Elaborate plans are being made for
the second social affair of the season
to be given by Portland Lodge. No. 41 ,
Independent Order B'nai B'rith, to its
members and invited guests at the
B'nai B'rith building on Tuesday night,
November 16. The affair will be In the
nature of a vaudeville entertainment,
followed by dancing and cards. The
officers and committee have -obtained
A. T. B. CLUB ENTERTAINS AT HALLOWEEN PARTY AT ITS
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MISS ALICES JOHNSO.V.
The A. T. B. Club entertained Its many friends with-a masquerade
Halloween party October 30 at the- home of the president, Miss Alice
Johnson, 1687 Clarendon avenue.
The rooms were artistically decorated with Autumn leaves, skele
tons, cross-bonea. witches, pumpkins,- et cetera. Many unique cos
tumes were worn and the evening was spent in fortune telling and
Miss Ruth Wattron and Miss Leila Gilstrap entertained the party
with a clever Dutch song and dance. .Music was furnished by Miss
Alice Johnson, Miss Leila Gilstrap and Miss Peggy Newel.
The old-fashioned fireside circle was one of the main attractions
of the evening, where ghosts', witches and all such Halloween spirits
gathered in making fun.
Those present were: Elizabeth Dinwoodie, Irene Farmer, Leila Gil
trap, Mae Hicks. Alice Johnson. Ada Johnson, Mary Kinnear Valkvria
Larsen. Lola Murphy, Irene McKercher, Peggy - Newel, Hortense p'ich
erau, Anna Tindula. Emma Tlndula, Mable Thomas, Luella Thomas
Ralph Barbour, Sydney Cooper, George Cota. Leo Chaffin, Floyd Erz'
Milton Erz. Stuart Fagan, James Hillyard. Henrv Leverman. Clarence
Messamore, Mr. Mullen. William Petrle, Frederic Smith, Elmer Thomas
Darwin Utter and John Young. . .
the services of several professional
numbers as well as a number of local
actors and actresses. Already a large
number have signified their intention
of attending, and it is expected that
the hall will be ailed, as this affair will
no doubt prove to be the banner event
of the season.
One of the gayest dancing parties of
uext month will be the "society hop"
un November 19 at the Multnomah Ho
tel. This affair is being looked for
ward to with great enthusiasm among
tne younger set- A special programme
has been arranged, and ith a popular
committee Is expected to be a " great
success. The members of the club are:
Ray Fox. Bertha Vandermeer. Ray
Toomey. Elsie Shirey. Kenneth Morri
son. Marion Grebel. Allen Cutler, : Ma
bel Mascot, Harry- Br u baker, - Alice
Hawman, Ted Peterson.- - Marguerite
Wyckof f and Cameron Belland.
"The Cathedral ' Court of Foresters
and W. C. O. F of St. Mary's Court No.
1046- are making preparations for a
card party and dance to, be given in the
new Cathedral hall. Seventeenth and
Couch streets, Friday evening, Novem
The committee in charge is: M. J.
Malley. P. 'McDonald, T. 8. Meagher,
M. D. Hunt. William Sheahan, Miss
Mary Frances McCarthy. Miss Kather
ine Qulnn, Mrs. E. H. Deery. Mrs. W. A.
Kivers, Mrs. T. S. Hogan and Mrs. M. J.
Friendship Social Club, of Friendship
Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will
give a dance Monday night, November
15. The committee in charge of the
entertainment is Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Cutler. Mrs. Nase. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Simington, Miss Mildred Groves, Mrs.
Roy Nichols and Ralph Nichols, Mr.
and Mrs. T. F. Drake and Mr. and Mrs.
V. A. Crum.
Patrons and patronesses are: Mr. and
Mrs. P. A. Cowgill, Mr. and Mrs. George
Grombacher, Mr. and Mrs. John Sim
lngton. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Auterson.
Mr. and 'Mrs. R. L. Nottingham, and
Mr. and Mrs.- W. L. Crout.. .
It will be of much Interest to club
dom to hear that tha popular Max-
ixians have arranged for another good
time "stepping" party, to take place at
Cotillion Hall on Friday night. No
The patronesses will be Mrs. K. P.
Love. Mrs. F. M. Slmonton. Mrs. A. W.
Briggs, Mrs.' Chester A. Dorrance, Mrs.
James Gallagher and Mrs Delia Mc-
Th3 members of the Sub-Rosa Club
announce their opening dance at. Vin
cent's Hall, Fourty-third and Sandy
boulevard, Friday night.
Those who will officiate are: Trma
Johnson. Edwina Clough, Helen Trask,
Derve Hawn, George Mullen, Merritt
Johnson-, and Albert Dugan. The
patronesses are: Mrs. H. V. Mullen,
Mrs. J. Hutchings and Mrs. F. V. John
Winslow Meade Circle. Ladies of the
Grand Army of the Republic, will give
a five hundred card party Monday af
ternoon from 2 to 5, at the Courthouse.
Refreshments will be served and prizes
awarded. All members and their friends
are cordially invited.
The Illinois State Society will meet
Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the Com
mercial Club. A musical programme
will be part of the entertainment, as
well as dancing and cards. James Mc
Menamin is president of the society,
and the secretary is Mabet G. Livesay.
Dr. V. B. de Lory will deliver a lec
ture on "Modern Mysticism," 363 Yam
hill- - street, tomorrow at 10 o'clock.
Thursday another lecture will be given
at the same hour and place. These lec
tures are free and the public is in
The Young Women Rosarians of the
Holy Rosary parish will give a dancing
party at Irvington Club, Wednesday.
November 17. Patronesses: Miss Ber
nard Albers. Mrs. J. A. Johnson, Mrs.
E. V. McGrath. Mrs. T. Madden and
Mrs. W. Dressel.
The Officers and Guard Club of Port
land Review No. 7 will be entertained
at the home of Mrs. Alice Heavingham.
ib Last Thirty-eighth street. Tuesday
afternoon. All Maccabees and friends
At the Mizpah Presbyterian Church.
on Nineteenth and Division streets.
Dazaar ana dinner will be given on
next Friday afternoon and in the even
A special feature of the entertain
ment at the Rose City Park Club Fri
day night will be the dancing party by
the junior members of the club. These
entertainments will prove a popular
feature pf the club's programme during
the Winter. The campaign now under
way by five committees of the club
for new members Is meeting with great
success and will result in fully doubling
TWO PIONEER FAMILIES-UNITED
MRS. J. S. M'MAHAW, SEK DHINKARD.
BROWNSVILLE, Or., Nov. 6. i Special.) Miss Mildred Drinkard
and J. S. McMahan were married here today.
Mrs. McMahan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Drinkard.
of this city. She is a charming girl with a host of friends und is
popular among the young set. She is a graduate of the Brownsville
High School of the class of 1912. attended the State Normal at Ellens
burg, Wrash., one year, and taught in the schools of Skamokawa,
Wash., one year.
Mr. McMahan is a .graduate of the Oregon Agricultural College,
taking a special course in civil engineering. Both young people are
natives of Oregon and descendants of pioneer families.
the roll of membership of this live or
The Rose City Park Club will give a
men's banquet Wednesday night at
6:30 at their clubhouse, at Fifty-seventh
and Sandy boulevard in com
memoration of the opening of their
home three years ago. There will be
several short addresses by well-known
Portlanders, and a' general boosting
spirit will pervade the event. The op
portunity to enjoy it all for the invest
ment of $1 is opeiv:to the public. Sam
uel Lancaster will exhibit his famous
pictures of the Columbia Highway.
Friends and members of the Hassalo
Aid Society are invited to meet at the
home of Mrs. G. O. Jefferson, 309 Grand
avenue, Wednesday, from 2 to 4:30
Marguerite . Coterie Club will be en
tertained by Mrs. Anna Rotermund
Thursday at the home of Mrs. Cena
Taylor, 51 East Twenty-second street.
The Women of St. Francis parish will
open their bazaar with an auction
bridge and "500" parry Tuesday after
noon. mm, f
The women and actives of the Port
land Social Turn Verein are making
great preparations for their opening
dance to be given Wednesday- in the
Deutsche Hall, Thirteenth and Main
streets. The committee in charge for
the evening is as follows: Irene Wylie,
Marie Winn, Ethel O'Brien, Lottie
Nichol, Margaret - Glutsch, Alice
Schmale. Marie Bolin, Anne Reisch,
Rosa Klein, Andrew Amacher, Ernie
Schmid, Carl Wonner, Fritz Schmid,
Harold Lyons, Johnnie Bauer, Max Hur
witt, Fritz Trautman and Joe Luckey.
Claude Colin Asquith and Miss Gladys
Ovedia Davis were married Wednesday
at St. John's Episcopal Church, Sell
wood, the Rev. John D. Rice officiating.
The church was prettily decorated in
Autumn foliage. Lohengrin's wedding
march was played by Mrs. Eisert and a
solo, "I Love You Truly," was sung
by Peter Livingston. The bride was
becomingly attired in white chiffon
over taffeta, trimmed- with lace. She
carried a bouquet of roses and lilies of
Her bridesmaid. Miss Clara Franz,
wore an attractive gown of cream lace
trimmed with pink satin, and carried a
bouquet of pink carnations. Harry Pe
terson was best man. The ushers were,
Frederick Davis, brother of the bride;'
Harold , Reinke, Richard Fields and
A wedding repast was served at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Berlin E. Davis, to a few rela
tives and intimate friends. The bride
groom is the son of Mrs. Annie R. As
quith, residing at the- Willamette Boat
Club. The young couple will reside In
At a pretty home wedding on Tues
day, November 2. Miss Helen Mav
Walker was married to Leroy Erskine
Garwood, at the home of the bride s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Walker,
Rev. William G. Moore, of "the Presby
terian Church, officiating. The cere
mony was solemn and impressive.
Immediately after the ceremony. Mr.
and Mrs. Garwood left for San Fran
cisco. Oakland and other. California
points, where they will be entertained
by many relatives and friends, and also
pass some weeks enjoying the expo
sition. The bride, an attractive and accom
plished girl, is the only daughter of
Mr. and Airs. David W. Walker, and i
a popular favorite among her large
circle of friends. Mr. Garwood, who
also comes of ,an old' and respected
Eastern family, is in the employment
of the Government . in the forestry
service. Mr. and Mrs. Garwood will be
at home after January 1 at 157 East
Miss Kathleen Benoit and Thomas
Rey Campbell were married in Saint
Ignatius Church Thursday night by
uie.nev. rawer vanaer velden.
The bride, who is. a talented musi
cian, wore a traveling suit of blue
trimmed with fur, with chic -white hat.
Her corsage bouquet was of lilies of
the valley and violets.
Miss Frances McMahon. her brides
maid, wore a blue suit and a bouquet
of Cecil Bruner roses. Jack Mahoney,
of Salem, attended the bridegroom.
After passing a few days in Port
land, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell will make
their home in Salem, where both are
FAIRFIELD, Or.. Nov. 6. (Special.)
Sunday at l.igh noon a pretty home
wedding took place at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. John Marthaler. when
their daughter. Edna, was married to
Reuben Short. Rev. Mr. Mocbel, of Ger
vais, performed the ceremony under a
jl rtuiuiuii xuiiage. 4. ne oriue
was attended by her sister. Miss Nellie
Marthaler. while the bridegroom was
accompanied by his "brother Vivian.
The bride, was gowned in a becoming
frock of lansdqwR trimmed with
pointed lace and iainty ornaments. She
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mums. The bridesmaid was gowned
in maize-colored silk and she carried
The house was decked throughout
wun Autumn leaves and flowers. A re
POPULAR GIRL IS VISITISt
Mlsa Jennie Morgan.
Miss Jennie Morgan; daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mor
gan, is visiting friends in Chicago
ana is Deing delightfully enter
ception followed the ceremony and a
collation was served.
The couple motored to their new
The engagement of Miss Gertrude
Bide to John Bewley was made known
Saturday afternoon wnen Miss Anna
Bullivant entertained with an informal
tea. Miss Bride was one of the fac
uity of Irvington Sc-nool and the bride
groom-to-be is a business man of Lodi,
About 25 guests attended the an
nouncement party, the news being told
in a novel manner. Each guest re
ceived a small package containing a
3-YEAR-OLD CHILD SINGS AND
DANCES FOR FRIENDS
Maurice Edward Sny-der
In honor of her son, Maurice
Edward Snyder, 3 years of age,
Mrs. Charlotte Snyder gave a
dinner to friends recently. Mau
rice danced and sang for the
guests at the party. He has trav
eled a great deal for one of his
age and has been to New York
City three times. Last year he
spent a few weeks in Des Moines,
where he made many friends.
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towel, weich they hemmed for the
bride-elect. A tiny envelona wss at
tached to the packace. burinr th
names of the young couple. The howtess
was assisted in receiving -by Miss Nell
Crout. The date for the weddlrvg has
not definitely been set. but it will be
an event of early December.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Linrnln Th.
ston announce the engagement of their
daughter. Nellie Margaret, to P.iii
Francis Harrington, of Fnt v.n.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Webber hu.v
returned from Chicairo 'ind ir H,.,;.
died at the Nortonia.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Thomnxon h.v
returned -from California, where they
passea a month visiting the expositions.
Among the visitors from Portland :i-
the- expositions in San Francisco and
San Diego were Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Wright, who have just returned.
Miss Hope Miller, daughter of ir .nn
Mrs. H. C. Miller, will leave this even-
ng tor . Washington. D. C. where she
will attend the National Park Semi
nary. Miss Verna Backstrom h ln
turned from a six weeks' visit at Ber
rian. Wash., where she has been de
lightfully entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T-f wht...
have: taken apartments at Ncirinnio
Hotel for the Winter. They, have just
returned from a visit of two months in
Chicago and Michigan.
Mrs. Elizabeth R. Foiev r -
Francisco, is the guest of Miss Grace
Katharine Viereck. M
just returned from a brief visit to
Seattle and will leave for her home in
a fortnight. She will be extjensivelv
entertained wnile at th. hnm. r
Miss Maudn Tlifr KHii.,
Apt., 18t andCouch. Mar. 2662. Spe
cial prices on gold and white dinner
cio. Aje&Buus ana oruer work,
" Catherine Clement at Hotel Nortonia
eturns from New York and San Fran
sco Fair, where she has an exhibit
if miniatures. nfforu i ;
WHY THE ROOSTER LIVES
After All, He Js of Sonic Use In tho
C. W Howe, til Howe' Monthly.
or sixty years, as man and hov T
have been humiliated because of my
sex. Every mother seems to fear at
nmes inat it Is a shame to bring up a
boy; that however engaging he may be
as a baby, he ia sure to get away from
her later, and do something disgraceful.
I noted this attitude not only at
home but at school: while men are
"s,uva. "y,gf00i l boys whe" ott to them!
selves. I found that at home, at school,
at church, on the streets, wherever
"V: . women, men also look at boys
In the funny way indicating that boys
have no right to existence
When I was quite young. I remember
I was once sniffling to my mother, and
demanding a shotgun. Just as my
mother had declared that she had never
owned a shotgun in her life, or wanted
one, my father came in.
"Henry," she said to him, "what do
you suppose this wretched boy wants
now? He wants a shotgun'"
And Henry also looked at me as
though he had never before in his life
heard of such an unnatural request
Although I am old now. and some
what better behaved than I have been
if a strange woman should approach
me, and ask: "Ain't you ashamed oe
yourself?" I believe I should replv that
I am. having been taught so persistent
ly to be.
Boys often say to their motherB.
You are always finding fault with a
boy. Perhaps boys think more fault
is found with boys than with men But
boys, poor devils, will find this is a
mistake. A wife and mother may be
respectful to her husband in presence
of the children indeed, this is a part
of her goodness but there are times
when she gets him alone, and talks
more freely and fully than she ever
talks to her son. For there never was
a wife who had as poor an opinion of
her son as she has of her husband.
And after a boy goes out into the
world, and becomes a hired hand, or
business man. his employer or his cus
tomers criticise him even more severe-
ly than did his mother.
The best and gentlest of women have
this natural antagonism for the male
nature. At our house we keep a num
ber of young chickens, whose necks
Lady Preston wrings as occasion re
quires. Yesterday we had five pullets
and one rooster, but when Adelaide told
Lady Preston to wring a neck, she
designated the rooster's neck.
"Why not a pullet?" I asked.
"Because." she replied, "Lady Preston
says that as a rooster becomes older, he
But I insisted on a pullet: the one
pullet in the flock the rooster didn't
seem to like. Lady Preston later al
most stood by me; old women are
usually fairer with men than young
ones. "Without him," she said, "the
pullets would wander every which
DALLAS SUPPORTS BAND
Muuieipul Institution Installed Un
der Control of Conncil.
DALLAS. Or., Nov. 6. (Special.)
The Dallas Band has at last won its
fight for municipal support. After Jan
uary 1, 1916, the Dallas Band, of 40
pieces, will be a regular municipal in
stitution and under control of the City
Council. At its last regular meeting
the Council ordered the drafting of a
resolution providing for the appropria
tion of $50 a month out of the city
treasury to pay the salary of a leader
of the band.
The Dallas Commercial Club will also
make an appropriation and. taken, to
gether, this aid will keep the band in
tact. At its last regular meeting Di
rector George H. Marsh tendered his
resignation and B. A. Downey; who
directed the band for three years, was
re-elected. Mr. Downey recently, re
turned from California, where he had
charge of a large musical organization. ,
Plans are now being laid for the hold
ing of the annual band concert.
PORTLAND CLUB IS FORMED
Students Organize at Corvallis an-d
Will Entertain Alumni.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGK.
Corvallis, Nov. 6. (Special.)--Students
from Portland have reorganized the
Portland Club at the Oregon Agricul
tural College. All students from Port
land are eligible to membership. Plans
are being made for a holiday dance In
Portland during the Christmas vacation
to which Portland alumni and friends
of the members will be invited.
Victor Sinks has been elected presi
dent. Miss Martha Hart vice-president.
Miss Alice Cornwall secretary, and
Milton Harris treasurer.
Prlnevile Girl VetTs.
PRINEVILLE, Or., Nov. 6. (Special.)
Miss Mildred Opal Truitt and David
Scotes were married Thursday at the
Methodist Episcopal parsonage by Rev.
E. C. Newham. Miss Truitt is a prom
inent voung woman of this place anil
Mr. Scotes is. a prosperous farmer at
Hay Creek, at which place they win