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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1916)
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PORTLAND, OK Eft OX, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER :i, 191G.
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SCHOOL, bells will ring and wedding
bells will chime this week and so
society will be back in town once
more. Another bell that called them'
all home with a rush at the end of the
jiast week was that of the locomotive;
for with rumor of a strike in the air,
trunks were packed hurriedly. Summer
cottages were boarded up, and society,
tanned by the wind and sun, returned
to Portland. ,
This week will be tilled with many
Interests. There will' be the little
folk to be sent .to. school; the older
brothers and sisters to be. prepared for
college and finishing school and the
brides-elect to be entertained. (
Without doubt Miss Dellberta Stuart
has been the most feted of the engaged
plrls this past week and up to the very
evening of her wedding she will con
tinue to be showered with social hon
ors. Miss Stuart is a lovable, " sweet
Charles Iladdon Manners, who will
elaim Miss Stuart as his bride, is well
known in business and college circles.
Miss Stuart has been in Portland
only a fortnight and in that time has
had a continuous round of entertain
ing;. ' '
Miss Greata Butterfield is another
bride-elect who is receiving a great
amount of social attention. In com
pliment to her there will be many
merry festivities. Her marriage to Dr.
Allen Pendleton Noyes; will -be on Sep
Miss Stella Wolfe will be another of
the Fall brides. Miss Louise Burns will
be married soon, and ' so the season
pives every promise of plenty of social
rraiety. The dancing clubs are not yet
organized. The lists will be made out
Everyone is delighted that the
Waverley Country ' Club has resumed
the dinner dances, and as the music is
sure to be good, society hostesses will
find entertaining at the club a most
satisfactory manner in which to dis
Society is anticipating the wedding
of Miss Hazel Dolph and Edward W.
Clark III, of Philadelphia, which will
be one of the hrilliant events of the
season. The ceremony will b.i in the
White Temple, the church with which
the Dolph family have been identified
for many years. There will be a recep
tion afterward for a few guests at the
Miss Edith Olds and Miss Helen
Wortman gave one of the most artistic
affairs of the week a luncheon on
Thursday at the Waverley Country
Club in compliment to Miss Delberta
Stuart, who on Wednesday will become
the bride of Charles Iladdon Manners.
The table was a most attractive pic
ture. centered with pink roses and sur
rounded by the bright, pretty girls who
attended. Miss Stuart wore a smart
old rose suit and Miss Wortman an!
Miss Olds were bo.h in white, the for
raer in a linen sul moat becomingly
tut and the
latter in a lingerie gown,
were worn by nearly all
Corsage bouquets of pink
place cards and appropri
ate faors were provided. Those pres
ent wtrt: Miss Stuart. Miss Katherine
llussell. Miss Louise Caswell.-M isy Ive
lou Shea, Miss Philena Kinx.liss Mar
garet Porter, Miss Lavelle Young and
Mrs. Landon K. Mason, who has re
turned from a trip through British Co
lumbia, plans to leave today for Boston.
Railroad conditions, caused many to
change their plans during the last few
days. Miss Jean Knowlton, who had
intended to leave later, went away early
last week. She -was to have been one
of the soloists in Miss Marion Bauer's
recital at the Little Club and her go-
ing away necessitated
of the event.
Miss Bauer's compositions are well
known, and it will be a decided treat to
hear them when she presides at the
Miss Kdith Nicholson" and Miss Von
Kolton entertained on Thursday at an
informal tea for Mis. Paul Giesy and
Mrs.vPousland. of Salem, Mass. Tho af
fair was quite informal.
.' Mrs. Clifton X. McArthur (Lucile
Smith) is here visiting her mother and
other relatives and friends.
Miss Shirley Eastham entertained for
Mrs. McArthur on Tuesday and on
Wednesday she went to Tioga for a
short visit with Mrs. J. J." Reynolds.
Miss Eastham's party was a small
and informal affair, but decidedly de
lightful, for It brought together sev
eral old-time friends of the honor
There was a liiYry ' chat over the
embroidery and knitting and then tea
Miss Dellberta Siuart. fiancee of
Charles Hadden Manners, whose mar
riage w.ill be one of the first of im
portance this season, was entertained
at several festivities last week. The
wedding is scheduled, for September 6.
The First Presbyterian Church will be
the scene of the ceremony. Mrs. Jay
Coffey will be matron of honor and
Nathan Means, of White Salmon,
Wash., will be Mr. Manners' attendant.
Little Frances Kerr will be rlngbearer.
Miss Helen Wortman and Miss Edith
Olds entertained on Thursday for Miss
Stuart. Their tribute to the lovely
bride-elect was a luncheon at the Wa
verley Golf Club. " .Miss Cornelia Stan
ley gave a smart tea yesterday and on
Tuesday Mrs. J. tl. Coffey and Mrs. R.
C. Coffey will give the final social
honor before the wediing.
Miss Stuart has been the house
guest of lier sister, Mrs. Frank Kerr,
for the past fortnight.
Labor day will be quite a pay day at
the Waverley Golf Club. Several Karnes
of olf of exceptional interest will at
tract a large number to the club and
there will be ever so many groups
which will have informal teas on the
The marriage of Miss Greata Butter
field and Dr. Allen Pendleton Noyes
will be an event of September 12. For
the charming bride-elect many delight
ful parties were given last week and
many more are planned. For Tuesday
there will be a luncheon at which Miss
Mary Blossom is to be hostess.
Miss Zillab Huddleston, Miss Martha
Hoyt. Miss Helen Piatt and Mrs.
Thomas Emory are others who will
honor the same popular bride-elect.
Miss Doris Clark, who is to be maid of
From The Sunday Oregonlan Sept. 6. 1S91.
An Kvening; at Home.
Miss Mabel Belcher gave a very
pleasant evening-at home on Thursday,
in honor of Miss Lillian Lee, who leaves
shortly for Los Angeles. The different
rooms were attractively adorned with
fragrant cut flowers and roses, and
Chinese asters of different varieties. The
evening was spent in playing cards and
games, and Miss Hersey rendered a
number of piano solos most delightfully.-
Those present were: Major and
Mrs. Belcher, Mrs. W. C. Stevens, Miss
Belcher, Miss Lee, Miss Falling, Miss
Emelie Failing, Miss May Failing and
Messrs. D. O. Taylor, V. C. Lewis, David
W. Clarkson, jr.. William Hey wood
Bell, Thomas Strowbridge and Dr.
The marriage of Mr.' F. Manson
White and Miss Katherine Randall will
be solemnized October J 4 at the First
Mm. Knapp'M Jnly Lunrbeon.
Mrs. K. B. Knapp gave an elegant
luncheon party on Wednesday in honor
of Miss Daisy Bellinger, prior to her
departure for New York, where she
is to attend Miss Sabin's school of fine
arts. The beautiful residence was gaily
decked with lovely flowers, while the
lunch table was covered with a hand
pome damask cloth embroidered with
daisies. The menu cards were hand
printed with daisies, while the corsage
bouquets were of the same delicate
flower. The menu was elaborate and
comprised the choicest Viands of the
season. During the luncheon soft mus
ic was furnished by an orchestra of
i string Instruments. Those present
B. Knapp. Miss Daisy
Grace Wallace. Miss
Jennie Hillman. Miss
were: Mrs. ,R.
Bailey, Miss Harrington
and Miss Brown.
A very pretty wedding took place
last Sabbath evening at 7:30 o'clock in
this city, the Rev. J. Gordon. D. D.,
pastor of the First Baptist Church, of
ficiating. The contracting parties were
Mr. A. A. Roberts and Miss Martha
Matlock, two well-known young society
people of Heppner.
Mb Joseph Hecht and Miss Regina
Herzberg were married at the residence
or A. L. Rosenthal, No. 133 Madison
f-treet. last Sunday. Rev. Dr. Bloch of
ficiated. Mr. Hecht is Mrs. Rosenthal'
brother. Thotie present were: Rev.
and Mrs. Bloch, Mr. and Mrs. L. Rosen
thal. Mr. and Mrs. A. Rosenthal. Mr.
and Mrs. I. Rosenthal. Mr. and Mrs. N.
Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Garf, Mrs. A.
Wins, Mr.' and Mrs. Howell, Miss P.
Win.er, Miss L Rosenthal. Miss Tressa
Winar. Miss E. Godman, Miss B. Hecht.
Harry Rosenthal. Charles Berwin.
On Tuesday evenirir last, the many
friends of ,Mr. E. J. Sharkey gave hiin
a surprise party that will be remem
bered by all for many a day to come.
Mrs. Charles Ladd left for the coast
Miss Hattie Caldwell returned Fri
day from the coast.
Miss Dorothea Eliot returned on the
Potter Friday from Clatsop, where she
has been the guest of Miss Helen '
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Jeffery returned
frcm the coast on Friday's trip of the
Miss Carrie Flanders leaves for New
York on the 15th Inst.
Mr.- and Mrs. W. B. Washburn, ' Jr..
are at present in M'nneapos.
Mrs. James . Flower, the Misses
Flower and Miss Dellia Donelson re
turned from Seaview on Friday.
Mr. Fred Harlow returned on Wednes
day from Long Beach, where he has
been spending the Summer.
-Miss Dekum nd Miss Clara Dekum
left yesterday to visit Mrs. Judge Wal
do, at Waldo Hill, near Salem.
Mrs. James Laidlaw and family and
Mrs. Raleigh Stott and family returned
from Seaview Wednesday.
Miss Ada Baker returned from the
. The daughter of Rev C. E. Cline.
who .s been sent to Adams-street
Methodist Episcopal Church for the
present conference year, was married
to W. J. Farly. M. D.
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Major W. H. Nash is on a 10-days'
leave, visiting friends in Salem.
A hop. comolimentary to Miss Ler
and Miss Burke, was given at the post
hoproom on Monday. As a matter of
course it was well attended by all the
garrison peopl and many others.
Major Burke. Fourteenth Infantry,
will leave with his family In a short
time for New York City on a two
years' recruiting detail. The void which
will be left in the social circle by their
departure will be much felt at the post
Mis. Louis Tarplvy has planned a
motor ride and supper for tonight for
popular Dellberta Stuart. Miss Mary
Warrack will have the honor of giving
the "very last" social affair before the
wedding, for she will entertain Miss
Stuart on Wednesday afternoon. The'
wedding will be in the evening.
Miss olive Failing has set October 7
as the date for her wedding to Simeon
Winch. The ceremony will be held in
the home of Mrs. Edward Failing.
Captain and .Mrs. William Gadsby yes
terday announced tile engagement of
their daughter. Miss Alice Gadsby, to
Walter H. Korell. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Ji. Korell. The marriage will
be solemnized in the First Presbyterian
Church on September 2U. Mr. Korell
Is connected with one of the local banks
and the bride-elect Is socially popular.
This is the second ensaKement an
nounced in the Korell family recently.
A few days ago Miss Dagmar Korell
made knotVn her betrothal to Arch J.
Tourtellotte. Their marriage will take
place on October IS and will be a
Miss Stella Wolfe's marriage to
Edwin Xeustadler has been set for
September 14. The ceremony will be
solemnized in the home of the bJ'ide
and will be one of the charming events
of tie season.- Many honors have been
shown the bride-elect and several oth
ers are scheduled. She is indeed popu
lar and is possessed of vivacity, charm
and a grace that makes her a favorite
among her girl friends. Miss Wolfe is
one of the s''ls who is always thought
ful of others and jo society has found
it a double pleasure to be thoughtful
Miss Jane Norton, of Boston, will be
hoi ored on Thursday at a tea to be
given by. Miss Ruth Shull. Yeaierda
Miss Cornelia Stanley honored Miss
Norton and Miss Dellberta Stuart at
a snwirt tea. .
Miss Helen Haller will leave about
September 25 for Washington, D. C. to
attend Mount Vernon Semuiary, the
finishing school from which her sis
ter. Miss Marie Haller, was graduated.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ladd Corbett
and Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Corbett en
Joyed a delightful outing this season.
They went wKh pack train into the
mountains and camped out and roughed
it. The outinpr proved a decided change
from the routine of citv life and was
invigorating and inspiring.
Dean and Mrs. H. M. Ramsey were
honor guests on Wednesday night at
a large reception given at the resi
dence . of Mrs. Herbert Jlolman. The
parishioners of St. Stephen's pro-Cathedral
were in attendance to bid fare
well to their rector and dean. Mrs.
Holman was assisted in receiving by
Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey. Bishop Sumner
and his mother, Mrs. Sumner, Mrs. E.
T. C. Stevens. Mrs. Frank. Mrs. II. D.
Ramsdell and others. In the various
rooms members of the clertry greeted
the guests and showed their apprecia
tion of the work done by Mr. Ramsey
by presenting him with a handsome
traveling hag from the Clericus. Rev.
John D. Rice made the presentation
speech and interspersed wit with his
tributes. Bishop Sumner gave a short
ilk and in the name of the parishion
ers save Dean Ramsey a purse.
Yellow flowers were used in deco
ration. Mrs. Ramsdell. Mrs. Ramsey's
mother, presided at the table and cut
ices. Assist ins about the room were
Miss Ethel Malpas, Miss Amy Robin
son. Miss Charlotte Banfleld and sev
eral other attractive girls. Archdeacon
Chambers and Mrs. Chambers and many
of the leading clergymen of the city
called to pay their respects to Dean
Ramsey and his wife. They will make
their future home in Minnesota, where
the dean has received an appointment
of distinction as member of (he faculty
of a theological college;
Mm. Dent Mowrey, who will make
ner nome in t-eaitie tnis season, was
honored at several delightful parties
given last week. On Tuesday Mrs.
Donald Spencer was hostess at a tea for
Mrs. Mowrey. A number of friends of
lh- social and musical set were invited.
Mrs. if. C. Wortman entertained on
Thursday at her home on Yi:nu avenue.
King's Hill. The affnir was informal
and included as quests a t ourie of
friends of the honor guest.
Mr. and Mis. Mowrey will he greatly
missed in the social and musical sets
this Fall and Winter.
-"-Asr-Tr:irrst- was n ideal day for a
lawn parly, and as tin- U'ortniiin gar
den is an ideal place for entertain
ing, the festivity wus held there. Pre
siding at the tea table were Mrs. Fol
s;er Johnson and Mrs. Harold Sawyer.
Assisting about the garden were sev
eral attractive young matrons and
maids, among whom were Miss Mabel
Neal. Miss Maijorie Noble. Miss Con
stance Piper. Mrs. George K, Reed. Mrs.
Ralph Kenton and Mrs. Donald Silen
cer. Miss Ruth lletzel will have charce
of the Rivera private school that will
open on September 11. This school will
be for the children of the families liv
ing in that neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher I. inn and
their house guests. Mrs. R. B. von
Klein Sinid and daimhter. Elizabeth, of
Tucson, Ariz., have returned from an
interesting irip to Tsiltcoos Lake, near
Murshfield. Or., where ihey enjoyed
fishing, boating ana tramping.
Mrs. Mollis Whitehouse and Mrs
Max Houser motored to Cloud Caplun
and back during the week.
Mrs. Guy Webster Talbot and family
returned during the week from Gear
hart, where they have passed the Sum
mer. . . -
Mr. and Mrs. William MacMastcr nave
returned from British Columbia.
Mrs. John S. Napier has returned
from a fortnight's visit at Vancouver
Another society beau "was added to
the list early last week when Master
Edgar Dean Crunipacker arrived to
gladden the home of his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice E. Crumpacker. The
baby is named for iiis parternal grand
father. The tirst son was named for
the late James W. Cook. Mrs. Crum
packer was Cully Cook. She was one
of the best -he loved society girls, always
ider and an inspiration for enter
taining. As a young matron she has
lost none of her popularity. Her gen
uine sweetness makes and keeps for
her scores of friends who rejoice with
her over the advent of the new baby.
Mrs. A. C. Leonard, of Kansas City,
has been a visitor in Portland this
Summer. On last Saturday she was
honor guest at an informal tea given
by her aunt, Mrs. A. L. Maxwell.
Dr. anil Mrs. R. S. SiVarns are back
from an auto trip on which they went
1077 miles. They camped out at
nights and had a delightful Summer
outing, visiting many places of scenic
Miss Jessie Une was their guest on
the t rip.
Miss Martha Coman and Miss Ethel
Patterson, of New York City, will ar
rive in Portland. probably tomorrow.
Mrs. K. C. Schramm tWynn Comanl,
of "Salt Lake, will also be a visjtor
here this week.
Miss Cornelia Stanley's tea yesterday
was one of the smart soiial events of
the season. Sharing the honors with
.Miss Jane Norton and Miss Dellberta
Stuart was Miss Christiane Tait. the
house guest of Mrs. Coe A. McKenna.
The Stanley resilience in Park avenue
was attractively decorated with cut
flowers and ferns. Presiding at the
table and assisting were Mrs. Guy
Standifer. Miss Christine Case. Miss
Ruth Shaw. Miss Virginia McDonougli
and Miss Dorothy Strowbridge.
Society friends of Mrs. Benvo Mitsui
will he interested in her progress in
music. Mrs. Mitsuit is a charming
little Japanese matron who has lived
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