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TIIE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, NOVEMBER 5, 101C
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rOR SHRlNfERS'BALL NOVElIBBRQ
Merle Tienken, Margaret Loy and Eisle
Dorothy and Marjorie Carter, daugh
ters of Mr. and Mrs. Horace D. Carter
entertained a group of little friends
Tuesday afternoon with a gay Hal
loween party. Games, music and re
freshments made the afternoon inter
esting for the children, who carried
away attractive souvenirs of the oc
casion. Guests were Catherine Hogshire,
Barbara Lull, Miriam Shepard, Lucile
Vanderweilen, Dorothy Dougal, Cath
erine Cole, Katherine Hart, Jane Gil
bert, Louise Gilbert, Edith Matthews,
Dorothy Carter, Marjorie Carter,
Charles Lee Reynolds, Junior Cousins,
George Riley Hogshire, Thomas Mills,
William Powell, Abbott Lawrence.
Jimmie Lull, "Billy Gilbert. Frankie
Matthews,- Ronald Callvert and Harvey
The Junior Parent Association gave a
party at the home of its president. Miss
Gertrude Weisensee, Wednesday night.
The house was decorated in Hallo
Ween colors. Autumn leaves, pumpkins,
squash and Fall flowers.
Three prizes were given, two for the
best-dressed couple, and one for a
Many games were played, and music
was enjoyed throughout the entire eve
In honor of her husband's birthday
Mrs. Albert T. Godel entertained with
an old-fashioned barn dance on Hal
loween. A number of contests con
sisting of peanut hunts, races, blindfold
games, and other events added to the
fun. An unique prize- was presented
the winner of each. Fortunes were
told and all the regulation Halloween
diversions indulged in. Charles Duncan
appeared in a clog dance. The house
was. decked with cornstalks. Autumn
leaves and pumpkins. The following
guests were invited: Misses Genevieve
Orton, Tirzah McMillen and Josephine
Miller, William Muir, Robur Hughson,
Roy Hatfield. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Dunham, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stoppel
man, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cook, and
Mr. and Mrs. William Richmond.
The dancing and card party given
by the members of the Kenton Club
was a great success. The ballroom
was beautifully decorated with Jap
anese lanterns and festoons of cedar.
The reception room was artistically
arranged, and huge baskets of dahlias
lent charm to the color scheme. About
100 couples were present, and the many
handsome gowns of the women added
to the colorful affair. A harvest dance
has been arranged for Thursday even
Miss Helen Jassett entertained her
sewing club at her home, 146 Ver
mont street, Friday night. The mem
bers present were the Misses Ethel
Lind. Gertrude and Ruth Lind. Eliz
abeth Bowe, Louise Meister, Rose Meis
ter, Ethel Sundberg, Sarah Gassett,
Mrs. George Jorgensen, Mrs. W. E.
Gassett, Miss Catherine Bowe and
Miss Flora Meister.
Miss Lena Pauline Breske enter
tained with a delightful Halloween
party Tuesday night. Fourteen boys
and girls in costume responded to the
invitation of the hostess. Halloween
games, refreshments, music and gen
eral holiday spirit made the affair in
teresting. Mrs. T. Breske, mother of
the young hostess, was assisted by her
eon, Henry, and Mrs. Robert Gardner.
Those present were: Ethel Crane,
Grace Gardner, Helen Ball, Josephine
locum, ttessle Allen, Virginia Rich
eras, Walton Crane, Robert Gardner,
j-rancis na.ll, a red Martin, Raymond
KanKIn, James Davidson and Russell
Merle Baker was host for a Hallo
ween party, Monday, at his home in
Jrvington. Witches, lack o' lanterns
corn stalks and Autumn leaves adorned
the rooms. Music, dancing and games
were the diversions of the evening, and
prizes were awarded. The evening
enaed with a. feast befitting the occa
eion. Those present were: Bernice Ma.
thisen. Grace Jacobsen, Marjorie Reed
Gertrude Kuckenberg, Eleanor Mathi-
fen. Helen Webber. Stanley Eisman,
Neville Mills, Gordon Mock, James
Lively. Earl Sears, Charles Webber,
Richard McLardy and Joe Mathisen.
Mrs. Emma H. Wollenberg. with her
children. is visiting relatives and
iriends in Southern California.
An enjoyable picnic party was ten
dered to Mrs. Alete Sc-heirig at her
home in Whitwood Court Thursday,
October 26. Those present were: Mrs.
Albert Boss, Mrs. Casey, Mrs. Ida Erd
mann, Mrs. H. F. Hansen, Mrs. L. Pel-
ton. Mrs. A. H. Pennick, Mrs. Charles
' Miller, Mrs. T. Miller, Mrs. Sharkey
ana jurs. sweeny.
itches, ghosts, goblins, etc., held
court at the home of Miss Ruth Wat-
Bon, 1191 Everard street. October 28
when the A. T. B. Club participated in
the celebration of Halloween. The
rooms were decorated artistically with
Autumn leaves, skeletons, witches.
pumpkins, etc. Many unique costumes
were worn, and the evening was passed
in fortune telling, dancing and games
appropriate for the occasion. The old
fashioned Virginia reel was one of the
main features of the evening.
Those present were the Misses Piche
rau. Barton. Kinnear, . Johnson (Alice
and Ada). Joe and Edna Steventon, Gil
etrap, McKercher, Farmer, Tucker. Ann
and Emma Tindula. Hachney, Newel,
Hull. Larson and Watson, and Messrs.'
Brigham, Tucker, Cota. Boicourt. Wat
fcn, Cadwallder, Utter. Miller. Fagan,
Wilson. Davis. Cooper. McKercher,
Hensler, Gerhagen and Nivison.
The Hippodrome Amusement Com
pany held a Halloween skating party
at the St. Johns rink Tuesday evening.
Three hundred couples graced the floor
during the grand march.
Competition was keen for prizes, and
the judges selected the following from
among those present: Best dressed man.
Earl Knowles, as Spanish gentleman;
best dressed lady, Pauline Berry, as a
Scotch queen: best sustained man
character, Dorsey Hill, as Doc Yak;
best sustained lady character, Jennie
Clark, as colored wash lady.
Those deserving special mention
were Ruth Cowles. Gladys Gray,
Zimmerman, Thomson. Frank Callahan.
Billy O Donnell, Dr. Yates, Walter Jen-
Ben, Vida Zachary and Nell Griffin.
The Past Matrons' Club, of Cam el I a
Chapter. Order of Eastern Star, were
the guests of Mrs. J. Norman Schmitt
and Mrs. F. A. Van Kirk at the beau
tiful home of the former. 251 Laurel
hurst avenue, Thursday afternoon. The
rooms were lovely, with yellow chrys
Members present were Mrs. I M.
Davis. Mrs. W. S. Cutler, Mrs. A. H.
Trego. Mrs. C. W. Miller, Mrs. G. A
Johnson, Mrs. F. A. Watts. Mrs. Law
rence Phillips, Mrs. I. T. Mason, Mrs.
G. E. Hamaker, Mrs. F. A. Van Kirk,
Mrs. Charles Pye. Visitors: Mrs. Oliver
Cutter, Mrs. A. J. McDaniel and the
hostess. The cfub will meet with Mrs
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G. E. Hamaker, 372 East Thirty-sixth
street North, on December 7.
A brilliant affair of the middle of
the month will be the Al Kader Temple
ball to be given at Hotel Multnomah
on November 15. It will be a very
large and notable event, both ball
rooms and the cardroorns to be used
for the dancers, the mezzanine floor
to be used for promenading. The affair
is complimentary to all Shriners and
their women friends and relatives.
A committee has been selected com
prising A. B. Gottschalk, J. E. Buck
ingham, D. G. Carpenter, A. W. Orton,
and C. II. Thomas, and they are making
plans for an elaborate affair.
Two orchestras have been engaged,
and the list of patronesses includes
many prominent women of various sec
tions of the city.
fireplace, while the young people lis
tened to ghost stories. Each person
came in costume appropriate to the oc
casion. The unmasking revealed th
following: The Misses Helen Webber,
Ruth Mock. Myrtle Mock. Helen Ztgler,
Velma Hendy. Ruth Battln. Lucile
Saunders, and Malcolm Braley, James
Braley, Walter McMonies, Herbert Rey
nolds, Richard McLardy and Charles
One of the delightful affairs of the
week was a party Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Claude Depue,
658 Powell street, the occasion being
the birthday of the hostess and her
sister, Mrs. C.-TT. Tichener.
Late In the afternoon a dainty repast
was rerved to the following guests:
Mrs. H. L. Spillman, Mrs. L. Sauerman,
Mrs. J. Kunz, Mrs. A. Kunz, Mrs. Stolle.
Mrs. Hemsbaben, Mrs. Illge, Mrs. Fred
Sauerman, Mrs. Tichenor.
Mrs. Spillman is the house guest of
Mrs. Depue, visiting here from San
nd unique costumes, after which danc
ing, games and refreshments sultaDie
to the occasion were enjoyed by all.
After a most successful year, the
Portland Health Chautauqua celebrated
their first anniversary in the VN odmen
f the World Hall Monday evening witn
Halloween party, including games ana
dancing. Halloween refreshments were
The committee, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Greenfield. Dr. W. Reynolds and A.
Rollman. with their willing helpers.
ransformed the hall Into a bower
ith Autumn leaves, pumpkins, corn-
talks and evergreens.
The programme was rendered by
members of the organisation as follows:
Opening song and Flynn exercises.
led by Miss Carrie Hunt; health taiK,
by Doctor Stockton; address of wel
come. Dr. S. W. Stryker; vocal solo,
by Miss VIggers. of the Monday Musical
Club, accompanied by Miss tHa Jones,
piano solo. Miss Ella Jones; reading.
Mrs. James; violin solo. Master Thur-
man J. Hart: violin and mandolin duet.
Mister Thurman J. and Winifred Hart.
accompanied by little Miss Helen Story;
ocal duet. Mr. and Mrs. Robert jacoos;
reading. Dr. S. W. Stryker; fancy
ances, "Butterfly" and "Highland-
Scotch dances, by Little Miss Lucile
Barnard; vocal solo, Robert Jacobs;
reading, H. G. Huntington; original
poem, by the club poet. Mr. Smith;
witch scene from Macbeth, by J. R.
Greenfield, assisted by Mrs. w. T. Lyon.
Mrs. J. R. Greenfield. Mrs. H. Melby
and Mrs. A. Rollman. dressed as
witches. Mrs. W. T. Lyon told for-
unes in the witches' hut during the
The merriest of stepping parties given
in the past week at which Halloween
frivolity ran high was that of the Hi
Steppers, which was given in Murlark
ballroom on Tuesday evening.
The next party to be given by this
popular club will be Tuesday evening,
and as an attraction, election returns
will be given out Hk intervals. Mrs.
Lee Thompson. Mrs. J. D. bwank, Mrs.
Bruce Stewart and Mrs. C. A. Dorrance
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A pleasant Halloween party was en
joyed at the home of Mrs. William
Drapeau, 1097 East Yamhill street,
Tuesday evening. The evening was
passed at cards and a buffet supper
ended the merriment. Elaborate aeco
rations of yellow and black, with great
orange chrysanthemums as a feature.
were attractive.- Honors at cards were
won bv Mrs. Norman Slocum and Al
bert Breedlove. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sullivan, Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Breedlove, Mr. and Mrs,
Norman Slocum, Mr. and Mrs. William
Koch, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams,
Thiel Sullivan and Miss Margaret
The Woodlarks have completed ar
rangements for their dancing party to
be held November 9 atMuriark hall, rne
event is being looked forward to with
much interest and a good time is an
The following committee nas tne ar-
fair in charge: Elizabeth Bowe. Lucy
Dake. Hattle Larsen. Gertrude Brooke.
Vivien White. Hilda Johnson. Grayce
Thompson. Anna MacKerrow. Veronica
White. Laura Lingaas. tiauae ivemp.
Alfred Foster. Dick Harlln. William
Land, Fred Munson, Quincy Muntzel.
Gordon Bye, Walter Westman, Warren
Kohlman and Jack Sammons.
On Thursday Mrs. I. Faulkner, past
grand, and -Mrs. Emma Maple, noble
grand, of Utopia Rebekah Lodge, were
delightful hostesses for a dinner party
at Mrs. Faulkner's home. 430 East Mill
street. In honor of the officers of their
lodge. Place cards were Halloween
kewpies. The afternoon was devoted
to "600." honors falling to Mrs. lamina
Sharon, Mrs. Lena Westbrook and Mrs.
Jennie Klatler. Those present were:
Mesdames Mary Tomllnson, Mary
Swan. Rose Clark. Jennie Andrews. Jen
nie Kistler. Christine Anderson. Nellie
Minor. Emma Sharon, Ella Chrisman.
Pearl Sturgess, Lena Westbrook, L.
Richmond. Anna Holt. Ida Steele and
Miss Jessie Henderson.
U-Re-Ka Club was entertained by
Mrs. Louise Williams Friday afternoon
at her home. Honors fell to Mrs. E. G.
Ericksen and Mrs. W. A. GilL Mrs. J.
F. Albright will entertain the club
next week at her home, 1125 Missouri
Those present were:' Mrs. Edward
Oliver. Mrs. P. Boon. Mrs. B. F. Pad
rlck. Mrs. Emil Schacht. Mrs. Emit
Kroll, Mrs. Myrtle Edmonston, Mrs.
W. A. Gill. Mrs. M. C. Fransett. Mrs,
Charles Mayer, Mrs. J. F. Albright. Mrs.
E. G. Ericksen, Mrs. Louise Williams
and Miss Ada Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wightman. 474
College street, entertained with a Hal
loween dinner party Tuesday night.
Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kopf,
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin C. Green. Mr.
and Mrs. O. P. M. Jamison and M. A.
The annual dinner grven by the Rose
City Park Club on Tuesday evening
was a noted success, there being more
than 100 people in attendance. Being
Halloween night, the decorations were
arranged in accordance with the sug
gestlons of that event and it was ob
for Holiday Shoppers
CilVs holiday) lines are now on display in variety and accustomed abundance. While the holiday nec
tervice and shopping conveniences are noteworthy, there are certain self-evident advantages in early shop
ping. Come any time, if only to inspect.
Choose Your Personal Greeting Cards Early
Holiday sentiment is delicately expressed in Personal Creeling Cards order now
for delivery nhen wanted. Creal Variety to choose from.
Specially Priced Items in Novelty Calendars
O. Henry Calendar 60
Fannie Merritt Palmer Dinner
Calendar at GOf
Golden Thoughts Calendar oOf
Football Calendar, by Walter
Wallace Nutting Calendar..
, 35, 750
LaTender and Old Lace Calen
dar at 50c
Business Man's Calendar. . .33
Orders are now being taken for Monogram
Stationery for Christmas Gifts Second Floor
:Timely Suggestions From the Big;
Th Wrick of the
Tfce Rnalnesa of Delna a
"Xlirhta R m e. Vealee,
London and l'arl' S3.O0
Elizabeth Robins I'ennell.
"Old Age. Ita Caone and
HAndrofl and the Iion
nd Other IMayn. ,
The best books of all pub
lishers, the most beautiful edi
tions, as well as inexpensive
books of merit, are collected
A place of fascination, en
joyment, romance for both
parents and children.
-Story Hour" every Satur
day at 2:30 and again at 3:30,
in charge of Miss Beatrice
The Wonderful Year". . .$1.40
William J. Locke.
"K m m y L n'a Road to
George Madden Martin.
When a Man's a Mu"
Harold Bell Wright.
The Masmlftrent Adrra-tnre-
and bring the chfl-
Sln of the Children". .
The J. K. Gill Co., Booksellers, Stationers and Complete Office Outfitters.
Third and Alder.
served with merriment. The waiters
were 10 of the best-known men in Rose
City Park and they acquitted them
selves with great credit wearing big
yellow clown caps. At 9 o clock the
fete was turned Into a dancing party.
lasting until midnight.
A group of IS young folk have start
ed a chain of progressive dinner
pnrties, the first one being given last
Tuesday. The following were hosts
for the va-rlous courses: Mr. ana Mrs.
Ervln G. Leihy, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Zimmerman. There also was informal
Harvey Utter, of 804 East Thirty
third street, gave a Halloween party
on Saturday and on Monday evening
Mtss Irene Utter entertained with
masquerade party. Dancing and re
freshments were the diversions of the
Mr. and Mrs. Jess C. Hess were nr
prised pleasantly at their Rose City
Park home on Halloween eve wh
22 of their friends, en costume, made
the evening merry. After several
hours of "500" supper was served at
The Inter-Se Club were entertained at
the home of Miss Beatrice O'Brien last
week with a Halloween party. Cards
were a feature of the affair, honors
falling to Miss Lydla Danmier and
The Hazelwood Club, composed of
employes of the Hazelwood Company,
held the first of a series of dancing
parties in Arcanum Hall Tuesday night,
The dancing party to be given by the
Alameda Club at Cotillion Hall on No
vember 9 is being looked forward to
with much pleasurable anticipation.
All final arrangements have been made
and there is every assurance that the
affair will be a complete success.
At the mettlng of the club held Tues
day, October 31, at the home of Mrs.
vlAa K. Scott. 767 East Twenty-
seventh street North, a report from the
committee on finance was received. The
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different community clubs are meeting
with such success in the sale1 of tickets i
that a special meeting has been called
for next Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. L F. Fuller. 731 East Twenty
eighth street North. The club is most
grateful for the assistance which it is
receiving from outside organizations.
The completed list of patrons and
patronesses Is as follows: Dr. and Mrs.
C. J. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand
Reed, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Varney,
Captain and Mrs. Delmar Shaver. Dr.
and Mrs. W. M. Klllinirsworth. Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Staley, Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
Claridge, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cousins.
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Laidlaw, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Seeberger. Mr. and Mrs.
Omar Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Por
ter. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Held, Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Cleeton. Captain and
Mrs. Tibbetts, Mrs. Catherine Wesla
way and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Fuller.
The floor committee, of which Mr.
Dudley Clark is chairman. Is as fol
lows: William Bechtold. R. D. Stone.
L. F. Fuller. Dr. E. K. Scott. S. M. Brat
ton, A. W. James, 1L H. Wade, Dr.
Frank Paul Flrey, G. Jf. Versteeg. Dr.
A. J. Browning, Robert Maguire, Frank
H. Page. Dr. Carl T. Ross. William
Richmond. Oliver K. Jeffery. J. IL Mid
dleton, Ted Preble and Dudley Clark.
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The Progressive Business Men's Club
will entertain with a dinner-dance at
Hotel Multnomah in the assembly hall,
a special feature to be the reading of
election returns as fast as they come
in. The affair will commence at 7
Dinner will be served In the Oxford
Parlors of the First Methodist Episco
pal Church at 6:30 o clock on election
night, and election returns received
direct from headquarters during the
evening will be flashed on a canvas in
the Sunday school temrle. Between
messages at interesting programme
with stereopticon views and good music
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An enjoyable evening was spent at
dancing party given by the Misces
Mary Appleby and Helena Floss at
the Appleby home October 28. The
house was decorated with Halloween
novelties and Autumn leaves. Members and friends of the J. U. G.
Those present were Misses Elizabeth I Club were guests at its annual Hal-
Kirby, Err.a Husman, Ruth Alexander, loween party given at the home of the
Florence King, Ruby Mayer, Dorothy I Misses Helen and Esther Zimmerman
Wissinger, Margaret Casner, of Hood I Tuesday night. The
River; Josephine Sandle. Lucille and
Genevieve Howell, Gertrude and Helena
Floss and Mary Appleby; Messrs. Rx
Appleby, Spencer Goodale, Burnett
Walker, Otto Shindler, Stanley Gozesky,
Herman Husman, Donald Duffy, Victor
Nielson, Alfred Borquoist. Tom Hewitt,
Rudolph Dahlgren and Ben Alexander.
A sttwr party was the delightful en
tertainment provided by Miss Mabel
Mortendyke' for her friends on Hallo
ween night. Laughable costumes were
the feature of the evening. Miss Eliza
beth Krieget was arrayed as Buster
Brown, Miss Anna Joss, Charlie Chap
lin: Miss Margaret Mathews, a "perfect
gentleman"; Miss Ethel Mathews,
farmer boy; Miss Clara Flaherty, a
"Hebrew"; Miss Amelia Feichtinger,
farmer; Miss Lena Krleger, sporting
costume; Miss Irene Byron, school boy;
Miss Grayson, Yama Yama. and Miss
Mortendyke. Ambrose. The rooms were
decorated in yellow and black, and
Autumn leaves. Bobbing for apples,
and other games, were indulged in. fol
lowing which lighj. refreshments were
served. Miss Grayson won the prize
Miss Iris Saunders was hostess at a
Halloween frolic for a few friends at
her home In Irvington. Tuesday night.
The guests were met by "spooks" and
conducted through dark passages into
a room hung with orange streamers,
black cats. bats, pumpkins, and other
decorations. Here games were played
and a mock Initiation took place. Re
freshments were served in front of the
rooms were a
bower of yellow and black for dancing.
A buffet supper was served. Among
those present were Misses Rita Lind,
Mable Holmes, Hllma Fox, Annabel
Crawford. Esther Rudeen, Lucile Slev-
ers. Edan Cobb. Phoebe Gage. Alarott
Lasson. Agnes Tdrgler. Tirzah McMil
len, Helen and Esther Zimmerman, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Torgler, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Rudeen, Mr. and Miss Lyman,
Mr. and Mrs. William Lloyd. Mrs. and
Mrs. Leon Fabre, Jr., and several young
Mount Hood Circle 157 entertained
with a Five Hundred card party, Tues
day night, at the Women of Woodcraft
Temple. Pink cosmos and Caroline
Testout roses were arranged effectively
aDout the rooms. Delightful musical
selections were rendered by Mrs. Hazel
Fleishman. Mrs. Sara Wilson had
charge of the card tables. Mrs. AIM
Simmons, assisted by Mrs. Anna De
lury, presided over the refreshment ta
ble. Card honors fell to Mrs. Margaret
Werthelmer, Dr. Irving Tlckner, Mrs.
Ada Roth and J. Matting. On the com
mittee were: Mrs. Donna McDaniels
and Mrs. Amerla Tlegean.
The Good Fellowship Society of Trin
ity Episcopal Church, an organization
for the promotion of social service and
social activities in the parish, enter
tained at the parish house Tuesday
with a Halloween party for the children
of the Sunday school and their parents.
There were about 70 children present.
The programme opened with a grand
march, which displayed many clever
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