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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, NOVEMBER
5, . 1916.
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will be given. From 10 o'clock until
midnight a supper will h served. The
public la invited, but dinner will be
served first to those making reserva
tions. The 1D17 "Prom" announce their No
vember dance for Friday night, Novem
ber 10, at Christensen's Hall. The
"Prom" has always excited a great deal
of enthusiasm among the younger set
and especially among the high school
students. The sponsors for the affair
are: Mr. and Mrs. Belden 'H. Grant,
Mr. and Mrs. Ross W. Elkins and Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence H. Schmidt. The
committee includes the Misses Helen
Cornwall, Harriett Walters, Eva Twine
ham, Esther Doty. Helen Dorres. Doris
Clark. Ruth Doty and Ruth Stoughton
and Messrs. Harold Grant, Fred Boyn
ton. Harry Schaecher. Lloyd Stiles. Carl
Mumson, Ray Toomey. Norman Schaech
er and Andrew De Mento.
Invitations have been Issued by the
Woodlarks for their first 1916 dancing
party that has been announced. for
Thursday evening. November 9. and to
take place In Murlark ballroom. Plans
of the committee are to make this par;y
a "different party" and features are
prepared to make it an unusual suc
cess. On the committee are: Claude Kemp,
Alfred Foster. Dick Harlin. William
Land. Fred Munson, Elizabeth Bowe.
Lucy Dake, Hattie Larsen, Gertrude
Brooke, Vivian White. Quincy Muntzel,
Gordon Bye. Walter Westman. Warren
Kohlman. Jack Sammons, Hilda John
son, Grayce Thompson, Anna MacKer
row, Veronica White and Laura Lin
gass. The Portland Railway, Light &
Power Company employes announce
their second annual ball for Saturday
evening. November 18, for which invi
tations soon will be Issued. This party
will be given in Murlark ballroom, and
Is being looked forward to by the many
Committees and patronesses will be
The Daughters of the Covenant will
hold their regular monthly card party
on Tuesday afternoon at the B'nal
Brith building. Mrs. M. Gilbert will be
hostess for the occasion, and prizes and
refreshments are Included In the pro
gramme. Games will start promptly at
On the evening of November 9 the
.taatern star board of relief will give
an informal dance and card party on
the second and third floors, respec
tively, in the West Side Masonic Tern
'pie, to which all Masons, Eastern Stars
and their friends are most cordially
A silver tea for the benefit of the
Armenian relief fund will be given on
the afternoon Thursday from 3 until 6
o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. Roger
Hastings, 1231 Cleveland avenue. Pied
mont. Musical programme; articles for
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The Revelers, A. Amacher, chair
man of committee, will hold their open
ing dance for this season in the Mult
nomah Hotel ballroom on Wednesday
A card social will be given by the
St. Charles Club. Thursday evening, at
the residence of Mrs. Plover, 1045 East
Twenty-eight street North.
Miss Evadne Frances Avery became
fiie bi Ida of Carl Radcltffa iloore, of
Toledo, Or., on Wednesday night at the
home of- the bride's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Avery, 751 East Ankeny
street. About 40 close friends and rel
atives were present at the ceremony
and reception which followed. Rev.
Robert Elmer Smith officiated and
Ralph T. Moore, of Bandon, brother of
the bridegroom, played the wedding
The house was decked with quanti
ties of roses, chrysanthemums. Autum
nal foliage and evergreens. A canopy
of Oregon grape was erected for the
The bride was attired in a gown of
white taffeta over net, ornamented with
a design embroidered in rose silk and
silver. She carried a shower bouquet
of white bride's roses and lilies of the
valley and she rIbo wore a lavalliere
of pearls, the gift of the bridegroom.
The wedding was the occasion for
on informal reunion of the three men
members, in Oregon, of the literary
class of 1907. University of Michigan:
Robert E. Hitch. Randall R. Howard
and the bridegroom.
The evening closed with the serving
of a supper, at which the custom of
cutting the bride's and the -wedding
cake were observed.
The out-of-town guests were: Mr.
and Mrs. George W. Moore. R. T. Moore.
John S. Moore and Miss Hattie F. Boak.
of Bandon: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Avery.
of Newberg. Those, residing lnthe city
were: Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Avery, Miss
Felice Avery, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. John
son. Miss Gladys Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Keenan. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Keen-
an. Mrs. W. M. Thurston. Miss Grace
Thurston. Miss Hazel M. Johnson. Mr,
and Mrs. W. Clifton Johnson, Mrs. Ed
ward Thurston. J. W. Sweeney, Miss
Grace Sweeney. Mark Sweeney. Mrs,
Mary Lonzen. Robert E. Hitch. Mr. and
Mrs. R. R. i-iowara. air. ana jurs. 1. a.
Smith, Miss Ivaleta Smith, F. W. Falke,
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hall. J. r. Stewart,
Mrs. Anna C. Crane, Lester W. Keenen,
and Donald Avery.
A wedding which .came as a great
surprise to their many friends on Hal
loween evening was , that of Miss Dor
othy Mae Miller, of this city, and Dr.
C. B. Traviss, of Lockport. N. Y. The
bride Is the daughter of Mrs. Catherine
The guests were assembled for cards,
when, at 10 o clock, the tables were
cleared away and Miss Edith Moyer
played Lohengrin's "Wedding March,
The bridal party stood under a bower
of Autumnal foliage, ferns and yellow
chrysanthemums. The bride's only at
tendant was her sister. Miss Beulah
Miller, and William Gregory acted as
best man. ,
The bride, who la a lovely girl, was
attractive in a gown of white taffeta
with overdrape of georgette crepe and
pearl trimmings. Her veil was effec
tively caught with a rope of pearls
and gracefully hung to the hem of her
gc'ti. She carried a shower of Bride's
roses and jasmine.
Miss Beulah Miller wore a dress of
white embroidered organdie and yellow
satin. She carried yellow chrysanthe
Dr. A. B. Calder officiated.
A buffet supper was served.
The young couple will be at home
to their friends in Los Angeles. Cal.
after January 1.
Among those present were: Misses
Edith and Trade Moyer, Mabel Metcalf.
Winifred and Helen Miller. Helen Stod
dard, Helen Thurston, Beulah Miller,
Estelle McCarthy, Doris i-ora. Mrs. C,
E. Miller, Mrs. J. Whitten. Mrs. J. Stod
dard. Mr. and Mrs. Spear Herllnger,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Helrert, Messers. Jack
Dee&an, Claude Lomax, Fred Johnson,
Leonard Dawson. Stanton Lapbtm, Mel
in Weiss. John Whitten. Floyd. Hal
lock, Dr. Belknap and John Lee.
A pretty home wedding- took place at
the home of M. Johnson on Wednesday
evening-, when his daughter. Lillian El-
vera, was married to Forest Serven. of
this city. The home was decorated
prettily In wild ferns and the Oregon
grape, under a canopy of -which the
service was read. The bride was at
tired in a white satin dress with a full
tunic of net, which hung in points to
the bottom of her dress, and a cap and
veil of net." She carried a large bou
quet of bride's roses. Miss Esther Sor
enson was bridesmaid - and the Misses
Helen Bontrager and Florence Soren
son were the flower girls. The bride
groom was attended by his brother,
Ray Serven. Mr. Johnson gave his
daughter In marriage and the Rev. C.
C. Rarick performed the ceremony. An
elaborate supper was served to about
25 close friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Serven will reside at 638
A beautiful wedding- was solemnized
at Hillsboro, Or., on the evening of
October 28. when Miss Lenora Mamie,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gard
ner, was married to Melvln Fayette
Lohengrin's weddingr chorus was
played by Miss Ruth Willmoth Jones,
of Orenco, as the bridal party entered,
the bride on her father's arm. attired
In georgette crepe over satin an4 rare
lace, with real orange blossoms in
her hair and bridal bouquet of roses
and lilies of the valley.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conlee were the
best man and bridal maid. The wedding-
ceremony, with ring-, was impres
sively performed by Or. J3. C. Cline. or
Portland, after which a wedding sup
per was served.
Miss Beryl Campbell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. L. J. Campbell, of Walla
Walla, became the bri-ij of Virgil O.
McWhorter, at high noon on Tuesday,
October 31. at the residence of the
bride's parents. Rev. A. II. Lathrop. of
thA First Methodist Church, officiating.
The bride is a charming and accom
plished young woman, and frequently
has visited in this city, where the has
Mr. McWhorter is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. V. McWhorter. of North Yakima,
and he and his bride are graduates of
the Washington State College, and due
to their popularity in college activities,
they have hosts of friends throughout
the Northwest. They will be at home
after December 1. in Washington. D. C,
where Mr. McWhorter is connected with
the bureau of animal industry.
Da vi-S haver.
The wedding of Miss Electa Gladys
Shaver to Charles W. Davis was sol
emnized Wednesday evening at 7:45 at
the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Les
ter Hammer, 1200 East Grant street.
Dr. R. Klmer Smith, of Sunnyslde Meth
odist Church, reading the service. The
bride was attended by Miss Dorothy
Conrad as maid of honor, and Harry
Simpson was best man. Miss Clarrls
Churchill played the wedding march
for the approach of the bridal couple.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Shaver, of Newberg, Or. The
bridegroom is the son of H. M. Davfs.
prominent business man of North
The young couple left for a brief
wedding trip and will make their home
n Newberg, Or.
Harry T. Larsen and Miss Ella Davis
were married last night at the bride's
home, Minnesota avenue, the Rev. J.
Carlos Ghormley officiating. Mrs.
Ohormley played the wedding march.
Henry Ounther and Miss Pearl Walker
attended the couple.
The rooms were beautifully decorat
ed. A wedding eupper. was served. Mr.
Larsen Is superintendent of Rodney
Avenue Chrintlan Church, and his bride
s a prominent member. The bride wore
a beautiful white silk gown and carried
roses. The couple will reside lu Port
Mrs. John Rogers and daughter, Mr.
HORDE OF WITCHES AND GOBLINS MAKE MERRY
AT Y.W. C. A. WHEN HALLOWEEN IS CELEBRATED
Fun Galore Furnished for Evening When Regulation Prank Are Played and
Is That of Fortune Teller's Booth Attendance Large and Jolly
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Come one. -come all;
To tha witches' call.
IN RESPONSE to this call a large
crowd of girls gathered at the Y.
W. C. A. on Tuesday evening for a
Halloween frolic. A raid had evidently
been made on some farmer's corn field
and his pumpkin vines to furnish the
decorations for the occasion, and the
great shocks of 'corn, grinning Jack-o'-lanterns,
witches on the wing, little
hoot owls blinking from dimly lighted
chandeliers and black cats everywhere
except on the programme were made
an Ideal setting for the evening's fes
Mabel Robertson, are home after a visit
of two months In Eastern cities.
Among Fall visitors In Los Angelet
at Hotel Clark during the past week.
registered from this city, are Mr. and
Mrs. Mletan Winn and O. A. Perry.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Willis (Gladys
Crockett), of 1074 Hassalo street, are
receiving felicitations on the arrival ot
a son. born Wednesday morning.
Miss Viola Held, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George C. Held, is visiting friends
In Seattle, where she is being delight
fully entertained. She will remain In
the Sound city until after Thanksgiving
Among well-known residents of this
city visiting Los Angeles during the
past week, who stoppyl at Hotel Clark,
are included the following: A. B. Cox,
Mrs. H. E. Dallas. Mrs. J. Sherwood
Knight, Thomas K. Whiteside, L. S.
Mrs. Genevieve R. Henderson and
son. Roger, left on the Great Northern
for California, shipping her car on the
same bont. She will meet her husband
in San Francisco, from which point
they will tour Southern California
Mrs. -Henderson expects to return to
her apartments in the Bretner about
Despite the downpourlng rain, so
ciety turned out In large numbers to
attend the November dinner dance at
the University Club. One of the larg
est parties was a "Dutch, treat." which
Included about 20 of the married con
tingent. Two parties of ten added to
the larire list, one for which Mr. and
Mrs. William B. Roberson were hosts,
and one presided over by Mr. and Mrs.
Henry w esslnger.
Before purchasing that cameo consult
Jamea Cini & Co.. cameo experts. Have
most exclusive carvings and original
mountings In city. We also have a beau
tiful selection genuine antique jewelry.
Wilt more than pay you to give us a
Forest Hall on the highway, open to
guests all Winter Adv.
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prunes to present to their leader who,
owing to illness during the Summer,
had been unable to fill her fruit closet.
However, the president was not able
to be present and the meeting was con
ducted by Mrs. W. F. Saraway, acting
Among other business the budget
for the ensuing year was arranged. J50
being voted to the philanthropic- com
mittee, $40 'to the music department.
410 to the evening department and $50
to the social committee. Other com
mittees which were not yet fully or
ganized will be allowed their share
The delegates to the recent conven
tion at Seaside reported on that gath
ering. Mrs. Saraway told how ably
and tactfully Mrs. Castner had pre
sided. Mrs. Chipping gave an account
of the scholarship loan fund; Mrs. F. S.
Smith reported the resolutions and
legislative work; Mrs. J. W. In galls
the federation spirit, and Mrs. J. E.
Ferguson the progress In art and edu
cation. Mrs. Castner's topic was "President's
Night." Owing to the fullness of the
programme she did not repeat her ad
dress given at that time, but will do so
at some later date.
The programme for the next meeting
will be in charge- of Mrs. F. E. Newby,
chairman of the committee.
The following committees have been
appointed for the Unitarian Woman's
Literary and- ntudj Programme, Mrs. L.
J. Wentworth, Mn. TV. O. Kllot. Jr., Mrs.
(lrc Watt Rns, Mrs. Sinclair Wllnori;
"Cup of Tea." - Mn. Burdetta Thayer. Mr.
C. IT, Oantenbeln. Mrs. Gordon Voorlite;
social service. - Mrs. R. W. Montague. Mn.
H. O. Holiues; vlitlng, Mrs, W. K. KUIjIic.
Mrs. C. V. . )itvhut-t : planning- and cutLing,
Mrs. Xobln Wyllo Jon, Mrs. V. H. Burrau
Mra. L,. A. Montague. Mrs. W. H. tirav."
Mrs. l,i K. Hume, Mrs. M. R.' ilnmpson.
Mrs. Noble "VVMie Jones, Mrs. M. B. Ran
som, Mrw, A. O. Smith. Mrs. fteneca Smith.
Mrs. Albert -Smith: lunrheon. Mrs. H. t'.
The early part of the evening was
given over the study by Miss Burton's
J. J. Club and the commercial depart
ment, and to games appropriate to the'
occasion. Miss Hattie Hatch, a typical
old witch, had a long waiting line of
inquisitive girls continually at her door
eager to know their fate. A grand
march up ' the stairway brought the
whole company to the gym, where
ghosts and guests, witches and spooks,
clowns and piccaninnies all Joined in
a series of marches and counter
marches under the direction of Miss
Jacobs, tha physical director. A gen
eral good time followed this part of
Everybody enjoyed the pumpkin pie.
SCENES AT REED COLLEGE CAMPUS CLEAN-UP
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Wheeler. Mrs. If. C. Krye. Mlas Mildred Cor
liss. Mrs. E. W. Crlrhton, Miss Henrietta
Eliot. Mrs. Charles A. Hart. Mrs. Charles
J. Schnabel. Mrs. Harry L.. Vorss; pre.
Mrs. Elliott Habersham: music. Mrs. Henry
Bergtr. Jr.; housekeeping, Mrs. Carrie
The dramatic department of the
Portland Shakespeare Club will meet
in the Library on Wednesday at S
McMlnnvUIe "Woman's Club heard re
ports of the state convention at the
meeting on Thursday.
The meeting of the Carrie Jacob
Bond Musical Club will be held Satur
day. November 11. at 2 P. M. at the
home of the director. Mrs. Carrie R.
Beaumont, 34S Glenn avenue. The presi
dent. Stella Van Vleet. will preside at
the business meeting, a programme and
social hour following.
Under the leadership of Mrs. Mabel
Holmes Larson the Laurelhurst Study
Club has taken up' an extensive course
of study. Shaw's "Man and Superman"
and Granville Barker's "Madras House"
were compared at the meeting last
In addition to the regular lesson Mrs.
T. S. Townsend gave a flve-mlnute talk
on Julia Marlowe giving an Intimate
and personal portrayal of her life and
personality. Mrs. E. C. Chandler told
of the "Little Theater Movement." and
Mr. C. W. Hayhurst gave a brief syn
opsis of the. local "Motion Picture Cen
The club extended greetings to tha
little son born two weeks ago to Mrs.
R. C. Little, who was a popular mem
ber. On Tuesday Shattuck Parent-Teacher
Association had one of the most suc
cessful meetings of the season. Mrs. J.
F. Kelly presided. W. L. Finley exhib
ited pictures and lectured and gave
great pleasure to the assembled guests.
Louis Kaufman played violin solos and
the school children sang. The school
double quartet, drilled by Miss Ines
Stark, gave special selections. Refresh
ments were served In the sewing-room.
The Daughter of Isabella will meet
tomorrow evening In Cathedral Hall.
Seventeenth and Couch streets. A large
attendance is desired.
Among Other Popular Institutions
Krent II w. Virginia Irwla,
with a topping of whipped cream, pro
vided by the lunch department for the
refreshments of the evening. Great
credit for the success of the affair Is
due to Mrs. Estes Snedecor and Mrs. R.
H. Stewart, of the social committee,
who were in charge, also to Mlsa
Becker, the Y. W. C. A. social worker,
who had charge of the games, and to
the other. Association workers who a
The J. J. Club of Junior girls enjoyed
the sports from start to finish.
The announcement was made that
similar social functions would be held
by the social committee tha third Tues
day of every month.
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Above. Virginia Well nnd Marlon West Aaalatlng Prealilent Knoter In the
Planting; of an Arlmr Mae Tree, Doiatnl to the ( sllrsr by tlr. ;. M.
Wells, llelow, Isabella Strain Kn joying the 4'rnel Ormustlnn of Msh
blnar Petroleum rolnua Into the llenrta of Dandrlionn.
Ueed College campus is as spick and span as a ship after .1 thorough
visitation of holy stone. Last Wednesday afternoon both students and fac
ulty donned old clothes and gave the campus a cleaning and rennvatintr which
will Insure Its neat appearance for the rest of the Winter. Various com
mittees divided up the work and rivaled each other in their attempts to Im
prove the general appearances of the college jnirroundlngi.
New paths were built, all refuse destroyed, weeds eradicated, the athletic,
field cleaned and a brldce built across the little stream which crostes the path
to Reedway avenue. After the afternoon's labor the workers were feaated at
the college commons, and a dance was held in the evenlnK.
HOMECOMING IS AFOOT
BI DAY PLAXMUU AT .COR V A I. US
for At.t;iF.-nti:c.ox game.
Soccer, Kootraces and Kntertalnment
of Graduates and Letter Men
Will Feature rroa ram me.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL. COL
LEGE, Corvallis. Nov. 4. (Special.)
Plans for a big "Homecoming" on the
day of the Oregon Agricultural Col
lege - University of Oregon football
game are going forward rapidly, and
from all Indications a vailed and Inter
esting calendar of sports and entertain
ment will be offered to the "old grads"
when they return to their alma mater
on November 2a.
A soccer game between teams from
the two state Institutions will be on
the boards In the morning, and a mix
between the frexhmen and sophomores
also is being planned. In the after
noon, cross-country teams, represent
ing both the university and the college,
will race just before the beginning of
the football game.
A special Invitation to all men who
have ever won a letter in a major sport
has been sent out by the Varsity ' O"
Association, and a large number of
monogram men are expected back. In
the evening the Varsity "O" Associa
tion will conduct a dance In honor of
the visitors. The association also Ie
planning on having a dinner In the
evening, and will entertain, members
of the two football teams.
Sunday will be open house, and all
the sorority. club and fraternity
houses on the campus will be open to
ALUMNI COUNCIL CHOSEN
Held by Mail
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eu
gene, Nov. 4. -(Special.) In a re
cent election held by mall, some 1200
alumni of the university selected their
alumni council, which will have gen
eral supervision of the administration
of the State Alumni Association.
The council is as follows: Ed Bailey,
'IS. Albany; Francis Galloway. "07, The
Dalles: Charlton Spencer. "13. Portland:
Andrew Collier. 'IS. Klamath Kails:
Thomas Townsend. "09. Ealem; Wendel
C. Barbour. '12. Eugene: Henry Mc
Klnney. "07. Baker; Mrs. Agnes McCor
nack, "08. Geary: Mrs. Camille Carrol
Bovard, '06, Eugene.
BOY SCOUTS IN'ARMY DRILL
New System at Hood River Causes
Ilapld Gain in Membership.
HOOD RIVER. Or.. Nov. 4. (Spe
cial.) With Wll'.;m Chandler, a cor
poral In Company 12. O. A. C, O. N. G-.
recently organized here, as scoutmas
ter, troops of Hood River Boy Scouts,
who now number ZS. will etudy mili
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tary drills each Monday tiiRht through
out the Winter. As a drill room, the
boys have the large basement of the
Hood River Hanking A.- Trust Company
building. Mr. Chandler says that he
will teach his eaifer pupils all he learns
about the manual of arms In the regu
lar drills of his artillery company.
The Boy Scouta have elected the fol
lowing boys as patrol leaders: Selmon
Gassoway, Louis Bailey and Wilbur
Since the military feature was added
to the training of the acouts. the mem
bership of the organization has been
Increasing very rapidly.
DR. SHELDON WILL SPEAK
Oregon Kduratnr to Take Active Part
In Kansas City Mooting.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu
gene. Nov. 4. (Special.) Dr. H. B.
Fh-ldon. of the school of education,
has been asked to read a paper on the
"Organization of Professional Work in
Colleee" before the Annual meeting of
the Association of Professors of Edu
cation In February, at Kansas City,
Dr. Sheldon is also state representa
tive In the Judging of the various moral
codes submitted in the state, in con
test for the $5000 prize offered by the
National Moral Code Association, of
Wn shin art on. D. C.
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