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THE SUNDAY OKEGOXIAN, PORTLAND, FEBRUARY -11, 1917. "
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nerved afternoon and evening and a
cordial invitation is extended to all.
The programme Is in. charge of Mrs.
!r. Harris. The committee: Mrs. T.
Mueller, chairman; Mrs. J. Schwind.
Mrs. V. Wagini. Mrs. H. Koerber. Mrs.
H. Eberhardt. Mrs. A. Koch, Mrs. A.
Heisler, Mrs. Suefert. Mrs. P. Schwabe,
Mrs. Schulze, Mrs. Geisler, Mrs. E. Else
and Mrs. Bpeis.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer A. Hanson, of
Willamette Moorage, are being: con
gratulated on the arrival of an eight
pound boy Wednesday, February 7.
Mrs. .Hanson will be remembered as
Miss Faye Wise.
An affair of paramount Importance
among the English folk of Portland
and their numerous friends is the card
party, and dance to be given by the
British Red Cross Society and St An
drews' Society on Monday, February
19, at Multnomah Hotel. Both "500"
and bridge will be played, and the
balance of the evening will be passed
in dancing. AU those who desire to
Play cards are requested to bring their
The committee is Mrs. R. Fairbairn,
chairman; Mrs. F. A. Greatwood, chair
man of bridge; Mrs. H. L. Sherwood,
Mrs. M. Morton, Mrs. K. K. Baxter,
Mrs. T. Burns, Mrs. C. Blakely, Mrs.
A. King, Mrs. A. T. Smith, Mrs. J.
Cormack. Mrs. J B. W. Lawson. Mrs
W. Whitfield, Mrs. J. J.. Panton, Mrs.
K. Blackwood, Mrs. D. H. Gowans, Mrs.
H. Hewitson. Mrs. G. Drynan, Vrs. W.
Jones, A. G. Brown. J. Cormack and
Floor committee H. Morton. K. K.
Baxter, J. Smith, R. Blackwood, A. G.
Brown, T. Burns, J. Cormack, R. Fair
bairn. Dr. Hall, J. B. W. Lawson.
Representing St. Andrews' Society
will be A. O. Brown, James Cormack,
J. M. Angus, K. K. Baxter, T. Burns
and R. X. Rennie.
Miss Amzell Samuels was hostess for
a charming dinner and dance in the
Tyrolean room of Hotel Benson on Fri
day night. Covers were placed for 12
at a table daintily decked in keeping
with St. Valentine, Spring flowers add
ing to the artistic adornment'. . Miss
Samuel's guests were her mother, Mrs.
I. S. Bickerton, Mr. and Mrs. A. T.
Lundborg, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F.
James, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lyons, Miss
Irene Pokorney Stein, Ludwig Pokor
ney, Clyde Collings and A. J. Nolan, of
The Episcopalian people of the city
will give a dinner at Hotel Portland
Wednesday evening in the interests of
the church pension fund. The church
Is raising a Jo, 000, 000 fund to pension
the clergy and Oregon has been asked
for J17.000. Although there will be
no solicitation for money, pledges will
be accepted, and plans will be made
for a systematic campaign. The din
ner is for men and women and it is
expected that there will be about 2T.0
present. The speakers will Include
Bishop Walter Taylor Sumner, Rig
Rev. Keator, of Olympia; Frank Spittle,
of Astoria; W. J. Burns, James B.
Kerr andt Joseph N. Teal.
The Thursday Night Dancing Club
met last week at the Harlow-Grady
Hall, and enjoyed a very delightful
evening. Their next party will be a
Colonial party on February 22, and in
addition to Colonial decorations, favors,
and novelties, the women members of
the club will-wear powdered coiffures
and beauty patches with their' evening
gowns to enhance the Colonial atmos
phere. An old-fashioned minuet will be
danced by the following in artistic Co
lonial costume: Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
Archer, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Freeman, Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Metzler, Mr. and Mrs.
Cotillion Hall was the scene of a gay
and merry dancing party on Friday
evening, when Mr. and Mrs. Montrose
M. Ringler entertained the members
of the Laurelhurst Club. Over 600
members were in attendance, and tne
affair was a great success. The hall
was decorated with Oregon grape and
reo. roses and th many-colored lights
gve It a very festive appearance. In
the receiving line with Mrs. Ringler
we.'e Mrs. Ferdinand E. Reed, Mrs.
William Davis, Mrs. Charles Ringler.
Mrs. F. D. Weber and Mrs. R. Jones.
The grand march was led by Pro
' fessor and Mrs. Ringler, and was a
maze of beautiful figures. Miss Fran
ces Hanrahan, the talented child dan
cer, was presented by Mr. Ringler and
gave a number of solos. The first
number was a toe dance. "Thq Rose."
This was followed later by the "Blue
bird" and "The Spanish. Jubilee." Each
dance- was artistically given and re
ceive! great applause.
Mr. and Mrs. Ringler d need the
"Montrose" waltz, the "Biltmore" and
- the "Twinkle" trot to the delight of
the big assemblage.
A pleasing novelty Introduced during
the evening was the 45-year-old effi
ciency dance. Only those 45 years
and over were permitted to dance. In
cluding W. M. Davis, Dr. Henry Coe,
A. C. Holmes, N. G. Pike and Pro
fessor Krohn and other prominent
Clifford Harrison was chairman of
the floor committee, and was ably as
Fisted by the committee of 19 mem
bers of the Laurelhurst Club. A vote
of thanks was given Mr. Ringler by
the club for a most enjoyable even
ing. Mrs. Ringler wore pink cbarmeuse,
with beaded lace and ostrich trimming.
Mrs. F. E. Reed wore a black velvet
gown; Mrs. F. D. Weber wore yellow
pussywillow taffeta; Mrs. Charles
Ringler cream velvet, fur trimmed;
Mrs. William Davis pink satin, chan
tilly lace trimming, and Mrs. R, E.
Jones black and white silk.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore B. Wilcox and
daughter. Miss Claire Wilcox, left
Tuesday night for Hotel Del Monte,
Coronado, where they expect to remain
for several weeks.
Mrs. Edward D. Kramer (Ruth Pose
' ner) and Mrs. W. C. Smith (Lola Ford)
entertained Portland Raynor Chapter
of Annie Wright Seminary at a lunch
eon at the residence of Mrs. Kramer
on "Friday. Covers were placed for 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Straugh were
hosts for a charming military whist
party on Tuesday night, in celebration
of the birthday annlversry of the for
mer. Twelve tables were arranged for
the game, each table having a fort
with a flag representing a different na
tion. New Zealand won the highest
- number of points. All about the rooms
were huge flags of various nation
alities draped over the doorways and
windows, and baskets and standards
filled with Oregon grape and pussy wil-
- low added to the pretty scene. Prizes
were awarded to Mrs. John Manning,
Mrs. George W. Caldwell, W." Y. Mas-
ters -and W. F. Miller. Mrs. R. T. Street
was In charge of the tables, and the
flag bearers were Mrs. C. W. Piatt and
Miss Alice Campbell. During the even
ing readings were given by Mrs. Boyer
rmith. The guests of honor in addition
to Mr. Straugh were Mrs.. M. ivepter,
of Salem, O.; Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kutt
r, of Alaska, and W. F. Miller.
Additional guests were. Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Arnett, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
L. Boss, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Banfield,
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Blaesing, Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. George
W. Caldwell, Miss Alice Campbell, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Evans, Mr. and- Mrs.
A. P. Goss, Mr. and Mrs. IX. C. Hunting-
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ton, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Inman. Mrs.
Charles F. Jones, Dr. F. Jones. Mrs. F.
D. Kuttner, Mrs. P. J. Mann, Dr. and
Mrs. Byron Miller, Mr. and Mrs. W. Y.
Masters, Mr. and Mrs. John Manning,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Menefee. Mr. and
Mrs. S. A. Murhard, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McNary. Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Piatt, Dr. and Mrs.
D. H. Rand, Mr. and Mrs? i-iorge W.
Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Street, Dr.
and Mrs. A. Tilzer, Mr. and Urs.A.
Tichner. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Waring,
Mrs. Boyersmith and Miss Hayek.
The home of Mrs. D. M. Watson: 251
Cornell Road, will be the scene of an
attractive Colonial tea to be given on
February 22 by the Portland Woman's
Research Club. Mrs. A. W. Moore. Mrs.
Jesse Bennett, Mrs. Robert Berger,
Mrs. A. A. Sanborn and Mrs. Herman
Heppner will assist in making the
plans ror the festivity. Four of the
clubwomen wearing the Martha Wash
ington costumes and a number of
young girls in Puritan attire will as
sist at the table and about the rooms.
F. S. Doernbecher and daughter. Miss
Ada Doernbecher, left Tuesday night
for California. They will motor from
San Francisco through the southern
part of. the state, planning to bo gone
for a month.
The next of the Informal dances for
which E. V. Hauser, of Multnomah
Hotel, is host will be held Wednesday
night in the assembly hall.
The Sons and Daughters of the
Pioneers of Oregon have arranged for
a dinner party to be given Wednesday
night in the ballroom of Multnomah
HoteL About 160 will attend.
The Co-Operatlon League will give
a Colonial auction bridge and "600"
party next Saturday from 2:30 to 4
o'clock in the Portland Hotel.
Mrs. A. H. Eilers will be chairman
of the committee of arrangements and
will be assisted by Mrs. E. E. Hender
shot. Mrs. Burdett Thayer. Mrs. Leon
ard J. Armstrong, Mrs. W. B. Hare,
Mrs. Warren A. Erwin, Mrs. C. L.
Smith, Mrs. T. C. Bloomer. Mrs. G. J.
Frankel has charge of the guest
. f EVENTS OF THE WEEK.
Sumner Relief Corps No. 21 enter
tained with a birthday party Saturday
CLEVER YOUNG WOMAN WHO WILL DANCE WITH HER HUSBAND
AT VISITING NURSE VALENTINE TEA.
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afternoon and evening for their mem
bers as wen as memoers oi sumner
Post having birthdays in November,
December and January. Each honor
guest presided over a table appro
priately Becked. November tablewas
bedecked with a turkey,- the December
table with Christmas favors al Jan
uary was bedecked with "Father Time."
After dinner a fine programme was'
given, the opening number being 'The
Star-Spangled Banner." Mrs. li Hen
dee," president, gave the opening ad
dress. This was followed by a solo
by Miss Winnifred Frost; piano solo
by Mrs. J. C. Albright; reading. Mrs.
M. Johnson, - solo Mr. Jenin. Remarks
were made by the patriotic instructor
of the post, and after a solo by Mrs.
Carty, the gathering closed th even
ings programme with "America.
Mrs. M. A. Averill celebrated her
birthday Friday, February 8, by giving
a tea to the Circle Four of the Sister
hood of the East Side Christian Church.
Her son, F. N. Averill, surprised h-r
with a mammoth birthday cake with
the required number of candles on it.
The guests were: Mesdames J. S. Ball,
Clara Bliss. A. K. Finley. J. M. Duncan,
William L. Settlemyer, Sue Jones, C. A.
Ward. H. E. Bloyd, JU A. Fisher, R. H.
Sawyer, Rosswel C. Powell, C. H. Cham-
breau, A. S. Cappa, H. N. Reel. J a.
MacCann. L. M. Cleek, Edith Brown,
Charles Daley, J. E. Lepper, Olevia J.
Leonard, G. C. Garrison, Lois and Floyd
Garrison, Mrs. W. G. Calhoun. Rev.
R. H. Sawyer, Miss Nellie Settlemyer, A.
K. Finley, J. F. Leonard, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Ij.. Averill, F. N. Averill, Jane and
Miss Margaret De Spain Dickson's
engagement to William Elmer Stone was
announced on Thursday at a pretty
luncheon for which Mrs. Henry Dalton
Zander was hostess at her apartments
in the Malcolm. The table was attrac
tively decked and covers were marked
for Miss Dickson. Miss Gene Robb,
Miss Ruth Johns, Miss Helen Borquist.
Miss Gwendolyn Smith, Mss Charlotte
fatterson, aiiss ivatnenne staniieia.
Miss Mildred Woodward, Mrs. N. Eu
genia De Spainand Mrs. Haldane Dick
son. Miss Dickson is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Haldane Dickson and the
bridegroom-to-be is a ion of Mr. and
Mrs. Stone, of Falrview, Or. The wed
ding will be an event of next month.
Mrs. C. C. Turley, 710 West Sixteenth
street. Vancouver, Wash., entertained
with a valentine luncheon at her home
Friday at 1 o'clock. The table was
decked with red tulips and small red
hearts, while the place cards were small
valentines. The scheme of hearts and
red tints was carried out in the
The guests were Mesdames J. M.
Denny, R. C. Wegner, William Mar
shall, C. G. MacClellum, J. T. Guerln.
M. R. Gray, Harry Burgy, J. T. Wasson,
of Vancruver, and Mesdames J. P. Sta
pleton and C. C. Thomason. of Portland.
This was the fourth of a series of de
lightful luncheons that Mrs. Turley has
ABERDEEN. Wash... Feb. 10. (Spe
cial.) A wedding of "widespread in
terest inGrays Harbor County was
that on Thursday of Miss Murlal Abel,
daughter of Attorney and Mrs. W. H.
Abel, of Montesano, to Dr. Max
Brachvogel. also of that city. The
couple have left for the East, where
Dr. Brachvogel plans to spend eight
months taking special work in Johns
Hopkins Institute. After completing
this work he and bis bride will re
turn to Seattle, where they will make
their home. Dr. Brachvogel was
graduated from the Aberdeen High
School in 1909, and is a graduate of
the University of Chicago Medical
A pleasant surprise was given Miss
Gertrude Blynn at her apartments at
Ionian Court on Monday evening, the
event being her birthday. Valentine
suggestions were carried out in the
entertainment and eupper. The guests
were Miss Florence Woods, Miss Lolita
Grange, Miss Helen Bennett, Miss Amy
Klum, Miss Olga Hallingby, Miss Edith
Plinkiewisch, Miss lnes Sturdevant.
Mlas Gladys Palm. Miss Wanda Paul
bach, Mlsa Cecilia Curran, Miss Edith
Connell, Miss Marjorie Wilson, Miss
Elizabeth Hull, Miss Iva Henderson.
Miss Grace Schrader; Miss Perle Me
eervey, Misa Gertrude Blynn. Mrs.
Daisy Smith and Mrs. Woods.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Port
land Motor Boat Club held their elec
tion at the home of Mrs. Charles E.
Hill.- Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.
George L. Baker was elected presi
dent; Mrs. Marie Riddell, vice-president;
Mrs. J. L. Smith, secretary and
treasurer. Master William Lelth Ross.
3 weeks old, was unanimously elected
mascot of the club.
Present were: Mrs. George L. Baker,
Mrs. W. IL Ross. Mrs. James L. Smith,
Mrs. George W. Kendall. Mrs. Charles
E. Hill, Mrs. Frank Vogler. Mrs. D.
A. Dyer. Mrs. Marie Riddell.
Honors were won by Mrs. Charles
E. Hill and Mrs. W. F. Ross. Refresh
ments were Served at 4 o'clock.
A delightful surprise party was
given for Miss Elizabeth Rubensteln at
her home, 808 Water street, Saturday
evening. One of the many enjoyable
diversions was a piano solo by Rose
Rubensteln. Those present included
Mrs. S. J. Rubensteln, Mrs. S. Goldstein,
Bessie and Rose - Rubenstcin. Nettie
Enkelis, Anna Swirt, Julia Rubenstefn,
Rebecca Weinstetnl Eva Goldstein,
Elizabeth Rubensteln, Rose Golthelph,
Pauline Swarts. Masie Seusman, Lucille
Wright and Samuel Greenberg, Reuben
Glickman, Ben Enkelts, Howard Gold,
Morris Pomerance, Simon Isenstein,
Sam Zeik and Henry Rosen.
One of the delightful events of the
week was the supper given by Mr. and
Mrs. A. - W. Belding at their home
Thursday night. Covers were arranged
for IS at a daintily appointed table.
The guests were entertained earlier
in the evening by Walter A. Bacon,
popular violinist of Portland, and Mrs.
Rose Blowers, dramatic reader.
The guests were: Mrs. Helen Bacon.
Walter A. Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. Hansen,
of Walla Walla, Wash.; Mrs. Florence
Sage. Arthur Goothin, Mrs. Rose Blow
ers, Mrs. .Wilbur Coll Inge, Miss Juantta
Holden, Miss Helen Bacon, Richard Ba
con and Lyle Ashcraft.
The Valentine stepping party given
by the Yaka Hula Girls Friday eve
ning, February 2, at Dawley's Hall,
East Thirty-fo-urtrvand East , Yamhill
streets, was enjoyed by a large num
ber -of the younger ,8t. The hall was
artistically decorated with red crepe
paper and hearts. The committee in
charge were Beryl Brackett, Grayce
Wessells, Leo la Davy, Ruth Leaman,
Ruby Prosser, Hazel Williams. Delia
Longmire. Nellie Tichenor, Ruth Grif
fin, Ruth McColm, Gladys Mahoney,
Florence Brown and Catherine Leaman.
Wednesday evening the Triads sur
prised one of their members. Miss
Catherine Frainey, with a linen shower
at her mother's residence. The mem
bers and friends present were Mrs. B.
Davis, Mrs. E. MeOmber, Fay Kandle,
Ruth Brady. Isabella Murphy, Mrs. C.
Collin, Addie Thayer, Elsie Hennings,
Mrs. Kettleberg, Edna Kettleberg.
I Jessie Desiata. Christie Desiata. Car-
lotta Ripley, Helen Frainey and Flor
Mr. and Mrs.. Wallace E. Mosher en
tertained with three tables of five hun
dred Thursday evening at their home.
in Pettygrove street, in honor of Miss
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Chic Hats of Silk
Pussy Willow Taffeta
v Gros de Londre Silk
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A group of shiny Lisere hats in popular
Clever ribbon hats, faced with straw.
Oriental trimmings and cute little Chinese
Our windows reflect every new style tendency.
The Wonder Millinery
At Sixth and Alder Streets
Welf - Dressed Women
WEAR TAILORED SUITS.
My New Spring Materials. Styles and
Prices Will Please You. Always
Making the Best. Ask My Customers.
402 iiorrlaon, Bet. 10th and 11th.
Mme. Lydia Coates
Founder and instructor of the first Department Store School of Dressmak
ing in America, upon the completion of her course of instruction at the Meier
& Frank Store, formed the i
Meier & Frank Sewing Club
to continue the study of dressmaking and designing along the lines laid
down by her. This Club meets every Tuesday at 2 P. M. in the Meier &
Frank-Auditorium, Sixth Floor. You and your friends are invited to attend
these free classes and share in the benefits of Mme. Coates able tuition.
Membera have the option of devoting their time and labors to the designing and
making of garments for themselves or the making of articles for the Welfare Commit
tee of the Club.
ATTEND THE NEXT CLUB MEETING TUESDAY AT 2 P. M.
Auditorium, Sixth Floor
P. S. You can register now for Madame Coates return course in Dressmaking and
Designing to be given at this store, exact date to be announced later in our ads.
Pattern Counter, Second Floor
iTtt& Quality' StoA& or Portland;
Genevieve Skinner, of Koseburg. Those
attending were, Mr. and Mrs. P. H.
Vehrlng. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cater.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brockman. Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Bridgeford. Miss Clari
bel Bridgeford, Harold B. Ford and
Miss Genevieve Skinner. -
Miss Florence O'Brien entertained a
number of friends at her home in Over
ton Btreet Tuesday evening. The even
ing was spent in dancing after which
BT OPENING CnEDIT ACCOUNTS
AT CHERRY'S SHOP.
Of course, many of the women who
have admired CHERRY3 advance
showings of smart Spring wearables
already had accounts at this popular
store. But doxens of others unable
to resist the double Inducement of
these charming new garments and
CHERRY'S generous terms of payment
have recently enrolled themselves ai
customers of Cherry's credit depart
ment. No initial payment Is required, you
know, of patrons whose references are
satisfactory. It's a new departure
proof of CHERRY'S effort to make It
easy for reliable people of Portland to
dress stylishly the year 'round.
You see, you won't be hampered by
the lack of a few dollars to serve as a
deposit. Your firert Installment later
on will be the first money you pay on
your Spring outfit, if you use this privi
lege at Cherry's.
The latest effects In Spring Sports
Attire are beautiful and striking.
Sports Suits. Sports Coats and Dresses
predominate the coming "ummer. In
cidentally, CHERRY'S have some Win
ter Suits and a very few Winter Coats
at low Clearance Prices . ow.
Their store Is at 8S9-91 Washington
street, Pittock block.
for young girls.
Prof. Montrose M. Ringler
Pupil of Chalif and Vestoff, noted Russian dancers
Announces a special class for children in Aesthetics,
Classical and Interpretive Dancing at
COTILLION HALL (14th, off Washington), Every Satur
day Afternoon at 2:30 o'Clock. Term Opens Saturday,
Application for enrollment may be made at the studio or
by phone Main 3380.
Miss Frances Hanrahan, the talented child dancer, who
will assist Mr. Ringler in the demonstration of exercises
The Russian System of instruction will be used.
Special Rates for the First Course, 50c a Lesson; 12
Lessons $5.00. Classes for Women Also.
Mr. Ringler is an authority on modern dancing.
Adult Classes Monday and Friday Evenings.
Private lessons daily by appointment.