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THE SUNDAY OHEGOXTAX. PORTLAND, FEBRUARY 18, 1917.
Miss Hazel Archibald, of Seattle; Miss
Isabella Macleay, Ruth hull and the
Wonderful New Spring
Suits are here
Miss Nancy Zan had planned a tea
for Thursday afternoon in honor of
Miss Warrenn. but owing to illness in
her family was obliged to postpone it.
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guest of her uncle and aunt. Colonel
and Mrs. C. E. S. "Wood, Miss Ailsa
MacMaster entertained with a charm
ing informal tea on Tuesday afternoon.
Spring flowers in charming; array
adorned the tea table and rooms, the
tea urns being; presided over by Mrs.
Miss Wiley is the daugrhter of Cap
tain and Mrs. Henry A. Wiley, who fre
quently have visited here. She is being;
delightfully entertained by prominent
folk, and is a charming sir, who has
many friends among- the younger set
of this city.
Mrs. Thomas Sharp will return today
to her home in Prineville, after a two
months' visit with her parents. Rev.
A. A. and Mrs. Morrison, also her sister,
Mrs. Donald W. Green, at Golf Park.
Several affairs made the last week
gra la for Mrs. Sharp, who will be greatly
missed by her numerous friends in this
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Davidson were
extensively entertained during the week
just closed, one of the delightful af
fairs of the early part of the week
being the dinner and Orpheum party
for which Mrs. M. J. Sterling and her
Bon, Donald J. Sterling, were iiosts
Miss Kathryn Hoyt, the popular young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W.
Hoyt, entertained with a charming din
ner and dance at her home on Tuesday
night, complimenting Miss Margaret
Busche, a belle of Los Angeles, who is
her house guest. Thi affair; was
charming in every detail. Valentine
decorations prevailing, the table being
exquisite and most unusual. The cen
ter was occupied by a "chariot of love."
The golden wheels were covered with
pink and blue tulle. Out of the body
of the chariot a marvelous array of
Spring flowers tumbled, and a tandem
of doves and cupids were perched hold
ing reins of dainty Spring flowers.
Down the path, which was defined by
the pink satin ribbons, were doves and
cupids in an imposing procession. Pink
and blue satin hearts, pierced by golden
arrows, hung from the chariot and the
cupids. Of course, tulips predominated,
the luscious pink tones being used,
which were effective with the lavender
and blue tints of the other Spring
blossoms used to build this artistic af
fair. The candlesticks, which were also
arranged in pairs, were surrounded by
the Spring flowers in dainty wreaths
Covers were marked for 160, and after
dinner the. party was augmented by
an additional number of the younger
contingent, all of whom enjoyed dan
cing for the rest of the evening.
One of the most delightful affairs of
recent date was the informal bridge
tea for which Mrs. C. Edward Grelle
was hostess a week ago yesterday.
Three tables were arranged for the
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Miss Margaret Mears. the charming
fiancee of Norman N. Rupp also
claimed a large portion of social at
tention toward the latter part of the
week. Miss Elizabeth Jones presiding
at a pretty dinner in her honor on Fri
day night, and Miss Sara McCully being
hostess for a delightful bridge party
last night, at which Mr. Rupp also
The first of the week Miss Mears
and Mr. Rupp were honor guests for a
box partv at the Orpheum and later at
the eupper-dance at Multnomah Hotel.
Miss Elizabeth Wiley .the charming
young daughter of Captain ana Mrs.
Henry A. Wiley, of Washington, D. C
who is visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. E. S.
Wood, also shared prominently In the
social activities of the week. Last
night Miss Esther Tucker was a dinner
hoetess in her honor, and numerous in
formal luncheons, theater parties and
dinners made the week gay for the
The surprise caused In social circles
early in the week by the announcement
of Miss Nancy Zan's betrothal to Rob
ert E. Scott came to a climax at the re
ception given yesterday by Mrs. A. F.
Biles, when the engagement of her son
and daughter wae announced.
Miss Zan's announcement- was made
known at the tea given by Miss Rhoda
Rumelln Monday, which was primarily
to honor her house guest. Miss Alice
Warren, of St. Paul. Scarcely any one
was cognizant of the fact that Miss
Zan's engagement would be .announced
then, as they believed it would be told
Thursday at the tea she had planned.
but was compelled to postpone for a
while. Miss Zan is one of the prettiest
debutantes in the city, a vivacious bru
nette. She is the older daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Dom J. sZan and is in her
second season, her debut reception be
ing-one of the most notable events of
Inet year. She was graduated from
Portland Academy, later attending
Briarcliff School In the East. Mr.
Scott is practically a newcomer to
Portland, coming here last Summer
from New York. He is a son of the
late W. D. Scott, who was vice-president
and general manager of the North
Bank Railroad. His mother now makes
her home in Irvington. Mr. Scott came
here to Join his mother. He is con
nected with the Spokane Portland &
Seattle Road. He was graduated from
Purdue University and also attended
Notre Dame. He is a popular club
man. The wedding , will be a smart event
Immediately after Eaeter, and in the
meantime the young folk will be feted
extensively by prominent belles and
The tea was delightful in every de
tail. Spring blossoms in abundance
adorning both the drawing and din
ing rooms. Valentine decorations also
prevailed, the ensemble making a
charming foil for the gowaa of te
many guests. More than 150 matrons
and maids called during the afternoon,
the hostess being asisted in receiving
by her mother, Mrs. C. E. Rumelin, and
her honor guests. Presiding at the tea
table, which was adorned wtih a large
basket filled with Spring flowers and
tall spikes of pussy willows, were Mrs.
W. Dennison Clark. Mrs. Gilbert H.
Durham, Mrs. Elliott R. Corbett and
Mrs. George Kirkham Smith.
A number of girls assisted about the
Another of the very delightful and
charming courtesies extended to Miss
Margaret Mears, one of the most pop
ular of the recently engaged girls, was
the dinner party given Friday night
by Miss Elizabeth Jones. The latter
part of the evening was devoted to
bridge. Miss Jones' guests including
Miss Mears, Miss Ailsa MacMaster, Miss
Elizabeth Jacobs, Miss Patsey Stewart,
Mrs. Frank v incent du Mond, Maurice
Dooly, Ray Small, Jervls E. W. Ste
phenson, Henry Mears, Joseph Lam
bert, and Mr. Rupp.
Saturday night Miss Sara McCully
was a bridge hostess honoring Miss
Mears and Mr. Rupp, and Miss Alice
Warren, of St. Paul.
Guests were asked to make up four
tables of the game. The rooms were
attractively decked with Spring flow
ers in a riotous array of vivid coloring,
More than 100 well-known folk made
merry at the charming and artistic
dance for which Dr. and .Mrs. John
Nicholas Coghlan were hosta Thursday
night complimentary to the latter's
sister. Mrs. William E. Guerin, of
Cleveland. O.. at Harlow-Grady hall.
Spring flowers, a profusion of roses
and woodwardia ferns adorned the at
tractive ballroom and reception room
the buffet supper being served in the
reception room. The invitational list
included: Mr. and Mrs. John K. Kol-
lock. Mr. and Mrs. Morton H. -Insley
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WONDERFUL most wonderful are the new
Spring suits that have arrived this week. The
most stunning: conceptions in Velours, Poiret
Twills, Poplins and Checks. A wealth of new colors
such as Gold, Honey, Coral, Chartreuse, Platinum, Mon
soon, French and Navy Blues they form a very kalei
doscope of brilliant color. Never were the styles so
smart. The sport effects in various forms of pleats and
belted models give any figure a jaunty style. See
them here tomorrow. Priced specially at
games, and at tea time a rew addi
tional guests called. Honors fell to
Mrs. Morton H. Insley, Mrs. Gay Lom
bard and Mrs. Frederick H. Green. Mrs.
David T. Honeyman and Mrs. William
C. Alvord presided) at the prettily ap
pointed tea table.
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Mrs. Tyler Henshaw, a charming
matron of Oakland, is visiting in Port
land for a short time. She is a former
resident of this city and has many
friends who are vieing with each other
to entertain her. Mrs. Frank Hart
presided at a luncheon on Tuesday in
her honor, which was followed by two
tables of bridge. r
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Miss Ruth Teal left Friday to pass
several days in Seattle with Miss Cath
erine Collins. Miss Teal plans to re
turn to Portland the middle of the
Another affair of the early part of
the week with artistic and unusual
decorations was the dinner presided
over by Miss Ruth Shull, compliment
ing Miss Alice Warren, the popular
house guest of Miss Rhoda Rumelin,
on Wednesday night. Tne taDle was
deked with two huge hearts, strapped
with satin ribbons, and bound together
with a lovers' knot of tulle. Inside of
these hearts was an effective arrange
ment of Spring flowers, tulips again
predominating. Around each plate was
a heart-shaped wreath of the dainty
blossoms, which later were worn by
the guests. Little satin hearts and
doves added to the holiday atmosphere,
being significant of Valentine's ro
mance and sentiment. Seated around
this charming table were Miss Warren,
Miss Rumelin, Miss Dorothy Strow
bridge. Miss Ruth Teal. Miss Harriett
Cumming, Charles Holbrook, Austin
Cunningham, of St. Paul, who was here
for the day: Jervis E. "VV. Stephenson,
Robert Jones, Holt Cunningham, James
Brady and the hostess.
Later the guests all attended the de
lightfully gay dance for which Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. M. Ashley were hosts, com
plimentary to their niece. Miss Rume
lin, and Miss Warren. About 65 of the
younger folk attended this affair, the
attractive gowns of the girls being en
hanced by the artistic arrangement of
Spring flowers, of which there was an
abundance of lovely vari-tinted tulips
Honoring Mrs. Edward Adams, a
charming matron of Seattle, who came
to Portland to attend the wedding of
her niece. Miss Alice Tucker, to Spencer
Biddle, Mrs. Lucius Allen Lewis pre
sided at an attractive luncheon on
Monday. An artistic array of Spring
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flowers decked the taDle, around which
were seated Mrs. Adams, her sister,
Mrs. Ernest F. Tucker. Mrs. Winslow
B. Ayer, Miss Failing, Mrs. Helen Ladd
Corbett, Mrs. William L. Brewster, Miss
Brewster, Mrs. Henry Coulter Cabell,
Mrs. Frank V. DuMond and the charm
Mrs. Adams and her daughter. Miss
Sally, were house guests of Dr. and
Mrs. Tucker for several days preceding
the wedding, and shared in many of the
delightful functions of the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Gauld and
daughter. Miss Isabella Gauld, are so
journing in Paso Robles.
A card party and dance will be given
by the women's mmittee of the Brit
ish Red Cross and members of St.
Andrew's Society in the Multnomah
Hotel on Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Both Bridge and 600 will be played.
The proceeds from this party are to
go to the British Red Cross funds. The
women in charge are Mrs. R. Fair
bairn, chairman; Mrs. F. A. Greatwood,
chairman of Bridge; Mrs. H. L. Sher
wood, Mrs. H. Morton. Mrs. K. K. Bax
ter, Mrs. T. Burns. Mrs. A. a. Smith.
Mrs. J. Cormack. Mrs. C. Bleakely, Mrs.
A. King, Mrs. R. Blackwood. Mrs. J. J.
Panton, Mrs. J. B. W. Lawson, Mrs. N.
v. uitfield, Mrs. R. iiewitson, Mrs. W.
Gowans. Mrs. W. Jones, Mrs. G. Oynan.
Assisting the women and represent
ing St. Andrew's Society are the fol
lowing: A. T. Brown. T. Burns, J. Mc
Cormack, H. Cameron, D. Rennie, J
Angus. Card players are asked to
bring their own cards.
The floor committee for dancing is:
A. G. Brown, K. K. Baxter, J. Cormack,
R. Fairbairn, G. Smith, A. Martin. T.
Bums, J. B. W. Lawson, R. Blackwood,
Dr. A. A. Hall.
Cards will be played from 8 to 10,
followed by a dance. Previous to the
dance a solo dance will be given by
Eleanor Geary in an Oriental number
and by Miss Rose Reingold, who will
give a ballet dance.
Miss Ruth Teal's luncheon on Thurs
day was a charming affair, and was
planned as a compliment to Miss Nancy
Zan, whose engagement was announced
early in the week to Robert E. Scott,
and to Miss Alice Warren, the charm
ing girl who has been so feted during
the past week. The table was artistic
in floral adornment and appointment,
a large crystal bowl of daffodils form
ing the main decoration.
. Seated around the table were Miss
Warren, Miss Zan, Miss Rhoda Rume
lin. Miss Sara McCully, Mies Ailsa Mac
Master. Miss Margaret Mears, Miss
Harriet Cumming, Miss Kathryn Hoyt,
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Mr. and Mrs. Herman N. Burpee, Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Brewster. Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick A. Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs.
Wheelwright. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Shev
lin. Colonel and Mrs. Henry C Cabell.
Mrs. Margaret B. Biddle. Mr. and "Mrs.
Gordon Voorhies, Dr. and Mrs. Andrew
C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Farrell,
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. B. Robenson. Dr.
and Mrs. Frederick A. Kiehle. Mr. and
Mrs. Donald R. Munro, Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred A. Biles. Mr. and Mrs. F. N.
Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hart,
Dr. and Mrs. F. T. Guerin. of Vancou
ver. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wesley Ladd. Dr.
ana Mrs. Otis B. Wight. Mr. and Mrs.
William II. Lines. Mr. and Mrs. Marion
F. Dolph. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kats. Mm.
Helen Ladd Corbett. Mr. and Mrs.
rienry L. Corbett, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott
R. Corbett. Mr. and Mrs. Hawiey Hoff
man, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Koehler. Mc and
Mrs. A. J. Andre Foullhoux, Mr. and
Mrs. G. Kirkham Smith. Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Grelle, Mr. and Mrs. David T.
Honeyman, Mr. and Mrs. ' Thomas
Robertson, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert S.
Nichols, Major and Mrs. Henry Jewett.
xina. j. Vanleer' Klrhbaum, Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Kerr. Mr. and Mrs. T. Kerr,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mears, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs.
Chester G. Murphy. Dr. and Mrs. Ralph
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis. Mr.
and Mrs. David C Lewis. Henry Teal,
Roderick Macleay. Hamilton F. Cor
bett. Mr. and Mrs. John Banks. Mr. and
Mm. Harry Heminghouse. Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. Malpas. Mr. and Mrs. John Ains-
worth. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cotton. Mr.
nd Mrs. Walter Daly. Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Daly, Mr. and Mrs. John
Davies, Miss Irene Daly. Mrs. Gertrude
Corbett, Mr. and-Mrs. J. A. Cranstoiu
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Honevman, Mrs.
W. H. Grindetaff. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorce
D. Schalk. Mrs. John Howard. Mr. and
Mrs. Sherman Hall. Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Hindman, Mr. and Mrs. Erskine Wood.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Devereaux, Miss
Gauld. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Tarpley, Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Green. Mr. and Mrs.
Carl L. Wernicke, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
E. Wiley. Mr. and Mrs. Steartu. Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph Bilderback, Mr. and Mi.
Walter F. Burrell, Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Crumpacker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F.
Adams, Mr., and Mrs. Guy W. Talbot,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Sawyer, Dr.
and Mrs. W. Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Coe
A. McKenna, Mr. and Mrs. William C.
Alvord. Mis Katharine Ecob. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul . Giesy. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
B. Beeb. - ,
Mrs.' Guerin is a charming woman,
and already has been delightfully en
tertained with numerous informal
parties. She is the house guest of Dr.
and Mrs. Coghlan. and during the next
week will be entertained by several
Miss Esther Tucker was a dinner
hostesTs last night for a charming party
honoring Miss Elizabeth w iley. of
Washington, D. C. who Is the house
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. S. Wood.
A dozen of the younger set were asked
to share in the festivities.
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Davidson were
extensively entertained during the past
week with farewell parties, the former
leaving last night for his new post In
Omaha. Mrs. Davidson and the chil
dren are planning to jiin him in the
Easter vacation. Among the interest
ing affairs was the dinner given by
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Nevins honor
ing the Davidsons, the other guests
being officers, of the Pacific Light
& Power Company, of which Mr.
Davidson has been vice-president and
general manager. The table was gaily
decked with Spring flowers, covers be
ing marked for Mr. and Mrs. Davidson.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy W. Talbot. Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis A. McArthur. Mr. and Mrs.
C. R. Young. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lalng,
A. S. Grenler. of New York. W. 1L
Galvani and the hosts.
On Thursday night Mr. and Mrs.
Laing entertained with a delightful
dinner party at the University Club,
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Davidson, and
on Tuesday a luncheon .was given for
Mr. Davidson by the handball team of
Multnomah A:iateur Athletic Club at
Hotel Oregon. The largest event, and
(rom a business standpoint the most
interesting, was the large banquet
given in honor of Mr. Davidson by the
N. E. L. A. and A. I. E. E. at the Hotel
Oregon, covers being placed for 100.
Mr. Davidson also has served as
president of the Portland Heights Club,
and at the meeting held Wednesday
Allen M. Ellsworth was elected to suc
ceed him. The club last week compli
mented its former president with a
Mr. and Mrs. Davidson are popular
In this city, and it is the source of
much regret in business and social
circles that Mr. Davidson's business in
terests will take them away.
Members of the Portland Hunt Club
are awaiting the Washington's birth
day open paper chase for an annual
trophy, which is scheduled for Thurs
day afternoon. The trail will be laid
by Mrs. Natt McDougall and Mrs.
James Nicol and reservations must be
made through H. M. Kerron. The
event always attracts a large following
of society folk, teas and dinner parties
following. .The motorists are usually
far in excess of the saddlers, and the
chases are among the delightful events
of the social calendar as well as the
big sports events of the season.
Friday night a musical ride will be
given by the members at the Portland
Riding Academy, and all the members
will be obliged to wear their dress
togs. Members may invite spectators.
Miss Ruth Standifer was a charming
hostess Tuesday when she entertained
with a line party at the Orpheum, fol
lowed by tea at Hotel Portland. The
honor guest was Miss Kemna Kloster
man. fiancee of the hostess' brother.
Thomas Standifer. The table was daln
tily decorated with Spring flowers ant
corsage bouquets of violets and Rich
mond roses marked covers for Mrs.
Clifton N. McArthur, Mrs. Guy Standi
fer, Mrs. John Twohy. Mrs. William
Patterson. Miss Gretchen Klosterman
Miss Elisabeth Jacobs. Miss Leila Guth
rie, Miss V'Onn. Guthrie. Miss Eleu
Smith, Miss Irene Daly and Miss Klos
terman and the hostess.
Miss Eliza Parker was a luncheon
hostess on Wednesday complimentary
to Miss Katharine Ecob. of New York,
who is the house guest of her sister.
Mrs. Harold M. Sawyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Whitehouse
and Jordan Zan accompanied Max II.
Houser to San Francisco Thursday to
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HiM Nleta Ann Tobey.
Miss Tobey's engagement- to
Thomas C. Luke was announced
Saturday at a pretty luncheon
by her aunt. Mrs. Frank Tobey,
of 846 Patton avenue. The table
was unusually pretty, a basket
of f reesias being surrounded with
fragrant violets. - from which a
streamer reached to each plate,
and at the end of the ribbon was
attached the card making known
The bride-elect is a daughter
of William Tobey and is a Jeffer
son High School graduate. She
is a popular girl and will be en
tertained extensively by her
many friends. Mr. Luke is a son
of Mr. and Mra. Thomas S. Luke,
of 580 East Ninth Street, and has
for a number of years bean as
sociated with a well-known flor
ist of this city. The wedding is
scheduled for April 18 at Grace
Episcopal Church and will be a
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Furs of Standard Worth'
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One-Quarter to One-Half
You can wisely choose anx of these furs
now for next season's wear Such prices
will not be equaled again Nothing is re
served. Sale includes Fur Coats Fox Ani
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Fur Mitts Caps Robes and Rugs.
When you store
your Furs store
them at Liebes
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