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THE SUXDAT OIJEGONIAX, PORTLAND, FEBRUARY 18, 1917.
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. Falitzsch. Miss Mamie SiggUn, Robert
Fulton, Julius L. Bailey. Mine Jones
Miss Rose Denham, William Davis. A.
A. Allen. Miss L GanzmHler, Robert
Gordon, Miss Charlotte Patterson, F.N.
Bencott, Mrs. R. S. Farrell, Miss
Mooney, W. C. Hammock, Miss M. Cra
mer, G. H. Cramer, Mies Greene. Roy
K. Terry. Miss Ruth Barlow, F. Seley.
Mrs. Griffith; Mrs. J. E. Buckingham.
W. L. H. Woodward. '
A most elaborate and delightful" ban
quet was given Wednesday night at
Multnomah Hotel by the Sons and
Daughters of Oregon Pioneers In cel
ebration of the 68th anniversary of
Oregon's admission into the Union. Pre
ceding the dinner a reception was held,
and the event was made notable by
several prominent speakers making in
teresting addresses. Covers were laid
Milton A. Miller, George W. Cald
well, Ralph R. Duniway, Mrs. H. W.
Ogilbie. Miss I. Pattison, Mrs. Boudinot
Seeley, Leslie Scott, Anne Shannon
Monroe, Margaret Monroe, Robert A.
Miller. Mrs. Robert A. Miller, Major
Charles S. Noble, Mrs. A. E. Bortnwiek,
Mrs. E. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
Benedict, Mrs. C. A. Morden, Mrs. Rob
ert F. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hall, L R.
Alderman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Francis
Drake, Mrs. Francis C. Tilley, G. H.
Crain, Ruby Kellogg Crain, Chester O.
Kellogg, Mr. and Mrs. L O. Ralston,
Mrs. Mary Caples Gardiner, Florence C.
Gardiner, Mrs. B. E. Greene, Mrs. G W.
Ransom, Mrs. P. .J. Mann, Mrs. J. C.
Hare, Mrs. Martha J. Patton, Miss Lena
C. Patton, Dr. Katherine Stott Myers,
Lilian M. Hackleman, Mrs. Charlotte
Mtller, Mrs. E. C. Griffin. Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Taylor, Spokane, Wash.;
Captain and Mrs. Charles O. Hill, J. S.
Kingsley, Louise Blossom, Robert H.
Blossom, Mr. and Mrs. William N. Gat
ens. Mildred S. Rose, George F. Hol
itian, Elikabeth W. Myrick, P. L Camp
bell, Eugene, Oro Mrs. M. L. Myrick,
Frances A: Holman, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Minto, Mrs. D. P. Thompson, Mrs. M. O.
Moore. Mrs. H. C. Stevens, Jr., George
II. Hlmes, Frederick V. Holman, Robert
S. Bean, Salem: Mrs. James F. Failing,
M.- C. Georg?, Mrs. R. S. Bean, Salem;
May Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gowdy,
Mrs. G. F. White, Mrs. J. H. Jones, Mrs.
F. Regner, Mrs. P. J. Harth, G. A. Harth,
M. Edith Gregory, L. S. Gregory, Mrs.
S. M. Gerowe, Valeska Biesen, V. Ges
Jier. Mrs. H. P. Lee, Samuel White,
Frances E. Brown White, Linnie M.
C'roasman, A. B. Croasman, Alice M.
Crane, W. C. Knighton, Elinor W.
Knighton. Dr. C. J. Smith, Gertrude
Harding White, Lillian G. Smith, Calvin
6. White, Mrs. M. W. Sheppard, H. J.
Wilkins.. Mary Barlow Wilklns, Grace
Watt Ross, Nellie M. Stevens, Mary
Gault Humphreys, Charles B. Moores,
Parah E. . Moores, Mrs. Emma M.
Crichton, , Mrs. Jessie M. Crang,
Mrs. Sarah M. Cornell, Mrs. Helen
Ross Marks, Mrs. Nellie F. Sealy,
Maude Pope Allyn, Captain J. Allyn,
Mrs. .J. M. Freeman, Mrs. Benjamin
Ciadsby, Laura M. Irwin, Clifton M.
Irwin, Mrs. George Woodward, Jane
Woodward Noon. Mabel S. Creighton,
Mary J. Creighton, Ella E. Bybee, Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Manley, Mrs. Addie Har
rison, Mrs. Ella Wilson Burt, Mrs.
Viola Linville Abell, James F. Falling,
Kate S. Holman, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Holman, Mrs. E. L. Thompson, Rufus C.
Holman. Mrs. Allan B. Slauson, Ella
Stephens, Mrs. J. W. Cook, Ianthe
M. Cook. Mary Bertha Moore, Ethel
L. Thompson, June McMillen Ord.
way. W. A. Miller, E. C. Ball,
Mr. and Mrs. David S. Stearns,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Welch, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson Benefiel, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Beard, Rev. and Mrs. Harold Oberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar E. Dickey, Mrs. J. A.
Newell, Harvey N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Dan J. Malarkey, A. L. Pease,
Mrs. Ada E. Pease, Charles Hol
man, Mrs. W. N. Porter, William W.
Porter, Mrs. Robert A. Reid, Mrs. E. A.
Albrecht, Mr. and Mrs. "Harold G. Rice,
Mr. and Mrs. T. William Mann. Mrs. T.
F. Mann, Dr. C. W. Cornelius, Tillie F.
Cornelius, Tom R. Wilson, Allen Carnes,
Harry Tarbell, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Ban
non, Mrs. B. F. Dowell. Mrs. J. T. Hayhe,
C. E. Bolds, Alice Risley Starkweather,
Harvey G. Starkweather.
Prominent society folk are showing
much interest in the next party to be
given by the Thursday Night Dancing
Club, at the "Harlow-Grady House on
Washington's birthday. In keeping
with the spirit of the day the party will
be in the nature of a colonial dance.
During the evening the stately minuet
will reign supreme when it will be
danced by members of the club, led by
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grady. The at
tractive studio ballroom will be fitting,
ly decorated for the occasion.
. The Monday Night Dancing Club held
their fifth party of the season last
Monday night .at the Harlow-Grady
House. This is the last party to be
jriven by the club before the Lenten
reason. Many prominent folk attended.
During the evening a delicious buffet
supper was served In the reception-
room. Arrangements are already be
lng made for the next party, which
will be held on April 9.
Coming as a surprise to many of her
friends is the announcement of the en
gagement" of Miss Mercedes Kathleen
Olds to Joseph. Edmundson Rucker, of
San Francisco. Miss Olds is the young
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. J.
Olds; one of Oregon's prominent pioneer
families, who are residing at present
in South Bend, Wash. Miss Olds was a
etudent for' many years at St. Mary's
Academy and College, where she was
noted lor her historic and literary
ability, having, appeared in many af
fairs at the academy and for charity,
Mr. Rucker is the eldest son of Mr. and
MVs. . Joeeph Henry Rucker. of San
Francisco, and is vice-president of the
James H. Rucker Company, prominent
realty dealers of San Francisco and
San Jose, which firm was established
by his grandfather, Joseph Edmundson
Rucker.. Mr. Rucker is a descendant of
a well-known California pioneer fam
ily and is prominent in club and fra
ternity circles of San Francisco. The
engagement is the result of a pretty
romance begun when Miss Olds went
to California to study at Dominican
College, San Rafael, and during a visit
to her sister. Mrs. James T. Walsh, of
Mill "Valley, California. The wedding is
set for the middle of June and is to
take place in San Francisco.
EVENTS OF THE WEEK.
Miss Gladys B. Morgan was pleas
antly surprised Thursday evening, Feb
ruary 8 at her home by the members of
the First Methodist Episcopal Church
choir. In appreciation of her work as
organist the choir presented Miss Mor
gan with a picture entitled "Chopin."
Vocal selections by Miss Mildred Angle,
contralto, and Eugene Holm, baritone,
were enjoyed by thosa present, as also
were readings by Miss Pearl Sinfield
and J. W. Palmer.
Among those present were: Mes
" dames Leonora Fisher Whipp, Alma F.
Morgan, Evelyn Baker, G. A. Suther
land, Walter C. Dey. J. A. Honey,
Misses Goldie R. Peterson, Anne Mathi
eon. Naomi Palm, 'Mabel Carlqulst,
Hilda Hinton, Clarise Webb, Oneita
Webb, Lula Dozier. Westa Balr, Lil
lian E. Peterson, Pearl Sinfield. Jennie
Wilson. Helen Witter, Ruth Jernquist,
Leona Gage, Mildred Angle, Ruth El
ton. Hazel Martin, Hilda Brandt, Win!
fred Bassett, Arllne Olson, Bertha
Serr, Messrs. Hartridge G. Whipp,
Charles McNeill, George C. Mann, Will
iam Smith, James West. Herbert Plppy,
Jack Bradley, Walter Davis, Orrln
Thomas, Jack Ovajd. Eugene : Holm,
Stuart Olson, Karl Volts, ft D. Mc
Vey and Paul MHchelson.
COLTON, Wash.. Feb. 17. (Special.)
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Maynard celebrated
their 60th wedding anniversary Feb-,
ruary 7 at their old homeplace near
here. They were surrounded upon the
happy occasion by their five children
and their families, with the exception
of four grandchildren and three, great
grandchildren. In the evening a num
ber of friends and neighbors announced
themselves with tin cans, horns, guns
and a generous supply of rice, after
which a pleasant evening of music and
a general sociable time was enjoyed.
Mr. Maynard was born May 24, 1848,
in Delaware County, Indiana, crossing
the plains with his parents in 1863,
and settled at Yamhill, Or. He served
in the First Oregon Infantry in 1864.
On February 7, 1867, he married Miss
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Olwenid Carson, tne attractive
6-year-old daughter of M. E. Car
son, chairman of the Clark Coun
ty Commissioners, took an active
part in the opening exercises
of the Interstate bridge last'
Wednesday. She lei the Clark
County delegation on parade
which welcomed the Multnomah '
County delegation on the bridge.
She also unfurled one of the four
flags as the span was opened to
Nancy Clark, who was born at Yam
hill on June 17, 1S49. They moved
here 3. years ago. Those present at
the anniversary were Mr. and 'Mrs.
Price Black, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rich
ardson, Fred Maynard, Mr. and Mrs.
L. C. Hatley, Mr. and Mrs. ernon
Bourbonny, Mrs. Maria Hendrix, of
Seattle; Sam Hillyard. Mr. and . Mrs.
J. E. Maynard and family. Misses Myrtle
and Fay Black, Elmo and Miss Hollis
Richardson, Master Maynard and Miss
Mrs. Angela L. Ford Warren, assisted
by Professor and Mrs. James F. Ewing,
entertained more than 200 young per
sons with a delightful valentine party
at her home Wednesday evening. The
guests were the combined classes of
the First Presbyterian Church known
as the Warren Bible class for young
women and the Vesper Class consist
ing of both young women and men of
. The rooms were effectively decorated
with red hearts gracefully festooned
over draperies and alcoves. A postof
fice, arranged for the distribution of
valentines, was a feature which con
tributed to the merriment of the young
folk. A musical programme was ren
dered by the Vesper orchestra, with
Carl Sutton at the piano. Mrs. Mar
garet Moore Bourne, ably accompanied
by Miss Raymond, sang three numbers
In an artistic manner, graciously re
sponding to encores. Her rich soprano
voice was heard to good advantage in
the "Spring Song." which won hearty
applause. Progressive serving of re
freshments was a new plan -which
added a charm to the closing hour, and
the hostess received many congratula
tions upon th success of the evening-,
which will long be remembered.
One of the delightful events of the
week was the annual social evening
given by Albert Pike Masonic Lodge
No. 162, on Friday. February 16. This is
the second event of its kind given by
the officers and members of Albert Pike
Lodge and the evening was spent
in entertainment. The Wilder Male
Chorus, under the direction of Pro
THE Assembly Club gave the fourth
and final party of the Winter's
season at Marquam Hall on Tues
day evening last. The spacious ball
room was beautifully embellished by
Otten, who displayed much taste in
decoration. The walls were covered
with large flags of all nations, ar
tistically festooned and caught up
here and there with clusters of
hemlock branches, intermingled with
pretty sallxpendula. The corners of
the rooms were ornamented with
vases filled with ferns, palm trees and
exquisite Australian pines. Immedi
ately in front of the bandstand was a
most artistic conceit, representing a
"forest in early Spring." Here were
clusters of small trees of many differ
ent varieties, in the midst of which
stood a tall Oregon pine tree, branches
covered with deep moss, while to one
side was a miniature lake, filled with
members of the finny tribe. The whole
was resting on a large bank of soft
woodland moss. The musio was fur
nished by the Marquam Grand Orches
tra, and was simply delightful.
The guests were received by the
patronesses of the evening, Mrs. Walter
V. Smith and Mrs. Holt C. Wilson. At
11 -o'clock supper was served In the
BVs.sTI' 7 J A
fessor William M- Wilder, composed of
25 male voices, rendered several en
joyable selections during the evening.
Little Miss Frances Hanrahan, a dainty
dancer, gave an interpretation of
Many enjoyed themselves at the
card tables, and those who desired in
dulged in dancing. Refreshments were
served to the guests. The rooms were
artistically decorated with ferns and
The -worshipful master of Albert
Pike Lodge for this year is W. C
Heaney. and the officers under whose
direction and management the party
was made a success are: George A.
Rees, chairman; Alfred H. Lomax, Dr.
Clayton Seaman n. Dr. J. H- Bristow,
Dr. H. M. Greene and J. C DePennlng.
One of the pleasant affairs of the
week was a dinner party given by the
girls of the Salem Y. W. C. A. in honor
of Mrs. Jessie Baillie Versteeg, Miss
Elvira Frlzeen and Miss Winifred Bag-
ley, which' was occasioned by the birth
day of Miss Bagley and the departure
of Mrs. versteeg and Miss Frlzeen for
their respective homes following ad
journment of the Legislature.
A color scheme of yellow was ef
fectively used in the decorations of tu
lips and tulle and dainty corsage bou
quets marked the places for the honor
Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Marsters, of Roseburg, Rev. Mr.
Hawkins, of Oregon City, Mrs. Jessie
Baillie Versteeg, of Portland. Miss El
vira Frlzeen, of Marshfleld. Miss Wini
fred Bagley, Mrs. Maud Da Motto and
the Misses Florence Cleveland, Ethel
Roberts, Dolly Smith. Grace Young.
Gertrude Kelly, Aurella Burch, Estella
Hartman and Gayle Borneman.
Mrs. Fred A. Cook entertained at
luncheon Thursday for Mrs. Richard
J. Belland. Circling the table, which
was gaily decked with daffodils, were
Mrs. Charles Robarts, Mrs. Gordon Len
nox, Mrs. Herman J. Blaesing, Mrs. Roy
O. Bennett, Mrs. George Kellogg, Mrs.
Anna Williams, Mrs. J. O. Halverson,
Mrs. Richard. J. Belland and hostess.
A valentine bridge-tea was given at
the Irvington home of Mrs. Lillian M.
Ikle Tuesday afternoon, during which
the hostess announced her engagement
to. Edwin Carswell. of Jersey City, N.
J. Several solos were sung by Miss
Elsie Crawer, George Hardy at the
The place cards were dainty floral
designs, and made known the engage
ment. Bridge was played, honors fall
ing to Mrs. W. Hare, Mrs. R. P. Gra
ham and Miss Sybil Brown. Refresh
ments' were served, the table being
adorned with daffodils and ferns. Pink
carnations were used in the drawing
room. The guests were:
Mrs. J. G. Fleishman. Mrs. Frank
Taylor, Mrs. W. M. Bradford, Mrs. H.
C. Clair, Mrs. George Hardy. Mrs. C. W.
Hopkins. Mrs. P. J. Mann, Mrs. J. Coul
son Hare, Mrs. Cora Puffer, MrB.
Charles Richton. Mrs. R. P. Graham,
Mrs. Albert Brown, Mrs. W. Hare, Miss
Helen Barnes, Miss Sybil Brown. Miss
Mrs, Christine Anderson, noble grand
of Utopia Kebekah Lodge, entertained
with a dinner party Wednesday at her
home, 1231 Hawthorne avenue, in honor
of Mrs. Nellie Wattenburg, president of
the Rebekah Assembly, and other grand
officers. The table decorations were
red , carnations. Gathered around the
table were: Mrs. Nellie Wattenburg,
president of the assembly; Mrs. Ora
Cosper, grand secretary; Miss Eda
Jacobs, grand treasurer; Mrs. Mailing
ham, grand Chaplin; Henry S. West
brook, grand master of Oregon; Paet
Presidents Mrs. Cora Stuart and Mr.
Charlotte Woodman, and the Mesdames
Tomlinson, Swan, Clark, Westbrook,
Kistler, Miner, Quimby. Steele, Wheeler.
Andrews, Mrs. E. E. Sharon and Mrs.
E-, A. Sharon, Jr., Theodore Anderson.
Mrs. Anderson was aselsted by her
daughter. Miss Edith, and niece. Miss
Alean. and Mrs. Segrad Johnson.
Gordon Granger. Woman's Relief
Corps, gave a silver tea at the home
of Mrs. M. Byrnes, 901 Williams avenue
ira-Frlday. . Present were Mr. and Mrs.
J. G. Barber, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Bar
nard. Mr. and Mrs. E. Clarke Hall, Mr.
and Mrs. F. E. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. J
B. Sedgwick, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Thom
son, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Covey. Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. Byrnes, Mrs. A. Allen, Mrs.
M. Armstrong, Mrs. N. Van Home, Mrs.
E. A. Sperry, Mrs. G. L. Thornton. Mrs.
L Kramer, Mrs. B. McColIum, Mrs. V.
Weddle, Mrs. M. Zenz, Mrs. H. Gem
mell. Mrs. M. Van Hook, Mrs. N. Walk
er. Mrs. B. F. Kadel. Mrs. C. Fleck,
Mrs. H. E. McGuire. Mrs. E. H. Storan,
Mrs. H. Erlckson. Mrs. G. L. Ditto, Mrs.
G. B. Jackson, Mrs. O. S. Cutler, Mrs.
L. A. Walter, Mrs Thaxter Reed, Mrs.
H. Otto, Mrs. H. Slater. Mrs. Olivette
Wheeler, Miss Clara Rockwell, A.
H. Rockwell and James Downing.
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Miss Clemence May Ellers entertained
the Roseburg Club Wednesday after
noon from 3 to 6 at her home in West
Irvington. The house was decorated
with small incandescent, lights and St.
Valentine suggestions were carried out
in the entertainment and supper. Those
attending were Margaret McDowell,
Ellen Lavin, Virginia Madden, Mary
Clare Larkins, Carlotta O'Connor, Marie
Stryker, Beatrice White, Florence Hel
dendorn, Gertrude Carter and Edna
Swletzer. The other invited guests
were Catherine Stinger and Anna and
A surprise party was given Satur
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C
Graham, 621 Couch street, in honor of
Annette Waverly. The evening was
passed playing cards and games. The
following were the guests: Miss Flor
ence Ehr, Miss Mary Fleming, Miss
Annette Waverly. Miss Edna Rosine,
cafe on the first floor, after which
dancing was resumed, lasting until
nearly 2 o'clock. The costumes of the
ladies were especially handsome.
A Portland Young Lady in Austria.
The following is translated from the
x' remdenblatt, the leading journal of
Vienna, Austria, of December 24. last:
"The most brilliant part of the con
cert given by Professor Mikolasch at
the concert hall Ehrbar was the ex
pedient rendering of two new compo
sitions: "Vorsatz" (Resolution) and
"FriBhlings Sehnuschs" (Longing for
Spring), by Miss Rosa Bloch. a pretty
American, gifted with a magnificent
coloratura voice. After stormy applause
by the select and large audience. Miss
Bloch rendered one more song, and was
the recipient of a beautiful laurel
wreath and many rose bouquets. Miss
Bloch was immediately solicited by
Baron von Zolls to appear at the Ros
etrdorf concert hall, the most prominent
in Vienna, and subsequently again to
appear in the Hall Ehrbar.
Miss Lena Nlcolal gave a very pleas
ant party at her home St. Valentine's
eve. ( Tte evening was spent in play
ing hearts and, after a dainty luncheon
was served. Miss Wynn Coman and B.
Miss Viola Hlgley, Miss Mildred Hlg
ley. Miss Lydia Klingsporn and Miss
Edna Roes, George Llnd. Jack Tait,
Michael Boland. Harlow Tait. Lyle
Twining. Ada Olsen and George Ket
tleberg. ' v
One of the delightful affairs of the
week was a shower given Saturday
evening, February 18. by Mrs. John P.
Hess, of this city, in honor of Miss
'Helen Shannon, whose marriage to
Jack Wherli will' be an event of this
Miss Shannon ,1s the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Shannon, of this city,
and is very popular among her set. She
is a granddaughter of W.-S. Myers? a
pioneer of this' city. Mr. Wherli is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wherli
and is a prosperous farmer of Gilliam
The decorations 'were carried out in
Valentine colors. Red hearts were in
evidence through the-rooms. The table
which held the "shower" was 4n white
and red, with a white parasol above it,
from which many small hearts hung,
suspended. . .. r
Miss Shannon wore a' gown of pink
silk marquisette, whbeh harmonised
with the decorations.
The early part of the evening. Was
spent In playing progressive 500. The
Valentine effect was carried out in the
score cards as well as in th 'decora
tions. Refreshments were served. Mrs,' Hess
was assisted in serving by Miss Ger-
COMMITTEB AT ST." MICHAEL'S
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Mr. J Cordaao. .
St. Michael's parish will give
a bazaar and dinner today from
6 to 8 o'clock in thehall at Fourth
and Mill streets. Mies. Dagmar
Inez Kelly and S. De Stefaino
will sing. Monday and Tuesday
the bazaar will continue and there
will be a card party , the latter
evening. The music will be an
attraction. Mrs. J. Cordano Is
chairman. The patronesses will
be Miss Mary McKay. Mrs. F. L.
Benedict, Mrs. D. Coppa, Mrs. J.
. F. Kelly. Mrs. Elizabeth Fret
land. Mrs. F. Cordano. Mrs. C.
Gleason and Mrs. M. Barroco.
trude Shannon, sister Of ' the bride-to-be.
Covers were laid for 46, small ta
bles being placed around.
Woodstock Troop, Boy Scouts, gave
a successful "movie" benefit last Mon
day afternoon and evening, at which
7a was cleared for uniforms and eauio
ment. Carl Mahne had charge of the
films in the afternoon and R. J. Joi
court was in charge at the two night
performances. An orchestra of young
people under the management of Theo
dore S. Thomson, Jr., played throughout
the three performances. The personnel
of the orchestra follows: Violins, Dor
othea Cogswell, Joy Simmons, George
Miller; cornet, Horace Simmons; piano,
Naomi Phelns: drumn And tmnn Ttipn.
dore S. Tnomson. Jr. Miss Helen
Fromme's clear soprano was heard to
advantage in the "Star-Spangled Ban
ner" at both evening performancee, the
audience singing the last verse with
Scouts E. Green. E. Fike, C. Keyser,
x. Keyser, lu - Meyers, 1 Martin, F,
Gerllng and E. Anderson acted as ush
ers and sold candy.
Charles MacDonald Is scoutmaster.
with E. Hacheney, H. M. Robinson, Earl
Wilson and Earnest Green as assistant
scoutmasters. The troop is in a very
flourishing condition now, though it
has suffered . in the past from a too
frequent change of scoutmasters, its
first organization being altogether lost.
and it was obliged to reorganize and so
lost its place as first troop in the city.
Miss Alta Archambeau entertained
Wednesday evening with a delightful
valentine dancing party at her home
in Rose City Park complimenting her
cousin, Allsn la Velle Archambeau. vis
lting here from California.
The house was artistically decorated
with red hearts strung from the beamed
ceilings and clusters of pussy willow.
Little Ellena Ryan, who is a talent
ed little dancer, gave several numbers
in coetume. Supper was served. Th
guests were: Reta Resing. Edna Kellv
Marie Lang," Martha Kampe, Leonthlna
Goehrlng, Dorothy Mountain,. Suzanne
Glenn, Lucille Brown. Hilma Fox, El
lena and Anita Ryan. Cecil KlDDen. San
fred Gehr, Earl Lowe, Harry Kendall,
Rudy Haelen. Jimmle O'Donnell. Rus
sell Chamberlin, Jack Haelen. Randolf
la Mare, Neunert Lang, Ray Meyer,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roe. Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. Woodford, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Rltter
and Mr. and Mrs. A- L- Ryan.
An enjoyable afternoon was nassed
Saturday, February 10, at the home of
Mrs. F. M. Hobson, 1894 East Yamhill,
this city, when her mother, Mrs. R. J
Howe, entertained six former school
mates who attended school at the old
Portland Academy and Female Sem
inary during the years 1861 and 1862
Daly were presented with the first
prize and Miss Minnie Francis and H.
owe with the second. Those presen
were: aiiss Hue Wade. Miss Wynn Co
man. Miss Minnie Francis, Miss Allie
Wiberg, Miss Kulla MacFadden. Miss
Maud A Hard and Will Truittt, Henry
nowe, rranic iieitKemper. cort V edder,
-L.utner Steele and E. Daly.
Thursday evening. February 11, Paul
Van Fridagh and Caroline Wilson were
united in marriage at their new home
by Rev. Arthur J. Brown. No cards. At
norae Wednesdays at 107 Eleventh
street, between Washington and
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Meyer and Mr.
and Mrs. Mose Meyer left for Ban Fran
Cisco last Wednesday to be present a
the wedding of their sister, Tessle
Gosllnsky. to X. N. Fleischner, of thl
The engagement is announced ' of
Miss Sarah Sternberg, of Albany, to
w. vvoir. or Portland.
The engagement of David M. Clark
son. Jr.. and Miss Virginia Lewis i
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Some of these had not seen each other
for 54 years, and the afternoon passed
quickly in talking: over old times. Four
hundred and ninety-four years were
the combined asres of the seven. A
dainty luncheon was served by Mrs.
Hobson and all decided the club of 61
would meet . once each month.' Those
present were: Mrs. Sarah L. Hogrue,
Mrs. M. C. Alderson. Mrs. Elizabeth
Kelly, Mrs. Emma J. Royal. Mrs. E. P.
Delano. Mrs. R. J. How.. of this city,
and Mrs. Maria C. DeLashmut, of Spo-
K u lit?, vvasn.
Honoring Miss Mary Virginia John
son, a miscellaneous shower was given
t the home 'of Miss Elaine Eweli on
Thursday. The guests . represented s
large number of . Mazamas. - of which
Miss Johnson Is an. active member. The
puests Included Mary Virginia Johnson,
Marlon Johnson, Lucille Johnson. Mrs.
Robert Demmer, Irene NIssen, Amorette
O. Crossley, Mars;aret A. Griff in, Anne
C. Lilltngrer, Edith Brock. Gertrude
Wade. Edith Moore, Anne Nlckell. Sel
ma Flodine. Louise Vial, Mrs. R. W.
Ewell. Miss Elaine Ewell. Dwlght Mor
ris, Rober Demmer, Claude Frohn,
Guy Thatcher, Charles J. Mirten, Harry
Wolbers, E. F. Peterson. Arthur S. Pe
terson, E. W. Weiss. Billy Evans, Con
rad Sleberts, Perlie Payton. Osmon
Royal, Arthur Ewell and Robert w,
. Dr. and Mrs. A.' R. Mitchell enter
tained with a valentine party Monday
evening at tbetr home in Wheeler
street. Cards and musio rounded out
a pleasant evening:. The table was dec
orated with hearts and flowers, and
supper waa served. , Dr. ilitchell is a
young dentist from Albany, Or., who
has recently taken up -his residence in
Portland. His wife was formerly Miss
Harriet Manning, ef this city. The
guests were: Mrs. Cox, of Albany, Mrs.
George S. Manning, Mrs. A. Landry, Dr.
and Mrs. Fred Dingier. Miss N. Carter,
Miss Julia C. Burke and C. E. McLaugh
lin, James McGrath, Vernon Heckert.
Frank Mitchell. Joseph . Henry and
The members of the S. O. S. Club
entertained a few of their friends with
a valentine party Wednesday night at
the home of the Misses Fletcher at
Mount Tabor. The rooms were dec
orated with red and white paper, ivy
and red hearts. Music and games were
enjoyed, followed by light refresh
ments. The guests present were: Al
bert Miller. Edith Hagg. Bessie Kirk
wood. George Harding. Ellen Thom
senj Clarence Hagg. Cora Harding. Cur
tis Johnson. Paul Hagg, Leta DeMoss,
Henry Dahlgren, Edith Lofstedt. Lloyd
Bertram and AUrla and Doris Fletcher.
Mrs. E. E. Merges, of 625 Main street,
was hostess for a musical luncheon
Thursday in honor of Mrs. Clarke
Walker, and Mrs. E. W. Maloney,' of
Spokane, and Mrs. Irene Sweitzer, of
San Francisco. The table was charm
ing with decorations of lilies of the val
ley, while the drawing-room, library
and hall were decked with a profusion
of Jonquils. Mrs. Walker, who is the
wife of Clarke Walker, manager of the
Spokane Opera-house, is a brilliant entertainer,-
and gave some songs and
readings .with musical accompaniment.
Mrs. Merges was assisted by her moth
er, Mrs. O. Ausplund.
"Mrs. Daniel Dansiger waa hostess for
a valentine - party at the Parkhurst
apartments Wednesday. The evening
was passed with music and 500. Honors
were awarded Mrs. A. W. Belding and
Franklyn Looker.- Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olson, Mr. and Mrs.
Franklyn Looker, Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Belding, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hald,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Adams, Mr. and
Mrs. M. McKay, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Dodson, Mr. and Mrs. W. Lambert, and
Dr. W. G. Scott.
A jolly masquerade eupper-dance waa
given Friday evening in the assembly
room of Hotel Portland by the Phi
Delta Sigma sorority, this being the
second of a series of delightful parties I
which this organization Is giving. There
were about B0 present. In honor of St.
Valentine, the room was gaily decorat
ed with strings of heart and cuplds.
The committee in charge consisted of
Mrs. Herbert A. Cooke. Miss Mildred
Camp and Miss Marjorle McColIum.
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The annual Valentine dance was giv
en by the Troubadour Club on Wednes
day evening, February 14. at Cotillion
Hall. -The hall was tastefully decorat
ed with hearts, and during the grand
march unique valentines were distrib
uted among the dancers. One of the'
novelty numbers was a balloon scram
ble, when toy balloons were turned
loose in the hall. Fully 200 were in at
tendance. The next special event will
be a St. Patrick's dance on March 17.
Mrs. E. E. Merges entertained with
a luncheon and musicals on Thursday
honoring Mrs. E. W. Maloney, of Spo
kane, who is visiting In this city for
several weeks. Tellow and white
Spring flowers Were used to deck the
table and the dining and drawing
rooms. ' '
'Pr. and Mrs. N. C. Hampton, with
Panl Kuhl, entertained informally with
"600" .Saturday. Honors were won by
Miss Irene Harmon and George Rider.
The guests included Miss Nell Hamp
ton, of Canby; Mrs. A. L. Clark, of San
Francisco; Miss Lorene 'Young. Miss
Irene Harmon, Miaa Lina Schmid,' Miss
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Margaret Harmon, Miss Nina Young.
Alex Miller, I van Woolley, .Ted Har
mon,. George Rider.
The Decern Girls' Club held Its regu
lar meeting Thursday eveninr at the
home of Ills Gertrude Kuisenga. At
tractive valenllne decorations and pus
sy willow adorned the table, giving, it
a festive effect.
The members include the Misses
Blanche Roark, Elizabeth Bird. Minnie
Shetland. -Evelyn Young, Estella. Arml
tage. Mrs. Lottie Chappelle, Mrs. C.
M. Rynersoa. Mrs. Frieda Moffatt, Mrs.
B. P. Mulchay.
The committee appointed by Utopia
Rebekah Lodge to give a benefit so
cial for a sick member rnet at George
Miner's residence, 440 East Clay street
Tuesday evening and an-anged to have
the social Thursday evening. February
22. In Orient Hall, East Sixth and Al
der streets. A short programme win
be given, followed by 600. All Odd
fellows. Rebekahs and friends are' in
vited. The committee of arrangements
Is composed of George Miner., chair
man: J. V. Swan, Robert Coe. Matthew
Steele, Mrs. ' A. . McNaught, Mrs. Mary
Swan, Mrs. Mary Tomlinson. Mrs.
Christine Anderson. After the business
meeting was over the committee
played 600. Other guests were: Mr.
Tomlinson, Theodore Anderson. Mrs.
Coe, Mrs. Steele. Mr. McNaught and
Mrs. Miner. Prizes were awarded to
Mrs. Coe and J. V. Swan. Mrs. Miner
One of the many Washington day
celebrations is the dance to be given
by the managesaent of the Washington
Hotel for their patrons and their
friends, February 22. from 9 until 12
o'clock. Special decorations appropri
ate for the day will be used and the
afslr promlxe to he one of the most
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This new store is in a modern sanitary building
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has been host for.
A dance .that promises to be one of
the big events of the season is to be
given by the Transportation Club at
Cotillion Hall on February 20. The
transportation club is composed of
railroad, steamship and traffic men.
and the railroad idea will be carried '.
out in - every possible detail, making
this event unique among the dances.
Card tables will be placed on the
mezzanine floor for the use of those
in attendance who do not care to dance.
Tickets have been placed on sale, and
the rate at which they are being sold
promises a large attendance. The fol
lowing are the members of the com
mittee inxcharge: R. K. Pretty, chair-
man floor; J. S. Campbell, chairman
ticket sales; H. J. Houghton, card
rooms; F. L. Miller, general chairman.
An annual Washington's birthday
party will be given by the G. N. C. B.
Girls on Thursday evening at Chrigten
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