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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1917)
THE SUNDAY" OREGONIAX, PORTLAND, APRIIi 29. 1917. "
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Ingr now than at any time In Its his
tory. More than 100 new members have
been added since the beginning of the
Yesterday was a busy day at the
clubhouse, as the juniors had their
paper chase, and of course had it as
their goal, and also that same afternoon
the men had an open paper chase, fol
lowed by a stag dinner.
Saturday, May 5, is the last scheduled
paper chase of the season, and as the
score for the Multnomah Hotel trophy
Is so close, there will be a large number
of spectators. That same evening a
jitney dance at the club is planned.
The plans for the big event of the
year, the Spring meet, are getting well
under way, and with all the conditions
so auspicious this meet promises to be
the most successful ever held.
of Mis. Waller, at the home of Mrs.
O. P. M. Jamison, 5S2 Main street. Wild
flowers. Spring branches daisies and
daffodils were used and other features
eugtrestive of April.
The hostesses were Mrs. II. P. Gates,
Mrs. W. G. Stiles, Mrs. W. H. Hurlbutt,
Mrs. W. B. Hlnson and Mrs. Jamison.
Other guests were Dr. Gertrude Lord
Gates, Mrs A. M. Petty, Mrs. Homer B.
Jamison and Mrs. H. M. Clinton. Auto
trips, rides on the highway, etc, have
been planned for the Waller family
when the weather will permit sucu rec
reation. Phi Alpha Kappa members enjoyed
a line party at the Orpheum Theater
early in the week and preceded the af
fair by luncheon at the Hazelwood.
The party was made up of the follow
ing: Eve Boscovltch, Lucille Brown,
Pauline Hetntze, Edythe Peel, Madeline
Brown. Lina Brown, Edna Flood, Vir
ginia Brown, Helen Jennings, Fay Bea
ver, Elsie Shirley. Frieda Pubtls, Hazel
Werden, Louise Watson, Helene Dorris,
Helen Feel and Eunice Kelsey.
Portland Lodge, No. 416, Independent
Order B'nal B'rith, will celebrate Its
26th anniversary on Thursday evening,
ray 16, with a bazaar and dance at the
H'nal B'rith building on Thirteenth and
Mill streets. The entire proceeds of the
affair are to go towards a fund to care
for the dependents of the soldiers and
pallors who are giving their services to
Among the prominent women who
are helping to make the affair a suc
cess are th following: Mrs. Julius
Louisson, chairman: Mrs. Lawrence
Belling assisted by Miss Marie Louise
Feldenheimer, Miss Dorothy Loewen
eon. Miss Amy Rothschild and Miss
Miriam Jacobs; Mrs. Albert M. Schwelt
Ber, assisted by Mrs. Aaron Frank, Mrs.
William H. Ehrman, Mrs. Francis
Jacobs and Mrs. Eda Hirsch; Mrs. Ros
coe E. Nelson, assisted by Mrs. Harry
Lang. Mrs. Sidney Eiser, Miss Freida
Jtaruh and Miss Carolyn Simon; Mrs.
Jidward Kramer, assisted -by Mrs.
Fechheimer, Miss Jane Sellar, Miss
Elouise Loewenson and Miss Helen
Jriloch; Mrs. Harry Meyer, assisted by
Miss Delphine Rosenleld. Miss Irma
Hart, Miss Dorothy Goldsmith, Miss
Mlnette Schube and Miss Elsie Feld
man; Mrs. X. L. White, assisted by Mrs.
Louis Lang, Mrs. I. N. Lipman, Mrs. Roy
Marx and Mrs. Felix Freidlander; Mrs.
George N. Back, assisted by Mrs. Henry
W. Metzger, Mrs. Julius L. Meier, Miss
Mai J. Hirsch and Miss Marian Citron.
The following organizations will also
take part: Council of Jewish Women,
headed by Mrs. Ben Selling, assisted by
Mrs. Ben Neustadter and Mrs. S. J.
Freedman: Jacob Bloch Auxiliary,
headed by Mrs. J. Sherman and assisted
by the Misses Florence Bloch, Adrienne
tihemansky and Alma Shemansky; Ore
gon Auxiliary, headed by Mrs. J. Savan
and assisted by the Misses Belle Simon,
Jeanette Schlosber, Lena Nenerovsky
and Cecil Rubenatein; and Theodor
Music will be furnished by the
Parker Jazz Band Orchestra.
The committee of Portland lodge hav
ing the affair In charge are: Dr. M. M.
Bettman, chairman; Charles F Berg,
Dr. Jonah B. Wise, Milton Freidenrich,
Herman Politz, George J. Mannheimer,
Lee Hartstein, Jesse J. Rich and Ed
ward B. Kramer, president.
One of the pleasant dancing parties
of the week was that at the Irvington
Club at which Mrs. C. C. Colt was the
club hostess of the evening, assisted by
other matron members of the organiza
tion. Clan Macleay, Order of Scottish Clans,
and Ladles' Auxiliary gave a very suc
cessful "gathering of the clans" dance
on Wednesday evening In Multnomah
Hotel in aid of the Belgian children's
relief fund. There was a large attend
ance. The flag decorations were Impressive,
and, combined with the Highland cos
tumes of the pipe band and some of
the guests, sent the thoughts back to
old Scotland. The well-known Watson
sisters danced the sword dance and the
bluebird dance, while William Hood
ntertained with the Highland fling and
The patrons and patronesses were
Roderick L. Macleay and H. Hume,
Messrs. and Mesdames Robert L. Liv
ingstone, Will am A. MacRae. jJavid H.
Gowans. W. G. MacPherson, James Cor
mack, Kj-K. Baxter, William H. Skene.
A Q. Brown, A. T. Matthew, H. R. Hew
itson, A. H. Birrell, Giloert Drynan,
Harrj Dickson, James R. Stuart and
Robert D. Rennie.
After being without a clubhouse for
almost a year the Portland Hunt Club
opened Its new club quarters Infor
mally on Sunday to Its members, when
tne president, Natt McDougall, and
vice-president. Ralph W. Wilbur, were
nosts tor a breakfast. There was a
large turnout, as everyone was anxious
to see the finished clubhouse, and even
the most sanguine of the members bad
his expectations more than fulfilled.
The building is on the same general
lines as the old one, but has many added
conveniences, its broad veranda will
be a most popular place In the Summer,
and affords a fine view of the lovely
surrounding country, and also com
mands a view of the entire track where
the club holds Its meets. In Winter
the living-room, finished In soft gray
with touches of red, the Hunt Club
colors, and Us broad fireplace, will
prove no less attractive. The building
throughout is artistically furnished,
under the able direction of the house
committee, Fred A. Martin, chairman.
The club has been most fortunate In
securing Mrs. Gerda H rmanson as
manager, and already several informal
affairs have been given, while several
large dinner parties are scheduled for
the near future.
Although handicapped for a time
without a clubhouse, the enthusiasm of
the members has never waned, and the
club is more prosperous and flourish-
Mrs. Clarence Cole, of Seattle and
Everett, and Miss Hazel Watts, of Scap
poose, are in the city to assist Miss
Frances Sheeny in her recital tomorrow
evening at Filers Ha.ll. Mrs. Cole is
the guest of Miss Sheehy, and Is a
charming woman with many friends In
Washington, Oregon and California.
As Miss Nellie Sloss, Mrs. Cole attend
ed St. Helen's Hall and has been enter
tained in Portland as the guest of Mrs.
Joseph Clark. Mrs. Cole's husband at
tended Bishop Scott Academy, and Is
known to many Portlanders as the fa
mous quarterback of the Seattle Ath
Miss Watts is the guest of her aunt,
Mrs. Terry, in Irvington, and is a Wel
lesley graduate of last year. Miss
Watts will leave for the East the first
week In May to become the bride of
Vincent Cook, of Massachusetts.
Al Kader Temple will be hosts for a
dance and card party Wednesday night
in the ballroom and tea gardens of
Multnomah Hotel. L. G. Carpenter is
chairman of the committee, and the af
fair promises to be Interesting.
One of the prettiest weddings of the
season took place Wednesday afternoon
at 4 o'clock, when Miss Katherlne
Bowlby, daughter of Mr. and j.Irs.
James L Bowlby, and Mr. Frank Hain
Johnston, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Lin
coln Johnston, were married at the
home of the bride's parents, at 1167
Hawthorne avenue, the ceremony.
which was witnessed by relatives and
Intimate friends, being performed by
Dr. Luther R. Dyott. Before the bridal
party appeared Miss Ruth John sang
Because God Gives Me You, accom
panled by Mrs. Samuel H. Pierce, who
also played the wedding march. The
bride was attended only by little Sarah
Jane Henderson, a niece of the bride
groom, as flower girl.
The bride's wedding gown was of
white Georgette crepe, embellished
with Iridescent beads. It was made
short and full. She carried a. shower
bouquet of brides roses and lillies of the
valley. The nuptual knot was tied
under a canopy of cherry blossoms and
snap-dragons, the room being decorated
also with baskets of sweet peas, palms
and. potted nydrangeas.
The ceilings were hidden with fes-
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Eliminate Blue Monday call now.
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Smart to the
degree of be
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bly correct can
truly be said
of the tailored-to-order
' ments of this
toons of asparagus plumosa ferns, the
color scheme being pink.
An Informal reaeptlon followed) the
ceremony, to which about 100 guests
were bidden. Mrs. lone Townsend
Welles, Miss Norma Sparks and Miss
Ruth Johns sang. In the dining-room
the color effect was yellow. Here Mrs.
Milton B. Henderson, Mrs. Lawrence H.
Bowlby, Mrs. Leland Townsend, Mrs.
Rupert Snoke served Ices and poured.
Assisting them about the room were
Miss Adah Young, Miss Lucile Dudley
and Mrs. Elmon Geneste (Irene Hunt).
After a honeymoon at the beaches.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnston will reside at
the Imperial Arms Apartments.
EVENTS OP THE WEEK.
A pretty dansant was given by Mr.
and Mrs. George E. Love in Murlark
ballroom last week when 275 prominent
Portlanders made merry at this gala
event. The ballroom was gaily decked
with Springtime shrubbery, with cosy
corners of palms, fern and blossoms,
all of which formed a striking back
ground for the many lovely gowns. The
hall was beautifully decorated. A de
lightful buffet lunch was served after
Another party has been decided upon
for Saturday night. May 5, for which
the following will act as patrons and
patronesses: Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Far
rell, Robert Krohn, Fred L. Hartman,
B. C. Darnall, Ralph Mitchell, Fred L.
Hartman, A. ,W. Brookings, C. B.
Clarke, Charles A Shea, F. S. Penfleld,
Dr. and Mrs. M. G. McCorkle, A. D.
Frost. W. G. Lloyd, C. E. Erwin, Dr.
and Mrs. William Shea, Dr. and Mrs.
J. H. Miller, Jack P. Hoben, W. E.
Klernan and W. H. Guild.
One of the notable events of the
week was Scout Young Auxiliary,
United Spanish War Veterans' dance at
Cotillion Hall Thursday evening, which
was the most successful held by them.
The hall was attractively decked In
the National colors. Colonel May, rear-
Abroad, what are called jodh
pores that is, riding trousers,
which cover you from waist right
down to ankle, have been the mode
for many years. Today they divide
favor among Americans with rid
ing breeches of the conventional
K. S. IRVIN & CO., Ltd.
Custom Clothing and Sblrta.
Imported Acc-ttmri- for Men and
Second Floor, Selling Bldg.
Sixth and Alder Street.
.Ar &J7cf JlTi? Jf?s7j-y J. &&r&?y, (JZtfreJ Graham.)
THEfMIN HODSON CO.
387 WASHINGTON ST. PITT0CK hLDQ.
and Decorating Furniture.
131 11th St. TeL Mar. S45
and white hats are here
in the greatest profusion
untrimmed, tailored and
trimmed Hats of incompar
able loveliness to sell at mod
erate prices such as this:
Milan hemp shapes in purest white, suitable for
dress or sports wear, in many new Summer styles.
White Trimmed Hats $5. 95
White Milan Hats faced with silk faille and trimmed with new wings
and white fancies.
I White Banded Sailors $5.00
. of Milan straw, banded with heavy white gros-grain ribbon and finished
with leather sweatband in many new shapes.
I The Wonder Millinery I
At Sixth and Alder Streets
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lmental staff officers and wives were
the guests of honor.
The color team, -in their white uni
forms, with red, white and blue hats.
carrying the National colors, made an
imposing figure, leading the grand
march, after which Mrs. E. D. M. Fowle
sang the "Star-Spangled Banner."
During the evening Lieute pant-Colonel
Abrams, who Is also department
commander, presented Roy Kest, past
department commander, with past com
Miss Helen Frances Warren enter
tained 12 of her friends at a "butterfly"
party Tuesday evening at her home, 400
Hall street, on the occasion of her 13th
Butterflies formed the chief decora
tions of the rooms and refreshment
tables. Miss Norma Neely sang "The
Japanese Maiden" In full Japanese cos
tume. Misses Frances Barbey, Lois
Wheeler and the hostess contributed
piano and violin numbers. Dancing and
games completed a very enjoyable
evening. The guests were Misses
Frances Barbey, Lois Wheeler, Norma
Neeley, Rhyn Chisholm, Eva Chisholm.
Betsy Ross, Helen Erlckson, Helen
Slmplot, Ruth Richardson, Georgle
Richardson. Violet Maber, Ethel Robin
son. Mrs. F. C. Taylor gave a delightful
luncheon at her home on Thursday. The
table was centered with a low basket
entwined with asparagus fern and
filled with rose buds from which, at
the close of the repast each guest drew
a lovely corsage bouquet. Those ac
cepting Mrs. Taylor's hospitality were:
Mrs. J. R. Dickson. Mrs. R. C. French,
Mrs. C. E. Wolverton, Mrs. J. Thorburn
Ross, Mrs. W. J. Furnish. Mrs. R. L.
Tuttle and Mrs. A. A- Morrison.
After an exquisite menu at the
richly appointed table, the guests with
drew to the drawing-room where cof
fee was served and Mrs. Ross read
original poems appropriate to the sea
son, Miss Eloise Frudhomme was given
a surprise party Saturday by some of
her friends. The evening's diversion
consisted of games, dancing and re
freshments. Those present were: The
Misses Myrtle Johnson, Doris Kerstet-
ter, Edna Wheeler, Melba Browning.
Hilda Keneck. Descele Fisher, Helen
Austin, Kathryn Palmer, Marjorie
Brown, Marie Burke, Carrie Sorenson,
2tuv afrfrfAvm jrra,
Engraved Vedding Invitations oruf An.
nouncrmcnta. Social and Buaineas Cards.
Steel Die Embossed Personal. Lodge. ProW
aional and Business Stationery. State kind
12.95. $16.93. $23.95
COATS - COATS
$12.95 and $16.95
Factory Sample Shop
SS6 MORRISON STREET,
Aext to Corbett Bldg.
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They are marvels of corsetry beautiful to
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Although light weight and flexible, they
possess the firmness necessary to moulfl
the figure into perfect contour. There is
a wonderful range of models and fabrics
for your choosing.
MISS KREHBIEL, EXPERT REDFERX CORSETIERE,
IS NOW FITTING HERE DAILY
All the new Spring models in Redfern Corsets are in. Let Miss Krehbiel suggest and adjust the
one best euited to your needs.
$3.50 to $10.00
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