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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1918)
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party t their home In Llnnton. It
a sort of frewrll party prepara
tory to thrir trip to California. They
will leave Tu.idijr nlicht. accompanied
ly their father. W. T. O'llrlen. and
expect to make a tour of the atate for
two month. a
New ha Just reached Portland tell
Inc of the approaching weddlt Ml
Anea Ford, of Seattle, the well-known
Itolfer and holder of several woman'
championship. to Captain Walter
Tracy. IT. S. A. The, wedding- will b
am event of Thursday, and the brother-la-law
and slater of the bride-elect, lr.
and Mrs. Rmll Knna. who are promi
nent resldenta of this city, are ;lannlnn
to leave within a day or two to attend
Miss Kord is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Kord, and she la popular In
social circles as well as athletic- Cap
tain Tracy la now In Washington, .
C. and will be stationed at Camp Fre
mont. He will take his bride on a
visit to Washington before going to
I'alo Alto to take up his duties there.
.Am on it the line parties at the matinee
yeateraay at the Helllg Theater to see
"The Thirteen 111 Cfcjur,- was one lor
which Mrs. Abraham Tichner was host.
ess. which was preceded by a luncheon
at the Hotel Portland. The party in
eluded Mr.. J. It. Ye'on. Mrs. W. J.
Lyon. Mrs. J. O. Hoyt. Mrs. Frank Mc
Cauley, Mrs. J. W. Simpson and the
Another affair of recent date for
which Mr. Tlchner aUo was hostess
was the informal tea and knitting bee
given in compliment to her sister, Mrs.
John Annand. upon her return from
San FrancUco. The, guests were old
friends of Mrs. Annand. and the affair
was charming and interesting.
Professor and Mrs. Luclcn E. Becker
entertained Wednesday at an informal
dinner for two personal friends, mem
bers of the San Carlo Opera Company
Slenorlna Stella Ie Mette, soprano, and
Signor Francesco Llazze. manager of
the orchestra. Miss le Mette i.s a for
mer piano student of Mr. Becker's at
St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. John II. ilaak
were al.o members of the dinner party
and later took the quests and pnrty
to their home on tast Fifty-eighth
Members of the Professional Wo-
rnana Lcisue were hostesses at a
prettily appointed luncheon given
Wednesday at the University Club In
compliment to Harold Bauer, the emi
nent pianist, who was Introduced in s
delightful manner by the president,
Mrs. Charles P. McCulIough. Mr.
Bauer gave illuminating sidelights on
art' as Tiewed from the commercial
viewpoint, and from the standpoint of
the artist, maintaining that true art
Is simply the expression of emotions
experienced in daily life, but which
only a gfted few are able to express
through music, poetry or motion. Mr.
Bauer demonstrated that he is not only
a pianist, but a philosopher and a hu
morist and the league accounted it a
great honor to entertain him.
The tables were decorated with ex
quisite Spring flowers, violets, hya
cinths, ferns and Jonquils. Covers were
Inld for league members as follows:
Miss Jocelyn Foulkes, Miss Abby
Whiteside. Miss Anna B. Crocker. Mi:
Mary Frances Isom. Miss Dorothea
Nash. Miss Loa K. Bailey. Mrs. Calvin
B. Cady, Mrs. Charles Kdwin Sears,
Miss Huth Catlln. Mlss Gertrude Tal
bot, Miss Vclla Winner, Misa Maida
Kossitcr. Miss Margaret McLaughlin.
Miss Lucy K. Trevett. Mrs. George
Alexander. Miss Nellie Fox, Miss lone
Dunlap. Miss Ethel Sawyer. Dr. Grace
Keith, Mrs. Dunkley. Miss Bertha Stu
art. Mrs. H. M. Ksterly, Miss Florence
Heed. Misa Alice Shtsdd. Mrs. A. P. Mc
Klnlay. Mrs. George II. Marsh, Miss
Helen Putnam. Mrs. Charles Curry, Miss
Iaura Miller, Misa Florence Knowlton.
Mrs. Harry Beals Torrey, Miss Beth
McCrea, Mrs. Herman Bohlmun and
Miss Harriet Wood. Out-of-town pro
fessional women, who were guests, in
cluded: Mia Kdwin Hunt, of Louisi
ana; Mrs. Katherine Glenn Carey, of
Seattle, and Miss Howes, of Hood
Miss Katherine Marie spoeri a
charming maid of the North Shore, Chi
cago, is spending several wk with
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. r red
Spoeri, at the Madison-Park apart
ments, and during her stay she hns been
delightfully entertained by well-known
Portlanders. She is spending this
week-end with her cousin. Miss Marion
Spoeri. a freshman at the University of
Oregon, at the Delta Gamma Sorority
house. Misa Spoeri -will return this
week to her home in Chicago.
Mr. Carl G. Liebe has returned home
from a three-months' visit in the Kast.
In Chicago she visited her sister, Mrs.
A. T. Fisher; In Milwaukee, her broth
er. Dr. C. S. -Hart, and In Sioux City.
Iowa, she was th guest of Mrs. Jack
Caaan and Mrs. Harry Custls.
lira. Neita Harlow Lawrence gave a
line party jit 'the Orpheum Tuesday
evenliiL-CoUo wed by a supper at the
Multnomah ..Hotel in honor of Mrs.
Henry McKtnnry. of Kaker, Or., who Is
visiting her mother. Mrs. George Huril
Ing. of Oregon City. Mrs, Kwrence had
as her guests Mr. and AlriT.. K. Broriie,
Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Barlow Harding,
Mrs. Henry McKinney and Miss Kvelj n
The clubhouse at Garden Home was
the scene on Saturday. January S, of
one of the most interesting meetings
ever gathered within its hospitable
walls when the junior members of the
Portland Hunt Club held their first
election of officers. This organization
recently passed Its first birthday, but
it' was not until the annual meeting
of the Hunt Club held in December
that permission was given them to
have officers from among their own
number. Since that time the Juniors
have been all excitement planning for
the event and doing some good elec
tioneering. Those of their elders who
were fortunate enough to be present at
the meeting could not have helped
being inspired by the refreshing and
whole-hearted enthusiasm of these boys
The meeting was called to order by
Mrs. R. 1$. Caswell and with a dignity
befitting the occasion the juniors car
ried on the election to its conclusion
which resulted In the election of
Douglas Nicol as president; Suzanne
Caswell, vice-president; Ambrose M.
Cronln. Jr., secretary; Marion Howies.
treasurer, and Katherine Ainaworth,
Helen West and Jack McDougall, ;
Due lrfrgely to the energetic and per- ,
sistent efforts of Mrs. Caswell, the
ljunior branch now number 42 active
members and a substantial growth can
I be looked for this year. It is with
much satisfaction that the .-lunt Club !
members regard this auxiliary branch, ,
for In a few yeara the juniors will be '
taking their places in the councils of'
their elders and In a few more years !
will be taking the reins themselves, so i
the future of the dub seems secure.
They number among their members ;
I some such excellent and fearless riders I
that the traditions and reputation of
the club will be safe In their hands. J
President Nat McDougall appointed I
Mrs. Ii. B. Caswell, Mrs. H. K. Ever-
ding and James Nicol as a committee to
look after the juniors and already
many schemes are being hatched for
After the close of the business meet
ing on Saturday, those present were
the guests of Mrs. Gerda Hermanson
for tea. The juniors In attendance
were: Ann Adams. .Marion Bowies,
ISuzanne Caswell, Margaret Cook, Bertha
Goodman, Jane Hall, Clementine Xewis,
Kdith Ottenheimer. Mary Louise Pratt,
Frances Frudhomme, Jane Talbot,
Helen West and Marguerite Wheeler,
Robert Coffey. Ambrose M. Cr6nin, Jr.,
Mobert Farrell, Harold Hirsch, Kobert
Holman, Herbert Kerron. Stanley Lang,
Jack McDougall, Nat McDougall, Jr..
and Douglas Nicol, most of whom rode
out to the club.
James Nicol. M. F. II.. is arranging
I for a closed paper chase for the Juniors
to be held Saturday afternoon. January
13. and after this chase when the
riders gather at the clubhouse they
I will be the guests of Mrs. K. B. Caswell.
Miss Lois Kiefer, of Seattle, who has
I been the guest of Mrs. Fred ilson at
the Multnomah Hotel for several days,
during which time she was extensively
entertained;has returned to her home
in the North. .
Mrs. Wilson was a dinner hostess
last week in her honor and several
other informal functions marked her
Eric V. Hauser. of the Multnomah
Hotel, has returned from an extended
isit In the Kast. He passed the holi
days with his family in St. Paul.
Harold Grady, who, with Mrs. Grady,
has been making his home at the Mult
nomah Hotel since the former entered
the Aviation Corps find sold his home
known as Harlow-Grady Hall, left
Thursday night for Berkeley to take
up his training In the aviation. Mrs.
Grady will remain-at the Multnomah
for a few weeks, when she plans to go
to San Francisco to join Mr. Grady and
also to assist Mrs. Hinman In her
terpsichorean work at the Falrmount
HoteL . - -
Miss Prlscilla Putnam will become
the bride of Anthony Run this month.
the exact date to be announced later.
The engagement of the popular young
couple was announced recently. Miss
Putnam, formerly of this city, has been
making her home in Los Angeles with
her paternal grandmother, and as Mr.
Ruh is connected with the Lnion Oil
Company, of that city, they will make
ttrdr future home in the southland. The
bride-to-be Is well known In Skaway,
Alaska, where she and her sister, Miss
Nada, made their home with their
father, the late H. C. Putnam, for some
Mr. Ruh, also well known In this city,
will take his bride on a visit to San
Diego before going to Los Angeles to
take up their residence.
The Auld Lang Syne Society, com
posed of prominent men of Portland
will hold Its annual banquet -fit the
Multnomah Hotel Wednesday, January
23. Tables will be arranged in the
ballroom for about 250 and music will
be a feature of the event. General
C. F. Beebe will be In charge of the
A. G. Findlay was host at a delight
ful dinner' given at Hotel Portland
Saturday evening in honor of the visit
ing Canadian officers who spoke at the
Municipal Auditorium on war condi
tions, including Major F. B. Edwards,
Captain E. J. Gook and Lieutenant
Colonel J. SI. McMillan.
The Laurelhurst Club drill team, as
sisted by the auxiliary, spent a pleas
ant evening dancing at the clubhouse
on Thursday. A basket lunch was pro
vided by the women and was served
under the supervision of a most effi-
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clent corps of "kitchen police" consist
ing of William S. Searles. N. Barde,
Neil P. Bennett, F. H. Call. T. H. Drake
and Dr. D. A. Fellows. An event of the
.next month that is being looked for
ward to with pleasure ry the drill team
is a military ball to be held at the
clubhouse at a date to be announced
later. It is Imperative that those at
tending this dancing party dress in
some sort of a military costume,
whether of this generation or the last
is immaterial, according to orders from
Captain Leo M. Clark.
The Irvlngton Club's card party
scheduled for Tuesday promises to be
one of the most enjoyable affairs of the
week under the chairmanship of Mrs.
May Varwig, who will have as her as
sociates on the committee this wee
Mesdames W. E. Richey. J. E. Dur
ham, J. Nicolai, George Joseph, W. H
Powell. A. J. Winters, A. W. JJalrd
Bert E. Haney and E. G. Leihy.
A tea of unusual interest to th
friends and members of the Red Cross
unit of Grace Memorial Episcopa
Church will be given at the home of
Mrs. W. J. Zimmerman. 746 Weidle
street, corner of East Twenty-second
PORTLAND MATRON WHOSE WEDDING TO WELL-KNOWN
ATTORNEY IS SURPRISE TO THEIR FRIENDS.
Mrs. Mary Covey and Fred Heilig gave their numerous friends in this city
a big surprise by the announcement of their marriage. The ceremony was
read on November 19 in Seattle. Rev. M. A. Matthews officiating. Not until
a few days ago did the news of the betrothal reach Portland relatives and
friends of the couple, who now'are making their home In the Heilig Theater
in attractive. apartments.
Mr. Heilig is a brother of Calvin Heilig and for years has been associated
with John F. Logan, well-known attorney, in business, looking after the Hei
lig Theatrical Corporation affairs, the booking offices of .the company being
in Seattle, where Mrs. Cotyy has made her home since the divorce from her
former husband. Howard , Covey, of the Covey Automobile Company, of this
Mr. Heilig was one df the attorneys who procured her divorce.
He is a former newspaper man and miner, having been owner and editor
of the Fairbanks Times during the bonanza days of a camp In the interior of
Alaska, where Mr. Heilig has extensive Interests. For a number of years he
has been a member of the Arctic Club of Seattle and of the Alaska bureau of
the Seattle Chamber of Commerce. He also Is a member of a number of the
leading civic, social and military organizations of Portland. His bride is well
known In social circles in Portland, Sau Francisco and Seattle.
street North, Tuesday, - January 15,
from 2 to 5 P. M.
Miss Dorothy Bliss is arranging an
unusual musical programme. The pro
ceeds from this tea will be used to pay
the expense of sewing machines anil
findings used in the work of this unit
and to purchase individual boxes to
send each member from Grace Memo
rial Church now serving in the Array
The girls interested in Battery A,
Oregon Field Artillery', 147th Field Ar
tillery, enjoyed a delightful evening
at the home of Mrs. A. J. Hoover, 641
Tacoma avenue, Monday night. The
rooms were decorated with red, white
and blue bunting and flags. Captain
Clayton's picture was nung in the
drape of one of the flags. The even
ing was devoted to old-time games and
dancing. Several fine selections were
'had. A feature of the evening was a
mock wedding, which caused an unlim
ited amount of fun among the guests.
Dainty refreshments were served.'
Those present were: Mrs. O. V. Pain
ter, wife of Lieutenant Paineer, Bat
tery A; Mrs. R. E. Daniel, wife of Lieu
tenant Daniel, Battery A; Miss Edna
Waldele. Marjorie Smith. Jenny Lough
lin, Mrs. Downey, Margaret Downer,
Janet Daniel, Mrs. H. Livingstone,
Grace Scott, Pearl Scott. Helen Scott,
Helen Hendricks. Harriett Dalby, Mrs.
J. A. Rannie, Feme Hall and Mrs. A. J.
Clan Macleay, Order of Scqttish Clans,
will celebrate the birthday of Robert
Burns on January 25 with a concert and
dance in the Masonic Temple. The fol-
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