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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAXj -PORTLAND - -ATTGTTST -11, 1918.
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EVERT doUar will be for the Bed
This will be the rule for the
Oriental garden fete to be held Thurs
day evening- at the home of Mr. and
Jlra. H. C. Wortman. For all the Inci
dental expenses Mrs. Wortman has pro
vided. It is her desire that the' gate
receipt or entrance fee shall be the
entire charge made. There will be no
extras, but not one cent of the amount
taken in will go for any cause except
the greatest of all, the Red Cross.
And now for the details. Every
thing is to be Oriental In effect. There
will be the air of hospitality, of ar
tistic charm and loveliness; there will
be richness of coloring. harmony,
beauty and gladness that characterizes
a garden of the far East. Those who
take part will be costumed in Oriental
gowns and robes. The stage will be
decorated In Persian rugs and draperies
and on it Miss Jocelyn Burke, a charm
ing. graceful young dancer will pre
ent a Dance Oriental and the Snake
Charmer's Dance. Mrs. Fletcher Linn,
In rich Mandarin coat will sing a
Chinese song and the quartet, Mrs. Jane
Burns Albert, Mrs. Vivian Eugene
Moore, Dom Zan and J. P. Mulder will
sing "The Persian Garden." This will
be the big number on the programme.
Mrs. Thomas Carrick Burke will pre
side at the piano.
Assisting in serving refreshments
will be the following, wearing costumes
befitting the occasion: Mrs. Charles E.
Curry, Mrs. Fletcher Linn. Mrs. John
A. Keating, Mrs. Donald Spencer, Mrs.
Dent Mowrey, Mrs. Frank Kerr, Mrs. T.
H. Williams. Mrs. J. C. Elliott King,
Mrs. Frederick A. Kiehle.
Mrs. Wortman, who is an art critio
and most original in her ability to
plan artistic affairs and carry out her
plans cleverly, will be assisted by the
Wednesday Morning Art Class of which
he la a prominent member. It is ex
pected the event will be one of the
notable functions of the year.
No less Interesting and for a most
worthy cause will be the garden fete of
Saturday night at the Henningsen
home, (formerly the Josselyn home).
at Mount Tabor, where the auxiliary
to Company F. 18th Engineers. Kail
way, will receive, and there will be
many novel attractions. These two
fetes coming so close together will not
In any way Interfere with one an
other. Those who wish to have a good
time and help excellent causes may at
tend bbth and be sure of plenty of
variety and a good time on both oc
Last week there were but few social
affairs. The engagement of Mary Dun
bar and Hans Lemcke, announced a
Miss Louise Corbln's tea yesterday was
the inspiration for a perfect shower
of good wishes. The marriage of Mar
garet Welch and Dr. Charles J. Loed-
Ing was an event of yesterday morning.
The Post Hospital dance at the Mult
nomah Hotel last night attracted a
large attendance and as the funds are
to pay for athletie equipment for the
boys at the post hospital there was
This week the marriage of Miss Susie
Paige will be a W ednesday event. To
morrow several theater parties are
planned for the Heilig.
Bright with all the attractions of
a Summer garden, alluring as fairy
land, gladsome with the presence of
pretty girls and merry members of
the school set will be the "Fete of
Kannette et Rlntlntin" to be held Sat
urday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Henningsen, Mount Tabor. The place
is reached by the Mount Tabon car
line to East Sixty-eighth street. The
affair will be for the benefit of the
auxiliary to Company F, 18th Engi
neers, Railway. Mrs. James F. Mor
TelL. chairman, will be assisted by a
large number of prominent members
of the auxiliary to the company of
gallant engineers now in France.
Frank Barrett has charge of the pro
gramme. M. Abraham will direct the
election of the musical numbers. Mrs.
A. W. Clark will be chairman of the
refreshment committee and will be as
sisted by Mrs. Henry von Groenewald.
Mrs. W. R. Bolton, Mrs. I. C. Lyman.
Mns. C F. Vilas. At the Dorothy
Dainty booth, where Jams and jellies
and all sorts of goodies will be found,
Mrs. Adrian McCalman will preside,
and will be assisted by. Mrs. C. D.
Bruoti, lira, Jams fiw Hoaeyisaji, Unb
Graham Glass, Mrs. George Nevins, Mrs.
Anna Hunt. Mrs. Inez Barrett will
be at the doll booth, one of the fea
tures sure to attract the little girls
and those 'who would . buy them the
most cherished of gifts. Assisiing Miss
Barrett will be Miss Margaret Porter,
Miss Alma Haines, Miss Geraldine
Coursen, Miss Uendieaux, Miss Ruth
Shull and Miss Helen FarrelL
A gypsy will be on hand to tell the
past, present and future of all who
will leave with her a small sum for
the benefit of the boys overseas. Many
a love affair may be settled beautifully
by applying to this booth.
Mrs. M. Abraham will be in change
of the flower booth, with Miss E.
Sheaver, Mrs. R. Bean and Miss Edith
Strowbrldge assisting. Mrs. G. A. I
Johnson will be hostess at the grab
bag, where all sorts of atractive and
amusing articles will be found.
Mrs. Charles Francis Hartman will
chaperone the girls assisting. The fete
will open early in the evening and
will continue throughout the evening
hours with attractions every minute.
Miss Doris Henningsen, the charming
young daughter of the A. P. Henning
sens will be one of the cigarette girls.
Miss Margaret ilcShane will hold i
Among the patronesses for the even
ing will be -Mrs. Kenneth D. Hauser,
wife of the Captain of Company F
Mrs. A. R. Porter, Mrs. J. D. Farrell,
Mrs. B. Cloutler, Mrs. W. R. McKenzie,
Mrs. A. G. Klosterman, Mrs. A. P.
Henningsen, Mrs. Charles E. Carey,
Mrs. A. E. Rockey, Mrs. M. B. Wells,
Mrs. C. D. Brunn, Mrs. Arthur Emmons,
Mrs. Grace Hall. Mrs. M. Sheaver, Mrs.
William ,Peake. Mrs. M. A. Newell, Mrs.
John L. May, Mrs. Thomas Saul. Mrs.
R. G. Chipman, Mrs. F. C. Malpas. Mrs.
George Lawrence, Jr., Mrs. Fred Morey,
Mrs. Charles W. King, Mrs. T. H. Mc
Allls. Mrs. Wilbur E. Coman, Mrs.
Amedee M. Smith, Mrs. Leroy Fields,
Mrs. Justin E. McEachern, Mrs. H.
Flthian, Mrs. J. R. Bowland, Mrs. War
ren E. McCord, Mrs. Swafford, of Ore
gon City; Mrs. Petronella Connolly
Peets. Mrs. John Worcester, Mrs. Sig
mund Frank. Mrs. Franklin T. Grif
fith, Mrs. Thomas D. Honeyman, Mrs.
O. C. Calhoun, Mrs. F. A. Ross. Mrs.
E. C. MicTTener, Mrs. Florence Cleary,
Mrs. J. P. O'Brien. Mrs. C. Lewis Mead,
Mrs. A. Van Roosendall and Mrs. Clar
Among the girls who will assist are
members of the Committee fo Dev
astated France, Including Miss Gen
dleaux, the Misses Margaret Porter,
Sarah Patrick, Isabelle Clark, Ger
aldine Coursen, Alma Haines, Sue
Truby, Ona McEachern, McCiunir, Jes
sie MacLean. Ann Cleary, Eugenie Cal
houn, Florence Cleary, Helen Ross,
Doris Henningsen, Edith 8tnowbridge,
Esther Cloutler, Doris Dabney. Doris
Henningsen, Edith Strowzridge, Irma
Austin. Berl Vinson, Dorothy Wor
cester, Gretchen Klosterman. Jean-
nette Melius, Mary Blossom, Beatrice
Locke. Orita Willaford, Miss Allard,
Margaret McShane. of Seattle; Ruth
Scull, Helen Farrell, Catherine O'Sul-
llvan, Mrs. Van Rosendahl, Miss Alice
Dabney, Marie Michern.
The Henningsen place was formerly
the B. S. Josselyn home.
for their home.
.Miss Loretta Hardy was hostess at a
pretty luncheon Thursday honoring
Miss Hoge. Covers were laid for Miss
Hoge. Mrs. Charles T. Whitney, Mrs.
Lovelle D. Winters, Miss Virginia Mc
Donough, Miss Helen . Farrell, Miss
Jean Stevens, Miss Katherine Hoyt and
Later in the afternoon Miss Virginia
McDonough honored her guest at an
informal tea. Mrs. Chester G. Murphy
and Mrs. J. Sherman O'Gorman presided
at the tea table. A score of matrons
and maids accepted Miss McConough's
Major and Mrs. Frederick W. Lead
better entertained last Sunday at din
ner at . their county place, "Fern
Lodge," near Camas, honoring Colonel
Beckett and Lieutenant Holland, com'
miesioners from Great Britain and
A wedding, of interest solemnized
yesterday was that of Miss Margaret
Welch and Dr. Charles F. Loeding. The
ceremony took place at the home of the
bride in East Morrison street. Rev.
Frederick K. Howard, chaplain of Good
Samaritan Hospital, was the officiating
clergyman. The bride wore a becoming
girlish gown of white organdie trimmed
with filet lace. Her hat was of white
organdie and she carried orchids and
white roses. Mrs. J. Brooks Haworth,
of this city, was matron of honor and
Miss Dorothy Dunn, of Redlands, Cal.
was bridesmaid. Both were attired in
pink organdie dresses and hats to
match and wore corsage bouquets of
Cecil Brunner roses. J. Brooks Ha
worth was best man.
The guests present included the rela
tives and a few close friends of the
couple. Miss Evelyn Calbreath . sang
At Dawning." The wedding march
was played by the Misses Evelyn Cal
breath and Helen Calbreath, at piano
and with violin.
The house was attractively decorated
In stately palms and tall pink tiger
Mrs. James D. Hoge, of Seattle, and
her daughter. Miss Marie Louise, were
the center of much social activity this
week. As Miss Hoge was busy pur
chasing her trousseau all the affairs
were informal and hurrledlv planned.
We now have in stock a splendidly
varied assortment of English Knitted
Scarfs, ranging from-the neat con
servative designs to the beautifully
blended high-grade colors.
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lilies and all the rooms were lighted
by candles. Ophelia roses were banked
in the dining-room and centered the
table. Mrs. George Ohler presided at
The bride wore for a going-away cos
tume a smart tailored jersey sport
suit with small hat to match.
The bride attended St. Helen's Hall
and the University of California and
is popular socially. Since the announce
ment of her engagement July 10 there
have been many social affairs given
in her honor. She is a member of Delta
Gamma sorority. Both Dr. and Mrs.
Loeding are enthusiastically Interested
in outdoor sports. The bride is an ex
pert equestrienne and golf player. Dr.
Loeding is a member of Waverley and
other prominent clubs. They will motor
, on their wedding trip.
Miss Marlon Bauer will give a talk
Friday afternoon at On-the-Hill Tea
Garden. "Modern Music" will be the
topic. Miss Bauer will be assisted by
Mrs. Maurice Seitz.
Mrs. Thomas Carrick Burke presided
at an informal dinner at the tea
garden last Tuesday. Later the party
motored to Mrs. Burke's home and en
joyed an hour of music.
Mrs. William C, Alvord was hostess
at a luncheon Thursday entertaining
for Mrs. C. Lawrence, of Los Angeles,
and Mrs. David M. Munro, of Dallas,
Several social honors were accorded
Miss Susie Boone Paige last week,
when she was entertained at
and afternoon affairs. Miss Jennet
Hancock, who will be one of the brides
maids, gave an attractive dinner party
for Miss Paige, dispensing hospitality
at her home, 600 East Twenty-fourth
street North. Tuesday. Miss Jennie
Hays gave an afternoon tea and
shower at which many dainty gifts
were presented to the bride-elect. To
morrow night a theater party will be
dinners given at the Heilig for Miss Paige and
her fiancee, Eugene H. Ehrhardt.
Their marriage will be Wednesday at
high noon at the Paige residence on
Talbot road. Miss Paige announced her
attendants last Thursday. Miss Caroline
Paige will be maid of honor. Brides
maids will be Roberta Powell, of Hous
ton, Tex.; Miss Ethel Kraus, of Seattle;
Miss Virginia Mackenzie and Miss
Jennet Hancock, of Portland.
Appleby will be best man.
The bride is a graduate of University
of Washington, a member of Alpha
Omicrom ri Sorority and Phi Beta Pi
Honor Society. She taught sciences at
St. Helen's Hall last year and is socially
popular. Mr. Ehrhardt Is widely known
in banking circles. Ho Is president of
the Empire National Bank of Lewlston.
For the wedding ceremony Rev.
Thomas Jenkins will officiate; Miss
Luello Kmmons. of Salem, will play the
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