Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1918)
TIIE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, SEPTEHZnER-'
it yv . . . . . . ... j : - - f s x
ll " ' vV. ' - -S . i .1 ., - " i v
r : 4 . fix -U
r . A - V-, ' . w
11 . rar S: ) ill X ( y
v . In
Wt o J ef? bryZz-rt rt$ fort
33 2. fo o'rt J&r"Jts
TOT many minutes of the pat week
1X1 were devoted to anything but
patriotic work by the, women of
Portland. True, one or two occasions
arose in the way of bridal parties ant
departing or incoming fftieati, but they
were to few and far between as to
make the werk practically devoid of
ocial affairs. 1
Every women in the city was deep
in the campaign for liberty and also
absorbed in plans for the forthcomin
drives of different organizations.
well as the Federation of Women's Clubs
meetinr, which was held during th
week, and the lectures by returned oni
cera in tn interests of the fourth libert
loan campaign, which, by the way, will
keep them Just as occupied this wee
and for some weeks to come. Wome
of the motor division of the National
League for Oman's Service have bee
. pre.-sfd Into service from early morn
in until late at night, acting as chauf
feurs to convey the speakers for the
bond campaign about the city on
tbelr missions and delivering supplies
to ma various headquarters of the cam
paign. In addition, doxrns of well
known women have given their serv
Ices In numerous capacities at th
itoerty Temple, and for the presen
mere is no time lor play.
Women and, girls who are determined
to serve thoir country overseas are
busily engaged in all sorts of serious
studies. They are taking the recon
struction, courses at the colleges, the
first-aid and motor mechanics training
lor tna km cross ambulance squad
ron. hospital training and filling the
places of men In all sorts of business
enterprises and organizations.
"omen are taking such an active
part in the present campaign that tbey
have been positively slaving for 10
and 12 hours a day, happy In the fact
tbat they were truly accomplishing
aometning. The mothers' parade, which
was a big feature of the campaign last
night, attracted hundreds of mothers,
wives, sinters and children of soldiers
and the preparation of this feature
ecessitated the services of dozens of
women who are members of the wom
an s committee.
;For the week Just commencing there
Is one bright spot In soeialdom the
wedding of Miss Amy Robinson and
Harold Dekum Gill, which will be vol
emnlzed at 8:10 Thursday evening.
Week-end hoQse parties continue to be
popular and they will undoubtedly pre
vail as long as the warm, sunshiny
fit j i
One o'Ae Ctcsr-m ino
Miss Helen Flatt, Miss Katherine Hoyt, I of Nashville, Tenn., who is visiting his
ic ti: i ik TnAUA lr:n. t i i . . T 1 , . .. .. .1 .,,..,.-1 . iH ) t : . . i
auu nnu uaugiiivi iiiiciw, j iit u ici!u u
and Mrs. Henry Dickinson, of Vancou
ver Barracks, the latter were hosts for
a dinner party at the Benson Hotel
Thursday evening. Several other af
fairs are planned in honor of this dis
tinerushed visitor during his visit here.
The most interesting event of the
week on the social calendar is the
wedding of Miss Amy Robinson and
iaroia jjeicum uul The ceremony
will be 1 read .at Et. Stephen's Pro-
Cathedral at s:JO o'clock. Rt. Rev. Wal
ter Taylor to officiate. It will be i
simple and informal function,- In keep
ing with the war times, and following
the ceremony an informal reception will
be held at the home of the bride's par
eats, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, to
which only closest friends have oeen
-The wedding party will Include Miss
Elsa Gill, maid of honor: Misses Kath
ryn Hoyt, Stephanie Strain, Helen Page,
Alice Dabney, bridesmaids; Joseph Gill,
best man: Captain Prescott Cooking-
ham. Lieutenant Adrian Brewer. Walter
r W. G. Smith & Co.
Sll MOHGA.X BLDG.
- LADIES' SCIT AND COATS
LADIES' TAILOR, Bit EILER9 BLDG.
Hurlburt. Mrs. - Vernon Cartwright,
Misses Myrtle Gram, Verne- Barker,
Catherine Russell, Marcia Parker, Miss
Piper and the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Whitehouse
and Mrs. Jack Brown were dinner
guests of Max H. Houser Monday night,
Mr. Houser later entertained his guesti.
at the Orpheum.
An Interesting visitor in town last
week was Lieutenant Pierre H. Hines,
of the 318th Engineers U. S. A. who
has just returned from overseas serv
ice. He was on a few days' leave and
left Thursday to assume his duties- at
Camp Humphrey, Virginia. He has been
assigned to training reserve troops at
Camp Humphrey and Mrs. Hines (Mich
bauin) will join him there shortly.
Mrs. Sigfrled M. Unander and small
son, of New York, who have been so
journing in the Northwest for several
months, have Just returned from a trip
to Hood River, and they are making
their home temporarily at the Mallory
Hotel. Later they will go to. the Ben
son Hotel, where they will remain for
Mrs. John Fdrest Dickson's luncheon
yesterday . complimenting Miss - Amy
Robinson was a charming affair. Cov
ers were arranged at a table artistic
ally bedecked with garden flowers for
Miss Robinson, Miss Susan Chenery,
Miss Elizabeth Jacobs, Miss Polly Kerr,
Miss Helen Page, Miss Elizabeth Hailey,
Miss Helen Honeyman. Miss Elizabeth
Mgnefee, Miss Esther Jones, Miss
Stephanie Strain, Miss Loretta Hardy,
Miss Consuelo McMillan and the hostess.
In the afternoon Miss Miriam Reed
entertained about 30 of the younger
giris with an informal tea compli
mentary to the bride-elect. Miss Rob
inson. The table was adorned with a pro
fusion of pink rosebuds and fernery,
and Mrs. Vernon Cartwright presided.
Assisting in serving were Misses
Smith. Dorinne Wyld, Nancy Holt and
Virginia Thompson. The drawing
room was decked with baskets and
bowls of bridesmaid roses, and the din-nig-room
was decked with pink, white
and blue blossoms in dainty array.
One of the most delightful affairs of
mid-week was the dinner presided over
by Captain D. CriBp at the Waverley
Country Club Wednesday evening. It
was most informal, and his guests
were: Captain and Mrs. Cameron
Squires, Misses Kaiherine Hart, Rhoda
Rumelin, Ruth Teal, Captain Prescott
Cbokingham, Captain Georgo Powell.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Corbett enter
tained with a dinner party In the grill
of the Hotel Portland Tuesday evening.
The table was exquisitely decorated
with rosebuds and ferns. Covers were
placed for 16.
Honoring Judpre Jacob M. Dickinson.
SUIT and COAT
Material for Fall
We are now showing nil the latest
materials, including Silk Duvetyne.
Duvet Militaire, Bradford Cashmere
and Silvertone Tweeds, for Kail and
Winter suits and coats.
Ladles' Tailors, 302 ' WuU., Near Tenth.
Learn at DeHoney's beautiful acad
emy. Twenty-third and Washington
Bee our advertisement en J5 6, see
Hon 1, today about new Fall classes for
beginners. Thono M. 7656. Adv.
Keisner and Richard Montgomery, ush
The past week has been replete with
charming informal aocial functions for
tbe bride-to-be. and several more will
be given during the next few days.
m w n
Miss Catherine Russell, accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. Lewis Russell, left
yesterday lor Berkeley to enter the
University of California.
tained with an informal luncheon on
Wednesday. Seated around the table,
which was adorned with a large bowl
of garden flowers, were Mrs. Ralph
In honor of Miss Constance Piner,
who is planning to leave soon for New
York to resume her musical work, her
mother, Mrs. Kdgar B. riper, enter-
f Shortage M
;,,:.!; Ml exists to a serious jjjjj
x degree. The sensible 5 ii,!
S woman will have fl 'j!
g her suit made while C'jjj
!;l B there is still a choice 8 '!
i:;!! This establish-
.CbS) went invites your Jffii:
''!!!; ' W attention to their araii
n lowing jjfjijilj ji
WpeVX TAItORH Jl'll
v--JV To Men and Women I !
r"iVi VTj Northirmtrra Baak I i
'''tfiru-l 'd- P;
to the Woman
Who Wishes to Be
Blouses of latest designs in flesh.
white and all the desirable shades i
for the new suit or separate skirt. I
VOGt-'E PATTER. I
THE WAIST SHOP I
sl Poeteffire Opposite 1
Everything . a fond mother
heart " may desire is here ex
quisitely made or designed,'
stamped and cut ready for you
They've just enough hand'
work to. give that jnother touch.
Our expert needlewomen will
be happy lo instruct you to the
finishing of the little wearables.
and all the other
All of finest special baby fab
rics. More styles, we believe,
than any other baby shop in all
the country can boast. , ,
You'll make the biggest rnds
of savings, loo, by shopping at the
388 Morrison Street
Between West Park and Tenth
for the New Season
We arc now ready with the
largest stock of coats we have
ever displayed. Trim lines and
rich materials -such as silver-'
tones, duvetyns, kitten's ear
cloth, pom poms and suede
velours make almost any sort of trim-
ming unnecessary except it be a huge
. collar of fur to help it serve its mission
of warmth. Hundreds of Coats dozens of styles here for your
Fall selection. Priced from $20 to $185.
FOB AST TTP-TO.DATB SFIT SEK
THK IiADIES' TAIIXm, 1S8?4 Tth St.
Dark Tones for the Netv Suit-
Just this week there arrived any number of handsome suit blouses. Georgette trimmed
in rich braid, Georgette embroidered and Georgette plain. Lovely shades of wisteria,
brown, blue and other deep tones make it possible for you to match your suit exactly.
See these at your earliest opportunity. They are priced from $8 to $18.50.
J&Ptzld&M at. bet
tjV th and fit. Tl.
I&QWEBS. hu i! am
YOU BUY LIBERTY BONDS
The Boys at the Front Will do
Your Charge Account Solicited.
Washington Street at Tenth.
Store ' open at 9 .A. M. in compliance with
The Eastern specializes in
apparel for stout -women.
We have a large assortment of
extra size Waists, Suits, Coats
and Dresses designed espe
cially for the large type of
stylish .woman. Tell your
friends of this extra service.