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THE SUNDAY OREGON IAN", PORTLAND, MARCH 9, 1919.
Yete. Thla la the first time that the
house league has been the host at a
regular club affair, and they promise
a. continuous performance. The va
rious teams of the league will be rep
resented on the committee by their
captains W. L. Cornell. W. J. Laid
law, Philip II. Dater. Norris A. Mickey.
Dr. Arthur Laidlaw, V. A. Crura and
J. 1L Cuiilap.
The women of Rotary of Portland
formed their organization in October
for the purpose of furnishing a- ward
at Camp Lewis with comforts and
cheer which the government does not
supply. On account of the armistice
being signed soon after, there was
some uncertainty about what was to
be done with the ward, but it has
now been turned into a septic ward
lor men who have been wounded in
The women have shipped lounges,
easy chairs, a. Victrola. and have
made curtains and are furnishing
shades for the windows. The follow
ing women have volunteered to go
to Camp Lewis and install furniture
and cheer up the sick boys:
Mrs. A. D. Deaver, Mrs. N. G. Pike,
Mrs. W. J. Roope, Mrs. C. E. Cochran,
Mrs. C. B. Waters, Mrs R. A. Stewart
and Mrs. W. D. McWaters. They will
each take up some treat, such as
candy, cookies, jelly, jam and cigar
ettes, and make it a party day for
these wounded heroes.
For the benefit of this ward, the
women of Rotary have arranged to
give a card party in the crystal room
of the Benson hotel Friday from 2 to
5 o'clock. Prizes will be given and
light refreshments served.
STATE CAPITOL, Salem. Or.. March
8. (Special.) Senator Hurley of Mal
heur county arrived at the Capitol re
cently with his bride, whom he mar
ried at Eugene, Saturday evening, Feb
ruary 8. Mrs. Hurley was Miss Fay
Clark of Vale, county school superin
tendent of Malheur county.
The marriage was solemnized at the
Delta Gamma chapter house, at Eu
gene, the guests including President
and Mrs. P. L. Campbell of the Univer
sity of Oregon, ana other university and
legislative friends of tho young people.
Senator Hurley is an attorney at
Vale and the youngest man in the sen
ate. His bride was graduated from the
University of Oregon in the class of
EVENTS OF THE WEEK.
Amid a bower of palms and spring
flowers Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Gettelman
of Johnson street received their friends,
honoring their daughter. Miss Fannie
Gettelman. and her fiance, Nathan D.
Sanford, Sunday afternoon and even
ing, February 16. ,
The reception and living-rooms were
artistically decorated with yellow daf
fodils, narcissus and pussy willows,
lending a touch of spring. In the dining-room
an effective centerpiece of
deep pink carnations was used.
A bevy of pretty maids assisted in
receiving and serving.
Miss Gettleman was charming in an
exnuisite frock of shell pink georgette.
elaborately beaded. Her corsage was of
orchids and Ophelia roses.
lira Gettelman was admired in a
gown of black charmeuse, with which
she wore violets and lavender cycla
men. An elaborate dinner was served to
about 40 relatives and intimate friends.
One of the Interesting events of the
week was the luncheon given by the
Liberty club at the Hazelwood, Febru
ary 13. Mrs. W. Collings, the president
of the club, was presented with a beau
tiful silver gift, the presentation ad
dress being made by Mrs. Daniel Dan
ziger on behalf of the women of the
Seated at the table were Mra "W.
Collings, Mrs. A. "W. Belding. Mrs. Dan
iel Danziger, Mrs. H. Jones, Mrs. T.
Tucker, Mrs. M. A. Hollinger, Mrs. A.
B. Strowbridge, Mrs. Anna P. Lankin,
Mrs. Helen Bacon and Mrs. H. L. Tro
gett. A pleasant event of the week was
the St. Valentine party given by Helen
Currier at her home, 1005 East Twenty
fifth street north, Friday evening. The
rooms were decorated with streamers
and hearts. Entertainment features in
cluded music, games, singing and dan
cing. Luncheon was served. Those
present were Thelma Thompson, cisie
Fitzgerald, Vivian Linn, Marguerite
James, Helen Shaw, Dagmar Loy, Beu
lah Currier. Helen Currier, Sidney Shaw,
Karl Nerheim, Delmar Lough, Philip
Breen, Leo Deltmann, Ray Krinbring
and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Currier.
One of the most delightful parties
of the season was given Saturday even
ing by Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Peterson in
their charming studio in the Pittock
block, where they received and enter
tained between 50 and 60 of their in
The beauty of the studio was aug
mented by yellow blossoms, potted
plants and the soft glow of shaded
lights. Dancing and cards were among
the forms of entertainment and deli
clous refreshments were served.
Assisting about the rooms were the
Misses Esther Figgins, Minor Isabelle
Xealond and Doris Lake. The hostess,
beautifully gowned in pale blue crepe,
was assisted , in receiving by Miss
Grayce Battee, who looked charming in
soft, shimmering silk of delicate shade
of green. Both wore exquisite Hadley
First prizes at cards were won by
Dr. Beth Northington and Alva Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Altnow en
tertained recently with a birthday eur
prise party in honor of Mrs. M. Ida
Foster at their home on Tenth and
The evening was spent in cards and
music. Mrs. Glenn Foulkes gave
number of vocal selections. The rooms
were decorated with lovely spring bios
eoms. The supper table was set for 12
and the centerpiece was a beautiful
golden French basket of yellow daffo
. dils, ferns and pussy willows, from
which extended yellow streamers. A
feature of the supper table was a huge
white birthday cake with yellow deco
rations, and the candles were lighted
by the honor guest.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
George, St. Helens; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Foulkes. Mrs. M. Ida Foster, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Moore, Percy T. George, Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey A. Altnow.
The Do-Drop-In club met at the home
of Mrs. N. F. Johnson Wednesday even
ing. An entertaining programme was
given by Lina Morris, Geneva Coppin,
Virginia Owens. Lela Kennedy gave a
talk on reconstruction work. Those
present were: Mr.'and Mrs. N. F. John
son, Corporal Gordon Mock, Mrs. L. J,
Pecord, Mrs. Joy Johnson, Hulda Faust
Geneva Coppin, Irma McClaran, Ardath
Greene. Helen Short, Elevera, Dorothy
and Lillian Anderson, Myrtle Jacobson,
Mildred itlingensmith, Metta walker,
Lina Norris, Faith Burke, Marlon Kel
sey, Marie Jensen, Irene Joslen, Ruth
Crittenden, Hanover Robinson. Leta
Kennedy, Virginia Owens and Faye
Last Monday the students of Tmmacu
late academy went on an inspection tou
to the Log Cabin Baking company. All
processes oi Dread making were shown
to the young women. A delightful
luncheon was given by the firm in
their honor, which was greatly enioved
On March 4 the undergraduates of
Immaculata academy entertained th
senior class with a pre-Lenten hard
times party. The afternoon was spent
In dancing. The prizes were awarde
to Miss Montez Crane and Miss Ev
Schneider. Among those present were
Misses Margaret Mims. Eva Schneider,
. Carmen Koyer, Catherine white. Cath
erlne Danaher, Leona Jacques. Marv
ennej Annie) Morgan,- Frances Deli,
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white and Louise Tobin.
Mr. and Mrs. "W. P. Hawley were
hosts for a dinner given Saturday eve
rting for -Mr; and Mrs. Frank Isase. The
affair took place at the Hotel Portland
and the table was fragrant and lovely
in spring flowers and ferns. Covers
were placed for Mr. and Mrs. Nase, Mr.
and Mrs. George Pusey, George Pusey
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Osmund,
Mr. and Mrs. E- A. Chapman, L Doud.
Henry Pusey and the hosts.
Among the distinguished gnests
present at the last meeting of Betsy
Ross Tent No. 1, Daughters of Veter
ans, were J. G Chambers, senior vice-
commander-in-chief, Grand Army of
the Republic; Bertha Drew Gilman, de
partment president of Oregon Woman's
Relief Corps, and E. D. Timras, com
mander of Owen Sommers camp. Sons
of Veterans. A short programme wa
prepared by Mrs. Cora McBride, chair
man of the evening, and light refresh
ments were served. A feature of the
evening was the presentation of a
past president pin to Miss Carolyn
Scherer, the first president of Betsy
Mrs. Carl S. Newman of Helena,
Mont., who is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Stein, of 468 Market
street, entertained in honor of lira.
Paul Snyder, also of Helena, with an
informal party Sunday evening at the
home of her parents. The evening
was spent with cards, dancing, music
and refreshments, and the event was
attended by about 50 guests. The
rooms were gaily decked with stream
ers and novelties in red., white and
Ben Butler "Woman's Relief Corps
No. 61 met in Dawley's hall. Thirty
fourth and Yamhill streets. Thursday.
Four new members were admitted to
the order and one application made.
Several visitors were present.
Mrs. R. L. AldTich. assisted by her
mother, Mrs. Julia Anthony, enter
tained the Past Matrons' club of Came
lia chapter. Order Eastern Star, and
other guests at a delightful luncheon
Tuesday, Mrs. A. H. Trego and Miss
Marion Cole presiding at the table.
During the luncheon the guests were
favored with several solos by Mra. F. A.
Kribs and interpretations by Mrs. Nina
Larowe. A short business session was
held for the purpose of electing offi
cers for the year, after which the aft
ernoon was spent playing cards. The
following officers were elected: Presi
dent, Miss Nellie- McKinley; vice-presi
dent, Mrs. F. A- Van Kirk; secretary
treasurer, Mrs, C. W. Miller.
Members of the club present were:
Mrs. F. A. Watts, Mrs. A. H. Trego,
Mrs. W. S. Cutler, Miss Marion - Cole,
Mrs. F. M. Brooks, Mrs. Mary Martin,
Mrs. E. N. Randall, Mrs. F. A. VanKirk.
Mrs. Charles Pye. Mrs. Olive Cutler,
Miss Nellie McKinley. Mrs. I. T. Mason,
Mrs. W. N. Everett and the hostess.
The next -meeting of the club will be
held April 3 with Mrs. F. M. Brooks,
Fordham apartments, 170 Vista ave
nue, at 2 P. M. '
'At its last regular meeting Utopia
lodge No. 62 entertained the president
of the Rebekah assembly, Mrs. Jeanie
Burke, the occasion being her official
visit to the lodge. The president waa
accompanied by a number of other of
ficers of the grand lodge and Rebekan
assembly. After the initiation of a
class of candidates Mra Burke spoke
very impressively of tho work of the
order, as did also other grand officers.
Mra Burke was presented with a set
of pyrex dishes in silver holders, and
several others of the distinguished vis
itors were presented with beautiful
floral tributes. The serving of dainty
refreshments in the banquet hall closed
a very enjoyable evening.
Members and friends of the. Iowa
society to the number of 150 assembled
at Turner hall last Wednesday night
and enjoyed one of their usual pleasant
monthly meetings. Short addresses by
A. G. Clark and H. L. Ganoe followed
the business meeting. Three little girls
gav a fancy dance, accompanied by
Miss Alice Brown. The rest of the
evening was devoted to cards, dancing;
Oregon Shrine, No. 1, O. W. S. J., will
give a dancing and card party in the
Masonic temple, Monday evening,
March. 31. A number of parties were
given by Oregon Shrine last year, and
the coming party gives promise of be
ing Just as enjoyable as the previous
ones. Arrangements are being made by
Miss Nellie McKinley, Mrs. Caroline
Rogers. Mra Alice Co we 11. Mrs. Elea
nore Feldman, Angus A. Graham, P. Ll
Lerch, Mr. and Mra O. J. Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Mendenhall, Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Hedge and Mr. and Mrs. Julius
A small dinner will be given by Hart
man & Thompson for Oregon bankers
at the Multnomah hotel in the gold
room on Saturday evening.
Winslow Mead Circle. Ladies of Q. A.
R-, will give a card party tomorrow
afternoon at 625 court house, com
mencing at 2 o'clock. 'Prizes to be
Extensive plans have been laid and
are rapidly being formed for a large
dance during the college mid-semester
holidays. To the many college stu
dents who have Just returned from the
army, and Intend to go to college the
next semester, this dance will be both
a welcome home and a farewell, as they
leave Immediately afterward for col
lege. The younger set of Portland are
co-operating with the committee to
make this one of the largest social
affairs of the season. High school stu
dents especially are interested, and
those Intending to go to college will
have an excellent opportunity of meet
ing their future associates. The dance
will be given about the latter part of
. this month.
The Illinois State society will meet
Tuesday evening in the assembly room
of the Portland hotel. All members
are urged to be present, as the meeting
will be an important one. Election of
officers will be held for the year. A
splendid programme has been arranged
by Mrs. Henning Carlson. Mr. Richard
Robertson, tenor; Mies Estelle Modlin,
pianist, and J. D. Walsh, reader, will
contribute numbers. Following the pro
gramma cards and dancing will be en-
Joyed. All former Illinoisians and
friends are invited to be present.
The Wisconsin State society of Ore
gon will hold ins regular monthly meet
ing on Thursday evening at Portland
Turn Verein hall. Thirteenth and Main
stiets. All Badgers and their friends
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are Invited. Chairman West has ar
ranged a good programme to say noth
ing of dancing, cards and refreshments,
which are a part of the evening's en
The cadet team of Arista assembly
are giving a St. Patrick's costume par
ty Saturday evening In their hall at
Myrtle park. .
There will be prizes for the most
original costumes and also best sus
tained characters and a door prize.
The proceeds of the evening are to
be devoted to furnishing a room In
The Women of Rotary wTO entertain
at cards Friday, March 14, from t to 6,
In tho crystal dining room, Benson ho
tel, for the benefit of Women of Rotary
ward at Camp Lewis. Tickets can be
purchased from members or at the
door. Prizes have been donated and
refreshments will be served.
A pretty homo wedding was solem
nized February 18 at the residence of
Charles Lehmann, Hillsdale, when his
daughter. Miss Anna Lehmann, was
given in marriage to Prank W. MIchcL
To the strains of Lohengrin's wedding
march, which was played by Miss Rose
Michel, sister of the brldogroom, the
bridal party entered the living-room.
where Rev. A. E. Wyss read th cere
mony. Tho bride wore a pretty white gown
and veil adorned with orange blossoma
She carried a beautiful shower bouquet
of bride's roses and freesla.
The bride was attended by her sister,
MIks Katie Lehmann, who carried a
bouquet of pink carnations. George
Michel, brother ot tha bridegroom,
acted as best man.
Following tho ceremony a supper
was served, after which tho event nc
was spent in muslo and merrymaking.
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