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THE SUNDAY OliEGONIAN, PORTLAND. JUNE 15, 1910.
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Butterf ield, Misses Laura and Mabel
Mrs. Barnes is one of the most popu
lar young maids In Portland, and ehe is
a musician of distinction. She was
chosen from 20 candidates as accom
panist for the Trebel Clef club of the
Tjnlversity of California to play during
the exposition in Sao Francisco. She
also Is very prominent in women's ac
tivities in Portland, having taken part
In all war work of the past two years.
Mr. Barnes is a son of E. I Barnes,
president of the Barnes-Llndsley Manu
facturing company. Maurice Barnes is
secretary of the corporation. He spent
his early school days in this city and
later attended college in Michigan. He
recently was discharged from service
In the spruce production division. Both
Mr. Barnes and bis young: bride have
been extensively and charmingly enter
tained during the past few weeks, since
the announcement of their engagement
An event that Is being anticipated
with a great deal of pleasure by society
and devotees of vocal music is the final
students' recital to be given by Mrs.
Rose Coarsen Keed at the Multnomah
hotel on Tuesday evening. June 21. The
ballroom will be used for the event,
and Mrs. Reed will present four singers.
Invitations for the affair soon will
' be out.
Mrs. Frederick Wilson was hostess
for one of the most attractive teas of
the week. The event was given In
honor of her house guest, Mrs. C. H.
Beddome of Seattle, on Tuesday at the
"Wilson residence In Westover rdad, and
the guest list numbered more than 150
matrons and maids. The drawing room
was aglow with tall spikes of blue
delphinium, pink snapdragon, pink and
lavender canterbury bells, and other
pretty garden flowers. A broad basket
of the garden blossoms In pastel tones
decked the tea table and similar bios
soms were effectively arranged about
the dining room.
Presiding at the urns and serving
ices were Mrs. George T. Gerlinger, Mrs.
William lviiox, Mrs. John If. Coghlan,
Mrs. Anna W. Smith, Mrs. C. J. Smith
Miss Ella Stephens. Mrs. John Francis
Ualy and Mrs. Frank E. JJooly.
The charming hostess was further as
sisted in receiving her guests by Mrs
W. F. Wiggins. Miss Mary Margaret
Daly received the guests at the door,
Mrs. Beddome also was the honor
guest for a dinner and dance at the
Waverley Country club Friday night
for which Mr. and Mrs. V ilsoa were
hosts, also the luncheon presided over
by Mrs. John Francis Daly on Wednes
day at the Portland hotel. Motor trips,
Informal dinners and luncheons are
making a gala programme for the visi
tor's sojourn in Portland.
One of the most Interesting as well
as the largest affairs of the week wa
the lecture and tea arranged at th
Little theater by Mrs. George T. Ger
linger Monday, to which about 300
Portlanders were invited. The prin
cipal events of the afternoon were
talk by Ur. Bertha Stuarl-Dyment anil
musical nuniLers by David Campbell,
yyr's-T- faZxz JM",
SSS 0 y& c? 77 A&et.
I both of whom recently returned from
overseas. Dr. Stuart-Dyment gave a
talk on The Work of the Red Cross
in France, In which she has been
actively engaged for some months. Mr.
Campbell preceded the lecture wltn
several piano selections, and at the
conclusion of the talk the guests were
invited to the Gerlinger residence,
which is close by the Little theater, for
tea. The rooms were prettily decked
for the occasion with a profusion of
garden flowers, and the tea tables were
presided over by Mrs. William McMas
er, Mrs. Wheelwright, Mrs. William
C Alvord, Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Mrs.
D. P. Thompson. Mrs. Joseph N. Teal,
Mrs. Solomon Hirsch and Mrs. A. E.
Rockey. Assisting about the rooms
were Mesdames J. Sherman O'Gorman,
George Rebec, Harold M. Sawyer, John
Craire Montelth, Joseph B. Bilderback.
C. Edward Grelle, R. L. Donald. Frank
M. Warren Jr., Ralph W. Wilbur, Louis
Gerlinger Jr., Louis Gerlinger, C. E.
Fear, Ray W. Matson, Forrest S. Fish
er, Charles F. Adams, Kelley Rees,
Harry Beal Torrey, F. J. Cobbs, Otis
B. Wight and the Misses Mary Louise
Allen. L. K. Trevett and Genevieve
m m m
Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. C. B.
Marten and Miss Irene Campbell en
tertained at a smart tea honoring Miss
Marguerite Rohse and Miss Marion
Rhode, whose weddings will be events
of this month. The Marten's country
home at Evergreen was attractively
decorated with lupin and pink roses.
Misses Frances Geil and Nina Great-
house delightfully entertained the
guests with readings. Those assisting
in serving were Misses Caroline Hol-
man, Ruth Hardie, Catherine Plggott.
Ruth Rockfellow, Estell Ingalls and
Mrs. Lyle Fear.
Miss Jeannette Wiggins and Miss
Frances O'Brien returned early In the
week from a visit of several days at
the latter's cottage In Seaside.
Miss Helen Ball, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Frank I. Ball, entertained with
dancing party Thursday night at her
home on Portland Heights. The house
was decorated throughout with beau
Pretty, Wavy, Curling
Hair Without Hot Iron
Let me tell you of a simple method
which is a favorite of the belies or
certain exclusive social set. I'm sure
you would like to know of it, because
it will srive vour hair such a pretty
curliness and luster and permit you to
do away with the ruinous waving iron
Just get from any druggist a few
ounces of ordinary liquid silmerine. and
at nignt apply a little witn a clean
tooth brush, drawing this down the full
length of the hair. In the morning you
will have a real surprise, the fascinat
ing, fluffy, wavy effect will appear so
natural, and there win be no greasy,
gummy, streaky or other unpleasant
trace of this harmless liquid. You will
also find this a pplendid dressing for
tne nair. Mona Morrow in Ihe Club
Itlful flowers. A buffet supper was
served later In the evening. The in
vitational list included: Marjorie
Adams, Katherine Chapman, Dorothy
D a n t, Margaret Ewing. Josephine
Estey, Florence Hunt, Minerva Holman,
Betty Kerr, Alice Laughton, Georgiana
Mears, Dorothy Metschan, Frances
Ewing, Eunice ways, Florence Pangle,
Dorothy Rankin, Margaret Rankin,
Catherine Ross, Adelaide Richardson,
May Wallase, Frances Warrens, Cath
arine Wilcox, Margaret McGowan,
Margaret Peterson, Louise Smith, Ruth
Bruere, Geraldine Root, Virginia
Pearson, lone Williams, Paul McCusker,
David Pattullo. Holt Bernl. Charles
Cook, Jason McCune, George Mays,
Leland Lowenson, Douglas N 1 c o I,
Harold King, Ted Steffen, William
Hawkins, Jason McCune, Kenneth
Warrens, John Boyd, Lawrence Jones,
Fred Martin, Harold Lane, Harold
Overmire, Robert Hadley and Cadets
Morton Robinson, George Robinson,
Bert Ha.tbaway, Dick Ball. Wilbur
Haines, Harold Dagg and Jerry George.
Miss Helen Wheeler, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. N. Wheeler, of 554 East
Forty-sixth street North, will become
the bride of Thomas Clark Van Orsdel,
Wednesday evening at the Rose City
Park Methodist church. A reception
will follow at the home of the bride's
parents. Dr. Lester Fields will offici
ate, and the bride will be attended by
Miss Irene Strowbridge and little Betty
Bamford. O. R. Jonasen will be best
Miss Mamie Helen Flynn and her
brother, James Flynn, have been en
tertaining over the week-end Mr. and
Mrs. John Randall Flynn of Walla
Walla and their four children and
nurse. Mr. Flynn will return this week
to Walla Walla, and his family will
go to Newport for the summer months.
A dance will be given by -the Delta
Gamma girls of the University of Ore
gon at the Portland Heights club on
Thursday evening. All Deltas in the
city will be included In the guest list.
Interest In the commencement exer
cises of St. Helen's Hall this week was
heightened by the fact that the 50th
anniversary of the establishment of the
school was observed.
Bishop W. T. Sumner preached the
baccalaureate sermon at St. Stephen's
pro-cathedral Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. Musical and French plays were
presented Monday .afternoon at 3
o'clock. Then Thursday evening at 8
o'clock there was a pageant in the pa
vilion of the school depicting the half
century history of the school since its
establishment by Bishop Morris in 1869
The pageant had been outlined by Miss
Eleanor Grace Clark of the English de
partment and most of the lines had
been written by the senior girls. Jo
seph N. Teal delivered an address.
largely of an historical character. On
Wednesday afternoon the children gave
an entertainment at 3 o'clock.
The commencement was held at St.
Stephen's pro-cathedral Thursday even-
lng with a service beginning at I
The graduates were: Misses Mary
Greenlee, Lucille Hutton, Barendena
Gardener. Margaret Johnston, Mary
Helen Spauldlng of Portland; Faith
Newton of Wallace, Idaho, and Ella
Deerlng, San Francisco.
The annual inter-parochial picnic of
the Episcopal Sunday schools in Port
land was held Tuesday at Peninsula
park. Hundreds of children, with their
teachers and parents, were present. A
programme of athletic sports and con
tests was arranged for, all being unde
tho direction of the board of religious
Prominent society and professional
women of the city are greatly Inter
ested In the cycle of songs and dances
to be presented Thursday evening at
346 Washington Street
8:30 In the ballroom of the Hotel Mult
nomah by Miss Rozika Reingold, pre
mier danseuse, and Miss Anita Elolse
Hall, eoloratura soprano, assisted by
Emily Williams, juvenllo dancer, and
an orchestra directed by Mischa Pels.
The entire proceeds will go to the wom
en s overseas hospital fund of the Medi
cal Women's National association, for
which Dr. Mae Cardwell Is chairman for
Portland. Special interest attaches to
the work of the women's hospitals in
France and Serbia on account of two of
Portland's prominent women physi
cians. Dr. Mary McLaughlin and Dr.
Mary Evans, being members of this
unit of overseas workers and both hav
ing been cited for notable service. A
fund of $250,000 is being raised In
America to purchase and equip motor
hospitals for Serbia and of this sum
Oregon is asked to raise $2500. The
tickets for the entertainment, which
are $1, are on sale at the Sherman-
Patronesses for the affair are: Dr.
Bertha Stewart. Dr. Kitty Gray. Dr.
Maki-Wickstrom, Dr. May L. Barnhart,
Dr. Amelia Zlegler, Dr. Jessie McNevin,
Mrs. Walter Taylor Sumner. Mrs.
Charles E. Curry. Miss Maud Ainswortb,
Mrs. Walter J. Burns, Miss Mabel Ban
some. Mrs. Alice Beftson Beach, Mrs.
Charles F. Berg, Mrs. Ben Selling. Mrs.
E. C. Shevlln, Mrs. Joseph N. Teal. Mrs.
Ralph W. Wilbur, Mrs. Louis Gerlinger,
Mrs. H. C. Wortman, Mrs. William D.
Wheelwright, Mrs. J. Frank Watson,
Mrs. William S. Skene, Mrs. J. J. Rosen
berg, Mrs. Sigmund Lipman, Mrs. Esther
Allen Jobes, Mrs. Helen Ekin Starrett,
Mrs. George F. Wilson, Mrs. W. C. Al
vord, Mr J. Joseph Shemanskl, Mrs. Ben
jamin Rubin, Mrs. Sigmund Frank. Mrs.
Christopher D. Bruun, Mrs. Walter F.
Burrell. Mrs. F. O. Downing, Mrs. John
A. Keating. Mrs. Fletcher Linn, Mrs.
J. P. O'Brien. Mrs, Robert G. Dleck,
Mrs. C. Lewis Mead, Mrs. J. D. Farrell.
Mrs. David T. Honey man, Mrs. William
MacMaster. v '
An attractive event of Monday was
the luncheon given at the University
club by the Oregon Equal Suffrage
alliance. Mrs. Kelly Rees. president.
Dr. Harry Huntington Powers. Mrs. C.
E. Curry and Mrs. Harry Beal Torrey
were speakers. Seated at the officers
table were Mrs. Torrey, Mrs. Rees, Mrs.
Sarah Evans. Mrs. Frederick Eggert,
Mrs. John Keating, Mrs. Harold Saw
yer, Mrs. C. E. Curry, Mrs. Solomon
Hirsch and Mrs. Elliott Corbett. The
tables were adorned with choice roses.
The musical programme was an ar
tistic treat provided by Miss Mamie
Helen Flynn. pianist and Mrs. Vivian
Eugene Moore, soloist.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Frank have
leased the home of Dr. Paul Trullinger
at Riverside for the summer months.
They moved out there yesterday.
Week-end visitors at Arrah Wanna
Mln Nellie Btowell. Charles R. Kelly. Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Jacobsen. Mr. and Mrs. Con'
way, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mautx. Mis Belli
E. Beck, MlM France Rochl, Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Simon, Mis Simon, Mis Sonnenfeld,
Mr. and Mr. A. R. Porter. Miss Marc&re
Porter, Miss Edna Tllton. Mis Marguerite
Tilton. van Rensselaer Sternberrh, E. V.
Hansen Jr Miss Mary Wesuwer, Fred
Terold, Mrs. J. Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs.
w. AI. Kaiser, Major and Mrs. Hansen, Cap
tain and Mrs. Hansen, W. P. Barrett, Mr.
nd Mr. F. C. Sttttler. Mr. and Mr. H.
B. Ctark. Mr. and Mr. C. H. Fox, Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Asher, Mrs. Amy Asher, S. Ben
on. A. A. Rosenthal, Mr. and Mr. J. H.
Graham. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Berry man. Mr.
G. Jesse and son, Mr.f and Mr. J. w. Swee
ney, Miss Anna Nelcken. Mis Flo Bollam,
Ails tuuen, Ernest valen.
Miss Dorothy Hall of Underwood.
who is the house guest of Miss Eliza
th Goddard, entertained early In the
week at a theater party, followed by
ea at the Cat n Fiddle. The young
hostess took her friends f'rst to see
Ruth St. Denis at Pantages. Those In
the party were Miss Hannah Laidlaw,
iilss Elizabeth Goddard, Miss Eunice
Mays, Miss Anne O'Reilly, Miss Sollel
Green of Sunnyside, Wash.: Mrs. Edwi
Mays, Mrs. E. C. Goddard and Miss Hall.
The Daughters of the Covenant gave
an elaborate luncheon Monday In the
crystal room of the Benson hotel.
Covers were laid for 75 members of th
organization. Bridge and "600" were
the diversions after luncheon. Mrs.
Mischa Pelz delighted all with her
solos. Miss Ida May Cook accompaniei
the singer. Mrs. Nathan Welnstein was
in charge of the arrangements for the
About 250 of the younger set enloved
tne oance mat concluded the com
mencement exercises at Hill Military
academy Wednesday evening. The
graduates honored were Donald F. Aus
tin of Pasco, Philip Boyd of Spokane,
f rank J?nese or Snohomish, George
Daughtrey of Portland, Donald Misz of
Forest Grove. Francis Pendleton of Ev
erett, Bronson Tolman of Red Lodge
Mont.. Alexander Berger of Kiana,
Alaska, ana Wilbur Haines of Dia
Sharing the honors were the newly
appointed officers of the cadet corps
and the honor students of the high
school, intermediate and primary de
Mrs. Jennie E. Burn ham entertained
a number of teachers at a card party
Saturday. The artistic little home of
Mrs. Burnham and the delightful enter
taining called forth much praise from
the assembled guests.
ALBANY, Or. June 14. (Special.)
Rose petals were substituted for rice
in showering some departing newly-
weds here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
H. Slate, who were married Tuesday
evening, were leaving for Norfolk, Va-.
where Mr. Slate is stationed in the na
val aviation service.
When rice was being collected for
the time-honored shower at the depot,
Charles C. Curry, a brother of the bride,
who was Miss Emmadene Curry, grad
uate from Albany bigh school in the
class of 1919, suggested that, since this
is rose time in. Oregon, rose petals be
The Monday Bridge club entertained
with a surprise party Friday, June 6,
at the summer home of Mrs. M. L. Kline
for Mrs. T. F. Baylis, who is leaving
Portland about July 1 for Spokane,
where she Intends Joining Mr. Baylis
and residing permanently. Bridge was
played and prizes won by Mrs. T. F.
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