The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, August 03, 1919, SECTION THREE, Page 3, Image 51

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ity those especially Interested In mis
sions and the young: "candidate" Reed
college associates and the Westmin
ster guild, whose representative she
will be iii Japan.
Many gifts were bestowed on this
and other occasions. These included a
typewriter, with traveling case and !
other appurtenances, from a group of
friends in the church ; a gold wrist
watch from another group, including
Reed women; a camera and a leather
wallet from college classmates, and a
Pendleton blanket from the Westmin
ister guild. At the depot the friends
who gathered showered her with flow
ers, books, pictures and steamer let
ters. Miss Mackenezie is the daughter of
John Mackenzie and sister of Lieuten
ants Aeneas and George F. Mackenzie,
all of this city.
Major and Mrs. Max Sisley of the
Toyal flying corps of Toronto, Canada,
were guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Krausse for luncheon and a
trip on the Columbia river highway.
They left in the evening for Banff
Springs and Lake Louise.
Mrs. E. B. Drew entertained Thurs
day at her home, 1100 Rodney avenue,
with a prettily-appointed luncheon in
honor of Mrs. W, C. Gilbert of Seattle
and Mrs. F. H. La Due of Walla
"Walla. Mrs. Gilbert is the house guest
fDf Mrs. Drew.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hall, who have
been at Mrs. Howe's in Hood River,
returned Friday and will occupy their
home, 7S2 Hoyt street, for the summer.
Halls Lens Lindsley and Lieutenant
Kenneth Hall will arrive early in the
week to spend the summer with the
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Richards enter
tained at their bungalow on St. Helens
boulevard on Thursday evening at an
informal dinner party. Covers were
placed for eight. Miss Vellie Bain,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Bain
f Duluth, Minn., gave several violin
solos. Mr. and Mrs. Bain and daugh
ter are house guests at the Richards
home. W. C. McXaught and wife, Mrs.
Alice M. McNaught and Mrs. S. S. Men-
tfienhall were the other guests.
Mrs. William O. Chase has as her
souse guests Mrs. William G. Clark
and Mrs. Chase's sister, Mrs. Lars Rand,
both of Minneapolis. Mrs. Rand has
her son Jack with her. They came
Thursday and will be with Mrs. Chase
lor a month.
Mrs. Ernest E. Tressler will leave
the first of the week for Victoria, B. C.
Where she will spend a month.
A prettily-appointed luncheon of last
Thursday was that given by Miss Doris
Kellogg at her home in Wasco street.
The honor guest was Miss Helen Addy
a University of Washington girl. Cov
ers were laid for six, including Miss
Addy, Miss Frances Lamberson, Miss
Marian Nicolai, Miss Helen Caples. Miss
Sarah Lamberson and the hostess.
Green and yellow formed the color
scheme in which the house was artistic
ally decorated.
Mrs. Glenn E. Husted gave a delight
ful tea at her Irvington home Friday
in honor of Mrs. George M. Hubach,
The rooms were decorated with sal
mon-pink gladiolas, sweet peas and
ferns. Mrs. Philo Holbrook and Mrs
Gus C. Moser served at the table, as
sisted by the little Misses Dorothy Rice,
Janet Husted and Truth Terry. Mis
Terry and Dorothy Rice entertained
during the afternoon with violin and
piano selections.
Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Hancock celebrate
A Woman's Beauty
Lies in Her Hair
So tal:e care of your hair by
It has proven its worth in bald
ness, falling hair, dandruff, etc.
Write or call.
Ekdee Company
800 Union Avenue North
AVoodlawn 1365
their 25th wedding anniversary July
26 at their home, 205 Emerson avenue.
Twenty-five guests were present. Sup
per was served. The evening was de
lightfully passed with music and cards.
Nearly one hundred women met at
the home of Mrs. O. P. M. 'Jamison on
Wednesday afternoon. Miss Carrie
Millspaugh. district missionary for the
Pacific coast, presided. A paper was
read by Mrs. Jamison on "Christian
Americanization and Suggestive Plans."
Mr. Easter, clerk of the circuit court.
save a lecture on "Patriotism." A
ocial hour followed, with refreshments
on the veranda screened in by golden-
rod and silver maple.
Miss Cornelia Glass of Seattle was
the house guest the past week of Miss
Frances Stiles. Miss Glass is Pi Beta
Phi and a Theta Sigma Phi from the
University of Washington. Miss Stiles
ntertained for her guest with an in
formal tea Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Edith Beyer and her mother.
Mrs. I. H. Beyer, who have been at
Seaside for a fortnight, have returned.
Miss Beyer was the honor guest at a
party Saturday afternoon, July 26, for
which the hostess was Mrs. L. H. Ed
wards of the Oregon conservatory of
music assisted by Mrs. H. P. Sneed,
Mrs. C. M. Stout, Mrs. R. C Danford,
Mrs. Fred Fisher, Mrs. T. Kevin, Mrs.
M. Nelson, Miss Mildred Nelson and
Miss Torie Hegele. About 30 of the
younger set of the conservatory were
present. Miss Beyer's wedding to J. B.
Junkin of Astoria will be an event of
this month.
Mrs. Leonard Brooks entertained at
her country home at Oswego Tuesday
afternoon with an outdoor musicaie for
members of her bridge club. More
than 60 matrons motored out for the
tea hour. Assisting Mrs. Brooks among
the gardens and in serving were Mise
Mary Burrell, Miss Kathleen Hall and
Miss Jean Hoffman. Mrs. Howard Pur.
year (Virginia Steel) and wife of Majot
Puryear, who are visitors in the city.
sang a group of solos, with Miss Dor
othy Cox at the piano. Mrs. Puryear's
wedding was a recent event in Los An.
geies, where she has studied voice. She
also has studied In New York City.
A great surprise to their many friends
is the. news of the wedding of Miss
Lettie Lee Tifft and Charles George
Mills yesterday at noon in Trinity
Episcopal church. Rev. A. A. Morri
son officiated. The ceremony was a
simple affair, only a few close friends
and relatives being present. The bride
was charming in a navy blue tricolette
suit with tailored Iuvetyn hat to
match. Following the ceremony a wed
ding breakfast was served at the Mult
nomah hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Mills left immediately
for a tour through southern Oregon to
San Francisco. They will be home to
their friends after September 1 at the
Campbell hotel.
Miss Carolyn S. Simon, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan D. Simon of 690
Flanders street, has gone to California
to spend August with Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Goldsmith of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. McLeod and Mrs.
M. H. Lamond motored to Tacoma Mon
day. They will visit Seattle and Para
dise valley, returning in about ten days.
An announcement of an engagement
which came as a. surprise to their
friends was that of Miss Mildred French
and Edwin Wright. The news was told
Saturday, June 26, at a luncheon for
which Miss Mildred Catton was hostess.
honoring her sister. Miss Helen Catton,
bride-elect of Dr. Howard Gilbert. Both
Miss French and Mr. Wright are former
students of Oregon Agricultural col
lege, where Miss French was a member
of Chi Omega sorority. She is the
grand-daughter of Mrs. E. H. Allen and
is a graduate of the Washington high
school. Mr. Wright is a Lincoln high
school graduate. .No date has been set
for the wedding, but it will be in the
early fall. At Miss Catton's luncheon
covers were placed for Miss French,
Miss Dorothea Koerber, Miss Mary
Holmes, Miss Nancy Gavin. Miss Edith
Mihnos, Miss Naomi Beckwith. Miss
Bess Walsh, Miss Lucille Resing, Mrs.
H. B. Catton, Miss Helen Catton and the
Favored Fashions For Fall
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Mr. Morgan, our buyer, wrote to us so enthusiastically from New YorK
about the new fall models he was sending, that we were just a little
doubtful whether they would equal his glowing descriptions. However,
after unpacking a few of the lovely suits, coats and dresses that are com
ing in daily, we find that mere words connot do them justice. The mate
rials are new and interesting, the modes delightfully feminine a welcome
relief from the mannish styles of previous seasons.
.Advance Modes in Suits. Coats. Dresses and Hats
will be on display for the first time, Monday, August 4. Portland and
visitors for Buyers' Week are cordially invited to see them.
Belted styles predominate, some in Russian Blouse effect. Buttons
play an interesting; part elaborate designs in braiding, handsome
collars of nutria, squirrel or opossum, decorative vests in contrast
ing color, ornament the dressier models.
Poiret Twill, Serge, Tricotine, Velour, plain and checked, are repre
sented. Two new materials, TINSELTONE and PLUMETTE, will
be sure to meet with the approval of the chic woman. Linings are
.unusually handsome. Brown is the. leading color, with the ever
popular navy blue next. S35 to S125
Roomy wraps with loosely-cut raglan sleeves and huge snuggly collars of fur or cloth
Fabrics heavy yet supple the new Tinseltone
They are shown in brown, gray, blue, green and
S25 to S165
that keep away the sharp winds.
and Plumette, Bolivia, Silvertone.
tweed mixtures.
Comprehensive assortment of early fall tailleurs in serge, tricotine
and velour. Not the ordinary tailored street dress, but wonder
fully attractive creations in peplum or straight-line effects, with
cord or string girdles. Beading and braiding is used to advantage
on many. S17.50 to 75
Fresh from the exclusive New York designer, they are the embodi
ment of the latest style tendencies. Shapes are captivating, mate
rials are delightfully varied, ostrich is used extensively as
trimming. Street hats, dress hats, plain or elaborate, in styles
to suit the individuality of milady.
Our Mr. Kerble, -who has just returned
from ,a buying trip to New York,
is justly proud of the unusually fine
array of hats he is showing. Our
entire millinery section on the majn
floor is devoted to these new arri
vals. May we not have the pleasure
of showing them to you ?
Mrs. James L. Gardner, who has been
visiting her parents. Rev. and Mrs.
Joshua Stansfleld, was called east Fri
day upon telegraphic message from her
husband, who had Just arrived in this
country from overseas work In connec
tion with the Y. M. C. A.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker have an
nounced the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Claire Baker, to Robert
E. Mullen of this city. Mr. Mullen re
cently returned from service in France.
Miss Baker is popular socially and is a
member of the membership committee
of the women's advertising club. The
club entertained in her honor with a
theater party at the Alcazar Tuesday
evening. The wedding date has not
been definitely set, -but it will probably
be the first week in September.
Miss Pauline Alderman, daughter of
Mrs. Edith M. Alderman, who has been
at the University of California summer
school at Berkeley, will leave San
Francisco for Portland August 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Joplin will
celebrate their golden wedding anni
versary with a reception on Monday
afternoon between the hours of 3:30
and 5 o'clock. An invitation is ex
tended to all friends of the couple to
call during the afternoon.
Comnllmentlng Mr. and Mrs. Robur
S. Hughson, who have recently re
turned from the east, Mrs. Hughson's
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
McMonies, entertained with a dancing
party Saturday night. July 26, at their
new home. East Thirty-nrst and Han
cock streets. About 40 guests were
asked in to greet the young couple. Mr.
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Fall Material and Styles for SUITS and
COATS Are Arriving Daily.
447 Alder, Bet. 12th and 13th.
TUE L PICS' TAi:.UK, 'I'eath St.
August Fur
at a
Real Fur Store
The Hudson Bay August Sale is a Real Sale real reduc
tions from our regular prices not discounts on what
Furs will sell for in September.
Buy Furs From a Reliable
Store THat Knows Furs
From the Raw Fur to the Punished Garment we person
ally superintend the handling- and modeling with the
result that you may select any piece in our stock with
the surety of its perfection.
Select your fur SCARF. COAT, CAPE or
DOLMAN now and save on the richest and best
made furs obtainable. A small deposit will hold the
fur of your choice until convenient for you to make
the purchase.
Hudson Bay Fur Co.
Leading Exclusive Furrier
355 Alder.
Cor. Park,
355 Alder,
Cor. Park,
An Exclusive Shop for Women's Wear.
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This is the culmination of a carefully planned event, revealing an
explanation of one of the most extensive and most beautiful ar
rays of New Tricolette Dresses to be found anywhere at this time.
This opportunity will enable every woman and miss who enjoys
the consciousness of being "in
vogue" to achieve this desire at
an expenditure even less than her
most cherished ideas of modera
tion dictate.
$59.50 to $75
Dresses at
dresses m " y
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for Women and Blisses
specially priced at
$59.50 to $75
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