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JULY 11, 1920
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elect, also for girls home from college
and for others who are planning trips
abroad and to the east.
Miss Ellyn Anne Newbejrin told of
her engagement to Ernest Wyland
Crichton at a luncheon at Forest hall
on Wednesday. The bride-elect is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Newbegin and a granddaughter of the
late R. M. Wade. Mr. Crichton la the
son of Mrs. Anna Crichton and a
brother of Mrs. James Ambrose. At
the luncheon covers were placed for
Mrs. Charles Neighbors, Mrs. Hans
Lemcke, Mrs. G. C. Kelleher, Mrs.
Robert Graham, Mrs. Flthian, Mrs.
Charles T. Prehn, Mrs. Ambrose, Mrs.
Edward Valentine, Mrs. James T.
Johnson, Mrs. Brooks Haworth. Mrs.
Edward Newbegin, Mrs. L. G. Fattee,
Mrs. Crichton, Miss Jean Buswell.
Miss Louise Corbln, Miss Jeanette
Wiggins and Miss Marjorie Fattee.
Miss Anna Munly and Vance
Ferguson were married on Wednes
day at a - quiet ceremony at Holy
Rosary church. The bride is the
daughter of Judge and Mrs. M. G.
Another event of Wednesday was
the announcement of the engagement
ot Mistf Joan Rosendale and George
Jehlinger, the news being told at
ea given for Miss Miriam Ehrllclc of
Miss Genevieve Thompson enter-
ained on Monday at a motor party
and picnic for Mrs. W. G. Houghwout
(Marian Brodie) who is visiting here
arrived and on Saturday the Freder
Entertaining: for charming visitors t ick Pratts and their children came
THE BEAUTY of . the outdoors,
the loveliness of a summer day
spent among blooming flowers,
green ferns, splashing, dashing
streams and waterfalls and the shade
of the great evergreen trees of Ore
gon is appealing more and more to
society. Country homes are being
enjoyed, end appreciated to a greater
degree each season and motor trips
with picnic luncheons and suppers are
forming a place of popularity in the
smart set schedule of entertaining.
There are beautiful places along the
Willamette river, 1n the Hood river
alley, -near the Columbia river and'1
In many parts of the state. For
those who possess such a home the
hottest day has no unpleasant fea
tures. The garden bordered by blooming
hedges of roses and with tall fir or
pine trees screening it from the rays
of the sun and yet allowing just
enough of the radiance to filter
through Is an ideal spot for a lunch
son, aftermoon tea, a supper or a
wedding ceremony. Mrs. Henry Ladd
Corbett's garden at Rivera proved a
delightful setting for the Corbetts'
party on Wednesday when there was
entertained a number of the younger
set in compliment to Miss Rockefeller
end the Herbert Platts. The highway
drive, the luncheon at Mount Hood
lodge, Parkdale, the supper at For
est hall, afforded entertainment for
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Montague have
a fairyland garden at their country
place where the marriage of Miss
Margaret Montague, their niece, will
be solemnised next Saturday after
noon. Mrs. J. W. Fowler entertained on
Thursday for Miss Montague. A
luncheon, with pink and cream col
ored sweet fjsaa as nosegay place
favors and with a centerpiece of the
same flowers adorning the table, was
the entertainment. Covers were ar
ranged for Mrs. S. S.. Montague, Miss
Montague, Miss Cartl Montague, Mrs.
Hicks .ten ton. Miss Florence Flynn,
Mrs. Frederick Kiehle, Miss Elizabeth
Boyd, Miss Adele Dyott, Miss Marie
Howell, Miss Genevieve Howell and a
Mrs. Hicks Fenton was hostess
yesterday at Forrest hall at a lunch
eon for the bride-elect.
An attractive visitor from Denver
Is Miss Isabelle Nichols, who is the
guest of Miss Mabel Lawrence. Mrs,
Will Lawrence entertained on Friday
at luncheon for Miss Nichols, with
the following additional guests: Miss
Lois Nitchy, Miss Jane O'Reilly, Miss
Elizabeth Peacock, Mrs. . Edward
Thompson, Miss Mabel Lawrence and
Miss Jean Skene. .
several engagements were an
nounced this last week and there was
considerable entertaining for brides-
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was the official duty and pleasure of
several of Portland s society matrons
during the past week. On Monday the
entertaining took the form of country
outings, motor trips and highway
On Tuesday Mrs. Alfred A. Hamp-
son was hostess at a bridge luncheon
at the University club, honoring her
guests. Miss Wlnnlfred Dollar-hide of
Napa, Cal, and Miss Miriam William
son, another charming CalifOrnian,
whose home is in Vallejo. Invited
for the occasion were Mrs. Victor
Johnson, Mrs. George McPherson,
Mrs. E. L. Devereaux, Mrs. Donald
Green, Mrs. Mary Scarborough, Mrs.
Frank Branch Riley, Mrs. C. Edward
Grelle, Mrs. John Latta, Mrs. George
Brown, Mrs. George Wentworth, Miss
Dollar-hide, Miss Williamson, ' Miss
Anna Hitchcock and Miss Helen
Portland society had an opportunity
to extend hospitalities during the
past week to representatives of prom
inent New York families. Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert A. Pratt, who were at the
head of the party of distinguished
visitors, arrived on Wednesday with
Miss isabelle Rockefeller, the MiBses
Harriet and Florence Pratt, Herbert
A. Pratt Jr.. F. R. Pratt. William
Hester Jr and Miss Baird. Mrs.
Henry Ladd Corbett gave a garden
supper and dance for the visitors on
Wednesday evening and the next day
they were taken on the highway trip
to Mount Hood lodge and had dinner
I on the return trip at Forrest hall.
On Friday the John D. Rockefellers
and were entertained by Mrs. Helen
Ladd Corbett. '
it was Interesting to meet Miss
Rockefeller 'and the Misses Pratt, all
of whom are charming and who
seemed delighted with the west. Mrs.
Frederick Pratt, formerly was Miss
Caroline Ladd. She is Mrs. Helen Ladd
Mrs. Cyrus A- Dolph and her daugh
ter, Mrs. Edward Clark III, are visit
ing William Dolph at his country
place near Newberg, while Edward
Clark, with some of the officials of
the Portland Railway, Light & Power
company, is on a trip to the Cascade
Mrs. Helen Ladd Corbett has-Invited
few friends to tea on Monday to
meet her sister, Mrs. Frederick Pratt.
Mrs. Arthur M. Sherwood will en
tertain at tea on Wednesday for her
mother-in-law, Mrs. A. M. Sherwood.
Interest in the tennis tournament at
Irvlngton club will hold the attention
of- many society folk this week. Mrs.
Joseph P. Mulder is general chairman
for the social affairs at the clubhouse
and there will be a tea served each
afternoon with an attractive hostess
and some pretty girls assisting. Mrs. ,
Charles Chamberlain is hostess for ',
the week, and for the various days
the following clubs, represented by
chairmen as noted, will be in charge:
Monday, Portland Heights, Mrs. Ho
mer D. Angell; Tuesday, Laurelhurst,
Mrs. N. R. Jacobson; Wednesday, Ala
meda, Mrs. J. Weston Hall; Thursday,
Waverley Country club. Mrs. F. A.
Nitchy; Friday, Multnomah, Mrs. Wil
son Clark; Saturday, Irvlngton club,
Mrs. Everett Johnson and Miss Sara
Patrick. Committees appointed in
clude: Luncheon for visiting players,
Mrs. W. I. Northrup; grounds. Miss
'Agnes McBrlde; house, Mrs. Walter
Goss: dance, Mrs. J. P. Mulder. The
dance will be the last night, when the
trophies will be awarded.
Bishop Walter Taylor Sumner and
Mrs. Sumner have left for a visit with
Mrs. Sumner's mother In Michigan.
The bishop will also be in Chicago,
Philadelphia and New York. During
their absence. Professor and Mrs. J.
Stanley Brode of Whitman college
will be staying at Bishoperoft.
Mrs. Robert F. Randolph, assisted
by Mrs. J. A. Thomas of New York
gave a delightful picnic supper at Ar
dencraig. Grants Pass, the evening of
July 4. The house and tables were
effectively decorated .with the na
tional colors and Shasta daisies. The
soft light from many gaily colored
Japanese lanterns made a fairyland
of the grounds. Little Miss Betty
Randolph's spirited rendition of "Free
dom's Flag" added greatly to" the
pleasure of the evening.
Among the guests present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Livingston and
Miss Gene Livingston, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank W. Streets. Mr. and Mrs. Rus
sell Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A.
Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Coutant,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Scovell, Miss Cora
Barthlomew, Mrs. Josephine Lisher of
Portland, Mrs. Benjamin Coutant of
Detroit. Mich.; Mrs. Louise Whitney
and Miss Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Cros
by, Robert F. Randolph and the
Misses Tbeodate and Betty Randolph.
Miss Anna Munly and Vance T.
Ferguson were married Wednesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Holy
Rosary church. Rev. E. B. Kenny of
ficiating. The bride is the daughter
of Judge A- G. Munly and Mrs. Munly
of this city and Mr. Ferguson is the
son of Mrs. E. Z. Ferguson. The
young couple will make their home in
Astoria, where Mr. Ferguson is in the
lumber business. The bride is socially
popular and both Mr. and Mrs. Fer
guson are members of prominent and
old families of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrence Jr.,
and family, spent the early part of
the week at their country place. Pine
Cone Lodge, at Hood River.
Mrs. John F. Logan and daughter.
Miss Dorothy Logan, who have been
in San Francisco for some time, will
visit the Yosemite valley before re
turning to Portland. The trip into
the valley will be made as an oppor
tunity for sightseeing and an outing
for Miss Dorothy's health. Mr. Loan
returned from California during the
Mr. and Mrs.. Drake C. O'Reilly are
at Paul Smith's? a resort in New York
state, and plan to be in Portland in
the late summer or early fall.
Mrs. Edgar B. Piper, who went to
San Francisco for a visit, returned
during the last week.
A number of Portland girls are in
terested in 'the attraeUve "Camp
Willapa" that will be directed by
Miss Dorothy Elliott of Reed college.
It Is interesting to note that Florence
Fowler and Ann Shepard. two quite
young girls, and two who are pos
sessed of unusual poise, will be
among the associate instructors.
One of the largest outdoor per
formances ever staged in Portlsnd at
a private house will be given Tues
day after oon. July 27, In the garden
of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wortman. 245
Vlsta avenue. The affair will be an
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