The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, July 11, 1920, SECTION THREE, Page 4, Image 44

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of officers for the coming season was
held. Mrs. R. H. Torrey was chosen
president; Mrs., Sidney Rassmussen
vice-president; Mrs. D. C. Bogart sec
retary and treasurer; Mrs. F Jackson
Youney pianist.
Mrs. D. La. Blodgrett entertained- the
following: Friday at a luncheon, after
which- followed an Interesting: musical
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Elyrla., O. About 60 guests called.
Mrs. Charles E. Gray and Mrs.. W. J.
heehy poured. Arvllla Gray re
ceived at the door. Larkspur and
marigolds formed a bright, colorful
decoration In the dining room and
roses adorned the living room. Miss
Archambeau and her guest will motor
this week to Seattle and Rainier Na
tional park.
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Rev. and Mrs. H. L- Bowman ar
rived from Chicago on Friday and
went immediately to the Portland
hotel. They were met at the depot
by the trustees and their wives, who
formed a-reception committee repre
senting the First Presbyterian church.
Mr. Bowman is the new pastor.
Mrs. "Warren E. MeCord and her
daughter, Mrs. Lyman Powell of Su
perior, Wis., left during the week
lor a short visit at the beach.
Mies May Ross entertained Thurs
day with a picnic outing in Laurel
hurst park In honor of her young
nieces and nephews, Alice May, Doro
thy Jane and Henry Cleve Ross Jr.,
who. with their mother, Mrs. Henry
Cleve Ross, will spend the summer
here. The Ross family came from
Boise and have many friends in Port
land. The children made a charm
ing picture In their summer frocks
and suits and enjoyed the dainty
luncheon and the frolic on the green
lawn. Following were those who at
tended the gathering:
Alice May, Dorothy Jane and Henry
Cleve Ross Jr., Junior Nelson, Vir
ginia Nelson, Billle and Barbara
Fliedner. Billie Wheeler. Willie John
son, Barbara Bowlby, Elizabeth Tur
ner, Willa and Jack Hull. Wallace
Atkinson, George and Mary Louise
Marr, Mrs. A. Beuke, Mrs. Turner,
Mrs. Bowlby, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Fleid
ner, Mrs. Henry Roes, -Mrs. Henry
Cleve Ross of Boise, Idaho, and the
Mrs. Beuke Is a -visitor from New
ark, N. J., who Is being entertained
Mr. .and: Mrs. W. B. Ayer are visit
ing In. Boston.
The members of Eta Alpha chapter
t)t the Chi -Omega- sororjty. oi the
Oregon Agricultural college were i
hostesses at a luncheon Thursday in
the main dining, room of the . Hotel
Portland to honor Miss Florence
Holmes, who is leaving soon' for. a
year's European study in landscape
gardening. Covers were placed for 20
at a table decorated in Dorothy Per
kins roses. . .
Seated at the table were Misses
Florence Holmes, Mary Holmes, Nancy
Gavin, Mary Laura Myers, Hazel
Trouten, Phlna Crawford. Helen Cole.
Hazel Cole, Mary Appleby. Bess
Walsh, Vera Kelly, Eleanor ' .Kinney.
Elizabeth Edwards, Marie Johnston.
Keren Davis,. Jean Kelly, Kate Kelly,
Joan Hogshire, Gladys Auer of'Penn-
sylvanla and Mrs. Edwin Wright.
Mr. and Mrs.' E. A. Van Slcklen arid
daughters of Weiser, Idaho, have
taken 'the A. St. Clair "Gay residence
on Portland Heights for the. summer
and they are entertaining at motor
parties and informal affairs.
Miss Dorothy Green of Piedmont,
home from Berkeley for her vacation,
entertained a number of friends ; at
a dancing party July 3. One of the
features was a group of moonlight
dances on the lawn by Miss Dorothy
F. Bicknase.
The guests included Helen Forbes
cf Hood River, Dorothy F. Bicknase,
Helen Stewart, Margaret Ray. Emily
Akers, Henrietta. Lawrence, Gladys
Crcnkhitc. Cathrine Dokiim, Helen
Slockenboch, Ruth Chambers, Vir
ginia Cash, Editi Strowbridge. Helen
Adams. John Dentler, Harry Stewart,
Kennith warrens. Victor Ridley
Charles Coghlan, Galie Henna, Arthur
Williams. Canfield Beatty, David Fa
ville, Victor Heaningsen, Douglas
Farrell, Jim Allen Skelton, Jack
Crot-sley and H. Browson.
Miss Elizabeth Arata and Miss Ruth
Cummings entertained on Thursday
at the Arata residence in Laurel
hurst for the benefit of All Saints'
church. M'ss Nina Dressier sang. The
party was held In the garden, which
was gay with many Japanese lanterns
that shadowed the electric lights.
Mrs. George Jos ph was hostess for
a luncheon Friday, honoring the mem
bers of the Crescendo club, which is
composed of a group or musical folk
of the city. The color scheme was
carried out in the patriotic colors.
Covers were placed for Mrs. Edward
Hirstel. Mrs. W. H. Smith, Mrs. Bert
E. Haney, Mrs. D. C. Bogart. Mrs. F.
Jackson Touney, Mrs. R, H. Torrey,
Mrs. D. L. Blodgett. Mrs. Maurice
Modsen, Mrs. Glen Foulkes, Mrs. Sid
ney Rassmussen. Mrs. L. E. Cables,
Mrs. Robert F. Clark, Mrs. C. C. Hall
and the hostess.
Following the luncheon an 'election
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Miss Marion Alberta Martin
to Bert Cohen on Friday, July 2. Mrs.
Cohen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Martin, 62,6 Laurel street, Port
land heights.
The ceremony took place at the
cathedral residence,
Campbell officiating.
Munly, a cousin of the bride, was the
bride a only attendant and George
Riley: attended the bridegroom. After
the ceremony an informal reception
was held at the home of the bride's
parents for relatives and close friends
of the bride and bridegroom.
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen are on a honey
moon tour through California. Mr.
Cohen, who is traveling freight and
passenger agent for the Spokane,
Portland & Seattle railway, had )
months' overseas- service as top ser
geant of the 363d ambulance corps,
91st division.
Miss Inez Fatrchild, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis R. Fairchild, was
hostess at a garden tea Saturday
afternoon for a number of her young
friends. Presiding at the tea table
were Miss Edla Wallin and Mrs. J.
Dunning of Spokane, assisted by
Misses Margaret Rankin." Beatrice
Hermanson, Alarjorie Smith. Helen
Illidge and Emily Akers.
Miss Armande G. Wilson and Good
rich O. Hays were married on Tuesday
evening in St. Stephen s Pro-Cathe
dral, Dean K. T. T. Hicks officiating.
The marriage was a beautiful and
Impressive choral ceremony with the
Prc-Cathedral choir singing the ser
vice and processional hymn, "The
Voice That Breathed O'er Eden." Carl
Denton presided at the organ and
played the wedding march. After the
betrothal. Miss Muriel Thomas sang
"Oh Perfect Love." The bride was
given in marriage by her father, T.
G. A..Wilson.
The bride wore a smart white jer
sey suit, with white picture hat and
corsage of white roses and sweet
peas. Miss Claire Wilson, maid of
honor, was attired in French gray
velvet with pink Georgette hat and
she carried pink carnations. The best
man was J. K. Leaverton. The bride
groom is the son of Mrs. Hays and
the late William O. Hays.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Hays are promi
nent in church work. Mr. Hays was
crucifer and acolyte and Mrs. Hays
was a member of the choir for several
years. They will reside in Mill City,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Larimore cele
brated the anniversary of their mar
riage on Monday and in the evening
they entertained with a dinner -party
in the main dining room of the Hotel
Portland. The table had for its cen
terpiece a large basket filled with
ping rosebuds and ferns. Covers were
laid for Mr. and Mrs. M L. Kline,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Richards, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Maclean, Miss Dorothy
Dolton. Miss Maine Hughes of San
Francisco, Edgar Kline, Karl E. Lari
more and the hosts.
Miss Nona Becker entertained
Wednesday with a lunchoen given in
the grill of the Hotel Portland. Cov
ers were placed for 12 at a table
decorated in pink sweet peas.
Mrs. Joseph Shemanskl was hostess
at a dinner Saturday nirht at the
Rev. George Hotel Portland. Covers were olacc-d
Miss Mary for eiirht.
One of the interesting afternoon
teas of the season was given by the
Misses Marian and Margaret Hoban
at their home Saturday arternoon.
Roses and ferns were used about the
rooms and tables. One hundred and
fifty guests called during the after
noon. The news of the engagement of
Miss Virginia Brown to Esper M. Han
sen, was announced on tiny cards pre
sented the guests by little May Ahem.
Presiding over the tea table were
Mrs. Ted Emerson (Madeline Brown),
Mrs. Ned Hysketl. Mrs. Charles Hid
den and Mrs. Burt Granning.
Assisting the hostess were Miss
Katherine Hoban, Mrs. Leland Seufert,
Miss Lucile Abbott, Miss Lillian En
sor and Miss Ruth Doty.
Miss Brown is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. K. R. Brown of Irvington, a
graduate of St. Mary's aeademv. and
a member of the Phi Alpha Kappa
Mr. Hansen is associated with the
Pacific Grain company. San Francisco,
where they will make their home.
Many social affairs have been planned
for the bride-elect.
Invitations have been issued by Mrs.
Ted Emerson (Madeline Brown), hon
oring Miss Virginia Brown, bride
elect, for Saturday, July 24. at the
home of her sister, Mrs. P. J. Ahern,
in Laurelhurst.
Members of the auxiliary of the
Travelers' Protective association are
anticipating the dance to be given by
the auxiliary on the Swj n. Tuesday
evening. July 13. This society did
much during the recent convention
to advertise Portland for its hospi
tality. Their tea in Peninsula park,
their theater parties and other fes
tivities were ably planned. The com-
!e for the includes Mrs.
Frai-k Ftoll. chairman: Mrs. H. W.
Farr!neton. Mrs. Roy slocum, Mrs. A.
F. Burkiiart and Mrs. Charles E.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd N. Averill enter
tained at their beautiful summer
home. "Averhill." with a Fourth of
July house party which began Sat
urday afternoon and terminated Mon
day night. "Averhill" is located high
on the mountain side above Shep
perd's Dell, on the highway, in the
midst of dense green woods where, at
present, millions of wild flowers are
in bloom. From the front porch an
unobstructed view of the Columbia
river for miles In either direction can
be enjoyed. Music, dancing and out-of-dooresports
made enjoyable the
two-days' event. Those in the party
were: Mesdames Pearl Averill, Marie
RorMev, Sadie Wells and Grace E. Hall;
1 Closing Out Entire Stock
H Every Hat
in the Shop
Choice for Three Days Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Hudson Bay Fur Co.
Furs of
147 Broadway
A limited number of
high-grade Suits and
Coats, present value
$85.90, special price $65
J. K. STERN, 447 Alder
.204 FOURTH ST.,
Between Taylor and Salmon
Look for. the, Red Front
Mrs. A. H. Edlefsen of Tiedmont en
tertained most delightfully with a
card party on Thursday evening, an
nouncing the engagement of her
niece. Blanche Ann Edlefsen, to
Samuel H. Graf of Corvallie.
The rooms were very artistically
decorated, the color scheme being
pink. Miss Charlotte Edlefsen. who
was prettily dressed in pink, received
the guests and passed the cards.
A dainty luncheon was served, at
which appropriate place cards an
nounced the engagement.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. P.'H. Edlefsen of 316
South Willamette boulevard. She is
a graduate of St. Mary's academy and
college. Samuel H: Graf is a pro
fessor of mechanics J.nd materials at
Oregon Agricultural college. He is
also consulting industrial engineei
and member of Sigma Tau, an honor
ary fraternity. The wedding will be
an event of August. The following
guests enjoyed Mrs. Edlefsen's hos
pitality: Misses Grace Cole. Marie
and Anna Falb. Esther Guerber. Bes
sie Bowlen. Ethel Hufford, Adele
Guerber, Erma Peterson, Carolyn
By N. M. Ungar.
' When you buy furs. It is well to
invest in them, rather than to specu
late. There's a marked difference be
tween the two.
Whenever a fur piece is greatly un
derpriced, there is a reason for it, and
do not permit the dealer to tell you
that it's because the weather is warm
or because you're a favored customer.
or any such tomfoolery. Find out why!
" Take fox skins, for example. A
legitimate fur dealer may sh-ow you a
fine large muff and throw, made from
fine peltries of unusual size, end
quote you a very fair price on it.
Before you purchase, you remember
that So-and-So. around the corner are
having a heavily advertised sale. You
decide, as is your privilege, to go and
see what they are offering. Fine!
But they are all ready for you and
show you a set at a lower price and
apparently identically the same as you
were looking at in the legitimate
store, but which is really worth only
half as much.
"Sour grapes?" Not so here is the
little darkie in the woodpile.
An unscrupulous furrier can take a
very small fox skin, or most any other
kind of peltry, and expand it to about
twice its size, but Its intrinsic value
does not expand accordingly.
The skin Is laid face downward and
slit many, many times down the wider
part by cuts about half an inch apart
and running parallel to each other
Common sheep skin strips are then cut
and inserted in these slits and sewed
along each edge, making the back
look like a blrdseye view of a freight
yard, although the deception cannot
be detected on the fur side, owing to
the great density of the fur.
When such a piece is made into
muff or throw, the padding and the
lining prevent one from feeling the
many seams inside the skin, but if
you will press the piece hard between
the two hands and rub slowly you
will have .the sensation of passing
your fingers over a silken covered
So, after all, you find that the gen
uine article in the honest man's store
represented true value, while the
"special reduction"' was no reduction
at all but decidedly an inflation.
Use care to shun the animal that
"grows" to twice its size after It is
killed, and beware of the wolf in
sheep s clothing.
fTo Be Continued.)
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