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TIIE SUNDAY. OKEGOMAN1, " PORTLAND, JULY 11, 1920
Metsrs. Floyd N. Averlll, Al Wells.
Ben H. Bodley, Harley L. Hall, Jack
Wells, and Floyd Averill. Jr., and
Misses Barbara Jane Averill and Clare
A large and delightful luncheon
vas given Thursday in the grill of
the Hotel Portland by the publicity
derattment of the Neighbors of
Woodcraft in honor of tho members
of tho committees servinp: for thu
singling: contest and the Rose Fes
tival paride. The honor guests -were
Mrs. C. C. Van Orsdale, J. L. Wright,
Mrs. Anna S. Marilall, Mrs. Carrie V.
Farker and Mra. Mary Hmer. Covers
were placed for 6-) and the um:heoii
T.-as followed liy short speeches given
ty the honor tr;i?sC3 and srand of
ficers. Mrs. Hiner acted as toast
mistrers. A delightful lawn party was griven
by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Asher last Sun
day evening in honor of the confirma
tion of their son Adolph. Dinner was
berved to 40 guests. Among those
present were Rev. R. Abrahamson.
Rev. and Mrs. M. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Asher, Mr. and Mrs. H. Greenberg,
Dr. and Mrs. 1. Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs.
J. Sugarman, Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Weiss. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hoffman. Mr.
and Mrs. M. Barrell. Mr. and Mrs. L.
Fox. Mr. and Mrs. J. . Asher. Mrs.
M. Flowers, H. Goodman, H. Goldman.
J. L. Wright, Misses Selma Hoffman.
Pearl Abrahamson. Anna Greenberg.
Hanita Asher and Adrienne Weiss and
Messrs. Abraham Asher, Arthur Hoff
man, Sol Greenberg, Samuel Green
berg, Jerome Weiss, David Greenberg
and Adolph Asher.
The July dancing party of the O.-W.
R. & N. Employes' club will b3 given
on the bwan the evening or July lb.
The start will be made from the Jef
ferson street dock at 8:30 o'clock
sharp. This will be the first of sev
eral river excursions of the club mem
bers and their friends. In which danc
ing will be featured, but which will
appeal to those who do not care to
dance. The ride is an enjoyable one.
President Koch has made all arrange
ments and the event is being looked
forward to with pleasure. The pa
trons and patronesses are: Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Klippel, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. I.ouns
bury, Mr. and Mrs. William McMur
ray and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spencer.
The following club members will act
its assistants to President Koch: Mrs.
Theresa C. Depue, Frances Gansneder,
Audrae Gentry, Mildred Hebert,
Madeline Hepp, Ana Herman, May
Htnchman. Myrtle Holton, Mrs. N. W.
Kinard. Amy Klum, Bertha Morris,
Catherine Muschalik. Dorothy Smith,
Julia Smith. Marie Tydeman, W. M.
F.rosy. J. F. Gray, L. W. Hobbs, Charles
Hofeldt, George Knepper, Frank
Laukat, C. F. Lincoln. John W.
Magers, CJarence Potter, W. C.
Rankin, K. Robnet and Laurence
Miss Agnes McBride entertained on
Friday with a dinner party at Forest
Hall, for Miss Leota Day of Victoria,
Marguerite Camp, Coterie club, will
hold its next regular meeting at the
home of Mrs. George Randall, 1444
Mallory avenue, Thursday at 10 A. M.
A luncheon will be served at 1 P. M.
All resident and sojourning - Royal
Neighbors and their friends are welcome.
The marriage of Miss Gertrude
Redding and H. A. Waldner took
place in St. Clement's church July 1
Rev. Father Risenmy read the mar-.
riage service in the presence of a few
relatives and intimate friends. Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Chaney attended the
couple. The ceremony was followed
by an informal breakfast -at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Perkapil. The
bride is a popular Portland girl, the
daughter of Mrs. G. Pearson. Mr.
Waldner is a stockman from Du
rango, Colo. He has been in the west
Mr. and Mrs. Waldner motored to
Seaside for a few days and on their
return will go to their stock farm,
where they will make their home.
A pretty wedding was solemnized
last Wednesday evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Berke. when
their daughter, Edna Dorothy, was
married" to John S. Chitwood of Bor
ing, Or. Rev. Thomas F. Murphy,
pastor of the Congregational church
of Portland, officiated. Before the
ceremony Miss Jessie Maulbetsch of
Portland sang "I Love You Truly" and
"O Promise Me," accompanied by Miss
The house was beautifully decorat
ed in pink and white. An arch of
cedar formed the bridal bower, be
neath which the ceremony took place.
The bride wore a gown of white
satin trimmed in pearls' and a tulle
veil In cap effect. She carried a bou
quet of bride's roses.
Miss Hazel Berke, sister of the
bride, was bridesmaid and wore a
gown of nlle green taffeta trimmed 1n
silver lace. Otley Berke. brother of
the bride, was best man. Little Miss
Kckert was flower girl and Robert
Berke was ring-bearer. A reception
followed the ceremony. Among the
out-of-town guests were MIsb Lillian
and Miss Signie Rystrom of St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. Chitwood left later for
a wedding trip. They will reside In
Miss Fay Wright became the bride
of William Kent of Waldport, Or..
Wednesday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Wright, parents of
Rev. William A. Waldo officiated.
The service was read In the presence
of relatives and a few close friends
of the bridal couple.
Fred Hosford was best man and
Miss Alma Wright, sister of the bride,
The wedding march was played by
Miss Edna Prescott, who also accom
panied Mrs. L. Hollenbeck when she
sang "I Love Too Truly" just pre
ceding the wedding.
Following the ceremony light re
freshments were served and later the
young couple left for Waldport, Or.,
where they will make their home.
A charming garden wedding was
solemnized in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Fogg at Dundee on Wednes
day morning, when Miss Ethel Lois
rogg and Harold A. Dimick were
united in marriage, the Rev. J. H. Gil
lespie officiating. Helen Peck served
as the dainty ring-bearer. The bride
groom Is the son of Mrs. Sadie Dimick
of Aurora. For the wedding the Wil
lamette university quartet sang sev
eral selections. Among those who at
tended the ceremony and the recep
tion and luncheon were L. C. Peck and
family of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Ed-'
ward Fogg and family of Oretown,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fogg of Ore-
town, Raymond Dimick of Aurora. R.
A. Wright, R. O. Johnson and family,
Dallas J. Sidwell, Emma Shanafelt,
Lester S. Daly, Mr. and Mrs. Willis
Vinson, Miss Evelyn Gordon, M. Eck
strom. Miss Herbert' Rose, John Med
ler, Mrs. Medler, Bernice Knutz, all
of Salem; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hall of
Portland, Mrs. Laura Hall of Newberg.
Miss Lena Limpus and Bend Ellis of
Portland. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McDou
gall of Spokane, Rev. and Mrs. Gilles
pie, Mrs. Nelson and family of Dundee
and the quartet Harry Bowers, Gus
Anderson, Floyd Mclntyre and John
Tucker. The bridegroom is physical
director of Tillamook high school.
Miss Evelyn Pike a,nd Laurin Steh
man were married at the home of the
bride's parents. July 7, Rev. A. R
Maclean of the Central Methodist
church officiating. The bride is the
only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Pike of Portland. She is a graduate of
Jefferson high school and a student
of Monmouth normal. They will be at
home after August 1.
THE7 DALLES. Or.. July 10. (Spe
cial.) Joseph P. Bunch and Mrs. Lu
cinda Brown, both of Arlington. Or,
were married at this place Tuesday
evening. Mr. Bunch moved here about
one year ago and is chief operator
for the Arlington municipal light and
water plant. The wedding ceremony
was performed by Rev. J. L. Bogue
of the Baptist church.
Miss Muriel O. Grant and Jack C.
Ponsler of Dallas were married Mon
day, July 5, at Vancouver, Wash. Rev.
C. C. Curtiss of the First Christian
The wedding came as a complete
surprise to their friends in Portland
and Dallas. For their honeymoon they
went on an automobile tour of the
northwestern part of the state and
also spent a short time in Portland.
Mrs. Ponsler is one of the most
popular members of the younger set
in Dallas. She is sC graduate of Dallas
ieh school, and later attended Wil
lamottA university at Salem. She was
employed on the staff of the Polk
county Observer. She was formerly
advertising solicitor and society ed
itor of the Salem Statesman. She Is
the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn O. Grant of Dallas.
Mr. Ponsler is district salesmanager
for the Shattuck Motor company and
recently went to Dallas from Mc
Micnville. His home is In Long Beach,
They will make their home in
Dallas for the present and will be at
home to their friends after August 1,
at their residence, &08 Lyie street.
H. G. Slocum and Miss La Vina
Bottler were married July 3 at 1172
Boston avenue. Rev. J. Bowersox of
ficiating. They will reside in Port
land. De AVttte-Gerber.
An impressive wedding ceremony
was that of Miss Verne de Witte and
Thdmas Gerber, which took place
Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock in the
First Presbyterian church. Rev. Levi
Johnson officiating. O. K. do Witte
gave his sister in marriage. Mrs.
William Powell (Agnes Hall) was
matron of honor, and the ushers were
Ralph W. Coffin and George W. Cot
tingham. Edgar E. Coursen played
the Lohengrin bridal chorus ana Men
t Concluded on Fuc S.
200 COATS- -priced so ridiculously low that
every single one should go in the remaining three days
$5 $13.75 $16.75 $26.75 $36.75
Only Three More Days
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will be the final days of this sale Quick
action is necessary.
Many at even less than
32 their former values.
Navy Blue and Colors
Silk and wool. Sizes and
styles for women and
Tailored of wool Jersey
in white and colors.
Limited quantity of wool
and silk to clear out at
$9.75, $11, $13
Batiste, Voile and Dimity
White and Colors
$1.95 $2.95 $3.95
Handmade and Lingerie
High-Grade Imported and Domestic Blouses
Beads and Floss
Underwear Department Offers Great Values
Odd Silk Garments
ESTABLISHED FURS 149-ISt
JB64 . BROADWAY
Linen Finish Petticoats
Pink and Blue
MEIER & FRANK COMPANY
INTRODUCE FURTHER PLEASING :
La Mode Chez Paris
Novelties of the moment personally chosen in Paris by a
member of the firm and his staff hurried six thousand miles
to Portland and the Meier & Frank constant search for
new and better merchandise still goes on all over the world.
The new parfum de luxe
which has taken the smart set
of Paris by storm. Gay, philo
sophical Golliwogg with" up
standing black hair; tiny black
, feet and hands clasping his
little labeled "corporation."- A
surprise gift; first the dull
black and gold box ; take off
the. lid and four sides of the
box fall apart and in a richly
upholstered interior of cerise
satin Golliwogg smiles at one.
The perfume is penetratingly sweet but with a tang
that pleases immensely. Originated by Vigny,
Paris. Exclusively at Meier & Frank's in Portland.
The Round Box in the picture is a diverting study
of yellow and blue with rose-covered top surmounted
by a cherry button; it contains Vigny face powder
irrlatest Paris tints. Exclusively at Meier & Frank's
in Portland. Priced $2.
"Plein Soleil" is another intriguing perfume
surely of the "open sunshine," in such a richly simple
bottle that it makes one think of a jewel. Priced $6.
Many other original bottles and odors at prices les3
than are often asked for less ' interesting varieties.
Have You a Jeweled Dagger in Your Hat?
No? Then if you wish to be in harmony with the
rue de la Paix hie yourself to the Jewelry Shop to
acquire one of the latest arrivals from the land of
French nouveautes. These daggers are of silver with
hilt and point richly jeweled with rhinestones. . Ex
clusively at Meier & Frank's. Priced $5.
China Reverences Precious Jade
and makes jewelry which captures the admiration
of the world; Paris does more, however, it repro
duces jade so -perfectly that it is nearly impossible
to tell the French , composition from the Chinese
New double-length French composition jade neck
laces are the best we have seen at $10. Exclusively
at Meier & Frank's.
Blouses de Paris!
A very reasonably priced group of hand-made
models newly opened. Crepe de chine chiefly in
charming casaque and hipline styles at $12.50, $14
and $16. Not often do hand-made silk blouses come
for so little as those prices! The Ruffle Peplum
Blouse pictured is of orchid, crepe with hand feather
stitching in place of hemstitching. The tiny collar
is a new Paris idea and the short sleeves, narrow
belt and picot ruffles have much charm at $14. The
Second Blouse illustrated is one of the many new
styles which fasten in the back, this also is hand
made and hand embroidered, the deep peplum is ac
cordion pleated. $16. Exclusively at fileier & Frank's.
"This Bead Bag Would Have Cost
a hundred dollars in my home
town," said a southern visitor
delightedly as she paid $37.50
for the one she liked most in
our stocks. By direct impor
tation of Paris bags we are
saving customers as much as
one hundred per cent.
The Petticoat Bead Bag
sketched at the top is of black
satin with triangles and con
centric designs done with steel
beads; it is finished with a
charming border and short
'fringe; the frame is of cut
steel. Priced $50.
Next Comes the Lantern
Bag done of gaily colored -
beads whfch blend into a sombre oriental composition
with jade-colored top. $50.
Oval Pouch Bags with loop handles are in black or
colors with jet or steel beads ; the black one pictured
That Tiny Bag shown at the end of the picture is
of blue silk covered with a mesh of steel beads fin
ished with tassel and ball; these little bags are le
dernier cri in Paris. Priced $10.
un ijjli in uuii
Ombrellesl Truly Parisian.
Short ones to use with short dresses. Not too
slender because the silhouette of the moment is for
more bouffancy. Paris considers the umbrella as a
frame for its owner and changes its shape and deco
ration from season to season just as though it were
a hat. ,
Because of the trend to things oriental these new
est Paris umbrellas have handles made of the old
carved ivory hilts of Samurai swords and they are
wonderfully beautiful. Such things are hardly dupli
catable these days. For sport Paris makes doggy
umbrellas often you will see a smartly dressed
woman supposedly carrying a dog at her shoulder
but it is an umbrella.
Paris dog umbrellas are $16.50; the Paris ivory
, sword top umbrellas are $40 to $50.
Paris golf club canes for men are $2.50.
Reve de Laine
is a new knitted wool which
Paris uses in sports skirts.
Our representative brought
some of the first of them to
Portland for you. Already
they are the fad of Paris.
They are so different.
Everybody wears sweater
blouses, but who has
thought of sweater skirts?
They are wonderfully good
looking because they fit so
well. These knitted white
wool sweater skirts are $25 ;
knitted pure white silk
sweater skirts are $45.
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New Paris, veils, gloves, handkerchiefs, stationery and other
novelties are to be found in many parts of the store.