The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, March 27, 1921, SECTION THREE, Page 10, Image 54

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    TIIE SUNDAY OREGONIAX, PORTLAND. MAIICIT 27, 1921
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THREE benefits, each for a dis
tinctive and worthy cause, are
to the fore In feminine Interest
Easter week and launch most aus
piciously the season of lilies and good
deeds. Two will be held on Easter
Monday and the others Wednesday
and Thursday, and the trio constitute
the moot significant events of the
week, 'though there are a number of
lesser affairs of no small import to
the world of women's work.
Willamette chapter. Daughters of
the American Revolution, is giving a
benefit card party tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock at Laurelhurst club.
About 80 tables have been arranged
and attractive prizes will be award
ed. This party is given to raise funds
or the Americanization work that
Willamette chapter is doing.
Another event of tomorrow will be
the .Easter tea given by the woman's
association of the White Temple at
the home of Mrs. O. P. M. Jamison on
Main street. It will be a benefit for
the Serbian relief and a programme
ef unusual interest has been arranged.
The P. E. O. chapters of this city
will entertain at cards Wednesday
and Thursday of this week at the
Laurelhurst club to purchase a tablet
for tbe woman's building of the Uni
versity of Oregon. The hours are to
be from 2 to 5 o'clock; playing will
start promptly at 2:30 o'clock. Both
'&00" and bridge will be features.
Wednesday Mrs. Alice Price Moore,
contralto, will be the soloist, accom
panied by Mrs. M. A. Van Houten.
There will be a violin solo by Miss
Marie Paige, while Miss Eugenia
Woodbury will conclude the pro
gramme with a reading.
Thursday Miss Phyllis Wolfe, so
prano soloist, accompanied by Mies
Mary Bullock, will sing. There will
bo a violin solo by Mrs. L. V. Wal
dorf, accompanied by Miss Mary Bul
lock, and a reading by Mrs. Gertrude
Kint Gruwelie.
The Democratic Woman's club, of
which Mrs. Redmond Marshall Is
president, will give a card party
Tuesday afternoon in the blue room
of the Hotel Portland.
The Physical Research center meets
In the Portland hotel assembly hall
tonight at 7:45 o'clock.. There will be
a lecture and demonstration by Mrs.
Cornelius and special music.
Martha Washington Past Matrons'
club was recently entertained at the
home of Mrs. Lillian Young, Mrs.
Young and Mrs. Jennie Newton act
ing as joint hostesses. A dainty
luncheon was served and was fol
lowed by a short business session and
ji social afternoon.
To raise money for a joint Canby
and Barlow school gymnasium, the
Barlow Parent-Teacher association
presented a two-act drama, entitled
"The Rebellion of Mrs. Barclay," at
Barlow and Canby. About $30 was
realized at the Barlow show and $67
at Canby.
The second annual convention of
the National League of Women Voters
will be held in Cleveland. O., April 11
to 16. Tbe programme will be varied
and will include child welfare, Amer
icanization and social hygiene. Mrs.
C. B. Simmons, regional director for
the west, and Mrs. Dallas Bache.
president of the Oregon league, will
participate.
The Portland Parent-Teacher coun
cil is to sponsor the Tuesday evening,
April 19, performance of "The Trail
of the Lonesome Pine," at the Baker
theater. The money received from
the ticket sale is to be used to send
the presidents of the various associa
tions to the state convention, which
will be held in Pendleton May 11. 12
and 13.
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Mrs. D. T. Vantine entertained the
stud?' department of the Portland
Woman's Research club Wednesday
at her home In lrvincton. Assisting
hostesses were Mrs. Charles Branin,
Mrs. E. N. Zimmerman, Mrs. George
R. Cassidy. Mrs. F. W. MacPike. Mrs.
Ionald Allison. Mrs. J. G. Hadley.
Mrs. S. P. Garrigues and Mrs. J. E.
Bonbright. The meeting was opened
with a citizenship drill conducted by
Mrs. Lee Davenport, director of the
study department. Addresses were
given by A. Karahales and Mrs. Alta
Twis Stephens. Mrs. Alexander
Thompson reviewed the Important
measures passed by the legislature.
Mrs. D. M. Watson introduced the
speakers.
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A strong and eloquent address was
delivered by Bishop Sumner before
the Business Women's club last
Thursday.-
In discussing "What Religion Holds
for Women in Industry and Business."
Dr. Sumner pointed out the power of
religion for good in business life and
what the women could accomplish in
assisting to maintain the proper home
life. In his closing remarks Dr. Sum
ner emphasized the necessity of
Christ in 'times of joy as ' well as
sorrow.
The club had the privilege of en
tertaining H. B. Van Duzer, president
of the Chamber' of Commerce, who
urged the women to get behind the
"Community Chest" movement.
The songs sung by Miss Lois Muir
were very much appreciated. Miss
Muir was accompanied by Mrs. Oliver
Wickersham.
Miss Adelia Prltchard, president,
announced that the recent member
ship drive, of which Miss Lorene
Werly was chairman, had resulted in
a membership of 600.
S. I Eddy, vice-president of the
I.add and Tilton bank, will speak
Thursday on "Credit As a Business
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Factor." Miss Mary Henthorn will
have charge of the meeting. Music
will be furnished by Mrs. H. T. Bohl
man. Members of the Council of Jewish
Juniors have been invited to attend
a masked ball Wednesday night at
B'nai B'rith hall. Each girl is to in
vito an escort and another couple and
a most enjoyable evening is prom
ised. Patrons and patronesses for
the affair will be Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Ottenheimer. Mr. and Mrs. Allison
Reyman, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feld
man, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wurzweilcr
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cohn.
The octet of the Women's Advertis
ing club made a remarkable showing
at the regular luncheon meeting of
the club Friday at the Hotel Benson.
This was the first time the club has
had . the opportunity to hear its own
talent. Dr. W. T. McElveen was the
speaker of the day and presented in a
most interesting way facts about the
"Community Chest." It has been an
nounced that the women's ad club
will enter into the Liberty theater
contest and will take over the Liberty
on Sunday. April 17. -
Portland Woman's Club
Elects Mrs. Runyon.
Mrs. G. M. Gllnrs Is C'bonrn Firat
Vice-President and Heports Are
Heard.
THE Portland ' Woman's club met
last Friday in the ball room of
the Multnomah hotel for its regular
business session. Mrs. Charles E.
Runyon presided.
Officers, vero elected as follows:
Mrs. Charics E. Runyon, president;
Mrs. G. M. Glines, first vice-president;
Mrs. Frank McCrellis. second vice
president: Mrs. Chester Hopkins, re
cording secretary; Mrs. G. B. McLcod,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. I). L.
Povey, financial secretary; Mrs. O. P.
M. Jamieson, treasurer; Mrs. J. C.
Bryant, auditor: Mrs. Thaxter.Rccd
and Mrs. Dan Martin, directors.
The club voted to send a letter of
approval to the Portland Motion Pic
ture Exhibitors' league commending
the barring of Clara Hamon filr s.
The club voted $25 as expenses for
the jury bill.
Mrs. D. M. Watson reported on
civics, and on the visit of the mem
bers of the club to the Telephone
building. Mrs.. John M. Scott re
ported for the calendar committee.
Mrs. James M. Reaves reported on
resolutions, Mrs. Byron E. Miller on
service, and Mrs. Philip Gevurtz for
the visiting committee. Mrs. Millie
Trumbull reported for the legisla
tive committee and asked the women
to support the women's Jury bill,
Mrs. G. M. Gli-nes reported for the
building committee, stating that a
more complete report will be given at
the special meeting of the c!ub which
in to be held at the public library on
Monday. April 4. 2 P. M., room A.
Mrs. Howard Pettinger stated that
the literature department would meet
at the Multnomah hotel. Friday, April
8. Mrs. Caroline Dunlap, would ar
range the programme. Mrs. Eldon J.
Steele announced that the current
literature department would meet
with Mrs. T. M. Hurlburt on April 7.
1143 Francis avenue, and Mrs. G. J.
Frankel will read.
Mrs. Ida B. Callahan, state presi
dent of the Federation .of AVomcn's
clubs, and a euest vt honor, spoke on
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several measures to be voted on at
the coming special election, and es
pecially urged the women to vote for
the women's jury bill.
Dr. Owens Adair gave a brief talk
on the sterilization bill.
Mrs. Herman J. Hucke sang, accom
panied by Mrs. May Van Dyke Hard
wick. Miss Ethel Sawyer asked the
women to use their Influence in pro
viding better literature for the young
people under 20 years of age. -
Refreshments were served. Mrs.
H. C. Rhincheart and Ervin G. Leihy,
poured.
The current literature department
will give a card party on April 14 for
the benefit of the building fund.
.
The Officers' clob of Rose City
chapter No. 86 cordially invites East
ern Star members and their friends
to attend a .card party benefiting
Masonic home, at Knights of Pythias
temple. West ' Park and Yamhill
streets, Tuesday, March 29, at 2
o'clock. .
Marguerite camp. Royal Neighbors
ot America, celebrated its 22d anni
versary with a reception held at the
East Side Business Men's club rooms.
Mrs. Kate M. Fairfax, delegate to the
supreme camp, was honor guest. The
programme and business session 'were
followed by refreshments.
..
Oregon chapter No. 1. Service Star
legion, will hold its next meeting in
room 525 courthouse Thursday, March
31. at 2 o'clock. It is desired that all
members be present and a cordial in
vitation is extended to all relatives
of ex-service men of the world war.
Business of vast importance will be
presented at this meeting.
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.Multnomah chapter. Daughters of
the American Revolution, held an in
teresting meeting on Wednesday at
the residence of their regent, Mrs.
J.ohn Pearson. 740 Schuyler street. A
full report of the proceedings of the
state conference held at Salem was
presented. Mrs. George M. Reed read
a short sketch, of the life of- Clara
Barton, which brought out many
points of interest. Following the meet
ing tea was served. Mrs. James B.
Montgomery and Mrs. John Keating,
state regent, presiding at the table.
Easter Tea Includes Many
Interesting Features.
Affair Flannrd by White Temple
- Women Will Aid Serbians.
THE Easter tea of the Woman's as
sociation of the White Temple, to
be given at the home of Mrs. O. P.- M.
Jamison tomorrow afternoon from 2
to 5 o'clock, promises to be a great
success. An interesting programme
will be presented that will include
the following Vocal numbers by
Mrs-. Blanche- Myers,- Mrs. J. R. Thei
hodd and C- M. Godfrey. Miss Lota
Stone will" give a whistling solo, Mrs.
E. E. Carse, violinist, -will play, and
Miss Kathleen Kla-wa?-na will give
selections on the Clark Irish harp.
Others taking part will be MissLeota
Siegner and Mse. W. W. Bruce, read
ers, - and Miss Geraldine Peterson,
child entertainer. . The tea is for the
benefit of the Serbian relief fund.
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Mrs. W. R. Briese was a delightful
hostess recently when she entertained
the members of the Indian club at her
home,' 121 East Thirty-fourth- street.
Luncheon was served at 1 o'clock and
tne arternoon was occupiea in maK i
jng pillow- slips- and -shects-for thej
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Havelin Children's home. The next
meeting of the club will be at the
home of Mrs. Ella Gross, Hanover
apartments. Election of officers was
held and Mrs. Harriett Hendee was
named president; Mrs. Elsie Rogers,
vice-president and Mrs. Minnie Roark,
ecrctary and treasurer.
Mrs. Helen Davenport will be host
ess to the members of the Corrlente
club Tuesday at her home. 1076 Cleve
land avenue. Luncheon will be served
at 1 o'clock and rollcall will be re
sponded to with some household hint
A paper on "Fisheries and Fish Prod
ucts" will be given by Mrs. Anna
Chambers and will be followed by a
ten-minute talk on "A Trip Through
a Fish Hatchery," by Mrs. Harriett
Hendee.
Sell wood Parent-Teacher associa
tion enjoyed an Interesting meeting
and programme in the auditorium of
the school Wednesday afternoon. Dr.
Virgil MacMIckle spoke on the
"Health of Children" and Colonel
Milton A. Miller spoke on the "Com
munity Chest." V. ' G. Lunt enter
tained with several whistling and
vocal solos. ' Children were also pre
sented In a short programme. Coffee
and doughnuts were served during
the social hour.
Women's Federation to Aid
Ex-Service Men.
CMmlttM to Sell Ttrketa for the
tomlai Dooshboj-' Folllra.
THE assistance of the Portland Fed
eration of Women's organizations
has been sought by ex-service men
in an effort to dispose of the tickets
for the Doughboys' Follies to be pre
sented at the Heilig theater April 7,
8 and 9, the. entire proceeds to be
devoted to the cause of sick and dis
abled soldiers, of whom there are
more than 900 in Portland.
. Mrs. Alexander Thompson, presi
dent of the federation, has named
Mrs. George L. Williams as chairman
of a committee to aid in this worthy
Cause. During the war Mrs. Williams
was president of the council of war
auxiliaries and she is not only in
touch with the needs of the boys, but
is genuinely interested in their wel
fare. She will organize a comprehen
sive campaign of ticket selling, and
she solicits the co-operation and as
sistance of all women who were mem
bers of war-time organizations and
will be glad to confer with them at
headquarters. 234 Morgan building.
: The committee from the federation
includes Mrs.- Williams., chairman:
Miss Viola Ortschild. Mrs. R. H. Saw
yer. Mrs. Isaac Swett. Mrs. Elizabeth
Luckey. Mrs. W. L. Block, Mrs. W. D.
B. Dodson. Mrs. F. L. Benedict, Mrs.
Victor Brandt, Mrs. F. D. Norrls, Mrs.
C. E. Dentler. Mrs. G. C. Perkins and
Mrs. George G. Root.
The woman's auxiliary to the Rail
way Mail Clerks' association held its
monthly meeting Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Alvin C. Baker. 1171
Belmont street. Pot-luck luncheon
was served to 16 and a social after
noon followed the short business
session. The annual election or oi-
fi ers will be held at the. April meet
ing at the home of Mrs.' Carl Abra
hams, 1105 Belmont street.
Orphia Temple, Pythian Sisters, Al
truistic club, entertained with two
social affairs the past week. Wednes
day afternoon they entertained at a
card party and Thursday night fol
lowing the regular business session
an informal dancing party was en
joyed. The work of this club Is for
charity and members meet every
Wednesday to sew for needy families.
Business meetings are held every sec
ond and fourth Thursday.
The Daughters of the Covenant will
hold the next regular meeting Tues
day night at B'nal B'rith building.
Mrs. Sam Nemiro, In charge of the
programme, has arranged for an eve
ning of bridge and "500." Splendid
prizes will be awarded and refresh
ments will be served.
At the last meeting of the Daugh
ters of the Covenant it was voted that
they should adopt another war or
phan. This is the second orphan
adopted by the daughters, who are
doing commendable work in war re
lief and also in other lines of social
service work. ,
Jewish Women Make Plans
for Conference.
Interesting Social and Business
Meeting's Are on Programme.
THE inter-state conference meeting
of the Council of Jewish Women
to be held in Portland April 5, 6 and
7 will have its headquarters at the
B'nai B'rith building. Sessions will
be held there. Tuesday, April 5, at 9:30
A. M., Wednesday morning and Thurs
day. The open meeting will be held Mon
day night at Temple Beth Israel. Mrs.
S. M. Blumauer, third national vice
president and general supervisor of
the conference, will preside. She has
arranged an unusually interesting
programme.
Tuesday's session will be devoted
to religion in connection with coun
cil work. Mrs. J. Baer, president of
the San Francisco section. Council of
Jewish Women-, Mrs. Julius Liebert,
president of the Spokane section, and
Mrs. Arnold Sherman, president of the
Butte section, will participate in the
programme.
Mrs. Julius Louisson will b in
charge of the programme for Wednes
day morning, which will be devoted to
"Immigration." I. Irving Lipsitch, ex
ecutive secretary of the Federated
Jewish societies of San Francisco,
will speak on the subject. Mr. Lip
sitch was in charge of the Hebrew
sheltering and immigration aid work
at Ellis island for a long period and
is an authority on immigration. Ja
cob Weinstein, a Reed college student,'
will give an address on "American
and Immigrant Boys' Viewpoint"
The afternoon session for Wednes
day will be held at 2 P. M. at the
neighborhood house. Mrs. Alexander
Bernstein, president of the Portland
section of the' council, and Miss Ida
Loet-enberg, head worker at the
neighborhood house, will give a com
plete . history of the house from the
date of its founding. Ray S. Carter,
district representative of Community
Service in charge of the work for
Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Utah,
will speak on "The Various Phases
of Community Work." Excellent mu
sical numbers will also be included in
the programme for this meeting.
Several delightful, social affairs also
have been planned for the visiting
delegates, "who - will come from all
parts of the United States, t
April S a noon luncheon will be
given at the. Hotel Multnomah with
Mrs. Abe Meier. In charge of arrange
ments.. Another feature will be the
anniversary banquet, the premier so
cial affair of the' conference, which
will be an event of Wednesday night,
April 7, at the Multnomah hotel. Mrs.
Max S. Hirsch is in charge of this
affair and has arranged a varied pro
gramme. Mrs. Henry William Metz
ger will be. soloist and there will be
several brief speeches. Dancing will
conclude' the evening. -
Thursday at 12 o'clock the guests
will be takeh for a highway trip. Ar
rangements for this are in charge of
Mrs. I. N. Lipman and Mrs. Lee Boyer.
It is expected that virtually the en
tire membership of the Portland coun
cil will attend the sessions and social
affairs, which will celebrate the 25 th
DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN
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SOME OF WOEX PRESENT AT MF.ETIKG,' GROUPED O.V" THE STEPS OF THE CAPITOL.
Many prominent women from 18 counties of the state attended the eighth annual conference of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution of Oregon, held in the house of representatives in Salem March 18 and 19. About
200 members of the society were present, and of this number, 67 were official delegates with voting power. The
next conference will be held in Portland next spring, with some of the national officers as special-guests. It is
expected to be well attended. Mrs. John A.- Keating, state regent, presided at the meetings.
anniversary of the organization of the
Portland session.
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Mrs. J. F. Waite, worthy matron of
Portland chapter. Eastern Star, was
hostess at a 1 o'clock luncheon Sat
urday at her home, 1485 East Glisan
street, when she entertained the mem
bers of the Worthy Matrons' club. The
guests included: Mrs. S. B. Hall of
Gresham chapter; Mrs. R. C. Bell, Co
rinthian chapter; Mrs. S. L. Stevens
of Oregon City; Mrs. E. W. Kimble
Sellwood; Mrs. ,T. F. Guerin. Rose
City; Mrs. D. T. Smith of East Gate;
Mrs. John Jonas, Troutdale; Mrs.
F. W. Geiger of Multnomah, Mrs.
W. W. Graves of Friendship chap
ter, Mrs. J. W. Mills of Martha Wash
ington, Mrs. Edward I Ahlgren of
Forest Grove, Mrs. H. A. Darnell,
Mount Scott; Mrs. J. E. Davis, Beav
erton; Mrs. W. E. Shell of Waverly
and Miss Alii Obcrstreet of Minerva.
Nurses Will Hold Session to
Consider Problems.
Plans for Xorthweat Sectional Con
' ference to Be Discussed.
THE regular meeting of the Oregon
State Graduate Nurses' association
will be held next Wednesday after
noon, at 2:30 o'clock, in room H, cen
tral library. Mrs. Millie Trumbull
will speak on "Industrial Nursing."
A full attendance of the members
is desired, as arrangements and plans
for the northwest sectional confer
ence of nursing, to be held in Port
land in June, will be discussed.
The Officers' club of Rose City
chapter, No. 86, O. E. S., will preside
over a benefit card party Tuesday,
March 29, at 2 o'clock, fifth floor
Knights of Tythias temple. West Park
and Yamhill streot. Proceeds will be
used for the Masonic home fund. Ad
mission will be So cents, war tax
included.
The auxiliary to the Oregon Greet
ers, chapter No. 1, is to give a lunch
eon Saturday, April 2, at 1 o'clock in
the Washington Hazelwood, In honor
o Mrs. J. Ward Chllds, first presi
dent of the organization, who has Just
returned to Portland after a two
years' absence in California. Mem
bers can make reservations through
the secretary, Mrs. Glenn B. Hite, at
the Washington hotel.
The ladles' auxiliary to Over the
Top Post. No. 81, Veterans of For
eign Wars, will give a "500" party
at 525 courthouse Monday night,
March 28. This promises to be the
largest "500" party of the season and
several attractive prizes will be
awarded, also a door prize. Refresh
ments will be served and a real get
aoquainted affair is promised. A
most cordial invitation is extended to
friends and those Interested ill patri
otic organizations.
The state convention of the Degree
of Honor Protective associations will
be held at the Portland hotel on the
afternoon of April 4, and the night
meeting will be held at the lodge hall,
114V6 Grand avenue, with Columbia
No. 1 and Tabor No. 55 exemplifying
the ritualistic work with a class of
cand'tdates. A morning meeting will
be held. Mrs. Frances Bucll Olson,
national president, and Mrs. Kate S.
Holmes, national secretary from St.
Paul, Minn., will be in Portland to
attend the convention. State presi
dent Mrs. Lulu D. Crandall of The
Dalles will preside and the past state
presidents will act on the reception
committee.
At the last meeting of the Women's
auxiliary to the American Legion it
was decided to hold meetings every
first and third Monday of each month
in room E, central library, at 2
o'clock. All members are asked to
note the change in time and place and
make an effort to attend the meet
ings. The wearing on Memorial day
of the national flower of the Ameri
can Legion, which is the Flanders
red poppy, was also discussed, and it
was decided that on the Saturday
before Decoration day these poppies
should be sold on the streets and
every person, urged to wear one in
memory of the boys who died in
France.
The auxiliary sent' a telegram to
Washington urging the release of the
soldiers held in the Bergdoll case.
Delegates from the disabled men's
organization spoke to the auxiliary
about the doughboys' entertainment
to be given ApriV 7, 8 'and 9, and it
was heartily indorsed.
A chance for training in social
work is being presented by the na
tional. W. C. T. U. through Us Ameri
canization department in a training
school opened March 17 at the cen
ter in Chicago. The course is a full
one. ertend'lng over a period of six
weeks, with the days crammed with
lectures, practical work and the other
courses.
This Americanization center is doing
a work different from that carried
on in other organizations, for it has
for its basic Idea the teaching of the
woman of foreign birth and speech
at home, thus reaching with the
Americanization training the mother
of little children, kept at home by her
household cares, and bringing to her
the same opportunity for learning to
understand the country of her new
home that her husband and her chil
dren enjoy in the shop and in the
public school.
The course is offered free to those
who wish to undertake it and there
entrance requirements except
are no
REVOLUTION OF OREGON HOLD CONFERENCE IN SALEM.
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an education sufficient to do the work,
to understand the lectures and to
grasp the fundamentals of sociology
and psychology which are necessary
to the full comprehension of the
courses. Information may be had
from the director of the center. Mrs.
Culla J. Vayhinger. 1638 Blue Island
avenue. Chicago, 111.
Any woman wishing to avail her
self of this course to prepare her
self for Americanization teaching may
receive further information from Mrs.
Lee Davenport, Americanization chair
man for Oregon.
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The regular monthly . meeting of
the executive board of the Council of
Jewish Women will be held Thurs
day morning at 10:30 o'clock in room
G of Central library.
The Past Oracle club. Royal Neigh
bors of America, will meet Wednes
day afternoon, March 30, at the home
of Mrs. Nellie Wiericken, 1107 East
Main street. All Royal Neighbors
who have served as Oracle in any
camp, are invited to attend.
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The Fortnightly club meets Mon
day at 11 o'clock A. M. In the Audi
torium of the Y. W. C. A., for the
usual business meeting and pro
gramme. The topics for the papers
are "Statesmen in the War," pre
sented by Mrs. H. O. Koeppen, and
"Oregon Artists," by Miss Carrie B.
Moores. Luncheon will be served at
1 o'clock in the banquet room. Mem
bers will please note the change of
hour for meeting.
Oregon cookery has won national
recognition in a large woman's pub
lication. Good Housekeeping, which.
In its April number, publishes, as typi
cal cookery from the northwest, three
recipes by Oregon women. Mrs. Ida
R. Scofield, Mrs. M. O. Burcn, and
Mrs. Ida R. Fargo, all of Salem, have
been singled out for the honor of
representing their state in menus
which will reach a million other
American women. Their favorite
Their favorite
ing, boiled Oregon
ganberry cake, all
recipes, prune pudd
prune cake, and loga
have been made from products of this
state. This recognition of Oregon
as one of the culinary states In the
union adds but another star to her
"banner of achievements."
"Child Welfare" Is Topic
of Club Women.
Portland Research Club Will Hold
Monday Luncheon at Benson.
TOMORROW the .Portland Woman's
Research club will hear an un
usually interesting programme of
"Child Welfare" at the luncheon meet
ing in the crystal room of the Hotel
Benson. Mrs. E. C. Clement will pre
side as chairman and Mrs. Ida B.
Callahan, president of the State Fed
eration of Women's clubs,, will be the
honor guest. The day's programme
will include: Violin solo, by Master
Marnil. Newman; readings, by Miss
Norma Olson, head of department of
elocution at Oregon Agricultural col
lege: "Child Welfare." by Dr. Philip
A. Parsons. Portland school of social
work of the University of Oregon;
"Some Problems of Child Welfare."
by Mrs. Henry L. Corbett, member of
child welfare commission, and "Port
land's Well-Baby Clinic," by Dr. C.
Ulysses Moore.
The annual nomination of officers
will follow immediately after the pro
gramme. To make reservations, phone
Main 3576, Tabor 1395 or Tabor 791.
Royal Circle, Neighbors of Wood
craft, captain and guards are to give
a fancy drill Wednesday evening.
Members are invited.
The Progressive Women's league
will hold its regular business meet
ing Saturday. April 2, in the assem
blv room of the Hotel Portland at 2:30
o'clock. The subject for discussion
will be "The World Facing a New
Environment." Members will respond
to rollcall and there will also be a
musical programme
Yrom Baker. Pendleton and Th
Dalles on the east; from Astoria on
the west and from Roseburg . and
Ashland on the south came delegates
who iourneved to the annual confer
ence of the Daughters of the American
Revolution which closed its session at
Salem last Saturday, making, with
the large contingent of Portland
Daughters, almost 1000 in attendance.
This larger number of delegates, rep
resenting a broader territory with
deeper interests and more . intense
patriotism, gave a more serious tone
to the proceedings than had ever be
fore been experienced.
In the beautifully decorated halls or
the state house, amidst flowers, trail
ing vines and historic flags, the open
ing exercises were most impressive as
the official party, oincers, oisiin
cruished guests, regents, pages and
hostesses came slowly down the aisle
while music marked the time and the
delegates stood at attention. "Ameri
ca" was sung, the flag was pledged
and the invocation offered, after
which Mrs. John Keating, state re
gent, declared the convention opened
for business.
The order of business had been
carefully planned at a previous board
meeting thus saving time In useless
discussion, and. making the quick and
decisive and business-like manner of
disponing of questions to the satis
faction of every one, one of the
marked features of .the convention.
i lie enure BesBion, even inciuDins
the social functions, was devoted to
business. The reports ot the officers
and committees covered a wide range
of activities, indicating the strength
and vitality of the organization, and
its enthusiastic devotion to patriotic
service. It was shown that special
strength is being laid upon night
schools for foreigners, and home
teaching in carrying out Americaniza
tion work. Several chapters in the
state have made themselves respons
ible for teachers and equipment. With
the home teachers law, just passed
by the legislature, the D. A. R. feel
they have a definite policy to follow,
and an effective mode of procedure.
The programme throughout was in
spiring Mrs. Mary Barlow Wilkins
gave a comprehensive outline Of the
old trails, illustrating with maps and
charts the national programme for
preserving and marking the paths
followed by the pioneer history mak
ers. Following Mrs. Wilkins came a
report and discussion of historical
markers, five of which will be erected
the coming year.
Miss Anna Lang of The Dalles, will
erect a marker for her grandmother
who was a real daughter. Mrs. C. S.
Jackson of Portland, asked permis
sion to erect a marker on the Clacka
mas river on the old historic trail.
The D. A. R. of the state will mark
the place ot old Fort Clatsop.
Luncheons and dinners were re
served for the discussion of ways and
means for conducting the work of the
coming year. At the closing lunch
on Saturday, Mrs. Thornburg Ross
read a paper on "Historical Towns
and Places in Oregon," which con
tained valuable information and re
quired in its preparation original and
painstaking research. Mrs. Esther
Allen Jobes' report on Americaniza
tion work was replete with results in
the past and suggestions for future
work. It was so impressive that every
delegate must have carried home with
her some of Mrs. Jobes' energy and
devotion to her foreign neighbors.
This was an "Oregon made" conven
tion from start to finish, and all ar
rangements, planned and executed so
beautifully by the hostess chapter at
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Salem, were done with this in vi
i )'reon music, flowers, place cai
ew,
cards
food and loganberry punch were Ore-
con nrnntiotv
The next annual convention will bJ
ho rt in PnHl.nd J ..in w. .1 Tl
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of Multnomah and Willamette chapel
ters, with the president-general. Slr.J
j Minor, the guest of honor. 1
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The Sunday night programmes given
; under the auspices of the Joy club
.for the inmates of Multnomah farm
offer a variety of musical numbers
and readings. Last Sunday the en-
leriainmcnt opened with a solo by
W. B. F. Shown, the accompaniment
being played by Mrs. Shown. W. P.
Dent, who has traveled extensively
in the Orient, gave an interesting
talk on life of the east. Other num
bers on the programme: Solo by Mrs.
Dorothy Adam, accompanied by Mellie
Peterson; reading by Mrs. W.' B.
Welter: character songs by Betty
Jane Buckner, a student of Miss Belle
Williams; reading by John Adam and
a solo by Martin Peters, accompanied
by Miss La Voile Long. Refreshments
were served by Mrs. Harriet M
Favorite.
The Tuesday Afternoon club met
with Mrs. H. A. Sprague. During the
business session the members dis
cussed the subject of next year's
study, deciding to devote the time to
the- study of American art, under
direction of Mrs. Georg W. Tabler as
chairman of the calendar committee.
The other members appointed on this
committee were Mrs. J. A. Eastman,
Mrs. William F. Amos. Mrs. H. H.
Fisher and Mrs. O. T. Wherry. The
programme for the afternoon was
given by Mrs. George Tabler In a re
view of "Unleavcnod Bread" (Grant),
with a paper on the divorce ques
tion, followed by reading from Cor
nelia Comer, "The Long Inheritance,"
by Mrs. William Cavanagh. Refresh
ments were served, the hostess'
mother. Mrs. F. R. Savage, pouring
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tea. The next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. W. H. Giles, i!0 East
Yamhill street.
Chapter A, P. E. O. sisterhood, will
be entertained at luncheon at the
home of Mrs. J. W. Ferguson, 1541
Mllwaukie avenue, tomorrow at 1
o'clock.
The Pennsylvania Woman's club
will give a luncheon at the Dutch
room of the Washington-street Hazel
wood Saturday, April 2'. at 12:30
o'clock. All Pennsylvania women or
Pennsylvania men's wives and daugh
ters are invited.
Alpha Delta chapter of Alpha Xl
Delta, gave a delightful luncheon yes
terday at the University club, honor
ing a number of the younger set who
are planning to enter college in the
fall. The table was artistically dec
orated with Easter flowers and the
place cards were most unique. Covers
were laid for 20.
A silver tea will be given at the
home of Mrs. E. B. Mackey, 379 East
Thirty-eighth street North, Wednes
day afternoon. March 30, from 2 to 5
o'clock. The proceeds are to be used
in helping needy ex-soldiers and their
families. Mrs. Mackey is president of
the Portland War Mothers' organiza
tion, and the work being done by
them is worthy of the hearty co
operatibn of the public. To the un
fortunate in the hospitals they send
flowers and complete baby layettea
are furnished the needy mother upon
the arrival of the stork. An invita
tion is extended the public to attend
this tea. Take "Rose City car to
Thirty-eighth street and walk north
Couch rarent-Teacher asociation
met for its regular session on Wednes
day 'afternoon. Mrs. G. J. Frankel
spoke on the "Floral Parade" and
urged all the school children to .plant
flower gardens to make a floral dis
play during the festival. Mrs. Donald
Spencer told of the value of the sym
phony orchestra to Portland, and urged
the people to stand behind it. Miss
Thayer's room won the plant.
Plans were made for a social get
together afternoon for Thursday af
ternoon. The object of this meeting
is to give the teachers and mothers
an opportunity to get better ac
quainted. A programme will be pre
sented by the childrenand refresh
ments will be served.
.
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Association of the First Presbyterian
church was held In the parish house
on Tuesday. The day was devoted
to sewing for charity and luncheon
was served, after which the meeting
was called to order. Devotion exer
cise was lead by Miss Emma C. War
ren. The election of officers resulted
as follows: Mrs. L. K. Moore, presi
dent: Mrs. C. W. Steel, first vice
president: Mrs. F. H. Strong, second
vice-president; Mrs. W. H. Morrow,
treasurer; Mrs. H. N. Ncsbit, record
ing secretary; Mrs. T. A. Sherman,
corresponding secretary, and Mrs.
Buswell, auditor. Reports of the
year's work showed the many suc
cessful activities of the association
and plans were made for another
busy season.
A meeting of the executive board
of the Oregon Parent-Teacher asso
ciation has been called for 10 A. M.,
April 1. A full attendance is de
sired as matters of importance will
be discussed, and the plans for the
convention at Pendleton will bo per
fected. On April 5. Mrs. G. W. Hayhurst
starts on visiting tour to the Parent
Teachers in the southern part of the
state. ' At Monmouth, Mrs. Hayhuret
will be a guest of the young women
of the normal school, and at Cor
vallis will be entertained by the home
economics department of Oregon
Agricultural college, and at Eugene,
will be guest at Hendricks hall. She
will be at Monmouth April 5, Cor
vallis April 6 and 7, Eugene April 8
and 9. Medford April 11, Ashland April
12. Rogue River and vicinity April
13. Wil'bur and Sutherlin April 14.
and Hubbard and Barlow April 15. On
April 16 she will attend the Multno
mah county council at Lusted, will
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