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TIIE StfND AY OREG OMAN, PORTLAND, JUNE 25, 1922
tributed so much to the success of
the social activities, was gowned in
black net chiffon trimmed with
Mrs. Walter Cook, mother of
Princess Margaret, wore a white
Jade green was selected by Mrs.
H. J. Ottenheimer as her sown for
Miss Gladys Dunne was dressed
In silver cloth and old rose.
A beaded coral chiffon creation
was worn by Miss Dorothy Van
Way, popular in the army set.
Mrs. Kenneth Hauser was attrac
tive in a white embroidered gown
with touches of jade green.
Peach-colored chiffon was worn
by Miss Louise Linthicum.
A pale yellow chiffon gown
trimmed with pearls was attractive
to Miss Alice Anderson.
Miss Edith Marshall wore yellow
. and green chiffon, and her sister,
Miss Helen, was a vision in orchid.
Mrs. Charles Runyon was stun
ning in brocaded satin in tones of
Mrs. E. G. Leihy was distinctive
in jade green satin ornamented with
Mrs. Barge Leonard had a strik
ing costume of old rose crepe me
Miss Gwladys Bowen wore black
Persian blue was the frock of
Miss Elizabeth Mulvane.
Mrs. Frank Hilton was dressed in
a silver cloth gown. '
Miss Adeline Mayer wore Ameri
can beauty chiffon.
Blue velvet was charming on Miss
Mrs. C. D. Bruun wore a black
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Jay Cobbs
have returned to Portland after a
visit of several weeks in Chicago. -
Miss Marie Louise Feldenheimer
is expected to arrive in Portland
next week. She has been studying
sculptoring in New York city for the
last year and has recently been
visiting friends in New England.
Mrs. Dom J. Zan has returned to
Portland after an enjoyable visit in
Seattle. She has as her house guest
Mrs. Wilbur E. Coman.
Mrs. F. C. Crumpacker was hon
ored at a luncheon Tuesday after
noon, at which Mrs. Gilbert Durham
presided, at her home at Riveria.
Covers were laid for eight.
About 100 members of the emart
eet motored out to the Automobile
club Friday night, when a group of
young men entertained with a de
lightful dancing party. A number
of the navy officers were the guests
Several dinners preceded the e.-
iair. Mrs. u. w. u. jviaciiregor pre
sided over a dinner party and Mrs.
Angela K. Murphy entertained 16
guests at dinner. Covers were
placed for Mr. and Mrs. Phillip L.
Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Webster
Talbot, Dr. and Mrs. George A. Mar
shall, Mrs.-James A. Dougherty, Mrs.
Antoine G. Labbe, Dr. Richard B.
Dillehunt. Dr. H. Killgree, Mr. and
Mrs. William B. Roberson, Mrs.
Henry Chftney, Prescott Cooking
ham, Dr. W. Huntington and the
Mrs. Margaret Burrell Biddle gave
an informal dinner Wednesday eve
ning, her guests included Mr. nd
Mrs. Wilkie Collins and Mrs. Marion
F. McClain of -Eugene, Mrs. George
Rebec and Dr. J. Duncan Spaeth of
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cranston
have invited guests for a dinner
Monday evening at the Waverley
Friday evening Mr. Donald J. Ster
ling honored Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Crumpacker at a dinner, preceding
the dance at the automobile club.
Complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Ros
coe G. Ashley (Clea Nickerson), Mrs.
E. C. Mears presided at a beautifully
appointed dinner- on Tuesday eve
ning at her home on .Westover terr
Mrs. Henry Ladd Co'rbett compli
mented Mrs. George Maxwell with
an attractive tea yesterday after
Mrs. Gordon Forbes has as her
house guest, Miss Rozanne Rode
bush of New York city, who has
shared in the many affairs arranged
in honor of Mrs. Forbes.
Miss Janet House, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. William House, had as her
guest ' during the festival. Miss
Elizabeth Boschke, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Boschke of San
A unique social event scheduled
for tomorrow afternoon is the tea to
be given aboard the flagship Con
necticut by Rear-Admiral J. V.
Chase and his staff. Admittance will
be by card and 300 invitations will
be Issued. Queen Harriet and her
retinue will be among the honored
guests. The affair will be in the na.
ture of a tea dansant and the guests
will have the privilege of viewing
the big craft.
The many friends of Mrs. Holt W.
Cookingham will be glad to learn
that ehe is well on the road to re
covery, after recently undergoing
Mrs. George Maxwell has been the
inspiration for numerous affairs this
week, given by her many friend
who regret that she is leaving Port
land to make her home In Klamath
If lifeless, dand
ruff y or oily, a
and sun drying is
a preventive and
cure. Will leave
your hair a 1 1 k y
and fluffy, with a
patent - leather
620 MORGAN BLDO.
Falls. Mrs. Roderick L. Macleay
complimented Mrs. Maxwell with
luncheon at her home on Tuesday.
A recent wedding of interest to
her many Portland friends was that
of Miss Evelina Norris Magruder
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George
Mason Magruder of Charlottesville,
Va., who became the bride of Cap
tain Irwin Lytle Lumnis of the
United States army. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. F. Leslie
Robinson on the lawn at Glenmore,
the beautiful old home of Mr. and
Mrs. Horatio Erskine Magruder, be
neath the majestic oaks that have
sheltered the. Albemarle Magruders
for nearly 100 years.
The bride was given away by her
father and was lovely in a gown of
white georgette crepe, beaded in
crystal, her tulle veil falling from
a. coronet of duchess lace and orange I
blossoms, and she carried a s.hower
bouquet of lilies of the valley. The
maid of honor,' Miss Evalina Ma
gruder of Charlottesville, and the
bridesmaids. Miss Virginia William
son Magruder of Lynchburg, Va.,
and Miss (jUlaville Magruder of
Charlottesville, were in organdies
m pastel shaaes, with hats to match.
and carried colonial bouquets, while
the charming little flower girl, Bet
tie Allen Magruder, also of Char
lottesville, who scattered roses in
the pathway of tha bride, wore pink
with a French hat of the same color.
Cadet Carter Bowie Magruder of
the United States Military academy
at West Point, brother of the bride.
acted as best man, and the ushers
were Henry Magruder Taylor of
Richmond, Va,, and Herbert Wiley
Before the ceremony Miss Vire-inin
Williamson sang ."Because" and
"Wedding Song." Following the
ceremony a reception was sriven.
Mrs. Lumnis formerly lived in Port
land, where she was very popular
in the younger social set.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Redfleid ar
being congratulated upon the ar
rival of a son, born last Wednesday.
Misses Edith and Helen Marshall
the attractive nieces of Mrs. C. D.
Bruun, who are visiting here from
Berkeley, are the Inspiration for
many smart affairs. They were en
tertained at a bridge tea by Miss
Margaret Cook at the Walter Cook '
residence, and a number of other I
charming parties have been given
in their honor. -
The wedding of Miss Mary War--!
rack to Lieutenant Wilbur Molter
Lockhart, United States navy, was
solemnized on Wednesday evening
at an attractive and impressive
The ceremony was at St. Stephen s
pro-cathedral, with Right Rev.
Walter Taylor Sumner, assisted by
Dean .Horace M. Ramsey, officiating.
The bride, who came in on the
arm of her father, was a pretty
picture in a gown of georgette
crepe draped in graceful folds, and
a. veil which was becomingly held
in place with a spray of orange
blossoms. She carried a beautiful
bouquet of cream-colored roses and
pale-pink sweet peas.
Mrs. Lloyd Robert Gray was the
matron of honor, and was stunning
in orchid chiffon crepe, with a hat
to match. Her flowers were Cecil
Brunner roses. . .
Miss Helen Page, bridesmaid, was
attractive in a creation of water
melon chiffon crepe and a black hat.
She carried roses and sweet peas.
Lieutenant Leon Mintzer, United
States navy, acted ' as best' man.
The ushers were Richard Montgom
ery, Lieutenant G. B. Wooley, United
States navy; Ensign Robert War1
rack. United States navy, and Jay
A small reception followed the
ceremony including intimate friends
and relatives. Presiding in the
dining room were Mrs. John Gill
and Mrs. A. D. Charlton,
Mrs. Lockhart is a ' popular so
ciety girl and since the announce
ment of her engagement has been
the motif for many social affairs.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Lockhart will
pass the summer on Puget sound,
wher Lieutenant Lockhart will be
Mrs. George Maxwell was the in
spiration for a luncheon at which
Miss Cornelia Cook presided, last
Wednesday afternoon. Covers were
laid for Mrs. Maxwell, Miss Isa
bella Gauld, Mrs. Erie Whitney,
Mrs. Elliott R.-Corbett, Mrs. F. C.
Crumpacker, Mrs. Maurice E. Crum
packer, Mrs. Kurt Koehlei" and Mrs.
J. V. G. Posey.
Mrs. J. G. Posey complimented
Mrs. George Maxwell last Tuesday
with a luncheon at the Waverley
Country club. , Covers were laid for
Miss Helen Killen entertained at
luncheon Tuesday to announce the
engagement of Miss Lura Tamiesie
to John M. Lansinger of Chicago.
Guests at the affair were Mrs. Kate
Kelly, Mrs. Waldemar Splud, 'Mrs.
George Alexander of Hillsboro, Mrs.
Robert Warrens, Miss Louise Gray
and Miss Tamiesie.
- The bride-elect is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. J. Phillipe Tamie
sie, and is a graduate of Stanford
university, where she belonged to
Chi Omega. She is president of the
Portland alumnae association of
that fraternity. Mr. Lansinger is
the son of J. W. Lansinger of Phila
delphia, and is secretary-treasurer
of the Independent Publishing com
pany of Chicago. He is a graduate of
Franklin and Marshall college in
Pennsylvania, and is a member of
Phi Kappa Psi. Recently he was in
Portland for an extended visit on
The wedding will be solemnized
July 12 at the home of the bride
elect, before the immediate family.
An informal reception will follow
Many parties are being planned
for Miss Doris Henningsen, whose
engagement was just announced.
Tomorrow, Miss Suzanne Caswell
will give a tea; Tuesday, Miss Edith
Marshall will entertain; Wednesday,
Miss Janet House will be hostess
at luncheon. Miss Mary Helen Spald-j
ing will give a tea at a later date1
for the bride-elect.
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The formal dances at the Portland
hotel Thursday nights are proving
exceptionally popular this season.
The Friday and Saturday night af
fairs have found great favor with
the younger set. Much variety in.
the women's costumes has been
noted. Sports costumes and dainty
summer frocks are mingled with
formal dinner gowns. ,
. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Farrell, Miss
Helen Farrell, and Miss Wadsworth
of Seattle' are In Portland. Miss
Helen was among the society girls
who participated in the golf tourna
ment. Charming in its simplicity was
the wedding of Miss Clea Margaret
Nickerson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Garry C. Nickerson, who ' became
the bride of Roscoe G. Ashley last
night at the First Congregational
church. Rev. W. T. McElveen read
the ceremony. The bride, who ap
proached the alter on the arm of
her father, was lovely in her beau
tiful wedding gown of white crepe
meteor exquisitely embroidered in
crystal beads. Her veil was of white
tulle, elaborated with orange blos
soms, which fell to the hem of her
sRirt in folds. Her bouquet was
white , orchids and lilies of the
Miss 'Susan Chenery and Miss
Isabel Clark were her attendants.
They wore attractive gowns of jade
chiffon crepe and silver wreaths
on their coiffure. Their flowers were
an orchid shade of sweet peas. Willis
S. Ashley acted as best man. An
informal reception followed the cere
mony at the home of the bride's
parents on Willamette Heights. Mr.
and Mrs. Ashley are both very popu
lar In Portland society and their
wedding is one of the most interest
ing of the season. They left for an
extended wedding trip ia California
A delightful event was the recep
tion given by Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
E. Heckbert following the marriage
of their niece. Miss Georgia Burns
McKown, to Harold Coryden Mc
1 The bride was charming in her
wedding gown of white Chantilly
lace. Adorning her hair was the
wreath of orange blossoms worn by
her grandmother. The bride is a
member of an old New England
family and the daughter of Mrs
Mary McKown of Irvington.
The bridegroom is the son of Mrs,
Leonard W. Thatcher- of Irvington.
He is connected with the Pacific
Telephone & Telegraph company and
is musically talented.
The reception rooms were deco
rated and the tables, which were
among a profusion of flowers, were
presided over by Mrs. Winthrop
Hammond, Mrs. Russell Sewall, Mrs.
Robert Wilson and Mrs. Roscoe R.
Giltner. Assisting in the dining
room were Mrs. John Drlscoll, Mrs.
J. J. Rosenberg, Miss Nellie Hemen
way and Miss Emily Otis. Assisting
in the drawing room were Mrs. W.
M. Macphail and Mrs. A. N. Smith.
Receiving with the host and hostess
were Mrs. Mary Lawrence McKown
mother of the bride; Mrs. Leonard
W. Thatcher, mother of the bride
groom; Leonard W. Thatcher and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coryden .Mc
Cracken. Mairy, the little daughter
of the host and hostess, welcomed
the guests at the door.
The engagement of Miss May
Dolores Bryne, sister of Major Ger
ald Byrne, to Lieutenant Arthur
Wolf, 69th infantry, was announced
Tuesday afternoon at a bridge party
given by her mother, Mrs. Annie
Byrne. Six tables were in play dur
ing the afternoon and a number of
friends called at the tea hour. Mrs.
Byrne was assisted by Miss Irene
Kennedy, Miss Dorothy Van Way
and' Miss Aria Whedon. Miss Byrne
is a popular member of the post's
younger set. Lieutenant Wolf is
the son of Mrs. Rose Wolf of Port
land. General and Mrs. Richard M.
Blatchford have as their guest Mrs.
F. W. B. Farr, wife of Colonel Farr
of Camp Lewis. A number of social
events have been given for Mrs.
Farr. She was here for the Rose
Festival, and she will leave shortly
for Camp D. A. Russell, where Colo
nel Farr has been ordered.
A daughter was born Tuesday to
Captain and Mrs. Bryant E. Moore.
Mrs. William C. Knighton was a
recent hostess for a very enjoyable
tea given at the apartments of Mrs.
Edward Hirsch, who is rapidly re
covering from an accident of a
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year ago. Mrs. Hirsch shared the
honors of the occasion with Mrs. S.
Jessup of Boise, Idaho, who is spend
ing the summer In Portland, and
Mrs. Knighton's mother, Mrs. E. E.
Waters of Salem.
The , guest list included Mrs.
George H. Burnett of Salem, Mrs.
Isaac Lee Patterson, Mrs. Alice
M. Crane, Mrs. A. B. Crbasman,
Mrs. M. A. Plamonaon, Mrs. j. j.
Mnmkv Mrs T T. Lownsdale. Mrs.
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McCulley, Mrs. F. H. Alliston ana
Mrs. E. E. McMahill assisted.
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J. Erwyn Mutcn who is leaving
soon for New York city. Mr. and
Mrsi Olmstead departed Friday for
an extended motor trip in British
rii.i anrl Mrs TT T. Matthews
were guests of Lieutenant-Colonel
and Mrs. Arthur W. Bradbury dur
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After a delightful visit in Cali
fornia, Mrs. Robert R. Rankin and
small daughters have returned to
MrSi Howard Charlton (V'Ona
Guthrie) was the inspiration for a
tea last Monday afternoon at which
Mrs. Delia Hahn Guerln was hostess.
Presiding over the tea urns were
Mrs. August Van Roosandael and
Mrs. Guy Porter.
A group of girls under the direc
tion of Miss Mayme Helen Flynn
presented an interesting programme
at the Mann home last evening. Spe
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board of directors and a group of
society folk. .Those who contributed
to the programme were Mrs. Thomas
Bailey (Bernice Mathiesen), Miss
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