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THE SUXDAT OltEGONIAN, PORTLAND, JTCJXE 25, 1922
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with orange blossoms, ferns and buffet supper was served. Mrs.
roses. Virgil Ishara, pianist, played I William Drapeau cut the iceB and
a delightful programme, which pre
ceded the ceremony, and was assist
ed by Mrs. James White, Louis
Guion Drake and Marguerite Lee.
Mr. Wheeler sang the effective
"Venetian Love Song" (Nevin) and
Virgil Isham played Mendelssohn's
The bride was prettily gowned
in- blue and whita taffeta, with inde.
structible voile and pearls. She car-
Mrs. Herbert Cook poured. After
wedding trip, the young couple will
make their home in Bend, where Mr.
dishing is located in business. "
' Burna-Ashton, '
The marriage of Miss Edith Ro
berta Burns and Charles Rice Ash
ton took place Sunday, June 18, at
2:30 at the Tangent South Methodist
Episcopal church, in the presence of
ried a shower bouquet of Cecil Brun- i relatives and a few intimate friends.
After the - ceremony thjridal
party and guests were entertained
by Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Zimmerman
at their residence in East Morrison
street. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler will
be at home to their 4nany friends
after October 1 at "Twin Pines,?
Clackamas county. ":
Mary Jeannette Haas, daughter of
Mrs. Otto Keller and . Albert F.
Servas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Servas of Gladstone, were married
at the Third Baptist, church Monday
evening. The impressive Ting cere
mony was read by 'Rev. R. E. Close,
executive secretary of the Portland
Council of Churches, In the presence
of one of the largest audiences that
ever assembled in the church audi
torium. . '
The violinists, Misses Gwendolyn
Roberts and Marie Eccles, played
"Barcarolle," by Hoffman, accom
panied by Lauren Sykes ' at ihe
MiS9 Vivian- Pinegar sang "At
Dawning" and "I Love You Truly."
, The bride wore a gown of import
ed French crepe, a veil of tulle fes
tooned with orang'e blossoms and
carried a bouquet k.of white roses,
lilies of the valley and -sweet peas
in shower. She was attended by her
two sisters, the MisseB .Alice and
La Verne Haas, as maid of honor and
bridesmaid. The maid of honor
wore a gown of orchfd and silver
changeable taffeta, a silver wreath
and carried a bouquet of rainbow
sweet peas ir. shower. The brides
maid wore a gown of pink taffeta, a
silver wreath and carried a bouquet
of rainbow sweet peaa in shower.
The three flower girls were little
Loisel Haas' of Sheridan, Alice Nel
son and Roberta Barnes . of this
city. Their dresses were of pink
organdy and tbey carried baskets
filled with pink sweet peaa Wilma
Lee acted as ring bearer and carried
ha -inn- in n sialic - Hlv
I Mr. Servas was attended by his
brother,. Randolph Servas, and
Charles Calkins. Herman" Keller,
Harry Werner, Lorenxo Pike and
Earl Green acted as ushers.
A reception followed at the
church. Members of the . family
were received at the home of the
bride later. Covers were laid for 40
The young couple will make tneir
home in Gladstone.
A wedding of interest last Satur
day week was that -of Miss Louise
Watson and John Hicklin Smith at
St. Paul's Episcopal church at Ore
gon City, Rev. Mr. Clellan perform
ing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Smith left for British Columbia and
on their return will reside at the
PIONEERS CELEBRATE THEIR GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY "WITH
(Continued From Page 5.)
of cards. The radio concert given
by W. P. Hawley was immenselyen-
Guests included: Mr. and Mrs. P. J.fl
Gray, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Stahl, J. H.
Sellick, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Robin
son, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Siegner, Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Hanks, Mr. and Mrs.
E. P. Thom, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. A. E.J
Mrs. Hugo J. Carlson proved a
charming hostess Thursday, when
Redeemer parish, Vancouver avenue
and Portland boulevard, Wednesday
evening, at 8:lo o'clockr-
Admission will be by apron. Each
person will be presented with
miniature apron in the pocket of
which is to be deposited a penny
for every inch the guest's waist
measures. " The nan and the woman
with the largest waist will receive
The annual picnic of ex-residents
of Elgin, 111., will be held at Laurel
hurst park next Wednesday. All
Elginites are invited to attend and
she entertained with a luncheon. take their-luncheon. Supper will be
Ferns and roses decorated the
rooms. The table was beautified
with a centerpiece of pink roses and
cards of the same design were
placed for the following guests:
Mrs. L. Wegner, Mrs. H. Spieler,
Mrs. Vincent, Mrs. G. Seaburg, Mrs.
R. Cox, Mrs. J. Noren, Mrs. C. J.
Carlson, Mrs. O. Baumgarden and
the hostess' sister, Mrs. 3. Coffman
and daughter, Janei of Astoria, who
were here for the Rose Festival.
The annual frolic for the girls of
the St. Johns branch of the Y. W. C.
A. was held at the clubhouse Satur
day night. ..-
The programme for the evening
was In the bands of 20 high school
girls, members of the Ratabow club,
who. presented the operetta "Flo
rinda." Witches and fairies danced
and sang, interpreting the story of
the little girl, Florinda, who was
etolen by the witches and later res
cued through the aid of the fairy
band that found the rose of pearl
which broke the witches? charm
Colorful costumes, garlands of
roses, graceful dancers and parts
well taken all contributed to the
success of the entertainment. The
cast of the play was: Fairy queen,
Alma Markwart; queen of the
.witches, Laura Rogers: Florinda.
Elizabeth Blue; brother of Florinda,
Beth Boomsluiter. A short musical
programme preceded the iplay.
A farewell party was given Tues
day night at the home of Carl Muel
ler, 10 West Emerson street, in
honor of Hal Barrows and- Arthur
Leonhard, who have left for the east
to spend several . months with their
parents. The guests enjoyed games,
dancing and songs by Mr. H. M.
Dunlap. Among those present were:
William Fromme, Miss Stephen, Miss
M. Waginl, Miss E." Wagini, Arthur
Jacobs, Hal Barrows, Arthur Leon
hard, Mrs. H M. Dunlap, Carl Muel
ler, Herbert Jobs, Mrs. O. Erickson,
Miss Betty Weber, Miss Eileen Re-
ber, Mr. and Mrs. T. Mueller and Mr.
A house party has been held at
the attractive new houseboat home
of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Briggs at Hoi
gate moorage. They have enter
tained their guests with motor boat
ing. swimming, surf board riding
ana canoeing. Tne guests were the
Misses Alice Finnell and Nora Price
of Portland and Richard Jones and
Arthur Hugh of Spokane.
Nomads of Avraduka Rose City
bantna jno. it, Detter known as the
Lady Dookies, will hold their first
ceremonial Friday night. The offi
cers will exemplify the beautiful
teachings of love and loyalty. Many
neophytes throughout Oregon and
Washington will witness the play.
Thomas Dowling, master of cere
monies, has had many rehearsals
and the officers have- their work
letter perfect. The visiting nomads
will be taken to all points of in
terest in our beautiful city of roses,
after which all will attend a ban
quet prepared at the Hotel Seward.
A dance on the pleasure boat Swan
tias been arranged for tomorrow
evening by th woman's progiress-ive
unit for members of the Laurelhurst
club and their friends. Music w,il
be by Hobbs" orchestra. The boat
will leave the east approach of the
Monrison street bridge at 8:30
An apron and card party will be
given by the Altar society of Holy
served at 6:30 o'clock.
Scout Young auxiliary, U. S. W. V.
will give a benefit card party on
the' pleasure boat Swan Tuesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Hand-made
prizes will be given.
A pretty church wedding was
solemnized at wh.ich Miss Hulda M.
Kehrli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
M. Kehrli, became the bride of Rev,
Frank E. Stucki, on Wednesday
evening, June 14, at the Reformed
church at Hillsdale. The bride was
given in marriage by her father.
The ring ceremony was performed
by Rev. G. Hafner, pastor of the
First Reformed church of Portland.
To Lohengrin's wedding march.
played by Mrs. William Amos, the
bridal party entered. Miss Marie
Lehmann was maid of honor and
Miss Lydia Trachsel, cousin of the
bride, was bridesmaid. Frank
Kehrli, brother of the bride, was
best man. The ushers were Werner
Kehrli and Herman Freiheit-
The bride was attired in an at
tractive white gown, of canton
crepe and her tulle veil was adorned
with orange blossoms. She carried
a shower bouquet of bride's roses
and lilies of the valley. The maid
of- honor's gown was of apricot taf
feta. The bridesmand wore a gown
of apple green taffeta. Both wore
head bands of silver leaves and
carried bouquets of sweet peas and
roses. Preceding the ceremony, Miss
Bertha Frelheit sang "I Love You
Truly," accompanied by Mrs. Amos.
Following the ceremony a reception
was held in the church parlor which
was decorated with pink roses and
greenery. 'About 250 guests at'
tended. After a brief visit to the
Oregon beaches', Mr. and Mrs. Stucki
will make their home in La Crosse,
One of the most beautiful wed
dings of the season was that of Miss
Hazel Loyd and E. ' S. Rent ro of
Pendleton, Sunday afternoon at the
East Side Baptist church. Dr. Hinson
read the ring service.
Preceding the ceremony, Mrs.
Eleanor Stockton sang "O, Promise
Me." and Miss Dorothy Wickham,
"Beloved, It Is Morn." Miss Hulda
Faust was organist.
The bride wore a creation of white
organdie and filet lace, with white
picture hat, and carried a shower
bouquet of lilies of the valley and
Miss Lucile Loyd, sister of the
bride, her .attendant, wore apricot
organdie, with picture hat to match,
and carried a large bouquet of sweet
peas. Adolph Berg was best man.
A reception for the bridal party
and intimate friends was held at
the home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
Daisy Loyd, in Rose City park.
The bri6 attended Northwestern
university in Evanston, 111., and is a
member of Alpha Omicron Pi. The
bridegroom has been associated with
the Union Pacific system for several
The young couple left for Califor
nia forf a . short honeymoon, after
which they will be at home in Pen
dleton.' ' -
Simplicity, marked' the unique and
beautiful weddihg .Tuesday night,
June SO, wlien .Miss Anna C. Naeve
became the bride of Roy Marion
Wheeler, at 436 -,437 Washington
building, Dr, "Thomas Gallagher of
the Sunnyside Methodist Episcopal
church officiating. , ;
-The rooms were tastily decorated
Tuesday night, at 8 o'clock Miss
Ruth Steele and Dr. Edmund Padden
were married at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. E.
Steele, Rev. George Cromley, pastor
of the Presbyterian church, offi
dating. The home was beautifully
decorated for the occasion.
M. Earl Wilson of Portland was
best man, and Miss Zella Steele, sis
ter of the bride, was bridesmaid.
Flower girls were Gene Hewitt and
Marion Fuller. Miss Elizabeth
Tryon played the wedding march,
and Dr. Ostrohome of Portland
sang "At Dawning."
The bride is a graduate of Oregon
Agricultural College and has been a
teacher in the schools at Milwaukie
for the last twq years. The bride
groom iook r.is aegree as hi. u. ai
the University of Oregon this comr
mencement, but has been in prac
tice and hospital service at Port
land for the last two or three years.
They will make their home in Port
land, where Dr. Padden will practice.
One of the prettiest June weddings
solemnized in Portland was that of
Miss Charlotte Bladorri of Portland
and Clarence L. Eid, city recorder of
Canby, at the ."home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
William Bladorn of 4427 Forty-first
street Southeast, Portland, Tuesday
nignt, June au, o ciock.
The Bladorn home was beautifully
decorated for the occasion, when
roses and other cut flowers were
used. ' ,
The wedding, march was played by
iyira. la. v. viiirii cts me . ui luiai party
entered the living room, and pre
ceding the bridal party was the
flower girl, Carol Crain. The brides
maids were Miss Mildred Boon of
Portland and Miss Florence Gill of
Gresham. The best men were H. W.
Bladorn of Portland and Melvin Eid
brother of the bridegroom, of Canby.
The marriage ceremony was per
formed by Rev. W. J. Moore of
Salem, son of Rev. and Mrs. Boyd
Moore of this city. A reception fol
lowed the ceremony, '
Attending were. Rev. and Mrs.
"V. J. Moore of Salem; Mr. arid Mrs.
L. V. Crain of Portland, Mr. and
Mrs. Avon Jesse of Canby, Rev. and
Mrs. E. Sutton Mace of Portland,
Miss Florence Gill of Gresham, Miss
Mildred Boon, H. W. Bladorn, Mr.
and Mrs. William Boon, Dr. W. O.
Boon, Mrs. E. A. Gill of Portland,
Gerald Blair, Melvin Eid, Theodore
Eid, Norman Eid, Mr. and Mrs. John
Eid of Canby, Mr. and Mrs. William
Bladorn of Portland, Miss Mary E.
Eyre of Salem, Miss Mildred Tuft of
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; Miss Olive
Parrington, Portland; Homer F.
Kelly, Miss Mary Faulk, Carol Crain
of Portland, C. F. Smith of Clacka
mas. - -
Mr. and Mrs. Eid will epend their
honeymoon at1 Seaside and, upon
their return, they- will make their
home in Canby.
The bride is well known in Can-by,
where she taught in the grammar
school, recently completing her
duties there. , '
' EUGENE, Or., June 24. (Special.)
- Dr. Ira, A. Manville, an interne at
Good Samaritan hospital of Port
land, and Miss Grace Denney, a
nurse in the same institution, were
married at the home of Dr. Man
ville's brother, Floyd Manville, in
Eugene Wedensday night, in the
presence of a few intimate friends.
Rev. C. E. Dunham, pastor of the
First Baptist chur-ch, performed the
ceremony.. Dr. and rMrs. Manville
will be in Eugene for a few days
before returning to Portland.
The wedding of Miss Tonenia
Breedlove and Don Alonzo Cushing
of Bend was solemnized Wednesday
evening at the home of fcie parents,
Mr. and 'Mrs.' Albert Breedlove.
Father Warin Waite performed the
ceremony. The bride was gowned in
white canton crepe and carried a
shower bouquet- Her attendant was
Miss Myrtle Anainlo and the best
man was Hesden Metcalff. A re
ception followed the service, and a
The service was read by Rev. Mr.
Moore, pastor of the church. .
A simple but effective ring cere
mony was used. Little Betty Conn,
in a pale pink organdie dress, held
the bride's bouquet.
The church was artistically deco
rated with wild larkspur, seafoam
and Caroline Testout roses.
James Jenks sang "O Promise
Me" preceding the ceremony. Mrs.
P. W. Jenks played Mendelssohn's
wedding march. The bride was at
tractively attired in a blue and gray
combination of silk canton crepe
and picture hat, carrying a shower
bouquet of Cecil Brunner roses and
sweet peas: After the ceremony" a
reception was held at the bride's
home, .- .
i .Refreshments were served while
congjatulations were showered upon
the happy couple. Miss Carrie San
ders caught the bridal bouquet.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Burns of near Al
bany. She Is a popular girl and
has many friends in- Albany, where
she has taught for the last three
years. -. ' . .
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Ashton. who live
near Tangent. He is a graduate of
Albany high school and attended
Oregon Agricultural college. Mr.
and - Mrs. Ashton left on a honey
moon trip to Belknap by automo
They will make their home in
about two weeks on'their farm near
The guest list included: Mr. arid
Mrs. L. -O. Hansen, sister of the
bride, and two sons; Mrs. A. F. Ash
ton, 'Miss Lena Asljton, Mr. and Mrs.
H. O. Setterberg and sons. Mr, and
Mrs. S. R. James, Miss Lillian and
Lowell James, Miss Zilpha Rosen, all
of Portland; Miss Le Velle Wood,
Ctrvallis; Miss Josephine Heffly,
Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. John Whit
aker and son, Lebanon; Mr. and Mrs.
Dair Ashton, Marshfield; Mr. and
Mrs. M. Senders and son Ralph, Miss
Carrie Senders, Mr. and Mrs. R. P.
Howard and daughter Maxine, Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Bonnell and son, Mr.
and Mrs. Vern Howard, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Howard and on Bobbie,
Mrs. Dora Howard, all of Albany;
Misses Agnes and Marie Mahoney,
Misses Florence, Hallie, Jessie, Le
tha, Volena and Mary Lee Jenks,
Mrs. Rova Conn and daughter Betty,
Mrs. Ella McFarland, Lester McFar-
land, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jenks,
James Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Jenks and son, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce
Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Isrell
and son, Mr. and Mrs. G. Swatzke,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ashton and
daughter, Miss Hazel; Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Burns and daughter, Miss
Lois; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ashton and
tnree daughters, all of Tangent,
The marriage of Miss Edith Lewis
and Albert G. Ervin Jr. was held
last Thursday night at the home of
the bride s parents. Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Lewis, 604 East Ankeny
The service was read by Rev. Levi
Jonnson in the presence of immedi
ate relatives of tne young couple.
Mr. ,, and Mrs. Ervin will make
their home in Portland, where they
nave many friends.
A very pretty wedding occurred
Wednesday night, June 21, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C.
Monnich, 4144 Twenty-seventh
avenue, Southeast, when their
daughter, Norma Lillian, was united
in marriage to Robert J. Hardy. Rev.
G. W. Nlson performed the cere
mony . in the presence of a large
number of relatives and friends.
Miss Agatha Esswien played thje
wedding march from "Lohengrin."
The bride was handsomely gowned
in white crepe de chine combined
with lace. Her tulle veil was bound
with a circle of orange blossoms.
and she carried a shower bouquet'of
wmte sweet peas. Miss Ruth Nel-1
son, maid of honor, wore a gown of
blue organdie and carried pink
sweet peas. 1
The bridesmaid, Miss Esther
Hardy, was dressed in pink geor
gette and' carried pink sweet peas.
Chester Monnich acted as best man.
An. out-of-town guest was the bride's
grandfather, Chester Chorpening,
from Benton Harbor, Mich. Refresh
ments were served. The bride was
the ; recipient of many beautiful
wedding gifts. After a short trip
to California points, the young
couple will make their, 'home in
Portland. . '
The wedding of Miss Wilhelmina
Zahr and Roland B. Park was sol
emnized Wednesday at 8 P. M. at
the Centenary-Wilbur Methodist
The ceremony was read by Dr.
Charles M. MacCaughey In the
presence of relatives and imme-
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MR, AND MRS,
Mason and an ardent church
m&n rjnrine- thft SnanlRh-American
Lneir war hn orvlfRtod an a nrivflti nftAr.
Last Friday evening O. V. Badley grand lodge of Idaho and attended
honored his mother and father, Mr. as grand representative of the spv
.a -Mr. n i. Rorfiv with . r-. ereign grand lodge 14 sessions. He
ception at his home, 614 East Main
street. The occasion, was
golden wedding anniversary. Many wards receiving the commission of
J friends called during the evening to first lieutenant.
I extend their congratulations and - Mr. and Mrs. Badley are the par
best wishes. Mr. and Mrs. Badley ents of six children, four of whom
have resided in Portland for the last
four years. - 1
Mr. Badley has been active in pol
itics for many years, having been
member of the Idaho legislature.
are living. They are Mr. O. V. Bad
ley- of Portland, J. E. Badley, also
of this city; Mrs. E. J. Payne of
Boise, Idaho; Mrs. Burt L. Dudley
of Caldwell, Idaho. . They are the
He was also grand master of the grandparents of 14 grandchildren.
diate friends of the bridal cor-Ve.
"O, Promise Me" was sung, by Mrs.
George Reiser .
The bride wore a lovely gown of
white crepe satin, trimmed ' with
pearl beads. A long tulle veil fes
tooned with' orange blossoms com
pleted her attractive costume.
The bridesmaid Miss Bernlce Gar
land wore a gown of pale blue crepe
de chine, trimmed with pearls.
Frank W. Eastman was beet man.
After the ceremony a reception was
given at the home of R, H. Zink.
The couple will make' their home
in this cityv
Fossil, Or., June 24. (Special.)
Ruth Davis last1 Saturday became
the bride of Carl Metteer. Both are
studentsin the'Whefler county high
school here. Rev. T. J. Hazelton of
the Methodist chnrch officiated. Mr.
and Mrs. Metteer will make their
home on the. Metteer ranch Qn Pine
Miss Frances Kingsley became
the bride of Harry E. Smith on Sat
urday at the home of her mother,
Mrs. Arthur J. Kingsley, Mrs.
Frederick E. Leefe, a sorority sister
of the bride, played the wedding
march. Dean H. M. Ramsey of
ficiated at the ceremony.
The bride wore a gown of white
canton crepe. aVd carried a shower
bouquet of white sweet peas and
pink Cecil Binner roses. Mrs.
Lula H. Miller, , matron of honor,
wore a gown of white net and car
ried pink carnations,
i Dr. Clarence A. Miller was best
man. . The house-' was beautifully
decorated with palms, ferns and
large baskets of flowers, v . .
SOCIETY PERSONALS. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hall visited
Hillsboro last Sunday. t
. .Mrs. E. C. Price of The Dalles is
Lspending some time in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Newcastle have
returned from a motor trip in Cali
fornia. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Cohn with
their party are spending a few days
at Tia Juana.
Richard Neil of Boise, Idaho, vis
ited Miss Monpier on bis way to
Ocean Park. Wash.
Miss Cleo Haack. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. L. G. Haack, left Mondaj
night for Los Angeles for a thret
months' visit with friends. She also
will visit San Diego ad Catalina
S. Morton Cohn of Los Angeles
and Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohen of
New York are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Metzger.
Mr. "and Mrs. O. J. W. Burg of
Spokane visd-ted at the Hill Military
academy, where their sons, Robert
Button and Nathan Burg, are cadets.
.Dr. and Mrs. George W. Schmidt
and son are spending some time in
their cottage at Gearhart. ohn
and Theodore Kruse are visiting
Mrs. Adolph H..Rebe and Gilbert
Rebe motored to - Neah-Kah-Nie
beach Wednesday, f They will spend
the- summer months -there in Sea
Crest cottage. -, , ' .
Mrs. L. M. ; Webster and son
Charles of Lo Angeles arrived
during the week "and are the guests
of Mrs. J. K. Havely, 715 East
Mii and Mrs. Myer Kallen had as
their dinner guests last 'Sunday Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Usinger of Milwau
kee, Wis., who stopped over in Port
land from the Shriners' convention
at San Francisco. , -
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ball are re
ceiving congratulations on the ar
rival June 19 of a grandson, Hilary
Herbert Crawford Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. H.x Crawford (Doris
Ball) of San Francisco.
Among the former college folk
who visited Portland .friends the
past week were the Misses Mamie
and Genevieve Cunning, graduates
of the Oregon Agricultural college,
and members of a promlneat family
of Baker, Or. They left later in the
week for Seaside. J
Miss Dorothy Frbsser -left Port
land Friday over the Canadian Pa
cific road for a three months' vaca
tion, " visiting England, Belgium,
France and Switzerland, sailing
from New York June 23 on the
steamer Olympic V to Southampton
and returning on the same vessel
August .24 from Southampton.
Mrs. Gertrude May Meyer of this
city has recently received news
from London, England, that her
sister. Miss Irene Cooper Willis, is
the first woman barrister admitted
to practice at the English bar. Her
father, the late Edward Cooper
Willis, was well known in the legal
Miss Helen Harper, violinist and
student in the University of Ore
gon, has returned to -her home in
this city. She is a former pupil of
Franck G. Eichenlaub and a mem
ber of the-Alpha Dfelta Pi, Mu Phi
Epsilon and Kwam sororities. She
is well known in, musical and social
circles, both here and in Eugene
Among those registered at the
Shasta Springs hotel at Shasta
Springs, Cal., are the following Port
landers: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rasmus-
sen. Miss Jennie Rasmussen, H. D.
Rasmussen, R. M.
Phillips, who was a popular member
of the younger set. JIany pleasant
affairs will be giyen In her honor, "f
Wednesday Mrs. H. Kerble of 232
Floral avenue was hostess at: a.
luncheon to a cotetie of friends in
compliment to Mrs: Joe Graham-of
Mountain View. Cal., a house guest
of Mrs. John C. Holste. t
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graham hava
motored here from Mountain View; '
Cal. Mrs. Graham was formerly
Dorothy Bartholomew. They have
been the- guests of Mr. and Mrs.,'
John C. Holste of Irvington. The
party motored on the highway and .,
were entertained at puncheon at the .
Gorge hotel. A Bupper-dance was -given
at the Portland hotel "honor--ing
the guests. , ': ! ;
A number of Portland people mo-,
tored to Hood River Sunday for the
wedding there at the home of Mr.'
and Mrs. Forrest L. More of Marston
C. Hussong and Miss Hazel Block,
both of Astoria. Mrs. More is the
cousin of the bride. The couple will
make their home in Astoria after a
short wedding trip. Mr. Hussong is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hus
song of Medford. The parents q
the bride rfeside in South Dakota.-
Visitors in the city for the Rose
Festival were Mrs. H. G. Berg-
lund and two little daughters, Caro
lyn Rose and Margery Fay, from
Tillamook. They will Bpend the next
ten days with Dr. and Mrs. John
Berglund, 1344 Sandy boulevard.
Mrs. Berglund has always lived in
Portland and just recently moved
to Tillamook, where Mr. Berglund
accepted a position with the Tilla
mook Lumber company. . .
Dan H. Quimby and Frank CL."
Taylor have arrived to spend the
summer vacation with their respec
tive families. Both young men are
of the theatrical profession. Mr.
Quimby was with Comstock and
Gest's "Aphrodite production last,
season and has returned from a six;
months' theatrical tour in the Orient-
Mr. Taylor is a pianist who
has been doing concert work in
the east and in Los Angeles. They
will return east in September. : ;v
FRATERNAL NOTES. ;
Mount Hood circle No. 151, Neigh
bors of Woodcraft, held a successful
apron party last Tuesday evening,
balloted on two applications and
initiated one candidate into the mys
teries of woodcraft. Next Tuesday
there will be a swap party. Cam
paign closes on June 30 with a meet
ing of all circles with Multnomah
circle on that date. There are sev.
eral prizes to be given and Mount
Hood want3 to capture at least one
of them. .
The Golden Ribbon club, made up
of the cadet team of Oregon AssemT
bly No. 1, will give a pie social
Thursday night at the W. O. :Wv
temule. 128 Eleventh street. A pie
Rasmussen, Mr. i will 'be the admission price for the
and Mrs. A. Atiyeh, Henry Theile 1 women. Coffee will be served by
and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. Lewis the committee. There will be a short
Mead, George W. Mead and Frank 1. 1 entertainment drill followed by
Ball and family. ! dancing and cards. All of the young
Mr, and Mrs. C. F. Booth and son women of the team will act as a
Tommy of Tupelo, Miss., arrived I committee on the floor. The pro
Tuesday moniing for an extended j ceeds of the evening will be used by
visit at the home of Mrs. Booth's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Phillips
of Rose City Park. Mrs. Booth will
be remembered as Miss Dorothy
the team to defray expenses at the
Artisan conclave to be held at
Woodburn, July 3 and 4. AH Ar
tisans and their friends are invited.
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