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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1908)
SUNDAY, AUGU8T 9
THE MORNING ASTOllI AN, ASTORIA, OJIEGON.
;! Ataxia Society !
The piirl'T of ihc J'irst Methodist
Church of this city was the scene, of
mm h merriment, on last Tuesday
evening, when the niali? member of
the Kpworlh League entertained '.he
ladies with a humorous program. The
decoration were unique ami in keep
lug with the program ami tins jicrjic
trator thereof, consilium of cabbage,
onions cHrrot, h-ttuce, radishes,
gra, clover, dock iiml potato tops,
nil artistically arranged a only the
nun know how, The program con
nisicd f ong by a male quartette,
declamations, music by the 'gnW'h""
plione nml a laughable threcot
(Irama; at the conclusion nf the pro
gram, the ladic were escorted to the
dining room where an elaborate ban
quet of cven course wa served.
The table were beautifully decorated
with a profusion of flower, the menu
wan a follow: "Spring OlTcritiK," a
Kino of water with a straw; "Golden
tarf" tnanihinalluw ban; "ISJack
l?.yes," two black eherric tied with a
ribbon; "Irih Float." n glait of water
with n cork; "English Colonel
(Kernel)". English walnut; "Roose
velt 1'avorite," candy Teddy Hear.
Ice cream a la plank and tooth
pick. All present joined in voting the
evening' entertainment n one of the
swelled and most enjoyable event of
the caon, after singing "Good Night
l,tidic," every one went to their
home in a very happy humor,
Member of the Gateway Rebekah
Lodge No. 77 held their regular bi-(
monthly meeting on Friday evening
in their lodge room in the I. O. O.
F. building. There was a good at
tendance and the following officer
were installed, to hold office for the
niMiing term; Alma Laron, noble
grand; Retiey Knbcrg, vice grand;
Maymc Clinton, secretary; A Y. An
jleron. treasurer; Magdaline Laurid
Mn. warden; I'.elle linden, chaplain:
Maggie Younce. inside guardian;
l.en.i Smith, out-ode guardian; J, C.
Kline, R, S. N. C; Clara I. Ilob-scn,
h. S. N. G,; llilma retersoit, R. S. V.
0.; Laura Anderson, L. S. V. G. At
the conclusion of the tmsincM niect-
- r.f iti tiin wnfl
spent in a social manner, with music,
pleasant conversation and in the en
joyment of the excellent refreshments
The member of the United Arti
sans Lodge held a meeting on Friday
evening in the .A. 0. U. W. hall on
Ninth Mrect. Mr. Lulu M. Hayes of
Siokane who ha been in Astoria the
past month working in the interests
of-this organization.' i meeting with
marked success. On Monday,
17th, the lodge will hold a public
meeting in the A. O. U. W. hall and
entertain all friends. Dr. W. 0.
Manion of Portland will be present
and act a speaker of the evening. On
Wednesday evening, August 19th, a
launch will be chartered and the As
toria Lodge will go in a body to visit
the Artisan Lodge recently organized
at Chinook, and the team work will
be given by the visitors for the bene
fit of their hospitable entertainers.
The members of the Hirthday Club
of the Methodist Church and a num
ber of invited guests, in all, number
ing about 35 guests were most hos
pitably entertained on Wednesday
afternoon by Mrs. John Mattson at
her home on Commercial street.
Soon after the arrival of the ladies,
Mr. Mattson assisted by Mrs, Frank
;Lincnweber served an elaborate
luncheon. The decorations were bou
quets of flowers, the luncheon table
in sweet peas, The remainder of the
afteroon was spent in soeial conver
sation, the ladies having brought
their fancy work with them.
The members of the Baptists
Young Peoples' Union held their
regular monthly business meeting
and social at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. lluntemir, 27 Astor street on
Friday evening. There was. a good
attendance and every oik present
spent a very pleasant evening. At
the conclusion of the business meet
ing, the young people played games,
sang songs, had music and a general
good time. Light refreshments were
served before the guests left for
Mrs. Fred Sherman was hostess on
Thursday afternoon at her home on
Astor and First streets, for a yery
enjoyable meeting of the W. C. T. U.
Many of the members and friends of
the society were present, all enjoying
the unique program arranged for the
occasion, F.aeh gtict recited the
first declamation they delivered dur
ing their" school days, thereby cfming
great amusement. An excellent lunch
eon wat served during the afternoon.
The, Misses Eva Goodman, Kale
O'Connor, Kcta Marion and May
Mnflce, were the hoslcHne on Tues
day evening for a delightful lawn
party given at the St. Mary' clmrrh
grounds, which were Jecoraicd (or
the occasion with string of Chinese
lantern Ice cream and cuke were
served at small table placed in con
venient coy corner. Latrr the
guest spent some time in darning in
the adjoining hall.
The National Association in.UiM-rr
town wa the scene of a delightful
dancing party on Tuesday evening
last given by the "Merry Widow,"
Twenty three couple were present
and spent cvcral very happy h"iir.
Refreshment consisting of ice cream
and cake were served by the young
ladle during the evening. Mr. Na
thanicl Tallant and Mr. Howard L.
Knight were the chaperon on this
Mr, George II, Sanborn and Mrs.
Frank II, Sanborn who have been
giving a series of parties during the
last few week; at the home of the
former, on Grand avenue, completed
the serie on Friday afternoon Inst.
The Sanborn home witt beautifully
decorated for this delightful occasion,
with roses and sweet pea, the color
scheme being pink and white, Fifty
guest were in attendance and were
charmingly entertained. Five hundred
wa played, the prize fafling to the
lot of Mr, McConncl of California
who i visiting with her daughter
Mrs. A. A. Finch.
Mrs, T. S. Cornelius entertained the
member of the "Old Ladies' Club"
on last Tuesday afternoon and even
ing; with a "tally ho" ride to and
from her home on the Walhiski.
During their stay at the hospitable
country home of their host they
were royally entertained. Mrs. Me
C.ladrey of Kugene and Miss Hardie
of Portland were out of town guests
present on this occasion.
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Mr. and Mr. W .E. Schimpff, Mrs.
W. E. Tallant and Miss Tallant who
arc spendng several weeks camping
at John Day, delightfully entertained
a party of Astoria friends for several
hours this past week. The party left
the city on the 6:10 train returning at
The member of the Christian En
deavor Society of the Second Presby
terian Church of this city spent a
very enjoyable evening at the home
r,f Mr. I. A. R.mnels on Thursday.
The occasion being a lawn party, the
refreshments served were water
melons, to which the happy crowd
did full justice.
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The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Norwegian-Danish Methodist church
was pleasantly entertained on Wed
nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Bringdal on Commercial street.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bierback and
daughter, of Honolulu, arrived in As
toria yesterday afternoon to visit
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Stuart arc
entertaining Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
ITegardt who arc in the city for a
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
First Memorial Lutheran Church was
entertained on Thursday afternoon
lost at the home of Mrs. Charles
lloerlke at Smith's Poiiit. There was
a large attendance and a pleasant
profitable' afternoon was spent. The
refreshments were served on the
lawn under the shade trees...
Mr, Oscar Borg, of Hcppner, Ore..
who has been spending several weeks
at Seaside, is in the city the guest of
his sister, Mrs.' M. A. Swopc. ,
The members of' the Pastime Club
were entertained on Thursday after
noon last at the home of Mrs. Oscar
M. Simington, on Irving avenue and
Seventeenth street. ,
Captain and Mrs, C. S. Gumlcrson,
happily celebrated their 25th or silver
wedding anniversary on Friday, at
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Many friends called during the day
and offered felicitations and well
wishes and a number of congratula
tory cables and telegrams were re
ceived from friends in Europe and
different parts of this country,
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Dr. Carlisle of St. Petersburg, Rus
sia, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Car
lisle of Locksley Hall, Seaside. Dr.
Carlisle is resident dentist for the
Imperial family of Russia and occu
pies a suite in the Czar palace.
Rev. C. C. Rarick has returned from
Collins Springs, where he has been
sojourning for the benefit of his
health. He still walks with the aid
of crutches but hopes to be able to
discard them soon,
Mrs. Frederick Barker and daugh
ters, the Misses Gertrude, Sara and
Beatrice Darker have returned from a
vacation spent in the vicinity of Mt.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. R. Burke and
daughter, , of Cathlamet. are in the
city for a brief visit.
Mrs. Charles Goddard entertained
at her home on East Franklin avenue,
Thursday afternoon last wi(h a five
Miss Inez Himtemir arrived the
early part of the week from North
Dakota to make her home in As
toria. She will teach the coming year
in the city schools.
Miss Edith Benson is spending her
summer vacation at Seaside.
Mr. L. J. Carlson and wife and son
of Stanford leave Monday for a two
weeks' stay at Seaside.
Mr. A. R. Johnson and wife will
spend a couple of weeks at Seaside.
Miss Amy Rannells spent the week
at Seaside as the guest of Mrs. Wm.
The watermelon social of the' Sec
ond Presbyterian Church on Thurs
day evening was a decided success,
both socially and financially. About
70 young people were present. The
watermelon contest was won by Miss
Mrs. Marshall of Oakland is visit
ing her cousin, .Miss Jessie Kilman.
Miss Grace Stokes and her guest,
Miss Phoebe Binney, of California,
and Miss Elsie Elmore are at Red
Rock Cottage, Cannon Beach, for a
two weeks' outing.
Misses Margaret and Winnifred Hig
gins are spending a week at the Glen
Warren cottage at Elk Creek and
Miss Mary Berry entertained 'the
members, of the Saturday Afternoon
Club at her home on Irving avenue
Miss Maysie Foster, of Portland,
who has been the guest of Miss Lucy
Morton for the past two weeks re
turned to her home on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Griffin and
family arc at their cottage at Can
non Beach for the balance of the
MU. Ida Wahlgren has gone to
Portland for an extended visit with
relatives and friends.
Miss Jessie Sands has returned
home from a vacation trip to Yaquina
Misses May Utzinger, Bess Reed
and Mary Berry will spend two
weeks . at Elk Creek and Cannon
Beach, the guests of Mrs. L. Man
Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Gilbert and
children and Mrs. A. D. Garner and
fani'ly will leave t'--.or'y part of the
week for a two weeks' outing at
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Miss Nell and Grace Davis are
spending, their vacation at Seaside.
Miss' Lena Tawney of PorthnJ
formerly of this, city, spent some
little time here yesterday, en .route
to Seaside for an outing.
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