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c::tla!Id. 'cuhday- I.IOKNII.G, ".OCTOBER 10, 1:13.
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Met Leach, )
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the p 1 !. ' 4l)i
vviood I iotv'i won' tU.) honors at
Mra 11, Daniel' -if-.sts'1 were:
: McliuBM, MlBH Kdltll V0i'-- .
i Javina fcif-nfield. l ern.
prtson, MIbb Fhllomene I
Mgittfi. Jltlaa Harrl
. i lit airs xoyai iviuuuriue,"
Mr. , 4lJtTV the'gueM or
topi) 'nov. -informal ailair
is' look-l -rry attractive
make , owera ar;U 1 : i h, und the
. ' ja ' gpent - with muiilo and
txi , . uu.s." ""Those who 'contributed mimic
'U'fTor th pl"sure of the giir-Ms were: ir.
jji.T'y a,nd JMra.. ltray, miss .miiu Larr ana i-.r-vnest
llorrla. Among those who enjoyed
.' ''AlB Jbinaiey 4ipiumy wore; iui.
Vre, A.Mrs. Ellltfo Rogers, Mr. and Mrs.
"'''jfward Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Bray, Miss
.. Ann jj.raeni Alls a Nan Hunter, miss
Naney - ltllllngsworth, Mlea Mae Mor-
.Tim,- B. N.: Hoff, O. H. Rookie. Frank
Hart, Eernear Morris and George H.
r,f-...--.; - . if'-"
S" "William'' -Burgard - arrived Thursday
'from Eugene to epend the week end with
',-i:- i" " ; .--t v -Vif V I
;.' .'" Misa Mae HopVind spent lest week end
-.vwlth; her parents,' Mr. ini Urlr peorge
if, Hopkins; Mtas liopklna la a teacher
;, or Engiieh in the Salem hlgn school,
Z: JLaat Saturday Miss Nancy Killings
: worth entertained In a very delightful
'- manner for the pleaeure of Mlaa Hop
klnaVftook'waa the diversion of the
V" evening, Mies Kllllngsworth'a guests
l-wertr: -Mtaa Hopkins, Mlaa Ma Morrla,
J , Mlaa Nan Hunter. Mr. and Mra. Mul
' ;i heron, Mr. and Mra. Dlllen Bogers, Mr.
and Mrar Richard Morris. Mrs. J. tt Nol-
' . ta, aeorge Hopkins nd Earnest Morrla.
Presbyterian' church met at tha boaM
; hi Airs, coimoari tuarria uavini id
Roia City Park. .Durlnsf the evening
Jiiea Ether Sluseer and Mlaa Ruby Scott
t sang in a very pleaain manner for the
:T-pleaaure of th gueata. The-girls are
'very Dusy now making nowera for dec
orating, and practicing for the Japanese
. fete which- they ara planning to. give
r.-Jn November., - - r---.. .
v-! ," Mr. and Mrs. I. J.- Mulheron enter-
' ' tained with a delightfully informal ven-
ing last Wednesday, at their home. 1201
Missouri avenue. Three tablea of 'rook''
- were mad up. Among s thoaa present
ware; Mlaa Nancy Killings worth.-, Mlaa1
-Nan Hunter, Misa Mae Morris. Miss Fay
' , Jjinoiey, Miss Lulu Carr, Mrs. J. H.
, ' Nolta, Mr. and Mra,-DUlen Rogers. Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Morrla, Ernest Morrla,
.. ueorg uopkina ana John Hunter.
ii-.- i r- , -: flST - A.- r.''
, f. Mrs. Harrison Whiting was the Ihapl-
- ration for surprise party given by the
, ladles of th Walnut Park eewlng oluB
. on Thursday afternoon. .After a cosy
axternoon spent in sewing, dainty r'
freshments were served. Th6se present
were: Mrs. Nolta, Mrs. MoKenste, Mrs.
.-' Braford. Mrs. Monkera. Mra. Berkey.
- Mlaa Josslyn, Mrs. Kerr, Mrs. Kelly
no Mra. smith. . -
The Ladles' Aid of the Patton U m
'- rvhurcti vlll have a Very unique, enter
tamment called "A - Trio Around the
nj World," next yrldair evening. The traina
: . will start from the church every JO tnln-
; utes, and a conductor will be in charge
' or each, train. The affair is eagerly
' an tie! pated by the members and their
, Mrs. H. A. Collins announces the mar
, . rlaga of her daughter, Miss Carrie Col
, , llnav. and Jn W. Keever, which took place
last week in , Vancouver, Wash. - The
wedding was at high, noon on Monday,
uccote it and wu a very eimpl-f
,-falrk only the immediate family being
. present Mr. and tir. Keever left on
s' mi wer v
uita. JtlSt. : i
i 1"..iT riny . ,
Beaver for San Francisco, where
Afiiv win mova fhjiiv ruttirM hAm,.J xri
v JCeever's family are old residents of!
Portland and she will. Joe greatly missed
: . by her host of riends here. Mr, Keever
' ; Is looked upon as one .of the beet aw
jthoriUes on wireless affairs in the Unit
' ,)d States navy, and has had charge of
; ithe equipping of wireless stations along
ihe Chinese coast for the paat year. -
-. Mra. Kearney was hostess last week
at her home. H79 Missouri avenue, in
' Collins and oe: Keever.
'tT nouse was very artistically decked
v,'wlth masses of autumn-foliage,. and the
', evening waa spent in games and music.
, Among those present were: Mr. and
;Mrs. Mlmm. Mr. and Mra. . Oscar Tu-
.,'!. 'iant, Mr; and Mra. Oscar; Paulson, Mr.
iand Mrs. H.v A. Collins, Ed Campbell,
VK:l Mr. and Mrs.' Lauder, Richard Tusant,
i 'Francis Kearney, Misa Lois Tusant,
' v Msis ZelU Lauder, Miss Klautg and Mlaa
.-;it Carrie ColUna. .,,-,'-: : ':.Y v-p
Mra David1 Mcanleie and son, David
, .', 3. McDanlels, with Mrs. Q. E. Jamison
:ieft on Saturday for ian Ftanclseo.
, . where Mr. and Mrs. MoDaniels will
'. make ..their (uture home.;';'' v-,:- - i .
'.The Area gootty, held the first Meet
..Ing of the season at the home of -Mr.
. and Mra. George H. Hopkins last week.
i - - .'-.-,.-".-.
The members-of the Sunday school
' : - -ef the Patton M. E. church -have been
, paving an "on time" contest between the
Reds and the. Blues. The Reds won, so
the Blues gave a banquet in their lionor
f.it which about ltO were present Rev.
- Hookihs was toastmaster and Mr. tls
;i sen bach, George H. Hopkins ; Jr., Mr.
i Chllaon and Mr, Hlgglns responded with
is. nr-eie leit xor her Home
in 'Minneapolis -Wednesday .evening. She
has spent four months with her son and
aaught-r. Mr. and Mrs. Charle- E. Steels
at IM tasti-'ifty-second street north.
Sirs. Gertrude AMsky H' F.irrarnento
stret l:as Returned from l alius where
she attended the golden v eUding of. her
Siar I j arents, Mr. and Mrs. i;:.:ott.
:;. ;.( ,. ,'; , .
The Rose City park h, - rar
leaohers. association will l:.t.!ii its fir.,t
metLlns: at-thn t-liool 'X y after
noon, October 21 at 8 o'clo . . n,arp. Mrs.
F. P. llyera, president of t Portland
Parent-Teachers' assoclntton. will ,' ad,
dress th worofn on "School Matters'
and Miss Elizabeth Roed, expert dieti
tian. Iron Reed college will iiteak on
"Bonooi juunches for Pupils and Teach
ers." Everyone l cordially Invited. '? i
f. One Of the affairs given for Miss Em.
ma Boy a, an early -.winter! bride, was, a
delightful little thimble be on Tuesday
afternoon with 'Misa -Emma Bracher aa
hostess at her. home, 07 East Forty-
alxth street, north. A most pleasant af
ternoon was spen. m'j: V- $' f
in aruests were Mrs. K. R. aeilnsity.
Mrs(i-A,1P. Blankholm, -Mra. C. A. Ria,
Mra :- George , M. . Bracher, Misa Myrtle
Shaw, Mlaa Louise Hohberger, Mlaa
Amelia Hohberger, Miss Gretqlien Hoer
lein, 'k,:,'''' i,..; ssy,.;i,:y.,v
fDr. and Mra, William Rutherford were
'attests) Of, Mr. ahd Mrs. Harry Dicltsorv
Utl Sacramento street last Sunday,
S,rs .tli.4t .:,. :
Mrs. i Mark Collins of- Kaat ' TUtf
second street north, and Sacramento is
visiting in Danville, 111.
The' -Altar society of St. Rosea Cath
olfc church met s.t the church hall Mon
day at noon, ' i
Mra. C. C." tlghtfoot assisted by Mrs.
Lambert," Mlaa Kyne, Mrs. Wade and
Mra Hollenbeck bad charge of the
luncheon. . '" -v'Ci:,-: '''''M:" '
The I nitial meeting f tha X N. O. V.
glrla was - Wednesday afternoon at J
o'clock with Mrs, V. M. C. Bllva, 40J
The personnel Is Mra -W. A, Lovett,
Mrs. R. D. stone, Mra W. 8. Paige, Mra
Jack O'Neill.' Mrs. : Charles N. : Grafs,
Mrs. Elmer c. Johnson, Mrs. Jack Town
send and, Mra Slrva,-- -- ' , - v.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Rose
City Park Presbyterian churoh met
Wednesday - afternoon, ; October ,'wlth
Mra J. W. McMlchael at her home ttl
East Fifty-first street, north. Mrs. Ed
wards presented a most instructive talk
on her recent trip to South America.
Mrs. Charles Lindner favored the com.
pany with readings and Mrs. McMlchaal
. O. G. I' !, I.;'. N. F.
'i - -a. James L)euu.,s and Mrs.
A'-- n : "r, .......
i ! I. Atchison presided, calling
i i i O. (f. Hughson for, an ad.lress of
wt-li-.om, also asking- V. A. Lovett,' Dr.
J. v:. ... i -ugall, Wm. Ney. Mr. Hughes,
editor of the Pacific Advocate and Mr.
Yountrson I for short talks. Vocal solo
waa si veil by Mrs. E. N. Wheeler, duet
by Helen Gale and Paul Stevens and
piano solo by Mra Samuel Dixon. Mrs.
Charlee Stevens had charge of the re
ticany oecoratea with autumn leaves.
This morning at tit, Rohps Catholio
church the baby daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. F. J. Llchtenberger 1384 The Ala
meda Drive, will be baptized and Christ
ened Barbara Mary. Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
Collier are to be sponsors. 4
Mrs. Robert Leadbetter , of Roseburg
returned, home ; Friday evening after
spending two weeks with her mother,
Mrs. Van Horn on East Fiftieth street,
north, and Mrs. , Leadbetter i Of , East
Forty-seventh street, north, : v
Mr. and Mra Marcus Scovilt ' with
Masters Orrin and Norman of Vancou
ver. B. C. arrived two weeks ago to be
the guests of Mrs. Scovlll's father, 43t
D. Stearns S8 East -Fiftieth street,
north. Mr, Scovlll returned home the
11th, while Mrs. Soovill and boys 're
mained until yesterday.
The Portland Study club held its first
meeting for 1918-14 Monday afternoon
at the home- of Mrs; Willis McGulre 527
East Forty-third, street, norths Upon
taking the chair as the new president,
Friday afternoon, for her guest. Mrs.
B. 8. Toby of New York city, Mrs. W.
O. Feenaughty entertained the Luncheon
club at her heme 485 East Forty-fifth
street, north. The ladles were employed
with dainty needlework. : ; -
Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Neill are -week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. M. C Bll
va, 401 East Forty-ninth street, north,
Mrs. B. W. parsons and small sOn of
St. Paul, Minn., are gueata of Mra. Par
aona' brother and .family, fUmyZmJaf
Mrs. BoudlAot Beeley, 167 East Forty
eighth street, north, will be hostess far
the Woman's ' Missionary society of the
Rose City Park Presbyterian church at
an all day meeting Wednesday,, October
21. Luncheon will be served at 1!:80 and
k .program in the afternoon. Primarily
the meeting is to ; prepare i Christmas
gifts for missionaries who have gone
into fields from Portland. ..,- , '
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A sewing club composed of Mrs. C. D.
Ross, Mrs. W, H. Ross. Miss Lillian
Ross, Mrs. Fred Brandshagen, Mrs, Wal
ter Shearer, Mra-George Washburn and
Mrs. X. O. Barker, met with Mra Bark
er, IBS East Forty-ninth street north.
Thursday afternoon. Mra Washburn will
be the next hostess. , -
Mr, and Mra P. E. Turner, formerly of
North Yakima, have completed . their
charming little' bungalow at 14SS SlakI
you and are now occupylbaT It;
Mrs. A. A. Hopson 871 East Fiftieth
street north, was hostess Wednesday
for the Boss City park Birthday , club.
The luncheon table was uniquely cen
tered with a large pumpkin which was
filled with roses harmonising In color.
Other suggestions ef , Halloween . were
prevalent. In addition to the II mem
bers, Mrs. B. 8. Toby from New York
city a guest of Mra W, O. Feenaughty,
enjoyed. the-luncheon. , .. I
'.o-'- v ;-'--v :.- 'r- ' '-'.
-.-' Thursday V evening at the Rose City
Park club house the Rose City Park
Methodist church, tendered an Informal
reception to the pastor and wife, Dr. and
Mra. W. W. Youngson and new members.
Receiving with Mr. and Mrs, Youngaon
Mrs. C' J. Mathla gave a fitting talk.
The other: officers are Mrs. L. V. Raw
lings; Vice president; Mra M. D. Lewis,
secretary: Mrs. Mary wilkins, treasurer,
and Mrs-JR. E. Cehr, critic, ? " ; f
.Mra Gehr. conducted the parliamen
tary drill round table. Mra W, L. John
ston read an Interesting article, "The
First Lady of the Land," and Mrs. Ma
gulrS had prepared and gave a splendid
Paper on "Women in Business. Roll call
was responded to with quotations from
American statesmen.' The nest study af
ternoon Is th fourth Monday in October.
Friday Mrs. W J.Platt ' 88 7 - East
Forty-second street, north, gave her
home to the, Apron committee from the
Guild of the St - Michaels church. A
pleasant luncheon was served at 11:80
and much of the unfinished work of the
committee completed, -iffiy-'j '"'
Next 4 Wednesday afternoon at Mrs,
Knowles. East Thirty-seventh street,
north, and Broadway the entire Guild
will hold its regular meeting.
Mra G. V; Llnfher tit i-Eagf Forty-
f Irat atreet north, waa a dinner hostess
Tuesday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter J. Piatt and their guest Milton Rus
sell Richardson, or San Francisco. ?: ; ?
The Monday afternoon Musical given
bv the Woman'a department of. the Rose
City Park olub afforded pleasure to, a
goodly numoer ox memoers ana , meir
f rienda The selections presented were
plsno solo, "Hark Hark the Lark," (Shu-bert-Llsst)
Mra R. H. Stoddard, vocal
-pmu nt the Heart." i Herman
fLohr.) n met a Little Elf Man,", (Bob-
inson; ; miss aietuev wwwujwu, ou
lng;"The Confession,, by Mra! Char
les Iiindnef j vocal soles, "The Spirit
Flower," " (Campbell-Llpton. ) " : "Who
KBOWs,'? ; (Clough-Lelghton.) Miss Oen
tveve Peck; piano solo." 'Silver Spring
(Wm. Mason, Mra Carrie R. Beaumonti
character reading, Mra' Car I'D. Chrlst
ensen; solos, "Lius," (Hlldach.) Tho
Cuckoo,"- (Lehmann,) Miss Peck; song,
Carmiria.' with Spanish dance. ' Miss
Laura Bhay and the aklrt dance by Dor
Miss Margaret Evans of Dallas an,
George H. Kurre of Portland were mar
lied at the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs, Evan Evana October 16,
at noon.., The Impressive ring ceremony
was used,-the Rev, C P, Gatea of the
United Evangelical churoh officiating.
' The bride wore a gown of white crepe
do! chine ind cafHed a bouquet ' or
Bride. rose. . She was attended by Miss
Carrie Evans, a sister of the bride, who
was gowned; fnpink. h Oscar Williamson
of Wells acted " as best ; man, Miss
Genevieve FUlery of Corvallis played
the beautiful Mendelssohn's wedding
march. Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Holihan- and
Mra Ballentyne, and Miss Florence Cau
thorn assisted in the dining room. About
50 guests were present. - Mr. and Mrs.
Kurre left by auto for Salem, ! hence
to Portland, where they will be at home
to their friends after November, l. , at
12r Basf, Alder- street s'VMl,:.
J, a - ...
A'Qulet home wedding took, , place
Wednesday evening, October 8. at the
home of Mr,, and. Mra William True,
744 East Pine street when their daugh
ter, Miss Nora Violet became the bride
of Foes B. Lewis of Oak Grove. Rev.
C. A. Lewis.? the' groom's father, offi
ciated, using the beautiful ring service,
Only Immediate relatives of the bride
and groom were present After the oere-
,y .ilnty refreshments were served,
tii, ii the pticnta repaired to the apart
nvnt at 7!)7 Kast . Pine Btreet, the
f uiure home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis,
where the wedding gifts were displayed.
Mr. and Mrs. Lwls will be at 'home
to their many friends after November 1.
; Ah Interesting wedding which took
plsce Tuesday evening was that of Miss
Lettle Sorensen to Walter A. Rl tier.
Th ceremony was performed by Rev.
J. Kratt. Miss ' Esther : Rltter and R.
Bohalin were attendants. ' A reception
the bride's parenta The youhg couple
left for San Franclsoo Wednesday even
ing for their honeymoon. ' -
One of the prettiest fall weddings and
of Interest to many Portland friends was
solemnised October 11 at Mansanita lnn
Mansanlta beach," when Bessie Mane,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cprydon Bab
cock, of Astoria was given in marriage
to Gil man Berry Nunn, son of Mr., and
Mrs., J. B. Nunn, of Dallas. :i,.,i,:;;i.';-y ;
Promptly at 12 o'clock the bride -entered
on the arm of her father and took
her place bealde the groom under an
arch of green directly beneath a weddlng
bell of turning vlnea end red hued ber
ries. Here the Impressive ceremony was
read by the Rev. 3. Montcalm Brown. :
; The parlors were beautiful in a pro
fusion of graceful ferns, vines and aut
umn leaves, red dahlias adding to the
touch of .color..:.: '::-'.v., V .. !t'v... , t;'-i:
The dining room was decked In Oregon
grape and yellow dahlias, and beautiful
bouquets of shaggy dahlias of this shade
centered the dining table. V ' ,r - l
: A delicious seven course dinner , fol
lowed the r ceremony. The v charming
bride was attractive . In . her wedding
dress of white crepe meteor over tnessal
ina She carried an arm bouquet of shU
pink dahliaa whloh was afterwards
taught by Miss Ruth Nunn. !--::y.-:-A-:
The many friends of the couple show
ered them with beautiful and costly
glfta -r .-: .-r.
The bride until recently was teacher
of muslo and artnln Michigan sohools.
She Is very talented and popular and
has many f rienda Mr. and Mrs. Nunn
are now at home at . Mansanlta Inn,
where they will be hoata .
The wedding guests Included Mr. and
Mrs. Corydon Babcock, Mr. Clark Bab
cock of Astoria, Mra. J. B. Nunn, Misses
Julia and Ruth- Nunn, Dallas, Miss
Oraee Crawford of New York city, Mr.
and Mra Ed. Woods of Tillamook city,
Mr. and Mra Carydell, Mr. and Mra
Reed, Mr, and Mrs. L. 8. Miller, Misses
Cauterlne and Margaret Miller, Rev. and
Mra- Montcalm Brown of Portland,
Messrs. John Parker, V. I Johnson of
Portland. - . -
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- One of the pretty fall weddings was
that Of Miss Hilda Grans trom to Lorin
Hoyt which took place Tuesday even
ing, October 14, at the home of the
bride's parenta Mr. and Mra J. Gran-
Strom, The bridal party stood beneath
a bower of autumn foliage and shaggy
white chrysanthemums, where Dr. Rob
ert N. MoLean officiated. The decora
tions consisted of autumn foliage with
white chrysanthemums -and roses scat
tered throughout the rooma The wed
ding march waa played, by Miss Dot
Jones, and a musical program rendered
by L. H. Hansen and A, W. Ledbury.
A surprise of the evening was a sere
nade by the Postmaa'a band, of which
Mr. Hoyt is a member. The bride was
attractive In her wedding gown of white
charmeuse, elaborately trimmed ' with
shadow lace and pearl ornaments. Her
full-length veil was caught back with
orange blossoms, and she . carried a
shower bouquet of Bride roses. - -
Mrs. Albert Ledbury (Eva Herschler).
matron of honor, wore her wedding gown
of ivory crepe meteor, and teamed an
arm bouquet of pink .carnations. Mies
Roma Granatrom, sister of the bride,
waa bridesmaid and waa admired in a
gown of pale pink crepe de chine and
carried an arm bouquet of pink carna
tions. -. Harry Hoyt brother Of " the
groom, acted as, best man, -
After congratulations a ' buffet
luncheon was -served.. . Assisting about
t!u .MARli M Mr ' T" ' P. RhanhniM
Mrs George Snyder, Mrs,' Walter Ford
and Mra Rose Height.
' Miss Granstrom is a popular young
lady or the east side and a talented
musician. Mr, Hoyt la well known and
has been connected with' the Portland
postoffice for several yeara' Mr. and
Mra Hoyt wlU be at home at 625 East
Twenty-fifth, after November 1 -- - !
One Of the pretty fall weddings took
place at noon Thursday, October 8, when
miss JBertna m. Heiimann, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hellmann, was
married to William H, Saub. The bride
were a gown of blue orepe de chne. The
bridesmaid was Miss Magdalene Leman
and James Ellison was best man. . Mr.
and Mra Saub left on the evening train
for Gearhart where they will pass
their honeymoon. ' They will be at home
after October 25 at 440 East Simpson
atreec ' , -, ,
f -V Y':'1..-. m: m-v1;;-.-:-',,',,;,'! '
Ralph Eastman, a Portland business
man, and Misa Maud McCall, a musician
of Chicago, ware united In marriage, by
Ferry - Joseph- Oreen, minister of the
New Thought Temple of Truth, Thurs
day, 'October 16, at s p. m. They will
make their home in Portland. ,
. A pretty wedding took place at the
First .Presbyterian cnurcn Wednesday
evening,: October 15, when Mies Lydla
A. Hall became the brjde of George B.
M. Sommervllle. - Mrs; J. V. Ellstrom
attended the bride and J. V. Eimtrom
acted, as best man. Rev," Dr., John-H.
isoyd officiated, i After the ceremony a
wedding dinner was served at the Hotel
Portland. Mr, and Mra Sommerville will
reside at 657 East Sixty-fifth street
north. . 1 - - - , f ,
A ' ? : I V '.i -v' ',
Haas Llndberg and Miss Jennie Berg
wero on October 11. at 11.70 Omahaave
nue, .i a residence of th ..offlolatin
T holy mt?17nony. The we-hofTiawasa f firMlst-
iuni, utuMi;i, ; .vci realty.- pieavani .one.
Mr. and Mrs, Llndbrtrg will remain In
our city, , , - , . -
, r,:, ir'Wtfi&te i&'.l:
Loui Piuser, of Marlon county, and
Mis Minnie R.- Smallwood ,-: were on
Monday, Octobur -13,. at 1298 ; Bun-age
street, by Rev. J. . Bowersox1. united in
marriage. The bride recently oame ' to
Oregon rom Illinois) Mfc and Mrs.
Piuser will reside, on a .farm near
Scott MUls, Marion county, Oregon. ,
pi- 4ivf--JMh'i Mr.
Like a breath of autuma woodland, the
home of Mr. arid" Mrs. David Henderson,
832 Tlbbett street was the aoene of a
charming wedding ojv Wednesday even
ing, when their only daughter, Winifred
Louise became, the v bride of William
Crawford Grahanv In the presence Of
about 60 relatives and friends. i's-zSi'-V:'-
Before the ceremony Miss Maysle Fos
ter, accompanied by: Miss Laura Fox,
sang "I Love You Truly.',' The wedding
march was played by Frank Finlayson,
after, which Dr. Harry Lelds, of Mlzpah
Presbyterian church, read the Impres
sive ring service.'- The bride was radiant
in a gown of Ivoryr tinted charmeuse
With full length veil, caught with sprays
of lilies of the valley. She carried, a
bouquet of Bride rosea.
Miss Jean Henderson was maid of
honor for her cousin. 8he was charm
ing in a gown of apricot brocade and
darrled pink rosea ' - The bridegroom
was attended by . John Boyce. Mrs,
ceremony refreshmerrta were seryed by
Misses Helen Qunstrer, of Astoria; Nel
lie Lincoln, Alene McLeod, Agnes Woods
and-Tlllie Wagner. Miss Nettie Drew
presided at the punch bowl. ' - ,. ,
' Mr. Graham Is a brother of George C.
Graham ; and a - nephew of Judge , and
Mrs, George : J. Cameron.- ;, ;v :. ; '
Many -beautiful gifts attest the popu
larity of the couple, who left In a shower
of good wishes for the Sound oltlea
After the honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Gra
ham ' will be at home to their - friends
at- 832 Tibbetts street,
t Miss Bertha Mosher of Oregon City
and J. M. Morley of Sllverton were mar
ried' in Oregon City last Thursday at
the; home of Mlse Moshers brother, C.
N. Mosher, at 5:30 o'clock before a gath
ering of about 85 f rienda Mr. and Mrs.
Morley passed a few days in Portland,
returning to make their home in Silver-
ton, where they will t
They were att
Winch as tirideni
SS best m:' n.- r
led K- ,
1 a. i.l I,.
ana. annual election oi oum-i--the
Ladles' Elk "MO" club -,s h : ,
tober 1 and the following offl-.vi
pointed togr thaasuUMtda.
vice '-president; Mrs.. 'Harry A i .,
secretary, and Mra II. Brown. tri,:, .
The next-meeting of. the club will t
held October 16 at the Elks' club. 1 ,
Elks' wives, mothers, aaugtu-jr i :
sisters are invited to attend. ,
Mrs. John Murrell, lilt' East Thirtv
third. street gave an intoyrmai dance f
urday, October 11, the occasion belns; t
birthday, , The rooms were beaut i
decorated with ferna and autumn le
Mrs. Murrell Was .presented with ...e
of Portland's moat beautiful f ,er-.
Those present were:" M. and Mrs. H.
G. Thompson, Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Clark,
Mr. and M,r. A. I. Thornton, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Conaway, Mrand Mra A. W.
Young, Mr. and Mrs. M. Noel. Mrs. C. 8.
Newman, Mrs. J. H. Dingus, Mrs, H.
Cook, Miss Margreat Night ' Mr. end
Mra J. C. Hide, Misa Gladys Hide, Mr.
and Mra J. W. VanNatta, Miss Harriet
(Continued on Page Eight)
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oy . tnat tone ;, oi con6ervaiivenesB - tpar ;. y. ; "!f.
' -v proveV-'untlrine -to the eye and theif " '
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Indiviciuil rarment--Gxduslve' ttvlel ' .. .
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Individual arxnent--Excluslve , style,
Coats; Suits;- Drestei::.'attd. Waists of the
;,-. .v.ouc.avci g-iiccu. , ,
i935 Alder StreeV CJorTter of 'iKrk'!
Your Christmas Gifts
OUR SHOP IS REPLETE :. WITK PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FOR, '
ywj wriMiu wun PMRpntnuot urn ("HBHTMit r.tPTC - .
Our Specials fcrttis veekvill be of interest
Stsmp-xl PUIow SISpa Fifty pat
" : terns to choose from. . Regular
; 1.00. value, special. , . . ,r.79
i'UneT.'' Bureau ?Sets--.MorV,''pp'-
lar th an eve r t this h year Scarf
and Pin Cushion. Special .at 69c
Statapotl - Fancy, Huck Towels
. New cut work, punch work pat
"i tern. Reg. Il.to, special at 89
FREE LESSONS EVERY DAY
New Atljuato CollarsThe most "'-
attractive and: practical : Fancy - '
Collar ever introduced. Stamped ', .
on linen, Regy aoc, special I2 4!"
New Bulgarian Designs for Sofa
Pillows. Regular values.,
Special;' at,, . . ..., ,4S ;
Tan Linen Library Scarfs Hand-.1
tome . new patterns. Regular -'
11.25 ralues,, T Special. . ,. .98ei :
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For social usagefor shbp-
v-for all seasons and reasons do
the furs xnade arid sold "direct by the i;jfvff)
manufacturer prove the best m style-- f v f
"in quality and in money-sayinij. , V
The splendid and intrinsic value that lies in the furs we
; make right here- in Portland and sell direct to you with
i ut. the middleman's profit is why we say
t "Silverfleld's on your fur label
means as much as sterling on
your silver" ' . .
The remodeling of fur& is given painstak-,
jng attention by those who know and most
"promptlyyour plumber doesn't tune your
; piano. The comparison-is obviousl ; 1
A comprehensive catalogue is mailed ..free
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Mail orders receive very - special attention.
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FIGURE, HEALTH & RUR5E '
The Unseen Nemo VBridfje"
That " Carries Women . to . Safety
The Nemo "bridge' is , one of the features
that have made the Nemo Corset famous ; yet few .
know; what it is, and no one can SEE it This
diagram gives an idea of what it does:
The dotted. line (B) indicates the natural out--line
of the . uncorseted figure, ' shows a
Nemo front steel, slightly curved ' inward at the
lower end. then going straight to the bust-line.
The abdomen' (C) is repressed and supported.
The region eof the diaphragm is ."bridged," keep
ing all pressure from the Womach region (B), ,
No Woman wtartng a Verne
Contl, ne mailt Aout tightly
It If lactJ, toer fttlt that
:-, dnadful cnuhing pain cw
Via Mtomach tihich siaJrei he
- twh home to get het cone toff.
, Undue prenure upon the
ttomsch region i a Very com.
raoa cortet-lauh; alto, one of
; the treetest danger of eortet-
- wearing, at k ceuset digestive
troubles, Deadschee, and
bott of other ill. , 1
' Millions of Nemo wearers
kno by experience that the '
Nemo is the most comfortable
cortet in the world, but few
know why. The "bridge" it ;
- one of the rea-on. ; '
M Improved , r
Steady premie oucourages ;
' trieormafonoi fL Msuace
; or "kneading, . at given by these corset, arivtt It away.
No. 356 with low hut 1...
No. 357 medium bust.........
Y Inide iKe cortet are two brosd bndi of emi-ellic Li itiloos
Webbing that run diagonally acrow the groin section. These, in connec
tion with the new incurved front steel, give excellent abdominal aipport.
The gentle end imperceptible friction ot these band, working ar-nmrt
the Reducing Straps (which ran vertically), with each movement ot the
body produce an effect exactly like hand-mawage. This aofteni the fat,
which it gradually absorbed and removed by natural procettet. You're
actually tmallerl Thi strong claim it fully proved by the experience of
thousand oi women who have worn Nemo Auto-IVlaisage Corset.
Other Nemo 13.50, $4 and $3. Id Good Stor Everywhere
AS B S I
EnlleUn No. C3
Wsariag Nemo Cos
seta Is a geesT habit,
and eae , that never
leaves any woman
who. Is once properly
fitted la the tight NCT.IO.,
: Not wearing Nemo Cor
sots la a scry lei habit,
which is quickly over
come when the right
Nemo, correctly adjusted,
makea th wearer f or
Ver diaaatisfled with all
Other corset. r
v We know of 'only three
claaies of women who
don't wear the Nemo i ,
I. Tho who know
nothing about the .
. ' Nemo.
2, Thoso who have
' tried to wear Uie
- wrong IJemo.
. 3 Those who Lave -
been talked cut
,' of Nemo con'. Tort
. by dealers vl;,o
. are interested lit
.' "omelKinj jit
, good which
. ' C2,Vlr2l "
Learn to rr"erve y-r
figure s" 1 (uarJI y r
heeilh. Ait u In '
you" t!.a -
fasL'es t;x:.V, j t
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