The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, October 26, 1913, Page 50, Image 50

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' "Harriet I,wch. Miss Helen Johns." an
H'?ther. ?(cr of .; the. . JuHdegroom fthlj
Aiuta Mary oiciwer.,;.',;:- .',(,. . ;.v s-v - v.-
' Assisting - About r the" rooms were!
Miss Margaret McKenna. sister , of the
. lirld, Mla Bertha Masters.. Miss Agnes
', ; Beach, Miss Gertrude Holme and Hie
t Florence Leach.-'-:. f :, fw f V, -
The. wedding of Miss Javln Stanfield
'.- and Arthur Weans was attended by only
ine relatives and the v most intimate
;!'TrIendS( Including about 60 guests. Dr.
Morrison read the ceremony -at high nooo
'p.. at Trinity Episcopal church. Hugh 6 tan
'. field, the second brother of the bride,
v. gave her In marriage, j... She was unat-
; tended and wore her traveling cult of
; blue serge, with chic black hat and a
ileowate ; bouquet-Vof '8.uiiburat toKen.
j.i . 'After eervlcee at th church a wed-
. . ding luncheon was served at the home
r, ' f the bride's mother, Mr. Harriet T.
;;r; i f Stanfleld, 1088 East main atreeifor the
'v,-y. lmmediateJfamllyi Mr. and. Mrs. Means
left for . short. weddingr A trip, after
j . ,;!. which they will be at home at Umatilla,
i il'c,r where the bridegroom Is engaged
;r A in business, ! He tg the eon of Mr, and
t . Henry. Meanest WmtlaltV:-sJ?s?v
'v ';: -vMrs. James A. Dowllng was hostess
Wednesday afternoon at a sewing bee
'; ana surprise shower In honor of Miss
Baidee Knapp whose wedding to Arthur
' .A.' Murphyv will take , place nearly , in
I' 'j" Kovember ' Autumn leaves and salvia
' converted the rooms into "a "wooded
J ; bower. Among those present were Mrs.
-Harvey Ixunsbury, Miss . Haxel Reed,
. t ' Mrs. Pearl ; Watson, , Mrs. " Dwlght P
ig r Knapp, Miss Ruth -Murphy, Mrs. James
Strain. , Mrs... Arthur P. Kerron Miss
Susanne Varwig," Mrs.. William Geller
r on, Mrs. H. L, Gillespie Mrs.' J, A.
Applewhite, Mrs. Charles E. gtolte, Mrs.
.-. Iialph Uahnand' Mrs. E, D. Jorgensen.
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i ?v Cards.arevout'for a large afternoon
A&3 brldjfft party to be giVen by Mrs. George
Parrish Noyember 4, at .her. charming
homo "Five Acres," at Thirty-third and
Tillamook streets.- - ' .- V ' '.-" '
v ' Monday- evening the Portia club met
pi'-..- -j with Mr. and Mrs. BJ. K. CooVert at their
, vharmlnsT home, 82 Johnson street. The
, ' :: club, which has a membership of about
"' 22, is mad up of lawyers and .their
wives. The women organized as' law
V yers' . wires "with th appropriate name
of Portia, club some six years ago and
; .. -"liave met' every two weeks at luncheon
V and afternoon functions. . Since then
'. y v 'they' have arranged for an eveningaf-
. v fair, Including the huBbands, a number
of times each season.- Last evening the
' ';' time was passed at conversation : and
music, John F. Logan entertaining them
-. with an Interesting talk on his recent
. . ' . trip abroad. Mr. ' and Mrs. Logan re
turned a week ago last Sunday, from a
l:v three months' delighful travel 'on th
' ". continent. . , ..r'7:'-' ;"".' r''v
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t ' Mrs. James Strain entertained at dtn
. ner Monday evening in honor of Miss
Baidee Knapp and Arthur Murphy, whose
wedding will take place early next month.
" Covers were laid for Miss Knapp, Mr.
i.: ; Murphy, Mr. and Mrs, James Dowllng,
' lr. and Mrs. Bisalllon and Harry Moore.
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Miss Agnes Mcintosh and her "sister,
Mm Carrol V. Hulbert, will be Joint
t hostesses next .week, Thursday. October
"' a 0, when they: will, compliment Mrs.
Lee B. Tierneyr-a recent arrival "from
. St Paul, who has come to make Jher
home here. Military whist , will 5 b
played and the affair will be given at
. the borne of Mrs. Rebert Mclntostt on
Savier street
if " A receQlUtn wlH be given in honor of
w. .j . isverett , Knowies, ariist, oy ir.
'Clement B.. Shaw and J. A. Flnley, as
-,- ststed by Mra, It. Berger, Mrs. O. A,
Nichols, Mrs, W. Bradford - and Miss
i Metha Nichols Friday afternoon and
V evening, October 31, In tho Columbia
DUiiamg. A numoer or musical selec
tlons, vocal and . Instrumental, will be
rendered. A eoeclal exhibit of two larite
canvasses recently completed by , the
' artist "The Light of the World." and
"Toung America on the Path to Glory,'
I also some "Sunshine and Shadow"
, landscapes Will be on view. ' :
! U ; j V ;;; 'The Masonld i TempleVwas' the : seen
' : i of a charmingly appointed dancing par
: i ty Wednesday evening when the Knights
1 j Templar club give their opening party
: t I ror the- season vwnicn. included a recep
! tion with dancing and cards following A
J special feature during the evening was
'. a supper served in the banquet hall. The
'-', guests assembled, in the parlors Of f the
( hj? t ; large bail ;room : until about 0 o'clock
.when the'receivlng line formed at the
rostrun where av charming setting of
-.; palms and lerns'with a hug standard
of yellow chrysanthemums made a fit-
,i , v ting background for the many ; pretty
'''.:. -VsTOwns worn, t The guests passed Into the
- ..i ball room from the south parlor greet
' inr the patronesses and forming a grand
:,.-i fnarch.'-:-:
. ; ; Following are a few of the attractive
. I costumes noUced.-lMrs. ; Xt-H. Averlll
i t ryre a handsome goWn of white crepe
'i meteor with a delicate brocade In pink
i' : ft flowers ana trimmed in white lace.
AMrs.- N. XT.' Carpenter was attired In
i f ' I shrimp pink charmeuse draped with a
rjJ 'crystal beaded net.1"-
7 ; Mra Charles K. Runyon wore an ln
"'" v ported gown of black combined with
i iwnite cnarmeuse . ana arapea with a
black embroidered net with touches of
King's blue.
v.-:; v.i Mrsi jfxanKiin a. r reeman was Decora
i Ingly gowned in a corn colored chiffon
, j combined with white lace and black vel
'-'vet and she wore a corsage of violets
. " and sunburst roses. ' . v
f.i;; ; Mis. Harry M. Haller wore a King's
'' blue, charmeusa gown with irrldescent
bead trimming t in the blue' and green
i " j shadea
2 s Mrs. K. G. Crawford wore a handsome
4 gown of pink brocaded crepe de chine
, i, with bodice of white gilk .lace with
:f touches of the pink.
ivviis. vaiys .Biepnens was gowned
tin yellow crepe meteor draped in black
'.V beaded-net and trimmed in Jet
43 !; Mrs. Augustus Adams wore
, Appeals to the most fastidious it
t place to entertain your guests.'
While enjoying dinner, you nave
'i panoramic view of th Column
bia River Gorge in all its glory;
. ;
' 1 Next time you go for an out
,ing, motor out td CHANTICLEER
over good toads.' Cream Chicken
'Dinner,1 Co u n try "Style, our
specialty., , . 1
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Top, left to right Mrs. Charles E." Runyon and Mrs. Alva Lee Stephens. ;
-Bottom, left to right -Mrs. Edward O. Crawford (photo by Anderson) and Mrs. Walter Holman, who were
Templar dance, one of tho delightful affairs of the past week. -' . - i : i
marquisette made over deep pink char
meuse ' and trimmed in marabout. V ;
, Mrs. Walter Holman was attelred in
peach toned' charmeuse trimmed- with
hand made applique .lace, :r ; ;: i
Mra Grant Pheelev 1 was rowned. In
old ' rose satin, with an over dress f of
black lace."fef ; i-: Sir! ,it ) ' ,'
, Mrs.. Edward L. Pettis was beautiful
ly gowned ' in ,- shell pink charmeuse
with white lace and chiffon rose trim
ming,'--. - . wfcj-.-.-ey-. .
Mrs. John H. Hall was attired In nink
crepe combined with flowered chiffon; n.
Mrs. Karl Lively was gowned In old
rose crepe meteor with white lace and
touches or, robin s egg blue, ,?. s. ' i ' i ,
.s Mrs. ; Alexander v wore - apple ' green
cut velvet . over i com colored brocade
with girdle of the corn colored velvet
and a handsome head dress of paradise
feathers. 1 1 1 ; u',' n
Miss Alice' Gadsby ; was gowned' in
blue with flowered chiffon bodice." , v
Miss Ballle Sterrett wore a chlo rown
of old satin draped with chiffon em
broidered in gold, and trimmed with
bands of marabou..;,'-, ;f;.v h-...,v5-v:--:, 4. -
Miss Rose McCauley was arownMl .kt.
trac lively in yellow charmeuse draped
with hand embroidered chlffon. T,;
' Miss June Carroll Wore a matermeton
pink charmeuse twlth a shadow lace
dress, i'-' ' s-' ' ?i'---'V;. .-,;' - ', '.
Miss Marlon Conrad wore lisht; nink
crops meteor with gold lace trimming. -:
Miss Eleanor Menefee was gowned In
blne.bhiffon' over" satin'. r .
Miss Charlotte . Patterson wnr a
king's blue brocaded crepe de chine. '"
juisa Aiarie Hallr was . charmingly
gowned In light blue brocade with whit
lace trimming.
Mrs. B. F. Green was gowned In light
Diu crepe meteor with trimming of
marabou and whit lace. -, ' ' rf - - )
v..;l-:,.-,v; - :-v- Vr(
Miss WUla Fields bride-elect, will be
the honored guest, at a large bridge
party next ; Saturday,. November 1; when
Mrs. J. L.' Sterrett .and. her daughter.
Miss Sallie Sterrett, will entertain with
IS table at cards at their home, . ISO
East Ninth street Miss Fields' wed
ding' will be an event of November IS. ;
S' ;'j'':tfcV.!.-mf?r ' .ii!S;Mt--,t'i;-;;"i;..;i,5
iV Mrs. Herbert' Garr.. Reed presided ki
an informal luncheon .recently at the
Portland hotel for the pleasure of her,
stater, Mrs. Jo W.. Ingram of Salisbury,
Mo. Mra Ingram left for home Satur
day after passing three weeks her with
her sister, .. .'..' V?'A ,V '
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'Thursday evening. October. 10.. " the
Multtiomnh' Amateur' Atnletio .club win
entertain, with a Hallowe'en - party at
An event ' of ' much interest ' wllli bV
the Hallowe'en Inartv'.Frldavs kvatiinv
October SI; to be given, at the home of
Mr. s'nd Mrs. Harry Kundredt, 730 East
Broadway, when they will be Joint hosts
with Mr. snd Mrs. Charles Jennlng.
Unique and ; appropria te Invl tattoos
have, been sent out expressed In rhyme.
Which were very clever. The evenln
will b devoted to dancing and cards,
On Tuesday , and . Wednesday . ; J Mrs.
Bert Marshall- Denlsbn ' gave two large
and, elaborate bridge parties of ths sea
son at her attractive home at- 646 Cy
press street Ten tables for the games
were ; arranged both afternoons and a
few additional- guests cams in ' for tea.
Mrs. Minerva A. Denison assisted In
receiving the- guest. The drawing
room and living room decorations were
particularly j effective, being of moun
tain ash and salvia combined -with au
tumn foliage. Assisting , the hostess
Tuesday were Mrs. W. C Beaumont,
Mrs. RvD. Cannon and Mrs." Tv J. Mur
phy, and on Wednesday Mrs. N. U.
Carpenter, Mrs. Charles Edward Run
yon and Mrs.; Frank Ball. The , prises
on the first afternoon ' were awarded
to Mrs. - IL T. Burntrager, Mra , Fred
E Harlow and Mrs. MuKinley Mitchell j
and on ' the second afternoon- to Mrs.
John. R. Dodson, Mrs. C. F, Jones and
Mrs. A, B, Draper. Following were 1 the
Invited guests: Mrs. John Annand, Mrs.
H. i B. Adams, Mrs. Robert L. "Aid rich,
Mra Anthony, Mrs. WiUlam Albers,
Mrs. Charles- L. Boss, Mxp. B. M. Baker,
Mrs. H. J. Blaesing, Mrs J. C. -Bryant,
Mrs W. C. Beaumont, Mrs. C. F. Bunk
er, Mra K. II. Bell, Mrs M. C. Ban
fields Mrat Katber1n;Braucht," Mm.
Mary . Bishop, Mr. H. T. Burntrager,
Mrs. 'yrank Hall, .Mrs.. N. y. Carpenur,
Mrs. . J. : H, Cook.' Mrs.- W. H. Chatten,
Mra O. M. Clark, Mrs W. A.. Carter.
Mrs. Arthur ' C -caiian, Mrs Stephen
Carver, Mrs George W. Caldwell, Mrs.
J.- F. - Clarkson, Mr. R,- XX ' Cahnun,'
Mrs. C. A Coolldse. Mrs Katharine A.
Dalyj . Mrs. J. Francis -Drake, t Mrs:
Lambert "Dunbar, Mrs. M. J. Delahunt.
Mrs. John R. Dodson, Mrs.-A R. Drap
er, Mrs. Minerva A. Denison, Mrs. U.
A Emery, Mrs. Sarah A Evans. Mrs.
among the hostesses for the Knights
Franklin A. Freeman, Mrs. George C.
Flanders, Mrs. E. U Fraley, Mrs. Frank
8. Fields. Mrs. W. F. Groh. Mrs, Wrll
Ham Gadsby, Mrs. A. D. Glle. Mrs.
Roscoe R. GUtner, Mrs. R. P. Graham,
Mrs. Edmund Gurney. Mrs. F. E. Har
low, Mrs. L. M. Hubert. Mrs Joseph C.
Hare, Mrs. W. B. Hare. Mrs. C. M.
Hoeber, Mrs. H. C. Harmon, Mrs. H. M.
Mailer. v
?'Mra W. J. Holman, Mrs. William In
gold,: Mrs. W. D.v Jellison, Mrs. A E.
Jackson, Mrs. C F Jones, Mrs Warren
Keeier, , Mrs. jt. B. Loveridge, Mrs.
Nina Larowe, Mrs. James P. Moffett,
Mrs. John M annln g, Mrs. ;: McKlnley
Mitchell, Mra Byron E. Miller. Mrs. D.
B.' Mackie, : Mra T. J. Murphy. Mrs. W
Y. Masters. Mrs. W. F. McKlbben, Mra
W. C McBrlde. Mrs George McMillen,
Mrs.' Frsnk McCrillla. Mrs. M. A. New
ell, Mrs, M. A. Ogden, Mra Cora Puffer,
Mrs. Leon IL Peters, Mrs. N. T. Palmer,
Mrs,' Cbarles E. Runyon, Mrs. Alex G.
Rlddell. Mrs.' C F. Read. Mrs. John J.
Reect Mrs. Clayton Seamann, Mrs. C. C
Shay. Mrs. : Will H. See, ' Mrs. , Charles
Smith, -Mrs A R. Shannon, Mrs. G.
W. , Simpson, : Mrs.' W. ,. (! Straugh,
Mrs John F.'.Toft, Mrs. O. C Thornton,
Mrs i A. ; Tichher,. Mr. 11. 1 0. ' Tenney.
Mrs.i James W. TUft Mrs.- J. B. Tanner,
Mrs. D. O. . Tomaelnl, Mrs. Lyddon
Veysey, ' Mrs. ' E, I. Whitney Mrs. B.
F.- Weaver., Mrs - V P, Waring. Mra F.
C Whltten,' - Mrs. Harvey Wells, Mrs.
J. C. Welch; Mrs. A. A. Welch. '
v.,':rlS;r;;;;-;'V:'-Stst'':st f 4 f
Mrs. T. A, John' and Mrs. J. G. Ham
mer entertained Wednesday at a five
hundred party, given at the home of the
latter. 630
Seventeenth street
north. In - benor of Mrs. 'A. IS.' Kaer of
Bfc Mont-r. 4tr. Kaer .v.iMMPWsentd ,
w4W-1tt'ticlas dlsbj. .as.ra : glxt.prixe, ;
and card honors fell, to Mrs:. Harry Shaw
and Mrs.' Robert Smith. , The, house was
prettily: decorated; with', autumn leaves
and . Halloween novelties. - The guests,
were: Miss Adele Bray, -Mrs. ' George
Howell, Mrs. Mayne Howatson, Mra.
Charles' B., Turlay, ; Mr,1 Harry Shaw,
Mrs, Robert 8mittvMrs. George Stead
man, f Mrs. Daniel v Brown, Mrs. T. . J.
MendenhalJ, Mrs. O. W. Taylor, Mrs.. H;
S.VReed, Mr.; Alice Co well, Mrs,; Frank
Bell,. Mrs. James Scully, Mrs. I Griff,
Mrs. J. F. Drake, Mrs. May Smith, Mrs.
John Green, Mrs. ' J. . Ai Tweedle,' Mra
John Hamilton and Mrs.' Julius Allyn. . .
, Last evening Mr. and Mrs-, Hammer
and Mra John entertained the following
guests at , a five hundred party: , Dr.
and Mrs. C. P. Newcastle, Mr. and Mm
A. JU Andrus, Mr. and Mrs. George Wag
goner, Mr, and Mrs. DeWitt Joslyn, Mr.
and Mrs. Will Maloney, Mr. and Mrs. F.
T.McBrlde, ' Miss Adele Bray, Hairy
Hammer and Reed McBrlde. ,
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A social event of last Saturday was
the dancing party given by the Satur
day Night Dancing cKib, an organization
of about' fifty? couples of well known
society people who will meet once, each
month at the Multnomah - hotel ball
room. . t .-. v,, . ..fJ..;:; "iv . - . .; .
-m.'' .: -ff 'W'i'-'-';;' "'iV-'''.' '
t The third annual mtersohool hop -at
the Masonio temple Friday,evenlng No
vember t 7, is twlng anticipated
with ' ' much ' pleasure ' . by th
sub-debaUnte set Three parties
previously arranged for that date among
the school people, have been postponed
and this event bids fair to be a splendid
success. The patronesses will be: Mrs.
Dom J. ; Zan, Mrs. : Frank ; B. Hamlin,
Mra David M. Dunne. Mrs. W. M. Kli
Ungsworth. The committee is: 'Wil
liam Edrls, Miss Gertrude Towne, Mies
Florence KHlingsworth, Miss Eva' Flood,
Townsend - Kurts, Miss Gladys Dunne,
Miss Julia McCarthy, Samuel Graham,
Aaron Whitmer, Manley Treece, Miss
Nancy Zan, Nellis Hamlin. . ''
The Masonlp club, a club composed
of the Masons of the city; will give
their second informal dancing party on
the evening of Wednesday, November 12,
at the Masonio temple auditorium. -
' Madame Schumann-Helnk and her ac
companist : Mrs, ; Katharine . Hoffman,
were the honor guests at an informal
lunpheonyesterday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John . ', Clark,' 484 East
Eighteenth : street, north. The affair
Was quite informal. Miss Helen; Clark
being the only additional guest; Mra
Hoffman is an old friend of the Clark
family and as she ' has been Madame
, Schumann-Helnk's accompanist ' -for , a
number of years, Madame has also been
a frequent visitor, at th Clark home
when en tour.,.
Miss Anne Shannon Monroe is the
house guest of. Mr. and Mr. George
Welster at their beautitfui beach home
at Nehalem this week. Before leaving
for the beach Miss Monroe Completed
the series of stories now running In the
Associated Sunday Magazine.' v
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Mrs. Frank Swanton has gon to 8e-,
attle to meet her brother, C. H. Smith,
and family of Nome,, Alaska. Mr. Smith
Pride, Buyers
The east window is of inter
est to the lovers of the very
rare and beautiful fox skins
see it.
f ;; yr.t J. r. PIGEAI ANN, MANAGER , : t
was on of th Victims if -the terrible
storm and tidal wave of recent data at
Portland with his sister at RlVerdala
.DK?and.",',Mri;Louo' Kaufman Aas:
pacher (Katheryn Kidder) were house
guests last week- while they were play
Ing at a local theatre, of Mr, and Mrs.
Walter ,F, Burrell. ' ,; k t ,
'. Mrs. Franklin vA. ,Freeman ' returned
home the Utter part of last week from
ah extended ' trip in the east, where
she , was, visiting friends and relative
' Miss' Evelyn' ; "van Winkle, ; of 0an '
Francisco, who has been- the guest for
the past two weeks of Mrs. J. G. Gauld.
will return borne, th . latter : part of
this week.-,.-p,y"A. ;t f
SMrs. F.! W. liildwlie Has been In New
York for several, days. -is at the Hotel .
Wolcott, where she has been Joined by
Mr. Hlld. They -will remain, east for
. Mrs. J. , H. ; Garrett of Chlca'go, who
spent 1 the summer ' months with her
sisters, Mrs, V. M. Graham and Mrs. B,
Hawes, left last Saturday, with her lit
tie son for her borne in 'Chicago. ,
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Mr., and Mrs.. "a1 S.; Rich iwrsSan
Francisco visitors last week. ' an. rout
home after an extended tour, of Europe.
,- ' .
. Mr.! Robert W. 'BlBckwoodi has re
turned from a six weeks visit In Boise, I
Idaho. . '..-":.' - - ,
" -Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. McCallum
have as their hduse guest, Mrs. William
Ogllby of Seattle, who cam a week -ago
and 'Will make a visit of about a
month here. ,:
Mr. and Mrs. "Walter Albln . Gruetter
(Miss -Louise Gleason) returned- home
Tuesday- from their wedding trip to Ban
Francisco. ' . . ' .'",
'".'--.v-rir:; ,
Mrs,'; Harry B. Clark is 'enterUinlng
her mother, Mrs. M. J. Warner of Kan
sas City. Mrs.v, Warner 'will probably
extend her visit through the winter. -"
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Dr. and Paul Tates and Mr. and Mra
C. A Zlgler are entertaining Mr. and
Mrs. Al Scheffler of Seattle.
95- -a
. Mrs. "George Brac'ner, 601 East Forty
sixth street north, entertained Wednes
day afternoon for her two little dauglt
ters, Mary and Ruth, it being Miss
Mary's sixth birthday, and Miss Ruth's -third.
. At the .. long . table from which
the repeat was served, was a birthday
cake properly adorned with th requi-
site candles at either end, autumn
leaves were also added andeach child
received a Halloween favor. The little
guests were Marion Zollinger, Jan Is
Lovett Edith Bader, Gertrude Gerth.
Ines Blersdorf, Irene Blaesing, Dorothy
Comte, Nina Burdlck, Florence Fitxpat
rick and Sarah - Eilxabeth Hollaway.
The 8C Roses cathollo church, gave a
dance and card party at the Rose City
Park club house - Thursday evening.
During the early evening cards were
played : at 21 tables in . the parlors on
the first floor., First prises were won
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