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THE OREGON CUIJDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 23. 1313.
by a luncheon at the Hailewood. Thoaa
ho enjoyed ths afternoon were Mrs,
C. J. Chick, :Mn. J. Laue, ' Mis. It
Nichols. Mrs. C, C. Currin, Mrs. J. T
BniMilng;, Mrt, D. R Groves, Mrs H.
T. HhellejY Mrs.' Roy Price, Mrs. F. I.
Weber, Mrs W X Barnell, Mrl C H.
BHrnell, Mrs C It Carding Miss M.
Harkus, Minn Luella Williams, MUs
Uforgla Irvine, Miss ' Gladys Moore,
Mlss Bonnls forrsst, Miss Harriot
' blieasgreen, Mlns M. Irvine.'
' The Orphla club was pleasantly en
tertained Friday afternoon by Mis.
;' Phoebe Able, assisted by Mr. Anna Ba--.'
ker, at the New Scott hotel. Four tables
, of too were played. : The prise win-
ners were Cathrine Erdner, 'Mary LU-tlefleld,-
Martha Spencer.,; Dainty re
's freshments ' were served and a social
l hour followed. ' The nest meeting will
be with Mrs. Grace Wheeler, 1680. East
Burnside street, October 81. The guests
' were Mesdames Phoebe Able.' Anna Ba-
, ker, Hannah Lyons, , Martha Bpencer,
Ann Kinney, Mary LiUleflelaVTheresa
Muns, Mary : Bteepy. ' Grace Hunter,
, Cathrine -Jfirdner, Douglas, Grace "Wheel
er, Frances Sylvester, Helen M. Lamar.
An unusually attractive dancing party
was given at Mrs. B. Ulrlch's home la
Rose City. Park In honor of Miss Eva
Boscovlch, one of the charter members
- of the national Alpha Delta PI sorority.
' Autumnal decorations were' effectively
used.- The evening Was spent In danc
ing and music af ten which, dainty refreshments-
were served. The other
' , members are Pauline . Helnts, Blanche
Freer, Jule McCarthy, Lou Walker, 11a-
' sel Peters. Other guests Included Dor
othy Bliss, Camilla Taylor,; Maria "Winn,
' Mrs. UlricK, Dave Griff, Manly Treece.
, Max Stulta. OHer Kllbburn, 'Wallace
Martin. Chuck Parcell, Ralph Kadderly
.rand Byron Marshall, '''.-
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j "-Tiie -Vesperlan Debating society of
the Lincoln high evening school held
; Its first meeting of the season on Wed
! nesday evening. The. following officers
were elected for the ensuing year: Clem-
ent .C Groh. president; E. J. Runqulst,
vice president ; Miss: E. Walker, secre
tary; Mrs. Mettle Rhode, assistant aec
retary? H.-L.- Wolbers, treasurer; C. R.'
I Oreste, sergeant ' at - arms; Albert K.
Wiesendanger. editor. " 'The first topio
for debate will be; "Resolved That the
, Manager Form of City. Government Is
Preferable to the Commission Plan." f .
The opening ; skate for Washington
.f high school was given by the Phreno-diken-
society of that -school . at the
Oaks rink October 18.' The patronesses
- for the skate -were Miss ' Shaver, - Miss
, McRae and Miss . Pringle. ; : The oom
:. mlttee In charge wa Marie Kohn, .Ellin
- Jackson and Bernlce Miller. ', .
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The PI Beta Phi Alumnae club had a
luncheon In OIds Wortraaii 4 King's
..tea room yesterday. The club gives a
luncheon on the third Saturday of each
month and has a meeting at the home
of one of Its members On ' the, first
Thursday of each month.' f ' -
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i Mrs. Charles -Sweeney 'gave a dlnnuf
party Sunday afternoon . in .her. apart
ment at Haddon Hall complimenting
Z Mr. and Mrs. Harry Arnold who. x-
pact to makT their home" In Seattle.
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The ' crop now' comine
from our forcing bouset
is ttrictly; bifb . grade.
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Mr. Robert William Pickard (Mlsg Emily Flf a . Webster).; bride of tbo
v. : past week. " . - 1 : .
The following guests i. were . present!
Mrs. and Miss Halloway, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. E.-P. Ros
enthal, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. Pax ton
and Alexander, McDonald. -'- ;v '
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The ladies Elk BOO club met last week
on Wednesday afternoon,- Mrs. N.-I.
Jamleson being the hostess. Card hon
ors fell to Mrs. Jennie Hogge. Mrs. B.
Martin, Mrs. W. M. John, Mrs. R.
L. Adams, Mrs. E. T. Morian and Mrs.
E. ; Wolf. Next meeting will be Oc
tober 2 at the. Elks' clab. All Elks'
Wives, mothers, daughter and sisters
are Invited to attend. ' "" " ,
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."i Miss Pearl Hagen was hostess at an
Informal dinner, party at her home, 16
East "Thirteenth North, Saturday even
ing. Among those present were Miss
Adelle Bue, Mlrs Luclle Danforth, MUs
Rhea Joaelyn, Miss Helen Hayes, Melba
Joselyn : and Messrs. Dale Chessman,
James Cooke. a. E. Miller and Lester
Means., Mhslc ' ' and . dancing
joyed throughout jth evening. V t:
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'' Miss E. Blackada&.en(ertalned at din
nor-at the Haselwood Tuesday evening
tn honor, of Miss Eatelia Luke, whose
marriage to Charles K. xnompson is io
take placa. on November 1,- - -Those pres
ent Included Miss Rual L 8 hearer.
Miss ; Jren Durham..- Miss - ' GertmdeJ
Thompson. . Miss , Jeanle Thompson and
Miss tana -uuae. . ' ' f .
nni Af . nr.tlv fall weddlncs Was
that of Jllss Hasel A, Jackson and Wil
liam G. Irvine, .whicn tooic piace wea-
naarfaw .nnlni tktohr 1. St the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8.
Everett Jackson. The bridal ; party
ptoodobeneath a bower 01 autumn mil
age, ferns and chrysanthemums, where
Rev. J. fi. Snyder of th Piedmont Pres
byterian church ;-read the - impressive
ding gown of white charmeuse and chlf.
ton daintllv trlnimed with shadow lace
and pearl ornaments. She wore a spray
of lilies of the valley in her hair and
carried a; beautiful bouo.uec , of , Bride
roses and lilies of th valley.- :
Mlas Isa, Bell Stewart, niece of the
groom; was. the charming and attractive
little flower girl.; i She acauerea pin
and white rose peUls ahead of th
bride and groom, who marched down the
stairs, which were banked with Oregon
grape, Xerhs and maple leaves. r;
Miss Haaei Bowman ; .played .the
Lohengrin wedding march andafter the
ceremony a few elections on -the plana
were played by ciarenoe Myron uim
stead, a The bride mother received at
i the door, i She was gowned in a charm
ing dress ox oale pink chlxron over crepe
meteor. ' -, ;
vA buffet luncheon was served. A As
sisting about the rooms were Mrs. a.
Everett Jackson, Irene Jackson (sinter
of the bride),' Violet Davidson, Mrs.
Emery Olmstead. Mrs. E. H. de Bran"
were and Mrs. R. A. Btewart, " - .
? Many beautiful gifts attest the popu
larlty of the couple. They left lit a
shower of . good wishes for their new
home, at Mount Tabor -The wedding
guests included' Mr. and Mrs. S. E.
Jackson,- Miss Irene Jackson, Mrs.
Bertha - Irvine, .- Mr, and Mrs. R. A.
Stewart, Miss Isa Belt Stewart Mr, and
Mrs. R. M. Irvine, Mr. and Mrs. George
G. , Irvine. Charles W. Irvine,' Mr.- and
Mrs. Emery Olm stead, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Friedenthal, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. de
Bran were. Mrs. B. E. Hart, Miss Hasel
Bowman, . Miss Louise V. Alexander.
Clarence Olmstead and Airs.' 8. Batrang.
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; A pretty-,, wedding which Will . be : t
interest to, scores of Portland .-people
took place . Wednesday evening, i Octo
ber 22, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Gurr, Hi East .Seventeenth
street,' when their daughter Hael be
came the bride of Lance J, Bell. The
parlors were artistically decorated With
autumn foliage,- ferns, rosea , and Ore
gon grape,, .and effectively combined
to form a beautiful background fon the
bridal, party fcvhlch stood beneath : a
lover's knot of white crepe,' where, the
Rev. Dean Ramsey of St Stephens Pro
Cathedral, ; read the ceremony . The
bride was beautiful In her v wedding
gown of white messallno with het "over
dress and - pearl trimmings. - Her full
length , veil was. held 'With, orange bios ,
soms and ' she carried a shower bou
quet of Bride roses, which was after
wards caught by Mlsa Harriett Connol
ly. Miss Elsie Bell, ulster ot the groom,
wan hHil.nrftaM and was admired ' In
a gown of pale pink crope do chine and
carried a shower- bouquet of pink rose
buds. Roy Galther was best man ana
Mrs. Charles-Rann played Mendels
sohn's wedding march. Miss Grace Con
nolly and Mrs. Edward Graham assisted
In receiving and after the ceremony a
buffet. luncheon was served.' Assisting,
about the room were the .Misses Har-.
rlett; Grace, Gladys and Marlon Connol
ly. Mrs. George connoiiy premaeu .
the punch bowl. The bride is a popular
young, lady and a talented musician.
Mr Bell is a well known business mah
and is connected with the Bell-Wlldman
company. Many beautiful gifts attest
the populartty or the young coupie wno
left Wednesday-evening for a trip to
the Round cities. They will be at home
to their friends at 486 East Seventeen) n
street after November 1. ,
' At the home of' the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Culbertson In Day
ton, Weah., Saturday. October 18, at
high noon, occurred one of the; prettiest
weddings Of : the season when Mlas
Josephine Culbertson became the wife
of Jaaae T. Canrlght. deputy sealer of
weights and measures of- the city Of
Portland. . The nuptial pnrlors were
beautifully decorated with fern, Oregon
grape4 and asters. While the Men
delssohn's wedding march was being
rendered -1 by Miss Laura Lyman of
Whltman 'conservatory. Walla Walla,
the groont, attended by George Hill of
Seattle, and the minister. Rev. Ellis B.
Harris of Wattsburg, Wash., pastor of
the Christian church, .took their placet.
The bridal party was led by pretty little
Zella Culbertson, niece of the bride,
scattering white roae petals in the path
of the bride, who followed leaning upon
the arm of her father. The b"lde -was
beautifully attired In white crepe de
chine. . The ceremony was very I m pre s
slve, being an original composition-Nf or
me occasion, ty me minister. y -y-ft :
The bride is the daughter of Mrand
Mrs.' Joseph Culbertson of Dayton, a re
tired farmer, ' She graduated from the
Dayton high "09, and University of
Washington '13. She is an accomplished
musician. The groom is son of Mr,
and Mrs. John H. Canrlght of Portland,
He graduated from Portland high '04,
and is an ex-' II University of Wash
Ington, He Is now deputy sealer ?f
weights and measures of the city of
Portland. . , - - 1 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Canrlght will make their
home in Portland. '
' The wedding of .Mlsa Myrf A U en to
G. floyd JB rough ton took placa Tue
day, October 21, at the borne of the
bride's parents, Mr, 1 and Mrs. -fi. " D.
Allen, 1 763 - East Burnside street. ; the
Rev. J. W. MacDougal officiating Thu
ceremony was read in the living room.
which was converted into a bower- of
flowers and - palms. Pink chrysanthe
mums being Used effectively.. Mr.,.E.
8. Miller sang during the service with
Mrs. E. p. Northrup accompanying- tn
the piano.- V:,,.,,"; k--;:..-...;.. y-y:
The wedding party took ttelr places
to the strains of Mendelssohn's wedding
march played by Miss Ines Hewitt. Mr,
Webber, acted as best man.. Miss Ella
Tlbbetts the maid of honor, was beau
tifully gowned in pink brocaded ailk
and carried pink carnations. , MUs Allon
fame in on the arm of her father.. Her
gown was white charmeuse with trim
ming of real lace and pearls.. Sue car
ried white chrysanthemums. After the
congratulations refreshments were
served by Miss Ines Hewitt. Miss Maud
Kenworthy, Mies Marie Lowes and the
Misses Ruth Tuttle, Helen Wheeler, Es
ther Lowes ' and Lillian Story, c Mm.
William Searles (Zelma Allen) sister of
the bride, . wore her wedding dress of
white satin.:? Mr. . and Mrs. Broughtoa
left for Seattle and the sound. Mrs.
Broughtons going away gown was i
brown tailored suit - . , c '
Invitations' have been received from
New York city to the marriage of, Mlsa
Elsa Adele Laue of New York to Ar
lington O'Rollln Caughey pt this city
at Harlem Presbyterian church, with
Rev, John Lyon Caughey, an; uncle -of
the groom, officiating. . The wedding
took place Thursday , - evening al
8:30 o'clock. The groom is the ton of
Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Caughey of Port
land and a brother of Mrs, Joseph Gill
(Bertha-Caughey). He is well known
here, where he formerly lived, i - The
bride Is the daughter of Arp 8. Laue of
New ' York - city. . She ! a -clever and
talented girl, an Illustrator on the Mc
Calls magaslne. , The young- couple
plan to make their home In New York,
The home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Rosegrant of Sixty-first street
southeast was the scene of a pretty
wedding , Monday evening, when thelf
daughter, Bernlce Luclle . Rogers, was
married to James D. Watson, Dr. John
H. i Boyd of the . First Presbyterian
Church officiating. The house was tr
tistically decorated with autumn foli
age, Oregon grape and autumn
branches being combined to form a
bower where ; the ceremony i was per
formed. Miss Mamie Rohwen played
the wedding march from Lohengrin.
while tho bridal party took Its place,
and played softly during the marriage
service. The bride wore a lovely gown of
white chiffon over charmeuse with mar
abou trimmings and carried a shower
bououet- of Bride roses. Miss ' Nina
Palmer, the bridesmaid. Was becomlng-J
ly gowned in shell pink messaune.
with wchiffon overdress ana carried
pink roses. Hugh McGlll was best
man Following congratulations by
assembled friends, a dainty repast was
efveo, ,ir. ana rs. waisora ie
city for a short weeding trip 'andWl
be at home after .November I at 92J
Sixty-first street Southeast, , ' ?
A, nrettv weddln took place a the
Miller home at Oervals,' Or..' 8unday,
October 19, at high noon, When,, before
a company of Intimate : friends,' Percy
Orren Ottoway and Clta. Marguerite Mil
ler were united In marriage ty me ev.
Mr.-Mcvlcker, who. read the ring cere
mony at the Presbyterian church.; The
bride was given away by ner Drowier,
Brentford J. J. Miller.
The rooms were d'orated .witn rerns,
English ivy and ei flowers. Mrs, H. R.
Lathrop of Portland." slater of the bride.
Introduced the service with "'Oh, Prom
ise Me." The bride wss attended by
her slater. Miss Wana Miller, as brides
maid, while Walter Blimpson of Corval
tls acted us best man. The bride was
charming In a gown of white crepe me
teor over nilk. She carried white car
nations. The bridesmaid wss attired
In pale pink crepe de chine and she car
ried an arm bouquet of pink carnations.
. Dinner was sorved at the conclusion
of the service to about forty guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Ottoway left for a short
Wedding trip to Tillamook beach and on
their return they will make their home
.is ziuLuiii, v. . -
; Mlas Emily Fifa, WcbstSr becarrie the
bride of Robert W(Utam Pickard last
Wednesday evening at a pretty home
wedding at the residence of her mother,
Mrs. W.; Bt Webster, 14 Graham ave
nue. The ceremony was read by the
Rev, , E. II, Roper at' p. m., before '
gathering of the relatives and most In
timate friends. . After the wedding trip
in .Washington ' and British . Columbia,
Mr.- and Mr. Pickard, will be at home
to their friends at 850 Brooklyn avenue
after December 1. - '
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. Francis Sidney iturt and Miss . Msr
gsret Tsylor Browning were married
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock at "the
residence of - the - bride's parents, ; Mi.
and Mrs. F:of"-rt ( I.
ton strcet..n The -'.
wltne'(i by t He - :- 1
the . bride and lri.i-vri..n. w
formed by the Ilt-v. j;oy I . '
Ington. rector of AH Valuta' J h
church... ' '
The wedding Of Miws Susnn i i
and E. C. Wilson, both of Boston,
took place v here - .Saturday Hl't-nr i,
Judge Jones officiating. ftUsx 1 i u
arrived from Boston the middle ot lit
week and Mr, Wilson, who haa Ix-.-u
panning the summer In Canada at 1 .1
monton, Alherta, met his biiile "to le
here Saturday. They plan 'to make theif
permanent home in this city. - ,
!, On October I U at his residence, tho
Rev. J. Bowersox solemnized the mar
riage of Hans Lindberg and'Jennle OU-a
Berg, i The wedding supper was after
wards served at the home of the bride's
parents, only the Immediate family being
present- The young couple will be at
home to their friends at 241 Ivy streat.
Married at the Centenary Methodlut
parsonage, ' 444 East . Ankenv street,
Wednenday evonlng, October 23, at 4:30.
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this Fall and Winter. , V, . . '
See the beautiful display of the
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