The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, October 31, 1920, Page 40, Image 40

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Smart Wetidine
Is Attended
By 200 Guests
AUTUMN foliage, combined with fall
JtX. flowers, formed the netting for the
wedding of Mis , Ruby Pace : Ferguson
and - Anthony Euwer Wednesday eve
ning .at the Church of -Our Father,
Unitarian. The wedding hymn which
, preceded the ceremony waa sung by
Mn. Alice Price. Ralph W. Hioyt played
the wedding, march. The service Sas
read In the presence of more than 200
guesta by the Rev. Wlll&nr. O. Eliot
Jr., and was followed by a benediction
suns; by Mn. Price.
The bride, who Is a young woman
of unusual charm, waa gowned in white
atln with chiffon and tufie, the gown
- out en train, and the wedding veil de-
- pendina from a coronet of orange blos
soma , Her bouquet was of orchida and
lilies of the valley combined with Bride
rosea. Miss Maude Ferguson, a sister
t of the bride, was a charming maid of
' honor and wore - sv - smart frock of
georgette and tulle with Venetian lace.1
Her t. flowers were pink rosebuds ancL
mauve, orcnias.
Miss Jean McDonald and tlss Edith
.. Carlson, college friends of the bride,
. from Taeoma, Wash., were bridesmaids.
.They were handsomely gowned Jn
orchid tinted satin. Eugene Euwer.
- brother of the bridegroom, was bent
. man. The bridal procession was led
by little Jane Collett, niece of the
bride, who carried a dainty basket of
The wedding reception was held in
tbe church parlors following the rerc
mony. Mrs. C. Elisabeth Ferguson of
South' Dakota, mother of the bride;
Mrs Virginia Courtney Euwer of Park-
'dale, mother of the bridegroom, and
' Mrs. Ralph Collett of Portland, a sla
ter of the bride, received with the
bridal couple.
For the reception, the rooms were
'hanked with Oregon cedar: and autumn
. leaves. At the punchbowl Miss Angle
Orlngsby presided during the evening.
The wedding cakes were served by Mrs.
Ulysses Moore. Out-of-town guests ln
eluded Arthur Sallenbach of Parkdale ;
Mrs. William Albert Harbison of Pltta-
burg, sister of the bridegroom ; Miss
Myrtle Ferguson of Ames. Iowa, a sls
ter of the bride ; Mrs. Emma McDon-
5 aid and Miss Margaret McDonald of
I Tacoma.
I Both Mr. Euwer and his bride have
an unusually wide circle , of. friends in
Portland. Mr. Euwer is widely known
by his humorous writings In verse,
, which he- has admirably Illustrated
, Jf himself. Mrs. Euwer is a gifted reader
and has been an instructor in expres
sion th an Eastern school Following
their honeymoon, which wHl be spent
In the mountains, Mrs. Euwer will
leave for New Zealand on tour with a
Chautauqua circuit and Mr. Euwer will
return to New York to complete the
details for the publication of his most
: recent work. He expects to Join his
wjftf In New Zealand in March and
together they will go to Australia and
to the Orient
Of wide Interest to Portland friends
. Is the marriage of Miss Frances
Marie Strowbridge to Raymond G. Os
T borne of Los Angeles, which will be
solemnized at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Strow
bridge, Wednesday evening, at 790 East
virhth street aoum. io enKi;eiiitiii
announcement was made Wednesday at
- , an Informal tea for which Miss Wyn-
fred Chambreau was hostess, guests
"-' for the occasion including a group of
" the younger girls. The news was told
by the employment of dainty betrothal
cards attached to yellow chrysanthe
mums, which were presented to the
guests by the small brother of Miss
Chambreau. William Wadhams Jr.
- Miss 8trowbrldge is a girl of unusual
charm and personality and has many
friends In Portland. She W been a
" student at the Cumnock School of Ex
pression at Los Angeles and returned
to Portland only last week. Mr. Os
' ' borne Is In business In Los Angeles
" - 'and will return to that city with hia
bride to live.
The marriage of Miss Helen Marty
and Christian Wlese was quietly sol-
cmnlaed Wednesday evening at the
home of the bridegroom's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Wlese, in Eighty-eighth
, street The service was read by the
Rev. H. T. Cash. For the ceremony
'- the rooms were tastefully decorated
with carnations In pink and white.
A delightful wedding supper was
served. MY. and Mrs. Wiese left for
Seattle for a short honeymoon trip,
after which they will be at home to their
many friends at 121 Sixtieth avenue
" southeast
- ' Portland friends will be Interested to
, . know that Mrs. Clarence Jacobson will
arrive In Portland within the week, re
turning from New York .with Mrs. Guy
' Webster Talbot. Mrs. Jacobson has
.been abroad during the summer and
" tall months. , "
Mrs. T. A. Crawford, i worthy matron
. . of Camelia Chapter, O. E. S.. who has!
r" Just recently returned from a trip East,
V entertained Camelia Social club -at her
V, home at 604 Alberta street the fore part
MRS. ESTES SNEDECOR (Rachel King), whose mar
riage was recently solemnized in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs.
. n Snedecor, after a honeymoon trip in the East, expect to
return to Portland. -" ;
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of this month. She was assisted by Mrs.
J. R. Orek and Mrs. Pearl Allison. After
the regular meeting Mrs. J. H. Graham
and Mrs. Phyllis Cory favored the club
with several musical selections. Mrs.
Graham is a violinist and Mrs. Cory an
accomplished pianist. The rooms were
prettily decorated throughout symbolic
of Halloween. Dainty refreshments were
A card party will be given for the
benefit of the club rooms conducted by
the Catholic Women's league for young
women of the city Friday evening at the
club rooms, 2874 Washington street In
the Kilers music house. The women
employed in the cafeteria are giving this
party and extend an Invitation to all
their friends. (
The Social club of Friendship chapter
O. E. S. will give its annual Thanksgiv
ing card party Saturday evening, Nov
ember 20. In Vincent hall. Forty-third
and Sandy boulevard.
Mrs. H. Brown
To Be Hostess
At Card Party
rpHE Rose City Park Community club
X will give its bi-monthly card party
Friday eve, November 5, at the club
house. Bridge and "500" will be played.
All members and their friends Are in
vited to attend. Mrs. Harry V. Brown
will be hostess. At the last party Mrs.
Paula Turner and Mrs. Dennison won
honors at cards.
Mrs. Dale Campbell, assisted by Mrs.
J. W. Mounk and Mrs. Edwin Weiss,
will have charge of a card party to be
given by the club Thursday afternoon.
Bridge and "500" will be played.
College Prom
Dance to Be
Friday Event
ARRANGEMENTS are being completed
for the college prom to be given Fri
day evening at the Multlomah hotel. The
committee has arranged a good program
and special music has been obtained.
These dances have always been .antici
pated by the high school students as
well as the college folk and the com
mittee is anticipating the largest attend
ance of the season at the dance Friday
The committee in charge includes:
Elsie Clod 1 us. Ed Stout Helen Kirsch
ne'r. Richard McLardy, Dorothy Donlon,
Charles Scallon, Eva Versteeg, Ed Bur
pess, Dorothy Lyon, Peter Sweeney, Dor
othy Mitchell. Truman Bidwell. Mildred
Seufert. Bert Haynee, Adele Jones. Con
rad Rath. Elisabeth Wiggins. Albert
"Dugan, Janet Peters, Edwin Serr, Peggy
Densmore. Earl Clarke ana Laurence
Patrons and patronesses are Mr.- and
Mra Leland Seufert, Mr. and Mrs. Plnk-
erton Day.
A dellehtfut autumn event was the
country fair given' by the members of
the Harlequin cluh at tneir nan tn
Portsmouth avenue, October 21. For the
occasion brilliant hued autumn leaves
were used for decorations and Halloween
favors were arranged artistically. The
various booths were presided over by
club members In appropriate costumes
The program Included a cornet solo by
Miss Enid Kimball, a vocal number by
Miss Mary Benson, a mandolin selec
tion by Miss Ethel Pascall and a vocal
duet bv the Misses Irma and Ezma
One of the parties at the University
club dinner dance Friday evening in
cluded Miss Vera O'Brien, Miss Kather
Ine Therkelsen. Miss Jeanette Wiggins
Thomas Young. Pat Ryan and Alfred
O'Brien. Others who made reservations
for parties for the affair were Louis
Oerlinger Jr., John Trent British consul ;
Dr. C. G. Sabin. Mr. and Mrs. Loring K.
Adams, Earl Murphy, J. A. Laing, H.
N. Black. W. Dennison Clark. Dr. W. D.
Huntington. H. W. Hughes and Van
Mrs. W. C. Holdeman of 153 Alberta
street was hostess for a luncheon Tues
day honoring her sister, Mrs. E. Schroe
der of Chicago, who is her house guest.
The table waa centered in autumn leaves
and chrysanthemums and an Informal
program of music followed the luncheon.
Guests were Mrs. J. F. Westburg, Mrs,
J. Peel, Mrs. H. Ronken, Mrs. F. Hor-
grapher, Mra J. Masser. Mrs. M. H.
Thumel and Mra Albert Smith.
Columbia Beach Mr. and Mrs. TL
Strong of Portland motored over the
highway Sunday to Columbia Beach for
the purpose of looking over their prop
erty located here. They returned to the
city Monday. ,
The friends of Mrs. Helen Ekin Barrett
will be pleased to learn of her continued j
convalescence at her home, although by
the order of her physician she is not
permitted to receive callers yet
Martha Washington chapter No. 14.
Order of the Eastern Star, held a recep
tion for Its past matrons and patrons
Wednesday evenings 'The program waa
much enjoyed and included a vocal solo
by Miss Phyllis Wolf, a vonn solo by
Master Marnii Newman, song by Mrs.
unaries Yielding, gad a reading br Mas
ter Maurice Cannon. The presence Of
several distinguished guests added to the
evening's pleasure. Mrs. J. J. Johnson.
wortny matron, was the recipient of two
beautiful bouquets, one the gift of the
past matrons, the other presented by
ine committee in charge. The dining
room was beautiful in Halloween attire,
where quaint corsage bouquets marked
Places for those present A dainty sup
per waa served.
The Daughters of Isabella spent a
Pleasant evening In their clubrooms in
the Cathedral hall enjoying a Halloween
party Tuesday evening. The girls were
met at the door and ushered through
aarx nails by ghostly jrigures to the as
sembly hall, which was beautifully dec
orated with autumn leaves and fall
colors with black cats and witches peep
ing from eVery corner. After spending
the evening with games suitable for the
occasion refreshments were served.
One. of the enjoyable birthday sur
prise parties of the week was given at
the home of Miss Frances Nelson Tues
day evening, the occasion being her nine
teenth birthday anniversary. The even
ing was spent in music and games until
a late hour, when a supper waa served.
Those present were Frances Nelson;
Carrol Kleiber; Agness Johnson, Muriel
Kane. Camlle Blackmann, Harry Marble,
Clifford Dletrick. Axei Austed. Ray
Northup, Francis Davis, Royal Muford,
and Lyndon Nelson.
Mi Newbegin
Honor Guest or )
Mrs. Kellaher
marrias-e to Ernest Crichton will
be an event of the latter part bf Nov
ember waa th guest of honor at, a
snlart luncheon for which' Mra DJia
Killaher was hostess at her home In
Irvington Wednesday. The -table cfor
the affair was unusually attractive. A
We now have m
stock a splendidly
varied assortment
of English hand
loom silk ties
(knots and bows),
ranging from the
neat conservative
designs to beauti
fully blended high
colored materials.
Those in our stock are un
usual as the colors are as
sembled for us and the as
sortment is exclusive.
Established llel "f
: Second Floor, SeDlsg Bldg.
, Sixth and Alder Sts.
A Plain Statement of Facts
Putting Our House in Order
Representative factory salesmen have been
visiting Portland in the past month. They are
quoting prices for spring delivery on shoes, and
they are CHEAPER a saving from l to $2
a pair.
We are anticipating this reduction by mark
ing our entire stock at the new price level. You
will find nothing but regular lines in this sale;
no factory-damaged or shoes purchased for sale
purposes. We have only products from the
most reHaoie lactones as follows:
. Laird, Schober & Co.
Hallahan & Sons
. Wise, Shaw, Feder Co.
Griffin-White Shoe Co.
G. Edwin Smith Shoe Co.
The Following Price Reductions
Oxfords and Pumps
Si 9.00 Boots ..$17.50
$18.50 Boots ..$16.50
17.50 Boots $15.00
$15.00 Boots $13.50
$14.00 Boots $12.50
$12.50 Boots :. $11.00
$10.00 Boots ; $ 9.00
$16.50 Reduced to. ..$15.00
$14.00 Reduced to .$120
$12.50 Reduced to .$11.00
$11.00 Reduced to $ 9.5a
$10.00 Reduced to $ 9.00
$ 9.00 Reduced to ....$ 8.00
We Except the Cantilever Shoes From This Sale .
356 Alder St., Between. Broadway and Park :
Mr. and Mra Charles Swindells en
tertained the Junior cadets of Hill Mil
itary acadenmy Thursday at a birthday
supper in honor of their son Jimmy,
whose twelfth birthday was celebrated.
An immense cake, favors and place cariia
were attractions at the table. Games
fqowed the supper. In addition to the
cadets those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Swindella. Mra Mae Crawford. Dr. Ern
est Bates. Mrs. F. O. Hansen. Mrs.
Chariest Hansen. Miss Helen Hansen of
The Marigold Five Hundred club held
the first meeting of the season at the
home of Mrs. F. I. Marshall. 6530 Forty
first avenue southeast. Friday. The
afternoon was spent at "500." after
which refreshments were served. Card
honors fell to Mrs. IL F. Mclnturff.
Other members present were Mra C. O.
Somaln. Mra Allen O. Hayner. Mrs.
Bergman. Mrs. A. W. Robins. Mrs. H.
Terwllllger and Mrs. J. M. Phlpps.
The Lincoln Garfield corps will hold a
bazaar at room 625 courthouse, Friday.
November 12. Comforts, quilts, all sorts
of aprons, many fancy and useful arti
cles will be on sale. A hot dinner will
N served to the public from 11 :3t) to 2
Mrs. C. D. Bruun returned to the city
Thursday following an extended visit in
California, where she went to place her
niece. Miss Edith Marshall, In school.
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minlature platform covered with amflsEc.
a tiny rug leading; from it to the tatote
waa the setting for a kewpie bridal "par
ty, the bride and bridegroom, Vthe
bridesmaids and the entire companyMand
the platform was surrounded wlh i a
number of dainty , Wellscraft candana In
colors to harmonise with the goy?ts of
the bridesmaids. A gueat prise tjf the
candles was given to the bride) -elect.
Covers were laid for Miss NeWbegin,
Mrs. James B. Ambrose. Mra Ellward
Barnes Watson, Mra Gillis Kellaher,
Mrs. James Jauncey, Mrs. Earl Xatour
ette. Mrs. Charles T. Prehn. Mm Frank
S. Barnes. Mra Robert McMurrar. Miss
Jeanette Wiacina. Miss Kathersne Cor
bln. Miss Lorn a Oanong. FolloMngr the
luncheon bridge waa played, cand. honors
tailing to Miss Corbtn.
A Smart Skirt
With Dash
and Snap
We manufacture
all the different
styles of pleating.
We cut, seam,
hem, accordion,
knife or box pleat,
and all styles bf
pleated skirts
ready to put on
belting. v
Eastern Novelty
Manufacturing Co.
Manchester Bldg., 85, Fifth St.
Broadway 200 0
r "L Si jf
- i weed-U-Wool ouits
.For Women
. and Misses
The Correct
for All
$45 $50 $55
Coats $50
for Women
Leading Clothier
Morrison at Fourth
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Nestle Electric Steam Process.
Makes a Soft, Natural Wave
and Not a Kink.
SIS Globe Bldgn
ElATeath aad Waihlerton.
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a ui k'liskiii pvU a. win Aia nnno ft, v( wu
sEvnnJL Scalp Treating, by Leigh Sisters.
Dun. Open Evenings by Appointment.
124 12 128
The Stoire of I n d iv i d u a I S h o p s
Now Profits for Yi)u While We Make Extra Efforts
to Help the Back-to-Normal Movement
Cloth and Plush Coats
of Exceptional Quality
Priced Regularly up to $6950
Am especially fine assortment in shades of brown
Not a coat in these groups that would not do credit to the coats of four years
ago at equal prices. The materials are splendid velour, silvertone, yalama,
suedine, bolivfca, ondulette, mixtures and plusri the styles are smart, whether
you choose a jfull-cut model with cape-like collar or a trimly belted , style.
Many have big collars of self-material or fur.
Bet your own eyes convince you of the superior
ualue of these coats displayed on the second floor.
" Suits Selling Regu larly at
$65 to $10P
$59 $6tfe
Silvertone, yalama, duvet de lalne, tricotine,
serge, velour, in fall shades some with hand
some fur collars.
Very New and Very Chic
Fur Hats at
Limited Number of
Smart Satin Dresses
Very Special
'Extra heavy quality, n navy, black
and brown. Straight line most of
them, although clever draped and
tunic models are shown also.
Just the thing for the
simple Halloween party
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Saucily upturned brim of fur
contrasts effectively with
the soft crown of satin, velvet
or metallic cloth. Fancy pins
or a. bit of vivid color enliven
the dark richness of the for.
Youll find these new fur hats
in the millinery department
on the third floor.
The Blouse Shop Is
Showing New Suit Blouses
5 $74i '10 '12 45
Navy and brown predominate :n4 georgette,
satin, taffeta, tricolette, mignoriette and crepe
de chine are favored fabrics. Overblouses and
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