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- Smart Functions
ONE of the smart function or the sea
son, will be the subscription dance
' to be given at the Benson hotel Novem
- er II by a (roup of younger married
folk. Patronesses for the event will In-
. Ruth Scbwettser, Mrs. ' , Max Hlrsch,
i Mrs. Julius Ij.. Meier, Mrs. Joseph Roth
, ' child. Mrs. F. Seller, Mrs.' Lloyd Frank,
Mrs. Milton Wursweller, Mrs. Jesse B.
' Kttleson. Mrs. Harold M. Wendell. Mrs.
' Charles T. Berg. Mrs. "William Holler
Ehrmann, Mrs. Herbert L. Frank. Mrs.
Sanford Lowenaart. .Mrs. Roy Marx,
Mrs. Slgmund Otfenhelmer. Invitations
have been Issued to about 200 guests.
The marriage of Miss Bessie Olella
Storey to Vilroy CoJs Miller of Liv
ingston, Mont., was an. event of Satur
day evening at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Storey of
Irvington. The service was read In the
presence ox a smau nvunuer or irienas
and relatives by Rev. John 11. Gardner
Jr. of Detroit, MlchV The wedding march
music was continued softly throughout
the ceremony. Miss Marie Gammle was
bridesmaid and. Blaine R. Smith Jr. was
the bridegroom's only attendant.
The bride was handsomely gowned in
' white satin with Irish point lace brought
from France by the bridegroom, who was
' In tservlce overseas. Her flowers were
Ophelia roses. Miss Gammle wore a
smart frock of white satin and georg
ette' crepe and carried pink roses.
The bride, who has been a student of
tha Russian School of Dancing under
Miss Gammle. is a former Tacoma girl
, and has -made her home In Portland
only a short time. She was graduated
from the Girls' Collegiate school of Los
Angeles. Her father, J. O. Storey, is a
prominent lumberman of this city.
' Mr. .Miller is a graduate of Ann Arbor
and . of Princeton university. He la a
member of the Sigma Nu fraternity and
of the Key and Seal club of Princeton.
.Following a brief honeymoon through
Montana and a few days' visit in Spo
. kane, Mr. and Mrs. Miller will make
-their home In Llvingnton. where the
bridegroom is engaged in business.
- Cherryville, Oct. 30. The wedding of
'Archie Averlll of Cherryville to Miss
Muriel Bissell of Portland was cele
brated at tho residence of the bride's
mother, in Portsmouth avenue, Sunday
at high noon, the Kev. Atkinson of the
Methodist Episcopal church officiating.
The bridegroom Is employed by the
, Crown Paper company of Oregon City
and Is an overseas veteran. Mr. and
Mrs. Averill left for a brief wedding
l rip to sound cities and will make their
home at Oregon City after November 1.
Miss Helen Cattron was hostess at a
( charmingly appointed dinner given Tues
.. daV evening at the Hotel Portland to
' announce the engagement of Miss Doro-
ny Bade and E. MacFarland Green.
Covers were placed for 10 guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Lorlng K. Adams enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Thomas
end Mrs. May Dearjborn Schwab at the
Unjversity club dinner dance Friday
evenings. Mr. and Mrs. Bert E. Haney
also joined their party.
MRS. JOSEPH W. HAMMOND it one cf the charming
recent brides who have come to Portland to reside. She
was Miss Edith M. Ruble of San Francisco before her
marriage several weeks ago. . -
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OjNE of the unique affairs of the week
was the Halloween party given
Tuesday, evening by the "Self-Startera,"
a group of the younger married folk
who have arranged several delightful
functions throughout the 'last year, each
being. featured with a program which is
carefully kept a secret until the guests
assemble. For Tuesday night's affair
the company, which includes about 30
yonng people, met at the entrance to
the Lona Fir cemetery on being sum
moned by the committee of the club.
The guests were shrouded in sheet and
pillow case costumes and masked. Fol
lowing their leader, they were escorted
to the Laurelhurst clubhouse, where
thev vera the nata nf Mr. and Mm.
Aaron M. Frank for dinner, whlcrf was
served In novel fashion from long tables
covered with" black tablecloth. Toe
clubhouse was banked In autumn foliage,
and the crimson leaves were artistically
arranged about the lamps of the club
and upon ' the tables.- . Following, the
dinner the company enjoyed an informal
An election day ball will be held hi
the Knights of Columbus building next
Tuesday evening. The dance will be giv
en by P. J. VogU F. J. Schnlederjoet, C
J. Lair. Vincent Collins, Dr. J. M. Mur
phy and John Callahan. A feature of
the evening will be the receipt of election
returns on a private wire, which will be
announced during intermissions. Invita
tions for the affair are obtainable at the
K. of C. clubhouse, 364 Taylor street.
The Women of Rotary were Halloween
hostesses at Women of Woodcraft hall
Saturday evening, with men of Rotary
as guests. Fortune telling booths, stunts,
cards and dancing were among the even
ing's features. The fact that guests
were in costume added special interest
to the occasion. - Mrs. E. C. Peets and
Mrs. E. W. Ellis were among those
active In managing the affair.
AT THE borne of Floyd J. Campbell,
411 Fast Fifty-second street north,
the Misses Helen and Florence gave a
very merry Halloween party, Saturday
evening when dancing and a general
good time was enjoyed.
The decorations were typical of the
season, yellow and black favors with
cornstalks and jack-o'-lantern pumpkins.
The refreshments consisted of indi
vidual pumpkin pies, miniature dough
nuts and apple elder. . ' ;
The 40 guests Included Josephine Or
put. Rddney Keating, Joy Johnson. John
Kirk, Gwendolyn Kohns, Robert Tasker,
Helen G ripper, Kenneth Wilson, Frances
G ripper,, Wayne Woodmansee, Margue
rite Dutcber,' Chester Dutcher, Helen
Cantine, - Robert . Dickinson. Gertrude
Houav - Ned Kltto. Jane A FltxpatrlcU;
Cornelius TonseUv Penelope Oehr, Her
bert , Cronkhlte, -Dorothy v Anderson
Orlgga Carlton,' Anabel Clark, Lloyd Da
vies, Freda Runes, Ben Matthews, Hasel
Smith, Joyla DahU Mary Clarln, Robert
Bernl, Esther Flggins, Jesse Laman,
Katharine Short. Hilton Rose, Mildred
Johnson, Otto Pick, Jack Lothrop, Allen
Mrs. C. N. Mc Arthur has been the in
spiration for several informal affairs
during the past week. Mrs. W. B. Rob
erson entertained for her with bridge
and a tea ' Wednesday afternoon, Mrs.
LeRoy R. Fields was a luncheon hostess
in her honor and Mrs. Henry W. Mets
ger was hostess for a luncheon honoring
Mrs. McArthur Saturday afternoon.
Monday, Mrs. Carl L. Wernicke will
entertain informally for her.
The Iowa State society will meet
Wednesday . evening, at the Portland
Turn Vereln hall. The business meeting
will begin promptly at 8:15 o'clock, to
be followed by a program of cards,
and. dancing. Refreshments will be
served. All Iowans and friends are in
vited to attend.
" Ate Hoststi
ONE of the merriest of the many gay
Halloween parties for the younger
boys and girls was the festivity given
Friday night by the faculty and the
junior cadets of Hill Military academy.
The ballroom in the residence hall at
ITS North Twenty-fourth street - was
decorated in Halloween colors and
features. Over the windows were val
ances of orange crepe paper adorned
with witches and owls, while the electrta
lights werej shaded on pumpkin-like
globes. Bon bons and gay paper hats
were distributed as favors for tie f rsnd
march and the supper.
'MrAand Mrs. I. R. Tower are up from
Coos Bay for a short visit and are gut
at th Hotel Portland. :
Beginning Tomorrow Morning
Our Most Important
Dance Given at
AN old-fashioned dinner and a dance
were given Saturday night at Wa
verley Country club as a feature of the
celebration of Halloween. More than
150 reservations for dinner parties were
made and the affair was a- delightful
one. Among those who were hosts for
small parties were: Mr. and Mra.
Thomas H. Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
itaymond B. Wilcox. Mr. and Mrs. R.
W. Neighbor, Mrs. Francis Burke, A.
S. Moody. Mr. and Mrs. Georae F.
Nevlns, A. Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs.
Tann . Kerr, Mrs. C. V. Vernon,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Sharps, O. B.
Stubbs. Dr. and Mra. .T. PhilHnna To.
miesie. J. c. Banks and Mr. and Mrs.
fTanmin t. uruntn.
;Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jewett
from Gardiner Friday to meet relatives
arrlviag from the East to spend the
winter in uregon.
Ben Butler Relief corns will hM it.
regular meeting at 525 courthouse
inuraaay at 2 o ciocK. A full attend
ance, is requested.
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