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About Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 190?-1910 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1910)
THI EUGBNB WEEKLY GUARD, THURSDAY. SEP. 29, 191°
Alex Cockerline. Mr. and Mrs. M W.
Calkins, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Preston
and Dr. and Mrs. *WnL Kuykendall.
Miss Ruby Pratt was the motif for
a delightful affair again this week.
Ou Monday afternoon Mrs. J. «•
Shumate and Mrs. S. 8. Spencer en
tertained with whist and a surprise
handkerchief shower in her honor.
Mrs. Spencer's home was attractively
d.H-orated with autumn leaves and
pink and white asters, while the din
ing room was in red hearts and cu-
pids and a large center piece of sil
ver formed the decorations. Over
the dining room doorway was sus
pended a large heart which showers
its coutents. many beautiful aud
dainty handkerchiefs, over Miss
Pratt as she entered the room. She
also won the prize at cards. Mrs. R.
M. Pratt and Mrs. Titus assisted the
hostess in serving. The guests were:
Miss Ruby Pratt. Miss Nettie Kress,
Miss Lucile Abrams. Miss France
Kelly, Miss Winifred Kelly. Miss
Grace Magladry. Miss Margaret Het-
ich. Miss Kate Henderson. Miss Win
ifred Coekerline Miss Frieda Gold
smith. Miss Lucile Dunn. Miss June
Gray. Mrs. Sidney Smith. Miss Pearl
Hawthorne. Miss Mabel Kuykendall.
Miss Claire Dunn and Miss Mae
One of the prettiest home wed Carol Johnson the thimble and Mr.
dings of the season took place at the Evans the ring The bride's boquet
caught by Miss Kate Henderson.
home of Mr. and Mrs R. M. Pratt was
Mr. and Mrs. Loomis left that night
on Thursday evening when their for Portland Later they will go to
daughter, Miss RuDy Pratt, was unit Seattle and British Columbia points
ed in marriage with Frank Clarke to spend a couple of weeks. They
be at home in Portland after the
Loomis of Portland, son of Dr. and will
22nd at 872 Michigan avenue.
Mrs. C. E. Loomis, of this city. The
ceremony was performed at 8 o’clock
Last Wednesday evening Dr. and
by Rev. P. K. Hammond, the beauti Mrs. Grant S. Beardsley were the
ful Episcopalian ring serviege being complimented guests at a pretty par-
read. The bridal party entered the
at the Spencar
dining room through an aisle formed ty
Pearl street by Dr. and Mrs. J. F.
by pink ribbons, held by Miss Pearl Titus and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Spen
Hawthorne and Miss M'inlfred Kel cer. The attractive living rooms
ly. and stood beneath a beautiful were brightened with a profusion of
canopy fashioned with pink tulle and autumn leaves and pink and white
ribbon entwined with pink sweet asters. In the dining room red
peas. Miss Pratt wore a handsome hearts, cupids and red flowers form
gown of cream crepe meteor en train ed the decorations. Whist formed
and long tulle veil held in place with the evening s entertainment at which
llllies of the valley. She carried a Mrs. P. E. Snodgrass won the ladies’
shower boquet of bride's roses and prize while Mr. B. F. Bogart and Mr.
Lovers of the beautiful in art. po-
asparagus ferns. Miss Mao Sage, her H. F. Tro nip tied for the gentlemen's etry and music will be glad to learn
bridesmaid, wore pink mousellaine the former being the successful one. that the Euterpiau society, in which
with silver trimmings. Her flowers The hostess served delicious refresh so much interest was aroused in the
were rosebuds. The groom was at- ments to the folowing guests: Dr. early summer, is sooc- to be launch
ended by Mr. Harold Dalzell. Miss and Mrs. Beardsley. Dr. and Mrs. ed in Eugene. Mr. Francis Eaton, the
Kate Henderson played the wedding Day. Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Smith, organizer, returned to the city this
march, accompanied by Miss Lucile
and Mrs. Chas. W. Chambers, week and has been active in his calls
Abrams on the violin. The Misses Mr.
and Mrs. George Henry Smith. upon the large membership secured
Bernice and Annette Spencer recelv-j Mr.
Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Willoughby. Mr. I here earlier in the year. A large
ed the guests at the door. The floral and
L. E. Bean. Mr. and Mrs.1 number of invitations will be issued
decorations of the home were most J. W. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. at an early date for the initial pro
elaborate. Quantities of pink and Bogart. Shumate,
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Snod gram. which promises to be most ln-
white asters were effectively used in grass. Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Gold I teresting.
hanging baskets, jardineres and on smith. Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Tromp,
the walls. The stairway received a and W. E. Sweet.
, Mrs. M. J. Duryea was hostess to
beautiful treatment with flowers
the Shakespeare club at her home on
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and streamers of ribbon. Following
the congratulations and best wishes, 1 On Tuesday evening Mrs. Laura Hill Crest Monday afternoon. An
and profitable hour ^was
the bridal party and guests sat down [Harris was given a delightful sur- interesting
with the reading of “All's Well
•to a delicious luncheon served by prise. When 6he resumed home spent
Ends Well.” under the leader
Miss Frieda Goldsmith, Miss Meta late in the evening she found a num That
Goldsmith, Miss France Kelly. Miss ber of friends who knew it was her ship of Mrs. P. K. Hammond, presi
Winifred Kelly, Miss Kate Hender birthday, had taken advantage of her dent of the club.
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son and Miss June Gray. The tablei absence and had invaded her home.
The Ladies’ Aid Society of the
decorations, including the flowers,: There the ladles busied themselves Central
Presbyterian church met in
candle shades, and also the menu,: for several hours and at 6:30 a the church
parlors last Tuesday af
cleverly corried out the pink idea. sumptuous supper was served to
In cutting the wedding cake, Miss the following party: Mrs. Harris, ternoon. The afternoon was devot
France Kelly secured th» coin. Miss, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chambers. Mr. ed to quilting and sewing for an
Lucile Abrams the wish-bone, Mis6 and Mrs. E. E. Mink, Mr. and Mrs. Alaskan missionary box. At the
frequently Indulges her fancy f„r
combinations mid develop» the <
close of a pleasant aftsrimon the
In Mntln or velvet If. iho skirl 1» f.»
hostess. Mrs, 8. B. Eakin. Mrs. H. N.
limed of cloth
(1 dug back to th«
Mount tend Mrs. Northrup, served,
* ni'tdvl in qusattOD, though, the -klrt
Ila bulk In two flounce», very »cam,
cloae-tlttliig affairs, th« topmost oug
The quarterly tea meeting of tho
falling barely over th« head of nt„
missionary society of the Methodist
lowermost. Th««« are attached to
church met at the home of Mrs. A.
narrow panels front mid back the
K Sweetser last Tuesday afternoon.
nklrt boasts no <dh«r trimming
A devotional meeting and a short
The Jacket 1» very quaint, being
program occupied the afternoon, al
"t the bottom mid having th<»
ter which light refreshments were
o< kblnd revere and collars, very
served by the hostess.
bread and shaped off in pointe to
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ward the shoulder« These. Ilk« tiia
The Women's Republican Patriotic
coat Itself, are outlined with very
League met this afternoon with Mrs.
durk brown velvet There are sever
George Yoran at her homo on Most
al pew shapes III Jackets, all of lhetti
Eighth street. The usual business
variations of the lluslan hlou-e mora
meeting and literary program charac
Allot It, t ( • SiMM In r>> ma
terised the session, after which
brown ratlno th« new fabric that
fresh meats were
has taken such a hold on the pcoplo
la worth describing
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holt and revere of satin of the aaitio
The Sunshiue Club.
color embroidered with bla<
moat popular sewing clubs of
sleeve la ala« « new model,
winter, will resume Its meetings
tight nor bouffant, but Just a
again next week. Mrs. David Link
fortablS and practical shapo nd
will he the hostess at the initial
The skirt la Iliad« plaited th
meeting next Friday afternoon, Sep
not caught in anywhere mi.I
tember 30th. at her home on East
However, th« skirt 1» not a n
for the plaits are scauty. Tl
width of the hem la hot no
The Tuesday afternoon bridge
two yards The back la I
club, which was recently organised.
hang «lose to the heels. In I
met at the home of Mrs. H. A Tromp
on West Ninth street this week. Sev
entire skirt, though phUte
eral hours were pleasantly spent at
th« figure all around
the popular game of bridge, after
These narrow plaited skirt» aro
which Mrs. Tromp passed refresh
quite as popular as the flounced mo
ments. The Invited guests were
Sotnetlm«* th« plaits extend
Mrs. M. J. Duryea. Mrs Everham,
only to the knees whero they are
Miss Taylor and Mrs. J. W. Quack
finished of deep folds either of thn
same material or of contrasting fab
ric. Sometimes the fold is cut In one
with n straight front panel I'sualiy
bands of fur. satin or velvet are u»ed
: FADS AND FASHIONS !
to outline th« plain deep band, and
the»« are repeated In the decoration
of the blouse A pretty spotted voile
In gray and very dark green la made
In listing the fashionable fabrics
•after this pattern, the little square
for fall and winter wear, both for
Photo by American l'i*»s Association.
yoke being of bsnda of Insertion
entire costumes and trimmings, fur
stltchej together with the narrowest
— — very lit
fully - — mum»
must be added to velvet and satin. almost
It will be a difficult matter to place thain for the house and show up bet- B<) an not to detract from the alenjer- possible bands of soutache In green
it. however, fc- each Is as fashion (ter under daylight than under arti ne«s of silhouette and the clinging and the shade of the figures In the
skirt effect As a rule they are set gray vollie dress material,
able as the other. fSere being no se ficial light.
Black moire makes »otn« of th«
cond place for either. The one thing
Problematic modes are growing on at intervals with flat trimming
that can settle the question, and one fewer and the models that appear between or with borders of some best afternoon tailor gowns
only, is the amount of money that a now are destined to find permanent smart flat trimming. In other In of the moires are trimmed with but
woman has to spend upon her ward-] favor among the leaders of well- stance» the flounces meet and over tons. othera with velvet and others
dressed women, Ftirlher attention lap very slightly. A frock of rose with satin. Those of satin will bo
The growing popularity of fur Is' might be directed toward the flounc stem brom cloth is n good looking moat modish for autumn, whllo for
bringing into greater prominence ed skirts, which are more charming example of up-to-date flounce hand wear after the holidays velvet rovers
several new shades of brown, which, in detail and youthful In effect than ling and Is very likeable accompanied collars and cuffs will take Its place.
are to be mingled with smoky grays? ever. The flounces may be of any by a smart little tailored coat of the(
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dark blues, etc., but the browns are, material whatever and must be care same material, though Dame Fashion
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