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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1912)
SOCIETY MOYES TOTE CLUBS'
Brides of Early Summer
Outdoor Putimes Take the Place of
the Indoor Erenta,
MATTY WEDDINGS SCHEDULED
Cwsvld Baa Basy Month Refer HI
. Cauor Claa Baa Bis O Bea
ten) Other Cleae Open
318-320 ViSojuTO.16.TH. t.
M o )
. Sawn fee Sens er.
I Social Calender.
MONDAT Mrs. June Love Pejrtoa,
meeting of Team Bridge dub; Monday
Brldca club, meeting at Country club;
Recaption (or Clarkaon Memorial hos
pital graduating nuraea at Jacobs Me
TUESDAY Mr. J. O. Robb. luncheon
tor Mia Grace Plereon; Mr. J. 8.
Becker, meeting of Unlver I Sewing
club; play (or benefit of Trinity Altar
guild at Jacob' hall at I p. m.; Mr.
Paul Thlennnsoa. meeting ot Serroo
WEDXESDAT-Mrs. J. M. Meteslf, af
ternoon brtdre (or Mra. C. E. Crala of
Springfield. 111.; Dance at Country club;
Columbian circle, afternoon party.
THURSDAY1 Reception at Chamber (or
Wis Memorial hospital graduating
claaa; Mra J. F. Welch, meeting of
Saaatlka crab; Mr. Oeorc Print, meet
ing of Cooking club;-
FRIDAY Mra. J. M. Metcalf. meeting of
the Friday Bridge club;- Columbian
circle, evening party; .
SATURDAY Opening of tha Field club;
Th Little rUncse" at Brardcle the
ater for benefit of Vltlttng Nun ssso
claUon; Ula Ruth Hiurlcbs, luncheon.
Th Interest la Country club opening
comes ana goes, but the Inter t In wad
One (oat on forever. And uch a lot
of wedding plan there are (or May
and June! -May ha been looked upon
tor year and year by superstitious (oik
a n unlucky month In whlcS to embark
n matrimonial venture, but a number
( Omaha young people have put thl
popular belief away with tha old-fogy
notion and art being married thl
Mr. Hortea Munger. ton of Judge and
Mra. W. H. Munger of thl city, will be
married Tueeday, May tl to Mia Oer
aldln Bar ot North Platte. Th Omaha
relative will attend th church wedding
which will be held t th Church of Our
Saviour la North Piatt with Rev. MY.
Chapman officiating. Sine ' leaving
Omaha Mr. Munger ha been aatoclated
with th United State National bank of
North natt nd th young eoapl will
Among th June weddlnt will be that
ef nothr Omaha young man and, an
out-of-towa girt who will rettde In an
tra city sltsr their marriage. Mr.
Robert Erie Campbell, gon of Mr. and
Mr. John Campbell ot Omaha, will be
married to Ml Dorothy Miller, daughter
at Mr. and Mrs. John K. Miller ot Lin
coln, th last ot th month.
Ml Miller I a grtduat of th I'm
vanity of Nebraska, a, member' o( th
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, and ha
Jo (tudled a year In Pari.
Mr. Campbell graduated from th
Omaha High gehool. alto from th Unl
vanity at Nebraska, where he took hi
degree la th electrical sng nesting sour
two year ago. While at th university
he was prominent In athletic and social
circle. He la a member ot th Alpha
w nam fraternity and of three Inter
freternltl : Th Viking, la hi sopho
more year; Iron Bphlns. la hi junior
year; and Innocents, la hi senior year.
H ha tor twa year held a position
wlth th Notional Electris Limp com
' pear ot Cleveland, whrs th young
ooupl Vill make their home. Th wed
ding wit Uk place th lat ot Jim.
Another Jun wedding will be that at
Ml Margaret Craig, daughter ot Mr.
aad Mra, J. W. Craig who formerly lived
la Omaha, but who have recently moved
t a ranch ta th western part ot th
Stat. Ml Craig will be married ta Lrea
tenant Paul William ad et th !
nth Infantry at Cheyenne, aad ther
th young people will reside after th
Th marriage et a popular young
Omaha woman ta aa out-of-town maa I
. lo scheduled for this month, hut th
plan are being kept very seem. Th
date has been set for Jun U attar which
th younc couple wl:i Uk a wedding
Lea tatareat ta Tneetrteees.
Why are Mia Carol is Blertnan and
Mr. Mayaard Iwarts, whs added a
mativ u tha Buoaaa of th parformaao
( tha "Jolly Mueketeer glvaa by th
v.iehta at Ak-Sar-Ben. lacking from th
casta of "The Mikado," which th Elk
will put on at th Orpheum My IT
Mr. Iwirti was th loading tenor in
i Musketeer" nd Mia Biermaa
i a member at th chorus. Both war
sought tor the production of Tn
Mikado" and both war loath ta taks
pan la a play la which Mr. warts, as
leading sua, would ha obliged to feign
effect! for another young woman.
It Is whispered about among the ama-
that these two deserter (rom
I heir rank ere tar more Interested Just
aew la pretty bungalow which Mr.
warts is hulldlng m Dundee than thy
i theatrical. Thev have given a
premise, however, that they may
ting together k the opera for Ag-ear-
Sen next winter after the autuma we
Mmm aaaana as ever.
Mr. awaits and Ml Bterman make a
iMtiu aaunia. Ma la tell aad dark aad
Bhe I petit aad Monde. Use Btermaa
beauty has been made rasas as ue pw
ad Lean Boetwlck. She ha posed
... Cora anew e-lrt. th eaaos girl, th
aatooioelie glri and la away ether at
tractive conceit, eh Is ens eg tne poe-
u haJiaa at the Rod aad two clue.
Mr. Bwaru at manager ( the Bwarts
M.tt.a- ataisuf.- a nlncer et meca
ahtlity end en et the crack tennis Hay-
rs et th field dim. -
mt Cr k.
n. .iuan. ai Port Crook Friday even
ing by the officers aad tedle et the peat
ares ee of the moot enjoreot events 01
the week. Nuuisron dinner parties were
given preceding the hep end saany guests
(roes Osasha attended. Cetooel aad Mra
va-niiu. r Battler ktd the grand marsh
and th dlffereat flgarea at the gorraan
r. aad br Cetooel Battler. Captala
. I Ji tenant Orlfflth. Th
. -..i-i. tiia kaat et the Sartes for
thl seeaea. we. eae et th ssoet elas-
orata glvea et the poet. APPM
pjuaa blossom sad ether spring dower.
m la, aoaaoaao m "
Japaaeee taataraa aad Anssrtoaa Beg
The guests from Omaha
kA - - - i --"
Arthar Cowan aad Iatanant BeU et
Fert Oeaahe, Captain and Mra. Bafea
htk. UsuunauU aad Mra. Natkaa Post.
Meter aad Mrs. Evans. M!a
Naeh. Mi- Nor Fertamaa of Lea Aa-
g. call Mi- O" UarlJ?Z
Whltmerew Mi- KaU-rtn. Moor-
heatd. Mia' XUdred Rogers. Ml Iron
i-!!"-tt ef Chieage, Ml- Eil-beth Bweet.
mZ L-r Jerdaa, Ml- Katherlne Me-
Cnahan, Mewo. C uiis, Oer-
don Kellcy, Robert Burns. Bamuel Dlgh
ton. C. I Lord, Taylor Belcher, Colonel
Coelidg. Oeorg Duncan, Meyer of New
Masy Visitor Casalaa.
Mr. Charles Whitehead of Denver I
expected to visit hsr ltr-ln-lw, Mrs.
Allaire, at Fort Crook and later will be
with Ml Curtis.
Miss Tuck of Chicago arrived yesterday
to visit her cousin. Mrs. J. W. Griffith.
Mrs. R- U Hsrper ot Denver, th guest
ot Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Jonas for th last
two weeks, leavss Monday.
Mrs. Robert Lowell Parker and mall
daughter, Oretchen, left last week for
Chfcago. after a visit of some weeks with
her parsnts, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. McCon
noil. Mr. snd Mrs. Martin Bus, who have
been at Hot Springs, Vs., on their wed
ding trip. returned this week to New
York,' where Mrs. Sexs will give up her
spertment and after two weeks at Briar
Cliff Lodgs will start for Omaha with
Mr. , making the trip by motet.
Mrs. C. J. Oreen hss aa her guest Mrs.
R, H. Oakley, formerly of Lincoln, but
recently ot Berlin.
Mr. and Mrs, Victor Caldwell expect
ttra. Emit Kayaer of Pasadena, Cel.. to
arrive next Wednesday to be their gueat
Mr. Kayaer will be remembered Mis
aertrude Vlsscher, formerly ot thl city.
O. H. t. Laaehrea.
Th first thre day of thl week will
he busy ones tor the girls whe are en
rolled In the domestic claaae at th
Omaha High school, as every laart ha
a asked te help prepare th luncheon
which will he tendered the twelv mm
sr of the Board ot Education and asv
rsl other educational mentors ot Omaha
at the school dining room Wedneeday
All the dainty edible will he prepared
by th girls themselves st ths school
under th direction ot Mia Neva Turner,
who bb charge ot th cooking claaae.
Four seursee wilt be Included la th
Th table win be decorated la yellow
and white aad spring blossoms.
Ml Turner ha selected th following
eomsiHt f girls te ssrv th luncheon
Myra Lury, iarahCnle,
Madeline Mela, Irma Btldham.
At the Country Club
Nearly IW member ot th Country slub
took part la th formal opening last
evening, when aumerou dinner parties
both large snd smell were given. An at
tractive decoratloa at spring flower and
fern were and. Baskets et blossoms be
ing placed on eech table.
Ob et the (mailer parti waa given
br Wlleo Austin whose guest were
Ml Alice Csry McOrew. Ml Dorothy
Morgan snd Lieutenant Muncaater.
Mr. nd Mrs. Harry Tukey and Mr. aad
lire. Jerome Mage dined together.
Ml Eugenie Whltmor had aa her
guest at dinner; Ml Klot Jenks,
CUlr Woodara; Messrs: Wyll Hafer,
The ma Matter. Lieutenant Wilson aad
Mr. and Mra. Charles Hannaa, jr., ef
Mr. 1. M. Metoalt and Mra, Ella
Squires dined together.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doorly and Mr.
aad hire. Clerks Powell dlaad together.
Th largest et the dinner parti wn
gives by Mr. snd Mrs. Victor Caldwell,
who guest wars seated at small tables
la th green eet and Included:
Mr. and Mm Oeorg A. Josrya.
Mr. and Mr. Henry W. Tales.
Mr. end Mr. C. E. Yost,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ljmaa.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lov.
Mr. and Mrs. A. U Reed.
Mr. end Mr. J. R. Boobte.
Mr. and Mrs. gaauel Caldwell.
Oeroea W. Wattle . Reh Morgan,
Frances Wees tie, Agne Burklew,
Meesr.- Me re-
MacMlllea WeksUy. Clement C. Chase.
Frank Burklev. Coarle DeueL
Char Ma sounder.
Mr. aad Mrs. C J. Bmyth's gu u were
Mr. and Mr. A. M. Borghim.
Mr. end Mrs. T. J. .Mahooey.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Gaines.
Ml Mary Muachbeft
Mrs, Ben Oallagher had:
Mr. sad Mr. Joha A. Meghan.
Mr. and Mr. John f. Brady.
Mr. sod Mrs. C. H. Dleta
Mr. Ben Oallagher.
Mr. Fa ul Gallagher.
Mr. and Mrs. Weetereok entrtalad:
Mr. and Mr. A. V. Klnaler.
Mr. end Mrs. Edwin gwnbe.
Mr. end Mr. Herbert Wheeler.
Mr. ad Mrs. R L. Huntley.
Mr. aad Mrs. Loul Kaeh.
Mr. and lira C. Y. Snuin.
Mrs, Eve Wallace.
Mr. BnMr Cope.
With Mr. aad Mrs. E. W. Dtxea were:
Mr. and Mrs. C M. Wllhelm.
Mr. snd Mrs. L, F. Crotoot.
Mr. snd Mrs. Anhsr & eras
Mr. end Mra. F. A. Nash.
Mr. and Mrs. C K. Bpens.
Ml Mildred Rogers satertslacd tor a
groat. MM Bverett. and aaa
Helen Davl. -Irn Everett,
Mary Alice Roger, Mildred Mogera.
Will Schnarr. C. U Lord.
Walter Robert. gamuel Dlghton.
Mi Moerhead gu ts ware:
Csntaln and Mrs. Robert L HamlltoB
Captala and Mr. Bwitser or rort crooa.
Mr. Harlay Moorhead.
Dr. and Mrs. F. N. Connor entertained.
Judge snd Mra W. D. McHugh.
Mr. snd Mra W. F. Qurley.
Mr. snd Mrs M. A. Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Burkley.
Ml Etla Ms Brown's gu ts were:
Mr. Evans of Wyoming.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kee.lne.
Dr. snd Mr. Frederick Lake.
Mr. Lawrenc Brlnker.
Mr. Charles Brown.
Wtth Mr. and Mr. Z. T. Undsey wre
Mr. B. F. Crummer. .
Mrs. J. W. Oannrtt.
Mr. Frank Colpetser.
Mr. and Mra. Joseph Bald rig star
Mr. nd Mrs. Howsrd Patdrtge.
Mr. and Mrs F. P. KlrkendalU
Mr. Freak Judson.
Mr. Luther Drake had as his gu ts:
Mr. snd Mrs. Wrd Burgee.
Mr. snd Mrs. Do Forest Richard.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cummin gs.
A Dutch treat party Included:
Mr. and Mr. E. M. Fan-field.
Mr. and Mr. W. B. Martin.
Mr. and Mra Charlea rltswart
Mrs. Wild man of Council Bluffs.
1 rm U.imnhMVl
Colonel snd Mrs. Butller ot Fort Crook.
Mr. snd Mrs. K. It. upragu.
Mi Lynn Curtis,
Mis May Hamilton.
Mrs. C. E. Crsln of Springfield, (X
Mi Deny Doane.
Mr. E. W. Gannett.
Dr. Leroy Crummer.
Mr. A. B Warrea.
Mr. C. W. Hull.
Mr. William Jackson.
Captala snd Mrs. Arthur Cowsa et Fort
Omsha entertained :
Mr. end Mr. Arthur Ouioa,
MJor end Mra. Evna
Captain and Mr. Nuttman.
With Mr. and Mra F. It Davis were:
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Peck.
Mr. and Mrs. John French.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Potter.
Mr. and Mr. J. E. Baum.
Mr. and Mr. Latham Devts.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C KJnsler entertained
judge and Mrs. J. J, Bulltvan. .
rw and Mra J. T. KlftSler.
Mr. snd Mrs, Charles B. KUr's gtnata
Mr. and Mrs. William Poppleton.
Mr. and Mr. Oeorgs Prlns.
Smaller dinner parti were glvea by
If. a Colpetser, whe had severs placed
for five: T. J. MctStaae, four: M. T.
Barlow, tour; W. A. Redlek. four; T. F.
Kennedy, four; J. T. Stewart, five;
George Redlck. six; t. W. Orlfflth, sis;
Lieutenant Whiting, fear. Hal Brady,
tour; Ml Nash, lx; M. C Peter, eight.
Mr. aad Mrs. B. F. Chhstlsassn
Boone the engage event of their daughter.
Ml Eunice C M. Christiansen, Rat
T. Osbora ot Elko, Ncv, formerty et BC
Joeeph. Me, The wedding win take petce
U. of 0. Notes
The sale day festival, which win be
glvea by the students et the University
et Omaha Friday. May K prumlsis
rivsi any mtiir prodoctloa given ta
the city. The big event at the exeH
win be the crowning ot the May ejueea
and th accompanying May poke
flower dear. Ml Claudia Gel la war.
whe has taken part hi the dances at
Welleeley and who la the ealy shrarne et
the Meat aatverelty la directing the
The gtrbj whe win take part ta the
dances ares May pel dance, Beulah Mo
Caw, Pansy WUltam. ByhU Wesdrnft
LaeUe Heger. Dorothy Brett, Agses NiW
eon. Orece Morphy. Stella Shaw. May
Y tea, Eleanor Hslsay. Bertha WUson.
Clara Hendrlcksen. MMred Fester.
Flower dance, al (eaters, Kath:
Case, Zella Bee be, Kathertn Mathles,
Ethel Holmqulet, Ruth Ralney; petals,
Bertha Wilson. Madeline Horton, Mar-
amerlt Walker. May Testes, Fern
Nicole. Clara Barnes, El nor HsJsey,
Mabel Kelly. Clara Bendrlck a, Rhea
Lamoreaux. Mary Alice Btdwell. Marina
Can, Mildred Foster, Ethel Whltely;
fairies, Pansy Williams and Bsulah Mc-
This part of ths program and ths cor
onation rites will be performed under the
targe mapl en the campua south of
Redlck ball. Last year th coronation
waa celebrated only In th afternoon and
many expressed regret becau ft their
Inability te see It: ao thla year will be
repeated la th evening. It ht not yet
been announced who was sleeted May
qun, but will be om time this week.
Ths freshman cless 1 practicing en a
one-act comedy entitled "Obstinacy." It
Is a six cast sketch of ths Inner life ot a
supposedly happy and contented family.
Th' young thesplan are being drilled
three tltn a week by Dtckermta of th
Dkkerman School of Acting, who Is giv
ing his services to help ths school In Its
efforts. Ths sophomore els will give
a minute. Ths junior els will give a
musical comedy with boys and girls rep-
re ntlng the peasantry of different na
tion. Ths proceeds will be applied on
Many nurses will grsdusts next week
from th local hospitals. Clarkaon hos
pital will have one ef the larger class
which will Include fifteen young women.
The bishop and trustee ot Clarkson
Memorial hospital hsve Issued Invita
tion for th graduating xerd a to be
held Mondey evtnlng at Trlnty cathedral
and for tha reception which will follow.
Th latter will be at Jacob's Memorial
hall. Th graduates will be:
Joeie A Robert;
Minnie B. Richard,
Edna A. Peteraon.
Alma Bkov, v
Carrie A. Kolarlk.
Nsllls Mulrh d,
Anna E. Barney.
Helen L, Ouche.
Florence A. Clarke
Ethel M. Jenklo.
Edith M. Pulf.
Wl Memorial nospiuu wwi
sraduates. Th sterols WIU he st
Tempi Israel Thursday evening end th
reoeptlon will follow at Chambers aca
demy. Th gradual are
Elisabeth NachUgall Margaret McOreevy,
UUlan -leienen, rean hm, i
Eva Utapleton May. Sad Is HulL '
Mr. and Mr. E. W. Oetten gave a din-
aer at their heme last svsning for Mr.
C. Oetten et Hudson Falls. Ths ether
Mr. snd Mrs. Chart Cheney.
Mr. end Mrs. Thome Meldrum.
Mr. snd Mrs. Edward Chapman,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fltt
ansae - v
Margaret Bettcn. Julia Mabelle Oetten.
Ml Oertrnd Owen entertained at a
house party at th borne at her parents.
Dr. sod Mr. F. B- Owa for a sumber
ot her school frlsnda The young people
arrived Friday afternoon after
and remained en til Saturday. Ths guests
VIreinta Offutt Marjory Smith.
Claire beugherty, Catherine Baum,
Orao AUiaon. Blanch Deuel,
Henrietta rort. Krne neee.
Esther Wtlbelsa, Ruth Beecher.
Mr. John Dal assisted by her daugh
ters, Mrs. Frank Dale and Mrs. Fled
Dal, gave a moot delightful kenslngtoa
t her large circle ot Hsasoon park
friend Friday afternoon st her new home
ol Georgia gveaue. A musical program
waa aiven 4r Ml Ruth Stone and
Dorothy Pond. Mra. F. N. He ana Mi
Hssel Ralph. Mra, Pnlleo
m i a.'ea Thorn.
F. A. Thorn.
& B. Crawford,
L. Relcom b,
R B Miller.
T. N. He l
P. N. Calls.
J. Boflund. ,
a M. Raj o Ida.
Ml Rath Blnrlehs entertained at
attractive ttiacaeon perry Batarday at her
hems. Yellow oo.uUs torsMd aa ettract-
rr deeratloav Cwvers were placed Ice:
Katharine Senders. Vanes Peer U.
Helen Steven. Hele Howe,
Florence Rahra. Katherin
AUe PorterOeld. Newbraaeh.
Elisabeth BerTTman, Evelyn Horton,
Louise Hupp, Gertrude Stout.
Katharine Harriet Waiter,
sxvrtsvaat, - JkAtheriae -
Monday We Shall Continue Our Great Sale of
Silk and Cloth Suits
Nvnr have, inch hhrh. daa mita been sold for so little mraey-o-arly in tho season,
The collection embraces very exclusive sample garments
high class stock. All custom
lish whipcords, French serges,
imported novelty fabrics and silk t
that range from plain tailored to
fects Suits that would sell at
$50.00, $55.00, $59.50 and $65.00
AIM mmttVBy Cxvorts
All Wsrk QMrtintssd.
Helen Vn Dusen, Woodworth,
Minerva Fuller, Margaret Wearer,
Mary Halter, Margaret ixwrcis,
Th Diets club gave a May party at
the slub bou on Carter Ink Wednesday
evening. Refreshment were served and
a large number wsrs prent. Including:
. at rears.
R A. Nelson.
O. A. Richardson.
I,. S. are-;.
Fred Whltmor, .
Fran It le 8 pair.
K. H. Hswley,
Lb E. Johnson,
W. F. Schollmsa.
M. L- Conkllng.
E. F. Bass.
W. D. Craighead.
L W. Knight,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haywood,
Mr. end Mrs. O. O. Hall.
Mr. snd Mra R Qoft.
Mr. snd Mra C Oordy.
Mr. and Mr. John J. McMehea;
Mr. and Mr. W. H. P lamer,
Mr. and Mr. AUea Jones.
Mr. aad Mra. A. Andereon. '
For the Future
Monday. May h baa been aet as ths
aaia for the opening et the swimming
pool at Metroeolltu building.
Mrs. t. a. Robb win sntertala at hraea-
ejsuaata at her home la honor ef
Ml Grace Pier n, a June bride.
Ml Rath Hlnrlchs. whe Is giving a
aeries ef luncheon. wlD -itertela at the
gaeond et the ri next Saturday at her
Cards ars sut for the annual May
party te a given by th Tom Moors dub
st Turner hall Thirteenth end Dorcas
etreeta. Monday evening. May 11
ar alHte 4t1 Mttareala In
formally st bridge Wednesday sfteraooa
st her bom for Mrs. v. a- y-rmiu. wo.
hi rlattlng her parent a Mr. and Mra. B.
Waketer. Th gnssts will be restricted
ts friend et the honor guest.
The Columbian circle wUl entertain ta
their ban. Twenty -second end Lecust
Wednesday afternoon. The hoe-
tess will be Mrs. Thomas Boyce end
Mra. B. Dennelly. The name etus
gtvw aa ontertarament Friday evening.
A galling gun. which eras the only pssce
et Canting machinery left fro th tire
which destroy ed the aroaory et the local
-Jli,.r. eeasmanlea. Win b th principal
taster ot decoration at the sUhorat
Mar party, which the Omaha oenras
made models in Eng
will glvs st Chambers' academy, Friday
evening, May 17. Tha Stars and Strip
wll( bs everywhere In evidence mingled
with th purpl snd gold ef the company.
State Adjutant General Phelps has been
Invited to attend, aa have also the offi
cers ot ths two Lincoln companies.
Ths committee busy preparing tor th
festivity comprt :
Entertainment Committee Lieutenant
Eugene T. Herri. Musician Aubrey ft
Kenworthr, Artificer Arnold O. Stevens,
Private Robert E. Elsfelder.
Decorating Olnunlttee Corporal Adal
bert J. Mead. Sergeant Frank D. Mn
mangh. Private Glenn Smntta.
Floor Committee Lieutenant H. C
Stein. Sergeant Dennis M. Murphy, Pri
vate. Ralph E. RusselL
Reception Commlttee-C plain E. C
Sterrlcker, Lieutenant Eugene T. Harris.
Lieutenant H. C Stein.
.n4 Ura Joha 1. Donahue trill
enurtala thl svsning at their home. IK
South Thirty-fifth avenue, la celebration
of the twenty-fifth birthday annlvsrsary
t their daughter. Mrs, J. F. sorgnou.
r., formerly Ml Alice Donahue, and
nr twin brother, John J- Donahue, Jr.
White carnations tor Mother day will
nai ! Aaeoratlon. and the evening;
will be mat Informally with gam aad
masts. The guests will Include:
Mr. snd Mrs. Willis Barber.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McDonald.
Mr. end Mr. Michael Byrne.
Mr and Mr. William Rlchllea.
Mr. and Mra. John J. Donahue, sr.
Mrs. Guy Lorkwood.
Mrs. Michael a.
Mrs. Kelly. . ..
Mr. and Mrs. John 7. Donahue, jr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Borghoff. Jr
Mr. snd Mr. Thome Donahue,
Mr. end Mrs. William Bowea
Mr. and Mrs, James McDonald.
Mr. snd Mra. J. F. Borghoff. sr.
Mr. sod Mrs. Frank Bonrhott.
Mr. and Mr. Fred Borghoft.
Mr. snd Mrs. Joha Bymee.
Mr. snd Mrs. Thomas Byrne, sr.
Mr. snd Mrs. Thomas Byrne, Jr.
Ell beth Borghoff. Ulllaa Brrrle.
son. Ibmm Rvnwe.
Come hue Kirk,
Will Bewen. jr.
J. Q. Adam.
Mr. and Mra, Mel Uhl and son. Oeorg.
are home from California.
Ml Cooler et Summit. It. wkdt
Ing Mrs. Watson B. Smith.
Mr. W. Farnam Smith la ta Hew York
and 111 he home this wees
Mr. George F. Eogler retorned yester
day from Esxelstor Sprtnga.
Mr. and Mra. Joha A. Dempstsr arm
lenT Monday tor th Oread Army ef ths
Repoblle etsriiupss nt at Beatrice.
At son, W.niam Franklra Ksehttt, Jr.
wee bora to Captain and Mrs. William
F. Kesbttttt Fort Crook, starardsy snor-
"atra. Triy MoerTswl end eon hav.
and suits from our regular
Highest Quality at
Bhampoolng, ataalonrlng', Boalp
Vreeaent, Ms sglng and Ball
Pre a slag.
Our 14-Inch Pur Hair Switch SS.00
Our to snd 21-Inch Switch B3-00
We make Switches from combings
Headquarters for Natural Gray Hair.
left for a two weeks' visit with her
mother, Mrs. Wsllln, at Grand Rapids,
' Mr. snd Mrs. Charles K. Levy end
son, Ernest Levy, of Minn poll srs ths
guests of Mrs. Emll Gens, 222 Harney
Mrs. Char! Kountn and children srs
at th Moraine In Highland Park, Chi
cago and are expected borne early thl
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Webster and son.
Jack, whe Is recuperating after an op
eration (or sppendlcltls, will leave about
Misses Mollt and Sara Aehtenberg ot
St Josph. whe have been visiting Mrs.
J. Schlaak and Mra, H. Maroylta. re
turned horn Friday.
Mr. and Mra. Morris Joeeph and daugh
ter. Silvia Lee Joeeph, ef D Mot nee will
he the gu ts et Mrs. Joseph s parents.
Mr. and Mra, Le LothhUd, thl week.
Mra. i. W. Thomas left Saturday for
Denlson. lav, te spend the week end with
Mrs. Eugene Guiles. Mra. Leslie M. Shaw
(OaoUaned on Page Three.)
A Distinct line
Ve carry a distinct line ot cor
sets (heme, specially oMgised for
tho purpose of meeting toe re
quirecat of all types of girlish
Xasndi an assortment of cor
aets to be found elsewhere.
Corsets Qeuei iii Featirei
Ida C. Stockwell
Beeth cue antra ef ,
Phone for Appointment Douglas
"6LAD TO 6ET BACK"
ere I cas get aomethlng
te eat Id a prominent
traveling maa who has been away
for six months He further save,
"la all my travel I must say
that The Betsaoss Bestaarsat ta
a little Better than th beat for
the money, that I have ever strata.
Tshle DHote dinner Sunday,
11 a. m. to I p. m, 40e aad tee.
151S Dodge St. Opea All Mght.
Cm IT RaLsLs, Plop
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