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EE! I HATE TO fN,! fHE MOST OE . ( HELLO- t th 1 "
Mt 3VEFTHPART I rr J M" HOME Juait" UtAi INO - SHE HA.
K-8AR-BEN QUEENS, assisted
will devote many hours to tlio work In the altar guilds, and parish
aid Boclatles for the coming winter.
Mine Elizabeth Pickens the reigning queen of Ak-8ar-Don, 1b
n prominent young society woman, and lias many heavy social duties. She
Is an enthusiastic church worker and has recently boon elected president
of the altar guild of All Saints' church. Miss Pickens, assisted by the
young women of the altar guild, will devoto her tlmo to tho making of
dainty articles for tho Christmas fair, which will bo given at tho Wattles
Memorial Parish house early In December.
Miss Pickens will bo assisted In her work by Miss Gladys Peters, who
has been ono of the special maids to the queen of Ak-Sar-Den; Miss Trim
jio and Miss Mary Richardson.
Mrs. Tho in an Latham Davis, who
ciety of All Saints, is a former Ak-Sar-Dou quoen, and has many social
demands upon her tlmo, Mrs. Davis, who Is an enthusiastic bridge
player and bolongs to one of tho swimming classes, and is alsoBoen on
the golf links, la naver too busy to give her tlmo and attention to
tho work of tho church.
Mrs. Glenn Wharton, another
ith tho church work at All Saints.
For many years Mrs. Frederick
Drownlo Doss Uaum, who was an Ak -
era In tho altar guild.
Mrs. K. M. Fairfield was thb first
for many years been ono of tho women
work at Trinity.
Among tho womon of Trinity who
for tho Bticcess of the Christmas bazar
dent of the Parish Aid society, and .Mrs. Qcorgo Voss, president of tho
altar guild. Both of theeo womon have many social demands matio upon
their tlmo, but never shirk In their offo'rts toward tho work In tho church,
and aro assisted by a number of young society glrlB.
The apacloue homo of Mr, und Mrs,
Gottlieb Stor was tho scene of a beautl.
ful nutuinn wedding last evening at 7
o'clock, when Mlsa Louisa Marie Store
bocuma tho bride of Mr. Carl Lody of
A profusion of large chrysanthemums,
shading froip white to deep yellow, and
pilrns and ferns made the rooms un
Tliu bridal party came down the broad
stairway and through the reception hall
und then entered the drawing room,
whero the ceremony was performed under
a canopy of green aspnragus ferns and
will to chrysanthemums, llev. T. J, Mao
kay, rector of All Balnta' church, of
ficiated. Tim brldo was charming In her wedding
gown of wlilto brocaded oharmeusa made
with square court train reaching from
tho shoulders. The brocade was draped,
over wlilto chiffon, showing a panel on
one side of tho sktrt embroidered In
rhlneatoncs. The bodice of chiffon was 1
partially draped with the brocade and
j the low cut neck nnd short sUevea were
trimmod with silver lace. On one aide
of the bodice was a conventional design
i embroidered In seed pearls and rhlne
I stones, A lace cap held the long tulle
1 veil In place and she carried a shower
bouquet of orchids and lilies of the
I valley. Tho groom's gift was a diamond
und pearl brooch.
Miss Olga Stors was maid of honor
and wore pink chorrueuae with fishtail
train, the entire gown draped with
nhadow lace and tho bodice and sleeves
embroidered In rhlnestones. She carried
a shower bouquet' of Maryland rosta.
Little Miss Dorothy Itlggtns, niece of
tho bride, waa ring bearer and wore &
dainty white frock with pink aash and
pink ribbons In her hair.
Little Misses Elsie Store and Huth
Carter were flowor girls and wore white
lacs frocks over pink charmeuse. They
carried basketa of pink rosea. Mr.
Adolph Store was beat man.
Following the ceremony there waa a
reception and wedding supper for the
guests. The muslo room waa a bower of
pale pink chrysanthemums and In the
dining room yellow chrysanthemums
were used. A large basket of these blos
soms formed the centerpiece for the table.
Mrs. U. Stors wore a handsome costume
of Imported Venetian lace draped over
white satin c harm e use
Mr T A. Iflrainn wiu mwn,d In i-nltl
brocade draped; the bodlco was trimmed
with shadow lace.
About ssventy-.flve guests were present
and assisting were Mrs. E. A. Hlgrlns,
Mrs. Adolph Htore, Miss Ophelia Hayden,
Miss Kathorlne Krug, Miss Irma Wledor-
I man and Miss Flora Buck.
Mr. and Mrs. Lody loft lost evening for
an extended westom wedding trip, after
which they will reside at the Clarlnda.
Gaests at the Wijwam.
The following were guests Sunday of
some of the members at the Chtcobargedy
club at their hunting cottage, "The Wlg
warn," located on the river bank several
miles north of Florence lake. The day
was pleasantly spent In rowing, hunting,
hiking and kodaking: Miss Kltle Tlmme,
Miss Luclle Jodelt, Mr. Charlws Barbe,
Mr. Sanders, Mr. Pardee, Mr, A. Lea and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Oedltnghoff.
Hallowe'en Hop at Fort Crook.
An Informal hop wilt be given Thurs
day evening at tho post gymnasium at
Fort Crook by the officers and ladlea of
the post This will be a Hallowe'en affair
vitu appropriate decorations. Captain
A uii Duyne l chairman of the hop com-rultUoj
Tuesday, October 29.
by otbor prominent society women,
Is president of the Parish Aid so
former queen of Ak-Sar-Den, assists
Rouse of Baltimore, formorly Miss
Sar - Bon queen, was ono of tho work
queen of tho Ak-Sar-Bon and has
who has dono a great deal in tho
aro spending many hours In work
are Mrs. Isario Coles, who Is pros I
A pretty home wedding took place Sun
ay evening at the homo of Mrs. Y.
SchOr.berger, when her daughter Lena was
married to Mr. Samuel L. Zimmerman.
Itabbl Frederick Cohn officiating. Mlas
Smile Schonberger, sister of the bride,
was maid of honor. Only the Immediate
relatives were present. The out-of-town
guests wero Mr, and Mrs. It. Zimmerman
Chicago, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. A. Klein,
Oaklannd, Cal,: Mr. and Mrs. M. Silver,
Sioux City, la.; Miss Lena Silver, Sioux
City, la., nnd Mrs. A. Newman, Sioux
Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman will be at
home to their friends after November 15
at 2333 Locust street.
THK UKK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1912.
Copyright, 1912, National News An'n.
Fort Omaha Activities,
An Informal moving picture show was
given at Fort Omaha Monday evening,
which was largely attended by guests
from Omaha and the army posts. Fol
lowing tho entertainment Captain Hol
land Ilubottom entertained delightfully
at a chafing dish party at his quarters.
These prenent were:
Major and Mra, Carl F. Hartmann,
Captain und Mrs. Alvln Vorls.
IJeutenant and Mrs. Charle Leonard.
Lieutenant und Mrs. Karl Truesdell.
Edith iocke. Eva Mahoney,
May Mahoney, Katherine Moorheod.
Oeorge Engler, Aroct Bell.
ur. wnite or uout. k i.. win-
Des Molncn. ton. Missoula. Mont.;
Dr. John II. Trlnder, Capt. Holland Uu
Lleutonant Henry bottom,
Hallowe'en Supper ?arty.
Mr. and Mis. John E. Marsh entertained
at a Hallowe'en suppor at their home
Sunday evening. 'The centerpiece of the
table won a l)ugo pumpkin used as a
Jack-o'lantern. The tablo was prettily
lighted with red candles and fruit and
autumn leaves were the decorations used.
At each guest's placa were favors of
email Jack-o'lahterns and tho place cards
wero suggesUve of Hallowe'en. Covers
wero placed for:
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Wlnans.
Mr. und Mrs. Oeorge Morris.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hanloy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Marsh.
M.sb Nell Coombe.
Mr. Ueorgo Moore, Jr.
Mrs. Theodore Stapanhorst entertained
at a farewell dinner Sunday In honor of
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Stapenhorst and
son, Howard, who left tiunday afternoon
for San Francisco, where they will make
their future homo.
Columbian Circle Entertains.
The Columbian circle will entertain
Wednesday afternoon at their hall, Twenty-second
and Locust streets, .when ton
prises will bo given.
Miss Bertha Tobias entertained Satur
day evening at tho homo of her sister,
Mrs. J. J. Hrdllcka, &23 North Seven
teenth street. In honor of Hallowe'en
Tho house was beautifully decorated In
Hallowe'en colors and Jack o'lanterns
The evenln? was spent In music and
games, after which a delightful lunch
was served. Those present were:
Lllllun Peterson J. Starr,
Nina Starr, J. Stocrsend,
IJsa Llljenstolpe, C. L. Schneider,
llorUiu Tobias, O. LUJen&tolpe.
Mr, and Mrs. A. P. Braun.
Mr. nnd Mrs, J. M. Tobias.
Mr. and Mra J J. Hrdllcka.
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Tin Shower for Bride.
Mrs. C. M. Flxa gave a tin shower Sat
urday evening at her home, 71X rtnkney
street. In honor of Miss Antonctte Brown,
who Is a bride of this week. A pleasant
evening was spent, after which refresh
ments were served, and those present
C. M. Flxa.
J. P. Brown,
Dietz Club Hallowe'en Party.
The piets club Is making preparations
for a "kid party" at their club house on
Carter lake Thursday evening. The club
house will be beautifully decorated with
Jack-o'-lanterns, cornstalks and colored
lights, and everybody will be garbed In
children's costumes. Tho early evening
will be spent eating apples, playing games
and drinking sweet apple cider until
Ipunch Is served, after wh,'ch there will
be dancing until a late hour.
Mrs. Dave A. oahan. a recent bride,
cntortalned at her home, 730 Pierce street.
Pink and white cosmos formed tho oen
terplece. Covers were laid for fourteen
guests. In eluding:
Dave A. Gahan.
Cooking Club Meets.
.Mrs. W. H. Wheeler was the hostess at
tho meeting of the Original club this aft
ernoon at her home. Arrangements were
made for a series of social entertain
ments to be given this winter by the
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. and Mrs. George Strain left last
evening for Galoaburg, 111., where the)
will make their future home.
Miss Lulu Houck has gone to Lincoln
to attend the wedding of Miss May
loulse Richards and Mr, Blrkner.
Miss Irene Coad, who has been spend
ing several weeks visiting her sister, Mrs.
Edmund V. Krug and Mr. Krug of St
Louis, returned home Mondt.y morning.
Mr. and Mrs. JesHe McMillan Harding,
who are in the east on their honeymoon
are now at Lake Molionk, N. V., and wl
go to New York the latter part of the
week nnd meet Miss Carolyn Harding,
who will sail for Paria for the winter.
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