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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1913)
I PART TWO
The Omaha Sunday
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VOL. XLlI -NO. 40.
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OMAHA, SUNJUY MORNING, MAHCIl L3,
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ASTER brjngs many interesting an
nouncements and plans for the spring
seuson. Chief -among these socially
aro tbo engagement and wedding an
nouncements for the spring.
June.' the month of roses, Is the
favorite time for largo and fashiona
ble weddings, and rarely have there been so many
charming June brides as this year. ' There will be
some noted for their beauty and others for their
accomplishments as well.
A large June wedding of much social Interest
will bo that ofMlss Mary AUco Rogers, daughtor of
.Mrs, Thomas J. "Rogora, to Frank Koogh. This
wedding will unite two of the oldest and most
prominent families of the city.
The Wedding of Miss Helen Davis and Mr. Wal
ter Roberts will also be one of the largo and fash
ionable weddings of the spring. The exact date of
the wedding has not been decided. Miss Davis Is
at presant with her parents In California.
The wedding of Miss Enid Valontlne and Cap
tain Charles Bundel will tko place n June.
The weddings of Miss Sadie Kirschbrauu and
Mr. Herbert S. Ileavenrlch of Chicago, and Miss
Dorothy Meyer and Mr. Cohn of Rochester, N. Y.,
will both probably be celebrated this bprlng.
Among the prominent autumn weddings will be
Miss Dorothy Morgan and Mr. Ralph Peters; Miss
Dorothy Stevens and Mr. I3en n. Wood; Mies Amy
Gllmoro and Mr. C. M, White; Miss Jeanne Aycrlgg
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