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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1013.
BRIDE AT A BEAUTIFUL HOME
and L. L. Kountze, fourteen, Wednesday
matinee. Others entertaining arc: W. d.
Blackwell, ten, Tuesday matinee: L. M
Peg.tn, Thursday matinee; J. T. Stewart
two ve, Thursday evo; M. D. Cameron,
eight, Thursday eve; Lee Huff, fifteen.
Friday; Frank Hume, seventeen, Satur
day; It I Carter, twenty-one. Monday
matinee, and D. M. Havtrly, ten, Mon
The wedding of Miss Sadie Klrsehbraun,
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Klrseh
braun. to Mr, Herbert Heavenrich of
Chicago, was quietly celebrated Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock at tho attractive
residence of the bride's parents, at
ThIrty-elRht avenue and Harney street.
1 9 SPHyHr BSmA
TUKSDAY, DHCKMHKIl !M. U)i.
MAHA High school ntmlcnts and alumni arc making tho most of tho
holiday season and a largo number of clnus reunions ftro being held.
Tho. first large affair was tho Senior Prom, which was enjoyed
by about 200 young people of the High school and their friends,
and the party was a decided social. success. The youus people proved to ho
experts In the various new Hesitation walUos and the ono-steps.
Tuesday evening Miss Marion Carpenter entertains the fourth annual
reunion of the class at her home, fi08 North Thirty-eighth street. About
100 guests will be present After Iho elctfon of officers for the year a
musical program will bo had before all adjourn to the billiard room, where
old-fashioned games will be played. Chrlhtmns decorations of evorgrcen,
holly and mistletoe will be throughout tho rooms. Refreshments will bo
served during the evening. Those assisting Mies Carpenter will be Misses
Mona Cowell, Edith Waterman, Nellie Pritchett, Helen Taylor, Jennie Un
deland, Henrietta McCagun, Mary Phllllpl and May Yeats; Mesarf. Merle
Rorbougb, Will Wentworth, Clarence Patton, Alferd Kennedy and Drandon
Tho class of 190S of the Omaha High school will meet in Its Hlxth an
nual reunion TuoddBy evening. December 30. at' tho homo of MUs Mlnnln
Pratt. JHS North Thirty-fifth street. Mr. Alan McDonald Is president of
this class. J
New Club Meets
The I.a Icon. , newly ursmilitfil eocltil
club, hclil It third meeting Krlday at
the tiomr. nf Mln aiudys Mlmmp, Kir,
North Twenty-fourth street. Tho first
piirt of trio evenlnu wan tlovotfd to Iho
bui'lnem of the club. Munlc mul rcfirli
uients followed. Those present Were:
(Ilnityn Fliiunp, (itrtrmlc Klutick,
I'rodH BcIIiuhii, Until KltinKllliHrti,
Mndellnp JhkUhIoU. Itlicr Killnchuneii,
Tho Senior Prom of the Omaha Wish
ftchool took place at Chnmbors' Jton
day evening with all atteudHiioc which
Furp.irrcd nil expectations of the cIuhs.
The hall' wan elaborately' decorated wltn
C'hrlstmaii holly and streamers, Inter
mixed with ccrlnc nnd white, the nenlor
claw colors. The Rnmd march, which
preceded the hop, was led by the nemo
ireldMit, Harold Tore!!, with Mlrn Mar
tarn McCoy Thoo prercitt were.
I'Htillni' Trout. hruiiv UmimRnnlner,
l harlotto HedWcU. , Clrfc Mndley.
ia rabetn cmwroru,
Klizabeth Horry man.
Marsatct Mori lion,
Katherino Davenport Nina Garrett.
Marlon Weller, Minnie Ilomoneck,
Konna Jobit, Margaret Prentiss,
Beatrice Johnson, Helen Van Dusen,
Iluth Gould, Helen Stursess,
Kllzabeth McMullen, acrnldlno Johnson,
Vera Bast, IMn. Howard,
llna Ulrsa, Quito Eddy,
Klenor McGtlton, Oretchen LanRdon,
Helen Garvin, Jean Wallace,
Margaret Hoffman, Alloa McShane,
Gertrude Porter. Kllzabeth Pepper,
ivmnerino jiomnaon, niary iMoaon,
Wilson D, Uryans,
Thompson ,WaUoJey, it. A. lurn,
i arusie wun, uiare .Moore,
V .Milton Petersen, l.ouls Uurmuti.
HafoM Torell. Kcnnith Cralr,
Walter HlxenbaUgh. Herbert Davis,
Olen Paxton, Walter Murilot,
.Morton W. luioa;es,iioss' Uompsoy,
Porter Allan, .
J toward Payne.
A. B. Howell.
JI. D. McOulre,
Kvelyn Kost. .
Hotel Ham P.
Jerry Van Itensalier,
Children's Dancing. Party.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Batkur will enter
tain at a dnnclnc party this cvenlnK for
tlio younger school set In- ionor of their
diiiiRhter, Kllznticth. The rooms will bo
profusely decorated with' tlhrlstmas
moons and wreaths. Thoso present will
Leslie Kountze of
De Wolf Barton,
Mrs. O. 8. Goodrich entertained at an
Orpheum line party Monday afternoon In
honor of her sister, Miss Louise Hplckel,
of Kansas City, This was followed by a
matlnco lunch nt tho Brandels Bluo room,
The Riiests were:
Miss Louise fiplckol.
C. K. Terrell. O. H. Goodrich,
n. I Harris, O. H. Nelson,
G, Trout. O. Perkins.
P. A. Themaneon, It. Goodrich.
Holidny Dancing Party.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M., BnldrlRe and Mr.
ii nd Mrs. II. It. BaldVltte .will entertain
nt one of tho Inrcer dancing parties of
tho 'holiday season 'for the college set
this c-.enlnR nt Chambers In honor of Miss
Gwendolyn Wolfe, .Mr. Malcolm Batdrlga
and Messrs. Dudley, Grafton and Clifford
Wolfe. About lo0 young people "will be
MItK. HRHBRriT HBAVKNinCH,
Nvo MIb3 Hudlo Kirschhraun.
IKttbMc Frederick Colin officiated.
, Tho rooms worn beautifully decorated
with a profusion of pink roses and roso
buds, combined with ferns and southern
The brldo entered from the stairway
with her father, and was charming In a
wedding gown of white crepe de meteor
with long train. The bodlee and short
tn'narnt tunic was formed of chantllly
laie. tl)e neck or tne bodice being V
shaped and trimmed with bands of duch
ess point lace. The front of the skirt
was caught over the tunic with orange
blojFonis, nnd tulle butterflies were at
tho book of the girdle and on the trail.
She wore an Imported veil of silk tulle
hand embroidered with a ring design,
and iluchnsa point lace edged the- veil.
Or.tni?o MossoniH, which the bride's
mother wore at her wedding, held the
vrll In place. Hoses with a shower of
lilies of the valley formed the bride's
Miss Kdlth Hoavenrloh, sister of tho
groom, was maid of honor, and wore
pink charmcuse with overdrapo and tunic
MIks, Krna Kndra was hostess at lunch
eon today at Her. home In honor of her
sitcr. Ml km Mnrtlm lludrs, whose wed-
HnK to. Mr. Hownlhal of Phlladrlphlu of shadow lace embroidered with rhlne
w'll takf place Droeinlwr 20. The Rupsts j stones. The minaret tunic was outlined
wer all inombera of the fttRinn. Thota PI l with mink fur.
rororlly, and the out-of-town ituest wn.. Mlsn Mildred Ituhe.l was brldcsma'd, and
Miss lle'.ono Itubel of MlnnoaMlls. j was gowned In pink crepo do meteor
Followlntf' Iilifchoon an orglnal Heart lth tunic of pink tulle.
Gam! wiih played. Loaves nt sunr were Vhc matron of honor was Mrs. Lester
marked with the word "Hearts" ' Klrschhiunn of Chicago, She woro pink
one letter, being on each of tho six sides channelise draped and caugt with pearls
of tho loaf of miliar. Theoo wore thoii nnd bows of tulle. Tho hodlco nnd niln-
uscd for dice and whenovcr tho letters
''ItV or "11" wero turned, u doubla score
wns icculved, us "It" Is for Hoscnthal
and "11" for Hndra.
Twolvo Riiests were presont nnd prizes
nwnrded for tho hcait game.
.Mrs? M. McCormnck gave a delightful
party Saturday ovonlng In honor of her
dnUKhter, Margaret's, birthday anniver
sary. Mrs. McCormuck was assisted by
her mother, Mrs. 8. It. Faulkner, Mrs.
John Daly and Mrs. O'Brien. The guests
Margaret McCor- Murgaret Fallon,
mack. Isabell McDonald.
Marcllno Sharkey. Margaret Olesou,
Kloanor Gallagher, Ireno Tlnnley,
Kathern Krany, targarot Gerrlty,
Bessie McCormack, Ophelia McConnack,
Margaret Bonnes, Dorothy Fleming,
Mary Daly. Vivian Foley,
Margaret Quenen, Margaret McClonhan
Frances Faulkner, Helen Sturgeon,
Helen Gerln. Florence English.
Dinner at Hotel Loyal.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klrsehbraun en
tertained nt dlnnor Monday evening at
the Hotel Loyal for Miss Sadlo Klrseh
braun and Mr. Herbert Heavenrich of
Chicago, who will be married Tuesday
evening. Those present wore:
Mr. and Mrs. I-ouls Klrsehbraun.
Mr. ' and Mrs. Samuel Heavenrich of
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Klrsehbraun of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klrsehbraun.
Mrs. Minnie Jacobs nf Oakland, Cal.
nose Wolfncr of Vprna Klrschbrnun.
Kiiuii Jioavcnncn ot
Clarence Sllber ot
Julian ICrolIk of
of ' Chicago,
A number of Orpheum parties hnvo
been planned for the coming week, those
taking boxes urc; Dr. W. O. Henry
entertains thirteen Friday; Mrs. C, lift
man, eleven, at Cuturdoy matlnco; Mm.
Goorge Johnson, box party, Monday eve;
a ret were of chantilly lace embroidered
Uarh of the bride's attendants carried
atm bouquets of plnls roses.
.Mr. Clarenco Sllber of Chicago served
ns host man, and tho ' ushers wero Mr.
rosier Kirschuraun of Chicago, Mr. Ed
win Klrsehbraun and Mr. Walter Heaven
i.'n .i i. - i . .
1 me vcrcniony unerc was a
wedding supper for tho guests and covers
wcro placed for forty-eight guests.
nt.. -I . f ... . .
..ii. uiiu .uio. ueavenricn will take a
short southern wedding trip, and after
two weeks will mako their home In
Kvanrton. Miss Klrsehbraun Is popular
socially, and is on accomplished violinist
and nor many friends regret that she Is
to go to another city to reside.
At the Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Met will entertain
at a. tango-tea on Friday afternoon from
5 to o'clock at the Country club for
their daughter, Miss Harriet Motz and
the school set.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mrs. J. F. Dale and daughters, Misses
Mnrtha and Dorothy Dale, have gono to
Hartford, Conn., to Join Mr. Dale for the
Mr. Richard Baker, of North Platte and
Mr. Chester Baker of Minneapolis have
arrived to spend tho holidays with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Baker.
Herman R. Jobst, son of Mr. and Mrs.
B. J. Jobst, is' home for the holidays
from tho University of Illinois, where he
Is attending school.
Lest You Forget
Our Great Annual
Price Clearing Sale
Of our entire High Grade Stock of
Women's Tailored Suits
Coats, Dresses, Furs,
Children's Coats, Etc.
Amounting to over $150,000.00, at '
STARTS FRIDAY MORNING
December 26th, at 8:30 O'clock
WE predict for it the greatest sale of its kind
" ever held in Omaha. Greater Stocks
Greater Assortments Greater Values than
ever before. You can't well afford to over
look this wonderful opportunity to save.
See 16th St. Windows and Wed. Evening Papers fer Particulars.
Orkin Bros. 16th and Harney Sts.
"When my boy, Ray, was small ho was
BUbJcct . to croup, and I was always
alarmed at such times. Chamberlains'
Couch Remedy proved far better than
any other or this trouble. It always
relieved him quickly. I nm never without
It In tho house, for I know It Is a posi
tive cure for croup," writes Mrs. W. R.
McClaln, Blalrsvlllo, Pa. For sale by all
Many to Be Given a
by Mrs. Ahlquist
Mrs. O. W. Ahlquist, 27(0 Meredith ave
nue, who for somo twenty-six years has
done more charitable work alone than
some of the Institutions, Is facing a dif
ficult problem In providing for her
She Is undertaking this year to provide
Christmas cheer for tho sick nnd crip
pled and aged Inmates of the county
hospital, and likewise to make at least
one bright spot In tho lives of the girls
who aro confined In tho county Jail.
There aro somo 200 to caro for nt the
county hospital and about twenty girls
In tho county jail, for -whom no provision
has been made.,
Tho organized canvass of other organ
izations for Christmas charity has made
tho work ot Mrs. Ahlquist harder than
usual and sho Is wondering today, whero
she will get funds for her work. 6ne gift
ot f3 from a girl, her mother and sister,
will go a long way toward making this
task possible and a gift of J3 Monday
also is most welcome. However, still more
money is needed to brighten up ,thse
people on Christmas day, and thoso who
can pauso in their giving to divert even a
llttlo to help her will bo greatly appreciated.
Wednesday two wonderful waist spe
cials J1.50 values. 83c; $3.00 values, J1.9S.
Julius Qrkln. 1510 Douglas street.
ALL DRUGGSSTS - J5"
Arthur Weatergaard.acorge Boland.
Kl Is worth Moser,
W. JL Small.
Kennith Wide nor.
C a Uotfert.
is. is. smitn,
R. P. Kimball,
K. D. Knapp,
IX T. Cullen.
G. B. Horse.
Wherever there IS Si Victrola some
Victor Records will ma
XffL & X. JoIutaUn and Mr. T. M.
Hardy ( Paso. Hi., arrived Uroday,
to be swats of their relative. ilr.
Stascr Sloora and Mrs. Uaod Wall:,
till after tins holiday, ad a. famllr re
wiaa Is lSTinot tor ChrttCmaai imr
JokM figasUnn Bwttaer. Jr.. anival
heme freta tko nutrmMy oC 'n'irn
era arBday to an3d the betSAay wtti tit
rtrmcatn. Xajar aad Xra. Bwitaer. at Tact
Creek, Xalar Swstaer arrirtng; last eveo
iaT a a. Twrth'a tears irctm OalreatoiL
Tha PraTilm cink rjeld a ooatneu inet
tax rrtisjr erenfau, and alter traaaaellnr
Om tsMfaDiui cm band the fxUtrvtxst; of
fleeea wrr tier tod for the rowing term:
recnt. Mr. K. V. Kellttn rice preal
dest. JJlaj laab Marah; atcretary and
traaiuns; itr. II. J. Juki
lite followtnjc Omaha aad Council Bluffs dealers carry complete
lines of VICTOR VIOTIIOLAB, and all tho lute Victor Records aa
fact aa Issued. You are cordially Invited to Inspect the stocks at
aay of these establishments:
1311-1313 Farrutm Street OMAHA, NEB.
Victor Department on Main Floor
Any ' Victor "dealer will
gladly give you a list of the
newest Victor Records and
play any music you wish to
There are Victors and Victrojas
in great variety of styles from
$10 to $200.
Victor Talking Machine Co.
Camden, N. J.
Cor. 15th and
Go. E. Mlckel. Mgr.
JUmOm AardmLn. mm ,oT Mr, I
. ft r n a. . I
Itfetj stMaC -wn tetw a rty
larlhlklr Jxisoim Drntiaatr at
Talking Machine Department
in the Pompeian Room
1513-15 Douglas St, Omaha, and
407 West Broadway, Council Bluffs
Cor. 16th and Harney Sts-
H Tbs instrument by which the value of or oak
all musical instruments Is measured Slit
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