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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 8, 1914.
SOCIETY TURNS TO HUSICj
Prepares for Coming of Canadian
Grand Opera Company.
MANY ESCAPE COLD WEATHER
ISxodnn to Wnrmfr Clime Made hy
Larire Xaraber of Omnha People
Hrforf (he Recent Cold
MONDAT Mr. find Mrn. A. R. MeCnn.
nell, theater pirty folliwed by supper
ai uraana ciud ror .mus Jioien linynrn
of Washington. D. C; Dr. and Mrs. J.
n Lemero and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Polcar. dance at Dunoon hall; Mm. Mil
ton Barlow, luncheon for Mm. John
Patrick; Mr. and Mrs. 11. P. Neble, re
ception; Air. ana Mrs. Allan farmer,
bridge for Mr, and Sirs. Frank Par
mer and Miss kyda Ktam of West
Vnlon. In.; Tuesday Bridge club, lunch
eon party at I'nlverelty club; Mr. Frank
Judsan, dinner at Omaha club for Ak-Bar-Ben
board of governors; Pralrlo
Park Whist club; Crelghton Dental col
lege ounce at Chambers' academy.
TUESDAY Mn, Joseph Darker, luncheon
for Mrs. John Patrick; Miss Carmellta
Chase, musical for Miss Sterling of Chi-
... . .. .
jmhii, Mr. una aim. iiuan 1'ormer,
bridgo for Mr. and Mm. F. D. Parmer:
Thimble club, dinner at University club;
musical at Temole Israel: Prairie Park
Xeodlecmft club; Tuesday evening done-1
ing ciaas, unamoers .
WBDNEUDAY-MIss Menle Davis, tea
for Miss Sterling and Miss Heth Valll;
Mrs. George Palmer, Wednesday Bridge
club, Mrs. J, J. Brown, luncheon for
Mrs. Johi Patrick; Miss Margaret
Baum. luncheon for Miss Bterllng and
Mlsa Buth Candeo of Watenille, N. Y.;
Mm. Walter Williams, bridge for Mlsa
Williams of Chicago; Mr. and Mr. A.
C. Smith, dinner for Miss Sterling; Mra.
Frank Burkhart, luncheon for Mer
cedes club; annual meeting First Uni
tarian church. University club.
THURSDAY-MIss Jessie Millard, lunch
eon: Blxty-six club dance t Chamber
academy; Sin Iazare dance at Turpln'a
hall; Mr. Arthur Marowlts, reception to
McKlnley lodge. B'nal Brlth.
FRIDAY Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keelln.
dlnrer at Omaha club for Mr, and Mrs.
I T. Jaouea and Mrs. C. I J, Bpcns of
Chicago; Miss Mildred Butler, bridge
for Miss Heth Valll; Colonial Tango
club at Chambers' academy; Qui Vive
club. Chambers'; Angelus Social club,
dinner dan:o at Omaha club.
PATt'IlDAY Mr. and Mm. John W. Bob
bins, entertains Harmony club; Miss
Catherine McClanahan, bridge for Mlsa
Heth Valll; Mm. Howard Cronk, ken
tlncton for Miss Jarvls of St. Joseph,
Mo.; Pralrlo Park Tango club.
Society I Ipoklng forward with pleasure-
to thar coming of the Canadian Or and
Opera company which will appear here
February ID and SO In "La dloconda" and
"Samson and Delilah," Such stars In tho
musical firmament as Mme. acrvlllo
Reacho, Rappold, Olitzka, Slozak and He--gura-Tallleu
arc Included )n the cast,
ttblch la brousliL.hpro under the manage
ment of Mr. Lucius Pryor. Following la
a list of those who have already made
reservations for box and line parties;
Charles nosewater, W. II. Ilazelton,
Thomas Kllpatrlck, C. K. Price,
W. T. Page. Will Kellwfe,
F. D. Wead, lonard Everett,
a. W. Noble, P. T. McOrath.
Fred D, Empklo, I. N. Fllcklnger,
Robert Pritchard, F. P. Klrkendall,
lid-O. Hamilton, A. F. Smith,
M. T. Barlow, . B. Edward .ttelss,
C. I McOraw, W. J. Coad,
A. B McConnell, J. Bpindler,
Herbert M. Itogers, F. T. Hamilton,
W, H, Squire, J, 11. McSlune,
E. P., Peck, A. M. Jeffr-1
A. I. Root, George 11. Print,
nobert II. Manley, J I Webster.
Charles Grotte. T J. Mahotiey,
JO. M. Anderson, Jt D., Foster ,
O. B. Williams. V. .11. Davis.
Douglas B. Welpto.1, H. W. Yam.
Oerrlt Fort Arthur Mets,
A. M. Borfium- , MlC. reters,,
Thomas J, Kelly, . N. M. Koenlg, .
rean J. A. TancockE. M. Morsman, jr.;
A. G. BuchajiaT. F. E, Pierce,
Walter Dalo. John W. Griffith,
H. N. Fairfield. T. I JWwrwalt,
G. W. Wlcktraham. F. B, Johnson,
a. F. Gllmore. Frank I. Hollar,
A. W. Bowman, Alfred Borenson,
J, T. Yates, C. "W. Hamilton.
I, F. Crofoot, Dr. J. Aiken,
Ezra Millard, , Dr, II. C, Bumney,
Bamuel CalSwell, Dr. Palmer Findley,
Fred Mets, Dr, A, II. Hippie.
C. C.iOoor.', Dr. 03. Holovtchlner,
J. C, Wadswprth, Dr. 11. la. Lrfimere,
Paul Hoariwid, -Dr. C, C. Allison.
Nathan MArrianv Dr. A. F. Jonas,
I". T. Cowglll, Dr. Charles O. Rich
Misses'' ' Mlsses
Oladys Peters, Blanche Borenson,
Jennie Millard. Louisa Stegner,
Mlnnlo Pritchard. Henrietta Rece,
Daphne Peters, Busan Redfleid,
Mildred; Merrlam, Elsie doets.
Caroline- Dodge, Martha Grimm,
Mary B. Mcintosh, Fannin Arnold,
Agnes Wickham, Adelaide Spratlen,
Carria Millard, Etta CreUthton.
Helen Millard, Mary Munehhoff,
Ellsabetti I. Alien, Lufla Allen.
Mary E. Bourke, A. 15. Hltte,
Graco BorcnMn, Beaa I Dumont.
Herman Kountie, Samuel JCatz.
Hanscom Park Methods church choir,
chaperoned by Mra. Dr, Coifawi,
CreigMon Xam XuriM Keirwu.
Mlaa Agnfcn Butler ot St. Louis aod
Anthony C, Wagner of Qmahs, who were
married In BU 'Louis Thursday, first met
whan "Tony" Wagner was a. student In
St. Lout asd wu a Ur on the Ht. LouU
Univfrslty Xoot ball team, In which IUs
Butler waa jsreatly Interested. Ar. Wag-
' ner played foot ball pn the Crplghton
tram, going to St. Louis when Cochems
waa ooach of the blu and white. In 1810
he PfcaniQ captaJo of the team. Miaa
Butler, jsrewJdn'isJiter of the late Colonel
Kdward JluUer, waa beaeAthed 150J3 b'
her grandfather's will, under tho cond!
tlon that $10,000 he added to Uils on the
day of htr marriage, Her fiance, who
with his father had extensive dealings
In Colorado lands and ior a Urn made
hla home at Sterling, met the, require
ment of the grandfather will, Mr. and
Mra. "Wagner left for Florida on their
honeymoon and Intend to spend tome
time touring in Bermuda, Jamaica, and
the West Indies. They will spend a port
of their honeymoon In Colorado and will
then settle down in St. Louis. The brld
is a daughter, of Mm. Edward Butler, jr.,
Of St. Louis. The wedding waa held at
U Francis Xavler church on Uie pride's
Mrs, J. )V- Hood was pleasantly aur
prised by n number of friends who cailoJ
Fridty afternoon. She was presented with
a hand-painted celery dish. Cards were
playvd and the prize was won by Mr.
Thomas HtodJard. Those present were.
J. A. McCrary. Henry Nassar,
J W. Gross, J. C. flynum,
C, J. Emlg. M. Mayer,
K. L. Nelson, Thomas Stoddard.
Miss AHIne Stoddard.
A delightful surprise party was given
in honor ot ill as Dells, tfeison Saturday
evening at her home by a number of her
friends. Musio furnished ntertalnment
for the evening. Those present were:
Lottie Underbill. Delia Nelsen.
Mlldri'd Jpnt. JCllzabeth Barrytnan,
uine vieuonu, aihu noMns,
Clarion Pearsall, Helen Johnston,
V?l4ys Talmadge, Bertie Hoag.
Dick Richards, Harold Baaker,
Joa Weinberg, Andrew Dow,
Oldham faJsley, Stanley High.
y.Untr Rhoden. Paul Mby.
Vltiltv JnWln J. Holbv.
Miss Frances Dltrs was given a birth
jay sUrprUe part Tuesday evening by
her seventh grade etas of 'Mason school.
Miss Dlers had attained highest honors
ot (.he class. It was her thirteenth birth
Miss Madeline Echneckenburger cave
a vtiollrt solo and Miss Doris Skinner
and Miss Bertha Clausen piano solos.
Thoso present were:
Mr. anil Mrs. C. S. Mulligan,
Air. ami Airs, u. uiers.
Iwter in Atlantio City.
A number of Otnaha women whose
children are cast at school will spend the
Easter vacation at Atlantio City, whero
their daughters em) sons will join thorn.
Among thoso women this year will be
Mrs. Offutt, Mrs. Charles Kountze and
Mrs. Ward Burgoss., Mrs. C. C. Allison
and Mrs. WHhelm have no children In
St, Louis Girl Gomes to Omaha to Live
Have Announced Their Engagements
school in tho cast, hut they plan to go
to Atlantio City, taking their, children on
from horo for the spring vacation. Mrs.
J. E. Baum and Mlsa Katherlne Baum
will be thei too, and the Omaha colony
probably alt will stay at the Marlborough
Blenheim. Heart Party.
Mrs, C. D. Brown entertained at &
heart party for her daughter, Mlsa
Marlon Brown, Saturday afternoon.
Pink and white flowers were used, The,
Elizabeth Stunlevnnt,Ellznbcth Burnett,
Catherine wiuiamsonKthel I'lci,
Lucy Garvin. Helen Olltner.
Helen Bhepard. Uretchen Allen,
uorotny juaioacK, tiaze upaiKe.
The O. O. T. Q. club Was entertained by
Mr, m. Barlow at her home Wednesday
nfinrtinon. Tho color schema tor deco
rations was pink and 'white. Th' r.lub
will meet with Mrs. Cook Wednesday,
February 1J. The visitors wore:
Mtmboro present were;
The wedding of Miss Caroline Harding,
daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hard
ing, to Mr, James Frederick Lowe, son
ot Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Lowe, will taHo
place Monday evening, February 13, at
the home ot the bride. Hev, Frederick
Rouse of the First Congregational church,
will ' officiate. Miss Sylvia Conant of
Pawtucket. R. I., a clasemate of the
brda at Vassor, will to maid of honor;
Miss Mary Hughes ot Columbus, O,, with
whom Miss Harding studied music In
Paris, will he bridesmaid, and Mrs. Sam
uel Bees, jr., her sister, will be matron
of honor. Mr. Harry Copo will bo best
man and the following friends of the
brida Will stretch the ribbons: Mrs, Mao
Millan Hardjhg. Mrs. John L. McCague,
Jr., .Mrs Maxwell Bcghtol and Miss Mary
Tho yoking, couplo will make their home
in Milwaukee, where Mr. Lowe Is now
" Mr. tyd Mrs! WllllamKunold, Jr., en-
Kir nuiue jtuesuay evening.
These present were:
- . - MIMCV
Jeanett6 Doldyns. Margaret Koopman.
Fred Talmage,' Cromblo Schlndel. .
air. una Mrs. Hoyt Freeman. '
Mr. and Mrs. William Kunold, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James J. MoManus of
South Omaha announce the engagement
of thelp daughter, Elizabeth, to Thomas
V. Spellecy ojt Platte Center, Neb, The
wedding will take place at St. Bridget's
church. In South Omaha on the morning
of February 18, 1W4.
Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Bergqulst of South
Omaha announco the engagement of their
daughter, Mlsa Louise, to Mr. Edward E.
Newman. The wedding will take Place
in the spring. Miss Bergqulqt s a tal
ented musician, having studied nt the
Chicago School of Muslp. She has also
traveled extensively abroad.
Mr, and Mrs. II. Rachman announce
the engagement ot their daughter, Flor
ence, to Mr. Joe C. Popper of this city.
The Morgan-Shawler Co.
Will Be Open for Business
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10
1003 FARNAM STREET PHONE DOUGLAS 3268
WE HANDLE ALL OUT PLOVERS IN SEASON AND MAKE A SPECIALTY
OP DECORATIONS FOR WEDDINGS, RECEPTIONS, DINNERS, ETO,
llLt.i ' mHHbssbsssssssssW
HsssffsssW assflsfkt V$9H,B
Hpward R. Morgan
WE WILL APPRECIATE A TRIAL ORDER AND
THAT INGENUITY, HONESTY AND REASONABLE
No definite plans have been made for the
Mrs. Sara Zlmmnn announces the en
gagement of her daughter, Blanche, to
Mr. Henry S. Rachman ot Rock Island,
111. The wedding will take place In the
Mr. and Mrs. II. Frledel announce the
engagement of their daughter, Ida, to
Morris Bafr. Date of the wedding has
not been set. ' i
Mr, and Mrs. Ezra Tlmm announeo the
engagement ot their daughter, Edna
JCoeh, to Mr, A. Boyd Amborson of Su
perior, Neb. Miss Koch was a student ot
Central college at Lexington, Mo., during
tho year of after which she attended
Brownell Hall, Mr. Amberson Is a grad
uate of the State university of the class
of 1911 and a member of the Innocents
interfraternlty, Tho wedding will take
place In tho summer or early fall.
A wedding of much interest to the
Omaha friends, of the brido took place in
Denver last week when Mrs. Cora Belsor
became the bride of Mr. Elmer A. Wat
son, a well known lawyer of Syracuse,
N. Y. The ceremony waa performed by
Rev. John Gralngor, pastor of St. Luke's
Episcopal church, at the home of the
brtdo's brother, Dr. 8. T. Parsons. Mr.
and Mrs. Watson are in Omaha for a
few Cays, after whioh they 'will leave
for New York, from whenco they will go
to the Bermudas. They will make their
home In Denver.
Silver Anniversary Surprise.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Swanson were pleas
Mr. Howard R. Morgan, manager of the now
concern, is known as one of the most expert decor
ators in the country, having had eighteen years
of experience in those lines. As a boy lie began
the business, and has worked his way to the top
in his chosen lino. For years ho was associated
with the retail and decorative departments of the
J. F. "NVileox Company of Council Bluffs, one of
the largest green house concerns in America.
Their field is tho entire country. Four years of
his experience wore obtained in tho larger eastern
cities. He is well known in Omaha, many of tho
most perfect pieces of decorating ever devised for
this city being tho result of his cleverness. His
designs are all his own, and no order is beyond
Mr. James Shawler, tho other member of tho
f inn, is also well versed in the floral trade, having
devoted a number of years to the flower industry.
ONE OF THE HAPPY BRIDES OF
antly surprised in honor of their Bllvor
wedding annlvereary Friday evening. The
affair wob arranged by Mr. and Mrs.
Llnd Rnd a gift presented by Mr. Axel
Swanson. MIbbcb e. Rutter and Ruth
Rylander gave piano selections. Those
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.
S. Swanson. C. Hanson,
U. L. O. Wldtfeldt O. & Ryberg,
Opportunity. Neb.: Jacobson.
P. Lindberg of James Trimble, I
O'Neill, Neb.: Carl A. Swanson,
Frank Nelson of ' Otto Nelson,
Colon, Neu.j G. Nestor, 1
IC Swanson of A. Llnd.
Denver Colo.: C Roscnaulsl.
SwAiioon and Mrs. Strand.
Lofgrcn of I. Anderson,
Weston. Neb.: r!. nvlnndnr.
F. Wldtfoldt of O. Xundgren,
O'Neill. Nob.L H. Lundocn.
John Larson of C. Swanson.
Misses ' Misses
R. Rylander, M. Gustafson,
E. Rutter. Dorothy Nestor.
Victor Lundeen, Ralph Swanson,
Joel Melander, N. Swanson.
Entertain, at Bridge.
Mrs. Henry Cox entertained at a valen
tine bridge party yesterday in honor
of "Mrs. George Gaass ot Fella, 'la. Her
E. K Wilson,
A. C Rerkstresser,
J. A. Alexander.
Mllo O. Smith
of Council Bluffs,
C. E. Reed,
A. G. Sistek,
V, R. Gould,
D. M. Edgerly,
Ralpt Hay ward,
J. D. Weaves.
Guy L. $mltb,
of B'.oomfleld, la.,
or uouncu uiuiis,
II. R. Lenron
ot Council Bluffs,
of Council Bluffs,
Mrs. G. E. Haverstlck entertained at
brldgo yesterday in honor ot Mrs.
Chapman. Six tables were placed for
Mrs, Luclle Mathows entertained at
bridge last evening In honor of Mr. and
Mrs. F, D. Parmer, who are the guests
ot Mr. and Mrs. Allan Parmer.
Sewing Club Meets.
The "Forget-Me-Not" sewing club met
at the home ot Mrs. C.' F. Dahmke Thurs
day afternoon. Tho next meeting will be
in two weeks, nt the home of Mrs. Jens
Nelsen. Those present were:
E. E. Elton,
F. W. Seesako,
Mr. and Mrs. John Elton; gave a de
lightful party In celebration of Mr. El
ton's birthday Thursday evening. The
evening was spent In progressive high
five. Mrs. Jens Nelson and Mr. Will El
ton won the first prizes. Miss Lizzie
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Let's Go to Savannah.
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