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TTIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 16, lWD.
SWEET GIRL GRADUATE NEXT
Many Omaha.ni to Attend Commence
ment Exeroiiet at the Yarioui
. Ewtern College.
ASTRN C05TOGENT IS LARGE
SHE IS TO BE WEDDED IN MOJITO
ENGAGEMENT TO WED IS ' rpZ
JUST ANNOUNCED. Ill
Leaders of the Omaha Drama League
The Charm of
Commencement days and oiumeiice I
fnant frock ar th tople that ar buay
tng th mother of th younger t of I
Omaha thee day.
Th sweet rlrl gradual and th yo'ing j
man graduate arc to th forefront now
on until th and of J una. Omaha ha a
particularly . promising crop of this eo
rl,f nr this June nd th nt two
wNki will s th tide of travel bound
for the rant, brimming over with parents.
Tale will turn out four Omaha gradu
tea next month, Robert Howe, Casper
Offut, Philip lfets and Fred Clark, jr,
and Counntl Bluff Mia, Henry Hart.
Mrt. Offutt leave on May It for the
vot to Join her daughter from Ml
penc's school, and after on or two
visit they will both tfo to New Haven
for commencement week. Mr. T. W.
Clerk expect to leave about June It
for New Haven and will sea hi on re
ceive the ''ehepek!n and win take In
the boat rsce and all the featlvlUe of
the college commencement.
Mr. R. C." Howe and her daughter,
Marlon, will both attend the graduating
exercise at Tela and Mr. Ernest Hart
of Counoil Bluffs and her daughter,
rtasa, from Paca Hall plan to be present
for, Mr. Henry Hart's graduation.
Two at Dartmouth.
Two Dartmouth graduates from Omaha
will ha Isaae W. Carpenter, Jr., and John
toomls, whose parents. Mr. and Mrs. T.
W.' Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. N. H.
Loomls. will leave for Hanover, N. H.,
about the middle of June fr th com.
tnenrement week.' t
Of th Omaha girls there will be three
graduating from Dana Hall. Boston, Miss
Reglna Connell. Miss Isabel Vlnsonhaler
and Mis Helen Pearce, all of whom wilt
have . their parenta, on or both, with
them, a tr. and Mrs. R. W. Connell
plan to go east by way of th Oreat
Lake and th f4t Lwrne about June
t, and Mr. D. M. Vlnsonhaler and Mr.
and Mra. F. B. Peare go th first week
Mis Helen Peer- has been unsbl to
continue hf piano udy for th last few
months and,- therefor, will not Uke'her
diploma In musle. hut hope ler arm i lll
recover during, th ummer months so
that, 'aha my - Continue her . mualoat
studies next rear.
' " ' rialshe at Bradford.
Another Omaha girl to graduate will
he Ml. Marlon Towle, who parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J- V. Towle, will leave earty
In June fir Bradford erademy to attend
the commencement exercises. ' . ; '
Mr. and Mrs. If airy Weller will go to
Knoxvtlle, ill., to hear their daughter.
Dorothy, deliver the valedictory for her
class at Ft. Mary's aehooi.
Miss Marjori Mr-Cord, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. McCord. graduates at
Miss Hpcnce's school In New Tork City
and will be home earlier than mott of
the girls, aa she comes about May 2.
Mrs. Frederick W. Clarke leave to
morrow for Byraeus. N. T., . where her
daughter.- Mia Katherln . Davenport,
finishes two years' course on the pipe
organ at Brrecus university. They will
remain aaat until July 1. having Invita
tions for several houe parties In th
east- ' : ' v ,u
Mrs Martin Obersf will go to Chicago
ixt ThurKlov no attend the graduation
exercises of her 'sou. Byron. Later she
will go to Vlrglnle.
Mies Fpenre's srhool In. New York close
May V and Mis Katherln Baum, who la
a student there, will entrteln n, house
party of her friends. Including Mill Vlr-f
glnla Offutt of thl city, for several daya
at th close if the chool at the bom of
her parent. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bum,
In Phlladelni U.
Oniha's Drama Leaos Branch.
More than passing Interest la mani
fested In Omaha'a newest orgnniintlon
for the promotion of rt . TrV' local
trench of the Drama league, launched
lrt week by a gToup of public-spirited
women, will embrace I ha work of th
national league and assltt In bringing to
this city theatrical productone of th
I. Sheet trder.
A standard of plays, deduced by play
going committee.' In connection with
educational committee, will he main
tained and members will be apprised of
th good standing of any prediction by
rricana of th publicity department.
In accepting th piesidency of th
Drama leagu. Mis Kate A McHugh, a
te-ognted student of th drama, m
phaelsed th fact that Omaha baa mad
rapid strides In matters pertaining to
iifualo and art. but had been slower In
dramatic development It will be the work
of thl organisation a eulld up a strong
clientele of supporter of good f.rama,
,ho will encourage t'.f production of
good playa and their vrtaonlatlon In this
Other officer of th Drama leagu are
a follow: First vie president, Gilbert
M. Hltcbeoch: second vie pre-tuuni,
Mra. Kdward Porter 'ech: third vice
president. Mrs. Cieme.tt Chaae; tourth
we president. Mrs. Leonard Everett;
cording secretary. Mra E. M. eyfsrt;
corresponding secretary, Mra bowrte
Child; treasurer. Mrs. Howard Caldrlga,
Th board of director includes, Mra
Charles T. Kouutse, Mra. Arthur Oulou,
Mr. John A. Mc3hne. Mra Edgar
Morsmau, Mr Warren Black well. Mrs.
H. L. Curomlngs. Mr. E. M. Fairfield.
Miss JeanetU McDonald. Mra A. V. Hnn
liett. Mme. A. M. Borgltsm. Mr. W. C.
rhannon. Mra A. W. JefferU. Rabbi
Frederick Conn, Mra Id Hanrlictt. Mlas
Tobl'.t, Mia Mary Irvuo Wallace, Mra
J. E, Kummers, Joseph Polrar, F. A.
Brogan, Tbomaa J. Kelly. T. W. McCul
Ui us h. Thomas K. Kimball and C IT.
Graft. Mrs. Harry l Cununings 1
chairman of th membership committee;
Mra E. H. Fairfield, rJay committee:
Miss JeanetU McDonald, diicatknal,
and Mr. Oeorg Prlns. publicity commit
Affain for MUi Stewart.
With th approach of Jua t, th dat
of the UiFerren-Btewart . wedding In
( ounrtl liluffa - nearly vry day and
eveiilng will be taken up with ntartain
tiuius In: honor of Mis Stewart and Mr.
McFetrwt, ,th first on to be next Fri
ey. wben Mrs, Qourg Van Brunt will
give ' a luncheon. Wednesday. June 1
Mra Montgomery of Council Bluff give
a luncheon, and In the evening of the
Mate day Mr. E. W. Mart will entertain
at dinner at th Country elb for Mlas
Stewart and tbe member of bar bridal
larty. On Thursday, Judo 1 Mrs. Clif
ford Wolfe will give a luncheon either at
the Country flub or th Fontenlla and
Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. J. He glv a dinner
In the evening at th Oraad hotel, while
jifierwhrd tnc-re will be a lawa dance at
' "The GaLIra" gtvea by Mra ohn T.
buwart snd Mra Wllmen. granamotbur
AAA ' J ,
and aunt of th brkl. Mies Mildred But- ,
ler, who la on of th bridesmaids, give
a hi no neon at th Country club Friday.
June 4. and that evening Mum Stewart
and Mr. McFerren will entertain their
wedJing party at dinner at the Country
Dinner at Coontry Club.
Mrs. Den Oallarher will be hostess at
ono of the larger nner partiea at the
Country club on the tpenlng night, which
will be given In honor of her sun and hi
bride. Mr. and Mra. Paul Oallaxhar. and
Mlas Pickens, whose wedding takea plac
June 1 Another larxe party will be that
of Mr. and Mr. Howard Baldrlge, who
will hav about th asm number. Mr.
and Mr M. C. Potrrs hav made reser
vations for' a dinner of twelve and Mr.
and Mra A. J. l,ev for fourteen. The'
Tuesday Bridge club member and their
nusbenda will din together that evening,
making a uiy of eighteen, and Mr.
Earl ilanaett will hav ten or twelve
guest, who wet member of a little
dewing rla that met together during
th early spring.
Eeturning- from California.
Mr. and Mra. O. W. Holdresa and Miss
Leet 1uldrvge hav returned fu.rn twj
woka at th California xpoeiliona
Mr. and Mra p. Moorhead and Mis
Moorhcad. who hav been in California
alno before Chrtstmaa, leave there to
morrow for Omaha.
MU Cret'hoo MoConneU arrived home
Tuesday from California, where she has
bn taitlng her alstur. Mrs. Robert
Lowell i'arker, at Ocean Beerh.
Mr. 14-ner Cop and Mr. Elmer Redlck
arrive hoiiM Sunday from tblr trip to
Califurn:a. They went h boat from Port
land to au FrencUco aril were isusht
in the sloint that caxnvt so nu-cli dam
r - . v (
I y y :yyr:.y-,. ;- .;a
-; ; v A : ' i. Clement (Zsje
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aga to ssel on the t ooaat about
three weeks ago.
Brownell Hall Commencement.
Cards wra received thl weak for th
eotrunencement cxerolaea at BrowaoU
hall on Tuesday morning, Jun t, at 10:M
at th church of St. Matthias, also for
th other eventa In connection with the
cornmencemrnt beginning with Field day
next Wednesday at t:, and followed
later by th garden farty for th seniors
oa Monday, June T, and the recital that
evening by pupils of the muslo depart
ment. The sermon to the graduating
cUu by I'.lsbop A. U lUUr.u will be
delivered Sunday, Jun . at SL Matthias
church at 11 a. m.
Mr. B r. Dtffenbacber entertained th
W. V. club Wednesday at a May break
fast. Th table wa daintily attract! v la
th club color, pink and green. Later
th business meeting was bald In KounLs
park. Mr. J. Dempster and Mra Charles
Tennant war guest. Mra Ddmpater will
be th hue bus May fa
Mr. and Mra. C. W. Hamilton anter
talnad Informally Tuesday evening at
dinner for their atster, Mrs. Jack Barbw,
who arrived Monday. Th ether gueet
at th dinner wer Mr. and Mr. John
McShan. Mr. and Mra Howard Baldrige,
Mra C. E. Crala of Springfield. O.. and
Mr. Charie W. HamUten, Jr.
Mra Arthur D. Smith entertained In
formally Wednesday afternoon for Mra,
Elwood Bailey of Dixon. I1L. and Mra
Oeorg F parting ef Saskatoon. Canada,
both of whom hav been visiting their
larents. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Phllllppt.
Mra Louis Q. Doup entertained ia-
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Hiss Grace Laagdim
formally at luncheon Wednesday for Mra.
K. Wakeley. Mra. Heth. Mra. O. W.
Doene, Mr. Bloan, Mr. W. J. Broatch,
Mrs, Wad and Mis Nellie Wakeley.
Mr. Louis Nash 1 planning a picnic
at "NaahWood" next Thurday for Mr.
Th celebration of Junior day at
Brownell Hall thl year la to be on Fri
day Instead of Saturday, th dat chosen
being Jun 4. Th ehang was mad to
accommodate th Council Bluff pupil
on account of the McFerron-tewrt wed
ding la that city coming on Saturday,
Mr. and Mr. 6am A. Adler wul b at
bom Wed need ay evening, between th
hour f T and 10 p. m.. In honor of their
daughter's, Be mice, confirmation.
Mr. C. H. Marley gav a theater
party Friday afternoon at th Orpheum.
A. mlsoallaneou ' shower waa given
Thursday In honor of Mies Ape! Flumkln
by Mr. H. Dunmoff at her bom In
South Omaha. Fifty guest were pres
ent. The afternoon was epont with muslo
and games. Th prises were awarded to
Meadam Marowlta, 8. Oo Id berg. Levy
and Mis Sarah Flum.
Mr. and Mrs. N. VS. Nesbltt gav a
dinner Tuesday vnlng at their horn In
th Angelus apartment. In bonor of Mlaa
Ella May Patterson, who leavea soon for
Wyoming. YeKow tulip and yellow
s'.iaded candle decorated th table and
cover were planed for ix guest.
Wdaeday afternoon Mra E. L. Burke
gav a small Informal tea In honor ef
her guest Mr. WUllam O. Kent of Cali
fornia. Mrs. Vlotor Caldwell poured tea.
Among th guest wer
C. W. Russell.
f. R. Mill.
O. E. Haerstick,
John N. Baldwin,
Oeorg C. Kmith.
. Z. T. , Undsey.
SI S. Rood.
For Bride-El et
Mlaa Dorothy Lroo ntrtalnd at
luncheon Ratarday at her home In honor
of Mis Hasel Lyon, whoa wadding to
Mr. Elwood Pratt will tak plac Thur-
day. May IT. Th tabl waa decorated
with larga mound ef bridal wreath and
whit satin ribbon war stretched t th
four corner. Th guest nUrtainad
Clemenc Hralth of
Mra M. U. JtticK oi aienoo, i.
Plant for Future Affairi.
Mia Oeorg la Patterson wlU entertain
at dinner vry Informally thl vnlng at
her horn In th Angeles apartment In
honor of Mis Ella May Patterson, who
I leaving soon for Wyonring . Six guest
will be entertained.
Th Pagaloo club will entertain at an
cpen-alr pre eeaaon dancing party
Krug park Thursday vnlng.
Th North Sid WhUt club wUl glv
a card party Tuesday evening at It ball
at Twentr-elghth and Fowler avenue.
Mra. W. D. Hosford, wU glv a bridge
lunchson Tuesday for Mrs. John A, Mc-
Mra Herman D. MorowlU will glv a
wrist party thl afternoon at her home
In South Omaha In honor of Mis Goldl
Alplrn. Twenty guest will be enter
tained. Mrs. K. H Westerflald and Mr. J. B.
Orange will entertain th Conoordla club
I Tuesday afternoon.
j Mrs. Fred Elliott. Jr., will entertain th
Omaha Peru club next Saturday. It I
hoped that Mis EUla of Peru, and Mlaa
Loomls of th household conomlcs de
partment of the University of Nebraska
wUl be present.
Dinner Friday Evening. 1
General and Mr. John C. Co win gav
a dinner In boner of Senator and Mr.
Ollbert M. Hitchcock Friday evening.
Cover worn placed for:
Senoater and Mra O M. Hitchcock.
r.x-enator J. K. Millard.
General and Mra. John C. Coertn.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton T. Barlow.
Mr. and Mr Edward P. Peck.
Mra Charie Offutt.
ire. Charles P. Manderasn.
Mtns Jeeal Millard.
tuds W. A. ftedtck.
lr. Luclua W. Wakeley.
Mra C. P. WeUer will enter la! a at
dinner thl evening In th Palm roam of
th Fontenell In honor of Mr. Walter'
seventy-first birthday. Th guest will In
clude their children and grandchildren.
will r a aptcial
DINNER ON SUNDAY
tilts JAN. stflefP.
AT $1.00 PER PLATE
TbUs May Ba KtPtned
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Hies Hose v3mybk
with th exception of Mr. and Mr. JR. V.
Ellis and Mrs. F. C. Patten. Ur. Rllla
and Mr. Fatten are member of Mr.
weller official famllr. the Rlehardann
Th table will be decorated with a
mound of Killarney rose and small bas
nets iiuea with sweetheart rose will
mark th place of th guests, who
TAagra SI VA Uaaflasaaa
Harry F. Weller. Clifford TV'eller.
Walter Pratt. Fred W. Clarke.
lLarl wisher. Charlea K. Weller.
F E. Patton, E. C. EUla.
Alice Mary Weller. Virginia Welter.
jar. iame r inner.
Dr. and Mr. Frank Bacon entertained
th members of th Neighborhood club
at a bridge dinner Thursday evening.
Red and white flowers decorated the
tabl and Mr. and Mr. Rockwell wer
the guests of the club. Those present
Messrs. and fitaHamia
C. B Coon Rockwell.
Mra R. F. Coleman.
Miss lone Duffy.
Mr. and Mra Constantino 3. Smyth
announce th engagement of their daugh
ter. Ro, to Mr. Clarence Q. Sbbernsen,
eldest on of Mr. and Mr. T. Blbbernswn.
Miss Smyth attended school at th BacreJ
Heart academy, Park Plac. Mr. 81b
bernaen waa a student at Bleese Military
academy and later attended Lawrenc
vtllo. Th wedding will be celebrated in
To Honor Visitor.
Mr. and Mr. Luther Kounts wUl glv
an Informal uppr thl evening at their
home la honor of Mra. Rufu Eastman
of New York City, th houwa gueet of
Mr. 'and Mra Osgood Eastman. Covers
will be placed for nlna
Mis Franoe Nash plana to go to Can
ada and devote th auramer to her muslo.
Mr. J. M. Metoalf with her brother.
Judge Cornish, and his family, will leave
June I for Portland, Or., to visit thslr
sister, Mr. Ada Hertech, and to attend
the famous Rose carnival thera After
a month in Portland, they will all go to
th expositions at San Francisco and San
Diego. Mra Me tea If expect to b gone
Church Clubi Entertained.
Th Phllathea and Baraca claaaea of
th Han com Park Methodist Bplaoopal
church war ntertalnod on Thursday
(Continued on Pag Four, Column On.)
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER
12 M. to 8:30 P.M.
75c Per Person
1508-10 Howard Street
W wUl soil a genuine xgia watch, lady' or genUeman'a,
la a gold filled caao, guaranteed for 20 years, on the) Jitney plan,
for $10.30. You pay Bo down and 5c additional each week for
SO weeks, then tho watch Is yours. Th plan 1 as follows. You pay
First week Be
Second week . . 10c
Third week . . . 15
Fourth week . .SOc
Fifth week ...25
BUth week ...SOc
Seventh week . . 85
Ninth week ...45c
Tenth week . . .50c
Eleventh week &5
Twelfth week eo
Thirteenth w'k A5c
Fourteenth w'k 70c
Yon can begin at either end of
vvew siwiui you iee aoie to spars each week, but wa will re
quire at least one payment each week until the last payment
la made. Save your nickel and buy a watch. Every man, wo
man and child can afford a watch on the Jitney plan.
CWAa's OUeK taklUKd JmUr
Sixtttnth mnd Harney 5trttt$ Omaha
Lies in the beauty of its
form, its unconvention
al decoration and the
individuality of each
As gifts for the Juno
bride there is nothing
you could give her that
would please her more
than some of our ele
We have all the new
designs at prices rea
sonable. rri I . 0 Jewelers
m gwiaiAg r csmma
j Filmy Summer Dresses j
w nan k, pl.in tu there Inrtlr e
can he cleaned an thev look
like new, bat It requires skill
to do It.
We clean aa manr a all the
other cleanerg In town com
bined (limply because we do
Prices from f 1.25 to $2.60.
Phone (or an auto, or leave
at our branch of flea, 2016
"Good Cleeuier nod Djen."
1S10-17 Jones SU, Hong. 96S,
B. W pay P. T. eharff on
oa aU oni-of-town ordaor.
at First Cost
Tou pay no tnlddlsmaa profit
W make them ourselves and sell
them direct to you. W atlll hav
a lot of high class travail ng good
that w bought before we started
to make our own, and will sail
thera at t eloa tbani ns.
Our awn make wardrobe trunk
at 141.00 ar equal to any 5.00
trunk oa th market.
Alfred Cornish & Co.
Maaafaututei af "amsss
die and TrvUng Owods,
UUO Taraam sTtroet, Omaha.
Sale at Edholm's
week . .4CK
beventeenth w'k 8Sc
Eighteenth w'k 00c
Nineteenth w'k M
this line of figures and pay what
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