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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1915)
Tim OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 14, 1015.
is Going On
in Society Circles
University Gab Ditner Dance.
Saturday evening th University club
gave ita fimt dinner-dance. In th cen
ter of the dining room win a apace for
danrlng. tha diner availing thetnaelves
of the opportunity of dancing between
tourwu. Many dined In parties of from
twelve to four. One of the larger
part Ira waa given by Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert Rogera, whoee gueat for the occa
Messrs. and Meedames
Oeoree Sumner, C. IT. Everts,
Osgood Eaatman, J i. W. Capen.
With Mr. and Mra. H. O. Montgomery
Messrs. and Mesdames
Harrv G. Kellv, Krd Thomas,
Bryant Rora. Mylea Blandish.
A rompany of dintra which nfierwajd
made up a. theater party to .tha Boyd,
IT. and Mra. 43. Alasander . Young.
tr. and Mra. C. W. Pollard, '
rr. and Mra. H. B. I.mere,
Tr. and Mra. E. U Bridges, '
Parties of four wore' given by Messrs.
W. H. Bmalla, John R. BJngwalt. A. 3.
Oooley and J. T. Stewart. Other dinars
were Messrs. D. C. Buall. William C.
Ramsey, Harry Byrne. Walter Byrne,
Victor Diet. Arr.oa Thomaa, A.( O.
Green, R. U Patterson and Robert Ganlt.
Mr. and Mra. N. H. Ixxmla enter
tained a family party. , Those present
were: - ,
Meaars. and Meadamee
1. 1. Arnold. TWO.. VHKA
Miss Marguerite Burdeal of Three
Mr A. C. uoomls.
Dance for Foot Ball Team.
Hotel Fontenelle will entertain the nest
dance to be given by the ITniveralty
Mlxera' club of Crelgliton unlveraity, on
Tueaday evening, November M. Thla dance
ta In honor of the foct ball team of tha
university and the chaperonea will be
membara of tha athletic board and their
w1vs. The committee In chare of the
arrangement for the dance la compoaed
of R. Francla Mullln of the Medical col
lege, Fiancla X. B'lver of the Law col
lege, Gerald L. Vlollette of the Art col
late. R. A. McCabe of the Pharmacy col
lege and Stephen A. Mulvlhill of tha
Will Study the Drama.
A coterie of member of the' Drama,
learue ha organized to meet Friday
mornings at the home of member to
atudy the drama under tha direction of
Mia Kate A. Mcliugh. The flrat meetln
waa hold Friday at ' the home of Mra.
Howard BaldrlK. The claae includes:
W. K. McKeen.
Frank V. Judaon,
F. P. KirkandaU,
E. H. ffprague,
F. A. BroKan,
W. A. C. Johnton,
John MeHhane. ,
Fntertifn Dinner Party.'
Mr. and Mra. Jerome WIHe entertain
today at dinner.. The .decoration will
be in a . Thanksgiving scheme. The
guests invited are:
Meecr. and Meadamee
W K. AIM. K. H. Beekere.
Arthur Muxfleld, Walter At wood.
Mendimpt- . Meademea . ,
Mlla Berghausnn, Grace Mtlern. " '
St. Berchm&n'i Clui Dance.
The senior class of Bt Berchman'a
academy wilt give its flrat annual dancing
COME TO BE THE QUESTS OF MRS.
J. F. PEENTIS3. t
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Miss Helen Miller
Locke-Harmann Wedd ing Party
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party Tuesday evening at Chamber'
academy. Following are the patrons and
patronesaea: -. ;-,
Mearra. and Mesdames
T. J. Reoinono,
. F. West.
J. I'. Kedman
James May, , ,
MlKa N. Uuanman.
n w Mainaa. W. M. llunhman.
William Hannan. ' John-B. Haskell.
Following are the member of the class
of 'IS: - .
Henrietta West Martha I. Galnea.
Klisabeth Redman, Ruth L. Wheeler,
Kathleen McOr'ann, Vivian K. Foley.
Agnes w . ouaiiinan.
Entertaini Kensington. ,
Mr. . Frank Machal entertained the
Dalaey kanslngton at her home Wednes
day afternoon. Those present were;
Meadame ' Medame
J. Ulaas, A. Hug..
. Chrtetensen, A. Kratky,
W. Hheliberg. rtaysaorter,
C. FUa. . O. rhllca.
C. Koutaky. J. Kiha.
The Sisterhood of Temple Israel will
give a dinner thla evening at o'clock In
the veetry of the Temple. The dinner
will be followed by an entertainment.
Claii in Aeithetio Dancing-.
A clan In aesthetlo and Russian folk
dances ha been organised and will meet
every Saturday forenoon under the leader
ship of Mia Katharine Grable at Tur
pin' academy. The new claia Includes:
Misses Mlssea .
Harriet Smith. Anne Glfford. . ,
I.uolle Bacon Gertrude Mela, -
Blanche Deutl. Emily Holdrege. '
Mariorie McCord. ; lorothy bhaniian. '
Suffrage Theater Party.
Thirty seats have been reserved .by
6maha suffraglsts to attend the Orpheum
in a body Monday night to re Mary
Shaw. Among those who will attend are:
Meaars and Maadama
Miss Hilda Hammer, left Friday for E
celelor Sprinaa. Mr. Prltchett expecta to
o down for the week-ends while they
The Yale foot ball team of which Mal
colm Baldrlge of this city Is a member,
were guests of B, H. Converse on board
his yacht the Parthenla for tha last week
end, going with him to his home at
Marlon on Bustard's Bay after the game
Mra. H. C. Van Gleson left Thursdsy
for an extended tour of California and
the northwest, accompanied by Mis
Susanna Walker and Miss Marguerite
Ross, both of New York, who snivel
Thursday mornlrar. Mra Van Gleson
may decide to spend part of the winter
t least In the west. ... .-
Complimentary Dinner. '
Mr. and Mr. Rome Miller will entertain
the parents of the girls of the Twinkle
club at dinner on Tuesday evening, No
vember 23, at 8 o'clock. The parents will
be the complimentary guests of Mr., and
Mrs. Miller for the entire evening.
Ifewi of Omaha' Visitors.
Captain and Mrs. John Royden Kelly,
the guests of Mrs. Daniel Stapleton for
several days, have continued on their
war to Panama.
Mr. John Batcholder of Boston, who ha
been the guest of his slwter-ln-law., Mra
Arthur C. Smith, and Mr. Smith for sev
eral weeks, left Friday.
Mrs. John G. Bourke left Sunday for
Washington. D. C. after two weeks' !
stay, the guest part of the time of Mr.
and Mr. Victor Caldwell.
Mrs. Charle Eddy of New York, who
ha been with Mrs. J. W. Metcalf for
several week, leave today to visit her
sister In Arkansas and later will go to
Mra Charles D. Beaton expecta her
mother, Mrs. E. A. Wurster of Milwau
kee, to arrive Monday to vlalt her until
after Thanksgiving. Mr. Wurster will
also com for Thanksgiving.
Mr. Jerome Magee arrived In Omaha
Wednesday . from New York on her way
to Montana. Mra. Magee ha been visit
ing Mr. and Mra. E. Dlmon Bird at Green
wich, and ha eleo been with Miss Curtis
In New York..
If is Florence Robinson of St Louis ar
rives Monday to visit Mr. and Mra W. T.
Robinson of Dundee, and will be accom
panied by her uncle. Colonel Robinson,
who will remain only a day or two. Mia
Robinson visited her last year, when she
mad many friends. In her honor Mr. and
Mr. Robinson will entertain at dinner
Mr. and Mr. Donald McFerron ' of
Roopeaton, III., arrived Saturday In Coun
cil Bluff on their way from California.
Thla evening Mr. McFerron' pa rente.
Mr. and Mra Charles Stewart, are giving
a supper In their honor at home. Monday
evening Mr. and Mra. Clifford Wolf will
give a dinner for them and several Omaha
girl and men are Included In both partlea.
Entertains at Kensington.
Mra. C. B. Coon entertained at a ken
slngton and lunrfheon on Wednesday. The
guest were: ;
R. M. Lindsay, B. C. Brookfield,
C. H. Marley, H. B. Ramadall,
Frederic Bacon, L. A. Garner,
C. O. Pickett. Mlaa Ion Chapel,
Wedding Announcement '' '
Mra Jennie Senowlt of New York was
I married Thursday evening to Ben Lev
ensky of Kimball Neb., at' the" home of
I the bride's sister, ' Mrs. J. Adler. thi
I city. Rabbi Branson officiated. 'Mra
Charle Udlnsky of New York attended
I the wedding. The bride wore a gown of
I blue panne velvet trimmed In marten fur.
Mis Margaret Bage,' daughter of Mr.
FORMER OMAHA WOMAN HERE
FROM ST. LOUIS.
Y - I
Jfrx Charles Urcjuharb
and Mra C. E. Sage, waa married on
Monday to Mr. L. W. Cooke of Trult
dale, N. D. After the ceremony ir. and
Mrs. Cooke left for Frultdale, where
they will make their future home.
Testa Chapter Flans Dances.
Vesta chapter, Order of the Eastern
Star, will give the first of a series of
dancing partlea Thursday evening at
Chambers academy. The committee in
Mr. and Mra C. R, Thlem.
Mr. M. C. Thomson
Meads me s
To Honor Guest.
Mr. and Mra. R. Kulakofsky win be at
horn Sunday evening between the hours
of i and 19, complimentary to Mra. L.
Richards of San Franolsoo, Cel., who has
been their guest for several weeks past.
Mra Richards plans to leave for her home
The wedding of Miss KIsa Haarmann.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Haar
mann, and Mr. William Matthew Locke,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Locke of
this city, formerly of Scranton, Neb., will
be celebrated Wednesday evening at S
o'clock. Rev. Mr. Poucher of Trinity
Methodist church, formerly of Stanton,
This wedding Is: the culmination of a
college romance. Vss Haarmann Is a
graduate .of the University of Nebraska,
where she went after finishing her work
at the Central High sohool. There she
became a member of the Alpha Phi
sorority. Mr. Locke, who also attended
the University of Nebraska, Is a member
of the Delta Tau Delta.
The maid of honor at the wedding will
be Miss Virginia Leitch of Kansas City,
a member of the bride's sorority, while
the best man will be Roland Le Baa of
Beatrice, a member of the groom's fra
ternity. The 'groom's sisters. Miss Adrya
and Miss Belle Locke, will stretch rib
bons, and little Mis June Phlpp will
csrry the ring.
The musical numbers will be a feature!
Mra 'John Haarmann, is leader of the
(Continued on Page Three Col. Four.)
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The practical element is allied closely with the
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We have provided richly for those whose Christmas
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For the larger expendlturea we offer almost unlimited choice.
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Tot the Future.
The Plasa club will give a dancing
party. Thanksgiving eve, November M.
si aieiropouian nail, Tweniy-in.ira and
Cinotara Opening Dance.
The Clnoaam Dancina club mv itm
opening dance Thursday evening. Klghty
sou plea were preaeot Thaaaxt dane
will b gueat night and will be given
Mra. Bert C. Boauet
kenslngton luncheon on Thursday for
thirty guesu. Following luncheon sev
ral musical numbers and readlnga from
uie uiDi wer given.
Hxceliior Springi Craetta.
Mra S. B. Taung. Mra K. Da via.
iara volt. Mlaa Hdm Mnmh vr
Murphy and Mr. aad Mra !. Wllr of
umana ar guesu of th Kim hetsU Ei
lsior aprtngs. Mo.
Ooiiin of Societr.
Dr. H. C. iumnsy U big gam hunUng
ta northern Mlnnaeota.'
Mra. Charles J. Qreen is at th new
Patae hotel In Han DWn r.i
Miss Emily Keller went from Rose
mary Hall to apend the week-end at Vas
aar with Mlaa Krna Reed last week.
Frlta Buchols has recently been taken
Into the Alpha LUa fraternity at
Itliss Vclle Locki
Tale and Malcolm Baldrlge has mad
Mrs. Joseph , Baldrlge, . who ha .been
east all summer and haa been detained
there for the peat few weeka by th 111-
nasa of her youngeet son, Grafton, re
turned horn today with him.
Mr. Oeorge U Hammer, with his
daughtera, Mrs. Harold Prltchett' and
Tou "will always be sat
isfied 4f yon have your
olothes made at Lohr
If you vear a Lohrman
suit iU will improve your
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