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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1916.
ociety Notes -:- Personal Gossip -.'- Entertainments -:- Club Doings
t Postpone Their Usual Observanoe
, Because of. the Big Parade of
MISTHJG AT HAPPY HOILOW
By MELLIFICIA, June IS.
The Flag day observance planned
by the two local chapters of the
Daughters of the , American Revolu
"tioitf Omaha, and Major Isaac Sad-
' ler chapters, was held today instead
at Happy Hollow club. It was the
largest entertainment of the day,
covers being laid for n'mity ' guests.
Pink and white peonies and red,
white and blue were combined for
f decorations: '
1 The State regent,. Mrs. Charles 'H.
i.1 111. and Mrs. F. I. Rincrer nf Lin-
. r c i - .
pter,' were the honor guests. Mrs.
L-J - KTL
ikci rcau a uaucr un i nc tvnm-
n oi tne riaz. i ustratea witn
tiros and Mrs . Anil marl a hripf
talk. These guests and Mrs. F. R.
Straight and Mrs. William Archibald
htnith,. regents of the local chapters,
: were at the speakers' table.
There was a musical program also
, arranged oy Miss Luella Anderson,
int which Miss 'Marguerite Sharpless
gave violin, numbers; Miss Marguer
ite Brown, piano selections, and Mrs.
K. H. Kehrer sang. Miss Margaret
Morehouse was the accompanist.
The luncheon was planned for yes
terday, according to the usual cus
tom, but was postponed oil account
of the big parade.
At the Country Club.
Mrs. C. W. Hamilton will cive a
luncheon Saturday for twelve guests.
k Air. ana Mrs. Kenneth ratterson
wn nave lour euesis at dinner mat
Mrs. Nathan, Merriam. gave a tare-
veu lunc neon loaav. at me L-ountrv
lub in honor of Mrs. J; H. Butler,
wno leaves tne last or tne monrn to
matte ner nome in Kansas uity. Mrs.
Merriam s guests included:
Mesdamee Ieh-dani(H '
.T.H.Butler; . Isaac. K. Coiigdon; ?
Joseph Lhmer, .1. .T. Brown,
ICIIIa Blerbower,.. . . William A. Jtedlck,
1' red Davis, Robert Dempster,
vv. Martin, K. Hv Jnks, '
Casper Tost, ' tlannMt,
Hen Gallagher, , ljernmn Kountse.
Miss Bessie Alien.
Notes on the Bird Masque. '
Miss Hazel Silver will sing the part
of the hermit thrush in Percy. Mack
aye's bird. masque, "Sanctuary,". Sat
urday afternoon at Child's ..Paint' Mrs.
Beulah Dale Turner, who was origin
filly cast for the part, was called away
by the. serious illness of her father.
Miss Alice Hitte,. supervisor of
drawing in the . public schools, will
entertain a party of ten bird lovers
at the masque.
Mrs. A, D. Hoag and Jthe women
of the Unitarian Alliance have taken
the sandwich concession and a group
of society girls in attractive Grecian
costumes in rainbow 'colors weU.sejj
ice crea'm iebnes and pop.
At the University Club.
Mrs. Herbert Rogers entertained
informally at luncheon at. the Univer
sity club Wednesday for Mrs. C. C.
Allen of Philadelphia, formerly. Miss
Bessie Yates of Omaha. Covers were
placed for: -
Mesdames - Meedamea " '
C. C. Allen. ' George Voaa.
Charles Offutt," ' -Henry Wyman,
John Rlngwalt, Herbert RoKers
' Miss Helen Millard.
Mrs. Coe Buchanan entertained at
luncheon also at the club for Miss
Ida Darlow, who will be a June bride.
Covers were laid for seven guests.
At Carter Lake Club.
The senior class of the High School
of Commerce held its banquet at Car-
the class colors. Dr. . Holovtchiner
of the Board of Education was the
speaker, and a great deal of school
spirit was shown. Following the
banquet, the principal. Karl F. Adams,
and Mrs. Adams, led the grand march
to ii.e dance pavilion, where the rest
of the evening was spent. Over 125
were present. -.
The cottagers held 'their dinnner at
the club also, when covers were
placed for sixty-eight-guests! Green
wheat and clover was. the unusual
The marriage of Mr. James Burns
and Mrs. Flo Holloway took place at
. St. Philomena's church at 7 o'clock
' this morning. Rev. Father Stenson
performed the ceremony. Mr. Frank
O'Neill of Irvington, Neb., and Mrs.
Arthur A. Daly were the only atten
dants. . '
After a wedding tour to Colorado
and Montana, Mr. and Mrs. Burns
will be at home at the Harney apartments.
Omahans at Excelsior Springs.
Under the heading, "We bet they
the Excelsior Daily Call says:
"Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cheek of Omaha
are among the guests at the Hotel
Snapp. While they are not telling it,
the impression is general that they
are honeymooning. The two bear
that well understood assumed air of
'old married folks.'" . .
Mrs. Paul Getzschmann is another
Omahan in Excelsior Springs.
Notes of the School Set.
Wilbur Haynes has joined a party
of his college fellows for an outing
on the Little Blue river. The camp
is in charge ot Lharles H. tooerson
of Clay Center. . ',, '
Miss Irene Kosewater is expected
home from Smith college Saturday
morning to spend the summer with
her parents, Ur. ana Mrs. Charles
Wedding Announcement. -Miss
Pearl Mav Edwards of Pasa
dena, Cal.; and Eli A. Hvistehdahl of
this city were married on Wednesday
at Pasadena, Bishop Matt a. Hughes
of the Methodist Episcopal church of
ficiating. . ,
The birde is the only daughter of
Wr anil Mrs. M.iniil I. Kftwarrt. tor.
several vears residents of Pasadena.
and is a graduate in music and oratory
of the University of Valparaiso, In
diana, and is a prominent and active
worker in Bishop Hughes' church at
Pasadena. . .
The bridegroom is a graduate of
the University of South Jakota and
Hoke Smith's Daughter Married
(MRS. CALLIE HOKE SMITH PRATT.)
Washington, D. C June 15. Miss
Callie Hoke Smith', daughter df Sen
ator aiid Mrs. ' Hoke, Smith of
Georgia, was married this morning
to J. Lyman. Grant Pratt, a son of
the late Le Gage Pratt of New Jer
sey. The wedding ceremony was
performed in' the Smith home on Cal
fornia avenue, so that Mrs. Smith,
who is 111,', could . attend. A wedding
of the' South Dakota School of Mines,
and is chief chemist at the local plant
of the American Smelting and Refin
' Mr.' and Mrs. Hvistendahl will make
a trip through the Canadian Rockies,
and after July 15 wilt be at home to
their friends at 3615 Sherman avenue,
At the Field Club.
An innovation is being introduced
at the Field club in the form of a
Field club bridge party, open to mem
bers and to their guests upon the pay
ment p.f. a small admission fee.
Luncheon will be served to the play
ers for a small additional sum. The
first of the bride parties will be given
next Tuesday afternoon. The commit
tee in charge consists of Mrs. AJ V
Shotwell, Mrs. C. D. Sturtevant and
Mrs. John Battin.
Mrs. J. O. Siford entertained a
party of four at luncheon today.
Monday the Einanon club will have
a large evening party.
To Honor Guest,
Mr., and Mrs. Walter McCue will
entertain at 7 o'clock dinner this even
ing in honor of Mrs. Florence Mor
eaux of Chicago, who is the guest of
Mrs. D. H. Beck. Pink summer flow
ers and smilax will be used through
out the house. The dinner table will
he arranged in unique fashion. The
cover will be an ancient Chinese cloth
which Mrs. McCue's father brought
from China. It is a combination of
silk and linen in a deep wisteria
shade, one side is of pure silk, the
other of linen. All table decorations
and favors will harmonize with the
Those present will be:
Messrs. and Mesdames
D. H. Beck. Walter McCue.
Mrs. Florence Moreaux. '
Grace CrandalL Honey McCue.
Los Angeles. Herbert Spencer,
Joseph Burkwell of
Mr. J. D. Lewis entertained a party
of young people for an auto drive
Tuesday evening, in honor of his
brother James' graduation from the
eighth grade. Present were:
Herman Lewis, Kenneth Moore.
Howard Allen Wallaco Therman,
Theron Jefferson, Henry Smith,
Miss Florence Murray.
Mrs. W. F. Rowe entertained the
Twelve-Star Whist club at her home
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E. L. Dod
der, Mrs. Gale Beckwith, Mrs. Wil
liam Hayden and Mrs. George Stick
ler of Polo, 111., were the guests of
the club. Prizes were won by Mrs.
Your Last Chance
breakfast and reception followed.
The only guests were relatives and a
Miss Smith was' the youngest
daughter of Senator and Mrs. Smith
and made here debut here two years
ago. Since then she has been a
favorite in Washington society. Her
sister, Miss Lucy Smith, is married to
Lieutenant Alston R. Simpson,
U. S. A.
Beckwith and Mrs. Clarke Laughery.
Three tables were placed for the
The marriage of Miss Olga Hag
stroTii, daughter of Mrs. Sophia Hag
strom, and Mr. Carl Johnson was
celebrated Wednesday evening. Rev.
Chindlund of Iinmanuel Lutheran
church, performed the ceremony. An
unusual feature of the wedding is that
a sister of the bride is also married
to a Carl Johnson.
Miss Anna Johnson was maid of
honor and Mr. Ralph Johnson best
man. The ringbearer was a small
nephew, Master Carl Johnson, and
the ribbon stretchers, the Misses Clara
Swanson, Hilda Wahlstrom, Ruth
Gustavson and Mary Leveen.
The young people left for Minne
sota on their wedding trip and will
be at home, at 3213 Webster after
' Miss Myrtle Bowers of Falls City,
Neb., and Mr. Allen J. Kieffer of Hot
Springs, S. D., were married at the
Dietz Memorial parsonage Wednes
day at 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Bowers of Verdon, Neb., were in at
tendance. Mr. and Mrs. Kieffer will
leave soon for Hot Springs, where
they will make their home.
Seymour Lake Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Miller spent
several days the last week with rela
tives at Table Rock, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. V. i. Kelloway of
Anita, la., arc guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Tagg.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson arc
spending the week at the Phillips cot
tage. Mrs. James Corr and children are
srending a few weeks with relatives
at College Springs, la.
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Cheek and Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Kot-e and family have
returned from Kurt Madison, la.,
where they went to attend the wed
ding of Mr, Harry Check and Miss
Mr. Arthur Herring, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Herring of Omaha, and
Mr. Walter Thisdcn of Great Kails,
Mont., are spending the week with
Melviu and Paul Bckins...
Charles Johnson and Russell
Snygg of Omaha are guests at the
J. H. Parratt home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Spain spent
Wednesday with G. 11. Miller and
Mrs. W. B. Tagg has returned after
a month's visit in Cincinnati, O. On
her return trip she visited with Mrs.
E. V. Lewis of Chicago, formerly of
Omaha. She also visited in Louis
ville, Ky., and Indianapolis, Ind..
whero she attended the automobile
races. She was accompanied home
by her cousin, Miss Elizabeth Rooney
of Cincinnati, who will be her guest
for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Overmcyer had as
their guest at dinner Wednesday eve
ning, Mr. John Shearman.
Mr. Charles F. Frenzer made
eighty-five reservations for the Trans
Mississippi Master Bakers' associa
tion. Dr. W. A. Cox entertained the
Omaha Dental society on Wednes
day. The day was spent in various
field sports, followed by a dinner at
ej p. m.
Among the guests were:
1 Doctors Doctors
C. H. Oeltsen, C. B. Brown.
C. B. Barker, O. J. Oreen,
H. A. Nelson, K. B. McQuillan,
F. F. Whltoomb, .1. R. Bell.
W. L. Shearer, Blaine Truesdale,
A. D. Davis, B. Ulensbler,
Charles J. Wonder, J. P. Slater,
J, C. Soukup, P. T. Barber,
W. H. Saunders. L. E. Meyers Blair,
W. A. Sorenstm, George Carroll,
Percy Hunter, L. Lumpsky.
J. H. "Wallace. . R. H. Cass,
M. H, Dunham, W. E. stoft.
H. 1C. Klnij,
At Happy Hollow Club.
Mrs. S. B. Doyle entertained st
luncheon' today at Happy Hollow in
honor of Miss Helen Epeneter, who
will be a July bride.. Those present
Helen Epeneter, Marjorlo Howland,
Irano Coad, Beatrice Coad,
Marian Carpenter, Luctle Bacon.
Marguerite Rousseau, Clare Ilelene Woodard.
Another lunchen honoring a bride
elect was given by Misses Hazel and
Carol Howard, who entertained ten
guests complimentary to Miss Ida
Darlow. Peonies decorated the lunch
Mrs. Julius Kessler entertained
twelve guests at luncheon in honor of
Mrs. W. C. Sunderland, who returned
a short time ago from the Isle of
Pines. Mrs. E. A. Pegau had planned
to entertain twenty members of a
Fremont club, but the affair was post
poned because of an unusual amount
of illness among the guests.
F. R. Hoagland entertained eight
guests; James Drummond, three;
Chester Nieman, five; B. E. McCague,
six; E. H. Flitton, five, and C. S.
Stebbins, three, at the dinner-dance.
Wednesday, honoring Miss Ida Dar
low', a June bride.
Mrs. A. Weise will receive on Sat
urday and Sunday complimentary to
her daughter Sadie, who graduates
from high school. '
Mrs. E. A. Holvoke has returned
to her home near Madrid, Neb., after
a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Holdrege.
Miss Sophie Katz of Baltimore is
the guest of her sister. Mrs. Victor
Rosewater, and Mr. Rosewatcr. Many
Entertains Unitarian Juniors.
Mrs. Grant Parsons entertained the
members of the Unitarian Junior
club at Seymour Lake Country club
Tuesday evening. Thirty young peo
ple attended and spent the evening
On the Calendar.
Mrs. William Archibald Smith will
give a Brandeis theater party next
on page 5.
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