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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 25, 1916.
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vtai I . uitv at an informal dinner Saturday. aaw'je"i
s&'7: xi vuvcra were i(u lor cikiu. riiiK
-l (; '': 1 roses were used as a centerniece at
k JJ the one Urge table.
What o A :
is Gk)ing On
in Society Circles
At Carter Lake Club.
Mr. H. B. Whitehouse entertained
his fellow members of the Pierpont
club at the Carter Lake Country club
house Friday evening. Five prizes
were offered to the players and were
won by Mrs. Frecland, Mr. Sol Gold
strom. Mrs. Lovering, Mr. Rogers
and Mr. H. B. Whitehouse in the or
der named. The club that evening
had the first of its summer sessions
at the club house. Five tables were
placed ir cards.
Mrs. Arthur SeEwarick entertained
at luncheon Friday afternoon in
honor of Mrs. Zaugg of Minneapolis.
Covers were laid for seven.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Christie and
Mr. and Mrs. Yeager dined together
at the club Friday evening.
The Carter Lake Women's Swim
ming and Bowling club took luncheon
at die club Friday.
At Happy Hollow Club.
Mr. and Mrs. C F. Weller gave a
dinner at Happy Hollow club Satur
day evening, when covers were placed
Mtwri. and Madun
Ttt I Clarka, Howard BslSrlSsa.
a. W. Gordon,
IflM Katherlno D&vonport.
Mr. Wuron Brtckonrldf.
lira. Rlph Brockonrldfo.
Dr. and Mrs. Rodney W. Bliss had
as their guests at dinner:
Doctors tad Mtsdamoo
H. B. Lomoro, Palmor Flndlor.
A. D. Dunn, O. aebult.
S. T. Muntaf, C. W. Pollird. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lyle gave a
dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. F.
B. Carpenter of Philadelphia, who are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Fullaway.
The other guests were:
SrniM Pullawmr, Dorothy Lrl.
Bthtl Filltwar, Mr. Dontld Lylo.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Purvis had
twelve guests; Charles Harding and
W. C. Frsier, six; E. T. Callahan and
E. H. Roberts, four; C. E. Walrath
and A. I. Creigh, three, and M. M.
Ryan and W. S. Dawson, two.
At Seymour Lake Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Urion entertained
Mr. ana Mrs. ban styles. Mrs. V. w.
Burchmore and Miss Maurene Burch
more, Miss Margaret Urion, Mr. Ben
Burn and Mr. Frank Forsey at dinner
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith enter
tained at dinner last evening Mr. and
Mrs. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Swing
lev of Omaha and Miss Grace Smith
Dr. and Mrs. William Berry had as
their guests Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Par
ratt, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bell, Mr. John
Sherman, Miss Louise Watkins, Miss
Helen Maude Watkins and Misses
Marie and Doris Berry.
Mr. W. R. Overmira gave a dinner
party Saturday evening, itioie pres
ent were: ' .
Mooaro. and M doraw
i. K. licDonsId A. M. Udnor.
Sum Dlnsmaa, H. C. Forour,
Con Sttmor, a. B. Matkuoa.
W. R. Ovormlr, Fay O. PowoU. :
H. P. LoOwood. . t. 1. Donahuo. '
Mrs. Wesley T. Adkina had at din.
ner Miss Helen Adkins and Mrs. and
Miss Thelma McMahon.
Mr. and Mrs. H, S. Wilcox had two
guesta at owner.. .
Birthiday lurpriM Party.
A birthday surprise party was hetd
rndav evenina-at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Shannon in honor
of their son Hubert The evening
was pieaaanuy spent in contests,
came and music. - Prises were won
by Gladys Edelmaler and Howard
Tomer. Those present werer
OMnK, Oladra BOthaaaw
! Bakw, Hoonor, Nk
Eoifeor Bouaor. " Orao Flalior,
Oladya Ftohor, lrM Win to. ,
Baaoiu Baw, Vlotor tdaalson,
Bradloy Korodlok. Dwtakt Ckaw,
WIlUui Oonkllaf, Hskort Skunov,
OmM rratt, Carl F. Uadtar.
r. aal Mro. ClnwSo rkonnom . .
A birthday surprise party was given
John Wilderrosn at the home of his
parent Friday evening.. Tboss pres
ent were: .,,
Done loa Barrhardt,
SUrtorto Boo worth.
Mr. aad Mrs. Mlhrtt,
Old People' Hon Benefit
The patronesses for the large card
party to be given at the Auditorium
Thursday evening, July 6, for the
benefit of the Old People' Home, is
announced as toiiows:
Moadamoa Moadamofr. .
F. P. Klrkondall. ,- F. A. Bliby, .
John A. HcShana, ' O. d Rodlok,
Chartoo PtekoM,f Qoorco Squlroa,
Ooorto Joolyat. : . . Honnan Kouataa,
J.J. Dlokoy, CN-Dlota,
J. R. aooblo, , W. D. Wllllama,
Nathan Horriam ''' ' John R. Wehotor, '
Ooorao Patoraon. .: . Bon Oallafhor,
J. W.Oridltk. A.J. Lovo.
O. w. Hoaoatk. a. F. Jonaa. ' '
J. J, Brown, J. M. Motoalf. L
Rarold Olttord. B. F. Cnitnmor.
Frooaaaa, 4' ' John Loo Wokatar,
C B. Ruatliu laaao Dourlaa,
C. M. Wllholm. M. N. Woodward,
F. K. Darlo ' Charlos Toat Stowart
' Joh C Fronek, , ; at Council Blutra,
At the Country Club.
Mr. Burdette Kirkendall was host
at the largest dinner party at the
Country club last evening, . which in
eluded members of the school set
home for thes ummer vacation. The
following gentlemen were invited with
their gul friendi
Rokort Wkltlloaay of Frits Sholton.
Mr. and Mrs. Wslter T. Page had
fourteen guests at dinner at the Coun
try club; Warren S. Blackwell, eleven;
K. J. winning, eight; J. t. Stewart, 2d,
eight: Walter Roberts, six: Dr. W. O
Bridges, four, and Albert Sibbernsen,
tour. . .
Dinner at the Fontenells.
- Mis Hatel Hartry entertained at
a dinner party at the Fontenelle Sat
nrdsy evening in honor of Miss Jos'
ohine Carew. a bride-to-be. A center
piece of Killarney roses formed the
decorations, coyer wer laid tor:
' Mlssoo . Mlaoas
Joaophlno Catow,' . Mlnnlo Landoroama,
laabol Swoony. Aaaa Br.ro,
Kalhlaoa JJeUufhlla, Haaol HarllT.
. Ura, A. Komkloot, .
Columbus Club to 'Meg Burns."
The Coinmbut club wilt entertain
' at a theater party Sunday night to
see Meg Burns, ihirty young men
to V i ' ! t 1 i
and women will be Included in the
Oivss Lawn Party.
Miss Nina Dixon gave a lawn party
at her home in Benson Fridsy even
ing. Japanese lanterns were artisti
cally placed, producing a most pleas
ing effect. Games and music suit
able to the occasion were enjoyed by
all Thise present were:
Stlaiis , Mlaaoo
Taaaa Kotohnor, Ruth Robinson,
LaoUM Pourooo, aoorsla HoHlchaal,
tfto Kllllaa, Zora Shoflor,
Irana Ponoo, Porta Dlzon,
Carrla Croaott, Nina Dixon.
HarUa Baatlay, Bdaar Rhoffor,
Clauds Borlokmaa, Dowoy Moor,
W altar Jaeoboa, Frad Nolaon,
Charloa Jonsoa. Tapp Morton.
Maori co MoMlchaoL Lastar Dlioa,
Mr. aaa Mra. a), w. maon.
Wedding at Valley. .
Tha wedding of Miss Mabel John-
ton and Mr. John Priest was solemn
ised at the borne of the bride's father,
Mr. Mona Johnson, of Valley,
Wednesday, June 21, at 8 o'clock. Rev,
J. B. Priest of University Place, father
ot the groom, otiiciatea.
The Lohengrin wedding march was
played by Miss Esther Priest, sister
of the groom.
' The bride was gowned in white
Georgette crepe over taffeta, trimmed
with Chantilly lace and pearls. She
carried a shower bouquet of bride'
The home was decorated in rose
Only the immediate families were
. Mr. meet is a promising young
lawyer of Lincoln and a graduate of
the state university.
Miss Johnson is a graduate of the
University School of Music
Mr. and Mrs. Priest will be at home
after July 1 at 1345 E street, Lincoln.
To Wed Chicago Girl.
Next Wednesday Miss Carrie S.
Jensen of Chicago becomes the bride
of Dr. H. Arthur Nelson of Omaha.
The wedding ceremony will be per-
lormea at the summer nome ot the
bride's Barents at Piatakee Bay. The
bride has made frequent trips to Oma
ha in the past. After an extended
trip. Dr. and Mrs. Nelson will be at
home after September 1 at 4828 Far
Omaha Women at Whist Congress.
The National Whist congress
opened Friday at Spring Lake, N. Y.
Among the players are Mrs. I. M.
Orr and Mrs. E. W. Gunther, two of
Omaha's best whist players. Mrs.
Gunther left here Tuesday for the
east and Mrs. Orr a few days earlier.
Mrs. James Chadwick and Mrs. John
N. Baldwin, both of whom are
already east, may have gone to
Spring Lake for the congress also.
' The three daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. William Callahan will be married
Wedneaday at 8 in the morning at St
Agnes church. The Misses Anna,
Katherine and Margaret will be mar
ried to Mr. lames J. Starr, Mr. Will
iam J. Schultz and Mr. Carl Nelson.
A reception at the Callahan home will
follow the ceremony. ,
At th Field Cluifc
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Hyson enter
tained one of the larger parties at the
Field club , dinner-dance last evening.
Cover were placed for fourteen
guests. The Hanscom Park club had
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dinner reservations' for fourteen also.
Smaller parties were entertained by
Paul Hoagland, who had six guests;
LL. Hiatt, six; C. J. Moore and F.
Tubbs, four; L. D. Van Camp,
Judge Foster and W. T. Thomas,
Mr. and Mr. C. L. Farnsworth en
tertained twenty guests at the Field
club dinner dance Saturday evening.
The wedding of Miss Rose Arlan
der, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. L.
Arlander, pastor of the Second Swed
ish Bsptist church, South Side, to
Mr. Joseph G. Anderson wilt take
place Wednesday evening, June 28,
at the church.
A daughter, who will be called Jane
Elizabeth, was born Saturday, June
17, to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dimery.
Dinner for Mr. BUkeney.
Mrs. J. J. Casey entertained the
young ladies of the Commercial club
offices who were former associates of
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Gossip of Visitor.
Mr. E. N. Cromwel of New York
has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Stewart, 2d, for a week.
Mrs. ti. e. Perkin and daughter,
Louise, of Sao Francisco are the
guests of Mr. W. G. Carpenter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. de Forest Richards
have as their guest Mr. Richards'
mother, Mrs. Richards, of Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Brookneld have
as their guests their daughter, Mrs.
Easterday, and daughter, Margaret
of Albuquerque, N. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Apple and
daughter, Dorothy Belle, have mo
tored from their home in Denver to
pay a short visit to Mr. Cora Wolfe.
Mrs. N. K. Williams and children
of Camaguey, Cuba, arrived Friday
to be the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Chester L. Weeks, for several weeks.
Senator James Foley and Mr.
James Hoey of New York were the
guests ot Mr. ana Mr. A. v. xunsier
tor a few days last week, leaving
Mr. and Mr. N. L. Nathanson and
small son, Paul, of Toronto, Canada,
are expected to arrive in Omaha
Wednesday or Thursday, to be the
guests of Mrs. Nathanson's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Harris.
The three sons of Mr. and Mrs. J.
N. Kopald are now at the family resi
dence. Rabbi Louis J. Kopald of Buf
falo has arrived to spend the summer
with his parents, while Herman G.
Kopald, who haa completed the law
course at Columbia university, and
Mr. S. L. Kopald, whose home is in
the south, are here for a few weeks
only. ,. .
On th Calendar.
The annual picnic of the Jewish
Ladies' Retief society will take place
at Hanscom park Thursday afternoon.
Bird Imitator Entertains.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gorst of Bos
ton, Mass., are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. D. H. Beck. Friday evening Dr.
and Mrs. G. W. Dishong entertained
thirty friends in honor of the guests.
Mr. Gorst gave an Interesting evening
of bird lore, drawing pictures of the
feathered folk, Imitating their whis-
ties and calls and describing their
habits. He devotes his entire time to
this work and is at present on his way
to fill an engagement on the Chautau
Mr. and Mrs. Beck will entertain
Dr. and Mrs. Dishong and their
daughter Gretchen at dinner at their
home Sunday in honor of Mr. and
Jonei-Northrup Wedding. .
Mr, Wilbur Jones and Miss Grace
Northrup were united in marriage
Saturday at 4 p. ra. by Rev. Arthur J.
Morris of the Emanuel Baptist
church at the borne of the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mr. A. D. Northrup.
The house wa decorated with pink
and white roses, fern and palms.
Six small cousins of the bride
dressed in white stretched ribbon to
the altar. They were the Misses
Doris, Virginia, Helen and Elizabeth
Draper ana Master Gordon Draper of
Red Oak, la., and Master Fred
Draper of Adams, Neb. Master How
ard Baytoh, also of Red Oak, acted
as ring bearer, and little Marian Bor
kenhagen, in a dainty dress, strewed
rose petals in the path of the bride.
The children were all between the
ages of 3 and 8.
Mr. James Northrup, brother of the
bride, played the wedding march.
The attendants of the bridal pair
pere Miss Louise Hupp of Chicago
and Mr. Fred Burr.
The bride wore a gown of silk net
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All work left before 4 p.m.
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SHE WILL BE A BRIDE OH
trimmed with princess lace which had
been worn bv her mother, and car
ried bride's roses. The bridesmaid
wore a fluffy gown of embroidered
net trimmed in oinfc and carried Kil
Numerous relatives, but only a few
intimate friends of the faraifv ivere
present at the ceremony and at the
informal reception which followed.
.Mr. and Jirs. Jones left immedi
ately for a short wedding trip to Den.
ver. They will be at home after July
15 at Morence boulevard.
Theater Party for Visitors.
Miss Gertrude Mcller has as her
guests the Xlisses Harel. Edith and
Ruth Ritchcy of .Miles City, Mont.
They arc on their way home from
Cincinnati, where they have been to
attend the graduation of Miss Ruth
from the violin department of the Cin
cinnati conservatory. Miss Meller en
tertained at a party at the Brandeis
theater Saturday afternoon in their
honor. The Misses Hazel Phelan and
Eloise West were included in the
home, given in honor of Miss Butlei
and her brother, Willard.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Webster and
Mr, and Mrs. Barton Millard have
the other boxes for the first night,
end for Wednesday evening Mr. ana
ii c t i t : . i t . i
iUrs. rrea naiimiuu nave uuc oi uio
boxes and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nastf
and Mrs. Luther Kountze, Judge ami
Mrs. Redick, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Kountze and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stew
art, 2d, the others.
Changes In Residence.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Butler and fam
ily leave Thursday for Kansas City,
where they have taken an apartment
at 3525 Central street.
Judge and Mrs. W. A. Redick have
their plans nearly completed for their
new home to be built in Dundee next
to the home of their son, Mr. John
Mrs. C. K. Coutant expects to leave
Tuesday for Chicago with her sister,
Mrs. Brinker, who has been here with
her for a week or two. Mrs. Coutant
will make her home in Chicago with
Mr. and Mrs. Brinker. but will go east .
to Kingston, N. Y.. for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barker ni
family, who recently sold their home
in Worthington Place, are with Mrs.
Barker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Peck, until they leave Wednesday for
Salter's Point, South Dartmouth,
Mass.. for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Schnorr were
at Old Point Comfort, Va this week
and arc expected to return from their
wedding trip today.
Miss Clara Hart ot Council Bluffs
will return home from school at Dana
Hall Tuesday, after a visit of three
weeks with a school friend at New
Accompanied by Miss Henrietta
Fort of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Mcts left Saturday night for their
ranch and summer home in Cherry
county, near Cody. Neb. They ex
pect to remain a month or more.
Mrs. Harry Payne, who has been
Mr. and Mrs. Charles KounUe's
guest for tin days, returned Satur
dav to New York. Her brother. Mr,
Robert Lozier of New Ybrk. was
here over last Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs, . ri. Kocaoaugn cnicnaincu
at dinner in honor of her father. Mr.
W. S. Wedge, who was 80 years old
last week. The dining table center
piece was a cake, with a candle for
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Boxes Taken for Society Movie.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Bureess have
three boxes for Tuesday at the Bovd
theater. Their guests will include the
principals in the society movie cast,
the heroine, Miss Jaqulth, and her
lover, Robert Burns, with Mrs. Fred
Hamilton. J. T. Stewart. 24. who
wrote most of the scenario and was
also one of the principals, Miss Davis
and Miss Meliora Davis, Miss Mildred
Hutler, Miss Mary Burkley and a num
ber of others. There will be a din
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