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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 25, 1916.
Their Engagements to Wed Announced
POPULAR NASHVILLE GIRL
VISITOR IK OMAHA.
Miss Helen Mann left Sunday for
nine, where she will visit friends
t Hillsdale and Cheyenne.
Rev. Frederick W. Evans left Tues
day morning for Clinton, where he is
tn serve as an usher at the wedding
of Miss Isabelle Welles Loan and tne
Rev. Humphrey Jones Rendell, pastor
of the First Presbyterian church at
Clinton. Dr. Rendell and Dr. Evans
were Princeton classmates.
Mrs. Joseph Michener and daugh
ters, the Misses Velma and Alma
Michener, left Monday in their auto
mobile for an overland trip to Billings,
Mont, where they will spend the sum
mer. En route they plan to stop for
a visit at Cheyenne. Mr. Michener.
who is in Chicago just now, will
make his headquarters at Billings
through the summer and his family
are going west for the purpose of
being near him. His contract for buy
ing horses for the French army will
keen him west most of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Clark and Miss
Eunice Clark, Mrs. A. Etzenperger
and Miss Marguerite Etzenperger
motored to Fort Crook and Bellevue
Sunday, the trip being planned in
nor of Miss Marguerites birthday.
Mrs. M. H. Hammond was a guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walters at
their houseboat at the Boat club last
week while her husband was attend
ing the democratic national conven
tion in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Ham
mond, who recently came here from
Minnesota, and who plan to make
Council Bluffs their home, will spend
most of the summer at the Boat club.
Dr. Mogride, head of the Iowa
School for Feeble-Minded Children,
located at Glenwood, was a guest of
Dr. Tom Lacey of Council Bluffs at
the Boat club Sunday.
Dr. B. L. Banford and a party of
four from Atlantic, la., spent Sunday
at the Boat club.
Mr. and Mrs. Wells Duell of Wood
bine, la., spent the week end at the
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Davis and daugh
ter spent last week at the Boat club.
Dr. and Mrs. F. T. Seybert and Miss
Marjorie Seybert motored to Imo
gene Saturday in their new Path
finder. Two of Dr. Seybert's sisters
made the return trip with them.
Miss Edna Sprague left Tuesday
for Berkeley, Cal., where she will at
tend the summer school at the Uni
versity of California.
Mrs. Rachel McAllister of Lincoln,
III, is spending a few days as the
guest of her brother, Judge W. C.
Joseph and Mrs. Joseph. Mrs. Mc
Allister is enroute home from Denver,
where she went to attend the funeral
of her sister, Mrs. Whitehead.
South First street chapter of St.
Paul's guild met Monday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Richard Green, 210
Graham avenue. The usual business
and social session was enjoyed and re
freshments were served.
Mrs. Olaf Elton and daughter,
Ruth, formerly of this city, now of
Port Washington, Wis., are expected
here Thursday to be the guests of
Mrs. H. W. Clark and other friends.
Miss Lilla Mitchell of San Fran
cisco, Cal., is the guest for a few days
of Mrs. Caroline Theinhardt. Miss
Mitchell is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ned Mitchell, formerly of this
city,' and is enroute home from New
York, where she has been spending
Morningside chapter of St. Paul's
guild i.ict Tuesday afternoon at the
home of H. V. Battey. Matters ot
routine business were transacted and
plans were made for a guild picinc
to be held at Manawa July 6. Re
freshments were served by the host
ess. The Misses Martha and Magdalene
Emig entertained at a miscellaneous
shower Tuesday evening in honor of
Miss Nellie Allavie, whose marriage
to Dr. Walter P. Hombach of O'Neill,
Neb., will take place next week. The
rooms were prettily decorated in the
St. Francis academy colors, blue and
yellow, many of the girls having been
classmates at that school. Supper
was served in the dining room, where
.the table decorations were yellow
nasturtiums and forget-me-nots from
the earden of the hostess. Over the
table was hung an inverted parasol of
b ue and vellow which was let down
after supper and proved to be full
of dainty packages tor the bride-to.
be. The evenine was spent crochet
ing wash cloths and doing other bits
of work for the new housekeeper.
Fourteen euests were present.
Mrs. D. N. King and Mrs. J. G.
Hollenbeck are entertaining a num
ber of relatives, the guests from out-
of-town being Miss Sophie Sprague of
Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. G. M. Sprague
of Belleville, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. G.
D. 'Reynolds and sons of Rock Island,
III., and Mrs. Raymond Sprague of
The wedding of Miss Nelle Allavie,
dauehter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Alia
vie. to Dr. Walter P. Hombach of
O'Neill. Neb., son of Dr. and Mrs.
W. P. Hombach of this city, will take
place Tuesday morning, June 27, at
8 o'clock at St. Francis' churcr, Rev.
Father F. P. McManus officiating.
Dr. Hombach and his bride will make
their home at O'Neill, after a brief
An especially pretty weaning tooK
place Saturday evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Upton, 710
East Pierce street, when their daugh
ter, Mabel, and Mr. Roy E. Lang
mack were united in marriage. The
ceremony was performed by Dr. J.
T. Jones of the First Congregational
church and was witnessed by about
forty guests, only the relatives and
a few intimate friends being bidden.
The bridal party entered to the
strains of the Lohengrin wedding
march, played by Miss Helen Grell.
The bride was attended by her sis
ter, Miss Ruth Upton, who wore a
most becoming gown of white mar
quisette. She carried a lovely bouquet
of pink roses. The bride, a pretty
brunette, was lovely in a suit of rose
colored silk with a bodice of geor
gette crepe. She carried a boquet of
bride's . roses. Mr. Max Upton,
brother of the bride, was best man.
The house was transformed into a
veritable garden, palms, ferns, pink
sid white roses and Easter lilies being
used in profusion. In the living room,
where the ceremony was performed,
a bank of palms, ferns and roses
formed a background for the bridal
party. Baskets of roses and lilies
were used everywhere with most ar
tistic effect Following the ceremony
a wedding supper was served, the
guests being seated at one large and
several small tables, each with a
basket of roses and lilies for a cen
terpiece. Mr. and Mrs. Langmack
went the same evening to their new
SHE WAS WEDDED ON
Jdele Marie Davis
home, 2556 Avenue A, where they at
once begin housekeeping. Both young
people are well known here and have
large circle of friends. Mr. Lang-
mack is in the employ of the Council
Blurts Kemedy company.
The Associated Charities met
Monday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. James Hunter, at which time the
final reports showed that $601.88 was
realized from the tag day, June 10.
In the absence of Mrs. Caroline John
son, who was called west on business.
no report from the Creche was
given, i he garden committee, how
ever reported most enthusiastically
with regard to the summer work at
the Creche. Under the direction of C.
E. White of the high school faculty,
a fine garden has been made and
about three acres of potatoes planted.
A group of high school boys came out
with Mr. White and put in two after
noons assisting the children in spad
ing and preparing the garden for their
seeds. Ihe committee reoorted with
joy the fact that Mr. White had de
clared that no garden in the contest
was in a more flourishing condition
than that at the Creche. The sum
mer work is proving of great interest
to the children and the garden prod
ucts are greatly appreciated at the
Creche. Arrangements were dis
cussed for a picnic to be held for the
Creche children some time before the
Fourth of July. At the close of the
meeting Mrs. Hunter served refresh
ments and a social hour was enjoyed.
No turther meetings will be held
Mrs. L. A. Miller of Hyde avenue
was hostess to the El Deen club Wed
nesday afternoon. The afternoon
was most pleasantly spent with ken
sington work and dainty refreshments
were served by the hostess. The club
will be entertained July 5 at the home
of Mrs. George A. Sizer, 910 Nine
Miss Nora Larsen of 923 Avenue I
has gone to Spirit lake for a vaca
tion visit with friends. She plans to
be away for six weeks.
Miss Maude Graham Bell is pre
senting two of her pupils in recital
this week, Lillie Englund, Thursday
evening, and DeWitt Tucker, Friday
evening at her studio in the Merriain
block. Both pupils were assisted by
Miss Margaret Michael.
Dr. Frank Hombach and Dr. John
J. O'Hearn, graduates of Creighton
Medical college this year, who will
leave soon for Kansas City and Ta
coma, Wash., respectively, where they
will enter hospitals as internes, were
guests last evening at a banquet ten
dered them by a party of friends in
the red room at the Grand. The
affair was planned as a farewell to
the young doctors. Twenty guests
MRS. J. C. LEISENRINO.
Nee Elfle A. Copenharve.
WON A MEDAL FOR SINGING AT
Miss Therma Dell Morgan and
Miss Maude Kierle gave a picnic
party at Krug park Wednesday after
noon in honor of Miss Edna Potts of
Pawnee City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul A.
Haskell acted as chaperones.
' Mrs. Glen Morgan entertained at a
kensington on Friday afternoon in
honor of her birthday. Those present
were Mesdames George Dial, August
Sundberg, August Peterson, Edward
Peterson, Dudley Dodson, John Pe
terson, Maurice Kindred, Mrs. Ber
tha Anderson, Miss Carrie Parks and
Miss Jennie Dial.
Miss Mable Anderson left Wednes
day for Berkeley, Cal., where she
will spend the summer.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ship
poritte Wednesday, a girl.
George Gillen left Thursday for
Minneapolis for a visit with friends
Mrs. Elva Hinman left Thursday
for California, where she will spend
John Fairgrieve of New York was
the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Maggie
E. Anderson, the last week.
Rev. and Mrs. Philip Smith of
Bridgeport, Neb., were the guests of
the Brisbins this week. Mrs. Smith
was formerly Miss Julia Hunt of this
James Fairgrieve of Carlos, Md.,
who has been the guest of his aunt,
Mrs. Maggie E. Anderson, the last
three weeks, left Thursday for St.
Paul, where he will spend a few days
before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan enter
tained at a dancing party Saturday
evening, at which there were present
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Knag, Dr. and
Mrs. C. A. Sorenson, Mr. and Mrs.
L. L. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. John
Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Green, Mr. and Mrs. J. Jenson, Mr.
and Mrs. John Ryan and Mrs. John
Mrs. Garriet Jenssan will entertain
the Ladies Aid society of the Metho
dist church at her home Thursday
Dr. Ada Platz of Beatrice, Neb.,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thom
as Dohrse Ihursday and Friday.
The wedding of Miss Amelia Grif-
fen, daughter of Mrs. Griffen, and Mr.
Gordon was solemnized Tuesday at
the Episcopalian church, Bishop A,
L. Williams officiating. After a trip
to North Dakota and Minnesota, Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon will be at home at
711 Washington street, Florence.
Miss Hazel Leach is visiting her lis
ter, Mrs. Effie King, at Tekamah.
In honor of Miss Edna Potts of
Kansas City, who is the guest of the
Misses Harrington, Miss Maude
Kierle gave a theater party to see
Maude Adams Tuesday evening.
Those present were the Misses Nelva
Harrington, Vy Harrington, Edna
Potts, Zerlina Brisbin, Therma Dell
Morgan and Maude Kierle.
Thursday evening at the Presbyter
ian church the Keystone class of boys
entertained the Westminster class
and the Sunshine girls at a "Keystone
Walter Sorenson left Wednesday
for Peebles, Idaho, to spend the sum
mer. Mrs. W. R. Wall and children left
Wednesday for Oregon to spend the
Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Sorenson and
family left Wednesday for a two
weeks' fishing trip in Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Townsend
and daughter, Maxine, of Guerdon,
Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Benton
of Omaha were guests of E. L. Platz
Mr. and Mrs. William Mencke spent
Sunday in Blair visiting Mr. Mencke's
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wight spent
Sunday at Valley, Neb., in search of
the finny tribe.
Miss Kate Taylor of Florence and
Mr. Edward Noland of Omaha were
married at the home of the bride's
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weber of
Wayne, Neb., are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Weber this week.
Miss Alice Kern ot Stanton, Neb.,
was the guest of Miss Amelia Griffen
the fore part of the week.
Miss Sophie Anderson of Blair
spent Tuesday in Florence visiting
relatives and friends.
Mrs. W. R. Wall and children left
Tuesday morning for. a visit with
friends and relatives along the Pacific
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Phal
en Thursday, a boy.
WOMEN TO BE ADMITTED -TO
NEW ATHLETIC CLUB
Athletic club directors Friday af
ternoon voted to admit women to
membership at half price, $50 admis
sion fee and $25 annual dues. This
is half the resident membership ex
pense. It applies only to women
whose husbands are not members of
the club. Wives of members will
have all privileges of the club.
Married or single women may join
The clergy will also be admitted at
half price, $50 fee and $25 dues, it
was voted yesterday.
The directorate was changed from
six to seven members, and w. A.
Schall was elected the seventh mem
ber. Mr. Schall was elected secre
tary of the corporation and George
t. Haverstick, vice president.
The Misses Ruth and Grace Sla
baugh entertained at coffee at their
home last Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. George had eight
guests at the Country club last satur
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Uhl. jr., and Miss
Isabel Milroy entertained at dinner
last Saturday at Happy Hollow in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bentley Mc-
Cloud ot Chicago.
A son was born last week to Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Hayward of Fair-acres.
A daughter was born last week to
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Mottitt.
The engagement has been an
nounced of Miss Mary Norris, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Warren
Norris, to Mr. Frank Selby, son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Selby.
The funeral of Mrs. George Pray,
who died last Saturday, after a linger
ing illness, was held Sunday trom the
familv residence, 5018 Davenport
street, with interment at Prospect Hill
Miss I-ila Hoke gave an apron
shower Monday for Miss Denzel
Deems, a lune bride.
The Dundee Woman's Bowling
club met for their usual game and
luncheon Wednesday at Happy Hol
The first matinee for children of
the season was given Tuesday at
Mrs. C. W. Hinzie and daughter,
Mabel, left the first of the week for
a trio to Chicago and Rockford, III.
Miss Helen Curtis has arrived from
Rockford college for the summer.
Mrs. W. J. Patton and son. Jack,
of Wyoming are guests of Miss Win
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Marsh and two
children, with Mrs. Marsh's sister,
Miss Crosen,- left Monday for their
summer home on sand lake, northern
Miss Virginia Pixley and Miss Mil
dred Rhoades are visiting Miss Eliza
beth Mitchell at her home in Fort
Mr. and Mrs. James Chadwick will
spend the month of July in New York
with their son, jonn.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Russell enter
tained at supper last Sunday at the
Country club for the Misses June and
At supper at Happy Hollow last
Sunday were the following Dundee
neoole: Dr. E. T. Manning, with seven
guests; H. G. Browne; J. W. Morton,
three guests: is. fc.. Niswonger, tnree
guests; C. T. Deuel, three guests; J. E.
ueorge, two guests, ana w. n. nea
lclc. three euests.
Mrs. F. I. Ellick had five guests,
and Mrs. J. M. Gilchrist had four at
Happy Hollow club tor luncheon
Mr. and Mrs. Geornre Brandeis re
turned Monday from New York. They
were accompanied from Chicago by
Mrs. Anna Rogers, mother, and Mrs.
M. J. Carney, sister, of Mrs. Brandeis
The Missionary meeting of the
Dundee church was held Friday at
The annual picnic of the Dundee
Sunday school will take place at Elm-
wood nark Ihursdav ot this week
The Bible class conducted by Mrs.
Johnston met Thursday morning with
Mrs. Blair. It meets this week with
Mrs. Frank Carmichael.
Dr. H. B. Lemere returned the
first of the week from Detroit, Mich.,
where he attended the national medi
Miss Louise Curtis and Mr. Randall
Curtis entertained last evening at
Happy Hollow club for Miss Ida
Darlow, a June bride.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. George gave a
dinner of six covers at the Country
club Wednesday evening.
The Triangle club of the Dundee
Sunday school went on a hike
Wednesday to Elmwood park, accom
panied by Mrs. Thomas Crosby.
A number of Dundee people went
on the train and in automobiles to
the Boy Scout camp at Arlington
Miss Mercedes Caughlin entertained
at four tables of bridge Friday after
noon. LUTHER LEAGUE STATE
CONVENTION TO BE AT MEAD
The state convention of the Luther
league of the Lutheran church of Ne
braska will be held at Mead Sunday
and Monday. To accommodate those
going to the Sunday meeting the
Union Pacific will run a special train,
leaving Omaha at 8 o'clock Sunday
morning and returning in the evening.
FORMER CITIZEN OF OMAHA
DIES IN SAN FRANCISCO
Frank R. Southard, brother of J. B.
Southard, former city clerk of Omaha,
died in San Francisco on Friday. He
is survived by a wife and six children.
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Merle Grauer, age 12, won a silver
medal in a singing contest held at
Grace Lutheran church last week.
Merle is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. G. Grauer, 2722 South Sixteenth
Mrs. C H. Stephens left Friday aft
ernoon for Oklahoma, where she wil
visit her son.
The wedding of Miss Verda San
born and Dr. Moon took place last
Miss Nina Kmon entertained
number of young people at her home
Mr. and Mrs. K. I. Whistler lett on
Friday to spend two weeks in an out
ing at Valley, Neb.
Messrs. A. McClung. .1. Calvert ana
C. 11. Uurril returned I hursday eve
ning with the hiking parly of Over
fifty boys, who spent the week near
Daughters were born to Mr. and
Mrs. James Hughes and to Mr. and
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Mrs. 1. J. imcvjuuc lasi wccr.
Mrs. 11. Crosier of Dakota City,
Neb., was a guest at the home of Mrs.
h. I. Crews last week.
Mr. Paul Kazakas and Miss Helen
Tobiason of Benson were married last
Mrs. I. Dilworth and Miss Nettie
Wvler of Denver were ffuests at the
John Marshall home on luesday.
Mr. Kov Young and Miss Margaret
Fedde are home from the University
of Nebraska for the summer.
Mr. Earle Davey is making a Vint
at the home ot his parents alter
year's stay in Wyoming.
Miss Gertrude Calvert entertained
on Monday night at a slumber party
tor the l.oval Daughters club.
Miss Madeline Horton entertained
at luncheon last Tuesday for Mrs. C
Sawtelle of Benson, Misses Ellen and
Margaret Weeks of Greeley, Neb., and
Miss Nita Kanz.
The funeral services of Mrs. John
Snyder were held Monday afternoon
at her late home. Interment was at
Mount Hope cemetery.
The sixth annual state Luther
league convention convened on Thurs
day evening at the English Lutheran
church. Several prominent workers
were present at the convention
Among them were Rev. O. D.
Baltzly. Rev. L. M. Kuhns, Rev. C,
B. Harman and Rev. C. B. Lewis.
Mrs. F. B. Oliver entertained at
luncheon on Wednesday. Covers were
laid for Miss Jessie Moulthrop of
Benson, Mrs. R. S. Allen and Miss
Emily Allen of Omaha.
Mrs. James Peterson is spending
the week-end in hremont.
Mrs. L. J. Gilbert of Atlanta, III., i:
visiting at the home of her brother, G
H. Tutlle, and Mrs. Tuttle.
Mrs. W. O. Talbot will be hostess
for the Aufweiderschen club at her
home on Tuesday.
Mrs. W. H. Sackreide left
Wednesday for a long visit in Cin
Masters Louis and Raymond Bur
meister leave today to spend the sum
mer with relatives in Pine Bluffs,
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kenny en
tertained last week for Mr. G. W.
Edgerton of Rio Grande. Tex.
Mrs. A. P. McCarthy entertained at
luncheon on Wednesday in honor of
Mrs. f . j. Mordcn ot St. Louis.
Mr. A. J. Marsh of Shenandoah. I,
and Mrs. S. B. Dickey of Willard, Mo.
were guests during the last week at
the F. L. Boner home.
Miss Irene Horton and Mrs. O
M. Brotemarkle entertained their
Sunday school classes at a picnic in
Keystone park last Saturday.
Mrs. H. P. Greenough of Dalhart.
Tex., and Miss Lucille Truckey of
Grand Island, Neb., are guests at the
L. Proulx home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wilkins and
daughter, Mrs. Max Nippcll, and Mrs.
M. L. Eayre have returned home from
a seven months' stay in California.
BOY SCOUTS RETURN FROM
ANNUAL CAMP AT ARLINGTON
The Omaha Boy Scouts, who spent
the week at Arlington, at their an
nual outing, returned over the North
western yesterday morning. There
were 100 in the party and all reported
having had ag reat time. There were
no accidents, and the youngsters re
turn browned to the color of saddle
A new $100,000 temple of the Mystic
Shriners is to be dedicated today at
Trenton, N. J.
of the South Side
(tcf Ann Xfawpr and Marffaret
King spent (he week end at I'apiTlion.
Miss Nell Banner entertained on
Wednesday evening in honor of her
house guests. Misses Olive and Meda
Hodges, at a slumber party. A tour-
course breakfast was served Thurs
Fhe New Century club was enter
tained at the home of Mrs. A. R.
Hehmke. JM2 South Twenty-fifth
treet. Thursday afternoon. After a
short business meeting the afternoon
was spent at cards. A dainty lunch
eon was served by the hostess. Twen-
-five members were present.
Miss Mildred Cononay entertained
the O. F. I". club at I o'clock lunch
eon 1 hursday afternoon at the home
of her aunt, Mrs. N. . Bryson. Cliv
ers v. ere laid (or Bessie Alswoitii,
(laclyt Wright. Doris Van Saut, Mar-
one A!)liou. Hope tiilibaril, Helen
an Sin;, Alia Davis and Mildred
Mr?. Herman Saalfcld will enter-
nin t ie Mom av .-Uernoon Htnrn
Five club at her home Monday after
Misses Fay Mullen and Nell Ban
ner enlerlamert at a luncheon on
Wednesday in honor of Misses Meda
and (Jlive Hodr;cs of West Point at
the home of Miss Mullen. The color
scheme was carried out in pink and
white with pink sweet peas forming
the centerpiece. Covers were laid tor
Misses Meda I lodges. Mane licatty,
Olive Hotiiies, Irene Raynor, Helen
Lichnovsny. Azcla Nagic. Christine
rederle, Maude Iteming, liva Sparger,
Fern Galloway, Marie Mullen, Neli
Banner. Fay Mullen: Mesdames H. H.
Kalskee and L. C Banner.
Mi Margarel Parks entertained at
theater party Tuesday afternoon at
the Brandeis to see Maud Adams in
honor of Mrs. J. C. Blakcncy of Kan
sas City, formerly Miss Ann Rowley
of this city.
The Keno Klub entertained at a
dancing party at Hanscom park on
Thursday evening. About twenty-five
Mrs. t. Koache will entertain the
Thursday Whist club at her apart
ments in the Wellington Inn, North
Side. Thursday afternoon.
Miss Kachael Jordon entertained a
number of friends at her home in
Bellevue Thursday evening. Those
pdesent were; Misses Hazel Green,
Beatrice Frar, Evelyn Clark, Mildred
Uliss, Dorothy Van Sam, Blanche
Crowe, Ruth Laverty, Ethel Beving
ton, Beatrice Jones, Gladys Manson,
Fffie Cox and Rachael Jordon;
Messrs. Harold Henderson. David
Broadwell, Felix Miller. Harold Brad
ley, Francis Hines. Wallace Banner,
Francis Murphy, Mark Wilson and
A pretty church wedding was that
of Miss Loretta Mulcaliy, daughter
of Mrs. William Hughes, to James
McUowan, which took place Wednes
day morning at 7 o clock at St.
Bridget's church. The bride wore an
Alice Blue taffeta suit, with a white
picture hat and a corsage bouquet of
white sweet peas. The bridesmaid,
Miss Theresa Mulcahy, sister of the
bride, wore a grey taffeta suit, with
gray georgetta hat and a corsage
bouquet of pink sweet peas. Dr.
Kelly, cousin of thf groom, acted as
best man. After the ceremony a wed
ding breaktast was served at the
home of the bride's mother. The
young people left for a southern Cal-
iiornia weauing trip, aiier wnicn cney
will be at home at 4816 North Eigh
The wedding of Miss Grace North-
rup to Mr. Wilbur Jones took place
Saturday atternoon at i. o clock at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. D. Northrup, 6125 Flor
ence boulevard. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Morris of the Bap
tist church. J he bridesmaid was
Miss Louise Hupp of Chicago. The
wedding march was played by Mr.
James Northrup, cousin of the bride.
Master Howard Brady carried the
wedding ring in a white rose. The
house was beautifully decorated in
pink roses and ferns. Only immedi
ate friends and relatives were present.
Mr. Jones graduated from south
Omaha High school and was the first
editor of the Tootcr. Miss Northrup
and Miss Hupp both attended the
South Omaha school.
The wedding of Miss Monetha Lte,
daughter of Mrs. Charlotta Lee, to
Mr. William Carlson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. Carlson, took olace Wednes
day evening at the new home of the
couple, 4230 South Seventeenth street,
at 8 o'clock. Rev. J. W. Morris, pas
tor of the Grace Methodist church,
officiated. About sixty guests at
tended. Miss Caroline Carlson and
Miss Edith Curtis acted as brides
maids and were dressed in pink. Ar
thur Carlson, brother of the groom,
and Richard Nelson, cousin of the
bride, acted as best men. The bride
was dressed in a gown of white taf
feta covered with lace. Her veil was
held up by lilies of the valley and she
carried a shower of bride's roses.
Miss Anna Nystrom sang "I Love
You Truly" before the ceremony,
while Miss Olive Lehmer played the
wedding march. A double ring cere
mony was used, little Miss Issdel
l.ehmer carrying tne rings, uiga
Mrs. M. Pease and two children of
Yankton, S. D., are visiting her
father, Mr. M. Stultz of Eckerman.
Mrs. I. Bostock and daughter, Bea
trice of Glenwood, la., are the week
end guests of her aunt, Miss Frank
Cockayne in West Side.
Mrs. Kobert Uroeschcll ot uraper.
S. D.. arrived this week to spend the
summer with her son, Albert and
wife, on South Fifty-second street.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Netlson are at
tending the Epworth league conven
tion at Valley this week as delegates
of the local league here.
Miss Marguerite Kodgers and two .
brothers, Masters Willard and
Clement, leave Tuesday evening for
Akron, Colo., to spend the summer
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stultz have as
their guests their sister, Mrs. Ed
Stultz of Lincoln, and her son, Hal
Stultz of Laramie, Wyo.
Mrs. Arthur King gave a picnic in
Riverview park Thursday in honor of
lier guests, Misses F.dith Fleshman
and Clara Shearer of Manley, Neb.
J. E. Garman and family have as
their guests their cousin, rloyd Monz
iugo of Harlan, la., and M. Druse of
Roy Brady of Grand Island arrived
the first of the week as the guest of
his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Brady, and other relatives.
Mesdames E. G. Grover and John
Fulmer entertained the all-day meet
ing of the Ladies' Aid society Thurs
day at the home of the former in
Mrs. Frank Dunn will entertain the
West Side Women's Christian Tem-
erance union at her home on West
Miss Martha Marshall was sur
prised on Wednesday evening, it
being her twentieth birthday anni
versary, i hose present were: Mes
dames and Messrs. M. Sisic, H. Hod
geon, J. Marshall, Gcorc Marshall, G.
H. Kellogg, M. Freeman, Misses
Ethel Marshall, Mildred Hodgeon,
Tillie Streetniser. Messrs. Harold
and Richard Hodgeon, Charles John
son and John Kichardson.
A very pretty home wedding oc
curred Wednesday evening, June 21,
when Mr. Frank Thomas, son of Mrs.
Alice 1 nomas of North Omaha and
Miss Zella Hensman, eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hensman, For
ty-sixth and Center streets, were unit
ed in weHlnrk hv Rv. T C Whtr
at the new home of the bridal couple; L
Forty-third and Castelar streets. I he
bride was gowned in white taffeta silk ,
and carried white bride roses and the
bride's- maid,- Miss Fanny Hensman,
cousin of the bride, was gowned in
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and Mrs. Thomas left Thursday aft
ernoon at 4 o clock for a honeymoon
trip to Denver for two weeks and will
be at home after July 4.
BASKET PICNIC PARTIES
ARE POPULAR AT KRUG PARK
That basket picnics are still a podu-
lar thing is shown by the great many
who journey daily to Krug park, where
whole families can be seen enjoying1
their lunch out in the open under
the shade trees. The management
has provided tables and chairs to ac
commodate ouu and on many occa
sions the spacious picnic grove has
been packed to capacity this season.
The flower beds, said to be the pret
tiest yet planted, are the scents of
admiring feminine patrons, whe can
be heard giving vent to pleasing com
ments regarding the selection and
the originality of the arrangementi
of the plants.
The open air theater, where motion
picture stories are shown free, is the
meeting place of lovers of screen
stories and this spot is thronged to
capacity almost nightly.
Dancing at the open air pavilion,
with Preisman's orchestra; roller
skating at the open air oval; riding
the exhilarating coaster; carry-us-all;
frolic, ferris wheel and frolic are only
a few of the pastimes to be found at
Tissel, Hulda Tissel, Mrs. Jenson, El
len Carlson, Esther Tissel and
McWilliams stretched ribbons. The
house was decorated in yellow and
white daisies. I he marriage cere
monv took olace under an arch pret
tily decorated with these flowers. The
young couple are now at home to
their friends. Miss Lee was formerly
a school teacher at the Hawthorne
school and Mr. Carlson is auditor in
the Morris & Co. offices.
AUDUBON SOCIETY WILL
MEET ON MONDAY EVENING
The Audubon society will hold
special meeting at the public library
Monday evening at o o clock. Mrs.
W. F. Baxter, chairman of the com
mittee which had in charge the pre
sentation of the bird masque at
Child's Point, will give the financial
report of the undertaking. T. L. Kim
ball has presented the poster designed
by him to advertise the masque to the
Audubon society. It now hangs
the public library.
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