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Council Bluffs
Social Notes
HOUSE PARTY From left to right: Helen Mter of Kan
sas City, Ruth Purcell of Hampton, la., and Florence Jenks.
In center: Louise Bailey of Omaha.
I In- rxrctitivr committer of t lie
NiffraRi- a-soi'iation hclrl a business
incrtiiiK Motulsv ninrniiiK at the
liome of Mrs. (. harles U. Ilannan.
Miss Kreda Kcntiady. 17.M Kiiihth
avenue, left Momlay tor a vacation
tnp to Lake Okoboji.
Mrs. I. J. Peal and ilaiiRbter, Mrs
i. F. (.reRorson of Oakland. Cal .
virnr to Missouri 'alley to pend tlie
iictk-end with relatives and friends
Tlu-y returned to louniil !lult
' Mnnbers of Miss Jennie Giuttar's
rjass of the Kirst Baptist rhun-li
Sunday school held a picnic at l ake
Manawa Salurday evening Tlloe
present were Ada Martin. Vesper
Alartin. Marie Sherfe . Harriet John
hon. I'.nen nvnen. iuin t ooiev. liene
Ticll, deneva Davis. Kteanor ndei
-'fon. Florenre KrppiTI. lil.inelie
rrme. Mvrtle Winn. Mytrle tiitten
find aoini Sims
: Mrs. II. V. Van Urunt and little
"daughter, Virginia, of I lem on. 'i .
re spending a few weeks as the
Quests of Mrs. Van Brunt's moihei.
Mrs G. (i. Raird.
Mrs. John Ingrain and small daugh
ter, Geraldine, and Miss N'rta lleisier
have returned from Malvern aiier a
"week's visit with iriends there.
Mrs. Sydney Smith and son. Syd
flify, and daughter, Margaret, re
rturned Wednesday evening from
l ake Okohoji, where; they have been
spending several weeks with Mr and
Mrs. Leincu at their cottage on Sim
et beach. The trip home was made
with Mr. Lenien in bis ear. Mr.
'J.rmen will return to the lake later
J i the month
Mrs G. W. Gibson entei tamed
liariningly Wednesday evi-ning.
isiting and music furnished the
tuniusements. Dainty refreshments
vcre served. Ten guests were
Mi. and Mrs. Frank Zurniurhlen,
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Kinsell and Mr.
ud Mrs. Frank Tullar hae re
turned from Fort Dodge, where they
-sitended a house party ai the home
ot D. Teunant. The trip was made
'- automobile, anil they report the
.loads good anil the fishing better..
A most pleasant surprise party was
given .Monday afternoon by a group
ft girl friends of Miss Gladys Dodge,
n ho remembered her birthday and
brought her a number of presents.
The afternoon was spent with keu
.liigton work and the evening with
Sancing and swimming. A two
course luncheon was served. Those
present were Miss Mildred Sears,
Stiss Ress Thompson, Miss Hess Kod
dis, Miss Dorothy Long, Miss Gladys
lackland, M:ss Frances Grow. Miss
Nina Snyder and Miss Gladys Dodge.
Sixteen women entered in the
eighteen-holc medal handicap match
'hich was played Wednesday, in
stead of the progressive tournament
tvhich had been scheduled. The win-
tter was A. H. Newton, with a best
:gcore of 10.V The putting match was
von by Miss Sara Iiesley, with a
;3Core of 21. It has been decided to
'postpone the club championship
'itiatches for a couple of weeks. Next
Wednesday a nine-hole match will
-tie played for a prize donated by the
Tricke Drug company.
Miss Mary Paschal returned home
Thursday from a week's visit with
"Mrs. Philhrook and other friends at
it)enison, la.
Miss Mary Woodruff, 319 Park
Svenue. has returned from Marion
snd Cedar Rapids, Ia.r where sbe has
Deen visiting tor several weeks.
-' The Misses Katherine and Adele
'Keeline returned Friday from Logan,
where thev spent the past week as
guests alt a' house party given by Miss
.Irene Bolter. Last Saturday Miss
'Bolter gave a lawn dance for her
rouse guests, four of the boys from
Council Blutts, Will mtt, IJonald
Annis, Henry Quint) and Frank Sey-
jft. motoring to Logan tor the party.
Luncheons, picnics and all sorts of
good times made the week a most
delightful one for the visitors.
; Mrs. F.dvvard Williams entertained
"fhe members of the El Deen club at
lier home on South Twenty-fourth
Street Wednesday afternoon. After a
Vocial afternoon spent with kensing-
ton work the club held a briet bust
tiess meeting, electing the following
officers: President, Mrs. n. i.
Kvans; vice president, Mrs. Ed Wil
liams; secretary, Mrs. Charles Gow
ens; treasurer, Mrs. L. A. Miller. Mrs.
tohii Martin was a guest of the club.
A dainty two-course luncheon was
served hv the hostess after the bust
liess meeting. The next meeting of
the dub will be at the home of Mr;
T.aker. 1905 Avenue B
Members of Circle No. 1 of the
First Congregational church held an
all-rlav picnic Thursday with Mrs.
Don Stoufer at the Kimball cottage
at Lake Manawa. About thirty-five
guests were present, and a picnic
luncheon was served snoruy aner
noon on the screened porch. The
afternoon was spent with kensington
work and visiting and the picnickers
returned to town late in the afternoon.
Mrs. John Melhop, left Wednes
day for Lstes Park. Lolo., wliere sue
will spend the rest of the summer.
.-f nm.rtt r. H.j. weather the
luncheon and meeting of Central
chapter of St. Paul's guild, planned
ior Tuesday at the Boat club, was
postponed until next month.
Mrs. J. F. Spare has returned from
g. month's trip in the west, during
which time she visited Denver, Colo
Jfado Springs, Salt Lake City, and
illackfoot, Idaho.
V Mrs. Arthur Merrick and daughter.
'Marjotlie, of Chicago are guests at
lie hcine of Mrs. T. E. Cavin on
j'ark avenue.
. Miss Beulah Noak left Wednesday
jmorning for Jacksonville, Fla., to
'juake her home with her sister, Mrs.
a. D. MacDonncl. formerly Miss
lAngie Noack of this city. Miss
Koack had been making her home
Vith Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Orvis for
several years.
Mrs. L. Kastner entertained the
Jnembers of the Neighborly club at
n all-day meeting, and the time was
tpent socially and with kensington
Ijvork. The club prize was won by
Jiliss Edna Cook. The next meet
ing will be held at the home of Mrs.
John Keif.
A group of college girls, former
Students of Denison university at
r.ranville, O., are enjoying a reunion
this week at the home of Miss Hazel
Jong on hast fierce street. t lie
..$..?. .nn.l of tlimm
f. i m .....i,..ii. ....... i-. w;..,
era Smithers of liiiilmgtoii. la.,
I .Vl-iss Hes Gregg ot I oledo, u.,
'U lie riltf rtaili'd Thursday tit
, ji , u by their Mirority sislers,
... l.tiiel Morris and Miss Wulh
Mills of Omaha Karlier in the day
they hope to visit the successful va
cation 1 iiblc school at the Calvary
Raptist church, under the direction
ol Mr. Charles Carman, who also
claims Denison as his alma mater.
Master Mired Ruxlon, ji., cele
brated his eleventh birthday Tuesday
afternoon at at St. Paul's rectory, the
celebration being held a day in ad
vance of his birthday. A birthday
cake, candy ami ice cream weie
served. Alfred received many pres
ents from his little friends. Those
present were Nancv Stillman, Keed
Social Affairs
of the South Side
Mrs. W. P. Connell of Seattle ar
rived last Sunday to he the guest for
some lime at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Frank P.ird.
Dewey Barrett is reported very
much improved after his recent in
jury, but will he confined in the hos-
Pcregov. lack Peregov. Fleanor ! '"lal ,or onu- lmle c-
J'eregoy, Jane Shugart, Marion Shu-! Mr. George French, worthy nia-
gart, Betty Hickey, Sybil Tubbs and I Ir"" Ada" chapter, Order ot Fast
Albert Crocker. ' j el " Star, is visiting in St. Louis, Mo.
The O. and C. B. Thimble club held ! IW- Richard Held of Pittsburgh,
its meeting Wednesday at Mrs. , 1 ''' brother of Mrs. William Jetter,
Fggcrs. A shower was also given as "''' been a guest at the Jetter home,
a surprise cm the hostess, (overs: Miss Frances Castcel has returned
were laid for Mesdames Victor ; 'rm a visit of several weeks out in
Kroupa, M. K. Xelsen of Omaha, W.the state.
Nelscn, South Side; George W. Ar-j Miss I-ois Putlitz. daughter of Dr.
mour, J. Bolin, A. Coulter, , and Mrs. Helmuth Putlitz, is recover
Fggers, M. Hirsch, Hoof and W. ' '"K very nicely after her recent mil
Licbert of Council Bluffs. The next '
meeting will be with Mrs. T. P. Nel-i Miss Marie Berry. Kestora N'elty
son of Omaha. ! Clarence Adams of the First Pres-
1 byterian church will leave Tuesday to
; attend the Presbyterian young peo
1 pie's conference at Hastings, Neb.
On account of the excessive heat,
the South Side Women's Christian
Temperance union have postponed
their meeting for two weeks,
j The Sunday school of the First
Christian church enjoyed a picnic at
Social Items
Mrs. J. C. Reninger. who has been
ill the past week, is greatly improved,
as is also her son, Norman, who had
his hip badly injured last Saturday.
Mrs. Mabel Mann of Bryan Tex.,
Miller park Friday
Today's big event is the Centurian
picnic at Valley.
Miss Mercedes Breeu and Lillie
arrived Friday to be the truest of her fuFruc. nave returned Iron. Clear
oarcnts. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Tucker, tr?"' . a- Miss Angle Breen and
h K,i, ( .1,,. , t lair
the balance of the summer
Mrs. Glen Morgan will leave Mon
day for Tekamah to spend a couple
of weeks visiting friends and rela
tives. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rob
ing, Tuesday, a box.
Miss Ada Drexcl, who has been
visiting friends in I;remonl, returned
to F'lorence J'uesday,
Irviti Lewis, who has been visit
ing friends in Oregon, returned home
Mr. William Parker of Dimriale.
Ca!., is the guest of his niece, Mrs.
George Reed.
Mrs. Anna Anderson entertained a
number of her friends on Thursda
t i . .
, Ian .Hcuovern nave returned trom 1.
i eiiuvvsioiie parK.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kiss, who
moved to California about three years
ago, have returned to the South Side
to make their permanent home.
Miss Dorothy Adkins has returned
from the Minnesota lakes, where she
spent a very enjoyable vacation.
Joseph Powers is seeing the sights
in Seattle and other coast cities.
Martin Conboy has returned from
Sterling, III.
William Carroll of Chicago will
spend a few days in the South Side
enroutc home from his vacation spent
in Denver.
Miss Margery Mortensen enter-
afternoon in honor of her sixty-fourth i lamed at her home for the Good Sa
anniversary. maritan Kensington on Friday after-
Mrs. Ellen Brough entertained at ! Fam".v work occupied the time
luncheon Friday afternoon in honor j al"' vcry dainty refreshments were
of Mrs. Fisette and Mrs. hnima Hev-! served. Those present were Misses
wood of Omaha. Mrs. Heywood Bertha Homan, Mildred Royer, Ber
and Mrs. Brough were schoolmates j '' Winter, Edna White. Eva Kanger,
and had not seen each other for l(-i"'r"' Mortensen and Margery Mor
almost fortv years. ; tensen, Mesdames L. E. Knight, Mor-
Mr. and 'Mrs. S. P. Johnson and , lyllsc" and Homan and Master Robert
children, who have been living tor 1 Knight.
two years at Holyokc, Colo., are ex-; Hie Misses Mary and Mahle Wy
pected to return to Florence the first j ""s of Oklahoma City, Ruth Ncuman
of the week, accompanied by Mrs. ! a"d l'car' McKinsey of Stanton, Neb.,
Sam Jensen and children, who have I been the house guests of Miss
been visiting them the past two ' ictoria Barr at her home, 41 1,1 South
weeks. ' I w enty-sixth street, for the last week.
Mis. W. R. Wall and children, who I " Thursday they enjoyed a picnic
have been visiting on the Pacific ' al KrllK P3'1 a,u) Friday a theater
coast, have returned home. : I'ariy at the Empress. The Misses
Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Anderson : Neuman and MeKmsey have returned
leave the first of the week for a visit "'. 'n''V """" ut ,ne W ynes
s v5
surpiifl Mi .iiul Mt !cliniiii ,i(
(lie Ilium o Mi M,t..ioni's iiii'llitl.
nil Tliurstlav rt'iiin. I he i hil iin'm-!n-r
tanu iiihi hitiK luu the Mini
niRinv:: "W'c We (.mih i he M.m
ricrl Trniorrovv " ."-fx-i'ml 'pfci lies
were niaiir am! a prnria! Knt unit'
c n i o y f I .
Ntis A lire Kern i'i AuImmii. S(l,
is a KiieM at the Manpan hninr, M 1 5
R street.
Miss Ann Mrtiune rrp-tilnl to
be slowly improving al 1 lie ie
Memorial hospital.
Clifford Knifjhl. son of Mr. an!
Mrs. I F. Knight, left Tue.sda Inr
Gordon and Super u r. is.. here
he wilt spend the remainder ot the
Mrs. Jacob Meinzer. who has spent
the last year in California, has re
turned and is at the home ot Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Sandan, where she is
quite .
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Noe and
children, accompanied by Margaret
McW'illianis, have motored out to
Vutan to spend a few days with
Mrs. Noe's parents.
jo Mr. Anderson's farm in Chieo.
Cal. While out there they will visit
San Francisco and Los Angles.
Their daughter, Mable, is attending
school at llerkeley and ihcy will
spend some nine with her.
The Fables will give a dance at
their halt on Saturday evening, it be
ing the anniversary of the fire that
destroyed the building a year ago.
John Sidner of Fremont, cb., is
the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. V. A.
Yoder this week.
Mrs. V. A. Yoder entertained the
W. C. T. t". at her home Tuesday
evening. After the meeting refresh
ments were served. Those present
were Miss Avilda Sorenson, Miss
Florence Faris, Miss Helen Peterson.
Mrs. F. C. Uenton, and Mrs. Y. A.
Funeral of John G. Pegg
Is to Be Held Today
The funeral of John Grant I'cgg, j
inspector of weights Liid measures,
who died Thursday afternoon, two
weeks after he was overcome with
the heat, will he held trom St. John':,
Alrtcati Methodist FpiMopal church.
Fight tenth and Webster streets,
tin afternoon a I J:M) w M li inter
nirnt ;il Forest Fav. n cenieiery. I'c.
J . Oahorn oiliciaiui
with their mother are now cucsi.i of
other friends.
.Mrs. M. Kalamaja entertained the
New Century club at her home Thurs
day atteruoon. There were five ta
bles of players. Frizes were won by
Mesdames Moyd and Fitzgerald.
M rs. Henry Flaf elder entertained
at her home on South Thirteenth
street the kensington of the Degree
of Honor No. IV.) oirThursday. Dain
ty refreshments were served.
Mrs, Charles Winter was given a
birthday surprise by the Fadies' Sew
ing circle at her home. 4J08 South
Nineteenth street. About sixteen
were present and enjoyed a dainty
lunch served by Mrs. Winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank ( orrigan en
tertained at a miscellaneous shower in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Mc
Govern, who were recently married.
Just the very old friends of the family
were present and many very beauti
i n I p; is were received by the
iiewhui iN. The Centurian club also
West Ambler
Social Activities
Miss Marie Anderson has gone to
Newell, la., for a visit with rela
tives. Mrs. A. J. Grover of Council Rlutfs.
was the guest of her son, F. G.
Grover, last week.
Charles Howland arrived Saturday
from Gretna to visit his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. F Howland.
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Willard r-f
Hamburg, la., were guests nf Mr. and
Mrs. 1. 'J. Fulmer last week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Du Rae of
Florence, were week end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnson.
Mrs. Orvillc Myers went to Col
lins. Ia., Monday, to visit her mother.
Mrs. Clyde Stultr and children
went to Council Bluffs Friday to
visit her aunt. Mrs. M. Rrowden.
Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Sturgeon and
two sons, and Mrs. Amy Schaff, ar
rived Monday in their automobile
from Alliance, Neb., on their way to
Minneapolis. They were guests a
few days of his aunt Mrs. J. Long.
The Misses Ruth Elmborg, Emma
Weisinging and Laura Treiber went
to Meadow, Neb., Wednesday, on a
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gantz welcomed
a daughter to their home Thursday,
August 3.
Mrs. I. H. Crane left Thursday for
Chariton, la., to visit his sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Syden wel
comed a young son to their family
cirrle on Monday.
George GrorT, wife and four sons
of Bellevue, were guests the first of
the week of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Mi&s Bertha Hensman gave a porch
party Thursday afternoon to the
Misses Eldora and Kdith Gantz, and
Inez Treiber.
The alumni of the class of 1912 of
Beals' school gave a picnic at Jm
wood park Saturday evening for their
classmate, Miss Enid Nichols of
Oklahoma. All members were pres
ent. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown and
two children of Lincoln, are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur King.
Miss Maud Childs left Saturday for
Denver and other Colorado points to
spend the rest of the month.
Ernest Howland and bride arrived
Saturday from Broken Bow to visit
his brother, F-lmer Howland and fam
ily. They probably will make their
future home in West Side.
Fdwin Lambert, wife and daugh
ters, the Misses Edith. Ruby, and
Ruth, motored to Boone, la., last
week to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Justus of
Yuma, Ariz., were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Anderson last week.
Miss Sadie Dunlap of Lincoln, is
spending the week end with Mrs.
David Johnson.
Miss Mcta Anderson left Saturdav
for a two weeks' vacation at Spirit
Lake, la.
Mrs. J. W. Morgan will entertain
the West Side Christian Temperance
union on Thursday afternoon, August
It), at her home at I'iftieth and
Leavenworth streets.
The Mies F'lorence and Mildred
Toomey of Bloomington, Til., ar
rived Tuesday as giiesi of Mi--s Jn$ie
Brady on W'est I'oppleton street.
Mrs. Martin Johnson gave a ken
sington Wednesday afternoon in
honor of Miss Enid Nichols. Daiutv
refreshments were served hv the
Society Notes
Katherine, have joined the Omaha
colony at Lake Okohoji.
The Dundee Woman's Bowling club
met as usual Wednesday for luncheon
and the game.
Hiss Mildred Louise Collins
hoMes .mil dauglitei. Mis P (en
sen I hoc ptrMtit weie Me-.d,uin -
I Fung. ! I NciNon, I L( rear?.
II I. t Liggett, I i
el til : M isses Audi en and Agile--eiUi-n.
el it Koc- n,. Don t h
nth, 'Mitlh.i I oriK, ami I nid Nh h
Mr Fe Rnv I'i iizrlle rntertamed
at dinner Th nr. --day in honor of hei
Hiie-.. Mrs C 1.. 1:. ans of St, Jo
seph. Mo, Tlmse present were. Mrs
danie- "had Smith, M . lurman.
Frank Dunn, J. B. Fvans. 1. Dunn.
I. F. Fwms, and L. F'raeHe.
Mrs i J r 1 1 Grrken gave a dinuer
(iii Wednesday in honor of her hus
band's birthday to Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. Kail of Benson; Mrs. ( ass Deane.
and Mrs. . Potts and daughter.
Social Circles
V F Stii77.neger of New York was
a guest last week at the J. H. Yick
Mrs. James Peterson has returned
from a three weeks' trip to Shelby,
Misses F'.tliel Morgan and Lillian
Siiger are spending some time at the
Stigtr bungalow at Carter lake.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Musk left Sat
urdav to spend a week visiting rela
tives at Des Moines, la,
Mrs. J. Appleby and daughter, Mrs.
Henry Gaines, left Thursday for a
trip to t olotano.
Misses Madeline Hnrton and Ann
Ploit leave Monday for a ten days'
(rip to Kansas City.
Mrs. L. Larsen and Mrs. H. C.
Gugler ot Lincoln and Mrs. M. L.
Paulson are guests at the L. Jorgen-
son home.
Mr. and Mrs. Briscoe of Cheyenne,
Wyo., who are motoring to New
York, are guests of ihcir sister, Mrs,
Pauline Parkins.
The Fnglish Luther league will
meet for election of officers and a so
cial at the church Wednesday even
ing Misses F'dna Snell and Mertha
Peterson and Messrs. B. . Peterson
and Andrew Morton will entertain.
Mrs. F. J. McArdle entertained at
luncheon W'ednesday. The guests
were Mrs. Laurence Fay of Kansas
Citv, Mesdames F. J. Smicht, C. T.
Cullen. J. P. O'Hanlan. F. McSwee
ney. L, McSweeney, A. S. Ruth, C.
W. Baldwin, Harry Post and J. Stave,
Rev, and Mrs. J. Calvert and family
are attending the F'pworth assembly
at Lincoln,
The children at St. James orphan
age were given an automobile outing
by Mr. Joe Hummel last week.
Mrs. H. Johnson entertained at a
birthday dinner in honor of her sister,
Mrs. W. C. Kramer of Canada.
Mr. and Mrs; F. L. Boner enter
tained last week for Messrs. H. C.
Polly of Hurley, Idaho, and A. J
Marh of Shenandoah, la.
Mrs. J. L. Rewey entertained at
dinner last week for Miss I ra Dulion
of Biloxi, Mich., and Mrs. A. S. Bill
ings of Omaha
Mrs. J. N , Morton entertained at
dinner Wednesday evening. Covers
were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Pence, Mrs. J. Appleby of Benson.
Mrs. A. . Leach of Snllwelf, Kan.,
and Mrs. William Gaines of F!k City
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Uose of Avoca,
eb., who have been isiting at the
F. V Bowerman home, left last week
for I'pland, Cal.. to spend a year,
Mrs. Kay Pobinson was lio!ess for
the Baptist Phileatlua ciavs la-1 Mon
day evening
Mrs. A. Danicisoti will be hostess
for the Augustana Lutheran Ladie-.'
Aid society next Thursday, and the
women will give an ice cream social
Friday evening on the A. Seivcrs
law n.
Announcements have been received
ot the marriage of Miss Litia Wash
burn of I'lcnsn:) and Charles K, Ken
nedy at Laramie. Wyo., on Wednes
day ot !at week, at the home of the
bride's ;imii1. Mi John Smart. They
w ill i cMd'' in 1 .a: air ic.
Mis. J II ( on i ad and dinihtei , :
Kathryn and Dr. eenta, have gone j
to spend the rest of the summer at i
i tear Waler Lake, Minn. !
"I he Ladie-,' id sot ietv of the '
Dundee Piesby lei ian i hurch met Fri
day ai ihe home ol Mis IF C iSaird.
I h and M i . II. I'. 1 .eniere enter- i
tiiiiinl Di and Mis V Walker at 1
d.iiiiei at Happ llidli.w lasi :nda
. enmis
, Mis Alono Itiadlcv left I ucm1.iv
i.-i DetiMil I'lom their .-lie will go
to iMt old tru iids and lelative m
i n I'Mtgland tui two niiiiillis
Messrn IF Mouow bad six
r sei at ion- and Uiowu, two,
at Happ Hobn last Sainiday rr-
Mi and Mrs ( t . ( m m K-e bae
bt'cii ,ii N.niliH'ket. and aie now inak
mi a ci in e m a -a ding .u lit w i li
li and Mis I. F I i..tont
Mi and Mis : A lirnM.n. tlie
M res Alexander and Mr. I 'rank 1
b hi, left last week lot Lake
Di . Luima De t ies of ( lin ag is
the guest u Mi s. Sa1Hir ( Mini t .
Mi-s Lillian Tiber a id Mr,
1 teoi e Paltci son ai e imimik hi
pnngiield. Mass. and will p. mm
ili.'ie to Poitland. M.
L ..nd Mi- V, llMagl.ind and
chlbllen left the hiM of ilie week loi
a isti to ,i iamb neai Loveland.
O.l,. i
Mi l.i'iii.r lir.iitl i'f 1 .i m I it.
nlir ha- lifcii till- fin-si n( lllc Mis. -I'
l"ri'mr ,iihI li-.innM' !)ti. ipiiiim ,!
I" I M" 1 IliHMf rilmv'l.n
h-s K'ulli I lut - i ,,i I Miiisvillr. Kv .
Im lirrn 1 1 : - Kn'-. t .,i Mis- I.Imim"
( M .'i li 1 lu i rk
Ml- KmIiiti MmIIi.i,., ,,,,, I rhilrlri'll .
Ii.ivr ntiinifil hum tluii -Mjoiirn en
t t HIU li IIP al Sim itl.r.i. in.
iiiH'-is .f Mar lli;,ili, ih I amil-
imii .it ilir Happy II,.1!mu matinee ;
I ur-ilay werr Mi-rs Mildrfl ( llnrv ;
f M itllicapnlis, Marv I r-hr. I.ufllp'
I lv. Maudf Milk i, I. ulu Miller ami
Mil.hfd White.
Mi. and Mr.-, (ipnt-je Fedick cnler
tamed at dinner at the Country club !
I ursday lor Mi.-.- Nan Madden ol
N" in Icy, N. J.
In honor of the hirthday of lier
KianddaiiRhter, Miss Mildred Olncy,
mi Minneapolis, Mrs. Charles UragR
Kavo an ininnnai uinclieon al lier
Iniine Saturday. The other young
women were Mary Klirabeth Hamil
ton, Marian Junes, Mary Leslie and
Kvelyn Bancroft.
Dr. Henry H. l.emere attended a
medical meeting in Norfolk Tuesday
and Wednesday.
Mr. I'aul C. Johnston, son of Mr.
and Mrs. I). L. Johnston, was married
Tuesday to Miss Clare Johnson of!
Nebraska City. The ceremony was!
performed at the home of the bride's
parents by Dr. Stephen I'helps of
Bellevue college, where the young
people met while students at the col
lege, several years ago.
Ih'. and Mrs. Charles O'Neil Rich
entertained at a chicken supper and
-uinimiiiK party at Valley, for Mr.
Walter Sroil I'enfield of Washington,
Their other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. Berryuian, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
W. Bacon, Misses l.uclie Bacon,
Queenie Spencer of Chicago and Mr.
Stockton lleth.
I'aliue Johnson had a few little
girls at here home for luncheon Sat
urday. Those present were Sarah
Martin, Josephine tllick, Mildred
White, Dorothy Jones, Beth Cole, j
Eleanor and Adnee Hamilton audi
Pauline Johnson.
Mrs. W. L. Selby and daughter, I
Is Going on
In Society Circles
H'ontliHirri from I'm Two.)
have foi Lake Okohoji, where they
. ill spend ihiee weeks al Pike Point
Mis I. ulu P Mathews nf the south
side, and sistei. Mrs M, N. Drake ol
I ouiM'ilte. lett 'I hursday tnr Min
neapolis, point in Montana and Gla
i n i National park Leonard Mathews,
who has been with his uncle in Mon
tana, will return with them the last
ol August
M is lleriba ( offcy. Miss Mary
I I anion and M iss M argaret O'Toole
b ii l-i id.n to )oni Mis-. Millie Ryan
in the dirondack mountains. From
1 1 if t e i he y will go in New York,
where h I oft'ey rspects to remain
a eai. Miss llanlon mx months and
Miss ( )' I oole only one mouth.
Mi H Ward has returned
iti''t a month's trip in the northwest
oid alnni; tlie coast. He was accom
pained by Mrs Ward and son, Mar-
in. but thev remained at a cottage
which they have taken al Long Beach,
i al They an- en i husiast ic specta
lois at the tennis tournament at the
I loiel Virginia
Father Sent to Jail
For Ninety Days for
Failure to Support
1 he father behind the bars for
ninety days, mother in the county
hospital m a delicate condition and
two little tots, 3 years and 20 months
old, respectively, in the Riverview
home afflicted with a malignant dis
ease. This is the story of the condi
tion of the family of Roy McGuigan.
LharRed with failing to support his
little tamily, McGuigan was Saturday
sentenced to ninety days in the
county jail.
Ihe case of Mri. McGuigan was
nrSct brought to the attention of the
county commissioners, and the was
placed in the county hospital for
medical attention, where her 3-year-old
daughter, Edna, and the little
5411, aged .!() months, had preceded
her through the good graces of the
county board.
Burlington Wants Damage
Case in Federal Court
Attorneys for the Bui .ngton filed
an answer to the suit filed against
the railway asking $10,000 personal
damages, by Antonio Rihel, who as
sorts that while aiding her husband
in a tussle with detective, of the com
pany sho was permanently injured.
HurlniBton attorneys ask the case
moved to the district court of the
Cnited States and deny all allegations
of the mother of five children. The
emhroglio occurred August 28 at Sec
ond and Woolworth.
Woman Assaulted and
Robbed and Piled in Car
Mrs. Beulah Specie. 2202 Clark
street, was held up Friday evening
at Twentieth and Izard streets. She
was badly beaten up, robbed of $10
and then taken to a nearby box car
where she vas further assaulted. She
w'as found in the car by Officer
Charles Walker.
"I made this
pretty yoke
for my self V
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