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THE OMAHA SUNDAY REE: AUGUST 20, 191(5.
WILL STUDY ART IN NEW
YORK THIS WINTER.
s I'lulaj in Ucs Moines
;ti! Iowa liiaiuh ot ihe Con gross ion ill
union tunned to work in connec
tion wm!: the union and t!u women's
l'rft elsewhere, to secure the pas
.k.iiie i'i the Su-an li. Antluuu amend
ii'cm in ilif tt'dt-ral constitui ion. The
i " i;.m i;u ion of the separate districts,
l' vcxt :ep, i arousing a great deal
oi Tst and many Council Mulls
w -t: n-ii have already signified their
'Men::.-!! ot taking an active part in
Vr and Mrs. H. J. Clark enter
t.ii:.ed a number of their friends at
t lit n country home, the KvergrotMis,
la 'i Sundiiy. A delight l til picnic
T u r i c h was served at noon mi a table
S'U-ad out under the old oak trees
.i1 in the evening light refreshments
v, i re served.
Mrs. Stewart Wildman left Tues
tU evening tor Chicago and llooj es
t.n. 111., where she will visit her
niece. Mi. 1 onald Mcl-'erren, and
M r. 1 i. n;i!d M c Ferrcn.
Mrs. Carol ine K. Theinliardt enter
tamed ,ii dinner at the Fontcnelle
;uit.l;iy evening in honor ol Miss
KaTherine McChire of I lolly wood.
a!., who is visiting friends here.
' overs were laid for Miss McClure,
' Miss Mary Mitchell. Mrs. Theinliardt,
M' John Allen and Mr. Louis Koss.
Mr. S V.. Polies and son, Stewart,
of ew- York, are visiting Mrs. Holies'
parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hutts,
SJD KiKt avenue.
( nc of the prettiest home weddings
of the season occurred at .1 o'clock
Monday afternoon, when Mr. Wayne
1 1. Copeland and M iss M ahel Xor
gaard were married at the home of
the bride's sister, Mrs. Oyster, on
Carden street, Rev. Dr. C.eorge A.
Kay officiating. The bride is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John N'orgaard.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. K. Copeland. Mr. Xorgaard
is a Northwestern engineer and Mr.
Copeland is secretary to Judge Smith.,
The wedding was an extremely,
quiet one, only the immediate rela
tives being present. 'I he young peo
ple arc spending a week's honeymoon
camping at Lake Manawa, alter
which they will make their home for
a time with Mr. and Mrs. Oyster.
Mrs. J. I Reach of Second avenue
has as her guests her sister, Mrs.
Arthur Cowles, and daughter. Miss
Helen, of l)es Moines. While here
they expect to visit another sister,
Mrs. J. H. Kieth, and other relatives
Miss Mary Gregg left Monday for
a visit at Milwaukee and l'ort Wash
ington, Wis. She expects to be gone
until about the first of September.
Mrs. Martin Sanderson entertained
at a very delightful luncheon on Mon
day. Three small tables were beauti
fully decorated in pink and white
and the guests were delighted with
the many novel features.
A very delightful reunion was neici
at the home of Mrs. C. F, Cox, 103
South First street, when she enter
tained three former high school
fiiends at luncheon. A little club of
seven girls fifteen years ago at Ful
ton, N'eb., made quite a reputation for
themselves because of their many
unique parties, but since then the
members have been so widely scat
tered that a reunion has been impos
sible. This week, however, four of
them, Mrs. Frank Cox of this city,
Mrs. William Tatroe of Cumberland,
Md., Mrs. Gunner N'asburg of Omaha,
and Miss Ada Morgan of Lincoln
were present and greetings were sent
to die absent members. Mrs. Wilber
Pausing of Morenci, Ariz., was also
Mrs. William Marquart and daugh
ter. Vera, left Tuesday for a few
weeks' visit with friends and relatives
at Tabnr and Sidney.
The Neighborly club met for an all
day session on Monday at the home
:if Mrs. John Kief. A three-course
dinner was served and music and ken
sington work furnished amusement.
Mrs. Joe Omack was awarded the
club prize. The next meeting will be
held at the home of Mrs. Will Al
corn on August 17.
An automobile party consisting of
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Rohrer, Mrs.
Caroline Theinliardt and daughter,
Caroline, Mr. ami Mrs. I. H. Rohrer
awl ilaiiRlilcr, spent Thursday at
Vallcv, Xfb., taking dinner at the
Kecd' hotrl and later enjoying a
pluiiRc in the pools which have made
Valley so popular a resort within the
last few vears.
Miss Lola Arnold, Miss Althea j
Levi and Miss Emma Peterson left
Thursday for Lake Geneva, where !
liicy Ko to attend the conference of j
the Young omen s nnsiian asso
ciation. A special car on the Mil
ivaiiV.T has been provided for the
Omaha and Council liluti's delcga-:
Miss Minnie Krukenhtug of the
high school faculty was guest of
honor at a picnic given Wednesday
evening at the Ed Hess (arm. Ine
party included Miss KrukenlmrK,
Miss Edith Hess, Miss Gladys Hess,
Miss Nell Ewall, Miss I.enorc I'.evcr
;,! Mi Gertrude Clark. Wcatoli
Clark, Wendell Heveridgc and Eldon j
Miss Ethel Collister, deputy clerk
of the I'nitcd States court, and .Miss
leiinie Jones ot the Lnion i acme
"freight offices left last week for a
vacation trip on the Great lakes.
Miss I'atiline Branson entertained
a few of her school friends informally
Tuesday evening in honor of her
cousin.' Dorothy Atimann of Port
ngeles Wash., who with her father
ami mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Au
inaim, is visiting here.
Mr. Torwakl Knudson and Miss
Carrie lensen were married Wednes
day afternoon at the parsonage ot j
the St. John's English Lutheran 1
church bv the Rev. Mr. Ringer. Mr. I
Knudson has a position in llie Wilson
chemical works. The young couple
will he at home at 405 Park avenue.
Oakland Avenue chapter of St.
Laul's guild had a picnic at Manawa
Wednesday afternoon and evening
iu.-iead of the regular meeting. Over
i unity were present, the husbands
of members being present for a picnic
lunch served at 0 o'clock.
HER ENGAGEMENT TO WED
- "Ski-. ' -W :! I I : W. -.iSeST1-. i I Ml
of the South Side
Mrs. T. G. Laur, who has been ill
with typhoid fever at the Nicholas
Senn hospital, is now at her home,
where she is slowly recovering.
i Mr. Ernest Gowland is in St. Jo
I seph, Mo., for a few days on business,
j Mrs. S. S. Ballew of Norton, Kan.,
is a guest at the home of her brother,
I Mr. Erank Bird.
j Miss Evalyn Clark, 2411 B street, is
I spending the week at Red Oak, la.
Mrs. C. Mortinsou and daughter
i Margery left Eriday for a visit with
' fi iends out in the state.
' Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Lambert left
Saturday for an extended motor trip
Mrs. Albert Noe and children have
returned from a visit at Yutan, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cummins and
children will leave Monday to spend
a week at King's lake, near Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. James Sheahan are
on a motor trip to Excelsior Springs,
Miss Edna Elster is at Cedar Falls,
la., for a few days, visiting school
Mrs. Virgil Smith is confined to her
home with two badly poisoned hands.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Muer of Minne
apolis have been guests at the Man
gan home, 2415 B street, en route
home from Denver and Colorado
Springs,, where they spent the sum
Miss Inez Mangan will return Mon
day from Lake Okoboji, where she
has been since early in June.
Russell Clark is home from Lincoln,
where he has been for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Barker and
family have motored to Hooper, Colo.,
where they will make their future
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Martin are
expected home about September 1
from Richards Landing, Out., where
they have a summer home.
The Keno club entertained at a
large dancing party at the Hanscom
Park pavilion on Friday evening.
About twenty-five couples were pres
ent. Mrs. William Berry entertained
Chapter M, P. E. O. society, at her
home on Thursday afternoon in honor
of Miss Florence Smith, whose en
gagement has recently been announced.
Mr. and Mrs. William Carlson en
tertained at a dinner party on Wednes
day evening, when the guest of honor
was Dr. Joel Anderson of Gothenberg.
Mrs. P. J. Farrel, assisted by Mrs.
Alice jewet, entertained the Kensing
ton club of Adah chapter, Order of
Eastern Star, at the home of Mrs.
Farrel on Thursday afternoon.
Many South Side families will at
tend the Scottish Rite picnic which
will be given at Carter Lake club
The Sunday school of the United
Presbyterian church gave a picnic at
Elmwood park Saturday afternoon
The Good Samaritans met at the
home of Mr9. L. E. Knight Thursday
and as usual spent the afternoon do
ing fancv work. Those present were
Misses Edna White. Nellie White,
Mildred Rover, Bertha Winter, Ada
line McCullough, Ruth Duff and Be
atrice Canfield, Mcsdames A. Royer
and L. E. Knight. The Misses Lori
mer, guests of Mrs. Roy Towl, were
guests of the club.
The New Century club was enter
tained Thursday at the home of Mrs.
W. M. Davis. Prizes were won by
Mrs. M. Kalamaji and Mrs. J. M.
The Jolly Dozen High Five club
was entertained at the home of Mrs.
W. B. Routt Monday afternoon.
Prizes were won by Mesdamcs Routt
Mrs. Francis Roesing, 3907 South
Twenty-ninth street, was given a
birthday surprise Thursday after
noon. Three tables were placed for
high five. Those present were Mes
dames Langc, DeLanney, Routt,
Bowker, Havalka, Pulliam, Dawson,
liurke, Cline, Hathaway, R. Hathaway.
Mrs. A. Bedel entertained the Jit
ney club at a kensington Friday. The
afternoon was spent doing fancv '.
work, after which a nicely appointed
luncheon was enjoyed. Members
present were Mesdanies Hamilton,
Hancock, Routt, Shainholz, Dennis,
The marriage of Miss Marie Ahra
hanison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Abrahainson, 42W South Eight
eenth, and Herman Boden of Cedar
Rapids, Neb., took place August 9
at the residence of Rev. L. Arlander
of the Swedish Baptist church. The
attendants were Mr, annd Mrs. Alfred
Abrahainson. After the wedding
ceremony the wedding party en
joyed a dinner at the Loyal hotel.
Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs.
J. Abrahainson, parents of the bride,
entertained at a reception, when
about thirty guests were present. Mr.
and Mrs. lloden will make their home
at Cedar Rapids, Neb.
Mrs. Frederick Hart entertained at
her home, 25.11 I) street Tuesday
evening at a miscellaneous shower for
Mrs. Antonc Karvles, formerly Miss
Edna Nevins. After a pleasant even
ing a dainty lunch was served bv
the hostess. Those present were
Misses Grace Sutter. Florence Irvin,
Ruth Johnson, M. McConnell, Alta
Gillet, Esther Hickson, Elsie Bush,
Carolyn Cone and Mesdames Hodges
Mr. Loyd Atkinson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Atkinson, 925 Missouri
avenue, ami Miss Nellie Bildt, a well
known young woman of the North
Side, were married July 26 at Papillion
by Rev. Jungmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Kervles were the attendants. The
marriage was a surprise to friends of
Mrs. A. Allen and granddaughter,
Miss Mabel Ray, left Monday evening
for a five-weeks' visit with relatives in
Frank S. Davie returned home this
week from a month's visit with rela
tives in Wisconsin.
George Stewart of Pomeroy, la.,
hasjcen the guest the past week here
ot his brother, li. 0. btewart and fam
ily. Mrs. M. J. Virtue left Monday
evening for a month's visit with rela
tives in Galena, 111., and southern Wis
consin. Mr. M. Sanstedt and Miss Matilda
Raw of West Leavenworth street
were united in marriage by Rev. O.
Haltzly on Monday. They will re
side in Omaha.
Mrs. Ella Campbell and Mrs. I. Mil
ler were dinner guests Wednesday oi
the former's daughter, Mrs. S. A.
Davis of Benson.
Mrs. Louis Krnmmes had as her
house guests this week Mrs. A. Glea
son of Council Bluffs and Mrs. C.
Roehford of North Omaha.
Mrs. Will Wreath of South Dakota
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Turpins School of Dancing
Season Opens Monday, September 11th
Adult Beg Inner, Monday, September 11, S p. m. Adult Advanced, Tuetday, September 12, 8 p. m. High School Clats Bo
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Mr. Turpin tearhes all the new, modern dance. You gat tha
28th and Farnam
is ihe wrfk-end Ruest of West title
rclaitves this week.
Mrs. William Rapp assisted by her
mother, Mrs. Kelly, will entertain the
West Side Women's Christian Tem
perance union on Thursday afternoon,
August 24, at their home, 484 Walnut
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Arnold had as
their week end quests their nephew.
John Arnold, and wife.
Kev. Orville I. Myers and wife en
tertained I lie former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. 11. V. Myers, ot Murray, la.,
l.yle Jaekson left for tlastniKS Mon
day, where he has a music studio. He
will also have a class at Grand Island.
Mrs. James Hatttnan ami two sons
left Monday for a tortniKht's visit
with relatives at Atchison, Kan.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wisler and Mr,
and Mrs. Klnier Getchu have none to
La Platte on a fish in k trip.
Mrs. M. U Kiee has gone to Water
loo. Neb., to spend the week-end with
Mrs. Kd McCreary of Pes Moines,
la., was the guest the past week of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Miss Olhe Miller, who has gone to
Boston on a three-week's vacation,
will also go sightseeing in Maine and
Vermont by auto with lloston friends.
Lafayette Gihuore. from Murdock,
Mo., has been the guest of West side
relatives this week.
Harry M inert and his aged mother,
Mrs. 1. Minert. of Vail, la., arc the
l week's guests of Kekerman relatives
' this week.
I'i .ink St tilt , accompanied by
on, Master harl, went on a trip in
Minneapolis this week
i Mis, flans Neilson and small daugh
iter, Jane, have gone to Kaiwetl. Neb..
i on a week's i.it with relatives.
Miss Helen Hanoi! ot I Imago, who
has been ihe summer guest oi tui
.Hint, Mr.'-. II. G. Glaggett, left this
week for Summefville l"arni at fieu-
j mgtou to spend the rest of the nionlh.
! Mr. Harry Davis of West side has
j gone to Chambers, Neb., for an out
ing of two weeks.
j Mr and Mrs. J. W. Lyman have re-
j turned from a month's visit wiih rela
j tives at Marshalltow n. la.
Mrs. Ola Carlsen has returned here
from a week's visit with her son, h'red
I ( arisen and family at Harlan. la.
The fourteen "fllue Feather" girls.
I under the care of Miss May Tyler of
Klmwood Park, returned Friday
evening from a week's outing at Val
ley. Mr. and Mrs, Swen Oleson wel
comed a son to their home on Korty
eightb and Pierce streets Wednesday,
Miss Gusthe Long entertained at
dinner Thursday for house guests
'the Misses Margaret and linny Arm-
I'ttrst and Minnie llihhlu from near
M ill.it tl.
M iss Martha Gat man has as her
week end gm-M In t niee, Miss Kath
at i, kalev trmu neat Hansom Park.
Mr W ill taut an I Hisen en let tamed
at dinner I hursdav Inr ihe Mesdamcs
Iv t. oi kavne, .V Moms and William
; Mrs. I'avid Johnson entertained at
dinner 1'hui sdav ev ening for her
il.ilher, I). Kenttedv, sister, Mrs. Lred
I H.iynes ami M iss Kale t ngan.
Mr. and Mrs, I . Give ns have hail as
their week end guests Mrs. K. Gasser
aud two children of l-ietnont. Neh.
Mrs. Albert Policy s gave a luncheon
j on Wednesday for the following mem
bers of the A. A. H. Towel club:
! Mesdanies S. W. Weston, U. J. Sut
J ion, I'. C. Kern, A. Hatfield, A. Wiig,
S. T. Bullock, Grant Hayes and N. F.
The Ladies' Aid society met in the
basement of the church Thursday for
their all-day meeting and completed a
quilt. A fine fried chicken dinner was
given and a farewell reception for the
pastor, (.). ! Myers and wile, who
leave soon for Delaware, O., where
the pastor takes un bis college work
as junior in the Ohio Wesleyan uni
versity. Mrs. Martin Johnson entertained on
Wednesday for the following of her
West side neighbors: Mesdanies T.
Smith, M. Mcllvaine, M. Johnson, E.
Stevens, II. G. t'laggett, l;red Jensen,
M. J. Colby and the Misses Andreen
and Agues Nelson and L. Nelson. Ico
cream and cake was served.
Omaha Bank Clearings
i Make the Usual Big Gain
j Omaha bank clearings this week
nade ihe usual healthy gain over the
con- ending week a year ago. The
! inial Oeaiins for the week this year
w ere $2.40J,.475, a gain of 000,000
lover the mark of $17,(VW..WM9 last
m Special Easy Monthly Paymenls Gladly Arranged on Any PurchaseIf Desired
NUT DRIGSHHR -Beatittfully
d and o finely
xoutd that tt l
Impossible to tIt
It from th fn
tiln: hftt havr
pl&nk top; full
t o mttoh;
F r n o h
m a raring
Yoa Can Pay More, But You
Cannot Buy Better Furniture
THIS HATfTWOMB BKT la mad In a Try arllRtlc
Napolfton deilffn to matah chiffonier and drfaaer
Uluatratad; htad board standi AO Inchea high, and
oomea tn full width only; alae 4 feet e inches wide;
note tha handaome full roll foot A 4 A A
and headboard; a wonderful value 2 I la.rlaia
at the rary low price V tJV
M a t c h a tha
dresser shown to
left; It la mad
of aelected wood;
having full awell
front and ill
heavy plank top;
plate mirror; our
eale price only
Hartman Quality Means Lite
long Satisfaction and Service
A BPLENPin VALUE IN A FULL
ROLL EXTRA ROOMY AND
COMFORTABLE FIBRE RK.KIl
ROCKER Suitable for either
porch, llvlna room or aun room;.
well braced and strongly built;
for this week,
Talae la a
WB ARB OFPERINf XT AW TTNTTSTAI.LT ATTRACTIVE PRICE thti week
thla high trade duo fold bed pavenport; this piece of furniture can be ueed aa
a roomy and comfortable bed at ntght or a beautiful divan by day; frame la
made of genuine aolld oak flniehed golden and bark and aeat are upholatered
in guaranteed Imitation leather over full eteel aprlng con- AArf mg
tructlon; a child can operate It; be sure and see this great mS i mw
fore nurchasltiaT : our low nrlce onlv v
EXTRA MASSIVE WELL MADE
MISSION ROCKER Frame butlt
entirely of aolld oak; hae heavv
two-Inch front poet; eeat and
back upnolatered In guaranteed
imitation npanisn .earner; nn-
lined rumed; atx
ateel aprlnga aup
port aeat; only. .. ,.
KITCHEN CABINET Built of
olid oak throughout; large
roomy cabinet for dlahea;
utenall a h e I f , silverware
drawer, handy bread board,
entire cabinet oil rub finish;
no kltohen oomplete without
one o z wiese
gain. . . .
BEAUTIFULLY PROPORTIONED IN A WEIL DESIGNED JACOBEAN OAK
IHN7NO: ROOM Gt'ITE Conelate of seven plecea; correctly finished fumed; table la
made with 42-inch top. extends to six feet; ftve high barked full box seat diners
with cane back handlea and upholstered In Imitation Spanish fffO PA
leather with one roomy arm chair to match; complete combination ZSll.'l Itll
of aeven plecea specially priced at VVVW
FULL SIZE PUIJjMAN SLEEPER
Thla roomy baby cab has full
tubular steel frame; sixteen-lnch
wheels: heavy rubber tires; fin
lehed natural or baronial brown;
Interior upholstered to match;
constructed of high Aia ap
grade reed; a ape- Sl.i.Zil
cial value at only....
LARGE SIZE SANITARY RE
FRIGERATOR with 90-pound
lee capacity, heavily Inter
lined: triple wall construction;
provision compartment fitted
with two removable nickel
wire shelves; patent drain
pipe ana arip
run? sa rraat lr
0 U A H A N
ING M A -CHINE,
oak cajie; six
drawers; all acoMsortee and attach
ments; complrt. with all the needed
worth double our low
unrj ws a ryHr thV ill (11 9 Complete j
naaay t. Nert SaTlSr 1U.SV llast I ImP M
mil ''" el
A WONPERFTL SPECIAL IN A
WICKER TABLE LAMP Finished
In baronial brown. 19 inches his;h
shade Is 11 Inches wide and lined In
fancy flowered cretonne: complete
with five feet of cord; AS flaw
our very low price for 3 I t-
this week, onlv Viltftl
AN ATTR4CTIVKLT rES10NEH THHHE-PIECE MISSION I.IPRART
St"ITK Made entirely of genuine solid oak and correctly finished
fumed: chair and rocker unhnl.f nrerl tn Kirn ..r.H c..-k. -..-
.rni.tm , .n.n. my iiranurr iixit incnes; rirted with
sliding desk drawer and magaslne compartment; en
tire set of three pieces onlv
AMKHICA'S GRBATL6T HOMK FUKKlJSUEli8
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STRONGLY CONSTRUCTED LIBRARY
r A FILE Has heavy plank top fitted
with secret drawer, four massive legs
roomy magaslne shelf; made entirely
of American quarter-sawed Imitation
oak; finished golden: must At mm
be seen to be appreciated, All 4ll
our sale prloe only V v Itl
rjon n ! I value be
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