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i'HE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 17, 1917.
is Going On
in Society Circles
(Ceattaara from F.. One)
round of entertainments for him and
Miss Thummrl. .
Mrs. George B. Thummel will give
an afternoon bridge "party for the
bride-to-be on June 28 and Miss Ann
Gifford is planning a luncheon for thi
What Society Hai in Prospect.
' The Alumni association of the
Greater Omaha High achools will
hold its annual reunion and dance
Monday evening at Happy Hollow
club. Graduates from the first class
of 1876 down to 1917 will be present
and the committee are making plan
for a large reception. There will be
short business meeting followed by a
musical program, after which the
evening will be given over to dancing
Mrs. Coe Buchanan and Mrs. Bran
don Howell will entertain the Delta
Gamma sorority at luncheon at the
home of the latter, Saturday.
Monday at 2 p. m. at Happy Hollow
club the Fidelia club will give a large
bridge and high-five party. One of
the chief purposes of the gathering
will be to form a Red Cross chap
ter, which shall be called the Cathe
dral circle. Mrs. O. C. Redick will
explain the duties of such a circle.
In addition to the other prizes a hand
lome door prize consisting; of the va
rious articles of a bed set is being of
fered. Mrs. Arthur Mullen has charge
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Gordon are giv
ing a dinner party1 Saturday night for
Miss Martha Dale and Mr. Alexan
der Loom is.
Le Mars club will give an infor
mal dancing party Thursday evening
at Keep's academy. t . '
. JHxon-McCulloch Wedding. V
Invitations are out for the marriage
of Miss Mary Craig McCulloch,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mc
Culloch, to Mr. John Alfred Nixon,
at the McCulloch home, 4225 South
Twenty-second street, Wednesday at
high noon. Miss iMcCulloch is a
daughter of Omaha, a graduate of the
South High school and for two years
was a student at Knox college, Gales
burg, III., where she was a member
of Pi Beta Phi sorority. She has
heen teaching on the South Side for
the last year and prior to that taught
at Torrington, Wyo. , '
The wedding on Wednesday is the
culmination of a friendship begun
many years ago in the First grade of
the Hawthorne school on the South
Side. Mr. Nixon, the bridegroom-to-be,
is the son of Mr, and Mrs. A.
, A. Nixon and the young people were
classmates practically from the time
they entered the grades till graduated
from the South High school
Miss Laura Fulton Reed of Keo
kuk, la, who was Miss McCulIoch's
chum in Knox collcga and a sorority
sister, has come on for the wedding,
at which she will be bridesmaid, and
was a guest at several pre-nuptial af
fairs the last week. Immediately fol
lowing the wedding the young people
will' go to their future home, "The
" Aganaldes," at Flowerfield, Neb.,
where Mr. Nixon has been interested
in wheat and stock growing for sev
eral years. .
Avery-Morgan Wedding. " . '
The wedding of Miss Eleanor Mor
gan and Dr. H. H. Avery was solem
nized at the home of the bride's father,
Mr. C T. Baughman, Saturday night,
only relatives of the contracting par
ties being present owing to a recent
bereavement in the bride a family. The
wedding was planned for the fall, but
was advanced because Dr. Avery reg
istered tor the medical corps ot the
United States army. Rev. James B.
Butter officiated. The bride wore a
beautiful gown of white satin and car
ried bride s roses. She was attended
by her sister, Miss Thuramdell Mor-
5 an, who wore white georgette. L, C
ivery, brother of the groom, was best
man. The house was beautifully dec
orated in red rosea and ferns. Dr.
and Mrs. Avery left for a short wed
fling trip ta Kansas City.
r (Coleman-Rhump Wedding.
... Miss Lillie . Rhump, daughtr of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rhump, and Mr,
Cranworth D, Coleman were mar-
1 ried Monday evening at Koajitre
Memorial church, The bride wore a
gown, of white georgette crepe over
white satin, trimmed In iridescent and
white satin. Her tulle veil was held
in place with a strand of pearl bead's.
Her only jewel was a gold davaliere,
the gift of the groom. .
Miss Pearl Rhump, sister of 'the
bride, was bridesmaid, and Mr. James
Coleman, brother of the groom, was
best man. - -
The bridat party entered to the
Strains of Lohengrin wedding march.
Mrs. O. H. Gibbs sang "Because." .
' The ushers were A. T. Jensen, Ar-
. fchur Waack and John Maguire.
The home was beautifully decorated
in white and red. Mr. and Mrs. Cole
man will be at home after July 15 at
1508 South Twenty-fifth avenue.
The marriage of Miss Mabel Mea
dor to Mr. Roy A. Nearhood. son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nearhood of Blair,
Neb., will be solemnized Monday
evening at 8 o'clock at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wit
. liam T. Meador of Herman, Neb.
Rev. W. W. Pfautt of the First Pres
byterian church of Schuyler, Neb.,
will perform the ceremony.
The house will be decorated with
palms, ferns, pink and white roses.
' The bride will wear white silk geor
gette crepe over taffeta and will carry
a shower bouquet of bride's roses and
ynnga blossoms. She will be at
tended by Miss Goldie Phipps of Te-
I kamah, Neb., who will wear pink
georgette crepe and carry Ophelia
roses. Mr. John Nearhood of Omaha,
brother of the groom, will act as best
man. Little Marjorie Ackerman of
Umaha and Master Eugene Burdic,
i't.i nephew off the bride, will carry
asket of pink and white sweet
peas. The double ring ceremony will
be used. Miss Nellie Chistensen of
. Omaha will play the Mendelssohn
wedding march. Eighty invitations
have been issued. - -
After July 1 the young couple will
be at home at 4435 Wakeley avenue,
News of the School Set
Miss Dorothy Kiptinger is expected
Jiome early this week from St Mary's
college, Notre Dame, Ind. She vis
ited relatives in Chicago last week. '
., I Miss Darlitn Ivers of this city, who
has completed her first year of work
.in the Nebrask. School of Medicine,
spent last week in Lincoln, where she
(eceived her B. A. degree. In the
June Brides and Girls
Wp 'li .V . ,
fall she will continue her medical
studies. Miss Ivers. returns today
from Lincoln, where she has been a
guest at numerous school patties
since commencement. 1
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Eggers have
gone on to Hanover, N. H., for the
Dartmouth commencement, when
their son, George, graduates.
Miss Irene Rosewater returns
Thursday from Smith college.
Miss oretchen Mclonnell leit Fri
day to attend the summer session of
tne university ot Chicago.
Mr. Ralph Peters went to Excelsior
Springs- Sunday and will go to St.
Joseph Monday for the Trans
Mississippi patriotic golf meet on his
Dr. ai.d Mrs. J. C. Hammond leave
this week for the east and will visit
the training camp at Plattsburgh, N.
Y., where their son, Ernest, is a stu
dent, having gone there from Dart
mouth last month. He was in the
senior class at Dartmouth and will
be given leave from the camp to go
back to college to get his diploma on
commencement day, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Carpenter. Mrs.
Sen Gallagher and Mr. Howard Bald-
rige returned last Monday from
Minneapolis, where tney an went to
see their sons at Fort Snelling. Mrs.
A. L. Gordon, who went up with her
mother, Mrs. Breckenridge, to see
Warren Breckenridge, also came
home Monday, but Mrs. Breckenridge
remained with friends in Minneapolis
until Monday. '
Mr. C. T. Kountze went to New
York Tuesday on a week's business
Mrs. F. B. Kennard is in Newcastle,'
Ind., with her daughter, Mrs. John
Miss Elizabeth Davis and Miss
Meliora Davis went to Minneapolis
Friday evening for the Weston-Dwin-
nell wedding Saturday and are guests
of Miss Dwinnell.
w t- ,,r ii. 1-f. Tl -
Alias rranccs vvessem icit auuis
day for St Louis on her way east to
Great Barrington, Mass., to visit
Mrs. Charles H. Brown.
Mrs. Windsor Megeath went to
Minneapolis Friday for a week. She
will return for the Loomia-Dale wed
ding and then expects to motor back
to Minneapolis, which was formerly
Miss Marion Howe, who was at
the Plaza in New York for two
weeks after her chool closed, is now
A Diamond, Watch or
. DWnwnd Ring
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So at to
SSS Dl.monJ Rin, 14k
oil sold. "LoftU Ptr-
I.2S a Watfc.
483 Mtn'a Diamond
Ring. S prone Tooth
aiounttnff, 14k ' a o 1 i d
old, Roman or poHnhtd
82.80 a Wtk.
Who Are Soon to Wed
in Cleveland, the guest of Miss Marion
Keese, whose marriage to Mr. Henry
Hutchins of Boston took place Satur
day. Miss Howe was one of the
bridesmaids. Before coming home she
will visit friends on the St Lawrence.
Miss Helen Clarke is expected
home this week-end from De Kalb,
III., where she has been visiting Miss
Louise. Lewis and where she had the
misfortune to contract a case of Ger
man measles last weeek, which inter.
fered with many plans for her pleas
ure while there.
. Mrs. Charles T. Kountze went to
Minneapolis Friday night in quest of
a house at Lite Minnetonxa lor Mr.
and Mrs. Meredith Nicholson of In
dianapolis, whose little daughter is
recovering trom a serious operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Kountze have a house
at Minnetonka and expect to go up
Tom Kinsler, son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. V. Kinsler, expects to go west
this week with a surveying party.
Mrs. Joseph M. Cudahy of Chicago,
formerly of Omaha, has been named
Chicago representative of the Wom
an's National Advisory committee and
has just returned from Washington,
where shj conferred with Red Cross
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doorly, Mrs.
Mora and Frank Pollard; who mo
tored to St. Louis about two weeks
ago, are expected home shortly by
way of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Drake re
turned Thursday from ten days in
Edwin Swobe returned Thursday
morning from Fairbault, Minn., where
he attended the commencement exer
cises at Shattuck, of which academy
he is a graduate and a member of
the board of trustees. He motored as
far as Minneapolis with Mrs. West
brook, Mrs. Harry Jordan and her
sons, Channing and Jack, who stopped
over to visit the Fort Snelling camp
Thursday, Mr. Swobe returning by
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Megeath are
at Excelsior Springs and will be home
Mrs. C. K. Coutant returned to
Chicago Saturday night after six
weeks stay here as the guest of Mrs.
Miss Mildred Butler, who has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Davis
for two weeks, went to Council Bluffs
We are closing out all our stew model mite
Enamel Refrigerators and lee Boxes at big
sacrifice ia prices, and starting J Al
la with our IfUO Ice Box for Vtf.Qj)
With proportional efose-eot slices en the
rest lea cannot afford to miss the bar
gains we offer If yoi want an Ice Box. Gas
Stove, Baby Buggy. Bags, Bed or
SSI WIO M. Ul UIMIIV aiaiYM)
J.lneh post Beds, sell everywhere else from
t&M to I1W, on sale here at.... 85.89
Sacrifice Furniture Saleh
We are forced to sen the balance ef the 126,000 stock ef high-grade
FURNITURE, RUGS and STOVES
, ' Of the Big Four-Story 12th St Warehouse
Which Is on Sale In Our Salesroom, Corner 14th and Dodge,
arvllow the exampl of roar frtenda mm aelarhhan aad pr-
from earlae thla bis; Ml. They hv uvd aMaer and
Tea to. Tha haraalu wa attar eaaaaf ha aaalieataa aarwhare
OUTFIT TOITB BOMK AT FRACT1CALLT YOUR OWN FHUC
SPECIAL ATTKCTION TO OUT-OF-TOWN BUYERS.
STATE FURNITURE COMPANY
Plume Douglas 1817.
lewelry (or a Wedding
U Popular JJ
Marvel of Beauty, at v-0, $75, $100 and $125.
Credit Term, $1.25, $1.85, $2.50 and $3 Per Week.
The Loftis Seven-Diamond Cluster Ring has seven fine
Diamonds mounted so as to look like one single stone. The
Diamonds are selected for their beautiful luster and brilliancy,
by the most skillful diamond experts. The secret of the rare
beauty of this ring lies in the perfectly matched stones, all of
the Diamonds being uniform in size and brilliancy, thus pro
ducing the appearance of a large, handsome Solitaire. The
ring is U Karat Solid Gold; Diamonds set in Platinum.
The Old Reliable, Original
Diamond & Watch Credit House
Main Floor City National Bank Bldg. '
409 S. 161 St., Cor. 16th and Harney, Omaha. "
BurfaMnaaa ia. utaaruncat stare. J
Friday to spend the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Stewart be
fore returning home.
Kev. Charlea F. Dole and Mrs. Dole
of Boston were the guests of their
cousin. Mrs. Wilson Low, and Mr.
Low, from Wednesday until Friday on
their way home from nine months in
Honolulu and on the facihe coast,
Mr. F. S. Cowgill of Chicago spent
the week-end at the Blackstone, where
Mrs. Cowgill has been stopping for
the last ten days. 1 hey are planning
a motor trip east and will return to
Chicago to prepare tor their depar
Mr. John Burke, nephew of Mrs.
John A. McShane, spent Wednesday
here, then went to Sioux City and
returned Friday with his wife, who is
a former Sioux City girl. They are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. McShane
Mrs. E. R. Morrison of Kansas City
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. P. Tukey. She has been here two
weeks and will remain one more week.
Mr. Earl Monahan and Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Sibbitt of Hyannis, Neb.,
have been visiting with Mrs. Sibbitt's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ocie Als
worth. Mr. Monahan and Mr. Sib
bitt are large ranch owners and stock
raisers in Grant county. They left
for the range county Saturday, ac
companied by Mrs. Sibbitt's brother,
Mr. Ralph Alswortb, who will spend
the summer with them. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Dexter C. Buell had
as their guests. Thursday and Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Rathburn and
their two children of Chicago. They
have gone to visit Mrs. Kathburn s
sister in Falls .City.
War Relief Sewing at Club.
Mrs. Toi.. Davis and her division
of the All Saints' Parish aid, includ
ing Mrs. Sam Burns, Mrs. Alvin
Johnson. Mrs. Frank Wilson. Mrs. D
C. Bradford, Mrs. Edwin Swobe,
Mrs. G. A. Meyer. Mrs. sam Call-
well and Mrs. Glen Wharton, have
luncheon together at the Country club
every Monday, following a morning
spent at the club sewing for the war
relief. They are going to enlarge the
number ot workers and then will be
able to turn out more work in the
shape of body binders and such things
as require basting and preparation for
sunning aucrwarus uy maenmc.
. Mr. Tohn T. Ton.:s of the managerial
force at the Blackstone was married
last week to Miss Barbara Xpmsik by
the Rev. A. A. DeLarme at his resi
dence on Park avenue. Thev will re
side at ib South lwenty-fifth street.
At .the Church of the Good Shep
herd at 7 o'clock Saturday morning
the wedding of Mis's Maebelle Twiss,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T.
Twiss, to Mr. Harry D. Foster of
Chicago took place. The ceremonv
was performed b- Hev. Thomas D.
Collar ' .
Mr and Mrs. Foster left immedi
ately for a southern wedding jour
ney, and will be at home after
on Honest First Values J
A1TENT10Y Am aVrltfcij
M 1520 DOUGLAS gji
M We're making lot. of bui- M
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Comer 14th and Dodge, Omaha, Neb.
for the Least
1041 --Con vertibl Brace
let Watch, finest quality
Bold filled, plain polish
ed. HI Kb grade. Full
jeweled movement, silt
dial. Case and Bracelet
guaranteed 20 yar
Splendid value, 5
"$Vi6 'a Month.
Phone Douglas 1444 and Our
Salesman Will Call.
Call or write for Catalog 903.
.Open. Daily. Until 9 p. m.
Saturday Till 9:30
August 15 at 4444 Maiden street, Chi
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hempel left
Saturday night for a ten days' visit
in Roanoke and Richmond, Va.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Summers have
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II till ASwV Novelties In Japanese Moussellne and Pullman v
H P MSTv I Sets for the Summer (Trip shown for the first time f . .
LL Wl J&ffJfll to Omaha. V: 1
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JUNE DIAMOND SALE
Starts Monday Morning
For One Week Only
j Ladies'. and Gentlemen's Diamond Rings, Diamond Ear Screws, Diamond
Stick Pins, Diamond Studs, Diamond Lavaliers, set in Platinum Green Gold,
14 and 18 karat, al at 20 off.
THIS GIGANTIC SALE OP DIAMONDS WILL LAST FOR ONE
WEEK ONLY, AND AT THE PRICES WE ARE ASKING, MAKES YOU
A REAL INVESTMENT.
Diamonds purchased from us can be exchanged
at full value any lime within two years
READ EVERY ITEM-THEN LET US SHOW THE EXCEPTIONAL
VALUE THEY ARE-MANY OTHERS TO SELECT FROM. COME
So. I960 Beautiful blue white
Diamond, perfect cut, a real gem,
weight 2-k. less 2-100, set in tif
fany mounting, platinum top, reg
ular orlce Si00. this week.
No. 4690 Very fine blue white
Diamond, perfect cut, ' weight
1 38-100, set m our- own special
gent's Octagon blue enamel and
platinum top, regular price $426,
this week $340
So. 4820 Very fine blue white
Diamond, perfect cut, weight 92
100, set In our own special gent's
Octagon blue enamel and plati
num top, regular price $300, this
Ko. 494ft Extra fine blue white
Diamond, perfect cut, weight 1-k.
lees 7-100, set in ladies' tiffany
ring with platinum top, regular
price $390, this week $320
Diamond Ear Screws .
No. , 4933 Diamond Ear Screws,
weight 76-100, set in platinum, perfect
color, perfect cut, regular price $198,
this week $159.40
No. 4972 Diamond Ear Screws, weight
40-100, set in platinum, beautiful blue
white, perfect cut, regular price $90,
this week $72.00
No. 4988 Diamond Ear Screws, set
in 14-k. fancy gold mounting, perfect
blue white gems, weight 30-100, regu
lar price $40, this week $32.00
No. 20 Diamond Ear Screws, beauti
ful mountings, 14-k. solid gold,, blue,
white and perfect cut, a real snap
at $11.75, this week $9.40
Able Bros. Diamond Wedding Rings, on Sale
Regular Price $50, This Week $40
Plenty of Experienced Salespeople to Assist You.
Brodegaard Bros. Co.
'u 16th and Douglas Sts. v
returned from the east, where they at
tended the medical convention in New
Vork and then visited Boston and
Mrs. E. S. Westbrook returned
Saturday night from a motor trip in
Mrs. Dan McCutchen of Belle
Fascinating as That Spicy
Of Brocaded Silks at
To Cotton Crepea at
With the artistic blending of ns usual colors and fin
needlework for which the people of the Land ot
Cherry Blossoms are famous..
These Kimonos left Yokohoma May lath and were
personally selected by Mr. Eldrldge.
Novelties In Japanese Moussellne and Pullman
Sets for the Summer (Trip shown for the first time
This Witt Be Kimono Week
Youll find our Kimonos of extraordinary beauty and
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Xi. 4958 Beautiful blue white
Diamond, perfect cut, weight 60
100 set in ladies' 14-k. tiffany
platinum top ring, our regular low
price on this ring cut this week
No. 4906 Beautiful blue white
perfect cut Diamond, weight 68
100, set in 14-k. tiffany ring with
rlatinum top, very big value at
138, this week $108
No. 4904 Extra blue white Dia
mond, perfect cut, weight 56
100, set in elegant 14-K. platinum
top tiffany ring, regular value
$129.50, this week.... $103.60
No. 4988 Beautiful blue white
perfect cut Diamond, weight 45
100, a very desirable size set in
14-k, platinum top, ladles' tif
fany ring, regular price $118.50,
this week . .. $04.80
No. 4 Platinum La Valliere Diamond and Oriental Sapphire
Seta, regular price $525, this week 1 1 $420
So. 6 Platinum Pendant set with Diamonds and Genuine Emer
ald, regular price $300, this week $240
No. 6 Solid Gold La VallleYe Set with 10 Diamonds, 3 pear
shaped drops, each set with 1 diamond, regular price $76, this
week, only $60.00
No. 7 8olid Gold La Valliere, set with 6 very fine blue white
Diamonds, 1 In artistic pear shaped drop, regular price $40, this
week, only $32.00
No. 8 Fine Platinum Brooch, beautiful lace work set with 15
tine blue white perfect diamonds, regular price $160, this
week, only $128.00
No. -Diamond Necklace set with 3 blue white perfect dia
monds, regular price $45.00, this week $36.00
Fourche, S. D., is at the Hotel Foute
nelle. Mrs. McCutchen was formerly
Miss Laura A. Rhoadfs of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Mollncr
leave today for Seattle, Wash. From
there they will go to Vancouver and
return to Omaha by way of Salt Lake
(Cutinnml Pai ThrM. Column Ont).
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No. 4912 Fine blue white and
perfect cut Diamond, weight 37
100, set in elegant"14-k. platinum
top, ladles' tiffany ring, regular
price $95, this week.... $76.00
No. 4S06 Fine blue whit Dia
mond, perfect cut, weight 22-100,
set in 14-k. platinum top, tiffany
ring; regular price $43, this week
No. 4802 Beautiful blue white
perfect cut Diamond, weight 20
100, set in very fine 14-k. platinum
top, tiffany ring, regular price
$38, this week $30.40
No. 4861 Fine blue white perfect
cut Diamond, weight 20-100, set in
tiffany 14-k. platinum top ring,
regular price $36.50, this week,
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