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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 30, 1917.
(Continued from Page One.)
first visit to Omaha in seven years and
ter old friends are welcoming her
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Saxe and
daughter, Miss Prairie Saxe, are com
ing from New York about October 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Saxe were here last year
fnr ihf Alr-Sar-rVn ball- -
tr snd (r Tnsenh Rinewalt an
little son arrive Wednesday to visit
k.'o niranti Mr and Mr T. R. Rintr-
walt - Mrs.' Robert Bradford and her
son, Louis, jr., just a few montns
younger than the Ringwalt baby, will
also, arrive Wednesday from Califor
nia to be with Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Mrs. Stanhope Fleming, formerly
Miss Jo Lyman or Omaha, is here
from Des Moines, spending ! few
days with her family; also to attend
the birthday party of her little niece,
Mr. and Mrs. Prentiss Lord and
children will arrive Saturday from
Westchestertield, N. H., to join Mrs.
Roger T. Vaughan and children at
the home of her parents, Dr, and
Mrs. J. P. Lord. Dr. Lord, however,
was ordered to duty at Fort Riley
last week. "
. Mrs. F. J. Roby of Kearney ar
rived Friday to be the guest of Sena
tor and Mrs. Norris Brown. Mrs.
Roby will remain until after the Ak-Sar-Ben
festivities and several at
fairs have already been planned in her
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wilhelm expect
their nephew, Lieutenant George
Stocking, over from Camp Dodge for
the ball. He will be accompanied by
Lieutenant Carlton McGowan, who is
a Harvard man.
Mrs. J. E. Baum and daughter, Miss
Katherine Baum, will arrive on Wed
nesday -to spend some time in Omaha.
Mrs. Baum will be the house guest
of Mrs. F. P. Kirkendall and will not
be at the Blackstone.
Mrs. Edward G. Haberstroh of Le
Mars,, Colo., will be the guest of her
mother- Mrs. Lena Schwartz, dur
ing the Ak-Sar-Ben festivities.
Mrs. Ervine Brandeis has her
mother and sister Mrs. Albert Frank
and Miss Arline Frank of San Fran
cisco, with her at the Blackstone for
the Ak-Sar-Ben festivities. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adams have re
turned from Storm Lake, la., where
they went for the marriage of their
son, Lloyd Hadley Adams, and Miss
Beatrice McCullough. 'Parkhill, which
took place Wednesday evening. The
bride's father, Rev. Dr J. W. Parkhill
of Buena Vista college, performed the
A white satin wedding gown worn
by her mother thirty years ago and
by her elder sister, Cornelia, now
the wife of Rev. Mr. Reeves of Clear
field, Pa., more recently, did service
for this bride also. It was lovely
gown trimmed with point lace and
fashioned with a long court train. It
is interesting to note that there is
still a third clergyman in the family,
the oldest Parkhill son.
Mr. Robert Adams served as best
man for his brother. Mrs. Robert
Adams san, as did the bride's sister,
Mrs. Reeves, preceding the wedding.
Little James Adams, brother of the
bridegroom, and Louise Parkhill, the
bride's little sister, stretched the rib
bons. Buena Vista college folk made up
the greatest part of the wedding
guests. The bride is a graduate of
Lenox college, while Mr. Adams at
tended both Grinnell college and the
University of Nebraska. He is a
member of the Alpha Tau Omega.
' The young people motored to Min
neapolis for their wedding trip and on
their return will make their home at
Sac City. Ia. , ;,
The wedding of Miss Margaret J.
Edwards and Mr. Ewing A. Croft was
solemnized at St Cecilia's cathedral
Tuesday, September 25, in the pres
ence of relatives onlv. The young
couple left immediately after the cere
mony for a wedding trip to Denver
and Colorado Springs.
Miss Dorette Adler and Mr. Sam
uel G. Saltzman of Council Bluffs
will be married at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
Adler, late this aft.er.noon. Rabbi Mor
ris Taxon, who came to Omaha last
week from Toledo, will perform the
ceremony, the first at which he offi
ciates in this city. Only the immediate
Bridge party for Mrs. Philip Metz,
Miss Harriet Mack and Miss
Margery Elias of Buffalo, Miss
Gertrude Metz, hostess.
Luncheon for Miss Marie Wood-
ard, Miss Nan Murphy, hostess.
Dundee Bridge-Luncheon club,
Miss Isabel Miiroy, nostess.
Duplicate whist party at Prairie
Orpheum party and supper at the
Fontenelle for Miss Evelyn Hub
bard of Rochester, Miss Sybil
Omaha Whist club meeting at the
Dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Mack of Buffalo, given by Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Metz.
for Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Sweatt and Mr. and Mrs. Wirt
Wilson of Minneapolis, given by
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barker.
Tea for visiting Spence school
girls, given by Mrs. Charits Of
futt and Miss Virginia Offutt.
Luncheon for Miss Marie Wood
ward, Mrs. T. E. Dailey, hostess.
for Mr. and Mrs. Sweatt
and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, given
by Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reed.
Luncheon given by Mrs. Milton
Ak-Sar-Ben Coronation ball.
Dinner party preceding the ball,
Mies Emily Keller, hostess.
Supper at Omaha club after the
ball for Miss Marie Woodard
and Mr. Kremer Bain, given by
' Mr. and Mrs. Adolph G. Store.
Supper after the ball for Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Sweatt and Mr. and
Mrs. Wilson, given by Judge and
Mrs. W. A. Redick.
Dinner at Blackstone preceding
the ball, given by Miss Esther
Card party for Holy Name parish
at Mark's hall.
for Miss Marie Woodard
and Mr. Kremer Bain, Miss
Ophelia Hayden, hostess.
La Zalle club dance at Keep's
Luncheon at Commercial club
given by Kappa Kappa Gamma
Ak-Sar-Ben masquerade at Den.
relatives will be present. The young
couple leave on a wedding trip which
will include Chicago, Minneapolis and
it. I'aui, M. Lotus and Kansas City.
The bride will wear her t go-away
fuit of navy blue, a champagne col
ored georgette blouse embroidered in
cut steel beads, and a small blue vel
vet hat with a touch of champagne
color in the feather trimming. Her
corsage bouquet will be of orchids,
brides' roses and lilies of the valley.
They will make their home in
Omaha after November 1.
The bride refused numerous enter
tainments planned in her honor, pre
ferring the quieter ceremony in
keeping with the war-time weddings.
Omaha Girl Weds in New York. ,
In Brooklyn. N. Y.. at 6:30 nVWfc
this evening, Miss Olive Coffman of
1 1 1 a m a a
umana win dc marnea to Mr. Kalpn
Wilcox Booth jr., at the home of
Pages to the
King and Queen
Payson Adams, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick J. Adams, Sam
Caldwell, jr., Edward Westbrook,
jr and John Davis, ion of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Latham Davis,
will be pages to King Ak-Sar-Ben
XXIII, and little Jean Redick,
daughter of the George Redicks;
Virginia Richardson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Richardson;
Marion Cooley, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Cooley'i daughter, and
Gertrude Marsh, daughter of Mrs.
J; E. Fitzgerald, will be pages to
Her Majesty, the Queen.
The little ones are many of
them descended from the royal line
of Quivera. The mother of John
Davis, who was Miss Bessie
Brady, and his aunt, Miss Eliza
beth Davis, were bot h Ak-Sar-Ben
queens. Virginia Richardson's
aunt, Miss Ethel Morse, was the
fifth queen of the realm, and an
undo of Sam Caldwell, the late
Victor B. Caldwell, was an Ak-Sar-Ben
BRIDE OF FORMER OMAHA
MAN VISITS HERE
Country Clubs Are Closed; Winter
Season Launched by Ak-Sar-Ben
Mrs. Leon Dudley Callahan, nee
Marjorie ilcord1 of Oklahoma City,
aiivs vaiiaiiaiij mi c v laniug mo
mother, Mrs. T. C. Callahan, at the
end of their honeymoon trip. The
young people were married at the
Colcord cottage at Lake Okoboji,
August 29, and have been on a motor
trip since then. They plan to leave
Monday for their new home in Kan
BRILLIANT gatherings at each
of the summer clubs, Country,
Happy Hollow and Carter Lake
clubs, which closed their seasons last
evening with large dinner-dances,
were the rule. 'Many large dinner
parties were given to mark the most
important social functions of the sea
son, outside of the Coronation ball.
At the Country club, Mr. and Mrs.
Willard D. Hosford entertained the
largest party, twenty of the younger
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fitzgerald en
tertained another large party in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Clarke, who
have just returned to Omaha to live.
Covers were laid for:
Meurs. and' Mesdames .
Jamea Love Paxton, William Hill Clarke,
Frank B. Johnson, Colt Campbell.
Mr. W. Farnam Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davidson enter
tained in honor of Miss Evelyn Hub
bard of Rochester, N. Y., the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ludlow. The
Messrs. and Mesdames
Charles A. Hull, Wilson Low,
J. E. Ludlow. Francis Brogan,
Miss Bvelyn Hubbard.
Mr. Harry McCormlck.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Hamilton
entertained a party df twelve; Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Gallagher and Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Gardner, ten, and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles T. Kountze, nine.
Mr. and Mrs. RossB. Towle had
in their party Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Tukey, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brink
er and Mr. and Mrs. C A. Loder.
- Miss Alice Coad entertained a party
of eight in honor of Miss Katherine
Krug and Mr. Edward Crofoot had
as his guests:
Josephins Congdon, Eli Bton.
PRETTY LITTLE DANCER IS
BRIDE OF TODAY
Mr. Booth's parents. News of the
wedding comes as a great surprise to
friends of the bride in college circles
as no formal announcement had been
made of the engagement.
Miss Coffman, who met Mr. Booth,
a prominent New York.manufacturer,
while spending last winter in New
York, went east three or four weeks
ago with her sister, Mrs. Philip
Horan. Mr. Horan left Friday eve
ning for New York to attend the wed
ding and will be home shortly after
ward. The bride is a graduate of the Uni
versity of Colorado, is Phi Omega
sorority girl and was active in the
local Collegiate Alumnae. Mr. Booth
was graduated from Rutgers college
(New Jersey), is a Chi Phi fraternity
brother, a: member of "The Invinci
bles" and the Bensonhurst Yacht
The young couple will make their
home in Brooklyn.
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock Miss
Audrey Edna, youngest daughter of
Mrs. M. Engelke, was united in mar
riage to Sergeant E. A. Olsen of In
dianapolis, Ind. Rev. H. T. Graham of
Indianapolis, read the marriage lines.
Miss June Longnecker was brides
maid, while Mr. Paul Richey attended
as best man.
Owing to war orders the marriage
took place at Indianapolis, where the
groom is connected with the quarter
master's department, Camp Benjamin
The bride is a talented singer and
received musical training in Lincoln.
She wore a tailored suit of midnight
blue chiffon velvet , with corsage
The bridegroom, who has been with
the L. C, Smith company for the last
t last rv found
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fate and mv fet ."Rnntnn
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Inflammation and softened and dissolved
too ounion witnout one tit of pain or
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no Mds, plates or cutting just put on a
Bunion Comfort" and away goes your pain
and away goes your bunion. Over 72,000
men and women nave been cured last year
and we guarantee that you will find com
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or yon need not pay one cent. Boy a
boa today try two plasters, and If you do
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end get your money back. We know what
'Bnnion Comfort" has done for others
we know what It can do for you o try
them t our expense. '
Haines Drug Co., N W. Cor.
lath and Douglas Sts.
five years, offered his services to
Uncle Sam. Sergeant Olson and bride
will spend their honeymoon in In
dianapolis. Betrothal Announced.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Milder announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Anna, and Mr. Ben Taxman of El
Dorado, Kan. No date has yet been
set for the wedding.
School Set News.
Miss Emily Burke returned Wed
nesday to Vassar, whence she was
called home last week by the acci
dent to her brother, Edward.
Miss Elsie Storz goes to New
York tomorrow to visit Miss Finch's
school, where she went last year.
Mrs. Elmer Neville has gone to
Washington with her daughter, Miss
Marie, who enters Miss Maderia's
Miss Mary Fuller returns to the
Bennett school at Millbrook, N. Y..
Miss Margery Cavers leaves this
evening for Miss Finch's school in
Miss Ethel Irene Piel leaves Sun
day for Washington, D. C, where she
will enter her senior year at National
Park seminary. Miss Dorothy Cav
anaugh will accompany Miss Piel, as
she enters her freshman year at the
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Burgess are ex
pected back from the east the first
of the week.
Mrs. W. A. Fraser and son, Billy,
left last Sunday for Dallas, Tex.,
At Happy Hollow Club.
Mrs. Ben Gallagher, George B.
Prinz, Dr. B. B. Davis, Norris Brown,
Guy Furay, S. S. Carlisle and S. S.
Caldwell entertained smaller parties.
Dr. and Mrs. I. C. Wood gave one
of the larger parties at the Happy
Hollow club. Baskets of chrysanthe
mums decorated the table, at which
covers were laid for:
Messrs. and Jlradames
M. Shirley, Paul Hoaaiand,
E. H. Doollttla Of W. H. Binder of
Council Bluffs, Council Bluffs,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trimble en
tertained another large pi rty at the
closing dinner. Their guests were:
Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Henry.
Messrs. and Mesdames
Fred Dale, Lee Huff,
John Gamble, R. L. Wilder,
Charles Trimble. B. M. Wellman.
Miss Roberta Trimble.
Mr. T. J. Donahue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Goodrich enter
tained a party of ten. The guests
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fearsall.
Mrs. ' B. B. Baker of Berkeley, Cal.
Mr Emerson Goodrich.
Elizabeth Fearsall, Marlon Fearsall,
Irene McGuIre, Sunshine Fearsall.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hoyt gave an
other party, the dinner table for
which was decorated in cosmos. Cov
ers were laid for:
Messrs. and Mesdames
Ned Hoyt. Horton Munger of
Joseph Woodrourh. North Platte,
Miss Marjorie Beckett.
A. J. Wallace of W. H. Hunger.
Columbus, O. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Carey enter
tained a party of ten and Dr. and
Mrs. D. T. Quigley one of eight.
Others entertaining were Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. Perfect, Mr. and Mrs. N. H.
Wood, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burton,
N. A. Gordon and W. H. Dale.
(Continued on Face Three Column One)
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"They Just Melt Away In s Few
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BY VALESKA SI E ATT
YOU can say good-bye now to all the
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for removing superfluous hair. Here ia
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very few moments the hairs will seem
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is so easy to do compared with the old
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The styles of today with the transparent
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MUDDY Muddiness and general poor
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Pour the contents of a one-ounce package
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MISS H. L. C You can get rid of
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It ia remarkably simple. By pouring
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MISS WRINKLES Here is a wrinkle
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MRS. A. P 0. Bust development has
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