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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE SO, 1918.
Coftduded by Ella Fleishman
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EAUTIFUL in its simplicity was
the wedding of Miss Katherine
rvnn1l. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. R. Gould, and Captain Robert T.
Burns, which took place Saturday
evening at All Saints' church. Bishop
.Arthur L. Williams, assisted by Rev.
T, J. Mackay, officiated. -
Palms and feral formed . a lovely
setting of green at the altar, while the
large silver vases were filled with pink
roses. Mr. J. H. Simms played for
half an hour preceding the ceremony,
and as the-first strains of Mendels
sohn's wedding march sounded
through the church, Miss Ruth An
derson entered, a lovely picture in her
gown of lavender organdy and picture
hat of the same shade In her hands a
shower bouquet of golden-hearted
daisies. ... r :f .
The bride was most attractive m
fier gown of white organdy trimmed
with French lace, her veil, a mist of
tulle falling to the bottom of her skirt
The delicate pinks of the sweet peas
combined with' the pure whiteness of
the lilies of the valley made her bridal
bouquet a thing of loveliness.-
Captain Malcolm Baldrige of
Camp Dodge attended the bridegroom
as best man. The ushers included Mr.
Samuel Burns, Mr. Lawrence Brinker
and Mr. Louis Clarke.
After the ceremony a few intimate
friends of the young couple were en
"tenanted at the home of the bride
groom' sister, Mrs. Charles T.
Kountze, The gardeni of the
Kountie home was the scene of this
nuDtial affair, and the intimate friends
of Captain and Mn. Burns extended
: ineir gooa wisncs in ucimuu'jr in
formal way. Just as the moon ap
peared over the tree-tops, touching
the bridal couple with silver rays, the
last goodbys were aid, and the
young captain and his bride ran down
the garden walk to the waiting motor,
as they left late for the east for a bit
of a honeymoon. They will be at
home a Camp Dodge for the present.
Wedding of Former Omahan
Five little maids, all gowned alike
in fluffy dresses of Dink and white
organdy were the bridal attendants
of Miss Louise French, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. French of Des
Moines Mondav evening when she
became the bride of Mr. Edwin J.
Hardv. son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Hardy of Chicago, formerly of
Four of the little attendants scat
tered rose1 leaves in the path of the
bride while the fifth carried the wed
ding ring' in a r&se. Very demure
were the little girls as they walked
sedately down the aisle of the First
lapill tllUltU ill 1UU1UH IU
altar, with its beautiful decoration of
rtlms, and ferns intermingled with
I 'ik roses. - v
Mrs. Fred C Hill of Omaha, sister
of the bridegroom, sang preceding
t!ie ceremony Rev. Howland Han
sjn performed the ceremony.
An informal reception was held at
the home of the bride after1 the wed
ding when ISO guests attended. After
a snort wedding trip the young
couple will be at home in Chicago,
Pritchard-Sullivan Nuptials. '
At St. Michael's church, In Spald
ing, Neb., Tuesday morning nuptial
mass was read for Miss Anna Sulli
van of Spalding and Thomas Pritch
ard of Omaha. Tha bride, very daint
ily dressed in white georgette crepe
with a tulle veil, was attended , by
sister, Miss Estella Sullivan, who
wore flesh colored georgette, with
hat to match. Both carried roses and
lilies. Little Miss Pauline Cronin
was ring bearer. The groom was at
tended by his brother, Stanley
Pritchard. Father. Galvin officiated.
After the ceremony a wedding
breakfast was served at the home of
the bride to about 100 guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Pritchard have gone
to Colorado on a wedding trip, and
after August 1 will maketheir home
at 2422 Saratoga street. r V
.The out-of-town guests were Mr.
ahd Mrs. I. Pritchard. Agnes and
Stanley Pritchard, Gertrude Sullivan
and Hannah Cronin, alt of Omaha,
and Miss Helen Smith of Sioux City,
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Nehraska Bov Weds in Ireland.
An interesting wedding announce
ment comes from the Emerald Isle for
Miss May Hamilton and Mr. Arthur
Mitchell, an American soldier, and the
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mitchell
of David City, were united in marriage
at Lough Foyle, Ireland, May 2S.
Miss Catherine Ellis attended the
bride and William Hardin of the
United States navy was best man.
Mr. Mitchell is a graduate of the Da
vid City schools and enlisted at the
outbreak of the war. ;
Cer-ince of Youth Culminates
The marriage of Mrs. D. H. Bough-
ton, to UT. William iu wore 01 xns
United States navy, took place Sua
Hjy at Norwalk. Conn. -
Mrs. Moore, who is the sister of
Mrs. Warren Switxler, formerly lived
in Omaha as her father. Gen. Thomas
Wilson, chief quartermaster of the
department of Platte, was stationed
' This wedding is the culmination of
JLAAAAJL AA A A JL A A A A A A A Ji AiH JL A A A
. Dinner-dance at Carter Lake f
and Happy Hollow clubs. 2
Dinner-dances at Field and t
Patriotic program at Prettiest J
f Dancing party at bieta club.
i Dinner-dances at Field, Coun
try, nappy Hollow and Car- T
? Dinner-dances at Field, Coun
try, Happy Hollow and
Prettiest Mile clubs.
At the Country Clubs
Seymour Lake. ;i
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Truelson had
as' their guests Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Dundy, Mr. and Mrs J. Shafer of Iowa
City and Miss Maude Cochran.
Mrs. Ci E. Parsons chaperoned a
party of young people Friday evening,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Exley enter
tained a large party at the dinner
dance Friday evening, when their
Maaira. and Maadamaa
Qaorfe Mlckle, 1. H. Ready,
T, h. Comb. Henry Cot.
Charlaa Wavnar. Patar Eivad.
Among the younger girls who were
hostesses at dinner parties Friday
evening were Miss Lucile Flynn, who
had 14 guests, Miss Gwendolyn Wolf,
12, and Gladys Micket, 4.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Scotland en
tertained in their party Mr. and Mrs.
A. F. Rast, Mr. and Mrs. John Minix,
Miss Mary Minix and Mr. Wilbur
Minix of Madison, Wis.
s ; Happy Hollow.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wagner will
entertain a party at the dinner-dance
when variegated garden flowers will
be used as the center pieee for the
table. Covers will be laid for the
Minn ana Mwdamae '
T. I Combe. Edward Szlay.
J. H. Rtady. R. B. Wag nar.
Jam.aCo. ! 1 W, FlUpatriek.
Qaorf Mlckle. ' Patar Elvad.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Goodrich
and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hammond
entertained together Saturday even
ing when a patriotic color scheme
was used on the table, the blue lark
sour, white hydrangeas ana red car
nations .forming the national colors.
Covers were laid for the following
Maaira and Meadama-
P. H. Wllaon La Hurt
Mr, Ralph Beauchant
Ir. and Mm. J. r. Anion
.Mra. Ralph Waltara.
Mlaa Helen Mattel of Dei Molnea,
jMut. Theodora Talk. .
Parties of seven were given by E.
R. Perfect and John Dale, W. W.
Head entertained six guests as did
also George Keller.
Field. ' ,
Miss Olga Storz was. hostess for a
party of 12 at the dinner-dance Satur
day evening. A. D. Rogers enter
tained six guests. Percy Pickrell five
and L. H. Blanchard four.
Society Girl, Enthusiastic War
Worker; Announces Betrothal
MH"H-i' ! '1' ! '1' 't' '1' '1' !' 't' ' '1' 1
I AMY NOTES I
Of unusual social interest ia the betrothal of Miss Amy Gilmore to Mr.
Robert Switzler, formally announced Friday by Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Since the days when the bride-to-be attended Brownell Hall and later
National Park seminary In Washington, she has been considered one of
Omaha's most charming daughters.
Her entire time for the last year has been devoted to patriotic work. Not
content with, the responsibility of vice chairman of the Nebraska Red Cross
warehouse and the position of captain of the Friday unit at the Fort Omaha
canteen, she has completed many unique scrap books, with jokes, verses and
cartoons to regale the convalescent soldiers in military hospitals, and, after
that, found time for considerable patriotic knitting,
Her marriage to Mr. Switzler will unite two prominent pioneer families.
Mr. Switzler, who is an alumnus of the University of Nebraska, academic and
law departments, has been active in Liberty and War Savings stamp cam
paigns. He is a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity and haw been mentioned
for the democratic nomination for congress.
No definite date has been set for the wedding, but plans are being made
for the near future.
a pretty romance, for Dr. Moore vis
ited at the home of Mrs. Moore's
father many years ago, some time
before her marriage to Colonel
Boughton. Dr. Moore later married
an easten girl and Miss Wilson be
came the bride of Colonel Boughton.
Now, many years after the death of
Mrs. Moore and Colonel Boughton,
this boy and girl romance ends with
the chiming of the wedding bells,
v Dr. Moore is stationed at Newport
News, where they will make their
home for the present. 'v ,
Miss WetheriH Awards Certificates.
Mary Lee Estelle, Merle Nisewang
er and Master Clifton Smith, pupils
of Mae WetheriH, having completed
a two-years' course in the Effa El
lis System of theory and keyboard
harmony, were awarded certificates
Saturday morning at Miss Wether-
ill's studio; No. 16, Arlington Block.
A prize of $2.50 in gold for ex
cellency in piano-forte study was
won by Melba Nisewanger.
Song of Substitutes
"Sine a eons of itxpanea
Oa tha pantry ehelvea
At forty thooaand aubetltutei
Into which wa dalra
To find one that lan't fumray, black and
eoaree and srltty,
But tha 'boys' art worth It,
And wa'ra glad to aorlflce.
Tha bread Is aura a' atandby
In more wayi than one;
Tha cake la not much better, ..
But la twice aa ood aa nono
Tha plea I'rA tlad to aay
In truth excel tha eaka '...,. .
But ra far from tHa kind ,
That 'mother need to make.' " ' 1
We'ra atked to can tha oorn and beana .
And eaa all we ean get '
And wa nut ' watch tha golden fruit
And ean that too, you bet;
But how wa'ra going to aweetea It '
On half a, pound per weak 1 '
Mr. Hoover haan't told ua
Will ha pleaaa rie up and apeak. .
Wa'ra going to ean juat everything
If wa aweeten it or not,
Wa'ra going to ean the Kalaer
Wa have him In the pot;
Thla la juat a bit of pleaaantrr
That eama Into my head
But wa aura will klaa Old Glory
When wa can have white bread.
J Omaha, ISIS.
HOW T JUDGE A W.
: BY HER HAIR
DAYLIGHT SAVING BILL- I
5 O'CIOCH-3 HOURS TILL DARKj
Th Daylight Saving Law Is Big
Help to War Gardenia. Complete in
struction for war gardening will be
sent to the readers el this paper
upon application to tho National War
Garden . Commiaakm. ' WubJnaion.
D. C, enclosing a two-cent stamp for
poatoge. - : .
Wheeler Williams and Reznor
Ward, who have been at Columbus,
0., have returned and are stationed
at Fort Omaha.
Lieut. Charles F. Shook of the
349th field hospital, 313th sanitary
train, has been promoted to captain.
He is- at present taking a special
course in surgery at a Chicago hospital.
Charles Gillette has returned
Fort Omaha from Fort Sill, Ok.L
Lt Paul Phillips will return to
Fort Omaha today after spending a
ten-day leave at his home in St
Lt.-Col. William H., Doane has
arrived safely abroad.
The new Greek women's Red Cross
auxiliary will hold its first meeting
with the neighborhood auxiliary of
Castelar church Friday afternoon.
War Work Notes.
In order to complete 4,034 sweaters
and 4,826 pairs of socks from April
24 to June 28, it has been necessary
for the Red Cross knitters to spend
Mrs. A. W. Jefferis wishes to
thank the knitters for their work arid
urge them to continue. The next
quota is now under way. By the
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How to Prevent It From
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to prevent your hair from growing
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end of August 1,777 sweaters must
be complete. Until November 1, is
given for the completion of 21,600
pairs of socks.
In an effort to give the soldiers a
Sunday automobile ride, a number of
Omaha churches have appointed
chairmen to organize a club of car
owners who will care for this enter
tainment. From all the chapters of Nebraska,
372 boxes, constituting two carloads
of surgical dressings and knitting
were shipped to the American Red
Cross in Paris, during the past week.
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the Berrv Wav f
There is real common sense in Just
noticing whether the hair is well kept
to judge of a woman's neatness, or ,
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ew who try to make the most of
your hair, remember that it is not
advisable to wash ie hair with any ,
cleanser made for all purposes, but
always use some good shampoo, j
You can enjoy the very, best by set
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These auto varnishes are made in all the
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By adopting the "Berry" way instead of
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Motor Supply Co., 1917 Farnam St.
Love Burr Co., 2412 Farnam St.
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DEALERS IN NORTH PART OF TOWNi
Saratoga Drug Co,
S. H. KaU,
L. R. Spencer ft Son,
W. B. Nichols,
Knecht Hdw. Store,
24th ft Amet.
3010 N. 24th.
1418 N. 24th.
24th ft Fort. .
24th ft Lake.
1913 Clark St.
DEALERS IN NORTHWEST PART OF.TOYI!:
Walnut Hill Pharmacy, 40th ft Cuming
E. Mead, 2202 Military.
Galloway Garage, 1402 Military.
DEALERS IN SOUTH OMAHA:
Fred Parks, 4622 S. 24th.
Novelty Repair Co, 4809 S. 24th.
DEALERS IN BENSON:
C. O. Hurd.
DEALERS IN SOUTH PART OF TOWN:
E. Karach ft Co, Cor. Vinton ft Elm Sta.
Hibbeler ft Co.,
2010-12 Vinton St.
DEALERS IN COUNCIL BLUFFS:
Ole Rasmutaen, 347 W. Broadway.
J. B. Long, 31 S. Main St.
H. Borwick, 211 S. Main St.
O. H. Brown, 525 S. Main St.
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