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THE OMAHA - SUNDAY EE: SEPTEMBER 5, 1920.
Gouncil! Bluffs Society
A very pretty v wedding was
solemnized last Weduesday evening
when Miss Nellie Ingram, daughter
of Mr. 'and Mrs. R. . 'Ingram, be
came the bride of Mr. Harry Ford,
formerly a lieutenant of the 42d
Rainbow division. The house was a
bower of pink and white roses in
tcruiinglcd with asparagus fern. In
one corner of the living room a bell
of flowers swung from an arch and
. under this the marriage lines were
read by Dr. George Ray of the Sec
ond l'resbytcrian church. This was
the third in the Ingfami family for
whom Dr. Ray has performed the
ceremony. The Lohengrin wedding
inarch was played by Mrs. J. W,
Beardsley. who also sanjr "O Prom
ise Me." Mrs. Ford wore her going
away suit of dark blue with velvet
hat to match and had no attendants.
After an informal reception the bride
and groom left for points in Colo
Mrs. John G. Woodward invited a
number of .friends in Wednesday to
meet Mrs. A. M. fhelps and Miss
Klizabeth Phelps of Heitner, Ore.
The afternoon . was spent in the
Woodward garden, which is one of
the show places of Council Bluffs,
and at 5 tea was served on the lawn
Mrs. M. A. Tinley opened the fall
and wtnter activities of the Lt. A. K.
with a buffet luncheon at her home
last Thursday. Summer flowers were
used in quantities throughout the
rooms.", Mrs. Tinley is the new re
gent and a number of very delightful
affairs will be given during her re
gime. Following the luncheon, plans
s wre formulated for a "Business
Men's Luncheon," to be given every
day during the last week in Septem
ber at the Eagles hall.
Mrs. I. B. Rohrer had a very en
joyable afternoon bridge at her
home last Thursday. Four tables
wore placed for the same at which
prizes were won by Mrs. J. B. At'
kins and Mrs. Edith Beardslcy.
In honor of Miss Virginia Merritt
of Washington. D. C. MUs Grctchen
Kmpkie entertained a number of her
friends at an xiifformal kensington
, Mr. and Mrs. W. EV McConnell
entertained at a housif party last
week, 17 relatives of Mr. McCon
nell's being present. Those who
came from out of the city,, were Dr.
und Mrs. Stephen Phelps and Dr.
. and Mrs. Baskerville and daughter,
all of Bcllevue, la. Dr. and Mrs. M.
1 'helps and daughter and the Misses
Klla and May Randall of Van Wert,
la., and Mrs. A. M. Phelps and Miss
Klizabeth Phelps of Heitner. Ore.
I ' Event to Come.
At least, two bridge parties are
scheduled for this week. Mrs. F. M.
i Scarr will entertain at her home
, Wednesday and Mrs. Robert Lind
say and Miss Cora Quick have is
sued invitations for Friday at the
home of the latter. (
Informal Luncheon. , ,
Mrs. I. N. Flickenger entertained
informally 'at' luncheon yesterday in
honor of Mrs., A. M. Phelps of HeR
. Mist Phelps Honored.
Miss Ruth Cooper invited 12
guests to luncheon at the Black
atone Saturday in honor of Miss
Elizabeth Phelps, who is visiting in
the city. . , '
Country Club Affair..
'More than 100 people had dinner
at the cafe last Tuesday evening,
reservations from twosomes to parr
tics of 40 being made by over a
dozen hosts and hostesses. This was
the last' regular dinner to be served
this season, and it also marked the
close of a series of delighttuliy in
formal dances held each Tuesday
and Friday throughout the summer.
Those who entertained on xuesaay
1 included Miss Mavme DeVol, Mrs.
Emmet Tinley, Mr. Blaine Wil
cox, Mr. Fred Empkie. Mr. Key
nolds, Mrs. W. A. Oroneweg. Mr,
Williamson, Mr. Ted Leary, Mr. C.
f rolpiiTan. Mr. Cardigan. Mr.
Reed Flickenger, Mr. Harker and
Mr. John Schoentgen.
Luncheon! 1 ,
Mrs. Charles Officer and Miss
Mayme DeVol were hostesses to 4U
guests Monday at a umcneon given
at the cafe in honor of Mrs. A. M.
Phelps and Miss Elizabeth Phelps
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the W. E. McConnell home. Bas
kets of yellow flowers were used as
'Miss Jane Schoentgen and Mr.
John Schoentgen -entertained Miss
Flial-,eth Douarlass and Mr. Wilson
Douglass at the Country Club cafe
for dinner tuesday.evenmg.
A jolly crowd of 40 from the
Council Bluffs and Umaha Kappa
Sigma fraternity had dinner to
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Which means that you
owe it to yourself to have
all of your old clothes1
cleaned, pressed or re
modeled for Fall and
cold weather wear.
Let us show you a direct
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gether at the cafe Tuesday, and
spent the remainder of the evening
at the dance. Their table was artis
tically arranged with summer flow
ers. 'Phi Gamma Delta Dance.
Seventy-five couples attended the
dance given -at the club Saturday
evening by the Phi Gamma Delta
fraternity. This was in the form of
a reunion and men came from Ne
braska, Iowa and Missouri to at
A great deal of interest is being
manifested by the women golfers
of Council Bluffs over the tourna
ment which will be held at the club
this week. Up until the period of
the war a goodly number of our
maids and matrons had distinguished
themselves with the driver and
mashie, but when war work Yas to
be done patriotism conquered and
as a result the golf bag was relegat
ed to the closet or attic. In lieu of
a plaid skirt, golf hat, stout .shoes
and sweater our sportswomen don
ned the canteen uniform of blue, the
immaculate white of the surgical
dressing rooms, the uniform for
motor service or whatever costume
was necessary for the particular kind
of work allotted toShem. Thus
Rolf and all its alluring features were
forgotten and many of the women
have never renewed their interest in
the game until now, when plans for
the tournament are bringing back to
the links many of the best player
and a number of novices as well.
Mrs. W. L. Douglas is a very enthu
siastic chairman and it remains to
bseen who shall be the prond pos
sessor of the cup donated by Mr.
W. A. Maurer.
Thursday was the first day ap
pointed for qualifying, and those
who appeared on the grounds were
Mrs. Douglas. Mrs. Wm. Coppock,
Miss Elizaheth Quinn, Mrs. B. O.
Bruinsrton. Mrs. A. C. Brown. Mrs.
John Davis. Miss Pink Beaslcy, Miss
Ucraldine Hess, Miss Marian Turn
er, who has been olavinu in the Ne
braska State tournament; Mrs. Her
bert uuquette and Mr. Kaymond
Hughes. Others who are contem
plating entering are Mrs. Harold
Ross. Mrs. Pusey McGee. Mrs. Phil
Frcider. Miss Dorris Ross and Mrs.
E. A. Wickham. This will be an
elimination contest, without handi
Mrs. Joe 1 Chevne is visiting her
grandmother at Winnebago, la.
Mrs. Lvle Burton left Friday for
a visit with friends in St. Paul, Minn.
Dr. and Mrs, T. L. Blanchard have
returned from a summer vacation
spent at Spirit Lake, la.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Galvin are
home agajn after a delightful va
cation spent in Glacier Park.
Mrs. F. T. Roff of Kansas Citv.
Mo., arrived Saturday to spend a
week with her s1str, Mrs. Robert
Muliis. ; i
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iome last Tuesday 'after a stay of
several weeks at lemplars Point,
Spirit Lake. . . .
Mr. "and Mrs. Phillip Organ and
son,) Phillip jr., of Montreal, Can.,
are visiting Mr. Organ s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John P. Organ. "
Mrs. A. M. Phelps and daughter,
Miss Elizabeth Phelps of Heitner,
Ore., are in the city visiting Mrs.
Phelp's sister, Mrs. W. E. McCon
nell. Mrs. Eva Allen Osborn of Sioux
City, la., and Mrs. Margaret Flynn
of Elgin, 111., were guests of Miss
Marguerite Moorehouse during the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wallace mo
tored to Spirit Lake last week. On
the return trip they were accompa
nied by their daughter, Miss Mary
Bride of Early Fall
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Miss Kathryn Kecline. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Keeline of
Council Bluffs, will be one of the
attractive fall brides in her city. Her
marriage to Mr. Paul Burke of Fort
Dodge, la., formerly of Omaha, will
fake place in October. '
Wallace, who spent several weeks
at Templar Point.
Mrs. E. A. Wickham and son,
Master Bernard, who made an over
City, la., and St. Paul, Minn., have
land trip to Lake Okoboji, Mason
returned home. i
Mrs. M. A. Tinley left yesterday
for New York city and from there
will go to Watertown, Conn., to ac
company home her mother, Mrs.
Yost, who has been summering in
the east. i
Mr. and Mrs. Will Rigdon and
Perry Badollet returned early in the
week from a motor trip through
Iowa and South Dakota. They spent
last week-end at Lake Okoboji with
relatives of Mrs. Rigdon.
Miss Agnes Wickham returned
during the week from a motor trip
to Lake Okoboji. She was accom
panied home by Master Francis
Burkley, who will remain in the city
for a short visit with his grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Wickham,
before returning to his home in
Mr. and Mrs. ' H.( A. Quinn, who
left early in August with Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer SJiugart for an extended
motor trip in the Shugart car, aban
doned the party at Chicago where
they remained for several days and
en route home visited in Ottumwa,
la., with their daughter and her hus
band, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Gra
ham. They returned Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Shugart have gone on
to Moberly, Mo., and will make sev
eral other stops before coming home.
Girls Finance and
A group of energetic girls 'attend
ing a Y. W. C. A. industrial camp
in Arkansas last month organized
and operated a co-operative store
with a working capital of $80, the
$1 shares being bought by any of
the girls interested in the scheme.
The scheme was directed by the in
dustrial secretary, who thought this
a good way to give the girlsvbusiness
experience as well as to supply con
veniences to the campers. The store
Carried in stock all the articles of
toilet and dress usually left behind
by the feminine camper anything
from a toothbrush to a bathing suit.
The organization had officers, a
board of directors and purchasing
agents. Eighty girls subscribed $1
each to the scheme. Supplies were
purchased in a nearby town. A reg
ulation set of books was kept and
slips were made out for each person.
During two weeks $160 worth of
goods were disposed of and net
profit of $40 was realized and dis
tributed among the subscribers ac
cording to the stock purchased dur
ing that period. The director got a,
return of $2.11, which was immedi
ately invested in much-needed ten
The American Legion band of
Omaha will give its first public con-,
cert Sunday, September 12, at 3
o'clock, at the Brandeis theater. A
program including several overtures,
some popular patriotic numbers, and
a sacred selection will be given.
The opening number"' will be a
march composed by Marshall B.
Craig, director of the band, and dedi
cated to the Omaha American
A partial list of patrons and pat
General and Mri. Omar Bundy, Captlan
and Mm. 'C. E. Adama, Doctor and Mes
damea Wlniam Berry, H. C. Sumney. K.
a Henry, a A. HullteA. D. Dunn. H. B.
Lemere. Mnin and Meadamea A. U Cralf,
E. L. Wilbur. Ourdon W. Wattlea. Luther
Drake, Luther L. Kountie, Howard H.
Baldrliff, - R. Beecher Howell. Oerard C.
Qrtewold. William R. Wation, Robert A.
Flnley, John Kllmartln, William Archibald
Smith, William O. McConnell. H. K. Mann
field. Earl Klpllnger, Dr. Jennie Callfa,
Meadamea Lewie Edwards, Frank W.
Carmlrhael, M. D. Vleno, C. U renton,
the Mlsaea Blanche Sorennon, Henrietta
M. Reee Florence Lake- and Meiers J. E.
Brill, Allan Turkey, Leo Boxell and Kcn
ditl Hammond. V , ,
, Mm. Hteter Branson Copper la publicity
manager fcr the concert.
ing secretary, and Mrs. J. H. Evans,
Lonff Vamps Again
The shoe realm hasbeen affected
by France s refusal of the paradise
finned hat. Retailers affirm the short
vamp, round toe model, whicU came
to America a a direct Parisian im
portation, is doomed and that vamps
of at least three inches arc the de?
ma nd of the coming season.
Gingham for. Cretonne.
Gingham is now being used in in
terior decorating in the same man
ner as cretonne. It 'is very attrac
tive and wears and launders well It
is admirably suited for curtaini,
cushions and for covering chairs and.
sofas. Color schemes can easily be
carried out with the use of this fab j
ric. . i
The University of Vermont if the
latest institution of learning to ad-"
mit women to the medical course. '
The Soupi Omaha Woman's club
will open its fall season' with re
ception, Tuesday, September ,2$, MtS.
F. .. Cressey, hostels. , .
The first business meeting of the
season will be held Tuesday, October
12. Mrs. John R. Hughes, state
chairman o industrial and social
conditions, will give her report.
The literature department will hold
its opening meeting Tuesday. Octo
ber with Mrs. Walter A. Nitsche,
hostess. The book, "A Certain Rich
Man," will be reviewed by Mrs. N.fl
October 26 is the opening date of
the home economics department.
The hostess. Mrs.- Richard Laverty,
will 15 assisted by Mesdames E. R.
Leigh, Harold B. Bergquist and
Charles G. Root. Mrs. Edward Bur
son will offer some suggestion on
"Cookies'."' I v
The officers for the coming season
are: Mi's. Samuel Shrigley, presi
dent; Mrs. Enos R. Leigh, vice pres
ident; Mrs. Willis A. Berger, record
ing Secretary; Mrs. Curtis Cook, cor
responding secretary, and Mrs. Da
vid S. .Clark, treasurer.
Club R. M. S.
An Aiitemii Hat Sale
A large assortment olvery
stunning creations in new , ;
Autumn Millinery. Omaha's
leading millinery shop is al
ways alert to secure 'etery'
possible fashion for discrim-. ,
x This includes the .choicest
modes in millinery and very
unusual opportunities at
Feather Hats I t
"To become better' Americans our
selves, and to Americanize others."
This quotation is found in the new
book of tBe Omaha Woman's club
of the railway mail service and is
the aim of members of the organiza
tion for the comingseason.
The opening meeting will be held
Wednesday, September 15, at the
home of Mrs. E. F. Wallace.
Luncheon will be served at 1 o'clock
and will be followed by a kensing
ton. The luncheon committee will
include Mesdames J. A. Quinn, Ar
thur G. DeLong and C. T: Leigh;
Meetings will be held on the third
Wednesday of each month at 2
The officers for the ensuing year!
are: Mrs. J. G. Hart, , president;
Mrs. C. T. Leigh, vice president;
Mrs. O. M. Jones, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. J. N. Strand, record-
This 8 a 1 e includes' the smartest styles in advanced
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Down to business you ride with
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Being unusually light, the Mil
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Faslliioms for Fall
Of Unusual Beaut
An Autumn Sale of Suits
Extremely LowJn, Pjrice
A suit is the most important part of
the average woman's wardrobe because ,
a fashionably cut, well made suit is at
all times the most eye-pleasing and de
sirable article of the woman's wearing
apparel. And, we say to every woman
and miss who intends buying a new suit,
take advantage of this rare notable sav
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keeping with the new
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contour ind' accuracy of
perfect fit, combined with
a finest of tailoring and up-x
which elevate these superb
costumes above the com-.
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VARIETY OF COLORS
Black Nai) Copen
Deer . Brorvn Mahogany Cheefoo
, , , Red Moonshine
NATURE OF MATERIALS "C
Duvctyns ' Velours ?
Silvertones , Serge '
poxret Twills" Tricotines
t Check Velours Veldyne
The Emporium has always bee.n.note
'worthy for showing new tailored vogue
and models of versatility for street, sports
and general wear. ,
Store Open Labor Day Until 1 P. Af.
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