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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, 'JUNE 10. 1900.
Why the Summer Girl Looks With Disfavor
on the Posse Comitatus Many June
Weddings Personal Mention Notes
From Neighboring Cities.
rone fluty has effeciUeiy rrerntetl an
Indulgence la summer ealety liy the votinger
set of town. Tnoe ouns nun wno hi0
this last week shouldered n musket anil su
mmed the responsibilities, of a lVrmty Sher
ltr have Jml no time for the usual and
pleasant duties th it ordinirily devilTe up
on them at thW ye.ieon with reference to
their youns women friends.
Tun? Of mnr I'm rot hailnc any
fun," said a c'wrmins uns girl jestcrday.
with mingled radios anil Indignation. Sim
Is olio of the hind ll.it are usueilv to bo
seen at places of amusement during the seat-on
four nights In a vr. ek each time Tilth
a different lie .u The litter word Is used
ndTledly. All her men friend-- ire. lienus
In tho genuine sen-e of thu word. They
jioltlTOly Tie Tilth each other for the rrivi
lepe of cscortlrjr her tn places; mid tliry
are cheerfully doInR dutv as cuarJs right
now ia tho hopo of cainlnc faTor In her
eyes. This Is true of fit least half a doien.
bo preat Is the popularity or this petite and
demure youns blonde of the houleTard.
Hut to resume "How eould an body have
fun." she went on. "Tilth every man of
one acquaintance on the .s.her!!f posse
Went to the Pie last night Tilth papa.
Vent to the S 1 Mr!.in on Monda Tilth I'ti
cle Georse. who alo escorted three other
cfrls beside" mi Mir Went to a "dove iur
it this aftern. nil, an 1 haTC tried to bo
cheerful eTer since, for every other slrl
tint I talked with Is n exactly the sam
fix. Misery lfiTes company, you know, and
If I can't haTC ano--orts except rav rela
tives. It's fcon.e comfort to know that the
other Elrhs can't, cither "
Weddings will occupy both the tln'o and
the attention of man:, persons the comlns
week. Tuesd.T is to b an especially full
d:jy In this re5;i-t. wth .1 half dozen or
more announicd to take place then. With
many persons nviHnrr plare for immediate
departures from the city, and the opening
of rummer cotlaseV at both lakeside and
seashore reports there is little prospect for
much diversion In a social waj: ani tho
coming fortnight affords jmall hope of any
Rest Watches Mermod & Jaccard's.
Cards havn been receiTed by St. Louis
friends for tho marriage of Doctor Henri S.
Pritcl.ett and MU-s lit Mllstcr of Washing
ton, I). C. which will take place in the
capital cltT this week. Doctor I'ltchett for
merly lived In tt. Iuis. Two yesr.s aco ho
Tras appolntixl to the I'nltcd Slates Geodetlo
ai'd Coat SurTey. and this sprlns has ac
cepted the chancellorbiiip of the Uoston In
stitute of Technolog
At the marme of Mr. Vincent Kerens
and Miss Jane Idford Henry, which Is to
take pktco on Saturday. June 16. at the
Kerens countrv home at Elkins, W. Va,
Miss Gladis Kerens, the youns sister of
the bridegroom, will be maid of honor, and
Richard C Kerens. Jr., will serve hU
brother as best man Mr and Mrs. Kerens.
Vincent Kerens and Miss GHdys Kenns
departed for Elklns last week, wrere they
Trill bo Joined by Mrb. Henry and tho bride
The tieddinc of Mi's Ida Wertheimcr,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wertheimcr. to
Mr. Leo llajer. will take place Thursday
evening, June 14. at S o'clock, at the resi
dence of the bride's father. No. W10 Mor
rison avenue. The ReTercnd Doctor Leon
Harrison will officiate
Among1 the many Jure weddlnirs was that
or Hiss Leone II. ltoenb.ium. only diuq'i
ter of Mr. and llr. Lewis Uosenoaum. to
Mr. Charles TunsMU Jones, the eldest son
of Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Jone, at tho n w
Othedral Chapel on Wednesday afternoon.
The bridal party entered the chjrch to
tho "Lohengrin" bridal mulc In the fol
lowing order; Tho ushers, Lculs J. Kup
ftrle and Louis J. Jorcs; Leonard Wise, tho
Broomsman nione. folioweil by tho brides
maids. Miss Estelle Kupferie and Miss Res
ide Jones. Then the matron of honor, Mrs
Alfred Piatt; followed by the I ride Tilth
her father, meetlnc tho brideqror.m and his
best mart. Percy Jones, at the altar.
The bnde'a cown Tra1" of white Illum
inated crepe de Chine, made wish a Eklrt
tucked around the top and finished at the
bottom with two acccrdlon-pleatd flounces
of tulle, edped with ruchinjr of tho tame,
headed top and bottom with white ratin
baby ribbon. The bodleo was accordion
plaited, and had a transparent sulmpc anl
nleerc of finely shirred tulle, outl!nd
nround the joke 'with a full bertha of tine
old point lac. A long tulle veil was worn,
fastened with an aigrette. She carried a,
Fdiowcf bouquet of white wcet pca The
only ornament worn was a diamond a'ld
Mrs1. Piatt was gowned In all white toile
of French I-iwn
The brldemalds were dressed In white
toilets, Trearinfr pink eashes. The bodi 03
wero made with transparent yokes id
flceves tho jokes outlined with Mario An
toinette fichus, loosely knotted In front Trith
pink. They carried shower bouquets of pl-.lc
After the ceremony a reception, nttendel
by relatives only, was held at th home of
the bride's parents. No. 223 St. Loui3
The wedding of Mlw Winona ZJ. Kline,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kline of
Clifton Heights, and Chirles P. Howland.
chief clerk or Cupples's Station, will be sol
emnized Tuesday, June 12. at St. James
Catholle Church, the Reverend Father Rob
erts officiating. After the ceremwv the
youns couple will tako a tour to Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Douglas- celebrate
their tenth wedding anniversary on Monday
"A Bit $m:p
A ram looks at his trembling hands
and says: " I feel a bit shaky this morn
ing, and shall need a bracer." His real
need is not nerve stimulant, but nerve
strength. Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical
Discovery gives strength to the ncnoui
system. It docs not brace up, but builds
tip. It is entirely free from alcohol and
from opium, cocaine, and other narcotics
usually found in so-called nerve medi
cines. Accept no substitute for "Golden Med
ical Discovery." It cures.
David Duggins, Esq., of Jones, Ohio Co , Ky.,
wntes: "When I besran taking; Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery I thinL I had nervous
or renerat debility of three years' duration. I
toot three bottles of the "Discovery." During
the time I was taking it wr eleep tiecame Tuore
refreshing and I gained fifteen pounds weight,
and also gained strength everyday."
Free. Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser is
sent free on receipt of stamps to pay cost
of mailing only. Send at one -cent
stamps for book bound in paper, or 31
stamps for cloth binding. Address Dr.
X. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
evening. June I. at their residence. No SSI
Windsor pl.irj. Th- hull.- ti.i dceontid
with mm and plants Th-v were the re
cipients of nraiy presents. "Ine quests were
entertained with inin-ic and aUe vwilkinir
bv little folks, after whiili lisht refresh
ment uero s-eni-d. The followirj; wiro
M-ss.i"!rs and Mcsdin.es
J. f. Rrnnn. G. II. Wledcr.
J. X. Wllli.im'on, ' C. Tenntns.
TV J Ph.iclm. 5. Mliilnqhoue.
II Mann, J. Jone.
P 11 Ilummell. T. Douglas.
A Ml'e- of Pnra. 111.. Mary Wiltshire.
Tr IVuetmi if ltlM. Tlfittlit V.ihrtldt.
I Til". Ill,
Mnllie Ltuboch. Esther Trestnn.
S trail Je.nr.lnKs, Nellie Hart.
Si.I.e- Wllliam-on. Ellen Ileckmln.
S !( Phaelen. little Chartrand.
Agatha W liliamson, Minnie Mo-er.
Emm.i Lure. Irene Newbuldt.
I Mirt.i Carter, EIlaATcock.
eiraee e-firter. I.r.cue aiininsnouso.
Go, die Preston,
J. L eke. J T. Douclaa,
llin Cox. A. Ilrown.
John Hueimer, J. It. jioeime.
c; I' Huebncr, v Willie litMllne,
J C Huebner. Jr., T. A. Miles.
MIfs Arr.le Marie Wees of No. 475 iranton
CTet.ue was married to Mr. Carl Aucnst
Benrmnnn of No 319 South EIrTenth street
on riiturdav at 2 o'clock, at Grace Kpico
p:il thurch. the Iteiererd Poctor J I T
lrKrahain jierformine tlie ceremony. Mr.
and Mrs Herrmann departed lmmedlatelv
on an extended tour of the Kat, and will
be home to their friends after October 1.
Mis Ottilia Katherlno Hollwea was mar
ried on Tuesday aftcrroon at 4 o'clock to
Poctor J A Mullcr. The Reverend Doctor
HettcT. of St. John'" Kvancellcal Church
performed the ceremony. After a supper
IHictor Mnel'er and 1.1st bride departed for a
Miss Molly Roche and Mr. P. A. Wetzel
wero married on Tuesday morning, the
ctremonj heinjc performed at St. ndnard'fl
Cl-urch. Clara tin! M.tfiltt nvenuco. Owlns
to a recent death In the bride's famllv tho
weddlnc was. very quiet, the oulj attendants
bemp Miss Alice Frnno. maid of honor,
and Mr. Joseph Dussanl, who serred as be-t
man After the ceremony the young couple
! oepartcd for a tour of the Northern lakes.
after which they will go to tLeir future
homo In Chicago.
Miss Feltz nt her wedding on Monday will
bale for maid of honor her only sister.
Miss Laura SWtz. Two young mlses of T
will serve a Jlower benrers Hilda Forstce
and Stella Nlculaus, cousins of the bride.
The marriage of MNs Clara Hoppius and
Mr. Fred Lowe of Glrard. Ill, will take
place Tuesday at 5 o'clock, at tho home
I of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. F.
Hoppius. Only th$ Immediate families will
! be pr-sent rt the ceremony, the Reverend
1 Doctor II. Rhodes officiating. The bride
I and bridegroom will leaTe for the Eat be-
ifore going to their own home In Glrard,
The marrltge of Miss Henrietta Brock
man and Mr. W. Hnn'y WHIcox iias
solemnized on Wednesday eiening. the
I Keierend Mr. Elmer performing the eere
' monr The bride's attendants were Miss
I Florence Iirockman nnd Miss Fannie Wil
cox, the groomsmen being Mr. Guy Fulton
and Mr. Robert Iirockman The wedding
was a Tcry quiet one, only the Immediate
friends being inTlted. After a reception at
the bride's home, Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox de
parted on a late train for the North Upon
their return thev will bo at home to their
friends at No. 4717 Page bouleTard.
Mis Margaret Straunon nnd Thomas 8.
Williams will be married on Tuesday even
ing at St. Malachl's Church.
Mermod & Jaccard's, Rroadway and Lo;
AT Till: OPEIIA.
The Mondav night opera audience at the
Caie had all the distinctive features of a
1 rst-nlght assembly at any of the theaters
during the season Just past. Many of tho
same persons were to bo seen In boxes, and
In tho parquet, as is always the case, there
was much promenading during the generous
Traits between act?.
Mr. and MrJarccs L. B'alr occupied one
of the stage uoxes with friends who were
Interested in Mrs Van Studdlford's appear
ance. Another stage box was filled by
cu.sts of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred BeTls, who
had with them Mr. and lira. Lacy Craw
ford and one or two others
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Papln. Mls Marie
Walh and John E. Geraghty formed a
party that dined downtown and later heard
the opera from front seats.
Ciiarle.s Wiggins brought four friends with
him in the parquet.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walker, Mrs. Rudolph
J.' iberg nnd Julius Koehler sat In one of
tt right boxes.
Colonel and Mrs. James L. Ford. Mr. nnd
" . George 1'. Jone3 and Mr. and Mrs.
C.ius Clark all sat together In the middle
G jrge Doan escorted Miss Marie Scanlan.
Charles Gleason. Garth Bllllngsley.
Charles Michel. IVank Forey and Will
Lai.nrd wero on the front row.
R. Tark Ton Wedelstaedt had friends with,
him in the middle parquet.
Doctor Robert Wilson escorted Miss Cun
ningham and MKs Katherin" Cunningham.
Mr. nnd Mri. Sam Scott enjoyed the musle
from the parquot.
On Wrdnesday evening a large box pnrty
was given by a number of South Side oung
piopio for three visiting joung women
Ml-3 Snow nnd Mls llaglnnls of Colorado
.inrf Mi-s Man- Anaert of St. Charles. Mo.
i Two stage lioxes were occupied, tho party
consisting or Jiiss nnow. juss ..nigeri, .nv.i
Maglnnls. M!s Frances Nauchton. MIhj
Jean O'Nell. Miss Margaret Fitz-immons,
Miss Ella Heal , and Messrs. Will McCabe,
John Naughton. A. A. O'Hallaron, Arthur
Fitzslmmons, W. V Naughton, Pane and
AT TIIE SDHII'.ll HESOUT9.
Wcquctonslng. Mich.. Is being put In trim
for the summer Influx of St. I.ouisans. who
flock to this Northern resort every J ear In
large numbers. The clubhouse, which has
fo long lieen Inadequate to the demands
made upon It. Is enlarged this year by a.
C P. Little of St. Louis Is building a fine
largo cottago on tho shore Just east of tho
hotel, and near him Mr. Edgar Is also
Doctor T. F. Prewitt has Just completed
a summer residence In the new addition of
Wcquotonslng. north of the railroad: and
Mr. W. A Spur Is rebuilding the Widdl
cotnb cottage. 1
D. II. Houser Tras In Wcquetonsing last
week arranging to put his cottage lu order
for the summer season
Thomas S. Gait and Miss Cyrena Gait,
with some Toting friends, are alrendy here
and are located in Judge Gait's cottage.
The goir grounds of the Wequetonsins
club, which are .tmong the finest in that
part of the State, will soon be put into
condition for the sea--ori'.s sport.
Jamestown. Rhode Island, Is a faTorlte re
sort Tor army and navy people. Among tho
person who have already announced their
Intention of making the Thorndike Hotel
their headquarters for the summer aro
Colonel and Mr. II. Stlckney of Jefferson
Barracks, and Lieutenant W. S. Montgom
ery, also or the Barracks,
Among the St. Loulsans last week at the
Gilmes Hunting and rishlng Park at King's
IPssieurs and Mesdames
I. F. Conrad. C I Blanke,
Foster, II. J. Jones.
W. H. Romlnger. Iliron Lit ton.
William Dado, Mrs. J. M. Ehlert.
De Caen, IJl-inke.
Deruschal. Lilly II. Verborf.
William L. Becker. II. A'. P. Cooke.
Henry Beuhlcr. a. Block.
Doctor Eusreno F. II. C. Weber.
Hauck. Arthur K. Rolfe,
H. P. Wyncoop. L. I. Wall.
Breckcnrldgo Jones. Phillip A. McDer
Doctor I. O. F. De- niott.
lany, Thomas Dotv,
Chris Muckerman, Thomas Buchanan,
1. A. Itable. George H. Schroeter,
Louis Iletzel. Edward Schwartz.
E. 1. Williams. L. W. Wakeley.
C. F. Sennewald. F. Dlenstller,
A. J. Butler. William C. Xhrl.
G. A. Burnientlne. W. I. Holbrook,
John O. Rolfe, H Flachskamm,
Charles R- Grace, Alkman Welch,
C. A. Day, James Sharp.
Charles B. Gerhart, Edwin Klllam.
W111S. Box, W.Ar Morris. -
H. V. Messrltz.
Wtlllam I. Heg'r,
George E. Benz,
Frank S. Gerhart.
Doctor H. F.
E. I. Schuster.
Charles W. Skinner,
Allien G. Blanke.
Willi im .iHcksnn.
II. G. W.ilrmlorf.
O. K. Tuhlage.
E. I. Snowdn.
C. L. Irf'norl.
W. B. Drelllne.
W. A, Ickwood.
Doctor A. Wald-
W. II. Allen.
A. S. Thornburi;,
W. G. Nourse,
I. D. lUsrltz.
Owen B CHiinon,
1. G. Deleplalne.
line Diamonds Me rmod & Jaccard's.
One of the successful mnslc events of tho
early sumiiur was the voeil recital given
hist Frldiv night by the Siebert trio, Mrs.
Eunice Wlckuire and the Miss Ro-e
S:tl.er and n,le j de Prez. at Central
Christian Chaivli. An audience that was
large, onli'-rln the uncertainties of
-treet rniluay travel. gSTe frequent otI
dtme of its .'ppreetation of the excellent
si.nslrg by the members of the trio On
the piogramme were seTer.il illllleult nuin-ter-
the arl.i from "Lucia." rung by Mls
S.eber; "Mi.t Pinoiell.i" frun "Saivator
Kis.i." bj Mrs. Wickwlre. ard "My Noble
Kitights." from "J,es Hugu. nots." bj Mis
De Prez. Thee uere giien with quality
it loice. tate and Rrtlstie i'reeiition, which
arouril much enthusiasm on the part of
the amllenee. D.iets bv the Miyes Steber
and le Prez mid by "Mrs. Wlrkwlru and
Jibs De Prez. and trios hy the three were
eipirially pleasing features of tlie recital.
In tiie trios the shading and finish denoted
Charles B. IlarT cy gave two violin r-rlos
in I he ourse of the eTenlng. which were
enjoicd. M. G. Bejer acted as accompan
ist. The pupils of Mrs. C. N Eekert, assisted
bj Miss Julia Gross and MLs Fannie Rob
ertson, will glvo a recital on Saturday, Juno
15, at 2.M p. m.. at Beyer's Recital Hail,
corner Seicntecnth and Locust streets.
The following will uke part.
Mrs c. Beckers.
Dora Wertz Emile Schulz.
Irma Gottfried. Clara Schuster,
elara Tiemejer, Edith Blankenmelster,
Lulu Sommerhauln. Julia Blankenmelster.
Rudolph Schoeribeck. Rudolph Olsen,
Arthur Eekert. S Rosinsky.
On Saturday the freshman clnss of the
St. LouLs University were entfrt.ilned at
"Glence'e Terrace." the summer home of
Mr and Mrs. J. J. Broderick. who are pa
trons of the Institution. A special car. dec
orated with the class colors. left Union
Station nt half after 7 In the morning with
the clas on board, the students provided
with baseball outfits, camera, bathing
suits and fishing tackle Near St. Paul a
picture was tnken of the interior of the
car ard It.s occupants. The party reiched
Glencoe at an eiriy hour, and shortly after
its arrltal luncheon was serTeil on tho
lawn A boat trip on the Me ramec nnd
li'-hlnf excursion formed a feature of tlu
day, with dinner urTed out of doors, be
fore the return home. Among the guests
The Reierend Otten.Mr. McGenry. S. J.
S. J.. Mr. D. Johnon. S. J.
R. Bsrne. H. Krembs.
E. Sandoval. D. Frost
II. Anslnger. J Htlmerlch,
F. O'Learj- 11 Gummersbich,
R. Padtierg. ". Donnewald,
R. Hoolan. J McGr.ith,
C Newman. J. W. nick.
E. Hendrlx, . 1'ollmann.
V. Rebuni. J Herbert.
J. Reiburn. e). St. Stepka.
J. Albrecht. E. elehrung,
Ed O'Hritn. N. I'ezolt.
On Katurdav evening a farewell party
was given to Mr. R. Harweck of Texas by
eome South Side friends at tho home of
Miss Gusle Ellermann.
Tlie early part of the evening was spent
In dancing, after which came a music pro
gramme. At 12 o'clock supper was served.
Among those present Tiere:
Gussle Ellermann. Clara Young,
Anna Hanses, Louisa Strube.
R. Harweck. F. Harbart,
E. Hartmann. E. Wilson.
Last week Mrs. II. D. Brandt entertained
her sewing club In honor ol Miss Iyone
Roscnbium, whose marriage to Mr. C L.
Jones took place Tuesday afternoon. Miss
Rosenbaum Is a member of tho society and
the affair was planned as a surprise and a.
"plate shower, uch member presenting;
her with a decorated plate.
Luncheon Tras served lat In tho after
noon. Among thos- present were:
Crone. Ida Lubke,
Grlese. 1 Bock.
Lulu Gricse, Emily Felchman,
Charles Slaughter, Alfred Piatt
Mr. and Mrs. II. Epstein celebrated their
ehlna wedding last Wednesday afternoon
and evening at their home. No. 1722 Dol
man street. They were the recipients of
Mrs. Bertha Munsey of Kingston, and
Mrs. W. J. Wyatt of Hamilton, Mo. wero
Knets of honor at a musical given by Mrs.
Stephanie Bolms of No. 3201 Lucas ave
nue laut Monday evening.
Tho Misses Susie and Lulu Duncan of
Kansas Cltv. Mo., who are the guests of
Miss Anna Force, were entertained by Miss
Grace Hemdon of No. KCS Page avenue, on
Tuesdav evening. Among those pre-ent
were: Misses Patio, Havens, Anna Force.
Lulu Bridges, Edna CarutherH. Carrie
Moore and Josephine Godron: the Messrs.
Fred Long, rrank Me.ier. William Mout
lanl, Fre-d Godron. Randolph Henry. Frank
Foy, It. Bridges and Christy Herndon.
The Silver Star Club give a party at the
home of Miss Clara Wulff, No. Ssi". Etiston
avenue. The guests were entertained by
recitations by Sadie Doyle. nng by the
members of the club. Instrumental music
by Clara Wulff, a piano duet by Margaret
ITcndlvlIle and Sadie Doyle, and .eieril
other Interesting numbers. Refreshments
Tiere serred at 11 o'clock.
Among those present were:
Sadie Dole. Julia O'Learr,
RosoStreck, Annie Howard,
Margaret I'rcndlvllle, Clara Wulft".
Frances Johnson, AlmaKuehllng,
Sybtlla Schutes. Bessio Green.
Grace Heetfleld, Lulu WulfT.
Ellen Sweeny. Lizzie Mettler.
Angella Eagen, Annie Sneeny.
John Hixllan. Frank Rienarman,
Thomas Blake. JohnEagen,
Arthur Kienarmtin. John Murphy,
Barth Preii,liun Hubert Davlsson,
MKs Alice EIlion of Cabanne entertained
a few friends Siturday afternoon In honor
of two High School graduates, the Misses
Millie Young and Ora Le Owen.
Among the guests were:
Dra Io OiTen,
Arrivals are not numerous at Harbor
Point as yet, but many improiements are
being made. The elder or these Is a large
casino and theater 87x210 feet. This is some
thing th.it tho Point hns long needed, the
o'd casino being entirely Inadequate for tho
erowds. The new casino is girled with
huge beams Ipavlng the entire lloor spaco
clear for dancing and social entertainment.
The stage will be fitted with scenery, drop
curtains, and all the accessories of the best
cltv opera-houses. This will make It pos
sible for tho leading troupes to play dur
ing the rammer season.
Visitors to Harbor Springs villi mis the
Kensington Hotel, more recently called the
Dewey. The hotel burneti last winter anl
only a heap cf rubbish remains where onra
Tias the best known resort In this part or
Mr A. L. Little arrived jesterdav nnd Is
superintending thi preparation or his cot
tage for the season.
Mrs-. A. M. Holliday entertained at euchra
on Friday. afternoon. About twentv-four
guests were present. The game of the aft
ernoon was -ix-handed euchre, the prizes
being won bv Mrs. A. I. Miller. !Ir-. Celeste
Tracy and Mrs. D. W. FlershIm Amome
the gue-t.s were:
WlllUm J. Stone, A. P. Miller.
M. P. Morrell. J. B. Widen.
A. CStcTens, Bayard.
Mrs. J. Juengst gave a euchre and dance
Thursday evening at her home. No. B1S2
Raymond nienue. In honor of Mls Lizzie
Alleman of Hermann, Mo., who is vlsitinjr
friends In the city, after a month In Texas.
Mrs. Juengst's daughters. Misses Minnie
and Tina, assisted their mother In enter
taining. Atter playmg euchre the prizes were
awarded, as follows: Miss Pauline Shuman
and Albert Nelsch. first; Miss Lena Shuman
and Robert Woodrlng. second; and the con
eolation prizes to Miss Hazel Shuman and
Joiejsh Juenjrst. A supper was Mired at
11:20. American beauty roses, on a raised
cushion, were placed In the center of the
table, while wreaths of cut flowers over
hung the chandeliers and extended to each
corner of the cloth. The parlors1 were deeo
rnted with ferns and American beauty roses.
Dancing was n special feature of the eTen
lng. Miss Allemnn will de-part for her home
at Hermann. Mo . next Wednesday, accom
panied by Miss Minnie Juengst.
Wedding Imitations should be correct in
form and or best material and workman
ship. Onlcr from Mermod & Jaccard's,
Broadway unci Locust, society stationers,
and they will be above criticism.
MIs LeTfetlvn Mnrth;! ClIntnT, nrA a
luncheon of eight covers at the St. Nlcholis
Hotel on Tuesday. In honor of Miss Flor
ence Knunlze of Denier, who hns been vis
iting St. Lniils friends. Miss Kountze de
parted the same evening to attend the com
tnencemint exercises at IJryn Mawr Cid-le-ge.
The rlas, of p-)2 of St. Vincent's Sem
inary tendered tho four graduates of this
Tear a luncheon at the Mercantile CTlub on
Thundav afternoon. Mrs. Reglna II. C.r
lln chaperon;.,! tho party. Pretty ilecora
tions. as we-ll ns the clever toasts spol.im
In the Toung women. cnliTcned the luu
eheon An Informal musical followed. Tho
e-ommencement exercUes will be held
1 on ret Thursday at the seminary on
tiiumi nno Lucas avenues.
As the guest!) of honor nt the luncheon
Thursday. lllsrs Cora Miller. Gertrude
Hutchison, Katherine MeCormack and Ma
ImI Thierry at nearest to the hoste-is and
ehaperone. Mrs. R. M. Cariin. The mom
lers of the class of 13J2. who sale the
luneheem. were llls-es Margaret White
Downey, Gertrude Moore, Adrlanne Ijicih,
Ilcgin.t c-riin. Agnes Ljnch, riorencs
Miller. Nelin Murphy. Mario Burki Marie
Stntil. May e'unnlngham and StelH Shay.
Red and white carnations nnd grtcn fenis
the 15C0 clas colors were grouped in dec
oratlie forms on the tablo and about the
dining-room. The guests favors, beside
each plate. w re caniatlons and swet
reae. After the luncheon, Mrs. Cariin
called for toasts. Miss Gertrude Moore pro
posed 11 Tory pretty clnss sentiment, to
which Miss Corn Miller, the clas vale
dictorian, respondeel. Miss Marie Staed pro
posed another loist, responded to by lllas
The High School Girls' Literary Society
Tras organized in Februnrj". 1t3-. with foui
teen charter members, nnd now numbers
about Kk). In Januirj. 15D7. tho society held
Its first public meeting, nnd graduated
three of Its members, since then itc en
tertainments have bei-n a regular feature
twice each year In January and June nnd
the number of graduates from its ranks
has steadily grown until at the coming
eercies to lie held In the High School
auditorium. June 11. thirty-Hie joung wom
en will Is; graduated, and will become past
members The efforts of the member.-, havo
giien pleasure to more than ono Urge au
dience ilurlng the exlstcnco of the society
whe-n tln-y have entertained with mu-de.
ei-ujs, debates and orationH. In addition
to these public entertainments somo of
the members hale won honors In Tarious
contets for prizes offered by the Sons of
the ReToIutlon. the first prize haling been
taken by two of its members, and honora
ble mention lxlng made of tho efforts of
several others. Among these who haie been
mot earnet workers for the organization
in tho past may be mentioned the Illumes
Anna Ha dock, Magdnlcna Mcsmer. Nan
nie Albright, lorie Flint and Laura M.
Burt, the latter the originator of the plan
that has be'en so successfully carried out.
Tlie present prtsldlne officer Is Miss Mary
PERSOXAI. MENTIOX. ,
Mr. Howard F. Kohlcr will sail for Eu
ropo on the steamer Oceanic June 13. He
has nrranged a trip to London and Pari",
and will also Tlsit Italy, Switzerland and
Germany, with a special expedition to
Oberammerguu to Tlew tho Passion Play.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth A, rock cave a
private car party last week, taking a num
ber of jcung people down to Mississippi
on the Peck car for a wck's etay. Their
guests were entertained on an old planta
tion on the banks of the Tombigb"o River,
and spent a thoroughly unique and enjoj
able week. Thews who went were: Miss
Hazel Peck. Miss Jessie Leonore, Miss My
r.i Opel. Ulard Carmlchael, Joe Howard
and Leo Peck.
Yesterday Mrs. Leonorl chaperoned the
same party of joung people to King's l,ake,
where they will spend two days.
Mrs. J. Zahn of Hermann, Mo., has ar
rlied In St, Louis to spend scleral weeks
with her mother, Mrs. E. Kuhl.
Mkss Ully F. Carl of the South Side, a.
graduate of the Ursullne Convent, las left
St. 1Ouls with a party of friends for New
York, and will sail for Europe and the
Paris Exposition June 12.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hiiberman will be at
home to their friends Sunday. June 17. In
honor of the graduation of their daughter
Mis. Theodore J. Enslln. formerly Miss
Ida Belle Phelps. Is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Phelps. No. 33a
Miss Jessie M. Johnson of Detroit Is visit
ing Mrs. W. E. Grajson of West Morgan
Doctor Lionel S. Luton -will depart on
June 10 for (Chicago, where he expects to
spend a jear In post-graduate study at the
Cook County Hospital.
Mr. ami Mrs. McDearmon departed for
Denver Friday, to attend the wedding of
W. N. McDearmon. Jr.. and Miss Kath
Mrs. J. II. RItter and little daughter.
Alice, of Chicago, are belnc entertained by
Miss Clara B. Miller
Doctor O. L. Van der Au departed yester
day for Europe, where he Trill spend the
bummer In traiel.
Mrs. Ellevne E. Peters of Omaha Is visit
ing her mother, Mrs. John J. Holt.
MKs Bensberg of Milwaukee Is tho
guest of Mrs. C. Marquard Torster. Miss
Bersberg Ins come to attend tho wedding
of her brother and Miss Scltz.
Miss Isabel Myerson of the South SIdo
is visiting friend In Allenton.
The Misses Sieger of Lynch street gave
a lawn party on Wedncelay for tho ben
Ilt of St. Agnes's Church, Many pleasant
features were Introduced.
Mr. Louise Schneider of Victor street
lias departed for a summer trip to Cali
fornia. Mrs Sam Smith, who went to Colorado
with her nephew, Mr. Sam Smith, In hope
of benefiting his health, has been called
homo suddenly, on account of the serious
Illncs of her brother, Eugene Field of
Mr. Charles D. Blehle and his friend,
Fred L. Young, sailed on June 9 for a
tour of Europe, and a Tlslt to the Paris
Exposition, nnd they will return Septem
Miss Anna Duddy has none to Abingdon,
III., to spend a week with relatives.
Miss Gertrude Rockwood and Miss. Lucy
Rockwood will go to Chicago on Tuesday
for a visit. Joining their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. II. Rockwood. and Miss Lili.i Rock
wooel at their summer cottage at Petoskey
tho 1st of July.
Mrs. B. F. GIvens Is attending the com
mencement exercises at Faj-ette this week.
Mrs. T. M. Howard. Jr., Is visiting her
mother. Mrs. M. R- Ketchum of No. CSS
West Belle place.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stllh have returned
from their trip to Buffalo and Niagara
Falls, uhere thev went upon their return
from Mobile and New Orleans.
Doctor Otto A. Wall, Jr., left for Macki
nac Island after spending some time In Hot
Mr. nnd Mrs. Simon Stelner of No. 4013
West Pine bouleiard will be at homo Sun
da June 17, in honor of their daughter.
May. Tiho will graduate from the High
School on Juno 13.
Mis Hertha C. Hlrt of the South Slle Is
entertaining her' cousin. Miss Anna B.
Strohm of Los Angeles, cal.
Mr. Louis Buch or No. 312J Ohio nvenuo
will sail for Europe June 14. He will visit
Germanj-, France, Switzerland and England.
Mr. and Mrs. C B. Smythe have gone to
their cottage at Prior Lake.
Miss Delia Pierce of No. 4KB Fountain
avenue departed Wednesday morning for
Rolla. Mo.. whre she will spend a month
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rust expect to com
mence housekeeping nt No. S0., McPherson
aienue about June I Mrs. Rust will ar
rive from Danvll'e. Kj, on Tuesday.
Miss Clara Hoppius was given a "linen
shower" bj- her joung friends on Juno 6.
Sr TT V, , ... CAvln. 1,f- j
1.ip. x. jw A)cis wi 0asiAM, .such., ana
bar ""Bbtars. iMscht and Nina, -will sj-
! rive In the city to-day to attend the funeral
I et lira A ,.a ........... .. rk...... T1.
-". nicoimuKiiier, .lint. Aiiunma iw
O Rellly, on Monday morning.
Mr. Fred Brooks entertained friends last
Wednesday afternoon and evening at his
home In Maplewood. Tho guests were: Miss
Effie Jackson, Ml;s O'Shea. Miss Wormser,
Leo Jackson. invid Blickwtll, August
Angler and LcwIh Mcclain.
Among the 1 idles who predded at the
various refreshment brilh during the lajln-r
or the corner stone r the new St. Teresa's
a.iim-H iienneii. 1;. i;yau. Jloej ami i,ti".
nnd MNhih Angle and Mnrj- Deioy. Blanche
Rvan. Mamie K.ut7e Miniio and Katio
Bjron. At Mrs Wllle'a bo.iii. Mines. Fran
cis B. Wlileand Childers: Mls. s Itlrdle anl
Ai.nlo W!ll. Emma and Minnie Rosenthal,
Frances Koen.er and Mjmie- rst.
Mrs. John T MeCarthv will snend the
summer with her nudlnr. Mrs. John W.
Donaldson, of Wi'bMer G'oies.
Mr. William II. Koetter will depart on
June 1G for A lengthy Eastern trip.
Mrs. Cornelia Rlngen and her sl'ter, Mi"s
Matilda Prufroel . wlio hns Just lieeii grad
uated from Mirj- Institute, will sail from
New York on June 23 to make a long sum
mer tour through Europo. Miss Priifroek
will remain in Dre-sden for the winter to
Miss Rersie gpirer of No. S11G Locust
street entertnlned a few of her friends at
her home on IYIday evening. The feature
or me evening wis a peanut hunt, wmrn
afforded amusement, a pMze being given
to tliH person gathering the most peanuts.
Mls Spieer will go to California In a
few elajs for the summer.
Miss Mary Norrls Berrv will depart to
nizht for her heme In Kansas, where shB
will spend several weeks ls-fore goln
nbroad for tho summer. Miss Berry expcctH
to spend scleral mintbs in London studj--lng
Tooal music with Blanche MarchesL
Mr. and Mrs. John SehroTs entertained
n nn.nli.1. nf . ?.,... nl.t. .ii- .. h. .. ..
.. .,u,.iL"L. ... jmum KUI. II III tt I J uai ..J
nt the Cave on Triday night for Miss Lotto.
.rvitruiii.. rt.iv is u fcruuuaie 01 mis inonin.
Mls S. Panders has returned from a
Washington, 1). C, trip.
Mls Mabel Halllaell of New York Citv.
formerly of St I-ouls. is visiting her friend.
Miss Suslo Docrr.
Mrs. George Warren Brown will po to
Wequeton'ing to open her summer cottage
there about the 1st of July. Mr. Ilrown
departed lat we-ek for New York, and
sailed jesterdav for Europe with a p-irtv of
men friends. He will prolnblv Join Mrs.
Brown at the lakes late In August.
Wedding Silverware Mermod . Jaccard's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. R, C. Moore of No. 2S.I
Gejer aienue gaTo a children's partj- Frl
elay eiening In honor of the sixth birthday
of their little daughter Lucille. Games were
plaje'd and elancing indulged in by the lit
tle folks. Tho dining-room was decorated
with plants. At D o'clock refreshments
were scried. Among thos.. present were:
Lucille Moore, Cecil Moore,
Lillle Klino, Willie M. Barton.
Felicia Hnnnan, Charlie O'Hauer.
Isabel Amniann. Gussie Abe ling.
IdaUlrlch. Robbie Ramaej-.
IV ST. LOI IS COUTY.
Most of the clubs and other organizations
that furnish social amusements h.iTe dis
continues! for the summer, and ns a conse
quence there is rather a dearth of social af-
lalrs in the e-ouiitT Outdoor amusements
are ttcII patronized. howcTcr. anel the ten
nis courts or Webster and Kirkwood. alo
the links rf the Algonquin Goir Club nt
Webster Park, aro croiveled dally b- j'oung
men and women or the suburbs.
The Reverend Father Stemker of St. Pe
ter's Catholic Church In Kirkwood. who de
parted some time ago ror a European tour.
has been heaiu irom at pari", r-rmce. lie
told In n letter to one or his parishioners or
the TTonderrul rights at the Paris Exposi
The graduating class of Kirkwood 1IIII-t.-irv
Academv caTe a musical Wednesday
afternoon at the Wetzel Memorial Church.
Miss Helen Kaufman of ebster is vis
iting her cousin. Miss Virginia Smith, in
Tho teachers of the TTebster Public and
High School exict to spend at lea-t a por
tion of the summer at 'olnmbla. Mo. Miss
Delano will leaTe Wedrc-vlay, and MLsses
Mllliean. IJchenor. Gibson and De Yoncr
haTe signified their Intention of going in
tne near luture.
Mr. E. T. Lewis of Webster Groves anl
his d-ohter. Miss Edith, will depart Tues
day for a tour thre.uith Colorado. They
wlll be gone tnrougnoui tno summer
Miss Maude Johnson cf Kirkwood gave a
linen Phnv.er last week to Miss Lucy King,
one of Kirkirood's June brides. M!-s King
will ! married on June 11.
To-day Is children's day at the Webster
The "Saturday Euchre Club" had nn en
Joj'able eTenlng at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Nlchol last night. It wus tha last
meeting of the club for the summer seascn.
A concert xrlll be given Tuesday eTen
lng at Armory Hall In Kirkwood ror thq
benefit ot the Kirkwood Improicmcnt As
soc! itlon. After the musical programme
ts rendered there will be danclnj.
I ST, LOVIS COCATY.
Miss Daisy Martin of Springfield. Mo., Is
visiting Miss Eleanor Caso In Ferguson.
Mr. and Mrs. Henrj" C. Carr hae rented
their home In Ferguson for the summer and
Trill depart to-daj- for a Michigan summer
Mrs. E. P. Brjan of Ferguson his been
entertaining Mr. and Mrs. John Scott Grant
of St. Ioul3 during the last week.
Mrs. Raj- Malste-r of London. England. Ifl
the guest of Mrs. M. W. Miller of Ferguon.
Mrs. W. II Turner of Evanston. HI . Is
visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Harris In their
cojntrj- home at Dor-lor Heights.
Miss Daisy Snj-eler of Allenton departed
last Mondaj- for Columbia. Mo., to attend
a summer school at that place.
Mr. R. H. Stevens of Clajton Is visiting
relatives anil friends in Palmjra. Mo.
Professor J. Will Andrae. principal of the
Price School, departed for Uarrtnsburg last
Wcdncsda to attend a summer normal
school at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Ednard Trnmpe and. their
two daughters, Mls-vs Clara and Augusta,
of Black Jack, departed last wetk for a trip
ROTES rnoii ALTOX.
Misses Daisy TempUn nnd Ellse Leverett
of Upper Alton attended the Schock
Beardsleo wedding at CarlinviHo Wednes-
iiss Bessie Van Home of Jerseyillle was
tho guest or Mrs. Oilier O. Sttlle Tues-
"h'ss Trancls Hopkins of rortago Des
Sioux. Mo., is Tlltlng the Misses Saucier.
Mrs T. C. Teasdalo has returned to fct.
Louis after Tislting Mrs. Mary Murphy In
Mrs. John Levis and daughters. Misss
Nelllo and Marie Levis, of Chicago, are
the guests of relatlTe-s In Alton.
Miss Ida Phelps Euslln of Brooklyn. N.
Y.. Is a visitor In Alton.
Mrs H. S. Matthews Is entertaining her
granddaughter. Miss Jennie NIsbett, of Chl-
Mls Emily Wempen is visiting Mrs. J. J.
Roach nt Aurora. Ne b.
Mrs. Edward Gray has returned to Mil
waukee. E. L. Stanton Is entertaining her parents,
Mr. anil Mrs. A. C. Stanton, of Battle
Creek. Mich. ..,,..
Mr. H. '. HcPike entertained the Cook
ing Club Wednesdiy.
Tho Reverend Doctor and Mrs. Melvln
Jameson haTe gono to St. liwrcnce County.
New York. lor the -ummer.
Misses Beulah Sohn and Mollie Del.thoj-d
of Audubon. Ia.. are visitors in Alton.
Miss Edith Mills or Sin Diego. Cnk.and
sister. Ml" Constance Mills of New T.ork.
gave a concert l"r!diy ntternooa at the Al
ton Conservatory rooms to their friends In
Colonel and Mrs. A. M. Jackson. Captain
and Mrs. George D. Ilaton and Mr. T. C.
Jackson of Western Militarj Academ). ct
tendd the Schoek-Beardslee Tied ling
Mrs J. K Bern- Is entertaining Miss JeS'ie
Crow or Carllni lllc.
Miss Helen Taggart has returned from
Hlrt Dorothy Boswell Is Tlsitlng In Ox
MLss Carrie Cunningham ts 'ntertalnlng
Miss Sarah Brown of Clei eland. O., at her
home In Euclid place-. ....
Miss Martha Shields or Upper Alton Is
Ti-lting in St. !uls.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rodgers gaie a einrli
party Friday eiening. Prizes were ttoh bv
limes. David A. Wj-ckoff and George 21.
Levis nnd Messrs. Ebcn and Edward
Mrs. G. E. Bennett has returned to Fort
Worth, Tex., from a visit to Mr?. A. K.
Miss Amanda Johnson Is entertaining
Misses Maria Smith and Rena Elliott of
Mrs. T. H. Kauffman Is visiting In Lex
Mrs. M. E. Carr has gone to Philadelphia.
Mrs. A. Darrow Is entertaining Mrs. T. W.
Wade or O'Fallon.
Miss Genevleie Baker or Chicago is visit
ing nt the home or Mrs. Marj' J. Baker in
Misses Vesta Greene and Daisy Davis of
Kane are guests 01 uiss uuian iiewiit.
Mrs, ti. is. Maium ana caagaicrs
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Eunice ind I-ontin Tatum, or St. Louis,
were ilsitnrs at the Shurtleff College com
mencement exerd ies.
Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Grassmuck of St.
Iuls ilslted Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Bowman
Miss Edna Hosklns Is visiting relatlies In
Mm. William Armour has returned to Chi
cago after visiting her sister, Mrs, J. M.
Mrs. Virginia L. McKlnney entertalneel
Saturday eiening with a musical at tho
l.onii' ot her parents. CnpLiJii and Mrs. J.
W. Hill. She whs assisted by Mrs. Sldway,
Misses Nolle Burbrldse. Mario Schlcss, Doc
tor II. K. Se-hussler and Messrs. C. D. Una
s' n and Frank Pickani. Among the guests
Tiere Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cunningham of
Hannibal. Mo.; Mrs. Sldway ol Chicago.
MHs Hortense PIckard or Ilasa and Misses
Kina Marey and Sue Hearne and Mr. Howe
or St. Louis.
Pl"al Corresponde-nce of The Functav Rubll3.
EdiiardsTtile. HI.. June 'J Major and Mrs.
i. R, Prickett lifted Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward I. Prickett In St, I-ouls last week.
Mrs. C. H. Ljnch has returned from
Wlnuna. Minn., where she spent a month
with fcer sister, Mrs. Blume, wlfo of the
Reverend Charles F. Blume.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Ring of Redwood
Falls. Minn., who are visiting In the city,
and Mr. and Mrs. II D. Gillespie of Ed
Ti.TdsvlIlo celebrated their wedding anni
Tersarles together this week. There was a
social gathering at the home of Mrs. 11.
J. Newshim In the West End. Miss Lyda
Collins. Mi's Mary Handshy and Henry
Gillespie, all or St. Louis, were among the
Mrs. J. G. Irwin is visiting in Carlyle.
Mrs. James Warden of Springfield. Mo.,
arrived this week to visit Mrs. E. Vollrath.
Misa Nellie Kelb-r anil her guest. Miss
Josephine Trarcs. of St. Louis, have gone
to Greenville to spend some time with the
former's sister. Mrs. F. W. Fritz.
Mi's Ruth Robinson entertained a com
pany of joung womn Friday afternoon at
her home on Kansas street.
Mls Nell Harnett Is entertaining Miss
Hnttle Morehead or St. Louis.
Mn. D. A. Ljnch has gon to Columbia,
Mo., for a Tlslt to her daughter, Mrs. Leo
Mrs. J. W. Terry has returned from
Kirknood, where she attended the Ewlng
Abrams wedding. She Is a relative of the
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Bascome arrived
Wednesdaj- night from St. Louis, to visit
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. O. Bonner of Fair avenue.
Miss Margareth Smltn departed Friday
morning Tor a Tlslt to friends at Charleston
Mrs. O. F. Isensee Is visiting the Misses
Reuter at Nashlllle.
Miss Mary C. Jeffress will bo graduated
from the BeethoTCn Conservatory or Music
in St. Louis Thursdaj- night. She Is now In
St, Louis, the guest ot Miss Jennie Morton
of Von Versn aienue. who will also be
u graduate of the conservatory this year.
AT JKl'FER-SOX CITY.
Jefferson City. Mo.. June S Miss Marj'
Perry of St. IjiuIsj spent Monday and Tues
day with friends In this cltj
Mlra Frieda Knaup departed Wednesdaj
for St. louls. where she will visit Miss
Mies Elizabeth Johrson of Boonvllle ar
riied Wednesdav to visit Miss Miller Pope.
Mrs. V. M. llobbs and Mrs. George W.
Hobbs are guests of relatlies In Kansas
Misses Mabello Stone and Minnie Crafton
villi depart this week for St. Louis. Miss
Stcno has been the guest of relatives for
Mrs. George M. WTJfcims of Dallas. Tex..
departed MonJay for Boonvllle to visit her
parents. Colonel and Mrs, Robert McCuI
loiiRh. Mi.ss Emma Carrlngton. who has been the
guest of her brother and famllj for some
weeks, returned to her home In Fulton on
Mls, Nat Wells of Chicago Is visiting her
rnrent Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Wells.
Miss Hattle Gordon returned from Knn-
ssis City on Tuesday after a visit or nine
Miss Ada Oldham and Miss Mollie Cham
bll.j, who hnie been teaching In Kansas
CKj. re-turned home earlj In the week.
Mrs. John Johnson of Indianapolis, ImL.,
iiho has been a guest of her sister, Mrs.
Joseph Florj-, for a week, returned horns
Miss Celesle Price spent last week In
Columbia enjojlng the round of caj dies'
Incident to commencement week. She was
the guest of Mrs. Turner Gordon. During
her absence, her mother. Mrs. A. C. Price,
fpent the week at Sweet Springs, the gucftt
of her son nnd his wife, Mr. and Mrs, Law
Miss Hattle Eraser of Knnsas Cltv Is
listing her grandmother, Mr?. 11. C. Eraser.
Mr. and llr. Samuel Thornton of Black
water are guests of Mr. and Mrs, S. II.
Mrs. 11. T. Holmes has returned from a
visit to her daughter, Mrj. II. Clay Haj-s,
In Washington, D. C
Miss Anne Sullivan lias returned from a.
visit to Mrs. John J. Carrel! In St. Ijmla.
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Nol.ind. who Tiere
married Wednesday mornltg. dppa'ted e.n
the noon train for Grand Island, Neb., to
reside ther". .....
The Mioses Nellie Evans ond Katherlno
French of Sweet Springs, who were visiting
Mrs. Z. T. Orear, returred to their horns
Goiernor end Mrs. Stephens. Misses Anna
Birch. Katherine McIIearj-, Messr?. C. A.
Winston and Claud Clark spent Wednesdiy
Mr. and' Mrs. Alfred Raker nnd children
of St. Louis spent last Jundiy In the cltj
the guests of friends.
Miss Gertrude Marshal! arrived last
Sundav from her home In t Icksburg, Miss.,
to Tlslt her cousins, the Misses Marshall.
Mr George L. Nelde will depart tr-rnor-ro'iv
for a two weeks' vacation In the moun
tains near BatesilIIe, Ark., where his wire
and little daughters went thr-v weeks ago.
On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Chester
Harding e-ntertalrcd about thirtv young la
elles at her home on AiUms street, compli
mentary to her cousin, who is visiting her
Irom Wlnlleld. K.t . MIs Gertrude Oliver.
After the gue3ts had assembles! a gcogrph
io.il contest occupied them for some time.
Prizes were awarded to the ones who proved
to have the best knowledge of geosraphj-.
A dainty summer luncheon closed the 11ft
.,.u. Amemir the guests pre-sent were lhe
I Misses Marian and Cirri Davison: Daisy
ind I,etltla Marshall: Winnie and Jllller
' Pope nnd Elizabeth Johnson of BoopTlili;
Gertrude tieisberg: Mame and Gertrude
Ramse-j-; Beulah Edam and Kathenno
Young of St. lu!s; Rosllle Reid and her
rou'ln. Loretta Held, of Shelbtnr: SophLt
. Rotkhold; Kittv Pitt-: Helen Pinkerton;
Nellie and Lulu See: Hattle and Xilna
Gordon: Alma Gas.s Dallmier; Matt Bol-
' ton Mrs. Margaret II. Robinson Asst3t(j
her sister. Mrs. Harding, in the cntertain-
I ment of her rrletids.
' Mrs W. A. Moore was hostess for last
1 week's meeting of the Wednesdaj- Club.
1 Only the members or the club were invited
and progressive euchre was played, with
pretty prizes ns a llnale. Llsjht reiresh
ments concluded the afternoon. The mem
bers present were limes. StampnL Glesecke.
tt- j Edwards. DuIIe Burkhardt, Dall
nvr. Wildbrrger. H. B. Church. Jr.. F.
I C. Church. Bauer. Jeff rei ss and Mrs.
Moore s motner anu sisit-j, .ni. . x. aau
Hcnrj' and Mrs. E. It. llogc.
Mr and Mrs. G. J. Stamptll entertained a
dozen of voung persons last Saturday night
veij- inro'rmally. complimentary to Miss
Lorctti Reid of Shelblna, Mo. Progresslvo
euchre was played, without prizes. There
were three tabl'-s and eight games. The
joung people enjoying Mr. and Mrs. Starrp
lil'.s hospitality were the Misses Martin and
Carrie Davison. Sophia Rockhnld. Reeulise:
ard Loretta Rcld: the Messrs. Harry Hul-tt,
Albert Calson. Charles Davison, A. D. EI
ston. Joel Reid.
A wedding of much interest to many- of
tho Capital City people was that of V. O.
Uraae, Speaker gt Umt, f tho last
Wife and DangMer
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General Assembly and one of the members
of the Revision Commlttce.whlch took placet
at Joplln, where he was married to .tiiss
Sadie Llchllter. Mr. Coltrane's home Is In
Springfield, where he 1
tlco of law.
On Friady afternoon :
rarij- was given oy u
Miller I'one at their
s"H.iheth Johnson of
liirs wer adorned with largo clusters, of
sweet peas, nasturtiums and ros-Et and ta
bles wire arranged lor thlrtj--twa piayers.
The bevj" of j-oung women and matrons
who attended were gowned in prettj- sum
mer organdies of light colors. Favors were,
awarded In the shape of two pictures, the
first "Babj- Stuart. In oval frame, and
Cupid Awake" for the second, while th
consolation prize was a large bunch of
sweet peas. Miss Gertrude Marshall of
Vlcksburg. Miss., dispensed fruit punch
throughout the afternoon. The guests oa
this occasion were the Misses Minnie Strat
ton. Bes-ie Miller. Bessie Clark, llarj
Gantt, Ethel Edwards. Alma Gass. Daisy
and Lctltla Marshall. May Corwln. Anne
SulllT.-tn, Celeste Price. Pauline Dallmeyer.
Marian Davison. Katherine McHenry. Matt
Bolton. Octal la Lesueur. Edna Gordon,
Mabel Stone. Rosaline Reed. Nellie Boona
ot Kansas Cltv, Katherine Young and Anna
Birch of St. Louis, Gertrude Marshall of
Vlcksburg. Loretta Held of Shelblna;
Mme. Manchester. Watklns of Richmond,
Va.. Anderson ot Clinton. Gus Prlesmeyer.
Gieeeke. W. J. Edwards and Miss Gertruda
Oliver of Wlnlleld. Kas.
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