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SOCIETY can hardly be said to bo
existent these days. St. Paul la
taking on more the methods and
manners of a large city, in that society
h:>s now a definite season of its own
from November until Easter, after
Which very few women pay much at
tion to snial demands. The period of
relaxation is now almost at its height,
and for ihe few who are left it is diffi
cult v* get raore than a handful for the
occasional tea which the presence of
some visitor Inspires. Now that society
has found its bearings and does not
claim all seasons for its own, much bet
ter defined plans can be made and car
ried out than under the regime of a few
years ago. when there was as much
entertaining: done in the dog days as in
the middle of winter. Probably the
time will never come when all gayety
in town in summer will be banished, as
St. Paul is essentially a summer city,
lo which many charming visitors come
during July and August, and their
coming' will always occasion some fes
tivity. Bill with exceptions of this
kind. so< lety is no longer to be found.
The Country club is taking a new
lease of life this year, although it has
always been well patronized. Every
dfy between four and six many well
kiinwn women are found round the tea
tables, on the verandas, or engaged in
tfnuis and croquet. For the old-fash
ioned game of croquet is again becom
ing popular, as if* Appeals to many
"vromeri"\TtiO "Would never think of play
ing either of the more strenuous
games. An innovation in the way of
an orchestra to play during Saturday
afternoons and evenings, is going to
make these days more than ever pop
irtar, and the many informal Saturday
night dinners bring out about all the
well-known people left in town. These
rlub dinners and small bridge luncheons
are the only ripples on the social stream
at present.
From London to Rome, and from
Maine to California, are now scattered
persons from this city to whom the
summer is literally a time of vacation.
Among those who have crossed the
ocean are Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stickney,
and ili.-s Stickney, Judge and Mrs.
George Brooks Young, Mrs. L. D.
wllkes and Mr. and Mrs. Frank B.
Kellogg, who have gone to England.
All up and down the Atlantic coast
are people of this city enjoying the
ocean breezes. Among them are Mrs.
D. A. Mudge and family of Laurel
avenue, on the Massachusetts coast;
M*s. W. J. Dean, Mrs. Wallace Winter
and. Mrs. H. P. Ritchie at Little Comp
ton, where Mrs. Charles L. Spencer
ainl Mi|# Xlough also spend their
summers. In Connecticut are Mr. and
Mrs. John Farrington and Miss Far
riugton, and Miss Florence Auerbach
is with friends in New Jersey. These
are but a few of those who have gone
away for the season, while many who
remain part of the summer at home
are spending some time viewing the
beauties- and wonders of the St. Louis
fair.
Miss Gordon will leave soon for
Mount Clemens for a short stay. Mrs.
Gibson (Bessie Durham) has been the
guest of her mother, Mrs. Cass Dur
ham, of Summit avenue, and will spend
the remainder of the summer at Min
netonka. Gen. Morgan and Mrs. Mor
gan, of Holly avenue, will leave soon
for a visit with relatives in Cincinnati
and St. Louis. Mrs. John S. Prince and
Miss Prince will not return from Mexi
co until the autumn. Judge Morris has
returned from Duluth and is at the
Aberdeen. Mr. J. J. Parker, of Cleve
land, has been in town for a few days
aqj left on Friday. Miss Florence
Hotchkiss, of New York, who has been
Mtss Hardenbergh's guest, has gone to
Detroit. Mr. J. B. Meagher, of Good
rich avenue, has been spending a week
in the country on business. Miss Day,
of^ the Angus, has returned from St!
Louis. Mrs. Thomas Fontleroy and
children, of St. Louis, is visiting her
pajents, Dr. and Mrs. c. E. Lee, of
Western avenue. Mrs. L. H. Maxfield
am* family, of Goodrich avenue, have
gone to their summer home at Lind-
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strom. Mrs. (\ A. Severance has been
spending a few days in town, the guest
of Miss Gordon. Mis? Judson, of Sum
mit avenue, has gone to Wyoming to
visit Mrs. Gary (Julia Freeman), and
wili be gone until autumn. Mrs. E. L.
Shepley, of Summit court, is entertain
ing her sister, Miss Perm, of New
York.
Mr. J. H. Skinner has gone to New
York. Mrs. John Wright will spend
part of the summer with Mrs. Tarbox
at White Bear. Mrs. Ewing, of St.
Louis, will come up in July to visit her
mother, Mrs. Day. at the Angus. Mrs.
W. F. Graves, of Summit avenue, has
gone West. Mrs. E. L. Hersey, of
Summit avenue, has gone to the At
lantic coast for the summer. Miss
De Coster, of Summit avenue, will give
a luncheon Friday for Miss Rossum.
Miss Kalman, of Summit avenue,
gave a small luncheon Friday. Mrs.
George Senkler. of Goodrich avenue,
has gone to Milwaukee. Mrs. Morton
Barrows, of Lincoln avenue, has been
entertaining her brother, Mr. Noble, of
Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Secor, who
have been at the Aberdeen for some
time, have gone to New York. Mr.
Charles Potts, of the Aberdeen, has
returned from St. Louis. Mrs. Ru
kard Hurd, of Nina avenue, has re
turned from Mount Clemens. Mrs.
Charles Schuneman has returned from
Minnetonka. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Van
Sant have been spending a few days
in Chicago. .
The wedding of Mr. Earl Goodrich
Lee and Miss Jane W rood will take
place Wednesday night at the Wood
residence on Laurel avenue. Mrs. John
D. Miller will be the matron of honor
and the Misses Nancy and Katherine
Wood will be their sister's bridesmaids.
Mr. Lee and his bride will be at home
in Minneapolis after September.
Mrs. Howard James will give a small
bridge luncheon Tuesday afternoon at
White Bear. The Misses Gilbert, of
Portland avenue, have returned from
St. Louis. Mrs. Alexander Stone, of
the Aberdeen, is. visiting relatives in
Augusta, Me. Mrs. F. M. Bingham, of
Dayton avenue, entertained informally
Sunday night for Mrs. Fitzgerald, of
Buffalo. Mrs. J. W. Edgerton, of Port
land avenue, has returned from Chi
sago.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. E. A. Whitaker and Mrs. M. L.
McCormack returned last week from
Sinsinawa. Wis., where they attended"the"
alumnae meeting and golden jubilee cele
bration of St. Clara college.
Miss Kathryn Laura Wolfrum and Mr.
William Theobald Moeller, both of this
city, were married Tuesday, June 2L in
Denver.
Mrs. F. E. Holman, of Temperance
street, gave a linen shower Thursday
evening in honor of Miss Josephine Buck
ley, one of the June brides.
Mr. Clarence Morganstern and wife. St.
Joseph, Mo., are visiting his mother, Mrs.
Y. Morganstern, 163 Kent street.
Mrs. B. F. Miller and son Oakes, who
have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Shea, of Laurel avenue, left for
Grand Forks, N. D., last Thursday even
ing.
Miss Minnie Brandtjen, of Fuller street
is visiting Miss Constance Day, of Fair
mont, Minn.
Miss Frances Murphy, of Old Town,
Maine, Is visiting with her sister, Mrs.
Peter A. Schaub, of Laurel avenue.
Mrs. E. A. Carnes and daughter, of
Fuller street, have returned from St.
Louis.
A very pretty home wedding was that
which took place at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Hane. Kent street, Wednes
day evening, June 22, when their niece
Miss Alice J. Williams, was united in mar
riage to Mr. Gust E. Bergren. Rev. A. J. D
Haupt officiating. Miss Edna Hane, a
cousin of the bride, was maid of honor,
and Mr. Jesse Lewis best man. The
rooms were very prettily decorated, the
parlor being made very attractive with
foliage, pink roses and carnations. In
one coiner a large canopy of smilax was
made, tiom which was suspended a bell
of ferns and carnations, under which the
bridal party stood. The dining room was
in red. carnations and peonies being
used. The music room was in green and
white, roses, gladioluses and peonies be-
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 1904
ing used. Frappe was served in the mu
sic room by Miss Selma Lindberg. Others
assisting about the rooms were the Misses
Esther and Clara Hane and Miss Helma
Swanson. of Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Bergren will be at home
after Aug. 1, at 848 St. Anthony avenue.
Miss Jean Duncan spent Sunday at
White Bear.
Mr?. E. P. Schmitz and daughters, of
Washington. D. C. are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Nicholas Lahr, of 178 Bates ave
nue.
Col. and Mrs. E. H. Milham, of St. An
thony avenue, are entertaining Miss B.
FASHIONS FROM VOGUE
Prepared Specially for THE GLOBE
Nothing is more refreshing to the
eye on a warm day than a pretty girl
daintily clad in a fresh white frock,
.and white in all materials is seen in
the shirtwaist suit. Looking back for
a few seasons brings a wondering as
to why these dresses were not always
worn, and also thanks to the athletic
girl for bravely insisting upon shorter
skirts for the links and tennis courts.
Three inches above the ground is not
too short; in fact, hardly short enough
for deep dust or dewy grass, and this
is considered the standard length for
the summer suits. White lawn is the
material used in the model illustrated
today, and the skirt is in seven
breadths, but slightly gored, and with
three two-inch tucks run at even dis
tances. The fullness at waist line is
in plains stitched down on edges to
give the effect of a graduated yoke,
with box plait at front. The waist
has yoke at front and back extending
over tops of sleeves, and outlined by
rows of stitching which continue along
shoulder seam. Below the yoke at
back the groups of tucks are full length
from under tabs, at front and on
M. Coburn, of Boston; Miss Elizabeth
Warner, of Salisbury, Conn., and Miss
lone Vose, of Chicago; Miss Ethel Ellis.
Sioux Falls, and Mrs. C. T. Baiiey, Du
luth.
Max Hagenbeck has recently returned
from a trip to Wyoming. __^___
Miss Stella Niquette entertained twenty
young lady friends with a yachting trip
Wednesday evening.
Miss Alice Hosmer, of White Bear, was
a guest of Fannie Duncan, Congre&s
street.
Mr. Vernon Nelson Robbins and Mi^s
Pauline Griggs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. Griggs, of this city, were married
on Thursday at Wilmington, Del., and
will reside at Lewisburg, Pa.
The marriage of Miss Ella E. Ludwig,
daughter of Mr. and Mi's. Fred Ludwig,
.to Mr. Oscar E. Admns took place Thurs
day-evening at 8 o'clock at the St. Pauls
Lutheran church. A large iecention fol
lowed the ceremony at the fcide's hojne
on Bidwell street. Misses Bertha- and
•Lydia Ludwig. sisters of ttia bride, at
tended her. Louis Andersen- was best
man. The ushers were Mr. Peter Leitnor,
Louis Stoven. Otto Behm and Ban Stas
sen. The bride was gowned in ivory silk
crepe de chine over taffeta and carried a
shower bouquet of Ulles of the valley and
white sweet peas. The maids were
gowned in ivory voile owr silk, wore
lace hats and carried large armfuls of
pink sweet peas. Mr. and Mrs. Adams
received many handsome presents. They
will be at home to their friends after
Aug. 15 at 94 West George street.
Mrs. J. Geysenheimer and daughter,
Mr?. Breeze, from Tneoma, Wash., are the
guests of Mrs. Fred Ludwig, of Bidwell
street.
Misses Mary and Katie Hoefo, from
Montgomery, Minn., are the guests of
Mrs. Fred Ludwig, of Bidwell street.
LODGES AND CLUBS
On Tuesday evening ISureka Lodge No.
9, A. O. I. W., will have as guests Grand
Master W. B. Anderson, Grand Recorder
C! J. Lai son and Grand Receiver J. B.
McGuire, who will assist in the initiation
of a class of forty candidates, which will
be followed by a j«orl«l session, after
which a light supper wHI be served.
Ellsworth circle gave a handkerchief
shower Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
F. A. Twiss in honor of her mother, Mrs.
Paulis' birthday. Covers were laid for
thirty.
Independent hive. Ladies of the Macca
bees, will give an 1 ice cream festival
Wednesday evening on the grounds of the
old Blakeley residence, Jackson and Tenth
streets.
The Territorial Pioneer Woman's club
will hold an all-day meeting with Mrs.
Bolles and Mrs. Tubbs on Wednesday,
June I' 9. at 411 North Fourth street, Still
water. Take Stillwater car at Seventh
and Wabasha at 9:30 a. m. Basket lunch.
The ladies of the Central Christian
church will give a strawberry supper to
morrow evening in the basement of the
church.
WEST SIDE
Miss Elizabeth Colestine Cassen, daugh
ter of Mrs. Mary Cassen. and Albeit
Horace Sheldon were urited in marriage
Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock at St.
Michael's cfiurch by Rev. Father O'Neal.
Mis<? Beatrice Lucas was the maid of
honor. The best man was Theodore Mc-
Ardle. The ushers were Messrs. Frank
Elliott. George Cassen. Edward . Kelly.
Stillwater; Frank Lavocat and Fred
Elliott. After an Eastern wedding trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon will be at home at
83 East George street.
Miss Eleanor Dobson. a bride of this
week, was the guest of honor at an in
formal evening given Friday at the home
sleeves three inches is the length at
which they stop. A flat collar buttons
high over the usual stock at front and
is stitched to waist at lower edge, end
ing in dovetail points at top of front
box plait. Pearl buttons fasten front
and cuffs. The belt is a narrow strap
of white leather. A petticoat to be
worn with any of these dresses should
come to the middle of the hem, other
wise, when the wearer stands with the
sunlight behind her, a discrepancy is
most apparent. The fad for hatless
rides and walks is on the wane and
in its stead the lingerie hat reigns su
preme. Most becoming, too, are these
dainty bits of headgear, when the edge
of brim and crown are finished with
a frill of lace, and with a white or pale
pink ribbon tied around the crown in a
wide looped bow at front, and two lit
tle roses tucked away under the brim
towards the back in a color to match,
the effect is charmingly youthful. Eas
ily made, they are, too, only a wire
frame, wide brimmed with low small
crown and some mousseline to be shir
red at each wire around; either with
a tuck or plain, and this any clever girl
can surely do.
of Mrs. A. W. Wittman, of West Isabel
street. The hostesses were Mrs. A. W.
Witlman. Miss Anna Steidl and the Misses
Christianson. Others present were MiSS
Lola Rhody, Miss Louise Dobson, Miss
Bessie Newton. Miss Cole. Miss Ella
Rutherford and the Misses May and Lil
lian King.
Miss Margaret Carroll, of East Wini
fred street, gave a five o'clock tea yes
terday afternoon in compliment to Miss
Pansy O'Brien, a July bride. Monday
evening Mrs. M. P. Hunt, of Midway ave
nue, will give a dinner for Miss O'Brien.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Schurman. of East
Congress street, entertained last week
Mr. a"nd Mrs. W. M. James, of Brecken
ridge, Minn., while enroute to St. Louis.
Ben Baesler, of East Isabel street,' re
turned from California last Monday,
where he attended the meeting of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.
Miss Irma Just, of Concord street, ac
companied by her aunts. Mrs. M. Schleck
and Mrs. Ml Mullins. left last week for
Fort Pierre, S. D.. for a month's visit.
Mrs. Theo. H. Koerner. of Stryker ave
nue, is spending the summer months vis
iting, relatives and friends at Applrton
and Fond dv, Lac, Wis.
Dr. and Mrs. 11. G. Dampier, of East
Winifred street, entertained Dr and Mrs.
C. E. Dampier, of Crookstqn. Minn., the
past week.
A benefit ball is to be given Thursday
evening of this week at Workman hall,
corner Greenwood avenue and East*Roble
street.
Rev. H. Plantikow and Rev. George
Spaeth, of East Winifred street, attended
camp meeting at Buffalo Lake the past
week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sachse, of Pres
cott street, have returned from St. Louis.
On Tuesday afternoon the marriage of
Miss Jennie Alice Thayer and Mr. Louis
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B. Lawton took place at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Thay
er, on East Winifred street.
Mr. D. W. Crandall, of Ottawa avenue,
has returned from a short trip to Duluth,
Minn.
Mr. G. W. Haack and daughter Emma,
of East Congress street, have returned
from a visit with relatives in Milwaukee.
The wedding of Miss Theresa Hurley
and James Innes will occur Tuesday
morning at St. Michaels Catholic church.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Schlelter have return
ed from their wedding trlD in the East,
and are at home at 380 Prescott street.
Miss Stella Fales. of Hudson, Wis.,
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. N. A. Fale.s,
of Prospect terrace, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mackie," of East
Isabel street, are enteraining Mrs. H. W.
Staples and Miss Staples, of Lowell, Mass.
Mrs. W. Mahoney and Mrs. J. W. Gil
boy, of Superior, ar<» visiting Mrs. S. E-.
Wainwright, of East Congress street.
Mrs. D. F. Skinner, 01* Valparaiso, Ind.,
the guest of her niece, Mrs. Geo. F. Dix,
of Hall avenue, has returned home.
Mr. G. T. O'Brien, of Dunedin terrace,
has been entertaining his brother, Rev.
Father O'Brien, of Milwaukee, Wis.
Mrs. E. Theim and daughter Edna, of
East Isabel street, are guests of Dr. and
Mrs. McKoen, St. Michaels, Minn.
Miss Nellie Shanley, of Stryker avenue,
entertained Thursday evening. A com
pany of twenty guests was present.
Miss Bridget Ryan and Mr. Jesse Mur
phy will be married Wednesday morning
at St. Michael's Catholic church.
Miss Eva Baer, of East Congress street,
and sister, Miss Alice Baer, are in St.
Louis, attending the world's fair.
Grove No. 18, Woodmen Circle, gave an
ice cream social at Harriet Island yes
terday afternoon and evening.
Mrs. B. K. Rowee and daughter, Miss
Minna Rowe, of Bast Robie street, have
returned from Winona, Minn.
Mr. Hovanger. of Hudson, Wis., the
recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. Roed, of
Winifred street, has returned.
Miss Lena Smith, of Winslow avenue,
entertained Friday evening the League of
the English Lutheran church.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Frautschi. of Concord
street, entertained the past week M. F.
Phflegur. of Ortonville, S. D.
Mrs. Ober, of Chatfield, the guest of
her daughter Mrs. J. Moriarty, of Midway
avenue, has returned home.
Miss May Camden, of East Winifred
street, left last week to spend the sum
mer at Walhalla, N. D.
Mr. George Shaw, of Cloquet. Minn., is
visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Shaw, of Hail avenue.
Miss Ella Dorr, teacher at the Hum
boldt high school, has left for an extended
trip through England.
Miss Agnes Self, of East Isabel street,
entertained the members of the Navajo
club Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. McGuire, of West
George street, have returned from the
St. Louis exposition.
Mrs. Frank Torrey, of Bancroft street,
has returned from a visit with relatives
at Lake City, Minn.
Mrs. C. W. Meyers, of East Congress
street, has been entertaining Mrs. Procter,
of Litchfield, Minn.
Miss Clara Bircher. of Ohio street, vis
ited last week at Braham, Minn., the
guest of relatives.
Miss Agnes Agnew. of Faribault, Minn.,
is the guest of Mrs. S. G. Horsnell, of
Cherokee avenue.
Miss Splan, of Rochester, is the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Moriarty, of East
Winifred street.
Mrs. A. Mample entertained at dinner
Thursday evening at her home on East
Congress street.
The Luther League of the English Lu
theran church will picnic July 4 at
Groveland park.
Miss Gertie Melzer. of Stryker avenue,
entertained the King's Daughters Tues
day avening.
Miss Florence Schilling, of Colorado
stieet, is at St. Louis attending the
world's fair.
Mr. Ralph Robertson, of Manistique.
Mich., is visiting George S. Bircher, of
Ohio street.
Last evening the Swedish Lutheran Mis
sion held an ice cream social at 375 Con
cord street.
Mrs. Arthur Martin, of Winslow ave
nue, entertained informally Wednesday
afternoon.
Mrs. H. Steinmueller. of Presoott street,
has returned from a short visit at Car
ver, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F Dix. of Hall avenue,
have removed to White Bear lake for the
summer
Mrs. Keuchle. of Milwaukee. Wis.. is
visiting Mrs. A. Mample, of East Congress
street.
Mrs. J. A. Fortin and family, of East
Congress street, have moved to Fargo,
N. D.
Miss Anna Furlong, of East Winifred
street, has returned from Hankinson,
N. D.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Emerson and son, of
Cherokee avenue, have gone to Boston,
Mass.
Miss Krey, of Ostkdale avenue, has re
turned from a week's visit at Belle Plaine,
Minn.
Mrs. S. E. Bronson. of East Tlobie
street, has returned from a visit in Chi
cago.
Mrs. B. F. Wright, of Morton avenue,
is entertaining Mrs. Wright, of New York.
Mrs. Warstler, of State street, has re
turned from a visit at Lindstrom, Minn.
Mrs. V. J. Hawkins, of East Isabel
street, has returned from Austin, Minn.
Mr. M. J. Motiaity. of East Winifred
street, has returned from Duluth, Minn.
The young ladies of the Laete Dccem
club picnicked at Wildwood yesterday.
Mr. J. J. Mahoney. of South Robert
street, is at Fort Benton, Mont.
Messrs. Will Dreves and Bert Rauden
bush are camping at Long Lake.
John Gallagher, of East Congress street,
has returned from Waseca, Minn.
Mr. Arthur Camden. of East Winifred
street, has gone to North Dakota.
Mr. Harry Miller, of East Winifred
street, is in Grand Forks, N. D.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cosgrave and Miss Ber-
nice Clancy, of East Congress street,
have returned from a visit at River Falls,
Wis.
Mr. O F. Weaks, of Ottawa avenue,
has returned from Duluth, Minn.
Mrs. S. Kinsey. of Prescott street, is
visiting at Stewartville, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis L. Williams have
returned from Glencoe, Minn.
Miss Florence Durkee. of Prospect ter
race, has gone to California.
Frank King, of Concord street, has re
turned from Montreal, Can.
Miss Furlong of East Winifred street,
is visiting at Rich Valley.
John McDaniel. of East Winifred street,
has gone to Portland. Or.
Miss Myrtle Gessart, of Eadt Winifred
street, is at Red Wing.
Mrs. Blakely is entertaining Miss Bush,
of San Francisco, Cal
Mrs. Harmer. of East Winifred street,
Is at Hayfield, Minn.
The Ladies' Study Class picnicked at
Wildwood yesterday.
Mrs. C. Smith, of Clinton avenue, has
returned from lowa.
Mrs. W. Stoner, of the Dodd road, is at
Winnebago City.
Mr. Thomas Milton has returned from
Chicago.
EAST ST. PAUL
A pretty home wedding occurred last
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Kirby. on Olive
street, when their daughter, Susan Eliza
beth, was married to Charles Hayden.
Rev. Dr. Wright performed the cere
mony in the presence of about 100 of the
relatives and friends of the bride and
groom. Miss Alice Kirby, sister of the
bride, was bridesmaid, "and Mr. Philo
Wilcox w:is best man. The ceremony
was per;?-—-;d in the main parlor before
a large v,w,.^w, which was draped with
trailing asptuagus vine and formed an
arch. Pink and white lady slippers were
used with pretty effect in- various odd
shaped vases. Miss Eleanor Bodenstadt
played Mendelssohn's wedding march.
Dr. Wright preceded the bridal party as
it moved down the stairway. The groom
and his best man came next, followed "by
the bridesmaid and the bride, who was
met by her father, who gave her away.
The bride was gowned in white silk greh
adene over white silk and carried a
bouquet of marguerites. She wore a long
veil, the maid wore white mull. A
stringed orchestra played during the even
ing at the reception. The out-of-town
guests were Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Hill, of
klk River, and Mrs. Gearheart, of Anoka.
Mr. and Mrs. Hayden left in the evening
for Pittsburg. Pa., and the world's fair,
and will be at home after September 1 at
616 Ashland ay.
Miss Jeanne Docherty and Mr. William
Gates were married Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Docherty, on Winnipeg avenue. Rev. W.
J. Gray, of Pacific: Congregational church,
officiated. Miss Margaret Docherty was
bridesmaid and Charles Gates was best
man. A wedding supper was served. The
rooms were tastefully decorated with
carnations and ferns. Mr. and Mrs. Gates
have gone for a short wedding trip and
will be at home after July 15 at 512 Can
ada street.
The Epworth League Society of Grace
M. E. Church met Tuesday evening in the
parlors of the church. Officers were elect
ed as follows: President, Miss Jean
Biash: first vice president, Roy Constan
tine; second vice president. Miss Millie
Kimball; third vice president. Henry
Berry; fourth vice president, Mrs. George
Gunlach; secretary. Miss Edna McGiven;
treasurer and organist, Miss Dora Bur
nett.
Miss Anna Moberg and Mr. Emil Dahl
were married Wednesday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the home of the brides mother,
Mrs. Augusta Moberg, on Broadway. Rev.
A. J. D. Haupt performed the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Dahl left in the evening
for a trip to St. Louis, and on their re
turn will reside at Van Slyke court.
Invitations have been issued for the
marriage of Miss Minnie E. Fyhail and
N. P. Wold next Thursday evening at the
Norwegian Lutheran church on Lawaon
street. A reception will be held at the
home of the bride on Jenks street.
The marriage of Miss Esther T. Mean
der, of Minneapolis, and Dr. A. T. Oberg,
of St. Paul, occurred Saturday afternoon,
the 11th, in Minneapolis. Rev. Petri of
ficiated. Dr. and Mrs. Oberg will reside
in the Binder flats.
The mission festival of the English Lu
theran Church of the Redeemer will lie
held July 10 at Waeonia. Rev. J. A. Det
zer. of Detroit, Mich., will preach one
of the sermon?.
Mr. and Mr.s.. Bobert Schioch have re
turned from their wedding trip, and are
at home at Louis and Carroll streets.
Mrs. C. C. Miiter chaperoned a party of
little folks at Harriet island Wednesday.
The Misses Alice and Winifred Twohy,
of Spokane, while en route from Chicago,
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English Scientific. Regular Collegiate degrees conferred on students who com
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advantages in languages, literature, art, voice, piano, violin, etc. „
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where they have been attending school
were guests of their cousin Mrs Mai *
Curran, on Tuesday.
Mrs. F. C. Atkins and family. Mrs
Paden, Mrs. Ostruin and Mrs. Browne of
fe^eS weT haVe S°ne tO Red Rock fo"
tJ£r?" -A- s l toddart- of Case street, is en
tertaining her mother. Mrs. J. French
delphia^Pk MiSS LilHan Fl6nCh ' °f Phila!
Mrs. trank Goss, who has been visiting
w P^ r<'V/- S- Mr- and Mrs- William Cum
basiv Street> has retu™ed to Wa-
™MrStr Nelson- of Herman, Minn., an-1
,rs- HHarm. of St. Cloud, were guests
°* c Mrs. A. Moberg, of Broadway, this
The Florentine Social club meet Tues
day evening in its club rooms to arrange
for a tallyho party to Lake Johanna.
Mrs F. C. Howe, Marion Howe and
Archibald Howe, of Whitall street, have
gone to Chicago to visit relatives.
Miss Ida Thiers will leave Monday for
Denver. Col., and the Hot Springs, where
she will spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Stoddart. of Case street,
will shortly remove to their new home,
Avon and Iglehart streets.
Rev. G. Wachsmuth, of Montana, was a
guest of Rev. and Mrs. O. C. Hiemheder,
of Woodward avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Norton, of Iglehart
street, have moved into their new home.
507 Edmund street.
Miss Emma Brandt, Jenks street, en
tertained during the week Miss Hilma
Brandt, of Anoka.
Miss Marie Thiero will be guest of
honor at the home of Mrs. I. Thiero
today at dinner.
Mr?. Handenstine and daughter Sybil,
of Winnipeg, visited St. Paul friends part
of the week.
Mrs. F. W. McCoy and family and Mrs.
Locke have gone to their summer home
at Red Rock.
Mrs. S. Bolton and Miss Lucy Bolton,
of the Portland, will leave tomorrow for
St. Louis.
Rev. Father Byrne. r>T St. Patrick's
church, has accepted a parish in Minne
apolis.
Mrs. Tengo, of Delavan, -Minn., is a
guest of Mrs. C. R. Wyatt, of Ross
street.
Dr. and Mrs. Olaf Sohlberg, of Forest
Lake, spent a few days in town this
week.
Mrs. Meline. of Case street, has been en
tertaining Miss Blanch Meline, of Red
Win^x ;, .:: .
The Misses Bertha and Lena Hough
have gone to Seattle to spend the sum
mer.
The employes of the Northern Pacific
shops picnicked at Forest Lake yester
day.
Miss Grace Webb, of Fauquier street,
has gone to spend a few weeks at Red
Rock.
Mis. Russell will entertain the Lucky
Thirteen Euchre club Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Edward Heenan and son have gone
to Dcs Moines, lowa, for several weeks.
Mrs. Z. G. Holmes, of Burr street, vis
ited relatives in Valley Creek this week.
Mrs. George Williams, of Case street,
has removed to Minneapolis.
Mr. Frank Stollwrek, of York street, baa
gone to Hct Springs, Ark.
Miss Bessie Lev. is, of Case street, hnj
gone to Milwaukee.
Miss Lillie Simmons has returned from
St. Louis.
Mrs. J. R. Caron has gone to Melros«
to reside.
NORTH ST PAUL
The regular meeting of the Royal
Neighbors was held last Wednesday aft
ernoon. After the business was conclud
ed the ladies enjoyed a game of "An
Afternoon With Kate." Prizes were won
by Mrs. W. B. Walthers and Mrs. E.
Moore. Ice cream and cake were served.
Mrs. W. A. Clay and daughter, who
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. G.
Loudy for several weeks past, returned
to their home in Pennsylvania Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cochran. of St. Paul;
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bodell and Mrs. E. Bos
well, of Minneapolis, were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. E. E. Stone last Sunday.
The members of the Fresbytoriau
church will give an ice cream social next
Tuesday evening at the church.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Freeland and (laugh
ter, of St. Paul, entertained by Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Erickson.
Mr. and Mrs. McGarrey and Miss Carrie
Leetch, of Cumberland. Wis.. visited rela
tives here"the past week.
The marriage of Mr. Emil Hruska and
Miss Minnie Belden took place Wednesday

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