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HOW dependent society is upon
the weather, and how entirely
cloudy skies can upset every
social plan, has been made evident
.Xiriug the past week. It has rained
day since July came in. The
fourth was the best day we have had,
vhit even that was not free from a
jhower. The day was spent quietly in
town^and at the lakes. The terrible
accident at Minnetonka, occasioned by
the exploding of a gasoline launch, has
cast a damper upon this kind of boat
ing everywhere.
Nothing can be done socially in sum
mer without good weather, and this
season is so uncertain that society can
be said to be practically at a stand
still, waiting foF some sunshine. How
ever, small gatherings of one or two
tables of women at bridge can be
hastily gotten together even if it is
raining, and so, in reality, bridge is all
that society is doing at the present
time. All the women who play fairly
well are taking advantage of the dark
days to practice and beginners are tak
ing lessons furiously. Bridge is the
fad of the hour and can be counted
upon to last a year at least. Society
must have a fad, especially in sum
mer, and such a summer as this, for
time hangs very heavy on one's hands.
Tshio Aoki, of Tokyo, and his little
adopted daughter, have been at the
Angus for several weeks, and have at
tracted much interesjt. Aoki is a Jap
anese artist of great ability, and is
here doing some special work. St. Paul
people, who have spent much time in
California, where he is well known,
have met him, and have tried to make
his stay here a pleasant one. The la
dies at the Angus have taken much
interest in the little Japanese girl,
who, except for her face, looks like a
sturdy American girl. Mrs. Francis I.
Towle, of Fairmount avenue, invited a
few frjends informally to meet Aoki on
Friday, when he showed some of his
work gave an exhibition of skill
and rapidity with his brushes.
Mrs. Frederick Gardner, of Chicago,
will be the guest of Mrs. J. W. Bishop,
of Mackubin street, for a few days
this week. Mrs. Bishop will give a
small pinner Tuesday night in honor
of Mrs. Gardner, and her sister, Mrs.
Homer Johnston, who is also her
guest. Mrs. Sherman Finch and fam
ily, of Portland avenue, will leave this
week Tor the seashore on the Massa
chusetts coast, near Cape Cod, for the
summer. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Robert
son will remove this week from West
ern avenue to the Lansmere, on Arun
del street, where they have taken an
apartflient. Mrs. W. W. Price, of St.
Albany street, has gone to Philadelphia,
called to her home by the serious Ill
ness 6f her mother. Miss Charlotte
Hardeobergh has gone to Lake Su
perior points and to Michigan with
Mr. ard Mrs. J. P. Elmer and Miss
Agnes Elmer.
Miss Elliott, of Seattle, is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Ford, of Crocus hill.
Miss Kelly, of Goodrich avenue, will
return next week from the east. Mr.
and Airs. H. S. Johnson, of Cleveland,
have arrived and gone to the country
for a -month. Miss Carlton, of Eliza
beth, N. J will spend a few weeks with
the MTsses Abbott, of Dayton avenue.
Mrs»_H t E. Bigelow, of South Ex
change street, will spend August at the
seashore and making visits in-the East.
Miss Constans, of Summit avenue,
gave a bridge party Thursday after
noon. * Mrs. E. G. Rogers, of Sum
mit avenue, gave a small bridge party
Friday afternoon. Mrs. C. E. Flandrau
and Mt. C. M. Flandrau have gone to
Mexicoj Mrs. C. J. A. Morris enterain
ed two tables at bridge Friday night.
Miss Rachel O'Brien gave a launch
party on the river yesterday in honor
of Miss Rossum, a bride of this month.
Mr. Cass Gilbert, of New York, Is in
town for a few weeks. Gen. and Mrs.
M. R. Morgan, of Holly avenue, left
for the East on Friday. Miss Kitty
Marvin, of the Angus, gave a small
tea Wednesday afternoon. Miss Fran
ces Tajbox, who has gone West for a
business trip, has been in Seattle for
several days, and will visit Mrs. Snapp
for a^ short time. Mrs. Theodore
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Schultze, of the Island, White Bear,
gave a luncheon for young girls on
Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rollin
Sanford Jr., the bride and groom, went
abroad on their wedding journey, and
have recently been in London. They
will return to St. Paul the latter part
of this month. Miss Emily Gilbert, of
New York, is the guest of Miss Eliza
beth Skinner at White Bear. Mrs. C.
S. Slaymaker, of the Aberdeen, has
gone to Alexandria.
Mrs. Ralph T. Hatch, of Chicago, is
the guest of Mrs. Rossum, of Lincoln
avenue. Miss Rowe, of Tacoma has
bee n spending a few days with Mrs.
Fernald, of Lincoln avenue. Mrs. De
Coster and Miss Da Coster, of Summit
avenue, have gone to Osceola. Mrs.
A. D. S. Johnston, of Summit avenue,
has returned from the West. Mrs.
Ordway, of Summit avenue, will re
turn to Providence this week to reside.
Mrs. Cook, of the Angus, gave a small
bridge party Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Charles "Delavan Parker, of
1272 County road, St. Anthony Park,
has issued invitations for the marriage
of her daughter, Isabel Davis Parker,
and Harry Burgess Roe, of Minneap
olis. The ceremony will be performed
by the grooms's father, Rev. A. D.
Roe, of Minneapolis, at 7:30 on the
evening of July 12, at the home of the
bride's mother. Mr. Roe and Miss
Parker were classmates at the Minne
sota university. Since graduation Miss
Parker has been the assistant of Prof.
Harry Snyder in the chemical labratory
of the Minnesota experimental station.
Mr. Roe is a member of Phi Beta
Kappa, an honorary society of the state
university, and is a civil engineer at
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton H. Dancy, of
St. Paul, announce the marriage of
their daughter, Ethel Hendee Dancy, to
Walter De Forest Prouty, of Minne
apolis. The ceremony was performed
by Dr. Charles D. Andrews, of Christ
Episcopal church, July 7, at the home
of the bride's parents, in the presence
of only the two families. Mr. and
Mrs. Prouty left for a short trip and
after Aug. 15 will be at home at 18
Grove place, Minneapolis.
Miss Carrie Misz has returned from
Portland, Or. Otto B. Misz, who has
been in this city on a short visit at
his home, left Monday for San Fran
Mrs. Mary Cook* of Mohawk. N. T..
is visiting her daughter Mrs. * Alice
Lyon, John street.
Mrs. Casserly, Aurora avenue, and
Mrs. Budsley, Seattle, have returned
from the St. Louis exposition.
Mrs. Wilenchiek, of St. Paul, wishes
to announce the engagement of her
daughter, Clara, to Harry Abramson,
of Superior, Wis., which will take place
Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Horwitz, 121 East Fourteenth
Miss Mabel Mac Lagan entertained
informally Thursday afternoon in' hon
or of Mrs. J. W. Altier, of Billings,
Mrs. M. Walter, of East Sixth street,
and daughter Lulu have returned from
Waconia, Minn.
Miss Henrietta Schlerf, of Washing
ton, D. C, is spending her vacation at
the home of her sister, Mrs. H. W.
Riess, of Fort Snelling, Minn. Miss
Schlerf has charge of Brightwood
school in Washington, and will remain
at Snelling several months.
Mrs. C. Winterer and son Alfonso, of
Randolph street, spent the past week
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fassbinder,
of Oak Grove cottage, Mahtomedi,
Mrs. H. W. Dickman, 963 Beech
street, was surprised Tuesday after
noon by the ladies of the Elysian club.
A very pleasant afternoon was spent
and the ladies presented Mrs. Dick
man with a beautiful dish.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Lewis left last
evening for Atlantic City. They will
visit Philadelphia, New York and Bos
Thomas A. Dolenty and Miss Emma
Doienty, of No. 612 Canada street, have
taken a two months' trip to Montana
and the Pacific coast and will visit the
Yellowstone park before their return.
Mr. M. Walter, of 770 East Sixth
street, has returned from Montana.
Ladies' Aid Society No. 12, Auxiliary
to the Sons of Veterans, will give a
dime ice cream lawn social tomorrow
evening at the home of Mrs. R. Sin
clair, 57 Twelfth street, between Cedar
and Minnesota.
The Union of Circles, Ladies of the
G. A. R., will go on a basket picnic to
Excelsior tomorrow. Minneapolis &
St. Louis train leaves union depot, St.
Paul, at 8:20.
Unite Hive No. 33 held their regular
review Wednesday, after which the
members and friends were entertained
with a musical programme and light
The Royal Ladies will hold their an
nual picinc at the home of Mrs. S. D.
Dysinger, White Bear Lake, Wednes
day, July 13.
Pride of St. Paul Lodge No. 25, La
dies' Society of B. of L. F., will give a
card party Thursday afternoon at
Bowlby hall. Those in charge are:
Miss Marion Murray, Mrs. C. W. Ex
trand and Mrs. J. T. Lyons.
The Ladies' Aid Society of St. Sig
fried's Church will meet next Thursday,
July 14, at 2:30 p. m., with Mrs. Ekvan,
785 Iglehart street.
The Copeland Camp M. W. A. will
hold memorial services In St. Sigfried's
church, corner of Eighth and Locust,
today at 10:30 a. m.
On Wednesday evening, July 6, a
number of ladies, consisting of the
mothers, wives and sisters of members
of the Philippine Veterans, met at Cen
tral hall and organized an auxiliary
to be known as Carleton Camp Society
Army Philippines Camp No. 1. Mrs.
F. E. Krembs was elected president
and Mrs. T. C. Fernald vice president.
It was decided to leave the charter
open for a month so as to enable the
ladies who were not at tills meeting
to become charter members.
The auxiliary will meet at the
president's home on July 20, at 3 p. m.,
395 Hope street, for a social session,
and to perfect arrangements for a card
party to be given at their next regular
meeting, Friday Aug. 5, at Central
hall. The president urgently requests
all ladies who are eligible to member
ship to Be present at the social meet
ing at her home, also at the regular
meeting at Central hall Aug. 5.
Prosperity Lodge No. 19, D. of H.,
will hold a basket picnic at the Como
picnic grounds Wednesday, July 13, for
members and their friends.
Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Dampier and chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sander and
daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stod
dard and daughters, of East Winifred
street, have gone to Lakeville, Minn., for
a month's outing.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Moriarty, daughter
Lucille, Miss Margaret Lawler and Miss
Margaret Galvin, all of East Winifred
street, have returned from Rochester.
Minn., where they spent the Fourth of
Miss Alice Davis, of Braham. Minn.,
who has been visiting her cousin, Miss
Clara Bircher, of Ohio street, has re
turned home.
Mrs. S. G. Horsnell, of Cherokee ave
nue, entertained last "week her cousin.
Mrs. H. Agnew, a returned missionary
from. Africa.
Mrs. P. Norman and children, of Gran
ite Falls, Minn., the guests of Mrs. J. B.
St. Claire, of East Robie street, have re
turned home.
An ice cream social will be held this
afternoon and evening at Harriet island
under the auspices of Capitol Legion, No.
Mrs. Fred Ludwig. of Bidwell street, is
entertaining Mrs. J. Geisenheymer and
daughter, Mrs. Breeze, of Tacoma, Wash.
Miss Nellie Kehoe. of Ohio street, has
returned from New London, Minn., where
she attended the wedding of her cousin.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Schurman, of Con
gress street, have been entertaining Mr.
and Mrs. R. Free, of Spencer, lowa.
Mrs. J. W. Ryan and daughter Meretta,
of East Winifred street, left Friday for
Maple Lake to spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Prinzing. of Alice
park, are entertaining Mrs. R. Prinzing
and children, of Faribault, Minn.
Mrs. J. St. Pierre, of Concord street, has
returned from an extended visit in Mon
treal, Can., and Detroit, Mich.
Miss Ethel Madson. of West George
street, has returned from a ten days'
visit at Clear Lake, Minn.
Mrs. E. M. Fullington. of East Congress
street, is entertaining Mrs. Anna R. Kit
tridge, of Portland, Me.
Mrs. Spangler. of Bidwell street, is en
tertaining her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Ken
nedy, of Duluth, Minn. "
Mrs. F. Young', of Concord street, ac
companied by her sister Clara, has left
for a visit to Denmark.
Mr. T. Gould and son Charlie, of Con
gress street, have returned from a fishing
trip at Big Lake, Minn.
Mrs. R. L. Graham, of Alice park, is
entertaining Mrs.- W. Williams and son,
of Brooten-,* Minn.
Miss Maud Myers, of East Congress
street,- haa returned from, a visit at
Litchfield, Mtlm.
Miss Helen O'Brien, of Dunedin ter
race, has returned from a short visit in
St James, Minn.
Miss Kittle Galvin, of East Winifred
street, has returned from a visit at Belle
Plaine. Minn.
Mrs. H. B. Warren, of East Winifred
street. Is entertaining Mrs. Wlarren, of
Miss Mayne Fahey, of Alice park, has
gone to Watertown, S. D., for a few
weeks" visit.
Mrs. J. S. Kimball and daughter Pearly,
of Dunedin terrace, are visiting In Du
luth, Minn.
Miss Cograve, of East Congress street,
is entertaining her cousin, Miss Isabel
Christie, of Superior. Miss Mildred Ad
ams, of Milwaukee, was the guest of Miss
Cograve the first of the week.
Miss Florence Schilling, of Colorado
ex?osi'tion S returned from the st- Louls
Mrs- A- J. Reeder, of Anita street, is
entertain ng Mrs. M. Rudd. of Los An
geles, CalA
Miss Margaret Carey, of Concord street,
ever^rf a company of friends last
t Mis? ,_Lucy Reean, of East Congress
street, has returned from a visit in Mil
Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Loos, of Louisa
street, have returned from a visit in
Mrs. H. H. Bray ton, of East Winifred
street has returned from a visit at Mah
Mr Max yon Hagenback, of Congress
street, has returned from a trip to "Wy
Mr. T Madson. of Cherokee avenue, will
return this evening from a visit in Chi
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clyde, of Green
wood avenue, have gone to Crookston,
Mrs P. H. Gibbons, of St. Pierre ter
race, is visiting relatives at Lanesboro,
Mr Robert Lawdon, of East Robie
street, has returned from Redwood Falls,
Mrs. C. B. Dodge and daughter, of East
Congress street, are at Prairie Farm,
Miss Abbey Lawton, of Cherokee ave
nue, has returned from White Bear lake.
- Mrs. T. Gould, of East Congress street,
is entertaining Edgar Dent, of Chicago.
Miss Marie O'Brien, of Dunedin ter
race, is visiting at St. James, Minn.
Miss Bertha Nabersberg, of the Dodd
road, has returned from New York.
Mrs. George Remick, of East Congress
street, is visiting at Steele, S. D.
Harry Myers, of Congress street, has
returned from Paynesville, Minn.
Mrs. Arthur Randall, of Ohio street, has
returned from Hastings, Minn.
Miss Teresa Casey, of Fairfield avenue.
Is visiting in Spokane, Wash.
Miss Anna Grant, of Andrew street, en
tertained Thursday evening.
Miss Louise Bassitt. of Bidwell street,
is visiting in Berlin, Wis.
Miss Eva Baer, of Bancroft street, has
returned from St. Louis.
Mrs. Kelsey, of Prescott street, is in
San Francisco, Cal.
The menfbers of Grace M. B. church
gave a surprise Friday evening for Mr.
ana Mrs. Vincent F. Devinny, of Burr
street, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam J. Edgar. About fifty were present.
Dr. Ball on behalf of friends presented
Mr. and Mrs. Devinny with one-half doz
en dining chairs. Mrs. Thomas Mitcheson,
Mrs. Herbert Charles and Mrs. Edgar
had charge of the refreshments. The
Misses Berdie and Alice Matthews, Eva
Mitcheson and Edith Mortimer served.
Mr. and Mrs. Devinny expect to move into
their new home at Merriam Park next
week. About fifty were present.
Mrs. Gerber entertained the Idle Hour
Cinch club Thursday afternoon. Prizes
were won by Mrs. J. Fallow. Mrs. Ware
and Mrs. E. E. Lincoln. Thursday aft
ernoon the club will be entertained at
the home of Mrs. Newman, at White Bear
Mrs. C. B. Works and Mrs. Charles E.
Parrott will give a lawn social ne^t
Thursday evening at the home of the
former at 248 Aurora avenue for the ben
efit of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Ar
lington Hills Presbyterian Church.
Mrs. Charles Anderson, of Jesse street,
entertained at dinner Wednesday for Mrs.
Theodore Bunker and Mrs. Frank Don
nelly. Covers were laid for fourteen. The
decorations were carnations.
Mrs. Joseph Rogers, of Olive street, en
tertained at dinner Sunday for Miss Irene
Williamson, who leaves shortly for St.
Louis. After dinner the party went to
Mrs. Hohenstein will entertain the La
dies Aid Society of the English Lutheran
Church of the Rede, mer at her home, 501
Beaumont street, on Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Rose G. McMahon and Mrs. Hun
gerford, of California, while en route to
Columbus, Ohio, have been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Walter McMahon.
The Misses Gladys and Grace Copeland,
of Whitall street, was given a surprise
Tuesday afternoon by about twenty of
their young friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Randall have re
turned from St. Louis, where they went
on their- wedding trip, and left yesterday
for Detroit, Minn.
Rev. J. Adam Detzer, of Detroit,
Mich., was a guest of Rev. and Mrs. O.
C. Krelnheder, of Woodward avenue, part
of the week.
Dr. H. W. Emeny, who has been visit
ing his mother, Mrs. Alice Emeny, of
Fauquier street, has returned to Eldora.
Mr. and Mrs. Wakeman and daughter,
Mrs. Hackett, recent guests of Mrs. Alice
Emeny, have returned to Oshkosh, Wis.
Miss Jeannette Schniedler, of Olive
street, entertained during the week Miss
Bess Dana, of Fond dv Lac, Wis.
Miss Dollie Potter, the recent guest of
Mrs. Caroline Ditmar, of Lookout place,
has returned to Howard Lake.
Miss Frances Parrott, of Case street,
was a guest of Miss Kate Dodds, at
Mahtomedi, part of the week.
The members and Sunday school of the
First Swedish Baptist church picnicked at
Lake Phalen on the Fourth."
Mr. and Mrs. James Herbert, of Jenks
street, are entertaining their father, S.
Herbert, of South Dakota. -
The Mission Festival of the English
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer will be
held today at Waconia.
Miss Frances Young, of Milwaukee, is
visiting Miss Bessie Lewis, of Case street.
Mrs. C. T. Culver, who has been visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mfs. Thomas
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Cameron, of Fauquier street, accompanied
by her sister, Gladys Cameron, returned
to Sioux Falls, S. D., yesterday.
The Misses Hazel and Eula Butzerine, of
Missoula, Mont., are guests of Mrs. Hoff
man, of De Soto street.
Mrs. Bert Sullivan and Edmund Laible,
who has recently returned from the Phil
ippine islands, are visiting Mrs Frank
Warner, in Carver.
' Mrs. J. Moody, of Barnesville, who has
been visiting Mis. C. T. Reed, has gone
to Preecott, Wis
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peterson, of Pine
street, have gone for an extended trip to
the Pacific coast.
Miss Esther Swanson and Miss Lydia
Edstrom, of Grove street, spent the week
at Grove City.
Miss Sarah Norden, Burr street, gave
a party Thursday afternoon for a number
of her friends.
Miss Ora Murray has returned from To
ronto, Canada, yhere she spent her va
Mrs. Morice and daughter, of Case
street, have gone to Delevan to visit
Miss Clara Bauer, of Minneapolis, is a
guest of Miss Fj-eda Arzt, of Olmstead
Miss Isabelle Donnelly, the recent guest
of Miss Florence Curran, has returned to
Miss Esther Swanson, of Grove street,
spent the first of the week in Grove
Mrs. A. Gillan, who has been visiting
Mrs. Borgstad, has returned to Twin Val
Mrs. M. Whitestone and son Arthur, of
Rose street, have returned from Twin Val
Mrs. S. A. Johnson and daughter Gwen
dolin, are visiting in Ghent for two weeks.
Miss Burgemeister, of Whitall street,
is visiting relatives in Larimore, N. D.
Mrs. M. Wicker, of Case street, is
visiting relatives in Hayfield, Minn.
Miss Frances McQuade, of Grove street,
will entertain Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Judd, of Case street,
have removed to Fairmont, Minn.
Miss Ray Clark, of John street, will
spend her vacation in Lake City.
The Misses Bertha and Minnie Hoff have
gone to Seattle for the summer.
Miss Minnie Larson, of Westminster
street, has gone to Portland. Or.
Mrs. Harry Drewery and children are
at Lake Gervais for the summer.
Miss Anna Peterson, of De Sotd street,
has returned from St. Louis.
Miss Bessie Lewis, of Case street, has
returned from Milwaukee.
Miss Ethel Coats, of Clark street, has
returned from Red Rock.
Mr. and Mrs. Whalen, of Duluth, are
visiting Mrs. M. Maloney.
Archibald Howe, of Whitall street, has
returned from Chicago.
Rev. Carl Huser, of Cortland street,
has gone to St. Louis.
Miss Hirst, of Olmstead street, has re
turned from Le Sueur.
Mrs. Addie Cleveland entertained the
Bobolink Cinch club.
Mrs. Cline, of Clark street, left this
week for California.
Mr. Aron Erickson left Monday for Go
lenborg, Sweden.
Miss N. Flemming has returned from
Belle Plaine.
Miss Marie Thiers is at Lake Minne
Mrs. C. J. Allen has gone to Green Bay,
Mrs. A. Cannon is at White Bear»lake.
The Luther league, at its meeting held
Tuesday, elected the following officers:
President, C. M. Lawson; vice president.
Will Stevens; recording secretary, Ed
Engstrom; corresponding secretary Pau
line Carlson; treasurer, Hannah Hed
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Earhuff announce
the engagement of their daughter Char
lotte May to Herald G. Lalns. The wed
ding will take place next month.
Miss Myra Earhuff, deaconess in the
Milwaukee hospital, is visiting her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Earhuff.
Rev. Frank Zimmerman and wife, of
Minneapolis, were guests of Mrs. Hattie
Holmes Monday.
Mrs. Boeringer and daughter, of She
boygan. Wis.. are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Boeringer.
Mrs. Estella Wilcox and children, of
Sparta, Wis., are guests of Mr, and Mrs.
L. M. Stevens.
Miss Clara Temme and Mr. L. Pepper,
of St. Paul, were guests of the Misses
Blase Sunday.
Misses Tillie and Lizzie Fruetel were
entertained by the Misses Rufenacht the
past week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hagaman are visiting
their son, Dr. G. K. Hagaman, at Anoka,
Mrs. Florence Ingalls ana daughter
Vera visited at Lake Minnetonka Mon
Mrs. D. Gustaveson, of Minneapolis,
was a guest among friends here Satur
Mr. and Mrs. William Stoll, of St. Paul,
were guests- of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Mon
Mrs. Carrots and son. of Minneapolis,
were guests of Mrs. T. L. Morgan Mon
Hon. Chauncey Castle, of Quincy, HI.,
is visiting his brother, Capt. H. A. Castle.
The Misses Lizzie and Claire Boody
spent the Fourth at Lake Minnetonka.
Miss Martha Potts spent Saturday and
Sunday last with friends in Gladstone.
Miss Bertha Beebe. of Minneapolis, vis
ited Miss Anna Erickson on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mueller and daugh
ters spent the Fourth in Stillwater.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Schmidt spent a few
days last week in Wabasha, Minn.
Miss Annetta Blasa visited Mrs. George
Rupp in St. Paul Tuesday last.
Mrs. W. Beckett entertained a party at
Wildwood Wednesday last.
Mr. and Mrs. William Eberle are visit
ing at St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. N. Rech has returned from San
Leo, Minn.
Miss Myra Holmes is visiting at Arling
ton, Minn.
Lawn socials will be given Thursday
and Friday evenings on the grounds of the
Nugent institute on East Seventh street
by the Epworth League Society of the
Dayton's Bluff German M. E. Church.
Mrs. W. W. McLean, of Minnehaha
street, entertained relatives on the
Fourth in honor of Mrs. H. M. Berg
and Mrs. John Fischer, of Red Wing,
There were sixteen guests.
The members of the Elysian Card club
gave a surprise Tuesday for Mrs. W. H.
Dickman, of Beech street. Mrs. Dickman,
Mrs. W. H. Durning and Mrs. J. P. Mur
phy won the awards.
An ice cream social will be given Mon
day evening by the Ladies' Auxiliary to
the Ancient Order of Hibernians at the
hall on Seventh and Reaney streets.
Miss Emma Wells, of Chicago, who
spent the past week with Miss Ada Hen
ry, of Bates avenue, has gone to Yellow
stone Park.
Miss Roper, Miss Yoerg and the Misses
Shields, of Maria avenue, were guests of
the L. B. T. V. club at Lake Minnetonka
Dr. Matt Evans gave a talk on "India"
at the missionary meeting held Wednes
day evening in the Atlantic Congregational
Mr. and Mrs. George Nockin, of New
York, who atended the Bohn-Chase wed
ding last week, have returned to their
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bates
Avenue M. E. Church will meet Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. Cole, of Maria ave
The Misses Laura and Ethel Wescott
and Miss Irene Cardie have returned from
a visit at St. Croix and Taylors Falls.
Mrs. Armstrong. of East Seventh
street, is entertaining her sister. Miss
Anna Axt, of Minneapolis for a week.
The girls of the L. B. T. V. club, chap
eroned by Mrs. Good, are camping out
at Lake Mlnnetonka for two weeks.
Miss Rose Reinhart. who has Ween
spending two weeks in Long Prairie, has
returned and is now at Bald Eagle.
Mrs. Drasda. of Beech street, will en
tertain the Ladies' Aid Society of St
John's Catholic Church Wednesday.
Mrs. H. M. Berg and Mrs. John Fischer
of Red Wing, are visiting their sister,
Mrs. ■E. O. Berg, of Conway street.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kneuertz. of the
Binder, have returned from a week's visit
with relatives at Bald Eagle Lake.
Ernest Boxer, of East Fifth street, was
a guest the first of the week of Mr..and
Mrs. C. E. Griswold, of Mahtomedi.
Miss Martha Kreuger, of East Fourth
street, spent the Fourth with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Kreuger, of Osceola.
Mrs. J. King, her mother. Mrs. Foster,
of Omaha, and her son Laurence, have
been visiting at Crystal Lake.
Mrs. J. O. Payette. of East Fourth
street, gave a dinner Thursday evening.
There were fourteen guests.
Mrs. Harry Edgerton. of Chicago, has
been visiting her brother, Frank Barber,
and wife, of Maria avenue.
Theo. Berggren, of Fauquier street, en
tertained the teachers of the Forest
Street Mission Monday.
Mrs. Heinz and daughters. Mary and
Sadie, of Bates avenue, returned Wednes
day from Pittsburg, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Kelly have re
turned from their wedding trip and are
at 883 Freemont street.
Mr. Henry Rohlf. of Hope street, pave
a stag party Saturday evening. There
were eighteen guests.
Miss May Dinwoodie. of East Seventh
street, is spending a month with relatives
in St. Anthony Park.
The M. O. B. Birthday club will meet
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. J. Turner,
of Woodward avenue.
Mrs. J. J. Edwards, of East Fourth
street, left Friday for a two months'" visit
in Chicago.
Mrs. Sackett, of Maria avenue. Is en
tertaining Miss Edith Spencer, of Port
land, Or.
Mrs. Howard T. Eachus and famfly, of
Bates avenue, will go to Buffalo, Minn.,
Mrs. Frederick Plondke. of Bates ave
nue, is entertaining Mrs. Johnson, of
Otto Miss, of the United States navy,
visited his home on East Sixth street last
Miss Nellie Davis and Miss Frances
Kennedy have returned from a trip to the
Miss Ida Biasing, of Maria avenue, has
returned from a short visit in Charles
The Misses Armbruster, of Clermont
street, have returned from Young Amer
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Helmes, of East
Fifth street, are visiting in New Ulm.
Mr. and Mrs. George Deobaeh have
returned from their wedding trip East.
The ladies of the 1904 Euchre club will
picnic at Harriet island Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Payte have
been spending a week at Mahtomedi.
The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Society of
the Army of the Philippines will be en-

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