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TITE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 2, 1913.
AUTUMN SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Women Concerned in Brownell Hall Anniversary Many Attend Fiftieth Anniversary Tea at Brownell Hall. SCHOOL LEAGUE TO BE FORMED Score of Hnlloirf-'cn Partlrs Arr Clrm In All rnrn of the City nnd Also nt Mnnr nt the Clnb. 2 B Soclnl Cnlrnilnr. MONDAY-TlobPrt Wood. Wlllard Butler, nn OnllBKhpr nnd Denlse narkalow, dinner for Wood-Stpvenn wedding partr: Mrs. Guy Cox. Orphrum party for Mia Mary Rlnmrnlt: Mt. C. Y. Smith, host ess of Monday Uridge club. TUESDAY Mrs. Charies Kountxe, host cm of the Tuesday Musical club: Mrs. Frank Hoel. afternoon tea; Universal Circle card party; Mr. B. J. Scannell, Intel's of the Tuesday Lunrheon club, Miss Florence .Torsenson. hosteaof Mit fan Fouci club. Vv EDNESDAY Miss lionise DlnnlnR, dinner for Wbod-Ftevena weddlnc party , Mrs. I-ouln 8. riarke, afternoon brlcl for Mia Stearns of Denver and Miss Pull of Pasadena. THURSDAY Mrs. B. B. Wood, tea for Miss Dorothy Stevens. Mies Htearns and Mrs Trimmer of Denver. FRIDAY Mr and Mrs. F. II, Davis, debut dsnre and reception for Miss Mellora Davis at the Omttha club; Mr. and Mrs. T. 13. rteven, dinner fot Wood-Stevens xvedd'tK party; Delta Delta Delta luncheon at 1ornl hotel. SATURDAY Wedding of Miss Dorothy Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. 10. Hlevens, to nn Brown Wood nl Trlnltv Cathedral, followed by jtceK tlon at the home of Mr. am Mm. titcv ens; Browne.l Hall Juniors' luncheon for the seniors at the homo of Mlrs Esther vWllhclm. Members of tho Brownell Hall alumnaa are prominent In Omaha noclety. One of tho pleasant social affairs of the season Yvna the tea. iriven by the association Fri day afternoon to the young; women who have attended the school but who did r.ct complete their course there. In tho receiving iTfre were Miss Hyphemia JohnsolTf principal; Mrs. John W Towle, Mrs Qeorso C. Smith and Miss Hannah Forbes of York. The rooms were prettily decorated In yellow and whlto. In honor of the fiftieth anniversary of tlio (Chool. With tho approaching golden anniver sary of Brownell, which will take place tho first week In June, 1914. many Interesting- affairs and reunions aro being planned b ythe alumnae. Mrs. J. W. Towle, Mrs. 1'hlllp Potter and Mrs. Cleorso Bmlth aro members of a commltteo In charge of the arrange ments for the celebration.. Miss Carmolltn Chase Is chairman of the committee whtch Is planning the formation of tho Brownell Hall leaguo nnd It Is hoped that this league will take nn active part in the celebration. The Alumnao associa tion presented to tho school at tho tea Friday a splendid history of the United States in eight volumes, At the ten wero mothers and daughters who had been sraduated from tho Hall. Mrs, F. H. Davis and her daughters, Mrs, Walter Roberts and Miss Elizabeth Davis, assisted in tho rooms; Miss Naomi Towle, daughter of Mrs. John Towle, and Miss Elizabeth Davidson, who are members of the class of Mil, assisted in serving at tho punch bowli Mrs. Philip Potter and Mrs. George Bmlth assisted In the rooms; Miss Hannah Forbes of York, vice president of the Alumnao association, assisted in tho din ing room. Ono hundred and fifty guests attended. Winter Travelenu Ortiahans are now making Interesting plana for this winter and more than the usual number are planning to take a trip around the world, and many will poad some time abroad. Mrs. George A. Hoagland leaves next Saturday for Honolulu to visit her daugh ter, Mrs. David Btone, and Captain Stone at Sohofleld barracks until joined after tho holidays by1 Mr. Hoagland, with Mrs. J. E, Bummers and son, Stuart, when they will all four start on their trip around tha world. Mr. and Mrs. a Will Hamilton. Mfss Marlon Hamilton, Mr. Raphael Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Hamilton and daughter, Exelona, arrived home Thursday from Europe. Mr. Charles Hamilton remained abroad with his aunt, Miss Stella Hamilton, In Rome, and latfr they will make the tour of the world to gether. Informal Affairs. Several Informal afternoons of bridge have been given during the week In honor of visitors. Saturday afternoon Mrs. D. C. Bradford entertained informally at four tables of bridge for Mrs. Winters, guest of Mrs. William Coad. v Monday afternoon Mrs. J. A. C. Ken nedy will entertain Informally at two tables of bridge for Mrs, Winters. Mrs. A. V. Klnsler gave a small after noon bridge Thursday for Mrs. Sherman Canfleld of Sheridan. Wyo. The players were Mrs. E. V. 1-ewla, Mrs. T. F. Ken nedy, Mrs. It. U Huntley. Mrs. D. C. Bradford, airs. John Madden, Mrs, Adolph Btorx and Miss Woodard. Mrs. Iowls entertained at luncheon Friday at the Iyal for Mrs. Canfleld. when covers were laid for Mrs. Howard llaldrlge. Mrs, A. V. Klnsler, Mrs. D. C. Bradford and Mrs. E. H, Bprague. Return from .Europe. Mr. and Mrs.TWWpp Leonhardt have returned from three months abroad and aro In New York at the Bt Hubert hotel. They will remain east for about two months before coming Jback to Omaha. Mr. E. M. Fairfield, accompanied by hln laughter, Betty, arrived home Friday from New York. Mrs. Fairfield and their younger daughter, Wynne, remained east for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamilton were accompanied upon their return from Europe by Mademoiselle de Clstue, sister of Mrs. Hamilton, who will be with them this winter. Mrs. Swartzlander returned Thursday from Euroi. where she has been with Miss Hamilton since August For Visitors. For Mrs. Bates of Denver and Miss Caroline Johnson of St. Joseph, Mo., Mrs, J J Brown and Mrs. Henry Wyman gave an Informal afternoon bridge Thursday at Mrs. Brown's home, when there were three tables of players. Mrs. Joseph Barker entertained at three" laoies or bridge Friday In honor of Miss Steams of Denver, who Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. DenUe Bark alow. Children Celebrate Hallowe'en. Miss Mildred Walker entertained at a aiaJioween party at her home Friday evening. The evening was spent playing games and the decorations were sug. gestlvc of Hallowe'en. Little Miss Frederick Nash, daughter of Mrs. Jerome Mogee, entertained ten of ber small friends at a Hallowe'en party Friday evening at their home. SSBSBSBSBSBSr rHSMk lr IF ! 'iiii unrs t - - - isHsK:1 ?s w tin ffiss Dickey G ' m mm mm LSI Hallowe'en games were enjoyed by the children. House Warming Hallowe'en. One of the Hallowe'en functions vns a unique house warming given by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Itecse. Tho first floor was cleared and decorated barn fashion with rustlo benches of corn stalks, from which weird faces appeared, witches, black cats, etc. Tho rooms were con nected with portieres made of golden cars of corn. The house was In dark ness, the Only entrance being through a basement window on a sliding chuto which landed them In great bunches of corn shucks, from which they had to scramble out and find their way up stairs, where their arrival, each as .a witch or ghost created much merriment. Partners wore auctioned for dancing and games. Refreshments were served. Tho guests were; ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vorhees, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas House, Mr. and Mra. Charles Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Pickering, Mr. and Mrs. C, II. Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Whitney, , Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Homan, Mr. and Mrs. tw Bolsen, Mr. and Mrs, w. I. Huffman, Dr. and Mrs. Shlpherd, Miss Alma Butler, Mr. James Waugh, Mr. Fred Huffman.. Fraternity Hallowe'en Party. ino jota chapter of tho Phi Rho 8!gma fraternity of tha Nebraska uni versity of the College of Medicine en tertalned at a Hallcwo'en party at their chapter houso at 3S15 Farnam street. Those present were; Misses Edith lyonn. Myrtle llruwn. Ruby Maxtleld, r loronre u wanson, Irene Ellwood, Kucy Williams. Corlnno Bearle, ixiiie HPeiicer, Messrs. -D. . Parks. H. D. Burn. C. F. Moon. A. J. Young. u n Hanlsh, A. H. Webb. D. C. Slgworth, i. i. Arnold, F. H. Nlchaus, F. J. Kollar. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Krsklnc. t Mr. and Mrs. D. D. lop. v Entertainments Hallowe'en. Miss Bess Russell entertained a num. ber of her friends at a Hallowe'en party Friday night at her homo In tho Cali fornia apartments. The rooms wero at tractively decorated and the evening was spent In games and music, Those Invited were; Misses Effle Nowton, Olga Olsen. Kathertne Brooks, Inna Robinson, Virginia Shlsler, Orac Klllss. Bmlth. ' Bertha Wakas, Messrs. J. H. Ooodnough, C. H. Bostrom. Ti. R. Iarnord, Harold Way, It. F. Mauer, Dr. William Anderson, Dr. Taylor. Dr. A. E. Westervelt, Misses Brss Horsens, Dagmar Poulsen, Nora Kelly, Iva Blgley, Ruth Iempsey, Jennie Hlslop, Ellen Edqulst, Messrs Bob Blendorff, Earl Warner, Pkul Ervln, Charles Hrokaw, Alonzo Ring. Mf and Mrs. a. Ogle. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Kllgore. Mr. and Mrs. P. Meckel, Mr. and Mrs. David Martin. Mr. and Mrs. V. RusmII. Hallowe'en Parties. Miss Eleanor Dwyer entertained at a Hallowe'en party at her home Friday evening. The decorations were Indicative of Hallowe'en and those present were: Misses Helen Flck, Irene MenaersmlUi, Ruth Marco, Margaret McAvoy. Berncadette Coffoy. Bess Russell. PhllomenaMcCaffrey, Messrs I.yle Oronan, Stanley lioy, John McCaffery. Clyde Heckel. Ik.. bsisishkV SHHiJiaiaiaiaiaV js LSHs9saB(BSBfSaBsisV yjyjjP tfelSBssssisisiB o- EH TlEss emik ZLSOIX 7, r '2' T( VSV-S if 1 i' Appropriate refreshments were served In the brick kiln. About 100 were present. The Misses Gladys Newcomer and Ora Ooodsell entertained the W. AV. club ut a Hullowe'on party at tho homo of Ora Ooodsell, 3IW Meredith avenue, Friday evening. Those present wore: Misses Olive Carlson, Edra Russell, Ruth Alcorn. Otetla I.uebke, Edith Shand. Bertha Tlffey. Hlliievllla Blair. Vivian Worthtugton, Ora Ooodsell, Oladys Newcomer. Msdames C. W. Ooodsell. academy by the La Sallo club. The hall waa decorated In Jack-o'-lanterns anil other emblems of the feast. Favors wero given out nnd punch, cider and cookies were served, About 300 were present. With the Visitors. Mrs. Sherman Canfleld. who Is at th loyal with her mother, Mrs. Lewis, re turns Tuesday to Sheridan, Wyo. Mrs. Isaac Raymond, Jr., of Lincoln, re turns home today after two weeks' visit here. Mr. Raymond and Mr. E. A. Crelghton return today from a hunting trip In the western part of tho state. Mr. Robert Shlvcrlck arrives soon to j visit his sister, Mrs. Floyd Bmlth' and to recuperate from an Illness from which he has been Buffering for some time as a result of the accident he sustained In Montreal two years ago. An enjoyable Hallowe'en party was given b Mr. nnd Mrs. Bailey at their home Thursday evening. They were as sisted by Mr. and Mrs. McShane. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Soucle. Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Massey. t Mr, and Mrs. II. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cassell. Mr. and Mrs. O. Wurn. Mr. and Mrs. C. Holpenny. Mr, and Mrs. W. Florkee, Mr, and Mrs. R. Ollllpsle. j At the Omaha Club. The dinner-dance at the Omaha club Friday evening waa well attended by the (Continued on Pfigo Three.) Mlssos- Alarie Hopkins, Marie Mackcy, Freda Chrlatensen, Anna Hatch. Ruth Weeks, Millie Weeks, Ituth Purvle. Clara (Illbort, Elsie Hammond. Alfred Thoren, aiesuamei) O. W. Tlffey. E. Newcomer, Miss Pearl Spann and Miss Effle Copenharve entertained Friday evening with a Hallowe'en party given at tha home of Mr. and Mra. William Spann. Those present were: Misses Pearl Spann, Effle Copenharve. Messrs. Harry Gould, Paul Sowerwtno. Misses- Eleanor Dwyer, Anna Hagney, Cora Dwyer, Messrs. Thomas Hagney, Franels Hagney. Misses Catherine Dwyer, Delia Rollns, Dolla Krebs. Messrs. Thomas Dwyer, John Daugherty. One of the largest Hallowe'en parties was given Thursday evening by the Phllatheas and Barticaa of the Hansconi Park Methodist church. The affair com menced at the Barnes home on South Twenty-eighth street, wliere the guests masked. Various mysterious stunts kept the crowd laugtilng, a trip made through the dimly lighted Solomon and Agar homes and a vacant house guarded by ghosts, and then a unique progTara, led by John Dill of West Point, and Miss Jean Watson, In costume, was Instituted at the Smith, brick kiln at Twenty-fourth and Woolworth avenue, where there waa a boiling cauldron and a big bonfire. M laics MflHa riAfln Jessie ilbefler, Anna Jligley, Messrs. John 8 wanton, Lester Parker. Earl English, Mrs. ram Bowerwine. Mrs. William II. Spann. Mrs. C E. Wilson entertained at a Hallowe'en party Friday afternoon in honor of the birthday anniversary of her daughter, Dorathean. Those present were: Misses Misses Margaret Kbberson, I-oulte llusUr. Eleanor Wilson. Mildred Cook, Wllma Wilson. Edith Ebberson, Margaret Leuihan, Lona Harron, Helen Huster, Edna Chrtstofereen, Olive Stoddard, A. Chamber Vera Sadler, A Hallowe'en party waa slvan by Miss Helen Crawford, SIU Taylor street, Fri day evening. 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