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UK lit.!': OMAHA. SATURDAY. JUNK 3. 102:2. Society Silver Anntvjurjr. lay rtfning tor Mr. and Mi. A. K. Kuiul in lioiinr o llinr nHtr w rti dmg iititivri4iy. A ailvrr Ir rl till othrr Mfif rrrnir4 10 ihi-m. AHtiKlmg the irty fic: lr a 1,1 r.)MI ,1 1U4 ,1 I "Hir. hart.. h.i.M J. J.lm.U, J.'l h I'kh.-h. IBI k'umi. r. nil lalxioki, ) 1,1 I.UI.IU. Jiwitll Hi i b.ili Kili.ua, Jam.a Krajh.k, aM family, J 4wriii h iitmi Jan.-a y Ulnar, lull f.fa. J. Vamtoa. A, t kwlH. ).aJam.a Mra.tatnaa Ann Kir. . Mamia l..., Anna nitai. I tilia Fanlaflik, raw aa tiA, A i'ara(, t. khalila, M M I 1 1. A linr, linn fiai r, u. tiih, miii tiw4. Ann Vran.lt, i Hatar, Anaa Not (itar Niil, Parti) lt'n4Wovr, Ann kun.l, An Hyma, Maria krajirak, M.aara. Murt Atfntph S.otwfa, Man lay fura )'. J, Vla.h. uua A l'niH. A J. V.nni.iU. r. J. Vla.B. Iharlra t'linat. McKernan-Metigtr. One ff tli prrttiMt wedding of (he on wa flrinid at Trinity BapliI tliurcli Tiiurrly rvrniiiR, when the niajiiv friend o( Bernard l". McKern.m. Forty-eighth and O street, and Mint Ann Amelia Met Rr, daughter of Mr. Ann Metzger, 571.? Souih Thirty-eighth street, tilled the church to capacity to wit ne tltrir marriage, Kev C. I'. Holler OltiriatiiiR. The hricle in a inrniher of I tic Phil-.nhi-a cla of the elmrrli and 40 mrnilicrs of the clas utlendrd a guard of honor, with Mint Mary Kithcll, alo a niemher of the riiila thea clasj. serving a maid of honor. Harry J. Rant.iy of Sterling, Colo., a life-long friend of the groom, was best man. After the services the young couple departed on a short honeymoon trip and upon their return will he at home to friends, in a new home, Forty-eighth and O Mrects. The groom is an employe of the Federal Reserve hank and the bride is a pop ular South Omaha girl. Coffin-Methews. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mathews an nounce the marriage of their daugh ter; Margaret, to Maxwell Coffin. The wedding took place at St. Johns church the evening of June 1, the Rev. Father Quinlin officiating. Mr. and Mrs. George McManus were the attendants, and a small rrception was given at the Mathews home after the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Mathews are on a western honey moon, and will occupy an apartment at the Hamilton on their return. Dunphy-Gibbons. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Gibbons an nounce the marriage of their daugh ter, Ireye Claire, to Andrew R. Dun phy on the morning of June 2 at Holy Angels church. Reverend Father Georgen officiating. Miss Gibbons is a former Omaha school teacher and Mr. Dunphy is superintendent of the Central Divi sion, Air Mail Service, with head quarters here. Wedding Party Eentertained. Mrs. Robert Garrett gave a bridge party yesterday for Miss Jose phine Congdon, whose wedding to Carl Paulson will take place Satur day. There were three tables of bridge, and the house was decorated with spring flowers. Last evening Mr. and Mrs. Issac Congdon gave a dinner for the bridal party at their home. For Guest From Des Moines. Miss Josephine Smith entertained a party of eight at the Orpheum theater Thursday evening, honoring Miss Virginia Buck of Des. Moines. Guests included the Misses Char lotte Huntoon, Frances Smith, Jerry Current, Helen Doyle, Inez Eskel son and Mrs. Josephine McEvoy. The affair was followed by a supper party. For Miss Robertson. For Miss Grace Robertson, a June bride, Mrs. Edwin Davis entertained at a breakfast party yesterday. Fri day Mrs. William Dinkins was hostess at an informal tea ist her honor. Saturday Mrs. George Flack will give a tea, and in the eve ning Miss Mildred Rhoades will give a dinner foY Miss Robertson and her fiance, Morton Rhoades. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Beddeo and children are in Excelsior Springs this week. Miss Harriet Brown oi Cleveland arrives Saturday to visit her brother, . Franklin Brown. . Miss Maude Miller went to Lin coln Friday, where she attended the annual Kappa Delta banquet Friday evening. Mrs. Stanley Rosewatcr and her . children have returned from a three weeks' visit in Kansas City and Chi cago. , Miss Kate A. McHugh is spend ing a month with her sister, Mrs. E. H. Piatt, and Mr. Piatt, at Sher idan, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Metz will return Saturday from their ranch near Cody, Neb., where they have spent the week. . . rf-. tv ci - ' r r it .Mrs. J i-. o naiier ui ividAwcii and daughter. Mrs. Norman Con nelly of North Platte, spent Thurs day and Friday in Omaha. Mrs. Clarence Elbergman and daughter. Miss Frances, are leaving the first of the week for New York Citv for a visit with relatives. ' Mrs. D. J. Adams will leave Sat urday for Brooklyn, N. Y., to be present at the marriage of her sister, Miss Marguerite Riggs, on June 4. Miss Riggs resided in Omaha 11 years ago. Mrs. Walker Lewis and her daughter. Jane, left Thursday for Neligh. Neb- where they will visit Miss Jane Wattles. They will re turn the middle of next week. Mrs. Herman Kountze and daugh ter, Mrs. Ella Cotton Magee. and the lattcr's children, Miss Fredericka Nash and Marshall Magee, will ar rive Friday to occupy the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Baldrige, which they have leascdfor a year. At Shriner Convention " 'WlWWm W1 JWJBJJ((aaBaaM1pijgi q tr.'.-".'. j& r, (i - if Mi Amies Ilntton acoonipanied hv Mr. V. L. Doty, Martha Doty. Mrs. J. T. Drninsoti and l.oretta Drnnisoii Irtt last week for an tf trndi'd trip along the I'acitic eoat. 3'he ints visited will he Vancoxer, H. C. Seattle. Vah.. Portland. Ore., and San Francisco, where Mis Britton and Martha Doty and Loretia Drnnion will rnieiuiu at the Shriner' convention on June IS, 16 and 17. From there thry wilt go In l.o Angrles for the balance of the season, returning about Septem ber IS. While in !. Angeles Mis Kritton will study dancing at Denishawn and the m-IiooI conducted by Theodore Kosloff. Invitations and Announcements -for Weddings By BEATRICE FAIRFAX. The bride' wishes and her parents' fiances must settle the size of the wedding. The formal church wed ding tequires many invitations and announcements. For a large wed ding there is enclosed in a.n envelope besides the invitation to the cere mony a card to be prescutcd-at the church, and also the card of invita tion to the breakfast or reception following. But the simplest way to decide on what is correct in invita tions and cards is to allow a1 good stationer to submit models from which to choose. The kind of paper and printing varies some from year to year, and he is in a position to advise and give a choice of several good forms of script and paper. The heavy white paper apd Roman or English script is always tasteful. Also, he has the form to follow in the wording of the invitation. There is the slight difference in the wording of an in vitation to the church ard in one to a home wedding. The former reads: "Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown re quest the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter, Elsie, to," etc. The latter reads "request the pleasure of your presence. etc. A bride who is an orphan issues her invitations in the name of her nearest surviving relative. When a brother is the person whose name is used, the invitations read: "Mr. George He,nry Brown requests the honor, or pleasure, of your presence at the marriage of his sister, Mary." If a sister, or uncle, aiint or grand father, the exact degree of relation ship is indicated. Should the mar riage take place at the house of a friend, the wording would take this form: "The pleasure of your com pany i requested at the marriage of Miss Lucy Grath to Mr. James Can tor, on Wednesday, June the fif teenth, at half past four at the resi dence of," etc. Invitations to a woman's secorld marriage take the same form as at her first, i-i the name of her parents or her nearest relative, using. lifcr own first and middle name supplemented by the surname of her deceased or divorced husband. Invitations to a church wedding re quire no answer, hut if a card is in cluded for reception or wedding breakfast art answer is expected. Wedding invitations. are issued not later than 15 days and not earlier than four weeks before the date set for the marriage. A whole family must not be included in one single invitation. The heads of the house receive one, the unmarried sons and daughters are addressed: The Misses Brown and the Messrs. Brown. You ca.nnot write Mr. and Mrs. Brown and family. " Announcement cards are posted the day' of the wedding and may lead either: "Mr. and Mrs. George Henry Brown announce the marriage of their daughter, Annabel, to Mr. or nave the honor of an nouncing the marriaire." rtiv When announcement cards are not issued in the name of the bride' nearest relatives they should read: 'Mr. Peter Lee Goode and Miss Lil lian Joseph have the honor of an nouncing their marriage on Satur day" (date and place). For Miss Reid.. Miss Mary Reid, for 30 years a teacher and principal in the Omaha public schools, was honor guest yesterday at a tea given by the mothers .of pupils of the Franklin school, where Miss Reid is principal. She is retiring this month and will spend the summer in Charles City, la. My Marriage Problems Adele Garrison's New Phase of "REVELATIONS OF A WIFE" (Copyright 1922) The Resolution Madge Made About , Allen Drake. Either Lillian possesses the "eyes in the back. of her head," supposed to be the inevitable adjunct of spin ster school teachers, and knew that I needed her, or else she realized the impossibility of longer keeping Mother Graham's attention diverted from my direction. At any rate, just as Allan DrakVs intent gaze became unbearably em barrassing, I heard my friends laughing voice behind me and felt a surge of grateful relief which I had hard work to keep from betraying in my face. "I trust the well-known bean is freshly oiled and the engine turning over smoothly, Allan," Lillian said smilingly, although I knew only too well what deadly earnestness lay be hind the frivolous words. Don't tell me that you're con templating any toil or even talk of it, this evening." Dr. Drake por tested. A Conference Called. 'Executive conference called for 10 o'clock," Lillian retorted inexorably, "all hands on deck." She lowered her voice as she spoke, with an al most imperceptible movement of her head toward my mother-in-law, still deep in conversation with my father, j.nd I comprehended the reason for her naming of 10 o'clock. This 1s almost invariably Mother Graham's bedtime hour, and I knew that Lil lian wished the elder woman safely asleep before she took up with Allan Drake ar.d my father the absorbing problem of the man Smith. "I knew this evening was too per fect for permanency," Allan Drake drawled, but I detected an inflection in his lazy tone which told me that underneath his affected indolence he was as eager for the work before him as Lillian herself. "But it must be something unusual to awaken me from the dream." "It is." Lillian returned cryptical ly, "and I want you well-fed and con sequently in a good humor when you hear it, so you and Mr. Sptncer had better go to your rooms and get ready for Katie's dinner. I think it's scheduled for IS minutes from now." "llf obey without question, but doesn't Mother wish to see that my hair is brushed right and my necktie tied straight before I appear at the table?" Allan Drake opened his eyes widely at her as he spoke. I saw that they held a querulous gleam and I guessed that back of the gibe was a tiny stab of resentment at Lillian's manned, which some men found a bit too dictatorial for them. That Lillian's keen percep tions must have guessed his feel ing, I was sure, but she was too game a mental sportsman either to betray her! knowledge or to yield a point. Her wide grin at him was as impish as' the glint in his own eyes, and her voice was clear, , in cisive. "Yes I do, and Allen, dear, don't forget to wash your ears," Her tone was perfect. I have heard harassed mothers of small boys use exactly the same worried inflection and words. For the life of me, I could not control an amused giggle, and for the fleeting fraction of a second, I caught the glimpse of something in the eyes of the ele gant Mr. Drake," which was more annoyance than amusement. But his laugh rang out heartily and he brought up his hand in a burlesqued salute. "I cry quits," he said. "Oh, chief 1" addressing my father affec tionately with tha appellation he generally gives him, "we're under marching orders. Mrs. Underwood has decreed that we go to our room and primp for dinner. . Can you come now?" "Of course." My father ' moved tot pick up one of the bags, but Allan Drake forestalled him, picked up the two traveling bags and a couple of brief cases with no ap parent effort and bowed to me. "If you'll tell me in which direc tion I'm to march" he said, smil ing. "Just follow me," I answered, starting llf the stairs. My father had lagged a step be hind, in answer to some query from my niothcr-in-law, and no ear but mine heard Mr. Drake's low an swer to my direction. "To heaven or the other place whichever is yoi:r destination." I glanced over my shoulder and made an impudent little face at him. If he meant to keep up this annoying silliness, I promised my self a little grimly, that I would teach him the futility of using such shopworn expressions to flatter my feminine person beyond the school girl agss Memorial Service. A! 4Hut:C piijiulion rc In vitfd ta p!ifipif in the memory! mf lo l' fondurtrd umUy if' trrn.wm i J:)) o'clock in We-M l in muter d.irinoj of Lee Kuibjr suv ii4ry to Spanith U'sr Veteran, Sunday Kccrptien. Mr, H Mi. Chtrlei Levinwn will reicite at thfir home on Suitdty tr.jiit to S n Uam K to 1') in hpmr ti ilnr duaMer. Jcvmetie, who will be ipiiiuiiicd tin week. Saturday Specials Skirls. Swattart, d Btoutat, Urmarlr old 19.73. Choi. t $5 00 JULIUS ORKIN till DOUGLAS jfy8 K2l Once you become so quatnted with Gooch's Best Flour, you understand fully what we mean when we say "It pays to buy the best" Gooch's Best Flour makes more loaves per sack. Cooch'i Boat Paneaka Ploar Gnoeh'i Bait BuckwhiaC Floiat Gooeh'l Beat Whan Haart Goooa'a BM Macaroni Gooch'a Ban Spaghetti Oooah'i beat Eft Noodlaa If , , ' If Good Good Tutti Fruitti Special delicious and cooling combina tion of pineapple, cherry, citron, apricot and peach in rich cream. Delicia cools and satisfies all the way down! Made and frozen tha BETTER way by FAIR MONT in Omaha, Crate, Grand Island and Sioux City. Ready now at soda fountains as you like it. Served daintily or in bulk or in pint or quart sealed packages. if you're particular about ice cream be aure to fat genuine Fairmont'a Delicia. 17 Open Saturday Evenings Until 9 O'clock Free neUvetT of rdero to All Parte ot ke City. 1814-16-18 Farnam Street Phone AT. 4603 Mall Orders Filled. SATURDAY'S DOMINANT VALUES MORNING SPECIALS-8 TO 11 Bread and Batter Is Good if It's Thomson's Dairy Maid Butter. Dairy Maid Cream ery Butter QC per lb. OOC "Gramma'' Creamery Butter ... Country 34c Home Grown Strawberries full qt. boxes, 2 for 25t Best Large New Potatoes, per peck 59 ALL DAY SPECIALS Kg I VifC p Fresh I 1922 Milk- Pork Pork Dressed Fed Spring Boarf, Loins. . JJ. 141c 17ic 'I 17 jc 60c Steer Pot Boast, per lb Steer Steaks, per lb 14 Yonng Veal Roast, per lb ....14 Young Teal Breast, per lb. 9 Boiled Teal Boast, per lb. 22 No. 1 Mutton legs, per lb 20 Sugar Cured Bacon, per lb. :. . lSt Sugar Cured Picnic Hams, per lb. 17S Steer Boiling Beef, per lb 4 rare Pork Sausage, per lb. 12t BUY GROCERIES HERE SATURDAY Pork and Beans, per can 10; per dozen $1.15 22-oa. windmill Pure Fruit PreserTes, each 186 Oregon Bed Salmon, per can 10; per dosen 81.15 Campbell's Soups, per can lOd Fancy Sugar Corn, can 12e; per doen $1.35 3 lbs. Breakfast Cup Coffee for 88 Haarman'8 full quart small Sweet Pickles 45t Qnart Jars Queen Ollres for 43 10 lbs. Best Sugar, 59c 48 lbs. Gooch's Best Flour, $1.95 DAIRY PRODUCTS Danish Pioneer Butter ..38 Rex Nut Btitterina 20ct Teanut Butter 15 4 McLaren's and Foil. Cream Cheese, per pke;. ....... 10c Wisconsin Full Cream Cheese, per lb 22 Wisconsin Full Cream Brii k Cheese, fancy, per lb 22i Kumminost or Carraway Seed Cheese, per lb 30 Butter Milk, per Rlasa ....5e Per Quart Container .... 10 Carnation, ret and Borden's Milk, 3 cans for 25c CIGARS Just Inside the Door Friuce Albert Smoking To bacco, per lb. . . .S1.19 Fruits and Vegetables Best Rhubarb, large bunches. 2 for 5, Large Cucumbers, each ..5t Florida Watermelon, lb. ..4i The New Whole Wheat Breakfast Food '"Rowcn'8 Valuc-Glvlng Store," f OMAHA VAVuV. vixa VALUE-GIVING SPECIALS For SATURDAY Only IN OUR DRAPERY DEPT. MAIN FLOOR We've gone through our Dropsy nml Curtain ocks and selected all remnants up to 10-yard lengths, and all Curtains where we had single hall pairs and only one pair of a pattern, and placed then on Bargain TaMes on the Main Floor, where lmyinp will be made easy. While, as you know, we an taking a big loss we had much rather clean oui shelves of these items than to carry them over. This is your opportunity to secure some rcvil bargains. YARD GOODS Remnants of Scrims, Voiles, Marquisettes, Plain and Figured Curtain Nets, Cretonnes, Damasks, Velvets and various other drapery fabrics up to 10-yard lengths, go on sale Sat urday morning at 9S 29?, 59 snd 98t? per yard Lot No. 1 Values up to 50c per yard. Saturday Q. go at, per yard, v Lot No. 3 Values up to $2.00 per yard. Saturday KOp go at, per yard, JtC 'Lot No. 2 Values up to 1.00 per yard. Saturday OQa go at, per yard, i7C Lot No. 4 Values up to $1 and $5 yard. Saturday QQp go at, per yard, IOv CURTAINS All odd one-half and single pairs, sanies and discontinued patterns of curtains, in eluding Scrims, Voiles, Marquisettes, Filet Nets and Shadow Weaves, priced for imme diate clearance Saturday 29, 49, 79 and $1.49 each Values ip to $2.00 per curtain, Values up to $1.00 per curtain, 29c Each Values up to $3.00 per curtain, 79c Each 49c Each Values 'up to $4, $5 and $6 per curtain, . $1.49 Each Many Other Bargains to be Had at Bowen's Saturday Aluminum Dish Fans at 85i Brass Washboards at 55 Willow Clothes Baskets ..98? I I Aluminum I f Stew Kettles, V J S1.09 . Brooms. 29 10-qt. Galvanized Water Pails, 19c Galvanized Wash Tubs 55c Copper Bottom Wash Boiler f29 JL Mahogany finished Floor Lamps, com l nlete with silk shade, Q HZ tpxu.if Solid Oak Rockers with genu- 4-passenger Lawn Swing, frame painted Ino leather seats. .fl1 0 ETA red, Seats and hangers in flQ C priced at tpXaiaatlV natural color, at i I t : Five-foot Fiber Porch Swings, finished ivory, brown or light green. Specially MQ priced at PUJV Cedar Chests Colonial Cedar Chest, copper trimmed. 17 inches . high, 19 inches wide, 40 C'tr7 QK inches long, at . . . . V-l ' 00 Ivory Bird Cage with stand complete, fl1 A QK as shown ....P Character Voven Fiber Baby Carriage, inished old ivory, dJOQ HfT pLiU I tP Fumed Oak Porch Fumed Oak Porch Rnrkpr Chair Genuine quarter-sawed Librai. Haidwond fumed finished Porcl Swing, 4 feet long, completf fn rft Tables with drawer, t?1 Q rjZ Swing, 4 reel long, compiew $4.50 $4.50 28x48 top. at. 5liUo Yook, - $3.4? Call Tan and Storage Co. to Move To' Omaha's Value-Giving Store" 1 ave foney. lily in Onr Exchange Dept. :goward St., Between loth and 16th Sts.