Harry & Nola Nelson

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f)' Bell, West 800. X Home, West 95. Cl-D Cl-D Cl-D OH, JOYi II ever I buiM a nation. Just as soon as it 1b done, I'll fence the whole creation, Then fill it full of fun. ' , R. T. STOKES. Brchelors and Spinsters.-The Spinsters.-The Spinsters.-The boys of the Bachelor club of the Western Highlands district will entertain the "Spinsters" witn a truck Tide to the Lake of the Woods July 5. Embroidery Club. Mrs. L. M. Burns will be hostess for ier Embroidery club tomorrow after-loon. after-loon. after-loon. - Torrey-Queisser. Torrey-Queisser. Torrey-Queisser. The marriage of Mi?s Catherine Tor- Tor- rey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, Jor- Jor- rey, 2210 North Fourth street, to - Mr. Frank j Quiesser will take place Sun- Sun- ! day, July, 4. Mr. and Mrs. Quetssef will nake their home in Dallas, Tex.' Visiting Relatives Here. . . Mis.J. F. Denny of Irwin, Mo., is visiting her grandson. Mr. W. V. Franklin and Mrs. Franklin, 2903 North Thirteenth street. While in the city she will also ,vi?it her pons, Mr. Lee Dray and Mr. Joe Frank. Baraca-Philathea Baraca-Philathea Baraca-Philathea Meeting. ; The Philathea a."A Baraca classes of the Grandview Park Presbyterian church will hold tbe!r monthly business business meeting at 8 o'clock this evening at the home of Miss Jessie Kepner, 1108 Kimball avenue, instead of at Parkwood as planned. Birth Announcement. Mr. and Mrs, C. Earl Elliott, formerly formerly oi this city, now residing in Denver, announce the birth of a daughter Thursday, July 1, to whom they have given the name of Millie Jane. Mrs. Elliott was Mies Millie Kepner of this city. x En Route for Fairs. Mi. and Mrs. Charles Nobles of Ad-rain, Ad-rain, Ad-rain, Mich., on the guests of Mrs. Noble's sister, Mrs. L. J. Gilles and Mr. Gils. 23 South Eighteenth street. Trey are enroute for San Diego and San Francisco. Central C. W. B. M. Mrs. Rnchel Burin. Jlrs. William Oil-ley Oil-ley Oil-ley zii Mrs. Az,zcz Hcllman, will' bo t'jeterm at ;:c regular monthly torfv-tiTisr torfv-tiTisr torfv-tiTisr rf fvo r. v: n M rftv0rVn-' rftv0rVn-' rftv0rVn-' a .. -- -- -- -- tral Cirtt'n cVa:-: cVa:-: cVa:-: nfternoon it 2 o'clock rt t"-.e t"-.e t"-.e h-nc h-nc h-nc cT 'I'.ss Bur-on, Bur-on, Bur-on, 630 Gs'tfidd avcuc. Mrr. Maude 3g1 will be leader. . -! -! Entertained Pythian Sictcrs. 'i ; Af:s.; J. Clarence Taylor, 1052 Ann 'ivetine was- was- hostess for Wide Awake .Temple, Pythian Si.e-ters, Si.e-ters, Si.e-ters, yesterday af- af- i ternoom The guests were Mrs. M. v A'.iams, Airs. J. Abraham, Mrs. A. H. ! Brotherson. Mrs. Elson, Mrs. F. Kast-ccr, Kast-ccr, Kast-ccr, Mrs. Morton, Mrs. Walla re, Mrs. Seward, Mrs. Thorpe. The favor in a recto st was awarded Mrs. lioiherson. The Japanese View Point. They tell this story of a certain rtfpanese diplomat who was be"'ng entertained entertained at a big dinner party in New Ycrk City. Upca being asked what ne thought of American girls, and how they compared with the girls" of his nat'vf country, he glanced around the r'-rner r'-rner r'-rner table and replied. "Rea'.ly I cau!int ray. Ycu know we don't see half as much of the ladies in our country!" country!" . Payne-Crowley. Payne-Crowley. Payne-Crowley. Mi Rti,t)h B. Payne, sister of City llrrk Howard Payne, was married lat Diht at the home of her father, Rev. f. W. Payne, 2052 Hallock, to Mr. aeorgc Allen Crowley,' a Kansas ranchman. ranchman. Miss Payne-was Payne-was Payne-was a teacher In the schools of Council Grove for five year?, and Mr. Crowley is one of theiorainf. Prayer...;.. Mrs. John Oite leading farmers and stock growers of . ExeTcise, . .... ..... ...Katherine Renz the county. Mr. and Mrs. Crowley willgong 0; the Catydid. . . .Bernice Renz be at home on the ranch, six miles gfar 0f the East Vivian Miller wect of Council Grove, after a trip toyiemfeh Kermisse . ..... the Panama fair. Temple C. W..B. M. Mrs. C. S. Thcmpkins, 1038 Laurel , avenue, will be hostess for the Christian Christian Board of Women's Missions of the Temple Christian church tomorrow. tomorrow. The program will consist of readings and musical numbers by Miss . Gi-ace Gi-ace Gi-ace Fleming, Miss Florence Allen, Miss Alma Shore, Mtes Eva Brown, ' Mks Gertrude Allen, Miss Lolus Stark, ' MiSf Leta Brown, Miss " Ella Shore, " Mi&i Blanche Stephens, Miss 1 Gladys Martin, Mrs. Nell Perktos. - ?vf t wood-Nelson. wood-Nelson. wood-Nelson. At the home of , the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jt A. Wood, last evening ' at 8 t'clock occurred the wedding of 4 Miss Nola Esther Wood to Mr. Harry . Taylor Nelson. The groom's brother, Mr. Bert Nelson, and Miss -Theljna -Theljna Hlgginti, were the ony . attendants. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. W. Che wnlng, recently pastor of the Chelsea Baptist church of which the young: couple ."are. members, and v ncT pastor of he .Odessa, Mo., Baptist churK V. Xelsoa are pop- pop- ular young people of the Chelsea district district and have the beet wishes of all who know them. They will be at home after July 10, at 1947 North Twenty-fifth Twenty-fifth Twenty-fifth street Musical for Alumni Association. (Mrs. J. Bowden Bird, 2310 Poplar avenue, Kansas City, Mo., entertained the alumni from Greater Kansas City of the Illinois Women' College at Jacksonville, 111., with a musical yesterday yesterday afternoon. The guests of honor were Dr. Joseph Harker, president of the college; Mrs. Harker and their daughter, Miss Ruth Harker. Classes as far, back as 1855 were represented, at tte gathering." "A delightful pro gram was given by Mrs. W. B. Mann, pianist, and Miss Grace Nelson, vocalist. vocalist. The aHimni association was re organised and it was decided to take in all former pupils as well as graduates graduates of the college. Any student In Greater Kansas " City is eligible to membership in tflie association. For information call Mrs. Bird. Present Musical Comedy. "Our Minister's Honeymoon," musical comedy, will be presented at the Temple Christian church tonight by 40 members of the church. The Rev. Homer Brown will be innperson- innperson- ated by Mr. Irving Coldwell. Mrs. Coldwell will be his bride, Mrs. Daisy Love joy Brown. The station agent, Wesley Simpkins, has been assigned Mr. Fred Harris. Mr. Howard Lasley is Seth. Perkins, a rural character. Mr. Spangler of New York, who was the Rev. Brown's best man, is impersonated impersonated by 'Mr. Paul Addison, and Mrs. H. J. Peterson is the, charming brides maid, Evangeline. Mrs. J. B. Barnard Is Mrs. Jones, president of the Ladies' Aid society, and Mrs, J. B. Fulton and Mrs. R. H. Omey are Sally Ann and Sarah Jane, two spinsters. Mr. Frank Holmes will be old Uncle Alec, the eexton, and Annabel, the shining light in the minister's Sunday school class, is in the hands of Miss Ella Shore. The other characters are bridesmaids, Sunday school members and members of the Ladies Aid society. Anderson-Strunk. Anderson-Strunk. Anderson-Strunk. A pretty wedding took place last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson when their daughter, Heiene Anna was united in marriage to Mr. George Strunk. The ceremony 1 WI'-. WI'-. WI'-. 'I J1JIII t J ilL I U Ui LUC . - - - - i Rev. A. B. Sb:ader, pastor of the Trin t n ity. Ercl' "i Lutheran church officiated ih th prrreace cf ctly relatives and Triri-.s. Triri-.s. Triri-.s. P!ak srad jWhite sweet peas ccuib'acd wcth ferns formed the principal principal decciatiensvf pThe bride wore a charming gown . of . white crepe de chirc and carried; brides' roses. She was attended by, her. cousin, Miss j Maide Fredefickson ' of Omaha, whojat wa? gowned in pale pink crepe and carried pink sweet peas and roses. Mr. Frank Strunk served his brother as best man. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maitland, Mrs. G. Fredri ck sen and daughters Maide rnd Ethel, all of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs Strunk left immediately fcr a six i weeks' trip to the Pacific coast and through the northwest- northwest- Upon their return return they will be at home at 1803 North Third street. Present Pupils in Recital. Mrs. Wm. Lewis and Mr. Leo Lewis presented their pupils of piano and vicim in a recital at ; the Chelsea Chelsea Reorganized Latter Day Saints oiiurcb Tuesday i night" Each number number on the program was a credit to both teacher and pupil.' Little Little M is Katherine Renz,' who has only had four lesons gave a very credita-ple credita-ple credita-ple prftormsce.lY,I3ie pupils were assisted assisted by Miss", Helen Neal, reader, and Miss Vivian f Miller, Mrsu Ruby Folstrom and Mr. ; Lester Fowler, vo calists. The program was as follows: Mlsf esT Lodisca Scott and Eva Ours. Violin solo Albert Greer Reading, "The Rug of Her Fathers" ....... . Helen Neal Vocal solo Mrs. Ruby Folstrom Trip ................ Allen Mannerrng, Pearl Smith Leo ' Lewis. HeaTenward March ... .Thelnva Greer Vocal solo,r "Ave Maria". . . . .... . ; . - i . , ; . . . . . . ....... Lester Fowler Meditation, violin, 'cello and piano. Allen Mannertng, Leo Lewis, Peart . Smith, . ' Meldrum-Rlce. Meldrum-Rlce. Meldrum-Rlce. The 'marriage' of Miss Ellen Letrtla Meldrum and Mr. Sherman Rice took place last evening at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Joseph Hill:- Hill:- and t Doctor HilL 35i2 Jefferson streets Kansas City, Mo. - The wedding was a simple home affair, only very close friends and relative beings present present The ceremony -was -was performed by Dr. HU1 in he living room where a color? scheme 'of pink, and -white -white was used.;' Daisies and pink roses predomi nated- nated- la the- the- decorations.' Before the ceremony. Miss" Mildred Hazelrigg, of i

Clipped from The Gazette Globe01 Jul 1915, ThuPage 2

The Gazette Globe (Kansas City, Kansas)01 Jul 1915, ThuPage 2
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