Friedman/Kelty wedding 27 jun 1914

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T f ; V' ft . SOCIETY CALENDAR. ' 4 :; j.:: v, . 4 ..';' TODAY. . jr - Ice Cream Social Younj Peo - 'j fW BocietT of Mt. Zlon Home . of L E. Ward, (evening) Market Cadies of Episcopal ' church at Furate'i grocery, (morn - ' Ing) . Penny Supper Ladies of M. " church at K. of P. tall. E. HXZT WEEK. '. TUESDAY. , , Tri Kappa Mist Josephine Ken - ' . ower) West Matilda atreet. . 71 Pany Gub Mrs. Ed .Cheno - b weth. (afternoon) .', THXJSSDAY. Ladies of St. John's Lutheran Church Mrs. John Kriegbaum. North Jefferson street, (afternoon 2to4),L ' : ; ' 'PICNIC LUNCHEON. ' The members of the Bridge tourna vinenc acme country club enjoyed a ' picnic luncheon at the club house yes ; terday at 1 o clock. . There were fifty present The decorations of the tables "were cut flowers and fern. After the luncheon the last meeting of the tour - ' aament was held.' The prizes were won by Mrs. Oscar Bradley of the married : ladies, and Miss Lucile Beck of the young ladies. 0. K. CROWD. The members of the 0. K. Crowd had planned a picnic at the Transit park last evening , in honor of Mrs. Hugh Kerschner, formerly Miss Edna Menish of this city, but on account of the rain T tbecrowd was obliged to seek shelter o the well filled baskets were taken to the home of Miss Gladys McLain , and' a fine picnic supper was enjoyed. ; FRI EDMAN - KELTY. Dame Rumor has it that the marriage marriage of Miss France Friedman, daughter daughter of - Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Friedman, lax Administrationw Scored in Report to Paul. Kelty, will take place in the near future'.5"" Although the couple have tried to' keep their engagement a quiet affair, the secret has gradually leaked out. The - wtdding"will probab1ybe next month., CHURCH MEETING. The ladies of the Presbyterian church met at the home of Mrs. C. E. Gray, ston Friday afternoon with Mrs. J. G Price and Mrs. Graynton as hostesses. Some interesting talks were given by several of the ladies. Dainty refresh mehts were served at 5 o'clock. MISSIONARY SOCIETY. The Missionary society of the First Christian church met with Mrs. W. H, Sando yesterday afternoon at her home on High street. A pleasant afternoon was epent after which refreshments were served by the hostess. ALPHA THETA. Miss Hazel Brumbaugh was hostess to the members - of the Alpha Theta ciowd at her home on East Matilda street last evenjng. After several social social hours a delicidus two course luncheon luncheon was served. ' LUTHERAN LADIES. The' ladies jfSt. John's Lutheran church will meet with Mrs. John Krieg baum at her home on North Jefferson street Thursday afternoon from 2 to o'clock. Fans In Fashion. Fans are likely to be more In vogue daring the summer season than they have been for some time, and they certainly certainly give a charming finishing touch to the toilet Lace and feather fafta have ever been favorites and can be very costly. Painted fans, too, may be very pretty and they are often gems of artistic design and execution. Feathers other than ostrich plumea are occasionally pressed into service, mounted on tortoise shell or mother of - peari sticks. Some of these stick are studded with genu, turquoises especially especially lending themselves with both to light and dark mounts. As a rule. opaque stones look best school, tendent. it. Orchestra "Come and report vention Christian forms mote." Tuesday ary theme a day by "The ject, ng o'clock ial be all who vixiting Will midst. ever serve Smith, ron Short electric Sacred fail to talk 10:30, subject, Man." all Peon time. vices. Corner Weyant, J. service day the present. held in

Clipped from The Huntington Press27 Jun 1914, SatPage 3

The Huntington Press (Huntington, Indiana)27 Jun 1914, SatPage 3
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