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THIS MINNEAPOLIS MORNING TRIBUNE: TUESDAY DECEMBER 29 123 'n 5, 4 5 1 v. 2 iLBm-iwaq f1 -ii i i mer in r.ngiann. inoy tmii return ui i TIriir- dinct nt I August. I of brown chiffon velvet with satin to match. Hho carried an arm bouqu' of i rchids. Mr. Sims, who met On Movie Committee of District Women's Clubs i nf Hirl Sirniits I I i i Lorraine Chapter Will Install O.E.S. Officers Tomorrow Organ Prelude Will Open Program Arranged for Evening. A BENEFIT CONCERT UNDER the auspices of Sigma Alpha Iota, na tional professional music sorority, will be given the evening of January 20, ii the Unitarian church. Artists on tin program will include Mrs. Henri Ve brufcghen, soprano, who will give a lec Hire and sing folic songs; Mr. William Lindsay, pianist, and Miss Jennie Cul len, violinist. Twenty-five guests were entertained at a homecoming party given by Phi chapter of the sorority last evening at the home of Miss Glady's Mariette, 3937 Elliot avenue. The honor guests includ ing members who are home for the holi days were the Misses Melba Bye, Helen Lehmann, Didrikka Stub, Ruth Williams and Helen Bchwend. Miss Ruby Pierce made the general arrangements for the party. MISS STELLA LOUISE WOOD will return the latter part of the week from Forest, 111., where she is the guest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Wood, over the holiday season. TINY CORSAGE BOUQUETS OF violets and pink rose buds marked the places at the dinner party given last evening by Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Over-lock of Hennepin avenue in compliment to Mrs. Marguerite Hasey Chapman, whose marriage to their son, Mr. Rus 1 ft Jf f'i 3 '111 I. 1 At -l 1 in ii of Newton avaiun south, whose mar-ringe to Mr. Alvln It. Witt will le solemnized Saturday. There will be 15 guests. Red roses were used in the rooms at the trou.spe,au tea Mrs. Healy gave yesterday f'ir her daughter. AssiHting Mrs. Healy were Mmes. Charles F. Witt, Louis Witt, Reginald J. Healy, Richard Htremel, Harry Nebelthau and Arthur Danenbaum, the Misses Eleanor White and Anno Healy of Minneapolis, Mrs. Gene Emmons of Sandusky, Ohio, and Miss Grace Purmort of Van Wert, Ohio, who arrived yesterday noon to be guests of MIbs Healy until after the wedding. MR. AND MRS. W. E. WHEELER of Irving avenue south will be hosts this evening at a dinner party for 20 guests at the Athletic club, preceding the Intercollegiate ball to be given at tha Nicollet hotel COVERS WERE LAID FOR 24 guests at the bridge luncheon Mrs. Horace Pettlt Webster gave yesterday afternoon in her home, 1771 Girard avenue south, complimenting Miss Charlotte Llndley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarkson Lindley. On Wednesday evening Miss Llndley's marriage to Mr. Valentine Wurtcle will tako place in Plymouth Congregational church. AN INFORMAL TEA IN COMPLI-ment to Miss Rachel Eddy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Eddy of Vancouver, B. the house guest of Mrs. Horace E. Peck of West Twenty-second street, was giver, yesterday afternoon by the Misses Helen Baxter and Annette Bardwell, at the home of Mits Baxter, 4601 Fremont avenue south. Miss Eddy is the fiancee of Mr. Roderick Daniel Peck. PINK AND WHITE TULIPS WERE used in the rooms at the bridge and shower Mrs. Washington Yale, 2120 Nic ollet avenue, gave yesterday, complimenting Miss Virginia Berkeley Badger, daughter of Mrs. William A. Badger of Harriet avenue. The marriage at Miss Badger and Mr. Chester Rockstad Cooney will take place Saturday evening in Plymouth Congregational church. PLYMOUTH CONGREGATIONAL church was the scene yesterday of a very quiet wedding when Miss Ethel Maude Hayes of Cleveland, Ohio, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hayes of Billings, and sister of Mr. George M. Hayes, 3214 Colfax avenue south, became the bride of Mr. William Sims, of Kansas City. The Rev. Harry P. Dewey read the service, with only close friends and relatives present. Evergreens, palms and ferns decorated the chancel of the church for the ceremony. The bride, who was given In marriage by her brother, Mr. George M. Hayes, wore a straight line gown Mrs. Maude J. "White, worthy grand matron of Minnesota O.E.S., will act as the installing ofiicr for the public Induction of officers of Lorraine chapter, O.E.S., Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Scottish Rita temple. Mmes. H. Brown, Lillian Graham Bell and O. P. Wlsner will assist. Officers to tie Installed include Miss Rose P. Gould, worthy matron; Mr. Frank II. Brown, worthy patron; Miss Florence Schonebatim. associate matron; Miss Grace V. Thompson, secretary; Miss Ida C. Hill, treasurer: Miss Margaret E. Thompson, conductress, and Miss Frances J. Neumann, associate conductress. Mrs. Lillian Cheeseman will serve as chairman of the program to presented during the evening. Included on the numbers will ba an organ prelude. Mrs. Wlsner; a group of songs by the Lorraine Choral club, with Mr. Charles Kirk, director, and Mrs. F. O. Rodgers, pianos; reading by Mrs. Ethel Olson Pederson; dancing and singing. Misses Virginia and Mercedes Brenna, accompanied by Mrs. Violet Engel, and violin selections by Mr. Alfred Falk, accompanied by Miss Dorothy Falk. Following the regular program Monday evening, January 4, there will be a dance and entertainment for the members on the eighth floor of the Masonic temple. Mrs. C. Cousins is the general chairman. MISS ELIZABETH MELONE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Melone of Pleasant avenue, will entertain with a dinner party for 12 guests at her home New Year's night, honoring Miss Katherine Bauer, a Vassar college student who is visiting here as tha guest of Miss Frances Goetzniann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. I Goetz-mann, 400 Rirtecwood avenue. Miss Emmy Lu Weed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weed, 393 Mississippi river boulevard, St. Paul, was hostess at an Informal luncheon at her home yesterday afternoon, honoring Miss Bauer. Mrs. James A. Latta will give a luncheon at her home on Fremont avenue south next Monday afternoon honoring Miss Frances fiigman of Monti-cello, a student at Vassar college, who -will arrive on Thursday to visit as the guest of Miss Margaret Brad-shaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Bradshaw, 1769 Colfax avenue south, and to return with her to Vassar on Monday. A theater party will follow the luncheon. Honoring Mrs. Lat-ta'a guest, Miss Marian McGrath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. IL Mo-Urath of Seattle, formerly of Minneapolis, who arrived last evening, Mrs. Bradshaw will entertain lnferr-ally at her home Sunday evening with a buffet supper. MISS MILDRED SHAW WILL EN- tertaln at a breakfast Thursday morn-J Ing at tbe Minneapolis Athletic cluo in honor of Miss Bernice Healy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Healy J' 4 lJ-J4ll -1 .1 1 WUTCM ISON fA t'X-'r "i -i fX 4 I i MARTIN MIUL-BZI? PHOTO iS sell Foote Overlock, will take place to-1 morrow evening. Pink roses and pink tapers centered the table, at which covers were laid for 14. MR. AND MRS. FLOYD O. PHIL-lips, Fullerton, N. Mr. Melvin Phillips, and Miss Olive Olson of Duluth, and Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Jones and Mr. Leonard J. Phillips of Austin have returned to their homes after spending Christmas week as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Kinney, 2725 Colfax avenue south. Other guests spending Christmas at the Kinney home were Mr. and Mrs. David L. Kinney of Rochester, Miss Lucile Skeels of Dawson, Miss Ivy Bradwell of Houghton Spring, England; Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Nordland and daughters, Dolores and Betty Gay, 3604 Stevens avenue; Mr. and Mrs. George P. Skeels and son, John, 3342 Girard avenue south; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eerkins, 4412 Garfield avenue south, and Mrs. Walter Sisson of St. Paul. IN COMPLIMENT TO THEIR niece, Miss Gudrun Margaret Aasgaard, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Aasgaard of Stevens avenue, and her fiance, Mr. Theodore Greenfield of Bismarck, N. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cypreansen, 3320 Lyndale avenue nouth, entertained at dinner last evening at their home. Covers were laid for 35. Miss Aas-gaard's marriage to Mr. Greenfield will take place this evening. MISS MARGARET BUDD WILL EB the guest of honor at a tea Miss Ellen Senkler, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George E. Senkler of Goodrich avenue, St. Paul, will give Saturday. afternoon in her home. Hours will be from 4 until 6 o'clock." Miss Budd's engagement to Mr, Ben McGiveran of Hudson was announced recently. IN HONOR OF MISS KATHERINK Stickney of Englewood, N. Mrs. Edgar Russell of Goodrich avenue, St. Paul, gave a luncheon yesterday afternoon in her home. Miss Stickney ir the guest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stickney of White Bear, Miss Louise Price. Miss Price of New York city, head of the camp department of the National Girl Scouts, was hoior guest the annual reunion iHnner of Camp Minnesota held last evening at 6 o'clock In Westminster Presbyterian church. Jorie Johnston, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Louis Johnston and her fiance, Mr. Edward Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Howard. The wedding of Miss Johnston and Mr. Howard will take place Tuesday evening, January 6. LAST EVENING MR. AND MRS. John D. McMillan of Clifton avenue, left for Pasadena, where they will spend two months. DEPARTING ON JANUARY 4 FOR the east to resume their studies will be Mr Clellan Card, son of Dr. and Mrs. William H. Card of Humboldt avenue south, a student at Kutger's college, New Brunswick, N. and his house guest, Mr. Melville Krogness, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Krogness of San rancisco, formerly of Minneapolis, who attends Harvard university. Mr. Krogness came here to spend the Christmas hodldays at the Card home. Mr. Clellland Card was awarded his let ter in football this season at Rutgers, where he played left tackle on the college eleven. DR. AND MRS. J. C. MICHAEL (Blanche McCarthy), 2853 Bryant ave- ue south, will leave Friday for New York, to sail January 6 on the De Grasse, to spend several months In Europe. They will go first to Par from there to Munich, and to Italy, where they will meet Mrs, Michael's father, Mr. T. G. McCarthy, when be arrives from Naples In March, from a Mediterranean cruise. Mr, McCarthy will sail February 2 on the Rotterdam. Dr. and Mrs. Michael and Mr. McCarthy will spend Easter in Rome, and after motoring in Italy, France, Germany and Belgium, Dr. and Mrs. Michael will go to London In May, to spend the sum- I wrTiiiiBrii a In the last few years, I have gathered thousands of beautiful Art Objects for The Beard Art Galleries. We must re duce this fine collection by means of a special discount sale, giving you a real advantage. Every piece is guaranteed. IIARINGTON BEARD Special Sale at 'j Discount Closes Thursday Night 66-68 South 10th Street Charges may be made in January. bride at the altar, was unattended. Mr. and Mrs. Sims immediate! after the curemony for Kansas Clt: where they will make their home. Su day evening, Mr. and Mrs. Hayes tertained with a bridal dinner at tl University club for the young coupl There were eight guests. MISS ANNA II MARGARET THRESI er, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fran L. Thresher. 1708 Irving avenue tout entertained 12 guests at dinner la evening preceding the dancing pari she gave with the Misses Elizabe Dodge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ro rrftl. Dodgj. and Elisabeth Je- ett, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. Jewett, at the Thorjie Country clu Christmas, greens were used in decor, ing the clubhouse, where 100 true; were entertained. BRIDGE WAS PLAYED AT SEVEj tables at the bridge part given teiduy by Mrs. Charles E. Leigh a Mrs. Edwin Dodge at the home of Mi Leigh, 2323 Blulsdell avenue, honorii their daughters, the Misses Kathr Leigh and Katherine Dodgr, Yuletl decorations were used through rooms. Miss Jelgh, who attends I-elmont school, Nashville, MIbs Dodge, a student at Vassar lege, are spending the lioltdayg 'l their parents. A BUFFET SUPPER AND 6MOKI for the Twin City Dartmouth aluti and undergraduate was held 1' evening at o'clock at the Town a Country club. Arrangements were charge of Mr. Ryland Rothschild Fairmount avenue, 8t, Paul. MR. AND MRS. E. J. BEXTOK. Dupont avenue south, ar recelv! congratulations on tbe birth of a son MRS. C. W. BAILEY. S73S HARRIJ avenue, has as her guest Mrs, Fi Hanna, of Monroe. 1. She will here for three weeks. Mrs. Hanna ca: to eiend Christmas here with ii Bailey. PROFESSOR AND MRS. CEPH D. All In aked several of the wen terested In International law at the versify for tea yesterday afternoon meet Professor Manley Hudson Harvard university, Cambridge, Professor Hudson spoke in St. yesterday morning, and was princi; speaker at the Woodrow Wilson blr day anniversary dinner given last nlng at the Curtis hotel. TO VISIT HER PARENTS, and Mrs. William Huntington Fobee Crocus hill, St. Paul, Mrs. George Cat Barclay (Elizateth Weed Moore) arrive this week from New York, HOTEL I ear Under the Management of Geo. L. Crocker I im dfr'H" SH lb ar I ill 'II Many Affairs Mark Height of Holiday Season Clara Louise Ottis Makes Debut at Ball Given in Saint Paul Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. John Crosby Entertain in Honor of Helen Pillsbury. -a- THE HOLIDAY SOCIAL season at its heipht, a great many interesting affairs includ-tup dinners, tuijiper dances', a delut ball mid weddings of prominent younp people im-cui! -ociet's attention last eve-iiinp. At one of the most pretentious holiday soda! events in the Twin Cities, Mips Clara Louise Ottis made her debut when her parents, Jir. and Mrs. Francis J. Ottis of Goodrich avenue, St. Paul, save hall last evening In the Saint Paul hotel. Keceiving with Miss ottis and her parents were, her uncle mid aunt, Secretary of State Frank B. Kellogg and Mrs. Kellogg, who are frpen'l'ns the holidays in St. Taul. A gown of cream-colored Spanish lace elaborated with a of rhlne-stones, and fashioned with a round-necked, sleeveless bodice and a flared skirt, was worn by Miss Ottis. Mrs. ottis was gowned In white brocaded satin and Mrs. Kellogg wore the gown she nppeared in at her first presentation at the Court of St. James, a model cf silver cloth ornamented with turquoises and brilliants. Secretary and Mrs. Kellogg will leave tomorrow evening for Washington. Varicolored flowers banked against cybotium ferns and southern smilax made a colorful background in the refectory room of the hotel, where the Ktiests were received. In the palm room, Christmas trees, ferns and southern smilax furnished the setting, with festoons of the smilax and bells hanging from the ceiling. 1 Preceding the ball, which was attended by many from Minneapolis, a number of dinners were given. Mr. and Mrs. Horace H. Irvine of Summit avenue and Mr. and Mrs. William Graves of Holly avenue gave dinners, as did Mr. and Mrs. George Stone Ilarden-bergh of Summit ccurt. Complimenting her guest. Miss Elinor Trostel of Milwaukee, and for Miss Florence Loomls of Burlingame, who Is visiting Miss Hortense Eigelow, Miss Margaret Budd gave a dinner in her home on Fairmount avenue. The guests later attended the ball. Mr. Frederick Pabst of who also came to attend the affair, is a guest at the Saint Paul hotel. Twenty-five guests were entertained at the dinner given last evening by Mr. and Mrs. John Crosby, 2104 Stevens avenue, for Miss Helen Pillsbury, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. PilLsbury of East Twenty-second street, who made her debut shortly before Christmas. Poinsettlas and Christmas candles formed the appointments for. the dinner at which Dr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Law were hosts in their iuome, 2310 Stevens avenue, in honor of Miss Eleanor Blakely, niece of Mr. and Mrs. favour S. Langdon of Pillsbury ave nue, another of the season's debutantes. Covers were placed for 16 guests. At their homo on Park avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin M. Crosby entertained at a dancing party last evening for their daughters, the Misses Carolyn and Olive Crosby, who ar borne from Miss Masters' school at Dobbs' Ferry, N. for the holidays. The guests included members of the younger school group. ABOUT 200 COUPLES ATTENDED the annual ball given by Minnesota alumnae of Trinity college in Washing ton, last evening In the Nicollet hotel, where Christmas decorations of holly wTeaths and fir trees were used in the rooms. Bridge games had been ar ranged for those who did not dance. Patrons and patronesses for the ball Included Dr. and Mrs. Horatio B. Sweet ser, Mr. and Mrs. Morris McDonald Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Samels, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tappan and Mrs. Mary Moan of Minne apolis; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Murphy, Mrs. Mary Culllgan and Mrs. John P. Melady of St. Paul. Arrangements were made by Mrs, Frank S. Preston (Teresa Sweet-ser), president of the association; Miss Clare Samels, vice president; Miss Mary McDonald; secretary-treasurer; Mrs. C. Michael (Blanche McCarthy), Mrs E. J. Murphy, the Misses Marion Tap- pan and Agnes Moan of Minneapolis; the Misfas Catherine Melady, Calherin Murphy and Florence Osborne of St Paul. Miss Frances Peterson of Lltch field, a former student at Trinity col lege, was an out-of-town guest at the dance. STEEVIA AND POINSETTIAS with white and silver tapers In crystal holders, decorated the table at the brld al dinner given by Mrs. Charles F. ILir Ha lat evening at the Minneapolis ciud, honoring Miss Mildred Daunt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Daunt and her son. Mr. Preston S. Haell Covers were placed for 26 guests Sil vered Christmas trees were used to decorate the room. Preceding' the' flfnner a rehearsal for the marrlaca of Mla Daunt and Mr. Haglln, to take place this evening In Gethsemane Episcopal cnurcn, was neld. MR. WALTER W. HEFFELFIXGEU leu jasi evening for Hazelton, Pa nere ne wiu attend the marriage at noon Thursday of Miss Ruth Jones of Jiaieiton and his nephew, Mr. Georg rteueinnger, which will take place In tne airsi rresbyterian church. SIXTEEN GUESTS WERE ENTER-tained at the buffet supper and bridge uiua ivnuouse, 2424 West Twen ly-iounn street, cava list vin. i hor home, complimenting Miss Mar- STEIN WAY PIANOS Both rprlhtt eCWaWfaaKMIIBllgliiilBJIBBlllllSKCBliKgiEPl IIBIIIBiaFlfflill NEW NICOLLET 0 Wishes You A iicrami in SPECIAL NEW YEAR'S DINNER $1.50 Served from 12 to 9 P. M. Music 12 to 2 P. M. Wesley Barlow's New Nicollet Hotel Orchestra Concert and Dancing 6 to 8:15 P. M. THE XT ew hi FOR EVERY GOOD TIME Newest and Finest Hotel in the Northwest! i. 1 1 it' 2rz; -JHv. Mr Wear a Tuxedo One of these handsome new ones can add lots of pleasure to all your parties. Beautifully cut and tailored correct in every detail wonderfully comfortable strikingly good looking Also 3350 60 65 iv mii'i i. ir ii, 53 Maurice Rothschild Co Palace Clothing House NICOLLET AT 4TH ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO 'J 'ftscca. THK COMPLETE MIMC MOKE Magic Words If'f Btelnway. A tru aniet to anyone. ST-4S1 h. nth raciflaavBitsnaBraaBa

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