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Will Be September Bride Newlvweds Back From Motor Trip of Mr. and Mrs. William Loye, 1653 Bryant avenue south for a time. Guests who will attend the reunion include Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin M. Loye and their small daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Palmer Loye and their two little daughters, all of Xew York city. Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Locker of West Thirty-fourth street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss lieatrice Gluckman, to Mr. Nathan B. Roisman, eon of Mrs. A.
Roisman of Minneapolis. The wedding will tke place early In the winter. of Minneapolis and of Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago." The marriage will take place at the home of Miss Dale's parents in Pendleton, on August 22. The young couple will be at home In Detroit, after a trip through Canada and northern Minnesota. Mr.
Latta Is in the city for a few days. He will leave Tuesday for Pendleten, accompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Latta. Mr.
and Mrs. Ward L. Condit, 3117 Twenty-eighth avenue south, announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Marlon Florence Condit, to Mr. Robert Brown Allan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David M. Allan, 3620 Second avenue south. The wedding of Miss Condit and Mr. Allan will take place early in September.
Mr. and Mrs. George Guttsen, 3S30 Nineteenth avenue south, announce, the engagement 'of their daughter. Miss Allda Borghlld, to Mr. Irving William Goldschmidt of Excelsior, son of Mr.
William Goldschmidt of Excelsior. The wedding will take place In October. Mrs. Augusta M.irsehelder, 393S Emerson avenue north, announces the engagement of her daughter. Miss Lillian A.
Alarscheider, to Dr. F. George Relmann, son of Mr. and i I I 1 gsf 4TT I I VVA Troths Presage Numerous Early Fall Weddings Margaret Wedge Becomes Bride of W. H.
Pierce September 10. A NUMBER of Interesting en-gagements are being made known today, with weddings of the late summer and fall in pros-pert. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G.
Wedge, 3357 Calhoun boulevard, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Margaret, to Mr. Walter H. Pierce of La Salle, 111. The wedding will take place on Saturday, September 10, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Wedge. For her maid of honor Miss Wedge has. chosen Miss Ruthella Brown of North Held, and she will have her sister, Miss Miriam Wedge, for her bridesmaid. Two small sisters of Miss Wedge, Katherine and Barbara will act as flower girls. Mr.
Iiwell Anderson will be Mr, Pierce's host manv Mr, snd Mrs. Albert W. Graham, 3728 Colfax avenue south, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Jane Vatighan Graham, to Mr. Charles Earl Lamson of Minneapolis, son of Mrs. Holmes Bingham of Waverly, Minn." The marriage will take placa September 6 at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Graham, sff)TO MC.r?OL.ANO -hteppe photo MRS. SWADNER was Miss Vera Lucille RecUow before her marriage Wednesday, July 6, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Reckow, West Forty-third street.
Mr. and Mrs. Swadner have returned from a motor trip in northern Minnesota and are at home in Minneapolis. Mr. Swadner is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. George Swadner, 1915 Quincy street northeast. made by August 22, according to those in charge. Among those who are expected to enter the various divisions are Mrs. H.
R. Naftalln, Miss Carol Hoidale, Miss Irene O'Connor, Miss Barbara Scrlver, and Messrs. Earl Brown, George Klngsley, J. G. Goodspeed, L.
E. Wakefield, E. E. Blackley. F.
B. Wells, W. B. Harrington, and W. R.
Stevens. Plan Card Benefit. Officers of Plymouth camp R.N. will give a benefit card and bunco party Thursday evening at Eagles' hall, Eighth street and Fourth avenue south. Mrs.
August iimann, Jsos Oliver avenue north. The Rosa'ry society of the Church of the Holy Family, St. Louis park, will sponsor a 6 o'clock dinner Sun- day, August 21, In the subaudltorlum of the church, Mrs. Charles McCor-mlck Is chairman of arrangements for the dinner. Members of the committee assisting with arrangements include Mines.
J. C. Whelan. A. C.
Johnson, F. T. McCormlck. E. Nitke, P.
II. Grattan. M. Lambert, J. J.
Bennis and Miss Margaret O'Donnell. Mrs. George Benninghoff is in charge of the dinlngroom and her assistants will Include Mmes. K. Hecklund.
K. P. Emmer, E. Kehoe. V.
J. C. Murphy, M. L. Tates, Mary Gibson.
John Schultr. the Misses Eleanor Haber- A smart hat featured in st FURS Manufacturer August Sale at Wholesale Price Fur Garmentt Direct A rj Wi rrom raciory to vim. If. w- 2 The values in th August Sale are the low est ever offered and the assortment is the largest ever assembled. A complete stock of coats featuring among the values are: Hudson Seals, Northern Seals, Raccoons, Muskrats, Caraculs, Krimmers, in the most desirable trimmings and styles, manufactured in our own factory.
Payment Plans Conveniently Arranged The furs with a reputation for Quality and Work-manshiD. NEW YORK FUR COMPANY Wholrtalt Manufact Carnrr PlmAmt Avenue 2 SOUTH 0661 the August Vogue $15 CHICAGO Walter H. Pierce of LaSalle, wedding will take place Satur and Mrs. Wedge. given Friday afternoon by Mrs.
Edwin Adamson, Mrs. Charles Thiss, Miss Berntce Adamson, at the home of Mrs. Adamson, 1202 West Fifty-third street. Miss Olga Podany, 1714 Fifth street northeast, entertained at a bridge Saturday evening at her home honor of Miss Euynala M. Zie-mer.
Cards were played at three tables. Among the guests were the Misses Kathryn Millner, Susanne Jarosak, Helen MUiner, Kathryn Podany and Messrs. Harry Philip Dewey, William Urom, Russell Rit-ten, Harold Welch, Richard Harenza, and Joseph Podany. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Ltese of Marble, announce the marriage their daughter. Miss Dorothy Frances Liese, and Mr. Redding H. Rufe, son of Mrs. Wilson Lightcap Philadelphia, which took place at home of the brieVs parents, on Monday, August 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufe are now at home at 929 Fulton street northeast. Ladies of St Bridget's parish have made plans to sponsor a card party the benefit of the federation of mothers' clubs'at the New England tearooms on Monday, August 22. Bridge and five hundred will be played.
Fourteen relatives will gather here for the family reunion to be held during the last two weeks of August at the home of Mrs. -Alice C. Butler, "Longview," Groveland, Lake Minnotonka. Mrs. Butler and Miss Bertha A.
Butler have recent returned from their home at Beverly Hills, Calif. Before, going to the lake they visited at the home Grace E. Ellis Becomes Bride of G. L. Ware The Rev.
E. A. Drake Reads Service at Home of Bride's Father. X. Llewellyn Andrus Mar-; ries Mildred Collier at Edina Church.
UK marriage of Grace Elsie Ellis, daughter of Mr. Cadv Snpnoer Ellis. 3S29 Peaond avenue south, to Mr. George Leonard Ware of Minneapolis, took place on Tuesday, August 2, at the home of the bride's father. The Her.
Edward A. Drake read the mar-rlafre service at 5:30 o'clock In the presence of 50 cuests. An Improvised altar hanked with palms, fern, and cathedral candles formed the setting for the ceremony. A pro-ETsm of nuptial music was given hy Miss Aurora BeiK. pianist, and Miss Bernice Lund, violinist.
Mfs Virginia Ncis sang "At Dawning," Tromise Me," and "I Love You Truly." Attending the bride was her sister. Miss Harriet Ellis, who wore a gown cf orchid crepe combined with a deeper shade of velvet. She carried a bouquet of pink roses, daisies, and lavender sweet peas. Th bride wore a gown of pale pink chiffon made with an uneven hemline and bordered with cream tulle. She carried a lace handkerchief and wore a coral pin, both of which had been a part of the wedding finery of her mother.
Pink rosea and baby breath formed the bridal bouquet. Mr. and Mrs. Ware have- gone north for a wedding trip. For travel the bride la wearing a black satin dress over tan crepe, a black satin coat trimmed with mink fur, and a black velvet hat.
Sirs. Ware Is a graduate of Miss Wood'a achool, and Mr. Ware Is a graduate of the law achool at the University of Minnesota, MISS MILDRED EASTER-ling Collier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Collier of Edina, became the bride of Mr.
N. Andrus, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Andrus of Minneapolis, on Thursday Au. gust 2, at o'clock at the Edina Congregational church. The Rev. B. Henedict read the service in a set ting of palms, ferns, and cathedral candles Preceding the ceremony a pro gram of nuptial music was given by Mrs.
Bertha Marron King. Miss Mirtha Cooper sang "At Dawning," "1 Love You Truly," and "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice." Ushering were Messrs. Wesley Cawllln and Swen Johnson; Mr. Frank Andrus attended his brother a best man. Two former Carleton college classmates of the bride.
Miss Anne Merrill and Miss Margaret Bagley of Duluth, who attended as bridesmaids, wore period gowns of pa la green taffeta with orchid velvet extending down from the neckline. They carried arm bouquets of sweet ppas and baby breath. Miss Helen Jean Minty of Grand Rapids, who served as maid of wore a gown of peach taffeta and tulle. She carried an arm bouquet of sweet peas and roses. Jean Marie Wilson and Margaret Ella Wilsofi, cousins of the bride, wore ruffled organdy frocks with pink ribbons, and carried baskets of sweet peas and roses.
The bride, who entered with her father, wore a gown of ivory satin draped at the side and fastened with a rhlnestone cluster. Her tulle veil was held in place with pearls and orange, blossoms. The bridal bouquet was of roses and sweet peas in shower effect. Following the ceremony a reception of 100 guests was given, at the home of the bride's parents. The parents of the young couple received with the bridal party.
Mrs. Collier wore beige georgette and Mrs. Andrus wore blue crepe. Each wore a corsage of roses and sweet peas. After a short motor trip through northern Minnesota, Mr.
Andrus and his bride will be at home in Aberdeen, S. D. For travel the bride is wearing a beige gown, tan coat with fox fur, and a hat to match. Mr. and Mrs, C.
H. Andrus entertained at the bridal dinner at the Curtis hotel on August 1. ARRIAGE vows were ex changed between Miss Viola Matthes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Matthes, 3341 Grand avenue, and Dr.
William F. Hanson of Minneapolis Thursday evening. August 4, at 8:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. Theodore Schroedel of Mount Olive Lutheran church officiated.
Attending the young couple were Miss Clara Fanning, bridesmaid, and Dr. S. Burns, who acted as best man. On their return from a wed ding trip through t)ie northern part of Minnesota, Dr. Hanson and his bride will be at home after Septem ber 1 at 3220 Lyndale avenue south.
A THE home of the bride's parents. Miss Ethel Hattie Krueger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Krueger, 2701 Thomas avenue north, became the bride of Mr.
Norman F. Hartman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hartman of Princeton, on Wednesday afternoon, July 27. The Rev.
Alfred Wilka of Bt. Paul's Lutheran church officiated. Nuptial music included "At Dawning" and Promise Me," sung by Mrs. B. Hartman.
The "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" was used as the processional. Attending the bride was Miss Delia Peterson of Mountain Lake, She wora a gown of peach georgette and carried an arm bouquet of roses and weet peas. Mr. Frank E. Krueger brother of the bride, acted as best man.
Junior attendants were little Joycs Hartman, niece of the bride groom, who wore a white net frock over pink nd carried a basket of flowers; and little Arthur Kraft, Jr who earned the ring in an Uly. Tte bride, who entered with her father, wort a gown of whits eorj KNOX HATS Snelling Fetes Army Families to Leave Soon Several Functions Honor Captain and Mrs. P. H. Hudgins.
ATE summer entertaining at Fort Snelling is centering about officers and their wives who are departing for other army posts where they be stationed. Captain nd Mrs. P. II. Htxlgins of Fort Snelling will be honor guests at a supper and bridge which Lieutenant and Mrs.
Orion Davidson will give Sunday evening at their quarters at the fort. Captain and Mrs. Hudgins are being entertained extensively before leaving for Fort Riley, where Captain Hudgins has been ordered for service. Major and Mrs. W.
S. Fulton were hosts at a dinner party Saturday evening St the Officers' club at the fort, complimenting Captain and Mrs. and Lieutenant and Mrs. James Cooper. Covers were laid for 40.
The dinner preceded the -regimental dance at the Officers' club, at which officers and their wlvea stationed at the post were guests. Lieutenant and Mrs. C. Anderson gave a dinner bridge Wednesday evening, August 10, complimenting Captain and Mrs. Hudgins, and on Thursday, Mrs.
A. J. Russell was hostess at a bridge lunchean for Mrs. Hudgins at her bom at the ort. Major and Mrs.
Denham Crafton were hosts at a dinner party In Cap tain and Mrs. Hudgin's honor Thursday evening at their home, and on Friday evening. Lieutenant and Mrs. J. J.
Gorman gave a dinner and bridge In their honor. Mrs. H. D. Stetson will be hostess to the Summer Bridge club Tuesday afternoon at her home at Fort Snelling.
Last Tuesday, the club was entertained by Mrs. W. S. Fuller at her home. Miss Polly Fulton entertained with a supper party Sunday evening, August 7, at her home at the fort, in compliment to her house guest, 'Miss Kitty Ober, of White Bear.
Christianson Will Offer Trophy at Fair Horse Show Many Arranged for Program to Be Staged August 27. Governor Theodore Christianson will offer a silver loving cup to the winner In the walk-trot-canter stake class at the Hannepln county fair horse show to be staged Saturday afternoon, August 27, at 2 o'clock. Patrons at the affair will Include Governor Christianson, Mr. George Klngsley, and Mr. Earle Brown.
Various classej for contestants will Include the following: Walk-trot-canter, walk-trot-canter pair, walk-trot-canter stake, five galted, hunters, Jumpers, ponies, equestrian, and fine harness. Stake entries must be TU RS. M. E. WATERBURY of Miami, formerly of Minneapolis, announces the engagement of ber daughter.
Miss Lyla E. Waterbury, to Mr. James A. Haynes, son of Mr. Harvey Haynes, 2317 Blalsdell avenue.
Miss Waterbury will come north a'hd will be met by Mr. Haynes In Chicago, where their wedding will be quietly solemnized, August 23. Mrs. Haynes, mother of Mr. Haynes, will accompany htm to Chicago, and will be present at the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dale of Pen-dleton.
announce the engagement of their daughter, Irva, to Mr. Lynn Meredith Latta of Detroit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Latta of Minneapolis. Miss Dale is a graduate of the University of Oregon and is a teacher of physical education In the schools of Detroit, Mich.
Mr. Latta is' a graduate of Central high school constantly added to for women and misses For sports and day time wear the smartly appareled woman chooses a hat by Knox Her intuition and her unfailing good taste tell her she looks her loveliest in hats bear -irig the Knox label $10 to 15 MAURICE BOy AfISS 'WEDGE'S engagement to Wedae. 3357 Calhoun boulevard. The day, September 10, at the home of ette over white satin, and a tull veil caught in place with orange blossoms. Her flowers were roses, sweet peas, and baby breath.
Following the ceremony a reception for 60 guests was given at the home of the bride's parents. Garden flowers were used throughout the rooms. Out-of-town guests at the wedding Included Mr. and Mrs. William Hart-man, parents of the bridegroom, and Mr, and Mrs, George Hartman, all of Princeton, and Mr.
and Mrs. A. Haralson of Greenbush, Minn, Mr, Hartman and his bride w-ill make tnelr future home in Minne apolis. HE MARRIAGE of Miss Ger trude Katherine Henry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Henry, of 1342 Morgan avenue north, I to Mr. Hjalmar A. Dahl of Wllklns- burgh, son of Mrs.
A. Dahl of Toronto, S. took place at the home of the parents, Satur day evening, August 6, at 8 o'clock. The service was read by the Rev. George Carleton Story of Gethse- mane Episcopal church, before an altar of palms, oak boughs, gladioli and candles in the presence of 40 guests.
Miss Ruth Hurlbut played the nup tial music, and Miss Fern Michael sang "At Dawning," and "I Love You Truly." Miss Lola Henry was the only attendant for her sister, and Victor Dahl, brother of the bride groom, was best man. The bride were a gown of white georgette, the skirt of which was trimmed with tiers of silk fringe and rhinestorfe buckles. Her tulle veil was arranged under a coronet of pearls, and she carried a shower bouquet of white and pink roses, white sweet peas and baby breath. Her sister wore a gown of pale green georgette, trimmed with rhinestones, and she carried pink roses, orchid sweet peas and baby breath. Mr.
and Mrs. Dahl have gone east by way of the Great Lakes. They will be at home after August 35 at 418 McNalr street, Wilklnsburg, Pa. Out of town guests were Mrs. A.
A. Dahl, the Misses Myrtle and Es- ther Dahl, Victor Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. E. Dahl, all Toronto, S.
and Mr. Walter, Ahlberg of Brookings, S. D. 5 ANE MRS. WALLACE F.
E. WAHLSTROM (Geneva Gail Outland), are now at home at 5041 Bloomington avenue south. Their marriage took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Outland of Vincent avenue north, on Saturday evening, August 6, at 8:30 o'clock.
The Rev. R. C. Moyer read the service before an improvised altar of palms, ferns, and cathedral candles, in the presence of 50 guests. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of- white flat crepe, elaborated with crystal beads, and a tulle veil caught with clusters of lilies of the valley.
Her flowers were bride's roses and baby breath in shower effect. Mrs. A. Soderberg, matron of henor, wore tan georgette combined with lace, and carried a bouquet of tea roses and sweet peas. Mr.
Soderberg acted as best man. A reception was given at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. ISS LAURA KELLEY has chosen Saturday, August 27, as the date of her marriae-e to Mr. Howard C. Kenyon, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rex. H. Kenyon, 4817 Second avenue south. Miss Kel-ley's engagement was announced in the spring by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Stuart H. Kelley of Omaha, Neb. Attending Miss Kelley at her wedding will be Miss Marian Hagler of Lakota, X. and Miss Dorothy Kelley, a sister of the bride-elect of Omaha.
Mr. Dorance Ryerse of Minneapolis will act as best man. The wedding service will be read by the Rev. w. E.
Dudley at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ryerse at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. For Miss Kelley a bridge was Mr. Mr.
and in of of the for ly StYLt LtTTtH As Usual Our Paris Special Correspondent Sends Us Some Interesting Details: Crepe satin dresses are gaining in vogue, either cut very simply with a dip to one side or combined in two colors, one "shade honey, Madonna blue or mauve pink, the other navy, nigger or black The application of pointed black panels or diagonal draperies slanting from one shoulder across the front and tied on the hip, falling in a shell below the hem seems to me characteristic over a light satin foundation. The small draped sash knotted in front is chic and Worth introduces the kick godet in the middle of the skirt in front and maybe one in the The bodice is cut in shells or wavedflat layers or simply stitched bands giving a non-committal waistline as the last bands tie in neat bows at some given angle, usually in front. Lizard is' still fashionable but stitched bags of the envelope shape in any kind of fabric from tweed to lame are newer; the smartest are merely quilted satin to match the dress or coat with a crystal button as a fastening. ROTHSCHILD CO tdtct Clothing Houm NICOLLET AT 4TH MINNEAPOLIS is ST. PAUL Howard's Buttermilk Cream Best Sunburn and Tan ii i "tr I A Magician in Disguise rPHE jewelry craftsman is modern Merlin.
With in- finite skill and cunning he remodels your 'old-fashioned. jewelry and creates a thing of beauty, fresh in design and thoroughly fashionable. Bring us some of your outmoded rings and brooches. At small cost you can have a lovely new piece to add to your collection. There is no charge for designing.
AUGUST SALE OF PLYMOUTH FURS Kpw mndels are For Freckles, Old Time Recipe of Buttermilk Cream in New Way A Gentle Masssge with Fingers Before Retiring" Is All That Is Necessary. Big Demand for New Dressing Table Package Amaics Druggists. The old-time application of Batter- milk and Cream to whiten and preserve the skln and remove harsh little wrinkles and ugly sallowness Is grandmother's recipe and women throughout the country are again using it to ensure a beautiful complexion and snow-white hands and arms. Buttermilk, howeverIs not always obtainable, but a specialist has at last, perfected a method of concentrating buttermilk and combining it with a perfect cream, which you can buy in' small quantities ready to use at any first class drug store by simply asking for "Howard's Buttermilk Cream." There is no secret about it nor Is there any doubt about the result-It's Just a common ordinary buttermilk in the form of a wonderful cream gently massaged with the linger tips around the corners of the our large assortment, so that every new style is included. At the low out of season prices now prevailing, excellent values are being offered.
August is the. time to select your furs for the coming season. dfwtac PLYMOUTH FlUHS HENNEPIN at SIXTH eyes and mouth. To get the best effect, be sure to follow the simple directions. Walgreen Drug Stores and alLgood druggists guarantee a noticeable improve, ment after the first application or they will refund the money.
IMPORTANT Even the finest face creams fall it the BOap you use is harsh, Howard's Buttermilk Cream Soap keeps skin smooth, soft and pliable, At AU Walgreen Drug Stores JEWELERS 33-35 South Seventh Street Minneapolis ft.
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