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Waterloo Evening Courier Newspaper Archive: February 17, 1916 - Page 7

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   Waterloo Evening Courier And Waterloo Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 17, 1916, Waterloo, Iowa                              WATERLOO EVENING COURIER AND.IMPORTER, 'URiUSOAY, FEBRUARY 17, and SOCIETY Thursday Evening. Alumni of O. L. -V. A. dancing hall. Friday Afternoon. Priscilla T. F. Glanny. D.- D.. Reading circle entertains of Mrs. John Browu. Happy Friday C. B. Bittinger, street. Pioneer Day Woman's Christian association rooms. Friday Evening. K. of P. dancing of P. hall. BUSY 'WITH John Bunyan Smith, pastor of Wal- nut Street Baptist.Church, was kept busy'with'weddings yesterday, hav- ing three after the noon hour. W. W. Yokom and Mrri. Anna Smith of New Hartford were the first partici- pants. At 3 o'clock the wedding of Miss Lodemia Clay, daughter of H. B. Clay of 1217 Bertch avenue, to Mr. Martin Wittrup of Turtle Lake, N. D., was celebrated at the church study in the presence of a small com- pany relatives. Miss Lyla Clay, a cousin of the bride from Dubuque, attended the bride and Mr. Roy Clay, a brother of the bride, was best man. The bride wore a traveling costume of brown broadcloth with hat to har- monize ah d wore a .corsage of roses apd-lilies .of the. valley. Dinner was served to Uie-company at the Savoy cafe, the. decorations being in nar- cissi and jonquils. Mrs. Wittrup has made Waterloo her home tor about sixteen'years and has been connect- ed with the county treasurer's office until recently. After an eastern trip Mr and Mrs. Wittrup will go to their home in Turtle Lake, where Mr. Wittrup operates a ranch. The, out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. ,T. Clay and Miss Lyla Clay of Dubuque, Mr. Mark Hewitt of Mas- send; Miss Berntce White of Han- over HI- 'Mr. and Mrs. James Wit- 'trup of Manning, and 'Mrs. Hansen, a sister, of the groom, from Missouri Valley. Last evening at 8 o'clock Rev; J. B. Smith performed the .wedding ceremony for Miss Bessie Gaskins, daughter'of Mr. Charles Gaskins, to Mr. Vernal J. Arthur of La Porte City at the home of Mr. and Mrs Hugo Berghaus, 1125 street west. Mrs. Berghaus is sister of the bride. A company eighteen relatives and friends wit nessed the ceremony, including Mrs George Hitt and Miss Flossie Arthu of La Porte City and Mr. Clifford Wilson of Mt. Auburn. A tray lunch eon was served to the guests. Th bride wore a modish suit of Copen hagen blue. Mrs. Arthur attende west high for two years and Constance Harrison acted as bridesmaids. The gowns of all were most attractive iu their quaint old- fashioned simplicity, tho bride wear- Ing1 a gown of white taffeta with a. background of silver threads and small Dresden flowers. The short hooped skirt had a close fitting basque trimmed in rose point and duchesse lace, an heirloom in the bride's family. Instead of tho usual veil of tulle, she wore a large hat of white lace trimmed with flat little nosegays of Dresden flowers, and car- ried a shower botiquet of mauve or- chids and lilies of the valley. Miss Winter's gown was of orchid taffeta and the maids wore hydrangea club taffeta gowns, each carrying biiskets of spring flowers. Mr. Clarence fooie was best man to the groom and Mr. Charles Rec- kitt was master of ceremonies. The ushers were Newell Ely, brother of the groom, and Raymond Nogglo, brother of the bride. Miss Louise Lindner of Waterloo played the wed- ding march. Following a wedding trip in the south Mr. and Mrs. Ely will be at home after March 15 at the Green- wood Inn. Av pretty wedding was celebrated Wednesday morning at o'clock at St. Mary's Catholic church in GU- bertville, when Miss Catherine Fed- DAILY FASHION HINTS By J'hilllps was hostcsK to tho woman of St. Francis circles yesterday nftornoou. Tliu time spout In liemmliifi; townls for tho hospital and vocal numbers by Mrs. Nk'hols inul Mrs. lo, iU'compixiilcil by May Sawyer imd Mrc. Van Aniau, wore cn- joy.Ml. LUNCHEON H. F. nml Mrs. W. H. McDon- ald hnve issued invltiillona for :i 1 j'clock luncheon on Friday, Feb. 1.8, to inoml.'crH of tho Rlvorslilo Drivo lub. Tho uffixlr will Iw nivcm lit Mrs. homo, 411 Seventh Kll'OOl WCHt. HIHT1IDAY honor of her birthday anniversary Mian Hor- tlui MorcelloB will ontcrtnlii si eom- pr.ny of twenty young people a I her homo, 515 WashtuKlou stroot, this ATERLOO f -i> evening. Dnnctnt; will bo tho feature of the entertainment. KUAUCHLIGHT Fcb- viiury rammltton of the Searchlight bs of Walnut Street Ilnptlftt church will ontertnln at the homo Mrs. L. G. Adams, 418 Walnut street, on afternoon. Now Is tho time to foexi ground bones to your chickens. Wionc your order lo .folui Kullcnbacli, 447. Jjiifajcdc St. (advertisement) erspiel, only daughter Federspiel, was united of .Mrs. M. iu. marriage ElevenU a o to Mr. Math Delagardelle, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Delagardelle, both of GUbertville. Uev. Father ohn Nemmers read the nuptial mass n the presence of over 150 relatives nd friends. The bride was attended by Miss reronica Huberty, a cousin, and Mr. Frank Delagardelle, brother ot the jropni, acted as best man. The >ride's gown was fashioned of white atin and embroidered net with a ouch of yellow. Her veil was made of a Dutch cap Conn with yellow and vhite roses. The bridesmaid wore" a gown of rose, colored crepe de chine vith lace trimmings. The bridal party and relatives were entertained at the wedding breakfast at the home of the bride, and in the evening seventy young folks were en- :ertalned at a reception. Mr. and Mrs. Delagardelle will make their home on a farm four .miles south of Raymond. after whic she graduated from Commerce in 1912. The semi-tailored hat with a four cornered brim IB a feature of the season. Some of the dressier hats also show this four cornered effect in the crowns, also. Lewis designed tins very smart turban in. white milan with narrow brim of black velvet and deep crown, the top of which is a perfect square. A bouquet of violets, oven to the tinsel wrapping, sets on the side of the crown. In tho illustration the brim is turned up in four cornered style and faced with glazed kid. A rose and spray of leaves afford smart trimming. Broke Out in Small Pimples, Itching So Severe Could Not Sleep. Burned Badly. In 10 Days HEALEDBYCUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMENT "I Imd ft sort, of  02. Cut "Orer All" Apron in 3 sizes: Small, medium and large. It requires 3-8 yards of 36 inch material for a medium size. Price 1 Oc. also given to the other pastors and their wives to be present. A short i program will be given. LINCOLN Mrs. Ada Warren, president of Lincoln circle, Eleanor Johnson will give a paper on j Ladies oF the G. A. R., wishes to meet 'Rabindranth Tagore." Miss Naneen the officers of the circle at 4 o'clock HONOR VISITING courtesy to Mrs. Wm. Duncomb o Fort Dodge, who is a house guest of Mrs. G. G. Bickley, Mrs. E. M. Storm -was hostess at the Plaza theatre party last evening. After the party the eight guests went to the Storm home where bridge was enjoyed. Mrs. Bfckley received the high favor and presented It to her guest. Light re- freshments were served. The guests were Mesdames Frank Pinkerton, M. H. Kimball. Duncomb, G. G. Bickley, W. B. Shallenberger, G. E. Boyce, M. W. Ohaver and Storm. Several so- cial functions are being planned for Mrs. Duncomb during her visit. Mrs Storm and Mrs. Duncomb will bo din- ner guests of Mrs. M. J. Perrin at Clarksville tomorrow. WESTMINSTER The Missionary society of Westmin- ster Presbyterian church met for its annual meeting In the church parlors yesterday afternoon. Officers elected Davis will give the music in of Miss Helene Balliett. HONOR and] Mrs. Beebe of 110 Commercial obligating street last, evening entertained in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Manalil, who were wedded last week. Various games featured the enter- tainment, among them being a valen- tine hunt at. the close o( which Mrs. Manahl found a fine collection of gifts.. Covers were Inid for twelve and a two-course luncheon was serv- ed by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Charles Jewell and Mrs. K. Her- place tomorrow afternoon in Memorial hall. A picnic supper will be served ami the regular meeting in the even- bc for initiation, balloting For the 10 cents enclosed please send pattern to the fol- lowing address: Size ..........Pattern No. 1 502. Address................. City and SEPTEMBER MORN The big fun show with girls, music, dancing and a com- pany of twenty-live. Better Get Seats Now. TODAV AND TOMOWIOW AT Shows Siititnlny, and Our Dubuque Stock of Furniture THAT WE ARE SELLING AT 50 Cents on the Dollar is proving a great drawing card. The enormous volume of; busi- ness we arc doing proves that buyers have been com paring prices. There can be only one result from such comparison. There isn't one person, in a hun- dred that gets our prices and buys elsewhere. Other people's experience is worth something to YOU. Aren't you jnst as eager to get the most for your money1? Ol: course yon are. Take the. advice ol! others and at least come and look. See These Rugs We're Offering at About One-Half Their Actual Value Genuine Smith's Seamless Velvets in 9x12, and sizes. C 1 7 7K and I I I Real Wiltons including Sloane's Wilde's "Kashgar" and other standard makes, in 9x12 and sizes. to values............ Body Brussels, including other standard makes in 9x12 and sizes. to values Genuine Body Brussels in drop pat- M terns, 9x12 size. to values 4> I H. All other sixes and patterns and kinds at pro- portionately low prices. Never before in the history of this company, have we been able to offer such exceptional values; right in the face of an advancing market we are selling rugs cheaper than, we ever sold them. This may be the chance of your life to secure just what you want at your own price. As yon get to know us better yon will appreciate that our establishment is one with many uses for you.'' It is a place that you can conic for the purchase of almost anything-with an assurance of satisfaction and DOLLARS SAVED. Visit us any day. Wo will teach you a lesson in merchandising worth your while. "Auburn" and Matinees lOc nml -Oc. Nights '.lOc, SECURITY STORAGE CO. Phone 346. Open Evenings. 821-25 Mulberry St. C RYSTA L TODAY ONLY 11 ST. FRANCIS Johnj GRACE M. E. CIRCLES The! four circles of Grace M. E. church' :ield a joint social meeting in the ihurch parlors yesterday afternoon.1 about one hundred women being present to hem teatowels for the kitchen. A short program included a piano duet by Mesdames Brayton and Miller, a vocal number by Mrs. Etta Lovcall and a reading by Miss Avonno Jameson. Members of circle No. '2 were hostesses and served re- freshments. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Yes- terday afternoon Mrs. Oswald Potts. entertained a company of women at her home, 510 1-2 Oak avenue, in honor of the sixty-third birthday an- niversary of her mother, Mrs. Petor Potts. After a social afternoon the hostess, assisted by her sister. Mrs. WHEN LETTERS BLUR And Your Eyes Tire, See MURIEL OSTRICHE One ot: the .Most Attractive Scroon Artists will he the feature. ;it LAST PRESENTATION TONIGHT Picture Was Held Over Today To Accommodate the Crowds. The Mutual Film Corporation Presents The Great Moral Drama WATERLOO'S FINEST PICTURE THEATRE In the EQUITABLE'S big 5 part story of circus life A 'CIRCUS ROMANCE Fidelity to life is assured by the fact that one of the largest southern caravan shows used as UK- basis for this wonderful series of pictures. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY President, Miss Lucy Kimball: -T. M. Searles and Mrs. K. H. first vice president.. Mrs. T. G. Ta.v- swvert a three-course luncheon. Manv IN SEVEN REELS. The Great Sociological Play By E. Brieux. Enacted By The Original Broadway Star Cast Featuring RICHARD BENNETT and Co-Workers. Children Under 16 Years of Age Not Admitted. CONTINUOUS SHOWS. ADMISSION 25c SHOWS START 145, 845.   

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