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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1922)
Mr. William towur and he
daughter. Virginia, hiv arrived from
lioston, Mum, to nmkt their annual
' vlult w I Hi Mr. Howard parent
Sir. ami Mr, r. A. llenshaw.
They aspect lo be In lh city until
tha early part of January and will
! joined hma In a t w day by M
Howard who U tiansacting business
in ( h llano rn route,
Inlrrteui for May Hobsoii,
Ml May Jtuhenn, the very papular
bitrtse who atarred last week at tha
llrandela theater In "Mother' Mil
lions, wa honor KUi-st at a aupper
uivm Thursday nltfht after tha per
formance of Mr. and Mia, fioorg
Their guest liiehnled Minn Ilohson
Miss l.lllliin limner, Mia Kdlth Conrad
llus lllrka and Waller N. (ireaza
nil fro rnilio company, and (ieorge
Affair Rrfore Tli Dance.
IVeceillng the party given at th
KiikI hull I'itt week Iiy tha Tueadtiy
I'Riielng cluh, a beautifully appointed
iiliinrr waa arranged by Mr, and Mra
X. W. Kynett at thalr home.
A centerpiece of fruit wua uacd on
llm table it n,n ml which were seated
Messrs, and Mcaduinea W. J, llelser,
Kliner HluiKart, Wultcr Hlephun
I'mnk Hiker, Jullii Itoaenfuld and
tha hoot and hostess.
Another dinner of 12 cover a waa
fclvn by Dr. and Mra. Philip Cogley
mid Mr. and Mra. Hubert 1,1,'ilmiy, at
ilia home of tha former, ai.il a buffet
supper to which 22 guests wer In
vli cj waa planned )y Mr. and Mra,
For lia Molnea Visitor,
Honoring Mra Windsor, Mr. and
Mia. Frank Kauffman and Mr. J. W,
Howell, all of whom are hera from
ie Molnea aa guest of Mr. and Mra,
John Mehlhop Jr., a dinner waa given
nil Friday evening at tha Omuha club
by Mr. and Mia, George Miiyne.
Mr. and Mra. Leonard Everett com
pllnitnted theau visitor on Hulurday
evening with a dinner at their home,
und toduy they ura being entertained
at lupche.on hy Mr. and Mra, Mehlhop
und at supper thla evening hy Mr,
and Mra. J. J. lies.
Mr. and Mra. W. 8. Kecllne liave
Planned a dinner for next Thursday
evening at their homo on Glen avenue.
For Mis Mttrmiiig.
Numbered among the enjoyable af
fulra of the luat week wna the lunch
eon on Monday given at tha Harold
Itoa home by Mia. Kos and Mra
1'uaey McGi'ij complimentary to Mis
Neim Manning of Knoxvllle, Menu.,
who la a gueat at the home of Mr,
und Mra. II. A. Qulnn.
Yellow chrysanthemum were used
on the table, at which placea were
marked for Mwdamca Hlchard Oreen,
Uonald Annla, Jbunurd Hcno, Harry
tfeurl. Hubert Mndsuy, Hubert Mor
lis. William Voater, Mine Adele Mi
niir. Mis Munnimr and tha host-
Attended Football Game.
Tho football Kanio at Lincoln on
Thanksgiving day proved to be a
greut drawing card and among the
neeplo from here who either motored
down or took an early morning train
were Menara. and Meaiiamea J. J.
H. Dunn. X. W. Kynett
.iniix Hhuiriirt. Henry JenningK. Leo
Wickhiim, Dr. and Mra. M. C. Henna,
ny, Miesoe Claire Mclnnerney, Ituth
Kelt, Nun Murphy, Hodna Hughea,
Thereat Kinztl, France Grow and
Adelo riumir, MenHra. Uoger Coker,
Tom Deliiney, M. J I. Green, William
Ueyera, Bob Wlckham, John DeWltt,
Dick BaratoW, Jamea Bonhnm, Will
llonham. Eraklne Mitchell, TomBeaa
ley. Art Shea. Henry Qulnn, Btuart
Khort and Dr. Howard.
December Dancing Tartfe.
The date for tha dancing partlee
planned by the Klka in their ballroom
have been changed and will be held
Friday, December 15. and Friday,
December J9, lmdead of on the date
i prevloudly announced.
To Arrive Today.
Mr. and Mra. Donald McFcrronand
Ihelr daughter. Marie Stewurt Mc
Ferron of HoopBtown. III., will arrive
thla morning at the Charlea T. Stew,
art home, where they wilt vlait until
after the first of the year.
ThankHgSvlng, which la alway a
fative occasion in Council Bluffs, waa
unusually o this year, and many
dinner, in niot casea quite Informal
one, were arranged for tills Holiday.
The llnnnun and Van Brunt fiiml
lira, following a custom established
asveral years aso. P-nt the day with
Mr K M. Hargent. who In the eve
ning had a additional supper guest.
Mr and M. W- 1 IHuigtaa.
Dr. and Mrs Mn.-ra had with them
for dinner their sn Donald and hi
wif and their joung -n fnm. lv
MMr"and Mr John lvls and Ml
June lvia d.ne.1 wlih the K. H
Htoomers. Mr. Mr. Clsten
tu ,.. i .. Sr. I llmphle anl
i:i.,i.kl f.imllie with llieei
th Kdn Viinii' and I .owe
n with Mr. ant
Mra. l.Nrg lnu.n.
Mr and Mr. O. V Kipllnger 'd
lUrl Klldinger r"
,1 Mr. 'r- i''"m
M.s N" aiol l!trt
. h.u n Mr. an I Mr
nn and th WiHm l'4tr tuu-iy
I f PiiuH.
W. A Murr a a T
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. t M Thi M.i!ot.e. Mr an I
M. o-' '"Hr and Mr, d
r M!hi Metier,
y, Si. I lte M! 'f
le.tatne.1 Mr ! f .
Mr, " '' 1 t'.
, M s J M M.s 1
l Mr w
U lVM.ua M. '
V Uikii4 ... I ' ' . Mr
s Mi. V M ff-
Jft eel -''" M',,, ' 'l
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w.ta Mf -1 Mr J ru '
M.a Cla.aa tM. Mi a4 Mf
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Visitors From Boston
Y ',;-' ' ' i t H . jT J fl
Mr. William Howard
CO. Jloblnaon, Mr. Helen Metcalf,
Mra. Harriett Day, Mlaa Elizabeth
Day, Mr. and Mra. Frank Hiker and
daughter, France, and Mr. and Mra
J. H. Day and children.
Mra. J, B. Atklna had a family
gathering at her home, Mr. und Mra.
I. 11. Kohrer hud 11 guest with
them, Dr. and Mr. F. T. fieybert
hail a dinner of VI cover, arid Mr,
and Mr. Carleton Woodward enter
1 ' Informally on this occasion,
(ti Mr. and Mr. lCmmett Tin
ley were jJr. and Mta, M. A. Tlnlcy
and children, Winifred and Robert,
Dr. Mary Tlnley, Miss Aurclla Tin
ley. Mr. and Mra. Folsom Everest
and email daughter and Mr. nnd Mra.
Mr. and Mra. Robert Turner, Mis
Marian Turner, T. O. Turner and
R. D. M. Turner had dinner together
and later formed a theater party at
Mr. and Mr. Glenn Wilcox enter
tained the various members of tho
Wilcox famllle and Mr. and Mrs. K.
L. Moore had an Informal dinner at
Three lovely luncheon followed by
ridge, were given the fore part of
Inst week by Mr. Leon LalTcrty and
Mr. B. W.-JMcCall at the home of the
On Monday Mr. II. A. Qulnn won
the high score prize and Mra. M. Mur
ray of Oinoba the cut-for-ull.
The, score of Mr. Harold Ros was
fgh on Tuesday and In the cut for-all
Mrs. J. W. Bell wis tho winner.
On Wednesday Mrs. Ned Shepard
received the prize for the greatest
number of point and Mrs. M. A. Tin-
ley won the cut-for-all.
Christmaa shoppers will have an
opportunity of purchasing clever lit
tle novelties next Wednesday when
the members of St. Francla nlumnne
hold their annual bazar In St. Fran
Apron, doll and fancy work booths
have been erected and in th evening
chicken dinner will be served.
Guests sulllclent to complete three
tablea of bridge were invited on Fri
day afternoon by Mrs. K. L. Mooro
to meet Miss Martha Miller, who
came from her home in ualesnurg,
III., to spend Thanksgiving In Coun
Mis Margaret Fllcklnger waa
awarded the prize for high acore.
The Council Bluff and Omaha peo-
lu who were in the Anna Z. Ros
uropean party last summer are
being entertained at ten In Omahu
Wc Feature for Xmai Giving
GOTHAM Gold Stripe
HOSIERY for Women
and Daughter, Virginia,
today by Miss Lucy llarte, who waa
a member of the party.
Kilwln Mitchell has returned from
a abort atay In 1'hoenlx, Ariz.
Mr. und Mr. Kliner Hhugart apent
thanksgiving in Dea Molnea, Iu.
Mr. and Mr. Raymond Hughea are
hero from Cozud, Neb., for a vlult.
Mr. Howard Butler la progressing
from a recent appendicitis operation.
A daughter win born on Friday
morning to Dr. und Mrs, Grant Au
Mr. George Wlckham underwent
a tonsil operation the early part of
Mrs. John McAtec, formerly of this
city, but now of Alpena, Mich,, is III
Harry Baldwin, formerly of this city,
but now of Chicago, Is expected Tues
day for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jenkins an
nounce the birth of a daughter on
Mr. and Mrs. Churlc S. Hutchin
son of Dea Moines, la., were Council
Bluffs visitors lust week.
John McGee, who attend Grinned
college, spent Thunksglvlng with hla
parents, Mr, and Mr. Hurry McOee.
Miss Martha Miller leaves toduy for
her homo In Galesburg, III., after
brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. 13. L.
Mlsa Rose Seybert returned Wednes
day evening from Sioux City, la.,
where she has been visiting for the
past two weeks.
James Millet of Gregory, South
Dakota, spent Thanksgiving with his
grandmother, Mrs. James Wlckham,
on Franklin avenue.
Mr. Leonard Everett returned
home Frlduy evening from Dea
Molne, In., where she spent Thanks
giving with her mother.
A. D. Annis left Wednesdny eve
ning for Chicago, where he spent
Thanksgiving with his daughter. Mar-
Jorie, und son, Albert, who are In Illi
Mrs. J. J. Splndler is expected Mon
day from Colorado for a visit wiui
her daughter, Mrs. Glenn Wilcox,
and Mr. Wilcox, with her alao comes
Mies Josephine Splndler, who plana to
be here for the Christmas holidays.
When sending parcel a dlstanca
through the mail. It 1 wise to wrap
them In several papers, each one ad.
dressed and tied, ao If the outer wrap
ping comes off the destination
still be known.
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The Woman Who
Iiy IlK.VritK K FAIItr AX.
"Three year ago I mnrrird a men
against whom my parents and fi lends
warned me," writes Mrs. II. J, W. "He
waa of lower station thun I. II had
no great ambition to lnprov, either
socially or financially. He lucked cul
lui and education. But he was dear
and kind to tn and Ida love swept
ma beyond all normal thought.
"I fancied w could make a go of
It. And so I married Bun, II bus
worked hard nnd given me everything
he could afford. But I miss all the
tiling which one made up my life.
I have a baby, a good home, an hon
est, loving husband, and I ran
cure financial future. But I can't
keep from looking down on my hus
band and I fwl as If my lov would
go unle there la aom way for m
to rliang lilm from a plodding, bard
working man to tho charming gentle
man who la my Ideal now thut It Is
"Is there anything for me to do?
I dread hearing folks say thnt they
told m ao. I hat the thought of
going horn and being dependent. But
I cannot go on Ilka this. Don't tblna
my husband I not well mannered and
clean cut. Don't- think be I etupio
But I don't think he will ever make
a atlr In the world, nnd be hasn't the
aoclut grace and llnesse I admire.
And I can't have the social position
I feel 1 mine by right. Do you un
derstand? Can you sen a way out?"
I cannot decide whether my corre
spondent Is a snob r a coward, That
slid Is selfish, morbid and weak aeema
apparent. And I wonder how much
tact h possesses and bow much
Adaptability she has shown,
A slight difference In social grade
Is a funlul thing fo stress In this
democracy '""'a where a rall spllttt-r
may become president,
Tho man who I accustomed to eat
ing off the kitchen table ma' have
a little, trouble adjusting himself to
a butler and a silver service, but
a clever wife will help him bridge
The man who seem to be in a rut
would probably get out of it, If a line,
sturdy woman were to make nn effort
to Inspire him and were to fire him
Willi her faith und aid.
The wife who ait back and per
mits herself to bo supported accord
lug to tha best of her husband's ablil
tie Isn't a very Imaginative or In
ventive person. If Instead of crltl-
clzlng her husband nnd thinking of
tha social graces she would Ilk him
to possess, a woman were to culti
vate the gilts of strength nnd cour
age which are his and lo seek to In
spire him to use them more Intelli
gentlyshe might see results along
the very line sho craves.
When a man Is loving, devoted,
honest and not lacking In brain
the woman to whom he Is married
must be stupid or lazy If she cannot
fire him with ambition and help him
find ever better and finer ways of
using hlf gifts.
Not by correcting him and nagging
nt him and wanting him to run be
fore he knows how to wulk but by
encouraging htm and sympathizing
with him and striving to fire hla am
bition, can a woman aid a man to
the improvement and success she
craves. The wife who can't help her
husband make the most of himself I
a pretty weak and wobbly person.
She hud better slop criticizing her
man and look aquarelv nnd honestly
at the woman who Is supposed to be
With the right woman by his side,
a man can climb the highest moun
tain and never get out of breath.
Remember that, Mrs. B. J. W.
Mrs. Doud Succeeding at
Friend of Murle-Leff Caldwell
Doud have received letters telling of
her work at North Toledo community
house, Toledo, O., where she Is direc
tor. She was formerly head of the
South Side settlement..
"The work here la very different
from the work in South Omaha," she
writea. "We have a strictly Amer
loan neighborhood much better facili
ties we own the building, a fair play
ground, good tennis courts, a splen
did gymnasium, a community laundry,
ahowers, club rooms and many other
advantages. We have had no
volunteer workers and It has taken
time to get them. We now hsv
36 volunteer who are helping to take
care of the work. The lioard, who
are men and women, have shown
very fine co-operation."
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Mr anil Mrs. Churle Blind an
iioum-e the engagement of tbel
daughter, Katherlne Ivllzubeth, to Mr
Howard II. nvei, mm oi Mr. nti-l Mrs
Reynold R. Over. No drftnaie date
ha been act for th wedding.
Both are popular In sociul and
All Important Hook for
Women to Come January 1
A publti'fillori eei tu ii to be of Inter
est la the "Women a World Year
Book," lo bo Issued by the Women'
New Service, 30 Kast Forty-second
street, New York City, Junuary
923, It will contain a wldesprrai
knowluilg of women's affairs outside
the purely dornestlo end social cir
"Who's Who" records the doings of
women In comparatively small ratio
with those of men. The new year
book will complement the other well
known piihliruUoii, National and In
ternuilonal organization of women
will be recorded, Important meetings
of the past year and events of tha
year to come will have a place tn
the volume, whbh will also Include
biographical sketches of outstanding
women. Ida Clydo Clarke Is editor
of the work and has been assisted by
leading women throughout the United
Lessen Hie Danger of Fire,
Clean chimneys and stovepipes fro
All unused stovepipes should be
Install first aid (Ire extinguishers
at all danger points.
Keep malehes awuy from an open
flame of heat and out of the reach
Keep oily rugs or mops used for
polishing In metal containers, to avoid
(Ires caused by spontaneous combus
"Why in thunder don't you get rid
of that cook? She's slovenly and
dirty and she can't boll water with-
out burning It."
"I don't dare discharge her, dear.
She 1 engaged to tho driver of a coal
The music department of the Omul
Woman's club, Mrs. Willis Rerifleld,
lender, will cntertuin ut a musical tea
Wednesdny afternoon, 3 o'clock, in the
V. W. C. A. auditorium.
The program will be given by the
director of the music department,
Robert Cuscaden, violinist, accom
panled by Wallace Wheeler; Nell At.
klnson Kelley, soprano; Winifred M.
Tray nor, pianist. A social hour nnd
tea will follow. The public Is In
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Dressmaking and ;
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Reaaonable Price 2
; We make, alter and relino -
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AT Untie 9976
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16th and Harney Street .
'iii tit i n i nil ii i i i i i
tord. CO CH
for the Girl in
It imh a Joy to glv Chrlstinaa
presenta to the chIIcr uli l. Ho many
lovely iclfta are possible.
Klrst of all, If you are her parents
and ahe hnan't a wardrobe trunk, Klve
tier one. It la an useful In th dor
mitory room. Purty frock liaiy be
buna; In tb wardrob ld and kept
free from dust and at th sum lime,
rendy to b donned nt a minute' no
A trim new u!tre, especially the
fitted kind, would be a Useful xlft, or
a hntbox, fur travelliiK back and
forth to and from rolli-Ke.
A new bunilliHif, bcudvd or Imitlier
the hand tooled leather bring par
Milk umbrella are alwaya accept
able, and th foldlnaT variety would
lilt the colleKa girl who doea frequent
tieak accessories, study lumps,
fountain pen, or a desk set mlKbt bv
a wrlonme present. A sewing bnaket
would be a happy choice, or a
boudoir cluck, a laundry bug, a kodak.
an electric Iron or an electric Kfiil oh
how many deligbtful thing tber are
for the college girl.
A featU'e of tho concert to bo given
y lit. 8t. Mary Glco club Decern
icr 12 at Crelghton auditorium will
be a piano group by Mis Mary Alice
Klrtlcy, riuughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. Kirtley, Miss Klrtlcy la a mem-
icr of the Junior Musical club and an
ortlst pupil of Mis (.Virltme f'aulson.
Hhu la also Interested In Camp Klreac
tlvltio and has been awarded a na
tional honor In the organization.
Proceed from the concert will be
added to tha, building fund for the
now $400,000 echool which tho Sbitcr
of Mercy are to erect on their beau 1 1-
ill site, adjoining Falracrea. The
number of patron for the concert la
still growing und the friend of the
Sister of Mercy are looking forward
to a successful concert.
Hear this great pianist at his recital and then
come to our store and hear him play again, just
as you heard him at his concert.
Moiseivitsch is one of the many great pianists
who have recorded their playing exclusively for
and this Marvelous Dance in the WorU'Rcnoumcd
insure die Rlorioui tone of these f.imous
intruncnti lor the interpretation of the
Master lunits vh(v pliymu t teproJuee
$i exactly, tlut it cannot tolJ from the
onuiru! (vrfoinunce of the ltvinj; attt.
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this Baby Grand Age
There is a World of Meaning
In this Statement
The Premier has earned this proud
distinction because of its typical Baby
58 Inches of Quality
in tone, in graceful contours, in small
size and attractive price, makes a
wonderful appeal to the critical music
lover, the studio and conservatory.
Our early Xmas display of this thorough-bred
Small Grand is on exhibi
tion now. '
Come in and see these wonderful
instruments, and remember the terms
are as attractive as the Premier itself.
Make your selection now for Xmat
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