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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1915)
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71 By MELLIFICIA. , Thursday, November 25, 1915.
. a lew old-fashioned folk are expressing themselves quite
ll knocke1 thl8 Thnkgllng no many old families are not Riving
i family dinners no many of the dinners given not In the homes,
but In the private dining rooms of down-town hotels or la cafes.
They say our colonial grandmothers would not have thought of such
thing, that our Puritan grandfathers would not have stood for It.
No doubt, they would not, those grandfathers they were of a very stern
stuff exemplary husbands, but none too chummy with their wives for all
that. If a big dinner, or a festival, that required great preparation and
labor, left the colonial grandmother fatigued and 111 from overexertion,
the Puritan grandfather did not charge It to excessive industry he would
more probably have looked upon it as a rebuke of divine visitation and
added an hour or two more of prayer to the daily devotions.
But our modern man is quite different; he Is chummy with his wife,
he does not want a fagged companion after a fpstlval, nor a too occupied
one before. It Is the masculine Influence In our society which lias brought
dining to the down-town hotels and cafes. Even In (he best appoint I
homes, the giving of a big dinner is a huge undertaking.
Thejnale. as he la today, is essentially of a utilitarian turn of mind
there are bis business Interests rnnmrnH In Ilia rvln mnt n..
jdlnners let them have the labor and bother of It all his wife Is the
.hostess, and neither cook nor steward to his guests.
I ThnkrUlng- day was popular with
jOrrtaha bridal fotipjp this year. Chlof
, among the wpddlnne today waa the mar
jrlaica of Mis Mildred Kunkhouser and
Mr. Oeors-a Korea Wlllsey of Idaho Falls.
(Idaho, whlrh was celebrated this after
I noon at 4 oVIock. at the homt nf tha
jrl1-a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard
jnimora Funkhouaer. The Rev. Arthur
Marh of tha Episcopal church at Hlalr
officiated. Preceding- the wedding cera
Imony, Mlas Klolse lllllla played tha
Mendelssohn wedding march and Mra.
piAaet Smith Kldiiga sans "Because,"
nnd "My Plrthday." ,
Tha ceremony was performed In tha
living room before an Improvised altar
f palmC fern and baaketa of pink
roues and white chrysanthemums, lighted
mtmh white candles, the same acheme of
lecoratlon having been carried out
throughout the rooms. The bridal
. ouple knelt to reoolve the marriage
vows on a whit fur rug, which Mrs. J.
i.. Baker haa provided for a number of
The bride's gown was fashioned from
er mother's wedding gown, a pretty sen
timent, and we of Ivory aa'.ln and chan
Silly lace with square neck and long
lle aleevea. The rhantllly lace waa
! ftade In flounce over a foundation of
J he aatln, with a long court train falling
from the shoulders and trlmniins of
Tearla. The bridal veil was of tulle, with
Vi wired princess cap of point lace. - Una
arrled a shower bouquet of orchids and
lllca of the valley. v
Mlaa Marlon Funkhouaer, slater of the
ride, wss the maid of honor. Hhe wore
K pink tulle and chantllly lace gown
nada with a short, full skirt and the
r-hort w aiited bodice with cap sleeves
)nd square neck. Miss Funkhouaer car
led an old-faahloncd, bouquet of sweet
heart roaes In a lace frill.
White aatln ribbons were stretched by
Mra. Robert Vance and Mlaa ' Adelaide
t) ance, slater of the fcrlde. Mra. Vance
ra gowned In pink crepe de meteor
rimmed with prlnceas lace, the aklrt
saving the scalloped edges. Mlsa Vance
fwaa also gowned In pink crepe de meteor
with four pointed net tunica wh soai-
oped edgea. Both young women wore
orsage bouquets of sweetheart rosea.
Mra. Funkhouaer wore a lavender
Veorsette crepe over white cnarmeuae..
fehe tunic and bodice elaborately beaded.
Mr. George McCVeary of Ulalr waa the
j Following the ceremony there was a
Kveddlng reception, at which Mrs. Nellie
Ulavens. Mrs. Robert Doherty and Mrs.
i ar B. IIIllls assisted.
I The out-of-town gueata Included Mrs.
'llelene Wllleey of Idaho Kalla, mother
i.f the groom; Mr. Frank Willacy of l.ln
j.oln. a brother; Mr. Paul Funkhouaer of
Ut. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Mc
jt'rrary of Blair. '
I After a western wedding trip the
Ivoung people will be at home at Idaho
rails about January 1.
j Mrs. Arthur Remington gives a dinner
kbls evening at her home. Those present
Jitdg and Mrs. TV. A. Red ck.
Mr. and Mrs. joeem namer. 4
Mra. Arthur Hemlnston.
A. 8. Patrick, Altlton Parting.
j Mra. Pan Wheeler will dine with ten
;uesta at the Omaha club.
I Mr. and Mra. TV. D. Hosford give a
small family dinner at their home.
I Mr. and Mra. Walter Te give a din
ner thla evening at the Hotel Fontenelle.
Thoao preaent will be:
j Measrs. and Mesdamwa
llarry Tukey. W. R. McKeen.
vitnod K-aatman, Frank W. Judson,
S alter !,
j Mr. Stockton lleth. t
I Another dinner at the Fontencl'e will
j given by the Matthew Halls, Piping
!tth Mr. and Mrs. Hall will be:
j Messrs. and Meadames
Iurtovio F. Oioloot, M. C. TVtera.
'. C. OeorKe, Hlar 11. Biotl,
!W. A. Fraar. W. 11. Iluiholi.
'F. H. Oatnee
i Mr. F. J. Uurkley.
Mr. and Mra. T. i. Mahoney will glvo
no of the largest dinner of the even
Zir.g at the Hotel Fontenelle, preceding
.the Subscription club dance at Turpin's
; academy. The table will be .decorated
v.lth pink rose. Thoae preaent wl'l be:
j Ir. and Mra. C. C. Allison.
2 Tr. and Mra. Charlta A. Hull.
I Merer, and Mesdamea
Howard H. Buldrig Jln A. Mcchane,
: Krtnk Hamilton, (leorge H. I'rma,
'iould lttt. T. S Mahoney,
J W. A. C. J. ib neon, A. T. Hert of
harlt-a KounUe, LoultvlUe, Ky.
. iJwin Swobe,
IMr. and Mrs. C. N. Itets gave a until
afternoon family dinner, with Mr. and
Mra. Gould Iiets aa their gueats.
Mr. and Mra. William Hill Clarke en
1 Urtain a family dinner party of twelve
guests. The dinner and decorations were
j U strict keeping with old New England
1 Colonel and Mra. Curtla of New Tork.
I formerly of Omaha, give a family dinner
j party at the Hot! Loyal. With the
j colonel and Mra. Curtis are their niece,
j Mrs. E. pirnon Bird and Mis Pynn Cur
j tls. boia now of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mets give a small
' dinner at their borhe.' Those preaent
; will be:
Messrs. and Mrdrr-
t- ieta, (. Iisrlea E. Met.
kt JHI a! Ift-S
ii iiA a of Harriet Mets,
Mr. r rncst J. Cute of bt. I-oula.
Mr. and Mrs. Mel I hi entertained at
n.ukK!viii cmutr today. Cover
-vt-er l.l.cd for:
M"rs. ar.d Mdroes
f c. 1. ek.
v V. I'.iri.y.
ily dinner this evening with Mr. and
Ueorge Doane and M11 Daisy Doane.
, , -
Porter-W11ace Weddin" "
One of the Thanksgiving weddings
which come a a surprise to a large
number of the friend of the bridal
couple Is the marriage of .Miss Jean Zer-
elda Wallace and Mr. Ceorge Raymond
I'orter. whlrh was solemnlzej at I o'clork
today at the home of the brlde a father,
Mr. John Wallace. Rev. Kdwln Hurt
Jenks of the First Presbyterian chjirch
performed the ceremony.
Preceding the marriage ceremony an
impressive musical program waa given
by Mrs. Myron Heptonstall, who sang;
Mrs. Charles II. Thlem, pianist, and Mr.
A wedding reception followed between
the hours of 4 and 1:30, the decorations
throughout the rooms toeing carried out
In yellow with the use of yellow chrysan
themum. The bride was gowned In Belgian blue
charmeuae trimmed with heavy gold lace
and faahloned with long shirred sleeves
of Georgette crepe. She carried sn arm
bouquet of Mrs. Ward roses. There were
The bride Is well-known In Ks stern Ptar
circles, having served as matron of Vesta
chapter. ;lr. Porter Is deputy collector
After Iecemher I, Mr. snd Mrs. Torter
will be at home at North Twenty
MKl Marie McRhane, who now Uvea
at Long Neck, Long Island, is spending
Thsnkrglving with Mlaa Ioulae McFher
son at the old McFherson home at Thur
Mr. and Mrs. Edgsr Morsemsn, Jr., will
leave for the east the end of the week.
Miss Myrle Francis and Miss Vina Koh
ler of Flandreau, 8. p., are the gueats
of Mrs. Edward F. Riley and Miss Riley
until Hunday. Mrs. Riley will give two
matinee parties for her guests. Friday
arternoon at the Brandela and Saturday
afternoon at the Orpheum.
Mlas Kthel Tukey returned home
Wodncsday afternoon after a month's
visit In Chicago.
Mi' Klva K. Graham, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William H. Graham of Leigh,
was ' married this afternoon at ftanton
to Mr. Harley Peems of Shenandoah, la.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. Peems of
The bride waa attended by her sister.
Mlsa Florence Graham, and the beat man
was Mr. Ralph Reese. After the cere
mony, Mr. and Mrs. Peems left for Shen
andoah, where they will make their home.
The marriage of Mlaa Anna Orloff.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Orloff
of Forest Farm, to Mr. Joseph I. Hol
land, aon of Mr. and Mrs. A. Holland,
was solemnised this afternoon at 4
o'clock by Rabbi Frederic. Conn.
Mr. and Mr. Holland will make thlr
future home In Chicago.
Entertain for Husband.
The ladles' Boclal club of tha V. C. T.
will entertain their husband Thank
giving day at dinner at The Fontenelle.
follewed by the Orpheum In the even
ing. The Tnemhera Include:
Messrs. and Mesdamea
V. K. Harklerode, R. W. Wolf,
T. P. Olln. H. K. Smith,
V. K. Baldwin, . M. Martin,
G. A. lmmon, C. O. i'urter,
O. II. Ix-ptin. G. W. Bhrlmpf.
C. F. Bairows,
At the Orpheum Theater.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Stewart will en
tertain a box party of seven thla' evening.
Mr. Pick Kitchen and Pr. E. II.
Bruentng each give a bos party to eeven.
Pr. II a yea Qaantner will entertain aU
guests at tha Orpheum hl evening.
With Mr. and Mis. Ward Burgess will
be two guests.
A daughter was born November S3 to
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Pratt. Mrs. Pratt
was formerly Mlsa Ruth Fisher.
The Charles Kountsea give a Thanka-
giving party at their home thla after
noon. The guests Include Mr. and Mra.
A. T. Hart of Louisville, the bouaa gueata
of Mr. and Mra. Kountse; Mr. and Mrs.
Osgood Eastman and family, Mr. and
rOFULAR OMAHA 0IB.L WHO IS
THANKSGIVING DAY BRIDE.
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X1r PHOTO r
Aa4 AU Wk Ar Home lev
You may need something In t.n
Wuy of baggage or repair before
)ou so aay again. If so, b
tbrnkful liiat you have the oppor
tunity to liuy It here, where you
ran ast honest leather goods a.1
e Invite your comparison. We
are euevlttlista In Ibis line and
lave a very complete etock fru.n
w lilch you may srlocL Our ear
vice la coinolale. we can asll yoi
h ainall ladies' hand bajr, or the
t iBKeat trunk mada. And we
tive a rhop wherein we ran
band I the amaileat repair los
or niaiie any eiw.'lal onter.
Tske advantage of this Opppor-ti-uity
while at butue.
FUELING & STEINLE,
Osisca'a kWet Sasra-agw BaUaera
1803 Farn&m Street
harles Lrtman. llmnn Is ac-
cotntianlfd hy a slater sorority girl. Miss
Cnrlyn Funk of Blue Hill.
Mlsa Eva M. Coleman will soon leave
Mr. and Mr. A. T. Hert of Louisville.
Ky., are the gucsl of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles T. Kountzo over Thanksgiving.
Milton Isrson entertained the a
Flnsoma club at lils home Monday even
ing. The club Is mo king arrangements
for a large masquerade "watch party"
on New Yenr'a eve.
Ir an 0"t of h Bee Hive.
Mr. Jnmej E. Fitiserald of the Omaha
club his gone to Kansas City to spend
Mr. and Mr. Howard Goodman and
Mrs. Marian Jensen are guests at the
Lims hotel, Excelsior Springs, Mo.
M Rf. OEOROK PERK A W'll.l.SKY,
Nto Mlas Mildred Funkhouaer.
Mrs. h'amuet Burns and family and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton have re
called their Invitations to a theater box
party and will entertain Instead at a
family party at their home thla evening
Mnsicale at Liberty Hall.
The Muslo circle of St. Agnes' school.
South Hide, will give a recital In Library
hall. South Side Branch library. Sun
day, November 2, at J p. m. Thla Is
the first of a series of Sunday afternoon
recitals which the circle expects to glvo
during the winter.
La Mars' Panclng club will give its
Thanksgiving dance this evening st the
The Thanksgiving dance of the I.e
Halle club will be held this evening at
.The Subscription club dance will be at
Mis Helen Lcftman Is horns from th?
state university, spending Thanksgiving
holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
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If you are troubled with sour stomsch
you should cat slowly and masticate your
food thoroughly, then take one of Cham
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Tom and Jerry Mix
Tom snd Jerry arrived In Omaha yester
day. They sauntered around town and
noted many Improvements during the
These notables sre mixing quite welt
for their years. Both seem thankful and
"Where you go I will go also," said
Tom to Jerry, in a Farnam street tavern.
They fraternized with many former
friends, ma'le some new acquaintances
and noted the absence of a few of their
TV. C. Joyce of the Savoy hotel re
ported to the police that burglars gained
entrance to his room during the night
and stole $15, which he expected to use
The saloon of Fred Hunslcker at 1724
Vinton street was entered by thieves,
who took 115 from the till.
Bacon, hams, turkeys and cranberries
were stolen from the grocery store of
W. TValner at 6144 North Sixteenth street.
Miss May Gordon, 81M4 North Seven
teenth street, reported her room waa en
tered by a culprit, who took $2S she had
been saving for a Christmas fund.
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Where You Want It
GET A WALLACE
1 The Dectric Lamp that
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Anywhere at Any Angle
Your dealer carries the Wallace. Buy one.
If you don't like it, he Will refund your money.
Pre -Holiday Sale of
35c to 45c Silk Ribbons. 25c
FA2SU1 ribbons for the making of Xmas novelties. An
excellent assortment of Dresdens, military stripes.
jacquattls, etc., ranging in width from 5 to 71 inches, to
oe used in the making of bags, coat hangers, r- mml
slippers, sachets and numerous other holiday
novelties, Coc and 45c values, the yard. .
"White, pink, blue, maize, nile and
lavender. Hair bow width 5 inches,
sash to match l inches. pj
Hair bow, yd., 29c; Sash, yd. . f OC
45c and 50c Silk Ribbons, 39c
Beautiful wide fancy ribbons on
light and dark grounds; also bro
caded effects; 45c and 50c Q Q
values, the yard .05C
Plain and Fancy Ribbons, 17c
Plain taffeta and fancy ribbons, an ex
cellent quality taffeta ribbon la hair bow
width, white, pink, blue, cardl- ass
nal, navy and black; also flow- f
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itf JKiDDons tor Tvincr xmas Packages
Numbers 1 and 1 H, holly pattern; red with
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Ha Gained 26 Pounds
Sha BHims Plump and Pleasing
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Eat CEHTON E one week F K EE
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Btoadier Nonrae, Improved Die-cation.
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selections of the immense Armour outnut. fS
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its r :n mciio wnesa is neishtened by being scientifically f i j
comDinea witn cnoicest spices snd seasonings. A j f j j
OeewuftoTW Farm, la ssmw'i Aee seen . Soi4
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Best for Table,
For Our Little Busy Bees
WHO GOT THE FIRST ONE?
Vesta Laird, 2711 E St., So. Side., who collected 546 pic
tures. My, what a lot! "We don't believe it will take as many
pictures to get Dorothy, but we can't tell. You just keep
pegging away and collect all the pictures you can, and may-
be you will win her.
There's one thing sure,
some little girl will win
her this week. Some say
she is even more beauti
ful than Alice. Any
way, she is certainly
very pretty, with her
dark hair and eyes;
beautifully dressed, and
24 inches high.
Zoroth7 will b rtvsa
rraa to tha little rlrl,
!? 10 jraara af a-,
tbat brUwrs or mails us
the larffost a amber of
Soil's plot axes est oat of
the Dally ana Suday
Bee before 4 p. sa. Satur.
car. iov. art.
Her picture will be in
The Bee every day this
week. Cut them all out
and ask your friends to
save the pictures in
their paper for you, too.
See how many pictures ot
Dorothy you can set, and be
sure to turn them In ta The
Bee office before 4 p. m.
Saturday, Nov. 27th.
You can see Dorothy at The Dee Office
Address, Doll Dept.. Omaha Dee.
13tti Joaaa BU.
-bone O. 1U
:, C. li. Ef'lrr give a fam
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