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THK OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 12, 1915.
For tlie Week
DELEGATE TO A SORORITY CON
CLAVE IN OKLAHOMA.
Mm M. D. Her-rlck entertained at
luncheon Monday In honor of Mra
Onrgs Town of Sterling. Colo.
The regular mretlna; of tha Flower
MlFslon hue Iwti postponed till Pwmber !
15. when It will be held at the home of .
Mr. Ponald Macrae. I
The merlin of the Klatlfr Klub, whlrh
waa to have bwn entertained bjr Miss
Mlna Meyers, Frldny. has been post- I
Iopod until Dwrnlwr II. I
A mlMf-llaneoua shower was riven by
Mrs. Frt Cain Monday afternoon In
honor of her friend, Mr. Harris. A
Vlctrola concert made the afternoon Je
ItUitful, and wn followed by refresh- j
MornlngMde chapter of BU Faul'a guild ;
mot Tuesday afternoon at the, home of
F B. llahn on Washington avenue. After
the buslnens had been transacted, tha
time wpa apent vlsltlna-. ' The afternoon j
closed with light refreshments.
The I T. club waa entertained Wed
nesday afternoon by Mrs. W. D. Han
son. The afternoon waa apent In sewing
and vlalOn?, and refreshments Were
served at the cloae. Thla la, the last
meeting; until after Christmas. The beat
lindens will be. Mra. J. B. Spare.
Wednesday's meeting of the Univer
sity club waa held at the home of Mra.
T. R. Witter. Mra. J.-V. Mailer con
ducted tha history lesson, which waa on
Argentina. The magailne article. -"Sons
of the .Forest." waa read by Mra.- H.
O. Redfern. This close tha club'a activi
ties until after the holidays.
The members of the T. B. K. club
were entertained at the home of Mlea
Bernlce Montgomery Tuesday evening.
The evening waa apent In playing "E00,"
tha prUa for the high score being
awarded Mlsa Katharine McCarthy. Tha
oneolaltnn prise fell to tha lot of Mlsa
Kva Sehlke, After the came refresh'
nrfa were served.
The Madrigal club met Tuesday even
ing at the home of Mlsa Kern Baker. A
paper by Mlsa Harel Long Introducing
the study, one by Mlsa Anna, Ferguaon
on "Palestrlna," and one by Mrs. -John
Vitamvaa on "Fsganlnl" furnished the
program, which waa followed by refresh
ments. The club meets nest with Mlsa
Hnicl Long, December 28.
The regular meeting of tha Women's
Christian association waa held on Mon
day afternoon at tho home of Mrs.
William Koehler. 906 North Second street
Tha committee' reported It had been
able to make another payment on the
Nurses' home and that the work is pro
Kresnlng much more rapidly than hoped
for. It la now thought K may be ready
for occupancy much earlier than
the Unia Bet. .. - '
The J. L.Qlub mot at the , home of
Mrs. Warren 'Andlll Wednesday after
noon, spending tho- time playing cards.
The club prize ' of i high .score was won
by Mrs. Frank Hitchcock.' Tha club had
a guests, Mrs. ,8. K. ' Whaley and Mrs.
J. P. Chrtstensen. .. Mrs. Alfred Fuller
will be hostess next Wednesday after
Tha lat meel.ng before the holidays
of the. Atlas club waa hold Tuedday aft
ernoi at tha resilience of Mrs. Lyman
Ehugirt. The discussion of current events
waa Jrd by Mra.Itachel Harmon. An
interesting paper on Ceylon was given by
Mra JT. W, Houglttoa. and a description
of Martinique waa' given by Mrs. Wood
Allen. The club will meet next on Jan
uaryU. with Dr. Harriet Hamilton.
The 3. K. club waa .entertained at the
home of Mrs. William Marquardt on
Wednesday afternoon, the hostess be
ing Mra. Martln Follctt. The afternoon
waa spent at "GOO," Mrs. A. R. Wright
winning the first prise, Mra. Ira Hayes
the ', eonsolatipn- prle, . and Mlsa Mar
garet? Jardlne the cut-for-all. A llht
luncheon followed the game. Tha next
meeting will be held December U at tha
homo of Mra. Eugene Howe.
At tha meeting of the Federated Moth
ers' c'ubs held at tha library Monday
afternoon a discussion of evening shop
pins during the pre-Chrlatmaa period re
sulted In a concerted effort to Interest
womn in doing their shopping during
the day tlraa. Mora than half a hundred
women attended tha meeting and almost 1
tha whole time was spent In this disc.ua
' elon. The commute In charge of tha
domestic eclencs coursa reported that ar
rangements have been mad to secure
tha services of Mrs. Louis Campbell of
Am for the das work next fall.
Batdrday afternoon the Leachellzky club
met with the president. Miss Qraca Mann.
A paper by Mlsa Laura Orlinea gave that
famous composer' viewe of personal
ttud. Herbert Smith read an article
t Walter Spry on Leschetlsky'e prin
ciples of piano playing, and Dorothy I
KrIM told of hls'toaeher. Carl Cserny. A
paper on Paderewskl, Leschetlsky'a re
nowned pupil. A biography of Lrsche
tisky, with illustrations of his principles
of playing- by showing pictures of his
hands on tha ke board, waa given by
Xtss fcYeda Kennedy, the superintendent
of the club, who also played one of hi
compositions, "The Two Larka" Sev
eral of the 'member gave ' Impromptu
solos - ' .
The December meeting of the Woman's
club of tha Railway Mall Service was
held Wednesday afternoon at tha home
of Mra. F. A. Fair. Tha members were
entertained at a o'clock luncheon, Mra
J. M. Reynolds and Mra Thomas Craig
assisting tha nostras. .After tha lunch
eon a business eviucion was held In which
reports on the convention of tha Sixth
division of tho Woman's Club of tha
Railway MbU'i Service recently held In
CMrao, were' given by tha delegates,
Mrs. Fair telling of tha social feature,
and Mrs. WV L.' Baker of th business.
Following this. came tha exchange of
Ijifi by means of a grab bag. Th Jan
uary meeting will be held at th Loin of
Mra. Cart Frahin.
Mrs. L. F. Whitehead waa hostess to
the Hooklovcrs' Wednesday afternoon,
the time being devoted to th study of
"Tha Mill on th Floss" and "Felix
Hull," two of George Eliot's roost fa-
1,101. books.' Th first half of the
I. a reviewed by - Mra. L. C.
.-.,'i:ie. and the latter halt by Mra 11.
v. Ti'l-iH. b'xtracta from "Felix Holt"
v.f-ii- lead by Mrs. F. T. Tru. Th Club
11 ui guests Mra C. F. Kimball and
i.r bister, lire, Hamilton Doualas, who
in visiting kr from Atlanta, Ua. Next
week's meeting will be a miscellaneous
piofrain. and will be held at tha home
uf Mra. A. P. Hanchett, who will be aa
sikled In tntertainiiig ly Mra. Til ton.
Mrs. Hamilton and Mra. I. N. FlUktjv-'-r.
The Meal lub tnef Tuesday afternoon
st fe home of Mrs. R. B. Terwillinter.
'1 :a UiM.-us.-'lon of current events was
by Mrs. red Johncon and Mra Hen
H.'ji it, anl .ll.jins It came the study
..f Jln. u blolorictil pines and fam-
: f- ul-- io!s being tb ! Ul aub-
1 1 i..r i!f KMernooii. The town of
-.it.Wj nut iS'.. i; J ty Mr. J. M. Ous-
WILL BE GUEST OF HER SISTER
J '- II SfS I.
M183 ERNA 1IARLRA.
ler, who told also much of Its history
and some of Its legends. Mrs. A. O.
Goodman described Kioto, contrasting the
ancient city with tha modern one. Mra
W. E. . McConnell told of Klnshu and
Formosa, . their location and climate
This meeting closed th study meetings
of th rlub until January.. The annual
guest night on New Tear's eve will be
at the horn of Mra. W. EX McConnnlL
the huahands of tha members being
guests at a 7 o'clock dinner, and after
ward there will be the Christmas tree
and tha Interchange of gifts.
Monday afternoon the musical depart
ment of the Council Rluffs Woman's club
enjoyed an Interesting program at the
home of Mrs. Sidney Smith. Miss Hasel
Long was leader for tha afternoon, and
May, I th study of American composers was
tfontlnned. A sketch of Lowell M4on was
given by Mra. Stryker, who also spoke
of some of his compositions. Miss Long
spok of JJudley Ruck, reviewing his
work as a composer of church music,'
and a number of his songs were given
on th Vlntrola. Nathaniel Gould. Thomas
Hastings and H. R. Palmer were sub
jects of a tolk by Mrs. K. J3. Mlnlck,
and Mrs. Henry Ducll anoka on tha Hf
of Henry K. Hadloy. Sketches of Dr.
W. W. Gilchrist and It. P. panks were
given by Mrs. Robert Moth. The ladles'
quartet gave two numbers, "Th Coming
of th King." by Dudley Buck, and
"Nothlnf to Pay," by M. P. Dank. "The
Birthday of th King" waa sung by Mlaa
Vera Wind, and on of Carri Jacobs
Bond's songs by Mrs. Landrey Stroop.
There was also a 'reading by Mrs. tsuira
Matthews, which was much enjoyed. Th
next meeting of the department will be
neia January 10 at the horn of Mr. O.
walker on Mill street, -
A son wss born to Mr. find Mra Law
rnr Prolix last wek.
James Dolejpa of 1'lslnvleu, Neb., Is a
guest at the home of his brother.
The Katherlnn chapter will meet at the
Presbyterian church Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McCreary are
homo from their Wyoming ranch to spend
Mrs. O. W. Hamilton of Keystone Park
returns today from a few days' visit with
relatives In Chicago.
Miss Ruth Parker entertained at a mis
cellaneous shower on Tuesday evening
In honor of MJs Marie Bylander. Four
teen young women were th guests.
The women of St. Bernard's parish held
a home bakery sale St Knudsen's grocery
Rev. J Calvert gave a lectur at the
Methodist church Friday evening on th
MIm Dagmar Dickson and Mr. Walter
Provancha wer married Inst week. They
will reside In Fordyce, Neb.
Mrs. William Moran entertained at
lunch Inst Wednesday at her home. Cov
ers were laid for four guests.
Mrs. La France leavea this evening for
her home in Montana. She was formerly
Miss Ahllne Nunsell of Benson. V
Miss Vera Marshall will entertain the
Toung Women's Kensington club at her
home Tuesday evening, when the occasion
will be of a Christmas nature.
Mrs. J. N. Hdrton entertained at lunch
Sunday evening for Mr. and Mra F. 8.
King tiA family and Mrs. I. Cooke.
Mrs. M Stainer Is a guest at th J.
Kllllan home while on her way home
from Des Moines to McCook. Neb.
The teachers and officers of the differ
ent Sunday schools held meetings during
the last week to plan Christmas programs.
Mrs. II. C. Polly of Burley, Idaho, and
Mr. snd Mrs. A. J. Marsh of Shenandoah,
la., were guests at the F. L. Boner home.
Word has been received of th marriage
of Mr. J. Kaseke of Benson In Missouri,
lie and his bride are visiting in Chicago. .
A reception was held latiFrday after
noon from 1 to S o'clock at the horn ot
Mrs. E. A. McOlasson for those who hav
recently, come Into the Presbyterian
church.' A light lunch waa served and a
short musical program wss rendered.
. Mr. and Mrs. Jsmes Walsh will leava
next Wednesday for California and Wash
ington, where they will spend th winter.
Mrs. F. E. Toung will entertain tha Ben
ton Kensington club at a 1 o'clock dinner
and Christmas grab bar at her horn on
Mrs. A. Corbaley was hostess for th
women of th Methodist church on
Wednesday. A lunch was served during
i . . '
. Mrs. Bert Golden entertained at dinner
last week In honor of Mr.' and Mra K.
8. Bralley of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs.
IT. 'Hansen of Chicago.
of the South Side
MILKMEN ARE FINED FOR
SELLING POOR MILK
Oust and Miller of th Highland dairy
wer arraigned In polloe court on a charge
of selling milk and cream, below standard
They wer fined $35 and coats, which they
Fald. City Milk Inspector Claud Bossl
appeared against them.
. A "For Sale" ad will turn second-hand
furniture into cash.
Master Kenneth Hancock Is recovering
from a sever attack of diphtheria.
. Mrs. L. M. McMillan of Kansas City
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Van
Sant, V K street.
Mrs. Frsnk le Rrown and son, Wsl-1
lace, are gueata at th horn of Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Williams.
Mlsa Anna Rrown of Meadow Grove
la th guest of her sister, Mrs. John
Mulcahy, and Mr. Mulcahy.
The winning slda In th "Tom Thum''
wedding" contest wss entertained by
Mrs. N. M. Graham at her home, ZiV)
The senior class of th South High
school was entertained Friday evening
at a masquerade party at the horn of
Leslie Zucher In Bellevue.
Mrs. Albert No entertained at a din
ner for her mother, Mrs. Manley Wil
liams, who leaves soon for Tutan, wheru
she expects to make her future home.
Mra. William Rocalng entertained the
"Jolly Dosen" Card club at a 1 o'clock
luncheon at her home, 1907 South Twenty-ninth
street. The guests were seated
at three small tables. Tellow chrysan
themums were used for decoration.
' The Three Square club waa entertained
at th home of Miss Sadie Rothols last
Thursday evening. Those present were:
I.uclle Nltehle, Helen Dennis,
itomona McElroy, Helen Cressey,
Magna Horn, Sadie Rothols.
El noro Alexander,
Miss Hope lllbbard entertained th O.
F. F. club at , her horn Wednesday
afternoon. Those present 'wet! '' ' '
Bessie A Is worth, Marjnrie Abbott.
Doris Van Bant.
Hejen Van Sant.
Mr. and . Mrs. It. B. 'Williams enter
tained at a dinner party complimentary
to Mrs. Frank Da Rrown of Lincoln
Wedneaday evening. Covers wer laid
Messrs. and Mesdamea
S. J. Gunsau, J. N. Williams
Misses Misses . , .
Ruth Onnsau, Zula Williams,
Viola Williams. .)
Mr. A. U WUllanis. ' '
Mrs. Stephen Franklin entertained the
Thursday Afternoon Bridge club-at her
home, 13TO North Tweoty-fourth street.
Mrs. V, H, Smith waa guest of honor.
Those present were:
Mesdsmes , Mesdames
Wasan, , Robinson,
Nell, Franklin ,
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