Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 02, 1916, Page 10, Image 10
THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1916. Personal Gossiw : Rdcietu Notes : Woman's -Work cr Household-: Tomes . ' .. . c - . : : ; , .7,: . .;. . ------ , : - jl - . -la. 10 i , J November 1 19 ( Hallowe'en moonshine may have accounted for the reversion to child hood of local musical folk at the Clef - club dinner at Hotel Loyal last eve, ning. Ghosts, goblins, witches astride broomsticks, weird music and eery calls of elves and wood sprites enhanced the gaiety of the Hallow e'en pranks. The climax-came during the Vir ginia reel, when Officer J. a. Simms, as censor of the dance, arrested Mrs. Mabel Crawford Welpton for danc ing immodestly and for conduct "un becoming a lady and a musician " The dining room was immediately con verted into a court room, Lee Kratz mounted on a table behind the piano as the judge; Jean Duffield was nam ed prosecuting attorney,, while pris oner retained Mrs. Edith L. Wagon er for her counsel. A jury was im paneled, from the other musicians present and the examination of wit nesses began. Testimony was replete with musical terms, clever puns on every day conversation. The trial continued to the accompaniment of great merriment until the jury brought in a verdict of "not guilty. The prisoner was much affected by the decision and wept and laughed in turn is she thanked the judge, her at torney and the jury for proving her innocence. A quartet composed of Mr. Simms, Henry Cox, Mr. Kratz and F. O. Newlean, which sang original coup lets about each of the members of ' the Clef club, scored a big hit, as did the piano duet of Mr. Cox, violin- - ist, and Martin Bush. Cabaret, sing ing and dancing added to the pleas- ure of the evening. Fifty guests at tended, i Goodheart-Bross Wedding. " At the Diet Methodist church on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, Henry L. .Goodheart and Miss Mathilda M. Brosa, both of Omaha, were united in marriage, Dr. C. N. Dawson offi ciating. ' Misi Pauline Grossman played the , wedding march, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Benjamin were the attendants. Both families and several immediate friends were present. Mrs. Good- ' Heart is the daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bross. The newly-married; couple will live at 4 worm inirty-sixtn street, Wedding Rehearsal. ? V The marriage of Miss Bessie Chris tina Ahlquist, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C O. Ahlquist, to Mr. Kent ,' Charles Withnell, son of City Com missioner and Mrs. C. H. Withnell, will take place this evening at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's ' parents. -. -v Tuesday evening an informal party and wedding rehearsal took place at the Ahlquist residence. Those pres- .-. ent, were:."- -. , ' Hum inA Mssdam W. Ratlin, Charlaa AhlqulaC. Mtaats flssala chflfltla. Basste Jthlqulat, Onla Krell. Messra -John Wlthnatl; Francis Paddock, Ufa, Dleksnon. Mlaaaa Lorraine Wallaca, Ruth Ratlllf. Maaars. Kant Withnell, i Will Cralihoad. Hallowe'en Festivities. Miss Elva Carter gave a Hallowe'en party for twenty of her friends in the eighth and ninth grades at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Carter, last evening. The young people were masqued and had their frolic among decorations of jack o'lanterns, witches and black cats. Miss Irene Closson gave a Hallow e'en party at her home last evening. Seasonable decorations and games ,were used. Those present were: Misses- Mlaaaa l.llllaa Bros. Louisa Wafnar, Ivs Ctsmmon, Qartruda Krai, Msssrs.. Lloyd McBlro?, Halan Chaatar, Loulaa Blrarh, Elisabeth Usrahorn. , i Maaars. ' Daniel MoCarty, Walter Fraderlckaon, Charles Morris, . Leroy Ryan. Krle Olssn. Waltsr Mayland. Charles Rahn, f , Harold Boysaa, Franco-Belgian Relief Society. The enlarged, work of the Franco Belgian Relief Wiety is progressing rapidly. The association will meet, tomorrow at 1:30 in its new quar ters, 304 Baird building, to discuss the situation and formulate plans for the management of the enterprise. At 4:30 all women of Omaha who are interested in war relief and the for mation of circles to prepare hospital bandages will meet with the mem bers of the Franco-Belgian Relief so ciety at its room. ' Mrs. John A. McShane, president, has chosen Mrs. T. R. Rutledge to act as chairman of the publicity commit tee, Assisting Mrs. Rutledge will be Miss Elizabeth Kern, Miss Mary Duffy, Miss Daisy Doane and Miss Anne Johnston. , , Pleasures Past, Mrs, Duke Pence entertained Tues day evening at a "Hallowe'en party for ten young women. Games and music preceded the dinner. The guests were: , - ' ' Misses Mlaaaa Halan Morton. ' Arnes Davis, Berenice Wheal, . Irene Rose. Ruth Hoblnaon, Wllda Ruter, Helen Anderaoa, Irene Pence, Alice Michel, Gertrude Penny. Meadames B. Morion. William Tarton. Mrs. Ed Janke entertained on Tues day evening at her home in Benson hurst at a Hallowe'en party for the - members of the . Loyal Daughters' club. The guests were: Hlsees ... Misses Jeaal Beltla, Irene Moulthrop, Mildred TUsel, f Slale Hermans, Gertrude Calvert, Edith Herman Kmmi Pliant, Lola panleleon. Vera Marshall, - Mesdamea Meadames M. Kroyer, . . .' Louis Moon, . J. Calvert, t; , J. Blaael. For Mra. Faith, Mrs. W. G. Nicholson entertained at a line party with eight guests at the Orphcu'r) matinee this afternoon in honor of Mra. George- Faith of Chicago, who is the guest of Mrs. John E. Pulver. . For New Year Guest. ' , Mrs. H. A. Quinn of Council Bluffs entertained ar number of Louncu Bluffs and Omaha women at luncheon at the Omaha club, and at -the Or pheum matinee yesterday in honor of Mrs. Hill of New York who ia visit ing in Council Bluffs. On the lunch- ton table pompom chrysthemums in hyelUficld shades of yellow and golden brown harmonized with tiny yellow pumpkin favors suggestive of Hallowe'en. Cov- pers were laid for: Meadamea Mtsdamas Lyman Bhugsrt, "Mflmer Khusart, 0. C. Lyon, K. H. Doollttle, . John Bono, F. J. Schnorr, Bakar, H. U. Krans. 1. C. Wood, Mines MlBBPB Orptia gulnn, Katherlna Beno. Gray, For Miss Baldwin. A very interesting guest is paying a passing visit to Omaha. Miss Mary Louise Baldwin of San Francisco ar rived yesterday morning from New York in her private car to spend a day with Miss Harriet Smith. Miss Baldwin is the step-daughter of Wil liam Sproule, president of the South ern Pacific railroad. She is a frequent visitor in New York, as is also Miss Harriet Smith, and the two are dear friends. Miss Baldwin is returning to San Francisco in order to make her debut there on November 18. Miss Harriet Smith entertained for her at a small luncheon at her home today. A centerpiece of Ward roses in a black Japanese flower bowl, with little birds perched at each end, was used on the table. Covers were laid for: . . Misses ' MlsBca Mary Louise Baldwin Marian Howe, of Han Francisco, Ruth Hitchcock. Helen Srohte, Marffarut Hemn. - Josephine Conation, Mrs. Arthur Crittenden Smith. ,. Florence Nightingale Club. A social organization which is do ing a useful work is the Florence Nightingale club, organized three years ago. This club meets every two weeks and spends the ,time making baby outfits.for the Visiting Nurse association. Since September this year the club has made three baby sets at its semi-monthly meetings. There are about eighteen members. Mrs. S. J. Duncan is president, Mrs. E. L. Hunt ley secretary and Mrs. C. W. McMas ter treasurer. The next meeting will be held a week from Thursday with Mrs. C. F. Kelly in the Winona apart ments, ; Dinner Party. The Misses La Vern and Paula Kilo entertained at a dinner party Sunday evening in honor of Miss Mazel Oilbaugn, wno recently re turned from a six months' stay in South Dakota. The evening was spent in music and dancing. Several hu morous sketches were given by, Miss Margaret McNeill. Hallowe'en dec orations were used. . For Bride-to-Be, Affairs for the next society bride are beginning this week. In honor of Miss Isabel Vinsonhaler, whose mar riage to Mr, John Hugus Caldwell will take plac the 14th of this month, Thursday Miss Alice Coad will give an informal bridge party, and Friday Mary Megeath will give, a small luncheon, ; Junior Bridge Club. . - - Miss Blanche Deuel will entertain the members of the Junior Bridge club at her home Friday afternoon in stead ot today, as was previously an nounced. Miss Eleanor Mackay will substitute for Miss Eugenie Patter son, Who is visiting in Kansas t-ity. Pleasures Paat. Chief among the HalloweVn fes tivities was the dance given by the Le Mars club. The special solo dance, "Gingersnaps," By little Jeatiette Brown, proved a great attraction. Over 160 couples were present. Gin gersnaps and old-fashioned apple cider were served to the dancers. On the Calendar. Miss Daphne Peters has Invitations out for a party next Monday evening in honor of Miss Isabel Vinsonhaler, a bride of the month. Personal Mention. Mrs. Max Alexander of Cincinnati, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. M. A. Ketchenberg, will leave today for her home. Hallowe'en Party. Miss Grace Sutter entertained at a Hallowe'en party last Saturday night, Advice to Lovelorn ! By BEATRICE FAIRFAX. 1 Try to Be Friend. c T)w Mlwt FAtrfftx: ! urn a younv man net quit It and hold a rMponntbl position with a lanr tlrm. About four month ago I mt a younff lady on yoar my junior, whom I hava loftrnsd to love dsarly, Thii young lady alway told tn that aha rare for me very much and doen not go out with any body but me, itlll th doei tKt know whthr ih loves me or not. Lately ehe has told me that eh doea not rare to marry at all, and when aik why, ehe told me it'e a aeUieh reason ehe would not want me to know, and at the name time he auks me to coma around to aee her aa often aa 1 can. I would like you very much to give roe your opinion about this matter aa I love her o muh that I would not want to lose hr friendship for the world. N. D. 8. ierhape the girl's decision Is not irrevoc able Borne young girls have a foolish and unworthy horror of marriage which they outgrow as they grow in wisdom. And. any way, you need not so readly acknowledge defeat. Why not strive to win her through tender, unselfish friendship." You are young enough to wait. - And I hope you an sura enough to make perserverance worth while. Find Where Ilia Great Opportunities lie. ' ;lear Miss Fairfax: I am Just past 11 and have for the last two years, been go ing about with a young man IS, To me this man is a model, and I think a great deal of him and know If I were to lose him It would break my heart. lie has a fairly good position and la ambitious, but his home Is not In New Tork,, Conditions at his home are not what they" might be. Me is at a loss to know what he should do and has asked me to help him decide. I do not want to put myself in an emis pressing position of tilling him I would like him to marry mo and take me home with him. so would you kindlM give me a tew suggestions? ' PATIENTLT WAITING. This young man eannot afford to give up certain employment la New York for the chance of securing work In his home town and so being able to help his people. He la most useful to them when his earning capacity' does moat toward helping them. Just make him feel your deep Interest, your sympathy and affection a well, aa you de sire to help -and I think you will find your elf coming closer to him through sharing hli trouble. The thing to do Is to help him ascertain where hia real opportunity for usefulness Ilea.. For This is a suit which can be purchased at moderate price in first or second quality of blue serge or in white and blue Ramie linen, or blue and white Ramie or French linen A Brother's Worth By BEATRICE FAIRFAX. There is nothing more splendid than a real friendship between broth er and sister. It seems ko me very tragic that auch friendships are rare. A little understanding, a little tolera tion, a little respect for each, other's viewpoint and personality would prob ably make a real friendship between brother and sister a foregone con clusion,.; No brother can proye his real inter est in his sister by taking a suspicious attitude toward every friend she has or by refusing to let her share the pleasures which he generally approves of for other girls or by selfishly neglecting her. And no sister can cement nappy re lationships betweeither brother and herself by nagging at him for every thing he does and by making demands of all sorts on him and by prying into hjis affairs. I tie way to possess a brother worth having is to be a sister worth hav ingand of course the convers of the proposition is equally true. There are a few little things and some large ones in which brothers and sisters ought to defer to each other. Here is just an outline sug gestion of them. Work them up and apply them to. your own individual cases and see what harmony in your family they produce. Brothers, attention. Don't issue or ders to your sister. If you see her going about with boys and girls of whom you suspect evil.make sure you are right and then persuade her that you love her too much to hi criticised because of her companions. Don't try to take all her fun away from her by cuttitng her off from the only people she knowsr- but exert yourself to substitute other friends. Be grateful for any little favors she does you and don't ever demand as your right the sewing on of buttons or the mending of socks, ' - Be thoughtful, considerate, gener otis; bring some of the courtesy you snow your sweetheart into your treat ment of your sister. Make a friend and confidante of her. Show a little respect for her and a little belief in the fact that she has brains and judg ment and a logical mind to which you can appeal even if "she is a wo man." Now, girls, here s your little se'r- X THE HIGHEST QUALITY ' Macaroni JX1KNER MFG. CO. OMAHA, UJA '" Aik for and Sr,-,W Skinners the Up-to-Date .Ai y-r"- - I , f .', ; a 1 This practical wtnpcord has bone but tons, and collar and band cuffs of simulated moleskin. In navy blue, brown, green, or to order in blacE r , monette. Study your brother's tastes and whims and (ry to please him with little bits of attention such as a woman has it in her power to offer a man. When he introduces you to his friends, try to make a good im pression; remember, he has a certain pride in his ownfamily. Accept advice with the feeling and attitude that brother probably knows whereof he speaks and means it for your own good when he offers sug gestions. ' His worldly wisdom will save you from mistakes that might be fatal to your happiness. His nat ural chivalry will protect you . in many difficult situations. The point is that brothers and sis ters ought . to be chums pals the best of friends. I suggest that they try it. HOW I DARKENED MY A GRAY HAIR Lady Gives Simple Home Recipe that She Used to Darken Her Gray' Hair.' '. For years I tried to restore my gray hair to its natural color with the prepared dyes and stains, hut none of them gave satisfaction and they were all expensive. I finally ran onto a simple recipe which I mixed at home that gives wonderful results. I gave the recipe, Which is as follows, to a number of my friends, and they are all delighted with it. To 7 ozs. of war add a small box of Barbo Com pound, 1 oz. of bay rum and i oz. of glycerine. These ingredients can be bought at any drug store at very little cost. Use every other day until the hair becomes the required shade. It will not only darken the gray hair, but relieves dandruff and acts a a tonic to the hair. 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