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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 18. 1917
Monday afternoon Miss Nelle Ben
ton entertained a number of friends
informally at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. .Benton. Durin
the afternoon she announced her en
gagement to Mr. lere Van Renselaer,
jr., of Omaha. The wedding is to
take place next Monday evening.
Monday afternoon the Oakland
Avenue Chapter cf St. Paul's Guild
met at the home of Dr. Harriet Ham
ikon on Lawton Terrace. The new
rector. Rev. W. E. Mann, was th
guest of the chapter and a very de
iiehttm atternoon was spent.
Mrs. J. R. McPherson entertained
the members of the McPherson Ave
nue Improvement club at her home
on Pierce street , Monday evening.
Most of the time was spent socially.
but a few matters of business were
discussed, although no decision was
The Quiz club held its semi-annual
election ot ofheers on luesday eve
nine, with the following result: Presi
dent, John Oliver; vice president, Ada
spetman; secretary, Oladys Orimn
treasurer, Harvey Marx; assistant
treasurer, Minnie Jensen; sergeant-at
arms, Adolf Diwoky.
Mrs. Spindler entertained the mem
bers of the Tuesday History club
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Saunders
and Mrs. Holhngsworth were selected
to represent the club at the conter
ence of city clubs to consider em
ploying j visiting nurse. The study
of Brazil was then continued, with
Mrs. Hollingsworth as leader. A num
her of short papers were read and
discussed. The program was as fol
lows: "The Dutch Conauest." Mrs
S. B. Snvder; "Expulsion of the
Dutch," Mrs. A. B. Sipherd; "The
Seventeenth Century," Mrs. L. A,
Gray: "Gold Discoveries and Re
-volts," Mrs. Painter Knox; "French
Attacks," Mrs. J. C. Pryor; "The
Eighteenth Century." Mrs. K. C. Jo
scph; "The Portuguese Court in Rio,'1
Mrs. A. W. Tvlcr: "Independence,'
Mrs. W. H. Kiilpack. In two weeks
i the club will meet at the home of
The Ideal club met at the home o
Mrs. B. S. Terwilliger Tuesday to con
tinue the study of Slav literature. The
discussion of current events was led
by Mrs. Moth. The Russian novel
was discussed by Mrs. Cursler and
Mrs. Organ gave a very interesting
paper on the origin of Russian litera
ture. Miss De Vol talked on Dos
toievsky who has been called the
"Apostle of the Lowly." The study
of the Slavs will be continued next
week at Mrs. Terwilliger s.
The Atlas club held a social meet
ing at the Blackstone Tuesday after
noon. After luncheon the members
spent the afternoon in the apartments
of Mrs. Walker, who was one of the
hostesses for the day. The other
hostesses were Mrs. Parmelee and
Mrs. Allan. The study of Turkey in
Asia will be continued next Tuesday
at the home ot Mrs. farmeiee. Bag-
, dad" will be the special subject for
The Elks gave a very delightful
Valentine party for the members and
their friends Wednesday evening. The
alub house was very attractively deco
rated in valentines. There was a large
attendance and a very pleasant eve
ning was enjoyed.
Wednesday evening Miss Orpha
(Juinn and Mrs. Clarence rLeeline en
. tertained at dinner in honor of Miss
Nelle Benton, who is to be married to
Mr. lere Van Kenselaer, rr, of Oma
ha Monday evening. The rooms were
appropriately decorated for St Valen
tine's day. The guests were twelve of
the most intimate friend of the bride-
Wednesday afternoon the members
of the University elnb met at the
home of Mrs. W. F. Arnold. The aft
ernoon was spent in study? the les
son on Mexico in the Bayview course.
In two weeks the club will meet at
the home of Mrs. Beasley, 807 South
A large number of the members and
tnends ot it. Paul s church were ores-
ent at the reception given in honor of
the new rector, Kev. W. fc. Mann, and
his wife at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. Doolittle Wednesday evening.
The decorations were appropriate for
St Valentine's day and the rooms
were very attractive m their red and
white. The refreshments also carried
out the same, color scheme. The
vestrymen and their wives formed the
receiving line and a number of the
church women assisted in the dining
room. Mrs. -George Jackson and Mrs.
n. u. Lorey poured cottee early in
the evening and were later relieved
by Mr. M. F. Rohrer and Mrs. Leon
ard Everett, Others who assisted in
the dining room were: Mrs. Wood
Allan, Mrs. H. V. Battey, Mrs. Louis
Zurmuehlen, Mrs. E. J. Towslee, Mrs.
Forrest Smith, Miss Johnson, Miss
Stillmah and Miss Tinlcy.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wolfe enter
tained at dinner Thursday evening in
honor of Miss Nelle Benton. The
decorations were in old rose and the
rooms were filled, with roses. After
the1 dinner the entire party adjourned
to the Assembly club dance at the
Grand. The guests were: Miss Ben
tog and Mr. Van Renselaer, Miss
Theda Beresheim, Mr. Deak Knowles,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Recline, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Day, Mr. Rogv Kee
line and Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe.
Wednesday' afternoon the Flower
mission held their annual election at
the home of Mrs. Roland Otis. Mrs.
H. A. Quinn was again chosen presi
dent, Miss Nelle Benton, secretary,
:nd Mrs. Jack Day, treasurer. About
thirty of the members were present
and the meeting was unusually pleas
The last Assembly club dance of
the season was held Thursday evening
at the Grand hotel ball room. The at
tendance was very good and the affair
was a decided success. Olsen's or
chestra of Omaha was stationed be
hind a bank of palms and the wall
pockets were filled with flowers.
Offer. Startling Values
Fin Cut Glass, Brass and
25c to $1.00 ',
Sterling Flatware, $1.00 an onnca.
- Other Goods
10 TO 50 OFF
HEADS MEMBERSHIP BOOST
ERS FOR WOMAN'S CLUB.
Mrs. J. E. Dodds has returned from
a visit in Des Moines.
The Thursday Morning Bible class.
led by Mrs. D. L. Johnston, met with
Mrs. J. W. Marshall. It meets this
Week with Mrs. Hutchinson, Forty-
ninth and California streets.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Dundee Presbyterian church met Fri
day with Mrs. Fred Martin.
The Bible class led by Mrs. Dow
met Tuesday with Mrs. John Harte.
Mrs. Frank Butts was called to
Chicago last week by the death of
Mrs. H. B. Lemere gave a skating
party at the Happy Hollow links
Monday evening, lollowed by supper
at her home. Those present were Dr.
and Mrs. Charles O'Neil Rich, Dr.
and Mrs. E. L. Bridges, Mr. and Mrs.
n. C inverts; Mr. and Mrs. George
Sumner; Mr. Houston of New York
and Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Lemere.
Mr. T. L. Combs was in Chicago on
business last week. 1
The Dundee division of the All
Saints' Guild met for a bridge lunch
eon Friday afternoon with Mrs. W.
Mrs. A. C. Pancoast entertained in
formally at bridge at her home Thurs
I he Junior Christian Endeavor so
ciety of the Dundee church had a
Valentine social at the church last
Jeannie Trimble gave a Valentine
masquerade party at her home Wed
nesday evening for a number of young
The Winter Dancing club will give
hard times Dartv at Harte hall.
Tuesday evening, February 27.
I tie Bachelors club gave a dancine
party at Harte hall Friday evening.
Mesdames Widoe. Bentz. Ralsfnn
Berry an Coooer went tn I .inrnln
Thursday with the "suffrage snecial."
miss Dorothy iowle, daughter of
Mr. ana Mrs. Koy lowle, is ill.
Mrs. Mert Morril is ' reeoverine
nicely alter an operation- tor the re
moval of her tonsils. "
Mrs. Edgar Rover is reeovermc
irom an attacK ot grip.
Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Day went to
Lincoln 1 hursday to attend the receo
tion given by Governor and Mrs. Ne
Rev. and Mrs. Albert Porter will
leave the first of next week for their
new charge at Brookings, S. D. Rev.
Mr. Porter has been pastor of the
United Presbyterian cJiurchjfor two
The Lather league of St. Take's
church will stage the Old District
School" at the Ancient Order United
Workmen temple on Mondav evening.
Mrs. George Frerich entertained the
Adah Kensington of the Order of the
Easern Star at her home in the Ange-
ras apartments on 1 hursday after
noon. Mr. William Berry entertained
the P. E. O. sisterhood Saturday
fternoon. .Mesdames Coooer. Math
ews and Miss Jean Lee were on the
Miss Helen Carlson, Twentieth and
streets, entertained the confirma
tion union class at a valentine nartv
Tuesday evening. About forty were
present The evening was spent with
games and music.
1 he Woman s Relief corps was en
tertained at the home of Mrs. J. O.
Eastman Saturday afternoon.
St. Hilda's guild of St. Martin's
church held a successful dancing
party Tuesday evening.
The Mystic Workers held a card
party at Odd Fellows' halt Tuesday
evening. Prizes were won bjr Mes
dames Avery, Routee, Bowker, Rob
ertson and Ryno.
On Thursday evening at the home
of Bruce McCuIloch the Baraca class
the United Presbyterian church en
tertained the Philathea class.
On Friday evening the X. L. club
held an entertainment at Rushings'
St Mary s guild and St. Martin's
Boys' club ljeld a Valentine party at
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GAGED TO 0MAHAN.
Jt(iss Harriet Dixokf
St. Martin's rectory Wednesday
evening. A taffy pull, games and
dancing furnished the amusement of
the evening. Mesdames- De Lanney
and Volz were sponsors and Rev.
and Mrs. Marsden guests. About
forty young folks were present.
The ladies of the Moose club en
tertained Thursday in honor of Miss
fern 1'hmney s birthdav. lhe even
ing was spent with cards and danc
ing, followed by a dainty luncheon.
About forty guests were present.
On Friday evening the interme
diate class of lhe United Presbyterian
church gave the Rev. and Mrs. Por
ter a surprise farewell party at the
parsonage. On Saturday afternoon
the jlnior class gave Mrs. Porter a
farewell party at the home of Miss
Maude Radcr. About twenty-five
young folks were present.
, Albert Tibke of North Dakota is
the guest of his uncle, Mr. Frank
Tietz, for a few days.
Miss Anna Moloskic, who has been
visiting'her aunt, Mrs. August Proch,
now at De Sota, Neb., has returned
Frank Tietz. jr., Miss Clara Tictz.
Miss Rose Tietz and Albert Tibke
spent Sunday at Millard with friends
Miss Cloe Crookshank of Rakers-
field, Cal., has arrived in the city for
an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Newell Burton. Mrs. Crookshank is
a sister of Mrs. Burton.
A number of the young friends of
the Misses Fridddles surprised them
the fore part of the week, when the
afternoon was spent in games and
cards. A bountiful luncheon was
served. Those present were Miss
Emma.Heise, Miss Alma Doll, Miss
Wilma Tietgen, Miss Marie Doll,
Miss Freda Tietgen, Mr. Thomas
Doll, Mr. Fred Heise and Mr. Hans
Mrs. W. H. Thompson entertained
I the Hillside circle of the Presbyterian
church at her .home on west state
street on Wednesday afternoon. The
time was spent in cutting garments
for the use of the Visiting "Nurse as
sociation of Omaha.
Mrs. George Siert entertained the
members of the G. O. P. circle of
the JJresbyterian church at her home
on Wednesday afternoon.
William Tietgen and Mr. Henry
Tietgen of Wayne, Neb., weVe guests
of Carl E. Penke Sunday.
Florence lodge, No. 281, Ancient
Free and Accepted Masons extend a
cordial invitation to the people to at
tend a patriotit meeting at the Pres
byterian church Thursday evening, at
which time Mr. Thomas D. Crane will
be the principal speaker. His subject
will be, "George Washington First
in Peace, First in War and First in
the Hearts of His Countrymen."
Mrs. VV. B. farks will entertain
the- cabinet of the Methodist church
Sunday school at her home on Mon
Mrs. William Tutttle entertained
the board members of the Methodist
church at her home on Monday even
ing. A pretty wedding was solemnized
Monday evening at the residence of
Rev. Father Barrett, when Miss Rose
Dinkens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver Dinkens, became the bride of
Mr. Earl Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Kelly of Fort Calhoun. The
bride's attendants were Miss Ellen
Kelly and Mr. Robert Martin. After
the ceremony a wedding supper was
served at the home of the bride's
parents. After a short honeymoon
trip Mr. and Mrs. Kelly will make
their home on the groom's father's
Mrs. William Raymond entertained
the Ponca kensington at her home
on Wednesday afternoon. A royal
good time was had, after which a
dainty repast was served those pres
ent, which included Mrs. Julius Brod
erson, Mrs. Robert Merin, Mrs. Rob
ert West, Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Hans Jas
person, Mrs. Chris Hanson, Mrs. S.
B. Letovsky, and Miss Krenzcr. The
invited guests were Mrs. Jorgenson,
Mrs. Edmund Raymond, Mrs. Charles
Travers and Miss Martha Jasperson.
The next meeting will be at the home
of Mrs. S. B. Letovsky, on Feb
Mrs. I. L. Wilson entertained the
last of the week in honor of her sis
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OMAHA GIRL WHO WAS WED
ter's birthday anniversary. The
rooms were decorated with Valen
tines. Games and dancing furnished
tnc amusements, alter which lunch
eon was served. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wilson, Miss
Clara Williams, Miss Bernice Dibble,
Miss Cecil Harham, Miss Iiretta
Williams, Miss Opal Barham, Miss
Fern Dibble, Miss Hattie Williams,
Mr. Gooner Anderson and Mr. Owen
Mrs. Scott Tucker was called to
Thayer, Ind., the first of the week by
the illness of her mother.
Miss Helen Welrhert, who has
been confined to her home by an at
tack of pneumonia, has recovered and
is able to be up again.
Mrs. A. B. Anderson spent several
days the first of the week visiting at
the Home ot her parents at Gilmorc,
Neb. Mr. Anderson also spent Sun
Mrs. t. B. Curtis of Kansas is mak
ing an extended visit at the home of
her brother, S. Barham.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Barnes of
Beaver Crossing, Neb., are in the city,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Newell
Miss Clara Williams and Miss Ma
bel Williams have been week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Wilson
Mrs. A. B. Anderson, who has been
teaching school at Ponca the last fall
and winter, has resigned her position
being suceeded by Mrs. Yetter.
Mr. Claus Anderson of Montana is
the guest of his brother, Mr. Henry
Anderson, while undergoing treat
ment for stomach trouble.
Mrs. David Johnson was the honor
guest at a dinnjr given Thursday by
her sister. Mrs. Fred Haynes, of the
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dowling have
as their guests this week their sister,
Mrs. Hirarh Dowling and daughter,
Lulu, of Wainwright, Alberta, Canada.
C. E. Dodd and wife arrived Thurs
day morning from Pope Joy la., to
visit their daughter, Mrs. J. E. Gar
man. A daughter was horn Monday to
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoefner, who
very recently moved to Mindcn, la.
Mr. and .Mrs. Merten Helligso, who
have been guests of the lattcr's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jacobsen,
returned to their home at Fairbury,
Mrs. H. H. Thew and son. Richard.
returned from California Tuesday.
ine cpwortn league has organized
a mission study class It served a
lunch between the meetings so all
can stay at church on Sunday evening.
.Mrs. K. J. Mitton attended a dinner
given by her sister, Mrs. Catherine
Allen, on Wednesday in South Side.
Mrs. A. M. Kelly and daughter,
Mrs. Joseph Kapp, entertained the
Ladies' Aid society at an all day
meeting Thursday at the home of the
latter. A three-course dinner was
Mrs. E. G. Grover and sister, Mrs.
F. C. Bntts, returped Thursday morn
ing from their week's trip to Chicago
and points in Wisconsin.
The A. B. Towel club, composed
of Mrs. G. Hayes, Mrs. R. J. Sutton.
A. Wiig, S. Weston, N. T. Thompson,
M. Peterson, went over to Council
Bluffs and held their monthly kensing
ton at the home of Mrs. A. Hatfield.
The Birthday club of the Royal
Neighbors enjoyed the hospitality of
Mrs. Emil Groman Wednesday after
noon. Those present were Mesdames
S. Morris, F. Cockayne, M. Hansen,
E. A. Winn. J. Wisler, A. J. Wisler,
S. Faulkner, L. Wagner, M Brady,
F. Tex, E. Maack, F. Marshall, R. J.
Sutton, J. Royer, L. Patterson. M.
Brown, J. Gilmore and M. Smith.
Miss Emma Bolten of Clifton Hill,
a recent arrival from Europe, has
come to west side to make her home
with Mrs. M. Johnson.
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Doing in the World
Education of its imaginative faculty
is what the Anireican public requires,
according to Granville Barker, distin
guished English playwright, actor and
producer, who will he in our midst to
morrow. Mr. Barker gives a lecture
on "Ideas in the Theater at the
Fontenelle at 4 o'clock under the joint
auspices of the Drama league and
Society of Fine Arts, in the member
ship roster of which are found Oma
has most conscientious patronesses
of art. drama, music and literature.
"Anything that happens in real
life, anything that might happen
under circumstances ot real lite,
my definition of the, material for the
stage, and even that 1 think may oe
too narrow. Facts we must have; facts
concerning the things that are hap
pening in our midst or society and
government are in danger. Where
can we get these facts? We ought to
get them from the newspapers, but
we don't. I think the stage comes
nearest to making us all see what is
happening. I predict that in fifty
years America will have developed
areat national drama." he says.
It is as an advanced producer that
Barker has won great distinction, ai
though his plavs, "The Voysey In
hcritance," "The Madras House,'
"Waste" and others have had con
siderable vosrue. His last play, "The
Morris Dance," however, which had
its premier last week at Winthrop
Ames' Little Theater in New York,
met with a decided frost at the hands
of metropolitan critics a week ago
Saturday when the play was pro
duced before an invited audience pre
paratory to the first public appear
"The most outrageously tedious,
prolix, perplexing and provoking
piece yet written by a dramatist with
a reputation to sustain, says ine
World, and the Times is equally as
disheartening. Something to the et
feet that Granville Barker essaying
such a farce had somewhat of the
same ring as if William Dean How-
c Is would write a scenario tor Lhar
lie Chaplin, or Forbes-Robertson
should essav the buck and wing.
What the distinguished Englishman
himself will have to say about this
when he comes tomorrow it will be
interesting to note.
Washington's birthday is the day of
all days in the year which the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution cele
brate. The two local chapters have
elaborate plans to observe Thursday.
Major Isaac Sadler chapter members,
headed by their regent, Mrs. William
Archibald Smith, will have a patriotic
costume party at the South Side home
of Mrs. Hugh McCuIloch. Many
colonial dames with powdered hair
will attend; they will dance the stately
minuet and sing colonial songs. Oma
ha chapter, of which Mrs. F. R.
Straight is regent, will have some
thing of the same sort at a tea at
the home of Mrs. A. C. Stokes.
Politics again begin to sizzle in na
tional Daughters of the American
Revolution circles in advance of the
national congress to be held in Wash
ington in April. The office of presi
dent general is always a hotly con
tested one. Already four candidates
have appeared in the field, one of
them, Mrs. James Hamilton Lewis,
wife of Senator Lewis of Illinois, who
is said to be the Story administration
candidate. The appearance of Mrs.
Lewis, it .is 'said, will weaken the
chance of Mrs. George Squires of
Minneapolis, who relied on the ad
ministration for support. Mrs. George
Thacher Guernsey of Independence,
Kan., a sister of Mrs. Charles H. Aull,
Nebraska state regent, is the anti-or
ganization candidate, and the fourth
is Mrs. John Miller Horton of Buf
falo, widely named as an independent.
The state Daughters conference
will be held in Fremont the middle of
March, delegates having already been
College Women's Civics Work.
A new civics department from
which big things are expected was of
ficially launched at the general meet
ing of the Association of Collegiate
Alumnae. Saturday. Mrs. Harvey E.
Newbranch, the association president,
was named to head the department.
Registrations for the
Red Cross First Aid
Class at the Y. W, C. A.
close Monday evening.
The class meets at 7 :30
p. m. Monday.
Ten Lesson, $2.50
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$4.99, $5.99, $6.99, $7.99
Subcommittees of Rrd Cross work,
legislation, sutTraKe und city welfare
were outlined with Miss Kuphemia
Johnson, Mrs. Karl K. Adams, Miss
Helen Sorenson and Mrs. Thilip
Horan to lead the work.
Three sectional meetings will be
held this week. The music depart
ment will have a Von Weher program
Monday at 4 o'clock at the Young
Women's Christian association, where
all these section meetings are to be
held. Mrs. Le Roy Savell will lead
the program. The story tellers' meet
ing will be Wednesday afternoon at
the same hour at the home of Miss
Helen Sommer. Miss Ruth Mc
Donald will tell a patriotic and Miss
Eleanor Nevin, a French story. The
drama section meets Saturday morn
ing at 11 o'clock with Miss Mary
Wallace. Giacosa's "The Wager" will
be given under the leadership of Mrs.
Wralter Abbott. Besides Mrs. Abbott,
the cast includes Mrs. Newbranch,
Mrs. Stephen Davies and Mrs. l'hilip
Interest in membership is at its
height in- the Omaha Woman's club
about this time of the year because
on the first of March each year the
club grants to women desiring to
join for the incoming year, which
begins May 1, a complimentary mem
bership during March and April.
With the exception of the years,
11M914, the membership of the
club has been considerably larger this
year than it has been for some years
The executive committee of the club
felt, however, that many more wo
men would identify themselves with
the club work if they were invited to
do so. The committee, therefore, ap
pointed a committee of fifteen, with
Mrs. W. G. Nicholson as chairman,
to interest women in the clnb.
Kach of the following women has
asked four clubmembera to assist in
the work: Mesdames E. E, Crine, E.
H. Ward, W. J. Roush, Joseph C.
Duffy. L. M. Lord, Thomas Brown,
Charles A. Loti, R. S. Smith, I J.
Healey, Isaac Douglas. C. ft. Coon,
S. B. Wilson, O A. Nickum, W. V
.Baldwin and John W. Gill. A quiet
and concerted effort has followed and
indications are a large increase in
membership. There is a friendly ri
valry among the different groups.
Mrs. Richard S. Smith and her as
sistants lead in the number of per
sons secured. Mrs. E. E. Crane, Mrs.
W. A. Baldwin, Mrs. Joseph Duffy
and Mrs. W. J. Roush and their as
sistants follow closely in line.
The Omaha Women's Christian
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