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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 8, 1917.
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock Miss
Anna Price, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
.1. A. Price, and Mr. C. Roy Ward,
Kansas City, Mo., were united in mar
riage by Rev. George A. Ray, at the
Second .Presbyterian church. The
decorations in the church were in
Faster colors, purple and white.
Violets and Easter lilies were very at
tractively used. "My Song to You"
and words set to "A Perfect Day"
were sung by Mrs. Clifford Stratton,
a sister of the groom. The Lohen
prin wedding march was played
!y Miss Florence Senior as the bridal
party entered the church. The bride
was beautifully gowned in white crepe
rlc chine with pearl trimmings.
Friends in California had sent real
"range blossoms, which formed a
wreath, holding the long tulle veil in
place. She carried a white prayer
book instead of the conventional
bouquet. Mrs. F. J. Krumenacker,
twin sister of the brute, was matron
of honor. She wore a gown of bro
caded crepe de chine in shades of
lavendar and a corsage bouquet of
violets. Master Harold Price Krum
enacker, the 3-year-old nephew of the
bride, carried the ring in a big Easter
lily. Mr. Barton Laird, Omaha, was
i he best man and Mr. Clifford Strat
ton, Mr. Alfred Price and Mr. Harry
Tooper ushers. An informal reception
was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Krumenacker following the cere
mony, at which only the bridal party
and the family were present. Mr. and
Mrs. Ward left the city on a late
train for a short wedding trip, but
will be at home in Kansas City after
Plans for garden work occupied
most of the time at the meeting of
the Federated Mothers' and Teach
ers' club Monday afternoon at the
library. A special request was made
to the members to encourage work
along this line this year because of
the food shortage. Various matters of
routine business were also transacted.
Miss Helen Davis and her sorority
sister, Miss Helen Bergeman of New
ton, la., are spending the Easter vaca
tion at the home of Miss Davis' par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George S. Davis.
Tuesday afternoon the Atlas club
held the last study meeting of the
year at the home of Mrs. C. F. Kim
hill. After the discussion of current
events Mrs. Kimball gave a paper on
"Russian and German Designs on
Turkey." tA short business meeting
followed, at which the officers were
elected for the coming year. The re
sult of the election was as follows:
President, Mrs. R. H. Bloomer; vice
president, Mrs. Wood Allan: secre
tary and treasurer, Mrs. F. T. True
A social meeting on April 10 will
close the season.
The last study program of the year
was given by the Ideal club Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. S.
Terwilliger. The discussion of cur
rent events was led by Mrs. W. H.
Dudley. A very interesting paper on
"Bulgarians in the United States" was
read by Mrs. Bonham. Mrs. Robert
Moth discussed the Italian, Slavic and
Hungarism unskilled labor in America.
Mrs. George F. Spooner told of the
Poles in this country. A short busi
ness meeting was then held to elect
delegates to the biennial convention
at Fort Dodge in May. Those chosen
were Mrs. Thomas Metcalf, sr.; Mrs.
Lewis Cutler and Mrs. M. B. Moon,
with Mrs. Dudley, Mrs. Moth and
Mrs. George Williamson as alternates.
The club will close the season with a
social meeting at the home of Mrs.
Cutler next Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.
Cutler will be assisted in entertaining
by Miss DeVol, Mrs. J. P. Organ,
Mrs. Katherine DeVol, Mrs. Will
Pyper and Mrs. A. B. Nicholas.
A very delightful afternoon party
was given by Miss Jean Hunter
Wednesday in honor of Miss Spindler.
The guests were the bridal party and
a few other special friends of the
bride-to-be. Sewing and visiting oc
cupied the afternoon.
Wednesday afternoon the Univer
sity club met at the home of Mrs. F.
H. Garrett. The lesson on Mexico
w as led by Mrs. J. V. Mallery. The
club took up the study of Mexican
gold mines and magazine articles on
"Daughters of Mexico." An article on
"Christmas at Los Reyes" was read by
-Mrs. Ji. U. Kedtern. Mrs. Mallery
read Bryant's poem, "Waiting at the
Gate." The club will meet April 18
at the home of Mrs. J. M. Mathews.
The Book Lovers met Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles
R. Hannan, sr.. and took up the study
of George Meredith's novel, "Diana of
the Crossways." The story was very
entertainingly outlined and discussed
by Mrs. J. R. Reed and Mrs. C. D.
Parmelee. Mrs. J. T. Hamilton gave
a sketch of the life of Charles Good
year and the rubber industry as the
selected topic. The club will meet
with Mrs. Hannan again next week.
Miss Clara Hart, who is attending
Dana Hall at Wellesley, Mass., is
spending the holidays with her
mother, Mrs. Ernest Eldred Hart. Her
brother, Eldred S. Hart, who is a
student at Ames, is also home for
The history and literature depart
ment of the Council Bluffs Women's
club met Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J. J. Sullivan, the leader
for the day. The study of Panama
occupied the afternoon. A description
of the isthmus was given by Mrs.
Kate Cook. Miss Cecelia Mulqueen
discussed the sanitation and admini
stration of the canal zone. The cities
of Panama and Colon were described
by Mrs. E. J. Towslee. Mrs. Charles
Hood told of the black ivory of
Panama and Mrs. J. V. Mallery
described the Gotun dam and lake and
Culebra cut. The last study meeting
of the year will be held April 19 at
the home of Mrs. Charles Hood.
Dundee Folks to Run
Their Own Movie Shows
The motion picture theater in Dun
dee will be reopened Monday evening
as a community proposition, with
more than ISO residents of that dis
trict holding stock. It is proposed to
make the project a real community
affair, rather than a money making en
terprise, although it is expected that
the receipts will yield a fund for fu
ture improvements or for distribu
tion. The theater will be open, 7 to U
p. m., five evenings a week, Sundays
and Wednesdays excepted. An ad.
mission charge of 10 cents will be
made. Only approved pictures will
be presented. During, the opening
week a $25 trimmed hat will be given
"The Glory of Yolande" will be the
opeoiiur picture play.
Miss Evelyn Voee spent her Easter
vacation in Columbus, N-b.
Marsailes Williams has returned
from a visit with relatives at Har
Mrs. G. F. Copper and mother, Mrs.
Carolin Bronson, have returned from
Mrs. James Parsley is seriously ill
Floyd Hcdbcrg of Polk. Neb.,
stopped here for a short visit with
Howard Vore and family enroute to
Mrs. A. Swanbark is in the Swed
ish Mission hospital, where she un
derwent a minor operation this week.
Mrs. Charles Akofer expects to re
turn to her home in Ranchester, Wyo.,
this week. Her mother, Mrs. J. M.
Baker, is very much improved in
The condition of Dr. E. L. DcLanny
is slightly improved.
Miss Maude Rader, who went to
Brookings, S. D., with Rev. and Mrs.
Albert Porter, will leave there soon
for Timber Lake, S. D., to visit rela
tives. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Wilmer Baker last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Waterhouse
of Cedar Rapids, la., are spending
their Easter vacation with her brother,
The Missionary Tea society of the
United Presbyterjan church will meet
with Mrs. J. S. Graham, Sixteenth
and Missouri avenue, Thursday after
Mystic Workers of the World, field
a successful meeting Thursday eve
ning. Dr. J. W. Cunningham, su
preme medical examiner, gave an in
The Azalea Kensington club met
Wednesday with Mrs. Charles Eads.
Following dainty luncheon, the aft
ernoon was spent with sewing. Mrs.
O. P. 4 Taylor, who is convalescent
after a long illness, was guest of
honor. The members of this club
F. C. Bliss, Winn.
J. E. Bliss, Mcculloch,
A. Beavers, McCold,
R. Beavers. McKee.
A. Compton. Mlckelsen,
E. Kohansky, Oswald,
C. Lee, Poltan.
A. Randal. Philip,
P. Van Sant, Hopkins.
J. Green. Eada.
Mrs. Robert Benson has announced
the engagement fo her daughter, Miss
Rose Ham, to Jacob Briggs of Car
son, la. The wedding will take place
April 12 at the home of the bride.
The engagement of Miss Irene Ray
nor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. I.
Raynor, 2115 F street, and Arthur
Connor, well known young businesi
man, has been announced. The wed
ding will take place soon.
Miss Mable Henry, whose engage
ment has been announced, will be
he-nor guest at several parties this
Mrs. B. B. Hopper was called to
Lincoln last Monday by the death
of her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Burd Miller have sold
their home at 5147 Davenport street
to Mrs. Percy H. Stevens.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Dun
dee Presbyterian church met Friday
afternoon with Mrs. Roger P. Holl
man. Mrs. Bower of Glenwood, la., was
the guest last week of Mrs. J. J.
Mrs. Wait and small son,, of Lin
coln were the guests the last week of
Mr. and Mrs. Ira T. Wait.
Mrs. S. R. Reed of Monticello, 111.,
was the guest during the week of her
daughter, Mrs. R. C Peters, and Mr.
Miss Mary Johnston entertained a
few friends at her home last Saturday.
Miss Suzanne Walker, formerly of
Omaha, and more recently of New
York, having spent the last year in
California and Honol-lu, is at present
the guest of Mrs. Mary t. Van Gieson.
The annual business meeting ana
dinner of the Dundee Presbyterian
church was held Wednesday evening
at the church, with a very large at
tendance. - r
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u. k u- ..a .nn,ni,.ion stood out "he had given up all hope of ever regaining hoi of Japanese Ice Pencils from your drug-
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BED CROSS SOCIETY.
Mrs. J. C. Wrath organized the
first neighborhood Red Cross aux
iliary Tuesday at her home, 2334
South Thirty-third street. Her home
will be open each Friday for women
of the neighborhood to come in and
help roll bandages and make surgical
dressings. Friday evenings business
girls will carry on the work at the
To raise funds to purchase the sup
plies, a card party will be given at
Mrs. Wrath's Friday afternoon. The
game is "500" and the admission fee
25 cents. Mrs. Wrath, who was elect
ed chairman of the Red Cross circle,
will be assisted b'y the other officers
Mrs. Louise Sholes and "Mrs. A. E.
Griffin. The members are
p. B. catlln,
Q. C. May.
C. A. Woodland,
P. B. Coleman;
H. O. Durmett,
A. K. Samuelson,
J. C. Slaler,
W. L. Carey,
P. W. Conron,
Ir. Nora Falrdnld,
W. B. Etchlson.
E. G. McAdarae,
A P. Mldlam,
A. N. Nelson,
J K Northrup
A. D. Northrup,
O. C. Smith,
A surprise party was given on Wy
man Woodyard on Wednesday. The
occasion was his birthday anniver
sary and was arranged by Mrs. Wood
yard. Mrs. Eale Webster, Rev. Mr.
and Mrs. T. C. Webster and Mr. and
Mrs. C. N- Dawson were the guests.
Mrs. J. A. Dibble entertained Mon
day, when her guests were Mrs. A.
P. Taylor and family and Mrs. T. L.
Mrs. Jacob Hahn and daughter left
Friday for Sutton, Neb., where they
will visit Mrs. Hahn's parents, while
Mr. Hahn is getting their new home
at Broadwater ready for occupancy.
Reuben and Raymond Hahn left
Monday and Mr. Hahn on Tuesday
for 1 Broadwater. Neb., where they
have bought a large farm.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Hayden enter
tained Monday at a farewell for Mr.
Jacob Hahn and Reuben and Ray
Miss Edna Price, who Jias beaa
spending the last two weeks at Clar
inda, la., returned to Florence Mon
day, but left Tuesday for Berlin,
Neb., to visit for several weeks.
Miss Emma David has been spend
ing the week at Council Bluffs visiting
Mrs. Sarah Foster, who has been
spending some time in the western
part of the state visiting, returned the
first of the week.
The ladies of the Florence Meth
odist church will serve a banquet to
those in attendance at the conference
in Omaha on April 17.
The members of the Women's Bible
class surprised their teacher, Mrs. W.
A. Yoder, Tuesday evening, when
they came, unannounced, to spend the
evening with her. The class has
spent the entire winter studying the
book of Genesis under Mrs. Yoder's
leadership. It was to show their ap
preciation of her untiring zeal in
making the lessons so interesting that
the ladies met at hef home Tuesday.
A ipoon was presented Mrs. Yoder
as a memento of the occasion. 1
Miss Melva Harrington has re
turned from University Place, Neb.,
where she is attending college, to
spend the Easter vacation with her
folks. She is accompanied by Miss
Scott and many entertainments have
been given in their honor.
Miss Martha Sidner is visiting rela
tives at Fremont, Neb., this week.
Mrs. J. B. Butter was in Aurora
several days this week attending a
Mrs. Saunders of Sheridan, Wyo.,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wy
man Woodyard the latter part of the
week. She left Saturday for Chi
cago, where she will meet her son,
and together they will make an ex
tended visit with relatives and friends
in Pennsylvania. She will spend
some time here on her return trip
Mr, and Mrs. G. Maucinni left
Thursday for Los Angeles, Cal., to be
gone for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Matthews en
tertained at a theater party at the
Orpheum on Monday evening in
honor of their fourteenth wedding an
niversary. Their guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs.
Clary, Mr. and Mrs. Rhys, Miss Hazel
Maten, Mr. Phil Iuail and Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Matthews.
Miss Helen Wisler has gone to
Tekamah, Neb., to spend the week
end with school friends.
Mrs. Anna Jacobsen of Fbrt Crook
visited her mother, Mrs. 0. Carlson,
Mrs. Catharine Clark left Saturday
for Lyons, Neb., where she will keep
house for her son, David.
Mrs. Charles Baarman went to Ash
land "uesday to attend the celebra
tion of the birthday of her mother
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
John Behm returned home Mon
day from a visit of two months at
The homes of Mr. and Mrs. B.
Duke and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gil
lian, in West Side, were gladdened
last week by the arrival of baby boys.
Mrs. frank 1 nomas will entertain
the Ladies' Aid society at an all-day
meeting Thursday, April 12, at her
home on Fifty-first and Hickory.
Mrs. William Vickers entertained
at a luncheon Friday in honor of
Mrs. Tom Jones and sister and Mrs.
J. Bostock and daughter, Vera, of
Glenwood, la., and Mrs. frank lock-
Mrs. L. Kiiev came down trom
Wisner Monday' to spend a few days
with her son, C. L. Riley and wife.
Kev. and Mrs. J. n. Dunning left
for their new home near Minneapolis
Mrs. Park tdgar entertained the
West Side Women's Christian Tem
perance union Thursday.
Mrs. jack uranam entertained tne
following members and friends of the
West Side Kensington club on lues-
day: Mesdanfes T. McDonald, G.
Nicklen, a. 1. Jones, George Baldwin,
M. F. Brewster, William Potts, G.
Gerkins and J. Hercht.,
Misses ihyra and tdith Jensen en
tertained at an Easter party on Sat
urday night Her guests were Misses
ciuora uaniz, ,ucn morris, marina
and Ingis Smith and Millie Anderson;
Messrs, Kalph Oantz, iten tlliott,
Harry Garmon, Dewey Killey and
Mesdames N. F. Thompson. R. T
Sutton, S. Kern, B. Pollys, C Fisher
of the Towel club surprised Mrs. L. T.
Bullock on Saturday and had a pleas
Miss Helen McGrafl of Council
Bluffs is spending the week with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Judge I. L. Katev accompanied his
daughter, Mrs. Dan Kaley, to her
ranch home near Denver on Friday.
Mrs. Sophia Uleson celebrated her
seventy-fifth birthday anniversary at
her home on Monday with the follow
ing neighbors: Mesdames L. P., J. P.
and L. Jensen, W. F. and Max John
son, M Mathewson, L. Bartlett, H
Mmnick, fceorge smith, G. roye, Carl
Bock, L. Nicholsen, William Chris
tianson, S. J. Traber, J. Oleson, H.
Hansen, S. Oleson, A. Goodrich, W.
T. and M. Peterson, R. Oleson and
Misses Agnes Nelson, Minnie and
Mary Oleson, Serena Jensen and R.
Halverson. An elaborate dinner was
provided by the hostess and the after
noon spent with a musical program.
Bellevue Boys Get War
Fever; Three Join Navy
If patrotism and war enthusiasm
extends any further among senior
lath of Bellevue college academy,
that class will consist almost entirely
Wallace Mitchell. 18, joined the
navy recently and left his studies in
the class. Two more of the senior
boys joined the navy Saturday, Nor
ris Cushing. 18, of Bellevue, and
Owen Smith, 18, of Avery. Earl
Kintner, 18, and Harry Fowler, 15.
both of Bellevue, now desire to enlist
for sea fighting, althoiiRh the latter is
too young. There arc only three --r
four other boys in the Bellevue sen
ior academy class.
In this connection Lieutenant Wad
dell says that such young men, of
high school or higher education, have
excellent chsnces to attain navy com
missions, eventually, through the pro
vision for examination and appoint
ment to Annapolis.
Manager Meyer Hurries
To Center of Fashions
E. M. Meyer, manager of Berg's
Woman's Shop, has gone to New
York on another buying trip.
"The response from our old custo
mers in the last two weeks since we
opened our new place has bce,i so far
ahead of what we anticipated it de
pleted, our stock," said Mr. Meyers,
"and sent me scurrying to fashion
headquarters to replenish. In addi
tion, I want to take advantage of the
fact that Easter always brings out
new style developments and we want
these for our shop."
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Our Floral Service
Here you will find
the experience es
sential to the mak
ing of suitable dec
orations. We have
the customary as- A
sortment of spring
JOHN H. BATH
"The Careful Florist"
1804 Faraam St., Omaha
Phone Douglas 3000.
This Institution is the only one
in the central west with separute
buildings situated in their own
ample pounds, yet entirely dis
tinct, end rendering it possible to
classify cases. The one building
being fitted for and devoted to the
treatment of non-contagious and
non-mental diseases, no others be
ing admitted; the other Rest Cot
tage being designed for and de
voted to the exclusive treatment
of select menu) cases requiring
for a time watchful care and spe
Sweet Milk a Good
''Cure" for Wrinkles
This New rinkst-Cur" and Skin Beauti-
tir buy to ) wiin a nn-i uit
of UnsklmmeJSwMt Milk.
(By DORMS KANE)
aa i .l.e-k- l..t,l
Unnnffms a rourn, crant, ""'
ed Bkin for on of velvety moothneas and
rose-ton purity not vain wiih nor Im
possible deiire. It am
De aone. xor it n omu
donel Huiididi of
women know can do
done, for they possess
the wonderful beauty
secret which has made
possible their truly regal
Any woman foUowiruf
k. imnU in at sis rt. tana
i ylven here will become
the proud possessor 01 a
wrinkle-less e k i n and
i .1.. .nnn1,nn All
that le required is soma
unskimmed sweet milk a
ittl powdered bryol and
a willingness to devote
ten minutes each day In
brinffin out in niaaen
beauty beneath a weathrmarred complexion.
f irst, aiSBOlV iwo ouncra 01 innm yvw-
dered bryol in one-half pint of sweet, un-
skimmea mux. xnen sur it ywu ioijr uv
It to near the boiling! point. This will make
a full naif-pouna 01 tne iinest ana moat de
lightful rolling massage cream aver put on
tne sxin use it y wuuiu my iui"i
massage cream entyou will be truly em ax
ed at the wonderful results which will fol
low in a very short tim.
Using this home-prepared skin-beautifier
daily causes laugh-wrinkle) to gradually fade
away, fin line and crows f eft soon dissolve,
and the rough, coarse, sallow, blotchy skin
takes on an exquisite softness and rose-tone.
Be sure to use none but unskimmed sweet
milk, and get the powdered bryol from your
druggist in an original two-ounce package.
I Lef the Shield of Our I
I Quality Protect You ;
? Our prescription label on a bottle is
? the shield of quality and it affords
? just that protection that quality
f should. "
m All prescriptions brouKht to us get
i not only the most careful attention.
a but Into them we put Ingredients of
i full strength the strength your phy-
s , siclan intended when ha wrote the i
a prescription. .
i Bring your prescription here and
? then you'll know you're getting pure,
? full-strength drugs, compounded by
me" ' "re experts.
- loth and Howard Su. Doug. M8. -3
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hayes and
family of Omaha were visiting Mr.
Hayes' parents Sunday.'
John Parratt was down from Frei
mont last week. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. Stamp and Dr.
and Mrs. Pugsley of Omaha spent
Wednesday evening in Ralston.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Council
Excelsior Bath Institute
OMAHA EXCLUSIVE BATHS
Our up-to-date equipment and expert operators
enable us to give you any bath or treatment you
require. Our Men's and Women's Departments
are entirely separate, and do not conflict in
any way. t
533-539 ROSE BUILDING ' DOUGLAS 8871
mi ff m in
The Saturday night dinner-dance Is again
to become a regular feature of the Black
stone's entertainment program, commencing
Saturday, April 14, at 7:80 p. m.
On these occasions dinner Is served in the
Winter Roof Garden and Party Rooms, with v
dancing in the Ball Room. '
By restricting the size of the assemblage
on these occasions to seventy-five couples, i
absolute comfort is assured.
Reservations for tables or places should be
made early by Telephoning
1 THE BLACKSTONE 1
j Harney MS. J
BUY YOUR NEW
Special Values Monday in
-Ladies' Suits, $18. 75,
Pretty All-Wool Serge Ladies' Suits, in a
charming wealth, of ejiic styles Norfolk ef
feets, embroidered trimming and- pleated
jackets; wonderful values, 75
Wonderful Spring Coats at the Un
usual Low Price of $12.50
Ladies' and Misses' 8pring Coats, in poplin and
serge, with large sailor collars and patch pockets
colors of apple green, mustard and gold, at
the unusually low price
Others at $7.50
p 1 - "Dreae W.H Never Mia. tne Msarr
t00 per WEEK
A Special Ladies' Shoe Value Monday
A special shoe value for the ladies Monday at this big store.
A very pretty aa well as serviceable opring shoe, J p
in all tne newest siyies;ana colors. U.iJU
Monday only, this shoe, per pair.
"THE PEOPLE'S STORE",
Bluffs visited at the home of Mrn
Mr. an Mrs. Peterson are nicely
settled in their new home on Q street.
Repairs or VUUU
Cleans any WaiCn
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
S. H. CLAY
IMKntlleBMg. Third Fleee
Ulh anal Harney
LENT IS PAST IK
ana goia, at.
and Up to $24.50
Aojr Furchase You Make
SUIT IS HERE
You men who want to look your best should
come here tomorrow and see our large assort
ment of classy spring clothes for men and young
men. Finchbacks, belted backs, plain and eon
servative models. A range of patterns to suit
nil. Prices range from 1
$12.50 to $29.50
Boys' Spring Suits
$4.75 to $8.50
Men's Shoes Boys' Shoes
Men's Hats and Caps
Boys' Hats and Caps
Opposite Hotel Rom Itfle
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