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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 10, 1917.
Mr. John O'Neill, of Panama, Iowa,
formerly of th's city, and Miss Agnes
Hannon were quietly married at the
Holy Kamily church Monday morn
ing at 7 o'clock. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Father Quinti.
Miss Lucy Spooncr, who is to be
married Tnursday to M,r. Harvey
Childs Bennett, is the guest of honor1
at a number of very delightful par
ties. Wednesday afternoon Miss
Margaret Kceline entertained a num
ber of her most intimate friends. Mrs.
V. E. Ash, Mrs. Clay Thomas.
Omaha; Miss Gertrude Tinley and
Mrs. J. J. Spindler also entertained in
honor of the bride this week. Mon
day Miss Dorothy Felt will entertain
for Miss Spooner in the afternoon
and Mrs. George Camp will give a,
dinner in the evening. 1 uesday
evening Mrs F. F. Everest will en
tertain at dinner and Wednesday Mr.
and Mrs. Spooner will entertain, the
' bridal party.
Saturday evening, June 2, the Hust
ler class of the Y. W. C. A. entertain
ed in honor of Miss Lucille Brackett.
Miss Johm'on chaperoned the slum
ber party and provided breakfast
Mr. George Cox entertained Tues
day evening in honor of his son
Dudley, and John Van Leuven, who
have enlisted in the medical corps.
NBoth young men left Thursday for
Fort Logan. Colo.
Mrs. William Coppock entertained
the central chapter of St. Paul's
guild Tuesday afternoon. The meet
ing was well attended and the entire
afternoon was spent in Red Cross
x work. Mrs. Bower will entertain the
chapter the second Tuesday in July.
Tuesday evening the Young Wom
en's Christian association gave a
. birthday dinner in honor of five of
the employes whose birthday fall
within two weeks. The guests of
honor were Miss Maude Dilts, Miss
Lida Conner, Miss Byrd Sigfrid, Mrs.
Russell and Mrs. Schoening.
On account of the storm Tuesday,
the wedding of Miss Maude Stupfeli,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Stupfeli, and Mr. John Lutz, which
wag to have taken place at the home
of the bride's parents, was postpon
ed until Wednesday. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. F. W. Evans
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
S. Campbell, 523 Sixth avenue. The
decorations and refreshments were
brought to the Campbell home from
Hillcrest and every effort was made
to have the wedding exactly as orig
inally planned. The house w;as beau
tifully decorated with palms and pink
and white roses. The wedding march
was played- by Miss Katherine More
house and Martha Hughes and Elean
or Peregoy preceded the bridal party
down the stairs and stretched the
ribbons. They were dressed alike in
white, with pink ribbons. The bride
was beautifully gowned in white
georgette crepe with panels of chan-
tilly lace. Her white tulle veil was
caught up with a wreath of orange
and she carried a bouquet of bride's
roses. The bride and groom were
unattended Mr. and Mrs. Lutz left
on an evening train for Minneapolis
for a short wedding trip. After July
1 they will be at home to their friends
at 331 Frank street.
The meeting of the Klatter klub
planned for Friday was postponed oti'
account of the weather. .
The meeting of the Book and Thim
ble club, which was to have been held
Thursday has been postponed qne.
Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Tennant entertained at dinner
in honor of their nephew, Mr.
Charles McClelland, who has enlisted
in the railroad regiment for service
in France. The table was decorated
in military effect.
Wednesday evening Gladys Dodge
entertained at dinner at the boat club
in honor of the members of the cast
of the senior play given at the Nich
olas t week ago. The evening was
spent informally at the club.
Mrs. J. R. Archer entertained the
If. G. L. c'ub on Tuesday afternoon.
The prize for high score was won by
-Mrs. J. 1 . Urirhn and the cut tor all
was awardod to Mrs. A. J. uregg.
After the eame a two course luncheon
was served. June 19 the club will
meet at theh home of Mrs. C. A.
Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Emil Christoflerson entertained in
honor of Miss Olena Johnson, sister
or Mrs. Christofferson, who is visiting
Wednesday evening eight members
of the clacs of 1911 gave a' surprise
party for Miss Lucille Brackett. They
took their refreshments and spent
a delightful evening. The bride-to-be
was presented with a picture by Wal
lace Nutting The guests were
Misses Marguerite Kerr, Grace Hen
derson, Olive Osborn, Ingletta Smith,
Mary Pettrson, Mary Frank, Irene
Van Fossen and Ethel Anderson.
Mrs. Walter P. Hombach, O'Neill,
Neb., is visiting friends and relatives
in this city. She expects to be joined
by her husband, Dr. Hombach today.
Miss Norma Stratton and Mr.
Charles L. Vanderpool were quietly
married in Omaha Wednesday. Mr.
Vanderpool is a salesman for fhe
Lawton Automobile company and his
bride is a bookkeeper at the Eagle
Reports on Slackers
Turned Over to Uncle Sam
Complaints on registration slackers
pouring into ihe office of Election
Commissioner Moorhead are being
turned over to federal authorities for
Since registration day the election
commissioner has received hundreds
of telephone calls and letters com
plaining of such and such a person in
such and such a neighborhood who
failed to register for selective army
"We are co-operating to run to
earth every slacker," said Mr. Moor
head. "and we are glad to have the
public help in the work."
Ten Commandments of Clubdom
Dedicated to the Club W omen of Nebraska by Mrs. William
'N. Orris of Stanton, Chairman State Industrial Department
Thou shalt not accept place, either as chair
man or member, on any of the federation commit
tees, unless thou wilt perform the duties and obli
gations devolving upon that committee; for by so
doing thu art a sore grievance to the state presi
dent and a stumbling block in the way of progress
for the federation,
Thou shalt not allow thy cognomen to appear
in print, upon the program of any convention, unless
thou fully intendest to be there and deliver the
goods. Neither shalt thou occupy more time than
hast been allotted thee; for to steal a woman's time
on the program should be considered as much a
crime as to steal her purse.
Thou shalt not take unto thyself undue credit,
nor conceit,, when great is the applause after the
finishing of thy performance. Perchance the as
sembled populace is only giving vent to a feeling of
intense relief and joy.
Thou shalt not inflate thyself mentally when
many eyes are turned upon thee, after delivering
thy speech; for thy hat may set crooked upon thy
head, or mayhap the assemblage is but wondering
how thou couldst have the nerve to talk so long
and say so little.
Thou shalt not sit in the seat of the scornful, clad
in thy silks and fine linens, and on account of thy
years of service and superior knowledge, attempt
to patronize, criticise or dictate to the woman newer
in the work, for in so doing thou shalt lose status
in the federation and be dubbed a snob.
Thou shalt not stand in the high' places and
with Pharisaical ostentation and vainglory, boast of
thine own talents and accomplishments and super
iority over thy sex; for mayhap the other woman,
when she hath practiced upon the suffering public
as long as thou hast, may far excel thee.
Thou shalt not stand upon the housetops, with
.thy face toward the cast, and talk loudly and fluently
of reform measures which should be brought about
in clubdom, and then not open thy pursestrings when
the plate is passed to get the needed coin of the
realm to bring about these same reforms.
Thou shalt remember that the tongue of a woman
is her sword, which she, seldom allows to rust. So
shalt thou guard thy speech and raise not thy voice
against the reputation of any of thy sex; remem
bering that a scandal monger and a gossip in a
community is more to be feared than a thief or a.
Thou shalt raise thy voice loudly and long in the
market place and talk for the Endowment Fund of
the State Federation, and help in all ways possible,
that this work may be enlarged and advanced. And
so shall the generation of clubwomen rise up and
call thee blessed, and thy days be long upon the
Thou shalt put aside all self-conceit, bickerings,
animosities, petty jealousies, prejudices, enmities,
envyings, littleness, narrowness, wire-pulling, office
seeking, intrigueing, and be big enough and grand
enough in mind and soul to go forth doing team
work for the upbuilding of the State Federation,
taking the Golden rule for thy motto. And may thy
Mr. and .Mrs. John McKale will
spend their vacation in Montana.
Dr. C. M. Day spent the week at
Mrs. John Marcel has gone to Cal
ifornia, following- a nervous break
down. Mrs. Harry Schainlan of "Chicago
is the guest of her mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McGovern
are rejoicing over the birth of a
Miss Edna White is recuperating
after a throat operation.
Mrs. L. E. Knight is improving at
the Clarkson, hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. b,. G. Hodges were
given a terwell party Dy tne friend
ship and A. M. B. clubs of the Meth
odist church on f riday evening at tne
home of Clarence Hickson, 3121
South Twenty-third street. The
evening was spent in music. Light
refreshments were served. Those
Jolly Dozen at a luncheon on Tucs
day, followed by high five.
The wedding of Miss Avonel Stick
ley and Wilbur Otis took place Wed
nesday evening at 9 o'clock, followed
by a reception at the home of her
parents. Rev. Mr. Shallcross per
formed the ceremony.
The marriage of Miss Ann Bock
and John Volz, well known South
Side business man, took place Wed
nesday. The wedding of Miss Alice Fox and
George Bluebaugh took place Wed
nesday. They w'll make their home
in this city.
The wedding of Miss Jean Lee,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee,
and Robert Bishop will take place
Tuesday. Rev. C. C. Wilson will per
form the ceremony in the presence of
a few close friends.
Hodges and Mr. and
Messrs. . .
Alva McClanahan, .
Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Mrs. T. J. Hickson.
The children's day program of the
First Congregational church, South
Side, will be held this evening. After
the program there will be baptism of
children and reception of new mem
bers. The children's day exercises of
Wheeler Memorial will be held at
10:55 a. m. All members of the Doras
society are asked to contribute one
baby garment These will be given
to needy war babies.
The First Congregational church
will hold a pie social on Friday even
Mrs. A. Trumain entertained the
ladies of the First Christian church
Mrs. Margaret Steele entertained
the central committee of the Degree
of Honor Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Ralph Bragonier entertained
the Thursday Whist club this week.
Mrs. Harry Schainlan, former mem
ber, was guest of honor.
Mrs. Branch Curtis entertained the
Thursday Kensington club at a 1
o'clock luncheon this week. Decora
tions were in flags and the afternoon
spent with iewing. Mrs. Frank
Howe will be next hostess.
Mrs. Robert Parks entertained at
a luncheon on Tuesday in honor of
Miss Margaret Parks, a June bride.
The afternoon was spent playing
whist. Miss Cassy Riley entertained
at 1 o'clock luncheon Saturday in
honor of Miss Parks. '
Mrs. W. B. Routte entertained the
Miss Beatrice Alderman, of Fre
mont, Neb., arrived Saturday to be
the guest of Mrs. A. S. Ruth.
Mrs. D. C. Woodring has gone to
St. Joseph, Mo., where she will visit
her son. '
Mrs. C. H. Stevens and daughter,
Mrs. E. J. Whistler and Mr. Whis
tler have gone to Iowa City, la.,
where they will spend a month visit
ing relatives and friends.
Mrs. J. S. Marshall was hostess
last Thursday for the Good Times
club at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Smith of Platts
mouth made a short visit at the C.
Stiger home during the last week.
Mayor Dahlman and Mayor Bailey
were guests at the Women's Christian
Temperance union parcels post social
The annual luncheon of the Wom
an's club will be given at the Cricket
room of Omaha on next Thursday.
James Horton arrived in Benson
last Thursday from Denver, where
he spent a month after leaving Cali
fornia, where he spent the winter.
The tenth anniversary services of
the English Lutheran church will be
held this evening. St. Mark's choir
will render special music, and ad
dresses will be given by Rev. H. L.
Yargcr and Rev. C. B. Harman.
The wedding of Miss Betty Hansen
to Mr. Charles Brenner of Madison,
Wis., occurred last Wednesday even
ing. The young people will reside
in Madison, Wis.
The Carnation Card club was en
tertained on Tuesday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Seidle.
Luncheon was served to sixteen
Miss A. E. Stiger entertained at
dinner last Wednesday for Miss
Horton. Covers were laid for four
The marriage of Rev. A. J. Mc
Clung, who has been pastor of the
Presbyterirm church for five years,
and Miss' Florence Woodburn of I
Lincoln will take place next Tuesday
at the home of the bride's parents.
Mrs. Getrge Iradalc will have next
week to spend a month with relatives
Mrs. A. van ."rsoale leaves nex
week to make an extended stay at
tne Home ol ner brother in Lalitor
Mrs. I. J. Buckley was hostess for
the Aufwiedcrschn club at her home
Mrs. Charles Johnson entertained
at a handkerchief shower at her home
in honor of Miss Billian Buller, who.
was a bride of the week.
Mrs. Mary Welch and daughter
arc visitine at the home ot her son
J. W. Welch, prior to making their
home in Benson, having moved here
trom the east.
The wed ling of Miss Lillian Buller
and Mr. J. L. bchmbaur took pla
last Wednesday evening at the
home of the bride's parents. Thev
will be at home in Benson after
Miss Mildred Hoophan has goin
to her home in Coin, la., after a visit
at the G. R. Wheeler home.
Mrs. A. 1'. Scnccr visited the last
week at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. W. H. Loechncr.
Misses Helen and Mercedes Peters
have gone to Burlington, la., to
spend a week visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. J. McCluntr and
daughter, Mrs. C. C. Sawtcllc, will go
to Lincoln Monday to attend the Mc-Clung-Woodburn
wedding on Tucs.
Mrs. G. W. Palmer will entertain
the Augustana Luther league on
1 uesday evening and Mrs. H. Mar
tinson will entertain the Ladies' Aid
society on 1 hursday of next week,
Wilber Flour Mills
Burned by Incendiary
Wilber, Neb., June 9. (Special
Telegram.) The Wilber flour mills
burned last night about midnight
i lie loss is about s.W.UUU, with insur
ance of $30,000. The mill was not
runing nights and the cause appears
to be of incendiary origin. About
thirteen years ago the first mill was
burned on the same location.
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The Ladies' Aid society of the Dun
dee Presbyterian church will meet
Friday afternoon with Mrs. T. 1'.
Clark, 5 T JO Capitol avenue.
The Missionary society of the Dun-
doe Presbyterian church gave a box
luncheon Wednesday at the church,
followed by reports of various com
mittees. The Women's Bible class of thr
Dundee Sunday school held a social
and business mceliiig Friday after
noon at the home of Mrs. M. V. Rob
ius. Prof. Graham's pupils will Rive
a concert Monday evening;, June 11,
at the Dundee Presbyterian church,
under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid
Mrs. W. B. T. Belt has returned
from Kenosha, Wis., accompanied by
her daughter, Dorothy, who attended
school at Kemper Hail.
Kay liaker has returned from the
niilitary academy he has been attend
ing in Missouri.
The Dundee Catholic circle met
Monday with Mrs. W. B. Hills.
Mr. Ward Palmer was the guest the
past week of hi! mother, Mrs. A. H.
Mr. and Mrs., H. R. Follmer have
bought and moved into the house for
merly owned by Mr. L. D. Upham, at
4828 California street.
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Cope. Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Fields. Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Rothschild and
Dr. and Mrs. K. M. Conlin have moved
into the recently completed Ardmore
Terrace flats at Forty-ninth and Cali
Dr. George Bryson has moved into
the house formerly occupied by Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Hutchison at 49116 Cali
The Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor picnic of the Dun
dee Presbyterian church was held Sat
urday afternoon at Elmwood park.
The high school cadets held field
day exercises Thursday at Elmwood
park, their families joining them for
The Dundee school will hold its an
nual commencement exercises Tues
day evening in the school auditorium.
The Dundee Woman's Bowling club
met Wednesday at Happy Hollow for
the first game of the season, followed
Miss Beatrice Walton has returned
from her year's work at Peru Normal
Miss Ruth Carpenter will entertain
the pupils of the Saunders school
eighth grade 1 uesday evening at
Mr. Glenn Wallace, oil geologist
with the Knipirc Oil company of Ok
lahoma, is in the city visiting rela
tives and friends.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
Is Sentenced to Jail
George Markstrong, a striking
boilermaker, was arrested at Eigh
teenth and Mason streets Saturday
morning charged with disturbing the
peace. Mnrkstrong was stationed as
a picket at the C. G. Johnson Boiler
company nnd with a club over his
hm,!Hr was thrj.atenino' in allio" anv
man who went to work. He was sen
tenced to fifteen davs in jail.
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The Opening of the
Blackstone Roof Garden
means that Omaha people have been provided with the most
delightful pleasure resort between San Francisco and Chicago.
, Tomorrow's program includes an A-La-Carte dinner in the
North Roof Garden, and dancing in the Ball Room which ad
joins this Garden."
The A-La-Carte dinner service will be maintained from 6 P. M.
Music will be furnished by Stein's concert and dance orchestra,
a New York organization which has been especially engaged
for this occasion.
The Blackstone Roof Terraces, which will be open to the
public every evening during the summer season, are arranged
for comfort, regardless of weather conditions, since they can
be enclosed in glass walls in case of storm in a few moments.
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