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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 9. 1917.
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ter. Miss Virginia Barker, are both
going out to La Jolla, Colo., to the
Bishop's school, where the former
was last winter.
Mr. Cleary Hanighen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Hanighen, has passed
the entrance examinations for Har
vard from Central High school and
leaves Monday for the east He will
be at Standish hall in Cambridge. Mr.
Hanighen will also take the military
drill course in connection with his
other work at Harvard.
Mrs. Charles D. Beaton and chil
dren returned Sunday from a' six
weeks' visit at Delafield, Wis., and
Howard Baldrige, who has been
attending the American bar meeting
at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., is ex
pected home today.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Kirkendall, who
have had a house at Hollywood, Cal.,
since last January, will return to
Omaha next Sunday. '
Miss Mariorie Howland leaves Sep
tember 17 for Fort Wayne, Ind., to be
bridesmaid at the wedding of Miss
Mildred Bowser September 28 to Ed
ward O'Rourke of that city. From
Fort Wayne Miss Howland goes to
New York and Hartford, Conn., to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Stdney Smith
She expects to be gone six weeks.
Miss Frances Wessells is at Mar-
blehead, Mass., with her brother, and
his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
How of St. Louis.
Miss Gertrude Kountze has gone
to Carson's ranch at Irwin, Neb., for
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Rood and their
niece, Miss Charlotte Smith, motored
down from their South Dakota ranch
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rood will re
turn to the ranch, however, to remain
Mrs. E. Ernest Stenger and Miss
Helen'Stenger return today from the
east, where they have been to choose
a school for Miss Helen, who grad
uated at tsrowneil nail in June.
Miss Mabel Harper is at Weque
tonsing with Mrs. Mary I. Creigh.
Mrs. Joseph Morsman, who was
here for six weeks, has returned to
Mrs. Gustav Hahn and daughter
Louise - have returned from their
summer outing at Elkhart Lake and
other Wisconsin points.
Miss Belle Robinson is home from
her vacation spend in and around
Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Roeder re
turned -Wednesday from an extended
visit at Richards . Landing, Canada.'
Mr. and Mrs. Roeder were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. George Thummel.
Miss Helen Shepherd will spend the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Seacrest in Lincoln. Mrs. Seacrest
will be remembered as Miss Alice
HOME FROM STUDY
MUSIC IN EAST.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Miss Luella Allen returned Friday
from a vacation spent in the east.
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Lawrence
and son, Joseph, jr., have returned
from the Chiropractic convention held
at Davenport, la. They made the trip
in their automobile. ...
Mrs. Philip Nestor of Denver, who
was called to. Omaha on account of
the serious illness of her mother, Mrs.
Anna B.' Garrett, has returned to her
home. ' '
Miss. Bella Robinson , and her
mother have returned from a three
weeks' stay at Excelsior Springs and
Mrs. W. R. Mathis has returned
from a visit with her daughter, Dr.
Estill, in'' Bridgeport, Neb., and also
from Scottsbluff, Neb., where she was
the guest' of Dr. Leroy Jones.
Miss Myrtle Brady returned Satur
day from Chicago and New York,
where she spent four weeks.
Dr. C. C. Tomlinson has returned
from New York, where he spent the
summer in post-graduate work.
Affairs of the Past Week.
The Pagalco club was entertained
at a farewell party for the members
about to leave for the army at the
summer cottage of Mr. Frank J.
Arndt. Present were
Miss Mary Lewis, daughter of Mrs.
F. P. Lewis, and Miss Mary Mun
choff returned Friday morning from
New York. Miss Lewis has studied
vocal with Miss Munchoff for the last
five years and spent the summer
studying vocal under the direction
of Oscar Seagle at Schroon Lake,
New York. Miss Lewis has a beauti
ful coloratura soprano voice.
Frank J. Arndt,
H. B. Ruffner,
E. V. Kelly,
O. & Penner.
R. E. Wattles,
Maude Malloy Rowe, Charlotte Arndt,
Wilraa Melotz, Elsie Holm,
Betty Dixon, Marie Widdoet,
Lola Marsh, Orets.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrill.
Mrs. Roy Gerke.
Warmer Weather Promised
For West Next Week
Washington, Sept 8. Plains states
and upper and middle Mississippi val
ley: The weather will be generally
fair, with'' moderate temperature, the
first half of the week and somewhat
farmer the second half.
Miss Lettie Frances Coffman, this
city, and Mr. Francis Smith, Fort
uoage, were quietly married Septem
ber 1 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Tboker, on North Twentv-third
street. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. C. I. Ringer.
Monday morning Mrs. Despacher
deteatea Mrs. Loppock in an eight
een-hole match with three up and two
to piay. iius was the hnal round
of the women's golf match for the
club championship. Mrs. Despacher
nas now been the winner of the
Mauer cup for two years. The mem
ber who succeeds in holding the cup
for three years becomes the owner
oi it. Mrs. Loppock won the prize
offered by Dr. Despacher for the
Wednesday afternoon Miss Kath-
enne tieno etertained at 1 o clock
luncheon to announce the engage
ment of Miss Vivian Gray and, Mr.
Howard Lougheed of London, On
tario, Canada. I he date of the wed
ding has not been set. Covers were
laid for twelve, the guests being Miss
Urays most intimate friends. I he
color scheme was yellow and white.
Garden flowers were used very at
tractively on the table and the place
cards were dainty daisies.
lhe South first street chapter of
St. Paul s Guild held a business meet
ing, followed by a picnic supper Tues
day afternoon and evening. A ken
sington in the near future was ar
ranged for to sew for the bazar which
will be held before Christmas. Red
Cross work will also receive a great
deal of attention during the next few
months. The husbands of the mem
bers were their guests.
I he marriage of Miss. Tuanita
Uerry, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. ).
rt. Derry. and Mr. Acie Gnsham
took place Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the home of the bride's
parents. The bride was very
daintily gowned in white crepe de
chine combined with white georgette
and carried brides roses, lhe cere
mony was performed by Rev. C 0.
Stuckenbruck and was witnessed by
the immediate relatives and a few in
timate friends. Out-of-town guests
were 'Mrs. E. C. Glaze, Davenport,
and Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen,
Omaha. The bride ana groom will
make their home in this city.
Miss Cora Cowan and Mr. Joseph
C. Crowl were married Wednesday
morning at the parsonage of the First
Christian church by Rev. C. 0.
Sttfckenbruck. They were attended
by Miss Erna Wilson and Mr. A. T.
Whitman. Mr. and Mrs. Crowl left
immediately after the ceremony for
a short wedding trip and upon their
return will make their home in this
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thickstun and
sons, Alden and Gifford, left Thurs
day for Belton, Tex., where Mr.
Thickstun has charge of the musical
department of Baylor college. They
have been he guests of Mr. Thick
stun's sister, Mrs. H. A. Ballenger.
The local chapter of the Daughters
of the American Revolution held an
all day meeting at the home of Mrs.
Robert Wallace Wednesday after
noon. The .day was spent in mak
ing pillow slips for the Red Cross.
The first regular meeting of the sea
son will be held September 13 at the
home of Mrs. Stillman.
The El Deen club was entertained
by Mrs. A. Jorgensen Wednesday aft
ernoon. Most of the afternoon was
spent in kensingtm work. In a guess
ing contest the first prize was won
by Mrs. Smith and the consolation by
Mrs. Lammert. Mrs. Smith and Miss
Doctor Tells How To Strengthen
Eyesight 50 per cent hi One
Week's Time In Many Instances
Elsie James were guests of the club.
Mrs. Smith assisted Mrs. Jorgensen
in serving a dainty two course lunch
eon. Mrs. N. M. Sizer will entertain
the club September 19 at her home
on Hyde avenue.
Mrs. Will Arnold entertained the
South Side kensington club Wednes
day afternoon. Mrs. Clarence Nickell
and Mrs. Elmer Robertson won prizes
at games. Late in the afternoon a
dainty two course luncheon was
served. The club will hold its next
meeting at the home of Mrs. Nels
Johnson September 19.
Mrs. B. Mclnnerney entertained the
Charity department of the Catholic
Women s league Wednesday after
noon to sew for the poor. The next
regular meeting will be at the home
of Mrs. Eva Murray September 19.
Tuesday evening Miss Eva Rucker
and Lieutenant Richard E. Cook of
this city were married at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eddy of Howard
Lake, Minn. Miss Eva Eddy, cousin
of the bride was bridesmaid and Lieu
tenant Harry Crowl of the Fortieth
infantry was best man. The marriage
was hastened because of the departure
of the groom for service in ranee,
Mrs. Cook will remain in Minneapolis
for the present
Mrs. Tom Treynor entertained at
luncheon Thursday at the home of
Mrs. V. L. Treynor. The decorations
were in the national colors. The cen
terpiece was of red, white and blue
garden flowers and the tavors were
Miss Frances Helen Paulson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C Paulson,
and Mr. Arthur Edward Elgan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elgan. were mar
ried Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock
at the home of the brides parents.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
P. N. Bennett. Miss Elsie Elgan, sis
ter of the groom, attended the bride
and Mr. Albert Jensen, cousin of the
groom, acted as best man. Little
Rosellen Paulson, niece of the bride,
carried the ring in a pink rose bud.
Little Thelma Paulson, sister of the
bride, and Eugene Elgan, brother of
the groom, carried baskets of pink and
white asters tied with pink and white
tulle. The bride wore white net with
bead trimmings and carried brides
roses and swansonia. Miss Elgan wore
pink crepe de chine with lace trim
mings and carried pink roses. The
Lohengren wedding march was played
by Miss Margaret Mitchell, and dur
ing the ceremony she played "I Love
You Truly." The different rooms
were decorated in pink and white.
Roses and asters were charmingly
combined wtih palms and asparagus
ferns. The stairway was draped with
a large American flag. Those who
assisted in serving the two-course
luncheon were: Mrs. Wilkins, Mrs.
H. A. Paulson, Mrs. B. Steinbaugh
and the Misses Viola and Hazel Wil
son. Miss Marjorie Michael presided
at the punch bowl. After September
IS Mr. and Mrs. Elgan will be at home
at 620 Sixth avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Campbell have
returned from a trip to Chicago and
Indianapolis. They visited their son,
John, at the Great Lakes training
Captain William 7agle of Louis
ville, Ky., visited with his brother,
Lee Jagle, and family this week en
route to training camp at Fort Leav
enworth. Cyril Sheehey has been called home
for a brief visit from the Great Lakes
training school on account of the ill
ness of his mother, Mrs. Patrick Sheehey.
Mrs. John Lane and small daughter
have gone to Neola, la., for a short
The condition of John McKale re
mains about the same.
Miss Ella Kennedy has returned
from Salt Lake City, where she spent
The Misses Elsie and Mable House
man spent their vacation at Excel
Mrs. H. Hemen and daughter, The
resa, have returned from a visit at
Miss Leila Tyner and Miss Viola
Williams have returned from a week
spent in Denver.
Mrs. Margaret Voltz has gone to
Wisconsin for a brief visit
Mrs. L. E. Knight and sons. Clif
ford and. Robert have gone to Cali
fornia for a visit with relatives,
family have gone to Idaho to make
their future home.
Miss Edna Moberg was given a de
lightful surprise party on Tuesday in
honor of her eighth birthday. The
afternoon was spent with games, fol
lowed by a dainty lunch. Those pres
On Thursday evening Mrs. Ernest
Smith entertained in honor of Magnus
Smith and Frank O'Connor, who have
been called into service.
The .Dorcas club will meet with
Mrs. E. R. Knight on Friday after
noon. On Tuesday evening Miss Delia
Green entertained at a very delightful
party in honor of David Pittaway,
who has been drafted and will soon
leave for his home in Chicago. The
evening was spent with music and
dancing, followed by a dainty lunch
eon. Those present were:
Katherlne Lanntnr, Ethel Anderson,
Margaret Lannlng, Bernlce Lane.
Elisabeth Moeschler, Margaret Eastman,
Helen Moeschler, Alice Berry,
Anna Ryan, Ella McKenna,
Veronica McQoldrlck, Delia Green.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Marsh and fam
ily have returned from their sum
Miss Edna Linderholm leaves soon
for Rockford, 111., to continue her
Joseph Polcar has returned from a
fishing trip to the northern lakes.
Mrs. Leonard Abercrombie, her two
sons, and her niece,' Miss Daisy
Rich, returned last week from a visit
of several weeks iu Kentucky.
Mr. and Mrs. Royal D. Miller spent
part of last week with Mr. Miller's
mother, at Grand Junction, la.
Miss Pauline Johnson entertained
twelve young girls at her home Mon
day afternoon in honor of her
Miss Calista Kerr has returned
from a week's sojourn at the Young
Woman's Christian association camp.
Richard Perry leaves September 14
for St. Louis, where he will attend
the Principio school the coming year.
Mrs. Samuel Miller and Miss Mar
ion Miller of Lyons, Neb., and Mrs.
Norman Dow, Sioux City, are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dow.
The Ladies Aid society ot the Dun
dee Presbyterian church met Friday
afternoon with Mrs. N. J. Baker.
Miss Beatrice Walton entertained
a few girls at her home Friday after
Prof, and Mrs. William Black and
Mr. S. Lee of Boulder, Colo., were
the guests part of the week of Rev.
and Mrs. H. B. Foster.
Dr. Blaine Truesdale is spending
two or three days in Kansas City.
Mr. William Belcher is visiting tor
a few days with his wife and daughter
at the home of Mrs. Belchers par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Peters.
Miss Gretta Leslie, who spent the
summer with her relatives in Mun
sing, Mich., is again making her home
for the winter with Judge and Mrs.
Mrs. Arthur King and daughter,
Miss Violet, returned Saturday eve
ning from a two weeks' visit with rel
atives at Lincoln.
Albert Dowling left Wednesday
evening for New York, where he has
enlisted as telegrapher in the signal
Mrs. Martin Johnsoiv assisted by
her daughter, Mrs. F. C. Jensen, en
tertained the West Side Women's
Christian Temperance union at her
home Thursday afternoon. Twelve
delegates to the county convention
to be held in Omaha, September 18,
were elected. Mrs. L. L. Mcllvaine
had charge of the program on the
subject of "Suffrage." The principal
speaker was Mrs. Dr. H. C. Sumney,
who gave a splendid talk on "Suf
frage and Registration of Women."
Mesdames E. G. Grover and S. Mor
ris sang a duet, "Suffrage for Ne
braska." Refreshments were served.
E. G. Grover and wife and Mr. F.
C. Butts and wife have returned from
an auto trip to Gretna and South
Miss Elizabeth Long, who has vis
ited during the summer with her
mother, Mrs. Robert Long, at West
Point, returned Friday to take up
her work as manual training techer
at Saunders school.
R. V. McCulley returned Tuesday
from a visit with relatives at Kan
sas City, and with hi father, R. F.
McCulley at Bloodland. Mo.
Mrs. Glen Gerkin entertained at
dinnc. Monday for Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Potts and daughters, Maxine and
Faustine and Mrs. I. Starbuck.
Mrs. Fred Lynch and daughter,
Beatrice, arrived Monday frpm Chi
cago for a visit with relatives.
Mrs. Fred Jensen gave a lunch
eon Thursday for Mrs. H. G. Clag
cett and Mrs. E, A. Stevens and
Pupil of Oskar Back, Brussels , .
BIS McCsgue Bids;., 15th and Dodge'
For hour and information in regard
to lessons call at studio or phone
Harney 6718. ..
Dn.Bind F Bailb
This institution is the only one
in the central west with separate
buildings situated in their own
ample grounds, yet entirely dis
tinct, and 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'
being admitted ; the other Rest
Cottage being designed for and
devoted to the exclusive treat
ment of select mental cases re
quiring for a time watchful care
and special nursing.
Lesson in Scientific
Everyone has s beautiful skin underneath
the one exposed to view. Bear that in mind
and it will be easier to understand the cor
rect principle in acquiring a lovely complex
ion. Nature is constantly shedding the top
skin in flaky particles like dandruff, only
much smallep'in sixe. In abnormal conditions,
or in advancing age, these particles are not
shed as rapidly as in robust youth. ' The
longer they remain the more soiled or faded
they become that's the immediate cause
of a "bad complexion."
It has been discovered that ordinary mer
eolised wax, to be had at any drug store, will
absorb these worn-out particles. The ab
sorption, while hastening Nature's work, goes
on gradually enough to cause no inconven
ience. In a week or two the transformation
is complete. The fresh, healthy-hued, youth
ful underskin is then wholly in evidence. You
who are not satisfied with your complexions
should get an ounce of mercoiized wax and
"W tkl. tM,ml TT. 4k ... Mfkl til.
Mr. and Mrs. William Compton and cold cream, washing it off mornings. Adv.
The Home of the Chickering Piano
A Free Prescription You Can Hava Filled
and Use' at Horn. i
Philadelphia, Pa. Do you wear glasses?
Are you a victim of eye strain or other
eye weaknesses T If so, you will be glad to
know that according to Dr. Lewis there is
real hope for you. Many whose eyes were
WiVing say they have ad their eyes re
8 -ed through the principle of this wonder-fur-
free prescription. One man says after
see to read at all. Now I can read every
thing without any glasses and my eyes do
not water any more. At night they would
pain dreadfully; now they feel fine all the
time. It was like a miracle to me.'; A lady
who used it says: "The asmosphere seemed
hazy with or without glasses, but after using
this prescription for fifteen days everything
seems clear. I can even read fine print with
out glasses." It is believed that thousands
who wear glasses can now discard them in
a reasonable time and multitudes more will
be able to strengthen their eyes so as to be
spared the trouble and expense of ever
getting glasses. Eye troubles of many de
scriptions may be wonderfully benefited by
following the simple rules. Here is the ore
scription: Go to any active drug store and
get a bottle of Bon-Opto tablets. Drop one
Bon-Opto tablet in a fourth of a glass of
water and a,llow to dissolve. With this liquid
bathe the eye two to four timet daily. You
should notice your eyes clear up perceptibly
ngnt irom tne start and Inflammation will
quickly disappear. If your eyes are bothering
you, even little, take steps to save them
now before it ia too late. Many hopelessly
blind might have been saved if they had
cared for their eye in time.
Note: Another prominent "Physician to
whom the above article was submitted, said:
"Bon-Opto la a very remarkable remedy. It
constituent Ingredient are well known to
eminent eye specialists and widely pre
scribed by them. The manufacturers guar
antee it to strengthen eyesight St per cent
in one week' time In many Instancea or re
fund the money. It can be obtained from
any good druggist and is one of the very
few preparations I feel should be kept on
hand 'for .regular use In almost every
family." It 1 (old in this city by Sherman
& McConnell, C A. Helcher and others.
Turpin's School of Dancing
Announcing the New Season.
Opening September 10, 1917. Adult Beginner' Class, Mondays and Thursday. 8 p. m.
Adult Advance Clsss, Tuesday, September 11, S p. m. Pupil should join the first lesson.
Phone Harney 8143 or call personally, 28th and Farnam St. Term most reasonable. High
School Class, Saturdsy, September 22, 8 p. m. (Age 14 to 17.) Children' Class begin
Saturday, October 23, at 2:30 p. m. "
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