Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 07, 1918, SOCIETY SECTION, Image 19
1HE OMAHA SUNDAY Biifc::, JULY 7, ISIS. 3 B Conducted by Ella Fleishman. kEhuI wit ImEihm f Mrs. Phil Lindberg of Florence left Wednesday to spend the summer in T 1 . 1 f I Denver ana oiner oioraao points. Miss Ruth McCoy will arrive this " morning to spend the summer vaca tion. Miss McCoy, who attends Smith college, has been visiting friends in Erie, Pa., and Greensburg, Ind., since the cjose of school. Miss Jessie Ruthledge of Sparta Wis., will arrive Wednesday to spend several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rutledge. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Conrad and daughters, KatheriiV and DewitU, will leave the first of the week for Clear Lake, Minn., to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Smith have re " turned from an extended eastern trip, when they visited in New York. Bos ton and Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. John Minick and son, Wilbur, of Madison, Wis., who have been the guests of Mrs. J. W. Skog lund for the last two weeks, left Sat urday morning by auto for -Yellowstone park. MisS Lillian Fitch of Nej&Xork will be in Omaha for some time, as she will be dramatic director at Creigh ton college during the summer. Miss Fitch is stopping at the Loyal ho tel r Mrs. Sol Fleishman and daughters, Lillian and Edna of New York, are visiting Mrs. Fleishman's sister, Mrs. M. Ginsberg. Mrs. Ginsberg also has as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schoenwald of Sioux City. Misses Elsie and Freda Paustian left Tuesday for Fort Worth, Tex, to visit their brother, Frank, who is in the aviation corps at Barron field. Mrs. W. H. MacLaughlin of Kan sas City is here to spend several "weeks with her son, Cadet Henry MacLaughlin of Fort Omaha. Miss Marguerite Schneider of Fre mont, who was the guest of Miss Sybil Nelson for the week-end, was . called home Monday and expects to leave for canteen work abroad in a yery few days. Miss Kythryn Gardner. Miss Betty Fairfield and Miss Wynne Fairfield leffWednesday evening to spend the remainder of the summer at the girls' camp at Fish Creek, Wis. Miss Louise Clarke and her guest, Miss Katherine Reems of Chicago, motored to Okoboji Wednesday. Mr. E. G. McGilton returned last Saturday after spending several weeks in the east. x . v Mr. J. DeForest Richards has just returned from Warm Springs, Va., Vh ere Mrs. Richards is spending the summer. Miss Elinor Kountze left Saturday for Steamboat Springs, Colo, whre she will spendseveral weeks at the mountain camp of Miss Portia Swejt. Mr. Fred Clarke and baby and Miss Katherine Thummel expect to leave next week for Portland, Ore. Mrs. Samuel Burns and Miss Bar bara are in the east, where Miss Barbara will join one of the girls' summer camps in the White moun tains. ,' Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Bradford and family left for Boston, Mass, Thurs day and expect to spend the summe in the east. They were accompanied by' Mrs. Harold Estey and son; who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bradford for several weeks. Mrs. Harold- Pritchett spent last week-end at -Camp Dodge with Lieu tenant Pritchett. Mrs. Charles Offutt attended the Y. M. C A. convention at the Black atone hotel in Chicago last Friday and returned home Sunday morning, tccompanied by Mrs. Victor Caldwell. Miss Elizabeth Fleming of Bur lington, la, is the guest of Mrs. Lawrence Brinker for several weeks. Colonel S. S. Curtis and Miss Lynn Curtis, formerly of Omaha, are at .Watch Hill, R. I, for the summer. Miss Helen Garvin left Wednesday for Wisconsin where she will be a counsellor in one of the girls' camps, Lieutenant and Mrs. Nathan R. Reasoner have returned from Colo rado Springs, where they were at the Broadmoor hotel, and are now at the Blackstone. . Mr. Jack Sharpe, who recently was operated on for appendicitis, is im proving. i Mr. and Mrs. George A. Roberts and family left Tuesday evening to spend several weeks in Duluth and the . northern lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Erdman D. Brunner expect to spend several -weeks with Mrs. T. C. Brunner at their summer home at Sunset Beach, Clear Lake, la. Mrs. 0. S. Goodrich is now in San Francisco, where she will remain a month, later going to Los Angeles for the remainder of the summer. t I Latest Bulletin from Dan Cupid X X i Two "Juney" "Nuptials in July Take Pretty , Omaha Girls Q . 6 jimc aays were crowded to the brim with weddings and we find that a few young couples gave us the slip and although their nuptials were as Juney as could be with tulle veils and rose leaves we did not even have a hint until now in the warm midsum mer days the secrets -re being told. One of these bulletins from Dan Cupid comes today, for Mrs.. Martha Farmer announces the marriage of her daughter, Martha, to Mr. Jay M. Cook, which took place in Sioux City, June IS. TheN. ceremony was perform ed at the Cathedral Epiphany, Rev. D. J. Schleiss officiating. The young couple will make their home in Omaha. , t t t i X cftatife SDav-ies have arrived home from a month in New York visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cornish at their home on the Hudson. Mrs. Hertsche went on from here to her home in Portland, Ore, bjt Mrs. Metcalf will spend the remainder of the summer in Omaha. Mrs. Grace Leidy Burger, violinist, and Miss Nina Garrett, pianist, have returned from Illinois, where they gave several concerts during the past two weeks. Major and Mrs. J. P. Lord motored from Des Moines to spend the Sun day here. Major Lord is now station ed at Fort Des Moines ands they have taken a house at the posty Mrs. Lord is at the fort also. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klopp and baby daughter of Kansas City are visiting Mrs. Klopp s parents, Mr. and Mm. Charles Burke. Miss Mary Fitch has left to spend the summer at Boulder, Colo. Mrs. Fitch will be with Mrs. C. E. Jo Mrs. D. Guggenmos will leave Tuesday for Washington, D. C, to visit her son, Paul, who is stationed at Camp Dix. Miss Gertrude Cobry underwent an operation for appendicitis Saturday morning at the Wise Memorial hos pital. Her condition is reported as satisfactory. Dr. and Mrs. R, D. Benda returned Friday from an auto trip to the west ern part of the state. Mrs. Charles Turner of New York, formerly Mrs. Hugo Brandeis of this city, is spending a few days in Omaha. She is a guest at the Fontenelle. Mile Annette P. de Han, French instructor at Brownell Hall, is spend ing a few weeks with Dr. and Mrs. Felix Despecher, before leaving for Lake Minnetonka, Minn, and Ottowa- BeacfH Mich. She will return in the fall to resume her work at Brownell Hall. HUSS WYAUT fro SING 0 Otyt-ih Seances Wy&U Mr. J. Edward Carnal will present Miss Myrtle Frances Wyatt, soprano, in a song recital at the First Metho dist church, Thursday evening. Miss Wyatt will be assisted by Miss Mar guerite Carnal, who will give piano selections, and Miss Nora Neal, ac companist. Mr. Carnal will present a number of his pupils at a recital given at the church luesday evening when the following soloists will take part: Misses Marion Livingston, Lindo Lindquist. Madeline Stranglen, A. Ludwith, Mildred Urban. Jeannett Warren, Helen Fletcher, Marie Jen sen, Eleanor Alexander, yElizabeth Kaufman, Madeline Whiteley, Cather ine Ohman and Mrs. R. Surford and Messrs S. O. Danielson and J. S. Mercer. Miss Dorothy Hall leaves Sunday for Ayer, Mass, where she will be the guest for several weeks of her sister, Mrs. Edward W. Aycrigg. Women Are Finding Their f Places And Going 'Over the Top' in Efficiency Photographs recently received in this country from England show that the men's places in bakeshops have been taken almost entirely by women, v. Judging by reports, these women bakesKop workers are not only making good, but their employ ers are now wondering why they had not thought before of this sort of help. It is very probable that before long women workers in American bakeries will be the rule and no long er the exception, and there is no good reason whyhere, too, the members of the fair sex will not be all, and per haps .a little more, than the men workers have been. Women as a rule are more apt at learning and adapting themselves to new condi tions than men, and what is more im portant, they are more inclined to cleanliness, surely a great factor in the modern commercial bakery. One baker in Rhode Island, who does a very large business, informs us that he replaced most of his men with women not young, foolish things, but workers of middle age and he has found their services not only equal to those of the men, but in many Instances far superior and more profitable Bakers Weekly. CLUBDOM ! The George A. Custer. Regular meeting jf the George A. Custer Relief Corps will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at Memorial hall. Old People's Home. Sunday afternoon religious services at the Old People's home on Fonte nelle boulevard will be discontinued during July and August. Danish Red Cross. Mrs. H. Blinkenberg will be hostess for the Danish Sisterhood, No. 57, Red Cross auxiliary at her home. 2603 North Sixty-sixth street, at 2 p. m. Thursday. W. C. T. U.s to Meet Omaha Women's Christian Tem perance union will hold their regular business meeting Wednesday at the Young Women's Christian associa tion. Mrs.-D. C. John will Rive a talk on the topic, "Women and War." West Omaha Mothers' Club. Mrs. J. A. Hamilton, 1628 Wirt Street, will be hostess on rriday at a meeting of the West Omaha Mothers' club, whose members will meet dur- tAI r't MCAROIII fUi?i iv MUM- iitlh Hi m.1 .Vu . mi ing the summer to work for the Red Cross. , Kensington club of Vesta chapter No. 6, will hold their July meeting Thursday at Hanscom park. Church Women to Sew. Women members of the First Bap tist church will devote every Monday to the work of mending the soldiers clothing, at the National League foe, Woman's Service rooms. . i Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Flesch ani Mr. and Mrs. George Gasper motored to Sioux City to spend the Fourth , A baby daughter was born Tuesday'; . to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Busch. ' ' a.;.JB""''" finished WiSfe I h h its QUHUTV first . NOT . 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