Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 21, 1918, SOCIETY SECTION, Image 19

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    H Concluded by Ella Fleishma
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Mr. Everett Buckingham and Rob
ert vBuckinghm left Thursday even
ing for Worland, Wyo., where they
TOll spend the summer.
Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Brogan left
Friday (or their home at Austin.
Tex., after spending several weeks
with Mr. and Mrs. Francis A.
Corp. T. A. McShane, son of Mrs.
J. H. McShane, has just been pro
noted to a second lieutenant ,
v Mr. and Mrs. C W. Hamilton and
Miss Marian Hamilton are at Atlan
tic City for a month.
f Mrs. Ralph Peters leaves Sunday
evening to spend a month at Prior
Mrs. John Redick has gone to
Prior Lake for the remainder of the
Mrs. M. C Peters left Friday even
ing for Camp Grant, Rockford, 111.,
to be with her sqn, Douglas, who is
Mrs. George Redick expects to
leave next week for Prior Lake. '
Miss Helen Hibbard returned Tues
day from several weeks in the east
Miss Mary Gifford, who had a
slight operation last week, and was
at the Methodist hospital, is getting
along nicely.
Mrs. C A. Hull is in the east for
- several weeks, having gone there to
see Dr. Hull before he sailed with
!; the base hospital.
y Mrs. S, S. Caldwell and family are
, . at Prior Lake, Minn., for the sum
mer. Miss Marjorie Smith spent last
. week end as the guest of Mrs. Irv
. , ing Benolken and Lieutenant Benol
; ken at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, la.
Mrs. F. XB. Wallace is spending
several weeks in Chicago with her
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Peterson and
' Miss Hazel Peterson left Tuesday to
motor to Excelsior Springs for sev
eral weeks.
Mr. Louis Moser left Saturday for
" Detroit, where- he will enter govern
mental service in the aircraft con
struction department. Mrs. Moser
and the children will remain in Omaha
until fall.
According to a letter recently re
ceived from Lawrence McCague, the
Amherst college ambulance section
has won special praise for their ex
ceptional bravery at the front, and
several of the men have received the
French Croix de Guerre.
Cadet Percival Banister, son of
Colonel and Mrs. J. M. Banister, re
turned Friday to West Point after
a five weeks' furlough. The sum
mer vacation at West Point has been
shortened from 10 weeks to 5 weeks
because of the additional members
in training.
Harry Burkley left Wednesday
evening for Fort Sheridan, where he
will attend the junior officers'
training camp for two months.
Mr. Paul Shirley, who has enlisted
In the service, leaves Monday for
Camp Dodge.
Miss Helen Eastman left Thurs
day to spend several weeks with Miss
Gertrude Metz on the Metz ranch
near Cody, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sibbernsen
returned Saturday after spending
several weeks in Minnesota.
',, Mrs. Joseph Morsman and chil
dren of Chicago, will be with Mr. E.
. M. Morsman for several weeks.
; Mrs. Harley Moorhead is spending
several weeks at Prior Lake.
Mrs. Charles F. Weller is recover
, ; ing from a severe attack of the grippe.
She has been confined to her apart
i ment at the Blackstone for over a
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Slatef-left Friday
for Salt Lake City, to be gone a
- " Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Mackay have
4 - left for an eastern trip and will be
with their daughter, Mrs. Austin
Gailey at Washington, D. C.
Loring Elliott and Paul Shirley
motored to Camp Dodge last week
- end.
f Mrs. Carol Berry of Kansas City
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Louis
' Loring and Mr. Loring.
- Miss Elizabeth Rodgers of Cleve
land has been the guest of Mrs. F. P.
Loomis and Mr. Loomis for several
i weeks.?
Miss Elizabeth Barnard of St.
, Louis is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
i G. McAllister.
' Mrs. J. E. Fitzgerald and daugh
ter, Miss Gertrude Marsh, leave Mon
j day to spend the summer at Port
v Huron, Mich. Mr. Fitzgerald will
6pend several weeks m August with
Mrs. Roy Byrne has been spending
several days in St Joseph with her
mother, Mrs. Sheridan. .
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Morsman, jr.,
and sons, will leave. next week to
spend the remainer of the summer
it Long Peak Inn, Colorado.
Miss Mary Morsman is attending
th& girls' camp, Camp Serrana in New
f Mr. and Mrs. A. A McClure have
, returned from the east and are at
, the Fontenelle.
' ; -Miss Belle Hatch will spend two
' weeks in New York and Chicago.
Miss Dorothy Snyder of ".ashing
: ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E C.
. : Snyder, is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
t GeorgeB. Eddy, 517 South Twenty-
fifth avenue.
Mr. , and Mrs. M. J.. -Bender are
f among the members of the Omaha
I ft f Vtff I tes m
The war is not only taking our young men, but their pretty brides, also,
and many of the young matrons have left their home city to be near their
soldier husbandsMrs. Lyell Rushton is one of the attractive young women
who is spending the summer away from Omaha, as she is now living in Lin
coin. Mr. Rushton, who enlisted in the service some little time ago, is at
the radio school and expects to remain in Lincoln several weeks longer.
colony at Colorado Springs, as are
also Mrs. Alfonso Wilson and Mrs.
H. S. Townsend.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harris
left Friday for Grand Rapids, Mich.,
to be gone two weeks.
Miss Margaret Colby will arrive
Sunday morning from Chicago to
spend a few days with Miss Mae
Mrs. E. 0. "Hamilton and Miss Ruth
are at home after a six weeks' stay
with Lt. Warren H. Hamilton, at
Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C.
Mrs. Isabel S. Clow will spend two
weeks in Minneapolis and other
Minnesota points.
Mr. L.W. Lowe, who has com
pleted his freshman year at Ames col
lege, has .been appointed navy butter
inspector and will pursue the work at
Lamont, la., until fall.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sawyer of Jop-
lin, Mo., are "Visiting Mrs. Sawyer's
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Kleffner, and
her sisters, Mrs. H. Laufenburg and
Mrs. B. B. Booth.
Misses Catherine Dee and Margaret
Dineen left Saturday afternoon for
Stead's ranch, Estes Park, Colorado,
to spend two weeks. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dowd enter
tained 14 guests at a dancing party, J.
M. Flynn 10, and Dr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Berry gave a party of 12.
Vernon Shinrock, who. is a mem
ber of the aviation corps, stationed at
Camp Lee Hall, Norburry, Island, Va.,
is at home on a IS days' furlough.
Mr. Shrimrock was called home by
the illness of his father, Mr. Fred C.
Shrinrock, who has been in the
Methodist hospital for the past two
Edward O'Niel arrived Saturday
from the aviation school at the Uni
versity of Illinois to spend a two
days' furlough with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. O'Niel.
Mother, Why Don't
You Take Nuxqted Iron
And Be Strong and Well and Have Nice Rosy Cheeks Instead
of Being Nervous and Irritable All the Time and Looking
So Haggard and Old ? The Doctor Gave
Some to Susie Smith's Mother When She
Was Worse Off Than You Are and
Now She Looks Just Fine
Any Woman Who Tires Easily, Is Irrit
able, Nervous and Run-Down, Should
Take Nuxated Iron to Help. Increase
Her Health, Strength and Vitality.
"There can be no strong, healthy, beau
tiful, ros?-cheeked women, without iron,"
ays Dr. Ferdinand King, a New York phy
sician and Medical Author. "I have strongly
emphasized the fact that
doctors should prescribe
more organic iron Nux
ated Iron for their ner
vous, ruo-down, weak,
haggard-looking women
patients.. Pallor means
anaemia. The skin of an
anaemic woman is pale,
the flesh flabby. The
muscles lack tone, the
jrain fags, and the mem
ory fails, and often they
become weak, nervous,
irritable, despondent
and melancholy. When
the iron goes from the
blood of women the ros
es go from their cheeks.
"In the - most com
mon foods of America,
the starches, sugars,
table syrups, candies,
polished . rice, white
bread, soda eraekers.
fir T
leaf . . IWi W-v..,:. .' ' i.-Sv-'
or how far you can
walk without becom
ing tired. Next take
two five-grain tab
lets of ordinary nux
ated iron three times
per day after meals
for two weeks. Then
test your strength
again and see how
.... a 111 KJ l II Villi flaVM UHII1
biscuits, macaroni spaghetti, tapioea. sago, Numbers of nervous, run-down peo-
u t detreKn,n;tdJeoISnJ?v.- Srfn pIe who ,r ""in the while have most
is iron to be found. Pc"'f astonishingly increased their strength and
have removed the iron of Mother Earth endurance simply by taking iron in the proper
E -..Wl Ss,
The ChUfs Appen' $
X. L me, C04nkery' ."T "k been om on tr month mthout getting
down the waste pip. the water in which benrfit from ,nything. But don., uke tht
- eUbIeS "re. coo?ed' "". reT,ons,bl old form, of reduced liron. iron acetate, or
f Mther fnlS ioV ,Th, ,m tincture of iron simply to save a few cents.
h. "EXlt th" lrnJef,5ier.Bi III vTh. iron demanded by Mother Nature for
food by using some form i of organie Iron, the red coloring matter In the blood of her
l"'. ,0" WCn!d,,.: ,alt when Tour food 'h,ldren ! not that kind of iron. You
has not enough salt" must take Iron In a form that can be easily
m . . . . . osorbd and Mttimilatcd to do too any
"Iron b absolutely necess.ry to enable eooi, otherwU Tit ; may prove worse than
your blood to change food Into Jiving tissue, useless.
Without, it. na mutt hnw much or what MtnufscturerC Nnu Ktmtrd Imi. wtilch la rr.
you eat. your food merely pssses through . cr remedr. but one mart. Is well known to
you without doing you sny good. Yon don't drusslsts. Onllke the oldur Inorssnle Iron products
get tne strength out of it, and as a eonne- " it ammiisteo. does sot Injur the teeth.
quence you become weak. pal. and sickly . nor " suimsch. tus rnsnn.
looking, just lik. a plant trying to grow in f.lTL,,llr;!urr".,ul '."''' "
a anil iy, 1 if .,, finory Mtulu to every imnhamr or ther will rrfuiw
!. JIi?e- ? i" " '",J7.-S:ro1n.? 'nur dlPwd in this dw by fllr
V-t i. - IC .1 . ? vrug sun sna su omer oru-
" ' isv. aw nvw ivus fun ih wots iii. Aur.
Mrs. C. T. Kountze
Brings Latest News
From New York
(Con tinned From Page One.)
abroad. Mrs. Urb will likely come
here during August She will
explain the advantages, pro and con,
for both canteen and clerical workers
at home and abroad. A mass meet
ing of business women' will be held
to hear the message which Mrs. Urb
brings to those interested in the
Hospital hut service, which is in
the formative state, will give an op
portunity to women who are able to
offer some entertainment to the con
valescent in the hospitals. The re
quirements are as follows:
. Applicants.
Applicants must be between 25 and
40 years of age.
Must have robust health, certified to
after examination by a physician des
ignated by Red Cross.
Must have a good knowledge of
French. N
Must volunteer services and pay all
expenses, if possible. (Approximate
ly $1,200 for six months, including
initial equipment and steamship pas
sage.) If a woman is particularly
well qualified for this service the Red
Cross will, under certain circum
stances, pay her transportation and
maintenance, but volunteers paying
expenses are preferred. A knowledge
of French is very desirable, as wo
men with such knowledge entering
this service may be interchanged with
women occupying similar positions
in trench hospitals.
Must be free from all German con
Must not have a husband, father.
brother or son in the armed forces of
United States, or of our allies, either
here or overseas, or in the Young
Men's Christian association, Red
Cross, Knights of Columbus or simi
lar organizations abroad.
Must be willing to sign for at least
six months' service in France, Bel
gium or Italy, wherever assigned In
cases where the American Red Cros3
riiys expenses it is necessary to sign
tor one year's service.
Must wear umtorm when on duty.
Must be vaccinated for smallpox
and inoculated for typhoid and para
typhoid, j
Must dve the names of three or
more references, American citizens,
not relatives one at least a woman.
In general, applicants should be in
excellent physical condition, capable
of hard and continuous physical labor
under uncomfortable conditions. No
woman not ready to give full time.
conscientious service, need apply.
Good temper, discretion and self-reliance
are essential; seriousness of
purpose and dignity of deportment
are required. College women and wo
men who have taken the Red Cross
course in elementary hygiene and
home care of the sick are particularly
North Side Mothers'
Club Arrange for
Soldiers' Relatives
The orth Side Mothers' club,
which, as one of its many activities,
undertook to' find suitable homes
where parents and other relatives of
soldiers might find the right surround
ings in which to meet their sons who
are in the army when they visit them,
have been doing the work thoroughly
and systematically and have turned in
to the war camp community service
a list of homes, and the extent and
character of the accommodations
which can be furnished at each.
A card system is being prepared,
and one set of the cards will be
placed with Mrs. Med, travelers' aid
worker at the Union depot, and the
other at war camp community head
quarters in the Omaha National Bank
building, so that assignments may be
made from either place. Information
as to" the character of this service
will be placed in the hands of each sol
dier during the coming week, when
the service will be fully inaugurated
as to Fort Omaha and Florence field.
With the advent of the battalion at
Fort Crock there will fce necessity
for similar service for the soldiers
there, and it is expected that some
similar organization will offer its serv
ices to secure a list of homes as near
as possible to Fort Crook.
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