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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 29, 1919.
0 woman! whoa form and whosa soul ,
Ara tha (pell sad tha llfht of each path wo pursue?
Whether eunn'd la tha tropica, or chJU'd at tha polo.
If womaa bo there, thara la happiness, too. Moore.
Seek to be good, but aim not to be great,
A woman's noblest station la retreat I
Her fairest virtues fly from public sight.
Gabby Tells Secrets of
Fanny Ward's Young
Continued From Pag One Thi Section
eastern man on Suhday and she was
all athrill, of course. Imagine her
surprise when he walked in at her
parents' home on Saturday morn
ii &. He demanded to know just
why the car with the aforesaid
"oretiv Rirl at the wheel was not at
the train to meet him. And thenj
everybody was ail confused. He
thought jt was Sunday when in
reality it was only Saturday for in
his great haste to reach our fair
.ity and the lady fair, he had slipped
Saturday from his calendar en
tirely. Hi visits are quite frequent, we
have noticed. Their friends say. a
wedding is in prospect, but the girl
only smiles. She is so charming
and he is so very nice that everyone
decides they are an ideal couple.
She ; a talented young woman and
has chosen a career rather than the
whipped cream of the social whirl.
If wr hint much more you will have
pueised the secret but, never fear,
Dan Cupid is busy despite soaring
temperatures and a formal an
nouncement may be forthcoming
Y FACE is my fortune, sir,"
she said, and never did
the mere man realize the
' truth of her words until this mod
. ern day. For face values are going
up and milady can squander $100
in a beauty parlor in one revolution
.. of the sun. You have no concep
tion of the money-grasping devices
that may be found within the cur
tained booths of a beauty emporium.
Think not that'this beauty is perma
nent. My; no! One hour in the
sun and wind or one evening under
I the shaded lights will reduce the
beautified one to stringy hair and
a shiny nose and the operation must
be repeated. "
" When Lord Byron penned the im
. mortal line, "Her eyebrow's shape
' is like the aerial bow," he must have
been mistaken, for they didn't pluck
eyebrows in those days and every
one knows that only the plucked
, "eyebrow is properly arched. The
" arched eyebrow has come to stay
and woe to the woman who allows
these appendages of nature to-go
unplucked. But the eyebrow is a
mere detail in this spending spree.
A permanent wave will require
$65, for Titian locks you must pay
$5 and if you wish to be blonde
"' or brunette, but our imagination
v fails for the price is exorbitant.
A Turkish bath i and reduction
' treatment, mud packs, hot packs, all
guaranteed to give you that roselcaf
skin longed for by all, but attained
by few. In some beauty parlors
there is a process'of racial inflation,
involving an injection of paraffin
which causes Father Time to fade
into thin air with one last parting
The woman who is reclining a
whole day on the altar of beauty is
; nearing the hundred dollar mark.
. She has had her hair "toned" and
she has supplied herself with vari
ous kinds of creams for cleansing;
building, bleaching, powders for
whitening, reddening, tanning. Yes,
tanning. For there is a lovely
brown powder that doesn't show on
;' tanned skins. Lip stick and eve
- brow mascaVa she must take with
e her for daily use.
It's a good thing the sterner sex
f never venture behind the rose-tinted
curtain where the goddess of beauty
'' sits enthroned. If they did,' there
might be fewer marriages. Imagine
v beholding the girl you courted on
a moonlit veranda "the night before
' , sitting with an octopus clinging to
y t her head with more than two dozen
. tentacles. Verily, she looks like a
modern Medusa, for it is a fearsome
afa-ucture she wears anchored to an
'Viectric device in the ceiling. But,
ah, what a revelation when these
wires are removed, for the would
be beauty has 30 ringlets that defy
salt water or inland showers, and
straight-haired Gladys who always
longed for curls is a happy woman.
Strange as it may seem the busi-
. ness women drop their hard-earned
Hnllara without a murmur anrl ar
ifcjr really the best patrons of these
i i r - i : .l..
ucauiy snops, lor uicy can.ee inai
good looks plus brains will bring
more dollars. Many a divorce woufd
be averted if the housewife would
neglect the pies and puddings ar d
devote her time to a marcel once
in a while.
These establishments of beautify
ing are becoming very efficient av.d
they not only "turn you out" in a
given length of time, all dressed up
with somewhere to go, but send you
in a taxi to the party you are in
vited to. It's a dreary year that
doesn't add to the novelties and ex
penses of looking better than your
"Oh, the golden, olden glory of
the days gone by," we sighed when
guns were booming and we were
forced to dispense with all of the
luxuries. The lovely maidens who
were being wooed and often won
by Uncle Sam's warriors were patri-
'otie to the heart's core and lovely
corsage bouquets and beautiful gifts
were taboo, absolutely! But noyj,
with peace at hand, everyone has
plunged into a perfect orgy of
spending and the good old days have
returned when cavaliers may shower
their ladies fair with all the treas
ures of nature and art A pretty
brown-eyed miss is in our midst.
- leaving her home in California to
visit a multitude of friends here for
a few weeks. One of Omaha's most
prominent young men capitulated
' shortly after her arrival and , the
happiness of the two is quite beau
tiful to see. Although solitaires
, grow in profusion in the marts of
.the west there1 was no ring quite
,. lovely enough for this fiancee to 'e
. found here and this symbol of faith
" was purchased in New York." Flow
ers ace delivered every morning to
this lucky girl; you never see her
at luncheon, tea or dinner without a
bunch of dewy blossoms pinned to
her smart frock and we heard if
whispered of the wonders of a gold
purse which was recently presented
by her fiance.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Utendorfe r
and daughter, Anna Jane Beaton,
leave this week for a motor tour of
the western coast to be gone ail
Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Sander
of Papillion announce the marriage
of their daughter, Katherine, to Mr.
Frederick William Rice, which took
place at the home of the bride's
parents Wednesday at high noon.
Rev. H. F. Schmidt performed the
Miss Gladys King of Papillion
was bridesmaid and Mr. Harvey
Rice, brother of the bridegroom,
was best man. The wedding march
was played by Miss Elizabeth Beh
rendt. Immediately after the ceremony
a wedding supper was served, smi
lax and roses forming the decora
tions. After a western wedding trip Mr.
and Mrs. Rice will be at home in
Papillion until their new home in
Omaha is completed. Mrs. Rice is
a graduate of Brownell Hall and has
spent much time here. Mr. Rice,
who is the son of Mrs. W. F. Rice,
is one of the young business men of
A pretty wedding took place
Mondav evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles H. Roys when
their daughter, Maude Alice, became
the bride of Mr. I. Benson Jones.
Rev." H. G. Langley read the mar
The bride's only attendant was her
little niecet Margaret Gilbert, who
wore a pink organdie frock. She.
carried the ring in a basket of pink
The bride wore a simple gown
of moonglow crepe and a corsage,
boauet of Ophelia roses.
Following the ceremony the
young couple left for Lingle, Wyo.,
where they, will make their home.
Mrs. Jones, is a graduate of the
Pe.ru State Normal school and has
taught in the Omaha schools. Mr.
Jones is a graduate of the University
of Nebraska and is at present su
perintendent of government irriga
tion at Lingle.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Sigal announce
the marriage of their daughter, Syl
via, to Ben Telpner, which took
place at their home Sunday, June 22.
Rabbi Morris Taxon officiated.
Preceding the ceremony. Miss
Nettie Garelick sang "Oh, Promise
Me," and Miss Annette Tanger
ployed the wedding march, accom
panied by Miss Jennie Leibovitz on
the violin. The bride was attended
by Miss Dorothy Zucker as maid of
honor, and Miss Ida Telpner, Miss
Nfarcia Leibovitz and Miss Mamie
Racusin as bridesmaids.
The ribbon bearers were Ida
Stern, Alice Stern, Ida Greenburg
and Helen Levinson. Jcanette Lev
inson carried tlie ring in a (basket
of flowers. Mr. Jack Fleishman was
Following the ceremony, a wed
ding supper was served on the lawn,
the tables being decorated with gar
One of the attractive home wed
dings was that of Miss Louise
Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. '
William Brown, and Fred W. Bell,
which took place Tuesday evening
at 8 o'clock at the home of the
bride. Rev. D. Cleveland performed
the wedding ceremony, which was
witnessed only by the immediate
families. The living room was pret
tily decorated with palms, wedding
bells and daisies. The bride's gown
was embroidered net over white
satin. She wore a tulle veil and a
corsage of roses and lilies of the
valley. The groom's brother and
sister served as attendants, the
bridesmaid being prettily gowned in
pink georgette crepe.
Mrs. Turner sang "What a Won
derful World This Is." A wedding
supper was served. Mr. and Mrs.
Bell left on the midnight train for
California on a three weeks' honey
moon, after which they will be in
their new home in Minne Lusa.
Herbert Davis returned last week
from John Hopkins university.
Mrs. W. E. Bolin, - chairman of
nursing activities, Omaha chapter
Red Cross, announces the names of
the following students who were
the first to receive their certificates,
having satisfactorily completed the
course of IS lessons in home nurs
ing, as given under the auspices of
the Amentcan Red Cross, Mrs. Jes
sie A. Leermakers as instructor:
W. E. Bolln. J. T. Beach,
l.uclen Allen. H. C. Barton.
Charles Knox. - A. B. Fletcher.
Nellie M. Chrlstens'n.Rose Rosicky
Nelle Merklln. -Pearl
Certificates are also ready for the
following students who are request
ed to call at the -Omaha chapter
Elizabeth Barnhart. Mildred Brlggs.
Mayme Berkheiser. Hllah Fisher.
A. V. Klnsler.
Tena M. Tatea.
Mrs. Josephine Miller Beatrice Swanaon.
Mrs. W. E. Bolin desires to an
nounce that classes for the summer
term are now being organized, to
be held in the Red Cross class
room, fourth floor, Y. W. C. A.
The first evening classes will be
held on the evenings of July 1 and
July 3. Those wishing to enter
either of these classes will please
register with Mrs. Bolin at the Red
Cro&s, headquarters, Douglas county
court house, Omaha, Nebv
Home service section of, the
American Red Cross has valuable
information for Frank Heese, Anna
Marie Hale and William Fred Gami
lin. Please telephone Tyler 2721 or
call at the headquarters in the court
Miss Catherine Cartan
School halls are deserted and text
books lie forgotten, for the pretty
students have packed their vacation
trunks and joyfully turned home
ward. The parties given for the
school set are quite like reunions,
for there is so much to say after a
separation of several months. One
of the most attractive of the
younger girls who will one day
make her debut is Miss Catherine
Cartan, who has been the guest of
her grandmother, Mre. E. W. Nash,
for the past month."" Mrs. Nash en
tertained at a dancing party at the
Country club during the week in
honor of Miss Cartan and Mr. Nash
artan. who came from San Fran
cisco for a short visit at the Nash
home. The party was attended by
all the school girls and vfas quite
the prettiest affair of the early sum
mer. Miss Cartan's visit was all too
short, however, for she left Satur
day for the east. A girl's camp in
Pennsylvania will rlaim rr rtn-,r
the summer months, when all the
sports ot the outdoors will be en
ioved. In thf fall Mia r,rii ...:n
' . i J wfal lull will
return to the Sussern school in New
York, which she attended this year.
We have announced Jnlv lar. s
the date of, our removal to the
Barker Block, 15th and Farnam
streets. We have stated that
this would be the finest dental
office in the middle west. That
the public may know, we invite
them to visit us.
In the past number of years
we have done dental work for
thousands always with the un
derstanding that we guaranteed
our work. To these we suggest
that if they so desire, we would
be glad to inspect the work done
and if any attention is necessary
we are ready and would be glad
of the opportunity to make good
With larger office quarters,
improved facilities, greater ca
pacity; the presence of special
ists in every branch of dental
surgery, we can renew our
promise to our friends and pa
trons that all our work in the
future as in the past,, is done
under a guarantee which at all
times we stand prepared to pro
tect Until July 1st we may be found
at the 403 Brandeis Bldg. office.
After July 1st in onr new home
on the x Fourth Floor, Barker
G. W. TODD
American boys have a heartful of
gratitude for the splendid work of
the Red Cross,' and proof of this is
found in the following letter re
ceived at Omaha chapter:
To the American Red Cross Every
where: To Whom It May Concern:
I wish to express my love and
appreciation for those members and
good workers of the Red Cross,
Salvation Army atyi Knights of Co
lumbus, and this is the only way I
have at present to do it. I am a
casual soldier of the Rainbow di
vision, one who has been there in
the big game across the "blue."
During my trip from Seattle 20
months ago, to France, at the front,
and back again, I have found these
organizations just what they are
cracked up to be.
I appreciated my gifts from them
very much. It was a great help. We
are glad and thankful to get back
in God's country to the people we
Inv'e. That's the greatest thing in
e. Life is nothing without love,
jjgfc' til " " '
r t4kr v
and if it wasn't for love we would
have lost the war long ago.
We are coming back better men
than we were before. We have
fought against death and won our
present life; now we are going to
start out new and make a success
of it. The boys have changed since
they have been under shell fire.
Again I wish to express my
thanks from a car window.
CORP. NOLAN C. RICHEY.
For Bridal Couple.
Miss Ellen Creighton entertained
at a delightful dinner at the Country
club Wednesday night, in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGinn, who
have recently returned from- their
wedding trip. Besides Mr. ami Mrs.
McGinn, the guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Creighton, Mr.
and Mrs. John Madden, Mr. and
Mrs. T. F. Kennedy, Mrs. J. A: C.
Kennedy, Miss Claire Helene Wood
ard, Miss Louise Dinning, Miss Re
gina Cornell, Miss Gladys Peters,
Mr. M. O. Curran, Mr. Dinkins, Mr.
Harry Koch, Mr. Allan Tukey, Dr.
Karl Connell, Mr. Charles Mc
Laughlin and Lieutenant Ned Con
The marriage of Miss Martha
Burgdorf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Burgdorf, and Mr. Edward
Mervins took place Friday evening
at St. Luke's Luthean chuch. Fol
lowing the ceremony a reception was
held at the home of the bride's
j parents. The young couple have
i left for an eastern trip.
A surprise party was given Sat
urday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. T. L. Swoboda, in honor
of their son, William, who recently
returned from one year's service
overseas. The guests included
Misses Marie Skupa, Emily Frala,
Marie Strudl, Gertrude Fiala, Marie
Slegl, Minna Pelican, Anna Velich,
Kate Jaros, Mildred Mertz, Lillian
Mertz, Messrs. Frank Strude, Frank
Stasney, John Krajicek, Ernest
Stasney, Robert 'Skupa, Edward
Skupa, William Harris, Frank Good
reau, John Ponec, Tony Gerhardt,
John Mulac, Frank Mertz, Fred
Evans and Messrs. and Mesdames
A. L. Colwell, William Goodreau,
L. Swoboda, J. F. Fiala, E. Skupa
and M. Shahan.
Piano pupils of Mrs. Geil White
McMonies gave a June musical at
the residence of Mrs. S. V. Patter
son, 3333 Pine street, Saturday. The
program was given by Charlotte
Troxell, Lois Horn, .Dorothy Mar
tin, Marcia Stanton, Mary Adelaide
McMonies, Lucile Lloyd, Janice
O'Brien, Jack Kraft, Gladys and
Old People's Home.
Rev. Clyde Blakesly will conduct
services at the Old People's Home
Sunday afternoon at 3:30.
For a Vistor.
Miss Katherine Thompson of
Fort Worth, Tex., who is the house
guest of Miss Helen Parish, will be
honor guest at a dinner party Sat
urday evening at Happy Hollow
club. Garden flowers will be used
as a centerpiece and covers will be
laid for 12 guests.
For the Futuf e.
The Columbjan club of Sacred
Heart parish will give a card party
Wednesday afternoon, July 2, at
Lyceum hall. Twenty-second an3
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ppreciated by my lady who dislikes tha
tedious and "nervous" task of twisting her
locks around a heated iron, perhaps singe
ing tha hair, burning off tha ends and
blistering fingers or scalp in tha operation.
From any druggist procure a few ounces
of pura liquid silmerina and at night pour
a little onto a clean tooth brush and draw
this flown the full length of the hair. A
simple thing to do, but remarkably effec
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The hair will have a wonderfully soft,
fluffy curliness, much mora natural look
ing, glossier and livelier in appearance
than where a waving iron has been used.
Silmerine doesn't make the hair sticky or
greasy, and there will be no trouble doing
it up in any sytle desired. Olga Ormsbee.
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herder en
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home Thursday evening in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bartlett of
Grand Rapids, Mich. Sixteen guests
were present. Prizes were won by
Miss E. Dunnigan and Mr. .V
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