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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1919)
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The Cheskahamay group held a
meeting at Gladys Hagelin'i Satur
( day evening, to work on their head
Eva Erixon, Susie Wyman, and
Mildred Klepster have taken the
oath of woodgatherer's.
. Green and brown have been
chosen for the cplors of the group,
and the girls are planning on getting
Gretchen Childs and Rozello :
Swenson have been chosen cheer
The Cheskahamay group held a
"business meeting, Saturday evening,'
June 21, at Milden yKlepser's
' home. Susan Wyman has earned
70 honor beads: Mildred Klepser, '
Suies Wyman and Margaret Blind
are woodgatherers. ' s
The Tomoke group, Mrs. Howard
Gates, gardian, gave a very clever
.vaudeville show "Live Wire
Shock" on Friday evening, June
20 at the University of Omaha
auditorium. The. proceeds of this
show is to be used for their camp
' -The girls are also taking orders
for rfuibarb right out of the garden.
- ; The Minnehaha group met at Mrs.
J Southwell's home last week.
After talking over camp, they
elected officers: President, Helen
Rirhey; secretary, Dorothy Horn,
' and treasurer, Dorothy Edwards.
Mrs. Austin Taylor will be hos
, ttss for the Methodist Ladies' Aid
society next Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs". W. D. Pence was hostess for
the Presbyterian Missionary society
The Emmanual Sunday school
held its annual picnic at Elmwood
park last Tuesday, going at 4 o'clock
and had supper at the picnic.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Irada'e
have moved to Sioux Falls, S. D.,
where they will reside.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Moluf and to Mrt. and Mrs.
George Welch during the past week.
Rev. J. Calvert addressed a mass
' meeting for men last Sunday after
noon at the Methodist church, he
told of the Y.'M. C. A. work o ve
Mrs. C. H. Faris and daughter,
left Saturday for an extended visit
in Carrolton, Mo., and other points.
Mr. Faris and sons will join her
Mr. Virgil Young returned nome
yon Tuesday from a years' oversea
The Presbyterian Christian En
deavor entertained at a parcel post
social last Friday evening.
Mr. Roy Young left on Tuesday
aftar a few days' furlough. He
' goes to Camp Funston to receive
The marriage of Miss Madeline
Horton, formerly of Benson, to Mr.
F. Marion Watenpaugh of Ontario,
Cal., took place on Saturday, June
21, in San Diego at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. McCoy. .After a wedding
,tfip the young couple will reside in
' Miss Lucille Chadwell. attended
the Epworth ' League convention at
, Valley last Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Konkel leaves next
week for an extended visit to points
' . The Emmanual Walther league
met at the church Saturday evening
' when Misses D. Frese and A. Baule
. acted as hostesses.
- Mrs. J. Mcllair entertained on
Thursday afternoon at a party in
honor of her son, Donald, and
-daughteT, Hazel's birthdays. About
Z'' IS guests were present.
Union church services will be held
in the different churches during the
summer months the first of these
service to be held this evening
- Mrs. A. C. McFarland of Fatr
, bury, Neb., spent a few days last
week visiting relatives herev,
- Mrs. Alex Robinson and1 children
have returned to their home in Cen
tral City after two weeks' visit in
- Mrs. W. F. Ryshaw will be hos
tess for the Loyal Daughters' club
at her home next Monday evening.
NCMiss Leyinson Entertains.
Miss Fanny Levinson entertained
at, the home'of Mr. and Mrs. N.
Levinson Thursday evening for the
confirmants of the City Talmud
Torah Sunday school.
The home was decorated with
blue and white the class colors.
Covers were laid for the following:
Anna Weiss, Bessie Farber, Sophia
Ferer, Anna Finkel, Alexander
Fogel, Bessie Greenberg, Ida Gold
man, Bertha Hoffman, Harry
Kneeter, Gertrude White, Fanny
Levinson, Annette Lieb, David Lip
sky, Freedo Mendelson, Agnes
Ross, Ben Klaver, Rose, Spiegel and
Ben Kubby. v
Entertaining at dinner Saturday
evening at Carter lake were: Harry
Mallow, who had 12 guests; Miss
Beatrice Crane, five. N
A special dinner dance will be
grven July Fourth. ,
Holy-Name parkh will give a card
party Thursday evening, July 3, a:
the. hall at Forty-fifth and Maple
ao parucuiar people -
"iake their KODAK FINISHING to
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Happy y Hollow
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. feirss enter
tained 11 guests at dinner Saturday
evening at Happy Hollow. Covers
were laid for the following: Messrs.
and Mesdames H. W. Anderson, J.
Q. Hossack, C. L. Dettlan, Mrs. R.
C. Wenstrand, Miss Edna Birss and
Mr. E. J. Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Harris enter
tained 16 guests at dinner at Happy
Hollow club Saturday evening. Cov
ers were laid for the following:
Messrs. and Mesdames J. C. Al!a
gaier, C. D. Glover, George K.
Thompson, J. A. Lyons, Dr. and
Mrs. John $yde, Misses Elizabeth
Ladenberg and Linda Linquist,
Messrs. R. N. Jones and Alfred
Entertaining at dinner at Happy
Hollow Saturday evening were:'
Byron Clark, who had 14 guests, and
Dr. W. P. Wherry, seven. Small
parties were' given by Dr. W. B.
Haney, J. A. Lininger, E. T. Rector
J. A. Linderholm, E. J. Connor ana
T. T. Hayden.
A special dinner-dance will be
given Friday, July 4 at the club.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Talmage en
tertaned twelve guests at dinner at
Happy Hollow Saturday evening.
Covers were laid for the following:
Messrs. and Mesdames ftoy Brinin
ger, S. B. Morrison, Mrs. Calista
Talmage, Messrs. S- H. Cosgrove,
M. P. Gates, H. J. Birmingham, and
Misses Adelyn Wood and Eleanor
Mrs. .Victor Caldwell entertained
10 guests at dinner Saturday eve
ning at the Country club. Covers
were placed for the following:
Messrs. and Mesdames Gurdon Wat
tles, C. M. Wilhelrh, Henry Wyman,
Mrs. Warren Rogers, Messrs. Frank
Burkley and Frank Morsman. i
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Carlisle enter
tained nine guests at dinner at the
Country club Saturday evening. The
party included Misses Edith Latta,
Margaret Wattles, Virginia Carlisle,
Virginia Baker, Messrs. John Clarke,
Rufus Cowing, Walter Preston, jr.,
John T. Stewart, 3d, and Sam Car
lisle. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davidson en
tertained 16 guests at dinner Satur
day evening at the Country club.
Covers were laid for the following:
Messrs and Mesdames Frank Hud
son, C. T. Kountze, A. L. Reed, Her
bert Wheeler; Mesdames Augustus
Kountze of New York, L. F. Cro-foot-
F. A. Nash; Messrs. Joseph
Barker- Ed Moore and Charles W.
Entertaining at dinner at the
Country club Saturday evening were
N. H. Loomis, who had IS guests;
W. T. Page, 10; E. S. Westbrook, 7,
and Mrs. C. W. Hamilton, 6.
Miss Naomi Towle has returned
from her 'eastern trip.
Suppose Some Day You
Should Just Quit!
will your family continue to enjoy the
ame advantages you are now provid
ing them? If not, there is something
The WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
is ready to take up the responsibility
where you lay it down. Do not side
step the issue. It is of VITAL im
portance. No finer thing can be said
of a mart-than that "He protected his
If you will drop ns a card or phone
Douglas 4570 full particulars will be
- If VBV
1813 Farnam St.
Two Charging Visitors
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From East and West They
! Come to Visit Omaha
Two charming visitors ire Miss
Polly Goodnow of Keen, N. H., and
Miss Mary Jane Mancourt of
Wichita, Kan., who are the guests
of Miss Angeline Rush Delightfully
" informal teas, dansants and picnics
have been given for the out-of-town
visitors, and every day of their stay
will be filled to the brim with fes
Entertaining at the Field club
Saturday evening at dinner were L.
C. Cohen, who had nine guests, and
H. L. Arnold, seven. Parties of six
were given by O. M. Smith, W. H.
Head, Dr. L. J. Putman and Victor
Smiley. Entertaining foursomes
were E. C. Hartley, W. J. Brandt, J.
L. Hiatt and D. H. Farrell.
" Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Herdman en
tertained 12 guests at dinner at the
Field club Saturday evening. A
mound of pink roses and corn
flowers and trailing vines formed an
attractive decoration for the table.
Seymour . Lake
Among reservations for the spe
cial guest dinner-dance Saturday
evening were Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Randall, 8; Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Roth,
6; Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Medlar, 8; Mr.
and Mrs. H. E. Sorensen, 10; Mr.
and Mrs. F. R. Vierling, 7; Mr.and
Mrs. Sam Wertheimer, 10; Mr. and
Mrsl Carl Swanson, 6, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. McCarthy, 14.
Mrs. Charles V. Bone entertained
the following guests at bridge lunch
eon Friday at Seymour Lake Coun
try club: Mrs. E. E. Stickler, Mrs
W. D. Lane, Mrs. Sam Dresher,
Mrs. M. P. Elkjer, Mrs. W. Ward,
Mrs J. H. Larson and Mrs. J. W.
Splcial Aunt Dinah chicken din
ner will be served Sunday evening.
Dinner-dance and special program
is being planned for the Fourth at
Place in a bowl half pound gran
ulated sugar, one quart luke warm
water; squeeze in the juice of three
medium, - sound lemons, the grated
rind of one lemon, the white of an
egg. Briskly mix with a wooden
spoon foro five minutes, strain,
press through a cheesecloth into a
bowl half a pint preserved straw
berries, add two drops - carmine
Swiss kirchwasser and add to the
above with a wooden spoon; freeze
as any sherbert and serve in sher
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In these strpniihii evait5no- t;-moa
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when and what they eat. Soon they
get nervous, irritable, suffer from
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time, have no ambition, lose
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they are temporary makeshifts.
But do act wisely, and begin the use
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the most glorious chapter
in the pages of human history, a
day that thrills with achievement;
a day that electrifies the orld,
opening a new flood -of life in
ike heart of all nations.
The Star of Peace has
burst through the clouds in a
hlate of glory and behold-anew
world has been born.
Monday. ' x x
Chapter B. F. of P. E. O. wili
meet Monday at Cherry Croft, the
home of Mrs. John Welch, to hear
the reports from the convention. A
picnic supper will be held after the
The Sojourners' club will meet
Tuesday, at the Carter Lake club.
Mrs. Daniel Moore will be hostess
at a 1 o'clock luncheon.
Omaha Spanish club will meet at
Springlake View park - Twentieth
and F streets, Tuesday at 8 p. m.
Prettiest Mile Ladies' Golf club
will meet Tuesday with Mrs. Oscar
Norene, Crown Point avenue.
The Ladies' auxiliary to Clan
Gordon will meet Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. G. A.
Dunn, 4149 Burdette street.
Joan of 'Arc Club Will
Give Minstrel Show at
x" Krug Park.
The ladies of the Joan of Arc
club claim the Orpheum road shows
have nothing better than the min
strel show to be staged by members
of their organization at Krug ark,
Monday night, June 30. Nightly re
hearsals have been taking place and
the actresses have practiced the art
of make-up until they declares them
A large number of tickets have al
ready been sold. The proceeds will
go to the Joan of Arch fund, which
is used for charitable purposes.
HI S is a great
day! A day
that marks the
II i as ib iav ' ,jt
SETS THE PACE
A son, Francis Joseph 3d, was
born Monday June 16, to Mr. and
Mrs. Frank J. de la Vega, jr. Mrs.
de la Vega was formerly Miss
Lieut John F. Bowen has return
ed from 17 months overseas service
and is visiting his mother, Mrs. Wil
liam R. Bowen. He-will leave next
week for Fort D. A. Russell, where
he will receive his discharge.- He
will then go to resume his work -in
Montana with the United States
forest service. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus E. Harris and
daughter, Jane, left Saturday for
Kentucky, where they will visit rela
tives during the summer. They will
not return to Omaha, as they will
go to Minneapolis, where they in
tend to make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. James Foster have
gone to Kansas and will later go
to Illinois. They will return in fall.
Miss Adelaide Fogg left Satur
day to spend the motvths of July
and August studying the latest so
cial -and aesthetic dances under
New York dancing teachers and
will visit some time in the Berk
shire mountains in September.
. Mrs Mabel Fonda Garreisson,
w.ho has been abroad doing war
work, has landed inNew York City.
Mrs. W. H., Bucholz and Arden
Bucholz have returned from the
Misses Esther Dugher and Jean
nette Sample left Saturday evening
arfh o0h Untt CotoarbUni
The blood of stagnant
races is astir. The world is to be
rebuilt. Our Government's grip
on industry is loosed and the
nation again turns to business
On this memorable day,
let us pledge ourselves anew to
the principles of whole-hearted
democracy; to the faith that right
makes might; and let us dedicate
ourselves in thought and deed to
the ideal of 'Peace on Earth
Good Will Tcfward Men" with a
devotion that is holy.
for Denver and Colorado Springs,
where they will spend three weeks.
They will return by way of Kansas
City, where they will visit Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Gurdon Wattles,
with Miss Mary and Miss Margaret
Wattles, will leave the first of the
week for their home at Hollywood,
'Lieutenant Robert Gise, who has
been visiting here since his return
from overseas, has left for Seattle,
Wash., to -resume his former po
sition. Mrs,. George . Cassels Smith Is
spending a few days in Chicago and
Mrs. Warren Rogers and Miss
Mildred Rogers left Saturday for
West Harwich, Mass.
Miss Eleanor McGilton is spend
ing several weeks in Chicago and
Milwaukee before returning home
Morton and Thompson Wakeley,
who have been attending Cornell
university, have returned home for
frte&gl THE BEST
1.V 7 Aiis,t,s -Aunuv
Who are Stout
Fat is fatal to health and-beautyw
Reduce weight sensibly and easily;
improve your health and figure
Avoid heart trouble, wrinkles, ner
vousness, weaknesses, etc., besidei
embarrassment, due to obesity.
Look and feel younger. Walk
sprightly. Let your eyes sparkle
with new fervor. Surprise and de
light your friends. Be a girl again I
Go to the druggist, get a small
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follow directions of the korein sys
tem. Reduca. 10 to 60 punds under
guarantee. Eat all you need tin
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Don't bother about going through'
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Kotalko is an ointment. It had succeeded '
in many eases of baldness, falling hair
and dandruff when every other hair lotion
or treatment has proved futile. A $300
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Why become Air remain bald if you can
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growth through Kotalko, why not you? Get
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Hair is bv far tha
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bv simnlv disso1vino a tpasnnnnfiil
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ONE OF ROOSEVELT'S
TEETH KILLED HIM
Prominent Writer in Ladies' Home .
Journal Says Infected Tooth
Killed Great American. f
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Roosevelt's teeth were famous
the world over. His were, perhaps,
the most photographed and most
cartooned set of teeth in the world
In fact, the attribute bf Roosevelt
most clearly remembered was his
Yet, one of these teeth killed
him, saya the Ladies' Home Journal,
True enough, his death was
caused directly by what physicians
called "pulmonary embolism." But
the cause of this fatal ailment it
traced to an infected tooth which
passed its poisonous germs through
his system and weakened the blood
vessels, which burst and caused his
PYROS, the new chemical phe
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infection took hold. Had it been,
America might have been spared its
greatest citizen. "
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man and woman now has available
this wonderful relief which was de
nied to Roosevelt with all his re
sources. Medical science is showing more
and more clearly that many ob
scure, little understood diseases
have their origin in diseased teeth
Many mouths full of teeth are be
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powers of PYROS are not known.
But this is no longer 'necessary
PYROS is so powerfully penetratinj.
and highly antiseptic that it goes
right through the gum and tooth
root tissues where it exercises its
germ-destroying effects directly on
the pus sacks forming there and
scattering their poisons through the
system, just as Roosevelt's did.
If your gums are spongy and ten
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touch. If they are receding or if
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out of five people past 40 have py
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which is now being greatly reduced
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