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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1920)
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Studded with llarl unutterably bright,
Through which the moon's unclouded grandeur rolls,
Seems lika a canopy which lova haa apraad
Ta curtain har altping world.
I hold it truth, with him who sings.
To ona clear harp in divers tones.
That men may rise on etepplnf-stonea
Of their dead selves to higher things.
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American Legion Ball
, Be an Informal
Many inquiries liave come to Airs.
H. ; Baldrige, chairman of the
Woman's auxiliary of the American
legion, regarding the gowns to be
worn at the Auditorium dance Fri
day evening. Mrs. Baldrige says the
dancing party is informal and guests
may wear what they consider appro
priate. The men are not asked to
appear in uniforms.
Mrs. James B. Cree has invited the
300 members of the Cecelia club to
Mrs. J. W. Carberry, buyer of
suits and gowns at the Eldrege-Rey-liolds
company, will give a dinner
party at the Fontenelle Friday even
ing preceding the dance to mem
bers of her department. They will
go from the Fontenelle to the Au
ditorium to attend the dancing party.
The wedatng of Miss Hedvic Pro
vaznik and Louis B. Vlasak took
place Thursday morning at 8 o'clock,
at St. Wenceslaus church, Rev. John
Vranik officiating. The bride is a
graduate of the University of Ne
braska. Mr. t Vlasak also attended
the State university. After an east
ern wedding trip Mr. Vlasak and his
bride will be at home at 1514 Wil
' The engagement of Miss Margaret
Erickson and Herman Neilson was
announced at a Valentine party
given Wednesday evening at the
home of Miss Vera Wesin for the
members of the J. F. F. club. The
wedding will take place in the early
Golden Wedding Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Tschida will
celebrate their golden wedding at
their home on West Dodge street,
Monday, February 16.
Mr. Tschida was born in the little
village of Anndow, Hungary, 72
years ago. His wife, who was
formerly Miss Marie Wachtler, was
born in St. Johann, Hungary, 69
years ago. They were married at
Since May 9, 1885, they have lived
in Omaha. They have three chil
dren, S. J. Tschida. Mrs. Charles,
Lfebentritt and Mrs. Adolph Lieben
stritt, and 18 grandchildren, all of
whom reside near them.
The Kappa Phi fraternity will give
their annual ball, Friday evening,
February 13, in the ballroom of the
W. D.,T. Club Benefit Dance.
The W D. T. club of the Y. W.
C. A. will give a benefit dance at the
Prettiest Mile club Friday evening
for their French orphan and the
Chinese missionary fund.
Children's Matinee Dance.
The Children's matinee dancing
class of the Prettiest Mile club will
entertain at! a valentine party Satur
day afternoon. Each member may
invite one guest.
Mrs. E. A. Wurster of Milwaukee,
Wis., is the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Charles Beaton, and Mr.
Mrs. Milton Kimball of Bath, Me.,
who was formerly Miss Helen Ing
wersen, arrived Wednesday to visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. J.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bruner
returned Sunday from a trip to New
York, Boston and Providence.
Mrs. S. D. Barkalow, who is spen
Mrs. S. D. Barkalow, who is
spending the winter in New York,
was chosen by the Omaha chapter,
Daughters of the American Revo
lution, Tuesday, to represent the
chapter at the Continental congress
in Washington the week of April
Mrs. T. E. Dailcy, who leaves
Friday for New York City to at
tend the wedding of her brother,
Ralph Coad, to Miss Laura Calla
han of Staten Island, N. Y., will
spend a month in the east and visit
Mrs. Thomas Heyward at Pitts
burgh, before returning home.
Mn. C. J. Smyth of Washington,
D. C, arrives in about 10 days hence
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Clar
ence Sibbernsen and Mr. Sibbern
sen. Miss Katherine Smyth left
Washington today 'to attend the
Mrs. E. W. Nash and daughter,
Miss Francis Nash.'left Sunday eve
ning for New York City, where
Miss Nash will tjive concerts, one to
be given at Columbia university.
Mrs. Fred Hamilton, whf recent
ly underwent an operation at the
Stewart hospital, has been removed
to her home and is convalescing.
A son. who has been named
Arnold Murray, was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Max Granat Monday
morning at Stewart Maternity hos
pital. A son was born at the Methodist
hospital Friday to Mr. and Mrs.
Louis W. Home.
Mr. and Mrs. C W. Rus.sell leave
the latter part of February for a
southern trip including Washing
ton, D. C, and Old Point Comfort,
Va., returning home about the first
Miss Eleanor McGilton leaves
Friday for San Antonio, Tex., and
other southern points, to remain for
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stott
have purchased a home at 424 N.
Forty-first street and will take
possession March 1.
Major and Mrs. R. L. Hamilton
have taken the E. W. Guntner home,
320 N. Fortieth street, during the
absence of Mr. and Mrs. Guuther,
who are sojourning in the east.
Mrs. Richard Kitchen has gone
to Los Angeles, Cal., to spend the
remainder of the winter.
A son was born to. Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil W. Berryman, both well
known pianists of this city, on Sun
George Murphy, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. R. Murphy, left Sunday for
Worcester, Mass., where he will
attend Holy Name college.
Mrs. , Harold Sobotker has re
turned from Chicago where she was
the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. L.
Cornwell and Mr. Cornwell.
leave. She is entirely recovered from
her recent illness.
Dr. C. Vj Erwin of Lincoln, who
has been visiting his sister, Mrs.
Charles Ashton and Mr. Ashtdn, has
Mrs. Charles Offutt and daughter,
Miss Virginia Offutt, and Casper E.
Yost are leaving Thursday to spend
a few weeks at Excelsior Springs,
Mrs. William Andersoi, leaves
this evening for Excelsior Springs,
Mo.,., to remain two weeks.
Mrs. W. A. C. Johnson will leave
the latter part of the month for New
York City to spend a few weeks.
Miss Elizabeth T. Allenj, who is in
service at Fort McHenry, Md., has
just returned to duty after a several
weeks' trip to Porto Rico on sick
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Switzlerare
in Beaufort. S,- C, where thev will
remain until spring.
Miss Ida Sharp, who sprained her
ankle a week ago, is now able to be
Mrs. E. E. Calvin lias gone
to California to join her daughter,
Mrs. Austin, and Miss Nellie Calvin.
Miss Jessie Law has returned
from a trip to New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Carse of
Grand Island, who were married last
Monday, are visiting Mr. Carse's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Carse.
They will also visit Mr. Carse's sis
ter. Mrs. A. J. Faul, and Mr. Faul
of Council Bluffs.
Miss Lucile Lathrop, who is at
tending the University of Colorado
at Boulder, is convalescing from an
attack of influenza. Miss Lathrop
is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Luluh T. Andrews of Lin
coln spent Wednesday ' in Omaha.
She was en route to Chicago.
C. E. Ailing of Keokuk, la., is in
William Parnell returned Thurs
day from a short visit in Denver.
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How to Make Up
For the home, the street and social affairs.
Sane, sensible suggestions by
Douglas County Association of
Nebraska Pioneers will hold its
regular meeting at 2:30 p. ni. Thurs
day in the county commissioner's
room at the court house.
Mr. and Mrs. Birger Kvenild will
entertain 12 guests at a bridge-dinner
at their home Saturday evening.
Valentine decorations will be used.
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About Getting Slender.
We are going to talk about get
ting thin then we will tell you thin
women how to get fat. You always
want to know. I don't know why.
Fleshy women would do well to
begin a course in physical culture.
It's difficult to make yourself take
vigorous exercises if you haven't
ever had them. Join a class till
you get the habit, and then you
will be more likely to take them at
And if you are fat don't oh,
don't wear stripes that run around,
and do your hair pompadour, and
ruffle your skirts, and wear short
coats with flounc.es below the waist
line that make you look like a bar
If you are well corseted, and then
dress in the things fat women
should wear, people won't notice
that you are fleshy. They will get
an impression that is delightful
when they see you, and your form
will not be as prominent as a black
If you are stoop-shouldered,
throw the shoulders back every
minute you can remember to do so,
bringing the shoulder blades as
nearly together as possible. Wear
shoulder braces if they don't get on
your nerves. Sometimes they do,
and then they are a nuisance. They
wouldn't bother you so much if you
would try to stand straight while
you are wearing the braces, and not
make them do the entire work.
That's what tires you when you
wear braces. You must help them
in their corrective work.
One of the best exercises for
driving fat away from the hips is
this: Take a small stool or chair in
your hands, and raise your arms
above your head, taking a deep
breath as you do so. Expel the
breath as you lower the stool or
chair to the floor. This is strenuous
but entirely effective for strengthen
ing the muscles of the back and tak
ing flesh from the hips.
And swim! It's wonderful to
swim into beauty and it can be
done. Swimming makes attractive
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Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Mealio enter
tained at their home Monday eve
ning in honor of the 77th birthday
anniversary of Mrs. Mealio. The
evening was spent in cards and
music. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. Charles H. Marley, Mr. and
Mrs. B. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Mealio, the Misses Myrtle Cole,
Edna Cole, Jennie Pippin and Mrs.
Amelia Story of Chicago.
Mrs. John Webster Towle will
give a bridge party Friday after
noon at her home, in honor of Mrs.
Warren Breckenridge and Mrs.
Milton Kimball of Bath, Me. Forty
guests will be present.
The employes of the United States
bank gave a dancing party at the
Prettiest Mile club Wednesday eve
Fifty reservations have been made
for the Valentine dinner-dance,
which will be given Saturday even
ing at the 'Prettiest Mile- club.
Among those who will entertain
are: Victor Reynolds, who will
have 14 guests; D. H. Hawk, 18;
George Nichols, 16, and E. B. Ges
Francis J. Gable Coming.
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Standing in my window
Against a pink sky
Many little nobs
From out the soil
To equal their perfection
These human artists struggle
But none attains it.
Your waxen blossoms
Of six tall stems
Like crimson butterflies.
From the tubes.
You are but a trinket
Of God's handiwork
Like other flowers
And common folks
And me. 1
We are all fashioned
After His designing.
And so I know
Will take away
Rend the lovely
From your stalks
A battered heart
Torn and uncovered
To the capricious world.
Out into the discards ; ,
You must go
With all the rest
Like other flowers
And common folks
Is the law of .life.
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