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THE BEE; OMAHA, FRIDAY, "OCTOBER 9, 1920.
urace Bailey, sister 01 the bride, will
be maid of honor and the brides
maids win be Misses Florence Tenks
Invitations are 'being issued by
enry Pcnsingcr Whituiore for the
marriage of his- daughter, Eugenie
kins of Chicago on Wednesday eve
ning,. November 17,'at Trinity cath
dral. The ceremony will be followed
by a reception at the Omaha club.
Miss Florence Jenks will entertain
members of the Weeks-Bailey bridal
party at her home Friday evening.
Walter W. Weeks, who will be
i marriea saiuraay evening to miss
Louise Bailey, daughter of Mr. and
I Wednesday from his home in New
r tk ,.,.j.i;. ...mi i !.
. he wcuuuiK wmi lane (Jiaic 411
parlors of the First Presbyterian
ciiurch and will be fpnowed by a re
ception in the church parlors. Miss
and Martha Noble. Harold Nara-
mor of Bridgeport, Conn., will act
as best man. " The ushers will be
' Herbert Negle anjd James Bailey,
brother of the bride.
Assisting at the reception will be
a number of Miss Bailey's sorority
sisters, members oi'Itappa Alpha
Theta. They wilt be Miss Dorothy
, J..yan of Urand Island. Miss Bettv
tNKennedy of Omaha, Miss Margaret
v Ilowej .pf, Omaha, Miss Margaret
. Harmon, bf Lincoln, Mrs. George
; retnng of Nebraska City, and Mrs,
' Kupert Kenner -Xil Hebron. Neb
Othen assisting will ,be Miss Ruth
. Nickum, Miss Elsa Smith, Miss Lucy
.( Garvin, Miss Susannah Jobst of Lin
coin anvMiss tlabeth, jhedd of
1 Mrs. O. Wi Eldridee will sins
Miss Alice Temple, sorority sister
of Miss Bailev. will nlav the weddins
. Mjss Kate Sharrard of Rockford,
111., an aunt of the bride, has arrived
to attend the wedding. ..
Mr. Weeks 'and his bride are to
reside in Marshmonn, Woods, New
; By HELEN DECIE
. Entertained Past Presidents. '
Mrs. A, E. Sheldon of Lincoln
nd Mrs. John Slaker of Hastings
ntertained at a dinner at the Hotel
Pathfinder in Fremont, Wednesday
evening, for the past presidents of
the State- Federation of Woman's
- Clubs. Airs. Sheldon is chairman ot
the past state presidents and Mrs.
Slaker is now president. Those
'.present were Mesdames H. M.
Bushnelt of Lincoln; T; J, Gist, Falls
City; H. L. Keefe of Wathill; F. H.
Cole of Omaha, and Mrs. J. N. Paul
"of St. PauL ' y
Miss HaielVoM and Marinus Nelson,-
both, of 'Millard, Neb., were
married., Wednesday , noon at
Kountze Memorial church; ' Rev.
Mr. Dorr performed the ceremony.
Miss-Voss-is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Chris Voss of Millard. She
is a graduate 6f tBe Omaha Central
High school. The couple left Wed
nesday for l.oiig Beach, Ca!., to
spend the winter.
i Plans for the bazar, November 17
arid 18, t the convent of the Sacred
Heart, Thirty-sixth and. Bert streets,
sire progrejsing'fapidly; ccordingo
picmbers. miss niancne ivmsier,
iormer oresident of the .alumnae,
lias been . appointed auctioneer for
tnVday, : She. will also be in charge,
of the grab bag., Members of the
alumnae met Wednesday at theiiome
V cf Miss Nan Murphy; This group
completed 16 bridge-table, covers
. during the day. , , ,. " ' .
These table covers are unusual in
design and will be one of the inter
esting features of the sale. Six havt
already been bought, but the pur
chase,; cannot taKe'place until the
opening of the' baiar. - .
Phi Rho igma of the University
cf .Nebraska, college of medicine,
will entertain 1 at a dance at . the
t r n :m i p r nniMr .mlui vii v v. v vtn'iHi
Appears in Vaudeville Stunt ,
-Isabel Pearsall of .Omaha, presi
dent of the junior 'class of the Uni
versity of Nebraska in; Lincoln .and
member of Pi 'Beta Phi sorority, ap
peared in a song and dance skit
Monday evening at the American
Legion vaudeville performance ' at
the Lincoln Orpheum. Two men
appeared with her. ,
For Mrs. Beaton". ;,- ,
- Mrs. Blanche laterson cnienuueu
at a kensington at her hony:, Ts-
! day afternoon, in honor of Mrs.
David Beaton of EvinSton,. 111.,. who
is visiting Mrs. Harvey E. Milhken.
Fifteen guests were present t
" Dancing Partv.
Miss Marie Kennebeck entertained
vamenne nonma" v-auv,,, m
eighteen guests were present. .
- A hard time masquerade party will
be given Saturday everting by Aim
chapter, O. E. S., at Masonic temple.
The American Legion band will
give a concert and Halloween party
at the Municipal Auditorium Friday
. evening. The concert will be from
8 to 9 and wilt be followed by danc
ing. Mrs. Allan Tukey will have
charge of a carnation booth And can
teeners under Mrs. Luther Kountze
are to assist at other booths, as will
vwomen from the Florence post -of
. the legion. . , ... . . s.. " "
: ' For Miss Newtjranch. r '
. Mrs. Arthnr E. Rogers entertained'!
at a luncheon of nine eovers at hei
. home, Thursday,, for Miss Kather
ine NewSranch and her wedding at-
tpndajitK Miss Newbranch's mar
riage to Howard Douglas takes
place Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Newbrtnch
will entertain the bridal party at
dinner, Friday evening, at the Ath
letic club. . - ...
' Delta Gamma. -
Members of Delta Gamma were
entertained Thursday afternoon at
the home of Miss Martha Noble.
Miss Hazel Howard ancr Miss Ruth
Mills," November brides, were the
aonor guests. fi
In the great American game the
highest stakes may be won occasion
ally by bluff, rather than by cards
in hand, so that jvith an adept at
poker, four-of-a-ftush raised again
and again may frighten awaysay,
.the holder of a pair of packs. . But
when the four-flusher happens to
raise a player holding a- full house
or four aces or a straight Hush or
even a plain unassorted ' five-card
flush he is forced to throw his hand
into the discard when his bluff is
called and his weakness exposed.
The four-flusher in society bluffs
his way along for a time, but sooner
or later his came is discovered, his
character assets are evaluated at theiri
artii.il wnrth1cnc hi hinft i
Called and his reputation is thrown
into the discard.
(Copyright, 1920, by PiWIo Ledger Co.,
Mrs. James H. McShane returns
Saturday from an extended 'eastern
Mrs. T. M. Finn anf children.
James and Frances, have returned
from a two months' trip to Victoria,
J3. L., and Seattle, Wash, 4
Leona Gruenther is ar the Ncho
las Senn hospital, where she under
went an "operation for the rejnoval
ot her tonsils I hursday morning,
Dr. C. A. Huil left Wednesday
evening for New York City, where
he will join Mrs. Hull upon her ar
rival from France, where she spent
the entire summer.
Mrs. Carrie L. Bryant of Geneva.
Neb, spent Tuesday with her niece,
Mrs. W. K. Loughridge, and Dr.
Loughridge, enroute to Des Moines
to spend 10 days. ,
Mrs. Alexander Pollack andMrs.
Dollie Elgufter and daughter, Vath
erine, have gone to Havana, Cuba,
where they will spend "the winter
with Mrs. Pollack's son, Mark A.
Pollack. J M ! !
E. O. Ames has returned from
California. Mrs. Ames- and the chil
dren will remain in San Francisco
for the winter owing to a recent ill
ness of Mrs. Ames. Oliver is a stu
dent at Palo Alto Military academy
and June is. enrolled at the Catherine
TurkisJi women have asked Kernel
Pasha for permission to form a
woman's death arniy to fighj the
Greeks, .. . , ,'
Unity yPlayers to
The'TInity players will present
Stuart ' Walker's one-act play,
"Nevertheless," Friday evening in
the common room of the Unitarian
church, under the direction, of Mark
Levings. The cast will include Mr.
Levings, who takes the rote of the
burglar; Miss Marjorie Parsons, the
girl, and Harold Campbell, the boy.
The playlet will be - followed, by
dancing. - . i
- Officers of the organization are:
Alan McDonald, president; MVs.
Robert F. Leavens, secretary and
treasurer; Mark M. Levings. director.
Mr. Levins directed andtoofc a
leading parr in the Folk theater pro
ductions last season.
Tickets for the opening perlor-
Woman's Faculty CJub.
At a meeting of the Woman's Fac
ulty club of the University of Ne
braska College of Medicine Wednes
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
G. Alexander Youne it was decided
mance Friday evemn5 may be ob-j,hat the art exhibif o etchings of
i :amous meaical men would be held
c, the day of the dedication of the
new laboratory building, which will
probably take place November 19.
The tea for girl students of the
College of Medicine, which was to
have been given Wednesday after
roonfollowing the business session,
was postponed until the next meet
ing, whkh will be held at the home
of Me. ohn Summers Wednesday
afterifoon, November 24.
tained at the door
During the remainder of the sea
son two or three one-act playlets
will be presented at the perfor
mances which will be given every
D. O. S.
D. O. S. club entertained at a
luncheon of 14 covers at the Hen
ihaw, followed by a matinee at the
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misery. Yon will laugh to see how quick,
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right up and dies so yov can lift it off
with your f inner. It's folly and non
sense to pare ud trim a corn tryin to
tals its pain whea lists-It wiu easily
rid you of it entirely.
"Gets-It" is sold at all drug stores and
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Chicago. . . . . i
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Don't worry about eczema or other
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Zemo generally removes .pimples;
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Dsed By Tksee Gekeiuto
smrrf nt sjaeiur oe Jigraisiooo u lur, ru
Mumrnu annum Co.Hsr.fa, Aruar.,
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A Letter to the Mothers
of Omaha and Vicinity
J. L. Brandeis & Sons
rarls Offlc 1 Rue Ambroise Thomaa
Kew Xerk Office 1261 Broadway
x -,. Omaba
- , . ' ' . : : ' " " October 28N1920
To the Mothers of Omaha tod Vicinity; -
You have been waiting for an opportunity, to save-On your boy's
Winter Suit. You will have that opportunity at Brandeis Stores on Saturday.
On that day we will offer all of tax boys' knicker-bocker suits in three lots
TiMa m.? iin.nfV 1 7.50 and $25.00 - "
lV VMtVW av,WF -T " T - " , j - :
The present prices of these suits range up to $47.50, but on Saturday
yea will have the choice of the house at the three prices named. To the
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We invite every mother to visit our stores Saturday and take ad
vantage of this great opportunity ;
Yours truly, -J.
h. BRANDEIS & SONS
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dresses at the low price of $15.00. These formerly sold, at $25.00 to $35.00.
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m at the low price of 49c. There will be many other f splendid bargains" in
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