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THK BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1921.
( Bride at Home
A lovely , home wedding was.'
solemnized Shrove Tuesday evening,'
when MUs Mildreth Street, daughter
of , Mr. and Mrs." G. W. Street,
became the bride of William Boyer.
Dean J. A. Taneock of Trinity cathe
dral officiated at ' the double-ring
ceremony -in the presence of rela
tives and friendi of the couple.
A boker of pink and white rotes
formed an altar effect, before which
he bridal party stood. The bride
rai given in marriage' by her father.
Miss Georgia street, sister of the
bride, was bridesmaid. She wore a
girlish gown of pink satin combined
with . beaded Keorgette. Her arm
bouquet was of pink roses.
i The bridal gown - was of white
?v satin : draped with silver lace and
made with short skirt and plain bod
ice, i he veil was ot tulle; A
huge shower bouquet of white roses
completed the costume.
.Maurice Street, brother, of the
bride, was best man. .
Little Jack : Van Camp carried
the rinea on a white satin pillow.
Misses Mildred and Margaret Bliss
played the wedding march. They
were gowned in pale blue.
Immediately after the ceremony a
reception was held . for the guests.
Miss Odessa Peak and John Murray
assisted. Members of the Kappa
Fsi Delta - sorority, of which the
bride is a member, also assisted.
The bride's going-away costume
vn of midnight blue panne velvet.
- After a short honeymoon trip the
piiple will be at home at the Aveer
-.The'tnarriasre of Miss Helen Ade
laide Ruff, daughter of Mr. and
jlrs. William C Ruff, of St. Paul,
and Arthur Scribner or Omaha, took
place Tuesday evening at the Epis
conalian church of St. John, the
Evangelist, in St. Paul. Rev. E. M,
Ooss read the marriage lines.
The bride was given away by her
father. She wore a gown of white
satin, made with long bodice, square
neck, silver girdle and short sleeves.
A long court train of satin hung
from the shoulders. The tulle veil
was held in place by a cap effect
o; lace. A shower bouquet of lilies
of the valley and orchids was car
tied. Mrs. L. W. May, jr., sister of the
bride, matron of honor, wore green
chiffon and carried sunburst roses.
Clifford Calkins of Omaha was best
man. The ushers were L. W. May.
jr.. and W. C. Ruff, 2d., of St. Pauk
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Scribner, pa
rents of the groom, and Mr. , and
Mrs. Clifford Calkins, all of Omaha,
v.ere in the receiving line at the
reception at the Ruff home after
the ceremony. i
Mr. Scribner and his bride will be
at home at the Mercer apartments
in Omaha after. March 15. They
are taking a southern trip. , :.
For Bride-to-Be. (
Mrs. Joseph Langfellner and Mrs.
eorge Clarke entertained at lunch-
eon at the home of the former Tues
, day to honor Miss Faye Simon, who
' will be a February, bride. White
roses and ferns were used in the
decorations. The guests included
Mesdames Frank Jackson, Frank
Simon, G W. ' Martin, George
Finnerty, Andrew Anderson, Harry
Murphy, L. D. Porter, Charles Hen
drickson, George French andHom-
. er Wheeler. ' . .
Luncheon for Miss Coldren. ;
Mrs. Leslie Johnson was hostess
at a well appointed luncheon at the
University club Tuesday to honor
ner house guest, miss mien .Mar
garet Coldren of Milford, la. Val
. entine place cards and individual
corsage bouquets marked ifie places.
The centerpiece was in, pink and
white, as were the other appoint
ments. The guests included Mes
dames Jack N. Baldwin, Morris
Dunham, Fred Baumeister of Coun
cil Bluffs, George Mtachami Paul
Bradley,.). F. Purney and Floyd
Kinyoun. , Luncheon was followed
by bridge. -. .. ;
'' . For Mrs. Watson, : v .
, ' Mr. and Mrs. Ludovic Crofoot en-
tertained at dinner at their home
Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs.
E M. Watson of Paris, formerly
Frances Nash, who is visiting at the
E. W. Nash home. Covers were
-wa - t. .-a r.. -
Hosford. : Mr. and Mrs.' Robert
Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Brinker. Misi Daohne Peters.' Barton
Millard and Francis Gaines:
For Denver 'Visitors. "
Mrs. John Kennedy enter
tained at a bridge luncheon of 12
covers at her home Monday, honor
in Mrs. Benjamin: Bates .of. Den
ver, tht guest of Mrs?; Henry T
Clarke, and Mrs. T. H, Reynolds
of Denver, the guest of Mrs.W0
Ifatn Hill Clarke. : Both visitors
left Tuesday for their homes. ' -'.
Bridge - Luncheon. , v
Mrs. Herman Htrsehman A and
'Mrs., Jack Shapiro entertained, at
bridge-luncheon for 20 guests at
, tht Fontenelle Tuesday afternoon in
honor of Mrs. Arthur Stein of Min
neapolis, and Mrs. F. M. Krasne of
Fulierton, Neb. v
For Mrs. Ringwalt ; .
Mrs. George Voss entertained at
luncheon at the Omaha club for
eight guests Tuesday in honor of
Mrs. Joseph Garneau Ringwalt of
New York City, who is visiting
Airs. J. XC Kmgwait
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i Pr Abbi V. Holmes to Speak.
CQx.' Abbie Virginiaj Holmes will
give a health talk at a meeting of
the Frances WUlard W. L, X. U.
Wednesday afternoon, 2 a'clock, at
the home of Mrs. L. 'B. Webster,
2122 Spencer street.' i
Vocal solos will be given by Mrs.
The meeting is open to the public.
Judge Howard Kennedy will speak
on hi f!hiMrn' foHp fnnimis-
ision" at a mcetino- of thp Omaha
School ,. Forum Thursday afternoon
at 4:15 o'clock in the auditorium of
Central High school..
A short business session will fol
low. . ' '
Daughters of Isabella.
Daughters of Isabella will meet
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the
Knights of Columbus hall.
Omaha W. C. T. II. Wednesday, S p. m.,
business meeting, T, W. C. A.
Omaha Woman's Prrtu Club Wednes
day, 3:15 p. m., Y. W. C. A.
- Tjk Salle Club Wednesday, 7:80 P. m.,
Chamber of Commerce, Parlor A.
S. JT. A. P. P. Y. Club Wednesday vo
nlnt. supper, Social Settlement bouse.
Alpha Tau ' Omega Wednesday. 13 to
1:30 p. tn., luncUeuu, Chamber of Com
Kappa Kappa Gamma Wednesday, S
p. m., with -Mrs. Robert McCague, 411
North Forty-ninth street, i
Omaha Woman's Club, Mnslo Department
Wednesday, S p. m., T. W. C. A. audt-
Mrs. A. V. Drcshcr was re-elected
president of the Dundee Woman's
Patriotic club at the annual business
meeting Monday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Maynard Swartz
Mrs. W. J. Culley was chosen v:ce
president and Mrs. Fred A." Saffran
secretaryrtreasurer. ' ,' .
The club contributes to local char
ities and has established a fund for
purchasing eye glasses for. children
whose parents 'are "rot able to do so
ihe next meeting .win be heio at
the 'home of Mrs.; L. M. Swindler,':
4835 Dodge streets Monday. Feb-
ruiry 21. . . i'- t:
braska college of medicine,' where
he enrolled as a freshman. , ; Mr.
Root and Miss Ardis Carter, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Car-;
ter, were married in Council Bluffs
Saturday. Mr. Root is a member
of Delta Tau and ot Nu ' Sigma" Nu
fraternities. The bride attended!
Brownelt Hall and Mount.. Ida sem
inary at Boston.
At present the couple are at the
Carter home, but will move to the
Dartmoor apartments the latter part
of the week. "
Kappa Alpha Theta -will meet
Wednesday afternoon at the home i
of Mrs. Guy Cox, Miss Marguerite
Marshall will' assist the hostess. .
I Sehool Isl !
torlum. Chorus rehearsal, followed by
Lteturo Court Wednesday, 11 o'clock,
noon, 30 Balrd building, Seventeenth and
Douglas streets, .
A. C. A. Pomtttlo Education Seetlos
Wednesday, 1:30 p. m., with Mrs. Herbert
rotter, tlt Davenport street. .
BoekfoH CoUcge Aswirlatlnn Wednes
day afternoon with Miss Minnie Sted
tngr, 1414 South Tenth street.
Omaha Council Catliolle Women Wed
neKdsy, 1 p. m chapter room, St. oclllas
catlicdral, Fortieth and Hurt (treeik.
R E. O. Sisterhood, Chapter B. K.
AVednesday. 2 p. m., with Mrs. M. D,
Cameron, SIS North Thirty-second avenue.
A. 0. A. Drama Section Wednesday, 4
p. m., with Mrs. Anna Kayinond, 6107
California street. airs. William Burton,
reader. , ,
Lertore on Modurn History Wedriesdav.
4 p. m., Ouchesne ci'ltcge and Convent of
Sacred Heart, --Thirty-sixth and Burt
Frailer WUlard W. C. T. IT. Wednes
day, i p. m.. with Mrs. I,. B. Webster. 2122
Sponcer street. Mrs, Webster will have
churge of the program. . .
Panla Club cf the Itankh Old Peonle's
Home Wednesday, I p. ra., with Mrs.
K. C. Anderson, 31( North Twenty-third
street. Monthly meeting.
. Emphasis With Sleeves
A beautiful neck and shoulder line
in one of a woman's greatest assets,
hud Dame Fashion, recognizing this,
is kind enough to' introduce styles
which will allow the fortunate pos
sessor to emphasize it. ,
If a sleeve is set-in one the ma
terial is cut well away from the edge
of the shoulder so that the curve of
the top of the arm may be seen. With
frocks the sleeve is usually attached
to a fitted lining or foundation, while
on suits this result is obtained; by the
manner in which the sleeve is ex
tended into tli?body of the garment
Problems That Perplex
Dear,Mlss Fairfax: I urn 16 years
old and Jiave ho pare-nts. I work at
whatever I can and aa hard times
have) caught rneI rannot make
enough to buysniy clothes.. .Would
you please have anyone you know
of to send me some old clothes. I
would appreciate it vory much. Re
spectfully yours, ' M. J
You did not give your slse. It
would also b better to stato the
particular garments ' needed." I
hope, however, some one will come
to your aid. . .- . f ,
C. TI. H.i I have only., your
side of the story,' but judglwr from
what you say, it sounds as though
your boy friend had a bad disposi
tion. ! would advise you to speak to
him if you meet him, because that
Is a courtesy any person ought to
snow another. - I would not ask him
anything about the matter If I were
you, for you have done no wrong
that you know of. ' It Is he who
should come and,, apologize to you.
He may be angry because you
walked to school with another boy,
If bo, I would not worry or bother
about him at all, for he Is only act
ing In a foolish wity.1
Anxious: There are second-hand
stores in umana ana uineoin, dui i
couldn't undertake to make the sale
for you. If you lived in Omaha, I
would suggest that yon run an ad
In the "want-ad" section. The best
advice I can give you Is to send
youf garments to some friend In
Omaha and aslr her to advertise and
and dispose of them for you. This
would be quite a favor to ask, how
ever, Make Own Flavoring
. If you will save all your orange
peelings, dry them and then pound
them atid put in a bottle, you will;
have a delicious - flavoring and a
cheap one. .. Cakes and puddings are
much improved when this flavoring
Knowing and Living
Of all men perhaps the book lover
needs most to be reminded that
man's business here is to know for
the sake of living, not to live for the
sake of knowing. Frederic Harri
Princess Anikrgi of the Cherokee
tribe has taken up aviation with the
view of becoming the first of her
race to win a flying license.
Alpha Theta Chi. '
Joseph Fradenburg was host
to members of Alpha Theta Chi at
his home Tuesday evening. -This
was the - nrst meeting ot Umaha
alumni for t921. , ,
Fort Crook. Y;
Mrs. Fred Chamberlain and Miss
Dorothv Chamberlain were ' hoit-i
esses to the Fort Crook Bridge club1
Tuesday afternoon at the post.
Miss Daisy Doane. who has been
ill with tonsilitis, has recovered.
Mrs. Mary Fitch" is ill at the Col
onial. -Her condition is considered
Mrs. II. S. Sniaiis is ill at the
Bransford hotel. She is suffering
from the effects of a fall.
r Mr. arid Mrs. Carl Miller of Chi
cago spent, Sunday and Monday at
the Fonteiielle. They were enroute
to .California. ' Mrs. Miller was for
merly Miss Alice Drake of this city;
: ; Mrs. Rj B. Schneider and Miss
Margherite Schneider of Fremont
left Monday to spend six weeks in
the west. They will go directly to
Los Angeles and will later spend
some time in Seattle and Portland, -f,
Mrs. Arthur -Pinto is .visiting her
parents, Mr. arid ;Mrs. H. D. Fisher,
in Florence, . Wis., where she went
to attend the celebration of the 60th
wedding anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs Fisher. Mrs. Pint6 will visi
a sister, Mrs. H. J. Payne, in 'De
troit, before returning home. '.'".
According to word received here, a
son, Arnold Herbert, was born Jan
uary 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Jay Viener
of Nebraska City. Mrs. Viener was
fcrmerly Pauline Lieberman of this
citv. a daughter of Herman Lieber
man and a sister of ; Mrs. Henry
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'A meeting is called by Mrs. Jrving
Baxter and Mrs. Halleck Rose, rep-
resenting the former Equal Fran-;
chise society, for Wednesday after
noon at 3:30 o'clock, Fontenelle ho-)
tel, mezzanine floor, to which rep-?
resentatives of any or all organiza
tions in the city who are interested
in good citizeiship are invited. One
representative from each Such organ
ization is desired.
The; specific ' object an view is a
citizenship school to be conducted in
Omaha by Mrs. H. H. Wheeler of
Lincoln, beginning probably this
-L-nth ArrnrHinor nrcnt n1an
""tthe school will take the form of 10-
lectures, one each week, through J
vu-week' period. . I be tormer bqual
franchise society has taken the ini
tial steps in bringing Mrs. Wheeler
here and will, largely .finance the
project. If 200 Omaha women in
Omaha can be secured for the school
the charge may be as low as 50 cents
per, person for the entire, series,
which would amount to 5 cents per
person for each lecture. . ';
The League of Women Voters has
already signified its willingness to
co-operate in this movement and has;
aoooin ted Mrs. Irving Baxter chair
man of a committee from its body.
Other organizations Vlio' are being
reached by telephone include the
Woman's club. Fine Arts, ' Drama
league,, Tuesday Musical, , Parent-
Teachers' ,, associations, , Mothers',
ciubs, chautauquqa circles, A. C. A.,
School 'Forum, Benson Woman's
club, South. Omaha Woman's, Dun
dee Woman's, W. C. T. U., G. A. R.
W. R. C, P. E. O., Eastern Star,. D.
A- R.i Daughters of Isabella and nu
merous other groups. V
'. "An invitation is not necessary, for
this meeting,',' according to the .com
mittee. "We shall welcome a rep
resentative -from any organization in
this, city; which is m sympathy . with
the citizenship school idea," they say.
rinkit for health
7here is two "fold
A MHMOC '
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' you xill enjoy euery sip, because of :
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; Instant Postum is made instantly '
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1 There is no waste thats economy.
"There s aReasozi 9 (or Postum
-All grocers cany it J
h - . -Two ways the rivers
Leap down to different seas,, and as
, . they roll r -
Grow deep, and still, and their ma
jestic presence - ...
Becomes a benefaction to the towns
They . visit, wandering silently
am'oncr them. ;
Like patriarchs old among their shin-;
ing tents. . " , '''
H. W. Longfellow;
Luncheon for Visitor,'
1 Sirs. Ross Towle entertafdtdVat a
luncheon of 10 covers at her home
Tuesday in 'honor of Mrs. ''John
Frederick - Christiansen ' of Chicago,
who is visiting Mrs. C'Louis Meyer.
For Mrs. Baxter. ,
Mrs. Fred Hill entertained 5 in
fonnally at luncheon at her -home
Tuesday fc Mrsi Donald Baxter of
Grand- Rapids, Micrc, a guest it, the
w. w. &Ubaogh home. '
' : Georse 'Craab W. H. C -
George Crook Woman's Relief
- corps will meet Friday afternoon at
2 oVlock in Memorial hall, Court
- house. - ":'
Fraternity Man Continues Studies.
JCullen Root, son of Mr." and
Mrs. Harry Root, plans to, continue
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' Sugar Cured Skinned Hams or Whole) .. ... ....... . . . .24c
Choice Pork Loin Chops .18c
Choice Round Steak . ... .......... ..... .... .18c
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Choice Boston Butts ........... 17c
Fresh Spare , Ribs . . , . . . . . ., A22c r
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Small Lean Pork Shoulders .... 14c
Choice Pork Loin Chops . . ... .18c
Fresh Neck Ribs, 4 lbs. . . . . ; . . .25c
Fresh Pig Ears, 4 lbs. . . . -. . . . . .25c
Fresh Pig Feet, 4 lbs. 25c
Fresh Side Pork . . . . . . .... ... .22c
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Compound, per' lb.
' Fresh Pig Snouts . ,
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ChoicerVeal Legs (2 or Whole) i21c
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Choice Beef Pot Roast . . . . . . . 10c
Prime Beef Rib Roast . , . . . . .17c
Choice Round Steak . '..1 . , . 1 . . ,17c
Choice Sirloin Steak . . . .'. . t . :. . 20c
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Fancy Pork and Beans, 3 cans . . . 32c
Fresh Peanut Butter, per lb. . ,17c
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least every other year. The
accumulation of soil and dust
cannot be prevented by brush
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this work. --
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