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THE EEE: OMAHA. SUNDAY. APRIL 0. 1022.
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SOME ponple are tnor emotional than intellectual.
Great lui been tin wait Irotu numerous qurtcri nent the Salur
urdajr niislit dinner danc at Ilia University club.
What, a Hjnc in Lent.' Disraceul.
Hut the board of director at th cluh thiiiki bffor it acta. It eon
u!t an Lpucopiilun, a J'rctbytrrian, a Catholic and a Unitarian author
it y before it acnedutet a biff affair. And tlx power i that wcr informed
the board that Lent emit Siturday noon.
So the director have amiounred a pot Lenten party for Saturday
niht Saturday will be a say day from noon on, generally ipeaking. Among
thoie who will entertain at the L'nivrriity club danre are Robert Cantt
with a party of 16, Dr. Allyn Moter, Clarenc Spier, Alan McDonald, Frits
Kocniir, K. J. Phelpa, C. I- Thurttcn and V. C. Hawaii.
Mi Vernelle Head will be hoitet Saturday afternoon for Miti Helen
Smith, Mr. Philip Ciray Lovdl and the member of their bridal party at
the opening performance at the new World theater, followed by a tea
danre at the Uurgett-Nakh tea room. ,
Mitt Almarine Campbell will entertain at a birdge party for Mill
Winifred Rrandt. another bride cf next week.
Mr. Howard Haldrige and Mra. Malroln Raldrige will entertain at
luncheon next Saturday for Miti Ccraldine Hen, whose marriage to Doug
la Peter will take ntare Anril 2t.
For Mr. and Mrs, voke.
In honor of Mr. and Mr. W. II
Vohe. who are leaving Tueiday for
Philadelphia, Mr. and Mr, George
Kaimutirn entertained at dinner Fri
day evening. Saturday evening thev
were the gueit of Mr. and Mr; n ill
(.'arey at dinner and bridge. Coven
were laid for 1.
Monday afternoon Mr. Vohe will
be honor gitett at an Orpheum party
riven by Mr. I-arl Merricker. Mr,
and Mr. Yohe are to motor east
tnd will each drive a car. Mr. Vohe
drive a Cadillac, and Mr. Vohe.
Marmon. Mri. Vohe ha no qualms,
a (he it an expert driver and ha
been an officer in the Women' Mo
tor Corp for dome year. They
will follow the Lincoln Highway.
Amonu those who will entertain at
David Warfield'a opening perform
ance in "The Return of Peter Grimm"
at the Brandci next Tuesday evening
art: Dr. Henry Lemere, Alvm John
con. Dr. C. VV. Pollard. E. Pettis. F,
M. Reynolds, Victor Reynold, II.
Kheam, Walter bchroeder, A.
Sistek. A. B. Warren. T. II. Woo
land.C V.Warlield, Walter Thomas,
Sam Rees, Herman Gunther, Dr. M.
I. Oordon, Mrs. L. r. trofoot,
Krodkev. M. Sniesbercer. W. H,
Head, Dr. J. E. Pulver, Harry Unitt,
H. Auerback, Wood Allen, Frank
Koyd, Charles Beaton, Louis Clarke,
Fred Heyn, J. J. Mulvihill, J. G.
Martin, Miles Mcravrlen, r. -S. Mar
tin, Will Mcllugh, W. F. Megeath,
R. R. Lowman, W. R. Adair, Louis
Beck, F. P. Manchester, A. M. Pinto,
For Miss McDermott.
Miss Elizabeth McDermott, daugh
ter of Mrs. Mary McDermott, whose
wedding to Robert Crozier is to take
place April 17, will go to Scotland
on her wedding trip to visit Mr.
Miss Mary Doncly gave a mis
cellaneous shower for Miss McDer
mott Wednesday evening and Mrs.
McDermott entertained the Kensing
ton club in her honor Thursday eve
ning. On Saturday Mrs. Harry
riumb entertained at an afternoon
party for this bride-elect and Satur
day evening Mrs. James McMahon
of Council Bluffs gave a shower for
Attractive Matron Returns for Visit
A Play at Dundee School.
"The Three Wishes" a French
fairy play, under the direction of
Miss Marquerite Beckman, will be
presented at Dundee school Friday
afternoon for the Dundee Improve
ment association. Margaret Waltz,
Elizabeth Hayward and William
Trumer make up the cast.
Lion Club Entertain.
The Lions club entertained mem
bers of the Old People's home Sat
urday morning at the Strand per
formance of "Smilin' Through." Au
tomobiles were provided for the
round trip. D. M. Edgerley was in
charge of arrangements.
, Dr. and Mrs. James P. Slater en
tertained at dinner Saturday seve
ring at their home. Covers were
laid for 12, and the centerpiece was
of pink sweetpeas.
Alpha Delta Pi sorority will meet
for luncheon at the University club
on Saturday, April IS. Reservations
should be made with Miss Helen
Lund, Walnut 3965.
Golden Glow Club.
The Golden Glow club will give a
card party for their charity fund on
Tuesday, April 11. at the W. O. W.
hall. Mrs. J. M. Benish is chairman,
Ivy Club Party.
Rebeckah lodge. Ivy club, will give
a card party and dance Thursday,
April 13, at the I. O.O. F. hall,
Fourteenth and Dodge streets. ,
K. of C. Dance.
The Knights of Columbus will
give an informal dance at the Black
stone Monday, April 7. Wallace
Shepherd's orchestra will play.
Hostess at Luncheon.
Mrs. Fred Aldous was hostess at
luncheon Saturday honoring Miss
Helen Hagedorn. who is the guest
of Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Haney.
Holy Angels Parish.
The Progressive club for the
Holy Angels parish will give a dance
and card party at the Hotel Rome
ballroom Tuesday. April 18.
The Starters club will entertain
at a dancing party Easter Monday
night at St. Bridgets hall, Twenty
sixth and F. streets.
The members of Alpha Phi soror
ity will meet with Miss Ruth
Thompson Monday at 2:30 at the
A son, John N. Baldwin III, was
born at the Stewart hospital April 8
to Mr. and Mrs. John N. Baldwin.
Mr. and Mr. A. D. Mallory re
turned today from Orlando, Fla.,
, where they have spent the winter.
They will move at once into their
Ntiew home in Dundee, which has
been finished during their absence.
Cynthia Anne, the month-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Mallory, will be christened this aft
ernoon at St Barnabas church by the
Rev. Lloyd Holsapple. Father Hol
sapple will act a godfather for the
baby, and her godmothers are to be
Miss Elizabeth Barker and Miss
Emily Burke. The baby is named
for "Mr. Mallory's grandmottier.
Mrs. Mallorv was formerly Miss
Esther Mary Smith.
for Birthday of
Next Saturday is the 100th birth
day of Mrs. William Rothschild and
her descendants for five generation
are gathering this week to do her
honor. On Saturday Mrs. Roths
child's daughter, Mrs. Alexander Pol
lock, and her granddaughter, Mrs,
Dollie Eigutter, will entertain at a
reception at their home from 3 to 6
and front 7:30 to 9:30 for all the
relatives and friends of the popular
centenarian. Mr. Rothschild's
younger sister. Mr. Charlotte Levy,
who i herself 80, will also be ait
honor guest. Mrs. Rothschild's six
children will all be present and seven
of her grandchildren, including Mark
ronack, who is making the trip from
Havana, Cuba, especially for the oc
casion. Her two great-great-grand
children, Frank Charles Kirshbaum
and Jack, are the children of Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Kirschbaum of
Among the out-of-town relatives
who will be here are Mrs. Emma
Hattenback of Sioux City, Mrs. Louis
Herzog of Lincoln and her two
daughters, Mrs. Herman Crossman
of Minneapolis and Mrs. Frank Ric-
bel of Chicago and Minneaoolis. Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Katz. who are livine
temporarily at Marion, III.; Mr. and
Mrs. Imanuel Kinsler of Chicas-o and
mrir nine. gins.
mrs. Koinscnua nas been a resi
dent of Omaha for nearly '0 years,
coming here from Harrisbursr. Kv..
wnere sue went as a bride and where
all her children were born. Sh her.
self was born in 1822 in Sulzcha, Ba
varia, and the eight weeks' trip to
America in a sailing vessel with her
young husband served as a long
Dr. Sanford GifforH ie in Chicago
for two weeks.
Mrs. Martin Langdon left Satur
day for Jolict, 111. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Met, who
are at Biloxi, Miss., will return next
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen McNichols
of O'Neill,, Neb., are spending a
few days in Omaha.
C. M. Gruenther left last week for
Excelsior Springs, Mo., where he
will spend two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesley
Turner of Omaha have arrived at the
Hotel Chatham, New Vork.
Mrs. W. H. Low, who has been in
Chicago with relatives for several
weeks, leaves there today for Boston.
Elliot Marshall, jr., of St. Joseph
is spending the week-end as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. AValter W.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tcmpleton
are spending the week-end in Ne
braska City with Mr. and Mrs. A.
Miss Martha Turner of Lincoln Is
spending the week-end with her sis
ters, Mrs. Alfred Anderson, and Mrs.
Mrs. M. Solomon returned todav
from a month's stay in Chicago and
Ueveland. where she visited her
daughter and sons. .
Mrs. W. A. C. Johnson' and Miss
Katharine McCormick, who have
been in New Yorlcfor two weeks,
will return Monday morning.
Bailey 'Morcom, son "of E. D.
Morcom, is home from Ann Arbor
for his Easter vacation. He attends
the University of Michigan,
Mrs. H. H. McCluer returns Sun
day to her home in Kansas City. She
has been the guest of her sister, Mrs.
5. h. Schweitzer, for 10 days.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Young of
Chicago, former residents of Omaha.
are spending a few days at the Fonte-
nene atter spending tnree weeks in
Mrs. T. J. O'Brien, who has been
visiting her brother. Frank Biirkley
of Omaha, for the past month, plans
to leave this week lor her. nome tn
Dr. W. F. Milroy returned today
from Minneapolis where he attended
a meeting of the American College
of National Medicine, and received
an honorary degree.
Word has been received of the
birth of a daughter April 7 to Mr.
and Mrs. D. W. Degen of Pitts
burg, Kan. Mrs. Degen was former
ly Miss Gertrude Marks of this
Miss Belle Dewey left last week
for New York, where she will re
main until April 20, when she goes
to Baltimore to attend a national
convention of the League of Women
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hunsaker of
Denver -will arrive the end of the
week to be guests at the wedding of
Miss Winifred Brandt and their son,
James Hunsaker, which will take
place April 19.
Fred S. Bertsch will speak on "Art
a Advertising" Mondav evening
7:45 at the Fine Arts gallery, third
floor. Public Library, taking the
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Miss Thomas Nilcs and son. Thomas, jr., of New York City, formerly of Pittsburgh, Pa., arrived a week
ago. for an extended visit with Mrs. Austin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Austin. Mrs. Niles, who was
Miss Eleanor Austin before her marriage, was a popular member of the younger get here.
Thomas, jr., who is making his first visit to Omaha, is named for his father, Grandfather Austin, and. an
uncle, Thomas Austin, jr. He is just IS months old.
Before their return to Omaha the
end of this week, Mr. and Mrs. F.
D. VVead attended the Nebraska
picnic which was held at Sycamore
Grove, near Los Angeles. There
are two of these held each year. Over
1,600 Nebraska badges were sold and
a great many people were unable to
secure any of the yellow tags. There
were over 100 people registered from
Omaha, some of these, however.
were visitors from Omaha and
others former Omalia people who
are making their home in or near Los
The entertainments consisted of
speaking and several clever vaude
ville skits. '
At the picnic were, among others,
Mrs. Walter M. Selby, Mrs. U A,
Welsh, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scott,
Peter Uodike. Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Archibald Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Wattles. Mrs. Hattie Bryson
and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Parish, Mrs.
Grace A. Slater and Chester. ,
Weds Mr. Reed
Mrs. Charles Reed is the bride of
the youngest member of Nebraska
legislature. She was tormeny Mi
Elizabeth Lummus of Miami, and
the marriage took place last Wed
nesday at the First Baptist church
of Miami. The bride's gown was
of silver cloth, made with a silver
lace train, and the matron of honor,
Mrs. J. H. Pero wore a -gown cf
orchid and blue, as did Miss Lucille
Bradv. maid of honor. The other
five bridesmaids were gowned in ir
idescent shades of green, rose, pink,
peach end yellow. J. Newton JLum-
mus acted as best man. A reception
for 400 guests followed the cere
mony. Atter a montn s trip tnrougn
the south, Mr. and Mrs. Reed will
live in Lincoln.
place of Charles Johnson, illustra
tor, previously announced.
Joseph Barker returned Saturday
afternoon from Sheridan. Wyo. He
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. JoVin
Patrick at the P. K. ranch near
Sheridan and was snowbound for
Several days by one of th worst
storms ot tf.e winter.
of t.e win
Miss Pizer Is
Mr. and Mrs. L Berkowiti an
nounce the engagement of Miss An
netta Pizer, talented young dramatic
reader, to Reuben Brown, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Brown of Council
Bluffs. No date has been set for the
Miss Pizer is a southern girl, hav
ing come here from Demopolis, Ala.,
two years ago to make her home.
Many social affairs have ) been ar
ranged in her honor. .
Pioneer Figure of
Omaha people who have spent
happy summers in the Wyoming Big
Horns, at or near the Eaton ranch,
have heard with regret this week of
the death of Howard Eaton, eldest
of the three brother who are so
widely known and admired.
Mrs, W, H. Low has been a fre
quent visitor at the ranch, having
spent seven or eight summers there.
Harry McCormick, too, was a regu
lar visitor. Mr. and 'Mrs. Ray Low
spent a week at the ranch last sum
mer, and Mrs. Barton Millard and
Mrs. John Redick have been there
in the past. The Joseph Barkers
have a ranch nearby and so have
been neighbors of the Eatons, and
Arthur Smith and his son, Hunting
ton Smith, have spent much time in
Howard Eaton, although a man of
74, was remarkably active, and was
accustomed each summer to conduct
a party of 30 through Glacier park
on horseback. Mrs. W. H. Low was
twice a member of the parties. Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Low were at the ranch
last summer when the party returned,
and Howard Eaton had suffered
quite a serious fall from his horse,
but in spite of that he seemed as
energetic as ever. The Eaton broth
ers have been in Wyoming for over
25 years and have been pioneer fig
ures well known to both easterners
Luncheon and Card Club.
Carter Lake Card club will meet
for luncheon and cards Wednesday,
April 12. at the Flatiron rafe. Reser
vation may be made with Mrs. H.
A. Nelson or Mrs. Georee l
Sunset on Sahara.
(Continued From Face On.)
daughter. Her villa by the way is
the show place of Algiers.
We spent a most enjoyable after
noon not long ago with the Countess
de Brazza, a delightful French
woman who is a great-great-granddaughter
of the famous Lafayette.
She has two magnificent paintings
of her noted ancestor and his wife
and draping the pictures are the
American and French flags. Some
years ago she resided in Washing
ton, D. C.vwhen her late husband,
an Italian nobleman was a member
of the diplomatic circles.
At her request Ed (Miss Dow's
brother) and a charming American
woman whose name I can't recall
just now, sang several of our Ameri
can songs including "Swanee River."
That same afternoon we went to a
tea given by a bride, the daughter of
former Governor Harrison of the
Philippines, whose wedding you may
remember I attended shortly after
my arrival here.
I shall be glad to get back to a
warm house. The St. George hotel
is the only place where there is fur
nace heat. The houses here all have
fireplaces in the rooms, but still they
are rather chilly."
The annual ball for the benefit of
St. Tames Orphanage will be given
Wednesday evening, April 19, at the
City Auditorium. Leo A. Hoffman is
general chairman of the committee
in charge of the affair, W. P. Lynch
is vice chairman, and the ticket com
mittee includes Mrs. Dan Gaines,
Mrs. Daniel Farrell, Mrs. J. C. Vana
and the Misses Valeria Madura, Es
sie Graetz and Blanch Kaiser.
A country store will be a feature
of the affair and a Ford touring car
will be given away as a door prize.
Olson's orchestra of 20 pieces will
furnish the music. Tickets are 50
cents and may be obtained from
members of the committee.
lMliu4 fnm r UmI
burner. Raw bed. thinly lieetl. on
ions, bran curd and some ether sturt
were brought pit and cooked it as
ws would utl.li rarebit. Latmg it
with chop ttiik W4 mors compli
cated, a it tended to b mupy like
Hew, but f lie great art it achievable.
"We took rukthawi back to tin
hotel likt ii'i lit. It wat moonlight
and la'e enough to be fairly quiet on
the wide boulevard next the moat
that surrounded the emperor pal
ace. The water lay like a mirror and
the weird, oriental fir trees were re.
fleeted on it like lacquer work. Sud
denly my boy, who wa the lait of
Hi party, jabbered something to ms
f ow and started orf down an ai
ley with me jiggling helplessly after,
while my live companion diap
reared down the other thoroughfare,
lie ran me down a narrow winding
road, lighted only by an occasional
"Where are we going?" I asked
h in. "(jo back with the other.
"He smiled blandly and replied in
Japanese, continuing in the tame di
rection, with me teeung more neip
less all the time. But somehow I
wasn't afraid for one minute. I
liked that boy s face, and he had an
honest air. for all the alleys he was
takinar me through I felt the thrill
of a little adventure, too, but there
was no sign of meeting the others,
and I was about to expostulate
further when we suddenly came In
sight of the hotel. It seems the
main way wa blocked by paving
and my boy knew it and took a
short cut. The others got stuck and
bad to go around another way."
Job's Daughters Organize
Mrs. Fthd Wead Mick,, founder
rst Tk't 11311(7 titf- u jMit t T inrrtlrt
Saturday for the installation of Lin
coln Bethel ot 78 members, umaha
Bethel was organized in May, 192).
This new organization, which
takes in girls who are related to
Masons has Had a remarkable growth
inr Tannarv 1. 1022. It i now
operating in a number of states arid
inquiries are coming from Alaska
A Kernnrl helhet is toon tn be
organized in Omaha. '
Get Acquainted Club.
The Get Acquainted club meets
this evening at 7:.?0 o'clock, First
Unitarian church, Turner boulevard
and Harney street. Mr. and Mrs.
R. B. ledrow will be host ana
The program will include vocal
solos by Harold Thorn, original
rhymes by Dick Viggars and musical
selections by the Thiem trio. There
will be games and community sing
Strangers and lonely folk are wel
Base Hospital Reunion.
Base Hospital 49 is planning a din-
April 22. This will be the third an
nual reunion of the hospital, and the
mmmU tm tn rharT intllH T)r Sail
ford Gifford, Dr. George Boehler and
Dr. A. Greenbtrg.
New Walking Club.
The Walking club of the Catholic
Daughters of America will leave the
Union station Sunday afternoon on
the 2 o'clock train for Crescent, la.
The walk will be from Crescent to
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The women of St,- Martin' I pn.
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Motor company carat; on Monday
and Tuesday, April ID and II.
Article of practical value to lioue
keeper, a well a many fr the
bride and fr general ue will be
offered for sale.
Liberty Chapter Baiar.
Libeity Chat ter, 0. t. S . will bold
an I ater .baar at the Maome
temple Saturday afternoon and ee
unlit. Mrs. W. A. Smith U cliair
Dundee Woman's Club.
The meeting of the Dundee Worn
an' etub scheduled f'r Wedueidav
will be omitted owing to the conven
tion of the Second district.
Confirmation Time an Important
Event in Live of Young People
IT IS FITTING that there should be time given
to consideration of the confirmation gift to be
given to the boys and girls at this important time
of their lives.
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