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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1922)
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( Council Bluffs
Among llif affair girn in Conn
ril Isiuil. Uut Ultf llic J'4t Wtrk (of
Mui l.tfil Jm llo mtj lur Mtnr,
.jiitU l'rlr, nrre ii liuld-t ui
lr m Sunday iui.ht ith Mr. 4
Mr. tlilrr Du4lry ,iot ami ho.
and a diniK-r ol lo corns Tu
Uy mglii t the tifurge VattUriint
lujine ifirn hy Mr. n. Mr. Van
Hrunt and Mr, and M'. C'lurlc
k IUmuu, jr.
Mr. and Mi. Ii A. Wkklum n
. f Umrd 40 fiirl at 4 dnnnT-iUiue
'ihur4y niglii lor Mi H "!
Mr. friers the iiurmlwr o( ttie
l.ti.til parly nil biiin M-aicd at one
Utile which Mil juJoriiL-'l wtdi an
attractive ntil l4liione4 tloral rrn
uruff, 'Ilirrf niiallrr table sim
ilarly (JrcoMirtl were plated lor the
SaturtUv, a very pretty tunclicoti
w jjirn by Mr. W. U Dough
timiiiiiiriiUry to Mi Hess, A
tolor sthrmr of pink ued and
14 guru vrre preent.
llif btittil mplHT planned by Mr.
and Mr. George ,l.fiie fr tlii
evening, at uliiili Mi llc( and
Mr. I'eirr were In share honor ha
l.rn tameled owintf lo tho illness
vi ihc Mayms' liil'i- ."rederic.
and in lu-u of thi eunl mem
hers of the briilal party will prob
ably lio'ou a motor picnic.
the only luncheon at which both
the girl and mm will be included
U on Tuesday win ii Mr. and Mr.
John Moblliiip. jr.. will entertain
the entire bridal putty at their home,
after which there will be a rehearal
at St. Paul i:picopal church, which
t lo be the scene of the wedding
next Wednesday evening.
Among the Omaha people who
entertained last week fur this bride
and groom-elect were Mr. and Mr.
M. C. IVtera. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
I'eter. Mi Vernelle Head. David
l aldwell, Kay Millard and Clarence
Tomorrow night at the home of
Mr. and Mr. Charles Allison a din
ner will be given for this feted couple
and later the guest will be enter
tained at the Orphenm, followed by
supper at the Brandei tea room with
one. of the bridesmaids Miss Doro
thy Judson, the hostess.
The bridal dinner which Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Hess will have Tuesday
i to be given in Omaha, also at
the Brandeis restaurant.
For Detroit Guests.
Mr. and Mrs.- Melvin Barnes of
Detroit, Mich., with whom T. G.
Turner nd his daughter. Miss
Marian, spent part -of the winter in
California, are now in Council
Bluffs at the Turner home, and sev
eral delightful affairs have been giv
en in their honor. ,
Monday night Miss Turner and
her father entertained at a beauti
fully appointed dinner of 16 covers
for these visitors, and the following
evening they were honored at a din
ner given by Mr. and Mrs. R. D. M.
Turner at their home on Bluff street.
Tlaccs were laid for 20 guests, all
of whom later attended the Tues
day Dancing club party at the Ma
Mrs. Robert Turner complimented
Mrs. Barnes with a luncheon on
Wednesday, and Mrs Walter Ste
phan entertained for her on Friday
at the Brandeis tea room.
Friday night Mrs. Charles R. Han
nan, -sr., was hostess at a dinner
planned for this couple and Monday
Mrs. B. M. Sargent and Mrs. Harry
Van Brunt will give a luncheon for
. Miss Geraldine Hess entertained
a group of Omaha and Council
bluffs friends at a trousseau tea last
Monday afternoon at her home on
South Seventh street.
Mrs. John Davis plans to leave
here Tuesday, May 16, for Los An
Reles. to visit her daughter, Miss
June Davis, a senior at Marlborough
She will be joined there the early
part' of June by her husband who is
making the trip out with the Ro
tarians from here who will attend
the convention ot their organization
from the fifth to the tenth of June.
After the graduation of Miss Davis
she and her parents will return to
Council Bluffs, probably via the Ca
maiden route. ,
, '. ' Luncheon,
Mrs. Elmer Shugart invited five
guests to the Brandeis tea room
last Thursday for luncheon.
, Evening Bridge.
Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Reed enter
tained informally at bridge Saturday
evening at their home on South
A. D. Annis gave a dinner at the
Brandeis tea room last Wednesday
evening for the members of St.
Pauls Episcopal church choir and a
few additional guests. Covers were
placed for 35. '
On next Wednesday this choir
will have a dancing party at the Ma
A lovely post-Easter party was
given last Tuesday at the Masonic
hall 'by the Tuesday Dancing club.
Many of the members took advan-
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Another foruirr Cotiiu'it lUiilT
girl who will hitve 4 Iradmg rule u
Mit Sibyl Tubbk, who trtinily
moved from brre with hrr parriit,
Dr. and Mr. K. U. Tutib. t- Oilier.
on, la , whrre they now rc.ide.
A card parly, the proceed of
which wilt be ued (or ilurity, u
to be given next Tbuitday aiteriiiHin
at the borne of Mr. IC. A, Wick
bam, S2i Third Urcct.
' Tables will be placed for hridue.
high five and !W and nine hand
some prics are to be awarded the
During the afternoon the commit
tee in charge will serve light refreshment.
Tickets for tin affair may be oc-
cured at the door.
At the home of Mr. Wood Allen
an informal tea wa given Saturday
by Mrs. John Keating.
Mr. and Mr. Llmer Miuuart have
rdanncd to entertain 10 curU for
dinner next Tuesday, evening, and
tater they will attend the dancing
party at the Eagle ball.
I lie anair wa pianneci compli
mentary to Mr. C. T. Dtinklc, who
i visiting at the O. r. Wickliam
Beautiful lacquer fans, hand-made
flowers and boudoir fancies will be
for sale at the bazar in connection
with the First Congregational jhurch
luncheon to be given Tuesday. Mrs.
bidney Uordon and . Mrs. Kobert
Reasoner are in charge of this fea
ture of the occasion.
Advance reservations for the
luncheon indicate a successful affair.
Among those who will entertain are,
Mesdames W. A. Frascr, Arthur
Remington, C. N. Dictz, George
hquircs. L. C. Belden, u O. Mc
Donald, W. A. Redick, Charles Metz,
Walter Page, Francis Brogan. Ed P.
Smith, Fred Mctz, C. Mv Wilhclm
R. De Long, J. E. Bauni, C. C.
Calkins, R. E. Segur. A. L. Reed, J.
H. Wrieht. R. J. Dinning. W. E,
Rhoades. C. O. Talmage, Norris
Brown, M. P. Fcil and Alvin John
tage of the opportunity to invite
additional guests and more than-80
This club will have another party
on Tuesday evening at the Eagles
hall and some time in Maylhe last
dance of the season will be held at
the Country club.
Preceding the affair last week a
dinner of 10 covers was given by-
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Heiser and one
for 20 guests by Mr. and Mrs. R.
D. M. Turner Those having sup
per parties were Dr. and Mrs. Grant
Augustine and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
A "no host" dinner at the Braa
deis tea room before the dance in
cluded Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Cutler,
Messrs. and Mesdames Don Waller,
Reed Flickinger, George Wickham,
G. L. Berger, Jack Day, Miss Claire
Kmzel and Bob Wickham.
Mr. and Mrs. . Fred Baumeistcr
will give a supper tonight for eight
guests at their homexm South First
street. ' - t;
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next Saturday night at the Brandeis
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Keep Their Hair Beautiful
The beret of Having Soti, Silky,
Bright, Fresh-looking Hair
STUDY the pictures of these beauti
ful women and you will see just how
much their hair has to do with their
Beautiful hair is not a matter of luck,
it is simply a matter of care. '
You, too, can have beautiful hair, if
you care for it properly. Beautiful
hair depends almost entirely upon the
care you give it.
Shampooing is always the most im
portant thing. Shampooing brings out
the real life and lustre, natural wave
and color: and makes your hair soft,
fresh and luxuriant.
When your hair is dry, dull and
heavy, lifeless, stiff and gummy, and
the strands ding together, and it feels
harsh and disagreeable to the touch, it
is because your hair has not been sham
When your hair has been shampooed
properly, and is thoroughly clean, it
will be glossy, smooth and bright, de
lightfully fresh-looking, soft and silky.
While your hair must have frequent
and regular washing to keep it beauti
ful, it cannot stand the harsh effect of
ordjnary soaps. The free alkali in
9rdinary soaps soon dries the scalp,
makes the hair brittle and ruins it.
, That is whjr leading motion picture
stars and discriminating women, every
where, now use Mulsified cocoanut oil
shampoo. This clear, pure and entirely
greaseless product cannot possibly in
jure, and it does not dry the scalp or
make the hair brittle, no matter how
often you use it. -
If you want to see how reallv beauti
ful you can make your hair look, just
follow this simple method:
A Simple, Easy Method
FIRST, put two or three teaspoonfuls
of Mulsified in a cup or glass with
a little warm water. Then wet the hair
and scalp with clear warm water. Pour
the Mulsified evenly over the hair and
rub it thoroughly all over the scalp and
throughout the entire length.
down to the
Two or three
teaspoon i u is
will make an
rich,! creamy lather. This should be
rubbed in thoroughly and briskly with
the finger tips.so as to loosen the dand
ruff and small particles of dust and
dirt that stick to the scalp.
After rubbing in the rich, creamy
Mulsified lather, rinse hair and scalp
thoroughly always using clear, fresh,
warm water. Then use another appli
cation of Mulsified, again working up a
lather and rubbing it in briskly as before.
You can easily tell when the hair it .
perfectly clean, for it will be soft and
silky in the water.
Rinse the Hair Thoroughly
THIS is very important. After the
final washing, the hair and scalp
should be rinsed in at least two changes
of good warm water and followed with
a rinsing in cold water.
After a Mulsified shampoo you will
find the hair will drv ouicklv and evenly
-and have the appearance of being much
thicker and heavier than it is.
If you want to always be remembered
for your beautiful, well-kept hair, make
it a rule to set a certain day each week
for a Mulsified cocoanut oil shampoo.
This regular weekly shampooing will
keep the scalp soft and the hair fine
and silky, bright, fresh-looking and
fluffy, wavy and easy to manage and
it will be noticed and admired by
You can get
Mulsified at any
drug store or toil
et goods counter,
anywhere in the
bottle should last
RCfi. u. dat. orr
home, and tiiut of the guri wrie
Mieinl.cn pi a flub ta whuh Mr.
DmiWIe bilougrd briote lur ir-
Mi, X, W, K pelt gave lmuU
ron lir nul t giioi 5jiiiuIuv at the
I'raiuk'i tr room in Onulu.
Mr, and Mr, lUury U, Jtunin.i
purihand during the iat wrtk the
home .f J ii. I we and Mr. J, K. I'cr.J
on Mvl'lierwui avrnut. jiiid pUn to
Uke picion in the wr Inline
Four iiirmher of the Wi.ln. .jv
Rridge'l.uudiroii club who bad the
low rt score during the raon vn- (
tcTtaiurd their liuky opHitirnt at 1
an Orplifiini pany Ut wcrk whirl
wa preceded by lututiK.il at the
Tonsils Removed. !
Mi Adele I'liiinrr hiImii.iu J lo
a lutii.il 'operation l.iot Monday and .
i now 5 irogrcinK nkvly at hrr
To See Passion I'Uy.
Mr. A. Louie and lur daughter,,
Mik I.continc, who vmt ovrrkta
lat May for a year o( tuvcl and
tu.ly are now in Africa and will nut
return home in April a originally
planned, but w ill I cumin ou r, to m c
one of the f ir ht performance of the
Paion play, after which tliry will
tail for America.
Bread Boxes vs. Rust
Tin bread boxes arc prevented ,
from rukting by pasting piece of'
oilcloth on the bottom of the con
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