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THE- BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 7. 1922.
Mr. and Mr a. CA. Rids way an
liOunca the marrlaee f llirir datiffh
ter. Lucllt. la Frinni Klmar Dint,
itiort, son oj Mr. Emma A. lin.
mora ot Uucoiii. on lueiday, May
Miaa Shamca a Brlda.
Mitt Flo Shamet entertained Sun
day, lone 4. at a bridge luncheon at
the Blaekttone hotel for her aiatcr,
Mua Jeanette Shame. whoa mar
ruge to Harry Kavich took place
latt evening ' at the' home of the
bride a parent. Mitt Shames ahared
ponori with aii.t lorine Mener o
Chicago, who came to Omaha for
For Mlaa Robertson.
Mr. and Mra. E. Kendall Ham-
motd entcrtainrd for Mit Grace
Robertaon, bride-to-be, at the dinner
Monday. June 6. Cover were laid
for the Mint Grace Robertson and
Mildred Rhoadea and the Metrt.
Morton Rhoadea and Charlea Matt
Miaa Elizabeth Barker entertained
an at luncheon, followed by a box
party at the race. Tuesday. June 0.
1'uetday evening Harry Greenway
entertained for Mis Robertson
and Mr. Rhoadea at the Council
Bluffs Country club dinner dance.
Among those preent were the
Mitse Grace Robertaon, Mildred
Rhoade, Ruth Beatty, Marion Coad
and Marjorie Caver, and Mestr.
Jack Wilcox, Council Bluff; Morton
Rhoadea, Gwyer Yatea. Thil Down
and Fritz Koeniar.
Ex-Servlce Nuraea to Form
Ex-aervice nurse will meet Thurs
day evening at 7:30 at the Nurses'
Central club and registry to organize
into a permanent society, and to con
sider tha feasibility of becoming a
division of the Douglaa county post
of tha American Legion. Under the
present plan the legion nursei are
scattered among the various groupa
of tha post and they are anxious td
have their own poat. The plan has
met wth the approval of Commander
Sam Reynolda. Mis Elizabeth Brad
ford ia in charge of the first meeting.
Honored at University.
Mis Florence Price was the only
Omaha girl to be masqucd Thursday
afternoon a a next year's member
of Black Masque Chapter of Mortar
board. Tha 13 girls distinguished by
this honor have all been prominent
in college activities. Miss Price is
a member of Palladian, Silver Ser
pent, W. S. G. A. and has been on
the Y. V. C A. staff. ,
Mrs. Anna R. Morey of Hastings,
chairman of slides, fine arts depart
ment, uenerai reaeration ot wom
an's clubs, will give , an illustrated
talk on "Some' American Artists," at
the biennial convention of the federa
tion at Chautauqua, New York, June
21-30. Mrs. Morey will speak Fri
day afternoon,' June 23.
Problems That Perplex
Daisy's Problem. j
Dear Misa Fairfax: Am a reader
ot your letters and am coming to
you for advice.
Have been going with a young boy,
my senior, for quite awhile. It seems
that we two cannot agree and have
many quarrels. A short time ago
I told him never to come again, as
I did not care to have anything to
do with him, but he did not Beem
to think that r meant ft. Now, I
do not think enough of this boy to
go with him. He comes anyway,
over and over and over. I tell him
to etay away, but all doea not help.
Now, what should I tell him?
What do you think of a boy like
this? Ia It anything to slap a boy
when he says something that does
not please the gfrl? How can a girl
prevent a boy putting his arms
around her and kissing her.
The man apparently does not be
lieve you are in earnest when you
say you do not wish to see him.
Have a talk with him; be quiet and
dignified, and keep your temper. If
he still refuses to take you seri
ously, you need not see him when
he comes to the house. Ask your
mother or father to see him when
he comes and explain to him. Slap
ping is not only a vulgar but an in
effective way of showing your dis
pleasure. A cool remark is much
more telling. A girl can prevent a
mar's attentions from becoming an
noying by her manner and the sub-
4aa .k. .nV. ..fi. -I.... V nit
can put a man at arm's length quite
easily by being completely imper
' sonal, and he is not likely to be
, come demonstrative unless you give
mm reason to tmnx you win not
Dear Miss Fairfax: I am desper
ately in love with a young man of
SO. Wet have been going together
for about five months, but of late
my friend doea not seem to care for
my presence as much aa before, and
Popular Teacher, Retires
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Miss, Mary Reid, for the last 30
years a familiar figure as teacher
and principal in the Omaha public
schools, is retiring this June from
Franklin school, where she has been
principal for the last three years.
For 19 years Miss Reid was head of
Several parties have been given in
her honor. Last Friday the school
children assembled on the play
ground at Franklin to bid a formal
farewell to Miss Reid and to present
her with a handsome traveling case.
Afterward the mothers of the pupils
gave a reception in the school audi
Prayer Each Day
The prayer ot faith .hall aava tha alck.
Our Father who art in Heaven,
we kneel before Thee in this home
which Thou hast given us, and in
which Thou hast blessed us. As we
rejoice in th good tilings of this
earthly home, help us not to forget
the better home on high, which Thou
hast prepared for them that love
Thee, and in which we shall some
day, dwell with. Thee and with loved
qnes gone before.
. Jjovide us today our daily bread,
and feed not only our bodies, but
feed also our souls with the "bread of
life," even Jesus Christ. !
Keep Thou our feet today,' that
they mey not go into evil places; keep
Thou also the door of our lips, that
nO unkind or unclean word may pass
them; create within us clean hearts,
for "out of them are the issues of
life;" and whatsoever our hands find
to do, may we do it "heartily, as unto
Bless with Thy healing touch all
sick and troubled ones. May Thy
grace abound unto them and be suf
ficient for them. Hide all our loved
ones, as under the shadow of Thy
wings, that no evil or harm may be
fall them. Lead us all in the good
and perfect way. . Through Jesus
Christ our Lord. Amen.'
REV. JOHN W. SPRINGER,
, pittaBurth, Pa.
For the Benefit Performance.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Judson
entertained Tuesday evening at a
box party for the benefit perform
ance of "The Hottentot," which the
Orpheum players are giving for the
Summer Camp for Crippled Children
fund. Their guest list included
the Misses Dorothy Judson, Dorothy
Belt and the Messrs. Francis Gaines
and Wallace Shephard.
is paying quite a bit Of attention to
other girls. I have heard not di
rectly from him, but from friends
that-he has taken other girls In
preference to me.
Please advise me whether I
should continue going with him or
not. ' - - M. B.
I should recommend you to try
to fall out of love with the young
man. He apparently is not serious
in his intentions, so don't make
yourself unhappy over him. If he
asks you to go out with him occa
sionally, and if you value his friend
ship, there would be no harm in ac
cepting his invitation: on that basis.
Unless you are actually engaged to
him, you have no right to object to
his taking out other girls.
Betty Jane: No, I do not think it
wrong for a high school girl to go
out with boys whom she knows, to
ride or dance, so long as she does
not stay out late and her parents
know where she is going and ap
prove the place of amusement. If a
boy asks you to dance you can accept
in countless way. "I'd like to,"
"Surely," "Yes, indeed" anything
which comes naturally to you is
proper. If you do not wish to dance
with him you can suggest sitting
the dance out, or you can say you
are tired and ask him to excuse you.
If your hair is oily it needs mas
sage and tonic treatments. Better
see a scalp specialist For an oily
skin and enlarged pores one remedy
is to wash your face in hot water
and a good lather from some pure
soap, and follow that by applying
cold water, or massaging your face
with a piece of ice. Be careful not
to put on too much powder, and
wash off one layer before applying
Part your hair on the. side; pull
it rather loosely about your face,
perhaps bringing the front down
over your forehead. If your hair is
naturally wavy, almost any style is
becoming if you do not null it
severely off your face,; .
torium. Receiving were Mrs. Byron
Hastings and Mrs. Amy Fetterman.
The Walnut Hill Methodist church
orchestra, composed almost entirely
of former Franklin pupils, played
during the afternoon. ,
Saturday the 24 Franklin teachers
gave a luncheon at Happy Hollow
for Miss Reid and presented her
with a strand of pearls.
Miss Reid has always affectionate
ly been termed bv her pupils "the
pretty Miss Reid," and her sense of
justice and her charm have made her
one of the best loved teachers in the
How can children best be taught
that politeness and consideration are
as right and necessary toward a ser
vant as toward anyone else?
This is a case to be remedied by
example and a liberal application of
the golden rule. If courtesy and
gentleness are the custom of his own
family and in the homes of his play
mates his imitative sense should be
strong . enough to make him one of
you. Make him reel tnat tne servant
i t . i-- l : u-
IS a memocr oi mc Miiuiy, uaviug utr
part to do. Tt is a great . thing for a
child to feel some responsibility
toward his own share in creating an
agreeable atmosphere in the home.
Drawn fitm actual photograph of
Charles Villiar Sparr, ton of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Sport ofPreteott.
For Your Baby
What is more desirable
than vigorous health?
MRS. Sparr ia an enthusiast about Borden's
Eagle Brand Milk because ahe has brought
up her little aon Villiar on it. And he la
a splendid vigorous boy. " ... his constant good
! health has made him full of vim and pep" she
says. Villiar is fifteen months old and haa al
ready begun to learn his ABC's. For keen mental
development usually accompanies good health
No mother need experiment with her baby'a food.
Eagle Brand haa been the standard baby food for
generations. There are no doubts about its purity
or its splendid results. Many thousands of grate
ful mothers have testified to its benefits. And
doctors recommend It for weak and puny babiea
' for it is so easily digested.
Borden Eagle Brand Milk is not a prepared food.
It ia only pure milk combined with pure sugar
the natural food, if for any reason mother's milk
fails. Your grocer haa it. Alwaya pure and ,
THE BORDEN COMPANY
Borden Building New York
Makers also of Borden 'i Evaporated Milk, Borden ' ,
Chocolate Matted Milk and Borden 's Confectioner.
Wllaaar Dm BwmOs"
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My Marriage Problems
Adela Garrison'! New Phase of
. : S i ' "REVELATIONS OF A WIFE"
It LlUlait'i Plan Certain to Win
Lillian came into the hall at my
summons, closing the door behind
her. I gestured mutely toward the
library, and the next instant we
were inside that room, the door
closed, and the light we had left there
enabling us to look searchiugly into
each other's faces. It was charac
teristic of my friend that the atked
no queition, but waited in titence
(or ma to explain my tummont.
"I'm ture Katie it determined to
listen to the conference tonight," I
began nervously. "And I am won
dering" "I knew the was," Lillian inter
rupted. "But tell me what hat hap
pened?" I outlined my brief conversation
with Katie, and the girl's agitation.
"H'mP Lillian commented. "You
tay the lower floor door of com
munication it locked?"
Then the only way ahe can get
down here it through that upstairs
door. That simplifies matters. And
her attitude tolvet tomething else
also. We won't keep her from get
ting down here. We'll make it easy
for her. Let me tee" the looked
around her appraiiingly "this room
it better than the living-room tor
our confab, because there t only one
door, and thit little ttretch of hall
is the easiest thing in the world to
"You don't mean," I stammered,
for there teemed tomething tinister
in Lillian's manner. '
"I don't mean that I am going to
set any maiming bear-trap for the
darling," she drawled ironically, with
an intonation that made me flush
uncomfortably. "But." with a note
of sternness creeping into her voice.
i m going to make her remember
her little excursion for some time to
come. Tell me are all Junior's toys
in the playroom?"
I could not repress a auick stare
of amazement at her odd shift of
topic, but I did not delay my answer
"Marion could tell vou that better
than I. She volunteered, you 1cnow,
Marion has tried to teach Junior the
proper care of hit toyt, and I am
sure they are all in place."
You have more ootimism than I.'
Lillian returned dryly. "But never
mind, I can find what I want, and if
I can't, I can wake Marion. But you
do this, pronto. Go to Katie's room
and tell her that you have locked the
downstairs communicating door; give
any excuse that seems plausible, but
assure her that she need not be
frightened because you are going to
leave the upstairs door unlocked.
Then stay upstairs in the corridor
until I come for you, although there't
really no need for t She U not ven
ture out until she's sure that every
thing has quieted down again. HI
give you three minutes to start to her
room before I go to the playroom."
"I Gone to Bed."
She held her wrist-watch to the
light, and I hurried out of the door,
firmly putting aside the worry over
Katie and the fright Lillian evidently
meant to give her. l here is but one
thing to do when Lillian glances at
her watch and set a time limit upon
one't motionsthat it to obey her
injunction with all possible dimatch.
I therefore ran lightly up the stairs.
((trough the communicating door and
the back corridor to Katie t room. 1
knocked lightly, calling her name in a
low tone a I did to that the might
not be frightened.
"I gone to bed," the quavered in
answer, though I knew by her voice
that the was standing very near the
door, and I realised that for tome
reaton the did not with me to enter
"That is good." I said heartily, re
prating the assurance concerning the
unlocked door which Lillian had told
me to give her.
"Tank you so mooch, my dear
Misi Graham." he aaid. Then the
added haltingly: "But I no care
mooch now, I so tteepy. I go me to
deep I tiuk in two, tree leetle min
uter. Good niaht."
"Good night, Katie," I returned, re-.
traced my iootstept tlowly toward
the other part of the houe. thorough
ly unhappy because T could no long
er escape the conviction that Katie
was in some manner mixed up in the
siuster intrigue which wat eddying
From the playroom came a faint
little tinkle at of bells, a tound
quickly suppressed, which puzzled
me greatly, and then Lillian emerged
from the door, carrying a small cloth
"I won't be long," she whispered,
at the passed me, and, indeed, it was
but a few minutes before the again
appeared at the top of the stairs and
summoned me with a gesture.
But again I had heard, this time
from below stairs, that faint little
tinkle as of bells.
Card Party and Musical
The women's kensington auxiliary
to the Fraternal Aid union will en
tertain their husbands at a card party
and musical Wednesday evening at
the home ot Mrs. U f, Forsell, ZZ15
Don't throw away your old
brooms without first cutting off the
handles to use as clothes bars in
Mllli No. 10 and 12 of tha Busell-Mll!r Milling
Company, Minneapolis, whera OCCIDENT FLOUR
it milled and shipped to tha Peteraen V Passu
Baking Co., Omaha.
Tip-Top and Hard
Roll Breads are sold
in nearly every
in Omaha and Coun
cil Bluffs and in
mere than 435 other
Mesh Net Is a
By JEAN TRUE.
Mot women like to make pretty
article (or their homes. Here it a
new (ad and an Idea worth working
(or during your leisure hours. If you
care lor pretty curtains embroider a
pair at many of the New York wo
men are doing.
Turchate a square meth net ma
terial (white'ereani or anything you
prefer) and make curtain with neat
tide hems at top and bottom. Now
purchase a heavy thread to corre
spond in color and weight with your
net and weave a border on tidrt and
bottom of your curtain.
There are decorators who will tell
you aiiilct of the work to use at a
pattern if you wi.h to purchate, but
why not work out a border of your
own dciign, create a pattern all your
The pine tree pattern is a favorite
one with many women, but you can
make a conventional border just as
pretty. Ue squared paper to work
up your deilgn and black or block
out the squares to be woven tome
what as cross ttitch patterns are done
except your tquaret are to be tolid
squares. It it fascinating to work
out patterns at there are to many
possibilities in motives that are pret
ty in thit old fashioned darning ttitch.
The conventional thistle would
Cut out (hit nesstge and bind it to
Kature has provided the one sure,
permanent relief from the horror
of constipation BRAN Kellogg'
Bran, cooked and krumbled! Bran
will correct the aeverest case of con
stipation If It Is eaten regularly. For
Bran, as a nature's wonderful
"roughage" food, clears the elim
inate tract In a positive way, leav
ing It clean and purified.
Do not let constipation get the
upper hand; do not neglect the mild
est symptoms, becauee constipation
is only the forerunner of disease,
premature old age and many forms
of child illness! Ninety per cent of
all sickness can be traced to con
stipation, which Is the direct cause
such diseases as diabetes and
Flaht constipation with
Branl We guarantee re-
ja; -w w w www awr a av Ttmj m- ,
flour made-xTe use it to make all
There is not another flour made to equal OCCIDENT.
OCCIDENT FLOUR is the fanciest of fancy patent
flours. It is made for those people who care enough
about bread to notice the difference in the different
fytp Ann ta10 are wiIling to a little more for
We are glad and mighty proud that we can buy OUR
FLOUR from a mill whose standards of -QUALITY
are so far above the rest.
Petersen & Pegau
make a pretty good border (or a cur
tain, so sUo would conventional
rottt, butterdiri, tulip, bird and a
tcort of other plant and animal
After you have your border bal
anced in tvtry way you are ready to
begin to weave. A raffia or ttender
round bodkin needle it a good inttru
ment (or weaving, though an em
broidery needle may be ued. A blunt
needle it preferable.
Ue the darning or weaving ttitch,
work up and down or over and under
until the tquaret ol the meth com
posing your pattern are filled. It it
timple weaving or filling the tquaret
to resemble filet work.
Thit embroidery work it being
uted for luncheon ett, bed tpreadt,
table runner, doilies and bureau
tcarf. It it like other embroidrriet.
It will be beautiful if beautifully done.
Much of the'iuccett depend upon
the design. It ha to do with spac
ing, balancing of units and good con
necting lines to hold your design to
gether. The border thould suit the
curiam in tire and the curtain the
The work It most fascinating at it
hat many possibilities. Like every
other good thing in art it taket time
and patience to produce tomething
Thete tuggettiont are offered in an
effort to help our readert plan tome
thing interesting for their leisure
time, something to make the home
more attractive. Simplicity It beau
ty. You may have it in these woven
border for different uss in your
sorae sufferer iron constipation!
suits if you eat at least two table
spoonfuls dally; In chronic cases,
with each meal;
Kellogg'a Bran Is not only a per
manent corrective for constipation,
and a very delicious cereal, but it is
one of nature's most valuable foods,
because of Its richness in mineral
salts. It stimulates brain and nerve
cells fit grown people, it aids chil
dren to become strong and robust!
Kellogg's Bran will correct a pimply
complexion and an obnoxious breath.
Kellogg's Bran Is not only an un
equaled health aid, but delightful as
a cereal or sprinkled over your fa
vorite cereal. Its nut-like flavor is
very appealing. Tou never ate such
mufflna or raisin bread or maca
roons or countless other bakery
batches as made with bran! Prove
out Kellogg'a Bran today. Buy it at
Pan akatch of
the Peteraen A
Cs. Plant, 12th
Mn. Mokhier ColpeUer will returnf
Wednesday from a thort trip to Chi4
Mi Betty Fairfield of New York?
city will arrive this month to visit!
her father, E. M. Fairfield, and MrJ
and Mri. Richard Mallory.
Mill Mildred Wetton ia viitinir
with achool frienda in Kokomo, IndJ
I mtr mUm at ill attend hrr rOliniOB at
Northwestern university, Evantton,
111., returning to Omaha July 1.
Mr. and lit. Richard Payne o
Albert Lea, Minn., announce lh
birth of a daughter, Barbara, Thurt
day, June 1. Mr. I'ayne wa iot
merly Mia Marjorie llowland.
A baby girl wat born to Mr. and
Mr. J. G. Glaialioff Sunday, June
at NiclioU Senn hospital. Mra J
Glatshoff wat Mii Hazel Hart of
Council Bluff be tore her marriagcJ
Don't throw away excelsior or like:
packing material. Roll into comJ
pact newtpaper bundle, twist thai
end hrmly and use for kindling thai
grate fire. j
Wa. ol li II, laclusl.
Larfa Olaaa af Avalon Graa Drink,
Twe Lara Dalkiaua Sugar Caoktaa,
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