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THE OMAHA SIN DAY BEE: J ANT ART 26, 1913.
SOCIETY INTERESTED IN AET
Much Interest Taken in Coming Ex
hibit of Art Society.
PRATS TO HAVE CABARET SHOW
rvnttilnrnl Mrmliern if Ynitiicnp
clnl Set fining to t'hlrngo lo
fir Mr Women Ailinltrtl
to ttmnlm I'liih.
. VPAY Mlt Dorothy Hell rtfinelnR
i-tv for debutantes; Mrs. Urrnt
srrn, afternoon brMse. Amliwrt
Uimnl dinner at University club
3 r DAY Miss PanUn Bourkf. hoult
f the Debutante MrlAjrw dub. Mrs e'.irl
V Hartmann, at home at Ktort (JnutliH;
Mr and Mrs. Henry F Wytnan. brM
rupper; Thimble club dtnnr t t'm
verslty club: Creighloti medWV dan.c
MHXVlMJDAY-Xni W A. - Jol-non,
luncheon for Mies Carmfrtlta t'Tisar; lr.
and irs. J B. 8ummrs, dinner. Urta
Theta P dinner at PntVprsUv club
iHt'lliSDAY-Flrst college dinner at Jul
verelty club, Et-A-Vlrp olub dance at
f'hatubers'. Ctolden Ulow club meet nt
the home of Mr. W. Johnson.
FRIDAY Original Cooking Hub dinner-daru-6
at the Country club; Mm c. 11.
"VVJlhelm, afternoon brlilK tr Alk.ii
t'nimelfta Ciaae; Mrs. Itlehard Kitchen,
afternoon brfUje for .Mrt. Hale lllxby of
B.VTI'IIDAY--Dinner at the Country ilub
f ,r the men member! muslcole At
Browioll Hall; Alpha Tall Omr;a din
ner at tlfo T'nlvemlty rlub; Miss Isabel
I.owdwi, studio t; annual Interlu
temlty banquet at IJticoln.
hlle the young wonicd are highly en
thusiastic over the meetings of their new
urt society there Is a tittle robcr reflec
tion to the present arrangement of society
lilght at the exhibition, which mill be
ThurJay evening, February 6, whlota Is
Under tho auspices of the Omaha Boototy
of Kino Arts and Its reeoiitly organized
On tng to the confined space lit wbleh
the exhibition Is to be held the officers of
tho senior society have necessarily lim
ited tho guests for that partioular even
ing to only tho membership of the tv
urganlsatlons. No other escorts may bv
Invited for the opening night, which prar
tleolly nipSTithat th ratlowlll.be ftm
Dlzty to three, for the latter number rrp
resents the .Available bucbelois-rDr. 14 1
Poy Crumrher, Milton Darling and IV.
Farnam' Smith, who are ajioclate mem
tern at the Flue Arts society. Conee
Suentl)', ihn restriction Is quite liable to
deduce ,tlie attendance of youni; women
nd debutantes, many of Whom will likely
go torn other evening.
Prominent Omahans to Chicago.
Mr, apd Mr. Prank Wllhelm and small
on wlil leave Omaha shortly to reside tit
Chicago. The news Is received with much
regret by their host of friends here, for
they are popular members of the younger
set and will be much missed.
Mrs. Wllhelm, who was formerly Mies
Sean Cudahy, waa crowned queen of Ale-9ar-Ben
and was one of the statllest and
most popular queens of Qulvera.
Mr Wllhelm has been connected with
the Cudahy Packing company and goes
lo headquarters in Chicago.
This move has been mora or less' an
ticipated ever since the removal of Mr
and Mrs. E. A. Cudahy and their family
to Chicago Inst spring leaving Mrs. Wll-
elm, the eldest daughter, tho only one
era, Mr. and Mrs. AVIIhelm will leavi
Vom by May 1 and expoct to take an
apartment on the north side near "Mr. and
Irs' CUdahyi j; .
' Engagement Announced,
Art Interesting engagement ' announced
today Is that of Miss Nell Hhcrldan,
daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick' Sheri
dan of Ht. Joseph, to Mr. Tom J. Mo
Ehane of this city.
Miss Sheridan visited hr sister, Mrs,
ley T. Byrne, in Omaha last October and
waa much entertained during her stay
here. Miss tihcrldan graduated from tho
Convent of the Uucred Heart In St. Jon-ph-
and Is much, interested . in , charity
atid settlement work.
Mr McShane belongs to one of tho
eldest families of this city and Is presi
dent of the Crelghton' Alumni associa
tion, He is protnlnont In business cir
cles and a member of the Country and
Frats to Have Cabaret Show.
The annual lnterfratsrnlty banquet of
tho University of Nebraska Greeks will
be held at the Lincoln botel, February
J, with thirteen fraternities lt(tetulnce,
twelve national apd one locpl, . Wjli the
large alumni attendance expected ' frfjm
Omaha. Idncoln and other Nebraska
towns It Is expected that the attendance
will be about 49p guests.
Th main part of the entertainment of
the evening will be a cabaret show,
stunts being put on by a few amateur
and soml-profusstonul people among thu
fraternity brethren and sponsored by the
different chapters. Eueb of tho chapter
of the achool will have its full enroll
The fraternities Included In the Pan
arellenio association Nebraska are
Alpha Tau Omsga. Alpha Thcta Uhl,
Beta Thet PI. Delta Tau Delta, Inppa
Bigm, Phi Oamma Delta. Phi Kapju
11. Sigma Alpha KpHlon, Blgma Phi
15pilon. Sigma Nu. Blgma Chi, " Phi
Delta Theta and Delta XJpsllun.
Tlieater Parties for Oenee.
Society, will attend the Auditorium on
Thursday evening, when Adeline Qtmoo
will bo the attraction. One of the larger
theater parties will be given by Mr. and
Mrs. Prank T. Hamilton, who will have
ten guests. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. umwrs
will have a party of eight. M!u Arabella
Klmbalf and Mrs, O. W. Jloldrege Yl
have a party of seven guests. Together
win o Mf, and Mrs. J. T. Stewart. iir
and Mr. and Mr; W. Burns. Another
party will Include Mrs. Henry Vn Glestn,
lr. and Mra. H. B. Lwnrre and Mr. and
Mm O corse Sumner. Mr. and Mre. Oscar
Williams and Mr and Mrs. Hxra Millard
III be together. Another party includes
Mr and Mrs. Max Landaw and Mr. and
Mrs, W. B. Colling. Mr. and Mra. K. p.
Pfcck will have a. party of six; M. O
Colpetxer. five guests: II. 1'. Wyntnn.
four, Samuel Caldwell, four; A. U Heed,
four; Mrs, J. N. Baldwin, five; 1. b.
owglll. five, and eight members of thu
lirownell Hall fatuity.
Wman at the Clnbg.
The various men's clubs of the olty
nv urrengd tp grant special privilege
thu feminine contingent.
At a meeting of the board of directors
f Die Omaha plub IWay evening It
a decldd to issue cards to the widows
"f Ute members of the olub. who are In
Ml. to avail themselves of tho olub
lurtesies of the oafe. This Is a fom-
'endW movement, and Is in harmony
ith the Inclinations of the niftjorlty.
The annual dinner and datice for (be
members of tho Omaha olub and their
.Jadies will be given Tuesday evening.
February t. at I o'oioek. Following
riluner there will bo danelng and brldgo.
Tlid University club haa Imued cards to
the members of the club for signatures
of the feminine members of their family,
that they may alro havo tho privileges of
the club. Numcroun luncheons and din
ner parties havo already been given at
the University club In Its, new quarters
In the UoHrd of Trade building. Some
dancing parties will also be given.
The annual dinner for the members and
ladles of the club will be given Wednes
day evening, February 12. The annual
dinner of thin club Is always on Lin
Monday evening tho Amherst alumni
will have n dinner party at tho. club.
Tuesday evening Mrs. Isaac W. Carpen
ter hns made reservations for forty guests
for the members of the Thimble club.
There w)ll bo a Beta Theta Phi Dutoh
luncheon at tho chib Wednesday even
ing. Thursday evening will be the first
college dinner. Saturday evening Alpha
Tau Omega fraternity will dine at the
At the Omaha Club.
A farewell dinner waa given Saturday
evertlngj by tho members ofCtho pmaha
Olub In -honor of ilenry w' Bpoldlng,
who will leave February 1, with Mrs.
Spalding, to realdo In Peoria, III. Ho has
made Omaha Ills homo for tho last threo
yearn and during that time has become
one of the popular members of tho dub.
Those present were:
Henry W. Spalding, Hurley Moorhead,
11. W. Dixon. a. W, Megeath,
Captain Illfenberick. Harry Jordan.
Clarke Colt. Luther Drake.
Harry Doorly, 13. P. Peck,
F. H. Oalnco, J3, j, MoVann,
M. M.'Morsman, Jr.; Louis Nash,
Frank Colpetxer, K. Buckingham,
Arthur X3ulou, A.M.Jeffrey,
B. H, Bprague, M- C. Peters,
JElmer Cope, Stockton Heth,
Major Kvans. W. A. Plxley,
Frank Haskell, Arthur Williamson,
John T. Stmvnrt, 2d; J. De Forest Itlchardi
C. W. Hull. Elmer Iledlck,
Frank W. Judsou, F. A. Nash,
Lawrence Drinker, Dr. C. W. Bridges.
Mr, Charles Marsh entertained Thurs
day afternoon at her homo to celebrate
the fourth' birthday anniversary of her
little daughter, M'ss Gertrude Jane
Mars.h. There, was a doll hunt for the girls
and a,rnartl hunt for the boys. A. Jack
jfotpor pic wm a feature of tho luncheon,
and those present were:
Mlest ' MJssea
(Gcrtruiln Jans Mursh Margaret Millard.
Marpret Leo HurKoaiMttrton Sturdevant,
Hxelona Hamilton, Kiixaboth Fletcher.
Harriett MoMlllun. Kmma Naab.
Kieanor Koimtio, Barbara Burns,
Jean WtovrarlU H-rthe. May Brad-
Murtha BnwUord. ford,
DorothV tteynolds, Klliabeth t?paldlng,
Jamen Love Pax- Cordon Btowart,
..tPDv.lr'L . Selh Boncwater.
FrunkVn Smith. James McMulUn.
Prownell Hall Musicale.
On Saturday. February 1. at S o'clock,
will take 'plnco tho mld-wlnter muslcalo
of Brownrll Hall. Pupils of Miss Munch
hoff. Miss Belt and Mr, Landow will
take part. Following the musicals. Miss
Johnson and her faculty, assisted by tho
senior class, will receive for on hour.
All friends of the school are cordially In
vited to be presont. Ouesta are requested
to come In the north entrance.
I Sorority Luncheon.
The loeal raembcra of .the Kappa Kappa
Uomma sorority had lunohoon Haturday
at 'the Commercial club, when those
William Klser. W. 11. Howard,
Frank Myejs, Hugh Myois,
Hughes. Frank Parker.
Hots, I'ercy Htovenb,
Uodney nilM. Clifford Calkins.
Nan Cunningham, Clin Bejie Ileney,
Edith Loeke. Hunsn Paxson,
Helep Shedd. Cooper of
faille Oroh. Council llli.rr.
Helen King. UUektha Bklnner of
Doris Wood. 1 Counell Bluffs.
Sundv Evenin? Banner,
Captain and Mrs. TUfenberlck will en
tertain "at supper Sunday evening at their
home In honor of Mr. and Mrs. llonry
Spalding, who will leaxe next Saturday
fpr Peoria, HI., where they will reside
Those prreent will be:
Mr, and Mrs. Henry Spalding.
Captain and Mrs. Bftenberlrk.
Mrs. Howell Clinton.
Captain Martin of Fort Crook.
To Wed in Concord.
Mra. Charles Shlverlek left this week
for the east U. attend the wedding of
her son. Mr Aa HhlVorlok, of Buffulo.
and Mlwa Juliet Bancroft of Concord, N.
1L, which will tako place February il, at
Concord. The wedding la to be a large
church affair and the groom's brother,
Mr. Chat Shlverlck, will go up from New
York to act as best man. Mrs. Floyd
Smith, Ills sister, had alno expected to
go, but owing to tho Illness of her little
daughter, Kieanor, with scarlet fever, sho
will be unable to leave home.
Crcighton Medics' Dance.
Students of the Crelghton Medlcnl col
lege will give their fourth and last hop
at Chambers' dancing academy Tuesday
ovenlng of this week. A fifth dance
scheduled for March 17 was cancolled be
cause of Lent. The medics aro planning
to make their Inst hop the most enjoy
ablo of tho season. This danco will be
the last gtvon by any of the departments
during the present achool season.
0. H. 8. Banquet.
The Tree Ksldeka club of the Omaha
High school gave a smoker for the Ls
Hlbox club of the high school after tho
YorkOmaha basket ball same Inst
evening at the home of Wallace Shepard.
About forty members will be present,
Wnllnoo Shepard, John Drexel.
Bobert Kdwards, James Durkee,
Bussell Larmon, Porter Durkee,
Mons Berry, Harry Claiborne,
Perry Singles, Arthur Klopp,
Herbert Davis, Herman Harte,
Balph Campbell, Ileryl Crocker,
Herman Jobst, nobort Wood,
Kucene Neville. Paul Flntlinw.
Harry Menold. (Maurice Loomls,
John need. Morton Wakeley,
Kllsworth Moser, Itlehard Jones,
Fred Buchols. Kenneth Norton,
Arthur Jones, Itto McShane,
Phil Downs, rtobert McShane.
Foy Porter. Rawson White.
Donald Hall, Kdmond Booth,
Qllbert Kennedy, Wayne Selby.
Reception at Florence.
The social event of the season In Flor
ence will be tho recoptlon by tho board of
directors of tho Fontanells building
Tuesday evening, which wilt bo attended
by about 600 guests. The building was
erected as n nodal center for that sub
urb and every evening In February is
engaged for some event from a dunce to
a wedding. No Invitations haye been
Issued for tho Tuesday evening reception.
Thursday evening the directors nlll give
a large dancing party at the building.
Many from Omaha will attend both
N. N. Card Club.
The X. N. Card club was entertained
by Miss Margaret I'ritehard at her
home. Ki Houtli Twenty-first street,
Wednesday r-venlntf. I'Hsea were won by
Mine Aurm Itoehnlng and Pranren lilt
tenlKHiso. Those prosent were:
M I anew. . M I ss -
I Hannah Ilk-k Ulllnn Stelnfit.
. IUly, HMttloCarbrrry.
I Katherine Kiti li. 1'rantos Itlttenhouse,
Altn I- lt ii. uia uarrett.
flesle nhrlsll. Anna Boehnlng.
Maragaret I'rltchanl. Agnes 1'rlt chard
WanitA Card Club.
The Wanlta Card club met at the home
if Mrs. J. Hcinlsh Friday afternoon.
I'rlxe were won by Mrs. Bemlsh, Mrn.
O Johnson, Mm. J. Mitsgrave, Mrs. f.
Worley and Mrs. 8. Perkins. The n-xt
meeting of the club wilt be In two weaks
and will be at the home of Mrs. C. 12.
Annual Dancing Party.
The Omaha Postofflce Clerks' associa
tion will give Its annual dancing party
Monday evening. January 27. at Cham
bers'. Mr. K. Hetlach Is chairman of
the entertainment committee and will be
assisted by Dr. K. A. Hlass. C. J. Maglll,
P. K. McUovcrn, J. A. Mltchely and W.
Pan Club at the Rome.
Members of the Pan club gave an en-
.juyaum unncing party r naay evening at
' the Hotel Borne. The club wll give two
more dancing parties th's season. Those
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Bose,
Mr. ahd Mrs. Frank a. Iloberts,
Mr. and Mrn. K A. HIgglns,
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Fuller,
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Roberts,
Dr. and Mrs. C. rtubendall,
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tlllotson,
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Gillespie,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dobeck,
Mr. and Mrs. W, L. Baughn,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Frjideiiburg,
Mr. unci Mrs. It, N. Howes,
Mr and Mrs. James Trimble,
Mr. and Mrn. W. F. Bavlnger
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Koran,
Mr. and Mrn. John Smith,
Mr, and Mrn. Harry Mahrllng.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Halntead.
Hortunso Eado, Merlo Cooper,
Esther Hunter, Florence Bush.
Hannah Tat, Beulah Besslre.
Pansy Williams, Reba McNamara,
Hazel Merle, Ann Rowley,
Bernlce Whitney. Genevieve Reed,
A. A. Fricke. Joseph W. Tanner.
It. A. VanOrsdel. W, H. Cheek.
R. (. McCulIough, L. D. Burdlck.
Harold VimfJnsnn 1. n rinnk.il
Jamen T. Allan, Fred Shearer.
It. Nllo Booth. Dr. Cox,
A nurprlse party wa given in honor of
Harold Larimer on Friday, at his hom
An enjoyable evening woa spent In games
and muslo Those present were
Estella Bockhacher Ethel Pepper,
Haxel Lehr, Eleie Howell,
Ruth Neely, Gladys Lehr.
Ruth Httkor. Ull.an Hansen,
Marian Cllnes, Helen Vom Weg.
Cora Morgan, Fox,
Harold Larimer, Vernon Buel,
Karl Hoese. Ralph Pennington,
Norman Davis, Bert Groaborg,
Walter Florkeo, Arthur Nelson,
Glen Scott. Frances Pepper,
Mr. and Mra. Larimer,
Hop at Fort Crook. ;
A number of Omaha people attended tho
hop Friday evening at Fort Crook, In
eluding; Mr. and Mrse. C. C. Ronewater.
Mr. and Mrs. Henrv K. Spaldng.
Captain and Mrs. RHenberlck.
Mrs. Elisabeth Wildman. Council Bluffs.
Nannle Page. Eleanor Cheyne
JIuriru'Jt" towltts, of Pittsburgh,
Mabel Clarke. Mary Rlngwalt,
Hortonse Clark, Bertha Dickey.
P. W. Leonhardt, Taylor Belcher,
Entertain at Sinner.
Mr. and Mra. Victor Caldwell enter
tained at dinner Saturday evening for;
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Darts.
Mr. and Mrs. G, W. Wattles.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reed.
Cards have been reooivea here announc
ing the marriage of Miss Marguerite Win
ter and Mr, Dwlght Denmead at Mar
shalltown, la., on January S3. Miss Win
ter waa formerly of Omaha and since
x $t j 3t'Ui
MISS HORTEN8E E. BONDY.
New York Girl Who Will Wed with Martin L. Sugerman In the Spring.
moving with her parents to lowu has
visited here several times at tho home
of Mr. and Mra F. W. Bacon and Mr.
and Mrs. John A. Kuhn. Tho wedding
was a quiet one and Mr. and Mrs. Den
mead ore housekeeping In Marsholltown.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. W. Farnam Smith leaves next week
for the east
Mrs. Gerrit Fort left for Chleogo Fri
day night, where she will visit friends.
Mrs. John L. Kennedy left Sunday to
visit her aunt. Miss Hanscora. In New
Mr. T. J. McShane has returned homo
from" a trip to New York, St- Louis and
Mr. and Mrs. Wattles will leave next
Saturday for thoir wlntor home at Holly
Mr. and Mrs. R. I Huntley, who have
spent the week In Chicago, aro expected
Mr. and Mrs. George Brandela left Sat
urday evening to Bpend six weeks In Chi
cago and Now York.
Miss Nan Murphy, who Is spending a
few weeks In New York, Is expected
home In about ten days.
Mra. George Mixter of Mollno is spend
ing two weeks here with her parents,
Mr. and Mrn. Thomas Kllpatrlck.
Mrs. Benjamin Funk, who was formerly
Misa Elolso Jonks, Is expected Monday
THE BAY OF THE SAW EDGE
COLLAR IS PAST
and your collars come homo from this laun
dry with that smooth glass-like edge tho
edge that lengthens tho life of your shirts.
J ust another reason why our work is superior.
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to spend a week visiting her parents. Rev.
and Mrs. Edwin Hart Jenks.
Mr. C. Y. Smith, who has been in
Louisiana for two weeks, Is expected
home the latter part of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Prlnz have ben
at the Vanderbllt In Now York for two
weeks and ore expected home today.
Mrs. E. V. Lewis sails today from Now
York for South America and from there
will go to Europe to be gono a year.
Minn Olga Stone will leave shortly for
California, where she will Join Mlsa Kath
crlne Krug for a stay of several wcoks.
Miss Mildred Levy has gone for a trip
to Chicago, Minneapolis and Des Moines,
where she will visit friends and relatives,
Mr. Wllllan J Brennon of South Omaha
sailed from New York on Wednesday for
a visit of three months In France, Eng.
land and Ireland
Mr. and Mrs. Klrkcndall expect to leave
Wednesday for Berkeley Hllla, near Los
Angeles, Cal., whero they will bo at tho
Berkeley Hills hotel.
Miss Mary BurkUy Is expected home
today from Burlington, la., where she
han been tho guest for the last week of
Miss Fleming, who visited here during
Mrs. A. D. Stowltta haa as ner guests
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George F.
Blahchard, ot Fayettevllle, Ark. Mr.
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