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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JANUARY 33, 1914 SOCIETY FOLKS TRAVELING any Aro Seeking Other Spots for Short Sojourns. INTEREST IN THE ART EXHIBIT Concert by Creljchton Glee CI ah U Ainu Attrncttntc ConMlilernble Intercut Yrlth Itn Long lalst of l'lttrons. Socinl Cnlendar. MONDAY Mrs. Albert KruR, dinner una Orpheum party for the house guests, ot Mrs. lco Huff, who are Mrs. Max ERte. Mr. XL W. Hock and Mrs. J. C. Glrspnchcr. of Grand Island; Creighton law department dance at Turpln's academyi llesearoh club en tertainment nt Metropolitan club; Miss Euphenla Johnson, luncheon for Miss Pendleton; Wollesley club dinner at Hotel Loyal for Miss Pendleton; As sociation of Colleglato Alumnao, recep tion for Miss Pendleton at home of Miss Allco Buchanan. Mr. and Mi's. Rao Vlerllnir. Brandels theater party. TCESDAY University club lunejipon for Miss Pendleton. Mrs. F It Straight, brldgo luncheon for Mrs. William un zlcker and Mrs. May Auld; Miss Gladys and Daphne Peter, tea for Mrs. Wclp ton's pupils; the M N. O. club dance at the Ilnw; Mrs. K. II Omening, bridge luncheon for hoOso guests of Mrs. Leo Huff. Mrs. W. K. GIHer, dinner for guest of Mrs. Iee Huff; Airs. E. Moore and .Mrs. A. Jacobson, hostesses of t'nlversal Circle card party. WEDNESDAY Mrs. Floyd Smith, host ess of Wednesday Urldse club; Mr. and Mrs. George Pray, evening bridge party Mrs. Howard Colliding, bridge luncheon for the guests of Mrs. Iee Huff; Dr. and Mrs. B. XI. Davis, dinner at their home. TIU'IISDAY-Mnx Landow. recital at First llapllst church; La. Sallo Danclntr club at Chambers. Tho fourth annual concert of tho Creighton University GIco club, which vrlli be held at tho Itrandcls theater Feb. rimry 4, will bp ono of tho largo social events of tho month. Mmo. Lucille Tcwksbury Stevenson, a soloist, nnd Mmo. Marie Von Unschuld, pianist, two nrtlsta of well known ability, will bo a fcaturo of tho prosram. These concerts lmvp been very enjoyable eventp In the past and are looked forward to with a Krcat deal of pleasure. Following is a list of tho patronesses: Messr. Messrs. , C C Alllion Y. T. Hamilton I Curtis Arledgo McMillan Harding Xlnff C. Ilarton A. Hush Ufliplo Charlea D. Ucaton Arthur ifeellne a. at. uorgium Tliomas J. Kolly II. V. Hurklcy T, C. Bynirt' Joseph llyrsso Hoy T. Bvr'no Will Coal V 1. Coffman Will Colling' U. W. Connell Henry G. Cox" Kdwaid Crclghtpn It, V. Crofoot T. H. fuming J M. Daughcrty W. IS. Fitrgcrnld, New York C Ay. Hamilton MesdamcB c. j; smyth Atlolpli Stors JV. KwnrUlandcr J., o. Thgmpson Misses Wary Iiurklcy ISllwn Crclghton Mary Duffy Mary Furay Ophelia Haydrn Kvelyn Hopper Jluth Ltttensor Margaret McShane .). A. C. Kennedy T. r. Kennedy Frank Kcogh A. V. Klnsler A AS. McConncIl 3. A. Mcyiuiuo Tiioixns McShane .fohn Madden T. J. Mahoney Paul la. Martin A. I Mulrhead l A. Nash I C. Nash Udward O'Drlcn llnrpld Prttchett Mcndames W. II. Thompson, Nebraska. E. A. Wtckham, Iowa. Misses- Mary Munchoff Helen AiuncDou Helen Murphy Josephlno Murphy jNimcuo aiurpny Hose Smyth Amirs Wickham. Iowa Clalro II. "Voodard Marie Woodard. a' irasicu F. V. Hamilton Practically the entire student bo4y of the. university will be. present at the con cert. The flvo fratetsftles of tho pro fessional departments' have arranged to giver box parties. Tho frats are, the Phi Hho Sigma and Phi Beta Phi of the wed Ical department, the Dplta Sigma Delta ot tho tantnl, the Gamma Eta Gamma and Delta Thcta Delta ot the law. Law rerice Bushman, president of tho senlur class of tho arts college, will also give a box party. t Country Club CJpses for Winter, The Country club closed Tuesday for tho rest of the? winter, and no mora din ners or dances can bo given there until after the formal opening of tho club In May for the summer season, apjfors wilt have the uso of the lockers ns Usual, but there will bo only a caretaker In chareo of tho club and no service of any kind. Society Xiffltt atAit Kow. Tho beard of directors of the Automo bile tfcow has decided that Thursday night, February 3. will be given ever particularly to society, and Is making plana to entertain the crowd of visitors sura to attend. "Society" night has al ways been tlio banner night of the annual event, and tblsj year the directors hope to mcko It "bigger, better and grander" than ever before, Just what the plans for the evening am have not been, divulged, but one ot the stockholders forgot himself and told ine how he was learning to tango, and that he had to be 4,flnlhe4" by the first of February. The coincidence ot dates look suspicious ta 'me, especially & many of the outompblle Jealern are Uko2 dancing lesson and are cogr to practice all the new steps, Whether the tango, the hesitation wajts and tho castle walk wilt be fea tures ot this year's show Is neither af firmed nor denied, but Indications Justify tho belief that the board of directors are Klvlns more than casual consideration to to the idea. For Zonular Visitor. Many affairs have bn planned tn honor ot tho house guests of Mrs. Leo Huff, Mesdamea Max Egge, H. W, Bock, J, C. Qereuiacher of Grand Island. Satur day jiyenlns Mrs. La Jloy Pegau enter- talat-d at dinner. Monday night Mrs Albert Krug will give a, dinner followed by an Orpheum party. Tuesday, Mrs. E. J. Pruenlag will give a bridge, lunch eon, in their bqnar- Tuesday evening Mrs. W. El. Oilier will entertain at dinner nm( Vednesday, M.r, Howard Opuldin will gtva a bridge luncheon. Mr. and Mrs, jr. Peters will entertain at a dinner tins evening for these guests when those present win be; Mesdames Mesdamea Mr. and Mrs. Lee Huff. Mfv and Mrs. XL N. X'etera. To Sail Soon. Mr, and Mrs, John A, McShaae wilt Join the Omaha party sailing February 7 for tne .Panama cruue Mrs. 3, .13, Summers and, son Stuart aim.ner latner, Mr. George a. Hoagland, left Katurday for Ban Francisco to sail nest, weanesaay xor Honolulu to join Mra. Koagtaud. who Is visiting her daughter, Jars. David Stone, at Schofield Barracks. Birthday Surprise Party. On Wednesday evening tho officers of tho Payld A. Baum club QUd, the pmaha Wlrrleejs association gave a surprisa party for Mr. Porter Qulnby In honor )t ttl eighteenth birthday. OMr. Qulnby Is president of the Omaha Wirl association and a very popular jucmbar ot the younger bl He was Patronesses imemmtammzi i h im .sssssssssW Keeentcd with a handsome Deforest, andlon detsctor for his wireless station. The supper room was decorated In club color and on the place cards wero painted tho monograms ot each clun. Tho table centerpiece was a shower of popcorn balls and candy favors, sus pended from tho chandelier by ribbons. This encircled the birthday cake, wilh lighted candles, also In club colors. . Those, present wero: Misses Mlssea Alblna Walasak, Myrtle Dutchcr. Pauline QrlflUli, Julia Qulnby, Messrs. Ed Osborne, Porter Qulnby, trrancea semicx, Lillian Dickman, Messrs. Dll Bowser. Cliff Farrell. Fred Bowser. Mr. ana Mrs. 11. 11. uinoy. 'Ana ragaico ciuu cuici uiipiru a dancing; party on Wednesday evening at Ambrust hall, .Twenty-fourth and Vlaton strepts. Those present wero: MIsbps- Misses- Barbara Bauman, Margaret Shields, Ituth Hudson Lillian Dlokman, Julia Qulnby, Georgia Short. Irene Hough, Olga Hoffman, Lillian Saunders; Mary Ann Shirley, Frances Mulholland, lola Marsh, Korrlne Saunders, Alma Broderdorp, Clara Broderdorp, Irene Stoltenbertr, Mario Norgard. Irene Daley, Elslo Pepper, lnea Long, Lillian Day. Pcdrl Peck. Mcsars. lAWrence Grobeck, Margaret Casey, Georgia Miller, Savn uauioison, dna Kodse, ines I'ersips. Mabel McFarland, Marsarct Brock- mHl'. Harriet Hansen, uauy waurer, Iloso Dixon, Jan Penner, KStner owanson,. Kihi Mulholland, Grace Mlnntck, Roa Hani. Stella Burgess, Misers. a.'T. Kauffman. W. Cavnaugh. jacK wmic Frank U Goodwin, Eugeno May, Thomae Brown. Jackson. unanes uauman, William Nlttjcr, B. Mlllnr. Harry "Unlit. . D, O'Leary. Harry HllclUer, Willis Summers, Vcrn. SmltK 15, Keiiy, C. E. iioffman, John Tierney, Frank Ekdahi, John J. Spullman, if. U. Ruffner, Carl Dickman, . Walter Perdval, j. j. coiiins. John Nyland, I i.ijiz. eorge Klndell. Elmer Pa Hon, la. t. HUll. P. H. MtCrone. unaries unwero, U. w. uckiov V. W. Klncal T. M. Carlisle. J. 11. Jaske. . Henry Hansen, James Norgard, o; c. Slaughter, D. P. pallahan, JOaMtDl pn vaugnn. O. Marks. Everett Boyd. Ralph Bishop, W. Glover. riarry i.roDecK, Nr. ana ra. J The M. N. O, club will hold Its second dancing party oj tho season at the Rome hotel, January ST. Tho member" ot the club are Misses Florence Iloye Honore fVard, Elsie Uousman. la Brldg.es, Apne Jessen. Marie ara, Mane jessen, Aiauei Housman and Mra, T. J. Hurite, The Jollyata" club entertain" at a dancing party at Mstropolltan hall Sun day eY?nlnf. The committee In charge U Miss Irene uoiustone, mi4 Anna tvauy, Miss Charlotte Thomas and Mr. 3, Crounse. The Yellowstone Gun club gave a danclnf party a Its club rooms, )st evening. Phi Sigma Phi Entertains. Members pt the Phi Sigma Phi fra ternity gave their first party In their new club raqms at Twenty-fourth and Pratt Streets Saturday evening. The rooms were decorated with, the club colors ot dark blue and gold, while numerous pen' nants of the different schools ot the country were also hung about the walls, The guests were entertained with a varied program ot music, speeches and games, One ot the unique features ot the party of the Creighton mMr .x. imw w w was tho manner In which tho boy mem bers of tho fraternity served refresh ments. Tho commlttco in charge of the affair woro Dick Richards, Oldham Pals ley and JoBoph Weinberg. Thpse present wore: Misses Misses Elizabeth Crawford, Efflo Clelland, Delia Nelsen, Pearl Gaines, May Leach, Margaret Lewis, Helen Johnson, Irono Majors, MarlonM'eursail, Margaret Raffan, Mildred Jones, Anuotta Nourse, Joan Richards. Margaret Solomon. Elizabeth Uerryman, Ferne Klssell, Messrs.. Mcssrs.- Elnmr ithoden, Almut EVilomon, John tielby, Ftnley Jenkins, A .. ,1 1 . Vlctor Jorgcnsen, Stanley High, Joseph AVclnberg, Dick Richards. James Westerfleld, Oldham Paisley. Neiil Parsons, Glo Bennett. uien Reaves, Paul Solby. George Pariah, Wllard Flor. frl ft ft ft Wr.i4an Prof. Pansy wiillains. I'ror. santorn uiirora. Mr. and Mra. D. 13. Jenkins. cir, ana Airs, Morns Mortensen. Mr. and Mr. Kenneth Findtayson. Birthday Party. Mr. and Mm J. W. Hitch entertained Tuesday evening In honor ot their daugh ter, Miss Ebplso Jay's eighteenth birth day. Carnatlops, rosea and narcissus with forria were used throughout the bousa and the evening woa spent In games and music, Thqao present were: Misses Misses-, Helen Jergusen, Anna Mlngus, Ethel Tower, Marlowe Hitch, Cora Jones, Mabla Wilson, Cora Croffet. Elsie Hitch. urace vomica, Messrs. Messrs. A. Hoffman. II. Btoffor. J. Dudley. W, Comstock. Weldman, Arthur Carlson, Frank Armtronir. "Walter Hitch. A, McClung, Bkatinsr Party, Tho David A- Raum club and the Omaha Wireless adaptation gave a. Joint club party on Sunday at Carter lake. Tho afternoon was. spent in skating and races on the tee. The evening was spent at the home ot Miss Lilian Dickman, in roasting; wtenle and popping corn. Those present were! Mlssea. Misses Lillian Dickman. Olga Marxen. Rose Walasek. Frances Bemick, Messrs. Fred Bowier, K. Castberg-, Kd Arms, Cllf?' Farrell- Anna Verner, Alblna ValaatW, rauUne Qrlffltb, Myrtle Dutchcr, Julia Quinsy, Messrs. Carl Itempel, Djll Rowaer, Porter Qulnby, Kd Qsborno, Win Qangnebln, Orphenm Party, The Patrician olub entertained at an Orpheum party Thursday evening for the members and their friends. Bridge Party. Mrs. Henry AVyrnan jntertalncd at bridge at her home Saturday afternoon in honor V Miss Uanscom and Miss 1 Glee Club France of New York, who uro the guests ot Mrs. John I 'Kennedy, Her guests Included: Misses Hanscom, Mcsdamesr Tda Sharp, John 1 Kennedy, Herman Kountze, J. ta, Lehmer, ' II. V, Yates, Misses France, Mesdames John A.' McShane, John L: Baldwin, John Patrick, 3. t Duller. Evening Party. Dr. and Mrs, W. H. Mick entertained a nurnber ot their friends at their home Saturday avenlntf. Mr, Palmer of the Youpg Men's Chrl"tlan. association gave several rcaUn$ from Kipling. Those present were: Df. and Mra. A. F. Tyler. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Ballard. Dr. and Mrs. W. U Ross. Dr. and Mrs, C. II. Newell Dr. and Mrs. A. O. Peterson. Dr. and Mrs. C. I. Kennedy. Dr. T. T. Harris. Theater Party for Guests. Mr. and Mfs. B. E. Short of Sioux City, Ta., aro the guests, of Mvr, and Mrs. ay vierung ror a few days. in. tljelr honor Mr, and Mrs. Vlerllng ylll enter tain at a theater party at the Brandes THE KIMBALL HolS tieen witln the House of Hospe since 1874 just $ 325 JL JF M. LCJ.JL 9 -$400 TJas piano good enough for your gr&ndfatlier, your grand mother yoqr father and mother and it's good enough for you And Her Are a Few Used Pianos All Pitt In First Class Bhapo. Borno Hare Rargalus. HAMiET & DAVIS, NBWDV & EVANS, JAMKS&HQIaTRQM 175, m 40, q.UU xx up? nawe-f.vKi i-er y?eK VflfH VF 7 'Si'ar- : , . , . M , Zl" DR. TODD'S Is aeUatry tuw 0tMtcd the mm OFFICE 403 BRANDEIS UUILDING Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith will bo their additional guests. Elks' Dancing Party. The Elks' Dancing club pavo one of Its enjoyablo parties Wednesday night -The following were present: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.-- I?rtJlaJa'PU Jvil'flP. Upward Gouldlng. Oeorge Johnson, Harry fiteln, H. F. Ij. ICckermann. Charles Dcttman, Fltzlmons. Hnny Ilran'H. Pratt Harwood, W; H. Gould, II. II. Crbnk, WllUam Plainer. Qliarics Madhy, G. H. Itheam. Ik Im Hamlin, n, hl Brown. Hoover,' HclwlB, Grunt Williams, Kll Bralloy, Alnx need, Bd Eden. N. A. Chains. William Dorrancc, Charles DaKclle, I,. N. Dcrmody, Henry Peters, N. M. Devltt. George N. tihlclds, Misses Nettle Bchooley, Mabel Whitney, lluby Anderson, Kruger, Inez Iatey, Ella Peterson. Evelyn BpcUmon, Margaret Colt. Frances Schm-'tt, Koy pegau Mlsaes Anna Nebje, Mario Kunz. Allco Bame', Grace Berg. Catherine) D'Orady, Dora Haarmunn, Helpn Itosseri, Jcscle Odell, Adctllno Wycof, Holen Grndy, Irene Hlgbee, Bertha Mirz, Laura Potei'eon. Margaret Foley. Clara Gorvercau, J. Jj; Mullen. 1;. J. Gardner, Mary English. Messrs. Iatiric Hansen, P. 11 Gwynnc, O. l Battey. Itobert Smiley, F. W. Cullen. Robert Shields, R. J. Olson, A. J. Kelley. Clara, Scott. Man;aret Past, Messrs. 1. W. Knleht. Ed Hnwley. C. L. Bwancutt, L. N. Nygaaid, Claude Blfo. Otto Nlolson, Earnest Harwood, Al Kellstrom. Clarence Hall. M. II. Harris, Freeman Bradford. Bert Miner. uayes usantner, i red itossbach, J. Walter Doyle. H. E. Frost, Henske, Leo Dugher, I. W. Miner. Luncheon and "Whst. Mrs. F. E. Pcarco and Mrs. L. A. Gar ner entertained tfio Omaha Whist club at a luncheon Friday at tho Loyal hotel. Three immense baskets of Killarney roses were used for the tablo decoration. They were tied with pink tullo bows and strands of the pink tullo wero stretched between the baskets. Pink shaded candles and place cards, which opened up to resemble a bouquet of flowers wero used. Following' the luncheon the ladles played cards at the home of Mrs, Pearce, high scores being mado by Mesdams Haverstlck. Coutant. Yates and Cop petzer. Those present were: Mesdames Mesdames John N. Baldwin, George E. Havorstlck, A. A. Fuller. W H. Wllber, Chipmnn of New Yprk City, Everett of CoUpMI Bluffs. D. y. qhoIe. J. C. Cadwlck, Ta C. Gibson. Henrv W. yntes, Frank Colpetzer, A. O, Rd wards, M T. frelRh'. F. J. Fitzgerald, T JT.Orr. Phplp Poftor, tv. .t. Broatch. C. K Coutant, Sixfcw.Sjx Plnh Pance. The Blxty-Slx cjub entertained at dance at Chambers' Frfday evening, when miu?b iresci)i were. Messrs. and Mesdames J. R. Golden, II. A. Viner. Geprgo Waterman, H. L. Allman, C. H. Clarke. I. A. Medlar, A. C. Foster. O. A. Young, J. P. Palmer, G. II. Rheam, A. C. Potter. G. O. Pray, Stanley Green, R. S. Trimble. j: a. Mdintvrd, , T. Ansel. J. F, Qreieley. - H. C, Paul, f E. S. Freeman, la IT. Kohn. Walrath, K. I Potter, H. I. Adams. C. N. Walrath, C. J5. Mlckel, R. V. Cole, J. E. Bishop, B. T. Rector, J. E. Pulver, J. F. Little. Allan Palmer, Burd S. Miller. W. M. McKay, E. F. Howe, N. H. Nelson, T. M. Conklln, F. J, Jumper, J. P. Cook, R. G. Goddard, W. N. Dorward. J. A. Llndorholrn. o. x . ivnng. J. B. Cunningham, W. G, Shrlver. O. M. Edwards, W. M. Kennedy, O. L. Hart, R. W. Palmer. W. H. Taylor. J. E. Walrath. J S. Wllllbrand, L. M. Rogers, 13. A. Knapp, J. B, Fradenberg, G. A. Baxter, O. E. Hamilton, R. A. Dodge, L. C. Hamilton, Thomas Fell, R. F. Howe. M. D. Cameron, G. T, Kunne, F. J. Teggart, Jqhn Lavelle, R. N. Howe. XL II. Swartwout. G. K, Thompaon, .T S. Kelley" C, ta. Fosa. R. RlX. O. A. Peterson, W, A. Plel. ' E. T.' Abbptt, George B. Darr, W. T. WUsonl q. B. shipard, Lunoheon for Guest. "Mrs. Edward Pegau was hostess Friday nt a, luncheon a ther homo In Dundee, given In honor of. Miss Lydla Stamm, the guest ot Mrs. L. p. Vpham. Tho lunch eon guests; were members ot the Dundee Luncheon club and Included Mrs. F. I. Elllck, Mr' C. 6. Talmadge, Mrs. S. R. Rush, Mrs. "V. E, Rhoadcs, Mrf- Allan Parmer, Mrs. G. M. Durkee, Mrs. F. W. Carmlchaoi, Mrs. E. E. Klmberley, Mra Paul Slsson, Mrs, IIull of Ohio, Mra Oscar Goodman and Mrs. Royal Miller, faforma Repeptfpn." An .informal reception tn honor of Mmo. Von Unschuld, one of the soloists to ap pear at the Creighton Glee club concert, wU bp given by her Omaha friends In the parlors of tho arts college on the afternoon of the concert Mmo. Unschuld Is a personal friend pt Qmaha's leading BRADBURV STBINEH, KlMBALIa STEGEB, MEHlaIN HqilfliPNW. Make Tour wi( TERMS UP, H8t 5175, $200, RESEARCH Of aU Hmatiltary partial plates, ub- HER ENGAGEMENT TO 18 JUST ANN0UNCK.T1 musicians, all of- whom speak of her In high terms. Among those who will be present at the reception are: Mr. and Mrs. Max Landow, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Borglum, Mrs. Robinson and daughter, Bella, and Miss Mary Munchoff. Trip Abroad, Mss Elizabeth E. Griffith and Miss Julia Ta Melotte will sail February 2 on the steamship Rotterdam, from New York, for a three-month trip through the Mediterranean and Orient Tango Party. Mr. Marshall Dillon and Mr. Harlcy Deems entertained forty nf their friends at a tango dance Saturday evening at Jacob's hail Entertain at Cards'. The ladles' auxiliary to the Master Plumbers association entertained at a card party Saturday evening at the- home of Mr. nnd Mra. D. W Dudgeon. The husbands wero tho guests or honor. Airs, George J. Morris assisted (he hostess, Those present were: Mlssea Misses Ruth Cattln, Nellie Dudgeon. Messrs. Messrs. Harland Cattln. John Edwards. Robert McAllister. Mr. and Mrs. IIoHls Johnson, Mr, and Mrs, Pus Blscr, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cattln, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Faulkner, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Qrunwold. Mr. and Mrs. M. Gold, Mr. and Mrs. George J. Morris, Mr, and Mrs. Frank &orrs, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wing, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. B, 6. Epworfh, Mr. iand Mrs. Harry McVea. The Universal circle wll entertain at a card party at their hall, .Twenty-eighth and Fowler, THesp'qy afternoon. Mrs. E. Moore and Mr A. Jacobson w)U be hostesses. Entertain at Luncheon. Mrs. Leo Huff entertained at luncheon Friday for her house guests, Mesdames I. W. Bock, Max Egge, J, C. Gerspachor of Grand Island and who wlt bo her guests for a week. Many affairs are being planned In their honor' Thoso present were Mesdames. Mesdames. Le Koy Pegau H," E. Chapman, B..A. Shryrock. JI. N, P II. M. Gic H. B. B Peters. Guuldlng, Boyles. Chaplea Jewell, J. C. Gcrspaohpr, w. r. piller, Albert Krug, B. A, Bruening, E, A. Higgens, John McShane, w. i. uoney, Max EtTKe. W. R, Bock, Lee Huff. In honor of her mother, Mrs. Pcrley, Mrs. Francs Brogan gave a luncheon Thursday, when those present wore Mr. Heth, Mrs. H. C. Smith, Mrs. Wakeley, Mrs. Elolso Nichols, Mrs. James Mc Kenna, Mrs. Hoivard Baldrlse td& Mrs. Wilson Low, In honor of her sister, Mrs. Beghtol, and of Mss Caroline Harding, Mrs. llaryey Mllllken entertained Wednesday at luncheon, when the guests were Mrs. Windsor Megeath. Ms. Ben Wood, Jr., Mrs. Georgo Turner, Mrs. Samuel Rees, Jr., and Miss Adelyn Wood. Entertains at Kensington. The Fontanello chapter of the Order of tho Eastern Star will hold a kenslng ton at the homo Qf Mfs. C. D. Scott, 117 South Thlrty-slxht street, Friday after noon. Guests Entertained. Mr. and Mrs. Lester and Miss Iucle Ravenecroft of Denver aro spending the day wth Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mahoney and family. They aro about to take tho Mediterranean trip, after which Miss PIANO (Sasy terms if yon so desire.) A. HOSPE CO. 1513 Douglas St. Quf price tags tel fie tritti MP, IIS I ROOMS Tho Best Variety. The Beo classified pages carry advertisements of th.e best rooms and apartments for rent in the city. Phone your ad to Tyler 1000. Ravens-roft will H la Uonsectnim. Fiance, to ttto convent whWt MIm lr Mahoney attended. There will be an in formal tea In honor of tho guests uiw afternoon. Entertain at Dinner. ThurJav evening .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph i PaldrlKO entertained Mr. and Mrs. Gould Diet. Dr. and Mrs. Hull, Mrs. vm Cowln, Miss Doano, Jllss Heth Valll, Mr. . Ed George, Mr. W. Farnam Smith anu Mr. Clifford Wolfo nt dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Falrflold gavo a dinner Thursdny prior to tho dancing class nt , Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Nosh's. Their guests were Sir. and Mrs. J. do Forest Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barker, Miss How ard nnd Mr. C. W. Hull. la Veta Club Entertained. Mrs. E. Spcrrlcker entertained the La . Veta club at a bridge luncheon at her 1 home Wednesday. The prizes wero won by Mrs. II. G- Matthen and Mrs. J. F. Meyer. Mrs. Sidney and Miss Baldwin of Elkhorn, Neb., wero the guests ot the I dub. Thoso present wore: Mesdames Mesdames J. J. Berger. H. M. Poters, H. Q.eselln. H. Rix. F. G. Despeclier, E. Bperricker, P. Finley, R. J. Tatn, G. Matthen. Ta J. Unzerzngt. J. It. Martin, Sidney. J. V. Meyers. Miss Baldwin of Elkiiorn, weD. Law Department Entertains. The law department of Creighton uni versity will entertain at a dancing party at Turpln'a academy Monday evening. Plans aro also being laid for a banquet which is to be held February 18. the placo to be announced later. New Tango Club Organized. A Tango club was formed Thursday , evening at Chambers', the members ot Which reside at tho Colonial apartments. The club will meet every Friday evening hereafter. Tho members Include: Messrs. and Mesdames B. 8. Rood, M. J. Ccakley, C. E. Staley, F. S. Hanna, Bert Cook. E. H. D'Jureen, E. K. Lowo, J. D. Garnsey, p. E. Wise, Mrs. M. V. Wilson. Misses Mleses . Hlbbnrd, Winifred Evans, Ruth Patterson, Nettleson, Lillian Wsser, Graco RusselL F. ,M. Lcet, Musicale Benefit. The second annual musicale for the benefit of Tpmplo Israel will be given February 10, under tho direction of' Misses Helen Sommer and Hortense and 'Mamlci Splesbcrger. A pplendldly ar ranged program of vocal and lristru- ( mental music will be presented. Thoso ' who will participate aro Misses Laura Gootz, Momto Splesbcrger, Hortense Splesberger, Madge West, Elolse West, Sara Schneider, Francos Palais, Helen Sommer and Mr. Harold Rouenbaum. Engagements Announced. Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Skinner announce the engagement of their sister. Miss Rozeltha Lenoir Sknner to Richard Clinton Robertson of Marinette, Wis. Tho wedding will take place Mqnday, Febru ary 2. The brldo Is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, whHe Mr. Rob ertson Is a banker at Marinette, where tho young couple will make their home. (Continued on Page Three.) Cook's Latest Offer Mothers Mngazlno, Wonians Homo Companion, American Magazine, or Mothers Magazine, Woi?iuis Home Companion, Delineator, Either club for 40 cents flown and 30 cent per month. Lpt tho agent cxplnln. LEO A. DYE I Branch Manager, Ilrnndeis Theater Uldg. Tel. Red 3112. Removal Notice! Miss Pepper's Millinery School has moved from 014 S. 28th St., to ROOM 11, DAVIllfJK HMia, 18th nnd Farnam His. Learn o make your own hats. J2 les sons complete course, only t&.OO, After noon and evening classes this month. Classes start February 3.