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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1924)
American Husbands Are
Alike, Says Singer
"I think American husband Is
wonderful." said Mlaa laa Kremer.
singer, who arrived in Omaha Thura
day morning for her concert Friday
night at the Brandcla theater.
“lUnlljr, he la wonderful. In Eu
rope the girl don't understand euoh
wonderful companionship. The mo
ment they are married It Is over.
He hen many enjoyments out of his
house. Here." Mins Kremer contln
U#d With her good English of Russian
accent, "here when he Is married, he
Is wonderful companion In tha house
nnd with the children.
"Of the American flapper I am
much admirer. I like very much the
Idea of bringing up the children to
gether, both eoxea. Then they are
iiot self-conscious when they are
older. In Europe they are too much
apart and never become comrades.
"The American woman? Ah, ahe la
very pretty. But I hnte the Idea
they are all alike. They all bob their
beautiful hair the nuns. They were
the same cloth If one Is stout or thin
or tall or short. They all have the
same line. It la dot tasteful. In Eur
-rope women have Ihelr Individual
style. They don’t change with every
season. Every day. I rend. 6,000
woman bob their hair In New York,
because the new spring hat Is too
small to cover her beautiful locks.
It makes me sorry!"
In Russia, Miss Kremer was known
as "The Last Smile." She was the
last singer to appear before the osar.
He gave her a bracelet on that oc
casion. She continued to sing under
n bolshevik government there. "Ar
jtistlcslly We were very well under
that government," she said.
■ Last season she gave 11 concerts
"in Carnegie hall. This Is her second
Size and shape or style
of package don’t make
quality or flavor in
cheese, so don’t be
N deceived* Genuine
^ Kraft Cheese has our
name on It*
4 varitHtu Arntriiwm
*» - —-» H- i4 I—
^rwwi ^pas ay
season In America, She h»» * home
In Brooklyn. "I brought with m*
my mother and father, my maid and
my dog," *h* enld.
Mrs. Shephard Here
Mre. Wallace Shephard, mother of
the flanr* of Mia* Dorothy Judaon.
la a vlaltor In Council Bluffa with her
slater, Mre. William Pyper. end her
patents, Mr. and Mrs. John I. Lute.
Mr. Shephard and Kenneth will ar
rive later to remain until after th*
marriage of their eon and Mias 3ud
eon. Th* Shephard* now reside In
Cleveland. They were formerly real
dent* of Omaha.
Mm. Judaon will entertain at tea on
Wednesday for Mra. Shephard.
Mra. C. H. Muller, wife of Colonel
Muller of Fort Omaha, entertained
at luncheon dnrt bridge Thursday for
her gueat, Mra. Itoger Morrison, of
Covers were laid for Mesdames
Frank Amoa, R. B. Cole, C. E. Good
rich, Frank Halstead, II. A. Eaton,
J. M. Pruyn, Kyle Rucker. A. D.
DaVii, Robert Davis, L. S. Churchill.
Mary Porter, Dean Wilde, Misses
Nancy Faulkner and Edith Leonard.
Current Topic* Election.
The current topics department of
the Omaha Woman's club held Its
annuel election of officer* Tuesday
| afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. J.
M. Welshans was re-elected leader,
Miss Grace May Thomas, first assist
ant; Mrs. Edgar H. Allen, second as
sistant; Mrs. Frank Rudolph, third
assistant: Mrs. Millard Prentice, sec
re tafry ahd treasurer. Mrs. Mary I.
Cr»l|h was elected honorary leader,
having served as leader in the de
partment for 11 years.
The exhibition of paintings by the
eminent Spanish artists, Ramon and
Valentin Zublaurre, brought over by
the Carnegie Institute, recently
shown In Pittsburg, and In New
York, have been scheduled for ex
hibition here In December.
Two early American spinning
wheels, two reel* and a brass bed
warmer have been presented to the
Society of FihO Arts by Mrs. Ward
For Virginia Wood.
Mrs. ft. S. Schurnemann enter
tained at her home Friday evening
fbr Miss Virginia Wood of Lincoln,
thfe guest of Alice and Dorothy
Mrs. Morrison Hogtess.
Mrs. John Morrison will entertain
at luncheon Wednesday of next week
In her home.
£ Your Problems ]
Dear Mlaa Allen: 1 am writing to
; on for Information on a program for
a Junior-senior banquet. I have looked
and tried to get aomethlng here, with
Pleaee answer at once, aa tha ban
quet igh't far ofT. Thanking you In
advance, yours truly. ELLA E.
Ells E.: Tou ask about planning a
program for a Junior-senior banquet.
Such an affair should be carried off
with a certain dignity, although It
ought not to be too heavy. The usual
and probably most appropriate pro
gram is a toast list, relieved by music
and possibly a recitation or two.
Have your toast list center about
soma one theme or figure of Speech,
of which the Individual toasts can be
parts. A favorite scheme is to take
the class flower of the seniors and
hava the toasts represent Its various
parts. For Instance, if the flower is
a rose, the blossom may be likened to
the senior class, the gardener to the
faculty, the green leaves to the fresh
men, the thorns to examinations, etc.
One group of students in Martha
Allen's acquaintance chose the bee
hive for their theme, and likened
graduation to the setting forth of the
new swarm. Another has chosen the
ship, and Is comparing commence
ment to its laundering. Tou can work
out your own Idea and Suggest a half
dozen or so toasts on It.
If you hava time for something
more elaborate, you might get s
group of students to work out a play
lst hitting off some aspect of school
life, or giving Impersonations of mem
bers of the outgoing clsss. Of course
as the seniors are your guests, you
would want to bs careful to do this
In a very friendly way and to avoid
hurting sny one's feelings. A more
sober program might Include an
speaker from outside the school. But
In most cases the toest list offers the
most satisfactory solution of your
Pear Martha Allen: We are two
girl* ■till In high school who used to
be popular with both boys and girls,
but now we are only popular with
Wa Indulge In tha so-called petting
parties, is this what coat ua our pop
ularity with tha girl*? Pleas* print
this with an anawer. Sincerely.
TVONNB ANI> YVHTTH.
I rather Judge you are unpopular
with any nice people, girls and hoys,
and that you are populnr only with
boya who don't respect you. It's a
poor kind of popularity and one Hny
girl can win If she la willing to sac
rifice her reputation.
Mies Twenty: You Should tee a
good chiropodist shout your fallen
arches. He might l>e side to glv# you
soma exercises that would help.
Club Calendar for Today.
T«(ilinlt«l tilth irhMl annual apara.
“Tha hrltM of PanAunca,” April ll In
tha tilth •»h«nl auditorium.
NrntIUlt fill** Woman’* rlnb. Mtflrular
hti*in»n* marina at tha flmltlah Hit*
rathariial Friday at I r m
1 anrnnlla Ringing inrlrfr. tnnnlhlv
matting Fil4*y 4*«nlhg Haatnta*
r»f lmpnr*anrr will hr dlartiaaad and
All m»mhir« ara IIU»1 In ba praaant
Mania laaf 4 haptar ho. IM, <1. R. 4..
#111 bam It a raanlar monthly han»lngfan
at t n'Horlt Frida* aftarnoao in tha Rt*<l
«*rna« room of tha Matnnla tampla A»
lamina t* aaiia<t to lb* ahaaaa al 4ai
gim Mistdte is ruder.
Th# frock shown In Ih# sketch In
day la Ih# type of dreaa one cannot
poaelhly get along without. It la suit
able for #o many occasions and I#
altogether an practical and smart that
It cannot fall to have a wide appeal,
for lta practice! qualities If for noth
A frock of thla kind fo be smart
must first of all bfc perfect In lta lines
and tailoring, for these features ara
essential. If any trimming la used it
should be In the tailored character
of the frock. Any form of elaborate
ornamentation would defent lta pur
pose and ruin the effect of youthful,
almost boyish simplicity, which Is the
main charm of the dress.
The material is that perennially
popular stuff, navy blue Tolret twill,
more In demand than ever this spring
tor tailored frocks and suits, as the
mode holds It In high favor.
The trimming, of the utmost sim
plicity, Is strictly In keeping with the
character of the frock. It consists
of a boyish linen collar and a band of
big white bone buttons down th#
front and on the top of the sleeves.
These give Individuality without in
the leest destroying the tailored look.
,\ tailored frock of navy blue twill U
trimmed with big white bone but
tons. The boyish collar It While
.... — —
Ed Mornn of Nebraska City spent
Wednesday In Omaha.
Children of Colonel and Mr*.
Murchison are confined to their home
with the measles.
Mrs. Arthur Griffith and her sister.
Miss Genene Noble, who are at
Oberlln college in Oh*o, spent their
vacation in Cleveland.
Mrs. Halstead, wife of Colonel Flal
stead. Is in the Paxton Memorial
hospital, convalescent following an
operation undergone on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. HarrlSon will
return from Miami, Fla., where they
have spent the winter, within the
next week. They are coming by way
of Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Burt will
leave this week-end to make their
home in Dallas, Tex. Mr. Burt has
been the thermostat expert during
the last two years with the building
of Technical High school.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis 8. Gaines
moved Into their new home on West
Farnam on Monday of this week.
Miss Katherine Dickey of Kansas
City will arrive to be their guest
within the next two weeks.
At Omaha Club.
Mrt. Fred Daugherty will give t
luncheon at the Omaha club on Sat
The place where the tnowman wa*
The playthlnga are all laid away.
For eon la taller than daJdy It how,
And dada hair la turning gray.
O bring back the daya of my boyhood
O bring back my fun with my toya.
And tell dear old dad
IIow I loved all he did.
To fill my kid daya full of Joya.
—E8TEIJ.A EVANS MCIiOUD,
York, Neb. I
/ . >
Thorne Friday Specials
Smartest ^OC Value*
New Styles ipMi/ to $39.50
Mrs. Cameron Is
Mr*, M. tv Cameron ha* been aeked
to serve on MM very Important
reaolutlon* eotrwnWtee of (he national
eonventlnn of the Young Women'i
Chrlatlan aawvlatlon April 10 lo May
* In New York City.
Other delegate* who will go from
Omaha will Include Mra, f, W,
Carmichael, preeldent of the hoard of
director*; Mlaeea Rltaaheth Howard,
Mary Hatton, Lotilae Hatch and Kdna
Stratton, member* of the ataff: Ml**
Mary Parker, girl reaerve repreaenla
live, and Ml** Kthel Thompaon, club
Alpha Chi Omega.
Mr*. C. ,T. Thureton Will entertain
Friday at the Branded at luncheon
when her guest* will be the alumnae
of Alpha Chi Omega.
Judge Is Musician
as Well as
Judge Pl-new e* Allen, who 'actlire*
*1 I hi fliandat* theater Aurdsy Al
i II p m under the attepleae tf the
league of Women Voter*, II III •*■
eotnpHahed ptintet M well • Hanlel
eoms to judgment and ona of Ih#
heal Informed women In the land.
My a Mies Elisabeth Koop, teacher at
Ml** Koop knew Ml** Allen per
sonally for II year* while teaching it
twiirel arhool, ('let eland, where Mle#
Allen hart boon a teacher previously.
The woman judge ha* alway* re
tained a rloa# contact'with the arhool
and la In great demand at all tta pro
grams, aa a visitor, a musician, or a
•peaker. Her tmislral education aha
received In Germany during her year*
of study there.
"A delightful friend, with a person
ality and an Intellect of many an
gle*.” I* Ml** Koup'a chararterlMtlon
of the judge. "As her career pro
gnoses ahe grow* more and more
studious, but retains her human
Mr* S K D*»i** wilt gle# • M»M*
bring* on Raturnar.
garti t.irl lor Meroelf.
K*M! What i* th* ptopw t**«th,
for a girl a rtlrt*
Clar* That all .t»|*#ed* ob h*r Mf*. ;
<t*ar‘-S'»w Torn Sun and rH«ha,
rathrr I w*nt my d*«gblisr tW|
pitrrr aB *ronemtr*l roueg ntaB.
Sultor-Tr*. »tr. M*r t borrow
your ear to tah* her Hdtttf'— N*W i
Torit RuB and OI«b*
Tha while fo* I* making It* spring
low And In Awn for wuuma wonr 1
Trees - Shrubs
Nebraska grown, hard y
stock. An assortment of
everything that grows at
our new sales grounds.
20th and Dodge Sta.
C. E. BALDWIN, Mgr.
HA 3»» or AT 9174
«<lh (Ho (MtfMltAr MAM «»t«
IT0 SprnaJite In
00% nf thn*p irhn rnmr
her* to fhnp—rrturn tn
Inn •• thn\ know nur I
Friday Is Baby’s Day at Herzbergs
Splendid Values Throughout the Department J*
Free Photograph of Baby-jtf
We want every mother in Omaha to be thoroughly acquainted with this beau
tiful department, and as an incentive wo will make Friday of each week
“Baby’s Day,” on which special values will be effered in practical apparel for
babies to four years.
White with pink and bine
border* or plaids. Extra qual
ity. Rise aoxw npr^.
Organdie bonnet*| laee and
embroidery trimmed| turn
back style. C*1 AZ
Oonble frill*. V-loW
I.nWB, eriraudr and dimity
dresses. Some In itrlj* and
rross bar effects. PO A ~
Rleevele** and Mjuare neck
effect* In Hatch *tjle two.
piece effect*. C?0 051
Vnvelt* pocket*.. *P*t»m**J
—Baby’s Photograph Taken Free
Large Size Photograph Made by Heyn
Beginning tomorrow and continued as a regular Baby’s Day (Friday) feature, we
will give with overy purchase amounting to three dollars or over, made in the in
fants' section, a Coupon which entitles you without cost, to one large size Dresden
Artists Proof mounted photograph of baby, done by the Heyn Studio.
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Now read this letter of thanks
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Remember, it is because Kellogg's
Bran is ALL bran thst it was so
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W im r ftOmJt
Imagine a young nig weighing lit
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parked In bed. a weakling weighing 44
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since I waa a kid paid me what the thought
eras a last visit. Upon being told al my
plight aba immediately mentioned your
product for such an ailment. Maybe Some
of ua didn't look upon hrr views v*ry
lightly ... It waa to laughl
My dear friend. I am Still laughing ...
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I can talk, and whenever the opportunity
Entente itself, my month la alweye fall aif
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Yours for euccese,
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221 Salem 9t., Woburn, Mata.
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