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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1918)
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All the famous trotters, paean
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wiches and Coffee served in the
Opposite Krug Park
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Nephew of Omaha Woman
Sings to Soldiers Near
In far-off France .under the flaring
lights in a Young Men's Christian
association hutk you might hear the
lilting strains of "Give Me-a Kiss,
Mirandy." At the piano sits a little
woman whose skillful fingers slip
from one melody to another as she
accompanies the singer by her side,
who looks out on a sea of upturned
faces. The men in uniform drink in
every word of the simple, homey
melodies, sung to make them forget
the booming guns outside and to
bring home and loved ones a little
, Mr. Forrest Rutherford is the
singer and the scomposer of
the song with such a ' mili
tary swing to it. He won the $1,000
prize offered by the New York Herald
for the best marching song, and be
fore long bothMr. Rutherford and
his accomplished wife, who accom
panies him, were at Camp Funston en
tertaining ne boys in tne xoung
Men's Christian association huts
Mr. Rutherford is a nephew of Mrs.
John M. Macfarland of Omaha and
is a former Penver man. In his zeal
to make the way easier for our fight
ing men he asked to be sent to France
that heand Mrs. Rutherford might
bring a little sunshine into the
trenches and the1 way, was soon
opened for this couple to do their
part "over there." Despite the fact
that wives are not allowed to ac
company their husbands to France for
war work, an exception was made of
Mrs. Rutherford because of her work
Mrs. Macfarland has received one
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letter from Mr. Rutherford in which
he speaks most enthusiastically of
their work and of the reception his
little song, "Give Me a Kiss, Miran
dy," has received. Mrs. Rutherford,
who is probably the only wife who is
working side by side with her hus
band for the great , cause, is a for
mer New York girl, and there is no
doubt that 'tier charming personality
has won her as much adoration aj her
skill in entertaining.
French Program, -
The French department oL the
Holyoke-Dox school will give sFpro
gram Thursday evening at the school..
The entertainment, under the direc
tion of Miss Martha Barr, will consist
f short French plays and songs. A
special invitation Has been extended to
members of the Alliance Francaise.
Graduation Exercises. -
Graduation exercises for the seniors
of St. Bercbman's academy will be
held Monday night, June 17, in St.
Berchman's hall. Archbishop J. J.
Harty will preside and Francis P.
Matthews will give an address.
The following girls will receive
diplomas: Margaret E. Murphy, Mar
guerite M. Foley, Marcella G. Ken
nedy, Marie M. Flannigan, May Belle
Etchison and Kathleen B. Dunphy.
On the Calendar. .
Mrs. Martin Lohlien will entertain
the St. James Orphanage sewing circle
at her home, 2764 Webster street,
For the School Set.
The Larai club of 'Central High
school, gave a dancing party Monday
evening at the 'Blackstone.
The Hook Worm club, a little cot
erie of high school chaps, will give
a dancing party thist evening at the
Prettiest Mile club. The boys have
decided to make the party as simple
as possible, and there will be no dec
orations. About sixty guests will
attend the affair.
A luncheon will be given by the.
Smith College club, July 9, at the
Country club. The honon guests will
be the Omaha graduates and the
girls who will enter Smith in the
The Emanon club will give a
dinner-dance Monday, June 10, at the
Picnic at Child's Point.
Book club members will study their
final lesson of the season from the
open book oi nature, for on Thurs
day a picnic will be given by the
club at picturesque Child Point.
This is not to be just a sandwich and
lemonade picnic, but a real beefsteak
roast. Potatoes will be roasted in the
embers of the fire and a delicious
fruit salad will accompany the beef
steak. Mrs. J. H. Conrad is president
Returns to Alma Mater
After Sixty Years
Just sixty years 'ago this June, Mrs.
C II. Stephens was awarded her di
ploma from the University of Iowa.
To celebrate this diamond anniver
sary the distinguished afuminus will
return to be honor guest at the com
mencement exercises of her Alma
Mrs. Stephens is one of two living
members of her lass. She was ac
companied to Iowa City by her
daughter, Mrs. E. J. Whistler.
- In spite of the fact that this former
Iowa. student's school days are so
far beind her, she has been so active
in doing her part in war work that
many a younger woman could profit
by ner shining example. She has
completed sixteen sweaters in less
than a year's turn'.
Mrs. Stepens is a member of the
Benson Red Cross hospital garment
auxiliary, whose members work in
the Benson city .'jail.
of the club, which meets every two
weeks during the winter, closing the
year with a day spent out-of-doors.
Omahans who knew Meyer Helt
man, pioneer Omahan, will be inter
ested in'the marriage announcement
made by, Mr. and Mrs. HenryB.
Sachs of Cincinnati, O. Their daugh
ter, Marie, became the bride, Satur
day, June 1, of Mr. Arthur Hoff
Benefit Dance at Auditorium.
Balcony seats at the Auditorium
will be placed on sale for 25 cents for
the "jitney dance" to be given by
Omaha women Thursday evening for
the fund of the military baftd at Fort
Riley and the local Associated Chari
ties. '' :
At the Country Olubs
Mrs. Cuthbert Vincent entertained
a number of prominent club women
at the club today1, when the honor
guest was Mrs. Joseph Metzler of
Los Angeles, who is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Charles Rosewater. x
Miss Zadelle Smith, a" charming vis
itor from Los Angeles, has had a num
ber of delightful affairs given in her
honor and all her old-time friends who
knew her when she made her home in
Omaha are planning parties for every
day of her stay. , Mrs. G. M. Durkee
asked a number of the younger girls
to meet Miss. Smith at luncheon at
the club today. Pink peonies, fresh
from the garden decorated the table.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cowell will
entertain dinner party tonight, when
their guests will include: Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Martin, Mr. A. G. Munger
and Miss Mona Cowell.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Belden
will have eight guests and Mr. 'and
Mrs. E. A. Sherman will entertain a
Thursday is ladies' luncheon' day at
the club and a number of large parties
will be given: Mrs. W. H. Turner will
have a party of 22, and parties of 12
will be given by Mrs. C. C. Belden' and
Mrs. J. H. Monroe.
Miss Gladys Peters entertained a
luncheon party of nine guests at the
to Preside at Commerce
" High School Banquet
' Mrs. Arthur Mullen left Monday for
Clinton, la., where she will attend the
convention of the Iowa Catholic Fed-,
eration of Alumnae, which will be held
at Mount St. Claire's convent Satur
day and Sunday. Mrs. Mullen will
spend a week in Chicago before re
turning. Miss Nacmi Robinson of
Walnut, la., is a guest at the home of
her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
, According' to a cable received this
week, Captain McMicken Hanchett,
tormerly ot Council tsiuris, who is
with base hospital No. 3, has arrived
safely in Prance.
Miss Isabel Putt of Fremont, Neb.,
who spent he week as the guest of
her sister, Mrs. J. H. Rushton, re
turned Monday to her home.
Mrs. Lyell Jiushton had as her
guests for the week-end Miss Kath
erine Howey of Beatrice, Miss Vir
ginia Gallantyn of Kearney and Miss
Gertrude Munger of Spencer, la. All
are members of the Delta Gama so
rority. Mrs. T. R. Rutledge will lsave
Wednesday morning for Plattsmouth,
where she willattend the. wedding of
Miss Edith Dovey and Lieutenant
Floyd Harding, which "will take place
Mr. and Mrs. F.. E. Rudolph and
son. Francis, will leave this week
for the Atlantic coast, where they
will spend the sutoimer motoring
through the New Wtngland states,
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Miss Gertrude de Waal will pre
side a& toastmistress at the High
School of Commerce banquet, which
will be given Wednesday'evening at
Carter LaJ-e club.
Flags of the-Allied nations and
Mrs. Ward roses, the- class flower,
will be used as decorations. At the
speakers'- table will be Miss Nora
Butterfield, whose subject will be
"Over the Top": Miss Leola Skinkle,
"Trench Warfare"; . Meyer"-Kasper,
"Shrapnel"; -Homer Bolland, "Cam
ouflage" and Principal Dwight S.
Porter.. yj'In Command."
and expects to arrive about August
1, when Mrs. Mick will meet him.
Caotain Mick has had charge of the
X-ray work in the largest hospital in
Y ranee, but expects to serve in the
United States upon his return.
Mrs. Jack Webster left Friday
night for Camp Johnson, Jacksonville,
Fla., where she will join Mr. Web
ster, who is stationed at "that fort,
having enlisted inthe quartermaster s
department. She will remain -n-definitely..
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Edward E. Anderson ofPender, Neb.,
leave Omaha this evening for Lamp
Taylor, Louisville, Ky., where they
will join the Omahaambulance corps,
in training at that post.
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Miss Irma Gross left Monday for
Ames, la., where she will teach in
the summer school of the College of
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Truesdell and
daughter, Bertha, arrived Monday to
visit Dr. and Mrs. Blaine Truesdell,
having motored from Lyons, Kan.
A son was born toPrivate and Mrs.
Raymond J. Higley, Mr. Higley is a
member of the 314th infantry train, at
Camp Funston, Kan.
Miss Van Schaack of Evanston, 111.,
will arrive Tuesday to be the guest of
Miss" Dorothy Hall.
Mrs. W. H. Mick leaves this eve
ning for Atlantic-City where she will
spend the summer. Captain Mick,
who has been in France for the past
eight months, is to return to America
The Omaha Red Cross is $4.16
richer because a soldier deserted
from the army. The deserter was
arrested in Omaha and that amount
of money was found on his person.
When asked where he, wanted the
money to go, he answered "to the
Red Cross. ; , -
The Orchard Hill unit meets every
Friday from 2 . to 4 at the Franklin
school. More workers are urged to
join the unit, as hospital garments are
needed. Mrs. Frank Shoemaker , is
the instruct6r of the auxiliary and
Mrs. C. Dunning is chairman; ""
The Red Cross auxiliary of the Car
ter Lake club meets every Wednesday ,
from 9 to 1 atthe club house for
work on surgical dressings, and on
Thursdays from 9 to 1 on hospital
garments. Mrs. W. T. Bourke is
chairman of the unit.
' Leonard W. Trester, director of
Junior Red Cross, will address the
Hamilton County Teachers' Institute
at Aurora, Neb., Friday. On Thurs
day he will speak to the York County
Teachers' Institute, at York, Neb., and
also to the District Civilian Relief
and Home Service Institute, at York.
Red Cross Makes
Appeal to Nebras'kans
For Service Abroad
Nebraska men and women are
needed in France. More women are
desired for canteen work under the
same requirements as those who have
already been chosen; that is, that they
should pay their own expenses, have
no near relative in the service and be
between the ages of 25 and 35. '
Persons, of both sexes must be re
cruited to take clerical positions. They -.
must be between 25 and 40 years of"
age. Transportation und a salary of
$100 a month will be paid these vol
unteers. Social workers, men and women,
need to be from 28 to 50 years of
age. They must speak French. . A
small salary will be paia. Women in
this branch of the Red Cross service
may be used to care fdr nurses' homes,
help with refugee work among wo
men and children and various kind)
of reconstruction "work. All wear
uniform when on duty. " ;
Mrs. Joseph Cudahy, head of the
canteen work for the Central division,
of which Nebraska is a part, and H.
A. Gardner, in charge of the social
service for the division, will be in
Omaha in about two weeks to confer
with applicants for all three branches.
They will announce a quota for Ne
braska, Mrs. C. T. Kountze, at the
Red Cross state headquarters in the
Wead building, will direct all women
applicants, and J. E. Davidson, newly
appointed director of the bureau of
personnel work, will direct the men
who wish to enlist for Red Cros
Consider War Work.
At the meeting of the war council
of the Association of Collegiate
Alumnae, at the Fontenelle hotel on
Monday, Miss Helen Robinson was
named chairmen. Officers and direc
tors of the association were named
as an executive committee. - ,
Advice to Lovelorn
By BEATRICE FAIRFAX
A Winking Boy.
Dear Mils Fairfax, Omaha Baa: I havj
been a reader of your "Advice to Love
lorn" tor lomt time and , enjoy It Terr
much. Now I want to ask you soma
There Is a boy living near us and goes
to our clhirch. I know him well and b
is a nice boy He lots of times "winks -y
at ma and now Is It proper for me to
wink back at him? I have never gone out
with him, but he tries to gowith ma
once In a while. What does a boy mean
by "winking" at a girl? How Is a girl to
tell if a boy likes her?
Hoping o ee this in Tha Bee, ? t
This boy of whom you Speak Is probably
Just having a little fun With you, I wouldn't
take these hoy friends so seriously. If
they like you, you will' be able to tell it
very easily. If one young man singles yon
out and aeema to prefer your company to
other girls, you may be sure that he likes
you. The old adage that "actions' speaks
louder than words" still ' holds good, y"
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The Right Girl at Last. .
Dear Miss . Fairfax: I have been going
about with a girl cousin for about one.
year. My going with her was really "for.-
the sake of my people. But to tell you'
the truth. I don t care for her at all. J.
had made up my mind to forget girls for
some time, and so I did for about six
months. Lately I became acquainted with,
one whom I dearly love and I know she
cares for me. She is one year and four
months my senior. My people object, say
ing I shouldnot go about with her because
of the difference In our ages. Now, - Mies .
Fairfax, should I give up a -girl whom I
dearly love because of this ? I. K.
The very trifling difference In your ages .
should be no Impediment to a happy -.marriage.
There have been many Instances'
where the woman has been It or IS
years older, and tha marriage has been .
a complete success. The same tastes, In-'
terests, ideals are far more Important
factors, In a happy marriage, than a triflln
dlfference of years. "' . ,
An Engaged Girl.
My Dear Mies Fairfax, Omaha Bee: t am .
engaged to a young tnan-who Calls on me
every night. Is it proper for him to call
every night? It you are engaged should you
quit all other geutlemen callers. It your '
friend asks you to ? If so, why ? 1 would
like my answer soon as possible. Thank -,.
you. . ABMARILA. .,.
I would not let the young man call.- f :. .
every night, even thoua you are engaged.
Give him a chance to miss you a little. Do .
not accept Invitations from other men; youf -f
lanes should, always come first In your ,
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