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Mee Tinee Reviews Netv Movies As Soon As They Come tolTown t'' I r . - b Charibii:e Fleming Is Bride f17Pd in Gown Mother Trore 26 Years Ago 'earing the gown of soft white ci:ffon Over satin in which her mother was married twenl, -six years ago, Tyliss Charlotte Fleming, daughter of 11r. and Mrs. Joseph B. Fleming, yesterday became the bride of Norman Lee Cram. The wedding took place IA 4:30 o'clock at the Church of the holy Spirit in Lake Forest, the Rev. A. Brant Noble, Episcopal chaplain at Yale university, officiating. A reeption followed at the Fleming home in Lake Forest. A lace cap that matched the lace tlimming on the dress held a tulle veil to the bride's head, and she carr;ed a shower bouquet of lilie of the --.211ey. Her maid of honor, rliss Josephine Fleming, wore wistaria colored lace and carried lavender larksptirE' and, . the bridesmaids, MissLily FleMingl artd Niss,Ruth Abells,.wore larkspur blue iTCPCks trimmed7mith artificial daisies and:Carried blue larkspur and daisiffs.., All three attendants wore leghorn hats. Little Jean Alice Fleming, the flower girl, wore a Kate Greenaway des of white over a yellow foundation, and iler black curls escaped out of the open back of a little poke bonnet. Ambrose Lanfear Cram Jr. of New York served his twin brother as best man. After a wedding trip west Mr. Cram and his bride will be at home in Chicago. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lantear Cram of New- York, who came west for the wedding. Another bride yesterday was Miss Mary de Coningh, daughter of Mrs. Frederic de Coningh. She was married to Henry De Wolf Smyth at 4:30 o'clock in the presence of the immediate families. The Rev. Duncan Browne read the service in the living room of Mrs. de Coningh's Lake Shore drive apartment. The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, Peter de Conngh, wore a lovely gown of ivory chiffon with a tulle veil of the same Color and carried calla lilies. The liv5ng room was decorated with Easter lilies and talisman roses. Mr. Smyth's parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry Smyth of Princeton, 11. J., did not come west for the cere b ,rwoor.,1! MR. AND MRS. NORMAN LEE CRAM 'TRIBUNE Photo. WEDDINGS Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Elizabeth Frances Shipman, daughter of Mrs. George E. Shipman of Kenilworth and the late Mr. Shipman, to Frederick W. Lewis, son of Mrs. Lillian Lewis of Wilmette which took place at 4:30 o'clock yesterday at the Church of the Holy Comforter in Kenilworth, the Rev. Leland H. Danforth officiating. The bride, who is a graduate of Wellesley, was given in marriage by her brother, George E. Shipman, of Muskegon, Mich., and her only attendant was her sister, Mrs. Lester M. Branch, of Omaha. Zell Don Jones of Oak Park was best man. Mr. Lewis and his bride will be at home in Highland Park later this summer. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Koon of Highland Park announce the approaching marriage on Friday of their daughter, Helen Mae, to Charles Keith Grant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Grant of Highland Park. The wedding will take place in the evening at the home of the bride's parents. mony because of his illness. They will greet their new daughter-in-law in September when Mr. Smyth takes hi 3 bride to Princeton to make' their home alter a honeymoon in the north1,ve3t. Post and Paddock Considers Plan to Expand Activities A meeting has been arranged for this morning at the Post and Paddock club to form an entertainment committee to plan for an expansion of club functions. Members have suggested the Post and Paddock for evening parties. If tentative ideas are carried out there will be a series of Thursday evening parties starting July 8 for members and their guests. Mrs. Thomas E. Wilson, Mrs. John Hertz, Mrs. Charles A. McCulloch, and Mrs. Lawrence Stern are among the club members who have expressed interest in the plan. Mrs. Gladys Sallman Heads Sons of Vets' Auxiliary Mrs. Gladys Sallman, 4866 North Ashland avenue, was elected president of the first district auxiliary of the Sons of Union Veterans at its meeting in the Hotel Sherman yesterday. She will succeed Mrs. G. Alice Crozier, 4428 Wilcox street, who was elected member of the council. inteutit-4t!e HOSIERY' LET8 Wear them because they're as cool and comfortable as no hose at all. Eight colors, including COPPER. 17 NEUMODE HOSIERY SHOPS in CHICAGO and SUBURBS ,., TheIra,g0 ZULU - TER WORLD'S GREATEST- - SIZWEPAUR 'White Angel' Ranked with Great Movies Kay Francis Portrays Life of Miss Nightingale. " THE WHITE ANGEL." Produced by First National. Directed by William Dieterle. Presented at the Chicago theater. THE CAST. Florence Nightingale Fuller Cher les Cooper Jr. West Dr. Hunt Dr. Scott Tommy . Mr. Nightingale Cherie Mrs. Herbert 3 Mr. Herbert Mrs. Nightingale Ella Stephens Lord Raglan Hal Sister Colombo Mr. Bullock Alexis Soyer Per Parthenope Pastor Fliedner Mrs. Waters Minna Ba Le Froy Soldier Soldier Soldier Storekeeper Nurse Kay Francis Ian Hunter Donald Woods Nigel Bruce Donald Cris!, Henry O'Neill Billy Mauch ,Charles Croker-kin z Phoebe Foster ... George Curzon Georgia Caine Ara Gerald ....lialliwell Hobbes Ei ly Malyon Montagu Love ...Ferdinand Monier .. Lillian Cooper Egon Breelier Tempe Piggott .....Barbara Leonard Frank Conroy Charles Irwin Clyde Cook George Kirby )tarry Cording' Alma Lloyd By Mae Tinée. Good Morning! Having seen Kay Francis as Florence Nightingale, her producers should know no rest until they star her as Joan of Arc. lThe Mark Twain version. At least that's what I think. Her searchingly tender, intuitive, and amazingly sincere portrayal of " The Lady with the Lamp " is an outstanding screen portrait. It deserves to be classed with Paul Muni's Pasteur, and the film ranks with " The Life of Louis Pasteur " as splendid and enlightening cinema biography. To most people the name of Florence Nightingale is familiar, and practically anybody could tell you that she was a remarkable woman and a great nurse who did a lot of good during the Crimean war. But, pinned down, I reckon most of us would be found pretty vague as to the history of her " call " to the service of humanity, the amazing battles she was forced to fight against prejudice and power, in order to practice her profession in an era when nice women weren't supposed to work, and the selfless devotion she accorded those under her care. It was this devotion that made her the idol of the soldiers and those who worked with her and inspired Longfellow's beautiful poem, " The Lady with the Lamp." You see, each evening when the day's work was over in her hospital at Scutari, a lamp was brought to Florence Nightingale. With it she traversed four miles of wards in order that she might assure herself that each patient was as comfortable as human hands could make him and to give each one the cheer of knowing that a woman personally brooded over him. The picturebased on the Lytton Strachey essay, starts with revelations of Miss Nightingale's sequestered home life in London, and with those of deplorable conditions in London hospitals. Her father is chairman of a welfare league. Her mother and sisters move in society and the former is anxious for Florence to marry and settle down. But in the heart of this tall, dark, quiet girl, surges a great unrest. She yearns to serve humanity. How she doesn't know until she happens to read a report that has come to her father about the suffering and neglect of patients in the hospitals. Her announcement: "I am going to be a nurse!" meets with consternation on the part of her family. For in those days it was mostly the scum who turned to the nursing profession. But she has her way, goes to the only reliable training school then in existence, and comes back to offer her service to London hospital authorities. She is refused. --- Then, scathing articles, written by one Fuller, a war correspondent, FrontViews,p6Profi1es Bidune Pro-vines F-IELEN HAYES, in town for a IL day or two and remaining until after the marriage of her friend, Peggy Hambleton, to John Carey Murphy tomorrow after- Miss Hayes noon, is wearing Advice Changing world a little daisy turban with a blue veil as a complement to a blue and white print dress. When the turban was admired, Miss Hayes said that her husband, Charles MacArthur, had selected the hat and brought it home as a present. This interested Miss Hambleton, who hadn't got as far as thinking perhaps a husband might be helpful about hats. "A STORY told by Miss Hayes, who will be back in Chicago in the autumn with " Victoria Regina," illustrates the attitude of the modern mother. A debutante daughter telephoned her mother about 4 o'clock in the morning to ask how to get home. " I remember our telephone number, but I don't remember where we are stopping," she explained in thick and maudlin accents. " Are you comfortable, darling? " her mother inquired. " Are you happy and comfortable?" When the daughter said she ENGAGEMENT At a tea at home on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Victor Robinson of 456 Elder lane, Winnetka, announced the engagement of their daughter, Jean, to Robert D. Cunningham Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Cunningham of 1812 Asbury avenue, Evanston. The wedding will take place Oct. 15. Miss Robinson attended Carleton college and Mr. Cunningham is a graduate of Northwestern university. start appearing in the London Times re the criminal neglect of wounded English soldiers at the front. No hospital accommodations! No nurses! The writer is unsparing of criticism and bitter in denunciation of those in high places whose criminal laxity is responsible f o r such conditions. 1 Of how Florence Nightingale comes to go to the Crimea, and her work there, the picture then sings. The finale shows her back in Londonrecipient of the Victoria Cross, awarded her by a grateful queen. It is a rich experience to witness and hear Kay Francis as she voices the inspiring words that have, ever since Florence Nightingale expressed them, constituted the vow taken by the devoted women who enter the nursing profession. Force, feeling, and a fine reticence are in evidence throughout the film, both as to acting and direction. Staging is excellent. Atmosphere and dialog ring true. There are lots of things you can miss without really missing anything. But DON'T miss " The White Angel." Sec you tomorrow. Ernest Ansermet Arrives for Ravinia Concerts Ernest Ansermet, distinguished Swiss conductor, arrived in chicago yesterday for his three guest appearances with the Chicago Symphony orchestra at Ravinia park on Friday and Saturday nights and Sunday afternoon. Mr. Ansermet has not conducted an orchestra here since the time, about twenty years ago, when he visited the city with the old Diaghileff ballet. The program next Friday night will open the Ravinia festival of twenty concerts by the Chicago Symphony orchestra. Mr. Ansermet's three programs include a generous measure of Debussy, Ravel, and Strawinsky, as well as standard symphonic music of Beethoven, Haydn, and Schubert. Son Born to KeAoes. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kehoe Eleanor Kimball are the parents of a son born June 20 at St. Joseph's hospital. The baby has been named J. Kimball Kehoe. Brucewood shoes A swanky new group of Bruce-wood whitesfor dancing, for walking, for that over-the-Fourth week-endspecially priced at 7TH FLOOR t( n.. WEDNESDAY. JULY 1, 1936. k-.. guessed she was the mother said in soothing accents, "Well, just stay right there." PERHAPS you won't care, but a I girl writes in from Columbia university that the professor of consumer economics c ame to class one morning last week with her white hair a decided blue shade. Thatand the fact that in many university classes both professor and pupils smoke in classare two indications that things are not quite what they used to be. These facts, however, dwindle into unimportance beside the blazing announcement made in a pamphlet circulated by the " Women Against Communism" organization. " Do you realize thatone FERA financed college was recently found to be a hotbed of communism, where marriage and divorce, as in Russia, were being portrayed, nudism was rife, and free love was being commonly practiced on the campus and in the dormitories with the full knowledge and approval of the faculty?" the bulletin reads. Somehow, worthy as the purpose of Women Against Communism may be, we feel it would have been better to have left out that little item from their list of eye-openers. We're too old-fashioned to believe it, even if it is true, and so must be many others. Free Concerts at Grant Park Open Tonight The 1936 series of sixty-nine free concerts at the Grant park band stand shell, on the lake front opposite llth street, opens at 8 o'clock tonight with a program by the Chicago Symphony orchestra under Eric DeLamarter. Vivian Della Chiesa, lyric soprano, will appear as soloist. The program: 1. Overture to "Rienzi" Wagner f?... Irish Rhapsody Herbert 3. a "Ah Fors E Lui" from "La Travlata" Verdi lb " Carry Me Back to Old Virginia" Bland Miss Della Chiesa 4. "Rosen from the South" Strauss 6. Symphonic poem, "The Moldau" Smetana 6. Symphony, "From the slew World " Dvorak This series of programs will run nightly until Labor day, Sept. 7. The sponsors are the Chicago park district and the Chicago Federation of Musicians. Besides the Chicago Symphony orchestra the following organizations will appear: Orchestras Woman's Symphony, Chicago Civic Opera, Chicago Philharmonic. Bands Glen Eainum, Max Eendix, Armin Hand, Thaviu, George Dasch, Cavallo, Kryl. The city's transportation agencies are cooperating with the Chicago park district in order that the parkward and homeward movements of concert patrons may be facilitated. The Jackson boulevard line of the Chicago Motor Coach company will run to the southeast corner of the audience area. Shuttle buses will operate from the Roosevelt road station of the Chicago Rapid Transit lines, honoring the free transfers issued by the elevated company. Pedestrian bridges over the drives are provided for those who arrive at the band shell by the Roosevelt road cars of the Chicago surface lines. Special parking facilities have been arranged. Postmaster Retires. Rock Island, Ill., June 30.Special.-1-lugh A. J. McDonald, Rock Island postmaster for 21 years, who first was appointed by a Roosevelt and relieved of his duties by a Roosevelt, retired today. hnnt More Parties For Debufanfes Are Announced Fairman-Ely. Nuptials Take Place Today. , BY JUDITH CASS. EVEN the excitement of the Lake Forest horse show, the opening of Arlington and numerous weddings cannot take the limelight away from the debutantes. And during the last few busy days the dates for several debutante parties have been chosen. The William F. Peters have decided to present their eldest daughter, Miss Sylvia, at a tea at their home in Lake Forest the afternoon of Sept. 10, and that night they will give a dinner for the debutante, her assistants, their escorts and possibly others . of the debutante set. So far no dancing party is scheduled for that night, which is a Thursday. The next evening Mrs. Leslie Wheeler will be hostess at a dance for another Lake Forest debutante, Miss Anne Winston, daughter of the Farwell Winstons. Mrs. Wheeler will give the party in her handsome new Lake Forest home. Miss Peter, who will be in Lake Forest most of the summer, returned only a few days ago with a younger sister, Phyllis, from a year at school in Rome. Miss Winston, who also spent the last winter abroad, but with a traveling school, is to be presented formally with Miss Betty Keith, daughter of the Stanley Keiths, at a supperdance on Dec. 23 in town. Mrs. Winston and her younger children, Dudley and Lucia, left Monday for the Broadview camp in the Berkshires where the youngsters will I spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Rawleigh Warner and their debutante daughter, Mary, have decided upon Sept. 11 for the date of the tea which will mark Miss 1 Warner's introduction. The party will be given at the Warner home in Winnetka. The debutante will enter Smith college. Miss Ely to Be Bride at Lake Forest Ceremony. The Church of the Holy Spirit in Lake Forest will be the scene this afternoon of one of the loveliest weddings of the summer for the petite bride, Miss Josephine Caryl Ely, is lovely and her eight attendants are all charming looking girls. The bridegroom is Fred Wilson Fairman Jr., son of the Fred W.Fairmans of Winnetka. The Rev. Ashley Gerhard, rector of Christ church, Winnetka, will read the service at 5 o'clock, assisted by Dr. Seaver B. Buck, headmaster of the Berkshire school in Massachusetts, of which the bridegroom is an alumnus. He also is a graduate of Yale, having received his diploma last month. Jay Morse Ely Jr. will give his sister in marriage and sub-deb Adrienne Ely will be her sister's maid of honor. The bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Edward F. Hamm Jr., will be the matron of honor and the bridesmaids will be Miss Louise Stanley of Evansville, Ind.; Miss Lily Anne Peck of Thomasville, Ga., where the bride's mother, Mrs. Jay Morse Ely, lives with her family in the winter; Miss Natalie Hyde of New York, and three Chicago girls, Miss Frances Jeffery, Miss Gwendolyn Bowen, and Mrs. John P. McWilliams II., tiv.,! former Priscilla Morse. Mrs. McWilliams almost had to drop out of the bridal party and also out of the Forgan-Allen one last Saturday for she is facing an appendectomy and there was some doubt that her doctor would allow her to wait until after the weddings and their festivities. 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You can tell that they are new, high fashion, and distinctive because in the daytime models the skirts are wide, the sleeves elbow length, the necklines are high, with drapery and details that make them intricate without being ornate. The shimmering satin is used without a bit of extra trimming, even buckles or decorative buttons. - 0- Ciré satin, a material that probably is the most glistening of high lighted satins, makes the sophisticated draped dresses that you wear with thin or sheer black hats that slant over the eyeline, with the sleek black costume accessories land there are plenty of See Nese Beefily Aicl's Arrive Through The Looking Glass II Lace Frocks for Garden Parties 1 The garden party frock of natural colored linen lace is cool, young and charming. The short sleeved dress features a softly flared skirt, a high cut neckline end a corsage of deep yellow flowers is the only contrast. The off-the-face hat is of sheer material. Similar models are to be found irt a Chicago shop. Satin Fashions Smartest, of Black Dresses Something new.. something wonderful under the summer sun! Sun-Tonic is - Helena Rubinstein's N newest and most remarkable discovery for preventing sunburn, freckles and coarsened skin. Sun-Tonic goes on like a silky, second skin cool, smooth, flattering. Not a sign of grease, stickiness or stain. Make-up stays fresh for hours For the lily-fair look, use Sun-Tonic generously. For an even goldeiN tan, use less. Everyone needs Sun-Tonic. 1.50, 1.00. Ask about the Summer Beauty Repair Service at the Salon. Please phone Whitehall 4241. helena rubinstein 670 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago Reg. App.d for 21 a these sable accessories in town, tool, and slim dull black kidskin opera pumps. Equally dramatic black satin fashions the fitted evening gowns and also the ankle length dinner and dance dresses. These models have bodice lops that are high and round in front, but reveal almost the entire back. A few black satin long dresses feature long tunic blouses of snowy white eyelet embroidery, the tiny sleeves are puffed, and the peplums flare and reach the kneeline. Black chiffon tops can be alternated with this white top, or chiffon or laces of other colors. Fashion photograph. Charming and youthful, linen lace is used for the summer afternoon dress for garden parties. The open mesh pattern assures freshness and coolness. Short, slightly puffed sleeves, a closely fitted neckline, and a bunch of deep yellow flowers tucked in the belt contrast the lovely natural tone of the lace. A small sheer-off-the-face hat appropriately completes the ensemble. For information on any artde described in this column call Rhea Seeger, Superior 01001 , SUN anTONIC by helena rubinstein 14A6, N. R.. 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