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RUSH PARTIES TO START SOCIAL WHIRL IN COLLEGES Sororities Open Social Activities Ru*h parties, beginning the so cial whirl in collegiate circles, are scheduled lor this week. Rush cap tains of Butler university sororities are marshaling their forces pre paratory to dazzling their young guests. Kappa Kappa Gamma will enter tain with a garden party at the home of Miss Priscilla Pittenger, 1200 East Forty-second street, Thursday afternoon. Monday night at 6:30 an Owl dinner will be given at the Highland Golf and Country Club, with Miss Margaret Stilz as chairman Governor Leslie’s home. 101 East Twenty-seventh street, will be the scene of Kappa Alpha Theta's an nual Pansy party. The active chap ter will give a formal dinner Mon day night at the sorority house, 458 East Forty-sixth street. Miss Margaret Gabriel is in charge of a Pirate dance to be given by members of Delta Gamma Thursday night, at Meridian Hills Country Club. Monday night, the chapter will entertain with a for mal dinner at the Highland Golf and Country Club. Hold Eskimo Party An Eskimo party, at which dancers in Eskimo costume - came out of an igloo and distributed teddy bears, the party favors, was given by the Del a Delta Delta sorority Mon day afternoon at the Propylaeum. Miss Ruth Otte and Miss Janet Morris sang during the afternoon, and Miss Jean Petersen gave several saxophone and xylophone solos. The Eskimo dancers were Miss Grace Avels, Miss Marion Katterhenry, Miss Elizabeth Dolman, Miss Vir ginia Holt, Miss Mildred Sullivan Next Monday night Delta Delta will hold 3 formal dinner at the Co lumbia Club. The PI Beta Phis will hold a studio revue in the garden of the Athenaeum Friday night at 8. Miss Lois Sherril is chairman of the com mittee on entertainment,. The for mal dinner will be held Monday night at the Propylaeum. The “Sunbeam," at Broad Ripple park, was the scene (( a Kappa Phi Captain Kidd party Tuesday morn ing. The sorority, will hold a formal dinner Monday night at the Co lumbia Club. Club Dinnpr on Monday A garden party at the home of Miss Martha Clinehens, 423 West Forty-sixth street, will be given by Alpha Chi Omega. Monday after noon. A formal dinner will be held Monday night at the Columbia Club, The committee in charge of these parties is composed of Miss Rose mary Bretzman, chairman: Miss Jane Hall, Miss Betty Martindale, Miss Dorothy Lambert, Miss Maxine Jones and Miss Mary Brown. A Gypsy garden cabaret will be given by Alpha Delta Theta sorority at the chapter house, 725 Berkley road, tonight. The garden will be lighted with vari-colored shades. Bridge, bunco and dancing will be Included in the program. Miss Ruth Jones is general chair man, assisted by Miss Beatrice House, Miss Pauline Elvers. Miss Mary Mahan and Miss Myrtle Hayes. Miss Helen Vennard and Miss Edith Barnhill will give read ings and Miss Margaret Tracey will present a dance. The chapter will entertain with a formal dinner in the Travertine room of the Hotel Lincoln Monday night. Miss Alice Hill Is chairman of the committee in charge of the Alpha Omricon Pi rush parties. Saturday night at 8:15 Mrs. O. M. Jones will entertain with a lantern fete at her home. 5260 North Penn sylvania street. The final Alpha O party will be a rose dinner at the Columbia Club Monday night. On the committee with Miss Hill are Miss Miriam Cosad. Miss Fran ces Shera, Miss Kathryn Murphy, Miss Ava Louise Reddick. Miss Dorothy Parker. Miss Majorie Shae fer. Miss Ruth Dale and Miss Lil lian Laeker. PERSONALS Mr and Mrs. Myron Hughel. 5139 Cential avenue, will spend Octo ber in California. Mr. and Mrs. James Sweeney. 326 East Twenty-second street, have returned from their summer home at Lake St. Joseph. 111. They have as their house guests Mrs. John / ldrige, New York; Mrs. Frank Sweeney and Mrs. Bert Aldrige, Chicago. Miss Josephine Conner. Miss Pa tricia O’Conner. Miss Julianne Britz, Mis,s Dolores Stemmelin and Miss Lois Olin will leave Monday for Terre Haute, where they will enter SI Mary’.s-of-the-Woods school. Mist Yiir-beth Weesener. Harold Spiit'n and John Thompson. Marion, will come to Indianapolis to attend the Delta Gamma pirate dance Thursday night. Board Meeting Scheduled Mrs Hubert Jordan will enter tain members of the board of di rectors of the Indiana Woman's Re publican Club with a luncheon at 12:30 Thursday at the Columbia Club. Seymour Club to Meet Members of the Seymour Social Club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Con ley. 1436 Edgemont street. Mrs. Josephine Krebs will assist the hostess. ATTENTION The club calendar, a column for all club women in Indian ap:':s. will be resumed on the society and woman's page in next Saturday’s editions of The Times. Publicity chair men and secretaries are re quested to send in announce ments of club meetings by of each week. SORORITY CAPTAIN *.. Miss Iris Bronigan CZIN V Zfl/e MODE, 'T'HE present tendency of the hat mode toward mix tures of material and color, and toward greater elaborate ness, is well shown in the col lection of Madamfe Agnes. As always, her shapes are orig inal and varied, about the only point in rommon being that, they all leave the forehead uncovered and have a tendency to swoop downward at the sides. Many of them are on the beret order and as a result velvets, tweeds and woolen fabrics play an important part. Lightweight felts are also the order of the day. Incrustations of flat furs in the brims of wide felt hats provide a new note, and these fall into es pecially graceful lines. a a a MIXED colors are shown fre quently. one pleasing toque, made up in thin felt, having the right half of yellow and the left half black. One particularly orig inal model has a sort of aviator's helmet of flat fur. beige, with ends tying under the chin, and over this a black felt brim and crown with many cut-outs, giving a most intri guing effect. Other unusual shapes are created in heavy black satin. The tendency toward more trim ming is shown in light, fluffy feathers, occasional velvet flowers and the like. tt st a Scarfs and flat handbags of the same fabric and color have, cap tured Paris comnletely. One sees them everywhere! a a tt Color, color, simply everywhere —this is an age of color ani you use it ALL the time! So why not know a little something about it?, We have evolved a Color Chart, Bride-Elect Is Honor Guest at Trousseau Tea Miss Dorothy Avels, whose mar riage to Paul L. Morton, Lebanon, will take place Saturday, enter tained with a trosseau tea at her home, 4810 Guilford avenue, from 330 to 7:30 today. There were no invitations. Mrs. Harold Magee and Miss Mar garet Oliver presented a group of piano numbers. Mrs. Robert E. Avels sang. The tea table was deco rated with garden flowers and light ed with yellow tapers, tied with or chid tulle. Miss Avels was assisted by her mother, Mrs. George R. Avels, Mrs. Karl Stout, Mrs. Dana Jones, Mrs. Marvin Lugar, Mrs. Mildred Mor gan. Miss Grace Avels, Miss Maude Ann Searcy, Miss Billie Mae Krei der. Miss Jean Richardson and Miss Francis Woolery. Shepard-Willwerth Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Olive Hermoine Willwerth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Willwerth, 2471 East River side drive, to Joseph Kenneth Shep ard. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry S. Shepard. 4720 College avenue, which tcok place at Urbana. 111., Saturday morning. The couple are at home at 3702 North Illinois street. Call Important Meeting An important business meeting of Chi Beta Kappa sorority will be held at the home of Miss Esther Robinson. Ben Davis, tonight. Plans for the fall season will be dis cussed. All members are urged to attend. Card Party Slated St, Mary's Social Club will en tertain with a card and lotto party at the school hall, 315 North New Jersey street, Thursday afternoon. Hostesses for the affair are Mrs. Martin Miller, Mrs. Bernard Nie haus, Mrs. Joseph Pfleger and Mrs. Leo Pseiffer, Chapter Members Meet Alpha chapter, Omega Chi so rority, will meet tonight at the home Os Miss Mary Rockersmith, 804 North Hamilton avenue. The chap ter entertained with a pajama party in honor of their pledges Saturday night at the home of Mias Agnes Nayroctar, 1541 Pleasant street, Miss Iris Branigan is rush captain for Chi Thetd Chi, Butler chapter. The first of the tivo rush parties will be a ’'Japanese garden party Saturday at the home of Miss Katherine Mitchell, S7lfß Central avenue. The formal rush party will be a dinner - . ~ night at the Hotel Lincoln. which will tell you, in just the simplest, oh—ever so simplest lan guage imaginable, the few things every person should know about color. Send your 2-cent stamp to the Dare Department of The Times for the Dah-ray Color Chart. EVENING gloves are still an individual fancy —and gov erned by one’s clothing allowance, of course. For very formal occa sions, I unhesitatingly would spon sor them —otherwise not. But the semi-long glove, worn as a rule pulled up over long sleeves, will be much seen this fall for afternoon and dinner wear. Light beige seems to be the most popular color. One wears darker beige when the stockings are dark er beige. White gloves are popular only with black or white costumes, and a black glove is a novelty, but one that is so distinctive it is quite worth-while to learn to affect. a a a Fashion French Evan tail (eh-an-tye)—fan. ExagCTe (ek-za-zheu-ray) ex treme. Facon ffasonh) make, form, workmanship. a a a HAVE you clever fingers, which can make this or that dair.ty to wear, or something or ...other to decorate the boudoir, perhaps? If you have, why not enter them in the Clever Fingers Contest today? You’ll want to win the smart fall ensemble de signed by Dare and made by her Paris couturier! Or one of the other alluring prizes. Just tell us how to make someone thing that YOU have known how to make for ever so long: a a a Ah Revoir! Entertains With Shower in Honor of Bride-Elect Mrs. P. C. Prentice. 911 North j Jefferson avenue, will entertain | with a miscellaneous shower and bridge party at her home Thurs day night in honor of her sister. Air Derby Winner Is Made Honorary Member Mrs. Louise McPhetridge Thaden, winner of the recent woman’s air derby from Santa Monica, CaL, to Cleveland, was made an honorary member of the Sullivan Business and Professional Woman’s Club Tuesday night. She was forced down at Sullivan Tuesday by rain and poor visibility. She attended the Sullivan Business and Professional Woman’s banquet and made a short talk. W. C. T. U. Names Officers Members of Frances Willard W. C. T. U. elected Mrs. Orpha Sheets president of the organization at the monthly meeting held Tuesday at the home of G. B. Ross, 3662 Grace land avenue. Other new officers who will serve with her are: Vice-president, Mrs. A. B. Hale; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Ross; recording secretary, Mrs. Nellie Pittman, and treasurer, Mrs. Docia Daugherty. Musical Soivrity to Meet A business meeting of Kappa chapter, Mu Phi Epsilon, national honorary musical sorority, will be held at the north school of the Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Mtisic at 7:30 tonight. Wed Seventy-one Years Mr. and Mrs. William Barner Sr., Keystone, celebrated their seventy first wedding anniversary today. They have seven children, Mrs. Wil liam Clark. Mrs. Scott Duncan, Will Barner Jr. and Charles Barner, Monfoelier: Anna Barner, Keystone; Georve Barner, Cushing. Okla., and Bert Barner, Irk? C’tv, Mich. Chapter Members Meet Mrs. L. O. True, 501 East Twenty third street, was hostess for a meet ing of Alpha chapter, Alpha Omi crdh Alpha sorority at her home Tuesday night. Sorority Party Tonight First social event of the year given by Sigma Delta Zeta sorority will be a party tonight at the home of Miss Margaret Boyden, 4061 East Thirty-fourth street. The committee assisting the hostess will Include Miss Margaret Rojnse and Miss Ma rie Btreiblen, _ THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES Women Are Divided Into 4 Classes BY MARTHA LEE. In affairs of the heart, women are divided into four classes—inde pendent* ones, easy-going ones, de pendent ones and super ones. And, as in everything else, there is some thing to be said for and against most classifications. The independent ones, while they make splendid playmates, often are not huge successes in love affairs. They are too quick to take offense. One bored inflection of the voice is all needed to send this type of girl scurrying from the scene. And the hard part of it is, a bored inflection often is just a tired inflection. They are easily confused. The easy-going girls often are prone to be too tolerant for their own good. They accept excuses wtihout making a fuss. They real ize that it is very possible for bore dom to enter into a relationship, and. therefore, forgive it. They seldom have flashes of deep feeling that distinguish the independent ones. Makes Herself Nuisance The independent girl usually ends up by making herself a nuisance. It mya be nice to see a flash of the clinging vine once in a very great while, and in a crisis, but there are times when a girl’s failure to be able to stand on her own two feet must be the last word in bores. The super girl is the one who has a dash of fire and independence that shows at the proper time; a tolerance and understanding with out which no human relationship can be conducted happily and enough dependence, at the proper time, to allow the man to feel his strength and superiority. But, alas, there are few super girls, and so we must set out to do a little intensive fall training along those lines. Dear Miss Lee: I have been gbing with a young man for the past year. Al though we are not engaged, and never were. I had imagined that we may be when he had enough money. Understand, we did not talk of marriage, but we got along so marvelously X suppose I just took it for granted. His Friendship Cools Recently he has not been coming to see me as much as he did. We were on such friendly terms I could not, understand it. It was understood we should have dates every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday nights. He called me last Wednesday and asked me to excuse him from the date as he was going to be working. He did the same thing Sunday. I am heart-broken about it. What do you suppose has hap- PBned? JANE. Breaking dates usually is the handwriting on the wall of romance, Jane. A boy may break one date and have a perfectly legitimate ex cuse. The second date may be just another lowdown trick fate plays on him. But when three or four come in rapid succession, it’s usually a sign that the girl is being evaded in what men consider the tactful way. It seems much more humane to me to have an arm cut off clean rather than have it pulled out by the roots. But then, that’s just a difference of opinion. If you like him very much and the excuses were legitimate, give the boy the benefit of the doubt. But don> make him hit you in the head with a note tied to a brick, telling you he no longer wishes to see you. Miss Nellie Pease, whose marriage to Charles Hardin Turner will take place Sept. 28. The hostess will be assisted oy her mother, Mrs. Lulu D. Pease. Deco rations and appointments will be carried out in the bridal colors, rose, orchid and green. Guests with the bride-elect will include Mrs. Joseph Swango, Mrs. Earl F. Blessing, Mrs. Richard Fries, Mrs William Ranke, Mrs. Paul Gar ver, Mrs. Howard Houghland, Mrs. O. W. Guthrie, Mrs. Arlie M Kin der Mrs R. L. Wilson, Mrs Louis Harding, Mrs. Orlando Jay, Mrs. Ralph Paul. Mrs. Earl Roys, Miss Emma Lou Moore, Miss Mary Moore, Miss Norma Campbell, Miss Virginia Rawlinson, Miss Nellie Mae Hard wick, Miss Norma Emsting and Miss Ann Ernsting. Buffet Supper Tonight Honors Manila Lemaux Miss Louise Allen will entertain with a buffet supper and bridge party at her home on the Cold Springs road this evening in honor of Miss Marilla Lemaux, who will marry Donald Meredith Ream Sept* 21. Miss Allen will be assisted by her mother, Mrs. William S. Allen; her aunt, Mrs. Nelle Jacobi, Toledo. 0., and Mrs. Irvin Lemaux, mother of the bride-elect. Guests with Miss Lemaux will in clude Mrs. Addison Bliss Miller, Co lumbus, O.; Miss Frances Lemaux, Miss Hortense Fallender, Miss Vir ginia Cox, Miss Martha Fitton, Miss Cornelia Dowling, Miss Sara Tice Adams. Miss Eunice Dissette. Miss Ehse’Martin. JMiss Louise Goepper, Miss Ruth Burford. Miss Barbara Foltz, Miss Imogene Shea. Miss Betty Brown and Miss Mary Vir ginia Feeney. Following supper, the guests will play bridge. Plan Luncheon Session Mrs. John T. Worland will enter tain with a luncheon and business meeting at her home. 422 North Denny street, Thursday, for mem bers of the Charity Club of the Willing Workers. Additional Society News * on Page 14 Lindy to Be Invited to Air Crusade Plans to secure Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh as feature of the aerial crusade of the national convention of W. C. T. U. to be held here Sept. 19-25, will be discussed at luncheon Thursday noon at the Columbia Club. Henry Ford and' Edsel Ford will receive invitations to the convention, with Colonel Lindbergh, and the fleer of Ford planes also will be asked to join in the aerial demon stration Sunday, Sept. 22. Governor Harry G. Leslie, with Mayor L. Ert Slack, will extend the invitations to Henry Ford, Edsel Ford and Colonel Lindbergh. The aerial crusade, which will be a feature of the convention, will be a high spot of the crusade march preceding the dedication ceremony of the Frances E. Willard memorial. Captain Weir Cook has recruited the services of all available planes in the state, and an aerial parade, the first of its kind in the country, will fly in conjunction with the pa rade of city children. Patterns PATTERN ORDER BLANK Pattern Department. Indianapolis Times. Indianapolis Ind Enclosed find 15 cents to* which send Pat- fi fl O tern No v v w v Size Street City •••••••••••• Name VnnWuj V 4 “ S Ml J, m 6600 n r m A SMART “RUNABOUT DRESS 6600. Plait inserts effect, graceful fullness in the front of this model. Inverted tucks trim the shoulders and the pleasing collar is finished with a tie. The sleeve is fitted. Light weight woolen, satin or crepe will be attractive for this design. The plait inserts may be of con trasting material. This pattern is cut in six sizes ; 34, 36, 38, 40, 42 and 44 inches bust measure. To make the dress for a 38-inch size will require 414 yards of 35-inch material. For collar, tie, belt and binding at the top of the plaits % yard 35 inches wide, is re quired, cut crosswise. The width of the dress at the lower edge with plaits extended is 214 yards. Pattern mailed to any address on receipt of 15 cent in silver or stamps. Send 12 cents in silver or stamps for our UP-TO-DATE FALL AND WINTER 1929-1930 BOOK OF FASHIONS. Mrs. L. J. Meisberger Gives Supper Tonight Mrs. Leonard J. Meisberger will entertain tonight with a buffet sup per at her home, 3025 North Me ridian street. Guests will be Miss Marcella Sadlier, Miss Estelle Sad lier. Miss Edith Reed. Miss Silva Manouge, Miss Lenora Roche. Miss Elizabeth Donnery, Miss Louise Lane, Miss Celestine Donnelly, Miss Georgia Williams and Miss Mary Kelly. Program to Be Given Mrs. H. S. Gudgel and Mrs. I. E. Eastes will be in charge of the pro gram to be given before members of the Ladies’ Federal Club when they meet at the home of Mrs E. J. Whitaker, 1410 Spann avenue, Thursday. Regular Meeting Slated Regular meeting of the Bonne Amie Club will be held at the home of Mrs. D. V. Showalter, 838 North Bosart avenue, Thursday afternoon. Entertain 1908 Club Mrs. "verett A. Abbett, 4338 Col lege avenue, will entertain members of the IPOB Club at her home Thurs day afternoon. Business Session Slated Zeta Rho sorority will hold a busi ness meeting for members and pledges tonight at the Spin it-Amis hotel. AID AT W. C. T. U. PARTY Jl -'-ik A 'y'i £&: ■ . jBl ■ A A mrfffmmlftilA q - Paolo by Virginia F,awards, Times Staff Photographer. When the Central W. C. T. U. gives a reception Wednesday night at the Central Avenue Methodist Episcopal church, the officers will have as their assistants in distributing the pledge cards and white bows for new members, the little girls pictured above. They are, left to right, Miss Ruth Roberts, M'ss Mary Anna Cross land, Miss Miriam Stuart and Miss Lue Frances McWhirter. Round-Dailey Ceremony Is Solemnized in Church Rites Miss Alice Josephine Round, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William j H. Round. 1016 East Morris street, became the bride of Frederick Joseph Dailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Dailey, 1517 East New York street, at 9 this morning at St. Patrick's church. The wedding service and nuptial mass was celebrated by the Rev. Delphians Will Hold Luncheon on Thursday Mrs. Carl D. Elliott, 4710 Carroll ton avenue, will be hostess for a luncheon meeting Thursday of mem bers of Beta chapter, Delphian So ciety at her home. The party will be given in honor of Mrs. Otto Moore, incoming president of the organi zation. Members of the retiring executive board, Mrs. J. A. Matthews, Mrs. William Baum, Mrs. Max Dahl, Mrs. Albert Fritz, Mrs. Charles Warfel, Mrs. J. E. Barcus, Mrs. C. F. Ober, and Mrs. Albert Hirschman, will be the committee in charge of the party. Following luncheon, each member of the chapter will relate an incident of her summer vacation. An informal musical program will be given. First regular meeting of the year will be held at the Fletcher-Ameri can bank parlor at. 9:45 Thursday morning, Sepit. 19, when the year’s study of music will be cited. Plan Joint Meeting Members of Alpha and Beta chap ters. Chi Delta. Chi sorority, will meet at 8 tonight at the home of Mrs. Bernadette Doebs, 523 Cottage avenue. Will A YRES Have a •Big Opening?* We’ve been hearing that question for months. And we’re glad to answer quickly — Ks ... a Big Opening! To answer the questions that naturally follow, we will state simply that there will be no brass bands, no lengthy speeches, no bouquets—floral, vegetable, or oratorical. After all, this is a store. A store’s job is to furnish goods that people want, when and in the manner and quality they are wanted. By sticking pretty close to this definition by alway* remembering what our job is, and trying to do it the best it can be done, we’ve grown into 100 times our 1872 store area. So, in our opening, we’ll stick to our job—and our opening ceremony will be the usual opening of our doors at the usual time —on a most unusual event -- Avres’ 57th Ajiji iversary Sale Will Be Ayr as* Opening ... And It Wdl Begin Saturday sssL-SAykes 6* Co- Wttjifai&on QftaiUA AnntmcmtUt &* o FtUam , John O’Connell, pastor. The altar I was lighted with tapers and the I chancel banked with palms, j Miss Helen Colbert, organist, pre ! sented a program of bridal airs. | Mrs. J, J. Shattner sang. Mrs. Patrick D. Sullivan, sister of the bride, was her only attendant. She wore a pink chiffon gown, pale blue satin slippers, blue felt hat and carried an arm bouquet of pink roses and delphinium. Elmer Dailey, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The bride, given in marriage by her fa ther, wore a utoite chiffon gown with a cape collar and long, full skirt with uneven hemline. She wore white crepe slippers, and a tulle veil with a lace cap, with clus ters of orange blossoms on either side. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride’s parents. The bridal table was decorated with pink and blue flowers and lighted with tapers. Mr. and Mrs. Dailey have gone to French Lick, the bride traveling in a blue crepe ensemble with eggshell satin blouse and blue accessories. They will be at home after Sept. 25 at 825 North Sherman drive. Party Given at College In Honor of Freshmen Last social event of freshmen week at Teachers’ College of Indi anapolis took place Monday night, when a party w*as given at the col lege in honor of the freshmen. A feature was toe removal oi the bibs freshmes had worn all week and the “prbmotion” to the green and white hair bows, the college colors. They also took part in a candlelight ceremony. The committee m charge included Miss Dorothy Rubin, chairman; Miss Lucille Keller, Miss Hilda Som mers Miss Martha Byram and Miss Christine Sorhage. STORIES ABOUT AYRES’ NEW STORE NUMBER EIGHT SEPT. 11,1929 Pants Must Be Worn in This Town BY MRS. WALTER FERGUSON A news dispatch from Claremore. Okla., famous as the home of Will Rogers, informs us that the citizens of that town wpre startled the other day. The more they ponder the In cident, the more their indignation grows. It seems that a large and expen sive automobile bearing a Pennsyl vania license, drew up on a hot August noon before Claremore’s most exclusive restaurant. Out of It clambered a man clad in a suit of green and purple striped pajamas. He sauntered nonchalantly into the eating house, ordered his meal and ate with perfect Unconcern while angry natives gathered to gaze. Taking no notice whatever of their stares and mutterings. the stranger, giving not one of them so much as a “how-de-do,” finished his lunch and coolly drove off, raising a terrible dust as he went. The correspondent naively adds, “Being evidently greatly embar rassed at the immodest display of the man. a w-oman companion re mained cow’ering shamefacedly with in the car while the gentleman dined." And no wonder. Did she not be hold the shock to the fine sensibili ties of the indignant and amazed citizens as they gazed upon this ex hibition? Although time was, and that not so long ago, when the men of the Claremore environs went about garbed in nothing more confining than a G string, that day has gone and Claremore wishes the world to know that It definitely has put on pants. The Cherokee chieftains who formerly stalked about in those hoi and dusty regions in breech clouts have become thoroughly American ized. But, then, Oklahoma itself puts great stress on the conventions. An eminent educator of that state once blushingly draped pants on the figure of a marble Hercules that w r as lend ing the cultural touch to a co-educa tional college. Sartorially the In dian country may not rank high, but pants it must have. Issue Invvitations Mrs. John Lincoln Glendening. 3134 North Delaware street, will en tertain with a tea from 4 to 6 on Wednesday afternoon. Sept. 18, in honor of her sister. Miss Mary Flor ence Malott, whose marriage to William Cooper will take place Sept. 24. Hold, Initial Meeting Initial meeting of the Woman's Department Club, auxiliary to the Public Health Nurses’ Association was held today at the home of Mrs. Mrs. J. Madison LaU. Shelbyville road. Mrs. Othneil Hitch, newly appointed chairman, presided. First Meeting Slated First regular meeting of the year oi Xi Delta Xi sorority will be held at the home of Miss Cornelia Tooney, 2428 ' nth Alabama street, at 8 Friday i it. Card Party Arranged Center Council, Security Benefit Association, entertained with a bunco and euchre party Tuesday night at its hall, 116 East Maryland street, fourth floor. Mrs. Maude Sourwlne w T as chairman in charge.