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MAY S, 1930.
Reservation Is Made for Theta Party The following reservations have been made for the final play of the Kappa Alpha Theta bridge tourna ment to be held tonight at the Co lumbia Club: Messrs, and Mesdames Clifford Harrod. Halford Johnson, Thomas Luckett, Ralph Nessler, Russell Moore, Robert Lee, P. W. Filer, El lis Jackson. Mesdames. Otto C. Mahrdt, Evans Woollen Jr., Floyd R. Mannon, Wendell Barrett, Margo Downs, Allen Greer, Raymond Way, Henry Churchman, James Reynolds, Sam uel Deal, C. E. Zimm, Thomas Bar nett. Paul Rochford, Charles Rau, Joseph Mullane, A. D. Lange, Max well Bailey, Albert Seaton. Joseph Malarky, Edward McGaughey, Wal ter S. Grenough, Carl Eveletgh, Walter Krull, L. E. Freeman, Charles Collins, Robert Axtell, Paul Buchanan, John W. Atherton, Mrs. George Stuart. Justus Paul, W. M. Spencer, E. F. Smith, Theodore Locke, Orville Page, James Murray, Homer McKinstray. Musses Cecelia McDermott, Mar tha Updegraf, Betty Berterman. Virginia Mowry, Ruth Smith and Helen Strawmeyer. Those who will play in the tour nament section are: Mesdames E S. Smith, Theodore Locke, L E. Sieman, Henry L. Dithmer Jr., Wal ter Stuhldreher, Harold Kealing, Layman Schell, Carl Queisser, Har old Mercer, Coburn Scholl, Edwin O’Neel, Evanson Earp, Walter Shir ley, William Schumacher, and Misses Miidred Cook, Edith Robinson, Jua nita Stamper. Betty McMath, Alice Ball and Helen De Grief. Miss Sara Frances Downs is chair man in charge of arrangements, as sisted by Mrs. Joseph Mullane, Mrs. Fred Ahrbecker, Mrs. Harold Mer cer and Mrs. James Ray. Gives Bridge Party Mrs. Julia Phillips, who has just returned from Carol Gables, Fla., was the guest of honor at a bridge party given today by Mrs. Anna Conner. 2902 Central avenue. Guests were Mrs. Malica Collins, Mrs. Wini fred Farrell, Mrs. Martin Fallon, Mrs. Sabina McAvin, Mrs. John H. McCarty, Mrs. Mary Smith and Miss Winifred Dugan. PERMANENT WAVE SPECIALISTS § NESTLE *7= Ten Finger Waves if we Shampoo New Process Frederic | A Croquignole ....*) A U Eugene Waves, $lO POWDER PUFF 31 E Ohio St. Lincoln 6867 Waves given in the evening by appointment. Fine Shoes Women who appreciate qual- ft9BßT*<ijjj ity shoes can purchase two pairs of these for the price ||Pl||||L of one pair—when perfect. Imperfections are so slight they affect neither the looks or the wear. Usual retail price $6 to SB. AAA to C. mLv # $ 3* 95 Sizes 2 1 /s to 9 Stout’s Big Four Shoe Store 352-354 West Washington Street " SUPERFLUOUS HAIR FOLLICLE DEVITALIZED FOREVER j Skin Left Soft and Smooth Koremlu Cream acts directly on hair roots —devitalizing them—gradually weakening the growth of hair until it dis appears entirely. Koremlu Cream is gradual in action but safe and fool-proof in results. Its ingredients are so gentle, they cannot injure the most delicate skin. When using Koremlu, no other cream is needed to keep skin soft and smooth. Apply Koremlu on face, arms or any part of body marred by superfluous hair. Buy your first jar today. Money re funded if Koremlu fails after satisfactory trial. The Wm. H. Block Cos. A * Ai H. P. Wasson & Cos. Booklet / Patterns ' PATTERN ORDER BLANK Pattern Department, Indianapolis Times, Indianapolis, Ind. Enclosed find 15 cents for which send Pat- C O 1 tern No. O O 1 Size - Street City - Name State | O \ ?jj ‘ j|i MM pi if 63l ll' THE FROCK THAT ACCENTS PRINCESS LINES It’s anew version that adapts it self beautifully to printed crepe silk for the all-day frock. It’s sleekly flattering with the bow tied neckline and shirred bodice. The low-flared skirt fullness is de cidedly graceful and slimming. Style No. 631 may be obtained in sizes 16, 18, 20 years, 36, 38, 40 and 42 inches bust. The medium size takes but 3% yards of 39-inch mate rial. Pattern price 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. We suggest that when you send for this pattern, you inclose 10 cents additional for a copy of our new Spring Fashion Magazine. Girl Can Be Popular and Keep Kisses BY MARTHA LEE. Starting with the “date” age until a girl becomes a matron, the most important question she must ask herself is, “Shall I or shaii I not pet?” And her decision has a great bearing on her future life. The ques tion has been hashed and rehashed in a thousand different ways. Girls write in that they are prim and proper, and as a consequence spend their evenings .tatting. Other girls write in that they have been good sports all their lives (by which they mean they have been free with the kisses) and now, at an age when they should be married and happy, they are single and utterly miser able. The girls say: “If we don’t pet the boys won’t take us out.” The boys say: “When we marry, we want girls who have known how to Where and Sconomy M§el Charles 4 West Washington Street MOST UNUSUAL REDUCTIONS GO INTO EFFECT TOMORROW IN THIS BIG Fa iH AVI AAM.It I J |. "k '-m gilil j I I \ \jS ; w\ Special Purchases in Addition ' / \cC ay to Our Regular Stocks V M-I'ijfr Assures a Choice cf Hot }\ pH All the Newest v / v ■ l|j|| Styles ft!' :: s 118 B. , ; 1* ***Lp. icfa.r'Vv 14 ■ I if Hii, YA * ?I L-> ’miki/Ji.M mJt jfm ft J la, "Y jMm / 1 wjl lyj* / I wfe 1 ' 1/ • ssl t % vc At , M , MM \ \ $} ' mfmmWK CAPE COATS \a FURRED COATS jj DRESSY COATS j&k SPORTCOATS (JS^H silk coats m Bi WHITECOATS j BESiIb * ’/ *l*; All Beautifully Styled / jfi and of Rare Quality I JBIMBII //f : i at This Price — / filifi 11 L&. f 4lLjl f* r*m The season's newest style ere- J JafiaEffEgM \ ,srm atiens in a variety of models to / j J ’ ■ suit ever\ need at a price that is /Ml [' | B i amazingly low for tomorrow's / £§§ j|f j m f sale. / t$l "•/ B Here is.a sale of coats that Ijg SP>ar / 1 M must appeal to those who would W&Bmf M 1 wßk save without sacnficing style or T £&BragS jS&jf T : I fU quality. Cape coats in all the J/ smarter effects. Coats with |i L HH reveres of flat fur. Dressy coats of wool crepe, broadcloth and V. L twill. -Sport coats in basket \ l / weaves tweeds and novelty \ V: ; ; i y. B weaves, in all the most popular \ 1 J \ : ■ spring colors. For style, smart- l s t J r^iß ness and price they are in a , | j \ M class by themselves. / [ i W=|[B __===: CHARLES , A —■■■hg THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES say no at the right times. We don’t want wives who have been kissed by every ‘drugstore cowboy’ and ‘davenport hound’ in town. We don’t want second-hand, remnant wives.” And the girls come back with, “Says you.” As long as you are just dating and out for a godQ time, which is until you are about 25 or 30, you want to take to a party the girls who are good sports. You want girls who are not averse to a little kiss, drink and smoke. If we do these things we’re good party ma terial, which means we’ll be popular when we’re young and vigorous. But it reduces our stock matrimoni ally.” What’s the answer? In the first place, it is a gener ally accepted theory among young girls that boys set the pace. They do not. Several of the most popu lar of the younger girls set the style in behavior, and the rest of the girls, feeling that it will insure their own popularity, which is in need of bolstering up, follow suit. Naturally the boys will take all the petting can get. But if the girls refuse to pet, without put ting on that “holier th.tn thou” attitude that ruins man> a good girl’s chances, the boys v ill accept the rebuff without giving up the girl’s friendship. It amounts to this. If a girl is clever and good at handling situa tions, she can be just as good as her great-grandmother and just as popular as the freshest flapper that ever tipped a cocktail. If she isn’t clever, she’s very apt to have to resort to heavy petting. So it’s really a, stigma she puts upon her self in the eyes of her boy friends. She’s advertising the fact that she’s not smart enough to get along with out petting. And very often she is choosing fleeting popularity for a home and husband. So you girls who are wondering whether you should or whether you shouldn’t, better had ask yourself another question, which is con cerned with something far more im portant than making every frater nity dance. Too often, the most popular “number” in high school and college is left holding the bur lap when it comes time to don the bridal satin and tulle veil. Take your choice. Be mildly popular and have an added chance of getting a husband when the time comes. Or hold your own for im mediate popularity and reduce your matrimonial stock. COLLEGE ALUMNAE IN LUNCHEON SATURDAY Indiana alumnae of Oxford col lege, Oxford, 0., will hold their state luncheon Saturday at the Lincoln. 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It it needs to build you up so that your helps Nature build rich, red-bloo<^ SjpiPl system may throw off the cause. cells. It is made from strictly fresh With an increase in the red-blood- vegetable drugs and has stood the gHfl cells, you will be on the right road test for over 100 years. All good jßy jfßfijßl to Health. This is Nature’s way to drug stores sell S.S.S. in two sizes. HgJfl msi body power and to clear skin. Nat- Ask for the larger size. It is more if m U urally, with your strength restored, economical. Hvl iw Makes You mtim iCCC Feel Like liiu.J. J duo. Yourself Again Plans for the affair were made Tuesday at a meeting of the Indian apolis'association held at the home of Mrs. Leo Shumaker, 3735 Salem street. Mrs. Harold Trusler was assistant hostess. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. PAGE 11 L. M. Rhodes, Mrs. H. C. Dinwiddle, Mrs. Henry L. Fuller, Mrs. Olethe Renard, Mrs. Frank Brodt. Mrs. C. F. Fox. Miss Mary Gold. Miss Ber nice Wren, Miss Helen Elliott and Miss Adele Renard.