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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.
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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
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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.
People Will Always Find It Profitable
to Shop at the People’s On
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measures, when open, 38x20 inches; with leaves down, 20x22 inches.
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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.
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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.

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