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WORK IS MADE REAL PLEASURE BY BEAUTIFUL KITCHEN Color First Point to Be Considered BY JULIA BLANSHARD NEA (service Writer NEW YORK, May wise housekeeper will pick up her paint brush, a few yaras of colorful cur tain fabric, take a look through de partment stores for newest furni ture, labor savers and utensils and, all in all, create such a rainbow around her dishpan that it will fairly beckon her: ‘‘Come into the kitchen!” The kitchen beautiful is really a gauge of modernism. It took a couple of decades of having women straining at the leash to get out of the kitchen to bring about the revolutionary movement that has made kitchens what they are today. Good Arrangement Vital Good arrangement is a first es sential to a thoroughly satisfactory kitchen. So is color. So is a good ly assortment of proper furnishings and labor savers. There are three general decora tive schemer you may use for your kitchen. One consists of highly col orful paint, perhaps cream, lacquer, red and black, with chairs, tables, all utens.ls and even the linoleum holding to the scheme. This type calls for the plainest of cross-barred or other simple cream curtains, because the room itself is gay enough. The second scheme uses pastel tones, such as pale green and lav ender, and an unusual manner of decorating this would be to frame small prints in soft tones for a panel around the top of the wain scoting. One Tone Used Have the frames the contrasting lavender, against green walls. Cur tins should match perfectly and so should enameled kitchenware. The third scheme is to hold one tone, yellow, pale gray, tan, apricot, soft green or any other color that you like, and through the use of gay chintz curtain, merry shelf cover ing, colorful pots and pans and con tainers, liven the room to the proper degree of stimulation. The kitchen curtains are fully as important as those in the living room. Yellow and red gingham, with yellow bindings, three -toned figured chintzes, with braid in the three tones, finishing them, waterproofed calicoes, oilcloth in new designs and multitudinous other novelties are manufactured just to suit the kitchen. Some are extremely in expensive. Utensils Should Match The new trick for the monotone kitchen is to have plaid checked, polka dotted or other figured oil cloth shelf covering and curtains to match. Your utensils should match up with one of the colors in the design. After your color scheme is decided upon, your essentials for working purchased, there are many new and useful gadgets on the market which will lighten and enliven your work. Glaas containers for all supplies save trouble and are attractive, since they now come in many lovely colors and are quite decorative. Glass covers for frying pans are new and tremendously satisfactory because you can watch your meat right through them. Colors That Please Canisters for salt, sugar, flour can be had in matching tones for your pots and pans and bread box and these save trouble and mess. Electric tea kettles are new and so is a combination wsffle iron, toaster and griddle. Such combinations in a gay color, yellow’ and black for instance, can be had in dish cloths, tea towels, kitchen clock and orange reamer, which add a certain pleasing note when they do match. DR.'LEONARD WILL BE HONORED GUEST Dr. S. A. Leonard, member of the faculty at the University of Wisconsin, who will speak at the Orchard school, will be the honor guest at a dinner, to be given to night at the Woodstock Club, by Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Sherk, 3703 Springhollow road. Covers will be laid for Mr. and Mrs. Sherk, Dr. Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jameson, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Matravers, Mr. and Mrs. T. Harvey Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bur nett and Mrs. Goodrich. Entertain With Bridge Mr. and Mrs. Howard P. Travis entertained with a bridge party at their home, 2906 North Delaware street. Wednesday night. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. Perry’ Meek, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dawes. Mr. and Mrs. John Weddell. Mrs. Veda Meindergardner and Mrs. Paul V. Allen. in C minutes this famous Fruit Punch Here’s delightful refreshment for four next card party- Welch’s famous fruit punch. The recipe is on every label—a wonderfully delicious blend! Another treat all the family will welcome —Welch a for their breakfast fruit Juice. Sl* liberal portion* to the pint . more f diluted with one-third water, and many prefer it so Less than 5c a portionl Insist op Welch’s, pure, unadulterated grape luke. pasteurised. AW sm as er Wrich’t—FßtE— taste rale* a, X *as &U.X Y. MANAGE BUSINESS CLUBS SESSION Banquet to Be Held by Butler Club Professor Milton D. Baumgartner, president of the Butler chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, national honorary scholastic fraternity, announced we election of the following students to the fraternity today: Mrs. Elizabeth D. Bolander, Mrs. Pauline C. Burkher, Miss Elizabeth R. Burford, Miss Dorothy V. Butz, Miss Gladys Cook, Miss Laura E. Hanna, Miss Reatha Inman, Miss Nancy E. Lentz, Miss Helen M. Lil lie, Miss Mary Louise Mahan, Miss Mary Moran, Miss Florence Nicolai, Miss Louise Charlotte Reiter, Miss Eleanor Ross, Miss Margaret L. Snyder, Miss Martha C. Vollmer; Miss Martha M. Willis, Miss Anne Louise Withers, Horace O. Wright, Martin K. Barnett, Howard E. An derson, Robert Andrey, Edward J. Budenbaum, Rexford F. Dauben mire, George M. Gisler and Floyd Ross. Anonuncement was made at the hcnor day exercises held this morn ing at the gymnasium. The traditional academic proces sion, composed of the senior class, the faculty and the deans, led by the Butler band, marched from the fleldhouse hall to the gymnasium. President Alfred H. Upham of Mi ami university gave the address. He was introduced by Dr. Robert J. Aley, president of Butler. Party Will Be Given in Honor of Miss Allen Miss Catherine Allen, whose mar riage to Dr. D. Wayne Myers, Lima, 0., will take place Saturday after noon at the Tabernacle Presbyterian church, will be the honor guest at a party tonight, given by her sister, Mrs. N. T. McDaugnlin, at her home, 4717 Guilford avenue. At serving time the table will be centered with a three-tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. The centerpiece will be surrounded by lighted tap ers in silver holders. Guests with Miss Allen and her fiance will be Mrs. Ethan Allen, the bride’s mother: Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Peterman, Terre Haute; Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Myers and Robert Myers, Bucyrus, O.; Miss Eleanor Trout, Miss Ruth Speer, Miss Grace Furlong and Miss Elizabeth Ward. MRS. GOODWIN Ts NAMED DIRECTOR Mrs. G. C. Goodwin was ap pointed director of the Indianapolis Council of Women at a meeting of the executive board of the organ ization held Thursday at the Fletcher American bank. Committee chairmen for the year were appointed as follows: Ameri canization, Mrs. Edna Pauley: civic, Mrs. C. W. Foltz; court, Mrs. W. H. Holmes; child welfare, Mrs. I. E. Rush; hospitality, Mrs. W. C. Bartholomew; legislative, Mrs. J. J. | Cochrane; motion picture, Mrs. P. T. Pumphrey; program, Mrs. Albert Mueller; social hygiene, Mrs. I. E. Berry; resolutions and permanent i peace, Mrs. Curtis Hodges and visitations, Mrs. Goodwin. MRS. RABB NAMED AS COMMITTEE HEAD Mrs. Kate Milner Rabb was elect ed chairman of the citizens’ library , advisory committee at a meeting in | the office of Luther L. Dickinson, city librarian. Thursday. The committee acts in an advisory : capacity to the librarian. Mrs. Rabb will appoint an organization committee of three members who will name sub-committees and out ; line duties for members. The board will meet May 22. Mothei s to Be Entertained Members of the Bruce Robinson Post, American Legion auxiliary, will ; entertain Sunday with a Mothers' dajilra at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wi| v-M(wre, Forty-second and Miss Theta M. Byrkett (upper left), transportation chairman, Is arranging automobile tours for delegates from all over the state, who will attend the annual state convention of the Eusiness and Professional Woman’s Clubs. (Photo by Bretzman.) Mrs. Bonnie K. Robertson, Hammond (upper right) is state president of the organization. Mrs. Camille B. Fleig (center, right), is music chairman for the convention. She also organized the Indianapolis B. and P. W. Glee Club. (Photo by Dexheimer.) Mrs. Pearl A. Cook (lower right) is general informa tion chairman. Miss Myra Majors (lower left) is publicity director and chairman in charge of the pages. The convention will be held at the Claypool Saturday, Sunday and Monday. ALUMNAE TO HOLD ! DINNER MEETING Indiana Gamma Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi sorority will hold a din ner meeeting Monday night at 6 o’clock at Mrs. Hartman’s tearoom, 1433 North Pennsylvania street. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Walter Hiser and Miss Geneva Hungate. A business meeting and RITE'S STORE HOURS 8 A. M. to 6:30 P. M. —At This Busy, Square Deal Store and Save!! Special Purchase and Sale of Smart, New Silk **! Jm? Jf DRESSES JUmR On’v an unusual purchase allows us ® Prints, polka dots, new pin dots in fill every style that’s wanted. All on lUa Pay 45c Down!! VlJfflP OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 O’CLOCK SUITS BilgEllK iiiaiiaii pfj |H| IH mmi cloz shop AND MARYLAND STREETS OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 6:30 P. M. THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES election of officers for the ensuing year will follow dinner. Women’s Club to Meet St. Joan of Arc Women’s Club will meet Wednesday afternoon at the parish community center, Forty second and Park avenue. A pro gram and a bridge party has been arranged for the afternoon. Banquet to Be Held by Butler Club Indianapolis Intercollegiate Cos mopolitan Club members will en tertain with an informal reception and banquet Saturday night at Butler university. The reception will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 in the recreation hall, followed by a banquet at the Cam pus Club. The recreation hall will be decorated with palms and ferns. The banquet tables will have cen terpieces of flowers. Miss Susanna Monninger is chairman of the re ception committee. Professor John J. Haramy, In diana Central college, will be the principal speaker. His subject will be ‘‘The Soul of America.” Guests who have been invited to attend are Governor and Mrs. Harry G. Leslie, Mayor Reginald H. Sulli van, President and Mrs. Robert J. Aley, Dean and Mrs. J. W. Putnam of Butler university; President and Mrs. I. J. Good, Indiana Central college; Dr. and Mrs. F. R. Hen shaw, Indiana University School of Dentistry; Dr. and Mrs. Charles P. Emerson, Indiana school of medi cine; Dean and Mrs. Edward H. Niles, Indianapolis college of phar macy; Dean and Mrs. Emil Rath, Normal college of North America Gymnastics Union; Dean and Mrs. J. A. Rohback, Indiana law school; Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Goddard, Y. M. C. A.; Mrs Alice Corbin Sies, In dianapolis Teachers’ college; Dean Emma M. Shover, John Herron Art institute; William R. Forney, secre tary of the Benjamin Harrison law school and members of the Intercol legiate Cosmopolitan Club chapters from Indiana, De Pauv/ and Purdue universities. Miss Monninger is being assisted by Miss Nyers, Miss Gizelle Heim, Miss Eugenia Hsai, Albert Esculto, Seiya Nakamori, Howard Honda, Chai Hoon Kim and Herman Bried. HONOR MISS GIBSON AT SORORITY FETE Members of Alpha chapter, Phi Beta Delta sorority, honored Miss Katherine Gibson, who is leaving soon for California, with a personal shower, Wednesday night, at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Blue, 3155 Kenwood avenue. Guests included Miss Mabel Hen ry, Miss Mildred Bray, Miss Gene vieve Davis, Miss Betty McCrack en, Miss Marcel Brain, Miss Lor raine Beachup, Miss Jane Wise, Miss Martha Wolfe, Miss Norma Keller, Miss Edna Mae Gage, Miss Hardinger, Miss Florence Early, Miss Betty Clark, Miss Ellen Clark, Miss Ruth Zeba and Miss Geneva Codam. TRIANON CHAPTER TO STAGE DANCE Trianon chapter at Butler uni versity will hold its annual spring formal dance Saturday night at South Grove clubhouse. Trianon is a national sorority for college women. , Honor guests will include mem bers of the faculty, representatives of other campus organizations, and representatives from Trianon chap ters at Miami university and Uni versity of Cincinnati. The ballroom will be decorated with spring flowers in the sorority colors blue and gold. Members of the dance committee are Miss Edith Barbour, Lawrence, chairman; Miss Maurine Collins, Shelbyville; Miss Rosemary Brown and Miss Bettina Johnson. Hold Luncheon Bridge Mrs. Frank Benson, 2906 Broaaway, entertained Thursday with lunch eon and bridge in honor of Mrs. R. D. Scobey, who will leave soon for a trip west. Guests with the honor guest -were Mrs. G. N. McCool, Mrs. N. L. Searcy, Mrs. Roy Goodwine, Mrs. Robert Goodwfrne and Mrs. W. M. Bassett. ON MORTAR BOARD GROUP mV® Wf JH vV. v . Mir* Schuelke Second annual junior-senior luncheon for Indiana university coeds was held today, with members of the Mortar Board, senior hono rary society for women, in charge. Miss Gertrude • Schuelke, Ft. Wayne, left, president of the or ganization, and Miss Janet John ston, Remington, are members of the committee in charge of ar rangements. Other members as sisting them are Miss Agnes Hass, Four Named Delegates to Session At a special meeting of the board of directors of the Public Health Nursing Association, held Thursday at the home of Mrs. F. R. Kautz, 4059 North Pennsylvania street, Mrs. Ecthel P. Clarke, president of the organization; Mrs. Henry B. Hey vvood, Mrs. James Bawden and Miss Beatrice Short, superintendent, were chosen as delegates to attend the biennial meeting of the national or ganization of public health nursing, to be held at Milwaukee June 9 to 14. Five staff nurses will also attend the national conference. They are Miss Erma Lowe, Miss Mary Owens, Miss Mabelle Hursch, Miss Ardis Leakey and Miss Rosena Harrison. Miss Harrison will speak on ‘‘Valua tion of Staff Meeting Reports and Programs,” at a staff round table discussion. A playlet was presented showing the nursing technique in a case of scarlet fever and the educational value of a nurse’s visit. Th% play let, written by Miss Marie Winkler, was presented by Mrs. Zelda Kester. Miss Hirsch and Miss Lowe. Following the playlet, a breakfast was served. A garden party was held after that. Miss Short reported that 6,930 visits had been made during the month of April, and that five clinics had been held by the nurses. It was reported that the part time pay visits by nurses were increasing due to the fact that fewer people were using full time nurses. MISS FULTON ACTS ON SCHOOL GROUP Miss Alice V. Fulton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Fulton, 3520 North Pennsylvania street, served on the committee in charge of arrange ments attenting the celebration of the 101st birthday of Abbot academy, Andover, Mass., where she is a stu dent. The celebration included a bazaar and Mother Goose entertainment. Miss Mary Jane Manny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wililam B. Manny, 731 Soring street, Michigan City, also was on the committee. HmEv V 1 Miss Johnston Pierceton, anid Miss Virginia, Crim, Salem. The luncheon followed the Foun dation day convocation, from 10 to 12. Professor Edna Johnson of the university English department, hon orary member of the society, spoke. The silver loving cup, presented to women of the university last year by Dean Agnes Wells, was given by the retiring president of the Asso ciation of Women Students, Miss Johnston, to the incoming president, Miss Elizabeth King, Wabash. Special for Saturday Only A Fresh Carnalion Given With Each SI.OO Purchase of ‘ || Non-leakable flacon in velvet lined jewel Renaud of Paris is famous for his lovely floral perfumes and now in honor of Mothers every where, he recreates with rare artistry the fra grance of their own special flower. With each purchase of the SI.OO purse size flacon tomorrow we will give free a fresh carna tion (white or colored). Charles Mayer and Company 29-31 W, Wash. St. OUR 90th YEAR P3B E. .Maple Road NO W7-Electric Waterless Cookers Don’t Stay Home to Cook! Shop, go to church, your club, movie o- wherever you will. No longer need you hurry home to get dinner. Simply connect your cooker to any light socket, place your meat, potatoes, vegetables and pudding in the cooker—enough for five or six people. Turn on the current according to the Cooking Chart and by the time you are dressed for the street it will be about time to turn the current off. You are free for hours while the Excel continues to cook by stored heat. No watching, turning or basting. When meal time comes everything wlil be ready—tender, delicious Arriving home, keep on your pretty street clothes—dish up dinner—enjoy your own cooking and eat with the family like company. INDIANAPOLIS POWER ft LIGHT “■sr company ..aJgfr .MAY 9, [1930 Delta Zeta Sorority to Hold Dance Pledges of Delta Zeta sorority, Butler university, will entertain active members with a dance to night at the Meridian Hills Country Club. Committee in charge of arrange ments is composed of Miss Dorothy Wright. Miss Wtlda Swango and Miss Virginia Mitch. Miss Zoe McFadden is president of the pledges. Rooms in the clubhouse will be decorated with spring flow ers. Programs will be in the soror ity colors, green and rose. Black Cat entertainers will play the program of dances. Mrs. Susan Davis, sorority hostess; Miss Emily Helming and Miss Ruth Bozell of the Butler university faculty, will be chaperons. Guests have been invited from other sororities on the campus. Those attending will be: Misses Sarah Ella Hill, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Mary Helen Dun nington, Delta Gamma; Vera Louise Wyrick, Kappa Alpha Theta; Hope Wilcutts, Pi Beta Phi; Charlotte Peele, Alpha Omicron Pi: Cather ine Thurston, Alpha Delta Pi; Evely Mundy, Alpha Delta Theta; Francele Crenshaw, Alpha Chi Omega; Geraldine Kuntz, Zeta Tau Alpha; Josephine McElhaney, Delta Delta Delta; Dorothy Sexton, Kappa Phi, and Mary Frances I Douglass, Chi Theta Chi.