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Quaker Rites Unite Couple at Church Miss Myrtle Lee Utterbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Utterbach, Greenfield, became the bride of R. Russell Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Andrews. 3741 North Elinois street, at an old fashioned Quaker ceremony in First Friends church at 4 Tuesday after noon. There was no officiating min ister. The Rev. Ira C. Dawes stood by- The church was decorated with palms and summer flowers. Miss Haley J. Harold, organist, played a group of bridal airs as the guests were being seated by the ushers, L. B. Hill and H. M. Gaston. Dur ing the ceremony, she played “Oh Promise Me.’’ .Hiss Robb Attendant Miss Gladys Robo. Greenfield, the bride's only attendant, wore cpaline pink point d'esprit with hair j braid picture hat and slippers to; match. She carried pink roses and delphinium. Clifford C. Stratton was best man. The bride, who was given in mar riage by her father, wore a gown of white satin, made with a fitted bod ice and long circular skirt to the floor. She wore an orchid hair braid picture hat and carried a shower bouquet of orchids and lilies cf the valley. On Northern Trip Mr. and Mrs. Andrews have gone ! on a trip to northern Michigan and Canada, the bride traveling in a black suit with eggshell blouse and accessories in eggshell. They will return to Greenfield, Aug. 15, for residence. Out-of-town guests were Messrs, and Mesdair.es Walter Clark, Chi cago; Noel Byrd, Charleston, 111.; A. P. Brider, J. M. White, Harry Koin, Harold ttooton, Eldon Robb, Greenfield; Alex Utterbach, Moores ville; Jasper Utterbach, Terre Haute; J. M. Kiser, Columbus, O.; j Everett Heath, Robinson, 111; Mrs. Lottie Winslow, Hollywood, and George B. Chase, Buffalo. Miss Helmer Will Entertain in Bridge Party Miss Dorothy Helmer will enter- 1 tain tonight at her home, 1011 North Drexel avenue, with a bridge party and linen shower in honor of Miss Thelma Thomas, whose marriage to Henry Morgan will take place Sat urday. Miss Thomas will be presented with an Italian cut work table cloth and napkins. The hostess will be assisted by her mother, Mrs. J. L. Helmer. and Miss Catherine Gil bert. Guests with the bride-elect and her mother, Mrs. O. R. Thomas, will be Mrs. Anton Segerstrom, Santa Anna, Cal.; Mrs. Donald Higgins, Hastings. Mich.; Mrs. Robert Avels, Mrs. Robert LitteU, Mrs. Edna Christian. Mrs. Glen Jackson, Mrs. Frank Churchman. Mrs. Robert Faulkner. Mrs. Addison Dowling, j Mrs. William O'Daniel. Mrs. George \ Gilbert, Miss Amy Beatty, Craw fordsville; Miss Margaret Doriot, Miss Helen Dodds, Miss Mildred Dirks, Miss Jeanne Wilson, Miss Lucy Ashjian, Miss Virginia Lucas, : Miss Helen De Veiling, Miss Jose-! phine Fitch, Miss Eleanor Jones, Miss Katherine Gerlach, Miss Doris Haggard, Miss Dorothy Wilson and Miss Armen Ashjian. PERSONALS Miss Emma Claypool. Marott hotel, has gone to Bar Harbor for the summer. Mrs. Samuel Rubens, Mrs. Julia Shanaman and Miss Frederica Good man. 628 South Illinois street, left today to spend two months at As bury Park, N. J. Samuel Ruben and j Harry Ruben will join them later. 1 Among Indianapolis members of P. E. O. Sisterhood, who are at tending the state convention in New castle, are Mesdames A. R. Dewey, Gibson Adams, A. Hugh Johnson. C. R, Armstrong. Chapter F: William P. Chafee. Maude Daugherty, Capter Q; Ray Grimes. Frances McDonald, Capter P. and Horace E. Boggy, president of Chapter G. Indianapolis women who attended the biennial convention of the American Nurses’ Association. Pub lic Health Nursing Association and League of Nursing Education of Milwaukee were Mesdames James A. Bawden, Ethel P. Clarke. Misses Beatrice Short, Marie Winkler, Erma Lowe, Mary Margaret Hast ings, Ardis Leakey and Rowena Harrison. Robert C. Becherer. whose mar riage to Miss Nell Norton will take place Saturday at Miss Norton’s home in Loudonville, N. Y., and his sister. Miss Julia Becherer, who will be bridesmaid, left Tuesday by motor for Loudonville. Mr. and Mrs. Constantine H. Becherer, the bride groom's parents; Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. W. Otte, Frank Otte and Otto C. Mahrdt. left today. Miss Lou Norton, aunt of the bride who will be maid of honor, will leave Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Pier. 3305 Ruckle street, have as their house guests Ensign L. L. Koepke, Flint, and Ensign Joseph Clifton, Paducah Ky. Mrs. Ella Redmond, 3535 Birch wood avenue, has as her guests Mrs. Don Huston and Mrs. M. D. Den man. Columbus. Miss Constance Coleman and Miss Helen Trent were among guests last week-end at a house party given by Bernard Cunniff Jr. at the Wawasee hotel and country club. Lake Wa wasee. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lutz, 1454 East Forty-sixth street, have as their guest Miss Edith White, Fair bury. Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Hambly, Marott hotel, are in New York for several days, where they are stop ping at the Barclay. Honors Visitors Mrs. George Shuman, Detroit, who is visiting friends in Indianapolis, was the guest of honor at a lunch eon bridge given Tuesday at the Indianapolis Athletic Club by Mrs. Walter E. Kipp, 1332 Central ave nue, Twelv* were enter tained. I Miss Alice Johnson to Become Bride Tonight in Home Rites The mairiage of Miss Alice Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson. 1509 East Maple road boulevard, to Thomas Hessong. will be solemnized tonight in a ceremony to be read at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. A. E. Renn will officiate. Mr. Hessong is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hessong, 842 North Bradley street. The service will be performed be fore banked palms and ferns and lighted candelabra. Pasquale Mon tani, harpist, and Guy Montani, violinist, will play a program of bridal airs, including “Liebestraum,” “Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms” and “O Promise Me” and during the ceremony, "I Love You Truly.” Immediately following it, they will play “Spring Song.” Ethel Frey Becomes Bride of Charles W. Cavanaugh Holy Cross church was the scene this morning of the wedding of Miss Ethel Frey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Joseph Frey, 4502 Washington boulevard, and Charles W. Cavanaugh, son of John P. Ca vanaugh, Washington, Ind. The Rev. William F. Keefe per formed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass. The altar was Miss Milan to Wed in Church Rites Miss Lavona Milan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Milan, 223 West Main street, and Robert M. Calbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Calbert, will be marriea tonight at 8, at a ceremony at the Plainfield Meth odist church. The Rev. F. J. Beisel will read the service before the altar banked with palms and ferns, decorated with garden flowers, and lighted by candelabra e- The family pews will be marked by tulle bows in pastel shades, knotted with clusters of sweet peas. Preceding the ceremony, Miss Mildred Froyd will play a group of bridal airs, and Miss Helen Arm baum will sing. C. M. Calbert, uncle of the bridegroom also will sing. Misr. James Maid of Honor Miss Mildred James will be maid of honor. Her dress will be green point d’esprit. Miss Eleanor Marie Milan and Miss Ethel Maurene Mi lan, sisters of the bride, will wear gowns of taffeta, fashioned Princess style. Miss Eleanor Milan will wear yellow and Miss Ethel Milan will wear orchid. Little Miss Erma Max ine Milan, flower girl, will wear pink organdie, trimmed with baby blue ribbons. Harold Cumberworth will be best man. Roland Calbert and Walter Newby will be ushers. The bride, who will enter with her father, will wear ivory satin, fash ioned Princess style, the full skirt touching the floor, am a tulle veil 1 with a cap of Duchess lace, caught at the sides with clusters of orange blossoms. She will wear lace mitts and carry a shower bouque of bri dal roses and lilies of the valley. Following the ceremony, a re ception will be held at the home of the bride’s parents. The bride's j table will be centered with a wed ding cake encircled with a wreath < of smilax and sweet peas. The dining room will be lighted by ca thedral candles. To Take Motor Trip Mrs. Milan will receive in pink chiffon, and Mrs. Calbert will wear green. The couple will leave on a motor trip, the bride traveling in a green crepe ensemble, with beige ac cessories. They will be at home after July 1 at 101 North Main street. ?•' Out-of-town guests who will at tend the wedding are: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Natton, Evansville; Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Stimson, Mrs. R. D. Richards and Miss Helen Bush of Milan and Mrs. Le Roy Bush of Ypsiianti, Mich. CARD PARTIES Magnolia circle. No. 4, will enter tain with a benefit card party Fri day at 2 p. m. in Redmen’s hall. Morris and Lee streets. June circle. Holy Cross Society, will give card parties at 2:30 and 8:30 Thursday at Holy Cross hall. 1417 East Ohio street. Division 2, L. A. A. O. H. will entertain Friday night with a card party in Parlor D. at the Denison. Mrs. Nick Heiab is chairman. Camellia lodge No. . 121, Ladies' Society, B. of L. F. and E.. will give a card party in the hall, 116 East Maryland street, at 8:30 Thursday. Euchre and bunco will be played. ARMY COUPLE HONOR GUESTS AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. James C. Oliver en tertained Captain and Mrs. J. Polk Gammon of Ft. Benjamin Harrison Tuesday at dinner at their home. 6208 College avenue. Captain and Mrs. Gammon leave July 1 for Ft. Benning. Ga. Following the dinner, the Olives | received ; formally. Guests includ i ed Mr. and Mrs. John W. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. T. Hal Plummer, Mr. and Mrs. J. B Collins. Miss Vir- I ginia Cay lor. Lieutenant C D. W. Graham and Lieutenant A. D. Reid. Give Basket Picnic Fayette Club members will en tertain with a basket picnic at Brookside park at 11 Thursday morning. Former residents of ; Fayette county are invited to at | tend. Honor 0. E. S. Officers Beech Grove chapter, No. 465, Order of Eastern Star, will enter tain officers of the Indiana Grand chapter Tuesday night with a din ner at the Methodist church. The affair will be held at 6. Initiation in the Ea&em Star will follow. Mrs. Helen Johnson, the bride's sister, will be her matron of honor. She will wear pale green chiffon and will carry Talisman ro6es. Wilbur Hessong will be his broth er’s best man. The bride, who will be given in marriage by her father, will wear white bridal satin, made princess style, and a tulle veil with a close fitting cap, caught with orange blos soms. She will carry a shower bou quet of bride’s roses and lilies of the valley. There will be a reception follow ing the ceremony. The bride's table will be centered with a three tiered wedding cake on a plateau of white flowers and will be lighted by white tapers. The couple will leave on a short motor trip, and will be at home after July 1, at 1313 West Thirty-fifth street. decorated with baskets of daisies and delphinium and lighted by ca thedral candles. William Kline, organist, played a program of bridal airs while the guests were assembling, and at the offertory of the mass, Elmer Steffln sang Gounod’s “Ave Marla.” At the communion he sang “Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life.” Sister Is Attendant Miss Helen Frey, the bride's sis ter, was her, only attendant. She wore a gown of Lucerne blue chiffon with hairbraid hat and slippers of the same shade. She carried pink roses. John P. Cavanaugh was his brother’s best man. The bride wore ivory bridal satin, fashioned on Princess lines and com bined with De Venise lace. Her Spanish lace veil was the one which she wore at an audience with the pope, and she carried a shower bouquet of Sweetheart roses and lilies of the valley. Her strand of pearls was the gift of the bride groom. A breakfast was held at the Ma rott following the ceremony. Mrs. Frey received in a gown of blue chiffon. Her corsage was of lilies of the valley and orchids. Go on Motor Trip The bride's table was centered with a wedding cake on a mound of roses and delphinium, and light ed by white tapers in silver holders. Mr. and Mrs. Cavanaugh have gone on a motor trip through the east, the bride traveling in a blue crepe ensemble, with matching ac cessories. They will be at home after Aug. 1 at 5828 East Washing ton street. Mrs. Cavanaugh was graduated from Butler universitty. Mr. Cava naugh is a graduate of Indiana uni versity. Among the out-of-town guests who attended the w'edding are: Mr. and Mrs. David Quinlan, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Moran, Ham mond; Mrs. George Cavanaugh, Mrs. J. B. Harward, Miss Beverly Rose Cavanaugh, Mr. Cavanaugh, Washington, and Miss Mary Moran, Terre Haute. Miss Ewing to Wed Chicagoan Late in August The engagement of Miss Orpha Ewing, executive secretary of Delta Delta Delta in Evanston, 111., to Ralph Applegate, Chicago, was an nounced Tuesday at a party given by Miss Mildred Renn, at her home in Evanston. Mrs. Ewing, formedly of Indian apolis, is the daughter of "Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ewing, 1329 Oliver ave nue. Mr. Applegate is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Applegate, Carmel. The wedding will take place Aug. 30. at 4 o’clock, at the Westmin ster Presbyterian church. Miss Ewing will return to Indianapolis Aug. 15. The bride-elect is a graduate of Butler university, where she was a member of Delta Delta Delta soror ity. BRIDAL PAIR LEAVES ON TRIP TO NORTH Marriage of Miss Emma Marie Huebschman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Huebschman, 4313 Eng lish avenue, to Vaughn Chapman, son of Mrs. Estella Chapman, 30 North Grant street, took place at 2:30 this afternoon at the home of the Rev. George Kehl, 585 Middle drive, Woodruff Place. Only members of the immediate families attended. The bride, who was unattended wore a pink chiffon frock, with pink velvet jacket, white stitched crepe hat and white slip pers. She wore a corsage of pink rose buds and lilies of the valley. Immediately following the cere mony Mr. and Mrs. Chapman left for a motor trip through northern Indiana and Ohio. The bride trav eled in a black and white ensemble with matching accessories. They will be at home at 4313 English ave nue after July 2. LUNCHEON-BRIDGE IS HELD BY SORORITY Mrs. Franklin S. Reynolds en tertained members of the Indianap olis associate chapter of Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority with lunch eon and bridge at her country home near Cambridge City today. Mrs. Harry G. Leslie was honor guest. She is a member of Tri Kappa sorority at Montmorenci. Mrs. Reynolds is one of the foun ders of the local associate chapter. Mrs. Fred Rahn, president; Mrs. William Teeters, Mrs. J. C. Hedges and Ms. W. L. Bailey acted as as sistant hostesses. Announce Junior Dance Avalon Country Club has sent out announcements for the junior dance which will be held Wednesday, June 25, at 8:30. The committee offers as an inducement "red hot’’ music by the Regans orchestra, special entertainment features, plenty of “eats" and lots of 4un. A THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES Entertains for Shower With Bridge Miss Hilda Griffith entertained this afternoon at her home with a 1 o'clock luncheon-bridge party and lingerie shower in honor of Miss Josephine Brown, whose marriage to Harold E. Wright will take place Saturday afternoon. The luncheon tables were lighted with green tapers, tied with bows of orchid tulle and clusters of lay ender flowers. The shower gifts were arranged on the dining room table, which had a centerpiece of roses and la’/ender flowers. The hostess was assisted by her mother, Mrs. Howard Thomas Griffith. Miss Griffith's guests were Mrs. Lewis Brown, mother of the bride elect, Mrs. Harry Wright, Mrs. Cam eron Moag, Misses Gertrude Brown, Elizabeth Preston, Mary Mills, Helen Beasley, Mary Eleanor Davis, Agnes Davis, Elizabeth Hodges, Valencia Meng, Marian Power, Mar tha Batchlor, Helen Louise Langs don and Loretta Kittle. Miss Meng and Miss Hodges en tertained Tuesday night at the Meng home, 4458 College avenue, with a bridge party and miscellaneous shower for Miss Brown. The house was decorated with baskets of garden flowers. The hostesses were assisted by their mothers, Mrs. A. S. Meng and Mrs. Curtis Hodges. Their guests were Mesdames Brown, Henry De Vaney, S. B. Van Arsdale, Lester Ford, Misses Brown, Griffith, Power, Eleanor Moran, Batchelor, Mary Jane Morris, Har rison. Mills, Preston, Mildred Jack son, Margaret Gabriel, Kittle and Beasley. Patterns PATTERN ORDER BLANK Pattern Department, Indianapolis Times, Indianapolis, Ind. Enclosed find 15 cents for which send Pat- 7Q 7 tern No. K) 1 V I Size Street City - Name State P A STYLISH DESIGN 6797. Youthfully smart is the model here pictured. Waist and skirt portions feature slip curves, with “up in the front” movement. The fitted skirt portions - e length ened by gathered flounce sections. The V of the neck is outlined by a narrow collar in shawl outline. A capelet is added. The sleeve is close fitting. A narrow belt conceals the joining of the waist to the skirt. Blue silk crepe with white coin dots is pic tured here with facings on collar, also belt and pipings in white crepe. This model is also attractive for shantung and georgette. Cut in five sizes: 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42 inches bust measure. A 38- inch size requires 4 yards of 39- inch material. For contrasting ma terial % yard is required, cut cross wise. Price 15 cents. Send 12 cents in silver or stam)>s for our up-to-date spring and sum mer 1930 book of fashions. MRS. MILLARD SHIREY GUEST AT PARTY Miss Louise Schwler, Miss Hilda Ludgin and Miss Helen Kreber will entertain tonight at the home of Miss Schwler, 1137 Evison street, in honor of Mrs. Millard Shirey. Miss Nina Baas and Miss Mary Nardo will give a musical program. Guests will be Mesdames Harry King, Albert Casse, Thomas Drake, Samuel Pollock. Neil Kershaw, Har old Fitch, Cecil Shadday, Joseph Hostetler, Misses Alice Shaw, Agnes Schultz, Phoebe Fields, Faye Mc- Calmut and Amanda Schultz. Society to Meet Federated Patriotic Society allied with the Grand Army *of the Re public will hold its regular monthly meeting at 7:45 Wednesday at Ft. Friendly, 512 North Illinois street. Reports of the convention at Wa bash will be read and committees for the annual picnic to be given for all Union soldiers of Marion county will be appointed. Mrs. Lulu HarUog will preside. t - \ ' "v - , Wives Can Be Big Help in Business BY MARTHA LEE. Just what part does a wife play in the successful business career of her husband? Is the part she plays important to his venture, or is she merely a liability? Successful and unsuccessful hus bands ask themselves and others those questions. The successful ones doubt the influence their wives have had in making them success ful or praise her for what she has done, depending largely on the men. The unsuccessful ones often find it very easy to place their failures at the doors of wives who never have tried to help them along. Wives do have a lot to do with making their husbands successful. Too many wives are stingy with the praise and open handed with the ridicule. Nothing could make them break down and say their husbands were clever and smart and good business men but a million dollars in cold cash in their hands. They get more fun seeing him wriggle by telling him about the smart business deal Mr. Jones pulled last w 7 eek than they do out of see ing their own mates made happy by a little word of praise when he tells some small stunt he pulled him self. That sort of thing kills a man’s ambition and desire to get ahead. Meals Play Big Part An unhappy home life, a nagging wife, a poorly managed house do not fire a man with ambition. They do not send him to his job of wrest ing a livelihood in his best form. Even such things as well balanced and cooked meals can have a lot to do with a man’s success. The prize drag on a man’s suc cess is a wife who can’t keep up with his stride. Too often an im portant job carries with it social obligations that must be carried through in good form. And a wife who can not meet the test has enough influence very often to pre vent her husband from getting the job he has worked for. Dear Miss Lee: This is a strange story to tell, and you will probably think me disloyal to feel the way I do, but I must have help, if there is any to get. When I married X was quite young and awfully poor. But I was ambitious. The business I was in had plenty of oppor tunities for a young fellow to get ahead if he applied himself. And I did. I had a natural aptitude for the business, and had been working from the bottom rung of the ladder since I was a kid. My wife was fine. She helped me save and scrimp in the lean years, and all the time I was gathering new knowledge and meeting new people she was at home taking care of the youngsters. Children Only Interest In a few years I had gone pretty far, and we had lots of things that we had considered luxuries in the old. days. I wanted my wife to read good books, go to lectures and entertainments that would help her mentally, but she was to wrapped up in the children. Anyway, here’s the story. I kept going ahead. I got more important position. Several times it was necessary for us to entertain, and the affairs always were horrible flops, because she didn’t know how to do things, and resented my sug gestions that made it seem as though I knew more than she did. She said I might in business, but she would run her own home. It was-almost as bad when we went out. She couldn’t keep up a conversation with other wives, because she knew nothing but the children and her home. She has begun to feel as though I no tice the difference between herself and other men’s wives (which I do). and as a consquence. it has made it almost im possible for me to help her as much as I can. In Line for Job This may sound silly, but I know I am in line for a big job that I will not get unless things are different. Is there any way I can impress her with the import ance of her learning these things with out hurting her feelings? B. M. Some times it is easier for a woman to stand shoulder to shoul der with a man in failure than in success. Your wife was so fine when you were poor. She was such a help. It was through her unselfish ness and good management that you got your start in the first place. Your wife resents your success. She resents the way you have grown away from her. If you can make her realize how much she is respon sible for your success, you can kindle pride in her heart that will make her want to keep up with you. You see, the way things are now, she feels unnecessary in both your life and success. Get her to ask you to help her. She will if you give her enough praise for how much she has meant to you all of these years. PITTSBURGH MAN IS COLLEGE SPEAKER A series of lectures on “An Ac tivity Program for the Elementary School” are being presented by Dr. James H. Tippett, professor of ele mentary education at the University of Pittsburgh, and director of the community school, Pittsburgh, at Teachers’ college every morning this week at 9:30. Dr. Tippett is one of the best known authorities on elementary education and is author of several books for children. He is the first of several outstanding educators who will give special courses at Teachers’ college during the sum mer session which opened Monday, Mrs. Alice Corbin Sies, president of the college, has announced. Dr. Tippett also is conducting classes in the afternoon. Jackson graded school of the col lege opened for the summer term Monday, with Miss Belle Lockridge, teacher in the Indianapolis public schools and former supervisor at Gary, as supervisor. MRS. INNIS GUEST OF HONOR AT TEA Mrs. Nathan Swaim, 1125 West Thirty-sixth street, entertaii*-* Tuesday afternoon with a silver offering tea at her home for the auxiliary of the Indianapolis poet No. 4, American Legion. Hie tea was in honor of Mrs. Ruth Innis, a candidate for depart ment secretary of the American Legion. She is president cf the local unit. Mrs. Swaim and Mrs. ; Innis received the guests, with Mrs. I Harry K. Green, chairman of the tea. Sorority to Meet Alpha chapter. Omega Phi Tau sorority, will meet at Bi3o tonight at the Chamber of Commerce build* ing, *■ BRIDE IN RITES MONDAY •r3vt.Y : v.;;: Ov'T /^~XrE RPBEra VXX^MODE PARIS, June 18. TELL you something. The new tweeds don’t have that prac tical look about them that tweeds used to have! Maybe you’ve already noticed that, huh? Tweed has be come a lady these days, and hasn’t got that ruddy, robust, just-from the-stable-and-out-for-a-walk - on - the-moors look about her. I’ve told you about the new tweeds for fall—-the so much finer and lighter weight tweed for the dress that exactly matches In every thing except weight, the tweed of the coat? In Faris they sell you English Miss Scheible Is Wedded to C. D. Sehuman The marriage of Miss Thelma Scheible to Chester D. Sehuman took place today at 1:30 at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scheible, 437 North Bradley avenue. The Rev. O. W. Fifer officiated. The ceremony was read before an altar of banked palms and ferns. Miss Lucille Scheible was her sister's only attendant. She wore yellow chiffon and carried yellow roses. Earl Sehuman was his broth er’s best man. The bride wore a gown of pink chiffon, and carried an arm bouquet of pink roses. After an informal reception, Mr. and Mrs. Sehuman left on a wed ding trip. They will be at home after July 1, at 929 North Chester street. Festival to Be Held Friday by Church Groups Musical festival will be given at 8 Friday night in the community hall of the Broadway Methodist Episcopal church, Fall Creek boule vard and Broadway, under the aus pices of the Epworth Leagues of the Indianapolis district. Leading part of the program will be given by the district league or chestra. Other features are' “Two Black Crows,” marimba violin, saw and vocal solos, harmonica duet and trio. Dale Young, formerly organ ist at the Indiana theater, will play the piano and the Old Bethel League will give a one-act comedy, “Fun in a Country Store.” Proceeds will be used to send the orchestra to the Epworth eague In stitute at Rivervale, Ind.. in July. Wesley Lewis, director o' the or chestra, will act as master of cere monies. WOMEN JOURNALISTS INITIATE AT BUTLER Initiation services were held by Butler university chapter, Theta Sigma Phi, national women's jour nalistic sorority at 7 Tuesday morn ing for four Butler students and tw T o honorary members. Students initiated are Misses Dorothy Quick, Frankfort; Miss Honora Gregory, Gosport; Miss Elizabeth Carr and Miss Rosemary Bretzman. Hono rary members are Mrs. Edwin V. O’Neal and Mrs. Beulah Brown Fletcher. The affair was held at Kappa Alpha Theta house under the direction of Miss Ruth Robison, Frankfort, retiring president. A breakfast followed. MISS BALZ HOSTESS FOR BRIDE-ELECT Miss Edna Ealz. 3Q38 East Fall Creek boulevard, enterta ned w.th a iunchecn bridge party this after noon at her home in honor of Miss Rachel Stuart, who will be married soon. The house was decorated with bowls of daisies and delphinium. Twelve guests were entertained. FREE—MARCEL FOB A LIMITED TIME ONLY This ad will entitle any woman to a Iree marcel or finger wave, capably Riven under expert super vision on Monday. Tuesday *nd Wednesday. 9:30 to 5:30 and Mon day and Wednesday evening 6 to 9:30. Avery small charfc tor all otaex treatments. CENTRAL BEACTV COLLEGE Sad Floor Odd Fellow Bide. U. 0432. BE BEAITIFI'L j Mrs. Thomas Mings before her marriage Monday afternoon was Miss Eleanor Gohman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gohman, 747 Terrace avenue. tweeds,- which, you can't get away from it, are the best tweeds in the world! There’s something obscure about that English tweed business —personally, I think they both caught the ideas and the tweeds themselves from Scotland, but I s’pose that’s none of my business. And then next to English tweeds there is of course the Rodier tis sue, some of which is woven into tweed effects. Others are out and out printed tweeds, on a kasha foundation. And you know something else? Enjoy your tweed hat and bag that matches your suit or coat while you may, because this fall this idea is going to be out of favor! a n HOW people flock to the smartest places! We practically dis covered Les Enfant Terribles, when It first opened in the Theater Pigalle and was oh, so chic and quiet—and now it’s become so smart and popular that one can’t dance there any more. Sighing where next, I go there just the same whenever a theater or directing a fashion movie keeps me out until after midnight—and then I have been noticing that the all black and all white costumes which have been smart for so Jong some what are giving way to more spring like printed chiffons. Favor seems divided evenly between the short, chic, wrappy little coats, and the longer and certainly more formal ones in lame or velvet. an tt The tighter the h’p’.ine the more clever the cut of the lin gerie must be, else you spoil it all with wrinkles and bunches and bumps. So you proceed to make your own bloomers or shorts with the Dare leaflet of directions and next to no mate rial. The trick is in cutting the back on the bias. But before you proceed with the cutting, you up and send a two cent stamp to the Dare Depart ment of The Times for the leaf lev, or wherever would you he ir n a Au re voir! ART-NOR BEAUTY SHOPPE . COMPLETE _ \ Permanent Wave Wavti Set FREE It We Shampoo. I 345 MASS. 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R. F. Schneider will read the service. The chancel will be banked with palms and ferns. A basket of summer flowers will be placed on either side of the pulpit. Mrs. Fred Ketner will sing “At Dawning,” and "Bridal Dawn.” Dur ing the ceremony the organist will play “To a Wild Rose.” Mrs. Gilbert Wise, sister of the bridegroom, will be matron of honor. She wdl wear a pink organdie frock, made with a fitted bodice and long full three-tiered skirt. The rack at the back will be a low U shape, with a bow of pink, green and blue satin ribbon, with streamers to the floor. She will carry pink rosebuds. Mrs. Ben Blackwell, aunt of the bride, and Miss Justine Tinsley, her sister, will be bridesmaids. They will wear frocks made like the ma tron of honor. Miss Tinsley’s will be blue and Mrs. Blackwell’s green. Miss Rosalyn Wise, flower girl, will wear white net over pink and carry a basket of rose petals. Rich ard Pierce, ring bearer, will wear a white satin suit and carry the rings on a white satin pillow. Fred O’Mara will be his brother's best man and ushers will be Robert Gambold, Harold Pierce, Gilbert Wise and Glenn Packard. The bride, who will be given in marriage by her father, will wear white satin trimmed with Duchess lace. The V neck at the back has a bow with streamers to the floor. Her lace and tulle veile will be caught cap shape with clusters of orange blossoms. She will carry a shower of Bride’s roses and lilies of the valley; A reception at the church will follow the ceremony. The bridal table will be centered witn a tiered cake, festooned with smilax and roses. After a motor trip through the east, the couple will be at home in Indianapolis. Showa Iters to Entertain With Bridge Party ' Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Showalter. 75 Hawthorne lane, will entertain with a bridge party at their homo tonight in honor of the first wed ding anniversary of their daughter, Mrs. Arthur Anderson, and Mr. An derson. The house will be decorated with baskets of pink and white garden flowers. Favors will be wrist cor sages of roses and delphinium. At serving time the table will be cen tered with a miniature bridal party and lighted with white tapers tied with white tulle. Guests will include Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffman. Misses Ruth Jones, Mary Lou Clark, Margaret Mitchell, Alma Domeroese, Edwin Anderson, Lloyd Tucker, Francis Beach and Richard Wolf red. Art Directors to Meet Board of directors of the Indi ana Federation of Art Clubs will meet in L. S. Ayres auditorium at 10:30 Monday morning. Mrs. John A. Allee, Greencastle, president, w It preside. Chaptn Meeting Slated Alpha Tau chapter, Alpha Beta sorority, will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Edwin Sinker, 243 North Randolph street.