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OCT. 18, 1930-
Gity Jewish Group Will Give Dance Fail social season of the Jewish Community Center Association will open with an oki-fashloned barn dance Sunday night, Nov. 2, at the Klrshbaum center. Among the novelty features will be an old-time dance contest in which Adrian Reiter and Officer Patrick McCarthy will appear as a preliminary attraction. Miss Evelyn Hahn Is chairman of the entertain ment committee, assisted by the following: Dr. and Mr*. Philip Falender. Mr*. Bert GoMberK. Mrs. H. V. Kobin. Mr*. Samuel Hahn. Mr*. David Ro*enber*. Mr*. Jacob Solomon. Mrs. Milton Sternberxer. Mrs. Jacob Wei**. Ml*s Heltn Marer. Mias Lena Pentth. Miss Ida Koor. Miss Lillian Rosen thal. Miss Dorothy Schlessinaer, Mi*s Esther Arnold. Clarence Budd. John Zfrormson. Max Einttandla. Albert Farb. 'William Kahn. Leonard Levi, Oscar Levin. ■Walter Lichtenstein. Adrian Reiter, Wll- Uan*Bchloa*. Morri* Strau**. Carl Lichten stein. Allan Kahn and Mark Frank. Chick Myers and his orchestra will play the program of dances. The hall will be decorated with autumn leaves and com stalks. Another feature of the dance will be an har monica contest, open to all. Pro ceeds will go to the Klrshbaum Center and the Communal building, both of which the J. C. C. A. op erator. Pledges Will Be Honored at Alumnae Party Indianapolis Alumnae Association of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority will give a Halloween bridge party Friday night at the chapter house, 329 Hampton drive, in honor of the new pledges of Alpha Delta chapter. Miss Margaret Hohl is chairman of the committee, assisted by Mrs. Robert Fennell, Miss Edna Garwood and Miss Margaret Kluger. Pledges are Misses Ethel Merrick, Marie Shaner, Katherine Nitter house, Martha Heller, Marylou Metsker, Indianapolis; Mariana Williams. Oxford. Ind.; Marie George, Portville, Ind., and Eliza beth Forsythe, Noblesville. Alumnae are asked to attend and make reservations with Miss Hohl., Ri. 5788. Girl Scout News Date for the older girls first meet ing. a Halloween party, sponsored by the office staff, has been changed from Thursday. Oct. 30 to Tuesday night Oct. 28 at Camp Dellwood. All high school girls or older girls are invited. Reservations will not be aeepted later than Oct. 25. Girls who were invested during the past week are: Alice Murphy, Mry Murphy. Mar? Jane Ruffin, troop 5: Gertrude Nichol*. Betty Harts. Lol* Marl* Hunt. Rosemary Moore. .Jane Llnaburry. troop 34: Martha Demlc, troop 38. Patrol leaders who Just have been elected in Troop 31 are: Jean Grumme. Star patrol: June ter. Silver Fox patrol; Iris Boyd. Wise Owl patrol; Mary Lou Womack. A. B. C. patrol, and Jeanne St. Pierre. Other girls holding offices were Muriel Tlrzway. Kath erine Davis, Patricia Taggart and Jane Ferguson. Troops that have started meet ings are Troops 2,3, 5,7, 8,9, 10, 11. 12, 13, 22, 23, 24. 25. 26, 27, 28, 30, 31. 32. 33, 34. 35, 36, 37. 38, 39, 42, 43, 46. 48, 49, 50. Some meet ing days have been changed, mak ing it advisable to call the office for information. Leaders’ training class conducted by Miss Jean Adamson will have its second meeting at the Girl Scout headquarters, 512 Board of Trade building, at 10 Monday. At the monthly meeting of the Leaders’ Association, officers were elected as follows: Mrs. M. C. Rutledge, president: Mrs. Mabel Fouty. vice-president: Mrs. C. D. Ferrlne. re-elected secretary-treasurer, and Mr*. Henry Ballman Jr., re-elected coun cil representative. New candidates who have been reported are: Judith Turman. Elolse Foreman. Anna C. Stewart. Margaret Lee Ruddell. Kather ine Lewi*. Lots Foreman. Jane Korttger. Mary Porter. Jane Renard. troop 31; Louise Kllnge. Irene Perry. Janie Tray. Estelle Cohen. Betty Claire Bange, Jeanette Schwarts. Betty Macy. Erdene Saehrism. Luella Belle Johnson. Dorothy Ball, troop 22; Vlneo Perry, troop 42: Mary C. Davis. Susan Davis. Mary Helen Haerle. troop 13; Mariana OolUns. Mary Jane Green, Verna TaTman, Alice Byers, troop 39. Patrol 2 of Troop 43, will have a patrol supper at the home of Lou ise Consoer, 402 Harvard place, Oct. 17. Girls who will be present are: Florabelle Crawford. Louise Conscer. Gladys Whitfield. Betty Fuller. Anna May Myers. Sue Aldrich. Ella Hansen and Billy Hansen. Wilma Craig’s patrol will have a supper Oct. 23 at the home ci Dor othy Durham. Frankie Hansen’s patrol will have their supper Oct. 17 at the home of Jane Doner. Announcement so the next court of awards will be made in next wqek’s papers. It will be an open court. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E Whitehill. 4477 North Delaware street, and Mr. and Mrs. George Hilgemeier Jr., 3617 Washington boulevard, are spending the week-end in Chicago. Harry Godwin, Lima. 0., formerly of Indianapolis, is spending the week-end here visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Mess, 6237 Central avenue, have returned from the opening of the International Art exhibit at Pittsburgh, Pa., and will leave Sunday for Brown county. Mrs. A. F. Tennant, 3733 Northern avenue, and Mrs. Charlotte Smock, 1210 Spruce street, are motoring in Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Perry E. O'Neill. 1040 West Forty-second street, are entertaining with a week-end party at their summer home at Lake Maxinkuckee. CARD PARTIES Card parties will be given at Holy Rosary hall. 520 Stevens street. Monday afternoon and night for the benefit of Holy Rosary church. The Rev. Marino Priori who recently re turned from Europe, wIU award the prises. BRIDES-ELECT SET WEDDING DATES ,;'j ,flr ■*^ i^fitt/Htr 1 —Photo by Dexheimer. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Salladay, 375 South Emerson avenue, an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Olive Salladay (left), to Chester L. Downey. The wedding will take place the last of November. CLUBS AND MEETINGS MONDAY Herman C. Walff will have a paper, "The Herd Instinct,” at the meeting of the Indianapolis Liter ary Club at the D. A. R. chapter house. Review Club will meet at the home of Mrs. George O’Connor, 4455 Park avenue. Mrs. T. Harvey Cox will review several articles on “Humanism.” Mrs. Dorothy Good rich will have a paper on “Robbing Youth of Its Religion” (Halliday), and Mrs. Ralph Boozer on "Green Pastures” (Connelly). Mrs. Charles E. Cox, Forty-sixth street and Arlington avenue will be hostess for the Monday Conversa tion Club. Mrs. J. M. Lochhead and Miss Della Dearborn will have papers. Monday afternoon Reading Club will meet with Mrs. John N. Hobbs, 18 East Fortieth street. Mrs. H. M. Phipps will discuss the good will tours of Colonel Lindbergh and President Hobmt and their results. Mrs. J. R. Townsexrv/ have a paper. Mrr. E. E. Padgett, 3648*Norlh Delaware street, will be hostess for President's day of the New Era Club. Fortnightly Study Club will meet at the home of Mrs. James E. Gaul, 6235 North Delaware street. Mrs. William H. Link will discuss the In diana constitution, and Miss Eliza beth Cotton will have a paper, "New International Diplomacy.” Mrs. Lewis P. De Veiling, 3954 Ruckle street will entertain the Sesame Club. Mrs. E. T. Albertson will talk. Vincent C. S. L. C. will meet at the Fletcher American bank. Mrs. C. S. Rhoads and Mrs. J. L. Bloor will have charge of discussion. Mrs.. John R. Craig will talk on "Evolution of the Symphony,” be fore members of the music depart ment of the Woman's Department Club at 2:30. A program of cham ber music will be given by the Ma rott trio. Tea will be served. Mrs. Lena B. Ebert, 3137 Ruckle street, will entertain members of the Carnelian Club with a 12:30 lunch eon at her home. She will be as sisted by Mrs. C. C. Calkins and Mrs. W. W. Harrison, Mrs. Wil liam Engle, president, will preside at the business meeting following. Mrs. Robert Schmutte will enter tain members of the Clarissa Club at her home, 3145 North Illinois street, at 8. TUESDAY Heyl Study Club will meet at the Rauh Memorial library. Mrs. A. M. Alexander and Mrs. George B. El liott will have papers on literature and art. Irvington Chautauqua Club will hold its meeting at the home of Mrs. C. E. Hill, 266 South Audubon road. Program will be given by Mrs. R. E. Kramer and Mrs. A. R. Liv erett. Fortnightly Literary Club will meet at the Propylaeum. Frances Hershey Moore's paper will be “A New Woman of Yesterday” and the one of Edith Hull Luten will be “A New Harmony Diary.” Mrs. Glenn Pell, 4810 Central ave nue, will be hostess for the Alpha Eta Latreian Club. Mrs. Mary Rose Himlor will speak on “Authors of Note.” Mrs. George D. Thornton, 7s North Audubon road, will entertain the Irvington Home Study Club Mrs. Guy Cudder will talk. Mrs. R. F_ Denny, 3834 Graceland avenue, will entertain the members of the Independent Social Club. Mrs. Herschell M. Tebay. 2358 North Delaware street, will enter tain members of the Dulcet Club with a luncheon bridge. Luncheon will be served at 12:30. Mrs. George L. Attkisson will assist the hostess, Writers' Club will meet at 8 at Y. W, C. A. Members may bring guests. Mrs. Arthur S. Meng will be speaker, a musical program will be given by Miss Virginia Hitchcock, pianist. WEDNESDAY Zetathea Club will meet with Mrs. Joseph Wright, 2246 Ashland avenue. Mrs. Gertrude Hoch and Mrs. Russell Sigler will have papers on "Colonial Dames.” Mrs. William Burcham will en tertain the Wednesday Afternoon Club at her home, 2006 West Michigan street. Mrs. Paul Ameter is in chi ge of music. Mrs. B. F. Entwhistle will talk. Inter Nos Club will be enter tained by Mrs. Milo Stuart, 4535 Park avenue. Mrs. Frank L. Fisher will review "Charlotte Bronte” (Dlmnet). / American home department jf the Woman’s Department Club m sponsoring a 6 o’clock dinner for delegates to the state convention of Indiana Federation of Clubs. Dr. Josephine Pierce, Lima, 0., will be speak*. Home Economics Club will meet at 2 at the home of Mrs. Paul T. Hurt, 4151 North Pennsylvania street. Mrs. George R. Popp will talk on "Coffee and Tea.’* Mrs. H. W. Van Natta is in charge of the surprise. Answer to roll call will be "My Hobby ” Mrs. G. J. Book waiter. Mrs. E. J. Young and Mrs. J. P. Tretton will assist the hostess. ; / fIASMART CLOTHES ON EASY CREDIT | —Photo by Ayres. The marriage of Miss Helen Mary Semensky f center) daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Semensky, 1457 Union street, to Raymond A. Kessler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Kessler, will take up lace Thanksgiving day. Members and guests of the Chil dren’s Sunshine Club of Sunnysidc will be entertained with a Halloween luncheon bridge party at the Cyn thia Bell tearoom. Ephamar Club will have a lunch T eon at 12:30 at the Lumley tearoom. Mrs. A. S. Brown and Mrs. Lloyd Kirk will assist Mrs. George J. Kamphouse, hostess. Woman's auxiliary to the Railway Mail Association will hold a dinner at 6:30 at Pennsylvania gym fol lowed by a Halloween party. THURSDAY Indiana polls Business and Profes sional Women’s club will meet at the Woman’s Department club at 6:15. Mrs. Leonidas Smith will have a paper, "Hoosier Artists.” Musical program will be given by Mrs. Ruth Devin, soprano. Forum is in charge of the finance committee. Ladies Federal club will have a Halloween party at the Brookside park community house. The com mittee includes Mesdames C. T. Trueman. R. F. Hammond, C. H. Tuttle and J. F. Matthews. Mrs. W. M. Sommers, 424 East Forty-ninth street, will be hostess for the Thursday Lyceum club. Mrs. Harry Plummer will review “Caverns of Sunset” (Haworth). North Side Study club will meet at the home of Mrs, Frederick Coons, 2627 Broadway, for a Hal loween party. The entertainment committee includes Mesdames Dan Brown Jr., E. W. Cowley, C. W. Stevenson and L. B. Sackett. SATURDAY Magazine Club will meet at* the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Elizabeth Black more, dressed in Eskimo costume, will talk on “My Life in Baffin Land.” Mrs. Edmund Ludlow has charge of the musical program. Each member may bring two guests. Butler Alumnae Literary Club will meet with Miss Dorothy Forsyth, 15 South Emerson avenue. Mrs. Ro berta V. Brewer and Miss Mildred Quill will review current fiction. NEWS OF CAMP FIRE GIRLS Wawasai group held a guest hike Oct. 4 to Millersville, where mem bers served dinner. Mrs. Carl An derson, guardian, accompanied the girls, A Halloween party and play was discussed by Tawasiya group Oct. 7 at the home of Margaret Heagy. Mrs. Mary Heagy is guardian. Glenn Purnell. Boy Scout, demonstrated knot-tying. Otyokwa group. Mrs. Heagy guar dian. celebrated birthdays of Jean Fonda and Janet Swearingen with a spread Monday night at Miss Fon da’s home. Business meeting fol lowed the party. Members dis cussed ways of winning honors. Joan Fau and Blanche Cornell were guests, Erma Kramer was elected presi dent of the new group at School 58. under the leadership of Mrs. Emil Kramer. Other officers are: Secre tary, Elnora Scudder; treasurer, Marjorie Scudder, and scribe, Janet Hill. Tayusada group did work for the Needlework guild at the last meet ing. Miss Mary Marshall is guar dian. Song practice and discussion of a Halloween party was held at a meeting of Wapemeo group of which Mary Marshall is guardian. "Gagots,” monthly paper, was edited in October by Witawentin group under the direction of Miss Ethelmae Miller. Miss Helen Nich ols, executive secretary, has an nounced anew plan for publishing of the paper. Scribe representatives from each group will publish edi- CITY BRIDE RETURNS FROM-HONEYMOON Before her marriage Oct. 11. Mrs. Jesse Mont gomery was Miss Doro thy Kruse, daughter of Mrs. Paul line Kruse, 737 East Morris street. The couple spent their honey moon In Chicago. —Photo by Platt. Bp #^B| .' ' ' Mrs. Montgomery M A Good Place to BatihP Marion County State Bank 139 Fast Mark** Street , THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES —Photo by Dexheimer. Engagement of Miss June Geis endorff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frei Geisendorff, 1337 Nordyke avenue, to George M. Loucks, hes been announced. The wedding will take place Nov. 19. Music Section of Club Will Hear Address Mrs. John Robert Craig will talk on the "Development of the Sym phony” at the opening meeting of the music department of the Wom an’s Department Club at 2:30 Mon day. She also will read an original ode, “A Tribute to Music.” Miss Maude Custer, violinist; Miss Hilda Burrichter, pianist, and Miss Consuelo Couchman, cellist, mem bers of the Marott trio, will present the following program of chamber music: “Trio in G Major” Morart Allegro. Andante. Allegretto. “Trfo in D Minor’.... Mendelssohn Molto-Allegro. Andante con moto. Scherzo. Finale-Allegro vivace. Mrs. Frank McCaslin, hostess chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. Frank Walker, Mrs. Robert Bryce, Mrs. Harry C. Wood, Mrs. Bloom field H. Moore, and Mrs. G. M. Waters at the tea following the pro gram. Mrs. George Bowman is chairman of the miisic department. BECAME BRIDE IN RITES ON OCT, 11 Before her marriage last Satur day, Mrs. Al fred L. Hale was Miss Thelma Ann Schmidt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt, 2916 East North street. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hale, Muncie. —Phot, by PUtt. . —■■ Mrs. Hale tions under the direction of an ad visor. Miss Hazel Stotler, has been ap pointed assitsant guardian for Opeechee group at Madison-avenue library. Members are working on' their needlework guild project. A hike and outdoor supper was held Thursday by the new group at School 73 under the leadership of Miss Velma Jones. Kicicinyan group, School 35, will hold a hike Thursday. They will meet at 10 at the school. Means of making useful gifts to be distributed to charity organizations were discussed by the group at School 22 Monday. Several hikes were planned for November and song practice was held. - Wthe FLETCHER AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK with which it affiliated FLETCHER AMERICAN COMPANY Conference Arranged by Vote League Mrs. J. H. Rosenthiel, Chicago, fourth regional director of National League of Women Voters, will be the principal speaker at the northern Indiana organization conference of the league. - Meeting will be held at the league clubhouse in Elkhart Oct. 29. Mem bers of Michigan City, Gary, Valpa raiso. South Bend, Jasper county and Ft. Wayne leagues have been invited to attend. Mrs. Charles N. Tee tor, Hagers town, state president, will preside. Other members of the state league who will participate in the meeting are Mrs. George Keagy, ’Hagers town. chairman of the education committee, and Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Peru, director of the eleventh dis trict of the league. A similar con ference will be held in southern In diana later In the year. Purpose of the conference Is to work out uniform methods of finance and organization and to pool ex perience of the various leagues re garding educational projects, study groups, open meetings and legisla tive projects. Speakers’ bureau of the Indianapolis league on the con stitutional convention referendum has made engagements for the fol lowing persons next week: Mrs. S. N. Ccir.pbell. who will conduct a citizenship cits* at Elkhart Oct. 20; Mrs. Ralph E. Carter. Y. W. C. A.. Tuesday night; Mrs. Walter S. Gretnough and Miss Florence Kerlln. Peru, Wednes day: Mrs. B. C. Bills. Mlaslonary society *t Garfield Baptist church. Oct. SO: Miss Klrlin, Business and Professional Women’s Club, Connersvllle, Tuesday night. INTERNATIONAL STUDY CLUB CALENDAR FOR NEXT WEEK Mrs. Samuel R. Artman will lec ture on “South Africa and Cecil Rhodes Scholarship” before chap ters of the International Travel- Study Club, Inc., next week. MONDAY Te-aro-ah chapter will be enter tained at the home of Miss Grace Norris, 1512 Brookside parkway, at 1:30. Mrs. R. P. Beverly will be as sisting hostess. Miss Jane Gullett will give a reading in Negro dialect. Mrs. Amy Gullett will read a paper on Cecil Rhodes. Responses to roll call will b facts about Livingstone. Jenny Lind chapter will meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Davis, 1140 North DeQuincy street, at 7:30. Mrs. Glen Kingham will preside. Mrs. George Nickel and Mrs. Paul Davis will read papers on "Dia monds and Jungles in Africa.” Mrs. Eugene Van Sickle will be in charge of the musical program. ...... TUESDAY Arcadian chapter will have, a luncheon at 12:30 at the Home of Mrs. O. O. Johnson, 5159 Park ave nue. Mrs. D. R. Helium and Mrs. H. V. Leonard will assist the hostess. Mrs. H. V. Leonard, Mrs E. G. Garske and Mrs. J. N. Ott, new members, will be initiated. The chapter song, "Arcadians True,” will be sung. Mrs. E. S. Waymire will entertain with readings. WEDNESDAY Mt. Vernon chapter will have as its guests members of its twin chap ter, Colonial Boston, at a Halloween party at the Japanese tearoom, 27 Jenny lane, at 1 o’clock. Mrs. F. M. Weston of the Colonial Boston MISS MARY YOUNG I BRIDE ON OCT, 4 Miss Mary Gladys Y o u n g, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Young, R o a chdale, became the bride of Rob ert J. Rob bins in a cer emony that took place on Oct. 4. The young cou ple are on their honey moon. —Photo by Platt. inf Mrs. Robbins Mrs. Robert Blakeman Will Be Hostess at Musicale and Tea Mrs. Robert Blakeman will be hostess for a musicale and tea at her home, 3848 North Pennsylvania street at 3 Friday, given by mem bers of the student section of the Indianapolis Matinee Musicale. This will be President’s day. Miss Georgi ans Rockwell is in charge of the program. Officers of the student section are: President, Miss Lucille Stewart; vice-president, Mrs. C. Harold Larsh; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Dante Con ner. Committee chairmen are: Tele phone, Mrs. A. A. Deardorff; mem- Miss Belton Will Be Wedded to D. C. Evans at Richmond Marriage of Miss Mary Louise Belton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Belton, 2532 Central ave nue, and D. Claire Evans, son of Mrs. John E. Evans, Richmond, will take place at 4 Sunday afternoon at the First Presbyterian church in Richmond. The service will be read by the Rev. H. W. Augustine before the altar, which will be decorated with standards of white chrysanthemums and lighted by cathedral candles. The chancel will be banked with palms and ferns. Ushers will be Wynne Evans, Richmond, and Robert Evans, Hunt ington, W. Va., brothers of the bridegroom. Herbert Pierce, Rich mond, will be best man Miss Mar garet Evans, cousin of the bride groom, will sing. Miss Mildred Raper, Richmond, will be maid of honor. She will will sing a group of songs, accom panied by Mrs. John Brisentine of the Mt. Vernon chapter. Miss Ber nadette Holsapple will entertain with specialty dances. New mem bers to be received into the Mt. Vernon chapter are Mrs. A. M. Tarr, Mrs. Horace M. Norman and Miss Anna Mae Danner, which will com plete the charter limit of twenty four members. Hostesses are Mrs. Ross Winder, Mrs. Holsapple, Mrs. Brisentine, Mrs. Asa D. Faden, Mrs. Howard Spurgeon and Miss Danner. Mrs. James A. Wilson, president of the Mt. Vernon chapter, will pre side. THURSDAY Alexandrian chapter will meet at 1:30 at the country home of Mrs. George T. Smith, Guion road. Mrs. Clarence Casselman will be initi ated. .Mrs. W. H. Arnold has been appointed membership chairman. Castle Craig chapter will meet at 7:45 at the home of Mrs. Jack Har rison, 4918 West Fifteenth street. Responses will be cifrrent events. New. members of the chapter are Mrs. John Nadolney, Mrs. Ralph Smith, Mrs. A. N. Stevens, Mrs. Brewer Clay, Miss Bess Wilson and Miss Edna, Brower. Miss Mary Brady wijl read a paper on Liv ingstone. FRIDAY Hawaiian chapter will have a covered dish luncheon at 1 at the home of Mrs. J. E. Callahan, 628 East Forty-second street. Mrs. Wil liam E. Murphy will assist the hostess. Mrs. Harry Mann and Mrs. Thomas Lambert will be initiated. Mrs. Fred Reene and Mrs. George Pierce will be guests. Miss Markey Hostess Miss Mary Catherine Markey, 3133 Ruckle street, will be hostess for the regular meeting of Beta Theta Chi sorority at her home at 8 tonight. Mrs. Delano Hostess Indianapolis Past Pocahontas As sociation will meet at 8:30 Monday night at the home of Mrs. Cecil Delano, 2029 Ruckle street. Meeting Arranged? Beta chapter, Omega Phi Tau sorority, will meet at 8 Monday at the Chamber * of Commerce. All members are asked to attend. . Guest Meeting Slated Memebers and guests of Delta Theta Tau sorority will have a social meeting at 8:15 Monday night at the home of Mrs. S. E. Rowe, 4060 Central avenue. Strength, large resources, expe > mmmammmmmmmmmamammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmaMommmmamammßmmmmmmmmm—mmmmmtemmmmmmmmmmwmmmm \ rience and banking prestige have attracted to Fletcher American the largest clientele of commercial depositors enjoyed by any Indiana bank bershlp, executive board: hospitality, Mrs. Roy Pile and publicity, Mrs. Fred H. Knodel. Plans for the year include a guest artist on each program. Dates for the programs during the year are: Nov. 31. Mrs. C. Harold Larch, hostess: Dec. 19. Mrs. A. W. Macy. hostess: Jan. 23. Miss Gertrude Free, hostess; Feb. 13, Mr*. Mary Corman. hostess; March 27. program at the Art Institute; April 17, Mrs. Pile hostess. In May there will be a breakfast, with Mrs. Deardorff as hos tess. During the winter a reciprocity pro gram wilt be given for the Junior section with Mrs. Fred Knodel in charge. wear a gown of pale green and yel low chiffon, yellow slippers and hat and carry yellow roses. The bride, who will be given in marriage by her father, will wear an Ivory satin gown, made princess style, with a deep yoke and long flowing sleeves of real lace. The normal waistline will be marked with a girdle of seed pearls. She will wear a real lace cap, emroidered with seed pearls. She will carry a shower bouquet of roses and or chids. A reception at the Evans home will follow the ceremony. Mrs. Bel ton will wear poudre blue with a shoulder corsage of pink roses. Mrs. Evans will w’ear orchid transparent velvet. The couple will go to Chicago, the bride traveling in a Burgundy red duveteen suit trimmed in Persian lamb. She will wear black acces sories. The couple will be at home at Elmgate Manor, Evanston. Mr. Evans, who is a senior at Northwestern university, is a mem ber of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. Among the Indianapolis folk who will attend are the bride's parents, her sister. Miss Avelyn Belton; her brother, Thomas Belton; Cornelius Belton. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bel ton, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Thomas and Miss Gertrude Torbeck. LUNCHEON MEETING PLANNED BY CLUB Monthly luncheon meeting of the Indiana Woman’s Republican Club will be held at 12:30 Thursday, Oct. 30, at the Columbia Club. Archibald Hall will be the prin cipal speaker. • Nominating com mittee will give its report. Reser vations may be made for luncheon wti Mh rsßK..ryye nh Dg oruat. un with Mrs. Byron K. Daugherty. MARRIED ON OCT. 9 AT CHRIST CHURCH —Photo by Platt. Miss Mil dred Rounds, daughter of Mrs. Emma Rounds, S p ringfield, Mass., be came the bride of W. C o r n i g ht Stephenson, Oct, 9, at a ceremony at Christ church. ■K f MraStephenson We Recommend . La ttttd,S ifcrau** ** fiattl* Riley 4591 Fletcher Assn. Safely Handled. 10 E. Market 6% PAGE 9 ” . Opera Pump Model for Fall Shoes BY FRANCES PAGET, (Copyright. 1930. by Style Source*) NEW YORK. Oct. 18.—The woman who has worn an opera pump all summer, is accustomed to its flattering lines and is going to look for something similar for fall. Asa result, manufacturers are -borrowing the lines of the opera pump for the step-in. strap ahd even for the oxford. The latter model when so de signed is termed ’’demi-oxford” and usually is a one or two eyelet type with the throat cut exactly ltke an opera, continuing this lir-e that terminates in the low sadd/e. Adaptations of Opera Pump The low cut throat of the step-in and one-strap types mark them as definite adaptations of the opera pump line. Shoes must be simple, but not plain, is the consensus of author ities in launching the footwear col lections for fall. In view of the spectator sports type, casual foot wear is being promoted for all day time occasions. In this category, the built ; up leather heel formerly used only-in welt models and now sponsored by turns simulating welts, is an im portant feature. Cuban Heels Used While in the dressy types of foot wear the covered heels are lower, in these leather versions high Cuban heels are introduced in the smart est collections. They are either black to match the black tweeds or stained to match the color of the shoe leather. Calfskin plays an important role for high style footwear of this type. The off-black shades are partic ularly important in dark brown, dark green and dark blue version* BUFFET SUPPER ~IS HELD BY SORORITY Miss Esther Owens entertained members, pledges and guests of Chi Tau Alpha sorroity with a buffet supper at her home. 22 South Irv ington avenue. Wednesday night. Those who attended were: Mesdames Julia Thompson. Lulu Gregg. Misses Emily Coulon. ■ Josephine Mohr, Mildred Hlldebrandt, Betty Hicks. Ollie Lewis Virginia Schev. Lois Reeves, Evelyn Hankins. Mary Haris. Beulah d’Brlen. Dorothy Nugent. Brucie Ridge. Helen Llc per. Viola Schaekel. Mary Fussner. Martha Fussner and Helen O'Brien. SORORITYTgUESTS WILL GO ON HIKE Kappa Delta Theta sorority will entertain tcith a breakfast hike on Sunday morning for members and their guests. Those who will at tend will meet at Sixty-third street and College avenue. They are: -, Mesdames Wilfred Busslne. Lloyd Mil ler. Russell Miller. Glenn Zink, Misses Ruth Rogers, Betty Mclntyre. Mildred Hann, Marian Wilde. Jane De Vault. Helen Bradley. Sue Firth, Virginia Lawsdn, Myrtle McGarry. Helen Pirtle. Florence Schank. Mabel Murrer and Mary Lulptr. Rush Party Is Set ' Phi Theta Gamma sorority will give a wiener roast tonight in Ar nesia park. This is one of a series of rush parties. Miss Mary Johnson is rush captain.