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Film Frolic
Proceeds to
Go to Poor
Motion picture frolic sponsored by
exchange men and exhibitors will
be given next Saturday at midnight
at the Palace, Indiana, and Lyric
Proceeds of the entertainment will
go to the relief of the unemployed j
through the Chamber of Commerce \
relief committee. The project is na
tion-wide, every city co-operating
with the industry.
All woman’s organizations in the j
city have been asked to assist and !
Mrs. David Ross has been named !
chairman of the woman's division.
B. V. Sturdevant is general chair- j
man of the project, assisted by Man- ;
ning Marcus, ticket chairman. Mr.
Marcus’ committee includes Mrs. E.
L. Burnett, chairman of the woman's
division; Mrs. H. C. Bertrand, Mrs.
Wolf Sussman and Mrs. George
Other Committees Named
Other committees of the woman’s
division are:
Publicity. Mrs. Fred H. Knodel. hostesses, j
Mrs. Frederick Balz, chairman; Mrs.
Frank Symmes and Mrs. Theodore Wag
ner: chaperones for ballrooms, Mrs. Thomas
Demmerly, chairman; Mrs. George M.
Cornelius, Mrs. Charles Fields and Mrs.
Charles Miller.
Ticket holders may go to one or |
all the theaters and both ballrooms !
on the night of the special show. I
Entertainment will include special '
short reels and vaudeville acts.
Special meeting was held Friday
morning at which time Sturdevant,
Marcus and Herbert Snoke of the
Chamber of Commerce spoke.
Mass Meeting Scheduled
Plans were started for the distri
bution and selling of tickets which
will be sold through all clubs and at !
a down town headquarters to be
established Monday at 22 East
Washington street.
Mass meeting Is scheduled for 10
Monday at the Indiana ballroom for
committee chairmen and members
and which club women interested
in the project are invited to attend.
Representatives of the following
clubs were at the meeting Friday:
Riley Cheer Guild, Mrs. Warren Harrell;
Sunnyslde Guild, Mrs. William Freund,
Seventh District Federation of Clubs, Mrs.
Frederick G. Balz; Indianapolis Council of
Women, Mrs. Frank Symmes; Woman's
Department Club, Mrs. Clayton Ridge, and
W. O. N. R. D. A., Mrs. W. H. Holmes.
Book Reviews
Will Be Heard
by Arts Group
Fine arts study group of the
American Association of University
Women will meet at 10 Friday at
the Rauh memorial library. Mrs.
John Mellett, the study leader, will
review “Jenny Lind,” by Wagen
knecht, and “The Wild Orchard,”
by Sigrid Undset. This is the last
meeting of the group this month.
International relations group will
meet at 3:30 Monday at the home
of the study chairman, Mrs. A. E.
Rocke, 5262 Kenwood avenue. Mrs.
O. M. Helmer will lead the discus
sion on the Japanese-Chinese ques
tion. Any one interested in the
subject is invited to attend.
Formation of the school attend
ance and child labor law study
group is taking place this month,
under the supervision of Mrs. A. B.
Carlisle. Those interested in join
ing may communite with her.
Tudor Seniors
to Give Dance
in Gymnasium
Seniors at, Tudor Hall will hold
their annual dance at 9 tonight in i
the gymnasium of the school, which
will be decorated for the occasion i
with yellow chrysanthemums and i
fall leaves.
Patronesses will be Miss I. Hilda
Stewart, Miss Hazel D. McKee and I
Mrs. Rudolph C. Aufderheide, who
will receive with Miss Joan Aufder
heide, president of the senior class
and Miss Estelle Burpee, social sec
Committee in charge of arrange
ments, headed by Miss Burpee, in
cludes Miss Diana Dietz, Miss Esther ;
Jane Throckmorton and Miss Mona ;
■Woman’s Department Club of
Municipal Gardens will hold a guest
day program Monday, Nbv. 23. Mrs.
J. F. Edwards will give a costume
recital, “Candle Lighting Time.”
The minuet in her program will
be given by the following members
of the club: Mesdames T. A.
Brothers,•William Burcham, O. H.
Burgess, Roscic Conkle, Raymond
Jenkins. Elmer Kiefer. Theodore
PetranofT. and Robert Price. Mrs.
W. H. Hodgson and Mrs. Fred Kep
ner will sing.
Hostesses for the guest day pro
gram are Mrs. Kepner, Mrs. A. E.
Shirley and Mrs. Raymond Davis.
Woman's Faculty Club of Butler
university will meet at 3 Wednesday
in the recreation room at Jordan
Memorial hall. Dr. Tolbert Reavis
will speak on "Origin and Develop
ment of Our Social Patterns,” fol
lowing the business meeting.
Hostesses for the afternoon will
Include Mesdames Henry Lane
Bruner, Hersel W. Hudson, James H.
Peeling, A. C. Garnet, Misses
Corrine Welling and Gladys Banes.
Francis Biraud of the romance
league department of Indiana uni
versity, will speak on present day
political problems in France, at the
dinner meeting of the Alliance
Francaise at 6:30 Tuesday at the
The program will begin a 8, and
the speaker will bp guest of honor
at the preceding dinner. He came
to this country in 1930, spending his
first year as instructor of French
at Bowdoin college. Maine. He was
born in Poitiers, France, and is a
graduate of Pottiers university, one
of the oldest colleges in France. He
also studied at the Sorbonne, Paris.
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Os interest to Indianapolis so
ciety is the announcement of the
engagement of Miss Ineva Reilly
(center), daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Peter C. Reilly, 3134 North
Meridian street, to Erwin F.
Meyer, Boulder, Colo. The date
for the wedding has not *been
Central Music
Department to
Offer Recital
Students of Indiana Central col- :
lege music department will present j
a recital at 8 Tuesday in the college
auditorium at University Heights.
The program will include:
Vocal numbers by Misses Virginia Aeppll,
Harriet Krause, Marcelle Smith, Caroline
Wolff, Leone Gatwood, Arnold Elzey, Wil
liam Hardlnand Roy Fownall, students of
Mrs. Jane Johnson Burroughs; piano solos j
by Misses Virginia Bachtel, Vesta Jack- i
son. Dona Hall pnd Maxine Keller; a two
plano number by Misses Lois MaKelfresh
and Grace Adams; piano quartet by Miss
Dona Hall, Miss Wilma Kreamer, Margaret
Meyer and Hazel Williams, all students of
Miss Grace Hutchings; vocal numbers by
Robert Wellbaum, Miss Mary Hoth and
Miss Kreamer, students of Mrs. Ethel Gil
liatt; violin numbers by Misses Irma
Chambers and Katheryn Kurtz, and a
cello solo by Mary Brunenmiller, students
of William H. Fox.
Steinhart trio—Miss Olive Kiler,
violinist: Miss Yuba Wilhite, cellist,
and Mrs. Marguerite Baihle-Stein
hart, pianist, will give a concert Fri
day night at the college.
Miss Josephine Wilhite, accordion,
xylophone and dulcimer soloist, will
be assisting artist with the Marott
hotel trio in the Sunday night mu
sicale which will be held in the
marble ballroom of the hotel from
8:45 till 10. Miss Wilhite’s first
group of numbers will be for the
accordion, the second for the xylo
phone, and the third for the dul
Solos also will be given by Miss
Maude Custer, violinist, and Miss
Consuelo Couchman, cellist. The pro
gram will close with selections from
“The Bohemian Girl.” The pro
Ensemble—From A Minor Trio Cade
Moderato, Andantino. Allegro.
Accordion-- ~..
Quartette from 'Rieolette ..•••Yerdl
"Spanish Tango” Villoldo
Miss Wilhite.
Vi "Larghetto” Weber-Krelsler
“Serenata Slav" Smvakowsky
Miss Custer.
Xvlophone— _ ,
"Goln' Home” Dvorak
“Let Me Call You Sweetheart’;...
Miss Wilhite.
Cello—“ Serenade to the Moon'
Miss Couchman.
—lntermission —
Dulcimer — , _ .
"Song of the Volga Boatman* Cady
“Hungarian Dance" iNo. 6i Brahms
Miss Wilhite.
Finale—Selection from "The Bohemian
Lambda Alpha Lambda sorority,
formerly Gamma Delta Alpha soror
ity, will hold a wiener roast at Riv
ers Edge at 8 Saturday night. Miss
Lucille Krueger is reservations
chairman, assisted by Misses Evelyn
Campbell, Dorothy Spaulding and
Margaret Donahue.
Business meeting will be held at
i the Antlers Monday night.
A bazar-chicken dinner will be
| held Tuesday by the Girls’ Friendly
Society of Christ Episcopal church
, in the parish house.
Miss Velma Runyan Is general
! chairman. Chairmen of booths are
j Miss Virginia Watwood, fancy work;
Mrs. Jane Macey, handkerchiefs;
i Miss Thelma Gray, fish pond, and
Miss Alba Rogers, candy. Miss Au
gusta Heberlin will arrange decora
! tions.
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roeder,
Lima* 0., announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Miss
Elaine Roeder, to Donald T. Haw
kins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
V. Hawkins, 2626 Bellefontaine
street, lacjianapolis.
made known. (Photo by Photo
Marriage of Miss Lucile Wood
(left), daughter of Mrs. Edward
E. Wood, to Kenneth A. Grimes,
took place at Tabernacle Presby
terian church this morning. Both
Zeta Tau Alpha Patronesses
to Be Honored at Dinner
Mrs. Christopher B. Coleman and
Mrs. E. Vernon Hahn, newly chosen
patronesses of Zeta Tau Alpha so
rority at Butler university, will be
entertained at dinner Monday night
at the chapter house, 329 Hampton
drive. Miss Mabel F. Arbuthnot,
faculty ally, also will be a guest.
Miss Arbuthnot, professor of Latin
at Butler, recently was selected to
act as faculty advisor to the group
for the coming year. Mrs. Coleman
and Mrs. Hahn also were chosen
from among prominent Indianapo
lis women to act in an advisory
Mrs. A. J. Huber, former patron
ess; Mrs. Eva Beck, house mother,
and Mrs. Elizabeth Vestal, alumni
advisor, will be guests.
The house will be decorated with
Shriners’ Wives to Be Feted
With Card Party at Temple
Wives of Shriners of the Murat
Temple will be entertained at the
first card party of the season at
2:30 Thursday afternoon in the so
cial room. Arrangements are in
charge of a committee composed of:
Mrs. Charles L. Buschmann. chairman;
Mesdames Fred C. Krauss, Edgar Hart,
Clifford E. Cox. W. H. Bockstahler, Clyde
E. Titus, Frank W. Lichtenberg, Glen J.
Bookwalter, Homer L. Cook, John Goll,
H. M. Tebay, Fred McNeele.v. Bert Gadd,
Orville Crooke, and Russell Thompson.
Phi Beta Phi Alumnae Plan
Civic Theater Presentation
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Miss Dorotha Weaver
In her lectures this week before
the International Travel Study
Club, Inc., Mrs. Samuel R. Artman
will have for her subject “Fernan
dez—A Visit to Robinson Crusoe’s
Island.” This is one of Mrs. Art
man’s most interesting lectures on
South America.
Te-aro-ah chapter will meet at
1:30 Monday with Mrs. H. R. Riggs,
42 North Oakland avenue. Re
sponses will be short quotations on
Thanksgiving. A paper on “Nitrate”
will be read by Mrs. Edward Chap
man. Mrs. Paul Porter will play a
piapo solo.
Jenny Lind chapter will meet at
the home of Mrs. R. G. Moore, 47
South Euclid avenue, at 7:30 Mon
day. Mrs. George Nagle was elected
president at the last meeting. Fran
ces Jane Leonard, a student of Mrs.
Glen Kingham, will give a group of
Arcadian chapter will be enter
tained with a 12:30 luncheon Tues
day at the home of Mrs. C. S.
Bowen, 5207 North New Jersey
street. Mrs. F. R. Law and Mrs.
E. G. Garske will be assisting host
esses. Mrs. Roy Huggins will read
a paper on current events and re
sponses 'will be relative to Mrs. Art
man’s lecture. Mrs. A. T. SLerow
was a guest at the October meeting.
Sierre Morena chapter will meet
at '6 Tuesday at the Lumley tea
room, 1540 North Meridian street.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Charles Par
ker Jr. and Miss Charlotte Yule.
Dinner and bridge will precede Mrs.
Artman’s lecture*
Elizabethan chapter will meet
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Frank Wurtzler, 1024 West Thirty
sixth street. The hostess will be
assisted by Mrs. Lilling Markley.
Refreshments will be served at 1:30.
Responses will be quotations on
Chile. Mrs. Alvin E. Barkes, Mrs.
Mary Doolittle and Mrs. Theodore
Baker have been received as new
members. Mrs. Ruth Evans will be
a guest. At the October meeting,
the bride and bridegroom are
former students of Butler univer
sity. (Photo by Dexheimer.)
Marriage of two other former
Butler university students is an
nounced. Miss Betty Jane Em
mett (right), and Ralph Gery
were married in Colfax, the home
of the bridegroom’s parents, Nov.
1. Mrs. Gery was a member of
Pi Beta Phi sorority and Gery of
Sigma Chi.
fall flowers and bouquets of yellow
and white chrysanthemums will
form centerpieces for the tables.
Corsages of yellow and white roses
will be presented the house guests.
During dinner, Dale Young, pi
anist, will play and Miss Geraldine
Kuntz and Miss Virginia Lett will
Miss Eleanor Ford, general chair
man, is being assisted by Miss Ger
aldine Huntz, Panoria Apostol and
Loujeap Gullett. Members of the
active and pledge chapters will act
as hostesses.
Mothers’ club of the sorority will
hold a business meeting, preceded
by a covered dish luncheon Tuesday
at the chapter house. Mrs. Leon
ard Bagnoli and Mrs. John Postma
will act as hostesses.
Contract and auction bridge, 500
and euchre will be included in
games to be played. There will be
other entertainment features and
tea will be served.
Murat entertainment committee,
E. E. Temperly, chairman, who will
assist with details, announces that
other entertainments are being
planned for the season.
Indiana Gamma Alumnae of Pi
Beta Phi will present “That Fergu
son Family,” as ita second annual
production, Dec. 4 and 5, at the
Civic theater. Mrs. Albert Mueller,
president, has announced that Nor
man Green again will direct the
Following committees have been
appointed under Mrs, Norman
Green, general chairman:
Ushers—Miss Dorotha Weaver, chairman.
Mrs. Betty Puett. Misses Mary Lou Man
non, Jean Yates. Mabel Espey, Evelyn Mc-
Dermit. Martha Lou Schoener. Helen Wevl.
Anna Bess Snodgrass. Ann Walters. Anna
Marie Dungan. Marjorie Goble and Cather
ine Murdock.
Advertising —Miss Beatrice Burgan.
chairman: Mesdames Edward Kirkpatrick,
Robert Mannfeld. H. C. Gemmer, Misses
Hilda Lou Carroll and Lois Jackson.
Candy—Miss Alberta Alexander, chair
man: Mrs. Ralph Gery, Misses Ruth Omel
vena and Ruth Landers.
Manuscript—Miss Martha Hawkins.
Patrons—Miss Marjorie Goble, chairman:
Mesdames E. E. Temperly. ciaude Con
nor. Misses Marjorie Okes. Nadine Cook.
Marguerite Ulen. Ruth Landers and Dor
othv Screes.
Poster—Miss Constance Forsyth, chair
man: Miss Lois Sherrill.
Printing—Mrs. F. Noble Ropke, chair
Properties—Miss Margaret Kennenback,
chairman: Miss Catherine Murdock.
Tickets —Miss Elizabeth Ohr. chairman;
Medames Walter Hiser. Robert Fitzgerald
Betty Puett. Mis'-s Annette Hedges and
Charlotte Comstock.
Dr. Maude Jones spoke on Edison
and his memory was honored by a
minute of prayer.
Blue Nile chapter will meet at
10:45 Wednesday at the home of
Mrs; G. W. Farrington, 137 Berkley
road. Mrs. J. L. Cahow will assist
the hostess. Following Mrs. Art
man’s lecture, a 12 o’clock luncheon
will be served. The afternoon pro
gram will consist of a paper by
Mrs. F, N. Hooker, on “The Physical
Characteristics of China,” and there
will be short talks on “Rivers of
China” and “The Gobi Desert.”
Norwegian chapter will hold its
meeting at 12:30 Thursday at the
home of 'Mrs. H. B. McKee, 3531
Guilford avenue. Assisting the host
ess wil lbe Mrs, J. J. Heider and
Mrs. R. G. Null.
Valencian chapter will meet at 8
Thursday with Mrs. Thomas J. Sed
wick, 302 West Maple road. Assist
ing hostesses will be Mrs. Paul Ayers
and Miss Rose Brandlein. Mrs.
Minton Wingate was recently elect
ed delegate to the federation and
Mrs. Charles Sellers was appointed
membership chairman. Following
Mrs. Artman’s lecture, Mrs. Wingate
will have charge of the social hour
and Mrs. Lillian Sedwick will read
“Our First Thanksgiving.” Mrs. L.
John Carlisle will be a guest of the
Victorian chapter will meet at the
home of Mrs. Will R. Muncie, 638
Birch street, at 2:30 Friday. Mrs.
Harry Bair will assist the hostess.
Responses on Chile will be read by
each member. The names of Mrs.
John Brown, Mrs. Chester Clegg and
Mrs. Henry Lane will be presented
for membership. Mrs. Clegg and
Mrs. Lane will be guests at this
Lohengrin chapter business meet
ing and lecturer will be with Miss
Lucy Daily, 4814 East New York
street, at Bp. m. Friday. This chap
ter recently entertained with a
bridge and bunco party at the home
of the president, Miss Kalah Lar
in an.
Lucile Wood
Is Bride of
Ex-City Man
Marriage of Miss Lucile Wood,
daughter of Mrs. Edward E. Wood,
3454 East Fall Creek Parkway, North
Drive, to Kenneth A. Grimes, Mor- j
gantown. W. Va., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Claude A. Grimes, Indian
apolis, was solemnized at 11:30 this
morning in the chapel at the Tab
ernacle Presbyterian church.
The Rev. J. Ambrose Dunkle per
formed the ceremony in the prese
ence of only the immediate families.
There were no attendants.
The bride wore a gown of wine
satin with elbow length cape of j
matching velvet. Her velvet turban,
and other accessories matched the
dress, and she carried an arm bou- 1
quet of button chrysanthemums and
Talisman roses.
An informal reception for close
friends of the couple followed, at j
the home of the bride’s mother.
Autumn flowers were used in deco
Mrs. Wood received in a gown of
black, with shoulder corsage of
Mr. and Mrs. Grimes have left for j
Morgantown, where they will make
their home at 145 High street. The
bride wore a traveling frock of
Hunter's green flat crepe, with ac
cessories to match, with coat of
camel’s hair and skunk.
Both the bride and bridegroom
attended Butler university.
Auxiliary Will
Sponsor Third
Benefit Party
Ladies’ auxiliary to Frank T.
Strayer post, Veterans of Foreign.
Wars, will hold its third annual en- j
tertainment at 8:15 at the Severin i
roof garden.
Proceeds from the ticket sale will
be used for relief work, according
to Mrs. Ralph Canter, president.
Entertainment committee includes
Mrs. James Ryan, treasurer, and
Miss Hilda Wolf, secretary.
Concert program has been
arranged by Mrs. Ivah Johnson
Wagner, soprano, assisted by Miss
Victoria Montani, harpist; Miss
Sarah Olinger, violinist; Miss
Frances Wishard, pisyiist, and Brom
ley House, baritone.
Central M. E.
Church Women
to Stage Fete
Women of the general circles of
Central Avenue Methodist Episco
pal church will hold the annual fall
festival at the church Wednesday.
Booths have been prepared where
food and novelties will be sold
throughout the day. Continuous
entertainment, including music,
playlets and a Thanksgiving pag
eant, directed by Miss Carolyn
Thompson, will be held during the
evening. A turkey dinner is sched
uled for 6:30.
Mrs. R. T. Ramsay, president of
General Circles, will be assisted by:
Mrs. T G. Crsiwford. general chairman-
Mrs. J - Hoffman, publicity chairman 1
and Mesdames E. B. Winsted. E. E Hill’
Harry Plummer. L. R. Cartwright r
Wiltzie ME. Burkhart & F. *So angler’
J. W. Nobie. F. A. Matthews. T. E. Tim
merman. A. R. Hoffman. F. L. Roberts
Kate Conder. Miss Fav Stringer. Emma
Buschmann and Martha Sparks, group
Mrs. Edward Jacobs, national
president of Hadassah, will be guest
of the Indianapolis chapter at 2:15
Monday, Nov. 23, at Kirshbaum
Mrs. Jacobs was one of the or
ganizers of Hadassah and has been
active in the work for the last nine
teen years. She will address the
Monday night, Mrs. Jacobs will
be the guest of Junior Hadassah
a.nd Indianapolis Zionist district.
Men’s Brotherhood of Meridian
Heights Presbyterian church will
have a program of “talkies” at the
meeting at 6:30 Wednesday at the
The pictures will show how the
teletype is used in business; how
pictures are sent by wire; how ra
dio is sent to airplanes, and a num
ber of interesting facts about the
photo cell. A turkey dinner will be
The church choir, directed by
Charles E. Alwes, will give a sacred
concert Monday night, Nov. 23. This
| will be the first of a series of con
| certs to be held on the following
I dates: Jan. 13, March 9, and May 20.
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Mrs. Henry Kornblum
Before her marriage Nov. 1,
Mrs. Henry Kornblum was Miss
Margaret Gehrdts, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Gehrdts,
964 Bradbury avenue. The couple
will live in Evansville.
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Mrs. Louis Ludlow Will Be
Feted by Democratic Women
Washington township women’s
Democratic organization will honor
Mrs. Louis Ludlow at tea from 3 to
5 Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Charles A. Edwards, 4156 North Me
ridian street.
Mrs. Samuel Ralston will preside,
and special guests will include Mrs.
Thomas R. Marshall, Mrs. John W.
Kern,.Mrs. Evans Woolen, Mrs. Carl
E. Wood, Miss Mary Sullivan. Miss
Faye Terrill and Mrs. James Riggs,
Sullivan, national committee wom
en for Indiana; Mrs. A. P. Flynn.
Logansport, vice-chairman of the
Colemans to Give Reception
for Mutual Service Group
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Coleman
will entertain members of the Mu
tual Service Association tonight at
a reception at the Proyplaeum.
Mrs. Demarchus Brown will speak
on interesting experiences during
her travels abroad. Mayor Reginald
Sullivan also will speak.
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman, with whom
Miss Fannie C. Graeter, president
Mrs. Kadel to Be Hostess at
Sigma Alpha lota Meeting
Mrs. George Kadel, 5131 Washing
ton boulevard, will be hostess at 8
Wednesday night at a meeting of
Zeta chapter, Sigma Alpha lota, na
tional professional musical sorority.
The year’s study of the opera will
be continued, and a musical pro
gram will include operatic compo
sitions of Mozart, Beethoven, and
Rossini. Miss Clara Catherine Meek
;■ v ; V Ey . .
Mrs. Chester Ridge
Mrs. Albert Mueller Is chairman
for the St. Agnes Academy
Alumnae Association meeting at 8
Wednesday night at the academy.
The business session will be fol
lowed by bridge.
Mrs. Mueller will be assisted by
the following committees: Prizes,
Miss Mary Frances Boyle; tallies,
Mrs. Chester Ridge; tables and
cards, Miss Rosemary Rocap;
serving. Miss Mildred Briggs, Mary
Agnes Finneran, Rosemary Dwy
er, and Ruth Fink.
Tau Kappa Tau Mothers’ Club
will entertain members and friends
with a bridge party at 2 Tuesday
at the Antlers. Mrs. Edwin A. Hunt,
President, is general chairman.
Members of her committee are Mes
dames Nick D. Hatzis, Charles A.
Leeds. Harriet F. Given, M. L. Wil
son, Marion Eppert, William A.
Shideler and Miss Frances Scherrer,
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. Hunt or Mrs. Given.
Initial meeting of the business
branch, Indianapolis section of Na
tional Council of Jewish Women,
will meet at 8:15 Monday at Kirsh
baum Community Center.
Mrs. Louis Wolf, chairman of the
local council and Mrs. Arthur R.
Robinson who just has returned
from a trip to the Orient, will be
speakers. A musical program and
social hour will follow.
Chapter to Hold Session
Gamma chapter Sigma Delta so
rority, will meet Monday at the
Strong business, stenographic, secre
tarial and accounting courses: individ
ual instruction in major subjects, large
faculty of specialists in their respective
lines. Free Employment Service. Fred
W. Case. Principal
Pennsylvania and Vermont, First Door
Ncrtb X. W, C. A., Indianapolis, lad.
who has
been visiting
her sister,
Mrs. Edward
J. Elliott, '
Mr. Elliott,
3672 East
Fall Creek
has returned
to her home
in Forest
Hills Garden,
L. I. Her
Mrs. Phillip
L. Maury,
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Democratic committee, Miss Em
ma May, president of the Indiana
Women’s Democratic Club, and Mrs.
H. Earl Peters, Ft. Wayne.
Committee in charge of the occa
sion includes:
Mesdames John E. Hollett, John Mellett.
D. L. Chambers. C. M. Clayton. J. J.
Argus, Walter Myers. B. F. LeMond. A. J.
Clark. Fred W, Shideler, Thomas Cooper.
H. W. Otto, William S. Ankenbrock. Fred
Buskirk. Thomas Kelly, Herbert Weaver,
John Price. Edward Earl, and Miss
Gertrude McHugh. Mrs. Olive Beldon
Lewis is vice-chairman for the township.
Democratic women and their
friends are invited.
of the association will receive, will
be assisted by life members of the
organization, Mrs. Charles E. Coffin,
Mrs. James E. Cunning and Mrs.
Samuel Lewis Shank. Mrs. Cole
man also is a life member.
The Mutual Service Association
maintains a Mutual Service Foun
dation offering a loan fund to busi
ness women.
will speak on “Opera at the Close
of the Classical Period.”
Mrs. Harold Arnholter has ar
ranged the following program:
Piano—“ Don Giovanni” Mozart
Miss Gertrude Whelan.
Vocal—Operatic selections Mozart
Piano—“ Fidelio” Beethoven
Misses Ruth Gant and Inez Lloyd.
Vocal —Selection from “The Barber of
Seville” Rossini
Miss Eugenia Magidson.
Guest artists will be Miss Mary
Margaret Beeson and Sam Sims.
Memorial services for Miss Hazel
Ritchey, national president of
Sigma Alpha lota, will be held by
Zeta chapter at 4 Sunday afternoon,
Nov. 22, at the Meridian Heights
Presbyterian church. Other chap
ters throughout the country will
hold services at the same hour.
Women’s Research Club will hold
a guest day program at 2:30 Mon
day at the Third Christian church.
Miss Ethel Mills, Chicago, will speak
on “England From Unfrequented
Bways and Lanes.”
Mrs. James M. Dugan, president,
will preside. Hostesses are mem
bers of the program and social com
Mesdames R. O. Alexander. Edmund D.
Clark, James Preston Smith, L. H.
Millikan. Alvin T. Coate, A. M. Oloss
brenner, Wymond J. Beckett. J. W. Noble.
D. S. Menasco, F. L. Roberts. W. C. Ha.rt
inger. and Miss Elizabeth Smith.
Pi Omegas to Meet
Pi Omega sorority will hold a so
cial-pledge meeting Wednesday at
the home of its president, Miss Mary
McGinley, 943 North Oxford street.
Misses Grace Gabriel, Frances
Lewis, Patricia, Margaret and Ann
McGinley are pledges.
Dollars, Too, Can Be Lazy
Celtic Savings &
Loan Assn.
Music Event
to Be Given
a t Institute
New members of Indianapolis
Matinee Musicale will give the
November program at 3 Friday at
the John Herron Art Institute. An
informal tea will follow the pro
gram, which will include the fol
lowing numbers:
Piano —
'The Lark” ... .Balakirow-Glinka
"N’achfalter Valse" Srrauss-Tausig
Miss Jeanette Harris. *
' The Shepherdess” ..Dormot MacM irrough
"Japanese Lullaby” C. V. Stanford
"The Child and the Twilight”
C. Hubert H Parry
"My Heart Is Singing Like a Bird”
■ ■ C. Hubert H Parry
Miss Anne Speers, accompanied by
Mrs. Frank Edenharter.
"Aria-Corrente” ...Jean Baptiste De Lully
“Ziguener-Weisen” Saracat#
Miss Marion Chaplin, accompanied
by Miss Dorothv Chaplin.
"Nebbie” Reanlehl
"Mandoline'’ .. Debussy
"Aux Portes de Sevilla” ...Fourdrain
"Night in the Desert” Kofi
"Love Went a-riding" Bridies
Miss Christine R. Michel, ac
companied by Mrs. Berta Miller
Choral section will entertain
members and guests with a 6:30
dinner Wednesday at the Food
Craft shop, followed by a musical
program arranged by Mrs. Carl
Switzer. It will include instrumen
tal numbers by the Concert trio
composed of Violet Albers, violinist:
Miss Mary Lohrman. cellist, and
Miss Ramona Wilson, pianist. Lou
ise Purcel Powell will dance.
The program follows:
" Allegro” from “Havdn trio No. * ’*
Andante Sostenuto" from trio in F
Major’* Burritl
Voice—“ The Crv of Raphael”'!!!!. Falter
Mrs. William J. Ooorv. contralto.
Reading—Biblical interpretation of
Mrs. Edgar Ellsworth.
“ Album Blatt” W.’erer
“Little Bee” Schubert
Miss Olive Kiler.
“ Prelude In C Sharp Milor”
“In an Irish Jauntinf Car”.. .Whitfield
Mr. G T. Pyd*.
Voice—“ Norse Songs” Lohr
Elmer Steffen, baritone.
Dance ensemble.
Mrs. S. K. Rulek, Miss Mable Leive and
Miss Helen Shepard will be accompanists.
Benefit Bridge
Will Be Given
by Sorority
Indianapolis Alumnae chapter of
Zeta Tau Alpha sorority will hold a
benefit bridge party Thursday at
the Antlers. A similar event is held
annually for the house building
fund of the Butler university
Mrs. Robert Fennell, general
chairman, is being assisted by the
following committees:
Prizes, Mesdames Herbert Pedlow, chair
man: M. G. Young. Richard Lennox and
Hans Jacobsen: tickets. Miss Edna Gar
wood, chairman: Mesdames Grace Houck,
Janet Curolay, Misses Florence Talbot and
Delma Vestal; arrangements. Miss Jean
Vestal, chairman, and Mrs. S. J. Clark;
candy and special prizes, Miss Louiso
Kerr, chairman: Mrs. I. J. Sours, Mlsse*
Esther Renfrew, Evelyn Henschen and
Helen Million.
Day Nursery’s
Dinner Will Be
Delayed a Day
Indianapolis Day Nursery will
hold its annual dinner for mothers
of the children cared for at the
nursery Wednesday, instead of
Tuesday as previously announced.
Mrs. R. A. Dennis, chairman of
the board of managers, has an
nounced the following program to
follow dinner; songs by Mrs. Charles
A. Breece and Vaughan Cornish,
readings by Miss Betty Lang, Mrs.
Barbara Schmidt Wilson and Ed
ward O. Snethan and accordion
solos by Hershell Brittenback.
Mrs. Wilson conducts the Chil
dren’s Playtime Club of WFBM and
is a teacher of dramatic art. Mrs.
Breece and Mrs. Wilson will be ac
companied by Mrs. M. Mae Schmidt.
Selects Bible Subject
“The Woman Who Forgot God."
will be the third of the series of
Bible lessons being conducted by
Mrs. C. J. Buchanan for the Mar
ott Woman’s Bible class from 10
to 11 Tuesday mornings. The study
subject is, “Women of the Old
Testament,” and will cover a ten
week period.
Dollars like people can be lazy . . .
they can hang the burden of earning
entirely upon you.
Either you or your dollars must
work. Both rather than you alone.
Make every payday a “Save Day”
here at Celtic where your dollars
will work for you just as hard as
you work for them.
Money so invested has not only
earned a good return but has en
abled thousands of Indianapolis men
and women to build, remodel or pur
chase homes.
For Over 57 Years We Have Paid
Dividends Compounded Semi-Annually
No Entrance Fees! No Paid Solicitors!
NOV. 14, 1931

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