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Concert Is Sponsored by War Mothers . The annual benefit musicale of the Marlon county chapter of American War Mothers will fee given by 8:15 Wednesday at the Woman's Department Club, with the Mary Traub Auscb ensemble as the artist group. For the last ten years the organ ization has sponsored a concert. The ensemble is composed of Miss Mary Rogers, violinist, soprano and whistler; Miss Ruth Noller, pianist; Miss Marcena Campbell, cellist; Miss Dorothy Killion. so prano, and .Mrs. Busch, contralto and director, The program follows; “Ams nrs Entirr Audience Rnd Artist* Bn*emWe— Introduction of Pcrsoneiie. Mary Traub Busch. Eh* Beautiful Blue Danube Waltzes . Strauss Pour Hands at Piano The Desert Sons Selection Romberjj . <) ' Desert Song ' ihi Romance •Cl "One Alone Violin Berceuse ifrom "Joaelyni. . . Godard Mary Rogers, Soprano— • a i The star Rogers •bi "Giamamia ifrom The Fire fly"! Priml Dorothy Killion. The New Moon Selection Romberg , iai "Lo'.er Come Back to Me " •hi "Wanting You. 'ei ".lust One Kiss." Cello Meditation ifrom Thais ‘ Massenet Marcena Campbell. Oontral'o iai Tree" (Whistling Obllgatoi Rasback lb) "Listen to the Mocking Bird Hawthorne Mary Rogers iWhistleri. ict "How s Mv Boy" Homer <dt "His Lul!abv ' Bond Mary Traub Busch Closing Ensemble—' Mv Maryland Romberg iai 'Silver Moon." •b' ' Your Land and Mv Land ' "Star-Spangled Banner Audience and Artists. Kindergarten. Group Holds 50th Election — — f Board members for a term of three years were elected Wednesday at the fiftieth annual meeting of the Indianapolis Free Kindergarten So ciety, held at the office, 824 North Pennsylvania street. Mrs. Charles P. Emerson, president, presided. They are: Mesdames John W. Kern. William H. Insley, Benjamin D. Hitz, William Ray Adams. Henry H. Hornbrook and James E. Rob erts, all of whom were re-elected. The executive board will meet Wednesday for the election of offi cers to complete the society's or ganization. Mrs. Paul H. White, first vice president, reviewed the educational and health programs for the chil dren during the past year. Miss Grace L. Brown, superin tendent, reported that children in the kindergartens have better health records as a result of the program carried on under the direction of Dr. Herman G. Morgan and the department, of public health. Walker Winslow showed pictures of the fiftieth anniversary pageant, held in the open air theater at Gar field park. May 26. 1931. NAOMI AUXILIARY TO PRESENT PLAY Naomi auxiliary will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Hazel James. Mrs. Charlotte Halter, entertain ment chairman, has arranged pres entation of a play, "'The Old Maids' Convention." The Arnold trio, composed of Mrs. Esther Aronld. Miss Ann Hes sell and Miss Evelyn Nelson, will sing. ThOvse in the play are: Mesdames Etta Johnson, Rose Johnson, Ethel Wallace. Charlotte Halter. Mabie Fuller, Bessie Wikoff. Josephine Wishmler, Nettie Betterly and Blanche Pierce. SORORITY GROUP TO HOLD RUSH PARTY Alpha chapter of Sigma Tau Delta sorority will entertain with a rush party Friday night at the home of Miss Bernice Streit, 712 Orange street. Guests will be: Misses Leona Llngcnfelter. Cova Triplett, Clara Triplett, Jessie Hawks, Mary De vfnv, Margaret Clancy, Margaret Cline, Edna Waggoner. Gertrude Yount. Rose mary Cutter, Gertrude McGuire, Kather ine Bockweg and Lucille Patterson. BRIDGE PARTY HELD FOR BRIDE-ELECT Miss Dorothy Anne Rucker enter tained with a luncheon bridge to day at the Columbia Club, honor ing Miss Onie Harris, whose mar riage to Nick Mayer of Little Rock. Ark., will take place Saturday. There were two tables of bridge. PLANS MADE BY ALUMNAE CHAPTER Mrs. Raymond Hiatt of Knights town will be hostess for the Novem ber meeitng of the alumnae chap ter of Alpha Delta Theta sorority. Plans are being made for the foun ders’ day dinner to be held next month. The chapter met Tuesday night at the home of Misses Katherine and Mildred Murphy. Sale of Christmas cards was started. GOLF CLUBSUOLD BUFFET SUPPERS The men's and women's golf clubs of Highland Golf and Coun try Club hold buffet suppers and keno and bridge parties each Sun day night at the clubhouse. Hosts and hostesses for this Sunday’s party are: Doctors and Mrs. W. A. Mcßride and J. William Wr;sht; Messrs, and Msdames L. G. Cummings. L J. Berneta. J. F Dar modv. L L. Banford. William Umphrev Ralph Burdick. Leo McNamara, Mrs Mary Feenev and the Misses Hazel and May Reisner. A Day’s Menu Breakfast — Chilled applesauce., ce real. cream. French toast, syrup, milk, coffee. Luncheon — Cream of celery soup, croutons, broiled lamb chops ifor children"*, lima beans, carrot and pineap ple salad, ginger bread, milk, tea. Dinner — Slice of ham baked in milk, candied sweet pota toes corn on the cob. co j P . ■law, tapioca fruit pud ding. milk, coffee. Best Tune of Year Here for Grand Fixing Up of Dining Room Islerrd chair seats in the Georgian dining room above, on view at ■ f’Y Taylor’s New* York!™ ** * eser's, New York. * V .....iG.*--.,,.. wmimM c§| J . _J Nn i* the time of year when every woman turns her thoughts to the short- „k' i % JIS, T / #jf| I > y . O • •oming< of her v inter quarters and noriders what ran be done about them. In i ; x m ilr L..-< I O/bfl l Vnvi no ase von do not realiz* how much thev can be improved and how reasonably. | m laß lUi C kJ vJ I lVu ihis informal,on has been g.vn in a series of articles on budgeted furnishings for I < „ i’-M ap| 7"T r ■ ■■ ' w S ipartments of which this is the last. j '' 13 • furniture stales. • ■— ” _• xG nin sma-nm The colors of the wall paper are picked up in draperies and up holstered chair seats in the Georgian dining room above, on view at Loeser's, New York. Now i.s the time of year when every woman turns her thoughts to the short coming' of her winter quarters and wonders what can be done about them. In case you do not realize how much they can be improved and how reasonably, this information has been given in a series of articles on budgeted furnishings for apartments of which this is the last. BY ELIZABETH CLARK IF a dining room figures in your scheme of living you would be hard put to it to find a better time to give it a grand fixing up. It is a good year to throw overboard the idea that table, chairs, buffet and companion pieces must 'match,” but if you cling to that tradition at least you can take advantage of the time and splash lively color about. Even in you have only a pint-size nook fucked off the living room a dinelte set with perhaps a Welsh dresser will make of it a secluded place in which to eat and a convenient card room to boot. If there is room in it for an easy chair, so much the better—the man of the house gets a corner to sneak away to with his paper when feminine company proves too much for him. CABARET WILL BE RUSH PARTY MOTIF Sigma Phi sorority will entertain with a cabaret rush party tonight at the home of Mrs. Victor Landis. Entertainment will be provided by Harry Rogers’ dancing class, includ ing specialties by Charlotte Minta and Patty Ann Landis. Guests will be: Mesdames Edith Long. Mildred Menden hall. S. R. Martin and Esther Dotv. and Misses Frances Patterson. Marjorie Mani gold. Dorothv Vaughn. Edna Wrav. Thelma Davenport. Helen Wewce and Maxine Wil liams. Miss Virginia Gardner, chairman, will be assisted by Misses Reba Shaw, Catherine Minta and Marion Reed. Patterns PATTERN ORDER BLANK Pattern Department. Indianapolis Times, Indianapolis. Ind. Enclose find 15 cents for which send Pat- er\ n O tern No. 5 U U O Size Street City State Name |p 5003 ifjtf COAT WITH FLARE FOR FASHION Never were coats as attractive as they are at this season, and the most j popular model of them all is the swagger coat that flares from the shoulders. Here it is in its most spirited version, with the loose, easy lines and smart three-quarter length that Paris insists on. The details, too, are captivat ing—the straight collar that may be worn standing or rolled back, the diagonal welt pockets and the straight sleeves. Rough, hairy tweed in a diagonal weave is the perfect fabric. Size 1(5 requires 2 yards 54-inch ma terial. 2 r, yards 39-inch lining. Pattern No. 5003 is designed for sizes 14 to 42. Price. 15 cents. Have you seen our new Paris Fashion Magazine? It contains styles for women, misses and children, dressmaking . hints and an article on correct j wedding procedure. Price, 10 cents. The two dining rooms photo graphed at the top of the page are Georgian (left) and Chippendale (right) and there is no mixture of furniture styles. But clever use of color has put both of them in a class far removed from their prototypes of long ago. Neutral wall paper splashed with henna flowers and bright green leaves makes a gay background for the mahogany in the Georgian room and henna rep curtains pick up the highlights of the wood. ft tx a THE room as it stands complete is budgeted below, but any clever woman can check off cer tain things for future buying and have a room that cries out for com pany dinner parties. Mahogany dining-room suite $369.00 Mahogany table ... 37.50 Mahogany clock .. 59.50 Candelabrum lamp 42.50 6-pc. candelabrum 29.50 Mirror 55.00 Mirror 35.00 2 covered jars at $24.50 each 49.00 Fruit bowl 6.95 Silver tray 12.50 Coffee set 25.00 2 pr. glass curtains at $2.35 each.. 4.70 2 pr. draperies at $12.50 each 25.00 Lace scarf 1.95 Lace scarf 5.50 j Total $758.60 If you are the type of woman who can live up to more startling back grounds, and still do not want to adopt modernism, the Chippendale room is your meat and you should go take a peek at it. The paneled walls are milk white | except for four built-in corner cup boards which are lined in turquoise blue—a blue as vivid as that in a peacock's tail feathers. The carpet j laid from base to base is exactly the same alive color. In contrast to the mahogany of table, sideboard and china cabinet are the chairs—milk white even to their leather seats. Urns and ac cessories likewise are pure white. The rayon rep draperies have a pinkish cast. a a tt THE effect is especially arresting and can be reproduced after the painters have done their work at the following price, omitting the carpet which is $2.95 a yard. Sideboard $ 95.00 Table 70.00 Serving table 35.00 China cabinet 80.00 Six chairs (S2O eachi 120.00 Mirror 95.00 Lazy Susan 11.50 Sideboard urns i 57.50 eachi........ 15.00 Fruit bowls (51.95 each) 3.90 Artificial fruit 3.86 Corner cabinet accessories 20.30 Draperies i58.95 pair) 17.90 Total $567.46 The third photograph shows what may be done with only a corner to play with. The oak dinette set and Welsh dresser fit in well with early Amer ican or French provincial furniture —the periods most often followed by the woman who has to measure out the space at her command. If there is any room for them you can add an arm chair and a small drop leaf table and lamp for read ing purposes. This room is budgeted complete, even to the silverware and electric gadgets. Dinette set with dresser $ 89.00 Arm chair 39.0n Drop leaf table inot showni 10.00 Lamp 14.50 Flectric clock 34.30 Ship model 10.00 Sudbury rae rug 11.50 Nest of tables 12 50 Rogers silver service 32.75 China 8.95 Electric appliances 21.00 Curtains 2.75 Accessories 13.09 Total $299.54 Plans Birthday Fete Mrs. Fred Lane, 551 South Cen tral court, will give a birthday din ner party tonight in honor of Mr. Lane. Guests will include Messrs, and Mesdames Floyd Payne, Bert Townsend and Carl Menzie. SPECIAL..... For a Limited Time Longer PERMUEIT WAVES Ol'R STANDARD WAVE >;■ syyEngfejp,, $ no Value y jPHHm | any * yI e ytg'JSfi * r<rj ■> inn HQRf .iB&MSir Beautiful and Lasting HOLLYWOOD <PO PA” risH-ip Paris Yif Alvetta Marie Wave, W Wave, $5 THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES An alcove off the living room may be turned in to a secluded dining corner, a convenient cardroom or a place to study, as shown in the room above, decorated by Cowperthwaite & Sons, New York. (MAN NtRW’MCmS] Jordan /w JANE JORDAN encourages all readers to express themselves in letters to this column. Even if you have no particular problem to dis cuss, you're bound to have some opinions. Write your letter now. Dear Jane Jordan—Fear stalks rny life and I know no contentment. Tnere's always that craving hunger, that terrible gnawing fear that something is going to happen to ruin my plans. There is no time for placidness and contentment. Life moves too fast. I'm afraid I'll miss some thing that's just around the corner. I must keep going! You seldom see folks sitting around comfortably waiting, any more. Thev are everlastingly on the go, doing something. If they’re not doing something, then they're raving, worrying and fretting be cause they can't do something. It seems as though life actually has trebled its pace and there's nothing we human being can do about it. We want our pleasures now on earth, while our foreparents lived in that beautiful roseate dream of having their pleasures in the hereafter. I’ve watched oid r timers face obstacles and disappointments with perhaps a ouiver on their lios or a. stray tear, but with th calmness of a judge pronounce IT co Main their faith in the USe Main fulfillment of their ~ hopes Strength to Today we seek to carve our wav out of Win final every situation by ” 1,1 VTUrtl. our own strength. Thus when we find our strength insuf ficient for the task, in desperation we commit our follies and crimes that shock our friends and parents. Peace and contentment are slipping out of our lives. Fear for this, that or the other thing is hung around our necks like a collar. Fear that we can't go. won't win. won’t work, eat or have clothes. Fear of what the neighbors and friends are thinking of us, our home, our cars, etc. This deeD-seated fear is at the root of our impatience, just as the powerhouse lies back of our electric lights. The things we fear are happening to our closest Daily Recipe TURNIPS DE LUXE 3 cups diced turnips 2 tablespoons butter 1 teaspoon mi n ced parsley 1 cup white sauce Cook turnips in boiling water until tender. Salt ten minutes before removing from the fire. Drain and add but ter and lemon juice. Let stand over a very low fire until butter is absorbed. Add parsley and white sauce, mix well and serve very hot. Observe the ‘‘SWEETEST DAYS” of the Year with these • U CANDY and PASTRY m SPECIALS ‘ m?' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BUTTERSCOTCH BRITTLE CAKE 29c SPECIALS pound BUTTER CAKES, Delicious crunchy brittle with choice of PECAN Almonds, Pecans, Cashews. NUT or ORANGE Brazil or Plain. PINEAPPLE ICING COCOANUT KISSES These delightful creamy vanilla Jk Kisses are partly covered in rich Xl Ula dark chocolate. _ 33c RpTiV ROM 13 L I W ■ FRIDAY’S ■w LUNCHEON SPECIAL AT Home Mansur CREAM OF POTATO SOVP mmrn and TINA FISH SANDWICH i 1 1Y Indiana Theater ORANGE OR PINEAPPLE ICE M Buildings. TF.A. COFFEE OR . friends each day; so how long before they strike us? Perhaps I'm wrong, but ask your readers for a view and see. JUST 34. Dear Just 34: A lot of people be lieve that our present civilization resembles the Frankenstein monster. We’va created it, and now it is about to turn and devour us. One trouble with our present system is that we gauge our sucess I by the number of things which we ' own. We want a car, a radio, and j a frigidaire as good as our neigh | bors'. We wouldn't mind the in convenience of going without if no I one else owned anything. When : the other fellow is flush and we are broke, we struggle for equalization. It's not only the real conveniences and pleasures of modern equipment that tempt us, but the thousands of totally unnecessary gidgets and gadgets invented to tempt our ac- Tempted by quisitive instincts. ir; nr i Everything from K,nd musical powder of Gadget, boxes to an elec trical contrivance to open the garage doors has been spread be fore our eyes by super-salesmen in search of personal profit. Bombarded on every side by the ! fear technique in advertising, we are | warned that B O will ruin our | chances for social success; halitosis iwil keep us from getting married; | gray hair will shelve us as people who inspire respect but not romance. We are driven, day in and day out. by the urge to buy, buy, buy, to keep up with our fellows. To buy freely, we must speed up the tempo of earning. With me chanical contrivances constantly re placing the hand in labor, fewer and fewer people are required to do the labor of the world. Which of us will be shoved out by the Franken- Soil Tiller stein monster? Ur.c If we solve the Has problem of food Problem, and shelter b$ re turning to the soil, it still doesn't i solve the problem of the things we crave to own. A profit must be wrested from the soil to enable us to buy the gidgets and gadgets that we want more than ever in an isolated environment. To escape from the pressure of keeping up with the times, we in dulge in pleasures which prevent disturbing thought. Instead of letting down during a vacation Musicale Will Be Given at Art Institute The program for the musicale to be given Friday afternoon by the Indianapolis Matinee Musicale at John Herron Art Institute has been arranged by Mrs. Marie Dawson Morrell and Mrs. Helen Warrum Chappell. The affair is in honor of president's day. A reception will follow. The program will be as follows: "Concerto in A Minor" Vivaldi-Nachez Largo. Allegro. Presto. Mrs. Morrell, violin. "Make Me a Song" Hadley "Mountains" Rasbach "O Mio Babbino Caro" Puccini "In Quelle Trine Morbide' Puccini Mrs. Chaonell. "Variations on Theme of Corelli’.... Tartini-Kreisler "Lecende i Impressions i Godowskv "Lotus Land' Cyril Scott-Kreisler "Vogel Als Prophet" Schuman-Auer "Rondo" Mozart-Kreisler Mrs. Morrell. "On Wing of Songs Through Italy".. Mrs. Chappell. Violin Obligato. Martha Rundell. period, we tour over miles of high ways to see how much speed we can make. The idea of lolling along a dusty road to enjoy the scenery, or of pausing by the wayside to soak up a sunset, is unthinkable. We pre fer the pavement, because we can In Mexico make better time, T i,„ ir although if isn't The - V Just quite clear why Don’t Care, we have to hurry to get where we're going. Stuart Chase compliments Mex ico for it wantlessness. A super salesman would starve in that country, because its inhabitants don’t want anything. You can’t scare them with pink tooth brush, excess avoirdupois, or conversational failure. They don’t care. In a country whose success depends upon mass consumption of mass production, wantlessness would be a disaster. Will anew system of government let down the pressure? Will state capitalism furnish the security which scared humanity craves? I do not know. But these are some of the questions that it would pay you to consider. ' Make a real occasion of Q the pause re^res^tes Ho.plt.lit7 rrosrnm \i \ \ll \ 1 1IM Tmlkn ** ,d ® Bal,e y An * V 1 iy I m Ul\ on home entertaining ' ''' • The How to be the HHiikfPpjS perfect hostess natural flFmg uMßra Toidinthiaiittie partner of Shlf H W i‘ls so many good things to eat THIS afternoon when your friend* drop in, surprise them with ice- ifrjMfArnWsrm _______ __ cold bottled Coca-Cola plus.. . thinly ■ sliced ham and beaten biscuits, | r G . T - . G rnr Dn E melted cheese on toast or any one | "* K H 1 S C®C " u -"j of the many good things you know . THE COCA-COLA CO., how to make. The right drink with ■ 314 North Are, N. W., Atlanta, Gs. the right food is sure to make a I Enclosed find 10* (stamps nr coin to cover east hanpv occasion. . I of handling and mailing) for which send me the ■ book, ~Wktm You Enusrtai’\rj Ida Bailey All cm THE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. " * , * B 1- ■TI ■ HLI r-nm INDIANAPOLIS jg )|||||(W The colorful C hippendale dining room above is on view at Lord & Taylor's, New York. Lecture Series Will Be Given at Propylaeum "Men, Women and Manners of the Eighteenth Century" will be the theme of a series of lectures which Mrs. Demarchus Brown will give at 10:45 Tuesday mornings at the Propylaeum. The first, entitled "‘Leaves From a Summer Notebook,” will be given Tuesday. Dates and subjects for the re maining *talks are as follows: Oct. 25—" Quern Anne and the Georges." Nov. 1— The Novel Under the Georges.” Nov. a-" The Blue Stockings.' ' Nov. 15—"Some Great Politicians." Nov. 22 -"Stage Favorites." Nov. 29—"Empire Builders.” Dec. 6—" Religious and Social Awaken ir<" Dec. 13—" Voltaire, the Liberator. Jan. 3—" Napoleon." Jan. 10— Some Women Napoleon Feared." Jan. 17—"A Study of Goethe's Faust." AMAZINGLY NUTRITIOUS because Puffed Wheat and Rice are SHOT FROM GUNS Think of it! A single dish of Puffed Wheat and Puffed Rice, served with top milk and sugar, gives the same en ergy value as a baked potato or a lamb chop. Such rich And now, in addition, nourishment from such a PuffedGrainshavebeen made crisp dainty cereal! That’s be- twice as crisp .. . twice as cause Puffed Grains are "shot good. Serve these super crisp from guns.” Every food cell .. . richly nourishing cereals broken open. Made com- for breakfast, lunch and pletely digestible. supper. Now “Twice-Crispeii”! Puffed Wheat-Puffed Rice OCT. 13, 1932 Needlework Guild Will Seek Gifts Asa stimulus for contributions to the Needlework Guild during the current campaign, three local de partment stores have arranged booths, suggesting garments appro priate for gifts to the local guild. This program is a part of the na tional publicity week, which opened Monday with Mrs. Truman New berry of Grosse Point?. Mich., speaking. The stores co-operating with the Guild are the L. S. Ayres & Cos., William H. Block Cos. and H. P. Wasson Cos. New Branches Sought Members of the guild who will be stationed at the booths are: Mesdames A. J. Brill. Ray Setout War rail Harrell. A J Humber. F C. Reil.v. Oscar Pond. H O Warren and thr Misses Elizabeth Bcrtcrmann. Fiora Ellen Walters and Alline. Katherine and Marv E'izabeth Driscoll . _ Members of the Alpha Omicron. Alpha sorority who are assisting are: Mesdames J R. Sentnev, R W. Warn shuis. Fletcher Savage. W' IV s P2, nn ' f! \‘" van Bush. William Ayres. Ros Rtcharns Estelle Patridge. L S Cirroil. C.ianes Baldwenn and th Misses Marv Elizabeth Ayres Tatnria Phillips and Ellen Walsh Mrs. R. Hartley Sherwood, presi dent of the local branch, is ad dressing various groups during the week in an effort to organize new branches. Last year fifty new groups were organized throughout the LTmted States during the membership week. Mrs. Thomas J. Preston Jr., na tional president, is broadcasting from Princeton, N. J., in that in terest. 12,500 Garments Is Goal The goal this year is to collect; 12.500 garments to be distributed among the following groups: Alpha home Altenheim. American Set tlement. Board of Child Guardians, Child Hygiene of School. Christ a more House, social service department, of city hospital. Colored Orphans home, day Nursery Asso ciation, division of child hygienre of city board of health. Family Wplfare Society, Flanner House. Florence Crittendon home. Flower Mission. Free Kindergarten. Cole man hospital. Wheeler Citv Mission social service department of public schools. St. fllizahPth home. Rilej hospital. Indianapo lis Home for Aged Women, Indianapolis Orphans home. Jewish Communal House, Little Sisters of the Poor. Maternity So citv. Mayer chapel and Public Health Nursing Association.