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City Couple to Be Wed at Church One of the loveliest weddings of the season will take place at 8:30 tonight at All Saints Episcopal ca thedral when Miss Mary Louise Minnlck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira A. Minnick, 7701 North Penn sylvania street, will become the bride of John Bertermann 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Bertermann, 5981 Washington boulevard. Miss Lally will be maid of honor. The bridesmaids will be the Misses Elizabeth Bertermann, Eliza beth Carter. Mary Adelaide Rhodes, Josephine Reed and Eleanor Lind grin of Detroit and Mrs. William Buckingham Gray of Chicago. The best man will be William Bertermann, twin brother of the bridegroom. Ushers will be C. Willis Adams Jr., Jeremiah L. Cadick, Lawrence Umphries, Addison Howe, Howard Fieber and Paul Martin. A reception will follow the cere mony at the Minnick home, to be decorated with chrysanthemums and tapers. The bride is a member of the Junior League and Civic theater. She Is a graduate of Butler uni versity, Tudor Hall, and attended the Knox School for Girls. Mr. Bertermann attended Indiana uni versity and is a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. Out-of-town guests will be Mrs. J. A. Lindgrin of Detroit; Mrs. Minnie Dudding of Greenfield, aunt of the bridegroom; Miss Ev elyn Betermann of Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Hill of Richmond, and Mr. Gray of Chicago. Mrs. Johnston New Chief of Mothers’ Club New officers and committees of the Alpha Chi Omega Mothers Club of Butler university w r ere an nounced at the November meeting, held Monday at the chapter house, 201 Blue Ridge road. Mrs. M. L. Johnston is president; Mrs. Raymond Hylton, vice-presi dent; Mrs. C. F. Stewart, recording secretary; Mrs. Ralph Varin, corre sponding secretary, and Mrs. Harry Yelch, treasurer. Committees are: Mrs. J P. Karnes, publicity; Mrs. H s p I? Rr ? m; Mesdames H. G. Bradlev' W. G Stay ton. C. C. Cray. E J. nipple - . J. A. Lambert, A. E. Renn. W. C Otto and George Allie, social: Mrs. I. w. Sturgeon wavs and means, assisted bv Mesdames W. C. Richter. C W. Gilkison. S. emit? 1 n i eh p ns i> S' B p reeman. Charles Smith. J. F. Patton. H. M. Pearce. R W Durham. Mrs. Yelch and Mrs Hvlton Founders of the club were hon ored at the meeting. Those who attended were Mrs. Scobey Cun ningham and Mrs. Ralph B. Clark, who gave a talk. Peldges of the active chapter provided a musical program. Card Parties The A. J. B. Club will give a euchre party Thursday night, in the Modern Woodmen’s hall at 1025 Prospect street. Mrs. Ada Barton will be hostess. The Social Club of .St. Patrick’s church will give tcarj parties at 2:30 Friday and at 8:30 Sunday, in the school hall, 946 Prospect street. Mrs. Paul Egglehoff is chairman. Mrs. Alfred Prestel will entertain with a benefit card party for the unemployed at her home 741 East Morris street Thursday afternoon and night. St. Philip Neri Altar Society will give a card party at 8:30 Wednesday at the auditorium. Mrs. Ira Shook will be in charge. Marion Council 738. Security Bene fit Association, will give a euchre and bunco party tonight at its hall, 116 1 2 East Maryland street. The second series of fall card tournaments will be held by the men’s and ladies’ societies of Sacred Heart church at 3 and 8:30 Sunday in the parish hall. South Meridian and Union streets. The commit tee is composed of Mrs. R. a. Mc- Kinney, Miss Christian Rcell and F. Lauck. The November Circle of Holy Cross church will give a card parties in the school hall Thursday after noon and night. The committee in charge includes Mesdames Robert Murphy. Paul Topmiller, Joseph Schoenig. and Miss Julia Shine. MINERVA CLUB TO BE GIVEN REPORTS The Minerva Club will meet today with Mrs. Charles F. McDaniels. 6236 Park avenue. The program wili include a Community Fund talk by Mrs. R. Hartley Sherwood; a report of the recent Indiana Federation of Women’s Clubs convention, by Mrs. M. E. Burkhart; a report on the last meeting of Indianapolis Council of Women, by Mrs. Karl V. Ammer man. and a paper by Mrs. Louis L. Hopkins, on “Indiana's Earliest In habitants.” MRS. FRENCH TO LEAVE FOR PARLEY Mrs. Alice M. French, founder and president of the American War Mothers, will leave tonight for Washington and New York. Mrs. French will attend the national ex ecutive board meeting in Washing ton Friday and Saturday. This will be the first official meet ing at the newly established na tional headquarters. Dance to Be Held The Woman’s Club of Christian park will sponsor a dance in the Community house of the park Sat urda v. A Day’s Menu Breakfast — Canned pineapple, scram bled eggs with bacon, bran muffins, milk, coffee. Luncheon — Baked squash, peanut butter and rye bread sandwiches, combination vegetable salad, peach float, milk, tea. Dinner — Tamale pie, cauliflower In cream sauce, endive and •tuffed prune salad, gin ger pudding, milk, coffee. WHAT’S IN FASHION— Three-Quarter Fur Coat Liked Directed, by AMOS PARRISH Wmw / j fMANNtW**'MORALS] JokdAn /V) IF you have solved your problem in an unusual manner, write to Jane Jordan and tell her how you did it. The best letters will be published. Dear Jane Jordan—l believe X have found the ideal wav to‘live, although it mißht not meet with the approval of all. Asa girl. I was an orphan and had to make mv own wav. I had a fairly Rood position, but a hard one, and I nearly worked myself to death. When marriage was offered to me by a younx physician. I accepted, with the inward determination to take him as he was and never complain, no matter what his faults, as lone as he made me a decent living. My health was poor at the time and he felt that the first to do after our marriace was to build me up be fore adding the responsibilities; so he put me into a little apartment by my self and lived bv himself in a hotel, not far away. * This was intended to last for only a few months, but it proved so successful that we never have changed. and the months have grown, into years. I am a strong, healthy wom an now and he a Live Apart and Find Plan Good serious man with a good business, but we still are sweet hearts in every sense of the word. The physical side of marfiage is as keen as it was the first week, and a lot more enjoyable. We never have allowed it to get stale. He never sees me except at mv best. We never have had a cross impatient word between us and I have all the time in the world to keep myself fresh and dainty. He comes to see me just like a sweetheart instead of a husband, and I make over him and treat him like the Lord of creation. It isn't exactly what I thought mar- Butler Women Plan President Day Breakfast The annual president’s day break fast of the Woman’s League of But ler university will be held at 10 Saturday at the Indianapolis Ath letic Club. Miss Evelyn Bentley, president will be honored as will the other officers, who are: Miss Kathryn Fitchey, vice-president; Miss Betty Hall, secretary, and Miss Janet Jerman, treasurer. Miss Kathryn Journey, faculty sponsor, will be toastmaster. Re sponses will be given by each of the officers. The speakers table will be cen tered with cornucopia filled with fruit. Brass candlesticks will hold orange tapers. Miss Helen Gearen is ticket chairman. Guests will be all women of the university, as mem bership in the league is open to any student. FOUNDER BANQUET . PLANS COMPLETED Plans for the Founders’ day ban quet to be held Nov. 23 were com pleted at the meeting of the Delta Delta Delta Alumnae Club Monday night, at the home of Miss Cath erine Mathews. 1733 Park avenue. Officers elected at the meeting were: President, Miss Dorothy Beigh to 1 ; vice-president. Miss Mathews; secretary*. Miss Helen Hitch, and treasurer, Miss Betty Morris. WOMEN OF MOOSE TO GIVE BENFITS Indianapolis chapter, Women of the Moose, will give two benefit card parties, at 2:30 and 8:30 Thursday, in the Moose temple, 135 North Delaware street. The social service committee will be in charge of the afternoon party, and Mrs. William Hoover will be in charge of the party Thursday night. Garments made for the Needle work Guild will be on display at the night party. MA TTICE TO TALK TO ALTRUSA CLUB Floyd Mattice, chief deputy pros ecuting attorney for Marion county, will speak on Behind the Scenes in Crime," at 12:15 Friday at the luncheon meeting of the Altrusa Club. Luncheon will be served at 12:15 at the Columbia Club. riage would be. but it is the way he likes it. I believe most men enjoy a mistress more than a wife. There is an element of deviltry in it which appeals to their egos. As long as one legally is married, I see no especial harm in this manner of living, unless that it is he won't let me have children. He savs there are too many people in the world already, and . Spice of Deviltry Enjoyed he seems to get mcire pleasure out of life by keeping me like his “girl.” It has shocked some of my old-fash ioned puritan ideas at times. I was raised in a family that believed in real old-fashioned wedlock, with all its hard ships and very few pleasures, but I wonder if that idea will not be entirely outdated eventually. People are rebelling against it. All around us we have seen it going on the rocks while our marriage has remained fresh and even exciting. I take an art course and spend all my spare time working on it at home. I should like to know what you and other readers think of this kind of mar riage. With a certain type of.man, any ' effort to hold him to a prescribed rule of form serves only to make him want to pull away, while to give him all the freedom he wants binds him to vou with chains. HELENE. Dear Helene—Your letter has in terested me intensely, and I am anxious to hear the reaction of our readers to your experience, par ticularly those of the men whom I believe will be more favorably im pressed than the women. Please, everybody, write. If you can’t think of anything else to say, just drop a postal card say ing, “I approve of Helene’s ex periment,” or “I do not approve,” as the case may be. In this way we can gather some interesting statistics which tell us how many people want some change in the institution of marriage, and how many are satisfied with it as it is. The results of your voting on this question will Would Be be published later. Disaster in sure t 0 Some Cases For my part, i believe any exper iment that works is right for the people who make it. A mode of life which injures no one and results in happiness for those who adopt it is good. However, the same situation which has made you so happy would make others supremely miserable. There is no set rule for living which works equally well for all types. The attempt to standardize behavior results in great unhappiness for those who are temperamentally unable to adjust to the standard. Your method of avoiding the monotony of monogamy would not be feasible for those who want chil dren. The rearing of a family re quires a center of operation and the presence ( of both parents. Where children are not desired, your ex periment is feasible and entirely your own business. ana Dear Jane Jordan—X am a woman who always has played the game fair, but my husband has been untrue to me. I always have done the right thing by him and he has no excuse for doing the wrong way he has. I offered him his freedom when I found he had been unfaithful, but he does not want to marry the woman. He said no woman ever would get tied up to him again as long as he can make a fool of her and it not cost him any money. I am un decided what to do, as X am trying to do what’s best for our child. BROKEN HEARTED. Dear Broken Hearted—To help out our experiment, read Helene's letter to your husband and ask him what he thinks of this kind of married life. Then write the column what he says. Daily Recipe CRANBERRY TAPIOCA 1 pound (about 1 quart) cranberries 2 cups boiling water 1 cup sugar 1.-4 cup minute tapioca Few grains salt Wash and pick over berries. Cook in boiling water until tender, about ten minutes, and press i hrough a fine sieve. Add sugar, salt and tapioca and cook until transparent. Turn into individual molds to chill and become firm. Serve with a garnish of whipped cream. . THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES NEW YORK, Nov. 9.—Here’s one good fashion that made its first Atlantic crossing eastbound from America to Fraitce instead of the usual France-to-America route of fashions the three-quarter length swagger fur sports coat. Paris couturiers were so much impressed with the good looks and practicality -of this real American fashion that they sent over for vari ous models and are now T making them for their French clientele. We don’t blame them. These swagger fur coats are so comfortable for walking (and French women love to promenade) and for motor ing. So swank looking, too, for sports events . . . specifically, in this country, football. Shoulders Are Smooth Their shoulders are smoth, but easy-fitting . . . pockets deep to put your hands in . . . collars flared in standing Johnnys or with tied scarf ends. They look grand with six or seven inches of bright colored wool dress showing below and a matching hat or scarf topping off. On warmer days you let them hang loose and on cooler days you belt them snugly, the way smiling Maureen O’Sullivan of the films is wearing hers in the sketch. For she’s one of the rooters for this new length sports fur coats. It’s smartest when it’s all of one fur. . . as Maureen’s is. Occasion ally you see one in raccoon or squir rel. These Are “Slickest” But kid (gray, beige, brown or black), lapin (beige or nutria shade), leopard, silver or natural muskrat and nutria are the slickest furs for them. These pelts are sleek and soft and pliable and can be made to fit as smoothly and hang almost as softly as fabric. Most of them are as simple as the classically cut cloth swagger. But a few have fullness shirred into the back of the collar. And some have dropped shoulder lines or a real set on yoke. They’re dashing looking . . .ready to go places. - They have all the comfort of a jacket plus the prac tical addition of length for extra warmth. (Copyright, 1932, by Amos Parrish) NEXT—New tunic dresses becom ing to many women. Patterns PATTERN ORDER BLANK Pattern Department, Indianapolis Times, Indianapolis, Ind. Enclose find 15. cents for which send Pat - en c O tern No. O U D Size Street City State Name THE SWAGGER COAT GOES “INTO THE RED” It’s the gayest, youngest fashion that has come from Paris for years, this three-quarter swagger coat. It’s at its very best in crisp, hairy tweed in a vivid shade of red. The raglan sleeve has a seam straight down the outside that gives it a very “tailored in Bond Street” look. And to accent this, there’s a straight collar that may be worn standing or rolled back, not to mention the huge patch pockets. Size 16 requires 2% yards 54-inch material, 2 7 s yards 39-inch lining. Pattern No. 5059 is designed for sizes 14 to 42. Price, 15 cents. Send for our Paris fashion magazine. Child’s Sore Throat Act quickly give them Thoxioe positive relief in 15 un. or money: bock. A preacripUoo. not a gargle* Tastes good—safe. 35c all druggists. THQ&INE Alumnae to Hear Talks by Leaders Mrs. H. M. Weeter and Mrs. Wal ter Moore, both of Louisville, Ky., will be guest speakers at the month ly meeting-of Indianapolis Alumnae chapter Zeta Tau Alpha sorority on Thursday night at the home of Miss Helma Kahn, 1410 Leonard street. Reports of the philanthrope work of the sorority will be given, includ ing an account of last year’s work ! at Curran Valley, Va. Mrs. Weeter is a former mem ber of the national philanthropic committee, and Mrs. Moore is a forme# Delta province president. Miss Edith Weber, chairman of the local committee, will be in charge of the program. Assisting Miss Kahn will be Misses Louise Berndt, Alice Dickey, Ruth Green and Mrs. Grady W. Cline. Girl Scouts to Give First of Radio Series The program of the first Girl Scout broadcast at 6 Monday has been announced. “Behind the Scenes With the Girl Scouts” will be depicted by a series of dramatic sketches with music. Mrs. Keneth Vance Jr., pianist, and Miss Dorothy Woods, violinist, will be assisted in the first one by Misses Evelyn Willsey, Margaret Egan and Mauvis Johnson, singers. Miss Jean Adamson and Mrs. J. W. Brannan will take the parts of “Sarah and B.etty.” Mrs.* Brannan is author and director of the sketches, to be heard over radio station "WFBM. There will be high school troops again this year for all high school girls who are active members of other troops. The north side section will meet at 7:30 Friday night at Scout headquarters with Miss Clara Foxworthy in charge. The East side section will hold its meeting at the Emerson Avenue Baptist church at the same time, under the direction of Miss Betty Bowman. Past and present junior counsell ors are eligible to membership in the new Senior Scout group to be formed this year under the leader ship of Miss Adamson, Marion county director. The first meeting will be held Saturday at Camp Dell wood and will be a hard times party. French Short Stories Will Be Reviewed French short stories will be re viewed by members of the New Cen tury Club which will meet Wednes day afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. T. Scudder, 5’936 Oak avenue. Mrs. Arthur R. Dewey, who will be a guest of the club, will tell two French stories, “The Mummfs Foot,” by Gautier and “The Piece of String” by Maupassant. Mrs. Carl H. Bals will review “The Simple Heart” by Flaubert. Mrs. E. Preston Jones, president, will have charge of the meeting, to open at 2. Mrs. Scudder, the hos tess, will be assisted by Mesdames R. F. Rankin and G. P. Stockton. HONORBRI DE-ELECT AT FAMILY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Norviel, Anderson, entertained with a family dinner Sunday, in honor of Miss Margaret McGinley, daughter of Mrs. Margaret McGinley, 943 North Oxford street, whose mariage to Herbert D. Norviel will take place Thursday. Mrs. H. E. Norviel and Miss Geraldine Canavan assisted the hostess. The house was decorated in silver and blue, with blue candles in silver candelabras, and fall flowers used as table decorations. LOUISVILLE WOMAN WILL BE SPEAKER Miss Mary Louise Speed of Louis ville will talk on “The History of Landscape Gardening” at the Indi anapolis Garden club meeting Thursday at the home of Mrs. D. Lawrence Chambers, 5272 North Meridian street. Miss Speed is the house guest of her sister, Mrs. Wylie J. Daniels, 1736 Pennsylvania street. She is a graduate of the Low Thorpe School of Landscape Architecture. Postpone Club Meeting The meeting of the Amicitia Club, which was to be today, has been postponed to Nov. 25. NOW WHITEN YOUR TEETH 3 shades in 3 days # If you think yellow, stained, unsight ly-looking teeth are natural, start using Kolynos—a half-inch on a dry brush twice daily. In 3 days you’ll see your mistake. Your teeth will look 3 shades whiter! Kolynos —unlike any preparation you’ve ever used—contains two im portant ingredients that clean and whiten teeth remarkably. One—the finest cleansing agent known—erase* stain and tartar, foams into every tiny fissure and washes away decay causing debris. While the other ingre State's New First Lady .... x fJHk Bt A romance that started in a Texas army camp during the World war and a Democratic vic tory Tuesday, brought forward today anew and attractive “first lady” of Indiana. She is Mrs. Kathleen McNutt, wife of Paul V. McNutt, who has Inter Se Club Entertains 200 at Celebration Approximately 200 members > and guests were entertained at the twenty-fifth anniversary celebration of the Meridiaij Heights Inter Se Club at a candelight tea Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. E. Stacy, 4510 Carrollton avenue. Receiving with hostess were Mrs. Robert Mason, program chairman, and Mrs. J. J. Davis and Mrs. How land Johnson, vice-presidents. Special guests were presidents of literary clubs of the city. A mu sical program was given by Mrs. Helen Harrison Dailey, harpist, and Miss Margaret Harrison, violinist. Green and gold, the club colors, were used in the decorations. Char ter members poured, and past presi dents assisted in serving. Corsages were presented to the charter mem bers. Sunshine Club to Meet The Children’s Sunshine Club of Sunnyside will hold its monthly meeting at 2 Wednesday, at the Fletcher American building. DISC LEADER '^ft *Ww^m Miss Hilda Rabb Miss Hilda Rabb recently was elected secretary-treasurer of Disc, organization of Jewish wom en at Butler university. Miss Sylvia Ecktman is president, Miss Esther Sacks, vice-president, and Miss Dorothy Forman, "honorary vice-presiden;. Miss Forman is chairman of a card party to be given Thursday night at the Antlers. She will be assisted by Miss Rabb, Miss Sacks and Misses Sylvia Lichtenberg and Esther Forman. dient kills the millions of germs that cause most tooth and gum troubles and helps to make teeth absolutely clean. Thus Kolynos gently cleans teeth rightdown to the natural white enamel and soon makes them more attractive than ever. It refreshes the mouth and stimulates the gums. Buy a tube of Kolynos today. KOLYNOS DENTAL CREAM Mrs. Kathleen McNutt seen her husband rise from a cap tain in the army to the Governor elect of Indiana. In the last three months, while her husband ha% been campaign ing. Mrs. McNutt has remained at home. Her days are occupied with housework and her daughter, Louise, a pupil in the Blooming ton public schools. McNutt met the Governor elect when he was a captain in the Ninetieth division at Camp Travis, San Antonio, Tex. She formerly was Miss Kathleen Tim olat. Sororities Mrs. N. G. Morgan, 4806 Allison ville road, will be hostess for a busi ness meeting-for the Alpha chapter of the Phi Tau Delta sorority at 8:30 Friday. Beta Tau sorority will meet at 8 Wednesday at the Antlers. Omega Kappa sorority will hold pledge services at 8 Wednesday, at the home of Misses Alice and Al berta Hackney, 1706 East Twelfth street. Sigma Delta Tau sorority will meet at 8 tonight at the Harrison. Sigma Sigma Kappa sorority will hold a business meeting tonight at the home of Mrs. Eva Rutz, 5230 East Washington street. Alpha chapter, Omega Phi Tau sorority will meet at 8:30 Wednes day at the Spink-Arms. Alpha Gamma sorority will hold a pledge meeting at the home of Miss Virginia Hoss, 4801 Park ave nue, Wednesday afternoon. Miss Esther Robinson, 7003 West Washington street, will be hostess for a social meeting of the Chi Beta Kappa sorority tonight. Plans for a benefit bridge and style show, to be given in.th? Ayres auditorium Saturday, Nov. 19, will be com pleted. Miss Gertrude Henn, 831 Lincoln street, will be hostess tonight to the Omega Chi sorority. Alpha Beta Chi sorority will hold a special meeting at the Antlers tonight to make final arrangements for the caitl party to be given Thursday night at the Seville tavern. The Epsilon Pi chapter of Delta Theta Tau sorority will hold its regular business meeting on Friday night at the home of Mrs. J. L. Richardson, 4824 North Illinois street. Miss Clara Van Meter will en tertain the members of the Compto meter Club, of which she is presi dent, with a bridge party at her home in Mooresville at 8 Thursday. She will be assisted in entertaining by her sister, Miss Naomi Van Meter. Club to Give Party The English Avenue Mothers’ Club will entertain with a card party from 2 to 4 Thursday at the English Avenue Boys’ Club, 1402 English avenue. Mrs. Joseph §eek will be in charge. NOV. 9, 1932 Panhellenic Formal Will Open Season 1 , The annual Panhellenic winter formal of Butler university will be held at the Indianapolis Athletic Club Saturday night, officially opening the winter social season of thfe university. A special feature will be the presentation of an original song, naming every campus sorority. Larry Price and his band will play. Programs will be in black and white, with the print of a dancing couple on the cover. Faculty guests' will be President and Mrs. Walter Scott Atheam, Dean and Mrs. James W. Putnam, Professor and Mrs. A. Dale Beeler and Professor and Mrs. George F. Leonard. Chaperons will be Professor and Mrs: Thor G. Wesenburg, Professor and Mrs. Guy H. Shadinger. Dr. and Mrs. Willard N. Clute, and the Misses Aliena Grafton and Flor ence I. Morrison. Miss Geraldine Kuntz is general chairman, assisted by the Misses Ann Arnold. Phyllis Sharpe, Vera Sudbrock and Elaine Schmidt. Mrs. R. L. Zaps Will Entertain Alumnae Group Mrs. Roy L. Zaps. 326 East Fifty sixth street, will be hostess-tonight for the monthly meeting of the Beta Beta alumnae chapter of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. A buf fet supper will be served at 6. Mrs. Fermor S. Cannon will givd a short review of Claude G. Bowers “Beveridge and the Progressiva Era.” Assisting the hostess will be Mes dames Kurt Ehlert, Joseph Buck, S. L. Mouser, U. R. Stahl, Robert Mason, T. M. Rybolt and tha Misses Rea Bauer and Louise Grif fin. DELTA ZETA TO HONOR PLEDGES Delta Zeta sorority of Butler uni versity will honor its new pledges with an open house from 2 to 5 Sunday at the chapter house. 342 Berkley road. 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