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V~lc. 30, 1932.
Y.W.C.A.to Open Series of Classes English, Spanish, French and Writing to Be Taught Here. Y. W. C. A. day and night classes, sponsored by the young business women s department, will resume regular sessions the first week in January. Business English, Span ish, and creative writing will begin Jan, 9, while French classes, taught by Mrs. Gino A. Ratti, will reopen Jan. 10. Bridge lessons will be taught at 7:45 on Wednesdays by Mrs. R. Ralston Jones, beginning Jan. 11. Classes in self expression for be ginners will meet for organization at 7 Wednesday night., Jan. 11, and at 10 Friday morning. Mrs. Leo K. Feslcr is the instructor of the class. Business English is offered in three sections, the first meeting at 6:30 for drill in spelling, punctuation and pronunciation; the second, at 7:15 for grammar review, and the third at 8 for conversational English. Ar rangements may be made to enroll in one or all of the sections. Other classes opening Jan. 3-6, are the Tuesday morning class in conversational English and book reviews; Wednesday night, taught by Mrs. Bjorn Winger; the harmony and counter point classes, Miss Elsie MacGregor; parliamentary law, Mrs. John Downing Johnson; liber al arts, Friday afternoon, Mrs. Margareta T. Diddel; orchestra, led by D. M. McDougal. and the self expression classes, continuing from the fall term. Free dictation classes and typing practice also will be offered, the former from 2 to 4 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Tavel and Mr. and Mrs.' Herbert Kaufman are spending the week-end at the Neth erlands Plaza in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Jones. 2527 Broadway, has as their guests for the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. Clark of Frankfort. Mrs. John E. Spiegel and Jeanne Spiegel. 321 East Forty ninth street, are at the Everglades In Miami. Miss Betty Kennan and Ned Ken nan of Philadelphia are guests of Mrs. Noble E. Hilgcnberg, 3841 North Capitol avenue, for the holidays. Miss Jeannette White, 3028 Wash ington boulevard, is visiting Miss Sarah McCray of Kendallville. Miss Helen Jeanne Beasley, 4459 College avenue, is in Culver, attend ing the bridal dinner and wedding of Miss Nancy Roffow and Richard Ryan of Crawfordsville, which will take place today. Midshpiman Benjamin F. Walkup of the United States naval acad emy is in Washington for the holidays. Miss Betty MeFadden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. MeFadden, 839 West drive, Woodruff Place, will spend the week-end at Terre Haute as the guest of Miss Rosemary Stahl, a classmate at Indiana university. Miss Florence Wendland of Peoria, 111., is the house guest of Miss Katherine Mulrey, 3161 North Illinois street. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Mantel, 3935 North Meridian street,, have as their guests their granddaughter, Miss Barbara Mantel Fishbein, and Miss Helen Price of Chicago. Miss Fish bein is the daughter of Dr. Morris Fishbein. Card Parties The Progressive Spiritualist church will hold £i euchre, card and watch party Saturday night at the recreation room, St. Clair street and Park avenue, fringe Is Jack ON BATH TOWELS Fringe, revived from Victorian days, is back again, its newest use is in bath towels . . . large, white, fluffy towels with deep cotton fringe' Fringe is being used in evening wear, too. Short fringe up to a foot in length trims capelets and appears in tiered effect on skirts. Three foot long fringe is put onto a shal low fabric yoke and makes a %- length cape to wear over these fringed trimmed dresses. New Mushroom Crowns f True to habit, mushrooms are springing up over night. But at smart milliners’ this time. Shallow mushroom crowns with brims that make practically no angle, but are almost a continuation of the crown, make the newest hats. Usually a bardeau is placed at the back to hold them on. Watch for these in the spring ... in panama and fabrics. Potato Sacking Fabric What next will be used for smart dresses? Lyolene of Paris had the bright idea of putting potato sack ing to use and had designed for her a heavy loose weave linen resem bling this sacking which she uses for suits and coats. Fur Bedroom Slippers They’re a great idea . . . those new bedroom slippers and mules made of fur. They never get the cold clammy feeling of leather, so never shock your warm feet when you take them out of your cofcy bed in the morning. White fur is the newest idea. A Day’s Menu Breakfast — Orange juice, cereal, cream, creamed dried beef on toast, milk, coffee. Luncheon — Cheese fondue, creamed cabbage* quince tapioca pudding, milk, tea. Dinner — Fried rabbit, gravy, mashed potatoes, baked squash, molded vegetable salad, open-top apple pie. milk, coffee. LADIES AUXILIARY INSTALLS OFFICERS Golden Rule lodge 25, ladies aux iliary to the Brotherhood of Rail way trainmen, recently installed the following officers: William Allen, counselor; Mrs. Bertha Wickliff, past president; Mrs. Cola Canary, president; Mrs. Nora Demerost. vice president; Mrs. Kittle Russell, chap lain; Mrs. Maud McNier, treasurer; Miss Clara Edwards, secretary; Mrs. Minnie Minton, conductress; Mrs. Maud Blair, warden; Mrs. Pearl Johnson, inner guard; Mrs. Jennie Edwards, outer guard; Mrs. Zada Andrews, pianist. Dr. M. L. Ruth was medical ex aminer and Mrs. Minnie Minton was Installing officer. 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Ball and Miss Elizabeth THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES' Ball of Muncie, and Miss Hope Reissner of West Lafayette. Guests were seated at small tables, decorated with pink flowers and silver randies, carrying out the college colors. Entertainment Included a short movie of the founders’ day held last spring. Short speeches by members reviewed important events in the history of the college. At a business session, new officers were to be elected. The present of ficers are Miss Carolyn Richardson, president; Mrs. Harry R. Fitton, secretary, and Mrs. Byron K. Rust, treasurer. Miss Eleanor Semans, 3412 Broad way, has as her guest Miss Marian Stinson, Hartford City. SUBSCRIPTION DANCE WILL BE GIVEN Members of the committee for the subscription dance, to be given to night by younger members of the Woodstock Club, are Misses Sarah anne Adams, Charlene Buchanan, Julianne Campbell. Elizabeth Tag gart, Betty Reed, Margaret Henry, and Messrs. David Chambers, Ly man and Frederick Ayres and Hor ace Hill HI. Music will be provided by Mc- Kittrick's orchestra from 10 to 2. Mrs. Otis Bente of Chicago Is visiting her mother, Mrs. William Schumacher. Let Children ‘Fix’ Supper on Sunday Night Since it is so hard, under pres ent mechanical civilization, to have “chores” for the children that will exercise them and give them some sense of accomplishment, why not substitute the Sunday night supper? In one family this meal becomes a regular party each week. The two boys and one girl in the fam ily. none more than 18 years of age. have the run of the kitchen, to plan and execute anything they want. At first, they used to make sand- wiches and coco*. Scrambled eggs and rather greasy bacon came next. Now, the children look forward to Sunday afternoon. Sometimes they plan de luxe supper and spend mo6t of the afternoon having a grand time cooking out of the cook book. They ask mother's and dad’s friends in, too. And they are as proud of their reputations as good hosts and hostess. RECEPTION WILL PAY VISITOR HONOR Miss Caroline Thompson and Mrs. Blanche Maguire, 1409 North Penn sylvania street, will receive infor mally from 3 to 7 New Year s after noon, honoring their sister. Miss Mary Williams Thompson of Chi cago. There are no invitations. PAGE 5 WOMAN LEAVING CITY IS HONORED Mrs. Edward P. Betz, formerly Miss Lucille Branson, will leave to day for New York to join her hus band to reside there. Miss Dorothy Hamilton, 517 East Forty-second street, gave a shower and bridge party Wednesday night for Mrs. Betz. She was assisted by her mother. Mrs. Estelle Hamilton, and Mrs. Harry J. Quigley. The guests were: Mrs. Robert Minta and Misses Frances Heck man. Laura Ross. Bessie Russell, Virginia Quigley, Margaret and Mary Mitchell, Catherine Finner man. Dorothy Smith, Maxine Scherrer, Martha Waldon and Mary 'Ellen Tague.