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FEB. 4, 1933.
Music Is to
Be Featured
' i
Works of Colonial and
Revolutionary Days on
(dub Program.
Music of the colonial and revolu
tionary periods will be featured at
the monthly musical program of the
chora] .section of the Indianapolis
Matinee Musicale at 2:30 Thursday
at the home of Mrs. John Alles, 31
East Fifty-second street.
Mrs. O. T. Behymcr, chairman of
the program committee, has ar
ranged the music. Mrs. Rex Young
will be the commentator.
The program is as follows:
Piono -
‘•President's March" Philip Phili
Battle jf Trenton” Janies Hettt
(Historical Rona’a 1797'
Mrs. Frrd B'.xcion
"Robin Adair". . Lady Caroline Keppic
"Cornin' Thru the Rve”. .. Burns
‘Annie Laurie" ... ... Dooglas-Scott
Mrs. C C York. Mr- O C Pierson.
Mrs. c. F Dlilenbeck and Mrs Oeorae
Ri*?ler. and accompan: t, Mrs. Fred
"For Pi'rinhsm" Mr' Kdcar Ellsworth
Mrs, Bokelon. accompanist.
"Barbara Alien" author unknown
‘ Anld Robin Grev" . . Lady Ann Llndsav
"Sallv In O'lr Aliev" Samuel Carey
"Drink to Me Only With Thine Eves"
Ben Johnson
Mr o. T. Behvmer. Mrs. Bokelon. ac
Colonial Dance. "Minuet.” Mrs. York.
Mrs Pierson, Mrs. Dillenbech and Mrs.
Reading "Old Glory" Riley
Mrs. Edgar Ellsworth (music by Miss
Margaret. Ailr".
During the social hour, Mrs. Alles
will bo assisted bv Mrs. Cecil Stal
naker and Mrs. Natalie Connor, who
will pour, and Mesdames Arthur
Schulmeyer, Tesaye Smiley, C. R.
Switzer. Max H. Wall, C. L. With
ner, Ellie Wilkinson, E. W. Roesener,
John Sedwick and Miss Frances
This section will present a Gilbert
and Sullivan program as its artist
program April 21, with Mrs, Demar
chus Brown as guest speaker.
Choral rehearsals will begin at 10
Tuesday at the D. A. R. chapter
house. Mrs. Cecil Stalnaker is
chairman of the choral and Mrs.
Edgar Ellsworth is vice-chairman.
Bridge-Tea, to Be Given
Miss Carolyn Kord, Miss Jo Hit-
KClbcrgrr and Miss Eloise Walker
are in charge of the bridge-tea to be
given by the Delta chapter of Zeta
Kappa Psi sorority, from 2 to 4,
Sunday, in the club room at the
News of P.-T. A. Groups
The Parent-Teacher Association
of Broad Ripple high school will
hold its February meeting at 8
Wednesday night. The program
will consist of music by the school's
music department, including a solo
by Raymond Hall, head of the de
partment, and a playlet, “Who
Wins,” by pupils and former pupils.
Lieutenant Timothy McMahon
will have charge of a safety meet
ign at School 2 at 7:30 Wednesday
Mrs. Clayton Ridge will speak at
School 3 at 3.15 Wednesday after
noon. Music will be furnished by
the mothers’ glee club. The social
committee will serve following the
meeting. The Child Study Club of
the association will meet from 1:30
to 2:30, previous to the regular
Mrs. Lucien King, corresponding
secretary of the Parent-Teacher
Federation, will speak on the legis
lative program at School 7 at 3:15
Wednesday. A program of music
Richard Halliburton, wor 1 and
traveler, author and lecturer, will
be presented by the Alumnae club
of Theta Sigma Phi, woman's pro
fessional journalistic sorority, at 8
Thursday, Fob. 16. at Caleb Mills
hall. The active chapter of Butler
university will assist.
Miss Bertha Corya, president, is
in charge of arrangements.
Kappa Delta Theta sorority will
give a rush party tonight at Rob
inswood inn. with Mrs. Harry Ice.
chairman, assisted by Miss Flor
ence Schaub and Miss Louise Web
Miniature dolls and a centerpiece
of sweet peas and fresia will be
used as table decorations. Bridge
and jigsaw puzzles will be the
Rushees attending will be Misses
Charleyne Maxwell, Helen Creswell.
Laura Duffev, Catherine Elhvanger.
Ruth Manson, Thelma Gayer, Flor
ence O’Malley and Barbara Zechiel.
The Woman’s Missionary Society
of the Tabernacle Presbyterian
church will give a Valentine lunch
eon for members and guests at 1
Tuesday in the church. Mrs. W.
W. Hampton, president of the
group, is in charge of the arrange
Dr. Georce S. Cunningham, a
missionary of Dumaguete. P I . will
talk on his work in the Philippines.
Other features of the program will
be a group of songs by Mrs. S. B.
Harry, accompanied by Mrs. Irv
ing Blue, and devotions led by Mrs.
Wallace Hall.
11 'ashixgtox (Tub
The Martha Washington Club
will entertain Republican women at
a tea from 2 to 4. Wednesday, at
Helene's tearoom, 4618 East Wash
ington street, in honor of Mrs. Max
Norris, recently elected city Repub
lican vice-chairman. There are no
Officers of the club are Mrs. Fred
Wagner, president; Mrs. Forrest
Bennett, vice-president; Mrs. Gor
don Robinson, secretary, and Mrs.
,J. McDonald Young, treasurer.
Sorority Group to Gather
The Mother's club of Alpha chi
Omega of Butler university will
meet Monday at the chapter house.
201 Blue Ridge Road. Hostesses will
be Mesdames W. G. Stayton, C. R
Stayton, C. R. Lytle, C. W. Roller
and A. R. Chapman.
' ' Miss Virginia Qnifilpy
i> r i h" IIHoMRaB Antiques Will
Professional M „ ' ,
, JhHB Be Studied at
Chub Group to v . A/r
~ . ™ 1 , Club Meeting
Club Group to
Meet Thursday
A presentation of “Samson and
Delilah,” by Mrs. Mary Traub Busch,
contralto, accompanied by Miss
Mabel Pruitt, will form the program
of the Indianapolis Business and
Professional Women's Club at 8 on
Thursday in the Woman’s Depart
ment Club.
The dinner program will be in
charge of the official organ commit
tee, with Miss Sue Stuart, chair
man: the scrap book committee. Miss
Myrtle Munson, chairman, and the
committee on publicity, Mrs. Abbie
Hall MacDonald, chairman, assisted
by Miss Grace Beall.
Other members of the official or
gan committee are Mrs. Myra Ma
jors Wirenius, Mrs. Emma S. Rogers,
Misses Gladys Vansant, Clara Vin
cent and Ida M. Anderson. Besides
Miss Munson on the scrapbook com
mittee are Misses Edith Dashiell,
Rose Marie Lenahan, Glenna Wray,
and Mrs. Helen Hemphill.
Miss Lucy E. Osborn, president,
will preside.
and readings will be given by the
school's male quartet.
Mrs. S. M. Myers, president of the
Parent-Teacher Federation, will
' speak at School 13 at 2:30 Wednes
day. Music will be provided by the
girls' glee club of Manual Training
! high school.
Mrs. Clayton Ridge will giye an
| educational talk at School 15 at 7:30
Wednesday night. Special music will
Ibe provided by the Greyhound
| quartet of Indiana Central college.
A special invitation is extended to
fathers and mothers.
Mrs. Lula Bortz, domestic science
teacher, will talk at School 16 at
3:15 Wednesday on helpful recipes.
A Mother Goose operetta and Val
! entine play will bs given.
Miss Rousseau McClellan of the
biology department of Shortridge
high school will speak on "Nature
and Birds” at School 28 at 3:05
i Wednesday. A program of enter
' tainment will be offered by children
of the school.
Mrs. James L. Murray, second
vice-president and legislative chair
man of the Indiana Congress of
Parents and Teachers, will speak at
School 29. at 2:30 Wednesday.
Projects that were developed dur
ing the last semester by the geo
graphy classes of the 4A and 5B
grades will be displayed. A pageant,
"A Tour Through Europe,” will be
given in costume by children of the
58. and "Representative American
Tvles” by children of the 4A.
Miss Aileen Klaiber, assisted by
one of her pupils, will give a pro
gram of dramatic readings.
Dr. Russell Henry will give an
illustrated lecture on tuberculosis at
School 31 at 2:30 Wednesday. The
mothers' chorus wffil sing.
Mrs. Ernst Pieirenbrok will speak
on "The Home and Education” at
School 34 at 3:15 Wednesday. Music
will be furnished by the platoon de
: partment.
A program furnished by Girl Re
serves, under the direction of Mrs.
Hatty Bedford, will be a feature of
the meeting at School 37 at 3:15
Thursday afternoon.
Grand council officers and chap
ter delegates will attend a meeting
of the Omega Psi Tau soiority at
10 Sunday morning at the Spink
Arms. Officers will be elected and
plans for the coming year formu
Delegates attending will be
Misses Betty Walters, Alpha chap
ter. Martha Spall. Beta chapler. In
dianapolis: Mary Phyllis Perkins.
Delta chapter. Anderson: Virginia
Adkins. Epsilon chapter. Richmond;
Ruth Wood and Dorothy Schubert,
Zeta chapter. St. Louis; Wilma
Derreth and Louise Hooker. Eta
chapter. St. Louis; and Lucillt*
Phillips. Theta chapter. Elwcod.
Sorority to Gather
Sigma Alpha lota, national mu
sical sorority, will meet for a lunch
eon and business session at noon
Monday at the Arthur Jordan Con
servatory of Music.
Bridge to Be Given
Pledges of the Butler university
chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta so
rority will give a benefit bridge
party Saturday afternoon at Ayres'
Mothers to Meet
Phi Delta Theta Mothers club of
Butler university will meet at 1:30
Tuesday at the chapter bouse. 705
Hampton drive, to sew on Red Cross
Alumnae to Meet
Mrs. Frank Langsenkamp Jr.. 6443
Park avenue, will be hostess for the
! spread meeting of the Indiana Ga -
ma alumnae of Pi Beta Phi sorority
at 8 iO Monday night.
Mrs. Robert Horn
Miss Virginia Quigley will assist
Miss Edith Reed, hostess for the
meeting and party which the St.
Agnes Academy Alumnae Associa
tion will hold at 8 Monday night
at Miss Reed’s home.
Members of Alpha Chi Omega
sorority are anticipating the an
nual state dance which will cul
minate the state day, to be spon
sored Saturday, Feb. 25, by the
Beta Beta Alumnae chapter. Mrs.
Robert Horn is a member of the
committee in charge of the dance,
to be held in the Riley room of
the Cla.vpool.
Members of the Indianapolis
Athletic Club and their guests will
be entertained at the crab
Wednesday when the ladies
luncheon bridge party will be
held. Mrs. R. C. Griswold is one
of the assistant hostesses.
Many Parties
Are Given for
' Bridal Couple
The approaching marriage of Miss
JdLephine Rockwood, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Moore Rock
woed, 3641 Washington boulevard, to
Charles A. Greathouse Jr. on Feb.
16 is the occasion for many teas and
parties given by friends of Miss
Rockwood and Mr. Greathouse.
Mrs. Malott White, Mrs. Thomas
Reid Kackley Jr. and Mrs. Henry C.
Atkins Jr., will give a buffet supper
tonight at the home of Mrs. White
in Golden Hill.
The table will be attractively
decorated with a centerpiece of
spring flowers and yellow roses will
be used in the room.
Guests with the bride-elect will be
Mrs. Thomas Madden, Mrs. Henry
J. Frenzel and Misses Anne Ayres,
Melissa Jane Wadley, Sybil Stafford,
Frances Holliday, Dorothy Johnston,
Katherine Malott Brown, Frances
Reed and Mary Evans Capcrton.
Miss Rockwood was honored with
a luncheon-bridge given today by
Mrs. Thomas Madden, 321 East Fif
ty-first street. Covers were laid for
Miss Ayres, Miss Holliday, Miss
Stafford, Miss Wadley, Miss John
ston and Mrs. Frenzel.
Mr. Greathouse will be enter
tained at a bachelor dinner given
tonight at the Antlers by a group cf
his friends.
New Events
in Music
The Arthur Jordan Conservatory
of Music will present pupils of Lil
lian Carr Greene, the Poco-a-Poco
Piano Society in the annual costume
recital assisted by pupils of Bernice
Van Sickle of the dramatic art de
partment in the conservatory, Fri
day evening, Feb. 10, at 8 o’clock,
at the Odecn. IG6 East North street.
Those to take part are: Anne
Sturtevant, Flora Jane McWhir,
Norma Sanders. Marian Carlyle.
Carolyn Baus. Davis Jones. June
Carlyle, Norma Overbay, Rosemary
Stallings, Florence Baus, Marjorie
Rush. Vivian Arbuckle, Marjory
Carl. Jane Blake. Mary Hesseldenz,
Marthana McWhir, Charlotte Carl.
Janet Power. Homer Cornwell, Vir
ginia Harbaugh Marian Bugbee.
Alvamay Mitchell, Loydlovella Cook
and Norma Heuer. Pupils of Miss
Van Sickle are; Avery Hudson, Mar
jor e Rose, Jeanelle Ray and Ruth
On Saturday afternoon. Feb. 11,
•students of the Arthur Jordan Con
servatory of Music will appear in
recital at 2:30 o'clock at the Odeon,
106 East North street.
Students appearing are: Gene
Fisher. Irene Westervelt, M%y Hark
er. Margaret Wilcox, June Roberts.
Danny Flickir.ger, Meraline Walk
er, Catherine Richhart, William
Van Buskirk. Nancy Heath, Rachel
Feibleman. Florence Joyce, George
Ruhn. Catherine Clinard. Martha
grace Williams. Mildred Stevens and
Helene Kramer. They are studying
with the following teachers: Nora
Beaver. Frances Beik. Frieda Heid
er, Edwin Jones, Leslie E. Peck, Imo
gene Pierson. Thomas Poggiani. H.
Ons Pruitt. Leone K. Rickman and
Lucille Wagner.
Miss Edith Reed to Be Hostess
to St. Agnes Alumnae
MiSs Edith Reed will be hostess
for the meeting and party of St.
Aenes alumnae at 8 Monday night.
Miss Virginia Quigley and Miss Jane
Keene will assist the hostess.
The association is sponsoring a
skating party to be held Friday,
Feb. 24, at the Riverside rink.
Miss Rosemary Dwyer, chairman,
has appointed the following com
mitteees: Tickets, Miss Kathieen
Behaman, chairman; Miss Mary
Kirkhoff. co-chairman, and Misses
Mary Margaret Flaherty, Catherine
Minta, Rosemary Fond, Patricia
Antiques Will
Be Studied at
Club Meeting
Mrs. Fred H. Knodel, 716 East
Twenty-third street, will be hostess
for the meeting of the New Century
Club Wednesday afternoon. The
subject of antiques will be studied
and responses to roll call will be
"My Favorite Antique.”
Mrs. W. M. McNutt will talk on
the subject and Miss Anna Hassel
man of the John Herron Art Insti
tute will display and explain an
exhibit of historic textile frabrics.
Assisting the hostess will be Mrs.
H. I. McGinnis and Mrs. J. M. Tin
Study Club
Mrs. Samuel*R. Artman will con
tinue her study talks on Mexico to
chapters of the International Travel-
Study Club, Inc., next week. Her
subject will be “Orchids —Humming
Birds and Fireflies.”
Normandy chapter will meet at
the Washington, Monday, for a 12:30
luncheon, followed by a business
meeting and lecture. Mrs. Fred
! Brown, president, will preside.
Egyptian chapter will meet at the
j home of Mrs. E. H. Cook, 121 North
; Sherman drive, at 1:30 Tuesday.
| The hostess will be assisted by Mrs.
1 J G. Beck and Mrs. R. H. White.
! Mrs. R. R. Mitchell will have charge
j of a musical program, including a
! group of songs by Mrs. L. R. John
Erazillian chapter will be enter
tained at the home of Mrs. Will
Trugood, 3446 Carrollton avenue, at
; 7:30 Tuesday night. Mrs. Helen
Eowlinghouse, anew member, will
assist the hostess.
Mandalay chapter will meet with
Mrs. Anton Scherrer, 1839 North
Illinois street at 1:30 Wednesday.
Mrs. Harold Tolies will assist the
Panamanian chapter will have a
covered dish luncheon at the home
of Mrs. Blanch Berry in Southport,
at 12:30 Thursday. Mrs. Odin Wad
leigh will assist the hostess.
Flemish Flanders chapter will be
| entertained with a Valentine party
I at 7:45 Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Ruth Holman. 1254 Windsor
I street. The assistant hostess will
j be Mrs. Thomas Riker.
| Lucerne chapter will be enter
! tained at the home of "Mrs. C. F.
I Dlilenbeck 4719 Winthrop avenue at
j 10:39 Friday. Luncheon will be at
I 12 and the hostess will be assisted
by Mrs. Ralph Blythe and Mrs. C. C.
Parker. Mrs. Dillenbeck will sing
I “Indian Love Call,” “Senora” and
“Marcheta,” accompanied by Mrs.
jJ. V. Rollins. Mrs. Wallace Mac
; Quhae entertained . the chapter
I Monday with a rose tea at her
home, 2036 Central avenue, assisted
j by Mrs. J. Burdett Little and Mrs.
Charles W. Sweny. Mrs. Artman
talked on Arabia.
Jeanne D'Arc chapter will have
| its Valentine party at 1 Friday at
the hom° of Mrs. Margaret Wil-
I liams. 632 North Temple. Mrs. John
W. Thornburgh will be guest of
honor. Other guests, Mrs. Alta Paul
and Mrs. Hazel White. The initia
j tion service will be read for Mrs.
j Helen Martin, who will give a group
jof readings. The hostess will be as
sisted by Mrs. Wvnona Christophel
; and Mrs. J. E. Paulissen.
Miss Eunice Dissette is chairman
of the committee in charge of the
lecture to be given by Bertiti Leon
arz Harding on “Empress Carlotta
of Mexico” at 11 Monday morning
in the L. S. Ayres & Cos. auditorium.
The lecture is being sponsored by
the Tudor Hall Alumnae Associa
tion for the benefit of the scholar
ship fund.
Assisting the chairman will be
Mesdames Henry C. Atkins Jr.,
Theodore B. Griffith, William C.
Griffith, Clyde Wands. Robert Todd.
H. A. O. Speers and Misses Harriet
Denny, Jane Fitton, Priscilla Min
er. Helen Louise Rogers, Frances
Lemaux and Elinor Sticxney.
Supper to Be Given
Junior Orphans Aid Society will
give a supper Sunday night at the
Kneffel Israel Congregation.
, O'Connor, Betty Kemmer, Margaret
Mitchell, Katherine Mallory and
Frances Lyons.
Miss Mary F. Terry, chairman of
| the publicity committee, will be as
-1 sisted by Miss Helen Geiger and
Miss Mary M. Hockensmith. The
door committee is headed by Miss
Mary H. Taylor, chairman, with
Misses Dorothy Head, Helen Klaf
: zinsky and Clara Moosehead as as
sistants. Miss Marjorie Mangold is
chairman of the patron and patron
i css committee. Other members are
Misses Margaret Cunningham and
{ Rosemary Sequartz.
Miss Rucker
Wedded to
J. W. Shirley;
Marriage Solemnized at
2:30 Today in Rites
at Church.
The marriage of Miss Dorothy
Anne Rucker, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Alvah J. Rucker, *3l East
Thirty-sixth street, to John W.
Shirley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard A. Shirley, 4934 Washington
boulevard, was solemnized at *2:30
today in McKee chapel of Taber
nacle Presbyterian church.
Assisting Dr. George Arthur
Frantz, pastor of Frist Presbyterian
church, was the Rev. M. L. Haines,
who officiated at the wedding of
Mr. and Mrs. Rucker.
The altar was banked with palms,
ferns and white flowers and lighted
with white cathedral tapers. Or
gan music was played by Paul Mat
The bride, given in marriage by
her lather, wore a gown of ivory
satin, designed princess style, with
cowl neckline and long fittted
sleeves. She wore the veil of Mrs.
Nick Mayer of Little Rock, Ark.,
formerly Miss Omis Harris. The
veil, trimmed with Brussels lace,
was modeled with a fitted cap and
fell the length of the dress train.
Attendants Dressed Alike
She carried a lace handkerchief,
owned by her aunt, Mrs. C. A. Cook,
and carried by her mother at her
wedding. Her bouquet was of gar
denias and lilies of the valley. *
The bride’s attendants, Mrs.
Fletcher Hodges Jr., matron of
honor, and Misses Elizabeth Pres
ton, and Sarah Anne Shirley, sister
of the bridegroom, wore dresses
They were cape costumed and of
shutter green rough crepe, cut prin
cess style with cowl neckline and
decollete backs. The capes were
buttoned down the back and fas
tened to the waistline with a row
of buttons. The high necklines were
trimmed wdth olive wood brown vel
vet flowers. The velvet turbans,
gloves and shoes were of brown.
They carried bouquets of spring
flowers, with brown and shaded
freesia predominating.
Reception Is Held
The best man was Rolland Camp
bell of Coatesville, and ushers were
Shirley Kriner, cousin of the bride
groom, and Edward Zwicker.
Mrs. Rucker wore a grey crepe
gown with matching accessories and
Mrs. Shirley, black velvet.
Followdng the ceremony a small
reception was held at the Rucker
home for members of the bridal
party and the families. A tiered
wedding cake and spring flowers
formed the decorative scheme. As
sisting were the bride's grand
mother, Mrs. Virginia J. Rucker of
Lebanon, Term.
The couple left for a wedding trip
to New Orleans where they will at
tend the Mardi Gras. The bride
traveled in a cape costumed blue
rough crepe ensemble, wdth a plaid
bodice. Her accessories were blue.
Out-of-Town Guests
Out-of-town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Winkler and Miss
Eleanor Beach, Vincennes; Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Vickery, Evansville; Miss
Annabel Utter, Huntington; Miss
Alzvein Green, Garrett; Mr. and
Mrs. J. Walter Rose, Anderson; Mr.
and Mrs. John Wilson, Cincinnati;
Miss Mary Lou Mannan, Mrs. Anna
Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Kriner, all of Martinsville.
The at-home announcement is
13462 North Illinois street after
April 10.
Lecturer to
Appear Here
Grace Leigh Scott, international
lecturer, will talk on “Character
Building” at a meeting of the In
dianapolis Council of Clubs Tuesday
at the Y. W. C A. Miss Bess Rob
bins, a member of the house of rep
resentatives, wall talk on “Legisla
j live Affairs.”
Mrs. Edna Pauley, president, will
| lead the business meeting, opening
at 11. Hostesses will be Mrs. Robert
McKay, president of the fourth
: section, and Mrs. W. H. Vinzent,
president of thp woman’s auxiliary
i to Railway Mail Association.
Mrs. Allen T. Fleming will give
a talk on parliamentary law. Music
will be provided by the Toreador
quartet at Indiana Central college.
Committees are: Registration,
Mesdames A. C. Hhwn and George
Karl; decorations, Mesdames Walter
Geisel, Wayne Hill and Harold
j Trusler, and reservations. Mesdames
John Cochrane and W. F. Holmes.
Lunch will be served at 12:15.
Mi's. Long to Speak
Mrs. W. D. Long. 2120 North Ala
bama street, will give a program of
Colonial readings and southern
folk-lore Monday for the Woman's
Club of Waukegan, 111.
George S. Cunningham
George S. Cunningham, M. D.,
director of the Presbyterian hos
iptal at Dumaguete, in the Phil
ippines, will be the speaker at the
annual praise service of the
Woman's Missionary Society Sun
day morning at the Fairview
Presbyterian church, Dr. Edward
Haines Kistler, minister, states.
Mrs. Daniel T. Weir, president
of the Woman’s Missionary So
ciety, will preside, assisted by Mrs.
William E. Shively, president of
the Jane T. Hendricks section.
Harry G. Coughlen Jr., baritone,
will be the soloist of the morning.
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Miss Helen Cof
fey is assisting
Mrs. Oscar Baur
with the silver tea
to be given by the
Civic Theater at
at the home of
Mrs. Baur, 4919
North Meridian
street, from 3 to
5 Sunday after
Miss Coffey is
the vice-chairman
of the Actors and
Workers Guild of
which Mrs. Baur
is chairman.
In City Churches Sunday
At a service of appreciation to be
conducted by Broadway
church Sunday evenings of Feb. 5
and 12, members of the Indianapolis
Are department, and their families,
are to be guests.
Mayor Sullivan and Fire Chief
Voshell will be in attendance and
the board of public safety has been
Dr. Richard M. Millard the pastor,
will speak on “How God Works
Through Great Men,” and the choir
will sing “Fierce Was the Wild Bil
low,” by Noble, and “Were You
There,” by Burleigh.
A brass double quartet composed
of members of the fire department
will furnish a group of numbers.
The second division of the fire
department will attend a similar
service on the evening of the 12th,
at which Dr. Millard will speak on
"Abraham Lincoln, the Emancipa
“Our congregation desires, to de
dicate these services to tnt splendid
men who are faithful in giving pro
tection to property and life by day
and by night,” states Dr. Millard.
tt an
Responsibility of laymen of Uni
tarian churches in reconstruction of
the social and economic life of the
country will be the theme of ad
dresses at the annual midwestern
convention of the Unitarian Lay
men’s League, which will be held at
All Souls Unitarian church today
and Sunday.
Beginning with a luncheon meet
ing at the church at noon today,
speakers at convention sessions will
include Judge Charles W. Hoffman
of the domestic relations and juve
nile courts of Cincinnati; Fred Hoke
of Indianapolis; Professor James E.
Hagerty of Ohio State university,
and Arthur E. Morgan, president of
Antioch college, Antioch, O. Her
bert C. Parsons of Boston, president
of the national league organization,
will preside at the sessions and will
deliver the final address.
The Rev. Augustus Reccord. min
ister of the First Unitarian church,
Detroit, will preach the convention
sermon. Sunday, and the service will
' s conducted by the Rev. F. S. C.
vVicks, minister of All Souls.
Oscar Baur is president of the
Indianapolis league, which is in
charge of arrangements, and Mur
ray A. Auerbach is secretary.
tt tt a
Fairfax Christian church has
designated Sunday as Christian En
deavor day in commemoration of
the fifty-second anniversary of the
organization. The young people will
have charge of the entire church and
Sunday school service. Leon
Featherman will deliver the morn
ing sermon. In the evening John
Eastwood will talk on "The History
of Christian Endeavof 1 .” Ethel Swit
zer on “Its Purpose,” and Arnold
von Burg “Its Product and Result. ’
I.vndhurst Baptist—The Rev. C. H.
Scheick. pastor. Morning theme, "Hous
ing God’s Exhibition;" night. "Lest Jesus
Be Forgotten."
River Avenue Baptist—The Rev. Deilert
Milleisen, pastor. Morning theme. "Why
Am Ia Baptist?;” night, "The Value and
Virtue of Discipline."
Irvington Presbyterian—The Rev. John
B. Ferguson, pastor. Morning theme,
"The Hunger That Heals;" night, the Rev.
Frank W. Bible. Secretary of the Board
of Foreign Missions for the Centra! Dis
trict of the Presbyterian church, will
Memorial Baptist—The Rev. George G
Kimsey, pastor. Morning theme. "Nb
Backward Steps;” night, "Where Do We
First United Presbyterian—The Rev.
Joseph A. Mears pastor. Morning theme.
"The Stewa-dship of Our Faith." A
special studv of the book "The Rainbow
Empire," will be presented by J. V.
Merritt Place Methodist—The Rev. M.
H. Reynolds, pastor. Morning theme,
"Children of God"; night, "Co-operation ;
in Christian Work.”
St. Paul's Reformed—The Rev. William
H. Knierim. pastor. Morning theme, i
German service, "Living Love;" English ;
service, "How God Helps.”
Trinity Reformed—The Rev William H
Knierim, pastor. Morning theme, "Come
Thou With Us.”
East Park M. E —The Rev. R. A. TTlrev
pastor. Morning theme, "Condemnation;"
night. "The Challenge of the Present
Englewood Christian—The Rev. O. A.
Trinkle. oastor. Morning theme,' Patience;"
night, Glad Tidings.'
St. Matthew's Episcopal—The Rev.
Francis D McCabe, pastor. Morning
theme. "Self Examination.” Meeting of
the Young People's Episcopal League at
6:30 p. m.
Calvarv United Brethren.—The Rev. L.
A. Huddleston, pastor. Morning theme.
The Cost of the New Task." night. The
Power of Christ * Eves.”
Immanuel Reformed.—The Rev. Herbert
F Weckmueller. pastor. Morning theme.
God the Father, in Praver.”
Wesleyan M. E.—The Rev. E. E. Corv.
castor. The Rev. French will soeak on
his travels in the Holv Land at 2:30 p. m.
All Saints Cathedral.—Robert C. Alex
ander. cannon. Litanv. Holv Communion
and the regular section service Will be
held at u a. m. dn
Miss Helen Coffey
—Photo by Ellis.
Trotib Memorial Presbyterian.—The Rev.
Lrnn L. Latham, pastor. Morning theme,
"The Gate to Eden;” Mr. Weir, mission
ary to India, will sneak in the evening.
Home Presbyterian.—The Rev Walter A.
Walter A. Creason. pastor. Morning theme.
"Does Church Membership Interfere With
People Being Christians?"; night. 'The La
bel of the Christian."
Christian and Missionary Alliance The
Rev. James Harper, pastor. Morning
theme, "He Would See Jesus." The Rev.
' W. Zaggy of Ohio will preach in the eve
Oaklandon Christian—The Rev. Frank
C Huston, pasto. Morning theme. "Know
ing God;” The Men's Bible class will have
charge of the evening service.
Meridian Heights Presbyterian—The Rev.
S. B. Harry, pastor. Morning theme, "An
Adequate View of Sin."
West Morris Street Christian—The Rev.
Garry L. Cook, pastor. Morning theme,
"What Jesus Taught About Hate." The
evening service will be conducted by the
young people of the church.
C. M. B. of Third Christian—Merle Std
ener. class leader, will speax on the sub
ject. "What Are You Going to Do About
Christ Episcopal.—The Rev. E. Ainger
Powell. Rector. Morning theme. 'Victory
In Defeat.”
University Park Christian.—The Rev. Lee
Sadler, pastor. Morning theme, "The
Tragedy of Judas Iscariot." The evening
service will be conducted by the Young
People’s department.
Bcllaire M. E.—The Rev. Walter B
Grimes, nastor. Morning theme. “The
Night in Gethsemane;". night. 'What Snail
X Do Then With Jesus Which Is Called
the Christ?"
Grace M. E.—The Rev. B. Brooks Shake,
pastor. Morning theme. "The Turning
Point.” The Technical high school pub
lic speaking team will speak at 4 p. m.
Second Evangelical.—The Rev. F. C.
Wacknitz. pastor. Morning theme. "Keep
j Thy Servant;" night. Vesper service
Cumberland M. E.—The Rev. H. G Wed
ding, pastor. Morning theme. "Unconsci
ous Spiritual Loss.” Dr. Andrew John
son. of Wiloiore. Kentucky, will speak, at
2:30 p. m.
Centenary Christian.—The Rev. R. T
Gwvnn. nastor. Morning theme. "The j
Ptir.ciple of Progress;" night. "The Hand
| Clasu of Christ."
Broadway M. E.—The Rev. Richard M.
Millard, pastor. Morning theme. "Through
i Adequate Life Foundations;" night. "How |
God Works Through Great Men."
First Evangelical.—Th. n Rev. R H Muel- !
ler. nastor. Morning theme. "And When
' Tfcev Had Prayed." A mission service will
| be held in the evening.
Fountain St. M. E.—The Rev. Charles
McCullough, nastor. Morning theme. “Chal-
I lcrge of c. Gree' Deliverance;" night. "The
Good Samaritan."
j Downev Avenue Christian.—The Rev.
I Bert R. Johnson, pastor. Dr. I. J. Good,
president of Indiana Central CeUeg'v will
speak at the evening forum service on the
subject. "Dangerous Trends in the Life
of Youth.”
Hillside Christian—The Rev. Herbert J.
Wilson, pastor. Morning theme. Who
Built Hillside?" night. "The Touth of
Carrolton Avenue Reformed The Rev.
E. G. Homrighausen. pastor. Morning
theme, "What Is Salvation?”
Central Avenue M. E.—The Rev. Charles
Drake Skinner, pastor. Morning sermon,
by Dr. John G. Benson. "Peter Pan Per- I
Caoitol Avenue M. E.—The Rev. E Arn
old Clegg, pastor. Morning theme. "The j
First Temptation;" night. "The Ruling
Passion ”
St. Matthew Lutheran The Rev. L. C E
Fackler. pastor. Morning theme. "The
Bread of Life." The evening sermon will
be preached by Student E. Kempler of
| the Lutheran Seminary of Columbus, O.
Edwin Ray M. E. The Rev. Talbott
Jones, pastor. Mointng theme. "Jesus and
the Moral Law;" night. "Jesus and the
Spiritual Law."
Churches of Christ. Scientist The les- ;
: son-sermon to be read in all Churches of
! Christ, Scientist, will be on the theme,
i Spirit.”
Brightwood M. E—The Rev. F T. Tavlor.
pastor Morning them”. Philip. the
Evangelist:" night. "Four Anchors."
Bethel A. M. F..—The Rev. Robert L. Pone
oastor. Quarterly meeting will be h"ld
’ Sunday with the Rev. Campbell Upthe
| grove of Terre Haute, sneaking at both
. services. At 330 p m.. the Rev. Ed-sard
I Wittenberg of St. John church of this city. I
| brings the communion message.
Northwood Christian -The Re'- R M'l-
I vvn Thompson, pastor. Morning theme, j
j Life Is Like That or Is It Worth the I
; Candle?"
Central Christian The Rev W A. Shul
| lenberecr. nastor. Morning theme. Fac
-1 inc Life at Twentvnight. "The Power
Ito Live and to Do:" 9:30 a m.. Bible
school; 6:30 p. m.. Christian Endeavor.
Emerson Avenue Kantist—Th” Rev. H
! G Rowe, pastor. Morning sermon, "The ,
Remedy;" night. "Trade Marks."
B-oadwav Evargeliral—The Rev L'ovd
E. Smith, nastor Morning service will be
annual Dav .es Praver ’"lth the pastor
| sneaking on 'Pra-’er and Modern Mis- I
i siers:" night. "Blessed are the Merci- :
! Iul '”
Riverside Park M. E.—The Rev. Robert
i Se!ie. nastor. Morning theme. The
I Glorv of Lo-altv: night service will be
: "Old Hvmn Night."
Beville Avenue Evangelical—The Rev
j Ambrose Aegerterx nastor. Morning
theme. The Power of Intercession;" night.
; A Noble Boast."
Southport Presbyterian The Rev. Lu
ther F Markin, pastor Morning *ub
j lect. "The Impatient Christ.” night. "The
Shepherd Psalm.”
j Garfield Park Baptltl—The Rev. Louis
IG. Grafton, pastor. Morning theme. ‘ The ,
Greatest Commandment of All;" "Night.
Lord, Is It I?"
Rush activities of Alpha Eta
| chapter, Sigma Sigma Sigma, na
tional educational sorority at But
ler university teachers’ college, will
be concluded with a slumber party
tonight at the chapter house and a
breakfast at the Columbia Club
Sunday morning.
Miss Elizabeth Howard is in
charge of arrangements, assisted by
Misses Harriett Orr and Daisy Cun-'
dill. *
Wigman to
Dance at
Famed Artist to Be
Brought Here by
Nancy Martens.
Mary Wigman. who is to ths
modern dance what Pavlowa is to
the Russian ballet and what Isadora
Duncan was to the interpretative
dance, the leader and founder of
the whole modern German dance
school, comes with her group of
twelve dancers to Keith's theater
on Wednesday evening, feb. 15, un
der the direction of Martens Con
certs. Inc.
Miss Wigman is a phenomenal
figure in the art of dance, the sort
of priestess of freedom and power
of expression in an art that has al
ways leaned for support against
other arts.
The only dancer who has broken
attendance records since the days
of Pavlowa and Duncan, four weeks
before she arrived in this country
with her group this season her first
night was completely sold out, and
in all other performances given in
New York and other large cities
there was a similar stampede to see
For Miss Wigman the preparation
for a recital is a ritual. A perform
ance means a tremendous spending
of self, emotionally as well as
physically, a reckless prodigality
without thought oi consequences.
It is necessary, then, to guard her
self carefully so that there may be
a treasury full of energy to draw on.
i For several hours before a per
| forman.ee she lies in quiet repose,
shutting her ears to noises and her
mind to thought. She goes dinner
less to the concert hall, and once
there, feels like a racer before the
barrier, chafing for the gun to go
off. the curtain to rise.
The amazing dances of Mary Wig
man deal with universal emotions,
the fate of man, his sorrow, con
quests and frustrations. Her dances
tell no story; they provoke these
emotions directly through the in
finite of movement of her
eloquent body.
Miss Wigman will be accompanied
in her first Indianapolis appear
ance by twelve dancers who, to
gether with the great dancer her
self, has won the admiration of all
Europe, and this their first season in
America has been a series of
The idea of percussion as dance
accompaniment is as old as the art
itself. The primitive people in
vented it and the east has pre
served it. Miss Wigman went frank
ly to both these sources for her in
struments. Among the instruments
employed on Miss Wigman’s pro
pram are Chinese songs, oriental
bells, flutes, Javanese gongs, four
drums of different tonal qualities
and sizes, one negro drum and ba
sin and pianos.
‘Party Week’
Is Planned at
Lyric Theater
Party week will be observed in the
Lyrie ballroom this coming week.
Many interesting dance features
have been planned with a complete
floor show on Wednesday and Fri
day nights.
‘‘Whispering Jack Wright and his
orchestra will continue to furnish
music for dance lovers. Dance mu
sic will be broadcast from the ball
room nightly over Station WFBM.
“Ford" night will feature Monday
evening's program with Wright act
ing as master of ceremonies for a
group of musical specialties which
have been arranged by the or
A preliminary free style waltz
contest will be held on Tuesday
evening. Five couples will be se
lected to enter the semi-finals
which will be conducted at a later
Judges for Tuesday evening's pre
liminaries will be Louis Stockman,
dance instructor; Robert Wolfe,
chorus dance producer for Lehr’s
company, and Ernestine Ewing, lo
cal dance instructor.
Ladies will be admitted to the
ballroom free on Wednesday night
as guests of the management. Mu
sical specialties will be featured
throughout the evening by enter
tainers from the Lyric stage.
Thursday evening will be set aside
for a Bond Bread Bakers party. A
special dance contest will be held
and winning couples will receive
valuable prizes to be donated by
the Bond Bread Bakers Company,
The dance orchestra will fea
ture a group of "blue” songs on
Friday night in conjunction with
“bargain-waltz" program. Every
other dance will be a waltz.
Mrs. Thomas A. Stewart. 1121 Park
avenue, entertained with a miscel
laneous shower and bridge party
Friday night at her home .n honor
of Mrs. Herman N. Stewart, who
was Miss Lucille Rice of Spencer,
before her recent marriage.
Appointments and decorations
were in green and white. Mrs. John
Stewart assisted the hostess.
Other guests were Mesdames Wil
liam Werner, Robert F. Stewart,
Charles Baeur, Edwin Falzey. R. F.
Banister, Otto Helmuth, Paul B.
Rowe, William Schindledecker and
Misses Martha Davis. Martha Bran
don and R. Ann Smith.
Alpha lota Latreian will entertain
with a guest day meeting at 2 Tues
day in the L. S. Ayres auditorium
with Mrs. Eleanor Miller talking on
"Interior Decoration.” All other
Latreian groups in the city have
been invited to attend.
Mrs. Davis H. Harrison will act as
hostess, assisted by Mrs. J. Paul
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