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Russia Will Be Topic at Musical Tea Matinee Group to Be Guests at Home of Mrs. J. H. Green. Russian music will feature the monthly musical tea to be given by the student section of the Matinee Musicale at 3 this afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. Harry Green, 3686 Fall Creek boulevard. Assisting Mrs. Green, will be Miss Janet Powers, Mrs. Ruth Jones, Mrs. Irene Jarrard, and Miss Lucille Stewart. Mrs. C. Harold Larsh is chairman of the section. Mrs. Ernestine Fleming, who will read a paper on Russian music, has arranged the following program to illustrate her talk: "Yr Who Have Yearned ,JV on l Tschaikowsky •The rinse and the Nightingale Rimxkv-Korsakoff Grace Green ! gei-reuse" Rachmaninoff Novellette In G Medtner Ramona Wilson •'The Slumber, Hone A Gretchaninow 'Thou rt Tike Onto a Flower" . . Anton Rubinstein Mrs. Edith Pile 'Bone of India Rimsky Korsakoff "Romance . Rubinstein Jean Penninzton •'Adieu Forets Jeanne and Arc . Tschaikowsky Mrs. Marion Green •‘Prelude No LaidofT •'Prelude for Left Hand Scriabine Uouak Mussorzskv Rachmaninoff Mfl T. P. Woodson Accompanists will he Mrs, Blanche Nog pie Mrs Christine Rouseh. Mrs. Natalia . Conner and Mrs, Fleming Manners and Morals BY JANE JORDAN Living: logfihrr is a difficult art. If ▼on find is hard to make things go smooth ly in your house, write to Jane Jordan, vho uill help you by her answers in this column. Dear Jane Jordan—My wife is 40 years old. I am 45. We’ve al ways been happy together until recently, when she began to take leave of her senses. She is very sensitive about her age and wants to look and act like a young girl. This irritates me. All her friends are younger women, but I can't think why, because she knocks them all and hasn’t a kind word for anybody. She never has been flirtatious In her life until recently. I’m not jealous, but I hate to see her make a fool of herself. What do you do with a woman who thinks life is ended because she is grow ing old? HUSBAND. Answer—The first thing you do is to understand her problem. Evi dently, she has been a woman who depended upon the charm of a youthful appearance for her per sonal prestige. To part with youth in a dignified way is a difficult job for any weman. It is double diffi cult in the case of a woman whose sole treasure is laid up Sn the pleasures of youth. It is true that attitudes and man nerisms which were winsome in youth are ludicrous at 40. The woman who looks her age is more attractive than the one who strives to extend her adolesence into ma turity. The fear of the closing door of ro tnance causes many women to make fools of themselves at 40. It is easy to be faithful to a husband when you know you could attract other men if you tried. When you are obliged to be faithful because you have lost your appeal for others, it isn't half as satifeatory. Knocking others is one way of establishing your own self-esteem. Without doubt your wife would be happier if she chose her friends from women her own age. When si 1 contrasts herself with the fresher faces of her young friends, she feels inferior. Therefore, she speaks unkindly, as if to a.ssure her self that they are not so smart after all. The woman who has solved the three great problems of life does not fear old age. These problems are love and marriage, social adjust ment, and occupation. Sometimes I think the greatest of these is occu pation. A satisfactory marriage is greatly to be desired, but without occupa tion, in or out of the home, even marriage is flat. A woman no longer is old at 40. She is not an ingenue, to be sure, but if she has worked, studied, and found a means of social expression, she’s still interesting to herself as well as to others. All kinds of opportunities are open to mature women. Girlhood is one phase of life. Womanhood is another. Both have their fascina tions. Help your wife to realize this fact and the battle is won. a a a Dear Jane Jordan—l know a fellow whom I love very well. He has asked me for a date and I re fused him. He has not asked me for a date since, but if he sees me in the show he always walks home with me. Why is it that he does * not ask me for any more dates? Does he love me? LONELY. Answer —It is a mistake for girls to interpret every attention from boys as evidence of love. The young man probably hasn't a serious thought in his head, but only is in search of feminine companionship and entertainment. Let your attitude be as light as his. If you turned him down the first time he asked for a date, he may not wish to risk another de feat. This fear is characteristic of timid young men. To the bold a denial serves only as a challenge. a a a Dear Jane Jordan—Please per mit me to write a few lines to Immortal regarding her letter. I understand how she feels. I have in my younger days felt exactly the same. I was trapped, and so well trapped that it seemed as if there were no exit. ONE WHO BELIEVES. Answer —If Immortal will send her address, which I have mis placed. I will forward your letter to her. MISS IDA WILHITE TO GIVE ADDRESS Miss Ida B. Wilhite, head of the Home Economics department of Butler university, will give a talk at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon before the ladies of the First Congregational church. Her topic will be An Ap preciation of Modern Adaptations of the Early Periods of Dress to the Costumes of Today." Cine-Modes Fashion Ahoy! ana a a a Hollywood Hails Nautical Blue and White Hi/ SKA Swire HO L LYWOOD, March 17. Nautical blue and white is the preferred color scheme, by and large, and some : times there is ever more of a nautical touch than just the color. : Miriam Jordan has anew dinner dress of white crepe made wlth a sailor ccfllar back, the back decollete. The collar has triple stripes of blue edged with gold, 1 and two blue stars , at the corners. The dress has a sailor's lacing down the back plaquet, and in the front of the waist. S a 1 1 y Eilers lunching at Sardi's, wore a navy blue ensemble and a plaid scarf and beret, in wool. She has a cute little blouse that is the modern version of the old middy, which she wears with slacks. W e r a Engels, lunching at Levy’s with no less than three masculine es corts, wore a blue tailored suit, a white sweater with blue anchors on it. and a blue scarf and sailor hat, Ruby Keeler, starting for Palm Springs with her husband, A1 Jolson, wore the cutest sailor hat seen S!9S9HSSSS!~ IL. _ iii hereabouts, an orange one of stitched wool. Her outfit w r as white, a two piece ensemble of waffle crepe, the dress high-necked and short-sleeved, the swagger coat long. Her sandals were of orange suede, just matching her sailor hat. Margaret Lindsay, lunching at the First National case with Theodore Newton, wore a blue and white checked tweed suit with a long, unbelted swagger coat and hat to match. Her sandals were of rough blue suede, some new kind of suede. Mary Carlisle, lunching in the M-G-M commissary, wore a white out fit, the crepe dress fastened with little anchors instead of buttons, her belt buckle a large one. Patterns PATTERN ORDER BLANK Pattern Department, Indianapolis Times, Indianapolis, Ind. Enclose find 15 cents for which send Pat- C 1 C J tern No. I o •* Size Street City State Name A, SIM r —\ ' u.z fm ■i \ \ Viewl CHILD'S TALIORED COAT There's nothing smarter or in better taste for the young school goer than the classic tailored coat. ! Please note that this year's ver sion has loos?, easy lines and a sin gle-breasted closing. A jaunty little capelet may be added i f desired. The tailoring of this model is very easily done. You can't possibly mak? a mistake and it takes very little material, so don't hesitate to choose something smart—a navy or rust tweed or one of the new checked woolens. Size 10 requires I s * yards 5-inch fabric, l'a yards 39-inch lining. Pattern No. 5164 is designed for sizes 6, 8. 10. 12, 14 years. Price. 15 cents. For other smart, easily-mad? types send for our Spring Fashion Magazine. It also includes the latest colors and fabrics as well as dress- j making hints. Price, 10 cents. 1 Miriam Jordan CHECKERED NAILS ARE 1933 FASHION By Times Special PALM BEACH. Fla.. March 17. Multi-colored finger nails in check ered designs to match the bathing costumes is the newest fashion dic tate for the bathing girl of 1933. Miss Lucille Fields, beauty stylist for Vivaudou of New York, pre dicted today that deeper shades of red polish would be used on finger nails this summer and that check ered designs in colors to match the bathing costumes, already introduced at Palm Beach, would be in vogue throughout the country. "Darker powders will be used this year,” she said. “Lipsticks will be of brighter hues and rouge will be used sparingly.” International Study Club Canada will be Mrs. S. R. Art man's topic next week before chap ters of the International Travel- Study Club Inc. She will discuss "Caves in the Canadian Rocokies and The Trout and Salmon In dustry.” Jenny Lind chapter will be enter tained at the home of Miss Augusta Walker, 39 South Dearborn, lor a 6:30 dinner Monday. Arcadian chapter will meet with Mrs. Harry Hill, 4840 Park avenue at 1 Tuesday. Mrs. V. C. Bower and Mrs. Clarence Kercheval will assist the hostess. Mrs. E. S. Waymire is chairman of the entertainment com mittee, which has arranged election of officers and a business meeting, preceding the lecture. Colonial Boston chapter will meet at Mrs. Olin's tearoom, 2921 North Pennsylvania street, at 1 Wednesday. Luncheon will be at 12. The hostesses will be Mesdames Wil bur Sicks. Elmer Grosh, Aubert Sut ton and C. A. Harper. Mount Vernon chapter will meet for a covered dish luncheon at 12:30 Wednesday at the home of Mrs. P. J. Clark, 2214 Park avenue. There will be an election of officers, pre ceding the lecture. Castle Craig chapter will be en tertained at the home of Mrs. W. W. Wilson, 47 Johnson place, at 7:45 Thursday night. Miss Wilson and Mrs. Pearl Griggs will assist the hostess. Roll call will pertain to the Canadian Indians. There will be election of officers. Zuyder Zee chapter will be enter tained with a covered dish luncheon at the home of the president, Mrs. A. E. Bender. 1430 North Dearborn street, at 1 Thursday. Officers will be elected. Lady Aberdeen chapter will hold its meeting in the Lincoln room of the Lincoln. Saturday for luncheon at 1. Mrs. Marian Radell will be hostess, assisted by Mrs. Myna Pearl Fibiger. The table decorations will be in Easter appointments. Election of officers and a business meeting will follow the lecture. Initiation of candidates will be held by the president. Mrs. Fibiger, as sisted by Mrs. Artman, Mesdames Cathryn Armbruster. Bessie Wikoff, Sadie Hawkins and O. A. Rauch. Music will be provided by Mrs. Nita Harris. Candidates to be initated are Misses Esther JLefkovits. Aleda Long. Orpha Bodle, Ruth Pogge meyer. and Mrs. Nona Reynolds. Anglo India chapter will be en tertained Saturday at the home of Misses Sara and Frances Henzie, 1901 North New Jersey street, for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Ejection of offi cers will follow. Permanents } bJiX, French Tunic ~ Etf' Steam BK Wave, now wgjv BEALTE ARTES fil—-Knosereit Bids—6ol ■IPUtt Studio Entrance. U-OtilQ. ~- THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES Party Is Given for Children at Sunnyside Children of Sunnyside were en | tertained this afternoon with a St. Patrick party given by the Chil dren's Sunshine Club. Mrs. Alva ; Cradick, president, and Mrs. W. J. Overmire were in charge of the party arrangements. Pupils of Mrs. Louis Powell | Schilling gave a dance program and | Misses Joan Dougan and Mary Jean I Sefton presented readings. Assistant hostesses were Mesdames j David Jolly, George J. Easley, Harry BLOCK’S Main Floor ONE DAY!! . . . SATURDAY ONLY!! jCox/ik %/Jiat / . . . . . When One of Ante rica's Largest Hosiery g Manufacturers Made a Slight Change in Construction! g - t ( r < • \ At i - i j i>* A |We Bought His Double Picot Top Full-Fashioned 1. 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TT t? * crrTrYX’irTY extra durability and a dull rich beauty. In every smart Spring 4. Triple uvTr mTmbie Gar- * L LL r AsHIUiN £jD shade including “Malt,” “Rye” and “Swagger.” ter Hunstop prevents all ■■■' ■■■■■, ■■ . rnns breaking through the BLOCKS — Main Floor. Turn Next Page for More Block News , Knannlein, Otis Carmichael. Harry Grimes and William C. Schaefer. Decorations and favors were in keeping with St. Patrick's day. 10. E. S. CHIEFS TO | BE HONOR GUESTS Grand officers of the O. E. S. will | be honor guests at the banquet to be held at 6 tonight at the Masonic Temple by the Naomi chapter. Mrs. Mabel Carrithers, Princeton, worthy grand matron of the grand chapter will attend. Others will be Miss Blanche Reggett. Mrs. Martha Zoercher, Mrs. Rose Malcolm, Mrs. Florence Carr. Mrs. Jessie Bierce, Mrs. Alonzo Wood, Mrs. Harry Em | mons and Mrs. John Hessong. One-Act Play to Be Held by Southern Club “Funny Old World' ’is the title of the one-act play to be presented by members of the Southern Club at ! the party tonight in the Lincoln. Mrs. William R. Scaff is general chairman and Mrs. A. R. Dewey is directing the production, i A business session is scheduled for 7:45. to be followed by the enter ment at 8:30. E. k. Reese, club president, will preside. Mrs. George Olive and Mrs. Ernest j Edwards are in charge of the ar rangements for the buffet supper to I be served following the entertain ment. Mrs. C. J. Prentiss and Mrs. L. T. Praige will pour. Members of the cast of "Funny Old World’’ include Miss Susan Gray Shedd. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Freihofer. Mrs. A. G. Shoptaugh. Mr. ! and Mrs. Rivers Peterson. W. R ScafT. Clarence Gault and John Peterson. — Speaker at Dinner The Rev. Guy Carpenter, pastor of the Irvington M. E. church, will ! i be guest speaker at the dinner to be i given at 6 Friday night by the Parent-Teacher Association of the Theodore Potter Fresh Air school at the school house. A regular busi i ness meeting will follow the dinner, i MARCH 17. 1033 HONOR BRIDE-TO-BE AT COUNTRY CLUB Mrs. Claus Best entertained with a luncheon-bridge today at the Indianapolis Country Club in honor ; of Miss Mary Ann Ogden, daugnter j of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ogden. Miss Ogden's marriage to Henry Lippencott Parrish, Riverton. N. J., will take place March 25. Guests with Miss Ogden and Mrs. Ogden were Mesdames Hugh Patten, T. M. Rybolt, Harold Oschner. Hugh Fatout, Carl Mote: Misses i Jeanette Harris, Dorothy Lambert. Dorothy Peterson, Dorothy Ragan, Betty Carter Virginia Ballweg. loan Johnson and Mildred Blacklidge.