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MARCH 17, 1033.
Tudor Hall
Pupils Hear
*[Vassar Head
Internationalism Stressed
by College Chief
„ in Lecture.
Internationalism in college
thought and method were stressed
by Dr. Henry Noble MacCracken,
president of Vassar college, in his
lecture Thursday morning, before
the pupils of Tudor Hal! Miss I.
Hilda Stewart, Tudor Hall principal,
introduced the speaker.
Following the lecture. Dr. and
Mrs. MacCracken, who were in the
city for the day. were entertained
at luncheon by the board of direc
tors of the Indiana Vassar Club,
of*'which Miss Carolyn Richardson
is president.
Guests with Dr. and Mrs. Mc-
Cracken were: Messrs, and Mos
el antes W. Richardson Sinclair, G.
H. A. Clowes. Clarence F. Merrcil,
Montgomery Lewis, IJ. Laurancc
Chambers, Mrs. Edmund Ball of
jduncie, Mrs. Albert Seaton, Mrs. R.
D. Brown, Mrs. Rudolph Aufder
heide, Mrs. Alexander L. Taggart,
Mrs. Dorothy D. Goodrich, Mrs
Mortimer Fuscott, Mrs. Harry Fit
ton, Mrs. Robert Sweeney, Mrs.
Charles A. Gerrard, and Miss Umise
Meinig of Reading. Pa., who is the
house guest of Miss Richardson.
Former Vassar students and the
parents of tiie local students now
attending the college were guests
with Dr. and Mrs. McCracken at
the informal tea and reception held
Thursday afternoon.
William and J. M. Greenless, 321
North Wallace avenue, are visiting
at the Edgewater Beach hotel in
Mrs. James E Roberts has re
turned from a visit in St. Peters
buEj*, Fla., to her home, 132 L North
Meridian street.
Miss Carolyn Richardson, 1939
North Pennsylvania street, has as
her house guest Miss Louise Mcin
lng of Reading. Pa.
Mi:vs Betsy Smith Toy has re
turned from a West Indies cruise.
Miss Toy is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs'. John H. Toy, 700 Middle
'drive. Woodruff Place.
Miss Ruth C. Fishback. 3015 North
Pennsylvania street, is the guest of
the Waldorf-Astoria in New York
*Mrs. R. G. Gross, retiring presi
dent of the Chi Beta Kappa soror
ity, will he toastmistress at the ann
ual dinner and installation of of
ficers to be held tonight at the Co
lumbia Club.
Incoming officers will respond to
the toasts: Mrs. Cecil Standiford.
president; Miss Ethel Marie Acton,
secretary; Miss Violet, Henry, treas
urer. and Miss Esther Robinson,
publicity chairman.
Mrs. Harvey Clark and Mrs.
Gross are in charge of arrange
ments for the affair. Table decora
tions will bo in the sorority colors,
peach, blue and silver.
Lyman Hunter is chairman of the
Informal dance to be given friday
night at the Christian Park com
munity center by the pledge chap
ter of Sigma Chi fraternity of But
ler university.
The affair is an annual one given
by the pledge group in honor of the
native chapter and alumni. Ralph
Bra fiord is president of the group.
Chaperons will include Mr. and Mrs.
George A. Schumacher, Professor
Carder Nathan and Professor Clide
Current Literature Club elected
Mrs. H. E. Lister, president, at the
election meeting hold Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Dan Brown, 21
West Forty-sixth street.
Other officers are: Mesdames C.
H. Over, vice-president; L. D. Sack
ett, recording secretary; Frank
Mangold, corresponding secretary,
and A. B. Weyle, treasurer.
Miss Marjorie Ratcliffc. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T.
McFarland road, became
the bride of Edward Schmalfeldt,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry SChmal
feldt of Longacre at 7:30 Thurs
day night.
The Rev. Guy E. Lowry, pastor of
the Southport M E. church, read
tlie double-ring ceremony.
Miss Mildred McCartney was the
only attendant, and Hubert Schmal
feldt. brother of the bridegroom, was
glcst man. Miss Lors Hendricks
played the organ and Miss Irene
Noerr sang.
Dance to Be Held
Phi Gamma Sigma fraternity will
hold a Shamrock dance tonight at
the K. of C. hall. Glenn Brown.
Tolu Dwyer. Edwin Anderson and
Le.-vy Rathsam are in charge of the
Card Bart;/ Postponed
The card party to be given by the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Altenheim
Friday at the home, has been post
poned until March 24. according to
an announcement made today.
A Day’s Menu
Breakfast —
Halves of grapefruit, cer
eal, cream, country sau
sage, pancakes, milk, cof
Luncheon —
Shrimp stew, apple-cel
ery-raisin salad, Boston
brown bread, grape juice.
. Braised shank of veal
0 with vegetables, stuffed
sweet potatoes, broccoli
with easy Hollandatse
sauce, canned asparagus
salad, chocolate pudding,
milk, coffee.
Camp Fire Girls to Give Cake to McNutt
Left to right, Miss Vivian
Holmes. Miss Jane Wilcox, Mrs.
J. Richard Farrell, and Miss Mary
In observance of the twenty-first
birthday of camp fire girls today,
Museum Will
Stage Child’s
Style Exhibit
Children’s costumes of Europe
from the earliest period to the
present, will be sketched by Mrs.
Robert Davidson under the spon
sorship of the educational commit
tee of the Children’s museum at
10:30 Saturday morning at the
museum. Mrs. Robert B. Failey is
chairman of the committee.
Theodore M. Kirgsburg. field en
gineer of the state department of
conservation, will speak at 9:30
when junior high school pupils will
study natural resources of Indiana.
Mrs. Davidson recently returned
from Munich. Germany, where she
and Mr. Davidson have lived in the
art colony for two years.
St. Patrick's Party Is Held
by Aftermath Club
Guest day was observed by the
Aftermath Club Thursday at a St.
Patrick's tea held at the home of
Mrs. Charles F. Miller. 5766 Central
Sixty-five members and guests at-
W. C. T. U. Notes
The Elizabeth Stanley Union will
meet at the home of Mrs. C. E.
Volmer, 946 North Gray street, Tues
day night. Devotional hour will be
conducted by the hostess, Mrs. Vol
mer. Following the business ses
sion, a musical program will be
given. Mr. Paul Duncan will be the
speaker of the evening and Mrs.
Eva Holy, president, will preside
The Thurman Union will meet at
2:00 Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Ed Posey. 766 Edgemont avenue.
Devotions will be conducted by
Mrs. Cora Pope, followed by spe
cial musical program. Mrs. C. W.
Ackman, recording secretary of the
Marion County W. C. T. U. will be
the guest speaker.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson, president,
will preside.
The North East Union will hold a
local institute at the home of Mrs.
Ella Kroft, 1254 Windsor street for
an all day meeting Wednesday, be
ginning at 10:00 a. m. The Rev.
Mrs. Kroft will conduct the devo
tional j)eriod, which will be followed
by reports from the' local directors.
Mrs. Ruth Holman will have charge
of the musical program.
A covered dish luncheon will be
served at noon. Speakers for the
afternoon will be the Rev. Wm. Tay
lor of the Brightwood M. E. church
and Mrs. Robert McKay, president
of the Marion county W. C. T. U.
Mrs. James A. Crain will be the in
stitute leader.
Card Parties
Lauter Mothers’ Club will give a
card party and dance at 8 Saturday
night at the ciubrooms, 1309 West
Market street.
Girl Reserve Notes
Representatives of north, west and
east grade school Girl Reserve clubs
will meet at 4 Saturday at the Cen
tral Y. W. C. A. to complete plans
for the annual Girl Reserves’ spring
festival. Representatives of south
side clubs will meet at the Prospect
street center at 4 Wednesday.
All Girl Reserves are invited to a
free skating party to be held in the
“Y" gym from 2 to 4 Saturday.
“Mother Tounge Turns Match
maker is the play which school
No. 30 Girl Reserves are rehearsing
to produce April 10.
School 14 Club Is working on a
project to beautify the rooms.
They are making accessories under
the direction of their adviser. Mrs.
Myrtle Paige at the Tuesday meet
School 39 made jig-saw puzzles at
their Thursday meeting at the
South Side “Y.” A "pot luck" sup
per followed.
Ben Davis Club entertained
mothers and teachers at a St. Pat
ricks party Thursday. Favors and
decorations, in keeping with the
day. were made by the girls.
Quilts of vari-eolored outing flan
nel will be used in several Indian
apolis homes when Girl Reserves of
School 8 gave the Red Cross the
coverlets which they have
making In their meetingss.
Final arrangements for the va
riety party to be given on March
25 at the Y. W. C. A. were made at
the Wednesday meeting of the Tech
High School Girl Reserve Club.
this group will present Governor
Paul V. McNutt With a birthday
Misses Vivian Holmes, Jane Wil
cox and Mary Myers are shown
preparing the cake under the su-
Mrs. Frank C. Olive is general
chairman of the fifth session of the
Ladies' Contract Tournament of the
Meridian Hills Country Club, to be
held at 1 Monday.
Lncheon will be served at 1, and
those guests arriving promptly wall
receive a bonus of 250 points. Mrs.
Edward A. Peterson and Mrs.
Charles L. Schaab are assisting with
the arrangements.
Pupils to Give Party
Pupils of the Emerson studios
will give a St. Patrick party and
program from 2 to 5 Saturday at
the studios, 1913 East Eleventh
street. Pupils taking part will in
clude Misses Louise Middleton,
Joyce Helenberg, Genevieve Lee.
Alice Everett, Lena Deßre and
Florence Deßre.
I tended the entertainment. Mrs. C.
! S. Lycan. president, and Mesdames
W. Pink Hall. J. H. Brill and P. H.
Yant presided at the tea table,
which was laid with a green lace
work cloth. A shamrock plant
i plateau centered the table and ap
i pointments were in green and white.
Mesdames Horace H. Banks. Net
tie Littleton Kane and Miss Eliza
beth Conner assisted in the dining
room. Mrs. Henry E. Von Grim
menstein told an original storv and
groun discussion of Irish folklore
was held.
The Girls’ Social Club of the In
diana School for the Blind will pre
sent “Cornev Turns the Trick,” by
Osgood, at the school auditorium
at 8 tonight.
Memhers of the cast include
Misses Elaine Buhler. Frances Biery,
Marjorie Shenoard. Gail Huff. Beu
lah M'ller. Vivian Vanaman. Ger
trude Snurlin. Marguerite Soramer
vil’e and Bernardine Whitlock.
Miss Margaret R. Young, liter
arv critic of the school, Wil
liam T. Shannon, music critic, are
directing the production.
Michel Goiffon of Paris, France,
played the leading role in the
comedy. “Un Arriviste.” presented
in French Thursday night, by the
Alliance Francaise at the Washing
Miss Sally Maurer sang a group
of popular French songs and mem
bers of the play east included: Mrs.
Louise De Mart Leonard. Mrs.
Marvin Hamilton. Roland Lambert,
Edward J. Meunier and Ralph S.
Decker. Mrs. Richard O. Fapen
guth was the director of the pro
Miss Augusta Welker. 39 South
Dearborn street, will be hostess for
the meeting of the Jenny Lind
chapter of the International Travel-
Study Club Monday night.
A covered dish supper will be
served and Miss Agnes Kirkpatrick
will assist the hostess. Officers will
be elected and Mrs. S. A. Artman
will talk on “Canada.”
Quilt Exhibition Held
Mrs. Charles Dick was general
chairman of the silver tea and quilt
exhibit held this afternoon at the
Edwin RaC M. E. church. The af
fair was sponsored by the Woman's
Home Missionary society.
Co* Wa-Ma Club to Meet
An anniversary dinner will be
held by the Co-Wa-Ma Club tonight
at the home of Miss Helen Marquis,
with Miss Mildred Lorash as chair
Donee to Be Given
The Women's Club of Christian
park community center will give a
St. Patrick's dance Saturday at the
clubhouse, with music by Saxy
Franks' orchestra.
Gowns to Be Displayed
The Epworth League of the Old
Bethel M. E. church will sponsor a
display of wedding gowns at 8 to
night at the church. The Rev.
Maurice Kerr, pastor, will read notes
about the costumes and a ‘‘musical
program will be presented.
Party to Be Held
Mr. and Mrs. Otto R, Roos and
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Nicholson are
hosts and hostesses /or the Sc.
Patricks party to be held Saturday
night by the Hoosie* Athletic Club.
pervision of Mrs. J. Richard Far
rell, of the home-making depart
ment of the Banner-Whitehill
Furniture Cos., and secretary of
the board of directors of the Camp
Fire Girls.
New Officers
Are Named by
Lyceum Club
Mrs. Merritt E. Woolf was elected
president of the Thursday Lyceum
Club at the luncheon meeting held
at the home of Mrs. W. M. Somers,
424 East Forty-ninth street.
Other officers named for the en
suing year are: Vice-president, Mrs.
Irving P. Blue; recording secretry,
Mrs. Laura Messick; corresponding
secretary, Mrs. Harry Wilson; treas
urer, Mrs. Earl Conder; critic, Mrs.
F. M. Smith, and publicity, Mrs.
Robert Malloch.
The program for the afternoon
sesssion included a resume of the
works of Winston Churchill by Mrs.
E. Preston Jones.
Mrs. Blue will be hostess for the
next meeting of the club, which is
scheduled for March 30. Mrs. H. T.
Brown will review “Background
With Figures,” the autobiography
of Cecilia Beaux.
Magazine Club,
to Hear Talk
on Aaron Burr
Mrs. Demarchus Brown will speak
on ‘‘The Enigma of Aaron Burr” at
the night meeting of the Magazine
Club Saturday in the Hollenbeck
hall of the Y. W. C. A. One hun
dred and fifty guests have been in
vited to attend the lecture.
The musical program will be pre
sented by Mrs. Jane Johnson Bur
roughs of the music department of
the Indiana Central college. Her
numbers will include “Wild Geese”
by Baughn De Leagh, and “Take
Joy Home” by Bassett.
Hostesses for the affair include
Mesdames John J. Kelly, chairman;
Mary Perine, R. L. Pierce, R. A.
Nowlan and J. B. Phillips.
Mrs. W. C. Bartholomew, president
of the group, will preside, and Mrs.
Harry Dragoo is the program chair
man for the affair.
Sigma Tau Delta sorority will
meet at 6 tonight in the Valentia
room of the Spink Arms. Miss Mary
Miller will be in charge of the ar
Miss Martha Pierce, 3827 Guil
ford avenue, will be hostess for the
Euvola Club meeting to night.
Alpha chapter of Theta kappa
Tau sorority will hold pledge serv
ices tonight in the Dearborn for
Misses Ruth Girard. Cecil Carey,
Jean Kennedy, Virginia Gill and
Virginia Landgraf.
Invitations for a St. Patrick's
dance Saturday have been issued to
former members by the Indianapolis
Athletic club. The affair will be
held in the main dining room from
10 to 2 with Russ Holler and Jack
Berry’s orchestra providing music.
Reservations are being made with
the catering department.
Great for Spring
A poached egg with asparagus
tips served with Hollandaise sauce
is a spring dish par excellence. Put
the egg on a round of hot buttered
toast. On the egg put three or four
asparagus tips and pour a spoonful
of the sauce over all.
Matrons of 1928 Elect
New officers of the Matrons of
1928 Club elected at the luneneon
meeting Wednesday are: Mrs. Frank
Bonburg. president; Mrs. Waiter
Boemler. rice-president, and Mrs.
W. F. Swope, secretary-treasurer.
Mrs. Estel Roberts, Millersville, was
Daily Recipe
4 large siceet potatoes
2 tablespoons butter
1 teaspoon salt
1-8 teaspoon pepper
1 egg
sifted cracker crumbs
Bake potatoes until soft.
Scrape from shells and put
through potato ricer. Add
butter, salt, pepper and egg
and beat well. Let cool and
shape into small cylinders.
Roll in cracker crumbs, dip
m egg slightly beaten and roll
again in crumbs. Fry in deep
hot fat until a golden brown
and drain on crumpled paper.
Serve on a hot platter and
garnish with parsley.
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