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JULY *, 1933
Women Golfers to Pit Ability Against Men in Mixed Tourney at Club Unusual Foursome Combinations Will Be Feature of Annual Championship Matches at Highland. BY BEATRICE BURGAN Time* Woman * Pa*e Editor PLAYERS in the twelfth annual Indiana women's championship tour nament at Highland Golf and Country Club the week of July 24 will have no qualms about their ability. To prove their confidence, they will pair with reputedly superior masculine players in mixed foursomes. These women aren’t selecting resigned husbands or secretly condol ing friends as partners. They’re not ashamed of their golf—and they are Justified in their stand. In case any of their friends are doubtful about the pleasure of playing with a woman, here's an opportunity to quell fears of boredom. This feature match will be held the afternoon of the fourth day’s play. Once before in the early history of the club, a similar match was held. Mrs. C. H. McCaskey, one of the veteran players, can make a match interesting for any man; there’s no dubbing about her style of play. She has asked Max Buell to pair with her. That is an ambitious gesture. Buell, being cham pion of the Indianapolis District Golf Association and of Highland, doesn’t portend a one-sided match to her. She means to provide the element of competition. Mrs. Harrison Bennett, who is vice-president of the association, will match up with Frank Kissel, while Mrs. H. L. Cooper of South Bend, president, wdll “borrow” Mr. Bennett as her partner. Other women are inviting their partners, who can be any one they choose to ask. It seems probable that some of the champion players will have wary partners. ■ Y% Miss Burgan Think of the ignominy of going down to defeat at a woman’s hand. Mrs. C. A. Jaqua, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Bennett, both of Highland Golf and Country Club, frequently have been shopping together during the spring and summer, purchasing prizes for the winners in the various flights. Mrs. Cooper and Miss Mary Liv engood, both of South Bend, have visited Highland to confer with the two local officers, making prepara tions for the five-day event. Miss Livengood is secretary-treasurer. Local hostesses will give informal entertainments for the visiting players, and the week’s activities will open with the annual tourna ment dinner at the clubhouse. Every day, buffet lunches will be served by the club. Anew generation wdll be out to fight for the title. What they lack in experience, they will replace with tenacity and youthful confidence. Miss Alice Belle English of Lafay ette, will enter after playing recent ly in the Western District tourna ment. and Miss Dorothy Gustafson of South Bend, will threaten the reign of former champions. Indianapolis will provide several youthful players who yearly improve their game. Misses Frances Kotte man, Helen Mattice and Dorothy Ellis will be entered again. Miss Clarabel Davidson will play in her first state tournament, having made a creditable showing in this year’s city tournament. Pupils to Broadcast Pupils of Miss Alice B. Cooper of the Irvington School of Music will broadcast a program of piano selec tions and readings at 2 Sunday over station WKBF. Davis-Bernhardt Wedding Is Solemnized at Bride’s Home Miss Dorothy Louise Davis, daugh- j ter of Henry C. Davis, 1122 Westj Thirty-second street, became the I bride of Thomas H. Bernhardt at) 3:30 this afternoon at the home of the bride's father. The altar was banked \ ith ferns and palms and] lighted by cathedral candles. The Rev. Aubrey Moore, pastor of the Seventh Christian church, read the ceremony. Preceding the ceremony. Mrs. Jack i Duncan, soloist, sang TLove You j Truly" and "O Promise Me,” ac-! companied by Miss Edith Loft in at j the piano. “Wedding March” of ] Lohengrin was played during the ! processional. The bride was given; in marriage by her father. Mrs. Earl Winkle, matron of Bride-Elect Is Entertained at Event in Club Miss Ann Wright, daughter of Mrs. Pearl Wright, 2410 Park ave nue, whose marriage to John R. Knowles will take place July 15, was honored this afternoon at the Indianapolis AthletiPsiub. Miss Sally Carter entertained with a pewter and glassware shower for Miss Wright. Appointments were carried out in white, with a plateau of roses centering the table, which was lighted with white tapers. Fa vors were garden.as. The hostess was assisted at the tea table by Mrs. Walter F. Carson and tyrs. W. J. Rohrer. Forty j guests attended. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Charles Pectol of Ander son. Miss Mary Emma James of Crawfordsville; Miss Ethel Mae Ackres of North Judson and Misses Edith and Agnes King and Mrs. Harold Stewart, all of Greencastle. OPEN SESSIONS OF STATE FEDERATION Hi/ I'nital Prt s* SOUTH BEND. Ind., July *o. Indiana's business and professional club women opened the first busi ness session of their annual conven tion here today with the election of officers this afternoon expected to provide the most spirited contests in years. In the presidential race. Miss Olga Sehroeder. Gary, is opposed to Miss Elizabeth Lenfesty, Marion, present treasurer. Mrs. Adah O. Frost, In dianapolis, is retiring president, Miss Lottie Kirby, Bloomington, and Mrs. Elizabeth L. Shriner, South Bend, are candidates to succeed Mrs. Nellie Neistadt, Crawfordsville. as first vice-president. Second vice presidency candidates are Miss Rosza Tonkel. Ft. Wayne, and Pearl Biasing, Vincennes. Miss Helen Stanton. Gary, will opose Miss Mar tha Bobb. Marion, for the corre sponding secretaryship now held by Miss Marjorie Ford. Indianapolis. Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Doll, 726 North Rilpy avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Anna Bernadette to Homer H. Riegner, son of Mrs. Charles B. Leet, 1545 Shelby street. The wedding will take place Aug. 19 at the home of the bride-elect s par- Groups Named to Assist at Outing of Club Women assisting wdth the ar rangements for the field day cele bration of the Indianapolis Athletic Club have been named. The event is scheduled for July 13 at Forest park, Noblesville. All forms of sports and recreational activities will be held. The following are in charge: Mesdames R. C. Fox, Floyd Fisher, William Jarrett, A. R. Jones, Mar vin E. Hamilton, Herbert S. King, Oscar Jose Jr., John Shirley, C. F. Barney, Harry Scott, John Welch, J. W. Stickney, Frederick E. Matson, E. M. Sellers, Scott Deming, E. G Delgado, E. B. Oscars and Miss Norma Griswold, Julia Freyn, and Matilda Shelby. Mrs. H. B. Gante and Mrs. Berry Cooper of Anderson also will take part The general committee includes J. W. Stickney, Bowman Elder, Remster A. Bingham, R. V. Law T ANARUS, Guy Wainwright, E. L. Lennox, Walker Winslow, R. C. Fox, Glenn Crawford, Norris P. Shelby, R. M. Reahard, Tom Coburn, William An sted and Paul Gayman. honor, was the bride's only atten dant. She w r ore a pink lace gown, princess style, a matching pink hat and carried an arm bouquet of BriarclifT roses. Dorothy Lou Davis, niece of the bride, was flower girl. She w r ore a pink ruffled organdy dress and carried a basket of white rose petals. The bridal gown was a shell pink chiffon, fashioned princess style with a short aquamarine jacket. The bride wore, a pink picture hat and carried a shower bouquet of w'hite bridal roses tied with mallisson chif fon bows. Earl Winkle was best man. Following the wedding a buffet supper was served at the Davis home. A tiered wedding cake with a miniature bride and bridegroom cen tered the table, which w'as decorated with bowls of garden flowers and lighted with tapers in crystal holders. The couple will leave tonight for a motor trip to northern lakes, the bride traveling in a pink and blue sport suit of sheer crepe with white accessories. They will be at home after Aug. 1 at 1122 West Thirty second street. BARBARA BUTLER TO WED R, W, FOX Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Butler, 4835 Central avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Barbara Butler to Richard W. Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Fox, 5604 North Delaware street. The mar riage will take place in September. Miss Butler is a graduate of Tu dor Hall. Mr. Fox attended Indiana university where he belonged to the Beta Theta Pi fraternity. Recital to Be Given Sylvia Tschudi Burgess will pre sent her pupils in a recital at 8 Monday night at the Cropsy audi torium. HEADS ALUMNAE Miss Mary Hostetter Miss Mary Hostetler, 2152 North Meridian street, will serve as pres ident of the Western College alumnae club for the coming year. Other officers are Mrs. Robert Aldag, first vice-president; Mrs. Carl Weinhardt, second vice president; Mrs. Leonard H. Smith, secretary; and Mrs. Harry J. Weil, treasurer* Brides, Bride-to-Be in Social News of Summer Season Mrs. Minor Conn Mrs. John Heid . f|B| ■llpplillifc. voggjfr ~ S —Photo by Bretzman. 4 liL .* iL ’ § J# '• v -i, wjHL i&* 1R % *" F , Ov. , * Miss Florence Melov Mrs. Colin Jameson Mrs. M. Robert Dinnin —Photo by Bretzman. —Photo by W. Hurly Ashby. —Photo by Photocraft. Sports, Social Activities in Full Swing at Lake Resort BY BETTY CONDER Times Special Writer LAKE MAXINKUCKEE, July 8. —The Fourth of July festivities are over, and with them ended the first of the sail boat races of the Maxin kuckee Yacht Club. The winner of the race with eleven class “E” boats entered was Clayton' Mogg, with Walter Winslow' runner-up. Others taking part in the race were W. R. Adams. Charles Bar naby, S. Y. Hord, William Munk and Mrs. A. B. Howell. In the class ”C” competition, Francis Dunn took first place. C. H. Barnaby was runner-up. E. J. Bennett. Norman A. Perry, William C. Griffith and G. B. Millikan w’ere among those entered in “E.” Prizes were given to the winners and cups to the run ners-up. Dr. John Ray New'comb, fleet commander; Stewart Wilson, timer, and Colonel A. B. Miller of Culver military academy as chair man of judges w'ere in charge. Vaughn Cornish spent several days the last week as the guest of Mrs. Melissa Jane Polk at the Cor nelius home, Windy Waters. Mr. and Mrs. William Munk of Indianapolis have taken the Von negut cottage for the summer. Mr. Munk is an active member of the Yacht Club. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Sheerin are at the lake for the summer season in the Peckham cot tage on the east side of the lake. Joseph Rittemier has been enter taining with a house party at his parents’ cottage on the west side of the lake. Guests at the Ritte mier cottage are Jack Hubert, Robert Thomas, William Pierce and Edgar Closson. Professor and Mrs. Alexander Judson of Indiana univeristy have been the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Birge at their summer home. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Milliken and son Walter and daughter June are at Maxinkuckee for the summer in the Johnson cottage, the “Bean- Pot.” Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Olmstead of Danville, 111., have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chester Albright at their summer home on the lake. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Robinson have had as their house guests Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Van Osdol of In dianapolis. Miss Mary Ann Lee of Rushville has been a guest for a w'eek, visiting Miss Jane Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gates are spending the week-end at their summer home. Harry Koss of Indianapolis has been visiting at the Behmer cottage on Long Point as the house guest of Miss Helen Behmer. Emmett Low ery visited Eugene Behmer during this week. Mr. and Mrs. Donald son Trone had as their house guests for a few days of the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Donnelly, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miles and John Wood ruff. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richey of In dianapolis visited Mr. and Mrs. Stu art Dean at their summer home. Mr. and Mrs. Edw'ard J. Bennett and family have opened their cot tage for the summer. Mr. Bennett is secret ary-treasurer of the Maxin kuckee Yacht Club. Mrs. Wesley Shea entertained a few guests this week at a swimming party at her summer cottage. Later bridge was played on the pier, where refreshments were served. Mrs. Shea's guests were Mesdames Myron Cosier, Croel Conder, Paul Krauss, Jr., and Donaldson Trone. Miss Marjorie Kittle came Wednesday to spend the summer with her mother. Mrs. John Sloane Kittle, at the Kittle cottage. “Fair Winds.” Mrs. Wellington Arthur Jones has gone to Pawpaw Lake. Mich., to spend the week-end. She will return to her cottage Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Home and two daughters. Betsy and Mamie, are at the lake for the summer. Joseph Miner Jr. is a house guest at the Home cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barry have as their house guests over the week-end at their cottage ‘Hilltop,” Mr. and Mrs. Ern est Van Duser, Mr. and Mrs. Don ald Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sopkins. Miss Dean Rogers, Miss Mary Koehler and Miss Betty Conder went to Lake Wawasee Friday to at- THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES tend a dance. Mrs. Cone Barlow was hostess for a foursome at a bridge tea Thursday afternoon at her summer home. Guests were the Mesdames Chester Albright, Paul H. Krauss Jr., and Theodore Locke. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wilcox, Miss Cozette Scholl, and Robert Black burn visited this week at Maxin kuckee landing. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Flanagan entertained guests at a house party for several days this week. They were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Payne. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harold and Mrs. Clara Stutz all of Indianapolis, F. G. Hinmiller of La fayette, and Mr. and Mrs. Noel Cook of Delphi. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Vonnegut and Mrs. F. A. Gallagher have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Good all. Miss Dean Rogers was hostess this week for a lawn party in honor of house guests, who were Miss Mary Koehler. Miss Winifred Teetor, F. Delbrook Lichtenberg and Frank Reisoner. Croquet, ping-pong and water sports provided the enter tainment. Guests with the visitors were Misses Jean Underwood. Ro wena Hayner, Caroline Withrow. Betty Conder and Michael de Blu menthal, Richard Conder, Robert Wimmer, Edward Horner and S. E. Perkins IV. Miss Virginia Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hamilton has been visiting Miss Sarah Ann Adams at her parent’s cottage. Miss Adams and Miss Hamilton, accom panied by Miss Alice Shirk, attend ed the dance at Woodstock Country Club Tuesday night. S. E. Perkins IV has motored to Chicago following a short visit with his parents at Maxinkuckee. Mau rice Yarger. John Pollock and George Campbell, all of South Bend, were guests of Miss Dean Roger at her parent’s cottage at Maxinkuckee Landing. ELK CERVUS CLUB TO BE ENTERTAINED Mrs. Eugene Blackburn will be hostess for the covered dish lunch eon meeting of the Elk Cervus Club at 12:30 Monday at the Catholic community center. The committee in charge includes Mrs. Otis McCracken, general chairman; Mrs. Max Patton, trans portation; Mrs. John Cronin, prizes, and Mrs. Carl Neerman, publicity. Reservations may be made with any of the committee or with Mrs. W. L. Echart. Sails on Summer Cruise ) jjP* iff W 1,,. fk Miss Marian Barnard, with her mother, Mrs. Harry E. Barnard, 5050 Pleasant Run parkway, is aboard the S. S. Re liance on a North Cape Cruise. They sailed July 1 from New York. One of the season’s most charming brides is Mrs. Colin Jameson, who was Miss Betty Gould, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morton L. Gould. 4150 North Illi nois street, before her marriage July 2. The ceremony took place at the Gould home and Mr. Jame son and his bride are spending the summer at Santa Barbara. They will make their winter residence in New York. Miss Abigail Hart announces the engagement of her niece, Miss Florence Therese Meloy, to Philip Leo Early, son of Mrs. E. F. Early. The wedding will take place August 5 at the SS. Peter and Paul cathedral. Mrs. Minor Cpnn was Miss Martha Lou Kenney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Kennedy, 4456 Central avenue, before her mar riage June 30. Mr. and Mrs. Conn are at home in Santiago, Cuba. The marriage of Miss Eileen O'Connor to M. Robert Dinnin took place last Saturday at the SS. Peter and Paul cathedral. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. O'Connor, 1423 North Pennsylvania street. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Mor ris announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Katharyn Morris, to John Heid, which took place July 2. The couple will be at home after July 15 at 1044 West Thirty-sixth street. NEWS OF SOCIETY FOLK Miss Ruth Rowe, who has been studying voice at the Irvington School of Music, has returned to her home in Terre Haute. Miss Adelaide Conte, instructor and director of the Irvington School of Music, will spend the summer in New York. Dr. Joseph L. Storey, 3434 North Illinois street, left for New York Thursday night, and will sail for Europe Saturday at noon. Dr. Storey will spend part of the sum mer studying in Vienna and will re turn to Indianapolis about Sept. 1. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Weaver and son are visiting at Scarsdale Lodge in Scarsdale, N. Y. Mrs. Jack Stevens and Mrs. J. Hart Laird have been visiting A Century of Progress exposition in Chicago. Miss Ruth Ross, 1407 North Olney street, is spending ten days with her aunt, Miss Ida Kott Zimmerman, in Chicago. She has been visiting the world’s fair. Mr. and Mrs.'Franklin N. Taylor and daughter, Miss Florence, 1015 North New Jersey street, will leave Sunday to spend a week in Chicago. Miss Marian Barnard —Photo by W. Hurly Ashby. Muncie Woman Is Hostess at Party in City Mrs. Ralph Coe of Muncie, enter tained this afternoon at the home of her aunt, Mrs. John Nickerson, 515 North Emerson avenue, for Mrs. Paul M. Clay of San Mateo, Cal. Mrs. Clay is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Renard, 5337 North Delaware street. Guests included Mrs. Renard, Mesdames Harry Boggs, William Jarrett, James Gray, Sidney Rice, Lawrence Eby, William Harbison, Clyde Blackard, Glenn Harsh, Harry Ostermeyer, Stowell Wasson and Mrs. H. L. Mailander and Miss Catherine McCormick of Chicago. Mrs. Clay was honored Friday when Mrs. W. G. Mac Nab enter tained with a luncheon bridge at the Marott. Those attending were Mesdames J. G. Van Orsdall, James E. Brown, Robert T. Sanders, Arthur E. Strathman, O. R. Hutto, Mrs. Renard and Mrs. Kenneth Eberts. Mrs. William A. Smith and Mrs. George P. McConnell of Louisville, Ky„ who are the house guests of Mrs. Mac Nab, also attended the luncheon. Mrs. Samuel Lewis Shank and Miss Clara Gilbert, Golden Hill, will go to Chicago Monday to attend the national convention of B. P. W. They will attend Indiana day at A Century of Progress exposition Thursday. Mrs. Richard M. Hennessey and daughter Jane, 340 East Maple road, have returned from Springfield, 111. They have as their guest, Miss Jane Fitzgerald of Springfield. Mrs. G. S. Wainwright and Miss Charlotte Wainwright, 3906 Wash ington boulevard, left today for a two week's visit in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Habbe, 4848 Central avenue, have returned from Lake Geneva and White Fish Bay, Wis. Judge and Mrs. Smiley N. Cham bers and Smiley Jr. are spending the summer at Miami Beach, Fla. Misses Norma S. Skinner and Mamie L. Larsh and Mrs. A. Otto Abel are attending the national As sociation of Altrusa Clubs conven tion at Atlantic City. Mrs. Don Hawkins, who is on a Mediterranean trip, now is in Cairo, Egypt. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Bailey have as their guest at their home in Traders Point, Mr. Bailey's mother, Mrs. Olivia Bailey of De fiance, O. Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Matthews have as their guests Mrs. Matthews’ parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ; liam A. Schroeter and Miss Helda j Schroeter of St, Louis. WOMAN FROM EAST ; TO BE ENTERTAINED • Mrs. Rould C. Green of Provi-' dence, R. 1.. will be entertained at a dinner party to be given tonight by Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Balz, 32 Hampton drive. There will be ! eight guests. Mrs. Green, who is on her way to her summer home at Bay View, Mich., w r as honor guest at a din ner given Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Balz. Mothers to Meet Marion county chapter of the American War Mothers will meet at 1:30 Tuesday at the Columbia Club with Mrs. R. E. Kennington, presiding. Additional Society Page 6 PERMANENTS . THERE IS A HEST’ “DUR-O-LISTIC” (Method and Process) *I.OO to 810.00 Does Not Discolor White Hale BEAUTE ARTES 601 Roosevelt Bldf. LL 0676—Ns Appointment Necessary. Women Investors Given New Sense of Values by Depression, Says Advisor T. P. Burke Company Attache Says Time Now Is Ripe to Make Better Showing in Finances. BY HELEN LINDSAY WOMEN have learned to be sincere with each other. This, and the fact that they have gained anew sense of values through the days of the depression, are the two outstanding changes that Miss Annabelle Williams, advisor f or the women's investment department of T. P Burke & Cos., Inc., finds in the clients whom she interviews. .Miss Williams has had ten years’ experience in the investment business. She sits at a desk like those of the other advisors in the office. She deals in statistics and stocks, just as do the men. But it is doubtful if a man in the organization has to such a great degree the goal which Miss Williams expresses with a note of sincerity. “Women have been the victims of so many un scrupulous advisors in business matters in previous years, that I feel it is time they had a better chance in the financial world,” she says. “If I can help only a few women select investments that will bring them money in return, I shall be happy.” Young women, according to Miss Williams’ obser vations, are not anxious to invest for the future. They are too busy having a good time. The woman who desires legitimate, profitable investments is the one who has reached, or sees in the near future, middle age. She wants security for her old age. comforts for herself and her dependents, and she often attempts to gain these through investments. “I try to deal with each woman in an individual way,” Miss Williams says. “I try to have them tell me their stories of their accord. I want to know what they have to invest; what they need in the way of an income, and most important of anything. I try to analyze their dispositions, so that I can help them select an investment which is most suitable. “Some women are bom plungers. When this type of woman comes in, she usually tells me that she has so much money to invest, and de sires something that will make money quickly. I regret to say that the plunger type seldom is a good sport. If the stock which she selects does not bring in the returns she has expected, she is inclined to grumble. a tt a ‘ Tip ’ Investments Frowned On women come to me with ’tips’ on investments from friends V>/ or acquaintances. Usually they are the kind of investments of which I can not approve. Incidentally, I never tell a woman to invest in any certain stock. I explain to them that I have had much experience in this business and may know more than they do about it, just as they know their own business 'oetter than I would. “But I show them statistics (which it is sometimes hard for women to understand, until I explain them) and then let them make their own choice. "Disposition has much to do with the type of investment a woman should make. One woman came in to me today, inquiring about a stock which is making some rapid changes. She regretted that she had not bought it before, and questioned me about making the purchase now. “It was a good investment, in my opinion, but I couldn't let her buy it. She was the type of woman who is very timid and easily disturbed. If she had purchased that stock, she would not have been able to sleep tonight. "I advised her to buy a more conservative stock from which she can realize a comfortable, small return and she went home satisfied.” u tt a Freezer Has Ice Cube Crusher ANEW ice cream freezer is being shown at Charles Mayer’s, made with a separate attachment for crushing ice cubes. The entire equipment ! is mounted on a porcelain tray, and a book of recipes for numbers of j summer ices is included. ! The ice cube breaker i& like a food chopper. Instead of the grinding attachments used on food choppers, it has strong, pointed prongs, which break cubes into sizes suitable for the freezer. Miss Alice Read to Be Bride in Rites Tonight at Church The marriage of Miss Alice Louise Read, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mason W. Read, Shadeland drive, to Delbert R. Shearer, will take place at 8 tonight at the Old Bethel M. E. church. The Rev. Morris R. Kerr, church pastor, will read the ceremony before an altar banked WEDS CITY MAN lllliiii& - M, -^P’- Mrs. H. A. Alexander Mrs. H. A. Alexander was Miss Rebecca Thatcher, daughter of Dr. G. R. Thatcher of Waterville, Kan., before her marriage May 10 to Dr. Alexander, son of Mr. and Ms. John H. Alexander, 3333 North Capitol avenue. The couple will live in Boulder, Colo. Mrs. Alexander attended Ward- Belmont college, Nashville, Tenn., and was graduated from the Uni versity of Kansas, where she be longed to the Pi Beta Phi soror ity. Dr. Alexander is a grad uate of Indiana university med ical school. He is a member of the Sigma Chi and Phi Rho Sigma fraternities. V\\ FOR A CHANGE Let’s Have a W KOSHER Dinner Roast Chicken Dinner 55* Business Mans MENU SPECIAL LUNCHEON Chopped Liver or Gefilte _.__ __ Fish TABLES Chicken Noodle or Chicken Kreplach Soup We Serve ROAST CHICKEN PARTIES, With COLD Celery Dressin? BRIDGE pi , . Combination Salad FDAiEs Roast Potatoes n T'RSI j Dessert | Drink ILLBo Bread Delicatessen an( * Foods FAMILIES PRIME KOSHER RESTAURANT M fngu • Solomon’s 53% S. Illinois St. LI. 0653 Jtw j Upstair* Over Haar> Drug Store, I 4\ Corner Maryland and Illinois St*. PAGE 5 Mrs. Lindsay with palms, ferns and spring flow ers. William E. Greuling, violinist, and his daughter. Miss Mary Greuling, pianist, will play bridal airs during the ceremony. Mrs. Olga Wiesner Prange of Ft. Wayne, will sing. The briCe, to be given in mar riage by her father, has chosen white chiffon fashioned with a short train and a long veil of tulle. Her flowers will be white roses and baby breath. She will be attended by her sister, Miss Frances Read, as maid of honor. She will wear a gowm of blue organdy and carry tea roses and delphinium. Miss Tekla Behrman, bridesmaid, will be in a gown of peach organdy and carry similar flowers. Mrs. Read will wear browm and yellow and Mrs. Shearer, blue and white. Walter Perry will be best man and ushers are Amos Smith, Reese Meredith and Albert Mere dith. A reception for the immediate families and a few friends will be held following the ceremony at the Read home. The couple will be at home at 2418 East Sixteenth stret. Sororities Alpha chapter of Pi Sigma Tau sorority will hold initiation services tonight at the home of Miss Mar jorie Corielle, 1515 North Colorado avenue. Misses June Harding and Eleanor Schultz will be initiated. Misses Natalie Quigley, Betty Myers. Mary Lammert will be in charge. Buffet supper will follow the serv ices. Miss Helen Montani will enter tain the Delta Zeta Psi sorority at her home, Seventy-second street and state Road 31, Monday night. Theta Chi Omega and Omega Phi Tau sororities will hold a joint membership dance tonight at Ava lon country club. Each member will invite guests.