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Boat Racing Revived By Lake Colony Sail (’raft Events May be Held Annually at Wawasee. BY BEATRICE BURGAS’ Time* Wman‘i Pace Fditor T AKE WAWASEE Aug. 28. After several years' lapse, sail boat racing was revived this sum mer a l , Lake Wawasee. and with the renewed Interest a sailboat re gatta is expected to become a tra ditional event. The boats which have been racing this season will compete for sea son awards next Sunday and on Labor Day. In dianapolis cot tagers cheered for Roy Elder Adams' entry at the last race; with Morris Lanville Brown as skipper and Mr. Adams' daughter. Mrs. Brown, as crew the Adams Miss Kurgan boat raced from third place held through the first lap to the lrad during the second round and easily won over the B- Tr emoline. Maurice Blumberg's Ter •e Haute boat, which won first place in the previous Sunday’s races Betty-c. entry of Mark Honey well. Wabash, manned by Robert Strieby. Syracuse, .son of Mrs. Irene St richy Indianapolis, and Bert Ward, Syracuse, won second place in the Aug. 10 race and third on Aug 17. The Adams' boat was third on Aug 10. Dan Teetor, Hagerstown, with his son Jack as crew won first in the Cape Cod class in both races. Lothair Teetor. Hagerstown was second in the first competition, but J Everett Jones' entry, manned bv Arnold Jones. Anderson, followed Dan Teetor in the last race. Frank Levinson Jr., without crew, sailed to the front on Aug. 19, but he was second to H. E Wolf. Ft. Wayne, in the snipe class of the last race. Speedboats and motor boats fol lowed the sailing vessels on Aug. D. and in the free-for-all Mr. Adams boat. Tinker Toy. driven by hi> son-in-law. W’illiam C. Macom brr. Kendallville. finished second to Bob Romey. Ft. Wayne Krrn Interest in Rare In the final race npxt week-end interest will be centered in the rivalry between the Blumbcre and Adams entries, for with the accu mulation of points the Blumberg vessel has one point more than Adams Woll’s and Levinson's boats are tied for honors in the snipe boat Class. Mr. and Mrs. Will Rrmv's son died frequently sails with young Levinson. The Remy cottage is on the site of the cottage formerly owned by Fred Norris’ father. Mrs. Remv recently entertained with a house party, including Mrs. Charles Wattles. South Bend; Mesdames Hughes Patten. Alan Boyd, Joe Rand Beckett and George Kadel. all of Irdianapolis. Mr*. Reily C Adams during the summer has had her daughters, Mrs. Arthur C. Shea and Mrs! Woods A. Caperton Jr., and their families as guests. Her sister. Mrs. Eleanor Johnson, and Mrs. Frank Carter were with her another week. Mrs. Jeremiah Cadick visited the Macomber cottage, a gray shingled, green trimmed summer home simi lar to the Adams' home. Others Occupy Cottages Mrs. Carlos Recker's cottage was given to her by her uncle. Ovid D. Butler, son of Ovid Butler, founder of Butler University. The cottage originally was on North Shorp. but one winter he had the cottage moved across the ice-covcrcd lake to a lot boueht from the Vawter family, pioneer among the lake cottagers. This storv concludes a series concerning the early history of I-ake Wawasee. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Howell have returned from a trip to Balti more. Williamsport. Toledo and Lake Wawasee. A Day’s Menu Breakfast — Chilled mixed fruits, cere m. cream, egg nests, milk, coffee. Luncheon — Baked tomatoes stuffed with macaroni and cheese, whole wheat rolls 'baked while tomatoes are bak ing*. apple sauce, ginger bread, milk. tea. Dinner — Cream of mushroom soup, platter of cold cuts, vege table salad, toasted rolls, cream nee meringue, milk, coffee. t ’x % r-"*™ in TOOLS Iyc (EEQIEuSnEHIH2Ki^S Shos Repairing™™ VI Work railed for and Drlivrrrd Sunshine Cleaners Penn at Ohio St. OPEN LABOR DAY FROM 8 A. M. TO 1 1 A. M. IN PERMANENTS Rnd inch a rrmark- lc# on *rav. ~7 I /, ' \ poo. nook tnm. pnh- ■ half h| up aot. Ir only . rlaiuta / iJrrmrd—(lradulo Oporatora (Ton to Oil Shirloy J 5 \ also f U Va'a' Tempi* t umpirl* J ,'i ifpnoccun T ninn “ , |g| Children Find Pleasure at Lake Maxinkuckee V ' S ■■■■■/as. i.,. Manners and Morals BY JANE JORDAN kr* \ on about to sink under the weight of vour problem*? A letter to Jane Jordan ill g ive vou more insight into the trouble. Dear Jane Jordan—We both are 28 years old and have been married nine years. We have three darling children. Now here is my problem. My husband does some of the queer est things. For instance he will leave hi s w’ork and go on a party for two days and nights at a time, never coming home in the meantime. I never know where he is or when he is go ing. If I ask him where he has been Jane Jordan lie gets angry and leaves again. He says he loves me and only me. but what makes him act like that? Then sometimes he pouts for days over a trifle. He is gone on one of his queer trips now because he got angry when I w’ent to see my father whom I hadn't vis ited for nearlv two years. Please answer right away as I am desper ate. GRAY AT TWENTY-EIGHT. Answ’er—The saying that one ran makp war but it takes two to make peace is an incontrovertible truth. Troubles such as you relate arise only between people who are untrained in co-operation. I do not know what your faults are or what you do that makes your hus band feel the need of emotional vacations. Whatever it is his atti tude is that of a bachelor w’ho is free to walk out on situations that displease him. Many men will give up their freedom before marriage to act as an escort, but afterward they are bored with the domestic rou tine, with baby tending and with the uninteresting conversation of their wives. When evening comes they are restless and put on their hats to return to the more amus ing pursuits of their bachelor days. Such men are too low in co-operation to make good hus bands. They leave their wives to eat our their hearts in loneliness, or to find release for their ener gies in club or church work. But it is not the teamwork requisite for a successful marriage. Wives who are confronted with this problem seldom solve it on reasonable grounds. Weeping and recrim naiions are the only methods they know. You can try to make a better partner of your husband by first co-operating with him in something which he wishes to do and then by pleas antly requesting him to return the favor by co-operating with you in something which you wish to do. While most men abhor long per sonal conversations, it is still the only means of reaching any real understanding. Compromises which are satisfactory to both Dainty for Warm Days BY ELLEN WORTH Here's a pretty little washing frock, so simple to put together that daughter can sew it herself. The softly gathered bodice ends in cool flared sleeves, so does away with any sleeve difficulties. The original in red and white batiste print, was simply adorable. The shirtwaist collar of crisp white organdie, was accented by navy grosgram ribbon. Other nice suggestions for it are dotted swiss. checked tissue ging ham. dotted voile, striped lawn. etc. Style No P9O is designed for sizes 11. 13. 15 and 17 years. Size 15 re Enclosed find 15 cents for which send me Tattern No. 990. Name Street City State Size To obtain a pattern of this model, tear out the coupon and mail it to Ellen Worth. The Indi anapolis Times. 214 W. Maryland st. Indianapolis, with 15 cents in coins. must be made before people can pull together. Whether or not you succeed in making your husband co-operate with you in lasing problems in stead of running away from them depends partly on your ingenuity and partly on his ability to re spond. At least you can do your part. a a a Dear Jane Jordan—Two months ago a girl with whom I had gone for three years called upon me and I told me that she felt it would be best for us not to have any more dates. She said it would only make matters worse if she told me why. At that time I felt that her parents had something to do with it. but since then I wonder if it could be ! something else. I think I should know 7 her reasons for quitting me, but as yet have found out nothing. Don't you think I have that right? Should I go to her personally, write her a letter or drop the matter? WHAT NEXT. Answer—The trouble is that she may not know her reasons herself. It is very difficult to ex plain an instinctive emotional "no.” Even if she succeeds in finding reasons it is doubtful if you would get the real one. Do whatever will give you the most satisfaction. If you have the feel ing of an unfinished relationship, talk it over with her. In my. opinion it is always best for a man to accept a girl's “no" and not press his suit any farther. Don't let it get you dow’n. There are plenty of others to take her place if you look for them. COUPLE TO WED IN HOME CEREMONY Miss Elizabeth McCurry, niece of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Grayson, and Al fred H. Granneman, will be married by the Rev. R. C. Windhorst in their new' home. University Heights, to night. The house will be arranged with bouquets of yellow’, white and salmon dahlias. The bride will w’ear a yellow lace gown with matching hat and carry yellow roses. Her bridesmaid, Mis. Frank Pinella, will w'ear a blue lace gown. Mr. Pinella will be best man. The couple will leave on a trip to Wisconsin. Bride-to-Be Feted Miss Ruth Heldeman entertained Monday night at a bridal show'er in honor of Miss Katherine Clark w : ho will be married to Charles Faulk ner Saturday. Miss Betty Mercer assisted the hostess. Guests were Mesdames Collan Childress, Ray Caswell. Norman Cary and William Jenson: Misses Mabel Skinner. Mary Hall. Betty Greene. Nellie Tange man. Mary Fuller. Emily Hensley. Degarmo Spear. Pauline Bovard, Hilda Rosebrock and Kathleen Un der w'ood. quires 2 T s yards of 39-inch material with yard of 35-inch contrasting. Summer fashion book contains many more smart, cool vacation clothes. Price, 10 cents. S "jfr / J i'C' sfysl & 990 THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES fflk v. v Upper Lest —Elsie Ann Locke and Marjorie Ann Chambers. Upper Right—Roy. Betty Ann and Mary Robinson. Lower—Aleene Mueller and Suzanne Calweil. Children vacationing at Lake Maxinkuckee amuse themselves. In Mary Jo Albright's yard are swings, teeters and parallel bars, w’hich attract many of her playmates. Elsie Ann Locke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore L Locke, pushes Marjorie Ann Chambers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chambers, St. Louis, in the swung. Betty Ann. Maty and Roy Robin son. children of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Robinson, pity on the beach and Aleene Mueller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Mueller, sits on one of the parallel bars as Suzanne Calweil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Calw’ell, climbs up to sit beside her. Contract Bridge Today’s Contract Problem South starts ths bidding with one club, and West gets the contract for three no trump. North opens the jack of diamonds. When South gets in and is forced to lead a club, how should West play the hand? A J 10 S 7 2 y s ♦JIO9 S 7 5 3 A Void ♦KQ 6 5 jq A9 4 3 V 10 7 w r VA J 9 6 ♦ KQ 4 2 W *= 432 A A Q 8 * 4 Void Dealer *J 7 3 A A VK Q 5 4 A 6 AKIO9 6 5 4 2 Solution in next issue. 21 Solution to Previous Contract Problem BY W. E. M’KENNEY Secretary American Bridge League T HAD a pleasant surprise the other day when Phil Leon of Cleveland walked into my New York office. As soon as I saw Phil, I knew he was going to give me one of those unusual hands of his. In the days of auction, the Ex celsior Club team of Cleveland, of which Mr. Leon was a member, was acknowledged the greatest auc tion team of four in the country. They distinguished themselves one year by winning the two major auc tion events in both the American Whist League and the American Bridge League. In giving me today's hand. Mr. Leon said it came up in the recent Ohio state tournament. Mr. Leon, sitting in the West, took the first three tricks and then had to resort to an unusual play to defeat the contract. T TIS opening lead was the king : ■*■ of hearts, on which his part ner played the three. On the ace of hearts Mr. Leon's partner played the four and declarer dropped the queen. This definitely marked East with the ten of hearts. Mr. Leon now led the ace of dia monds. his partner played the ten spot, shouting loudly to continue diamonds, but declarer dropped the jack. West now reasoned that South probably held five spades and five clubs, and therefore to continue with a diamond would do no good. West could also see that declarer had no possible in-card to dummy and. if he held the ace-queen of clubs, he would be forced to lay down the ace of clubs, which would capture West's singleton king. Leon decided to make what generally is considered a poor play. He laid down the jack of hearts, knowing that declarer could ruff in cne hand and discard in the other But this was exactly what Leon wanted. Declarer trumped the trick in dummy with the deuce of spades, discarding the four of clubs from his own hand. Now declarer felt quite satisfied, because he had been wondering how he could get into dummy to take the club finesse. He led the jack of clubs from dummy, allowing it to ride, and West won the trick with A65 4 2 y 6 2 4QS 5 2 A J 10 3 A 8 3 N A 10 9 yAK J 9 w/ r VlO 4 3 87 W . fc 4KIO 6 3 ♦AS ’ 4 _ , •? SG 3 2 •fr K Dealer A AKQJ I y Q 5 4 J A A Q 9 7 I 1 Duplicate—All vul South Vest North Fast 14, 2 y Pass Pass 3 4 3 V Pass Pass 3 4 4 y 4 * Pass Pass Tass Opening lead —V K his singleton king, defeating the contract. West had planned a very clever trick, for which even the smartest of players would have fallen. (Copyright. I£T35 NEA Service, Inc.) LUNCHEON GIVEN FOR HOUSE GUEST Mrs. Ord Everman entertained with a. luncheon and bridge party yesterday at Highland Golf and Country Club in honor of Mrs. Catherine MacDonald. Muskegon, Mich Mrs. MacDonald with her children, Donald and Betty, are house guests of her sister, Mrs. Wal ter R. Mayer. Guests at the party were Mes dames Verd Mayer, Clarence Tur ner, Marie Schlee, W. W. Allison, Walter R. Mayer. Will Arnett. Hazel Hayes, Pearl Stewart, W. Hoover and Mrs. Reah Kasten, Kokomo. SHOWER FETES RECENT BRIDE Pink and blue appointments and summer flowers were used as dec orations at the miscellaneous show er given yesterday by Mrs. Louis G. Lay in honor of Mrs. Robert W. Fessler, formerly Miss Frances Shera. Guests were Mesdames Frank D. Shera, Robert H. Fessler. Otto Au gostat, Albert Briney, William D. Craig. Charles Deeter, Amelia Fish, John Hauck. Charles Hess, George Hess. Charles Lay, Edwin Lay, Rob ert Reeves. Charles Ruehl and James Stewart: Misses Florence Daniels, Maude Griffin. Elizabeth, Harriet and Liza Scott and Kate and Mable Voris. WELCOME Legionnaires and Wives Permanent Wave Croquig- Shampoo nole Rinse or v I Finger Spiral I Wave $6 Value | End Curls Completely Dried Shampoo. Rinv*. Finger 0(* Wme and End Curl* "3C 210 Kresge Bldg. McMickle Shops All Over the City Club’s Lawn to Be Scene I of Wedding Deloris McDaniel Will Become Bride of Herbert Sweet. Rots and girls enrolled this sum mer in Oakcroft. the day camp of Miss Delons McDaniel and Herbert Sweet, will take part in the wed ding of Miss McDaniel end Mr. Sweet late this afternoon on the lawn of the Meridian Hills Country Club. Twenty-six boys and girls will form an aisle through which the bridal party will pass. Sydney Sullivan and Patty Ann Gass will be flower girls and Ruth Hubbard will be ring bearer. Sydney and Patty Ann will be dressed alike in yellow net and will carry min ature colonial bouquets, duplicates of the bride's. Ruth in white organdy will carry the ring in a white basket, lined with rose petals. The ceremony, to be read by Dr. J. Ambrose Dunkel, will be held be ; fore a rose trellis. Clusters of summer flowers and evergreens will surround the treiis and the couple will kneel on a white stool for the benediction. The chil dren will hold white satin ribbons to form the aisle and corsages of flow ers will mark their places. The bride will be given in mar riage by I. W. Sturgeon. Her white | mousseline de soie gown will be [ worn with a fitted jacket designed with ruffles around the neckline, the shoulder seams and on the train falling from it. Bands of ruf ! fles will edge the skirt. Her Mitzi hat of w’hite mousseiine | de soie will have its crowm covered with gardenias and w’hite asters, also to be used in the back beneath the upturned brim. Her Colonial bouquet will be of gardenias, white asters, and roses. Mrs. C. Basil Fausset and Miss | Martha Metcalf will be bridesmaids. Mrs. Fausset’s yellow mousseline de soie gown will have a waist length cape trimmed w’ith wide ruffles, and bands of ruffles on the skirt will begin at the knees in front, circling into a point above the hips in back. Miss Metcalf’s turquoise moussel ine de soie gown will have sleeves formed by three rows of ruffles and a ruffled skirt. They will wear combs of flowers in their hair and their Colonial bouquets will be of yellow roses, gladioli single blooms and delphin ium. Mrs. Sturgeon, mother of the bride, will wear a gowm of chart reuse starched organdy with a chartreuse picture hat and navy blue accessories, and Mrs. Jerome Sweet, St. Petersburg. Fla., the bridegroom’s mother, will attend in a pink lace gowm w’orn with a w’hite picture hat. Philip C. Sweet, St. Petersburg, will be his brother's best man, and Henry Gibson and Joseph Cahill | will be ushers. At a reception following the cere mony. assistants will be Mrs. Henry Unger, Misses Carolyn Hitz, Janet Bradley. Mabel Espey and Helen DeVelling. The couple will leave on a trip to Cleveland and Canada. The bride's three-piece brown crepe suit is de signed with a Roman striped tucked blouse, with a drawstring neckline. Her accessories will be brown. After Sept. 15 the couple will re turn here to live at 4530 Washing ton-blvd. The bride attended Butler Uni- /TMJUS T r ELECTRIC WATER HEATER provides Unlimited HOT WATER Service . . . 'ij # Have all the hot water you desire IN STANTLY, at the turn of a faucet! Auto matic hot water is no longer an expensive luxury ... it’s a low priced necessity, now that the ELECTRIC Water Heater oper- I ates on current for as low as lc per kilo #watt hour. You may rent it it $1.25 per month, or buy it outright at $lO down 1 i ELECTRICITY Double meter registers night consumption at rates that go down to lc per KWH. Heater heats and stores sufficient water during low rated night period to answer average demands during next day. Call Riley 7621 for complete ENGAGED SBm K j3 : A Miss Lillian Frances Hunt Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hun t. Shadeland Park, announce the en gagement of their daughter. Miss Lillian Frances Hunt, to H. Albert Helms, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C Helms. The wedding will take place Sept. 1 at the Woodruff Place Baptist Church. Miss Bohn Wed in Church Rite at Terre Haute l!;j ’1 nncs Special TERRE HAUTE. Ind.. Aug. 28. At Methodist Temple here today the Rev. Leroy Brown, assisted by Dr. B. D. Beck, officiated at the wed ding of Miss Marcia Hallam Bohn, daughter of Mrs. Elena Goldsmith Bohn, Boston, and Alexander Evans Cochran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex ander W. Cochran. Indianapolis. The altar was arranged with palms. Southern smilax. white gladioli and baby breath and was lighted by candles in seven branched candelabra. Pev’s were marked with w’hite satin ribbon tied with white gladioli, baby breath and ferns. Frederick L. Black Jr., or ganist, played bridal music. The bride appeared in a traveling costume of brow’n crepe, trimmed with eggshell satin and worn with eggshell and brown accessories and a corsage of cream orchids and lilies of the valley. Mrs. Cochran’s gown was of copper crepe and satin, worn with brown accessories. Her corsage w’as of Talisman roses. Mrs. Bohn's green ensemble was trimmed with logwood brow’n mole fur. Her cor sage w’as of gardenias. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Wom an's Department Club for members of the immediate families and close friends. The table w r as arranged with a placque of white roses, baby oreath and greenery and lighted by tapers. The couple left on a month’s trip to Quebec, Canada, Swampscott, Mass.. Boston and New York. After Oct. 1 they will live at 625 E. Maple rd, Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. H. b. Hartsock are visiting at the Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. William Raffensper ger are vacationing at Lake Wa wasee. versity and is a member of Alpha Chi Omega. Mr. Sw’eet, graduate of Butler, is a member of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. AUG. 28, President of Club to Be Honored Sept. 25 Event to Open Wednesday Afternoon Season. Members of the Wednesday Af ternoon Club with their year's pro gram arranged are awaiting the opening of the season on Sept. 25, when Mrs. A. A. Dunn and Mrs. John Horne will be hostesses for the president's day celebration. The Bible study for the year will be based on Women of the Bible,” and the literary theme will be "Women.'' Mrs. Bob Shank will discuss "Cleopatra' by Weigall at the first program meeting. Oct. 9. when Mrs. C. W. Shaffer and Mrs. R W. Rob erson will be hostesses. “Marie An toinette" by Zweig will be the sub ject Oct. 23. On Nov. 13 Mrs. Noble Hiatt will talk on ' Anne Hutchin son" by Rugg. Minister to Speak The Rev. E. A. Clegg will tell a Christmas story on Dec. 11. Mrs. L. I. Bland and Mrs. C. C. Rothman will be hostesses. Mrs. Homer Trot ter will present a review of "Thr Gorgeous Hussy" by Hopkins on Jan. 8 Mrs. Charles Trotter and Mrs. Elizabeth Bradford will be hostesses. "Lucinda" will be the topic on Jan. 22. A night meeting >s sched uled for Feb. 12 and hostesses will be Mesdames Willard Peek, J. W. Spicer. Fred Chastain. Dewey Laue. Joe Kettery, William Burcham. R J. Johanson and N. C. Steffy. Mrs. Paul Ameter will talk on j "Clara Barton - ’ by Epler, and Mrs. Johanson on "Twenty Years at Hull House’’ by Jane Addams on Feb. 26. At the next meeting on March 11 Mrs. F. M. McKinstray will talk on I“A Daughter of Samurai’’ following ja luncheon. Election of officers will |be held. The program committee I members will be hostesses. Guest Day Set "At 33" by Eva Le Galliene and "Women Over Forty” by Trent will be the topics of Mrs. Roy Horne and Mrs. A. F. Walsman, respec tively. on March 25. “My Story" by Mary Roberts Rinehart will be on the program of April 8. Mrs. Marian F. Gallup will talk on "Modern Trends in Women's Prisons” on April 22, and Mrs. Har jry Schwab on "Old Maid" on May 13. Guests will be entertained on May 7 when hostesses will be Mes dames Harold Trotter. Homer Brit an. Frank L. Thomas. Stanley Price, William Kelly, Robert L, Guedel and A. A. McCray. The year’s program will close with a picnic on June 10 when Mrs. Eva W’right and Mrs. Schw’ab will be hostesses. Recent Bride Honored Evadne Club entertained with a. miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Russell Cross, formerly Miss Ethel Finley, last night at the home of Miss Dorothy Palmer. The club will meet at 8 tonight at the home of Miss June Smay, 3130 N. Cap itol-av. “Shop the Town Then Shop Us” For Fine Quality Furs at Low Prices INDIANA FUR CO. 29 E. OHIO ST.