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Masses -of rambler roaes. combined
with daisies, tall palms, ferns and smllag,
gave Downey Avenue Christian church
the appearance of a June garden for the
wedding of Miss Sara Margaret Tarnell,
’ whose marriage to Edward L. Baird took
place last night.
Rev. Charles Winders, formerly pas
tor of the church, read the service.
Eight young women, close friends of
- the bride, In white organdie frocks,
. acted as ushers and preceded the bride
In the processional.
The group Included Miss Anna Fansett,
Miss Lillian Fausett, Mrs. Laura Living.
Miss Mabel LeFevre, Miss Josephine
Franklin, Miss Mildred Louise Dillman,
Miss Coza Kitchen and Mrs. Mary Fau
sett.
Miss Verna Sweetman, organist, and
Miss Grace Hartman, violinist, played the
wedding march, and Mrs. Kay Hamilton
sang a group of bridal airs, preceding
the ceremony.
The bride wore a beaded Georgette
gown over satin and carried a shower
bouquet of Mrs. Aaron Ward roses.
Following the ceremony a reception
wag held at the home of the bride’s par
ents, 61 South Hawthorne lane.
Mr. and Mrs. Baird have gone on a
wedding trip and will be at home after
July 15 in Shelbyville.
• • •
Mrs. I. T. Plasters, 13S West Tenth
street, has gone to Virginia for a two
month visit.
• • •
Miss Florena Dlppell, violinist; Misa
Joan Kondzlela, violinist; Miss Clarissa
Dlppell, cellist, and Eva Freeman, pian
ist, all of the Indiana College of Music
and Fine Arts, have started on a three
months' concert tour -of the south and
middle west. En route they will play
for the national convention of the Op
timists club at the Stattler hotel In
St Louis.
• • •
Mrs. Gllvert Gardner, who has been
the guest of Mrs. Earl -Welsenberg and
Mrs. William G. Tallentire, has re
turned to her home In Greensburg.
• • a
Ladies of the Central Avenue Metho
dist church Bible class gave a recep
tion in the parlors of the church Tues
day afternoon la honor of Mrs. J. L.
D. Chandtor of Venice, Cal., forme;
teacher of the class, and Mrs. O. M.
Pittinger. the new teacher. A program
was given by Miss Grace Woods, pian
ist ; Mrs. George Reeder, vocalist; Miss
Esther Jane Johnson, Boprano; Miss
Beulah Stockdale, pianist, and Mrs.
Lloyd Elliott, accompanist.
* • •
Mrs. Samuel M. Ralston will entertain
the members of the Kappa Alpha Theta
Alumni club Saturday with a garden
party. Mrs. J. T. Wheeler of the Kenil
worth apartments Is president of the
organization.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Wtllls of Vin
cennes have come to Indianapolis for
residence.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Buchanan and Miss
Beatrice Gochet of 1444 North Meridian
street, have gone to Lake Tippecanoe to
spend the summer.
• • •
Miss Florence Brewer of Southport
entertained the girls of the 1620 club
with a luncheon today at her home. The
guests Included Miss Marian Booth, Miss
Dorothy Cnrnick. Miss Marie Boyle. Miss
Martha Gettle, Miss Katherine Muilis,
Miss Beatric -Booth, Miss Isabella Mat
thews. Miss Marianne Holmes, Miss Vio
let Archer and Miss Alma Sickler as
chaperone.
ROSES SHOWERED
ON MURAT NOBLES
Indianapolis Shi'mers* Stunts
Bring Applause.
Special to The Time*.
PORTLAND, Ore.. June 23—Nobles of
Murat temple of Indianapolis were show
ered with roses as they marched In the
great parade at the national convention
of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine here.
A total of 141 temples were represent
ed In the parado.
01 these the Muxtr jjas the only tem
ple giving exhibition drills along the
line of march and It drew much of the
applause.
The gatllng gun squad performed Its
famous drills in most of the hotels, form
ing pyramids and performing other
stunts.
At the 6ame time the Murat chanters
drew applause in the hotel lobbies.
The Murat noble* will go to Los An
geles Friday, some of th-m stopping oS
at San Francisco for the democratic na
tional convention.
From Los Angeles they will return
heme.
The forty-sixth annual session of the
Mystic Order of Shrine will settle down
to routine business here today in con
trast with the hilarious festivities that
prevailed last night.
The principal feature of today’s ses
sion will be the consideration, presumed
to be favorable, of a proposition to es
tablish In this country a Mystic
Shrlners* home for . friendless orphans
and crippled children.
The Idea is accredited to Imperial
Potentate W. Freeland Kendricks of
Philadelphia.
The shrlner s conclave today will also
take under consideration application for
charters creating new temples through
out the" country.
These applications have been np for
Investigation before committee* of the
imperial council for some time and their
reports wUI be rendered today.
Election of imperial council officers Is
also scheduled for today’s session.
The only competition expected to de
velop Is that for the office of outer
guard.
The higher officials ordinarily rise by
regular succession.
Woman, 90, Regains
Sight After 15 Years
BURLINGTON, Col. June 23.—Mrs.
Caroline Vogt, 90, is able to see for the
first time in fifteen years following a
most remarkable surgical operation.
Mrs. Vogt’s sight has been fully re
stored by an operation that was de
layed for years because of the fear that
she would be unable to withstand the
shock In her advanced years.
Hold Two of ‘Mob
Court* in Duluth
DULUTH, Minn., June 23.—Two whits
men charged with being members of
the mob “court” that "tried” the six
negroes -in the city jail before the lynch
ing of three of them Tuesday night, are
held In the couDty Jail.
Meetings
The Ttmee Drum Corps will play for
the lawn fete which is to be given Thurs
day night in Spades park for the benefit
es the Teachers college by the Mothers'
elnb of Kindergarten No. 7.
Toung ladles of Assnmptlon parish will
give a hard times dance tonight in their
hall at 1106 Blaine avenue.
MOTHERSTkIEND
Expecfdnt Mothers
Used Dy Three Generations
At All Druggist*
S—U M.lfcAri mA Bmhr. Fmt
Sorority Worker
iil|
Mrs. O. S. Tolle.
Among enthusiastic sorority women
of Indianapolis Is Mrs. O. S. Tolle, 510
Middle' drive. Woodruff Place, who was
recently elected president of the Theta
Alpha alumni chapter of Delta Gamma.
Owing to the national policy of the
organization. Delta &nmma has but one
active chapter in Indiana, and -that Is
located in Indiana university.
The Indianapolis alumni chapter is
composed of fifty women from various
colleges over the country.
A state picnic is being planned for
July 16, at Garfield park, to which all
Delta Gammas in Indiana are invited
to attend.
Miss Esther Hurst is In charge of the
general arrangements.
Other alumni officers Include Miss
Hurst, vice president; Mrs. Ralph
Showalter, recording secretary; Mr3.
Mark Rinehart, corresponding secretary;
Miss Gladys Webb, treasurer; Miss Ruth
Cheney, apehora editor; and Miss Hurst,
pan-hellenic delegate.
Woman Returned to
Muncie by Detective
Detective John Shea of Muncie. today
took Blanche Nicewander, 1217 Villa
avence, to Muncie, where she will be
charged with grand larceny.
The woman was arrested by Detectives
Winkler and Fields who charged her
with being a fugitive.
Tbe police allege she stole an automo
bile In Muncie from Walter Barlow,
and driving the car to Indianapolis sold
it to CecU Williams of the Williams Taxi
Company, 111 Kentucky avenue, for
11,120.
The Side Dish of Yesterday—
The Main Dish of Today
I ntil modern methods of cooking made beans really palata
ble and easily digestible, this wonderful food was regarded
merely as a side dish.
Today, many a family makes Phoenix Pork and Beans the
main dish at its most enjoyable meals.
That is because of the Phoenix flavor, quality, and cookery.
You just simply can’t help wanting to eat your fill of these
tasty, toothsome beans.
/
And the delicious Phoenix tomato sauce gives the dish a
piquant taste that is a spur to even a jadtfd^ippetite.
See for yourself if this isn’t true. Get a can of Phoenix
Beans today. \ou’ll have the first of a series of delightful
meals.
PHOFNIY
JL 1 xL
PORK
Schriull & Cos. WWm Indianapolis
Interest in Reading
Grows With Contest
The opening of the second week of tbe
summer reading contest, conducted by
tbe public libraries for tbe Indianapolis
school children, shows a large number of
contestants.
The creation of interest in better lit
erature is the chief purpose of the con
test
Librarians and school officials for
some time have been noticing the ten
dency of the children to read *a low
grade of literature during the summer
months and thought that a contest re
quiring the reading of the better books
of literature would stimulate an interest
for them.
Booklets with the rules of the con
test and a list of fifty books, out of
which ten must be read during the con
test, are being issued tc the children
from tbe various library branches.
At the completion of’the ten books a
diploma is awarded and the school of
which t’ua 'child Is a member will be
credited with a certain number of points.
The contest will be continued through
out tbe summer.
Taking Applications
for Victory Medals
The United States army recruiting sta
tion is now issuing application blanks
to those who care to have victory
medals.
Any officer or enlisted man of the
United States army In the recent world
war is entitled to one of these medals.
Those wishing to apply for the medals
may get application blanks at the re
cruiting station 102 South Illinois
street, upon presentation of their orig
inal discharge certificates.
The medals are something similar to
SAY “DIAMOND DYES'*
Don’t streak or ruin youi material In
a poor dye. Insiet on “Diamond Dyes.”
Easy directions in every package.
GIRLS! LEMONS j
BLEACH; WHITEN {
Make Lemon Lotion to Double \
Beauty of Your Skin f
Sqoees* the Juice of two lemons Into
• bottle containing three ounce* of
Orchard White which can be had at any
trug store, shake well and you have a
quarter pint of harmless and delightful
lemon bleach for few cents.
Massage this sweetly fragrant lot’.o
Into the face, neck, arms and hards each
day, then shortly note the beauty of
your skin.
Famous stage beauties use lemon Jtifce
to bleach and bring that eoft, clear,
rosy-white complexion. Lemons have
slwaya been used as a frackie, sunburn
tnd tan remover. Make this up and try
It.—Advertisement.
IISDiAIN A DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1920.
those presented to men who took parts
In the various other campaigns, such as
the Boxer rebellion, tbe Spanish-Amer
ican war and the Philippine occupation.
Resume Gislf Trade
With Plague Recess
VERA CRUZ, Mexico, June 23.—Coast
wise traffic which was partly suspended
because of the bubonic plague outbreak
was fully resumed today. '
Two deaths and two new suspected
cases of the plague were reported Tues
day.
The doctors handling tbe plague sit
uation say they are satisfied with tbe
progress made, but continued rainfalls
are hampering threir work to some ex
tent.
GET RID OF YOUR FAT
Thousands of others have gotten rid of theirs WITHOUT DIET
ING OR EXERCISING often at the rate of over a pound a day and
WITHOUT PAYMENT until reduction has taken place.
I am a licensed practicing physician and personally
select the treatment for each individual case, thus en
abling me to choose remedies that will produce not
IT y-S 'S °nly a loss of weight harmlessly, but which will also
relieve you of all the troublesome symptoms of over-
WfL stoutness such as shortness of breath, palpitation,
indigestion, rheumatism, gout, asthma, kidney trouble
’M and various other afflictions which often accompany
■ overstoutness.
JJ k, M'k My treatment will relieve that depressed, tired,
os, V /fipa sleepy feeling, giving you renewed energy and vigor,
JEpvk \ a result of the loss of your superfluous fat.
Wassß \\ mil You 3XB not required to change in the slightest
WBf \\ KSm from y°ur regular mode of living There Is no diet*
sL/ P ing or exercising. It is simple, easy and pleasant to
take.
If you are overstout do not postpone but sit down right now and send
for my FREE TRIAL TREATMENT and my plan whereby I am to be
PAID ONLY AFTER REDUCTION HAS TAKEN PLACE if you so desire.
DR. R. NEWMAN, Licensed Physician State of New York
286 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Desk D-60
The Tea That Has Found
favor where only the best i & demanded.
Packed only in Tin to keep the Flavor in.
IZpdguqyslea
Full satisfaction, or money refunded.
Indiana Realtors in
Race With Ohio Body
Fred Taylor, president of the National
Association of Real Estate Boards, and
Tom Ingeraoll, secretary of the associa
tion, are expected to attend the annual
convention of the Indiana Real Estate
association, to be held in Muncie, Oct. 12,
13 and 14.
A conference is being held at Muncie
by officials of tbe organization to make
tentative plans for the convention.
G. D. Garhart, Kokomo, president of
the Indiana Real Estate association; Roy
M. Frledley, president of the Muncie Real
Estate Board, and Earl Bullock, Indian
apolis, executive secretary of the state
organization, attended the conference.
Indiana stands tied for second place In
the number of real estate boards affiliated
with the national organization, with Illi
nois and Michigan, according to figures
compiled at national headquarters.
Efforts will be made before tbe conven/
tion to affiliate at least three more boards
with the national organization, thus tak
ing tbe lead away from Ohio.
Indiana at present has twelve boards
in the national organization and Ohio has
fourteen.
%“ US^HRgs &Co-
7he Ayres Balcony Beauty Shop f
Has Installed the Latest Improved
Model Frederic Permanent Hair
Waving Machine -
—Than which there is none better. This last word, as it were, in perma
nent hair waving devices, is of such perfection that we gladly guarantee
its wave for six months, and during this time shampooing the hair or
getting the hair wet while in swimming serve only to re-establish more
firmly the original lovely ripple of this wave. This newest model presents
the steaming process modified and improved to the nth degree of perfec
tion in point of results.
It is the enthusiastic testimony of many women who have had their hair waved
by this method that they would not again experience the inconvenience and very
often ineffective efforts of dressing uncurled, unsuccessfully waved, or unbecomingly
waved hair as they did before their Jiair was permanently waved by the Frederic ap.
paratus. As soon as the waved locks grow out these women have the new hair waved
again.
For particulars of this new Ayres Balcony Beauty Shop service, call in person or telephone
the department.
The Price Reduction Sale Continues
All First-Class Hair Goods
Every piece in stock has been price-cut, and although this price reducing is in time
liness with the Round-Up Sale, the per cent, of reduction is correspondingly drastic.
Included are switches, transformations, curls, braids, puffs and special show pieces—
all regular stock. Observe these remarkably low prices.
SWITCHES
tin every shade er.cept gray.
$4.45 and $6.70
TRANSFORMATIONS
V In plain shades at
$4.84 and $8.95
A Bargain in Sophia Hair Nets
Cap Shapes and all Colors but Gray
85c the Dozen Nets
_ —Ayres—Balcony.
“\rOU can lead a horse to a trough, but you can’t
A make him drink,” is the old, yet true expression*
Nearly everybody has been lead to understand that
Nature provides the most beneficial correctives for
stomach disorders —especially constipation. Yet, thous- '
ands of people fail to drink out of Nature’s fountains.
This is due, often, to the lack Fruited Wheat or Fruited Oats are
of knowledge of true dietary tempting, delicious and appetiz- <
principles. ing. You cannot help but smack
, , your lips and say—A-a-a-h ! 1
how, science has prepared a
super-food —crowded with health
giving properties. Therefore why submit to harsh
T ANARUS,„ , medicines which make you shud-
Ttm iood, Fruited Wheat and der and exclaim _ Ugh J J
Fruited Oats, brings to you in
easily digestible form—a com
bination of fruits and whole Enjoy a laxative health food
grains—Nature’s laxatives. in true palatable form.
Government Balked
at Getting- Employes
Civil service examinations will be held
July 7 for applicants for positions ot
calculating machine operators, adclrcs
sograph operators and feeders, posting
machine operators, mechanics and ex
perts, departmental service (Washington,
I). C.) employes, apprentice fish^K
lets, bureau of fisheries
mestic science teachers and India
ice employes.
The examination is due to the T
that enough applicants for such p*
tlons were not obtained at a recent
aminatlon, said Fred A. Lorenz, act:
secretary of the Indianapolis branch
the civil service board.
SWITCHES
In gray shades only, 18-inch,
$5.25 and $7.45
TRANSFORMATIONS
\
In gray shades only,
$7.45 and $11.25

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