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A number of weddings and bridal
parties are on the social program this
week. The bride-elect is the center of
a whirl of festivities, showers of all
varieties, theater parties, luncheons add
dinners, all leading -up to the grand
finale—the wedding itself.
Last we t was marked by the marriage
of Miss Bernice A. Clary, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Clary, and Basil
Vaught, which took place at the home
of the bride's parents, 1546 Host avenue,
Kev. F. A. Steele officiating.
Masses of autumn flowers In Dresden
colors, combined with ferns and tall
palms made an attractive setting for the
service.
Mrs. H. Walsman, pianist, played the
wedding music and Charles A. Clary
sang “Because” and “Just You and I,
Dear,” preceding the ceremony.
Miss Bessie Vaught, sister of the groom,
iu a frock of turquoise blue tricolette,
with a corsage of Mrs. Aaron Ward roses,
was the bride’s only attendant, and Bus
sell Clary, brother of the groom, acted
as best man.
The bride wore a white tricolette gown
with a corsage of bride roses.
The out-of-town guests included Mrs.
Elizabeth Foster and Miss Margaret Fos
ter of Marion, and Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Walsman of Batesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Vaught will be at home
after Sept. 15 at 29 Pinex Court.
• • •
Invitations have been issued for the
wedding of Miss Helen Susannah Beck,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Stevens Beck, IS3I North Meridian street,
and Robert Hosmer Morse, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hosmer Morse of
Chicago.
The ceremony will take place Sept. 23
at the First Baptist church, Rev. Frede
rick £). Taylor officiating.
Mrs. Anna Conner, 2912 Central ave
nue, who has been spending serevai
weeks In Montana and Yellowstone park,
has returned home.
Attendants for the wedding of Miss
Blanche Elder, daughter of George M.
Elder, 4911 Carrollton avenue, and E. B.
Kaylor will Include Miss May Gentle
man and Miss Ethel Grund, bridesmaids;
Elmer Elder, brother of the bride, best
roan, and Helen Jane Stanley, Marian
Stanley and Jackie Elder, flower bearers.
The marriage will be solemnized at
the home of the bride's father, Sept. 15.
• * •
Randal Watkins of Okmulgee, Okla.,
is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ira
M. Holmes, 2161 North Capitol avenue.
0 0 0
Miss Eleanor Leavell of Winchester
is the guest of Miss Myra Allison, 2823
Sutherland avenue.
• •
Mrs. Sol Meyer and ehildren, 3760 North
Pennsylvania street, who have been vis
iting in Charlevoix. Mich., have returned
home and have as a guest Miss Rosalyn
Aaron of Chicago.
• • -
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elliott and Mrs.
R. K. Allison, 3202 North Pennsylvania
street, who have been on a motor trip
through Ohio and Michigan, have re
turned home.
• • *
Robert Clark, 2950 Washington boule
vard, who has been attending the Beta
Theta Pi convention at Lake Geneva, has
returned to his home
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lobraico will en
tertain tonight with a dinner in honor
of Miss Angelina Lobraico and Peter
Ross of Brooklyn, iN. Y., whose marriage
will take place Saturday morning In SS.
Peter and Paul cathedral.
Among the out-of-town guests will be
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marone and Miss
Josephine Marone of St. Louis. Philip
Rooss of Brooklyn, Mrs. Frank Pinella of
Memphis and R. V. Lobraico and Frank
Lobraico of Chicago.
• • •
Mrs. G. L. Scanllng. 234 West Twenty
eighth street, assisted by Mrs. E, T. Pat
terson, Mrs. E. Elder, Mrs. George
Rohrer. Mrs. R. Elder and Mrs. L. Elder,
entertained last night with a miscel
laneous shower in honor of her slater.
Miss Blanche Elder, whose marriage to
E. D. Kaylor, will" take place next
Wednesday.
Baskets of golden-rod, cosmo* and
autumn flowers in various shades, com
bined with asparagus, were used in dec
orating the rooms and serving table.
• • 0
Mrs. Rosalind English Parsons ent*r
georgette Blouses
$5.50; Big Values
Menter’s Generous Terms
We hare made a special purchase of
Georgette blouses whiea we will sell in
ell our stores at $5.50.
Every one Is iph ndld value and among
U era are all tb*t popular colors.
If you have aDy doubt about Menter's
ability to give splendid values see tncae
lively waists.
.—You can get one on Menter's easy terms
111 South Illinois Street
Open Saturday niglit until 9.
Third door south of Maryland st.
We gladly open accounts with out-of
town customers.
WOMAN’S SUFFRAGE
may eventually give to women rights
to which they are entitled, but good
health, which is the birthright of
every American woman, must be hers
before she can fully enjoy the privi
leges which woman’s suffrage will
bring. Women who suffer from those
dreadful pains, backache, headaches,
irritability, nervousness and depres
sion< symptoms of organic trouble,
should rely on Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, which is made
from roots and herbs, to restore them
to a normal, healthy condition as it
has thousands of other American
women.—Advertisement.
j The wopd owes a debt of sretftude to the
I Btaor of the now famous Marroola Pro-
I acnption, and is still more indebted for the
I reduction of this harmless, effective obesity
remedy to tablet form They are so con
veners to taka, and as plet aant as candy
meal and ft bedtime will
apaeiin^’SMaa
you lie—leave exercise to the athlete*—
&£%&£%& aassrs
normal pfoportteM. y m
tained this afternoon with a matinee
party, followed by a tea at the Clay
pool hotel, in honor of Miss Dorothy Pet
tis, whose marriage to John Bookwalter
will take place Sept. 15.
The guests Included Mrs. David Jen
-1 slings, Miss Frances' Pettis, Mrs. F. E.
O’Reiley. Miss Sarah Elizabeth Gasaway,
Mrs. Roy Wheeler and Miss Mary Book
; waiter.-
I Tomorrow afternoon Mrs. F. L. Pettis,
2814 Sutherland avenue, will give a
j trousseau party for her daughter. .
...
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Rink, 2105
North Meridian street, announce the en
| gagement of their daughter, Marie Ru
; Una, to John Joseph Maddan Jr., son of
Hr. and Mrs. John Joseph Madden. The
I wedding will take place this fall.
...
Dr. A. L. Common?, a graduate of the
j 1902 class of the Indiana Medical school,
: formerly of this city, and now residing
!in Los Angeles, accompanied by Mrs.
| Commons, is stopping at the Motel Sev
erln.
* Dr. Commons will return to Los An
geles next week and Mrs. Commons will
go to Richmond, where she will spend
several weeks.
Mrs . Housewife
Do You Know —
1. What are malaga or muscatel
raisins?
2. When roasting meat how should
the heat be regulated?
3. How to toughen common glassware?
These questions will be answered to
morrow by the Housewife.
ANSWERS TO YESTERDAY’S QUES
TIONS.
1. Rice is'richer In starch than any
other grain.
2. To grease the griddle pan for pan
cakes have the pan well heated and then
rub with a piece of suet held in a piece
of cheesecloth and pour pancake battef
on at once.
3. Cover new utensils cf iron or steel
with fat and put in the oven, allowing
the fat to bake In but not to burn. This
renders the utensils less likely to rust.
—Copyright, 1920.
Weds in Cincinnati
Miss Ruby Marie Bain, daughter of
Mrs. Martha Bain of the Mariqp apart
ments, and Edward W. Steinhart, presi
dent of the B. W. Steinhart Automobile,
Company, were quietly married this
morning in Clnchnatl at the home of
Mason Towle, a close friend of Mr. Stein
hart.
Miss Bain has been attending the
Schuster School of Dramatic Art in Cin
cinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. Steinhart have gone on a
trip to White Sulphur Springs and Ashe
ville. N. C., and will be at home after
Oct. 15 at the Spink Arms on Meridian
street.
Movie Star Takes
Poison by Mistake
PARIS, Sept. B.—Olive Thomas. Amer
ican movie star, was recovering in the
hospital today from a dose of poison,
taken, according to friends, under the
beiief that It was n sleeping powder.
It was stated that the movie actress
was suffering from Insomnia.
Her husband, Jack Pickford, was with
her at the hospital today.
Bd by
ced the
Foods—
ite Fair
ror rnuLiMA roods are oemg featured by
Exich PHOENIX hood is a the classes in the Domestic Science School at
recommendation for the other. the Fair.
No matter which you ~ir\) first,
you'll want them all. A>k your , PHOENIX Products would not have been se-
Cmcer fnr PHOFNIX Cnf- lected for this honor if they had not been proved
Z pXani HoZ. —and wholesome-tasty and appetizing
Canned Fruits and Vegetables. See PHOENIX Foods in actual use at the
Jellied Fruits, Peanut Butter , Fair. Try them in your home. You’ll find that
Catsup, etc. they excel in quality—aYid will understand why
*■' they have been given a place of honor in the
Domestic Science School.
SCHNULL & COMPANY, Indianapolis
ASK 200 GIRLS
TO SEEK ROOMS
Imperative That G. A. R. Quar
ters Be Found.
An appeal for 200 young women to give
two days of their time to an active
house-to-house canvass In the Interest of
the campaign for rooms in private homes
for the Grand Army encampment was Is
sued today by Scott R. Brewer, ehalr
jnan of the housing committee.
The women will taka part In a whirl
wind campaign, together with women’s
committees representing the churches of
the city.
A meeting of the women will be held
at 3 o’clock Friday afternoon at the First
Baptist church, at which time each wom
an will be assigned a certain section of
the city in the house-to-house canvass.
The active campaign will be made next
Monday a,nd Tuesday, Mr. Brewer said.
It is hoped to cover the entire city in
the two-day drive.
“Thonsands of additional rooms are re
quired If the veterans are to be accom
modated,” Mr. Brewer said today.
“I am sure the people of Indianapolis
wilt co-operate in this matter.” -
No efforts will be spared during the
next week to obtain the required num
ber of rooms.
Further plans for the encampment were
-outlined at a meeting today of the chair
saY“diamonddyes”^
Don't atrsok or ruin your material In
ft poor dye. Insist on .Diamond Dyes."
Easy direction# in every package.
GIRLS! LEMONS
BLEACH; WHITEN
Make Lemon Lotion to Double
Beauty of Your Skin
Sqseese the juice af two lemons Into
a bottle containing three ounces of
Orchard White which can be had at any
Inf shake well and yea have a
Suartsr pint es harmless and delightful
lemon bleach for few cents.
Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion
Into the face, neck, arms and hands each
fl#7. then shortly nets the beaoty of
pour skin.
Famous stage beauties use lenten juice
te bleach and bring that soft, clear,
rosy-white complexion. Lemons bars
always been used as a freckle, snnborr
in 4 tan remover. Make this up and try
it :
Rely on Cuticura
To Clear Away
Skin Troubles
Roftplocl to tooth*. Tale am to *wm
dor. Ki. Simp mi of Oa:*:uro, Dipt. X.ltfti Ujuta.
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INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,1920.
men of sill commute te at the Chamber
of Commerce.
Acordlng to the reports of committee
chairmen preparations are rapidly near
ing completion.
GEORGE IN ROW
WITH MOTHER
Dispute Regarding Leases
on Royal Estate.
LONDON, Sept. B.—A dispute has
arisen between King George and his
mother, Dowager Queen Alexandra,
regarding leases made by her on
the royal estate at Kandrlugham.
The queen mother let a number of
building plots on nlnety-nlne-year
leases at very low rents, but received
fees In each case varying from $2,300
to SIO,OOO.
The king claims that as Alexandra
la only a tenant for life of tbo royal
property she can not approorlate
theee sums herself.
The matter has been referred to
the home secretary, who Is supposed
to settle any dispute between the
sovereign and a member of the royal
family.
This is the first occasion in sev
enty years that such a dispute baa
been referred to the home secretary.
Wall Paper Sale
We have bought several carloads of
wall paper at a bargain and due to
lack of space in our store we are offer
ing them to you at less than present
wholesale prices. v
Think of It!
This stock includes all grades and pat
terns suitable for any room. This is
your opportunity for a real money sav
ing for your fall or spring cleaning.
Prices 5c Per Roll and Up
i *
Long* Hunt Painting and
Decorating Cos.
18 West Ohio St. Indianapolis
MY HUSBAND’S
FAVORITE RECIPE
KDFFINS.
Ingredients—One teaspoonful of salt,
two teuspoonfuls of baking powder, one
tablespoonbul of sugar, one pint of flour,
one tablespoonful of shortening and one
and one-fourth cups of milk.
Method —Mix salt and sugar and sift
with flour twice, then add baking pow
der. Cut In shortening and ‘ lastly add
milk. In adding flour and milk Judg
ment muit be used not to make a batter
that la stiff.
Part water may be used Instead of all
milk If desired.
Beat the thick batter a few minutes,
and then put In greased muffin pans and
bake in a moderately hot oven about fif
teen minutes.
MRS. BERT 8. GADD,
2130 Prospect street, Indianapolis.
The Times will be glad to print YOUR
husband’s favorite recipe. Address
Recipe Editor, Dally Times.
WILCUTTB FUNERAL TODAY.
MARION, Iqd., Sept. B.—The funeral
of Ed Wilcutta, Marlon hardware dealer,
who choken to death Sunday night while
eating an apple, was held here this after
noon.
He was well known throughout the
state.
A New ing% a _ A New
Department vO $ Department
—Basement. —Basement.
The Downstairs Garment Shop
Introduces a Large Purchase of Stylish
Plush COATS at $65.00 and $59.50
With Other Plush Models, $27.50 to $47.50
It so often happens that you desire a garment beyond your price, but it as fre
quently happens also that the Ayres down-stairs shop offers the exact style in de
pendable quality at a price well within your allowance. If you’ve wanted a fur
ioat, you’ll find in the new fur-fabric collection practically the very effect you
r ant at an easy price.
DATA ON THE $65.00 MODELS
The new plush coats, of good quality and deep, glowv sheen, may be had in both
three-quarter and 46-inch lengths; belted or loose; lined with satin in figured pat
terns or plain.
THEY ARE TRIMMED WITH FUR
Collars of black opossum, raccoon, or kit coney; also hem borders and cuffs of these
pelts; some show the huge cape effects of fur or self; many have attractive bell cuffs.
The 969.50 lot is comprised of sealskin plush and are warmly lined and interlined.
Snappy styles; good quality.
ON DISPLAY AND SALE IN THE NEW SECTION
/ —Ayres—Basement.
Your New Silk Stockings
This Week They Cost You
Only $1.35 a Fair / /\fX\
3 Pairs for $4.00
That’s less than such really high-class hosiery ; c
cost even before the world war. An outstanding * * 1 j
example of what concentration, speeded pjoduc- \ \\ \ %
tion and close profit margins can accomplish in
lowering the expense of essentials. V*—
20,000 Pairs Already Sold —for More
Previous to this sale we had already sold 20,000 pairs of this hosiery at a higher
price—which, however, was conceded to represent the best hosiery value in the
state.
Black, White and Colors —All Sizes
Now we aim to sell 12,000 pairs in five days, by setting the price so low that no
other silk hosiery produced today will approach the value. Choice of black, white
or colors. Thread silk stockiugs with tops and soles of highly mercerized fabric.
All sizes. Mail orders filled. —Ayres—Street floor.
The Individuality Appeals
Hand Made Handkerchiefs
Each as distinct as the blossoms in an old-fashioned
bouquet, and each of a happy hue, are these Jinen gift
handkerchiefs of effective handwork. Some are white
with colors threaded through, the designs are varied and
pleasing.
Most startlingly, these ’kerchiefs are featured in
Special Sale , SI.OO Rack
Women's sheer linen handkerchiefs, of full size and
perfect throughout are handsomely adaptable to mono
grams. Priced at 32^
—Ayres—Street floor.
GROCERIES
“Through the Turnstile"
NATIONAL. ROLL E'.P WHITE
OATS, “makes kids husky," box,
15*.
MARSHMALLOWS. Csmpflre brand,
fine for toasting, large box, 17*-
SALAD DRESSING, Tremler, largo
size, 43*; Batavia mayonnaise, 45*;
Blue Ribbon, 38*.
BUTTER, Ayres' special creamery,
“Extra Quality,” pound, 62*; Swas
tika, a good creamery butter, pound,
58*
PANCAKE FLOUR, Virginia Sww*.,
box, 14*; Pillsbury's, box, 17H*.
LOG CABIN SYRLT, with the real
maple flavor, three sizes, large.
81.45: medium, 75*; table size,
38*.
BREAKFAST BACON, Kinpnn's
Porter brand, machlue siloed, pound.
44*. i
COFFEE, Batavia, AJax blend,
good cup, special, pound. 46*.
SUNSHINE CAKES AND CRACK
ERS, box. 9*. 17*. 19*.
—Ayres—-Basenaent.
Girls and Boys, You'll Need
Plenty of Writing Materials
The necessary pencil, pad, eraser or kindred essential
has been known to save the day. The Ayres stationery
section has a resplendent collection of the wherewith*
'of writing to supply the children starting to school this
week.
Crayons, 10<i the box. Lead pencils, 5* each.
Erasers, each. Penholders, lO* each.
Pads,
Composition b&oks, lO*. Pen points, 1* each .
Pencil sets, priced from 46<t to $1.89.
Fountain pens for upperclassmen in the grades and high
school and college students at $1.25, $2.00, $2.50 and up
ward to SB.OO,
Eversharp pencils, priced from SI.OO to $6.00.
A Sample Group of School Bags
Only one of a kind, but marked very low in price to speed
their disposal. * —Ayres—Street floor.
Don’t Loose Your Summer
Snap Shots
Get a Photograph Album
With your photos pasted in
'.hronologieally you’ll be vacation
ing every time you bring it out.
And what’s more, you will be
highly pleased with your albums
if you take advantage of this
offer —
Nicely finished album* are
priced as low as—
-51.25 §1.50 §1.75
§2.50
—Ayres—Stationery Dept, Street
floor.
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