The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on November 21, 1937 · Page 55
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana · Page 55

Publication:
Location:
Indianapolis, Indiana
Issue Date:
Sunday, November 21, 1937
Page:
Page 55
Start Free Trial
Cancel

THE INDIANAPOLIS SUNDAY STAR, NOVEMBER 21, 1937. 15 Activity Scheduled 9 At Columbia Club Thanksgiving Dinner And Dances to Be Add' ed to Usual Events. Thanksgiving will make the ac-tivitiei calendar at th Columbia Club full this week, with dances, family dinners and the usual club social events schedujed. Invitations have gone out to club members inviting them to forego the usual home dinner this year and participate in the Thanksgiv-Ing turkey dinner at the club. Service will be in the main dining room f-om noon until S o'clock with dinner-dance music by Amos Otstot's orchestra between 7 and S o'clock. For parties of eight or more a whole turkey Is to be carved and served at the table. Juniors Hold Rehearsals. The Columbia Club ballroom Is the scene of almost daily rehearsals with a group of junior Columbians going over their acts and dances for the floor show, which will be staged at the junior Columbian Thanksgiving formal dance Friday night. A principal feature of the floor show will be an exhibition of the Big Apple dance by several couples. Among those taking part In the rehearsals for the "Big Apple" are the Misses Barbara Drummond, Eloise Akin, Betty Dobyns, Joan Rossebo, Virginia Robinson, Fhyliss Hadden' and Sue Anne Knippen-berg and Gilmore Johnson Jr., Dick Carson, Wilbur Allison, James Teer, George Moore and Jerry Eaton. Mr. Johnson and Miss Drummond ore directing the show. George Moore will act as master of ceremonies for the entertainment. The Thanksgiving formal has been designated as "guest night" and each member will be permitted to bring one guest couple. Otstot's orchestra will play. Holiday Trogram Planned. The club's entertainment committee already has planned a heavy holiday program. The December schedule of events begins Wednesday, Dec. 8 with the Christmas bridge-luncheon for women of the club. Mrs. George W. Pierce of Anderson will be chairman of the hostesses. The Christmas holiday program Includes the children's annual Christmas party Sunday afternoon, Dec. 19, with the 18th annual club recital by the Ogden Junior Chorale the same nipht during the dinner hour. The Christmas dance for senior members will be held Friday night, Dec. 24, with the junior dance Saturday, Dec. 25. A tea-dance honoring sons and daughters of members home from schools for the holidays and junior members will be held Wednesday afternoon, Dee. 20, and the grand finale of the holiday affairs will be the club's annual New Year's eve dinner-dance and frolic. Collector Cites Free Booh Need Woman Has Spent Eight Years Supplying Institutions. HEADS SORORITY BANQUET v v 71 'I' - jki , - . j gste--. ... 'v.o - NWiOvn-hSJ 1 - -, . t.-SJ. :..v - .-.v ..V . .. r . "'sK' - PERSONAL MENTION. Lieut Col. and Mrs. Ross Bradley retz entertained with a dinner-bridge last night In the Indianapolis Athletic Club in honor of Mrs. Breti's mother, Mrs. W. P. Dillon of Statesville, N. C. Other guests were Col. and Mrs. J. M. Petty and Mrs, Petty's mother, Mrs. Frank Pease; Col. and Mrs. Fred H. Turner, Col. and Mrs. Oral E. Clark, Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Hew B. McMurdo and Mrs. McMurdo's mother, Mrs. Edmund Playfalr of Sidney, Australia; Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dewy, Maj. and Mrs. Richard Gordon, Maj. and Mrs. John Ballard, Capt. and Mrs. John Dulligan and Thomas Petty. The Misses Vee Lanahan, Louise Miss Myrtle Bernlce Powell, whose AIRS. GARRETT OLDS Is the chairman for the Founders' day banquet of Drlt DelU Delta Sorority to be held at 7 o'clock Tuesday night In the Marott Hotel. The occasion commemorates the 49th anniversary of (he founding ef the organisation. Miss Jean Anderson of the Indianapolis Alliance will be toastniaster. Assisting Mrs. Olds are Mesdames Leo Searcy, Robert Garten, O. Schuyler Blue, Wendell Hicks and Miss Anderson. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Olds. (Bretzman Photo.) Schmltt and Martha Chapman will entertain tomorrow night In the home of Miss Schmitt, 4220 Central avenue, with a miscellaneous shower and bridge party In honor of Miss Elsie Thiesing, whose marriage to Robert Mathers will take place Thursday. Guests will be Mesdames Donald White, Edward Green, L. Thompson Carr, Miller Sherman and Robert Walker and the Mtsses Josephine Smith, Renins Fleury, Edna Lamkin, Mildred Flaninpam. Ruth Ida Brown and Frances Glenn. Mrs. R. C. Grlswold, 5830 University avenue, has left for Miami, Fla., to srend Thanksgiving with her daughter. Miss Norma Mack, formerly of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Kirschner, 47)18 Fast New York street, will go to Chicago, 111., Thursday to spend the week end. Henry Bush of the American embassy in Berlin has arrived to remain until after the holidays with his rarents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Bush, 5S31 North Delaware street. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Post and Miss Elizabeth Orbison ore spending the winter In Clearwater, Fla. Mrs. C. D. Rodgers of Mexico, Mo., Is the guest here of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hollett Jr., 200 Wellington drive. The Misses Bernice Streit and Vivian Gatwood and Mrs. Ethel L. Smith entertained yesterday afternoon at the home of Miss Gatwood with a personal shower in honor of CLUB CALENDAR. TOMORROW. Indianapolis Literary Club; D. A. R. chapter house; program, "The Invincible Armada," by Francis Insley. Present Day Club; hostess, Mrs. Hulbert Smith, 3983 North Penn- sylvania street; assistant, Mrs. T. A. Moynahan; program, "Emanci pation of the Indian Woman," by Mrs. O. II. Greist. Venetian chapter, International Travel Study Club, Inc.; 12:30 p. m. luncheon; hostess, Mrs. Maurice Friday; assistants, Mrs. Verlin Crousore and Mrs. Ellen Gentry. Vincent C. L. S. C; 2 p. m.p Banner-Whitehill auditorium; pro-gr , Mrs. R. L. Trueblood. Junior auxiliary, Public Health Nursing Association; 12:30 o'clock, Mrs. Ralph Vonnegut, 4115 Washington boulevard, hostess. Federation of Mothers' Choruses, Indianapolis schools; 10 a. m., Banner-Whitehill auditorium; executive board meeting. win I. Poston, president of the Indiana Federation of Club, will be a guest. Amicitia Club; hostess, Mrs. Ed Smith, 2412 East Tenth street; assistant, Mrs. Edward Durler. Chapter S, P. E. O. Sisterhood; hostess, Miss Donna Alles. 31 East 52d street; assistant, Miss Ruth Hutchinson and Mrs. Lawrence Davis. Alpha Kappa Latreian Club; hostess, Mrs. W. C. Moll, 3849 Win-throp avenue; assistant, Mrs. Charles Wilcox; speaker, Mrs. William H. Morrison, president of the board of directors of the Suemnia Coleman Home. New York, Nov. 20. Mrs. Malcolm McLod of Pittsburgh has sp 'nt the last eight years in collecting and supplying books free to hospitals, prisons, orphanages and remo'e sections, not only in this country but throughout the world. "I began this work because I wanted to do something humanitarian that I felt was really worthwhile," Mrs. McLeod said, on the completion of a visit In Boston and New York, where Lhe made an ap. tal for books for the packhorse libraries which circulate In the mountainous and remote districts of Kentucky. Mrs. McLeod's husband, Prof. Malcolm McLeod, is head of the English department at the Car-ncRie Institute of Technology In Pittsburgh. Large Prisons Well Stocked. "In my appeals I ask that all! donations of books and magazines be sent direct, prepaid, to their destination, whether hospital, prison, orphan asylum or leper colony," Mrs. McLeod continued. "I find there is a dearth of reading matter at the tuberculosis hospitals, while the large prisons usually have well-stocked libraries. "My largest supply usually comes from libraries, all discarded books. Often I receive the donation of a complete library. This occurred recently when a private school gave me its library of children s books.1 which the Bureau of Education,! Department of the Interior, sent with a free bill of lading for distribution in Alaska. ; "I also sent a memorial library,1 consisting of four large cases of books, to the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Dr. Judah L. Magnes, the president of the institution, had a bookplate made for each book, in Hebrew and English. It was given in memory of Karl Satler, who was commodore of the Nantucket Yaehtj Club. Need In Kentucky. "Other large donations have gone to Labrador, Egypt. India and Korea, and to the various leper colonies. All kinds of good books and magazines are urgently needed for the mountain families In Kentucky, where many children are teaching their parents to read and write. Two years ago In Whitley county there was a population of 10,000 with nothing to read. "The packhorse libraries, with headquarters In Lexington, Ky., route the reading matter, packed In saddlebags, on horse or mule back, to remote districts, often through the dry beds of streams as trails, in order to reach the mountaineers. They need religious books, and an effort is being made to place a Bible In the home of every mountaineer who cannot afford to buy one. My appeals for this work Is usually made through the Kentucky newspapers and In the seven surrounding states, and the re-iponit Is always very gratifying." National Association of Women; 8 p. m., Hotel Washington; Initiation ceremonies; Mrs. Mary Trauh Busch will have charge of musical program. Woman's Rotary Club; 12:30 o'clock. Columbia Club; Mrs. Ruth Spencer will speak. TUESDAY. Spencer Club; hostess, Mrs. Will Hammond, 76S North Bancroft street; assistants, Mrs. J. B. Hughes and Mrs. W. E. Leapley; music, Mrs. J. P. Lucas. St Clair Literary Club; hostess Mrs. F. V. Osborn, 22 South Chester avenue; program, Mrs. Charles Wlntergerst and Mrs. J. B. Hoffman. Anagnous group, Epsllon Sigma Omlcron; hostess, Mrs. C. J. Finch, 2837 Ruckle street; book review by Mrs. E. L, Pedlow. Late Book Club; luncheon; hostess, Mrs. Roy Hartz, Marott Hotel; assistants, Mrs. Wendel Hartz and Mrs. E. A. Sheffield; program, "The Philippines," by Mrs. C. J. Ancker. Alpha Beta Latreian Club; hostess, Mrs. Bernard F. Lacy, 4310 Carrollton avenui; assistant, Mrs. Murray DeArmand. Irvington group, Epsilon Sigma Omlcron; hostess, Mrs. Henry Prescott, 15 South Bolton avenue; review of "Whv Keep Them Alive" (Paul DeKrul'f) by Mrs. C. L. Withner. Chapter V, P. E. O. SisWhood; 1 p. m. luncheon; hostess, Mrs. R. II. Carpenter, B016 East Washington street; assistant hostess. Miss Catherine Smith; program, Mrs. J. M. Smith and Mrs. W. H. Boggy. Irvington Tuesday Club; host, Mrs. F. S. Chiles, 477 North Audubon road; program, "Folk Songs of the Bible" by Miss Caroline ,Mc-Adams. Independent Social Club; Thanksgiving party; hostess, Mrs. Edwin Tobey, 3909 Graceland avnue; assistant, Mrs. B. M. Howell. Inter Alia Club; hostess. Mrs. Robert P. Stearn, 4038 Ruckle street; program, Mrs. Louis D.Bel-den and Mrs. Roy Slaughter. Chapter W, P. E. O. Sisterhood; hostess, Mrs. H. M. Worth, 5124 East Washington street; program, Mrs. Maurice Gronendyke. Procter Club; hostess, Mrs. F. J. Krieg. 45S3 Park avenue; program, Mrs. F. W. Cregor and Mrs. W.J. Stark. Social Study Club: hostess, Mrs. Fletcher Price, 4717 Rkwood a- nue; program, "Thanksgiving Story'." by Mrs. Delia Stout Meridian Heichts Inter-S Club; hostess. Mrs. C E. Parsons, 4337 Broa'.ay; assistant, Mrs. E. M, Morgan; program, Mrs. F. X. Kern and Mrs. W. B. McCaw. Mrs. ta Century Club; D. A. R. chapter house; "The Tombs of Our Presidents," by Jesse C. Moore. Federation International Travpl- Study Club, Inc.; 8 p. m.. Gold room, Hotel Antlers; president, Mrs. M. C. Safford to preside. Alpha Latreian Club: 2:30 n. m hostess, Mrs. Charles L. Walker, 4440 Central avenue; assistants, Mrs. Henry Churchman and Mrs. E. W. Sherwood. Alpha Eta Latreian Club; host ess, Mrs. Heber Williams, 5746 North Pennsylvania street; assist ants, Mrs. Albert Fessler and Mrs. Bryant Gillespie Jr.; speaker, Bert McCammon, who will discuss Dale Carnegie's book "How to Win Friends and Influence People." Alpha Chi Omega Mothers' Club: 3 to 5 o'clock; anniversary tea; Butler University chapter house; guests to be members of other mothers' clubs of the campus; in receiving line, Mesdames Conner Price, Minnie B. Link. Roy John son, Noble Howard, A. D. Conner, Albert Hirshman and Guy F. Boyd. Tokalon Club; hostess. Mrs. Vaughn Cornish, 5276 Pleasant Run boulevard; program, "Manners and Customs of the ISth Century" by Mrs. II. M. Cochrane. Spencer Club; Mrs. Will Ham mond, 7fi6 Bancroft street, hostess; Mesdames J. E. Hughes and W. E. Leapley will assist; Mrs. Curtis Hodges will talk on "American Home." Marion county chapter, American War Mothers; 1:30 o'clock, World War Memorial. Mrs. P. C. Kelly, president, will announce the nominating committee. WEDNESDAY. Zetathea Club; hostess, Mrs. Fred R. Bokeloh, 1118 North Hamilton avenue; program, Mrs. Daisy Bates and Mrs. Dudley Robinson. Mount Vernon chapter, International Travel-Study Club, Inc.; 12 o'clock luncheon, Hamilton Food Shop; hostesses, Mesdames George Thompson, Oscar Harris and Boss McKay Henry; lecture "Soul hern States," by Mrs. John Thornburgh. FRIDAY. Friday Afternoon Reading Club; hostess, Mrs. A. G. Small, 3606 Watson road; assistants, Mrs. H. A. Bordner; program, Mrs. Ira Campbell and Mrs. E. W. Stockdale. Purdue Women's Club; 6:1" o'clock covered dish supper; Miss Myrta K. Thomson, 3320 North Illinois street, hostess. SATURDAY. Butler Alumnae Literary Club; hostess. Miss lrma Bachman, 798 East drive Woodruff Place; program, Mrs. Ralph T. Schad, Mrs. S. O. Brewer and Miss Esther Fay Shover. Lady Aberdeen chapter of the International Travel Study Club; 12:30 o'clock, Hotel Washington; Mrs. William F. Rothenburger will talk on the Southern states. A.A.U.W. Study Groups To Meet During Week Meetings this week which will occupy the attention of members of the Indianapolis branch of the American Association of University Women will Include: The contemporary literature group will meet at 1:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon In the club-rooms. Mrs. John E. Mollett will talk on the Louisiana group of writers, and will review "Children of Strangers" by Lyle Saxon, and the "Three Headed Angel" by R. Bradford. The evening discussion group will hold a dinner meeting Tuesday night at the Indianapolis Business and Professional Women's Club, 1101 North Delaware street. Mrs. Leonard A. Smith will talk on "Recent Developments In the Far Eastern Crisis." The International relations group will meet Tuesday afternoon in the clubroom. After a short general discussion of current world affairs, specific reports on the background of present hostilities in China will be given by Mrs. Calvin Hamilton and Mrs. William O. Johnson. Arabian rhapier of International Travel-Study Club; noon lunch eon, Mrs. J. E. Phares hostess nt 2.127 College avenue; assistants, Mesdames May Miller and Grace Sherwood; Mrs. Baxter MrBane will talk on "The Southern States." Barbara Johnson Leader In Mt. Holyoke Show South Hadley, Mass., Nov. 20. Miss Barbara J. Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul 11. Johnson of 417 North Arsenal avenue, Indianapolis, Is chairman of the dance committee for the annual junior show to be given tonight at Mt. by the class of Emerson Grove Garden Club; Thankselvine luncheon: Mrs. Thomas Rollison, 1502 West 25th I Holyoke College street, hostess. 1339. Miss Johnson Is In charge of the Marion County D e m o r r a 1 1 e dances In the show and also takes Woman's Club; 8 p. m., Claypool part In one of the choruses. Last Hotel; Mrs. Emory Scholl will talk May she took part in the ren-cn "Probation Work in Indiana." itenary celebration dance recital. ITrTI'U ITTTl I I J nw i nA.rrCT ON LOW-COST PERMANENT WAVES 0)f !! "HitfTjwow! Fhlon" hrfln Ptrtnnnt cimol l'tj Hair Trim, Nu-I,lf Shim poo, Puih-Hp 8l ir.4 RinM. Com! tirlf Shf tprnt It S t. e Appointment N'ecesiary J J Permantnh, 2 for $5.01 Standard Permanent, $2 Compters Brtn th Children. Shrill Siturdir Struct Com tirir. Sun Citll Blr Criwi Oak Hiltn C a r l ) i Ptrminiatl. Nf llonilly vr-tmd No tC Frdtrle Ptrmi- nrnt. MtloiJiliT Adrtlw4. Our pne on,, 17- hhtiII Mf.. C.Trt LUtaoli in ihlfta LI. 0133 SitlitMtUa iHini marriage to Roy C. Lancaster of Pittsburgh, Pa will take place Thanksgiving day. The guests were Mesdames Lawrence Fanning, Robert Willard, Glenn Bradley, Thomas Powell and the Misses Clara Scheible, Alice Mosmeier, Loyola Semar, Meradith Hamblen, Lorayne Iampke, Wilma Aulen-bacher, Thelma Jackson, Mary Madden, Ruth Ida Brown, Edith Miller, Adalaldo Wilhclm and Lo-dema Powell. Miss Powell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Powell, 1503 North LaSallo street. Mrs. II. V. D. Moore his returned to her home in New York after a visit with her nephew, Sheldon Sayles, and Mrs. Snyles and her aunt, Mrs. Herman C. Tuttle ef the Marott Hotel. Miss Helen Hope Leppert has gone to Miami Beach, FIr., to spend the winter with her brother, Robert Leppert. Earlham Dinner To Be Held Here President, Mrs. Dennis And Dean of Women Will Be Guests. A state-wide dinner of Earlham College graduates and former students will be given at o'clock the night of Dec. 1 in the Marott Hotel under the sponsorship ot the Earlham Woman's Club. President William Cullen Dennis of Earlham and Mrs. Dennis and Miss Clara Comstock, dean of women, will be special guests. Miss Wilma Reeve, president of the local club, will preside. Mrs. Isaac E. Woodard Is chairman of the committee on arrangements; Mrs. Orvllle A. Wilkinson is in charge of tickets; Mrs. Lawrence H. Barrett Is chairman of the program and Mrs. Cecil K. Calvert Is in charge of publicity and reservations. DENTAL AIDS TO MEET. The Indianapolis Dental Assistants Association will hold Its semimonthly meeting at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night In the Crutcher Dental Depot, 1130 Hume-Mansur building. Pr. W. E. Kennedy will give a lecture, illustrated by motion pictures. The Star's Sunday Pattern W :; 11 i m 7 '? I5 !wA n if s i r 4 1 - ftr'A M 4607 rATTKKN 4007. You'll prize It as "your very own" this captivating Anne Adams panel-frock, for its bow-trlmmed nerkllne and button nr. cents make it a wardrobe "speelal" for all season! There's nothing at all to the making of Pattern 4M7, for It Is one of the easiest designs you ever saw and Idea wool or bright crep Send IIITK.KN CENTS (15c) In coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this Anne Adams pattern. Write plainly HI7.K., NAMF., AU-DRKSH AMI HTYI.K Nt .'MBFK. Order our WINTER ANNK ADAMS PATTERN BOOK. HOOK MFTEEN CENTS. FATTKKN In sheer HI-TEEN C ENTS. TWENTY-I TVK ( r;.NTH FOR ROTH WHEN of OUR GREAT 53rd Pattern 4607 Is available In sizes OKDEKKI) TOO ETHER. 12 to 40. Size 16 takes three arid Send your order to The Indl-flve-elghths yards 39-Inch fabric, nnapolis Star, Pattern Dcpart-Illustrated step-hy-step sewing In-: merit, 211 West 17th street, New structlons Included. lYork, N. Y. to $35.00 Pepresentlnf the finest flnUhes in ths rsiptetlvt price rsnjes. If Our stock of photograph frames em-broces oil the different sizes ond styles, permitting a coreful, appropriate selection. OFFER SHOP! 0!mm COMPARE! , Thcn buv at the yd Indiana Fur Co. j''i r V A V At ' i.il A m MBi 1 m v . - ma m . I. 159 coats REIJAIH AT THIS AMAZIHC LOV PRICE See Them! Try Them On! These Coats Are Truly Values Beyond Compare! you can duplicate this value anywhere in the V. S. we will refund your money within five days after purchase. 2 YEARS' FREE SERVICE OX EVERY COAT. OAVlOSON &r?os. 29 EAST OHIO ST.

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 19,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Indianapolis Star
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free