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,THE, INDIANAPOLIS NEWS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1932. CLUBS; OF INTEREST TO THE WOMEN , . i 4 11 PERSONAL and SOCIAL Mrt ftldgley B. HlHeary,' of Louisville, who has been spending some : time with Mrs. Chester Bradford and Mis Elizabeth Clarpool, wCl return home Wednesday. - ; . k :A Mr. nd Mn. J. M. Antrim have irone to their borne In Miami, Fix, for the winter. - .. - - . ; . - : Miss - Frances Klrbv. who attend the University of Wisconsin, will . ipend the week - end at Evanston,' TSL, a the truest of Mbs Elizabeth Bear. S IS c - A stores offer P Q D. C ti : F ' Regular $1!2 ntnt.incb CHROMIUM SKILLET This - Introductory offer; saves you 72j . brings a lifetime savins of food and fuel. New Grawold Chrome shines like silver . . washes lUce china. Food doesn't stick. Small er coolring flame is xev quired. Lasts a lifetime t CHQOfAIUf.i DUTCH OVEN Or hiih prJotd feadsr - '. twit ro ; inexptitirm carsv v ; Seethe, Gristcold Bar - - : gains cn - Display Tc l day at Hardware and - . V ; Department Stores y this ' - : :S BUY ) AT s Backed by a . POS IT1 VE I GUARANTEE 'X - RAY EXAM IN ATI ON Preserve your teeth. . Plnd the hidden troutl? that may - cangeuag a sow: Our Famou health. Low as.... co:.:e in AnrUm ft rr.iE exa:j. Clesnlnj, a f' Low as... ; PLATE;...! This famews 125, then S17v reeenuy iimi. and NOW fit. We made thousand of Trn - Llfe plates for sat - !: Isf led patients - We use fine nat - ral gams and make It tn f m Ub. to TIT PEBJXCTLT. ' no - nooF FMTE Perfected by Dr. A - Eileljorr Th rrndcst piU rt dTrloped. No f xtlnc. - Ampi enty' ra.ot, Liahrf. Mot : ,nw . v.. 0 L i ii Li LJ issociatcd C E.17ACII. - Mis Bear has often Vvisited Miss Kir by In Indianapolis.,, . ; - . ' Mrs. Maurice Murphy win f o to Chicago Wednesday for a visit. ' v . - . - Mrs. John Weasel entertained Monday evening - at her bonis with. a bridge party in honor, of her sister - in - law. Miss Dorothy Weasel, of Washington. Ouesta included Mrs. Oswald IL NofOe, Mrs. Paul Ball. Mrs. Harold 8. - McElwaln, Mrs. Arthur Miner. Mrs. John T. Secoulaa, the Misses Gladys Orare. Mae Shutu and Viola Surge. Assisting the hostess was 4 - her sister, Miss. Ruth Schneider. ; : . ' : Mrs. O. E. Warnock win entertain members of the 1908 Club when it meets Thursday , at. X0 u 'm. at her home to sew. . . ; ; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dean hare returned: - from their - home at Lake Tippecanoe. - - - Miss Jewel Grimes will " entertain the Tbesi Club at her home this ere lllDJ.','i'',;'''':U.:' - ':' - - ' Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Whittier and then children, - who recently .came here from Chicago, are at home at the Marott hotel. v :5 s . . ' :. - - V: m - - Miss Maxlne :Mlkesell. president of the Pi Delta Pi Sororltv. win ntrw tain members at her home Thursday evening., other officers recently elected Include , the ,'MlsMa .Bettv Wv1 ecreUry; - Kathleen Kirk, treasurer. ana ;cicy - oteyrn. pieage captam. ; Mrs. Alva P.lCradkJt - will ntrtain the Park : Avenue Neighborly Club Wednesday with, a - luncheon at 12 O'clock. - AS - a ,s Members of the XI DelU XI coun cil will meet this evening at S o'clock wiw Mrs. ueorge vestal, y, - . The Indianapolis Alumnas - Associa tion of Kanpa DelU will have a bene - fit bridge party Saturday from 2 to a p. m. at the Banner - Wbitehlu auditorium. . Mrs. H. O. Engel to chair man, assisted by Miss .Dorotha Bute; Mrs. Webster . Russell and Miss Ethel B. Taylor. Mrs. Engel is, in charge ox reservations v , . Alpha Chapter of the Theta Sigma Delta, wui meet Wednesday evening with Mrs. '.Harriet Miles, when plans tor a bridge party win be made. Mrs. Ldule Thomas, " Mrs. : Prank Ball. Jr. and Mrs.. Howard A. Koch were hostesses this afternoon for the tea at. the Columbia Club, following the regular meeting ox St. Margaret's Hospital auiia. . - ' Mr. and Mrs. George' Marshall have returned from an extended - trip through the west and northwest. : ' .v . . J Kappa ; Delta : .Theta will meet Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Harry Ice. . : ,.. - . The Indianapolis Alumnae Associa tion or Kappa Delta will have a benefit bridge party Saturday from 2 to S p. itu at the Banner - Whltehlll auditorium. Mrs. H. O. Engel : Is chair man In charge, assisted by Miss Dor - otha Butz. Mrs. Webster Russell and rortoril Clorset , Brassiere Is Detachable istIUodel Foundation Garment : A. unique feature afford - ing the advantaps of - changing or washing the - V brassiere whenever desired. . . , Norton Gprset Shop 11 'N; JleridianV RI ley 0478 v . Ground Floor Kahn Bldg. of Satisfaction $ Safe," Easy i PAINLESS v XTRAC TIOII FREE - rlKllh BctUr, iier SrMtw 1 - easy ? paysients plate red to be L Vent is It , , ' ". Miss Ethel B. Taylor. Mrs. H. O. Engel Is in charge of reservations.' t. - . . . Alpha Beta Chi win meet tonhtht at the Hotel Antlers. Miss Josephine Lawrie entertained Monday night with a miscellaneous shower and bridge party tn honor of Miss Margaret Warner, whose mar riage to Prank E. McKlnney will take . place Thanksgiving day. Guests Included Mrs. Margaret Clements, Mrs. R. A. McKlnney. Mrs. Charles Schhi - k John Kirch. Mrs. Lawrence Kuhner. - Mrs.. Raymond Steffen, Mrs. Bernard Sheridan. Mrs. Frank Scherrer, Mrs. ueorge WisseL Mrs. . John Ohlever. Mrs. Peter Clements. Mrs. Raymond Boebm aod the Misses Esther Trtmpe. , Hilda Raths. Martha Pussner. Valerio Land. Rosemary Lawler - and Anita Cralt. The hoctess was assisted by her mother, Mrs. - Margaret Lawrie. The Alpha Eta - Latreian Club en tertained Tuesday afternoon at the Banner - WhitehM . auditorium with a tea for all the Latreian groups, enter - tainmg 100 guests. Mrs. Russell 8. Williams. - chairman, was assisted by airs. v. new xnzon and Mrs. Bryant W. Gillespie, Jr. Z - . Richardson Sinclair. Harold Per - guson. Pae ; Patrick and Harry P. Wetzel have returned from Chicago. ' The : Bioctaron Club will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. ueorge Cook. k - Miss Dorothy B. Somen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benamin P. Somen, has set the date of her marriage to Edward C McCallie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McCallie. The ceremony wiu tare place , Wednesday evening. Noveirher 23. at the home of the bride's parents. The Muitum In Parvo Literary Club met today with Mrs. Walter Wallace, with Mrs. Prank E. Weimer presiding. Mrs. A. J, Kas&ler was admitted to membership. Mrs. Adolf wagner gave a report of the recent convention of the Indiana Federation or. Clubs and the club continued . its study of Greek and Roman mythol ogy. Mrs. Ernest W. Fuuenwider led the discussion on "Chief Gods of the Earth.' and Mrs. Basil E. Vaught on the "Lesser Divinities of Earth." Mr. and Mrs. Byron Wright entertained Sunday night with a bridge and supper party in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Byron McClain. Other guests Included Mr. McClain, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. HoUoway, Miss Pearl HoUoway. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ross; Mr. and Mrs. Horace B, McClain and John V. Wright. : " Mrs. L. T. Creswell entertained the CresweU Guild with a bridge tea this afternoon. , The executive board of the Indiana Federation of Clubs will meet Monday at the Claypool hotel, with Mrs. E. N. Canine, Terre Haute, president, presiding. The Current Knowledge Club will meet Thursday with the Brookslde Travel and Study Club at the Community house at 10 a. m. to hear Mrs. Demarchus C. Brown lecture on The Trail of the Pilgrim Fathers." 'Theta Chapter of Alpha Omicron Alpha will hold its monthly business meeting - tonight with Miss Ellen Walsh. Miss Anne Kavanagh will entertain the Beta Chapter of the Zeta Kappa Psi tonight. Miss Prances Earl will be hostess for a meeting of the Rho Zeta Tau at S o'clock Wednesday night. Plans will be completed for a dinner to be held at the 8pink - Arms hotel Saturday night. - Miss Robbye Cook was awarded the women's voice scholarship by Sigma Alpha Iota, entitling her to a year's study with Glenn O. Friermood. and Miss Irma Mae Steele the violin scholarship, a year's study with Hugh McGibeny. Miss Iris Holltns entertained Sunday night with a supper and bridge party in honor of Miss Mary Henry and Edward J. Green, whose mar - riage will take place Thanksgiving day. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Cox. Miss Edna Lam - kin. George Maurer and Richard Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Reddlck have Issued Invitations for the marriage of their daughter. Ava Louise, to Lloyd D. Newlln. which will take place December 3 at 8 p. m. at the Irvtngton M. E. church. Attendants will be Mrs. Kenneth O. Baker, matron of honor; the Misses Gwendolyn Schort, Maxlne Blddle and Mildred Lawler. bridesmaids: Kenneth O. Baker, best man. and Stanley Reddlck, Paul Prey and Dr. O. 8. Jones, St. Louis, ushers. a Mrs. W. L. Matson. Irons. Mich., is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hunt. Miss Norma Ryan and Ml&s Edna Lamfrin will entertain this evening at the Columbia Club with a bridge and shower in honor of Miss Mary Henry, whose marriage to Edward J. Green. win take place Thanksgiving morning. Appointments will be carried out In the bridal colors, green and pink. The table win be arranged with, a center plateau of roses and pompoms. Ouests with Miss Henry will Include Mrs. Ed Horgwlll. Mrs. Ralph Henry and Miss Nellie Policy, of Greenwood; Mrs. J. W. Lamkln, Mrs. Norman Cox. Mrs. Gerrltt M. Bates, and the Misses Iris Holllns, Noreene Dundon. Nellie Modlm, Mildred Flaningam, Pauline Taylor. Clara Scearce, Clara Westhafer, Josephine Smith, Dorothy Lane, Florence Gad - disRuth Brown. Vee Lanahan, Re - glna Fleury. Frances Glenn, Elsie Thleslng and Catherine Quirk. '' Thomas J.Dobson and Mrs. Thomas J. Dobson. Jr.. have left for an extended visit with Mrs. William Boone In .Washington. . - - Mr. and Mrs. p; H. Van Wert, Detroit, formerly of Indianapolis, will return to Indianapolis after December 1 and at home at the Colonnade Apartment hotel. FznnmEriT uaves Per a limited Time La tiger Srjtnrfjtrrl fTVVi war w a m m f jOIvm b cimH mrilm - rmrwtuttr I shie vmlr tar limn mm tmt tmt aS UrUto. A.ytyto wir4. Shampoo Op? r 44c Hollywood "Push - Up" $9 Of) Psrie Vir I Alvetta Marie . Wave, 13.00 t Wave. $6.50 : Tt (t9 PtRMAMllTT Z&ZkCJSZJvtka systci - 1 del 1 W Indorsed for President of State Club Federation t; Bret una a Photo. MRS. ROBERT A. HICKS. Mrs. Robert A. Hicks, Cambridge City, retiring ' first vice - president of the Indiana Federation of Clubs, was unanimously Indorsed for the of: Ice of president at a council meeting of the Sixth district today at RushvUle. Mrs. Hicks has been active tn the Sixth dltrict since its organization, holding offices in county and district. She has served on the board of the State Federation for four years, two as treasurer and two as firsfvice - president, and wx recently appointed chairman of the department of fine arts. Mrs. Hicks has also been president of the Helen Hunt Club in Cambridge City, having been a member for twenty - five years. LIBBY IS FED IN . Continued from Pag 1, Part 1 because of his friendship with a member of the Reynolds family. Benet Polikoff. speaking for Mrs. Reynolds, said a nolle prosse is satisfactory to the defense, and W. M. Hendren. representing the Reynolds 'family, said the family approved of the state's action. S. Porter Graves, another member of defense counsel, said the state's course In dropping the charges precluded a statement in court, but that the defense may issue one later. He said he was convinced young Reynolds killed himself, either accidentally or intentionally. Hiffglns' statement follows: "After a careful investigation in this case in which the defendants are under indictment for murder. I am thoroughly satisfied that we have not sufficient evidence to Justify the case go - mg to trial. I am authorised to say that Sheriff Transou Scott and Assistant Solicitor Erie McMlchael both of whom have made careful Investigations, concur in this opinion. "It, therefore, becomes my duty to determine what course the state shall pursue and likewise any other Question of human Judgment. There might be sn error of Judgment. If I proceed to trial without sufficient testimony any discoveries of additional evidence hereafter would be of no avail. "If I pursue the course I have decided In this case, if there should be additional evidence hereafter the state could proceed to trial. In determining the course that I should pursue I have decided that if I make a mistake it will be the one that leaves a way open for its correction hereafter. Evidence Recalled. "If the defendants are not guilty, the least the state can do now is to stop the prosecution. If they are guilty, then the door should not be closed to a prosecution should sufficient evidence to Justify it be available at any time hereafter. "It will be recalled that practically an of the evidence which is now available was presented to the coroner's Jury which heard the testimony and. so far as I know, all of the witnesses who attended the party; likewise the evidence of all persons who were in the house at the time of the killing, as well as the evidence of the physician who made the post - mortem examination and found the evidence Insufficient to Justify a charge against any person, and while the grand Jury who ' preferred such a charge, and while I have no criticism to make of their action, for I know that It was honest and sincere, yet the grand Jury did not have the benefit of the evidence of any witness who was per sent at the party or who was in the house at the time of the shooting. For these reasons, I request that a nolle prosse be entered in this case." By taking a nonsuit, Hlggins can at any time move to bring Mrs. Reynolds and Walker to trial merely by appearing before a Judge and moving that the case be reopened on the grounds of new evidence. Formal entering of the nolle prosse was delayed momentarily while court attaches went ki search of Transou Scott, sheriff, who was not hi the courtroom when Hlggins made his statement. Walker also was absent. W. N. Reynolds, uncle of the dead youth, who requested that the charges be dropped, was present, accompanied by his attorney. Reynolds said the solicitor's course was satisfactory. Higglns's action in dropping the charges followed the expressed desires of young Reynolds's blood relatives. W. N. Reynolds, widely - known horseman and uncle and coguardlan of Smith, wrote the prosecuting officer a month ago saying the family would be "quite happy" to see the cases dropped. His letter was written after his attorneys had informed him they were unable to find sufficient evidence tn a two - month investigation to Justify a recommendation that the family assist the prosecution. Indicted Aagiut 4. Charges of "willful and premedi HUSBAND'S DEATH tated" murder were preferred against the twenty - six - old widow and her co - defendant in an Indictment voted August 4 by the Forsyth county grand Jury. Walker was arrested at once. Mrs. Holman submitted to arrest near the little county seat town of Went worth. In Rockingham county, and was released in S25.0O0 bond. Through her attorneys, she asserted she wished a trial and "vindication" at the earliest possible moment, preferably before the birth of her expected child, which, she said, is expected early next year. . In an Interview she was quoted as saying she would be satisfied . with "nothing less than complete .exoneration" and an "apology for the placing of charges against her. Smith Reynolds was hurried to a hospital from his home In Winston - Salem, July . a pistol wound in his head. He died shortly afterward. Most of the witnesses questioned, house party guests, said they were convinced that the fatal wound was self - Inflicted, but several circumstances made officials dubious. Mrs. Reynolds said that her mind IRVINGTON BOY, IN HOLLYWOOD. CLIMBS TOWARD MOVIE STARDOM Billy J. Shirley Registered With Fox, Paramount, Columbia Studios Had Role in "Phantom President Just . ."One of Gang" to George W. Julian School Boys. little Billy J. Shirley, who a few months ago was a school boy m Ir - vmgton, is now na Hollywood, climbing toward stardom In the movie world. Billy, age eleven, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther J. Shirley. &XTT East Washington street. Is registered with Pox. Paramount and Columbia studios. He had an extra part in Oeorge M. Cohan's recent picture. "The Phantom. President.' and Is now working on a picture as one of a group of orphan children. Nell Hamilton and Mae Clark have the principal roles. During the Christmas season be will appear with the MegUn Studio Kiddle Revue tn a Los Angeles theater. The Indianapolis youngster may be looked upon as a promising young Slayer In Hollywood, but to the boys l the Oeorge W. Julian School, where he was enrolled, he Is "Just one of the gang." Regularly they send him letters, telling him of the events that occur "back home." Billy and his father exchange dally bulletins, the chief subject of which Is Buddy. Billy's Boston bulldog, now tn Mr. Shirley's care. Billy really started making a name for himself before he went to the west coast. His acquaintances and friends here remember him as the boy soloist with the Ogden Chorale, which sings at Christmas and Easter time on the steps of the Soldiers and Sailors' Monument. Ife accompanied members of the Sahara O rot to as soloist on trips to St. Petersburg. Fla and Davenport. Ia. . The roster of Hoosiers who have made or are making names for them - was a blank for forty hours, and was returned to lucidity by a "flash." Walker said that Reynolds asserted, after an all - night party, Tm going to end It all" With those words, he told a coroner's Jury, Reynolds flung to him his purse. Officials were unable in the first search to find the pistol with which Reynolds was killed. In a second search they found It on the floor near a door where they felt it should have been easily found the first time. They found blood on a towel in the bathroom. A nurse said she found Walker and Mrs. Reynolds struggling on a floor in a room of the hospital while Reynolds's wounds were being treated tn another room. The 'nurse quoted Mrs. Reynolds as saying: "Oh. my baby, my baby. Dont you know I'm going to have a baby?" Walker was held as a material witness. The coroner's Jury found that Reynolds came to his death at the hand of "a party or parties unknown." LIBBY'S SISTER NOT SUKPRISED Nolle Prasaiag of Murder Charge What Family Expected. She Says. CINCINNATI. November 15 (A.P.) Mrs. Iibby Holman Reynolds' sister said today that the nolle pressing of murder charge against Smith Reynolds's widow was only what her family had expected. "I am not surprised st the court action." said Mrs. Myron Kahn. "We all expected it." So much had the step been anticipated, she said, that Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Holman, the widow's parents, had gone east to talk over the next move with their daughter. Mrs. Kahn said she did not know Just where they are. Reminded that Mrs. Reynolds once said she would demand trial and vindication under the indictment charging her with murder of her husband. Mrs. Kahn said: "I know Libby did say that. Whether she has changed her mind is what I do not know Just now." Mrs. Kahn added, however, she believed perhaps the window had decided against the notoriety of a trial. Mrs. Reynolds now is concerned only with her child, expected to be born tn January or February, Mrs. Kahn cald. Butler Senior President Is Ousted for Parading Harry Weaver. SOS Layman avenue. Butler University student, president of the senior class of the school, found no solace Tuesday In the fact that he held the distinction of being the only president of the senior class ever to be ousted from office. The deposition followed a conclave of the deans' council which said that Weaver had led a mass demonstration following the Butler football victory over Franklin College. October 31, to which free entrance to downtown motion picture houses was the goal, and that he had cut classes. Weaver, according to testimony offered at the meeting of the council Monday night, led the students on a trip downtown, after Dean James W. Putnam, vice - president of the university, had forbade any demonstration other than a pep session at the school during chapel hour. Penalties were imposed on more than 100 other students who engaged in a mad scramble to celebrate the victory. By the council action Weaver also Is barred from holding any other student office. RUTH ELDER DIVORCED Flyer Emerges Tear fa Uy Frees Courtroom at Btena. RENO. Nev.. November 13 (AJ.) Ruth Elder Camp, noted flyer, obtained dissolution of her third marriage, that to Walter Camp, motion Kcture producer, here today. She stifled she and Camp had been unable to live happily together. Tears were running down her cheeks as Miss Elder, who received the right to resume her maiden name, came from the courtroom. "A great big lump, this big." she said, holding up her two fists, "came up in my throat and I Just had to cry. It was awful. Yesterday a letter came from Walter In which he asked me to come home for Thanksgiving dinner, and I hardly knew what to do." Court attaches said Miss Elder had cried throughout the hearing, whldrn was held behind closed doors beiore Judge Thomas F. Moran. Te Held Aanaal SUtct Tea. The missionary women of the Hillside Christian church will bold the third annual silver tea at the church Wednesday it 2 p. m. with the principal address by Mrs. D. O. Cunningham, a missionary who has returned from the fore Urn field. Mrs, Carl Rush is chairman of the program. Mrs. Burr Nelson Is president of the organisation. Te Lee tare ow Aacteat Rains. An Illustrated lecture on "Ancient Ruins to the Southwest.' will be given by D. J. Angus and Robert B. Ann la at the meeting of the Pleasant Run Ps rent - Teacher Association of Pleasant Run School Tuesday, November 32. at 7:43 p. m. at the school. The Warren Tcwnshlp Choral Society of twenty members directed by Mrs. Adolph Mstxke win sing. Miss Edith Carr w01 be accompanist. r s i . BILLY J. SHIRLEY. - aelres In film deles Is long. Billy is one of the youngest and litest to have his written on the silver screen. His mother. Mrs. Ines Shirley, a musician in Indianapolis and a prominent cjub member. Is with him In Hollywood. GIRL SCOUT NEWS The following new troops have started this year In the southeast district: Troop 1. Mrs. A. M. Reager. leader: IS. Mrs. Lewis WiUsey. leader: 48. Mrs. Edward Oardner. iemAer: &S Miss Helen Collins, leader: 67. Miss ixmise crooks, leader. In the north west district: S. Mrs. Robert St. Pierre, leader: 20. Mrs. C Robinson, leader: 3. Mrs. Betty Detainer, leader: 30. Miss Ella Hansen, leader: SI. Mrs .Bert McOuat. Imom" is ut. Thelma Armfleld. leader: S3. Mrs. Charles Cole, leader, and Troop SS. Miss Margaret Titus, leader. A house win be furnished soon at Camp DeUwood. so that Indiana pons Girl Scouts may enjoy winter camp - lag. The next court of awards win be held In January. A radio program sponsored by the Oiri Scouts Is presented each Monday night at S o'clock over 8tatlon WFBM. A new field of girl scouting has been opened wtth the formation of a troop at the Riley Hospital for Children. The troop meets each Saturday with Miss Margaret Titus as leader. Candidates are Virginia Cartwright. Kathryn Meier. Troop 41: Margaret Hofft. Pauline Claffy. 13: Dorothy Truex. 18: WUma Drake, Betty Lou Murray. Betty Bowen. 34: Evelyn Thomas. 17; Helen Rita Swartx. Rosemary Carr. Franc Ilia Isor, Nancy Scott. S3: June Wainscot t. Charlene Wainscot t. Blanche Davy. V Irian Lockwood. Louise Cummlngs. Mildred Cummtngs. 37: LUlv Vf nru, svvn.. anna Thomas. 47: Peggy Miller. 3;J enna bprau, 35: Ann Jackson. Martha Mullen MMh mvM jMn Beterly. 1: Betty Miller and Virginia J i - ciiks, iroop so. Otrls invested were Marguerite Dillon, Thelma Oard. Margaret Dtrr. Ellen Messick. Anna Mae Messlck. Troop 48: Sally Evens. Frances Kraff - melan. 43: Esther Herbig. 18: Loleta Edgtnton and Louise Paulos, Troop S. Clover Leaf patrol wss formed at Troop 48 Friday with Mary Louise Cramer, patrol leader: Maxlne Res ley. assistant, and Jean Haeferkanr - ln Sterner. Ocnevleve Messick. Jean 1 Cravens and Louise Moody. t FILM SHOWINGS PLANNED Vsrioas Conuaanlty Heases WtJ Have Eatertaiaaaeata. Mrs. Carl Day. philanthropic chairman of the Indianapolis Indorsers of Photoplays, has arranged a group of pictures to be shown at various community houses during the next two weeks. A oleture will be shown at the J. T. V. H1H community house Wednesday night, and there win be a special showing for foreign children at the Jewish Communal building Thursday night. The Lauter Boys' Club wui have a picture showing November 72. and the English Avenue Boys' Club win have one November 30. The performances win begin at 7:30 p. m. The public is Invited. Mrs. Day's committee In charge of arrangements is com posed of Mrs. H. C. Bertrand. Mrs. Casper Kempf. Mrs. rreo a. KjnoHtU Mrs. David Ross. Mrs. Lillian Jones and Mrs. John Titus. Expreaoioa Ctab Meets. The Expression Club met this afternoon with Mrs. Sam Howard, the rooms being arranged wtth ye How chrysanthemums and yellow tapers. Mrs. Harry L. Foreman and Mrs. Lloyd C. Lit ten presented excerpts from the play. "The KmgrWn of Ood." and a sketch of ' Ethel Barry - more. Mrs. Victor Hintxe sang "Lullaby" (Bond) and "But the Lord Is Mindful of His Own." accompanied by Mrs. Charles Teeters. Mrs. Wayne Reddlck gave a report of the Indiana Federation of Clubs convention and Mrs. O. M. Richardson, of the Indianapolis Council of Women. Far Deaas ef Woi Co af ere are. Appointment of Mrs. Ins 8. GauL dean of girls at Oeorge Washington High SchooLas hostess for the states of Illinois. Ohio and Indiana, "at the ' conference of the National Association of Deans of Women, to be held to February to Minneapolis, has been announced, according to word received , from the executive committee of the association, at Washington. D. C The conference will be held tn connection with the meeting of the department of superintendence of the National Educational Association. Will Hold Card Party. The nineteenth annual Thanksgiv - j tng card party of the St, Thomas! Benevolent Society of St. Catherine's church win be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. to the ban. Shelby and Tabor streets. The commit ten includes IL Crowe. IL Schuhky. J. Schludecker, L. Moel - ler. P. Schcib. P. Stelnmetx, E. Bauer. M. McKeever. J. Bush, A. Steeb. P. Egan. W. Wolsiffer. 8r, J. Shannon. C. Braun Sr.. J. Armbruster. J. Meth, P Delta. C Achgin. N. C Rohrman. C Eachenbach, J. Long. E. Heckman, E. Schneld. L. Budenx. C. Haiblelh. Joseph Sauer Is chairman. C. B. OYER JKWEIXK King arc in Fashion for Everybody Wo Msao AN KMi of BJr. ess wmitmH a. HEADS LESION AUXILIARY Mrs. Margaret Kay Deled fey Kea - sUBgte f"ost Crws. ' Mrs. Marram Ray. wife of lieuL Jesse Ray. commander oX the Firemen's Post of the American Lesion, was elected president of the Robert K. Kennmaton Post auxiliary cf the Legion at a luncheon Mooaay to the Hotel Washington. The Kenxiiagton Post auxiliary .was tht first women's organixaUon In the Legion. Other of ri - eers elected for the auxiliary were: Mrs. John OBrieo, nm viee - cresl - dent: Mrs Joarph WUheim. second tke president; Mrs. Joseph Pah - hrad. secretary and Mrs. Minnie Rlsgs. treasurer.' Sorority to Hold Pledge Services Alpha Tub Chapter of phi PI Pal wCl hold pledge services Wednesday night at the home of the Msses Prances and Mary Russell for the Misses Martha Pedersen. Anita Morgan, Dean WoodaH. Mary White and Thflma Hackler. Bridge wCl follow. the decorations carrying out the sorority colors, lavender and white. Indians polls members who wd at tend the national convention of the sorority la observance of its silver anniversary this week In Chicago are the Misses Thelma 'O - ReCTy, president of Alpha Tau Chapter: Pegu Smith. Ruth lanhsm. Harriett Clary. Prances RusselL Phyllis McClain. Irene Ghsbel and Dean Wood - ao. The annual banquet and formal dance of the convention win be held Saturday night at the Medlnah Athletic Club, where the convention will have headquarters. . Vagabond Cruises to ttio . Mediterranean Roaming: the Mediterranean for I ere than it costs at home seems incredible but it's true. Each rear the BoouLaritv at theae cruises grows. Wast other lands can even hope to compete in romance, glamour and historic interest with the beauty of Greece, the rlory of Roro and the mystery of North Africa? Who hasn't sighed to visit Etrpt and the Holy Land? All in all, a visit to the Mediterranean is a great treat. Coaaaltte details aaay Tm btslaed trees ' ' RICHARD A. XLXTZ. MANAGER TRAVEL BUREAU The Lead lag Travel Bareaa at ladlsaa polls ( 4? L II VJa4MUVL7l! AN UNHEARD OF VALUE: RYTEX OLD WOOD BLOCK STYLE CHRISTMAS CARDS AT THIS LOW PRICE 30 CARDS With Yoor Naase 50 Plain Envelopes d Per Cox 1 TTmiE Hfl E.IIISBI2U(Do. 2,4 W.sajsniNCTOM Stuck 6v2 DAYS 10 EUROPE via the Sunny Southern i Route DEC. 3 JAN. 6 LJV GIBRALTAR FRTNCH RIYIIRA . GENOA GIBRALTAR . NAPLES . TKS ONtT OT0 - TA4AfXIO UNtS Maidenyoyage DIC. Maharajah and American Wife. Hare f.'sw Baby CIr! PARTS. Neretaber U aaaghtcr was bora UU jy rUrdy t tbe tcabaraste of IaJor. tb forarr Nancy Aaa Millrr. of slt, UttX The child win i Banea CiMUcJrt. This lo I be tlrd daiter bora to the Hiaaarajjb atd tbo sabraf. rriest a?J tbey bad beea hplag for a mb. AdcYeoM Brooksiie Cltle Lrrsr. Mrs. najmcr.i St:ne, ol the rvo rr Milcn Society, addressed the Enxic side Civic Letgoe Monday r.i;M la the Brockside community house, de - scrtbmz the wcrk of the scciety Member of the le jus voted io cc - cperaVe wtth Jthe mission tn carrrtng out tvs plans. Members also voted to ghre the Community fund tZi. ) Dr. R. E. Mitchell presided. Mrs.; Ruth Bums took charge cf the progrtra folkrwtr.r. the - business meeting. s Mrs. C V. Montg:mery Is secretary f the organ - tsaUon. i i.7 (Made la Persia) SPECIAL VALUE I iv H MM U HaU a aio u.tzcrtcu li JO 120 East Market SL - 'r Riley &341 ?Tbe Cleverest Writlaf raper at the Market! RYTEX 4 OLD WOOD, BLOCK STYLE STATIONERY This and many other assart styles hist the ' thing for inexpensive gifts! Too win be proud to use it or to give tt to your friends. 7 50 Folded SHEETS 1 50 ENVELOPES ' Per Cox FRENCH RIYIIRA . GENOA a ) o till 1 A The world's newest Hrer or storting her first vcryoge from New YoA. the other her secondl On either, en joy brilHont speed, latest mcrine lux vryj - greot lido Decks with the largest owl - doorrrted pools oftooVswrnptvovs peb - Cc rooms and deluxe occommodattosu Including prlvot eerandoh suites. AJt points In Europe conveniently reocKvt from Mediterranean ports served by ' the Southern Route. As - siy torsi arenl or I Stale U New Tort Cll) ITALIAN LINE 'S . - n

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