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Kokomo, Indiana
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THE -KOKOMO TRIBUNE. SATURDAY; JtHNE THREE Women Voters' LeagueExplained at Guest Party A gratifyIngly large and interested group of and guests of the Kokomo League of Women- Voters filled the Elks Club drawing room on Friday afternoon learn more of what the league is and what It stands for. i Mrs. Richard Edwards of using that subject, stated that the first noticeable result of league par-; ticipation was an Increased aomty to read the newspapers. The League study expands the personal horizon interestingly, she stated, In elaboration of this point.

Mrs. Edwards outlined the League organization. She was, she told, one of the organizers who met 3n Chicago on the eve of the suffrage amendment to formulate a program for teaching women the machinery of voting and political parties, with enthusiasm unhampered by tradition, for women had no political background, this original intention spread to subjects nearest women such as child welfare, education, prevention war. In which there was insufficient government Interest, until finally there was no field' uiuiearched by this Inquiring organization, no problem too complicated for its -use. It vitally Interested in the contribution of Muscle Shoals to the lowered living cost; to workers Insurance; minimum wage, Tho league has travel- led from the small home to the entire working world.

Eljtht Function. There are In the league set up at the present time eight committees for the convenience of study outline and distribution of material. Thin material IB collected to bridge the gap from tho specialist to the lengue member and Is available on any subject of tho work In a form not offered by any other nervice. The eight committees arn efficiency in government, women In Industry, living costs, logal status of-women, causes to prevent war, social hygiene, child welfare and fiducatlon. A second result of thin study is a large and tolerance of others point of The League member wants to Uarn ss she studies all sides of a question with an enquiring and non critical mind.

Uarn to becomo Impersonal in research. The league wishes its Membership to be articulate on all gubjects studied but only after the facts are known. A volume of fact Js being obtained by this method through actual contact In the survey type of study. "Tho National League In In a gratifying at present because of tho Administration backing," Mrs. Edwards stated, "The President is a great liberal and Mrs.

F.ooscvelt is an active member of thfl New York League of Women Voters." The machinery crnmcnt is just beginning to catch up with science and Mrs. Edwards says she a keen pleasure In taking part fn this remaking ot so large an Institution. Tho League Is watching with anxiety the Indiana administration, she says. In its attitude toward-Infant nnd maternal welfare and hygiene during its present program of revision. It has so far failed to safeguard the advances made so carefully during tho recent years which have made Indiana outstanding In its Health Education program.

Tho League feels that government should first be efficient. riaylol Is Presented. Closely following the active Ideal presented by Mrs. Edwards tor the League came a second Interpretation oC what the League does, given In dramatic form by members o( the Kokomo League. "The Grand Slam" presented a bridge foursome.

Betty, Clara. Olive and Betty, who have interests outside their home and are consequently bored particularity when the hostess announces that she has invited for tea two others who have become very, interested In the League of Women Voters. The guests arrive to find a scantily gracious group. The conversation soon turns upon this now organization And ono by one the bridge players are converted by Minna and Mrs. Kenneth, the lengue members.

Clara joins to learn more about International relations for use In home and church. Olive joins to receive the League program thru The Voter, the magazine which accompanies a membership. Bella, the most bored of all, joins because she has learned from work with a law firm that arc needed on juries and sho learns that tho League recommends this service. Betty is converted through the general education features of the study Four dollars arc thereupon paid to.Minna and a grand slam 'Is declared for the League of Women Voters. The parts were taken convincingly by Mrs.

Coffel, Mrs. Huston, Mrs. Lacey, Mrs. Bobbitt, Mrs. Fell and Mrs.

Mahln. The play was written by Miss Emily 'raft, daugh- ter'of the sculptor, LoratTo Toft and had been used by Mrs. Tolley in the MacComb, Illinois, league when she belonged there. Mrs. Frank Pennell, president of the Kokomo League presided, introducing the program and announcing the Juno meeting.

It will be In charge of the efficiency in government department with Mrs. "Arthur Manning as chairman. A that meeting the organization 1 of study groups will be effected. informal time followed the program with attractive tea service of Mrs. March Haynes, Mrs.

Donald Tolley, Mrs. John Reuss and Mrs. Bennett Bobbitt. Miss Kathcrine daugh- Striped Black Linen Ury-treasurer, Miss Jane Kaufman; assistant.and reporter, Greer. The 'meeting was dismissed by George Dot.son.

ntxt meeting will be at the home of Mr. and' Mrs. Earl.Crowdy,'1082 South EHz- street, July 7: The Sheaf class-, of Beamcr M. E. church' held its regular meeting at Beamer M.

E. church Friday Mrs. Millard Underwood was in charge of the open- ing'servlces in memory'of the deceased members, Mrs. Daisy Rody, Fred Pearl Rextrow, members were present coming committee for. Sorority's Part at Chicago Fair Is Arranged Miss Ruth' Turley, -newly "appointed province officer of the Tri Kappa was in Indianapolis Friday attending a- meeting.of the other province officers, with Chalmer C.

Schafer. of Fort Twentv four I Wayne, grand president, to discuss The wel- Plans the next two years' work sent, me wei n. A a the next month was appointed as Evarett Loren Teer, Mr. and Mrs. Ford Benedict.

Mrs. of the sorority 'and the part Tri Kappa will have at A Century of Progress-exposition. The sorority, members Butcher- offered the closing pray- Hostesses for the Indiana' unit of cr after which refreshments were the fair-during the two weeks from served'by the committee, compos- July 9 to 23, which, will include-In- Lllyitn laihrruui her reputation as the beat dressed woman In Hollywood, Lilyan Tashman wears a black linen tlrcss with white diagonal stripes. There is much to be said for diagonal stripes and weaves this year. They completely flatter a figure worth flattering.

Novelty fabrics are becoming to slender figures. Lllyan's linen frock for street wear has a pique collar and by combining pique and linen che has Ginger Rogers at the ping pong tournament at the Biltmore Hotel with Lew Ay res wore a black and white dress of a lacy material. Her gray scarf was fastened in front with.a handsome jeweled pin. Ann Harding likes novelties, too. Arriving at the studio driving her own cur she wore a white boucle cape and hat of the same material.

The hat was slit down the front to show Ann's lovely blond hair. Wynn Gibson lunching in the Paramount restaurant with Jack La Rue wore a tailored pique dress with blue and green plaid stripes scarf which neck. Her achieved the most modish effect of the sciuon. Maureen O'Sulllvan moving her on a white background. The coHar belongings Into her now beach homo wore short sleeved dross topped with turquoise blue wool- in an Intriguing basket en coat weave.

of the dress formed looped high at tho coat was light brown wool and her fez was of shiny brown straw -with a pique bow. tcr of Mr. and Mrs. O. C.

Martin, 929 North Main street, and Paul Butcher, son of Mrs. John Butcher. 715 West Preble street, were married at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at tho homo of tho bride's parentn. The Rev. Everett Nixon officiated with the single ring core- bridal couple with the at- mony.

The tcndants, Miss Martha DeFord and John the ring, bearer, Rita Mae Martin, niece of the with prayer by Mrs, Martha Troyer In behalf of several members of the class who are ill. Encouraging reports for the month were given by and cards and bou- 'qucts were reported sent to the sick. After the business meeting, Miss Louise Martzolf entertained with a number of piano aolos and there was a round table discussion of summer flowers. Mrs. Mygrant ciosod the meeting with prayer.

bride, stood in an archway which The hostess committee for the af- was decorated with garden flowers, tcrnoon was composed of Mesdames Baskets' of varl-colored Clara Rebecca Shauman, were used throughout the rooms, Spradling, Dawson and Emma Gal- Mrs. Martin, sister-in-law breath, of the bride, played the "Wedding- March from "Lohengrin" for the entrance of the bridal party and The Loyal Leaders' class Harrison Street Christian church ed of Mr. and Mrs. LaMar Mr. and An informal social time was enjoyed.

Neighborhood W. C. T. met Friday afternoon with the -president, 'Frieda Bookmiller, in charge. The opening songs were followed with devotions by Miss Dorothea Koper.

Members answered-roll call with current events from the Union Signal; Each member was asked to ma.rk her Tuesday against ratification of the'21st Amendment. Nine sick calls and one delicacy -were reported and Mrs. Price dismissed the meeting with prayer. The. next meeting will be at the home of Amelia Essman, 905 South Cooper stret.

Friday, June 9. In observance of Flower Mission-day, each member is asked to take flowers for the hospital. The June meeting of the W. M. S.

of the South Side Christian church was held--at the home of Mrs, Engle, 312 East King street, Friday afternoon. H. Thompson, president of the society, conducted the business meeting and Mrs. Milton Somers the devotions. Mrs; T.

J. Bennett was in charge the program In the presentation' of which she was assisted by Mrs. Mary Best, Mrs. Cazdwell, Mrs. Thomas Badcr, Mrs.

Godlove and Mrs. Rawlings. A' dialogue was given Misses Lillle Bennett'and Marjorie Cepllnger. Arrangements were made for serving the dinner at the meeting of the South Side Civic association on June 13. T.

N. F. club entertained Friday night at the home of Mrs, Ella Wills, 1116 South Armstrong street, with Mrs, Minnie Estle as hostess. Sixteen members and two visitors were present, the guesU being-Mrs. Dorothy Matthews of San Bernardino, and Mrs.

Orpha Croddy: After the, usual business session, the attendance prize -was won by Mrs. Cleta Dick and. con- tost prizes Staca West, Mrs, DicMand Mrs. Kate Muncie. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs.

Grace Simmons, 1718 North McCann street, July 7. The W. H. and F. of Dai- rough Chapel met at the home of Mrs.

Josie Bridegroom Friday night. The" opening exercises Included. a song, devotions by Mrs. Bridegroom and prayers by several members. Twelve- members and one visitor were present.

The lesson on "The American Indian" was given by Mrs. Dora Thompson and Mrs. Crousore dismissed the meeting with prayer. -During the social hour, prizes were awarded to Miss Helen Darrough -refreshments were served. The next meeting will be at the-home of Miss Burnette Clark PHI CHIEPSILON NATIONAL CONVENTION WILL JUNE 10-11 Member, of BeU Have Planned Bu.y Two Program for VUitors--Social Include Dinner and in Addition to Program of Coming Kokomo will 1 delegates to the flrst of two national sorority conventions to be this month'next week-end 1 when the Phi Chi Epsilon members gather here for their annual meeting.

Beta chapter members have spared no efforts to make the meeting in Kokomo outstanding in the annals of the sorority." Convention committees have been ai work on details for months and the round of social affairs and business sessions is expected to nil every diana day on'July 13. Province 6, mlnllte the visitors' time while. of which-Kokomo. is a a i in this city. The-Hotel Frances will'be convention headquarters.

and registration-will be held Saturday, 10. The delegates and grand council members 'will -meet for informal luncheon at noon and the flrst general business session will be held at 2:30 o'clock. Swimming at the M. A. from 3 to 5 o'clock has been planned and dinner at 6:30 o'clock at the Frances will be followed with a dance on the roof garden the have July as its special day.

Mrs. Schafer expects that there will be five hundred members of the sorority in attendance on Indiana day and that fifty-members will be on duty during each of the other hostess Tri Kappa will have for its feature- In the Indiana exhibit the works' of Indiana humorists, James Whitcomb Rlley, Kin Hubbard, and George Ade. There be twenty-five original illustrations of Riley's books by Will Vawter, flfty-slx original Abe Martin sketches by the late Kin.Hubbard and John -'McCutchcons 'Illustrations of George Ade's works. Besides these there will be original manuscripts and portraits. Governor Paul V.

McNutt -will' speak at 2:30 o'clock the afternoon of Indiana day. Others attending the province meeting with Mrs. Schafer and Miss Turlcy were Miss Ruth Hornung of Brookville, Miss Rosalie win of Frankfort, Miss.Mary Louise Campbell of Mrs. Elder Sherwood of Bloomfield and Mrs. Helen of Vln- Masonic Temple.

The Sunday program become a. sorority and the name, Phi Chi Epsilon; was chosen. chapter was organized in Kokomo April 23, 1922, with Miss Bertha Athey, a member of Alpha chapter, as organizer. Its charter members were Miss June Shocklcy (Mrs. Kemp of Los Angeles, Miss Aldinc Shockley (Mrs.

-Earl of Edwardsville, Mrs. William Kempf, Kokomo, Miss Mabel Bache (Mrs. Everctte Leach of Kokomo), Mrs. Glen Hullinger of Birmingham, Mrs. Arroll Winkler of St.

Louis, and Mrs. H. E. Wyme (Mabel Sworn). Mrs.

Wymc is the only charter member who it deceased. Mrs. Hullinger was the flrst president Charity Is Keynote Charity is the keynote of the organization and from the'time of its installation Beta chapter has been with all local charitable and civic projects. Assisting in the care of indigent families has been one of the outstanding works of the Kokomo chapter in recent years. Hearing Ii Foitporied.

Hearing on a. motion for a new trial in the case of Ruth Brower against the Indiana Business -College, made'by-the defendant, was continued Saturday until June 10. Mwriwe Llcenie. Laurence Stewart, Greentown, and Doris Hawkins. Greentown.

horseback 'riding at Jon'Misner's "Idle Houri' riding academy, a gen: oral business session-at 9'o'clock and luncheon at -1 o'clock at, the Country club, the latter being the closing event of the convention. Convention Miss Mildred Lightfoot is general chairman of-the convention. Other chairmen are "as follows: -Dinner, Miss Martha Meyer; dance, Miss Rebecca Sellers; luncheon, Kreag; program, Misi Elizabeth Fisher; favors, Miss Politz; sports, Mary Louise Freiberg; publicity, Mrs. Kenneth Shockley. Members of grand are: President; Miss Harriet Heck, South Bend; vice-president, Miss Lura Lantz.Muncle; secretary, Mrs.

Evelyn Buehler, Marion; treasurer, Scates, South Bend; editor, Carl Kreag, Kokomo; inspector, Mrs: Helen Focht, Richmond. Phi Chi Epailon was organized In 1918 in Marion as a sewing club, known as "The Pixie Club." Shortly its members decided to In 1928 Beta was awarded a diri- gold cup for being the first chapter include- to ODla i an out-of-stato chapter. at St. wedding airs during the met Friday night at the home of Darrough Chapel July 7. Tho bride wore a- poudrc blue silk Mr.

and Mrs. Oliver 1035 guests. Mr. Wright gave the opening prayer and sentence prayers and a song followed. It was planned to hold a sociable at the home of Mr.

and Mrs. Albert Kaufman, 1012 East Markland avenue', June 16. New officers wore 'elected as follows: President, C. E. DeWitt; vico- prcsldcnt, George Dotson; seerc- Miss Clark's expres- The Colored Wedding.

sion pupils will be presented in recitals on Monday Tuesday evenings of next week'at the Union Street Friends church, under the auspices of the Fellowship and Golden Rule Leaders classes of that church. The programs will begin at 8 o'clock and' a nominal admission will be charged. The public is invited. The program for' the Monday Clean Up Sale of All Bedding Stock TOM KNIPE Greenhouse dress with a lace jacket matching color and jbeigo slippers. Her flowers were an arm bouquet of pink roses.

Miss DeFord wore a blue chiffon dross trimmed in pink. After t-he ceremony a wedding dinner was given for twenty-two guests. Yellow and white were the prevailing colors and a wedding calce centered the table. Mr. and Mrs.

Butcher will make their home on a farm one and one- half miles north of Galveston. The Fellowship class of.theUnion 'Street Friends church held its June social and business meeting at the church Friday night. Mrs. Mamie Pavcy's Junior orchestra entertained with several selections to open the program and devotions were presented by Mrs. Susie Baldwin.

In tho absence of the president. Shirley Workman presided. "A Big Broadcast," presented as radio enjoyable entertainment. Those tailing part were the committee of the evening, assisted by Mrs. Eunice Smith.

Mrs. Elsie Turner, Mrsl Edna De- Ion, Omer Mason, Wayne Smith, tile Rev. Ward Applegate "and Mr. Mrs. Cecil Stonebraker, Special guests at the meeting included Mr.

and Mrs. H. C. Reitcnour-and children Howard nnd LaVerna, Miss Lcona Elmore and Mrs. Margaret Somcrs and daughter Virginia.

A service of refreshments was pro- vided'by the committee, of which were: Mr. and Mrs. Will Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Lamm.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph. Goudy and Mr. and Mrs.

Wesley Peterson. The Tri Kappa sorority-will Initiate its group of pledges Monday evening at-the home of Mrs. March W. 1915 South Webster street. The ceremony will follow a dinner at the at 6:30 o'clock, 'given by the chapter in honor'of new Mrs.

'Allen is general assisted by the other officers, Mrs. Harry Miss Catherine Miss Margaret Vent, Mrs. Claude Mary Wiesman and Mrs. Thatcher. The regular chapter business meeting will be held after initiation.

-An interesting meeting marked by a splendid attendance was held Delilah Weist by the Berean Bible class at Grace i Practising 1 Holler M. E. church Friday afternoon. Tho The. Old Time Wedding I president, Mrs.

Frank Brasket. was Love i charge. The members joined Encouragement. Duke A song-and devotions and "prayer Fast by Mrs. Clara Pyle were followed 1 Jean.

Jenkins and'Loretta'Wolf Home avenue, with an attendance James D. Golliday unit, American Wedding Qowns of a Century Are Displayed at Pageant With a beautiful, setting'of and. greenery and an elaborate program of' bridal music, "The Pageant of the Wedding Gown," was presented at Grace M. church Friday night under auspices the Eva K. Gregg Missionary society--a spectacle which will be-long "remembered for its charm, arid beauty.

Daughters Model Mary Louise Orcm wore Mrs. D. Springer's wedding dress from 1805; Miss Margaret Turbeville modeled dress worn -by. her mother, Mrs. S.

H. Turbeville In 1907, and two others of the same year This was Gamma chapter organized through the efforts of Miss Dorothy Kenroy, formerly of Kokomo, and Miss Glenna Imblcr. Beta'also is mother chapter of Zcta, Washington, D. installed in 1932. Eta- chapter was installed in January, 1933,.

at Niles, one of its charter members being Mrs, Baker Schweir.zgcr, formerly of Kokomo. The. chapter roll If as follows: Alpha, Marion; Beta, Kokomo; Gamma, Joe, Delta, Richmond; Epsilon, South Bend; Zeta, Washington, and Eta, Niles, Mich. flower of Phi Chi Epsilon ii the sweet pea and the colors, pink and green. The emblem is in the form of a shield carrying the letters, P.

and a Greek lamp of gold against a background of black enamel. Its national publication "The Pixie Tatler," which is issued every other month, of Beta Chapter Miss Glenna Imbler is president of the hostess chapter the other officers are as follows: Dorothy Jacobs; Miss Mildred Gross, secretary; Miss-Mildred Lightfoot, treasurer; Miss Mary.Louise Freiberg, editor; Mrs Homer R. Miss Grace Weaver, sergeant-at-arms These officers will serve until the flrst business meeting after con vention. Mrs. John E.

Moore is patroness and Olive Edwards and Mrs. Murphy advisers. The wedding gowns, 'which cov-j Margaret. Miss Vent also had on ered period of one hundred and the slippers worn by her three vears ranged from the 'sheer- i and grandmother at their weddings, est of lawns to the 1 heaviest of Mrs. Howard Brown's dress was were -those of Mrs.

L. W. Kemper, Beta has an active membership of twenty-five and since its installation in 1922 has initiated 167 members. worn by Miss Betty Jeter, and Mrs. B.

R. Vent, worn by her. daughter, bridal satin and from the simple, unadorned dress to ornate and elaborately trimmed. As wide a divergence was seen in the although the traditional white was predominate. One was impressed with the similarity of present day.

modes of puffed sleeves and -full skirts 'with those of the yesteryear, 'The musical preceding; the processional-was by a number of Kokomo's well known including- Mrs. March of eighteen members and four i.Leglon Auxiliary, will meet- Mon- Haynes, Mrs. Mrs. day evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Ethel. Pease, Reid McCain, Legion home.

It will, be the- first' Fred Goyer and -Mrs. J. mooting in three weeks- and several I Brown. George Umfreys played the organ accompaniments and W. Morrison at the piano.

For the Mrs. Umfreys, Miss 'Phyllis Mae Umfreys, Mrs. Blanch Gorton and Miss Hannah.Jane Scott played. Leading the. processional was lit- matters of general interest will be before the meeting, including a report on the Poppy Day sales.

A large attendance is. asked. Additional Society on Page Ten Pupils of Miss Jessamine Clark Will Be Presented in Two Recitals evening recital is as 'follows: Organ Solo Selected Marian Howcll School Days Sketch Mary Ann Wiebers. Jack DeLon' Play-School Sorijrs and Readings Rhythm Band Sidney Hall. Rebecca -Valcn tino, Jack Strauss.

Barbara Kirkpatrick, Shirley Jane Workman, 'Jackie Hall, Emily Ann Beechy. Robert erly Ann Shirley, Pat Maloney, Peggy Lou Kirkpatrick, Marion'-. Pendrell. Granny's Come to Our 1 Louise Duke The Julia-Ann Maple The Family Drum Corp'. Martha Jane and Joe Hadley and Maxine Martin Cattails Wiebers Daddy Alice At School Joe Garbert Buying Sketch Margaret Maple, Louise Clark, Phyllis Duncan Punished Jane Garbert Martin The Backward Marie and Nita Jean -Richards Capital Ann-Jenkins worn by her daughter, 1 Mrs.

Fern Osburri Learner's dress by Miss Annabel Clark; Mrs. Agnes Davis Schuler'6 dress by. Miss-Jane Wright; Mrs. Herbert'Ash's dress by. Miss Helen Turbeville and Mrs.

Robert J. Hamp's dress by 'Miss Helen Holman. These covered the period from 1909 to 1915.. Those who wore their own wedding gowns were Mrs. James Wells, Mrs.

H. Berkeypile, Mrs. Maur- ice'E. Louth, Mrs. Mrs.

Elmer. M. Matthews, Mrs. Graftbn Charles, and Mrs. John Ellis Fell.

Miss' Sarah wore Mrs. Mae Becraft Spradling's- 'cream net frock, Miss Mary Ellen Springer was Mrs. L. W. Penniman's dress of white embroidered velvet, 1 Miss.

Betty Wells wore Mrs. Wayne Seaver's dress, Miss Hester in Mrs. Morris DeHor- niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiilllr Calendar for the Week Sunday: Regular forum of Hi-Y boys and Alice Carey Girl Reserves at Y. A. Mrs.

Bailey of Marion wil speak on "Choosing There will be special music by George Beasley. Monday: 3:00 p. m. Girl Reserve Chora Club rehearsal. After rchearsa plans for a party will be made.

4:00 p. m. Blue Tri Girl Reserves ity's white satin wedding dress and hamburger fry at the Y. W. for Frank Kellie wore.Mrs.

Loren senior girls well as undergrad Ucs. 6:30 p. The regularmeeting Chapter has been postponed un til June 26. at which time, they meet Y. W.

Lodge at Sunny followed by Miss Alley's' net -wedding dress.) uatcs. Gwendolyn Jo wearing Those appearing. with veils were quaint old-fashioned frock. WeddLnr Drem of 1830. Mrs B.

Yingling had the hon-j'Wells," Mrs. Fell and Mrs. Kellie. or of wearing the''oldest wedding I In conclusion, Mrs. Gertrude Burr i Mrs.

Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Matthews, Miss Springer, Miss married In 1830 also. It was of extremely htavy corded brown silk, fashioned In simple lines- and in apparently -perfect- condition. Mrs.

E. Smith appeared a A Act'comedy I al, hand inade, Betty and Bobby Baldwin. Jean Gifford, Bernardine Simmons Tuedday Evening Program. Organ Solo Selected Marian Howeli. School Day's Sketch Jane and Joe Hadley Play-School Children.

Songs, and 'Rhythm Band Numbers Sidney Hall, Rebecca Valen- tine. Jack Strauss, Barbara Kirkpatrict. Shirley 'Jane Workman, Ann Eeechy, Robert Fox, Bev' erly Ann Shirley, Pat Maloney. Peggy Kirkpatrick, Marion Pendrtfl Inside and Out. Joan Russell Secret Mf.rldith and Maxine Martin Vocal -Solo.

Woodard Broken Glass Jean Johnson gown that''worn by great-j Hirschman. of ap- grandmother in 1830. It was, of peared wearing the white brown silk, with'tight 'basque satin dress in which she was mar- ill-skirt, all hand rled in 1932. One of.her bridal- at- Mrs John Ellis Fell 'wore tendar.ts,' Miss Dorothy-Mae Stans- wedding gown of Fell's grand-' accompanied her. Dr.

Turbe- mother Mrs. Anna Ellis, who was i ville the benediction. Bridesmaids and Flower Girls. Others assisting, with" the program were the three bridesmaids, Misses Helen Saberton, Suzanne Hatton and Mary Jo Hunt; the Meadows Camp. Tuesday 2:30 p.

m. Omega GirJ Reserve will announce new officers foi Virginia she was married in 1866. Ellen Ardman, Mary Alice McCain, Pauline Price, Jan Ryan. Pauline Sockery: Setting-'a Lett Nelson A Plearant Half Hour-on iDorotha Mae Mills Getting; Rid of- An; Agent. Veldaia'nd Weldon" McNeal; W.ise'and Vivian Needham The Study Hour.

Hartleroad Ball Elizabeth. Ann Eeachler A Highlv Colored Ann 'and Mary Loulie Gee Whiz! Stout Speak Up Katherine Qulnn A Model Sermon Randall He Said, and She Act Comedy Virginia Vandenbark. El-nest Hia'tt; -Brown silk.aiso' was the-material I and Marjorie Hunneshagen, dblyn DeWees, Jan Heady, Nancy Currens, Marjorie Ann Grubbs, Barbara Lou Smith, Rebecca Woodward, Lenora Jane Edwards and Wanda Woolary; 'and the ursh- ers, Jud Wright, John Richardson, William Miles, James Wells. Harry Palmer, John. Louth, John Jessup, John Life, Truman Kellie and Bob Boughman.

The program was announced by Leroy Kemper. The decorations for the church were a' profusion of mock orange blossoms and wisteria which almost completely concealed the chancel, floor of the mock orange blossoms, -eight 'tall of the gown worn by Mite Virginia Knlpe. It was the wedding gown of her great, Mrs. Agnes Knipe Hairlan, in 1869. Florence Recder Ludlow wore her great-grandmother's dress and Mrs, Herbert DeWees was in the attendant's- dress at the.

same wedding in 1869. Both-were of heavy' cashmere, the bride's of cream color and the other gray, and both were fashioned with. extremely large Other Interesting old gowns-were worn as Ellis'Learn- er modeling the one by her Mrs. William' H. Osburn on New Year's, eye, Mils Betty the ccming -year, and installation services -will be conducted.

It Is 1m portant that all members be pres cnt. white' seven-branched nlngham, mother of D. Miss- Argyleen Brown in tht white silk dresi of Mri. H. O.

JMoore, married 'in 1890; Mri, A. ehester. In- the corded-silki'dress of her mother, worn in Jean Roettger in mull dress, of late Shade, in Mrs. Tom-Moulder wearing. Mrs.

John Souder's dresi. worn in 1900. and Miss Marian'Bentley. in' the gown of 'her who i was married In 1901. 1, a number of single candles.

Contrasting with aiid green color note were two bowls which held-pink 1 peonies'and roses. Mrs. Maurice E. Louth Is president of the-Eva'K. Gregg society and assisting her.

In the presentation of-'the 'evening- 'were Mrs. Clyde Spraker as. general chairman; Mrs. H. D.

Bcr.keypile, chairman of.gowns; Mrs. I. D. decorations; 'Heady, 7:30 p. m.

The Tri Beta Club wil entertain at the in honor the 1933 Blue Tri Senior girls. Wednesday: 10:00 a. m. All Sun Nee Gir! Re serves will- meet' at the Y. promptly at ten o'clock where they will go in cars to the Lantz swim mlng pool- for an all day outing Bring lunch and swimming Thursday: 6:30 p.

m. The Blue Tri' -Alpb Club will meet at the Y. W. and in cars-to the country-home of Mrs Maxine Smlth-Heaton for s. ham burger fry and "treasure hunt.Ele'c tion of officers for the coming year will be held.

1:30 p. m. Meeting of the Indus trial committee, Mrs. Glen R. Hill is chairman.

7:30 p. m. Weworka Club, impor tant meeting. Saturday: 3:00 to 9:00 p. m.

The Wework Club of the Industrial Depwtmen will have a lawn fete at the Y. for'the benefit of Itis Camp Gra delegates' fund. Details will annpunced later. Ixmklnt; Ahead The board -of directors will hav its regular, meeting and, open the Y. W.

C. A. at Sun ny Meadows on Monday, June 1 An open house will be held th afternoon of the same day, will be given In 'next week's Trlb and Louth, ushers. GARDEN PLANTS DARE, 720 W. North Sim PflBRGBRPW Mrs.

Lyndon Wilson has returned her home in Chicago after a. visit in this city with her rother, C. I. Togstad and wife ol orest Park. Mrs.

Wanita Hughes went to In- ianapolis, Friday, where she met or sister. Miss Betty Fredrick, nd Miss Phyllis Palmer, who ac- ompanicd her home to spend the ummcr vacation with their par- nts Mr. and Mrs. J. E.

Fredrick uid Mr. Mrs. P. H. Palroev.

Miss Fredrick and Miss Palmer are Indents at Mt, Ida Seminary at Tewton, Mass. Wincgardncr, Mrs. M. Oaks and daughters, Betty Jane nd Ellen Jean, and Mr. and Mrs.

Winegardncr and daughter, -atsy, have gone to Cincinnati, Dhio, where they were called by ie serious illness of Mrs. Alma Vinegardner's grandson, Francis Vlnegardner, who is suffering from severe concussion of the brain nd fractured skull. The injuries were received when he was struck a batted ball while playing with riends. Mrs. James A.

Wells Jr. and liss Frances Dixon spo-nt Satur- ay in Indianapolis, where they at- ended the Ward Belmont luncheon at the Marott hotel. Miss Lenorc Hurley of Anderson visiting over the week-end with icr parents southwest of Kokomo. Mrs. Earl Hlte, Mrs.

Harry True- jlood and daughter. Patsy and Miss Ruth Turley spent Friday In Indianapolis. Miss. Ruth Fredrick, a student at university, is visiting for a ew days in this city with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

J. E. Fredrick. Mrs. W.

G. Wentz. Mrs. Dorotha Pratt and Harold Wcntz are leav- ng soon on an extended motor rip to southern California, At San Francisco they'will visit with Mrs. Weniz's sister, Mrs.

F. O. Strausberg. They will take the. outhern route on their way west and return hcmt by the northwest route.

Mrs Lulu Lambert visiting In Marion with her sister, Mrs. Caluds H. Hamilton. They spent Friday Indianapolis. Mr.

and Mrs. Charles have returned home after tew days' visit in Detroit, Mich. Philip Jessup has left for Chicago, he will ming in "The Messiah." at A Century of Mrs. T. U.

Vaile and daughter, Elizabeth, and son, Theodore, have -one to Cltypool, to be the guests of Ida Homan. Mrs. Hirschman and Mlei Mary Margaret Hirschman of Indianapolis visited over Friday night Kokomo with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.

S. Burr. Jack- a student at Indiana university, is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs.

Frank Pennell of West Sycamore street. Mr. and Mrs. H. R.

McKinncy and daughters, Helen and Martha, and Mrs. Jam'ei E. Quick, Jr. returned home from Kalamaioo, Mich. Friday evening, havjngbeen.

called to the bedside of their moth- Mrs. Martha A. Bennett, who the misfortune in falling and breaking her hip while daughter. Mrs. C.

A. Cook and fam- l3 Mr -and Mrs. Charles Hodgin re- tu-ned home. Saturday, from Winter Haven, where they spent he winter. Mrs.

Frank Pennell went to Culver. Saturday, to visit her son, attend the commencement-exercises. George Reed, a. student at Indiana university will come home, Sunday to visit for a- few days with parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Arthur Reed. Martha Jano Harriwm Hurt Dr. W. H. Harrison received word that his daughter, Martha Jane, age fifteen, of Tulsa.

was Injured Tuesday when two automobiles collided. She was thrown tree from the wreckage into a field, as the result of which she suffered a' broken collar bone and a dis- ocated shoulder joint She taken to the Tulsa hospital and later removed to her home, A sub- icquent message to her father states that Miss Harrison's condition is not regarded as serious. Albert Coombs Drowned Mrs. Haiel Collins has message from her aunt, Mrs. Nora Howeli Statesman, formerly of Kokomo, stating that the grandson, Albert Coombs, had drowned while swimming at Cincinnati.

The. occurred May 27. The who was eighteen- years old. was the son of Fred C. Coombs, who was killed on the Mexican border about fo.ur years ago.

Monroe-Howe- Friends in Kokomo have received word of the marriage of Mrs. Anna Louise Howe, 1012 South Purdum street, and Frank. Monroe of Indianapolis which took May 11 in Indianapolis." Whether a sailor, turban, fci or bertt, hats continue to be worn with the forward tilt. New straws, taffeta, gros-grain ribbons, rough rayon crepes, silks and-Cellophane- in Various fabric version! are all featured In the new hats. C.

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