The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on April 27, 1913 · Page 29
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The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana · Page 29

Indianapolis, Indiana
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Sunday, April 27, 1913
Page 29
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LDITORIAL * V AUTOS ( --· riwfcTfct tWfii^BMj Vuit*. *W^S i rot 'voi; v THE INDIANAPOLIS Sui wTLtfRinv r^ PAGE.S ISTGi'l \ n :\ tusi s r v u-aii- interesting organizations /^utiicaknfl social.circles of Indianapolis IB the Mtt J?hi Epsilon ^orority. TJxe4pcalchapter;i$ affiliated wlth-the iiaticmfil society * that held a large cbn- v^tlon JttBq^tpn1^Bt week, an4 several of the Indi^iftdiis members were In attendance, Mids Marie ^rug acted, as musical delegate and J$i6B H^zel Kiniiey ad business Mega,tfe/ - ; Mauy'pf the mot prominent women , njusiciaiis ofthe country ar 'members of the sorority arid during Visits in this city h^ve been entertained by the loc^l chpter. ; When Mme, Sara Walker Cahier of JBerlin, formerly of Indianapolis, .came home to Sing for her ^former friends 4nd admirers last yto, she was itiated into the sorority he t re. Mme. a Schumanh-Heink,' Alice end Germaine - Schnitzer all \ i e, honorary members of the/sorotity 1 behave made speciaPfrtends of the dianapolis chapter members. Schu* iiin-Heink and Miss Schniteer bqth . ' J! ' · . , ' 5 ' · . .jvM honor guests at 1 delightful rec^p* i)q I given by the Indianapolis women / Ud Miss Neil^en held an; informal re- k ' Option for the girls on the, stage fol- \Wing her last appeartotie here. ,A 7 !rty had been planned, but, as Miss * ^ilsen was in the city only for a few kours, she invited the girls to come Vher, ; * r ' *; The active chaffer of Indianapdlis \ ^a membership qf twenty-flve, with : i* list on the alumnae roll* Miss Hutchins IB the president, Miss tjmore Bvetsonsthe vice president, ""/a. Grace Barrow Johnson the treafc- 1 rr, Miss Mbel M. Wheeler the t ling secretary and Miss Marie of Sullivan the corresponding iary* the organisation is devoted | fat entirely to the aocifil feature of !ian*ri club life, the underlying am* n is to promote that which is best 6 music world of America, for ate chapters in t sixteen of the ?ittes. The members are not ! ,ert to any one branch of music 1 , but includOfjlhe women who arc cultivating their voices as well as stu-j dents of all the musical instruments* The convention in Boston was a three-day session, and the Massachu* setts meinbers of the sorority acted at*' '* hostesses. Among the entertainments that were given for their enjoyment were a largo reception, a banquet, a dance and a party to hear the famous! Boston^ Symphony Orchestra. The local chapter r will havo an initiation of new members this m6nfh. It will take place at the home of the club, treasurer, Mrs. Albert Johnson* The new members to be taken into the sorority, this year arc Miss Kdna Xttyer, Miss Susan Gli^ldefa Miss Elste Evans and Miss Luciie Shields. Miss Reyer is the daughter of Mr; and Mrs. Theodore Reyer and is a pianist of 1 ' t much talent; Miss Glldden's home is in SijiUivpn, though she comes to Indianapolis for her music study. She sings and playa both and is very popular among the Indianapolis musicians, ,Miss Elsie Evans and Miss Lucilo Shields of Indianapolis are both talented pianists and Miss Shields is; making a name for herself through the publication of her compositions. LEW Mayor Will Bo HeadUrier in Show at Hockvllie, lad, The name of Mayor Shank i» being spread on all - available billboard space in and about RockvIUe, Ind M In announcing tbat ho is to toe tho big feature In what*tho citizens havo styled tho "Rock- viHc«Shanh HlnatrelB." Tho Bhow if» to be t given at Kockvillo May 7, with abou* forty men of Prko County at^d the Indianapolis mayor comprising the cast. Mayor Shank may not bo ono of the "end man" and he may not appear in 4 blaok face/ 1 but ho will, nevertheless, bo ono of the headline^ of tho entortainment The mayor, it id said, hcm agreed to appear before tho footlights at Roekvjlle BO as to overcome any, stage fright'ho might experience before ho takes up hte work an a high-priced vaudeville performer. RflRCHIVE*

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