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Page 30 THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS Inter Nos To Install Officers At Lunch Mapletonians To Gather i review "Ruffles and Flour lanes," by Liz will recount the tale In the first person, disguised as the authoress in a wig and attire. Members of Inter Nos will meet for a dessert lunch at 12:30 p.m. Sept. 22 in the home of Mrs. David Young, 4736 Andover Square.

New officers to be installed will be: Mrs. Donald Dclbrook president; Mrs. George A. Paetz, vice-president; Mrs. H.

C. Townes, secretary; and Mrs. Young, treasurer. Mrs. Paul Dorsey, who will CM -f (ADVERTISEMENT) J.

By MYRTIE BARKER The neighborhood concept may be slipping in some communities, but not with the Old Mapleton crowd. For the 44th year, folks who now live or who have ever had any ties with the vicinity of 38th and Illinois are invited to the annual meeting of the Old Mapleton Association. 1 11 'v i ft i i MY rr unveil 51 Ladies Auxiliary to the International Stereotyper's and Electrotyper's Union, enjoy themselves at the luncheon and wig style show in the Murat Shrine Wig Talk Mrs. Cordon Crabhorn (left), Miss Cathy Carter (center) and Mrs. Howard Crafton, members of the 4 4 Club.

The event was yesterday. 1 J-r As usual, they will gather at North Methodist Church, 38th and Meridian Streets. Nest Sunday at 2 p.m., will be a time of remembering. The name Mapleton, old residers will be quick to tell you, springs from the fact that 38th Street was originally lined with beautiful maple trees. In fact, it was formally called, Maple Road.

Even the village, complete with U.S. Post Office and town pump, centered on the present site of 3Sth and Illinois, was called, Mapleton, a name influenced by the sugar maples growing there about. It has been the privilege of this column over some years to take note of the efforts of Mapletonians to retain the warmth and fellowship characteristic of those who have dwelt in a community much of their life. This year the reunion will pay tribute to Mrs. Dorothy Lease Bos-son, who as a child lived at 4507 N.

Illinois, the family farm of 40 acres. She was the ninth of 10 children. Her father. Jake Lease, was a fruit grower. Seated left to right: Linda Hanes and Mrs.

Bruce Woodard, Waitress is Dottic Walker. IT'S PRIME BEEF TIME AT CURT'S entertainment by Ted Kill. Ted plays the organ nightly in the Gold Room, put it together and it makes for a fun evening. Come on out and enjoy Curt's. plete and varied menu including fresh sea food or whatever suits your fancy.

You'll enjoy Curt's restful elegance and atmosphere, complemented by delightful Ladies get the man of your life to treat you to a Candlelight dinner tonight at Curt's Restaurant. Enjoy Prime Ribs of Beef with your favorite appetizer and salad. Curt's has a com Witn a real knack for writing poetry, Mrs. Bosson wrote the words to one of the songs which the Old Mapleton Association sings each year, to the tune of "Maryland, My, Maryland." The words are as follows: "Mapleton, old Mapleton, Your streets were ankle deep with dust. But they've been paved as good ttreets must, Mapleton, dear Mapleton.

"Remember the good eld general store. The blacksmith shop where bellows roar. The dear old church with open door? Mapleton, dear Mapleton. Although with pride, we view the street. With the good eld days, it ean't compete.

Mapleton, old Mapleton. With time, old scenes we held so dear, Like our loved ones must ds-appear. But memories linger ever near Mapleton, eld Mapleton. We pledge to meet to honor you, Mapleton, my Old friends to greet, eld times renew, Mapleton, my Mapleton May childhood memories, strong and fine Be with us as our fires decline Let's meet each year for 'Auld Lang Syne' Mapleton, my Mapleton." ROTH'S SENSATIONAL OFFERING SHOWROOM SAMPLE I- 2m members of the organization during their 68th annual convention which concludes Friday evening. The NEWS Photos, Patty, Haley.

Mrs. David Cummings (left) and Mrs. Charles Lunsden admire the wigs during the style show. The ladies luncheon will be repeated today as part of the planned activities for Tha product not conntend ft AmancM Nation! Red Clou. direct from famous New York MINK MANUFACTURER'S Showrooms Menswear Preview Heralds Return To Conservatism 1 41 GENUINE HARVEST BOWL Attractive for Fall decor.

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J6.95, pstg. paid. (Ind. residents add 13c state tax) trousers, too, which have a MINK SAMPL ES A chameleon characterization. On the under-30 man, it's a funky sign; on the over-30, By JEAN JENSEN Fashion Editor A press premiere of men's and boys' fashions was presented in a theater-in-the-round atmosphere at Ayres' last night it's frozen into a conventional attitude.

MILLINER SALES CO. Anelectric intermission P.O. Box 283 ALL INDIVIDUALLY SELECTED-STOLES! CAPES! JACKETS! Wabash, Ind. 46992 1:: i came with a sudden switch-on of bumps-and-grind music. All eyes turned to the entrance- scene of Mrs.

John R. Butler, Ayres' merchandise assistant, STROLLERS! COATS! 4 DAYS ONLY who slunk her way up onto the circle stage clad in a one- piece body suit topped with a dozen fashion-new shirts. Mrs. Butler is a tall redhead with a remarkable resemblance to Gwen Verdon. She really (Thurs.

thru Sunday) LUXURIOUS NATURAL made the show come alive with her nicely-naughty dance routine as one-by-one she stripped away the shirts, toss DDODIfDD(i 237697 ing them put to the audience until she was down to her MINK STOLES (o) (o) 11(2) (9) leopardskin. Like the local flicks, it whetted the appetite with coming attractions, a few short subjects, sports and a comedy, but the main attraction turned out to be a rerun of what we've been seeing' the last two years in men's suits. Ayres' men's store fashion director, Peter Arnold, wore a velvet-collared Hardy Amies tuxedo with a buttoned vest cut to cummerbund visibility in front to show off the exceedingly laced bib of his formal white shirt. His enviably spare frame was right for the narrow black pants with wide flare at the bottom. Arnold forecast that "freak is out, chic is in." Apparently, the stage is set for compromise in fashion.

The avant garde and the conventional man have come to terms this season. There will still be some excitement but no costumes. The bits and pieces of the masquerade that linger show up as vests, jumpsuits, fun fur coats. Shoes carry the biggest kick, often in several tones; of color as well as mixed leathers or a combination of canvas and leather. Boots have never been better except when they have higher heels.

Deep-toned colored shirts are banned to sportswear while prints in geometries, wallpaper patterns and stripes, often on jacquard weaves in verticals of varicolor are in softer tones for dress and business suits. Men's business suits inclined to favor the same shaped jacket with wide lapels, flapped pockets, deep vents and more shape to the pants. There were cuffed Two long coats featured as exciting coming attractions were a water-repellent uncut in corduroy in aubergine and the Sherpa coat simulated curly goatfur with vinyl trim. A camel carcoat with a deep coachman's collar, by Strato- jac had a virile handsomeness coupled with its practical FREE STORAGE 'TIL NEEDED CHARGE IT AT ROTH'S LET-OUT NATURAL MINK DOUBLE COLLAR STOLES Hi STOLES s299 s349 I FULLY LET-OUT COWL COLLAR EL DORADO 5 BUTTON FRONT ll length for sportscar drivers. "Aubergine, Arnold ex plained, "Is the color manu facturers describe as "Any hue from dirty pink to dried blood." It's nifty with black or navy accessories and looks like it will be the unisex color of 1971.

Geometric polyester knit suits and solid banker's-choice colors in double knit are a reality for businessmen. The trend to belted tunic suits in knits, too, should win more of a following because of their comfort and simplicity. I STOLES JACKETS ji i 'All Fir Prodticfs i 8 Ssl M99J 1 1 SSI FULLT LET-OUT FULL LENGTH 1 I A Singer zig-zag machine in a cabinet 1 STRDUER lENQTH NATURAL MINK If fWM COATS ji COATS i Singer quality through and through! It's yours in the Fashion Mate machine with its own Kingston Lingerie Classes cabinet both by Singer. The machine sews zig-zag, sews on buttons, makes buttonholes, too! Come cn in. See howyou'i! save.

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