Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, December 29, 1914, Sports Final, Page 9, Image 9

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Mna. A. SIDNCr CAnrENTEIl will enter
tain at dinner at tlio nltz-Carlton In honor
of her niece, Jtlss Paulino Dlsston, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. William Dlsston, tomorrow night
The uuesls will Incliido Mlsa nuth Coxc, Mlas
Cordelia Hlddlc, MIbs Susan IJrlmner lngersol,
Miss Ilosn.Uo Dolan, Miss Clmrlotto Hush, Miss
Gertrude Tower, MIbi Charlotte Hardlnff Brown,
Miss Margaret Dennett, of Boston; Lewis Par
Bons, Philip S. P. Randolph, Jr., Hadcllffe Che
ton, Hamilton Dlsston, Carpenter, II. Penn
Smith, Jr John Potter, A, J. Drcxel Diddle, Jr.,
nnd Frederick Stlllmnn, of New York. Tha
guests wilt afterward attend the Berwlnd ball.
Dr. and Mrs. J. Leslie Davis will bo at home
on New Year's afternoon, from 4 until 6 o'clock,
nt 135 South 18th street. No cards have been
sent out.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodoro XV. Heath, of 1S3S Pins
street, will entertain nt dinner on January 7 In
honor of Miss Mary Crozcr Pago and J. Mare
chal Brown, Jr., whose wedding will tako placo
January 21.
Miss KUicl At. Huhli, daughter of Georgo A.
Huhn, who Is a student at a boardlngchool In
New York State, Is spending the holidays with
her father at tlio Illtz-Carlton. Miss Huhn has
as her guest Miss Dolly Kimble, of Now York.
Mr. Huhn will entertain at a theatre party and
eUpper nftcrwnrd at the Illtz-Carlton on New
Year's Evo In honor of his daughter.
Thcro will bo a niasqucrado subscription dance
and supper at tlio Philadelphia Cricket Club
on New Year's Vvo nt 0 o'clock. This danco
wilt not bo a recular club dance, but n prlvato
subscription affair. Tho committee In chargo
Includes Mrs. Georgo C. Thomas, Mrs. Clement
Reeves AVainwrlght and Mrs. John H. Whit
taker. Lieutenant Commander Henry C. Mustln nr
rlved In New York yesterday on tho Finland.
Mr. Mustln has been nboard the U. S. S. North
Carolina at Naplos for the past few months.
Mrs. Mustln, who lias been tho guest 6f her
sister. Mrs. Georgo Harnett, at tho marine bar
racks In "Washington, left Beveral days ago for
New York to meet her husband.
Lieutenant William Woods Smyth has arrived
In this city on board tho U. S. S. Minnesota
from Vera Cruz nnd with Mrs. Smyth has taken
an apartment at tho Lincoln.
Mrs. Morris J. Lewlt,, Mrs. Henry E. Drayton
and Mrs. Horace II. Franclno will bo at homo
Thursdays In January after i o'clock nt 1315
Locust street.
WAYNE Mrs. Benjamin Franklin James will
entortoln at luncheon on Wednesday. December
SO, In honor of Mrs. William B. Ashton.
Recent nrrivals at tho Waynewood Include
Mrs. Charles Francis, Miss Hannnh Francis and
Miss Jane Francis, of Philadelphia; Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Balnbridge and daughter, Mary, of
Chicago: Harry Jones, of Philadelphia, nnd
Miss Frances Holder and Miss Harriet Holder,
of Eden Hall, Torrcsdalc, Pa.
Miss' Mlfdred Post left last week 'to attend a
houso party at Montreal, Can., over tho holl
dajs. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Tlllotson, of the Bould
ers, gave a dlnner-danco at their home on
Saturday night.
OAKMONT Miss Anita H. Hlbbcrd will en
tertain at her homo tomorrow evening, Decem
ber 30. Somo of tho guests will Include Miss
Margaret Price, Miss Helen Jennls. Miss Mil
dred Hbbcrd, Miss Clara Pfnff, Miss Margaret
Pfaff. Miss Ethel Gravatt, Ralph Sharp, James
Duffy, Francis Toner, Louden Raper, Francis
Nelrlng and Edward Gallagher, Jr., tho well
known athlete and sprinter of tho Meadow
brook Club.
There will bo a danco this evening at tho
Wynnefleld Country Club for tho members of
tho Phi Phi Alpha Sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Will
Jam Kuhn, Jr of iOS North 6th street, will bo
among those present.
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Lloyd, of 233 Harvey
street, have returned to their homo from Dover,
Del., where they spent Christmas Day and tho
week-end as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Lloyd. They will entertain a 'party of youns
'people on New Year's Eve at tho Gerraantown
Cricket Club.
Miss Audrey Kane, of 715 Lincoln drive, en
tertained at dinner last night before tha Wharton-Dodge
dancing class at Manhelm, The
guests numbered IS, and Christmas greens
formed tho table decoration.
A house party mads up of young- people in
Germantown will leavo within tho next few
days for Buck Hill Falls Inn. The party will
be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Francis Butler
Reeves nnd will Include Miss Isabel Jenkins,
Miss Josephine Reeves, Mlsa Mary Primrose
Reeves, Francis Reeves, Lloyd Reeves and John
Mrs. Joshua Ash Pearson, of 433 West Pries
street, will entertain at bridge on Saturday
afternoon, January 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Frlcke. of 134 West
Upsal street, will be at noma Informally on
New Year's Day from 3 until 5 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. David E. Bupplee, Jr., of New
York, spent tha week-end as tha guest of Mr.
Supplee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. David B. Sup
ples, of IBS East Washington lane. Mr. and
Mrs. Bupplee, Jr., have returned to their home.
Hits Anna Scott, of SK West School Houso
lane, is at present In Pittsburgh visiting friends.
(She will return to her home next week.
Norman T. Moore, of Nw York, baa returned
home, having spent several days with his par
T eats, the Rev- and Mrs. George Moore, of 1ST
Janberry street.
IJlea Blether Cherry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
&wt Cherry. Jr., of Carpenjer atree wlH-aflf
ttitsl" at n Informal party oa New Year's
Bjfkt at o'cloak.
X. and Mrs. Qiutavua Resafc wlK triv a
jpgtt fWW party at their borne, Prospect
Bvsrgrsaa avtauas, on ThJr4y aviates
'raw until odeck, if baser of tbeir sat
4u?htr, Miss CsjtoUm V, Hsmalt.
Mr and Mrs. CbariM B Sartea, at Wast
('kwtuat veau, a rtU4 tt luvttaiis
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at Us FbtLutelplDa Cricket CM, tS &9AOT Of
ncss of tho tatter's grandfather, Theodore
Armstrong. Miss Moyn Is the fiancee of Albert
Bnrtonf son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Barton.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarenco IC. Kllnk, of 7418 Sten
ton nvenuc, will bo nt homo to their friends
on New Tcnr's Day. A musical program has
been arranged.
Miss Itoso Ellas, of 367 Gowcn avchue, will
entertain nt luncheon, followed by bridge, In
honor of Miss Constance Gummey and Miss
Gertrude Gummey, on Wednesday, January 6.
Tho luncheon tables wilt hnvo pink roses nnd
ferns ns centrepieces, and tho guests will
Includo Miss Frances Omcrly, Miss Lnulso Mc
Dowell, Miss Eleanor Edmonds, Miss Helen
McKlnlcy, Miss Junlta Sauvcnur, Miss Natalia
SnuvMiur, Mrs. Theobald Clark, Miss Amelia
Douglas, Miss Dorothy Cooke, Miss Elizabeth
Ash, Miss Eleanor Moycr, Miss Marlon Moycr,
Miss Nelllo Taj lor, Miss Grace Malcolm.
Miss Ellas and Miss Loulso McDowell, chap
eroned by Mrs. Joseph Ellas, will attend tho
New Year's hop at the Naval Academy In
Annapolis, Md.
Tho Huntingdon Valley Country Club will hold
the usual "open houso" on New Year's Day.
Luncheon will bo corvetl nnd members and
their guests pro Invited to attend. Thero will
bo music and dancing during tho nftcrnoon,
which will probably bo continued through the
Miss Dorothy Steffnn, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John M. Stcffan, of lltli street, nbovo Oak
Lnno avenue, Oak Lane, will entertain the
members of tho class of 191S of tho Stevens
School at luncheon today at 1:30 o'clock. Among
those invited are Miss Carolyn Osborne, Miss
Jenn Knox, Miss Caroline Croutcr, Miss Dorothy
McBrlde, Miss Molly Jones, Miss Margaret Zim
merman, Miss Dorothy Jenkins, Miss Alice Dil
lenbeck, Miss Elizabeth Huston, Miss Graco
Balllngcr and Miss Clarice Moycr.
Miss Anltn lllrrlsnll. il.imrlitfir nf Mr. ami
Mrs. Amos Blrdsall, Jr., of Sharplcss avenuo,
Milroso Park, Is spending the holidays with
her parents. Miss Ulrdsnll attends college in
Florida and will return January 2.
Ml 83 Jean Spccco, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Georgo Specce. of 1210 6Sth avenue. Oak Lnne,
will entertain nt a "600" iinrty on Saturday,
January 2, nt 2:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Harry Walton, of 015 Elklns avenuo,
Tnbor, will give n luncheon, followed by cards,
this nftornoon for the members of her "500
club. Her guests will be Miss Loulso Maurer,
Mrs. Arthur Custer, Mrs. Walter Whitman,
Miss Helen Lclghmnn, Miss Sophlo Spencer,
Miss Margaret McCurdy, Mrs. Dickinson Shaw,
Mrs. Georgo Estcs, Mrs. Edsar Hobson and
Miss Eleanor Hobson.
Miss McFnrland. of 4319 North 20th street.
Logan, will cntortaln at cards this afternoon.
Plnochlo will be played and iwlll be followed
by a buffet luncheon.
Miss Lillian Hcergclst, of CC0S North Cth street,
will bo hostess at a luncheon tomorrow. Thoso
Invited aro Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Norman Gosltn,
Mrs. Warren Heller, Miss Martha Barber and
Miss Marlon Colo Tyro.
Mrs. Frank D. Evans, of 760 North 43d street,
will entertain the members of her card club
this afternoon.
MIbs Eleanor Iicne Evnns will entertain to
morrow at luncheon and cards. Her guests
will include Miss Helen Carson, Miss Esther
Taylor, Miss Gertrude Purdy, Miss Helen Jones,
Miss Kathryn Fltzpatrick, Miss Edith Skltton
and Miss Marlon Brown.
Miss Jennie Reauey, of 1540 South 53d street,
will entertain this evening at cards, followed
by supper. Her guests will be Miss Margaret
O'Connor, Miss Jane O'Connor, Miss Isabel
O'Connor, Miss Jean Cavannaugh, Mrs. Charles
McElwee, Miss Gertrude Barklow, Miss Mary
Wilson, Lamar Hltton, Michael McNally, Fred
erick Jackson, Georgo Barr, Doctor Gordana,
John O'Connor, Oscar Fowler and J. Wilson.
Miss Alice O. Bally, of S917 Baltimore avenue,
left last week for Atlantic City, where she will
spend the holidays with her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. A. W. Bally, at their home, 1S09 Pacific
avenue. -
Miss Hilda M. Gallagher, of the Salmar
Apartments, 3913 Spruce street, will give a
luncheon on Wednesday, December 30, In honor
of Mrs. Charles Edward Waters. Mrs. Waters
was formerly Miss Mary Elizabeth Ryan, of
Miss Margaret Farrell, of 1733 McKean street,
entertained last evening at "500." Her guests
Included Miss Marie Mohan, Miss Isabel Drum
mond. Miss Agnes Mohan, Frank Schmucke,
Lawrence Carlln, Thomas Robinson and Wal
ter Jackson.
"Miss Helen Brooks and her father, J. F.
Brooks, U. S. N.. who are at present In Atlan
tic City, will return to their home, 1713 Porter
street, today. Mr. Brooks Is stationed at the
Boston Navy Yard, and, la hero for a short
time on leave of absence.
After an extensive tour of the West, Mr and
Mrs. Mason have returned to Philadelphia, and
are now occupying their new home, which has
just been completed, at 20)3 South 10th street.
On New Year's Bva they will gtve a "600"
paity, at which thero will be many prominent
Fhlladalphlans present.
Mr. and Mrs, William Sturglss. who have
been aetlnsr as host ayi bests at a series of
suppers in their home this year for the younger
set in South Philadelphia, will entertain at
their Anal affair of the season New Year's Eve,
with Miss Louise FoUa Francois and Q. Edward
Besker as the guests of honor. Among the
other suets will ba Miss Nellie Francois, Miss
Edith Robtefl, Mss Edna Fasy. Miss Cath
erine Hf arn, George H. Moo. Jr , John Dun
San, dafga Morris aad Hdward Nown.
Mr. Attaa Brown, of tm South Win street,
will satertala at a ttMatre party on New
Year's Bvs, taUswsd by fupjtar at tha Con
tlnanUl Hotel. H guast will btctada Miss
BUmI lew. Ml BiUaUtfc Brawn, MU
FatM? KUeka. iiln Gartrude Brows, Alfred
Aarpasaw. F. Splvav, JB. Qraaabuxg, Philip
HUaasr and sir ana lira Ummon4 HUi. vt
Kansas Ctty. Mrs. Brown, wJh bar datigau
a4 soo-la-1- ww tba ClutstM aeliajs-ys at
aUaatto ati
Mrs. Topping is om ol the most popular members of West Philadelphia's younger married scl.
She will be remembered as Miss May Slroineycr.
THE prlncipul event todny will bo tho
dnnco given by Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Leldy,
of 1310 Locust street, at tho Ritz-Carlton In
honor of their daughter, Mls3 Cornelia Lcldy,
one of tho season's most popular debutantes.
Tho nflnir will be quite an elaborate one and
the guests will Include, besides tho debutantes
nnd the younger dancing men, a number of the
younger married Bot. Many dinners and thea
tre parties have been planned for tho debutnntes
before the dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Ingcrsoll will
entertain at dinner for Miss Wurron, of Now
York, who will be their guest for the dance.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Pcmbcrton Hutchinson will
also give a dinner for their daughter, Miss
Aimee Hutchinson.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Edwin Eldon Graham will give
a dinner of eight covers, to be followed by n,
theatre party. In honor of Miss Margaret Handy
Burton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Bur
ton. Miss Charlotto Harding Brown, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Houston, will bo guest
of honor at n dinner to bo given by Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore XV. Heath prior to the Leldy
Mrs. Herbert XV. Warden, of 19:q,rino street,
will give a theatro party In honor of her daugh
ter, Miss Lucia A. Warden. The guests will
Inter attend the dance to be given by Dr. nnd
Mrs. Joseph Leldy In honor of their daughter,
MIbs Cornelia Lcldy.
Those present will be Miss Mary E. Clayton,
Miss Hansell I Earle. Mlsa Edith II. Bally,
Miss Louisa G. Davis, Joseph MPtterson, 2d,
William L. Bally, Jr., Ashton Souder, Herbert
W, Warden, Jn, J. Somers Smith, Jr AVilllam
XV. Bodine.
A surprise birthday party was given last
week, In honor of Miss Anna Gllckman, of 2626
Bridge Btreet. Musical selections were given
by Miss G. Smith, Miss E. Cherdock nnd Miss
M. Dlvac. Among those present were Miss
S. Rlcklln, Miss F. Rablnovltz, Miss E. Cher
dock, Miss S. Smith, Miss M. Savoy, Miss E.
Schlacter, Miss J. Schlacter, Mlsa B. Brenner,
Miss M. Drucker, Miss M. Cohen, Miss S, Free
man, Miss II. Volln, Miss D. Volln, Miss D,
Goldberg. B, Zeemsn, H. Barrlsh, M. Fried, S.
Cherdock, Paul Green, Albert Flneberg, M.
Levy, A. Freeman, J Drucker, C, J. Simons,
S. Yudelsohn. S. L. Gllckman, Daniel Gllckman,
Mrs. Welnburger. Mrs. Bunkln, Mr. and Mrs,
Savoy and Mr. and Mrs. L. Gllckman.
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Promenade and Danco Will Ho Held Under
Club's Auspices New Year's Afternoon.
New Yem-a Day is becoming more popular
cvory ear as a day for entertaining, both
formnlly nnd Informally, and for having open
houso In tho clubs. Tho Regal Club will bo'
one of thoso to celebrate, nnd will do so by
giving a the dnnsant ut Moscbach's. Robert
Keown is chairman of the committee nnd has
chaigo of tho affali. Ho has secured a very
good orchestra, and promises a groat deal of
pleasure to all thoso who attend. Tho com
mittee In chargo includes John Christie, Charles
Gllllnghnm, Edward Dougherty, Joseph Dough
erty, Francis Carney. William Burns, James
Conaty, AVilllam Kecgan.
, The ballroom will be attractively decorated
with Christmas greens and holly.
Theso club dances nnd entertainments are
looked forward to with great pleasure by tho
members of tho club and their friends, who
come In for n share of tho good times which
aro so frequently furnished by the Jolly organisation.
Mrs. A. Adclo Gnrman. of 2222 North 15th
street, entertained at cards yesterday nfternoon
for Mrs. Alfred Miller, Mrs. L. E. Adams, Mrs.
Alexander M. Patton, Miss Elizabeth Hard
w ick, Mrs. Charles J. Thompson and Mrs. How
ard Baugher.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Abbott have re
turned from their wedding Journey through tho
South and will be nt home after January 1
at 2305 North 19th street. Mrs. Abbott will be
remembered as Miss Mary B. Culbertson. sister
of Thomas H. Culbertson, of 018 North 16th
Tho members of tlio Signa Beta Phi Club will
glvo a largo luncheon nt the Rltteuhouse Hotel
Saturday afternoon, January 2, and Include
Miss Helen Brown, Miss Emllle MncBurney,
Miss Martha Lupton, Miss Edna Muench, Miss
Helen Huff. Miss Kathryn Ennls. Miss Eleanor
Hunslcker. Miss Helen Millard, Miss Gertrude
Lee, Miss Edith Larzalere. Miss Louise Ruck
'deschel and Mrs. Anthony Calllnan.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Taj lor. of William Penn,
Pa., will bo the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dopp, of
600 East Wensley street, over the holidays.
Miss Kathryn McAnany, of 1826 North Front
street, Is spending the holidays at Atlantic City,
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Camburn.
The Catlyn Club is now making arrangements
for its annual banquet.
John T. Boltomley, of 611 Cooper street, will
leave early next month for Southern California,
to remain until next spring.
The Reading Section of the Haddonfleld Club
will give a Christmas party Tuesday afternoon.
Tha Study Section will give a luncheon In the
Indian King January 11.
Mies Dorothy Develln, of 31S Penn street, who
Is at home from Swarthmore College for the
holidays, will entertain at bridge on .Tuesday
Miss Ella Molan Is visiting in Ithaea, N, Y
aB the guest of Mrs. Walter Talley, formerly
Miss Osmond, of this oity.
Mrs. A H. Moses, or Merehantvllle, will en
tertain with a tea on the afternoon or January 4.
Mr and Mrs. M anion Ivlns, of Merchantvllle,
are entertaining thelrrelatlves, Mr, and Mrs.
Harry I Stlla, of Cleveland, O.
There will ba two dances this evening.
Ona will bo given by Mr. and Mrs. John Ban
croft in tha New Caatury Club parlors for
their daughter, Miss Kstber Bancroft, and Mrs,
Fred Bach will give a danae for her two daugh
ters. Miss Winifred and Miss Barbara Baab,
, who are home from college. The dance wtfl ba
given at toe noma of Mrs. Caartaj Warner,
alatar af the Misses Baa.
Ulss EUsabath Sautherlaad wtt) Klv a
luacbaon tomorrow far Miss Ssjawto, of CW
eage, and la tha evealag tha Friday night
aeUlloo ol MIm MoCUMnty isjaeal of an
Ibk wUl dva tastr hoUdajr dM, to wUota a
larga aumaar of guests have baan isvttad.
alias KUuor Bimtr. of England, is visitla
her uituais. airs J Horace Uudway Mr Lind
say aatartautaa at tea far Ml
weak at wr tam vm etey auras.
SEVERAL persons from this city will at
tend tho wedding of Miss Ethel Maude Post,
daughter of Mrs. Alfred Scton Post, of Flush
ing, L. I, nnd Charles S Fnrnum, of this city,
which will take place toady In New York nt
tho homo of Miss Post's sister, Mrs. Georgo
G. McMurtry, Jr., nt 23 East 70th street.
Mr. Fnrnum, who lives nt tho St. James, this
city, comes of a well-known nnd fnshlonabto
family. Ho Is n member of the Rlttcnhouse,
Racquet, Radnor Hunt, Merlon nnd Philadel
phia Country Clubs, nnd was graduated from
tho University of Pennsjlvnnln In 18U Onlng
to mourning the wedding will bo nn extremely
quiet one. Only tho Immediate families and
a few very Intlmnto friends will attend. Mr.
Farnum nnd his bride will live In this city
after a wedding trip
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry K DuKus, of 133 Pclham
rontl, will glvo a danco tonight nt tho Philadel
phia Cricket Club at St. Martin's for their
daughter, Miss Margaret Klrtland Duftus. Tlio
decorations will bo appropriate to tho Christmas
season. Receiving with tho host nnd hostess
nnd their daughter will bo Miss Mario Mllls,s
of Chicago, nnd Miss Mngnonclto Dick, of
Wllkcs-Barre, who nro their house guests over
the holidays.
Many Affairs Will Bo Given Today for tbo
Younger Set.
School days scohi such borcsomo times to
Young America that, now tho holiday season
Is here tho youngor set Is having tho lllng It
looks forward to from September nnd looks
back upon after tho beginning of the now
year. Many nfrnlrs aro In order In honor of
theso boys nnd girls, nmong which will be a
party to bo given by Mrs. Charles Topping, of
1S00 Pino street, who will entcrtuin this after
noon at her home In honor of her niece. Miss
Miss Mnry Moore, of South Wj combe ave
nue, ontrrtnlncd at bridge followed by n. buffet
supper at her homo last night. Those present
were Miss Marlon Peterson, Miss Margaret
Gllllghau, Miss Florence Durang, Miss Helen
Moore, Cecil Wilson, William Wofcr, James
Dougherty, John Shcrrj, Harry Magce, Harry
Miss Elizabeth Crjcr, of South Lansdovtno
nvenuc, will glvo a tea this nftcrnoon, from
4 to 6 o'clock, to meet -Mrs. Dudley Guilford,
of New York.
Doctor nnd Mrs Edwin T. Darby aie spend
ing tho holldnvs with their daughter, Mrs. H.
C. Davis, of Mystic, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunter, of 211 Mnplo
avenue, aro receiving congratulations on tho
birth of a son.
Mrs. Ida D. Marshall, of 2030 Chestnut street,
nnd her niece, Miss Cornelia Downen, will spend
the New Year holidays In New York.Lwhero
Miss Downes will be grcntly entertained,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Irivln nnd family, of
North Lnnsdowno nvenue, nrc spending the
holidays nt Atlantic City.
Among the Lansdowno foil; who havo re
turned from various places to their homes for
tho holidays are Mr. nnd Mrs. Clifford Ware,
Miss Jean Nichols, Mr. E. C. Harper, from
Nova Scotia: Miss Olive Mason, from Connec
ticut; Lawrence Shaffner, from Indianapolis;
Waldo Phillips, from Boston; Carlisle Martin,
from New York; Franklin BuU, fioin State
Co'lege, and Stewart Landcs, from East Or
nnge. Tho Alumni Clasa of 1913 of the High Pchool,
will give a subscription danco nt the Twentieth
Century Club this evening. Tho proceeds will
be dnvoted to tho fund for tho new school
building now In the course of erection.
Mrs. Frank L. Molloy, of 3728 North 17th
streot, will entertain her "COO" club on Thurs
day afternoon. January 7. Thero will bo 20
guests. After tho game, Bupper will be served.
Miss Ida Burns. Miss Edith and Miss Hannah
Burns, of 35U North 18th street, entertained
at "300" yesterday afternoon. Holly, poln
Bettias, ferns and Christmas greens were com
bined in the very attractive decorations. Their
guests were Miss ElUabeth Grunhouse, Mlas
Besslo Jennings, Miss Cora Reirsnider. Miss
Blanche Relfsnyder. Miss Elsie Spencer. Miss
Coonahan, Miss Jane Green. Miss Marian Ber
tolet, Miss Margaret Berger, Miss Audrey
Roche, Miss Helen Schantz. Miss Lucy Bark,
Mlsa Mildred Haag and Miss Frances Bar
low. Mrs. Samuel Goforth. of South Carolina. Is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Annie Bowen, of Uth
street, below Tioga. Mrs. Goforth will be
remembered as Miss Bthel Bowen.
Under the direction of Edward Pole, of West
Ontario street, a vtry Interesting silhouette
entertainment will ba given tonight In tha
Temple Baptist Church, Md and Ttoa streets,
for tha teachers and scholars of the Bible
Mr. and Mrs. L. Danastadter, of 387 North
lth street, have as thalr guests Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph DannensarB and Ml. Dannanbarg, of
New York.
Mlas Ann WheaU. of t Watt Hria avaaue.
will ba the hostess at a tt at bar ttataa, Wad
nasday afteraoaa. Pa4atUas aftd bally wUl
ba used In tha JawwaUets,, Mlas Wheal's
BUMts will ba Ml Mw Wiwslli, MIm
Maria Wiadlw. Mta Hats Budlay, Mtss May
Budley, MUa May D L4gk. Hsts Idaway Ve
Fadde. of QUasiae. Miss May Oa, Mis Mma.
Bayer. Miss Maria QagaaAalsaar. MIm Airs
WhsaUs. Miss ROith Wtttt aaa Miss JuUa
Tha bars' branch ut ta Library Lmsu Ly
eausa juarta,tna4 Ut ris' bsmtwb last; avaaing
in tbs tome C tt UWarlaa. Mim Nellie E
Laaiaia. 3Q North Jtr4 atraat
Thaae tvratwt wara Miss Clara V. allace Mi&
OaUy Laasalajf, Visa Henriatu t.en.in uta
Laura Laanoa. Mum Charlotte Byar. Mlsa Sdlta
Tway. Mlas Ray Uscwstc Miss Leah Horwiu.
Mia BHaia OaltaaThar, Mlsa Eva BaiButs, Mlas
Marrat M JuiU, JoP Ybssaas. Austin
Hosoer. Cbariaa , sTTmnb Oouob,o, U.
siasaU and Jeaapb aalsaiiai.
Blanche Gnrdener. The guests will Include
Miss Mnrgnret A. Datlett, Miss Elizabeth Rcss.
Miss Frances Jennings Ross, Miss Evelyn B.
Page, Miss Lois L. Jackson, Miss Katharltta
Coinn, Mls Gertrude Graham, Miss Frances
Hnmmond, Miss Mildred Longstroth, Miss Jane
Hepburn, Miss Rosalia Butterworth and Miss
Loulso Butterworth.
Miss Mary Norrls Cerbonl will be the guest
of honor nt a luncheon to bo given by her aunt,
Mrs. C. Wendell Woodward. There will be SO
guests present, among whom will bo Miss Cor- '
lnne 1J. Freeman, Miss Marjorlo Taylor, the
Misses Fnrlcs, tho Misses Brlnton, Miss Eleanor
J. Bean, Miss Mary Halt Laird, Miss Edith
Enrlc, Miss Eleanor Btspham, Miss Hope Mc- '
Michael, Miss Alice H. Nowlln, Miss Anna Mary -Wnlthour.
Miss Marlon Brlnton, Miss Barbara
Benson, Miss Frances Scott, Miss Jean Van N. ,
Da Costn, Miss Kato Furncss Jnyne, Miss Fran
cc". Tyson.
Though many of these guests are debutantes,
MIbs Cerbonl will not mnko her debut until next
Miss Florence Bell will give a dansant at her
home, 26S South 16th street, In honor of hex
niece, Miss I'aullno I Bell, nnd lier nephew,
Bamuel Boll, Jr., daughter nnd son of Mr. and .
Mrs. Samuel Bell.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Drayton Grange will
entertain nt dinner Jn honor of their eon,
Herman Kremcr Grange, who Is homo from
St. Luko's School for tho holidays. There will
bo It guests present, and tho party will attend
the meeting of Mrs. Hutchinson's dancing class. ,
A small dnnco will be given by Mr. nnd Mrs.
John K. Strublng nt their home. In St. Mar
tin's, in honor, of their son, John IC. Strublng,
Jr. Tho guests will Includo tho young members
of tho school sot.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Brlnton Roberts, or Llanen- .
gan, Bala, will nlso give a dance In honor of ,
their two sons, George B. Roberts and Brlnton j,
P. Huberts.
B. P. Keith's Theatre
New Year Festival
tickcts now on 8Ai.n roit ENTinn WEEK.
in order, to avoid disappointment
get yours today.
New Year's Day Three Big Shows
At 1. 4:15 and 8:13 p. jl All ned Tlclt.U for
. HptcUl aintlnee at 4 :13.
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ACADES1Y Seats t Heppe's, 1110 Chestnut.
ORCHESTRA ?out7 tA 3iW
w" I 8EAOI.E. Birltona
Thursday Aft, Dec. 31, at 3:00
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TlcHets at Heppa's' 1118 CHo.tmit It.
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Evening 7. 8:30 and 10 10c, 15c. 25c.
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Palace Theatre'2" SS?M t0
Vaudeville and Paramount Pictures
JEBSE.U lUSKr Presents
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