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jjVBlsriKG LEDGER PHILADELPHIA , gtTBBB'AT, XAttTTAKY T2, 1915.
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from thlB city win Include
A. Iloblnson nnrt U Brooke Kritt arris.
V j m-. -I. li. Colftlinn will entertain
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m . . f Ml Kllnnr -Tmlil limn.
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fetuunt of tho Benson.
it ,j Mrs. Albert K. flousscl, 210$ Tine
announce tile nnRiiBe'neni ui wieir
... U..A tin Di-imnl' tlMiaaAl nrtrl
"ilter. C9 ijeiiui" u . - .
IKUm iTencii, son 01 jinny . ricuuu i
f&Spruco street. Mr. French was grndu
Iw tt Harvard In the class of 1D12.
Flrtchor Is spendlni; some
S. it Atlantlo City recuperating from her
Im'tnl Mrs. J- R. Klchnrds, of nadnor, nro
nd!ng Uio winter with Jtrs. Illchanls' mother,
fi neither, at 216 North 34th street.
Kf nd Mrs. Vf. W. Hubbard nnd Miss
Isi. Hubbard, of Chcstertown, Md are
Ijglrj t the Bellevue-Stratford nnd will re-
Snhere for nuoui nt,
Vn- ? Mannox, of New York, nnd her son
"i been spending n few days with Mrs. Mnn-
"K'l cuents, Mr and Mis. Charles P. Perkins.
'55' De Lanccy place.
win Eleanor F Cohen, of 334 South 2lst street,
W(0M to Tlnehurst, N. C, for the rest of the
ftu noderirraduntcs of Villannva CoIIokb will
Ws iklr class dance tonight ut tho Adelphln
Mil Katherlno Hess, the daughter of Mr.
fe'Mn Frank Hess, formerly of this city, who
i JlT In Coburs, Can., nas oecn visiunB in
pfibargh as tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Willis
p$cOook, at their homo on 6th avenue. Miss
Haiirajono 0I ll,e rcceivniK puny ui iub ich
rtJ tj Mr. and Mrs. MeCook Inst week to In-
wee tneir oauBiucr, Lian iuuunw imtuirai
Jcook, who has been one of tho most feted of
iPltbburgh debutantes. Bliss JlcCook has
Ejj friends In this city, having been educated
ftliie Convent of the Sacred Heart at Torrcs-
UC Wr. and Mrs. Hess will remain at Coburg
ef the winter, nnd will return tho early
of Lent, which they will spend at their
tSUje In St. David's place In Chelsea.
Mr. and Mrs, William Galo, who have been
ntidlns: tao past month In New York as the
(rirtti of Mrs. Gale's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
ITOiim If. Knorr, have rqturned to Chelsea,
Here they will spend the remainder o-? the
iiljr. Itr. and Mrs. Knorr will remain eev-
(El meks longer In New York.
Tt mid-winter promenade of tho Gamma Eta
6fpa Fraternity of Amorlca will be held nt
MBotel Walton by Iho Philadelphia Chnp-
"Jni'tomorrow evening. About 200 couples are
iipecitl feature will be tho two contests to
nn between the parts. The first will be a
toeing contest of the rctrular variety, but In
Mil tome of the cleverest amateurs In this'
dtjr inl New York will compete. Then will
wm a lucny numncr contest, wnore me winner
jJlujhj. Handsomo prizes will bo nwarded
jttj winners. Special decorations In tho ball-
a win nelp make the occasion a gala event.
filjsril hu been received of the safe arrival In
Sr of Mr, and Mrs. J". Herman Harrlgan.
jtrj, Harrlffan will be remembered as Miss
ri)de Kellam, of Sherwood.
Ije and JIrs Edward W. Blddle. who re
p returned from abroad, will spend the
Jjattr la Philadelphia at the Rlttenhouse.
W CHESTNUT HILL
Jjl.i Qlee Club of the Chestnut Hill Academy
J tive a concert on February 19.
Ijkj, Mount Airy Literary Club met at the
Ja of Mrs. E. M. Osier. 444 East Mount
iS?ut avenue, yesterday. The toDlo under
Jtei was the Ufa and playa of Christopher
riSjwr. Mrs. Edwin H. Hand Is the president
JLjEdward M, Gregar recently moved from
i to 7M Boyer street, ML Airy. '
KjJlUv. Richmond Shrlvo, canon of the
JfcjIjTnnlty Cathedral, Quebec, and rector of
iM'ter's Church. Hherbrooke, Is vUltlng hts
igmr. Mrs. Ralph U Hayes, T439 Devon
Mies Shreve arrived 'from New Yoric
ft' Join her father. M
4 Mrs, dark DUlenbeck. of Algenhurst.
mJp&V QrOVft a.VntiM inva faaiiAH tnvltfiHnnfl
iSR 4anc to be held at tho Germantown
fS&VUU9 wud on Friday evoning1, reornary
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I'ALONG THE MAIN LIN,E
HD-Mrs, W. A. Plckford entertained her
Claaa yesteniav at a buffet luncheon.
eorations were polnBettlas. The sewlngr
aeW every two weeks at the different
at homes. Those present yesterday were
f. Bamuel BtoDhenson. Mrs. Calvin Q.
iHti. Frederick C. Newbourtr. Jr.. Mrs.
J.O. Sullivan. Mrs. Herbert J. Tlly. Mrs.
,8eebufger, Mrs. Joseph V, Little, Mrs.
" Tlly. Mrs. J. V. H. Titus. Mrs.
:p Olrnn. Mrs. F. Baker. Mrs. Walton.
?dward Legge, of Boston: Mrs. 'William
?. Mrs, j. Charles Parry, Mrs. B. Clarka
nd Mrs. Hmv.
iftoruary j y,. cynwvd Bovs1 Club will
P, Informal danoe at the Bala-Cyuwyd
nw. Joseph H. Keif Is ohalrman.
. Ralph Kinder, of City avenue,
1 ttractlve luncheon vestsrdav In honor
I eliter-ln-law xrr ttdmi n. v..viflm.
KiWl, R j wno i h.. UMt. MrM. pck.
iS o remembered a alias oilv Younr.
lUTlg to Mr. Peokbaw took placa on
7' "e In Bristol. R. I.
eua COttace for tha mil torn wealu.
"m home this week.
K Mr Allen Waller, of IUT Belton
t' taim A her embroldar nluh at
Mitero.. aitemoon. whn her fueats
'Mel Vnn llurii'Hm Mtl4rt WJUr,
wni'i "P9 Crnl'f, MrB' Clpo,'BO Wnller. Mrs,
Wl Inm Sehenelc. Mrs. Frank timery. Mrs.
"Ullnm Sine,-, Mr. Charles Fox, Mrs. Blalno
Vnn Horn, Mrs. Welrloh Lord and Mrs. Frank
Mls Katharine WM..r r tn-.o r....n.i..
veniie, gave a dellfhtful luncheon yesterday
Pink roses were combined with ferns In tho dec
orations amr the pink tolor scheme was carried
out In the favors, which were roses nnd bon
bon baskets. Her guests were Mrs. Albert Hall,
Miss Lucille Morris, Miss Alice DcLong, Miss
Dorothy Joneb. Miss Mntiilo Wiggins, Miss
Adellno Froellch, Mlsi Dorothea Hackelt. Miss
Emma Btrohin, Miss Marie Gilo and Miss Mary
MEnioN-Mr. nnd Mrs. John rtutherford Boyd
will leave next week for New York, whero they
will live permanently.
Miss Mario S. Qtilnn, daughter of Mr nnd
Mrs. Jnnics Qulnn, entertnlncd at bridge last
night. There wero 12 guests present.
Miss Louise McKnle, of Hnnsbcrry nnd New
hall streots, will entertain today at luncheon
nnd bridge In honor of Miss Evelyn Harrington,
The guests will Include Miss lluth Elsenhower,
Miss Helen Goimlcy, Miss Beatrice Flood, Mrs,
John Bromley, Miss Mildred Cavcrly, Miss
Eleanor UHrker, Miss Kathnrlno Barker,, Mrs
Keith Downing, Miss hhllth Burk, Miss Jean '
Dengary, Miss Ethel Burk, Miss Harriet Gay, j
Miss Madeline Asbury, Miss Hclene Asbury,
MIhs Lnulso Sauter, Jllss .Matilda Wleshncr, I
Miss Itltnor Walling. Tho guests will be senti'd '
at small tnbles with whlto baskets, filled with
white roses, ns centrepieces.
Mrs. James P. Nlcolls, of 233 Pelhnm road,
will give a bridge nnd "5Q0" party on Saturday
afternoon at tho Automobile Club, the proceed:)
to bo used for tho Babies' Hospital.
Sllss Charlesanna Huston, of 5421 Wnyno ave
nue, will have the Itev. William A. Sunday to
speak at a parlor meeting In her home today.
Cards of Invitation have been Issued.
Mrs. William S. Lloyd, of 233 Hnrvcy street,
will entertain at brldgo on Wednesday, Jan
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joshua Hnrmar, of Trenton,
will come to Germantown to live next fall.
Mr. Hnrmar Is connected with tho Mldvalo Steel
Works and Is tho uncle of William Wurts
ALONG THE READING
Miss Bertha Kohne; of Pittsburgh, who will
net as nutld of honor at the wedding of Miss
Helena Asbury, of Oak Lane, nnd Howard Len
fdd Murray, on Wednesday evening, January
20, will entertain the bridal party at dinner at
the Huntingdon Valley Country Cluh on Filday
night. The guests will Include Miss Asbury,
Miss Elizabeth Asbury, sister of tho bride; Miss
Helen Murray, sister of the bridegroom; Miss
Madeline Asbury, a cousin of the bride; Miss
Natalie Rand, Miss Mnrie Cummlngs, Miss
Elizabeth Cummlngs, Howard Lonford Murray,
J. Elder Blacklcdge, of Indianapolis, lnd., who
wilt act ns best man; Julius Meyn, of Ham
mond, lnd.; Phillip E. Wright, Jr., Warren
Wells, Wesley Mo Williams, R. Morris Urquhardt
and Howell Cummlngs, Jr., all of this city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. James P. McFarland, of York
rond, Ogontz, will cntortaln at dinner boforo
tho dance at the Huntingdon Valloy Country
Club, on Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. James B.
McFarland, Jr., will be their guests.
Mrs. Wharton Stork, of Old York road, has
issued Invitations for a dinner on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. Fry will also give a
dinner before tho dance, when covers will bo
laid for 16 guests.
The next meeting of Mrs. Troth's dancing class
will take place at Manheim, the Germantown
Cricket Club, on Friday evening. There will be
a cotillon, which will be led by Edward W.
Miss Margaret Cole Berns, of Chelten avenue,
Oak Lane, will be honor guest at a danco Janu
ary 14, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry File-
dar, of Ardmore. Thirty guests have been In
vited, Including Mrs. Walter Tisot and her
daughter, Miss Marjorls Tisot. who will come
on from New York and remain as the guests of.
Mrs. Berns until January 27.
Mrs. F. At Fontyn, of 4083 Chancellor street,
entertained last night at dinner and "BOO."
Twelve guests were present. Mrs. Fontyn ,was
one of the last year's popular brides and will
be remembered as MIbs Florence Matlack, of
50th and Walnut streets.
Mrs. William Hansborough, of Winchester,
Va,, la visiting her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs.
J, R. Miller, 827 South 43th street
Miss Blanche Lane, of 2527 South 18th street.
In the Glrard Estate, will entertain the mem
bers of the Friday evening dancing class after
the dance this week, at a supper to be given
at her home. The guests will be Mr. and Mrs.
Lucius Beebe, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brlttaln,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, Lieutenant Arthur
T. Barney, U. S. N., and Mrs. Barney; Lieu
tenant Commander Guy A. Blssett, ,U, S. N.,
and Mrs. Blssett; Lieutenant Charles A. Lutr,
U. S. M. C, and Mrs. LuUt Lieutenant Com
mander Raymond Stedman Keyes, U, B. N.,
and Mrs. Keyes; Lieutenant Taylor, U. S. N.j
and Samuel Parker,
Miss Ella McDonald, of 1611 Wolf street, will
entertain the members of her sewing plub on
Friday evening. A buffet luncheon will be
served. The gueBts will Include Miss Alloa Mo
Caulley, Miss Mae Gertrude Taylor, Miss Alice
McDonald, Mlea Mae McDonald, Miss Margaret
McDonald, Miss Elsie Billy, Mrs. Morris Horan,
Mrs. Savery, Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. B. Rolley, Miss
Anna, C. McCauUey, Mss Catherine Clare and
Miss Mae Issertelt
Mis Thelma Hesse, of 28M Catharine ftrwt.
will entertain Informally tomorrow evening at
her home. Her guests will Jnolude Miss Louisa
Sohaffer, Miss Helen Schaffer, Miss , Edith
Hohaffer, Miss Catharine Hesse and Miss Inns,
Mt. Dudley Guilford, of 2408 South Jlst street,
will give tea Saturday afternoon from 4 to 6.
Mrs. J Brown, of I0S South 9th street, will
entertain tomorrow afternoon at "500," followed
by luncheon. Ur guests wJ be Mr Paul
Boydw, Mrs, Ja UU " Saiiabath, Hua,
Alias Beers, who is the daughter of Mr. nnd
n dinner of eighteen covers tonight in honor of
of Mrs. Ducr's Dancing Class.
ter, Mrs. Frank Isaac, Mm. Clayton Schwouok,
Mrs. Henry Tsoeninger, Mrs. Renshaw, Mrs.
Joseph Wnyiie. Mis. Illco and Mrs. Wahn, of
Mrs. Walter Bnnrdmnu Decker, wife of Lieu
tenant Decker, V. 8. N., of tho Connecticut,
will entertain nt cards this afternoon at her
homo In the Glrurd Estate, 2323 South 21st
street, in honor of JIrs. John Baxter Smith,
wife of Paymaster Smith, U, S. N., of the
Navy Yard. A buffet luncheon will bo served.
Her guests will bo Mrs. Bruico Ware, Mrs.
William Leo Pryor, Mrs. J. T. Fonner, Mrs.
Raymond S. Keyes, Mrs. Guy A. Blssett, Mrs.
Ralph L. Shepaid, Mrs. W. F. Cochrane, Mrs.
A. It. Couit, Mis. Charles A. Lutz, Irs. Fur
long, -Mrs. Baikcr, Mrs. Beebe nnd Mrs. C. T.
Mrs. Samuel Alcorn, of '1720 Wallaco street,
will entertain at brldgo tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. Paul Thompson, of S21 North JGth street,
entertained last night In honor of Mr. Thomp
The marriage has been announced of Miss
Carrie Storn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Stern,
of Baltimore, Md., to Abraham Goldberger, of
this city, on December 27. Mr. and Airs. Gold
berger am receiving nt their home, 2233 North
Mrs. Thumns H. Jackson will entertain the
membeis of her sewing circle on Friday after
noon nt her home, 1312 Hunting Park avenue. A
buffet lujjcheon will be served. Her guests will
he Mrs. Thomas Poole, Mrs. Frank Kllgore, Mrs.
John Costello, Mrs. Paul Thy, Mrs. Rachael
Kelly, Mrs. Carl Jackson, Airs. Edward Large,
Mrs. William Brown and Mrs. Frod neuter.
Mrs. John P. Wilson, of 1320 North Park ave
nue, gave a box party yesterday afternoon for
her young granddaughter. Miss Helen W.
Neville. Tho guests, were Miss Caroline Ring
gold, Miss Helen Wplstenholme, Miss Ruth
Wolstenholme, Arthur Stephens, Anne Wilson
and Russell Wilson, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Abtam Strauss have returned
from their wedding Journey and will receive
after February 1 at their homo, 1905 Diamond
street. Airs. Strauss will be remembered as
Miss Miriam Meyers, daughter of Mrs. Clara
Miss Alary Brennan nnnounces the marriage
of her niece, Allss Marie Brennan, and John
Ryan, of 3905 North Falrhlll street. They will
sail for Ireland Saturday morning.
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tine ivnpmn STnirnwk'T
Jlrt. Slofcowiki ii the wife of Leopold Stofcowiki, J
HxM hade of tho PiiilaJelaala Ow&eatra 1
FREEMAN BEERS rhoio i, n..n. s.u.iio
Mrs. Edwin C. Beers, of the Belgrnvin, will givo
Dr. and Airs. J. Lcslio Davis, lieforo tho meeting
Airs. Charles E. Lukcns. picsldent of tho 1311
rinochle Club, gnvo her annual luncheon for
the members yesterday at her homo, 3415
North 10th street. This entertainment, like the
previous ones, was n very delightful affair.
Beautiful pink hollyhocks wero used In tho
decorations, the color scheme of which was
pink and gieen. Tho favors were long-handled
Japanese baskets, shaped llko cornucopias and
filled with pink hollyhocks; pink and green rib
bon bows ornamented the basket handles, the
colors alternating, one being pink, tho next
green. The guests weio Airs. Thomas Lukens,4
Airs. Samuel Alcott, Airs. Annie Addis, Airs.
John D. Ellis, Airs. James Spencer, Airs. William
H. Slemmor, Airs. Frank H. Stovor, Alrsi
Charles Patterson, Airs. Clayton Stokes, Airs.
John Goodfellow and Airs. Nelson Sailer.
Airs. Samuel Alattern Billings, of 3348 North
lBth street, gave a luncheon yesterday. Her
guests Included Airs. Charles G. Tatnall, Airs.
Clinton B. Aloyer, Airs. George H. White. Mrs.
G. H. Wobensmlth, Allss Llllle Lyndall and Allss
Mary K. Buckman.
Allss Mildred Heist, of 1826 West Tioga street,
entertained at cards this afternoon. Her guests,
who are members of her card club, were Allss
Edna Scull, Allss Dorothy Greaves. Allss Emma
Lawrence, Allss Adeline Froellch, Allss Hazel
Crawford, Allss Florence AIncAlorris, Allss A'lolet
Carson, Miss Beatrice Kottner. Miss AInrlan
Jones, Aliss Alice AIcFadden. Allss Florence
Geikler and Miss Charlotte Fleming
Miss Alma S. Boyer will be the hostess at
tea tomorrow afternoon from 4 until 6:30 o'clock
at her home, S647 North 11th street. Allss
Beyer's guests will be Allss Kalhryn Munce,
Miss Inez Livingston, Miss Elma Wlndlsch,
Miss Jfarte WIndlsoh, Allss Alice Whalln. Allss
Ma Rtsbo and Miss Ann Wheolln.
Mrs. Alvln Bllfer, of 4817 North Uth street,
entertained at luncheon yesterday for Mrs.
Frank Craybach, Atrs, Jacob Crnybach, Airs.
Samuel Rich and Atrs. Benjamin Cohen.
Mrs. Deacon Stelnmetz announces the mar
rjage of her daughter, Allss Alary P. StelnmeU,
to Ernest T. Phillips on Tuesday, January 12,
at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Airs. Harvey Freeman, 1413 West Erie ave
nue, by the Rev. Dr. H. E. Hand, pastor
of West York Methodist Church, 17th and York
streets. On their return from their wedding trip
Air. and Airs. Phillips will be at home after
March 21 at 4831 North Lelthgow street, Logan.
Miss Dorothy Ztirn, of 2012 West Tioga street,
had as her guest Miss Leona F. Zurn, of Luna
dale. Albert Nepley announces the engagement of
his daughter, Miss Adele Alanson, to James
Oliver Mumford, of Honesdale, Pa,
J. Allen Irvine, of 2137 West Ontario street, Is
visiting his uncle. Dr. William Mann Irvine, of
Mies Helen J, Simon, of MM North Afarvlne
street, Is visiting her aunt. Airs. Charles J. Hoff
man, of Newark, N. J.
Mrs. Harry H. Thompson, of 477 Monastery
avenue, will entertain her card club at "MO"'
today, The game will be followed by a' buffet
luncheon, Her guests will be Mrs. A. I Ad
ams, Mrs. Alary Alott, Airs. George Holland,
Mrs. John O. Struse, Mrs. W, W, Wilson, Mrs.
Benjamin F. Hendren, Mrs. Wlll(am Ames, Miss
Edith Rlghter, Mrs. Paxson James and Mrs,
William R. Haggart.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hendren, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
J. Nice, Mr. and Mrs. John O. Btruse, Mr. and
Mrs. Ferdinand Davis, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs.
William Ames, members of the Thursday Even.
Ing Card Club, gave a -dinner, followed by danc
ing, last night at Gwynned.
The Men's auild of St David's Episcopal
Church will hold their annual banquet In the
Rlrlih, hew tfloJgbii
DBBUTANTI3 nffnlrs lately have been In the
form of luncheons, thentro and dinner par
ties, dances nnd balls. Today, however, will bo
n departure from the ordinary trend of things,
when Miss Sophy Blspham will be formally
presented by her parents, the Itev. nnd Atrs.
Clarence Wyatt Blspham, of 4220 Pine street, at
n lea. Airs. Blspham will have a number of her
friends receiving, among whom will bo Mrs.
Henry AloKnlght Moore, Airs. Franklin AtcCrea
WIrgman, Mrs. Robert Menner, Airs. Thomas
Gnrinnd, Miss Helen Heberton nnd Miss Pauline
Among those who will assist Allss Blspham
will be Allss Barbara Blspham, Allss Eleanor
Blspham, Allss Louise Alltchell, Miss Dorothy
Deacon, Allss Harriot Clay Ijeaf, Allss Sybil
Wright, Alhs Ellen Orton, Allss Alay Vernier
Brlnton, Atlss Elizabeth Latta, Allss Alarguortta
Cnperton, Miss Dorothy Alason and Allss Ituth
Wilson Following tho tea there will bo n sup
per and dance for the receiving party Dd
Air. nnd Mrs. David Hunter celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary recently at their
homo, 180S North Front street Tho home was
beautifully docornled with pnlms and ferns,
Mr. nnd Airs. Hunter havo 11 children, 35
grandchildren and five grcat-grandchlldron.
Among the guests wore Airs. Clark, Mr. and
Atrs, William Welsh, Airs. C. Arohlbald, Air.
and Mrs. William Dent, George Hunter, Air.
and Airs. Laird Hunter, Jr., Lolrrt Hunter, 3d,
Airs. William Smith, Allss D. Smith, Atr. nnd
Airs, C. Rcnnes nnd daughter, Air. nnd Airs.
II. Crust nnd family, Air. nnd Airs. William
Alnlloy, Peter and James Hunter, of Canada;
James Bntcholor, of Brooklyn; Air. nnd Mrs.
Godfrey, of Washington, D. C.i'A. Legy, Air.
and Airs. H. Archlblo, Air. nnd Atrs. William
Welsh, Jr., nnd Doctor and Airs. N. Winkler,
Archibald Hawkrldgo, of 2164 East York Btrcet,
has returned to his home after spending a few
days in Colllngsdale, Pn.
Air. and Air. John Palmer, of 2225 Amber
street, havo been entertaining their cousin, Aliss
Reba Hamilton Tweed. Allss Tweed will leave
tho early part of the week for New York, where
she will Join her mother nnd brother, Wnlter
Atlss Anna Slnnott, of 2031 North 15th street,
was guest of honor at a "COO" party, followed
by a supper recently, at tho home of -Alias
Alcrcedes AI. Schulz, or 2337 North 13th street.
Those present were Allss Florence Mills, Atlss
Agns AI. Knlmbach, Allss Sara G. Ferry, Allss
Elizabeth Miller, Miss Stella AI. Schuiy, Aliss
Miss Slnnol left for nn extended trip through
the Ve3t on Thursdny.
Aliss Lauretta Thaler, of Wllllamaport, Pa
Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. James Hutton, of
723 East Allegheny avenue. v
Air. and Airs. Hntrnch, of 3099 Kensington
avenue, nre receiving congratulations on the
birth of a daughter, .Margaret Hatrach.
Mr. nnd Airs. Griffith, of US Allegheny ave
nue, nre receiving congratulations on the birth
of n daughter.
Air. and Alra. Wnrrcn Llndsy, of 3101 Kensing
ton avenue, entertained yesterday at cards,
followed by a buffet luncheon. The guests In
cluded Air. and Airs. Aloffet, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Emery, Doctor and Airs. Borzell, Airs. Snyder,
Harloy Ackermnn and Air. and Airs. Warren
William Wheaton. of 1412 East Hewson street,
hns Just returned from a short stay in his New
Miss Cella Stelm entertained tho members of
the O La La Club at tier residence, 42S East
Somerset street, yesterdny. Those present were
Aliss Nance Borman, Allss Burt Wills, Allss
Frances Hackel, Aliss Martha Simon, Aliss Flor
ence Schoppe, Miss Cella Stern, Miss Clara,
Reldle, Allss Pearl Brady and Allss Ethel Kug
ler. Miss Gertrude Blum and Allss Anna Pnrker
have Just returned from Paterson and Brook
lyn, whore they spent some time with their
Air. and Airs. Ellis Clark Harklns, of Penn
street, entertained yesterday In honor of their
niece, Allss Jane S. Clark, of Waterford, N. Y.
Levin Bartholomew, who Is a law student at
Indianapolis, has been the guest of Airs. Walton
1C Biles for some time past.
Airs. William Carrell, of 2608 Rhawn street,
entertained yesterday at cards. Her guests
Included Air. and Mrs. William Connell, Mr.
and Airs. Harris H. Wells, Air. and Mrs. Wal
ter Doke, Air. and Airs. Henry R. Twadell,
Aliss Edith Carson, Miss Elsie R. Baker, Allss
Sarah S. Clarke, Frank Crawford. Philip Ed
wards, John Slaugh and William Brown, Jr.
The Frankford Historical Society, 4510 Frnnk.
ford avenue, will be "at home" every Tuesday
Air. and Airs. William Kuhn, Jr., of North
Eth street, will entertain at cards tonight. Those
present will be Air. and Airs, Hatch, Aliss
Emily S. AtoBurney, Miss Ivy Hamilton, Harry
Meyers and Howard Patterson.
Miss Virginia Wagner, of Penn street, will
entertain tomorrow afternoon at luncheon and
cards. Twenty-four persons have been Invited
and the bouse will be decorated with white
flowers and greens. The members of her
sewing circle and "EO0" wll be present. Miss
Wagner will leave Frankford Sunday niornln'g
for New Hampshire, where she expects to re
main until spring as the guest of her aunt and
uncle, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Westwood, formerly
Announcement Is made of the marriage of
Miss Viola Frederick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Christian Frederick, of 1111 Franklin street, and
Dr. Harvey Patton, on Saturday, January 9.
After March 1 Dr. and Mrs. Patton will be at
home at 641 Van Buren street
Mrs. Henry n. Cranor, ef Oeothohocken, Pa.,
will be 'a guest of Airs. B. Denver Ooppag for
two days of this week, and will attend the an
niversary luncheon at the New Century Club
yonniftr men. Allss Dorothy Mason, who Is the
daughter of Admiral Alason, and Miss Huth
Wilson, daughter of Captain and Mrs. Wilson,
both of Washington, will be week-end guests of
Miss Alary Evelyn Chew will be guest of honor
nt a small dlnnor-dnnce to be given by Mrs.
Samuel Chew, of 1718 Wnlnut street. There will
bo nbout 100 guests present, mainly from the
debutante and younger men set.
Atlss Mildred Alarston Jack, daughter of Df.
nnd Atrs. Ii, Foster Jack, of 1033 Locust street,
will ho guest of honor nt a luncheon to be given
by Airs. Harold E. Roberts, of Grey-stone, Hav
erford. Tho guests will Include Allss Eleanor
Edmonds, Allss Frances Omerly, Miss Helen
Oleason, Atrs. John Bromley, Miss Louise Eve
land, Allss Eleanor Eveland, Airs. Harold Hart.
Airs. Hnrt will bo Mrs. Roberts guest for set
I eml weeks.
Mrs. Woltor n. John, of Atedla, will enter
tain with, a luncheon tomorrow In honor of Miss
Grace Maxwell, of 98 East Greenwood avenue.
Airs. Ella Butz, of East Stratford avenue.
Is spending the week In New York.
Airs. Luther Peck, of Maple avenue, has re
turned home from a week's stay In Atlantis
SJewnrt L. B. Kenzer, of East Batttaioro are
mie, Is visiting friends In Harrlsburg.
Mrs. Henry Blrklnblne, of Harrlsburg-, Is visit
ing her parents. Air. and Airs. Thomas M. Long
cope, of S Runnymedo avenue.
Mrs. A. L. Pennock, of 33 Violet lane. Is spend
ing tho month of January In Florida.
Air. nnd Airs. II. P. Dorman, of East Essex
avenue, nre spending two weeks In Bermuda.
Airs. Clarence Eppelshelmer, of Hill Dale road,
gavo a luncheon yesterday afternoon for the"
members of tho 20th Century Club, of which
she is tho president.
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Dr. Charles Pancoast, of 203 Cooper street,
who wont abroad about a month ago, is- now
doing hospital work In Vienna, Austria.
Dr. nnd Airs. A. B. Davis, of BU Cooper
street, ore receiving congratulations upon the)
birth of n daughter last week.
Airs. H. F. Goodell and small son, of Liver
more. Cal returned to their homo last week
after spending several months with Airs.
Goodell'a mother. Airs. Charles Holllngsted.
Airs. Norman C. Ives, of Overbrook, is visiting
her sister. Airs. E. T. Woodruff.
Edgar A. Freeman nnd T. G. Coulter aro
spending somo tlmo In Florida.
Allss Henrietta Fralley, of East Arnple avenue,
Alerchnntville, is visiting In Baltimore.
FORREST Last 3 Evgs. &&&
m 0"Ba2rJ VE3SEM.A Will Conduct TONIGHT
THE GIRL OF GIRLS vm.iu.. Mu.iei
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Speclnl Mntlneea TODAY AND TOMOilHOW
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n A -OTJTriV Thla a- Nut Week Evening!
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GEO. M. COHAN'S Powerful Comedy-Drama
THE MIRACLE MAN n,'8de'a)..utl,g0S
Today 2 il. T 9
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