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EVENING LEDGER-lHIIiAl)ELPSIA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1915:
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ik ., f.n.n ctnaa lias been formed by a
ComrbllUo tlint attended tho Mission Study
u at Nortlidfild, Mnss., Inst yenr. Tho clnsa
Wl every Thursday morulnit nt tho homo
WtiL Carl U. Martin. TMO Pine street.
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&KIIiabclh Deans and Miss Mary Paul.
M.nh narllnalon Wilkinson, of 6301
l ' . i. will entertain at bridge today. Tho
fl-u Wi Includo Mrs. J. B. Stustln. Mrs. E.
a,. -r T.niimncn inn or. airs, jonn
Sftt trj, Bob niy, MrB. "William Donogre.
rJrturles Brown, Miss Errjlllo Frlckc, Mrs.
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Wtt, Mlas Dorothy Burgess, Miss Louisa
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ffri, Brant Steele, ivho has bean vlsltlnu her
W-ln-law and daughter, Mr. nnd Sirs. Hollls-
Bturs. t their homo In St. Martin's, -will
"&. on gaturday to'hor homo at Herndon, Va.
:& Eiith ratton, daughter of Mrs. Alexander
llwv .,,. f US South 18th street, will en-
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kAi!a at luncheon toany. 'i' " ""
kSwIll be assisted by her mother, and tho
fSU will Include Mrs. J. Leello Davis, Mrs.
fir - ..., m. r! I. Smith. Jr.. Mrs. Bob-
n ...v. Mrs. Daniel B. Eckort. Mrs. Barry
3S and' Miss Helen Smith. Miss Patton will
ftb entertain at luncheon tomorrow, hen her
Seats will Includo miss i-noeuo "ever, w
'5i ..nrt! Miss Marsaretta Craig, Mrs. Bo-
lul Pollock. Mlas Mildred Shattuck. Mrs.
ftjitln Close, MISS ifannoiumaw, mm. wirno .
aSaas and Mrs. C. Weymouth.
'. and Mrs. Henry S. Grove, who havo been
.i 11.. in-r nt Palm Beach, will re-
5fL. . . - p 1,,a.i. Tntnahnnlnn
taja to their nomt,f -u ' ul...v..
fw. Frederick Jost, of 1304 Pino street, will
it home this afternoon after 4 o'clock and
otter Thursdajs during February ana Marcn.
Hie will b assisted by her mother, Mrs. Wll
JUM luse"r Capp, Mrs. J. Gray Bolton and
JIUi Anna u. uonon.
ft. Tlilward Farnum Lavell. of 1 South 23d
Rmt. will entertain at bridge on Saturday
TOX at her home.
hSL Woreneo Knowles. of 1918 Pino street, has
U hr guest Miss Warner, of Baltimore, Md.
ri.. t.i T Mnrcnn. of Ambler, head of
Horticultural School for Women, Is in
wHslneton attending tho annual conference of
SJ Eastern Fruit Growers' Association.
IJfo and Mrs. Joseph B. Bldgo havo postponed
tWirtilp South for n week on account of Mr
iTis nrellmlnary meeting of tho Lenten sewing
3tuT)rganlred by Mrs. T. Hudson BIch took
JteV'Vfstcrday nfternoon at Christ Church
giljrtl HoJso Instoad of tho homo of Mrs
RJeh. as the latter has been ill. The members
jfthls clas Include Mrs. Barton Cooko Hirst.
il James deW. Cookman, Mrs. Albert E.
Room, Sirs. Charles Heath Bannard, Mrs.
alsruder Craighead, Miss Frnnces'Clark, Miss
Bertha Clark, Mlsa Mary Wlrgman and Miss
K'rlan L. Boyd.
: ALONG THE MAIN LINE
miBBnooK-Mr and Mrs. PhlllD A. Castner,
cfVyan'wood avenue, will leave tomorrow
for a two weeks' trip to Atlantic City.
Lfo and Mrs. Peter T. Hallahan, of 6323
Jjwyood tad, aro spending February In Au
MlM Eleanor H. Graham Ketcham. daughter
Jfjltrj. Benjamin Ketcham, Jr., of tS79 Drexel
jojt who is spending a short time In Washinc
tjJ.Hlll return home tho early part of next
U-Mr. and Mrs. Isaao W. Roberts, of
fcjwdon. and Mr. and Mrs. Percy H. Clark, of
wuthby, left today for a week's visit in
Wl Placid. N. Y.
&, Harrlaon B. Wight, of St. Asaph's rec-
l5Ti will return tho end of this week from
Rffflj York, whero eh is visiting her cousin,
aoyai Whitman. o that city.
JKUbN-STr. and Mrs. William L. Suppiee. of
BthM lane, are soendlnK- February in
m. and Mrs. M. J. McMenamln. of Sunken
WWdena. will leavo this week for a visit to
"fWOHK-Mr. and Mra. Geoffrey S. Earn-
' ' tAncaster pike, aro receiving oongratu-
20na on th birth nf n Hni,r.htr lltlU Mlas
f?7y Heiallnd P!Arnniw 1rn .rmliiw will
fojuaerabered as Miss Mary U Harrington.
IK. ul Spencer, of Glenn road, is spending
2(Wk n Nw York as tha guest of her
. Mrs. William Radford.
ii" Dorothy Burcess. of tito Germantown
Kg". wlj leavo on Sunday for Augusta, Ga.,
, will be tho euest of her sister, Mrs.
S Jarvey, for several weeks.
V JPh D. Wilkinson, of S301 Knox stroet.
4tertaia at brldgo tomorrow afternoon.
guests will be present.
S "t tho Wilson Studio of Mualo will
i'ineert this evening In tho hall of tho
"i vernon Park.
suileal program, which has been arranged
M be played by Melvln B. Goodwin, or-
the Westsldo Presbyterian Church,
A place this evenlnff. Tho assisting
ill b Milton J. Deacon, who will sing
from "The Prodigal Bon," Tho recital
WW under tha auanleea of thft Organ
Margaret Curran, of Andover, Mass.,
aS hn k. .... . m tat fr.l n.iinl.
?at Cheltcn avenue, (or several weeks,
Ktorned to her home.
r Edward Dowling, of 035 Germantown
t io naa been spending b, rew oays in
pUadtlptiia, has returned to her home
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ka left for Toronto, Canada, for a short.
ALONG THE READING
""in i nntanhuusa. who ha been
llast uf Mj, Tvk-.ton sinkltr. of Thora-
f' tni r,rk Ifll 0V)rat 4sjK, -a 8S-
turn to hor home at 017 North nth street, Har
rlsburff, May. Mrs, Itlttenhous'e, It will bo
remembered, was Miss Anno Canntll Cochran,
of this city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Carlln, of Mather ave
nue. Jenklntown, had as their guests over the
week-end Mrs. Carlln's mother and brother,
Mrs. Katharine Baney and Phillip J Baney,
of Providence. It. 1. Mm." Carlln will spend
this week-end at Atlantic City.
Mlso Helen Greenfield Klauderi of 609 North
7th street, Logan, will leave tomorrow for New
York. Saturday she will attend the 100th Night
dance at tho West Point Military Academy.
Miss Klaudor'a engagement has very recently
been announced to Cadet Charles P. Flnley, of
Tho Review Club, of Oak Lane, gave Its mid
year muslcale yesterday afternoon In Marshall
Hall. Program numbers were rendered by
Mrs. Katharlno G. C. Wales, soprano; Mtsa
Helen Penroso Donlevy, harpist; Mrs. W. Day
ton Shelly, pianist; Mrs. James Campbell and
Miss Irene Yeager rendered several vocal duets,
Mrs. I. B. Eltlnge was tho accompanist.
The committee In charge were Mm. A. Taul do
Salino, Mrs. Gertrudo Hayden Ternlcy, Mrs. 1.
B. Eltlnge, Mrs. Benjamin Saddlngton, Mrs. A.
H. Jones, Mrs. Edwin M. Abbott, Mra. George
W. Stevenson, Mrs. William Rltter, Mrs. Thoo
doro Stengel, Mrs. A. C. Read, Mrs. Walter
Mrs. William J. Jennings and her sister,
Mrs. Crawford J. Karnes, entertained at lunch
eon and brldgo esterday afternoon at tho homo
of Mrs. Jennings, 4915 Walton aenue. Their
guests Included the members of their bridge
club and a few additional guests, uho were
Mrs. R. Walter Peterson, 3d, Miss Florence
Elliott, Mrs. Charles Elliott, Mrs. Harold D.
McAneny, Mrs. Arthur Baker, Miss Leona
Frances Zurn, Mrs. William Bakr, Mrs.
Horry Freund, Mrs. Sllven Woods, Mrs. Jesse
D. Ellis, Mrs. L. L. Davis, Miss Gladys Mc
Carthy and Mrs. Ralph Harcourt. of Atlantic
Harry Eaton, of 6337 Vine street, after a 10
day's vacation at home, has returned to college
at Cornell Unlverelty.
Miss Anno McKnlght, of 213 St. Mark's Square,
will entertain her bridge club this nftornoon.
Tho members Include Miss Florcnco Elliot, Mrs.
Charles Elliott. Mrs. Walter Peterson, Miss
Edna Wller, Miss Marjorlo Morris, Miss Leon
Ido Daget, Mrs. Warren Moss, Mrs. Albert
Stuotz, Miss Romalne Taylor, Mlas Helen Dunn,
Miss Helen Roberts, Miss Gladys McCarthy,
Miss Kathryn Mortlmoore, Mlsa Dorothy Mortl
rnoore, Mrs Harold McAneny, Mrs. Lceman
Browne and Miss Florence Reed
Mr. and Mrs Henry F. Mlchell. of S343 Chest
nut street, who have been In Bellalre, Fla., for
the past mouth, will return home tha end of the
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Fillmore. Frishmuth, of
4045 Pine street, will go to Atlantic City lleIt
Wednesday to be present at the wedding of Mlsa
Reba Bowne Haines to Charles Haldeman Long,
streth, which will tako place at noon that day.
On Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Frishmuth
will entertain Mrs. Slgmund Lubln at dinner.
Miss Anna Crowley, of 2330 South 17th street,
entertained at a Valentine party last night.
Those present were Miss Anna Tobln, MIsb
Helen A. Hammon, Miss Florence Hammon,
Miss Sara Trotter, Miss Winifred Nellman,
Miss Margaret Clements, Mr and Mia. W
Franger, Mr. and Mrs James Jonos, Miss Nan
Mohlan, William J. Kane, Edward Mahler,
Frank Schneider, John Purfleld, John M. Flana
gan, William Ti otter and It E O'Sulllvan, of
Tho Rara Avis Sewing Circle tendered a sur
prise linen shower to Miss Reba Bahoff, 327
Jackson street, Saturday night, February 13,
Those present were Mlsa Reba Levy, Miss
Frances Levinson, Miss Mary Mclln, Miss Ida
Cohen, Miss Dora Erlck, Miss Lonora Byron,
Mies Anna Duckett, Miss Rose Cohen, Miss
Sophia Cohen, Miss Anna Scharf, Miss Dora
Bahoff, Miss Sylvia Llchtensteln, Dave Barsh,
Herman Sherman, Samuel M. Schwartz, Abra
ham Barsh, William V. Bahoff. Jack S. Bahofr,
Myer Rosenberg, Albert Scharf. Dr. and Mrs.
R. U Cuttlor, of Camden; Dr. and Mra. M,
Segal, of Camden; Mr. and Mis. A. Bahoff and
Mr. and Mrs, B Blchovaky.
Mrs. William Clark, of 1937 South street, will
entertain this afternoon at a "Koffeo Klotch,"
after which the guests will new for the poor.
They will include Mrs. John Hutchinson, Mrs.
William Webber, Mrs. Samuel Mellln, Mrs. Jane
Clark and Miss Rose Borkln.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Darofr, of 1SU No-th 33d
street, entertained at cards, followed by supper.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J, Davidson,
Mr. and Mrs.iS. Goldman, Mr. and Mra, 11.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs, Finberr, Dr, and Mrs. D,
J, Soltsman, Mr, and Mrs. David Fleet, Mr.
and Mra. William Kamens, Mr, and Mrs. If.
'Greenebaum, Mr. and Mrs, S. Fisher, Mr, and
Mrs. M, Wuriel, Mr, and Mrs. H, Merlacho
wlts, Mr, and Mrs, John Davidson, Mr. and Mra,
Louis Frankel, Mr. and Mrs. A, Davidson, J,
Robinson, Louts Daroff, Miss Rose Daroft and
Miss Elizabeth Daroff.
The progressive "M0" party given by Miss
Esther Beers, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Albert
Beers, of 1604 North iti street, was followed
by a novel Valentine supper. Red hearts, red
flowers and valentines formed the decorations
and flowers. The guests were Mlsej Marian
Clark, Miss Eltanor Wood, Mlas Gladys Daw
son. MUs Hazel Torrance, Mlas Haltn Connor,
Mlsa Marian Riley, Miss Mildred Beauchamp,
Miss Helen AVeyman, Miss Marie Green, Mle4
Mary Merclcley, Mlsa Beatrice Whiteside, Mis
Marian Benson, Mlas Ray Stelor, Miss Rachel
Prooat, Mlas Bather Johnstone. Mlaa Florence
Caasln. Mia Marjorle Evan, Mia Irene Rau,
Mlsa France Miller, Frank Bower, Louis Bigel,
Johu Squire. David Jester, Robert Freeman,
Frederick Boatlek, Walter aoahrlng,' William
Kimaet. Wallace Cooper. Roy Bell, Oswald Race,
Qharlta Ester, 0wie Keen, Chart R Al
bert Beer. Jr-. Edward Blthtn, JTredwick
9Uhn. Lcul 80hr and RutaeU Tayle.
Miss Johnstone will, entertain the "Chow"
FIRST REGIMENT BALL
Guard of Pennsylvania to Give Ball on
Imitations have been Issued for the annual
review nnd military ball of the 1st Regiment
Infantry, National Guard of Pennsylvania It
will bo held In tho Armory. Broad nnd Cullo
hlll streets. "n the nlaht of Washington's
Birthday. Tcbrunry 22 It l requested that all
military guests will appear In uniform Major
Jofleph Klipp Nlcholls Is chairman of tho com
mittee. Tho Honorary Commlttco Includes
Brigadier General A. C MnrMey, V S. A..
Captain Jamc3 D HclslnRcr, U. S. A , Captain
Paul McCook. USA, Captnln Harry Coopor,
V. S A ; Captain Chnrlos C. Allen, tT S A :
Captain Francis H. Strong, V. S A ; Lieu
tenant Edward G. Elliott, V. S A ; Lieutenant
Townscnd Whelcn. USA. Major Gonorul
James W. Lnttn. Major General Wendell I'.
Bowman, Brigadier General II Dale Benson.
Brigadier General Theodore E. Wledorshelm.
Brigadier General Chambers StcKlbbln, Brig
adier Gencial Sylvester Bonnffon, Brigadier
General J. Lewis Good, Boles Penrose, D. Ncw
Iln Fell, Robert on Moschzlsker, r. Amedee
Brogy, Edwanl A. Anderson, John M. Patter
son. Bernard Gilpin, C Stuart Patterson nnd
Colonel Alexander P. Colesberr
Tho patronesses of tho nffnlr Include Mrs
Daniel B. Bower, Mrs Richard M. Cadwalader.
Mrs. C. Howard Clark, Jr. Mrs. Percy II.
Clark, Mrs. J. Leslie Davis, Mrs Walter Lang
don Eustls, Mrs. T. Charlton Henry, Mrs, Phil
ander C. Knox, Mra. Howard W. Lewis, Mrs.
J. Kearaley Mitchell, Mrs Alexander Patton,
Mrs. George Reynolds, Mrs. J. Pcrclval Rob
erts, Mis. Henry II Thompson, Mrs. Wllllnm
D. WInsor and Mia. Rollln Wilbur.
A birthday surprlso party was given Mlas Re
becca Dyner by her friends at her home, 730
Master street Those present were Mr. and
Mrs N. Dyner. Mr. and Mrs J. Segal, Miss
Esther Saltzman, Miss Cella I'ruchtcr. Miss
Dorothy Fels, Miss Hose Rosenberg, Miss Saiah
Saltzman, Miss Minerva E. Dner, Miss Itosa
Blnnlstock, Miss Frances Becker, Miss Ethel
Dyner and Miss Marlon Segal, Mcssis. J. U
Whartman, B A. Mascl, N Blueatelii, Harrj
Glatsteln, Morris Sharp, Albeit Goldnmn, It.
borfman, Harry Djner, Dr Jack Silvers, Morris
J. Root, Dr. Benjamin Vine, Sol Greenberg,
Samuel Fruchter, Samuel Kolkln, Joseph Segal
and David Greenberg.
Arrangements on an extensive scale have been
made for a danco nnd package party which will
be given next Saturday evening at 114 West
Glrard avenue, under the auspices of tho Pro
gressive League of the Hth Ward.
Mrs Clara Ettlnger will be In charge of the
affair and George W Splelman. president of
the league, heads the Committee on Arrange
ments rati r Uticu
MISS ANNA WETHERILL-
Miss WetheriU, who Is tha daughter
of Mrs. George B. WetheriU, is an
extremely popular member of the
Club nt n danco tonight, at her home,
Play Will Be Given at Mercantile Hall on
Monday for Charity.
"Betsey Trotwood's Tea Party" will be pre
sented by prominent Jewish women of this
city on Monday night, February 22, In Mercan
tile Hall In aid of chnrltj The play was writ
ten by Miss Mildred Tll, a sonlor In tho Girls'
High School, and almost tho entlra dialogue Is
composed of quotations from the works of Dick
ens. Mrs. William Mason Hindi ttIH Imperson
ate Mlsi Betsey. Othcrx In tha cast ale Mrs.
Felix X. Gerson, Mrs. Gabilel Blum, Mts. Sinn
ley Goldsmith, Mis. Leon Men:, Miss Clalro
Bachman, Mrs Hnrry S Knlui, Mrs Walter D.
Dnlslmer, Mrs. Frank A. Pfnelrcr, Mrs Morris
B. Majcr. Mrs Simon Kutz, Mrs. Isaac H
Vendlg, Mrs Harry J. Blssluger, Mrs. Jarob
Well, Mrs S IC. Louchhclm. Mrs. Willis
Flclshor. Mrs Max N Aaron, Mrs Dald
Klrschbaum, Mrs Leo B. AVolf, Mrs. Philip
Rosennu, Mrs Arthur Bamberger, Mrs Angelo
Mers, Miss Rosalind Bamberger, Miss Dorothy
M. Well, Miss Hazel B. Aaron. Miss Uuth
The play will be followed by an old fashioned
minuet, In which tho following will participate:
Miss Rosalie Dannenbaum, Miss Mildred Singer,
Mls Rose Hirsch, Mlas Aline K. Sells, Miss
Charlotte l'eustmnnn, Miss Elizabeth Soils, Miss
Edith Llcbermnn, Miss Ruth Stelnbarh, Henry
K. Coons, Walter Roasbach, Slnnloy Snellen
burg, Horace Horner, Henrj L. Lang, M. Strp
pachor, H. Wlmpfhelmer and Frank Wleder.
The reception committee: Mrs. Joseph N.
Snellenburg, Mrs Nathan Oaurn, Mrs Hnrry S.
Bohal, Mrs. Lee S V -ers, Mrs E. W. Dannen
baum, Miss Sophli Espen, Mrs David T.
Flelsher, Mrs. Heniy C Flcisher, Mis Jacob L
Krauss, Mrs Arthur K. Llverlght, Mrs. Arthur
Loeb, Mrs. Joseph Moos, Mrs Joseph S. Louch
helm, Mrs Jules Mastbaum, Mrs Frank I
New burger, Mrs Isaac H. Silverman. Mrs. Jay
I' Schnmberg, Mrs Harry II Snellonbuig, Mis.
Julius S Wevl and Mrs Louis Wolf will be
gowned to repicsent characters from the famous
author's best known books
The managers are Mrs Chailcs Glmbel, Mrs
A A Eshner, Mrs. Miriam K Arnold, Mrs.
Louis Flelsher, Mrs E C Goldstein, Mrs. Max
L Margoli and Miss Helen Flelsher The
ushers will be lrvln L Stone. William S. Rodel
helm, Stuart F. Louchhclm, Frank Stern, Har
old Loeb, Chailcs Schloss, Frank WIedner, Leon
J. Obermaer, Foreman Flelsher, Philip Arnold,
Henry L Lang, Dr. Leon Soils-Cohen, Raymond
Brunswick, Msrk Kntzonborg, Horace Flelsher
and Herbert F. Goldstein.
The piny will be staged under the direction ot
Mrs. Walter G. Dalslmer, Walter G. Wroe will
have charge f the minuet and Harry Herzberg
of tho music. Following the minuet there will
be general dancing.
The engagement of Miss Eleanor Mann, of
4623 Mansion avenue, to Rajmond Turner, of
440$ Mamounk avenue, was announced Satur
di night at a dinner given by Mr and Mrs
Charles Havlm at their home, 133 Clearfield
avenue, Roxborough. The )oung couple are to
bo married on March 30 In the Emanuel Meth
odist Episcopal Church, Silierwood and Gates
Sir. Turner Is a well-known young business
man of Roxborough, unci Miss Mann Is the
flrat soprano in the choir of the church In which
they are to be married Mr and Mrs, Albert
Mann, the parent of Miss Mann, and Mr. and
Sirs, John Turner, the parents of the pros
pective bridegroom, were present at the dinner
when the engagement was announced,
Miss Helen Uhlman was given a linen shower
at her home, 4145 Main street, Manayunk, list
evening by Mrs. Louis Classman. 151 Walnut
lane, Tho house was prettily decoVated with
palms, cut flowers and valentine designs. MUs
Uhlman will be married on May 2 to Isidore
Lowenthal. The ceremony will be performed
by Rabbi Nathan at tha Students' Chapter,
Broad street and Susquehanna avenue.
Among those present were Mr. and Mr. Will
iam Kamp, Mr, and Mrs. Morris Blassband, Mr.
and Mrs, Adolph Lang, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Weiss, Mr. and Mr. Julius Lowtnthal. Mr. and
Mr. Louis Classman Mr. and Mr. Samuel
Blassband, Mr- and Mrs Peter Glllman, Mr.
and Mr. L. W. Apple, Mts Rosalind Apple,
Mlas Helen Weiss, Mia Beatrice EInhorn, Mia
Ida Newman, Jerome Lowenthal, Nat Lowen
thai. laldor Lowenthal and Nathan EInhorn.
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Invitation have ben lasusd by Mr. and Mrs.
WlUru Potter Halllnger for 'brldy op "MO"
for Friday vnlnr. February , t their real.
dence. Maple nd Westmlnjter avenms, Mr
chantvllle. Nr. and Mr Alfra DorrelL upon their retursi
from JatnaJ, this week, will live at l FnuUr
THE wedding of Miss Adelaide E. Sutthaus to
Harry C. Butler was solemnized last nlnht In
tho homo of tho brldt HID East Chelten avenue
The ceicmonj was performed by the Rev. Carl
llntliawny. of tha Covenant Presbyterian
Church. The lirldc, who was nttende I by her
sister, Mies Floronce hulthatts, ns maid of honor,
wore a gown of whlto duchosa satin. Her veil
was of tullo. held In place by orange blossoms,
nnd she carried a bouquet of bride roses The
maid of honor wns gowned In pink crepe meteor
and carried an arm bouquet of Klllamry rosc
Mr. Butler was attended by Walter Wright as
best man, and after a reception the couple left
on n trip South and on their return will live In
Tho wedding of Miss Mary Blaul, daughter of
Mrs. M. C. Blaul. to Frederick D Eldredge, of
Capo Maj, will tako place nrt Wednesday at
(! 10 o'clock, nt the home of tho prospecthe
brldo'a mother, 447 South 43d streot. The Rev.
Dr. J. Francis Behrcns, pistor of tho Fifth
Baptist Church, will oITIclale
Miss Blaul will bo attended by her slster-ln-law,
Mrs. Loulo A. Blaul, ns matron of honor,
and her little niece. Miss Heton Blaul, as
Mower gill. Louis A. Bt-iul will act as best
Mr and Mrs J. Frank Mlchener announco
the marriage of their daughter. Miss Sara Mar
garet Mlchener, to Edgar Allan Roblc. U. S. N.,
retired, on Tuesday, February 16, at 1 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Roblo will bo at home after March
15, at 612S Spruce street
The marriage of Mlas Margaret M Kelly, of
930 North 48th street, to Theodore H. Bour
clngnon took place quietly Tuesday afternoon.
ENTERTAIN FOR DAUGHTER
Mr. and Mrs. D. Webster Bell Give Party
at Philomusian Club.
A delightful little children's party was given
estorday ofternoon nt the Philomusian Club
by Mr. and Mrs D Webster Bell, ot 45JJ Spruce
street, for theli small daughter. Miss Kloienco
Henderson Bell, who celebrated her second
blrthdny. A Punch nnd Judj Show, u ventrilo
quist and numerous old fashioned games were
provided for tho entertainment of the tiny
guests, nnd an orchestra provided music
throughout the afternoon Tho decorative
scheme was In pink nnd white, with plnli
sweetheart roues on the table. In the centre
of which stood n huge cake adorned with two
The outhful guests included Miss Katharine
Allison, Mlsa Lillian Allison, Miss Essie Bur
rows. Master Stuart Buck. Jr : Miss Elisabeth
Baltz, Christopher Donner. Jr ; Miss Vivian
Guyer, Miss Elisabeth Hent, Master Jnck
Has, Charles Hajs, Billy Kendrlck, Charles
Kendrlck, Jr.. Miss Helen Peterson, Miss Eliza
beth Pnrkcr, Miss Edith Plummcr, Clinton Rose.
Jr ; Caleb Kov. 3d : Miss Eleanor Darrow,
Thomas Sohcrmcrhorn, John Wiggins, 2d.;
Matthew Dlttman. Jr.: Robert Gustlne, Miss
riorenco D'rmond. Rnjmond Passannt, Jr.:
Goorgo Passavant. Miss Foggy Doan. Samuel
Doan and Miss Margaret Blnns
Miss Margaret Clark, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Clark, of 3Soo North Broad street,
lins gone to Washington, D. C. where she will
be tho guest of her aunt. Mrs. Hugh Cosqroie,
for n month.
Mrs. Leonnrd R. Weltzel, of 4G09 North Broad
street, entertained nt bridge yesterday after
noon. Her guests, who are membere of her
bridge club, wero Mrs. Charles Wrlghtson. Mrs
Genrgo L Parker, Jr.. Mrs. Lelghton Kramer,
Mrs. Robert Beatty. Miss Mary Nagle. Mlsa
Helen Radley nnd Mrs H Clay Dlngee.
On Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Weltzel will
entertain at bridge, followed by a supper. Mr
end Mrs Kramer. Mr. and Mrs Beatty and
Mr and Mrs. Dlngeo will bo the guests
Mr. and Mrs. George Frederick Young, of
3226 North Broad street, announce the marriage
of their sister. Miss Ida Cecilia Young, and
James II. Crumble on Tuesday, February 16, nt
the home ot Mlsa Young. 2003 East Chelten ave
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blnns, of 5S12 Penn
Mascher street, are receiving congratulations
on the birth of a son
Miss Jessie C. Evans, of the William Tenn
High School, gae a talk on "Civics" yesterday
ufternoon before a large and attentive audience
at the .lamra Russell Lowell School.
A banquet was given last evening by the
Hotmesburg Council of the Knights of Colum
bus. The committee In charge Included William
C. Carroll, Thomas Keenan, James Oossner.
Francis Parkinson, Jamta Hopkins and Daniel
O' Donald. '
Mts Rose Beyer and Mlas Madallno Beyer, of
Atlantio City, havo Miss Ella Patterson and
Miss Mary Patterson s their guest, for whom
muoh entertaining will be done.
Mr. and Mr. William Tatteraon have been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Blank, of
St. Phllomena's Catholic Club elected the
following officers at Its annual meeting: Presi
dent, WUHam J. UbU vice president, George
J. Rlleyj recording secretary, William F. Cul
hane: nnanclal secretary, Thomas Cullune;
treasurer, Daniel H. Barrow.
A benefit bridge will be glyen by the ladle
of the Country Club February 2T. Those who
are on the committee Include Mr. Bdwln
Qranley, Mrs, Harlan StatztU, Mrs. Frank
Magulre, Mr. H R. Hoffer and Mr. R. S.
Mr. and Mr. Jsaac H.' Adler apent the week
end in Atlantic City.
The senior class of the high school 1 pre
parlns; to lv a ply at the TwantUth Cn.
tury Club on March 8. MUs Miriam Hint t
preparing the llrJs, and they wilt appear In
two (ketches, one "Spreading; the New." and
tn 4 "Twl of Thorn "
Mr- William llarral, of Rtvervlew avau.
ha aud InvltaHoai for a party 'or bar
daughter, Mlaa Beth, Harral, ti fa given on
1 Wa.sfclgtoti Statfcday.
at 6 o'clock, In the Church of Our Mother of
William Welnell, of McKeeeport, P,, ha an
nounced the marrlago of litn daughter, Mis
Martha I, Welnell, of 2103 Diamond street, tn
Henry P. Frlemel, of 1615 North 16th street, on
Wednesday night. February 10, at the home of
the bride. Mr nnd Mrs. Frlemol will be at home
nfter March 1 at 2103 Diamond street,
Mr and Mrs. Daniel Hoelzlo havo announced
the marriage of tholr daughter, Miss Carrie
Emma Hoelsle. to Frederick W. Dietrich on
Tuesday, February 9. Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich
on their return fioin their wedding Journey
through the South will live at 35M North Tth
Invitation have been Issued by Mr. John
Anderson, of 372 Church lane, for tho marriage,
of her daughter, Miss Violet Kata Anderson,
nnd Jnmes McKennon Walt, of 143 Gowen ave
nue. Tho wedding will tako place on Tuesday,
February 23, at C 30 p. m., in Christ Church,
Tulpehockcn and McCallum streets.
The marriage of Miss Grace Maxwell to O. W.
Curtis, of Northampton, Masa., will take place
In St. John's Church on March 10. Soon after
tha wedding the young couple will leave for
South America, where Mr. Curtis and several
New York bankers will establish the first United
States National Bank tn Buenos Aires
Announcement has been made of the mar
riage of Miss Mary Love, of 6910 McCallum
street, to W. Alan Garvin, of 608 McCallum
street, on Tuesdny, February 16, at noon, In the
Church of St Vincent de Paul, Prlco street.
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