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EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1915.
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S Vl luncheon on Tuesday, March 2, In honor of
Ijlh. Howard Wood. Mrs. Wood, bforq her
Smirrlaso In tho fall, will bo remembered aa
fjHM Plioebo Wllmcr.
' Mrs. Morgan entertained Informally at luncii-
Mr. and Mr, Lnngdon 3. (Mitchell, of 2320 Do
X,aneey place, will entertain at dinner tonight
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pllalre, Fla., where thoy spent neveral weeks
ts the guests of Mrs. Grant's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Stcclman Dlsston, who havo a
jiouae tliero. Mrs. Grant, It will bo remembered,
s Miss Mario Steelman Dlsston.
Fllles Llla T. Fisher, of Torresdalc, Is visiting
r3at(ves In Washington.
JIIss Paulino Davis Bowlo, of 281 South 4th
street, gave a tea yesterday afternon to meet
Mrs. Allan Johnstono Henry, who was Miss
0xn Devcreaux Ogden, of New York. Among
lE'those who received with ansa Bowie were Mrs.
Frederick Fraloy, Mrs. Claronco Clark Zant-
Ulngef, JIrfl- Jolln Mu'r Mrs- James Largo, Mrs.
Harrison Taylor, airs, cusnman Newnaii, subs
Oertrude Ely and Miss Isabel Wurtz Pago.
Mrs. Edward F. Dealo has her daughter, Mrs.
jLrthur Morton Wilson, as her guest for sev-
Vat weeks. Sirs. Wilson will assist Mrs. ueaie
In receiving on Monday at her home, 120 soutn
Invitations havo been Issued by the Plays ana
a Players to tho active mombero, associate
Iplayera and their guests for an Informal tea on
rsiiuday afternoon, February 28, ai o ciuwv.
"Peg- o1 My Heart" and "A uiri or Toaay-
companies aro Invited and a special musical
Iprogram has been arranged.
Mrs. William W. Arnett, Miss Eleanor Arnett
land Miss Alva Sargent loft on Wednesday for
EBrown's Mills, whero thoy will spend a week.
k Mrs. Allan Pondleton Turner, of New York,
Hformerly of Scranton, Is now tho gueBt of hor
leister, Mrs. J. Dallas Smith, of Logan, on
BBunday she will bo Joined by Mr. Turner, who
1m been taking a Southern trip, and together
ftheY will return to New York.
Mrs. Roderick Provost, 417 East Mt. Airy
fvenue, has gono to Now York to remain 10
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Isaao
Roberts and T. Williams Roberts have taken a
oue at Lake Placid, In tho Adirondacks, for
,"Mr. Charles Walton, of St. David's, who is
Wine tho Lenten season in Palm Beach,
'will be Jolntd tomorrow by her daughter, Miss
Ufirthat Walton, and her young - eon, Joseph
Walton. They will not return until April 1.
"Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Brown, of Oak road,
Germantown, havo closed their 'nouse ana
fiU, spend tho remainder of the winter with
Mrs. Joshua Levering at Huston, Md.
Slrs. Arthur Blddle has gone to Hot Springs,
,Va., for a stay of several weeks.
Mrs. Gcorgo Rose Green, of 418 West School-
house lane, will havo as her guest In a lew
days Miss Ellen La Mont Patterson, of George
Franklin Stevens, of 423 East Tulpohocken
street, has gone for a short stay in Now York.
Wlr. and Mrs. E. It. Clark, of East Walnut
line, will leave Bhortly for a two months' vtett
In the South.
K, W. Roop, of 5481 Germantown avenue, left
this week for Pasadena, Cal.
John E. Nolan, of 433 West Woodlawn ave-
mie, left yesterday for Washington, D. C,
Rhero he will remain for two or three months.
PjA. W. Potter, of the Graystone, West School-
bouso lane. Is spending soma tlmo at Island
Htlghte. N, J.
Hills Hannah Hoffman, of 2874 Indian Queen
Ittiie, has gone to Bermuda for a short stay.
Mtss Susan II. Kitchen, of 222 Greene street.
lis spending the Lenten season at the Chal
gone, Atlantic City.
Dr. and Mrs. J. Edmund Bronson, of 40 West
IChelten avenuo, who spent the week-end In
Atlantic City, returned to their homo today.
SMtss Marlon Connolly, of 110 Pastorlua
IjUtst, has left for a two weeks' visit to At
Plr, and Mrs, David Penrose, of Denver,
Col., are the guests of Mr. apd Mrs. J,F, Pen
foie, of Pastorlua street. Many entertainments
we, been arranged In their honor.
ALONG THE READING
Jbe Jenklntown Choral will give Its second
Ejjuslcal tea of the season on Monday after
Ejm, March 1, at 3:30 o'clock, at tho Jenkln-
jjnrv Auditorium on York road. These affairs,
nra several times during the season between
f regular concerts, havo become very popu-
14 and a large number of the members and
fl friends are expected to attend. Mrs.
K"l Kills Slaugh Is the director, and the
pts will he Arih'.r Jackson, of the
2aus Club and Holy Trinity choir, and
ISSriisey Mattox, who will play a violin solo.
Recepvion Committee Includes Mrs. John
Jayley, chairman; Mrs. Louis B Fortner
RoDert Carnwath, Mrs. Jpscph B, Dixon
P Udlea who will pour tea are Mrs. E. I.
fi, Mrs Urlnton Luekens', Mrs. Joseph I
, Jr Mrs. Le Roy Fetter, Mrs. Frank D.
ami, jtfrs. -waiter A. Bailey, bin, Charles
Bemhauer and Mrs. James Marshall. The
I Concert of the tttinml will tab nlap at
KM. jenklntown Auditorium the early part of
John Butler and Miss Georglne Butler.
EOT havii ha.n k. .. a tu a
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pBBB, of West aveu. lenklntpwn, for a
wrned to their home in Wilkes-Barre
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i f Eugeae Csrlw. of Mathw: uvenue, Jtaktn.
lown, has been opendlng several days no tho
guest of Miss Grace Walker, of Ambler. Miss
Carlln will return today.
Morris Herkness, of Wyncote, who was In
jured In a fall following the hounds with the
members of tho Huntingdon Valley Hunt Club
on Washington's Birthday, Is rapidly recover
ing, and Is spending several days as the guest
of Dr. and Mrs. William C. Hollopeter, of
Morion. Mr. Herkness' engagement to Miss
Marguerite Hollopeter was announced last fall.
Miss Marlon Tyre, of 6710 North 8th street,
Oak Lnne, and Miss June Harmcr will spend
the week-end as the guests of Miss Ethe Bon
ham and Miss Evelyn Clavey, of Wilmington,
Del. There will be a dance given for them at
tho Hotel duPont Friday evening and a matinee
box party Saturday afternoon.
Invitations have been Issued by Mr. and Mrs.
George Nox McCain for tho marriage of their
daughter, Miss Marv Virginia Lockwood Mo
Caln, to Stanley Gladding Wilcox on Thursday
evening, March 4, In the Walnut Street Pres
byterian Church. The ceromony will bo per
formed by the Rev. Dr. J. A. MacCallum, pas
tor of the chjrch, at 7:30 o'clock, and will be
followed by a reception at tho home of tho
bride's sister, Mrs. William Campbell, Jr., 4003
Miss McCain will be attended by her sister,
Mrs. William Campbell, Jr., as matron of
honor, nnd her bridesmaids will be MIbs Brenda
Cleveland, of Boston; Miss Marguerite Shelley,
of Quakcrtown, and Miss Florence Smith, of
this city. Nox McCain Kchew, a ncphow of
tho bride, will bo tho ring-bearer, and the Httlo
flower girl will be her niece. Miss Julia Anno
Kchew, both of Pittsburgh. Herbort Bennett,
of Boston, will act an best man, nnd Mr, Wilcox
will havo Donald R. McCain, brother of tho
brldo, Frederick B. Jaekcl nnd William
Campbell, Jr., as ushers.
Mr. and Mrs. Honry F. Mlchell have re
turned to their home, 3013 Chestnut street, after
a month spent at Bellalro, Fla., returning by
wny of Atken, S. C, where they stopped for
part of the golfing season. They will spend
Easter at Chelsea.
Invitations havo been Issued by Mrs. John
Grcenwctl, of 4517 Spruce street, for a tea on
Friday, March 12, to meet her daughter, Miss
Mary Foulds Grcenwell. Tho receiving party
will Include Mrs. William Ingram, Mrs. William
Laycock, Mrs. Louis Sclgel, Mrs. William J.
Coane, Mrs. Warren Moss, Miss Harriet E.
Scott, Miss Lucille Elliot Morris, Miss Esther
Mulford, Miss Elizabeth Jessie Bernard, Miss
Ncsslo Halg and Miss Eva R. Hartlng. Bridge
will follow In the evening for tho receiving
Miss Elizabeth Christian, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Addison A. Christian, of 4512 Walnut
Btreet, who Is at boarding school, will spend
the coming week-end with her parents.
The College Settlement Mandolin and Guitar
Club, 5th and Christian streets, gave n musical
recital at the Lombard Street Settlement House,
Lombard and Front streets, last night. Pro
fessor Johan Grolle talked on technical musical
subjects. The recital was given under the
direction of MIbs Helen Kalmback.
Miss Blanche Lane entertained the members
of her Bewlng circle yesterday at her home In
tho Glrard Estate, 2527 South 18th street. After
this week tho circle, which has proved so popu
lar, will meot on Wednesday mornings Instead
of Thursdays. The members are Mrs. Charles
A. Davis, Mrs. Raymond S. Keyeo, Airs. Ralph
L. Shepard, Mrs. Guy a. BIssett, Mrs. Manning
II. Phllbrlck, Miss Blanche Lane and Mrs, Ar
thur T. Barney.
A party of South Phlladelphlans, who went
to Atlantic City to play basketball on Young's
pier for St. Rita's Club, and who have Just re
turned. Include the following: John Love,
Charles O'Neill, James Scanlon, Richard Ward,
Gus Doudero, Harry O'Nell and Philip Miller.
Mrs. Oeorge deBcnnevllle Kelm, of 2335 South
2lBt street, sailed from New York yesterday
morning on the steamship Panama, en route
to Cristobal, Panama, where she will be the
guest 'of Mrs. Dlsmukes for almost a month.
Mrs. Dlsmukes Is the wife of Captain Dlsmukes,
U. S. N one of the two naval officers on the
staff of Colonel Goethals.
A progressive supper, followed by dancing,
will be given this evening In the Glrard Es
tate by several naval officers and their wives.
The various courses of the supper wJH be served
at the homes of different members of the party
In the following order: Mr, and Mrs. Charles
S. Davis, Miss Blanche Lane and Paymaster
Parsons, U, S, N.i Lieutenant Commander Ray
mond S. Keyes, U, S. N., and Mrs. ICeyes, Lieu
tenant Rulph L. Shepard, U, S. M. C, and Mrs.
Shepard, Lieutenant Qharles A. Lutz, U, S, M.
d and Mrs. Luti, and Paymaster Manning H.
Phllbrlck, U. S. N., and Mrs. Phllbrlck. The
dance which will follow the supper will be at
the home of Paymaster and Mrs. Phllbrlck.
The Wednesday Night Sewing Circle held
their weekly meeting last Wednesday night at
the homo of Mrs, John C, Smith, of 4358 Mitchell
street. Among those present were Mrs Louts
JJalman, Mrs. Joseph Andrews, Mrs. Charles
Honuller, Mrs. Walter Glne, Mrs. James Hen.
pessy, ' Mrs. John Smith and Mrs James
Mrs. Paxson James, of 8029 Ridge avenue,
gave a card party yesterday afternoon at her
home, which was attended by many of her
friends. Among those present ewre Mrs. Will
iam R. Haggart, MUs Edith Rlghter, Mrs.
William Ames, Mrs. A. L. Adams, Mrs, Harry
H. Thompson, Mrs. Mary Mott, Mrs. George
Holland, Mrs.' John A. Struse. Mrs. WJlHaro
W. Wilson and Mrs. Benjamin F, Hendren,
Mlsa Myra Wartroan, of 30Q Rochelle avenue,
Wlssahlekon, left last Sunday for a trio
through th South. She Intends to visit South.
Carolina and other Southern States.
Rev. Edwin B. Calverly, Vt Arabia, Is vUltln
hto brother, Benjamin F- Calverly. who n
sldta at RboraflLand Ffate f-veau,
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MISS VIOLA LEE Photograph by Marccau.
Miss Leo Is a popular member of society in tho southern section of tho city.
Huntingdon Valley Country Club Danco
Will Take Place Tonight.
Tho regular dance of tho Huntingdon Valley
Country Club will be held tonight In tho club
house. A number of dinners will precede tho
Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Collins, Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Martin nnd Mr. and Mrs. Charles W.
Bock, Jr., will entertain Jointly. The guesta
who will be members of the house parties be
ing entertained over the week-end by Mrs. Col
lins, Mrs. Martin nnd Mrs. Beck are mostly
from New York, and will number about 21.
Mr. and Mrs. James P. McFarland, of Hill
top, Ogontz, will give a dinner for four guests.
Mrs. S. Crozer Robinson will entertain at
dinner before the dance. Covers will be laid
for 12 guests, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buck
will also give a dinner, when their guests will
Mr. and Mrs. John B. S. Rex, of Ogontz, will
give a dinner before the dance.
VIOLIN CONCERT AT NARBERTH
Henry Sue widely known locally as a 'con
cert violinist, will glvo a recital tonight at Elm
Hall, Narberth, under auspices of tho Narberth
Civic Association. The patronesses Include the
following: Mrs. Georgo A. Abele, Mrs. Robert
L. Bcatty, Mrs. C. R. Blackall, Mrs. John A.
Caldwell, Mrs. W. Arthur Cole, Mrs. C. P. Cook,
Mrs. Edwin P. Dold, Mrs. Carroll Downes, Mrs.
Henry C. Gara, Mrs. Edward S. Havs,
Mrs. George M. Henry, Mrs. Romaino C. Hott
man, Mrs. William S. Horner, Mrs. Augustus J.
Loos, Mrs, Edward A. Muschamp, Mrs. Robert
E. Pattlson, Jr., Mrs. A. Perry Redlfer, Mrs.
Frederick Rose, Mrs. S. A. Rudolph, 2d, Mrs.
William Solfrldge, Mrs. James C. Simpson, Mrs.
William D. Smedley, Mrs. O. J. Snyder, Mrs.
Fletcher W. Stltes, Mrs. John B. Williams and
Mrs. James Wilson.
Mrs. Frederick T. Jennings, of 3532 North 18th
street, will glvo a tea with readings and music
this afternoon. Mrs. Burt Gamble and Mrs.
William Franco will nsslst In receiving. Mrs.
Jacob Sallada, who will preside at the tea
table, will be assisted by the daughter of tho
hostess, Miss Bessie Jennings, An attractive
program of readings and Impersonations will
be glvon by Miss Emma Campbell and Inter
spersod with piano solos by Mies Alice Green.
Among those who will be present are Mrs. Ira
Bertolet, Mrs. Edward Maddock, Mrs. Monroe
P. Llnd, Mrs. Clara S. Ogden, Mrs. Emma
Jackson, Mrs. Herman Sonneborn, Mrs. W.
Wledner, Mrs. Albert Green, Miss Elizabeth
Odenatt, Mrs. William MacDonald, Mies Flor
ence MacDonald, Mrs. C. H. Campbell, Mrs.
Thomas Bird, Mrs. A. H. Moore, Mrs. W.
Ogden, Mlsa Carolina Callahan, Miss Ralph
Gibbon, Mrs. John Haller, Mrs. Oeorge White
and Mrs. William Grimm.
Miss Edna Soull, Miss Emma Lawrence, Miss
Mildred Heist, Miss Adallne Froellch, Miss
Hazel Crawford, Miss Florence MacMorrts, MJss
Violet Carson, Miss Beatrice Rottner, Miss
Marian Jones, Miss Florence Gelkler, Miss Alice
McFudden and Miss Charlotte Fleming, of
Tioga, were entertained at 500 yesterday after
noon by Miss Dorothy Greaves, of Mount Airy
Mrs, John G. Holmes, of 1523 West Erie ave
nue, was hostess to the members of the Ladles
Quaker City Motor Club at cards yesterday
afternoon at the St James.
Mrs. B. Kahnweller is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Harry M. Meyers, of 3251 North 17th street,
Miss Gamlln will address the girls of tbr
Olney Grammar and High School grades and
working girls tomorrow afternoon at 2;15
o'clock. She will bo assisted by Mrs. Stover,
who will lead the singing with the cornet,
Mr, and Mrs, Andrew MqCllntock, of Decatur
street, are receiving congratulations on the
birth of a son,
Mrs. E. Headley McCracken, of Wast Scran
ton, formerly of Cedar Grqve, is home on a
visit, Headley MeOrocken has left for the
West, and Mrs. McCracken will Join him after a
several weeks stay here.
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour J. Egan, formerly of
S04 Chambers avenue, are now living la Wash
ington, D. C, where. Mr. Egan la in the Govern
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Rone. Miss Bone, Miss.
Eleanor Rone and Jack Kobe have returned to
this, their native town, Afte several jrars'
roiUeace in West PbUtdsIphia.
Tho Various Sowing Societies Which Havo
Been Formed This Year Meet Today.
This morning society, with Its knitting, Its
sewing and Its embroidering, wended Its way
to ,tlio various classes. The class that meets
In the home of Mrs. J. Bortram LIpplncott, of
1712 Spruco street, has arrangod for prominent
people to glvo talks on current and other In
teresting events. Today Professor William J.
Hudson, of Wisconsin University, ono of the
leaders of tho peace movement of the country,
gave a most Interesting talk.
The Fnrmlngton Society meets on Friday
mornings at the homo of Mrs. AVIlllam W.
Arnett, of 2116 Pine street. Mrs. Henry Earn
shaw Is chairman of tho circle. Mrs. Arthur
W. Sowall, vice president. Miss Virginia LIp
plncott treasurer and Mrs, Howard Butcher,
Jr., secretary. Tho members Ino'.ude Mrs. Isaac
W. Roberts, Mrs. John Kearsley Mitchell, Miss
Eleanor S. Gamble, Miss Frances W, Gamble,
Mrs. Louis R. Lemolne, Miss Henrietta Ely,
Miss Lucia A. Warden, Miss Mary Thompson,
Mrs. Henry B. Thompson, Mrs. Walter L.
Foulke, Mrs. Edwin N. Benson. Mrs. John
Strawbrldgo, Mrs. Francis M. Brooke and Miss
A class organized by Mrs. William W. Porter,
of 1804 South Rlttenhouse square, to discuss
current events, also met this morning. Tho
members Include Mrs. Samuel K. Reeves, Mrs.
de Forrest Wlllard, Mrs. T. Hudson Rich, Mrs.
William M. McCawley, Mrs. Matthew Semple,
MIbs Helen Semple, Mrs. John W. Townsend.
Mrs. Richard Norrls, Mrs. John Norrls, Mrs.
Wllllom J. Clothier, Mrs. William B. Church
man, Mrs. Robert N. AVIIllnms, Miss Louisa
Rodgers, Miss Alice Smith, Miss Mary Schott,
Mrs. AVIlllam E. Littleton and Miss Harriet
Those who will take part in tho play which
tho senior class of the High School will give
March 6 In the Twentieth Century Club nre
Miss Mary Gallagher, Miss Mary Wilkinson,
Miss Ruth Cotton, Miss Mary Zelgler, Miss Mar
garet Willis. Miss Mary Galbratth, Miss Har
riet Grelner, Miss Olive AVhltehorn, Miss Laura
Willis, Miss Caroline Vetkoskoy, Miss Myrtlo
Craig, Mlsa Agnes Hoffman, Mls3 Helen Reld,
MJss Isabella Jackson, Miss Miriam Pancoast,
Edward Martin, Richard AVare, Harrison A.
Matslnger, AVIlllam A. Dewnr, Roy S. Lyster,
Havllnnd Wright, AVendell Osborne, Jr., James
F. Breen, Eugene Baker, Frederick H. Lewis
and R. Louis MoLean. The play Is being
coached by Miss Miriam AVhlto Hlnes, of the
English department of the High School.
Mr. and Mrs. John V. Loughney, of La Crosse
avenue, have returned from a visit to Atlantic
Mrs. William Worrell, of 62 East Greenwood
avenue, will entertain the Mothers In Council
at her home this afternoon. Addresses will be
made by Mrs. Isaao II. Rhoada and Mrs. Nel
son O. Lyster.
Miss Margaret Underbill, of Owen avenue, has
as her guest Miss Arena Hubbard, of Atlantic
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MRS. CHRISTOPHER WETHERILL
Mrs. WetheriU is one pf this city's most
popular hostesses. She entertained at
luncheon recently in honor of hr
d&uskter, Ulm Virginia Wethriit
A NNOUNCEMENT In made of the marriage of
jCXMIss Frances Amnnda Palmer, of AVIlmlng
ton, nnd Herbert Alleh alenn, of this city, which
took plnco Wednesday night nt 7 o'clock nt tho
homo of tlio brldo's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
AVIlllam E. Linton, 2120 AVnshlngton street,
AVllmlngton. Tho ceremony was performed by
the Rev. F, F, Carpenter, pastor of Brandy
wine Methodist Episcopal Church. Miss Pal
mer was given In marrlago by her father, and
she was attended by Miss Arietta Phillips as
bridesmaid. The best man was AVIlllam E.
Hewcs. About 100 guests were present, many
of whom were from Philadelphia. The bride
was charmingly gowned In white satin char
meuso with trimmings of rose point lace and
pearls, and she carried a bouquet of bride
roses nnd lilies of the volley. A reception fol
lowed the ceremony. After n wedding trip, Mr.
and Mrs. Glenn will bo at homo after April 15
at 1430 North C8th street, Philadelphia,
An Interesting wedding took place yesterda)
In tho Lohlgh Baptist Church, Lehigh avenue
Mrs. Peter Dally, of Los Angeles, Cal., wife
of tho ccntreflolder of tho New York American
bnsoball team, will arrive In this city next
week to remain hero during tho baseball sea
son. While In Philadelphia sho will be tho
guest of Mrs. Jack Lapp, of 2319 Lehigh ave
nuo. Mrs, Harry Bartle, of 1727 North 17th street,
gave n farewell luncheon and bridge In honor
of her sister, Mrs. Clarence AVebster, who will
return to her homo In Buffalo, N. Y., today,
nfter a visit of six weeks. Among those present
were Mrs. AVIlllam B. Ogram, Mrs. Frank Conly,
Miss Frances Ogram, Miss Cecil Riley and Mrs.
Alfred AVnlker. of Covington, Is visiting nt
the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. AVIlllam
AValkor, of 1620 French street.
Tho working stnff of the Court Aid Society
gaVo a tea yesterday afternoon to Miss Mnry H.
Gillette, who will soon take charge of tho
Travelers' Aid Society In this city. Tho tea
was held In the headquarters of the Court Aid
Society, 1707 Summer otreot.
After March 1 Bliss Gillette will take active
charge of tho Travelers' Aid, and will re
organize that society, making It a national or
ganization. Miss Bertha L. Freeman will take
Miss Gillette's placo In tho court work.
Miss Anno E. Jones, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel L. Jones, of 202G West Atlantla
street, nnd Henry E. Romlg, of the same ad
dress, will bo married Saturday afternoon, Fob
ruary 27, at 4 o'clock, at the Union Methodist
Eplscopnl Church, 20th and Diamond streets.
Tho ceremony will bo performed by tho pastor,
the Rev. Dr. George AVllson, In the presence of
tho Immediate family of the bride.
After a honeymoon in the South the couple
will llvo at Ontario and Bouvler streets.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob De Wolfe will celebrate
their noth wedding anniversary on Sunday aft
ernoon, February 28, and will bo pleased to see
their friends at their residence, 2616 North 18th
street, from 3 to 0 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. De AVolfe's children are Mr.
and Mrs. Chapman De AVolfe. of San Fran
cisco; Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. De AVolfe, of
New Orleans; Mr. and Mrs, Mitchell Do AVolfe,
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Do Wolfo, Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Do AVolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Simpson Hoff
man, Miss Sally De AA'olfe and Sophye De
AVolfe. Their grand children, Joseph Hoffman,
Frances Beatrice and Estelle D. AVolfe, will
help celebrate the golden anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Do AVolfe were born in England
but came to America as children. Mr. De Wolfe
Is 75 years of age, and Mrs. Do Wolfe Is 70.
They were married In. Philadelphia.
Mr. De AVolfo was formerly a prominent
clothing merchant of AVllmlngton, Del., and
has been retired for many years.
A delightfully appointed luncheon of 12 covers
wao given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Charles
H. Ringgold nt her home, 2011 North Broad
street Jonquils and pussywillows formed the
The guests were Mrs. Edward B, Ryan, Mrs.
Charles II. Mullen, Mrs. James II. Pickett,' Mrs.
Frederick G. Sutton, Kirs. James Lennon, Mrs.
J. R. McDowell, Miss Emma Hehl, Miss Mary
Hehl, Miss Christine Hehl, Miss Sara Kolb and
Miss Emma Kolb.
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and 12th street, when Miss Alice 8chneMef,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Sohnelder,
of 101S West Erie avenue, -was wedded to C, lL
Frankenfleld, of 2912 North 12th street. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr, David
Spencer, pastor of tho church. Tho bride wa
given In marriage by her father. Miss Julia
Schneider, a sister, was maid of honor. Mr,
Frankenfleld was attended by Walter It,
Yoager as best man, ushers being Frederick
Reuter and Abraham Haokman. A dinner
followed the reception at the home of the
bride's parents, and after a wedding trip to
tho coast resorts of Florida Mr. and Mrs.
Frankenfleld will be at horns after April 1 at
915 Butler street
The marriage of Miss Ida Berger, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William Berger, of 23$ Queen
lane, Germantown, to Ralph A. Goodwin, of
929 Clinton street, took place quietly at noon
yesterday In Germantown.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Goodwin, will bo at horrie after
May IE at C302 Chew street, Gormantown.
Corqner William It. Knight, Jr., will enter.
tain at dlnnor at tho United Itepubllcan Club,
Frankford and Allegheny avenues, tomorrow.
Tho dinner will bo an ctaborato one nnd tho
banqueting room will be tastefully decorntod.
A vaudevlllo show will bo stagod during dinner.
Mrs. Henry M. Dubbs entertained nt luncheon
and cards nt her home, 3317 North Sth street,
'Wednesday afternoon. Those present were Mrs.
DIkbIc, Mrs. Charles DImon, Mrs, Albert Beld
ler, of Wenonah, N. J,; Mrs. Frank Rice, Mrs.
Wlnflcld Applcton nnd Miss Luclllo Dlggle.
Tho members of tho Phil Kearney Social hold
their first annual banquet at tho Washington
Hotel, Germantown avenue and Dauphin street,
A delightful surprise party was given to Miss
Ethel Blackburn at her homo In East Tork
street, which was attended by CO guests. The
St. John's Quintette entertained tho guests with
a number of vocal selections. Tho following
were present: Mr. nnd Mrs. Dlackburn, Mr,
and Mrs. Klnkley, Mr. and Mrs. Morris, Louis
Schaefor, Ferdinand Schaefer, Bruce MncFor
lane, Mies Elsie Burgess, the Mls3es Torrance,
of Catasauqua; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Roy
Boyer, Frederick Christine, Miss Etta Clay,
Miss Nettle Knox, Miss Gertrudo Knox, Mlsa
Ellen Stewart, Miss Graco Klnkley, Miss Bess
Klnkley, William Reckcrts, of Merchantvllle,
N,. J,; George Braum, Daniel Pierce, Walter
Surut, Harry Spellbrlnk, William Beti, Harry
Barbln, John Bums and Mrs. Katherlna
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