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EVENING EEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL' 24, 1915;
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THAT rupiil ttll reign durltti? thp coming
ttk among soHetv folk nf tills city Is a
ono rnmlulon. na seldom have it short
0 day been f"i full "f fu'hlonable weddlnga.
On Mnnda wl" ,10 t,uU ot s,ls9 I'llfin Jn'iuoll
etlle'rs. ilimtlit" "r Mr' nnd'Mrfl. Edwin JniUelt
Kellers, and Mr Rlehard C McCall, nnd Tuesday
Miss 'Artrh''ln Wllhcrfnrcp Collin. daughter
f Mr nnd J,r' '"'arpnee W. Collin, nf Client
'tit Hill nil become '" brldo nf Mr. Alfred
'oth" Tued" happening will include (i tea
lo be gi"1" ,n Mrs- "olllalrr SlufEca, of St.
Martin's, Chestnut Itlll, In honor of Mrs. Paul
Cramp'"". v,,n W,M ,6avp shorllJ' for ttnninnd.
TuM,lnv o-ninir Mr and Mr. Edward Brown
Inr, of !K Hnutli Kith ntrcet, will glvo n dlnner
iin'ce In th" Philadelphia Country Club I'll llnnnr
j jtS, ippz luiiylnn, daughter nf Mr. J. H.
Kvann Rnhrrts, nnd Mr. William Warden Ho
tM. who1 marriage to Miss Angola doC. R.
Forney win ,,llin 1'lnro on Thursday, will en
tertaln Ms brut mn nml ushers at dinner at
the Radnor Hunt Cluli
The most important affair on Wptlnesday will
it the wedding of Mlsa Cordelia Riddle, dobu-'
Jinte daughter of Mr. nml Mrs. Anthony .J.
Drcxel Diddle, to Mr Angler Buchanan Duko,
ion of Mr 'in'1 J,rB Ucnjamln fuho, of Now
Tork After tho reception a dinner tinner for
the bridal p.utv will bo Given by Mr. rind Mra.
Henry Brlnlon Coo at their country placo at
Penllyn- Tho marrlago of Mlsa Frances D.
Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Daniel E.
Fisher, of '""' East Hortter street, to Mr. Jo
teph C Hewlcrron, .Tr.. son of Mr. and Mra.
Joseph Henderson, of Wlssihlckon, will take
place on Wednesday, ulso, In tho homo of tho
bride, nml Miss Trances L. Springer, daughter
of Dr. and Mr Francis L. Springer, of Now-
port, It ! will become tho brldo of Mr. John
Brynberg Morrow. That evening Mr. anil Mis.
', Henry S Gror will give a small dinner In their
home, !3S Tiilpehorkrn streot.
p On Thursday nt noon tho wedding of Mlsri
Angela il'C. H Corncy, daughter of Urlgadler
General James Forney, U. S. A., anil Mrs. For
nv. to Mr William W. IJodlno. v.'.l bo snlonm-
f Ijed In the riuirch of the Holy Trinity.
Miss Maiy Ullzabeih Wilbur, daughter of Mr.
nd Mrs Willi. im Nelson Wilbur, will bo mnr-
f rled to Mr. Arthur Mowhrny rtnndolph Clinr-
rlnston, of Wnrrenton, Va., in old St. Dnvlil'n
r-Church, Iladnor, and tho inarrlago of Mlsa
'.'Manor Ccdlla Thoniponn, daughter of Mr, and
Ailtrs. Charles Trotter Thompson, of 211fi Spruco
it(trect, to Mr T. Williams Itoherts, ot Ilala,
Kill DP MI,'llllll,'ll 111 ill. Uillllf'A I I"lC5l(lllt
In St. Murk's Protestant Hplscopal Church, at
noon, the wnhllng ot Miss Kathailno llockloy
Waleh. elaiichtcr nf Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson
K Hookley Walsh, to Ueutennnt Cdwnrd Ostor-
man, V S A C. will bo snlPmnUcd, nnd In
St Andrew's Churrh, South Orange, tho nior
rlate of Mis.s Mary Newbold Jnnvlor, daughter
i.'Of Mrs Frederick Herbert Janvier, and .Mr. J.
v-P. I!eniilds Scott, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. John
kjScptt, Jr., of the Gladstone, will tnko place.
? -Mr. nnd Mrs Ceorgn W. R, Droxel will cn-
& lertaln ot dinner In their home, "Woottcn,"
Mrs. William n Churchman, of 33.T South 21st
street, -v ill entertnln nt luncheon on Friday In
honor of Mrs W. Haynrd Van Rensselaer, of
Albany N Y. who will bo tho guest of Mr.
snd Mrs Alexander Van Itenssolner for tho
Thero will he a Silver Dav meetmir In tho
..Acorn Club on that day. Addresses will ho
nauo in,. iicv. juriur ' jeuerys aim tno
liev. Johnson now,
.In tho evening Mrs. Chmles Stewart AVurts'
dincing rlass will hold Its flnnl meellnir of thn
ft ieason In Asher's. and Miss Mary K. Gibson, of
rllabrook, Wynnnwontl, will glvo a lereptlon
to meet Mndnine Alnt Malmberg, who ivlll
speak on "Woman Suffrage In Finland."
b Saturday, tho first doy of May, will herald
the first of tho spring musicals and tens to bo
jt!vcn In the Merlon Cricket Club.
'.';In the evening a danco will bo given by Mr.
,nd Mrs c. Wendell Woodward In the Clinton
rln honor of their niece. Miss Mary Xorils Cer
' tonl, one of tho debutantes ot tho coming
The Indoor Horso Show, which has been so
aiccffsful this week, will continue thl3 nfter-
oon ana evehlng.
The engagement Is announced of Miss A.
Beatrice Geyelln. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ellenry Laussat Geyelln nnd Mr. William R.
MrS. John Frlt.vllrt nninrtnl,iA,1 fit lllntthanri
Sf the RllZ-Cnrltnn I'lefnclni nftA.nnnii !
lowed by a matinee theatre, party.
E? . s- ui till! t-MiMi rliifthi? tlin rnmlMrf
MISS ANNE ASHTON
Center of Dr. and Mra. Thomas G. Ashton, who is an ardent little horsewoman.
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ALONO THE MAIN LINE
MCmos Mr. nnd Mis Itonry Chapman
Thompson and their debutnnte daughter, Mlsi
Alleo Chapman Thnr,isnn, who rpent the win
ter at tho Rolgrnvln, will mum to thHr homo
mi South lllghlaml nvenue next veek
Mr. and Mrs James S Cliamberlln and fam
ily, of Herkley rotd, will leavo today for New
Itampililre, hero they will inn no their future
KVNttYit-Mr. and Mr Henry Storey F.ber
hach, nf Colwyn mad, will glvo a delightful
dnnco tonight for their tliushter, Mls Anna
Getz Ulierlwtcli. The dining room table will
be attrartively decorated with dnlntv whlto
feathery plum blossoms nnd yellow dnffoillts.
while the tandlctleks v, be shaded In yellow
Tho guests, wlm will be from tho school sot,
will Include Miss Minnie Hoxamer, MIbs Mar
tha Antlorsoii, Miss Mary Faust, Mlsa MIHlicd
Hnor. Ml m Dorothy Utirn. Miss Josephine Doerr,
Mlsa Etlltli Ayrca, Miss lillth Woodrow. Mr.
Harold L,nmor, Mr. rlcorgo Htibur, Mr. Alex
ander Stevens nnd Mr. lliittcrtvorlu.
Mr. and Mrs. George V. Ward will leave
Tuesday for a week's visit to New York.
oVLitnnooK Arrangements aro being made
for a vaudeville show to bo given at tho Over
brook Golf Club on Wcdnenday, May 28. Mr.
Philip Castncr In chairman of tho Hntcrtnln
Tho Rov, Clinrles J. Wndmvorth nml Mrs.
Wndswoith, of 5S54 Ovcrbrook nonue, will closo
their houso early In Juno nnd go to their sum
mer homo nt Magnolia, Mns3., whcio they will
bo Joined by their daughter, Mlsa Irabolhi
Watlsworth, and son, Chorleu J. Wnd.iwoith,
"d, nt thn rloso of u'liool.
llAt.A Mr. nnd Mis. Arthur Cllllla nro spend
luc several weeks with Mr. Glllls' parents, Mr.
nnd MrB. William Glllls, of Union nvenuo.
Mr. and Mis Clinilos T. Taylor, of West
Mermaid lane, will have as their guest over
tho week-end Mr Hugh Moran, who is Inter
national Secietnry of tho Young Men's Chris
tian Association stationed In China. Mr. Moran,
who 13 a graduate nf oxford University, X3ng
lnnd, will speak today nt 11 o'clock at tho
Girls' Conference, which Is being held nil day
In tho now beautiful Young Women's Chris
tian Association building, on Germantown avn
nuo near Vernon 1'arl:
Mrs. William W. Adams, Jr., of Xnvohoo
nvenuo nml Mermaid lane, will entertnln nt
.brldgo on Thursday and Friday afternoons of
next week In honor of her sister, Mrs. II. Allen,
Mr. nnd Mrs. U. RIttcnhouso Miller were en
tertained nt dinner Inst night at tho Hunting
don Valley Country Club by Dr. and Mrs.
James Wood. They afterward nltcnded tho
. lub dance.
Dr. and Mrs. Josuph II. Bryan, of -1200 Chest
nut street, announce tho engagement nt their
daughter, Miss Isnhello Ancora llryan, to Mr.
I In licit do la Rocho Wlegand, of thin city.
Mr. and Mrs. ltobeit T. Hlcknell, of Cliostnut
Hill, will entertain at dinner this evening In
honor of Miss Rrynn and Mr. Wlegand.
Mrs. Edward S. Stackliouse, Mrs. Harry Mat
thew Titus, Mra. Howard A. Minor nnd Mrs.
1). Clinton Guthrlo will entertain nt luncheon
at tho Marlyu on Monday afternoon, nfterward
taking their guests to tho card party nt tho
I'hllomuslan Club, ni ranged by Mis. Halbert
Pnweis Glllotto for tho bcnoilt of tho reserve
fund of tho Mntlneo .Musical Club, nf which they
nro members. Tho tablo decorations will con
sist of spring flowers In yellow, pink, lavender
Tho guests will Includo Mrs. Stephen O. Urle,
Mrs. Charles Mayer, Mrs. Charles Shoemaker,
Mrs. J. Klmea Davis. Mrs. Townsend, Mrs.
Rowen, Mrs. T. Paulson Ralley, Mrs. Albert
P. Clime, .Mrs. George C. J. Fleck, Mrs. Mere
dith, Mrs. Lavprty, Mrs. Thomas .1. Kcnnon.
Mrs. Word, of Newark; Mrs. Hicks, Mrs. Rich
ard Nclms, Mia. Leonard V. Goebbels, Mrs.
John Frltsoho, Mrs Addison A. Christian, Mrs.
W. F. Ruff, Mrs Tello J. D' Apery, Mrs. James
U aiass, Mrs. J. S. W. Holton. Mrs. Howard
Parke. Mrs. Frank Rlchnrds, Mrs. G. Walter
Whltciunn, Mrs, C. H. I.ongworth, Mrs. Ed
ward Krtigcr. Mrs. J. Iiertram Hervey, Mrs.
Howard McCnulloy nnd Mrs. Clarence Rartlett.
Mr. r.nd Xrs. Harold V. McAneny, of 4SM
Raltlmoro nvenue, aro receiving congratulations
upon tho blith of a son on April M. The littlo
boy will bo iinmril Harold V. McAneny, Jr.
AIRS. WALTER W. HOPKINSON fhoto by Marreau
whose mnrrinRc took place torlny. Mrs. Ilopkinson is the ilmiphtcr of Jlr. nntl
Mrs. Clinton HoRors Woodruff, of this city.
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IN SPITE nf the uuim uenthcr, tho Inst opera
of the season brought ono of the most
brilliant houses of the whole year. And as
usual the grand tlor was a kaleidoscopic bit of
Ono ot the most striking gowns vorn was that
ot Mrs. Georgo Willing. It was fashioned of
bright greon dumnsseo chiffon velvet nml was
relieved at tho neck with white lace and tulle,
whllo tho tiny sleeves ucro made of tullo also.
The skirt was nulto full nnd was llnlsliPil with
Mrs. Georgo Qulutard Horwlts selected n
ptunnlng gown of black sequins and tulle. Tho
skirt ns rnther short and inndo very full nnd
tho sleeves nnd upper pnit of tho bodlco woro
formed of bands of tho Jet.
A dainty frock of palest bluo taffeta was
worn by Miss Hopo Truxtun Ueale. It was
short walstcd and the full skirt was edged with
doublo pinked i utiles. Tiny roses wero used
on the corsage.
Mrs. Thomas Ridgway, who was In the Rtotes
bury box, also was gowned In white. Tho lines
woro rather plain, which stylo so welt suits Mrs,
Rldgway'n greot beauty.
At tho Army and Navy Relief dance nt Man
holm on Tuesday evening Fomo particularly
Miss Helen D. Mnslnnd, of 1G Enst Clapler
street, will leave shortly for Now York, whero
she will bo tho guest of her sister. Mlsa Eliza
beth Masland, for nbout two months.
Miss Miriam Ennls, of Lambertvllle, N. J..
Is tho guest of Mrs. Albert H. Doorlng, ot C027
Mlts Helen V. Kcefe, of 6531 Mot ton street. Is
spending tho week In Atlantic City.
Mrs. Henry William Monde, ot 419 West
Hortter street, will glvo n children' party
this afternoon In honor of tho birthday
of her daughter, Miss Hetty Monde. Among
thoso present will bo Miss Ruth Meycis, Miss
Eleanor Mende, Miss Eleanor RItter. Miss Flor
ence Hlackburn, -Miss Evelyn Iilackhurn. .Miss
Celesta Hlackbuin, Mlsa Uotty I.nttn, Miss
Peggy Latta, Miss Mildred Wngnor. Miss Kath
leen Goodman, Miss Ethel Martin, Miss Rltii
Welnrleh, MUs Mildred Welnrlch, Miss Eleanor
Kctohnm, Miss Mabel Issuer, Master Robert
Rlackburn Hall, Master John l-oughrnti. Master
Richard Martin, Master Arthur Salti3, Master
Teddy Rottner. Mnster Harlan Goldberg, Mas
ter Alfred Brncher, Jr. The decorations will
bo pink and white.
Gilbert nnd Sullivan's famous opera, "The.
Mikado," will bo produced by tho Wakefield
Young Men's Club nt Association Hall this
evening. Tho cast will bo as follows:
The Mikado Benjamin Gesslcmnu
NanUI-Poo Herbert P. Roylo
Ko-Ko G, H, Moloney
roo.Rah Dr. A. F. Steele
Plsli-Tush John ".. Hinds
Yum -Yum Miss Ethel Methammcr
Plttl'SInc Miss Edna Cloeckner
Peep-Bo , Miss Magdalena Robinson
Katlsha ,,,.MIss Josephina Blake Rock
An attractive danco will bo given tonight In
the Germantown Boys' Club auditorium by a
dancing class made up of young married peo
ple which has been meeting thero on alternate
Saturday evenings during tho winter. Tho
proceeds will be used to secure n trained
teacher, who will be In full charge of the sum
mer playground which adjoins tho clubhouse.
Little girls, as well as littlo boys, have spent
many happy hours here, and thero are rumors
to tho effect that ono good woman in German
town Is planning to raise money to erect a
clubhouse for little girls, to bo run on the same
plans as that for the boys.
Among those who will attend the dance to
night are Mr. and Mrs. George M. Gormley,
Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft Mellor, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Tllllnghast, Miss Elsie, Tllllnghast, Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Eberbach, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bremer, Mr.
and Mrs. Sttef, Mr. Wallace "Webster. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Albert Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. John Will
lams, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. R. Winston, Mr and
Mrs. Frederick Wolstenholm, Mr. and Mrs. Hor
ace M. SIner, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walling, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Charlton, Mr. and Mrs. James
Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rumsey, Bayard
Butler, William Thompson. George Haas, Mlsa
Charlotte Brooke, Mr. George Brooke, Miss
Alice Spencer. There will be a palm garden,
where light refreshments will b served by
Miss Freda GlllMpie, MUs Gwendolyn Gray
and Mils Margaret Mellor. also Mr Thomas
Wolstenholm. Mr Pavld Beard, Mr. Branson
(Edmund and Mr. John il Taw,
beautiful spilng dnnce frocks wero worn, among
thorn n white satin gown worn by Mrs. Harry
K. Cortrlght. nf Chestnut Hill. Tho skirt won
mado full and the hotfho, almost entlioly nf
'.vhl to chirfon. who slieveless nnd hnd u glrdlo
of black velvet Ulntk slippers completed this
effective costume and n illnmond necklace nnd
hair combs added a toiKh of elognnco.
Mrs. Chin rlilll William woie n charming cic
ntlon of two-toned taffeta In gold nnd green.
Tho skirt was mndo very full and scnllopod
nrnund tho edge. Chiffon tho satno shade was
used on thp bodico nnd formed thn flowing
Another dainty frock worn by Mrs. J.
Nelson I'uiviunce. It consisted nf palo peach
pink taffeta mndo wltir'tho conventional full
skirt, which stvlo la particularly becoming to
tho wenror. Tho bodice, which was mado of
soft lace, was sleeveless.
Mrs. Alexander W. Wlster, Jr., also woro pink
taffeta, which was inndo In a girlish fashion.
Perhaps the hundsomcM gown wnB worn by
Miss Julia Laview, which was entirely nf sil
ver clol'i stamped with a dull bluo figure. Dull
bluo net was used over tho shouldors and wldo
silver laco formed a glrdlo. Exquisite pink rose
buds caught up the skirt at ono side.
Mr. Anthony P. Morris is visiting Captain
Alexander S. Williams. U. S. M. C , nnd Mrs.
Williams nnd his mother, Mrs. Emma T. Mor
ris, nt their homo In tho C.Irntd Estnto, 2322
South 21st street. Mr. Morris will spend nbout
a month visiting relatives In this city and
New York and then ho will sail for Barcelona,
Spain, whero ho has spent tho last threo yoar3.
Dr. nnd Mrs. James McO. Hlncken will en
tertain tho members of their plnochlo club thin
evening at their homo In tho Girnrd Estate,
Colorado and Porter streets This will bo the
last meeting of tho club for tills frenson, nnd
an nttrnctlvo supper will follow tho gnmo. Tho
guests will Include Mr. nnd Mrs. William Mohr,
Mr. nnd Mis. George MuellPr, .Mr. nnd .Mrs.
Edgar Plerton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo A.
Hlncken, Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo W. Hlncken,
Miss Janet Pile, Mr. Charles Mohr, Mr. John
Nleknlg nnd Mr. jnmes nilllgnn.
Miss Mnrguerlto Hubloy, of 3C31 South Broad
street, entertained nt "S00" on Thursday after
noon. Among thoso present wero Miss Elsio
Michael, .Miss Ethel Suetzline, Miss Ethel
Qulmi, Miss Frances Kllnges, Mis Ethel
Clarke, Miss ncsslo Mathews, Miss l.llllo Mor
rison, Mls3 Vera Brlnkworth, Miss Sara
Hlncken, Miss llcatilco .Meyers, Miss Grnco
Meyers, Miss Florence Gntshell, Miss Loulso
"Philippine Night" was celebrated Thursday
flvoning nt 1753 North Broad street by Major
William McKlnley Camp, No. 10, United Span
isli War Veterans. Ono of tho interesting feat
uics of the occasion was tho exhibition of tho
Chaplain Henry McCook collection of Spanish
nnd Philippine relics, loaned for tho evening.
An enunlly Interesting part of the program
was tho work of tho team of tho Military Order
of the Serpent, which demonstrated some nt
tho Insldo work of tho Philllplno rebels' secret
society of tho Kntlpunan. The orders present
wero tho Veterans of tho Sth Army Corps. local
Veterans of tho Foreign Service, and tho Army
nnd Navy Union.
The chairman of the evening wns Mr. John
Halfpenny. Tho main speakers wero Deputy
Adjutant of Pennsylvania Mr. William Rhi
and Deputy Instructor of Pennsylvania
A humorous lecture was given last night, en
titled "Getting There." by the Rev. Forrest E.
Dnger In tho Messiah Lutheran Church, under
the auspices of the Schuylkill branch, Phila
delphia Christian Endeavor Union, for the bene,
lit of the building fund.
Miss Mary Campbell Parsons, of 307 North
6th street, Is visiting friends in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamos Htndle, of HS6 Mana
yunk avenue, will give a dinner tonight for
Misa Rebecca Cassatt nnd Mr. John Howe.
Spring flowers and maiden hair ferns will be
used In the decorations.
Mrs. Charles Gerhardt, of Lyceum avenue,
was hostess at the April meeting ot the Pas
tor's Aid Society of the Roxborough Baptist
Church. Mrs. Nathan L. Jones, the president,
and Miss Emma Cooper made Interesting; ad
dresses, and there was an infer rail program
J musical selection
The most important wedding ot tna weefc
took place nt th liplseapal Cliureh ef St.
I.uko and tho Epiphany, ISlh street near 1'inc,
at noon today, when .Mlsa Loulso ltlnko Bfock,
dn lighter of Mr. and Mr. John W. Hroek, be
'imp thn bride of Mr. Francis A. Lewis, Jr.
Miss Gertrude P Hpcksclier was maid of
Imnm and the bildesmnld wpro Miss Ella
Hwik Mlsa.JJllen Mnry Cassatt, Mies PihtclUa
M HnhiPii. Mlsa Marian Taylor, Mls nimabelh
W. Iteniy, Miss Mnry M. Mitchell, Miss Mnry
C Moirls, Miss Helen Leigh Hunt, New York.
Mr. Richard T. Nalln was best man. Tho
tiBheis included Mr. Walter S. Logan, Now
Yoilt, Mr. lioiiRlau Campbell, Detroit; Mr,
George L. Harrison, Washington, Mr. Rad
cllffp Cheston, Jr. Mr. N'nrmiin H. Hiock, Mr.
V. Scott Landreth, Jr., Mr. Benjamin C. Tllgli
man, Mr. Edgar R Howard, Mr. William W
I'hlllpr, Mr. W. D. ftnhier, Jr., Boston.
Tho ceremony, which was performed by tho
Rsv. David Steele, was followed by n recep
tion at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mr. Urock, HIT
An important wedding whlrh took place to
day nt naon was that of Miss Anna Florence
Woodruff, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Clinton
Roger Woodruff, to Mr. Walter Waring Hop
Vinson. The icromony was performed In St,
Clement's Church by the rector.
Tho entlro vested choir of tho church, con
sisting of 40 malo voices, sang tho proces
sional and recessional hymns nnd tho nnthoma.
Tho lnlde, who was given In marrlngo by
her father, looked radiant In a gown of soft
wiilta nntln veiled In lace. From tho tdiouUlera
felt a long court train ot satin covered with
Brussels Point. It was caught with orangn
lilossomn and held to tho head by a nnirow
bnnil nf pearl. A shower bouquet of gardenias
and lllnrs w.is carried.
.Miss Florence G. White, the nvtld of honor,
wn gowned In silver cloth veiled In soft pink
net nnd wore a plcturosquo hat of pink silk
and net. Mies White carried a small round
bouquet of old-fnshlonpd pink posies.
Tho brtdpsmalds wero Miss Gabrlolla Hlddlo
Unpklnson. Ml Etlznbpth Grler Hlbben, Mlsa
Francos U. Rowland and Mr. John .Conaway
Megargee They wore quaint frocks of pink
taffeta draped with pink net and hats of pink
silk and net, the crowns of which were of
blnck velvet. Tiny old-fashioned posies woio
Mr. Oliver Ilopkinson Hnlid acted ns best
man and tho usher were Mr. Henry Boiler
Poncoast, Mr. M. Vernon Cnates, Mr. Edward
Oshorne Co.ites, Mr William Bradford, Mr.
John J. Sulllvnn and Dr. Dnuglan MacFnrlan.
Immediately following tho ceremony n re
ception was hold at tho homo of tho brldo's
parents, 221D Spruco street. Mr. nnd Mrs, Ilop
kinson nfter a wedding trip will bo at homo at
Tho Wnynewood, Wayno, nfter Juno.
A marrlngo of nnuli Inteiest to the social
world of this city Is that of Miss Grace Mnr
colla Plirpn. daughter of Mr. and Mr3. Goorgo
Mason Phren, of 11G East 03d street. New York,
and Mr. Eugeno Dutilh Smith, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edpiund Dutilh Smith, of this city nml
Now Ynrk, which will bo solemnized In tho
Church nf the Heavenly Re3t.
Miss Phren will bo attended by her olstors.
Miss Lillian Phren nnd Miss Constnnco Phren.
as maids of honor. She will bo given In mar
riage by her father Mr. Smith will have as
best man. Mr. Baclio McE. Whltlock, and tho
ushers will bo Mr. Robeit S. Potter, of this city;
Mr. Herbert Wheeler and Mr. J. Roderick Bu
chanan, brothei s-ln-law of tho bridegroom, nnd
Mr William M. Almy, Mr. Herman Lo Roy
Emmet, Mr. Bayard Tuckeim.in, Mr Dweea
W. Dllwoith uml Mr Gulllenim ri. Whltehouse.
all of Now York. A small leception at tho
Hotel Gotham for the families nnd a few Inti
mate frlonds will follow the ceromon'y.
Announcement Is mado of tho marrlngo of
Miss .Minnlo ll. Taylor nnd Mr. II. Earl Gray
on Wednesday owning, April 21. Tho ceremony
was performed In tho homo of the brldo, 301
Pusey nvenuo, Collingdalo, by tho Rov. A.
Atwood Thompson. Only tho Immediate fami
lies Tvero present
On their return from their wedding trip Mr.
and Mrs. Gray will occupy their new home, 231
Pusey nvenue, Collingdalo.
Tho marrlago of Miss Susan Londy nnd Mr.
Andrew Onlbraith took place on Wednesday
afternoon. April 2t. In St. Monica's Churcch.
17th and Rltnor strcots. the Rev. Father Martin
nlllclating. Tho bride wns attended by Miss
Nclllo C Landy ns maid of honor, and tho
best man was Mr. Jnmes Mullln. A reception
followed nt tho liomo of tho bride, 2031 South
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MISS ISABEL WANAMAKIR
DaughtVC Ql Mr. and Mrs. William ZI Wanamalfer.
flltt alrcel, after which the young rouplo left
for ;l Iflp o,N!rSgnra Fall, nnd on their return
Will oeeeupy UiMp home, 2613 South Chadwlck
Tho marriage of Mlm Edna Marsh, daughter
of Mrs. Edward E. Marsh, of 1023 North ISth
Bireot, to Mr. George R Eastburn was solemn
ized at floon today at the home of the brlde'n
mother. Thn ceremony was performed by tho
Rov. Dr. tlonry Martin Medary, pastor of tho
I'rotestant Episcopal Church of tho Advocate,
ISlh and Diamond street. Owing to tho re
cent (loath of tho Itrlile's father, the wedding
was a very qulot one. Mi. and Mr nastburn
upon their return from their wedding journey
will live at fi2l!) North 13th street, v,hcre they
will bp at hnmo on Friday, Juno 11, fiom 4 to
VANDER BUECKEN STEVENSON
A pretty homo wedding wilt tako place at
7 o'clock tonight nt tho residence of Mrs Ed
mund S. Yard, S131 North 18th utreet, when
her granddaughter, MlB Helen Yard Steven
son, will be given In marriage to Mr Francis
N. Vander Bupckcn. The roremnnv will ho
performed by the Rev Dr. John u Wilson,
pnstor of the Union Methodist Eplsrop.il
Church, 20th nnd Diamond stierts. Tho bride
will wear an Empiro gown nf whllo satin mad.o
with a court train nnd trimmed with lare. and
not hnnd-cmbroldcred, with iitdceeent beads.
She will carry a shower bouquot of UIIps of tho
valley. Tho brldo'a sistpr. Miss Ethol Bancroft
Stovenson, will bo maid of honor. MlB3 Frances
Berger, of Boston, Mns , tho niece of tho
bridegroom, will bo (lower girl. Tho service,
will bo followed by a reception. Mr. and Mrs.
Vnndor Buccken will leavo on nn extended
Journey. They will receive' on Wednesdays In
Juno nt 221 East Meade street. Chestnut Hill.",
Tho regular monthly social night of tho
North Kensington Business Men's Association
was held TJiuisday evening nt Gcrmania Hall.
3141 Kensington avenue. Mr. Joseph iredale,
the president of the organization, was in tho
An Informal reception will bo Given lornor
row night by Mr, Elian Brode3ser at his cot
tage In Anglesen, N. J. Thoso to be picsont
nro Mr. William Helns, Mr. Georgo Kohler, Mr
Dominlck Eemis, Mr. August Greonhaus, Mr.
Goorgo Mocleary nnd Mr. William Demott.
Tho occasion will mnrk tho launching of Bro
desser's new motorboat, Gertrude.
Mr. Jack Mauley, widely known In Kensing
ton, hns returned from a two weeks' sojourn
at Atlantic City.
Tho card club of which Mrs. John G. Holmes,
or 1523 West Erie nvenue, and Mrs. A E. Ot
ponheimer. of 2012 North Uroad sticet, aro
members, will be entertained at lum heon and
auction brldgo on Monday by Mis Harry
Baughman at her homo in Wcstville. N J.
Other guests will bo Mrs. W. Griffin. Mrs.
Louts '11 Beitler"."lra. McClatrhey. .Mrs Mar
shall Taylor, Mrs.rJ. A. Mofrott, Mib Horace
Hnll, Mrs. Francis McCutcheon, Mis Clara
Fnunco, Mrs, Henry N. ThiBsell, Mis .1 E,
English, Mrs. Percy Garwood. Mrs. W Nelson
Stem, Mrs. J. M. R. Jermon, Mis Frederick
Vincent. Mrs. Richard Minshall, Mrs Harry
Barton and Mrs. William Lewall.
Mrs. Jano Foster, of Germantown, Is occupy
ing hor now home, 3531 North 2Uh stieet
Tho Rov. Father John Edward McCann. rec
tor of St. Bernard's Church nt Enston. Pa.,
has been on a visit for a few days at his homo
7010 Tulip street. Ho Is chaplain of Brownson
Council, No. 033. Knights of Columbus, and
made n speech nt tho banquet given at Mose-b-ich's
by tho Knlghtu of Columbus recently.
Mrs. William Carroll, of SSU Rhawn street,
will entertain Mlsa Eleanor Long, of Doylea
town, and Mlsa Gcrtrudo MrPoyie, of West
Chester, over tho week-end. This evening
Mr3. Carroll will bo hostess at "500, to bo
given in honor of her guests. Those to be
present nro Mr. and Mrs Charles .Campbell,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Campbell.-Mrs. Gallagher,
Miss Eleanor Gallagher. Mr. Arthur Gallagher.
Mr. Philip Martlfi. 'Mr. Harry Franklin. Mr.
and Mrs. Jnmea Gossncr, Miss Katherino
Parkinson, MIbs Ethel Gossner. Siiss Sarah
Biadey. Miss Florence Bradey, Mr James
Bradey, Miss Slargaret Case, Miss Mary Dow
hall, Miss Anna Altonler, Miss Lillian Galla
gher, Miss O'Donncll. Mrs. Albert Powell, Mr.
Thomas Dowbnll, Mr. James Dowball, Mr Dan
iel O'Donnell. Mr. William Sh'ay, Mr. Andrew
Lafforty, Mrs. Leonard Ott, Mr. Alfred Gray,
Mr. Thomas Clark and Mr. Stanley Brown.