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EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1915;
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AtOEBUTANTIJ of this coming: acaeon who
, will he much entertained will be Miss
Eliza"'" w. uowiib, anugnter or ur. nnd airs.
Korton Downs, of Fonlhooke Farm, Three, Tuns,
jtlss Downs Ifl tho Rrantlilaughter of tho late
jlr. and Mrs. Thomas McKean and n nleco ot
Mr. Thomas McKenn, Mr. Henry Pratt McKean
and Mrs. Benjamin Allen. Her mother was
Mle Phoebe McKean.
Miss Downs will be Introduced at n, tea to be
given by her parents at Fordhooke Farm on
j Camp Inwood, at Whttcface Inn, Lake Placid,
,s n the Adlrondacks, N. V., which has been ra
ta built, has been leased-by Chief Justice White.
5' of the Supreme Court of tho United States, nnd
The Philadelphia Brlarcllff Girls will go on
to Brlarcllff, New York, to hold their nnnuat
meeting with tho New York Brlarcllff Society,
tX Mrs. Dow'b School, on Saturday, May 8.
A meeting will be hold after 1 o'clock lunch
eon, at which reports will be made on tho
" work of tho various Brlarcllff societies. Later
In tho afternoon the girls of tho school will
give an entertainment, and nil those who can
remain over Sunday are invitee to do eo as
the guests of Mrs. Dow.
Mrs. Herbert CasBnrd, formerly of tho Bel
gravta, Is visiting Mrs. O. E. Webb, of Sud
brook Park, Baltimore, Md., where she has been
Dr. and Mrs. Howard Kennedy Hill and fam
ily, of 333 South ISth etroet, will close their
town house this week and movo to their coun
try home, Applcford, Vlllanovo.
The marriage of Mlso Eleanor Moyn. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Moyn, of East
Graver's lane, to Mr. Albert D. Barton, Jr.,
will tako place on Tuesday, June 15, in the
Church of St. Martin's In the Fields.
Miss Mario Loulso Wanamaker. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Wanamaker, of Mlll
roso, Wyncote, attended a dinner nnd 'danco
given by Mro. Clarence Mooro and Mrs. Fran
ces Moore In the- Country Club In Washington,
en Saturday nigh
Miss Marguerlto Stnrr, daughter of Judgo and
Mrs. Lewis Starr, of Woodbury. Is visiting Mrs.
Le Roy Hepburn, of Kutztown, Pa., for. several
days. Mrs. Hepburn will bo remembered as
Miss Lillian Adler.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Browning, of 245 South
Hth street, will give a dinner-dance tonight at
I o'clock in the Philadelphia Country Club In
honor of Miss Inez Drayton, debutante daugh
ter of Mrs. J. B. Evans Roberts.
Mrs. Holllster Sturgcs, of St. Martin's, Chcst-
l ; nut Hill, will give a tea this afternoon In honor
ft tt Mrs. Paul Crompton, who will shortly re
s' , move to England. There will be no receiving
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Mr. E. T. StoieSDUry was rc-iecieu preamcui.
of the Racquet Club nt a meeting a few days
ago. Mr. Francis E. Brewster was made treas
urer and Mr. Randal Morgan chosen aa gov
ernor. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wharton Llpplncott, of
1W Spruce Btreet, will spend the summer aa
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bertram Llppln
cott at their farm, Pino road and Township
!ne, Bethayres, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Marmaduke TUden, Sr., of 822
y Pine street, have closed their town home and
are occupying Elslnoro, the homo of Mr. and
i't lira. George Meade Largs, on Susquehanna
& road, Rydal, for an Indefinite time.
Mlrs Helen Boyd, of Haverford, will entertain
ever tho week-end Miss Rachel Chantler, of
B Pittsburgh. MIS3 Chantler Is now the guest of
Mrs. Morris Dallett at her country place at
Mr. and Mrs. Langhorne Bullitt Dick will oc
cupy a cottage at Cape May after June 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Walnwrlght are now
tLll their country place, Hlghflelds, Ardmore, for
Mlas Stella Allison, who has been spending
the winter In Hazleton, Pa., Is at St. Martin's,
J.i'Chestnut Hill, for a couple of months.
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
MtniON Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Bell have
Si recently moved to Merlon where they have
taken a house on South Latches lane.
Rev, Dr. and Mrs. Odell, who rented the
Thompson house on Highland avenue, this
. lnter, will leave shortly for Troy, N. Y.
JfAVinFonn Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C, Felton,
M Haverford, are entertaining for several days.
?Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Morse Felton, 3d, of Bos-
Jon, Mass. Mrs. Felton will be remembered
fU Miss Ann Nelson, of Boston, Mass.
wr. ana Mrs. Charles Comlev Norrls. Jr.. who
.have been ctiendlne tho winter with Mrs.
Alexander M, Fox, Jr., of 2020 Spruce street,
have returned to their home, In Haverford.
crt- Norrls will ba remembered sb Miss Ethel
The annual meetlmr of the Plant. Flower and
ElTiUt qulld of Haverford, will be held at the
jtfaenee of Mrs. Walter B. Stephenson, or
EVewbury, Haverford, tomorrow, at 3 o'clock, to
'et officers for tho comlnsr year and arrange
s ' tht summer work.
Wra, John II. Tnland. nf McCallum street,
y Winding several weeks with friends la Baltl-
Jlr. CUranr f. n.intnn. nt Pnulter street.
returned from a visit to Boston.
Ur, H. PnniU. TJIrhnW of Plhm rOld. hBS
ihn re-tleetad president of the New Century
M-iuo, Mrs. T.nnln a XToH.im vies ti resident
1 Wr. Thomas White a director,
Elf. Hid "tm Tir-l.. r i. -. eK nlhm rnirl
I! Ha lhlf miast a- ua1 HVM Mill
. P4afc vr B1i
"oth Oler, of Larohmont. N, Y,
,Mra. Morrison D. Wood, of 3028 Mldvale ave-
?' laa returned from n week's visit to her
&'. Mr, Frederick Tench, of White Plains,
iUkt Margaret Law, of Pelham road, h bl
' m utat for several weeks. Mla Elliabeth
Pa of Montclalr. N. 3.
Oermantown Cricket Club. Thero will bo a
cricket match between the members of the club,
starting at 2 o'clock. Tho ladles' clubhouse will
be open and thero will be afternoon tea. Also
an orchestra has been secured for the enter
tainment of tho club members. Dinner will bo
served In the main building, after which tho
members of the club aro Invited to attend tho
ball given by tho governors.
A largo committee dinner will bo hold before
tho danco given by the Board of Governors of
tho Germantown Cricket Club on the evening
of May 1, at 7;15 o'clock.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick M. Gardiner, of
Wlssahtckon avenue, Gormnntown, left yester
day for Annapolis, Md., whero they will be tho
guests of Mrs. La'rz Anderson, of Washington,
D. C, on her houseboat for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Massoy, of 4601 Wayne
avenuo, aro giving their annual shad dinner
nt tho Germantown Cricket Club on Friday
evening, Mny 30, nt 7 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarcnco M. Clark, of Cedron,
Indian Queen lane, leave this week for an In
definite stay In tho South. During their trip
they ulll visit their son, Mr. Franklin Taylor
Clark, In Nashville, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs, Lincoln K. Passmore, of Indian
Queen lane, havo left for an extended trip J
tnrougn tho west, where they will visit tho
expositions and be extensively entertained by
friends In San Francisco.
Miss Judith Marr, of West Tulpehockcn street,
has as her guest, Miss Winifred Repp, of Kan
sas City, Mo. Miss Repp Is spending several
weeks, nnd has been extensively entertained
during her visit. She will return home tho first
week of May.
VA.LONG THE READING
Tho third annual lnterscholastlc track and
field meet will bo held on tho Cheltenham
High School grounds at Elklns Park at 2
o'clock on Saturday, May 1. Twenty-six
schools will bo represented nnd 200 boys will
enter tho contest.
At the Old York Road Country Club tomor
row afternoon there wilt be a knffec klntsch nt
2:30 o'clock. Tho committee In charge Includes
Mrs. E. F. Bacon, Jcnklntown, and Mrtf. Sam
uel Larzclero, also of Jcnklntown.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gilbert, of Red Top,
Rydal, have taken a cottage at Eaglosmere,
whero they will spend tho summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Watt, of 21st and Berks streets,
hnvo moved to their country resldcnco on Ao
comac road, Wyncote, whero they will spend
Miss Elsie P. Smith, of Jcnklntown, will
leavo lato In the spring for tho San Francisco
Exposition. Miss Smith Is very popular among
tho younger set and well known In the Phila
delphia musical circles.
Mr. W. H. Donaldson, of Bocklus avenue,
Ablngton, has left for tho Panama Exposition.
Mrs. Donaldson and the children will spend
the summer at Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Levlck. of White
wood, Ogontz, will leave tho early part of May
for their villa at Ventnor, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stapler, of Ablngton,
have Issued Invitations for tho marriage of
their daughter. Miss Emmn Florenco Stapler,
and Mr. Ellis Rldgeway Llpplncott by tho
Friends' ceremony at their homo May 1.
Mrs. Harry Heist, of 1824 West Tlora street,
was hostess to the members of her "500" club
yeFtcrdav afternoon. Her guests Included Mrs.
Carrie Lentz. Mre. William Helb, Mrs. Henry
Bauer, Mrs. John Snyder, Mrs. Oscar Schmidt,
Mrs. Walter K. Hoyer, Mrs. Franklin Appel,
Mrs. Elmer E. Johnson, Mrs. Harry G. Querns.
Mrs. George Ulrlch and Mrs. Gustavo Scheatzl.
Miss Rcba Wick, of 2lst and Venango streets,
entertained tho following at cards this nfter
noon: Miss Margaret Whiteside, MJss Mary
Miller, Miss Ada Meyers. Miss Blanche White
side, Miss Marjorle White, Miss Mellta Zehen
dcr, Miss Elizabeth Flte. Miss Mildred Seeler,
Mies Helen Evans, Mrs. John E. Flte, Jr., Miss
Helen Shannon, Miss Miriam Hill, Miss Lillian
Williams, Miss Jessie Dleterlch and Miss Ethel
Mae Munn. The game was followed by a buf
Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Goldberg, of 3748 North
Bouvler Btreet, are receiving congratulations on
tho birth of a daughter. Miss Adele Goldberg".
Photo by Marceau.
MISS EDITH BROOKS
who is president; ol the Delta Delta
Sorority, which gave a danca at tho
Rittenhouso last week.
MRS. GEORGE C. J. FLECK Photo by Marceau.
Mrs. Fleck, who lives in Ovorbrook, is a charming hostess nnd entertains quito
often during tho season.
Miss Marian Wlckcrsham, who has been visit
ing In Washington, D. C, for six weeks, has
returned to her homo on Hermit's lane.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy J. Myers havo returned
from the South, whero they spent their honey
moon, nnd nro occupying their new home,
Greystone, Township Lino road. Mrs. Myeis
will bo remembered ns Miss Selene L. James,
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. James C. James, of
Tho first meeting of tho Woman Suftrago
party of the Falls of Schuylkill was held at tho
home of Mrs. John Kelly, 3G6G Mldvale avenue.
Addresses were mado by Mrs. Georgo H. Woben
nmlth, chairman of the 23d Leglslatlvo District,
and Mrs. George A. Plcrsol. Thero wero SO
guer.ts. Mrs. Fromeyer was appointed chair
man of a committee to arrange for future
Mr. and Mrs. James Booth, of Central ave
nue, Fox Chaso. aro receiving congratulations
on the birth of a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hutchinson, of MM North
Water street, spent the week-end at Atlantic
In appreciation of District Superintendent Mr.
John L. Shroy's long nnd efficient services In
tho schools of tho 23d Ward an informal din
ner will bo tcndeicd him at tho John Marshall
School Thursday. The committee In charge in
cludes Mr. John Haslam, Mr. G. Alvln Snook,
Mr. Robert L. Burns and Mr. Walter I.efferts.
Mr. and Mrs. William Walnman. of Frank
ford avenue, will return this week after spend
ing Bomo time at East Stroudsburg.
MAY DAY will bo observed on Saturday at
the Stevens School. Tho exercises will com
mence at 3 o'clock and will consist of a play, en
titled "The Twig of Thorn." Thosa taking part
Nessa Telg, the woman of the house,
Maurya, her neighbor Allco Dlllenbeclc
(Jonah. Ness&'s granddaughter,
t Dorothy B. McBrlde
Aeugus Arann, a young peasant,
Clarice F. Moyer
Alleel, a wandering poet. ...Grace A. Balllnser
Father Brian, tho priest. ..Caroline Y. Crouter
A Fairy Child Jean Knox
Kathleen ) ( Dorothy StefTan
Sheila ' f . . ,,. ) Mary Jonea
Sheamua f Neighbors J Carolina Osborne
Martin ) ( Elizabeth Houston
Tho Gleo Club of the Stevens School
The scene Is laid In the cottage ot Nessa Telg,
near Kylebeg, In County Gnlway, Ireland, In
the year of the great famine,
The first net takes place at twilight, on the
last day of March.
Tho second act, on the first day of winter the
During the second act, the curtain Is lowered
for an Instant to Indicate the lapao of half an
May-pole dancing and crowning of the May
Queen after the performance.
The Jenklntown Choral will hold Its spring
concert on the evening of May 6, at 8 o'clock, In
the Jenklntown Auditorium, York road and
Greenwood avenue. The concert will be under
tho direction of Mlsa Bessie Kllle Slough with
Miss Mary Nock Malpaas, the accompanist of
the Choral Club, The soloist for the evening
will be Hans Klndler with Ellis Clark Ham
mann, accompanist. Han a Klndler! proiram
for the evening- will be;
(a) Aria Pergoleat
(b) Minuet Handel
(cl Gavotte Menu!
Variations Symphonlque ...............Boellmann
(a) Melodle Dvorak
(b) Lieberlald Krieslar
c) Rhapsodle .- ..Poppet
Mr. nnd Mrs. Michael August, ot 1111 South 6th
Btreat, aro receiving congratulations on tho
birth of a son, Allen August, on April 22.
MIS3 Lena Herman, of 413 Reed sticet, will bo
one of this section's attractlvo Juno brides. Sho
will be married to Mr. Morris Orion ltz at Grand
Hall, 4th nnd Wharton streets.
Miss M. Rubcnstono, Bister of Dr. Abrnm S.
Rubcnstone, of 1701 East Moyamcnslng avenue,
and Miss N. Rubinowltz, of 307 South 7th street,
will go to Southern California shortly on a lonj
visit. They will tnko In the Pannma-Paclllc and
tho San Dleso Expositions whllo thero.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Benjamin Kauffman, of 1311
South 5th street, will open their cottago In Choi
sea shortly. They cxpoct to entcrtnln exten
sively during the summer months.
Miss Beatrice Thomas, Miss Helen Alter, Miss
Agnes Qutnn and Miss Madeline Keenah gave
an Informal danco last evening, at the Corloy
Club, 11th and Wolf streets, In aid of tho cuchro
fund. Mrs. Lewis Thomas, of 2403 South Broad
street, chaperoned tho affair.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jackson W. Study, of E2 North
Highland avenue, left New York last Satuiday
for an extended threo weoks' crulso nnd trip to
New Orleans nnd Gulf of Mexico. They will
return nbout tho middles of May.
Tho Beta Theta Club will give a
Us clubrooms on April 30.
Miss Sara Cooke, daughter of Mrs. Harry
Cooke, of 113 Maplewood avenue, has returned
from a visit with friends In Covington, Vo,
The Choral program will be:
Longing y Wtlhelm Berger
Waken, Lords and Ladles Gay,
H. Alexander Matthews
Indian Crndlo Song H. Alexnnder Matthews
Night Song William Clifford Heelman
The Bee , Godard
Dawn Awakening Edward Grieg
Snowdrops , Dorn-Plntte
Pretty Polly Oliver Arthur Somervell
Before the Daybreak , , Nevin
The Gipsies .,,, , Johannes Brahms
This pageant is given by the Vacation Com
mittee and the majority of those who take part
are members of tho Vacation Savings Fund.
The Stevens' School Glee Club concert will
take place at the Y, M. C. A., Main street, on
Friday evenlngr, May 14, at 8:15 o'clock. The
program Is as follows:
1. Chorus Stefanle Gavotte Zlbulka
2. a. "Vousdaneez Marquis" ...Lemalra
b. "The Swan Bonds Eow" .,
a "A Maid Sings Light" MacDowell
Miss Elizabeth McCloskey,
3. a. Chorus "A Serenade" Gounod
b. "My Brown Rose" ..,...,,,. .Galloway
i, a. Violin Souvenir ,, Drdla
b. "Cauzouetta" D'Ambroslo
Miss Gladys Mlnton.
5. Chorus "Carmena" ....Wilson
The Glee Club.
6. a. Solo "The Yellow Hammer",,,, Lehman
b. "The Thrush at Eve". ....,...,..,... Cadman
Mlas Elizabeth McCloskey,
7. a. "Come, Sweet Morning" ,,,.Arr, by A. L.
b. "Three Chestnuts" ,,,,...,.... ...Page
Miss Jean Knox, Miss Caroline Crouter, Miss
Caroline Osborne and the Glee Club.
8. Violin "Danses Tzlgams" ,,, Naches
Mlas Gladys Mlnton.
9. Chorus "Springtime" .....Roeckel
The Glee Club,
Conductor Miss Mary M. N, Stewart.
Accompanists Mlsa Mildred Bachman and
Mr. W, Lane Hofner.
Mr. and Mri. William 8. Vare, of 2233 South
Broad street, entertained a, house party over
.the week-end at their cottage at Atlantic City.
Their guests Included Mr- and Mrs. Thomas
Boyle, Mlis May MorrU, Mr- and Mrs, Albert
Ladner, Mra. Edwin H. Vare, Mlsa Charlotte
Vare, Mlaa Ida Vare, Mlas Beatrice Vare and
Mlas Mildred Vara,
AN ATTRACTIVE wedding was solemnized
. today, when Miss Adelaldo Wllberforce
Collins, daughter of Mr. nnd Mre. Clarence W.
Collins, of 143 Highland avenue, Chestnut Hill,
became tho brldo of Mr. Alfred Miller Watts,
son of Mr. Charles Alfred Watts, of 4065
Spruco street. Tho ceremony was performed
In St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Chestnut Hill,
nt high noon, tho Rov. C. George Currle,
grandfather of tho bridegroom, officiating. Mr.
Currle, It will bo remembered, was roctor nt
ono tlmo of tho Church of St, Luke's and tho
Tho brldo, who nas unattended, was gowned
In nn attractlvo frock of white not, tho skirt
havlns sovcrnl tiers embroidered In pink flow
ers nnd odgod with pipings of blue tnffotn. Her
hat was of lace, tho crown of which was mado
of fancy bluo straw. A wreath of pink flowers
nnd bluo BtreamcrH of satin ribbon formed tho
trimming. Instead of a bouquet sho carried nn
Ivory white prayer book.
Tho bridegroom was nttonded by his father,
Mr. Chnrlcti Alfred Watts, ns best man, nnd
tho ushers were Mr. II. Montgomery Haines
and Mr. John Rnmo Battle.
There was no reception, nnd on their re
turn from their wedding trip Mr. nnd Mrs.
Watts will bo nt home during tho summer
months, nt 12 Summit street. Chestnut Hill.
An attractive wedding will take place to
night when Miss Helen Evans, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Stanley Evans, of tho
Wyncva apartments, will becomo tho brldo of
Mr. Francis Knowles Greer. Tho ceremony will
tako placo In tho Methodist Episcopal Church
of tho Advocate Wayno avonuo nnd Queen
lane, nt 7:30 o'clock, tho Rev. Gladstono Holm
officiating, assisted by tho Rev. Charlos L.
Seasholes. Tho brldo, who will be given In
marrlngo by her father, will wear a gown of
whlto satin and chiffon. Tho skirt will bo made
of nccordlon-plcated chiffon with a pointed
tunic of whlto satin. Chantllly laco will form
tho trimming for tho bodlco nnd the sleeves
will bo entirely of chiffon. Tho tklrt will be
short, but a court trnln will fall from tho
shoulders. A tullo veil will havo tho conven
tional orango blossoms nnd she will carry a
ahowcr bouquet of whlto orchlrds and lilies of
Mrs. J. Augustus Boers, of 0124 Webster
street, gavo a brldnl linen showor, followed by
luncheon and cards, at tho Marlyn. 40th and
Walnut streets, on Saturday, In honor of Miss
Beatrice B. Zellner, whoso marrlago to Mr.
Harry B. Miller will tako place in the fall. Mrs.
Boers and Miss Zellner wero nsslsted In re
ceiving by Miss Bertyo Wlnslow, MIbs Marlon
Murray, Miss Stephanlo Miller nnd Miss Ger
trude Kelly. Tho decorations wero baskets of
tea-roses and yellow daisies. The guests In
cluded Mm. Georgo Derbyshire, Mrs. J. Ber
tram Hervoy, Mrs. Horace McFeltrldge. Mrs.
Walter Custor, Mrs. Percy Neel, Mis. Alborda
Rosenbergcr, Mrs. Mary Bcggs, Mrs. Frank
Wnrner, Mrs. James King, Mrs. Fred Fling,
MrB. Thomas Kcssler, Mrs. Nicholas Lloyd.
Miss Ella Mallon, Miss Mae Bawn, Mlsa Edna
Hottle, Miss Carrlo Wlllard. Miss Beryl Reed,
Miss Dorothea Miller and Mlsn Vera Bailey.
Cards have been bent out by Mrs. Georgo
Derbyshire, of the Buckingham, 4402 Walnut
street, for a luncheon and bridge on Wednes
day, May 5.
Miss Edith Godfrey, of Hamilton Court, cor
ner of 33th and Chestnut streets, will leave the
ond of this week for a visit with friends In
Wnshlngton, D. C.
The annual luncheon of the Anable Alumnae
Association, of Philadelphia, will be held at
the Hamilton Court on Saturday, May 1, nt 1
o'clock. Mra. Eugene K. Plumly, of 1163 South
Broad street, la chairman.
Mrs. Jullano entertained on Sunday after
noon nt her home. 630D Baltimore avenue, to an
nounce the engagement of her daughter. Miss
Marie Jullano, to Mr. Angelo A. Germano, of
1317 Dickinson street. About 40 guests nttended.
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Rogers, of 1400 South
E4th street, entertained the Jolly Eight Pinochle
Club on Saturday night. Spring flowers were
uied In the decorations. Among those present
wore Mr. and Mrs. Theodoro Brecht, Mr. and
Mrs. John Derringer, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest
Newdeck, Mr. John Lee, Miss K. Reeves, Mr.
James Tipping and Miss II. Farley.
A sewing circle meeting of the ladles of the
Fifth Reformed Church, at Cedar and Susque
hanna avenue, will be held tomorrow evening.
Those present will bo Mrs. Luckow, Mrs. C.
Selpe, Mrs. Lelnlnger, Mrs. Bacon, Mrs. Bur
hanna, Mrs. Vogt. Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Rlntz,
Mrs. Lento, Miss Spltzop,, Mrs. Hoffman, Mrs.
Trlndle, Mrs. Barth, Miss Mary Deltrlch, Miss
Emma Deltrlch, Mrs. Wilson, Mra Fordney,
Mra. Sailer, Mrs. Godfrey, Mrs. Stoertz, Mrs.
Grundler and Mrs. Frledchen.
A minstrel show and dance will be held on
Mny 14 by the Seklna Social, at the I. O. O. F.
Hall, at Kensington avenue and Cumberland
street. It will be under the direction of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. McCauley, of 2149 East Cum
berland street, will leave, about the middle of
May, to spend the summer at Island Heights,
Dr. and Mrs. Newton, of 2630 Frankford ave
nue, have returned from Atlantic City.
The John Mecleary Club will give its an
nual shad dinner at Esslngton on Saturday,
Major and Mrs. William G. Ramsay- and
their family have moved out to their farm,
Dalhouste, to stay until fall,
Mr. and Mra William H. Morris returned this
week from St. Petersburg. Fla., where they
had been since early In March.
Notices for tho Society page will be ao
etpted and printed In tho Evening Lodger,
but all such notices must bo written on
ono side of the paper, mutt bo signed in
full) with full address, and when possible
telephone number must ba aiyon.
Send all such communication to
"Soolety Editor," Evening Ledgsr, 603
Unless these requirements are carried
out eo that verification may be possible,
the notices wilt not ba published.
tho valley. Miss Evans will havo as matron
of honor Miss Franklin L. Wood, who will bo
gowned In blue faille taffetta trimmed with
silver laco and cream net. Her hat will be of
cream net and silver lace, and she will carry
pink sweet peas.
Tho bridesmaids will bo Miss Marian Ifltl
nnd Miss Elizabeth D. Flte, whose gowns will
be of different shades. Mlsa Ifllt will wear
pink tafetta with a leghorn hat, trimmed with
black velvet streamers nnd iMnk rpses, and will
carry yollow daisies nnd pink sweet peas, whllo
Miss FIte's gown will be of yellow taffeta. Sho
will wear a leghorn hat, trimmed with yellow
roses nnd black velvet streamers. Sho will also
carry yellow daisies and pink sweet pens. Thero
will bo two flower girls, Miss Josephine Oroer
and Miss Elizabeth Greer, who will wear dainty
white gowns and pink ribbons, nnd will carry
gilt baskets, filled with sweet peas. Mr. Greer
will havo as best man his brother, Mr. Ben
jamin W. Greer, and the ushers will lneludo
Mr. Fred Hlgham, Mr. Francis Rlern, Mr.
Franklin L. Wood nnd Mr. Hnrry Greer. A
reception for tho two families and nbout 250
additional guests will tako place at tho Ger
mantown Cricket Club. Palms and spring
flowers will bo used In profusion as decorations
about tho roceptlon rooms. After an extended
tour Mr. and Mrs. Greer will reside at tho
Wynovn Apartments, where they will be at
home after June 1.
A very quiet and pretty wedding took placet
on Saturday afternoon. April 24, at 4 o'clock,
when Miss E. Genevieve Belcher, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman S. Belcher, became the
brldo of Mr. La Roy Hllyard, of Bryn Mawr.
Tho ceremony wbb performed In the home of
the bride's parents, 204 Cricket avenue, Ard
moro. Pa., by the Rev. L. Y. Graham, Jr., of
tho First Tresbyterlan Church, Rahway, N. 3.
The bride, who was unattended, was gownod in
a frock of white marquisette embroidered In
pearls. Her veil was of tulle and was held In ,
placo by orange blossoms. Sho carried a bou
quet ot white sweet peas. The bridegroom was
attended by Mr. Freeman S. Belcher, Jr.,
brother of tho bride, as best man.
After a reception for the Immediate families
the young couple left for their wedding trip.
The several chapters of the Theta Alpha
Thcta Sorority have Issued Invitation: to tho
annual sorority dinner on Saturday. May 22, at
tho Rlttcnhousp. The committee In charge In
eludes Miss Mabel Kay, Miss Elsie Wilson,
Miss Helen Harris and Miss Beatrice Carman.
DOnN: LAST NIGHT
20 MORE HEALTHY LAUGHS
Making a Total of
SHE'S IN AGAIN
BROAD ST. THEATRE
The Productr, MR. WAYBimN, and the
Author. MK. QHAY, Both Doing- Well
Come In and help nume these Young Laughs any
etenlng- or Wednesday or Saturday afternoons.
NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MAT, 30c TO S1.50
WUDNESDAY MATINEC. BEST SEATS 1.00 i
ACADEMY Seats at Heppe'i, 1110 Chestnut
EVERY EVENING FOR TWO WEEKS
BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY 3
AT POPULAR PRICES. BY THK
REFRESHMENTS SERVED, SMOKINO
Seats, IS, 23, 00c. Table and Box Seats, 75c
B. F. KEITH'S THEATRE
CHESTNUT AND TWELFTH STREETS
Matlntd, 2 P. M. Night, gp.u
BIG BLUE RIBBON BILL!
America'! Beat Singing Comedltnm
Jim and Bonnie Thorntons Beatrice Herford; Bert
Errol; Kajlyama; Harry Fern & Co. others.
Next Week SPRING FASHION SHOW
DAILY 280 10c, 16c. 28o
EVENINGS 8:30 15c, 28c, SOd
T.AST r "HAVR Mo" RemarkaW Film
Un.O x u -'-'" x Ever Exhibited.
SATURDAY AT 2 :30. 7 AND Br.lt,
r'Ur.r.l-Mll- 04- OPERA
Horns of World's
' HOUSE I Greatest PhotODlara
4 TIMES DAILY
Arts.. 1 & 3 Egs.. T & 0 10c. 18c, 25a
MRS. LESLIE CARTER in
"THE HEART OP MARYLAND"
Next Week "GRAUSTARK"
T VPTP T,l,s WEEK ONLY, EVOS. 8 115 '
UX JXXKJ reo. MAT. SATURDAY, 2:20
Maeterlinck's Wonderful Fairy Play
"THE BLUE BIRD"
School Children's Mat Wednesday and Friday. 8:18.
PRICES BOo TO il.it
NEXT WEEK 8EATS THURSDAY
LONDON OAIETY CO.. "TONIQHT'3 THE NIOHT"
ATWT.PTTT Times. Evenings BUB
AD lillxr Xli POP. (1.00 MAT. THURS.. 3 .IS
Oliver Morosco Presents J, Hartley Manners
PEG O' MY HEART
400 GOOD BALCONY SEATS AT II 00
40O GOOD rAMlLY CIRCLE SEATS, 50a
TUB MARKET ST. ABOVE 18TH
llsOO A. M. to 11jI5 P. M.
HAZEL DAWN in "NIOBE"
Coming Thurs. Frl.. Bat.. "HELP WANTETV
GARDEN OF MIRTH
OTHERS AND PHQTOPLAYB
New Program Mon. ft Thurs.
Wf.K 10c Ein-. i ":
at 2; 15 J.VU 10c. Me. gftn.
Today 2 ;1C. TAP
BOBBY HEATH ;LEONASTEPH.
ENS ft CO.; OEORQE BROWN s
PORTER J. WHITS ft CO !
LEON'S MODELS " MILLER 2
LYLB; LAUOHINQ PICTIRe"
W1THERSPOON HALL Wed. Ev, April 28. mB. J
ALFREDA U RECITAL HANS
Lyrlo boprano Holland Cellist
Tickets. SI 50. II. T5e. 60c Wlthsrspooa Box oScfc
GARRICK-Last 5 Evgs.S
THE LITTLE CAFE w VflSt?
Popular Pries Matins Wsdnsujsy. Bsx Seata It 8$
Burlesqu COOP SBBVANTS B?Pp"V" ,Ta
Troeadero tIa J LA CUTA
CASINO W4,wMg ixo jar -
w4y. May 1, will be openlnjc day t th