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Mr. and Mrs. A. IL Sterrett Will Introduce rh,t n, ,
On ot the latest to announce her In
tention of becoming a debutante In the
autumn I" Mis"! Mildred Sterrett, the
.unshier of Mr. and Mrs. A If. Steirett.
IK ef ?20 UPsa' street) Qermantown. Miss
IK- Rterrett wilt probably be Introduced at a
Targe dinner dance at the Manhelm
j cricket Club, In October. Mr and Mrs.
BMt-rett and their daughter wilt not occu
lt -., (t,lr bungalow at Chelsea this sum-
I mr but havo decided Instead to make
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ihort iripa nnu wcwcim v.Diia umuiij uie
Miss Jean C. Bullitt entertained In
formally at dinner last night at her home
" Jn Torrcsdale. Covers were laid for 12
Mrs. Elizabeth P. Wnlton. of Cynwyd,
announced the engagement of her daugh
ter, Mlsa Edith Thompson Walton, to Mr
Ritchie H. Smith, of rrlncoton, today, at
luncheon at her home on Bryn Mawr
Among the guests woro Mrs Edwin
. M Am H f lfAHttll IfllHk fte
IS Dlinwoouy, " """) Aiuui, diih,
Ef Wayne W. Light, Miss Loulso Smith, Miss
Bena rnuncc, mias ici hihuul una me
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Vlstar Morris
and their family, of Dundale, Vlllanova,
fcv taken a cottage at Vcntnor. which
B. they will occupy for the summer about
the first or Juiy.
Mrs. James Lee Shelton. who motored
to Wilmington with Mrs. Thomas J. Bar
gtr and Mrs, Thomas B. 81ms to attend
the Patterson-Bcrl wedding on Satur
day, left there for her home In Washington.
MB The Itev. Percy J. Brown, formerly
'sglR canon of tho Cathedral at St. Louis, and
Mrs. urown navo taKon a cottage nt
Avalon for the summer. Mr. Brown, who
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Er to the front,
Hi it TinvlH Pnrfnr On not will nrrlv In
TlalMnli llhlAnr IB AVHAhMhm null
11K tWs clty on Monda" stopping1 at the Mt
IKI fanfintinn Rtrvernl da vs. en rmttn tn his
homo In Washington after having tnken
LI. ..... n ....a .it nmlnntlntid fn. .1... QIiaL
H UM School nt Yale. Mr. Quest Is related
to the Plcnsanton family, In this city.
H Mr. ana Airs, unnnes aiunri wurts, ot
K Clsrkson avenue and Wlster street, have
W m their suest Mrs Augustus Oliver, of
W Plflohnrirh. Pa.
W Mr. Kdward FMterolf. of Phllarielnhla.
was the guest last week of Mr. James D.
Black, of Okonnlckon Farm, Jobstown,
Mrs. Wellington Bird, of Pittsburgh,
Pa., Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs Stephen
, Decatur Large, at their home on Church
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb J. Milne, Jr., of
JM3 Walnut street, have gone to Oswego,
' Cooperstown, X. Y., to spend the sum-
ifi mar. ThAV nre npromnn.nlnil hv tneir
H daughter. Miss Marguerlto Milne.
The encasement of Miss Eleanor Jo
sephine Bonk, of Brooklyn, to Mr Chnrles
TB. Wolf. U. S. N.. has been announced b
IflJIss Bonk's parents. Sir. Wolf Is chief
$ machinist oi iue uamcaiup .ujuiuh.iu
'; which has been stationed at League
f ". Island for some time past.
. The. Itev. Dr, and Mrs. Louis C Wash-
, burn, 317 South 11th street, and their
daughters, Mlsa Helen Washburn nnd
Miss Henrietta Washburn, have returned
from Princeton, N. J., where they occu
pied a houso, toRcther with the Itev. Dr
George P Stewart, dean of the Auburn
.""Theological Seminary, during the com-
Jhenccment exercises of Princeton Uni
versity, Doctor Washburn s son, Mr
L'oufs M. Washburn, was a prominent
member of tho graduating class, as was
th nti nt Vinntnr SfAwnrf
Wilfred Powell, the British Consul In
this city, and Mrs. Powell have taken a
cottage at Avalon, N. J., which they will
shortly occupy for the summer.
Invitations havo been Issued by Dr.
'and Mrs John Crawford Grcenewalt, of
Chambersburss Pa., for the marriage of
.tneir daughter, Miss Margaret Sharp
preenewalt, t0 jir William Uric Cross
on Thursday evening. July s. at 6 o'ciock
P"Hl8B Grecnownlt has a number of friends
rin this city, having been a student at
.the Schoonl of Industrial Art several
fc years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Penner Norrls
trill leave their country place at West
Chester July 1 and go to Camp Abeole,
Me., for the remainder of the summer,
Mr. and Sirs .Tnhn PIlfT Wr! nt 102
Ferry street, Danville, Pa., formerly of
rthls city, entertained in honor of tho
siruiday anniversary of their daughter,
Hlsa Dorothy Bernadotte Wert.
Along the Main Line
NABBEI1TH Mr. on1 Mm Inmj
Cooper Simpson, of Essex avenue, who
'lll spend the summer traveling throuch
h West and attending the Panama-Pa-
mjjc exposition, spent Beveral days last
eek In Kansas City. Before returning
tWyo'wIll visit Yellowstone Park and
ABDMORE Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
iiAvr:. n."v. j" ,'vv"'"..r'B;.rir.'r.
-m.m uii um uirill oi a euii lafit oaiuiuajr.
HAVERFQHnMrs Tl. W. Tunnls. Of
,2fay lane. Is spending the Bummer at
-Beach Haven. N. J.
illSS Emllv W. Phlllnr. rinmrhtr of Mr.
fMo Mrs. William R. Phlller, Is expected
nom this week from California,
BRYN MAWn Miss Isabel Sladdlson.
Iff Roberta road, sailed Saturday for Eng
funi, where she win visit her father.
Mr and Mrs. D. Webster Douaherty
f Mid their daughter, Miss Marian W.
"ourherty. have opened their cottage at
tumor, n. J., where they will spend,
Ml, and Mrs. David M. namsev. of lOlt
014 Iancaster road, are being congratu
. IMtd on the birth of a son,
ROflRMnW'T' T1- A -Kl nenrrret
Stoles Baker, of Lancaster pike! have re
Murned to their country nlace. after
llDCndlni- 1V. nJn . lt.Al hnma In
. tmkewvod, N.- J.
fcflfiT DAVID'S-MIss Caroline Shields,
no spent last week as the guest of Mrs.
i t. N. MacHenry, left for her home in
SMand Park, Chicago. Uom where she
ifff ,hrtly go to Portland, Ore. Miss
wtwaa, was one of a group Including Mrs.
acHsnrv fn rro.Amac, T nara.r. Airs.
n. I Patterson apd illss Gertrude
s "Herman, of this city; Miss James .ee
Mlton iA HM..!. Dnnlln. TintilttTa nt
Richmond Vi.. nhn met while snending
1 J winter In, Italy.
LfransementB are being made for a
!"fi oi amy celebration t me uei
Btown Crtckat Oluh. Thu dav will be
Mtorated on Mondav. Julv 5. hv a Hall-
t CllI) Pl-t.trB malnS h.twun Phlla-
H60lf!. .. ,,.,, n . ...m
KVi 1. " . V?CffIHM.MMll 1WM.
9 'A. Plav tvlli ,.(.. a. ii -l o m and
2r S0n,llue until .15 p. m There will
- ! 4 band Mnn.M In Ihi, flftarnoon
gtaajAen will be served on the balcony
Kl r2 mwbra an tllr frleoos. Also
awl dtnusr will b strved. foltowsd
"Ma w the lawn.
MF DnJ ir J s-t- va
. ZT Wftfit PftfiB Hltr&At hlLV SO&fi 16
ARE IN THE MAKING
fellins LWS&ythr reet
Nn'a)ahta3d",rBf rovf " th, U S.
b-'en Mslllmr V AnnPo. Md., has
nnd .Mrs ConrnH ant and utli". Mr
!SSDSaffl, nowe". of 6407
Atlantic at y whe ' r1UT ,odaj' from
past week hero B,HS haa Pnt the
rclhntn rnV L,"I"cott Cftssard, of m
Chelsea vhi re.U,rnrt la,t nlht "Pm
"' Whcra ' "Pent the week-end.
M VrS?!!,?! . WIM,ftra a Krleb0'. f
anue JChlestnuCtCb,?le., ot 1lBhlnn(,
for several dnvi V r ' hrtt" ns W RUC'
Hoebner .n.Jf M .Coryc" B'ul Mls'
port P ,Fnt 8.?me tlme ltl Williams
Ml.J nt1' uher?. the' brldesmnltls nt
Mian ni, il i ""' "cre oriacs
Miss Phoebe Weaver's wedding
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School nn I .. V6rt areen ot 418 Wt
garet ri 'J3,11,'.0 fiuC3t of Mlsa Mar-
garet lnyton. of n.nro)r.,., i.i
fortnight. -..., c-.., lor a
lnMh;F.rn?l:e3,Jar who 1,as ''" Visit
Ing her sister, Mrs William S Lloyd, nf
hU W 8rf.eet ,ms " to her
homo In San Diego, Cnl,
1251 WV"5 ,Bro,cl.kl!sby. ot ho Grajstone,
12o Ami Schoolhouso lane, has gone to
New Lngland for a fortnight.
A grand Rtrnuhnni rot,u.nt ...i j
v.111 be held bv Wakeneld irodg" N " ." '
O.S. B, at Fleming's Hall, southwest
corner Qermantoun nvenuo nnd Semour
stieet, this evening.
Along the Reading
Mr. nnd Mrs. John T. Steele, of Elklns
ParK, will entertain the Business Wo
men s Christian League nt n garden
inity ilurlng the early pnrt of July
There will be about 250 guests, Including
n number of prominent Phlladelphtnns.
Mr. nnd Mrs Jesse W. Rawclirte nnd
J. F. U. Itawclirr, formerly of German
town, nre occupying their new homo on
Montgomery avenue, Ashbourne.
The Indies In charge of tho suffrage
dinner to be given at N'oblc Thursday
Include .Mrs J. B. Marshall, Mrs M. A.
Krips, Mrs. William Burns, Mrs. Breun
ingor nnd Mrt. Thomas K. Ober. Jr. The
matrons having tables are Mrs Hartmnn,
Mrs. Chostcrman. Mrs Klcsewettcr, Mrs.
Allen Krlrfl, Mrs. Parol. Mrs Harder and
Master Louis Paret and Master Sewall
Roehm nre organizing a children's dance
to be given on tho porch of Ml Grove
nvenue There will be dancing and cards
throughout the evening and a Punch and
Jurtv show for the children Suitable pro
vision will be made in caso of rain. Jit
neys will meet tho trains and trolleys for
tho convenience of guests.
Friends of Mr. William Chubb, of Web
ster aenue, Wyncoto. will bo glad to
learn that ho Is recovering from hlB se
Mr. Willis Adams, of Chicago, III,, for
merly of Wyncote, spent tho week-end
tsltlng his many friends In Wyncote.
Miss Elsie Daniels, of Noble road, Jen
klnlown. will have as her guests for a
wtek Miss Salisbury, of Brooklyn, and
Miss Martha Tnttison, of RIdgewood, N.
J. Many entertainments will be given In
On June 23 Miss Elslo Daniels nnd her
sister. Miss Blanche Daniels, will enter
tain a party at bridge and "500" for their
On June 29 Miss Daniels will glvu K
porch dance In honor of the Paint and
Powder Club of Jenklntown.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Roscoe C. Schmidt, of
Xorth 11th street, Logan, will entertain
at cards Saturday evening. In honor of
Miss Helen Irene Carson, of West Phila
delphia. Mrs. Schmidt was Miss Jean R.
Caraon before her marriage.
Miss Anna Fldelibus, 021 South Eth
street, left yesterday to visit Miss Cath
arine Rnggio In her newly opened cottage,
9l North Morris street, Chelsea, N. J.
Miss Fldelibus will be away two weeks
and will be extensively entertained.
Mr Philip Cohen, 619 Tasker street,
motored to tho Delawnre Water Gap with
a party of friends. They will visit vari
ous other points of Interest.
Miss Elizabeth Mann, 1602 South 5th
street, spent the week-end with friends
at Atlantic City.
Friends of Mrs. Bessie Wlederman, 1328
South 5th street, vlll be glad to" learn of
her complete recovery from her recent
illness. She will return to her home
early this week from the Mount Slnal
it.. Tnhn Tnrnov and Mr. William Kel
ler of Emaus. are the guests this week of
Mr. Albert Kopf, 2H2 South 10th street.
Mr Kopf and his guests will shortly go
on a fishing trip to Lake Hopatcong, Js. J.
Miss Florence Koss, 6th and Wilder
streets, left this week to visit friends in
Allentown. Ta. Upon her return In two
weeks Mls Koss will move to 1303 Iv,orth
6th street. 8he Is a popular member of
the younger set,
The very attractive summer house at
Laurel Springs, which was opened by the
members of the Qui Vive Club on Decora,
tlon Day. has met with instant favor and
It h.s been crownea every wweu -
the members and their friends. A cordial
Invitation Is extended to all members, and
the following house committee, which has
recently been formed, will act as host
esses: Miss Gertrude McEvoy. Miss
Agnes Mohan, Miss Anna Walsh, Miss
Lillian Andewon and MUs Madeline
Miss Mary Earp. daughter of the Rev.
Josinh H Earp, 2529 South Cleveland
street, U prepwlns to enter Wellesley
College In the fall.
Miss Fannie Carey, 603 Lombard street.
wUl spend the summer months with
friends Tat Winter Harbor, Me.
Announcements were received yester
day UoZ St Tand Mrs. Henry Wl Horn
Morgan of the marriage of their sister.
Miss Mildred Miriam Herr. and Mr.
Harold Mell on Saturday, June 19. Mr.
and Mrs. Mtll will be at home af er
Slpttmbtr I, at i Westvlew avenue,
Miss Gladys Heodrlngton. daughter of
walsiral Present vUU.ng Dr.
and Mrs. Charles B. Stokes, u. t. ..
Warwick, N. Y.
r- m Mrs A. Golder, of 90? Dtekln
Ur;.?i an-RMd I the engagement of
i?? Hamf PanvtTlMt nlfht at a recP
$n wIS ? "X home of the
mus Margaret A Butts, of South
S. tLSZT Anus Bum mm '
EVENING IiEDGER-PHILADELPHIA. WED
Mrs Harry P. Mlehaells, of 118 pnn
Boulevard, is entertaining her mother,
Mrs. Prospere, and her sister, Mrs. fii.
low, of Baltimore, Md,
Tho graduation exercises of tho Lans
downe High School v,lll take place to
morrow evening, June 24, In the new
school nudltorluin. It Is one of the
largest fclasses to graduate In many
years and also the most prominent, as
incy are the sons nnd daughters of wel,
Rnown residents In Lansdowne. Among
the graduates will be Miss Grace Bond,
.MISS Hnrlln TtnrrH Ml.. t..k.i tn.t,.M
u u,lh Cotton' Ml Myrtle Crnlg,
J. iii ..." ""venpori, miss Mary Qnl
bralth, Miss Mary Qallegar, Miss Hart lei
urelner, Mlis Agnes Hoffman, Miss Mar
Jorlo Magcns, .Miss Martha Mnllnck, Miss
Miriam I'anconst, Mils Mary rjulnlan,
Miss Helen Held, Miss Caroline Vet
??.. yV.MM M Fl0"fee Whltcomb, Miss
Mary Ullklnson, Miss Laura Willis, Miss
n i",1 .WI,,1I, Ml,s MBry Zlegler. Mr
David Anderson, Mr Kugeno Baker, Mr
James Breeii, Jir Clark Burgoyne, Mr
Charles Coble Mr William Denar Mr
Thomas Hannum, Mr Illchnrd Kaln. Mr
Robert Livingston, Mr Boy Lyster, Mr
James Cook McLean, Mr Louis McLean,
Jr...n,wnr'LMnr,ln' Mr Joseph Bunting
Muth. Mr Wcndle Holmes Osborne, Mr
rrcderlck Paul, Mr Louis Stonnrd, Mr
Vi. ,nf.x To'""SO". Mr Ulek Wore
w,'i u.Vllll!J"J, AVntk"" Mr HaMlan.l
Wright nnd Mr Albert C Wui Jcrlirk
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MISS GRACE HABERMEHL
Whose marringo to Mr. Clifford Santford Shipley will take place
this evening at 7 o'clock.
Mr. nnd Mrs Evan Unndolph, of Semi
nole avenue, hne taken a cottage at
Twilight Park, In tho Catsklll Mountains.
Miss Julia Heehner. !d, of. Highland
avenue, Chestnut Hill, has as her guest
for several days Miss Jane Coryell, of
Bay City, Mich. Miss Coryell and Miss
Heebner spent some tlmo In Wllllnms
port. Pa., where they were bridesmaids at
Mis3 Phoebe Weaver's wedding.
Miss Kathleen McDonough, who has
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Slmonla. of East Willow Grove avenue,
has returned to lier cottage. In Atlantic
City. N. J.
Miss Nina F. Lewis and Miss Mnrgaret
Bodlne, of Hamilton Court, 39th and
Chestnut streets, have gone to Stock
bridge, Mass., for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Brown Mc
Cowen and their daughters will close their
town house, 4101 Spruce street, on July 1.
They have taken a cottage nt Ocean City
for tho early summer.
Mr and Mrs. John Baney, Miss Mar
garet Bergantz, of 6115 Locust street, nnd
Mr. Walter Dorscy, of 67th and De
Lancey streetB, havo Just returned from
n visit to Gettysburg, Pa.
Mr. Albert P. Foster, of H29 North
rcv,ini.nn street. Is making a visit to
Allentown. Easton and Delaware Water
Mr and Mrs Joseph Justice, of 4935
Chester avenue, will go to Dlgby, N. S..
for the summer, and will return In Oc
tober. Mr nnd Mrs. William Cnlvcrt, of 823
South th street, announced the engage
ment of their daughter, M ss Elizabeth
Eugenia Calvert, to Mr. Albert E . V.
Sehaffle, son of Mr. and Mrs S. W. Y.
Echnrtle, also of West Philadelphia, last
evening. Miss Calvert is a graduate of
the Philadelphia Girls' High and Normal
Schools, and Mr Sehaffle Is a graduate
of the former Central Manual High
School and Delaware College.
Mr. Charles Martin, of 6012 Klngsesslng
avenue, will entertain at his home on
Friday, June 25. Among those to bo
present are Miss Florence Bonner and
Miss Claire Kinney
Mrs. Thomas J. Tash and Miss Tash
have closed their town house, 200 North
S3th street, and occupying their cot
tage at Cape May for the summer.
Mrs. Phillips a. uskuuu, "
Rev Mr. Osgood, vicar of the Church of
the Mediator. 51st and Spruce streets
will receive Informally this afternoon at
her home. 6021 Pine street, also next Tues.
day afternoon Mr and Mrs. Osgood will
spend a portion of the summer In New
Mrs. Chnrlotte Lee Altemus, of 5310 An- ,
irora terrace, announces ni c..bb""-"-at
her duughter, Miss Elsie Altemus Mus
sulman, to Mr. Joseph Bushnell, 3d, of
Mr, and Mrs. Frank A. Wilkinson, Ly
ceum street, announce the nS,&eme"1t1of
their daughter. Miss Olive Reger Wilkin
ton. to Dr. Mortimer Warren Blair, also
The Rev- Dr. Charles L. Seasholes. pf
Queen lane. FbIIs of Schuylkill, left early
last week for an extended tour through
Preparations for the annual Fourth of
July parade and outing are being made
by the churches in Manayunk. Roxbor
ough and Wlssahlckon This Is an an
nual event, unlike any other community
In the world, and thla year's spectacle
promises to b gteater than ever
Notices for the Society page will be
aeeepted snd ptlated In the Evening
Ltdjer, but all ut notlees most be
written on one ld ef the paper, moil
be signed In full, with full addreM, and
when possible Uhpheoe number must ho
Smd all neh communication! to
"Soeletr Editor," Enenln Irfdftr. 0I
Vale these requirements nre carrlsa
out so Mt vttfltioo ? M potstble,
the ntf wttl not b pnbUsoed,
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Miss Lylllnn Grob was given a surprise
pait on Saturday evening bj hei sisters,
Miss Dorot'no Grob nnd Mrs. Lilly, nt
her home, Sll North 26th street. Among
those present were Miss Nora Dnnzelscn,
Miss Alice Holmes, Miss Dcltine Holmes,
Miss Mathlldo McKay, Miss Elizabeth Mc
Kny, Mr. Ralph Berry, Mr. Ernest lis,
Mr. Joseph Leopold, Mr. Pile, Sir Dlssen
baum, Mr Andres Wollclshelm nnd Mr.
Dr. and Mrs. Louis II. Mutschler, of 2030
Tioga street, will spend August and part
of September nt Brctton Woods, N, H.
Dr. and Mrs. Clarence S. Eldredge 'nave
closed their house, 2330 North 17th street,
and are occupying their cottnge at Capo
May for the summer.
Camden and Vicinity
Mrs. Herman Blumenthal, of 4170 Fed
eral street, .is spending the week In New
York as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Develln and son
and daughter, of 318 Penn street, have
gono to their summer home on Barnegat
Miss Mary Magoun, of Mansion ave
nue, Hnddonfleld, Is visiting at Newton,
Mrs. Harold Bottomley, of Merchant
vllle, Is entertaining her cousin from New
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Burton and their
daughter, Miss Ruth Burton, accom
panied by Mrs. Burton's mother. Mrs.
William Cowglll, have gone to California.
Mrs Theodore Webster, of West Cedar
avenue, Merchantvlllc, has gone to Ocean
City and will remain until fall at her
Mr. and Mrs. Wllljam O. Cowen. after
their return from a wedding trip, will re
side at 113 Cove road, Merchantvllle.
Mr and Mrs. Charles T. Bailey, for
merly of Ith and Linden streets, but now
residing In Merchantvllle, will shortly
move to Colonial Ridge, near Haddonfleld,
where they tave taken a Colonial home
on the hill.
Mrs. William Ireland and daughters, of
West Maple avenue, have gone to Cali
fornia to remain until fall.
MISS MARY K CLARK AND
MR. FRANK ERB
Whoae marriage took place this
afternoon in St. Agatha's Church,
38tli and Spring Garden streets,
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MISS LYLLIAN GROD
Who was guest of honor at n sur
prise party given by her sisters,
Miss Dorothie Grob and Mrs. P.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Rider, of 3312 North
15th street, who nro now occupying their
summer home. Prog Hollow, Somcrton,
Pa., announce tho engagement of their
daughter. Miss Miriam Rider, to Mr.
Francis B. Haas.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Emanuel Mcjcrhoff and
Miss Eda Stern, of 3543 North 21st street,
aro occupjlng their summer home on Pa
cific avenue, Atlantic City,
Miss Hilda Kahn, of 1830 West Erie
nvenue, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. A.
Stcrnbergcr, at her home in New York.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Schultz. of 3341
North 15th street, loft last Friday to spend
tho summer In Ocean City.
Tho Media High School Alumni Asso
elation ulll hold Its 31st annual ban
quet on Saturday evening, June 26, at the
Charter House. Various amusements, In
cluding dancing nnd "500," have been ar
ranged by tho committee In charge of the
affair, which Includes Mr. Edwin Brown,
Mr. Arthur Wallaco and Mr. John Hard
castle. Mr. E. R. Hall, accompanied by his
family, Is now staying at Ocean City,
N. J. Mr Hall takes an active Interest
in the civic affairs In Ridley Park, where
Mrs. C. W. White, of Norwood, who
has opened her summer home at Ocean
City, N. J., will entertain tho Rov. and
Mrs. Stanley Blllhelmer this week.
A muslcalc, the proceeds of which will
be used to swell the fund for the new
Sisters of Mercy Hospital, will be held
Friday evening In the Parish Hall of St
Joachim's Church, Penn and Church
streets, Frankford. Mr. Leo Albert Mc
Garlty wilt direct the muslcale and the
committee In charge Includes Mr. Frank
Fltzpatrlck nnd Miss Mary Toland.
Mrs. Connor and family, of 3055 Frana
ford avenue, will spend the month of July
In Wlldwood, N. J.
Dr. and Mrs. Irvine M. FHnn and their
sons, Lewis nnd Irvine, left last week for
San Diego by the Southern route, stop
ping at Grand Canyon. They also go to
both expositions and the Yosemlto and re
turn by way of the Colorado Rockies and
Mrs. Graham Bowdoln. of Baltimore,
and Trusten Draper, of Youngstown, O,,
who had been the guests of Mrs. James
A Draper, have returned to their homes,
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Sellers, of
Edgemoor, left last week for Cape Bre
ton, Nova Scotia, where they will remain
What's Doing Tonight
Municipal Band, Ontario Park, Thompson
and Uth streets: B o'clock. .Free
I'atrmoiint Park Band. Belmont Mention J 8
'f'hflaaeu7h"' Band. City Ball plaw: 8 o'clock.
Market and Fortieth Streets Buitneea Men.
T houth 40th etreet: 8 o'clock. "".
County Medical Society, Colleie of Phyel.
lUne, o'clock. ,
Democratic Club, 8 o'clock
tilranl Collef o commencement, college cntpoll
7 Toinceranc lecture. Mre, Kno Llvlnseton,
! I rideeburs Slelhodlet EpUcopal Church)
Shrlnera' rllsrlmago to Camden. Lulu
TVmple; 8 o'clock.
Aquarium Society. 1414 Arch etreet.
Graduation St Mary's School. Camden.
anEEN'S-E. J. Waltman. pitUburyh; H. W.
Kln' Montclalr, N. J,i C. E. Eaton. Pitts.
burgh. . .
rONTINBNTAU-J Ci Mjrere, New Qiford,
C?2!,T MU Wary r, Port Norfli. N. J.l
II, C, Aument, Lancaster, Pa,
DOONHR'S-Cbarles J. Wc-'fert Clarkaboro,
I?J,; Henry T. John. Mt. Carmei, Pa.
NBW BINQHAM-D, K. Nott. Troy. N. Y i
Harry Caplln? Hochiter, N. V.j C, Walter..
HANOVER II. J. More, lUckenaack. N. J.i
Ml." M. Wert. Atlantlo' City, N. J.! Charles
Zlnk, Bcrsnton, Pa.
VIND30R-John VUta, Plttabursb; Hw
Stake. Heynoldavllle, Pa.. Barf Swtt. New-
VENPIO W I Clark, Jobn.on City, Tenn. ,
Mr ifld Mr.. E. B. Campbell. Mechanic..
bura.np.. iir aod Mr., J. W. Gordon,
AnKWHIA-Wllllam Shr. BelUonte, Pa .
Edward n Frank. Richmond. Ind., T- A.
ST JAMBS-Mra. M. B Bloom. FottsviU.
Pa. H. C Mayo, Norfolk, Va,; Mr. s3
Mrfc M W Brown, Now York.
WAI-TON-Mary t RbW. Wllkea-Barra, Pa.i
Mrs. Koa lIutMO. Reading-. Pa
STaNTON Mr. and Mr., BUlr Ferfueon.
mlyrN. ., H B. Alien. Allentown. Pa.
COLONNADS-O. A Bottomley. BrWawort.
Saa;. T. A Stover. AKooaa, Pa.: O. A.
BoWnson. Now Torlc
RITTBNHOUgS-H U Karris, Trorea. Ps..
' irawunl NeiMO. Au.Ua. Pa.
BUJBVUM-STKATe-OKD - T. W Wo!,
i Hoton. Mu Mr. .t Hji
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CUPTD IS BUSILY ENGAGED
TYING THE PROVMBIAL KNW
Many Brides and Bridegrooms to Plight Their Troth Tottejf,
Announcements of Recent Weddings.
A pretty home wedding wilt take placa
this evening at 7 o'clock at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Franklin Miller, 409
Springfield avenue, when their daughter.
Miss Mary Wiley Miller, will become the
Driae or Mr. Joseph Powell WiHUms, of
Alloonn. The ceremony will be performed
by the Itev. Dr. J. 0 Walker, pnotor
of the Mantua Baptist Church, 40th street
and Falrmount avenue. The bride, who
tilll be given In marriage by her father,
will be gowned In lustrous white satin
trimmed with duchesse and rose point
lace, and will wear a tullo veil arranged
ulth a enp of duchesse lace. She will
ctrry a shower bottqet of lilies of the
valley. Her only attendant will be her
slater. Miss Emily Miller, who will wear
an exquisite little frock Of figured net
ocr pale pink taffeta, and will carry a
large arm bouquet of pink roses.
Mr. Williams' brother. Mr. Alfred Wil
liams, will net as best man, A recep
tion will follow the ceremony, after which
Mr nnd Mrs. Williams will leave for a
redding trip. They will llvo In Altoona
upon their return,
Mr and Mrs. Stephen E. Van Snnt an
nounce the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Adeline Potter Van Sant, to Mr
George Snrdo Howell, of Buffalo, on Moil
Uny, June 21, nt 4 o'clock In the after
noon The ceremony was performed by
the Itev. Herbert It. Burgess at the home
ot tho bride's parents, 126 South 36th
street, In tho presence of only the Im
mediate families of the brldo and bride
groom MUs Van Sant's only attendant
v,as illss Julia Donning, and Mr. Howell
had Mr Orenvlllo B, Hopkins as best
marl Mr. nnd Mrs Howell will live In
Buffalo after September 15.
The man Inge of Mlsa Helen V. Troy to
Mr Chnrles J. Mcllugh took place cs
tcrday afternoon nt o o'clock In tho
Hunch of Our Mother of 8orrows, 48th
street and Lancaster nvenue. Father
Buckley officiated. Tho bride woro a
gown of hor white satin and lace nnd
a tullo veil held with orange blossoms,
and carried a bouquet ot lilies of t'no
valley and white roses. Her Bister, illss
Mary Troy, as maid of honor, was gowned
In pink taffeta veiled In pink chiffon, with
a Inrgo lcchorn hnt, trimmed with pink
roses nnd blue velvet streamers. She
carr.ed pink roses Tho little sister of
tho bridegroom. Miss Sarah Mctlugh,
v.tiB Doner girl. She wore a frock of
white net over pink silk and carried a
basket of pink sweet peas. On her head
v.ns a wreath of pink sweet peas. Mr.
Bernard Mcllugh and Mr. Batholomew
Mcllugh were ushers, and Mr. James Mc
llugh, another brother, acted ns best
man Following tho ceremony there was
a supper for the Immediate families at
the bride's home, 810 North 47th street,
after which Mr and Mrs. Mcllugh left
for n wedding trip In the Great Lake re
gion nnd Cnnadn. They w'111 llvo at 1018
South Ifnan street nfter July 15.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Flckcr, of 867
North 4Sth street, announce the marriage
of their daughter. Miss Margaret V.
Pirtrp. tn Mr. Oscar B. Voelker on Mon
day, Juno SI. Tho ceremony was per
formed by the Rov. Charles E. Drownson,
pastor of the West Hope Presbyterian
Churrii. only tho immediate families be
ing present Tho bride was unattended.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Voelker will be at home at
Ml rontrldso street after July 1,
A quiet wedding was solemnized this
morning when Miss Emma Loretta
Buecker, daughter of Mr Chnrles O.
Bnecker, of 637 North 3d street, Camden,
becamo the bride of Mr. John J. Homnn.
son of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Homan, of
438 South 5th street, Camden, The cere
mony was performed In the Church of
tho Holy Name, the Rev. Thomas E.
Whelan officiating. Miss Helen A.
Buecker. sister of tho bride, .was maid of
honor, and Dr. George D. Hornhn, brother
of tho bridegroom, was best man.
After a short wedding trip Jir. nnd Mrs.
Homan will be at home at Laurel Springs,
N. J., after July 30
The marriage of Miss Madeline L. El
liott, daughter of Mrs. H. AV Elliott, of
Bryn jlnwr, and Mr Eugene F. Barnes,
Jr , of Brooklyn, took placo yesterday at
5 o'clock in the Bryn Mawr Prcsbytcrinn
Church. The bride was attended by Miss
Ruth Rea as maid of honor: Miss Eliza
beth E Craig. Miss Anna A. Austin and
Miss Elizabeth Pierce as bridesmaids.
Mr. Edward' C. Knudson, of Brooklyn,
attended as best man, and the ushers In
cluded Mr. Rowley W. rhllllps, of New
Haven; Mr. John C. Chadwlck, of Omaha:
Mr. Thomas M Salter, of New York, and
Mr. Kussel T. walker.
Tha bride wore a lovely gown of white
satin trimmed with duchesse lace and
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that standard. Antiseptic,
pure, delicious, its use is not
only a benefit but a delight,
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If not at your druggist's,
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THE S. S. WHITE DEOTA! MANUFTWNP Ot
tax? fair" jj
i?I!?' ft,n'hwh be&utlftm? MwHk
In place by orange blossoms, and sh S
ried a shower bouquet of llllis of th Val
ley and lavender orchids. The bre
maids were gowned alike In frock' M
pale green taffeta, cream tae ins sllfa
net A reception foilt-ed tha ceremony,
,rMJ ,'clo5k..lh9 w0olna; of Mien Mary
K. C ark. of 3804 Wallace street, an4 M
Frank Erb, Jr, will take- plae-s In St -Agatha
s Cathollo Church, 3Sth and Spring
i.n. street' the Rv. Father Oromoll
Offlclatlnir. Ml Xfnrt. rvt, .i... . .t .
bridegroom, will -attend as htldesmafd,
KJlth8 ?" man wl" ba Mr Efhftrt
Pflffer. The ushers wilt Include Mr
Stephen Bentley and Mr William V
Clark. A reception will follow tha cere
mony after which the young coupls wilt
leave on their wedding trip nnd on their
return will occupy their new home tn
Among the guests who will attend are
Mr. and Mrs John 8hallow, Mr an.I
Mrs, John Kelly, Mr and Mrs. Michael
McAnnany, Mrs. John Bontley, Mr Cart
Pollirnore, Miss Mary FlUgerald, Mlos
Rosa Claffay, Mr, and Mrs William Bent-.
ley, Mr, Ernest Bentley, Mr. Stephen
Bentley, Miss Marie Bentley, Mr James
riernan, Mr. Thomas P Clark, Mr ati-J
Mrs. William F Clark, Mr and Mrs.
John A. Clark, Miss B, TIernan, and Mr.
nnd Mrs. Frank Erb,
A protty homo wedding will take place
tonlellt nt 7 ntnU whAn uti... n.......
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Mario Habermehl, daughter of Mr Ed
"iu i. jinDermeni, ot zios Dlnmrnd
street, will be given In marriage by her
father to Mr. Clifford Santford Shipley at
tho home of tho bride and will be fol
lowed by a reception. Mlsa Habermehl
will wear a gown of white Georgette crep
draped over satin, made With a short
Bklrt, and a tullo veil arranged with or
nngo blossoms. The bridal party will In
clude Miss Mnrlo Mnck, maid of honor:
Miss Paulino Devereaux, matron of honor;
Miss Edna Habermehl. the bride's sister,
nnd Mlsa Katharine Clark, bridesmaids,
nnd Mr. James Manning, best man.
Thf. tnaM nt dnnn, ...Ml ..,..... h J.......
frock of pink taffetn and lace-, the ma
tron of honor a chnrmlng affair of whlu
net over white silk, with trimming of
pink nnd blue chiffon, and the brides
maids flower taffeta frocks. One pink nnd
the other blue Mr, nnd Mrs. Shipley will
return from their wedding Journey In the
nutumn nnd will live In this city.
The marriago of Miss Marie Brehhir
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Brehni.
of 4117 Mnnnyunk avenue, Roxborough
and Mr. Harry Aussprung, of KI7 North
Marshall street, will be solemnized at 4
o'clock this afternoon at the home of tho
officiating minister, tho Rev Frank M.
Gray, pastor of tho Wlssahlckon Metho
dist Episcopal Church. The bride will
wear a gown of hand embroidered orsnn
die and lace and will carry llllea of th'j
valley nnd bride's roses. She will be at
tended by Miss Jlyrtle Glenwrlght VS
maid of honor.
Mr. Aussprung will have for his best
man Air. George Ilodson. The servlco
will be followed by a supper at the Add
phla. The bridegroom and bride upon
their return from their wedding Journey
will live on Manayunk nvenue, Roxbor
ough. FINLEY KLAUDER.'
Tho wedding of Miss Helen Greenfield
Klauder, daughter of Jir. and Mrs. David
Klauder. of 6400 North 7th street, Oal
Lane, to Charles P Flnlev, secor
lieutenant in tno united states at
will tako placo this evening at the PofrS;
Methodist Episcopal Church, Oak Larto.
at 6 o'clock. Tho Rev. Frank Scotttvlll
The wedding will be a military affair
and the church will be decorated with
American nnd army colors and flags. The
bride's father will give her away, and
her cousin, Mrs. William Donaldson, will
be matron of honor. Mlsa Helen Mont
gomery has been chosen as flower girl.
Jir. William Goodwin, of Tioga will
act as best man nnd Lieutenant J,
Franklin Stevens and Lieutenant Walter
Hess,. of Germantown, will be the ushers.
The bride's gown will be of white
duchesse satin and rare hBnd-mad filet
lace, her veil will bq of tulle, held In
placo by a wreath of orange btossoms nnd
she will carry a bouquet of white bridal
roses and Miles of the valley Btrs.
Donaldson will bo gowned In pink and
carry pink roses and sweet pens. Tha
flower girl will also wear pink and carry
a basket of pink flowers.
The ceremonv will bo followed, by a
rccentlon nt the bride's home, after
which Mr, and Mrs. Flpiey will leave for
Maine, where they will remain until Sep
tember. no mora than otharaT
six years the
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