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EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1915.
BAL MASQUE AT CAPE MAY
PROVES A GREAT SUCCESS
PLANNED BY MANY CLUBS
Madonna Catholic Club's' Dramatic Association to Give
One-Act Horrors Summer Dance for Independent
Talmud Torah Ku-Ku Club
f Masquerade Dance at the Hotel Cape May Scene of
v--j wv uu.uuv,uWU1, i3iiuge x-arcies.
Red Mill Dances Popular
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fast anil furious at the coatumo dance
E given on Wednesday night In the Brill
room or tne new uoici vape aiay.
Atnld a swarm of balloons which were
blown hither and thither over the henrts
of the dancers, a motley throne, rcpre
scntlnB nil the types nnd characters be
loved of the masqueradcr, threaded it
way Soft Rolden-tlnted lights Inter
sperscd with Japaneso lanterns shed a
low over tlio srlll room, and tho open
sir cafes adjoining were transformed Into
old-fashioned gardens with rows of sun
flowers and hollyhocks growing against ft
i.xtrfA hnckcround. The danclnc Lectin
C at 10 o'clock, lasting until tho proverbial
R wee gma" hour, Tho costumes wero origl
W list In the extreme, and while many of the
K guests had procured special nttlro for tho
I (occasion, qulto a numucr tniBica to tneir
own Ingenuity In converting a conven
tional frock or suit Into an unusual one.
Miss Dorothy Prick, of Baltimore,
i....,i mill ntunnlnc In a Pierrot cos-
tume of black and white. Her frock was
I'"- '. . ...... J milln foil nf hll
lawn with a black nguro In It and was
tipped by a wide ruff of white. With this
tho wore a little black-and-white peaked
hat, Dancing with her was M. C. Aplln
Bracks dressed as a private with a red
bandana bound around his head. Miss E.
s Spencer Miller, 3d, and Miss Mildred
Whlto were dainty artists In palo pink
' smocks with black velvet caps nnd an
1 other artist was Miss Elizabeth Kennedy,
who wore n yellow smock with her black
velvet cop. A seemingly grotesque
Charlie Chaplin proved to be Mr.
Ferdinand Graves, whose wlfo looked ex
tremely well in a sapphire bluo oriental
costume. Ilss Sclby Tell was a very
demure Httlo girl In a short blue frock
and socks, nnd, of course, there were Jack
tars, among them Mr. Charles Davis and
Mr. William Chunn.
Miss Ethel Shields gavo a stunning
coster effect In an artist's costume of
I black and white, while brilliant in color
f tag was Mr. Billy Morris as a Dutch boy.
i Among others present were Miss Mary
H Evelyn Chew. Mr. Fritz Freeman. Mr.
1 and Mrs. John Blakoley, Mrs. David
- Toung, Miss Mary Potter, Mrs. F. W.
r Frlshmuth and Miss Florence Frlshmuth.
1 Miss Elizabeth Wnlsh and Miss Loulso
Walsh entertained at bridge ot Wcdncs
E day afternoon, In honor of their BUest,
; Miss Christine Waggaman. of Wnshlng-
ton, and Mrs. Joseph Darlington Wllnln-
son. Their guests included Miss Corlnno
Freeman, Mrs. Elllcott Carver, the Misses
Diamond, Miss Miriam Partridge, Miss
Betty Elliot and Miss Dorothy Burgess.
Miss Catherine Decrinjr gave a bridge
party on Wednesday afternoon at her
cottage on Qurney nvenue.
One of the most Interesting arrivals In
Cape May Is Mr. John Skclton Williams,
Comptroller of the Currency, who, with
Mrs. Williams, their son, Mr. John Skel
ton Williams, Jr., and Mr. Collins Denny,
motored hero this week. They are regis
tered at the Chalfonte.
Mrs. John S. Naylor and her daughter.
Miss Ansle Naylor, who spent some time
at the Chalfonte, have returned to their
home in Chestnut Hill.
The danci'ii at the Red Mill contlnuo In
favor, and as tho Eeason draws to a closo
Veen interest is displayed by members
of the younger set In the contests, for
wjjch handsome cups are given each
week. On Wednesday night the weekly
clocK contest took place, and last night
there was also a competition. This nftcr-
tipon, from 4 until 5:30 o'clock, tho chil
dren will have their dance, and the week
will come to n close with another contest
Mrs. Philip F. Castner will give a brldgo
this afternoon at her cottage, on New
York avenue, in honor of Mrs. James
Pequlgnot, who Is spending the late sum
mer here. There will be four tables.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Edmunds, their
son, Mr. Branson Edmunds, and daugh
ter. Miss Eleanor Edmunds, of West Up
sal street, Germnntown, will spend the
coming week-end at the Chalfonte. Miss
Edmunds was a debutante during the
season Just post.
Mr nnrt frn V.AwnrA THnrpnn "Rlvlnus.
W' who are spending August at the new
Hotel Cape May, will return to tneir
home In Chestnut Hill early next month.
Miss Phoebe Satterfleld and Miss Lind
say Satterfleld, daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Calvin Satterfleld, havo gone to
ixraiiimure iu juin u uuuro j i? mhuh
given by Mr. nnd Mrs Taliaferro.
Mr. and (Mrs. Harry P. Breban, who
have been sojourning here nt the Choi-
Among those noticed on tho shore dur
ing the bathing hour yesterday morning
were Miss Dorothy Frlck, Miss Hope
Bcale, Mr. Horace Eugene Smith, Miss
Mary C. Smith, Miss Letltla McKim,
Hiss H. Ethel Maule, Miss Edith L.
Smith, Miss Kate Zogbaum, Miss Mar
garet Law, Mrs, George Trotter Tyler,
Mrs. Edward K. Sparks, Mrs. E. C. S.
Lewis, Mrs. E. Spencer Miller, 3d, Miss
Frances M. Leach, Miss Eugenia Van
ant, Mrs. M. V. Curtis, Mr. Harold
Foster, Mr. Samuel Blspham, Mrj An
drew Gray, Miss Emllle Kennedy, Miss
Belby Fell, Miss Mildred White, Miss
Ethel Shields. Mr. James Pequlgnot, Mrs.
T, H. Vetterletn, Miss Louise House. Mr.
and Mrs. Herbort Tllden, Dr. wiiiiam u.
Jennings and his daughter, Miss Martha
. Jennings, Miss Mary Hlmons ana misb
ATLANTIC! "!TTY. Aue. 27. The talent-
ted children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hub
1 bard, of Mt. Airy. Pa., who are spending
mo summer uv av liiiuuo di. - ..-,
south, took a prominent part In the mu
sical e given Wednesday night nt 41 Pa
cific avenue, for the benefit of tho Church
j of the Good Shepherd. The program In-
Master Stanley Hubbard, Master Charles
Hubbard, Miss Martha NIxon-MUler, pl
anlats. Miss Blanche Hubbard, harpist,
and Miss Irene Hubbard at the 'cello.
Mrs. Sarah E. Hitter and Mrs. W. C.
Zeigler, of Chicago, who are spending
the summer at the Dennis, gave a box
party at the Cort Theatre to see the
K new Victor opera, "Princess Pat," after
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niuvii mey emeriainca ui u nuppcr m wo
Trayrnore. Present were Miss Dorothy
Kelly, Miss Irene MoCloskey, Mr, Charles
Hitschler and Mr, Stephen Kent, of Phlla
delphla, Miss Gertrude McEwan and Mr,
fred H, Hartlett, of New York city.
Mr, and Mrs. Harry Humphries, of
Philadelphia, who are spending the sum
mer In Chelsea, entertained a Steeple
Chase party last night.
Miss Katherlne O'Laughlln, of Phila
delphia, who I spending the summer at
M Providence avenue, south, Chelsea,
ava a sale at the Hotel Yarmouth Wed
sday, for the benefit of the North
Miss Helen McCuen, of New York city,
" spending the remainder of the sum
mer as the guest of the Misses Sweeney,
at their cottage, 27 Chelsea avenue, north.
Mrs, 1'erclval Thomas, 8r., gave a small
Inner pasiy Wednesday night at her
cottage, atWowa avenue, south, before the
Charity BW at the Brighton Casino. Her
wests were. Miss Dorothy Thomas, Miss
Mildred Thomas. MUs Dorothy Hicks,
Miss Gladys McCallan and Miss Ituth
Mr, and Mrs. Abbott Wiggins also en
Jrtalnod at dinner at their Chelsea pot
taw before th Charity Bait
Along the Midn Line
AUDMOHH-Mr and Mrs. Frederick
C Bingham. Miss Hal Blughara and Mas.
terrredilck C Blngheni, Jr. fit H Simp
ton r"ui nianted by Mrs, Ulmshata g
mother, Mrs. Slrleby. are spending the
summer months at their cottage at Cape
Slay. Mrs. Bingham has been making a
short visit here this week nnd will re
turn to Capo May todny.
.Mf:. nnd Mr' A"brey Reeves Bunting,
of Wlster road, have returned from a
Mx weeks' stay nt Chelsea.
nnYN MAWIt -Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter
Matlack. of 8i Old Lancaster road, who
have been spending two weeks at Asbury
Tark, are now visiting friends at Phoo
nlxvlllc. Mr. nnd Mrs. John W. Pcnrce, of Mer
lon and Montgomery avenues, havo re
turned from Capo May.
Dr. Gcorgo S. Forbes, who has been vis
iting at Atlantic City, Is spending several
days here, beforo returning to his home
Mrs. F. W. W. Graham, of Seminole
avenue and Graver's lane, who has been
spending the summer nt Nantucket, will
return to her homo todny.
Mrs. John Story Jcnks, Jr., of Scmlnolo
avenue, will return September 7 from Bar
Harbor, whero she spent the summer.
Mrs. William Newbold Ely, of Ardmore
and Auburn avenues, will' return from
Saundcrstown next week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel Mooar Davis, of
Allen lane, nro tho guests of Miss Mar
garet Kccnan, at hor cottago In Vcntnor,
Miss Luclo Reed, of 3M Gowcn avenuo,
left yesterday to bo the guest for thrco
weokB of Miss Lucia Parvln, of Lees
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Hood, of 243
West mttenhouse strcot, who havo been
spending the last thrco weeks at Ocean
City, have returned to their home. Mrs.
Hood's Bister, Miss Elslo Carroll, of Oak
Lane, Is her guest for a week.
Mr. Daniel E. McMahon and his
brother, Mr. David V. McMahon, of 2639
McMahon avenue, have as their guests
at their apartments In Atlantic City Mr.
Laddto B. Vaughan, Mr. G. Buckshur
nittonhouso and llr. William Caldwell.
Dr. nnd Mrs. John A. O'Brien, of Kltf
Greene street, and their two children,
havo returned from an extend stay In
Mr. Charles Rcllly, of 6100 Baynton
street, and Mr. J. McM. Bowes havo re
turned from a sojourn in Somcrs Point.
Miss Mary Craig, of 201 West Walnut
Lane, Is at Atlantic City.
Mr. David Ucnnis, of 611 East Cheltcn
avenue, Is spending some time In Wild
wood. Along the Reading
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Craig, of 700 Chel
tcn avenue. Oak Lane, nnd daughters, are
spending the summer at their bungalow,
Thorney Crest, near Doylestown.
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Buntley, of Oak
Lane, gave a porch party" for their
daughter. Miss Mary Jane Buntley, yester-
day. Miss Buntley, win leave xor mo
Pacific coast tomorrow. While In Cali
fornia sho will bo the guest of Dr. and
Mrs. Walter M. Avalon, at their homo
In Los Angeles.
Mrs. Hnrvcy Parker accompanied by her
son, Roland Parker, of York road, left
last week for Albany, and from there
will go to Mlddletown.
Mr. and Mrs. Allan D. Wallls, of Wood
land avenuo, Wyncotc, Pa., are receiving
congratulations on the birth of a daugh
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Beck and family,
of Greenwood avenue, Jenkintown, Pa.,
left last week for Beach Haven, N. J.,
whore they will bo tho guests of Mr.
Charles W. Beck, at his cottage. Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar S. Nash and family, of
Greenwood and Maple avenues, Wyn
cote, havo also Bone down to Beach
Haven, and will bo Mr. Beck's guests for
Mr. Edwyn N. Holloway, of B33S North
12th street, is spending tho balance of the
month at Atlantic City.
Mr. Edward Long and Miss Elsie Long,
of 1746 South Orlanna street, accompanied
by Mr. Charles Mitchell, of 1402 South
B4th street, and Miss Cathrino Duper, of
134 McKean street, will spend the next
two weeks at Wlldwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Denney, of 1703
South 2d street, will return shortly from
their cottage in Pitman.
Mr. Peter N. Grew, of 1513 East Moya
menslng avenue, spent a pleasant vaca
tion at Anglesca.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robson and family,
of 221 Mifflin street, are at Monroeville,
Mr. and Mrs. August F. Arnold and
family, of 1513 South 5th Btreet, will
spend the remainder of the summer at
Mrs. Bernard Maltman, of 231 South
Hollywod street, spent last week-end at
Wlldwood, N. J.
Mrs. Jules G. Rappaport, of 85S South
Front street, spent a vacation at Atlantlo
Mr, and Mrs. James Moore, of 9th and
Morris streets, are enjoying a stay at
Mr. Paul Bchremer, of 3d and Wolf
streets, has. returned after a vacation
at Wlldwood, N. 3,
Mr, and Mrs. George Shlsler are at
their summer home In Chelsea.
Mr. and Mrs. William McDermln, of
1127 Moore street, havo returned from
Atlantlo City after a two weeks' stay.
CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING
MR. MAYER BISSINGER
I'hoto by noma.
MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL S. SCARPELLO
Who wero married last week nt tho Church of tho Immaculate
Conception, In Gcrmantown. Mrs. Scnrpcllo was Miss Pasquclina
Miss Gertrude II. Hcsslng. of St. Louis.
Mo., who hns been tho gucnt of tho Misses
Hampton, 2027 South 58th street, was also
entertained nt Wlldwood Crest, N. J by
Mrs. Wllilnm Apcl, Miss Elizabeth Hamp
ton nnd Mr. Robert Hnmpton. Miss
Hessing will visit Brooklyn hnd Washing
ton before returning Went. Miss Lldlo
Hampton will spend tho week-end nt
Wlldwood Crest with her nephew, Mr.
Robert A. L. Hampton, Jr.
Miss Emily Welltcssor. 37 North 63d
street, has returned to her home from
Harrlsburs'. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wcl
kesser nnd Miss Welkcsscr will lcavo on
Thursday for Wlldwood.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Durvol. 63 North Hurst
street, havo Just returned from White
hall, N. Y.
Mrs. O. E. Wise. 16 North Hurst strcot.
Is spending several weeks in Baltimore.
Mr. Frank II. Ammburg, 623, Market
street, has returned homo from Wild
wood. Mr. John Duffy, Jr., 43 North 63d street.
Is lsltlng In Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. Barfod, 12 South 62d
street, aro being congratulated on tho
birth of a son.
Miss Emma Mac Clark, of Westvllle,
N. J., has returned from Wlldwood, but
will spend a week with her sister, Mrs.
J. T. O'Neill, at 440 South 57th street, be
fore returning to her homo.
Invitations nre out for tho wedding of
Mlis Sara Englc. B420 Haverford nvenue,
to Mr. Robert Walter Reynolds.
A harvest party will be held tonight In
the school yard and school hall at tho
Church of Our Lady of tho Rosary, 65th
street and Westminster avenue. Hot corn
nnd watermelon, together with cakes,
candles and fruits, will be nmong tho
delectable eatables. Thero will bo danc
ing In the hall. Great interest In tho
nffalr has been shown by members of
tho parish, nnd the work of tho commit
tee has been particularly commendable.
Miss Frances Slyman was tho chairman
of the committee, and she was assisted
by Mrs. C. II. Barrett. Mrs. Michael Dal
lahan, Miss Sanders. Miss Jennlo Jones,
Miss Teresa McGoldrlck, Miss Jennlo
Slyman and many other devoted workers.
Mrs. Charles Carroll and her son, Dar
win Carroll, of Wlnthrop, Mass., are In
Philadelphia at her father's home, 220S
South Carlisle street, for an indefinite
visit. Mrs. Carroll will bo remembered
as Miss. Suo Taulanc, and Is well known
among the younger set of South Phila
delphia. Miss Emma Do Carme, of 2324 South
20th street, was entertained extensively
during her vacation at Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. James Shanahan and
their family, of 2017 South Opal street,
are spending a few weeks with their
daughter, Mrs. John T. Rcllley, at her
cottago at Wlldwood.
Miss Esther Tlttman, of 419 Mooro
street, wlio has been entertained at Atlan
tic City, has returned home.
Mrs. Fcderman and her daughter, Mrs.
Eva Fagler, have Just returned from a
trip to Atlantic City which lasted several
weeks. During their stay they were
guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Friedman.
Dr. and Sirs. Frederick Narr, of 18th
and Morris streets, are being congratu
lated on the birth of a daughter.
Mrs. AVIlllam F. Cushlng and daughter,
of 2511 South 20th street, will spend a fow
weeks In the mountains.
Miss Rose De Carlo and her brother,
Mr. Louis A. De Carlo, of 759 South 8th
street, nro taking a trip through New
England. They have made visits In
New Haven, Bridgeport and Waterbury,
Conn., where they were entertained by
Miss Anna Callbro.
Miss Mlnetta Bentz, 1323 Wolf street,
has returned homo, from Elktnj; Park.
Mr. Levin Hopkins. 2303 South street,
will spend 10 days at Sussex, Del.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank Struse, of Lever
lngton avenue, are visiting Mrs. Struse's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hodson, at
their bungalow In Ocean City,
Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor have
Joined tho Roxborough colony at Cape
Mr. and Mrs. Lazelle Thornton, of
Green lane, spent last week-end on an
automobile trip to Ocean City.
Mrs. Walter Hornby, of Ridgo avenue,
has gone to Wlldwood for tho remainder
of the eeason.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Miles, of Ridge
avenue, Wlssahlckon, are occupying their
bungalow at Ocean City during the late
summer and early autumn,
Mrs, Joseph Hammer, of Green lane, Is
at Ocean City, where she Is Joined by
Mr. Hammer over the week-ends.
MRS. MAYER BISSINGER
Ono of tho most widely attended Bold
cn wedding anniversaries ever held In
the local Jewish community took plnco
on Monday night at the Mcrcantilo Club.
Tho celebrants were Mr. nnd Mrs. Mayer
Blislngcr, of 3136 Clifford Btreet.
Hundreds of friends of tho couple, from
this city ns well ns New York, Pitts
burgh nnd Atlantic City, wero In attend
ance Tho reception was preceded by a
family dinner, nnd followed by a dnnco In
which tho participants included Mr. and
Mrs. Blsslngcr, both of whom have
passed tho ago of "three score and ten."
Parents of tho Kissingers celebrated
their RoMcn weddings, as well as sisters
and brothers of the couple, attesting tho
longevity of both branches of tho family.
Mr. Blsslngcr is a retired merchant.
Ho Is a native of Germany, born at
Ichcnhausen, Bavaria, In 1833.
Miss Anna C. Cloud, who icnt a por
tion of tho Bummer on tho Main Lino,
has returned to her home, 1731 Wallace
Mrs. Allco Kano and Mrs. Mildred Mor
rison, of 2907 North Bnllcy street, cnter
tntned a number of their friends upon
their return from Atlantic City by a
motorboat trip to Burlington Island
Pnrk. Their guests were Mr. nnd Mrs.
Thomas Brass. Miss Sarah and Mr.
Thomas Brass, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. JInrry
Hart, Misses Bcitrlco nnd Reba Hart,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Clnrk, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Morrison, Master Howard
S. MorrlBon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles
Schclner, Master Forrest Schelner, Mr.
nnd Mrs. R. E. Morrison, Mr. John J.
Kane, Mr. Roy M. Kane The trip was
mado on tho Test, piloted by Captain
John Sheard, of Cramer Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schwartz nnd Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Applegnto will motor
cyclo to New York this coming Sunday.
They aro popular members of tho side-car
fraternity of the north section of tho city.
Mr. Walter Emely, of 2U3 North Front
street, will arrivo home September 1,
after several months' absences on a West
Mr. William T. Weir, Jr., is enjoying
the heated period at his cottago In Lans-
Mr. John McGuckln, of 2507 East
Somerset street, spent his vacation at
Newark, N. J.
Mrs. Mary Barnes, of Edgemont street
nnd Lchlgli avenue, will spend the next
three weeks touring the West.
Miss Anna Rotwltt. of WIshart street
and Kensington avenue, hns returned from
Sen Isle City, N. J., where sho spent the
Miss Bertha Schneider, of 3559 North
Uth etreet, has returned from a two
weeks' trip at Kennedyville, Md., and will
spend the week-end at Wlldwood Crest.
Mrs. D. MInogue, of 1210 Erie avenue. Is
entertaining her granddaughter, Carolyn
E. MInogue, at her cottage at Ocean City.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Relbstcln. of 803
Wlngohocklng street, aro receiving con
gratulations on the birth of a son Friday,
Miss Marian Jones, of 3402 North 22d
street, has returned from Atlantic City,
where she wns the guest of Mrs. Bruce
McFndden and her daughter, Miss Alice
McFndden, nt their summer home. Mr.
and Mrs. McFadden and their family will
return on September 15 to their winter
residence, 3260 North Broad street.
Mrs. Charles M. Hatcher and her daugh
ters, Miss Mabel Hatcher and Miss Flor
ence Hatcher, who removed from North
Broad street to San Diego, Cal., have
taken a house in Atlantic City and will
remain In tho East for ono year.
Miss Elinor Vandcgrlft Is visiting Mrs.
Jostah Marvel, who has a cottago at At
lantic City, N. J.
Camden and Vicinity
Mrs. Abraham Anderson, of 30J Penn
street, has closed her summer home at
Itaddonfleld and gone to Ocean City to
spend tho balance of this month with
Mrs. Carrie Hackett, Sirs. Elvira
Woodward, Mrs. Benjamin Boyer nnd
Miss Helen Mecray will return this week
from a fortnight's trip through the Whlto
Mr. Charles Aaronson, of 6th and Penn
streets, has taken his mother to Ocean
City for a two weeks' stay.
Miss Helen Brown, of North 3d street,
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Kemp,
of Brooklyn, New York.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J, Hawkins and their
daughter, MIsb Doris Hawkins, 35 Sel
lers avenue, are making an extenslvo
tour of Now York.
Miss Hazel Richardson, 22 Millbourne
avenue, Is visiting In Cortland, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. William Taggart, 37 Sel
lers avenue, havo returned from Ocean
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Gelss, 29 Sellers
avenue, have returned from HUltown,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank II. Grace, 41 Sel
lers avenue, will leave shortly for Bal
timore, Notices for the Society pace will be
accepted and printed In the Krenlns
Ixdser, but all ucli notices niutt be
written on one sldo of the paper,
must be timed In full, with full ad
dress, and when poulbla telephone
number must be given.
Bend all such communications to
Society Editor," Kvenlus Lodcer,
60S Chestnut tret.
Unlet these requirements are carried
out o that verification may ba poulbla,
tu Botka will not ba publWbed.
Miss Edith Betts, who has been spend
ing tho summer with relatives nt Lake
Barron, Mich., will return homo the last
of this month.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bctts will give
a dnnco on September 8 In the parlors
of the Now Century Club for their daugh
ter, Miss Marlon Betts.
Dr. and Mrs. W. Montgomery La Roche,
of Rye, N. Y., nro visiting Mr. and Mrs.
C. Wesley Wcldln.
Mr nnd Mrs. J. Franklin Murphy left
lsst week for Squirrel Island, Mo. They
will remain nwny two or three weeks.
Mrs. It. H. Dunham, Miss Katherlne
Dunham nnd Miss Elizabeth Dunhnm
hao been spending several days In Now
Mr. nnd Mrs. William McKwcn nnd Mr.
and Mrs. Knsbaum, both of the Devon
shire, have taken a cabin for several
weeks nt Tine Creek, which is in the
mountains near Wllllamsport.
Miss Majorle Young, of Stewart ave
nue, left today for n week's stay at
Miss Anna Lewis, Miss Florcnco Young
and Mr. Sheddon Shoemaker returned to
day from Ocean City, where they at
tended a house party Blvcn by Mr.
George Stntzcll, Jr., and chaperoned by
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry S. Young.
Mrs. Elizabeth Bryan, of Runnymedo
avenue, will spend several weeks with
her son, Mr. Edward Bryan, at his cot
tniro In Cape May.
Miss May Ryan, who has been visiting1
Mrs. Bryan, returned to her homo to
day. Mr. and Mrs. William Conway, Jr.,
and family nro spending n week with
their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Con
way, of South Lansdowno avenuo.
Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Taylor,
of Toms River, N. J., nro spending sev
eral days with their mother, Mrs. Lillian
D. Tavlor, of North Lansdowne nvenue.
Miss Agnes Dunn, of Baltimore, Is vis
iting her aunt, Mrs. John V. Loughncy,
of La Crosse avenue.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Percy L. Darlington have
gone to Boston, MnBs., nnd from there
will motor for two or three weeks around
Franconla and Bretton Woods, N. II.
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Bovd, of 1023
Kerlln street, havo announced tho be
trothal of their daughter, Miss Margaret
Mason Boyd, to Mr. Werner Julius Grau
llch, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Grau
llch, of New York. No date has been set
for tho wedding.
Miss Eleanor Humbert, of East 21d
street, is .visiting at Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Tho Rev. and Mrs. Frank J. Andrus
havo returned to their homo after visiting
friends in Smyrna, Del.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bernard nnd Mrs.
Howard D. Bernard have returned to
their homes in Chester nfter making an
extenivo motor trip through tho Adiron
Mr. nnd Mrs. William M. Powcl. of
East 13th street, havo gone to Kecne
Vnlley, N. Y., whero Mrn. Powel will
remain ns tho guest of Dr. and Mrs.
Henry von II. Stoover, of Chester, who
aro there for the season.
Mrs. Philip J. Wnlsh, of Burmont, is
entertaining her nephews, Mr. John Ken
nedy, of Philadelphia, and Mr. Philip
Jones, of Roanoke. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Maccable, of
Glenolden, are enjoying a week's stay at
Miss Maud Young, of Colwjn, is visit
ing In New York.
Miss Phoebe Boyer, of Shnron Hill, is
spending several weeks at Atlantic City.
Miss Bessie Miller, who has been visit
ing Mr. E. H. Wnnamaker. of Drexel
Hill, returned today to her home In Al
lentown. Tho Rev. Jules L. Prevost will glvo an
address on "Church Work In Rural Com
munities" at tho Sunday evening meet
ing, which will Jdo held at Strathhaven
Inn, at Swarthmore. next Sunday
Tho Rev. and Mrs. Clarenco Ball, of
Aldan, are entertaining as their guest
Miss L. II. Rathbonc, of Dalton, Mass.
TimlHltv lf.nnaelousness. lack of confi
dence, prevent many peopla from exprenlns
their deeper Ideas and feellncs. This arrests
personal growth, weaken" Influence and dl
mlnlshes success. The NeK College courses put
men and women In pospesslon of themselves
and start them on a career of personal, so
cial and business ascendancy.
There aro Day Courses, beginning and ad
danced evening classes of men only, and for
men and women; classes, beginning and ad
vanced, for men and women Saturday morning
and Saturday afternoon: children's classes Sat
urday morning; class for women Tuesday aft
ernoon: Instruction print and by correspond
ence. All courses lei' t diploma and degrees.
Send for general circular, new catalog and
booklet on Education and Success.
NEFF COLLEGE chc.tm?,tr...
J, Warren Neff, Assistant Manager.
Send fur Information regarding tho New
Academic Department, which combines In.
traction In the usual (Iramraar and lllgli
Hrhool branches with belr-Kspresnlon nnd
limits tho size of tho classes, so as to
give individual attention to its pupils
Hoys and Qlrls are In separate De
partments In the High School grades.
Write for Year Book of the FrlendV
System of Education from Kindergar
ten to College.
WM. ELMER BARRETT. Principal
15TII AND RACE ST&, PHILADELPHIA
ISth and Race Sts.
35th St. and Lancaster A.
lTth St and Girard Ave.
Oreene Bt.. Oermantown.
STANDARD Y.M.C.A. COURSES
Save carfars. Evening School, Dormitory,
Expert Instructors, Individual Method, Swim
ming Pool, Oymnaslum,
Camden Central Y. M. C. A., Sit l'ederal at.
North Branch V. M, C, A., 1013 tV. Lehigh.
Wet llramh Y. M. C. A., 0d and HanMtm.
Central Edacational IgstitMte
Day and vr(0 Preparatory ani Ks(f.
The Community has confidence In Central's
Educational System. You should know about
Its unique work 2000 Students last year.
Send for Illustrated Catalog A,
Central Y, 1L ft A.. M21 Arch St., Phlla.
THE forthcoming vaudeville perform-
. . . . .. ... I
JL anee and dnnce, to be given by the Ma
donna Cathollo Club on October 1, will
bo an entirely new departure In the way
of amateur dramatic productions. Wo
havo heard of tho "Grand Gulnol of
Paris," whloh makes ft specialty of short
ono-nct horrors, calculated to mako the
sensitive faint. Tho Princess Theatre In
New York has the same managerial policy.
For awhile the Little Theatre In Phila
delphia did tho aamo thing. Tho most
successful offering of Its kind in Phila
delphia wns when tho Princess Theatro
Company, headed by Holbrooke Blynn,
played a week's engagement nt the
Adelphla Theatre, Philadelphia, In the
spring of 1914. Such playlets as "Any
Night" and "Tho Black Mask" left nn
Impression never to bo forgotten, nnd
were bo tragic that tho two comlo
sketches which were presented with a
view to relieve tho sombrcness. falld
signally of success. Madonna Cathollo
Club, for the first time in amateur cir
cles, will put on plays of the same chnr
ncter. In which stage management will
be the all-Important factor, and from
which tho nudlcnoe will go nwny to spend
a sleepless night, tormented by tho wild
est fancies of n distorted brain. Tho
three thentres abovo mentioned nlways
were accustomed to relievo tho tragedy
of the thrilling playlets by one or moro
in which comedy and oven farce predom
inated. Tho Madonna Cathollo Club will there
fore follow the sketches of a moro sombre
character by a farce of the well-known
variety of a "schoolroom sketch."
A summer dnnce will bo given by tho
f l lends of the Independent Talmud Torah
Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Jennings and their
family, of 6415 North Water street, are
spending part of tho summer at Wild
wood, N. J.
Miss Mary Felton, of Rising Fun
avenue, nnd Mrs. Sarah Felton, of Tabor
road and Water street, aro the guests of
Mr. Samuel Felton for a few days at
Chelsea, N. J.
Dr. Ralph McClay, of Olney, entertained
the members of the Musical Club at a
dinner last week at his home. Among tho
guests present were Mr. Thomas C. Reid,
Mr. LcRoy McClay, Mr. Wlllard Fergu
son. Mr. Henry Waddlngton, Mr. Wil
liam Gonzales and Mr. William G.
Miss Sarah Eppehlmer, daughter of Mr.
John W. Eppchimer, of 4C34 Hedge street,
accompanied by Mrs. John Lever and her
daughter. Miss Florence Lever, of Mea
dow street, aro traveling In Portland, Me.
They will visit Now York, Lako George,
Lnke Champlaln and Burlington and are
expected to return home tomorrow.
NURSES IN CHILD HYGIENE
NOW IN HOUSING DIVISION
Health Director Makes Transfers and
Director S. Lewis Zlegler. of the De
partment of Health and Charities, has
transferred 11 city nurses from temporary
summer employment In the child hy
giene division to permanent posts in the
division of housing and sanitation. They
nre Mary E. Boteler, Anna E. Stansbury,
Evelyn M. Carpenter. Emma C. Wlth
crup, Lena M. Kaufman, Julia F. Meade,
Hannah M. Glller, Mary M. Woyshner.
Fanny E. Weiss, Lavinla H. Warner and
Other appointments made In the new
division nre George W. Merkle, statisti
cian, at $1200 a year: Elsie H. Speakmnn.
assistant clerk, at $900: Alma IC Hudson,
assistant clerk, at $900; Katherlne G.
Morton, assistant clerk, $900; Mary A.
Sullivan, stenographer and typewriter,
promoted from $720 to $900; Mary E.
Mnher. stenographer and typewriter,
$720; Howard N. Old, sanitary inspector,
$1000; John S. Vantine, sanitary inspec
tor. $1000; Charles Forrest, messenger,
$4S0; Leonard Dlmare. messenger, $4S0;
Emma Clark, cleaner, $360 a year.
Eleanor M. Ridings, stenographer and
typewriter, was promoted from $720 to
$900;. Marie L. Hunt was appointed stenog
rapher and typewriter In the Bureau of
Health at $900 a year, and Lavinla K.
DIzcr was appointed stenographer and
typewriter nt $720 a year.
Will enable you to command a "salary" Instead of mere wages.
Threo nights a week are all that are necessary.
TelepUouei Lombard 1300-1207
POSITIONS POSITIVELY GUARANTEED Oil MONEY REFUNDED
Day School. Night School. Enter any time.
IS. M. Hull, A. 31., I'd. Dm 1'rraldent, I.ufayrtte lluildlnp;, Philadelphia
After October 1st, l'ruu Mutunl Ilulldlnir
Is better than other schools be
cause Its teachers ara experts.
Wo do professional work la our
line Accounting, Auditing and
Shorthand Reporting, Experts as
teachers produoe experts Send
for list of our Oold Medal win
ners. May we teach you?
801.807 Chtitnut St., Phlla.
MISS HILLS' SCHOOL
ltOS Spruce btreet. Opens Sept. 22.
MAIN LINE 1IKANCH
Ardmorr. Opens September 27.
ELlZAliETII HILLS LYMAN, Principal.
PREPARATION FOR ANY COLLEGE, ANY
BROAD AND CHERRY STREETS
Palmer Business School
Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping. English,
day and night sessions. Send for catalog.
Mercantile Library Pldg , loth abovo Chestnut.
Uaiversky of Pennsylvania
Wharton School of Finance and Commerce
PALMS BUSINESS COLLEGE
, TAirlv lears at 11th and Ohttut BtrttU.
Business, bliorthend and ftcretarlal Ooureaa.
""sPMINfJ UAKDKN INbJTITUTS. PHI LA,
A KT MECHANICS ELKOTMC1TY
Mght Schawls WillafM JwesVM
tomorrow evening at Clinton Hall, south.
mat rnrnor 4th nml TlbA streets. The
cast corner 4th and Reed streets. The
danco will be conducted by the follow
ing commltteei Mr. N. Kohn, chairman;
Mr. J. Julius Strauss, treasurer; Mr Jo
seph Knhn, secretary. The Honorary
Board Includes Mr. David Aronberg, Mr.
Jnko Fclnstcln, Miss R. Andls, Miss Roso
Shapiro, Miss C Globemnn, Mr L. L.
Glttteman. Miss A. Joseph. Mr. Jak
Markes. Mr. David Globe, Miss Lillian
Tackman, Miss Yctta Mazer, Miss L.
Andls, Miss R. Mazer, Miss R Globeman,
Miss Tllllo Tackman, Miss O Shapiro,
Miss Yetta Kahn.
Last Sunday night the Ku-Ku Klub, the
most popular club In Wlldwood, gave a
beach party which turned out to be the
largest held on the beach this season.
Entertainment was furnished by Mr.
Larry Hnrklns, Mr Albert Hockey, D
Count Gremllch, Mr. Dan Hoey and the
Klub Quartet Among those present
were Miss Helen Sehell, Miss Ruth Schol
lenberger. Miss Gertrude Fagen, Miss
Honor Wood. Miss G. Qulnn, Miss Mae
McGcttlgan, Miss L. Henderson, Miss II.
McGcttlgan, Miss II. Bresslcr Miss Edna
Hoffman, Miss Anna Lowden, Miss A.
Brcssler, Miss Rose Kano, Miss M Oll
hooley, Miss II. Ludlam, Miss A. Mcln
crny, Mr. Larry Harklns, Mr Albert
Hockey. De Count Gremllch. Mr Dan
Hoey, Mr. Chick Gallagher. Mr Georgo
Rementer, Mr. Frank Morris, Mr. Billy
McKee, Mr. Edward Harlcy, Mr E. Tay
lor, Mr. Charles Plnncro, Mr. Rodney
Ludlow, Mr. Donald Graham. Mr Rao
Keck and Mr. Frank Pappy. Refresh
ments wero served.
Miss Gertrude Fagen and Mr. Chick
Gallagher, two popular Ku-Ku Klub
members, won first prize last week In
the one-step contest nt the carnival.
Lieutenant T. II. Winters. U S. N., and
Mrs. Winters, with their little son, Hugh
Winters, Jr., of 2509 South Garnet street,
and Mrs. Winter's brother, Mr. James E.
Bnssctt, nro spending thfl summer months
camping In the Snow Shoe Mountains.
They will return about September 15.
.Mrs. -winters' mother, Mrs J. Bassett,
has Just returned from a delightful trip
through western Pennsylvania, whero she
visited friends In Pittsburgh, ending by
a two weuks' Bojourn in Capo May.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Matthew Vollmcr, of 2500
South Cleveland avenue, who havo spent
tho last two weeks In Atlantic City, havo
returned to their home.
Mr. nnd Mrs. James McIIugh, of 213S
West Passyunk avenue, have as their
guests at the present time. Mrs. Louis
Baker nnd her son, John Baker, of Al
toona, Pa., who are here for an Indefinite
visit Mr. nnd Mrs. SUiHugh hao Just
returned from a delightful trip through
eastern Pennsylvania, spending some time
at Delaware Water Gap.
Dr. Charlotte Steckel Farrington, of
2130 Passyunk avenue, is entertaining, at
the present time, Mr. James Trayrnore,
Mr. and Mrs, William Eddie, of 2539
South 18th street, returned this week from
Asbury Paik, whero they spent tho last
Suffrage Events Today
EQUAL FIIANCHISE SOCIETY.
Noon Merlins at Philadelphia Carpet Mills,
nth rflrcet and Columbia avenue. Speaker,
Miss Anna McCue.
Noonday nwtlnc on Postofflce plaza. Speak
er, MIfs Ilcrtha bapovlts.
8 30 p. m. Meellng at 20th and Federal
ptreets. Camden, under the ausplcea of Mrs.
W. D. Kerlln. Speaker, Mls Bertha feupovitn.
8 30 p m. Meeting at Frankford avenue ard
Clearfield street. Speaker, Miss Anna McCue.
WOMAN SUFFRAGE PARTY.
Noon Meeting at the Lan?don Hat Factory,
ltllh and Westmoreland streets. Speaker, Miss
8 30 p. m Meeting at S9th and Federal
streets. Speakers, Mrs. Marlon Holmes and
8 SO p. m. Meeting at 7th street and Erla
aenue. Speakers. MUs Mackln and Miss
8 30 p. m. Open-air meeting at Kenslncton
and Frankford avenues. Speakers, Miss Estcll
Ilussel and MIbs Myers.
What's Doing Tonight
Falrmount Park Band, Strawberry Mansion,
8 o'clock. Free.
Philadelphia Band, City Hall plaza, 8 o'clock.
Municipal Band, Old York road and Ontario
street, 8 o'clock. Free.
f huadelphia s
Best and Largest
Tht School that Uv it Record
Located In the beautiful Perklomen Valley,
within easy reach from Philadelphia and
New York. Co-educatlonaL Prepares for all
colleges and universities. Has enviable rec
ord for scholarship. Excellent courses In
Uuslness, Agriculture, Domeatlo Science.
Muslo and Elocution "trongly moral. Per
sonal Interest In nut nls. Rates STB to
1425, Illustrated cta og frea.
Iter. O. S. Krlfbel, I), I)., Principal. Boa K.
For Men and lioxs. Unltmttee) twe to
C numbers, 1 month, 12 O0 , 3 ui
A. IB OO: a Tear. 113. Sen. &-!
SB 00: a year, 113. Bars.
rata. Private lessons. 4 for 1
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