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BYESriNG L'EDGEft PHIkXDEEPHIA, TTJESDAX, SEPTEMBER 21 lttt5?
PLNS FOR THE DEBUTANTE
ARE ANNOUNCED EACH DAY
Miss Fisher Will Be a December Bud Daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Radcliffe Cheton to Make
Bow to Society
. AND MI18. 8 WILSON FISHER,
JVL of Brier H1U, Morris road, Ambler,
will Introduce their daughter, Mtsi a.
Hotamonde Flaher at a large tea, which
will be given At the Acorn Club on Satur
day. December 4.
MlfB Fleber la a alster of 11 lag ElUabeth
w Flaher. The engagement ot iier
brother, Mr. Clarence W. Flaher, to Mlaa
Josephine J. Cooke, waa recently an
nounced. vina Charlotte M. Cheston, daughter
ef Dr. and Mra. Radcliffe Cheston, -will
be Introduced at n tea to be given on
Wednesday, October SO.
The members of the Woman's Auxil
iary of St. Francis' Country House for
Convalescents and others actively Inter
ested In working for the success of the
alphabetical country fair and market day
to be held at Darby, October 2. will meet
at the house this afternoon at 3 o'clock to
discuss and arrange further details for
the entertainment which promises to be
the largest outdoor fete over given for
the benefit of the charity.
Among those expected to be present
this afternoon will be Mrs. J. M. Quennell,
Miss Helen Grace Smith, Mrs. John J.
Coyla, M'ss Julia Laguerenne. Mrs. James
J Mundy, Mrs. Joseph F Qnllaghor, Mrs.
A J. Ball, Mrs. Robert T. Ulckncll, Miss
ifarle Trascl, Mrs. Henry C. Dsllng, Mrs.
Louis Olry Lusaon, Mrs. Charles M. Mut
lln Miss May Loftus, Mrs. A. C. Bryan,
Mlra Florence Dour, Mrs. D. it. De Vcaux
and many others Interested In the good
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Houston, Miss
Charlotte Harding; Brown and Miss Elea
nor Houston hae closed their homo at
Clapboard Island, Me , and are motoring
home through Now England.
Mr. and Mrs. Logan M. Bullitt, Jr., and
their little daughter, Dorothy Bullitt,
who have been spending a fortnight with
Mr. Bullitt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Logan
M. Bullitt, at their country home In Tor
resdale, returned on Sunday to Detroit.
Miss Jean Christian Bullitt, who has
been visiting- Miss Elizabeth Thompson,
at Winter Harbor, Me , and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Mercur Eshleman, at MUford,
Mass , returned last week.
Mr. Joseph E. Wldener, of Lynnewood
Hall, Elklns Park, has returned to New
port on his steam yacht Josephine. Mr.
Clarence Dolan accompanied Mr. Wldener.
Mrs. John F. Rogers and her daughter.
Miss Katharine Rogers, of 2201 St James
place, returned home last week from Lake
Placid, N. Y where they have been
spending several months at the Lake
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Elklns, Jr., of
Chelten House, Elklns Park, Pa., have
returned home from Maine, where they
spent the summer.
Mls Agnes MeDonough, of 2121 Pine
street, has returned after being the guest
for the month of August of Miss Caroline
Rulon Miller, at her camp on the St.
Miss Alma Anderson, of 833 Pine street,
has returned from Ashevllle, N. C
where she attended a house party.
Mr. William H. Montgomery, 2525 South
ISth street, joined Mrs. Montgomery on
Sunday at Atlantic City en returning
from a trip to Pittsburgh. N. T., Bluff
Point, Loon Lake, Lake Placid, Saranao
Lake, leaving via Lake George and Lake
Along the" Main Line
MERION. Mr. and Mrs. S. Earle
Haines, of Maple avenue, have returned
from New England, where they spent the
Mrs. Charles Winder, of Baltimore. Is
Visiting her granddaughter, Mra. S. Wil
son Heaton, and Mr. Heaton at their
home, corner Berkley road and Wynne
HAVERFORD. Mrs. William Baker El
liot and Miss Adele Elliot have returned
from York Harbor and are stopping at
Mr. E. Clark Creaeer, of Montgomery
avenue, spent the week-end with friends
BRYN MAWR-Mtas Eleanor Eveland.
of Montgomery avenue, Is giving a dance
this evening at Haverford Court.
Mr. Raymond Karsner, of 1320 South
Broad street, was the guest of Mr. Fred
erick Abernethy, of Gulf road, over the
Dr. and Mrs. Henry N. Sanders, of 215
Roberts road, who have been spending
the summer In Canada, will return to
their home today.
ROSEMONT Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W.
Dolan and daughters. Miss Rosalie and
Miss Alexandra Dolan, accompanied by
Mrs. Dolan's mother, Mrs. Nellson
Brown, will return to their home In Rose
rnont this week. They will do extensive
entertaining during the horse show.
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Curtln. of
Brentwood, will entertain tflelr son-tn-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James
D. Wlnsor, Jr., during the month of Oc
tober. Mr. and Mrs. Wlnsor have been
pending the summer at Eagle's Mere.
ST. DAVID'a-Mrs. Lewis Nellson en
tertained the members of the Main Line
Reading Club at Cooloch, her St. David's
home, on Saturday afternoon. Among
those present were Mrs. Charles Blnntck
son, 3d. Mrs. Ledyard Heckscher, Mrs.
John Kent Kane, Mra. Thomas Newhall,
Mrs. Carroll Hodge, Mrs. Burton Chance,
Mrs. Theodore Spencer, Mrs. Daniel M.
Barrlnger, Mrs. J. Ogleeby Paul and Mrs.
Jphn Harvey Gordon.
Miss Caroline J. Brlnton, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ferree Brlnton, of Windy
brow, left for Northampton, Mass., yes
terday to continue her course at Smith
WAYNH.-Mr. and Mrs. John Tlllotson
s.ve returned from Brownfleld, Me., to
the Boulders, their place In Wayne.
Miss Louise Nichols s another Wayne
flrl who will matriculate at Smith Col
lege. Miss Nichols and her mother ex
pect to leave for Northampton today.
DBVON.-Mr. and Mrs. George Lelb
Harrison have returned from Cape May
to Happy Creek Farn, their home In
Devon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wain Har
Hson have also returned from Narragan
ett PJer, where they spent the summer.
Mr, and Mrs. William K. Yarrow will
joon movo to Haverford. where they have
taken an apartment.
Mr, and Mrs. B. Rittenbouse Miller and
Lieutenant William Woods SmjAh. U, S.
N., and Mrs, Smyth have returned from
short motor trip to the Poconos. Lieu
tenant and Mrs. Smyth will return to
Nolcs for the Bec4fty pat wtH t
accepted sad printed ta the Kreator
Ledger, but all auch notices must be
written sa one aide ef the papar,
aauat ba signed Is fuU, vrHb full ad
drees, and when poaalU ttlrpbes
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their home In the Washington Navy Yard
on Thursday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ron Pllllrur. of S707
Creshetm road, will occupy the house
owned by Mr Gladstone Fessenden on
Mermaid lano during tho coming winter.
Mrs. Pilling was Miss Anna Fries, ot
C135 Wayno avenue, before her marrlago
several years nso.
Miss Josephine Reeves, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Butler Reeves, Jr., of
AhhnttMfnri ,V.nll. will n.l-n.l a.Aa,.
briar School, In Virginia, this winter.
..loBior crancis itcevcs, 30, has gone to
Kent, N. II., to attend school.
Mr. Carl Dodge, who Is making his home
In Chicago, la spending a fortnight as tho
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Mapes Dodge, at their home, McKean
avenue and Clapler street. Mr. Dodgo
will return today from Oyster Bay on
board the yacht Vega, owned by Mr. Jo
seph Loverlng Wharton, of Ontalauna, on
tho Old York road. Mr. and Mrs. Dodge
and Miss Josephine Dodge, who hao
closed their Jamestown cottage, will re
turn today from Atlantic City, where they
have been during September.
Mr. Louis Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Blight Robinson, of 418 West Price
street, has entered the Culver Military
Mr. James Hooper, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Hooper, of 135 West Carpenter
street, has returned to Princeton Uni
versity whore ho will enter the sophomore
Miss Marjories SUlcock, of New York
City, Is at present the guost of Mrs.
Henry D. Rogers, at her homo, 231 West
Miss Elizabeth MacCuen Smith, of West
Chelten avenue, has returned to her home
from Klneo, Me., where she spent the
Along the Reading
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wilson and family.
of Mount Carmel avenue, Glenslde, havo
returned homo after spending several
weeks at Wildwood.
Miss Teal, of Huntingdon Valley, has
had as her guest Miss Phyllis Fosdlck,
of Cincinnati, O., for some time. Miss
Fosdlck left last week for Narragansett
Pier, where she will remain for several
Mrs. H. D. Cotter and her daughter.
Miss Harriett Cotter, of Glenslde, who
have been spending the months of July
and August at Wernersvllle, nre now at
Chelsea, where they will remain till tho
end of September, when they will return
to their home.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hauser. of Wil
low Grove avenue and Waverley road,
Glenslde, have returned home from At
lantic City, whero they spent the sum
mer. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Street and fam
ily, of Ashbourne, have returned to their
home after spending tho past few weeks
at Asbury Park, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Cross, formerly
of Gwynedd Valley, have taken an apart
ment at 606 Mldvale avenue, Germantown,
which they will occupy for tho winter.
Mrs. John M. Gessler will entertain at
cards On Thursday, September 30, at her
home, 3912 Baltimore avenue. In honor of
Miss Louise Gelston Green, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delaplalno Green,
whose marriage to Mr. Herbort Day
Wller will take place on Monday, Octo
Mrs. A. Southern Conway, of the Avon
dale, 39th and Locust streets, la spending
a few days in New York.
occupying her summer home at Bristol,
wilt return to her home, 4120 Leldy ave
nue, next week.
Mrs. J. F. Lamorelle and Miss Marie
Lamorelle, of 3510 Baring street, left
Saturday for a two months' western trip,
when they will visit the Exposition. Miss
Lamorelle will return homo by way of
Chicago, where she will spend a month
Mr, M. A. Dempsey and the Misses
Dempsey have closed their cottage In
Chelsea and returned to their home, 4431
Mr. Louis Mollnarl and family, of 1312
South Sth street, have returned from a
three months' stay at their cottage In
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elliot, of 2426
South Woodstock street, entertained tho
Calvary Dramatic Club at their home on
Saturday evening. Among those present
were Miss Florence Casey, Mr. Elliot
Mackey, Mr. David Chambers, Mr. Harry
Fleming and Frank Phillips.
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MRS. WILLIAM BAKER WHELEN
A charming hostess, who is entertaining at present Mr. and Mrs.
Robert L. Campbell nnd Miss Elizabeth Reynolds, of Rye, N. Y.,
and Mr. Figueros, of Buenos Aires.
SCHEDULED FOR THIS WEEK
Home for Destitute Children Celebrates Golden Jubilee.
Falls of Schuylkill M. E. Church Cele
brates 78th Anniversary
THE Golden Jubilee of the founding of
the Catholic Home for Destitute Chil
dren, 29th street and Allegheny avenue,
will be celebrated during the week with a
scries of entertainments, preceded by a
religious ceremony In tho chapel this
morning nt 9:30 o'clock. A Solemn High
Mass was celebrated by Bishop John J.
McCort; tho Rev. John T. McQuade. dea
con; tho Rev William A. O'Donnell, BUb
dcacon; assistant priest, tho Rev. Dr. Ed
mund J. Fltzmaurlce, chancellor of the
diocese, nnd master of ceremonies, the
Rev. Thomas r. McNally. Archbishop
Prendergast was attended by Monslgnor
Nevll F. risher and Monslgnor Philip R.
McDevltt. The program for the remainder
of the day Includes a charming fairy
operotta, "Florlnda," In which the charac
ters were Impersonated by the children:
and a luncheon was given for the clergy
men and managers, who Include Aroh
blshop Prendergast, Bishop McCort. Mr.
A. A. Hirst. Mr. James P. McNlchol, the
Rev. J F. McQuade, the Rev. Henry A.
Nujlor, tho Rev. S. J. Lamb. Mr. James
A. Flaharty, Mr. Ignatius J Horstmann,
Mr. Edwin S. Megargee, Mr. Andrew A.
O'Connell and Mr John B. Comber.
Tomorrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock the
Ladles' Aid. Society to Establish an In
dustrial School at the home will be given
an Informal reception with an entertain
ment by tho children. Mrs. Charles P.
Donnelly, president; Mrs Ignatius J.
Horstmann, vice president; Mrs. P. F. X.
Jones, treasurer; Mrs. Walter A. Nash,
recording secretary, and Miss May Camp
bell, corresponding secretary. There are
about 200 members
An Informal rccoptlon to the sisterhoods
In Philadelphia will take place at the
home on Saturday. Tho Jubilee will
close on Sunday with an Interesting pro
gram for tho Catholic societies connected
with the home. These Include Knights
of Columbus, St. Vincent do Paul Society.
Phllopatrlan Club and Cahlll Club. The
home was organized during the Civil War
for the orphans of soldiers.
A number of Interesting entertainments
will be given during the week In the
Falls of Sqhuylklll Methodist Episcopal
Church, Queen lano above Ridge avenue,
the occasion being a "rally week" In
Mrs. Edward Legge, of Boston, Is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, Bamuel
Stephenson,' of City avenue, Bala. Mr.
Legge, who spent the week-end ati Bala,
has returned to Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Thompson and
family have closed their bungalow on
Long Island, and are now at their home
on Cynwyd road, Cynwyd.
Mr. and Mrs. C, V. Rell, formerly of 8316
North 17th street, who spent the summer
In Cynwyd have taken a house on City
Miss Frances McManus, of 141J North
18th street, has left for Trinity College,
Washington, where she will resume her
studies this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Besoh, of 1403 West
York street, announce the marriage of
their daughter. Miss Margaret Besch. to
Mr. Leon Wilson Shute, on last Wed
nesday evening. Following an extended
tour of the Great Lakes, Mr. and Mrs.
bhute will make their home In Logan.
Mr, and Mrs. Morris nalbert, of 714
North 2d street, announce the betrothal
of their daughter, Miss Cecelia Halbert,
to Mr. Harris Clarfeld.
Mrs. H. George, of 2301 North Wood
stock street, has returned from a three
weeks' tour of Mt Carmel, Shenandoah,
MInersvllIe and Pottsvllle.
Mr. William Wilkinson and daughter,
Mlsa Nellie Wilkinson, of West Sth street,
have returned home after a visit to Ni
agara Falls and the Great Lakes. They
also visited the Toronto fair and the
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Pratt Howard
have arrived at their home In Moyland
after a delightful motor trip through
New England, where they stopped at all
the principal summer resorts.
BRYN MAWR HORSE SHOW
celebration of the 78th anniversary of
tho church. Last night Prof. Adam
Gelbel gave a lecture Illustrated with
organ solos. Tonight the church choir,
conducted by Mr. Joseph Smith and as
sisted by Miss Rachel I. Mlnsker, or
ganist, will give a very attractive musi
cals. The program for the remainder
of the week Includes: Wednesday eve
ning, a lecture by the Rev. Dr. W. L.
Munhall, with music by the Pentecostal
Band; Thursday night, "Silver Bay
Echoes." being a reproduction of tho
features of the summer conferences at
Silver Bay, and Friday night "The
Children's Festival." drills, recitations
and songs by the Sunday school children.
Under the auspices of the German
Home Society a sauerkraut supper will
be given on Thursday, from 4 to 8 o'clock,
at the Evangelical Home for the Aged,
Old York road and Hunting Park ave
nue. In aid of that Institution.
An illustrated lecture, "A Night In the
East Indies," will be given by Mr. James
Pye on Thursday night, under the aus
pices of the Bible class of St. Ambrose's
Protestant Episcopal Church, Howard
and Ontario streets. The lecturer has
spent eight years In India.
Mrs. Ida PflBterer entertained the Mite
Society of the Roxborough Baptist
Church last night at her home on Ridge
avenue. The members Include Mrs. Rosa
Jones, president; Mrs. Walter Snyder,
secretary; Mrs. Emma Hays, treasurer;
Mrs. Samuel Blrkmlre, Mrs. Harry Hays,
Mrs. Buahrod Hagy, Mrs. Emma Gled
hill. Mrs. Emma Levering, Mrs. Ed
mund Keely, Mrs. Augustus S. Peter
man and Mrs. Harry Heft.
Miss Corlnne Vendlg, of 2206 North
Van Pelt street, will entertain the Olad
wynne Club on Beptember 26, when an
Interesting musical and literary pro
gram, Including a debate, will be given
by the members. The newly elected offi
cers are: President, Mr. Harold Slefeld;
vice president. Miss Helen Wlrtschafter;
treasurer, Mr. Maurice Wlrtschafter;
secretary. Miss Corlnne Vendlg, and
chairman of the Literary Committee,
Mr. Jerome Welntraub.
Camden and Vicinity
Mr. Clarence Munger, of 421 Cooper
street, and Mrs. G. II. Wenthlng, of North
Sd street, are enjoying a 10 days' motor
trip In New England.
Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Jennings, of nod
donfleld, are entertaining Miss Alice
Evans, of Washington, D, C.
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Halllnger
have closed their Ocean City cottage, and
returned to their home at Merchant-vllle.
We have interpreted the most bril
liant of the recently created niodes
in our collection of velvet, satin and
tulle evening gowns for the Fall and
Winter season. v
Tailleur and Trotteur models of
exclusive style diction are now ready
1714 Walnut Street
Miss Carolyn Zerbe, of IM7 Arose
street, will spend the next two months
visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
r, Zerbe, at Zerbe, Pa.
Mr. Margaret Steward Bundqultt an
nounces the betrothal of her son, Mr.
Clayton Wilson Bundqulst, to Miss Bea
trice Earl Ford, of Richmond, Va,
Mrs. William Ambler and her family,
who have been summering In llast
Orange. N. J., have returned to their
home, 3431 North 19th street.
Mr. and Mrs. SaTnuel T. Fox, of 1S2T
West Tioga street, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Emory Frlcke and Miss Charlotte
Frlcke, of 2225 West Tioga street, have
returned from several weeks' stay In
Miss Rebecca Mansbach, of 1515 North
Franklin street, la spending a few weeks
with relatives In Pittsburgh.
Miss Nanoy Ford, of North 8th street.
Is spending several weeks visiting rela
tives and friends In Chicago.
Miss Irene Schwartz, of 1042 North 2d
street, has Just returned from a five
weeks' stay in New York.
On Friday, October 23, the Oaks Club
will hold their 21st grand annual ball at
the Philadelphia Quartet Hall, German
town avenue above Lehigh avenue.
Mr. William Lanlgan, Br., ot Manayunk,
has returned from a visit to York, Pa.
Mrs Peter Glaub. 124 Rloka avenue, Is
visiting relatives In Pottsvllle and Haxle
Mr. William Nickels has announced that
tho regular meetings of the Manayunk
Business Men's Association will be re
sumed for the season. The first meeting
of the fall session will be held tomorrow
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cobden and Miss
Mary White, of 1324 West Allegheny ave
nue, havo returned from tho Catsklll
Mountains, whero they spent the summer.
The 10th anniversary of the Ceramlo
League of Philadelphia will be cele
brated by a banquet at the Adclphla on
the evening of October 11. Mr. Albert
Cobden Is president of the league.
Mrs. Robert Innes, of Rochelte avenue,
Wlssahtckon, has returned from the Dela
ware Water Gap. She was accompanied
by Miss Sarah Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Health, of Penn
street, are spending this month at At
lantic City as the guests of Miss How
ard's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred R. Kuhns, at their cottage
on Rhode Island avenue.
Mrs. J. Wyckoff, of Benson avenue. Fox
Chase, has as her guest for two weeks
Miss Aleta Sharpley, of West Phila
delphia. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bell and family, Mr.
and Mrs. R. Fulweller and son, of Co
lumbia, Pa , and Mr. and Mrs. E. IC
Dommy, of Pittsburgh, Pa, have re
turned to their homes after having spent
a fow days as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Bloch, of Fox Chase.
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Martin and
their daughters, Miss Katherino Martin
and Miss Jessie Martin, have returned
from a 10 days' motor trip, stopping at
the Delaware Water'Gap for three days.
Friends of Mrs. Margaret Helm, of
Media, will be pleased to hear that she
is rapidly recovering from the effects of
an operation she was compelled to un
Mr. Paul Clark will shortly return to
his home In Media. He has been staying
In Chicago for the last month.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Franklin Mathues, of
Swarthmore, are being entertained at a
week-end party In New York by Mrs. II.
What's Doing Tonight
Lecture, "EnBlneerlns Societies ana Pub
licity." toy O. E. Drayer. Engineers' Club, 131T
Bpruce atwet: 8 30 o clock.
Nortbwoat Suatnes! Men, 2338 Columbia ave
nue. 8 o'clock Free.
Flltyeeventh Street Improvement Aaaocla
tlon, Stlnson'a Hall, Olrard avenue and OOth
street; 8 o'clock. Free.
Frankford Hoard ot Trade, Frankford; 8
Lancaster Avenue Business Men. 3830 Lan
caster avenue; 8 o'clock. Free,
notary Club, Kuglefa restaurant.
Suffrage Events Today
equal rnANcmaB society;
Noonday meeting- at 4th and Walnut streets.
Speaker, Miss Uertha Sapovlts.
Noonday meeting at tna Textile Machine
Company, Hancock and Somerset streets.
Speaker. Ulss Anna McCue.
IJO p. m. Meeting at Qraver'a lane and
dermantown avenue. Speakers, Mlsa Bertha
Sapovlts and Mrs. Franklin Spencer Edmonds,
8 ..W p. m. Meeting at Sd and 'Washington
streets. Speaker, Samuel Moyerman.
WOMAN SUFFRAGE PAUTT.
g p. m. Meeting at 40th atreet and Lan
caster avenue. Speakera Dr. Kate W. Bald
win and Mra. M. D. Griffith.
8 s. m. Meeting on City Hall plats. Speaker,
Mlsa Butb Verlenden.
8 p. m. Meeting at Sth atreat and Allegheny
avenue. Speaker, Mrs. J. O. Phillips.
8 p. m. Meeting at Marshall and Poplar
streets. Speaker, Mlsa Eatelle Russel
8 p. m. Meeting; at Sth and Carpenter
streets. Speakers, Mra Marlon Holmes and
A. M. Olmsted,
THB marriage ef Miss Eda O. Wild,
daughter of Mr. Henry Wilde, to Mr.
Clarence B. Krats, of Norrlstown, took
place en Saturday morning at the home
ot the bride's brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Lees M. Sohadet, 4338 Pechln
street, Roxborough. The Rev, Henry
Bchmleder, pastor of the Bethany Lu
theran Church, Martin and Pechln
streets, performed the ceremony, whloh
was followed by a wedding breakfast.
The bride was attended by Miss Viola
Krats, of Norrlstown, the bridegroom's
sister, as bridesmaid, who wore a suit of
dark blue taffota, with a hat of blue
Mr. Harvey Horn, of Norrlstown. was
the beat man. Mr. and Mrs. Krats left on
their honeymoon trip, and upAn their re
turn wilt live at 381 Kraros avenue, Rox
A wedding took place last Tuesday
afternoon at St. Peter's Roman Cathollo
Church. 5th street and Olrard avenue,
when Miss Elizabeth Maurer, of 1B23
North Orkney street, became the bride
of Mr. Walter 8mlth, of Pentisgove. N J.
Mr. Harry Weldmann, ot Pittsburgh,
Full details in Catalog T-44.
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Business Arltb . 8j Architectural Draw'g,
Banjo, li'k'f't, Guitar, Mand'n, Palnt'g (China,
OH, Water Color), Pen'shlp Cor'pcnd., Pub.
School. Violin. f0; Garment Cut'g, Steno'phjr A
TypeWt'g, 110: Vocal Lessons, 112; Combined
nookkeep'g. Stenography & Typewriting, I IB;
Piano, Afternoon Eve. Wilt for Catalor F.
And Its Elementary Schools, opes a
NINTH MO. (September) 21st
ICth and Race Sts.
tBth Bt. and Lancaster Ave.
17th Bt. and Olrard Ave.
Greene Bt. above School Lane, Oermantowaw
Principals In attendanoe after Ninth Mo. 1st.
WM. B. BARRETT, lDtn and Race Bta.
Country Day School for Boys
Opens Beptember tSrd
Vmnigmry Af Wynntitoad, fm.
jut. Olbsen Bell. A. B . B. D., Read Master,
will be at sohool dally, 11 to i.
University of Pennsylvania
WHARTON SCHOOL OF FIIfANCB
Offer Evening; Couraea
Registration evenings, except Baturday, T te ,
Brat. 18 to 24 Sessions begin Sept. it.
LOGAN HALL. 89th AND WOODLAND AVE.
STANDARD Y.M.C.A. COURSES
Gave carfare. Evening School. Dormitory,
Expert Instructors, Individual Method, Swim
mlng Pool, Gymnasium.
West II ranch V. M. O. A., Bid and Ransom.
North llranch Y. M. O. A., 1018 W. Lehigh.
CL-,J OPENS Ma 2IST
jCnOOl AT 8145 A. M.
TANLET R. TA11NALL. PrlaelaeJ
Palmer Business School
sjfcorthana. Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Engllse,
day and ntght sessions. Bend for catalog.
Maroantlle Library Bldg.. 10th above Chestnut.
The Holmetn School walwt bt.
Monteseort through College Preparatory,
pomestle Science. Out-of-door classes.
Eiuapsia ,v. rir, .jfc.i wiiesieyjf rrin.
PREPARATION FOR ANT COLLEGE, ANT
BOAP AND CHERRY WRMWI
FRIENDS SELECT SCHOOL
BOYS 140 N. 1Mb. St-OIRUI
All grades. New eesu
Phils. Sckol of DMign fwr Weasa
BROAD AND MASTK!( BTB.
REOPENS BEPTEMBER 2TTH.
BPMINO OAKBEN INSTITUTE, PJ
Xlaht exmoose Wrtte
JAMM, J". yOUl, Tyteee
POPULAR WITH BRID
was the beat mtm.
Maurer, a sister ef the
After the weddln
tlon was given at the home ef tsja 1
parents, after which Mr. ajvs
left on their honeymoon tri I
The marriage of Miss Dorta DrsH,H'
daughter or Mr. and Mrs. John r. Drm
lln, to Mr Eugene Berkeley Baker', two
place quietly last evening at the heme of
the bride's parents, (250 Parkslde.avnuk
Owing to a reoent death In the family of
the bridegroom only the Immediate tauri
nes and a few very Intimate friends weft
present, and there was no bridal' party.
Following the ceremony Mr. and Mra
Baker left for a trip to Malno and upeit
their return will live at Tli CrealK'Iro
road, where they will be at home aftef
November 1. Mr. Baker's home waa
formerly In Boston where he attended tna
Massachusetts 8chool of Technology be
fore entering the architectural school of
the University of Pennsylvania from
which institution he graduated In 1914. He
was a winner of the Stewardsoa prln
SCHOOL OF KNOINKKKINO
THIS IS 11FXH8TRATION WEEK
Practical Cannes far Employed Mesh
CHEMISTRY four years. Incloatos
General and Analrtlcal Chemistry.
Physics and Mathematics. Opportunity
la given for specialization in Iron and
steel, paints and Varnish, dyslnaj;
bleachlnr and other Industrial llitaa.
A Three years Including Mathematics,
" Machine Design, and Elements of
1.191 Strength of Materials, other Ttchnt'
J-ilJ- cal Courses, Principles of Engineering
ii. Applied Electricity. Architectural
jinn Drawing. Estimating, Architectural
Engineering. 100 other courses. Ex
cellent facilities for laboratory ami
draughting room work. Positions se
cured. Send for catalog, stating Tostr
GSNTRAI, EDUCATIONAL INSTMU1J6
School of Industrial Art
of the Pennsylvania Museum
Broad and Pine Streets. PhUa.
Illusti'atlon. Architecture, Decorative
painting and Sculpture, Pottery,
Metal Work, Industrial Design.
Philadelphia Textile School
Practical Instruction In all branches at
textile deslrnlnr. manufacture, chem
istry and dyeing. Adequate mechan- '
icai equipment, successful graauaiss.
School reonens Brntemher 28
Baturday Classes for teachers, Oct. -j
Evening Classes, October .
LESLIE W. MILLER, Principal
BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL
PRESTON 4432. 4311 WALNUT ST.
Scientific direction of NORMAL CHIL
DREN from 3 to 8 years Auto service.
Supervised outdoor games.
A LECTURE COURSE on the dlreetloai
of Children or pre-echool age. Including:
the study of their physical development,
nutrition and mental activities, will be,
given during the school year 1915-1018, '
MISS HILLS' SCHOOL
1808 srniJCK ST. Twenty-third yeir opem
September 22. Primary. Junior and Benter
rtenartmenta. Little bovs from 6 to 10 year
of age are rtelved In the Primary School.
Certificate admits to Mount llolyoke. Smith,
Swarthmore Vnsaar and Welleslay. Root
garden and gymnasium. i
Mrs. Lyman, Miss Jones, Prlno
M UN LINE BRANCH
ART1MORE. PA. Second year ODens Sent
ber 27. Montessori Kindergarten receives
children between the ages of 3 and 6. Tiee
Primary School admits boys to the age
10 and girls to the age of 14.
Mra. Lyman, Miss Stccn, Principal
Day, Afternoon, Evening and Saturday
Classes; Call or send tor 48-page catalor
booklet, "Education and Buccesa."
NKFP COLLKQE, 1730 Chestnut Street'
SEND YOUR BOY TO
Nazareth Hall Military SdniH
Barest place In America for him
Established In 1783
Rev. S. J. Blum, D.D., Principal
CARLISLE. PA. ' """
CONWAY HALL 'SSSAl? .
Special preparation for Preliminary Lay
Examinations of Pennsylvania.
w. A. uuiuusu.-v, (.arnsie, x'a.
SOUTH BETHLEHEM, PA.
A select school for xlrl" College preparatory e,
finishing courses. Elective studies. AdiL. CSuee
N. SyaDt, Prln., llox 2H. bo. Uetnlehem. P.
WALNUT LANK SCHOOL
232 W. WALNUT LANE. QKRMANTOW
Strong, Oeneral Courae, Domeatle Beteaejt
Dept. Boarding Dept. opens Sept. 38th. Bejf
Dept. opens epu amn.
WASHINGTON, D. O.
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unparalleled facilities for the at
tainment ot a complete saaeieej
education In all branches from the
elementary te the highest artlatle
A School pre-eminent among the
great conservatories of the world be.
cause ot its distinguished faessliy,
original methods. Individual Imiroo
tlon, high Ideals, breadth of culture
and moderate coat.
A School ot widest prestige, foaaded
upon the suoeess ot Its graduates an
students In position of musical re
sponsibility. Eighteen Combe OraJnalss Ac
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