Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, October 02, 1915, Final, Page 9, Image 9

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AN ENGAGEMENT OF INTEREST
ANNOUNCED IN TORRESDALE
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson Announce Their Daughter's
Betrothal to Mr. Downing Miss Warden's
Receiving Party Other Affairs
Mil. AND MRS. 1IENIIT D. PATTEn
SON, of Torrcsdale, announce th
engagement of their daughter, Miss Mae
Durosa Patterson, to Mr. Spencer B.
Downing1, eon of Mm, Robert W. Down
ing, of 1G24 Locust street.
Mrs. William M. Hunk, of Haverford
Court, Haverford, announces the be
trothal of her daughter, Miss Edith Hoi
eey Hunk, to Mr. J. Thomas Llgget, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard 11. Llg-get, of 133
South ISth street. Miss Hunk Is the sla
ter of Miss Evelyn S. Runk, Mr, Marshall
H. Runk, Mr, and Mrs. II. Ten Rroeck
Runk and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Darcrott
Hunk. Mr, Llgget Is a member of the
Merlon Cricket Club.
, .
Ono of the most attractive of the
debut parties to bo given this fall will
bo tho dancing tea for Miss Agnes
Drocklc, to be Riven by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William O Warden, of Red
date. School House lane, on Saturday,
October 18. The receiving party will In
clude Mrs. William C. Morgan, Mrs.
William Hrocklc, Mrs. William Gray
Warden, Miss C. Eleanor Pepper, Miss
Theodora K. Llllle, Miss Sarah C. Nell
son. Miss 'Mariana W. dowen, Miss Eliz
abeth Norrls, Miss Madcllno Carey, of
Tuxedo; Miss Elizabeth W, Downs, Miss
Sarah Franklin and Miss Elizabeth Grif
fiths. A dinner dance for EO guests will
follow the tea.
Mrs. Charles B. Wright has Issued In
Tltatlons to a tea, which will be given
on. Wednesday afternoon, October 20,
from 4 until 7, at her homo In St. Mar
tin's, to lntroduco Miss Mary Eleanor
Bohlcn. Tho card of Miss Rohlen's
mother, Mrs. Woodvlllo Bohlen, Is In
closed The marrlngo of Miss Edwlna Elklns
Bruncr to C. A. Heckschcr Wcthcrill will
be solemnized In this city next Saturday
Instead of Elklns, W. Va.. as was for
merly planned. The ceremony will bo
held at noon In St. James" Protestant
Episcopal Church, I2d and Walnut streets.
The change In the plans was occasioned
by the Illness of ono of tho servants In
the household at Elklns. Mrs. William
Caner Wledcrsclm, Miss Druner's mother,
was advised by physicians to postpone
the wedding for a few days, but rather
than Inconvenience her guests, who had
made preparations for the affair, Mrs.
WIederselm decided to have the wedding
here.
Mr. and Mrs. William Masters Camac,
who have been passing the summer at
Bar Harbor, Me., will roturn tho middle
of October to tholr home, 2131 Walnut
street.
The Compass Auction Club, conducted
by Mrs. George A. Brooke, at tho New
Century Club, 124 South 12th street,, will
resume Its meetings on Monday morning,
November 1. The class will meet every
Monday morning during tho winter.
Mrs. William Townsend Wright, Mrs.
Reno Gulllou Hare, Mrs. Theodore E.
Wledershclm, Mrs. William Carmalt Scull,
MIbs Mary L. Scull, Mrs. Sheldon Catlln,
Miss Adeline L. Fisher Pepper, Miss
Marian Mulford, Miss Eugenia Law, Miss
Elizabeth Carpenter, Miss Eleanor S.
Carpenter, Miss Elizabeth S. Myers, Miss
Marian Myers and Miss Elizabeth B.
Montgomery nro nmong tho committee
appointed to assist Mrs. Thomas T. Wat
pon for the. dance to be given In connec
tion with the harvest home fete to be
held at Walmarthon, the residence of Mr.
"end Mrs. Charles. S. Walton at St
David's on Thursday, October 11. Tho
dance will be given on the broad piazzas
surrounding the house, which will be
elaborate decorated with a fanciful
scheme of Illumination.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson Curtln.
who have been motoring through the
White Mountains, have returned and are
occupying Brentwood, their country place
at Rosemonttfor the early autumn, where
they will shortly have as their guest their
daughter, Jllrs. Lawrence J. Drengle, of
Morrlsto, N. J.
A delightful supper and dance will be
given tontuht at tho attractive Motor
boat Clubhouse on the Schuylkill River
by Mr. and Mrs. E. Clark Rawlins, of
Roxborough. About 40 guests will be
J present, and the decorations will bo un
usually attractive. Beautiful variegated
roses ' will decorate tho tables, while
witches' hats, cute Mandarin hats with
queue and Japanese parasols attached,
and airship balloons, which when released
from the guest's place will float around
the room, causing quite a little merri
ment, will be anions the novel features.
Tho guests will Include Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick C. Newbourgh, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen B. Tlly, Mr, and Mrs. Herbert
J. Tlly. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kinder, Mr.
and Mrs. J. V, E. Titus, Mr. and Mrs.
William J. Ayres, Mr and Mrs. Maurice
D Long, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeburgcr,
Mr. and Mrs. John Storey Eberbach, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Samuel Stephenson, Mr. and
Mrs. Martin P. Glynn, Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Plckford, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin G.
Child, Mr. and Mrs. J, Charles Parry,
Mrs. Anna Lawson, Miss Edith Walton.
Miss Helen Baker, Miss Elsie Mlltenl
berger. Miss Mabel Mlltenberger, Mr.
William Schultz and Mr. Thomas Maskle.
.T)pnlt tha ifclement weather, the
country fair at llansdowno will bo held
today.
Along the Main Line
NARBERTH Mrs. Emmor Marsh and
Miss Harriet Marsh, of 808 South Nar
berth avenue, are spending two weeks
with Mrs. Marsh's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
T, J. Phillips, of Atglen, Pa.
BRYN MAWR-Mrs. Wlkoff Smith, of
Morris avenue, Is entertaining Miss Eliza
beth Harrison and Mr.f John Harrison, of
ftorrlstown.. ,
Miss Annie E. Gallagher entertained a
number of friends at the Horse Show
yesterday,
ROSEMONTV-Mra. Edwin H. Fitler, of
Montgomery avenue, has been giving a
number of box parties at the Horse Bhow
during the week. On Thursday Mrs. Fil
ler gave a small luncheon,
BT. DAVID'S-Mr. and Mrs, Thomas B.
Walton and tholr two little daughter
have left on a motor trip to Lako Mo
hawk, N. T.. where they will Join Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Walton and Miss
Martha Walton, who are returning by
motor from Klneo, Me., to Walmar
thwr, their home In St. David's.
Friends of Mr. Harry K. Leonard, Jr.,
wilt be glad tq know that he Ja recover.
' lnjr'from his severe accident anJ able
.to go to Atlantic City, where Mr. and
Mf. Leonard are stopping- at the Tray-
WAYNE-Mr, and Mrs. J. H,.Jefferls
have sent out Invitations for the marriage
of their daughter, Muu Katherlne Martin
JelTwIs and Mr. Leon Whtdden Stetson,
t 'Boston, Mass., to take place at their
hpi on Tuesday evening, October w,
1, at 7 o'clock. A reception will follow
'Mtf ceremony,
"Mr, and Mrs. William "Wood and family
have closed their cottage at Spring- Lake,
N. J., and, return to tfelr home ot Lan-
.Wtr avast.
,, Mfr U4 Mm. Jf. V, P. fJewtts aava re-
V" to tktr hcaase m WaJswt kvumm.
retarned from Atlantlo City to the
Knoll, their home at Ithan.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Newhall, of The
Old Place, have returned from James
town, R. I.
Germantown
Miss Eleanor I, Town, of Short Hills,
N. J., will be the guest of her slater, Mrs.
William Buehler, 512 East Johnson street,
during October.
The Friday Current Events Club will
hold Its opening meeting on Friday,
October t. In tho parlor of the Young
Women's Christian Association, German
town avenue and Price street. The fol
lowing officers have boen eteoted for the
ensuing year: President, Mrs. E. M. Hull!
vice president, Mrs. J. J. FlUslmmons;
secretary, Miss Margaret E. Wayhurstj
treasurer, Mrs. Dixon.
Miss Mary Craig, of 281 West Walnut
lane, has returned from an- extended
stay In Atlantlo City.
Mr. James McMahon, of TOG Locust ave
nue: Mr. Michael Manning, of 5703 Ger
mantown avenue, and Mr. Peter P. Mc-
Rvnr. rtt K707 n.,nian4fun ..... l.-..-
----. ... -.-. ... ia.,,wn n.V'IIU llttvg
Just returned from a motor trip to Al-
luiuowri, x'a
. Along the Reading
Mr. and Mrs. George Klotz, of Chelten
avenue, Oak Lnne, will entertain at a
theatre party this evening In honor
of their daughter, Miss Mario Klotz.
Their guests will Include Miss Marlon
McCarthy, Mr. Edward Kuhn and Mr.
Walter Duncan. Dinner will be served
to tholr guests at tho St. James.
A watermelon party was given to Miss
Josephine Nachod, of Horace avenue,
Ablngton last night by some of her
friends. Those present were Miss Ger
trude Wells. Miss Dorothy Dunlap, Miss
Esther Passlster. Miss Clair Fusse, Miss
Beatrice Kuhn, Miss Pauline Prlmm, Miss
Marlon Graham, Miss Ethel Graham,
Miss Martha Tyson, Miss Lillian Burke,
Mies Margaret Conley, Miss Adclo Fuller,
Miss Agnus Kirk, Mr. Harry Gllpham,
Mr. Henry Thomas. Mr. Phillip Tyson,
Mr. Albert Maxwell, Mr. Hugh Wood,
Mr. Ralph Talley, Mr. Franlc Mullln.
Mr. Kirk Smith, Mr. Jack , Berry. Mr.
Thomas Berry, Mr. Alfred Dunn, Mr.
Walter Foulkrod, Mr. Jack Smith and
Mr. Harry Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. William Howard, of
Ablngton, will have as their guests for
Reveral weeks Mr. and Mrs. Millard
HInes, of Petersburg, Va.
Miss Evelyn Cully, of 415 Concord ave
nue, Wilmington, will arrive today at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goll,
of York road, where she will be the
gueBt of Miss Vivian Goll for two weeks
A number of entertainments aro being
planned for Miss Cully.
Miss Pauline Schlag, of Cheltenham, has
been entertaining Miss Frances Kauss, of
Wilmington, Del., for several days.
Lansdowne
More than 75 members of the Lans
downe Council of the Knights of Co
lumbus will take part In the flag raising
which will take place at St. Francis'
Home at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Tho
parade will form at their clubhouse on
Baltimore avenue and march to St.
Francis. Representatives from the Army
and Navy Union, the Fire Company,
Camps of the Sons of Veterans and other
organizations will also take part. An
address will be made by Mr. John V
Loughney, of La Crosse avenue; Mr.
James A. Flaherty, tho Rev. Father X.
Wastl, and ex-Senator Coyle. Among
the knights who, will parade will be Mr.
James A. Barrow, Mr. Thomas Farren,
Mr. E. L. Mlngey, Mr. John Sullivan,
Mr. Alexander Morris, Mr. Thomas Foy,
Mr. Joseph McDevItt, Mr. William J.
Uhl, Mr. Andrew V. Kane, Mr. John C.
Schuppet, Mr. James McCulley, Mn
James McCuIlough and Mr. William F.
Culhane.
Mrs. Frank Moore announces the be
trothal of her daughter, Mary Gertrude
Moore, to Mr. -Harry David Wagner, or
Philadelphia, formerly of Hanover, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Colladay and fam
ily, of Ridley Park, returned yesterday
from spending the summer at Ocean
City.
During October, November and Decem
ber the regular Saturday evening dances
at trio Spring Haven Country Club will
be held every Saturday night. They are
October 9 and 23, November 6 and 23 and
December 4 and 18.
Roxborough
Mr. J. Lodgo Nicholson will give n
bachelor dinner tonight at Kugler's for
Mr. Charles Galnford Cope.
The Northwest District Baptist Young
People's Union held the fall rally In the
Falls of Schuylkill Baptist Church on
Queen lane. Rev. W. E. Chalmers, sec
retary of the Philadelphia Young People's
Union, gave an entertaining and Instruc
tive address on "Hitting the High Spots."
South Philadelphia
The many friends of the Rev. George
Herbert Toop, D. D., of 332 South 21st
street, rector of the Church of the Holy
Apostles, 21st and Christian streets, will
be very glad to learn that he Is gradually
recovering from his recent serious illness,
Mr. and Mrs. James Curran, of 2655
South Juniper street, entertained this
week In honor of Mr, and Mrs. John
McCormack and family, who have Just
arrived from Belles Hill, Scotland. The
guests wore Mr, .and Mrs. John Qulnn
and Mr. and Mrs. John McCaughan.
Girard Farms
Mrs. Charles A. Lull, wife of Lieu
tenant Lutz, U. 'S. M. C, has as her
guest at the present time, her father,
Mr. Hiram Seelye, of Atlantlo Beach,
Florida. Mrs. Lute's mother arrived In
the city a short time ago, and both
parents will remain at her home, 2337
South 21st street, until the end of
October.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorre Van H. Potter,
have closed their residence at 2503 Bouth
20th street, and have gone to Atlantlo
City, where they expect to remain for
about a. year.
Mr, and Mrs. 3, R. Cummtngs, formerly
of Bala, have taken a house at 2129 Porter
street, In the Girard Farms, for the win
ter. Their daughter, Mrs. H. A. Sutton,
and her children will spend the winter
with them.
DANCING
The Oakes, 12tk & Ontario Sts.
The School of Clean Dancing
ADULTS' BEGINNERS CLAW. MONDAY,
TUESDAY. THiml)AV & VKL KV'dS.
RsctptKm Wad. Sc Sat. Evgs.
CHILDREN'S CLASH SAT. 3 P. M.
Th OrijU-q Mwl of OM P-aetog
XTWHITE'S
NEW DANOgPALACB
g. B. Cor. lHh ClUsWMUY T., M How,
&CtA WftJTsk yjij1gg:
EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, SATUBDAT, OCTOBER
West Philadelphia
Miss Carolyn MeCay, who has been
visiting Miss Martha Whltmer at 4701
Klngsesslng avenue, has returned to her
home In Baltimore.
Mra. Helen Waters will glTe a birth
day party tonight In honor of her
daughter, Miss Helen B. Waters, at their
home, tSlt Pearl street There will be
muilo and dancing during the evening.
The guests will Include Miss Helen Cal
lahan, Miss Mae Haggerty, Miss Jane
Haggerty, Miss Frances McMcnlman,
Miss Mae Milter, Miss Katherlne Coons,
Mr. Joseph McDonald, Mr. George O'Nell,
Mr. Daniel Leary, Mr. James Haggerty,
Mr, Joseph Haggerty, Mr. Thomas Mills,
Mr. Thomas Dowd, of Norrlatown, Mr.
Samuel Carelly and Mr. Franlc Mc
Carthy. Mr. and Mrs. Louis K. Clafty, of 21S
South 49th street, are entertaining as
their guest Mrs. J. Btanley Hanford, of
Fort Worth, Tex.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Carpel, of 8944
Girard avenue, are receiving congratu
lations on the birth of a son. Sidney Her
bort Carpel.
Miss Rose Segal entertained a number
of her friends at her home, 1803 Bouth
Falrhlll street, Sunday evening. The
guests were aa follows:
J Miss Ida Brlnn, Miss Anna Derringer,
Ilss Anna BorlBh, Miss Lena Byben,
Miss Reba M. Kohn, Miss Bessie Rosen
berg. Miss Eatelle Bchlesslngcr, Miss
Pauline Schuster, Miss Bella Segal, Miss
Bella Shapiro.
Mr. I. Alkrude, Mr. Harry Balls, Mr.
II. Baylcson, Mr. George Burrlson, Mr.
Samuel Corson, Mr. Charles Derringer,
Mr. Harry Goldstein, Mr. Charles Kess
ler, Mr. Howard Kates, Mr. Albert
Laschner, Mr. M. Llpschutz, Mr. Dr.
Charles Selgal, Dr. Charles Woorman,
Mr. Hart.
North Philadelphia
A number of the school set were enter
tained this afternoon at tea by Mies Lor
raine Shcrwood-Stahl. Among those
present were Miss Marlon Tark, Miss
Ella Brunet, Miss Ruth DIbert. Miss
Marian Wclhenmayer, Miss Anna Sykes,
Miss Estclle Laubcr, Miss Leonetto Rch
fuss and Miss Dorothy Zurn.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Oberholtzer, of 2301
North Woodstock street, have Just re
turned from a delightful trip to Trenton.
Miss Florenco Redden, of 2050 North 25th
street, gave a luncheon and shower today
at her home In honor of Miss Mary t.
Clausen, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wil
liam H. Clausen, of 2512 Diamond street,
whose marriage to Mr. Thomas Irving
Rankin will take place on October 7. Au
tumn flowers and ferns formed the very
attractive decorations. The guests In
cluded Miss Marie Van Rodcn, Miss Bea
trice Van Roden, Miss Adelaide Pries,
Miss Martha Harley, Miss Mary Bennett
and Miss Grace Ilaupt.
Mr. and Mrs. Russoll Wilson, of 1924
North Park avenue, have closed their cot
tage at Chelsea and have been the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCaulley, of
49th and Catharine streets, on an automo
bile tour through the White Mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Btackhouse, of 1813
North 22d street, have returned homo
after summering at Wlldwood.
Northeast Philadelphia
Mr. and Mrs. B. Grabowsky and fam
ily, of 1525 North 6th street, have returned
from Atlantic City, where they have been
spending tho summer at their cottage.
Mrs. B. Brown, of Denver, Col., who
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. Kahn, of 1815
Clearfield street, has Just returned from
a short Btay at Asbury Park.
Mr. Murry Rlngold, of NcwYork. who.
has been tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Rlngold, of 2030 Frankford avenue, has
left for Norfolk. Va,, where he will re
main -for several months.
A "500" will be given this evening at
the home of Miss Florence Scanlln. of
2316 East Cumberland street. Among those
present will be Miss Nan McGarvey, Miss
Florence Cramps, Mrs. J. Crnlu. Miss
Mary Crouse, Mr. Victor Frld, Mr. Ed
ward Gregg, Mr. Henry Sparks and Mr.
John Squires.
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An announcement of Interest In the so
cial circles of this part of the city Is
the engagement of Miss Mary Sonne
born, of 4237 North 7th street, to Mr.
James Lappln, which was recently an
nounced at a luncheon given by Miss
Henrietta Collins.
The All-Philadelphia Club will give a
straw ride to National Park thla eve
ning and will leave from Its clubhouse,
2421 Frankford avenue.
On Friday evening, November 12, the
Eleven o'clock Club of Kensington will
hold Its 15th grand nnnual ball at Co
lumbia Hall, 2d and Norrls streets.
Mr. William Elder, Mr. George Gray
and Mr. Clarence Katz are spending two
weeks at Mr. Elder's bungalow at Stone
Harbor.
Notice for the Society page will be
accepted and printed In the Evening
Ledger, lit all such notice, muit be
written on one aide of the paper, mult be
aimed In fall, with foil address, anil
when possible telephone number muat lr
clven.
Bend all auch communications to
"Society Editor," Evening Ledger,
COS Cheatnut atreet.
Unless tbeae requirements are carried
out ao that verification may be possible,
the notice will not be publlabed.
DANCING
MARTEL'S ACADEMY
1710 NORTH BROAD STREET
RECEPTION EVERY WEDNES
DAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY
noth'a Danjorln Orchestra Latest Musle.
Beginners' Class Tuesday Night
FOLI.OWED ny RECEPTION ORCHESTRA
PROF, J. F, Frlotl, lot of Dance it Dance
land, and alia BUZA.UBTII COPB, lata of
OanUn of Danoet, Atlantlo Citv.
INSTItUCTOIia AND DEMONSTRATORS
Frivol Lona Daily . Bend for Ttrmt.
CLABBEB TAUOHT IN OR OUT OF CITY
Competent Lady and Gentlemen Attlitanti.
LOESER'S
NIXON THEATRE BLDQ.
34 South E2d St.
Classes Tuesday A Friday with Orchestra.
oW Continuous Dancing 2u
Herman's Celebrated Orchestra
Formerly of Danue Da DaoceUnd
Barrett's Vocal Banjo Orchestra
Fine Blncers and Entertainers.
EXCLUSIVE SOCIETY NIGHT
UeslnnlnsT Next Wednesday, Oct. 6.
ItECLI'TIONS MONDAY & BATUIIDAT
Practice Class Erery Friday Aft., 4 to I,
Wagner Dancing School dtr8SAd
Scholars' Practice Dance
LINE LESSON, 8 P. M. ORCHESTRA 8 ISO.
Mon., Tues. and Thursday Evrs.
g Practice Class raiDTP -cbaecurkND
Trial Lesson amission
Special Dance Wednesday Evg.
uia Dance Parnlval N,xt 8t-
MUSICAL lJu,tc UanilViM Evening
2 Real Orchestras ,?,?,; Director
KERR
C. ELLWOOD CARPENTER STUDIO. 1111
Chestnut. lSasart prl. Instruction day and arc
Adults- oUh Mon.. Taura. and Frt. srsMsss.
Mich ilehool c1m Tue. and Vrl. afternoon.
CstMaa'a a, S-tucaar afternoon.
WROE'S XBHTM THHATMK BLDQ.,
" V""i Aoult CU-s (u, KrUWr. Oct. 8.
CnMsi" Riiio-y a4 oWtuAay 'AKentooaa!
C3SS: Rey aM tiW 'jJUri'.
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BjKjRaHvBajjgsssfcOHBttsaaspB
rhoto by 3, Mitchell Elliot.
MISS CONSTANCE BURNS
popular member of tho younger set, who is acting as on aide at
tho country fair, which is being held at Lansdowno today.
Tioga
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McFadden and
their daughters. Miss Alice McFndden
and Miss Edna McFadden, .of S260 North
Broad street, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Brouse, of 2241 North Broad street, will
leave today tor an automobile trip to
Albany, Lake George, Saratoga Springs
and Thousand Islands.
Miss1 Marian Bertolet, of 3516 North
18th street, Is visiting friends at Head
ing, Pa.
Delaware County
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Byres, of Media,
aro visiting relatives in Harrlsburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Markley have
returned from their wedding trip to
Niagara Falls and are occupying tholr
new home In Media. Mrs. Markley was
Miss Melynda White, of Wllllamsport.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hussell, of
Media, have returned from a month's
visit to their daughter In Moslnee, Wis.
The Civic Association of nidley Park
has elected the following to serve for
1915-16: Borough Beautiful. Mrs.' Mar
garet" Ybungj Flower Show, Mrs. John
D. Shattuck, chairman; Property and
Publlo Welfare, E. J. Berlet, chairman;
Hospitality, Miss E. E. Stamey; Photo
Contest and Exhibition, R. Louis Lloyd;
Postal Delivery, William E. Brooks;
Bird Encouragement and Protection,
William J. .Wvat. Vacant Lots. Fred J.
Mitchell: Health and Sanitation. Dr. L.
A. Klein; Membership, Mrs, H. W Buse;
Nature Study, C. Victor Cross; Council,
J. W. Meckert; Tree Preservation,
Thomas M. Kellogg.
Wilmington
Dr. and Mrs. J. Harmer nile have Is
sued Invitations for the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Helen Harmer Rile, to
Mr. Walter Rosslter Robinson, to take
place at tho bride's home, 617 Delaware
avenue, Tuesday night. October 19, at 7
o'clock. The Rev. Herbert Randolph,
minister of Orace Methodist Episcopal
Church, will officiate.
The marriage of Miss Christine Fritz
and Mr. Wlllard Hall Porter, Jr., will
take place October 16, In the presence of
the Immediate families.
Suffrage Events Today
WOMAN SUFFnAOB PARTY.
S.T50 Mat atreet and I'olnt Ilreeza avenue:
speakers, Mra. J. O. Phillips and M. C. En.
sard.
8:30 8omerton, near Byberry road, Estolle
Russell and Dr. Kate W. Baldwin.
8:30 Uroad and Rockland streets, May
Macken and Graham Coze Woodward.
Neff College-
"Only one In 25,000 people think." Dr.
Eucken, University of Jena.
"The American, people do not think."
Helen Keller.
"At .least two out of every 25.000 can
think." Dr. Montarue, Prof, of Philos
ophy, Columbia University.
"Of the twenty or mora powers of a
well.rounded man. not over a fourth are
used by the people generally." Dr. Nstr.
How can I sain mora from life. In sat
isfaction and In money?
Hera Is tha answer I)y using your un
used powers.
Bend for "Education and Bucoeaa." It
will Interest you.
Day, Saturday and Evening classes now
openlnc. New catalor.
1730 Chestnut Street
HOMEMAKING COURSES
Household Management
Marketing
Cooking and Plannlnr of Meats
Claasea and Private Instruction
MIBS MARGARET C. LIMERICK
11B a 42D 8TREBT
The Phillips Brooks School
Boys' school, opposite Clark Park. Athletto
neld adj'ns bids;. Larse full-equipped syra
naalum. Experienced teacher. Year Book.
Howard 8. Eltxal, Hdm. 4224 Baltimore ave.
TUB EASTERN CARTOON SCHOOL, & It.
cor, loth & Cheatnut bta. Pernonal Instruc
tion by well-known Philadelphia Cartoonists.
Commercial and newspaper art. Vail term
opens October 11th. Write for booklet.
Harton K. lluntlnatun. Director of Art.
NOYES SCHOOL chkst'n'utst.
Practical Training in Correct English, Elo
cution, Public Sneaking, Stage Work.
JOIN OUK PLAYIIHB CLUII
Strayer's Business College
got-MT Chestnut St., I'hlla.
Practical courses. Moderate prices. Poeltlona
guaranteed. Day jfc nlghA aesslons. Enroll now.
ITALIAN LESSONS oBwi!o wTi"
BFJCURB ANOTHER. L, 257. Ledger Central.
Tk Wai.'.m Ph Charter School A
KiallT XOUTH TWELFTH STUBS!
MTth Tear Ojtena aWMaber
lUHKK MUtt. WlTMKUsUPOOM BUM.
College. LV, Meat- Day. v'g. Mass-. ejt
JAJIJM jr. WgAiTs .tfP...
Frankford
Mrs. F. L. Degener, Jr., and daughters,
Miss Mary Degener and Miss Grace Dege
ner, have returned to their homo on Penn
street after a week's stay at the Mount
Pleasant House, Mount Pocono, Pa.
Announcement Is made of the betrothal
of Miss Linda Threlfall, of 1818 KInsey
street, to Mr. Ferdinand Melsner, of
Brldesburg.
Tho members of the DIsston Memorial
Presbyterian Church will hold a reception
In tho church Tuesday evening In honor
of their new pastor, the Rev. J. Marshall
Linton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wesley Twelves will
bo at home after next week at 5207 Bal
timore avenue. Mrs. Twelves, before her
marriage last week, was Miss Rachel V.
Ullchrlst, of 1620 Dyre street, Frankford.
Camden and Vicinity
Miss Marlon T. Bird, daughter of Mrs.
E. F. Bird, of Camden, will be the guest
of Miss Isabel Reynolds, of Bryn Mawr,
during the Horse Show.
Mrs. John Starr, of 5th and Linden
streets, will leave next Wednesday for a
montns visit to ner sister In Toledo, O.
Mrs. Benjamin Boyer, of 521 Linden
street. Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Clar
ence Binder; in the South. Mrs. Binder
rormerly lived on Penn street, near 6th,
and was president of the Women's Club.
Mrs. Marvin A. Street, of Broadway
and Stevens street, will return tomor
row from a visit to relatives at Cleve
land, Ohio.
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' BISHOPTHORPE MANOR
ts- ' IJ JjL C ,
2. 1915:
iATT?.r.r.TiMn rt?.t.tjcs to prwri
ALONG THE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Towimn4. at Of
brook, Bride of Mr. Clarence H. Ckrk, 8d-4B
Halbach, of Wayne, and Doctor Hill to Wd
ONE of tho most Important 01
fall vuMlnr InOk DlSCO tOdST t
noon, when Miss Eleanor Townsend.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B.
Townsend, of najmham, Orerbrook, be
came the bride of Mr. Clarence) K.
Clark, Sd. Tho ceremony took place
In the Church of Saint Asaph, Bala, and
was performed by the itev. iibjtuh
B. Wright, the rector. The brides only
attendants were hor sisters, Mrs. Qeorg
Jaques, of Uoston. Miss Townsend wore
an exquisite sown of white aucnoss auo
witt in..- ..in tivjtt which the soft
veil of hand-mado' net, edged with lace.
fell in graceful rows.
The matrons of honor were gowned
ntii,A in mif.m1am taffeta., trimmed In
mauve, with mauve straps over the
shoulder, and the sKirts wore mauo in
pannier effect, trimmed with tiny mauve
flowers. Their hats were of gold net
trimmed with mauve tullo, and they car
ried yellow orchids.
Mr. Effingham B. Morris, Jr., acted
as beat man, and tho ushers Included
r- ll.v.n.p in.. Vin.ll XTr. IVIlll&m
..... fl.VAClUC, WWAV ...., .. -
Churchman, Mr. rcrcy C. Madeira, Jr.,
... . ... .. . . . i.i. .
Air. AiDert smun, Air, uouen unuin, -"
Ilobert Qllpin Ervln. Mr. Herbert Jaques,
Vtn.tnn. Xt m TaVm T TTntl In ir wnH h Mf.
Norman Story Mackle, Mr. Palmer Town-
scno, Air. .Laurence Morgan, uusion.
A wedding DreaKiast at mo nome 01
tVi fcHAn'a nflr.nl, fnllnwnit thn CATA-
tnony. Mr. and Mrs. Clark will make
their home in Merlon.
HIIA-UALBACn.
A very pretty wedding will take place
this evening at 8 o'clock at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Halbach, of 305
East Lancaster avenue, when their
daughter, Miss Elsa WUhelmlna Halbach,
will becomo tho bride of Dr. Lcroy E.
Hill, of Hazleton, Pa. The ceremony will
be performed by the Rev, John E. Hill,
of Philadelphia, brother of the bride
groom. Miss Halbach, who will be given In
marriage by her father, will wear a
beautiful gown of white crepe meteor
and Georgette crepe, made with a court
train. Her tullo veil will be caught with
orange 'blossoms, and she will carry a
shower bouquet of bride roses and lilies
of the valley.
Miss Helen Louise Halbach, a sister of
the bride, who will be maid of honor,
will wear a frock of pink silk draped
with white Georgette crepe and trimmed
with white fox fur. She will carry a
shower bouquet of pink roses.
Doctor Hill will have as best man Dr.
Philip Schwartz, of Philadelphia.
Only the Immediate families and a few
Intimate friends will be present durng
the ceremony, which will be followed by
a large reception, after which Doctor and
Mrs. Hill will leave for an extended wed
ding Journey, and upon their return will
live at 233 Lenoir avenue, Wayne. They
will bo at home after January L
EVANS-PARK.
A very pretty wedding took place this
afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. CHarles W. Evans, of
King of Prussia, when their daughter.
Miss Athalla Wilson Evans, was married
to Mr. George It. Park, Jr., of Wayne.
The house was beautifully decorated
with laurel and hydrangeas. The
Friends' ceremony was used, the bride
and bridegroom standing under a bower
of laurel and white asters. The bride's
UUN3LKVA URIES oj
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ESTEY HALL, Walnut at 17th St.
Advanced pupils thoroughly in
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and prepared for positions as teachers.
Special bourse in higher English.
THE SCHOOL OF PRACTICE
Accepts beginners at a nominal cost
and develops them carefully and with
out loss of time from the primary
through the advanced grades along
rhythmic, melodic methods.
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and will resume teaching October 1st
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SCHOOL OF 1'IANOFOKTIS PI.AYINO
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Children's Department.
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French and German Diction
In Phil. Frldaya 1 to 0. Saturdays B to B.
Fuller Ilulldlns, 10 Bo. 18th Street
New York Studio, 118 Meet 7id Ht.
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1'IANO, OKUAN, HINOINO, T1IEOKY
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SAMUEL S. DUNK
PIANO THEORY
DwUht Wide".. SO H. lth Street.
HELES ACKROYD Vole Cufiura
HAMILTON - Art of Slnclnc
Contralto Soloist Church of the Holy Trinity,
BIUBIB, gvstvj timu, ,,,u mi inn en.
ARHURST
Voice, l'lano and Directing.
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ROMA1NE CALLKWDER, Prln. loth season.
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lilt CMSUrTMCT sVT. ! CATHAMNK WW,
STUDY VIOLIN
VJHsSBe sKeeBwVafBjBH s V.sHp
f. ' mM Oroam PUkm.
?!3m.
MAIN LIKK TOlKi
own was of heavy wfctto atte
M ;VV,," ' ?"" V5F
.il . "'ier oraenc, or ween UIH
$!".- h."?. wne e4,v.
vZ V? J?ri,1ralls, -whs. nn M
J? "Iti " EJMn. Mis Mary 8. CU
ton. Mlaa naht t i ' .
"h J Moore. Mlw EKoTirtfSrS
ft i11.1".01 W' Wlte0. -rJ"11
ruffUd Bk,rt "" : Iw
ender and two pink, and thay eoh smr
color of their gowns.
The flower girl. IKUe Mag Star
Thomas, wore a drew of net rvmm
E.? t1afetta JMkt and oetrrte, i,
KBt Or nlnv . ...
" ". tci UUU,
CTTrlnrrl aJ f eim. - ..
Mr. Charles M. Evhns, brother of U
Wayne, waa the best man.
EICHMK I.IEBKRT.
- u V "wus wi piwom
iUAiu(uuKii mis morninr wnen J
r ranrM imvia T.fiTn- t . .!.-
ite Mr. Peter Llebert, became the brKJ
u& AJl, A'UWWlTn A llMMMAMn h. 1
J,,.,,,,,nto aji. uwj
niuiijr wuh solemnized in thoChurch
tho Asaumntlnn ne ih. -bi.-T-m
--- . -.. w -, .viu.uuwi vir
Miaij. vunHrrnn .imii, .mm.. Lk-- -.
aNuntlal Mian th maim h is.
A. Gantert. eirrtrlAttnv tu. t.Ls-. - . i
. ---. ...0. a.q itinn hih. ,
""" " quiiio wmu lace) araped rrj
' 'er rune veil waa arranged ntl
umiiKe oioflaoms snn t,.m,a . tt.. ,
of the court train. Orchids were f
bined with Utiles of the valley In
bouquet. Mrs. Peter P. Llebert atte
the bride as matron of honor,
gown was of pink pussy wlllof""'
A pink hat and a shower bouqu1
ruees completed ner costume. "" J
Doctor Elchman had for his
Mr. Peter P. Llebert, After the -.
a wedding breakfast, Xorb-tf7l ,
tho young couple, was held at ,tM
of the bride, 327 Green lane. Ti&iag
Mrs. Blchman left for an extend
ney and will be at homo after Ja
nt 410 Lyceum avenue, noxbOTOui-"""
SMITH-SHARP
A quiet wedding will take placQ
In St. Luke's Protestant Episcopal O
when Miss Katherlne Sharp, daugl
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sharp, of 5S16
nolia avenue, will become the brft
Mr. nalph P. Smith. The Rev, Sa
Upjohn will officiate. Miss Sharp,
will be unattended, will wear a darj
traveling suit, blue1 hat and a cc
bouquet of pink rosebuds.
Mr Smith will have as best me
brother, Mr. Roy Smith. After a
tended wedding Journey Mr. and
Smith will bo at home after Noyt,
1, at E310 Magnolia avenue. -
WRIGHT-BELIGMAN fa
The marriage of Miss Florence.C.
man, daughter of Mrs. Charlotte K.
man, and Mr. Maurice T. Wrlgtt
take place tomorrow at noon In tha
nome, loss ituscomo street. Dr. ..
Krauskopf will officiate. A wd
breakfast will follow, after whlcVne
Mrs. Wright will leave on ihet wln
trlp, and on their return wlU
after November US. -i.. e
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.pread
di a
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hadn't
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detail
Coitttt3ft
All branches of Muslo. '
and Sramatlo Art. Facult.Ur playsl
of twenty-seven eminent a of four
enced artlata. " ,, 'jfi.
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ORGAN, PIANO AND THE
Orran pupils vrltl be assisted In
In positions when compete!!3E
StlO SANSOM 8TKEKT
ROLLO MAITLANi,
PBLLOW AUBRIOAN QVILD OF OHO,
CONCERT ORGANIS1
"Recital one of the finest yet clven
Auditorium." Snrlncueld Heputllcan.
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Sept eth. Branches 80S 4ss
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Artists In Faculty. Proer i majsj
Edw. ShippenVanLaif'
TBNOR VOIOB OVLt
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Church. .Brooklyn.
CONCBRT ORATOIUO BONO RBOH
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Studios: 1413 No. 18th at, and .
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DR. ADAM GElt a
The famous blind composer, lectTve.
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W. PALMER
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Italian Art of
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