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EYMNING LEPGEIPHILADBLPHIA, THURSDAY JUKE 15, 1916.
Iwwtarf Carta Mj
I 7? i nfnrv H. Clayton, Miss Mao Pat-
I to.on.Mls3 Theodora K. Lllllo. Mlra Car.
VS Bulon-Mlller. Mr. E. Baldwin Ed
f wrds.Mr. Lawrenco D. Hoggs, Mr. Vic-
TrC Mother. Mr. Gcorgo II. Karlo, 3d,
Mr Ralph Earlo, Mr. unoon uuuiiu, ...
len Lee. Mr. Walter Fotterall, Mr.
?jweph Molton, Mr. Spencer B. Downing
Ma Mr. F. Lytton Pattorson.
rh half-hour Bhowcr out at Latham
4r JVk yesterday, though It dampened the
" Bi poi""1 ftna U1 uuu" " """"; , "
Ailed to dampon tno araor 01 mu nur
- '.m. women who had worked for many
) eay to aid tho Ilahnomann Hospital
fct. Th sun cntn0 out a'tor tho
fj sprinkle with much glory and tho poo
ft jlo arrived In crowds to buy and look
SlSout at ono of tho prettiest outdoor af
fairs given this year.
I' Buch fun oa tho kiddles had on tho
roller coaster, which, by tho way, was
donated, as woll as many of tho other
Jr things which woro offered for tho enjoy
foinent of tho onlooker and partaker.
n JKI" Every booth had tho colors of somo
" W ration draped over tho top ana about tno
IP .-., Tho fnfn wis strlctlv neutral
CUUU.o.o. ---- -
.m .mi nomnnv wero sldo by side, and
ft Austria and Franco appeared most
friendly, whllo on tno otner biuo oi ucr
many was England.
The pupils of Professor Nowman
&mced at stated tlme3 aurmg tno
afternoon. Thby wero dressod na Indians,
f ,f!rles, courtiers, and old-fashioned Dolly
.. vanian irntuna wero worn bv several.
The McFarland girls woro there In their
tnnnlnir Chinese costumes, and there
' mi nnn Tinman ncasant costume which
i ras beautiful beyond words.
Great credit should bo given to tho
I worsen who got up tho fair, for It was
most wonaenuny conauctea; tno aumis
lion was only 26 cents and many of tho
entertainments wero glvon with no extra
expenditure. Of course, tho athletics
drew the crowds, and Mr. Beam, with
his megaphone and great capacity for
enjoyment in the very fact that ho Is
living", was as funny as only ho can be.
He seems to havo the art of spreading
laughter and happiness about him. Ho
tsmounced what each stunt was to bo,
tit Mr. Sorlzas and Sir. Berry then
Kn upon the announcement.
There was very excellent music, and
jgw allhouotto was cut out for you whllo
;" you waited, and It was a good likeness,
too. Everything was dono to make every
I cue haye a good time and they did.
t NANCY WYNNE.
Mr. and Mrs. Kano S. Green, of Bryn
wr, will give a dinner at tho Merlon
Cricket Club on Saturday evening before
8 regular club dance. Among the guests
U1 he Mr. and Mrs. Alien rinllnv. Mr.
i Ml Mrs, Edwin II. Fltler. Mr. and Mrs.
W. K. Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton French
Banks. Mr. nnd lira, lllrhnrcl MnVonlv Air.
W Mil Mn. Otrrlt P. .Tllr1rl nn Hfr nnA Hfra
.Jjjrd E. Norton. Mr. and Mrs. Green
-v --t .wuu jjari 01 mo summer at uan
P santer, Vt
f A imall dinner-dance will bV given this
rmns ai me Lilacs by Mr. and Mrs.
wntal Moreau Barrlnger for their sons,
r. Brandon Barrlnger and Mr. Daniel
, iW -.-a-., ,,, .o BUCOIQ Will UQ Al Ulll
'f we school set.
K ' a?.4 Mra' Charles Penrose Keith will
fcL -mner at Manhelra this evening In
ggnor of Colonel George M. Penrose, U.
r tv A., ana Mrs. Penrose.
Mrs, Francis T) Rnu,l,l.lnA . raa.
"SS.t0l?,,Kavo a '"neheon at the.German
wwa Cricket Club, Manhelm, yesterday.
'. ?.' nd Mr8' John Worrell Pepper, of
irKLw ? Jenk'ntown, win leavo for
llESv bop- Me tno ena of June, where
imtj uire taken a cottage for the summer.
twHf114.11'' Wl Grlfflt Qribbel, of 319
k!M ,m Jldavenue' arB beln congratu-
-. mna ot a Borli Jonn Qrjbbel,
Mr. InJ r -r-. . .. ....
Fd o tMUUa Helen stuI1- w eave the
iS fcT' m?nth tor Stoddartsvllle. Pa.,
Ser 0CCUpjr thelr cottae ior tha
thtori,u!.en9 8tul1' Jr- ot Wyncote, has
iarnt4 home from Pennavlvanla Stata
&t ,rStv JLaere ha tea been a student for
Ec&u?'ment . Walnwrlght. of West
Cd Lve?.ue', a ln Wilmington for sev-
tomysssr t De,aware stMe
tViStl?lnn"-dancB ot the Huntingdon
jnuejr Country Club will hn h.M c,i,.
Aonounceraent has bean m v,.
NttSVh"- Rev.Melvin B. Wright.
I pSmtou wt mPJesiyter,a, churcl'
hSonS,Pa' T8 Rav- Mr- bright
Y wt th Logan Baptist Church,
'!. Wtb annual reunion nn ,nnn.. f
RJUiaSLSri 1,901' Se.n'ral Manual Training
j iwsrg Of the Class Were lirn.nl
Along-trifi Mnin T.?
Brir1irt!n.9 part,y held ft W 8U0'
M,3Zr ?. 0a tb lawn Of Mrs. John Wet.
IN eaC, "I Waverford avinui "rhe
UBStiJffi ' S " !r
?ftS ur?? 'elUil4 M. W. Ar-
JiLTVT...'.. .w' WW Fanni
o-ia "" opon na mm. w
A2S "P-HTJ B. MclCea. o 1.
sunfmer. Park' Where lhcy wlU BPe"d the
AltDMOnn Mr.' and Mrs. II. Norman
hiZ" in,Sihelr 'J?mlljr wl "ioso their
home, 129 Edgowood road, tbday and ooen
moenrths.ttnge at Vcntnr f0r tM
JtSoy WYNNE INTERESTED IN
fZ AiiN MENTS
Lfi Lawrence Dllworth Beggs Will Entertain Tonight at
f ifl , rinnrp in Honor nf Mi'sa Hnnonii Tfi i.
aiiniiei x"- --- - -- -.-. i.locll riaioi
Earle and Mr. Joseph M. Patterson, 2d
I . t, most prominent of this
IAMSs wedS will bo that of M1.S
W? ?.JZch Earle, daughter of Mr.
rgwK -" ,i. Earlo, Jr., ana I3ua
1 "" otherwise known as Joseph
.Uerwn, othem. gomo to
orreir-nuv . eU wl ccr
t-f!TSke a "tanlng.bride. I think
' Wy mftke t of th0 flvo Earlo
1 ,,ar; whole family will participate
iv .1jm nrocesslon, so you will
SJt , will bo worth seeing. Father
V '' ! u. H. J., will como up from
iSZore to perform tho cormony I
f"SSt tho Beggs will give h dinner.
i?Zta tho bridal party at their Homo In
I Trtmore. The members or tno oriuai
tlS l"lud0 1Its BeBff3' m m
S "" ..... vt,nrlno Z. Ogden, maid of
Jhonor. " .... .. MlB niadva
loner; w, ,. v,tol. c. Mather.
JitMEd.,vnra T- Watt8' ot Wlssahlckon
and Mldvalo avenues, entertained at lunch,
con yestorday at the Germantown Cricket
Club. The guests wero Mrs. Theodoro
Strauss. Mrs. John Kelder, Mrs. Longncre,
Mrs. Harry Welner, Mrs. H. W. Plillllng
Mrs. P. Hahn. Mrs. J. Welder, Mrs. Harry
Colehower, Mrs. A. Welder and Mrs. s.
,..?IrB Co"rad nerens nnd her daughter.
MIsb Berenice Bercns, of 4001 Pulaski ave
nue, loft yesterday for Orange, N. 3 to
attend tho wedding of Dr. Conrad Bcrens
and Miss Katharine Simpson, which will
take place there today.
Classes ln signaling wilt be held at the
Germantown Cricket Club every Wednes
day afternoon under tho Instruction ot Mr.
Mrs. II. B. Wllmor, of 338 West Walnut
lano, Is visiting her mother-in-law, Mrs.
Harry Bond Wllmor, at nverBlolgh, Con
Along the Reading
The Fourth of July Association of Chel
tenham Township Is making arrange
ments for a splendid celebration to take
place on the high school athletic grounds, to
last tha entire day. All kinds of sports are
being planned, while this year aanclng will
ba one of the new features. A special danco
floor will be constructed Under a huge tent.
Subscriptions hae been received so that
more than 2S00 chairs will be supplied free
of charge for the wonderful display of fire
works that will take placo during the even
ing. Among tha ovnntn voiM hn A nnrmtA
iwlth a band of SO pieces.
At the annual meeting of tho Jenklntown
Choral the following otneers wero elected!
Mrs. W. t Holmes, president! Sirs. Horace
Wunderlo, vlco president! Mrs. Thomas K.
Ober, treasurer, and Mrs. Charles B. Har
ey, secretary. Mrs. Atvah Bushncll, Mrs.
Prank R Chesterman and Mrs. William
Armstrong are the now members elected to
servo two years on tho board of governors
ot the club.
The handicap women's golf tournament
of the Old York Itoad Country Club will
take placo noxt Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dlnsmoro Gideon,
Jr., accompanied by tholr young sons. Mas
ter Gcorgo Dlnsmoro Gideon, 3d, nnd Mas
ter Edwin Hoover Gideon, will close their
town house, 19 North 62d street, this wock
and will go to Atlantic City to remain un
Mrs. William Cunllftc. of 321 South B8lh
strcot, gave tho second of n scries of In
formal luncheons Tuesday. Among those
present wero Mrs. II. Armstrong, Mrs. Von
Honkle, Miss J. Hlnckle, Mrs. John Mld
dlcton, Mrs. J. Udlck, of Mt. Airy; Mrs
L. Cates, Mrs. II. Jarves and Mrs. Harry
Lewis, of Boston, Mass. Mrs. Cunllffo will
contlnuo theso luncheons during tho month
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Bowes, of 4030 Wal
nut street, havo opened tholr bungalow nt
Chelsea for tho summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feonoy, of 708 South
52d street, will open their cottage at Chel
sea this month. Miss Mario O'Neill will be
their guest over tho week-ends.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. O'Neill, of 4069 Bar
ing street, cntortalncd nt tholr homo In
Wlldwood over tho week-end ln honor of
their daughter, Miss Cathcrlno O'Neill.
Among tho guests were Miss Josephlno Car
roll, Miss Alice Murdock, Miss Itcglna Hag
gerty, Mr. Lowls Carroll, Mr. George Mere
dith, Mr. John Home, Mr. William Home,
Mrs. Gorman, Mrs. Itlclly and Mr. Thomas
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dow hurst, of Butto
City, Mont., aro visiting their undo nnd
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunlevy, of
5173 Jefferson stroot.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John F. L. Morris, of 842
Green lane, are spending somo time at tho
Idlowlld, Ocean City, N. J. They will oc
cupy their cottngo at that resort through
July and August.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Simpson, of Green
lane, hnvo been spending part of the month
ln Ocean City, N. J.
Tho Itov. Dr. Charles K, Sensholes and
Mrs. Seasho cs, ot Queen lano, Falls of
Schuylkill, hivo returned from Poughkcep
sle, N. ., where they attended tho com
mencement exercises of Vassar College,
where their daughter, Miss Lois Seasholes,
was graduated with honors.
Mr. John J. McKcnna, of 2504 East Cum
berland street, will bo ghen a reception
this evening In honor of his graduation
from St. Joseph's College by tho Catholic
Club" of St. Ann's Catholic Church.
Mrs. Louis Rlngold, of 3030 Frankford
avenue, Is spending this week In North
Miss Jano Relley, of Melrose avenue,
entertained at cards on Saturday evening.
A buffet supper followed. Her guests In
cluded Miss Rita Cumberland, Miss Caro
lyno Braun, Miss Gene Van Leer, Miss
Dorothy Fields, Miss Ethel Cunningham,
Miss Grace Mosely, Mr. Adam Weber, Mr.
Thomas Culhome, Mr. Thomas Farren. Jr.,
Mr. James Molntosh and Mr. Walter
AH LLLiLBBHiiefr&xl'VtfT-) jij j.4 a Bjtft B
&Tnu, hay tasa wtt,gS: tSHmd the suft
MISS LAURA ROSENTHAL
Wlsa Laura Rosenthal, a pupil pf the
George Washington Public School. 5th
street and Washington avenue, danced yes
SrdaV at the graduation exercises of the
school, MUs i Jtosentnal also danced at the
pTbUoachoolispeclal celebration day" at
the Philadelphia Today and Tomorrow Ex
hibition. f ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wexler, of 811
rra street, announced the engagement
ft thel townEr. MIm Rose Wwler. to
Sir Charles CoppeJraan, at a reception glv-
fw. SMfM BSS CoSrado stmt, .will
?tf tar Clementpn, N. J thU mon to
AIDES AT PETE OP NATIONS IN LATHAM PARK YESTERDAY
In tho upper picture, reading from left to right, nre Miss Lucy H.
Ulmor, Miss Marjorio R. Fort and Miss Gladys C. La Maistro.
Those in the lower picture are Miss Elizabeth MncCuon Smith, Miss
Edith Gillingham, Miss Florence Wells, -Miss Elizabeth Scott and
Miss Frances Omerly.
SEVERAL IMPORTANT WEDDINGS
BEING SOLEMNIZED TODAY
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wharton Pepper Be
comes Bride Miss Donlevy Married to Mr.
Clement Williams This Morning
Tlin marriage of Miss Adeline L. F. Pep
per, daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo
Wharton Pepper, and Mr. Theodore Sedg
wick Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Nelll Paul, Jr, was solemnized this after
noon at 4 o'clock In St. Mary's Episcopal
The bride, who was given In marriage
by her father, was attonded by hor sis
ter, Miss Charlotte Eleanor Pepper, as maid
of honor, and her brldosmalds Included
Miss Elizabeth S. Myers, Miss M. Eulalio
WIIIcox, Miss Mary It. Paul. Miss Eliza M.
Foi. Miss Mary M, Williams. Miss Anno P.
Scott nnd Miss Kitty Brlnton.
A reception nt Fox Creek Farm, the sum
mer homo of tho bride's parents in Devon,
followed tho ceremony.
' WILLIAMS DONLEVY.
A quiet wedding was solemnized this
morning at 10 o'clock ln St. Luke's Church,
Gormantown, when Miss Helen Penrose
Donlevy became the brldo of Mr. Clement
N. Williams. The Rev C. II. Arndt, as
sisted by tho Rev. Samuel Upjohn, rector
of the church, officiated. The bride, who
was given In marriage by her uncle Mr.
Walter II. Donlevy, was unattended, She
wore a traveling gown of navy blue silk
Mr. Williams had Mr. Reed Morgan ns
best man nnd there were no ushers. Only
the Immediate families wero present nt tho
ceremony, following which Mr. nnd Mrs.
Williams left for their wedding trip. They
will spend most of tho summer at Watch
Hill, R. I., and after October 1 wilt occupy
their home In Chestnut Hill.
A pretty wedding will take place tonight
at 7 o'clock ln the Church of the Holy
Communion, 21st nnd Chestnut streets,
when Miss Virginia W. Stull, of 4712
Wayne avenue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
James J. Stull, will become the brldo of
Mr. Thomas W. Johnson, of Bala. The
ceremony will be performed by the Rev.
Ernest Pfattelcher. The bride, who will
be given In marriage by her father, will
wear a gown ,of whito satin and duchess
lace. Her tulle veil will be arranged with
orange blossoms and she will carry roses
and lilies of the valley. Tho maid of
honor. Miss Myrtle Johnson, a sister of
the bridegroom, will bo gowned In coral
colored satin made over a foundation of
silver lace. The skirt -will bo made In
the popular full hoop effect and tho bodice
of silver lace will have tiny sleeves of the
same material. She will wear a leghorn
hat trimmed with blue velvet streamers
nnd will carry pink roses. The bridesmaids,
Including Miss Amelia Sopp, Miss Thelma
Tryday. Miss Reba Flxter, Miss Alice Bon
sor, Miss Clara Stortz nnd Miss Helen
Metz, will wear frocks made alike of
georgette crepe, two In blue, two In pink
and two In green. They will be made
with hoop sklrta and trimmed with radium
lace. Their hats of leghorn will have
streamers to match their frocks, and they
will carry pink sweet peas tleij with tulle
bows. The best man will be BIr. David
Btull and tho ushers will be Mr, William
Feist. Mr. Thomas Noble, Mr. Harry Kipp.
Mr, Frank Slack, Mr. Byrort Hortter and
Mr. Robert Jones,
SOUTH BETHLEHEM. Pa., June 15. A
wedding of Interest here yesterday was
that of Miss Helen Thomas Wilbur, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsha Packard Wil
bur, Jr., of Fountain Hill, and Mr, FranclB
Stephenson, of Pittsburgh, In the Church
of the Nativity. Dean F. W, Beekman offl.
elated, assisted by the Rt, Rev, Ethelbert
Miss Wilbur had her sister, Miss Stella
Wilbur, as maid ot honor. Her bridesmaids
were Mrs. Edward Price, of Danyllle; Miss
Helen Enger and Miss Helen Eggleaton, of
New York; Miss Sally Madlll, of Ogdens
burg N- Y. : MUs Margaret Nichols, of
Orange, N- J., and Miss Katherlne ConV
verse, of Fountain Hill.
Mr. Donald Markle, of Hazleton, was the
best man. The ushers were Mr. N. C. Snowr
den. Mr, Ft B Snowden, Mr. J. C. Hays, Mr.
F il. AtWood, Mr. J. W. Dalxell. of Pitts
burgh i Mr S. B. Hoadley, Mr. W. P. Foss,
Mr B. M Robinson, of New, York; Mr J. H.
Stewart, of Cedarhurst, L. L; Mr. William
Emery, of Wllliahisport, and Mr. Alvan
Markle, Jr., of Haxleton, Mrs, Stephenson
U tha granddaughter of tha late E. P, Wil
bur, who was at one time, president of the
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
WILMINGTON, Dl, June it, , The
marriage of Miss Irma, J. Cornog, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs, Elmer E. Cornorf, and
Mr, Herbert B. Mearns took jUw last
sight, t oWocH to, wat JTwbytsriaa
Church, Tho Rev. U. Trnnklln Smiley, pas
tor of the church, olllclnted The bride, who
was given In marrlago by her father, was
attonded by her sister. Miss Helen V. Cor
nog, ns maid of honor. Miss Ellen II.
Mcarns, a sister of tho bridegroom, nnd
Miss S. Frances Martin woro bridesmaids
Air. Mearns had his brother, Mr. Andrew
K. Menrns ns best man, while tho ushers
were Mr. Robert W. Tadman, Jr. Mr O.
Chester Jones, Mr James W. Gooding nnd
Mr. Howard C. Kurtz.
A reception was held nt tho homo of tho
bride's parents, 911 South Broome street,
when a largo number of guests were
present, Including Mr nnd Mrs. William
Marsden, of Jacksonville, Fla : Mr. nnd Mrs.
William Mearns, of Washington! Mr. and
Mrs. James Mearns, Mr. and Mrs. James
Allison, Mr. Clyde Allison. Mr. and Mrs.
Bnrtlett Mcarns, Mr. and Mrs. John Bra
mcll, Mr. and Mrs John Currlndor, Mr.
Isaac Plumly. Miss Mildred Currlnder, Mr.
Warren Currlnder, all of Philadelphia; Mr.
and Mrs. Cameron, of Lincoln University;
Mrs. Kelly, of Baltimore; Mr. nnd Mrs.
William Krlckhan, of ABhevllle, N. C ; Mrs
Sarah Cornog. Mr. and Mrs L, D. Ciark,
Miss Elma Clark, Miss Edith Clark, Mr.
Samuel Clark. Mr. Clarence Taylor, of
Chester, Pa ; Mr. and Mrs, John Tarry, of
Upland, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Cur
rlnder, of Stanton; Mr. and Mrs. James Gil
bert Mearns, of Ho-ho-kus, N J.; Mr. and
Mrs. George B. Banks, Mrs E. Currlnder,
Miss Vera Currlnder, all of Stanton; Mrs.
T. Jefferson Whlteman and Mr. and Mrs.
James Hammltt, of Newark.
Mr. and MrB. Mearns left for a wedding
trip to Niagara Falls nnd Canada and
after July 1 will be at home at 414 North
Another Wilmington wedding was that
of Miss Floronco May Sasse, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W, Sasse, of 2302 Mar
ket street, and Mr. Irwin Townsend Price,
which took place yesterday afternoon at 4
o'clock In the Delaware Avenue Baptist
Church. Tho ceremony was performed by
the Rev. Dr. Cornelius Woelfkln, pastor
of tho Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, of New
York, a cousin of tho bride, assisted by the
Rev. Joseph Y. Iwln, D, D., pastor of tho
church. The bride was given In marriage
by her father and was attended by her sis
ter, Mrs. Edward Berry, as matron-of-honor,
while the best man was Mr. Edward
Berry, the bride's brother-in-law.
Tho bride wore a gown of white
duchess satin, with tulle draped over the
skirt to make a boufilant effect. Her court
train hung from tho shoulders and the
trimmings of tho gown wero of radium lace.
She wore a tulle veil, cap fashion, with
orange blossoms and carried a shower
bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the
After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Price
will be at home after August 20 at 118 West
Miss Anna M. Cunningham, of 2733 North
23d street, and Mr, Robert II, Allen, of Hat
boro, Pa., wero married at St. Columba's
Roman Cathollo Church today. The cere
mony was performed by the Rev, Michael
The bride was attended by Miss May
Cunningham and Mr, B. E. Ford acted as
The bride wore a white chiffon gown cov
ered with white net and laca and a white
lace hat. The bridesmaid was attired ln
pink chiffon veiled in white lace and a htte
leghorn hat with pink roses and pink
Following the ceremony a wedding break
fast was served at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Cun
Ingham, after which the young couple
left on an extended wedding tour to At
luntlc City and Southern points. After July
IS they will be at home In their newly fur
nished home In Hatboro.
The marriage of MUs Ethel T. Sllfer,
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Sllfer, of
124 Gorgas lane, and Dr. John J. Schoenlng
was solemnized yesterday at noon at the
future home of the couple, 1808 North Park
avenue. The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. Dr. Yount, of St Paul's Lutheran
Church, 22d street above Columbia avenue.
A breakfast followed the quiet ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs, Schoenlng left for an extended
tour of the New England States and wilt
be at home after October I.
The marriage of Mlsa Dorothy R. Fearer,
of Kenosha, Wis., and Mr Ralph, P. Mo
Comsey, ot 2858 North 11th street, took
place oa Saturday evening after the bride
fc4. m4B tea trip half way across the,
continent to Join her flnnco. Tho ceremony
was performed by tho Rev. M. V. Ring, of
tho Church of Our Lady of Mercy, Br"ad
street and Susquehanna avenue.
Tho marrlago of Miss S. Isabel Cleaver,
daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. Edward E.
Jncobs, of 1857 North 12th street, to Mr.
J. Burn ell Warrington, of 31G Rochello ne
nue, Wlasahlckson, was solemnized by
Friends ceremony last ovenlng, nt 6:30
o'clock at tho homo of tho brldo's parents,
followed by a reception. The brldo woro
a bonutlful gown of whlto georgette crcpo
nnd princess Inco draped over BlUer tissue.
Her tullo oll was caught with sprays of
orango blossoms, and Brldo roses nnd lilies
of tho 'Nnlley wero carried Attending tho
bride wero Mrs. Gcorgo Ritchie, mntron of
honor, who was nttlrcd In pitlo pink ollo
trimmed with silver laco; nnd Miss Mnr
garct Warrington, tho bridegroom's sister,
nnd Miss Mary Kennedy, bridesmaid. Their
frockR woro of French vollo and silver lace,
tho former In biuo nnd tho latter yellow
Each carried an arm bouquet of yellow
Mr. Warrington was attended by two
brothers, Mr. Edward Warrington nnd Mr.
Theodoro Wnrrlngton. Mr. Warrington and
his brido will bo nt homo nt 2214 Estaugh
street after September 1.
A pretty wedding took place yesterday
afternoon ln St. Mnlachy's Church, 11th nnd
Jefferson streets, when Miss Elizabeth J.
Gross, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs. August
II Oross, of 1G19 North 10th street, bo
enme tho brldo of Mr. Daniel L, Hustctl,
Jr., of Fox Chase. Tho ceremony wns
performed by tho Row E M Monly and
was followed by a rccoptlon at tno homo
of tlio bride's parents. Sir. Gross gao
his daughtor In marrlago nnd she wns
attended by Jllsa Pearl L Smith as
bridesmaid. Mr. James B Husted acted ns
best man. Mr. nnd Mrs. Husted will spend
tholr honeymoon nt tho Delaware Water
Gap They will bo at homo after August
1 nt 018 Arthur street. Fox Chnso.
Tho mnrrlago of Miss Isabel Jano Mo
Eldowncy qnd Sir. Elmer E D. Wilson
took nlaco yesterday In Bethany Templo,
Bith and Spruce streets Miss McEldownoy
was given in marrlngo by her brother, Dr
Joseph McEldowney, nnd wns attended by
her cousin, Miss Nolllo Moorby. ns maid
of honor. The bridesmaids wero Miss Eliza
beth R Solfridgo and Miss F Mao Burns,
and little Miss Laverne Campbell, daughter
of Mr. nnd MrB. William T. Campbell, was
Mr. Wilson was attended by Mr. John R.
Miller as best man nnd the ushers wero
Sir. William T Cnmpboli, Sir. Clarence Gar-
brlck. Sir. William Rile and Mr. Raymond
Tho ceremony was performed by tho
Rev. As.i J. Ferry nnd was followed by a
reception nt tho home of the hrlde, 6645
Larchwood avenue. After n wedding trip
srr. nnd Sirs. Wilson will live at tho nbovo
MRS. WHAN GIVES
BRIDGE AT SH0RI?
Philadelphia Matron Entertaini
at Chelsea Yacht
ATLANTIC CITY. Juno IB. Tho Chelsea.
Tacht Club was the mecca of tho cottage
colony yesterday, when Mrs. Samuel W
Whan, wife of Commodore Whan, gavo a
large luncheon, followed by bridge The
reception rooms were n-bloom with fragrant
Juno roses, forming n charming background
for the guests in their fluffy frocks.
Among thoso present were Sirs. Frederick
Sherman, Sirs Frank C. Schued. Miss Cath
erine White, Sirs. William T. Wheeler, Sirs.
W D. Wescott, Sirs. Richard P. Bennls,
Mrs. Howard A. Miner, Sirs. Clarence Kug
ler, Sirs. II J. Bleese, Sirs. n. G. White,
Sirs. Frank B Stockley, Mrs. W. F. Sautter,
Mrs. William S Emley, SIlss lone SIcCau
ley, Mrs. Edward Llebo, Sirs. P. N. Deger
bcrg, Mrs. Walter T Reed, Sirs. Alfred
Johnson, Mrs. William Goll. Mrs. M. L.
Wallace, Sirs. Ferdinand Loeb, MrB, Slack
Latz, Sirs. Daniel McCUnch, Sirs. George
W. Shlsler, Sirs, John Frlchie. Miss Nettie
Shock. SIlss Madden, Mrs, Clayton Hagy,
Slr. Harry Parsons, Sirs. Nettle Ruhland,
Sirs. Franz Ehrllch, Sirs. Frank Schanz,
Sirs. Florence Garnett, Sirs. John P Con
nelly, Sirs. JeBse W. Starr, 3d, Mrs. J. C.
Lawrence, Mrs. Harry C. Ransley. Sirs.
Charles T Bonsor, Sirs. Charles I.elaen,
Sirs. B, O, Frazler, Sirs. J. SI. Bradley,
Mrs. Charles J. Miller, Sirs. George Elliott,
Mrs. Gemml, Sirs. Thomas L. Rogers, Mrs.
Wilbur Beaumont, Sirs. A. B, Slathews,
Mrs. Charles W Longcope. Sirs. George
L. Parker, Sirs. William Allen, Sirs. Will
iam G. Torchlana, Mrs. George C. J, Fleck,
Sirs. Leon F. Rubens. Sirs. E. W. Rice,
Sirs. F. C. Rollman. Sirs. Slllton Off, Sirs.
Georgo W. Rowe, Mrs. J, W. Decker. Sirs.
David Fltzslmmons, Mrs. Edward Wilkin
son, Sirs- Mary McCauley, Mrs. William
W. Smith. SIlss Ella B. Smith, Sirs. Thomas
II, Kay, SIlss Lenore Kay, Sirs, Thomas J,
Sinclair, Sirs. Thomas Keefer, Sirs. Keefer,
Sr.. Sirs. Oeorge Sheppard, Mrs. Herman
G. Slulock, Miss Degerberg, Sirs. Frank
Bed fore. Mrs. Charles W. Welld. Mrs.
James A. Hollhan, Sirs. W, Moore Slason,
Sirs. H. S. Vila, Sirs. William A. Slarshall,
Mrs. Charles A. Daniel. Mrs. A, L. Styers,
Miss Jane Parker, Miss Mary Qummey,
SIlss Lena Wagner, Miss Gladys A. Latz,
Sirs. E. Gray Pendleton, Sirs. Albert Baltz,
Sirs. William J. SlacFarland. Mrs. Q. II.
Clamer. Mrs. William F, Metzger, Mrs.
N. Q. Styron, Mrs. Oeorge W. Young, and
Mrs. Albert Jacobs.
Mr. and Mrj. A. J, Drexel Blddle, who
have had a house ln Ventnor for several
years, will be missed In the cottage colony
this season, as they have decided to take
apartments at one of the beach-front ho
WILMINGTON. June 15. Mr. Lesly H.
George gave a delightful birthday party at
his home on the Strand. Newcastle, Tues
day evening-. The table was decorated
tastefully and the guests spent an enjoyable
Among the guests were Mr. F. Morgan
Pilo, Mr. John Hlmes and Mr. George
Marshall, of Philadelphia 5 Sir. Alfred p.
Benson, of Washington. D. C Mr. Allen
Montgomery, of Oak Lane. and. Mr J.
Cunningham, of Delmar, Del . Mlsa Alice
Murat, MUs Mabel Smythe, MUs Anna
Quinn and Mlsa Mary Montgomery, ot
PMlaselpW, , .
LOGAN MATRON WILL GIVE
SUFFRAGE CARD PARW TODAY
Mrs. Wolstan Dixey Is Entertaining at Her Home on
North Broad Street This Afternoon for Benefit of
Logan Division of Woman Suffrage Party
MRS. WOLSTAN DIXDT, of 6224 North
Broad street, gavo a card party of
25 tables this nffornoon for the benefit
of the Logan division of tha Womnii Suf
frage party. A special fcaturo In tho way
of entertainment was the conduct of a
presidential election. The candidate was
a largo doll dressed In suffrage colors.
Every guest was asked to pay a poll tax,
which entitled her to n vote and the
right to guess tho candidate's number,
which wns pinned upon his breast by n
"Votes for Women" button. Tho name of
tho doll was determined by the majority
vote. Tho proceeds of this affair are to
bo devoted In pnrt to tho purchase of a
handsome American ting for the Logan
division. Sirs. Dlxey Is leader of the divi
sion and also chairman of the Finance Com
mittee for tho Woman Suftrngo party ot
Philadelphia. "Wo aro trying to develop a
strong spirit of patriotism within our or
ganization," she said. "Women suffragists
nre not militarists, but they aro true pa
triots and will stand by the flag. They
will work for Americanism nnd for tho most
lofty purposes ln tho life of tho nation.
This Is to bo, In n certain senso, a Hag
An organ recital will be given In the
Luther SIcmorlal Church, D4th street and
Trinity place, this evening. Mr. Ralph P.
Lewars Is organist, assisted by SIlss M.
Louise Jncoby, contralto, nnd SIlss Florence
Adelo Wlghtmnn ns harplste.
THE Gaston Girls' Athletic Association
was entertained Slonday ovenlng nt tho
home of tho president, Miss Frances S.
Beck, of 2847 North 13th street. Tho
members present were SIlss Jnno W. Wech
sler, vlco president; SIlss Cecilia A.
Hockey, secretary; SIlss Helen Ycngley,
trensurcr; SIlss Edna B Pcoppel, hike
mannger, nnd SIlss Sllldred J. Archibald,
tennis manager ; also SIlss Helen Archibald,
Miss Sllrlam Crnmp, SIlss Emma Gethen,
SIlss Agnes SI. Guthrie, Stlss Ethel L.
authrle, SIlss Ethel Ilunsborgor, SIlss
Slnrlon Kratz, SIlss Slarle Lowry, Miss
Knthorino Sillier, SIlss Lillian St Toole,
SIlss Sara S Scowcroft, SIlss Loulso E.
Schrocdcr, Stlss Geneva Thomas, SIlss
Loulso Tufvnnder. Stlss Mary B. Torranco
and SIlss Bertha R. Winder. Other guests
were SIlss Vlollcttp Yodor, SIlss Ida Nice,
SIlss Edna It Slorrls and Sllso Bessie
A reception was given nt the homo of
Sir. and Sirs. Bernard Wlrtshaftcr, 413 Pop
lar street, on Sunday evening ln honor of
tho engagement of their son. Sir. Harry
Wlrtshaftcr, to SIlss Ooldlo Davis. Thero
was music and dancing all evening Among
tho guests wero Sir. and Mrs. Louis Berg,
Sir. nnd Sirs. Oscar Friend, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Chnrles WIrtBhnftcr, Air. and Sirs. Louis
Wlrtshaftcr, Sir. Louis Bailey, Sirs. David
Davis and Sir. Leo Shea, of Bnltlmorc. The
wedding will tako placo In July.
"rpHE NEW PARTNER," a three act
JL comedy drama, under tho direction of
Sir. Charles SIcainloy, was given by St.
Patrick's Cadets Dramatic Club In the
parish hall, 21st and Nnudaln streets, on
Tuesday evening. Tho leading pnrts wore
MISS MARGARET V. GALLANA
taken by SIlss Margaret V. Gallana nnd
Sir. William SIcClary. Others In tho cast
wero SIlss Slay McCall, MIbs Sladellne
Crooks, SIlss SInrlo Connellan, SIlss Flor
ence Hoctor, SIlss Catherine Gallagher, Sir,
Charles O'Rourke. Sir. William Dunn, Sir.
James Harklns, Sir. James SIcFarland, Sir.
John O'Donnell, Sir. John McDonnell. Sir.
Thomas Frane and Mr. Frank Lafferty.
The play will bn repeated tomorrow night
at St. Columba's hall, 24th and Lehigh ave
nue, In aid of the Church of the Slost Pre
Mr, nnd Sirs. Enoch Cookson, of 1627
South 64th street, West Philadelphia, cele
brated their wooden wedding anniversary
last evening. Among those present were
Sir, and Mrs. William Cookson, Mlsa Carrie
Cookson, Sir. T. Kastner, Sir. and Mrs. J.
Blankenhorn, all of Pottsvllle; Mr. George
Cookson. Sirs. Carrie Ash, Mr and Sirs.
H. A. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. William Sloore,
Sir. and Mrs. A. Radford, Sir. and Mrs.
Oeorge A. Dukes, Mr, and Sirs. Frederick
Laufer, Sir. and Mrs. T, K. Cook. Sir. and
Sirs. F. E. Sloyer, Sir. and Mrs. II, II, Ruf
fing. Sirs. R. V. Todd, Miss Bertha Rel
chert. Sir. William Garret, Mr, George Clem
ent, Sir. Charles Blankenhorn, SIlss Esther
Bechtel, Sir, and Mrs. Harry Ash and Sir.
The Ardentes Club of Starr Garden held
a second anniversary danco at Starr Gar
den Gymnasium, 6th and Lombard streets,
recently. The affair was featured by the
singing ot Mr. Samuel Gordon and Mr.
William Holtz. An exhibition dance -was
given by SIlss May Brown and Mr. Abe
Neff. There were 60 Euests at the affair,
which was In charge of Mr, Leon Sax,
chairman; Mr, Abe Neff, Mr- William
Schneider, Mr. Morria Melsler and Mr,
A nlcnio will be held at WUwablckon
to celebrate the second anniversary on.
June 26. The atjair is n cnarge or r
Joseph Wenger, chairman; SJr. William
Schneider, Mr, Morris Snyder, Mr. Isaaq
Schwartz, Mr. Morris Levy, Mr. Charles
ailovltz and Mr. Nathan Tillman.
The Ardentes Club meets every Friday
night a? Htarr uaraen.
A sururlse graduation party was given
in honor of Dr. Isadore Joseph Linden-
bauin oy nis parents mo uuras, uv.
North 17th street, on tsaiuraay evening Tne
misHta were Dr. Isadora Joseph Linden-
hium. Miss Anna, Llndenbaura. Mr. Julius
Zlgmond, Miss Bertha. Lladenbaum. MUs
Jeanetto unaenoaum, un .nar lusaua,
Miss Minnla Zlnn, Mr Martin Zlnn, Mlsa
Anna. Greenberg, Mlsa Esther Goldtarh. Mr
Benjamla Byron, Miss Roaa Llndstibaum,
Mr Edward urenoerg. iiss nannan -av-lason,
Mx, JoMsb Hulpcru, Mr. Vktor, Mim
Sadie tloloff, Mr. Rubin Iloloff, Mr. Nathan
Llndenbaum, Bfr, Anthony Cohen, SIlss B.
Brusteln, Dr. J, King, SIlss Yetta Kouser,
Sir. J. Pressman, Miss C. Rlcklln, Miss P.
Rlcklln, Dr. A. Qoldblum, Mr. Charles
Schwartz, Stlss Sarah Glltmah, Mr. Dudley
Singer, Mr. Slark Kauffman, Mr, Samuel
Kauffman, Miss G. Jaipen, Mr. 8. Hlrshen
horn, Miss Anna Freedman, Stlss Hannah
Fuhrman, Mr. Charles Eskowlta. SIlss Ce
celia Alten, Stlss Yetta Frank, Mr. Winkler
nnd Miss Winkler.
THE Auxiliary of the Downtown Hebrew
Day Nursery held Its semiannual elec
tion on Thursday at the Day Nursery, 363
Snyder avenue. Tho following officers wero
elected! President, Sir. Samuel Bakavej
vice president, Sir. Jack Glnsburg; record
ing secretnry, SIlss Reba Samansky; flnon
clal secretary, SIlss Bessie Glnsburg, aa.
treasurer, SIlss Fay Toran.
In order to swell tho funds of th or
gnnlrntlon, It wns decided to havo a moon
light party. Tho committee In charge of this
arfalr consists of. Sir. Alexander Agronsky,
Sir. Isador Shapiro nnd Sir. John Glnsburg.
A regular meeting of tho Hatllsvath, Jr.,
Zlon Society was held on Sunday ovenlng
at tho Young Womon's Union, 428 Bain
Tho meeting was opened with Sir. Samuel
Glatsteln In tho chair.
Tho Important business was election ot
officers, which resulted ns follows! Presi
dent, Sir. Solomon Braltman; vica presi
dent, Miss Laura Kramer; secretary, SIlss
Elizabeth L. Tubls: treasurer. Sir. Abra
ham L. Llschln. Tho Executive Committee,
consists of Miss Sarah Globman. Sir. David
Lucls, Sir. Slorrls Shore, Sir. Samuel Glat-
Btcln and SIlss Laura Kramer, chairman.
On Tuesday evening the pupils of Miss
Ethel E. Povllck, of 2444 North 7th street,
gavo a muslcale. SIlss Povllck was assisted
In tho entertainment by SIlss Marlon Slat
thews, reader, and Sir. Leon Muslk, who
rendered several selections on tho violin,
Tho program Included:
Duet. "Stldsummer Night's Dream," SIlss
Ethel E Povllck nnd SIlss Ada SIcGurk.
Piano solo, "After the, Ball," Miss Dora
PInno solo, "Ripples," SIlss Grace Hill.
Violin solo, Sir. Leon Muslk.
Piano solo, "Slornlng Prayer," Miss. Flor
Piano suite, "A Day ln Vcnlco"; "Dawn,"
boat song, SIlss Slyrtlo Auch ; "Good Night,"
lovo song, SIlss Ada SlcOurk.
Recitation, SIlss Starlon Matthews.
Duet, "Daisy Walts." SIlss Grace Hill
and Stlss Edna Pullman.
Vocal solo, Sliss Ethel E. Povllck.
Piano boIo, Waltz "At Parting." Slaster
Piano solo, "Heather Rose," Miss Edna,
Piano solo, "Fond Recollections," Miss
Recitations, SIlss Slarlan Slatthews.
Piano solo, "Sing, Robin, Sing," Mlsa
Duet. Serenade, SIlss Florence Braun and
Violin solo. Sir. Leon Muslk.
Piano solo, "Gipsy Wnltz," SIlss Graco
Duet, "Waltz Cecelia," SIlss Myrtla Auch,
and SIlss Ethel E. Povllck.
Sirs Bonjamln Nlcholls, ot 1610 North
19th street. Is spending somo time with
relntlvcs ln New York.
Sir. and Sirs. Larry Scmad and their
dnughtcr, Stlss Hannah Seman, ot 10th
nnd Oxford streets, are at Stone Harbor,
where they will spend the rammer.
Sir. nnd Sirs. Stnnlcy Goldsmith and'
their family, of 1609 Diamond Btreet, have
opened their cottage In Atlantic City.
Sirs. S. A. SIcDougal, of Spring Garden
street, has gono to Atlantic City, to remain
through tho summer
SIlss Slay Howarth will spend the sum
mer ln California.
What's Doing Tonight
Dinner. Market Street Merchants' Association,
Belmont Mansion, ! 15 o'clock.
Sommencement. Philadelphia Trades School.
Vllllam Tenn High School, R o'clock.
.Dinner. Delta Chi Alumni. Hotel Adelphla. 8
Fall-mount Park Dand. ntchard Schmidt, con
ductor. Lemon Hill. 8 o'clock. Pree.
l'hlladelphla Band, 81 Un B, Hummel, con
ductor. Convention Hall, Ilroad atreet and Alle
gheny nvenue. 8 o'clock. Free.
Municipal Hand, Chelten avenue and Ander
son street. 8 o'clock. Free.
Street Carnival (or tha benefit of Jewish war
sufferers, under auspices of Central Itellef Com
mittee. Natrona atreet between Susquehanna
avenue and Dauphin street. 8 o'clock. Free,
Annual exhibition. 1'Oth year, work or tho
students at me jvortneasi iinn ttcnooi, jemzft
O U VIUU.,
nvAtiiiA and 8th street,
Drill of Maccnbeans,
Forrest Last 6 Times I$VJflj;
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