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SOCIAL LIFE AND ABOUT
MRS. WARREN WALKER
Mr, Walker entertained a house party lately at her home in Milford, Conn Doc
, iir-n -J tt,:r little ann Are at nresent the Euests of Mrs. Walker 3
tor anc ' , .. ri.n r,f nf their hnmn in School House lane, prior to
uarent. ir. ana """ '"olw" -' t
...!. ; their home. 246 South 22d street, for the winter.
..... (itmio-rrAM nm,T.'ITT. who Is
th licr parents In London, will bo among
tho pbutnntcs ot the season. Mr. and Mrs.
Culllt and Miss Bullitt expect to said from
Kurpc about October 17. Miss Bullitt will be
Intrduccil at a tea In early December. A
-nrhcr of entertainments have been planned
Jlnicr hoi.or. Anions others will be a debu-
tarte luncheon, which will be given oy .ur.
Jtncs I'lancls Sullivan.
Miss Mary Frances Fisher, daughter of Dr.
lid Mrs. Henry M. i'i3ncr, ui jwvumn.,
enkintuwn. will make her debut m me mio
aM. The date for her tea has not yet been
Clement Buckley Newbold and his daughter,
Bliss Mary U. Newbold, who were among those
Jnaroonod In Uuropo at the beginning or the
ar, arrived In Now York yesterday. They
inched their home. Crosswlck's House, Jcnkin-
loun, yesteiday afternoon.
Mr. ami Mrs. John R. Fell will give a Pierrot
ml I'lenette costume dance .tonight at the
kvhltemnrsli Valley Hunt Club. About 100
kuests will attend.
The llrst of a series of three subscription
dances will be given tonight at the Delaware
IRher Club in Torrcsdale. These dances will be
tlvcn under the care of a special committee
composed of Joseph M. Tatterson. 2d, Walter
'W. L. Fottcrall and A. B. Mitchell.
A number of ladle? will act as chapcrones for
the dances, among them being Mrs. Walter S.
Massey, Mrs. Henry D. Patterson, Mrs. George
n. Bower. Mrs. William B. Chamberlln, Mrs.
C. A. L. Fottcrall, Mrs. William Wiltshire and
Mrs. Thomas 13. Coale.
Several dinners will bo given before the dance.
Among those who will entertain will be Miss
Mary Victoria Green.
Mr. and Mrs. Barclay Johnson, who spent
this month at their Cape May cottage, have re
turned to their apartment. 264 South Sixteenth
itreet Mr. Johnson's daughter, Mrs. Thomas
C. Sims, and her little daughter. Miss Sally
BIms, who were visiting them at Cape May, re
turned yesterday to the Lindenwold. Radnor.
Mr and Mrs. K. Russell Jones and Mr. and
Mrs. loseph Wellington Shannon have returned
from t short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Richard
V Maltison, Jr.. at their homo In Ambler.
l'ctnn Boyle and his family have given up
their apartment at the Burlington nnd have
taken a house, in Atlantic City for tho winter.
Mr. ami Mrs. Charles J. Rhoads. who havo
keen spending homo time in tho mountains,
have returned to their homo In Bryn Mawr,
where they will remain until tho late fall.
Mrs. Cralge Llpplncott and her daughter,
Mrs. Samuel K. Reeves, are spending a few
days In New York at tho Wolcott Hotel.
their camp at Southwest Harbor, Me., and
opened their homo on Highland avenue.
Mrs. Shepley W. livans, of Highland avenuo,
returned homo this week from a visit to tho
Mnino coast. '
NAItuEKTH Tho Narberth Assembly, com
posed of the younger married set of Narberth,
will hold Its tlrst dance of tho season on
Halloween. This will be the first of a series
of seven dances to be given In Elm Hall until
Fcbrunry. The Narberth Assembly was organ
ized In the early beginning of that Main Lino
suburb, but had been discontinued for several
years, until laBt winter, when tho younger
married set started a scries of most successful
Mrs. Edwin P. "Dold, little Miss Mary Vir
ginia Dold, of Chestnut avenue, and Mrs.
Guy'on W. Gray, of Elmwood road, returned
tlijs week from a two weeks' visit to Atlantic
' WY.N.Nr.WOOn-Mr. and Mrs. Nelson C. Huber,
of Hathaway road, arc receiving congratula
tions on the birth of a son, Nelson C. Huber.
Jr. Mrs. Huber will be remembered as Miss
Alice B. Mann.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Donnell Lee, Jr., tind
children have returned from Chelsea and
opened their home on Kent road. Mrs. Leo
will leave for Washington the last of next
month, where she will attend tho wedding
of her sister, Miss Mary McCauley, and Naval
Constructor Herbert Howard, of Boston, which
will be solemnized November 3, In St. John's
Church. While in Washington, Mrs. Lee will
bo the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward McCauley, of Rhode Island avenue.
AIIDMOIIE Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lowry, who
spent the summer at Chelsea, expect to closo
their cottngc next week and return to their
homo on Old Lancaster road.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Lawrence Miller, Jr., have
returned to Simpson road, after visiting Mrs.
William P. Ellison this summer at her Capo
IIAVERFOnu Mr. and Mrs, H. O. Hastings
have returned from Kenncbunkport, Me.
(corse Phllicr, of Booth lane, Is home from
Dark Harbor, Me. where he spent the sum
mer. Mr, and Mrs. W. Moseley Swain, who havo
been at Avalon during the summer, havo
opcied their home, Hlnghla, for several weeks.
Th?y have taken apartments at the Haver-.
ford Court for the winter.
MIps Josephine L. Borie, who has spent the
lummer at Cresson and Atlantic City, will
return next week to her apartments at the
Morris, 311 South Thirteenth street.
Mrs j. Parker Freeman and her daughter,
Miss i;ilznbeth Orlflltts, have returned from
Long Lake, after a stay of several weeks.
Mrs John D. Mcgnry, Mr3, Freeman and
MHs Anna Mogary, who have been spending
the summer In -Capo May, liavo returned to
their home nt 131 South 23d street.
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
OWHU1IOOK The Ladles' Committee of the
Overbrook Golf Club will give tho last of lt&
September teas this afternoon. Despite thf
leUn of "King Horse" a little further up ths
line, a number of the members and tha,r
friends are expected.
Mr and Mrs. Georgo Sharp Munson lupe
returned from a lslt to Eagle'u Mere and r
now ut their home on Merlon avenue.
The Rev. W. R. Tuimer and his family, ol
M15 Drexel road, havo returned from Mounl
Kineo. Me , where they have been spendlnf
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Reading, of LatcVl
lane, have returned from Capo May.
H. J. McDermott, of 6370 Woodbine avenue
are home from Atlantic City.
MEitioM -Mr and Mrs. George J. De Armon
)f Latches lane, are spending tho week-end 4
Mr, and. Mrs. Christian "ebleer have closet Major and Mrs. enuu nave, been living ut
IT. IIAVID'S-Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Nellson, Miss
Sarah C. Nellson nnd Harry Nellson are nt
Cambria Court. They returned from Europe
levernl daya ago.
Mrs. Richnrd THghman and Miss M. Gabrlela
Tllghman, who spent the summer In Maine,
havo returned to their home, Tulip Hill.
Mr. and Mm. Jacob M. Baer, of 419 West
Cheltcn avenue, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Flora Baer, to Julius Ad
Icr, of this city. No date has been set tor the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp, of Lincoln drive
and Wstvlew avenue, will entertain at dinner
tonight at the Philadelphia Cricket Club in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Jackson. The
nthce guests will include Mr. and Mra. Robin
MotDonald, Miss Marlon Irwin and Mrs. G. C.
Miss Emily T. Brown, of Knox street, Is
mending a fortnight at Marshall's Creek, near
Mr, and Mrs. Harold McNeil, of Boston, are
being congratulated upon tho birth of a
daughter, Louise McNeil. Mrs. McNeil will be
remembered as Miss Virginia Boweu.
Mr- and Mrs. George R. Ayres are at present
the guests of Mrs. G. Ralston Ayres at her
home, 213 West School House lane. Mrs. Ayres
and her sister, Mrs. Coyle, have Just returned
from Camden, Me. Miss Helen Ayres was one
of an artist colony at Vlnal Haven, Me. Among
the other members of the party were Mrs.
George Atlee, Miss ElUabeth Gest, Miss Mary
Gcst and Miss M. Price.
Lawrence Bowen has returned to town from
a trip to Bass Rocks and Magnolia, Mass.
Miss Edith Hartwell has returned from Ocean
City, whero she spent the summer.
Major and Mrs. II. Walter Fehull gave a fare
well dinner to a number of their friends on
Wednesday evening at the Qermantown Cricket
Club. Among the guests were Mr, and Mrs.
Edward L. Reynolds, Mr. and Mr. Frederick
Dudley and Naval Constructor and Mrs. Kttner.
WIssahlckort avenue and .Queen lane since the
first of last December, during w"ch ' i
Major has been Rationed nt the "
Arsenal, He will bo transferred to Springfield,
Mass., the beginning of next week.
Mrs. Elliott Burton, of Charleston, S. C, was
the guest of honor at a bridge party giver, by
Mrs. Edward Francis Henson yesterday after
noon at her home at Manhclm street and Wlssa
hlckon avenue. . ..
Among tho guests were Mrs. Henry Booth,
Mrs. George F. Brown. Mrs. Roland Taylor,
Mr. S. Howard-Smlth, Mrs. Morris C. Burton,
Mrs. George Ralph Green. Mrs. Edward Orno
Mcllcnry, Mrs. M. O, Jordan, Mrs. J. II. W hit
hain, Miss Gladys Hetherlngton and Miss Fellna
Miss Elizabeth MacCuen Smith, of 218 West
Chelten avenue, spent Thursday in New York
onji shopping tour.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jolley, Jr., and their
daughter, Miss Dorothy Starr Jolley, of 609
East Gorgas lane, are making a week-end trip
to Atlantic City. ,
Among the entertaining which will be dons
for Miss Leonora Dennlston will be a luncheon
which will bo given for Miss Dennlston and her
bridal party by Mrs. D. English Dallam, Jr.,
at her home at 812 West Rlttenhouse street, on
Wednesday. October 7.
Miss Dennlston Is tho daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Evans Dennlston, of West School
lane, and sho will bo married to Henry D.
Booth on Saturday, October. 10.
Miss Ethel Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Jones, of 420 Strafford street, will re
turn to her home at the end of next week after
spending tho summer nt Bermuda
Miss Jones' engagement to Edmond Gosling,
of Bermuda, was announced last spring.
Miss Fcrcna Klrkpatrlck, tho daughter of Sir.
and Mrs. J. Douglass Klrkpatrlck, of Blrmlng-.
ham, Ala., Is tho guest for several weeks of
Miss Katharine Potter nt her home on Lincoln
A'n,.niml nenson of social activity Is being
planned for the Stcntog Country Club by the
committee on entertainment.
Mrs. Charles H. Thackarn Is the chairwoman
of this committee and of all the associate com
mittees. Assisting her on the entertainment
.... ,- xt Trvnnk'M. Karris', Jr.. In charge
of all card parties; Mrs.-Horace H. Burrcll
will havo charge of the season's luncheons; Mrs.
William H. Mocnch will bo the chairwoman for
both golf and dancing, nnd Mrs. M. F. Hanson
chairwoman of the house committee.
The first of this set of entertainments will be
a luncheon on Wednesday. October 7.
Mr and Mrs. John C. Gilpin, who' have been
spending the past week at Atlantic City, have
returned nnd are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Patrick Grant, 2d, for a week at their homo
on Chestnut avenue. Chestnut Hill. Mrs. Gil
pin will be remembered as Miss Lucy Dlsston
before her marriage in May.
A. Hurley Pancoast, of 7141 Creshelm
road, Is spending tho week-end at Atlantic
City. Mrs. Charles H. Jackson, who has been
the guest for several weeks of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Pancoast. has returned to her home nt At
Miss Helen Redmann, of 215 Sast Gorgas
lane, left Thursday for Swarthmore College.
Mrs. Walter H. Jarden. of East Mermaid
lane, will entertain the Mount Airy Literary
Club at "her home on Thursdny, October 1.
when tho club will have Its first meeting of
Weekly sessions for the study of English
mnsterplcces will occur, with a different mem
ber of tho club acting as hostcsB for each
Tho officers for the coming season aro:
President, Sirs. Edwin Hand, Jr.; vice presi
dent, Mrs. Archie E. Waugh; secretary and
treasurer, Mrs. Kornce H. Burrcll. Other
members will be Mrs. Frederick W. Abbott.
Mrs. Alfred Burton. Mrs. D. C. Donoghue,
Mrs. Max B. Folrimnnn. Mrs. Alfred Burton,
Mrs. S. B. Ferguson, Mrs. Thomas B. Ham
mer. Mrs. Walter H. Jarden. Mrs. Allen F.
Horton. Mrs. G. Ogclen Loxlcy. Mrs. William
Mllnes. Mrs, George S. Welter, Mrs. Adrlen F.
Wellens. Mrs. W. H. Mcarns. Mrs. Anslcy G.
White, Mrs. Thomas Philip Hammer and Mrs.
ALONG THE READING
Mrs, J. Hownrd Gibson, of Washington lane,
Jenklntown, has as her guest for several weeks
her daughter, Mrs. J. Norman Henry. Mrs.
Henry will bo remembered as Miss Mary K.
Gibson. Mrs. Gibson will not open her town
house at 2001 Walnut street until December.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hunter, of Wyncote,
havo had as their guests for several days their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. J.
Fletcher Hunter, of Columbia, Pa., and Mrs.
B. K. Coyle, of Pittsburgh.
Mrs. William A. Faulkner, of Coronado
Beach, Cat., formerly of this city, has been
the guest for several days of the Misses Ou
thclmcr, at their home on Washington lane,
Jenklntown. Mrs. Faulkner left yesterday for
Wilmington, where sho will be the guest of
her mother, Mrs. Charles E. Swift. Mrs.
Faulkner will he remembered as Miss Eliza
beth' Shlppen Swift.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gilbert, who have been
spending the summer at Saranae Lake, N. Y
will return to Red Top, their home nt Rydal,
on November 4, Instead of November 15.
Mlws Louise Brock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John P. Brock, who has been spending some
time In Baltimore, returned to her home In
Mrs. Frederick Cooper and her family, of
Jenklntown, who have been spending tho sea
eon at Ocean City, returned on Thursday and
are occupying their new home, at 131 Town
Miss Ethel Pigeon Lester, who spent a week
In Atlnntlc City, leturned on Tuesday to her
home In Glenslde.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barton, of Oak Lane,
who have been at Ventnur all summer, will
return tu their home on Tuesday.
Miss Madeleine Asbury, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Asbury, of Oak Lane, returned
to her home jestcrdny, after a month's btay
with relatives In Pittsburgh. Ra.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Whitney, will re
turn on Wednesday to their home In Oak Lano
Turk, after spending several weeks in Boston.
Miss Emma Crowell, of Oak Lane, will spend
the week at Harrisburg, where she will attend
the annual State Convention of the Daughters
of tho American Revolution, which will open
The Regal Club will give its llrst dance of
the season on Friday evening at the Beltleld
Country Club. In charge will be Alexander
Cunningham. Assisting him will be Joseph P
Dougherty and J. B. Christie.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Smolens have returned
from their wedding trip and are living at their
new home, 1301 Elinor street, Logan. They
will be at home on Sunday afternoons after
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hltchner, of Oak
Lane, will spend the coming week at Bridge
ton, N. J.
Mr?. Alice Flaherty, of jSienside, enter
tained at a musicals on Wednesday evening, at
her home on Cliveden avenue, In hflnor of the
birthday of her daughter, Miss Kathleen Q.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frlcker, of Glenslde,
entertained nt a muslcale on Wednesday even
ing. Among tho guests were Miss Marjorlo
Cole, Miss Gladys La Peer, Miss Gwendolyn
Cole, Miss Anna Kennedy, Miss Muriel Cole,
Donald McSloskey, and rirvln E. Hill.
Miss Lilian Marlon, of Oak Lane, returned
on Wednesday from a month's trip through
Mrs. John Halsley and family, of Washlng
tonw, D. C, who have been the guest of
B. C. D, Neuhnuser during the summer at
his home In Oak Lane, returned to their homo
Mr. and Mrs, Wilfred Jordan, of 4935 Chestnut
street, returned last week from Wlldwood,
Miss Edna Moorchead, of tho Normandlc, hav
ing spent the summer at Cape May, has re
turned to town for the wlnjcr.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Botts and family, of
362G Hamilton street, havo returned home, hav
ing spent the Bummer In Chelsea.
Judge and Mrs. Utley Crane, of Hamilton
Court, gave a dinner party, followed by bridge
whist, on Tuesday evening.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Thomas, of 3634
Chestnut street, nre spending the early fall In
Portsmouth, N. II.
The Rev. and Mrs. George H. Ferris, of Ham
ilton Court, who spent tho summer at Chester,
Mnss,, have returned.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Archie E. Hughes have returned
from a fortnight's stay at Narragansctt Pier.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. A. Buzby, of 522 South 40th
street, having, spent the summer In Atlantic
City, returned to town last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Qulnn nnd their fam
ily, who have been spending the summer In
Point Pleasant, will return to their homo at
3922 Sansom street by October 1.
Mrs. Mary J. Leo. of S21 North 63d street,
who summered nt Haddon Hall, has returned
to her apartments.
Friends of Miss Jessie Thompson, of 752 Pres
ton street, will be sorry to hear that she is
suffering from a broken ankle.
The wedding of Miss Edna M. Rahe, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Rahe, of 2121 Van
Pelt street, and Charles R. McDowell, Jr., ot
2132 Diamond street, Will take place on Wednes
day night, October 7, at 7 o'clock In tho Me
morial Church of the Advocate, Eighteenth nnd
Diamond streets. The rector, the Rev. Dr.
Henry Martin Medary, will perform the cere
mony. The bride will be attended by her sister,
Miss Florence E. Rahe, as maid of honor; Mrs.
Roy A. Mnnwarlng, the bridegroom's sister, as
matron of honor, and Miss Elizabeth Stelnmctz
as bridesmaid. The bridegroom has selected his
brothcr-ln-lnw, Roy Manwarlng, for best man,
and his ushers will be Emll Bahls, Herman
Schrclner, F. W. Sto'hlcr and Ernest Phillips.
On their return from a wedding Journey the
couple will live at 72(5 Annsbury street, and will
be at home after January 1.
Mrs. Adele Garman, of Fifteenth street and
Susquehanna avenue, will return from her coun
try home In Sylvanin, Pa., early In October.
Mr. Charles W. Schock. of 214S Master street,
will entertain a stag card party this evening.
Those, present will be John P. Levering, John
W. Kommcr, Llewellyn Hunslcker, Hnrry P.
Mnuger and Robert W. Grlssom.
Mr. and Mrs. George Zclgler, of Sixteenth
and Oxford streets, have returned from Atlan
tic City, where they spent the summer at the
Mr. and Mrs. William Tinker and children,
of 1529 North Sixteenth street, have closed their
cottage nt Twelfth and Wesley avenues. Ocean
City, and returned to the city. Harry Frlcke,
of 63d and Vine streets, has returned to college
Miss .Nina Potsdamer will give a muslcale
tomorrow night, nt her home. 1610 Diamond
street. In honor of the birthday of her nance,
Amo3 E. Joel.
Her guests will Include Miss Julia Silver
man, Miss Cecelia Stein, Miss Gertrude New
man, Rose Greenfield, Isaac Levine, Nathan
Saxe, Jack Groenberg Irving Newman, Ed
wurd Wclscn, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pollock und
Mr. and Mrs, N. Potsdamer.
The S. S. C. Association gave a miscellaneous
shower on Tuesday night at tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Hortman, 314S North Park ave
nue, for their daughter. Miss Florence Mao
Hortmnn, whose marriage to Christian Demmy
took place Inst evening. The guests were: Miss
Emma A. Campbell, Miss Llna New lands, Miss
Marian Bertolet, Mlsa Kdlth Clarke, Miss Mil
dred Haag, Miss Simpson, Miss Bessie Simp
son, Miss Marie Schultz, Miss Lillian Gordon,
Miss Edna Culbertson, Miss Edna Lindner, Miss
Virginia Humes, Miss Florence Nuttdll, Miss
Mnrgaret Stnpleford. Miss Katharine Shalbert
and Miss Mary Kaufman.
Mrs. Samuel High, of 1S03 West Ontario street,
lins returned from Ocean City, where she passed
the summer nnd early fall.
Mr. and Mrs. John Llvney, of Nineteenth and
Venango streets, are taking n trip up the Hud
son to Albany and Troy, N. Y.
Miss Florence Young, of 3403 North Seven
teenth street, and Miss Lillian Kline have re
turned from a two weeks' visit to Old Point
Comfort and through the South.
Mrs. Georqe Stockman, of 1S24 West Tioga
ttreet, Is visiting her daughter. Mrs. William
Raudenbush, In Denver, Colo., and will remain
through the fall and early winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis, of 4607 North
Broad street, returned during the week from nn
all summer's stny in Chelsei.
Miss Mabel Kchr Donnelly, of 5111 North
Thirteenth street, is entertaining a house party
at her cottage In Chester Heights, Pa this
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MISS JEAN N. THOMPSON
Miss Thompson is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Thompson, of 1816 Dc
Lancey place. She wilt make her debut at
a tea which will be given by her parents
the afternoon of December 3. Miss Jean
Thompson and Miss Alice C. Thompson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chapman
Thompson, of Mcrion, will be guests of
honor at a small dance which will be given
at the Mcrion Golf Club on October 27 by
Mrs. W. Percy Simpson, of Overbrook.
Mrs. Clarenco Dengler, of Ridge avenue. Wis.
snhickan, entertained at "500" on Monday even
Ipg at her home. Her guests were Mrs. Fer
dinand Davis, Mrs. Walter Fancourt, Miss Edith
Fee, Miss Gertrude Field, Mrs. Ralph Tope,
Miss May McKlnney, Mrs. Milton Smith, Mrs.
Ella Shulcr. Mr. Edward Shappell, Mrs. Joseph
Rose, Mrs. Clayton Thomas, Mrs. Louis Wagner
and Mrs. J. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goettman, of 421 Green
lane, have returned from the Delaware Water
Gap and will take a week, end motor trip to
Mrs. Annie S. Shoemaker, who has been the
guest of her niece, Mls Elizabeth Simpson, of
117 Green lane, has returned to her home In
CHESTER AND VICINITY
Miss Gertrude Buckley, daughter of Com
modore John J. Buckley, of the West End Yacht
Club, was given a "500" party In commemora
tion of her birthday last week.
Miss Evelyn Rook, of West Third street. Is
home from a week's visit to friends at Bristol
M- and Mrs. Robert Stalnton have returned
to' their home on West Third street from Ocean
City, N. J., where they were entertained for
a week by their son, Howard Stalnton.
Mrs. John A. Wallace, who spent the summer
In various parts ot New York State, lus re
turned to her home on Kerlln street.
Mrs. Thomas Warren, ot Hanover, Pa., is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. William Tompkins, of
Miss Miriam Cowley, of Edgmont avenue, has
returned from a week's visit to friends at
Mrs. S. T. Vantlne, of Bristol. N. J-. Is the
guest of Mrs. E. A Rook, of West Third street.
WEDDING BELLS AFAR AND NEAR
Miss Musser to Become Bride of Samuel B.
Eckcrt, Jr., at Dorset, Vt. Other Brides Here.
The wedding of Miss Agnes H. Musser. daugh
ter of Mrs. John Musser and the late well
known Doctor Musser. of this city, and Samuel
B. Eckcrt, Jr.. took place today In tho Epis
copal Church at Dorset. Vt.
Miss Slusser, who was unuttended, was given
In marriage by her brother. Dr. John Musser.
She wore a lovely gown of soft white crepe de
chine, trimmed with rich lace, a tulle veil, and
carried orchids and lilies. Mr. Eckert had for
best man AVIIHam Berry. The wedding was u
very quiet affair, and was followed by a small
reception at KIbbycote. the home of Mrs. Mus
ser. After a cddlng trip Mr. and Mrs. Eck
crt will live nt 2034 De Lancey place. A num
ber of Phllndclphlans nttended the marriage.
Among those who left yesterday for Dorset
wore Miss Anna Ingcrsoll, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. R.
Tatnall, Dr. and Mrs. John Musser and others.
The marriage of Miss Marlon Genevieve Ma
gulre and James Downey Boyle, of Fredericks
burg. Md.. will take place tonight at tho
Church of Our Lady of Mercy, Broad street
and Susquehanna avenue, at 6 o'clock.
Miss M.igulre will be given in marriage by
her father, John Russell Maguire. She will
wear .a gown of soft Ivory-white satin, elab
orately trimmed with real lace, and will carry
a shower bouquet of roses and lilies of tho
valley. Her tulle veil will be fastened with
orange blossoms Her maid of honor will bo
Miss Margaret Maguire; she will wear a frock
of white taffeta mad? In a basque effect, and
with a skirt which will be composed of three
tiers of lace. She will wear an Irish crochet
Castle cap. trimmed with pink chilfon ropej,
and will carry a bouquet of Maryland roses.
The bridesmaids will be Mhs Kathryn Ma
guire, Miss Genevieve Maguire, Miss Josephine.
Eipcnmnn and Miss Frances Magulro. They
will wear pink tnffeta basque frocks, ami pink
bonnets topped with white tulle bows, and will
carry pink cosmas.
Mr. Boyle will be attended by Frnnk Boyle,
of Baltimore, ns best man, and his ushers will
be Henry Boyle, of Emmettsburg, Md-I Joseph
Boylo anil Albert Boyle, of Baltimore, and
Sidney Sappington, of Fredericksburg, Md.
The ceremony will be performed by tho Rpv.
Gerald P. C.ighlan, rector or the church, and
will be followed by a supper and reception nt
I tho homo of the bride's parents. UJ3 Uber
On their return from a wedding trip Mr. anil
Mrs. Hoyle will live at 2011 Calvert street. Hal
tlmoic, and will be at home after October 15.
A quiet wedding will be solemnized today In
New Orleans, when Mis, Alt Ik a Johnson will
become the hrlilo of Dr. Sipmcl Bradbury, of
Wayne avenue and Coulter street.
Miss Johnson is the daughter of Mr. ami
Mrs. Wllmer Johnson, ami Is immensely popvj.
lar In New Orleans. After an extended wm
illnq trip Mr. ami Mrs. Bradbury will Uvs at
29 East 77th street. Now York.
Mrs. J. M. Duffy and her daughter, iltes
Marie P'iffv, will entertain at canU thts even
ing, at their home, 1416 Castle avenue. About
60 invitations have been issued, and among
tlnse expected aro Mr. and Mrs. G Guegeon.
Mi-, and Mrs. A. Mcllugh. Miss Marian Itelz,
of Roxborpugh; Miss Johanna Seene, of
Oerniantown; Mitts Marie de Vaux, of Lans-do-.vne;
Miss Agnes Comber. Miss Helen Con
way. Al Kelly, James Bonner, Rodman Hope,
Stanley Hope. Miss Anna Robinson. Mlwj Ger
trude Mi.Uoy. Miss Dorothy Power, ills litla,
Klnnan, Al Cunlngham, Frank Ponneily, Uer
ttam Wolfe aad James Gou'd
Captain mvi Mr McCoacu hac closed the,lr
cottngo at Ocean City an. turned o the'
home, 2439 Carpenter street, where they wMl
remain for the, winter. Their son. WJ J.
McCoach, who has been visiting them for
the last month, returned on Tuesday to Annap
olis, where he will complete his """;'"
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Kolb nnd their children,
who have spent the summer months In their
cottage nt Wlldwood Crest, have returned t
their home, 2323 South 21st street.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frede.lck Hrflse, of 2223 Catharine-
street, announce the engagement of the r
daughter. Thelmn. and Paul Wendt. Tho wed
ding will take Place In Old Christ Church early
Miss r.otc Kchicfer and Mis'? Helen
fichnefer will leave tomorrow for New York,
where they will he the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John Krouie for several days.
With the return of cooler weather, many of
the pilvnte dancing clnes linvo resumed meet
ings. Among these tho Tango Social Is one to
which many of the moit popular of South
Philadelphia's younger set belong. Tho clns
will mrct on the first Wednesday of November,
and promises to be Just ns populnr nfl In for
mer ears. The members, nmong others, In
clude MIjs Nnn Furey, Mies Ada Long. Mln
Catherine Dillon. Miss Claudia lllnghnrt, Mlsa
Mnrle Mnroncy, Mlsi Catherine Grayhend, Mla
May Furey, Miss Catherine Furoy, Edwaid
Flynn, Joseph Felix. Lawrence Dnrati, Charles
Struckblnc, Albert J. Schell and Dr. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. Stack, of M13 Cedar avenue, aro
receiving congratulations on tho birth of ii lit
tle daughter, May Catherine Stack. Mrs. Stack
will bo rcmcmbeicd as Miss May Burke, of
J41S South Broad street, whose wedding last
fall was one of Hie social events of the season.
Dnnrc Frocks and Afternoon Gowns Worn By
Women of Fashion Attract tlic Artistic Eye.
With the sudden changes from cold to heat
and back to cold again, which have been tho
order of the day In the weather these past
weeks, every style of frock may bo scon. Tho
evening gown Is, of course, much in evidence
at the many dances which arc held In tho clubs
and hotels of the suburbs, which form so im
portant a pait in the life of Philadelphia's
maid.i and matrons.
Mlsc Knthnrine A. Bowie, a debutante of this
year, wears a glrllidi gown of creamy lace, the
skirt ot which is made In a three-tier crfit.
The dainty bodice Is cut In a surpllc"e shape,
and Is Joined to the skirt by a wide girdle of
shirred satin. Another dainty white frock is
worn by Miss Pauline Dlsston. who 3 a petite
and dainty type of young girl. Tho little gown
Is of cobwebby lace, and Is trimmed here and
there with tiny bunches of rosebuds.
Another attractive evening gown Is that worn
by Mis. Gilbert Harvey. The skirt is made of
soft folds of white satin, while the bodice has
a Jacket effect and pannier of old rose cut
velvet. Soft lace Is used about the neck and
Mrs. Harold Roberts, of Hnvcrford, wears a
carmlngly simple and effective evening frock
at the club dances. The foundation of the
skirt is soft white satin, over which falls
three flounces of shadow lace; the top flounce
Is outlined by heading of tiny rosebuds. A
klmonii bodice of boft laco Is also trimmed
with rosebuds. A chic white straw hat, tho
crown of which Is encircled with small dark
blue velvet flowers and a large pink rose at
the side, completes the costume.
White and black-and-white costumes ar
extremely popular for the street for early fall.
Mrs. Robert Learning Montgomery has chosen
a becoming costume in white. Tho skirt Is
rather plain, and over it Is worn n cape-coat,
which falls almost to the knees in back nnd
shortens at tho front. Tho white Is relieved
by n small, close-nttlng hnt of black velvet,
with upstanding goura feathers.
Miss Hope Beale, who Is tail and statuesque,
has selected an outdoor costume which Is
charming for Its simplicity. Her frock is of
white cross-barred crepe, devoid ot trimming;
with it sho weais a small black velvet hat
with a single huge senrlot flower nt the front.
A smart gown of black chiffon taffeta has
been selected by Mrs. Mahlon Hutchinson. Tho
short Jacket is worn over a blouse of black
chlrfon, and Mis. Hutchinson's hat Is of black
velvet, Mrs. Georgo R. Yarrow appeared re
cently In a becoming gown of pale gray taffeta,
with a small black hat.
Miss Elsie Morris Brlnton wears a good-looking
blue cerge coat-suit. Tho skirt Is narrow
and has a Phort tunic. A short rounded coat,
trimmed w'th a smart black satin collar re
veres nnd cuffs stitched In a lighter shade of
blue, completes the costume. With this Mis3
Biiuton wears a large black velvet sailor-shapo
hat, with a single feather lying close to tho
brim, the onds of which cross on ono side.
Mre. William J. Clothier, who has been a
conspicuous figure every day ut the horse,
show In Bryn Mawr this week. Ims chosen an
extremely chic gown of white lace, which la
made with n gathered skirt and wldo soft
girdle. Tho hat, which seemed as if specially
chnsen for this frock, had a rather full crown
of black velvet and a wide brim of shadow
lace, which was wired and gave an upstand
ing halo effect.
Another lovely creation which was seen at
the horse show was that worn by Mrs. llobort
i Kelso Cnssatt, who returned last week from a
j summer spent In Newport. Tho frock was
I fashioned of garlands of lace, which wero out
i lined at the top with bands of French blua
, shaded ribbon. The bodice was open nt tha
neck and finished with a de Medici collar.
Mrs. Cassett's hat was large, and wna mad
of cream-colored lace, ami was trimmed with
small bunches of any (lowers.
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Mr. and Mrs. U. U. Royal, of 618 Cooper
street, have announced the ertarasemt-nt of
their second daughter, Miss Ruth Royal, to
Paniel Frary. formerly of Chicau. MU Royal
was graduated from Ml JMI'a m-hooi in ton.
and was president of her claw Mr ami .Mi.
Royal and family have returned to tlu-ir Oam
den home from Oiean City, where they oc
cupied a cottage tills eessou.
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Shinier nut, u.w
returned to their Cooper utretst Uomw fiom S. a
fcide Park, where they have occupied a cottage
for several tason. Mr, timer' parent. Mr
and Mra. Louis Iteroas. of North Hixth stieu,
were her gueata fur part of tin- aumm i
Pr. and Mra- Paul M-i, of MO ')-(.
ftrret. have cloacd their col lav at f- Sh
ami returned to town. '
Mr. and Mra. Itavkt Jester and tbir nn t
Sixth and Mndeu irfi. have cotd tlivtr
apartment on the lUiardwalk i (let an cuv
ami returned to th Uly. Uro. J.tatr' mnh.r
and sister (pent tha cummer with them .it tli
Mr. aad Mra. Harvey luuijtirei una .h !
drcn, of gaveotU aM m tmt. fcvi
turned from Chelsea, here Itay ajient tli r
Mr and Mrs Kr.-tUii k lu ,.i v i i" .,,
street hac clus.nl th. u t ,u ,i , ,
Gardens and (ire tnjo. n g , ,