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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADBLPHIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1914.
Mn. and una. james r. taiinestock,
of 237 Eriat Mttenliouse square, have Issued
Invitations for a large theatre party, to bo fol
lowed by a supper at the Bellevue-Strntforil, In
honor of their daughter, Mies Charlotte Fahne
tjtock, on Monday evening, February 1,
Mr. and Mrs, Howard 1'ardee have arrived In
KevV York and will rench Philadelphia on
"Wednesday to spend the holidays with Mr. Par
dee's parents, Mr. and Mrsi Calvin Pardee, ot
S33 "West Walnut lane, Clermantown. Mrs. Par
dee before her marriage on August 22 was
Baronets Hedy Allco von Froweln, ot Castle
The marriage of Miss Emily McKeon and
Francis V. Kemblc, son of Mrs. Isaac W.
Kemble, of 1901 South lllttenhouso square, will
take place Tuesday, January 26. The engaue
ment of Mlsa McKeon and Mr. Kcmblo was
Announced yesterday by her brother, Spencer
Mr. aild Mrs. Henry Paul Busch, of 324 South
17th street, are being congratulated on the birth
ot a daughter yesterday, to be named Emilia
Buach. Mrs. Busch was Miss l.ydla Smith,
daughter of Mrs. T. Learning Smith.
Miss Fnnnlo M. Fuller, t Scranton, has an
nounced the engagement of her niece, Mildred
Fuller Smith, to Mylon J. Mltchel, son of Sam
uel I. Mltchel, of S25 Walton avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony I.aussat Qeyelln and
their small daughter. Miss Betty Qeyelln, ot
Harrlsburg, will arrive on Wednesday to spend
the Christmas holiday season with Mrs. 3ey
elln's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Stanley Qrlawold
Flagg, at their city residence, 1723 Bpruce street.
Mr. and Mrs. Flagg will entertain nt a family
dinner party on Christmas Day. and several.
Informal gatherings havo been arranged to take
place during the visit of their son-in-law and
Mrs. William W. Filler will return this after
noon from a short sojourn In New York to her
city residence, 1C00 Wnlnut street.
Irs. William Walter Nevlns has sent out In
vitations for a ChrlstmaB tree party to be given
at her home. In Wynnoivood Manor, on Thurs
day afternoon, In honor of her daughter, Miss
Lillian Nevlns, and her son, Frank Nevlns.
About 2o children will be present. The after
noon will bo spent In games and dancing, with
Informal supper served at 5 o'clock. Mrs.
Nevlns will bo assisted by Mrs, Frederick For
syths and Miss Kmcllo Hoscllo Nevlns.
Dr. and Mrs. Walthcr E. Tlahte have Issued
Invitations for a tea at the Aldine on New
Year's Day from 4 until 6 o'clock.
Dr. U Webster Fox, 203 South 17th Btrcet, left
Saturday on his annual winter vacation. This
Mill be spent at Sunset Inn, Port Scwall, Fla.
.Jpoctor, Fax, who was accompanied by his son,
Lawrence W. Fox, a student of Yale, will re
turn January 4.
The Monday Evening Junior Dances will hold
the first meeting tonight in the Rose Gardens
of the Bellevue-Stratford.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gaylord, of New York,
will spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs.
Guylord's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Bell, ot
'Evergreen avenue. They will attend tho dinner
which Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hood will give on
Saturday, December 28.
Mrs. Baulton Earnshaw has returned to her
homo on Montgomery avenue from New York,
where she spent the last few days.
Mrs. George A. Brooke's dancing class for tha
school set held Its second meetintr Saturdnv
E night at Manhelm. There Is a committee of
fftrls and boys, whose work it Is to select sub.
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vuumiiuiscs tur cacu uunce. xnese memoers ace
as hosts for the evening, introducing the new
members and making themselves responsible
for the entertainment of gdests. The girls' com
mittee consists ot Miss JoseDhlne Reeves, rhnlr.
1 man; Miss Eleanor Wunder, Miss Margaret
Burton, Miss Marlon Button, Miss Eleanor
Davis, Miss Martha Henderson, Mlsa Mary
Bonner Daniel, Miss Judith Jennlncrs. Mlas
Nancy Smyth, Miss Edith Hobson, Miss Ellra-
Frank Deacon Is chairman of the bovs' com.
mlttee, and his assistants aro Donald Gawthron.
; William Clothier, Clifford Cutler, Lews Cutler,
: ivenncin union. Earnest KJtson. William Beard,
?eorge Stevenson, Edward Cassard. AshbrldM
pharpless, Richard Taussig, Horace Barba,
Arthur Goodfellow. of Detroit. Mich., will
Spend the Christmas holidays with his parents
at their home, 232 West Schoolhouso lane.
Mrs. Henry Bauer, of 624 Lincoln drive, -will
gnUrtaln this afternoon, when her guests viu
i -.ij. viho 14CIII, jjrs. uscar ocnraipt, Mrs.
trailer noyer, Mrs uustave Scbaetzle, Wrs.
arricK, airs. Harry G. Querns. Mrs. Geon-s
Jlrich. Mrs. Elmer E. Johnson, Mrs. Franklin
tppel, Mrs Harry Heist and Mrs. John Snyder.
MlM Lorraine Hlllesley, of Mount Airy avenue.
gin os nosiess to me members of her card Huh
it luncheon and 600 on Wednesday. Har gueiti
hi no juiss aiary Taylor, Miss Helen Young.
Hiss warian uatesman, Mlsa Helen Fry. Mls
flarlan Montgomery, Miss data Jacobus, Miss
Eirgaret Speese and Miss Helen. Croskey.
ALONG THE READING
3n New Year's Br thera will be a Domino
nee at w via yprlc Road Countrv ciuh t
80 o'clock. The committee In oharre, lnshnlMt
1M Marion Gayley. Mlsa Doris Wbtherb
na u aerate a. surer.
jajrs Homes Q. FeUerou; 7 Wyneote, vm
pwrwin ina mempers or ttie Woman's CluU
tijiivvk uii jutujr nvcnmg. ueeember IS.
S o'clock Mariorle Benton Cooke, the nov-
Ht. will give original rtadlnjra and mono.
pas Evin Arwwtroflg. daughter of Mr
Mrs. William Aroutoetur, of Wabtut atrial.
ttlrfntown, rtunwd Thm-aday tH&i IVtt-
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rloKs tb Howard l.enford Murray will take
pin co on January 20. The card ot Miss Made
line Asbury Is Inclosed.
Miss Emma Crowcll nnd Mrs. T. Allen
Crowcll will spend tho Christmas holidays In
Mr, and Mrs. William E. droben, ot Lake,
side and Valley roads, will entertain n house
party over the holidays. Their guests will in
cludo J. S. Kelsey, of New York: Dr. I. W.
McClelland, of Pittsburgh, nnd Miss Adele
A luncheon was given Saturday at the home
of Mrs. Robert F. Henderson. Chetten avenue,
In honor ot Miss Marlon Hlghley, of Norfolk,
Va., who Is the guest of Mrs. Henderson's
daughter, Miss Martha Cameron Henderson.
Tho tables were decorated with roses nnd nar
cissi nnd tho guests numbered CO. On Janu
ary 6 Mrs. Henderson will give A largo tea nt
tho Rltz-Carlton, which will also bo In Miss
Hlghle's honor. Miss Hlghley will Icavo for
her homo January S.
Miss Leona Veronica Andrew, of 67th avenue,
North, will return from school In Baltimore
this week to spend the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McCorroll are receiving
congratulations upon the birth of a son, Wil
liam Orimth, born nt Pernumbuco, Brazil. Mrs
McCarrolI will be remembered as Miss Helen
Griffith, of Oak Lane.
Mrs. Harry T. Barton, of Chelten avenue and
Camac street, Oak Lane, and Mrs, A E. Op
penhclmer, of North Broad street, gave a lunch
con followed by cards Saturday afternoon at the
homo of Mrs, Barton. The decorations were
tho red nnd green appropriate to tho Christmas
holldnys. The guests wcro Mrs. William Mar
shall, Mrs. J. A. MofTalt, Mrs. John O. Holmes,
Mrs. Ljdla Bradford. Mrs. E. J. Hertz, Mrs.
Horace Hall, Mrs. Wayno Babcock, Mrs. E. A.
Schoflchl, Mrs. J. M. Rush Jermon, Mrs. Henry
Thlssell, Mrs. Louis Beltler, Mrs. Ooodycar
Smith, Mrs. Lena Wagner, Mrs. George Gorm
ley, Mrs. C. C. Faunce, Mrs. Robert R Dear
don, Mrs. Genevieve Miller, Mrs. D. McGotigall,
Mrs. Marshall Taylor, Mrs. J Clifford English.
Mrs. Emma Johns, Mrs. J. S. Rambo, Mrs.
Percy Garwood, Mrs. J. J. McCormlck, Mrs.
Amos Gclkler, Mrs. Kate Trlpplo. Mrs. Thomas
ir. Hulton, Mrs. Arthur Brown, Mrs Harrison
Rea, Mrs. David Charles Murtha, Mrs. Elmer
Crawford, Mrs. Thomas Brown, Mrs. E. C.
Shcllenburger, Mrs. Cecelia Wnrnock, Mrs.
Joseph Gabriel, Mrs. Georgo Fleck, Mrs. George
B. Reading, Mrs. Harry Baughman, Mrs. John
J. Fclln. Mrs. R. Y. Tllbert, Mrs. Edward B.
Finck, Mrs. Charles Rowley, Mrs. Jesse A.
Moore, Mrs. Gertrude Marquet and Mrs. Mary
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davenport, of Harrli
burg, will spend the Christmas holidays with
Mrs. Davenport's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward T. Williams, at their home, 6031 Walnut
street. Mrs. Davenport, before her marriage
last month, was Miss Elsie Muller Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Montgomery, of 439
South 4Hh street, will entertain at dinner on
Wednesday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Montgomery
are giving a series of these small dinner?
through December and January. ,
Mr. and Mrs. William Temple Smith, of
Grcensborough, Md., arrived In this city Thurs
day nnd will spend tho Christmas holidays with
Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Addison A.
Christian, of 4512 Walnut street. Miss Elizabeth
Christian has nl&o returned from St. Mary's
School for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Connelly, of 4234 Chestnut
street, will entertain at a delightful Informal
brldgo party this evening, followed by a supper.
Covers will be laid for 12 guests, and polnsettlas,
holly and conventional Christmas emblems will
be attractively combined n the decorations.
A tea was given Saturday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank M. Sharpless, In Arrott street, to
announce tho engagement of their daughter,
Mlsa Rebecca Jane Sharpless, to Walter M,
McAlpIn, of this city. The color scheme of
the very attractive decorations was red and
green, the flowers used being polnsettlas, which
had an effective background of evergreens and
holly. Receiving with Mrs. and Miss Sharpless
were Mrs. J, Edward Fronchll, of West Phil
adelphia; Miss Ethel Duncan, of Merchantvllle,
,N, J., and Miss Orllne Bates, of Tioga. Mrs.
TJ, M. Longfleld poured tea.
Miss Marjorle Hutchinson, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. Frank R. Hutchinson, will be 'guest
of honor at a small dinner dance which will
be given by her uncle at his home In Torresdale,
Mrs. H H, Long, of Arrott street entertained
her Saturday card club at luncheon and bridge.
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MRS. EDWARD T. STOTESBURY
Mrs. Stolcsbury is one of the patronesses for tho Monday Evening Junior dances, the Grit of which
will be given tonight.
WITH Christmas so near and with the tired
feeling after last week's work In the Mnde-In-Amorlca
Feto there seems to be a llttlo let-up
In the gaiety.; Only two affairs aro scheduled
for today. 'Miss Roberta Brown Downing,
..ebutante daughter of Mrs. Robert W. Down
ing, will be guest of honor at a dlnner-dnnca
on tho U. S. S. Connecticut, to be given this
evonlng by Ensign Charles H. Mecum.
The debutantes who will attend will Include
Miss Katharine Ogden, Miss Hansel! French
Enrle, Miss Jean Morris LUlle, Miss Margaret
Smith, Miss Margaret II. Burton, Miss Anna
Mary Walthour, Miss Charlotte rahnestock.
Miss Mary Ballard, debutante daughter of
ilr. and Mrs. Ellis Ames Ballard, will be guest
of honor at n dlnnor-danco to be given by Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey L. Elklns and Miss Ethel C.
Elkins at their homo, 7S01 Creshelm road. The
guests will Include Miss Hester Anderson,
Miss Eleanor L. Porcher, Miss Anna Stew
art, Miss Marian Kingston, Miss Helen Foster,
Miss Katherine Newbold Miss Huberta Potter,
Miss Margaret Baker Miss Anne Elllcott Ham
ilton Vogdes, Arthur Werrlck, Frederick Bal
lard, Warren Donaldson, Arthur Crosby, Brooks
Llstor, Thomas Foster, Robert Gantert, Eyre
Price, TerrlU Price, Alfred Phillips, Jr.. Albert
Stout, Jr., Herbert Alsen nnd Sidney Kelley.
Mr and Mrs. James P. McNIchol and family,
of 222 West Logan square, left on Saturday for
their winter home at St. Lucie, Fla., where they
will spend several weeks. They will have as
their guests Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. McNIchol
and Miss Evangeline de Plerra.
The Terpslchoreans held their December
dance In the Gold Room ot the Hotel Adelphla
Saturday evening. At the November meeting a
demonstration dance was given by one of the
members, David Pomerantz. who was ably as
sisted by Miss Elizabeth Cope. This proved so
Interesting and enjoyable that the committee
decided to offer another exhibition dance Sat
urday evening. This was given by Howard
ClaBsen. another member, and Miss Lillian
Cross with great success.
i The committee In charge of the dances con
sists of K, J. Blrnbrauer, A. Wallace Boi'ton,
II. Klnsey Kerr, G. H, Knauer, J. P. MeCut
lough, J E. Pierce, A. O. Smith. W. V, Win
der and C, E. Wolflnger, the patronesses being
Mrs.' H. Blrnbrauer, Mrs. M. E, Borton, Mrs.
M. J. Kerr, Mrs. C, D. Knauer, Mrs. M. II.
McCullough, Mrs. C. V, Winder and Mr. O, H.
Miss Florence Lavln, of 2310 Green street,
has returned from New York, where ihe was
tho guest of Mrs. Louis Senle, ot Riverside
drive, for several weeks.
Mlsa Jean Progosln, ot New York, spent the
week-end as the guest ot Miss Betty Daroff,
of J51? North 7th itreet.
Mlsa Pauline Sohwerfn will give an at home
on December 30 to meet Mlsi Edith Ullrain, ot
Buffalo. K- Y.
Mis Helen Goldsmith apd Mlu May New
roan have Issued Invitations for an at home on
Saturday afternoon. Deaetaber 24. at 1343 North
Mr and Mrs. Peter Mulloy, of 13 W Ingersolt
street, are being congratulated on the birth
of a daughter Saturday. December 5.
UtM Frances Hill and Mtn Jane H1U, of 1HT
South Broad street. wtU eaterUU tha mtnbws
at tbe later No 8wta? Otrele this evening at
their hew. A buftt lawtbton will bo served,
Tbdr ffuU will Include MIh Htfea MeLausto
lip. Mtf B4Br McLaughlin. m May Mg
M4y, MJ Mary StvUen. Nu JulU . MUa
Nan CUOMrford. Uim JnUa fiatM, Miss AUc
Mce4jr ao4 MlM Wary Br9jB Tits twi
vuvut WMum wnmsnif in MwaM f iU,
m Mf a TskUw tm mjpw
entertain at a "D00" party this evening, followed
by n supper. Covers will bo laid for eight
guests. Her guests will bo Miss May McKeevcr
Miss May Scherr, Miss Anna Fleming, Miss
Alice McCaullcy, Miss May Mogenedy, Miss
Margaret Brogan nnd Miss Anna C. McCaulley.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Haines, of 1S20 South 17th
street, will have ns their guests over the Christ
mas holidays their daughter nnd her husband,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Peter, of Pittsburgh,
Pn. Several delightful llttlo affairs have been
planned In their honor.
Dr. and Mrs. William I. Tomllnson, of 1823
Porter street, InKho Olrnrd Estate, will have
as their guests over ChriBtmas Doctor Tom
Hnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Tom
llnson, of Mount Holly; Mrs. Evans Tomllnson,
of Mount Holly, and Jay B. Tomllnson, of Am
Miss Loleta Bright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Bright, and Charlton E. Adams, of At
lantic City, N. J., will bo married In Trinity
Episcopal Church Wednesday evening, December
30, at 6 o'clock. The rector, the Rev. Frederick
M. Klrkus, will officiate. Miss Bright, who Is
a graduate of Vassar College, will be attended
by Miss Edith Frederick, of this city, as maid
of honor and her bridesmaids will bo Miss Anne
Cooper, of Camden; Miss Florence Sullivan, of
Ashland, Wis.; Miss Helen Hayes and Miss
Madeline Williamson, of this city. George Butz,
of this city, will be the groom's best man, and
the ushers will be William Bright and Paul
Bright, of this city; Dr. Homer, Silvers and
Horace Imlay, of Atlantic City, N. J.; Robert
Miller, of Lancaster, Pa., and Peter Graf, 36,
of Pittsburgh, Pa. Mr. Adams Is the son of
Mr. and Mrs, Clement J. Adams, of Atlantic
City, N. J., where the bride and bridegroom will
reside after their marriage.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bancroft will give a
dance for Juniors In tho New Century Club
parlors on the evening of Tuesday, Decem
ber 29. for their daughter, Mlsa Esther Ban
croft. Mr. and Mrs, James Semple have announced
the engagement of their daughter, Miss Ade
line Semple, and James J, Shock, ot Phila
delphia. On Saturday, the day after Christmas, a
dansant wilt be given In tho lobby of the Hotel
du Pont for the benefit of the Home of Mer
ciful Rest The ladles who are interested are
Mrs. Richard Reese, Mrs. Reuben Satterth.
walte, Mrs. A. Felix du Pont, Mrs. Charles L.
Patterson, Miss Martha Shortlldge, Miss Chris
tine Gause and Miss Mary Biggs.
Mr, and Mrs. Hamilton M. Barksdala will
give a dance at the Country Club the Monday
night after Christmas for thejr daughter, Miss
A the dansant for the benefit ot the Red Cross
will be held at the home of Mrs. Joseph Ban
croft tomorrow as a kind of pre-Chrlstmsa
festivity, The Invitations have been Issued by
a committee comprising Miss Elizabeth Reese,
Miss Louise Ketnbardt, Miss Rebecca Rein,
hardt and Miss Anne Garrett, y
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Mrs. John F. Starr, of 501 Linden street, will
leave Tuesday for Baltimore to spend the holi
days with ber daughter, Mrs. Thomas West
Frank Lloyd. Jr., has returned from Prince
ton to spend the holidays with his parents if
tth and Cooper streets.
Mlsa Mary Bobbins, of Penn street, enter
talned her literary soelety this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J, N. Aka have closed tbr
heme at U asd Pesa street and gone to their
Uwgalow near TKusvMte, ma,
Ut. and Mrs. Hawy Besshaa at CMttags.
weed, N. J, aro beta eagratMtoJ4 oa the
birth of a daughter, from DfMmfe,f l, Lan
MIm Mario mtanad, f Utte tmmm,
t viitUag bar 4aa Mr. M. VUml. l
Qfearfes TtMtjstt k Wt for a
vteit to am aafwats ro I &-" -irtVi
AVERY pretty wedding took place last night
, at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lnhgs
feld, 2212 North 18th street, when their daugh
ter, Miss Rita Langsfeld, was given In marriage
by her father to David W. Haas. The Rev.
Dr. Joseph Krauskopf, of the Keneseth Israel
Congregation, officiated nt the ceremony. The
bride wore a gown of white pussy willow taf
feta trimmed with duchess lace and pearls.
Her tulle veil fell from n duchess lace cap,
which was held In place with orango blossoms.
She carried an Ivory bound prayer-book with
a marker of lilies of the valley.
Miss Pauline Herzberg, who was maid of
Miss Anna Brown, of 83 East Orecnwood ave
nue, gave a bridge Saturday afternoon, at her
home. Her guests were Mrs. Robert Wilson,
Miss Frances Hannlngton, Mrs. Milton J.
Hagy, Miss Irene Morrison, Mrs. Austin Boyd,
Miss Margaret Morrison, Miss Edith Harris,
Miss Pauline Andersen, Miss Gladys Phillips
and Miss Mellta Zehender.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Fitzgerald gave A
danco and suppor at their home, S6 West Balti
more avenue, Saturday evening, In honor of
Miss Eleanor Young, of Philadelphia, whoso en
gagement to Charles Wells has just been an
nounced. Among the guosts present were Mr.
and Mrs. Charles J. Pilling, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Mercer Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. William
Parks, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Young, Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. Edward Ryan, the Misses Ryan, Robert
Carney nnd Richard Carberry.
One of the Christmas festivities will be b
dance given by the Auxiliary Board of the
Homeopathic Hospital In tho Now Century
Club on the evening of December 23. Tho
patronesses will be Mrs. Harrison W. Howell.
Mrs Frank H. Thomas, Mrs. John Richardson,"
Jr, Mrs. George W. Chambers, Mrs. O. Curtis
I'urdy, Mrs. Stirling H. Thomas, Mrs. Samuel
N. Trump, Mrs. Horace Betts, Mrs. James
Stirling, Mis. Charles Beadenkopf, Mrs. J. J.
Satterthwalte, Mrs. "Francis Sellers.
Miss Mildred Haag, of 1811 West Venango
street, and Miss Marian Bertolct, of 3346 North
1Mb street, will bo at home on Wednesday to
receive donations for their annual Christmas
celebration for tho poor families of Tioga. These
young women, prominent in many social func
tions In the northern section of tho city, for
several years have carried on this philanthropic
work. The list is much larger this year than
lust, owing to the number of men out ot work
who are unable to provide for their families.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crompton, of Pennsgrovc,
N. J., will be the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. John
S. Hcnton, of 3130 North 18th street, over the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Fahrlg entertained at
dinner Saturday nlaht at their home, 3822 North
16th street, In honor of Mr. and Mrs. William
J. Blckel, of Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. nickel,
who formerly lived In this city, will spend the
Arrangements have been completed for the
One Hundred Club dance at Horticultural Hall
on New Year's night. Many new entertaining
features will be Introduced.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold MacGlbbon will leave
during the week for their new home In Santa
Fe, N. M. Mrs. MacGlbbon was Miss Helen
Zane, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mor
ris Zane, of 2200 West Tioga street.
Mrs. Charles Hatcher with her daughters,
Miss Mabel and Miss Florence Hatcher, who
left Tioga to make their home In San Diego,
Cal will visit her son, Charles Hatcher, Jr.,
ot North Broad street during the winter. A
number of entertainments are being arranged
in their honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Kerstlne, of 3S13 North
17th street, are receiving congratulations on
the birth of a daughter, Dores Janet Kerstlne.
Miss Rae Fox, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel T. Fox, Jr., ot West Tioga street; Miss
Louise Mills, of Lansdowne; Miss Adele Steele,
Miss Helen Barnet, of Germantown, and Miss
Betty Kolb will return from the National Park
Seminary, Washington D, C, today for a
three weeks' vacation. A number ot enter
tainments have been arranged In their honor.
Mrs. V. Gates, ot Memphis, Tenn., is the
guest of Mry. G, L. Levy, of 3345 North Gratx
The Roblnson-Tremont Athletlo Club has
opened Its new clubhouse. All the members
are working hard for the club. At the election
ot officers the following were chosen; John
Hudson, president; A. Frledrloh, vice president;
It. McCaffrey, treasurer; B. Casstdy, secretary.
Mrs. Sarah Park, ot Wenonah. N. J., is spend
ing several weeks with Mr. and Mrs, Richard
Cilne, at their residence, 1614 Eyre street, after
which she will take an extended trip through
Mr. and Mrs, Graft, of 2119 Bast Stella avsnue,
are receiving congratulations ea the birth of a
MIm "Burt" Wills, of 611 Bast Weasley itreet,
will entertain tbe numbers ot the "Oh, La La
Club" this evening. These present will be Miss
Florence Sehoppe, Miss Frances Haakett, Mlsa
Cella Stein. Miss Rebesca Korman, Miss Clan;
Reldle and Miss Martha Slrao.
ALONG TnE MAIN LINE
WAYfE-M, Mufshajl Re4 WmS U vMMrs
hef sister, Mrs. Chart SflhwaA, ef Kcw Yejrk
Mt Kebert F- Blmar has retyped ftwm vs
Mag ber ateter at Pain Beaafe, fla.
Lleuteaaat aad Mrs. Mantierd. who have bate
vtotttar Mr. aa4 Mm. B. 9. Batta. ea MMtaw
avenue, have km to Uvwyeot. OWa,
MYflft-Mrs. PreeUae Baaaett. wile p Lmw-
UMtnj; Bmilt, of Norfoia. Va, to tb
at feuural ut4 M 8. W reuutaw
Mr. aaa Mis, (Naif Whaitea rKr
family have etaae their reiifesjise la lmym t
th wfoter jaj riao t Us4f tMv 1
honor, was gowned In white crepe de chlnt
with a trimming of white chiffon brocaded with
deep red roses and carried an arm bouquet
of dark red roses. The bride's niece, Mildred
Langsfeld, was the little flower girl. She wore
n dainty white net dress over pink silk frim.
med with pink roses and carried a basket ot
tiny pink rosebuds.
Dr. M. A. Langsfeld, the bride's brother, was
best man. Tho service was followed by a din
ner for the families of the bridegroom nnd
brldo. On their return from a short trip ths
couple will live at 2212 North 18th street, where
they will be at home on December 27.
CHESTER AND VltilNITY
Mrs. William Crothers. who has been enter
tained for a week by Mrs. John Dooney, of
West 4th street, has returned to her home at
Henry Ronan, a marine In the United States
navy, has left for a port near Mexico after
spending a week as the guest of his aunt, Mrs.
Rose Boyle, of West 2d street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lewis and, daughter,
Helen, havo returned to their home at Lewis
town, Pa.j nfter spending a week as the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, at Eddystone.
Mrs. Zachariah Taylor has returned to her
home nt Upland following a week's visit t
friends at Camden, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. David B. TJlrlch. of East 4th
street, are solourntng for a week at Cape May
Frank Marvel, of East 8th street, has re
turned from n, fortnight's visit to friends at
Wheeling, W. Va.
Mrs. Harvey M. Phillips, of New York city.
Is a guest at the home of B. V. Hughes, on
Miss Helen Sprou, of West 3d street. Is
spending u week as the guest of friends at
Miss Lena Hill, of East 8th street, Is visit
ing friends at WHkes-Barre.
Mrs. Edmond Bailey, of Kerlln street. Is en
tertaining Mrs. M. A. Cullcn, ot Fclton, Del.
Joseph Carr, of East 10th street, has returned
from Baltimore, where he was the guest of
friends for a fortnight.
Miss Irene Browning, of Roanoke Rapids,
N. C, Is a guest at the home of G. P. Wilson,
at Ridley Park.
The Rev. Dr. Philip H. Mowry, ot East 6th
street. Is entertaining his sister, Mrs. Mary
Murray, of Pittsburgh.
Chestnut St. SSfSSS
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POSITIVELY LAST WEEK!
Tnlcs Dally. Aftarnoons 2 .00. Evenings 8 30
Preceded by Keyntona Comedy Pictures
Beglnnlnr Monday Afternoon. December 23,
THE C1UCAQO TIHHUNB'a
MOTION PICTURES OP
THE EUROPEAN WAR
TAKEN UNDER DlllECTlON OF TUB DKLC1IAN
Coming cs THE CHRISTIAN
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
TUESDAY Df2c- EVENING
BOc. 75c. 11 at Hepp'. SSe Actdemy.
OM.Y MUSICAL SHOW IN TOWN
In the New JIuilcal Play
with TOM UcNAUQHTON and Connie Bdlis
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
METROPOLITAN OPEnA CO.. NEW YORK
Tomorrow Evg. rpjjj MAGJC FLUTE
Mmu Qndik I. Jlempel. Schumann , JUL Urlo.
Ilraun. Gorlts, Rails, Althouu, Uchleiel Conductor.
Beata. 1100 Chestnut St "Walnut 703S, llaca 81
BROAD Last 6 Nights sSLfp
Matinees Wedneaday, XMAS DA and Saturday at X
CHARLES FROilMAN Presents
WILLIAM BLANCRK MARIS
Gillette Bates Doro
In Sardou's Mitterplace. ' DIPLOMACY"
Neit Week Mlsa IillUe liurka In Jerry Beau now
FORREST Tonight at 8 Sharp
Mats, Wed t Sat . Xmaa and New Year's at 3
Klaw & ErlangerST)TnVT TTTTTD
Stupendous -D JlilN -Jl U it
Prices 50c, 1, 1,50 xT
LYRIC ?SS!iSS5? XMAS EVE.
la THE PEASANT OIRL '
with CI Irion Crawford
SEATS NOW SELLING!
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