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EVENING LEDGHRPHILADEIiPftIA, SATURDAY. JANUARY 23, 1915.
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rtHE Lenten season la approaching with great
P-.-Mitw nnd thero nro many things atlll to
lfeccompllhed In tho social whirl. This week
rill surpass llB predecessors for large nnd Im
ILtaiil events, as the Assembly will be held
fe, JTrld&y night
KOn Monday evening mem win uo u wuiui i
IP.'' i n hv Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Stewart
Kirnru of S23 Spruco street, In honor of theli
lJ!rW' 1 L 1lh..l. ff.1 ...II
Kuuehter, Sins aiary Biujin urio. iiieio
id be a numuer 01 r. unu uiio. .tu.o
Ifricna P"8!nl- . , . ,, . .
n, 28th German-American ummy iuu nm
J' it, ninen that nlnht In Academy of
Kolc, under tho auspices of tho 'Maennerchor
.,- tmm Tuesday's onora night, with tho
RiOl box parties, thero will ho a theatre party,
Kftin by Dr. nna aire, ucnjnnun uruiiiuui
!'' ,, nf 1311 Walnut street, In honor of Miss
0ja Heath and John A. Applotorf.
KJIIsa Isabel wurtfl I'ngo, uaugiuer 01 .r.
In4 Mrs. William Dyrd Paso, wilt bo entor
hilned by Mrs. Charles P. Fox, of 2102 Pino
Kfreet, at a theatre party and supper at the
fjUtt-Carlton, and Miss Hope McMlchncl will
tu honor guest at an opera box party to be
hiTen by J,r- nnd Mr8, C Dmory MoMlchael.
. larirn affair for Wednesday will bo a
fiuice, given In tho Rltz-Carlton by Mrs. Her
feian P. Krcmer, of 2016 Walnut street, in
i.- .t Minn T.oulsn Wnnamaker. daughter o
(Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Wnnamaker. of Wyncote.
1-' . .,- .,nHMA nrloo TfnttinrtnA Tfrpmnr Will
K Prior 10 UIO uum." i..o -
entertain at dinner nt tho Rltz In Miss Wana-
fmilnr's honor. Mr. nnu iurs. vuner jtuui,
xt Olen Riddle, win enicriain ai winner, mieu
U... iit h CO cuests present.
MIs Mary E. Clayton, daughter of Mr. nnd
fan. Paul Clayton, will bo guest or Honor ai
k iHBh.on. followed by a theatre party, to bo
firlTin by Mrs. William J. Serrlll, of Haverford,
lad Miss Hilda Tunis, uaugmcr oi air. nna
fjlrs. Thomas It. TunlB, will also bo tendered
1 luncheon and theatre party by Mrs. George
rwood. of 1313 Spruco street.
Hi., larre and only nffnlr for Thursdny will
t a dinner dance, to be held at tho Rltz
Carlton by Eckley Brlnton Coxe, of 1604 Locust
Street, In honor of his cousin. Miss Ttuth Coxe,
Siughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Drlnton Coxe.
MIs Mary Stuart Wurts, daughter of Mr. and
in. Charles Stewart Wurts, will be entertained
tt luncheon by Mrs. George O. Ross, of 1721
The most Important event, of tho social sca
on wll'l take place on Friday. Tho Assombly
will be held In the Bellcvue-Stratford and many
Jlaners will precedo tho ball. Mr. and Mrs.
Brajamln Rush, of 2106 Pino street, will en
terUIn In honor of their daughter, Miss Char
grs. George Harding, of 2215 Walnut street,
to"onor of her daughter, MIbs Jane E. Hard-
lilti. Arthur Brock, of 2101 Spruce street, In
!onor of Miss Margaret Montgomery, debutante
&ujhter of Mr. and Mrs. William Montgomery.
ilr, and Mrs. Edgar T. Scott, of Woodburne.
Uu-jdowne, In honor of their niece, Miss Hen
Stta Howard Sturgls, daughter of Mrs. Robert
Slurgis, of New York, and Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Wily for their daughter, Miss Cornelia Loldy.
iSiturday will see many of the "debs" grac-
V( various boxes In the theatres. Miss Mary
Brown Warburton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Barclay H. Warburton, will bo guest of honoi
tl a theatre party and supper at the Rltz-
Cirlton, to be given by Percy C. Madeira, of
Mlia Jean Newbold Thompson, daughter of
llr. and Mrs. Paul Thompson, will be gucBt of
honor at a dinner, o be given by Mr. nnd
&r. Lewis Nellson, of S26 Pine street, before
fie dance to be given by Mrs. Alexander J.
Caisatt and Miss Lois Buchanan Casaatt, of
DM Wet Rlttenhouse square.
Tllr. and Mrs. Henry Augustus Berwlnd, of
CJ Locust Btreet, will entertain at dinner, in
pnor of their daughter, Miss Margaret Ber-
Kmnd, before the Cofiaatt dance.
BUrs. John Whlto Qeary haa given her opera
Imx for Tuesday night, January 28, to Miss
Katharine Ashhurst Bowie. Miss Bowie's guests
will Include Mr, and Mrs. R. Sturgls Ingersoll,
pita Helen Ellis, Stanley Stokes, Joseph Van
Pilt and Howard McCall.
MIu Helen Radley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ewin B. Radley, of Sharplees avenue, Melrose
Park, has as her guest for several weeks Miss
Otftnide Porter, of Lawrence, Msbs. Miss
i,e'r will entertain at an Informal bridge
party today, at 2;30 o'clock, In honor of Miss
$&, il clay Dtngeo, Jr., entertained the
JMnrturs of her bridge club yesterday, at 2:30
KiMf. at her home on Washington lane, Jen-M0"-
The guests Included Mrs. William
gjwr, Mrs, Martin, Mrs. Weltzel, Mrs. Bene.
Eft. Mrs, Evans, Miss Clark, Mrs. Stlltz, Mrs.
uchlbald, Mrs. Reneche, the Misses Clad, Miss
P2"r, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. HItchens, Mrs. Wat
E" Qd Mrs, Beatty,
pitiJ BlbyJ Wright will entertain at dinner
t Friday night before the Assembly,
Hgfr, and Mrs, Earl B. Putnam, Jr., are re
Bpllng congratulations on the birth, of a
KgWfhter, Shirley Grace Putnam, on January 3.
f'rancl W. Kemble, whose marriage to Mlas
WmUj McKeon will take place on Tuesday,
KjP live his bachelor's dinner onMonday night
E'b Racquet Club.
Kh wedding- of Miss Eunice Bodwlch Hlnman,
Ij4!umnlt. N. J., and. Dr. John Stewart Rod
PJH of this city, will take place during the
KgUi of April.
K5l'1llJn Robertson, who haa been the guest
ipi coualna, Mrs. Chancellor C. English and
p Caroline. English, Qf 2103 Spruce street,
Kg fortnight, will return to his home In
EapntrvUle, 8. a. next week,
Ms- a. Lynn Coane, of Westminster, Md.,
K1 h"' Uttlo son are aptndlng a week In this
r. and irra Tvt r AWi. rtn ihma
feTUHday. February 1. Drlor to the Bal
UA Mrs John K. Seal pave a mU din
?& W Shelr horns an IlaaiKhurst ava-
daughter, Miss Deborah Seal. Thero were 20
Tho 10th annual exhibition of the Pennsyl
vania Academy of the Fine Arts will bo held
tonight. Thero will be a reception from 8:30
Until 10 o'clock.
The patronesses who will receive aro Mrs.
Adolph E. Boric, Mrs. Henry Brlnton Coxe.
Mrs. Thomas, Charlton Henry, Mrs. Robert
aiurgis ingorBou, airs, wiiuam it. Mercer, Jr.,
Mrs. John Worrell Popper, Mrs. Edward K.
Rowland and Mrs. Benjamin Rush.
On Monday evening next the second of tho
scries of fortnightly danoes given by the man
agement of tho Rlttenhouso will take placo nt
that hotel. Among others entortalnlng will be
Mrs. Peter Uoyd, who will have a party of 30.
Invitations have been sent out,
Mrs. Josso Wllllnms, of 2308 Spruco street,
will bo nt homo Saturdays In January from 4
until 6. No cards havo beon Issued.
Chief Justice James Hay Brown, of the
Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, haa taken
apartmentB nt tho Rlttenhouse for the winter.
The marrlago of Miss Edna Isabel Gatlager,
daughter of Mrs. James Y. Qallagor, and Har
old Havclock ICVnett, Jr., took placo on Jan
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
CYNWYD The bridge tournament organized by
tho associate members of tho Cynwyd Club will
start Monday, February 1, at 2:30, nnd will
contlnua to meet altcrnnto Mondays until April
12. Tho tournament will bo under the direction
of Mrs. T. A. Brooke. Mrs. E. Newton Wig
fall Is chairman of tho Card Committee, as
sisted by Mrs. William K. Miller.
Mrs. A. W. Plckford, of Birch avenue, re
turned last night from a fow days' stay In
New York, where she was called on account
of the Illness of her sister.
Tho Friday Morning Bridge Club met yes
terday at the homo of Mrs. William K. Miller.
AltDMOnE About 20 children nlong tho Main
Lino took part in a dramatized version of
somo of tho most delightful old fashioned fairy
talcs yesterday, for tho benefit of the Belgian
Relief Fund. A stago was arranged In tho
drawing room of Shady Hill, (ho homo of Mrs.
John A. Lafore, who arranged the entertain
ment, assisted by Mrs. John Hnrvey, Mrs. Ed
ward Pearson Flanncry and Mrs. Charles
Interesting tableaux of "Tho Old Woman In
tho Shoe" and "When tho Boys and Girls Go
Out to Play" were shown between tho old
fashioned fairy tales, including "Sleeping
Beauty" and others of fairyland Ufa the llttlo
ones delight In. Tho children were very well
coached, and tho afternoon was a great suc
cess In every way.
Those -who took part were Miss Elizabeth
Howson, Elizabeth Foster, Cynthia Flannery,
Mona Flannery, Anna Harvey, Helen Lafore,
Phyllis Clair Flanncry, Margaret Stevenson,
Thomas Harvey, John A. Lafore, Jr., Frank
Foster, Jack Foster, Curtlss Harvey, Robert
Lafore, Charles Howson and John Howson.
Tho next outing of the Wanderlust will take
place today, when the members will meet at
Ogontz, and wnlk over Church road nnd Paper
Mill road to Chestnut Hill. The leaders will
be Miss Mary L. Graham, Louis H. Loase and
Ernest F. Pago.
Mrs. William H. Maxwell, Jr.. 19 West Tul
pehocken street, will entertain at bridge today.
Mrs. D. V. Foster, 22S West Penn street, will
entertain at "600" tonight
Mrs. Rudolph Kelnbcrger, of West Philadel
phia, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. John Mc
Laughlin, 120 West Rlttenhouso street.
ALONG THE READING
The dancing class wh'lch meets every Thurs
day night held Its monthly dance last night.
The dance was directed by the Misses Haears,
of Jenklntown, and was followed by a buffet
supper. Those present wero Mr. nnd Mrs.
William Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E.
Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Watts, Dr. and
Mrs. Charles Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Emely, Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Taylor, Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Martin and Mrs. Barber.
The next dinner-dance of the Huntingdon
'Valley Country Club will take place on Friday
evening, February 6. A number of the mem
bers will entertain at dinner before tho dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Tatnall Starr and family,
of Wyncote, will shortly leaye for Bon Air,
Augusta, Ga., where they will remain for sev
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard V. Goebbels will en
tertain the members of their bridge -club to
night at their home. M3 Larchwood avenue,
when their guests will Include Mr, and Mrs.
Richard Nelras, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Matthew
Titus, Mr, and Mrs. Stephen O. Urio, Dr. and
Mrs. Howard A. Miner, Mr, and Mrs. Edward
, S. Stackhouse, Mr. and Mrs. Addlaon A. Chris
tian, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Shoemaker and
Miss Mary Hughes.
James W. Culhane and Walter Morden, of
Hamilton, Ont, who have been the guests of
Mr. and Mrs, James Bolton at their home, 6731
Peroberton street, for the past week, left yea
terday for Canada.
Mrs. W. . Nicely, of 'HIT South Stst street,
has sent out Invitations for ft luncheon Wed
nesday, February Ifc
The Penn Sorority tendered a linen shower
" to Miss Minnie Waxroan this week at the home
of Miss Cella Elklna, 32d street and Montgom
ery avsnue. Mlaa Waxman'a marriage to
Marks Waxroan. of Brooklyn, N. T., wlU take
place on Thursday, February 11.
Mrs. Charles Humes, of 2529 North 18th street.
has. announced the marriage of her daughter,
Miss Catharine E. Humes, to ,Thomas T. Long,
pn Wednesday afternoon, January Mr. and
Mm. Long will reside In AUantlo City.
Mrs. Oscar P- Lost, of JIM SprtoS Garden
streat. will give a weeptlon on Wednesday
aftarnoon. January , at th ManufMturfrs"
eiub. Frofwo O'BolfM will talk on CHorge
i ff T $$0 ' I Miai Mario MeDonaldDecamoBrfde of WillUm
If j $l& r I Th8 mttITla" oC M1" MaWo J' McDonald!
K iMzJmSttttp WsSKSlSBtKattKiKi ' 0t ''onor' Tlie bridesmaids were Miss Pauline
MISS SARAH LIPPINCOTT
Mist Llppincott Is tho daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Bertram Lippincott, of this city. Her
marriage to Nicholas Diddle will tako place on
Thursday, February 11.
A reception was given by Miss Florence A".
Donaghy at her home, 1338 South Broad street,
last week for her cousin, Miss Agnes Hayden,
whoso engagement to William Lowo, of this
city, was recently announced. Twenty-four
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Moore, of 23lt South
Colorado street, will entertain nt dinner to
night. Billiards and "BOO" will follow.
A farewell party will bo given In honor of
Herman Milton Steinberg, ot 1123 South 9th
Btreet, who will leave tomorrow for an ex
tended business trip through tho New England
States. Mr. Steinberg is very popular with
his friends, and 100 people aro expected lo at
tend. His friends are planning to give him a
rousing send-off when he takes the train for
Miss Anno Kirkpatrick, of 2313 Wharton
Btreet, entertained at a delightful dinner party
last evening, followed by cards. In honor of
Lieutenant David McCoach, Jr., U. S. A., and
Mrs. McCoach, who will leave next week for
Texas, The decorations wero In yellow nnd
white. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Adrian
Casner, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Black, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Kane, Miss Edna Kirkpatrick,
Miss Minnie Ludwlg, Miss Carolyn McCoach,
Miss Mabel McCoach, Howard Kirkpatrick,
Edwin Black, nobert Kirkpatrick, William
Kirkpatrick and Horace Kirkpatrick.
Mrs. George DeBenneville Kelm, who has
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Nixon,
of New York city for tho last few days, haa
returned to her home In the Glrard Estate, 2333
South 21st street.
Miss Marguerite Mooro and Miss Sue Moore,
of 1522 Sputh Broad street, have returned home
nfter a fortnight's stay In Atlantic City, whero
they were the guests of the Misses Buhre.
GOWNS for evening wear grow more and
more ephemeral, and charming Indeed are
the present-day styles. The fashion of wearing
a yard or so of Illusion, arranged carelessly, yet
with studied effect, over the shoulders, proves
universally becoming, and lt Is hoped will sur
vive another season, for bodices, with their
abbreviated sleeves and extremely daring lines,
are rather trying to some types, and the piece
of filmy tulle relieves the severity. Although
skirts grow more voluminous each day, their
fulneia Is the result of a lavish and skilful
use of material and does not produce the un
wieldy effect which tha skirts of our granoT
mothers or even of our mothers sometimes had.
Rather, it ! a soft, yielding fulness, which
la evidenced only when the wearer is whirling
through the mazes of a dance.
Mr. William Ellis Scull is wearing an ex
quisite cown of white aatln which is cut
straight about the foot. The bodice is tn
crusted with pearls and the whole gown is
enveloped In cloud of tulle. In her hair Mrs.
Scull wear a small pole blue feather fancy.
A handsome gown of American Beauty silk
shot With silver ha been selected by Mrs.
George Wlllinf, Jr.. for evening wear. T
dresa I made in long, straight line, which
fvna a, sort of eapaiar ovsr tha lens
JK Mi fe
MISS LETA SULLIVAN FbMO mA' w"7
Miss Sullivan, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Francis Sullivan, will dance at the
performance of "Fads and Fancies" to bo given at the Bellevue-Stratford on February 3.
Mrs. Austin Boyd will entertain tho mem
bers of her bridge club In her new homo on
Lincoln avenue on Friday, January 29. The
members of tho club are Miss Edith Harris,
Miss Mcllta Zehender, Miss Florence Young,
Miss Margaret Morrison, Miss Frances Han
nlngton, Mrs. Robert Wilson, Mrs. J. Milton
Hagy, Miss Irene Morrison, Miss Anna Brown,
Miss Pauline Andersen and Miss Gladys Phll
lpps. Mrs. Boyd will be remembered as Miss
Miss Grace Maxwell entertained a number
of her friends yesterday afternoon at her home,
64 East Greenwood. Among those present were
Mrs. Donald Gibson, Miss Kitty Samson, Mrs.
Walter Dunall, Miss Elizabeth Beriengen, Miss
Lois Larnance, Miss Margaret Leiper and Mrs.
Mrs. William II. Field and her daughter, Miss
Pauline Field, will leave February 9 for a three
months' stay In California.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Edwin Brumbaugh, of the
Villa ApartmentB, havo returned from Harris
burg, where they attended the Inauguration of
their brothor, Martin G. Brumbaugh.
drop skirt and train. The bodice Is finished
with soft folds of tulle and lace,
Mrs. Henry Brlnton Coxe wears a gown that
Is an exquisite combination of crimson velvet
and lace. The velvet Is brought up on the
white lace bodice In points, and the rather
full skirt is finished with a train. With this
gown Mrs. Coxe wears diamond ornaments.
Mis Mathllde Potter was noticed recently
wearing a frock of deep blue velvet which
was made with a slight train. The corsage
was fashioned ot creamy lace and the rather
narrow skirt was made with a deep slash at
ho left side. Acoordlon-plalted chiffon was
used at the opening. Miss Potter wore oream
slippers and stockings In contrast with the
blue of the gown.
Mrs. Jnmea Forney has ohoan a very beau
tiful gown of blaak chiffon and lace over
white. The bodice U out square-necked and
has soft folds at the neck of flesh-colored tu'le.
The skirt Is rather long and narrow and haa
a slight train.
A charming young naatreq, Mrs. Robert Ches
terfield Clay, was noted recently wearing; a
mart gown of Hxerred tulle and velvet. The
klrt is very full and tha bodice la formed
ot a very wide sash eXact of Vvlvtl finished
at the mi. k with inUe folds, I
GERMAN CHARITY BALL
Twenty-eighth Annual Ball Will Be Given
nt Academy of Music Monday Night
Tho German-American Charity Ball will be
held in the Academy of Music for the 28th time
on Monday night, under the auspices of the
Maennerchor of Philadelphia. The proceeds
will be devoted to the "Citizens' Permanent
Relief Committee, to alleviate the suffering
among the distressed unemployed of our city."
Thero will be a band concert from 8:30 until 9
o'clock. From 9 until 10 o'clock there will be
a grand vocal concert by a mixed chorus, with
orchestra and a malo choniB, and will be as
sisted by singers of the Junger Maennerchor,
the Harmonio and Philadelphia Quartet Clubs.
Following the concert there will be a grand
march and general dancing.
Tho patronesses will Include Mrs. Rudolph
Blankenburg, president; Mrs. Arthur H. Lea,
Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson, Mrs. II. S, Prentice
Nichols and Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury, vice
presidents; Mrs. J. J. Alter, Mrs. James M.
Anders, Mrs. M, M. Baltz, Mrs. Laura Bell,
Mrs. Louis Bergdoll, Mrs. A. J. Drexel Diddle,
Mrs, William P. M. Braun, Mrs. I. Norman
Broomell, Mrs. Max Brueckmann, Mrs. William
Bucknell, Mrs. Henry Burk, Mrs. J. A. Cald
well, Mrs. Oswald Chew, Mrs. Travis Cochran,
Mrs, Sabln W. Colton, Jr., Mrs. Jacob 8, Diss
ton, Mrs, Perit Dulles, Mrs. George H, Earle,
Mrs. Antonio Ehrllch, Mrs. II. II. Ellison, Mrs.
Theodore M. Ettlng, Mrs. Adalbert IC Fischer,
Mrs, William Frelhofer, Miss Mary K. Gibson,
Mrs. J, Frederick Herbert, Mrs. George A.
Huhn, Mrs. Joseph B. Hutchinson, Mrs. Ed
ward B. Jacobs, Mrs, Dudley W, Lane, Miss
Catherine E. Lauber, Mrs, Marion Learned,
Mrs. Lewis J. Levick, Mrs. Lawrence Lewis,
Jr Mrs. Joseph B. McCall, Mrs. II. Gordon
McCouch, Mrs. William Montgomery, Mrs. J,
Hampton Moore, Mrs, William Nox, Mrs. John
C. Oeters, Mrs. Henry Peroberton, Jr., Mrs. F.
A. Poth, Mrs. F. J. Poth, Mrs. Helene M. Poth,
Mrs, Earl B. Putnam, 'Mrs. Max Rlebenack,
Jr., Mrs. Thomas Robins, Mrs. William H.
Rookstool, Mrs. Frank Samuel, Mrs. Matthew
Semple, Miss M. Alice Stecher, Mrs. William C.
Strawbridgo, Mrs. William James Swain, Mrs.
George C, Thomas, Mrs. Walter S, Thomson,
Mrs. J. B. Van Sclver, Mrs. Charles F, War
nick, Mrs, John Lowber Welsh, Mrs. William
Wlllcox. Mrs. Frederick Woll and Mrs. George
An attractive dance was given last night at
the Automobile Club, arranged by Miss Jennie
Hickman, the prooeeds to be used for the poor
of Germantown. The chaperons Included Mrs.
William II. Klngaley, Mrs. Edward B. Mason,
Mrs. Jonathan Jenka, Mrs. Frederick Wolsten
holme, Mr. John Humphreys, Mrs. William K.
Duffus, Mr. Herbert P. Fisher, Mrs. William
D. Edson, Mrs. Edwin S, Jackson, Mrs. Harry
L. Casaard. Among those who attended tha
dance were Mr. and Mrs, Charles Warner, Mr.
and Mr. Walter H. Dllks, Mr. and Mrs. James
Pollock, Mr. and Mr. Norman Cramp, Mr. and
Mr. Christian Malcolm, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln
Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. HollUter Sturges, Mr.
and Mr. Frederick Barnitz, Colonel and Mrs.
Frederick Puaey, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur a
Brora, MIm Mildred Caverly, Mtes Franca
Onwrty, Ml UHdrd Warntr, Ml EUanor
THERE will be a number of theatr parties'
both In the matinee and evening, which
will be a fitting close for tha week Miss Oer
trade Tower, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Charlc
magne Tower, will bo guest of honor at a
luncheon and theatre party to bo given hi'
Mrs. Charles Howard Colket, of 2003 p Lan
cer place. The party wilt include Mrs. Charle
magne Tower, Miss Helen Tower, Miss Char
lotto Harding' Brown, Miss Charlotte Rush,
Miss Almee Hutchinson, Miss Hope Truxtun
Benle, Miss Isabel Wurts Page, Mis Margot
Ellis Scull, Miss Edith II. Bally and M!s
Mary Stuart Wurts.
Mlas Mary Hall Laird, daugnter of Mr, and
Mrs. Warren Power Laird, will be entertained
at a theatre party followed by tea at tha
Bellevue-Stratford to bo given by Mrs. Wllllom
J, Wilson, of Merlon. The guest will ln
cludo Mrs. Warren Powers Laird, Miss Lucia
Warden, Miss Edith Harrold Ollllngham, Miss
Christine Rehn, Miss Rebecca Lycett, Mlas Mar
Jorle Taylor nnd Miss Mary Gibbons Wilson.
Miss Edith R. Ellison, daughter of Mr. and
Mr. Henry H. Ellison, will bo guest of honor
nt a thentro party, followed by supper at the
Rltz-Carlton, to bo given by Mr, and Mrs. Henry
Howard Ellison, Jr., of 1H53 Locust street,
Thero will be IB guests, mainly from tho do
Mies Edith Harold Gilllngham, dnughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilllngham, of 432 West
Prico street, will bo guest of honor at a thea
tre party, followed by supper at tho Rltz-Carlton,
that her uncle, Edward Hance Long, of
Gt James Place, will give.
Mrs. David Tlmmons of 1421 Wyoming ave
nue, entertained her "BOO" club this week. Those
present wero Mrs. William Voorhees, Mrs.
Raymond Brooks, Mrs. Victor Beck, Mrs. Carl
Shaelter, Mrs. Steelman, Mrs. Vano Hoffman,
Miss Jane Querns, Miss Kathryn Querns, Miss
Alico MoFadden, Miss Kathryn McFadden and
Miss Mary Weldon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Kucfer, of Rising Sun
avenue, havo announced the marriage of their
daughter. Miss Elslo Kucfer.. to Walter H.
Shellenberger, non of Newton Shetlenberger, of
1817 West Ontario otreet, on Wednesday night,
January 13, In the Baptist Church, 6th street
and Rising Sun avenue. Tho ceremony tvas
performed by tho pastor, tho Rev. Dr. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Shellenberger, on their return
from a short wedding trip, will llvo nt 709 Schil
Miss Hulda Adele Oberheidt, of 3769 North
Gratz street, gave an informal tea yesterday
afternoon for Miss Mabel Miller, Miss Florenco
MacDonald, Miss Vivian Welsh, Miss Wllhel
mlna Carver and Miss Matilda Oberheidt. mem
bers of her sewing club. Miss Oberheidt is tho
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Oberheidt
Her engagement to Paul Llvingstono Boyd, of
Chestnut Hill, was recently announced.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Adams, of 3813 North
19th street, will give a dinner followed by
cards tonight Pink roaes, combined with ferns,
will bo used In the decorations. Their guest
will be Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bertolot, Mr. nnd
Mrs. William Holb, Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Taylor
and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Woodrlne.
"Home, Sweet Home," characterized In
"Home Ties," will be given by tho Colonial
Dramatic Association at DJsston Hall, E.ost
Cumberland and Cedar streets, on Thursday,
Miss Edna Timlin, of Richmond, is spending
two weeks at Atlantic City.
. Tho missionary society of Trinity Church
will give a musical entertainment on Friday.
January 23, at the church, Frankford avenue
and Cambria street Kensington.
John Frank, president of the Frank Social,
Is visiting In Mount Joy, Pa., where he la
making arrangements for his club to spend
the month of June.
Robert II. Remmey, of Harrison street, cave
a very pleasant and enjoyable evening to his
Bible class last night at the regular monthly
business meeting ot the class. This has be
come a yearly custom. Those present testified
to the great hospitality of their host and
hostess. The Robert IL Remmey Young
Men's Bible Class has a membership of SS,
Mrs. William Carrell, of Rhawn street, will
entertain Monday ovenlng at dinner, followed
by cards and dancing. Among the guests wll'
be Mr. and Mrs, Lewis IC Price, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred J. Duncan, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter
Kennlg, Mr. and Mrs. John Huntly, Mr, and
Mrs. Harris J. Walters, Mrs. F. M. Munch
Dr. Kenneth P. Lewis, Miss Jean M. Morrow.
Miss Paulino Kirk, Miss Marlon Walters,
Harry Fitter, Frank Bhelk, Clarence Hall and
The marriage of A. Ransavllle Frome, of the
Helene Apartment, at M and Cooper street,
to Miss Margaret Ross, of Elm Terrace,
Parksburg, Pa., will take place In tha FJrat
Presbyterian Church of Parksburg, Pa,, Feb
ruary i. After a Southern trip they will re
side at 62S Cooper street
Miss Wlnfleld Scherroerhorn, of North 4th
streat entertained her reading club this week.
Mrs. E. T. Woodruff, of 4th and Pearl
streets, will entertain at cards Saturday after
noon. Miss Mary Twelves, of 10th and Cooper
streets, will entertain her rouslo pupil with a
musical Saturday afternoon, January SO,
Henry Such, a violinist, of London, Ens.
will give a recital at the Young Men' Chris
tian Asoclatlon Hall on the 8th of February
Mr, and Mr. Russell H. Dunham, of 1S0J
Franklin street, announced at a small tea
given thl week tha engagement of their
daughter, Mia Katheririe H. Dunham, to
Clement W. Miller, on of Governor and Mr.
Charlea R. Miller.
Mr. and Mr. William Berl announce the -gagemant
of their daughter, Mlaa Helta Brl
to F. Lytton Pattewon. of Garsaaatown, fa
on pf Mr. and Mr. Frank L. PatUrao.
Mr. and Mr. Holstein Harvey ara spead'iw
a fortnight at St Petersburg, Via.
Mr- Elmer B. Lone, of Pitraaa, It Men
vUlttasr !u the city.
fc Wi&a tw wk, la bono Qf thear