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EVENING LElDGER-PniLADET.FHIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 191
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SHPJKl T TAKE VART IN CHARITAIM APJj'AIRS
1 IRli!! fiwiT. JUL litre AlfPA SI
'l .X ( Alra r vIvJ Nl I i
jt ,rg, SAMUKLi l'UUULUUUK IIUUB ION
lIVIwIll filvo a tneatro party ami ltincneon on
i . ruary 13 n honor of Jllss ffnno Ilardlnsr,
Liihter of Mrs. George J. Hurtling, of 2215
Ifltrs. Thomas McKetin, of ttos'cmont, will
Lttrlaln nt luncheon on Sunday In honor of
ills Mary Alexander, of New York, who will
tjUie pw " '" " " "-" ' "
stmbly tomorrow nisiii aim uvcr uto utn
ards have been Issued by Miss Clam Amy
fffllllts for a breakfast to be slven nt hor home,
firi gpruco street, on etuurciay, in nonor or. xviish
ffephy Heberton Ulsphnm, daughter of tlio Ilev.
fjurence Avyatt uisiinnm ana Mrs. iswpnam.
mt iruests, who will bo from the debutante sot,
will Include ansa uoromy do navcn ueaoon,
li Isobcl ItodRcrs, auss Harriot lioumau
ftiif, Miss Mildred Mnrston Jack, Miss Edith
fiUrrold Gllllngnam, iuiss aiary nan u.airu, JHiaa
jjndsay Satterlleiu, miss niiien Adair urlon,
Jliii Morgarctta Wyatt Ulsphum and Mrs.
Blipham. Miss Wllllta will later entertain lior
puts at tho matinee.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews Knight Uorda are be
lli congratulated on tho birth of a son this
looming, to bo named Andrews Knight Uorda,
Mrs. Raymond D. 13. Wright, of Ross street,
ifcrmantown, will entertain at a small Informal
incheon at tho Acorn Club tomoirow, In honor
cf Miss Elizabeth P. A. Taylor, who w 111 leavo
(ii Tuesday for Bonalr, Augusta, Ga. Tho othor
raents tUI bo Miss Elizabeth Smuckcr, Miss
Caroline C. English Mrs. Wright will bo re-
oerabercd as Miss Margaretta V. 'Whitney.
II Miss Frances Mcnrs, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward u. .Hoars, oi isia ue uancoy place,
KflU leave tho latter part of next week for
Bolton, where siio win spenu a tortnlglit vis
Miss Anna Lewis Barroll, of Charlton and
Allen streets, has gone to New York, where
ihe will be the guest of her aunt for sevetal
The dancing class, organized by Mrs. J.
louls Ketterllnus, of 201C Spruce street, will
meet, tonight In the Itoso Gardens of the
Bellevue-Stratfonl. Tho dances have been
jolng on all winter, and have usuallv been
preceded by a munher of dinners. This eve
ting Mr. and Mrs. John G. Carruth, of tho
Bellevue-Stratford, will entertain at a dinner
t 20 covers. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ogdcn D. Wilkin
son, of 2031 Walnut street, will glvo a dinner
of 14 covers, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mor-
f&an, of 2003 Pino street, will also give a din
SMIsa Helen Bell, of 1314 Locust street, en
tertained nt luncheon, followed by bridge, yes
terday. Her guests numbered 12.
f Mr. nnd Mrs Edgar T. Scott will leave on
Fcbruarj- 1 for Talm Bench.
! Mrs. Frank Crozor Knowles will entertain
flnJormally tomorrow night at her homo, 1918
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
"MEMON Miss Imogen Goddnrd, of Ljnn,
Mass. who Is at piesent at Tho Homestead,
Virginia Hot Springs, with Mrs. Dale B. Fltler
no" Mrs. Harry H Watklns will, upon her
Return from tho South, bo tho guests of Mr.
na Mrs. S. Earlo Haines, of Mnplo avenue.
HMrs. Edgar B. Howard, of Sycamore nnd
Linden road, who had been visiting In Boston,
fjttnrned home yesterday from New York, where
W. Howard met her.
CTTKYD-Mrs. K. Scott McCracken, of State
gad, entertained tho members of her card club
it luncneon yesterday. The table was prettily
decorated with yellow Jonquils. Those prcs-
Dt were Mrs. George W. Lincoln, Mrs. John
L. McAvoy, Mrs. Isaac Kershaw, Mrs. Frank
A. ROWHPV. Vrq Mm- r,'r, nn.l "T- Ts.Viarf
Between BO and CO nnmes havo already been
Jgtered for the bridge tournament, organized
$T the associate members of tho Cynwyd
tob, which will start Monday afternoon.
0VEBDnoOK Mrs Edwin G. Close, of 6463
lii roaa, pas sent out cards for a luncheon,
Uollowed by bridge, on Tuesday, February 2.
Mrs, Edwar Cope and Miss Louise Coale, of
IrtUsworth, havo returned from soveral weeks'
Eiy In Baltimore.
IMIsj Emllle Frlcke. of 134 West Upsol street,
Issued Cards fop an linliHiuillir attpnrtlva
wture and sons recital to be civnn Saturday
Elrnoon, February 13, at her home, by Profes-
Cf ". F. Giroud, on the opera "MlarUa, tho
tffr" "sia. Bignora auldo dl Vlncenzo will
ftf and Miss Fricke will bo at the piano. The
weda will be used for tho Matinee Musical
2?b reserve fund.
Ilss He1n "Van nBan ni,V.fA 9 iir nA
Up. Bamuel B. Van Dusen, of 6131 Morris
Iffloklyn for tho last 10 days, will return homo
S9 Ufirlnn Phflnman nf Wad Hiiwal ctpt,ft
tl?il!V todav tar r!iiBtnn- Pil. ivhflrn she
EJJ1 ipend the veek end at a house party at
Els Helen Whltall. of 613 Church lane, who Is
EgOYering from diphtheria, has returned to her
Le from Atlantln nttv wtmrA ria AnAtit H.
IK1'. James B. Walker, who is making her
S this winter wth her daughter. Mrs. Fran-
uinsmore, of Trenton, la spending the week
fe tbe guest of tha Misses Schoneld, of iSlt
Kr I. Roberts, of Richmond, Va., Is visiting
li- V. Endlah rtollnm nt KM TVUst Ttlttrn.
Efs. Michael Trump, of 72S Westvlew street,
t'sued invitations fop auction today.
James O. David, of B443 Magnolia avenue,
Bummlt. N. J., taking a rest cure for sev
ALONG THE READING
Eg. Wnfora Shober, of Summit avenue, Jen-
pwn, entertained at a dinner of 20 covers
tTMk ta honor of her on, Llnford Bhober,
w celebrated j, iUt birthday.
1 fi. a, Psnnock, ot Charleston. 3. O, Is lit
present the guest of Mrs. Thomas S. Waters,
Jr., and Miss Margaret Waters, of Washing
ton lane, Jenklntown Mrs. l'ennock v.111 re
main for several weeks
A children's dancing class has been organized
which will meet each Tuesday afternoon, from
3:30 until fi o'clock, at Horsham. Mrs. Harry C.
File will chaperon the class of 2! members, and
Miss Kathleen Carlln will not as tho Instructor.
MIps Grace Walker, of Ambler, is tho guest of
Miss Kathleen Carlln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Kugeno Carlln, of Mather avenue, for several
days. Miss Carlln and her guest will nttend tho
Paint nnd Powder show nt tho Jenklntown Au
ditorium this evening.
A very delightful card party wna given laBt
evening by the South Oak Lane Improvement
Association nt "The Hall," Broad street below
Chelten avenue. Albert C. Dudley, of 11th
street, Is president of tho association, nnd C. W.
Van Artsdalen, of 65th avonuo, had charge ol
Miss Eleanor Sulfeg, who has Just returned
from a three months' visit at hor olster'H homo
In Loc Angoles, Cal will be entertained nt n
theatre party and dinner tonight by her nunt.
Mrs. Charles Wlllard Nofllngton, at Oak Lane.
Miss Olive May Wilson, of Jenklntown, lias re
turned from a fortnight's visit to Moss Neck,
on tho Rappahannock river, Va.
Miss Louise Chase, of Germnntown, will bo
tho gucat of Miss Wilson for sovornl days. They
attended tho Paint and Powder Show at tha
Jenklntown Auditorium last evening. Miss Wil
son will be tho guest of Miss Chase for several
daye later on In tho week.
Miss Mary Mock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John S. Mock, of 4300 Walnut street, will enter
tain at bridge, followed by buffet luncheon, this
afternoon, In honor of her guest, Mlis Elizabeth
Glbbs, of Hanover, Pn. Tho house will bo
elaborately decorated with ferns, palms, vari
colored carnations and cut flow ers, and for each
guest thero will bo a bunch of sweet pens. Her
guests will Include Miss Florenco Hnrrnon, Miss
Eleanor Harmon, Mies Martha Shlobley, Miss
Marian Foley, Mrs. William Metzgcr, Mrs.
Richard Nclms, Miss Marguerite Weber, Miss
Hettlo Meyers, Miss Grace Meyora, Mrs. John
Morgan, Mrs. Stanloy Wynn, Miss May Scholl,
Mia. Charles Shannon and Miss Gertrude Kelly.
Miss Margaret Ellen Williams, of 4624 Hazel
avenue, will leave Saturday for Washington,
D. C, whero sho will nttend tho mid-winter re
ception nt Washington Seminary, the guest of
Mls-i Laura Alice Davis, a Benlor, formerly of
Buffalo, N. Y.
Miss Ellen Hearl Adams, 6210 Rodman street,
entertained at "600." Her guests were Miss
Elizabeth Boyle, Miss Lyllan Taylor, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Hetzel, John Haas, Charles Stetson
and Walter Taylor.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert P. Clime, of 5121 Spring
field avenue; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Brown
ing, of 4141 Leidy avenue, and Miss Maud Con
ovor have Issued invitations for a dance, to bo
given on Tuesdny, February 16, at 22 South
Mis Helen D'Oesone and Miss Graco D'Ossono,
of 73G North 40th street, will entertain this aft
ernoon In honor of Mrs. William Blckcl, of
Birmingham, Ala. Mrs, Blckcl, with her two
small children, Is spending several months with
her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshall McCully,
of 725 North 40th street.
Tho marriage is announced of Miss Ellen
Gertrude O'Neill, daughter of Mrs. Mary O'Neill,
of 1423 Wharton street, and Louis H. Sulllvnn,
on Monday, January 25, at St. Teresa's Church.
The Rev. Father Crowloy officiated.
Friends of Mr, and Mrs. James A, Hamilton,
of 2024 South 16th street, gave them a delightful
surprise party last evening at their home. Thoso
present were Dr. and Mrs. Edward Trcacey, Dr.
and Mrs. John Lownes, Mr, and Mrs. Griffith,
Mr. nnd Mrs, McNeills, Mrs. Grccnhaugh, Mrs.
Genevieve Galllgan, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berg
munn, Doctor FraBer and William Dankworth.
Mrs. Albert Becker, of 1S06 South 16th Btreot,
will entertain the members of hor card club
on Wednesday next, February 3, when her
guests will be Mrs. Charles Vlguers, Mrs. George
Thomas, Mrs. James A. Hamilton, Mrs. Lewis
Thomas, Mrs, Leon Isenhower, Mrs. Joseph
Burke, Mrs. Philip Ball, Mrs. J. Griffith. Mrs.
J. Harperman, Mrs. H. Ziegler and Mrs. John
Miss Alice McCaulley, of 1623 McKean street,
-will entertain the members of her sewing club
this evening. Those expected to be pres
ent are MIbs Marguerlto McDonald, Miss Alice
McDonald, Miss May McDonald, Miss May Is
sertel, Miss May Q. Taylor, Miss Catherine
Claire, Miss Elsie Blbby, Mrs. Rowling, Mrs.
T. Horan, Mrs. Savery, Mrs. Shaw and Miss
Thomas Maloney, of 2306 Christian street,
who has been spending the last few days In
Phoenlzvllle, returned Saturday.
Mrs. Emile Ott, of 1443 South Broad street,
entertained at luncheon, followed by a matinee
theatre party, yesterday afternoon.
The members of St, Rita's Club, Broad
and Ellsworth streets, entertained last night
In their clubrooms at an Informal, dance
and card party, The affair was on successful
as usual. It was In charge of the following;
Aloyslus Tlerney, chairman; George Wright,
Andrew Frlel and Thomas Curley, The annual
banquet of the club will be held on February
8, when the guests of honor will be Senator
James P, McNlchol, Congressman William S.
Vare and Register of Wills James B, Sheehan.
John Scanlon, president of the club, and John
Roletter have the banquet In charge.
Mrs. Joseph Sumner entertained Informally
this week at her house on Terrace street Her
guests were Mrs. Walter Earley, Mrs. Verner
Frame, Mrs. Theodore Baldwin, Mrs. S. R,
Borer, Mrs. Verner Frame, Mrs. Robert White
side, Mrs. William Stetter, Mrs. Jaroea Roth
well, Mrs. Clifford McMaster and Mrs. Charles
Miss Elizabeth McKeown, of Rochelte avenue,
will entertain at bridge on Tuesday, Febru-
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i &'mV& 111 M9S McKeo will take the principal part in ilSlif illMiwiMl
hrMW F lll "Hotcli Polch," which will ho given again tonight irwfflilffl
fWlJy V i&k Pl th 'ai"1 a"'1 1,owdcr Club' lu thc J-,ul-l- PPS
1 hutit ly t.ilbcrt & lictm
MISS MARGARET MAGEE
Miss Magcc will take part in "Fails and
Fancies," to be given at the Hcllcvuc-Stratfonl
on February 3,
AGNES IRWIN ALUMNAE
A Special Meeting Wan Held Yeslcrdny at the
Club Rooms to Plan Memorial
At a special meeting of the Agnes Irwin
Alumnae, held January 26 In Philadelphia, tho
following plan was unanimously adopted:
A teachers' fund shall be created as a per
petual memorial to Agnes and Sophy Dallas
The purposo of tno memorial Is to rccognlzo
tho dignity und Importance of the position of
the teacher in prlvuto schools for girls.
With this end In view, nil of tho alumnae of
the Agnes Irwin School and all friends of tho
Misses Irwin nro now given an opportunity to
contribute to tho fund which, when recelvod
by tho treasurer, will be paid over to six trus
tees (of whom one Khali be a trust company)
under the terms of a deed of gift which shall
specify tho powers of tho trustees ami tho
purposes for which tho annual lncomo may bo
The five Individual trustees shall be chosen In
tho first Instance by vote of the alumnao of tho
school, and tho trustees so chosen shall select
tho trust company. Vacancies in tho board
shall be llllcd by tho nlumnao or, In tho event
of the dissolution of the alumnao oiganlzntlon.
by tha remaining trustees.
The trust company shall havo tho actual cus
tody of the fund and shall make and change
Investments thereof In consultation with tho
The Individual trustees shall have the largest
discretion In detei mining thc uses to which tho
annual lncomo Is to bo applied. They may mako
grants far tho benefit of teachers who havo
earned tho right to retire, as well as for tho
relief of those overtaken by sickness or mis
fortune during active service. In exceptional
cases they may provide special opportunities
for travel, study, research oc publication.
In the dispensation of Income tho principle
shrill be recognized that beneficiaries nro not
objects of charity, but are merely the recipients
of what Is due to valued servants of tho public.
Tho committee has been assured by counsel
that thero are no legal difficulties In the way
of accomplishing tho purposes above outlined.
MRS. BAYARD HENRY.
MRS. EDGAR SCOTT,
Pres. of Agnes Irwin Alumnae.
MRS. E. WALTER CLARK,
MRS. ROBERT C. II. BROCK,
MRS. ADOLPH BORIE,
MRS. EDWARD B. MEIGS,
MRS. JOHN S. NEWBOLD, Jr.
MISS SARAH LOWRID.
The Sigma Delta Sorority, of William Ponn
High School, will entertain nt "500" on Saturday
afternoon at Mosebach's. The committee In
charge of the affair are the following! Miss
Marie Kretschman, MIbs Mary Rowbottom
and Miss Violet Myley. Among those expected
are Mies Gertrude McEvoy, Miss Marguerite
Keenan, Miss Josephine Lane, Miss May Tretch,
Miss Florence Messlnger, Miss Naomi Walter,
Miss Helen McDonald, Miss Edith Christian
and Miss Jane Myley.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bergmann, of 2033
North 21st street, entertained last evening at
a dance, followed by supper. Their guests were
Dr. and Mrs. O. Borger, Dr. and Mrs. Edward
Treacey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wassen, Mr.
and Mrs. Jnmes A. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Schwoerer, Miss Anna Bummers, Miss
Catherine Summers, Miss Lucy Cowen, Jamea
A. Hastings. Jr., David Hamilton, Miss EIsi
Young, Henry Bergmann, Sr., T. Wilson and
Dr. and Mra. Norman W. Payne, of 2003
Green street, entertained last evening at a
dance. Their guests were Mr. ard Mrs. Charles
Davis, Lieutenant Commander R, B. Keyes, U.
8. N., and Mrs. Keyes, Lieutenant Commander
Guy A, Blssett, XI. B. N and Mrs. Blssett,
Lieutenant Arthur T. Barney, U, S. N and
Mrs. Barney, Paymaster Manning IJ. Phll
brlck, U. S. N., and Mrs. Phllbrlck. Lieutenant
Charles A. Lutz, U. B. M. C and Mrs. Luts,
Lieutenant Ralph U Bhepard, U. S, M. C
and Mrs. Bhepard, Mr. and Mrs. Bushntll,
Lieutenant Taylor, U. S. N Miss Blanche Lans
and Mrs. Howe, of Chicago,
Mrs, Percy Sherlock, of North Broad street
and Allegheny avenue, entertained at cards yes
terday afternoon. The game was followed by a
buffet luncheon. Her guests were Miss Lillian
Rcler, Mrs. Albert Schenck, Mrs. Charles Haf
mcr, Mrs, Howard JanUen, Miss Alice McFad
den, Miss Edna McFadden, Mrs. Frank Smith,
Mra. Frederick Carter, Miss Mabel Reler, Miss
Estelle Winters and Miss Bertha Wenlger,
Mlsa Helen Luchmann, of 1822 West Atlantlo
street, entertained at cards followed by a
buffet luncheon yesterday afternoon. Her guests
were Mr. Walter Whitman, Mrs, Arthur Cus
ter, Miss Louise Maurer, Mrs. Eleanor Hobson,
Miss Sophie Spencer, Mrs. Harry Walton. MUs
Margaret MeCurdy Mrs. Edgsjr Hobson, Mrs.
Oeorga Estes, and, Mrs. Dickinson Ehaw.
Miss Helen Davcnpoit, of 113 East Grenwood
avenue, entertained tho members of hor so
rority last evening. Among the guests were
Miss Marlon Hart, Miss Doiothy Humphries,
Miss Myrtle Craig, Miss Alma Undoihlll, Miss
Mnrjorio Young, Mlsa Muiy OulnUn, Miss Maiy
Zelglcr, Jllss Helen lilooil.su ortli, Miss Helen
Reed and Miss Mai ion Gouclior.
Miss Dorothy Hay, of South L.msdowna ave
nue, Is spending a few days in Vow York.
A dnnco will bo given on February 20 at tho
Twentieth Century Club by Richard Land's
nnd Carlylo Taj lor.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mulligan, of Burmont
road, are being congratulated on tho birth of a
son, born January 10.
Miss Marian Jackson, of Media, will mako
her poimnnent homo with Mrs. William Schafr
ner, of 22 EaBt Fnlrvlew avenuo.
Mrs. Emma Pippin, of Clicstcrtown, Md Is
thc guest of Mrs. Ella V. Clark, of 2035 Stella
avenue, for a fow weoks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer, of Amber street,
have beon entertaining their cousin, Land J.
Grahom, of Braddock, Pa , who has Just spent
sovoral wcekB In Baltimore, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fcsmiro, of Holmes
burg, arc receiving congratulations upon tho
birth of a daughtor.
Tho men of Doctor Straus' Blblo Class, of
Rehoboth M. E. Church, will glvo an enter
tainment tomorrow evening.
CHESTER AND VICINITY
Former Mayor and Mrs Howard II. Houston,
of Chester, left yesterday for Bollaire, Flo.,
where they will sojourn for two months.
Mrs. II. B. Speakman nnd son Robert have
returned to their homo nt Now Castle, Del.,
after spending several days as tho guests of
Mrs. James Elvcrson on West 6th street.
Mis. Charles R. Long and her mother, Mrs.
Arabella Hlnkson, of West 9th street, are so
journing at Atlantic City.
Gcorgo Pennington, of East Sth street, Is
visiting relatives nt Wilmington, Del.
Miss Elizabeth Smethurst has leturnod to
hor homo on East 7th street, after a fortnight's
visit to relatives at Elkton, Md.
Mrs. Cecilia McGovcrn, of Provlnco avenue,
has returned from a week's visit to friends
at Wilmington, Del.
Mrs. Catherine Farrclly, of Edgmont avenuo.
Is entertaining Mrs. Anna Emory, of Philadel
phia. Miss Elizabeth Devlno has returned to her
home on East Sth street after a week's visit
to friends In West Philadelphia.
Walter Hlorth, of Mcllvalne Btreet, has re
turned from a month's visit to friends nt St.
MISS MARY STEWART WURTS, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Stewart Wurta, will
be guest of honor at a luncheon to bo given
by Mrs. George O. Ross, of 1721 Spruce stieot.
Thoso present will be Mlsa Isabel Wurts Page,
Mlsa Anna Mary Walthour, Miss Charlotte
Fahnestock, Miss Emily La Farge Claxton,
Miss Edith Smythe. Miss Katharine Beeler, Miss
Emma Ashton Dorr, Miss Mary E. Clayton,
Mlsa Gene Christian Bullitt, Miss Virginia
Roberts and Mlsa Dorothy Foltz,
Miss Ruth Coxe, the much feted daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brlnton Coxe, will again
bo guest of honor at a dinner-dance. Tho af
fair will be given by Eckley Brlnton Coxe, Jr.,
of 1604 Locust street. In the Rltz-Carlton. There
will be more than 100 guests, who will be seated:
at small tables, which will be decorated wltn
Miss Coxe, who will receive with Mr, Coxe,
will wear an exquisite gown of salmon pink,
which is made with a very full skirt.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kearney Rodgers left yes
terday for Palm Beach and Jensen, FJa., to be
gone until late In February,
Mrs. Edwin R. Cochran has gone to Allston,
Mass., to spend a month.
Mrs. C. S. Mddleton has gone to Orlando,
Fla., where she will visit friends for a fortr
Mrs. F, Lindsay Curtis entertained the Dupli
cate Bridge Club yesterday,
Mrs. Grant Campbell, of New York City, la a
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Preston Lea.
She was a guest of honor at ft luncheon and
auction bridge given by Mrs. Eugene du Pont
and was guest of honor with Mra. Charles E.
Buch, of Detroit, At card party glvea by
Mrs. Preston Lea.
riioto Iir Gilbert A II. cm
MISS BEATRICE HARRITY
Miis Hnrrity, who is tho daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Hnrrity, m a popular member of tho
younger set. She will lake part in the vaude
ville lo he gicn for SL Francis' Home for Con
valescents on Fcbrary 3.
AT HOME TODAY
Thursday Is a Favorite Afternoon for Informal
A number of persons will lecolvo this nf tor
noon. Mi. and Mrs. William Struthers Ellis,
Miss Helen Ellis and Mrs. Sydney Ellis will be
nt home from 3 until 6 o'clock, nt 2032 Do Lanccy
Mrs. Heibort M. Lowry, of 2423 South 21st
street. No cards.
Mrs. Mori Is J. Lewis, Mrs. Henry Edward
Drayton and Mrs. Horace H. Franclne are re
ceiving Informally nt tho residence of Mrs.
Lewis, 1316 Locust street, after 4 o'clock. No
Mrs. W. M. Hunt, wife of Lieutenant Com
mander Hunt, U. S. N., will receive at her
residence In the navy yard from 4 until 6
Mrs. Charles M. Bncho and tho Misses Bachc,
of 233 South 13th street, after 4 o'clock until
Mrs. Edward Miller Jeffcrys, of 717 Pino streot,
until Lent. No cards.
Mrs. Alexander Brooko Geary, of Walllngford,
will reccivo today. Cards havo been received.
Mrs. Charles Prlco Mnule will iccelvo Informal
ly today nt her home, 2217 Rlttenhouse street,
after 3 o'clock. No caido have been sent out.
Mrs. Maulo will be assisted In receiving by
Mrs. Henry D. Paxson, Mrs Richard P. Tutum,
Mrs. William Now bold Ely, Mrs. Ralph Souder,
Miss Constance Souder, Miss Frances I. Maulo
Miss Ethel Mllno entertained nt "600" fol
lowed by a buffet supper last night. Her
guests Included Mr. and Mra. William Darragh,
Miss Mabel Baker, Miss Ethel Mllnc, Doctor
Cunningham and Albert Greenwell.
Miss Eva Holly, of 2021 East Cumberland
street, will spend a portion of the week in Nor
Mrs. John Dale, who has been visiting Mrs.
S. F. Baugher, 2373 Frankford avenue, lias re
turned to her homo In Oxfoid, Pa.
Miss Ida Horwltz, of 3021 Kensington avenue,
entertained a few of her friends at her homo
last evening. Her guests Included Miss Mabel
Field, Miss Cella Weinberg, Miss Florence Ros
enblum, Mai tin Wlndell, Thomas Roscnfeld,
George Flschgraper and Joseph Wlssow.
Meyer Petcrzcll will leave shortly for a New
Charles E. Leach hasf returned from a short
stay at Atlantic City, N. J,
Miss Helen O'Connor will leave early next
month for the Panama Exposition.
Mrs. J. Rlngold, of North Wales, Pa., Is
spending a few days with her Bon and daughter-in-law,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Rlngold, 3030
The Frankford Girls' Club will give a sketch
and dance at Assembly Hall tomorrow night.
Soma of thoso who will take part In the sketch,
"Rebecca's Triumph," aro Miss Olive Nappen
berger, Miss Mary Pfalzgraf, Miss Catharine
Kcrner, Miss Isabella Berry, Miss Bessie Mac
intosh and Miss Mary Herberlck.
The following officers were elected at the an
nual meeting of the Keystone Yacht Club: Com
modore, A. B. Cartledge; vice commodore, R. P.
Smith; rear commodor J. A. Thompson; sec
retary, J. W. Broormfead; treasurer, F. B,
Fisher; directors, L . C. Schumacher, John
Walker, A. J. Muller, F. C. Smith. H. V. Porter
John Zltter, D. P. Henry and Joseph Wheat
croft. Mrs. William Kuhn, Jr., will entertain the
Phi Pi Alpha Sorority at her home, 4S33 North
5th Btreet, this afternoon. Among her guests
will be Mies Clara Stortz, Miss Amelia Man
ning, Mies Helen Klnnig, Miss Grace Russell
and Miss Elsie Kuhn.
Mrs. Samuel Reed Worth entertained at ''1500"
and dancing last evening In honor of Miss
Emily Stokes, of West Virginia. Mlsa Stokes,
who has been Mrs. Worth's guest for two weeks,
will leave today for Miami, Fla,, where she
will remain until March 3, as the guest of Dr.
and Mrs. William Talley, formerly of Frank
ford. A charity ball will be given by the Italian
Federation of Societies in Petner's Hall, Ortho
dox and Cambridge streot, tomorrow evening.
Antonio Madonnl and Michael Carunchlo will
manage the affair, A spaghetti supper will be
one of the special features.
Mra. W. M. Olnn, of New York, will spend the
week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jero
W- Cody, of 361 East Chelten avenue.
Mra James McMahon. TC6 Locust avenue, has
returned from a. vUlt to New York,
ONE of the prettiest weddings of the seno
took placo last evening in St. Peter's Fratc
tant Episcopal Church, Wayne avenue afi.l
Harvey street, when Miss Beatrice B. Flood,
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward T. FJood, of
Wayno avenue nnd Hortter street, became tho
bride of Harry Butterworth, Jr. The cere
mony was performed at 7i30 o'clock by the Rev.
Stuart Keeling, rector of tho church. The bride
wa given In marrlago by her father. Bho car
rled a shower bouquet of whlto orchids and
lilies of the valley. Tho maid o( honor was
Miss Elinor Annotte Flood, n. (sister of the
brldo. Tho bridesmaids Included Miss Mildred
Cnverly, Miss Helen Gormley, Jllss Josephine
Heron, Miss Flortno Butterworth, Miss Jean
Beagnry. They carried Bmall straw hats flllod
with pink sweet peas, snapdragon and pink
roses. Tho mnld of honor also carried a hat
filled with flowers.
Miss Allco Butterworth and Mlsa Edltha
Lldlo Flood wore tho flower girls.
Mr. Butterworth had as best man his
brother, Do Haven Butterworth, nnd tho
ushers wcro Gcorgo Scattcrgood, John Gay,
Jnmes Butterworth, Harry Williamson, Charlec
Thomas Evans, Stuart Jellettc, Thomnn
A reception for tho families and friends fol
lowed Immediately after tho ceremony at the
homo of tho brldo's parents. Mr. and Mrs. But
terworth, after an extendod wedding trip, will
be at homo after April 1, at 316 Carpenter
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Miss Jessie Klnscy-Goss, of Merchnntvllle, en
tertained Informally at bridge this week. Those
present were Mrs. James Akcroyd, Mrs. J, Spen
cer Lucas, MrB. Ralph Patterson, Mra. Wood
Robinson, Mrs. McClellan Fulton, Mrs. Harold
Bottomley, Miss Beatrice Brown and Mrs. Rob
ert Buchcr, 2d.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bottomley, of Merchant
vlllc, entertained at dinner bofore tho dance at
tho Manufacturers' Club. Their guests included
Mr. and Mrs James Akcroyd, Mr. and Mrs,
McClellan Fulton, Miss Beatrice Brown, Stan
loy Clark, Miss Jessie Clark, Miss Jessie Kin-soy-Goss,
and Gcoigo Draper Lewis.
Mrs. E. E. Read, Jr., of Sixth and Cooper
streets, Is spending a week at Atlantic City,
Mr. and Mra. William L. Hurley, of West
Colllngswood, have gono to South Carolina for a
Mrs. Clement Remington, of Hnddonfleld, Is
arranging a luncheon for February D, limited
to members of tho Homo Section of tho Haddon
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Holmnn. of Merchantvllle,
will spend tho remainder of the winter 'In Flor
ida. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Chllds and their daugh
ter. Miss Marian, of West Colllngswood, have
gono to California.
Mrs. W. A. Davis, of 511 Cooper street. Is
spending tho winter with her daughtor, Mrs.
Felix A. Gunter, of Jackson, Miss.
Dr. nnd Mrs. H II. Sherk, of Westfleld ave
nue, nro In Miami, Fla., for an extended visit
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