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'. N trend of the round of Joys nnd pleasurco
fciiii in A way. nbalo and society will turn Ha
r titration to Charities and sowing. Many circles
i 1 4T4 been organized ana ma rotramu
fdoUbtlMsly enjoy tho mcotlngs. Thero will bo
Moticheona, theatre parlies, tone, dinners and
dances, of course, as society must bo amused,
'.butmosl of tlio parties will bo small and very
f As usuai, Monday Is a rather dull day for
! social doings", so rawer a gooa uny to rem, uut
s?n the morning the sowing class organized by
jijjl,, Katharine N. Bradford, will meet In tho
it.. nf hr narents. Dr. and Mrs. I. Honson
Bradford. There are 22 members In the class
ttho sew for the wounded in Europe, in ma
...in,T there will bo ono affair for tho
'tj.hniantn. It will bo given In honor of Miss
fbltlena S. Itoblnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
gAltxander P. Itoblnson, of unestnut mil. xno
T.t.w will be a dinner given by Judge and
Jfi, Mrs. William Wllklns Carr, of 12CK5 Locust street.
hn Tncmlftv the main thins of tho day will bo
n. ml Mascme at Horticultural Hall, Of
fit mmo. the usual thing before such affairs Is
W-. . riv dinners. Mrs. Molly Wood Bully, (laugh-
j ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter Bally, of
i Strafford, will be entertained by nor parents
K tt the Bollevuo-Stratford.
ttu Katharine Sceler. daughter of air. ana
mm. Harrison 3. Seelcr, will bo guest of honor
K' of Mrs. Lewis It. Ashurst, Jr., at tho Morion
V- Cricket Club. Thero will bo 39 guests present,
Mid Mlsa Jean Ncwbold Thompson will bo honor
'guest at dinner given by her parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Paul Thompson. Tho dinners that night
for tho other members of tho social set will bo
Wednesday will be Ash Wednesday, tho be
ginning of Lent, and tho only affair will be the
third meeting of tho Wednesday Music Club.
Mrs. Clifford Lowls, of 30 South 22d street, will
ZL Mr. Alexander Ennla I'atton ana miss ration,
of 1SS South 18th street, will entertain at iuncn
eon and auction bridge on Thursday, and Mrs.
Syilllom S. Floyd, of 233 West Harvey street,
Oermantown, will also entcrtnln at luncheon.
In the evening Mr. and Mis. William S. Moffly,
f AlUn'a Inn ntiMtnnt Hill. Mill entertain
'at dinner, followed by Informal dancing In their
,. On Friday Miss Charlotto Rush, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Rush, will bo guest or
' honor at a theatre party, followed by supper
at tho Rltz-Carlton to bo given by Eckley
'Brinton Coxe, Jr., of 1601 Locust street. Tho
lame night tho dancing class directed by Mrs.
lJuer, will havo a Bal Masque Mr. and Mrs.
Halbert Powers Gillette, of Hamilton Court,
Bill entertain at dinner In honor of their daugh-
s ter, Miss Louise Scranton Gillette, before the
Mrs. Samuel A. Crozer, of 2014'Lccust street,
Will entertain at luncheon, and Mrs. William
, W. Arnett, of 2116 Pine street, will entertain
the first meeting of the Farmlngton Lenten
On Saturday Miss Ellen Jaquett Sellers,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jaquott Sellers,
! whose marriage to Richard. C. McCall will take
gy yiacB Apri o, win ud &uuab ui ..viiur ul
luncheon to be given In tho Bala Country Club.
In the evfnlne there will be a large fancy
y. dress dantle at tho Pickering Hunt Club. Many
sinners tyui precede it. un ounaay ur. nnu
'Mrs. Charlton Yarnall will give the second of
their fourynuslcoles. The next two will be on
'Sundays, March 7 and 21.
Mr. and) Mrs. James Francis Sullivan enter-
: Ulned at the theatre, followed by supper nt
the Rltz-Carlton last night In hoi.or of Miss
Cordelia. Blddle, daughtor of Mr, and Mrs. A. J.
Drexel Blddle. The guests numbered 50. Some
among them were Mr. and Mrs. James Clews,
of New York: Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Drexel Blddle.
BH Dl. Htlll 1fm nhnvlma ti Tlt-nam Xftaa rM--
nella Carter Leldy, Miss Margaret Borwind,
r Mies Ruth Coxe. Miss Jean Christian Bullitt.
j Miss Charlotte Harding Brown, Miss Frances
Livingston Bulllvan, Miss Leta Sullivan, Miss
Gertrude Tower. Miss Hope Truxton Beale.
B Mils Mary Brown Warburton. Miss Marie
Louise Wanamaker, Miss Eugenia Kelso Cas
att, Miss Madeleine Dahlsren. of New York:
W Dr. John B. Carson, Tucker Blspham, Oliver
JSton Cromwell and James A. Blair, of New
Raines Paul, of London and Berlin, la the
(UeSt Of Mr. and Mm. IVllllnm -VVIIhnr Tim..
jL Cooke, at their home In Bala.
Mr, and Mrs. Jnmx t TrTT,iiori,i nt timi.
tP, York road. Oeontz. entertained nt dlnnar
tn Thursday night. Their guests lnoluded Mrs.
, . Milton Coltonj Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Ma.
fWland, Mr, and Mrs. James P, McFarland,
.Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Roberts.
Mr. and Mm. MnrmaHnli -TIM or. 1 t
"Lenox road, Jonklntown, are being congratu
Uted on the birth of a daughter yesterday,
MrS. Titden -Will lift ramamlia.,.. am X4I.. 11lnn
K Dr. and Mrs. Strieker Oolea, of a03 Walnut
I'ireet, will entertain at dinner tonight Jn honor
t Mr. and Mrs. Edmund L. Mackenzie, of New
pork, -who are spending- the week-end with
them. Their iweats will be Mr, and Mrs. Beau
WUu Boris, Admiral -Y. U Camp and Mrs.
ICamp, Miss Pauline Bowie and Fevton Colea.
pemprrow afternoon Mrn. Edward Oolea will
pnurtaln Mr. and Mrs. Mackenzie informally
t luncheon, after which they will return to
UTS. M. II. VlnVr nf M W.h1h.J av-n...
. an&ounces thA nvavM, h.. , .i..
Ijllfs Mabel Vlckers, to H. Benne Henton, of
, --- h na. une rtaaios will 1e place in
A. Minion 8tudy Class, which wlU meet on
tifcdnesday sfturnnnna rfnrlnr Ij.nl at h tinnu
Uf Mrs. William WnnHaiiKl A matt 1la rln
&(rtt, trill be conducted by Mr. Charjes Cax-
t?' nr. une nrit maettnf wui take piac Weo
aesday, rebruwy tl.
lIrs, John Magce, of Chicago, arrive on
rday end U the guest of Mrs. Karl Edwin,
4rr(man, of IJanfalr road. Ardmore. for two
. ajwl Mr, qtotga M, eyJ, of W8 Swu
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MISS FRANCES STEPHENS WEAHT
Mies Wcart ia tho dauelitcr of Mr. and Mn.
James T. Wcart. llcr engagement to
Alfred J. Wilkinson was recently an
dance tonight in honor of their daughter. Miss
Mnry Cuthbort Boyd. Tho decorations will bo
qulto simple, but Hi koeplng with St. Vulentlno
Invitations have been Issued by Mr. and Mrs.
Ncwlln Haines, for the marriage of their daugh
ter, Miss Reba Bowne Haines to Charles Halde
man Longstreth, on Wednesday, February 2t,
at 12 o'clock, at the St. Chnrles Hotel, Atlantlo
City. Enclosed are at homo cords for tho Belle
vue Apartments, Ardmore, after May 1.
Invitations have been Issued by Yarnall Ab
bott for an informal reception nnd private view,
of an exhibition of his paintings for Wednes
day evening, February 17, at tho Philadelphia
The flrnt meeting of the new series of tho
Rltz-Carlton Supper Club will bo held tonight.
These affairs have been going on all winter
nnd wero so successful that tho committee In
charge, at tho last meeting decided to hold 10
more. Mrs. R. W. Hawkesworth and Mrs. J.
Hutchinson Scott have chargo of the club, nnd
the committee includes: W. Ljman Blddle, Sam
uel Bell, Jr., Edward Browning, Charles E.
Coxe, Gardner Cassntt, Edward Crozer, G. Dal
las Dixon, Jr., R. M. Elliott, John C. Groomo,
Sidney E. Hutchinson, Dr. Chnrles E. Hart,
Harry W. Harrison, Howard If. Henry. Sidney
W. Keith, R. G. LcConte. W. M. McCawley,
J. Franklin McFndden, Clement B. Newbold,
John C. Norrls, Louis R. Page, Robert Ralston,
Dr. E. Holllngaworth Slter, Joseph E. WIdener.
The dansants that havo been so popular Sat
urday afternoons will be more than ever graced
by society this afternoon. The occasion will
be the specialty dancing of Maurice and Miss
Florence "Walton, of New York. The affair
will be one worth while, as It la to be held In
the main ball room Instead of the Rose Gar
dens. Many parties will bo given, nnd a num.
her of tables have been engaged.
N IMMENSE throng gathered to hear
J, "Die "Walkuere" on Tuesday night, drawn
not so much, perhaps, because of the opera, al
though the lovers of Wagner were many, but
because the fate of any extra opera perform
ances hung in the balance, and It was not
until the following morning that the official
announcement of three additional operas this
season was made. The horseshoo waa inter
esting for the number of box parties which
wero being entertained, among them the party
of Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury, whose guests
from out of town were Mrs. Alexander Brown,
of Washington, and Mrs. Donnell Swan. Mrs.
Stotesbury was resplendent In a deep cardinal
velvet gown. One of the handsomest gowns
observed this season was worn by Mrs. Alex
ander Brown. It was of turquoise blue, dull
finished satin and had a narrow' girdle of sil
ver cloth. The bodice, which was very low
and cut square In front and V-shaped at the
back, was composed of white chiffon, and an
exquisite diamond ornament was placed at the
qorsage. Mrs. Brown wore a tiara of diamonds.
Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe wore a handsome
gown of whjte satin and crystals. Tho bodice
was draped In Grecian fashion, with the crystal
trimming over one shoulder, forming half of the
bodice, and folds of tulle forming the other
half, The skirt had a slight pannier.
Mrs. Thomas Rldgway, in a charming frock
of gobelin blue, looked! like an old-fashioned
picture. Another quaint little frock of Pom
peilan silk tm worn by Miss Eleanor Hop
klna. It was of pale yellow with small figures
of deep red and was made with a short fulN
ALONG THE MAIN LINE,
BALA-Tho Cynwyd Boys' Club will give their
scond annual dance tonight at Bala-Cynwyd
Auditorium. Among those present will be Mr,
and Mrs. Oeorge a Canfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Reg.
Jnald Kays. Mr. and Mra. Joseph J. deV.
Keefe, Mr. and Mrs. "W. B. Mljes, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Vanneman, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred D. Pedrlok,
Mr, and Mrs.yIIrbrt Cross, Mr. and Mrs. "Will
iam P. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. William I
Waynes, Mr. and Mrs, J. Marshall Vanneman,
Mlsa Sarah Pedrlok, Miss Elizabeth Crtstie, Mli
Gladys Griffiths, of Chelsea; Miss Louise do la
V. Keefe, Miss Yvonne Fugue Keefe, Miss
Jans I- Magee, Miss Elisabeth Lodge Mageo,
Miss Grace Yandlver, M!m Ethelwyn Vandlver,
Donald Knowlton. qorge C Canfleld, Jr., now.
ard Meek. Jr.. Paul A. Vanneman. Jr . Charles
JL Malpass. Joseph Kesfe, Walter S. March, Jr.,
Lodge Oliver, GerrUh SpretiH aa George Dajv
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MISS MARGARET HANDY BURTON
Miss Burton Is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Burton. She made her debnt in
December and has been among the rttost popular of the season's buds.
The Chestnut Hill dancing class, which meets
nt the various country clubn, will be held to
night nt the Germantown Automobile Club. The
hosts will be Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick B. Bar
nltz. Tho members Includo Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick B. Barnltz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Carter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Shuman, Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Deckln, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlefl
Shcpard, Mr. and Airs. Kern Dodge, Mr. and
Mrs. Larzalore, Mr. and Mrs. Davis.
The out-of-town guests will bo Mr. and Mrs.
Hooper, of Baltimore, who will spend tho week
end with Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Barnltz.
A number of dlnnem will bo given tonight
before the weekly dance at the Philadelphia
Crlckef. Club. Among those entertaining are
E. Rlttcnhouse Miller, who will have 12 guests;
Crelchtou Malcolm will have 14 guests; Samuel
Clement, Jr., will entertain 16; Mrs. John H.
Whlttaker will havo a party of 17; Mr. Bright
will entertain 6, and Samuel Bodlne will give a
dinner to 10 guests.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cornelius Bodlne, of 115 Spring
field avenue, entertamod nt dinner last night
at the Philadelphia Cricket Club before the
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rubens Brown gave a
small dance last night at their home, northwest
corner of 41st and Locust streets, for their
young daughter. Miss Katharine Adallno Brown.
The guests, who were from tho school set. In
cluded Miss Emma Boyd, Miss Eleanor Gray,
Miss Marguerite Woodward, Miss Margaret
Musselman, Miss Eleanor Wilson, Miss Marga
jet Wilson, Miss Marjorle Irvine, Miss Eleanor
Duffy, Miss Margaret Kimball, Miss Doris Ram
sey, Miss Phyllis Ramsey, Charles Langner,
Douglas Irvine, Robert Burke, Richard Tift,
Alexander Lafferty, Knox McIIvalne, Ernest
O'Hara, Perclval Collins, Charles Gllden, Jr.,
Robert Musselman, Proctor Moffett and J.
Henry Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Brown will give
a similar affair next Tuesday night.
A reception was held this week at'the home of
Mrs. J. Freeman, of 733 South COth street, In
honor of the Aba Daba Club. The house was
elaborately decorated with the colors of the
club. Among those present were Miss Helen
Chatham. Mlsa Marie Backes, Miss Isabel
Young, Miss Gertrude Magennls, Miss Emely
McFeeters, Miss Pearl Hamilton, Miss Catherine
Brennan, MIsa Iena Scholn, Miss Rena John
ston, Miss Clara Young, Miss Loretta Young,
Miss Marlon Johnson, Paul I Smiley, William
E. Johnson, Jack Freeman, Philip Sohaeffer,
George Scholz, Joseph Boehmer, Henry Laessar,
Jack Meade, Joseph Algle, William Brown,
George Wlnaur and James Borbrldge.
A muslcalo was given this week by Mr. and
Mrs, John II. Donaldson, of Sherwood, The
guests Included Miss Anna Jarvls, Mr. and Mrs.
Owen Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. "Wasslll Leps. Miss
Olga Leps, John Luther Long, Mr. and Mrs.
James Dunn, Miss E. Myrtle Dunn, Raymond J,
Consldlne, Norbert A. Consldlne, Miss Sallle
Wood, Miss Jean I, Dunn, Dr, and Mrs, Frank
Rltter, Mr, and Mrs. Col lough, Horace Dunn,
Miss Irene SUIlman, Miss Adeline Pattl Noar,
William J, Mayer, Mrs. Mary W, Johnson,
Oswald Blake, Mr. and Mrs. Horace R. Hood,
Frank Conly, . Miss Florence C. Lewis, Miss
Sara McKlnney, Mr, and Mrs. William Bentz,
William Austin, Miss EtheJ Austin, "William J.
Parker, Mr, and Mrs, It. D, Stockton, aeorgo
Rothermel. Mrs. Mre Langst,on Ust, Mrs,
Emily Stokes Haser, Charles SUutUeworth, Miss
Vlvlenne Segal, Charles Emerick, E. "V. Corf,
rain, JMr. and Mrs. William Treen, "William Loe
ben, Mr. and Mrs. William Kratx, Miss Elisa
beth Hats and Paul Volkmann.
A. Colonial tea and promenade was held In the,
school ha(l of St. Charles' Church last night,
The promenade was led by Miss Kathryn Ma
hone and John McFadden, who 'were attired
In Martha and George Washington costumes,
Mrs. Charles Connor, of Washington, D. O.,
ia visiting Mr. and Mrs. "William N. Deere, of
Taylor avenue. Mrs. Deere will entertain this
eeviUng In honor of Mrs. Connor.
Mrs. Harry Baldwin, ,t Turnar avenue, will
spend the weak-Mid with her fath?r, (he Rr,
O, K, Gray, of Btfctsher - " -
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MATINEE MUSICAL CLUB
Choral Conrert to Bo Given in 'Wilherspoon
Hall on February 23.
Prepaiatlons for tho Choral Concert of the
Matlneo Musical Club, to be given at Wlther
spoon Hall on the eonlng of February 23, are
well under way. Jerome Uhl, a young bary
tone, who has had success In New York nnd
other cities; Miss Eleanor Conway, Miss Mao
Farely, Miss Marie G. Loughnoy, Miss Flora
G. Cannon, Mrs. Pctzell nnd Miss Schwartz will
be the soloists and Miss Donlevy hnrplste.
Tho club will have a program of German muslo
nt the nfternoon concert on Tuesday, February
16. nt the Roosevelt, and Miss Maude Hanson
Pettltt has arranged the following program:
(n) "The Silver Bell" Relnhold Herman
Soloist, Miss Sterrett
(b) 'Lullaby" Brnhms
Miss Sterrett, Miss Cannon. Mrs. Hamell,
Mrs. Maschal, Mrs. Nichols, Mlsn
Dance, Mrs, Wilson, Miss Newklrk, Miss
Walters nnd MIsb Kohnle.
(Under direction of Mrs. Edward Philip
Contralto "Himmllsche Zelt" Rles
(a) "Die Lotos Blume" Schubert
(b) "Staendchen" Richard Strauss
(c) "Melne Llcbe 1st Gruen" Brahms
(a) "Traumerel" Schumann
(b) "Vogel als Prophet" Schumann
(a) "Nacht und Traume" Schubert
(b) "Die Junge Nonne" Schubort
(a) "Blind auf deln Haar" Haydn
(b) "Vergebllches Staendchen" Brahms
o) "Auf dem Gruenen Balkon" Wolf
Elma Carey Johnson
Harp and violin "Berceuse".... Carl Oberthuer
Emma Rous and Nina Prettyman Howell
(a) "Wo slnd all die Blumen?" Taubert
(b) "Haenseleln" Taubert
a) "Waldelnsamkelt Reger
(b) "So blst Du" Hans Himmer
(o) "Helmllcha Aufforderung,"
Helen MacNamee Bentz
(a) "Am Meer" .....Mendelssohn
(b) "Fruehllngslled" Mendelssohn
(c) "Der Wanderer" Mendelssohn
Alton IC Dougherty
fa) Bplnnlng song from "Flying Dutchman,"
(b) "The Walnut Tree" Schumann
Harp and violin obllgato by Mrs. Rous and
Mrs. Howell; Ray Daniels Jones. Frances But
terworth and William P. Bentz at the piano.
One of the many sewing societies doing
faithful work for the relief of the Belgians
under the auspices of the Emergency Aid. is
the one organised by Mrs. W- Frederick Snyder,
of "Cllfflawn, which meets ori Wednesday of
each week. The members ore Mrs. Henry
Doan, Mrs. Manly-Powers, Mrs. B, D. Gray,
Mrs. Frederick Shepard and Mrs. Arthur Rulon.
The meeting next Wednesday will be held
at the home of Mrs. Henry Doan, 153 Carpen
A children's Valentine party will bo gtvan
Saturday afternoon by Mrs. A, H. Dawson, of
C801 Oreene street, for her granddaughter,
Mlas Ellanor Dawson.
On Monday evening, February 15, a large
dance will be given at the Colonial Dance Cas
tle, Germantown and Maplewood avenues, for
the benefit of the Holy Rosary Italian School,
at Haines and Morton streets. The affair,
which gives promise of being a success, has
been arranged by Mlas Anna Mae Nolen, of 6t
Church lane, and Miss Helen Rellly, of Bayn
ton street and Walnut lane. The following wilt
act as patronesses: Mrs. Michael Rellly, Mrs, J.
F, Nolen, Mrs. Thomas Brockbank, Mrs. M.
Russell, Mrs. Daniel Foster and Mlas Cecilia
Mrs, A. H. Dawson, of Greene street, will
give a Valentine party for her little grand
daughter. Eleanor Dawson, today. About 30
guests are expected.
Frank M. Bannon, of 15 East Chtlten ave
nue, who has been spending some time In
Washington, p. C, baa returned to his home.
MUs Allda a Buehltr, of Haosberry street,
Will tatertala at W this afternoon. The
MISS MABEL VICKEIIS
Miss Vlckers is the daughter of Mr. M.
B. Vickers. Her engagement to H. Benne
Hcnton is announced.
guests will Includo Miss Genevieve Dlllenbeck,
Miss Natalie Bllzard, MIbs Holly McCormlck,
Miss Alice Dlllenbeck, Miss Jean Speese, Miss
Dorothy McBrldc, Miss Jean Knox, Miss Mar
tha Henderson, Miss Eleanor Scattergood,
Miss Hazel Coffin, Miss Frances GIlKey, Miss
Nancy Joffroys, Miss Josephine Hooper. Miss
Catharine Norrls, Miss Louise Deacon, Miss
Marian Steams', Miss Mildred Havens,, Miss
Marian Hooper, Miss Edith Ketcham, Miss Har
riet Smith, Miss Charlotte Chorry, Miss Su
zanna Craig, Miss Margaret Blckley, Miss
Mary Louise McCown. Miss Mary Rich, Miss
Annotta MacGrath, Miss Margaret Shoemaker,
Miss Mary Closson, Miss Sara Cooke, Miss
Grnco Harrlgan, Miss Emma Crowder, Mls3
Frances Ray and Miss Margaret Spencer.
Miss Edna S. Latorn, of 233 South 16th street,
gave n Valentino party this week. Among
thdso present wero Miss Mnry Benson, Miss
Margaret Morrow, Mies Adeline Waldron, Miss
Frances Repettn, Miss Ida Simon, Hugh Camp
bell, Robert Campbell, Howard Bradford, War
ren McCloskey, Frank Thompson, Robert
Thompson nnd Joseph O'Neill, Jr.
Mrs. "William S. Vare, of 2238 South Broad
street, and Mrs. Edwin H. Vare, of Ambler, left
this week for Palm Beach, Fla., where they Will
spend the remainder of tho winter. They were
accompanied by Miss Charlotte Vare, Miss Ida
Varo, Miss Beatrice Vnre, Miss Mildred Varo
and Edwin H. Varo. Jr.
George Jackson, of 8th and MclCean streets,
has returned to his home, having spent the
last three months In Nicholson, Pa.
MIsb Ida Hinckley, of 2GI0 South 20th street,
left this week for Parksldc, N. J., where she
will be the guest of Mls Clara Wolfe for about
10 days. Several affairs have been arranged In
her honor during her visit.
MISS JANE E. HARDING, daughter of
Mrs. George J. Harding, will be guest ot
honor at luncheon at the Rltz-Carlton followed
by a theatre party to be given by Mrs. Samuel
Frederick Houston, of Drulm Molr, of Chestnut
Hill. The guests will Include Miss Aimee Hutch
inson, Miss Jean Christian Bullitt. Miss Vir
ginia Roberts, Miss Jean Newbold Thompson,
MIbs Frances I Stoughton, Miss Elizabeth E.
WIster, Mies Hope McMlchael, Miss Mary E.
Clayton, Miss Elizabeth Roberts Reath, Miss
Hilda Tunis, Miss Isabel Wurts Page, Mlsa
Edith H. Bally, Miss Charlotte Harding Brown,
Miss Lucia A. Warden and Miss Margaret Han
Miss Anna Massey Hcckscher. daughter of
Mrs. Austin Heckscher, will be entertained at
the theatre, followed by fltipper at the Rltz
Carlton. The party will be given by Mr. and
Mrs. Ledyard Heckscher, of Bollngbroke, Rad
nor, and will Include Miss Hope Truxton Beale,
Mlsa Inez Lewis Drayton, Miss Gertrude Tower,
Miss Margaret Berwlnd, Terclval Drayton Tay
lor, Charles Louis Boris, Robert Frazer, Jr.,
Thomas B, Hart and Decatur Sblppen West.
Mrs. Charles Brinton Coxe, of UM Locust
street, will give a dinner-dance tonight In honor
of Mlsa Caroline Slnkler, who Is at present the
guest of Miss Mary Frances Fisher, daughter
of Dr, and Mrs. Henry Mtddloton Fisher. A
number of the season's debutantes will be pres
ent, Mrs, Walter Judson Sprankle, of Overbrook,
will give a luncheon at the Bellevue-Stratford,
followed by a theatre party, In honor of Mlas
Mary Hall Laird, debutante daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Warren Powers Laird, of the Glad
stone. The guesUi will be from the debutante
Doctor and' Mrs. R. Garth Wltman,' of tut
Freetand avenue, will move after tile 1st of Jupe
to Norrlatown, where Mr. Whitman has been
elected resident physician of the Charity Hos
pital of Norrlstown.
Mlsa Edith Leah Jones, of S3T East Levering,
ton avenue, Roxborough." has returned from a
three weeks' sojourn In Toronto, Canada, where
she has been visiting a, former Phlladslphlan,
who will be remembered as Miss Bertha Hun
ter. Mr and Mrs. Harry Jones, ot 3! J Fountain
street, have returned from Colllnsaweed, N- J ,
wbera. they were the guests of Mr, Jonas' par
unt, Mr. nai, Mrs. Frank Jones,
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THF3 marriage, of Mlas Edyth 8, Aiidcrtoru
daughter of Mr hhd Mrs. Gustavo Ander
ton, of 90S N6rtli Broad street, and Clarence J.
E. Dobson (Clarence Jay Elmer), of 3716 N6rth
lfth street, which took place nt noon today",
wns the culmination of a romance that began
nbout n year ago in Lubln's studio, where "both
tho bridegroom and bride are actors In leadlhff
roles. The ceremony was perfdrmed br the
Rev. Edward B. Slbole, of SL John's Lutheran
Church, In the studio, 20th street and Indiana
avenue, which had been arranged with an
elaborate stage background. Tho color scherno
ot the decorations was pink, tho Colonial fur
niture being upholstered In that color with
all the draperies to match. Tho bride wore a
white satin gown, trimmed with tulle. Her
veil of tullo was arranged with the conven
tional cap, held In plaeo with lilies of the val
ley and orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet
of lilies of tho valley.
Mrs. Joseph W. Smiley was matron of honor.
Tho bridesmaids wero Miss Dorothy Adams,
.Miss Tlllllo Burke, Miss Ada Charles, Mlas
Josephine Longworth, Miss Ethel Mae, Miss
Jewel Wllllnms, Miss Frances Samson and Miss
Elslo Woodward. They, were dressed alike In
pink silk frocks and carried pink roses. The
bridal party Included also two flower girls,
Dorothy Do Wolf and Elinor Dunn.
Mr. Dobson had Colonel Joseph W. Smiley
for his best man, and tho ushers were lsadre
Schwartz. William Cohlll, Allen Dunn, Jack Del
son, Douglas Slbole. Edgar Wolf, James Burns
nnd Jamos Cassldy. The ceremony was fol
lowed by n breakfast at the RIts-Carlton. Mr,
and Mrs. Dobson will spend their honeymoon
at Palm Beach, and upon their' return will
live for n time at SOS North Broad street.
A novel feature of the wedding waa tho
photographing of tho scones for a moving- pic
ture story, which will bo written for the pur
pose of introducing these films.
Tho marriage of Miss Mary Madeline Mathleu,
niece ot Mr. and Mrs. Charloa P. McCulley of
Bala, to Daniel Joseph Hess, son of George B.
Hess, of 9S8 South 40th stroet, will take placo
this afternoon In the Church of St. Francis do
Sales. Tho ceremony will be performed by the
Rev. Father Thomas J. Itanney, at 6:30 o'clock.
Tho bride, who will bo given In marriage by
her brother. Howard David Mathleu, wilt be at
tended by her sistor-ln-law, Mrs. Howard Dayld
Mathleu, as matron of honor. Mr. Hess will be
attended by hl3 brother, Charles Hcsa, as best
man. Walter W. Hess, a cousin of tho bride
groom; Prcvor Leutze, Hiram Colklns and Fred
erick Mathleu, a brother of tho bride, will bo
Miss Mathleu will wear a gown of whlto eatlrt
and real lace, made with a court train. Her
veil will be of tulle and lace arranged on a
cap, and held In placo by orange blossoms. She
will carry a shower bouquet of lilies ot the.
valley and Brldo roses.
The matron of honor will be gowned In pink
faille rllk nnd real lace. A hnt of pink tulle
will finish her costume, and she will carry an
arm bouquet of pink sweet peas.
A reception will Immediately follow nt tho
Rlttonhouse, and on their return from a wed
ding trip Mr. and Mrs. Hess will live In West
ALONG THE READING
A children's dancing- class, undor the patron
age of Mrs. Eugene Carltn, has been organized
and will meet every Monday afternoon, from
4 until 6 o"clock, at the Jenklntown Auditorium
on York road. Miss Kathleen Carlln will be
In chargo of the class, und tho members In
clude: Miss Marjorle Stroud, Miss Rachel Rob
erts, Miss Ruth Clement, Miss Esther Tiffen
bach. Miss Margaret Carlln, Miss Elizabeth
Engle. Miss Madeline Clay, Bliss Sue Bremer.
Miss Clay, Thomas B. Harper, William Wooley,
Edward Lupton, Stewart Graham, Harry Will
iams, Robert Pent and Robert Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborne, of Washing
ton lane, Jenklntown, will give a dance at the
Old York Road Country Club In honor of tnelr
daughter, Miss Caroline Osborne, on Tuesday
evening, April 6. The guests will be members
of the school set.
Mr. and Mrs. Caspar Druedlng, of 1014 Pros
pect avenue, Elktns Park, -entertained at
theatre party last evening In honor of Dr,
and Mrs. Emll Schneider.
Miss Kathleen M. Loughlln, of 2215 Hunting
Park avenue, gave a luncheon, followed by a
linen shower, today, In honor of Mrs. Walter
A. Young, who before her marriage was Miss
Anna Nash. The decorations were appropriate
ot the valentine Beason. Those present wero
Miss Marian Myers, Miss Emily G. Hirst, Mies
Elisabeth Bardaley, Miss Elizabeth Gilberts,
Miss Marguerite Toland, Miss Marlon Nash
and Mrs. Wilbur Dutton.
A delightful entertainment was given last
night at the home of Dr. and Mr. Benjamin
T, Neall, 182S West Ontario street. The affair
was a novelty. party, arranged as a surprise
In celebration of Doctor Neall's Will blrthdav
anniversary. Red carnations roingled with red
hearts and valentine novelties in the decora
tions. Several original congratulatory poem
wire read by the guests. Among those pres
ent were Dr. and Mrs. Waltor H. Neall Mr
and Mrs, Robert M. Neall, Mr, and Mrs; Walter
Matslnger. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Pilling, Mr
and Mrs William Russell, Mr. and Mro, qeorge
B. Ruddlck, Miss Emily Neall, Miss Edith Neall,
Charles MonteomerV, Mlas Elsie Moore, Mlas
Jennie Bird, Miss Grace Haldeman. Mr. Han
nah Ray Fox. Miss Hannah Fox Neall and
Edwin Earl Neall.
Miss Gertrude Estelle Kelly, of XttT North
16th street, has as her guest Miss Lois Reiinlc,
ot Alabama- Mlas RennJe will remain for w
oral weeks and Miss Kelly jind a number of br
friends have planned, many euterUtnrutnU '"
Mrs. Lo Roy Walker, of tm North HSh atreot.
entertained at bridge yesterday afternoon. Tho
gam was fallowed by a buffet, luifcn, Tin
guests, who are member of Mrs. Waltei'a oad
Olub, wero: Mr. WUUam Campbell, Mr. "Will
lain Wright, Mrs. J. Harry Uang, Mrs. Wii.
Urn Sauter. Mrs, Frederick SniHh, Mr. Tnammm
Seward. Mrs. Ctartwoa Paliotr. Mrs Hit Horn
J ard en Mrs Bulb, Mm. W N Lynch Mrp,
John hlV, MM. SAw I4rk. M(s Staifau ;.,-
StUueUJ. Miss TWHa Wtur. UUm t-!,a
Qrow as4 MtM IftaiyaoWa, of. jutttwutowii, ex