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EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THTJBSPAY, FEBRITABY 17, 1016.
NANCY WYNNE HAS SOMETHING
TO SAY ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS
f Grandniece of Horace Binney Entertains Number of
,,Women at the Home of Mrs. Howard Lewis With
iiixquiBiie uancingxneatre Party for Miss
WILL APPEAR IN AMATEUR PERFORMANCE TONIGHT j
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MOST Interesting Pfas tho morning
affair which Mrs. Howard Lewis
gave at her home, 1928 Spruce street,
yesterday, and especially delightful
was the dancing of various specialties
by Miss Constanco Binney, a nleco of
Mrs. George A. Dunning, will, whom
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the lato Horaco Binney. Miss Binney
iL. .In ttvtl t n 9 t 1 n 1 (1 (fn lln until
ni... of New Tork'i her mother
Miss Gertrudo Miles. Sho danced with
much Rraco ana cliarm, anil won great
oplauso from an nppreel
encc. Miss Binney tells mo sho has
studied tho classical too dancing for
several years. "I regard It as tho
fundamental and most Important part
In tho art of dancing," Bho said. "When
iyou havo learned correct too datlclng,
then it Is possible to do any other kind;
,tho esthetic Is like child's play after tho
'other has been lenrncd." Miss Binney
has studied under Veronlno West, of
,the Pavlowa Ballet, and Is now taking
lessons from Cccchettl, of tho present
Ballet Itusse. Miss Binney nppcnrs In
various character dances dressed In ap
propriate costumes, and hns In her ro
pcrtolre nn Hungarian, Spanish, Orien
tal, Greek and scvorul Ttusslnn ballet
dances, Sho tells mo sho ha taken up
the work as a profession, and Intends
to make a great thing of It. Sho now
dances at tho VanderbllW In New York,
on two afternoons a week.
Molly Thayer will be given a theatre
party and supper tonight by Mr. nnd
Mrs. Hoxio Hnrrlson Smith. Molly Is
tho daughter of General and Mrs. Uus
scll Thayer, of Chestnut Hill, and one
of the very prettiest debutantes of the
year. She has had n great many enter
tainments given In her honor, nnd Is
tho proud possessor of no less than fivo
brothers, who nre all devoted to her.
Just think of that for nn asset with
which to start going out. But then, in
deed, sho does not ;iced any nssets, sho
Is bo extremely, attractive. Tho debu
tante guests wlll bo Eleanor Popper,
Margarctta Myers, Sarah Myers, Mari
ana Gowen, Muzlc Graham, Sarah Nell
eon and Eleanor Cuyler, nnd there will
be a number of the younger men.
An extremely Interesting affair will
be the banquet and reception which the
Transatlantic Society will give tonight
In tho ballroom of tho Bellovue-Strat-ford
In honor of tho Marquis of Aber
deen and Temalr, former Governor
General of Canada and Viceroy of Ire
land, and tho Marchioness of Aberdeen
and Temalr. A largo number of prom-
lnent men and women aro on the com
I mltteo which ha., been appointed to
, greet tho distinguished guests. Mr.
Joseph It. Wilson Is chairman of tho
wholo nffnlr, nnd tho committee In
cludes Mr. Edward T. Stotesbury, JAy.
Charles C. Harrison, Mr. Alexander
, Vnn Hensselner, Mr. Thomns De Witt
Cuyler, Mr. John Gribel, Mr. William
Ellis Scull, Mr. Edward B. Smith, Mr.
Cyrus H, K. Curtis, Mr. Harold Peirce,
' i Mr. J, Howell Cummlngs, Mr. Samuel
P. Houston, Mr. I.. Webster Fox, Mr.
J. Gray Bolton, Mr. Frederic H. Straw
bridge, Mr. John H. McFadden, Dr.
David Milne, Mr. Edgar Fahs Smith,
Mr. John S. Muckle, Mr. Joseph G.
ISosengarten, Mr. J. Rutherford Mc
Allister, Mr. Ralph C. Stewart, Mr.
Henry Chapman. Mr. William Brad
way, Mr. J. S. W. Holton, Mr. William
L. McLean, Mr. George K. Johnson,
Mr. William P. Wilson, Mr. Edward
H. Coates, Mr. Henry G. Bryant, Mr.
Howard B. French. Mr. Georgo E.
Nltzsche and Mr. Clinton Rogers Wood
ruff. Mrs, Alba B. Johnson Is chair
man of tho ladles' reception committee,
which Includes Mrs. Edward W. Bid
die, Mrs. J. Gray Bolton, Mrs. Edwnrd
H. Coates, Mrs. Russell Dunne, Mrs.
L. Webster Fox, Mrs. John Grlbbel,
Mrs. Charles C. Harrison, Mrs. Richard
Harte, Mrs. Samuel F. Houston, Mrs.
Wilbur P. Klapp, Mrs. Arthur H. Lea,
Miss Nina Lea, Mrs. J. Bertram Llp
plncott and Mrs. David Milne.
Mr, and Mrs. J. Granville Leach, Jr.. of
Jenklntown, announce the engagement of
their daughter. Miss Frances Manning
Lach, to Mr. C. Harold Tiers, son of
Mrs. C. Harold Tiers, of Chestnut Hill.
The Itev. William H. Laird and Mrs.
Laird entertained at dinner last night In
honor of Miss Lydla Chichester and her
nance, Mr. Philip D. Laird. Their other
guests were Miss Polly Laird, Miss Made
line Owens, Miss Barbara Vnndesrift,
Mies .Mildred Hoopes, Mr. Tuck Janney,
Mr, Italph Asshelon. Mr. Cecil Bacchus
and Mr. Belln Hoblnson.
A bal mat,que will be given this evening
the Bellevue-Stratford by Sirs. 8. Nau
aaln Duer for her Thursday Evening
Ir. and Mrs. George H. Earle, 3d, have
returned from an extended wedding Jour
Jlfy through California, and are occupying
...5 new nouse in Jiaverrora. Mrs. jiarle
was Miai Iluberta Potter, daughter of
Mrs. Jonathan Bailey Browder. of Chest
nut Hill, before her marriage In January.
Mrs, Horace Binney Hare will entertain
at dinner this evening at her home, 120
South 22d 8(reet. t
''" and Mrs, Thomas A. Bcott Thropp,
?,, r. Sou" Mth Btreet. have gone to
"aihhijton to" attend the Beaux Arts
Ball there tonight
.,?'' Thomas H. Fenton and Mrs. J, B.
Bldlack. or 13U) Spruce street, wlll be
i homo this afternoon, from 4 until 6
& clock. Mlas Helen Buchanan will sing
and Mr- Carl Doerlng will play.
Mrs, Robert Martin AVllllams, of 2016
valnut street, gave a luncheon of 13
Mlsj Helen Louise Coates will receive
"normally at her home, 100 South 2lat
"reet, this afternoon, from 4 until 6
o vlock. No cards have been sent out.
MUa ji. A Slmeox sailed on the Baltic
week for an indennlU stay abroad.
M-i (St rg; Umbwi at4r-. of Itadnor, li
Pn n a week at the Chalfonle. Atlan
tic fi i
Mu hj.il ! siun. of Harfuid. at
'iurniq b, few wiwll daygtiitr Mi, .
Ur i w Siarr, ba uturoa to fee
p ro fi-oTO RaHlBjRj, xtaw h tho '
Kiiost of Mrs. Starr's parents for several
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whero rt.i III bSTuert of jim
' Peterson for a fortnight.
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fny ""ernoon, from I until o'clock, at
the i Playroom. South IStli street. Mrs.
hohert l-nrr tleildcs Is chairman of tho
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, llllam It. Orecne. who will be nccimi-
V", ' ;t. u-uuorn VitURhnn. Mr.
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I !e.cUo."s n,uI .ll,e n,her artists will Include
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- i "u" nues- -"""s .clllo Wilkinson
and Mr. Joseph Wnldman, violinist.
The marriage of Mini I.tlllnti Arcliam
bntilt to Mr. nibcrt Hlack Gtltnth. of
Azusn, Cat., wlll tnke place In tho pprlng.
The Jonklntmvn Chnml will glvo n
urlclRe nnd dance tonight at tho Hotel
gallon, nt 8:13 o'clock. Tho ofllins of
tlio Choral, Mrs. Thomns K. obrr, Mis.
.1. hngloson. Mis. V. J. We!hcnmncr.
Mrs. Lewis nicnicr. Jr. Mrs. V. J. Hoi
mer, .Mrs A. J. Montgomery, Mis. Iloiiico
Unnderle, Mrs. John Cnmlv, Mis. ,1. fl.
Harder, Mrs. i D. llancy. Mis. John S.
Oaley nnd Mrs. L. It. Dutton will bo on
the reception committee, with Mr. Frank
Williams, Mrs. George II. Clay. Mrs. Al
vnt Ilu.'ihncll, Mis. K. J. Porter and Mrs.
The tables for lirlilife have been taken
by the nlllcciR of tho club nnd the fol
lowing: jim. u.nvld i short. Mrs. M. L.
Smith, Mrs. Clement ('. Wheeler. Mis.
Hobcrt J. Mllllgan. Miss Marsatet llctzell,
iMis.-Wllllnni G. Blnugh, Mrs. .1. X. Mal
pnss, Mrs. .1. Walter Hlcltlo, Mrs.
Charles H. Qulniby, lira. L. . Dutton,
Mrs. I'Vnnk Cheslerman mil sevcial
All the younger members of the club
nie arranging parlies to attend the dance.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. Matthew McVlckar have
announced the engugement of their sister.
Miss .Mae M. Winn, to Mr. John A. Yohn.
Tho wedding nf .Miss Mnbel M.irlo Kra
mer, daughter of .Mr. and Mis. George
Kramer, of Llandrilln road, Cynw.vd, nnd
Mrs. Thomas Ross Allen, son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. William Allen, of ICU North Jtroad
street, will tako place Wednesday night,
February W, at 7 o'clock, in St. Asaph's
Church, Bala. The Itev. Hnrrlson U.
Wright, lector, will oniciate. Miss Kra
mer has chosen Mrs. John It. Lewis, of
I'ittsbuigh, for her matron of honor, and
her other attendants will be Mrs. Stuart
W. Buck, Mrs, Charles Henderson Davis,
Miss Letty Hnnsem. .Miss Mary Savage,
Miss Kntherlne Schoflclcl nnd Miss Bertyo
Wlnslow. Mr. Charles Allen, brother of
the bridegroom-to-be, will he best man nnd
Mr. Stuart W. Buck, Mr. John It. Lew to.
Mr. Charles Davis, Mr. Warren Plummet?
.Mr. Stanley G. Kramer nod .Mr. Itobert H.
Kramer, the last two brothcis of tho
bride-to-be. will act as ushers Following
tho church ceremony a reception will bo
held nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Kra
mer. Along the Main Line
OVnilBROOK-Mr. Mrlvln Snyder, who
has been spending some time nt the Hotel
Trnymoie, Atlantic City, hns returned to
her apartments In tho Montevlsta.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John C. Dawson, of SS33
Overbiook avenue, left Mondnv for a
month's stay at Atlantic City. Mr. John
C. Dawson, Jr., and Mr. J. Chandler Bnr
nard havo tnken an apartment on Chest
nut street during their absence.
WAYNE The next meeting of tho Rad
nor township blanch of tho Queen Mary
Guild will ho nt the home of Miss Julia
Wood, on North Wayuo avenue, tomor
row. Meetings of this association aio
now being held weekly at tho dirfeicnt
members' homes, nnd tho work of tho
society Includes tho making of all kinds
of surgical supplies, bandages, smglcal
sponges and everything necessniy to hos
pital equipment, also knit socks, mufflers,
wristlets and nil manner of things, which
aro packed In n box and sent off monthly
to St. James Palace, In London, to bo sent
to tho Allies. Among tho membcis of the
ltndnor branch aro Miss Julia Wood, Mis.
T. Truxton Hare, Mrs. Kent Willing. Mrs.
Murdoch Kendrlck, Mrs. John Harvey
Gordon, Mrs. Nnthan Heyward, Mrs. W.
W. Montgomery, Jr., Mis. Harry C. Pot
ter, Mrs. C. K. Undcihlll and Mrs. S.
Tho last of n series of fortnightly
dances at tho Philadelphia Cricket Club
took place last night. A nAinber nf din
ners preceded the dance; especially nt
tractlvo was one given by Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Harris, Jr., of Chestnut avenue.
Their guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph Sill Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Haddock Forr, Mr. and Mrs, Arthur
Biockle nnd Mr. and -Mrs. Hownid S.
Graham. Mr. and .Mrs. Theodore Brown
also entertained a few friends, ns did Mr.
and Mrs. Wilson Potter. Mr, and Mia
Itobeit'N. Downs, Jr., also entei tallied.
Miss Charlotte Brooke, of IS IT Pulaski
avenue, entertained at bridge yesterday
afternoon In honor of Miss Frances Syme,
of Worcester, Mush., who Is her guest.
Among those piesent were Miss Beienlce
Berens. Miss Bmlly Tattcrslleld, Mlsa
F.llen Knlpe, Mrs. Thomas Holland, M,ss
R. Topley, Mrs. E. T. HenBon, Mrs.
Chailes Blown, Miss Kntherluo Bushnell,
Miss Florence Pusey, Miss Mabel Puscy,
Miss Elsie Williams, Mrs. William Stroud,
Mt-3. muion: and Sirs. Hruco Stoever.
Sirs. Taul Dennlston, of 5131 Wayne
avenue. Is visiting friends In Tientou fori
several days. J
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MlSS CJTJ?OLYN HAYES VWBIKI " KHh
THESPIANS WILL PRODUCE
"LET'S ALL GET MARRIED" TONIGHT
Well-known West Philadelphia Club Will Give Delight
ful Play in Allison Chapel of 'Cooper Memorial
Methodist Episcopal Church
THE Thespians of West Philadelphia,
who so successfully produced "W'lllow
dalc" last year, will give a two-act com
edy entitled "Let's .U Get Married."
This play will bo given in the Allison
Chapol of the Coopi-r Memorial JI. K.
Church this cenlng for the bunctlt or the
The cast will Include Miss Jennuctte II.
Beeves ns Ktliel Ciiilngtoii, Miss Cnio
lyn Hayes ns Miss Laura Plum, Miss
i:dlth Fries as Goldlo McGiath. Miss
Madeline D. Znne as Marjoile Miller.
Misses Beeves, Fries nnd Zone will be re
membered In the picvloiis performance
of this club, while .Miss Hnes Is one of
their latest members.
Mr. Edward It. Williams, picsldcnt of
tho cluh, wlll take the pnit of Prof. Mas
well Cnirington, Mr. George Seel will en
act the part of Mr. Everett Payne, .Mr.
Joseph Seel will be seen ns the Itev. Ben
jamin Morris, Mr. Krwln Uittlmer, of the
Mnsk nnd Wig, will tnko tho part of Dick
Havens, Mr. Barry E. Thompson ns Biggs,
the butler, and Mr. Jesse H. Whlteley as
Jnck . Foster. Mr. Williams nnd Mr.
Whlteley had the lending roles In "Wil
lowdale," ns In this performance.
Tho Thespians havo nindo an enviable
iccord In West PbllaclelplUa, jnoorcstown,
Blvorton and Rutlcdgo for the high char
acter of their organization and their un
questionable ability In the nmutetir thent
This year's dog show will liavo an un
usually distinguished list nf patronesses,
all of whom aro Interested In the Child
Federation, the bencllclary of the (IfUi an
nual exhibition of tho Kennel flub of
Philadelphia. It will be staged this year.
February 28-20, In unusually nttractlve
quarters, on the ground Moor of the new
building on the northwest corner of 23d
and Chestnut sheets.
In addition to members of tho women's
advisory board of the Child Federation,
who are Mrs. Alfied Stengel, chairman;
Miss Alice M. Blddle, .Mrs. Henry C.
Boyer, Mrs. John G. Clark, Mrs. C. II. Lud
Ington, Mrs. Norman MacLeod. Mrs.
Thomas Robins and Mrs. George D.
Wldener. the following will also net as pa
tronesses: Mrs. Georgo W. Chllds Drexel,
Miss Mary K Gibson. .Mrs. Rodman E.
Grlhcom. Mrs. Henry S. Grove. Mrs. Sam
uel McCllntock Hainlll, Mrs. Herbert M.
Howe. Mrs Alba 11. Johnson. Miss Nina
Lea, Mrs. Thomas Learning, Mrs. Horatio
Gates Llojd, Mrs. Howard Longstretli,
Mrs. Theodoro Marshall, Sirs. J. Kearsley
Mitchell. Mrs. Arthur 11 Newbold, Sirs.
Georgo S. Patterson. Mrs. Edgar Scott.
Sirs Horaco E Smith. Sirs. Edward T.
Stotesbury, Sirs. Daniel B. Wentz, Sirs.
Grahnme Wood and SIih. George Wood
ward. Funds donated by the Kennel Club ns a
result of the coming bench show will go
to the health ceutro of the Child Federa
tion, the aim of which Is Intensive edu
cational unik to tench jienplo to keep
well. This includes a vnr'ty of fnctors,
the purchase and cooking of proper food,
sanitation of thq home, caro of mothers
and babies, preparation of baby food and
bo on. .Millions or dollars are spent an
i dally for hospitals una other organlza- '
tlous engageo in cuinuve worn, oui nanny
anything Is spent In keeping people well
or in teaching them how to keep well.
MISS MARIE FITZPATiUCK.
In other words, tho special aim of tho
health centre of tho Child Federation Is
education in any way which nffects
It Is estimated that at least $2000 Is
nccesrary to start a proposed Investiga
tion of occupational diseases, and tho
funds which will bo donated by tho Ken
nel Club, of Philadelphia, for this purpose
from the receipts of the show should foim
a good nucleus to start the work. Last
cnr the Emergency Aid Committee, a&
benellclnry of tho Dog Show, received sev
eral hundred dollars, and ns a much
larger show Is planned this year, It Is
hoped that correspondingly largo re
ceipts will be secured.
luncheon was given by Miss Molllo
Mnrbln nnd Miss Lillian E. Cohan, or 207
Carpenter sheet, In honor of Miss Anna
Schnnhlo on Sunday. Among the guests
were Miss Jean Cohen, Mr. S. Bergor,
IMlss Ida Wlllcpskj. Mr. S. Wlllonsky, of
New York; the Misses Fisher, of Irenton,
N. J., and other guests.
An elaborate dinner nan given to tho
Unique Club by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Maigolis, of 230 Greenwich stieet, In honor
of their daughter, Miss Helen Margolls,
nhoso engagement to Mr. Benjamm B.
Friedman, of Atlantic City, has been
announced, Miss Helen Margolls Is
tho president of tho club. During the
dinner tho engagement of Miss Rose
Kraltovltz, also a member of the club,
to 3Ir. Rosen, was announced Among
those present were Miss Jean Baron, Miss
P.ao Aaron, Miss Pearl Burnstine, Miss
Fannie Cohen, Mlta Melba Buxbamn, Miss
Freda Buibaum. .Miss Essie Deutsch, Miss
j Sarah Gerson. Miss Mary Segel, Miss
Helen Leblnng, Stlss Ethel Wolf, .Miss
Reba Sleltzer, .Miss Gertrude Silver, .Miss
Matilda Levitt, SIlss Helen SInrgolls,
Miss Rose Krakovitz and Sir. and Mrs.
SInrgolls, The regular meeting of the
club wlll tako place next Monday evening,
nt the home of SIlss Ethel Wolf, 3003
SIlss Margaret R. Elliott, of Wilming
ton, Del,, spent the week-end at her
cousin's homo, 428 North 52d street. Tho
hostess" daughter, SIlss Gertrude M. Slur
Phy, gave a valentine party In her honor.
Piogiesslvo heart games weio played,
matching cut hearts, drawing henrts,
making valentines and heart rhymes, and
appropriate heart pilzes were awarded.
Tho guests wero entertained by Mr. Breon,
Sir. Kaln, Sir. Kcough and Mr. Slurphy
and Stlss Elliott, SIlss Hannau nnd Miss j
Anno T. Slurphy. The guests Included
Mr. John It. Lynch, Jr.. Mr. Joseph V.
Brecn, Sir. Joserih A. Murphy, Sir. Ed
ward Newman Keough, Mr. John Corr,
Mr. Harry Perry, Sir. Joseph Hayes, Mr.
Joseph Bellly, Mr. Arthur O'llara, Sir.
Alfred Kaln, Sir. James J. .Monks, Mr.
Joseph Gelger, Dr. J. Gowen, SIlss Alar
gaiet B. Elliott, Miss Isabel Breen, Stlss
Kitty Slurphy, SIlss Anno T. Slurphy,
Miss Helen Corr, SIlss Anne Lo Compte,
Miss Betty ..nekfoul, Ml-n Mary V. Han
nan, SIlss Anna G. aiiuaii, SIlss Mary
Donegnu, Miss Nell Mulkeeno Heart
shaped Uo cream, cakes and candles wero
served and the table decorations were
led roses, hearts and cuplUs,
Sir. and Sirs. Italph I'. Sillier, of 93
West "Washington lane, entertained the
following members of their card club at
their home on Monday night: Sir. nnd
Sirs. Leon K. Beldler. Sir- and Sirs. Slor
ton Klankf Sir. and Mrs. Wilbur S. Ham
mersley. Sir. and Mrs. ... P. Bawllngs,
Sir. and Sirs. Lester Osborne. iStlss Evelyn
Slengert, SIlss Kathcrlne Slesserschmldt.
Sir. Laurence Allen and Sir. Clifford
Mr. and Sirs. J. Friedman, of Jlth street
4 and Brewster avenue, announced the be
trothal of their daughter, suss Helen
Friedman, to Mr- Slorrls Wolman. of
Shenandoah, Pa., on Saturday. A Bupper
was given In their honor, which was at
tended by a number of friends, Including
Mr. C. Wolman, of Shenandoah; Mr. nnd
Mrs. Schonwald, their son and daughter;
Sir. and Sirs. Moakowltz and their daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Silverman and their
daughters, SIlss and Mr. Brenner, Siisa
Silverman and Sir. Margolls, Sir. Yosken
and son, Mr, and Sirs. Wolf and Miss
Elsie Kaplan. At the close of the evening
a collection was taken up for the Jewish
A birthday surprise was given Slaster
David Piatt at his home, 1122 South Alli
son etrfet. In honor of his 11th birthday,
on February 10. The guests spent the
evening In dancing and a supper was
Among those present were Mr. and Mrs.
M J. Piatt, Mr and Mrs. H Koch. Sir.
and Mrs. Albert Abel. Mr. and Sirs. Henry
Koch Mr Dan Koch, Mum Mary Lefty.
SIlss Betty Dent, Mrs. Rom Gelman SUM
Bays Piatt, Mlw Sarah Gill Miss L'Ua
beih ItkoaUy, Sir. David Piatt Mr Joseph
i. nleib. Sir Joseph Devlin. Miss l.oiitta,
Hixli Mum Beast Salot Miss Rosa Um,
Slisa Claire Stun. Mica Sarah Whtttlod&W,
MU Cyrella. Lions, iliaa Sarah Wslfttr,
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SIlss Anna Cohen, SIlss Yetta Landls. SIlss
Yotta Segal. Sir. David Piatt. Sir. Albert
Sturz, Mr. Samuel Wallace, Sir. William
Stolberg, Sir. Alexander Snlot, Sir. Abra
ham Welner, Sir. Samuel Lane, Sir. Al
bert Gelman, Sir. David Koch, Sir. Ber
nnrd Piatt, Sir. Slorrls Tittlemnn, Sir.
Daniel GUI, Sir. Slax Tittlemnn. Sir.
Francis Itkosky, Sir. Franklin Smith and
Sir. Peter Watt.
Sirs. James J. Noon, of 5117 Thompson
street, gave a lecoptlon nt her homo In
honor of tho sixteenth birthday anni
versary of her son, Francis C. Noon, and
Ids companion, Francis E. Nllan. Among
those present wero Mrs. James J. Noon,
Sirs. P. Nllan. Mrs. William J. Regan, SIlss
Annie Nllan, SIlss Ellen Riley, Miss
Bornadotte Eckhnrdt, SIlss Sldnoy Hun
ter, SIlss Anna Ward. SIIs3 Allco Landls,
SIlss Hlldegnrdo Gillespie, SIlss Rose
Obendofer, SIlss Eva Colcmnn, SIlss
Edith Hoffman, SIlss Gertrudo King,
SIlss Cathnilno Murphy, Sir. James
J. Noon, Sir. John SlcIIugh, Sir.
Francis C. Noon, Sir. Francis E. Nllan,
Sir. John Delaney, srr. Edmund Tonkin-
son. Sir. Joseph Fisher, Sir. Clarenco
woodward. Sir. Spry Sparks, Sir. Herbert
Bowles, Sir. Richard Obelmnn, Sir. Clifford
Sparks, Sir. Raymond Ward and Sir. Will
The Tankel Club held Its first meeting
nt Its country homo In Clemcnton, N. J.
Sir. Henry Werblum, n member of tho
club, will give a "stag" party to the
members this Sunday. Tho following
members wlll be present: Sir. Robert
Pollack, Mr. Georgo Tankel, Mr. Julius
Isduner, Sir. Abrnham Goodman, Sir.
Not Saskln, Sir. Henry Weiblum, Mr.
David Vlnlcur. Sir. Simon Kersclisteln,
Sir. Harry Gaskln nnd Sir. Samuel Frank.
Along the Reading
A military "W will bo held nt the Old
York Road Country Club on Saturday
evening. The committee In charge Is
Sir. and Sirs H. D. Stevens and Mr.
and Slis. A. K. SIcKce. On the follow
ing Saturday, February 26, u dance wlll
be given nnd tho hostesses will be Sir.
and -Mis. O. B. Kelsewctter. SIlss Elsie
Smith nnd Sir. John Robinson.
Sirs. Frank Kllsoro. of 4113 North Mnr-
vine street, Logan, gave a valentine lunch-
eon Tuesday afternoon. Her guests In
eluded Sirs. Edward Large, .Mrs. Thomas
Jackson, Sirs. Frank Unit, Sirs. Harry
Curnow, Sirs, Frederick Krebs, Slis. Wlll
Inni Watson, Sirs. Theodoio Knight, Sirs.
Thomas Poole, Sirs. John Costello, Sirs,
Robert Klncade, Sirs. Frank Gimbel, Sirs.
Edward Skirvlng, Sirs. Chailes Firth,
Miss Helen Klllgore and SIlss Rebecca
SIlss Alice D. Boyle, ifLoenn, enter
tained nt n 500 and showor In honor of
SIlss Mary S. Bean, whose engagement to
Sir. Roy Clark was recently announced.
Tho guests Included Sirs. Wilmer Kline,
Sirs. Frederick Jiidd, Sirs. Maurice Haas,
Mrd. Georgo Sutton, Miss Sue Hacberlc,
SIlss Frances Hurley, SIlss Louise Guen
ther, SIlss Rbcy Bean, SIlss Helen Bean
and SIlss Delia Hollock.
A dance of unusual Interest will be held
this evening (Thursday) by the members
of the Inter Nos Club, In Kayoula Hall,
1310 South 2Uh street, the proceeds of
which will be donated to St. Gabriel's
New Hall Fund.
The affair Is under the direction of
Sir. Thomas B. J. Kenny. Great rivalry
has started among several clubs for the
sliver cup that Is offered as a prize for
the largest representation. Among those
contesting are the Klrkuood, Kayoula,
Knywood, Seminole, Crestmoij. and St.
Sirs. Minnie Sacks, of XU North 2d
street, announces the engagement of her
daughter, SIlss Rose Leah Saoks, to Mr.
Harry Hess Behrman, of HI North 12th
SIlss Dorothy Nickels, of tJQ JIanuyunk
avenue, left on Saturday for a visit to
Miss Anna Seal, of Harrlsburg.
Notices for the Society- page will be
accepted uod printed la the Ktrnlnx
Ltiiiirr. but all such notice must b
tirlttru on one side of Hie paper, must be
lzued la full, with full address, nod
wilt a possible telephone numbrr must be
Send all such conimuu'catlous to
"Soctriy Ijlltor." Etenlni Ledger, SOS
Unless these requirements are carried
nut 'bat rBratlon tsar b possible,
tba imtUs ulll not bs published.
SISTBR OF MRS. C. 31. DKPEW
BRIDE OF BAROX JARLSBERG
Diplomats Present at Wedding of New
York Woman in London
LONDON, Fob. 17. Another American
woman entered tho ranks of European
nobility today when Sirs. Alice Andre, a
sister of Slis. Chauncey SI. Depew, and
Baron Wedcl Jarlsbcrg, Norwegian Minis
ter to Paris, were married.
Only close prcsonal friends of the couple
were present. Tho witnesses signing the
register were W. H. Page, Jho United
Stntes Ambassador; Sir Ernest Cnssell,
tho famous English banker; Henry Gre-vcnkop-Cnstcnsklold,
tho Danish Minister,
and Benjamin Vogt, tho Norwegian
Following the ceremony, which took
plnco nt St. George's Hanover Square,
theie was a reception nt Clnrldge's.
Tho bride Is u daughter of tho late
Henry Palmer, of New York, and the
groom, who Is 6i yenrs old. Is n member
of n Norwegian family which Is extremely
wealthy and dates back to the twelfth
The Wessex Club, of Tioga, has Issued
Invitations fur a dance on Tuesday night,
In the Tlogn drawing room. Tho com
mittee having the affair In charge In
cludes Sir. Hownid N. David, Sir. Sam
uel F. Ortlj. Sir. John K. Lough lln. Jr.,
nnd Sir. Herbert O. Sperry. Other mem.
bers aro .Mr. Dai clay Fitt, Mr. Melville
Fox and Sir. John Gemmell.
What's Doing Tonight
Philadelphia Prison Society, Mo Chestnut
street; S o'clock.
Team Owners' ABoclatlon, Iloiirtc: S o'clotk.
Philadelphia Ileal l.'slnto Ilo.ir.l. lilt nimrj
Transatlantic Society of Philadelphia cnter
tHliimfiit nml li.mn.uet, In honor of Maniuls
'.'."'! Slnrchlonpw nf Aberdeen mid Temalr.
HelleMic-Htiiitror.l Hotel: 7 o'tloik. 'mu'r
Alexander llnmllton Club meetlnir nml dls
0"ln or "Selentltic liulnv ' wSlldlng."
Xe lllnuham Hotel: H Co o'clock. """""
HroivnliiK Society lias "fhakeipeare Night."
Neiv Century I)ralnc Hoonm; h o'clock.
llSSR oScfcUl Mt- "-h".m.nn
Market Street Merchant ABoclatlon annual
elecilon, IlliiKham Hotel; il::ii) o'clock. Bnnual
ovio!k" EVa"8 rec"al' Wlthenpoon Ball; 8:30
People's Rights Association, of Delaware
Counu, itlnnei. Adelphla Hotel. Delaware
llot"ea! C'Ub" f rh,la'lePh;- -Hi""". Adelphla
K&'VKrW Ma'L'eto'cyoTk'" dlnn"'
NoSninSlSKfon'ft.Ts KlSfc" by
I lVll.,ffr5iroel!!",n"io" Soc,e,y- Wltherspoon
Kinsln". y &r"'fl?n ,.".'.l" Women,
an" 1i'uii?SckV.trlVt. V oclock.""r",ny aenue
Hall, a o'clock.
J, LAST 3 DAYS
awbaction "por Little Peppina"
Chestnut St. "$& lVhn
and Hb WONDER VIW .
"On the Firing- Line With Germans"
ACADEMV-MondayRAJ,,r;uo.,b. , 4
"Tfte World'a Orea(ir tlidtr Sinner"
Deneflt Keturne,! Krench CHIllin Prfson.r.
PRICES: OO, SI 50. loo T 0ne"
Ticket, at Heppo'.. HID Chwtnut Slreet
t-,J WJTHBR8POON HA LI,
TICKETS SO AJ'D 73 CENTS
University EilinilA- 'tVt
Bo omce.' WUhraaMnJih;i"fnt.
Alt K.rt Week. BlUl. Bu'ri? aEr""
Palace SSffi .
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Weber Johnson,
of 1018 South 45th street, havo Issued In
vitations for a dance on Friday. March 3,
il o.ov u viuun, in mo x jinomupipn uiuo. i
Stlss .Martha Blaklston, of 115 South 37th ,;l
sircct, win givo n tin! masque on Slonuay
evening. February 21. nt tho Phllomuslait '?
Dr. and Sfrs. Brynn Kyle, nnd Miss E
Elsie V. Kyle, who havo been spending
some tlmo nt the, St. Charles. Atlnntla 'B
City, hnvo returned to their home, 12U
South 43th street.
Mrs. Grace Von Smcttew. of 419 North 15
3d street, Is visiting her mother, Inf. 8. W
Meyer, of Harrlsburg. ,V j
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