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THE ; WASHINGTON- HERALDS SUNDAY JANIJABY
5. 1913.- .
Continued from Page One.
Rev. Dr. and Mm. Jnftpnh Krauiknuf.
has been announced.
Miss Helen Weyl. of Norfolk, has re
turned to her home, after a short visit
with Mrs. Robert Merer, of Thirteenth
Mr. George 1L Maynard. who has been
spending his Christmas 'vacation with
' his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George
Maynard, entertained his friends at
card party on Thursday evening.
Miss Alma Ruggles gaie a tea yester
day at her apartment in the Dupont in
honor of Mrs. Van Vecten Olcott, of
New York, who is In Washington for a
Mrs. A. II. Baldwin will be at home
.Informally on Tuesdays In January at
, Dr. S B Cooper, of Brooklyn, and
. lime. Bertha, of New York, are the
nouse guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis S.
Gottlieb, at their residence, 615 Irving
Miss Helen Fischer, of Lanier Place,
who spent the holidays In Richmond, re
turned the latter part of the week to the
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Stem have return'
ed to their home In the Ashley, after a
stay or two weeks in Philadelphia ana
Mr. Leon Oppenhclmer. of Kalorama
Road, left the latter part of the week
for the University of Pennsyrianla,
where he Is student.
Mr. Nelson Berliner, of Baltimore, has
has returned to his home, after a short
stay with friends In tho cltj.
The pupils of Mrs. Am' L. Ormsby
entertained a number of their friends
New Tear's Eve at Donohue's Hall, 3H
Fenns)lanla Avenue Southeast. Be
neath festoons of bright red paper,
Christmas bells, and lavish decorations
of ferns, the gay dancers reveled and
made merry the death of the old 3 ear.
nnd welcomed Into history the birth of
the new. Between the dancing, refresh
ments were served, and the joyous spirit
of Chrtstmastide reigned supreme. Among
those present were the Misses Audrey
Harvey. Marion Richardscn. Marie Duff,
May Whlttaker. Mildred Smith. Stella
Harrison. Ruth Hughes, Bernlce Cal
houn, Edith Walters, Miriam Terkes,
Helen Burkart, Bonnie Watts, Alice
Soper. Edna Stahl, May Little, and Mrs
McMillan; the Messrs. Jacob, Ryan, Gul
liford, Babcock. Vanderwerber. Maurell.
Hlnes. Ferguson, Cowe, Coombes. Buck-
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MISS AGRA BENNETT,
Dnn&litrr of Mm. Lonis Bennett, of West Vlrarlnla, nbo mi presented
at the Conrt of St, Jantra shortly nfter the- coronation of Kins; Geonre.
Ington Rldlnc and Hunt Club was
great success. Thn future belles and
beaux of Washington society proved
tnemseives skiiiiuI and daring riders.
There were potato races, racing for
stalls, and "Jeu de barre," a French
Miss Helen McLanahan. Master Duer
McLanahan, and -Master Henri de Slbour
?,er' IS'sh4s' yram Etahl and GardTO-' Donaldson an.d Master Henri de Slbour
were me winners at riding for stalls,
and at "Jeu de barre" Miss Isabel Pell,
Master John Pell, and Miss Ruth Don
aldson were expert enough to win.
Mrs E. E. Richardson. Mrs. Grenvllle
Whlttaker, Mr. Rnd Mrs. Richardson,
and Mrs. Amy L. Ormsby.
The young ladles of the Winnie Davis
Chapter, IT. D. C. have sent out Invi
tations for a card tournament on Jan
uary 10 Miss Nannie Randolph Heth
will preside at the table. The pat
ronesses are Mrs. Marion Butler, Mrs.
W. T. Raggett, Mrs. Louis Bennett. Mrs.
S S. Belt. Mrs. Kate Kearney Henry.
Mrs Nannie Randolph Heth. Mrs. Drury
C Ludlow, Mrs. D. U. Fletcher, Mrs.
Sally Mackall. Mrs Edwin Lee Morgan,
Mrs C Wlllson, Mrs. Short Adams Wil
lis, Mrs. George T. Vaughan.
Miss Helen Rosenberg, who has been
the house guest of Mr. and Vn Mnr.
ton Luchs. of Connecticut Avenue, has
reiurnea to jier nome In Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. William Hahn and daughter. sti
Rae Hahn and Miss Beatrice Hahn. sail
-Monday January 6, from abroad, where
tney nave been the past four months.
Miss Claudia Jackson has returned to
college in Syracuse. N T after sDend
lng the holidays In the city with her
Mrs Perry Belmont entertained at
large luncheon jesterday at her resi
dence in Aew Hampshire Avenue.
Mrs Brjce entertained informally at
luncheon jesterday for her guests. Lady
loerneen ana Jils violet Asqulth.
Miss Esther Denny, daughter of Col
Frank Dennj. U. S. M a, and Mrs.
Denny, Is visiting Miss Alice Vandergrift.
Mrs. Mary A O DclL who has been
confined In a hospital In Baltimore for
six weeks as a result of an accident,
was brought to Washington jesterday
and It at the Sibly Hospital.
Miss Sara Koenigsberger, of Belmont
Street, has returned to the city, after
spending two weeks with relatives In
Miss Lcona Stern, of Norfolk, has re
turned to her home, after a short visit
to relatives in the cltj.
Mrs Ansley. of Missouri, will not re
ceive to-morrow, but will be at home on
January 13, with the Congressional ladles
at the DriscolL
Col Selden Allen Daj-. U. S. A., and
Mrs. Day. will be at home informally
Sunday afternoons In January and Feb
ruary. Mr and Mrs. Samuel Kallsher. of 132
Clifton Street, are at home to their
The "children's drill ' held yesterday
morning at tho riding hall of the Wash-
Miss Ray Cohen, who has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Maurice Rosen
berg, of Blltmore Street, has returned
to her home In Columbus, Ohio.
Mr. Sylvan Grosner, of Massachusetts
Avenue, returns to-morrow to Ann Arbor
Mich., where he is a student.
Mrs. John H. Stevens, of Texas., will
not receive to-morrow, but will be at
home on January 13.
The Congressional ladles at the Drls-
coll will receive Monday afternoon, Jan
Miss Lorraine Sommers has returned
to the city after a ten-day stay with
friends In Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Mejer, who were
recently married In Savannah, Ga , spent
some time with friends In the city, and
left the latter part of the week for Nor
folk. Va . where they will make their
Mrs. Blount, of the Oaks, will receive
next Thursday and the following Thurs
Mrs, Wallace Radcllffe will receive
to-morrow afternoon, and every Mon
day afternoon throughout the season.
Mrs. C Albert White gave a delight
ful reception yesterday afternoon from
4 to 6 o'clock at her apartment in the
Northumberland in honor of the dele
gates of the District section to the
Woman's National Democratic League,
"Which holds a convention In ashing
ton this week.
Tho rooms were beautifully decorated
with palms, ferns, pink carnations, and
narcissus. Delicious defreshments were
served during the afternoon.
Among the forty or more distinguished
guests were Mrs Ann Hamilton Pllxer.
sister of Mrs. Champ Clark; Mrs. Mor
ton, and Mrs. Hancock.
Miss Dorothy Stelfel has returned to
the city from a short trip to relatives In
Miss Mildred Blout. of New Tork, la
the guest of Miss Natale Majer.
Mr. Jerome FIschel has left for La
fayette College, where he is a student.
after a short visit to his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. FlscheL
Mrs. Charles Carroll, of Carrollton,
will sail the latter part of this month
for Egjpt, where she will spend the
late winter, and will be Joined In March
by Mr. Carroll. Their son. Mr. Charles
Bancroft Carroll, Jr. will remain i
Doughoregan Manor during the spring.
Rev. and Mrs. Austin entertained the
members of the choir of All Saints'
Church on Thursday evening Miss Allen
gave a violin solo and vocal solos were
given by Miss Bogan. Miss Lewis. Miss
Polklnhorn, and Mr. Taylor. Among
those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Alex
ander. Mr. and Mrs Newbold, Mr. and
Mrs. John Weaver. Dr. and Mrs. Hamll
ton. Mrs. Padgett. Mrs. May. Mrs. Tay
lor, Mrs. Dessex. Mrs. Stratton. Miss Mc-
Cubbln, Miss Dessez. and Miss Austin.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Thomas Dunlap have
closed their pretty home at Chevy Chase
Lake, and will be for the winter at 1310
Miss Hamilton who has been spending
some time with her uncle and aunt. Dr.
and Mrs. William Hamilton, left on
Monday to Annapolis for a short visit
before returning to her home In Pennsyl
Mr. Raymond Shoemaker, a Cornell
Student. Who Is th- e-ueat of his narenta.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. E. Shoemaker, will re
turn to Cornell on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Domer enter
tained at a birthday dance on Monday
evening for their son. Mr. Wilson D. I.
Domer. The guests, who numbered about
sixty, were girls and boys home for the
holidays. Mrs. Domer. Mrs Paul Smith.
Mrs. Elmer E. Cum, Mrs. II. C Grove,
and Mrs. Elmer E. Paine were the chap
erons, A buffet supper was served about
Miss Eleanor Garner had a few of her
friends In on Friday evening for cards
Dr. and Mrs. James Armltage Emery
have had as their guest Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Burrough and son. of Roland
Park, Baltimore, and Miss Laura Tracy.
Thursday Dr and Mrs. Emery enter
tained at dinner. Covers were laid for
fourteen The decorations were pink,
white and gold.
Miss Mildred Shoemaker was hostess at
a dance on Friday evening. About fif
teen couple enjojed the evening, the
house looking most attractive with
Christmas decorations. After supper
at 10.30, dancing was resumed until a
Mrs. Eugene E. Stevens and Mrs. I.
E. Shoemaker chaperoned a number of
young people on New Tear's Eve at a
dance given In the library, which was
prettily decorated with flags, holly, and
evergreens. Those giving 'he dance were
Miss Doris Eonneman, Miss Margaret
Devereux, Miss Joan Farrar, Miss Mil
dred Shoemaker, Mr. Bruce Malcolm, and
Mr. Joseph Devereux. About eighteen
couple enjojed the dancing.
Bogley rendered several
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contains the finest grades of imported and
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Mr. and Mrs. Williams Balch William
son announce the engagement of their
daughter Gertrude to Mr. Walter H.
Robertson, of Warrenton, Va
The Misses Du Rose entertained at a
prettily appointed tea New Tear's after
noon. Miss Gertrude Williamson served
punch, Mrs. Tom Bradley served frappe.
Miss Wider Luclna Davis will entertain
t "S00" on January 11 at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Henry F. Blount haa returned
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. White,
m J-ietroit, Alien.
Miss Cornelia Ellis, of Shawsrllle, Va..
and Miss Ellrabeth Beale. of Boston,
Mass., who have been the guests of the
Misses Radford, have left for their
Mrs. Frank S. Hlght will be at home
Informally the remaining Thursdays In
Miss Elizabeth Lacy, who spent the
nonaays in Winchester, haa returned
Mr. Harry Glover, of Mobile, Ala., left
yesterday. Mr. Glover was the guest of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William T.
Mrs. Harmon Holrelth has Issued In
vitations for a tea Thursdav. Januarr
8 from to 7-ln honor of her niece. Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Albion K. Parris have
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Juliet, and Mr. Theodore GUI,
The wedding will take place Saturday.
January 18,. and will be a very quiet one.
Mrs. John C. Konedrup entertained at
bridge Friday evening for her slster-ln-taw,
Mrs. William Moore Stilwell, of
New Rochelle. N. T.
Mr. J. B. 'afcCullock, of Petersburg,
Va.. Is the guest "of his daughter, Mrs.
8 Kearney Radford.
Mr. Charles Crcpleyspent the week-end
with his sister, Mrs. Tom Wood, in Wil
Rer. and Mrs Walter Wllllama hv
returned from a visit to 'Poolesville, Md.
Dr. and Mrs. Youor arA Ksb fMm
a visit In Maryland,
Mr. and Mrs. William Abbott celebrat
ed the twenty-fifth annlrersltv of their
marriage New Teax'a Eve. Miss Leila
Me of AH SThosa Endearing Toung
Chirms," VI Love YouJrTruer.',Aro
Perfect Day," "and "The Oreole'T-ova
SoAsr." were much enjoyed. Mrs. X
William Bogley aocomplanled her daugh
ter. Miss Ethle Diilln gave a piano soio.
Mrs. Stevenson, who haa been the
guest of her mother, Mrs. Marbery, has
returned o Winchester, Va.
Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Bowie and little
daughter, who hay been the guests of
Mrs. Forest Dodge, hare returned to'
their home In -Maryland.
Mrs. P. L. Wormiey. who has been visit-,
ink her son and daughter-la-law, Mr
and Mrs. P. L. Wormiey, Jr., has left
for a visit to Richmond, Va.
Mr. Robbln Radford, who has been a
guest at his home. left on Friday for
Buffalo, N. T.
Mrs. W. H. Rohrer and Miss Rohrer
will be at home on Tuesday afternoons,
January 7 and ZL '
The Misses Darcey gave a dance last
Monday evening. "Favors were given with
several of the dances. Amonr those ear
Joying the dancing were Miss Elsie Tost,'1
Miss Marguerite Miller, Miss .Edna
Turnburke, Miss PaJley, Miss Leeek.
Miss Summy, Miss Burkette, Miss Leila
Bogley. Miss Mabel and Louise Darcey.
Mr. HlUeary Offutt. Mr. Frank Pierce,
Mr. James Dulln. Jr.: -Mr. Marvin Young,
Mr. Robert Young, Mr.j George Poole, Df.
George Calver, Mr. James Darcey, Mr.
Wood, and Mr. Summy.
Miss Frances 8klnner returned to the
Columbia University, on Monday, after
spending the holldajs with her parents.
Mrs. Hattener entertained the Friend
ship Heights Card Club last Friday even
Mr. James Dulln, Jr., entertained the
"Outsiders' Club," at his home on Sat
Miss Esther Bogley was hostess at
a luncheon on Saturday for a number of
her Western High chool friends.
Mrs. Kemp Edmonston entertained her
Five-hundred Club on Thursday evening,
after supper dancing was enjoyed.
Invitations are out for a reception to
be given on Thursday. January 9, from
8 to 10 o'clock, at the rectory of Christ
Church, the occasion being tho tenth
wedding anniversary of Rev. and Mrs.
James H. W. Blake.
Mr. Mitchell King has left for Louis
ville, Ky- where he will visit before go
ing to his home In Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferris, parents of Capt
Ferris, have Joined him at Fort Myer.
Mrs. W. H. Moses entertained at the
New Wlllard in honor of her son and
daughter-in-law. Ensign and Mrs. Moses,
who have Just returned from their wed
ding trip and are en route toNorfolk.
Va, where Mr. Moies is stationed.
Mrs. Charles G. Smith has returned
from a visit to J.he Norfolk Navy Tard.
Miss Florence May Raphe!, of Marj
land. has been the house guest of Miss
Mr. Ralph Gwynn. of Pittsburg, was
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. William C.
uwynn during the holldajs.
Capt James W. Pettj. of the Twentieth
Infantry. ho has been detailed as ma
jor, commanding a battalion of Philip
pine Scouts, left Friday for San Fran
Cisco, where he will sail on the Logan
January 5 for Manila.
Mr. Krumbagh, of Dresden, spent the
holidays as the guest of Mr. Tom Klb
ler. Dr. Frank Lelghton Day, Ph. D,
also was a guest. Dr. Day was here
attending the convenUon of the Anthro
Mrs. Mary M. Harrison entertained at
dinner Friday evening. The table was
beautifully decorated with red carnations
and the place cards were red Among
her guests were Mrs. Hill. Capt. Ferris.
and Lieut. Dickey.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rufus Moore,
who were here for the Moses-King wed
ding, have returned to their home In
Charlotte. N. C.
Mrs. Bates Warren, of Cleveland Park,
who has been visiting in New Tork and
Philadelphia, has returned to her home.
Mrs. John Hughes Bell, of Cleveland
Park, Is home again after a delightful
visit to New Tork.
Mrs. D. L. Poore gave a party Monday
evening for her daughter, Gladys. Those
present were the Misses Sue Hanes,
Leila Hanes. Margaret Carroll, Cathe
rine Fuller, Sarah Barr, Louise Beall.
Catherine Ajers, and Teresa Poore.
Messrs. WesUey Beach. Cleo Horman,
Robert Galleher, Ralph Poore, Thomas
Entwlsle, Raymond Tolson. Russell How
ard, George Custard, and Eugene Poore.
Mrs. A. Ager and Mrs Canada.
Wednesday evening Miss Sarah Ethel
Smith, became the bride of Mr. Elliott
Bennett Field, of Detroit. Mich. Rev
William Edward Callender. rector of
Trinity Chapel, performed the ceremonj'.
Mr. Fulton Karr presided at the organ.
The wedding gown was white satin
charroeuse with lace veil caught with
lilies of the vallej She carried a show
er bouquet of vorchlds and lilies of the
valley. Mrs. Alfred Qunthall, of New
Tork. a bride of November, was matron
of horor. She wore pink charmeuse and
carried an armful of radiant roses. Miss
Catherine Altemus was flower gtrL The
best man was Mr. Harry Weber, of
Detroit. The ushers were Mr. James
Vinton Smith, brother of the bride, and
Mr. Henry Wilson Pettj-, brother-In-iaw.
The church was decorated with
palms. Southern smllax, and cut flowers.
Following the ceremony a reception was
held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry W. Smith, parents of the bride.
Among the out of. town guests were the
mother and sister of the bridegroom.
The bride's golng-away gown was a
tailored suit of black velvet with pic
ture hat to match. Their home will be
in Detriot. Mich.
Miss Margaret Harrison spent sevcal
days with her grandfather Mr. D. O.
Munion, of Munson Hill, Va.
Miss Ruth Eliza Rucker and Miss
Clara Rucker. who have been the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Parks Rucker, at their
home in Charlotte? N. C, have returned
to the city.
Mrs. M. J. Barron entertained the Six
teen New Tear's Eve Club at dinner. In
the center of the table was a moss-covered
well Oiled with souvenirs for the guests.
Each article was Ued with different color
ed ribbon. The sealed envelope at each
plate contained va Jingle. Place cards
were hearts, worlds, pallettes, shoes, au
tomobiles. The table was beautifully
decorated in red and green. The regular
members were present.
Dr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Byrnes' home.
In R Street, was the scene of a pretty
debutante dance last evening in honor
of Miss Frances Carpenter, Miss Elolse
Orme, and Miss Dorothy Talcott. Dr.
and Mrs. Byrnes were- assisted In re
ceiving by Mr.' and Mrs. Frank G, Car
penter, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Orme,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Talcott, and Mrs.
George Cooper, sister of the hostess, and
Miss Helen Cooper. Mrs. Byrnes was
handsomely gowned In pink satis. At
midnight a supper was served.
Miss Emily tGraves entertained Thurs
day at bridge for Mrs. David Greenlees,
who has been the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cragln. Mrs:
Greenless leaves to-day for her home in
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09 TQ H4 ELEVENTH 5Tfc.ftB
Embracing Our Entire Stock of'
$75,000 Worth of
" FURS AND FUR COATS
At Great Reductions
The Most Phenomenal Opportunities
Ever Offered In High-class Merchandise
It is our inflexible policy to start each season with a brand-new
stocktherefore we adopt this stringent method of disposing of
all winter goods. The savings quoted are actual and authentic
Tailored SllitS Reduced Prices.
Tailored Suits Formerly sold to $30.00. $ 15.00
Tailored Suits Formerly sold to $38.00. $ 1 8.00
Dressy Suits Formerly sold to $50.00. $25.00
Fancy Suits Formerly sold to $90.00. $45.00
Coats Reduced Prices.
Assorted Street Coats Formerly sold to $15.00. $7.50
Chinchilla and Boucle Coats. Formerly sold to $30.00. $15.00
Black Broadcloth Coats Formerly sold to $28 00. $17.50
Sealette CoatS Formerly sold to $4500. $25.00
Evening yraps Formerly sold to $75.00. $35.00
Gowns and Dresses Reduced Prices.
Street Dresses .Formerly sold to $22.00.
Afternoon Dresses Formerly sold to $35.00.
Dancing Frocks. . . ." Formerly sold to $4500.
Evening Dresses Formerly sold to $65.00.
Decollete Dresses. ...J.. Formerly sold to $95.00.
Mrs. T. ,A. Johniton has returned from
a visit to her sister In Damford, Conn
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnston, who
are spending the 'winter in Baltimore,
visited relatives here during the holi
days. Miss Alice Wallach. daughter of Mrs.
Tttchard L Wallach, of Montgomery
Street, and Mr. William Macgregor were!
marnea xuesaay (vcning at 01. rainca s
44 -M"&e 4$"M$0W-X
Fur CoatS and Furs Reduced Prices.
$50.00 Black PonysHn Coats $2$&o
$85.00 Mink Marmot Coats $62.50
$85.00 Baltic Seal Coats -- $62.50
$85.00 Wholcskin Caracul Coats $62.50
$90.00 Brown Ponyskin Coats $6900
$150.00 Sable Squirrel Coats ... $9800
$15000 XXX Hudson Seal Coats .-.$115.00
$7500 Cross Fox Sets $450o
$65.00 -skin Pointed Fox Sets ,. $40.00
$50.00 6-skin Natural Raccoon Sets $3S-
$40.00 Hudson Mole Sets $25.00
$30.00 Blue Wolf Sets $20.00
$30.00 Natural Wolf Sets $2000
rectory in Washington. Only the imme
diate members of the families being
present Rev. Father Mackall. former
rector of Bt. Mary's Church, officiated.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Federllne. of
Frederick, spent the holidays with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. jeaerune.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright, of Baltimore,
have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Rosalind Curtln haa returned
from a visit to Annapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lanahan spent
the holidays with relaUves.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarkson, of Mt. Wash
ington, visited In Laurel Wednesday.
The Christmas celebration of St. Phil
ip's Sunday School was held .in the
church Friday t afternoon.
Miss Sarah Billiard, of Washington,
was tbo guest of the Misses Kennedy
at the Maples during ahe holidays.
Miss Scott, of Richmond. Is the guest
of Miss Ethel Gwynne.
Miss Christian, of Baltimore, who has
been visiting here, has returned home.
Miss Henrietta Dyer, of Washington.
Is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Harry
Miss Ida Waring has been visiting her
broAer, Mr, John Waring, in George
Mrs. R. R- RIggles Juus been visiting
her children, in Washington during the
current week. , . . . , .
Mr. Warren Heap and son. of Wash
ington, have been visiting friends near
Miss Mabel E. Clcwell. of Washington.
has been vUltlnc the Misses Nettle and
Julia Hardesty at, SeaBrook. .
Mr. and Airs. Wade Fowler, of Wash
ington, have been visiting the Iatter'a
sister, Mrs- David C.".SerrIn.
Miss Eleanor Smith, who nas been the
her mother for the holidays. She sang
several operatic arias and songs with
brilliancy and feeling. Uerr de Cotrei
Wolffungen also contributed several
'vocal numbers to the programme.
A number of the students from the
Cathollo University, who remained here
for the holidays, entertained at an In
formal dance on Monday evening. Mrs.
Emily B. Woodward chaperoned the
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Aid rich, or Irving
Street, were hosts at a largely attended
reception on New Tears from 3 to 7.
The hostess "was assisted by her young
daughter. Miss Catherine Aldrich. and
Miss Louise Ryan. The parlors and
dining-room were decorated with Christ
mas greens. A delightful musical pro
gramme was rendered during the after
noon and a buffet supper served.
Piano solos were enjoyed from Louis
A. Potter. Jr.. and Miss Gertrude
Schwannecke. while Miss Lillian MUo-
vlch entertained the company with selec-.
Uons on the violin. The accompaniments
were played by Miss Schwannecke and
Mr. Potter. After the programme the
guests were served with refreshments.
Miss BetUe Johnson, who spent the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jere Johnson, at their home, "Rldgley."
has returned to Smith College.
The Misses Mary and Elizabeth Ken
nedy, of Laurel, haa returned to their
home, after a visit to Miss Emily Het
flcld. Miss Marie Woodward Is visiting in
Mlss Mollie Monaghan. who has been
the guest of Miss Octavla Woodward,
has returned to her home In Bayonne.
Mr. Bushrood Washington, who came
on for the wedding of bis daughter, has
returned to Harrlsburg. Pa., to complete
some unfinished work.
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some!Srsrrwciarthould have it. sad learn to Wat Mr ! Theawhmthedwtoreayij
In Berwyn. Md. 1 Manse. . . . -jni.ai
A delightful muslcale was given last-L-ninS????8?"!?.?"
week at the homo of Mrs. Franklin T. sfstson Jrt'JiesT;
Howe, which savored of the festival sea- the bookV TTrBo today, asyonaay aoe aestUi offer again. .Address
S. STJ .rS! 'i'rff'X.lK MRS. M. tUMMER-Ttox H Hotro,Dam-, rK....U..A.
Miss Mary Helen Howe, who la visiting