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rlTH the openlhff of Hie opera seaabn to-
night, society will fftrmatly Inaugurate Its
ind of winter gaiety, for although heretofore
an, dinners and dances Innumerable have been
fen. they have been limited largely to the
butitnto set, the older aet reserving their
airs until the winter Is well under Way. And
Hhe little buds themselves the occasion will
ftt gala one, for few of them have had the
tenement of on evening at the opera with
the accompanying supperB or dances.
RSo tonlRhti when tho curtains come together
stiiT tho tights go up at the end of the second
let, there will be a general scurrying on tho
part of the boxholders toward tho promenade
I at the back of tho grand tier of boxes, ahd for
k delightful, entrancing quarter of nn hour
greetings will bo exchanged and comments made
von anything and everything.
Mr. and Mrs, Rodman Wanamnker, who have
taken a box for the ensuing season, will en
tertaln tonight In honor of their ilobutanto
daughter, Miss Mario Louise Wanamakor.
Among those who will entertain In their
boxes will bo Mrs. Alexander Brlnton Coxc,
who will have as her guests Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Brlnton Coxe, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 8.
"W. Packard and Judge Hobort Italston.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Stotcsbury will on-
I tertaln Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hollrnan nnd Eton
Cromwell, Mr, and Mrs. Thomas McKean will
have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Kelso
Cassatt and Mr. and Mrs. John Sergeant Now
bold. In tho Thomas Do Witt Cuylcr bo: will bo
Mr. and 'Mrs. Cuylcr, Mr, and Mrs. Alexander
W, Blddle, Miss Mary Cuyler nnd Dr. Itobert
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Custls Harrison will
entertain a family party, Including Mr. and
Mrs. C. Emory McMlchael, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward K. Ron land and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Custls Hnrrlson, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs Richard AValn Vaux, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. George
Wharton Pepper will bo tho guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs. John Frederick Lewis.
In tho Samuel F. Houston box will bo Miss
Margaret C. Houston, who will havo os her
guests Miss Gertrude II. Henry, Mr. and Mrs.
Norman S. Mackle, Charles Blddle and Ed-
I Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Thayer will entertain,
I In honor of their daughtor. Miss Emily Markoe
I J Thayer. Their other guests will bo Miss Prls-
ciua uonicn, wuuam west iTnzior, uctanuer
D. Thayer, Russell Thayer and Charles S.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. C. Droxol will havo
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Denckla Mills, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Learning Montgomery, Dr. Charles D.
Hart and Livingston Ludlow Blddle.
Mrs. Walter T. Balrd, of Brooknoll, Merlon,
will give a matinee theatre party on Wedncs-
y afternoon. December 9, In honor of Miss
Ico Chapman Thompson, ddughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Chapman Thompson, and Miss
Jean Newbold Thompson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Thompson. Tho guests w ill bo of
tho debutante set, and will Include CMIss Edith
H. Bally, Miss Louisa' Gibbons Davis, Miss
Mary E. Clayton, Miss Trances Tyson, Miss
Elizabeth E. Wlster, Miss Hansell French
Earle, Miss Lucia Allco Warden, Miss Hope
McMlchael, Miss Virginia RobeVts and Miss
Frances L. Stoughton.
Mrs. John Bromley, of Wayno nvenuo and
Hortter street, entertained yesterday in honor
of Miss Mildred Jack. Tho affair was a bridge
party, and the guests included Miss Ruth
Elsenhower, Miss Beatrice Flood, Miss Theo
dora Jellett, Miss Josephine Heron, Miss Edith
Cochnln, Miss Dorothy Cochran, Miss Helen
Gormley. Miss Marie Starr, Miss Eleanor Ed
monds, Miss Mildred Hughes, Miss Elizabeth
Latta, Miss Elinor Flood, Miss Helen Asbury,
Miss Frances Buck, Miss Gladys Paine.
Mrs. Edward F. Henson, of Wlssahlckon
avenue and Manhclm street, will give a bridge
party this afternoon In honor of her two nieces.
Miss Eleanor Wunder and Miss Margaret
Burton. The guests will Include. Miss Grace
Brewster, Miss Elizabeth Brewster, Miss Mar
garet Perot, Miss Josephine Reeves, MIsa
Marlon Button Miss Dorothy Marshall, Miss
Ruth Marshall, Miss Mario Starr, Miss Sophie
Blspham, Miss Margaretta Bispham, Miss Deb
orah Seal, Miss Nancy Smyth, Miss Josephine
Hooper, Miss Helen Betz, Miss Mary Bonner
Danjel. Miss Margaret La Rue, Miss Judith
' tJennlngs, Miss Emily Crowder.
J Mr. and Mrs. William J. Clothier, who have
upent the last few days In New York, will re
turn, to their home this week,
Mr. and Mrs, Augusto F. Pulldo and their
son, who have been living for the past three
years In Paris, will arrive In this country De
cember 10, They have taken apartments at
the St. James-for the nter. Mrs. Pulldo
was formerly Miss RpspUd Betz of this city.
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
Mzniox A. bridge club, composed chiefly of
prominent Main Line residents, meets every
ther Friday at the different members' homes.
Those belonging to It are Mr. and Mrs. Ljwts
August Belmont, f I.atchoB lane, who last en
tertalned the club; Mr and Mrs, William II.
Wonamalier, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Croft,
Mr. ahd Mrs. Thomas Patton, Mr. and Mrs,
Walter1 Bailey, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Voorhees,
Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder, Mr. and Mrs.
William Glenn and Mrc and Mrs. Frank Schaper
kotter. nakbestii -Owing 1a tile shortngss of the
winter afternoons Mr, and Mrs. Perclval Rob
erts. Jr. will not be at liorae Sunday after
noons again until early spring. As these Sun
day afternoons pf Jfr. and Mrs. Roberts are
always sueh delightful affairs, soalety can. look
forward with much pleasure tq tyejr resumption
during the spring days, when Fwhurst, their
wonderful estate at Hartwttj, wfll look een
more beautiful than during the wletw months.
Mrs Harry Wyckoff, of Washington, P. O,
who has been visiting hu oousln, Mrs. Braest
A Sterling, of Narbertb avenue. rturntd home
KOSEMONT-Tbwnas MtKeaa had as a guwt
last week A. J. du Popt, of Wilmington,
Mr and Mrs. R, W. Daniels have returned to
their hoim, aer visiting friends In Sfc.
Mrs Francis Uoward WilUaw has wtjr
ggiti4 h Army atul Navy HUf SocUty
"" " wioUr ta tfee Bit ajut twos
JuW Tiur4y mqrmtaga, Ttw a4t
v,..i nt atna at tius Uni f th .it-,-
flood,, when It did admirable work, and also at
the tlmo of tho Spanish-American War. The
members are concentrating all their energies for
the relfef of the Belgian sufferers.
Mrs. Edward Fell Lukens, of 147 West School
house lone, will entertain at cards this after
noon, In honor of her guest, Mrs. Charles
Francis Ac"Ams, bf New York. Mrs. 'Lukens
gave a luncheon of 14 covers, followed by bridge,
jesterdfty nltcrnoon, for Mrs. Adams. Pink rose
buds formed the docoratlons, and the guests
wero Mrs. Alexander Do Haven, Mrs. Charles
Mende, Mrs. Henry Rogers Swope, Mrs. Edward
NewtOn Hartg, Mrs. II. H," Cooke, Mrs. James
A. Aull, Jr., Mrs. Jesse Hnmlllon Ambler, Mrs.
Henry Eaton, Mrs. Andrew V, Brown, Mrs.
Ualnbrldgo, Mrs. I.. Curtis, Mrs Jame-j Mc
Allister, Mrs. Walter Walls and Miss Anna
Mrs; Edward Norman will entertain at dinner
at the Manufacturers' Club tonight In honor of
Mrs. Adnms, who will return to New York to
morrow, Mr. and Mrs. George Grler Allison will return
.Wednesday from Boston, accompanied by their
daughter, Mrs. William Hendro Lloyd, who has
recently undergone an operation for appendici
tis. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd will spend tho holidays
with Mr. and Mrs. Allison.
Mrs. William W. Adams, of Navahoe nve
nuo npd Mermaid lane, has as her guest her
sister, Miss Maudo Shattuck, of Boston. Mrs.
Adami will spend Thanksgiving Day In New
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Patterson, of 7101
Chew street, are at present In Atlantic City.
Mr. Patterson Is rapidly recovering from a re
Miss Eleanor Moyn nnd MIsa Marlon Moyn,
of Graver's lane, will have as their guests Miss
M. Hutchinson nnd Mrs. Horace Hutchinson, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., over tho Thanksgiving holi
days. WEST PHILADELPHIA
Miss Mildred Dallas, of 4019 Baring street,
will give a luncheon today In honor of MIsa
Ancta Jones, of Chester, who Is visiting her.
Among the guests will be Miss Elizabeth II.
Voorhes, MIsa Adele Bartram.Wcst, Miss Janet
Heath, Miss Frances Hughes, MIsb Doris Mc
Cnnn, Miss Ethel Clark. Miss Louise Soulas.
Miss Erwyn R. Whltaker.
Mrs T. V. Bolan. of 32J Preston street, has
ns hor guest her sister, Mrs Fr Wlllard Wood,
of Nicholas, Pa. Mrs. Wood has taken a house
nt 253 South 21st street and will occupy It about
The Saturday afternoon Bridge Club of West
Philadelphia will give a charity bridgo and TOO
at Hamilton Court, Saturday, November 28,
for the Christmas fund of the poor of Phila
delphia. The members of the club are Miss Hilda
Oallcgher, Miss Mary Dohan, Miss Ella Ryan,
Miss Mary Devlne, Miss Florence Loughlln,
Miss Lucille Bowc, Miss Rosa Bowe, Miss
Kiln Conner, Miss Maria Kelly, Miss Martina
Kelly, Miss Mary Loughlln, Miss Marie Mc
Mnnus, Miss Teresa McNulty, Miss Agnes
Ryan, Miss Helen Shields and Mrs. Charles E.
At the fifth annual dinner of the men of Trin
ity Lutheran Church on December 3 the guest
of honor will be the pastor emeritus, Rov. S.
A. K. Francis, who celebrated his golden Jubi
lee as pastor several weeks ago. The dinner
will bo a very fine affair and covers will be
laid for about 00. The committee In charge,
most of whom are well-known South Phlla
delphlans, Include 'the following: Dr. John E.
Scheld, Burton C. Simon, John P. Brooks,
Peter H. Brower. J. Milton Deck, William
Williams, Horace B. Simon, Dald H. Simon,
Edward Carre, Henry Shetzltne, Jacob Frank,
V. W. Storch, H. T. Whitehead, George D.
Simon, George W. Shlssler, William E. Myers,
Charles A, Shetzllne, Charles H, Shetzllne,
Harry M, Shetzllne, Charles Shelter, Robert A.
Hlmeback and Charles Hauser.
Miss Agnes Mohan and Miss Marje Mohan
entertained tho members of their 600 club last
evening (Monday) at their home, 1527 Rltner
street. Tho game was followed by a buffet
luncheon. Their guests were Miss .Margaret
Farrell, Miss Isabel Drumraond, Miss Sara
Love, Miss Anna Mohan, and Messrs. Thomas
Robinson, Lawrence Carlin. Frank Schmucke,
Walter Jackson and William J. Kane. This
is the first meeting of the season, and others
are to follow every week at the homes of
Miss Ella Mae Young will entertain the
members of her "bridge" club tomorrow after
noon at her home, 1316 South Broad street. A
buffet luncheon will follow the game. Her
guests will Include Mrs. George W, Shlsler,
Mrs. Thomas Simmons, Mrs. Harry Everllne,
Mrs. Harry Husley, of Stone Harbor; Miss
Dalsoy Wilson, Mrs. Richards, of Newport;
Mrs. Knerr, Mrs. ,F. B, Stockley, Mrs. F. 8.
Parks, Sirs. David McCoach, Jr., and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Warnbold have returned
frqm their extended wedding trip and are now
the guests of Dr and Mrs, J. Franklin Meade,
of 2S2S North Broad street, while their new
home on Wyoming avenue, Logan, Is being
completed. Mrs, Warnbold, until her maniagi)
In October, was Miss Helen James Meade; the
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J, Franklin Meade,
' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Young, Jr., of Mount
Carmel, Pa., are being congratulated on the
kblrth of a daughter, born November it. Mrs,
young was formerly Miss Alice O'Boyle, of 367
North ?Sth Btreet.
Mr. and Mrs, DMrles A, Carey, of 2S07 Dia
mond street, spent the week-end at their cot
tage. In Oeean City. (
MhM Bernadstte Goman, of 17) North lfth
street. Is In Washington visiting her slsjer,
Mrs. John Cojjway. ,
MUsHelsa Brown entertained at earda
last AnlM at her hpme, 2040 North th
Gtret Her guests will be Miss Bdltn Lar
zalwe. MIsa Gladys De Camp, Miss Mary
Wilkinson, Miss Helen 'Millard. Miss pearl
Wastcott. Neville D Camp, Na,tbn!l Watson,
Stanley Vanderitieo. Jafc FtHin. Walter
Mutor and Ray fceott
Mr and Mrs- J$ti Ttwuna of 72 Nrtn
Bread mrt. f$v mvw lotewwl Hg epls,
(mi BsfvrHr nlttbt la IwnVr ot Mr. and Mas.
JIISS ELANORE IlISPIIAM
Misi Bitpham is the daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Samuel BispUam.
tea early in the month.
Miss Roberta Brown Downing Will Make Ilcr
Debut at a Tea Today.
One of the largest dancing teas of tho season
wilt be given this afternoon when Mrs Robert
W. Downing will present her daughter, Ml si
Roberta Brown Downing, nt her home, 1G24
Tho handsome rooms of the largo house aro
nrranged with numerous palms, forns and chry
santhemums. Smllax Is twined about tho ban
isters of the stairway and every nook and
corner Is filled with the flowers sent to the
charming little debutante.
Miss Downing will wear a lovely frock of
whito satin and tulle, which Is mado with tho
long basque bodice and outstanding tunic A
number of tho debutantes will assist Miss
Downing In receiving. They will Include Miss
Hansell F. Earlo, MIsa Margaret H. Burton,
Miss Anna Mary Walthour, Miss Ethel
Hastings, Miss Inez Drayton, Miss Cordelia
Blddle, Miss Huberta Potter. Miss Katharlno Z.
Ogden, Miss Katharine Tenney, Miss Dorothea
Oberteuffer, Mlis Elinor Judd Boan, Miss Ruth
Mann, Miss Marjorle H. Mann, Miss Elizabeth
Custls Yardley, MIsb Charlotte Fahnestock,
Miss Ariean Miller, Miss Edith Grade, Washing
ton; Miss Hope Malcolm, New York; Miss Julia
Potter, New York, and Miss Prlscllla Beachum,
A theatre party will be given for tho receiv
ing party and additional guests.
Mrs. Alexander P. Robinson gave a debutante
luncheon at her home in Chestnut Hill in honor
of her daughter, Miss Helena Robinson.
In the evening Mr. and Mrs. William Dlsston
will give n large theatre party In honor of their
debutante daughter. Miss Paulino Dlsston, who
will make her formal debut at a dance to be
given at the Bellevue-Strntford January 20.
The guests tonight will number about 70. They
wll bo entertained at supper at the Bellevue
Stratford after the theatre.
Miss Victoria Hays, oj Germantown, was the
week-end guest of Miss Cecil Ryan, of La
James H. Walton, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
George T. Walton, of Shadeland avenue. Is III
In the American Hospital, 1812 Wallace street
Meanwhile, it transpires, Mamma hears
And for just a second she loses her poise,
She wonders if she, too, is listening to
Wei mi out she is, but not those
of full moona. '
The street was quite empty and all she
could sight . y '
Tffts the glare on the conier-from electric
So she called to theiight and said: "Will
Come into my house,when I throw you
After waiting much time a policeman
He was very mueh moved by the tale
that he heard,
So he piaked tip the keys quof f opened
And he started right off the house to
Now, her slumbere afe troubled by
80m$th.in0 or otm
She awake with a start, ami there
stands her mother.
She w't be mk, far at her parmt?
Ximfe Mm uniform, VfUh samdhady
wutsfnup 1 v .-it
fyf&iir WRITE of a maul who cavie home fijWjf fwnl
TltWnk Where she'd reigned as a belle, had 11 7 ?
Jy yt&ft And so she had sought that viell'earned Jun Jn
vi Tho' she had enough beauty to muke SLr
v young men weep,
Fbolo kj C. M. Gtlbnl
Sho was introduced at a large
AT THE DANSANTS
Milady of Fashion Is to Do Found at the Many
Dancing Teas Each Afternoon.
Before the Introduction of tho universally pop
ular tho dansant how did society pass tho late
afternoons that period after matinee or or
chestra yet before tlmo to dress for dinner? But
then that was In tho far distant past mercy I
almost two years ago. For tho dansant has
taken a firm hold on our affections and, many
expressions of opinion to tho contrary, has
come to stay.
The Bellovue-Stratford rose garden has be
come quite a rendezvous and on Saturdays
shortly after 4 o'clock groups of fashionably
gowned women saunter in, to be Joined later
by tholr husbands, on their way home from the
offlco presumably. Last week quite n number
of persons wero soon dancing, among them
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Earlo White, Mrs Henry
Drinker Rlloy, Mrs. Charles Brlnton, Walter
GllkjBon nnd Frederick Larnod, who occupied
a tablo together. Mrs. Brlnton looked well In
a costume of deep green broadcloth mado In
tho redlngoto style. The gown had a loose
panel of the material running from shoulder
to hem and tho ovorsltlrt was longer on the
sides, partially concealing a skirt of green vel
vet, tho latter being used also to form tho girdle.
Mrs. Brlnton's hat was of black velvet with a
piping of moire taffeta and upstanding goura
Mrs. Riley wore a smart frock of black velvet
combined with taffeta, tho velvet skirt made
qulto short and full with wldo folds of the taf
feta as trimming. Topping this was a blouso
of chiffon nnd lace, and the costume was com
pleted by a jaunty black hat fitting closely to
Another party Included Mr. and Mrs. Warner
Earnshaw, Mr, and Mrs. Boulton Earnshaw,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lloyd, Mrs. Schroodcr, of
New York, and Charlos Bradford Fraley. Mrs.
Lloyd wore n good-looking street suit of plum
colored cloth. The skirt was made with four
tiers and topped by a self-toned gtrdlo of velvet.
White spats and a small black velvet chapeau
trimmed with paradise feathers completed tho
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Murphy also occupied
a table, Mrs. Murphy wearing a becoming cos
tume of tlaclc and white, and at another table
Mrs. Horace Combes was most attractive in a
severely plain black broadcloth suit worn with
a feathered toque.
For a very bad burglar, with pistols and
Was working downstairs and with spoons
was in touch '
So Mamma, in a trice, with great pres
ence of mind,
Goes to the front window and throws up
The burglar got wise to this delicate hint.
He heard every word and decided to
He got out the back way and he used
wen fits tega.
No spoons the next morning to use for
L.:i I I
Uaoollecl all this time this debutante
Was dreaming of beauat and of more
hearts to raid;
And now in her dreats, oould it only
There crept football games and a middie
But, qlcisl it's right here that my stary
It isn't a middie, ifn anly the cop.
Who has picked tp the keys and earn in
The vary bad burgter, tk oau.se gf this
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MISS ELIZABETH JANE COLLINS, daugh
ter of tho Rev. Vaughan S. Collins, tv. D
nnd Mrs. Collins, nnd Mr. Ernest Rhea Early,
of Now York city, will be married tonight nt
6:30 o'clock, In St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal
Church, Wilmington, where tho father of the
brldo Is rector. Tho bride will be given In
mnrrlngo by her unole, James Hopo Caldwell,
of New York city, and tho ceremony will be
performed by tho fathers of, the bride nnd
bridegroom, tho Rev. Vnughnn S. Collins nnd
tho Rev. John Alfred Early, pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, nt Marlon,
Vn. Miss Rebecca H. Collins, tho bride's sis
ter will bo maid of honor, and tho bridesmaids
will be Miss Kcllo Holker, Miss Ethel Burden
nnd Miss Cora Yomnp, of Wilmington, and Miss
Marguerite Munn, of Washington, D. C. Frank
Scott, of New York city, will bo tho groom's
best man, nnd the groomsmen will be the Rev,
Ernest Johnson, Olnf Cudllpp and Paul Holter,
of New York city, nnd Alan Tumor, of Char
lottesville, Va. A reception will follow at tho
homo of tho bride's parents, tho Rev. and Mrs.
Collins, 1011 West 10th street. After a wedding
Journey Mr. and Mrs Early will be at home,
at 3M West 03th street, New York city.
A wedding of Interest In Montgomery County
as well as In this city was solemnized
last night nt 6.30 o'clock at the Hotel
Adclphla, when Miss Clara Bloch, daughter of
Mr and Mrs M. L. Bloch. of 1633 North 33d
street, was given In marriage to Morton E
Block, of Norrlstown. Tho ceremony was per
formed by Rabbi Max D. Klein, of tho Adath
Jcshurun Temple, Broad and Dlnmond streets.
The brldo's eldest brother, Lester M, Bloch,
was master of ceremonies, nnd sho was at
tended by Miss Henrietta Bloch, her sister, as
maid of honor. Miss Margaret Brown, of Balti
more, Md.; Miss Ethel Harris, of New York;
Miss Ruth Slckcls, Miss Marjorlo Abrahams,
wero bridesmaids, and Miss Solma Block, tho
bridegroom's niece, was flower girl.
A gown of whlto satin and rare lace, a fam
ily heirloom, was worn "by tho brldo. Her lace
veil matchod tho trimming of the gown, nad
was her mother's bridal c!l. It was arranged
with ornngo blossoms, and sho carrlod orchids
and llllcs of the valley. Tho maid of honor's
frock was of peach-colored satin trimmed with
tulle of tho same color.
Mr. Block had his brother, Mron Block, of
Norrlstown, for best man, and the ushers wero
Gustavo Bloch, Alexander Bloch, brothers of
the brldo, Morton Colin, Milton. Tagol, of Nor
rlstown; Bertram Wise, Emll Rothschild and
Ross Hoffman. Tho service was followed by n
dinner nnd dance. Mr. and Mrs. Block on their
return from a tour through tho South will llvo
on North 33d street.
ALONG THE READING
Thero will bo a concert nt BcecTiwood Hall,
Jcnklntown, this evening, at 8:15 o'clock, tho
proceeds of which will go to tho Ladies' Auxil
iary of tho Ablngton Memorial Hospital. An
elaborate program has been arranged, In which
the following well-known artists will tnko part:
Mmo. Margarotho Boye-Jenscn, contralto, Thad
dcus Rich, ilolinlst; Claf Jensen, piano, and
Hans Kindler, 'cellist.
Among the chaperons of tho affair will bo
Mrs Beauveau Boric, Mrs. George W. Elklns,
Jr., Mrs. Laurence Butler, Mrs Marmaduko
Tlldon, Mrs. John Newbold, Mrs. AVhnrton
Sinkler, Sirs. John Grlbbel, Mrs. Daniel Wcntz,
Mrs. James Bayard, Miss Mnrgaret Fox, Mrs.
Henry Mlddleton Fisher, Mrs. William Fretz,
Mrs Paul Cllno, Mrs J. Howard Ervlen,
Mrs. Milton K. NetlTor, Mrs. Penrose Robinson,
Mrs. Franklin Watson, Mrs. Howard Wilson,
Mrs. Richard H. Harte. Mrs. Henry Thlssell,
Mrs Andrew Grlfllth.Mrs Georgo Satterthwaltc,
Mrs. Charles E Schwartz, Mrs Paul Fullman,
Mrs. C. A. Walter, Mrs. M. Boyle, Mrs. II.
Bubb, Miss Gertrude Smith, Mrs. Harry Ambler,
Miss Susan Fulmer, Mrs. James Butler nnd
Mrs. Emlen Stewardson.
Mrs Elwood A. Steelman, of 4914 North
Camac street, entertained her card club at
luncheon nnd COO today. Her guests were Miss
Mary Weldon, Miss Alice McFadden, Mrs.
Datd Tlmmons, Mrs. Raymond Brooks, Miss
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William Voorhees, Mrs. Victor Beck1 ahd Mm
"Captain Rackett." a. comedy In three nets,
will bo Riven ty tho Prankford Dramatlo tfftflj -on
Thanksgiving night at Assembly iraif,f
Herbert Newton and a party of friends hay
returned this -week from a gunning- trip to
Maryland. They were successful in bagjrln
a number of rabbits, 1
Klwood McKlnley and TV. Yahn havo r.
turned from a sunnlnff trip at WIlllamBport. ,
Tho Bymphony Society, of Fraftkford, will
Blve their concert December 3, under tho di
rection of Carl Clemens. Miss Elsie Baker, of
New York, nllt be one of the soloists,
The Oeorso T. Smith Fluto nnd Drum Band,
will hold their fourth annual entertainment and,
banquet Wednesday night at tho Knights of
Miss Ilcbecca Korman, Miss Gertrude Wilis,
Miss riorenco Schbppe, Miss Frances Haskell
nnd Mrs. Anna Craig spent tho wcek-crtd at
Stone Harbor ns guest of Mrs. It. Day.
Dr. E. J. Mitchell and his mother, of 251J
Frankford avenue, will spend ThankBgtvlne in
Mr. and Mrs. r. It Plcrson, of 720 East AIi
legheny nvenuo, havo just returned from a sir
months' stay nt Wlldwood, N. J.
Trinity Presbytorlnn Church, Kensington, 111
Blvo a bazaar Saturday, December S. '
Thoro w'lll bo nn attractive entertainment on
Thanksgiving night at tho East Baptist
Flans are under way for the Winter Car
nival, to be held In tho Union Tabornacle early
Tim Kensington Kennel Club will glvo Its
nrst dog show of tho fall senson next Saturday,
One of the most novel attractions of tho
season for local society folk will bo a fashion
feto, to be given on Thursday ovenlng, Decern
3, at tho Now Century Club for tho benefit of
the West End Heading Room. A living review
of stles will bo given, representing' tho dif
ferent decades of tho past century. Tho com
mltteo In charge consists of Mrs. Cazenova r
Lee, Jr., Mrs. John Percy Nlelds, Mrs. Gcortf?
A. Elliott, Mrs. Frank S. Garrett, Mlss,Emllr
P. Blssoll and Miss Katherlno Dunham. Dancing
will follow at the conclusion of tho fashion
Tho Bachelors Ball tomorrow night will bo
tho big social event of tho week, f It will "bo
held In tho New Century Club auditorium, Tho
hostesses will bo Mrs. James A. Droper, Jr.,
Mrs Harry G Haskell. Mrs. MncMlllan Hoopes.
Mrs David D. Ilankcn, Mrs. Paul E. WHsbri;
Mrs. Leonard A. Yerkes.
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