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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914.
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TUB gueats at the luncheon to be given at
the nilz-Cnrtton, followed by- a theatre
trarty on Saturday, by Mr. Seymour Dnvls, for
Mlsn Elinor udd Bean, debutante daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles It. Bean, will be Mrs,
Joseph B. McCttll, Mlsa Kntherlno Seeler, Miss
Itnrjorle Tnyldr, Mlas Eleanor B. Watt, Mlsa
Bthet Hastings, Miss Frances Tyson, Mlas Kltz
abeth Tardier, Miss Helena B. noblnson, Miss
Bleitnore Blspham, Miss Bllrabeth 13. Winter
and Mlaa Edith Gltllngham.
Henry Heed Hatllold wilt entertain this eve
ning In his box at tho opera and at supper In
tile lUU-Cnrlton, In honor of Miss Mary EVclyn
Chew. Tho party will, be chaperoned by Mrs.
Itobert H. Largo.
Miss Lilian M. Adler, daughtor of Pr. and
Mrs. Iiwlrf II. Adler, Jr., of the Belgravla,
whose marrlago to Louis Le Boy Hepburn will
take place at noon Thursday, will be attended
by Miss Qladyn Trlnklo as maid of honor, and
her bridesmaids will be Miss Margucrlto Starr,
Miss Elsie Hepburn,, Miss Mario Supplco and
k Mlds Helen Adler.
I V. Horaco Hepburn, Jr., wilt act as best man,
and the ushers wilt be Earle Hepburn, Cyril
Hepburn, Barry Hepburn and Frank Adler. The.
eeromony will be performed by the Hev. Dr.
David M. Steele, rector of the Church of St.
Luke and the Epiphany. Owing to a recent
death In the bridegroom's family only the Im
mediate families will be present and thero Will
be no reception. Mr. and Mrs. Hepburn will
live In Kutztown, I'a.
Miss Adler entertained her bridal partyv at
dinner last night at tho Belgravla.
The marrlago' of Miss Ellzaboth Dlgby Leeds
mid Henry Hope Itced will take place In New
York tomorrow at tho Church of St. Mark.
Miss Leeds Is the daUghty of Mrs. Albert B.
iliecds, of Iloadslde. dormantown, and a niece
of Bishop Webb, of Milwaukee,, Wis.
Mr. Heed is tlie son of tho late Judge Henry
Heed. His mother, who married, en second
noces, tho late Dr. Thomas C. Potter, was Miss
Ellmbelh Bond, a sister of Francis E. Bond
and Mrs. Warran Ingersoll, of this city.
Doctor and Mrs. Charles Bingham Penrose
will give a dlnnor at tho Bellovue-Stratford lnl
honor of Miss Cordelia Blddle and Miss Ruth
Coxe on Monday ov.cnlng, December 28.
ALONG THE? MAIN LINE
CYJXWYD Mrs. George W. Ward, of Bryn
Mawr and Ponarth road, will ontortaln tho
members of her Card club thtB afternoon. Those
present will be Mrs. William A. Hentt, Mrs. J.
Baltz, Mrs. Webster Bell, Miss Mary Bowes,
Miss Helen Bradley, Mrs. Warren Plummer and
' Mra, W. Charles Brown.
The Association members of the Cynwyd Club
held their usual bowling match this morning a
the clubhouse.
JMLA-rThe members of the Bala Dancing Class
met last night In the garage of Mr. and Mrs.
John a. Fleck, on Bala avenue. Those, present
were Mr. and Mrs. William L. Allen. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Seeburger, Mr. and Mrs. J. Charles
Parry, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Q. Child, Mr. and
Mra, Joseph V. Little, Mr. and Mra. William B.
Bewalt. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Kraft, Mr.
and Mra. Frederick W. Fleck and Mr. and Mrs.
CUorge Bassett.
MEIUON Miss Eliza Davids, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard . Davids, will leave De
cember 6 for Lltchburg, Va., where she' will
spend two weeks as the guest of her cousins,
Mr, and Mrs.r. Clinton Klnnler.
Tho Red Cross Club will meet o Mrs. Arthur
" Montague Lewis' home, on Bolrd road, tomor
row afternoon.
AnDMORE-Ur. and Mrs. William T. Elliott, of
Otenn road, returned from a short trip out of
town.
Mrs. Utile L. Jarrett, of School lane, Reginald
Jarrett Richard Brooke Jarrett and Loulo Clay
ton Jarrett bavo returned home from Pottatown,
where they' were Malting Mrs. JarretVa mother,
Mr. George B. Lesslg. Mra. Jarrett and her
sons will also spend the Christmas holidays In
rcttatown.
"' VATTOt Mr. and Mra. B. F. Van Bchalck, of
Wt Laurel avenue, have as their guest Mr.
Van SchalckM slater, Mrs. W, Simon.
The ladles of the Saturday Club will give a
card party tomorrow afternoon for the benefit
of the Red Cross work. Mra. Ralph Waldo
Emerson, Jr., will be in charge of the
Recent pints at "Tho Wesley" Include Mra.
Dunlevy, of dermantqwn; Mrs. Douglas, of
Philadelphia, and Mra. C. W. Ruschenberger,
f Strafford,
ALONG THE READING
aeorga W. Bikini, of Chelten Ilouie, Elktns
Park, will entertain the Board at Governors
ef the Huntingdon iValley Country Club at den
ser at the clubhouse on Friday evening, De
cember IS, v
The Philadelphia Players' Club j(U, present
a comedy, entitled "The Amateur Cracksman,''
Friday evening, December 11, at Mercantile
Hall, Broad and Jefferson streets, for the
aeneral David B. Blrney School, p Logan,
The play will be followed by dancing. Those
who wll) take part In the play are Mlts Mln
famore Wllspn, MU Marie McAlf, M,M
Mabel Kehr Donnelly, Mlsa Helen .'Anders.
Miss Morea M. Drumm. Harry J. Kpehler, C.
Frank Ay er, Clarence M. Hutton, Norman L
Force,' William J. Gerhart, Jr., William. J.
Lonjr and "William F. Koehler.
Miss Marlon Tyre, of 6718 North 8th street,
pent tho week-end with Mlsa Grace Turner, of
Qermantawn.
f Mls Turner's engagement to I. Ha'frts Tyre,
si Oak Lane, baa recency been announced.
WEST PHILADELPHIA
A reception was, held Monday evening at the
h fcoma of Mrs. J. Meade, WW PJne' street, m
honor of tho Abe, Daba Soelal, Among those
jrent were Mlsa Qertowje MoOimu, Mlsa
ri Sutter, MUe AudKtf Chapeaan, MUa
f Ma?4e Beakta. Mia BUa Ofes, MiM Ruin
)&". MUM Katell Wood, Ma Hhm Otowr.
MUHd Jonas. WlHtijB iatw.nr,, Henry
Laaaaar. i-thu Mtt4. Jr., PMUo Sliar.
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mM, aor Wlur, Pal Smiley.
m. WUUm R Web, of Ml South . mum.
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Thomna Simmons, Mrs. John Maxwell, Mr.
Josepli-McMorrls, Jlrs. James Gould, Mrs. E. J.'
Hasso, Mrs. William Haines and Mra. Frank
B. Stockloy. ,
The members of the Sherwood Field Club wilt
entertain at a large dinner this evening In
honor of their wives. The club rooms', at 60th
street and Thomas, avenuo, will be 'artistically
decorated 'with Vifllms and pink roses. Among'
the guetts expected aro Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Frlnff,- Mr. and
Mra. George Frlnff, Mr. and Mrs. Edwnrd
Murphy, Mr. and Mra. William Cleaver, Mr.
and Airs. Jules Frlng, Doctor and Mrs. W.
Thompson, Mr. and Jlrs. Dull, ,Mr. and Mrs.
RufUB Klngnbury, Mr. and Mrs. John Barba,
Mr. and Mrs. 'llano, Mr. and Mrs. Chpney, Mr.
und Mfa. Wllaon, Mr. and Mrs. WllJIam! Stew
art, Mr. hnd Mrs. Edw. E. Cullen, Mr. nHd Mrs.
Owen Goraghty, Cnptaln nnd Mrs. Lane, L. A.
Paine and John Barber, Sr.
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Mr. and Mrs. George Flagg and Miss Ade
laide O. Flagg, who spent the autumn at Bryn
Mawr, havo reopened their town home, 3919
Walnut street.
- GERMANTOWN ,
Mr. and Mrs. William Worrell Wogner, who
havo been spending- several days .In North Car
olina, returned Inst week to "Ellerslclgh," their
homo In Gcrmantown.
Mrs. E. N. Haag-and Miss Haag aro Bpond
Ing a week In Washington nnd Baltimore, whero
a number of entertalnmonts will bo given In
their honor.
Miss Anita Mcgnrgee, of 6S07 julncy street,
has gone to Chicago to visit friends for a
fortnight.
Dr. and MrB. Albert W. Strecker, of 6357 Wln
gohocklng terrace, are receiving congratulations
on tho birth or a daughter. Mrs. Strecker wilt
bo remembered as Miss Agnes Harton.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Maxwell,' Jr., of 19
West Tulpchocken street, will leave shortly for
a motor trip to Gettysburg.
SOUTH PHILADELPHIA
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Simmons, .of 1518 South
Broad street, wilt hold the last meeting of their
dancing class tomorrow evening, at 1133 Cheat
nut street. The dance will be followed by
supper at the Bellevue-Stratford. The mem
bers of the class are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Stockley, Mr.
and Mrs, George Shlelor, Sir, and Mra. George
Young, Doctor and Mrs. Parks, Mr." and Mra.
David McCoach, Jr., Mr. and Mra. Henry
Dolflnger, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Foster, Mlsa
Ella Moo Young and Charlea Wield.
Lieutenant Commander G. B. Londenberger,
U. S. N., and Mrs. Londenberger entertained
the Monday Evening Bridge Club In tho Olrard
Estate, at their home, 2601 South Garnet street,
last evening. Their guest were Lieutenant
Commander R. S. Keyes, U. S. N and Mra.
Keyes, Lieutenant Commander G, A. BIssett,
U. S. N and Mrs. BIssett, Lieutenant C. A.
Lutz, U. S. 1. C., and Mrs. Lutz, Lieutenant
T. H. Winters, U. S. N and Mra. Winters,
Mr. and Mrs. Lucius 'Beebe, Mr. and Mra.
Charles Davis and Lieutenant Taylor, U. S. N.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robinson, of 221 Mifflin
street, announce tho engagement of their daugh
ter, Miss Laura S. Robinson, to , Bernard D,
Maltman, of Fort Mifflin, Pa. Thetweddlng will
take place early In the aprlng. I
Mlas Agnes B. Carlln, of 1417 South 10th street,
a popular South Phlladelphlan, played the lead
ing role of Mary Turner, In the "Avenger,"
produced laat evening In Mercantile Hall, by the
members of St. Malachy's Dramatto Club.
Others In the cast were Miss Alice Murray,
Miss Catherine Cavanaugh, Mlsa Anna Kenny,
Miss Margaret Sweeney, and Messrs. Leo Mur
ray, Walter poraey, James Martin, James
Conners, James Webster, George MoKeown,
John Cavanaugh, Thomas O'Rourke, Edward
Walsh. The play was under the direction of
William II. Byrne.
LANSDOWNE
Dr. Carl ICelsey, of the sociological depart
ment of the University of Pennsylvania, ad
dressed the meeting of the Associated Charities
of Delaware County, held at the Twentieth
Century Club laat nlghL
Mrs. A. L. Pennbck, of Violet lane, Is en
tertaining Mr, and Mra. J, Frank Laird, of
Short Beach, Conn.
The Treble Quartet of Philadelphia will sing
at the muslcale this afternoon at the Twentieth
Century Club, The members of the quartet are
Mlaa Edna HatWood Baugher, Mlas Maul Pet
tit, Miss. Mary Newklrk and Mlas May Walters.
Alton K. Dougherty will be at tba piano.
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Mis Adler was married today at noon, at tho home of licr sletcr, Mrs. Frederick Dutlcr Embick,
in Devon.
NORTH PHILADELPHIA
A number of young married persons promi
nent In the northern section of the city have
organized .a dancing class, to meet monthly.
Those who will attend tho December dance,
which will bo given tomorrow night at tho
Automobile Club, Carpenter's Station, German
town, are Mr. 'and Mrs. Walter Hancock, Mr.
and Jlrs. Henry De Groat, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Field Peet, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Lo Ma"ltre,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Benezet, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Owen' Osborne. Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Pflngst,
Mr, nnd Mrs. Charles Bready, Mr. and Mrs.
William Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Murray,
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Statzell, Mr. and Mrs.
Mercor Bnlloy, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gelger, Mr.
and Mrs. Waltor Haohnlen, Dr. nnd Jlrs. Wil
liam Brn'dy, Mr. and Jlrs. James Kunkcl, JIi.
and Mrs. William Steen and Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Freeman.
Jlrs. John Hetherlngton, of 2SZ7 Oxford street,
has Issued Invitations to tho wedding of her
daughter, JIlss' Rebecca Hetherlngton, and Al
well S. Cooper, on Wednesday night, Decem
ber 1S; at her home. Jtlss Martha Hetherlngton,
sister or the bride, will be mold of honor. Jlr.
Cooper will have John Jlurphy as his best man.
The bridegroom and bride will be at home after
February 1, at 1817 Newklrk street.
The fourth annual dance of the Lyceum Insti
tute will be held tomorrow night at Asher's
Drawing Room.
Miss Bernadetts Gorman, of 1720 North 18th
street, entertained the bridge club of which she
U a member, at her home last. woek. Thoso
present Included Miss Hilda Gallagher, Jlias
Helen Shields, Miss Mary Dohan, JIlss Mary
Jennings, Miss Mary Devlne, JIlss Ella Connor,
Mlsa Marie McJIanus, Miss Ella Ryan, Jtlss
Agnes Ryan, Mlaa Florence Loughlln, JIlss
Mary Loughlln, Miss I'd a Pequlgnot, Miss Lu
cille Bowe, Jtlss Ilosa Bowe, Miss Martina
Kelly, Jlrs. Joseph Corrlgan and Mrs. Charles
E. Waters.
The Young Peqplo's Society, of St. Matthew's
Reformed Church, will give an attractive dra
matic entertainment tonight In Apollo Hall,
North Broad, street, The play to be presented
Is "The Private Tutor,"
FRANKFORD
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Borneman -will enter
tain at an Informal talk on "Indian Imple
ments" tonight at the Frankford Historical So
ciety, Invitations have been extended to all the
members of the society and their friends to
hear Jlr, Borneman and visit the rooms of the
society, 4610 Frankford avenue. They are also
Invited to enjoy the hospitality extended by the
woman's auxiliary.
The society la "at home" every Tuesday eve
nior, A publla peace meeting, under the auspices of
the Society of Friends, was called last night at
the lecture room of the Free Library. The meet
ing was addressed by Thomas Raeburn White
and Stanley R. Yamall upon "The Lesson of
War In Europe-Peace and Good Will."
Tha Men's Club, of 8t. Stephen's Church.
Brldesburg, wtll meet In the, Pariah House on
Monday evenings.
Mlas Lillian E. Rogers, principal of tha
Frienda" Weat Philadelphia School, will lecture
Friday evening, December 11, on the "Educa
tional Valua of Toys and Games," In the Sun
day acbool room of the Church of the New
Jerusalem.
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Dr. and Mrs. John 8. Owen4 of 109 North 6th
street, are receiving congratulations upon tha
birth. of a daughter.
Mr. Frank S. Wells, of Sd and Penn streets,
baa returned from a visit to (few York.
Mlsa Mary Brown, who conducted a European
party laat summer, has gone to Florida for ev
jeral weeks.
Among the Camden patroneMea of "The
Qoutesa ef THbs," to be glvea Tuesday and
Wednesday ttlghts at tha BaHayue-Strattetd,
are jt and Mr. A. K. Blekler. Mr- and Mra,
Ji. VTRbatefceftalu, Mr. ad Mr. David Jester
4 Mr. GhaHee W'atso. feraely qt thl Jton
Mr. and Mm. WMilam Owban. of MS Ceoftar
atraat. have mmdi frosa a vtait U Mra. Oa.
harts atatar. Mr. Harold Pa ueax Hj
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CIIAW'TY BALL
Active PrcparattoiiB viii otill GoinR On for the
35th Annual Charity Ball.
The group of dancers arranged by Jlrs. B.
Dobson Altemus, representing tho Jefferson
Hospital, one of the four beneficiaries of the
35th annual Charity Ball, which will be held in
tho Academy Thursday evening, will exhibit the
mazurka, hesitation waltz and tho polka. The
girls In Jlrs. Altcmua' group will wear black
gowns with blue trimmings, the Jefferson col
ors, nnd the men will wear a blue cordon. Fol
lowing the Jefferson group, an exhibition dance
will bo given by Jlr. and Jlrs. Qulnn, considered
one of the best couple of professional dancers In
New York.
In the group arranged by Jlrs. Altemus axe
Included Jlrs. Howard Pancoast, Mrs. James
Potter, Jlrs. Alfred Hansell, Mrs. Samuel
Reeves, Jlrs. William C. Freeman, Mrs. Thomas
Jlegear, Mrs. Kemble Yarrow, Mrs. S. Grlawold
Flagg, 3d. .Mrs, Charles Boone, Mrs. Percy Wil
son, Jlrs. Arthur B. Cook, Mrs. Howard Hill,
Jlrs. J. Walter Steele, Jlrs. Bears, Mrs. William
R. Howell, Jlrs. B. Dobson Altemus, Mrs. Chris
tian Hagen, Jlrs. Edwin Fitter, Mrs. Charles
Belknap, Mrs. Edward Atherton. JIlss Gladys
Snellenburg, JIlss Kitty Smith, Miss Frances
Clark, JIlss Bertha Clark, Miss Angela Forney,
Miss JIarguerlte Patterson, JIlss Katherlne
Hare, Mlsa Famy Wain, JIlss Louise Mitchell,
JIlss JIarguerlte Magee, Mlaa Emily McKeon,
Jllsa Ida Greeley Smith, Miss Marie Dallett,
JIlss Florence Smith, Miss Elizabeth Oberteuf
fer, Mlas Jlary Victoria Green, Mlts Vlolette F:
Haines, JIlss Pauline Hart, Miss Genevieve
Glbbs, Mlsa Catharine French, Miss Violet
Gratz, Miss Beatrice Fox, Jtlss Adeline Pepper,
Mlas Pauline Dlsston, Mlas Jfary Brown War
burton, Mrs. C. Rosa Smith, Miss Margaret
Burton, Jilts Cordelia Blddle, JIlss Inez Dray
ton, JIIsb Marie Louise Wonamaker, J, II. Q.
Smith, Carrol Robertson, Oeorge Harrington,
James Gamble, Richard Hanson, Dorr Newton,
DeB. Kelm, William Bradford, Harold Wilcox,
Harold Llgget, William Pepper, William JIo
Mlohael, John Conger, Kemble Yarrow. S. Grls
wold Flagg. Sd, Alastalr McCloud, Charles
Boone, Henry D. Riley, John Brock, William H.
Rodgers, Charlea (Joryell, Dr. Howard Hill, Al
fred Gilpin. James Bull, Francis Kemble, William
JIcAleer, Armltt Brown, O. R. Pennington, Dr.
Robert Torrey, Christian Hagen, Peroy Taylor,
Stanley Hurlburt, Marshall Wlnpenny, Henry
Richards, Thomas D. Oratz, Franklin Stafford,
Edward Nash, Emlen Hare, JI. F. Maury, Rich
ard Crozler, Montague Lycett, Mr. Elsworthy,
Mr. Kelleher.
The "Countess of Tubs," a musical extrava
ganza, will have Its first performance this even
ing In the ballroom of the Bellevue-Stratford.
The words and muslo were written for the
occasion by Charles Loon Downlnr, and many
attractive eolo dances and specialties have been
arranged. Tha proceeds will be given to tha
Northern Homo for Friendless Children. Mlaa
Marie Louis Starr and Miss Miriam Blaster
will do solo dancea. Twenty-four children from
the home will dance In "pajama" dance, clad
In their "nighties." and tha Count! will go
through humorous situation with her "express
man" husband.
Among the boxhotder are Doctor and Mrs.
3. Oram Ring, Dr. Jlllo Miller, Robert A. Bal
four, Emmanuel McCowen, Ralph Murray
Thomas Kay, William Smith, Charlea Jp Mat
thews, Frank B. Stockley, Walter Q. Eels,
Frederick Gelger, H. K, Mulford, Edward M.
Holl, William G. Henry, W. S. Doughty, Ken
ton Worne, Mr. Charles Watson, Howard B.
Rqbert, Edward Wilkinson, Jr., Gaorg W.
Gormley, Bdward S. Stackhouse, Mr, Charlea
Baedtr, Mrs. Bdward. V. MoCaulley, Mr. John
Uraun, Mr. Charles J. Miller, Charles J. Miller,
Mrs. Ralph C. Stewart, Mr. A. P, MoCaully
and George W. Bromley.
Dootor and Mr. Vrquhart will entertain Mr.
and Mis. Junes A. Glass, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
erlek Gelger, Mr. and Jlrs. William Bautar, Mr.
and Mrs. David Jeter, Mr, and Mra. Aufustu
Sleklea, Mr. and Mr. John S. Morris, Mlsa Ger
trude Urquhart and Mrs. Fayette R. Plumb,
Mr. and Mr. James H. Mcrl wtll have
their guest Mr. d Mr. H, K. Mulford, Doc
tar and Mr. Metbesy and Mr. aad Mra. Robert
MsCnrdy.
Following tba Star eaafa nljbt aa lalotwal
daaue wlU be htd.
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MR. AND JtRS, BENJAMIN RUSH, of 2106
Plna street,, will Introduce their daughter,
Mies Charlotte Rush, at a tea this afternoon.
Jlrs. Rush will be assisted In receiving by Mr.
John Frederick Lewis, Mrs. Edward Dale To
land, Jtrs. Ell Kirk Price, Jtrs. Robert K.
Wurts and a number of tho season's debutantes,
Including Jlles Ruth Coxe, Mlsa Jtargaret Ber
wlnd, Jllas Katherlne Ashurtt Bowie. JIlss
Susan Brimmer Ingersoll, Jllns Jlary Stewart
Wurts anil Mlsa Jtargaret Handy Burton.
Jlr. and Jlrs. Randal Morgan, of Wyndmoor,
'East Willow Grove avenue, Chestnut Hill, will
entertnln at a theatre party, followed by supper,
In honor of JIlss Jean Newbold Thompson, deb
utante daughter of Jlr. nnd Jtrs. Paul Thomp
son, of 1816 De Lattcey Btrcct JIany of the deb
utantes will be present.
Jlr. and Jtrs. Charlea B. Wright, of Chestnut
Itlll, will give an opera box party, followed by
supper and dancing, at tho Rltz-Carllon for
Jtlss Eugenia Kelso Cossatt, debutante daughter
of Jtr. and Jlrs. J. Gardener Cassatt. The
guests will number 40 and will bo selected from
tho season's debutantes and the younger men.
Jtr. and Jlrs. Gcorgo H. Earle, Jr., of Bryn
JIawr, wilt give a box party nt the opera, fol
lowed by supper and dancing at the Rltz-Carl-ton,
in honor of JIlss Katharine Z. Ogden,
daughtor of Jlr. and Jlrs. George Dlcklo Ogden,
or Bryn JIawr.
Jlr. and Jlrs. Calvin Pardee gave a most at
tractive dinner danco' In thet Rose Gardens or
tho Bellevue-Stratford last night In honor of
their two grandchildren, who nro debutantes
this year, JIlss Lucia Warden, of this city, and
JIlss Jlay Erdmnn, of Princeton. Some .223
Rucsts attended and were seated nt small tables
tastefully decorated with a profusion of cut
Mowers of tho season. JIany beautiful gowns
woro worn. JIlss AVnrden chose a ,b'luljh-greon
satin gown, covered with tullo of tho same
tint, and carried a bouquet of yellow gardenias
and roses. JIlss Erdman chose a dress of white
satin nnd a covering of tullo to match. Sho
carried pink roses and gardenias. Tho guests
were exclusively from the debutante and young
er dancing set. Among those present wero Jtlss
Knthrlno Bowie, JIlss Jnne Harding, JIlss Jcnn
Bullitt, JIlss Hope JlcJIIchael, JIlss Hope T.
Ilcale, JIlss Virginia Roberts, JIlss Knthrlno
Ogden, JIlss Mary Brown Wnrburton, JIlss
Jliry Denckla, JIlss Charlotte Rush, JIlss
Jlnrle Louise Wonamaker, JIlss Jean Llllic,
JIlss Lilly Crisfleld, Jllas. Elizabeth Thompson.
JIlss Emma Ashton Dorr, Jtlss Pauline Dlsston,
Jtlss Cordelia Blddle, JIlss Inez Drayton, JIlss
Elizabeth Ynrdsley, JIlss Cordelia Drexcl Bld
dle, Jllsa Jtargaret Handy Burton, JIlss Char
lotte Harding Brown, JIlss Elinor Judd Bean,
Jllsa Elennoro Blspham, JIlss Sarah A. Baker,
Jtlss Edith H. Bally, JIlss JIargaret Borwlnd.
Miss Ollvo Benson, JIlss Euxenla It, Cassatt,
Jtlss Jlary E. Clayton, JIlss Ruth Coxe, JIlss
Hansell French Earlo, Jtlss Helen Struthers
EM, Jtlss Charlotte Fnhnestock, Miss Eleanor
S. Gamble, Jllsa Jlary Hall Laird, JIIbs Jllldrcd
Lnngstreth, Jtlss Cornelia Leldy, JIlss Jlary
Arrean Jllller, Jtlss Jane Harding, JIlss Ruth
Jtann, JIlss Hubcrtn Potter, Jtlss Gertrude
Pnncoast, JIlss Dorothea Obertouffcr, JIlss
Helena S. Robinson. JIlss Frances Stoughton,
Miss Alice Chapman Thompson, JIlss Jlary
Stewart Wurts, JIlss Anna Jfary , Wnlthour,
JIIbs Elizabeth Wlster, JIlss Sibyl Wright, JIlss
Florlne Pearson, De Bennevlllo Bell, Harry
Bower, Richard S. Bullitt, Jervls W. Burdlck,
Gcorgo Barker, Samuel Blspham, Jr., William
L. Bally, Jr., Walton Clarke, Tristram Coffin
Colket, 2d. William Davis, William II. DuBarry.
Joseph N. DuBarry, Norman Dunning, Lelghton
Dunning, Brooko Edwards, Thomas McKnlgllt
Flnletter, Powell Fcnfpn, William Foster Fot
terall, Walter Fotteral. Charles Y. Fox, Hol
steln Fox, Jtalcolm Huey, Thomas Hart, Daniel
L. Hutchinson, 3d, Woodson Hancock, William
Gill Hopkins, Alden Johnson, Albert Edwnrd
Kennedy, Jr., Edward Hance, Alden Lee, Lud
wlg Clifford Lewis, Albert Hawley Lucas. Philip
Leldy, John Blye, John W. Jlears, Lawrence
Murdoch. Joseph Jloulton, Roland F. Jlellor,
Joseph B. McCall, Jr.', Elllston Jtorrls, Edward
H. Jlorrls, Augusts Frederic JIuller, Vaughn
Jlerrlck. Alfred Norrls, Caverly Newlan,
Francis B, Patterson. William O. Rowland,
Howard Rowland, Francis B. Reed, Thomas
Robinson, Hilary Rex, Alfred Reeves, Ashton
Souder, Charles Alexander Service, Jr.. and
Andrew Van Pelt. ,
ROXBOHOUGII
The December entertainment of the Levering
ton Presbyterian R. B. H. class was given at
the home of Jllsa Marlon List, on Falrthorn
avenue, and was In the nature of a surprise
celebration In honor of Miss List's birthday an
niversary. Yellow and white chrysanthemums
mingled with ferns In the decorations. Those
present were Miss Rena B. Horrocks, Miss Mar
garet Neely, Miss Orace Heller, Jllsa Mildred
Beaver, Miss Florence Barrta, Jllsa Anna
Roshon, Miss Jlarlan List, Miss Minerva Web
ster, Mlsa Esther Joly, Mlsa Bay Llat, Mlsa
Dorothy Llat, Jtr. and Mrs, Howard Cantrell,
James Pickets, Roy Mllllgan, James Oliver,
Raymond Manley and Lloyd Sharp.
Mlsa Gertrude Rudhart, of Lyceum avenue,
wtll entertain at luncheon and 600 tomorrow.
Her guests, who are members of her card olub,
will be Mrs. Robert A. L forte, Jr., Mrs.
Thomas Shoesmlth, Mlas Counselman, Mrs.
Joseph p. Davenport. Mrs. Clarence A. Keever,
Mr. Harry Flanagan, Jlrs. Clifford Durell, Mr.
Charles A. Maek, Mrs, J. Walter Flanagan and
Mlsa Lillian Ritchie.
NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA
Mlsa Nan Snow, of t Bast Wensley street,
wtU entertain tonight at her home. Thosa
present wtU ba Ms Bertha Blelden, Mis Flo
Sohoppe, Mlsa Frances Haskell, Mis Rebeeiea
Korman, Mlsa Cella Stein, Mis Gertrude WlUs,
Mlsa Clara Relde. JIls Martha Simon, Frank
Volgt, James JlePeak. Otto 'Betaer. Wmtr
Creamer, Cbarle Albright, Lewis Treft, Clif
ford Leach aad Gerg White. The tywse will
b beautifully decorated with aulunu faiUg,
chrysanthemum and feres. The gtpets will
be entertained by lelanctoni an the pin no by
Ml Frances ifaakajL and Miss FtartAeo
Sahopp wtM give a number of weal irtaetiaaw,
Htas CUra You, af JK WmeitUi atmt,
wHi ealaftajR Um Ktecotera of fear sewtsf; etrtH
M Wednesday af lanuw.
Mas, WtlUajB WaaJM. i Cap Ma. U u
ggtjBt M Mra, J) aaMMBM, t
teed aveau.
Mr. LwK, jg HW 01tffei rt. la
aptai'talruog as 1)mnm0 M. (lilM Hu-
IS.U, ma o.uts, W (M Her. n i
ROADSIDE. COTTAGE, Devon, the attractive
home of Jtr. and Mrs. Frederic Butler Eifi':
blck, was the scene of n pretty weddinir
when JIlss Harriet Gilbert Adler became!
the bride of Thomas Francis Watson. The
Right Reverend Jtonslgnor Nevln F. Fisher, of
St John's Catholic Church, conducted the
ceremony. The drawing room, where tho wed
ding took place, was arranged with azaleas,
whl to and yellow chrysanthemums Srtd ferns
Mrs, Embick, sister of the bride, wna maid of
honor, and Jtr. Watson had his brother, Wll'
llam Watson, aa beat man.
JIlss Adler's gpwn was of White satin,
beautifully trjmmed with old family lacs, and
her tulle veil was held In place with orange
blossoms. Tho court train was carried by
two pages, Jtaster J. E. Cope Jtorton, Jr and
JIaster S. Hutchinson Gatloney, who .wore
black velvet suits, and white linen blouses
with black tics. Jlrs. Embick wore -a gown
of mahogany-colored velvet en train. Her ho'
was of white satin, trimmed with white grape
and velvet to match the gown.
After tho ceremony n breakfast was served
for the guests, who wero the Immediate- mem
borp of both families. Jtrs. Andrew Potts', of
Washington, an aunt of the bride; Jtrs. Potts'
son, Gilbert Potts, of Jlorrtstown, N. .T., and
hla wife, nnd Jtrs.. Andrew Potts'- daughter,
Jlrs. John N. Stearns, Jr., or fcfW'Y'ork, and
her husband, Jtrs. Richard Watson, mother Of
tho bridegroom, woro also present After their
return from the wedding trip Jlr. and Mrs.
Watson will occupy a new houso which ha
been built for them nt Devon, and they will
also spend a portion of their time erf th
furm In the country back of Wayne, which U
owned by the bridegroom.
AMUSE5IENTS
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