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t ". V if i ..... ft V - EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1921 & IUST GOSSIP ABOUT PEOPLE Nancy Wynne Talks of a Trip to Cape May This Last Jfcck'End She Chats About Various Other Subjects WHO wimW l"vo believed en yenrs -7 fhut Cnpc Mny wotilil "'coino u ,? it 1 mi? I "t down for n bw? ?.. i Invs neo nntl won ntnasscd wh K "nmnber Sf wttWM that have it thC '" l. 1,1. nnil llin crowd RtrWly. w ",Kl VJnter was tlellRlit - 0n Ibe l'rnc"' ,,, unite of thu ratlicr lA.'AKm the Kt on 8,nv inn V others clotted the surf. ArilOt'l' of Bome-day-to-be ik'bu ,'nntes nn( boys "till In school was . '..inril i n louse party by younR fffflSSncott,, the T of Mr. and limy i'M k A j ppincott. 3d, of Ir,,lk who 1 mvc opened their cot 0nT)A mnmer. The girls In their '1 hrliht-S "reel frocks, end brlglitor. ffiored S ate a made a delightful pic ,tureon me ' '""Vi'lVi, 1 it. tlnnWsollor Ctll W". iwlih than were Lien Norrl ',UTho lleekscher Vctlierlll also have lhV,llr cottoRe Just off the ocean Yi n. 1 with them were In Norrls (lri!VCd acrgennt. Edwin. Wethcrlll an,l Alfred Mcrgciiii ,,..,,. t.,,1. "X" lm "sl o particularly pretty gnP in nale Cray, embroidered In green on i .,? tones of brown and worn over rivfIercy skirt. She certainly docs 10TheToim1i. LnrgoH also have joined !,. f'nne May i-olony this mimmer. m I nrire, vou remember, was Clifford 'bold and n Clifford Newboid I ..pent mnnv a summer down there with her rartnt'- Her father, the late Pern Van 1)0 H. WnH O III' 11 l " "", -"" H C.Tl '-rounded h.v n perfect bevy of rhlWrcn. I never knew a man to love children more than he. Mr nntl Mrs. Large, who lived in Vow York State after their marriage, recently returned to this city und arc living in Chestnut Hill. ASIOXtt the perennial summer resi dents down there, the Hornce Eii--one Smiths have opened their house In the ocean fiont for the season Vitli them is their daughter. Mary C. Smith; nnil their baby Kranddatighter, Mary riinrlottc, the liiM of the McClurc l'nhnestockB, will join them shortly Willi Iter parents. The McOabes have opened their cot tnxe and with them are their daughters. Mnri McCnho Enrnshaw and Alice Simpson, and tho lnttcr's dniling infant ,on, William Simpbon. .'Id. Mrs. Harry Adams and her son-in-law nnjl daugh ter. Tommy Hart nnd his wife, I also tplcd on the beach : and the l.ougstieths. tin- Hunters, the ISIsplmins, the Davlses, the Wctcotts nnd many otherH are alrcadj established -for thu summer. T Ol'in JH'TTEKWORTirS wedding' L is to take nlnce this afternoon. She mid Fred Levis, ou know, have been perfectly devoted to each other all thronpli' their M'.irs of growing i). It is a riilmlnation of a boy and girl friendship nnd n most delightful one. "liunii)" (Sonrj is to lie maid of honor, and a most vhnrious small ni.iid "he will be The wedding is to take place in (Vstnut Mill. I'red Levis is the son of Mr. Cliarles Megargee Levis and is a. brother of Agnes Levis. The. Levises lie in (ieumintnwii. rEMHHItS of tho younger set, home nf them debs of the coming season nnd some wllll sub-debs, will hnve a good time tonight at the dance which the Nixons nre giving for Mary out nt the riilladelphia Country Club. Colonel nd Mr". William Elliott will give a dinner for Hannah before the dance. By the wn. isn't Hetty Elliott popular? She's been bridesmaid about four times nlremlv this spring. And she's engaged her-clf, tm know, to young Mr. I'ow. NANCY WYNNE. tills cvcnlnir In tinnor or Mlns Louisa 9, AVIlson nnd Mlsa Marlon M. Wilson, dnucliterH nf Mr nnil Mm. Hlclinrd i. Wilson, of New York, who nre spending soino time ns their nucsts. Mrs. Percy K. Hudson nnd her chil dren, Miss Karnli Hudson, Miss Nina Hudson nnd Lea Hudson, of New oru. will arrive todny to spend a fortnight as tho qriiest of Mrs Hudson's parents, Mr. und Mrs. Charles II. Lea, at West thorno, Devon. Mrs. Hudson and her children will leave August I for North east Harbor, Mo., whero thoy will spend the remainder of the summer. Mr. Qeorgo Lelpcr Farnum. of tho Acres, Media, will entertain at dinner on Friday evening. Mrs. Harold Sands, who Is now living In Now York, accompanied by her chil dren. Miss Catherine Holte Sands and Mustor Franklin McFndden Sands, Is spending a month with her mother, Mrs. J. Franklin McFadden, at Hosemont. Mr nnil Mr Andrew Wheeler, of 2137 Ktimre Ktrael. hnve taken the house of Mr. and Mrs. iiernert Lincoln umrn, m limn Miiinr uhleli hev will OCCUOy for the summer. Mrs Clark nnd her daugh ters are spending tho summer traveling in Kurope. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis Bach mnnn. of 1SS Kauth Klirhteenth t,trcet, nre entertaining ns their srucsts for a few dayB Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Fisher und MIsn Vera' Fisher, of New York. Mr. and Mrs. J. How oil Cummlngs. Jr., who are spending tholr wedding trip motoring throunh New Hngland, have arrived In Lenox, Mass. They expect to return home early In July. Sirs. Cum mlngs before her wedding on Saturday, Juno 11. was Miss Isabella Wanamaker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs William H. Wnnnmaker, Jr., of Merlon. MIbs Helen Hope Montgomery, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hobert L. Mont gomerv ; Miss Ann B. Townscnd. daugh ter ol Mr. J. Barton Townsend, and Miss Helen Vallmorln Mlcholl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Mlchell. who havo been spending a few days ln Prlnco ton attending the commencement-week exercises, returned homo yesterday. M- .inlin n. llellamv and her daugh ter, Miss Marguerite Uollamy, who havo been visiting Mrs Bellamy's son-in-law nnd dauRhter. Mr nnd Mrp .1 LeedB Barroll. Jr., of 2127 Do Lancov place, havo returned to their home in winning-ton. Miss Sarah Ellon Richardson and Miss Tinln.i n. HendorHon. daunhter of Mr and Mrs. Walter Owynno Henderson, of Indian Quoen lane, Germantown, will sail on Saturday next for Europe, whore they expect to remain until tho autumn Mr. nnd Mrs. Fcrdlnnnd .1 Ornves and tholr daughter, Mtss Charlotte Mao Oraves, of Wlssahlckon and Mnnholm streets, Germantown, who have been Bpondlng two weeks on a fishing trip nt a camp In the Pocono whero they wore tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Connell, of Chestnut Hill, have returned to their home. wAi ?4& '& MISS VIRGINIA ADAMS NULTON Daughter of Captain L. M. Nulton, T. 8. N.. nntl iMrs. Nulton, of the Philadelphia Navy Yard, whose en gaecment to Mr. Dean D. Francis, nf Flint, Mich., was announced yesterday ws MISS L. BUTTERWORTH WEDS MR. F. H. LEVIS Marriage Takes Place at Home of Bride's Parents in Chestnut Hill SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Major nrd Mrs LMward II Cassatt. of Cnestei brook rami, Borwyn, will enter tftln at ,i dance lollowed by n supper, For Sore Muscles j XDXXXX OnjutniTVeduct BAUME BENGUE (Baume Analgesique Uengue, HtrtsJrance) House Party at Ocean City A houso party at tho summer home of PI Delta Epsllon Fraternity, 1434 Pleas ure avenue. Ocean City, was held by Alpha Chapter, University of Pennsyl vania, during tho past week-ond Thu following Fraternity members and friends attended. Mr. James S. Scott, Mr. Thomas E. TT.imllton. Mr. Josenh II MattlR. Mr. Craig A. Turner, Mr. Hilton W. Wilson, Mr. Walter T. Bllson, Mr. Stanloy M. Swartlov, Mr. J. Kenneth Mathleson, Mr. John C. Swartley, Mr. William H. Harrison. Mr. Jack A. -Okie, Mr. Wil liam F. Maxwell, Mr. J L. Mecaughey, Mr. Daniel M Dempster, Miss Dorothea E. Hall, Miss M Myrtle Oallager. MLss Ruth E Carmack. Miss Florence E. Rea, Mrs Sara W. Wilson. Miss F.llzubeth G. Erwln, Mrs. Mnrlan G Swnrtley, Miss Caroline H. Lane, Miss Carolvn S. Quarles. Miss Marjerle A. Bnrblerre. Miss Gladys M Bur.bv, Miss Bess A Asqulth. Miss Emily Calvert nnd Miss Alice Bonsall One of the most Interesting of the early summer weddings Is that of Miss Louise Butterworth, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. Wernor 'Butterworth, nnd Mr. Frederick Hemsley Ievls, which will be solemnleed this afternoon nt half past 4 at the home of the brldo's parentB, Sunset uvenue nnd Prefeld street. Chestnut Hill The Rev John II. Chnnman. rector of St Paul's Kola- copal Church, Chestnut Hill, will of ficiate The brldo, who will be given In mar rlago by her fathor. will wear a gown of wnito crepe ao cnine commnea with white ceoruette made with short skirt and n panel of crepe de chine nt either sldo and cut round at tho neck Her tulle veil, which will form a coronet, will bo edged with brusaels lnce nnd fastened at tho sides with a spray of orange blossoms. She will carry nn old fashioned bouquet of white sweet peas nnd lilies of tho valley. Miss Mary de F. Geary, who will attend as muld of honor, will wear a frock of cornflower- colored organdie made with a tuckod skirt, and will wear a largo orgnndle hat of the same shade. She will curry an old-fashioned bouquet of summer flowers Tho bridesmaids will Include Miss Agnes Rowland Levis. Miss Catharlno Howard coirin, miss unzaDetn tioliadny, of Wilmington : mibs feneiope ("jrtls of Boston, who will wear frocks alike of watermolon pink orgnndle trimmed with white organdie and largo picture hats of the same shade of ayxamllo. They will carry old-fashioned bouquets of summer, flowers. . . . .-.i.,, Mr. P. W. Klmberlnke, of West Point, N. Y , will act as best man ioi Levis, nnd the ushers will Jnoludo Mr Daniel Do Bnrdelebon, of West Point, N, Y. : Mr. Edward Magarge Levis, Mr. Stanley Welsh and Mr Stanley McCad doli. of Mount Vernon, N, , Y. Tho marriage, which will take Pluco In tho presence of the members or the Immediate families only, will be followed by n large reception w . . After a wedding trip, Mr. Levis nnd his brldo will llvo nt 121 West Spring field avenue, Chestnut Hill. HOADLEY STAPLER An Interesting wedding .was sol emnized nt 11.30 o'clock today In St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Tenth una Chestnut streets, when Mrs. Charlotto Evans Stapler, or ll7 apruce became tho bride of Mr. Arthur Iloadley. of Kan.au. The Rev. Dr. Kecbler per formed tho ceremony. . The bride was attendod by her niece, Mrs. De Witt C. Walsh, ns matron of honor. Mr. W. II. Cannon, or Kansas City, attended Sir. Hoadloy as best man. The UBhers Included Mr. Albert Clark, or this city, and Mr. W A. McLean, or New Haven. A small reception fol lowed , ,, , On their return from a wedding trip through the New England States, Mr. and Mrs. Hondlcy will bo at home arter October 1 nt 817 South Poplar street, Ottawa, Kan. FRAYNB IIAGGEUTY An Interesting wedding took plac this morning nt 9 o'clock In the Transfig uration Church when Miss Margaret Ann Haggerty. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Haggorty. of 035 South Fifty fifth street, became tho brldo or air. Joseph A. Frayne. . Tho bride woro a gown of white Can ton crepe and carried a shower bouquet of lilies of tho valley and roses. Her oll was caught with orange blossoms. triMH a , UnHHAhhi ai.ia, nt the bride. .tlir.- stunt jA,nttW. -- "- """ -a was bridesmaid, one woro a B" blue canton crepe, with a largo pinit picture hut, nnd carried a bouquet or pink roses. Mr. Laurence I-rnyne, brother of the bridegroom, was the best man, while Mr Joseph O'Brien and Mr. Walter Frayne were usners. O'HARA WALSH A pretty wedding took placo this morning nt 10 o'clock ln St. Mnlachy s Catholic Church, Eloventh street nbove Master, when MIsb Knthryn Hlldecardo Walsh, daughter of Mr John P. Walsh, of 1508 North Eleventh street, becamo tho bride of Mr Joseph A O'Hara. The bride woro a gown of whlto Canton crepo nnd carried a Khower bouquet of roses. The bridesmaid. Miss Julia E. Smith, woro a dress of orchid shade. Mr. Frank J. O'Hara was best man. extending from the shoulders. Her veil of tulle, which extended tho length of the train, was surmounted by u coronet effect of lace and orange blossoms. Sho carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lilies of tho valle Mrs. Harry Cuttell, sister of tho bride, nttended ns matron of honor Sho woro n frock of dellcato pink orgnndle, and hat of same, trimmed with a wreath of lilies of the valley, and carried a bouquot of doll cntoly tinted roses. The brldesmnlds woro Miss Evelyn Lutr,, cousin of the lrlds, of Norrlstown, Pa., Miss Lula Shaw, of this city, Miss Miriam Stangcr and Miss Wanda Miller, of Olasnboro. Two bridesmaids wero attired In orchid or irandln nnd two ln N'lle ereen onrnndle, with bats to match, nnd curried arm bouquets or sweet peas. Mr. Thomas Hawkins, brother of tho bridegroom, of Wet Colllngswood, ncted as best man. The ushers Included Mr C Arthur Lutz, of Miami, Fla, ; Mr. IK Warren Lutz, of this city, brothers of the brldo, Mr. John L Mecnughcj, or Olney. and Mr. Hurry W. Cattcll, of Glassboro. Max Stenzlcr, Mr, Herman Klshmnn and Mr. Bernard Hark. After a wedding trip Mr. nnd Mrs. Kornstcln will bo at homo after July 15 at f922 Market street. KLlNGSBEIuTUUXENBAfM A tllettv u-plfllncr tnrU ti!nr-n fin Sun day evening In tho Republic Hall nt 'J Harold W. Davis and Mr. T, Walter Stunrt LEWIS MELNICK A pretty home wedding took place pn Momlny evening ut 7 o'clock, when Miss Sylvlu Mclnlck, of 1231 Olrnrd uvenue, becamo tho brldo of Mr. Hnrry lwls nlro of this clt The ceremony, which was performed by linnui uavia u nwi- ICORNSTEIN'TOUIN A protty wedding took plarc Inst evening at 6 30 o'clock at the Shubcrt Drawing Room, when MIsb Xles'Te Tobln. daughter of Mr ami Mm .fnKAtih Tobln. of 2616 North Thlrty-llrst street, was marrica 10 Mr .Samuel Kornstoln Tne Rev. W Goldstein nerfnrmed flio eeio- mony. The bilde. whose gown wns of Ivory satin trimmed with princess lace woro a tulle veil trimmed with princess lnce, held In plnce with pearls nnd orange blossoms She curried a shower bouquet of orchids, lilies of the valley and ornnco bloftsmnn Tho mnld of honor was Miss Knrah Tobln, sister of the bride, wliOKe costume was of hone dew taffeta rovered with embroidered crepe chiffon and sllier I.ipp, nnd who curried a BhOWer hotlnllpt nf Inn rnuna MMw. bridesmaids were Mlm Mildred Stenzlcr. In n gown of llnme olorcd H.itln cov ered with graj -bended georgette und sash of gold cloth nnd who onrrien u shower bouquet 0f ten nnd pink roses; Miss Rose Stomel, who woro embroid ered peach color taffeta nnd sllvercloth snBh nnd curried n nhowcr bouquet if pink roses nnd blue delphlnes . Mls Evn Flshman In pink taffeta embroidered In bluo flowers nnd whope phower bouquet wus in pin roses mid blue delphlnes. nnd Miss Jiino Kornstcln. cousin of the! bridegroom In ptnk embroldeied tnffctn I and bouquet of pink roses nnd blue delphlnes The flown rtiil were MIhk rneima Kisnmnn nnd Mihs Helen Tobln In white tulle dresses nnd rurrlng bas kets of rose The bct man wns Ml Louis Toblr brother of the bride, nnd the uwhcis were Mr Mux Lnndow, Mt JACKSON flllKBS'i: A pretty weddli.g took plai e Mondav oienlng nt 7 o clock In the Belmont Ave nue Baptist Chinch, Foi ty-fnutth street nnd Westminster uvenue, when Miss Mm Ion J Greene, of ir.ifi North Frn zler terrnce. became th ' brldi of Mr Burrett F. Jnckpon. of 1453 North AIII son Btreet, the Rev ( nrey F Thomas pastor of the chuirh. offlolatlng A re ception followed Immediately after the ceremony nt the Ilontevolt Tho bride, who wns glen In innrrlng b her mothir, Mis If L. Greene wan uttended by Mrs T Wultei Stunit n matron of honor nnd by Miss Josephlm E. Zwlck, of Colllngdnle. ns muld or honor T'le brie.enmalds r MIsh Dor othy M Roberts and Mlts Kuthrii I'll 1 Ips Mr U Collins Dn Is, of Mngnohn Del ncted us best limn The ushei Included Mr S Proctor Moflltt Mr pjTjji.m'iiiiiiiiinii.i!! lllllll'llllllilihllilllmiiii.iiiLi.. o'clock., when Miss. Ell.nbeth Buxen- i'' ? ,-J" " " iiiium. uaugnur or Mr nnd .-mis. Hen in ' V fu.elirlith uti-eet nnd Larchwood nvc mingsoetg Jlahlil Oscnr Levlne, of the Beth Judnh Tetnplo, olllclnled A re ception followed for more thnn 500 rclu tleH nnd friends The bride wnn given In marriage ! her sister, Mrs Bloom Mlsx Anns Klein nttended ns muld of honor nnil tho bridesmaids were Mlsn Ilns,. Kllngs berg, Miss Nancy Brown and Miss Kalh rlne Adnmson The (lower girls won whlto net dresses nnd carried boskets of roses Mr. Michael Kllngsberg iic-ted ns best innn The ushers Incluiiul Mr Joseph Barr, Mr Kills Goldbeig nnd Mr Jerry Abrumson. f sb n i - ys ON THE R?VEn DRIVE "rVTEWLY decorated located amid nat ural beauties of Fnlr-Dl, ,K mount Park. ra. ,n Ji Cool & Comfortable mt ue mi nine.- vniiv, in- BC doors or out. More nr1 luxurious thnn the 31 larcost roof Kardens. flood fond music L dancinir. Open Sundays. iH BLHI3LMJBJSL HS. i ft! tl I 'i i "TS4- i , it i MARKET AT 10TII . ' 11 TO 11 PAUAMOUNT mESENTS ' WALLACE RE1D AONCS AYni33 and TUKODORE liOHEIlTS "TOO MUCH SPEED" ' A.i.ta.l Altrnelioni Ktimley Orc'.lfptra LAIUiy SIJMl'N In 'T1I.J KALI, OUT t;uu I.jurm Cook, Soprano, and Trio K Jr 'i. 4 ' J'r ;i .STANTON niVSSEHI OUADt CO. OAV.Kin.ST NATIONAIa ,'fl crinui-, ATTRACTION . "Old Swimmin' Hole From James Whltcotr.b RUey'i Potm 1214 MARKET ST. 10 A M. to II P.M. "Vjj I Bs - H Rood fond music BC 3 PALACE ,-'MWB,SS..,"DECEPilON" T00O IN TlIC t'AHT MAHSIVU HBT3 A ' J:" CHKSTNt'T 8T Ilel, 10TII rcaaia in a m. m n in p. M. JAMPt KIIIKWOOI) . ANN FOltnf.ST In "A WISE FOOL" - PAHAJtnfNT PU'TI'III.A rtON OP ' sin cjilbejit PARKr.rt'n noveo "THE MONKV MAHTEH" A'lJed Hullioorn Hoys Com "I'rl tlis 13th' : JVTZTrT MAtK HT ST Ab. 9171 Victoria 0 a m mil in p. m. nvtke, Hntnii Till. IDOI, OF LUIWVI1J - Tlin NOHTII" ? WrTWTtttTWTTtTTTTIIWffTWWTHTTTTTTTTTHTfrlr Relieves Pain Keep a Tube Handy noasUiming u lnM t ) Natures Gifts in food, for the Iranian body axe abundant in Grapefuts through the good ness of whole wteat and malted barley: DeEdous.nourishing "There's a Reason Sold by all grocers iiirarariiiJaMiiiiiiiBiiKiiMmi.iimiiiffiiiiiiiiiiraiiiiimi'!; Taste the difference? 4SCQ Coffee 25 lb At all our Store II1PIUM i v EBjopg&ogri HAWKINS AZT7. An nttrnctlvo weddlnar took plnce Inst evening at 7:4S o'clock In the Glnssborol Methodist Jiplscopnl Church, when MIssi Marlon ltncnel i-utz, dauKiiter oi Air. and Mrs. Henry W. Lutr. of Qlnssboro, becamo Uie bride of Mr Joseph II Haw kins, of this city. Tho Rev. deWItt Cobb, pnstor of tho church, performed tho ceremony. The bride, who was Rl'en In marrlape bv her father, was nttlred ln a gown or white satin nnd tulle with a court train Mattresses Renovated SIZES ALTERED I'eattipr.s Kcnotntrtl nnil Mnil Into .Mnttrrse-K Brass Beds Rclacquered sichel's '.v?: I'liniiat Ixim. 4703 KM. 37 tt BEADS- nibbozln and Stltclilnic Umltl RmbrolderlOK and KnlltlnR Silk Braiding Embroidering Beading Ilemstltohlnit Scnllnplnic I'leatlnx NOVELTY EMBROIDERY CO. . 1007 rll.IJKItT 8THKKT l L.P7'-'L.S.S. - --; i.'i.-T I Excess Fat Ruins : Your Personal I Appearance There is no necessity for women to lose their youthful charm and vigor as they grow older. "You can weigh exactly what you should." Visit our thoroughly equipped institution where we will glad ly demonstrate the Collins System. Trial Treatment Grafts For Women Exclusively Bcllevue Court Building 1418 Walnut Street Phone Spruce 5484 Payments for Course can be arranged. li 133Sodl3ti?Sfc GROUP OF 64 OF OUR MOST EXCLUSIVE DRESSES DRASTICALLY REDUCED Formerly up to 95.00 $ Many One of a Kind Canton Crepes Georgettes Taffetas Mignonettes Poirets BONWIT TELLER & CO. cJic Specialty Sicfi cfOriawalionb CHESTNUT AT STREET Extraordinary Offering Fiber Silk Tricolette SWEATERS 3.90 Formerly 5.75 Tuxedo Style in smart iiop-sntch tricolette Sweaters, featuring patch pockets and sisli. Black and navy onl. A remarkable offer. GLOBE Arf C. O. D.'s Xo Credits iVfj Exchanges All Sales Final MVh TFR Dli PART. ML N'T FIRST FLOOR i t A D1TOT ' MAltlCIJT HTRKBT LArl 1 WJL. u y nnrPFiTira "DREAM STREET" REGENT lw7jUSh,BTfn iNfitAnrnn oeas" MAnKCT STItBET at jiwpnn; vAi'nrviM.K 11 TO 11 1-rTvnHTlr nnVIEW-Jump. Thornton EiTH'S THEATRE KITTV GORDON V'ih Hai flwn ("omrnny ' JACK WILSON ' m "thk srri'iiisi: a-rnti SM Null Tli'i.iinltat Mhii1 Mullrr Cs VA Pian'ry, IMS Ruirnundiim Sho-w WILLOW GROVE PARK i.A'.T Koi U I)A s nt-P-trick Conway and His Band j m Jt T t' I'-mn-rt- lino Nann oprAno 4 'I .. t 4" i oil' arts -"!flrli Korriti llrl K'uir onrtt.rful t'onc-irM Dnlly Plul jl Hi) riatiar Ulnfi-ri Sorni at llio 'iln" Uollv mi I. Hi" Ttmi- to Honk Your Outlines JANE P. C. MILLER Conservatory, 1028 Chestnut Su Prlrnt tnni. Adult nd Chtl(1rn'ii Clan-. Modern nnd Kfthttp Pino inr. '-'wpiB Thnr fiv. T'hnn.i W1 111 ROSELAND DANCING TONIGHT nnoAD above colusihia Trocadero nfy' The Rainbow- Girls lnriUtioo j or Anaoanor- Uudcrute Vrirca "- nuLlf xa'.nu Writ or rbenn for Kncraved or lrlntd SnmplM. ROYAL ENGRAVING CO- 8U W.IibJ St SJ iCTillWill.li!iiii'!illlll.TliIl!n''W i.lludlUliJ IfiKS Adjoining St. James Walnut St. Between 12th & 13th I 222-1224 Walnut Street lOllilSiMiti U4yxA,5ia 2fHUi JlvtMtue hew votn M Mz-(SkrUmt JPtttodttetda THE LURE OF SUMMER IS Delightfully Expressed in the GIDDING COLLECTION of DAINTY MID-SEASON MODES Embracing FROCKS Of Organdie, Lingerie, Net, Batiste, Crepe da Chine, Georgette Crepe and Taffeta SPORTS APPAREL Coals, Sporl Capes, Country Suits, Calf S!(irts, Novelty Sweaters PytTRAY AN UNUSUAL DECREE OF SMART FASHIONING UNUSUAL REDUCTIONS PREVAIL NOW DURING OUR CLEARANCE BONWIT TELLER. &XO. CHESTNUT AT 13 STREET For Thursday Only Wc Have Arranged a Remarkable Skirt Offer A Group of High-Priced Sports Skirts 18-50 FORMERLY 29.5032.5035.0039.50 Georgette and Fantasi Georgette with fagotting Canton Crepe with fagotting Striped Plaited Flannels Imported TweedsSkirts Costume Skirts of Taffeta Costume Skirts of Canton Crepe Accordion Pleated Skirts of Canton Crepe and Crepe de Chine Roshonara Crepe Novelties many one of a models This group includes white, flesh, gray and corn color. Stripes and embroidery in brown, navy, black, maize, green and gold. SKIRT DEPT. Tailored White Flannel Skirts Specially Priced Tailored model, cut on straight, slender lines. Detachable belt, novelty pockets. A fine quality of flannel. 12-so THIRD FLOOR All Sales Final a&ill'Miiiiii'iii'liJi'fl'iinE il m -.'i-'iU .I I, tr "-' t m Extraordinary We Have Repriced Our Entire Stock of Presses Organdies, Voiles, Dotted Swisses, Ginghams and Linens, trimmed with laces and faggoting. Charm ingly attractive models, in all colors and sizes. They were up to $45.00, Reduced to 0.50 $2g.50 $ 1Q.50 to 24M All Purchases; Billed August 1st T m A i 1 J J M K- "u (, w.4 .. !.