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4 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY JUNE JU rE 2 21907 1907
I SOCIAL SaCALAND AND PERSONAL NEWS
Prospects of Numerous Numero US Jun JunBrides June JuneBridesFive
Brides BridesFive Five WeddingsNext Weddings WeddingsNext YVeddingslVext
Next Wednesday fVednesdayMore fVednesdayMorelVavalOfficers WednesdayMoretllavalOfficers More MoreNavalOfficers
NavalOfficers to Visit VisitNational VisitlVational VisitNational
National Capital CapitalDiplomatic CapitalDiplomatic CapitalDiplomatic
Diplomatic and ResidentiaSociety Residential ResidentialSociety ResidentialSocietYPrePgring
Society SocietYPrePgring Preparing to Leave LeaveCity LeaveCity LeaveCityfor
Cityfor City for the Summer Sea Season SeasonSome SeasonSome ¬
son sonSome Some Weekend l4TeekendWeddings WeekendWeddings IVoekendJ
Weddings J eddings of Note NoteHE flofeTHE NoteHE
HE poets effusion Oh what 1 1TO Is Isso
THE TO rare as a day In Jun June wa wanot was wasnot wasnot
1 not written for the summer c or
1107 The uptodatp version vrsiov versionvI lrlon lrlonud
v > ud read Oh what to M raw ra as a da dai ddy ddye
i 11 June Juner But even If the sun did no nosMne not notinf notine
sMne inf nor the balmy xephyrs waft aft thei theivveetnesa their theirtnellli theirxaeetneas
vveetnesa tnellli of the ro roees e the June brid bridi bride brided
d i I not fall to put In an appearance wit witiii with withI
iii 1 ii > first calendar month of summ summer summprIrirlls summerIrides < M MUrirtrs
Urirtrs there wer were aplenty and roses rosestare rose rosethore r08P3t1re
tare were hanging their heads in th th5y thCady the thedy
Cady + dy 5y downpour of yesterday yesterdayIf
If summer temperature cannot b bvunted lH lHmtfd he herated
vunted < rated on and the weather weat r man fails t tsec to toP tosee
horizon th thlollies thk the thetrdes
sec P a warm ware on the
k lollies ds own month has come and th thl th11r1411s the therides
l Tides are very much to the fore am amfrom and andfrm andfrim
from now on till the last day of Jun JuntKie June JunetlTC JunetLc1
tKie tLc1 e will be weddings and wedding weddingEach weddingsEach eddlngsEach
Each has patiently tly waited for the ill illfated 11Ifated IIIfated
fated month of May fay ay to pass an untuck untuckn unlucky uDluckyonth unluckynth
n onth > nth ever since Mary Queen of Scot Scotmarried Scot1arried Scots Scotstarried
married Lord Darnley on a day in May MayIt MayIt MayIts
It Its s generally supposed wppo ed to be unlucky fo foHIP for fortie
HIP bride rlde but In that the first Incident I Icertainly It Itcertainly Itcertalnly
certainly was as fateful an occasion fo fotlif for tortli fortI
tli tI tlif bridegroom bridegroomIn
In connection with Lord Dandeys fati fatij fate fatej fateji
ji j the story of a schoolgirl echool < < lrl the daughter daughteof daulhlerIf
of If an American family living in Bdln Bdlni EdlnScot
i > rsh Scotland Scot who had a Scotch govern gover goverrf
rf fl s She set th the girl the task of writing writininn
a nn r n essay on the life of Mary Queen o ob of ofts ofnts
b r nts > ts In the account the young 70un < < girl derbed de defined der
fined r hed the illness of Lord Darnley Dam prior prioiK priort
K 1 o > his awful death In her story sh shliinh she ahelJdl shennJp <
liinh lJdl use of the expression expreasl ti He was U lali laliwith laid laidp
1 p > with itb smallpox The essay came back baekwitll backwith bad badwith
with that part carefully corrected accord accordng accordIll accordilg
ng Ill to the governess idea of good Eng English Enei EngShe
lish i She not understanding the Amen Ameriiiii
iiii 11 idiom IdlO a laid up had rewritten rewrittenLord rewritteiIx reAliUenLord
Ix Lord > rd Darnley was laid down with witlsmnllpox Witb1wll withsmalipoL
smnllpox 1wll P03L Laid up or laid down he cerury cer ceriiiniy ceri
iiiniy ury i r y was forthwith blown up with gun gunpnwilpr IUDT gunrw
T rw pnwilpr ter > r by his unhappy queen Moral MoralTJ loral loralVJ
1 TJ not marry in May Mayr
r June is the brides own month Wed Wedi WedU
i day as everybody knows is tta ttaday the tbeO theday
O day of all 11 and the coming coml Wednee Wednesi Wedneedv
dv dl i iv will be the clergymens busy day N No NoI Nothan <
1 < > s than half a dozen are scheduled u ut 10 10ke totk
t tk ik ke place on June a aKit ii iiHlt a aRut
Kit the brides will not have it all their theiray theliown theiroV
oV own way ay this week Again Washington Wuh ton ii iit Is Ist Ist
t t take 4ke + on the gayety and social activlt activltcf acUvltl activity activitya
cf a l midwinter season BeasonThe seasonThe 1IOIl 1IOIlThe
The visiting officers sent ent from Franciind Franc Fraaeetntl Franceand
and the Netherlands will be here to data datathe clabon claimtle
the n hospitality h Itallty of the Capital City CityAdmiral Cityd CityAdmiral
Admiral d mlral Thierry and his officers ojftce of the tinlorch thel
lorch l each < neh squadron win inn arrive here T TJ Tues Tueeas TuestL
tL J v y as win also Baron van Aabeck o ot of oft oft
t GelderUuMi the j Dutch > utch ship and hi hifVfis his blsmpfS hisir
fVfis ir ers All will be entertained by the thef tl tlfifsident
f fifsident 1 esident oident who will give a luncheon a atii at att at1i
tii t 1i h White House HouseJunkheer HoutteJunkheft HouseJunkheer
Junkheer van Swinderen the Nether NetherIanrls XetlterHurls Neth Nethhurls < <
Hurls Minister will be host for his coun counrrvmen counrrmn coonr
rrvmen r men at dinner dln er Tuesday night and thi thifollowing the thefrIAlne thef
f following 1nwing night M Jusserand the FrenclAmbassador French Freachhassador French1rbassador
Ambassador hassador will entertain at dinner dinnerEmbassy at atEmbassy atEmbassy
Embassy complimentary to theJ th thrmirh the theFrlpIh <
rmirh J rereh officers who will visit Illit Annapa Annap AnnapWednesday AnnapoWedne
a < = Wednesday Wedne da The next day they will wilake wUlake willake
ake a pilgrimage pnerima to Mount Vernon VernonTi VernonTI VernonThe
Ti TI The Netherlands Minister Inlter and Mme Mmein
in n Swlnderen have by the way changed changefir changedr
er fir r plans and will not go to Europe Europicrtii Europenrl Europenntii
crtii the autumn They are at present al alv at atstover atsrover
v ° < stover with Mme van Swinderen SwinderensMr Swindereniarvnts SwindereDi
iarvnts i rnl5 Mr and lira trs tr Charles Glover Gloverin
1 in a week or two they will m go u uY to tok toV
Y < rk k Harbor where they have leased i ittage a arage attage
ttage rage for the summer summerWhile 8UlDIDerhile summerWhile
While hile official persons are entertaining entertainingte
t te visiting officers o Icenfrom from overseas th thithlptic the thetUptlc thetletle <
ithlptic and sponlovtag < < set of Wash Washington Washl1 Washington ¬
ington l1 ton will take In the horse bor e show at atlfsburg atlrslJurc atiesburg
lfsburg Va which is to be held this thiiW thisPIk thiswelk
welk welkMr W PIk PIklr > k kMr
Mr lr and Mrs William Corcoran Core ran Eustis EustisLive Eustis1re
Live 1 I a beautiful place there and will en entain ent enrein
t rein tain ld many guests for the show They Theyd Theyed
ed < d their home here Corcoran Core ran houseIrly House Houseirly HouseIrb
> irly and have been n domiciled in their theiriintry theiruatr theiruatry
iintry uatr retreat for eome weeks Last LastSunday Lastinday LastSunday
Sunday they had as their weekend guests gueststh gutstsScretarJ
th t Secretary of War and Mrs M Taft Taftof Taftor Taftr
of r course the Capitals Capl al most devoted devotedhow devotedro devoted1ersewoman
1ersewoman how ro woman oman Miss Katherine Elkins to tot Ist l lt
t > be at Leesburg this th week with her herthoroughbreds herLCroughbndll herteroughbreds
thoroughbreds thoroughbredsMiss LCroughbndll5S teroughbredsMss
Miss 5S Elklns will with her parents sum sumat sumr
1 r at their place at atDktns Ktktas In West Vir Vlrsiiuii Virni Virini
siiuii ini ni dividing her time between the pa par pa1ptal partal
r 1ptal rtal roof Ualliehurst HaIJ hurst and her own ownlmting ownj owninting
lmting j inting lodge at t Warrenton a birthday birthdayr blrtbda blrtbdaIr
Ir > r < sent nt from rom her father fatherApropos fatherApropG8 fatherApropos
Apropos of bone shows friends of Rep RepI
i s f nlatm nuthr and Mrs Bourke Cockran Cockran saw sawt sawL sawtcm
tcm L t < < m at the X Meadow W Brook show Xew Xewv XewYrk NewV
v Yrk V rk s fashionable summer horse show showThey showy ho hoy
They y have Just returned from their wed wedliisT wedTI wedtrip
TI liisT trip trlpnd 4nd nd Mrs Cockran who won on a arotation alPltulon ar
r rotation p station for beauty as Miss Ide looked lookedlarkably lookedrkably lookedr
r larkably rkably well m In a gown of apricot apricotr aprlffltLitTon apricotHflon
r LitTon iff on broadcloth trimmed with a darker darkershade darkerqu darkershule
shade qu < combined with 1tb gold embroidery embroideryHT embroMeryHer embroiderylI
lI HT r hat a chic little affair alr directolre in inape In1Pf insipe
sipe > ape was of black neapolitan trimmed trimmedwith trlmm trimmedWith d dwith
with gray feathers feathersKftirtes feathersF1Ijdes feathersFeidea
Kftirtes the family of o Senator and Mrs Mrs7Wn5 Mr Mrl Mrst
7Wn5 l ldnr there will be other Washing Washjngiians Wuhlngthns Washingi
thns i iians tins who will summer near by b Count Countd
d Countess Seckendorff are soon leaving leavingRamapo leavingRamapo leavingRamapo
Ramapo where they keep open house houserig houetbe housering
ring rig the summer months Mrs Irs Fairfax FairfaxTf
Tf rriaon r for the sake of her children childrenfliosen childrenhoseD childrenchosen
hoseD to lead the simple lIn life and has hachased hashased hasteased
hased a country pl place in Virginia VirginiaTO Yl inla inlaII
TO II re they will live for several years It Itcar Itclr Itcar
car enough to the city to allow Mr Mrrison > tr trM frri
M risen ri son to attend ttend to business here heretlitf heresite
1 site a bevy of young married people people1Il people1Iliueated peoplewiliucated will willlocated
located at Chevy Chase this summer summerwives IlUmmerwves summerwves
wves agreeing rHIDI to t remain with Ith their theirti theird theirtv
tv Ued ti Hl > d husband They are Mr Ir and andMrs ands
Mrs s Charles harks I lee e Mr and Mrs Itll Walcott WalcottTi WalcottTIPrJDan Walcottn
TIPrJDan Ti n cprman Mr lr and Mrs McCammon McCammoni
< i Mr and Mrs Ira Randall Hagner H Mr II
< 1 Mrs George Howard Mr lr and Mrs MrsH MI MIII Mrsit
H race rtc WeStcott We < < cott Mr and Mrs JtI Jack JackMTJ Jakl Jackrv
MTJ l qrr rv and Mr ir and Mrs Ire Jack Wilkins are areerr areoJ aretors
oJ hen tors err who ho will be close at hand handrl bandrr handDrs
Drs rl rr John P Story will w 1 not be at White Whiter Whlteaii WhltJ
r aii J this t his summer summ r but will iU go to Belgium Belgiumjoin Belgiumioin Belgiumjoin
join her daughter the Countess tie tieOrder deOrder e
I IOrdcr
Order the Genuine Brown Bread BreadWrite IJrondWrite
I
Write or phone Kraflts Bakery isth isthl 1thrl
rl f l Pa ave v for Prof Harts Hart Rrnwn Rrnwnt I Ii
t i rj 1 TP I s Ip111n Tiiiin wlni J w 1 11 11Dl
Dl l a jl Lt J It
FIRST OF THE JUNE BRIDES AND GROOMS
I Mr and Mrs lIr Thomas 1 l1nH Hole W eyUnnitlt
Buisseret Bu ret whose husband is Minister at atTangier atTatqJ1er atTangier
Tangier bat who spends her summers at atthe atthe atthe
the family home near Aatwerp for the thesake thesake thesake
sake of her five small son sonMr son JIOIILMr sonMr
Mr and Mrs Lara Anderson are closing closingtheir elo8l1t1their cloningtheir
their place 1 here this week and flitting to toBrooklme toBrooItUneaa toBrookilae
Brooklme BrooItUneaa Mass In the meantime time they theyarc theJarc theyare
arc entertaining merry river parties on ontheir ontbdr ontheir
their houseboat which h hthey they brought up upfrom upfrom upfrom
from Florida waters watersThe watenThe watersThe
The residence of Mr and Mrs In William WilliamF
F Holtxman was the scene last at night of ofa oCa ofa
a beautiful wedding when their daughter daughterMiss da daughterMiss hter hterM
Miss M Florence Lee ITottsman IIoltun Ilolt > mdn n was mar married marl1ed married ¬
ried to Mr fr Thomas Bate Weymouth of ofOil ofon ofon
on City Pa The coremony < < eJDOIty waa per performed performed Ift Iftformed ¬
formed at 7 oclock o k In the presence < < of the therelatives therdaUYN therelaUvea
relatives of the couple and a small mall as assemblage ueniblap acaemblage ¬
semblage of very intimate io11matefrlenda friends but buti butwas butwas
i was followed by 1 y a large reception lasting lastingfrom laatIacrom lastingfrom
from rom S oclock until late m In the evening eveningGreen eventqGreen eveningGreen
Green and white blte were the colors carried carriedout carriedout carriedout
out in the decorations palms ranged rangedagainst 1aD rangedagainst d dagainst
against the walls making naaJdn < < a background backgroundfor
for huge clusters of Bride roses roae and other otherdelicate othercate otherdelicate
delicate cate blossoms which with ferns fernsbanked femabaRked fernsbanked
banked the mantels and occupied all allavailable ana allavailable
available a lable space ace An orchestra placed be behind bebind behind ¬
hind a bower of palms Ima sounded the first flrststrains I firststrains 1It 1Itatralna
strains of the wedding march promptly promptlyat promptlat
at the appointed hour and the bride bridecorted escorted es escorted ¬
corted by her father entered the draw drawingroom drawiqroom drawlogroom ¬
ingroom and proceeded through an aisle aisleformed aisleformed aisleformed
formed by white ribbons held by Mr MrDrew MrDrew lr lrDre
Drew Dre Graflus Graft of New York and Mr 1 W WFrederick WFrederick WFrederick
Frederick IlolUman her brother brotherThe brotberThe brotherThe
The ceremony was u performed rfonned at an im improvised improvised n nprovtaed ¬
provised altar of white wbJt satin placed In Inthe Inthe inthe
the bow window indo which was a veritable veritablebower veritablebower I Ibower
bower of cut flowers dowena and d tall stately statelypalms atatelypalma statelypalms
palms Rev T D D Clark of Virginia Virginiaan YlrJl nla nlaan
an uncle u cle of the bride was w the officiatingclergyman officiating officiatingclergyman o lclaUn lclaUncJelKJ1lllUt < <
clergyman and her only attendant was wasMiss wasX wasMiss
Miss X Janet Spencer of New York Mr MrClarence KrC1are MrClarence
C1are Clarence ce A Weymouth was u his brothers brothersbest brother brotherbe8t brothersbest
best man The wedding weddln < < gown was a su superb trUperb anperb ¬
perb imported Impor ed robe of Irish crochet lace laceon laceon laceon
on filet over a foundation of accordion accordionpleated aecor accordionpleated lon lonpleated
pleated chiffon built oa taffeta tUre l and fash fashioned ruhIoned fashioned ¬
ioned on 01 simple empire lines showing the theexquisite theexqul theexquisite
exquisite exqul ite and graceful pattern of the lace laceThe laceThe laceThe
The wedding w we ding 11II veil of rare old lace a afamily aramUy afamily
family heirloom was w caught with a dia diamond diamond diamond ¬
mond horseshoe a gift of the bride bridegroom brideKroom bridegroom ¬
groom and a shower of Miles JUte of the val vaJley valley valley
ley completed the costume The maid of ofhonor ofhonor ofhonor
honor wore a gown own of nile green liberty libertysatin llbert llbertaUn libertysatin
satin made in princess prince e style handsomely handsomelytrimmed handomelytrimmed handsomelytrimmed
trimmed with gold lace 1a on Slat Her Herbouquet Herbouquet Herbouquet
bouquet was w a shower of Bridesmaidroses Bridesmaid Bridesmaidroses BrideemaJdlOII
roses lOII After the reception r ption Mr fr and Mrs MrsWeymouth MrsWeymouth Ira IraWeymouth
Weymouth left lef fr f fer > r Weyinonths eYI1Outha cot cottage cotInnermOllt cottage ¬
tage Innermost In the Adirondackswhere Adirondacks Adirondackwhere Adirondackswhere
where the honeymon will ill be t spent nent Later LaterMr Latrlr LaterMr
Mr lr Weymouth will take his bride to toRockwood toRockwood toRockwood
Rockwood Club near Oil City Pa to tospend tospend tospend
spend the summer going to Europe some IIOmeL
L
time In the autumn where Mrs Irs Weymouth Wey Weymouth Weymoutb ¬
mouth will ill make her debut hi Inra grand grandopera grandopera
operaMrs opera operaMrs ra rairs
Mrs irs Weymouths going KOI away gown waa waaa waaa wasa
a suit of dark blue broadcloth with simple simpletrimming tlmpietrimming mple mpletrlmmlnc
trimming of bands of apple green D satin satinunder satinunder tin tinUDder
under ecru Slat and a hat of ecru straw strawi tltrawhlch strawwhich
i which hlch was one large pink rose and an anarrangement analTlUlllD1ent anarrangement
arrangement of black moire ribbon ribbonAmong ribbonAmonl ribbonAmong
Among the outoftown guests were Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorae MrsGeorge
George Weymouth mother moth of the bride bridegroom brideIfOOm bridegroom ¬
groom and his sister Miss Grace Wey Weymouth Weymouth Weymouth ¬
mouth of Oil City Pa Miss Spence of ofI ofNew f fNew
I New York and Mr Drew Graflus GraflusMiss GraftuaMille GrafiusBias
Miss Abby Barker Warn daughter of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs Gilbert Warn W and Mr MrLloyd MrLloyd MrLloyd
Lloyd Stanley Tenny were married at atthe atthe atthe
the residence of the bride in Rhode RhodeIsland RhodfIland RhodeIsland
Island avenue yesterday afternoon at S Soclock Ioclock Soclock
oclock Only a limited number of friends friendsand trlfttdand friendsand
and the relatives of the bride and an4brk1 an4brk1puom bride bridegroom bridegroom
groom witnessed the ceremony which was waspronounced waspronounced
pronounced by Rev Dr Greene pastor pastorof put putof patterof
of Calvary Calva Baptist Church A profusion profusionof
of palms and other ot1u > r foliage made the thesetting tbesettlq thesetting
setting for an artistic arrangement arraneem nt of ofyellow ofyellow ofyellow
yellow marguerites which were ere used in indecorating 1Ddecor Indecorating
decor decorating tfn to carry out the color scheme schemeThe IICbemeThe schemeThe
The brid bride was given away by her fatherand father fatherand fatlMrand
and her maid of honor and only onl attend attendant attebdant attendant ¬
ant was Miss Mabel K Kent nt Mr Garret GarretSmith GarretSmith GarretSmith
Smith of New York was best man Miss MissAileen KI8IIAileen MissAileen
Aileen Willett of Newport News Va Vawho Vawho Vawho
who is the house guest t of Mr and MrsWarn Mrs MrsWarn MnWarn
Warn played the wedding wecldt march as the thebride tilebride thebride
bride approached the Improvised IlDptOvis altar altarThe altarThe altarThe
The bridal gown was a Japanese Japan robe ro of ofwhite ofhite ofwhite
white hite embroidered tulle over white satin satinA aatlnA satinA
A wreath of orange blossoms caught the theveil theveil theveil
veil which fell in graceful aceful folds to the thehem thehem thebeen
hem of the court train and the bride bridecarried bridecarried bridecarried
carried a large cluster of white hite sweet sweetpeas lIWeetpeaL sweetpeas
peas The maid of honor wore a simple simpleaad simpleand tmpletel
and tel dainty gown own of white dotted mull mullover mullOfti mullover
over taffeta she carried a bouquet of ofyellow 0 0e ofyellow
yellow e ow marguerites and wore a soft girdle girdleof pnlleof girdleof
of the Mme earn shade of yellow which gave gavean pvean gavean
an empire effect to the gown gownAmong IOwnArnonl gownAmong
Among the outoftown guests were wereMr wereMr wereMr
Mr and Mrs Mn Tenny T nn of New York par parents pereno parents ¬
ents of the bridegroom and Miss Mary MaryWarn MaryWarn MaryWarn
Warn and Miss Marie Warn of Paines Palnesville Painesvtlle PainesrUle
rUle Ohio Immediately after the wed wedding weddllll wedding ¬
ding a reception tlon was held The wedding weddingparty weddlncparty weddingparty
party was assisted by Miss II Harriet Snow SnowMiss 800 800MI SnowMiss
Miss MI Clare Brant the Misses Jli es Berry Miss MissGertrude MbaGertrude MdseGertrude
Gertrude Moore Miss Alice Hatch Miss MissLa JlIBSLa MissLa
La Port MiA Loula Ballenger Miss MissMildred K MicaMildred a aMOdred
Mildred Penile Miss Margaret K t MartinMiss Martin MartinMiss
Miss 11 Mary Shallenberger Shallenber < < er Miss MIs Edith EdithEverett EdithEerett EdithEverett
Everett Miss Jessie Loucks Miss MissMarion KIa KIaMarton MuseMarion
Marion Gardner Miss Xl Louise Loul e Veer Veerhoff YHrhoft Veerhoff
hoff Miss Arline Dufour Mrs Ira Charles CharlesParker CharlesParker CharlesParker
Parker Mrs in Lewis Payson and Mrs MrsHorace II IIHorace MrsHorace
Horace Jacobs all young friends of the thebride tbebride thebride
bride Mrs Tenny wore a most becom becoming becomIng ¬
ing 11 gown IO < < n of black lace and Mrs Warnmother Warn Warnmother Warnmother
mother of the bride also 1110 wore a hand handsome haldIIOme handsome ¬
some gown wn of the same material mat eial Mrs MrsVeerhoff 111 111Yeerholf MrsVeerhoff
Veerhoff a sister of the bride and re recently re recently recently ¬
cently married was among the guests guestsand cu guestsand sts stsand
and wore a dainty frock of white organ organdie ollaflI organdie ¬
die Mr and Mrs In Tenny Tenn left early in inthe Inthe Inthe
I the evening for a wedding trip after
I
I FOR
I IJUNE 1JUNE
I IWE
JUNE BRIDES BRIDESE
WE 7E E NOW have avc on exhibition many manyrare manyrare manyl
I V rare and beautiful articles designed designedespecially designedespecially designedespecially l
especially for those desiring wed wedding wedding wedding ¬
ding gifts of exceptional individuality anddistinctiveness and anddistinctiveness anddistinctiveness
distinctiveness In this collection are numerous nu numerous numerous ¬
merous pieces of which there are no dupli duplicates duplicates duplicates ¬
cates thus making makin them of greater value to togiver togiver togiver
giver and recipient Special attention is iscalled iscalled i s scalled
called to the displays of ofRare ofRare ofare
Rare are Gems GemsFine GemsFine ems emsFine
Fine Diamonds DiamondsArtistic DiamondsArtistic J JArtistic
Artistic Jewellery JewellerySterling J Jewelleryt ewellerySilverware
t Sterling Silverware SilverwareRich SilverwareI
I Rich is Cut Glass GlassEstablished GlassGALT ass assBROS
GALT BROEstablished BRO BROSEstablished
Established Over a Century Centuryi CenturyJewellers CenturyJewellers CenturyJewellers
i
Jewellers Silversmiths Stationers StationersI
1107 Penna Avenue i
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which they return to Washington an anremain And Andremain andremain <
remain through throu the summer at the h6m h6mof h home homeof me meo
of o th the brides bride parents In the autumn autumMr autumnfr autumnMr
Mr fr and Mrs Tenny will go to 0 Florida Floridfor Floridafor Floridafor
for the winter winterMiss winterIM winterMiss
Miss > > IM Clara Gagler 0 and Mr lr J Thorns ThornsTabler TboIDuTabler ThomasTablet
Tabler were w < < e married yesterday r tentq Monti Montiat 8101IIIat imrisfag imrisfagat
at 14 oclock at the parsonage par + OnaZe of th thImmaculate the theImmaculate theImmaculate
Immaculate Conception Co ception Church Rev ReiArbrose ReyArbroee RevArbroee
Arbroee Beavers Bea officiating otIclat No cat cattv cards canIaWIt cardswer
WIt tv < fanned for the t wedding and only onlyemail a asnlll asmall
email gathering ptl erlnc of relatives of the brtt brttuhl bride brideaL brideii
uhl aL ii 1 bridegroom was present pr ent The wed wedJiiiC wedJji weddu
Jji JiiiC gown was a white tailored suit an ansoft and andstt andx
x < soft crepe de chine blouse combine combinewiii combtMdI
wiii w I lace l A black neapolitan poJitan ha hai bat battr hattmed
i tr tmed ii i Me ed with ltb pink IDk roses completed tfc tfcime the theun theare
< are un Mr and Mrs Tabler left tow town town townIInedlateIJ townIIIIIedistety
mediately n i after the wedding for foryraoon a aI aI
I 1 yraoon trip to Boston by sea an anir and andi
ir i f r n > their return will take up their real realU lIIi lIIin realu
U noe n e on Clifton street streetThe streetIlle streetThe
The British Ambassador A and MrsBryce M MBryce Mn MnBrye
Bryce entertained Informally h orma1l7 at Mi Milast dinner iIIDMJlaat dinnerlast
last night at the Embassy Em compliment complimentto oo oompttmeatary oompttmeataryto apUmeatary apUmeataryto
to Prof WUltgradoff < < of Oxford Ualver Ualversity U Usity Uahersity
sity
Mrs Ira Sharp barJl wife of Commander Co unander Alex Alexander Alexander Alexander
ander Sharp was W hostess at a bride psYt psYtyesterday PtJestmJa1 patty pattyyesterday
yesterday afternoon at her home In U Unavy tIe OJena tIenavy <
navy na v yard yardi yardMr
i Mr 1 Sol Peyser Pe of Newport News Va Vaspent VapeDt Vaspent
spent peDt a few Ie days a ra In the city the guest o ohis ot othis ofhis
his mother Mrs X W Peyser Pe eC C V street streetMr atnetdr stestMr
Mr dr Simon Kaiser XaJ er of 011 Indianapolis lid Indwas Wwu lidwas
was a recent IeCeft visitor to the city cityI cityMra cityMrs
I Mrs Simon Nana of Belmont rout GU en ent Mtrtalnecl ot
t trtalnecl named the Afternoon Bridge Whist Whisflub Whisti Whisttlub
i flub at her residence Tuesday afternoon atteraooai atteraooaMr afternoonMr afternoonMr
i
Mr and Mrs In Jack Kosminefcr and a little Utilson Btue Btuen littleson
son n Jack Laurie La of York PL P L were li lithe IA IAthe Inthe
the city catty Wednesday en route roII to Memphis MemphisTenn MemphilTenn XpbJsTenD
Tenn TenDMr TennMr r rMr
Mr and Mrs In W F Roberts of ofClifton aa aaClifton 111EClifton
Clifton street gave a reception last enD eventing ev evIng enDIng
Ing from i to 11 In celebration of tl tltwentyfifth the thet thetwentyfifth
twentyfifth t anniversary fIl rf their wed wedding wedding wedding
ding The specious rooms and hallway o otheir of oftheir oftheir
their handsome hand o te residence re ldenoe wer w were effectlvel effectlveldecorated etreetiveIFdecorated etfectlvelydecorated
decorated with palms and pink and white whitpeonies whitepeon1e whitepeonies
peonies this color scheme being carried carrieiout carriedt carriedout
out t In the decorations of the entire firs firsfloor tintftoor firstdoor
floor except excep In the diningroom which whiclwas wblchwu whichwas
was entirely in pink Ferns formed i ibackground a abackcrouad abackground
background for the blossoms whiclbanked which wblcbbanked whichbeaked
banked the mantels and smilax and andpa as asparagus asparagus
paragus pa vines doe arched the doorways Mrs MrsRoberts MrsRoberts In InRobert
Roberts wore an imported gown of whit whitlace white whitepl1fteeae whiteIeee
lace princes pl1fteeae and duchess being th thpatterns the thepatterns thepatterns
patterns used u d and a d a shower of Bride Bridroses BrideIOIIeII Bride Brideroses
roses and lilies of the valley completed completethe completedthe completedthe
the becoming toilet Assisting Mrs Roberts Rob Roberta Robycite ¬
cite were her h sister Mrs M H 8 Hurlbut Hurlbutof Hurlbqtof Hurlbutof
of Cleveland Ohio who is at present hei heihouse her herhouse herhouse
house guest gu t her daughter Mies l1aa Edna EdniRoberts EduRoberUt EdnaRoberts
Roberts and Miss M Herroa Miss Jlt WestMiss West WestMiss WealJI
Miss JI s Wells Miss Sylvester and the tluMiMes theJl the theMisses
MiMes Jl Scbaffer all friends of 0 Jflse Rob Roberts Robert Roberie
erie ert
ertsMr Mr and Mrs Roberts were married b bWashington III IIIWaahlngtOD inWashington
Washington at All Souls Church and andhave andhave and andhave
have always made their home here The Thebare They Theybaw Theyhave
bare two children eb n a son and ad a daughter daughterA
A wedding weddJnc of Interest hatere late t to Washingtonians Washingtonianswas Waahlagtr1 Waahlagtr1ras
was ras celebrated yesterday at the home o oMrs of ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Paul Cook Woodruff at Auburn AuburnN
N Y when beta her niece Miss JI Franc FrancBcardstey Frances FrancesBeardsley I IJkaJdadey
Bcardstey Andrews became the wife o oMr of ofMr I
Mr Robert Hollister Chapman of tW tWcity tb tbcity this thiscity
city The bride who won wo > a princess princessgown prlnceneJOwn princeesegown
gown of white satin Un trimmed with point polnlace pointlace pointlace
lace was given wn away aw by her h r brother Mr MrWilliam Mrwun MrWilliam
William wun WbI Whiting Andrews Andre There were wereno wereno wereno
no attendant atte at Mr and Mrs In Chapman Chapmaiwill ChapmanwUI Chapmanwill
will sail next week to spend the summer summeiabroad WDUDelabroad summerabroad
abroadThe abroad abroadThe abroadI
I The members of the Octagon PIe Pleasn PleasnClub s ure ureClub re reClub
Club will 01 give a dance at the Meroanti MeroantiClub JilenantlleClub MereantileClub
Club June U I complimentary to Miss LJ1 LJ1llan LIllian LnIfan
llan Cobteuer before her departure rt to toEurope for forE1I1OP8 forEurope
E1I1OP8XIsI EuropeMss Europe EuropeMiss
Miss Mote IUt t Sorosk of Baltimore Is tl tlguest tM tMpst theguest
guest of Mis Miss Sarah Sa Levy LevyMr 1AvFMr LevyMr
Mr and Him 1 Henry C Breslau ar ardaughter and aactdauatater anddaughter
daughter CarUne are located for tl tlsummer the tbel1UDaIftt thesummer
l1UDaIftt summer at Dre Dresden Ieft Hall Takoma Park ParkMrs Parktin ParkMrs
Mrs tin 1 Baruch te visiting la New Tor Torth York Yotktbl Yorkt1W
th t1W < pert of her sister Miss Hester Callbber Cal CalUsher CallIIher
Usher UsherDr lIIherDr lbberDr
Dr and Mrs n James Jam Richard Tubman Tubmacelebrated Tubmancelebrated Tubmancelebrated
celebrated the fifteenth anniversary o otheir of ofth oftheir
their th wedding W last night at a reception receptloiwhich recepUonwhleb receptionwhich
which they gave at their home in Etev Eteventb E1e E1eDth Elesnth
entb Dth street Quantities of palms placed placethrough placedtbrou placedthrough
through tbrou < < b the drawingrooms of their at attractive 3ttrcSCUve attractive
tractive home formed a background for fotclusters torc1U11tera forclusters
clusters of carnations a 1 ad other blossoms blossomsMrs bIouomaMrs blossomsMrs
Mrs Tubman in a handsome toilette of ofprtnresae ofprIoce ofprincess
prIoce princess e lace cat in princess princesseee stlecome4 style wet welcomed wetcorned ¬
corned the guests and she and Dr Tub Tubman Tubman
I man were ere assisted in receiving reeetYin by b Mm n G OWallace GWallace GWallace
Wallace Simpson 8ImpeonOf of Philadelphia and andMrs an4I andMrs
Mrs T 1L Hayes of this city elt Mrs MrsSimpson JIraSlmpeOD YrsSimpe
I Simpe Simpson n was becomingly gowned In black blacklace blacklaceo blacklace
lace and Mrs Hayes wore a robe of ofwhite ofwhlt ofwhite
white whlt laceIn lace laceIn laceIn
In the diningroom the color scheme of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the decorations was pink and green clus clusters clusters clueten ¬
ters of pink carnations and ferns and andpalms andpalm andpalms
palms carrying out the colors Presiding Presidinghere Presidinghere
I here were Mrs Irs Howard Gqtt of Cleveland ClevelandPark ClevelandI ClevelandPark
Park gowned WDed In pale blue crepe de chine chineand chineand chineand
I and lace la assisted by Miss MI Lillah Paxton Paxtoaand Pastonand Paxtonand
and Miss Florence Davies Miss Jl III Paxton Paxtonsgown PaxtonI Paxlonsgown
I gown was a princesse prnCNllle lingerie robe and andMiss andI andMiss
Miss lIS Davies also wore a dainty lingerie lingerieown liDprteI lingeriegown
I I gown own An n orchestra played throughout throughoutthe
i the evening fvenln Among the guests were weremany wereI
I I many of the doctors colleagues COn ApfS Host Hosttnd Ho Hostand t tI
I and hostess h oteSll were the recipients of many manybeautiful touybeautiful manybeautiful
beautiful presentsMrs presents presentsMrs preaentI
I Mrs f rs Burden Bur an of r England who has hasien h hasbeen
I been visiting her sister Mrs M Joseph Hobson Hob Hobson HobI
son at her home in N street left Wash Worthington Washington WaabIngton ¬
I ington yesterday for New eA York where she shewill shewill be beI
I will make a series ties of visits before sailing sailingfor aIIIneEngiand sailingfor
for England Mrs Ira Burdan is the mother motherf IDOtherof motherof
of > f Mrs F Marion l rlOR Crawford wife lft of the thelovelist theI thenovelist
novelistMrs novelist novelistt lovelistMrs
I
Mrs tlll Clarence Cla Edwards will leave town townhe townthe townthe
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the he fit of the week for her country place placeit placeat placeat
at it Niagara where Wb she be will be Joined later latery laterby laterby
by > y Brig Gen Edwards EdwardsMr Edw EdwMr EdwardsMr
Mr and Mrs ha Edward S Dreyfus Drey of ofYaynesboro ofWaynesboro f fI
I Yaynesboro Pa were leave ere the guests pee of Mrs MrsE MraI MrsE
I E E A Steibel of Eighteenth street streetThe streetI
I
The congregation < < UOft of the Eighth Street StreetTemple StreetTemple treet
I Temple will give a picnic IIen1c for the Sunday Sundayschool SUndayschool Sundayschool
school June 24 at Chesapeake Beach BeachMarquise BeachI BeachThe
I The lion Ion Mind laud hauneefote uncefote who M has haabeen hasbeen
been makln making a series ene of VisIts here this thisI thisseason
season is now the guest of the Misses IlIsaesPatten MissesPatten
Patten at their home in Massachusetts Massachusettsavenue aMaebUllettsa
I
a avenue avenueMarquis enue enuei
i Marquise Clara Lanza La left town yester yestermy naterday yesterday
day my for New York where she will remain remainor
I I for or a short time before going to 0 Atlantic AtlanticMty AtlanticI AtlanticQty
I City Mty She will be Joined at the latter latterlace latterI latterplace
place lace by her son Capt Conrad Lana of ofhe ofI ofthe
I the he Artillery Corps who has been ala staioned ItaI
I i I tinned at Newport NewportJustice NewportI NewportJustice
I
I Justice and Mrs Ira White have taken a atome aI ahouse
I house tome near r Toronto for the summer sad sadxpect aadj endexpect
j expect to leave the city to a short bort time lbneI
to 0 remain until the be autumn autumnMr I fMr
I I
Mr Albert Oetiinger OeWn er of Baltimore was wasn W WIn wasin
I
In n town for a few days daysMiss daysMiss I
I Miss Hibbs Hi has returned from a visit visito sIt sItto
to o New York of several veraI weeks duration durationmd IIUI1 durationand hm hmand
i and md has Joined her parents Mr and andtire and andIrs andMrs
Mrs tire W K Hibbs at the Shoreham ShorehamThey ShorebamTbey ShorehamI ShorehamThey
They will 111 remain here until the th middle middleJune micI4JeI midgeiune
I
I June flip Month of AVediHti AVediHtiAHi lyeddlags lyeddlagsWill tlhlhl tlhlhlI
I Will find Downeys stvllsh fyn h rarria rra s in inarfI n nr ncrrtlr
arfI crrtlr r > itr t I lemI l lpmt1ol mnriii ad than < Vi 1 H Krili til tirri I Irn lrniln IrnL
iln L t 1 I Ifs b tf bb bLlH ttl y 0 h 1 i iJ
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of this month when they will go rO to toCarlhelm toCarlheim i
Carlhelm near Leesburg Lbu the placeMr place placeMr
Mr fr and Mrs frs Hibbs have occupied the thepast tbeput thepast
past two seasons seasonsDr IIeIIIIO eeaaoneDr I IDr
Dr and Mrs Wilfred M Barton are arcspending areneIIa arespending
spending neIIa a fortnight at Atlantic Cltjr CltjrDaring Clt Citrl I
Daring their stay Dr Barton will attend attendihe attendtbe attendthe
the meeting of the American Medical MedicalAssociation MedicalA80datton MedicalAssociation
Association AssociationMr A80dattonlr AssociationMr
Mr lr and and Mrs Qua Wallersteln Wal n and Miss MissRlcca MissRica In InRicCa
Rica WaUereteto spatd neat Decoration Day DayIn DayIn Dayin
In Richmond Va VaMrs Valifts a aMn
Mrs M Held aad Mr A Horwltz of ofNewark ofNewark ofNewark
Newark N J wer wets recent guests ueeta of ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs M Ehrttcb EhrttcbMiss EhrlichMiss I
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Miss Ethel Wyeth Cowls has returned returnedfrom returnedfrom turnfd I
from a stay hi Baltimore where here she shetfstted shevisit he heY1Ited
visit tfstted d Mn In Herbert Carter of London LondonMrs LondonMn LondonMrs
Mrs Carter will 111 sail foeEngland June J Me 4 4Mr 4Mr I IXr
Mr Sara Hart returned Wednesday Wednead from fromaa tromextaded fromas
aa extended Western trip tripMrs DipMrs
I
Mrs Ire C Roseawald and son of Las LasVegas LasY LasVegas
Vegas Y K Mex are th the guests of Mr Mrand Mrand
and lld Mrs Oppenbelwer o of Twelfth street streetMrs atreetIn streetYrs
Mrs In E Eo A Stietwl 8 ebe of Eighteenth hteeaUt street streetwill streetwill
will sail June Ju 4 1 from New York for a atwo atwo atwo
two months trip abroad abroadThe abroadThe abroadThe
The engagement e t was announced during duringthe durlnsthe duringthe
the week of Miss f Rosalie l1e Lesser of Au Augusta Au8uata Augusta ¬
gusta Ga and Mr lr Loua Lou Lout BcharfC of ofMacon ofKacon ofMacon
Macon Ga Miss I Lesser has many manyfriends manyfr1e manyfriends
friends fr1e dl In this tb city aa she has made fre frequent frequent Irequent ¬
quent visits here the guest p Bt of Miss Sadie SadieSilver Sadie81lver SadieSliver
Silver of New Hampshire avenue avenueMrs avenueIn avenueMrs
Mrs In Allan Gflmour and her daughters daughtersthe dauchterlthe daughtersthe
the Misses Gilmour left town yesterday yesterdayfor yeterdayfor Htfrdayfor
for Detroit where they will spend the theMr tbe8UIIUIIV thesummer
summer 8UIIUIIVMt summerMr
Mr and Mr Mrs In Arthur JUI li Herschel rach l of New NewTurk NewYork NewYork
York have com i to t WablD Washington < < ton to live liveand liveand liveand
and an at present tocattd at the Mended Men Mendota Menlr
dota dotaMr dedMr
Mr lr and Mm n Them HMNMW Jttfgs and Miss MissKiggs MissRipe llss llssRIIP
Ripe have closed their home here in S 8street StItnet Sstreet
street and COM to Bloc Ridge Summit for fortb for11IIIUMt forthe
tb the summer trammerThe 11IIIUMtThe summerThe
The choir of th the Eastern Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church will assist tie pastor at the thewrvlce thlservice theservice
service this evening nen which will SU be de devoted devoted devoted ¬
voted to the life aad works of Felix FelixMendelssohnBarthoidy FelixMendelssohnBartholdy < elix elixendelsaohnButltoldy
MendelssohnBarthoidy Dr Easton will willgive wl1liTe wiIgive
give a sketch of 0 Mendelssohns life and andthe andthe andthe
the music will bs from his compositions compositionsMiss com compositionsMiss tlon tlonMI
Miss MI Sacrey will play the overture from from8t from8t fromSt
8t Paul for tli the organ prelude MissGullet Miss MissOulick MillsGulick
Gullet will sing DC But the Lord is Mind Mindful Mindful ind indful ¬
ful of His Own at the offertory O < < ertory and the thechoir th thchotr thechoir
choir will sins 81ft < < the second cantata As Asthe Asthe 5 5the
the Hart Pants Miss If Mabel Benzhr Benzhrand Benxi r rand rand
and Mr lr W E Abbott win assist Ist The Tlvchoir Thcboir Thechoir
choir Is composed of Miss J u Hansen so suprano soprano soprano ¬
prano Miss GuUck contralto Mr M W S gDouglass SDen SDouglass
Douglass Den and Mr W H Webb tenors tenorsand tenor tenoraDd tenorand
and Mr Russet Q Abbott barytone barytoneMr barytoneMr barytoneMr
Mr and Mr lira M Men It w wer were r In Phila Pheladelphla Philadelphia Phlladelpbla ¬
delphia last week M the guests ts of rela relaMr relaU relaJlr relatives <
tives tivesMr U
Mr andaa and Mrs Ralph Bal Goldstein of Mo Mobile Mobile 0 0b11e ¬
bile Ala are at the Arlington Hotel en enroute I Iroute jroute
route to the Jamestown JaIMet wn Exposition ExpositionMiss
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Miss Alice Barth of Rhode Island ave avenue ¬
nue Is m ba Baltimore for a a few days daysMrs 4 4IIrs daysMrs
Mrs Isadore Koehler and Miss Corinne CorinneA I
A Koehler of Fort Smith Ark are in inthe Intile Inthe
the city dt for a abort visit visitMr visitMr
Mr 1 and Mrs Samuel Rothschilds are arenow arenow arenow
now located In their new home on T Tstreet Tatreet Tstreet
street between Seventeenth and Eigh Eighteenth EllhteeDth Eighteenth ¬
teenth teenthThe teeDthThe teenthThe
The Spworth League Iea L ague < < ue of Mount Vernon VernonPlace YernonPIIee VernonPiece
Place Methodist Episcopal Church South Southgave Southpve Southgave
gave a Daisy Social In the lectureroom lectu lectureroomof room roomof j jof
of th tbs church Tuesday evening The en entertalnt entertainment j jtertatanwnt
tertatanwnt was under un er the direction of ofthe oftile offthe
the third vice president Miss 111 Julia JuliaPierce JuliaPIe 1 1Pierce
Pierce PIe and Miss ao Louise Kephart chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man of the tb social committee and marks marksanother markanother marksanother
another success for these < entertainers entertainersThe entlrtalnerlThe entertainersThe
The room was w lavishly IavlabJ decorated with withdasies withdules withdaMes
daMes and the colon were carried out outm outIn outhi
m In the dresses of the atria The room roomwas roomwas roomwas
was well filled and the evening was wasaltogether as asaltoptlwr j jaltogether
altogether very pleasant one The T pro programme prowas proNora ¬
gramme gra graP > was presided wed over by Dr Clifton CliftonP
P Clark president ot 0 the league le and andwas andwas andwas
was as follows followlIou followsRedfatMm j jBcdUtioo
BcdUtioo ou the Defer f aiIJ is Miss 1 Glenn 0 Glemie TtMlinm TtMlinmTfc8n T TTinI1a TasllarmYittin <
Tfc8n trio Ereaisf Mar BUM Wpm fans UngVooU LallioeaJ fansti
ti VooU cal sale ao Mania I Hew Mn L 1 U EL Joac JoacVeettattoB Jonetiee leers leersIteeitstkn
VeettattoB tiee TUfaf u KImtar JCIIft r Xfa Mary JUrjof XarJeta Maryvsa1
Veal eta hob s Brcet BrcetMiekeL t baaok of DsWM D shirt Iiet Kill Mark MarkMMel > > arir arirJlilftL
MiekeL MiekeLttmo JlilftLIiaao MMelPiss
Piss vie doVocal MftMeV Miss < t Mta Stennte TmUteean TbahssesYawl TmUteeanVocal
Vocal iota 8b I ems IJ lfc to 8ke Irsp Mr tVreao tVreaofis PiaIuDJIbIIIb lieramRs
Rs fis Minndr as BsffccsaV Dr M K 8ileac KVoad BVeal
ileac ileacYtsi
Veal isle Mu Mar Taw hem Ms Mia Yasc1A Jfasek JfasekA xetA
A great deal d t of fun was bat bad by telling tellingthe tellingthe tellingthe
the fortunes of the audience by means of ofa ofbuae ofa
a huge daisy I and many startling revela revelations revelations revelafloes ¬
tions were re made Refreshments were wereserved were8Hnd wereserved
served servedThe 8HndThe servedThe
The District DI b1et of Columbia Division of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United Colt Daughters of the be Confederacy Confederacywill
will 11 give a reception at the Arlington ArlingtonHotel ArliftltonHotel ArlingtonHotel
Hotel June 7 complimentary to the presi president preIdent president ¬
dent general erat of the order Mrs Ira Liszie LiszieHenderson LlnleGeorge LeineGeorge
George Henderson HendersonMr Hendel1lCllLMr HendersonMr
Mr and line > > d Leo F 1 Harburger Harbu lr of ofuebk o oPUfbIo ofPuebto
PUfbIo > uebk > Coin who wen married in that thitr thlteIty thatcity
city r May M t are re spending PtIMIIa < < their hell honey hontyoon boneymOOD honeymoon
mOOD oon in the city cityThe dayThe
I
The Phoenix Club will five a bus party partyo partyto partyto
to o Great Fee June 23 Instead of the theIver theriver I Irive
river rive outing which had been previously previouslyimaged ptIowdarraqed 1
imaged arraqediIIt arrangedMr imagedMr
Mr and lid lies II Carl Carl Auerbach have returned re returned ¬
turned from a visit to Norfolk Va VaMr VaMr VaMr
Mr Henry Adler Ak has returned returned from fromine fromAsheville rom
Asheville ine i K C and sj Is the guest of his hUoghter hisdausbter hisdaughter
daughter oghter Mrs In Joseph Abel AbelThe AbelThe AbelThe
The Council of Jewish Women will give givepicnic KlvepIcn1eat givea
a picnic pIcn1eat at Marshall anhalt Hall June 17 17Miax IiJill 17Ills
Miax Jill Ills Rita Wotferman of Streator ill illho mwho Illwho
who ho has keen the guest of Mrs Ire Sidney Sidneyteisenstein SidneyHetSMISt SidneyRefsenstein
teisenstein HetSMISt n of tel the Dupont left Friday Fridayor Fridaytor Fridayfor
for or New York for a visit Jalt to Mr lr and andArs andIn andMrs
Mrs Ars Isadore I dore Saks SaksOn S SaksOn 8 8On
On the tie evening eTfftln < < of 0 May 31 the members membersf mEmbe membersof
0 of f the Jack and DCI Jill Crab were guests uests of ofCr ofMr ofMr
Mr Cr and Mrs Robert E Bragg 1102 1102forth 11 11North 11mNorth
North Capitol street where th thy y were wereeltghtfnlly werOdeUchtfnJly weredelightfully
delightfully entertained The Tt > prcgramme prcgrammeomprised pn programmecomprised ramlflp ramlflpcomprt
comprised comprt ed vocal and instrumental selee seleelons Iflectlona seleetioas
lons tioas original stories problem games gamesTbe o ohe eThe
The he prizes prl were awarded to Messr W F Fteed FReed FReed
Reed teed W R Ross no and A Moore Fes Fesoons Festoot < f8 f8toona
toona toot oons a of daisies and roses added to the theeauty th thbeauty thebeauty
beauty eauty of the diningroom where a buffet buffetunch bufetluncb buffetlunch
unch lunch was aa served servedThe BeedThe servedThe
The members of the Serenades one of ofWashingtons ofWaabinctona ofWashington
Washington a pleasure clubs accom accomanied aceompanled ecompanted ¬
panted anied by many of c their friends and Mrs Mrsda MrsIda 1111 1111Ida
Ida da B Boyne and airs 1L f J H Aoadale as asrhaperons aschaperon aschaperons
chaperon went on an outing on May Mayto May3A y yto
3A to Great Falls Fal Va The The trip was a made madea madein tradein
in a a chartered car which left Washing Washington Wuidnlfton Washington ¬
ton ton at 939 a m The car was s beautifully beau beauIfully beauUfuny
Ifully decorated with nags and the club clubolors clubcolon clubcolon
colon of old rose awl gray After din diner dlnr dinner ¬
ner er r the members IMmf en of the club went ent to the thean theball theball
ball an grounds where to the enjoyment of oflarge ofa ofa
a large crowd a game of baseball was wasilayed wasplayed wasplayed
played with the Kolonlals a club com comosed compo consposed
po posed osed ed of t young you ladles lacJl The game was wasuite wasquite as asquite
quite uite interesting Inter tJnK for an inning or two twout tw I Ibut
but ut the boys boy soon overwhelmed the Ko holonials Komials i illontall
llontall lonials mials and at the end of the game gam theyhad they theyad theyhad
had ad scored 31 runs as against 4 t for th thel thelgirls j jrte
girls rte Supper was served at 6 oclockCGerfU oclock oclockc i iHrliUx
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