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* The Evening Journal Largest Paid Circulation Today's News Today » 7 I ,;,i u 9 Sv ft 'I K # 1 ■ ß vW> àli -3 ki$ 112 V:: ■-V yt-J ! jggiÆSkgj SJI toffcrr: Pdi riéi(B b An enjoyable party wee (riven by 1 Mr. and MVa, W. J. Simmons. 1814 Bowers street, Thursday evening, for their little daughter, Delphine, at which a number of her friends | were present. The time was spent in singing, dancing and playing j games. Refreshments were served. | Those present were: Elmer Small- ! wood. Alvin Dixon, Thomas Tuiner, Harry Downham, Andrew Kreck, ! Willard TheJman. Charles Mlllman, Joe Bromley. Alfred Conoway, Dick Bromley. Joe ami Hunter Cave, Win- ; field and Reed Warrington. Florence and Howard Snyder, Francis Pratt, William Lee, Harry. William and I George SimmoAs, Marie Mlllman. Alma end Lenora Parks, Nettle and Pauline Smallwood, Regina Thell- j man. Ellen Brom'ey. Violet Bromley. Mary Waldron. Sarah Silver. Helen and Mary Garyantes, Margaret Garyantes. Dolly Keller. Dorothy j Lowe. Alice Wolf, Hazel Phillips. Louise Garyantes, Elizabeth, Del phine and Virginia Simmons, A masquerade party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cochran, on the Lincoln Highway, last Saturday evening. The evening was spent in dancing,and music. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. | Francia Cochran, Mr. and Mrs. E. Spencer Cochran, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cochran, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davis. Mr. and Mrs. William Tlbbltt, Mrs. Theresa Davis, Mrs. Anna Tlbbltt, Mr. and Mrs. William Springer, Mr. and Mrs. William Clark, of Wll Wllllam Tlllott. Jr.. Mrs. Myers, Elea mington. Harry Willis, nor Myers, Violet Springer, Mr. and Mrs. William Davis, Mr. and Mrs, Elwood Buckmaster, Hanna Willis. Olive Wortz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, Audrey Davis, Linford Buck master, William Cochran, Alwllda Coohran, William Sutton, Nellie Wheatley. Lawrence Williams, Mar garet Silky, Mrs. E. Bryant, Beanie Bryant. Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Jones all of Wilmington: Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Sohuhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lolland. Katie Sheridan. Helen Mc Dermott. Schuhardt. Mary Schuhardt, Helena Lofland, Charles Sibley, Genevieve Schuhardt, Mrs. Agnes Lancaster. Albert Schuhardt, Jr.. Elizabeth Sholrs, Anna Sheridan, Alfred Cochran, all of New Castle; MF. and Mrs. Jochen. William Carpenter, Charles S malle y. Harry Whiteman. Albert Rdnrnnson, Mr. and Mrs. William Benson. Charles Smith, John Ed rn'MiPon, Raymond Cochran, Emily Cochran. Margaret Coohran, Sarah Coohran, Dorothy Ooohvan, Raymond Cochran, «11 of Newark. James McDaniel, Sarah Gallagher. Earl Jochen, Pauline Benson, John A Hallowe'en party waa given by Miss Amy Melvin at her home, 2003 Lincoln street. last Saturday evening. Miss Rita Brown won the prize for the funniest costume and Miss Mae Patterson for the prettiest costume. Among those Misses Florence Brown, Rita Brown. Anne McMahon, present were the Mac Patterson, Katherine Kane. Katherine Wake ling, Margaret Kane. Mary Melvin and Amy Melvin; Donald Webb. James McKinley. Jo seph Gallagher. George Patterson. Albert Mcfaulev, John GUI and Mr. and Mrs. W H Melvin. nemoïcT* ™ Hlms Axn FADS. The fuller skirt effect Is obtain * . often by draining: shoer material oot circular and bound on the odgre over a contrasting material of dlf («rent texture. Charles Brown, A JEWISH WOMEN TO HEAR LEADERS ! t Wilmington Section Council Jewish Women will hold a special meeting at 2.30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon In the Temple of Truth. A delightful meeting has been ar ranged, as It was pos&'ble to obtain some of the national officers as speakers. The guests and speakers for the day will be Mrs. Israel Cowen of Chicago. Hlllnois, first vice-presi dent. who will speak of the 'Tnter natlonal Work of the Council of Jewish Women." Mrs. S. M. BIu mauer of Portland, Oregon, third vice-president, of ] who will apeak "The National Aspect of the Council of Jewish Women." and Mrs. Isaac Halpem of St. Louis, Missouri, tlonal chairman of Junior auxiliaries, whose subject will be "The Work of Our Junior Auxiliaries." Stanley Smith will play the organ. 1 and will also accompany the vocal solos of Miss^Rose Gerson and Ralph Saltzma na Frederick iap. The meeting is open to | men ani women, members and non members. Alfaro welcome. The first monthly card party of the season will be given at the home of Mrs. Louis Jacoby. 2106 Boule- ! Armistice Day BT J. MARIAN JOHNSON 'Twas but a cloud across our sun. The guns are still, the fighting done; The Shadow rested but awhile, Then passed, and we who wept can smile. We who heard the distant roar That echoed feebly on our shore. Know not the horrors that they know Who lie where brilliant popples blow. Tho' we may «mile we can't forget The face that lives in memory yet. And oft the sparkling eye grows dim When Memory wakens thoughts of him. But they whom God hath spared can fell The horrors of that awful hell. To them we owe the greatest debt Oh, help us. Lord, "lest we forget" . i ; Miss Zipporah F. Topkis V Æ 'S m ( r - - ' V': W -• I I t«; ' 'j Ï. f ' s ■ g .Sr ■ I ' r f V i 1 f i I. I j i 5 . » j S ft 1 tV; : ■ ÈÜÇ V ■ * *1 ,■ CC-' X Si - 8 -■*''**•■ * ' ■ ■' s». V ■K y —Photo by Kill« Studio. to , T 5r TT ddln * ? f . Zpp0r ' b Louis Topkis, and Julius Wolson, of next Tuesday evening In the Adas The maid of honor will be Miss Miss Sophie Refowich, of Bethlehem. Pa.; Miss Adeline Braunschwelger, Reading, Pa. The flower girls will The beat man will be Henry ushers will be E. Victor Topkis. Shrenrelch. The ring bearer will he After tho ceromonj' a reception lowing: a wedding trip, tho young Tojnorrow evening Miss Topkis entertain« home. 2302 Boulevard. ON THANKSGIVING BACHELORS BALL the The commutes In charge of Bachelors' Ball, Is planning a de lightful program for the occasion on November 29. The event will be one of the Thanksgiving holidays. It will be given In the gold room of of the Hotel duPont. Dancing will be enjoyed from 9 until 2 o'clock. Several dinners will be given by Wilmington society previous to the ball. ENTERTAIN' 0 CHOIR. The choir of Harrison Street M. E. Church was entertained on W'ed nesday Gray, of Scranton member of the choir. Mrs. Gray la visiting relatives In this city. Games were played and several recitations by Alfred Rutter were enjoyed by the guests, iserved. •enlng by Mrs. George L. Pa., a former A dainty repoat was — yard, at 2 o'clock on Monday. Those card parties are open to the public. Both Five Hundred and Bridge are played, and there is a prize for each table. '• Topkis daughter of Mr. and Mrs Chester, will take place at fl.30 o clock Kodesch Synagogue. Jechebet Topkis, and the bridesmaids, Po.; Miss Rae Skalst. of Reading.' New York, and Miss Sara Sachs, of Jeanette Wolson and Esther Topkis. Wolson. brother of the bridegroom. The Wolson, Abe Topkis and .Nathan Daniel Leavitt. win ho held In the Hotel duPont. Fol couple will make their homo in Chester, her bridal party at dinner at her Tomorrow, Rod Cross Day In every ward In the city, i women workers enrolled under Mrs. Henry P. Scott, chairman | for the city of Wilmington for i the sixth annual membership, roll call will call tomorrow at- i ternoon at the home« of all cltl Il zens seeking renewals of mem \ I berships. There will be no church, fae-|| tory, club or society canvass this ij ! year, the effort being confined j to the homes and the house to j , j Citizens are asked to welcome these solicitors and Join for themselves and every member j of the household, so that the || window flag which will be left at each home where member Ij ships are taken may show as j many sfara Indicating member || ehipa taken as possible. Join the Red Cross for 1923 i ij !| and aid the distressed at home j and the suffering In forslgn I house canvass. ! ! ' lands. Membership dues $1. FASHIONS AND PADS. A straight evening gown of ap ple green velvet has an Inset at the neckline and a deep flounce on «he skirt of gold lace. Trimmings are essentially deco rative many being made wholly of beads, while other« are of embroid ery and metal threads. Separate skirts are plain as to cut. but are made of striking ma Checks and waffle plaids tenais. are used with good effects. ■0-0 CLUB CARD PARTY Untier the auspices ofthhe mortgage fund committee of the Wilmington New Century Club, a card party will be held at the club house next Wednesday afternoon.. Mrs. Rob ert W. McClellan and Mrs. William E. Holland will be hostesses. The party Is the second of a series to he given this year at the oluh. , i " ' ■ ». 'liMlÉS p; r,:n :ifr a c I : ; ejl An Interesting program has been arranged for the Current Events Class of the New Century Club which meets next Tuesday, morning. The program has been arranged by Mrs. Charles K. Weston, chairman and Mrs. E. G. Robinson, alternate. Current events will be given by Mrs. Newton I. Steers. A book re view will be given by Miss Miriam Gray. Mias Amy Wood, director of the Visiting Nurses Association will talk of her work. Miss Ella Pyle will contribute piano solos. A musical program will be the feature of the social meeting of the Washington Heights Century Club to be held at o'clock Monday evening In the club house. The pro gram follows: Plano duet, "Momue," Oelble; Miss Mary E. Smith and Mrs. Fred erick Stanley Smith. Contralto solo, 'Thou Art To Me." Chadwick; Mrs. Nathan Goldstein. Plano solo. "Miniature Hungarian Rhapsody," Koelltng; Master Frank Clement. Plano solo, "Butterflies." Grant Shaeffer; Miss Mary E. Smith. Plano solo, "Intermezzo," Spa nentl; Miss Ruth Schtmel. Contralto solo, "An Irish Lulla by." Alicia Adelaide Needham; Mrs Nathan Goldstein. Plano solo, "Second Walt»," Go dart; Master Frank Clement. Plano duet, "Fantasia," ln B Flat, Moszkowsky: Mr. and Mr». Freder ick Stanley Smith. There will also be an address by Miss Clara Mendlnhall. principal of School No. 9. on the Platoon School System. The board of directors of the Wsshlngton Heights Century Club win meet at 3 o'clock next Tuesday afternoon In the club house, 2800 j Boulevard. Mrs. H. M. Waller, State president of the Federation of Women'« Clubs Seaford 1 In Delaware, visited the Aoom Club, Tuesday aÄernoon, and pave an Interesting talk explaining j I the Iseues to be prominent In oluh I work and urging special attention to be placed on "Book Week." a I Junior department, prison reform and citizenship. Mrs. Walter was given a oordlal reception. Th« program for Um afternoon vas In charge of Mr* Howard Mor ( gsn, chairman of the music depart ment. An appreciative audience was given much pleasure by the follow ing selections of Instrumental and vocal muelo; "O, Lovely Night," (Offenbach). J Miss Corinne Warren and Mrs. How ard Morgan; "Lustspiel." (Keler Lea.) Mrs. Agnes Huston and Mrs. Isidore Stephany; "1 Hear You Call-1 ! lug Me," (Marshall), "A Mariner's Home Is the Sea," "Irving Carpen ter; "A Birthday," (Goftchalk) ,1 j "Mother Maehree," (Chauncey AI | I coft). Ernest R. Ball and Mrs. J. M "Boat Song " Harriet I j ; I Barnes; ! Ware; "Morning In Spring." (H. A. ! Matthewi) Ml „ Letltla Hom: . For ., _. Alone, There Is No Death, Miss Corinne Warren. Charles VanLeer was acenmpan- j | 1st. He gave various selections. two|( of which were: "In Fairyland," and* CHANGE GOLDEY 1 RECEPTION PIA N The committee in charge of the 1 arrangements for the annual recep tion by the Alumni Association of j Goldey College to the members of the graduating class of the college i this winter, has decided on some Im portant changes In the program, In I | the hope of making the reception more Interesting and entertaining to the alumni and graduates, This year's reception will be held ln tho du Barry room at the H.Vel duPont. on November 24. The en tertainment over which the eommtt tee has held many meetings will be as follows: vocal solo, Harry J, Har kens; sketch, "The Crystal Gazer," j Misses Elizabeth Day and Amanda Truax; vocal duet, M. C. Helsler and Marvin G. Crossan; tricks in legerdemain. Professor Carl M. C. Brehma. , The musical numbers and the sketch by the local talent will, It Is believed, furnish pleasing diversion of high calibre, combined with the dancing. tlon to all graduates of Goldey, whether connected with the Alumni Association or not. to attend the re-, ceptlon and greet the new graduates. While cards of Invitation have been Issued this, the committee hope«, will not deter any graduate, whose Invyl tatlon has gone astray In the malls, from attending. professional talent by the magician. Following the program there will be The committee extends an Invita NATURAL HISTORY MEETING. The November meeting of the So ciety of Natural History of Dela ware will be held at Trinity parish house, Delaware avenue and Adams street, at 8 o'clock on Monday even ing. The program will Include a paper. "The Natural History ot New Sweden," by Frank M. Jones, and a paper. 'The Birds of New Sweden." by Chari«« J. Pennock. EASTERN ST AR STB \W RIDE A straw ride will be given next Tuesday evening to Centrevllle, un dor the auspices of Radiant Chapter,. No. 6, Order of the Eastern Star. [ Automobile tracks will leave Tenth I and Market streets at 7 o'clock. an overture from the opera "The Beautiful Galatia." An article written by Mr. Lam bert. the founder of the New Tork School of Music, which dealt with the age a child should be la study piuslc, and the fallacy that any ale teacher Is good enough for a be read by Mrs. Ella CL mu glnner, was Emery. The Delaware Association of Col lege Women met last evening at the j home of Mrs. Walter Stewart Brown, [ Wawaset Park, music end readings comprised the Mrs. Fred J. Blatz and I Current Events. program Mrs. Clarence Dickey gave several vocaf solos and ytrs. Charles E. Grif fith entertained with piano selec tions. The hostesses were the Misses Ruth Seaman. Ruth Bennett, Made line Dixon and Mary Donovan, At the weekly meeting of the Brldgevllle Tuesday Night Club Mrs. H. M. Waller, of Delmar, the State president, gave an Interesting talk and urged the club to study citizen-I ship. About forty-five members were present. Refreshments of Ice 1 cream and cake were served. The next meeting will he held No vember 11. The suhfeoS will he "Child Welfare." At the weekly pieetlng of the Mil ford New Century Club, a letter on Red Cross work was read by the President, Mrs. J. L. Pratt who urged every one who possibly could to attend the meeting to be held In Dover this week. The session was then placed In charge of the chairman of the day, Mrs. George W. Marshall, It being literary and library day. The club expressed a desire to establish a puh lie library In Milford In the near future. A paper entitled "Our Plane and Possibilities for a Library," which written by Mrs. Julius Scott, of Milford, was read by Mrs, James L. Davis. A solo, "Just Dreaming of You." by Eastmas. was given by Mrs. Wll I* am Warren, accompanied by Mrs, Edward Hurley, An Interesting talk on libraries was then given by MYs. Mollle Brown, who has established a li brary for school children In her home In Milford. She spoke of the delight It gave her to work with the boy» and tfrî» along: the literary lino "lu 'TnZ*^ ' he " brar> ' ' n ilSIS. All children over the age of ' , ten are permitted to take hooks un-|uel til they have finished school, and she stated that she regretted much that she was not able to ac commodate the was given a rising vote of thanks for her most excellent talk. A planoloeue entitled "Loyalty of Men, and Food for Gossip," given by Miss Helen Tatman. Next Monday 1« business and so very this "grown up«. She was day. - 0 -8 FASHIONS AND FADS. A party frock of apricot chiffon f, aa ras ^ adp drapery st each side r ( mmad ] area petaled flowers of heavy taffeta. X7J CALKNDAR WORLD FELLOWSHIP WEEK tfi-—Noon-day I MONDAY 10.00 a. m.—Meeting of Board of Directors, club rooms. 12.35-13.50 p. m.—Noon-day 1 service, club rooms, the Rt. Rev. Philip Cook, Bishop of Delaware, 0 p. m.—Business girls' sup £ er. entertainment; If« fin Asm/' .. •Girlhood ; Mrs. John A. Ste- li venson. 7.30-8.30 p m—Bible Class. |i i Rev. George D Allison. 8.30 p. m.—Business Girls' Club ' meeting, club roome TUESDAY 12.35-12.60 p, m.—Noon-day 1[ service, club room«. Miss Grace Baird, West Presbyterian Church. 3 30 p. m.—Wawatalsl Corps of 1 Girl Reserves, club rooms. 3.30 p. m.—Hiawnthia Corps of Girl Reserves, club rooms. 8.00 p. m.— F. L. C. Club, club rooms. WEDNESDAY 12.S5 p. m.12-50 p. day service. clirt> Ge m —Noon rooms, Rov. orçe D A11 toon, Second Bap l Church. 3.00 p. m.—Quannacut Corps of Girl Reserves, club rooms 3.30 p. m.—"West End Corps of Girl Reserves. Westminister Chapel. 7.45 p. n club rooms. tlst i.—Wapanachkl Club, 1 THURSD \ T rh.—Noon-day service, club rooms. Mr. Alvâ Llndley, general secretary. Y. M C. A 3.00 p. m.—True Blue Corps of Girl Reserves, club rooms. 4.00 p. m—Oriole Corps of Olrl Reserves, club rooms. FRIDAY 1 2 36-12.50 P 12 35-12 50 eervlca, club room». Rev. Harvey W. Ewinir. Union M. E. Church. 3.00 p. m.—Neifr Corps of Erfah rnen. club roome. 3.30 p. m.—Good Fairy Corpn of Girl Reserves, club room«. SATURDAY P IN 1 ! ! 111 .—Noon-day service, club rooms. Mrs. Freder ick Bringhurst. late president New Century Club. 12 85-12.5" ;• KROKUS CLUB DANCE. More than 200 persons sttended the dance held by the Krokus Klub m Young's Studio, last evening. Miss Hazel Walker and Douglas Proud won the elimination and spot dances. The affair was In charge of J. B MacRobert^ -4 Miss Elizabeth Garrett B I ■ra j [ I tJ 1 f '•y : I ■ ■ rx ■■ '1 ' m ■ > lÛv ■■■ > ■■Ù GO OO a u i, ÜÜ —Photo by Ellis Studio. The engagement of Miss Elizabeth Garrett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. Garrett, was announced today at a bridge-luncheon held at the Garrett home In the Grantley apartment, to Reginald G. Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Jackson. 701 Rodney street. Both young people have many friends In this city. Covers were laid for fifteen guests. mm 0 oYo O o Lilli K nnnoun ' PS ™***™* n t ot her daughter. Miss Winifred Stanley Bach, to Sam M. Shallcross, of this city, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Farra an-l nounce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Anna V. Farra to Hugh R. Morrison, of Lincoln, Del aware. The wedding will take place this month. FASHIONS AND FADS. A favorite sleeve „ . , I 1 °r evemng the smartest slipper Is the plain one with a French heel. rather than the strap »Upper or the sandal. above the elbow, and ha« a long, tight cuff coming well over the hand. DOLL SALE ON NOVEMBER 24 The annual doll sale of the Junior Board of Homeopathic Hospital will be held Friday, November 24, In ; . „ . ... the New Century Club. The sale will begin at 10.30 o'clock and continue j until 6 o'clock. Luncheon will be served at 12.30 o'clock. The entire club building will be used this year for the sale In order to afford more room for restaurant accommodation. Special attention , . , will be given to serving business men at a special table. Mrs. Egmont T. Negendank Is gen , , - " , . . I eral chairman of the sale and has a corps of capable assistants. Mrs. R. D. String Is assistant chairman of the restaurant. The following chairman and their committees will be glad to welcome all friends of the hospital at the affair: Crafts—Mrs. Horace Betts and Miss Mary Trump. Dolls—Mrs. John Richardson. Fancy work—Mrs. Joseph War field. Cakes—Mrs. Arthur Patterson. Candy—Mrs. William Wyatt. Aprons—Miss Grace Beadenkopf. White Elephant—Mis< John Brady yies—Mrs. William Thompson. Rolls and Butter—Mrs. Lewis Flinn. Salad—Mrs. Daniel O. Hastings, Mrs. Harold Schutt, Mrs. John Men denhall, Mrs. Clifford B. Iszard. Tables and Waitresses — Mrs. George Spackman, Mrs. Fin Sparre, Mrs. Frederick Kniffen. Ice Cream Check room—M Mrs. J. Merrick Horn, | . S. C. Frederick, j Grab Bag—Miss Jessie Seaman, j Publicity—Miss Helen V. McCauI ley Miss Madeline Reed. À »pedal feature for children under direction of Mr«. C. S. Glover will be announced later. Ill MISSION \RV MEETING r'l ■ .„Yiiiarv nf the Worn-1 ! ,'orelgn Mlsslonàr Soo. dy of : ul's M. E. Church, will meet I nf°Mrs M w n, F y SkeMeneer' 412 of Mr*. W. E a kellenger, 412 We-t Twenty-third street. ■»al Society Newa on Page 2 - 0 - Ü m m mm** d> Mise Elizabeth Marvel and J. L/O gan Wynne, of Lanedowne, Penn sylvan|a wln he marrl ^ d >t Cam . , ,, , , _. bridge, Md.. this afternoon. The bride will bo given In marriage by her uncle ' Judge David T ' Marvel, j The wedding will be solemnized at the home of the bride and owing I to a recent death In the family) will ( be a very quiet one, at which only , l members of both families and very Intimate friends are to he present j Mrs. Marvel's mother, who Is a!*t widow, was one of the Eastern Shore Dails, and her father. Frank Marvel, was a brother of Marvel and Joalah Marvel, After their hon»vmnnn Mr and Mr0 Wayne will live Mr , and Mrs j osiah MarveI torr , d t0 Cambridge Judge at Lansdowne. mo with their daughters to attend the wedding and will spend the week-end at Marvel's old home at Salisbury. Mrs. Miss Mary S. Goodwin, of New port, and Burton E. Teague, of this city, were married on last Saturday evening, at the parsonage of Union M. E. Church by the Rev. H. W. Ewing. T " lss Ma * Luff ana Howard LeRo > - Boyd, both of this olty. marrjcj on last Saturday, at the parsonage of Union M. E. Church by the Rev. H. W. Ewing. were a j I (By the Society Editor) jj These are days In which the Wilmington housewife has dlscov. !| e . red ' h ^° 1 ^ halIa and moth ba ** hav « fa >'* a to work Is saying things which simply are unfit to print, » » » Wilmington has scores of men who when they first were |j ried expected confidently to be masters of their homes hut who )| realize that they merely are paymasters. • • • There Is no Delaware woman who attends dances who will con tend for an Instant that all the eccentric «lancers are on the stage, Hits and Misses \ mar now Maude Adams has sounded the curfew on Wilmington lads'and She aeeerts she lassie« who delight In holding hands at the movies. has discovered a way to show movie pictures In the llgrht. Mllmlnglon boys and girls of the prient day should not forget that twenty yearn ago most of those who are criticizing them harshly were themselves the objects of hareh criticism by their elders. However. It msy not be wise to remind father and m«her of the fact. Every forward step of humanity has been made the eub Ject of criticism. Scores of Wilmington girl« are breaking their hearts and over working their tear duct» over young fellows who simply am not i worth a serious thought, much less a heart throb or a teardrop. There are In Wilmington hundreds of wives who ballave that : one of the crying needs from the field of In\-entlon Is an alarm clock that will awaken no one except the man who winds and eet« It , , , . _ t,ov,> cars P»fl< pa along country roads near Wilmington give to thp ,ho,l « h > !f 11 werp not for automobile engine trouble ,h,,re arp man y parlors in town that never would be used for social purposes. A Washington Heights girl la responsible for the estimate that ,hp hot air used by local men. young and old, in criticizing women's «.«h« would fill at leant 999 d.Hglh.e balloon, and st.l, .save enou « h air outc " le to Prevent the.roses freezing. The SuI,nn of Turk, '- V ls out ot a Job ' but ,f h " wl " P"t his odalisques at work he will not suffer for want of t*ie necessaries of life. The young man who falls In love this close to Christmas usually pays well for his indulgence in soft sentiment. t \ il P? Pi o Ö Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Thompson vrî 11 five a »mall dance at Broefc ( wood Farm, Greenville, In honor of Elinor Thomp their daughter. Mise next Thursday evening. Mrs i ; son. on Thompson will sail on November 88 for the Philippine Islands to her eon-ln-law and daughter. Lieu- ' tenant and Mrs. Osborne C. Wood. ■■ Is ' Mrs. Edmund Doremus and Mias Barbara Bach entertained at bridge of Miss ' luncheon today, In honor Helen Brlnton who Is to be marrledj next Saturday to Henry N. Pyle, of The affair was held today: Chicago. at the home of Miss Bach, 828 Jack Bradford son street. Miss Marion recently entertained in honor ol 1 Miss Brlnton. Mrs. James W. Whitfield, who has been the guest of her parents, Mr.' : Richard C. McMullen.j j 1318 West Sixth street, left this! I week for Newport, R. I-, where herj . husband, Lieut. tloned. During her stay in this city, Mrs. Whitfield gave a tea in honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Richard H. McMullen, who was one cP WJ1 mington's autumn bride#. Mullen will be remembered as Misa Ruth V. McIntyre. ■ Decorations for the tea were yellow and white shrys anthemums. and Mrs. Whitfield, Is sta Mrs. Mo Mrs. Walter Stewart Brown enter tained at cards recently in honor of Mrs. William Shewell Ellis, of Phil adelphia. Mies Merle Kelmlg and Frank X. Kelmig, of New York, are spending the winter with their sister, Mrs. William C. Blatz. Mrs. L. B, Morrow. 712 Franklin street will entertain next Tuesday evening in honor of several young people of this city. Miss Bella Sexton entertained at bridge-luncheon yesterday In honor of her slater, Mrs. Frederick Byrne, of New York. Miss Helen E. Hudson Is spending the week-end with Miss Lyla Town send at Selbyvllle. Mrs. W. J. Boeck. 1008 Wegtju Sixth street, who was operated on! recently at the Delaware Hospital,, Is slowly improving. \ Mies Martha Steele, of Stamford,! Conn., and Mr. William Twlng, of' 1 Rldgely, Md.. were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alexis W. Stanert, at Stanton. Mr*. Thomas Hines. 622 Gcddea street, has returned from Haskell, IN. J„ where she spent a fortnight, Mrs. George W. Rodgers enter tslned at brIdge-4«nch«on yesterday, Mias Sora F. Malloy entertained bridge on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Theodore C. Webster, 720 ! Nottingham road. I bridge-luncheon on Wednesday. entered at a John Kalper Is visiting friends Georgetown. at Mrs. Olan Vanclse and children spent the past week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. France« Gall-; din at Viola. _ Mrs. Joseph Holt in the gxi her sl«er, Mieses Annie and! Fleming at Harrington. _ est of Laura Miss Florence Hitch le the gueet of Mrs. Mery A. Moore at Frederica. Mr. and Mrs Vance Wyatt spent the past week-end with Mr. Wyatt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. English at Lowe« Cross Roads.