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The Evening Journal Largest Paid Circulation Today's News Today i pL Ù [A H*y V r u 7J ■Jf ■ r t ' ■.< * va L... I il IX f< EL? 4 II • 3 >■ y 32 MIZP1H STARS DINE. |j The Rev. C. H. Bohner Brings Happy Greetings to Lodge Women I 1 BPj Bif a H 4 ' I !| j I j I i I H ' I ", ; l-'V.^J I « - ! The fourth annual hannuet and - ... . Installation of offleeraof Mlif>»h : Chapter, No. 2. Order of the Eaat-| MRS. CARR IK II. WRIGHT ern Star, held list evening in the I Odd Fellow's* Building, was a not able event w-hich mor 3 than 225 i persona attended. The banquet wis eerved at 6 o'clock, following which the officers of the chapter were in- 1 »tilled by Mr*. Po.e E. Newlin.. newly elected «orthy matron. Th. banquet pre.lded over by Mrs. Carrie Helen Wright, the | retiring worthy matron. The Rev, 7, W. Wells, pastor of Wesley M ; K; church, made the Invocation, j The table decorations were potted planta and each guest received a menu card. It contained a por iraK of Mrs. "Wright, the menti, the officer* which presided during th» year end.ng last n ght. the commit tee of for the ban quet and a verse written in honor of the chapters worthy matron which is as follows; j have given ' i "Among *he aifte nurrrlvrr The one that we about, J, the gift of ourselves of you,' think j oftenest j Officers who retired last night were: Worthy ma* ron. Carrie Helen Jacob R, * matron. I Wright; worthy Koffenberger: Rom E. Newlin: ronductroaa. Haien ' Barrett; aaeociate .-onductreae. j Irene Bauer; secretary. Florence M Hanley: treasurer. Natllo Mclntlro; chaplain. Sadie Riding; marshal, Mary Porter, organ s'. Elsie Hese; Ada. Margaret Hitchens: Marguerite Beeson; gchrodetx: Marrha. Uura Fulmer ElecU. Irene Porter; Warder. Mm n > Faivre; eenttnel. Oscar D R.d patron, associate Ruth, j B«her. Jenn e Ridings Margaret truftee». Oscir D. Water» and 5nge: Clarence Plummsr. o', r« cindiot awe Freru-h p,«A potato wh.p served by Glar The menu was as cocktail. The banquet was ence R. Holi. foîlowa: Oyat er vnung roasted turkey • s •;n»* I Del*war* *. g blet sauce, celery fi ling cranberry sauce» celery, po'stoci rolls, buttsr. Neapolitan ice cream orange eponge ind.. coffee after-din ner-mints. The committee of a»*r*ngements 3ras: Margaret Plummer, chairman; j McCulloch. Mary Savllle, j ie R Trigg» »rA Ooo-ifo R 3Vt»Irt*nh«lmr Follow ng the turkey dinner, the Rev. Charles H. Bohner. raMor of Hanover Pre«byteri,n church, made « dallghtful addr-rs. He empha- I a red the purpose of the Eastern , B *r organ'zatlon. pointing out thv It gave value" and worth of life to 1 j Mr. Bohner said that the Eastern Btar holds the higher Ideals of life and from the»? high Ideals the righ k.nd of womanhood is attained. "No woman," said the speaker, "can be without Florence Florence Br**y, Fa ils members. come a member of the Ras ern Star. and attend Its meetings growing Into a more beautiful and more honorable woman." In con- , Mr. Bohner rMated on in terestlng little story, closing with | the words: "I cheer for the Bast-! elusion ■ Star for *he is first among them ! there el" , Interspersing the banquet ?» is music by the Sterl.ng Six Or chestra and singing by the guests. At the close of the address the Installation wa* held In the chapter rooms, the following Officers heing Installed; Worthy motron. Rose K. Xewlln; worthy patron. Oscar D. Hidings; associate matron. Helen *Wrett: conductress. Irene Bauer: gtseociate conductress. Dora B. Rng- . tend; secretary, Florence M. Han- • by; treasurer. Nettie Mclntire; «Mptain, Mary Porter; marshal. XrOUlse Sheehand; organist, Rise! Hes,; Ada, Marion Thorp; Ruth Marguerite Beegon; Esther, Kdna Malone} - : Martha, Grace Home wood; Electa. Marion Bristow: warder, ?f- di . e Riding: sentinel Henry G. Draine; trustees, Fannie H. Trlggs. Clarence Waters and Margaret Plummer. The Installation »vae In charge of ; Mrs. Amy E. Meyer, worthy grand Mrs. Laura McKay, grand j n Numernna gifts wer= presented to jtb, retiring officers and the Incom n office-s r. Barker McCullough I I ■ I matron. grand chaplain, also took part ihe Installation. past worthy pairon. of Mlzpah Chapter. presented to Mrs. Wright The jowol. the worthy mstron worthy patron jowol w«. prssentod to Jacob R. KofT-nb-rg-r. by Harry rorthy grand pa F. Newlln, past tron. Mr*. Wright also r-eolv-d * bso ket of roses . »Several large bouquet* of mixed flow»!», a l,rg- baskn of ferna. an electric kmp, an Eaat Star ring and numerous gif.s. Mrs. Amy E. grand matron, received a basket of Bouquet* of rn personal Mever, worthy flowers Nettie S. Me pink roses. were given to Mr*. Intire. Mrs Julia M. Story and Mr« Uly Anne Pyle Mra. Hole E. New lin, the elected worthy mi ron. re reived flowers and many personal gifts. Those present Meyer, granrt matron of th- Kaetern - s ar ln Helaware; Julia M. fton. nasi g-and matron; Harr? F. New 'In. pa at grand patron: Lillie Srho-( field Riley, associate grand matron. worthy matron. Had ant Chap-j No. B; Lilly Ann Pyle, grand K A m y were : past 1 er. ronductr»M. pa.i »orrhy m.iron of j Julia M. Story ( hapt«r. No, S. M l '** 1 Err* Key*, grand secretary J worthy matron. Delaware Chapter. No 1; Laura V. McKay, past worthy matron. De aware Chapter. No. 1 ; J Violet A. Rush. Ha M Story Chapter, No. 3: Carrie M. Wright, worthy matron. Mtspah , Chapter: J. R hoffen berger, worthy perron. M /pah Chapter: Walter H ' Wood. 'hapter. •onhy m»tron. Ju orthy patron. Radiant s; Mary A. Woodua. worthy matron. Radian. rhapier No Ä ' Florence Met'ullorh. paw worthy matron. M *pah Chapter. C B , rk . r McCulloch paat worthy patron . Miipah Chapter: Mary G worthy No Cross, past worthy matron. Mispah Chapter: W. T. Loremen. patron of St John * Chapter. No 4. Man M. «Mower, worthy matron of St. John s Chapter. No. 4. W. H Redm le. worthy patron. Delaware ! rhapter. No. 1; Je.n O. Hubert,; worth, matron. Delawara Chapter. No. he Rev .nd Mr., 7. W Well»: the Rev and Mrs Charles Bohne,; Mr .nd Mr. Henry C. Cra ne. C. Waters. Florence A Brev, <;. A, Hodgson Florence Hodgson, Mrs. c A. Hodgson. Ma rlon A Br stow. Grace p. Home wood» Edna I. Maloney, Marion Thorp. Loui«e Sheehend. Mrs. Dora England. Clarence I Wright Mrs. Neill- White, r. M Wright Mary Aarille. Fannie Reed Rose E. Newlin. associate Oscar d. Ridings sentinel: Barrett, conductress: Florence M Hanbv, secretary; Nettie S lire, treasurer; Irene W. associate matron. Helen Mein M Better, nductreee. R'ele T He lorganiet; M,ry E. Porter, Minnie S Felvre, «arder: M,rg,ret Hitchen,. Ad*. Barah C. Rid.ng, Baeaon marsh«!, chaplin: Marguerite K. Ruth; Laura R. Fulmer. Marth« Jennie Sci.rodetz. Esther; Iren* M Porter. Electa: Bertha M. Smith past worthy matron. Sr Chap er. No. 4: i'aat worthy ma tron. Julio M. Rtorr Chapte r . No 3; Mr, Isabelle Coll Ina. Ma, tin. Mildred Kaiser, Mr,. L Ion. Madeline B.irom er, Mr, .)ohn • Fannie W. Bro«-n Norman Callina. Margaret .1. Mr. and Mary y Roe. Annie C w R«atty Mrs. Frank Dale. Mary R, Brown, Draine. Cora E. Burn«. M. A'. Eloiee Bum». M C. Pogue. Mr,, g W Florence M. Hestl Burnlte. Mrs. Ella H Dll Ann # s*v. rs a FI ore ' Helen R " hr.e. m » Margaret r Ber v B h alte «'isra Palmer. Mai Barren. I^ura Aurand. Mra. W«l-|ing •r , Aurand. Lera M. Water* Mrs Eis» W Spooner. Mr. and Mrs T P Trumen. Mr,. A. E O N«]. Mr,. . s.rt r. Mr. Mary .« Maclean Mrs Km, I, Applohy. Mr. Mirth, >! >P„r, M;«s Msrgusnt, IArimor* Mr ,nrt Mr, (;,org, H Urimor, -Mrs Irma Tatrnan Wiede John J. » n T Mrs. rn a l»oii!ss man. Mrs. E loueckel. Guaale G Roberts. Mr« Rober:». Mrs. <• van Clgra r. Maxwell. W H B Max we 1. Mrs. Laura V. Eisen berger. M r « f > *■<>". Mr» lioh.r. H Marv A. McLane. Mrs Martens M \ "»hell. Ml,, R.^- ne , M .'„ Mildred S. Voohell. Freder.ck H,n-| h V. Minn , A .«hepurd. Ev* I Sheppard. 1,11 lan fs Bradera» FW ' nr - H Rodenhiser Alic, f; «hen P«rd. Mary Rutter, uni. K Hen deraon. Elirabeth Fle-rher Mrs Wm. r. Draper Jr . Margaret a Stein. Mrs. Arthur r. Davies Mrs Annette F. McMillan. Aimee P Rid ings. Eligabeth M, Black. Master Billy Bark. El zabeth Lynch Mrs M. F. Lynch. Besse Frees. Mrs .^arah K. Cro« 1 * Mrs. Ella M f'roe* John W K«« Mrs. W. Mrs. John W. Watson, Watson. Mary S. Hess. Katharine E Hess. Mr. and Fierce. Mr. an. 1er. Mr. «nd .Mrs. T H Heorge A. 'lyde A Mll Mrs MrVev. Mary K. Galloway. Georg« E Plum trier. Chas ■ H. Trigg, Evalina Sut ton. Mrs. Alice J. Hasting». Mr».- Lewis w. Coy. Mci^an Cbas E Frr. C. Knr. Mr, Rdasrd c -'1rs Alfred D Smu-. n tv R*ra L. Hamsher FI May Hraihcote Rliaaheih ecte Edna Carson, Mar-, r Maw kins, Ida C. Bartow. Martha Th son. Martha R. Keitum Thom,, A Kellurn. Hugh Sm.th. 5 f-, Hugh Smith. John n. Smith, a of clay - 1 mon:; Eva W. Bowers Le: tu M Porter, Verna P. Stump. A Mitchener. Ann* C. Mitchener. -lary E. Winchester. Kate p. Sal "; on ". Eva MacMillan. Staten Island, •• J . : Mr. and ,\frs. H F Volk Mrs. U T. Banning. Philadelphia; Mrs. Annie H. Thorp, T. j. u r |,. tingham. Ada 5V. Br ttingham Katherine Britt ngham, Bessie F Srh'lling«.-, Ruth A. Hall. Pot* s Croak, Ida V. Bard. Holly Oak'; Mary !.. Robln son. Mahe Zehley. Martha* I,. Sheppard. H ard E. Shappard. Bella Georg« M. Tattersall, Evans and E, Isaac Evan». M r and Rachel V Anna Mr Edward S Dun ap. Morrison. Alice I.uttrell. Harold Plummer, Mr» Ch«* Mcf/e»n. Urey. Carl Rene Heath* j j S. Tatterstall Sr.. Smith. E h«i w. C. John*».on. Edith M Matilda *71 iwnw i tP | f h ;i: ;o J :ii; 0 o 0 ■ J Colonel and Mrs J. Ernest Smith in th* r room of the Hotel duPont ffills M«rgaret gsv# a dance last evening duBai ; , for thoir grand-dalighter. Ml ibtth Re-ger. *nd Mil Brown and Miss Margaret Myera. all students of the Dobbs' F»rry School ig women have been the The yt guea'a of Col. and Mrs. Smith dur* ing the holiday«. In the receiving line were Mra ! J. Ernest Smith. Mrs. Frederick R Berger. Mies Berger. Miss Brown snd Miss Myere. nished by the Original Six Orches tra. Supper was served at mid night. Music was fur M ;„ M#ry T Warner g*». a dln n * r before th- dance at th- home of h , r par#nfi Mr ln4 Mra. A p Warner. Jr. a- Wawaaet. Cover* ^|, •ere laid for Wa t wentj'-two ier will be a debutante She will retu ext w.nier Sundiv Ih . j, ow an(1 H , r , ood| Rrhool. *nd will hr -rrompanlrg by MlM K:innn. Murphy. Col. Smith for Palm Reach he w;nt*r few leaves on Saturday Fla., where he He will be j weeks by Mrs , Smith and Mra Berger. will spend joln , d ;n Ä Mr. and Mra, H. Rod nay Sharp J r hundrad gtiMta entartainrd over at their home on New Tear a e? Th , ptrty was almllar to other New j Y „ r i part;M , iv , n by Mr , n4 Mra. Sharp, which we-» Interrupt-I rÄflr w v .w aAnM t h|, " tT »baence from : Th#l r ' llMti wt¥rm r er#|yd at 11 ' o'clock and suppwr was served sf j f : 4 g n rlock. foil Mr and Mr11 rhlr ,„ o»wthroo n f t... . # ... v g.r^ . tl. d.o° .e ' r . th , R r . . ernoon at h.Lh^V ». , *" h ,° n t r ° f ' h *' r f hr * .„/'.T. " '° n r '* W ' ' ' * r ed bv dancing of the Naw Tear h» out-of-town guests wn York city. In the first hou Among Baron de Vaux of Ve Miss were niece. Mi Jackeon Walker, of this city. Oeiwthrop and Mias Walker presented in Wilmington In Novem ber by Ifiap Walker's and Mrs. Martin K Walker. M a hel Mr parent* Mr», Julien Or«, «nd Ml*, r.«rlu Ont, entertained thl* «f-ernnnn a tea - ■ in honor of Mine Poljy Well, of Middletown, frmn.. who h„ been the |i|Hi of Ml,e Orfl, durln« th* hol Id* v* The M ma» Helena M herb Raskoh, • nd W:«« wudanta ar the Mt. St. Vtaftsit'i 4K turned todav m school after «pend ng the hoi.day* with their pilent* Mr. and Mr» Y. r* ■ t John J. R«,koh. <'l,ymont r> r ond 5fr* Harold L Springe entertained at d.nner on N# Tear', Kv - »• 'h» r home. Contra Meeting Th * moot, included Mr and Mr«. Howard Tocum. of Orerbrook; Dr John .«teeao. of Phlladel phis and Ttavid IJndsay. of thl, city. * ni1 Mr » Col. Earl I. Brown will * numh»r of friends *r n « r tomorrow evening at his home Broome afreet. «nferta«n a steg d.n Mr and Mr» tained at » John Blgg» *#nter dance on Monday evan at the Country Club. In honor of the r daughter. Mis» Rach«: B rgs Ml« Fr.nc« rtuPsnt ,n4 Ml Honrlotta Hsnp». roturnal toksv Holton Arm, gchonl. Wash ngton t0 The Misses Josephine snd Elizs daughters of Dr. »nd d to l>eth Wales. Mr* lo«eph P Wa e« day to the M rerun days here IJoutonant ,nk Mr, Al)..rt R,„>, of Fr.rr Tav \ r - n#n . L . d wlt ' h ... . ' holl _, " h '* P ty ' ». .. ... .. , , . v ' • n '"- 01 ^"sh yf rr^ r neek-»nd and Naxr J * lt '' r * l * tlv ** here. ». E ~ * T * s P-" in * *>f Tash *, nr,on ' * nd Mm * M * r > - 1, Spring, of y*"' " rmr Sweet Briar , Wh ° ' p ' nt ,h * holiday» with' * h ' :r • ,, e r Frank H Buck. 1 " * W ** 1 T ' n!h street, returned to r ° n Monday. flpenre School. New York City, after sp«nd ng the holl T,eah M»nnecke of New York City, »pent the rhristmas Mr, and New Tear hnllda.s at the home of Mr. and Mrs, B. F Taylor. I I • student at Wilson College. *p* n t the holiday* *v;th her parent*, the Rev. and Mrs A. 1* flonne. Dr 8 onne !» pastor of W*»t Presbyterian Church Miss Esther n« 8 onn« — ■'*' * n * Mr* Alien L, Sharpe and family. 7 East Tw, fth street »pent the week-end at Oak Lane Pa. — Mrs. Pan Tra>n«r. ♦•» Adam« street was th- w*eri-end r iot o' Mrs John J Moore af the Bell- - . Stratford Hot». Ph. ad« r*hia M1m W«n4t fri*n<1* in New Tnrk. i* rlsitlnx M-* John J. Moore r>f Pottevill«. Pa.. !* »he guest of her parent«. Mr. and Mr» Thom«» A treat. Sharp. 3«5 j Norm* E. Smith. 401 Wen Nine teenth street, spant th« holiday« m Philadelphia. f egZ9 1200*4 Walnut tir**», »r* rrrab' nf congratulation* on th« n r /» of « - A - A. B \BV 5 011 THI.M Mr and Mre If V i daughter born «f *h* Ho^eopa'r. « Ho«r>:»». on De^emlsr It «I iMiss Ruth L. Messiah I eg pS.;*: ; r ;s ■ ■ -V.' j . iöX m QO O a —Photo by Wilt Studio .Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Harrington Messlck. of BrMgevilla. announce the engagement of their youngest daughter. Miss Ruth Lena Mesalck, to Wil bam A. Hemphill, formerly of Delaware City. Mias Meseick Is a graduate the Woman s ColiegA, Knlveraity of Itelawaro. and at present is Teaching a Coatesville, Pa., school. During her senior class »• the college. Misa Meseick was president of her c'ass. Mr. Hemphill is a graduate of the Knivereity of Delaware and is engaged ae as« ! stant supervisor of contruc tîon work for the Luzerne Electric Company at Wilkes-Barre. Pa. 1 0 e-men y&i jL Mr and Mrs John Bancroft on their M s* Esther Bancroft. 10 Ma* thews. of noun-'e tha enxagsmenr daugh'«r. Flrer IJtutonant Gord»>n First Regiment of Engineers, U. « A. At « reception held on Sunday *v«n!ng at the home .of Mr. and Fn*d Rudnirk. 311 Poplar street, th« engagement of ihe.r Sara Dora Rudnirk. Mr». Mil niece. daughter of Mr and Mrs. B I>- Rud niek, was announced ti M. Field. Benjamin d«t# has been «et for the wedding Mr. Field I» :n th« grocery business at Ninth and Poplar street«. Guests were present fmm G«r«d«. New York. New Jer Ni P^iri£ie s A New Year s party was given hr Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Burn« In honor of their daughter. Evelyn B # tty Burns, at their r East Eighth street. The house wa* prettily decorated in holiday colors as spent in playing The music was ddence 522 Tr , v , M ° T Thom*, Reese, "»eh. Burns. Ann Marian Blscoe, M dred Phort. Hojd Wheatley Ilisco*. F-anrl» Puphal. Raul Hinkle Ri ,.h«rd Williams. Charles O'Brien i,. nw0 od Allen. Ror» Sptrer, Charles Konltser. Joseph Hammer, Joseph Reynold,. Joseph Reese. Joseph Martin. Mr. Thompson. Mr». Midbeau ln<1 t he Messrs. Oormley. The evening gsrnes and dancing, furnished by Bromweli*» orche*rra. Misses Nellie Dorothy Kathryn Evelyn \mong those present were Vera Ct Reese. Hilda Ree«e Cecelia Elizabeth Rllev Welch. Marie OT»eary. Thomas Blscoe. Elwood Bohner enter S< bool class of Mra Uharie« H .«ined her Sunda-. ENTERT \IN < HII.DRUV Branch, 111 m»-t on Friday evening the home of Mrs. P. M. Arnold, ?4?0 Jefferson street. The hostease. will be Mrs. Arnold snd Mrs Thema, H. Barnes Internationa Pollyanna Socletr. * ,'or;e, f;, ,o played. At tho c o*» of the | ugram Ice cream and cake wa, st-r\ed and each child received a one poind box of cand? kings. Th- M All-- Roberts and 1 - L. Roop w--- n charge of the afternoon *he gave a On last Ha turd ay of th« hranrh mem be: ^"hristms* p«rty to The children of he Home for Fr e n <ji#«„ Children. The party was heli a; Sunshine Hall. Deiawsre avenue and wa« en joyed by 51 kiddie* Memh*rs and friends of The branch hrought The children to the hail In auto* Mrs John Alden arranged an .meresTlng program of music and s*ory hour and Mi*» Edith Adams »ranch rerelvad from rer F,f th;« city and >4 the children in games. The *uc *sf of the party was du« to the ron* »rihat. oa« iJ v/»b pu»; n« On i% 'm r. * branch • Poiiyanna .r «^* »w* kf er « ned a» a psrty i •»4 Per — r t Ha." sey, Philadelphia Delaware City and Wilmington. Herman . N. Among the g-jes*s wa* Iwindsnian. nf Mas Y.. a sj»ter of Miss Rud M who ha« not been in Wil m ngton for several years. Mrs Ann« Wendt W showsky, 314 Poplar street, announces the en gagement of her daught*r. Mil Wanda Wendt, to Pency fireen, of I.ongwood, Pa The engagement has also been announred of Mrs, Wlahowaky. t'harles T. Messirk, of Philadelphia The wadding «ill take place the lat ter par; of rtils month, ported ».iat mother will be married at the It is ex-j and daughter me time. •er Preabyter'an Ghurch ar a party Iasi evening at the church manse 2312 Boulevard, flame« snd f Han uale were enjoyed and refresh ents served. The guests were the Misees Jean Easthurn, Paujine Ar nold. Ma belle Stant. Marlon Bndley Hernie« Klietz and Edith Turner. Md. A most enji •a>>!c week-end and New Year's party was held ar. "Dew Drop Inn." th« home of Mr. and Mr». William C. Schwartz. n*4ar New ark. last Saturday. Sunday and Monday The guest.« were Mis* Marie Buchanan. Miss Mildred Buchsnan. Miss Ruth Dorman and Mrs. Dor nan. a'.I of Wilmington; Miss Helen Buckworth and Walter Buckworth. of Elkton. Md.: Mrs. John Willis of Moore. Ps : John Myers and Harry ind Pusey McCormick, of Newark, and D Irving Cashell. of Iron Hill, The house wa.« beautifully d«r orared in red and green and a large J • *hr;stmaM tree with* Its wonderful ( I trimming« added to the cheerful ness (of the scene. MARRIED 50 YEARS. Mr. and Mrs, John Talley, Brandywine Hundred, quietly cele hrated their fiftieth wedding anni versary o n Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Talle» have eight children, twenty eight grandchildren and one grea' grandchild. Mr. Talley Is a eon | of th» late Thomas Lee Talley. Mr*, Talley. before her marriage, was Miss Lydia Streets. of Parsons formerly lived She enjoya fair health. She re cel» - ed numerous cards of rongra tulatlons and gifts of flower, and • 0 -:- 0 - Eigh:*enth s»r«e» is today celehrat ing her eighty-fifth birthday annl .versary, at th* home of her daughter, Mrs. William O. Hoffecker. Mr». MRS PARSONS 85 TODAY Mu« Parsons, West Dover. in Mrs. Parsons is th« mother money. of two sons and four daughters. - 0 - 0 X FTF.RNOOX f'XRD PARTY. l.'nder the ausplr«« of the mort- j rag« fund of the Wilmington New Century Club n card party will he held at 2 o'clock Monda' nfrernoon, January 15. at the club house. Mrs. i R. Van Xnimp and Mr*. Kingebnry, will he i j Donald Harold A. ho«t«eeea. t m —rr rr ■■ I 0 ■Mf lii Wilmington New' Century Club has arranged the following calendar for January: Friday. January B—'10 a. m.. executive committee meeting: R.15 p. m . Arthur Daugherty Rees will lecture on "America's Foreign Policy. What Shall It Be?" Mr. Hees is well known as a speaker on I ourrent topics and at present is giving four speeches in one dav to arlous clubs in New York. He is most interesting as well as instruc rive. i ' Wednesday. .January 1 o —% p. m., I monthly meeting. Coder auspices I of legislative committee. Mrs. Flor ian e Bayard Hilles will speak on I the parole system for prisoners and i the advisability of a separate penal i institution for women wn Delaware. ( Mias Clara J. Jtouthwlck will tell of i child labor la we In Delaware and I their proposed revision. These will J be followed by music. Monday. January 15.—2 p. m., card party, benefit mortgage* fund i Mrs. Donald H. Van Trump and Mrs , Marold A. Kingsbury, hostesses. • Wednesday. January 17—l p. m.. , thirty-fifth anniversary lunoheon; I 3 p. m.. play by club members. Tickets for the luncheon may be I obtained from the chairman. Mrs. ! J. Merrick Horn. Mrs. W. W. Pusey, 2nd and Mrs. Julian Adair on and after January 3 Tickets must be reserved by January IS. Wednesday. January 24—.1 p. m.. I j I , I . . v _ w w t- T I. I lecture bv Mrs Deborah Knox Llv „ . mgston on "Chnirtian Citizenship. , Mrs Livingston Is one of th* best orarors In America and Is highly ; ; endorsed by the foremoot newspapers all over the I'nited States. She has long been prominent in t\e Women's r-hristian Temperance I'nlon. Open m meeting—all Invited. Frtda?-, January meeting of the board of directors of the corporation. Wednesday. January 31—3 p'. m.. Or. S. C. Schmucker will lecture on "The Joy of Living" D-. Schmin k ; ell known to club members well as soph . al His audience la alwaj-s delighted. Monday, January * 2«— in philo er is and is humorous as 15. 22. 23— a m.. Miss Bchetxy. teacher. Tuesday. Januars' 2 I. 1* 23 and Current Events SO—lft. 3 « a. Mrs. Chtr>s L Doughten. Norman S. Huxlej', chairman. Mrs chairman of music. Tuesday. January 3. li. 2t and 30 _ 2 p. m.. ve'ce training class Elizabeth L Schreiner, teacher. Fri dav. January 5. 12. 13 and 25-— irterTnedlate Mile Roeth. teacher, advanced class In French. Mile Mrs 2.SO p. m.. class in 3 30 French, The Woman - , Club of Newport ill meet at 2 o'clock Friday after The pro will ho In charge nf Mr, W Tomorrow even p m. Roeth. teacher. noon in the club rooms. gram A. Dannenhauer. the club will hold s social at the home of Mrs H. Taylor. The r i u v> contributed Chrlittnaa cheer in box of toy» and ornament» to the the form Christ borne at Stockier. of a tree — Washington Heights Century Club next Monda*. will hold « reception .evening 2 30 0 huehands and A musicale A a * the club house for the Boulevard. friend» of th* members n -m b« a part of the program, also will be present ad by the r i„b members T'nder the dlrecfloti nf hospitality committee re play of th« freshments will be *er\'«d. The Stanton GnmmunJtr A*eoois Friday evening 13. Th« n.«(ioci«tion planning to Invite The resident* neighboring will meet on Ion * ; dletrict to dl»cu»s the question of th« consolidation of Ja I ary 'he school». Gluh will present the following pro gram during th* month of January; Monday, January 8 % p- m.—Dra The Washington Heights Century matlc Committee. Mrs. Geo. E. King. chairman, will present play "Grand mother's Rose-Jar." New Years re ceptlon. Each member expected to bring a guest. Musical numbers :n J charge of Mrs. Herbert S. Drew. Hoa ( piiaîlty. Mrs. W. H. Girven. Tuetday, January 2.30 p. m. Regular meeting of Board of Direc I tors. 3 p. m.— Joseph T. C. Alex 15. Monday. January ^ Hutch ; n!H , n> b ook. "This Free. .. M ss Margaret E. president of Consumers' League, will | explain Child-Labor Law. Refresh 'meats. L. Mrs. ' Current Events, , Scott, chairman. ander of Claymont, first vice-pres - Federation will talk. James Holmes, will review A. Mi in tho school house, business will be transacted. dent of State McKay. 22 . « p tti.— I business meeting: Monday. January Regular monthly present written report». Mrs. Alexis P. Clark, chairman of an room of th* Hotel duPont. on Friday evening, the ninth of February, — Chalrme Wavs and Means Committee. a danoe in the Gold Ball nounces MarshalIton Civics Club will meet 2 30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon Much new at Elamer* Civic Club wi(l meet to The dl nlghf In the club building will meet In th? club bulld rect or» j Ing on Friday, day afternoon i House. Af the community were i carried #»it during th« year. j neat eawial meating «f fh« olub will t_ 'ivic Club met yester %i the Plans for the Bellefonte Community betterment m«de to b« The ("• J/rs. If. Campbell HI HI H HI HI II II !* II II II II II || I HI HI Igi II II SS $0 I II I HI Ü Wesley Campbell, of Bellemoor. took place at the jursonage of Kingswood M. B. Church, on Fri day, December 2î>. the Rev. G. W. Bounds officiating. The couple were attended by Mis« Isa belle MacLear e. sia>r of he br.de The weddng of Miss Jean Mac r*eRr.e. 13 13 Maryland avenu 0 , and Mr. and and Willard M. Fish Mrs. Campbell are living at Beilc moor, but in the near futur-* will move to New York. -Campbell formerly lived in Ä . . . . Sî ''OTland. coming to America about hre<a vea-s e-o. _ 0 M ORG WILTS' RECITA Ti. The seventh oubli»' rccl'al given under the auspice« of the Delaware Chapter of -he National A««oeia-ion f Organists will he held tomorrow evening in Harrison Street M. E. Church. The foil pre«ent*d; will bA "Inrro 'ing program Organ solos. . .. . •luction and Allegro." Handel, from Oc< asional Oratorio, (h) "Chanson Philadelphia; quartet. *'0 Lamb of God Still K°pp Me." Wolcott; sopra no. Mrs. W. C Highfield: alto. Mre. Bonnie Gilbert; tenor. Harry B Hy gato; basso. William Wallace; bans «o.o. "If God So Clothed the r.'««!«;' Bischoff. Edgar J*eopIes. accom panist, Mise Elizabeth B, Johnson; organ solo«. (a> "Grand Choeur." Spence; (h) ' Scherzosc." Itodgers. Mias Sara Spondee *Schwatlo; so prano solo. "Watch Thee a nd Pray Thee. ; H. Wakefield Smith. Mre. W. ,* Highfield: accompanist. Calvin Highfield. violin solo intermezzo from "Cava leria Rusticana." Mascagni. Master S«*b\vatlo. a ceo rn Wilmer . Edward Jaoksi ranlst. Miss Sara Srhwatlo; organ solos, la) "Canrone." Wolstenholme. <b» "flrand t.'hoeur In Emmler." Win. Ttmmings, William T. T; m.rge. TO ENTERTAIN CHILDREN. The chlldrmen of HI be entertained at on Baturday afternoon a the Italian Neighborhood * parry the house. 710 Lincoln ntreer. The party has been arranged under the auspice» of the committee nf Americanization the Wilmington New Ontury Club, of which Mrs. William H Rernm 1« »'hilrman. A feature of the afte oon will h« y hour. In charge of Mrs. The decorations -he si Floyd E. Booth, for the party will be in keeping the holiday season. ■if h be Tuesday. January* 1 ». Th» Women's Civic Club nf Rl^b 111 give a card party the Community Hou»®. Proceeds will be for the ' benefit Of the club. Mrs. William Watson, chairman of the wavs i committee. W j;i he jardaon Perk 'this evening J in J H. and rharec »a ns rp Thr Wh ip-Poor- U ill RV ARTHl'R KKGENF SMITH From nut flic golden sunset Night'« starry flame is sent. Borne on a veering shallop Above the leafy tent. A few bright sunbeams linger Beside the dimpling rill: While loud and clear ngain I hear The blythe old whip-poor-will. 'Twas here I waited for you With youth within my breast; Tou came to me with gladness And robbed me of my rest. Tou took with you the brightness But left with me the III: And still sings on from woodlands Iona The blythe old wh!p-poor-wii:| The fragrance of the (lowers, Th» glory of the ski"s. The heaving of ynnr hn«om. The sly glanee of your eve», The music of your red lips.— Ah. yS, i they haunt me still: And yet he sings and perks bis wing! The blythe old whip-poor-will! Although the eloud nf sadness Is lifted from life's blue To me the year's long shadows Still take the form of YOU! And still my feet will wander. Unbidden, by the mill To hear again the tender strain Of that old whip-poor-will; Do you so fair and saint-like Within your haven of light Know of the pain and sadness That haunts my heart tonight? You wist not of my longing; And now from yonder hill Soft falls the rain, and aing, again The Myths old whip-poor-will! 1 I 4 ! 4 V i ♦ 4 4 *?. o y MilL, m In St. Patrick's Church at nor»n to* day. Miss Agnes T. Carlin, daughtef of Mrs. Anna Carlin. 1^3 Ashtoh 'reel and W l iam J. Doughert. eon of Mr. and Mrs. James Dougherty, 402 North Broome street, wore mar* r ed by the Rev. James P. Quigley. The bride was attended bv Mtaa Julia Carlin and the best man w*a J. Parke Wtldifl. The bride wore a blue satin boofe crepe dres« with hat to mat- h and a orsage of bride roses. The bride« maid wore brown canton crepe with hat. to match and a corsage of sweet heart rose*. Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty left for Canada where they will make ihe.r future home. Miss Fa rah Harriet Gamble daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Q. Gamble. 2305 Pennsylvania avenue. and Frederick C. »Smith, were mar* ried on last Wednesday afternoon at the home of the bribe's parents, bl the Rev. John D. SkiJlton. headmas ter of Tower-Hill school. The bride was attended by Mis* Julia Gamble, of New cousin of the bride Gamble, a brother of the bride wa* Mrs. Smith is a graduate of tha Wilmington High Schoo! and for the paet three and a half years ha« been Mr. Smith the Judson C, York city, Robert J. man. secretary to Dr. Skllton ronneeted with Burns Sale* Company. Miss Beatrice A. Hitchen. daugh ter of Mrs. Martha M. Hitchen. 1021 Shailcross avenue. Palfrey, of 03 4 and Mar?- H. ere S^ott street married last Saturday afîern rac* • n si par Method;.! Episcopa! Benjami Mise Hitchen ^la a grnduata Washington School of A r\ Mr. and Mrs. Paifraf Ill live at î>»34 Scott street. .«onage h\- the Rev. Johns. A. the Washington, - 0 - 0 T) A \ f FQ A T CH iRITY BALL One of the chief social even's in Jewish circle* this month 1 « »hs twenty-fifth annual ball of the H®. brew Charity Association to be held tie Miss Cecilia Gordon. Max Kej in the New.Century Club on Tuesday evening. January 23. An attractive feature in addition to the exce'ionl music will be folk dances by Irwin Finkel snd cha c*pr dance- by lit. L. is general chairman foe the hall, assisted by the com minces: following Refreshments. Mrs. B. Roseman. chairman: Mrs Faber and Mrs. James N. Ginn«. Floor committee. Joseph Handler, chairman; Abraham Topic« Sydney Schagrln. Dr. Joseph M. Bamky. Herman Miller, Erwin N. Snellen* burg. Dr. Morris Greensteln. Nathan Breuer. Harvey F'aber. Ralph Sa!rz* man. Edward L. Harwftz and Le« Keil. Ja Of, 1 Ticket snd membership. Breu ' r - chairman: Nathan ' ,r -* ™e, N. Olnns. .Mrs. Jacob Faber. Max Kell. Charles Nathan K. LeOUfJd. ^'hirlrs Barn pi tool. S. R Daniel s f.aub i l'arrone*»es. M Mrs. B. L. ha grin. Aaron Rossmrnn, Finger, Glurkman. Dr. I. K. Kresh Price. Nathan Sch anrer. and Louis Topki« . Max Keji. chair man: Mrs. Charles K. Bre»ier. Jacob Mrs. Aaron Finger. Mrs. Nathan E. Leopold, Mrs. R # T. Rossman. Mrs. Cha rie» w. Schagrln. Mrs. James N. Ginns. Mrs. Faber. Mrs. Birne » Kresh tool. Glurkman. Mrs. Schlanger. Mrs. I/oui» Mrs. T). S. Laub. Officers of the Hehre* Mrs I. K. ? R Brice. Mrs Nat ha u Topki and soclsrion Topkis; Barsky; treasurer. Max K' Charity A« Loim N .than and Harry Gordon: secretary and super. intendant. President are: vice-president.