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THE RICHMOND PAL IiADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1910.
PAGE FIVE Edited by Miss Elizabeth R. Thnmis WIDDINQ OF INTEREST. Tb following account ot a wedding celebrated In Indianapolis It of local Interest as several persons from this cltr attended. Mr. Fred Johnson was best man. The clipping Is from the Indianapolis Newa. The marriage .of the Rev. William Heilman. rector ot St. James Episco pal church at New Castle, to Mrs. Pearl Manley Carroll, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. William P. Manler of Dublin, took place this mortal ng at 11 o'clock at Christ church, the Rev. James D. Stanley officiating. The ceremony was followed by the celebra tion of the communion. Mr. Stanley's son assisting as celebrant. Previous to the marriage, Alfred Grindle, cathe dral organist, ot England, now ot this city, played a program of bridal mu sic, which was followed by the march from "Lohengrin" as the bridal party entered. The attendants were Mrs. Ruth Manley Thornburgh of Dublin, a sister of the bride, who was the ma tron of honor, and Mr. Frederick Bates Johnson of this city, the best man. The bride wore an Imported gown of white silk radium trimmed with Irish point lace and wore a crown of whltet flowers. She carried a prayer- book. She also wore a peari oroocn, a gift from the bridegroom's aunt, Mrs. Annie Fellows Johnston of Louis ville, the author of the "Little Colon el" stories. Mrs. Thornburgh wore a lemon-color satin meteor gown, trim med with Irish point lace, and wore a crown of yellow flowersv Following the ceremony and com munion service a wedding breakfast of twenty-fly covers was served at the hotel English. The table was dec orated with a basket of pink roses. Mr. and Mrs; Heilman left this after noon for Mr. Ilellman's former home In Evansvllle. where his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Phillip Heilman will give a large reception for them. Lat er they will return to their home in New Castle. Among the guests who came for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Heilman of Evansvllle, the parents of the bride groom: Misses Helen and Rose Heil man, hla sisters, and Mrs. H. E. Bason his aunt, who was the promoter of the housing bill In the last legislat ure; Mr. and Mrs. Elbert 8. Griffin of El wood; Miss Merle Weeks of Ran Antonio; Miss Mary Krlvel and Miss Kdna Johnson of Richmond. Ind.; Mrs. Maude Roots of Conner vl lie, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mullens of Balem, O. Among the gifts was a handsome carving set from the clergy of Indian apolis. Mr. Heilman Is the grand pre tor of the Sigma Chi of Indiana and Mr. Johnson, the best man. is a mem ber of the fraternity. jt js j TO ATTEND PARTY. Mrs. George Chrlsman of South Sixth atreet, will go to Cincinnati, Ohio, Monday to attend a house party TO DO given OT Airs, rrint iwnivi ai her home In Walnut Hills. Saturday Mr. Chrlsman will poln the party and remain over Sunday. Mrs! Chrlsman will be accompanied by Mrs. Lewis Eastwood , Bunnell of Bridgeport, Connecticut, who will be her guest for some time. jl ( jd A QUEST HERE. Mrs. John Murray of Chicago, Is visiting In the city the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. R. Cook, who has been seriously 111, but Is much Improved, ja LAROE CHORUS. A large chorus has been organized to sing at the Tearly Meeting to be held. this week at the East Main Street Friends' Church. The chorus will furnish the music next Saturday and Sunday. js jl js HAVE RETURNED. - MY. and Mrs. 8. E. Swayne and daughter. Miss Juliet Swayne have re turned from an outing at Petoskey, Michigan. jl jl jl WILL ENTERTAIN THURSDAY. Mrs. H. R. Robinson will entertain with an evening party Thursday in honor of Miss Gwendolyn Fbulke. who will sail Monday, September the twenty-sixth, for Europe. w COME THIS WEEK. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Smith, who have been spending the summer at their summer home in Oden. Michigan, are expected home this week. jl 4 4 GUEST HERE. Mr. E. H. Thompson Is the guest ot Mr. Forest Mote at his home in South Eleventh street over Sunday. HAS RETURNED. Miss Ruby Tingle has returned from visiting relatives and friends in Day ton. Ohio. Jl Jt J i visi i inu nmb ' Mr. Carl Bernhardt who has been spending the past week in Indianapo lis. Is home to spend Sunday with his mother. Ji J Jl FOR CINCINNATI. Mr. Charles Hofhelnx went to Cin cinnati, Ohio, yesterday. He will be accompanied home by Mrs. Hofheins and daughter who have been spending some time in Cincinnati. D. A. R. MEETING. The first meeting ot the Daughters of the American Revolution for the year will be held Saturday afternoon. October fifteenth. The hostesses wiiu When you feet SsffirsS rout, tired, worried or despondent it in a sure sign you need MOTTS NERVERINE PILLS. They renew the normal vigor and make life worth living. B tare and mk for fSotf Nerwine Pills EWK! WILLIAMS MFC. CO.. IW. ClmM, Okie fttr sale by Conker Drug Co. be Miss Grace Roble and Mrs. Hauah ton. The program according to the year book will be as follows:- Old Fashioned Garden, Mrs. Roble. Advancement of Civic Beauty, Miss Woodward. Conversation. The Wider Home, Mrs. Jennie Tar yan. Music. Liza Lehmann's 8ongs. Jl J Mr. Earl Kamp has gone to Milwau kee to join Mrs. Kamp who is the guest of friends and relatives at that place. Jl Jl Jl TO RETURN HOME. Miss Opal James, who has been spending the week here will return to her home in Greenfield. Indiana, today. She wUl be accompanied home by Miss Maude Crubaugh. Jl v" J TO 8INQ OFFERTORY. Miss Pearl Hasecoster will sing the offertory this morning at the St. Paul's Episcopal church. All are invited to attend. Jl ji Ji TO RETURN NEXT MONTH. Colonel and Mrs. W. J. Roble and daughter. Miss Grace Robie, who have been spending the summer at their cottage In Petoskey expect to return home next month, after a most delight ful sojourn. - Jl JS Jl ARE AT HOME. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Rindt and son have Just returned from a vacation of a month, being guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Atwell, at their summer home on the Licking River, near Zanesville, Ohio. jl jl ENTERTAIN FOR MR. LACEY. Mr, Leroy Lacey will be the guest of honor at a company to be given Fri day evening at the First Methodist church by the chdlr. The affair prom ises to be most enjoyable. Jl Jl Jl IS AT HOME. Miss Blrdella Reber who has been visiting friends, and relatives in Ken tucky for sometime has returned to her home in South Fourth street. BILLHEIMER-PARKER. Mr. Ralph E. Billheimer and Miss Rebecca Mi-Parker were quietly mar ried Saturday afternoon at two o'clock by the Rev. Thomas McNary, in the Second Presbyterian church parson age. Only the relatives witnessed the ceremony. The bride and groom were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Parker. The young people will reside in this city. Their friends are glad to extend con gratulations. jl ji jt HAS RETURNED. Miss Jessie Cronin has returned from a pleasant fortnight's visit with friends in Rushvllle, Indiana. Several social events were given in her honor while there. jl jl jl DINNER FOR GUESTS. Mr. Frederick Bates Johnson of Ind ianapolis entertained with a dinner at the Claypool Hotel recently in honor of the Rev. William Meilman. of New Castle and Mrs. Pearl Carroll, of Dub lin. jl jl ji SOCIAL SCHEDULE FOR WEEK. Monday A social will be given at the Second Presbyterian church by the members of the Christian Endeavor society. Tuesday Members of a card club will meet In the afternoon. Thursday The weekly card party will be given at the Country Club for members. The game will begin at two thirty o'clock. Mr 8. H. R. Robinson will give an evening party. Members of the Kappa Alpha Phi Fraternity will give a dancing party in the Odd Fellows' Hall. The dance was postponed from last week. Friday Mr Leroy Lacey will be honor guest at a party to be given at the First Methodist church by the choir. .4 ji js A GUEST HERE. Mr. John Starr of Cincinnati, Ohio, is in the city to spend Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Starr. Jl Jl Jl PROGRAM TO BE GIVEN. A special song service will be held this evening at the First Methodist church by the choir under the direc tion of Mrs. Grace Gormon. Mr. Leroy Lacey will be the soloisu All are in vited to attend. The program will be as follows: Organ Prelude. Offertory. Schumann's Quintet Vincent "Lift Up Your Head's" ........ Smart Choir. "Out of the Depths" Rogers Mrs. Ray Longnecker. "The 8un Shall be no More Thy Light 'ty Day" .: Woodward Choir. "Savior When Night Involves the Sky" Shelley Mrs. Gormon, Mr. Raymond Wehrley, Mrs. Raymond Longnecker, Mr. Le roy Lacey. Offertory, "Larghetto from First Sym phony Schumann "O Gladsome Light" Sullivan Choir. "O Tell the Sweet Old Story". .Gabrail Mr. Leroy Lacey. Festival Te Deum . Dudley Buck Miss Edith Duke. Mr. C LankerL Mrs. Ray Longnecker, Mr. Leroy Lacey assisted by choir. Postlude, Scherzo from the Fourth Symphony ............ Schumann Mrs. Grace Gormon. choir director. Mrs. L. C. King, organist. Jl J J VESPER SERVICES. Vesper services will be continued this evening at the Second Presbyter- Music lan church. An excellent musical pro gram will be presented. The public is most cordially Invited to attend. 41 Ji J TO OPEN SEASON. The Musical 8tudy club, one of the best known musical organizations of this city wiU open Its season some time In October. This organization is arranging for a concert which will probably be one of the most import ant musical events of the fall season. . J Jl J REGRET TO SEE HIM LEAVE. Many friends of Mr. Leroy Lacey, the well known baritone regret to learn that he Intends to leave the city to become an Evangelist singer. Mr. Lacey has assisted a number ot mu siclans In this city at different recitals and bis absence will be greatly felt in all musical circles. jt jt jl WILL SING TODAY. Miss Marie Kaufman, a student of music at Cincinnati, will sing this morning at the First Christian church. The public is most cordially invited to attend. Other music for the serv ice will be furnished under the direc tion of Mr. Robert Wilson. Mrs. Wil son will preside at the organ. There will also be an evening service. Jl jl jt EXCELLENT COURSE. The music course at Earlham col lege this fall promises to be a most excellent one and no doubt a number of students will avail themselves of studying music this year. Miss Laura Gaston will have charge of the instru mental music and Aurele Borriss, the vocal. Jl Jl Jl ABOUT BISPHAM. The following clipping from the Mu sical Courier Is of interest here as David Blspham is expected to give a recital In this city during the winter: Three Pennsylvania cities Altoona, Johnstown and Reading will be the first to hear David Blspham on his concert tour this coming season. Fol- FREE TO Asthma Sufferers A New Hene Cure That aroae Cn Vmr Without ninroitifort or Un of Time. We have a New Method that euros Asthma, and we want you to try It at our expense. No matter whether your Is of long-standing or recent de velopment, whether It is present as Hsy Kever or chronic Asthma, our method is an absolute cure. No matter in what climate you live, no matter what your or occupation, our method will certainly cure you right in your own home. We especially want to send It to those apparently hopeless cases, where all forms of Inhalers, douches, opium preparations, fumes, "patent smokes." etc.. have failed. 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After his recita? on Octo ber 13, the baritone will go to Wichita where he will give a recital on Octo ber 19 this to be followed by an ap pearance in Grinnell two days later. An appearance in Pittsburg is sched uled for October 27, and a New York recital October 31, thus during the month before the season really is opened Mr. Bispham's time will be comfortably filled. A Btrong list of engagements is booked for November and December extending from Phila KJIIJ Particular News for Particular People ffSome stores think ffWe count particular women profitable. 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Through it all, however, the famous uous tasks of trying on the numerous e Paris shop keepers. delphia as far west as Greeley, Col., and including such cities as St. Louis, South Bend, Ind.. Columbus, Oiho, St. Joseph, Mo., and Topeha. Jl Jt Jt CONCERT AT MILTON. Mr. Leroy Lacey gave a concert at Milton, Indiana, last evening. The following program was presented: Valse-Dolmetch Miss Rachel Thomas. Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep Male quartet. . The Two Grenadiers Mr. Lacey. Solo, cornet Mr. Albeht Newman. Monologue Mr. H. R. Manlove. IB A HTM particular women are a was xwJULrJ Three Obituaries Male quartet. Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes Mr. Lacey. Solo, cornet Mr. Albert Newman. Jl Jl Jl HAS RETURNED. Mr. Herbert Witherspoon, who haa sung in this city several times has just returned from a trip abroad. Jl Jl Jl TO SING IN WISCONSIN. Madame Schuman-Heink will give her flrst recital at Eau Claire, Wiscon sin, Tuesday, September twenty-seventh. EXPERTS STUDY. 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