Clipped From The New York Age
its the'' Spanish American War, and Indian campaigns, and 'twenty - seven" with; the 8th Illinois. He it the onlv raeechaplain irt active Service with', the1:tank - .of major, and will soon be . advanced to a Keftteriant colonelcy.' - ; His father. Afred Braddan. was with the 24th Infantry, U. S. A.; from' its - formation - - through ,the merging of - two colored regiments at close of the Civil War, serving nntil retired after serving the full thirty - year period. ' 'J - - ' ; ' . !' , . Piltsburgl iVkHors :': toertemed jn Brooklyn Kenneth Wibecah. student' of the University of Pittsburgh and son of Mr. " and Mrs.' George W'becan of Pulaski street'. Brooklyn, entertained Friday - night. August 19 in honor of Miss Elizabeth Randolph and William Radolph of Pittsburgh, PaM who are in the city for the summer. Amortg those present .were:. Mr. and Mrs. Carmel .MonteV Mr. and Mrs. Ledbetter, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore r - Daniels, Mr. and Mrs.' H. BwDhet Day, Misses Mary Coleman. Siisan and Eleanor Pollard, Constance Wi!lis;lHilda Anderson, Nathalie and Dorothy ' Mirault Audrey Saunders, Edith Scott and Evelyn Wibecan. "Horace Porter, trrdle Betkman, Harold"jackman; Dr. John Randolph, Ixdlow W.' - Werter, Dr. Philip Brooks. Milton Tuckfr, Paul , Coleman, Thomas Come It son, Fred Adams and Bert Bland. : Dancing and bridge playing were enjoyed. A light repast was served.