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G C Adams at Party - Mr. E. A. Foy. Jr.. Mr. F. X. Fund, Mr. A. J....
Mr. E. A. Foy. Jr.. Mr. F. X. Fund, Mr. A. J. Bole. Mr. F. J. Altmen. Mr. J. M. Fisher, Mr. J. P. Murphy. Mr. H. J. Ollllgan. Mr. Howard Griffin, Mr. Walter Heekln. Mr. Walter Verkemp. Mr. Edward F. Dalaney, Mr. W. H. Will s. Mr. C. Hagmeyer, Mr. E. Ferguson, Mr. Joa A. Veikamp. Mr. E. J. Knapp, Mr. John W. Daly. Mr. John B. Sullivan. Mr. J. H. Clasgena Mr. Walter Nolan, Mr. R. H. Ferger, Mr. J. E. Leverona Dr. C. J. Broeman, Mr. Oranvl Lawrence. Mr. Chaa Irw.s, Ottawa. III.; Mr. J. H. Frencb. Mr. W. M. Wilson, Mr. F. A. Mulvlbill, Mr. W. C. Mullally, Mr. Elmer Voas. Mr Frank Brtegel, Mr. H. F. Topp, Mr. R. WIIKamaoa Mr. Chariee B. Howard. Mr. Joa F. Rlelag. Mr. John F. Feck. Mr. Alfred Rlelag, Mr. C. Dorger, Mr. Vaushan Montgom-sry, Mr. J. C. Topmoeller, Mr. H. L. Robben. Mr. Elmer R. Rltter, Mr, Edward King, Mi. John Ryan. Mr. Justice Xruckemeyer. Mr. L. A. Fritsch, Mr. C. J. Mullane, Mr. Al J. Pender, Mr. R. B. Frame, Mr. J. A. Richmond, Mr. A. .A. Kttua. Mr. Jack Russell, Mr. J. J. Kelly, Mr. Ray Wetterer, Mr. Walter Wetterer, Mr. T. J. Homan. Mr. P. A. Roberta Mr. Howard McClorey, Mr. J. B. Fltsgerald. Mr. Robert Schenck, Mr. C. J. Geaalng, Jr., Mr. G. C. Adams, Mr. 8. H. Gray, Mr. Joaeph Gerllng, Mr. R. 8. Whaples. Mr. N. A. McDonald, Mr. W. E. Bsrrs, Judge William A. Geoghegsn, Mr. Otto Palm. Mr. Bert J. Reynolds, Mr, G. J. Sthafer. Mr. Walter McDonald, Mr. J. D. Mullally, Mc E. O. Bor-ger and Mr. William Moerleln. Miss Josephine ThrelkeldTof Nlcholas-vllle. Ky., Is the guest of Miss Helen Harms, of Hyde Park. ' One of the prettiest sights that pleased everyone on Liberty Bell Day was ths many children of the O. A. R.'a under the care of one of the Official Committeea Mra. D. Z. Boring. Mra Oscar Grant, carried a magnificent laurel wreath with red. while and blue ribbons, which was presented to the Bell by Frances Hoffman, little seven-year-old daughter of Judge and Mra Frederick HolTman. who la a member of the Children of the American Revolution. Dr. and Mra F. W. Harmon have gone to New York to meet Mies Frances, wbo Is a pupil at Vassar College, and to en-Joy with her the opera and the theaters during her Thanksgiving holiday. Tuesday evening the marriage of Miss Irene. Rlsch and Mr. Charles F. Sulan Was vary quietly solemnised at the parsonage of St. Patrick s Church at North-aide by Rev. Matthew O'Brien. An elaborate dinner was served at the boms of ths bride's parents, on Chambers street, the number of guests being limited te the Immediate family and a few Intimate friends. Ths attendants were Miss Catherine Rasbsch and Mr. WUIIam Or! ess. Miss Frances Hlnes presided at the piano, and Mlaa Ella Budhoff. Mra. Da Buiher and Mies Freda Hofer, popular young soloists, rendered some very pretty selections Amid showers of confetti the happy young couple left oh the midnight train for New York. The Non Troppo held their November meeting at the home of Miss Eraser. -'e

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 28 Nov 1915, Sun,
  3. Page 58

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