Mrs William McDevitt and J.W. Vester NuSigmaNu tea 16Jan1921
is not It The Nu Sigma Nu Dames entertained entertained with a tea on Wednesday afternoon afternoon for the ladies of the Alumni, of at the handsome Fraternity House of dismiss- the Nu Sigma Nu, Theta Chapter, Harvey and Kasota avenues, Avon-doesn't Avon-doesn't them- ruutttm of nremier rn... .it erated the rooms and the subdued light of pink shades cast a rosy hue over the attractive tea table, at which Mrs. Lloyd Felter and Airs. the the now'11 "ai.ua poureu. greeting tne the, Buests were the President uf the ' Sigma Nu Dames, Mrs. E. O. Straeh- Straeh- iwi . ,-w ,-w ,-w ma, jwucn in- in- C. Heflebower. with Mrs. Frank mtrnetu- Una-era. Una-era. Una-era. Mm KlovH fihfoi- fihfoi- Mn' it w lnflu- Felter, Mrs. William O. McDevitt and the Mrs. J. W. Vester, assisting. Among the gegt, were Mesdames Charles L. Bonlfleldi Dennls K. Jackl,on lL Ken. and " " "u ' Z h ,1 n m , Frank Fee, h. O. Smith, John D. Mil- Mil- all, the an it the the n . . i . 1 1 1 . m ' aTV: so ler,' Dudley Palmer, Edmund M. Baehr, Gordon McKim, James W. Miller, Miller, Charles E. Kiely, Oliver Cot, Charles M-. M-. M-. Paul, Starr Ford, D. Jones, Louis J. Feld, Jr., pcorge 0. Slkes, H. Maclntyre, Charles A. Langndale, Frank D. Phlnney, James W. Rowe, D. Allgajcr, Charles J. W. Riddle, and one an old Misses Emma M. Howells, Gladys Luebbert and the Misses McDevitt Later In the afternoon a number of the members of tho active chapter looked In to welcome the ladies of their alumni.