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Social news, 1921 - immoral. C. M. M. .Wiedor-hold. IN A SOCIAL WAY...
immoral. C. M. M. .Wiedor-hold. IN A SOCIAL WAY Mr. and Mrs. Henry Norris Piatt, of Laverock, Chestnut Hill, will be guests of honor at a dance to be given given on Thursday evening, June 0. at the Huntingdon Valley Country Club, bv Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson, Patterson, of 2200 St. James Place. Mrs. Piatt, before her recent mar- mar- riage was Miss Page Randolph Anderson, Anderson, of Savannah, Ga. Mr. ad Mrs. John Bancker Gribbtl, of the Wellington, have issued invitations invitations for a dance on Friday evening, evening, June 10, at the Huntingdon Valley Valley Country Club at half after eight o'clock, to meet Mr. and Mrs. James Aubrey McCurdy, of 8403 Navahoa avenue. Chestnut Hill. Mrs. McCurdy was Miss Idella L. Gribbel. ' Rev. and Mrs. George Calvert Carter. of "The Rectory," Bryn Mawr, will entertain the members of the parjsh at a tea this afternoon after 4 o'clock in the garden. Mrs. George Wilcox IWclver, of 2217 Rittenhouse street, has gone to Edge-water Edge-water Edge-water Park. N. J., where she will be the guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. . Philip S. Clarkson, of "Spruce Acre," Edgewater Park, where she will remain several weeks. Miss. Emily Janney, daughter of Mrs. Mario Montu, of Turin, Italy, but " now residing in New York, and a , granddaughter of the late Mrs. James Carstairs, of this city, will become the bride of Mr. Francis Beverly Eyre, of Hem stead, L. I., on Wednesday, Wednesday, June 15, in the Church of - the Incarnation, New Y'ork City. Miss Helen Morris Janney will be the maiJ of honor, and her sister's only atten- atten- dant. The best man will be Mr. . Henry M. Eyre, a brother of the . bridegroom. The ushers will include 'Mr. Rodney W. Williams, Mr. Edward Edward Hurd, Mr. Norman K. Toerge., Mr. Henry W. Miller, Mr. Sterling H. Iyison and Mr. Beverly M. Eyre. A reception will follow at the home of Colonel and Mrs. Mario Montu. 121 Madison avenue. Miss Janney was presented to society in this city and has been extensively entertained by her many relatives. Mrs. George B. Evans, of the Bellevue- Bellevue- Stratford. will give a luncheon today for the Women's Club of the Second Presbyterian Church. Miss Harriet Biddle, daughter of Mr. J. Wilmer Biddle, of the Ritz Cail-ton, Cail-ton, Cail-ton, is entertaining Miss Anne Huntley Huntley Gordon and Miss Elizabeth Gordon, Gordon, daughters of Mrs. Douglas H. Gordon, of Baltimore. Mr. Biddle and his family will occupy "Bindtr-ton "Bindtr-ton "Bindtr-ton House," their home in Chestnut Chestnut Hill, next month. Mrs. Frank B, Gummey, of German-town, German-town, German-town, accompanied by Miss Helen C. Henderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Henderson and Miss Sava-ellen Sava-ellen Sava-ellen Richardson, daughter of Mrs. Tolbert N. Richardson, of German-town German-town German-town will sail on June 25, for Europe. Mr. and Mrs. Trevanion B. Dallas, of Chestnut Hill, announce the engagement engagement of their daughter, Miss Fdith Wharton Dallas, Jr., and Rev. Stanley V. AVilcox, son of Mrs. Ellen Wilcox, of Germantown. Rev. Mr. Wilcox is assistant rector of Gloria Dei, Old Swedes Church. No date has been set for the wedding. Mrs. George Fales Baker, of the Belle- Belle- vue-Stratford, vue-Stratford, vue-Stratford, will entertain at supper supper at the Huntingdon Valley Country Country Club next Tuesday. The guests will include Mrs. Nicholas Biddle, Mrs. Harrison K. Caner, Jr., Mrs. William P. O'Neill, Mrs. Joseph W. Lippincott, Miss Sarah H. B. Penrose, Penrose, Miss Mary Starr Griscom. Miss Mary B. Thayer, Miss Rachel Fitler, Miss Virginia B. Carter, Miss Helen L. Sewell and Miss Elizabeth Joanes. Miss Anna Shippen Lewis, of 123 South Twenty-second Twenty-second Twenty-second street, and Miss Florence Gillingham will sail for Europe today. The marriage of Miss Virginia Lee Bacon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Coates Potts, Jr., of 481 Hazel avenue, to Mr. James Spencer ( Halkett, son of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Halkett, of the Gladstone, will be solemnized at 7.30 o'clock this evening in St. James' Protestant Episcopal Church, Twenty-second Twenty-second Twenty-second and Walnut streets. A reception will follow the ceremony at the Belgravia for the families dt the' bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Converse, of "Chetwynd," Rosemont, will entertain entertain at a , luncheon at Gulph - Mills on Sunday. . . s " " , Mrs. Samuel Simpson Logan, of More-land More-land More-land avenue. Chestnut Hill, and her daughter, Miss M. Elizabeth Logan, will leave about June 1 for Bayhead, N. J., where they will spend the summer. summer. Miss Margaret S. Ixgan will spend several weeks at Beaver Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Evans Norton. of "Falcon Hill," Rosemont, will spend August at Narragansett Tier. N. J. . Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Megary and their daughter will sail for London on next .Tuesday. They will. - remain abroad several years. At the wedding of Miss Dorothy Walton Walton Blair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton D. Blair, of Edgewater Park, and Mr. James Moore Austin, son of'Mrs. .Esmonde Austin, of 1S21 Pine street, which will be solemnized in St. Mary's Protestant Episcopal Church. Burlington, N. J., at noon, next Wednesday, Miss Frances Tre-nchard Tre-nchard Tre-nchard Leaf will act as maid of honor and the bridesmaids will be Mrs. Hobart W. Porter and Miss Eleanor Brander Austin, sisters of the bridegroom; Mrs. Cyrus II. Lewis and Miss Louise K. Line, both of New York: Mrs. George E. Bartol and Miss Rachel Price. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Large, of 58 Wesl Willow Grove avenue, Chestnut Hill, have taken a house in Cape May, which they will occupy early next week for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Ferree Brinton,pf 1913 Rittenhouse Square, will close their home early in July and will , occupy their farm at Town ere, N. Y. JVIr. Brinton will leave August 1 for a month's trip to Canada. Mrs. George Mendcnhafl Hillman, of West Main street. Moorestown, N. J has issued invitations for a luncheon luncheon and bridge which she ; will give at her home today, Mr. and v Mrs. Aubrey. Huston, of "Shingletop." Berwyn, are receiving congratulations on the birth of twins, a son and a daughter;, on May 27. t Mrs. Huston will be remembered as ; Miss Helen-L. Helen-L. Helen-L. Coates. daughter of - Mr. and Mrs. William M. Coates, of 1717 Sprucfe street. " ' to no ot . A. in H. at for

Clipped from The Philadelphia Inquirer02 Jun 1921, ThuPage 10

The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)02 Jun 1921, ThuPage 10
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