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SAN FRANOiSCO CHKOiOLlJi My mo lias the on - m - B - - a to as a - N tha a - in of - of to in - - a - -MRS -MRS WILLARD DROWN and her little daughter Mrs Drown Is one of the patronesses of the gypsy fete dansant to be given on June 8 for the benefit of the San Francisco Polyclinic It will be held at the Fairmont Hotel tV SSBTSBTSBTSbV lHlflBBTSBS Xv HV Laaaam F1 aasaih tfNHBxTaaHaBTeTeTeTaaWBBlTal JJB BLBBBBBBBbH jSjH3 l9pCS8jSSHHHHHHHHe jf - tjrHPtlRf It - - - - - - of turning to the mission field for several several years But evidently the compelling appeal of the situation cannot be resisted by the zealous and philanthropic Mrs Spencer who has written a friend that she will be in San Francisco for ten days early In September on her way to resume work In the Philippines under under Bishop Brent She will again be warmly greeted and generously entertained entertained by our social leaders who have tremendous admiration for one of Mrs Spencers Ideals and devotion to self - effacing service MOLUK MODISH Childrens Party Little Miss Evelyn Dempsey the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack Dempsey of Mill Valley celebrated her third birthday Tuesday afternoon afternoon wth a childrens party Fifteen Fifteen of the younger generation of Marin county assembled In tho Dempley home for the usual diversions diversions of an affair of tho kind and while the children played their mothers enjoyed several games of bridge Those who assembled at the little hostess home were MffiSDAMES Jam Jenklos Wsllsce Wrlirht Edfsr Via Berfteo Leflle Srtnme Joseph ft Tbompnon Delrasr Clfstoa Frederick rtjompwn Arthur Smith UISBS Silly Jenkins Csrollns Symroei niorls Van Bersen Marios Smith Marlon Thompooo Hlen Dempaey Helen Clinton T MASTERS Jlmmj Jenkins John Clinton Knsar Van Herjen Arthur Smith Jr Joe Tnompaon Jack Demnaey Jr Frederick Tliorapaon Jr The Hospital Mrs Gertrude Atherton has entirely entirely recovered from - her recent Illness Illness and has left the hospital for her home on Mornlngslde Height In New Tork city Her daughter Mrs Albert Russell is staying with her j j i ie w e The many friends of Mrs W H C Bowen will regret to hear of her UU ness at St Lukes Hospital From New Orleans The following residents of New Orleans Orleans now In the West are on their way to visit the exposition Mr and Mrs Robert H Downman Mrs Sadie Cameron McDonald Mrs Ringgold - Broftsseau Mr and Mrs Andrew Stewart Others who will attend tha exposition later In the season art Messrs and Mesdames George W Clay John O OKtlley Walter D Denegre an4 Miss penegre Gypsy Fete Dansainit Planned for Jimnie 8th A gypsy fete dansant ia the delightful delightful affair planned for the afternoon of June Sth at the Fairmont Hotel The proceeds of this event will be devoted to the San Francisco Poly clinic in which a large number of San Franclacans are Interested The Norman room where the feto will take place will be fitted up In gypsy style There will be many features suggestive of a gypsy camp in tho programme which will be given by a group of the younger set Dano - lng will ba enjoyed throughout tho afternoon Dr Philip King Brown president of thi Polyclinic Is assisted by a committee committee for tha dansant composed of Drs Bruce Foulkes Henry Horn and Tracy Russell For more than twenty - six years tha San Francisco Polycllnlo his eon - ducted clinics for tha small wage earners and the poor of San Francisco often caring for as many as 100 patients a day Not only have the staff of fifty - two physicians given their services but for the last three years In order to make tbelr work more effective effective they have contributed from 13 59 to 110 a month to meet running expenses As the work of moat clinics is rendered less affective because the patients ara not followed up on the outside tha Polycllnlo for the past six years has provided several nurses and volunteer workers who have been making these visits Out of tha et - forts to follow up the patients has grown tha social service department with twelve to fourteen women in I constant attendance seeing that thai work In every way Is properly co ordinated and that the direction of I tha physician ar carried oat Several year ago It became neces sary to establish a dental cllnlo and through the benefaction of Congress man William Kent whose daughter was one of the volunteer social workers workers the money was provided and now there ara two dentist who work there nearly all day The Polycllnlo 1 heavily in debt for Its new building and hopes to raise several thousand dollars at one to help decrease Its expenses and tha gypsy fete dansant 1 counted on to lessen it indebtedness The patronesses patronesses tor tha affair ara MISDillES Harry Horsier Scott Funds Caroisa George T Cameron Jnaepb L King Walter S Martin J I U de Yount auranee Irvlns Rentt Mountford A wllaoa WIHert Drown Ferdinand Therlefc C Frederick Kobl Jnhn Metcalfe William T Keaonn Halliard flton - T William tV W ytnnrn Charts C Moor R Clemens Horat Pent Hsyas Robert Henry Clarence Breeden WllUsm Snerwood r O O Miller Oeort W McNear Charles Butreca Philip King Brown Harrr Wllllar Harry P Vmbaen Latham MeMutlin Lswreoee W Harris Qeorse Lyman l stanlelsh Arnold Benefit An important social event scheduled for this week Is the recital that will be given Thursday evening at the St Francis Hotel for the benefit of tha organ fund for the chapel of St Marye Hospital The Colonial ballroom ballroom will be utilized for this affair Dr J Wilson Shlels dean of tha hospital hospital is making the arrangements for this affair A musical programme In which Misses Fernanda Pratt and Elsie Sherman Mrs J a Brady Uda Wal - drop Charles BuJotti and Henry Perry will contribute will be supplemented supplemented by several other Interesting features Pr Shlels will be heard In some of hi clever recitations Harry Williams tha author of Its a Long Way to Tlpperary and other song has promised to sing an original song for the first time on this occasion Isaac Upliam - will exhibit several Pictures taken during a reoent trip around tha world and as an accom paniment to the view will gv an Informal explanatory - talk They were shown a few mohths ago to a number of his friend at the Bohemian Club Attractive souvenirs of the concert win be the programmes which have been designed by Halg Patlglan and Kindall BOrsugtt Many dinners will be given before the affair and suppers will follow In the rose room at the 6t Francis ii 6 UNION 6QUARC nwimrtu The City of Paris - will remain

Clipped from San Francisco Chronicle30 May 1915, SunPage 14

San Francisco Chronicle (San Francisco, California)30 May 1915, SunPage 14
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