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Lindsey-Rickards Lindsey-Rickards Lindsey-Rickards Miss Jessie Lindsey and Mr. James Edgar Richards lo Be Married. f I MIE wedding of Miss Jessie Lind- Lind- sey and Mr. James Edgar Richards Richards o Bowling Green, Va., will be solemnized at 8:30 o'clock tomorrow tomorrow night at the home of the bride's . mother, Mrs. Charles M. Lindsey, in Crescent Hill. The ceremony will be performed by the Rev. J. V. Logan, " pastor, of the Crescent Hill Prebyte-. Prebyte-. Prebyte-. rian Church, Miss Mary Greene Lind- Lind- Sey will be her sister's maid of honor. The bride will be given in marriage by her brother, Mr. John R. Lindsey. The ceremony will be followed by an informal reception. , Announcements All items concerning weddings and engagements must be signed with name and address of sender. All Items for Sunday Society pago must be in the office of society editor by Fijflay. DR. T. ' E. GOSNELL and Mrs. Gosnell announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Margaret Gosnell, to Lieut. Eugene Martin Link, V. S. A., on June 20. Lieutenant Link and Mrs. Link left Thursday to visit Lieutenant Link's parents at Echo Ranch, Omak, Wash., and after September 1 will be at home at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. The marriage of Miss Teresa Butler and Raymond F. Gruber took place Wednesday morning at St. Cecilia's Church. The Rev. Robert Crtfney 'per-fored 'per-fored 'per-fored the ceremony. Nuptual mass was celebrated by the Rev. Jaroe .J-Maloney, .J-Maloney, .J-Maloney, cousin of the bride. Miss Helen Butler was her sister's bridesmaid. Mr. Alonzo Gruber was his brother's best man. The ushers were Messrs. Joseph' G. Butler and George P. Butler. Butler. The bridal party entered the church to the strains of Lohengrin and during the ceremony Mrs. D. J. Maloney played several appropriate numbers on the violin. Miss Agnes McGill presided at the organ and Miss Bernice Lake sang the offertory number. ' The bride's dressof charmeuse was cut round in back and V in front, and was embroidered in pearls and crystals, crystals, a piece of filet lace formed the overskirt, and the court train hung from the shoulders. Her veil was adjusted adjusted with a band of pearls and crystals. crystals. She carried a shower bouquet of roses und lilies of the valley. The bridesmaid wore a dress of apricot apricot charmeuse with iianels of cream lace in front and back, and a black picture hat. Her bouquet was of blue corn flowers. The wedding breakfast was served at The Tyler for the immediate relatives relatives after which Mr. and Mrs. Gruber left for a motor trip to West Baden, Chicago and Northern Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Meyer an--. an--. an--. an--. Jiounce the marriage last night of .their' daughter, Miss Corinno Meyer, is--'Mr. is--'Mr. is--'Mr. is--'Mr. Fielding W. Koch. The wedding wedding was solemnized at the home of thexbride's parents in the presence of the immediate families, the Rev. William William F.- F.- Mehl officiating. After a; short trip to; St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Koch will be at home on East Broadway. The marriage of Miss Mary Uriel Burke of Xcw AllKiny, Ind., and Mr. Hugh Hamilton McCulloch of Louisville Louisville took place Wednesday morning at Holy Trinity Church, New Albany. Miss Anna Marie Clark of Pekln, 111., cousin of the bride, was maid of honor, and her bridesmaids were Misses Catherine Ohlicschlager of Louisville Louisville and Lucille Sweeney of Xcw Albany. Miss Mary Jane McCulloch, .niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl. The groom had for his best man Mr. Elmer L. Brown nf Owensboro, and the ushers included Messrs. John V. McCulloch, Jr., of Owensboro: Jean - McCulloch, Louisville, and Amadie Hellringer and Charles Marguet of New Albany. ' The bride, who entered with the groom, wore a wedding gown of tulle, embroidered in chenille and seed pearls, mounted over white satin. The court train was fastened at the shoulders shoulders with pearl ornaments, and the veil was adjusted with a cluster of MISS LILLIAN ' Miss Lillian Allison was ia b-ention b-ention b-ention of the Alpha Xi Delta last week' in Lexington. Informal Party Afternoon Tea for Guests. MISS ALICE TRABUE was host Monday at an informal tea at' her apartment in the Cortlandt in honor of Miss Chastine Sprattue and her guest. Miss Mary Vincent of uiarKsoaie, Miss. Those present were: MISSES Chastine Sprague, Ellen Barret, Mary Vincent, Mary Churchill Brooke Norton, Jungbluth. Matelea Mourning, Carter Brooke. orange blossoms at each side. She carried a shower bouquet of orchids, lilies of the valley and bouvardia. . The maid of honor wore orchid or gandie, mounted over pink satin, and carried pink roses and orchids. The bridesmaids wore organdie dresses. trimmed in lace with which they wore Leghorn hats and carried baskets of blue delphlnum tied with large tulle bows in contrasting colors. Miss Sweeney being dressed in pink and Miss Ohlicschlager in green. A musical programme preceded the ceremony, after which an informal re ception was held for the Immediate 'amines. Mr. and Mrs. McCulloch left on an extended wedding trip, in cluding a cruise on the Great Lakes, and will bo at home .with the bride's aunt in New Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Robert "W. Slack an nounces the engagement of his daugh ter. Miss Eli3e Julia Slack, to Mr. Leeds Conway. The wedding will take place In August. The wedding of Miss Frieda O'Koon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. O'Koon. and- and- Mr.- Mr.- Jacob Kaplan of Xew York, will take place at 5:30 o'clock this afternoon afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Franks on Sixth Street. Mr. Jf. Duke Dennes announces the engagement 'of his daughter. Miss Thelma -Dennes, -Dennes, to Mr. Clarence E. Wolff. The wedding will take place the latter part of August. The wedding of Misa May L. Albert and. Mr, .Edwjn Leroy Will was solemnized solemnized quietly Tuesday morning at the parsonage of the Portland Avenue Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, the Rev. P. L. King officiating. Miss Louise Will was tiie maid of honor. Mr. Paul E. Will was his brother's brother's best man. After the ceremony, the bride and groom left for a short lour to the Great Lakes. The marriage of Miss Grace Lee AL'e and Mr. Lewis Adrian rarpley took place at the home of the bride, Saturday .evening, June 24. The ceremony ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. E. Renn. Mrs. Fred Harig had charge of the music. The house was beautifully decorated with ferns, and hydrangeas. Cathedral candles were also used In the decoration. Mrs. Dewltt W'igginton of Minneapolis Minneapolis was matron of honor. Miss Betty Ostcrmeir of Springfield, 111., was maid of honor, Misses Jean and Jane Able were flower girls, and Miss Suzanne Suzanne Nevin carried the ring. Mr. Lee Able was Mr. Tarpley's best man. The bride was gowned in " white Canton crepe with a "court train falling falling from the shoulders. The tulle veil was arranged Spanish .comb effect, caught with a band of "orange blossoms. blossoms. Her bouquet was a shower, of valley and bouvardia. The matron of honor woro a gown, of orchid chiffon made with a girdle of silver ribbon finished' with a bunch of silver grapes. She wore silver slippers and carried a shower, bouquet of lavender sweet peas and lavender statice. The maid of honor wore a gown of turquoise turquoise Canton crepe and' cream lace made with a silver girdle. " She wore silver slippers and carried a shower of pink sweet peas and gypsophila. The flower cirls wore frocks of peach- peach- colored organdia and carried baskets of sweet peas tied with blue tulle and silver ribbon. Tne ring bearer wore a frock of white organdie trimmed in pink rosebuds and carried the ring in a French bouquet. A.n Informal reception followed the ceremony. Mr. and- and- Mrs. Tarpley left later In the evening for a short trip South, after which they will be at home at 528 East Broadway. The wedding of . Miss Genevive Helene Hutchison and Mr. Arthur Edwin Edwin Runner wa solemnized- solemnized- nt 8 DELEGATES - ALLISON. delegate to the National Con- Con- Sorority, which was held j., ! Wife (Photograph from the Standiford' Studio. -MRS. -MRS. KENNETH LEEDS HOLMES. j Mrs. Kenneth Leeds Holmes, wife of Captain Holmes, U. S. A., of Providence, R. I., was formerly Miss Martha Martha Sparks. The wedding took place June 24 at the home of the bride's , parents,'. Mr..and Mrs. William J. Sparks, at Mt. Vernon. I ' o'clock Tuesday night in the rectory of St. Mary Magdalene's Church, Brook and College Streets. The ceremony was performed by Father William Gausphol, pastor of the church. Miss Mary Rose ; Shelley was the maid of honor and tne bride's only attendant. attendant. Mr. Raymond E. Hutchison', Atlanta, Ga was Mr. Runner's best man. Miss Shelley wore an orchid faille beaded frock made with round neck, short puffed sleeves and bouffant skirt with cascades of lace. Her hat was-of was-of was-of black maline and lace. She carried an arm bouquet of pink rosebuds ana ferns. The bride wore a three-piece three-piece three-piece suit of white Canton "crepe and satin. The coat was a short sleeveless affair worn over a handmade blouse of embroidered embroidered crepe. Her hat was a white Milan trimmed with a fringed sash, which was draped from the drooping brim. She carried an arm bouquet o? Kil-larney Kil-larney Kil-larney roses and ferns. Mrs. O. E. Hutchison, mother of the bride, wore a whife 'crepe " net dress mounted over satin. Her corsage bou quet was of rose pink sweet peas. Mrs. Lee Runner, mother of the MISS ELIZABETH Miss Elizabeth Williams returned last night from Lex- Lex- ington, where she was a delegate at the convention of the Alpha Xi Delta Sorority. - of Arm? Officer ife't--'.- ife't--'.- ife't--'.- ife't--'.- ife't--'.- groom, wore a black lace and net dress mounted over crepe, with a corsage bouquet of orchid colored sweet peas. Mr. and Mrs. Runner left immediately immediately after the ceremony, for Chicago on a wedding trip. Among the out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town guests for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. James A. Walsh of Indianapolis and Mr. Raymond Raymond E. Hutchison, Atlanta,' Ga. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Kaplan will receive, receive, from 7:30 to 11 o'clock tonight in honor of the engagement of .their daughter. Miss Sophie Kaplan, and Mr. Abe Miller. The wedding of Miss Lillian Heim and Mr. James J. Mazzoni took place at , 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at St.' John's Church, Clay and Walnut Streets. Miss Xellie Helm, sister of the bride, wore a dress of peach-glow peach-glow peach-glow organdie and hat to match. Her dress was made with pin tucks and cream-colored cream-colored cream-colored lace. She carried an arm bouquet bouquet of Mrs. Ward roses. The bridesmaids bridesmaids were Misses Hilda Weis and Marie Mues. Both wore orchid color organdie with deep cream bands of TO SORORITY CONVENTION WILLIAMS. , - " ;- ;- ' -... -... . II - lace and pin tucks. Orchid ribbon which ..fell from the shoulder formed the girdle. Both carried Columbia roses and lavender" sweet peas. Miss Mary Alma Heim, the flower girl, wore a dainty frock of green organdie trimmed with ruffles and narrow green ribbon which finished finished with tiny pink rosebuds. She carried a basket of pink sweet peas. Miss Heim wore a gown of white silk lace mounted over ivory ' satin. " The gown was draped on the . sides with panels of lace which fell below the skirt, and were caught at the waist lines with large pearl ornaments. The bodice was cut square In front and V in back, her court train which was held in place at the shoulder with large pearl ornaments, was lined in pale green. Her veil which was cap effect, was caught with a wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley and roses. After the ceremony, a reception reception was held at the bride's home. The wedding of Miss Violet Gertrude Gertrude Emily Whatley and Mr. Marlon Bradley Thompson was solemnized at MISS NELL GINGLES. Miss Nell Gingles of Murrayy the guest of Miss Elizabeth Elizabeth Williams at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Williams, on Southern Parkway, represented her chapter at the sorority convention at Lexington, Informal Parties At IMnner-Dance. IMnner-Dance. IMnner-Dance. AMONG those who reserved tables for the regular dinner dance .at the Louisville Country Club. last night were Messrs: and Mesdames Cbb- Cbb- selberry Dunkerson, William Heyburn Alex Gait Robinson, TV. Reed Era bry,. J.' T. Jefferson, W. W. Crawford', Crawford', Elliott Callahan, Albert Dick, Mrs. A. A. Blgelow, Messrs. Frank Gatchell, William Malone, wiiuam a Pirtle. 9 o'clock Wednesday night,, 'the Rev. Robert H. Tandy officiating. The bride was given In marriage by her father, Mr. George Whatley. The bride's dress was of white brocaded satin, draped with lace and trimmed with orange blossoms. She wore the same wreath and veil that her mother was married in twenty years ago, In London, England. Dorothy- Dorothy- Whatley, sister of the bride, . was maid of honor. She wore a "dress of peach crepe de chine and lace. Violet Ro-senham, Ro-senham, Ro-senham, the first bridesmaid,' wore a pale green, crepe de chine dress. Miss Carolyn H. Thompson, the second bridesmaid, wore an orchid crepe de chine dress. The bridesmaids' bou quets were of sweet peas and roses. The bridea bouquet was of bridal roses. Mr., Jack Bartlett was . thc groom s , best man. Messrs. TV. L. Whalen and J. A. Mattmlller were the ushers. H. J. -Rice,' -Rice,' Jr.. and Har old Tungato. were flower boys. Thev wore suits or white satin, ana each carried a basket of flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Thomnson left later in the evening for Lookout Mountain, x enn. The marriage of Miss Glynn Mack- Mack- in and" Mr. Louis A. Dunne was solemnized at, 9 ojclock Wednesday morning at St.. Louis Bertrand's Church. The ceremony was perform ed by the Rev. B. J. Rodman, J. P. of Sr. Mary's, Kansas, cousin of the groom, assisted by Rev. J. A. Mackin, O. P., cousin of the bride. The church was decorated with palms and ferns. Miss Orene Mackin. nLster nf tho bride, was maid of honor and the bridesmaids included Misses Mary Helen Bush, Elizabeth. Duane, Ruth cassny ana Anita wathen, Lebanon, Ky. Mr. Anthony Harig was Mr. Duane's best man and the ushers included Messrs. Morris Duane, Phillip Phillip Campbell, James Duane and Car rol Stivers. The bride, who was given In mar riage by her uncle, Mr. P. Glynn, wore a wedding gown of ivory satin, draped' with pearls. The court train was of satin with garlands of orange blossoms at the end. The bride's veil was adjusted with a wreath of orange blossoms. A shower bouquet of lilies of the valley and orchids composed the bride's bouquet. . The maid of honor wore a dress of peach taffeta with on overdress of cream silk lace with hat to match. She carried 1 an arm bouquet of delphinium delphinium and sunburst roses tied with maline to match' her dress. The bridesmaids' were . attired in taffeta made basque, effect.. They wore ileghorn hats with streamers of chiffon to match' their dresses. Misses Bush, and Duane wore orchid orchid and Misses Cassilly and Wathen wore green. Each carried an arm bouquet of Ophelia roses tied with streamers of maline. The ceremony was - followed by a breakfast at the bride's home in Floral Terrace. Mrs. Mackin was gowned in white silk crepe and wore a corsage of orchids orchids and sweet peas. Mrs. W. H. Duane, mother of the groom, wore gray canton crepe and corsage of orchids and sweet peas. Mr. and Mrs. Duane left Wednesday Wednesday afternoon on their wedding trip. Among the out of town guests for the wedding were Rev. B. J. Rodman, St. Mary's, Kansas; J. A. Mackin, New York City; Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Strain, Indianapolis; E. P. Millet,- Millet,- Cincinnati; Cincinnati; Miss Mary McNamara, St. Louis: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Conner, Conner, Bardstown; Mrs. J. T McShane and Miss Mildred McShane. Fort Worth, Texas; Miss Johanna Steel and Mrs. Tom Steel, Madisonvilic, Ky.; Miss Elolse Fenwick and Mrs. Lester Raley, Lebanon, Ky, arid Miss Madeline O'Laughlin, Camp Knox, Ky. MRSi VINCENT THOMAS entertained entertained Informally Friday after- after- nnnn In linTlrtr- linTlrtr- nf MIrb .TMqle Lindsey, who marriage to Mr. James ttdgar Kicnaras win taice place 10 morrow. xnuoe present weie; MESDAMES ' Racy Given, C. T. Dearing, John Probst, George Wanless, Ferdinard A. Landis Morris. Graham, MISSES Jessie Lindsey,. Fannie Thomas, Mary Graeme Ruth White, Lindsey, Jane Bruner, fhmh Vonnerman. Gertrude Cham- Cham- Elizabeth Whit- Whit- ' bers. ney, Caroline ijroaa- ijroaa- Irene McCabe, dus, Mary Browning C.Ivia Doane of Rnniiah Biirlinirton. Ia. Elizabeth Thomas, Dorothy Edelen. 'Personals -R. -R. AND MRS. WILLIAM H. VI KAYE and Miss Mary Parke Kaye will leave in August to spend a month at White Sulpnur Springs, W. Va. Kfw Wl'r-H"-n. Wl'r-H"-n. Wl'r-H"-n. Wl'r-H"-n. Wl'r-H"-n. ATlreailT and Miss Emlli'e Locke Breaux are spending the summer at Neantawama, Mien Mr. and Mrs. Hovt Gamble, who are visiting Mr. and Mrs. William James Dodd in Los . Angeles, left yesterday to accompany Mr. and Mrs: Dodd on two week s motor trip to we Yosemite Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Flexner and Edward M. Flexner, Jr., have re turned from a visit in New York. Messrs. Maurice . Graham Whitley and Ballard Breaux left las,t week to spena tne summer on a rancn in t-v t-v t-v Mexico. Mrs. Arthur Krock and son, Thomas P. Krock, will leave Friday for St Paul. Minn., and will go later to spend a month in Trempeauieau Coun ty, Wis. Mrs. Morris Belknap has returned from a short visit to Swickley, Penn Mr, and Mrs. J. William Jefferson and daughters. Misses Isabel, Louise and Beatrice Jefferson, and Mr. car- car- lyle Jefferson, who are motoring from Wellesley, Mass., arrived yesterday at their home in Glenarm. Miss Violet Spencer, who is .visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Price, will return July 10 to Wash- Wash- Ington. Madame Christian Hauge of .Wash ington is the guest of her brother, Mr. James Ross Todd and Mrs. Todd. Mr. Byron Hllllard returned last week from Princeton ' University to spend" the summer with' his smother. Mrs.- Mrs.- Byron Hllllard. Miss Keith Sperry left last week to spend a month in Chicago. Mr. arid Mrs. Harold Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Vertner Smith will leave the middle of- of- this month to spend several weeks at Cape May, N. J. Dr. Oscar Bloch, Mrs. Bloch and children. Dr. Anna Lawrence and Dr. Julia Ingram left yesterday to spend a month in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Callahan will leave the middle of this month to spend the remainder of the-summer the-summer the-summer In Ashevilie, N. C. Mrs. Fillison Speiden and Miss Josephine Blackman have returned from a visit to the Rev. A. Paul Bag- Bag- by and Mrs. Bagby in Wake Forest, X. C. Miss Janice Loeb left last week for Xew York for a short visit before go ing to spend the summer at a girls camp in Maine. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Doolan will leave this week for San Francisco to attend the meeting of the American (All iih..l.. Ir.im the StandUonl SliaS MTSS ETJ7,A"RF.TH ET.LTS. 1 Mis3 Elizabeth Ellis of Sturgis, who is a guest of MiW Elizabeth Williams, represented VVUIVUUVil AAV V IUOV It A AAA Mrs. Benjamin H. Lowry Gun of Honor. MISS FANNY MAYBALDRIDQ1 entertained informally Thuti day afternoon In honor of Jjrj Benjamin H. Lowry. who left TneJ Travis, San Antonio, Texas. Tht present were MESDAMES Bejamin H. John Garibaldi ' Lowry, H. B. HarrU nf 'J George Chescheir, Washington r Wnltpr R rinlnpjj T Wfiri-a., Wfiri-a., Wfiri-a., ' Jethro Hancock. Baldridge, Leonard Pierce of William K. Fort Moultrie, S. Gregory, C, MISSES Mary Browning Aileen. Hamilton & Irene McCabe, Bar Association and will visit Hani' lulu before returning to Loultvflj, lilt? UlOl ui. aukusl. Miss Elizabeth Farquar will retnr. this week to Pittsburgh after a visit it several weeks to Miss EllzabeS -ncner. -ncner. .- .- nh Miss Charlotte Morris will leave ik(J week to visit Miss Virginia Hamlltoiiftli in ijeiugiun. Mrs. Adam Vogt left Thursday foi Bay View, Mich., to spend the sunun at her cottage. She was accomponltj by her daughter, Mrs. Clarence P, lueiiui, mm LUKurvn (Jl. xiiuianapoiU. Miss Fredna Jackson of DaUai Texas, will arrive - this week to Tin .una i,cuuivo uiiaavu. Miss Katherlno Slaughter of a pepper, Va., will arrive Tuesday to visit Miss Cornelia Skinner at thj home of her parents. Dr. Corneliuj Skinner and Mrs. Skinner. Mr. Frank L, Fletcher of ClDcin. nati will arrive Saturday to spend thd week-end week-end week-end witn nis motner, Mrs. Hob. ert Fletcher, and sister, Mrs.. Jopepa J. Diei. Miss Mary Cecil Dulaney will- will- lean tomorrow rd Lake Ahmlc, Canada. Miss Adelia Bangs will leave this month for Hlndsdale, III., to visit her sister, Mrs. Thomas Willis, 1 andlfiv Willis. Mrs. Henry Heyburn has returned from a visit in Ann Arbor, Pittsburnt and Philadelphia. Miss Lucille Hikes left last'weekto spend the summer at Nakawana Camp; in Tennessee. Mr. William B. Belknap will nil July 8 for a six week's trip tb'JSjK rope. Mrs. Mattie Black Tucker left, ye terday for Detroit to make her homi with her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Hyatt; and Mr. Hyatt. ' u Mrs. A. M. Scoggin ana . daughter: Ber Miss Mary.-Elizabeth Mary.-Elizabeth Mary.-Elizabeth Scoggln,: JeftniE yesteraay to spena several weeo iq Lexington. Mrs. J. Clifford Miller left Tester. day for New York, whence she ma 'sail to spend several months in- in- E rope, -.i -.i Miss Florence Atemlller left yettef. dav for New York to be (rone seven! weeks, visiting her uncle, Mr. August" Trauth, .formerly of Louisville. BM will stop at Niagara Falls on -her -her turn trip. Masters Irvln Abeli. William Abell- Abell- and Richard Condon will Mart- Mart- Wednesday for Camp Marquette, H:, to remain until September. Charles McCord and Robert McCW, have gone to Los Angeles, Calif, t, visit Mrs. John Oliver. ' ' : ' Janet McLean, who have been spent Ej Inf BAt-Ai-nl BAt-Ai-nl BAt-Ai-nl BAt-Ai-nl BAt-Ai-nl mnnthn nhrnfld. will re K. turn this week to Louisville to ijnn Continued on Page 5, Column U her chapter at the sorority AiliAiUWU ire? fi!SC ,rb Sill II' ilU Itfri ttfn tfbi i; I id Hi Itl :0( El r sl i lii "j . . '- t.r: - 'r-r-.:. 'r-r-.:. 'r-r-.:. 'r-r-.:. 'r-r-.:. ... ',.-.(-..,'.-.: ',.-.(-..,'.-.: ',.-.(-..,'.-.: ',.-.(-..,'.-.: ',.-.(-..,'.-.: ',.-.(-..,'.-.: ',.-.(-..,'.-.: ttl

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