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Jonrnal-Every Evening, Wilmington, Delaware, "Wednesday, January 7, 194? B Engagements, Weddings Highlight January Social Calendar in State Brides This Month Ten Defense Topic To Be Discussed By Clubwomen Delaware to Be Represented at Meeting In Capital This Month Delaware club women will be represented by three members at the General Federation board meeting and National Forum to be held at the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, One of the January Brides-Elect Style Display On Panhellenic Spring Program Red Cro Work to Take Place of Bridge Games By Organization The Wilmington Panhellenic group made plans for activities for the coming months at a business meeting preceding the January bridge luncheon held yesterday at the Hob. College Branch To Be Addressed By Book Editor Kenneth McCormiek To Be Speaker at Meeting Next 3Ionday "The Human Side of the Book Publishing Business" will be the theme, of an address to be given by Mr. Kenneth McCormiek, chief associate editor of Doubleday, Doran and Company of New York, at the January meeting of the Wilmington Branch of the American Association of University Women to be held at 7:45 o'clock next Monday evening at Tower Hill School. Friday, Feb. 20 has been chosen as the date for the annual winter dance of the branch for the benefit of the fellowship fund. The dance will be held from 9 to 1 o'clock in the Gold Ballrooom of the Hotel DuPont. As in the past, the junior group of the branch will be in charge cf arrangements. Miss Evelyn Brad-shaw is chairman of arrangements. Mrs. Union Worthington has been appointed representative on the honorary coordination committee, Delaware Chapter of American Women's National Defense Service, while Mrs. Charles B. Paschall will serve as chairman of enrollment and placement. Cooperation of branch members is urged in the Victory Book Campaign in which Delaware's quota is 20.000 volumes for the Army and Navy men. Church Recalls Missionaries In Korean Fields Christian Work Is Halted By Japanese Conquest, Guild Is Told The Woman's Guild of Westminster Presbyterian Church heard an account of the life of missionaries in Korea and the implications of the Japanese conquest by Mrs. Clarence Hoffman, wife of the missionary to j Korea supported by Westminster Church, at its meeting on Monday i afternoon in the church. The mis- sionaries have been , recalled because of the war. Mrs. Ira K. Steele presided over ihe business session when a group of officers to serve for two years were elected. Tney are: Vice-president, Mrs. Charles H. Redmile; treasurer, Mrs. Philip O. Harding: assistant treasurer, Mrs. Andrew ic. Mearns: recording secretary, Mrs. E. G. Poole. The officers will be installed at the March meeting of the guild. A report on the Christmas work of the guild was made by Mrs. J. C. Smith. The congregational dinner of the church will be held on Jan. 21 with Circle 8. Mrs. Gilbert T. Stephenson, leader, in charge. Mrs. Raymond K. Cole will be chairman of the arrangements. A ladies' night entertainment-is ! being planned for Jan. 13. Mrs. C. Marshall Dann is chairman for the guild in assisting with the party. The executive committee of the guild will meet on Jan. 14 at 10 o'clock at the church. Circles will meet on Jan. 19. Devotions yesterday were conducted by Mrs. Forrest J. Funk. Tea followed with Circle 6. Miss Marjorie C. Tatnall, leader, as hostesses. I Engagements KENNETT SQUARE, Pa., Jan. 7- Special). Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Leo of "Wayside Farm," Kennett Square, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Clara G. Leo to Corp. George E. Hawkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hawkins of Gardiner, Maine. Corporal Hawkins is stationed at MacDili Field, Tampa, Fla., a member of the Air Corps. KENNETT SQUARE, Pa.. Jan. 7 'Special). Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce McNemar of Chatham have announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Marietta McNemar to Mr. Charles P. Pesce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Pesce, Sr., of Clifton Mills. Miss McNemar is a graduate of the Avon - Grove Consolidated School. Mr. Pesce graduated from Kennett Consolidated School and Beacom College. KENNETT SQUARE, Pa., Jan. 7 (Special). Mr. and Mrs. John Evans, Jr., of Avondale, have announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Margery Evans, to Mr. Andrew Bruce of South River, N. J. The announcement was made at a recent buffet supper given by Mr. and Mrs. Evans, and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Walp, at the latter's home In Avondale. Guesto present were: Mr. and Mrs. John Wayland, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Collison of Wilmington, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidson of Roselle, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Beatty cf Newark, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Keck of Allen-town. SALISBURY, Md.. Jan. 7 (Special). Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Percy White of this city announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Julia Doremus White of Baltimore, to Mr. Leroy Elbert Tufft, Jr., of Hurlock, Md. The wedding will take place this month. Miss White, who Is a graduate of Wicomico High School, also attended Maryland Institute In Baltimore and Is now employed In Baltimore. Mr. Tufft Is a graduate of Rider College, where he was president of the Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity, and of th University of Baltimore Law School. He is now stationed at Fort Belvoir, Va. mm Kennard-Pyle Studio. Miss Naomi Hallowell SHE will become the bride of Mr. Vernon Golds-borough Bailey on Saturday. The ceremony will be performed at 7 o'clock in Eastlake Methodist Church. Miss Hallowell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hallowell. Jr. Mr. Bailey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lay Bailey of Prospect Park, Pa. Weddings of Christie-Stiltcell The wedding of Miss Leona Christie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Piatt of Berkley. Pa., and Mr. Clarence Stilwell. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stilwell of Morton. Pa., took place on Sunday. Jan. 4. in Hanover Presbyterian Church, the ! Rev. John Herrick Darling of- fixating Mrs. Emma M. Brackney, aunt of the bride, was her only attendant man. After a short trip, Mr well and his bride will live porarily in Morton. Stil-tem- Fielder-Gulick Annnnnrpmpnt' is madp of thp marriage of Miss Virginia H. Fielder, i daughter of Mrs. J. F. Walter of this city, and Mr. Herbert A. Gulick. son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent L. Gulick of McDaniel Heights. Tne wedding tock place on Fridav, Jan. 2, in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, the Rev. James F. Kelly officiating. Mrs. Alvin Sprouse of Penn's Grove was matron of honor. Mr. Calvin F. Savage of McDaniel Heights was best man. After a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Gulick will be at home at 131 West Seventeenth Street, this city. Ticilley-Trivits Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Irma S. Twilley, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Twilley of Hebron, Ml, and Mr. Charles Trivits, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tnvils of Port Penn. The wedding took place on Dec. 24. the Rev. E. P. Thomas, pastor of St. Paul's Methodist Church, this city, officiating. The bride's only attendant was her sister. Miss Edith Twilley. Mr. Earl Eaton of Port Penn was best man. The couple are at home at Port Penn. Lee-Rod per s Mr. and Mrs. C. Herbert Lee of Strickersville, Pa., have announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary Ella Lee. to Mr. John R. Rodgers, son of Judge and Mrs. William Rodgers of Thornton, Pa. The ceremony was performed on Dec. 27 at the parsonage of Chester-Bethel Methodist Church by the Rev. W. E. Habbart. Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers will live in West Chester. Mrs. Rodgers is a member of the nursing staff cf the Doris Memorial Unit of the Wilmington General Hospital. Jenkins-Runsell KENNETT SQUARE. Pa., Jan. 7 (Special). Miss Margaret Jenkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jenkins of Avondale, and Mr. Jack Russell of Coatesville were married on Wednesday, Dec. 31 in the Avon-dale Methodist Church by the Rev. J. Vincent Townsley. The bride was given In marriage by her brother, Mr. Martin Jenkins. Mrs. Harry Woodward attended her sister as matron of honor. Mr. William Russell was best man. A reception for the families and a few friends was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Woodward, Avon-dale. Tne bride, who is a tap dancer, with her brother, often appeared at local performances. Mr. and Mrs. Russell will live at Bala-Cynwyd. Rrice-Phillipg CHESTERTOWN, Md., Jan. 7 (Special). The marriage of Miss Margaret Ann Brice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Tylden Brice, of near Chestertown, and Ensign Brewster Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Phillips, of Memphis, Term., took place on Saturday, Jan. 3, In the Protestant Episcopal Church in Newport, R. I. The bridegroom, who is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, is stationed on the U. S. S. Augusta in Newport harbor. The bride is well known in social circles of Chestertown. She will remain in Newport with her husband until he receives further orders. Miss M date of her Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Smith. Miss Holgate is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holgate. The ceremony will take place in the rectory of Sacred Heart Church. Interest to City and State I Greigg-Wilhelm The marriage of Miss Pauline Greigg. daughter of Mrs. Ida Greigg and the late Mr. Martin Greigg of Claymont, and Private Richard A. Wilhelm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arte-mus Wilhelm of this city, toek place on Sunday, Jan. 4. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. Stanley Lowell of Claymont. Mr. Robert Wilhelm, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Mrs. W. E. Shepherd was bridesmaid. Mr. W. E. Shepherd also was an attend- Private Wilhelm returned on Monday to Paterson. N he is stationed. Cashman-Pennington Miss Alice V. Cashman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cash-man of Claymont. and Mr. Harvard H. Pennington, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Pennington of Grubb's Road, were married on Jan. 1 in Chester-Bethel Methodist Church by the Rev. W. E. Habbart. The bride was attended by Miss Margaret Cashman. Mr. Gilbert Pennington was best man. The bridegroom is with the U. S. Army at Indiantown Gap, Pa. Rendler-Craig DELAWARE CITY, Jan. 7 (Special). The wedding of Miss Ethel Marie Bendler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bendler. formerly of Port Penn. and Mr. Julian Craig of Cecilton, Md.. was solemnized Monday evening in Cecilton. The oride is a graduate of Mid-dletown High School and the bride groom of Cecilton High. The couple will make their nome in Wilmington. Ash-Zubouirz LEWTSS. Del.. Jan. 7 (Special). Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ash announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Naomi Elizabeth Ash. to Sergt. Joseph B. Zubowicz of New York City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Zubowicz of Wilmington. The marriage was performed last Sunday by the Rev. Harry V. Bran-ford, pastor of the Bethel Methodist Church here. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Harbeson Warrington of Millsboro. Mr. and Mrs. Ash will live in New York. Greennood-Schahinger GALENA, Md., Jan. 7 (Special). Professor and Mrs. Arthur L. Greenwood, of this town, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Phyllis Greenwood, and Corp. Edward H. Schabinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Schabinger, of Fel-ton. The ceremony took place at the home of the bride's parents here on Dec. 29, the Rev. Paul E. McCoy, of the Methodist church officiating. Her sister. Miss Laura Greenwood, of Washington, was her only attendant. The best man was the bridegroom's brother, Mr. Robert J. Schabinger. Miss Mabel Toulson, of Chestertown, a cousin of the bride, played the wedding music. A reception followed after which the couple left on a honeymoon. Taylor- William SALISBURY, Md.. Jan. 7 (Special). The marriage of Miss Josephine Helen Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sidney Taylor of this city, and Mr. Earl Haworth Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Monroe Williams, also of this city, took place New Year's Day in Asbury Methodist Church. The Rev. Dr. Hamilton P. Fox officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Florence Standiford of Forest Hill, Md., was maid of honor. Mr. La Monte Williams was best man for his brother. Mr. Edward Betts and Mr. John Foxwell, both of this city, were ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Williams are at home in the Crewmor Apartments after a short wedding trip. Wi t : i Photo by Davis Studios. Dorothy Holgate 1SS HOLGATE has chosen Jan. io as me wedding to Mr. John Joseph. A nzman-Mcyetpr Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss E. Carol Ar.z-mon of Atlantic City to Corp. Charles J. McNespy of Pope Field, Fort Brace. N. C. son of Mr. and .Tames McNesoy. 522 Springer Street, this city. Tne ceremony took place in Florence, S. C. on Dec. 24. Con fern-Leather The wedding of Miss Ruby L. Confers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hewett Confers of Howard. Pa., and Mr. Joseph F. Leather?, son of Mr. and Mrs. Justice Leathers, also of Howard, were married on Dec. 30 in the parsonage of .Chester-Bethel J., where j Methodist Church by the Rev, W. I E. Habbart. The couple was at-! tended by Miss Margaret Hill and Mr. Jerry' Leathers of Howard. Nulhunek-Barrett DOVER. Del.. Jan. 7 (Special) Mr. and Mrs. John Melhunek ffn-nounce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Mary P. Melhunek, to Mr. Charles D. Barrett, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Barrett of Cleveland, O., j on Nov. 29. 1941, in Baltimore. j Mrs. BarTett is a graduate of the Dover High School and Is a graduate ; registered nurse of the Church Home and Infirmary' In Baltimore. She is now a member of the nursing staff at Johns Hopkins Hospital. i Mr. Barrett is a graduate of the Collinwood High School. Cleveland, and is employed at the Glenn L. Martin Company in Baltimore. The couple is living in Baltimore. enkin-McMahon CHESTERTOWN, Md.. Jan. 7 (Special). The marriage of Miss Kathryn Elizabeth Jenkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cor-bin Jenkins of "Travila," near Chestertown, and Mrs. Edward Smith McMa'non. son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. McMahon of Chestertown, took place Saturday afternoon, Dec. 27. in St. Luke's Protestant Episcopal Church, in Sea Cliff, the winter home of the bride's parents. The bride was attended by Mrs. James Campbell of Garden City, L. I., as matron of honor, and Misses Dor s Morrison and Virginia Jenkins of Sea Cliff, as bridesmaids. Mr. H. Dale Rees of Chestertown was best man. Mr. James Campbell of Sea Cliff and Mr. R. Clarke Davis of Chestertown were ushers. A reception followed at the Brookville Country Club. Chester-town guests who attended the ceremony and reception were Mr. and Mrs. William H. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. R. Clarke Davis and Mr. William H. McMahon, Jr. Phyllis E. )tall Bride on Jan. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Hall of Bristol, Pa., have announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Phyllis Evelyn Hall, to Mr. William Palmer Hobson, son of Mrs. Florence Hobson and the late Mr. Wilmer P. Hobson of Kennett Square. The wedding will take place at 4 o'clock on Jan. 24 in Lower Brandy-wine Presbyterian Church. On Their Honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bradford Reckord are on their wedding trip in New York. On their return they will live in Towson, Md. Before her marriage last Saturday in the Baker Chapel of Western Maryland College, Westminster, Md., with the Rev. F. G. Holloway. president of the college, officiating, Mrs. Reckord was Miss Catherine Ann Jockel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Jockel of Union Park Gardens, this city. Mr. Reckord is the on of Mrs. Henry Rckord and the late Mr. Reckord of Towson. Junior Board Session An executive meeting of the Junior Board of The Memorial Hospital will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning in the nurses home. Mrs. William T. Hughes, president, will preside. Jan. 22 to 26. Mrs. Clarence Fraim, who has been chosen to compile the "History of 50 Years" of the General Federation and other groups, will take an active part in the program, giving a report of the progress of the history thus far. History of Many Club The volume, which will include the history of the General Federation, all state and county federations, and many foreign clubs, is now being assembled through club assistants in all part of the country Mrs. J. Paul Green, president of the Delaware State Federation, and Mrs. L. Mulford Taylor, director from Delaware to the General Federation, also will attend. The general theme of the conference will be "Defense." Speakers will include: Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox, Gen. George C. Marshall, chief of staff. United States Army: Brig.-Gen. Donald Connolly, administrator of Civil Aeronautics: Miss Julia Stlmson. president of the American Nurses Association, and Miss Mary Beard, director of the Nursing Service, American Red Cross. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt will preside at the session on "Civilian Defense." Speaker in this section will be: Miss Eloise Davison, assistant director; Miss Jane Seaver, youth member. Volunteer Participation Division: Mr. James P. Kirby, chief press relations section; Brig.-Gen. L. D. Gasser, War Department member. Board for Civilian Protection, and Miss Wilmer Shields, community volunteer service. Thls session will be held on the first day of the conference. On Jan. 24 the morning topic of discussion will by "Defense of Our Economic System" with the following speakers: Mr. Henry Morgen-thau, Jr.. Secretary of "the Treasury; Mr. Claude R. Wickard. Secretary of Agriculture; Mrs. Frances Perkins. Secretary of Labor; Mr. Leon Henderson, administrator. Office of Price Administration and Civilian Supply; Mr. William S. Knudsen. director general. Office of Production Management: Dr. Harriet Elliott, consumer commissioner. Council of National Defense. Will Discuss Defense The afternoon session will be devoted to "Defense of the Western Hemisphere." Speakers: Mr. Sumner Welles, Undersecretary of State; Dr. L. S. Rowe. director-general. Pan American Union: the ambassador of Venezuela. Dr. Diogenes Es-calante: Mr. Nelson A. Rockefeller. LThere will be special church service in the Washington Cathedral on Jan. 25 with the Rt. Rev. James E Freeman, bishop of Washington, as the speaker. The afternoon will be devoted to a tour of the National Gallery of Art. j Mrs. John L. Whitehurst. presi- j dent of the General Federation, will give a tea on Sunday afternoon from 5 to 7 p. m. at the General Federation. Headquarters. The evening program will conclude with a patriotic review, "You Can Defend America." Reports will be given at the clos- ; ing sessions Jan. 26. j Lucille TV. Petitt Bride on Saturday The wedding of Miss Lucille V. j Petitt. niece of Mr. and Mrs. J. j Benjamin Petitt of Snow Hill, and j Mr. Roger D. Gray, son of Mr. and j Mrs. George E. Gray of Dover. N. H.. will take place Saturday evening at 6:30 in the Hillcrest Methodist Church. The Rev. A. W. Goodhand will officiate. The bride will be attended by hrr sister. Mrs. Austin M. Waters, as matron of honor. Miss Eleanor H. Wright and Miss Mary G. Ward will be bridesmaids. The bridegroom will have Mr, Newlin Keen as best man. Mr. Charles Davis and Mr. Jack Keen will be u.'-hers. The bride is a graduate of Beacom College and is associated with the Hercules Powder Company. The bridegroom Is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire and is emploved by the General Chemical Company. New York City. Shower Ten Party "i Chen Bride-Elect Miss Dorothy Clayton was honor guest at a shower given recently by Miss Elizabeth C. Martin at her home. 401 West Thirtieth Street. Mrs. Mac Sumner Mullin also recently entertained with a tea at her home at Holly Oak in honor of Miss Clayton. The engagement of Miss Clayton and Mr. Major N. Travers has been announced. Attended Opera Wilmington guests who attended the presentation of "The Magic Flute' given by the Metropolitan Opera Company last nigat in the Philadelphia Academy of Music were: Mrs. Artnur it. wciunstry and her debutante daughter, Miss Margaret A. McKinstry; Mr. and Mrs. H. Fletcher Brown, Mrs. Charles F. Richards, Mrs. John Biggs. Sr., Mr. and Mrs. William A. Worth, and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Moore Bates. Daughters to Meet Queen Victoria Lodge, No. 257, Daughters of St.. George, will meet at 8 o'clock tomorrow night in Orange Hall. Following the business meeting the members who celebrate birthday anniversaries In January will be honored. Photo by Stone Studios, Ph::. Miss Georgie Shreaves A MOSG the January brides will be Miss Georgie Shreaves who l has chosen Jan. 26 as the date of her marriage to ,V. Joseph V. Hughey of this city. Miss Shreaves is the daughter of Mr. William Shreaves 'and the late Mrs. Shreaves of Park 'ey, Va. Mr. Hughey is the sen of Mr. Thomas A. Hughey of Lewes. On their return from a wedding trip south. Mr. Hughey and his bride will live here. Mr. Hughey is a member of the advertising staff of the Sews-Journal papers. City Clubwomen Start New Play In Bridge Series Moore-Mullikin Team Is Winner in DnPont Group Match Highest .score in the first of the new series of duplicate bridge games for associate women members of j the DuPont Country Club went to i Mrs. W. E. Moore and Mrs. R. N. ' Mullikin. Their averace for the ; six games, which were concluded on Monday, was 53.69. Other high scorers in the series were: Second. Mrs. J. P. Martel and Mrs. A. E. Parmalee with an average of 5701, and third. Mrs. G. H. May and Mrs. R. W. Fulling with an average of 54.62. Winners in Monday's games played at the clubhouse were: High, north and south. Mrs. A. L. Flen- j ner and Mrs. J. I. Mendenhall. I 69 69; second, Mrs. A. H. Rankin i and Mrs. A. F. Clark. 62.37: high j east and west, Mrs. W. E. Moore ; and Mrs. R. N. Mullikin. 67.50. and ; second, Mrs. R. E. Kilbourne and Mrs. B. H. Von Bremen, 60.28. The second series of duplicate games will begin on Monday, Jan. j 26. at 1 p. m. All associate women members are invited to participate, j The players must participate in at J least five of the six games to be j eligible for the finals. Mrs. J. I. Mendenhall Ls chairman of the committee arranging duplicate games for associate wo men members assisted by Mrs. T. j Lees Bartleson. Mrs. C. F. Chandler. Mrs. R. G. Clarkson. Mrs. A. L. Flenner. Mrs. J. P. Martel, Mrs. R. N. Mullikin. Mrs. A. E. Parmalee, and Mrs. F. T. Roberts. Stole Social Workers Preparing for Defense Delaware Chapter of the American Association of Social Workers held a business meeting following luncheon yesterday at the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Helen Hoepfner presided. A report was made by Miss Norma Philbrick. representative from the chapter to the committee on health and other community interests of the Delaware Defense Council. Miss B. Ethelda Mullen reported on plans being made on the committee for evacuation -in the defense plans. This committee will be divided into a number of sub-committees on which social workers will be given some specific job to do. Wilmington High 9 29 Class Plans Reunion Plans are going forward for the reunion dinner of the January, 1929. graduating class of Wilmington High School. The party this year will be held with a dinner on Jan. 28 at the Hotel Darling. Class members desiring information may call Miss Florence E. Young, telephone 91-2364, or Mrs. Helen Sweetman Carothers, telephone 91-615. On Lecture Committee Mrs. J. Frederick Lohman, Jr., of Brooklyn, the former Miss Genevieve R. Frantz, of this city, is serving on a committee which is arranging for three benefit luncheon-lectures for the Brooklyn Children's Museum. The luncheon-lectures will be held at the Waldorf-Astoria, In New York, this month. Mrs. Lohman is a director of the museum, which is one of the largest of its kind in the world. H I Personal And Social News Mrs. Chichester duPont is at the ; Nautilus Hotel at Miami Beach, Fia. Miss Deborah G. Rood, who is on ' an extended trip m California, is expected home about Feb. 1. Lieut, ar.d Mrs. Walter M. Jef-1 fords, jr.. of "Hunting Hill," Glen! Riddle, entertained recently at an informal party for Miss Joan Caner. debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Cancr of Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. LeRnv Hoicombe have returned to their apartment on Tne Strand. New Cast!", after spending the holidays m Chicago. Mrs. Henry T. Bush is at the St : Regis Hotel. New York City. U. S. Semtor ar.d Mrs. James H. . Hughes were among the guests at : an informal party given on Monday at the Sukrave Club in Washington bv Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hatch." Mrs. B. E. Marean and her j daughter. Miss Helen Marean. of j New York, formerly of this city, are at the Hijhland Pines Inn. Southern Pines, N. C, for a winter ! stay. Mrs. John Hatt and her daugh- j ter. Miss Elizabeth Hatt. have been j guests this week at the Hotel Bilt-more, New York City. Mrs. S. C. Hanby. Henry Hanby. Mrs. P. W. Hanby and Mlvs M. E.i Wilson have been recent guests at the Seaside Hotel, Atlantic City. j Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Coker j have been at the Vanderbilt Hotel, ; New Yo'k Citv. i Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pratt of j Jackson Heights, L. I . were the ; holidays guests of Mr. Pratt's ! mother. Mrs. S. A. Pratt, of 517 ! West Twenty-second Street. j Mrs. Ellen Hill and Miss Virginia j Pierce have been recent visitors at the Hotel Senator. Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Theodore Francis Bates and their young son. Robert, left yesterday by airplane for their home in Tuscon. Ariz., after spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Moore Bates. 'Selborne Farm," Greenville. Smithers Green has returned to; his studies at Dickinson Junior College, Willianvsport, Pa., after spending a part of the holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Green of Richardson Park. The j latter part of his vacation he attended the second national Methodist student conference held at the University of Illinois, at Ur-bana. 111. W. C. T. U. Meets An all-day executive meeting of the Delaware State W. C. T. U. was held yesterday at 100 West Eighth Street, with Mrs. Anna Lee Waller, state president, presiding. Mrs. Ethel C. Wheatley, Sussex County president, conducted devotions and Mrs. Elizabeth M. Jakes, New Castle County president,, announced plans for the observation of a Day of Prayer at 100 West Eighth Street on Thursday, Jan. 22. Immediately following the meeting Mrs. Waller left for Florida where she expects to spend some time. Mrs. Max R. Karrer, Panhellenic president, presided. Red Cross work will take the place of. bridge games following th February luncheon meeting to be held at Winkler's. Kappa Gamma Sorority mmbprs will be in charge with Mrs. E. J. Mayers as chairman. Thp group also voted a donation to the Rpd Cross. Other plans include a style show in March and a supper dance in April at. the DuPont Country Club. Members of Kappa Delta serving as hostesses for yesterday's meeting were: Mrs. Frederick A. Hodge. Jr. Mrs. J. B. Sherts, and Mrs. C. A Williams. Others attending the session wr: Kappa Delta. Mrs. Max R. Karrer and Mrs. E. Forman; Phi Mu, Mrs. E. E. Beard; Kappa Aloha Theta, Mrs. T. J. Ulsh: Alpha Omicron Pi. Miss Louise Porter. Mrs. J. McKel-vey. Mrs. E. V. Piatt, Mrs. I. W. Hudson; Alpha Gamma Delta, Mrs. G. D. Crowe. Mrs. R. o. Humphrey. Mrs. E. A. Bried, and Mrs. Frank H. Wafers; Delta Zeta, Mrs. M. R. Leach, Mrs. J Johnson; Delta Da Delta. Mr- G:iVrt F. Miles. Mrs. Pierce Ro. Mr.'. W. Timm; Gamma Phi Beta, fr. J. W. Alee. Mrs. W. B. Mertz, Mrs. G. T. Vaala, Mrs. H. L. Jacobs. Mrs. J. M. Swanson. Mrs. T. Trapnei:, Mrs. J. HoItzIandT. Alpha Delta Pi. Mrs P. R. B. Dixon. Mrs. Paul J. Weber, Mrs. Carl W. Mayr.ard, Jr.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Mrs. W. Gordon. Mrs. E. Eng. Mrs. E. J. Meyers: Delta Gamma. Mrs. S. L. Seaman. Mrs. John Van Brunt, Jr.. Mrs. Richard L. Huber; Alpha Xi Delta, Mrs. A. G. Weber; Alpha Chi Omega. Mrs. Stanlev G Ford. Mrs. R. McKay; Zeta Tau Alpha. Mrs. A. H. Hall. Mrs. M. Mul-hausen; Chi Omeza. Mrs. Walter R Haefeie. v. jr. a nnounces Winter Studies In Creative Art Clasp Will Bepin at Association Building Next Mondav Classes in creative arts and other interest groups will start at the Y. W. C. A. next week. Mrs. Charles N. Pierson is leader of the Bock Club which will meet every other Monday at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Manuel J. deAsensio. Spanish instructor win teach classes at 4:30 and 7 o'clock. Mrs. John Titus will teach contract bridge Monday and Tuesday at 8 o'clock and on Thurs- cay o'clock. Classes in creative arts include e';ov? making, taught by Mrs. W. F. Ciymer on Tnursdays at 2 and 8 o'clock: wood carvin? by Mr. John Swientochowski, Tuesday at 3 o'clock: hand loom weaving by Mrs. Fritz Giessler. Tuesday at 8 o'clock and metal and leather crafts by-Mrs. J. Burton Nichols. Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 8 o'clock and Thursdays at 10 o'clock. Dr. LeRoy Bowman of Washington will teach a course in leadership on "How to Lead a Discussion." on three Tuesdays. Jan. 20. 27 and Feb. 3. This course is sponsored by the American Association of University Women. Howard Pyle Chapter of the Delphian Society, and the Young Women's Christian Association. Luncheon Is Planned By Church Auxiliary The Woman's Auxiliary. Section I. of the Cathedral Church of St. John will serve a covered dish luncheon on Thursday. Jan. 15 at the parish house. Mrs. Leslie P. Brockson Is chairman of the committee on arrangements assisted by Miss Rebecca Frost. Mrs. Irenee duPont. Mrs William White. Mrs. Charles H. Booth. Mrs. Lewis Walsh, and Mts. Charles H. S. Van Fossen. Election of officers will be a feature of the auxiliary meeting the same afternoon at 2:30 o'clock over which Mrs. Albert L. Massey. president, will preside. A nominating committee appointed to prepare a slate for the election includes Mrs. L. Scott Townsend. Miss Rebecca Frost, and Mrs. Frederick Bring-hurst. Pyle Chapter Delphians To Hear Science Story Howard Pyle Chapter of the Delphian Society will meet at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning at the Art Center. The topic will be "Science Views the Living World." Mrs. Edward C. Lange will be ths leader. Others taking part in the program will be: Mrs. J. C. Altrock. Mrs. G. F. Autman. Mrs. Roland F. Rock. Mrs. P. B. Turner. Mrs. J. H. Hildreth, and Mrs. E. R. Caff rev. New Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Eduard Lally of 106 West Thirtieth Street are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son on Christmas Day at The Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Lally will be remembered as Miss Marie Cooney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Cooney. Mr. and Mrs. William Thomaa Brown of Holla way Terrace are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter, Barbara Ann. in th Delaware Hospital on Dec. 21. Mrs. Brown is the former Miss Lsabel Faline of Richardson Park. "

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