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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XXVIII, No. 9, Saturday, December 2, 1916.
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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XXVIII, No. 9, Saturday, December 2, 1916.
6 February 2015
Ardmore, Pa. : M.J. Ensign
Historical Society of Montgomery County
Montgomery County (Pa.)
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r VOL. XXVIII N0-. 9 PENN Muilcii CLUB HERE TO lillilll Famed Sing-i;Stl1deuts’To - Give Fine Pro- F" " gram AT Hit‘:-lrscl-tool. awaitt those who A musical treat will bring out the one voices or stu- dents ot Penn. The demand lor tlctrets has been unusually large and it is rate to pre it that a large audience will lie on hand to enioy the songs apd numbers rendered b the clee and hlsndo cltibs The program lul- lctws: , . i Pennsylvania Medley, Glee nnd Mando' Mandolin Club. “The Trumpeter" ’ Glee Espana Waltz Mandolin Club. Three Doughtie Men e Ensemble ‘ walteuiel Pearson b. selections irom Kstiiaka" .....Friml Mandol Club. . Rogers o HI a an is in C ttb. where My Caravan Has Rested..Loltr e Club. Melodies Popnlaires . Mandolin Club. in the Firelight ..Arr. by B. T. scales Glee and Mandolin Clubs. . . Hastings (c) victorious Pennsylvania. (d) Fight lor Pennsylvania. (e) Hail. Pen in this optilar event. They are as lol- lows: Mrs. . w. Aitschull, Mrs. . Herbert Baltz, Mrs, Philip Bishop Mrs. W. J. Byrnes, Jr. Mrs. Edward Catnvbell. Mis. Campbell Carr. Mrs. G, Mason cliicliester, Mrs. W. J. Clark. Mrs. Louis S. Clark Mrs. T. Dewitt Keler. Mrs. Mrs. wulter Lippincntt. dington. Mrs. David 5. . a lilaciarlatl. Mrs. M. G. Moore. Mrs. E. B. Mort" , Mrs. James osmoud, Mrs. c. B. Penv nypaclter, Mrs. w. c. Powell, charles G. naoo. Mrs. R. w. Ree Mrs. F. c. Roberts. Mrs. Meude Roth. Mrs. sainuel shtrpert, Mrs. J. c. sirriosou, hlrs. Ross Hstl slrillern. Mrs. John D. sneer, Mrs. Lewis Grant spohu. it . F. Benson Charles M. sttiard, Mrs. w leigh. Mrs. ltobtey warner, Mrs. D. winsor and Mrs Horatio Yociun. ANNUAL MEETING V Pmtninent Men Wlll Addmll CIIL sens: Association Next Monday. The annual meeting of the Main e Ci '-lens’ Association will he held 5 Hall. l-laveriord College. nrlay. Decem er 4. at us addresses will be as lullovry nd Aim of the hlairt n," by Allred s The M. Collins, Esq., president. “1‘heIinprot'etnelttand Maintenance or Roads," by M. 0 ' . nice cl Public .Eldrlge, eq., . Roadi. Washing‘ . Pennsylvania’ Pirst." hy J Horatz rxlcrarlnnd. Esq. president at the Aniericarrciric Association. illus- trated by slereopticun pictures. The speakers be introduced by Mr, Alba B. Johnson, oi Rosenusnt. DR. GUMMEBE SPEAKS i Maites Address at Dedication oi ilrnnns w hallno Memorial at New aediard, Mass, fessor Francis E, r Ed ‘A e iulilcilll.colll>.llll"s ANNUAL CONFERENCE I00 Representatives Inspect Big Plant Here. See Movie ilm of Great Run ELECT TIEIV OFFICERS The annual Autocar Iale: outlet- ence was held in Philadelphia on Mon- rra branch 1;: ing representatives at the Hotel Marl. nday rnorning more than mu on Saturday night i ue. re the Anti Iant and the imposing iactory additions inspired ocar P very a great deal it Palace employees, as well as the men, saw the picture snd y aary to run the him twice to crowded houses. e eonierence was held at the nd is lot ow Rutl- nen lea on Monday: dinner Monday night; business session Tuesday; psi. ioriiisncs oi “Chin Chin’ at the For- real Theatre Tuesday night; business session wednesdsy morning. nig Mr. D. udlum, president or the company, announced several changes in the om. cers ol the company. Mr. E. A. Plus. 0 merly be r oi eurh ssits. on Mon. '7 W: given It 1 Theatre. All or the iactory ' ‘ W ABDMORE. PA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2 19167 MOCK TRIAL A BIG SUCCESS Noted Lawye-l'-s,-Bankers and Businessmen T ' Part It: MA NY PATRONESSES Tlir Mriclt Trta viltich had been widely heralded as s celebrated Inll mysterious case was heard in a court on Tuesday night in the big gyrnnasiurn ul the Y. M, . A. and so great was the interest talrsn in the proceedings that the large auditorium it s paclred to the doors with s debt.-hted autlienc which showed its ap rec' titin oi tellinit ))’t‘:iIlI: ol the case by applause 2. he . and Iain: ter. e plaintiir, judge, prosecuting Its torney. witnesses and jurors were rnem en o y. C arles w. Kerwood. or Bry as the dcicndant charged with steal us ' it irorrt ornman. and the president or the birth. Bent’ min H. Lu I w. W s Cornman's atton ney, and roundly did he srore the wit- ursses lor the deiericlant. s address orainrical success. e house caused Judge William J. Clark to lot order. H. C. sillivagon as clerh ol the co capacity, cciurt in ears urt was quite av. home.in that having nlled that position at Norristown ior a number 0! tin 1. Yocum. cashier oi the Title and Trust company, was a nut’ witness tor the deiense and the president oi the trust company, Richr ‘ irnportaut Hora Marion 1 r etary and trrssurer, has ard J. Hamilton, was an been elected vice president; Mr. F. c. juror. other jurors were w. T. Abell. ewinhlormerly assistant secret ry Prof. S. E. Downs, C. M. siuard, c. s. and treasurer, has been elected secre. Powell, Howard 5. Rue, L M. Cnburni my ...s ...as.... and ttt.. 3. c. w. w. wootlrull. Dr. 1. B slaughter. Taney. l merly secrerar at th E . Lawr cc. August W'hr. couipuuy, i-larrison,w . ndis. ames N. Philadelphia warehousing has been elected assistant secretary and treasurer. H am P L: Knipc. Proi. C. Louis R. Winter, Jr., made a hit as a witness lor the lainti , as did als Mr. . M. Cnalt. sales manager, " who is presiding over the sales con- W‘.”‘‘‘“ '‘‘‘‘.3’“ ‘"4 Fm‘ 9"“ iere cs, announced-that during thc 5" "" PW" D“";Kl‘g‘ W“ '3" "N" W '3' "= 53'“ 0‘ "“"’<m ‘W “.i $23.13 if iir‘.i".nt.'.'.'ni".‘.;.n... were 1;" “S”. ‘“‘"f "‘ 5“ ' “. -“ ' patrouesses at the alrair, which was e previous year, and t are is every indication that business lor ism w lirealt new records. Every Autocar iactory branch was represented at c couterence, and air most all oi the agcnts tor Comlfany were Ill s. Rullrley, oi the Paciiic coast. was hand. and reported that prospects in his territory aro unusually bright. 5! ST ANNUAL MEETING Marlon Cricket club wlll elect or- orre oi the successes oi the season. The list oi palronrsses Iollows: Mrs. W. '1‘. Abell, Mrs. Thomas G. Ashton. hlrs. . H. . W. . Drexcl, Mrs. E. Elliott, Miss Ger- lrude s. Ely. Mrs. M. J. Ensign, Mn. Allen Evans, Mrs. J. P. Fle g 1:. 5. Fogg, Mrs. Leslie F. i-ro ,. ,', 3 ,, Arnold Gerstell. Mrs. Richard cum. l W‘ “ "N" mere. Mrs. R.] amiltou, Mrs. F. H. , - ..t,.,,.rsad, Mrs. R. lv. Hartley. Mrs. The hirye-hrsl annual nir g at the L. L. ysrren. Mrs. ti. T. Harris. Mrs. Merton crtclret club will be held at J. H". S(;[[g[KDod. ht... Charles Wilson. Dr. Martha V, Bruion. Mrs. this meeting the otiicers nominate C. M sumdl M... K... A. y,,,,i.,..,,.., to be voted lor are as iollows. Presi- “,5, L‘ ,(,,,,y,,,,,,, yr... tgx. K"... “‘"v '5dW‘"‘ 5- 53"“: 5'5‘ '5“ Mrs. william P. Lanilis. Mrs. Eduiu president, Allan Evans; second vice Sy hw,,,.,,V Mm t.t.,.,..., gm. president, “I ism it Phlller; third LION. Mn. cy,,,y,; t,...t;,.g..,.., Vi“ P“5‘d""t "WY 9- Thy"? M‘ Mrs. Charles B. hlattliews. Mrs. ‘VII’ '“" “'- V- ““"‘8‘’"‘‘’Yt 1"? liam H. Mccreary, Mrs, C it. Penny- "“5“""w'“"“’ “- F"""""“‘? 8"" packer. Mrs. Walter W. Pharo. Mrs. ernors. to serve three years, samu M. ,, R ,, 1,0,. H, R... ""“""v R"""‘" "““""v ’-"“' teiihuusc, Mrs. Frank . oberts, Mrs ilIie..Henry Tathall and Hugh I, Homd 1 yr”, rm. Sharp s wilson. The riity.nrit annual dinner Mm J‘ V‘ M...’ Mg, Et...t,eih oi the club will be served in the even. Sy mm M... E,,,,t, 5. s...;.t., .tt.. mg; the casino, on the adjournment cum 5..."... “H. 0,... 5,... ‘>‘ "“ "“"i"K> A hawk, jr., Mrs waiter B, Sxevhensonr ‘ ‘ Mrs. Fr walson. Mist Euiel wiusor, lrs.w. A aurprlsn party. A t-cry dclightiul surprise party was tvillonst. Mrs. I’ . w. “oodruii, Mrs. Edward woolmau. Mrs. Robert C. wright in en in onur ot Thomas Lou birthday. on wedneiday evening DR. BDLES WEDS . Among those present were I e Misse W53 M NEE‘-Y Matilda Obe c, ttest augh. Nellie 2 Staub. oi chcstnutl-lill; Helen slaw. '-"9' '‘'“P‘‘‘'' ‘f “‘''‘'‘'’s""‘ 3 1 R H. 5,,,..,,,,.,,,. mm M0,. lard Fcllawl wedding in st. Luiravs. kt, Beatrice Harris, Helen The Episcopal Church of st. Lute son. Dorot ' leanor and the Epiphany. P7I1l3dGlDl‘AL war I": ll mie wlliis Nan speers, lrene Wile e or in interesting wedding ed- son, Elsi ier, Anna nesday ms when Miss Mary in mie, George witlis.,ilern rt sllorlzart, Jolin sandersnu Joe C d Brook, “’llliIm‘ Harry Lo I A dmore, and charter c smon ward staubtr, oi ws ngron. Ibert Ht'AntY. DI New York. mere was head of the Sw n F School in New Bediold iiom lssz to tan. l-t emphasized in his a dress‘ the ronianre and glory oi the whaling‘ inrlustry. ; it to a any. ‘ Illr. and Mrs. Oliver C. Bitllltt-r. Jr.. o la nun. Mu. Ba Wllitelillr her more marriage. . e DI the tea aatdliall Herons Honored. ‘ Narberth people honored its baseball pl al he Main Line relc with a banquet in Fred l... Rose, president e league; Fred walrer. cpresenlative elect FIe:It- lllentbcr ol the team,‘ weak: ‘ Elm ul ill er W. Srltes, I were union: the came the bride at Dr. Russel Rev. D D: d M. Steele. rector. om- ctated. ‘ bride. who was given in mar- wilr and Miss ‘Al r. ceorge aoles, brother oi the bride- groom. vvss be min. ‘The ushers were Mr. George H. ItIc.‘leely, Jr., Mr. Harnld W. Laird, Mr. Eitrar H. notes. Mr. I‘. III H. nnler, Mr. Herbert Beyer. tir Rutits Reeves. - rrcccuriir lolloucd at tile Belle ue-s-rntlnrd. Dr. and tits. llutes will live at Fil- ' tyetltlrd srrcct and “ynnelieltl avenue, r rook. Ove I) Dr. Bole: Georg: Bolt Inn ol Mr. and Mrs. ol wynriswuod. BIG lI'lAJ0l’ilTY FOR OUR CDNGRESSMAN tlcni-y w, watson N a 3520 over Ju- leph Haaroclr in tha District. Cunitre.-stiian Henry winrteld “Hrs Inn will lake It’ i A that be has born a g latthiul tiulilir err in exponent slit and and representative of thrir host in- ". rut! r1 e .. Attorney Edvard c. A, Mayer, rrpr “ 7(lHIluIK Mritu omery county. and w. 5. slichier; pulilislicr. oi seller . r-‘rerlrriclr and ilro ioru-ardrrl a cop to th I iurrr. Thcy rind that Mr. w-itsou receiverl mos Vows. while Joseph earorlr. his Democratic opponent, Was uiveit la.luu votrs in Mllnlgnnlrry sud 7I2l In Bucks, a total oi ::o. 2. . wntsoi-i's majority over llea coclr in tlic district is used. while in Monrgcuiirry it is mo and iii Burks I830. ' Tlic votes oi Lllht-r caurlidatcs lul- loiv . whitcsirle. socialist, m iii Motil- gomery; 23;: in. Bucht; total. 951. n. Prolti I ionisr, set in Muril- M nr rn- cry; R iii Hunks; total, lzu. scattering votes, 7. u DEATH or GED. FHILLER ttavarlord nesldent at Apa or ex. Prominent Pane: Away George Phillrr, s dominant Exure in Philarlelphia financial circles until when he retired us president ol thc First National Eanlr and severed his ' iorte A: State Department at Harris 2 ,0.’ lord. I0; Swarlhm liiili. l1AVERl0RD W S OVER SWARTIIMORE Record Crowd Sees Hard Fought Game ‘ SCORE STANDS to T0 7 ‘”' The light but lightning last Haver- a d crtlsbed their oii....neirt.- .i..at liiie e iii 4 aniuln Tliird item-They lira Ind deleated I'Qlll)S)'lvalII2 and Lalayr nu nlyl that has been stanrlinrs. as '-l;.i ' wcll said. ior hi! i tn: rtiaiy yrars. r a llarrriord virtor.. iirl bl r ii the ma llaverioru d nril once taste deirat during the scasrin! i It iriuchdtiwii and on Bi 3 the but ... t. the night. T s r vi, .5 i a scant whicli , .000 persa game won b last yt crillrge irrnri lll( Garnet lnil two bercinrinig in H579 now h rr,t av- cntire series it v ‘wart mo to a niisiintlrrsrairrlinir. l and (um llsirriu ed in. thevslilllllll uitririnp wlllrlt llrxptvnublr lrir the virlrsrr. mar)" rrl. went sailing squarely lietivcc some :2 us, crowd that ever witnessed games. to ms, the It in lireu se via: rrver lllrnuz the Lil irrshnlcn rolling the glad iidiugt in suarthitsnre u.it'i II the posts. tarossi . .”i‘.l1n.”.‘.'.' DOWNS NORRISTOWN he Main Line In IE9 or ten twri rrrl . Z‘ r Irn orrist vrred. due . PRICE Txlmzzcrzrrri LOWER lllhlzloh I Captain Yocum Boots Ball From Thirty Yard - Line BOYS WERE Lower Motion GAME High school u C: e third eriod. “Villa the lull on the 30-yard line. lhz tug r-aptaiu drotiiied liaclr sud. with s slromz wind siraiiriy h liall lirtwern Ihc uorirth . ‘ was ronridcut oi virlnry, urls outltl stown arlcs st dangerous .eit taclrle "'9 ” V‘ gird W'="I -""1 ll.... > nwer Merioni brightest surs. bs. - rules its Irrlrlpxtl captain, ii-ere Myers. R al from the no I r llarnlrt. Sxlnjllroll and Mccrady. t-er-nd by Crmman, wlltl h d A rsre rrnw at .o-rr Mrrioo I View--us nun tlt ,,.,,," sully irtcra attended Ille game a d I nl Havertrirrrs pruuts. sisarrh- van Dam ril noise. The linr-up mine re l uni heroine dangerruisi‘ I"-'"“‘T)‘ . it it; rig in . util late lie tan tr, tshen. in’ "="""="‘ v 0 . Lelr end... .y,..,,,,.,.,,.' H, . ‘swrrlhmnre . o ll 41 - : “ and DIN)‘ ressiul lnrward yiascer iuarcliert tliiwn llavrrtiirrl-s eyard it e d the ball ricer tnra tnurh i John son or a rrlect punlruul and Cur- nng lriclrrd the goal. score: ll-aver. ore, 7. s a iootball ganse Saturdays lraca A s between the two Quaker colleges wss m,m.,my,;,, 0,, mu, imp‘, W dim. a salt ying even lrtint the specratrirs‘ toraies. died suiidsy etenh as h “N 0‘ M -‘ MI rum iourzht Mm,’ ufh‘ “tmdsih 300”, in,’ H“. every inch oi the vray. andt ebca Icrr 0,1 H: was 5, Rm 0“ 2,", . M. tacit oi th rarlct and Dlaclr live or P deliilus. The luneral was '0'" mad? the Phi mm at My “rpynum "W, n his Mm times. uiidrr Dr. "Mike" Bennett’: with interment at the church or the ‘mm! '-‘‘= “nbwrn Hmrlord elrva Redeemer. lzryn Mawr The ter is s H‘ PW ’ i were private. ltir Phtllrr had been two we and s dea h was d e tn general drbility. r is survived b Mrs. Ellen Upton Philler. iorrnerly oi B whom ho married about ls years ago; a son. William R. Phillr s l-iavcriord. George S. Philler. another son. who W25 cniiiiected ietth the ni- icrl Gas lrripioienient )’1lIt itiur nt iiths s first wile was irirrticrly lzeliecca Hm- r, Pitt rlriit ol the L'uued Cnltlpany. rrtlrltlg soon lirirtuithed the presidency oi t e First National Bank to the late Morton Inc Michael He uas a director or the united Gst lniprouenient Company and lor a bricl pcririrl was chairman oi the bosrd oi the First National nant so served as chairman oi the Governing Couiruittce oi the Clear- ing llousc Association oi the PIilIarlcl- phia limit The null directriratesrhe held at the time oi his death were in llle United Lighting and Heatiillr C v at cnrn ti Eye Ca ‘ cttir also oi the Consolidated Lake Sttperltlr Colnpany Mr. Philler was a member oi the Philadelphia, Radr nor Hunt. Rabbit and lrienon Crtcltet lttbs. ' EXPIRES IN CHURCH cram w. warren rrlia tlleiaas lnto Arms tit Daughtar. George W. warren. aged hi. a re- tired business man at Ardrrtore. died ‘ sund of apnvlexy in pew on I tailing into the arms oi his la-yesr- Ct)mp)lIy.xdl(d 1' . Mr. P ilIei’t it u sweetl- in] end unis, all tvolved lrnrn the same swarthriiore furs ti were enriipletely mped each time and did not trims , what to expect. list-crlorrl had three particular stirs who coutrilintecl lo the vici ca - lit executed lnrwarii Paurs. Alvah llush. thc sensatiriiial lllllsbvitlt lor the Garnet. h e ken out by Mesrlr. who later gave tear to ’ l. v -1.‘. so wo teams went ieoreless in s hard-lourht hrst hall. in it-hichtlie and Eliclr clearly outplayed the Garnet bur lactrcd the punch hm stri 1 E u iisli. I use o n s on costing them ls yards in each instance and clicclttng their attarlt. Ramsey-‘s touchdown in the third per- e other end in seteral tuccerslul nl he Arii-rel: Red . re two alas M LR Tniirlirtriw ns-Ratvpry, A. C()r“4)j( (‘nurity r-irahle tr. at iavrira the Allllrlr ttrir Hunt Eduard . W . lsaa George sulliian is r Tllttrllcbglrltltii thtir liagcn. xrw lr naughter oi Mr a lot wsde Naval Navy. was n'cIoek in St. I tn his homr. t'utrirrurratel,-. ‘C parent CImt‘llQ<(‘en(‘( ha. wlll! the result that his corirlitiriit is iuit e as it via; several days agri. MR. SULLIVAN‘S CONDITION county and Toltvrtlhlp commlaalorier not Able to no Home to.- at rcurrisloun. itlicre lie: is under S Mrtr Kill’ has been Im[)ri)vIN( and been Dinner nanrs leisure to lie Club, are Mr. and Mrs. Arr Florerts in Mark‘: ch J. Cloth c ll. Clothier, Mrs Clark Wharton chtirchman. KI and Mrs. Randolph F. justice. Mrs; R. Italic. Mr. and Mr: Stacy e it Re mcmg tltr guests who vrill attend giteri tori t r. )r,r hlr. MISS ELLIOT A BRIDE nd Mn. it. M. EL career. is s- The marriage or Miss Nathalie wheeler Elliot, daughter at M r ichard hlscall Elliot. and Lien- tenant I-‘itxhugh Green. aolemnlzed Monday at 3.10 urch. - I audrews . .Lett guard oal. lrrun triIlchdtlvtn<-Ranwey. A ‘.alIr . centre. (‘rirnrit-. t;rial (ruin fleldzcialxlnxll ynallorrlitrr ipht guard. S-.lhotiluItVf$harl:r< lor Curtis, l.7.<Takgavl .ltiplir tsrl.le . . Brittton crirrirur hit stristiui, Yarnall inr ltalrcr.lF-may . .ltight end Conley raly r “lull, F.lA:.llI In! no“ le Quarter-bark. .. Simpson . rs ll. olm tor smith. lltltitl u-r . .l.elt halirbaelt. ye in. Sin“ Reterck urler, Pzrvn, P-khiuliin.Rithtiiall-baclr. Mecrady L'riiriie..r>lrsr.n,t.elii..-h Pieldiiidp.‘ tins Fullrback voeum ella un. l>suii. llead liuesman- substitutions-.‘orrisson-ii. Teniplirt Tnrr eiin. ‘Time oi peri...tr..., r Prince. COIEIDIII tor Mcunuia. minlltzs. . s l .-lrl goal.Yoeuui. Reirr rycll, umpire-watt. Ttnvmlnnlt prrio DIES A WEEK AFTER GAME ee-Co Fllsld iudxb-Jones. ds 5 I Hi 7: " "..f.‘.".':2‘.."‘.?."iii‘..’,‘.“ '- "M and Triwniliin cnrnrnitsrniic-i .. 2 . ' "5 "" "" “‘ W“ lllhfilr schosi: iootballhln “shim hit him‘) in their Ltlwtr xlnrnui hom mm,‘ 01 hr mm ch; ‘gm’ I I; Mr Sullivan u-ar S“ .1 , . ' ' ltatr his room lrl “IE hot U?“ y gmrnmx ll ‘"5 Du“ “I B u Lo h Railrttlr High school tiicl. his train iiots lor the in , Aeeordlnlr to Dr Walter tliristie. who attended the bis to a loulball death cannot be attributed in ury. The Loser Heiionrxadrlor game is inter.-eholastie Ioorhall ar an the Mal ' scores had been he last so e at rixhl guard a it ol the high s(hut7I's stinpnrre st . r more and did not mmplaln ol let-ling ll nett da sllnlenlo-were shocbd strnrlay ahert svrird oi West's dratlt rrarhetl them. - The be was s senior student at the school and llvtd Jnliti west. at No. 314 ina . Hrvn aiv The luneral service vras held Wede riesday aiternoon and by min or his teammates. schoril lrierida and members ol the iaculty. with his mother. Mn. Old Lancaster nd For -Sunny nursery. One of the largest charity aKairs an old daughter. Katherine. in the First e all r arc more th The bride svoreagowts olsoit srhlte "'= N1“! U" "'3! ‘"30" "1' W“ Pmhrmizn Church. Hit death oc- -artls down the held. Double passes satin with a court train a d laee T"=“‘= "‘i’"r ‘'1 ‘ “Hi” ‘7'i""‘ curred hvs minutes before the hour and delayed passes preceding sharp la red, caught srtth sprays oi orange C“‘b- '‘ “="“""'dr "U W5‘ in for the Ollenirlg oi the morning plunges and ion runs,tnlersoersed blossoms she carried a shower hour “""W= 0"“ 5““"”"“ 9" NW‘ mv-re. -lid while the organ-st was with three sutcrsslul lorward pas. quet or III a at the vslle . a "M ”"'“'0"'W0" “""s‘0"' “SW tlI2.v-'nga soir prelude. carried the hall in an advanc rhstiv Th matro of honor. Mrs. sirlncy ""- CM‘ "'4 <‘"'“‘"' V‘ “'"<"'lI he a ilarlum tval well filled with - - ., vied -Iih the mruhr dancink in In ‘ worshipers -lien warren, seemingly .t. ‘I 0‘ laid Ind arr-ed yellow i-irlinit ih< entertainment. Hrs Wil- rrell. cauie in with Miss warren and ,,.,;.t,. ham J. Cluthiez and Mrs William W- toolr seat. Rev. a c aw. 4., .,, M, h m”, tlodine wer the iurhzes oi the dance -on. ille 2! wal on the Platform a dnsen years. crosman unred out the bride; Miss Elsie Sinklu.'Mis1 3"! “""V" 0" Mr. Warren zroaned several times. to atiisey. who made a pertect catch Eleanor B. Hooltrns. Miss Anne M. :v-'--: then it" Iid=Wi!= Sum‘ men. i trout oi the oal posts d bo colema . all or th ir. and h "'""""" “ 5"“ church. was rum- mo tvhcn the doctor arrived he pronounced Mr. warren dead. hlr. VVnrren‘s tiocly was removed to his home on cri.-lrer avenue. where hc had lived tl I number or years, an from where the luneral toolr place an Tiiet sy - -s the ball squarely hetwecrl the uprights ‘ous demonst atinrl hy the H The deltri r students that iollowcd this event was matched Ilzain in the third period, when Crodman Ampeltlcked a field anal. It was a wonderful kick, considering the young trale that was twee rig the fie lrorn orthwext. ntaltirll it extreme- ly dilhcult to ludve the ball. Crasrnan dropped high to sv-arthrnoie-s II-yar marlr to nuke the try and the pigskin e ii Thsyer a i Celia Higgins and Min Joan Packa at New York. wore gowns hhon shearer: were Charles ode nd Sydney at of dark in r Mil-s Florence llansell. oi Narhertll. on S t rda n est blue satin, trimmed with stold; dark of which she is me e . her tuue velve hats. and carried yellow includin Miss Mattel Myrinsrer. Miss chryantlieutums Ce(eIia ‘i-iicltey, Miss Kathryn Rama. Four little ilower airis, Miss Ethel Mun Elsie Lukens. Mu. Everett Norris. Miss Gertrude Thayer. Miss 'erllvrorlh. Avis Thayer and its rtinia larocir. Miss Mary c wore iroets oi uold satin. with blue te it. Miss . . e ssshes and velvet hats. and sarried tiargurrite Crmrlt s M 4 haslrets oi tea roses ohnsnn. M as arron Mnrvan. Miss ' rhel Ellis. tire, ttnt..- tlsnsull 4 M. is. tlrirorhy lianvrli. ictced the . u-Ob-apt. .-r... .