[Adapted from the Springfield Republican, 14 February 1922.]
St. Valentine’s day is the excuse this week for festivities where the fanciful decorations of the day will be displayed. The South Church guild will be entertained today at the home of Mrs. Herbert C. Emerson of Maple Street at a valentine tea. The hours are from 4 to 5.30 o’clock and all women of the guild and congregation are invited to be present.
The Springfield-Northfield neighbors will be guests this evening at a valentine party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. Dwight Alexander of Grant street. The committee preparing a program of entertainment includes Mrs. Nellie Rowland, Miss Florence Lyman and Mrs. John Rawler.
The Fortnightly club has included on its program a valentine party which will be held this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Norman A. Prentice of Dartmouth Street. A musical program has been arranged and refreshments will be served.
Members of Sigma Beta Epsilon will be entertained at a valentine party at the home of Mrs. George Schadt of Spruceland avenue tonight.
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