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NUMEROUS ENTERTAINMENTS FOR THE DEBUTANTES
Society Is Keenly Interested in Recent Re?
cruits to Its Ranks from Well Known Fam?
ilies?Fetes in Support of Worthy
Charities Are Many
?chedaled to taka piare early in the
new year were learned lnst week. Thev?
ars those of Miss Elvis Zabriskie and
R?ssel Trowbridge Ballev. and Miss
Grace M. Redford and Harold M. Lloyd.
Mi?* Bedford, who la the daughter
of Mr. and Mr*. Edward Thomas Bed?
ford, will be married on January 27 at
the nome of her parent*. 181 Clinton
av. Invitations will be limited to rel?
atives and a few intimate friend*. Mis*
Helen Wood will be the maid of honor,
and the other attendants of the bride
will be her ?ister, Mr* Preston Davie
tEmily Bedford). Mrs. Ernest Chalkley
Will? and Mra. Clinton S. Lutkina. jr.
Mr. Lloyd, who is the son of the Rev.
Dr. John Elwy Lloyd, pastor of th* Old
Hutch Church, Flatbush. will have a*
be?t man James McLaren, who married
Mi?* Gwendolyn Lloyd. The ushers
will be S. Goldthwsite Sherrill, William
Hawley. William Allen and Archibald
Misa Zabriskie. whose engagement to
Mr. Bailey wa? announced last summer,
will be married on January SO, The
ceremony will take place at 4 o'clock at
the home of her mother, Mrs Cornelius
Zabriskie, 846 Carroll st. No further
details have yet been arranged.
Of interest on the Heights is the
wedding of Miss Emily Pierrepont
Gould, daughter of Mrs. James Henry
(ionld, and th? Rev. George Ashton
Oldham, rector of St. Luke's Episcopal
Church, Convent av and West 141st
*t.. which is set for January 14. The
bride is a cousin of John Jay Pierre?
pont and the Mis?*?? Pierr*pont and a
niece of Mrs. Wilhemus Mvnders*. of
the Heights The Cathedral" of St. John
the Divine will be the ?cene of the
ceremony. Bishop Creer and the Rev.
Ernest M. Stires will officiate.
The lateat addition to the debutante
festivities is the dance which Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Low Pierrepont will give
at their home, 140 Columb.a Heights.
on Saturday evening. January It, This
is certain to be one of the buds' gayest
Mrs. Edward M. Grout and Miss
Katharine Grout, of 8?S0 Carroll st.,
are receiving Sundays. December 27
end January !? and 23. Miss Alice
Pierce, of Bridgeport, Conn., whose en?
gagement to Jonathan Grout was an?
nounced last summer, is receiving
Mr?. Robert Hums was formerly
Mias Dorothy Raegener Mott, daugh?
ter of Charles Tennys Mott, and a
granddaughter of the late Rev. Herman
Raegener. Mr. Burns is the youngest
son of the late Mr and Mrs. Edward
Burn?, of 904 President st., and was
graduated from Cornell in 1907. The
wedding took place at Westhampton
Beach in October. Mr. ?nil Mrs. Burns ,
ar* now making their home at 126 S
1 nell, Mis Katherine Ketchem, Miss Ger
! trude Tharston, Miss Lois Minton,Ml?;
' Eleanor Tyler, Miss Louise Ruxton
Miss Catharine ?Mumford, of Brooklyn;
.Miss Anna Snow, of Philadelphia, BB<
Miss Ninon Newton, of Kidgetield
Conn. They were entertained after th?
reception at a dinner and dance.
Mrs. Alexander Drummond Mark?, oi
10H Willow au, gave a large receptior
yesterday afternoon to introduce hei
daughter, Miss Constance Marks, lr
the evening there was a dinner and i
dance for the receiving party, which
i included Miss Gertrude Thurston, Mlai
?Elizabeth Thayer, Miss Polly Dunnrll
Miss Catharine Mumford, Miss Rat!
Shaffer. Miss Katherine Ketcham, Miss
Louise Ruxton, Miss Ruth Jenks, Mis
Frances Coutts, Miss Cecelia Brewster
Mias Helen Hinman. Miss Lois Minton
Miss Mary S?nger, Miss Mabel Haynas,
Miss Drusilla Cravens and Miss Flea
i nor Tyler.
In compliment to Miss Grace Middle
ton and Miss Hannah White, of Worces
ter. Mass., Miss Dorothy Seaman?,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W.
Seamans, yesterday gBve a th? dansant
' at her home, 789 St. Mark's av. Mr?.
Clifford Middleton, mother of the guest
of honor, assisted at the tea table.
Among the young people present
were Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Graham
(Doris Webster), Mr. and Mrs Thomas
Balfe, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I.y
decker, Mr. and Mrs. John Cowdtey
Crier all bridal couples of the last
year Miss Jean Murray, Miss Juliet
Griffith, Miss Ruth Jenks. Miss Jessie
Hopkins, Miss Helen Thorn, Mis? Marie
Lovett, Miss Dorothy Luckenbach, Miss
Dorothy Stutzer, Miss Helen Simms.
Miss Edith Shaw, Miss Kate Corinne
Schuyler-Walden, Miss Hazel Hutchin
son. Miss Louise Higgins, Miss Alice
Blum, Miss Marjorie Beckley, Mis.?
Marjorie Church, Miss Janet Bowers.
Miss Agnes Bigelow, Miss Jeanette
Davenport. Miss Marguerite Mallett,
Mips Agnes de Selding, Charles Graham,
John O'Brien, Paul Bonner, Dunbar
I Adams. Richard Barnes. Francis Page,
1 Clinton Mumford, jr., Reynolds Bish?
? op, Sidney Thirkield, Harvey Street,
Henry Holt, George Roberts, Gary]
Sayre, Newell Vanderhoef, Marshall
Vanderhoef, Wolcott Meserole, Nelson
Dougherty, Frank Ellis, Guy McCorkle,
Gay Mallett, Carlton Palmer, Edward
Builwinkle, Gordon Schenck and New?
Miss Katharine Holman Ketcham, i
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hol- i
man Ketcham, of 108 Willow st.. is to
be a debutante to-morrow. Receiving
with Mrs. Ketcham and her daughter ?
will be Miss Eleanor Deans, of Phila- ?
delphia; Miss Louise Ruxton, Miss
Mary Sa.ngtr, Miss Mr.rv Caroline.
Pratt, Miss Ruth .'/ lk?, Miss Cecelia
1 rowster, Miss Frances Coutts, Mi->
Katharine Dana, Miss Polly Dunnel!, '
brought from the association, and the
laughter and applause were most grati?
fying to the author, William Gary Hun
Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Royce, of UM
Dean st., announce the engagement ol
their daughter. Miss Marjory Royce.
tu Gilbert Co?tant Halsted. jr., sun of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert ('. Halsted, of
;iu*t Washington av. Mr. Halsted grad?
uated from Cornell in 1914.
In compliment to Miss Helen Car
acallen Clarke and Miss Marion Mac
Mes- ?Va/. Lightroor
lenknmp, Mis? Lulu Benziger, Mr?.
AppletOB Clarke, Mrs. Arthur Kav
rtnngh, Mrs. J. I. Ailiun?, Mrs. Jume?
Devehn, Mrs. C. R. Fabor, Miss (?race
1'nlior, Mrs. Marry Russell, Mrs. Gus?
tav Ballin, J H. Grenves, Mrs William
Riehardson, Mrs. S. I). Crocheron, Mi??
Alice Keimetly, Miss Edith Mauley.
Mr?. R. Moeeljr, Mr?. H. Humiston and
The engngemt'iit has reeenMy been
announced of Miss Mamie tie Norman
die Ciinunnnn, .laughter of Oswald V.
Af/ss ?ou/S? Gau? i
N Friday wa? marked bv the debut o
>*ti?s Elizabeth Thayer, daughter of Mi
?nd Mrs. John Van Bnre" Thayer, o
J6 Monroe Place. No debutante of th
?eason received lovelier flowers. The;
illed the large rooms of the Thaye
lerne. Misa Thayer wore a frock o
.oft white satin and shadow lace, or
lamented with opalescent beads, ant
lira. Thayer was attired in violet chif
'on velvet Mrs. James L. Morgan am
Vira. Jame* Phelps. of Manhattan, the
atter a sister of the hostess, receivec
The debutantes assisting were Mi*s
vrances Coutta, Miss Mary Sauger, Miss
Drusills Cravens, Miss Miriam Dow,
Miaa Helen Hinman, Miai Ruth Jenk*,
Mi?? Con?tance Mark?. Mis? Polly Dun
??-' - ? ' ". i ? i i a '
Soft, Smooth Hands?
A Oift That Every Woman
And one that I* within tvtry women's
rosch easily, certainly, economically.
VELOGEN will play Santa ClauS to your
hande and give them what they moat
Apply VELOGEN liberally at night?
before retiring?and again In the morn?
ing. Wipe away the excess after rub.
blng In well on hand*, writt*, arm*,
cheek* end lip*. It tranaform* th? dry,
cracked anO often painful condition ef
too elcln to Nature? own aoftneaa and
?moothne**?relieves redneaa and chap?
ping?make* th? hand* thing* of beauty.
VELOGEN will ritvr leave th* ?light
eet stain or amear an the clothing,?nor
?rill It promote the growth of hair.
Ask your erwofg.et for It?26c a tube.?
?>aV\*/S <*?**" S-/9n/*OG&
i Miss Helen Hmman, Miss Catherine
Mumford, Miss Constance Marks, Miss
Marguerite Mallett, Miss Elizabeth
Thayer, Miss Eleanor Tyler and Miss
I Gertrude Thurston.
Mrs. Albert Edwin Pierce (Susan
Townsend) will act as matron of honor
at the wedding of her sister, Miss Janet
Salter Townsend, and Julian Wilson
Lyon, which is to take place January
12. at the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Townsend, XVi
M?th .?t.. Bay Ridge. Little Miss Agnes
Pierce will be her aunt's flower girl
and Miss Virginia Thomas, a cousin of
the bride, is to attend as bridesmaid.
Harry W. Whitehill will be the best
man and the ushers will be Alexander
B. Lyon and E. Wilson Lyon Mr. Lyon
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin II.
Lyon, of Elizabeth. N. J.
Announcement is made of the en?
gagement of Miss Pauline Parker Hath
away and Dr. Charle? Grant King, of
201 Gate? ?v. Miss Hathaway grad?
uated from Adelphi in 1005 and sub?
sequently form the Master School of
Music Dr King is a brother of Will?
iam Grafing King, the violiniat.
As a result of preliminary trials for
the cast of "The Blue Butterfly," which
the Poly Prep Alumni will stage at the
Academy of Music on February 27, fifty
men are now competing for the fifteen
speaking parta and nearly one hundred
are limbering up for the choru3 try- ?
out. The attendance at the reading of !
the book on Monday evening, in the
school chapel, aas the most representa
tirs that a :all for volunteers has svar
I donald, Miss Dorothy I). Cragin gave
a dance on Thursday evening at the
home of her parents, 100 Marlborough
Miss Clarke, who is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Audley Clarke, of 1 Mont?
gomery Place, will be presented at a
reception on Wednesday nfternoon.
She will have a large receiving party.
SOCIAL NOTES OF
The Garden Club Meets on Mon?
day Afternoon at Mrs.
A meeting of the Steten Island Gar?
den Club wa? held on Monday after?
noon at the residence of Mrs Mer? r P.
Mosely. of Maine and Jewett avs.,
Westerleigh. The lecturer for the af?
ternoon was Richardson Wright, editor
of "The House and Garden Magazine,"
who spoke moat interestingly on gar?
dens appropriate for small houses and
also on floral growth in Siberia. The
meeting was very largely attended, and
some of those present were Miss Alice
Austen, Mrs. William Y. Wemple, Mis?
Dorothy Wemple, Mrs. Lane E. Rian
hard, Mrs North McLean, Mrs Ceorge
Benziger, Mrs. Eugene L. Richards.
Mia? Louise Irving. Mrs William Holt,
Mra. 1.? Gardner, Mis? Katherine Wil
t Cammann, of Elizabeth, N. J., to Will?
i lam H Honker, of Brooklyn. No date
Bai been set lOI the wedding. Miss
I Cammann ha? bien a freiiu"nt visitor
to StatoB Island, and la very trail
known among the members of the
Miss Gertrude A. T?te will give a th?
dansant at the Curtis Lyceum, St.
George, on Saturday afternoon, De?
cember 26, from 4:30 until 7:30 o'clock.
| As these dance? were such a auccess
l;i-t year, it is expected that this dance,
will be very largely attended.
The committee includes Mrs. J. Harry
Alexandre. Mrs. Henry T. Boody, Mr?.
Edward W. Brown, Mrs. William L. De
Bost, Mrs. Arthur Kavanugh, Mr?, l.il
I ward Bionson King, Mrs.'-Alfred King,
?Mrs. Aasten P. KelTey, Mrs. George Os
' good Lord, Mrs. Lewis Nixon, Mrs.
waiter W, ?Pri?e, Mr?. Frank 11. Phipps,
i jr., Mrs. Charles Dewar Semons, jr.,
Mrs Otis T. WlUiaSSS, Mrs. Havelock
, Walker and Mrs. Arthur S. Walker.
Douglas Kilduff, who has been visit
: ing his mother, Mrs. Katherine Kilduff,
of (entrai av , Tompkinsville, has been
ned command of the torpedo boat
destroyer Perkins. He assumed hi*
| i ew command at Charleston on Decem?
; Marion Toedt, of Manhattan,
'? formerly of Staten Island, was the
roost of Miss Luc?; King, of Bard av.,
Livingston, for tin snsol end
Miss Elizabeth Irving, of Henderson
av., New Brighton, who is a student at
Conn., returned to her home on
Wednessisy to spend her Christmas
Henry L. Turnbull, of Lenox Place,
New Brighton, will sail on Wednesday
on the steamship Baltic for Germany,
where he will stay for a few months on
Mr anil Mrs. John Carter (Mis*
Marguerite Stevens?, of Montciair, N.
J., Tent the week end as the guests
of Mrs. Carter'? parents, Mr. and Mra.
John Bright Steven?, of Henderson av.,
W ? ' Brighton. A meeting of the
' Neighborhood Bridge Club was held
hist Monday evening at the residence
<>f Mr Bad Mrs William De Bost. on
Bard av., Livingston. Among those
t were Mr ami Mrs. David J.
; Gould, Mr. and Mra. William Y. Wem
ple, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Oxholm,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Gould, Mr. and
Mrs. F. J Cozzins.
1 The student me hera of the L'aailon
' Omicron Society of the Staten Island
Ai-ailemy will give a th? dansant in
the Curtis Lyceum, St. George, on the
afternoon of Sa"jnlay, January '_', from
4 until 7 oVIock.
I Many Special Features Arranged
for Entertainment of Vis?
itors During Holidays.
Lakewood, Dec. 19. The big feature
; of the holiday season here ?rill BS a
community Christmas tree and illumi?
nation on Christmas Eve. A large dec?
orated tree will be planted in the c.ntr.
of the town. Private residences and
the business houses will be decorated
; and illuminated. A chorus of two hun
1 dred voices are practising anthems and
carols. The singing and music by the
Lakewood Band will be a feature. Ex
Governor John Franklin Fort will de
i liver a Christmas oration. After the
! services the singers will divide in
groups of twenty and scatter about the
town and sing. One band will go to
, the Paul K -nball Memorial Hospital
; and sing for the benefit of the patients
Sojourners have been enjoying the
first skating of the season here this
: week. If condition? permit, a hockey
! match between Lakewood and I.e.I
? Bank will be arranged during the r-oli
iday week. The Lakewood Country Club
i wiii be one of tne popular points of la
! terest during the holiday week. The
two-day tournament for New Year's
Day and the day following has been
, well received by golfers and the entries
assure a good field for the mid-winter
A big shoot of the Laurel House (iun
[ Club is scheduled for Christmas. There
will be a 150-bird 1 andicap event, with
Sojourners forced out of Europe by
the war still continue to invade Lake
wood Th i m week Mrs. Graham Boucher,
of Hampshire, England, arriv-.-d at the
Laurel-in-the-Pinea. Mr. and Mra.
George W. Dickinson, Miss K Scarbor- ,
? ough and M.ss L. A. Scull, of Paris, ar
j rived at the Laurel House. Mr. and
! Mrs. R. W. Gun.ison, of Brooklyn; Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Caine and Mr. and Mr?.
J mes Bruce, of Boston, who usually
' aaa-.d th? winter abroad, arrived thi? i
week to remain the entire season.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gould are en?
tertaining a large house party over the
:ul at Georgiancourt.
Included in the numerous teas and
?acial functions of the week was the
ten and reception of the girls of Miss
Sim son's School. On the same even?
ing Miis Margaret Romaine entertained
the girls of the school at a dinner and
dance at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Girard Romaine.
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Barrymore, of
New York, have been spending the
week at the Laurel-in-the-Pines. Mrs
Lillian Russell Moore is spending a
fortnight at the Lakewood Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Morrison, of Auburn,
N. Y., are here for the holidays, with
their daughter, Miss Katherine Mor?
Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Sayre
Will Leave Monday for
Lenox, Mass., Pec. 19 ?Winter resi?
dents are anticipating the break in the
quiet of the town by the coming of
the holiday hou-e partit s. Beginning
just before Christmas and lasting well
into New Year's there will he unusual
gaiety, which even the autumn season
hardly approach?' Mr. and Mrs.
George Batty Blake will have a house
party; Malcolm I) Sloane has leased
the Rogers cottage for the time; Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Winans Whistler will
entertain their son, Ross T. Whistler,
and a party of Harvard men; Mr. and
Mrs Giraud Foster, Mr and Mrs Will?
iam B. Osgood Field, Mr. and Mra.
Samuel Frothingham, Mr and Mrs Ed?
ward II. Delafield and Mr. and Mrs.
David T. Dana will have house guests
Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Sayre will
leave Williamstown Monday for Wash?
ington, to pass the holidays with the
President. A report in Williamstown
is that Mrs. Sayre will remain for
some time with her father.
Mr. and Mrs. Eben Stevens went to
New York the first of the week, after
ten days with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
A curling club has been organized,
with Giraud Foster, Samuel Frothing?
ham, William B. 0. Field, Divid T.
i Dana, George B. Rlake and others as
members, and practise for games has
Mr*. William Hazard Field ?*-? 1 Mis*
Mary P. Field are smiting with Mr.
, and Mrs. William B 0. Field until
! after the holidays. William G. De Witt,
, and Richard L. Mavnard have been
| their guests or a part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Girattd Footer will pass
' a part of the winter at Palm Beach.
Mr. Foster is remaining for a time to
I play on the curling team, and they will
?start southward after the holidays. Mr
and Mis. Foster gave a large luncheon
party on Wednesday.
Professor William H. Carpenter ha?
leased a cottage in Stockbridge for next
AT WHITE SULPHUR
Well Known Folks from Europe
and America Are Registered
White Sulphur Springs, \V. Va lire.
?V. The second annual New Year's
Eve celebration promises to be the big
. cut of the winter season at the
New Greonbrier, and for the la
day a r- e been eoming in
from No?* York, Philadelphia, Balti?
more, Washington sad Pitt-burgh, as
well a. Richmond, Chsrlottesville?
, Charleston, Wheeling an.i other cities
in Virginia and West Virginia, for ac
cotnnio latio'is and tablea for dinner
and supper par'
Governor-elect an.I Mrs. (liarles 8,
Whitman, who spent the Thanksgiving
holidays he trning on Thurs
axt for the holidays, snd Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, who were here
irfstnMS, are expected back, as
arc Sir Robert a? . :ield, Rob?
ert Williams Gib re W. Ste
Harry S. Black, Theodore P.
anil a number of Otl
Principe Francea?h Rospiglios?, of
Rome, and the princesse, the lattef
formerly Miss McDonald-Stallo, of Cin
einnati, who arrived a fortnight
for the cure, w I .e holiday
. h.-re BBd S large
party at the New Year's Eve celebra?
Mr. and Mrs. Modi 11 M .-Cormick. who
came for the shooting and hunting se*>
sona and the cure, will remain over.??
will Lieutenant Colonel Steven l.'H?
Slocnm anil Mrs. Slocum, v.ho have
been joined by Captain and Mrs. Ed?
ward Simpson, of Baltimore.
Mrs. C. Theodore Wernwag, who is
(out?nur.I on i??ta;e eight.
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