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Events of the Week
in the Societv World
Many Formal Affairs
Scheduled This Week
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Fish To Be
Hosts at Dinner for Mrs. Stuart Dun
can; Private Dances Figure Lareelv
Entertalning this week will be of
oere formal nature than thus far thia
season, and will be largely given over
% large dinners for the older set.
There will be a few dances between
times, and several affairs for charity
which will eommand the interest of the
elect. Among these will be the benefit
performance of the musical comedy,
"The Bunaway Girl," to-morrow and
Tuesday evenings, under distinguished
pattonage, for the benefit of Grosvenor
Xeighborhood House, the east of which
?ill ba mado up of society amateurs;
a performance of "Buddies" at the Sel
?n Theater to-morrow evening for
the Catholic Center for the Blind, and
the annual bail Friday for the benefit
of St. Vincent's Hospital, under the
laspices of the Ladies' Auxiliary.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Fish will en
Wrtain at dinner Tuesday night at
their home, 810 Fifth Avenue, and a
dinner also will be given that eve?
ning by Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Duncan at
their home. 3 East Seventy-fifth Street.
On Wednesday evening, at their home,
T East Ninety-tifth Street, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernesto G. Fabbri will give a dinner.
The private d&nces will be notable
cnes, especially the entertainment to
b? gfren by 'Mrs. William Douglas
Sioane on Thursday at her home, 2
West Ftfty-second Street. It will be
for her granddaughter, Miss Emily
Sioane Hammond, and her grandnieces,
Miss Louise Vanderbilt Schieffelin and
Miss Louise Morris. Miss Hammond is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Henry Hammond, and. like her cousins,
Miss Schieffelin and Miss Morris, is a
ilebutante of the season. Miss Schieffe?
lin is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will?
iam Jay Schieffelin, and Miss Morris is
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hen
nen Morris. All three young women
are great-granddaughters of the late
William H. Vanderbilt.
Miss Hammond, who has had much
entertaining done for her this season,
will have a dinner given for her by
Mr. and Mrs. James Blackstone Taylor,
at the Colony Club, January 23. It
will be jointly for Miss Adelaide Routh
Wednesday< evening Mrs. Junius
Spencer Morgan and Miss Caroline
Morgan will give a dance at the Colony
Club. It wiil be for Mrs. Morgan's
sor-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Burchell Gardner. A dance also
will be given on Saturday by Mrs. E.
Mortimer Ward- tt will be for her
daogbter by a previous marriage, Miss
There will be several important wed
a'ings during the week. Miss Emmalena
Siwr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
E. Sizer, will be married Saturday
to David Duncan. The wedding will
take place at the home of the bride's
l^arenta, 53 East Seventy-third Street.
Miss Sirer's only attendant will be her
;ounger sister, Misa Standish Sizer,
nd Greenough Townsend, of Oyster
Hay, wiH be J?r. Dxmcan's best man.
Only relatives and a few intimate
friends have been invited to the ceTe
:r.ony and reeeption which will follow.
Mr. Duncan recently retnrned from
France, where he served for two yeara
as a captain in the United States
.Marine Corps. He is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Butler Duncan and a
erandson of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Tbeodore Havemeyer, whose home was
at Thirty-eighth Street and Madison
Another of Saturday's brides will be
Miss Fr&nces Catharine Parsons, daugh
W of Arthur Webb Parsons. She will
be married in the chantry of St.
Tbom&s's Church to Kneeland L'Ame
:aox Green. The ceremony will be fol?
lowed by a reeeption at the home of
Tiie bride's aunt, Mrs. Ernest A. Bige
iow, 21 Gramercy Park, jand as Mr. and
Mrs. Bigelow are in mourning, only
relatrres have been asked. Miss Peggy
ctoat, a cousin of the bride, will be her
^aid of honor and Miss Cynthia Bige
W, Miss Isabel MacMillin, Miss Made
!<in Mulqueen and Miss Louise Riordan
'?he bridesmaids. Mr. Green will have!
A. Tbayer Iaxcaci for his best man, and
?erving as ushers will be his brother
T. Chandler Parsons, James Howard
Morris, Tbomaa Robertaon jr., Phlllp
Pjatt, Edgar A. Fitter and Harold Kerr
f'by. Miss Parsons, who has been
speadrae the winter with her aunt, Mrs.
win H. Thomas, at 13 East Sixty
?Rk Street, is a great-trranddaughter
of the late Theophilua Parsons, Chief
Justice of Massachusetts and Dean of
T%e second of the January series of
Albert Morris Bagby's musical morn
>ngs will attract a large audience to
*"? ba!!room of the Waldorf-Astoria
to-morrow, when a program of un
??>al interest and excellence will be
Kehaarsals soon will begln for the
arjiual entertairment of the Junior
J-*agtte, which will be given for three
"'fhts in the ballroora of the Waldorf
A?t*ria, beginning March 2. The east
wiD. be made up ofthe season's d?bu
^Etes, who always are known each
7*ar as the sustaining members of the
wganization, the older girls filling ex
*wUv? positions. The proceeds will
5 ased for tho league's various phi
*?. Sturgis Coffln wdll give tha sec
**d of her series of days at home on
'mraday in her apartment in the
*>ming, 858 Seventh Avenue. She
m eontinne to receiv? on Thursdays
Matirlee Ma*t*rIInek will apeak in
french at the third of tha Tuesday af
2f7Jf?n* at tbe Rltz arranged by
?JaW Horneman. The lecture will be
** Mr. Maeterlinck's works, and will
??9 tonch upon the war.
,,**. and Mrs. Gaorga A. La V!a, of
?*??? Elghty-eigbth Street, have an
*Zra*** w?? engagement of their daugh
y? "ita Editn 1* Vle, to Theodore
jjJ^ywoiJr wn of Mr. and Mm. J.
j*!**>4 oeymour. The engagement
tl v,H U V1*'8 ?,?t*?"? M'?? Marjorfa
?!*?. to Captain W. T. Htewart, of
jjJJ* 0p*ag?, was announced last sum
C&5^_Urs. Alfrad Glldersleevr of
taahZ?*****' Conn., have made known
Itrf^Pfc*01*"* ** th*ir daughtar, Miaa
KzLj**1 WMawaloowa, to Robert F.
SZrf?"' of KtfHUat Centre, Man.,
*!&*?* Worth, Tea. Mr. Ray
,.^f,?'? <a?taia of ariatioa du?
ing tha war. He received the Crolx
de Guorre and the Distinguished Ser?
vice Cross. For several months h?
was a prisoner in Germany.
The engagement of Miss Elizabeth
Frances Healy to Gordon B. Todd has
been announced. She ia a daughter of
Mrs. Frank Healy, of Brooklyn and
Cold Spring Harbor, N. Y. Mr. Todd
is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert A.
Todd, of Corona, Cal. He is a graduate
of the University of California.
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Miss Ruth Trench,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T.
Trench, of Brooklyn, to George Suther
land, of Boston. Mr. Sutherland served
as a first lieutenant in the United States
aviation corps in France. He was j
graduated from Yale and the Massachu
setts Institute of Technology. Miss I
Trench was graduated from St. Law- j
rence University in 1909.
The engagement of Miss Lena Mc
Clement, daughter of John H. McCle- '
j ment, of this city, to Lewts 0. Pounds
1 has been announced. He is the son of
i Lewis H. Pounds, former Brooklyn Bor
i ough President. He attended Dartmouth
Coilege and in 1916 went overseas in
j ambulance service. On his return he
. trained at the Massachusetts Inatitute of
\ Technology and obtained a commission
1 in Florida in the Naval Aviation Corps.
; Iilness, however, prevented him from
j returning to France during the war.
I Miss McClement was graduated from
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Walsh, of 1656
[ East Twelfth Street, Brooklyn, an- j
; nounce the engagement of their daugh- :
' ter, Miss Helen Gertrude Walsh. to John
'l J. Cavanagh, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
; G. Cavanagh, of 904 Ocean PaTkway,
j Brooklyn. The wedding will take place
in the early spring.
I. M. Fierro, of New York, announees
the engagement of his daughter, Eliza- j
beth, to George Berrian Hall, lieutenant i
U. S. Navy.
The engagement was announced last
j week of Miss Audrey Osborn, of 500
I Madison Avenue, daughter of Mr.
Robert Osborn and tho late Mrs.
I Josofa Osborn, to John Elliott, son of
! Mr. and Mrs. William Elliott, also of
New York. Miss Osborn has been
active in war work and served as a >
Red Cross ward worker in the Green-'
hut Hospital. Mr. Elliott is a gradu
ate of Harvard, ?class '12, and ia t.
member of the Tuxedo and Harvard
clubs and formerly bclonged to Squad
ron A. He served overaeas in the
313th infantry with the rank of major.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Rock, of
Broadview Avenue, New Rochelle, an?
nounce the engagement of their
oaughter, Miss Mildred N. Roek, to
Frank C. Strobel, son of Mrs. Herman
C Strobel, of 262 West Ninety-first
Street. Miss Rock 1b popular in the
social circles in New Rochelle and
Mount Vernon. The wedding will take
place in tho early fall.
Mr. and Mrs. John 8. Woodruff, of
this city, for the winter at the St.
George Hotel, Brooklyn, have an?
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Beatrice Woodruff, to
James Henderson Goadby Mills jr., of
Englewood, N. J. Miss Woodruff ia
the granddaughter of the late Mahlon
J. Woodruff, who at the time of his
death was president of the American
Hardware Corporation. Mr. Mills was
lieut?nant in the 189th Field Artiliery
and went to France in the spring of
1918. No date has been set for the
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Rudoff, of 417
Pine Street, Chattanooga, Tenn., an?
nounce the engagement of their daugh?
ter, Miss Nancy Beatrice Rudoff, to
TOWN AND COUNTRY
58IFIFTH AVENUE, N.Y
Albert Henry ?Cowen, of Brooklyn.
During the war Miss Rudoff devoted
most of her time to the welfare of
the soldiers in the hospitals and camps
at Chickamauga Park, Ga.
Her home was alao opened to the
soldiers and each week end there were
dances and entertainments given there.
Mr. Cowen served in the 5th Division
headquarters as sergeant, and recently
returned from France.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gerli, of 270
Park Avenue, have announced the en?
gagement of their eldest daughter, Miss
Agatha Gerli, to James Meckley Potts,
of this city. Miss Gerli is a graduate
of the Veltin School, class of '15. Mr.
Potts attended Columbia University,
class of '14. He is a former member of
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Miss Edyther A. Carr,
daughter of Herbert J. Carr, of the
Langdon, 2 East Fifty-sixth Street, to,
Arthur E. Frank, 970 Park Avenue. No
date has been set for the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. A Carson Stamm. 883
South Thirteenth Street, Harrisburg,
Pa., announce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Katherine Stamm, to
Charles Daniel Orth jr., of New York.
The marriage will take place early in
March, after which Mr. Orth and his
bride will sail for Manila. Miss Stamm
is a graduate of the Ely Court School,
Greenwich, Conn. Mr. Orth was grad
uated from Princeton with the class of
1913, and after border service with
Squadron A enlisted in the navy and
served during the war.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. York, of 788
Riverside Drive, have announced the
engagement of their daughter, Miss
Marguerite R. York, to Caspar Hage
Former Senator and Mrs. John F. Ma
lone, of Buffalo, announce the engage?
ment of their daughter, Miss Lucia Vir
ginia Malone, to Reginald Manchester
Rowe, of Brooklyn.
Actress Is Engaged to Wed
Dr. Westley Hunt, of New York
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Callaway,
of Washington, announce the engage?
ment of their daughter, Miss Emily
Callaway, to Dr. Westley Hunt, of New
York. Miss Callaway is a graduate of
Wellesley and is well known on the
stage. She recently returned from a
tour in the "Roads of Destiny." She
appeared in "Everywoman" and other
plays. Dr. Hunt is a Dartmouth grad?
uate and served in France ".vith the
American Expeditionary Forces.
Children's Costume Royal
On Sale Now
AMAGAZlTfE of ehildreB's fasblona, eethrltiea, amasemeiits and e*a
eatien. The best work of French, English and American desifoars
of children's elethes is presented. The articles on nursery decoration,
teya, music, and edncation are by experts. There are over a hnndred
photographs and designs shown in this Issue. And scores of patterns
saitable Ior boys and girls of sll ages.
For motbers?about childrcn
It bmt edited far ehildrea, this new quartorly. It's aboat chlldren and
far parents. And beeanse the market is full of such thoosande of things,
tha mother who has lo plan for ber children reqnirea atd and gnidance
at the fovr eritieal buying seasons of tha year?which is axactly what
tha Children's Costome Royal gives.
At all newsdealers 35 cents a copy
Ask yvw newtdealer far Aa Winter Nomber, or umA M eents (tl.W for
? year) to Tha Royal Pattern Co., 19 West 44th St, New York City
Melody Bail to Have
Many Novel Features
Benefit for East Side Clinic Will
Be Held at Hotel Astor
The Melody Bail to be given on Jan?
uary 20 at the Hotel Astor, for the
benefit of the East Side Clinic for
I Women and Children, of which Mrs.
Noble McConnell is founder and presi
j dent, will have many novel and at
i tractive feature3.
The invitations which have been sent
out invite the guests to take a trip
, on "Fancy'sShip," and let their dreams
i carry them back to the days when
; grandma sang her lullaby and then
watch the scene change and listen
; to the melodies of to-day. The pro
j ceed? will be used tn caring for the i
; poor sick children who attend the i
! clinic at 325 East Eighty-fourth Street
! and will help make it possible to as
; sist about 15,000. Tickets and boxes
I may be had from Mrs. E. Bassford
' Schmalholz, 210 Riverside Drive. Mrs.
Samuel Gardner Estabrof k is chairman
i of the dance.
Another of the series of card parties
1 for the benefit of tha clinic will be
! held on Tuesday at the Hotel Astor.
The New York Mozart Society, of
j which Mrs. McConnell is president, had
ita third musical on the afternoon of |
January 3, at the Hotel Astor. The
artists were Miss Alma Beck, Miss j
Irene Gardner, Fred Patten and Charles !
Gilbert Spross, who was at the piano. i
The Auxiliary Board of the Mozart'
Society will be entertamed by Mr. and
Mrs. Frank A. Peteier, on January 27 '
at their home, 610 West 110th Street. |
The gupsts of honor will be Richard T. :
Percy, director" of the choral, and Mrs. :
The reeeption and hospital committee :
of the New York Mozart Society met
Wednesday at the Hotel Astor, under i
the chairmanship of Mrs. Henry C. !
Charity Bail Will
Be Brilliant Affair
Sixty-third Annual Benefit Ex?
pected to Exceed All
From present indications the Charity
Bail on February 8 for the benefit of
the Nursery and Child's Hospital will
be one of the most brilliant in the
long history of this yearly event which
was first held in the old Academy of
Music in 1857. A new committee has
charge of the arrangements for this
winter's affair. It met on Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Charles B. Alex
ander, the president, 4 West Fifty
Even at this early date it was an?
nounced a number of boxes already
have been sold, the purchasers includ
ing Mrs. Frank S. Witherbee, Mrs.
Robert L. Gerry, Mr,s. Francis Carolan,
Mrs. Edward R. Stettinius, Mrs. White
law Reid, Mrs. Lawrence L. Gillespie,
Mrs. Duncan Sterling, Mrs. Malcolm
D. Sioane, Mrs. Alexander and Charles
E. Sampson. It was the first meeting
held by the committee and several in?
teresting features were discussed. Fol?
lowing the time-honored custom of the
bail to send special invitations to the
j state and city officials and to the rep
? resentatives of the army and navy at
; Governor's Island and the Navy Yard,
a committee of two composed of Mrs.
Adolf Ladenburg and Harry Pelham
Robbins was appointed for- this pur?
Some of those present in addition
to Mrs. Alexander were Mrs. Frank S.
Witherbee, treasurer; Mrs. Robert L.
Gerry, secretary; Mrs. F. Gray Gris
wold, Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, Mrs. Will?
iam K. Vanderbilt jr., Mrs. Sumner
Gerard, Mrs. Francis Carolan, Mrs.
Oliver Harriman, Mrs. Adolf Laden?
burg, Mrs. Robert Olyphant, Princcss
Cantacuzene-Speranskey, George Led
lie, Harry Pelham Robbins, E. Coster
Wilmerding, Charles E. Sampson, John
Sanford and Lawrence S. Butler, chair?
man of the floor committee.
Specially Vesitfiied for
XPECTANT MOTHERS who
contemplate visiting Southern re
sorts will be delighted with our
comprehcnsivc showing of smart
new styles specially designed to meet
their every need.
These special garments will help to conceal
her condition and enable her to continue normal
social and outdoor activities without cmbarrass
Our entire second floor 19 devoted to the
needs of mothers-to-be. Private fitting rooms
and specially traincd saleswomen.
Gowns .29.75 to 185.00
Evening Gowns.59.75 to 225.00
Suits .64JO u> 175.00
Coats.29.75 to 275.00
Negligees .14.75 to 79.50
21-23 West 38th Street
Many Weddings Will
Take Place Before Lent
Announcement of Dates and Details Indi
cate Large Number of Late January and
February Marriages Are Being Planned
Dates and details for late January j
and February weddings are being an?
nounced daily and early indications are
that an unusually large number of mar
riages will be celebrated between now j
and Lent. Mr. and .Mrs*. Frank Bertram
Jordan issued invitations last week for
the marriage of their daughter, Miss
Marie De Milt Jordan, to Frederic Voll- i
mer Schaettler, on the afternoon of
January 24, in the Louis XVI room of !
the Hotel St. Regis. The bride's sister, !
Miss Kathryn Jordan, will be her only [
attendant. Middleton Rose will be Mr.
Schaettler's best man. The ceremony
will be performed by Mgr. Lavelle, of
St. Patrick's Cathcdral, and a large re?
ception will follow.
The marriage of Miss Dorothy Down
ing Dillon, daughter of Mrs. John Milton !
Dillon, of 200 West Fifty-eighth Street,
to Donald Ormsby Page, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William H. Page, will take place ;
Saturday evening,- January 31, in St.
Thomas'a Church. Miss Elsie Downing,
Of Washington, will ae the maid of
honor, and the bridesmaids* will include !
Miss Alys Downing, of Washington; !
Miss Mary Van Dyke, of Milwaukee; :
Miss Helen Demorest and Miss Sally j
Young, of Springrield, Mass.. and Miss
Muriel McGuire, Miss Charlotte Bergen,
Miss Margaret Mente and Miss Blanche i
Page, of New York.
W. K. Page will serve as his brother's
best man, and the ushers will be John
E. Whitmyer, of Rochester; Harold
Belcher, of Newark; Victor Day. Will?
iam Robertson, Herbert Collier, William
Annon, Richard M. Page, H. Gibson and
A. P. Downing jr. The ceremony will be
followed by a reception at the home of
the brfde's cousin, Miss Ethel Spear,
115 East Sixty-ninth Street.
Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Acheson, of
417 Park Avenue, have issued invita?
tions for the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Jean Acheson, to Aemilius Jarvis
jr., of Toronto, son of Commodore and
Mrs. Aemilius Jarvis. The wedding
will take place January 23 in the. chapel
of St. Bartholomew's Church, and the
ceremony will be performed by the Rev.
Dr. Leighton Parks. Dr. and Mrs. Ache?
son will give a dance for the bridal
party at the St. Regis January 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith Fitch, of
307 Garfield Place, Brooklyn, have sent
out invitations for the marriage of
their daughter, Miss Marion Martin
Fitch, to David Ferguson, in the Old
First Reformed Church, Seventh Ave?
nue and Carroll Place, Brooklyn, Sat?
urday, January 24, at 8:30 o'clock.
The ceTemony will be followed by a
reception at the home of the bride's
Miss Amy Metzger, daughter by a
former marriage of Mrs. J. B. Wort
heim, of 876 Park Avenue, will be mar
ried to Arthur Lir.dau. at the St. Regis
Hotel on Thursday evening. Dr. John
Lovejoy Elliott will perform the^ cere?
mony. Miss Metzger will have as maid
of honor Miss Ceeil Johnston, one of
her classmates at Vassar College.
where" she was graduated last June.
The bftdesmaids will be Miss Kath?
erine Asher and Miss Marion Veith,
the latter a couihb. Henry Gerstle
will act as best man. and the ushers
will include Dr. Milton Rosenbluth,
Herbert Metzger, brother of bride;
Ellis Jacobs. Herbert Valentine, Rob?
ert Moers, Joseph Oppenheim, Irwin
Straus, Benjamin Breslauer, Albert
Witz and A, N. Davis. The ceremony
will be followed by a reeeption, dinner
and dance. The bridegroom served in
the Medical Corps during the war.
Miss Blossom Gray, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Olin D. Gray, will be married
to Cameron O'Day Macpherson, Feb
ruary 14, in St. Thomas's Church. Th?
ceremony will be followed by a recep
tion at the Hotel St. Regis, where Mr
and Mrs. Gray and their daughter are
spending the winter.
"Carry On" Dance* To
Be Given ajt Hotel*
Society Women to Combine
Entertainment With Aid for
The Carry On Tearoom, at 587 Fifth
Avenue, announces that since Maurlee
has been dancing there the rooms
have been filled to capacity erery
day. Several times it has been neces
, sary to turn guests away, and for that
reason the tearoom management ha?
! decided to enlarge its scope by givinR
; a series of "Lenten Tea Dances" at the
various large hotels. The proeeeds
i will go to the Carry On Association.
I which is founding homes for disabled
; soldiers throughout the country.
These tea dances will be sponsored
| by the same patronesses who have
! cooperated in making the tearoom a
i success: Mrs. John R. Drexel, Mrs.
j Frank. Gray Griswold, Mrs. James B
| Haggin, Mrs. Sumner Gerard, Mrs.
! William Seward \\>bb, Mrs. Henry
j ClewSj Mrs. Lewis Cass Ledyard, Mrs
j Frederick Lewisohn, Mrs. Otto Kahn,
Mrs.'?'E. H. Harriman, Mrs. Herbert L.
Satterlee, Mrs. Henry P. Davison, Mrs.
H. ftinrfield Osborn, Mrs. Lydig Hoyt,
Mrs.TjSherwood Aldrich, Mrs. Oliver
Harriman, Mrs. Hamilton Norton, Mrs.
Charles Dsrha Gibson and Mrs. John
Maurice will also lend his assistance.
? - umr Tiy~-\* .-?? r
of the latest fashion
10% to 25%
Should Be Inlerestin?
to everyone contemplatinf>
the purchase oj hurs,
as prices will certainly
be higher the commg
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