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TO THE DEBUTANTES
"' Continued from First Pao.
'-"'Jfrom.Europe wu Mrs. Cornelius C. Cuyler,
1 who paused the greater part of the summer
5' 'motoring In France and Italy. 8ho re
'nomined a long tlme,ln Venice and on her
'return to New York' wont to her house, 20
'.'!. East Fifty-fourth street, which since last
y ' , winter has been remodelled. Mrs. Cuyler
Vctntends to entertain extensively during
,' Ue winter.
Mrs. Potter Palmer, accompanied by
','her sister, Mrs. Frederick Dent Grant,
arrived from Europe last week. Mrs.
1 . 1. .1 Htnn,Ar In lm wtnlnP In
...Russia with her daughter, tho Princess do
'Cantacuzeno, but instead will be In Wash
ington, D. 0. Mrs. Pnlrner has no Idea
uiof taking up her reflilonco In .Now York.
.She went a few daya ago to her Chicago
J. A notable engagement announoed last
week was that of Mrs. Frances Folsom
Cleveland, widow of ex-President Grover
a , I 'Cleveland, to Prof. Thomas J . Preston, J r. ,
-iHof Wells College. Tho engagement was
-is made known by John O. Hlbben, presl
"Ldent of Princeton University, a close
bii friend of Mrs. Cleveland and Prof, Pres
"'ton, No date has been montloned for
'i' Mrs. Cleveland was Miss Frances Fol
' " torn before her marriage to ox-Prcsldont
,Orover Cleveland, who died on Juno 24,
1908, at his homo in Princeton. She bo-
came known as tho White Hoiimj britlo
,'from (ho timoof her marriage, being tho
"youngcst wifo of any President. Mrs.
', Cleveland has two daughters, tho Misses
a 'Esther and Marion Cleveland, und a boh,
'Kichard F. Cleveland. Miss Esther Clevo
, land willboonoof thissensonY'dobutantes.
" Prof. Proston is tho son of Mr. and Mrs.
'"iThomas J. Preston of South Orange, X. J.
..He is So years old. two years Mrs. I'leve
"Jfjlahd's" Benlor. Ho took tho chair of
A,.'.archo5ology at Wells College, which is Mrs.
V-Cleveland's alma mnteri
""- Prof. PreMon retired from business
several yor azn and sought to llnlah
"Tils education, which hid le?n inter
' runted during Ills early lifo through ill
"health. He spent two years at the Sor
t .bonne, Paris, and wai subsequently
appointed fellow of the American .School
.of Classical, Study in Home, Holy. After
, .receiving his digrco of doctor or phl-
losophy at Princeton he was later railed
.'.jto his present professorship at Wells
4f, Another engagement announced ro-
i.ioently was that of Mls Hazel J. lUche.
.... .alder daughter of Mr, aud.Mr.i. Jules S.
,. ,;Bache, to Frederick 1.19yd Richards of
,i, .this city. Miss llacho'was introduced
to society last winter. .She wont to
...... Europe to finiih her education and spent
several years there. .She lives with her
.parents at 8 East Slcty-ovotiUi ntivet.
j&T. Richards is a son of C. Frederick
,.Vi'lUohrds of this city and is a member
of the New York tock Exchange. No
date has been mentioned for the weddlnc.
i-qbut it will tako place. pr'obaliy in the
.early, part or tne winter.
" "-"-ne engagement w.w announced last
week of Miss Viola Townscnd, daughter
"of, Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Townscnd, to
'"Robert Campbell Winmlll of this city.
"1J'ltlssTownsend was introduced to society
'two years ago and is a 'grandd fighter
of, the late R. H. L. Townsend and also
,',,of tho late Dexter A. Hawkins She is
i-ow with her parents at Ard?ley-on-t"-
t Mr. Winmlll is the son or the late Albert
' Winmlll of Essex, England. He lived
M formerly in Warrenton, Va , and is a
-..descendant of Sir Abraham .Spot b wood,
.-.this first Colonial Governor of Virginia,
lift He Is a member of the New York Stock
,7 Mr. and Mrs'. Louis Sterns have an
.Miounced (ho engagement of their daughter,
r'Miss Helen Sterns, to Lyall Dean, son of
""V Mrs. Charles E. Bigilow, by a former mar
riage. Miss Stems makes her. hoim with
ml her parents at 323 West Seventy-sixth
!H street. Mr. Dean was graduated from
V;Tale' In 1008.
rt .An engagement
was that of. Miss
Hulon M. Xewsom,
tc 'daughter by a former marriago of Mrs.
"!:Jt. 'L., Beckwith, to Carl H. Behr. Miss
ti.iu Newson was a passenger on the ill fated
.'Tttanio, as was also Mr. Behr. and both wero
. ,reBOUed in the same boat. Both havo
"'known" each other slnoa Miss Newson
was a student at Briaroliff ssvoral y?ars
tor ago,- with Mr. Bahr's sister.
T""HMr. Behr was graduated from Yale
-"and his figured Iprominently in tho big
yi. tennis matches here and in Newport.
'-J. .Cable despatches from Paris reported
last week the announcement of the engage
' hnent of Miss Constance Warren, only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Henry
t Warren of- this city, to Count Guy de
. ' Lastoyrlo, eldest son of the Marquis and
" Marquise de Lasteyrie of Paris.
Tow engagement is of great interest to
society here and In Newport, where Miss
Warren has been prominent since her in-
" troduction to society six years ago at
. SeaBekl, her parent s villa. Mr. and Mrs
V Wamn. who havo been nasslnir thn num.
'4y mer in "Europe with their daughter
and son,' Georgo Henry Warren. Jr., will
rail for New ork on November 10, and on
there return will open their house at 204
tJnif, Fifth avenue.
.Miss Warren is a niece of Mrs..Goelet,
., widow of Robert Goelet, and of Mrs. W,
"' .Starr Miller of Newport and this city.
iaje is a nleoe also of Whitney and Lloyd
;"; Warren of this city.
' .Count de Lasteyrie was a visitor here
last winter and made many friends in
A, New York society. He is a direct do
soendant of the Marquis de Lafayette.
No date has beon mentioned for tho
' wedding, which will tako placo nt Miss
",! Warren's homo this winter,
'Of Interest to society this week is the
wedding on Wednesday to Miss Helen
Fargo Squiers, daughter of tho lute Her
bert O. Squlors, formerly American
Minister to Culwi nnd Panama, to Will-
r.r tarn Astor Dnivtnn. 11 win nf .1 f'nlATnnn
in Drayton It will tako placo In St. Mat
j 1 Jhew's Church in Bedford, N Y., and will
"'be colebrated quietly owing to mourn
ing In tho bride's family. Tho Hew Lea
not buquer, rector of tho church, will per
form tho ceremony, to which relatives nnd
a limited cumber of intimate friends
a h have been asked.
'"M The brldo, who will bo given away by
"'i'her brother. Hard M.ieD Haulers, win
f,'"be unattended, and V Gouvernour HolT
'! man will bo the best man After the cere
l rnony there will bo a wedding breakfast
. it Aratoma Farm, the country home of
Mrs. Frank Hunter Potter, aunt of the
bride, in Katonah, N. Y.
Tho engagement was announced re
cently. Miss Squlors was formerly en
gaged to Itichard Lounsbory, a grand
son of James II. Haggln, and Mr, Dray
ton was nt one time engaged to Miss
Frances Burr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Wlnthrop Burr of this city. '
Mr. Dntyton'ls a grandson of the late
William Astor. .. ,
Tho wedding of ftftss C. Louise Sheldon,
daughter of ''Mr. and Mrs. Henry Theo
dore sKpldon. to Edmund Beltramlnl
of DetroitMich., .wlll.bo celebrated In
Sherry's on.I.Wednesday evening. The
Rov. Dr. ' Joseph Carey of Saratoga
Springs, N, Y will be the officiating cler
gyman, t ,
Tho bride, will have Mrs. Irving Hamil
ton Baker of. Detrelt as her matron of
honor, and the bridesmaids wilt include
tho Misses Ale?. Beltramlnl of Rome,
Italy, Hlstet-of the -bridegroom; Edith
Halllday of this city, Nan Dore of Chicago
and Louise Brown of North Andovcr,
Mass. Miss Florence Simon I of this city
will be tho flower girl. ,
Cecil Rush of this'cltywlll not as best
man. The ushers will bo Irving Baker
of Detroit, Robert Ross of Albany, War
ren Klein and Emtl Slmonl of this city.
There will be a small reception after the
A wedding of interest next week will
be that of Miss Dorothy Harvey, daughter
of Ashton Harvey of this olty, to David
S, Baker of Providence, R. I., and this
city. It will take place in St. James's
Church, Seventy-first street and Madison
avenue, on Thursday, November 14.
The ceremony will be followed by a re
ception at tho home of the brldo's father,
0 East Forty-seventh street.
Miss Harvey's attendants will include
tho Misses Gladys and HutJi Baker, sisters
of the bridegroom, Margery Jenks and
Jean Derrick. The ushers will bo Seth
French, Richard Sargent, John Terry, 3d,
Rowland Evans, Jr., Harold Barker, Car
rol Uincks, Harold Harvey, Caspar Bush
and Frank Hinckley.
Mr. Baker will have his farewell, baoh
clor dinner on Saturday at Delmonlco's.
Invitations have beon Bant ' out for
the wedding of Miss Helon Noel Gourd,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Gourd
to Dr. J. Pierro Hoguot, in St. Patrick's
Cathedral on November 10. The cere
mony will take placq at noon and will be
followed by a small reception at tho
homo bf the bride's parents, 21 West
The t bride has chosen her sister, Mrs.
WUfCU'i ,t llll SHslsss W tiirned'from'xowport, w'hero they passod
lfyvr?',Ky t"-!-- I I emMW . ' MiB Wl ,h pummer at tno Wftrren villa m Nar"
Miss Mtk.rda.rst E. Trevor'
?HOTO yc'CA.MrX.l.L STVIlO.
Louis J. de Mllhau, as hor matron of
honor. Miss .loinette Gourd, another
sister of tho bride, will be the maid of
honor. Tho other attendants will in
cludo tho Misses Yvonne and Gabrlelle
Gourd, sisters of the brldo; Marguerite
Hoguet, NOel Johnston, Frances Henry
and Jeannie Emmet.
Rono E. Hoguet will be his brother's
best man. The ushers will be Marcel N.
Gourd, brother of the brjdo, Dr. Alfred
Stlllman 2d, Dr. Richard Derby. Dr.
Fonwlck Beekman, John B. Marsh and
Raphael L. Cerero,
Mr. Hoguet will give his farewell bache
lor dinner to-morrow night at the Har
Plans havo been completed for the
wedding of Miss Isabel Atterbury, daugh
ter of Mrs. Low is B. Atterbury, to Le Roy
Miller, In St. George's Church, Stuyvesant
Square, on December 1. Dr. Karl Relland,
rector of tho church, will officiate.
MiBS Atterbury has chosen as her
bridal attendants her sisters, tho Misses
Hopeton and Josephlno Atterbury, Abby
Morrison, Dorothy Gibb and Dolly Madi
son La Montague.
'Georgo Miller will bo his brother's best
man. Tho ushers chosen are ltoderick
Buchanan, Robert G. Winmlll, Herbert
B. Shonk, Edwin T. Fox and Augustus
W. Kelley, Jr.
There will be a reception after the
ceremony nt the home of tho bride's
mother, 111 West Eighty-sixth street.
A wedding Last week of Interest to
society horo nnd In Newport was that of
Miss Sadio Jonos. onlv dnnirhhnr nf Mr
and Mrs. Pembroke Jones, to John Russell
Popo of this city. It was celebrated on
i nursaayaiternoon in tliolilstorio Wright,
vlllo chapel on Alrlle, the country estate
of the brldo's parents in Wilmington, N. C,
Many guests went from this olty and
Newport for tho ceremony, whloh was
performed by tho Itnv. Robort Strange,
ItUImn nf tho dlneeso nf Kjtat f'nrnllnn
Conrad's orchestra played during tho
ceremony and tor tho reception ar forward.
Tho chapel was decorated by Thorloy
with .Southern hinilax and chrysanthe
mums, There wero banks of ascension
IllUes decorating tho eltar and along tho
pows wero clusters of thess fiowcm in
The brldo walked to the ohanoel with
her father, who gave her away. Her
costume was of Ivory satlnlwith a long
oourt train trimmed with old point lace.
She wore n tullo veil held by a wreath
of orange blossoms and carried a touqii-)t
of lilies of the valley and whlto orchids.
Her only ornament was a string of pearls,
one of her woddlng gifts.
Mrs. James Whigham of this city and
Mrs. Gordon Wilson of Baltimore wero
the only bridal attendants. Their cos
tumes were of palo pink ohlfTon with
ploture hats tfl match trimmed with
brown fur. Thoy carried bouquots of
Phoenix Ingraham of thw city was thn
best man. The ushers were Pombroke
WHO TO 6
Jones, Jr., brother of tho bride, and Lyman
Delano of Wilmington, N. C.
After tho ceremony thoro was a largo
rpnnntlnn In tt linllun nf llitn lirtfl.Vs
nnr,,nts. whlh w;ui flppnmtixl with tiaIiii
chrysanthemuiiH and garlands of South
ern myruo, mo weiuiiug iiinunonn ikmiik
served by Sherry.
Mr. Pnnn fLtwl hU lirWI li.ft nrt,,rwnnl
on n special trrfln for a trip to tho South.
'I hey will live in tills city.
Anothnr recent wedding of interest,
was that of Miss lnth"rlim N. Cameron,
a daughter of tho Into Sir ltoderick Cam
eron, to Jud'ih H. Siars, formerly of
Boston, It was cnlohratad on (Mlobr
21 at tho horns of tho brHVrt hUIt, Mrs.
Bslmout Tirfaiiy, ir Wot Ninth stroot.
Tho lliv. Ldglitnu Parks, wlor or St.,
Bartholomow's t'liurch, oniclated, as.
slstcd by the ltv. E. A. D.idd, reotor of
St. John's Church in llwbanlc, Staten
The brido, who was given away by
her brother, R. McLeod Cameron, woro
a gown of white satin with an overdress
If BuBMBBfkSKBWm Mr antl George W. Vanderbllt
IB KKKKkSpwWBI Vi expect to pass part of the winter in Wash-
.IHHHs 'BBBsBMIwfTW 'JBMbBibbWbTHB n I ington, where they rocontly bought
i mors vr timS&SiMmmml' 'iSkmsMMmMnmtSbBKUKRM
of chiffon, She wore also a large hat
of brown silk and tulle and carried a
largo sable mulT. Miss Mary Cameron, a
nleco of the.brlde, was tho only attendant.
Sho woro a white lace frook and a whlto
laco cap, carrying a boskot of pink roses.
Zenas Sears, Jr., was his brother's best
Mr. nnd MrsSoars will live in Syosset
L. I., after tholr wedding tour.
Mrs. French Vanderbllt with her son,
William II. Vanderbllt, will sail. from
Now York on November 28 for Kiirope.
It is her plan to spend two months on the
Nllo, and sho will have among hor guests
Mr. nnd Mrs. F..Lothrop Ames of Boston.
Mrs. Vanderbllt will not return until the
spring.when sho will go to Halidon HH1,
her Nuwport villa,
Mrs. Elbridge T. Gurry will hold a
buianr nt her house, 2 East Sixty-first
street, on Thursday, December 5, from
II to n in aid nf tho work boing carried
oil by thn Ani'liom Sisters In Peekskill.
N. Y. Thorn will bo on sale objects suit-1
able for holiday gifts.
Mrs.- Philip M, Lydlg, who went to Eu
rope early in the summer, will return to
Now York on tho Frnncn on Novomber 18.
.Miss Marin It Montngno, who has
been nt tho Hotel Buckingham since her
ml urn from Murray Bay, left on Friday
for thn .Morristown Inn, Morrlstown, N, J.
where sho will remain a month.
Mrs. Frederick Edoy and hor daughter,
Miss Julia Kdey, returned last week' from
tho Virginia Hot Springs to 10 West Fifty
sixth street for tho wintor.
Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Palmer Knapp',
' 3 1912.
who have been at the Garden City Hotel
since leaving tholr country place in South
ampton, L. I., have returned to 217 Fifth
avenue for the winter.
Mrs. Mason Renshaw Jones has left
Murray Bay for 20 East Sixtieth street,
whore she will remain until sailing for
Italy early in Decembor.
Mrs. Edward La Montague and her
daughter, Miss Dolly Madison La Mon
tague, are at 13S East Fortieth street for
Mr. and Mrs. William Douglas Sloane
will closo their country placo in Lenox
Uils week and will return to their house,
2 West Fltty-seoond "street.
Mr, and Airs. Newbold Edgar, who have
leased their house, 28 East Thirty-ninth
street, to Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Morton
of Southampton, L. I., will bo at tho
Belmont 'for tho winter. Their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund
Stuart Davis, will Kill for Europe oh
November 10 and will pass the Winter in
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Qucntln Jones havo
closed their season in Newport and will
go this week to Miami, Fla., fortho winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Auchlncloss
havo leased for tho .winter the viUa in
Tuxedo of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick V. S.
Crosby, who will be Tor ttio season at tno
Idaho, Seventh avenue and Fifty-fifth
Mr nnrt Mm. Wllllnm Phllllns will soon
arrive from London, where Mr. Phillips
has been First Secretary of tho American
Embassy for sevornl years, l ney intena
to pass the winter in Boston, Mass., whore
they have taken a house.
Mr. and Mrs. George 0. Kobbd and
family have loft Short Hills, N. J., for
118 East Fifty-fourth street, where thoy
will be for tho wintor
Mrs, Arthur Mason will givo a roceptlon
on tho afternoon of November 22 at her
house's 110 East Fifty-seventh streot.whon
sho will introduce to society her grand
daughter, Miss Helen Jny Du Bols.
Mr. antl Mrs. Gilbert E. Jones havo
taken a house for tho winter In Convent,
N. J. Mrs, Jones was Miss Leila Haven,
n daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo G.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Wngstnff, Jr., will
soon return from Isllp, L. I., nnd will
In ut the St. Regis fortho winter.
Edward K. Bacon, who Ins loon ut IiU
placo lu Scotland for somo mouths, re
turned lust week to 2-7 Fifth iivonuo.
An interesting talk by Mrs. Klirabeth
lllatt Gregory on "Avi'itors and Their
Flights" will Im given at tho Waldorf
Astoria on tho nfUirnoon of Docombur
12 under tho patronago of women prom.
Inent in sncioty.
Mrs. Gregory's talk will bo lllustratnd
by storeoptlcon views showing tho flight
of the l.-itn Miss Harriot Quimby, Capt.
Bildulu's flkhls in the Orient, Min
Mnisant's machino nflro, tho Curtlss
aeroyucht and othors,
Among hor tronos?es are Mrs. James
B. Eusth, Mrs. Clifford B. Harmon, Mrs.
Paschal A. Carter, Miss Caroline Duer,
Mrs. J. Borden Harriman, Mrs, Anthony
J. Drexel, Jr., Miss Inez Mllholland,
Mrs. W. I,anler Washington and Mrs.
Alfred Wngstaff, Jr.
Among others interested in the talk
are Capt. Thomas S. Baldwin,' Dr. George
L. Lung, U. 8. N. Capt. W. Irving Cham
bers, L. S. N.; Jacques Schneider; of
the Aero Club of franco, Henry Wood
house. Glenn H. Curtlss, William J. Ham
mer and Leo H. Burrldge.
GENERAL NOTES OF SOCIETY.
Miss Cora Bloomfleld McElroy will be
one of this month's brides. She will be
marrledvto Albert Francis Jaeokel. 2d
on Thursday aftomoon, November 14.
Tho wedding will take place at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh P.
MoElroy. 230 Rlversldo Drive. Only rela
tives and Intimate friends have been in
vited to the ceremony, whloh will be per
formed by the Rev. Dr. Slnnott of St.
Patrick's Cathedral, but It will be followed
by a large, receptfon. ,
Miss McElroy will have Miss Charles
Owens of Atlanta, Ga.. for her maid of
honor and Miss Dorothy Jaeckel for flower
girl and Tracy Jaeckel for page. There
will bo no bridesmaids, but ten of Miss
McElroy 's young friends wllfiold ribbons,
forming an afslo through which the bridal
party will pass to tho nltar. Thoy will be
Mrs. Frederick 'Jtabrlskie, Mrs. Frank
Mathues. Miss Grace Do Vlnne, Miss
Marlon Mellen, Miss Elsa Arndt, Mia
Marion Newell. Miss Lorraine Crane, Miss
Beatrico Smith. Miss Betty Brooks and
Miss Myra Ranlott. Theodore Jaeckel
will bo his brother's best man.
Miss Cecilo Sellgman, daughter of the
lato Samuel J, Seligman, who died sud
denly nt Deal, N. J., nearly two years ago,
and granddaughter of James Seligman,
head of tho international banking firm of
J. A W. Seligman. will bo married to
Harold Lehman on Thanksgiving. .Novem
ber 28. The wedding will be a large one
and will take placo at Delmonlco's. This
will be tho second wedding in tho lehman
family in thesamo week, for Mr. Lehman's
brother, Allan Lehman, and Miss Evelyn
Schiffer, daughter of Mrs. Alfrod Schlffor
of 12 East Seventy-sixth street, will be
married on Monday. November 25. Their
wedding will tako placo at Sherry's. Allan
Lehman and his brido will go abroad on
their wedding trip and will visit Egypt.
India and tho Orient.
Edgar J. Bernhelmer recently gave a
theatre party followed by a supper and
danco nt Delmonlco's for Miss Schiffer and
Miss Seligman and their fiances. Mrs.
Hiram C. Bloomlngdalo, sister of Miss
Schiffer, chaperoned the party, which in
cluded tho Misses Edith Wormser, Helen
F. Goodhart and Morjorle Walter and
Nathan Struus, Jr., Howard Goodhart,
Herbert Spencer Martin, Julius Lewisohu
and Walter Sachs. '
Tho Messrs. Lehman aro members of the
banking firm of Lehman Bros,, of 10
On Wednesday at Pelham Manor Miss
Grace Vlolot Reynolds, daughter of the
late Georgo Osman Reynolds of Pelham
Manor, will bo married to William J.
Adams, son of William L. Adams of San
Francisco. Tho wedding will take placo
at tho homo of tho bride, who is a grand
daughter of Georgo Huntington Reynolds,
ono of the first residents of Polliam Manor.
Mr. Adams Is a grandson of tho late Will,
lam James Adams, pioneer lumber mer
chant of California.
Mr. and Mrs, James Keogh announced
last week tho engagement of their (laugh
ter, Mss Houora Teresa Keogh, to Harry
Dlnbar Gales of New York. No date has
been set for tho wedding. Another en
gagement announced last week was that
of Miss Elizabeth Hodges, daughter of
Mr. und Mrs, F W, Hodges of Detroit, to
Howard Bonbright, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William I'. Bonbright or this city. No
date has U-en net for the wedding.
Mr. und Mrs, Willalm MacGuffog, who
formerly resided nt 20t0 Seventh avenue,
but now make tholr homo In Brooklyn,
have sent out Invitations for tho marriage
of tholr daughter, Miss Alloc L. MacGuffog,
to Charles Hall Thompklns. The wedding
will tako place on Wednosday evening,
November 20, In the Bedford Presbyterian
Church and the ceremony wjll be followed
by a reception at the Chateau du Pare In
Brooklyn. ' . )
Miss MacGuffog has chosen Miss Marlon
Searles of Naw York for hor maid or
honor and Miss Elizabeth Beyman of
Richmond Hill, L. I Mies Emily Parmeln
of New Brighton, S. I.'i Miss Madelalno
Welch of Haokensaok, N;. J and Miss
LeonGodley of Brooklyn for bridesmaids.
Richard Van Vranken will ,b ;the best
man and ushers, all New York men, will
be Roy Howe.iHarry Sims, Allen Fenn
and Dr. Arohlbald Thomson.
Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Hspt&rn Class nf
the Apthorp, Broadway' nnd .'.Seventy
eighth street, have announced the en
nman nf hlr riiuiirhtM'. '.Miss Mar-
garet Scott Class, to Harold Arrowsmltn
ll. ' . . . . L , L" V - 3 t
liegeman. Air. negemsn.w sou ui .
nrixtra Rnlmln A. Hnssmsx. who make
Uilr Immn at the Marie Antoinette. No
date has boen set for the wedding.
The wedding or Miss MargarMta Regan,
n'(ece. of, Miss Elizabeth Brady, and Dr.
n I'mmAi. Watah. whose encasement was
announoed last week, will take place In
. Annnunhement was made last week by
Charles Feder of 808 West Ninety-fourth
street of the engagement of his daughter,
Miss Sadie Feder, to Benjamin Freeman
of Jersey City.
Th Vminir Women's Hosnltal Guild.
which was .organized several yean ago by
Mrs Wendell C. Flumps, wui give a cnaniy
ball In the new ballroom of s lie Rlte
raritsin nn Tuesdav evenlns. December
10.. The'.gulld each .year. glves an enter
tainment, usually a vauaeviue penonnance
forthe benefit of some charity. This
year, tho, proceeds will go toward estab
lishing, an- outdoor cllnlo .for sufferers
from tuberculosis at' tyo New York Post
Graduate Hospital. ,
The gul Id . mot xrtrday afternoon at
thn hnmn. nf' Mrs. Phllllnsrita President.
at 40 Woet Korty-scventh street, to com
plete plans for tho ball. Tho other officers
r thn irnllrf nrn'Mrs. Franklin P. Durvea.
vice-president;, Mrs. l'Hullller, treasurer,
and Miss, Marie Dospard, secretary. The
members include many wno Deiong 10
the New Assembly, Danoes. '
Warv'mit VMtlval and old fnshloned
donation party will be given for the benefit '
of the Homo for tHe Aged on Thursday,
November 21.' It will b4 held at the home. 1
un l-st'Sixtvelchth 'street, and will be
in charge of Mre.'Prederick Hamlin Mills.
She will be assisted by Mrs?Prank Mttlo
fleld, Mrs. Frederibk: Koe'lsch. Mrs. A. B.
Cashing, Mrsi 'C.'W. Banders.'Mrs. Henry
Lawson. Mrs. Ashbel P. Fltoh, Mrs. F. O.
Evans, Mrs. George W. Lewis, Mrs. F. F.
Ward, Mrs. J. M. Pratt, Mrs. E. M. Leash,
Mrs. J. R. Fraser, Mrs. A. T. Glenn. Mrs.
J. A. Bennett, Mrs. R. E. Mntt and Miss
8. W. Smith.
XI r .Tnhn Rates Clark will stve.a re
ception at her home, 43 West End avenue,
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on vteunemuiy micmwii, uvdiuuvi i,
to introduce her daughter. Miss Helen
Miss Carla von Rergen, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl von Bergen of 48 West
Fifty-ninth street, will be one of this
season's debutantes. She is a sister of
Miss Elsa von Bergen, who came out about
two years ago.
A meeting of the board of directors of
the Euterpe Club was held last week at
tin home of the president, Mrs. A. B.
Jamison, and plana for the coming season
were made. The club will have a musical
morning and luncheon' at the Waldorf
Astoria on November 31, and on November
14 a card party with silver prizes for each
table. Mrs. George Brand of 128 West
123d street is chairman of the card party.
A series of card parties will be given this
season at the homes of the members.
Under the direction of Mrs. William
Einstein, president of the Widowed Moth
ers Fund Association, a bazaar will be
held at the Waldorf-Astoria from Decem
ber 7 to 14 inclusive. The bazaar will havo
several novel features and it promises
to be a great success both socially and
financially. Mrs. Einstein will be assisted
by the advisory board, which Includes
Mrs. Henry Zuckerman, Mrs. Harry
Kraft and Mrs. iBador Lewi. The society
assists widows in keeping the family
together and provides food and clothing
Vassar Students Aid Society, New
York branch, held its first meeting this
season yesterday afternoon at the Waldorf-Astoria.
There was a large attend
ance, tho members bringing many of their
friends. Miss Virginia Powell rendered
a' musical programme. Mrs. Frederick
Love Keays of Great Neok, L. I., Is presi
dent of the society and Mrs.. Louis Guttl
man of 310 West Ninety-seventh street the
Minerva Club held its first meeting
of the season on Monday-at the Waldorf
Astoria. Thero was a luncheon, followed
by addresses. The guests of honor were
So nor Enrique Martinez, Consul-General
of Mexico; SeAor L. L. Pardo, So flora
Pardo, Seftor Alphonso L. Jlmlnez, Vice
Consul of Mexico; Sefiora Sobral, W. 0.
Carson, Dr. F. A. Lucas, curator of tho
American Museum of Natural History;
Mrs. Lucas, Dr. Henry M. Leipzlger of tho
Board of Education and Dr. George T.
Kunz of Columbia University.
The meeting was in charge of Mrs.
Edward P. Jenkins, Mrs. F. E. Hadley,
Mrs. E. B. Jenks, Mrs. Matheas Steelman,
Mrs. Edward B. Williams, Mrs. Darwin
Truss. Mrs. Kate Norrls and Mrs. James
Mrs. J. Hedges Crowell of 1044 Fifth
avenue was the hostess at the first meet
ing of the new Progressive Economics
Club last week. Officers selected for the
year are Mrs. Elmer Black, president;
Mrs. George Leary, trsjuiurer; Mrs. George
Kerr, secretary; Mrs. J. Hedges Crowell,
auditor; Mrs. John O'Leary, reoording
secretary, and Miss Lillian. M, Bacon,
assistant treasurer. The vice-presidents
are Mrs. J. Borden Harriman, Mrs., Will
iam Grant Brown, Mrs. George Leary,
Mrs. George Boskowitz, Mrs. Cynthia
Westover Alden, Miss Florence Guernsey,
Mrs. Nelson H. Henry and Mrs. Howard
On Tuesday evening, November 19,
the Sisterhood of Social Workers will give
a card rty at the Waldorf-Astoria for
tho Iwnelit of their day nursery. Tiokets
are on salo by Mrs. L. M. Stem of 210
West 1 10th street and Miss Sadie Bruck
heimer of 144 West 110th street.
A luncheon will be given by the Soctetd
de Beaux Arts at the Waldorf-Astoria
on Thursday. It will be in charge of
Mrs. Marie Cross Neuhaus of 434 Fifth
The Rubinstein Club, Mrs. William
Rogers Chapman president, will begin
its season on Saturday afternoon, Xovem-
vustlnued on Seventh, ftp
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