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?Art, Theatres, And Fashions. Nm ??^r?i i tfribttne Society, Music, Art, Theatres, And Fanions. PART ???? lWaWTi PAGES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1914. PART III. TWELVE PACES. CHRISTMAS GATHERINGS ABSORB SOCIAL WORLD a Family Reunions Are the Rule for the Holiday Season, and They Will Be Attended by Pleasant Affairs of an Infinite Variety F OK the ?ext two weeks most of the entertainments -riven by so? ciety will be in honor of the bo*-? and girls' home from school and college tor the holidays and for the debut?r.'e?, some few of whom have ?till to make their formal bows to ao tietT. The day? remaining: before ihri-tma.? will be oiled with lunch eon*-, receptions, dinners, theatre par ad dance*. Mrs. Benjamin B. ? give? a th? dansant at Sherry'? o- Tuesdaj for the introduction of her ,m. Miss Marn- K. Thayer. L. F. Holbrook Betts gives a diaaer daace to-morrow night at Sherry's for his Louise Rasasll Hoadley. and Mrs William H. Krhart Rives a similar affair for her dabataats daugh? ter. Miss Marfaret Huntington Krhart, ?t their new home. 105! Fifth av, On Wednesday night Mrs. Stephen Pea body BBS ? dame at Sherry's for her debutante daughter, Miss Priscilla Pea boriv. aad Mrs. Caa*f**a Gordon Kin*? has a dance that night for Miss Violet Gordon King. Mrs. Charles H. Mar? shall will give a dance on Monday at aar house, 6 Eaal 77th it, tot miss Usbella Banks Taylor, daughter of Mrs. M. Bai ks Taylor. Mrs. Charlas Hal iam Keep, of ? Eaat SSd st.. gives a th? daasant on Thursday for the dabat : ter. Mia? Kleanor W. Keep, : il] give a costume din? ner party on New Year's Eva. OB? of the interesting engagements announced last v.*eek was that of Miss loc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hear] r Coa, tf i Fast 10th st., to Lord Stowell, of this city. Miss ? rrodiict-d to society four 1/ej.rs ago. She s a granddaughter of ihe late Joha Taylor Johnston, for thirty yeara president of the Central Railrea.l of New Jersey and one of the Metropolitas Museum tif Art. Sic is a niece of Mrs. Robert IV. IV Fonat, Mra. Pierre Mail and J. \!erbcr' Johnston. Mr. Coe has a coun ?ce, Appletreo-, at Southampton. Long Island Mr. Stowell, who is the aon of Mr? ( alvin I?. Stowell, of Ithaca, N. Y., vas trraduRted from Hamilton and from the Harvard Law School in 190S. He is a brother of 9 owell. who married \!ke Fellowes, daughter of Mrs. Birney It. The marriage will take place in this April. ? ...r engagtment announced last ?' Melinda Wheeler Ira. William od, of EnglewooaL N. J., to Edmund Quincv Abbot, of Woi ? - er, ??s Em Hi' Hamiiton. daughter or Mr. an n A. Hamilton, to Hurry Livings? ton Kiiufrmui, of Cleveland, will take place on January r> in the Church of the 11 \ reception will follow at ? in nie' cousin. Mrs, George J. Could. K.".T Fifth av. .Mrs. Antho- ? II, jr.. will Gloria Could, youngest daughter of Mr. and and .loan Kauf ? |?? - ?.. will be flower p ris. There will be no brides ? Kaufman will act as it nn-.i). .nid the ushers BClude Ma ? Tilden, of . of Cle BaBJanin Mostly, o; I -1 Sid ii d Arthur Gould ? tris city. ? iolyn B. Condon, daughter sf Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gerald Con? don, will be married to Philip D. Ar? mour, son of Mrs. Patrick A. Valentine, on Jan-iary 8 in the Church of the Isavaal) Rest Atti-r the ceremony a ?mall reception will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Condon. '.'*'> Eaal Mb i h * ? Raw. Berber? Shipman, um:- Dr. WilliaiB G. Thk\i ? lark's School, will per? for"? ? ceremony. Mrs. Edmund S. g, jr., will be natron of honor, ?nd ?? .-tendants will be lira. Kichardsoa, Mia? Genevi?ve Kathryn Motley, Miss Whitney, of New Orleans; daughter of Mr. ?tal Mr George Harrison Fasisr, of Mary Mitchell. daughter of Dr. John K. Mitchell, and trranddauf.' Lata 1". 8. w*alr ladelphia. Lester Ar tnour, brother of the bridegroom, is to be best ?nan, and the I to be Wayne < ? atti?'ld-Tay!or and Gaorge Richardson, .if Chicago; Waiter H. .: Edward B. Condon, Otis L. Guernsey, W. VernOB Booth, jr., ?'ohn A. Appleton, Joaepi 1'. Stillman, jr?, and (harks L>. Dickey, jr. The marriage of Miss Ethel of Mrs. Alfr.d Satan ihiag. L. !.. ta Charles S. rarnurt;, of Philadelphia, will take place OB December l1'.? at the home of tar, Mrs. Gawra*a G. MeMurtry, fr?. '-'- On account of mourning the wedding will be a quiet one. Phelpa Jacob, daughter of tie late William II. Jacob, will be niat ned to Richard Rogers I'cahody, of Boston, on January 0 at tin- home of JsT aunt. Mrs. William H. Barnum, in Msmaroiitck, N. Y. For the benefit of the orthopiedic *?rd of the Post-Graduate Hospital a th? dan-ant ?.nd bazaar will lu- givea *o-morrow afternoon at Sherry' i until 7 o'c-oci?. There will be a ^hristma- tree for tue children, and for the older folk there will be B grab* *>*g. a for and exhibition 'latu-itiK. Young girls who have no' trodueed to society will pour ''?a und -?<?? ks waitresses. Among the young women who vmI) be at the various '?bles ?,,, \lrv Hasell Borwick, Mrs. i'awbon c. clove?. Miss Mary Fowler, **"??? Margrita Beekman. Miss Emily J-oe, Mia? Katherine Crane, Miss 'ranees Wyeth, Miss Violet Kins;, Miss ' ?line Ingeraoll, Mis*? Katherine Sands, "???Ms Cornelia Gallatin, Miss Lucinda \i V,'P' M'"' :v*-?r a*' Dinsmore and ?la? Madeleine Carey. Ihe committoe in charge of the ep '?rUiiiint-iit includes Mrs. Lewis S. l?? V ,'r*- Robert L- Howler, jr., Mrs. M i ?\tr7Kiir- Mr*' s' K- <?* ***0*t, ,n "n ,,rC? "' rAy' -Mr*' Sa"iu*'1 Neil ?OB lliiickley. Mrs. ( rawiord Burton, ( ??"" ^??"??'?-'riom. Mrs. Lewis C. Moirs, >rs. ,; y Hak artahorne, Mra^HoWard BSnwiSK Marga?? Wlll ,?, Mi ,,?,-? ? A*,\ , ,. Ur?ou **sllin?. Miss Marv B-?k?? "*?? i9mn -M" it ridge, Mia? Anna fe u? ^ C?^**' ? " At the Colony Club laaaaabb room Sweu ui the mterc.t of the Caaxeh Motion ?Picture Society. By courtesy of Mrs. Kdward T. Cockeroft, the Colony Club extends this privilege to further the unique work which Cleve? land MofTett oriifinsted. The object of the organization is to provide free in? structive entertainment to the very poor children of the city. The churches, now closed so much of the time, are to be generously opened for tin?* beneficence. l>r. Percy (?rant. Dr. IMitTielil mu) other clergymen of the city are enthusiastic ?about this effort. Me Governor elod Charles S. Whit? man. Mrs. John II. Flakier, (?eornc Gordon Buttle and others prominent in social iintl philanthropic activities are supporters Of the work. The entertain? ment to-niorrow will bv the first at um of JaSBOS Barnes's pict nres taken during his year's journey the continent of Africa. Ticket may be .secured from Mrs. Mnudv Kis sam, 680 Madison av., in the t/ornings between 9 o'clock and 1, nnd at the parish house of the Church of the Ascension, 1J West 11th st. The most original and what promises to be also the most imposing benefit for the war sufferers will be given at the Hotel Plaza BU the afternoon of, Monday, December 28, in aid of the Committee of Mercy. The Chinese j spectacle, "Chin Toy and Ali Sin," will be Kiven. Peter Newton anil Ins com- ] puny h.",\e been cnjjnK'.'d for the occa? sion and will present magic o? the time of Robert-Houdin. and later s pro? gramme of ma??ic by Ah Sm and Chin Toy, two extraordinary little people from Hong Kong, who will SJ?T0 the n.i.gic of the Orient. VaUffUUB Trevor, now appearing at the Princess Theatre, will be the Jester, Miss Kldora Stan? ford will sinjr a srroup of soprano solos and Mrs. Peter Newton will appear as one of the magical associates. The patron.- and patronesses include Mrs. Vincent Astur. Mrs. August Relmont, Mrs. Bobeii Bacon, W. Bourke Cock ran. Krank Crowninshield, Mrs. (liarles B. Crane, Mrs. William K. Draper. Dr. Harry A. Oorfleld, John Cruif Hammond. Mrs. Walter M. ktaynard, Mrs. Thomas K. Marshall, von L Meyer, Mrs. Gilford P chot, Professor M. I. Pupin, Herbert C. Pell. jr.. Mrs. Douglas Robinson, Mrs. W. 1>! Sloane, Mrs. Melville E. Stone. : Mitai Ida M. Tarbell and Prince Paul Troubetskoy. Inder the direction of Mrs. Justus Ruperti s benefit performance anil gen? eral dance will be held at the Colony Club Wednesday evening. December t o'clock,'for the benefit of the , V Miss \ hope \ Hamilton \. ?W/S ? Ssrrfo V Mais :? Andrew's Convalescent Hospital, at 2o7 Fast 19th st., which cares for self supporting women and working girls, BUd i? m great BOOd of help at pre.? Ont. The programme will be made ui> of modernized Oriental costume dances by Thorn.1? Allen Rector. B8 aisted bj Mi?- Kino Manning an.i their Ro\lior?i London Societj Orchestra. il (lancing m the assembly room Will follow. Among the patronesses an- Mn. William I'. Hamilton. Mrs. William Y. Hates, Mr-. J. K. Hayden, Mis. Kniest Flagg. Mrs. Augustus B. Field, Mis. H. Ward Kord, Mrs. Daniel Bacon, Mrs. W. St. G. Benedict, Mrs. Theodore Price. Mrs. Joseph Manning, Mrs. Preston Battarwuite, Mrs. w. G, Lamberi, Mrs. DeKaneey Nicoll, Miss Caroline Shippen, Mrs. 1"). Lym*n Hart, Mrs. Walter Rutherford, Mrs. William B. Franklin, Mrs. Henry Munroe, Mrs. Prescott Hall Bjutler, Sirs. Francis D. W'iislow and Mrs. J. D. Prince. I u'KCt?. at 9% each, msv be had from Mrs. Matthias Nicoll. 124 Ka.?t ?nth St; Mrs. 11. K. Wood?, ?0 Fast 77th : st., or Mrs. Justus Riip.-rti. 1 10 Kast e (inn tesy the Colony Club is used Both socially anil artistically, OBC of the chief musical events of the season will in- the benefit eoncert given by the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra and Mme. <>lga Samaroff, the distinguished pianist, in Carnegie Hall on the after? noon of January 4 for the Kdwanl Mac Dowell Memorial Association Fund. The patrol? and box holder-, for this pe? Im ?nullte include Mi. und Mrs. Frank S. Hasting??. ?1rs. William 1'roc? ?tor. Mrs. William M. Dolls. Mrs. I C. Black. Mrs. 0. C. Steven?, Mi. ami Mr?. Howard Mansfield, Mrs. Spr/igue Smith, Mr. and Mr?. Frederick Stokes, Benjamin Prince. Mrs. Thoina*. Fdison, Fred Steinway, John W. Prothingham, \li?s Carolin Dow, Mr. ami Mrs. Willis Hall. Mi. ami Mrs. Travor llul. Ldaia Morris Starr. Miss Julia Whiteiiead and Howard Borden. The Children's Court Committee of the Association of Catholic ChariUea will give an entertainment at the Plasa on January 11, which ia to consist of tableaux vivants and singing by Mine. Kleonora de Cisneros. followed by gen? eral dancing. Among the patroneaaea are Mrs. William K. Vantlerbill, jr., Mrs. John G. Agar, Mrs. John Beverly , Duer, Mrs. G. Stanton Floyd-Jones. Mrs. Henry W. Taft, Mrs. Morgan J. ! O'Brien, Mrs. Leonard M. Thomas, Mrs. [William R. Grace, Geraldya Redmond, | Mr*. William F. BttoehaU and Miss 1 Georgine fselin. I he third annual fiance for the bene? fit of Dobb's House, 512 Fast 87th st., will be held to-morrow evening at the Plasa, under the auspices of ths Misses Hasten1 School Alumna-. The sont? mittoc in charge Includet III ' Tharer, Miss Lillian Taimage. Miss Jay | William*, Miss Kstelle Roiitf-.ii. Miss Anne Woodm, Mis- l-ahella Taylor, Miss Lucy Kord, Miss Floise Blood good, Miss Elisabeth Kendall. Mi?s Lauise Butler, Miss Helen linlgi-ly Mor? gan, Miss Margaret Warren, Alis? Dor othv Haight. 111*1 Mary Boker. Miss Mildred G. Rice, Miss Laura Parsons and Mi*?. Luthcruiu Colt, J "fc-t^r maa%fm MES. CH?S.^LOSLY OELRICHS jftme Pupo/i? PJtoto Mi-.. ? buries De L Oelriehl returned to the city las', week after a visit to relative, in No* pel ' Mi . Greveaa Convene, who spent the early sutnincr in Paris, has re? turned to the city, and will pas* the winter at 13 Ka. t 78th Mts. Alexander H'ni' Thau vsill give h dance at the Colony Club on Decem? ber M for her .laughter?. Mis* Katb- ' i tine B. Thuw and Miss Barbara Thaw, i The artists at Albeit Morns Bagby'a iMuiical Morniuii tu-monu?*' at the. Waldorf-Asionn will be Mi.-- Lucreaia Bori, Emilio de Gogorzn and Frit/. Kr- isla?*. Mrs. I harles MacVcugh. of 49 Baal Tith ?t.. will givi- a daacs at the Cal? ony Club on Febiuary 1" Mrs. J Allen Townsend will give a dinner on Wedni-.-tday at her home, 'JT.'I Madison a\. Mr. ,n |< i Mr . Wjllian' | . M, Combs have taken an apa-V merit at the Bel axtml lus tin: iLiu?iB..'.-? of the winter. ? Theatre Parties* Dances and Dinners Given on All Sides for Young People Released by Vacation Time from School and College her cousin, Miss Winifred Stix. of St. Louis. Carl Lehrburger waa his brother's best man, and the uaher?were B. Narnm, J. David, Louis Osterweis and Raymond Rothstein. The bride wore a gown of white satin, trimmed with point lace which had been worn by her mother on her wedding gown. The lone court train of white satin was covered with the point lace veil which also had been worn by Mrs. Zucker. Her bouquet vas o? white orchids and lilies-of-thc \alley. Miss Stix wore pale pink taffeta, bro? caded in silver, and a large white satin hat, trimmed with silver, and carried a staff topped with a shower of pink roses. After a wedding trip through tin South Mr. and Mrs. Lehrburjrer will live with Mr. and Mrs. Zucker. Miss Irene Jaburg was married Thursday afternoon at Delmonico's to Carlos Theodore Dannemann, of St. Felix, Brazil. The ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. J. Loch. was followed by a recention and dance. Charles Jaburg gave his sister away. The bride's gown was of white satin ? and princess lace, with a long court train of satin, her tulle veil was edged with lace anil she carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lilies-of the-valley. Mrs. Jack Kolle. matron of honor, was in white satin covered with tulle ami trimmed with pink velvet and silver lace. She carried pink roses. The bridesmaids were Miss Mathilda Jaburg, the bride's cousin; Miss Carrie Gucker, Miss Anna Happel and Miss Anna Mates. They wore flesh color messaline, with beaded trimming, and carried sheaf bouquets of pink roses. Charles Rustmann was best man, and the ushers were John Jaburg and Fred Jaburg, cousins of the bride; Fdward Kueck and Harry Kueck. Burly in January Mr. and Mrs. Dan? nemann will sail for their home in Brazil. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Conron. of 263 West 90th st.. will give a dance to? morrow night at Sherry's for the debut of their daughter, Miss Dorothy Con ron. Miss Conron will be assisted in receiving by Miss Isabelle Amy, Miss Gladys O'Donohue, Miss Kstelfe Mul queen, Miss Gertrude Schickel, Miss Th?r?se Farrcll, Miss Kathryn Agnew and Miss Marguerite Radley. Several affairs have been given this season for Miss Louise Gould, the debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kdwanl Gould, of West New Brighton, Btatou Island. GENERAL SOCIAL NEWS AND NOTES Engagements of Interest Just Announced Weddings Soon to Take Place. At a dinner inven by Mr. and Mrs. Georgs M. Holbrook, of Springfield. M? . last week, the engagement of Mis? Kachael Holbrook to Jasper Adatas Campbell, jr.. of New York City, was announced. Miss Holbrook is. a debutante of last season, and one of the most beautiful and popular young ladies of Springfield? Mr. Campbell il the son af Mr. and Mrs. Jasper A.lair. ? Campbell, of Hotel San alterno, this eit\. Me is a graduate of Yale, class of '1'J. M; - Mabel Lh Vie. daughter of Mr and Mrs. George Andrew La Vie, wa inaincil to William Lightfoot Schult/. i on Saturday. December IS, m St. Thomas's Church. The ceri'inony was \ followed by a recent ion at the home of 1 the bride'-' parent-, '? I West 88th st. Misa Marjone Zucner. daughter of ' Mr. and Mrs. Beter Zucker, of 1 West Tiltil st., was married to Edwin W. I ehiburger on Thursday afternoon at i be St. Regia. The ceremony was Per? formed by the Rev. Dr. Joseph Silvcr iiaaiiL The bride'?, only attendant was W/ Miss Z^s' Katherine THAW oy fftamwri Court />Ao?o?rvph<?r* Mrs. William Rogers Chapman has left town for her home in Maine to spend Christmas. She will go to Chi? cago at the end of the week to visit her parents and will return to the city on January 6. Mrs. John Kurrus, of 16 West 121st st.. gave the fourth of her series of card parties on Thursday at the Wal dorf-A.itoria. Mrs. Halstead Pell Hod son wa.i the guest of honor. There were about seventy-live women present. Mrs. Thomas K. Forest, of 417 River? side Drive, gave a luncheon and theatre party on Wednesday for her mother, Mrs. George Morrill, of Boston. Mrs. James Daniel Mortimer gave a lunch? eon on Friday for Mrs. Morrill at her home, 390 West End av. Mrs. W. A. Percy, of Memphis, Tenn., with her three children, William Ann ? strong Percy, Lady Percy and Walker : Percy, are at 417 Riverside Drive, \.here Mrs. Percy has taken an apart - nit nt for the winter. Mrs. Percy is the witlow of William Armstrong Percy, who was prominent in Southern poli? tic?, business and social life. She is a sister-in-law of Senator Le Roy Percy, of Mississippi. Mrs. John West Hornor is at the Waldorf-Astoria. Later abe will go to Lye, to be with her son and daughter in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John West Hor? ror, jr. The first dance of the aeasop of the I Four Cotillons took placa *,,riday nicht ? at Delmonico's. The jjattjnessea aie Mr?. T. Dsrrington Semple. Mr?. Henry Pearson, Mrs. Thomas Sloan Young, Mrs. John J. Crawford, Mr?. Baker A. Jamison and Mr*. Thomas N. James. On the board of governors are Ly?* man A. Spalding, T. Bertrand Graham, Dr. Matthew Lawrence Carr, R. Bol ton Freeman, C. Randall Hammond, Dr. Henry Pearson. James Gough Jamison, T. Harrington Semple, Arthur W. Pea niman, J. B. Charlton Armstrong, Robert T. Miller and Clinton P. Lovell The other dances will take place ob January 22, February 11 and April 8. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Byers, of Wash? ington, are at the Hotel Belleelair? for a short stay. Mrs. Harriott M. Johnston-Wood will ? ?ntertain the members of the Manhat? tan Study Club to-morrow afternoon at the Pen and Brush (Tub, in Eaat luth st., with a reception and a pro? gramme of music. Moving pictures of the Panama Canal and its environs will be shown, and Miss Dorothy Ham? ilton will give exhibition dances. Re? freshment? will be ?erved and general dancing will follow. Mrs. E. II. Wilmar gave a dinner for twelve at her home, 2131 Broadway, Wednesday evening, in honor of Misa Helen Darling, whose engagement to Dr. Charles C. Stein, of Kittai.ng. I'enn., was Announced. Among tho guests were Dr and Mrs. G. Demp? ster Hamlen, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wallace, of Hoboken, N. J ; Edward Maynard, Miss Marjory Gilling, W. J. Moore. Dr. Charles J. Stein and Dr. and Mrs. W. .1. Moore, Elmsford, Long ' I.-;land. A Christmas dinner dance was given Friday evening at the Gedney Farm Country Club, which was attended by 100 men and women, including several rrominent New Yorkers. Among the New York City gueata were Kenneth M. Murchison, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ferguson. Mr. and Mr?. Robert N. Farley and L. Ward Prince. i Mr. and Mrs. Waiter L. MacCorkle | gave a dinner at their home, 300 We?t End av., on Thursdav evening. Th? I guests were George W. Steven?, pri-S Ident of the Chesapeake &. Ohio Rail? way Company; Mr. and Mrs. J, H. , Full, Mrs. E. E. Mcacham and Malcolm L Meacham. Miss Sarame Raynolds. of Las Va? gas, N. M.. is at the Hotel Marie An ? toinette. Miss Raynolds gave a large dinner, followed by dancing, on Tues? day evening, at the Marie Antoinette. She was assisted in receiving by her mother, Mrs. Joshua Raynolds, and her ?ister. Mrs. Jamc3 G. McNary, of El Paao, Tex. The annual Christmas: dinner for the children of the Eest Side Clinic will take pl?ce at the New York Turn V?*r I ein Hall, 85th at. and Lexington av., on Saturday evening, December 2?**. A large Christmas tree will be provided for the children, and after dinner Mr-. Homer Lee and Mr?. Francis MacDon ald Sinclair will distribute toys and ! candy. There will be a Punch and Judy show, provided by the president, Dr. Adelaide McConnell. and afterward there will he mu?ic and dancing. Mrs. William H. Specht is chairman of the , Christmas dinner, and she will be as? sisted by Dr. McConnell, Mr?. Samuel Gardner Estabrjo'.., Mrs. Enhau?, Mra. Henry Wiener, Mrs. Raymond A. Bur? ton, Miss Gen/ude Maring, Mrs. John J. Hayes and Mrs J. Schenck Van Sic* j len. Donations have been sent by Dr. Mc ! Connell. Mr?. Francis MacDonald Sin ! clair, Mrs. Raymond A. Burton, Mrs. , Fred Manning, Mrs. Charles E. Davi**, Mrs Henry F. Specht, Mrs. William IL Specht. Mrs. S. Gardner Estabrook, ? Mrs. Henry Wiener, Mra. Reuben J. Taylor, Mrs. Henry Sihlickman, Mr?. John J. Hayes, Mrs. Enhaus, Mrs. Au? gustus C. Corby, Mrs. Halstead Hob son, Miss Kathryn BaTl. Mrs. Nathaniel Arnold, Miss Etta V. R. M<*lvin, Mrs. Charles S. Hesselbach, Mrs. Homer Lee, Miss Mary I. Mettler, Mrs. Daniel Ford, Mrs. J. Schenck Van Sielen, Miss Jania Richardson. Mias Lillian Fox and Dr. John W. Wurthman. Mme. Aida Tanini Tagliavia gave a tea for the general committee interested ia j the coming civic ball at the Hotel Plaaa I on January 12. Among the speakers of the afternoon were John M. Murphy, Commissioner of Tenements; Burr Mc* ; Intosh and Frank Mclver. The guests present were Mrs. Ambrose McCail, ! Mrs. John O'Leary, Mrs. George V. Kerr, Mrs. Clara Janes, Miss Maude \ Janes, Mrs. Walter McCorkle, Dr. and Mrs. Darwin Nagel, Mrs. M. Everet ! Teague, Mrs. Earnest Hamilton, Mr?. i L. V. Armstrong, M.ss Ruby Reesa and Miss Florence Guernsey. Some , 400 tickets were taken during the af? ternoon. The hostess announced tba headquarters for the civic ball, Room 11 IM? Hotel Plaza. The third of the Southern cotillon J ...u..-,;?,;?? w?n/.?a ?,?. i,p|H ln the - oak room of the Ilote! Marie Antoi? nette on Wednesday evening under the auspices of Mrs. Wallace P White, of Riverside Drive. Mrs. White, who wore an American Beauty brocaded satin trimmed in gold, was assisted in re? ceiving by Mrs. George Petinot, Mrs. K. M. Tongue BUd Mrs. S. R. Watt*. SOCIAL BROOKLYN TO HAIL SANTA Debutantes Busy as Christa****} Holidays Near-~ tngage. ments Announced. Christmas has come to be as eagerly , looked forward to by the debutante as by her little sister of Santa (. laua . age. To the one it means new doll* I and toys, and to the other a whirl of i teas and dances, with all the tollen boys at home to join in the merry-inas mg. To-morrow evening Mr. and Mr*. Philip Ru.x'.on will star** the holiday festivities in Brooklyn with a bal masque for their debutante daughter, I Mis* Louise Ginnel Ruxton, at th? : lleiarht.s Casino. There will be two ' hundred guests, drawn chiefly from the , debutante set and the younger married couples, and all are anticipating novel , features. Wednesday evening will bring an? other large dance at the Catino, at ?which Mrs. Fdward Hinrnaa aitd Mr*. Alinet F. Jenks will be joint hwat?**ea. ! Tuesday evenintc th?. Heights Casino | will be the scene of the danc? of th? I Little Men and Women of "76, and Sat ?urday eveniug "Cisdcrella" will be [ given there. ?* Dates ior twu luttportaut wedding.?