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TAKT IV EIGHT PAGES
RESORTS ? TRAVEL
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1920
PART IV EIGHT PAGES
??w Social world
Debutantes Take First Place
On Week's Social Calendar
Season's "Buds" Prepare for Junior Assembly To
Be Held in Ritz-Carlton Ballroom Friday; Many
Receptions, Dinners and Dances Arranged
Many luncheons, reception1*, dinners, theater parties and dances will
be given for the d?butantes this week, but the entertainment which in
point of Interest and attendance stands out above the others is the first
of the Junior Assemblies, to be held Friday night in the ballroom of the
Rita-Carlton. This organization haB been one of the fixtures of New
York's social season for a number of years and formerly was known as
the Junior Cotillion, then under the management of Mrs. Arthur Murray
There will be three dances this season, the second one taking place
on Friday, January 7, and the last one on Friday, February 4. The sub?
scribers include the parents of most of the "buds" of the season and the
committee in charge of the dances this year is composed of Mrs. Richard C.
Colt, Mrs Walter B. James, Mrs. Murray W. Dodge, Mrs. Jame? Gore King,
Mrs. Walter Phelps Biiss, Mrs. Herbert L. Pratt, Mrs. James Byrne and
Mrs. Herbert L. Satterlee. Miss Florence V. Doane is the secretary.
The subscription list is a long one"
this year and includes Mrs. Will?
iam B. Anderton, aire?. Hugh D.
Auchincloss, Mrs. Dorn Barber, Mrs.
William J. Schieffelin, Mrs. Victor
Cum nock, Mrs. ?Charles W. Ogden,
Mrs. Johr, B. Ogden, Mrs. Edward Cou
man Parish. Mrs. Reginald Barclay,
".1rs. Grenville Parker, Mrs. Charles
Remsen, Mrs. Moses Ta-,-3or, Mrs. Henry
'iraf Trevor, Mrs. R. T. Haines Haisey,
Mrs. Fairfax Stuart Landstreet, Mrs.
Waltej Jennings, Mrs. G. Howard Davi
son, Mrs Frederic D. Phillips, Mrs. W.
Gibson Borland, Mrs. A.Wright Post, Mrs.
... Brookman, Mrs. Frederic Bull,
Mrs. John H. Prentice, Mrs. James M.
Brown, Mrs. Theodore Price, Mrs. Her?
bert Parsons, Mrs. Charles N. B Camac,
Mrs. Jumes B. ClemenB, Mr?. Percy A.
Rockefeller, Mrs. J. Gamble Rogers,
Mrs. John Barrv Ryan, Mrs. Shepherd
K. de Forest, Mrs.- Dean Sage, Mrs.
Lewis L De'.afi.r-ld. Mrs. John Sanford.
Mrs. W Butler Duncan, Mrs. Ado'ph.i9
ir-medburg, Mrs. Ernest Flagg, Mrs.
W Willoughby Sharp, MrB. Henry
Harkness Flag'.er, Mrs. Arthur W.
Francis, Mrs. ?Origen S. Seymour, Mrs.
Benjamin C Ffncke, Mrs. J. Bayard
3-peyers, Mrs. John Henry Hammond.
Mr?. Robert L. Stevens, Mrs. J. Horace
Harding, Mrs. Charles Betts Hillhouse.
Mrs. Lewis S. Thompson, Mrs. George
A. Hurd, Mrs. Phillips B. Thompson,
Mrs. Richard M Hurd, Mrs. John S.
Hoyt, Mrs. Edward S^. Iiham. Mra.
,-?? \V. Vanderbilt, Mrs. Thornton
F. Turner, Mrs. Martin J. Keoirh, Mrs.
r. idolpb H Kissell, Mrs. Fred??r:rk W.
Lincoln Mrs M. 1. Lockwood", Mrs. T.
: leston Wells, Mrs. F. Egcrton Webb,
Mrs. Pave Her.nen Morris, Mrt?. Benja?
min Wistar Morris Mrs. Charles Mo
r:-.r., Mra Huntington W. Merchant,
Mr?. A Her.ry M? sie, Mrs. John Henry
Towne, Mrs ThoTnaa Townsend Sher?
man, Mr* Clarence B. Mitchell, Mrs
A vin W, Kxech, Mrs. Rector K. Fox.
Mrs. T. H Powers Farr, Mrs. Al'.an
Marauand, Mrs D. Hunter McAlpin
i- : Mrs Henry D. Meeker.
.":.<: rr.r-T. included Rnr'.r.g the sub
scribert are ( arence H. Mackay, Philip
Rhinelander, V. Skiddy Marden, George
eday, T Pearsall F:*>ld, George
Carr.eg'.ij Palmer and Severyn D. Sharpe.
Among other affairs echeduled for
the W"Bif .'or the d?butantes i? a
ancheon Thursday for Miss Audrey
-.??'? ?se' <* Sherman, daughter of Arthur
Outran Sherman, who ?ave ? theat'-r
party an-i dance for h?-r ?ant week.
Horac?; ?.<-&!:? Hotrhkiss jr. will
be the hostess at '.he luncheon.
Misi Elizabeth Dodge To Be
Saturday will be the busiest day of
'?? e v.eek. half a d?.7.en entertainments
of on? nir.d araj another being
icbeduled f?,r the -ie?.u'.ant*?. Mrs.
'??" it M -r-iy Do'-g? will give a dance
*'. the Colony Ciub for her oldec.t
anghter, M.? ? Elizabeth L-e
Dodge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mur
ray V,'. Dodge. Mrt Dor - fia-a.-r will
''-??:. h- lancheor >,* the Colony
Club for her d?butante ?laughter Mi s
Betty Barber, ?r.d Mm. Har.n Far.r,?.
'.'.'.'7/.. ?*;.? give a reception a' h?-r
.^,rr.?, \r, Rast Sixty nr-.h Street, to
introduce her cousin, Miss Georg na !..
WelJ?, debutante daughter of Mr ara]
Mrs T. Tilestor Weil?, of f-2 East
aejenty-sixti Street Mr- Wells will
?f'"'? ? -i!r.r,?.r for her dau'?ht?-r or: Fri?
da* at 'he ( olony '.:?.??, and ?fr-rward
IV** "?' <Tj,,s,s to the Junior Assem
W>** at th? Rlt.j5.
Mrs K4w?.>"*l? Hii?nt*r will give a re
e?ption Saturday afternoon at her
home, n West SI Tstt??? nth Street to
Present her dfc'jghter. Miss Barbara
Another d-ihr-tant? to be SnKr'A^n-A
o ?;*\?\? on Saturday will be Miss
CTftnia Btgeiow, daughter of Mr. and
-irs, Eratit A, Blg?U?w, of this crUy
<;nd Oyster Bay. Her mother will give
a reception for her at the Colony Club.
Other affairs of the week v?U be
he first of the bachelor dances in the
Delia Robbia room of the Hotel Van?
derbilt, tor charity. The dates for
the other dances are December 10, 17.
24 and January 7. The auxiliary com?
mittee for the dances is composed of
Mrs. Vincent Astor, Mrs. Howard Cush
ing, Mrs. William K Vanderbilt 2d,
Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson, Mrs. Ernest
Iselin, Mrs. Whitney Warren, Mr;-.
Harry Payne Whitney and Mrs. Henry
A subscription dance, known as the
Little Dance, organized by Mrs. James
T Terry, will be given at Delmonico's
Friday night. The subscribers are
principally young married persons,
among whom are Mr. and Mre. Lind
ley Tappin. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Na?
poleon Bonapa:rte, Mr. and Mrs. James
Deering, Mrs. Samuel Wagntaff, Mj;.
and Mrs. Reginald Ronalds. Mr. and i
Mrs. James Cummings Barr, Mr. and i
Mra. A. J. Drexel Biddle, Mr. and Mrs I
David Helier, Mr. and Mra. Kenneth ?
Murchison, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. I
Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Charlea do]
Loosey Oelrichs. i
Dr. and Mrs. William Adams Brown
will give a reception Saturday after?
noon at their h?)ine, 49 East Eightieth
Street, for Mr. and MrB. William Ad?
ams Brown jr. Mrs. Brown jr. is a
daughter of Benjamin Ivea Gilman, of
Miss Gabriel McQuaide
To Be Bride Wednesday
The marriage of Miss Gabrlelle Mc?
Quaide, daughter of Mrs. S. S. Mc?
Quaide, and Reginald Room?, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Roorne, will
take place at 4 o'clock Wednesday aft?
ernoon in the chantry of St. Thomas's
Church. Only the family and a few
intimate friends have ficen Invited.
There will be a small reception fol?
lowing the ceremony at 33 West Fifty
fourth Street, the home of Miss Mc
Quaide's godmother, Mrs. Lemuel W.
Miss McQuaide will have as her at?
tendants Mrs. Adrian Iselin 2d and
Mrs. J. F'.rd Johnson jr. Miss Roberta
Serrell and MIsb Gwyndolyn Roome,
Mr. Roome'? nlecre, will net as flower
jriris. Ho ward Le C. Roome wiU be
his brother's bes man and the UFhers
will be Elton Hoyt 2d, of Cleveland;
Lyle G Hall, of Ridgeway, Pa.; Henry
T. Curtis?, of Northampton, M;?*s.;
Thomas H"wes, of Farmington, Conn.;
J. F'.rd Johnson jr.. S. Merrcll Clement,
Henry G. Holt and Sydney C. McCall,
of this city.
Miss Thaek?r May Brown, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Brown, of 924
West End avenue, will be married to
William H. Seiden jr., of Iron River,
'?'. eh., In the Fourth Presbyterian
f hurch Thursday ?evening. The cere?
mony which will he performed by th<r
Rev. Dr. Edgar Work und there will
bo a reception at Hot?-! Piara Miss
Brown v.-i i J be attended by her sister,
Miss Castra Brown, as maid of honor
und by eight bridesmaids. Miss Kather
ne Seiden and Mis? Anna Seiden, of
iron River, sisters of the bridegroom;
Miss Alice Plant, of Washington; Mis?
('?In'1'/* Bird and Miss Maude Carlton,
of Atlanta; Miss Laulle Hendricks, of
Hurstboro. Ala ; Mrs. Eleanor Mnn
/urn an?) Mrs. Frederick W Scha?.f??r,
Shreve Oinnell wfll tervfi? as best
man and th?-) ?ihT? will be George
'?'elder? of Palatka. Fla, brother of
?he bridegroom; Raoul Brown, brother
of the bride; Elwood Kemp, of In?
diana; Harry Fraser, Douglas Fellr
Jumes Todd and Dr. Bertell Parson, of
Saturday Is Still
Ruling as Favorite
Day for Weddings
Included in Long Lis! of
Marriages ?s Tha? of Mrs.
Ernest A. Bigelow Jr. to
Herman Livingston Rogers
Mrs. Ernest A. Bigelow jr., daughter
of Mrs. William A. Sayles by her first
husband, Henry B. Moore, was married
at noon yesterday in the. chapel of St.
Bartholomew's Church to Herman Liv?
ingston Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arch bald Rogers, ef Hyde Park. The
ceremony was performed by the R ?-.
Henry Hobson, of Waterbury, Cor.r..,
and a reception and wedding breakfast
followed at the Colony Club. The .
bride, who was given away by her step?
father, Captain Sayles, was in a gown
of henna-colored chiffon. Her only
attendant was her sister, Mrs. Donald
Walker, of Summit, N. J., who was in
dark blue chiffon. Edmund P. Rogers ;
served aa his brother's best man. Only |
relatives and a few intimate friends
were present at the church and at the
Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, after a wedding; ?
trip of two months, will live at 26 West
Mrs. Rogers served as a nurse with
the French arm. for two years. Her
first husband died in May. 1919. Mr.
Rogers is a graduate of Yale, class '14,
and served overseas as a major in the
30Hth Field Artillery. He is a member
of the Knickerbocker and other clubs.
Miss Augusta Linherr Travers,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. Paul Trav?
ers, of Great Neck, L. L, wat married
yesterday morning to Innia O'Rourkc,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. O'Rourke, j
of New York and Great Neck. The
ceremony was performed in St. Aloysius
Church, Great Neck, at 11:30 o'clock,,
by Archbishop Ha es of New York, as- '?
sLsted by Father Dineen and the rector.
Father P. J. Rogers. After the cere?
mony the nuptial mass was said by
Miss Antoinette Travers, Rister of the
bride, was maid of honor. The brides?
maids were Miss Kathryn O'Rourke
Miss Anna Clark, Miss Rosalie Clark
and Miss Frances Travers .
The best man was John F. O'Rourke
jr., an?l the usher? were Richard E.
Dwight, ?'. Edward Meyer, Edward P.
Alker, George C. Meyer, Leo Travers,
i-'red S. Richards and Willard Walker,
and Clarence Murfee, of Cleveland.
Breakfast was served after the cere
mon to relatives and intimate friends
i t. t.iine's Ian?!, the residence of the
Miss Ruth Thomas, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Waring Thomas was married
to Charles C. Irwin, of Philadelphia, at
noon yesterday in the Church of tfie
T* nsfiguration. The Rev. George
Hough ton p?-rformed the ceremony in t he
1 resence of relatives and close friends.
The brlile, who, with her parents, has
made her home at the Hotel Plaza for
several years, Is identified with the
younger society set ami has appeared
irr a nombre of benefits far charity.
She Is an accomplished sportswoman
and holds a medal for high diving.
After a motor trip Mr. an?l Mrs.
Irwin will be at home at 845 Fifth
Miss Maiielelne Ineho Randall, daugh?
ter of ?Mrs. Frederic Charles Randall,
was married yesterday afternoon in St.
John's Church, Belair Road, Stuten
Island, to Henry Ko??bel Young. The
bride had five attendants?Mrs. Walter
Pancher. hb matron of honor, and Mrs.
Allan Thomas Miss Honle Step).ens,
Mrs. Kennedy Randnl) and Miss Marian
Connolly. Allan Thomas was the best.
man, and the ushers wrr<* John H.
Mooors, Lelghton II. Peebles, Harold
B. Colton and Theodore Berkeley?
MISS DAVISON is the d?butante daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
G. Howard Davison, of 113 East Fifty-fourth Street. She
ivas pre*'v'cd to society last Tuesday at a reception which
her mother gave for her at her home.
Miss Spcyers is an tther "bud"' of the season. She is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jame Bayard Speyers, of 57 East
Mi?.? Terry was formally presented to society on Friday night
at o dav.rr given for her at the Ritz-Carlton by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Chartes Thaddens Terry, of 59 East ?eighteenth Street
Miss Merchant ? the dt buta <tt daughter of Mrs. Huntington
W. Merchant, ? f SO East S, -ty-t ? ' :? trtet.
Miss Whitman iviil be infr luced :?> society December .'? at
" reception iviti ?'??? . '1 ? ? ' mother, Mrs. Alfred .\, -
drew s Whitman, will givt for her at the Co pol ?tan Club.
tSocis iiow to Society
At Receptions and Dances
Among Those introduced Are Miss Katherine Morris.
Miss Emily Hammond, Miss Clara F. Workum,
Miss Martha Otlley and Miss Juliet Chisholm
Many entertainments for the d?bu- -
tantes were given yesterday afternoon
and evening when several of the win?
ter's "buds" were formally presented
to Bociety at receptions and dances.
One of the largest affairs was (he dance
given last night by Dr. and Mrs. I ?
Rutherfurd Morris to present their
daughter. Misa Kath? r?ne E. Morris. It
took place in the ballroom of the Ritz
Carlton and was prec? led by " nun
of dinners, one being given by the
debutante's aunt. Mrs. Charles Potter
Kling, 7 Fast 1 ifty first Street. Mrs.
John Henry Hammond gave one at her
house for her daugnter, Misa Fmi?..,
Sloane Hammond, and Mrs. Julius F.
Work um one at her home, 5'.i
fc ighty-socond 3; tr? -? : ?3 r her daugl t? r,
M.r s ( iara F. U ui kum.
The gu? sts on their a : rival at the
Ritz were r< .-.?:..?: by Mrs. Mori:.-. :,:,?r
lin. d?butante. I'he decoral
in green and while, palms, ferns i :
cut (lowers bc?n>? used Supper was
served at midnight.
The guests, aaout 400 in number, in?
cluded Miss Annie !'. Auchincloss, Miss
Juliette D. Longfellow, Miss Louise
SchiefFelin, Misa Susan Coppell, \!i ?
Margaret Davison, Misa Hester Emmet,
Miss Bettj Barber, Misa Laura Hard?
ing, Miss Julio Browne Fincke, ss
Helen Trevor, Miss Harriet Pi
Betty Price. Miss Harriet Fraziet, Misa
Louise Morris, Miss Susanne Du Vivier,
Miss Isabel Rockefeller, Miss Gwen?
dolyn Coombe, Miss Mary Cameron,
Miss Funiro James, Miss Helena Ogden,
Mir-s Gertrude O ??,: a. M , . Al ce ? ? ?
son, Miss Muriel Vanderb l!. Miss Mary
Van Rensselaer Cogswell, Misa Mur,
Osgood F:?.-al, Miss Caroline Prentice,
Miss Currie Matthews, Miss Betty
Thompson, Mar Cynthia Bigelow, M ss
F.lizabeth Parish, Misa Evelyn I.vv,
Miss Katherino Hurd, Miss Eleanor
Towno, Miss Grace Tulbot, Miss Eliza
ln-th Mof?at, Mis? Virginia ?i?' Haven,
Miss Mary Langstreet, Mis* C
I.ivings'on, Miss ( hnrlotte H -m r '
Miss Ruth Thorn, Misa Virginia Fox
and M?hs Margaret Kahn.
Also William A. Clark Mr and Mrs.
Charles Potter Kling, Mr. and Mrs.
Rodney Williams, TownBend Martin,
John Keogh, Livingston Delafield 2d
Oliver Burr Jennings. George T.
Bn.kaw, Frank Miller Gould, l>- ' '? r
Jennings, Howard C. Davison, Bruce
Post, John Coggeahall. Percy R Pyne
2d, John 01 phant, A. Coster Schcrmer
horn, Quincy Cabot, De Coure;; L I ay.
lor, Alan Horrlman, Sanford Saltiis,
Maury Paul. Gould Jennings, V>. E. K.
Taylor Jr., Ashley Hewitt, Francklyn
La irence jr., Norman I. Walker jr..
. : Coombe, K >ger Tuckerman,
Gi nville Anderson, John Ja/ Schief
Laurence Van Ingen, W. Trum
bull J'i. '??? edith ?\ iod, Andri w
un Fox, Edwin W. Peaslee, Robert
? rawiord jr., John Kean, Douglass
i m ij uell, Henry Sedgwick, William A
V, .? liTman jr., Charlea Henry Coster,
ux Emmet jr. and Alfred Hyde
i. lark? .
Mrs. Jamea li. Ottley ?uve, s re
cei ion ; ? iierday afternoon i'. her
; i me, 29 West Fifty-tlidrd Street, to
ntruduoe her daugnter, Miss Murtha
Ottley It was fuiiowed by a dinner,
after .?.hioii the gtiesta wire tr.ken to
. " ; he Hall Ma :A i h? . : c.uded
Misa Mary ? ?good Field, Miss A?ie!aide
i-..;. Rhuieiander, Miss Marguerite
? ibleda Helen L. S. 1 revor,
Caroline t'r? ntic? .'? isa Betty
G. Trevor jr., Thomas Rhinelander,
.-. . Ayer, Re I inaon !.. leve.and,
.-?;? r and Warren Brewster.
Another d?butante ho made her
rma! : ow to society yesterday was
Misa Maj A":?' ir Monda, for whom her
M Be) ain il Wiatar Morris,
gave a receptio. at tne Colony ? lub.
: he r? .?? ption was folio ??;? ? by a din
,'7?..r. alter ?vlwch the gueats were taken
co Henry Mi.1er'? Theater, and latei to
? M : ri ? .-.??? i :; ; ? u party were
Marion Taylor, Miss Elizabeth
. son, Mias Frances ?Todd, Mias
Virgin:? Fox, John Cuniminge, Ludlow
I unman, Norman Walker, ?Daniel Drake
Smith, Francis Goodwin and Benja?
min W. Morris jr.
Mrs. John Alexander Chisholm gave
-?. reception yesterday afternoon to pre?
til her daugl ter, Misa Juliet Chis?
holm. Il took place at her home, 336
West Seventy-seventh Street, and ir
the receiving ??arty were Mrs. M. I.
Hart, a set? r of the d?butante, Mis.?
Harriet Frazier, Misa Alice Hart, Mis:
liclen Downea, Miss Marion Wood
man, Mias Marjorie Hugh???? and Mis:
Mrs. H. ?T. Hawarth Levett gave t
'anee last evening at her home, Ot?(
Park Avenue, to introduce her ?laugh
ter, Miss Vivyen Hawarth L. Levett.
A delightful d?butante danro wa
iven by Mr. ..?'.?! Mrs. Max D. Bril
nl their home, 40 Rivcr.si.ie Drive, Fri
day evening, for their daughter, Mis
Alice Brill. More than l?O of th
younger set were, present.
Give Supper Dance
For Building Fund
New York Chapter of Asso?
ciation Stages a Benefit
Entertainment at the Bilt
niore in Aid of College
A supper dance under the auspices
of trie. New York chapter, Alumna?
iti n of ri nitj Co lege, Wash?
ington, at the i 777-, ore Frt
lay for tl - 1 f tin ? liege build
- fund. officers of the a h notar
M . . . .a president;
M :-: - Ma t-garel ' S ?rmai . v ice-presi?
dent; Miss Loui . Keller, secretary,
and Miss Mar/ McKenna, treasurer.
Among those who ^cted as patrons
and patronesses were Governor and
Mrs. Alfred Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Mur?
ray Hulburt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Sin?
clair, Mrs. Joseph Slevin. Mrs. Thomas
F. Shanley, Mrs. Thorn;? s Downing
Miss A.nne M Hoey, Mrs Daniel Hen?
nessey, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Loft,
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Gallagher, Mr. and
Mr:.. Joseph Keller, Mr. and Mrs. John
J. Keller, Dr. and Mrs. Mathias
Figuera, Dr. and Mrs. Louis Dussel
1 >rf, Mr. and Mrs. De Pasquale, Mr.
id Mrs Augustus Hardhart. Mr. .1.3.!
1 .-. . . Keily, Mr. and M. -.
? I. E. Serrar,, Mr. and Mrs. George
?,'aphen, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elliott
Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Z. Nau?
mann, M :?. and Mis. Peter John Ma
loncy, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jacobs,
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Maurice, Mr.
an ' Mrs. liarth? lomew Greei ? ?' r ?1
M rs. Dan ml J., O'l ionohoe, Mr. : '3'!
.' rs. Wiilian C Ormond, 37 r. and
,1 rs J >s( oh A. Boill n, M r. and Mrs
.a:'! A : -raus n, Mr. and Mrs.
John Coinoy, Mr and Mrs. John De
zelles, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cunning?
ham iinri Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B.
Boxing Patronesses to Meet
Arrangements To i?c Made for
Bouts at ihr Commodore
.Mrs. Vincent Astor, Mrs. Henry Pot?
ter Russell, Mrs. J. Theus Munds, Mrs.
Winthrop Cowdin, Mrs. Herbert Ship
man an?! i-. n r f other prominent
women wl make up the list of pa?
tronesses for the Marshall Stillman
rig, to b? held in the aran J ball?
room of tho II tel C ?mm loi ? on the
r. gl t of Dccem ?er 14, will meet during
the week to perfect r"::-al arrangements
... ! disc iss the work at the Colony
i he idea of the Marshall Stillman
movement is to estai athletic clubs
in various parts ,.. New York, where
the young men who form themselves
into corner ganga and gather in dis
Teputable pieces can meet er.ch eve?
ning and in ;- e 7; boxing and other
'ports. On 7 night of 1'ecember 14
New York soc ??* ;? will get behind the
movement in the Commodore, when
genuine bos 1 will be staged.
The audience be made up of so?
ciety women, fii - md capitalists.
Mis--' Olinstraiid Engaged
Betrothed to V? illianrF, Thayer,
of Port Washington
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Ohnstrand, for
? ?n?rly of Flushing, L. !.. announced on
; rhanksgiving Day at their home in
Mohawk, X. Y., the engagement of
their daughter, Aliene, to William
, Frederick Thayer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George A. Thayi r, of Port Washigton,
Mr. Thayer served with the 5th Reg?
iment. U. S. M. C. In Ffance and was
?vtth tho army of occupation In Ger?
many, returning with the composite
Listed in Aid of Charity
One of the Largest Affairs of Week Will Be Annual
Bazaar for Benefit of Little Mothers' Aid Asso
ciation at Which All Kinds of Articles Will Be Sold
Rummage sales, card parties, musicals and theatrical entertainments
for charity will be numerous this week. One of ti e large it affairs will
be the annual bazaar for the benefit of the Little Mothers' Aid Associa?
tion, Mrs. Clarence Burns president, which will be held Saturday in the
ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria. There will be all kinds of useful and
fancy articles on sale at booths presided over by prominent women. In
the center of the room will be the O.d Woman in a Shoe, where dolls of
even' size and variety may be had. Ibis will be presided over by Mrs.
J. Stuart ?Smith, who is seventy-nine years old and who has been in
charge of the dolls at the fair for many years. The Drama Comedy Club
will have charge of a room set apart for the entertainment of children
while their mothers, and elders do their shopping. Here "The Follies of
1920," under the direction of Miss Edyth Totten, will be given.
der tue auspicea 07' the American Le?
gion, Harlem Post, 139, in charge of
Mrs. John Jay Cowdre.?, and Mi K.
in " -.'
Mrs. . nnel . ? e chair
mai ? : I he recept ion. Mi 1. ?'?
Callat ?? Weed, honorary a?-?,:.^
:<.:;?:-, assis ? I Mrs Geoi ,;?? E. Von
Chorus, will havi ? ge of the china
set, and special tie -.v.. be looked tfter
by Mrs, J, hn Batj? r, Mrs. ( ha? les K.
Mills, Mrs. Olive Stott ' iabi A ?,. d
Mrs. W. H. v. ilkin; on. ? 11 h? r chair?
men in charge are: Auxiliary No. 1 ?
Mrs. Bond-Si H< nry B.
and Mi ?. < hai 1? ? E. Graham; Auxil .. y
No. TA Mi ? A A- . ,?. ' . ..
II. J. Carpent? jr.; tilth mo1
tb'e, ::. F. K Idle, Mrs. 1 lai
I le, Mrs. All ert Hi pp and M rs.
1.;. on ; ?1 jwer bo? 1, Mrs. Albert
Sm 11; candy booth, Mr?. Char
Ab ott and Mrs. Matthew L. Carr; fads
and fancies, Mrs. John H. Judge and
Mrs. Alfred Broi icau; wh< el
tune, Mrs. Noah Anchu; gift shop, Mrs.
Duncan Macpherson; good luck table,
Mrs. Gordon K. .Smith and Mrs. Charlea
E. Wilcox; er-terxjr:.-7(? booth, Mias Eidie.
McCaul, M:ss Madeleine McCaul, Mrs.
0. S. Carr and Misa Dorothy Dean;
worth while table, Mrs. J. R, Silliman
and Dr. Lombard-Miller; gifts for ai!
table, Mrs. John K. Green, chairman;
club woman's table, Mrs Emma Kip
Ed'.vards and Mrs. George E. Ashwell;
cake table, Mrs. William A. Deering
and Mrs. il. M. McDowell; studi ? b tl
Miss E. H. Andrews, Mis-? Edna Sterner,]
Miss Encell Atchison and Mrs. J H.
er; tea room, M rs. Alfred H
Milander; theater ticket and novelty
booth. Miss Ruby Rees; palmistry. Mrs.
Camille Blrnbohm; b x committee.]
Mrs. Alfred W. Kiddle and Mrs, W H.
Oakley; program committee, Mrs
Emilie Van Beil aid ?>i 7.- s Bertha
A rran sent ont s Completed
For Neighborhood Bal!
Arrang-emerts for the ball to be
at the Ritz-Carlton, December 9, :"??r
the benel t of the Neighborhood H ? is
have been completed. On the c
tee in ch ? rge are Mr?. Sai
Wall ir, chairman; Mr?. Charlea D
jr.. Mi ? Helen Lee, Miss Alouise B< k? :
and Miss Juliet Bartlett, from
- icket - at $5 ??a??;: may be obtaii ;
Mrs. H? nry M. Post and Miss
Hurd are joint chairmen of the dance
commit te -,
Among the patronesses are Mrs. Hugh
D. Auchincloss, Mrs. James L. Banks
jr., Mrs. Philip G. Bartlett, Mrs. Walter
P. Bl sa, M rs. James Bj rne, Mrs. Court
landt Dixon Barnes, Mrs, John Henry
Hammond, Mrs, J. Amory Haskell, Mrs.
Joseph Walker 3d ar.d Mrs. Vand 1
The Woman's Auxiliary of the French
Hospital will ??ive a supper dance at
the Hotel Pla?a, December 7, under the
patronage of Gaston Liehert. c :
general of France in New York; L'.:cien
Jouvaud, president of the French Hos?
pital; Mrs. Jos? M. Ferrer, Miss Sarah
E. Fox. Mr Casimir Stralem, Mrs.
George Blumenthal, Mrs. Pierre Cartier,
Mrs. S?;;. M. Mill ken, Mrs. Otto i!.
Kahn, Mrs. Leon ?Id Frederick, Lady
Duveen and Mrs. Harry N, A.ieu.
A rummage sale for the benefit of the
Sharon Alumnae Association of the
Sisters of the Holy Child will be held
at 48 University I1.ace Friday and Sat?
The object of the sale is to collect a
fund for the ?Sisters to enable tr-.eii? to
expand their educational work an?!
establish a new school on the main
line of the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Scores of New York women who are
prominent socially are graduates of the
convent school at Sharon Hill and- are
helping with this affair
Among the patronesses are Mrs. W.
D. De Pe. ster, Mrs. Vincent H. Lo
March, Mrs. L. F. Lore?, M?bs Louise
, Loree, Mrs. Arthur Anderson, Mrs.
???'nry Wigglesworth, Mrs. ?lohn Sham
baugh, Mrs. C? Tyso'n, Miss
.,, Mi s Vi? ruca Doyle,
M . - Eleanor
Roberts an 1 Mrs. Alonz > Semple.
A rummage sal? fi i. benefit of
St. Agnes Da Nursi rj will be held on
enth Street. Contributions will be
., ng Mm. George
r ' - Avenue.
Among hi mai igers. ii tere ?ted an
. .'?' : s. John < laffin, Mr?.
.'.'. P. King ? rwind.
Greenw7ch House, a ne.ghborhood
settlement, ? ts am ual benefit
?iance at Hotel Pennsylvania
? i] y even ng. Among the pa?
ir nesses an Mi . George oordon Rat
tie Mrs. Henry P Davlaon, Mrs. Oliver
Harriman, 3.j r?. Herben Parsons,
? bar?es Hughes, Mrs. \\ : .ara Straight
and Mrs. Harry Payne Wtitnev.
Donations Sought for
Benefit Rummage Sale
"If *??.'?? ng to ir.ro a- to
' "?? :. . i ? ! send it to us and
?'?e will |i to be use?!
? vows and oua
... - a. .
Ibis is - . ; by the
New York Worn le for Ani?
mals, in an ap .. .-. butions for
? ' 15 is to be .'.eld
'?- ' la . . , ensary
tor An ais, at Street,
Dc-cem . . . under
! he d . " a ? : ':?. : Lewis ?, uver
eur Morris, tl lent o:
agu? , and Miss Fiun .a _ -.
' the memoers and olhcers o:
. ? le are: President, Mrs. Jamet
Speyer; vice-presidents, Mrs. Fredrici
rbilt, Mrs. M. Orrne Wilson, Mrs
?? iverneur Morris; treasurer
H ?it; as Istant treasurer, Mrs
? . j Prince; secretary, Mar;
.1, Robert G. Mead"
and members of the ?x
. Mrs. E. T. Simon
Edith Matilda Ames, Mrs
... ' ha? les H
oart I a liam I
. . Aitkin, Mn
?'-.. ? r. i '.;;:?
Grant, rs. J. J na, Miss Vii
Pope, Mrs.? Wa as, Mr
St( ward? Mr
Harry Hart \ (hier aa
?- Mai r MacNeill.
Society's part. . n the annu
collection oj the ?ted Hospital Fun
which is raising a fund o? $1,500,01
to pr.? .a le fi '? tre it ment at fifi
sev< -. ; rivate ? - ? striking
*..;.<?.- I of the tea
i tin Junior League
well r a Miss Ger:
.! ....:i M. de Fore;
aret Kahn, Miss Emily Hai
. lond, M Pell, Miss Ali
I >av. ? ?? Hard ng, Mi
Laura Harding, Miss Annie B. Auch i
?loss, Miss Helen Lee, Mis Hope Li
-?- :-.. M iss Sop! ie '. ier, "' - Dorot
Duncan, Miss Muriel Vanderbilt, M
".urks Yui'le, Mrs. Dan:??! Tenr.ey, M
Joseph Ewing, Miss Katherine Shar
Miss Eleanor Landon, Miss Doroi
James. Mi*s Hester Emmet, Miss Ri
Vnderton, Mrs Henry Hemmen?, M
Charles Pyle and Mrs. S. A. Lytnde
The Spence School h?M organised
committee heat', i
C. Hall. At the Juni -r League the <
lection Is being taken by Mrs. Hu