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SI \ DAY, APRIL 10, 1921
PART IV EIGHT PAGES
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Europe Is Becoming Lure
To Mam of Social World
Bookings Show More Members of Fashionable Set
Will Pass Summer Abroad Than at Any Time
Since Pre-War Days ; Several Already Have Sailed
More mem! >rs of society will pass the coming summer abroad than
at any time since pre-war days. Every outgoing steamship has many
well known members of the fashionable world aboard, and others are
booked to sail within the next, few weeks. The international polo games.
to be playe? in England next. June, are taking many overseas and some
them will remain in Europe until the fall.
Brigadier General and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt and their daughter,
Miss.Grace Vanderbilt, went abroad a fortnight ago and will remain on
the other side until the autumn. The Count and Countess Szechenyi
sailed last month, as di?l Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt. Mrs. George W.
Vanderbilt and her daughter, Mtss'Cornelia Vanderbilt, who are at present
in Washington, will depart for England next month, and another member
of the Vanderbilt family, Mrs. Hamilton McK. Twombly. and her daughter,
Hiss Ruth Vanderbilt, will go abroad in July and will not open their villa
in Newport this summer. Mrs. Vanderbilt's sister, Mrs. Henry White,
and Mr. white sail 033 Tuesday
3.d Mrs. J. Watson Webb sailed
Thursday on board the Mauretania for
the polo games. Mr. Webb probably will
p?ay on the American team. Another
membt-r of the team. Louis E. Stoddard,
and Mrs. Stoddard palled Tuesday.
Others who expect to go abroad in
'the near future are Mr. and Mrs. Vin?
cent Astor, Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt
H and her daughters; Reginald C.
Vanderbilt, who sails on May 14 to act
a? a judge of hackneys at the Olympia
Horse Show; Mr. and Mrs. William
Payne Thompson, who arrived from r.ne
South a few days ago and are at the
Ritz-Cariton, will go abroad this
month; Mrs. Richard W. Corbin and
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Beveriey Corbin, will
start for Europe by La Lorraine April
30, and Mr. and Mrs. William Goadby
Loew and their daughters, who re?
turned from the South last week, will
go abroad this month.
Maurice Roche sailed on the Maure?
tana Thursday. He will join his
brother. Francis Roche, and his sifter,
>jrs: Arthur Scott Burden, in England,
ineir mother, Mrs. Burke Roche, will
sa^ April 20 and join them abroad.
^ Mrs. John Innes Kane sailed yes?
terday, to remain until July, when she
W?H go to Bar Harbor. Miss Anne Mor
?an goes abroad on Thursday.
Several Important Weddings
On Program This Week
Several weddings of importance will
J* take place a?, the . itv this week.
??s Elise H. Hughes, daughter by a
?ormer marriage of Mrs. Grenville
rar-cer, will become the bride Tuesday
? Hampton S. Lynch at the home of
?. and Mrs. Parker, 13? East Thirty
. "'nth Street. She will have two
widesmaid.;? her sister, Miss Marjorie
Hughes, and Miss Elsie Parsons, whose
??Sagement to Moreuead ' Patterson
*w announced a week ago. There will
<* a flower girl, Alice Doubleday.
oaughter of George Doubledav and
?ousin of the ??rider-room.
?impson Lynch will serve as his
"??other?; best man. and ;he ushers will
* Russell and John H. Lynch jr., also
?others; Colles J. Coe. Albert H. Ely
?n 3P1N'n'risil Thome, Henry B. Stim
?n' ??Omas Ewimr jr., George S. Tre?
vor ?Ranald H. Macdonald jr. and Rich?
ard V\. Rob
,. "'- the same day, m St. Thomas's
h. Miss Louise Homer, daughter
, *r. and Mrs. Sydney Homer, wil'
?^m.,!r; ,j to Ernest Van Kensselaer
S**e?- ?Idest sop. of the Rev. Dr. and
;,' ,<-ni??<t M. Stires. The ceremony
smin pe,"l0!'ITle(i by Dr. Stires and a
reception will follow at the home
Wtl' cmi Mr?- Il?m<'r. 8 East Eijrhtv
bur hiStre,'t Mrs- J;im,'s Paul War
??rfi.?ra city and <'a.r?br?dge. Mass..
'?i oe Miss Homer's matron of honor.
An? ? othor ?Rendants will be Miss
L,V,''r!" an<1 M>M Katherine Homer.
. ?r" ^isters; Miss N'ancv Walker
SL ??, ?or?thy Walker. The flower
and ?1 H Hester Makepeace Homer
brid, ' y Homer* siste" of the
itt'f'^ Stires will serve as his
rower's best man, and the ushers will
BurnnT Tne K- Mac* ^ of thi9 cit^
*J?>nam Lewis, of Philadelphia; John
yalo-eSV'r and ???y McK. Erb, of
Mut ' .JtU.hn P,^rinS, of Salem,
C .?nd4.He?Yy L- P. Kreier, of Bos
? th?' k.-i ? *hom were classmates of
4 ',e? at Harvard, class '20,
ton 5 ll'iam H-^'ilton ir- ?f Wilming
St /??derbilt jr., Arthur McK.
Svd? Srothw of the bridegroom, and
bri," V Homer Jr- a brother of the
?0?MkJpr (-'rjsw??. daughter of Mr.
*"? ^??r 0. Criswell, will be mar-1
ried May 7 to Frank How-ell Tyson, of
Middletown, Del., in St. Ann's Church,
Brooklyn Heights. The ceremony will
be performed by the rector, the Rev.
Dr. G. Ashton Oldham, and a small
reception will follow at the Hotel Bos?
sen. Miss Criswell will have her
cousin, Miss Elizabeth Skinner, of
Chambersburg, Pa., for her maid of
honor. Mr. Tydon is the son of Frank
Tyson, of Canton, Ohio.
Miss Miriam S. Ward to
Become a Bride Tuesday
The marriage of Miss Miriam Shir
well Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Freeman Ward, of White Plains,
to Waiter Henry Bamford jr., takes
place, also on Tuesday, in the Church
of the Heavenly Rest. The ceremony
Will be performed at 4 o'clock and a
reception will follow at the Hotel
Gotham. Miss Ward, who is a grand?
daughter ,of George Gray Ward, of 51
West Fifty-third Street, will have Miss
Ella Sewell Slingluff, of this city, for
her maid of honor, and Miss Dorothy
McSherry Slingluff, also of New York,"
and Miss Margaret Thayer, of Port
Washington, for her bridesmaids.
Mr. Bamford. who is a son of the
Rev. and Mrs. Walter Henry Bamford,
of Manchester, Vt., will have Robert
H. Hahlo for his best man and Hamil?
ton Campbell, William Lienan, Francis
Lakens and William Northrop for his
Miss Erfna Louise Albertsen, daugh?
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frederick
Albertsen, will be married to William
Duvall Dickey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles H. Dickey, on Saturday in the
chantry of St. Thomas's Church. She
will have her sister, Mrs. John V. Lyon,
for her matron of honor and Miss Alice
Dickey, sister of the bridegroom, will
be the maid of honor. Wilson Stearly,
son of Bishop Stearly, of N'ew Jersey,
will be the best man. There will be
four ushers, Walter F. Albertsen jr.,
brother of the bride; John V. Lyon,
her brother-in-law; Clarence Stanley
and Gamble Latrobe. The ceremony
will be performed at 6:30 o'clock by
Bishop Stearly, assir.ted by the Rev. Dr.
Ernest M. Stires. It will be followed
by a small dinner at the Hotel Nether?
lands, where Mr. and Mrs. Albertsen
make their home.
The bride's father is vice-president
of the Mechanics' and Metals National
Bank of this city. Mr. Dickey, who is
a graduate of Yale, class '1'.), served
during the war as a lieutenant in the
air service. After their wedding trip
he and his bride will make their home
Dinner for Ambassador
More Than 350 lo Attend Af?
fair in Honor of Ricei
More than 350 table reservations
have been made for the banquet to be
given the Italian Ambassador, Senator
Vittorio Rolandi Ricci, by the Italy
America Society at the Ritz-Cantori,
Thursday. Among those interested are
Mrs. Robert Bacon, Mr. and Mrs.
George F. Baker, jr.. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Stewart Barney, Mr. and Mrs. Paul D.
Cravath, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gould, Mr.
and Mrs. William D. Guthrie, Mrs. E.
H. Harriman, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas \V.
Lamont, Mrs. de Acosta Lydig, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles A. Marshall, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernon S. Prentice, Mrs. Douglas Rob?
inson. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Satter?
lee, Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Stettinius,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Taft, Mrs. Van?
derbilt and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers
Further reservations are available
at the society's headquarters, 23 West
Forty-third Street, to all friends of
, Italy and the society,
m. # ' ?
Costume Ball to
Swell Famine Fund
Special Dinner Will Be
Served at Benefit Affair j
To Be Given at Ritz-Carl- j
ton Hotel Saturday Night ?
One of the most brilliant affairs of
the week will be the Chinese Costume
Ball in aid of the famine fund, to bo
held on Saturday night at the Ritz
Carlton. Thomas W. Lamont is chair?
man of the China Famine Fund and
Mrs. Richard T. Wilson is chairman o 4
the committee on arrangements for tne
bail. She is assisted by Mrs. James
Lowell Putnam, Mrs. Edward N.
Breitung, Mrs. Oliver Harriman, Mrs.
Harry H. Duryea, Mrs. Lyttleton Fox,
Mrs. Joseph Howland Hunt and Mrs,
Irma Hopper. This committee is co
' operatiug with the New York City Com
i mittee for the China Famine Fund, of I
? which Joseph Howland Hunt is chair
Both the ballroom and the crystal
room at the Ritz will be used, and a
special dinner will be served. The Chi?
nese Minister, Alfred S. Sze, will be the
guest of honor, and will be entertained
at dinner before the dance.
The marshals for the dance will be
Captain Theodore Crane, Major Luke
Doyle, A. Leo Everett. Lyttleton Fox.
Oliver Harriman. Joseph Howland
Hunt, Robert Tittle McKee, Joseph :
Larocque, Stowe Phelps, Harrison Gar
1 field Rhodes. Alexander S. Webb and
: Richard T. Wilson.
A ten will be given by the commit- ,
| tee on Thursday at the Ritz-Carlton.
The patronesses include Mrs. Jorge
I Andr?, Mrs. Donn Barber, Mrs. Alfred
j N. Beadleston, Mrs. Gordon Knox Bell,
?Mrs. Edson Bradley, Mrs. John E. Cow
din; Mrs. Dudley Davis, Mrs. Norman ?
! E. Ditman, Mrs. Stuart Duncan, Mrs. ?
| Harry H. Duryea, Mrs. Newbold Le Roy !
i Edgar, Mrs. A. Leo Everett, Mrs. Lyttle- I
! ton Fox, Mrs. Joseph Grace, Miss Mabel I
?Gerry, Mrs. J ?mes B. Haggin, Mrs.'
Oliver Harrimp.;, Mrs. G. Maurice!
Heckr.cher, Mrs. Herbert Hoover, Mrs. !
! Charles Hopper, Mrs. Francis L. V. '
I Hoppin, Mrs. Edward F. Hutton, Mrs. j
?Augustus F. Kountze, Mrs. Thomas W.
? Lamont, Mrs. James Parrish Lee, Mrs.
Hunter S. Marston, Mrs. Jeremiah Mil
bank, Mrs. Charles E. Mitchell, Mrs.
? Andrews Moreland, Mrs. Newbold Mor
l ris, Mrs. Cond? Nast, Mrs. Frederic
Neilson, Mrs. Minturn Pinchot, Mrs.1
'William Chapman Potter, Mrs. John T. I
: Pr?rtt, Mrs. Bernon S. Prentice, Mrs. T. J
41. Oakley Rhinelander, Mrs. John D.
: Rockefeller jr., Mrs. William G. Rocke
? feller, Mrs. Charles H. Sabin, Mrs. John
; Sanford, Mrs. James Russell Soley, Mrs.
i Joseph Earle Stevens, Mrs. George H.
j Storm, Mrs. Therori R. Strong, Mrs.
Henry W. Taft. Mrs. Joseph B. Thomas,
I Mrs. Belmont Tiffany, Mrs. George W.
i Vanderbilt and Mrs. Charles A. Van
I Among those taking tables for the
| bridge party to be held at the Hotel
Plaza on Tuesday for the benefit of
J the Free Industrial School for Crippled
Children, 471 West Fifty-seventh Street,
, and the Lulu Thorley Home for Crip?
pled and Delicate Children, Claverack,
N, Y., of which Walter Scott is presi?
dent, are Mr. Scott, Mrs. Nicholas M.
Pond, chairman; Mrs. Leonard Ames. S.
: B. MacAdam, Mrs. B. P. Sherwood, Mrs.
! Adolphus Renan, Mrs. T. F. Garrish,
j Mrs. John Williams, Mrs. F. L. CJiip
?man, Mrs. Christine B. M. Hawley, Mrs.
j Mozart M. Lesser, Mrs. William Maclay,
Mrs. R. G. Collins, Mrs. G. W. Jarman,
j Mrs. Frank K. Taylor, Miss A. D. Camp
; bell and Miss Fessenden. Members and
; friends of the society are taking great
? interest in the memorial trees which
are to be planted at the home in Clav
J erack. Five dollars pays for one tree,
?and it will bear a name plate with the
i name of the person in whose memory it
j was given. About thirty trees are
?needed. One of these will be in. mem
iory of Mrs. Lillian Gilbert Fish, founder
: of the society.
A rummage sale tor the benefit of
. the building fund of the Sisters of the
j Holy Child will be conducted by the
? Sharon Alumnaj Association Thursday
and Friday, at 122 East Fifty-ninth
Among the patronesses are Mrs. Lo
! rcnzo Semple, Mrs. L. F, Loree, Miss
'. Louise Loree, Mrs. Henry Wiggles
? worth, Mrs. W. D. DfsPeystcr, Miss
i Monica Doyle, Mrs. Henfy James, Mrs.
i Robert Louis Hoguet, Mrs. Arthur An?
I derson and Mrs. C. J. Tyson.
?jrrvesii. ?T ? ^6-fr*
ISS WANDERN MATHEWS is chairman of the dance com?
mittee of the Father Knickerbocker ball, to' be held at the
Hotel Ambassador on April 19. She is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Roscie Mathews.
Miss I'cabody and Miss Cogswell also are members of the dance
committee for the Knickerbocker ball. Miss Peabody is a daughter
of Mrs. Archibald Russell Peabody and Miss Cogswell is a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Callen Van Rensselaer Cogswell.
Mrs. Wilson is chairman of the ball committee in charge of the
Chinese costume ball, to be given at the Ritz-Carlton on Saturday
night for the benefit of the China famine Fund.
Miss Tiffany will be married to Martin Brown Saportas on June
1. Her engagement was announced two week;; ago. She is a daughter
of Mrs. Henry Fletcher Godfrey.
Interest Fashionable Folk
Engagements still continue to at-1
tract considerable attention in th*t so-1
cial world and several have been in?
formally announced in the last few
Announcement was made recently of
the engagement of Miss Helen Marga?
ret Parker, granddaughter of Lyman
Tiffany, of Washington, to Arthur
Russell Jones, of this city. Miss Par?
ker is the daughter of the late Thomas
Donaldson Parker, of Virginia, who
married Miss Charlotte Fox Tiffany,
and granddaughter of the late Com?
modore Foxhall Parker, U. S. N. Miss
Parker made her d?but in Washington
a few years ago and has passed much
of her time in Europe. She served in
France with the American Red Cross
during the war.
Mr. Jones is the second son of ,Mr.
and Mrs. W. Strother Jones, of Vau
cluse, Red Bank, N. J., and is assistant
vice-president of the Guaranty Tru?r
Company of New York. During the
war he served overseas as pilot in the
Air Service, A. E. F., achieving the
rank of captain. Mr. Jones is a grad?
uate of St. Paul's School of Harvard
University, and is a member of the
Knickerbocker, Harvard, Racquet and
Tennis, Piping Rock, Tuxedo, National
Golf Links, Rurason Country and the
The marriage will take place in New
York in June.
From Boston comes the announce?
ment of the engagement of Miss Rcsan
! na Fiske. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
i Charles H. ' Fiske, of 382 Common
! wealth Avenue, to Lloyd Bowen S?n
! derson jr., a son of Mr. and Mrs.
i Lloyd B. Sanderson, of this city and
! Sea Bright, N. J. Miss Fiske was intro
i duced to society three years ago and
| is a member of the Vincent Club and
| the Sewing Circle of Boston. Mr. San?
derson was graduated from Harvard in
? 1920 and served during the war with
I the 18th Division at Camp Lee, Va. He
I is associated with his father and uncle,
[ Oswald Sanderson, o? Hessle Mount,
Hessle, England, who is at. the head
of the Wilson Steamship Line. Mr.
Sanderson's cousin, E. Lloyd Sander?
son, married Miss Dorothy Legg How?
ard, daughter of Mrs. Legg Howard,
The engagement is announced of
Mrs. Lillian Patricia MacLeod Johnson,
of Justamere Farm, Babylon, L. L, to
Jonathan Thompson, of this city. Mrs.
Johnson is the widow of Henry Hale
Johnson and a daughter of the late i
James R. MacLeod, of Brookline, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. William Burnet Og
den, 3(5.'! Pelham Roan, New Rochelle,
gave a dance at their home last even?
ing, and formaliy announced the en?
gagement of their oldest daughter,
Miss Dorothy St. Clair Ogden, to Leon
ard William Proctor, son of William
Miss Ogden is a graduate of Rye
Seminary and prominent socially in
New Rochelle and New York. During
the war she served as an active mem- .
ber of the American Red Cross Motor
Corps and National League for
Women's Service. Mr. Proctor saw ac?
tive service as first lieutenant in the
United States Army and is a graduate
of New York University. It is a
war romance, as Miss Ogden met Lieu?
tenant Proctor while acting as desk
lieutenant for the War Camp Com?
munity Service at the Pershing Club
for Offi'^ers. The wedding will take
place in the early winter.
Among those who attended the dance
were Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Hanselman,*
Miss Dorothy Kenneuy, Miss Ella Ed?
wards, Baroness Ida-Gro Dahlerup, Mr.
| and Mrs. Harold Hodgson, Proctor
i Chalmers, Harold Robinson, Walter
'. Mack, Donald Mersereau, Alexander
! Main. Dudley Herbert, Je?n Banta,
< Harold Lovejoy, John B'ucknam, Jack
; Murphy, Donald Rose, Miss Claire Og?
den, Miss Eleanor Buckhout, Miss
j Helen Wallace, Miss Birdie Krupp,
Miss Marjory Ryan, Mr, and Mra. B. F.
Miller and William W. Proctor.
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J?T a-, -a.6 .s-r.
Opera Stars to Sing
At Mass Meeting in
Aid of Service Club
General Summerall, Admiral
lines and Bishop - Erect
Manning To Be Among
Speakers at Town Hall
A mass meeting will be held at the !
Town Hall to-day for the benefit of;
the Service Club which the 'New York '
Community Service maintains at 230 ?
West Forty-sixth Street. Miss May j
Patterson, of the Metropolitan Opera
Company, and David Bispham will sing,:
and there will be several speakers of j
note, including Mrs. Francis Rogers,!
chairman fo the Service Club: General
Summerall, commandant at Camp Dix; 1
Admiral Hues, of the 3d Naval Dis?
trict, and Bishop-elect the Rev. Dr.
William T. Manning. A number of;
lunior League girls will act as ushers,
among them being Miss E. Eleanor
King, Miss Elizabeth Gunn, Miss Polly;
Dainrosch, Miss Margaret Tucker and j
Miss Cornelia and Miss Sarah Sage.
A Russian bazaar will be held under
the auspices of the American Central
Committee for Russian Relief in the
rose room of the Hotel Plaza, on April ;
2S and 29, from 2 to 7 p. m. The pro?
ceeds will be used to relieve the suf
ferings of the Russian refugees.
Among the women interested are the ;
Princess Carftacuzene-Speranskey, Mrs. !
T. j. Oaklev Rhinelander, Mrs. Wil-1
Mam W. Rockhill. Mrs. Charles H.
Boynton, Mrs. John Dyneley Prince,
Mrs. Frederic R. Coudert. Mrs. N. ?
l'hayer Robb, Mrs. Edward N. Breitung.
and Mrs. J. Norman de R. Whitehouse. '?
Through the courtesy of Mrs. Arthur I
Curtiss James an exhibition an?l sale of i
woven rugs, knitting bags and garden i
baskets made by the occupants of the !
home department of the Lincoln Hos- '
pital and Home will be held at her res- [
idence, 39 East Sixty-ninth Street, April i
21, from 3 to 6 o'clock.
Mrs. George A. Legg is chairman of j
the committee on industrial work, and j
associated with her are Mrs. Andrew J. ?
Miller, Mrs. Armitage Whitman, Mrs. j
Alfred Van S. Olcott and Miss Henri- ]
etta C. Van Buren.
The officers of the home are Mrs. i
Henry L. Stimson, president; Mrs. Ar- i
thur Curtiss James, vice-president;
Mrs. David H. McAlpin Pyle, treasurer; ;
Mrs. Samuel A. Lynde, corresponding '
secretary, and Mrs. William Bateman
Leeds, recording secretary.
The annual spring sale of the needle?
work shop of the Y. W. C. A. will be .
held Wednesday at the Hotel Plaza.
Mrs. William H. Harris is the chair
mar., ?end associated with her are Mrs.
F F. Hodgman, Mrs. George C. Corn
stock, Mrs. William A. -MeFadden, Mrs.
William J. Rogers and4VIrs. Eugene C. ?
The Arden Gallery, 599 Fifth Avenue,
announces an exhibition illustrating
"The New World's Debt to the Old
World's Needlework," to open Wednes?
day and continue until April 28. This,
exhibition will be held under the
auspices of the Guild of the Needle and
Bobbin Crafts and the Needle and Bob?
bin Club. Miss Gertrude Whiting is ,
chairman of both organizations. Other
members who will take an active part
in the exhibition are Mrs. Howard
Mansfield. Mrs. L. Emmett Holt. Miss'1
Cora McDowell. Mrs. John W. Alexan?
der. Mrs. De Witt Clinton Cohen, Mrs.
Lathrop Colgate, Mrs. Peter E. Far- ;
r.um, Mrs. William Henry Fox, Miss!
Marian Hague, Mrs. Riehard March
Hoe, Mrs. Elon Huntington Hooker,
Miss Amy M. Kohlsaat. Miss Rosalie
Manning," Miss Frances Morris, Mrs.;
Laurent Oppenheim, Mrs. Frederick Pe
tersan, Mrs. Frederic B. Pratt, Mrs.
Gineu C. Speranza, Dr. Edward F. San?
derson. Mrs. Willard D. Straight, Mrs. :
Cornelius J. Sullivan, Mrs. Robert
Coleman Taylor, Mrs. Alexander Tison
and Mrs. Carr Van. Aad?..
The Social Service Association of the
New York Skin and Cancer Hospital is
giving a dance at the Biltmore on
Thursday for the benefit of the hos?
pital. Mrs. John Fcrf is chairman of
the entertainment committee.
The annual entertainment of the j
Catholic Summer School of America j
will be held at the Waldorf-Astoria |
Fridav evening. The Glee Ciub of 1
the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick will [
appaer in a concert program. George i
J. Gillespie is chairman of the special ,
committee. The^ummer s.chool, which
Is located at Cliff Haven, on Lake ?
Champlain, is chartered by the Board i
of Regents of the State of New York.
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Miss Elizabeth B. Moffat
Is Bride of John C. White
Other Saturday Weddings Include Those of Miss
Katherine Williams Smith to Henry Gray Sehauf
fler and of Miss Muriel McGuire to Otto Oilman
Several weddings of particular interest to society folk took place
yesterday afternoon in the city and out of town. One of the most im?
portant was that of Miss Elizabeth Barclay Moffat, daughter of the late
li. Burnham Moffat and Mrs. Ellen Low Pierrepont Moffat, of 12 East
Sixty-sixth Street, to John Campbell White, son of Henry White, for?
merly Ambassador to France and a member of the American Peace Com?
mission, and the late Mrs. Margaret Stuyvesant Rutherfurd White. Henry
White married Mrs. William Douglas Sloane last November, and they
are sailing for Europe Tuesday to pass several weeks abroad. The wed?
ding yesterday, while small, was smart and was attended by some of the
most prominent members of society. The ceremony was performed by
the rector, the Rev. Dr. Frank W. Crowder, and Bishop Chauncey E.
Brewster of Connecticut,, who officiated at the marriage of the bride's
The church was attractively deco-**
rated in yellow and blue, blue hy?
drangeas and yellow spring flowers be?
ing arranged abput the chancel with a
background of palms and ferns.
The bride was given away by her
brother, Jay Pierrepont Moffat, sec?
retary of the American Legation at
Warsaw, who arrived from Europe last
week. She wore a gown of white ?
satin trimmed with old rose point lace ?
which was worn by her mother and
grandmother at their weddings. Her j
veil was of lace, and she carried white ',
orchids and lilies-of-the-valley.
Miss Francesca Moffat, a cousin of ;
the bride, was maid of honor. She I
was dressed in blue shot silk with a
hat to match and carried blue lark- ;
spur and yellow snapdragon. The |
bridesmaids were Miss Helen Campbell. '
Miss Eleanor King, Miss Juliette Bart
lett and Miss Eleanor Cromwell. They
were dressed in yellow shot silk with i
hats to correspond, and also carried !
blue larkspur and yellow snapdragon.,
There was a little flower girl, Ellen
Pierrepont Luquer, the bride's cousin.
Le Roy King served as Mr. White's
best man, and the ushers were all Har?
vard men?J. D. Cameron Bradley and
Alexander Gait Grant, of Boston; Fred?
eric Rhinelander King, Henry F. du
Pont, Francis R. Appleton jr. and Ab?
bot M. Moffat, brother of the bride.
The ceremony was followed by a
small reception at the home of Mrs.
Moffat. Mr. White is n,ow on detail
at the State Department in Washing?
ton. Formerly he was secretary of the
American Legation in Warsaw.
Miss Katherine W. Smith
Bride of H. G. Schauffler
Miss Katherine Williams Smith,
daiighter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred- Gil?
bert Smith, of Edgewood Drive, Green?
wich, Conn., was married to Henry
Gray Schauffler, of New Britain, Conn.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Schauf?
fler, of New York, and a nephew of
Robert Haven Schauffler, poet and es- ':
sayist, at Christ Episcopal Church at
Greenwich yesterday afternoon at 4
o'clock. The Rev. Dr. M. George
Thompson, the rector, officiated.
Mrs. Graham Manuel Brush, sister
of the binde, was matron of honor, and
the bridesmaids were Miss Elizabeth
Lanier and Miss Katherine Keen, of
Greenwich; Mrs. Nathan J. Gibbs. of
Boston, and Miss Charlotte Emily
Smith, a sister of the bride.' The
flower girl was Eugenia Norris, of
Utica. N. Y. Sanderson Schauffler, of
New Rochelle, was page.
Goodrich C. Schauffler, of New York,
was his brother's best man, and the
ushers were Graham Manuel Brush,
of Greenwich; Robert Hart Boiling,
of Philadelphia; Addison C. Burnham
jr., of Boston; Allen Schauffler, of New
York; Bennett Schauffler, of Boston;
Charles B. Schauffler, of New York;
Leslie Schauffler, of Chicago, and Leon?
ard Labaree, of New' Haven. A re?
ception followed at the home of the
Another wedding yesterday was that
of Miss Katherine T. Calvin, daugh?
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Calvin, to
Major Parker C. Kalloch, of West
Point, at the home of her parents, 341
Riverside Drive. The ceremony was
performed by Mgr. Edwin Sweeney ?n
tl.a presence of relatives and a few
intimate friends, Mrs. Matthew T.
Murray jr. was her sister's matron of
honor and only attendant. Major
Daniel C. Card was best man. Major
Kalloch and his bride will live at West
The marriage of Miss Muriel Mac?
Guire, daughter of Dr. Constantine J.
MacGuire and Mrs. MacGuire, to Otto
Culmaa took placa quietly yesterday
afternoon at the home of her parents.
120 East Sixtieth Street. The cere?
mony was performed by the Rev.
Father Moran, of the Dominican Order,
and a small reception followed. T
bride wore a gown of white chiffon
and satin I rid a lace veil, which is a
family heirloom. Her only attendants
were a little flower girl and page, Miss
Constance McKenna and her nephew,
Constantine Mittendorf. Car! Culman
served as his brother's best man.
Mr. and Mr.7. Culman on their re?
turn from their wedding trip will live
at the Hotel Embassy.
Miss Evelyn M. Alspaeh
Married to Harold Flack
Miss Evelyn M. Aispach, of Phila?
delphia, and Harold Flack, of Ithaca,
were married at 8 o'clock last nignt at
the Mount Hermen Reformed Church
in Philadelphia. The ceremony was
performed by Dr. Charles B. Aispach,
father of the bride and pastor of the
church. Charles Aispach gave his sis?
ter away. Miss Helen Aispach was her
sister's maid of honor, and the other
attendants were Mrs. Rensselaer P.
Dayton, Miss Martha Kinney. and Miss
Mary Smith, both of Philadelphia, and
Miss Helen Taber, of Buffalo.
Alonzo Flack was his brother's best
man. The ushers, all graduates
Cornell University, from which institu?
tion Mr. and Mrs. Flack were gradu?
ated, were Dona!?! P. Beardsley, Foster
M. Coffin, Alan II. Colcord and Stuart.
After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs.
Flack will make their home in Ithaca.
The marriage of Miss Heien Ogden
Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. How?
ard 0? Wood, of 8S1 St. Mark's Avenue,
Brooklyn, to Auguste Julien Cordier,
son oi Mrs. Auguste Julien Cordier, of
New York, will take place at her home
Miss Elsie Morgan, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Briggs Morgan, was
married Wednesday evening, at the
Hotel Plaza, to Dr. John Coe Vander
voort, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Vun
dervoort, of Paterscn. The Rev. Dr.
Edwin Ke;gw;n officiated. Mrs. Gilbert.
Morgan Weaver, of East Orange, was
matron of honor and Dr. Crarles Fra
zier Vandervoort was his brother's beat
Dr. and Mrs. George Dwigut Upson,
of Cleveland, announce the engagement
of their daught.-r, M:ss Henrietta Up
son. to Henry P. Warren jr.. of New
York. Miss Upson was gra?iuate?i from
Miss Spencer's School ni 1917. Mr.
Warren is a son of the late Dr. Henry
P. Warren and Mrs. W'irren, of Al?
bany; was graduated from Yale in
I'M:; and resides at the Vale Club.
Announcement has been made by
Mr and Mrs. Julius Bc-ilstein, of Louis?
ville, Ky.. of the engagement of their
daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Mead Br.rclay
, Block, to Captain Charlea F Nam
mack, Medical Reserve Corps., U. S. A.,
i son of Dr. Charles E. NumuaCK, o:
879 Park Avenue. Mrs. Block is a di?
rect descendant of John Quincy Adams
and a great-granddaughter of Benja?
min Harrison. Fv
During the war Captain Nammack
served overseas with Bas- and MobiL
Hospitals No. 1. receiving, three cite?
; nons from the American and French
| armies. He i? a graduate of Columbia
' class of 1909, and is connected with
; Bellevue Hospital and the Cornel'; Uni
! versity Medical College. No dttte ha?
been set for the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua D. Loizeaux. of
Hillside Avenue, Plain?eld, ?nnounee
the engagement of tneir daughter, Miss
t Margaret Loizeauji, to Dr. John Camp
. bell Howard, son of ?>r. and Mrs. Ciar
I ence C. Howard, of New York.