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SUNDAY, ,11/LY 17, 1021
Newport Society Comes Out
With Sen After Dull Days
Bail Weather Keeps Fashionable Set Indoors First
Part of Week at Rhode Island Resort, but Ca?
sino and Golf Club Liven Up With Elements
NEWPORT, July 16.?Newport experienced wet and disagreeable
weather the first three days of the week, and it slowed up the usual
activity considerably. But on Wednesday the sun came out brilliantly,
and with it?and in the same measure?society did, too. Held in check,
'? ?t were, a little too long- for comfort, the members of the summer
colony flocked early to the Casino for tennis, and during the morning the
many courts there were taxed to capacity. Then it was Bailey's Beach
fer a dip in the water and bai:k in the sun, and after luncheon the New?
port Country Club for golf.
There were a number of new arrivals seen among the large gatherings
n't the Casino on Wednesday. These included J. Gordon Douglas, who
r^t-nt several days visiting in the summer colony; Oliver Perin, who was
a guest of Clarence W. Doian; Leander McCormick Goodheart, of the
British Kmbassy staff, who vas a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Curtiss
James, Mrs. Henry Gray and Mrs. Henry Potter Russell, the latter a guest
o< Mrs. Vincent Astor. Mr. Astor was among the players.
i ircus Tomer, to Town.
Virl All Society Attend?
Tho^c ?ho gave dinners that evening ;
included Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. P. i
Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius ;
Tangcman. Mrs. Frederick Pearson
was a luncheon hostess, and Miss Lu-!
eille Edgar gave a tea. Mrs. Arnold;
Bague gave a tea on Monday, and Miss
Emily Burling Waite had a reception
st her ReUfViie Avenu" studio. Th'-iv ?
was a circus "in town" Monday, and a
representative gathering of the summe*'
colonists attended. Though it rained ;
in the morning, Mrs. W. Goadby Loew
and Craig Biddle. with Mr. Loew and:
Thomas Ridgeway. were among those
who braved the weither at th? Casino. !
They played in the light rain, but bad a
good doubles match, desnite the fact.
(Jiving much furtherance to the
promise of a lively round of entertain- |
ing here this summer were the arrivals
this week of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wal ?
ten Goelet and Dr. and Mrs. Alexander
Hamilton Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Goelet
[arrived on Wedn -aday, motoring from,
New York. They have just returned |
from Europe, where Mr. Goelet mar- |
ried his present wife last January. She !
Was? Miss Anne Guestier, member of a
prominent social family of France. Mr. j
?Goelet had not been here in several,
years, and his coming with his young
French bride will mean, it is expected,
considerable entertaining by them.
Hr. and Mrs. Rice Entertain
150 Harvard Graduates
Dr. and Mrs. Rice, who have been
traveling and exploring in Northern
Africa, arrived at their Bellevue ave?
nue estate, one of the most beautiful
in the city, on Friday and began en sr
taining the following day. Dr. Rice
gave a luncheon for 150 Harvard grad- j
uates, who had an outing here over the ?
*eek end, under the auspices of the |
Harvard clubs of New England. Mr. j
?nd Mrs. Arthur James also enter- {
tained the gathering. Dr. and Mrs.
Henry Barton Jacobs were to have
h?en among the hosts, but because of
ilness Dr. Jacobs w?> fcrccd to give up
th* plan;.
H?. end Mrs. Oliver Gould Jennings
**? expected to arrive to-day to occupy
rb*ir villa here for the remainder of
? o? aummer. They have been at their
country estate at Fairtield, Conn.
Mrs. T. Suffcin Toiler gave a do?
^ Hghtful children's party on Thursday
?"??temoon in hoi or of the birthday of
?er little daughter. Miss Betty Tailer.
A large and very representative gather
"?C of the children of the summer col?
ony attended aral bad a merry time
through the excellent program ar?
ranged by Mrs. T.iler.
Jut is understood that some interest
'JJIf golfing events for the remainder of
Jhe season are being arranged by T.
:'?. ?affern Taitcr for his now golf cours'?,
layout in the country. Last week-end
was a particularly busy, and happy one
for .\Tr. Tailer, for a party of golf ex?
perts from New York, headed by
Clharles McDonald, a former champion,
and including George Bourne, Ford
Johnson, F. L. Crocker, Conde Nast and
Bert Waiker, of the Links Club, New
York, passed enthusiastic approval cf
the course. Though it rained almost
all ?lay Sunday, the visiting players
hurried from Mr. Tailer's estate over
to the links late in the afternoon, when
there was a let-up in the disagreeable
weather, and went fever the course once
again, before leaving for New York
Sundfiy evening. They had playeJ
severa] rounds on Saturday, having|
come up from New York on Richard
Howe's yacht on Friday night.
Goiters Honor Guests
At Several Affair?
Before going to the links Saturday
the golfers were the luncheon guests
of Clarence W, Dolan, a prominent of?
ficial of the Newport Country Club, and
in the evening were the guests of Mr. j
Tailer at dinner. Other guests i
eluded Edward J. Berwind, president of
the Country Club, Norman deR. White
house, and J. F. A. Clark, also officials.
On Sunday Mr. Tailer gave a luncheon
at his Black Point Fishing Club for
his guests, vvho after, their play in
the afternoon, were entertained at
dinner by friends in the summer colony.
They returned to New York on Mr.
Howe's yacht late Sunday evening.
The Newport Yacht Racing Associa?
tion has planned to hold several re?
gattas for the fifty footers and other!
yachts of the New York Yacht Club, |
after the cruise to here on July 29.
The fleet of yachts will have squadron
races to Morris Cove, New London,
Block Island and Newport, and follow?
ing these the Astor and King's cup
races will be held ofT Newport.
Rev. Henry V. B. Darlington and
Mrs. Darlington, the latter formerly
Miss Dorothy Smith, of Llewelyn Park
and Palm Bench, will arrive on Monday
to visit the former's parents, Bishop
and Mrs. Darlington, at their summer
home here. Rev, and Mrs. Darlington
will sail for Fiance July 27, and are
to spend a wec*4c in Newport before
leaving for there. Captain Douglas E.
Dismukes, commandant of the Naval
Training Station, will give a dinner for |
them, followed by informal dancing at
the station on July 19, and Bishop and
Mrs. Darlington will entertain for them
on the 20th.
Miss Julia Ward Halt
la Formally Introduced
Miss Julia Ward Howe Hnll, daugh?
ter o? Captain Henry Marion Hall, of |
the "1st New York Regiment, and a|
(CwHnced on page thre?)
Social Activities in Berk
shires Mark Past Week j
Liveliest of Season; Many
Brilliant Affairs Planned!
_ !
Special Dispatch to The Tribune
LENOX, Mass., July 16.?With three j
garden parties, a fair, numerous lunch- ]
eons and dinners, this has been one of
the liveliest weeks of the summer, in
the Berkshires. The event of the com?
ing week will be a dance which Mrs.
Raymond T. Baker is to give next Sat?
urday night at Holmwood especially for
the younger set from all of the Berk?
shire colonies. Mrs. Baker is recog?
nized as one of the leading hostesses
of the hills and the ball is sure to be a
brilliant affair.
All the Stockbridge cottage colony
was interested in the fair which was |
held at the Town Hall this afternoon |
for the benefit of Ascension Farm '.
School. South Lee. Mrs. Phillips Blag- j
den was general chairman. Mrs. Nor- ;
man H. Davis and Mrs. Oscar lasigi j
presided over the tea table; Mrs. John I
H. C. Church and Miss Kate Cary had J
old clothes; Mrs. Loyal Allan Osborne, !
confectionery; Mrs. Henry Ivison Par?
sons, trimmed hats, while Mrs. New- [
man Kershaw Perry was assisted at j
the flower tables by Mrs. D. Percy i
Morgan. Mrs. Carl A. de Gersdorff, Miss j
Adele Kneeland, Miss Gertrude Par- j
sons, Miss Marie 0. Kobbe and Mrs. '
Perry's sister, Mrs. Charles Stuart Wil- |
son, of London.
New Officers Elected By
Eenox Library Association
The Lenox Library Association
elected these officers at the annual !
meeting en Tuesday: President, Gren- I
ville Linda!! Winhtrop; secretary, i
William B. Osgood P'iold; treasurer, j
Harris Fahnestock* board of managers, ;
the above with Herbert Parsons, New- j
bold Morris, Harry L Parsons, William
E. S. Griswold, Giraud Foster and
Frank K. Sturgis. The associate mana- j
gers are Mrs. Sturgis, Mrs. David Ly
dig, Miss Heloise Meyer, Miss Anna I
Blake Shaw. Miss' Georgianna W. Sar- !
gent. Miss Edith C. Fitch is librarian.!
Charles Lanier, who has been an of- j
ficer of Trinity Church for more than
fifty years, was reeleeted senior war- j
den on Monday. Henry White, who j
married Mrs. William D. Sloane last I
November, was chosen a vestryman, i
In a class of Stockbridge tennis play- !
ers who are preparing for the Septem
her tournaments by taking lessons each \
Thursday of an expert are Mrs. Edwin ?
T. Rice and her daughter, Miss Helen j
Rice, Berkshire champions in other j
years; Miss Martha Davis, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Davis, Miss
Ethel L. Haven, daughter of Mr. and '
Mrs. 7. Woodward Haven, and Miss
Louisa Osborne.
laurel Hill Association
rians Historical Pageant
Alexander Sedgwi'ck is chairman of !
a committee of the Laurel Hiss asso- !
ciation of Stockbridge which is to com?
bine with the community service in
giving a historical pageant on Laurel
Hill Day in September.
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey M. Depew are
to arrive at the Aspinwall Hotel July !
28 for their annual six-week's stay. '
Mrs. Phillips Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. V. .
Everit Macy, Mr. and Mrs. Lucien T. ;
Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Max- :
well are late arrives there.
Mrs. Lawrence Pope Bayne, of New
Vcrk, was the guest of Mrs. Thomas I
Denny at the Maplewood Hotel In j
Fitta?eld ?or the week, l
Lakes Draw Manv Visitors
Season's Activity Takes Early Start at Paul Smith's;
Dinner Dances at Grill Popular; Many
?Notables Join Resident Colony
Special Dispatch to The Tribune
PAUL SMITH'S, N. Y., July 16.?
With house parties formed for the
Fourth, still here, and campers daily
arriving at their attractive summer
homes on the St. Regis Chain of Lakes,
the season is rapidly attaining a de?
gree of activity not usual until the
first of August
Many dinner dances have been given
in Paul Smith's,grill in honor of vis?
iting friends, and the place continues
to be more than ever before the real
resort center of the Adirondacks, for
each day parties motor in from sur?
rounding resorts. One of the largest
of the parties in the grill was given
by Mr. and Mrs. J. Arter Fisher, of
Pittsburgh, who entertained for the
members of their house party at Camp
Forestmere, including Mr. and Mrs.
John Dann, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith,
Mr and Mrs. George Couch and Mr.
and Mrs. R. D. Altizer, of Charleston,
W. Va., and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Gal
laher, of Cleveland.
With Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Hut
ten, who recently arrived and are oc?
cupying their new camp on the Upper
St, Regis, are her uncle and aunt. Mr.
and Mrs. Carrol L. Post, or New York
and Battle Creek.
The Rev. R. H. Palmer and family, of
New York, are the guests of William
W. McAlpin at his Camp Wyndovcr, on
Spitfire Lake.
Dr. James B. demons and family, of
New York, have arrived for the season
at the Town send camp ?n the Upper
St.. Regis Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Astor and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huntington arc
expected up soon to spend a portion
of the season at the Huntington camp
on the Upper St. Regis Lak?j.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clayton an?! Miss
Barbara Clavton, of Havert'ord, Pa., are
at the Earle camp on Spitfire Lake
and at the Upper St. Regis Earle
CBmp are Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mather,
of Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garrett, of
Baltimore, are located for the season
in their camp on the Upper St. Regis
Many New Arrivals at
Osgcod Lake Camps
The Hotchkiss camp on Spitfire
Lake has been opened for the season
by Mrs. Carl Ely and child, recently
arrived from New Haven, Conn. The
Dickson camp on Spitfire Lake has
been opened for the season by Mrs.
Allan H. Dick*on and her daughter,
Mrs. Frank G. Darte, of Wilkes
Barre. Dr. Walter 3. James and
family were among the New York
camp arrivals of the week and will
pass the season at their camp on the
Upper St. Regis.
Recent camp arrivals en Osgood
Lake include Mr. and Mrs. E. Drexel
Godfrey, of Red Bank, N. J., who will
I remain thvoagh the season; Mr. and
Mrs. Irving H. Kirkwood, of Kansas!
City, who have opened White Pine
Camp; Dr. and Mrs. W. L. McDougald,
of Montreal, who -.ave their camp on
this lake opened for the season, and
Mrs. McDougald's brother, Henry Mc
Mullen, also of .Montreal, who has
! opened the Gideon Lee camp. Also
on Osgood Lake are two big private
schools for boys in camp.
Recently arrived at Paul Smith's Ho
tel, where she is awaiting the arrival
of her mother, Mrs. Anson Phelps
Stokes', and other members of the
Stokes faniily, is the Baroness Halkett.
The Stokes yur^y ?s expected July 18,
and will occupy both of the Stokes
camps on the Upper St. Regis Lake.
I ionel Drew, of Now York, recently
returned from California, is the guest
for the season of his sister. Mrs. Sid?
ney Drew, a' the Rauch ("amp on the
Uppi r St. Regis Lake.
Aqua-planing is the latest feature
of the water sports adopted by the
members <>f the summer colony here
and the daring rides of its devotees,
v ho dash aero:.; the Lower St. Regis
poised on planks attached to the sterns
ol some of the new speed boats, do not
fail to attract the attention of a large
number of the sojourners at Paul
The Reynolds cottage at the hotel
has been reserved for the season by
Mrs. J. H. Plummer, I. il, Plummer and
Miss W. Plummer, of Toronto, Can?
ada, who ai rived recently.
Mr. and Mr?. W. \V. Farley
Lease Two Cottages
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Farley, of Al
bany, who have reserved both the
! oomis and Glover cottages at Paul
Smith's for the season, are entertaining
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Loughlin and
Mrs. George Crowe, of Binghamton.
Mr. and Mrs, Farli ' are companied
h\ their da ugh tel the Misses Jean
: itte, IL leh, Esther, Loui ?e, Label and
Ruth, and by their sons, William J. and
George Farley.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Grave!, oi
Montreal, have taken rooms in th<
hotel annex for the season.
Mrs. Fran'.- C Hend? on, of Roslyn
T.. i.. ; a t apa. ??... : i . : i the Casinl
for the remainder ? mtb.
Those from New ?
rived at Paul Smith'! include Mrs
?L S. Collins, Seward Gollins, Mrs. .5
A. Middleton, Miss Jean Middleton
J. L. Middli tup, Miss Lucile E. Ellis
Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Chap?n, EdWan
Lamb, Mr? and Mrs. W. Donald, Mi
and Mrs. ?. E. Lei-. Dr. ana Mn
M W?lk. Mrs. N, Olsen, ? Mrs. K
Thonmson. Mr. and Mr?. C. E Helekei
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hartley. Mr. an
Mrs. W. V. Flynn, John S McDermotl
".;...- G. McDcrmott, W. C. Gale, Mn
R. W. Patexson.
?Sea Breezes Lure
Notable Throng to
Narragansett Pier
Hotels, Country Club and;
Villas Are Scenes of Gay
E vents; Improvements
Add to Colony's Pleasures
Spr.rial Dispatch to The Tribune
16.- Midsummer ?nds Narragansett j
| Pier full of people from every part of |
the land, and while the weather for the '
renter part of the past week has been .
characterized by more fog and rain
than Narragansett has seen l'or a dec- '
ade, not a suggestion of the humidity j
and sultry weather conditions which ;
have existed in tiie cities has been ?
experienced here. On the contrary.
Narragansett has been blissfully im- ':
mu?e from summer's heat, and ocean !
breezes, straight from the Atlantic,
have filled the landscape with health
giving ozone. Sunshine after the rain i
brought every one out into the open ,
again and the Casino and Point Judith
Country Club became the centers of
social life.
The Bridge Club at Narragansett,
otganized last season by Mrs. Frank
Samtlel, of Philadelphia, and of which
she is president, will meet on suc?
cessive Monday nights- at the Point
Judith Country Club. The first meet
ing of the club took place at the coun?
try club on Monday evening, with Mrs.
Si.muel as the hcstess. The member?
ship of the club includes the follow?
ing of the villa colony: Mr. Philip S.
P. Randolph, Philadelphia, president I
of the Point Judith Polo Club; Philip I
S. P. Randolph jr.. Mrs. John R. Fell,}
Mrs. Thomas Harvey Dougherty jr.,
Mrs. Clement R. Wainwright, Mrs. Kd
wardL. Walsh, Mrs. George Poulieff, |
Mrs. Caryl Roberts. Mrs. George F. ?
Ballard, Mrs. Shipley Dixon, Mrs. Daw- ,
son Coleman, Mrs. John W. Converse, I
all of the Philadelphia fashionable set. i
Mrs. Francis Robinson. Mrs. Philip ?
Stevenson, Mrs. James G. Blane jr., Mr. j
and Mrs. David S. Baker and the ;
Misses Gertrude and Beatrice de Cop
pet, New York. Mrs. Joseph Dilworth,
of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Saunders P. Jones,
Mrs. John Churchill, of Louisville, Ky.,
Mrs. Howard Richmond, Mrs. Rush
Sturgess, Mrs. Ernest T. H. Metcalf,
of Providence. Miss Sarah R. Baldwin, ?
Miss Lillie. Getchell, of Baltimore.
All Narragansett is now looking for
ward to the polo tournament at the ?,
Point Judith Polo Club, which will
start on August 1 and continue on to
August 15. The tournament this year
is looked upon as the best that has I
been held at the Pier, inasmuch as ]
practically every one of the members !
sent over to England to represent !
America will come here.
Rodman Wanamaker, of Philadelphia, ;
one of the prominent players here, wh$ j
baa been playing in England, is soon to j
>ai! for America, accompanied by his i
r, Mrs. Archibald Thomson, of I
Philadelphia; They will come direct to ?
their villa here, Bass Rock Farm, on I
the cliffs.
Among those who registered at the '.
vasino for the season during the last :
week were the following: Mrs. Samuel
H. V.'tentine. Mrs. Joseph Ryerson, Mr.
and Mrs. George F. Naphen, Mr. and!
Mrs. Henry B. Kane, New York; Frank ?
.Samuel and family, Philadelphia.; Cap- j
tain and Mrs. Isaac E. Emerson, Balti
more: Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Bristow '
Draper, Boston; Mrs. William B. Mc
Elroy, Providence.
v."-"!?tess?-Jules Henri de Sibour,
Biais? de Sifeour and Master Jean de
Sibour, o?d habitues of the Pier, .ar?
rived at the Massaaoit during the lait
week for the ?season.
Southampton Racquet Stars
Begin Two Cup Tourneys
Men and Women Start Play at Meadow Club for the
Lord and Cameron Trophies; Society Leaders
Do Much Entertaining at Long Island Resort
SOUTHAMPTON, L. I? July 16.?The club tournament began at the
Meadow Club to-day, with competition for the Lord Cup and Cam- A
eron Cup. Those competing for the Lord Cup were Mrs. Edmund S. \
Twining jr., Miss Helen Lee, Miss Cornelia Livingston, Miss Grace Wrenn
and Miss Helen Trevor. This cup is the gift of Mrs. J. Couper Lord.
Those who played in the tournament for the Cameron Cup were T. Galliard
Thomas 2d, Irwin A. Powell, Frank D. Shaw 2d, A. Coster Schermerhorn,
Charles Carroll Thomas, Goddard W. Saunders, George Crawford, Henry
Sproul jr., Richard Dilworth, Edward H. Van Ingen 2d and W. Warner
Hoppin jr. This cup is the gift of W. Scott Cameron.
Mrs. Clarence Cary, who has been stopping at the Meadow, has left
there tor the West.
Robert Lee Keeling, who was with Mr. and Mrs. George Leary at
their place, Hawthorne House, ha?, left for Newport.
Major Francis Colby, who is stationed at Montauk. is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. George Maxwell at South Cottage. Sydney A. Smith and
Albert Proctor Gav are also with Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell
Mr. and Mrs. W. Butler Duncan, Miss^
Dorothy Duncan and W. B.. Duncan jr.
have left the Meadow Club, where they
had been stopping, and gone to Murray
Bay, Quebec. They will remain in Mur?
ray Bay until the fatter part of Sep?
Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Lienau, who
arrived here on Friday, are with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles M. Connfelt at their
cottage, in Shinnecock Hills.
Lively Interest Shown in
Proposed Village Fair
Much interest has been directed to
the forthcoming village street fair to
aid the work of the Southampton Hos?
pital. It will be held in Agawam Park
on August 12. Many week-end visitors
will be here, as this fair falls on a
Friday, and it will help to swell the
Mrs. Peter B. Wyckoff is president of
the entertainment committee; Mrs.
Arthur B. Claflin, vice-president; Mrs.
Phillips B. Thompson, secretary, and
Mrs. Edward P. Mellen, treasurer. Mrs.
John Wolfe is in charge of publicity
and Mrs. Charles E. Miller in charg?
of sale of tickets. Superintendent of
decorations is allotted to Mrs. A. Stew?
art Walker. Mrs. P. A. Valentine will
preside over the sale of the latest
styles of motors. In charge of book
sales will be Mrs. George C. De Witt
and Mrs. James L. Barclay. Mrs
Charles H. Sabin will sell hats and
Mrs. Wyckoff ornamental candles foi
dinner tables; Mrs. Cockcroft, fruit;
Mrs. Walter, cards; Mrs. George A
Dixon jr., perfumes, and Mrs. Georg?
Leary in charge of the merry-go-round
Another entertainment which will at
tract many is that which will take ptac
on July 22 at the Garden Theater. Thi
will be for the benefit of the South
ampton Fresh Air Home for Cnpp?e
Children. In the afternoon a film wil
be shown of "Alice in Wonderland" an
in the evening "Dream Street." Afte
the pictures there will be dancing.
Alexander D. B. Pratt and Williar
Bay'is axe visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dal
las Bache Pratt. They have recent!
returned from a visit in the Adiron
Miss Arden, of New York, is visitin
Mrs Hallett Alsop Borrowe.
Colonel and Mrs. May aTe giving
dinner to-night at their place, Gort
Dr. and Mrs, Eugene Pool gave a dir
ner fast night,
Mr. and Mre. Peter E. Farnum ar
with Mr. and Mrs. Andr? de Coppet at
Mulfords Give Dinner
For General (.'. I. De Bevoise
General Charles L De Bevoise is the
?.ruest of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent S. Mul
ford at the Grape Vines. Mr. and Mrs.
Muiford gave a dinner for General De
Be\ oi.se last night.
Miss Abby Morrison and Francis H.
B. Byrne, of New York, are visiting at
Mrs. George Leary's.
Many artists have been included for
the concerts which are to be given nl
?he Memorial Hall on the nights of
. July 29 and August 5 for the benefit of
Misery-sur-Somme, a village in France.
Among those already on the list ar?
Mme. Berthe Erza, soprano; Jeannette
I Studley Ames, coloratura soprano;
Arnund Sjovik, basso cantante; J. Pias
tro Borissoff, violinist, and Bernardo
Oishansky, barytone.
The marriage of Miss Virginia Ten
Eyck Rice, daughter of Mrs. Lowe Rice,
came as a surprise to the people here.
Neither Mrs. James Lawrence Br?ese,
sister of l'on Sturat Momand, of New
York, or the friends of Miss Rice here
knew of her engagement.
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Willock
have taken the Larkin house for this
season, the villa of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian
Assistant Attorney General W. W.
Hoppin and Mr:. Jioppin gave a dinner
last night at Street house for som*
of the young friends of their daughter,
Miss May Gallatin Hoppin, and their
second son. Frederic Gallatin Hoppin.
The dinner guests were the junior
members of the colony.
James C. Barr is in New Ipswich,
: N. IL. overlooking his estate, Old Barr
Homestead. Mr. Barr will return here
Mr. and Mrs. F. Skiddy von' Stade
will come from Westbury this month
to visit Mrs. von Stade's parents, Mr.
a,nd Mrs. Charles Steele.
Mrs. Albert Loenmg is at the Irving
House and will be there for the mont?
of Julv.
Mrs. George E. Dadmun and M?e?
Ivdia Dadum, on their return froj?
North East Harbor, Me., will i-ome ^
tu. and Mrs. Henry Rogers Wmthrop
are staying with Mrs. Henry D. Bab
cock at the Edgeeombe.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Potter Br?ese
are staying at the Plaza for a brief
| visit.
Thomas Morrison Carnegie jr.. who
underwent an operation at the South?
ampton Hospital, has improved and is
at his home. He will later go to Rac
quette Lake i* the Adirondack?.
Godfrey Stillman Rockefeller. wk/<
j was visiting Mr. and Mr*. Joseph T
, Knapp, has sailed for China.

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