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RESORTS ^RT IV SIX -PAC^KS TRIBUNE INSTITUTE FASHIONS IXPAY, OCTOBER' 8, "?022 SIX PAGES PART IV saw ??. *"~~" m yTffl -? ' ??-??~?.- w**"^^**t*fag_._ -- L-?J^5____bj*___?i_4_xl V^orld Several Weddings Are Among October's First Social Events Miss Church Is Married to Mr. Weston at Great Barringioii ; Miss Armstrong Bride of Mr. Rossiter * mar THE first week of October closed with several weddings of interest to society. Miss Mary Church, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John H. C. Church, of Great Bsrrington.was married to Mr. Don aid Mitchel Weston of Pittsfield, son of the late Lieutenant Governor Byron Weston, cf Massachusetts, in St James's Episco-^ii Church, Great Birrington, Mass., last night at 8 ?5-?t-ck, The chancel was decorated wife chrysanthemums and palms, ? at? $sre were white roses on the -ate, Tls# knap, who was given nipt*"?1er father, wore her mother's .-.?din?Kd gown of ivory satin inmut? with real antique lace. The ioarttrain was of gold brocade lined ?tritScloth of gold. The veil was caught ?iti ?range blossoms and she carried ? ?t?te bouquet of white orchids and liliet-of-the-vuiU-y. Mrs. Delano de Hindi, of Groat Barrington, her sister ?ad matron of honor, wore deep apri? cot ehiffon with girdle embroidered in "?.Id. Miss Louise Durant, of Great Barrington, maid of honor, was in Fr?-r,ch blue chilien with gold girdle. The bridesmaids were Miss Marion ????it, of New York; Miss Virginia Ticknor, of Great Barrington; Miss Caroline Hemingway, of Watertown, Ponn., and Miss Dorothy Newton, of Fall River, who wort' pale apricot chif? fon with fur and gold girdle. The two attractive little flower girls, Misses Ruth and Mary de Winde, nieces of the bride, wore French voile trimnv.'d with luce and blue velvet ribbonr. They carried tittle muff* of roses. Mrs. Church, the bride's mother, wore a gown <-?! French blue and silver I* rocade. The Kev. Edward C. M. Tower, rec? tor of St. James's Church, of Croat Bar .Mjton. officiated, and Mr. Brenton toe Pometoy, of Pittsfield, ?as best ? fhe U3hers were Messrs. John iFendlcton and William S. Bacon, <&?'-,'' Mars?-all Rodd Herron, ??Ite?ourgh; I). Dwight Douglas, of ?t.. Gilbert Shepard and James t\S&>. of.Hartford, Conn.; Philip !>f Pittsiieid; George Church ?Jjtan de Winnt, of Great Bar ?jwtion was held at Bonny Bank, Iia Barrington home of Mr. and 'Wren, ;.,id -?00 persons promi N?R0cliet?v in New York* Bosto" l^*-?? ?Berkshire colonies were pres ?2?e the guests were Mr. Hale j"*M, Chicago; Mrs. Holden, who j?**". ?f the bridegroom, and Miss S Holden; Mr. and Mrs. John ?JSiiams jr., of Pasadena, Calif., the yl*'*0 a Mstcr of Mr. Weston, Mr. 'Ite?'" Theodore Pomeroy and Miss ??^ Pomerov, of Greenwich, Q Mr? and Mrs. Winthrop M. Q *"? and Mrs. Frederick G. Wi- Rosemary Crane, Mr. Z. ?^'i Crane, of Dalton; Mr. and t?i-barren Church, of New Ka ??**??, Mrs. George Church and \?ll<! ?- Loop, of Great Barring jj^e bride's two grandmothers. C*rs- Nathaniel Church Scoville, Z??.^?. Edith and Mary'F. Sco IV* ' anii :,-rs- Edward Quintard, I'-C ?re1A- Ran??">. Mr. and Mrs. ??f *}? Ransom, Mrs. John Henry It* ?Mrs. Charles Post, Mr. and :*?iuel F, Engs, Dr. and John i**?, Mr. and Mrs. David Ives ?"?*? and Mrs. Thomas Turlay Wxfr8* William Hall Walker, '-??-?^?.Arthur E. Whitney, Miss ??W to V10-*** Mrs- L C. Bates Dana, X ?J*T*'Edward P. Davis, Dr. and ?Sri B^hlpr' Dr- Charles Gil '*&?*?'?T- Hamilton Kerr, Mrs. lH.l!Ir,?r' Robcrt S- Hawthorne, '??IdA? n1?rt,horne' Messrs. Ken C?'J1?11, Donaldson, Kirby ^ Mr , Bar'-es. of New York. -*?? Da?nd?,Mrs- ?Samuel Gilbert ????ft *c,\Ua Co!t- Mr* and Mrs I?***% T??e11* Mrs- Brenton Crane US!' vVge and Mrs* Charles L. i?4t'Mis2r*tiand Mrs* vViHiam H.1 ?** ft? ?ope and Wilmot Eaton, S*?. CU i nry D* Brigham, Mr. ? S**?, a, ? Jamos K'tt-redge, Mr. I K*iMiS 4leu.?- Wilson* Mr. and K^M* ?f i'.*VVh,tU,'s<''>'' Mr. Frank lfe5? P? Il?ffield; Mr- and Mrs l*V G-L^-H' ?f Richmond: Mr. 1 ?-"?"?I'ge Brown, of Honolulu. ?*<&r,,St att,ractivc of yester V??:'a1 th* ?< Miss Lulie 'Hite? ? dau?ht<-r of Mr. and ^* ???nmct Burroughs, o? i Irvington-on-the-Hudson, to Mr. G. de ! Freest Lamer. Mr. Lamer is the son I of Mrs. Robert Martin Lamer and the late Mr. Robert Martin Larner, of j Washington. He distinguished himself ? in the war as an ace, serving with the ! Lafayette Escadrille and later in the ' 103d Pursuit Squadron, U. S. Air Serv j ice, with the rank of captain, and being : decorated with the Croix de Guerre and j the Distinguished Service Cross". The marriage look place in St. Barna ; bas Church, Irvington, at 5 o'clock, the ?Rev. William Neely Colton officiating. ! The full surpliccd choir attended, and ? a reception followed at Woodland, the home of thft-.Jasi?h?'.? -parents. Mr. Burroughs gave his daughter in ? marriage, and the attendants were . Mrs. William Montrose Pettis, a sister, as matron of honor, and Miss Olive ! Irwin and Miss Frances Sacket de ! Valin, of Cape Vincent, N. Y., as brides? maids. Mr. Robert Johnson Larnei served as his brother's best man, and the ushers were Mr. Davis Carlisle Burroughs, brother of the bride; Mr. William Montrose Pettis, Mr. Theodore ? Dewey and Mr. Arthur Kennar. i Thomson. i The bride wore a gown of tulle em j broidered in motifs of pearl and crysta' and mounted on satin. Her veil was i held in place by a bandeau of lace anc ! orange blossoms and fell to the hew j of the court train. She carried f ] shower bouquet of roses, orchids anc : valley lilies. Among the guests were Mrs. Robert ; Marl in Larner, Mrs. L. M. Williams ? grandmother of the bride; Mrs. T. D j Davis and Mrs. Julian D. Meade. A' the conclusion of their honeymoon ? which will he spent motoring in th? 1 North, Mr. and Mrs. Larner will liv? I at the Sleepy Hollow Country Club. i Miss Gladys Corlette Armstrong I granddaughter of Mrs. Charles B. Arm i strong, of Belle Haven, Greenwich, wa j married to Mr. Lawrence F. Rossiter son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Rossi | ter, of Field Point Road, Greenwich ; yesterday afternoon, in Christ Episco i pal Church, at 4:30 o'clock. Rev. Dr I M. George Thompson, rector of Chris j Episcopal Church, Greenwich; officiated The maid of honor was Miss Isabell? I Ailing Armstrong, sister of the bride j and the matron of honor was Mrs. Ray I mond G. Daly, of Stamford, Conn., sis ter of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were the Misse Dorothy Thompson, Ethel Hays, Eliz abeth Armstrong, of Greenwich; Mis Florence Marsh, of Pasadena, Calif. Miss Ruth Huston, of Coatesville, Fla and Miss Mary Wilkes McKinney, o | Columbia, Tenn. Miss Mary Rose Arm j strong and Master John Armstrong children of the bride's uncle, Mi Florenzo D. Armstrong, of Riverside Conn., were flower girls. Mr. Rossite had for his best man Mr. Josiah C Palmer jr., of New York City, and th ushers were Mr. Martin J. Quinn jr Mr. Frederick K. Gaston jr., Mr. Georg W. Helme and Mr. John D. Decker, o Greenwich-, Mr. Howard B. Dean, o Garden City, L. L; Mr. David ? Cowles, of Rye, N. Y.; Mr. Ravmon G. Daly, of Stamford, and Mr. Rayna St. M. Thebaud, of New York City*, j large reception followed the ceremon at the home of the bride. Miss C. Tiffany Lord, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. Lord, o Green Farms, Conn., will be marrie next Saturday to Mr. Arthur Channin Taylor, also of Green Farms. The wed ding will take place in the Church o the Heavenly Rest and a reception wil follow at the Hotel Gotham. Miss Lord will be attended by Mis Martha Taylor, sister of the * bride gropm, as maid of hon?r. Her brides maids will include Miss Louise Maslin and Miss Marjorie Shaw. Mr. Taylo will have Mr. LeRoy Sherman, of Ne* York, as best man, and the ushers wi include Mr. Wallace Garland, Mr. Pat Bray, Mr. Theodore Bray and Mi Graham Maheffey, who were all class mates of Mr. Taylor in the class of '2 at Yale. Arrangements for Hunters"' Costume Ball Are Complete? Arrangements have been complete for the hunters' moon costume ball, t be held on Saturday evening, Octobe 14, at the Weatchester-Biltmore Cour try Club, the guests being attired i costumes of fox hunters, Indians, trar pers, Daniel Boones and styles that th zoo sets. At the Westchester-Biltmore ar Mrs. H. S. Redmond, Dr. Charles Wadi worth Schwartz, Mr. Charles Sicar? Mr. Wesley V. E. Terhune, Dr. Mile J Tierney, Mr. George S. Wallen, M: Palmer P. Woods, Mrs. John H. Wrigh Mr. John R. Young, Mr. Martin J. Alge, _ Prince of Wales Leads Return of Society to London Many Prepare for ^Little Season" While Country Houses Are FillingRapic.ly for Fall Shooting Parties Special Cahle to The Tribune Copyright, lflL'?, New york Tribune Inc. j LONDON, Oct. 7.?With the Prince ; of Wales heading the ativance guard, society people are beginning to seep back Londonward from Scotland and the Continent to view the approach of the "little season," while at the same time the country houses are filling up for shooting parties. The prince this week paid a brief visit to his country house, Easton Grey, near Malmesbury, Wiltshire, from where he will hunt with the Duke of Bedford's pack. He spent a few days as the guest of the Duke of Beau? fort,, at Badminton, just before going to Scotland, so this is not his first visit to his new hunting country .since his return from the Far East, but it was the first time he has gone there as a householder. There is'every promise that hunting this season will be up to the old pre? war standard, and the prince, who is a noted horseman,' is. expected to go training by plenty of cubbing runs be? fore the regular hunting season opens. It is being freely discussed in Wiltshiro whether he will be joint master with the Marquis of Worcester of the Duke of Beaufort's pack, but so far the prince has reached no definite j decision on this question. The prince, who last Saturday was | prespnt at a rally fete given by the British Legion, the counterpart here j of the American Legion, had a novel appointment to-day. This afternoon he attended a great Boy Scout rally at Alexandra Palace. In the evening, from his town home, York House, St. : i James Palace, he talked by radio to j .scouts throughout the kingdom unable to come to London. The Duke of York and Prince Henry are shooting this week over the six C'ontlniied on Page Three Horse Show Tea Room To Be Unique Featuri Special Committee of Prom inent Women Will Be Announced Soon The tea room of this year's Hors ! Show November 1.3 to 18 will be ; j striking reproduction of the front o ! Mount Vernon and the proceeds wil go for the benefit of th? Associatioi I for Improving the Condition of th' Poor. The A. I. C. P. is headed b; Mr. Cornelius N. Bliss jr., president. Mrs. John H. Prentice, of New Yorl and Bernardsville, is to be chairmai of the tea room committee of the as I sociation, and she will announce with in the next few days the special com mittee of well-known New York womer she is now assembling. Miss Betl Evans will be in direct charge of th? i tea room and there will be brought to ; gether a group of young girls of well I known New York families who wil j serve as waitresses for lunch and after? noon tea. The tea room of the Horse Show was a great success last year. The managers of the A. I. C. P. whe have the direction of the tea room comprise a group of prominent New York men and women and include Mr. Henry G. Barbey, Mrs. Courtlandt D. Barnes, Mrs. August Belmont, Mr, George Blagden, Mr. Cornelius N, Bliss jr., Mrs. Cornelius N. Bliss jr., Mrs. James A. Burden jr., Mr. Charles C. Burlingham, Mr. Thomas Cochran, Mr. R. Fulton Cutting, Dr. Haven fc'in erson, Mr. Homer Folks, Mr. M. Fried? sam, Mr. John Greenough, Mr. John Henry Hammond, Mrs. E. H. Harriman, Mr. Samuel S, Keyser, Mr. John A. Kingsbury, Mr. Franklin B Kirkbride, Mr. Langdon P. Marvin, Mr. Albert G. Milbank, Dr. James A. Miller, Mr. F. P. Moore, Miss Ruth Morgan, Mr. Dwight W. Morrow, Mr. George Mur nane, Mr. Acosta Nichols, Mr. Robert P. Perkins, Mr. George B. Post. Mr. Percy R. Py*te, Mr. Harry Pelham Rob bins, Mr. DeWitt J. Seligman, Mr. James Sheldon, Mr. William B, Thomp? son, Miss Ruth V. Twon-bly, Dr. Philip Van Ingen and Dr. Hermap-i M. Biggs. Mrs. Coogan before her marriage on September 29 was Miss Jo? sephine Adams Osborn. She is a daughter of Professor and Mrs. Henry Fair field Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Coogan have been spending their honeymoon in Canada. Mrs. Reynolds wat married on September 30: She' teas Mits Jean Fletcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fletcher. Mrs. Remick before her marriage on September 30 was Miss Eleanor Francke. She is a daughter of Mrs. Lindsley Tappin. Miss Wright is one of this season's debutantes. Her mother, Mrs. W. de Forest Wright, of 52.*? Park Avenue, will give a dance for her at the Ritz-Carlton on November 29. Miss Luce's engagement to Mr. Frank Leslie Montague jr., of Rich? mond, Va., was announced recently. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gilbert Luce, of Richmond, formerly of Pelham, N. Y. Asheville Fall Season Sets Record in Gayety Golf Has Been One of Main Attractions, With Two Courses Open ASHEVILLE, N. C, Oct. 7.?The Land ; of the Sky has had the gayest autumn | resort season in its history? with numerous receptions, bridge parties and dances at the Asheville Country Club, Biltmore Forest Club an?^ at the various hotels. Golf has been at its zenith on the two attractive courses, while mountain climbing and horseback riding along the unrivaled mountain bridle paths have furnished the more active physical elements so necessary for complete enjoyment. Late registrations at the Manor in? clude Miss C. G. Langdon and Mr. Henry Lord, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. George A. Ogden, of Brooklyn, and Mr. Clinton M. Hall, of Old West bury, L. I. At the Battery. Park are staying Mr. George C. Sutton, Mr. Charles J. Leach, Miss Margaret Hayes, Mr. Robert A. Bovd, Mr. Guy Fisher, Mr. S. P. Blake man, Mr. John R. Blair, Mr. W. S. Whiting, Mr. George W. Chandler, Mr. Arthur F. Doherty, Mr. Robert H. Chisholm, Mrs. J. M. Wells, Miss Marie Wells and Lloyd Gilbert, of New York; Miss Elsie Stewart and Mr. A. T. Stewart, of Woodbury, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boyden and Mr. James N. Boyden."of Ridgewood, ff. J.; Miss Lea Mauri, of Mount Vernon. The Langren is entertaining Miss G. Shannon, Mr. Frank Grinnell, Mrs. Sara Thompson, Mrs. Harry L. Ames, Mr. James E. Souder, Mr. George F, Daniels and Mr. W. S. Johnson, of New York; Mrs. Charles C. Hanby, Miss Jessie Walch und Mrs. J. S. Conway, of Syra? cuse; Mr. R. P. Vroom, of Maplewood, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Younger, of New Haven, Mr. A. H. Bomme?, of Brooklyn; Mr. W. A. Pratt, of Walling ford, Conn.; and Mr. Herbert White. Debutante Group To Sell Programs At Victory Dance List of Patronesses for Bril? liant Ball le Well Under Way; Floor Committee Assistants A_*e Named ?t The victory ball of the American | Legion will be held at the Waldorf j Astoria on Friday, November 10, Armis? tice Eve. Mrs. J. T_rfus Munds is chairman of the d?butante committee. She will form ? group of twenty-five society girls who will sell programs. The patrones? list of the ball is well under way. The list already includes Mrs. Kinnicu?g^raper, Mrs. Harry Harkness F!__8__T Mrs. James W. Gerard, Mrs.^WIliam Pierson Hamil? ton, Mrs. Edward McVickar, Mrs. Ar? thur Julian Moulton and Mrs. M. Orme i Wilson.' Mr. Frank Jefferson, chairman of the ! floor committee, has announced his assistants, who will include Mr. L. H. Paul Chapin, Mr. Stephen Pell, Mr. Jack Wing, Mr. J. Morgan Wing, Mr. ? Hache Brown, Mr. Malcolm Hunter, Mr. | Karl Behr, Mr. W. Halstead, Mr. S. i Oakley Vanderpool, Mr. G. Douglas j Green, Mr. L. Garnett Day, Mr. C. Pelham Darlington, Mr. Frederick Suy dam, Mr. John Tyssowski, Mr. Theo? dore Crane, Mr. Donald McKinley, Mr. Theron R. Strong jr., Mr. Elmendorf Cari, Mr. Jack Devereux, Mr. J. Usher Smith, Mr. J. Fahys Cook,. Mr. John J. , Schiefflin, Mr. J. Campbell Schmidt and ! Mr. Latham R. Reed. The general committee includes Mr. i Charles C. Auchincloss, Mr. Julian S. - Bache,.Mr. Elliot C. Bacon, Mr. Robert L. Bacon, Mr. Herbert P. Barry, Mr. E. Parrar Bateson, Mr. Philip Benkard, .; Mr. A. J. Drexel Biddle jr., Mr. John MS' Billings jr., Mr. John V. Bouvier j jr., Dr. Samuel Bradbury, Mr. Kenneth i Budd jr., Mr. John J. Brinckerhoff, Mr. j Stanley Bulkley, Mr. Henry W. Buxton, Mr. William M. Chadbourne, Mr. L. H. Paul Chapin, Mr. Fred R. Coudert jr., : Mr. Henry H. Curran, Mr. Dudley Davis, Mr. Lee Garnet Day, Mr. Charles ' I. DeBevoise, Dr. Edward B. Deuch.. Campagna-Cerabone Wedding Is Celebrated Ceremony Performed at St. Elizabeth's Church; Recep? tion and Dinner Follow? Miss Caroline'H. Cerabone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Cerabone, of 340 Northern Avenue, was married to Mr. Michael A. Gampagna last Wednesday. The ceremony was performed at St.! Elizabeth's Church by the\Rev. Father Hayes. Miss Rose Cerabone, the bride's sister, was maid of honor. The four bridesmaids were Miss Marie Palletier, ! Miss Agnes Lauria. and the Misses i Elizabeth and Annette Silvester. Louise S Cerabone, youngster sister of the bride, was flower.girl, and Master Jovan Cam-1 pagna, -nephew of the bridegroom, wa3 page. A reception and dinner followed at the Hotel Plaza. Some of the. guests i were Mrs. ,-Agata Gampagna, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gampagna, Mr. and Mrs. i Joseph Paterno, of Riverdale-on-the j Hudson; Dr. and Mrs. Charles V. ; Paterno, Mr.. and Mrs, Joseph Faiella, \ Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Paterno, Mr. and ? Mrs. Ralph Ciluzzi, Mr. and Mrs. j Joseph Cerabone, Mr. Michael Paterno, | Mr. Armi?o Gampagna, Miss Christina' Paterno, Mr. John Calhoun, Dr. and ] Mrs. John Faiella, Professor F. Longo, ? .Mr. and .Mrs. P.. d'Onofrio, Mr. and ? Mrs. William Amos, Judge and Mrs. ! Palmicri, Mr. Di Salvo, Mr. and* Mrs. I H. Kimball,. Mr. and Mrs. Sceurle and ; Mr. Ajello. Mr. and Mrs. Campagna are spend? ing their honeymoon in Canada. ? i Shepherd Dog Club Show To Be Held October 17-181 Society in many parts of the conn- j try, and especially in New York City, ! is greatly interested in the eighth an? nual specialty show of the Shepherd Dog Club of America, to be held in | the 104th 'Field Artillery Armory, I Broadway and Sixty-eighth Street, on I October 17 and 18. This breed has be? come one of the most popular ?n the United States since the war und in many shows has r-*d all classes. Bachelors of Tuxedo Park Will Give Dance at Old Club More Than 300 Acceptances Received for Affair Wednesday Night; It Promises to Rival ' Famous Autumn Ball . From a Staff Correspondent TUXEDO, October 7. THE dance to be given by the bachelors of Tuxedo Park next Wednesday night in the Old Club promises to rival the au? tumn ball, which is considered the out? standing social event of the fall season at Tuxedo. Over three hundred ac? ceptances hav? feeen received to the i invitations ?<*rn? uut for the dance, and ? it is thought that many more will b? i added *.o the. lisf'before Wednesday ! The dance is being given by the bach ? eUts' in recognition of the entertain [ ing they haw received in the various ; homes during the year. Nearly all the members of the fall ; colony have returned to the park and ! an extremely active social season is anticipated. .Mr. and Mrs. David Wag staff, who recently returned from . summer trip abroad and who have been staying with Mrs. Wagstaff's mother, Mrs. Henry M. Tilford, while their house was being put in readiness, have opened their house for the season. Others who opened their Tuxedo homes last week after having spent the sum? mer in Europe were Colonel and Mrs. Frank B. Keech and Mr. and Mrs. Her? bert T. King. Those who are at the Winter Club for the week end include Mr. and Mrs. James Lowell Putnam, Mr. and Mrs. William Gilman Low, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Livingston Burrill, Mrs. Alfred Kessler. Mr. Lindsley Russell, Mr. An? dre Lord, Mr. Frank U. Roche, Mr. .A.lfred E. Dabney, Mr. and Mr?. Sprigg D. Camden, Mr. H. Gallatin Pell and Major Pierre Lorillard. who attended many of the polo games at the Mea? dow Brook Club during the last week. Among those who will entertain at the bachelors' dance are Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Alexander, who will have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Whit ridge. Mrs. Ernest R. Adce will enter? tain Miss Jeanne Reynal and Mr. John Steams. Mr. and Mrs. Amory Carhart wl?! have as guests Miss Florence Loew Miss Evelyn Loew, Miss Helen Ben i nett, Mr. Brewster Jennings, Mr. ! Bulkely Wells and Mr. Robert Pavne. ? Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Coulter will entertain for Miss Laura Harding, Mr. | Waldron P. Belknap jr., Mr. John R. Meeker nn?l Mr. H. Graff Trevor jr. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Davle will have i Mrs. Draper Taft as guest. j Mr. Edson Bradley\ guests will in : elude Suffragan Bishop and Mrs. Her? bert Shipnian. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll L. i Wainwright, Mrs. A W. B. Pratt, Count ! Orlawski and Commander A. B. Cook. : Mr. Andre? Lord will entertain Mr. Le ? land Hayward, Captain E. E. Steele ; and Miss.Agnes Duryea. Mr. and Mrs. ?John Munroe will have Mr. and Mrs. j Clarence Pell, Mr. Edgar W. Leonard : and Mr. P. McCullock Miibe as guests. Others who will entertain will be Mr. and Mrs, Robert r*"oe.et, Mr. Pierre 1 Lorillard sr., and Major Pierre Loril : lard jr., Mr, and Mrs. Edward J. Haney, ! Mr. and Mrs. H. Coleman Drayton, Mr. | and Mrs. Morin S. Hare, Mr. Frederic | A. Juilliard, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L . I Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. H. Pendleton | Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. David WagstarT, | Mr. and Mrs. C. Tiffany Richardson, J who will have Mr. and Mrs. Robert j Br?ese as -j-uestf?; Mr. and Mrs. John E. Rogers, Mr, and Mrs. Stanley G. Morti ! mer, the Countess Otto Salm, Mr. and I Mrs. George St. George, Mr. and Mrs. Julien Shackno, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Stevens and Miss Annette Tilford. Also Mr. and Mrs. Howard Van Sinderen, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wil? liams, Mr. Roger Tuckerman, who will entertain Miss Betty Thompson; Mr. Ludlow Lauman, Mr. Norman S. Walker jr. and Miss Eleanor Kurd; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tuckerman, Mr. and Mrs. Frederic O. Spedden, Mr. Lindsay Russell, who will entertain Mr. W. G. Bibb, Mrs. Ann Ellicott, Mrs. Walter Williamson, Miss Dorothy Clemens, Mr. and Mrs, Frederick lliiton and Mr. and Mrs. Norman S. Walker jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander H. Tomes, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Carey, Mr. and Mrs, Charles i Reed, Mr. and Mrs. William Clear water, Mrs. Price Collier, Mr. and Mrs. i John E. Cowdin, Mr. and Mrs. Frederic ! F. de Rahm. Mr. and Mrs. Fal dr St. ; Phalle and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dins | more. Newport Autumn Days Marked by Entertaining I Dinners, Luncheons and Clam bake Form Pro*p*am for the Last Week Special Dispatch to The Tribune NEWPORT, R. I., Oct. 7.?Frequent entertainments interested members of tho late staying summer colony, with the season being extended because of the ideal weather. Mr. and Mrs. John Asptfgren had two distinguished guests nt Aspen Hall during the week in Vis? count d'Alte,'Portuguese Ambassador to the Unitid States, and Sir Gilbert Parker, English novelist, who is relat? ed to Mrs. Aspegren. Entertainments were given for them, and among the others who gave dinners or luncheons were Dr. and Mrs. Ai?_xander Hamilton Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Eppley) Mr. and Mrs. Beverly B?gert, Mr. R. Liv? ingston Beeckman, Mrs. James Lenox Banks jr.. Mrs. David Price for Gen eft.1 and Mrs. George Mclver, Mrs. Charles Mornn, , Mrs, John A. Logan and Captain and Mrs. De-Witt Bl?mer. In addition, the last bake of the season was given at the Clambake Club. Thursday afternoon a large number heard, Miss Katherine Cortazzb, who recently returned from y trip abroad, speak on the devastation at Rheims and at Verdun, the talk being held in Miss Waring's residence on Catherine Street under the direction of the League of Women Voters. Competition has been started for the Lanfear Norrie Cup, which is awarded by the Outer Foundation Fishing Club for the member who catches the most fish offshore over a period of thro? days. This event was scheduled last week, but was postponed. Mr. Brad? ford Norman is president of the club, with Mr. Henry Brevoort Kane as vice president, and Mr. Hartford W. H, Powel as secretary. The cup has been won by tho lote William R. Hunter and by Mr. Bradford Norman, Mr. Louis Quentin Jones, Mr. Granville Kane an?J Mr. Lispenard Stewart. Amor.'? the summer residents who hav? elos?d ihoir sent?n recently a? Mr. Graft?. D. Cushing, Prince anc Princes-! Miguel tie Braganza, Admiral and Mrs. Cameron M ?/Rae Witosiow Mrs. Frederic Neilson, Mrs. Juan M. Hutton, Mr. and Mrs. Ogden H, Ham? mond, Mr. I. Townsend Burden, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Davis, Mr. William E. Carter, Mr. and Mrs, Benjamin Thaw, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Le Roy Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison S. Morris, Miss Edna H. Barger and Mr. and Mrs. Maxi? milian Agassi'/.. ? Dr. and Mrs. Seaman, who have been guests of General and Mrs. J. Fred Pierson. have gone to New York. Ad? miral Seaton Schroeder, who is crit? ically ill, was taken to his Washington residence i h is week. Among the arrivals were Mr. and Mrs. Fitz Eugene Dixon, who are with the Rices at Miramar, as was Mr. W. R. Lewis. Miss Hope Gaston at.d Mr. Edward Bangs, of Boston, were guests of Mr. R. -Livingston Beeckman. Mr. William H. Vanderbilt arrived for a visit with Mrs. Vanderbilt at Tho Breakers, and arranged to open Oak? land Farm, which was left to him by hi? father, Mr. Alfred G. Vanderbilt, next month. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Thayer were also visitors. a Miss Dorothy F. Heywood To Be Bride October 14 Arrangements Completed for Marriage to Mr. Ferdinand Meyer, of Baltimore Miss Dorothy Frances Heywood, : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Heywood, of 324 West 103d Street, of : this city, will be married to Mr. iY'iv.inand Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. ? F. A. Meyer, Roland Park, Baltimore, | on "Saturday, October 14.* The cere I mony will take place at the home of i the bride's parents, at 6:30 o'clock, I with the Rev. Dr. A. E. Keigwin, of the i West End Presbyterian Church, of \ iiciating. ? Mrs. Robert R. Heywood jr., of this * j city, will be the matron of honor, and I Miss Adelaide Irwin, of East Orange, | will be the flower girl. j Mr. Meyer will have as his best man Mr. Lewis W. Lake, of Baltimore. The i ushers will be Mr. Robert, R. Hey\?ood ! jr., of this city, and Mr. George W. i Wagner, ?*>f Baltimore. Miss Heywood attended Mrs. Dow's | School, Biiarcliff, and Mr. Meyer was ' praduated' from Joiins Hopkins, class? I of '19.