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News of Women's Clubs?Social Affairs of Note
Clubs in City Expected to Give
Red Cross 100 Per Cent Answer
Special Meetings Called by Number of Presidents
and Features Have Been Arranged
for the Roll Call
Clubs of the New York City Federation are expected to be enrolled
100 per cent in the Sixth Annual Roll Call of the American Red Cross,
according to Mrs. Louis Ralston, chairman of the Federated Clubs Divi
_'ion of the Roll Call. Special meetings have been called by a number
of club presidents. Red Cross has been added as a feature to several club
The Ray Current Events Club, of which Mrs. Jack W. Loeb is presi?
dent, was the first to report it. membership 100 per cent enrolled in the
h?d Cross. The Theater Assembly, Mrs. J. Christopher Marks president,
the '.'hater ?Club. Mrs. George Maynard Clyde president, the Eclectic
Club, Mrs. Albert Car.field Bage president, the Life as a Fine Art Club,
Mrs. Mildred Manley Easton president, the Rubenstein Club, Mrs*. Wj?
h'at-i Rogers Chapman president, the Beethoven Society, Mme. Alda Tanin?
Tagliavia president, the Government Club, Mrs. George Owens president,
and Sorosis, Caroline G. Childs president, have all given splendid Co?
nner nt.iori- &----__--_--_----_---__?
Yesterday was Red Cross Day at the i
entertainment given by the Rubenstei?
?.'vil. nt the Waid,.rf-Astoria Mme |
S.-humann-Heink sang her group of j
Boies with which ?he entertained the
noidiors in camps during the war. The,
hap was decorated in Red Cross ban- .
n rs and posters and a collection was '
The first concert of the season was I
given by the Verdi Club, Mrs. Florence
Foster Jenkins president, at the Mac
dewell Galleries ?>n Wednesday eve
Brig. A large and representative gath
rtng w?ib pr?sent, including two
oi the viub. who were guests of honor.
were Mrs. Louis.C. Naisawald and
Mrs. Flank McCnbe, chairman of the
Verdi Club Juniors. The program in
Qiaded two groups of compositions by
I ? H - h ' arr r*li ?- So!
Albert!; the aria from "Romeo and
Juliet," for soprano and a group of
French songs "s-:np by Mrs. Florence
Foster Jenkins. The French songs
were clven w.th vio in obbiifcatu piajvd ,
hy Gr-Mo vCleitt. of the ????w?oH. !
tan Opera Company, Bnd Mr. Villetti
nlso piayed several solos by Bach and
Chopin; Following the musical pro?
gram Mi?5 Josephine v ' -1' <> d |
.(. D. Mach fa r& danced "The Artist's j
.Dream Waltz."
Mis? Beatrice Raphael was the ac
?ompinist of the evening. The dance
fcvhic'i follow?-'! th?- projram was Jed by
Miss Bita, Marzo, the new chairman of
the Verdi/Club Juniors, and the other
jv.rm ?<< ?' hf eo?nni'ttcd Tn > e -
?dent, M vs. Jenkins, was presented with
fifteen lartfe floral pieces, the gifts of
m rahc-t of Verdi, and a tall silver
Vas? lined with fold, a remembrance
Bent hy Mr. and Mrs. Me'.chiorre Mauro- i
Cottons. Mrs. Mauro-Co'tone is first
Vice-president of the Verdi Club.
A large luncheon will be given un?
der the auspices of the Lyric Art, So
??ietv at thj Hotel Plaza on Thursday
afu-rroon. Preceding the luncheon
Mrs Albert Schf.efer, president of the
Society, will hold a reception at 12:30!
and the luncheon will be served at 1 '
o'clock. In the receiving line will be1
?vTrs. ?T-'-k'on B. Sells and Mrs. Newton ,
W. Gilbert.
An attractive program of vocal and I
p'nno music under the direction of i
Hiss Florence Robrecht has b^tti ar-1
yanged At the gues's of honor tnblu i
will l'e Mrs. William Webster Miller,
Mrs. Clarence Burns, Mrs. Leonard L.
Bill, Mi?.--, Loui.se Marie Contencin and
Mrs 'dyth TVtten; also Mrs. William
A. Gallagher, Mrs. Elton T. Cowan and
Mrs. John H. Judjre. vice-pres dents of
the society; Mrs. B. P. Hippen aud
Mrs. Bu'ton H. Davy
Mrs. Charles T. Haviland is charl
Oian of the committee on arrangements
for the luncheon.
Mrs. Timothy Martin O'Connor will
entertain the social committee of the
Entre-Nons Club at her home, 511 West
112th Street, Thursday evening, No
vernie r 23.
Mrs. Ruth Litt, who is a board mem?
ber on the staff of the New Y irk
League of Business and Professional
Women, Inc , sailed for Braril on No
mmber 16 to attend the formal open?
ing ' the United States building iit
?;he Brazil Exposition, going as tho
Special representativa of the New York
league. Mrs. Litt will maka in exten?
sive trip through South America to
crith->r ?;ita for the league on the
progress of burgess and professional
women of South America.
On the afternoon of Business Day,
To-nvrrow, at the Waldorf, Mr. H. V.
Xp'cnVirn. o* "The Brooklyn Daily
Eagle," will address the club on inter
! et in- features of the Brazil Centen?
nial Tour from his paint of view, Mr.
H. K r- nr.; on ?' ?tbeir members of
the party also will speak.
Ei'terpe, Mrs. T. W. G. Cook, presi
? '??? t. mi order to raise funds for their
philanthropic work, the Veterans'
Mountain Camp, will give a benefit
card party at the Hotel Astor, on
Tbui-8'lny afternoon, at 2 o'clock. The
Hostesses will be Mrs. J. E. Vidal aid
kfra. Abel Mi?hlor. Other sister clubs
will be represented, having made
' rvations. A door prize has been
.?<>? ated.
The oncer? of the society, besides
) rre ?dent, are: Mrs. J. E. Vidal,
"<-s. A'fred Nicholson and Mrs. Abel
Viphler, vice-president*' Mrs. James
'Mo'-: n. record ng secretary: Mrs. John
I. Brady, corresponding secretary, and
Bars. Jsm?s Pringle, treasurer.
A reception wPI be given by the
president, Mrs. Cook, to members of
vhe society on Tuesday afternoon,
December 12, at the Waldorf-Astoria.
Under the auspices of the ways and
Tcans committee, Athene, Mrs. Rath?
er.ne A. Mutin, president, and Miss
Elisabeth Conran. chairman, will give
a bridge and euchre in the Ea?t Room
; the Waldorf-Astoria to-morrow at
'2 o'clock. There will be a souvenir
"or e- ch table.
Many new members have been ad
m'tted. among whom are Mrs. John
Seh" e'er, Mrs. William Camp, Mr?.
Paul Wo>thington. Mrs Har^v Knight
Miller and Mrs. George W. Washburn.
Among those who will have chirge
0-?- ?y.- ...-.-*..r activities are Mrs. Mar?
tin, Mr?. Margaret E. Hamilton first.
rice-president; Mrs?. Bud Stow, seco-d
v:c<vpresident; M^s. Helena L ReVuss,
thiri vice-president; Mrs. Frank K.
Brewster, treasurer; Mrs. Jor.athan
Deyo, recording secretary; Mrs. Flor?
ence Hamil'on, corresponding secre
tSty. and Mrs. George W. Beckel, pres?
ident's aid.
Among the members who will be
chairmen of the various committees are
?1rs Adolph Weil. Mrs. A. W. Wil?
liam?, Mrs. Neptune Smyth, Mrs. A her
L ?mbert. Mrs. Edw?rd Epst?in. Mrs.
Samuel F. Hollender, Mrs. Alonzo P.
Dayton, with Mrs. Howard Clinton
Russ at the door.
The thirty-sixth season of the
I? 'binstein Club. Mrs. William Rogers
? "; ..prr.nn, pr?sident, wa* inaugurated
yesterday at the Valdorf-Astona. An
artist'* rtcital was given by Kme.
TOxmsmumm anaumaaa-iioinfc, the eminent
contralto. She was assisted by Mias
Florence Hardman, violinist, and
.Arthur Loesser, pianist Mrs. William
Van Tnssel, chairman, took the re?
newal Red Cross signatures of tbe i
membvrs present, after which there j
?vag general dancing in the ballroom
until 6:30.
Among the guests of honor were '
Miss Helen Boswell, Mrs. Ralph Traut- I
man. Miss Mary Garrett Hay, Mrs. !
George Howes, Mrs. A. M. Palmer, Mrs. j
Bedell Parker, Mrs. E. M. Raynor, Mr3. |
Cynthia W. Alden, Mrs. Harry Lillie, !
Mme. Marie Cross Newhaus, Mrs. '?
Richard M. Chap'aan, Mme. Katherine !
Vor. Kienner *nd Mrs. T. M. Hardy.
The first *'ening concert will be j
given on Decnober 5 in the ballroom
o? the Waldoi ' Astoria, under the di?
rection of Mr. Viliiam Rogers Chap?
man, musical o.rector.
The Daughters of Pennsylvania in
New York, Mrs. Walter Seaman Comly
president, will g,ve a card party for
the benefit of the William Penn Fund at
the Waldorf-Astoria on Tuesday after?
noon, November 28, at 2 o'clock. Ap
olications for tickets may be made to
Mrs. Charles Weakland, 1064' East
Nineteenth Street. Brooklyn.
The annual Card party of the Gov- |
ernment Club, Mrs. George E. Owens j
president) will be held.at the Fennsyl-,
vania Hotel on Tuesday at 2 p. m. Mrs.
William F. Kessel is chairman, ..nd will
be assisted by directors of the club ?
and her committee.
Thr? Stat in Is'nmt Chapter, Daughters
of the American Revolution, met at the I
old home of the Misses Cropsey on
Saturday afternoon with a large at
Miss Edith Kellogg, chapter regent, !
reported on the conference of regents ;
at Poughkeepsie, where more than four,;
hundred delegates met to plan patriotic j
work for the coming winter. The Rev. j
Dr. Moore gave an address on Valley
Forge and Lafayette.
Mrs. Moore read a paper on "Women
of the Revolution: An Appreciation";
Mrs. Mabel Shariott. gave a word pic- j
? uve of Valley F'rge as it is to-day, and i
Master Carl AbroRast, p-ave recitations. ]
The Misses Cropsey were assisted in
entertaining by a committee of bost
asses, Miss Julia Hurd, Miss Anna Van j
Name, Mrs. Sbariott and Miss Bessie ;
G ?Hender.
The LotRsirns Societr in New York,
Mrs. Patrick Justin White pres-Jent,
will give an afternoon dance 'n the
'-?all roo m of Delmonico's on Friday, De- j
'ember 1, from 3 until 7 o'clock. Mrs.1
A. F. Hancock, chairman, announces
'hat the drncc will be for th. benefit
?f the scholarship fund, the pooiety re
c.-ntlv having ?ee'ded to sponsor the
education of a Le-ke and Watts Orphan
House s'udent. This will be the sec
md scholarship provided by the Louis.
nna Society, as the, president, Mrs. P. J.
White, has continued her scholarship
through the educational auxiliary.
Leake and Watts Orphan House, of
which she is a director.
There were fifty tables of players at
the card game given by the National
Pocietv of Patriotic Women of America
last Wednesday at the Hotel McAlpin.
Mrs. William R. Stewart is president
of the organization. The game was in
charge of a large committee, with Mrs.
.vollen T"ters Bussenms. the ch-.ir
man, and Mrs. George Leonard Fisher,
vice-chairman. The souvenirs dis?
tributed were Bohemian glass fruit
dishes, each with a claw-footed frame
as foundation. The profits of the
enm. f?o toward the patriotic education
given to foreign 'S. riebt classes being
conducted by the society in differen
boroughs of greater New York. Paid
' eacl ers are under the chairmanship of
, Mrs. C. A. J. Queck-Berner.
The first of tho Tuesday mornine:
talks on current history, to be given
at the home of Mrs, Leonard L. Hill,
24? West End Avenue was held on
Tvesday. at eleven o'clo k. Mrs. Cora
Welles Trow wns the speaker on "What
the World Is Doing"
This series will continue weekly unt'l
December 19 Inclusive. The subject for
'he next date, November 21 will, be
"Natural and Supernatural." Women
' wishing to attend may communicate
i *tti> Mrs. Trow at 350 West Fifty-fifth
? Street.
Mrs. John ,r,1anT>erton Kfrr was the
hostess on Monday, the 13th, of the
j Four-Bit Card Game held by the Na
; tional California Club. Mrs. Kerr en
; tertained in a small ballroom at
Sherry's, at two o'clock, refreshments
being served at four-thirty after a
spirited and social game. Handsome
vari-colored handkerchiefs were pre
I sented by the hostess.
At the regular meeting held by the
Society of New York State Women,
Monday, Mrs. Wm F. Hessel, as chair?
man, presented an interesting program
; when Jean Britain grave two recita?
tions. Cl^ra Mortenson Beyer, execu?
tive secretary of the Consumers'
League, told of the work and bow it
was accomplished by the organization,
and "Mental Hygiene" as discussed by
Dr. Marian Kenvorthy and her aud
ence proved a most interesting subject.
Dr. Monell. the president, called th?
business meeting at the usual hour,
iwo-thirty. Several new members were
welcomed into the club, matte-a of im?
portance were discussed, and with other
bi.siT.css transacted plans were begun
for the New York table at tbe annual
luncheon to be given in January by
the Congress of States Societies.
The Am?Hc?n speech department of
the New i ork City Federation of
Women's Clubs aims to direct public
attention to the necessity of better
speech training in th. school and in the
home. It urges ?ach club in the Fed
?eration to devote at least one meeting
1 a year to American speech, and that,
these me v ngs be conducted by the
club's representative tn the department.
M-jJ r Vivian Gilbert will b? the
?iraaka* Friday, November 24, at the
Waldorf-Astoria under auspices of the
New York State Society, U. S. Daughters
of 1812. HiB subject will be "Romance
of the Last Crusade." When the war
broke out Major Gilbert, resigning fr<tt?
"Peg-o'-My-Hcart" company, joined the
British army in England, was tit tho
Somme, fought in Serbia, Bulgarin and I
Greece, ending with AUenby's nrmy in
Palestine. While Friday's lecture will
not be a war lecture, it will recall much
of the war interest by its connection
with Old Testament history.
The Social Meeting of the Century ;
?Theater Club, Mrs. Harry IT. Thomas
president, will-be held at the Hotel
I Commodore on November 24. at two '
?o'clock. Subject: "Tragedy," The Eng-?
lish artist Penelope Wheeier, will pro
tray the Greek tragedy "Medea" in
costume. Julia V. Grill* will sing airs
in keeping with the theme.
Members are requested to make hote
of change of the two December meet?
ings: Members' meeting, Friday De?
cember 16, instead of December 8. So?
cial meeting, Friday, December 29, in-,
stead of December 22.
The Century Theater Club's next
matinee, "The Fool," Thursday, Decenv
ber 7, 1922. Mrs Robert Dean, chair?
man of matinee. ,
i i
The National Opera Club of Amer?
ica, Mme. Katharino von Klenner
founder and president, Presented two l
artists new to America, Thursday, held j
in the north ballroom at the Waldorf. ;
Master Leo Dubensky, a nine-year-old
violin prodigy from Russia, gave De
Beriot's "Concerto" accompanied by
Emmy Kovacko and Sig. Carmine
Di Giovanni, Spanish tenor, who sang
the arias from "Pagliacci" and from j
At the business meeting of the Pro?
fessional Woman's League, Monday, j
Mrs. Russell Bassett, president, and i
members assembled, paid memorial
tribute to the late Dr. Ida C. Nahm.
New members received were Mrs.
Lura L. Cleveland, Mrs. Caroline Wise,
Mrs. N. Sobel, Mrs. Dora B. Heiden nnd
Mrs. Bertha L. Colburn.
The Social Day, Mrs. Sophie Carroll
chairman, will be held in the green
room of the Hotel McAlpin. November
27, at 2 P. M.
The Theater Club, Inc., Mrs. George
Maynard Clyde president, met for its
second study day last Tuesday after?
noon, at Hotel Astor. The play Under
discussion was "So This Is London,"
with Miss Minnie B. Wade as chairman.
Miss Julia Arthur was guest of honor.
Mrs. Alber. A. Snowden, representativo
of the club to the New York City Fed?
eration of Women's Clubs, gave an in?
teresting report on the recent con?
vention of that organization. A talk
was given on the current drama by
Mrs. Eva F. Phipps, and patriotic songs
were rendered by Mrs. Fred. C. Grum
man. The play chosen for discussion
on the next study day, December 12,
is "The Fool," by Channing Pollock,
which will be attended by the club as
its monthly matinee, December 7. The
club will hold its next social dav,
November 28, with Mrs. Walter H.
Gahagan as chairman, the subject be?
ing "Something New in tho Theater."
The annual card party of the club will
be held at Hotel Aster, on December &.
The Michigan Women of New York,
Mrs. John Jay Bush president, will
hold a regular monthly meeting at the
Waldorf-Astoria, Tuesday. The busi?
ness n-oe.ing at 2:30 o'clock: program
[at 3.
The guest of honor will be Mme.
Mar o-Cross N?whaus, who will speak
on "Stabilizing the World Conditions."
Tea will be served by the toliow.ng
?hostesses: Mrs. Gerson C. Coblins,
Mrs. Roy Sherwood, Mrs. Frank E.
Hutchins, Mrs. H. A. Cossitt, the
Misses Newlands.
The philanthropic work under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Sydney Lockhart i
wi.l meet at the home of Mrs. G. C. i
Coblins, 601 West 116th Street, every |
I Monday afternoon, where garments for i
j the poor will be made for their Christ
! mae work.
The New York Theater Club, Mrs. !
Belle de Rivera, founder and presi-1
dent, will hold its regular social ?
meeting at the Hotel Astor on Tuesdav
at 2:30 p. m.
Mrs. Daniel Pelton Duffie, the chair?
man of the day, will present the fol
! lowing program:
MisB A. Marguerite Hawkins in a !
| group of songs; a monologue by Mrs.!
Henry Arthur Shepherd; an address
j by Mr. Channing Pollock and Mr.
I (-eorge Kelly, and solos by Mme. Annie
. Clayton Jones.
Tne guests of honor will be Miss j
I Frances Starr, Miss Florence Reed, i
1 Miss Isabel Lcighton, Miss Mary Bo
| land, Miss Helen Lavelle, Mr. Chan?
ning Pollock, Mrs. William Cumming
i Story, Mrs. Walter S. Comley, Mrs.
Florence Forster Jenkins, Mrs. Wright
?Johnson, Mrs. T. W. G. Cook and Dr.
? Frances Monell.
The Woman's Pa-ess Club, of New
?York City, will hold the November
meetinir on Saturday afternoon, No
I vember ?5, in the Astor gallery "of the
?Waldorf-Astoria at 2 p. m., Mrs. Har
1 yot Holt Dey presiding and acting
i chairman of the day. Among the
I speakers will be Mr. Lawrence Lang.
. ner, director of the Theater Guild; Miss
j Lucy ' Feagin and Mr. Channing Pol
I ?ock. Musical numbers will be con?
tributed by Marie Mikova, pianist;
Mme. Aimee CTayton-Jonea, contralto,
and Lasalo Dortsak, tenor, introduced
b\ the chairman o? music, Mme. von
| Klenner; Emmy Kovack, accompanist.
Tue society _.or Poat.cal .^tuuy, Mrs.
j Otto Hahn, president, held a regular
, meeting at Hotel Astor November 14.
Civic Forum: "For Better Relations
j Between the White and Negro Races,"
?followed by discussion from the floor,
| was led by Mrs. Frederick L. Wake
i ham. Address: "The State's Policy in
i Dealing With Women Delinquents,"
Dr. Katharine Bernent Dtvis. Reports
of tne City Federation of Women's
Clubs, Mrs. George Whelpton, Miss
Ida Nordlinger.
The Washington Heights Chapt?r, D.
A. R., Mrs. Samuel 3. Kramer regent,
I will give their annual card party, at
I the Waldorf-Astoria, on Saturday, No
| vember 25, at 2 P. M. Mrs. Stevenson
i J. Thorne is the chairman
the Character of a Gift. Our Offerings in
Distinctive French Silk Neckwear, Hosiery,
Handkerchiefs, House Robes, etc, provide a
wide choice in Gifts of Supreme Excellence.
?fe. <???Rct ?? (aomjioau?
Miss Lois E. Campbell
She will be married to Mr. George Rothwell Sheriff 2d, on December
16, in Washington. Mis? Campbell is a daughter of Congressman and
Mrs. Guy E. Campbell.
Society in the Oranges
Mr. Donald S. Stewart to Wed Miss Heffinger, of
Portsmouth, N. H., Nov. 25; Miss Woodman
To Be Bride Thanksgiving Eve
A marriage of particular interest to
society in the Oranges will take place
Saturday, November 25, in Portsmouth,
N. H., when Miss Priscilla Heflfinger,
daughter of Dr. Arthur Hefiinger, of
Portsmouth, will become the bride of
Mr. Donald Speir Stewart, son of Rear
Admiral Stewart, U. S. N., of Scotland
Road, South Orantje, Mrs. James Cogs?
well, sister of Miss Hefiinger, will bo
the matron of honor and Lieutenant
Commander Laurence Stewart, U. S. N.,
will be best man for his brother.
Both Mr. Stewart and the future
Mrs. Stewart are exceptionally popular
in the Oranges, the- latter having re?
turned recently to her Portsmouth
home from an extended visit at the
Stewart home. They pian to make
their futuro home in 'South Orange.
Thanksgiving Eve has been chosen
by Miss Helen Woodman, daughter of
former Judge Edward W. Woodman
and Mrs. Woodman, of 238 Snyder
Street Oranoe, as the dato for her
wedding to Mi. Daniel Francis Burns,
of Madison. The ceremony will take
place at 6 o'clock in St. John's
Roman Catholic Church, Orange", and
will be performed by the Rev. Bertram
L. Conway, of the Paulist Order, an
uncle of the bride. Miss Woodman
will be attended by Miss Anna C.
Burns, a cousin of Mr. Burns, as maid
of honor, and the bridesmaids will be
Miss Agnes S. Woodman, a sister of
the bride-elect; Miss Marion E. Cole
man, of Orange; Miss Ai leen E.
Schwartz, of East Orange, and Miss
Mydia Garrison, of Brooklyn. Miss
Dorothea Schwartz, of East Orange,
?.ill act as flower girl and Mr. Donal
McHugh, of Rcseville, will be the page.
The best man will be Mr. Aaron H.
Woodman, a brother of Miss Woodman,
and the ushers will include Mr. Joseph
B. Keating, of Madison; Mr. H. Parks
fireer and Mr. Jam?s C. Burrs, also of
Madison, the latter a brother of Mr.
? Burns, and Edward W. Woodman jr.,
1 another brother of Miss Woodman.
Announcement has been made of the
. engagement of Mr. Henry L Chiles, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Harry L. Chiles, of 31
Washington Street, West Orange, and
Miss Virginia' Young Montague, daugh?
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Montague,
, of 800 Riverside Drive, New York. The
! wedding will take place December 30.
Miss Laura May McDavit, daughter
i of Mr. and Mrs. Louis McDavit, of 710
? Springdale Avenue, East Orange, has
I set Saturday, December 2, as the date
I of her wedding to Mr. William P. Bau
j man, of New Yo-k and WoodclifTe Lake.
The ceremo..? ?til be performed at the
i ho :.e of th-> bride's parents Ky the Rev.
i David O. ?rv'r.g, pastor of the Bethel
j Presbyterian Church, East Orange.
I The wedding ceremony will be lollowed
! by a reception. Mis3 Winifred Crane
and Mr. Roger M. Baldwin, of New
York, will be the attendants.
Among the early spring weddings will
j be that of Miss Sara Hen on daughter
': of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Herr?n, f Si.
Watson Avenue, East Orange, to Mr.
John Lamberton King, son of Mrs. Alex?
ander King, of 177 North Walnut
Street, East Orange. The date for the
ceremony probably will be set during
j the coming month.
Mrs. F. S. Stevenson, of 25 Hampton
Terrace, East Orange, was the hostess
at her home last Monday .afternoon for
the meeting of the Southern Society o*
.he Oranges. MrB. C. T. Martino also
of East Orange, was the assistant
? Mrs. L. E. Shaw, of 170 North Park?
way, East Orange, will be hostess
Wednesday, Novo ber 22, for a meet?
ing of the Wednesday Luncheon Club.
The last meeting of the club was held
at the- home of Mrs. Powell Cronk, 20
Elmwood Avenue, East Orange.
An engagement announcement of
great interest to Orangeites ?b that of
Mr. Eugene Andrew Tracy, son of Mrs.
Ida Tracy, of Lincoln Avenue, Orange,
to Miss Helen Dorothy Foster, daughter
of Mrs. Walter Fi Foster, of San Fran?
cisco. Present plans are to the effect
that the wedding will take place in
Mr. and Mrsv Edward M. Colie, who
were married November 11, will be at
home after December 1 at 100 Chest?
nut Street, East Orange. Mrs. Coli?;
before her marriage was Miss Emmlin
Hall, of Flushing, L. I.
Mrs. J. B. Milne and Mr. Frederick
Reinherr are in charge of arrangements
for the first dance, November 24, in the
series of three to be given at the West
Orange High School for the benefit of
the scholarship fund.
? The main topic at the present time
for the young 3s well as the not quite
so young members of the Washington
Society of the Oranges is the "Junior
Assembly Follies," to be presented by
the boys and girls who. compose the
society s junior assembly, Tuesday eve?
ning, December 12, at the East Orange
High School. Mr. John B. Phillips is
the director of rehearsals with Mr.
William C. Merley in charge of the
j muaic.
Mrs. Charles T. Metzgar, of Harrison
Street, East Orange, ia spending sev?
eral weeks as the guest of her sister,
Mrs, Douglas Bond, of Philadelphia.
Mrs. W. T. Gooch and daughter, Mrs.
, Bruce Malcolm, of Brook3ide Road,
South Orange, have returned from a
stay at their summer homo at West
Hampton Beach, L. I.
Miss Rachel Cutler, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Cutler, of 135 Ham
ilton Street, East Orange, was married
'at 8 o'clock Wednesday night to Mr.
George D. Utter, of Greenwood Luke,
jN. Y. The ceremony was performed in
I Grace. Episcopal Church, Orange, by
the rector, the Rev. Dr. Cha-les Thorn- I
as Walkloy.
Mrs. William McLean, of Newark,'
sister of the bride, was the matron of ;
honor, and the bridesmaids were Miss
Lillian Cross, Miss Mary McGarry and
Miss Rachel Hopkins, of East Orange, j
and Mrs. Estelle Eastwood, of Green- j
wood Lake, si3tev of the bridegroom.
Mr. Richard A.. Cutl-r broker of the
bride, was the best nan. T.?? ushers
included Mr. William Itf cLeun. Mr. !
Richard Cress, Mr. Aieiander1 Cross and
Mr. Alexander McGarry
Twenty-five friends of Mrs. Frances
Eppley, of Nav York, formerly of West
Orange, enjd ?d. a reunion with her
during the last week, when Mrs. Ep?
pley entertained informally at the Es?
sex County Country Club, West Or?
ange. Mrs. Eppley formerly was the
owner of Tiermore, in 'I itton P. ik,
West Orange, which 3he sold to Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar L. Newhouse and which
is now occupied by them.
Mrs. William Newton Bament, of 323 '
Park Avenue, Orange, returned home
yesterday from Ashev?l?, N. C, where
she has been for the last t?vo weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Jame? D. Benham, of
Lenox Avenue, East Orange, have re?
turned from a abort stay at Atlantic
Mrs. Arthur Purnell, of 179 North
Maplo Avenue, East Orange, who has
been visiting relatives in Baltimore,
haa returned to her home.
Mrs. Charles Hugh Dickson, jr., of 7
Webster Piuco, East Orange, has Is?
sue.. Invitations for bridge party and
tea to be given Tuesday at her home in
honor of her .sister, Mrs. Thomas Pot?
ter, who ha., returned from her wed?
ding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Potter arc
passing a few days with the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Bene?
dict, of 07 Harrison Street, East
Orange, previous to taking possession
of their new home at 425 Central Ave?
nue, Orange.
Mr. Frederick Unge, of Stockholm, is
th? house guest of Mrs. J. Alfred
Dixon, of 235 North Walnut Street,
Enst Orange.
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Jones, of
Park Avenue, East Orange, have re?
turned from a ten-day motor trip
through New York State.
Jira. Ben S. Nash, of Main Street,
Orange, haa returned from a visit with
friends in Indiana.
Miss Helen Friedman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louia Friedman, of 910
South Eighteenth Street, Newark, will
bo one of the attendants at the wed?
ding Thanksgiving Day of Miss Irene
Vivian McGovem, daughter of Mrs.
Thomas McGovem, of 6 Watson Ave
nuo. East Orange, and Mrs. Frank O.
Goebel, of Maywood. Miss McGovern
gnvo a dinner party for her attendants
last night at the Elks' clubhouse, 44
South Munn Avenue, East Orange.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lockwood, of Ray?
mond Avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. G. S.
Chauncy, of Wyoming Avenue, South
Orange, have returned from a short
stay at Bay Head.
The Monday Topic Club will meet to?
morrow at the home of the associate
hostess, Mrs. Isaac Vance, of 841 Val?
ley Road, West Orange. "The Music of
America and American Composers" is j
to be the topic of the day. A social }
hour will follow.
Mrs. Henry R. Wile3, of 55 Holly?
wood Avenue, East Orange, and Mrs.
S. C. Boyd, of Orange, are to be tho
hostesses when the Travelers' Club
meets Friday, at the home of the for?
mer. Members will read papers as fol?
lows: Mrs. Hubert Cheesman, "Austro
Hungarion Life"; Mrs. E. S. C. May,
"Famous Charactera"; Mrs. J. H. Fur
man, "Prominent Historic Events";
Mrs. S. W. Stanton, "The Charm of
Moravia." The usual social time with
refreshments will follow.
Tfye Columbian Club of East Orange
gave an informal dance at the club?
house, Grant and Roosevelt avenues,
East Orange, Friday night. Mr. Thomas
A. Riggles was chairman in charge.
He is also in charge of arrangements
for the formal dance to be given
Thanksgiving Eve.
Mrs. Milton W. Blackmar, of 31 North
Twenty-aecond Street, East Orange, has
as her guests, her sister, Mrs. A. B.
Paul, of Buffalo, and the latter's
daughter, Aline Paul. Among the af?
fairs to be given for Mrs. Paul during
her stay will be a bridge Thursday by
Mrs. William J. Hallett, of 98 Franklin 1
Avenue, Bloomfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Washburn, of
301 Central Avenue, Orange, enter?
tained Tuesday night at the first meet?
ing of tho season of the Tuesday Eve?
ning Five Hundred Club.
Miss Beth Pohle, of 57 Whitt?esey
Avenue, East Orange, will be hostess !
at her home Thursday for the Girls'
Club of Hyde Park, East Orange.
Mrs. F. S. Stevenson, of 2?. Hampton
Terrace, East Orange, entertained the
Southern Society of the Oranges Mon?
day. Mrs. C. T. Martine, also of East
Orange, assisted her as hostess.
Miss Lydia Record, of Belair, Md.>
is the gueat of Mr. and Mrs. Allen M.
Malone, of 32 North Arlington Avenue, i
East Orango. I
One of the prettiest and. most at?
tractive girls who will make her bow I
to society in the Oranges this winter I
is Miss Lydia Davis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel A. Davis, of Turrell |
Avenue, Sou'h Orange. Miss Davis's
parents will give a dance in her honor
Friday evening, December 22, at the
Essex County Country Club.
Mis franc?s Boyd, daughter of Mrs. |
John J. Boyd, of South Orange, will ;
be "presented" some time this winter |
at a formal dance. Miss Boyd is at |
the present time one of the most popu
lar girls in that exclusive "little set" |
which among others includes the I
Misses Anna and Janet Wallace, the
twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
T. Wallace, of Mapiewo>d; Miss Jane
Richman, debutante daughter of Mr. ;
and Mrs. Charles Richman, of West '
Orange, and the Misses Eleanor Rey
nolds, Elsie Brewer and Lydia Davis. |
Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Hower, of 175 :
High Street, Orange, and their sons,
Varian and Preston, have departed for
Florida for a stay of an indefinite
period. They are making tho trip by
Miss Beryl Tremper, daughter of Mr. !
end Mrs. A. ?. Tremper, of Maplewood
Avenue, Maplewood is spending a few
days as the jruest oi Mrs. Frank Lozier,
of Hawthorne, N. .". Miss Tremper's
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quisite Lace and Embroidered Table Sets, Doilies,
Luncheon and Tea Cloths and Distinctive Em?
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Superior Excellence not obtainable in the aver?
age store. Monogramming for Christmas should
be ordered early.
f marriage to Mr. Francis Baker Hague, !
son of Mr, and Mm. Ainsworth J.|
Hague, of North Ninth Street, Newark,
! will take placa in the Morrow Memorial
Church, Mtiplewood, Thursday ?veni"?;,
December 7. A number of entertain?
ments In honor of the prospective
bride are being planned.
Mrs. Burdette C. Or?or. of 2G Wilcox '
Place, East Orange, will be hostess at
a meeting of her bridge club Tuesday, f
Mrs. William J. Harnish, of 23 Wat
sort Avenue, East Orange, was hostess ?
at the last meeting of the club.
Mrs9. Alberta La Fofge, of 142 Valley !
Road, West Orange, will depnrt in the j
near future for California, where sh< ;
will remain until the close of the win- ?
ter season.
? Rehearsal? are being held for the
English comedy "Just Like Judy,"
which will be presented by the dra?
matic corps of the Maplewood Country
Club December 4 and 6 at the Riealton
Scbool. The play is being coached by ;
Mr. James Pennoyer.
Mrs. Halsey C. Staffotd, of Myrtle
Avenue, Maplewood, has gone to At?
lantic City for a short stay.
Mrs. W. F. Denel, of Mountain Ave- j
nue, Maplewood, was the hostess
Wednesday afternoon at the meeting !
of the literature department of the ?
Woman's Club of Maplewood. The i
main subject discussed was the "Life
of Jane Austin." Mrs. George E. Low :
acted as leader.
Miss Dorothy Norton, daughter of !
Mr. .and Mrs. Lawrence A. Norton, of'
Hartford Road, South Orange, will en- |
tertain at bridge Wednesday after- ?
noon. Miss Norton recently returned j
to her home after spending a period l
of about a year in south Jersey.
A South Orange d?butante-to-be is j
Misr, Helen Smith, daughter of Mr. and ;
Mr>. Fred Smith 3d, o: Scot.and Road,;
South Orange, who will be presented ?
to society of the Oranges at a party !
to be given in her honor by her parents
December 27.
Mrs. William W. Creasey, of 177
Harrison Street, East Orange, will be
hostess at her home November 24 for
the Friday Luncheon Club, of which
she is a member.
Miss Gertrude Cannon, of Whittle
sey Avenue, East Orange, has returned
from a ehort visit with friends at Port
Theoria Season Is Opened
With a Birthday Party ?
Theoria, Mrs. Harold George Wood.j
president and founder, held its first i
meeting of the season at the Hotel '
Astor on Wednesday. Four hundred
were present at luncheon, and later the
Forty-ninth Street Theater was filled
almost to its capacity down stairs with
the members and their guests. The
play seen was "Whispering Wires."
In the dining room the decorations
were of the club colors, yellow, and at
the dessert course the lights were low?
ered and to a march a long line of
waiters marched into the room and
around the tables, each bearing in his
hands a birthday cake with three
lighted candles. Alter an address from
the president Mrs. Wood introduced
Mr. Channing Pollock as "Godfather
Chann>ng Pollock." He gave a very in?
teresting and amusing talk. Mrs. L. H.
Baer sang a song and as an encore the
club song, "Theoria."
On Tuesday evening Theoria will
give .its first dinner and theater
party of the season. The dinner
will be held at the Hotel Astor and
Princess." On Thursday the club
will attend s performance of "The
Fool" at Times Square Theater.
This party is given in honor of
Mr. Pollock, the author, before his
departure for Europe. Many new
members were added to the already
large membership and the first day
closed amid a general voice of ap?
Mozart Juniors ?
Give Card Fete
AtJlotel Ag^
The members of tu 3^^. i
Junior Matrons of the Net? Y
Mrt Society, of which Mrr ?? *<"
Connell i? president, hel4 a ??T *?
last Monday at ?he Hotel A. <? ^
meet on the second M01..W rf ^
mottl.. Miss Bessie WortiV^
is airman of the Ja?Un ^
P-W:d Alexander Green of ?( ?
The other members of &,
aro Miss Grace Adelaide Bess
chairman: Miss Eleanor f ? _
Miss Beatrice J. Boeram, lkfi?. R___?*^
I. Bentley, Miss Ida F tu! L'or'*k.
Gertrude A. L. B.ock.M.? &'.*??
mann, ^?iss Angela C. Coch? ?n'
Mabel Cervantes, Miss Ann? ?l**
Crane, Miss Elizabeth K fl?lHti,5
Edith Anna Crowiey, Miji rS? *?
Edward* Miss Elsie Marie aft/'
Louise H. Gans-, Miss MflbatV8*
lach, Miss Florence M H___*?.G_?ii
Mande A. M. Jane?, Mis, g* **
A. Joseph, Miss Margaret I feS?
Dorothy Adele Kneiael, M?m jSj?*
dohald, Miss Sailie M.* m??C?*
Madeleine L McKeogh, ??W^
Nirais, Miss Marion A CNV? i_*
Margaret Parks Mis, K. F^fc
dergaat, Mibb Art_le B. fcvZz
Miss V. Dorothy P.tts, Mi?j
L. Stevens, M;s? Charlotte B &2i
worth, Mis?; Adrienne'c.So?aiit8^!
Beatrice E. Sillo, Mi? ?*?
Schwoerer, Miss Josephine Ti___T>
?din. lu,
LilJia o,
Beatriz T. Van Saun, Mi? rU?
VVelch and Mis. Grace WillecbttL^
Associate menrbers of theJoai???.
inet: Miss Marie C. Car? MkTv
ginia Carr, Miss h ma G. F?^?*
Jean Banks Walsh and Xi? |4g
Benn Wal.h. ***
The Junior Matrons incisai* m? ??i
colm Voorhees Clark, vie^^
Mrs. Lemuel D.r.smore Bawie wZ'
Karl A. Brahe, Mrs. EavmonTw
Mrs. T. Wright Hare, ' M* j*f5
KiageB, Mrs. Horace E. KelrW K?
Harold L. Lanchantin, Mrs, Uattat
Lisner, Mrs. Georg? E. Morcine? 5JrT
Arthur S. Mawhinney, Mra, A. J.'p-?.
ers, Mrs. Her.ry C. Riefe, Ars. Jt?
Schumacher, Mr:.. Norman Stifer, Ma
Norton I. Virgien and Mrz. Fn??j__.
H. Peper jr.
daysin^be e_?
lis,htf ui Aus?:
climate of Axierii
City ?ai tftffc-t
of trulr -_?*_-.
?tbe Ifegm.
The _H_tj?tt
feote! on-Meat?
?toem. Ab--?*
European ylwfti
proof. A?-?ftsfa.
Detail? ai St??-,
At?antic City
Worlds ?reatest ffotd Smcm
for Quebecs "Wintert
Soon,they*ll be here again. Glorious ?now
and crystal ice. Bracing ozone and bias?
ing sun.... Quebec offers new thrill? in
winter recreation..So, swap your
mashie for a toboggan. Your bathing
beaches for snowfields.... Come up any
time from Christmas to March first.
You'll find Dufferin Terrace a roaring
toboggan slide. The band-park a skating
rink. Citadel Hill a ski-jump, And the
famous Chateau Frontenac a trysting
place for the accepted order of winter*
sportsters..... Plan now when you'll
come. Let the Canadian Pacific Office
arrange your trip. 44th Street and
Madison Avenue, New York. Or, write
Chateau Frontenac, Quebec Canada.

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