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SHARON BALL EPOCH IN CALIFORNIA SOCIAL HISTORY
Miss Louise Janin Makes Her Debut With Reception That Breathes of Exotic Art of the Renaissance
Even Whitman-Crocker Wedding
Breakfast Is Excelled
A great, gorgeous peacock of proud poise and shimmering color, symbol I
of the pomp and magnificence of medieval courts. ; c beauty and |
splendor of the wonderful reception and ba!i given last evening at the j
Palace hotel by Mr. and Mrs. Frederick William Sharon in honor of Mi?s
Lotttse Janin, daughter of Mrs. George H. Mendell Jr.
In a regal setting suggestive of a return to the richer, more exotic art
of the renaissance, when all nature quickened under the influence of a subtle i
rting. the society folk of San Francisco, bidden by the Sharons to meet {
the newest debutante, bade time turn backward, and for an evening dwelt in
the luxuriant garden of a Venetian palace.
The decorations of the great ballroom of the hotel were the most i
:d and lavish that could be conceived, and the glory of the event out
shines any entertainment in the social history of California, not except
even the Whitman-Crocker wedding breakfast. Wealth and art contributed
:r all to make of the ballroom a scene of beauty incarnate—a fit setting
for the introduction to society of one of California's most favored belles.
The room was transformed into a garden pavilion of growing plants
and budding flowers, and fountains, pergolas, ioge>, with long vistas of
onlit terrace and lawn to be seen in the distance through green arb
AH the windows in the ballroom had
been removed and outside temporary
buildings were erected to protect the
fountains and landscape paintings that
x hack from the windows. From
the inside the effect was one of a Io»s i
cola. where a half dozen silvery]
fountains splashed in the moonlight |
against a background of earth and
sky.
The windows at the south end of the
ballroom gave view of a, spacious lofje
of the early renaissance type, marked
*t the opening with white, fluted col
umns, with an arch above In the cen
ter was an Immense fountain, sur
mounted by a statue of Piping Par.
■ hich a hidden spotlight threw it?
radiance, making a. rainbow of th'
spraying jets of water.
kture graveled walks, carefully
en beds of rare, delicate
-->ms and lighted by tiny electric
lamp- nded the fountain. In
the background, caryatides, or termina:
figur- I out against the dim
m o
ORA\(,E TREE?* IV DECORATIONS
American beauties, chrysanthemums.
"las, pink and ■white azaleas and
-.r-.en were used in profusion in
B walls' and the pillars
of the loges. Scores of orange trees.
fruit half concealed
In the dark green of the foliage, aiade
rt cf the decorative pan. Apple
- s. richly laden with fruit, sug
ted the harvest.
In each of the four corners of the
ballroom stood wide, ■white fountains.
ily splashing above the sound of
m the hidden orchestra.
golden candelabra, each with
n white incandescent lamps in the
of candles, were placed at \nr
t»rvals around the room, ■with garlands
of golden blossoms suspended between.
IT 4 MAX PAVILION IS SCHEME
- benches of wood and plaster.
to give the appearance of stone, took
rlace of chairg. To «i»e last de
■ if decoration of an Ital
pavilion! ■was carried out.
n, just off the main bal!
wai rrawie to resemble the in
• ued tent. Folds of
material in different coi-
ors hursr from a % - elvet covered center
An arched arbor of green led
r.s room.
Mrs. Sharon and Mr< U l U and
who assisted them la
• spiests. stood in a
spells --.ed colonnaded doorway
to the right of the main entrance to
the ballroom. Mrs. Sharon was gowned
in white gold brocade, trimmed
pearls, and the guest of honor.
Janin. was a picture in white
broca-ie. ried a spray of
-
In the r- M were Mrs, Fred-
Miss Janin. Mrs. George
H Mendel] Jr. Frederick Sharon. Dr.
i -• H. Mendell Jr.
TELEPHONE COMPANY IS
TO BE SUED BY CITY
Violation of Franchise Is
Ground on Which
Action Is Based
r.—B. F. Woolner,
city attorney. Is to b« instructed in a
few days by the city council that the
Home Telephone company, & corpora
tion recently merged with the Pacific
States Telephone and Telegraph com
had violated a provision of the
ter under which a franchise was
granted by Oakland. February 2, 1906.
Steps to bring suit for a bond of $100.
--000 filed by the corporation with the
th<~ M was granted
be taken. Woolner is now prepar
•ta for the suit and it Ifl to he
-Aad>' shortly after the council shall ask
for the action.
was recently brought in San
Franc:? o to dissolve the merger of
th*> two companies and was lost. Woo'.
n*r v te different proceedings
and wiii sue the old Home company as
-.'ate entity. The bond is now in
-sion of City Auditor George
and the legal action is to be
against the bondsmen, of whom
P. E. Bowles, president of the First Xa
'<. is one.
John Forrest, commissioner of reve
nd finance, said today that he was
in favor of the suit and it Is under
stood that the other commissioners
the action to be brought. The
suit was contemplated shortly after
the merger was announced, but iv
has as yet been done. One incentre
for the action is based upon numerous
complaints made to the city since the
r of poor service rendered since
company was taken over by
•es company.

ESTRANGED WIFE SAVES
PROPERTY OF SICKLES
Again Par*-* Jodgmcnt Amlnat Noted
Civil War Geit«ral and Avert*
Audi on Sale
NEW YORK. Dec. s.—Mrs. Daniel E.
s=, estranged wife of the noted
war general, came to hie relief
again today, as on a similar occasion
not long ago, and averted an auction
sale of bis war relics and ether prop-
The case had been attracting so much
tion that Sheriff Harburger's panel
of jurymen, including many million
aire*, had pledged sums to cover the
5 ".000 which a bank held
against the aged veteran.
n hearing of Mrs. Sickles* action,
Sheriff Harburger today returned the
money subscribed.
MISS LOUISE JAN IN'
THE GUESTS AT THE SHARON BALL
Leonard A] Mite Correaah de Foe
' Mrs. Charles O. Alexan-'Mi*- Vera tie Sabla
d«r , Mr>. Je=*ie Bowie Eet-
Ml«s Harriett Alciacder I
kAiglas AJ«Jtauder I** Cordobe de Garmeo
W j;h:n?toi Ames ' dia
Mrs. Wortbiagton Anae* 3lr - » D d Mrs. Albert
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aβ-' ~D ll* lef
<jMTk»o . oe Dooeboe
B?riao Anc.; ,j ls , Xewcfl Drown
iTle Anderuo Mr. and Mr*. William
ew4n Anneby m
E. Kay mend Armsbr Frank Drum
Staaler Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Henry
; Mr. and Mrs. William: Footer Dntton
Babrock V \V. Pennater
: Mrs. Richard Bajnr Mis-s Marian D:ck«oa
I Pnilip Baker Samuel Day
Mr. and Mr-. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. TbomM
Baldwin ■ Driacr*!!
•i* , RaTlard Bowie I>err: k
Barroo ,iir. ar.d Mrs. Ben jam in
Kvelyn Barren , Dibbiee
Mr. and Mr.«. Ward F. Mr. and Mrs. Francia H.
Barron Paris
M' mad Mr*. Traxtun Et«b Eians
B»-»lo [Harry F.vaes
Mi«e l«at>el Beav, r . ;r F.tsd^
Mr. &D4l Mrs. Edward
Berry Ejre
gsoa B«rrT Mr. and Mrs. Perrj Eyre
. Berrbeau M*rr Erre
EOward Pupiessls Bey-;Fe!t«j Elkina
•».->j : :i ree
• phie Beylard WiiUam Fisher
Mia j>imif Blair i.Vra Jane Flood
Mr un-i Mrs. Gordon Mr. aad Mrs. James
Bianding iger
tt« Blinding Mr. *ad Mrs Jame*
Klhcabe-tb Brier Follis
- l.»trz BUniinjr Sidney !
Mrs. George C. Board- Arthur Ford
•■naa ana Foster
Mr and Mr*. George C. M'lss Martha Fovter
BoerJman Bcbtrt Chester
Mr. . i :•■! B. I
Soardman M:m Angts«ta Fonte
i Mr. and Mb. T. Dan- Mr. and Mrs. T. Carf
forth Boarrtaian ?nd«»r
Roger B<v-j R. I«..ujrles Ftj
. H.rb*rt . rt Doaglas
j Mr. ar.i Un. William Fry
Bo'jru Charle* Felton
» Barry Bowie iArtbdr Foster
, Frifr;!!ani*r Bowie Mr. Mrs. Farr
■ MelTllie Bowman ;Mr. ami Mrs. Lawrence
; Mr. and Mrs. George D.: Fuller
Boyd v Mrs. Richard
I Xhß Loyiee Boyd --.in
*kj Barton Jr. Glrrln
».*n BreckeatM-Mljte Fracfc Goad
■ Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. WiliHm GoldstMrosgh
Broedea < hanacey
I Mr. and Un. John 0t:» Mr. md Mr*. Joeepfe D.
Barrage j Ur.nt
Or»tt : - Millee
Mn. Charles Brichmia (Jriffith
! Mlm Kate BUgbain lima
m Brigham >troa
I Dr. and Mrs. Pfefll;
King Brown »-rt GoaSd
Dr .-nd Mr> E<lWi.- q Garritt
K*iiv Browneil ~> Hxry Gayley
I Wiiiiam Byrne irey
Bu? fcinirhnm Joba C. Gilltnore
I Charles Buckingham I . S. A
;>d Mr«. Francis
irant
Jamei Brceef
; - S. A ifiyij&nwigh
M*ior Sasiael Bottoms. Mr. «nd Mr.-. Welllag-
U. S. A. ■ antt Jr.
THE SAX FRANCISCO CALK FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1912.
Debutante in whose honor ball was given; her mother, Mrs. George H. Mendell Jr., and glimpse of the beautifully decorated ballroom.
i Mr. and Mrs. EdwardTli* Misses Gregg
Bruirgar Mies Alice Hager
I Mr. and Mrs. Brown J Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
Miss Helen Bt-rthoau : Hamilton
SFr. Beck * Lieuteuant , Ralph C.
Dr. W. W. Bcardmaa i Harrison. C. S. A.
Arthur Brown : Harwood
Charles Beldeo SMr. and Mrs. Robert G.
' Mr. and Mr*. James Hayue
Bisbop Mrs. Hearet
Mr. and Mrs. Charles: Mr. and Mrs, Anthony
Baldwin , Hell man
Doaald Craig |Richard Hellman
Xllse Gertmie 'William F. Herrin
Mr. and Mrs.. Charles 1 Miss Kate Herrln
Terapletcn Crocker Dr. Morris Herzstein
Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Dtiwell
Cr'jcker ■ Hewitt
Jos»|j!j Crockett Wetter Hob*rt
Mm Evelyn Cunrsiag Mr. «:id Mrs. Harry Hol
ham brook
Ml" OneTiore Canning-Mr, and Mrs. Osgood!
ham t Hooker
May- S. \. !m»ss Jennie Hooker
Christmas
Suggestions
Smoking Jackets
$5 to $25
Dressing Gowns
$10 to $35
Bath Robes
$3.50 to $20
Stocks Complete—Best
Selections Now.
We Issue Merchandise
Orders in All Depis.
HASTINGS
CLOTHING CO.
Post and Grant Aye.
rviie ne Hopkins
Dr. S. K.H ;k.i;f>
Mr. »e<s George
Howard
Walter Un*h
- Hill
Captiia Harry Howland.
I. 8. A-
Major Harris, r. S. A.
aeary Hadley
Arthur Hadley
Lieutenaut Jsme* How
oil. B. S. N
Mr*. Waiter Hobart
Alfred Holme*
Dr. and Mr* R. CL Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Samoel
Hopkins
Mr. a u<l Mrs. Horatic
Melinsaß
Mi— Margaret Holmes
Miss rioride Hont
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
il'.'lman
Mr. nri Mrs. WlUiacs
<;. ''wla
ex Piscbel
Miss S*>pic pjschel
Llevftroaot Conger
Pratt. V. S. A.
Carnain Arthur Poiilon,
1. & A.
Reginalij Paget
Arthor Paget
Mr. and Mrs. George
Page
Major William Powell.
f. 8 M. I .
Joseph Parrott
Mr. and Mrs. Horary
Pilishury
Mr. and Mrs. Edwtrd
Mr. atnl Mrs. Gerald
Rathboae
Helsey Rixford
Mr*. Jataes Bobinton
Miss Eleanor Bobinson
Dr. Trary Russell
IrTin RtoMer
Ualph
Gaston Roaseey
Dr. Bathganger
Mr. RT..I Mrs. Alberi
R-:s-f-: ■
William Bandol
Mr. and Mrs. William
E. Sharon
::th Sharon
Mi*s Esther Sharon
Robert Sharon
Mr and Mrs. Reml P.
Scbwerln
Mr. and Mrs. Henry T,
Scott
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
I. Scott
Pre«v>tt Scott
Harry Scott
Dr. and Mrs. Gram
S*! fridge
Mr*. J. de Bartb Short
Mr. and Mrs. Jaxnci
King Steele
Harry Simpkins
Mr. and Mrs Sidney V
Smith
m Smith
Sidney .Smith.
Mb Smith
Mtw« Alice Harrison-
Smith
Mr. an<! Mrs. H. Mac
Donald Spencer
Mr. end Mrs. Richard
Spragne
Miw Barbara Sutt^n
Mr. and Mr*. John
CbeeTer Cowden
John Cugbiag
A. A. CntiJerbertson
Ralston Cortii
Carlton Cartts
Alexander Craighead
Captain and Mrs. Martla
Crimnjios
C. Certain.
Mfa>s Maye Celhorn
Mrs. Clarence Cary
. Ernest Clewe
T John Clewe
j Mrs. John A. Darling
MS- Helen Dean
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L.
Dean
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Deer ing
Mr. an<i Mrs. Christian
de Gutgne
1 George de Long
I Mr. and Mrs. William
Denman
Miss Elra de Pne
Miss Virginia Jolllffe
i Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Jowelyn
I Mis* Marjorie Joeselyn
* Mi>s Loaise Janin
, Robert Jacob Jr.
I William Jackson
; Lieutenant Jatnee. U.
S. K.
; Ufma Helen Jwes
Jonathan Kittle
T.Jtura Kaufman
: Mr* Charles Keener
Charles Keeoey
! Dr. and Mrs. James
Ward Keener
Nina Kent
i I'latt Kent
I Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
Keyes
<Mr and Mrs. Homer
King
'ieneTiere King
1 Miss Haxel King
i Frank King
i Mr. and Mrs. William
I. Kip
I Mr. and Mr* Joan C.
Kirkpa trick
Allen Kittle
j J<.hn C. Kittle
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Knight
Frauk Kennedy
Mr. and Mrs. George
W. Kelhani
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
KittrSdge
Sherman Kimball
Mr. and Mrs William
Alan Kirkp&trtck
Dr. and Mrs. Henry •«
Kiernstedt
? Ixsrell Langstroth
Frank LaDrstroth
Mr. and Mrs Eagene
I^nt
Elizabeth LiTer
more
Stewart Lowery
E<lmnnds Lytnan
CHnt«n )a Mootagne
W. Shew Lipnian
Mr. Leib
George Leib
Mrs. Agnes Laar-Leon
ard
Mr. and Mrs. John
Lawaon
Uonel Lindsay
j J. S. r.sirsson
■fc Christmas In One Happy Home ] M
DEAR TOM: pj
v Only three weeks more and then Christmas . '
and you. The children and I are all excited with f^
r *j the plans we are making. .-.
rSW You would never guess the big feature. It is I^
afore a Christmas concert with the Autopiano. The V-*
~al> children have worked so happily perfecting their Ife?
"pieces." Even little Beth has a part —she chose <3a* '
|» "Holy Night"—and she does so well. Edith, of -*
pj£ course, plays like an artist. £&
Pg# Tom, dear, I wish I could think of something
fg|| this year which would give you the happiness and jjj/£
|S&fc comfort that your gift last year has given me. The at C
frefi Autopiano that you gave me last Christmas is the
best and chummiest friend I have in all the world '$£*&.
■•Oβ outside of you and the children. And the best
Shi part of it is, it always feels just as I do. 9\*
Ijggg When I'm expecting you home from a trip the ;;-—-:
music fairly bubbles with laughter. g^
P9 Be sure and plan to get home Christmas Eve. rSts
yrk We are counting the days, and all send love to Op
mi daddy. Your own NELL. ~jfl
8«?$i Tom got the Autopiano at Eil««rs Music House. 975 Mar- w^St 1
<k\V ket street. They are giving the use of five hundred rolls ?Hk
of music free to Christmas buyers this year. And they ;-'j*
-&1m ar * open every evening until Christmas. I^ot
1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry
1 Stetson
Mrs. Augurtice Strick
land
Parmaster Grey Skip
with. T . S. X.
Lieutenant Commander
David Sellers
Mr*. David Sellers
Xorbert Sborb
Miss Olga Senulre
Mr. and Mrs. William
Sproole J
! Mr. an-1 Mrs. Russell 1
Selfridge
[Miss Cora Smedberg
I Henry Stanbenry
Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Spre^kels
Mr. and Mrs. Bobert 1
H*ys< gmith
-<lebotham
Mr. ami Mrs. Artgmtam
Tevts
- Mr. and Mrs. William
i Taylrtr
I Mr. and Mrs William ,
Hinoklpy Taylor
, I>r. Harry TeTi*
Mr. awl Mrs. William
' S T.ris
i Lloyd TVvis
William Tevis
• Tensing Tevl*
flllflllWl T^rjs
Miv* <;ertrnde Thomas
Wiiarton Tharston
Fr^lTifk Tlllman
Cyril Tobin
, Mr. and Mrs. Edward I
■ J. T
I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S.
I Tobin
fChspin Tab!w
jjohn Twie?:*
i Allen Taylor
Mr. ami Mrs. James
Ellis Tucker .
Vmylita Talbot
j Mr. and Mrs. Geraalne
Vincent
• Baron and Baroness too
' Schrneder
(M;«s Edith Ton Schroe
' d*»r
lilai Jaoet Ton Schroe
i der
'■ Arthnr Vincent
?Darcy Van B«kkeien
: Walter Van Bokkelen
Colonel and Mrs. F.
; yon Sohrader
Mr. and Mrs. Henry P.
Umbsen
j Mr. and Mrs. Talbot
Walker
J Bradley Wallace
.Mrs. S. O. Wheeler
Helen Wbeeler
jAlfred Wbeeler
j M!*r Corona Williams
iWHberforee Williams
• Miss Joy Wilson
Mr and Mrs. Moostford
Wilson
Mrs. Rossell Wilson
!C«4onel and Mrs. Ham
ilton Wallace
I Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin
W ■■»:
'Miss Helen Wright
: Harrey Wright
Eiljterton Wrigbt
i Allen Wright
: Mis* Louise Wallack
j Miw Dora Wian
I Edrlc Wolseley
I Carol MoAfe*
Edwin Me Af c*
{ Mr. and Mrs. Elliott
McAJHster
Mr. m<! Mrs. Ball Me
Allister
Mlm Ethel McAllister ■
i or i» McAJlteter
I Mr. and Mrs. Peter ;
Moßfsn
Mr. and Mrs. Francis.
M<M YttlßS
Miss Laura McKlnstry I
Mr. aod Mrs. Norman:
McLaren
; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick j
McXear
■ Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Macdooald
j Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Macijavin
i Knox Maddcx
Ward MailUrd
Ernest Milliard
■■ Mrs. E'lward Martin
: iOm Eliza McMallen
I Miss Sallie Mayoard
' .Mr. and Mm Oeorge
Mrade!! Jr.
M. r. Mi.-tiael
! Mr. and Mrs. H. M. A.
MilJer
Herry Millar
Sninm Mills
• Lansinr Mizner
I Dr. ac»f Mrs. Hprlxr*
M.ffitt
i Mr. an.! Mrs. S.
Id
Kenneth MtMJW
R*>v. Edward Morgan
Mt» Arabella Morrow
ifr acd Mrs. Daniel
Marpfcy
Edwerd Maclntyre
Major Generfl ami Mrs.
» Arthur Murray. U.
S. A.
Tbornwel! Mn'.lellr.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Macintosh
I Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Martin
i Mies Marie McHenrr
Mr. and Mrs. Georg*
Newhall
Mr. and Mrs. William
Mart* Newball
Miss Margaret Nirb«ls
Miss Beatrice Nickel
Miss Rose Nieto
Mis* Joeepbine Nieto
5 Nickel
John C. Xewlands
Frank Noors*«
Miss* lAly O'Connor
Miss Mam! O'Connor
Mr. acd Mrs James
Otiß
Mt«e Cora Oti«
Mis* Fredcricka Otis
Frank Owen*
Miss Leslie Page
William R. Page
John Parrott
; Mr< Louis Parrott
I Philip Pa*cbel
Xteadnc Payne
I Cltrenee Payne
\ Bert Payne
- Kate Peterson
i Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Pierce
Mr. and Mrs. Willis
Polk
Mr. and Mrs. George
Pope
I Mr*. Me*** Wjroe*
«yril Wynne
!*:dnpy M«>«es Wynne
Madge WHeon
Philip We«»*ort
Dorothy Williams
GmA WAlff
Bthri Whitmlre
John Yneo?
Frt-dfrick Yoang
Mice Harriett Poineroy
Mr. and Mrs. Carter P.
Poineroy
Mr and Mrs. Orrille C.
Pratt
Mr. and Mrs. E. Cor
Hilton Pringle
Sydney Pringle
Arthur Payne
Lieutenant Pegram. U,
S. A.
Centemeri
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SPECIALS
Another Great Bargain Sale
A complete range of sizes in
2 clasp overseam Kid, white, tan, fl
gray and navy. X IMB I^^^
2 clasp Pique Suede in pearl, I ||i |j|
gray and black e| Wα ■H^
1 clasp English Cape in white, Bfll
tan, gray and black- •. •• M I
3 clasp Suede in gun metal or k k Mmf
dark gray. Regular prices I V fejSP ,
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75
2 Pearl clasp Pique Kid, well as- WS jig BB
sorted colors and black. H mm if
Regular $2.00 quality I B&
1 Pearl clasp Mocha Gray. gg
Reguar $11.50 quality Iβ P^B^
Balance of 8 button Suede. A H —~
broken line, white and black. n|
Regular $2.25 quality p| T
3 clasp Suede, best quality.
White, mode, pongee and
pearl. Regular price $1.75 ...
2 clasp Pique Kid. Pink, sky
and dark green. Regular prices Ife^
$1.50 and $2.00 W^
3 clasp Black Glace. tot,
Regular price $1.50 |Bk I Bk^\
Broken line in 2 clasp French | Hj™ vm
Lamb. Tan, black and green. B§ M
Regular $1.25 stock I MIM
8, 12 and 16 button Mousque-
taire Glace. Broken assort-
ment in red, green, blue and
nile. Regular price $2.75,
$3.25 and $3.75 /
Centemen Glove orders done up in dainty sachet pack
ages, an acceptable gift for man, woman or child.
P.CENTEMERI & CO.
153 GEARYSLnearSTOCKTON
GORGEOUS GOWNS
ARE IN ACCORD
WITH FUNCTION
Rich Costumes Worn by
Women Guests Harmon
ize in a Maze of Bewil-
dering Beauty
Never hae San Francisco society be
held more iforipeous costumes then
; those which were worn to laet even-
gowns was in perfect accord with the
! character of the decoration and the re
sult was bewildering in its beauty. Fer
t'-e most part the gowns were of bro-
I cade or satin, in white or in the pastel
shades, and the trimmings varied from
handmade lace to silver and gold, or to
' crystal embroideries.
The gowns of the hostess and her
quests of honor were among those re
marked for grace of outline and beaatr
f>{ design. Mrs. Frederick Sharon wore
a rich costume of white a*sd gold bro
cade, embroidered with pearls and
' adorned with costly lace.
Mr*. George H. Mendeil Jr.. the
mother of the debutante, was gowned
in apricot velvet paneled In blue bro
cade and embellished with point ap
plique lace. Her jewels 'were dta-
Miss Janln was a radiant
debutante In a robe of white and sil
ver brocade, which was trimmed with
silver bands outlined with pearls.
, About the shoulders was draped a
shawl of white chiffon, edged with
; pearls. The costume was completed by
I a shower bouquet of white orchlde en
meshed with maiden hair and white
tulle.
Mr*. Janes Otic wore a robe ©f white lar*.
with m tonic nf black eh!*™. The trimraln*
■round the neck and eleere* was of freen.
Mrs. Frank Anderson wa» in gray brocade,
elaborated wi;h *y< , .
Mrs. Wlllard Chamberlain appeared In her
bridal costume of wbite l*ory satin and point
applique lace.
Mr*. Jame* Keesrr wore white brocad*. drmped
in dachess lace.
Mre. Charles K«>nfj wore Waek lace orer
••tin spanKled with jet.
Mrs. Talbot W«lker w»e radiant in a rob* «f
hJack pan TeUet. with an nndenkirt ot pick
natin. The robe was eiDbelliebed with lace and
studded with sapphire* and rbie*»«foee». At th
waist was fa<«tene«l « Aeserlean beaetr
< ontlnue-d on Pace Iβ, Colama 8
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