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Family Reunions Mark
Feast of Thanksgiving j The great national feast of Thanks giving is a thing of the past, but its memories will continue to live and will extend far beyond the light and color and groaning boards back to the j very heart of home. Essentially it is] a home day. "Back to the farm" for those who have them, and for the others back to the home roof tree, wherever it may be. Thanksgiving and Christmas. They are the days of family reunions and rejoicing. Coun try homej are thrown open for the holidays and house parties of chil dren and grandchildren are enter tained. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hopkins gave a large party Thursday evening, the entire family gathering in the Hop kins home at Menlo Park for the af fair. The group included Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Will Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick McNear, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hopkins and Mr. and Mrs. Cheever Cowdin, and their respective children. Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Pease opened their home in Redwood City for the same purpose and entertained Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Pease, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Watson, Richard H. Pease Jr. and Arthur AVatson. "The Highlands." the hospitable home of Mrs. Isaac Requa. was the scene of another- merry gathering when she entertained at dinner Mr. and Mrs. Mark Requa. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Worden, General and Mrs. Fitzalan Long. Mrs. A. X. Towne, Miss Amy Long, Miss Sally Long, Miss Amy Requa. Miss Elizabeth Requa and Lawrence Requa. I Mrs. Parrott Gives Dinner at "Baywood" Mrs. Abby M. Parrott also held a family reunion, opening the old home. Baywood. in San Mateo, to children and grandchildren and great grandchildren. Mrs. Robert Y. Hayne Sr. and the countess de la Lande as sisted their mother in receiving. The Joseph Donohoes had dinner with Mrs. Emilie Donohoe and were the only members of the Parrott clan in California to be absent from the re union. Among those present were Mr and Mrs. Edward J. Tobin, Captain and Mrs. A. H. Payson, Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Young Hayne. Mr. and Mrs. Chrls tien de Guigne. Miss Emilie Parrott. Miss Josephine Parrott. Miss Douglas- Dick, Christien de Guigne Sr., John Parrott Sr., Joseph Parrott, William Parrott and the three great-grand children. Mrs. George W. McNear Sr. was hotess to one of the largest gather ings held in California on Thanks giving day. From San Francisco, Petaluma and various points in Ala meda county the company came to enjoy the annual feast at her hos pitable board. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. George W. McNear, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bowles, Mr. and Mrs. Seward B. McNear, Mr. and Mrs. John A. McNear, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Johnson Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Korbel, Miss Ernestine MrN'ear, Miss Louise McNear, Denman McNear. Barroll McNear, George McNear and George Bowles. *» — A. A. Moores Eenlertain at Large Gathering •• _ «. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Moore were din ner hosts Thursday at their home in Oakland to another large group, in cluding Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Moore Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Starr, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Valentine, Miss Margaret and Miss Ethel Moore. * * * Mrs. Rem! Chabot invited all her daughters to bring their families to the Thanksgiving dinner. Seated ah mt the board were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dieckman. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bocqueraz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knight and Mrs. J. P. Dunne. Tn Ross Valley, Mr. and Mrs. John Martin entertained a party, and In San Rafael the A. W. Fosters opened their home to a host of relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Sherman, Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Draper, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keuchler, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Foster, Miss Lou Foster, Miss Martha Foster, Ar thur Foster, Eenjamin Foster, Will Foster and Leonard Abbot were among those who enjoyed the affair. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Selfridge Sr. were hosts at a Thanksgiving party at their home in California street, bidding to the affair Mrs. Frederick Kellond, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Selfridge Ji., Mr. and Mrs. Russell Selfridge and M. I* Selfridge. Mrs. Eleanor Martin as usual en tertained a family gathering at her attractive home in Broadway, her guests being Mr. and Mrs. J. Downey Harvey, Baron and Baroness Yon Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mar tin, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Barron, Miss Edith Yon Schroeder and Miss Janet Yon Schroeder. I Miss Shreve Ma^es Debut at The Dansant j The "The Dansant" will make its first appearance today as a <-tJmlng out party, the debutante to be introduced to the world of society being Miss Rebecca Shreve. Mr. and Mrs. George Rodman Shreve have engaged the Century club in Franklin street to be the setting lor one of the most bril- Society News of the Week Mant functions of the season and have converted it with a profusion of flow ers and fernery into a fairyland of beauty. American beauty roses, bridesmaid and bride and Gloire de Roi roses', will vie with chrysanthe mums, rhododendrons, lilies and or chids and a wealth of other blossoms in lending warmth, fragrance and color to the scene. Assisting the hosts and their daughter In receiving the guests will be: Mrs. Robert G. Hooker Mrs. Louis F. Mon- Mrs. Joiin M. yon teagle Menr i Mrs. Frederick R. Mrs Snrnnel B. Welch King Mrs. William J. Dodfce Mrs. Leslie D. Whit Mrs Wakefield Baker , ney Mrs William R. Sber-.Mlss Gertrude O'Brien wood I Miss Elizabeth Oyster Mrs. Eflgene Lent j Miss Glsela Haslett Mrs. H. M. A. Miller j Miss Dorothy Greaves Mrs! William 11. Lai Miss Floreuce Greaves Boyteaux j Miss Ruth I/orlng Mrs. Walter P. Treat j Miss LeaTe Treat Mrs. Robert .1. Woods! Miss Myra Treat Mrs. Robert ('. Bolton; Miss Henrietta Hand- Mrs. Laurence Lynch i son Smith Some of those who will call this afternoon are: Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. G. Dr. and Mrs. Philip Miller King Brown ' , t-«, Mr. and Mrs. Chaun- Mr and Mrs. Chanel' _ „ v „ ,', ' h cey Boardman Mclntosn i Mr am) Mfs Fred p r . Mr. and Mrs. Walter; | C k Kobl Martin ! Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin' Foster Dutton Wood Mr. and Mrs. H. C. r-„„„ Breeden Mr and Mrs. George Mr >nd Mrj w>M<>r lj * nl MacGavln Mr. and Mrs. Oscar; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cooper B. Ford Mr. and Mr«. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Robert L Colemin Oxnard Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Colonel and Mrs. Ham- Welch (Hon Stone Wallace Mrs. Bertjaa Welch j Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Lau-i otls ranee Irving Scott ;jjr. and Mrs. John C. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney! Wilson V Smith |Mr. and Mrs. Talbot Mr. and Mrs. Norman i Walker Mcl-areu .Mis* Sadie Murray Bishop and Mrs. Wll- Miss Augusta Foiite Ham Ford Nichols Miss II bod a Pickering Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miss Beatrice Nickel Mills Miss France* Howard Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miss Frederlka Otis Draper |Mlss Cora Otis Mr. and Mrs. William Miss Janet Coleman H. Crocker Miss Sophie Bevlard Mr. and Mrs. William Miss Vers de Sahla G. Irwin Miss Ruth Zeile Mr. and Mrs. Temple- Miss Marlon Zeile ton Crocker Mi«« T.ena Blandlng Mr. and Mrs. Cheever Miss Harriet Alexan Cowdln ' der Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Miss Marie Louise Har- Taylor rlniiion Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miss Lucille John* Drlacoll j Miss Cora Smith Mr and Mrs. Edward Miss 1-eslie Page J. Tobiii U .- • Marjoric Page THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL", SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1913 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miss Corona Williams A. Ixmohoe j Miss Mary Gayley Mr and Mrs. Homer Misa Theresa' Harrison s. King ,Miss Ruth Wel«h Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph' Miss Lee Girvln Sprerkels Miss Helen Wrieht Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miss Elizabeth Brice <'re<R-e!l Miss Louise .Tanin Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miss Helen .lone* Willlard I Misa Beth Livermore Mr. ted Mrs. Marshall Miss Virginia JolifTe Wallaeii Miss Gertrude Jollffe Mr aud Mrs. George Miss Genevieve King Pope Miss Enid Gregg Mr and Mrs. OsgoonlMlss Marie Louise Hooker I Black Mr. and Mrs. William! Charles Blythe Bowers Bourn Captain Herbert Brees Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edward Mclntyre Casserley I Alfred Woolsey Mr. and Mrs.' Joseph! Wharton Thurston Sadoc Tobln [ Dudley Gnnn Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid I Enrique GrtU Chapman i Walter Hush Mr. and Mrs. Henry Maurice Barclay Hamilton Sherwood 'Henry Brett Mr. and Mrs. James!Piatt Kent Flood 'Frank Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. George Bert Payne H Howard Raymond Armsby Mr. and Mrs. Edward [Gordon Armsby Howard Gayle Anderton Mr. and Mrs. Harry j Rudolph Bertheau Holbrook * Ffllx Eniith Mr. and Mrs. Willard jJ. W. Byrne Chamberlain Herbert Goold Mr. aud Mrs. WllllamjCharles V Felton Jr Babeock Stuart Haldron Mr. and Mrs. Downey[Joseph Domolioc Harvey lorhett Moody Dr. and Mrs. A. Baker: Kenneth Mon teagle Spalding Paige Mon*eagle. + . + I Two Dancing Clubs to Hold Meeting, Tonight j A Thanksgiving dance will he held this evening in Sequoia Club hall, when the little club formed by Mrs. Carey Frledlander and Mrs. Frank Rohner will meet for the first time this season. There are only 100 mem bers in this organization, the entire body having been chosen from the younger married set of the city. Se quia hall will be gayly decked for the event with Christmas berries and win ter foliage, the warmth of coloring being enhanced by lighted Chinese lanterns in shades of red. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. Carey Friedlander, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hobart, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Fraser Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Welling ton Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fen- Mrs. Gaillard Stoney (left) and Mrs. Alfred Baker Spalding (right) wick, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Young, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Benjamin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Itohner, Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Oddie, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mul gardt and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wright are among the members. » ♦ # At the Claremont club this evening there will be a meeting of the danc ing club for the elite of Berkeley. Piedmont, Claremont and Oakland. All the delightful new dances of the year, including the castle walk, the hesitation waltz, the one step, the dip, the tango and the Spanish tango will be on this evening's program. Among those who will attend the gathering are the Herbert Browns, the Harry Farrs, the Wigginton Creeds, the Al Moores, the Wallace Alexanders, the Walter Starrs, the Wickham Havens, the Edward Engs, the Horatio P.onestalls, the Edward Lacey Braytons. the Coogans, the Walshs, the William Pierce Johnsons, the Herons, the McNears, the Nevilles, the Minor Goodalls, the Greenwoods, the Schillings, the Crelllns, the De Gollas, the John Valentines, the Wil liam Whites, the Sharons, the Poaeys, the Creeds, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Titus, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Havens, Mr. and Mrs. Granville Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nicholls, Mr. and Mrs. Moffltt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chickering, Miss Hen shaw, Walter Leimert, Mrs. Harry Maxwell, Mrs. Henry Miles Bull, Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Henshaw. I Benefit Card Party For U. D. C. Chapter j Jefferson Davis chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy will hold a large card party this afternoon, the affair being given as a benefit for their organization. The function will be held In the red Toom of the St. Francis hotel, where tables for bridge and five hundred will be placed. Mrs. Horace Davis, president of the chapter, will be assisted in re ceiving by Mrs. Charles S. Pond, Mrs. William O. Minor. Mrs. Andrew M. Davis, Mrs. James M. Gassaway, Mrs. George H. Cabanfss. Mrs. Charles M. Dougherty, Mrs. Randolph Miller. Mrs. Robert Cave, Mrs. Frank L. Adams, Mrs. J. C. Queen, Mrs. Robert Chester Foute, Mrs. I. Lowenberg, Miss Dangerfield, Mrs. Lee R. Smith, Mrs. Marshall Hale and Mrs. William Drennan. A group of hostesses have been ap pointed to preside over the tables, a certain number being given to each. They will be Mrs. Coburn, who is also in charge of the tea committee; Mrs. Le Yin, Mrs. Deering. Mrs. Berlin. Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Hollscher, Mrs. Marsh, Miss Queen and the Misses Coombs. *'#~* '. ' Dr. and Mrs. William E. Hopkins write from New York that they plan to come west the first week in Decem ber so that they may be here to spend the Christmas holidays. Since their return from Europe, where they spent the spring and summer, they have been sojourning in the eastern me tropolis and have been extensively en tertained by the elite of New York. *«*•» # * Mrs. Charles G. Norris and her lit tle son, Frank, and Mrs. Charles Con way Hartlgan and her small daugh ter, Margaret Alden Hartigan, are sojourning In Maryland, whither they have gone that Mrs. Norris may com pletely recover from the result of her recent operation. During their ab sence Miss Kathleen Thompson is vis iting in Port Washington as a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Rose Benet. * # # Miss Luoile Levy left a few days ago for a three weeks' visit in Los An geles. Neu> Dances Enjoyed By Married Couples Mrs. Alfred Baker Spalding; and Mrs. Gailliard Stoney, whose pictures appear In today's society page, are two of the most graceful dancers In the Dancing and Bridge club, re- cently formed from the members in the married contingent of society's elect*. The club meets every four weeks in California Club hall, and all the latest fads and fancies of the art of dancing are indulged in by the members. Mrs. Langley Porter, Mrs. James Hall Bishop, Mrs. Alfred Baker Spalding, Mrs. Alexander Keyes, Mrs. George Somers, Mrs. Cullen Welty, Mrs. Thomas Porter Bishop, Mrs. Chauncey Boardman and .Mrs. Regi nald Knight Smith are the patron esses, and the membership Includes, among others: Mr. ami Mrs. Bruce I Mr. ami Mrs. Ferdl- Cornwall nam! Peterson Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brockway Metcalf I Pond Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. aud Mrs. Leonard Whipple J (her.-ry Mr. ami Mrs. Harry I Mr. and" Mrs. Fred F. Davis j Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Pixwell Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davenporr | Godley Mr. am! Mrs. Chaun-'Mr. and Mrs. Randall eey Boardman Stones Mr. and Mrs. Edward ! Dr. and Mrs Cullen Haas I Welty Cantain and Mrs. Orrin Mr ;u " 1 Mrs. Alexander Wolfe j Field Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Mr. '""1 Mrs. John G. Baker Spalding Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Louis ,' Mr. and Mrs. William pierce T. Sesnon Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Mr. anJ Mrs - R«l|»h Ma gee Hurt Dr. and Mrs. H. E. ! Ml - Hml Mrs. Burke Alderson | Hollsdny Mr. sad Mrs. Silas | Mr - »"■' Mrs. Thomas Palmer „ Part « B'*nop Mr. and Mrs. Francis ' Ml „ »'"' Un - William (Jrace H. Slier wo. si Dr. aud Mrs. Alanson P ,* n ' 1 Mrs. «k> Weeks B '*m>l> Mr. and Mrs. RlckS ' „ au, J Mrs. Samuel Herrick Bonn man Major and Mrs. Raid) ' Ir ,. Mrs - Nathan maud P. Young It> a . v ,. „ Mr. and Mrs. Grajson D ' Si »^ r Mrs. George R. Mr ,>n ":;," M~, c. a. rpi, B °™ Mr'W. Smith h 1 Alexander n °' nri ," , , j Mn.. Henry Car ode Dr. and Mrs. Langley Mrs. Jane Colhemum Porter Fred Qreeohamm Mr „..o" Mrs - Ernest MeCormiek « niiar Andrew <;iff.>n Mr. and Mrs. Allan Frederick Meyer Button Oliver Wyroan Mr aud Mrs. Paul Dr. Tracj Russell I Bancroft. Frank Uweu 15 ! Dr. Harry Tevis Host At Brilliant Musicale j An Innovation in methods of social entertainment was the musicale given last Tuesday evening by Dr. Harry Tevis. The function was held in the white and gold ballroom of the Fair mont, which was transformed Into a scene of beauty with a myriad of American beauty roses and fernery. Senor and Madame Emilio de Gorgoza were the singers and charmed the au dience with a brilliant program. Dr. Tevis was assisted in receiving by his sister, Mrs. Frederick Sharon, who was handsome in a robe of white brocade, fashioned minaret style and elaborately trimmed with silver pas sementerie and lace. Madame de Go gorza was regal In a robe of black and oriental brocade embellished with Michael Angelo point lace. Follow ing the musicale the guests enjoyed dancing, the revelry continuing till dawn. The program follows: Duet, Crud>l Perche, "Nozzl dl Figaro".Mozart Monsieur and' Madame de Gogorza. Arioso, "Le Rol de Lahore" Massenet Emilio de Gogorza. "Sapphlscb* ode" Brahma "Der Tod und das Madchen" Schubert "Auf dem wasser zu Singen" Schubert Madame Emma Fames de Gogerza. "Etude co forme de Valse" Saiut-Saeus Henri Gilles. "J'al Pleure en reve" Hue "Mandoline" Debussy "Le Plongeur" ™ [,] " e Emilio de Gogorza. Lair dcs Dlgoux. "Faust" Gounod Madame Emma Fames de Gogorza. Duets. "Trot Here auu' There" Messager "It Was a Lover and His Lass" Walthcw Monsieur aud Madame de Gogorza. "Canto del Presldario" Alvarea "En Calesa" Alvarea -Fl Celosu" Alvarea Emilio de Gogorza. . "Early Morning" P f>p l^, "Sylvelin" Sinding Madame Emma Fames de Gogorza. La of daretu in mano." Don Giovanni".M"Zart Monsieur aud Madame de Gogorza. Among those who accepted. Dr. Tevis' hospitality were: Mr. and Mrs. ltlehard I Colonel and Mrs. Ham Bayue "ton Wallace i m- n.-rIHS^ Phoebe Hearst Mr. and Mrs. t liarles, „ Stewart Hooker A. Baldwin Mrs. Hauuuh Stal 110- Mr. auu' Mrs. Gordon] hart Blandiug Mrs. Eleanor Ms'tln Mr. and Mrs. E. Dv \. r s. James R>>i:isou plessis Beylard .Mrs. Edward Barron Dr. and Mrs. Philip! Mrs. K. B. Coieiu-i.i Kiug Brown ! Miss Harriet Aleiau- Mr. aud Mrs. William u V>r Babcock Mi" Lena Blanding [Mr. and Mr-. William' Miss Sophie Bevlard Bowers Boiiru Miss Jennie Blair Mr. aud Mrs. OSCST] Miss Janet Coleui.in Cooper Miss Vera de Sanla Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mi-* Augusta Ponte Chamberlain i .>n.-s .-.amr Murray Mr. and Mrs. William Mi,* Beatrice Nickel H. Crocker j Miss Rose Nieto Mr. and Mrs. Charles! Miss taavpMM Met a T. Crocker • Mist. Marian N'ew.'ia .t Mr. and Mrs. Robert Misa Gertrude l| Itrieu L. Coleman ; Miss i-iederiea mis Mr. and Mrs. Willard! Miss May Krie llano r Drown IMiss Fa.itiv Iri-d- Mr. and Mrs. Heury laailw Foster Dutton i Miss Lee Girvin Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miss Enid Gr<*ffg J. Dlbblee Miss Virginia JolllTe Mr. and Mrs. John S. Miss Helen Jones Drum .Miss Louise Janin Mr. aud Mrs. Frank i Miss Ge:,->ice Kins Deering • I M.ss Hazel King Mr. and Mrs. EiAvard; Miss BUubetM Kins Eyre j Livernioi.' Mr. aud Mrs. Perry 1 Mis* Cora Morris •»t is Eyre Miss Kllz.ilcrCi Oyster Mr. and Mrs. T. Carey Miss Leslie l*«gV FTiedlander l.Miss CMettfta Sepu'- Mr. and Mrs. James) veda A. Folger ; Miss Cora B. Su.ith Mr. and Mrs. James Miss Dora Winn L Flood I Miss Ethel Whitmoro Mr. and Mrs. Wellirg Miss Hele.i Wright ton Gregg [Miss Ruth Zeile Mr. and Mrs. J. w ;,hj Miss Mai .a i Zeile D. Grant E. Kayii'o id Arm-by Mr. aud Mrs. William Alden Ames (Jeer Hitchcock Douglas Aie\and"r Mr. aud Mrs. Osgood John Gavle Aud.rtou Hooker J. W. Byrne Mr. and Mrs. Harry Henry llr. it Uolbrook - J. F. Bo . i • Mr. and Mrs. George Captain Brees H. Howard Charles BJxtfeC Mr. and Mrs. J. Dow- Rudolph i.ertueuu ney Harvey Maurice Barclay Mr. and Mrs. William Herbert BonuiDelu' G. Irwin j William F. Berry- Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Charles H. Chapman Knlgbt A. A. Cuthbertsou Mr. ana' Mrs. C. Fred Frank G. Drum crick Kohl George de Long Mr. and Mrs. George Robert M. Eyre H. Kclliam | Charles N. Felton Jr. Mr. anil Mrs. Alexan | Herbert S. Goold der LUley I Edward M. Grtenwjy Mr. and Mrs. George | Enrique Orau H. HmhbH Jr. Dudley Guun Mr. ami Mrs. Walter| Major GUmore McGavln . William T. Goldsbor- Mr. ami Mrs. Wultei ougb Martin Henri Gilles Mr. and Mrs. Freder ] L). Hanson Gntbb tck MdMmr Walter S. Hobart Mr. and Mrs. CharU- | g W. Hopkins K. Mcintosh i Morris Hertzateln Mr. anil Mrs. Georg. j Stuart Haldorn A. Newhall I Henry Hadley Mr. and Mrs. Jimti Walter Hush Otis Jr. jPlattaKent Mr. and Mrs. lichen Frank Kenned v Oxcard j Edmunds Lymau Mr. aud Mrs. Zjn Frauk Langatrotti Monroe Ptuckard i Lovell Laugstroth Mr. aud Mre. WUlic I Stewart Lowery | William Lelb Mr. and Mrs. Freder-1 George Lelb tck W. Klisron j Edward Morgan Mr. ami' Mrs. Laurauci' Knox Maddox Irving Scott Edward Mclnryre Mr. and Mrs. Harry i Thornwell Mullally S. Stetaon ' M. P. Mlcnael Mr. and Mra. Grant j George Nick-1 Selfrldge Loring Pickering Mr. and Mrs. Edward j Lien tenant Conger G. Schmieden j Piatt Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herbert Pavne T. Scott Edwin Blchter Mr. and Mrs. William Felix Smith Hinckley Taylor i C. A. Spreckels Mr. and Mrs. Augtls j Alfred Swlnnerton tvs Taylor Robert Sharon Mr. and M.S. William Harry Slmpkiua H. Taylor Jr. Ohaala Tubba Mr. and Mrs. Taglla- ; Warton Thurston petre William C. Van Fleet Mr. and Mrs. Johu, Cyril Wynne C. Wilson Bradley 8. Wallace Mr. aud Mrs. Talbot Alien G. Wright Walker Alfred Woolacy Mr. and Mrs. Mount-; John ZeUu ford Wilson * * * California friends of Royden Wil liamson will rejoice to learn of his latest achievement in New York, where he has been engaged in the pursuit of literature for the last 1" months. Mr. Williamson has launched a new weekly, of which he is editor, and the results of his efforts have found favor throughout the east and west as far as they have ventured. Form is the name of the new publication, which Is a pleasant, chatty review of men, women and things the world over. Weddings, engagements, sports, thea ters, art, literature, music and fash ions are all given space. The pictures are plentiful, interesting and unusual, and the arrangement of the entire pamphlet. Including the type and paper, is designed to please. The one regret for the author's success is that it will probably detain him in the east longer than the couple of years he planned when taking leave a year ago. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Percy V. Long. Mra Nettie Dow and William A. Sexton made up a party which motored last Wednesday to San. Jose to spend the holiday and weekend with Mr. and Mrs. William W. Cray. They will re turn to their homes in this city Mon day. * # * Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gilbert closed their Burllngame home this week and w-ill spend the winter here, at the [lit! Washington apartments.