Clipped From The Pittsburgh Courier
ter - in - law ot Mr. Layton, was charming in. a picturesque frock of black taneta ana deep met lace, one or those period affairs which show Mrs. Cot ton's stately figure at ite best. Mrs. Louis T.i Wright, who was most attractive In a gorgeous blue beadea robe (Mrs. Wright Is noted for the charm of her gowns): Mrs. Howard Bearden was there, too; her usual vivacious self beautifully gowned In a white Parisian creation: Mr a. Harry Austin in an Imported cream lace gown beautifully trimmed with cerise velvet; Mrs. Wiley Wllson'a gown of white satin beaded In rhlnestones and deep crystal fringe was a charming creation: Mrs. Lloyd Thomas In black velvet and rhlnestones was radiant Miss Alella Walker was stately in red georgette trimmed with deep silk fringe; Mrs. J. C Thomas, wife of our affable attorney. J. C. Jr.. was petite in a period frock of gold and flesh: Miss Minerva Lee. Mrs. Layton's younger sister, was quite charming In her nualnt black taffeta gown; Mrs. Marshall Ross was beautifully gowned In flattering white chiffon velvet; Miss Wilhemtns Adams was charming in flesh sequins; Mrs. Vertner Tandy In flesh taffeta seemed to be having most delightful time: Mrs. Ada Howell was fetching In black velvet and gold brocade! Mr a. Carltta Collins. Mrs. J, H. Riley. Mrs. Paul Robeson. Mrs. Minnie S. Patterson. Mrs. Sol Johnson. Mrs. Leonard Blackburn. Mlsa Louise Thompson. Miss Katherlne Jones. Miss Irene Alexander, miss irma wing - ton. Mrs. Douglas Anderson. Miss Beatrice King. Mrs. Colons were among the many friends who were helping show Turner the spirit .of Harlem: Much credit must be given Dr. WU son. Mr. Thomas and Mr. Bearden and the following wno sponsored sucn reception: Pr. Marshall Ross. Mr. E. O. Austin. Mr. Vertner Tandy. Mr Colone. Dr. Norman Cotton, E. C Brown. Dr. Louts T. Wright. Al Rhone, Alohonse Trlbie. Harold Jackman. Douglas Anderson. Oscar Johnson. Archer Owens. James C. Thomas. Dr. Blnga Diamond and George Carter.