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and the and two by her Mont-clair, I., Van her the for for 103 at Barr 'Eliza-' 'Eliza-' War- Con-, Con-, Con-, preceding the Whit-taker, and Miss preceding Lucille Assembly, the Ar villa Hammitt, Constance Boody, Virginia Fuller, Margaret Margaret Snedeker, Priscilla Paine, Gladys Talmage, Kath- Kath- crine DuBois and Messrs. John Dreier, Edwin Corne-helsen, Corne-helsen, Corne-helsen, Lee Boynton, Ogden Pleissner, Edward Gray and Paul Folwell. Dinner for the Misses DuBois Mr. and Mrs. Elliott C. Du Bois of 303 Garfield Place are entertaining at dinner on Friday, December 21st, lefore the Cinderella Ball. The guests include Miss Virginia Eldredge Fuller, Miss Ruth Greason,' Miss Betty Beardsley, Miss Frances' Ryder, ; and the Messrs.. Paul Folwell, Donald Ross, Kellogg Bromley,' David Gray, : Philip Langdon and Edward Wahl. :, ' : Miss Sherman's Luncheon and Bridge ; , Miss Jean Sherman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold W. , 3herman't of 18 -t -t Monroe Place, will entertain at luncheon and bridge on' January 2nd. , ' , ; ' Mrs, Horwill Entertains for the Pebutantes .v Mrs.' Ed ward ,T. Horwill, of 1186 Dean Street, gave' a luncheon and theatre party, on Thursday, December 20th, for her daughter, Miss Winifred Horwill. ...... ': ' There were ' seventeen at the luncheon, and the guests of honor were: four of. this season's debutantes, Miss Elizabeth Deyer ; Miss Lisbeth .Higgins, Miss . Beatrice Cantwell and Miss Louise Talmage. - . ;s . It was a beautifully thought out debutante's luncheon, the table being decorated 'with' pink Ophelia roses 'and pink sweetpeas, while at each place, was a corsage bouquet of pink' sweetpeas . tied ' with gauzy - pink ribbon, "giving the" effect of dainty; fluffihess as you entered the room. ' The guests, other than the four debutantes, mentioned were : Miss Elizabeth Fish,. Miss Alice Bennett, 1 Miss . Isobel k Buckley, . Miss ' Elizabeth 'Colket, 'Miss 'Louise Little, Miss Ruth .Page, .Miss Dorothy Lathrop, Miss Janet MacKay, Miss Elizabeth Greenwood, Miss ..Cot..-; ..Cot..-; ..Cot..-; nelia Livingston, Miss - Alice Frank and .'Miss Eleanor Field..' . , ; - After, luncheon Mrs. Horwill took her "guests, to see J'The Topics of 1923." ; ' Dance for Miss Adams ' ; Mr and Mrs. O Siedler Adams, of 325 Clinton Avenue, gave ' a 1 nouciay raance ior weir uaugtuer, .ivusa vrcii Emma Adams, on ' Wednesday evening, December 19th. The guests included the Misses Gladys Freenan, Beatrice Scarborough, Marguerite t Scarborough, Eva Matthews, ; Viola Travis, Martha Hallock, Josephine Greason, Har- Har- , riet Greason, I Ruth Dangler, Catherine Jacobus, Catherine Catherine Renwick, Katherine Ross, Eloise Morfbrd, Margaret Grimshaw, Katherine voir Schellenbach, Mar jorie Van Nor den, Jacqueline Julian, Helen Holton, Mar jorie Klehr, Helen Yard, Cornelia Livingston, Alice Mendham, Doris Barlow, Barbara Dixon, : Margaret Jacobus, Florence Braithwaite, Margaret Cobb, Eleanor Curtis,1' Alicita Burke, Janet Mackay, Gladys Underwood, Winifred Horwill, Horwill, Alice Backus, Mary Terry Goodwin, Mary Thorn Thompson, Isobel : Pirie, Priscilla Paine, Lisa ' Dougherty, Dougherty, Helena Jelliffe, Jeannette Scott, Charlotte Schmidt, Helen Stutz, Margaret Clark, Catherine Morse, Alice Stringham, Elizabeth Greenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Grimshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Roesch, the Messrs. William Mills III, Willis . McDonald III, E. Sanford I, Sydney Waldecker, Henry Stewart, Robert Pulleyn, Thomas Fitz Gibbon, William Fitz Gibbon, Robert . Fitz Gibbon, Frederick Gahagan, . William Gahagan, George Titcomb, Frederick Seibert, Frank Kley, Pierson Gould, Allan Van Wyck, Halsey ran Wyck, Jerome O'Connell," Joseph O'Connell, Eustace - Taylor, :: Russell JTay lor, Norb Paine, Otis Zwissler, Verdi E. B. Fuller, Jr.,"Arthur Harrison, Frederick : Henderson, George Roesch, Walt Schmidt, Carlos Contreras, Thomas Leeming, Leonard Leeming, ; Bennett Barlow, MacAllister Mohnkern, ; Edward Edward Byrne, Conrad Simmons, Stuart Blundell, Raymond Keenan, Edward Matthews, Donald Philipp, Jack Lang, Arthur Hyde, Clark Millison, Donald Freeman, Edmund Goodwin, Henry Merwin Shrady, Jr., Edgar Ferrera, William Wright, Loren Ray, John Wood, Jr., George French, Frank Thomas Herbert Koenig, Rowland Field, Richard Mannheim, Richard Ross, H. Streuve Hensel and Robert Snedaker. Miss Livingston's Bridge for Miss Higgins Miss Cornelia Duryea Livingston gave a luncheon and bridge at her home, 312 Garfield Place, on December 12th, in honor of Miss Lisbeth Higgins. She had as her guests Miss Rachel Higgins, Miss Arrietta Smith, Miss Elizabeth Deyer, Miss Beatrice Cantwell, Miss Dorothy Norwood and Miss Elsa Beckers of Manhattan. Manhattan. Dinner for Miss Livingston v On Thursday, December 20th, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Livingston gave a dinner party for their daughter, Miss Cornelia Duryea Livingston, before the Junior, Assembly. The guests included Miss Gladys E. Underwood, Underwood, Miss Lisbeth Higgins, Miss Janet MacKay, Miss Louise Talmage, Miss . Rachel Higgins, Miss Violet Mars, Miss Dorothy Hall and the Messrs, Arthur J, Harrison, Alfred Everson, Henry B. Garnaus, Frederick T, Paine. Tracy Higgins, Alfred A. Lutkins of Jersey City, William C Burger and John H. Livingston. The Misses Blossom Give Bridge for Miss Mead Miss Dorothy and Miss Janet Blossom, of 266 Henry Street, invited a few friends to play Bridge on Monday evening, December 17th, to meet Miss . Frances Mead, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mead, of Waccabuc, N. Y. Among those present were: Miss Elizabeth Fish, Miss Katharine Mason, Miss Louise Goetze, Miss Ruth Beams, Miss Alice Bush, Miss Katherine Van Brunt! Miss Alison Heminway, Miss Helen Harmon and Miss Louise Little. , Miss Lathrop's Luncheon at Pierre's Miss Dorothy Lathrop, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Lathrop of 126 Gates Avenue, entertained at luncheon at Pierre's on Friday, December 21st, in honor of the debutantes of this season and last. The guests included the Misses Beatrice Cantwell, Louise Talmage, Lisbeth Higgins, Alice Good, Katherine Ross, Elizabeth Deyer, Janet Mackay, Winifred Horwill, Ruth Page, Elizabeth Greenwood Alice Bennett, Delphis King, Alice Stringham, Martha Hallock, Alice Frank, Mary Johnson, Johnson, Louise Merritt, Regina Kiely, Elizabeth Colket, Elizabeth Rhoades, Harriett Greatson, Agnes Warbasse, Arrietta Smith, Adelaide Robertson, Ruth Moak, Eleanor Moak, Audrey Silsbe, Natalie Silsbe, Henrietta . Taylor, Virginia Markey, Gladys Underwood and Kath' erine Cochran of Plainfield. Miss MacKay's Luncheon and Theatre Party 1 r ." T . if VT . . . - . .; , : iyj.133 joiici iviivj.vay cine i uuucu ti , luiicucuil HI Iter. . home, 411 Grand Avenue, on Wednesday, December 19th, afterwards taking her guests to see "Chicken Feed" at the Little Theatre. Those present were the Misses tri:-ktt, tri:-ktt, tri:-ktt, r i ti: ka. n.. t r . Beatrice and Eileen Cantwell, Agnes Callender, Elizabeth Elizabeth Fish, Ruth Page, Alice Frank, Louise Merritt, Margaret Margaret Pray, Katherine Ross, Winifred Horwill, Cornelia Cornelia Livingston and Alice Bennett. Mrs. MacKay and Mrs. C. E. Newton, Jr., chaperoned the party. ."s Mrs. Good. Hostess for Christmas Opera , . Mrs. William Howard Good, the Christmas hostess in the Woman's Committee Box, will entertain a party of young people at the holiday opera, December 25th. Mr. and Mrs, Prince to Sail January 8th Mr, and Mrs. Benjamin Prince are sailing the 8th of January on the DuUto of the Italian line. . They will .... t i. . -f r .... .. , ... .... - speqa a moiun or six weeKs : in iiaiy, witn a possioie week or ten days in Egypt. They will return at the end of March by way of London and Paris. To Cruise Around the World vv Among the prominent Brooklynites who will talce the cruise around the world on the Sa maria, sailing the 26th of January, are Mr.-and Mr.-and Mr.-and Mrs. Thomas L. Leeming, Mrs. Walter Gibb, Mrs. Arthur Gibb, Mr. and Mrs. W W. Walsh, Jr., and Mr., and Mrs. Winthrop M. Tuttle. The party expects to return home in June, r

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