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bde feb 12 1922 p29 - BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE. NEW YORK. SUNDAY,...
BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE. NEW YORK. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY Nicholas, Moran. was of 562 Swain Wemyss Mrs. Frederick graduate of 1916. E. Mr. and took E. Church The Rev. by the Tin.' Helen L. the bridesmaids Wemyss of the bride, also a Win-field Win-field and Robert of the Swain of man. The of Buffalo. William brother Wemyss of of the ' white satin lace and with a Lilies of the the bridal maid of taffeta with poke bonnet nil old-fashioned old-fashioned roses and wore green lace und and silver shepherd orchid-color orchid-color orchid-color as flower with ribbon orchid, and filled with church decorations orchid. wedding Wemyss, Weymss, Mr. and Mrs. Clarenee Blake, Mr. Mrs. S. G. Fischer, Mr. and and Mrs. Airs. Theodore Frederick Mr and and Mrs. William Remsen, and Mrs. Field, Mr. E. Green, Holder, Wainrighl and Mrs. ceremony STAGE THE FEBRUARY CALENDAR February's calendar of fashionable events indicates that there will be no waning of social activity until the very advent of the Lenten season. A brilliant and largely attended affair taking place yesterday afternoon and evening was the Horse Show at the Brooklyn Riding and Driving Club, which drew a large number of prominent Brooklynites as donors of trophies, competitors and riders. Last week's sequence of events of interest and Importance also included included the wedding yesterday of Miss Virginia Mollenhauer and Dr. Edwin P. Maynard Jr. at the Church1 of the Pilgrims. Society turned its attention to several interesting recitals and concerts with an enthusiasm promising well for the large musical entertainments scheduled for the coining week. A concert and tea were given Sunday for the Brooklyn Music School Settlement. Harriet Ware, whoso songs are so well known and loved, played the accompaniments) throughout the concert, (in Monday night the .Music Hull of the Academy was the scene of Cham-inade's Cham-inade's Cham-inade's second concert, at which Joseph Lhcvinne played brilliantly before a large and representative audience. Women's clubs are continuing continuing their charitable and patriotic work with the same inexhaustible energy energy displayed at the opening of the winter season, as indicated by the past week's activities of the Long Island State Society, D. R., ami the Fort Greene Chapter, I). A. R. Next week society will turn its ever-reviving ever-reviving ever-reviving interest toward the Packer Alumnae play, "Fantasticks." to be given at the Academy of Music Thursday. Many talented niemlcrs of the younger set are to take part, and rumor has it that the performance will rival last year's triumph in dramatic ability and artistic staging. Other entertainments which are being eagerly anticipated are 'the presentation of "The Cameo Girl," which the Girls' Friendly Society is giving at tb,o Academy tomorrow night; the morning choral concei t for the benefit of the Deaconess' Home of the M. E. Church, also tomorrow night at the Academy, and the gala, concert by Chamlnade and the University Glee Club Friday night at the Academy, Among the dances will be Mrs. Ptircell's dinner dance at the Hotel Bossert Bossert Wednesday for the benefit of the Music School Settlement, a special feature of which will be a solo dance by Miss Lisbeth Higgins, and the St. Valentine's dance and bazar at the Heights Casino for the benefit ot the ci;ibside committee of St. Christopher's Hospital. Society is interested in the announcement of two weddings to tnko place next week, that of Miss Virginia Wagner tk Benjamin R. C. Low, which will take place at Grace Church on the Heights on Wednesday, and that of Miss Janet Burns, who will become the bride of Ruel Ross Appleton Jr., the ceremony taking place Saturday at 220 Columbia Heights. versity Glee Club of Brooklyn for the benefit of the Children's Museum, which is to be held on Friday night of this week in the opera house of the Academy of Music. Friends of the two societies and of the Children's Museum have taken tickets for the affair on such a liberal scale that the indications point to a crowded house. This is not only the first, time that the Chamlnade and the University Glee Club have sung together, but added interest is given by the announcement that Mine. Marguerite D'Alvarez, leading leading contralto of the Chicago Opera Company, will be the assisting soloist. The ushers for the concert will be: William R. Bishop. Marcus D. Fair-child, Fair-child, Fair-child, II. Washington Fairfax, Theodore Theodore Martin Hardy, Dr. Morris W. DESIGN ABROAD music, will occur in both acts. Program Program girls are to be selected from the classes of 1922 and 1 923 at Packer, following the precedent which has held during five Poly shows. Dinner Dance In Aid of Brooklyn Music School Settlement. The dinner dance to be given by Mrs. Joseph Purcell at the Hotel Bossert Bossert In tho intfcrest of the Brooklyn Music School Settlement will take place on Wednesday evening, Feb. IS. Miss Lisbeth Higgins is to dance a solo number and general dancing will follow. Those who have already taken tables aro Miss Alice Morse, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Prince, Mrs. Clarence Brown Mrs. Theodore Caldwell, Mrs. 10. C. Place, Mrs. W. Le Roy Coghill, Mrs. J. 10. Chapman, Mrs. Joseph Purcell, Purcell, Mrs. John J. Gillies, Mrs. Charles J. McDermott, Miss Mabel Simpson, Mrs. Burt Foss Nichols, Mrs. Adolf Mollenhauer, Miss Mabel Simpson, Thomas L. Leeming, Mrs. Armin 10. Brunn, Mrs. Juan Almirall, Mrs. H. A. Mark, Mrs. G. II. Mars, Mrs. Frederick Frederick D. Mackay, K. K. Mussey aud Miss Marta Linderschold. Mardi Gras Dance for Benefit of Neighborhood House, Much interest is being manifested in the Mardi Gras Dance for the benefit LADIES' HAIR Our Three Permanent Waving, $1.00 Hair Dyeing hy Powder $1.50 Per Box For Youthful Appearance PARISIAN MUD 228 Livingston Phone 8686 Miin Rer ' ham R. Hopkins. Mrs. Mrs., 10. S. Jackson. Mrs. son .Mrs. JO. V. Jackson.. Kennedy. Mrs. A. S. Lucy M. McKav, Mrs. Mc-10 wiin, Mrs. Theodore 10. L. Pierson, Mrs. I. M. Lillian Hale Weldav. Mrs. Wardell. Mrs. W. H. 11. Whltnev, .Mrs. Patronesses For the Dance Ot Visitation Altininue. As previously announced, Visitation Alumnae Dance the Hotel Bossert on Feb. 27. Putronesses arc: Mrs. John Joseph Edward N. Burns. Mrs. P. Mrs. Kdwuril (1. Campbell, If iii-liii iii-liii iii-liii Airs William ( Donald B. Davison, Mrs. Mrs. Frank Dungner, Donohue, Mrs. John V. John .1. Knright, Mrs. Mis. Raoul A. Frechette, F. Greegan, Miss Katherinu Mrs. H. F. llaggerty, Hans, Mis. W. H. Harrison, Hickey. Miss Anne lllgglns, Robert J. Hubbard, Mrs. J. Mrs. J. Richard Kevin, Villard Kiley, Mrs. John Konva-linka, Mrs. Kurt Lutz, Deltner .Martin. Mrs. McCormick, Mrs. M. F. Airs. Mathew McNamara. Mcljuail, Mrs. R. II. J. F. Normile, Mrs. Oeorge Mrs. J.' Webster Oliver, Py-burn, Mrs. J. Benedict Gertrude Itose, Mrs. Mrs. J. Denton Shea, Smith, Mrs. M. 10. Tilyou, Williams, Miss Mary V. Mrs. 10. T. Yates. Miss Kowcnhovcn In Miss liCiiinirc's Honor. Miss Maude R. St. Paul's Court gave a Tuesday for Miss Ethel 1024 Greene ave., whose to Wilbur Van Houten N. J., was announced Among the guests were McCooey, Miss Anita Julia Hawley, Miss Meta Kathrine Bird, Miss Miss Marian Henry, Ilenisch, Miss Dorothy Florence Bolton, Miss Ruth Marian Eno, Miss Grace Natalie Bcnlsch, Miss' Subscribers for Auxiliary Of Lt. Laurence Lovell The following are subscribers for the Women's bridge of the IJ. Laurence Post, American Legion, at 489 Washington ave.: Ludlam, Mrs. W. G. I redericK S. Lyke, Mrs. Driggs, Mrs. L. F. Howard Joost, Mrs. Quacken-b'lsh, Mrs. Edgar J. William T. Gilmour, Mrs. Werner, Mrs. Edwin

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle12 Feb 1922, SunPage 29

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)12 Feb 1922, SunPage 29
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