bkn life may 7 1921 p8 lisbeth

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Miss Mrs. Read. A women honor Mrs. committee S. Wood, Good-erson, Mrs. Mrs. On Har-ron, Lang-thorne. Brincker-hoff Spring the o'clock. York point Passion speak author Remsen committee H. E. Miss Edwin Hot beautiful in the time City, Lieut. The Knickerbocker May Club disposal American Post benefit will work comfortable effects Great will a of of J.. and Mr. Kew City Mr. and Edward will descendant who in son with the the and are one The the the the be Avenue. Brooklyn Heights Seminary Plays The 70th Anniversary performance of the Brooklyn Heights Seminary was enjoyed by a large audience of relatives and friends of the students in the jballroom of the Heights Casino on Friday evening, April 29th. The program opened with "Love's Old Sweet Song," charmingly sung by Kathryn Tuthill Chumasero, who received an enthusiastic encore. More than 40 little pupils from the junior department took part in the next number, a musical fantasy entitled "An Old-fashioned Garden," under the direction of Royal Stone Smith, by whom it was composed and arranged. Dressed to represent all the old-fashioned flowers) the children made a picturesque impression as they sang their songs, and Hester Laning danced well as Mistress Mary. In the chorus were : Katherine Bennett, Harryette Berry, Louise Betts, Evringham Blake, Bobby Blake, Anna Katherine Bootes, Paul Campbell, Francis Cary, Eleanor Caswell, Jimmie Cross, Patrick Evers, Rosemary Evers, Jean Fairservis, Robert Farrington, Ruth Farrington, Victoria Haddad, Birger Holmboe, Polly Hughes, Sidney Kennedy, Dorothy Kjell, Orne Low, Carmel Manzella, Elizabeth Maxwell, Bassett Morse, Lesley Olcott, Janet Oppenheimer, Beatrice Otis, Christine Pennock, Heuston Pittinger, Monica Reynolds, Sarah Saltzman, Meredith Shelton, Catherine Sinclaire, Lucy Marie Sinclaire, Roberta .Smith, John Spilman, Eloise Staats, Ina Stevenson, Margaret Stevenson, Marjorie Sultzer, Sylvia Turner, George Whittlesey and Noel Whittlesey. Two plays followed, "King Rene's Daughter" and "'Op o' Me Thumb," produced under the direction of Mrs. Shelley Hull. Carlys Peabody received much applause for her interpretation of Iolanthe,1foe blind daughter of King Rene. The cast for "King Rene's Daughter" was as follows: Bertrand, Winifred Horwill; Sir Almeric, Constance Boody; Martha (Wife. of Bertrand), Isabel Squibb ; Kin g Rene, Roberta Swartz; Ben Jahia (a Moorish Physician), Elizabeth Chase; Count Tristan of Vaudemont, Margaret Grout; Sir Geoffrey of Orange (His Friend), Eleanor Hoyt, and Iolanthe, Carlys Peabody. The cast for "'Op o' Me Thumb" was as follows : Celeste, Dorothy Blake ; Madame Didier, Elizabeth Wood; Clem, Mrs.' Galloway, Lisbeth Higgins; Rose Jordan, Eileen Cantwell yAmanda Afflick, Mildred Hopper; Horace Greensmith, Marion Jacobson, and Pages, Lucy Mason and Marion Yates. Play Committees for B. H. S. Anniversary On the committees for the plays and dance following were: Candy Mrs. Hamilton Bail, Anna Focke, Dorothy Blake, Elizabeth Chase, Marguerite Eden, Elizabeth Greenwood, Helen Hamilton, Lisbeth Higgins, Mildred Hopper, Winifred Horwill, Janet Mackay, Lucy Mason, Adelaide Robertson, Minnie Wood and Marion Yates; program Miss Adelaide Everson, Ruth Rebhann, Constance Boody, Charlotte Deyer, Alice Good, Charlotte Hamilton, Eleanor Hoyt, Avis Macdonald, Laurice Macksoud, Roberta Swartz, Gladys Talmage, Lois Thayer, Muriel Thompson and Elizabeth Wood; refreshments Anna Bartlett, Doris Hoyt and Juniors; flowers Madame Jeanne P. Thebault, Florence De Grauw, Isabel Squibb, Mildred Burgess, . Beatrice Cant-well, Eileen Cantwell, Elizabeth Deyer, Alice Diab, Margaret Grout, Dorothy Hancock, Marion Jacobson,

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  1. Brooklyn Life,
  2. 07 May 1921, Sat,
  3. Page 8

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