bkn life may 30 1925 p9 tony liebman
BROOKLYN LIFE i !-' !-' !-' . "f Above Miss Mildred F. McGuirk with William ' "- "- , ' E, Donovan,' Jrs, , pony.' 4 - , . ,4 . .I,,, tii a Above . General Mortimer D, Right ' - Mim , Regina Kiely, , Mrs. Alfred Hall Ever son, Miss Eliza- Eliza- I -fath, -fath, -Brown'. -Brown'. - I 0 j' Above- Above- . Miss Elizabeth " Greve. on "Jack Sprott" Mr. John J. M cD on aid on .' "Marcus," ., ; AftM Janet Mac Kay. . , , , - Z-. Z-. Z-. J .V lr v - . tL.n w ii':Sy Pioo AT. F. Snapped at the Fort Hamilton Horse Skow Society Enjoys Fort Hamilton . Horse Show 'Blue skies above, greensward beneath, Society strolled, chatted, clapped, congratulated at the Fort , Hamilton Horse Show on Friday and Saturday of last week. This year the storm, which is becoming & traditional finale tp the event, held off until evening, instead of descending in torrents, as it -did -did last year on the polo game and its . spectators. The weather was, in fact, only marred by oppressive heat Saturday afternoon, which made "some of the horses restless, especially in the jumping division, and prolonged the afternoon's program almost an hour and a half beyond the scheduled time. Friday was a perfect day. , Miss Elizabeth Greve and Mrs. John C. Loud carried off. major honors in the championships, Miss Greve winning winning one title and one reserve, and Mrs. Loud taking the most important championship, that for large saddle horses,' with her chestnut , gelding, "Beaucaire." The contest for this championship, was a most impressive spectacle, as both "Beaucaire" and Miss Greve's "Jack - Spratt," who took reserve, are magnificent animals. ' ; In the small saddle horse division, Miss Greve's "Wee Becky" won the mile without great difficulty over Mr. Charles F. Hubb's "Star Blossom." The polo mount championship went to Mr. J. Walter Kopke's chestnut gelding, "Essex," and reserve in this Class was taken by "Vanity Fair," a graceful chestnut mare, entered by the 101st Cavalry. ; Another Army horse, Squadron A's bay gelding, "Messenger," had an unexpected triumph, when .he carried off the" Hunters and Jumpers championship, Mrs.' Edwin Gates Babcock's "Beltex" taking reserve. 1 Both polo pony races that ended the show were won by Mr. J. Walter Kopke. In the lightweight division, the bay gelding. "Gringo," ridden by Jerry Smith, led the field, and , in the heavyweight, "Essex," ridden by his owner, won by three lengths. The course was approximately approximately , three furlongs. Personalities of the Show The Misses Marjorie Bijou, Elizabeth Greve, Janet MacKay, Miriam Smith, - Alice Good, Regina Kiely, Carolyn Widroann, Eleanor Folger, Dorothy Jackson and Josephine Hurley were among the younger group exhibiting exhibiting in the Fort Hamilton Horse, Show, for the benefit of the Army Relief Society, while among the young matrons were the following well-known well-known well-known personalities: personalities: Mrs. Charles F. 'Hubbs, Mrs. John Conant Loud, Mrs. Edwin Gates Babcock, Mrs. Byford Ryan and Mrs. John Farrell. Colonel Edward Croft and Mrs! Croft entertained in Box 14. ' - , . ' ( Mr. and Mrs. James Lancaster Morgan were in Box 16, while Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Sewell were, hosts in Box 17, entertaining as their guests Mrs. Leonard , Hull Smith, Mrs. Elberon D. Smith, Mrs. Howard H. Babcock, . Mrs. Earl F. Whitaker and Mrs. Walter Durack, Jr. . . Dr. and "Mrs. Isaac Becket Smith and their, daughter, Miss Miriam Smith, had as their guests , Mrs. , Ray Kautz, of Chicago (Fannie Hawley), Mrs. Louis Opp, Jr.7 Mrs. Katherine Crane and Miss .Mary Shea. With Mr. and Mrs. John S. Jenkins in Box 20 were Mrs. Harold Hodgson and Mrs. Matthew C. Jones dur-; dur-; dur-; ing the morning.. In : the afternoon Miss Constance Jenkins had with her. the Misses Elizabeth Starbuck, Dorothy Hand, Isabelle Brown and Mrs. William Healy.' Mrs. Alfred Hall Everson was hostess in the box taken by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Higgins,' and with her were Miss Lisbeth Higgins, her sister, Miss 1 Elizabeth Brown, recently returned from t a year abroad, and Miss Tony Liebman. " Box 21 was occupied by Mr. and Mrs. John Conant Loud and their guests, among whom were Mrs. Burnett C Collins, Mr. Jere Collins. Mrs. K. . F. Douglas and Miss M. H. Jacques. v , With Mr. and. Mrs. Frederick D. MacKay and. their daughter, Miss Janet MacKay were Mr. Leo Mortenson and Mrs. William C. Greenwood. Mrs. Byford Ryan, of Glen Cove, was a guest in Mrs. Richard C Pebbles's box. In Box 24 with Mr. and Mrs. William M. Greve were Mrs. Ernest" Bijou, .Mrs. W. A. McGibbon and the Misses Elizabeth Greve and Marjorie Bijou. ' General and ' Mrs. Charles P. ' SummenUl were the distinguished hosts in Boxes 2S-A 2S-A 2S-A and 25-B, 25-B, 25-B, and entertained entertained throughout the day those who called to pay their respects to them. ' : Adjoining were the two boxes occupied by the Judges, among whom were General Mortimer D. Bryant, Major Terry de la Mesa Allen, Mr. George D. Sherman, Mrs. John Gerken, Mr. Pierre Lorillard, Jr., and Mr. Garence H. Robbin3. . . " v Colonel and Mrs. Edwin Gates Babcock were hosts in Boxes 27-A 27-A 27-A and 27-B, 27-B, 27-B, and their guests were Mrs. E. M. :Sundberg, Miss Marie Sundberg, Mrs. Raymond F Barnes, Dr, and Mrs. Walter C Riggs and Lieutenant Lieutenant and Mrs. Thomas J. Davis. 1 ( Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Hubbs, who are now at their Long Island home, occupied Box 29, and entertained many friends. " - : Box 30 was jointly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus A. Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Folger. Much of the . time the Misses Dorothy Jackson and Eleanor Folger were hostesses to their young friends. Mrs.. William Howard Good and Miss Alice Campbell Good entertained a group of Bryn Mawr girls. 'These and Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop Tuttle , were also their luncheon guests. . t -1 -1 A Many army officers and people of social prominence visited General William S. Graves in Box 32, where he was host on Friday and on Saturday. ' 'f Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey J. Kiely ' and Miss Regina Kiely were hosts in Box 33. ;vBoaces and the ringside were again crowded on Saturday Saturday for the second day of the Show, many of the jfounger people preferring this closing day for their special entertaining of guests. v With Miss Constance Jenkins in the John S. Jenkins box were Miss Kathleen Kitching, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stockard, Mr. and Mrs..Harold Hodgson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hawley, Mr. Donald Rose , and other 1 young friends. . ' Mrs. Charles M. Higgins had in her box Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Hall Everson, Mr. and 5 Mrs. 1 Alfred Hall Everson and Miss Lisbeth Higgins.