bkn life feb 18 1922 Lisbeth 2x

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bkn life feb 18 1922 Lisbeth 2x - 10 : Senior Prom at Brooklyn Heights Seminary...
10 : Senior Prom at Brooklyn Heights Seminary The Senior Prom' of the Brooklyn Heights Seminary , was held Friday, February 10th, at 18 Pierrepont Street. Miss Florence Greer, principal, received, assisted by Miss Lisbeth Higgins, president of the Class of 1922, and Miss Alice Campbell Good, vice president. The ballroom ballroom was decorated with palms and southern smilax, and Jacob's orchestra furnished the music, A dinner in honor of the graduating class was gtven at tne Mon-tauk Mon-tauk Mon-tauk Club by Miss Higgins. Orange and grey, the class colors, were carried out in the table decorations and the guests included Miss Mary F. Johnson, Miss Alice C. Good, Miss Elizabeth Deyer, Miss Beatrice Cantwell, Miss Louise Talmadge, Miss Elizabeth Chase, the Messrs. Hall Everson, John Knox, Gordon Sweet, William William Southwick, Edward Smith, Jr., Robert Henry and Crawford Barry. Others at the Senior Prom were Miss Winifred Horwill, Miss Adelaide Robertson, Miss Lois Patton, Miss Margaret Grout, Miss Florence Greens-paun, Greens-paun, Greens-paun, Miss Margaret Davenport and the Messrs. Gan-son Gan-son Gan-son Baldwin, Arthur Cherouny, Verdi Fuller,' Jr., H. J. Bresler, John Williams, Jr., Paul Bernard, John Inger-soll, Inger-soll, Inger-soll, Robert MacCallum, Carl Pflug, John ; Whitney, . Alfred Johnson, John MacKay, William Kent, Jere Collins, Collins, Louis Amill, Wisner Townsend, Edward Burr, Robinson Robinson Estey, John L Yale, Duffield Hamilton and Frederick Frederick Estey. Dinner-Dance Dinner-Dance Dinner-Dance to Benefit Music School Settlement The second of the series of dinner-dances dinner-dances dinner-dances given this f season by Mrs. Joseph Purcell for. the benefit of the Brooklyn Music School Settlement took place on Wednesday Wednesday evening, February 15th, in the Grand Ball Room of ; the Hotel Bossert. Miss Lisbeth Higgins delighted every one with the grace and charm of her dancing of Strauss" "Blue Danube Waltz" and by her interpretation of the character dance, "The Congo." There was general general dancing until one o'clock. Presiding at the various tables were, Miss Alice Morse, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Prince,' Mrs. Clarence Brown, Mrs. Theodore Caldwell, Mrs. E. C. Place, Mrs. W. Le Roy Coghill, Mrs. J. E. Chapman, Mrs. Joseph Purcell, Mrs. John J. Gillies, B. and Mrs. Courtney The Home linens, Monday proceeds new All from the Ford, Edward Barlow, Glahn. A "J uil-y ' y - ,1 ' s v ' ' " tt-s tt-s tt-s -.. -.. ?' j..-;.-. j..-;.-. j..-;.-. j..-;.-. l r A r- r- a - , S . ' I "! tt

Clipped from Brooklyn Life18 Feb 1922, SatPage 10

Brooklyn Life (Brooklyn, New York)18 Feb 1922, SatPage 10
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