bkn life april 23 1927 p11 cesar romero

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bkn life april 23 1927 p11 cesar romero - for their wedding trip. npHAT THIS YEAR'S BAL...
for their wedding trip. npHAT THIS YEAR'S BAL DES FILEUSES far exceeded last year's was the opinion of everyone who was present Easter Monday night at the Ritz Carlton. Carlton. A twelve piece Meyer Davis orchestra with Joe Moss, "made" the party from the very outset. The guests for the most part, heeding the request of the Executive Committee, arriving early; the dance being held in the grand ballroom; a seated supper all these factors combined to the success of the ball with the amateur show a delightful interlude about eleven-thirty. eleven-thirty. eleven-thirty. Miss Adele Entz, chairman of the Executive Committee, and Miss Beatrice Morse Cantwell, who acted in the capacity of master of ceremonies, held to last year's tradition of wearing white wigs. Both looked particularly particularly charming, Miss Entz in pink taffeta and Miss Cantwell in peach chiffon. First place on the program was given to the sub-debutante sub-debutante sub-debutante chorus who wore green and yellow ballet dresses cut off one shoulder in a very fetching manner. They danced and sang "I'd like a million girls like you," from the Princeton Triangle show, "Espagnola," with special verses composed by Miss Entz. Entered Miss Marion Fergueson as the baby vamp, Miss Gladys Mars as the prom trotter, Miss Eleanor Folger as the college girl, Miss Betty Beards-ley Beards-ley Beards-ley as the sophisticated girl, Miss Glover Van Cott as the artistic girl, Miss Laurace Gladding as the domestic girl, Miss Caroline Garvin as the sympathetic girl, Miss Virginia Gibbs as the laughing girl. Miss Gladys Ivie as the torn boy and Miss Katherine Du Bois. Miss Martha Tuck Caldwell was "the girl," whom Mr. Theodore Theodore Fitz-Randolph Fitz-Randolph Fitz-Randolph sang to and danced with. Miss Caldwell wore a peach-colored peach-colored peach-colored gown heavily embroidered embroidered in beads and crystals with marabou around the bottom. Mr. Ezra Terry did some clever playing on the "uke" singing a numbeer of popular melodies. Miss Lis-beth Lis-beth Lis-beth Higgins and her dancing partner, Cesar Romero, executed three very charming dances, displaying a great deal of grace and professional agility. The spinsters' chorus dressed in turquoise trunks and orange skirts with turquoise bandeaux and slippers did a very peppy number to "You will, won't you." A' leap frog step caused quite a sensation and was very Well carried out by the chorus. The girls were : the Misses Ruth Watt, Natalie Silsbe, Elizabeth W. Stebbins, Clelia Adams, Elizabeth Quinby, Dorothy Jackson, Regina Kiely, Marguerite Marguerite Wilkinson. The entertainment was followed immediately immediately by supper after which dancing was continuous continuous until 3. Noticed in the maze of lovely dresses were three white gowns, Miss Wilkinson's satin robe de style, Miss Kiely's chiffon and tulle, and Miss Violet Mars' beaded crystal ;

Clipped from Brooklyn Life and Activities of Long Island Society23 Apr 1927, SatPage 11

Brooklyn Life and Activities of Long Island Society (Brooklyn, New York)23 Apr 1927, SatPage 11
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