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bde may 31 1925 p23 lisbeth - Pittsfield Adding THE BROOKLYN DAILY LA(.Li:....
Pittsfield Adding THE BROOKLYN DAILY LA(.Li:. NKW YORK. SUNDAY MAY ?, 1tn.r. : I Party June 13 were the Misses cousin of the bride; and Eileen Plant. best man for his ushers were Julian Ahearn, John Robert Grebe and was given in marriage uncle, Edward T. of white georgette silver and white, a caught with orange carried a shower roses and lilies shell pink chlfTon and a shell pink with gold lace matron of honor, were -dressed -dressed in pink satin. Mrs. ophella roses and the were of blue peas. A breakfast at the Hotel Dragon Room. graduate of St. Jo is president of the After their couple will reside 1. I-avens I-avens I-avens Wedding 20. Leavens, daughter of Leavens of .14 engagement to son of Mr. and Mrs. Detroit. Mich., was September, has com plans. The ceremony, be performed by Parkes Cadman, will morning, June home. The imme will attend the small reception Miss Leavens will Robert S. LUel- LUel- man for Mr. Hill. Engaged Healy. Is announced of Scott, daughter of William P. Scott of J. Healy of to Wed In June. chosen bv Miss of 191 Gates ave. marriage to Alfred latbush. The engage announced by brother, W. Earl the Transfiguration of the ceremony, ptaee at 4:30 p.m. will be the only Roland Stenzel will for his brother, Is a graduate of Ashburnhntn, art at Pratt In years. Mr. Stenzel from California He served in tho war. The young to Canada for their Outdoor Luncheons Garden Day Island June 1:1. events of espe tho outdoor party Island In aid of the As announced, will be on June 13, booths, gay kiosks, within; outdoor striped awnings open will be a few attractions. Sumuierall and her are hard at work staid and dignified Island into a flags, lanterns, bal lights, ingeniously the public fancy large delegation of women who are to details of the garden formed into committees Summerall, who will tho military campus to receiving the pa Summerall. committee, which will ; -:- -:- -:- Yv IHl ) i in W If P-iif P-iif P-iif Tiast week came to a close with the finest of the three Fort Hamilton Horse Shows given annually for the Army Relief. Perfect weather lured society to the reservation grounds, where long-favored long-favored long-favored equestriennes vied with the cavalry for blues and silver cups. Miss "Jackie" (Grace) Shuttleworth was most enthusiastically cheered by the ringside group as she rode Willesden Rosette and other horses she formerly owned. Riding sidesaddle in a swank English riding habit of mustard brown, Miss Regina Kiely was one of the most picturesque figures on the green ring, as she showed Arabesque, one of Miss Lisbeth Higgins' horses. Mrs. Edwin Gates Babcock was another figure of interest, and her superb riding was frequently commented upon. Mrs. Babcock was chairman of the Ladies Committee, who were the hostesses for the day. By far in the lead for popularity was Midnight, the coal-black coal-black coal-black jumper owned by Gen. Mortimer I). Bryant and ridden by Lieut. Brown of the post. Midnight entered the gate with the greatest assurance and accepted his medals and ribbons like a spoiled but delightful youngster. of the hospital, and John B. Creieh- Creieh- ton, secretary of the campaign com- com- mittoe. " Annual Spiinc RcMTptlnn .i.iiil.!" Tarry town. N. Y.. was a tea given for the seniors, Friday afternoon, rtj the RJtz Carlton, by members of the. junior class. Miss Anne Hurley.; president of the latter class, acted as Frederick Haynes. Mrs. John Sul livan,, Miss Emma Moak. Mrs. Char lotte Balrd, Mrs. Thomas Hanlin. Mrs. George Hyde, Mrs. William Dlbbs, Mrs. Charles Weakland. Mrs. Icy. N. ,T.. is a graduate of St. Peter's Prep and Holy Cross College. Will-tin Will-tin Will-tin V. Gorman of Nutley, N. J., will be his best man and the ushers Will iam V. Scanlon, Bernard T. Met 'or And i.ln'"' it' 'O Ihr t Pi'isfl;.!. M . Mi:?, holiday wrpk-fnrj. wrpk-fnrj. wrpk-fnrj. Hi.- Hi.- ci in tit - pla rr anil r-PtllPr r-PtllPr r-PtllPr artivitv nver hi p I'iMsti- I'iMsti- l.i. Rinokbi idep WW-1 t;t ins: aw n. T!'n I'ttmfiPl'l .' f.unT! y fonn:iUv oupiipil tomjrht 1M' nilon uf a npw micp wpiv 1 ho howling prp thti'p hnrnlrp'J of sot in i'Misfip- i'Misfip- and in i hp in ri y. The which formerly - call Hro.iO-hall, was micin.illy lionio of Ilr-nry Ilr-nry Ilr-nry Van iMitch dignitary of Iniilt the housp in 17S.". nf i iip ha 1 1 room l? the fireplace ; ml hrick upii Mada nie Van Schaick for her l.rillinnt dinner h"Uso has nine fireplaces ha Nil -car -car veil woodwork. A mons : hose on t he in-nviit committee thnt the hall -a -a ere Mr. Ilohert wpII. former v Mips Helen of M innpfl pidls; Mrs. Pomeroy. Mrs. InnaM Mrs. Thomas Klournoy M. Martinez). Jlss Plumb. M rs. t 'harles J. and Mrs. Kohert f T. Dinners were given by Mr. nnd Mrs. Philip hotmr of Mrs. Weston's he--in-iaw and sister, Mi. and colm Oakea of Creenwich, Ir. and Mrs, Shauti lotte H. Crocker) of Iiohmond. and by Miss Miss Wilmot Katon. Mirs liosemary Crane, Mrs. Frederick Goodrich Dalton, and her cousin. Colt, daughter of Mr. and uel Gilbert Colt ( Frances opened the holiday Pittsfield with a ball at Hotel, li3t nicht, hundred and fifty of Miss ( "oil has Miss Marl Lake F:rest. 111., as her Mrs. William C. Hancock St.. Brooklyn, daughter. Mrs. Alanson arrived yesterday at their avenue country home in Mr. and Mrs. Willard of the Hotel Bossert, at their Wendell avenne Mr. Humstone plays club golf crurse each Frank W. Crowninshield Ttirk, Is to have the Club of New York as luncheon at the Club tomorrow and the novelist, entertained dinner at his villa, Insrleside, There are 3(1 in the including authors, architects, others who have gained This is their fourth annual Day outing for golf at Walter Prichard Eaton, Heights Graduates Careers for Class Composed of Girls Prominent in Tho Class of 1925 of HelRhts Seminary, -which -which its commencement afternoon. June 5, Is several charming nnd girls, most of whom their studies at rollepe. Cantwell, who was year and who has been pos-Riaduate work at the enter Smith in the fall, Constance Boody and Deyer. Miss Boody has school for 12 years and for 13. as has Miss daughter of Mr. anil T.ilmase of 1 Pterrepont will complete her Manar School. Miss Lois enter Wellesley College, Sara Jane paxton, who

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle31 May 1925, SunPage 23

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)31 May 1925, SunPage 23
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