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will his Rlchter, McWll-liams I B. F. of the Spencer whose staying the (Madelyn Dorothy at a Lane to Chicago. Chicago, and Heinrlck Lyndon of of daughter Goodwin yesterday of the Bed- Bed-dall by the Crowder. and mar gown of The waist was of veil of back of a cor carried orchids, valley. Cath- pale silver; ofvpeach- peach-colored She sweet and pale June Sel- Brannon gowns all green slippers bou Japanese pan peach-colored formerly Brooklyn. at through young in Kingsley Flske of Thereee Franken of 15. presented Opera Acad per boro in "La an "The pre Opera evening's time it Davenport Committee and Mrs. Mr. Jr. Good Mrs. C. Horace Campbell, Mrs. to the at dinner Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. ' 1 ' ; V "-'l x I A prominent New York debu- tante of interest to Brooklyn is Miss June Hess, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bellas Hess of Manhattan and Huntington, L. I. Miss Hess is a graduate of Spence School, and will make her debut at a dance at the Ritz-Carlton on the evening of Dec. 28. Thii is an attractive pose of Miss Higgins, who has attained distinction as a dancer. So far she has made no contract to dance professionally this winter.. Miss Higgins was hostess at a inner party at the Montauk Club on Wednesday evening previous to the Debutante Ball. The Circus Ball, the latest venture of the Junior League, which is to take place on Jan. 21 at the Heights Casino, ' is under the chairmanship of Miss Elizabeth Deyer, ,Miss Deyer's time is also taken up with being vice president of ; the' Brooklyn Heights Seminary.. Club. and chairman of the IJunipr.' League Settlement Committee. Cogswell Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. James Sherlock Davis. . . Reception 'to Be Given For Paniagua Trio. . At the next concert given by the Paniagua Trio, which will be given on Tuesday evening, Dec. 14, Robert Alfred Shaw, Miss Cornelia Henfihaw and other members of the Neighborhood Club will give an informal reception for the members of the trio In order that- their audience may meet them personally. Toting People Form Fortnightly Bridge Club. A certain group of sixteen young people have gotten together and formed a bridge cluh, which meets every other week The members include the Mlsxes Clelia Adams, Re- gina Kiely, Eleanor Polger, Delphls King, Gwendolyn Miller, Dorothy Jackson, Elizabeth Rhoades, Lisbeth Higgins and Treadwell Berg, Iimlee Clark, Edward Sperry, Houston Sadler, Flnley Krause, Frederick Mohle, R, Preston Hazelwood and Myron Trllch. The first meeting was held at the home of Miss Klely and Miss King will be hostess at the next, which will bo this Tuesday. Miss Dorothy Blossom Entertaining for Miss Bush. Miss Dorothy BlosHom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Warren Blossom of 268 Henry St., is giving a tea at her home today in honor of OCr ' ... . t, ' i - ' ' ' f . ' 4. 4 j ' ' . . S ' - . . ft ) K - ,-..K - " AutMf.A HOPE - 1 . : Miss Winchester is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas B. Pratt and is engaged to marry Herbert L. Pratt Jr., son of Mr. and Mra. Herbert L. Pratt. The wedding will take place on the afternoon of Dec. 22. The bride-to-be is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lycurgus Winchester and makes her home with her grandparents at 270 Park ave. , Miw Marion Turner's Engagement To Walter Aldrtdge Tuttlc Announced Yesterday. Mrs. s'arah C. Turner gave a bridge at her home, 600 E. 19th St., yesterday to announce the engagement of her daughter, Miss Marion Chatterly Turner, to Walter Al-dridge "Puttie. Among the guests were Mrs. Gordon W. Anderson Jr., Miss Kate Louise Daniels, Miss Anna E. Davis, Miss Grace Engelhardt, Mrs. Carlos Espejos, Miss Nell C. Fay, Miss Marian Frauenthal, Miss Loulne Fry, MiKH Krna Ludwig, Miss Fair He MucKay, Miss Constance Moody, Miss Pauline Moody, Mrs. J. Match-ott, Mrs. Arthur Morrisey. Miss Mary Elizabeth Reiber, Mrs. J. Schutze. Miss Helen Stobbe, Ms.m Marguerite Tuttle, Miss Helen Waters. Miss Turner is a graduate of Smith College, class of 1925. Mr. Tuttle, who Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Tuttle of 111 Montague st., attended New York University, class of 1923. Edwards will present the Washing ton Flag of the Second New Jersey Heglment, Mrs. William H. Fay tne Rhode Island Continental Regimental Flag, and the Connecticut Flag of 1777-1781 will be given by Mrs. John Van Buren Thayer. The Continental Flag, 1775-1777, will be given by Mrs. Joseph Duko Harrison, and the Bunker Hill Flag will be presented by Mrs. John Underwood. These flags will go Into the collection now being made by the chapter of all the revolutionary colonial flags. The guests of honor wfll be Mrs. Alfred J. Brousseau of the National Society, D. A. R.; Mrs. Samuel Jackson Kramer, N. Y. State- regent. D. A. R.; Mrs. B'rank Parcolls, N. Y. State vice regent, D. A. R., and former regent of the Fort Greene Chapter; Mrs. Jacob 11. Shaffer, Mrs. George F. Allison. Mrs. Charles M. Bull and Mrs. William C. Beeeher. The speakers of the evening will be Col. M. B. Stokes, commandant of Fort Hamilton, and Major Frank J. Hanscom, chaplain of the 100th Infantry. Louis Caton of Pittsburg will entertain with tenor solos. Tjhe committee for the dinner Includes for the benefit theater party ofthe Maternity Center Association of Brooklyn which will be held at the Plymouth Theater on Friday eve nlng, Dec. 17, Mrs. Hans V. Kalten born, chairman of the theater party, announced yesterday. Tho boxholders are Mrs. Oliver G Carter, president of the association, who will have two boxes; Mrs. Charles F. Neergaard, Adolph Lew-isohn, Mrs. Allan H. Hardie, Mrs Oliver O. Carter Jr., Mrs. A. Wright Chapman, Miss Elizabeth Galr. Mrs. Ralph Pomeroy. Mrs. Richard Young Jr. and the Flatbush Boys Club. Winthrop Ames" "Pirates of Pen zonce" is the play selected for the benefit. Fort Greene D. A. R, To Meet Dec. 8. Fort Greene Chapter, D. A. II. , of which Miss Julia F. Iting Is regent, will hold Its Christmas meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 8. at 2:30 p.m., at the Lefferts Homestead. Mrs. Frederick H. Schluter, Slate chairman of Ellis Island for the D. A. R., will Introduce the speaker of tho afternoon, Benjamin II. Day, Contemporary Comment HORSES AND DEBS have been ,1,-sperutely vying with each other for lirst place in the week's Interests. On Monday ntgtit the National Horse Khow opened most spectacularly at the new Mudlson Square (Jarden and on Wednesday evening the debutantes of Brooklyn lined up for the first time this season at the Debutante Hall. Luckily, however. no one was forced to mske the dim-1 cult decision tt which deb decreed ( Hie blue. j What Is the difference, after at!. ; between debutante parti.'S and lure shows? A girl's dehut marks the time when the transition Is made' from showing her In band to putting ' lier In the novice cluss. She Is put , through her paces, one of which 1m- i peratively must be the Charleston.! and conformation, and manners count ' just as much on the ballroom flm.r as they do In a tanhark ring. As to' classes, debs are divided up in much the same way as are the horses. There are the kind thut ure-flne tnr . a ride In the park, thoroughbreds, or. j namental debs good only for show purposes and hunters. TO GIVE THE HORSE some at-1 tentlon, a dog may have his day. aj debutante her year, but the horse Un certainly having his week this week, even though the Queen did not at tend the show. More tlisn eight countries are paying homaie to him and displaying all his virtues. Women flock to this equine display as they never nave before to see the foreign ofllcers in their stunning uniforms. The horse, in these days thnuirlit of only as the plaything of the rich. lr represented In this show as the alii of the soldier in the military classes, me asset or the sportsman Mn ti' hunter classes, and his usefulness l duly recognized In classes where he is shown pulling the wagons of bread and dairy concerns. DISTINCTIVE DETAILS noticed during the week were blue leather pumps with sliver buckles worn by Miss Delphls King, a gold metnl cloth dress of stunning simplicity with long sleeves worn by Miss Barbara Bailey at the Debutante Ball, a peacock em broidered In silver sequins on- Miss Marguerite Wilkinson's green chiffon coming out dress, and Miss (icraldlne 8wlmm in another gold gown with a long skirt and an upstanding Elizabethan collar. K. It. G. man of the theater party; the class of 1910 ' through Mrs. Julius Bchmeltzer; the clasi of 1914, through Mrs. Earlo T. Mtmkenbeck, and the class ot 1905 through Mrs. Walter M. Rrlstow. " , . . Other subscribers Include Miss Julia B. Anthony. Mrs. Albert Tyler Brophy, Mrs. William J. Buttllnc. Mrs. William N. Baker. Mrs. Frank L. Burns, Mrs. Edwin L. Burns, Frank L. Bahbott. Dr. Cornelia Chase Brant, Miss Mildred Curtin, Mrs. Alexander Craig, Charles E. Crowell. Mrs, S. Parkes Cadman, Mrs. V. Leslie Cadman, Mrs. James O. Carpenter. Mrs. Beth Thayer Stewart. Mrs. Theron A. Clements, Mrs. Clar-ance F. Corner, Mrs. Otis Swan Car roll, Mrs. Lorenzo R. Caruana, Mrs. Ira Seymour Crane, Mrs. George W. Cummlngs, Dr. John H. Denbigh, Mrs. L. C. Dlnsmore, Mrs. Herbert Fletcher Eggert, Miss Ethel Ecker. Mrs. Edward P. Folger, Mrs. George S, Frank, Mrs.. Addison S. Forshay. Mrs. E. P. Goodrich, Miss Georirla Utddings, Mrs. Frederic E. Gunnison, Mrs. Brost Havlland, Mrs. C. F. Holden, Dr. W. E. Howes, Mrs. Henry T. Hotchklss. Mrs. L. R. Hills. Mrs. James M. Hills and Miss Eunice Kaskins. Christmas Dan on of Sons And Daughters of N. E. To He Held Dec. 21. The Sens and Daughters of New England, First Colony, will hold their 13th annual Christmas dance on Tuesday evening, Dec. 21, at the Brooklyn Woman's Club. Mrs. Harry Mcrlck Is president of the society. The committees, headed by Mrs. Bennett R. Rpeer, as general chairman, Include the printing commit tee. William Speer, chulrman, us sisted by Mrs. William Specr and Edward Reynolds; ticket committee. Miss Edna Adams, chairman, as sisted by Miss Mlgnon McCllntock Miss Doris Howland, Miss Priscllla Fuller and Mrs, George A. Sheila Jr.; patroness committee, Mrs Waldemar Busing, chairman, in sisted by Mrs. William Arnold and Mrs. Willard Pearsall; music committee, Mark Hatch; press commit tee, Theodore Sperry; refreshmer. committee, Mrs, John Henry Squires Jr., assisted by Mrs. Mark Hatch and Mrs. George A. Sheilas Jr. New Names Added to List Of Subscribers for Flallmsli Boys Club Theater Party. The list of patrons und patronesses for the theater party for tho benefit of the Flatbush Boys Club, The of iiUr which occupied page found this Mrs. Gerritt Lowell, Mrs. Clarence George V. McKenzle. f riend School Mart Imiii-c to Ite Fcuiih-ihI. A dance after Friend's School oe an Important fair. Mrs. Cornelius will le chairman under the patronage (i. II. V. Hunter, t'hlpman. .Mr. Adam, Mr. and Tim-Iridge, Mr. and Sirow-brldge. Dr. and Mrs. und Mrs. F. Shaw, Samuel Dorrance, Rlchsrd Ytmnjr, Melsel and Mr. and man. The Child Welfare Committee of the will combine with Municipal Affairs to be held tomorrow o'clock af the Motel Rosa Atwatcr and Siat-tery will b in program, which will on and display of day, Including In the Southland season. Mrs. Hardy Is president of - St. John's College entertnln Its with a complimentrry Thursday evening gymnasium at 8 o'clock. for the occasion Juitrr-A. Acosta. Mrs. Mrs. Armand T. Lawrence Malone, Mrs. Mrs. Joseph V. of the prize I'erclval Luughlln, supper committee. Many tickets the concert for which will be held nlng at the Suzanne Keener, Metropolitan Opera the Gordon Quartet Club will be the Decker Is chairman in charge of Tiny Tim Society to Card Party and A card party articles for tho Hospital for be given under the Tiny Tim Society Building' Saturday. sale opens at 2 charge of the each having a assisting her: Charles A. Kittle; Walter Havlland; George Worthlngton. Mrs. A. C. Howe, The Brooklyn will open Its exhibition at the Dec. 7, to continue Miss Louise appointed chairman Alumnae bridge, on Saturday at. Angle Strang. 114 Miss Grace Ohrijc Mrs. Leonard Prospect pi. afternoon in honor Miss Grace uliriK. engagement to Frank L. recently announced. present were Mrs. Randolph, the

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  2. 28 Nov 1926, Sun,
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