Times Herald (Olean, New York) 29 January 1917 Page 8
'Luncheon on Ice Feature of Party Given by Brofcaws, Expert Society the j and after j front j were were rend Rus- Cane- today's compelled river. River Aa preparation, advanced Prince a sue- 1 on the; afternoon Com- Friday Irak front, .,, . ,, .. _ ,, ,, .... their _ k l l l ,_ on the ^T^S^TÂ£ le iT large skating party at their place at JMillneck, on Long Island.: The ice was in perfect condition and tbe air : : hundred "Two vio- , . orangemen, were blended for per- jwas crisp enough to make the sport j bite or two. Even a.snowstorm which J van Ilensselaer, Comte na ps ! ideal for those -who. indulged in it. blew up, ** the Jifl|e did not lessen JeaQ dc u Gfe2e Mr and Mrg Le wis ! of tne Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brokaw, ; society couple who are known in been si one lucchedn a oank ot picture, the cent time ena4gYO. Â«ince early morning, no "Â·filing to stop for the served on the an is shown in the rokaw was seated. In of them -took and have sport and are fast becoming as as their parents in the art of skating. Among those present were Mr. Mrs. Acson U. iBurchard, Mr. Me- tram Work. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fair, JMrs. Fuller Potter, Mrs. cap- ^~ ffuests"w^re from various colo- died J them, in turn. Long York. (Music -was furnished, for the dancing dancing and figure skating by a hurdy. gurdy, which was played iby Mr. Brokaw and all the guests, or most j he Although most of the guests had Â·the ardor jpt th$ skaters, Vbt seemed seemed nrtWfir to totrease the eWWsIawBf of all. !Mr. Bror Meyer of St. Moritz and '.Miss Emmy Bergfeldt gave exhibitions exhibitions of fancy skating, and Mr. and Mrs. Brokaw did some clever figure skating. The little Misses Barbara and* Minn Brokaw also enjoyed the Cass Ledyard, Jr.; Mr. and 'Huntington Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Carleton, Miss Julia Carleton, Mr. Walter 'Russell, Miss Eleanor Mr. Stephen Van Rensselaer, Miss 'Beatrice Batterman and Miss Alice Beadleston.