Nov. 1909: The Vaughan's entertain for Debutante Morris
Debutante Beception and Danoe. One of the distinctively handsome entertainments entertainments of the year was the afternoon afternoon reception and subsequent dance In the evening given yesterday by Mrs. Frank W. Vaughan to compliment Miss Ruth Morris, ope of the season's debutantes. debutantes. The Vaughan home in Westmoreland, Westmoreland, Ideal in Its arrangements for entertaining, was especially attractive vesterday with the additional embellishment embellishment of lovely flowers and plants. he spacious hail with its hardwood floor strewn with Persian rugs, furnished an effective background for the arrangement arrangement of tall palms and ferns, and the American Beauty roses which filled crystal crystal vases and brass Jardinieres here and there. In the drawing room, where the hostess and honoree received, handsome white chrysanthemums and Bride roses, with the accompaniment of greens, added added to the floral adornment. Wall baskets baskets held roses and the autumn blossoms, blossoms, and the mantel was beautiful with its banking of asparagus plumosa and vases of exquisite buds. Palms graced the corners and the polished old mahogany mahogany tables held vases of the chryaantho-tnums. chryaantho-tnums. chryaantho-tnums. In the dining room adjoining a color plan of pink ana green was charmingly charmingly developed, the green of the walls and mission furniture making a pretty background for the Killarney roses which filled vases and bowls in different parts of the room. The buffet was banked with ferns and the roses and held silver candelabra with pink unshaded tapers. The culmination of the decorative scheme was In the library, where great clusters of golden chrysanthemums and bowls of yellow cosmos enhanced the beauty of an unusually charming room, the brick mantel and fireplace being particularly effective with Its banking of feathery sprengarie and brass Jardinieres of the chrysanthemums. Theoosmos and chrysanthemums chrysanthemums also adorned the bookcasei and tables, and yellow tapers gave a soft light. The punch table occupied a pretty corner and In the afternoon was presided .over by Misses Mildred Nelms and Bonner Means. Receiving cards at the door were little Miss Marlon Louise Gardiner, very dainty In white with a pink sash, and young Frank Vaughan, In speckless white, both lad and lassie carrj'lng prettily decorated baskets. A delicious salad course was served during the receiving hours and In the afternoon. Mrs. Vaughan was assisted by the debutantes debutantes and bv Mesdames H. H. Garwood, Harris Masterson, It. T. Morris, C. P. Shearn. Jr., A. S. Vandervoort, Sterling Myer, P. K. Ewlng, J. W. Maxcy. Z. F. Ulllard, L. W. Craig, W. E. Kendall, Alma McDonald, George Paullls, Ingham Beward, Walter Tortey, Amos Gardiner, Sherman Brady. L. T. Krausse, T. G. Ratcllff, Frank Reichardt. W. C. Conner, Conner, J. R. Parks. J. C. Means and J. V. Meek. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan entertained with "a dance for Miss Morris, Morris, about seventy-five seventy-five seventy-five young people en-Joying en-Joying en-Joying their hospitality. The polished floors throughout the reception suite were cleared for dancing, and fifteen numbers, comprising the waits and two-step two-step two-step and three extras, composed the program. program. The veranda, screened and furnished furnished with chairs, rugs and potted plants, furnished an attractive tete-a-tete tete-a-tete tete-a-tete tete-a-tete tete-a-tete corner between dances. During an Intermission a delicious collation was served, and throughout the evening little little Misses Rosalie Meek, Mathilda riooth and Mary Elisabeth Vaughan served the punch. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan were assisted In entertaining In the evening by a few of their married friends and the debutantes. debutantes. Among those present were: Misses: Carrie-Belle Carrie-Belle Carrie-Belle Gar- Gar- Rostne Huston, nett, Helen Warley, Wllna McKee, Merial Dorchester, Mary Bowles, LJllle Neuhaus, Stella Olraud. Anita Fay, McAshan. Erna Neuhaus, Mary Woolford, Irma Jones, Ethel Bailey, Tarklngton of Ken- Ken- Randolph of Austin, tucky, Lois Krausse, Marguerite Fuller, GussieHahl, Elizabeth Connelley, Electa Connelley. Edellne Belk, Mary Klttrell, Agnes Robinson, Pearl Hamilton, Ella Cage, Kate Rice, Laura Rice, Gertrude Mlchaux, Katherlne Nash, Elsie Neuhaus, Zoe Blount, Bess Moore, Harvle Wallls' of Mattle Wier, Beaumont, Mary Lou Thomp- Thomp- Ethlyn Wallls of son, Beaumont, Holllns, Pearl Fraser. Messrs. : Ed. McDonald Charles Oliver, Horace Wilklns, will Carter. Claude Hackney. Campbell Sewall, Leslie McDonald. Rot McDonald. Stanley Beard, Chester Bryan, Leonard Craig, Eric Boetteher. Clarence Kendall. L. H. Dunmltt, Dr. Ratcilf f, George Teat, Garey Haynes, Frits Dyer, TomVfer, Fred Williams, Chester Marston. John Vandermark, W. H. Sprong, Raymond Dickson. Paul Harvey, Jim Dow, Morgan, Jim Plttman, Craig Belk, Otis Hamblen, Earl Wharton, Harry Swlnford. Oliver Fitsgerald. Harry Ford, Hugo Neuhaus.