Debutante party including Cecile and Lester McDevitt 4JAN1914

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Debutante party including Cecile and Lester McDevitt 4JAN1914 - cently been completed In keeping- keeping- with...
cently been completed In keeping- keeping- with the Gothic design of Calvary Church, to which it belongs. His guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sherlock. Mr. and Mra Clinton Dean and Miss Adele Ooshorn. Quite the most thrilling event for the Juniors on the afternoon of New-Tear's New-Tear's New-Tear's Eve was the The-dansant The-dansant The-dansant at the Sinton. arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Bott expressly for them. Their elders naturally forming, too, to chaperon and look on. The ballroom ballroom was crowded and the decorations of the evening before being still undisturbed, the effect was quite like a Junior holiday ball. Mrs. Bott remains in the East, but Mr. Bott was as usual at his post, and the dancing progressed with the vigor of youth untrammeled by any burden of responsibility. responsibility. rvn New.Year'a Eve Mra Charles Flelschmann took to the Grand to see the "A.--.! "A.--.! "A.--.! "A.--.! faa," a. few friends who have fnr vara welcomed the new year to gether. The party occupied four boxes and afterward had supper at the Sinton, where high carnival held run sway as midnight struck. ; - - . ... nrr an Mr. Horton Clark, at their home in Madlsonvllle, Ohio, had- had- a de-iirhtfiii de-iirhtfiii de-iirhtfiii family dinner party on New- New- Year's Day, several other old friends be-t be-t be-t fliao on the hacDV occasion. The table decorations consisted of roses. carnations, ferns and smliax, and tnere was a pyramid of fruit. The guests of honor were Mr. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mra H. D. Clark, of Dayton, Ky. ". All had a delightful . time and toasted the health of Mr. and Mra H. D. Clark. Those gathered about the hospitable board were Mr. and Mra H. D. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Guy and daughter. Miss Catherine, of Ft. Thomas, Ky.; Mra Thompson and daughter Georglana, ot Newport. Ky.: Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Clark and daughter Mary Esther and several othera ; , : '. i . Miss Leona Mackentepe. daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mackentepe, of PrlC9 Hill, has a' charming guest. Miss Alice Clancy, of Hartford, . Conn., who Is a Smith College girl, and several affairs were given in her honor during the past week. Miss Mackentepe gave a tea with 200 guests in attendance Sunday, evening In honor of her sister, Mra Henry Ratter-man, Ratter-man, Ratter-man, Jr., ' (Alma' Mackentepe), and for her house guest. Miss Clancy. All the rooms of the first , floor were wreathed with holly and polnsettla blossoms Tvith mistletoe in several of the archwsys. The following young girls took turns In pouring the tea, and also assisted, In entertaining: Misses Helen andFlorence Grever. Helen Herschede, Miss Verkamp. Dorothy Martin, Edna Molloy, Emelle Heine and Mary Kain. V The dance which : Dr. and Mrs. Charle? Weber gave Monday, night at the Hyde Park Country Club for thsir debutant daughter, Miss Olive, was a charming affair, and the following were the guests: The Misses Marlon FleweUyn, " Kathleen Hoeffinghoff, Susan Woodmansee, Edna MartinJ Lucille Brigard.- Brigard.- Janet Sanders, Olive Koehler, Harriet Conine, Mamie Lamping, Ruth Ruskln. Cecilia McDevitt, Barbara Guncklach. Katheryn" Jannian. Mary Kirch ner, Edna Martin. Mary Martin. Martin. Elizabeth Newton, Dorothy Elchler, Grace Matthews. Elsa Vogeler, Freda Bodemer, Irma Vogeler, Mary Herschede, Betty Mulhofer. Betty Myers. Margaret Hlnch, Hasel Goodwin, Belle Goodwin. Elizabeth Feebles, Delia Herrllnger, Mary Varner, Elwin Yunkerman, Helen Corwin, Madeleine Serodlno, Helen Philips, Mary Kain, - Irene Wolfson, Ruth Klappert, Marger Rudder, Kathyrn Monroe, Agnes Sokup, Eleanor Jacob, Louise Weldon. Harriet Blackburn, . Sue Ferger, Catherine Catherine Oldenall, Mary Snodgrass, Edna Holt, - Helen SchmMt. Irene Bueliai t, Mary Kyte. Lucille Wittkamper, Dorothy Wydman, Mary Hake; from Purdue University, University, Messrs. Harry Rosenthal, Whitney Whitney Spiegel, Levlt Pope, : Richard Fox, Don McWelty; Messrs.1 Ted Hoeffinghoff, John Tomassene, Wilbor Loughead, Robert Robert Schlenck. H. Hidden, George Adams, George Koehler", James Ricketts, Richard Richard Rust, Lester, McDevitt. James- James- Brett, Wm. Evatt, , Scott Oyler, Lowell ..Robertson, ..Robertson, Merlin Robertson, Andrew Hehkel. : S. Kaustermar, Al Krelmer, Clifford Dut tenhofer, Robert Williamson. James Harrington, Harrington, Milner Little, Carl Hogan, Myron Johnson,. John Rogers, - Stewart Wilkin son. Stewart Peabody, Wm. Monroe, John Downer, John McArthur. Bryant Butter-field. Butter-field. Butter-field. Wm. Watt. Wm. Stewart, Stanley Krug, Robert Sammit, Hildebrandt, Gerald Gerald Hogan, Roger Ferger, Howard Bur-goyne; Bur-goyne; Bur-goyne; Charles Monroe, Edward Bolce, Cameron Sandera- Sandera- Ralph . Ottenjohn. Churchill Blackburn. Earl Jacob, Vaughn Montgomery. Robert -x -x Blackburn. Wm, Strong. George McLaughlin, Lee Reade, Jack Walsh. Francis Fox. Wm. Bolce, Karl Morton. Richard -Holmeyer, -Holmeyer, 'Albert Newblgging. Taylor ; Stanley, . Fred Wittkamper, Wittkamper, . Charles Splnks, Charles . Ben-ingbaus, Ben-ingbaus, Ben-ingbaus, Wm..Benlnghaus. . :: Mr., and Mra Charles Weber .' gave a very handsome reception ' and tea on Monday at the Hyde Park Country Club, of , which- which- Dr. Weber is the President, and they had the pleasure, of presenting to - their many friends . their charming young daughter,' Miss Olive Weber, a debutante debutante of this season, who a few days ago was chosen by the President-General President-General President-General of the National D. -A. -A. . R. as her-chair her-chair her-chair messenger for the April meeting of the National D. A. R. to be held in Washington, Washington, - D. C. . ' . ' N . , . ; Mrs Weber was richly gowned in royal purple panne velvet, with tunlcof crystal net and white fox fur trimming. She carried a cascade bouquet of orchids and violets and wore a diamond neckace. Miss WebermV the debutante, was. In white brocaded satin veiled - in crystal net. She wore a rope of pearls, a Una

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 04 Jan 1914, Sun,
  3. Page 41

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