Harry Van Deusen went to a birthday party.
BIRTHDAY SURPRISE PARTY Tendered to Mr. J. Eugene Ryerson at His Home. Among the social events of the past week was a birthday surprise party tendered to Mr. J. Eugene Ryerson by some of his many friends at his residence, 198 Eighth street. The "surprisee" had been enticed and spirited away early in the evening, while phantom formes silently gathered at the house and dispersed dispersed themselves to their several nooks in the twliighted parlors. The surprisee then being recalled on important business, ostensibly to see a friend, was very agroeablv surprised to see a. far more plural friend than he had ex - peeted. Operations were then begun to make things pleasant. Music and games were free - ly Indulged in. - "ot to be forgotten was the line collation served during the evening. On leaving expressions of the enjoyment they had were made by all present, among whom were Miss Llla Calder. Miss Etta De Ath, Miss Jessie Van Deusen. Miss Jennie Diel - man. Miss May Hudson, Miss Louise 'Poppe, Miss Carrie Van Deusen of Xew York, Miss Sarah Willis, Miss Ella Hudson. Mrs Waiter Loring, Miss Emma Poppe, Miss liar - riet Willis. Miss Hattie Sllter, Miss Ireno Ryerson. Miss Fannie Laying, Mrs. Harry Lester. Jliss Grace Ryerson, Miss Mlnnio Voss, Miss Ratio Pardee, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ryerson. Charles W. Wc - IIer. J. Eugene Kverson. Fred L. Sitter. Walter Gill "will Pardee. Oscar Meiirlin, Thomas Bird, John Pardee. Charles Calder. Eugene Oakley, Harry Van Deusen, ! red A. Drake. Mr. Johnson, Charles B. Vanderboek. Ed Armitage, Harry Lester, Howard Van Duesen of Xew York city, John Circle, Miss Bertie Gill. ! ' ! ' ; ;