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- S 4 WtOVJr - KVT AWKBLJKr TIB aFN VlV - LS 1HI - - TO i Q 4M JM M P9 HBNRT I DODQB en tertained - with one of the largest and most elaborate iJuncheons of thef - winter at flier beautiful home on Franklin atreet lyesterday in honor of her charminff niece Miss Mabel Dodge of San Jta - ifael Autumnal foliage in the rich russets and browns trimmed the hand - eome hall - while the drawing - room was dainty 4n pink carnations Vivid red Christmas berries and brilliant poln - BettlaY - were massed in the dining - room on the trails and on the three round tables - which with the additional additional rich hue of the lighted candles under glowing shades produced an exceedingly pleasing effect Marking each place was not only a beautiful name card but corsage bouquet of long - stemmed fragrant violets At two of the tables the place cards were of exquisite little Watteaa heads at the third sprigs of Engli holly done in water colors One of tfae tables was occupied entirely by this seasons dc butantes Strains from a hidden orchestra orchestra formed a delightful accompaniment accompaniment to the easy flow of conversation conversation which proclaimed Mrs Dodges well - planned Juncheqn a success Those present beside the hostess and her guests of honor were Mrs Gale Miss Marlon Huntington Miss Georgia Wlntrlngham Miss Mary Foster Miss Anna Foster Miss Christine Pomeroy Miss Elsie Tallant Miss Florence Boyd Miss Helen Murison Miss Sophie Borel Miss Alice Borel Miss Margaret Newhall Miss Josephine de Gulgne Miss Marie Christine de Gulgne Miss Hilda Van Slcklen Miss Katherlne Dillon Miss Pearl Landers Miss Margaret Postlethwatte Mlsa Mayltta Pease Miss Edna Middleton Miss Alice Wllklns Miss Gertrude Dutton Miss Mabel Toy Miss Emily Wilson Miss Lucy Gwln Coleman Miss Helen Chesebrough Miss Perals Coleman Miss Hazel King Miss Genevieve Genevieve King Miss Jennie Blair Miss Allys Sullivan Miss Gertrude Hyde - Smith and Miss Helen Bowie the spring is now contemplated and will be welcome to the many friends of both Captain and Mrs Ferris Cap tain Ferris was stationed for some years on Angel island with the First Infantry but since his resignation On account of ilMiealth has been seldom in California Of the three handsome Hobbs girls only one of the sisters is now living in San Francisco That one is Mrs Ernest Ernest Goodwin Mme Artesimovltch bavins lived abroad since her marriage marriage while Mrs Ferris has been with the Captain principally on the Eastern Coast Mrs William G Irwin will celebrate Christmas eye with a large dinner dance at her handsome home Miss Eva Thompklns of Salt Lake is the guest Of friends im this State The marriage of Miss Nellie Wilde daughter of Mrs Hiram Pearsons Murphy of 4402 Greenwood avenue Chicago to Lieutenant Joseph Robert McAndrews First Cavalry United States Army was celebrated at Manila Manila November 28th A yearago this time Lieutenant McAndrews McAndrews was stationed In this city and took a lively interest In social events He is several inches over six feet in height and carries himself remarkably remarkably well The Duke of Roxburghes resignation resignation of his commission in the Blues adds another to the list of notable young soldiers whose prominence in the peerage has Induced them to turn their thoughts to peace The Duke of Roxburghe was accounted a particularly particularly promising young officer by his superiors Mrs Kashow and Mr and Mrs William William R Evans of San Francisco who have been spending the autumn with Mr and Mrs Virginia F Graves of Philadelphia have left that city and are returning to the Paclflc Coast Mrs Emil Rudolph Miss Helen Rudolph - - f apron of jay stripes a head - dress of bright material ora kerchlff knotted about the head and many strings of beads on heck and arms formed a costume at once picturesque comfortable comfortable and becoming Those of the men who did not care to tax their Ingenuity Ingenuity too heavily wore gowns and caps of different shapes peculiar to lawyers andnobles while the simplest easiest and most popular of disguises was thatf of a monk The scene was a gay onje peculiarly appropriate in setting and did credit to the originality originality and dash of its lively participants Mrs Mrs Hi A Morrow mother of Major H if Morrow Judge Advocate of the Department of California is ex - r pected taLarrlve here from the East Within afew days During her visit in San Francisco - Mrs Morrow will have apartments at the Cumberland Miss Edith Esberg gave a dinner last evening in honor of Miss Schwabacher Schwabacher who Is about to leave on an extended - tour of Europe Eighteen mutual friends - were asked to the farewell dinner Miss Gjrace Kafka left for Honolulu last Saturday The members of the Entre Nous Cotillon Will - give a leap year assembly and gernian on Friday evening January January 1st Jn the new ballroom of the Palace Hotel A quiet wedding was celebrated Thursday evening at 8 P M at St Josephs jChurch by the Rev Father J Collins The groom was Thomas J Walcott formerly a resident of San Francisccj now of Nome City Alaska the1 brldep Mrs Nelllek Blangy widow of AlberttBlangy The ceremony was witnessed by a number of intimate friends of the couple After the services services the wedding party enjoyed a wedding supper at a down - town restaurant restaurant Mr and Mrs Walcott will spend thplr honeymoon in Southern California An evening at home was given for Thomas Winter by his parents Mr and MrsD Winter at his residence 1320 Harrison street December 12th Among the guests weret The Misses Edna Carley Edna Crowe Nana FItz - Patrick Carrie Heisel Gertrude Hlg - glns Apnie Johnston Marguerite Morani Georgette Renault Mary Stewart Stewart Dora jWeilarid Alice Winter May Winter aod Lucy Winter George Baker Ijeo Costello Roger Duney Will HaQ Joe Kane Leo Kane A Kregah JUchard Murphy jlhn Murphy Murphy James Moran Earl Pengelly Emmet Winter and Thomas Winter Miss OJga Dierks gave a party at her residence 900 Devisadero street Saturday evening December 12th Hearts was played Among those present were Miss Grace Muller Miss Aurora Artigues Miss Irma Berman Miss Fernando de Gurtaldl Miss Mamie Mamie McRienna Miss Joan Oliver Miss Sylvia Berman Miss Olga Dierks Mrs C Wollpert - Miss Grace WolIpertMIss Miriam Livingstone Miss Camilla de - Boome Miss Kathleen Oliver Miss Carrie Scheurman Miss Edith Donovan Donovan Miss Marion Frlsbe and Miss Genevieve Heunlsch A red party was given to Mlsi Roselje Schwartz of 916 OFarre 1 street to celebrate her sixteenth birthday birthday anniversary Those present were Misses Bee arid Gertrude Greeneberg Maybellej Rosenthal Ruby Frledberg Sylvia Samuels Alice and Annie Solomon Solomon Gertrude Lelbes Grace Wllzln - skl and Annie Epstein Walter Brant December 47th J Hoist M Lusin and E A Greenblatt composed the committee on arrangements Mrs Caroline Metzger of 1913 Van Ness avenue has resumed her day at home the first Tuesday in each month The first annual ball of the Young Mens Hebrew Association will be held Thursday evening January 7th in Native Sons Hall Mrs Henry J Crocker and children left yesterday for Santa Barbara where they will pass the holidays with Mrs Crockers mother Mrs Ives Mr Crocker will join his family Christmas eve Mr and Mrsk Cebrian accompanied by Miss de Laveaga and their eight children returned yesterday from Europe after an absence of several years Most of their time has been passed in Spain Mr and Mrs Chester Evans have closed their home in Belvedere and will be in this city for the winter and spring at 1474 Sacramento street where they have taken an apartment Mrs Evans will be at home second Tuesdays Mrs K S Yemans and her niece Miss Elizabeth Painter abandoned their proposed trip to New York by way of Panama because of the war oh the Isthmus They had intended to spend the winter In the East and on their way home to visit the Yellowstone Yellowstone Park and the St Louis Fair Mrs Yemans and Miss Painter will now pass the winter here keeping in their apartments at the Pleasanton where they will receive on the first Monday of each month In the spring they will probably make their sea journey to New York Miss Painter has greatly improved Jn health and Is again enjoying the social whirl She was one of the receiving party at Miss Georgle Splekers tea Mrs T Q Phelps who has been taking the rest - cure treatment dur lng the past three months is much improved and has so nearly recovered her strength that she expects to be able to receive her friends again after another month She plans to come to the city In February and enjoy some of the affairs of the later part of the season What promises to be one of the jolllest hops ever given at the Pre - sldjo will take place in January when the ladles of the post will hold a leap year ball No gentleman will be allowed to attend unless escorted by a lady and the men guests will be obliged to wait invitations to dance for the fair hostesses will be the ones to go about asking for waltzes Officers of the post and others bidden to the hop will have an opportunity to find out who are most popular with the Army ladles j It Is expected that the Presidio grounds will be thronged with soclety folk on Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock when the post team composed of artillery and cavalry officers will - play a return baseball game with the officers team of the Fifteenth Infantry from Monterey The post team when it played the Fifteenth at Monterey several weeks ago won by a score of 7 to 6 and expects to win again this time because it has never seen defeat But the visiting ball players are quite as confident and there will be plenty of excitement for the friends and supporters supporters of each team

Clipped from San Francisco Chronicle20 Dec 1903, SunPage 36

San Francisco Chronicle (San Francisco, California)20 Dec 1903, SunPage 36
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