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Women's News Edited by Donie Car mack Travel News mmtut Section 2 14 Pages VOL. CLXVI. NEW SERIES NO. 25,176 LOUISVILLE, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER !, 1937. Gala Holiday In Store For Students Deliberations ad infinitum are a commonplace of the shopping scene. Herein ' ; the blaze of light that is a gift shop at Christinas time, Mrs. Ielson Helm, left, and Mrs. James Clark, III, attempt to make a choice. Onlv a few short weeks inter vene before the Christmas holi days, which will see the return from school and college of the boys and girls eager for the parties which crowd the calendar. The following is a list of some of them. . Miss Nanine Hilliard will return December 18 from Vassar College to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Hilliard. Miss Barbara Bullitt will return December 19 from the Shipley Schoo and Mr. Thomas Walker Buliitt will return at the same time from the Harvard Law School to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall Bullitt. Miss Marys Converse will re turn December 18 from Vassar College to spend the holidays with vher parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry f. uonverse. Miss Fannette Horner will re turn December 18 from .Vassar College to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horner. Midshipman Benjamin Pickett will arrive December 24 from Annapolis to spend the holidays with his aunt, Dr. Alice w. FicKett. Miss Louise Woodruff will return December 18 from Vassar College to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Woodruff. Three In Kent Family Among Returning Students Mr. Roger Kent will return December 19 from Haverford College to spend the holidays with ' his Barents. Dr. Ravmond A. Kent and Mrs. Kent. Miss Constance Kent will return December 18 from Vassar College and Mr. Charles Kent will return about the same time from the Juilliard Graduate School to spend the holidays with their parents. Miss Florence Heyburn will return December 18 from Vassar College to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Heyburn. Mr. G. Breaux Ballard, Jr., will return December 18 from Yale University to spend the holidays with his parents. I Mr. AllenE,lLarvey,Tr., will! return December 18 from Yale, University to spend the holidays with his parents. Mr. Grover Page, Jr., a student at Columbia University, will arrive December 19 to spend the holidays with his parents. Mr. Clifton Rhodes, a .student at Woodberrv Forest School, will ar- riv TVremher 18 to SDend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph a. itoaes, jr. Mr. Lyman Martin, Jr., will return December 18 from Woodber-ry Forest School to spend the holidays with his parents. Mr. Charles G. Middleton, Jr., a student at the University of Virginia, and Mr. Edwin Middle-tnn. a student at Woodberry For est School, will arrive December 18 to spend the holidays with tneir parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Middleton. - Boomers Await Visit Of 2 Sons, 2 Daughters Miss Barbara Boomer, a student at Briarcliff Junior College, and Miss Marian Boomer, a student at Stephens College, will arrive December 18 to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George O. Boomer. Mr. Jack Roomer, a student at Princeton University, and Mr. George Owen Boomer. Jr., a student at w ooo-berry Forest, will arrive December 18 to spend the holidays with their parents. Mr Rnhert Eean. a student at Yale University, wij arrive December 20 and Mr. Jack Egan, a student at the Villano School, will arrive December 18 to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Egan. Miss Ann Haldeman Price will return December 18 from Vassar. College and Mr. Charles Baird Price, Jr., will return December 19 (mm Valp University to SDend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baird rrice. Mr. Hpnrv A. Petter II. a stu Acts at Washington and Lee Uni versity, will arrive December 19 to spend part of the holidays with his aunt, Mrs. T. B. Keegan, and Mr. Keegan at the Weissmger-Gaul bert. Mies Jeanne Bradv. a student at the National Park Seminary, will arrive December 18 to spend tne holidays with her aunt, Mrs. Gerald Everbach, and Mr. Ever bach. .i..!.:..,.!..;,,.... i il lujmmm i i ' . ' J ' 1 1 1 I I I -IT" ' 1 fr2 fc IS r I j i -jrk (ZAyl Visa ; A A mm I .1 " v ,; AS t I . 1 ! wjrw'--T c . a - a 1 . ' -'- -1 . rV. 5 v :; -; Most spirited of all Christmas counters a re the toy hhops Avherc the liutt ot inriM. . i ; l U sV. I ' : I ' mas dolls draws an unending line. Comparing finds are Mrs., ilham M. ; Upftrr f s ,0v' " A McClarin, left, and Mrs. Peter B. Lanham, Jr., ' , ' ' V - (v? y' lj ' ' N - " .... x - ; . . j f -v .r S - - .1 ' ri "X' I ..v.. I - (C.-J. Staff Photos By H. Harold Davis. ; K- - r If you are a dawdler, one brisk tour of the shopping district will dispel that pleasant feeling of Time Aplenty. The Christmas scene in all its tingly, spangly glory and such forearmed shoppers as Mrs. Charles V. Milncr, Jr., will inspire you to activity or if you really are an incorrigible putter-offer at least to envy. Mr. John M. Atherton will re turn December 18 from Harvard University to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lee Atherton. St. Paul's School to spend the holidays with his parents. Yale Vacation To Start December 18 Mr. Douglass McKeller will return December 18 from Yale Uni versity to spend the holiday with his mother, Mrs. J. Morton Morris, and Mr. Morris. Miss Dorothy Caperton will return December 18 from Miss Porter's School, Farmington, Conn., and Mr. John H. Caperton will return December 18 from the Ashe-ville School for Boys, to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Caperton. Miss Kathleen MacLean will re turn December 18 from Vassar College to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C b MacLean. Mr. Charles Meneel Allen will rptnrn TVrpmher 18 from Yale lTniversitv to SDend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur u. Allen. Mr. Erskine Howard Courtenav. Jr, will return December 18 from turn December 18 from Washing ton and Lee University to spena the holidays with his parents. Mr. Addison Dimmitt. Jr.. will return December 18 from Wash ington and Lee University to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Addison Dimmitt. Miss Martha Shannon Perkins will return December 21 from Duke University to fcnend the hoi idays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Shannon feriuns. Mr. Grant Hublev will return December 18 from Yale University to spend the holidays witn nis parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Wilbur Hubley. Mr. Vharles I. Dawson, Jr., will return December 18 from Yale University to spend the holidays with his parents. Mr. Kennedy Helm, Jr., will re- at Pembroke College, will arrive December 19 to spend the holidays with her mother, Mrs. R. Hayes Davis, and Dr. Davis. Miss Ada Clare Sneckman will rpturn Drcember 18 from Witten berg College to spend the holidays with her parents, air. ana ivirs. Lawrence bpeckman. . Long-Borries Nuptials Set For Dec. 14 Mr. Tnnes Mahon will return December 14 from the University of Virginia to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Mahon. Cadet David B. Goodwin will return December 23 . from the United States Military Academy to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. J. J. Goodwin. Miss Pauline Moxley, student Mr. Laurence Howe, a student at the University of Chicago, will arrive December 18 to -spend the holidays with - his mother, Mrs. Annie Balmforth Howe. Miss Madison Bell Bowmer will return December 18 from Centre College to spend the holidays with her mother, Mrs. W. S. Bowmer. Cadet Russell to Come From U. S. Academy Cadet G. Caldwell Russell will return December 23 from the United States Military Academy to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. L. Burton-Gray. Messrs. Alfred and Bruce Mc-Crearv will return December 19 from Rollins Colleee to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mccreary. j Mr. Robinson Brown, Jr.. will return December 14 from the Uni versity of Virginia to spend the holidays with his parents. Mr. Albert C. Dick. Jr.. will re turn December 17 from' the Uni versity of Virginia to spend the holidays with his parents. Miss Marion Hill will return December 18 from Vassar College to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hill. Miss Penelope Harrison will return December 18 from Mt. Holy- (Continued on Pafe 9, Column 1.) The wedding of Miss Gulnare Enders Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Long, and Mr. William A. v. Borries will take place at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, December j 14, at the Broadway Baptist 'Church, the Rev. Dr. Hansford D. Johnson officiating. Mrs. Eugene F. Farmer will be the matron of honor and Miss Katherine Wendell Hewett, the maid of honor. Mrs. Joseph Rad- fnrH Gathrieht. Mrs. Thomas is.. Van Zandt, Jr., Misses Toska Ann. v. Rnrrips. sister of the bride groom, and Mary - Chenault Van Winkle will be the bridesmaids. Mr. J. Kent Borries will serve as his brother's best man and the ushers will be Messrs. A. Ralston Matheny, Russell Broaadus, Jr., Rersjman Letzler. Kennedy Helm ! Clark and Dr. Norman C. Hender son, Dawson Springs. Bridal Parties Numerous. Mr. and Mrs. James Clark III. cave a cocktail party for Miss Long and Mr. Borries, and Mr Kennedy Helm Clark gave a buffet supper in their honor. Miss Mary Chenault Van Winkle gave & shower Thursday for Miss Long, and on Friday, Maj. Theodore Barnett and Mrs. Barnett were hosts at a luncheon at Fort Knox. Miss Katherine Hewett will give Princeton Triangle Performance Dec. 24 The Princeton Triangle Club will give a performance on Christmas Eve at the Municipal Auditorium. For its lorty-nintn annual show the club will present "Fol-de-Rol, a musical comeay of the time of the Restoration of King Charles II. The words and music of the show and the scenery were all done by the young men who will perform and the cast includes the Merrv Monarch, a nlaywright hero, a villanous Duke and Duchess and twenty-four ladies of the chorus. a cocktail party this Sunday at 5 p.m. for Miss Long and Mr. V, Borries, and on Tuesday, Mrs. William J. Borries will entertain with a tea in their honor. Mrs. Robert Ross and Miss Virginia Danforth Ross will give a luncheon for- the brid..: party on. Wednesday at their home in Cher okee Gardens, and on Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Van Zandt, Jr., will be hosts at a buffet supper. Mrs. Joseph R. Gathright will give a luncheon Friday afternoon and that night, Mr. and Mrs. kus- sell Broaddus, Jr., will entertain with a cocktail party. Miss Toska Ann v. Borries will give a spinster's dinner Saturday night, De cember 10, and on Sunday, December 12, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ralston Matheny will entertain with a buffet supper. Mr. and Mrs. Menefee Wirgman will give a buffet supper Monday, December 13. at their home, Cherokee RL, in honor of Miss Lone and Mr. v. (Borries.

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