The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on December 22, 1938 · Page 9
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w For Cloificd Ad Remits BROOKLYN EAGLE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1938 Telephone MAIn 4-6200 rociQTV Dinners Given Before Dance Assembly Preceded by Parties for Young Set Members Mrs. Henry C. Eldert and Mrs. E. Eggert Hexamer entertained at din-ner last evening at Mrs. Eldert's home, 8 Prospect Park West, for their daughters, Miss Elizabth Eldert and Miss Katherine Hexamer. The dinner preceded Miss Elsie L. Hep- Durn s Assembly. The guests were the Misses Louise Valentine, Betsy Durk, Nettle Jane AUebach, Betty Catlin, Sally Sloane, Maria Conroy, Ruth Pillion, Ellen McCarthy, Betty Hearn, Stephen Bromley, Samuel Doudiet, Gordon Bruce, Edmund Callaghan, John Cummlngs, Douglas Gray, Jack Langstaff, Joseph O'Malley, Thomas Rock, Stephen Waldenbere and Robert Taylor. Another party before the dance was given by Mr. and Mrs. Waldo W. Sellew of 450 Washington Ave, for their daughter, Miss Catharine Sellew. Their guests were the Misses Carol King, Carol Cruik-ehank, Violet Sittig. Sidnee Slttig, Betty Lohman and Neal and Jeremy Addoms, William Lohman, Henry Turner, Welles Sellew and Richard- ion Buist. Mrs. J. Norman Carpenter re eeived with Miss Hepburn at the Assembly which took place at Grace Church parish house. Mrs. Marion P. North, Mrs. Albert W. Mcisel. Mrs. William E. Harmon and Mrs. Eugene J. Armbruster are serving as hostesses for Open House t the Brooklyn branch office of Youth Consultation Service of Church Mission of Help, 125 DeKalb Ave., today and tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Mordaunt gave a Christmas tea and reception thla afternoon at Sherry's, Manhattan, in honor of their daughters, the Misses Jeanne Mordaunt, a student at Manhattanville College, and Adrlenne Mormaunt, of Marymount School. Assisting in receiving were Mrs. Joseph A. Young, the former Miss Helen Mordaunt; Mrs. James S. Brown Jr., the Misses Lucile Cloud, Virginia Quimi and Isabel Perazzo of Brooklyn. SPECIAL HOLIDAY ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION FARE TO Boston 7 Tlakata m4 hIm Dmakr U ta II, Intluilva. Rtttin Unit January 10, list. He -v. V v To Be Married if' m lift. t$y Miss Althea Pardee, daughter of. Dr. and Mrs. Harold E. B. Pardee of Lawrence, is engaged to William A. Evans Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Evans of Northway, Greenwich, Conn. (Jay Te Winburn Photo.) Tha saptrb big liners S. S. Acadia and S. S. Saint John now in service Regular fellings dally 5:30 P.M. from Pier 1. North Siver, N. Y. Dae eire t A.M. mx day. Ne loWne CJirljfmaa Say er New Ytar't Bay. Regular oae-wy fare, J5.50. State-reemi, far ai llltla ai $1, will ac- ' eemmoeeTe ant er two virion. " Tee only dally, dlrtct. overnlgf)f, aaetered affwaror reute via long li-(and Sound and Cap Cod Canal. Apply 1 E. 44th St., T.I. MUrray Hill 2-4473: or Piar If. North River, N. Y., Tal. COrtlandt 7-TS00. EASTERN STEAMSHIP LINES Vacation Places ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. ATLANTIC CITY klel Write Convention Hall. Roam 109. Atlantla City aaaBaaojaa-BMoojoaaoajjeHBBBaaBBBBBBojaajBBBBaaBBBBea ftharo Maani Mora Hf 1 - - M rromS3Eureean,wlffl II ralM Ilj ( 1 nnoli $S. Vlait ui oftn. PMP;'iT4la 1 BMoaaMMMaBoiHasMnaMOBaaaBf Music School Benefits By Cossack Choir Concert The Brooklyn Music School Settle ment was the beneficiary of the con cert given by the Don Cossack Choir last evening at the Academy of Mu sic. The choir, led by Serge Jaroff, conductor, gave a varied program consisting of religious numbers, as well as comical Cossack songs. A cantata from the 950th Annuary of the Captism of Russia by K. Schwed off was sung and Mr. Schwedoff, a guest at the concert, was introduced to the audience. Mrs. Arnold Downing of Bay Ridge served m chairman of th benefit and Mrs. Benjamin Prince, president of the Brooklyn Music School Settlement, was chairman of patrons and patronesses. Mrs. Prince, who occupied a box, had as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Karp Mikhalenkoff, Miss Dorothy Lawton, Harold Henry and Charles Bruver. Mr. Mikhalenkoff is director of the Music School Settlement. Mrs. William H. Read and her guests occupied the box reserved by Supreme Court Justice and Mrs. Philip A. Brennan, and Mrs. Ralph Jones of 741 Westminster Road occupied the box of Morning Choral, of which Mrs. Alfred Inge is president. Mrs. Alexander L. Walls, president of Chaminade, occupied another box. Program girls were the Misses Harriet H. and Alice W. Merrill. Sally Lou Meisel, Margretta Love, Margery L. Farrington, Marjorie P. Bacon and Louise P. Hubert. Miss Harriet Merrill was chairman of program girls and Mrs. Bennett Bishop was chairman of the Junior committee. ' Brooklyn Music School Settlement is now in its 27th year and Is serving 450 students, giving them music and music appreciation lessons at nominal fees. It has a faculty of 25 t ,d a new director Mr. Mikhalenkoff, who formerly sang with the Don Cossack Choir. 00 The Junior Alumnae of Adelphi Academy will hold its annual Christmas dance at the Towers Hotel. Brooklyn, tomorrow evening. Proceeds from the affair will goi to the Teachers Pension Fund. The general chairman for the dance will be Miss Cecile Caster. EN'JOY milder Wlntar dara at tha aeaihora. Llva In aaaa and comfort. Qonulna boRpltallty and nberb food. SEA8I0I HOTEL. Atlantla City. ONLY (10 Pr Parana. Seaihora weokond Trl.-Btin. (airapt holMayi). tnrl. doiiclmif moala, tea tutor bithl. HOTEL SENATOR. Atlantla City. LAKEWOOD, N. J. T II E MONTEREY CHRISTIAN CLIENTELE. REASONABLE RATES TEL. Ill LAKEWOOD. M. A. K EARNS A HOTEL OP CHARM AND HOSPITALITY. GEORGIA w ROrjTH'll BEST 1S-HOI.E OOI.F (nt Hntrl Door) Freo (lo RldlnO to ii kl. :..! Avoraae 391 Sonihin? Daya Y.arly. FOREST BIIXS HOTFI,, Aufualo. C, Rrlerllvo enrmna. mow "po. FLORIDA gT. PfTFKSnmo, norld.. ThMSiinshln. CUT." For illuntrnted booklet rlte B. u. yi.pl, MniiMrar, Chnmbrr of Commfrce rLORIDA EAST COAST FI.Eler bitrl. . . . t SI- AKtlno. Ormand Bfach, PaJm Uracil nd Key Weal. TRAVEL HtMKirK! , IM RtMHEPt tT. Trajval (at ourl) Bora Hall i lurtoa CUatvlud t-Uti ' Lt. Grand C antral , , 5:00 P. M. Ar. Chicaco 9:00 A. M. Lt. Chicaco 4:00 P. M. At. Grand Central , . 9:00 A.M. Mora rha avar. It nnra an man Mia"cantiHT" Krmaii MUrrar Hill fj-jloa aaaanaar: Constance P. Johnstone Honored at Reception Mr. and Mrs. F. Cliffe Johnston of 18 E. 77th St., Manhattan, formerly of Brooklyn, gave a large reception yesterday afternoon at their home to present their daughter, Miss Constance Palmer Johnston, to older friends of the family. The debutant received with her parents and sisters, the Misses Grace Virginia and Jean Frances Johnston. She wore a gown of white satin made with a princess bodice of lace and a bouffant skirt, and carried a Colonial bouquet. Mrs. Johnston wore black velvet and wore .a corsage of ..lavender orchids. Miss Jean Johnston wore red velvet trimmed with pink velvet. Miss Grace Johnston wore qlnk satin an a gar denia corsage. Assisting at the tea table, which was decorated with poinsettlas and small white Christmas trees, were Mrs. Johnston's sisters, Mrs. Theo dore Weicker, Mrs. William H. Fry, and Mrs. Sherley W. Morgan. Miss Johnston attended the Cha- pin School and was graduated from Montrose last June. She Is a grand daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lowell M. Palmer of Brooklyn. Day Nursery to Be Scene of a Party A Christmas party for the chil dren of the Immaculate Conception Day Nursery and their parents will be held at the nursery, 117 Sands St., tomorrow afternoon. At 5 o'clock the children will entertain the managers and guests with recitations, Christmas hymns and a playlet. Each child will be presented with a Christmas stocking filled with gifts from the managers and nursery. Mrs. William G. O'Brien Is chairman of the Christmas gift committee and Mrs. John F. Winters chairman of a committee which will trim a large Christmas tree and decorate the house. Preceding the party a regular meeting of the managers will be held at 4:30 with Mrs. Thomas F. Casey as hostess at tea. Prospect Club Celebrates At Mrs. Mowbray's Home Mrs. Louts M. Mowbray was hostess at her home, 538 3d St., yesterday for Prospect Club's Christmas meeting. Mrs. Robert Huse Brown, i president, presided. Mrs. R. Edson Doolittle gave a talk on ' The Christ Child in Art." Mrs. William B. Carswell sang a Christmas song, the words and music of which were composed by Mrs. Devereux Turner, who dedicated the song to Mrs. Carswell and accompanied her at the piano. The program closed with community Christmas carols under Mrs. Carswell's leadership. Mrs. Marguerite Brown accompanied. Mrs. Edwin L. Cunningham was chairman of the day. Her committee included Mrs. Mowbray, Mrs. Frank H. Cupps, Mrs. Doolittle, Miss Julia Harrison, Mrs. Joseph McCord and Mrs. Harry Salter. Other members and guests present were Mrs. James C. Church, Mrs. Albert E. Richardson, Mrs. Anna Richmond, Mrs. Mae G. Post, Mrs. William J. Taylor, Mrs. John Dobson, Mrs. Charles H. Kreuger, Miss Katherine Ilgenfrita, Mrs. John Riegger, Mrs. Henry Burn, Mrs. William Meurlln, Mrs. Horace Kent, ; Mrs. George W. Bulley, Mrs. William R. Thompson, Mrs. George Brewster i Bretz, Mrs. Clarence Hubbard, Mts May Van Buren, Mrs. Fenwick W. Ritchie, Mrs. Elizabeth L. Glas, Mrs. John L. Spence, Mrs. Q. S. Schenck Van Siclen, Mrs. Charles S. Van Nuls, Mrs. Forrest M, Towl and Mrs. Harry B. Shaen. SCHOOLS and COLLEGES at. dJoim'fl Hniufrflitu I SI ichermnihora It., Br not!) a, M. i. Packer Glee Club Sings Yule Carols Costumed Choir Unborn In Christmas Season In Recital at School Attired In the colorful costumes of Christmas Walts, members of the Packer Collegiate Institute Olee Club presented-a program of sacred songs and carols appropriate to the Christmas season last night in the chapel of the Institute, 170 'Jorale-mon St. " - An appreciative audience of 600 persons attended and joined in the singing of a number of the best loved and most popular Christmas carols. ' The audience Included many parental trustees, members of the faculty, students and friends A social hour followed the program. The glee club of 50 voices, representative of the various classes cf the collegiate and academic schools, sang under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Wright, associate director of music at the Institute. R. Huntington Woodman was at the organ and Miss Wright was at the piano. Selections Sung Selections offered by the club Included "I Hear Along Our Street," by Fox; "Noel," by Rootham; "Shepherds in the Hush of Night," by O'Hara; "Sleep, Holy Babe," by Flchthorn, and "Christmas Eve," by Hageman. The violin obbllgato was played by Edith Sommer during the singing of the "Song of Blessed Virgin," by Barnby-Gow, and "Sllett Night." . "Christmas Lullaby," an original carol with words and music by Marion Ferris, second academic student, was sung by Margaret Falconer, Janet Appleton, Natalie Salmon, Phyllis Bly, Helen Moss and Janie Hudson. Carols sung by the audience Included "Adeste Fideles," "The First Noel," "Deck the Hall," "We Three Kings of Orient Are," "Oh Little Town of Bethlehem," "Joy to the Asche Ernst Miss Marjorie Foster Ernst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ernst of 302 W. S2d St., Manhattan, was married to Abraham J. Asche, son of Mrs. Lazarus Asche of 2425 Kings Highway and of the late Mr. Asche, in the Jansen Suite of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, Manhattan. Dr. William Rosenbloom performed the ceremony. Miss Estner Asche. sister of Mr. Asche, was maid of honor, Leonard Ernst, brother of the bride, was. best man. After a wedding trip to Bermuda Mr, and Mrs. Asche will reside at 235 West End Ave. in New York City. . World" and "Hark I the Herald Angels Sing I" Among the guests were Dr. Paul D, Shafer, principal of the Institute, and Mrs. Shafer; Lewis W. Francis, president of the trustees' board, and Mrs.' Francis; Ernest P. Goodrich, Richard S. Maynard and Mrs. Thomas I, Morrow, trustees, and Miss Frances Farnham, assistant to the principal. Carol Service Held At Central Church Some of the most Joyous and best-loved aongs of the Yuletlde were sung last night at a Christmas carol service held in Central Presbyterian Church, 280 Jefferson Ave. The Rev. Dr. Paul F. Barackman, pastor of the church, officiated at the service, which ' was arranged under the auspices of the Women's League, of which Miss Martha Alderman is president. Guest soloists were Miss Julia Munro, violinist, and A. J. Belr lenoit, tenor. Charles Johnson was at the organ. Yons "Jesu Bambino" was played as the organ prelude and "Adeste Fideles" was sung during the proces sional. Carols sung by the Junior Choir and the congregation Included O Little Town of Bethlehem!" "It Came Upon a . Midnight ' Clear," "Hark! the Herald Angels Sing" and Silent Night." Miss Munro played the "Berceuse," from Oodard's opera Jocelyn." Mr. Bellenoit offered a group of seventeenth and eighteenth century French carols. Christmas Party J The Queensboro Society of Art! and Crafts will hold Its Christmaf party tomorrow evening in their galleries, at Town Hall, Parsoni Boulevard ' and Jamaica Ave., Jai malca, at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Pechma is chairman of arrangements. There will be games and refreshments. Miss Elizabeth Ruger, the daugh ter of Mrs. May J, Ruger of 412 Stuyvesant Ave., is spending the holidays with friends at Greensboro, N. C. She has been attending Web-ber College of Business and Finance in Boston. Early in January. Miss Ruger will join other classmates at Babaon Park. Florida, where Webber College holds Its Winter semester each year, Daren port Franzel Mrs. Florence E. Davenport of 1448 E. 23d St. announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Beatrice Betty Davenport, to Fred erick J. Franzel, son of Mrs. Louise Franzel of Detroit, Mich. From the LIVINGSTON STREET MERCHANTS WopA m??wi k iNF i0mm tsM lp on. I . I ,,, ii... i in A V ...... i .: ; , I I A : .... I Wi - - m" i 'iv - - myall iiz : 2 Tho Livingston Street Merchants listed below extend to the thousands of shoppers who patronize their stores . . . a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR. This is our cordial wish to all those people whom it is our pleasure to serve, and who have found in our service a happy solution oi their shopping problems. Again in the coming year our efforts will be directed toward greater merchandise values, and toward making more evident than ever the fact that Livingston Street is really "Economy Road." We have tried to help you in selecting your Christmas gifts, to save you money and give you satisfaction. We sincerely hope we have. If you have any last-minute shopping problems, bring them to us now. We'll be glad to help in every way we can. BUY AT THE STORES LISTED HERE . . . WHERE THIS EMBLEM IS DISPLAYED Scranton & Lehigh Coal Co. COAL-OIL-COKE 295 LlTlnjflon St Bernardo Dress Shop 134 Livincjiton St Cell Mali, Coats and Suits Formal Buyar Oppanhalm Collins 202 LWlngiton St Harry Schnall, Inc. WRAPS, COATS. SPORTSWEAR 314 LI Tin ?a Ion St Menter 289 LlTlngiton St Uneeda Credit Stores CLOTHING JEWELRY 27$ Livingston St Albert's Beauty Center ELECTBOIYSIS-PERMANENTS 76 Court St, Cor. Livingston i BUTTONS COVERf D E. Soennichsen PLEATING 224 Livingston St It Pays to Shop on Livingston Street tORSETS Edna Jacobson CUSTOM MADE CORSETS 320 Llvlngiton St Therese Corsetiere No Charge FllUngi. Alterations 277 Livingston St DENTISTS Drs. Benon & Caplan SURGEON DENTISTS 2S7 Livingston St 0RAPER.ESV?1 Rose Silk Shop SILKS AND BED SPREADS 208 Livingston St FLOOR COVERINGS Brooklyn Window Shade Co. VENETIAN BLINDS. SHADES 261 Livingatoa St FURRIERS , Brodey & Brodey Fur Co. 303 Llvlngaton St M. Mesard, Inc. FURS COATS DRESSES 228 Livingston St. Schlicht & Fiehn 304 Llvlngaton St " 1 Axel Theisen 224 Livingston St GLOVES M. I. Downing, Gloves Hosiery. Underwear, Coraati, Robea 302 Llvlngaton St A. M. Shutt 12S Livingston St HEALTH FOODS Health Food Products Co. 238 Llvlngaton St INTERIOR DECORATING Benoist Inc. UPHOLSTERY 288 Llvlngaton St It Pays to Shop on Livingston Street JEWELRY Win. Wise & Son, Inc. 288 Llvlngaton St LINGERIE ' . 1 Naila, Inc. TROUSSEAUX 232 Llvlngiton 8t MILLINERY Miss Landsman Former Millinery Buyer Batch-Price 202 Llvlngaton St OPTOMETRISTS Dr. A. J. Broder Eree Examined, Glaeiee Fitted 21 riateuah Ave., nr. Llvingeton Keen Sight Optical Spec. Dr. A. R. Cooler. Optometriat 278 Llvlngaton St Ranges, Refrigerators Hardt & Reld 168 Llvingeton St RESTAURANTS ! : . " i i Joe's Restaurant I Nevln St SHIRTS Brooklyn Shirt Hospital MADE TO ORDER, REPAIRED 128 Llvlngaton St. Seewaldt & Bauman CUSTOM SHIRT MAKERS 238 Llvlngaton St SHOES Geo. Bridges, Inc. AGENT FOR HANAN SHOES 21 Bond St. Cantilever-Ground Gripper Shoe Shop 810 Llvlngaton St Comf-O-Pedic Shoe Shops, Inc. 292 Llvlngiton St SHOES Garrod Shoe Co.. Inc. 318 Llvlngiton St Arthur Kent, Inc. RED CROSS SHOES 298 Llvlngaton St Muscle Builder Shoe Store 290A Llvlngaton St Palter & Fitzgerald 297 Llvlngaton St Pedllorme Shoe Co- Inc. 322 Llvlngaton St Physical Culture Shoe Store 300 Llvlngaton St Polly Preston Shoe Shop 290 Llvlngaton St Dr. Sertoli's Foot Comfort Shop 281 Llvlngiton. next Lane Bryant Selby Arch Preserver Shoe Shop 324 Llvlngaton St Formerly II Bond Silverware Repaired Bert F. Baker SILVER REFLATED 368 Llvlngaton St It Pays to Shop on Livingston Street T II I ST II EjiT : O F S FECI A I, T Y S II O I S " uToi'inl ' .a i.niil MoaiiiYii , m

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