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4 B BROOKLYN EAGLE, i M 1 Schneider photo SEPTEMBER BRIDE Miss Marie Dorothea Shaw's mar-riage to Corp. "Edward Joseph Jehle of 2 Reid Ave. will take place on Sept. 21. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rasner Shaw of 604 Hancock St. Westhampton Beach Set Has Autumn Activities Westhampton Beach, Sept. 13 Prank B. Trebout was elected commodore of the Quantuck Yacht Club at the annual meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Morgan. Dr. Edwin P. Maynard Jr., chairman of the nominating committee, announced the following elections: Vice Commodore Theodore B. Conklin Jr.; secretary, Miss Barbara Maynard; treasurer, Mrs. Walter E. Morgan Jr. Additional members appointed to serve on the Quantuck Yacht Club committee include: Fleet captain, Hamilton Smith; regatta committee, Frank B. Tiebout, Theodore B. Conklin Jr. and Hamilton Smith. Appointed members: Edwin P. Maynard 3d, secretary of committee; Lindsay Collins, Gordon Dudley, Albert C. Rothwell. Alternate members: Stephen Tiebout and Walter E. Morgan Jr. Trophies committee: Miss Lois Kimball and Miss Jane Nilbrugge. Pennants committee: Irwin Smith, Gordon B. Dudley and Stephen Tribout. Tent captain: Lawrence Maynard. Flag captain: Walter Kldde 2d. Publicity committee: Mrs. Leon M. Schoomaker, chairman. Shore committee: Irion Smith, chairman; William W. Hallock and Edwin P. Maynard. The entries of the Westhampton Star Class fleet carried off the honors in the three-day invitation regatta of the Bdlport Yacht Club, which came to a close Monday. Harry Meislahn's Sunbeam was high score. In the Shore Birds division Barney Edwards tied with Nancy Hal- - Mitt 1 'A,-t 'I : M VTA , . 4 , 4- MARRIED Mrs. Angelo Venuto was Miss Adele Sapienza of 1218 Herkimer St. before her recent marriage. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Solvator Sapienza. Mr. and Mrs. Venuto are on their wedding trip and will go to Denver, Colo., in October. SUNDAY, SEPT. 14, 1941 -imSi & i stead; Arthur Pound's Sand Flea topped the S. S. fleet. Ray D. Duckworth Jr. won the 1941 golf championship of the Country Club of Westhampton Beach by defeating his father, Dr. Roy D. Duckworth. Miss Augusta Sanborn of Mont-clair. N. J is visiting with Mrs. Willard Watson Dixon at the Oneck Point home of Mrs. Dixon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William D. O'Gorman. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Eberstadt and their son, Rudolph Jr., have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Percy N. Edwards at their home on Main St.. Frank T. Bailey Jr. and hlfl fiancee. Miss Georgia McCormick of Eiston, Pa., are visiting Mr. Bailey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Bailey. Miss Barbara Bailey had as her guest for several days Bernard Hoey of Newark, N. J. Mrs. Fritz Ruprecht, her daughter and son, Mary Lorraine, and Teddy, of Crestwood, N. Y, and Mrs. rneoaore Kinan or scarsasife, N. Y.. are visiting at the home of Mrs. Ruprecht's sister-in-law, Mrs. Charles E. Potts. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Driver Jr. entertained at a larie cocktail party Sunday at "Heydey." Mrs. Vinton Milbank has returned to her home after a motor trip to New Hampshire. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander C. Nanle and their family will return to j their home in Scarsdale, N. Y tomorrow after spending the Summer in the Boody cottage on Oneck Point. Murlcefrwn photo Marie Shaw Plans Bridal Next Sunday The marriage of Miss Marie Dorothea Shaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rasner Shaw of 604 Hancock St., to Corporal Edward Joseph Jehle, .son of Mr. and Mrs. George Jehle of 2 Reid Ave. will take place on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 21 at 4 o'clock. The wedding will be held at the bride-elect's home. The Rev. Dr. Edward B. Shaw, pa.stor of North Mutch-More Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pa., will officiate at the ceremony. Dr. Shaw is a brother of the bride-to-be's father. Miss Gretchen Ann Sperling, Miss Shaw's sister, will be maid of honor. Arthur Jehle will be best man for his brother. A reception will follow the ceremony. Fall Races Will Open Thursday The first Important social event of the New York season will be the opening of Belmont Park on Thursday for the annual Autumn race meeting, held under the auspices of the Westchester Racing Association. This Pall's schedule of sport- ing events at Belmont continues through Oct. 4 with a program .of stake races Including such classics as the Lawrence Realization, to be run Saturday, Sept. 20; the Futurity, to be run Saturday, Sept. 27; the Grand National Steeplechase Handicap, scheduled for Friday, Oct. 3, and the New York Handicap, climaxing the meeting on the last day, Saturday, Oct. 4. In addition to the program of thoroughbred racing, Belmont Park will again this Fall feature a series of fashion events, planned to draw attention to the style significance of what is considered America's smartest ract track. The Fashion Terrace, which gained nation-wide attention last Spring as a showcase for new fashion designs, will be the setting on opening day for a parade of New York creations, to be presented during racing Intervals, and two fashion luncheons, to be held on each Wednesday of the meeting. The Fashion Terrace, running the full length of the clubhouse on the paddock side, carries on the tradition of fashionable French race courses, where Paris coururieres introduced their designs to a smart race-going audience. As the first important social gathering of the Fall season, the opening of Belmont on Thursday will also be of considerable fashion interest, for the costumes worn by New York's smart society women at luncheon in the Turf and Field Club' and in box parties throughout the afternoon are considered prophetic of the fashion trends which will later be indorsed by the country. Officers of the Westchester Racing Association which holds meetings twice yearly at the Belmont race course are Alfred Gwynne j Vanderbllt, president; Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney and Peter A. ' B. Widener, vice presidents; jonn 1 J. Coakley, secretary and treasurer, i and John B. Campbell, racing sec retary. JoseDh E. Widener is chairman of the board. Dates Head Will Meet The Fall dinner meeting of Mons. Reddy's dates ahead committee will be held at the Columbus Club on Oct. 8. The presidents of every Catholic organization in the diocese will receive an invitation from Mons. Reddy in due time and all reservations will be made through his office. 66 Boerum Place. Mrs. George C. Sutcliffe is chairman of this committee and Mrs. William A. Bonner Is secretary. First Tea at Packer Tuesday Afternoon The first tea of the 1941-1942 season of the Packer Collegiate Institute will be held Tuesday afternoon in the assembly hall to welcome new students entering the first year of the junior college. Packer opens for its 96th academic year Wednesday with chapel exercises which will mark the formal opening of the school year. Serving on the committee for the tea are Miss Mollie Lee. chairman; Miss June Owen, Miss Carol Ham-man and Miss Dorothy Wiegand. Dr. Paul D. Shafer, president of Packer; Miss Geneva Caldwell, prefect of the Class of 1943 last year; Miss Georgia Giddings, this year's Junior prefect, and Miss Katharine Burr, secretary of the institute, will receive at the tea with Miss Lee. Students are entered in the first year junior college from many Long Island communities, Westchester. Connecticut and Massachusscts, as well as Brooklyn. Rosenfield Nathenson Dr. Charles Rosenfield announces the marriage of his daughter, Miss Dorothy E. Rosenfield. to Dr. Sydney Nathenson, first lieutenant of the Medical Corps at Mitchel Field, which will take place at the home of the bride, 136 Webster Ave., at 4:30 today. After a trip to Canada the couple will make their home In Roscdale. Elise Stone Wed in Cathedral To Ensign Charles Robert Bell Miss Elise Emma Stone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mead W. Stone of 152 kllburn Road, Garden City, became the bride of Ensign Charles Robert Bell, U. S. Naval Reserve, of Swarthmore, Pa., at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The ceremony was performed at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Garden City by the Very Rev. Dean George A. Robertshaw. A reception was held lt the home of the bride's parents. Miss Stone wore an ivory faille silk gown made with a shirred bodice, full skirt with a train and trimmed with alencon lace. Her fingertip veil was of tulle trimmed with orange blossoms and fell from a heart-shaped headdress Miss Frye Is Married In Church The wedding of Miss Evelyn Frye of Adams St., Garden City, daughter of Mrs. Harry Edmund Frye of Flushing and the late Mr. Frye, to Robert W. Greer, son of Mrs. Charles P. Greer of Chester Ave., Garden City, and the late Mr. Greer, took place yesterday in Christ Episcopal Church, Garden City. The Rev. Herald C. Swezy of St. Paul's Church, Brooklyn, performed the ceremony. A small re- j ceptlon was held for the bridal party and the immediate family. The bride was given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Charles F. Mollne of Garden City. The bride's gown was ivory satin with a train. Her veil was full length held by a Juliet cap and orange blossoms across the back. She carried white roses. Miss Peggy Ann Moline of Garden City was maid of honor. She wore a pale pink satin gown with a Juliet cap and shoulder length veil held by blue delphinium and she carried blue delphinium and pink roses. The bridesmaids were Miss Muriel Pereira of Floral Gardens and Mrs. Harry A. Zellff of Flemington, N. J. They wore pale blue satin gowns with Juliet caps and shoulder length veils held by pink roses and carried pink roses and blue delphniium. Harry A. Zeliff of Flemington, N. J., w-as best man. The ushers were Richard D. Greer of Garden City and Edmund N. Russell of Brooklyn, both cousins of the brodegrowm. The bride, who Is a member of Iota Chapter of Mu Nu Chi Sorority, attended the Shenandoah High School in Miami, Fla., and Long Beach High School. Mr. Greer is an alumnus of Hempstead High School and Columbia University, school of engineering. He is a member of Theta Tau, engineering fraternity. After a two-weeks wedding trip the couple will reside in Jackson Heights. Hewlett Personals Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Hewlett, Sept. 13 Miss Lorna Blaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Graham B. Blaine of this village, arrived from the family Summer home at Jaffrey, N. H., Wednesday, for a brief visit with Mrs. Harold N. Kingsland in Hewlett Bay Park. Mr. and Mrs. Blaine are expected to return to their home here the first week in October following the departure of Mrs. John Ferris to her home in Jersey City and her sister, Mrs. George Lamb, to her New York apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Kingsland will move into the home they have purchased from Mr. and Mrs. John Si?e on Smith Lane and Ocean Ave. here on Oct. 1. William Ely Chambers Jr. of Ives Road returned home Tuesday from Oystervillp, Mass., where he was the house guest of Miss Constance Mc-Bride and her father, Paul O. Mc-Bride. He will leave Monday for football practice at Harvard University, where heas captain of the Junior varsity team last year. His sister, Miss Cathleen Ely Chambers, will leave Friday for her first year at Rosemary Hall, Greenwich. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas of the Seawane Club will give a cocktail party there next Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Stewart Jr., formerly of Jackson Heights, have taken possession of the William D. Stevens home on Smith Lane and Hewlett Neck Road here, which they recently purchased. They are members of the Lawrence Beach Club. Lynbrook Items Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Lynbrook, Sept. 13 Mr. and Mrs William P. Hummel Jr. are to make their home in East Rockaway. Mrs. Hummel was Miss Elizabeth May. Carl H. Popper Jr. and his twin brother. R. Balsam Popper, sons of Dr. and Mrs. Carl H. Popper, have entered the Citadel, Military College, Charleston, S. C. Mrs. John Loughnane and her daughter, Miss Mary Ann Loughnane, will leave on Thursday on the steamer Evangeline for a two years' stay in Trinidad, B. W. I. They will Join Mr. Loughnane, who has been i:- Trinidad for the past three months. Breslin Olsen Mrs. Mary Breslin of 802 Sterling Place announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Eileen Breslin, to Edward Olsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Olsen, also of Brooklyn. of heirloom rosepolnt lace. She carried a bouquet of gardenias. The bride's sl.ster, Miss Jean Stone of Garden City, was maid of honor. She was dressed in blue silk taffeta, a Juliet cap with a small veil to match and carried a Colonial bouquet of pink and blue flowers. Miss Louise Knobel of Staten Island and Miss Priscllla Preston of Hingham, Ma. the bride's cousins, were the bridesmaids. They wore pink taffeta identical dresses with that of the maid of honor. Dr. H. Craig Bell of Philadelphia was best man for his brother. The ushers, included Mead W. Stone Jr. and William P. Stone of Garden City, the bride's brothers; George Sayville-Bayport Hostesses Have Early Fall Fetes Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Sayville-Bayport, Sept. 13 Mrs. Fore de Camp Thompson was a hostess this week at a luncheon given at the Stirrup Cup Castle for Mrs. Sewell Thornhill, Mrs. E. Donald Henderson, Mrs. Charles O. Raynor, Mrs. William C. Thayer, Mrs. James C. Fairchlld, Mrs. Charles H. Huntoon and Miss Eugenia Raynor. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Peet have returned from Glen Rock, N. J., where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hadone. Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. Anderson have motored to Lexington, Va., with their son, Bruce Anderson, who Is entering Washington and Lee University for his freshman year. Mrs. Joseph A. Shanley will stop at the Hotel Pennsylvania next week and on Wednesday will attend the Defense Ball being given by the City Federation at which she will be one of the Long Island Federation representatives. The Bayport auxiliary of the Southside Hospital will meet on Tuesday for a dessert-bridge at the home of Mrs. Leon Bentley. Miss Ann Mead, daughter of Mrs. John J. Mead of Candee Ave., will leave for New Rochelle, N. Y., next week to enter the College of New Rochelle. A. Wilbur Stevens of Providence, R. I, who has spent the past week at the home of his sister, Mrs. Charles H. J. Bogel of Bayport, has left for Crown Point, N. Y., where he will visit at the home of another sister, Mrs. Peter C. Cortelyou. Mrs. Frederick J. Skelton will accompany her daughter. Miss Carol Skelton, to Washington, D. C, next week where she will attend National Park Seminary. Frederick Skelton Jr. will enter his sophomort year at Columbia University. Dr. and Mrs. John A. Frieman of Bayport are on an automobile trip through the New England States. Dr. and Mrs. Harry D. Bucalo have returned to their Brooklyn home but are spending weekends through the Fall in their country home in Sayville. Mr. and George T. Clarke and daughters, the Misses Jane Lee and Judith Clarke, have returned to their Flushing home after a two month's visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Shanley. Mr. and Mrs. V. Roscoe Lent are spending this weekend as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson of Hollis and will cruise in Long Island waters aboard the latter's boat, Laura, Oyster Bay News Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Oyster Bay, Sept. 13 Mrs. Whitney Bourne, who is at Lands End, the home of her mother, Mrs. Harvey Dow Gibson, heads the committee in charge of the Piping Rok Horse Show which will take place on Oct. 3 at the club. Mrs. Chester L. Dane of Mill River Road opened her home on Wednesday for a fashion show under the sponsorship of the "Four Corners" in Manhattan. Proceeds were for the benefit of the American Women's Voluntary Service. Oceanside Items Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Oceanside, Sept. 13 Mrs. Walter Lindberg is at home after a trip to Milwaukee, Wis., and Chicago, 111, Mrs. Glen Hutchinson of Detroit. Mich., has left after a visit at the Lindberg home. Mrs. Lind berg's son, Carl Lindberg, and Bud Oas, both of Milwaukee, who made the trip East with Mrs. Lindberg, have returned. Miss Vera Lorentzen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antoine Lorentzen of Homecrest Court, will be married in St. Christopher's Church, Baldwin, Sept. 27, to John Stanley Kane, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kane of Baldwin. The Friendly Circle of the Women's Society for Christian Service is planning for the church fair to be held at the Oceanside Methodist Church, Oct. 8 and 9. Malverne Doings Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Malverne, Sept. 13 Miss Lorraine Bowen of St. Paul, Minn., Is making her home for an indefinite period with the Rev. Arland Blage and Mrs. Blage. Fred W. Williams Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Williams, has entered his freshman year at Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa. A social will be held by the Ladies' Aid Society of Grace Lutheran Church of Malverne on Thursday evening at the church'. Pornwalt of Lansdowne, Pa., and Charles Parrls of Glenolden, Pa. The bride is a graduate of Swarthmore College, class of "39, and is a member of the Junior League of Garden City and the Daughters of the American Revolution. Ensign Bell also Is a graduate of Swarthmore College, class of 39, and completed the three-months course at the Naval Supply School, Harvard University, this month. He is a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity and the Officers Club. The couple will go to Eaglesmere, Pa., and then to South Carolina on their wedding trip. They will make their future home probably in Charleston, S. C. Lawrence Summer Set Back Home Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Lawrence, Sept. 13 Mrs. Augustus Trowbridge and her daughter, Mrs. Barbara Trowbridge Raf-ferty, who have been occupying the Louis 3. Weeks house at 175 Briar-wood Crossings here, this Summer, will return Tuesday to their New York apartment at 237 E. 71st St. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Balfe, who have been in the Chester A, Bra-man house on Barrett Road here, this Summer, will move into their new apartment at 300 Park Ave., N. Y on Sept. 24. Their daughter, Mrs. Robert Glaenzer, who has been visiting her husband, Lieut. Glaenzer, stationed at Fort McClelland, Annlston, Ala., arrived Tuesday to be with her mother until Oct. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Watts returned Thursday to their town apartment at 1 East End Ave., N. Y after passing the Summer in Lawrence, where they occupied the Lanier McKee house on the Causeway. Miss Nancy Mellen, debutante daughter of Mrs. James W. Mait-land of Club Drive, leaves Tuesday for a few days visit with the Misses Mary and Jane Moller, twin daughters of Mrs. DeLancey Nicoll at Middleburg, Va. She is just back from a month's visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Chase Mellen in Small Point, Me. Mr. and Mrs. W. Manning Barr of Lawrence Beach gave a dinner recently for Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Handy, Mr. and Mrs. G. Herbert Semler, Mr. and Mrs. George P. De-Veau, Mr. and Mrs. George K. Benkhart and Mr. and Mrs. William H. Long Jr. St. Peter's Auxiliary Meeting Thursday The monthly meeting of St. Peter's Ladies' Auxiliary will be held at the hospital on Thursday at 3:30 p.m. The president, Mrs. Leo Guil-foyle, will preside. Greenberg Steinbach Mr. and Mrs. Meyer E. Greenberg of Woodmere announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Marion Greenberg, to Harvey Steinbach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Steinbach of Baltimore, Md. Miss Greenberg is a graduate of Woodmere Academy and attended Brenau College, Galnseville, Ga., and the University of Maryland. Mr. Steinbach was graduated last June from the University of Maryland. The couple will be married cn Sunday, Oct. 26, at the Hotel Pierre, Manhattan, at 6 p.m., by Rabbi William B. Schwartz. A dinner and reception will follow. Zelt Hagerty Miss Florwce E. Zelt of 358 57th St. is engaged to James Hagerty of 8208 3d Ave. Miss Zelt is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Zelt and Mr. Hagerty is the son of Gerald Hagerty. Miss Zelt Is a graduate of Washington Irving High School and Mr. Hagerty is a graduate of Manual Training High School. Miss Zelt is working at the present time at the Wave Crest Convalescent Home, Far Rockaway, while Mr. Hagerty is employed at the Robbins Shipyards in Brooklyn. Wiesenthal Boguslav Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Boguslav of 160 Cabrini, Boulevard, Castle Village, and Belle Harbor announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Edith Helene Boguslav, to Maxwell L. Wiesenthal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wiesenthal of 595 Bedford Ave., at Rothman's Inn, 285 Kingston Ave. The bride was graduated from Far Rockaway High School and attended Brooklyn College. The bridegroom studied at New York University and the Brooklyn Law School of St. Lawrence University, where he received a Bachelor and Master of Laws degrees. Prior to engaging in the practice of law Mr. Wiesenthal was a member of the staff of the Brooklyn Eagle ahd Transradio Press. After a wedding trip through the New England States the couple will reside in Queens. Smith Childs Mr. and Mrs. William Smith of 802 St. John's Place announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Margaret Smith, to Charles R. Childs, a member of the 7th Regiment now stationed at Camp Stewart, Georgia. W i r v " i j f ti , " . , & K ,' ' '(!', , L I " I 3 v " ". , j I -A r 1 hi tr - ) BagaUUt photo ON LONG ISLAND Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Deegan of Riverdale, formerly of Brooklyn, and their daughter, Mavourneen Deegan, are shown on the lawn of the Hotel Wyandotte in Bellport, where they spent part of the Summer. E. Hampton Residents Plan Fetes East Hampton, Sept. 13 Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Pennington are at the Sea Spray Inn from Garden City. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Barry are at The Hedges from Westbury and Stephen Styffe is at the Maidstone Arms from Brooklyn. Mrs. Howard Franklin Beebe, formerly of Brooklyn, with her daughter, Mrs. Frederick Pizzl of Brooklyn, will remain at her Maidstone Arms cottage until the late Autumn. Mrs. John Laurence Hutton, who was Miss Katharine Lyon of Brooklyn, will be hostess Monday afternoon, Sept. 22, at "Peep O' Day," her home overlooking Georgica Lake, for the final meeting of the Garden Club of East Hampton for this season. Mrs. Robert Carmer Hill, former Summer resident here and author of a gardening book, will speak on "The Do's and Don'ts of Gardening." Members will show flower arrangements with accessories characteristic of presidents and vice presidents of the club. On Thursday afternoon,- from four to six o'clock, members of the board of managers of the East Hampton Free Library will give their annual tea for friends of the library. Mrs. Edward T. Dayton is president of the board. Leighton . Rollins entertained at tea this afternoon at Graycroft on Huntting Lane, and afterward George Freedley of New York spoke on the history of the theater. The fourth and final baseball game, organized for the late season at the Maidstone Club by S. Kip Farrington Jr., takes place tomorrow afternoon at three-thirty, when two teams of club members headed by John Kirkland Weeks and Bruce Ryan, Paul Scheerer and Dudley D. Roberts Jr. will meet, Among East Hampton's Summer residents who are keeping their homes open until very late Autumn are Judge and Mrs. Samuel Sea-bury, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wallace Chauncey, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ewen Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Lockwood, Mr. and Mrs. Dickson B. Potter, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Eltinge F. Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Jewett, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Herter, Mr. and Mrs. Juan Terry Trippe, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin G. Chapman Jr., Miss Sarah Diodati Gardiner, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Harris. Mrs. Flynn Stewart gave a dinner at Devon for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Slnclaire and their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Lyon; also for Dr. and Mrs. Robert MncLcan and their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Dixon Kountze; and Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Kauffmann, Mrs. .'rthv Woolley-Hart, Victor von Loffbergh and Harry K. Knapp. Where to Dine PRICE'S FAMOUS FOR U tORl FLATBUSH Near Atcbu N SHOW BAB OF BROOKLYN a Where to Dine SJn Manhattan FAN & BILL'S; Famoua uoutd and III 204 11 IB C IAROE VARIETY A LA U W. TO Ol. 0PEN SUNDAY. Luncheon NIGHT JIMMY KELLY'S DINNER 1(1 Sullivan Sea Cliff Personal Notices Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Sea Sliff, Sept. 13 Fifty Sea Cliff women attended a luncheon at the Maine Maid on Tuesday, which was given for Mrs. A. M. Workman, by the Ladles Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Mrs. J. H. Dickie was chairman In charge of arrangements. Dr. and Mrs. Workman, who have been here for 12 years in the parsonage of the M. E. Church, are leaving next week for Port Washington, where Dr. Workman will become minister of the Methodist Church there. He will be suceeded here by Dr. Duncan Dodd of Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Callender of Marden Ave. announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Rachel Steven Callender, to Joseph Van Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Van Lawrence of Glen Cove, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Ballan-tyne have rented their home at Pinnacle Point to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W. Lederman of New York, who will occupy it on Oct. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Ballantyne will spend the Winter In Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Buchtenklrch of Glen Ave. announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Eleanor Louise Buchtenklrch, to Walter Howard Bliss, son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bliss of 8th Ave. Mrs. James W. Clark of Montreal is the house guest of Mrs. James C. Sheldon of Sea Cliff Ave. Mrs. Clark is here to attend the wedding today of her nephew, Donald C. Sheldon, son of Mrs. James C. Sheldon and the late Mr. Sheldon, to Miss Julia Ward Martin, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. James Littell Martin of West Trenton, N. J., at six o'clock at the Presbyterian Church at West Trenton. Dr. and Mrs. Albert M. Bell have returned to their home on Sea Cliff Ave. after a stay in New Hampshire. Miss Jean Woolley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Wayne W. Woolley, was hostess at an outdoor supper on Sunday night at the Thompson Park home of her parents. Miss Woolley will return this weekend to the University of Vermont. Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Pearsall gave a cocktail party Saturday night at their home on Clinton St., preceding the final dance of the season at the Yacht Club. 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