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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York • Page 17

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York • Page 17

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TTT-T DAILY 'F EAGLE flCl.N A I WAKKKN SI I II I SOCIETY PETS TRAVEL section DR. BRADY BRIDGE RESORTS A fUZZ-Lb rlhrLblN YVUKTtt BROOKLYN, N. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1937 SOCIETY llllllll Miss Virginia Harris, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Augustus Harris of 306 Park Place, is another of the girls who have accepted to receive at the Debutante Ball on Nov.

24. Miss Harris is a sophomore at Vassar College. Dr. and Mrs. Harris will give a dinner party for the receiving line and floor committee at the Towers Hotel prior to the ball to present their daughter.

(Michael Shuter photo.) Miss Anne Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Christopher leyer of 13 Monroe Place, will receive at the Debutante )all at the Heights Casino on Nov. 24.

(Charles Leon photo.) Ilss Marjorie Jean Carlin, center, daughter of Col. and rs. Walter J. Carlin of 35 Prospect Park West, also will ccive at the ball and will be presented at a tea dance at the Ritz-Carlton on Dec. 27.

(Delar photo.) Miss Adele Van Anden Frank And John BaldwinWalker Jr. Aiss Martha Parke Married To Charles H. Carter 3rd In Qrace Church Ceremony MISS MARTHA HANNAH PARKE, daughter of William More Parke of 1 Pierrepont St. and Point o' Woods and the late Mrs. Parke, and Charles H.

Carter 3d, son of Mrs. Edward H. McKeon of Baltimore, and the late William Stuart Carter, were married yesterday at Grace Church on the Heights. The ceremony was performed at 8 n.m. by the Rev.

David Atwater.s Married at Holy Trinity MISS ADELE VAN ANDEN FRANK, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Frank of 17 Monroe Place, became the bride of John Baldwin Walker son oT Dr. and Mrs.

John B. Walker of A reception followed at the he Church of the Holy Trinity. The ed at the ceremony which was at- tended by the families. A reception for friends followed at the home of lie bride's parents. The bride, who was given in mar.

rlage by her father, wore a gown of white satin and a family lace veil which fell from a coronet of lace. She carried calla lilies. Miss i. M.ii;l;a;tiiii. Marjorie Carlin Will Make Debut At Ritz, Dec.

27 maid of honor, orange, and two of the bridesmaids were in gold, two in red rust, and two In green. They wore brown net gold sequin cap; and carried Autmn leaves. J. William Middendorf Jr. of Baltimore was best man for Mr.

Carter, whose ushers included William M. Parke brother of Miss Parke; A. Henderson McLean of Baltimore, William McCormick, William B. NeiLson, Richard G. MacGill 3d, Alexander Randall, Charles F.

Reese, Keman Slingluff, William E.Eareck-son and William Page Dame all of Baltimore. The bride attended the Packer Collegiate Institute and the Knox School at Cooperstown and made her debut in 1934. She is a member of the Junior League of Brooklyn. Mr. Carter is a graduate of St.

James School, and the University of Virginia and is engaged in business in Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Carter will" be at home after the 1st of November at The bride, wno was given in mar-i'iage by her father, had Mrs. A.

Henderson McLean, sister of the bridegroom, as matron of honor. Miss Jean Parker was maid of honor for her sister. The other attendants were the Misses Patricia Upton of Great Neck; Eloise Staats of Greenwich, Elizabeth Carroll of Brook-lyn; Margaret. Maddock of Trenton, Louisa Carter of Baltimore, another sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. John O.

Zimmerman (Alice Parke), also a sister of Miss Parke. Parke wore a white slipper satin gown, Victorian style, made with a high neck, leg o' mutton neves, and a full train. She also wore a satin scull cap over which was a tulle veil covering her face tailing (o lie hem of her train. bmique was of lilies of the valley and fiardenias. The attendants wore satin gowns made on princess Ml from Vassar in 1935 and urd an A.

degree in sociology i Columbia University thij fr, Mostly mil, 7bl5 Falls Road, Bal- orange rust; the timore. of honor Five More Young Women Accept Debutante Ball Invitation for Nov. 24 Five more young women have cepted invitations to reel at the Debutante Ball which take place on Nov. 24 at the Heis Casino. Thev are BhotweU, daughter of Mr and 1 W.

H. Shot well of 391 Grand A Mb Mary Bishop. uuh'rr of Contemporary Comment Mr. Walker was graduated from I Harvard in 1933 and was engaged in mining work for several years. He was recently graduated from the Harvard School of Business Admin- Utration.

Mr. Walker's father was I professor of clinical surgery at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University and for many ears attending surgeon at the Belleue Hospital and the Hos- pital tor the Ruptured and Crip. pled He was awarded the Distin-: gulshed Service Medal for his army Service Ul France during the World War and retired as a colonel. The couple left immediately for the Pacific Coast. They will make their home at Tacoma.

Wash. Miss Sherley E. Gillen And Frank J. McDermott Will Wed on Nov. 26 Henry L.

Sparks Jr. to Wed Miss Mary Louise Pet ll Mrs. Charles W. Pei ne Grosvenor Douglas-ion. Miss Stella Rae Carter, shown above with her collie, "Michael of Far-Away," will be married to Alvah Weeks Haff, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Alvah Cornell Haff of 422 Grand on Saturday. Miss Carter Is the daughter of Mr.s. Oliver Goldsmith Carter of 1440 Albemarle Road and the late Mr. Carter.

The wedding will take place at Mrs. Carter's residence. (Garcia photo.) Miss Elizabeth Cole Wed To Joseph Albert Hitz In Windham, Church Miss Elizabeth Cole, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Chester Winfield Cole of 42 Gates Ave.

and Windham, and Joseph Albert Hit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Hitz of of nouneea the engagement daughter. Miss Mary LOUl to Henry1 Lawrence Spa: Brooklyn at a tea yesterd; 422 Classon were married at 6:30 p.m.

yesterday. The ceremony ferior china and silver. The menu for the unfortunates consisted entirely of beans, bean soup, bean entree and bean dessert, with only water to drink. The winners were favored with a delightful filet mignon dinner with all the trimmings, including cocktails at the beginning of the meal and champagne during it. A CASE OF mistaken Identity Mrs.

X. recently went to one of New York's finest shops and purchased a perfectly beautiful porcelain figure to be used solely for decorative purposes and sent it to a young bride as a wedding present. Thinking that the bride would appreciate the true beauty of the figure, Mrs. X. sent the present witli a feeling of great satisfaction.

She was definitely taken aback when she read the bride's "thank you" note, which assured her that the present would be perfect as a doorstop or on a shelf in the kitchen. M. R. M. TNUSUAL IS the keynote of the decorative scheme designed for the St.

Joseph's College Alumnae party on Friday. In the auditorium the orchestra will play behind a crystal bar while the rest of the room will suggest various cocktail glasses and shakers of brilliant hues on a background of THIS TIME IT paid well to be a winner. A unique dinner at the Towers Hotel was given recently by a business organization at the close of a sales contest. The guests were seated at a long table, the winners on one side and the lo-ers opposite them. The table was derided in the middle by a long cellophane fenc ewhich was high enough so that ttie contestants could see each other through it.

As a punishment the Jokers side was laid with a checkered table cloth and set with in performed in th H. Nugent of 93 James Place MUs Elizabeth daughter 3 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sloan Bronxville. and MUs Janet Wise daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Arthur of 124 Willow Si. Others on the receiving line wil be the Misses Annie Lee Duncar Arden Beavers. Marjorie Jean Car Un, 'Eugenia Grier. Gertrude Pull num.

Marie Straukamp, Jnann Cotten, Elaine Conway. PrtScilli Hume, Anne Meyer. Frances Trainei Virginia Harris. Ruth Fackler, Jane Little and Jane Zimmer. Miss Jane Scott, daughter of Mr! Dorothy G.

Scott of 145 Hcnrv St a a senior in the Ruvseil Sage f. School of Physical Education Troy, N. has been chosen senio class representative of the Physics Education Club. Miss Scott is i member of Box and Candle, the dra matlc association, and of the Outlni I Club. by tionai Church, Windha 8 Rev.

Edward S. Sn Packer Collegiate Institute. Hitz was educated at Pratt Instil and is associated with the real tale firm of Carston, Linnekm Wilson. After a motor trip South couple will reside at 293 Wash! ton Ave. Mrs.

John O. Zimmerman Mi.vs Doris Eldredge will be Brooklyn delegates to the Well Conference to be held by the A cialion of the Junior Leasues America la Milwaukee, Nu Hcndrickson of Nutley. They all wore ivory moire silk. Miss Cole carried yellow roses and the bridesmaids talisman roses. Hemlock, laurel, white dahlias and white chrysanthemums decorated the church as well as the Cole Summer residence, where the reception was held.

Harold Poole of Syracuse was best man and the ushers included Constant Booth and Russell Hitz of Brooklyn, Richard Reese of Jamaica. Estates and Howard Hen-drickson of Nutley. The bride attended Nortlifield Seminary and is a graduate of the of white satin, trimmed wit.i duchess and rise point lace, bnv had a short tulle veil and carried lilies of the valley and garrinmas. Miss Barbara Cole was maid of honor for her and the of Mount Vernon and Mrs. Howard.

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