The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on August 1, 1948 · Page 14
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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York · Page 14

Brooklyn, New York
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Sunday, August 1, 1948
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14 BROOKLYN EAGLE, SUN., AUG. t, 1943 7 "T f 14' i " - I U (r i is W --"sttfJK - r L - . .... - J I TETE-A-TETE Miss Maryolice ' Elizabeth of 8801 Shore Road, and Luis Azner of per on the Starlight Roof of the Waldorf-Astoria. Ward, daughter of Mrs. Margaret M. Ward Madrid, Spain, enjoy a mid-bummer sup- Gay Nineties Party Planned; Beach Notes Special to the Eagle Atlantic Beach, July 31 A Gay Emetics costume party and dance will take place Wednesday night at the Atlantic Beach Hotel. Ralph Font and his rhumha orchestra direct from the Martinique will provide the music in the outdoor patio. Filled to capacity for the season, the club is the scene of much gayety. There is nightly dancing except Mondays, when a motion picture is featured. On Friday evenings a formal dance is scheduled with Broadway entertainment. Among those who enter tained at dinner parties at the club this week were Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hess, Mr. and Mr; Robert Adler, Mr. and Mr, Harry Goldberg, Mr. and Mr: Abraham Levinson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert l'erman, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Zuekerman, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zuekerman and Dr. Charles Engelsher. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Kitain (Sue Drosnes) will arrive from Berkley, Cal., on Aug. 12 to join Mrs. Kitain's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. David Drosnes, at the hotel for the balance of the season. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Lavln of 175-00 Devonshire Road, Ja maica Estates, announce the birth of their son, James An thony Lavin, on July It) at Prospect Heights Hospital. Mrs. Lavin is the former Dorothy Marie Stamm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Stamm of Brooklyn. Leonore B. Weiss Lenore Bernice Weiss Fiancee of Mr. Sindler The engagement of Miss Lenore Bernice Weiss to Allan P. Sindler, son of Mr. and Mrs Morris Sindler of 1820 E. 13th St., is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weiss of 151.) E. 31st St. The wedding will take place in late Spring. The bride-elect was graduated from Brooklyn College where she received her B.A. degree. Her fiance was graduated from Harvard College, Miss Lee Lgufer To Become Bride Miss Lee Laufer, daughter of Mrs. Alexander Laufer of Hewlett Bay Park and the late Mr. Laufer, has selected Thursday, Sept. 2, as the date for her marriage 10 Marvin S. Traub, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Traub of 310 W. fwtli St., Manhattan. The ceremony will take place on the lawn of the Laufer home at 2:30 o'clock with Rabbi Judah Cahn officiating. A reception will follow James Laufer will give his sister in marriage. The bride will be attended by her sister, M rs. Saul Schlossman, as matron of honor. Myron Stein will serve as best man. Miss Laufer was graduated from Smith College in 1917 and served as a research assistant with Elmo Roper. Mr. Traub attended Peekskill Military Academy and was graduated magna cum laude in 1017 from Har vard College, where he was business manager of the Har vard Crimson. He is now attend ing the Graduate School of Busi ness dministration of Harvard. Miss Audrey Walcefield I Honored by Mrs. Noel; Other Garden City Notes Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Garden City, July 31 Mrs. Homer O. Xoel of Euston Road gave a luncheon and gift shower today in honor of Miss Audrey Wakefield, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Wakefield of Glen Falls and formerly of Garden City. Miss Wakefield is the fiancee of George W. Hall 3d, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hall Jr. of Garden City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Burke of Kensington Road have returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Adrian J. Aten of Chester Ave. at their Summer home at Laurel. Col. Edward C. O. Thomas and Mrs. Thomas, also of Chester Ave., have been the guests of Mr. and Mis. Aten. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Hig- gins ot Roxouiy Hoad have re turned from a We.-tern trip ."rn.l,n-i,-L- I llalli.i' nf VintTl.iirv Rruwl vijit i nci hii-ian" l)ri"(??- "?V""T A.MV. ..3 II--. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David D. Long Jr.. and granddaughter, Donna Jean Long, -in Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. George Walker of Brompton Road entertained at a dinner Friday in honor of Mrs. Walker's daughter, Mrs. Byron Hardie of Bristol Silver, Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Sinutny of Nassau Boulevard were din ner hosts at the Westburv Manor on Friday for Mr. am Mrs. A. S. Norton. Mrs. Henry W. Wandless and: Mrs. Uiarles W. Hovt enter tained jointly at the Three Village Inn, Stony Brook, on Thursday in honor of Mrs. Zachary Taylor Jones of Toledo, house guest of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Perry of Arthur St., who also were present. Mrs. John H. M e a r s of Roxsbury Road gave a lunch eon at her Summer home at Port Jefferson on Wednesday for 15 Garden City friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Hughes of Willow St. and their daugh ter, Heather Hughes, have re turned from a. visit with Mr. and Mrs. David Miller Shap- leigh at Old Greenwich, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Schar- man of Brixton Road were hosts at a supper party Tuesday evening in celebration, of Mr. Scharman's birthday. Mis. Kenneth S. Erken Brack Jr., the former Miss Joan Evelyn Datz of Hempstead, was the guest of honor at a surpri.-e gift shower and supper party given on Thursday by her sis ter-in-law, Mrs. William M. Whitney 4th of Stewart Ave. The marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Erken Brack Jr. took place on July 11. The guests included Mrs. William Datz, Mrs. Erken Brack. Mrs. Eva Fensterer, Mrs. Edna Hans, Mrs. Marilyn Hans, Mrs. Philip Erken Brack and the Misses Barbara Datz. Evelyn Fensterer, Norma Cros-hy, Joan Evans and others. Mr. and Mrs. H. Wood Jr. Hosts at Beach Club Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Atlantic Beach, July 31 Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ogden Wood Jr. gave a dinner at the Lawrence Beach Club tonight preceding the regular weekly dance for her daughter, Mrs. Edward L. Davies of Garden City. Others who entertained were Dr. Eleanor Rice of Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Maesel of Garden City. Dutch treat parties were sponsored jointly by Mr. and Mrs. D. Aylesbury Finlayson and Mr. and Mrs. J. Horton Ijams. Another Dutch treat party was arranged by Mr. and Mrs. John Gurney of Garden City. Mrs. Julian Van Ness Whipple entertained for dinner and bridge last night at-the club. On Wednesday Mrs. Gdbertisylvania. During the i Darlington of Lawrence wasjserve'l in the AAF as a .iw-v.i.i iiivii. u i viii.iil. yj 1 1 in imcc w as i'i th Miss Lois Dalis Plans Her Wedding September 12 has been chosen by Miss Lois Dalis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Dalis of Lawrence, as the date for her marriage to Herbert J. Blumen-1 feld, son of Mrs. Abraham Blumenfeld of Jamaica and the late Mr. Blumenfeld. The ceremony will take place at noon at the Dalis home with Rabbi Ed-; ward 1. Sandrow officiating. A! reception will be held afterward. Mrs. Bernard Schrieber of Jamaica, sister of the prospective bridegroom, will serve as matron of honor for the bride and Charles Blumenfeld, brother of the bridegroom-elect, will be his best man. Miss Dalis was graduated with nonors from Vassar College in May. Her fiance is an alumnus of the Wharton School of Fi :ancc. I'niversity of Penn- war he Elise P. Nesselh'out Herbert Jay Davis Jr. Wed in Garden City Miss Elise Pauline Nessel-hauf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Nesselhauf of Garden City, and Herbert Jay Davis Jr., son of Herbert J. Davis of Kew Gardens and Miami, were married in the Garden City Community Church yesterday afternoon by the Rev. James X. Gettemy. the pastor. A reception was held at the Garden City Hotel. The bride, escorted by her father,' wore a white slipper satin gown with a bodice embroidered with seed pearls. Her veil of French illusion, held in place by orange blossoms, reached to the end of her long train. She carried a white prayer book decorated with white orchids and stephanotis. Miss Doris Nesselhauf was her sister's maid of honor, ller .ergeantjdark green faille gown was years, part of which-fashioned with a ballerina mar-CB1 iquisette skirt over the faille. She carried a cascade bouqurt of red geraniums and Ivy, and wore a headdress of the sama flowers., The Misses Betty;. Swanson and Barbara McCarthy; of Garden City, bridesmaids, were gowned in ensembles ,, similar to the maid of honor. Gail Nesselhauf, a niece of the bride, was flower girl. -Thomas Courtney was best man, and the ushers included Edward Janos, George Four nier, and Stanley Mierzwa. " The bride, a graduate of Garden City schools, attended Centenary Junior College and Packard School in Manhattan. 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