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[[newspaper clipping]] 24 L SOCIAL NEWS THE NEW YORK TIMES, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1935. SOCIAL NEWS [[boxed advertisement]] [[image - seal with three flowers and crown at top with scroll "THE MARGUERY"]] Restaurant Français 270 PARK AVENUE Rendezvous of the Elite of Europe and America SELECTION FROM BILL OF FARE Specially Prepared Lunch $1.50 Dinner $2.50 Also A La Carte NOT A TABLE D'HOTE WIckersham 2-8494 [[/boxed advertisement]] [[boxed advertisement]] It's a Gift COME in and have a real Gerardine Wave without any cost to you. Gerardine trains a natural wave in straight hair. Call immediately for an appointment. Carmelita Gomez SALON GERARDINE 12 EAST 48th STREET NEW YORK CITY Telephone PLaza 3-8970 [[/boxed advertisement]] [[boxed advertisement]] YOUR BODY Follies producer can show you how to reduce or build up. Have a beautiful Body! Famous method based on years of training celebrated stars of stage and screen. Also instruction in every type of stage and social dancing, Radio Broadcasting. NED WAYBURN 625 MADISON AVE., NEW YORK CITY Bet. 58th & 59th Sts. - Tel. WIckersham 2-4300 [[/boxed advertisement]] [[boxed advertisement]] SUNKIST ARE JUICIEST Sunkist Demand these BIG Seedless Navels from California! [[image - orange being cut with knife]] Look for Dealer's Specials [[image - glass with liquid]] THIS is the year-of-years when there's a bumper crop of extra-BIG, extra-RICH, extra-JUICY oranges! To get them, ask for Sunkist California Navels. No seeds. Easier to peel, slice and segment. More soluble solids. Special prices at dealers' now. Buy dozens, half a box or box and save more. Copr., 1935, California Fruit Growers Exchange [[/boxed advertisement]] [[image - face of building with woman in front]] SHOPPERS' COLUMN [[advertisement]] Antique Lace [[line]] BRIDAL TRAIN AND CAP BRUSsels point flounce lace, fourteen inches wide, perfect condition, over one hundred years old, inherited from Marquis Lorenzo del Busto. ALgonquin 4-6920. [[/advertisement]] [[double line]] [[advertisement]] Antiques Wanted [[line]] CASH PAID FOR DIAMONDS, GOLD, jewelry, watches, mesh bags, anything gold - silver; free appraisal. Empire Gold Buying Service, Empire State Building, 5th Av. (34th). [[double line]] [[/advertisement]] [[advertisement]] Beauty Culture [[line]] SHAMPOO, FINGER WAVE, RINGlets included, 85c. Hilda Rejane's permanents are alluring. Artistic self-setting. They make your hair lovely. HILDA REJANE. 136 E. 58th (Park-Lexington). ELd. 5-6466. [[double line]] [[/advertisement]] [[advertisement]] Cameras and Accessories [[line]] HEADQUARTERS FOR CAMERAS. Keystone movie outfits. Ensign auto kinecam movie camera. Filmo Cameras and Projectors. Developing, Printing and Enlarging. Expert Repairing of Cameras, Lenses and Shutters. WILLOUGHBYS, 110 W. 32d St. At the sign of the camera. [[double line]] [[/advertisement]] [[advertisement]] Voice Culture [[line]] IMPROVE YOUR VOICE. Madame Webner. Formerly of Paris. Voice production, coaching, radio technique. For interview call COlumbus 5-6848. [[/advertisement]] [[article]] MRS. VIETOR GIVES PALM BEACH PARTY [[line]] Hostess at Her Residence on Via Del Lago - The Maurice Fatios Entertain at Villa. [[line]] J. L. REPLOGLE IS HOST [[line]] Judges for Flower Show of the Garden Club Announced by Mrs. G. A. McKinlock. [[line]] Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES. PALM BEACH, Fla., Feb. 18. - At her Via Del Lago residence Mrs. John A. Vietor was hostess tonight to a dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D. Smithers, Mr. and Mrs. Austen Gray, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Wyeth, Mr. and Mrs. James Noyes Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. B. Frellinghuysen, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Paige, Mr. and Mrs. William Royster Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Townsend Jr., Mrs. Questin Field Feitner, John A. Wemple, Hugh Diliman, M. Ashmead Seasbury and G. Jarvis Geer. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fatio gave a small dinner at their villa for the Duke and Duchess of Marlborough. Thatchcote was the setting for a luncheon given by Mrs. Quentin F. Feitner for Mrs. Edward Shearson and her guest, Mrs. Kimball G. Colby of New York, Mrs. Feitner's sister-in-law; Mrs. J. Leonard Replogle, Mrs. Annie Brenizer Mrs. John A. Vietor and Mrs. Barclay H. Warburton. J. Leonard Replogle entertained a group of friends at the Bocaraton Club tonight for dinner. Mrs. George Alexander McKinlock, president of the Garden Club of Palm Beach, today announced judges for the flower show as Mrs. Randal Morgan, Mrs. Junius Spencer Morgan and Rodney Sharpe. Nearly 150 members of the Old Guard Society of Palm Beach golfers and their guests assembled for their annual dinner tonight at The Breakers. Sponsored by a large list of patronesses, the annual bridge tea for the benefit of the Animal Rescue League was held today at the Everglades Club, with prizes for every table. Mr. and Mrs. Sailing Baruch of New York have come from Miami Beach for several weeks at Whitehall. [[/article]] [[article]] DR. AND MRS. SHEEHAN HOSTS AT LUNCHEON [[line]] Col. E. G. Ffrench Among Their Guests - Dinner Parties of Last Night. [[line]] Dr. and Mrs. J. Eastman Sheehan gave a luncheon yesterday at Sherry's for Colonel Edward G. Ffrench of the British Army and Mrs. Ffrench; Mrs. Carl Sturhahn and Miss Violet Ffrench. In a luncheon party entertained by Miss Alice Taggart at the Carlyle in honor of her sister, Mrs. Frederick J. Emeny of Columbus, Ohio, were Mrs. Nathan Green, Mrs. Herbert H. Knox, Mrs. William Cary, Mrs. Rush Taggart, Mrs. James F. McKernon, Mrs. John Henry Dye, the Misses Miriam Walker, Dorothy Mills, Nathalie Howe, Marian Leeds, Lillian Walter, Amy Ferris, Emily Wilson and Gertrude Mills. A luncheon was given at the Stork Club by Mrs. Leland Smith in compliment to Miss Barbara Hoge, chairman of the junior committee for the "Around the Clock" drive for the emergency relief of cancer sufferers. The other guests, including members of the committee, were: Mrs. Samuel Adams Clark, chairman of the drive, and the Misses Reva M. Tonnele, Natalie Hyde, Nancy Church, Doris Terhune and Elizabeth Fenno. Mr. and Mrs. Lynton Hadley of London had as dinner guests in the Rainbow Room, Rockefeller Center, Mr. and Mrs. Harris C. Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark and Mrs. Walter Wood Parsons. With Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Boardman for dinner at the Central Park Casino were Mr. and Mrs. Loring R. Hoover and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Abbott. Miss Mary Virginia Coakley gave a dinner at the Biltmore for her sisters, the Misses Margaret and Anne Coakley. Others in the party were Mr. and Mrs. William O'Donnell, William Roche, Vincent O'Donnell, William Rorke and Edward Roche. A dinner was given by Harold Phelan at Sherry's for Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Finger, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Phelan, Mrs. Richard T. Wilson, Miss Dorothy Kane and Paul Phelan. Mrs. T. Whitney Blake gave a dinner in the Persian Room of the Plaza for Dr. and Mrs. James W. Toumey, Marquesa de Santa Anna and Mrs. Byron Stookey. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] Dinner to Honor Wollman. The City College Club will hold a dinner tonight in honor of Henry Wollman, philanthropist, at the Fifth Avenue Hotel. Speakers will include Federal Judge William Bondy, the Rev. Dr. Christian F. Reisner, Edward A. Alexander and Jacob Shapiro. Supreme Court Justice Peter Schmuck, president of the club, will be toastmaster. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] Charity Workers Meet. Members of the committees working for the success of the concert by Lily Pons of the Metropolitan Opera on April 16 at Carnegie Hall for the benefit of the Judson Health Centre met yesterday at a tea given by Mrs. E. Anderson Campbell at 80 West Fortieth Street. During the afternoon Rafaelo Diaz of the Metropolitan Opera sang a group of songs. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] Studio Club Tea Today. Members of the committee of management of the Studio Club of the Young Women's Christian Association will give a tea this afternoon at the clubhouse, 210 East Seventy-seventh Street, for Mrs. John Henry Hammond. During the afternoon Mrs. Hammond will read poems. Crystal Waters, mezzo-soprano, will sing. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] Plan Luncheon Bridge. A luncheon bridge will be held on March 16 at the Empire State Club, under the auspices of the Association for Catholic Action Among Boys, to aid the Catholic Boys Brigade of the United States. [[/article]] [[article]] AIDES AT 'ROSENKAVALIER' BENEFIT TONIGHT FOR MILK FUND. [[image - Photo of Miss Patricia Davis by New York Times Studio Photo.]] [[image - Photo of Miss Laura Hazard Brown by Gallo Studio Photo.]] These young women will be among the junior members of society who will distribute programs at the performance of the Richard Strauss opera, which has been taken over to augment the Free Milk Fund for Babies, of which Mrs. William Randolph Hearst is president. [[double line]] [[/article]] [[article]] JUNIOR WEEK BEGINS AT COLUMBIA TODAY [[line]] Tea Dance at Fraternity Houses to Start Festivities - Prom to Take Place Saturday. [[line]] The Columbia College junior week festivities will commence today with tea dances at the Delta Kappa Epsilon and Delta Upsilon fraternity houses. On Saturday evening the annual Junior promenade will take place at the Plaza. Almost 200 members of the class are expected to attend the promenade with their partners, according to Herbert F. Meyer of Hollis, L. I., general chairman. Members of the faculty and officers of the university, who have signified their intention of attending, he said, are: Dean and Mrs. Herbert E. Hawkes, Associate Dean and Mrs. Nicholas M. McKnight, Dr. Frank D. Fackenthal, secretary of the university, Dr. Gottlieb A. Betz, Dr. Edward S. Elliott, Chaplain and Mrs. Raymond C. Knox, Father George B. Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Hubbard and Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Moore. Tomorrow afternoon Alpha Delta Phi and Psi Upsilon fraternities will be hosts at tea dances, and on Thursday, Delta Psi and Zeta Beta Tau will open their houses to members of the junior class and their guests. Other events during the week include a stag party at the Columbia University Club on Thursday evening and tea dances on Friday at the Phi Kappa Psi Sigma Nu, Tau Epsilon Phi and Beta Sigma Rho fraternity houses. The Junior Society of Blue Key will sponsor a dance at the Casa Italiana on Friday night. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] Reunion of Syracuse Alumni. Members of the Alumni of Syracuse University in the metropolitan district will hold their annual supper dance on Thursday at the Ambassador. J. Roy Allen is honorary president and Joseph Nelson acting president of the organization. Other officers include Charles F. Ausderhar Jr., Paul E. Jappe and Raymond J. Barbuti. Among the patrons and patronesses are Dr. Charles Wesley Flint, chancellor of the university, and Mrs. Flint; Dr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Vogt, Mr. and Mrs. John Templeton, Mr. and Mrs. W. Claude Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Lange, Mr. and Mrs. Frank LaDue and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin A. Klassi. [[/article]] [[article]] LAURA C. PALMER BECOMES A BRIDE [[line]] Daughter of the Former Rear Admiral Wed to Harold N. Henry of Washington. [[line]] The marriage of Miss Laura Creighton Palmer, daughter of Leigh C. Palmer, one-time rear admiral, U.S.N., and Mrs. Palmer of New York and Washington, D. C., to Harold Norman Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman George Henry of Albany, N. Y., took place here shortly after noon yesterday in the chambers of Supreme Court Justice W. Harman Black in the New York County Court House. The ceremony was performed by Justice Black, a personal friend of the bride's family, in the presence of relatives. The bride wore an afternoon costume of powder blue crêpe, a large hat to correspond, and carried a muff of forget-me-nots and sweetheart roses. Her only attendant was Miss Eleanor Horton Taylor. Francis Meade Tompkins was best man for Mr. Henry. A breakfast in the Sert Room of the Waldorf-Astoria followed the ceremony. After a wedding trip, Mr. Henry and his bride will make their home in Washington, D. C., where he is in business. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] TO GIVE A BRIDGE TEA. [[line]] Mrs. J. F. McDonnell Plans Party in Aid of Homeless. [[line]] The McMahon Memorial Temporary Shelter for Children will be the beneficiary of a bridge tea to be held on March 5 at the home of Mrs. James Francis McDonnell, 400 Park Avenue. Among the patronesses of the benefit are: Mrs. Eugene Pitou, Miss Agnes Franklin Keyes, Mrs. Robert J. Collier, Mrs. Arthur M. Anderson, Mrs. H. Lester Cuddihy, Mrs. John Thomas Smith, Mrs. Henry W. Taft, Mrs. Erasmus C. Lindley, Mrs. Lawrence E. Ellis, Mrs. Alexander McDonnell, Mrs. Walter Travers, Mrs. Thomas F. Reilly, Mrs. Frank C. Buckhout, Mrs. James A. Farrell, Viscountess d'Alte, Mrs. Thomas O'Neill, Mrs. Balfour S. Craib, Mrs. Ogden Hammond, Mrs. James Butler, Mrs. William C. Shanley, Mrs. Frank Walker, Miss Ada Clarke, Mrs. Michael Gavin, Mrs. James Reeves, Mrs. William F. Stafford, Mrs. Frederick Fuller and Mrs. James R. Murphy. [[/article]] [[article]] MRS. E. W. LEONARD TO GIVE CHARITY TEA Entertains Tomorrow a Group Planning Benefit on March 6 for 2,600 Boys. Mrs. Edgar W. Leonard will give a tea tomorrow at her home, 142 East Sixty-second Street for members of the committee in charge of the sale of boxes and seats for the performance of "De Luxe," a new play by Louis Bromfield, on the night of March 6 at the Booth Theatre, which has been taken over for the benefit of the Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association. Proceeds will further the recreational program for 2,600 boys in a crowded district. In charge of the sale of seats are: Mrs. E. Gerry Chadwick, Mrs. Wyllys Rosseter Betts, Mrs. Edgar W. Leonard, Mrs. Kermit Roosevelt, Miss Elizabeth S. Clark, Mrs. Henry G. Gray, Miss Cornelia Blagden, Mrs. John Parkinson Jr., Miss Sybil K. Jay, Mrs. Henry Parish 2d, Miss Susan K. Cutler, and Miss Kitty Wickes. Frasier McCann heads the committee for Boys Work at the association. Serving with him are J. W. Fuller Potter Jr., St. John Smith Jr., Hubert Howard, James MacGregor Byrne, F. Hartley Shearer, Kenneth Pendar and John Steward. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] NANCY HAWLEY A BRIDE. [[line]] Aviatrix Married to Boris Lang, Pianist, at Southampton. [[line]] Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES. BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Feb. 18. - Announcement was made today of the marriage of Nancy Hawley, aviatrix, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George Waller Hawley of Sailors Lane, Black Rock, to Boris Lang, Russian pianist, which took place yesterday afternoon. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Herbert Covell in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gerard, Thursbay, Southampton, L. I. Miss Hawley is descended from three Colonial Governors, Governor Treat and Governor Wells of Connecticut and Governor Nichols of New York State. Mr. Lang was a captain in the Imperial Russian Army. He was imprisoned in the Red revolution, but escaped to Japan. Miss Hawley attended Miss Fannie Smith's School here and Rosemary Hall in Greenwich. Mr. Lang has given piano recitals in New York. [[/article]] [[article]] BLANCHE B. MILLER WED IN RIVERDALE [[line]] Barnard Alumna Married to Acton Griscom, Collector of Medieval Works. [[line]] BOTH OF NOTED FAMILIES [[line]] He is Investment Specialist in Government Bonds With Firm of Farrell, Brown & Co. [[line]] Announcement has been made of the marriage on Friday of Miss Blanche B. Miller of Port Jervis, to Acton Griscom of Pelham and this city. The ceremony was performed at Christ Church, Riverdale, by the rector, the Rev. Raymond E. Brock, in the presence of Miss Ruth Meinzer of West New York, N. J., and the Rev. John Brett Langstaff, rector of St. Edmund's Protestant Episcopal Church, the Bronx, who were the couple's only attendants. The bride, a descendant of an old Pennsylvania Revolutionary family, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah G. Miller of Ringtown, Pa. She was graduated from Barnard College in 1925 and received her master's degree there in 1927. In 1931 she was awarded the Lycée Lettres of the Clermont-Ferrand University in France. Mr. Griscom, the son of Mrs. Clement A. Griscom of Fair Hill, Riverdale, and the late Mr. Griscom, is a member of a family that has been socially prominent in this city and Philadelphia for many years. He is a grandson of the late Clement Acton Griscom, one of the founders of the International Mercantile Marine Company, and is a nephew of Lloyd C. Griscom of Syosset, L. I., and of Rodman E. Griscom of Haverford, Pa. Ludlow Griscom, a brother, resides in Cambridge, Mass. A noted collector of medieval manuscripts, Mr. Griscom is an investment specialist in government bonds, with Farrell, Brown & Co. of this city. He was graduated from Columbia University in 1913 and received his master degree three years later. Mr. Griscom is a member of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion and the Union and Columbia University Clubs. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] BEATRICE PENROSE LISTS WEDDING AIDES [[line]] Helen Howe Will Be Maid of Honor at Ceremony With John Cadwalader. [[line]] Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES. PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 18. - Miss Helen B. Howe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Denckla, will be maid of honor at the wedding of Miss Beatrice d'Este Penrose of Chestnut Hill, and John Cadwalader, son of Mrs. John Cadwalader of 2,100 Spruce Street and the late Mr. Cadwalader, which will take place on April 22. The bridesmaids will include Miss Emily Rosengarten, Miss Margaret E. Fassitt, Miss Molly Wood, Miss Mary Fleming Leiper, Miss Jane Davis of Portland, Me., and Mrs. John H. W. Ingersoll, the former Anne Cadwalader, sister of the bridegroom. Henry Cadwalader will be best man for his brother. After the ceremony at St. Paul's Church, Chestnut Hill, there will be a small reception at the home of the bride's mother. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] The W. F. Daters Have Son. A second son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walton F. Dater of Shippan Point, Stamford, Conn., on Friday at the Doctors Hospital, this city. Mrs. Dater is the former Isabel de F. Pitt. [[/article]] [[article]] MRS. JANE JOHNSON A HOSTESS IN MIAMI [[line]] Holds Large Party Honoring Sir John and Lady Mullens and Harold Knowltons. [[line]] Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES. MIAMI, Fla., Feb. 18. - Sir John and Lady Mullens of London, England, who are stopping here before going on a West Indies cruise, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knowlton of Boston were honored by Mrs. Jane Johnson of New York, who gave a party for 200 persons at Hollywood Country Club this afternoon. Other guests included: Adam Sulima, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Matheson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grasselli, Mr. and Mrs. George Krum, Mrs. F. N. Beagle, Mrs. Mercer P. Moseley, Mr. and Mrs. Lysle E. Pritchard, Mrs. Andre E. Rickmers, Thomas Yates Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Gifford, Count George du Manoir, Mrs. Florence Busch, Alden Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Jan van den Bosch, Miss Jeanne van den Bosch, Mr. and Mrs. Byron DeWitt Miller, John Bullen, Mrs. J. Hunter Barton, Alfred I. Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Sedgwick Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hudson Marks, Herbert Garrick, Mr. and Mrs. John Richards and Mr. and Mrs. David Moss, Ramon Ramos. Also Mr. and Mrs. Norman Woolworth, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Bruen, William Alden Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Krum, Mrs. Benjamin Franklin Tobin, Mr. and Mrs. Rose Beason, Mr. and Mrs. C. Chandler Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander D. Thayer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindback, Dwight Paul, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fr. Kettering, Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Drake, Miss Cornelia Drake, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dashiell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seth Hall, Mr. and Mrs. George Harrison Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. Everest George Sewell, Mr. and Mrs. William N. Urmey, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gimbel and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Fisher. Events of the week-end included a luncheon given at the Surf Club, Miami Beach, by E. Tatham of London, England, in honor of the Countess of Warwick. Prince and Princess Johanne of Liechtenstein were complimented at a buffet supper given by Mr. and Mrs. Bart Riley at the Riley place on Brickell Avenue, Coconut Grove. Other honor guests were Senator and Mrs. W. C. Hodges of Tallahassee, who came as week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Riley. Mrs. William P. O'Connor of Larchmont entertained Sunday in her cabana at the Pancoast Hotel, Miami Beach, for Miss Natalie Norton of Great Neck, L. I. She was assisted by her daughters, Miss Mary Kay and Miss Marjorie O'Connor. Joseph B. Ely, former Governor of Massachusetts, and Mrs. Ely, who have been at the Pancoast Hotel, have left for St. Petersburg. Among spectators at the races at Hialeah Park this afternoon were David T. Wilentz, Attorney General of New Jersey, and Mrs. Wilentz, who have arrived for a short vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smithers and Mrs. William Stewart of New York were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irving J. Reuter at the track. Mrs. Lawrence Kaime of New York was a luncheon guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Martin of Spring Lake, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Blackiston of New York have arrived at the Hotel Everglades. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Richards, John D. Wells, Miss Louise Levi, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith and Miss Peggy Smith, all of New York, are at the Everglades. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] NEEDLEWORK GUILD DRIVE. [[line]] To Open Today With a Musicale at Riverside Church. [[line]] The annual drive for funds for the New York City Branch of the Needlework Guild of America will open this afternoon at a meeting and musicale to be held in the Riverside Church. During the last year more than 36,000 garments were bought or donated and distributed to more than 150 institutions and social service departments of the hospitals in New York, through the agency of the branch. It is asserted that hundreds of thousands of garments are needed for the destitute, and that many children are being kept from school and sick persons are unable to visit clinics for treatment because of insufficient clothing. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] A SCULPTURE EXHIBITION. [[line]] Mrs. Valentine Macy Sponsors Show Held by Elizabeth Gardner. Mrs. Valentine Macy is sponsoring an exhibition of sculpture by Elizabeth Randolph Gardner in the Studio Guild, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, which will continue until March 1. Among the patrons and patronesses are: Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Kingsley, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald L. Jones, Mrs. J. Livingston Rutgers Morgan, Dr. and Mrs. Theophilus Neilson, Dr. and Mrs. George Clinton Andrews, Mrs. George H. Hummel, Mr. and Mrs. Otis M. Poole, Mrs. Earle Cutler, Mrs. William G. Hibbard, Mrs. Alfred G. Kay and Mrs. H. Ayer Seymour. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] Dance for Rector's Fund. The Junior Guild of the Church of the Heavenly Rest has arranged a dance for the night of March 1 at 2 East Ninetieth Street for the benefit of the rector's discretionary fund. The dance committee includes Mrs. William H. Bolton, chairman; Mrs. William Kent Dupre Jr., Mrs. Ellis J. Finch, Mrs. Lewis G. Wallace, Mrs. Lionel J. Jackson, Mrs. William H. Merrill, Mrs. Ludlow P. Strong, Miss Dorothy S. Case, Mrs. Walter W. De Melman, Mrs. Jeffrey Granger, Mrs. Walter G. Lough, Mrs. Tikhon Agapeyeff and Mrs. Bromwell Ault. [[/article]] [[article]] A Son to Mrs. R. W. Clarke. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Warner Clarke of Katonah, N. Y., on Friday at the Lying-In Hospital, this city. Mrs. Clarke is the former Miss Catherine B. Cartan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Cartan of San Francisco. [[/article]] [[article]] ELEANOR GARRARD ENGAGED TO MARRY [[line]] Georgia Girl to Become the Bride of Lieut. James M. Callicutt, U. S. A. [[line]] WEDDING HERE IN SPRING [[line]] Bridegroom-Elect Aide de Camp to Gen. T. W. Darrah at Brooklyn Army Base. [[line]] Mrs. Louis Ford Garrard of Columbus, Ga., has announced to friends here the engagement of her daughter, Miss Eleanor Garrard, to Lieutenant James Madison Callicutt, U. S. A., son of Mrs. James Madison Callicutt of Corsicana, Texas, and the late Mr. Callicutt. Miss Garrard attended Kemper Hall in Kenosha, Wis.; the Marjorie Webster School in Washington and Sophie Newcomb College in New Orleans. She is a member of the Junior League of Columbus. Lieutenant Callicutt was graduated from the University of Texas and was appointed a lieutenant of field artillery in 1921. He is now stationed at the Army Base in Brooklyn, and is an aide-de-camp to General Thomas W. Darrah. The wedding will take place in New York late this Spring. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] Newsom - Tufts. Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES. NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y., Feb. 18. - Mr. and Mrs. Reeves J. Newsom of 150 Valley Road, this city, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Phyllis Newsom, to Oliver A. Tufts Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver A. Tufts of Lancaster, N. H. Miss Newsom attended Lasell Seminary in Auburndale, Mass., and was graduated from Bradford Academy, Haverhill, Mass. Mr. Tufts is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire. The wedding will take place this Spring. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] Harris - Shreve. Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES. BALTIMORE, Feb. 18. - Mr. and Mrs. William Hugh Harris of Oakdale and Baltimore announced today the engagement of their daughter, Barbara, to Levin Gale Shreve, son of Mrs. Arthur Lee Shreve. Miss Harris, who is the granddaughter of the late Governor and Mrs. Edwin Warfield, spends much of her time at the Oakdale home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Warfield Jr. and is frequently seen in the hunting field. She is a graduate of Bryn Mawr College and made her début in the 1930-31 season. Mr. Shreve was graduated from the Episcopal High School. He is a member of the Maryland and Merchants Clubs and the Bachelors Cotillon. [[line]] [[/article]] [[article]] Ocean Travelers [[line]] The Swedish American liner Drottingholm, arriving today from Gothenburg, has among her passengers: Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson Mr. and Mrs. Nils Olson Mrs. Hillevi Norman Mr. and Mrs. Oistela Halvorsen Miss Naemi Martinson The Italian liner Saturnia, returning from a cruise to Kingston, Havana and Nassau, will bring the following: Mr. and Mrs. Newell Grinnell Mr. and Mrs. Edward Anthony Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Dee Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Keyser Mrs. C. C. Bradley Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Barnett Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Godfrey Among the passengers booked to sail on the American Export liner Excambion, for Mediterranean ports are: Miss Josephine de Montague Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Nelson Mrs. John McClellan Mr. and Mrs. John P. Hurley Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Jacobs The American Merchant steamer American Trader, arriving from London, has among her passengers: Mrs. F. M. Boyland Frank M. Boyland R. R. Knight Dr. E. Warner Raymond F. Stover [[/article]] [[boxed advertisement]] RAINS GALLERIES (Rains Auction Rooms, Inc.) 12-14 East 49th Street Telephone: WIckersham 2-0220 [[line]] Now on View [[line]] Antique and Modern CHINESE ART Porcelains, Jades, Textiles, Watercolors, Drawings, etc. from the Estate of the late VICEROY CHE-FU TANG of Fukien, China Sold by order of Mr. Thomas H. Tang of Montclair, N. J., Executor Sale Days Wed., Thurs. and Sat. Feb. 20, 21 and 23 at 2:15 P. M. [[line]] Rare Etchings and Colored Plates From Several Private Collections Whistler, Rembrandt, Zorn, Pennell, Benson and others [[line]] Sale - Wed. Evg., Feb. 20th at 8:15 [[line]] Sales Conducted by MR. E. HAROLD L. THOMPSON [[/boxed advertisement]] [[advertisement]] [[image - notes on music scale]] Pedro Domecq Sherry Founded 1730 Jerez de la Frontera, Spain Lovers of dark Sherry will praise your hospitality if you serve them La Raza, an exquisite sixty-year-old oloroso Sherry by Domecq. COMEX TRADING COMPANY, INC. 110 Hudson Street, Phone WAlker 5-6153 [[/advertisement]] [[article]] Notes of Social Activities in New York and Elsewhere NEW YORK. Charles A. Davila, the Rumanian Minister, has returned from Miami to the Ritz-Carlton. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Morawetz will leave March 2 for their estate on John's Island, near Charleston, S. C. Rudolph de Trafford of London, who has been in Florida with the Duke and Duchess of Marlborough, returned to the Waldorf-Astoria. Mrs. Robert Weeks Kelley will give a reception this afternoon at her home, 510 Park Avenue, for her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Herbert Boone. Dr. David Allan Robertson, president of Goucher College, Baltimore, and Mrs. Robertson are at the Marguery. Major Gen. Benjamin F. Cheatham, U. S. A., retired, and Mrs. Cheatham of Stratford, Va., are at the Weylin. Lored Decies is returning today from Burlingame, Calif., and will be at the Plaza. Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Whitaker are at the Waldorf-Astoria from Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Rich have come from Atlanta, Ga., to the Vanderbilt. Mrs. Saunders P. Jones has returned from a visit in Kingston, R. I., to her home at 105 East Seventy-third Street. Mrs. Paul C. Stark and Miss Theodosia B. Stark of Louisiana, Mo., are at the St. Regis. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Russell have come to the Biltmore from Toronto. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert P. Strelinger of St. Louis are at the Chatham. Mrs. Wilber Brooks-Smith has come from Bridgeport, Conn., to the Weylin. Mr. and Mrs. Eversley Childs Jr. have returned from Florida to the Beverly. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Freeman Winslow of Boston are at the Waldorf-Astoria. Mrs. J. Livingstone Taylor of Cleveland is at the Pierre. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Smith of Cherry Hill, Paget, Bermuda, are at the New Weston. [[line]] WESTCHESTER. A luncheon bridge was held yesterday at the Bronxville Field Club. Mrs. Frederick Baker, Mrs. Richard Klugescheid and Mrs. Milton Pontius were in charge. Mrs. E. T. Bullock will be hostess tomorrow to the Drama Reading Circle of Bronxville. Mrs. Douglas C. Arnold of Pelham Manor will give a tea tomorrow at the Pelham Country Club. [[line]] LONG ISLAND. Mrs. Maclay Johnson of the Manhasset Woods colony was hostess yesterday at tea in honor of Miss Barbara Evelyn Murray, whose marriage to her son, Frederick Johnson Jr., will take place tomorrow at the Episcopal Church of St. John's of Lattingtown at Locust Valley. Mrs. Henry Stuart Norris of Locust Valley will be hostess tomorrow at bridge and tea for the auxiliary to the North Country Community Hospital at Glen Cove. The Douglaston Garden Club, of which Miss Olivia J. Norris is president, will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harry Q. Mills for tea, which will follow a talk on horticulture by Walter Mizen. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Cosgrove of Glen Cove have gone to Guatemala, San Salvador and Havana and will return early in the Spring to open their Summer home. [[line]] CONNECTICUT. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos F. Stoddard of Hamden are entertaining Mr. Stoddard's sister, Mrs. Benjamin Rush Sturges of Providence, R. I. Miss Barbara Stoddard of New Haven has taken a house in Bermuda for the season. Mrs. John C. Durey of Stamford entertained yesterday for members of the Junior League of Stamford. Dr. C. E. A. Winslow of Yale University delivered an address on mental hygiene problems. Mrs. William A. Forbes of Stamford gave a luncheon on Sunday at the Book Barn in Ridgefield for her daughter, Miss Esther, and a group of the latter's friends. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Pryor Jr. of Greenwich are at Hobe Sound, Fla., for a month. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chapman of Greenwich have gone to Pinehurst and later will go to St. Augustine, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Chandler of West Hartford are at St. Petersburg, Fla. NEW JERSEY. Mrs. Joseph Irving Simmons of Montclair was a bridge hostess yesterday. Miss Dorothy Flynn of Fall River, Mass., is visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Lamborn of Montclair. Mrs. Herbert Ives led a discussion on Edna St. Vincent Millay and her works yesterday at a meeting of the literature department of the Woman's Club of Montclair. Mrs. Charles L. Gulick of Orange entertained at luncheon yesterday preceding a meeting of Stonewall Jackson Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, of Glen Ridge. Mrs. Richard Carey Morse and her daughter, Mrs. Gustave Wiedenmayer of Newark, gave a luncheon bridge yesterday in honor of Miss Clementine Corbin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Kellogg Corbin of Elizabeth, who will be wed to Henry Balken Day on Friday. Miss Frances Eagles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Penn Moore Eagles, will entertain at luncheon tomorrow in honor of Miss Marion Eaton, daughter of Mrs. Wilfred Ernest Eaton of East Orange and Petersham, Mass., who will be married on March 12 to Donald Fisher of Petersham. Miss Margaret Halsey Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albridge C. Smith of South Orange, who will be married on March 2 to Cornelius Halsted Smith of South Orange, will be honored today at a luncheon and shower to be given by Mrs. Payson Stone Douglass of Llewllyn Park. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clapp are in charge of a bridge tournament tonight at the Maplewood Club. Mr. and Mrs. Irving S. Baxter of Maplewood are in Palm Beach. Mrs. George E. Williams and Mrs. Richard Kempf were hostess chairmen yesterday at a performance of "Cinderella," which the Sue Hastings Marionettes gave at the Passaic Y. W. C. A. for members of the Monday Afternoon Club and their children. Mrs. Grannell E. Knox is chairman of the program committee, which sponsored the presentation. Mrs. F. Richard Cass of Trenton will entertain at a bridge-luncheon tomorrow at the Trenton Country Club. CAMDEN. Mrs. William S. Rainsford gave a luncheon yesterday at Greenleaf Villa for her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Frazier of Garrison-on-Hudson, who with Mr. Frazier is occupying the Foster residence for the season. Many visitors are arriving for the Hunters' Trials and Washington's Birthday races on Thursday and Friday. F. L. Finlaw of Rumson, N. J., is at Hobkirk Inn for the week and his daughter, Miss Jean Finlaw, is visiting Mrs. Damon Wack. Others at Hobkirk are Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Pohndorff and Miss Anita Pohndorff of Saratoga Springs, Lyman Wright of Aiken and New York, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Robinson of Indiana, Pa.; J. E. Newbern of Ocean Grove, N. J., and Mrs. I. B. Jackson of Maplewood, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Halbach of Short Hills, N. J., are at the Kirkwood for the week's events. SOUTHERN PINES. Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Lovering entertained at dinner Friday night at their country home near here for members of the hunting colony. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Neville of Newport were hosts at dinner Saturday night at the Mid-Pines Club. Mr. and Mrs. J. Taylor Foster of Greenwich, Conn., also entertained for a party of seven the same evening. Mrs. Millard H. Turner of Meriden, Conn., entertained Saturday afternoon at tea at her home in Weymouth Heights. BERMUDA. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Baker of Cambridge, Mass., and Paris, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wakeman Andrews of South Kortright, N. Y., at a tea of Oldholme, Paget, yesterday. Other guests were Mrs. James S. Parker and Mrs. Henry W. Watson of Washington, Mrs. Ernest Bull of Montclair, N. J.; Miss Marry Storrow of Needham, Mass.; Miss Patricia Hyde of New York, Miss Linda Perkins of Cleveland and General L. W. Shannon of Toronto. G. Lawrence Perkins of New York has taken a cottage at Cambridge, Somerset. Mr. and Mrs. George Emlen Roosevelt have returned to New York after passing several weeks at their residence, Out o' Bounds, in the Mid Ocean Colony. [[/article]]
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