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Brooklyn Life from Brooklyn, New York • Page 13

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0 BROOKLYN LIFE. 13 during the afternoon in the rear drawing-room, all the decorations being in pink and white, which color scheme was carried out to the minutest detail. Later a handsome supper was served in the diningroom. After the reception, at which about three hundred guests were received, a number came by invitation in the evening for a euchre party and dance. Choice prizes of silver were awarded to the winners at euchre and a supper was served at midnight.

A few of the many present were Mrs. Caswell Little, Mrs. Joshua Gregg, Mrs. Talmadge, Miss Widner, Judge and Mrs. Wilmot Smith, of Patchogue; Mrs.

Hobart, Mrs. Bailey, Mr. Frederick Callus, Mrs. Gustave Jahn and Mr. Fred.

Jahn, of Flatbush; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Adams. Miss Florence Adams, Miss Floral Garrett, Dr. and Mrs.

Ostrander, Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hubbell, Mr.

and Mrs. Howard Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pritcherd, Dr. and Mrs.

Joseph Brown, Miss Lulu Brown, Mr. and Mrs. William Walton, Mrs. Amy Walton, Mrs. William Beard, Dr.

and Mrs. Jefferies, Mrs. E. Downes, Mrs. J.

Wemple, Mr. F. Cattus, Mrs. Calvin E. Hull, Mrs.

H. L. Williamson, Mrs. Daniel Packer, Mr. Charles Packer, Mrs.

Thomas Ferguson, Mrs. John Forbes, Miss Moody, Miss Florence Moody, Miss Grace Stafford, Miss Adele Follmer, Mr. Gildersleeeve, Miss Surpening, Miss Grace Street, Miss Cook, Miss Ethel Baker, Miss Agnes Kelly, Miss Gertrude Belvin, Miss Julien Waring, Miss Edna Howard, of South Orange; Miss Herring, Mr. C.W. Hughes, Mr.

Alfred Orchard, Mr. George McKee, Mr. Phillip Backus, Mr. F. Johnson, Mr.

Pierce Grace, Mr. Raymond Grace, Mr. Edward M. Bassett, Mr. Arthur Jones, Dr.

Henri Santoire, Mr. Durf Sheibler, Mr. Charles Packer, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B.

Brown, Miss Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith, Mr. and Mrs. T.

Wolfe-Tone Maxwell, Miss Emmita Embury Cattus, Mrs. William Walton, Rev. and Mrs. St. Clair Hester, Mr.

and Mrs. D. R. Van Nostrand, Mrs. J.

C. Wemple, Miss Platt, Mr. Arthur Clapp and Mrs. William Tripp. members of the graduating class of the Brooklyn Heights THE Seminary were treated to a very delightful entertainment, in the form of a luncheon, in the Prospect Park Farmhouse," by Mrs.

Marie Liebman, whose daughter, Miss Liebman, is a member of the class. The affair took place on April the second, and, although the news is somewhat belated, it was so well carried out as to be worthy of notice even at this time. The decorations were entirely of Jacquminot roses, the class flower, and bonbonieres in the form of dolls in cap and gown were the favors. After the luncheon members of the classes of '99 and 1900, by invitation, joined the graduating class in a Salmagundi party and a dance which followed. The guests at the luncheon included Miss Norma Hegeman, Miss May Gunther, the Misses Valentine, the Misses Dunton, Miss Sara Carhart, Miss Louise Lee, Miss Beatrice Thayer, Miss Gertrude Beecher, Miss Jessie Neergaard, Miss Lizette Lambert, Miss Elizabeth Walsh, Miss Irene Phelps, Miss Carmela Traut, Miss Pendleton and Miss Mabelle Gray.

marriage of Miss Ettye Fletcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. THE Charles H. Fletcher, of Lincoln place, and Mr. Albert Bryant, the artist son of Mr.

and Mrs. Deiter Bryant, of Boston, was solemnized in All Saints' Church, on Seventh avenue, last Monday evening. The church was crowded, and many well-known residents of Prospect Heights and from Boston were present. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. William Morrison, rector of the church, and a brother-in-law of the bride.

The intrinsic beauty of the interior of All Saints' Church, which is exceptional, was heightened by effective decorations of palms and Easter lilies. The bridal party was composed of Miss Lucile Fletcher, sister of the bride, maid of honor, whose gown was of white net over pale green silk, and Miss Ethel Rowe, Miss Sarah Cone Bryant, of Boston; Miss Virginia Bennett, of Jersey City Heights, and Miss Carrie Purcell, of Cranford, N. J. The bridesmaids made a picturesque appearance in gowns of pink silk and lace, carrying clusters of pink roses. Mr.

Wallace Bryant, brother of the groom, was best man, and Mr. Olney Higgins, Mr. Edward L. Campion, Mr. Harold Hayden Brown, Mr.

James E. Arnold, Mr. A. H. Jay and Mr.

George Holt Dainty were the ushers. Miss Fletcher's bridal gown was exceedingly becoming, and she wore a tulle veil dotted with pearls. Announcements After the ceremony a large reception was held at the house of the Fletchers. Mr. and Mrs.

William A. Avis, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. George F.

Breed, Mrs. Reginald P. Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C.

Beckwith, Mr. John Marquand, Mr. and Mrs. George Lethbridge, Mr. William A.

Holcomb and Mr. Frederick Drake were among the guests. (NE of the first Easter week weddings of considerable social interest in Brooklyn was that of Miss Susan G. Vickers daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Thomas L. Vickers, and Mr. Edgar F. Luckenback, which was very quietly celebrated at the home of the bride, in Henry street last Monday evening. The ceremony was performed by the Rev.

Reese F. Alsop, D. rector of St. Ann's Church-on-theHeights, and the bride had only one attendant, Miss Dorothy Luckenback, a little niece of the groom, who appeared as flower girl in a dainty frock of pink silk and lace, and carried a basket of pink roses. Mr.

Walter A. Luckenback attended his brother as best man, and only members of the two families were present. Miss Vickers appeared to admirable advantage in her bridal gown of white satin and veil of point lace, which was fastened with a harvest moon of diamonds. The house was handsomely decorated with American Beauty roses and Easter blossoms. THE Institute tenth and anniversary the of establishment the of reorganization the Brooklyn of the Institute Brooklyn of Arts and Science will be fittingly celebrated with a banquet, on Tuesday evening next, in the galleries of the Brooklyn Art Association and the Assembly Rooms of the Academy of Music.

Such an event cannot but be of exceptional note, and the list of the speakers, as announced by Mr. Barr Ferree, Chairman of the Committee of Arrangements, is by itself significant. This includes the Hon. Seth Low, LL.D., President of Columbia University; Chancellor Henry M. McCracken, of New York University; the Rev.

Edward Everett Hale, D.D., of Boston; the Hon. James M. Beck, of Philadelphia; the Rev. Lyman Abbott, D. President of the Council of the Institute; the Rev.

Edward W. McCarthy, of the Board of Trustees; the Hon. Bird S. Coler and Professor Franklin W. Hooper.

The notification states that the banquet will take the form of a gentlemen's subscription dinner, tickets being limited to four hundred. Life members and members of the Board of Trustees will be seated at three central tables, and tables will be assigned to the associate members, so that members of the several departments and their friends will be grouped together. The subscription price is three dollars, and Mr. James Hamblet, of the Institute, 502 Fulton street, is treasurer of the Dinner Committee. It is added that later in the season a general reception will be held at the New Museum building.

THE last of the Prospect Assemblies will be held on Wednesday evening next at the Prospect Heights Art Rooms, and will be distinguished in contradistinction to the others of the series by a cotillon, which is to be led by Mr. Hamilton H. Salmon. Mrs. E.

V. W. Rossiter, Miss Rossiter and Miss Thompson are spending several weeks at the Brighton Casino, Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs.

Henry S. Beard, of Clinton avenne, will be an acquisition to the summer colony at Glen Cove next season. They have rented the Duryea house, upon which they are making some extensive Dr. and Mrs. Cornelius Hoagland and Miss Hoagland, of Clinton avenue, and Mrs.

George P. Tangeman, have returned from abroad, and the doctor is in excellent health. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Mabel F. Bronk, daughter of Mr. William Bronk, of Schenevus, N.

to Mr. Edwin W. Richardson, of Amity street, the ceremony taking place at the home of the bride April sixth. Mr. and Mrs.

E. D. Bushnell were among the passengers who arrived in New York on the Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse on Tuesday of last week. Miss Adele R. Follmer and Mr.

Willis M. Follmer have accompanied a party of friends to Old Point Comfort. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J.

Follmer and Miss Beatrice Follmer are at Hadden Hall, Atlantic City. The Chronicler. on page 22..

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