Society Notes

A fashion show, luncheon and dance was held at the Century Country Club for the benefit of Federation. Many of the younger matrons and debutantes acted as models. The dresses were lent by Jay Thorpe, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Bergdorf Goodman. Some of the dresses were raffled off.

The Hollywood Golf Club officially opened the social season at the Jersey coast with a dinner dance. Tables were reserved by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Neuberger, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dillenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eeiseman, Henry Wineberg, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wimpfheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Jules C. Leeds, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Leeds, Wilfred May, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Conried.

Frederick Ehrman gave a surprise party for his wife in honor of their fifth anniversary. A large boat was chartered, and the guests enjoyed dancing, refreshments, and a trip around the sound. The party broke up in the wee hours of the morning.

Adolph Lewisohn gave his dinner before the opening of the Stadium concerts on Tuesday night at the Claremont. After dinner the guests, numbering about forty, attended the concert. Mayor La#uardia, honorary chairman of the #oncerts, was among those present. included in the party were Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Guggenheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Felix M. Warburg, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bertram Fox, Mrs. Christian R. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Mack Jr., ### and Mrs. Enrique Ros, Mr. and ### Lawrence Gilman, Mr. and ###. Sam Jewisohn, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lehman, Mme. Hulda Lashanska, Mr. and Mrs. Vilhelm Kiorboe, Mr. and Mrs. Max J. Bernheim, Mr. and Mrs. Olin Downes, Dr. A. A. Bril, Arthur Judson, Pitt Sanborn, Miss Carol Rossin and A. S. Rossin.

Among those who had reserved tables at the concert were Mrs. Alexander Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Richter, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wolf, Miss Marjorie Untermyer, Mrs. Henry Zuckermen and Raphael Korn. Mr. Lewisohn had four tables. Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Mack, Mrs. Sidney Borg and Mrs. Henry Martyn Alexander joined his party at the concert. Mrs. Charles S. Guggenheimer, chairman of the concerts, had a table reserved in her name, but joined Mr. Lewisohn’s party later in the evening.

The wedding of Miss Halle Schlesinger, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schlesinger and niece of Mr. and Mrs. De Witt Millhauser of Harrison and New York, to Arthur Cowen Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cowen of New York, took place on Wednesday at the Century Country Club. The Rev. Dr. Samuel Goldenson, Rabbi of Temple Emanu-El, performed the ceremony. A reception at the clubhouse followed.

The bride was given in marriage by her uncle. She wore her mother’s wedding gown of old, ivory-colored satin, embroidered with seed-pearls. Her veil was of tulle and rose-point lace, arranged cap-fashion, and she carried a bouquet of gardenias and lillies of the valley.

Miss Margaret Millhauser, a cousin of the bride, was maid of honor, and Mrs. Donald Friede was matron of honor. They wore white organdie dresses trimmed with field flowers, and coronets of the same blooms with blue streamers. They carried bouquets of field flowers.

The other attendants were the Misses Jean Bijur, Katherine Strassburger, Katherine Hellman, Constance Wechsler, Barbara Wertheim, and Mrs. Ernst Englander. They wore gowns similar to those of the maid of honor and the matron of honor, with white horsehair hats trimmed in cornflowers and blue streamers. They carried a chain of field flowers.

The bridegroom’s father served as best man. The ushers were the Messrs. Howard Harris, Walter Kahn, Alfred Bloomingdale, Lyman Bloomingdale, Richard Dammann, Stephen Walter, Thomas Harragan, Keary Merwin, George Cowen, Peter Schlesinger, Stanley Snellenberg, and Alfred Snellenberg.

Several hundred guests were present. Among those attended were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Asiel, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grumbach, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bernhard, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Buttenweiser, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Erdmann, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Heller, Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Froelich, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Rossin, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan I. Bijur, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Forsch, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Klein, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cullman.

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