A pirate party and treasure hunt will be held at the Beach Point Club in Mamaroneck on July 27 for the benefit of the Jews in Germany. It is being arranged by a committee of the Junior Division of the Greater New York campaign of the United Jewish Appeal. The Misses Gertrude Harrison and Susan Wimpfheimer are co-chairmen of the affair.
The party will be a costume ball followed by a midnight swim. Leo Reisman will appear in person leading his orchestra. The treasure hunt will start from the ticket holder’s home and will continue until the club is reached.
The sponsors of the ball and hunt are: Mrs. Paul Baerwald, Mrs. Myron Borg, Mrs. Edwin Cowen, Mrs. Abraham Harrison, Mrs. Lester Harrison, Mrs. Lester Hofheimer, Mrs. Alexander Kohut, Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman, Mrs. Walter Loewenthal, Mrs. Newman Levy, Mrs. Henry Morgenthau; Mrs. Walter Rothschild, Mrs. Roger Straus, Mrs. Joseph Stroock, Mrs. Leo Sulzberger, Mrs. Myron Sulzberger, Mrs. Daniel K. Weiskopf and Mrs. Lloyd Wimpfheimer.
Those serving on the committee of arrangements are: Mrs. Edwin Prince Goldman, Miss Jeanne Harrison, Mrs. Henry Koch, Mrs. Myron Sulzberger, Mrs. James Ullman, Mrs. James Weiskopf, Miss Betsy Baum, Miss Rhonie Hofheimer, Miss Elizabeth Wallerstein; Miss Mildred Cohn, Miss Marjorie Loewenthal and Mrs. Hiram Gans, and the Messrs. John Phillips, Edmund Rosenthal, James Wolff, Allen Mordecai, Walter Annenberg, Joseph Ullman 3rd, William Yankauer, Irvin Regensburg, George Loeb, George Weil, Albert Marks and Edward Bratter.
Tickets can be obtained upon application at the Junior Division Headquarters of the United Jewish Appeal office at 100 East Forty-second street.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome J. Hanauer gave a dinner followed by an evening of bridge and mah jong at their estate in White Plains on Tuesday. Among their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Max J. Bernheim, Mrs. Edward Steinam, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rosenbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Snellenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Marx, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bach and Mrs. Eli Winkler.
Mr. Hanauer was a member of the firm of Kuhn, Loeb and Co. before he retired. He is very much interested now in his country home. His hobby is farming, and aside from the more luxurious features of his estate, such as the swimming pool, he has concentrated on the more practical problems of raising horses, cows and chickens.
There was a dinner dance at the Hollywood Golf Club last Saturday night, which was attended by a fairly large crowd in spite of a thunder shower which for a time threatened to turn the party indoors. The storm blew over however, and although the floor remained a little damp, the enthusiasm of the guests was not in the least. The bar was so jammed all evening that it was fairly impossible to edge one’s way in. However, from time to time, one saw Mrs. Lawrence Leeds emerging, looking particularly charming in pink net, or Mrs. Walter Leibman Jr., with her two guests, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cohn fighting their way in. The younger members of the Hofheimer family and Miss Virginia Kaufman seemed to have captured the stag line, which probably accounted for the congestion in the bar.
Mrs. Joseph Gage gave a buffet dinner for her daughter, Miss Margery Gage, on Saturday evening at her home on Ocean avenue in Deal, N. J., for about fifty of the younger crowd at the coast. Among her guests were the Misses Helene Salomon, Eleanor Seligman, Nancy Strauss, and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Haugt, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Blum and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cohn. Also the Messrs. Norman Sachs, Austin Fisher, Otto Marx Jr., Henry Marx, Lyman Bloomingdale, Walter Kahn, Austin Kaye and Newton Kutner. Following the dinner the whole party adjourned to the Hollywood Golf Club dance.