Society Notes

A college dinner dance was held at the Ocean Beach Club, Elberon, N. J., last Sunday evening. Guests were attired in the costumes of their various years at college. Mrs. Paul Baerwald, with her hair arranged in a pompadour held by a flat black bow and carrying a banner of the class of 1901, won the first prize for women. Miss May Untermyer also won a prize. Dr. Arthur L. Cohn won first prize for men in a baseball outfit. Among other costumes were several of doubtful authenticity, representing Greek games at Barnard, and worn by several.

Morton Downey’s Columbia Broadcasting Orchestra helped make the evening one of the most successful that the Beach Club has ever arranged.

Miss Louise Grumbach is expected to return from Europe on about September 18.

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Asiel have returned from Saratoga Springs, where they have been staying during the racing season.

Miss Dorothy Einstein, daughter of Mrs. Ludwig Baumann, will be married to Frank Hess early in October. The wedding will be a small one, attended only by immediate relatives.

A dinner dance was held last Saturday night at the Hollywood Golf Club, Deal. About 125 people attended for dinner, and 250 arrived for dancing later in the evening. Among those who entertained were Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Guggenheimer, Mr. S. M. Greer, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Iseman and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hilson.

Miss Alice May Conried has been visiting Miss Jane Sicher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Sicher, at the Sicher summer camp at Lake Placid.

Mrs. Thomas Liebman and her two children have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Liebman at Lake Placid.

Plans are under way for a barn dance to be held at the Hollywood Club this Saturday night. This dance, which is held annually, is usually the final social event of the summer. Colonists of the Jersey coast entertain summer residents of Westchester, Lake Placid and other resorts over this weekend. Frequently more than 1,000 persons attend.

This year the grounds near the open air dance floor will be decorated to resemble a Cape Cod fishing village. Guests will be in costume.

NEXT STORY