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Mrs. Otto Kahn returned on the Aquitania from a European trip.

Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Guggenheim, who returned from Europe on the Berengaria, are staying in their home in Port Washington, L. I., for the next few weeks.

Society awaits with interest the debut of Miss Marie Louise Bodenheimer who will be introduced to the friends of her mother, Mrs. Leon M. Bodenheimer, a,t a supper dance on December 26 at the Waldorf Astoria. Miss Bodenheimer is expected to be one of the most popular debutantes of the season.

The marriage of Miss Dorothy Alexander, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Alexander, to Jack Livingston, son of Mrs. Carrie E. Livingston, took place Tuesday night at the home of her parents, 230 Riverside Drive. The Rev. Dr. Sidney Goldstein performed the ceremony. The bride had her sister, Dr. Eleanor G. Alexander, for her only attendant. Max Livingston was his brother’s best man.

Miss Dorothy Starr Einstein, daughter of Mrs. C. Ludwig Bauman of 25 Central Park West, and of Walter S. Einstein, also of this city, was married to Frank ### Hess, son of Mrs. Julian Hess ### York and the late Mr. Hess at the Park Lane Hotel. The ceremony was performed by Magistrate Jonah J. Goldstein.

The marriage of Miss Emily Louise Drapekin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Drapekin of New Orleans and New York, to William E. Lehman, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Lehman of South Orange, N. J., tock place on the second of October at the home of the bride’s aunt, Mrs. Leonard Krower, 275 Central Park West. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Solomon Foster. A reception and dinner at the Central Park Casino followed the ceremony.

On September 29, Mrs. Rita S. Halle, the well-known author, was married to Arthur S. Kleeman, head of the investment banking firm which bears his name. The ceremony took place at the home of Dr. Charles Fliescher, 129 East Seventeeth Street, who performed the marriage rites.

Mrs. Kleeman was graduated from Wellesley College and is a member of the Authors’ Women’s University and Town Hall Clubs and of the Lyceum Club in London. Mr. Kleeman attended the University of Illinois and is a member of the Bankers and Lotos Clubs and the American Club of London.

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