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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, September 28, 1929, Image 6

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1 Autumn Meeting of Steeplechase 1 Association Opens Wednesday, Oct. 2, Continues to Oct. 6 Event at Bowman Park Arousing Interest Among Sportsmen of East-^-Polo Tournament Completed More Than 500 Dogs Entered AtBm )man Park in Show Held By Ladies Kennel Association f phix Not as Numerous as in Previous Years, but Quality of Dogs ExHWtod Is Deddedly Better — List of Winners Rumson and Ox Ridge Teams Seen in Action Married William Spence Jackson of Dover — Cou ­ ple to. ijive in Ha- M&roneck William Spence Jickion of Dover, D«L, on Wednesday vrvning-at the Pcnlngo Country Clab. Hie clnb wma prettily arranged with decoration! of fall flowers and greena, and the Bev. r _ _ _ _ „ r\ _ _ _ _ _ A. Cl _ _ _ W James E. Goggen of the Church of the Reaurrccdon, Bye. officiated. Mias BUlingior waa given in mar- riasylby her fatter. William BlUlng- ton and waa gowned in a bridal aatin yown of flesh blege made In the new princeia model trimmed with bruge lace. Two trains draped from brtow the hlpe fell elegantly In larse aeal- loped petale oyer which flowed a net rell draped from the neck -of the gown. Mire BUlington'e heeddreae waa a little lace jullet cap and ehe carried a garland of orchids and Cool- his decision, applauded the choice loudly. The final contest waa between Talarera Margaret and the Irish set- tar. Delawara Kata, owned by Ernest W. Smoot of Washington. In the variety group, the sporting dogs were judged by W. Fred Ford of Media. Pa. His selection for best waa the Irish setter, Dels wire Kate, e consistent winner. She won from the Hundreds of Sodal 45 ve nts and Many SwimSolB*--\ Contests Held Dur ­ ing Year The Beach club of the Westchester Country Clnb baa now closed after Burgundy red satin which contrasted charmingly with the other gowns of the wedding party. It waa made in tight fitting princess model which fell in long graceful folds forming a train; she carried garlands of varied color gladlolaa. w. The bridesmaids Included Miss Dorothy Harwood, daughter of Hr. end Mrs. C. Harwood of Stratford road, Harrison, Mrs. Charles Imps re ­ tort of Rye, another slater of the bride, Mias Jeanette Bleacher of Park Drive 8outh. the Westchester Coun­ try Club, Mias Marjorie Logan qf New York City and Greenwich, and Miss Betty Hnnter of Greenbnrgh, Pa. The bridesmaids wore frocks of suntan satin made In a sophisticated manner. Their beta.were of Burgundy velvet and of the new modified style end their alippere were of the dreee ma ­ terial They held garlands of varied Social Function to b« Held September 28th — Billy Benft In Charge' participated In color dahlia 1 . bios larkspur and baby breath mingled with smylex. Little Mias Helen Louise Booth of Rye waa the flower girl Her tiny frock was of pale peach chiffon. Mrs. William' Blllington, mother of the bride, wore a gown of apricot French lace over aatin and a corsage of orchids. . w The entire wedding ensemble was originally designed end constructed by Alice Young of Greenwich Village. The tennis courts at tho Westches ­ ter Country Clnb were the scene over the week-end of several Matches between members of the dub. Tbe squash courts, which are located In the sports hocse are also starting to me used. Hugh Ganley la profee- eional of both these activities and la at the couaas sod available for lee- eons. Among memberi and guests uveing the courts during tbs week ­ end were: George Bonhag. Walter F. Jaeckel of New York City; Mr. and Mrs. a IL Daria. Jr., of Bye; Mias Bblrley Smith, Miss Lennon, H. A. Roberts, E. W. Bovard of tbe dub grounds; Brooks Sargent end Rich ­ ard Rothcbild of Port Cheater. Two gtrong team*. Ramson and Ox Ridge, were seen in tfie final match of tbe consolation tournament, held in connection with tbe invitation tournament last week at Bowman Jfyk. ' Tbe matches were arranged by tbe Rye Polo Club. Rumson won the match by a score of 20-9. 1 Above is tbe Ox Ridge team with Potu.-Slocock. Doubleday and Lapham. Below is tbe Rumson team with Branscome. G- Balding. C Balding and Johnson. Table rrecrvatlona are being made through Billy Senft, extension 145 sad to data the following have re ­ garded rovers for their respective parties. F. C. CoUlna. Frank J. Mur ­ phy, Louis Gunthar, Harry Merta. H. E. Batts. J. C. Buckler, J. Duffy and Arthur Kelly, Jr. also, R. C. Pick, C. W. Brown. F. H. Frailer, C. A. BhD&n. P. EL Dtvr, M. Qolnn. A. K. Shaw. IL El Towle, B. Mler, J. Duf ­ fy, EL J. Grant, F. B. Krsg, D. Bayne, D. Hard*. T. Hoops. C. 8. Truden- bach. W. Brice Pindar, Jacob Dot), M. L. LeBlanc. F. X- Anglim. B. El Bates, Mr. Bartholmae. B. B. Cole, A. B. Corey, G. Grouch, A. 8. Healy, C. C. Houck, G. Haskell, Joseph F. I Mire Lodlle Taylor, J. E. Jackson, Herbert jUchmaa of Summltt, N.J... and Miaa Malice FuU.r of aertland. SOCIETY NOTES ------- ... ... W.BOU1J A * „DU the front office when expecting carats | Andrew*, Scott .1 •o tbe gateman may be ordered to : Baflty, C. Cogrt pass them through tbe gotta. ColHoa. W. C H PARTY OF W O. FISHER ] W. C. Fiaber waa boat recently to | K. Barks, Eugcr E. G. G. Brooker, J. Bred). F.lkeH L. WnBng, Crosby. T. El cock. L. H. Zlrm and J: Cl Duncan, 3 . D. G. Ang. i' ” — A » wtA LOELL-O DUY8 HOSTESS Mias Loello Doya -waa hostess for dinner at the dob for Mlaa Virginia McGuire of Pelham; Edward.Conlln. Charles Douse of Fortat Hflla, and GUEST REGISTER Members are required to register their guests In the dub register which la at the entrance to the din ­ ing room of the main dobhouse. Dr. Ire Hill Walter F. Jaeckel. Ellis Knowles, Fred Von Meyer. Hsrry Hybbard. James J. Turner, IL B. Sargent, and 8. Duany. For room reservations members nay call Albert E. Sayers, assistant ■aaagar who will arrange for rooms SWIMMING LESSONS Joseph Quinn. Instructor of swim­ ming la available dally from 0 a. m. until 12 noon at tha pool to give lea- Lady Lucky of Larchmont OCTOBER SCHEDULE \ The October schedule includes: Oct. Chapin, Margaret Dittosr, Ju- 4. match play vs. par 81; Oct. U, 18 jjm, Dohma, Bath Field. Elisabeth holes on ladies course, half handicap, 1 Orevt, Dorothy Gorton. Eleanor and on Oct. 18 and 17, tha United Hail Anna Mae Hunter, Rath Jones, States Ben lor Woman's Golf Assorts- I Claire Keller. Katharino Jorton. tion championship which eondudee the Chico Kllvert. Gldaya Mara. Bens golf schedule offered by members of 1 Owen. Valeria Bobartaon. Elmira the ‘ Womans Golf and Bridge Com-1 Stuart, Elisabeth Stout and Gene- mlttas. Members of this committee sieve Tobin, aiao Mrs. Guernsey Cur ­ are Mrs. Myra D. Patterson, honorary ran, Jr, aad Mrs. Charles Htnwr, chairman; Mrs. Anthony D. Bossier, Jr. Ch \ 1 “ ° ‘ Wrl *kt - ' RETURN. FM^IB i RONOACKS tre ** nr \• _______ Hiss Madeira F. Monro, daughter LAWRENCE TROPHY Jof Captain and Mrs. Andrew Munro. Th. J. IL Lawrence trophy plared *£££ for on Saturday on th. death course :: t ; £2 winner with 4 up on par. HUNTING TROPHIES ..HOMYTSorHY Prize Winning Brothers P arkway. - «. Westchester Country Club News ■ ^ — A WEEKLY BUDGET OF EVENTS AT THE FORMER WESTCHESTER BILTUORB

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