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Dance For Debutantes 1907
The first dinner dance for debutantes of the
season, arranged by seven well-known women, took,
place last night in the large ballroom at Sherry's.
Those who entertained guests at dinner were Mrs.
Adrian Iselin, Mrs. Charles H. Coster, Mrs. Charles
D. Dickey, Mrs. Archibald Rogers, Mrs. Paul
Tuckerman, Mrs. E.D. Morgan, and Mrs. Campbell
Miss Hasell Makes Her Bow
Younger daughter of Mrs. L.C. Hasell is Presented
to Society. Mrs. Lewis Cruger Hasell gave a
reception yesterday afternoon at the Hasell town
house, 126 East Seventy-first Street, to introduce
her second daughter, Miss Mary Mason Hasell, a
great-grandaughter of the late Mrs. Mason Jones.
Henry T. Sloane will give a ball at Sherry's this evening for his younger and debutante daughter., Miss Emily Sloane. It will probably be the largest gathering of the kind this season. Mr. Sloane has taken both the ballroom floors. The seated supper will be served in the small ballroom. Phoenix Ingraham will lead the cotillion.