Among the reception costumes were the following:
Mrs. Leonard Matthews, black Lyons velvet, with duchess train, point lace collars and cuffs and diamond ornaments.
Miss Nina Matthews, short skirt of white Surah silk, with full draperies of white tarlatan looped with knots of white ribbon, round waist made full, a l’Espagnole, and bouquet de corsage of tea roses.
Miss Alice Churchill, pear-gray satin, with gray velvet brocade front; capote of crimson velvet with plumes.
Miss Bri Churchill, silver-gray silk, combined with plaid silk, trimmed with ruby-colored velvet.
Mrs. George S. Myers, wine-colored ottoman silk, made princess, the front trimmed in chenille with a cordon of blush roses.
Miss Isabel Woods, rose-colored nun’s veiling, the petticoat draped in deep flounces of white silk lace; corsage high with flots of lace and rose-tinted ribbon.
Miss Mildred Myers, corn-colored silk trimmed in coffee-colored lace; corsage open at the throat.
Miss Bob Meyers, white embroidered mu__ with deep hand-wrought flounces.
Mrs. Rollo Billingsly, handsome black Lyons velvet, the corsage en V, with duchess lace fastened by a diamond lace pin and diamond butterfly, bonnet of wine-colored velvet with plumes.
Miss Adele Gauss, ruby-colored velvet, with cream-tinted satin brocaded in large velvet flowers; corsage high, with cluster of pink chrysanthemums; capote of ruby velvet and feathers.
Miss Lucy Nisbet, sea-foam silk, en ____, cut out in battlements over plaitings of lace; petticoat covered with flounces of lace, fastened at one side by a large cluster of white plumes; low cut bodice over a lace chemisette fastened by a diamond pin; bouquet de corsage of flowers.
Miss Bettie Bolluger, golden-brown satin, the whole front magnificently embroidered in large clusters of acorns and oak leaves in beads of different shades of brown; cuirass basque of beads to match the skirt, with a bunch of acorns in raised embroidery on either side of the throat; bouquet de corsage of red poppies, and brown bonnet; diamond ornaments.
Mrs. Capt. Bofinger, garnet-colored velvet, elegantly trimmed in duchess lace; little capote to match; diamond ornaments.