Mary Jane! I'm glad you returned to try the post again - very pretty daylilies. Can you share a bit more info about the two daylilies? Even just a rough height or size of the bloom can help. Also, since the backgrounds in the pictures are somewhat dark - are they both grown in shade, or were the pictures taken in evening light after a day of sun? If the first one was in sun, I wonder if it might be possible it just faded - the ATP database has a few pictures, each differing a bit. When that happens I like to look at parentage to see if a cultivar is exhibiting some recessive trait - like Noel Weston has a parent, Super Valentine, whose description is "pink with deep pink eyezone and lime green throat." Harder to make much out with the second one perhaps just due to low lighting - it can be so hard for any of us to get photos that really show true colors and the details that are so distinctive. But, maybe others here will have had those cultivars and could tell better what they might be.
Did you find Society Belle and True Gertrude Demarest by looking back at what cultivars were being grown from the original seller?
Again, welcome to ATP - Hope someone might have more experience with those cultivars. Everyone here pretty much ends up with unidentified daylilies at some point, so welcome to the club!