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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SUNDAY.' JANUARY 14. 1912.
Continued from Tage One.
Munford's composlUons, "For My love"
and "Twin Roses," which quite capti
vated the audience, not only beeaus they
ore entirely new, but because of their
The largest production In point of num
bers and .local Interest and the great
est local theatrical affair ever attempt
ed by "Washington people. Is the mam
moth musical extravaganza, of college
life, "The Collet Hero." which boasts
of over 00 performers, and which has
been In rehearsal every day and night
for two weeks. It will be staged by a
committee of prominent women for the
benefit of the Noel House at the Colum
bia Theater, during tho week of I'eb
Wore than 300 people have been re
hearsing In various parts, but 100 mora
are needed to completo the cast The
main rehearsals are being conducted In
the New 'Wlljard and tho Arlington ball
rooms, while tho smaller groups have
their rehearsals at various private ball
rooms In the city
The sponsors are Mrs S St. Ackley,
Mrs Horatio R. Bigclovv, Mrs J C.
Boyd, Mrs. Edson Bradley, Miss Julia
C Butler, Mrs Allcrton Cushman. Mrs.
Richard G Davenport Miss A. I. Gllman,
Sirs. Gllflllan. Mrs. 8. Guggenheim, Miss
Hegeman. Mrs. Joseph Clark Hoppln,
Mrs. Ralph Jenkins. Mrs. Duncan Mc
Klm. Mrs. Randolph McKIm, Mrs. C
"W McFee. Miss McCammon. Mrs. Frank
Moss. Mies Munroe. Mrs. Henry Cleve
Imnd Perkins, Mrs. Armlstead Peter, Mrs.
X C Phillips. Mrs. Joseph P. Sanger.
Mrs. George Shlras, the Vlscomtesse de
Elbour. Miss Sophie Stanton. Mrs. Charles
H. Stockton, Mrs. Richard Walnwright
and Miss A I Wilson. Leading society
glris and men arid girls from the vari
ous private school, .students from the
universities and members of church
choirs, singing societies, and clubs', make
up the many choruses.
Among those who are expected to sing
the leading roles are Miss Ruth Parker,
Miss Nancy Gordon Jones, Miss Eliza
beth rorney. Miss Davis. Miss Sands,
Miss Elizabeth Reeslde, Mr. Jesse Brown.
Mr James D. F Schneider. Mr. George
If O Connor. Mbrven Thompson, Mr.
Arthur IL Delbcrt, Mr Edward Cady,
Mr George A Bentley, and Mr Addison
The College Hero," Is a typical eol
lece musical extravaganza, a satire on
college life in song A good Plot goes
through the entire action of the piece,
which holds the man) musical numbers
It is the Intention of the committee In
charge not only to make "The College
Hero a great financial success, but
nlso to show what "Washington talent
can realb do when thoroughly trained
Several of the most competent Instructors
have been brought here to stage the pla,
and It looks as though "Die College
Hero would set a new standard for
local musical achievements.
Countess von Bemstorff, wife of the
German Ambassador, was at home yes
terday afternoon at the embassy, when
she had a large number of visitors from
the diplomatic, judicial, and other official
circles. Assisting Counters von Bern
storfT in receiving her guests were Mrs
Haniel von Hainicausen, wife of the
counselor of the embassv, and Mrs
Ivienlln wife of the second secretar) of
the embassy Baroness Preuschen, wife
of the naval attache of the Austro-Hun-garian
Embassy, and Miss Harriet
Southerland presided at the tea table
Countess von Berntorff will be at homo
again on Friday afternoon. January 19
Miss Edith Maude Foster entertained
at a tea from 5 to 7 o clock esterday
In honor of Mls Frances Brooks, grand
daughter of Gen John M Wilson, who
w U be presented to Washington society
next Saturday Those who assisted in
receiving the guests were Miss Brandt
of Baltimore, her house guest. Miss Mar
garet smith Miss Frances Efflnger, Mifs
Elizabeth Noes. Miss Phillips, Miss
Tro it and Miss Foster, sister of the
Mrs tzra Gould of 1C7 Sixteenth
street has sent out Invitations for a tea
to-morrow afternoon to meet her mother.
Mrs I G Hobbs, wife of Pay Director
Hobbs 1 S 2t of Newport who Is
visiting her daughter
The District of Columbia Soclelv of the
Sons of the American Revolution will
glvp its annual ball at Rauschcrs Wed
nesdav Invitations have been Issued and
a eapacitj attendance Is expected.
usual. Col Thomrson president of the
societj, assisted bv a number of the of
ficers and the ladles of their families.
win receive the guests Mr Frank
Martin will make the presentations and
Mrs. Matthew T Scott president general
of the D A IL, has been invited to re
ceive and make an address Miss Janet
Richards will speak upon "The women
of the Revolution ' and vocal music will
conclude the brief programme, to allow
the dance, which will be a feature of the
Mrs Martha Glelow. founder of the
Southern Industrial Educational Assocl
atlon addressed the Capital Society of
the Children of the Revolution on Satur
day afternoon In the association head
quarters room 33. Southern Building
.more man twenty children, accom
panied y Mrs. Lawrence IL Querollo,
ARMY BRIDE TO ASSIST NOEL HOUSE.
'M IlSSSS? ,HBssiSBfliiE.iH
1 '' IsWLii sSssssssH
Wife of Lieut,
PhoU br O. T Buck.
MES. P0STEE, HEE GARRARD,
A Ictor Fonter, itIio Trill appear tn the "College Hero."
president of the Children or the Revolu
tion with a number of other Invited
guests, listened to the stories of King's
Mountain and Uie brave mountaineers, as
told by Mrs. Glelow, and were greatly In
terested In the mountain descendants of
Revolutionary heroes, and also In tho
beautiful exhibit of mountain crafts and
Judge and Mrs Knapp will have as
their guests In their box for "The Slim
Princess. " the Columbian Women benetlt
Mondav evening. Senator and Mrs Suth
erland and Mr and Mrs Lansing Mrs.
Kjjapp Is the president of the Columbia
Women Admiral and Mrs. Charles H
Stockton will have with them in their
box for "The Slim Princess' Monday
evening Commander and Mrs Trout, and
Dean Gregory and Miss Gregory Dr
and Mrs. Charles W Richardson are en
tertaining Representative and Mrs. Rob
erts and Mrs. Chandler Cot Robert
Thompson will have as his guests In his
box for "The Slim Princess" Monday
evening Miss Marlon Oliver, Miss Wood,
Miss Leutze, Mr Wlnshlp, and Mr
Francis Blddle. Sir and Mrs. Lisner will
have in their box Judge and Mrs. Daniel
The w W right and Commissioner and Mrs
Rudolph. Mr and Mrs. George Bowie
Chlpmam will have with them Mrs. Mer
rill and Mr Harris. Mr and Mrs W
D Hoover's box guests will be Mr and
Mrs. Peyton Russell and Mr. and Mrs.
John Joy Edson
Mrs. William E Andrews, president of
the District of Columbia Federation of
Women a Clubs, entertained on Wednes
da at the first of a series of luncheons,
to be followed by a conference with
members of standing committees of the
On Friday evening January li the
white senate of the Theta Lambda Phi
Iraternlty. Georgetown University, held
Its second dance of the season at the
Cairo For sev eral hours more than two
score of charming damsels and gallant
promising legal lights tripped the light
fantastic toe" in unrestrained pursuit of
Terpsichore. Tho hall was tastefully
oecorated In green and white, tho col
ors of the fraternity, and this general
AT SLOAN'S ART GALLERIES,
1407 G Sf. Washington, P. C
THE C0CHE0 SALE
OF ARTISTIC HOME FURNISHINGS.
Being the entire stock of Cocheo Brothers, antique
dealers of 148 East 50th st,, New York city, who are re
tiring from the retail business, with additions from sev
eral estates, a Massachusetts ave. home, an embassy, and
numerous private owners.
Comprising fine Sheraton and Colonial Mahogany Dining-room
Suites. Oak Renaissance Pieces, French Marble-and Bronze Clock Sets,
Sterling Silver, Lille and Chelsea China, Japanese Brlc-a-Brac, Persian
Rugs. Fine Sheffield, a wonderful collection of Cashmere Shawls, the
Works of Hogarth from the original plates. English Prints. Mirrors, Japa
nese Screens and Carvlntrs. Brasses. French and Dutch MrnntrIo Louis
XV and XVI Pieces, a wonderful assortment of Colonial Mahogany Furni
ture. utaycucB, auiu .ruriieres. &.CL. AC.
All to be sold at absolute public auction within our art .galleries..
1407 G st
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday,
JANUARY 17, 18, and 19, 191?,
at 11 A. M. and 3 P. M. Each Day.
On public view Monday and Tuesday, January 15 and 16.
C G. SLOAN & CO., Inc.', Auctioneers, 1407 G St.
scheme was carried out in every possible
way, even to the programmes and re
freshments. Particular pains had been
taken to make It the most brilliant and
successful affair thus far given by the
fraternity, which Is less than a year old.
and such It was pronounced by all pres
Last, but not least, mention should be
made of the ladles who so kindly acted
as chaperons and who" presided with be
coming grace over the dispensing of the
punch. They were Mrs T Franklin
Schneider and Mrs Fenton The ladles
present were Misses Florence Schneider.
Helen Fenton, Virginia Gardner, Kill
Whyte, Margaret Moore. Anna Marr.
Margaret Marr, Eznla Woodworth,
Louise Sullivan. Gude. Redmond.
Kramer, Betts, Faust, Dalton. Parker.
and Heltmuller The gentlemen present
were Messrs. Tom Farney, Ben Schenck,
J. W. Prescott, Jr. Bobbltt, Kelly,
Jacob. Shaw. Tyler, A. Fessenden, I
Fessenden, Hilton. Fltzglbbon. Magulre,
Drysdale. Chisholm. Cosgnore, Bltten-
bender. Smith, and Jollffe.
DINNERS AND LUNCHEONS
Miss Helen Taft and her cousin. Miss
Harriet Anderson, were the guests In
whose honor the wardroom officers of the
Dolphin entertained at dinner last night
on board ship, preceding the hop at the
Mr John J Hemphill, entertained
distinguished company of men at dinner
last evening in honor of Mr. Edward T
Stotesbury, of Philadelphia, whose mar
riage to Mrs. Oliver Cromwell will take
place In her home here on Thursday Tho
guests, in addition to Mr Stotesbury,
were Mr. Justice McKenna, the Secretary
of the Treasury, Mr. MacVeagh, Sena'
tor Newlands. Mr John Hays Ham'
mond. Mr. Charles C Glover. Mr Edson
Bradley. Mr. Perry Belmont, Mr. William
Corcoran Hill. Mr. Nathaniel Wilson,
and Mr. Gist Blair.
Former Speaker of the House of Rep
resentatives and Miss Cannon entertain
ed a company at dinner last evening at
the second of their dinner parties this
season. On Friday evening their guests
of honor were the Speaker of tho House
and Mrs. Champ Clark. Miss Cannon is
among the most charming of the dinner
hostesses in official life, and it Is said of
her that a dinner In her house is served
more smoothly and more expeditiously
than at any other Her long and bril
liant regime as the leading hostess In the
Congressional circle gave her an expe
rience not possible to be gained In any
other way. She was called to the rc-
sDonsibla position of hostess for th
Speaker when she was little more than
a schoolgirl, and rose to the require
ments with remarkable tact and skllL
Mrs. Lelter entertained at dinner last
night In honor of the Russian Ambassa
dor and 'Mroe. Bakhmeteff. The other
guests were the British Ambassador and
Mrs. Bryce, the Attorney General and
Mrs. Wlckersham, Secretary of Commerce
and Labor and Mrs. Xagel. the United
States Ambassador tp Great Britain and
Mrs. Whltelaw Reld. senator and Mrs.
Wetmore. Senator Du Pont, Mai Gen.
and Mrs. Leonard Wood, Mrs. Richard
Tovrniend. Mrs. Prettyman, Bishop Will-
lams. UJ. Archibald W. Butt, and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Lelter.
Capt. Alexander Williams was host at
a dinner on Wednesday' evening, when
his guests were Col. Knight. CoL Stan
ley. Mai. Cheatham. Mai, Horton. Mai
Boggs, Capt, Humphrey, Capt. Newbold.
capt. iverin, upu .uozeiey, and Dr
Mrs. Cole, wife of Mai Henry D. Cnl
lU. S. A , entertained at luncheon yester
day, when her guests were asked to
meet Mrs. Harold Reislnger. wife of
MaJ. Hcislnger. V. S. M. C who win
leave shortly for the Phlllmlnex. vhan
MaJ Reislnger has been ordered for
duty. The otner guests were Mrs
Straub, wife of MaJ Paul F- Strauh
U. S. A : Mrs. John T. Mvenv wlfa of
Maj. Myers, u. 5. ji i-; Mrs, Moore,
wife of Capt. Richard "C Moore. V. B.
A.; Mrs. Wlttls. Mrs. Ibetter, Trtf e
or Dr. Robert E, Lcaoeuer, u. o. .
Mrs. p.tfmm. wlfa of Cast. Charles H.
Patterson, TJ. 8. A.: Tin. Waddy B.
wood. Mrs. u. Jr. BraaKea, mam ,--nor
Bryan, and Miss Edith Koon. i
t nitft. AmV-tiAn and Mrs.
James 'Bryce entertained a company at
luncheon Testerday In nonor m. mo
ft.i.-.... - a TTttMln anif nfr.
Whltelaw Reld. Mr. and Mrs. -Reld, who
nave neen tne center ot m"
social festivities during their visit here,
will return, to New Tork to-day.
TyM an.M(A vi..t-4M. mwtA Ume. Riano
were hosts at dinner last evening.
Judre and Mm Martin A. Kn&PP were
hoita of 4inn. Int ventnc In their
apartment at Stonelelgh, Court.
Mrs. de B. R. "KeUn. ofi-IT street.
has as her guest for two weeks Mrs.
I. J. Stetametz, of Lancaster. Pa. To
meet her Mrs. Kelm has issued invita
tions for a luncheon on Wednesday, Jan
The Alter Chapter of Alt Saints' Epis
copal Church wlU give a musical con
cert on Friday. - February a, at the
Chevy Chase Library, Among those who
will take part wUl be Mrs. Howard A.
Coombs, Mrs. Marcon. Miss Allen, Mr.
Charles L. Fratley. Mr. Eugene E. Ste
vens, Miss Harriet Weaver, Dr. Wttl
lam Hamilton. Mr. John Walters. Miss
Lillian Lewis, and Mr. IL Barnes.
The Chevy Chase Round Table met
the past week In the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles D. Parker, in Kewlands
street Dr. A. M. Stimson read an
original paper and Mr. Eugene H. Ste
vens read a paper on W. W. Jacobs."
Among those present were Mr. and Mrs.
John L. Rldgway, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
E. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hath
away, Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Pru
den, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C Dutton,
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Lathrop, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry GlovarnolU Mr. and Mrs.
George Winchester Stone, Mr. and Mrs.
George J. Hesselmsn. Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Marean. Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
Meigs, Dr. and Mrs. A. M. EUmson. and
Mrs. Ira Meagley, house guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Parker.
The Chevy Chile Wednesday Morning
Reading Class met the- past week Jit
the home ot Mrs, A. V. Cushman. or
West Irving street.
Tho third In the series of the rector's
aid socials was held the past week in
West Lenox street, those assisting the
hostess being Mrs. H. BIsselle, Mrs
Isabella Rldgway, and Mrs. Edward M.
Mix. Owing to ths Inclement weather
there was a small attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Thomas Dunlop, ot th
"Haves." North Chevy Chase, have
closed their home and gone Into the city
for the winter Mrs Dunlop Is now
1slting her aunt. In Dayton. Ohio.
Mr George Putnam entertained at
luncheon the past week at the Chevy
Mr Allen D Albert, a former resident
of Chevy Chase, Md , now living In Min
neapolis, Minn., spent some tltrp In
Washington, the guest of his mother
He was entertained In Chew Chase dur
ing his stay by a number of his former
Mrs. Ira Meagley. of Blnghamton. N
V . who has been the bouse guest of Mr
and Mrs. Charles D. Parker, ot New
lands street, left the past week for Hor
lda. where she will Join her husband,
who Is wintering there.
Mrs David Greenleas and her two lit
tle daughters, who have been visiting
her sister, Mrs John Wllmer Latimer,
of Kewlands street, and her mother and
father. Mr and Mrs Chirks Cragin. of
Georgetown, has returned to her home
m Philadelphia, , Pa.
The Chevy Chase Music Club will meet
to-morrow night at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John L. Weaver on Brookvllle
road and Klrke street.
The Chevy Chase branch of the Flor
ence Crlttenton Mission met the past
week at the home of Mr and Mrs. Jesss
Chester Bowen, of West Lenox street.
Mrs. Kate Waller Barrett, the presi
dent, gave a ery Interesting talk along
the lines of what the mission was do
ing Mrs. Emma Robertson, the national
secretary, was also present at the meet
ing The Chevy Chase Circle voted to
give $30 to the mission In Washington, to
bo expended for some very urgent needs
there at this time.
The Interesting children of Mr. and
Mrs. Evans J3rowne. who have been
qutte sick at their home in East Lenox
street, are very much better.
Little Miss Helen Hodges, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Vernon E. Hodges, of East
Klrke street. Is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
J Goodali, In the Adlrondacks.
Miss Susie Slpe. of West Irving street,
entertained a number of the Normal
School girls, who held one of their class
parties at her home the past week.
Mr A H. White, of Baltimore, who
has been the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. William S. Corby, of Connecticut
avenue, has returned to his home.
Mr and Mrs. John E. Lathrop. of Mc
Klniey street, entertained at dinner the
past week in honor of Dr. J. Kier G.
Fraser, of Charleston, S C
Mr. and Mrs. wnillam J McNally. of
Newlands street entertained at dinner
the past week In honor of their house
guest. Miss Jean Creamer, of Chicago.
Mrs. Charles Owens was the luncheon
guest of friends In Newlands street the
Mrs. Robert Preston Shealey, of East
Melrose street, spent some time in Bal
timore the past week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. James Oscar Preston, of
Mr. John W. Harlow. Mr. John B. Har
low, Miss Harlow, all of Gordonsville,
Va who have been vtslUng Dr. and Mrs.
Thomas K. Conrad, of Oxford street,
have returned to helr home.
Mrs. John Wllber Latham and the
Misses Latham, of West Bradley lane,
entertained at luncheon at their home
the past week for Mrs. E. D. Richardson.
Mrs. Ziba Bennett, of Pine Bluff. Arlt.
Is visiting her sister and-brother-In-law.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Tellott, of West
Miss Evelyn Malcolm, of Northampton
street, will entertain a number of her
friends at a dance at the Chevy Chase
Library the coming week.
The guests who have been vlsIUng Mrs.
Anna M. Klnggan and the Misses Young,
of Brookvllle road and Klrke street, have
returned to their home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Knott have taken an
apartment at the Chevy Chase.
Miss Mabel Wilson, of Bridgeport Conn.,
who lias been visiting her aunt and uncle.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Sonneman, ot
Primrose street has returned to her home.
Mr. George Bradley, who was appointed
by Gov. Crothtrs to OH the vacancy of
county commissioner caused by the death
of Richard Cissell, has taken the oath
of office. Mr. Bradley Is very weU known
In Chevy Chase, being a relative of the
late Judge Bradley, and a cousin to Judge
Peter In Rockvllle, Md . and also a cousin
of Mr. Bradley Davidson.
The Chevy Chase ClUzens Association
of Maryland will meet at the Chevy Chase
Library next Tuesday evening.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Rectors' Aid Society of All Saints- Ep!s-
copal Church was held in the choir room
ot the church tho past week.
It has been charged that tho residents
of Maryland whose children- attend the
District of Columbia public schools are
crowding oUier children out Despite the
denials to the contrary, the Cheyy Chase
Citizens' Association of the District has
appointed Mr Edward F. CoUaday. Dr.
D G, Davis, and. Mr. Murphy to And
out If those condlUons really exist In
JTBBOVTK A SARMDiT SHOP
Ot ID t!4 ELEVENTH STUBBU
We will show tomorrow: for the first time 100
New Spring Dresses Jnchtding street, afternoon
and evening models for women, and dancing frocks
for misses. Also 50 New Spring Tailored Suits for
women and misses. All are marked at less than
regular season prices.
$10,000 Fur Stock for $6,000.
A. Arnstam & do.,
91 Fifth Ave., N. Y.,
Sell Us Their Entire Stock
of Manufactured Furs
at 60 Cents on the Dollar.
' We offer more than Fifty Fine Coats and Two
Hundred Sets at about one-half of regular prices.
A. Arnstam & Co. of 97 Fifth Avenue, New York,
are among the best known fur manufacturers of
We bought their entire stock of Coats and Sets
at nearly half price, and will turn them over to you
at the same concession.
We fully guarantee every piece of fur in this
sale and will make good at any time anything
Included in this stock are all of Arnstam's fine
sample pieces and showroom models.
$235 Genuine Hudson Bay Sable Set $10000
$165 Large Canadian Mink Set $100.00
$140 Large Canadian Mink Set $95.00
$50 Canadian Mink Scarf $25.00
$150 Fitch Set $80x0
$110 Trimmed Seal Coat $6900
$200 Hudson Seal Coat - $11500
$95 Natural (brown) Pony Coat $65.00
$95 Whole Skin Caracul Coat $69 00
$85 Baltic Seal Coat $5000
$85 Babyskin Black Pony Coat $50.00
$75 Seal Coat, length $40.00
$75 Cross Fox Set $42.50
$60 Red Fox Set $3500
$45 Blue Fox Set $2500
$32 White Iceland Fox Sets $2000
$12 Black Bear Sets $7.50
$18 Black French Coney Sets $10.00
$40 Black Fox Sets $29.50
$45 Natural Raccoon Sets $27.50
$20 Black Opossum Sets $10.00
$25 Gray Wolf Sets $15.00
Full-length Coats, of black broadcloth, polo "1 $15.00
cloth, Scotch homespuns and tweeds. Worth up
to 532. Reduced to J $19.75
Our Finest Cloth Suits, two-piece and three
piece, worth up to $85, are reduced to
Smart Tailored Suits, fancy fabrics, serge and
broadcloth, misses' and women's sizes, worth up
to $40. Reduced to
r A large variety of Dresses, street and evening
styles, worth up to $35. Reduced to
63 Fur-lined Broadcloth and Mixture Coats,
including plain black, lined with fur and collars
of fur. Reduced to
Two-tone Polo Coats, including plaid and
white backs; highest class real Scotch fabrics;
worth up to $35. Reduced to
A few high-class Decollete Evening Dresses;
original French models and adaptations; sold up
to $90. Reduced to
A few Street and Afternoon Dresses, of "velvet
and corduroy; sold up to $40. Reduced to
A few Tailored and Dressy Suits, 0? velvet and 1 $28.00
corduroy; sold up to $65. Reduced to J $35.00
JlilliMlimm inn;iiiin::ii;::ii"fti " 1 ' ; 1 t ; rn t : n 1 i ; 1 tf ' T .ii!i!iiiiiii;;iiiiiiiiii:iii;ii;i;'iiiiigg
the Chevy Chase (D. C) public school
In Connecticut avenue, and the report
of this, committee Is eagerly awaited.
it... ..... rr J fr. 1?. Blake, assisted
by their two daughters. Miss Blake and
Mrs. Duncan Bradley, will be at homo
on Monday. January 15, -from i to
Friends of Paymaster and Mrs. W. S.
Gower will h sorry to learn that Pay
master Gower's recent orders to report
tor active dutjf on the Montana will cause
!.( ...., frnm W'Afihinirtan sooner
than they had anticipated. They will
leave for Portsmouth. N. II . where the
Montana Is stationed, on Wednesday.
Mr. Gower was formerly Miss Katherln
Powell, of Th!rt-nrst street.
Rear Admiral and Mrs. John Bleeker.
who have just returned from a trip to
India, where they visited a married
daughter, were the guests for several
days of their mother and sister. Admiral
and Mrs. Bleeker lcftlast Friday for a
vitlt to their son Mr. John Bleeker, jr.
Mr. -Ceorxe Kins was at home Tburs
dav afternoon. Assisting her were Mrs.
Van OrsdeL wife of Judge Van Orsdd:
Mrs. Kdmonston, Miss Marlon King, and
Miss Jenkins, of Suffolk, Vs. Mrs. King
and her daughter will be at home the
remaining Thursdays In January.
Mrs. "Waldo C Hlbbs. Mrs. Harrington,
and Mrs. N. IL Hall will be at home in
formally to their friends at the Kanawha
en Tuesday, February 13-
Mra. Henry Bell Simpson, of the Stod
dert. will be at home en February S
Miss Netta Craig will be at home In
formally at her studio next Thursday
The next meeting of the Evermay Club
WlU bo held on Thursday morning. Jan-
CoatlBaed oa rago O, Coluau. 1.