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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 191S.
Continned from Page Oic.
ation. Jin Glelow will Also address
several clubs In Philadelphia before re
turning to Washington.
Judge and Mrs. Warren Garden, of
Hamilton. Ohio, have arrived at the
Shoreham to spend some time.
Mrs. Albert W. Harris and Miss Mar
tha Harris, of Chicago, have arrived at
the Shoreham for several weeks.
airs. Herbert Claiborne Wilkin an
nounces the engagement of her daugh
ter, miss Annie Llnd Wilkin, to Mr.
John H. Hears, of New York.
The marriage, which will be very quiet,
will take place in the early part of April.
A beautiful display of Cherokee Indian
mountain baskets Is beimr exhibited at
the headquarters of the Southern Indus
trial Educational Association, room 38,
These baskets are something new In
this part of the world, and in fact the
inaian mountaineer is somewhat rare, and
great Interest is being taken In this
unique handiwork, visitors are flock
ing to secure them for Easter gifts.
Mrs. B. B. Welchler, wife of Dr.
Welchler, and Miss Olga Obernauer, of
Pittsburg, Pa., have arrived in Washing
ton and are the guests of Mrs. D. H.
Rosen at 163 Connecticut Avenue for the
Dr. and Mrs. Gregg Curtis Birdsall, of
133 Fifteenth Street, entertained yes
terday at tea In the afternoon and an
evening supper for their house guests,
Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Davis. Mrs.
Buchanan and Mrs Frederick C. Clayton
received with Mrs. Birdsall.
Miss Minna Thompson, of Martinsburg.
W. Va., and Mr. V. GUmore Iden. of
this city, were married yesterday after
noon by Rev. B. D. Gaw, of West Wash
ington Baptist Church. The bride was
attended by Miss Ruth Helms, of Mar
tinsburg. and the bridegroom by Mr.
Frank II. Iden, his brother. The cere
mony was held in the apartments of Mrs.
W. W. Bolls, at the New Berne. Mr.
and Mrs. Iden will reside at 740 Rock
Creek Church Road.
Mrs. Grace Watt Rolf and her sister.
Miss Agnes Watt, of Portland. Oreg.,
will be at 1316 I Street Northwest during
The wedding of Mrs Frank Ellis, of
Cincinnati, and Mr. Gist Blair, of this
city, will take place to-morrow In the
Episcopal Church of the Ascension, in
New York. The ceremony is to be per
formed by Rev. Percy Stlckney Grant,
and the following day the bridal couple
will sail for Europe. Seieral Washing
ton friends of both the bride and bride
groom will go to New York to attend
the wedding, including Mr. Franklin El
lis, son of Mrs. Ellis.
Much interest attaches to the marriage
of Mr. blair and Mrs. Ellis because of
the bocial prominence of both. Mr. Blair
is a member of one of the oldest and
most distinguished Washington families,
being the son of the late Montgomery
Illair. who was Secretary of the Navy in
President Lincoln's Cabinet. The Blair
residences, in Pennsylvania Avenue, fac
ing the State. War. and Navy Depart
ment, and at Silt er Spring, Md , have
been the scene of many brilliant social
functions. Upon their return to Wash
ington Mr. Blair and his bride will re
Fide at the former, 1651 Pennsylvania
For years Mr. Blair has been proml
rently identified tilth the leading clubs
of Washington. He is president of the
Chevy Chase Club and was for many
j ears president of the Bachelors. He is
also a member of the Cincinnati.
Sir Woodbury Blair, whose wlfo was
Slis Emllv Wallach. daughter of Mrs.
Richard Wallach, and Mr. Montgomery
B.air. whoe wife nss Miss Edith Dra
per, daughter of the late Gen. William
F. Draper, at one time Ambassador to
Italy, are brothers of Mr. Gist Blair.
Mrs. Ellis has made Washington her
home for some years, having formerly
resided in Cincinnati. She has been
prominent in the city's most exclusive so
cial circles and is a close friend of Mrs.
Taft. Mrs Ellis Has granted a divorce
from her husband last August.
UBS. JOHN B. HEHDEKSOIT,
And her small granddaughter, Bliss Beatrice Angelica Henderson.
the latter' little playmate, the danghter of the Vlscoant and Vis
Mrs. John A. Wilson nnd Mr. Edwin
Wilson, of New York, have joined Mr.
John A. Wilson at the Shoreham Hotel.
They are members of President-elect
Wilson's family, and will remain in
Washington for some time after the in
auguration. Mrs. William F. King and Mrs. Lau
terback. of New York, are at the Wil
lard for Inauguration week.
Two plays will be given shortly for tho
benefit of Neighborhood House. Mme.
Pezet. wife of the rermian Minister,
who read the plays before an appreci
ative audience gathered in Mrs. Christian
Hemmick's "Studio House," will not only
superintend the productions, but will take
part herself. The cast will be made up of
prominent members of society, who have
shown a marked talent for the stage.
Among those who will take part arc
Mme. Pezet. Miss Juliet Fremont. Miss
Elizabeth Noves, Miss Sands. Miss Lee.
Mr. Pezet. Mr. Pendleton Turner, and
Mr. Robert Elmore. The play will later
be produced in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Bride are
entertaining Mrs. W. D. Fairbanks and
Miss Fairbanks, of Decatur, III. Mrs.
Bride will entertain Wednesday at the
Chcy Chase Club for her guests.
Mr. John H. Seay, of Lynchburg. Va.,
will be in guest of Mrs. H. C. Williams
for the Inauguration.
Miss H. H. Freeman gave an organ
recital at St. John's Church Monday
afternoon, which waa much enjoyed.
Miss Lucy Carroll, of Little Rock.
Ark . is the guest of Mrs. James Casey.
Mrs W. D. Brace will entertain for
inauguration her sister. Mrs. Charles F.
Kreh, Mr. and Mrs. C. Herbert Kreh. and
Miss Anna B. Klmp, all of Frederick,
Mrs. J. McKenny Berry has as her
guests her father and Mr. West Baker
and Mr. David Glalce. of of Winchester,
Mrs. R. L. Fearn. Jr., of Richmond.
Va.; Mrs. IL C. Noyes, of Annapolis,
and Mrs. Bruce Aldrleh. of Baltimore,
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. S.
Miss DuvalL of Staunton, Va.. Is visit
ing Mrs P. I Warmely, of the Irving.
Miss Maddox, who has been visiting
friends in Baltimore, is now the truest
of her sister, Mrs. J. T. Wood.
Mr. Armstead Grady, of Duluth,
Minn., is the guest of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Grady, of Q Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter Wormely and
their son Ralph will arrive to-day to
islt Mr. and Mrs. I'. L. Wormely.
Mrs Powell and her daughter. Mrs.,
uws, navo returnea rrom sew yotk.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard" C. Beck are
entertaining Mr. Beck's brother, Mr.
Charles S. Beck, of Philadelphia, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Gearing and daugh
ter, of Detroit. Mich.
Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Patterson, who
have been stationed at El Paso. Tex .
arrived here during the week and left
yesterday for Fort Hunt, where Dr.
Patterson has been ordered. Mrs. Pat
terson was formerly Miss May
Mr. and Mrs. William Lutch are en
tertaining the Misses Herr, of Jersey
City; Mrs S. B. Embrlck, and Miss
Harriett Alder, of DeUn, Pa.
Miss Julia Burton and Miss Ellen
Duvall, of Baltimore, will be the house
guests of Mrs. William B. Orme.
The last formal hop of th season was
held last Monday evening at Fort Myer
and was largely attended. The color
scheme was red and blue. At midnight
supper was served. The guests were re
ceived by Mrs. Garrard, wife of the com
mander of the fort, assisted by Mrs.
Johnson and Mrs. Summerall. Capt.
Eltlnge made the presentations.
A number of dinners preceded tho hop
at Fort Myer last Monday. Among those
entertaining wero Col. Franklin O. John
son and Mrs. Johnson, in compliment to
Miss Patton, of California, and Lieut.
Capt. Charles Ferris, U. S. A., who
has been stationed at Fort M er for some
time, has been detached and transferred
to Fort Sam Houston.
The Misses Piper, who have been th
house guests of MaJ. and Mrs. Rhodes at
Fort Myer, have returned to their home
in New York.
Among the couples married In Rock
vllle during the week were George W.
Hill and Miss Mary Gertrude Plura
mer, both of Woodmont, this county,
by Rev. Samuel R. White, of the Bap
tist Church: Grover C. Carpenter, of
Croos Keys, Va., and Miss Bessie Jane
Bailey, of Fort Defiance. Va.. by Rev.
John R. Henderson, pastor of the Pres
byterian Church: Gaston L. Riiera and
Miss Mary Evelyn Eaaterday. both of
Washington, by Rev. Frank M. Rich
ardson, pastor of the Southern Method
ist Church, and Robert Pagan and Miss
Helen Glttinger. both of Washington,
and Clarence L. Beavers, of Areola, Va.
and Miss Minnie Bill Fletcher, of Fair
fax, Va by Rev. Samuel R. White
Mrs. Harry Buck entertained at
cards Tuesday afternoon, her guests
Including a number of her Rockville
Mr. and Mrs. J. Darby Bowman have
returned from their honeymoon trip.
Mr. Barry Greene, of Roanoke. Va,
Is a guest at the home of his brother-in-law
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Nicho
las Brewer, here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Prettyman
have returned to Rockville from a stay
of several weeks In Bermuda.
Dr. and Mrs. George L. Edmonds and
children are In Washington for a few
Miss Sadie Penn. of Redland. has
been visiting relatives in Rockville.
Mr. George c. Dawson nnd son.
James Dawson, of South Dakota, are
visiting in Rockville, where they for
Mrs. William H Talbott has returned
to Rockville from Poolesvllle. where
she was called by the Illness of her
mother. Mrs. Clara B. Hall.
Miss Mary Hyatt, of Kensington, has
been appointed an assistant teacher at
tho Kensington Grammar School In
place of Miss Lulu B. Gott. resigned.
Mrs. Sarah Andrews, of Gaithers
burg, and Mr. Nathan W. Saunders, a
well-known farmer of Totomac dis
trict, were married in Washington a
few days ago by Rev. E. G. Rcgester,
the ceremony taking place at the min
Mrs. Carter Clagett, of Potomac, has
been isltlng her sister. Mrs. Wlllard
S. Ward here.
Mrs. George C Lewis, of this nlaea.
is a guest of Sirs. Daniel Wlllard at a
week-end house party at Roland Park.
After spending- several weeks in Nw
Orleans and other sections of the.
South. Miss Corrlo Deilbiss has re
turned to her home at Galthcrsburg.
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Mr. and Mrs. David White, of Medina.
N. Y., will be the guests for a couple of
weeks of Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel R. Henry. They will arrlvo
Mrs. Louis H. Jullien will have her
son, Mr. Louis Jullien. of Phlladelnhla.
as ner guest aunng inauguration.
Mrs. Aubrey E. Landry waa hostess
on Tuesday afternoon for her bridge club.
airs. Jiary uaincs and her daughters.
of New York, are the guests of Maj. and
Airs. a. si. uames.
Miss Emma Washington entertained
the Five Hundred Club last Monday.
Miss Helen Molster will be the next host
ess on Monday, March 10.
Mrs. W. D. Lundy was hostess at a
dinner on Tuesday In compliment to her
mother. Mrs. Louis II. Jullien. the happy
occasion being Mrs. Julllen'a sixtieth
birthday. The decorations were In red.
Covers were laid for seven.
The Masonic Hall was the scene of a
Pleasant reception on Thursday evening,
when the Eastern Star entertained its
friends. Dancing was enjoyed, and late
In the evening refreshments were served.
airs. Horace M. Woodward and the
Misses Woodward will entertain durinir
lnauguration week Miss Anna Revnen.
of New York, and Mrs. J. R. Alder and
ner daughter, Virginia, of Berryvllle. Va.
.airs. uiDbs entertained at a brides
luncheon on Thursday In comnllment n
Miss Bennett, of New York, who Is the
bouse guest of Mrs. Harry W. Dowllng.
Mrs. C. K. Hetfleld and Miss Hetfleld
will have as their guests this week Miss
Leila Aehton. of Alexandria, Va.. and
Mr. Morris Clssell. of Howard Cnnntv
Mrs. Charles A. Johnson gave a very
pretty Ave hundred party on thn !5d.
I her guests numbering twenty.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall are entertain.
lng Miss Marjorie Clifford, of St. Paul,
The Christian Endeavor SneUrv nf
I Baptist Church, cave a Genre-n IVa.h-
Ilngton social evening Tuesday, presenting
! kftch '" costume, "The Loyal Quaker-
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ravmonil TTnnvc r
'entertaining Mrs. Hoover's mother, Mr.
C. Allen Snyder, of SnVnoaa, low. -f
xn cnoir uttuo. ox the Church or oar
Saviour, mat oa Monday srrstunc at the,
home of Ibt Emma M. Edmunds. Attar
business meeting, a social evening waa
enjoyed. Mr. Keting la at the head of tha
Mrs. Barry Zollinger, of Baltimore, baa
returned to bar home, attar a visit to
Mrs. Arthur William. Mrs. Zollinger
waa extensively aDUrtaSnad during her
stay in woouana.
Mrs. Horace M. Woodward waa hosts
at a luncheon on Wednesday in compli
ment to Miss Helen Cassldy, of Elmlra.
N. T, wba Is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Frank Bhuckers.
Mr. and Mrs. James F. McHugh will
have aa their guests for this week their
son. Mr. Frank McHugh. and Mr. Car
roll Coyne, of Wilmington. DeL Mr.
Martin McHugh has returned from a
Southern business trip.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. Towner will
entertain during the Inauguration Mr.
Frank Kunts and Mr. Bernard Kuntz,
of New York.
Dr. and Mrs. Towner were hosts last
evening at a very novel and ejoyabla
Inauguration party. There were ten
tables, different games being played.
Each table represented one of the stops
made by the suffragists on their march
from New York to Washington. The
decorations were In red, white, and blue.
Mrs. G. L. Whltford will entertain dur
ing the inauguration Miss Josephine Fus
selbaugh and Mrs. David Street, of Baltimore.
Mrs. E. Nesblt Wright has as her house
guest Mrs. Charles Stevens, of New
Brunswick, N. J., and Mr, and Mrs,
George L. Xrwm. of Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore TTHer will enter
tain Mr. and Mrs. Howell Cobb Irwin, of
Atlanta, Oa.; Miss Jerrtne Patterson, of
Virginia, and State Senator L. F. Patter
son, of Georgia.
Miss Jeanette Richards rave v most
Interesting talk in the Library wll on
ourtrage. Wednesday evening.
Mrs. E. Nesblt Wright has sent out
invitations for bridge on Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace C. Chandlee are
In Ottawa, Canada, for a visit.
Paymaster and Mrs. David V. Chad-
wick are the guests of Mrs. Cbadwlck's
brother-in-law and sister. Dr. and Mrs.
D. O. Davis. Paymaster Chadwlck has
been detached from duty at the Norfolk
Yard, and ordered to the department
RepresentaUve Charles Carter has re
turned from a trip to Oklahoma.
Miss Ellen Connell. of Oakland. Md.,
will be the house guest of Mrs. D. G.
Davis for tho Inauguration.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Preston Shealey
entertained the past week for Mrs. James
Oscar Preston, of Baltimore, who has
Just returned from Palm Beach, Fla.
Mrs. E H. Dyer has aa her house guest
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grimes and two sons,
from Catersville, Md.
Miss Mildred Leavell will have Miss
Frances Sublctt, of Warrenton. Va., as
her house guest for two weeks.
Mrs. G. W. Harris was hostess on
Wednesday afternoon at a Japanese
luncheon followed by cards. Covers
were laid for forty guests. The deco
rations were all Japanese coloring. The
place cards, tallies, and the Ices were
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kugle left the
middle of February for a trip around
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Dutton have
cards out for the evening of March 14.
Miss E. Sanderson, of Camden, N. J,
is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. Post.
There will be a benefit performance
at the Belaaco Theater Monday even
ing. March 10, by the ladles of the
Florence Crlttenton Circle. The ob
ject of this benefit will be to raise
funds to purchase a country home for
mothers nnd babies.
Mrs. Ralph Barnard has as her
guest Miss Ruth Noyes. of Philadel
Dr. and Mrs. James A. Emery will
entertain during the inauguration Mr.
and Mrs. Horace Burrough. of Roland
Dr. and Mrs. Emery will entertain at
tea this evening In compliment to Miss
Lillian Gedney, of New York.
Mrs. Ralph Barnard gave a bridge
luncheon last Wednesday in compliment
to Mrs. Edgar D. Crumpackcr, of In
diana. Mrs. Barnard s guests wero Mrs.
Townsend. wife of Senator Townsend
Mrs Taylor, wife of Representative Tay
lor: Mrs. Roberts, wife of Represcntativ
Roberts: Mrs. Vrceland, wife of Repre
sentaUve Vreeland; Mrs. Beth Sherard.
Mrs. Stafford. Mrs. Fred Dennett. Mrs.
Kendall. Mrs. Brick. Mrs. Gannett. Mrs.
Grandln, Mrs. Edson, Mrs. Guy Johnson,
Mrs. James Emery, Mrs. Henry Mann,
Mrs. Whitman Cross. Miss Donn. Miss
Rulh Noyes, Mrs. Barnard's house guest.
and Miss Flora McGlll. Mrs. Barnard's
Dr. William Hamilton has returned from
a trip to New York.
The regular meeting of tho Chevy
Chase Chapter or the Young Men s Chris
tian Association will be postponed, as It
comes on March 4. Notlco of the time of
meeting will be given later.
Miss Nettle Snowden, of Glenwood.
Howard County, is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Snowden at their home, Bir
Miss Louise Mattlngly, of Washington.
was the guest during the week of Mrs.
Julius Snowden at her home, Birmingham.
Miss Iota Stanley, of Washington. Is
the guest of her brother, Charles H.
Mrs. A. B. Frothlngham visited In
Washington during the week.
The Rev. William Bird, who has ac
cepted a call to the Presbyterian Church.
has moved here with his family and Is
residing in the houso formerly occupied
by the Rev. Mr. Edge.
Miss Pollock, of BalUmore, has been
the guest of Mrs. H. A. Block.
Mrs. Mary Bell Is the guest of Mrs. M.
Miss Laura Shacffer has been visiting
friends in Washington.
Miss Nellie Carter, who has been spend
ing the winter with Mrs. Curtis, has been
visiting In BalUmore.
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Mrs. George Pryor Anderton entertain
ed the members of the Musical Art Club
at her home In Braddock, Alexandria
County, Wednesday evening last. A mu
sical and literary programme given In
cluded: Chorus by girl followed by
chorus by men: duet by Mrs. Lewis II.
Mnchen and Miss Alice Anderton: vocal
solus, Mrs. Machen, Miss Anderton, Miss
Dorsey Ashton, Messrs. Stanley Blanton,
Julian T. Burke, jr., and Julian Rob
erts, Jr; instrumental selections were
played by Misses Christina Kemner.
Esther Burke. Lola Ashton. Ruth Rob
erts, Katherlne Waller: selections on
guitar and mandolin. Miss Anderson and
Mr. George Anderton.
Those present were: Mrs. George P.
Anderton, Mrs. Samuel L. Monroe, Mrs.
Lewis II. Machen. Misses Dorsey Ash
ton, Esther Burke, Alice Anderton, Ruth
Roberts, Christina Kemper. Lola Ash
ton. Katherlne Waller, Messrs. George
Anderton. Stanley Blanton. James Sid
ney Douglas, Jr., Julian T. Burke, Jr.,
iuiam urooiie, James x. KODerts. Jr.
the rectory of Grace Episcopal Church
by Rev. Edgar Carpenter, rector. A re
ef ptlon followed the ceremony at the
hemo of the couple. 11QS King street.
The next meeting of the girls' section
of the club will be held Thursday night
nt the home of Misses Dorsey and Lola
In observance of the twenty-fifth an
niversary of their marriage. Rev. Dr.
and Mrs. John Lee Allison held a re
ception at the manse of the Second Pres
byterian Church Friday evening from 5
until 7 o'clock. The affair was largely
A reception took place Thursday even
ing last at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Hellmuth In honor of their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
William E. Hellmuth, of Colorado
Sprlngr, Colo. During the evening there
were songs and Instrumental music, and
afterward refreshments were served.
Miss Margaret Black, of Woodbine. Md..
who has been visiting the Misses Poole
In Washington, was the guest Thursday
of Miss Mary Phillips, In South Wash
ington Street, after which she left for her
Miss Edith Owens, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Wlllam Owens, of U0 Duke Street.
and Mr. Robert Dawson, were married
Miss Osceola F. Hamerslev. daushter
of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Mameralrv.
and Mr. James Stafford, of Washington, t Thundar nla-ht last at the namnnnc-. nf
wero married Wednesday evening last at the First Bsptlst Church. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. Dr. W. F. Wat
Mrs. Herbert Oliver Is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. William Unduch, in Baltimore.
Mr. S. Magruder Dent during the week
was the guest of his aunt. Mrs. Eva G.
Muchback, after which he left for Flor
ida where ho wjll spend the month of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rose will be at
home to-morrow from 7 until 10 o'clock
in tne evening in honor or the marriage
of their daughter, Ida, to Benjamin
Mr. Victor Emerson spent a few days
on a visit in .Manassas during the week.
Mr. E. G. Heflln, of Fredericksburg.
Va.. was a visitor in this city during the
Miss Irene Demary. of Haymarket. Va..
is visiting at tho home of her uncle andH
aunt, iir. and Mrs. James H. Hulflsh,
in North Washington Street.
Miss Lucille Massey, of Richmond, who
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. William
S. Connelly in the Fairfax apartments,
has returned to her home.
Members of the Jolly Euchre Club
were entertained Monday evening last
by Mrs. Julius Wolf at her home. 104
King Street. Guests attending were Mrs.
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