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Games and (
Informal Picnics and
ing Beach A
OUTDOOR life in Washing
tive by several events, s
tween the Cuban and Am
parties at Dean place?tl
Women's Foundation, while yest<
held sway there. There were
parties, while the Potomac Park s
orama of motorists who were ah
ticularly interesting spots in tha
lomats and official and resident
a glimpse of the overcrowded p
by side with the less fortunate.
THE President and Mrs. Hardir
the week, notwithstanding tl
tics and finance as guests, but p
tained was Warren Pershing, the
luncheon with them on his birthd;
father. Senator Francis EL Warr
also develops, too. that Mrs. Hard
House, cares but little for auto
oestination ahead, such as Valle
ginia. She scares most for her about
the winding paths of the so
planning to have the breakfasts a
served on the western terrace.
Friday was not the first time
the niler of a great country, for
attd Queen ot tngiana?yueen w
and with the King and Queen of
and is much at home in any sun
generally falls to the lot of a yo
France while the general was en;
and both men and women took i
Queen Mary in the royal box to <
vja: signed, and he paid far more ;
itV fLY a few things of larger m<
Ng? the most important of tomori
Nhyy Club in the evening for the
hjjr y and Mrs. Denby, when the
nig it Dr. Sze will entertain at
fro n China, and the week will ei
lamatic contingent leaving Wash
The ambassador of Great Bi
Mich., where he will deliver an
Princess Bibesco will go to Hy
Franklin Roosevelt, and many of
? week end house parties in variot
Washington will not only have
the fourth, but they will remain
sional trips away. Such potentat
owns beautiful Single Oak; Sei
I? - n.v.linH Par
cnarinjng uumt m v,.v . ?
has the whole of Rock Creek Pai
It was shortly before Mrs.
week or two ago that a friend, fo
ways, stopped at their home on
the bridge. It was Sunday morn
stop in for breakfast. This visit
more delightful visit. There ws
give a view of the park, and the
broidered in blue birds, while th<
ful carriers of joy as a decoratfo
and there were dainty things to
hostess. And all so early in thi
this family the guest remarked
trained servants, a maid of many
cause they have not such a mist
Ex-President and Mrs.
Wilson Attend Keitl
Former President Wilson and M
Wilson, accompanied by Mr. Ba
bridge Colby and Mr. John Rando!
Boiling, attended B. F. Keith's Tl
ater last evening. The reception
Mr. Wilson and his party was
moat enthusiastic ever given him
ah audience at Keith's.
To Have Been Brok
Word has been received here tl
Col. and Mrs. Henry Huddlesl
Rogers have sent cablegrams fr
Europe to some of their intlmi
friends lnforrplng them that the i
gagement of ' their daughter, M
Milllcent Rogers, to Mr. James
Thompson of New Tork has tx
TM announcement or the enn
meat was made known last Aug
at Southampton. U t. and -was
apaotal Interest here, where M
Regtn aad her parents lived foi
time during the war. CoL and h
Rogers are now In Ijondon, wh
they expect to spend four or <
weeks aad where-they will be joii
shortly by their son. Henry Hudd
ston Rogers, jr.. who Is still a stud'
IB ft .preparatory school
Society Enjoys I
jors With Polo 1
Garden Parties I?
River Parties Lure During A
ac Park Popular?Bath- ]
Visited by Many. Society
E V. II. riCKETT.
;ton last week was made doubly attraeuch
as the two championship bouts be- }Yfanv y
lerican polo teams, two charming garden . ,
tat of Thursday afternoon, given by the lng thi
:rday the National Women's Press Club SutniT
informal picnic parties, too, and river
ipeedway presented an ever moving pan- Vjlime
ways sure of a breeze. One of the par- Mr- and ;
t vicinity is the bathing beach, and dip- !??ndtI]5 ,u
? . , They had
society folk all drive that way to catch at the shc
ools, where little aristocrats bathe side man Prtdg
???? and Mrs. I
' ? a nntnh?r evf fim*c rttirinff anartmenf
he heat, having important men in poii- of this we
erhaps the proudest visitor they enteryoung
son of Gen. Pershing, who took Mrs. Ter
ay anniversary, his father and his grand- to Boston,
en, sharing honors with him. The fact mother. Mi
ling, unlike her predecessors in the White Mrs. Wend
mobile trips unless she has a positive mer home,
y Forge, or the McLean place in Vir- Mrs. Wem
walks on the White House terraces or conclusion
uth front lawn?and, too, it is said she is
nd dinners for herself and the President M*J. Get
Warren Pershing has been the guest of daughter,
he has met and visited with the King
.ary showed a great fondness for him? command o
the Belgians and other crowned heads with headi
ounding, being more of a traveler than _
nth of his age. He joined his father in herTttties
joying the results of his great triumphs, jr.. left las
jarticular interest in him. He sat with where the
see the troops go by after the armistice
attention to the soldiers than to her. p
iment are on the calendar for this week. Miss A. H
row being the reception at the Army and nyhave V
Secretary of War. the Secretary of the the sutrune
club members will be hosts. Tuesday will Join t
dinner for some visitors of distinction Bw'wL'
id by almost the entire official and dip- and Mrs. J
ington to remain over July 4. St. Regis,
-itain will spend July 4 in Ann Harbor, . ,
address; the minister of Rumania and their child
Port- V V tn, visit Mr and Mrs. Whit* Sul
the younger diplomats are engaging for have taken
is places outside the capital. However, Mr> and
a splendid contingent of officials over gone* to N<
until Congress closes, taking only occa- the Muene:
;es as Senator Phipps of Colorado, who Mrs> Ro,
riator Norris of Nebraska, who has a Lieut. Dart
k, or Senator Reed Smoot of Utah, who daughter
rk for his front yard, need not worry. parents, M:
smoot left for her home in the west a nue. Mra
nd of an early stroll along shaded high- to Join I
Connecticut avenue, just at the Ind of Beach. Oon
iryj, and Mrs. Smoot asked her caller to a cottage I
or avowed that never had she m^gle a Mrs. Geor
ls the breakfast table so placed as to returned <
table laid in the daintiest of linen ems
breakfast china had the same delight- for a few
n. There was a blue posy on the table Prance in
eat, and, above all. a gracious host and among tub
e morning, too. When in the heart of Mr. and
'* A ~1?? eaorfoMlW laawa TPom
llldl sue IldU Utvci Stwu JUV.II |/V? IW?V *v?? V
years' service responded: "That is be- "JiLt0"1 1
ress to train them." . '!
Mrs. S. S. DaisH and Party jipc^ who
j'8 Sail for Tour of Europe ??2! Va*.
[ra Mrs. S. S. Daiah of l?th street and mlt^'The
In- bar grandson, Mr. John T. Lokerson, erlne K. Cc
Iph sailed from New York yesterday on recently a.
-1*" board the Olympic to spend several ' Ml
th? months in touring Europe. Mrs. Car- Mr. and
by rie D. Scott of 6th street northeast 5J?|7 M,a
accompanied them. v
Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. .Ockershausen Ji?tant^ttl
and their children left Wednesday it Wajdmi
for their cottage at Asbury Park, N. been In Eu
J., where they will remain until the Mies Louis
? -tumn. jStfTSS
ton late Mr. J.
om Mra H. E. McGhan and Miss Ger- .
ate trude McGhan of Jacksonville, Fla. stony MSt
who came to Washington to attend where she
las the Halloran-Zlmmerman wedding In H. Judd at
M Hyattsvilie, last evening, are the
guests, while here, of Mr. and Mrs. Mra Hen
ten Leo V. Gloriua in Brook land, D. C. by her net
?- gone to
_ Miss Nina Gluekstein is the guest Of through th
?" Mies Lina Metsger at the Nevada mer before
ust Apartments while in Atlantic City. New York
? M ?? vidtluv hi
csr? MfiS. HOVAR-P C. Knotty 1
ifivefjy MiM. CKAt-loiie Sietlitt?,,
^eddin-g, wxs a. notable evetut y&S
As Heat Arrives Cabinei
/ashingtonians Leav- Japanese Diet to
5 City Daily for Their i i r?
it . ~ 1 cials and Ke
icr Homes in (Jooler
Mrs. Edward Li Doheny are ~
>e week end in New York. '"be ambassador of Jap;
as their quests last week Shidehara. will entertain
ireham Mr and Mrs. Nor- at dinner this evening; at
e of Los Angeles, who ac- baasy iB honor of.the nine
them to New York. Mr. ?' the Japanese diet who
)oheny will return to their Washington this afternoon
at the Shoreham the first The secretary of State. M
ek* Evans Hughes, will enterta
. ? .... ner Thursday night for I
1 Eyck W endell has gone . ... . ,
where she is visiting her '?r1lner i lt? t0"T
s. Edward Foote. Mr. and Chln*"
ell have opened their sum- ?f *he ""
at Casenovia, N. Y.. where Dr Chien a otBer8 " 81
iell will Join him at the The ambassador of Ital]
of her Boston visit Rieei, and Signor Vittorii
? secretary of the embassy.
. ?nH Mrs wiiiixm u. in New York this week afl
?. and Mrs. William Ma- , several weeks at varit
it accompanied by their ln New York state. The;
Miss Marjorie Wright left pected back at the emba
n yesterday for San Fran- juiv 1
re Gen. Wright wjll take *
f the 9th Army Corps area, Mrs. Henry C. Wallace, w
luarters In San Francisco, secretary of Agriculture.
?I , _ . ... about July 1 for her horn
ijamln Soule Gantz, with Moines, Iowa, where she
ion, Benjamin Soule Gantz, her daughters. Miss Ruth
t evening for Norfolk. Va.. and Miss Mary Wallace, ret
y will Join Lieut Gantz. Washington in September.
who has been ordered to
ads for duty. Mrs. Hoover, wife of the
~?~ , . . . . of Commerce, will return
rles H. Heyl. his sisters. part of the week from <
. Heyl and Miss Mary H. where she has been maklr
other members of his famone
to Deer Park. Md., for ??
r. Miss Delphine Heyl. who MJ"?. Reed Smoot wife t
hem later in the summer, Smoot of Utah, has gone
In Washington as the guest home at Provo, Utah. Sena
ther-in-law and sister. Mr. t8 at their home on Connec
oseph C. H. Colquitt at the nu?.
_ Mrs. Joseph I. France,
Mrs. Edward H. Alsop and Senator France of Maryland
ren will leave Tuesday for summer home, in Cecil coi
phur Springs, where they p0rt Deposit, Md.. where
. a cottage for the summer, have as her guests her brotl
?? . and sister. Col. and Mrs. B
Mrs. Edson Bradley have bury wh0 will remain with
ewpcrt where they are at the return of Senator Fn
hlnger-King. Europe the latter part of
how <r n.TT.. wife of Mrs. France will make
ttTo S " W rmnii motor trips to Washington <
?w.U. & N,. withher small,nnInm?_ ^ming over to s
rTSS'JUk SahV.r'i?r weeKlysiuncheon-. given by
r home, on Connecticut ave- of tl>? Senate.
c?.0/ ? The minister of Portugal
i ?Walfi d'Alte, plans to spend the gr
TCl ?* J, leased of the Bummer ln Bar Hj
Tor the summer. wln ,eBve ab01lt juiy L
The minister of" Norw
a Bryn and their daughters
^eno*? Mm* early in July for Stony N
J?ek* She will return to ""fflSLXfc. ThTSnSXr11
July to resume her work cottage for the summer.
ercular soldiers. The minister of Poland an
Mi* Sidney Graves win
hlngton in July and will *?av? 'bout July 1 for New]
few York July IS fo? Eu- iff, wTfhi__Til? IftI
iend the remainder of the return to Washington aft?
dr?. Graves was formerly "tay h's family, and 'J1
Roosevelt here will be kept open t
the summer months.
lrioe Gardner Holme* U. S. _. . . _ .
| has been on duty at the The minister of NIcaragus
rating base at Hampton Cesar will sail from New 1
has been transferred to 7 Fra"ce- w.her%,ihejr
Va., where he is now on 5?me f).me ln Parlfengagement
of Miss Kath- fr? Nicaragua, Senor Chan
istello to Capt. Holmes was will succeed Senor Cesar, h
nnounoed by her parents, !? Washington and is at
r* John F. Costello. ^^01.1,^ has DOt "
^pEaytend ' V?L 'for 'a The commerci^TTTtache
uunp, asyianu, vs.. ror a ot the Netherlands,
Andreae, who has been oi
D. Ooff. wife of the as- visit to his .home in Holla
>rney general, has returned Pected back at the legati
id and joined her husband July
in Park Inn. Mrs. Ooff has .
rope visiting her daughter. fcThe minister *
te^Tstrfcts of France" with Dr Narelio GTra!
Morgan, daughter of the Ne^Torl?gt?a
Pierpont Morgan. visit to Now York.
i. u.?h.n t... The charge d'affaires of
VJSftT . . *?n? to and Mrs. R. C. Dlai. accom
i Camp, at Skyland. Va.. thelr uttle daughter Cart
'? Mrs George ^ne to New Tork, from w
Trlat-Wlth-the-Wlnds. go to the CatskiU mot
ry W Walker, accompanied genorita Ramona E. Lefe
Ice, Miss Emiy Parka, has
Atlantic City to remain
e greater part of the sum- family will pass the at
i returning to her home In Spring take. N. J? where
Mrs. Walker has been taken the Fanning cottage.
ir slater, Mrs. Frederic R.
sr home, at? Heaketh street, u!ll Mary Frederick will
* house party July 4 at h<
?. JlSSi J? Ballin^ Amonr the rue.
tor the rantlsdtr of the I Mill Kitherlni Robluon, 2
Mine Naeh, - Mr. Blaine Ma
' I A! van C. Sandeford, Ml). Sll
Mfs. David Lawrence and Ma). Haymond Lee.
: & . ' /
Mrs. Luthee. C. J'ET
whose. A t?ricLc of Juite "wito
terctxj: M.isJ Haria-rcl/ Bruce 1
of Diplomatic, L?nf?c
t and Social Life Caui
Be Given Dinner Parties?*
sidents Start Migration to Postp
Cooler Haunts. Despi
an, Baron of the charge d'affaires of the legainformally
tl.on Panama, will sail for Panama. LONDON
.ho y'a Norfolk, July I. and. after a visit bemoaning
the em- to relatives, will sail from Panama season. 1
members for Europe with her aunt. Mrs, Lewis. Darby 8ho
will reach to ?Pend the summer in Europe, re- approachii
win reacn turning. to Washington in the autumrt. Spread eS.
Miss Ailsa Mellon, daughter of the Sres^che-c
Ir. Charles Secretary of the Treasury, will re- yUr Sfiid
in at din- turn Tuesday from Pittsburgh and recall ans
dr. Chien, will leave the latter part of the week, uuie privi
_ , . with the Secretary, for Hot Springs. ?j0 Jooiel
affairs of Va? where they have taken a cottage town Sho
. Dr. faxe: lor July and August. many eoci
impanying .... L#ondon ei
The third secretary of the Jap- 0,tests.
anese embassy. Mr. Shu Tomii, will the
return from the far west the latter h,,
r. Senator part of this week. Mr. Tomii is i7il .IS
5 Falorsi, spending this week end in Van- -li?
have been couver. ThISt' alter
>us points The charge d'affaires of the Swed- ' ?HL,.nrt *
f are ex- ish legation, Mr. de Lagerberg. will f,
ssy about return the first of this week from !A"h
Stony Man camp, at Skyland, Va. "a.X.?
Mr. de Lagerberg was accompanied
rife of the to Skyland by Master Bror Adamson f?
will leave and Master Harry Adamson. n.ffSA.,
>e. in Des _? Dressmal
will join Countess Bonde. wife of the milli
Wallace tary attache of the Swedish legation.
lurning to who returned to her home in Sweden
in the early spring, has gone to
France for the summer. She will be . c.norts v
Secretary joined In the autumn by Count Bonde, *** A* ?
the latter who expects to return to his home r ,.
California. jn Sweden at the end of the summer. lnf "J?
ig a brief colors are
Representative and Mrs. Zebulon '
? _ Weaver will leave their Washington J"?" *ltn
it Senator home about the middle of July and ta?ie6'
to their wln go to Aaheville. N. C., Mrs. The only
tor Smoot Weaver remaining for the rest of conferred
ticut ave- the summer and Mr. Weaver making ?* smoke
erloito Kafwaon AciKaVtlla ClOflLrneSB
UX\|UCIIL floiio WV?nc?? - . r . .
and Washington. Miss Hannah prising Le
i il .? Weaver will leave the middle of July In* views
for Atlantic Beaah. Fla., to visit of which I
ho %^fii Miss Agnes Holt, whose winter home Public 1
is at Jacksonville. Fla. greatly, a
tier-in-law . statistics.
? Latt'" Mr. and Mrs. Lars Anderson closed ishing dec
i ner until their residence on Massachusetts monary c?
ince from avenue Friday and left for Weld, have gone
July- their summer home at Brookline, cent, comt
frequent Mass. Dr. John
luring the visory con
ittend the Rear Admiral and Mrs. Edward W. office on a
the ladies Eberle are leaving Washington to- ...thnrit-v
day for New York and will be at the _-w ,
Vanderbllt Hotel until Thursday. ron attai
, Viscount when they will leave for San Fran- tions at 11
eater part ctsco. where the admiral assumes
arbor and command of the Pacific fleet | *"
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noyes will leave Marine
ay, Mme. Washington Monday morning, motor- poi
will leave ing to their summer home at Grind- vxai
Ian Camp, stone. Winter Harbor, Me. A pictui
ave taken was the II
Mr. and Mrs. Henry White have in the ga
opened their home. Elm Court, at Friday af
d Princess Lenox. Mass., for the summer. Mr. there and
Idren, will and Mrs. White recently returned and Mra
port, R. i, from a short trip abroad. concert b;
!rStar brief Mrs. Graftoii Mlnot^wlll close her S???n.th?
e legation' Home on a siren iUuV
hroughout Prides Crossing with her children, where .V1?
they will spend the summer. setts avei
tandMme. Mme. Hauge has closed her house dence to
fork July ?n Massachusetts avenue and started "tany for
will spend for California, where she will spend Rrowth c
v minister the summer. Plants. Tl
lorro, who ? down on
as arrived William Kearny Carr will leave features o
Wardman ^'day for AUantlc City, where she delighted
Burned his will make a short stay before going Voice of t
farther north for the remainder of up into t]
* . the summer. his respoi
of the le- ^ _ - served. MI
Dr. D. H. Mr. Ralph J. Totten. consul general ess of th<
a a short*** In Europe, sailed yesterday of the aft
nd. Is ex- from New York for England and the lisle, pres
ion about continent. rectors! a
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Shepard, S?
fairs and wJth their daughter. Miss Alice Shep- the truest!
lion from ard, will leave tomorrow to motor to '
t. has re- their summer home, in Jamestown, R.
n a brief I., where they will spend the re^ ck>
mainder of the season. . Honduras
Mrs. Lucien A. Clarke has returned
panled by to her home, 1870 Wyoming avenue IT
nen have after being a member of a large house IIOS
here they party entertained 'for two weeks by Mr. and
intalns. Mrs. Samuel A. Kendall, wife of Rep- hosts late
tentative Kendall, at their home, at their beau
vre, sister' Meyersdaie, Fa. i"? "l1OIn
SS."?? Mr.. Lillian Hendrick.
Vjt , r ur daughters
Matron ox Honor young lad
. . . ton: the I
entertain Mrs. Lillian Hendricks was matron and the ii
"'nhonS? ot hoBor Wednesday afternoon for th? ^lealo
>atrick K. Mi?s Marjorie E. Woodhouse, daugh- in thelr r
its will be ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo E. Wood- weather
diss Caro- house, at her marriage to Mr. Fred- served on
lion. HaJ. ericic W. Proctor. The ceremony was wilt be m
npson snd performed lrt the summer home of the the distih
bride's parents, at East Hampton, L. 1. tiala
I # </ / a rUB^ln
vt -^ */ ea-rly J
YJaSSs, K.i-35. He J
^ Miss Helen Anna Zimm<
*W* w V. Halloran?Othei
Loott-e^ During 1
, _ Official and resident society of th?
Q Social Season capital was brilliantly represented aJ
, . _ .. the marriage yesterday afternoon ir
complete Failure, St. Margaret's Episcopal Church ol
- I ? - ? . . Miss Charlotte Ann Sterling, daughsea
by CiOal Crisis ter of Mrs. John A. Sterling, to Mr
Howard Clayton Knotts of Spring
field, I1L Standards of white fielc
4oney Keeps Debu- flowers intermingled with palms ant
" ferns adorned the chancel and aisles
s at Home?Courts of the church and a string: orchestrt
j Yif 1 played a well arranged program o:
ioned ? Merchants nuptiai mnsic.
erate but Evervbodv The c?remony waa performed bj
erate, DUt XiVeryDOay the Rev !>,. Herbert Scot'
Jalthier. Smith and the ring service was used
The bride, who was escorted ant
f thenfailurro"the1^ndon *iven ??"?? *r her uncla Senrhe
week preceding the ator Thomas Sterling of South Dauld
have seen social gayety kota, wore a gown of cream white
lg its height. but the 'wide- satju with, seed pearl garniture, and
sets of the coal crisis have bar ve,(i 0j princess lace and tull<
iP1rj?e .J^ou?- 1 was held with a coronet of orang?
iuJed for this time of the bIosgoms. a bridal bouquet of orange
old stagers find it hard to biossoms and lilies of the valley wai
r similar period when so
ite entertaining was done Miss Dorothy Tates of Ulinois. thi
iy debutantes are coming to maid 0f honor, wore pink and laven
rtage of money has caused der cbjfron with a pink garden ha
ety folk to cancel all their and oan-jed a shower bouquet of pin!
igagements and to spend and lavender sweet peas. The brides
;r as cheaply as possible in maids- msg RUth Thurston, Misi
ry. By the kings desire. Dorothy Heintzleman of Fort Sheri
ro been postponed and ho- da_ ln . ^gg Eleanor Anthony
theaters are reporting daughter of Representative and Mrs
. . Anthony of Kansas, and Miss Henriet
e a number of overseas vis- la Tupper of Atlanta, Ga, wore lovelj
ondon, but "not enough to in their gowns of rose pink chiffon
?ne taa"^ser' Put Wjtj, pink picture hats, and they car
P8 it not for the Americans rjed pouquets of pink roses and blui
come over for the polo Ja7?Enur
2? .Wh?sha^.^UIe?,?M h! Mr. Howard Burdick of New TorV
de In the season would be was tba best man and tbe ushers in
o?i ?.n . eluded Mr. Frank H. Sterling and Mr
kers. tailors and entertain- Horace N. Sterling, brothers of lh<
ers are doing next to noth- brjde. Capt_ Horace N. Heisen and Mr
PL "t! George Wise of this city. A receptioi
industrial unrest makes it f0nowed immediately in the apart
to see a month ahead. ment of the bride-8 mother, at Ward
iere made to make the Hen- man HoteJ when the bride an<
I a social success. _ Henley is brjdegrroom were assisted in receivtnf
gay dress pag?nt. Accord- by Mrs sterling, mother of the bride
fashion papeis, the modish who wore pearJ gray crepe with i
w. tr7m '"Se orchid color hat.
designs and with hats trim- Mr and Mrs Knotts ]eft latcr f0:
wreaths of imitation vege- thejr weddinK trip to Long Island am
. . . , iy h__ the Berkshire Hills and they will tx
uponEondon^^[h?absence ?? Springfield after Au
The ont-of-town guests include!
a^iienver' District Attorney and Mrs. Knotts o
1 ef theTr Sty tht exi*en? Springfield. 111., parents of the bride
J....eeefS groOm; ex-Gov. and Mrs. William A
hirfefit^d wre MacCorkle of Charleston, W. Va.
eriVdine^o offldti lMtith cousin;i of Mrs. Sterling; Col. and Mrs
haTteen ?n irtnn- Frank ^ Smith ?f Illinois. Mr. Joht
o ^nd^nid Leech of New York. Mr. William R
Msei Corwine of New York. Miss Lucil,
%o ne? Sfia-in of Fiirmont. Va; Col. and Mrs
P Daniel H. Gienty of Chicago. Col. an.
Towens rtTf of the ad- Mrs. George Tyner. Mrs. Tyner-Bris
imittel 2/^'the meterologira.1 to1- Mis8 N?na Sebring of Scbring
tm^heric iKtto? ???l ?vhio?_ ?'her i5cL"<??<
fr,_ Ruvine tha.t London's air Lne ?P?aKer ana wir*. uuituc, oenaiui
*Mhtd a Durity never be- and Mrs. Foindextcr. Senator and Mrs
^ ?,e.r m?Lra fflnsS- R&nsdell, Senator and Mrs. Trammell
ned under modern condl- Senator FernaId, eot-Gov. and Mrs
1 Yates, Representative and Mrs. Jamei
* ? R. Mann, Representative and Mrs
R 1 f , William A. Rodenberg, Represents..
Dana VjOncert III tive and Mrs. Ernest Ackerman, Rep
.J__ ,1 Tvwila*? Home resentative and Mrs. Harry C. Wood
raen at laOUiae Home yard Representative Joseph Cannon
-esque and delightful event Miss Cannon. Gen. and Miss Sherwood
darine Band concert, given Representative and Mrs. Pumell, Rep
xden at the Louise Home resentative and Mrs. Ramsyer, Rep
ternoon, for the residents resentative and Mrs. Chandler. Rep
their guests. MaJ. Gen. resentative and Mrs. Osborne, Repre
Lejenne arranged for the sentative and Mrs. Frank Funk. Rep
y the band, the musicians resentative Stephen G. Porter ant
particular guests of the oc- Miss T-nc.v Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Johr
Adair, Representative and Mrs. Clar
den, running on Massachu- ence Lea, Representative and Mrs
r?ue and 16th street, rolls Claude Kitchen, Representative an<
wn from the massive resi- Mrs. Mondell, Mr. and Mrs. Arthui
the street, and in it are gears Henning. Gen. and Mrs. Mitch
est trees and a splendid ell. Col. and Mrs. Vidmer, Col. an<
if flowering shrubs and Mrs. Wood, Col. and Mrs. Kendrick
le band was stationed lower Maj. Scanlon. Capt. Harrison. Capt
the lawn and one of the Redfleld. Lieut. Stephens. Capt. Doug
f the program which most las, Mrs. John A. Logan and Mrs
the guests, was "The Tucker
he AIds," the bugler going
he clump of trees to play A color scheme of white and greer
lse to the call. Tea was was carried out at the wedding o:
ss Mary J. Williams, host- Miss Helen Anna Zimmerman, daugh
e home, doing the honors ter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Zimmer
srnoon. Mrs. Calderon Car- man, and Mr. Matthew V. Halloran
ldent of the board of di- which took place last evening at '
nd Mr. and Mrs. 'William o'clock in St. Jerome's Church
Hill, the former president Hyattsville. Md.
rd of trustees, were among The ceremony was performed by thi
i- Rev. Father A. J. Carey in the pres
cert tea was from 6 to 7 ence of a large gathering of relative!
and friends, and a well arranget
musical program was given durlni
v TTi the seating of the guests.
1 Mrs. Louis ilertle The bride, who was escorted by hei
/II fx father, wore a lovely gown of sof:
ts to Ithinese Vjuests white satin, the square cut bodici
Mrs. Louis Hertle will be outlined with pearls and a yestee o:
i today at Gunston HaJl, P*arl embroidery. Her long tulle vei
tiful Virginia estate down becomingly arranged, with i
iac. entertaining at tea tor bandeau of pearls caught at eithei
, former minister of for- Blde with tiny clusters of orang<
s of China, on a special mis- blossoms, and she carried a sho.wei
s country; his three daugh- bouquet of bride roses, orchids an<
Ten and two schoolgirl lilies of the valley,
who are students at a Miss Mary V. Zimmerman, sistei
-? Tir?ui? r\f th? bride, wu the maid of honoi
ninlater of China, Dr. Sze. and.the bridesmaids were Mies Marl)
iterpreter who accompanies Halloran, sister of the bridegroom
n. and his cousin. Miss Mary Beadle
oens of Onnston Hall are They wore picturesque gowns of sheei
rime just now and if the orchid organdy, made very bouffant
permits supper will be with frills on the flchus, which out'
the terraced lawn. There lined the decollette bodices and seal'
a other guests aside front loped ruffles on the skirts, from th<
guished company of oeles- waist line to the hem.
They wore large picture hats t<
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s match their gowns. and carried bout
quetB of pink roses
Capt. Edward R Hailoran, U. S. A .
' brother of the bridegroom acted as
f best man and the ushers were Mr.
. William Mills Thompson and Mr. Edward
Ashton Fuller jr. The flower
girl. Madeline Hailoran. daughter of
Mr. John A. Hailoran and cousin of
1 the bridegroom, wore a charming
j frock of buff organdy with hat to
match, trimmed with streamers and
3 organdy flowers. A reception for the
i relatives and intimate flriends folf
lowed at the home of the bride's
parents, where a floral decoration of
white field flowers and roses was fa
* place in the various rooms. The bridal
I couple were assisted in receiving by ,
Mrs. Zimmerman, mother of the bride,
who wore a gown of black satin and
I lace, with a corsage bouquet of pink
. sweet peas, and Mrs. Hailoran. mother
of the bridegroom, who was in brown
Mr. and Mrs. Hailoran left later for
I an extended northern trip, the latter
> traveling in a blue trieotine suit with
: a hat of blue to match. A number of
; charming hospitalities were given
i during the week for the bride-elect.
Mrs. E. F. Beadle and Miss Mary
Beadle entertaining at a supper and
. ! shower WednecHa*. ...
I Thursday a dinner party was given
t for the bride and bridegroom.
5 A profusion of roses, snapdragons
and other summer flowers formed a
picturesque setting for the marriage
of Miss Dorothy K. McCauley. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McCauley.
' and Mr. Joseph A. Marr. which took
place lasr evening at 6 o'clock, in the
' home of the bride at the Farnsboro
- apartment, the Rev. J. T. Coen of <
St. Paul's Church, officiating.
' The bride wore a gown of whit#
' bridal satin, embroidered in crystal^
with a long court train of satin.
- Her fulle veil was becomingly arranged
with a coronet of duchess
1 lace and she carried a shower boquet
" of bride roses and swansonia. Mrs.
' Julia Malcolm, the matron of honor,
J wore bisque color fllet lace over tur'
quoise georgette, with a large leg- I
' horn garden hat,-trimmed with flow-.
ers. Her boquet was of tea roses and
_ blue delpbiniun.
J The bridesmaids. Miss Helen Mitch:
ell and Miss Helen Clark, wore organ'
dy gowns, one in pale green and the
" other in apricot, with leghorn flowertrimmed
hats, and their bouquets were
; of shaded sweetpeas. Mr. Wiiliam Gates
1 acted as best man. Little Helen
Bloomquist and Robert Bourne held
- the ribbons through which the bridal
- party passed to the improvised altar,
the former wearing blue georgette
1 over pink, with hat to match, and the
- little boy in a white suit.
e A reception followed, when the
bridal couple were assisted in re1
ceiving by Mrs. McCauley. mother of ,
- the bride, who wore blue ueoreette
. crepe beaded In Iridescent* over gray.
1 with a corsage bouquet of orchids,
r and Mrs. Mina Marr. mother of the
- bridegroom, whose gown of blaclc
, pussy willow taffeta was trimmed
. with point lace.
s Mr. Marr and his bride left later for
. their wedding trip, the latter wearing
- a blue faille silk suit with a blue
- moire hat. They will live at the
- Farnsboro on their return.
The out-of-town guests here for the
, wedding include Miss Kstelle Meads
. of Mountain I^akes. N. J.; Mrs. How- ,
. ard Brown and Mrs. Charles Owen of
. New York.
Mrs. Florlne Hanen of this city
1 announces the marriage of herdaught
ter Marguerite Catherine to Mr.
- Charles H. Smead, at' Roekville, Md.,
. Monday. April 4. the Hev. M. F. Mln1
; Miss Mildred M. Baker, daughter of
1 Mrs. Nannie B. Baker, formerly of
Txtuisa, Vs., now of this city, and Mr.
Hunter C. Bourne of Charles City, '
Vs., were married at 10 o'clock
Wednesday morning at 14S3 Harvard
street northwest, the Rev. Eerie Wilfley
officiating. Only the immediate
> members of the two families were
The bride wore a dark blue Butt of
twill cord and a small feather hat
. with a veil. Her corsage bouquet was
J of orchids and lilies of the valley..
, The bride's only attendant was her.
sister. Miss Josephine Baker, and Mr.
s Thomas Bourne of Richmond, Vjl,
- was best man for his brother. Mr.
s Bourne and his bride left immediately
1 after the ceremony for a wedding
I trip by motor through the valley of
Virginia. They will be at home after
r July 1 at 2101 Stuart avenue, Richt
[ The marriage of Miss Edith Maria
1 Giovannoni. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
1 Angelo Giovannoni. to Mr. Sebastian
r Ambrogl was performed at 6 o'clock
! In the Church of the Snored Heart by
; Father Gavin Monday, June 20.
The heide. who was riven in mar
riage by her father, wore a handsome
[- gown of Ivory satin with rose point
; lace. Her tulle veil was becomingly
arranged and held in place by orange
' blossoms and a coronet of lace which
; was a part of her mother's wedding
gown. She carried bride roses with a
' shower of lilies of the valley. *
Miss Angelina Qiorannonl, sister of.
, the: bride, -waa maid of honor and
wore flesh georgette arepe trimmed
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