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SOCIETY Mrs. Coolidge to Hear De Gogorza Sing at the New National Theater This Afternoon. MHS. COOLIDGE will attend the concert at the New National this afternoon to hear the baritone. Emilio De (Jogorza Mrs. Coolidge is exceedingly fond of music and will undoubtedly find her greatest solace in the various con certs scheduled for this Autumn. Accompanying Mrs. Coolidge are Mrs. Stearns, her house guest; Miss Camilla Irvine and Miss Coates. The Ambassador of France and Mine. Jusserand have issued invitations for a small reception Tuesday. The Minister of Siam, i’hya Buri Na- Tarasth, sailed yesterday on the Beren garia for Europe, where he will spend several weeks. The third secretary of the legation, Mr. Chuer Bunang, who has been transferred to the legation in Jxmdon, sailed with the Minister, and after a short stay in Paris will go to his new post. The Minister will return to Washington late in November. Shaw- Henning Wedding Important Horning Event. The Secretary of Eabor and Mrs. Davis attended the marriage this morning of Miss Beatrice Henning to Mr. George Shaw in St. Thomas- Apostle Church at Twenty-seventh Street and Woodley road. The cere mony was performed by the Rev. Thomas A. Walsh, pastor of the Church, at 10 o’clock, in the presence of a large company of officials, rela tives and intimate friends. A wedding breakfast for the members of the wedding party and the two families followed in the home of the bride’s parents. Assistant Secretary of Labor and Mrs. E. J. Henning at Wardman Park Annex. The church had a pretty arrangement of white chrysanthe mums, dahlias and other Autumn flowers and the apartment was aglow with quantities of Autumn flowers and leaves. The bride's gown was of Venetian Marguerite lace in panels front and hack, edged with white ostrich feath ers. made over white crepe, with long shirred chiffon sleeves. Her tulle veil was held with orange blossoms and formed a train and she carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Louise Sauerhering of May vi lie, Wis., was maid of honor, and the bride’s other attendants were Miss Louise Estey, Miss Jane Cod dington, Miss Agnes Messer. Miss Dorothea Stephens, Miss Theodosia Seibold and Mrs. Arthur Lambdin. Miss Sauerhering wore green chiffon printed with pink roses over pale yellow chiffon. The only trimming was narrow ruffles of lace at the bot tom of the skirt and about the waist and sleeves, and she wore a hat of green crepe trimmed with ostrich. She carried butterfly roses. The other attendants were in shaded chiffon dresses in three colors, each pair con trasting. in orchid, roses and yellow, with chiffon hats to match their gowns, trimmed with a scarf which fell from the brims across their shoulders. Little Miss Alice Shaw, youthful sister of the bridegroom, was flower girl, wearing a frock of Brussels lace over pale pink, with a large hat to match, trimmed with ribbons in pastel shades. She car ried a basket filled with rose petals, which she scattered in the pathway of the bride and bridegroom. Mr. Pierre Reudin was best man for Mr. Shaw, and the ushers Included Mr. Luigi Marianni, Mr. Paul B Day, Mr. Theodore O. Miller, Mr. William Green Winstead, Mr. Robert McCann and Mr. Arthur Lambdin. Miss June Coddington of Milwaukee, Wis., a childhood friend of the bride, sang during the breakfast, and Mr. Arthur Lambdin sang during the cere mony. Mrs. Henning, mother of the bride, wore a black velvet coat dress, trimmed with ermine, and a large black hat, and Mrs. Shaw, mother of the bridegroom, was in gray beaded georgette crepe, with a black hat. Mr. Shaw, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shaw, and his bride will leave later in the day for a wedding trip, and on its completion will make their home in Washington. Senator and Mrs. Peter Ooelet Gerry are expected to arrive in New York parly next week from Europe, w-here they have passed much of the Sum mer. Senator and Mrs. Ralph Cameron have returned to their apartment in the Argonne, after a visit to their homo in Arizona. During the return journey to Washington, the Camerons stopped in many of the Western cities, making the trip in around about way through California. Mrs. R. R. Oovin, sr., entertained a party of sixteen at the supper dance fit Le Paradis last night. Mr. ajid Mrs. O. H. Perry Johnson gnd their daughter. Miss Elizabeth Johnson, sailed Saturday for this country from England, where they ppent the Summer. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will present their daughter »-- ■' - ■—■■■— Supper Dance Bvery Evening, Starting 10 P. M. Boernstein’s Wardman Park Orchestra Dancing la Sapper Roan. fPardman Park Hotel fcnsr rcnervntfonn telephone Col. 200T Get Ready for the ELECTION RADIO SETS And Radio Accessories on Ist Floor Standard Make a—All Pricea Pa ymrntt .4 rra ngr4 BARBER & ROSS, INC. 11th and G Sts. NEW ggT RELEASES VICTOR RECORDS ON SALE TOMORROW DROOP’S Music House 1300 G ' i—^ SOCIETY. to society In Washington in Decem ber. Mrs. J. Ryan Devereux entertained at a small informal luncheon today at the Chevy Chase Club in compliment to Mrs. Herbert L. Snodgrass. Dr. and Mrs. Devereux will enter tain informally at dinner this eve ning for their son and daughter-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Devereux. who are leaving Washington tomor row for Baltimore, where they have taken an apartment for the Winter. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Harry A. Smith have gone to New York where they are staying at the Hotel Astor for a short time. Rear Admiral and Mrs. David W. Taylor and their daughters. Miss May Taylor and Miss irnogene Taylor, have returned to Washington from their Summer home Grassdale, Virginia, and have opened their residence, 1813 Nineteenth stivet. At the first meeting of the Board of the Junior League held yesterday, tentative plans were made lor an en tertainment to be given Friday eve ning, December 5. The new offices of the league at 1115 Seventeenth street, will be opened Monday. Judge and Mrs. W. P. Noyes have opened their home at 1757 K street, after spending the summer at Clif ton. N. Y. The Assistant Secretary of the Trf asury, Mr. Charles S. Dewey, has gone to New York to meet Mrs. Dewey, who is expected to arrive in New York Saturday from Europe, whore she accompanied her daughter, Miss Suzette Dewey. Miss Dewey has reniained in school in Europe. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Walker are in their home on S street, after spend ing a month in Boston and in motor ing in Maine and other parts of New England. Their son. Mr. Mannix Walker, motored with them from Bos- Koston to New York, returning to Harvard from the latter city. Dr. and Mrs. Francis R. Hagner have returned from Nantucket, where they spent the Summer and are In their home on Nineteenth street. Mrs. William Denison Morgan is at her home on Bancroft place, after a visit of six months in Europe. She was accompanied in her travels by aer daughters, the elder of whom, Miss Dorothea Morgan, remained in Switzerland to attend school. Rowe-Iniirfe Wedding at Chevy Chime Last Night. Miss Mary Imirie and Mr. James Milton Rowe were married last eve ning in the Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church at 8 o’clock, the Rev. Dr. Hubert Rex Johnson, pastor emeri tus. officiating. A reception followed in the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Imirie, in Chevy Chase. The bride was in a gown of white georgette crepe made over satin, fashioned without sleeves and with bateau neck, and heavily embroidered in pearls and clear crystals. Her tulle, veil was held by a Dutch cap of lace, narrow lace edging the veil, which completely covered the court train, and she carried a shower bou quet of bride roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Helen Imirie was maid of honor for her sister and was in lav ender chiffon made over silver, the skirt bouffant and the bodice tight fitting, trimmed with silver ribbon, and she carried pink roses. The bride’s other attendants included Mrs. E. C. Gott, jr.. Mrs. Marion Edward Hyman. Miss Wilmoth Doyle and Miss Ann Pressly of Erie, Pa. They were in gowns of georgette crepe in rain bow shades of yellow, green, orchid and blue, trimmed with silver lace. The tight-fitting bodices of a solid color matched the georgette, and the full skirts were trimmed with silver lace. They all carried pink roses. Little Mary Ellen Kink and little Mary- Olive Imirie. niece of the bride, were flower girls in dainty frocks of pink and blue, and they carried baskets of rose petals. Mr. Thomas Foster was best man and the ushers were Mr. E. C. Gott, jr.; Mr. Francis B. Leech, Mr. Kier Wiseman and Mr. John L. Imirie, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Imirie, mother of the bride. Friday Saturday 1227 F St. N.W. DISTINCTIVE HATS In a Most Unusual 2-DAY SELLING sg.so I Specially Purchased! | higli-grade, person- / \ \ ally selected Hats in / \ late versions of the mode. / \ \ Replicas of French models, / \ |RBfiKr f y original styles from domestic jjSf / j / sources—priced ’way below y what they really should be, \ For Street, Dress and Smarts Wear ... i l 1— THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C.. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1924. * « i I*'' jvJAuHi MRS. DAYII» A. REED AND MISS ROSAMOND REED, Wife and daughter of Senator Herd of Pennsylvanla, eho recently retnrned from Europe and will soon settle in their home, on Eighteenth itreet, for the Winter. „ i. i i , .i,”" was in black cut velvet, and Mrs. Rowe, mother of the bridegroom, wore blue velvet and georgette crepe. Later in the evening Mr. and Mrs. Rowe left for a wedding trip, the lat ter traveling in a blue suit with a hat to match, and later they will make their home in Washington. A pretty though simply arranged wedding was that last evening of Miss Leona 1* Hayes and Mr. Robert Lester Mayfield, which took place In the First Congregational Church at 8 o’clock. The ceremony was perform ed by the pastor, the Rev. Dr. Jason Noble Pierce, and was followed by a reception for only the members of the two families and a few intimate friends, in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William S. Hayes, at 649 H street northeast. Tho bride was escorted and given in marriage by her father, and wore white georgette crepe, her tulle veil arranged cap fashion and held by a wreath of orange blossoms, and she Rixik , Brothers Making the New Newer (9| LL THE very latest models go on display daily, as they arrive, newly released by several of the most exclu sive creators of RIZIK styles: New Fur-Trimmed Coats Sports, Street and Evening Wear Fur embellishments band the sleeves, front, hem and collar. Caracul, natural and dyed squirrel, beaver, opossum and fox enrich such pile fabrics as veldyne, marvella, velmara and camel’s hair. TWELVE THIRTEEN F carried bride roses with a shower of lilies of tho valley. She was attended by Miss Maud Gould, who was in pink georgette crepe and carried pink roses. Mr. Donald Klpplnger was best man. Mrs. Hayes, mother of tho bride, was in tan and wore a corsage bou quet of tea roses. Later In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Mayfield left for a wedding trip and wili visit the former's father, Mr. James Mayfield, In his home, in Okla homa, before returning to Washing ton. where they will be at home, tem porarily, at 647 H street northeast. Among the out-of-town gtiests were Mrs. Henry Schnetter, grandmother of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Koehlein, Mr. George Proellch, Mrs. Earl Schnetter and Mrs. Harry Burke, all of Baltimore. Miss Sally Chapin, daughter of Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Fred B. Ryons, entertained at luncheon yesterday. Her guests were Miss Janet Moffett. Mls> Cecil Lester Jones, Miss Jewi Darrow, who Is the guest of Miss Jones; Miss Virginia Selden, Miss Mary Preston, Miss Diana Cummins and her sister. Miss Emily Chapin. Comdr. and Mrs. William W. Gal braith have moved Into their house at 2114 Le Roy place, which they pur chased last Spring from Judge and Mrs. Sidney Ballou. Comdr. and Mra Galbraith have been at the Hotel Hamilton since coming to Washing ton several months ago. Judge and Mrs. Ballou are spending their Winters In California and last Winter leased the house to Mrs. John Stewart McLennan. Mra Winston J. Trowbridge of 221 Church street. New Haven, Conn., an nounces the engagement of her daughter, Molly Mitchell, to Lieut. Floyd Lavinlons Parks of the 16th Tank Brigade, United States Army, stationed at Camp Meade, Md. Capt. and Mrs. William Pierre Rob ert and their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Robert, have come to Washington from the Phlladeijhia navy yard, and have leased the house at 2312 Twentieth street for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt, 3d, left New York today for their home in Xxis Angeles, after spending a month or six weeks in the East. Mr. and Mrs, Robert S. Shrlver entertained informally at dinner last evening in their home on University Parkway, Baltimore, In compliment to Mr. Stanley Harris. Mr. Harris motored to Baltimore for the day and was accompanied by Mr. Frank P. Morse and Mr. George Mar shall. The company later attended the theater. Mrs. George W. Vanderbilt has gone to Raleigh, where she rep sents Gov. Cameron Morrison of North Carolina at the State Fair. Mrs. Vanderbilt is serving her fourth terra as president of the State Agri cultural Association. Her son-in-law. Seclusive and Exclusive ( When buying Jewelry, Dia- | __ monds, Watches, etc. —you want quiet to contemplate your choice. aBAgF To provide such an environment aA. yuM i. we have fitted up a suite of rooms wyjLm3Mt£u on the Third Floor of the Homer Building, 13th and F streets. < ) Here you get seclusion and the sine* it 66 privilege of choosing from a very exclusive stock of Jewelry, f Watches, Diamonds, etc., for '' / gifts or personal use. A chargre account can be opened; or conven- " ieat periodicaJ payments may be arranced £T.jD umsfine t 321 Homer In the Heart of Washington 13th at F St ;li Building Entrance 13th St- j ■GTO B E R Brides for 3 generations have been pleased with n giftsfrom DULIN AND MARTIN GO. these gifts today are valued heir looms. Their en during quality has assisted in main taining their beauty in the eyes of those who treasure them. DUIMUEW | 1215-1217 F Street and 1214 to 1218 G Street Hour*—B:4s to 5:30 J correct and timely interpretations of the new Millinery fashion 1 TBS- $ 5- 00 A N N G MATS that are author- Cff K(\ r 7 “ itative in style and V/ •W « S moderate in price— £ » complete assortments. - _ ... Different types, for dis- Jj) | ||.UO ferent costumes, for dis- 111 ferent occasions. See Our Special Values $12.50 to $22*50 1227 G Street | the Hon. John Francis Amherst Cecil, formerly connected with the British | embassy In Washington, who since bis marriage to Miss Cornelia Vander- : blit has taken charge of the Biltmorc j estate, was a marshal In the parade on the opening day of the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Black enter tained a small company informally at luncheon yesterday at White Sulphur Springs, where, with the latter’s mother, Mrs. Henry May of Washing ton, they are spending the early Autumn. The marriage of Miss Edith Stine, daughter of Mrs. Latimer B. Stine, to Mr. Edward Perry Perlln, son of Mrs. R. Berlin of Berryvllle, Va., took place yesterday afternoon at 5 o’clock at the Lincoln Road Methodist Episcopal Church. The ceremony was per formed by the Rev. W. G. McNeil and was followed by ai reception at the home of the bride's mother. The church had a pretty arrangement of Autumn leaves and foliage and pre ceding the ceremony Mr. J. F. M. Bowie saJig “At Dawning,” accom panied by Mr. G. G. Carman, who also played the wedding march. The bride was escorted to the altar by her uncle, Mr. William F. Mitchell, and wore a gown of white chiffon ■ made on straight lines and trimmed « (Continued on Ninth Page") EXHIBITION Russell Cheney Paintings Until October 21 Vandyck Galleries 1611 Connecticut Ave. I For the Same Qiiality, Render- J son’s Prices Are FT \ as k° w as Good ¥ —-4 Furniture can be J 4--4 li purchased any- " ' where, any time. James B. Henderson Fme Furniture, Laces, Upholstery, Pteperhanging, Painting, etc. | HOB G Street—Phones 7676 r 1106 G Street. NAfl | * 4 7AcJ/ou&cof'7a2/iwn 9 ■ A Sale of the Season’s Most Fashionable Garments at Big Saznngs Hundreds of Beautiful IML WINTER i met coats || Richly fur Trimmed —Others Plain Collars || At Savings of $lO to $25 HKI Exceptional Coats | B S 39M S 49M | W *6'M *BW A Women's Sizes — Misses' Sizes —Stout Sizes | TOP COATS With Fur Collars Others, Self Collars . . *25 |l| Regular $35 Values. I || Special Purchases of | Beautiful Dresses || At Big Savings Dresses At Fashionable Dresses Crepes. satins. For all occasions, distinctive HI silks, twills and ** ~g styles, newest ma~ . flannels; elegant A/ EZ terials, of silks, H styles for general ~# • m crepes, cloths: in- "/,. | i wear. dividual models. If Special Sale of Millinery! 100 HATS OF VELVET, FELT AND COMBI- I NATIONS. 1 FORMERLY $5.00, $6.00 & S7JO. SPECIAL, S3JO | FORMERLY $lO. SI2JO & sls. SPECIAL, $8.50 || NEW SATIN HATS, SPECIAL, $5.00 TO SIO.OO f The LOUVRE | h 1115 UI7 F STREET 1 The Exceptional in Coats This appHes to the quality as well as the character —and combines the consistent ele ments of excellence—fabrics, furs and crafts manship. Supreme are the soft fabrics —Jammuna, Kashmir, Kermana, Fawnskin, Kashmana, etc., with collars, collars and cuffs, and bandings of Baby Fox, Jap Mink, Squirrel, Beaver, Mole. May we ask your special consideration of a group of the splendid Dress Models at S9B-50 Other Dress Coats—s49**® *° *2OO Sports Coats—Beginning at $29*50 ♦t* "■ The Unusual in Frocks At $49.50 It’s a large group—of varied new types— all original in mode; and developed in the silks and cloths fashion holds in highest regard; trimmed effectively. For stleet, afternoon and the more exclusive wear. These Frocks acclaim Louvre leadership—in character and quality—popularly priced. * i SOCIETY.