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with pearls, with a hand of ostrich
plumage trimming the hem line.
Her tulle veil was held by a coronet
of orange blossoms and she carried
a shower of bride’s roses and lilies of
the valley.
.Miss Tlieba Htine attended her sis
ter as maid of honor, wearing a gown
of orchid chiffon trimmed with
ostrich plumage, a picture hat of
black velvet and carrying an arm
bou(|uet of orchid chrysanthemums.
Miss Mary Stine, another sister of
the bride, was the bridesmaid and
wore a gown of yellow chiffon with
ostrich trimming, a black hat and
I carried chrysanthemums to tnatch her
gown.
Mrs. Stine, mother of the bride,
wore a gown of dark blue crepe with
a black hat, and Mrs. Berlin, mother
of the bridegroom, was in black satin
w ith a hat to match.
Mr. Berlin and his bride left after
the reception for Wernersvllle, Pa.,
the latter wearing a dark blue poiret
twill suit with a small hat to match.
They will be at home after November
1 at 1301 Massachusetts avenue.
Among the out-of-town guests
were Mr. and Mrs. William F. Mitchell
of Sin Francisco, uncle and aunt of
the bride: Mrs. R. Berlin, mother of
the bridegroom, and Miss Reeba Ber
lin and Miss Ruth Berlin, sisters of
the bridegroom of Berryvllle, Va.;
Mrs. A. F. Montgomery of Richmond,
aunt of the bridegroom, and Mr. J. W.
i Montgomery, also of Richmond, and
| Miss M. K. Stine of Pittsburgh.
j Mr. and Mrs. Peter Drury, jr., have
come to Washington from their coun
j try home in St. Mary’s County, Md.,
| and will return there tomorrow for
i the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Drury
I entertained a company of six at
luncheon yesterday at the Shorehaan.
Mr, C. H. Boynton of New York is
at Wardman Park Hotel for a short
stay.
Mrs. Hanson j.. ;..y and Mrs. Her
bert B. Crosby have issued invitations
for a tea dance to be given Thursday,
October 23, at Washington Barracks
from 4 to 7 o'clock.
Maj. Calvin B. Matthews, U. S. M. C..
has sailed from New York for his post
in Haiti after a visit of several weeks
in Washington and Tennessee.
Capt. and Mrs. T. J. Heald have re
turned from the Camp Perry rifle
matches, in Ohio, to Fort Eustls, Va.
Miss Mary Heald is stopping with
them after visiting friends for sev
eral weeks in Norfolk and Virginia
Beach.
Mr. Richard B. Wigglesworth. who
has been appointed assistant to Mr. S.
Parker Gilbert, agent general for rep
aration payments, is sailing Saturday
•on the Majestic for Europe.
Mr. Robert Bell, director of the
Rams Head Players, and Mrs. Bell.
THE EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON, I). C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1924.
will be the guests of honor to
night at the regular dinner at the
Arts Club, for which Mrs. Maud
Howell Smith Is hostess. After din
ner Mr. Bell will give a talk on “The
Little Theater,” taken from a paper
which he prepared and read In Paris
Just prior to his return to this coun
try in August.
Mr. William S. Parke, who has been
In New Orleans for some time, will
arrive In New York this week, having
made the trip by water, and will come
at once to Washington.
Mm. Canty, widow of Mr. Dennis J.
Canty, has come to Washington to
make her home after many years In
St. L«ouls. where Mr. Canty died sev
eral years ago, and Is established in
her new home at 127 North Carolina
avenue southeast.
FTABklin-Firemaii Knocmimt
And November Wedding.
Mrs. Cornelius E. Franklin an
nounces the engagement of her daugh
ter, Marjorte Lome, to Dr. Walter
Jackson Freeman, jr. The wedding
will take place early In November In
Bryn Mawr, and the couple will live
in Washington.
After a week’s visit here. Mr. and
Mrs. Judd R. Miller have returned to
their home in East Springfield, Pa.
Mr. Miller has for years been in
spector of weights and measures for
Erie County, but has kept In close
touch with old Washington friends,
who entertained him and Mrs. Miller
during their visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond B. Cooledge
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Anne Hodges Cooledge, to
Mr. Raymond W. Herriman. at Bel
Air, Md., October 15, by the Rev.
W. S. Simms.
Mrs. Adelaide Hover Cavanagh
leaves Saturday to attend the sixth
biennial convention of the Interna
tional Federation of Catholic Alumnae
to be held at the Bellevue Stratford
Hotel, Philadelphia, October 18-26.
Mrs. Cavanagh goes as a delegate
from the Notre Dame de Namur
Alumnae Association of this city.
The marriage of Miss Carrye Eliz
abeth Smallwood, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. I. C. Smallwood, to Mr. Francis
Gordon Ketcham, took place October
4. 1924, at high noon in the Calvary
M. E. Church. Annapolis, Ml The
The ceremony was performed by Dr.
H. W. Burgan, pastor of the church,
in the presence of the bride's parents
find a few friends.
The bride wore an ensemble cos
tume of cocoa brown velva-suede
cloth trimmed with squirrel and
braid, and a velvet and silk hat of
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After a trip to Buffalo, Niagara
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be a>t home at the Par ado, 62 Palmer
East, Detroit, Mich.
The Woman’s Republican Club of
Montgomery County. Md.. will give a
card party, to be held at Wardman
Park Hotel, Tuesday afternoon, Octo
ber 21, at 2:30 o’clock.
Mrs. Harry Dawson of Rockville Is
chairman of the club and Mrs. Ed
ward Stock is vice chairman. These
ladies will be assisted In entertaining
by Mrs. Walter Tuckerman, Mrs.
Beverly Evans, Mrs. Fred M. Zihlman,
Mrs. Charles I. Corby, Mrs. Eugene
Stevens, Mrs. William Tyler Page,
Miss Mc.Eween and Mrs. Chadwick
of Washington Grove.
Receiving as hostesses at the spe
cial programs for children at the
Tivoli Theater at 10:30 o’clock Satur
day morning, October 18, will be
Mrs. Robert N. Standsfleld, Mrs.
Mitchell Carroll, Mrs. Gerrltt Miller,
Mrs. Cabot Stevens.
The League of Republican Women
of the District of Columbia will give
a card party tomorrow afternoon at
the New Willard Hotel. The pa
tronesses include Mrs. Charles Evans
Hughes. Mrs. Harlan F. Stone, Mrs.
Harry S: New, Mrs. Curtis D. Wilbur,
Mrs. Henry C. Wallace, Mrs. James J.
Davis, Mrs. Cuno H. Rudolph, Mrs.
David H. Blair, Mrs. W. Irving Glo
ver. Mrs. Thomas S. Crago. Mrs.
Henry W. Dawes, Mrs. Frank Briggs,
Mrs. Mary Logan Tucker, Mrs. Frank
W. Monde]], Mrs. Harry Wardman,
Miss Mary Perry Brown, Mrs. Robert
McNeill. Mrs. S. J. Prescott, Mrs. K. F.
Colladay, Mrs. T. L. Townsend. Mrs.
Henry W. Fitch, Mrs. E. A. llarriman,
Mrs. M. D. Wlckersham, Mrs. E. C.
Snyder, Mrs. E. C. Graham, Mrs.
Henry D. Fry. Mrs. Louis A. Dent,
Mrs. Charles F. Crane, Mrs. E. O.
Thompson, Mrs. Ross Perry, Mrs.
Perry S. Heath, Mrs. Mary D. Abbe,
Mrs. Percy Hickling, Mrs. May D.
Llghtfoot and Mrs. Howard L. Hodg
kins.
Odd Fellows to Parade.
FREDERICKSBURG, Va., October
16.—Three thousand Odd Fellows
from Virginia and the District of Co
lumbia and 1,000 Rebekahs will par
ticipate in the parade which will be
held at Quantloo tomorrow. It will
be the occasion of the fourth an
nual meeting of the Northern Virginia
Odd Fellows’ Association. A num
ber of notables in Odd Fellowship
are to attend.
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage license* bare been issued to the
following:
Klmer L. Koons and Laura M. Williams.
Robert L. Mayfield and le*ona L. Hayes.
Edward P. Rerun and Kdlth Stine.
Raymond K. Dickon of Granite City, 111.,
and May Marie Hartung of this city.
Melvin R. Scott and Anna V. Henderson.
Irving R. Newcomb and Mary R. Harding.
Dsley J. Horton and Hannah K. McCully.
William C. Key of Miami. Fla., and Myrtle
B. Smith of Asheville, N.
Anton Frebert of Rrooklyn, S. Y., and Jo
aephine Meyer of Rrthcsda, Md.
Granville T. Roul and Mabel R. Heckman.
Arthur L. Schoenthai and Maxle M. Connor.
Thomas J. Finnerty of Raltimore, Md., and
Stella V. Hokk of Sudbrook Park. Md.
John T. Hared and Mary M. Carter.
Kdward It. Stouffer and Violet N. Mowen,
both of Hagerstown, Md.
Kdward Bowie and Kvelyn Dent.
Clarke Conway and Mary K. Talbert,
lieater L. Fansher and Grace Stanton.
Homer B. Patterson and Ruth Wllaon.
Earl F. Dantorth of this city and Ursula J.
L. Godfrey of Lobec. Me
Kenneth J. Althonse of Waynesboro, Va.,
and Kathleen K. Cash of this city.
July 1 showed a 19 per cent in
crease In registrations over that of
the same date last year.
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Deaths Reported.
The following death* have heen reported to
the Health Department In the last 24 hoars:
William it. Mack, 53, National Homeopathic
Hospital.
.Marc a ret Hayes, 54, Emergency Hospital.
Alonso B. Johnson. 55, 2506 Wisconsin ate.
Panl H. Tamplet, 60, the Ontario Apartment.
Edward W. oyaler. 78. Casualty Hospital,
Hannah K. Krney, 71. 110 Bth st. s.e.
Anna R. Lowry, 79. 2633 Adams Mill rd.
Jennie O. Golden. 57. 910 H st. n.e,
Hamuel Waybrlght. 25. Garfield Hospital.
Thomas Keeney, 03, Georgetown University
Hospital.
Kred J. Bleil. 41, Pt. Elizabeth’s Hospital.
Virgil R, McLean, 38, Tuberculosis Hospital.
Mary A. Sullivan, 24. 210 Morgan st.
James W. Kelly, 50, Emergency Hospital.
Theresa 11. MacCooner, 73, 1222 New Hamp
shire ave.
Julian P. Ballinger, 29, United State* Naval
Hospital.
Almira Butler, 84. 1228 Irving st.
Frederick W. Swift. 47. 325 II st. s.w.
William A. Hoover, 3 months, Children's
Hoanltai.
Infant of Samuel and Tillie W’olk, 1 month,
37 16th st. me.
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Joseph H. Rtewart, 65. Kreedrfen's Hospital
Margarete Bowie, 58, 459 Ridge «t.
Richard T. Jouch. 77. 1714 sth at.
Inaao Robinson. 37. Providence Hospital.
Klizabeth Dnekefl, 17. Tuberculosis Hospital.
Maria h. Getta. 39, 417 14tb at. n.e.
Fannie Alston. 50, Freednien's Hospital.
Ned HedKeman. I, Children's Hospital.
Duello Ixiveit, 2 months, 1525 Kingman pi.
James M. Dixon, 2 months, 2633 Douglas rd.
a.e.
Infant of Glenn and Klorelta Banks, 10
hours, 2920 Sherman are.
Grounded Steamer Floated.
BALTIMORE, aid., October 16.—The
Merchants and Miners' steamer Ker
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terday and proceeded to Baltimore.
No passengers were aboard.
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Births Reported.
The following births have been reported to
thr Health Department in the I ant 24 hours;
William IV. Jr., and Selma W. Helm, hoy.
Raymond D. and Mlda C. Harding, girl.
Robert W. and Emma K. Buchner, girl,
J, and rial re S. Rosa IT. girl
Roy K. and Virginia H. Gregory, hoy.
rharles R, and Rial* H. Randall, girl.
William E. and Margaret Borden, hoy.
Raymond A. and Mary A. Newman, boy. /
Harry C. and Bessie Byron, girl.
Max and Barbara Harris, boy.
Walter E. and Helen M. Porter, girl,
Alfred D. and Thelma V. Irby. girl.
Henry and Janes H, De Boa key, boy*
Harry G. and Elsie Kopel. boy,
Clifton t\ and Ijiura H. Dyehe. girl.
Alfred WV and Kiizalteth Judson, girt,
Jessie Ij. and Morna Smith, girl.
Philip and Irene U Hast. boy.
Wilton and liettle Gaskins, boy.
la>w W. and Ella Young, boy.
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