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SOCIETY The Secretary of State and Mrs. Kellogg i Honor Guests at Dinner Last Night J. of Czechoslovakian Envoy. THE Secretary of State and Mrs. Kellogg v.-ere the guests in whose honor the Minister of Czechoslovakia, Mr. Zdenek Fierlinger, entertained at din gier last eveining at the legation. The other guests were the Ambassador of Italy and Nobil Donna Antoinette tie Martino, Senator and Mrs. James Oouzens, Miss Madeleine Couzens, the Assistant Secretary of State and Deland Harrison, the director general of the Pan American Union, Dr. ceo H. Rowe; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brett « Noyes, Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. fein** onds and Mrs. Henry F. Dimock. The Secretary of War and Mrs. Dwight F. Davis were the honor iruests at dinner last evening of tne commandant of Washington Barracks and Mrs. Hanson E. Ely, who enter tained at the first of the Winter series of dinner dances at the Officers Club. Other guests of Gen. and Mrs. E y were the Assistant Secretary of War and Mrs. MacNider, the Assistant Sec retary of War for Aviation and Mrs. Davison, the deputy chief of staff and Mrs. Connor, the chief of Infantry and Mrs. Allen, the chief of Cavalry and Mrs. Crosby, the chief signal offi cer and Mrs. Saltzman. the chief of Field Artillery and Mrs. Snow, the chief of Coast Artillery and Mrs. Hero, the assistant chief of Ordnance and Mrs. Ruggles, Mrs. Sydney Cloman, Miss Grecehen Wahl, the Judge Advo cate General of the Navy and Mrs. Campbell, Maj. Gen. and Mrs. C. L.L. G. Charlton, Brig. Gen. Georges Du mont, Col. Lytle Brown. Col. and Mrs. Walter C. Sweeney, Col. C. R. How land. Capt. E. J. Meyers, U. S. N-. and Mrs. Meyers; Lieut. H. E Ely, Jr, U. S N., and Mrs. Ely; Col. and Mrs. James D. Taylor, Lieut. Col. and Mrs. John J. Fulmer and Maj. and Mrs. John D. Burnett. Mrs. Jardine, wife of the Secretary of Agriculture, and Mrs. Davis, wife of the Secretary of Labor, Will assist Mrs. David H. Blair at the reception and tea dance she will give this afternoon at Ward man Park Hotel to present her daughter. Miss Ade laide Douglass, to society. The Ambassador of Belgium and Baroness de Cartier will be the honor guests at dinner this evening of the Minister of Panama and Senora de Alfaro. The dinner will be followed by a musical, when the program will be given by Senor Alfred de St. Malo. The Ambassador of Germany and Baroness Maltzan will entertain a small company at dinner this eve ning followed by dancing, to which additional guests have been asked. t> Distinguished Company Feted at Japanese Embassy. The Ambassador of Japan and Mme. Matsudalra were hosts to a company of 22 at dinner last evening, their guests Including the Secretary of the Treasury, Mr. Mellon, and the Secre tary of Agriculture and Mrs. Jardine, The Minister of Sweden and Mme. Bostrom entertained at dinner last eve ning at the legation. The guests were the Minister of Finland, Mr. Axel L. Astrom; the secretary of the Belgian embassy, Mr. Raoul Tllmont; Mrs, John B. Henderson, Mme. Ekengren, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tuckerman, Maj. and Mrs. George Oakley Totten, the counselor of the Swedish legation, Mr P. V. G. Assarsson; the commercial counselor of the Swedish legation and Mme. Gustaf Weidel; the attache of the Swiss legation, Mr. Walter H. Rufenacht; the attache of the Swedish legation. Baron Lennart Rappe; Mr. Randolph Robinson, Miss Inger Bryn, Miss Laura Bryn, Mile. Pauline Bos trom, Mile. Ellis Bostrom and Mile. Hammarberg. Senator and Mrs. Walter E. Edge will be hosts to a company of *0 at dinner this evening. Representative and Mrs. Sol Bloom entertained informally at dinner at the Mayflower last evening in com pliment to Mr. and Mrs. William May Wright (the latter known profession ally as Mme. Cobina Wright) of New York. The other guests were Sena tor and Mrs. William H. King, Sena tor Samuel M. Shortridge, Miss Helen Carusi, Miss Vera Bloom and Conte Pio Macchl di Cellere of the Italian embassy. Representative and Mrs. Fred A Britten were hosts to a company of 1< at dinner last evening, later taking their guests to the theater before at tending the dance of Mr. and Mrs. Alvan Dodd. Capt. Walter S. Crosley, U. S. N., and Mrs. Crosley have returned from Europe, after two months’ absence, and are at Hotel Martinique for the Winter. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Rinehart will have with them over Sunday, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Allan G. Rinehart. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Henry have Issued invitations for a large dinner dance Saturday evening, January 8, at the Chevy Chase Club for their daughter. Miss Adelaide Henry, in compliment to Miss Mary Page Jul lien, debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Morrison Jullien. Mrs. John Foote entertained -at !uncheon today in compliment to Miss Betty Ridsdale. Among the guests were Miss Barbara Hight. Miss Nancy Hamilton, Miss Elizabeth Clem, Miss Evelvn Gordon, Miss Georgiana Joyes, Miss'Betty Edwards and Miss Carolyn Alexander. Mrs. Richard S. Hill is entertaining a company of 32 at bridge this after noon for her daughters, the Misses Hill. Additional guests have been ask ed for tea, when Mrs. A. B. Graham and Mrs. Francis W. Hill will preside at the tea table. Miss Frances McKee lias as her house guest Miss Anne King Carley of New York, who arrived today. Miss McKee entertained informally at din ner last evening in compliment to Miss Caroline Swift, Miss Sallie Hews Phillips and Miss Elizabeth van Swin deren. The dinner was followed by movies, for which additional guests Joined the company. Airs. Campbell Forrester will be at heme tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 6 o’clock. Mrs. de Forest Spencer, vio linist, is the house guest of Mrs. Campbell Forrester. . Mrs. Charles C. Worthington was ' hostess at luncheon today for her daughter. Miss Para Worthington, in compliment to Miss Harriet Stearns Whltford, debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Langdon Whltford. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Mary* will entertain a company of 20 at dinner this evening in compliment to Mrs. Rudolph Spreckels and her daughter, Miss Claudine Ppreckels of California. Miss Louise Randolpli entertained at luncheon today in compliment to Miss Dorothea Richards, debutante daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Theodore YV. Richards. The other guests were Miss Florence Marlatt, Miss Sallie Hews Phillips, Miss Eleanor Preston, Mlsa Olive Sherley, Miss Fannie Dial. Mies Frances Lamer LiUa SOCIETY, Tuckerman, Miss Helen Clifford, Miss Frances Carter of Warrenton, Va., house guest of Miss Randolph, and Miss Katharine Derry. Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Raymond Min shall Cheseldine, whose marriage took fl |ij|j| jBMI 189 «—Bfe... <, i IBm| I i A ' i 'it mimmimm im-m-omio^mononoanomoi*^^ MISS ELIZABETH EDWARDS AND MISS PHOEBE EDWARDS, Daughter and niece of Senator Edward I. Edwards of New Jersey. The latter is visiting her relatives at Wardman Park Hotel. place In Baltimore December 4, are now at home in the Devonshire Downs Apartments. Mrs. Clifford P. Gould of Jersey City, N. J., Is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Mclntlre, 3621 8 street northwest. Yesterday Mrs. Mclntlre gave a bridge luncheon for her guest, a dinner party was entertained for her and several other entertainments are arranged for Mrs. Gould during her visit. LenDian-Halloran Engagement Announced. Gen. and Mrs. Michael J. Lenihan announce the engagement of their daughter Catherine to Lieut. Paul Halloran, civil engineer, United States Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Halloran of New York. The wedding will take place in June at Fort Sheridan, 111. Mrs. J. F. Callbreath entertained the wives of the delegates attending the annual convention of the Mining Con gress, taking her guesits to the Con gressional Country Club. In the party were Mrs. E. H. Bailey, Mrs. M. W. Kreigh, Mrs. J. R. Hurlburt, Mrs. J. B. Bunch, Mrs. C. C. Greggs, Mrs. F. C. Sears, Mrs. George Wolfe, Mrs B. P. Tyler, Mrs. H. J. Young, Mrs. C. T. du Rell, Mrs. W. M. Course, Mrs. Kirby Thomas, Mrs. E. H. Pullman, Mrs. C. H. Mathews and Miss Young. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar J. Orme enter tained at supper at the Carleton Club last night, having among their guests, Mrs. Francis Harrington, Mrs. Kuhn of Mexico, Mr. Harry Wardman and Mr. Raymond T. Baker. Former Senator and Mrs. Robert L. Owen have as their guests at the Wardman Park Hotel their son-in-law and daughter, Maj. and Mrs. Bur goyne Hamilton, who came from New York City to attend the diplomatic reception at the White House Thurs day evening, Maj. Gen. H. G. Sharpe, U. S. A. retired, and Mrs. Sharpe are making their home at the Martinique until the early Summer. Gen. George W. Goethals, U. S. A., retired, arrived today at the Willard, where he will remain several days. Mrs. S’. B. Grubbs of Washington is spending a week at Home Lawn Mine ral Springs, Martinsville, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Columbus J. Healy have as their guests at the Wardman Park Hotel over the week end Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schoellkopf of Buf falo and Mr. and Mrs. Radcliffe Romeyn of Meadowbrook, N. Y. Maj. Gen. George W. Read, U. S. A., retired, and Mrs. Read are spending several months in Washington and are living at the Martinique. Mrs. J. M. Schneider of 3016 O street is visiting with her son and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Schneider in their home in Wilmington, Del. Later In the month, accompanied by her older son, Mr. Herbert Schneider, she will visit California, going by the way of the Panama Canal, and will return In February. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Rodenbaugh of St. Augustine, Fla., are passing a few days at the Willard. Republican Women Tea Planned for Monday. President of the Republican League, | Mrs. Virginia White Speel, assisted by Mrs. Marion Butler, announces a tea , for Monday afternoon from 4 to 6 1 o’clock. In the rooms of the Repub lican League at 823 Fifteenth street northwest. The guest of honor will be Mrs. Alvin T. Hert, the national Repub lican committeewoman. Wives of our cabinet members and the Republican congressional ladies will assist in re ceiving. Hostesses wrlll be Mrs. William Jar dine, Mrs. Dwight W. Davis, Mrs. Curtis Dwight Wilbur, Mrs. Everett Sanders and Mrs. Walter Drake. Mrs. Sedonla Heagy is visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. H. Kimball in New York City. The Cornell Society of Washington will give a tea tomorrow from 4 to 6 o’clock In the clubhouse of the Amer ican Association of University Woman, at 1634 1 street northwest. THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, I). C.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER H, 1926. Mme. Sze, wife of the Minister of . China, and Dr. Alberta Reed will re- j c.elve, and Mrs. Lincoln Andrews, Mrs. j Herbert Brown and Mrs. Ellen S. ] Mussey will pour tea. Miss Eastmann will give several piano solos, and Mr. Ed Hill will sing. Miss Faustine Den nis is chairman of the committee in charge. Among those making reservations for the card party to be given by Our Flag Chapter, D. A. R.. Tuesday, at the Women’s City Club, from 2 to 4 o’clock are: Mrs. James M. Willey. Mrs. William Donch, Mrs. I. M. Jack son, Mrs. L. D. Carman, Mrs. Charles Hchermerhorn, Mrs. John T. Sadler, Mrs. J. W. Harris, Mrs. W. M. Hen nay, Miss Sarah C. Hunnay, Mrs. George Wagner, Miss Anna Town send, Miss Josephine Prather, Mrs. Virgil C. Miller, Mrs. R. M. Richards, Miss Alice Johnson, Mrs. Laura A. Bradley, Miss Myrtle Bunn, Mrs. C. J. Morris and Mrs. Grattan Kerens. PLUNKETT PLEADS FORU. S. SHIPPING ♦ Rear Admiral Urges Return to Powerful Merchant Ma rine as Peace Aid. By the Associated Press. NEW YORK, December 11.— “There is going to be no peace in the world until America is as great on the water as on land and brings to the world peace, whether it wants it or not,” Rear Admiral Charles P. Plunkett said In an address here last night at the forty-first annual meeting of the Ohio Society of New York. For the first time in the his tory of the organization women at tended the annual meeting. Pleading for the return of a pow erful American merchant marine in behalf of the advancement of Amer ica and in the interest of interna tional peace, Admiral Plunkett said, "We have control here at home over our own affairs, but when It comes to the water there Is no power to regulate what happens there. After years of success and experience in the high seas we came to 1922, and then America stepped aside and de stroyed the power that the nations of the world might live together happily,” Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, pres ident of Columbia University, de scribed New York as the greatest manufacturing center, the greatest educational center and the./ future home of the greatest art collections of the world. Charles D. Hilles, president of the society, outlined the history of his native State. He urged Ohioans re siding in New York to be attentive to their civic duty to their home fetate. Right Rev. William A. Leonard. Episcopal Bishop of Ohio, delivered the invocation. Sweetheart Green Asparagus (Better than fresh) * 1 he soil of the Ottaway sec tion of Illinois produces the finest Asparagus grown. .. Ch,n Dozen Tall cans 95c $ll.OO Magruder Inc. Rest Groceries Conn. Ave., M and 18th Sts. 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