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Capital Society Sets Pace In Yuletide Festivities Absentees Returning for Holiday Season— Wash ington Residents Visiting “the Old Home." Special and Personal Notes. Former Solicitor General and Mrs. | James M. Beck and their daughter, | Mrs. S. Pinknev Tuck, will return j the middle of the week from Atlantic City, where they are leaking a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Williamson S. How ell. jr., left yesterday for the for mer’s old home in Texas, where they will spend the Christmas ho’idavs, re turning here for New Year day. Mr. and Mrs. De Forest Paine will have as their guests, in their apart ment at the Wardman Park Hotel over the Christmas holidays, Mrs. Paine’s son, Mr. Stewart Grant, and her niece. Miss Carrie Durand of Sag inaw. Mich. Miss Elizabeth Schultz of Detroit, formerly of Washington, will arrive December 26. to be the guest of Mrs. Bayard Wyman in her apart ment in the Westmorland. Mrs. H. X. Rickey has departed for Cleveland. Ohio, where she will he joined the first of the week by Mr. 1 tic key and their younger son. John, who attends the Ashville School for Boys. They will spend Christmas week with their older son, Norris Rickey, who is in business in Cleveland, re turning to their apartment at the Wardman Park Hotel shortly after the first of the year. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Parsons Erwin will have as their guests for the holi days the former’s father and brothers and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Orlando R. Erwin of Eansing. Mich.: Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Erwin of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Erwin of Oak Park, 111., and the lat ter’s youthful daughter, Betty Anne. They will arrive in Washington Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. David St. Pierre Gaillard will have as their guests for the holidays the latter's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Walsh, who will come from their home in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. C. Matthews Dick, who are making their home at the Wardman Park TJotel while their new home on Woodland drive is being completed, will leave Wednesday for Chicago, to spend the Christmas holi davs with Mr. Dick’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dick. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brooks Smith of the Hotel Roosevelt have as their guests during the Christmas holiday season. Ensign Frederick Kent Loomis, U. S. N.. and Ensign Philip H. Fitz gerald, U. S. N., who have just come East from the Pacific fleet, to which they have been assigned for the past tw'o years. Mrs. Smith is the mother of Ensign Loomis. Judge W. W. Morrow of San Fran- Record of Christmas Plans as Made Public By Federal Officials «(Continued from Fifth Page.) days with their mother, Mrs. Hamil ton Wright, who has opened her house, 1715 X street for the Christ mas season. Mr. Wallace T. Backus, a student at Oxford University, will arrive in New York Tuesday from England, and will come at once to Washington to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grosvenor H. Backus. Mrs. Delos A. Blodgett will have as her guests for Christmas her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Delos A. Blodgett, 2d, and their two daugh ters, Marion and Audrey, who will come from New York. Capt. Martin Trench, U. S. N., Gov ernor of Jhe Virgin Islands, and Mrs. Trench are spending a abort time in Washington and are guests of Miss Sally Schenck at the Connecticut Apartments. Ensign Schuyler N. Pyne is visiting his parents, Capt. and Mrs. Frederick G. Pyne, and will remain with them until after Christmas. ‘ Midshipman Charles E. Pyne will arrive from Annapolis Thursday and will be with his parents over the holi days. He will have as his guest Mid shipman Harold P. Richards. Mrs. Alexander Sharp has returned to Washington after five years in Cali fornia and Newport, and is with her son and daughter-in-law, Comdr. and Mrs. Alexander Sharp, Jr., at 1609 Thirty-fifth street. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Digges Morgan will come to Washington to spend the holidays with Mr. Morgan's mother, Mrs. James Dudley Morgan. Dinner lor Vice President And Mrs. Dawes Planned (Continued from Fifth Page.) tain at luncheon and bridge Decem ber 29. Mr. William Bowie Clark will be among the hosts at the Monday Eve ning Bachelors’ Club at the Carlton Club tomorrow evening. Dr. and Mrs. Macpherson Crichton entertained at dinner at the Chevy Chase Club last evening' in compli ment to their house guests, Mr. and Mrs, X. Rea Gano, Mr. and Mrs. H. Powell Patchett, Mrs. Mary Carnell and Mr. Walter A. Shoufler, all of Philadelphia. Other guests were Sen ator and Mrs. Royal 8. Copeland, the counsellor of the Swedish legation and Mrs. Oußtaf Weidel, the secretary of tlie Polish legation and Mrne. Leon Orlowska, Commissioner and Mrs. Frederick I. Cox, former Assistant At torney General and Mrs. Rush Hol land, Baron and Baroness Hans von Below, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton-Hall of New York, Maj. and Mrs. Joseph Began. Mrs. Geneva Dunham, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Porterfield Light, Mr. and Mrs W. F. Zurnbrun, Mr. and Mrs. William Wheeler. Miss Gladys Leighton Wood and Capt. William Biddle. Mrs. Albert I-ee Schrader was hostess ut a bridge luncheon Tuesday 1n her home in College Park, Md„ her guests including Mrs. Robert Thorn burgh, Mrs. Norman B. Frost, Mra. James Johnston, Mrs. Lorenzo Mar tin. Mrs. Temple Seay and Mrs Henry Delmel of Washington and Mrs. Ralph Counselman of Chevy Chase, Md. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Loose enter tained at the dinner dance at the Wardman Park Hotel last evening, when their guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Selectman, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Grimes. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Kendall, Mrs. Lucy Clarke and Capt. John Cowles. The mass of the electron, smallest known division of matter, is 1,800 tim«s smaller than the hydrogen atom, the lightest of all elements. SOCIETY. ». ] risco has as his guests today at the r, I Mayflower Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas n | Roosevelt of Philadelphia and his c two grandsons from Princeton, Mr t Morrow Roosevelt and Mr. Latrobe Roosevelt. Mrs. Eric Greenleaf will leave r ' Washington tomorrow for Birming * ham. Ala. Mrs. Paul Gillespie and her son, Mr. \ Harold Gillespie, of the Wyoming will spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Gillespie’s sister. Mrs. Harold . Perot Keen, at her country home, d Kynlyn, near Wilmington, Del. Mr. Gillespie will attend several dances in Philadelphia and also, in Wilmington. :, Mrs. Samuel Williams Earle, reeord e ing secretary general of the Daugh t ters of the American Revolution, who - has an apartment at the Mayflower for the Winter, will leave Washington today for Chicago, where she will r spend Christmas with her son, Mr. S. e Edwin Earle, of Winnetka. Mrs. Earle ’• will return to Washington the first >• week in January, r k Mr. John Vincent Hinkel, who is a student at the University of Notre Dame, will be with his parents, Mr. e and Mrs. Edwin Philip Hinkel, in r their home, 1604 Varnum street. , Miss Emmy Thompson, daughter of j. Maj. and Mrs. E. H. Thompson of Fort s Banks, Mass., will spend the holidays ‘ with her cousin. Miss Anne Compton Brock, at the Mendota. f Miss Margaret E. Bouve, who is a * student at Ogontz School, will spend * the Christmas holidays with her par * ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bouve, in I their home. 109 Shepherd street, Chevy Chase. Md. p Mrs. Marian Dali and her children r will spend the Christmas holidays with j Mr. and Mrs. William Healey Dali. Mr. William Whaley of Dartmouth College and Miss Marian Whaley of - Vassar are spending the holidays p with their parents. Col. and Mrs. A. v M. Whaley, at 3045 Porter street ? northwest. r Mr. Paul S. Seward, Yale, ’27, is i spending the holidays with his grand parents, Maj. and Mrs. S. Willard Saxton, at 1347 Harvard street. i r Miss Lela Tucker de Otte, daughter i of Capt. and Mrs. de Otte of the i, Roosevelt, will return this week from an extensive trip abroad for travel e and study. i t Mrs. Alice E. Ross of the Grove r Park School faculty, at Asheville, N. C., is spending the holidays with her daughter, Mrs. Albert B. Manly, on - Albemarle street. Debutante “Bouquet" Os City Surrenders 5 Popular Bud to Cupid (Continued from Fifth Page.) |. present their daughter, Miss Georg*- r ana Joyes, to society, t- Miss Joyes will be the guest in whose honor Miss FJlizabeth Moody will be at home the afternoon of December 26. it n The Commissioner of Internal Reve d nue and Mrs. David H. Blair will have o with them for the Christmas holidays i, Mrs. Blair's son, Mr. J. Barnett Doug lass of Winston-Salem, N. C., who will arrive tomorrow. s The Commissioner and Mrs. Blair d will entertain at dinner this evening s in their apartment at Wardman Park i- Hotel for the latter’s debutante daugh- II ter, Miss Adelaide Douglass. Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Hight have >- with them for the holidays Miss Phyl i. lis Flight, who arrived Friday from n her studies at Orgontz School. Mrs. s Hight will entertain at luncheon t Thursday, December 30, for her debu tante daughter, Miss Barbara Hight, in compliment to Mile. Pauline Bob g trom, debutante daughter of the Mln k tster of Sweden and Mme. Bostrom. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O'Brien will U entertain informally at dinner this eve d ning for the latter’s debutante daugh t ter. Miss Allison Roebling. j] Miss Roebling will have as her guests for a few days Lady Bridget King-Tennyson of England and Mr. d Joseph Roebling, cousin of Miss j. Roebling, who will come to attend the r ball Mr. and Mrs. O’Brien will give for d Miss Roebling December 27. 9 Mr. and Mrs. Absalom Waller will entertain at a supper dance Decem n ber 27 at the Carlton Hotel, in com ,, pliment to Miss Adelaide Douglass T " and Miss Barbara Hight. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Orme will entertain at a dance January 4 for their debutante daughter, Miss Mar guerite Orme. 3 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hamilton have as their house guests Miss Vir ginia Murray of Trenton, N, J,; Miss _ Jessica Holton of Bethlehem, Pa., and Miss Erma Binns of Uniontown, »- Pa., who will assist Miss Nancy Hamilton at her debut tea tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton entertained e at dinner last evening for their s ' daughter in compliment to Miss Bar n bara Hight. The guests included Miss Murray, Mias Holton, Miss n Binns, Miss Adelaide Douglass, Miss v Eleanor Bryan Smith, Miss Alice Cutts, Miss Katharine Amory, Miss d Mary Page Jullien, Miss Georgiana r Joyes, Miss Adelaide Henry, Mr. Gregg Blrdsall, Mr. Robert Hender f son, Senor Victor Alfaro, Lieut. Francis J. Graling, Mr. Clark Brant, Mr. Griffith Warfield, Mr„ Larry . Lehrbas. Mr. Worthington Frailey, f Mr. Emmanuel Lyon, Senor Luis Al * faro, Mr. Charles Hayes and Mr. *' Jack Hayes. t Miss Juliet Phillips, daughter of Ol>l> THINGS NOT FOUND ELSEWHERE Berry & Whitmore Co. Diamonds Watches Jewelry Pearls Stationery Engraving Sole Agents TIFFANY STUDIOS TIFFANY FAVRILE GLASS COPENHAGEN CHINA ' F and Eleventh Streets THE SUNDAY STAR. WASHINGTON, D. C., DECEMBER 19, 1926-PART 2. WOMEN NEW IN OFFICIAL LIFE BRING SPECIAL INTEREST TO CAPITAL SOCIETY / \ / . ", •> •>?: ; \ V- i \ . • k\;- y , - ■ ;vS till! AgMir *** ' Hp *jj#[ '«£khl Malik. Jf S WM Upper left: Mrs. Proctor Dougherty, wife of one of the two new Commissioners, who will lend interest to society. Upper right: Mrs. Paul A. Chase, wife of the special assistant to the Attorney General, one of the several brides in official circles. Lower: Mrs. Ralph E. Pearsons, who, with her children, Mary Gordon and Anne Sargent Pearsons, is passing the season with her parents, Attorney Gen eral and Mrs. Sargent. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morgan Phillips, 1211 Fern street, and a student at the Connecticut College for Women, New London, Conn., arrived Friday to spend the holidays with her parents. Miss Maud Marshall Mason will entertain at luncheon tomorrow, at the Club St. Mark's, a number of the season's debutantes in compliment to Miss Eleanor Preston, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ord Preston. Mrs. G. Logan Payne will enter tain at a tea at the Carlton Hotel, Wednesday, January 5, in compli ment to Miss Adelaide Douglass, debutante daughter of Mrs. David Hunt Blair. South Carolinians Meet At Reception ami Dance The first of this Winter’s receptions and dances of the South Carolina Society of Washington, which was held at the Wardman Park Hotel Friday evening, drew forth a large number of South Carolinians and their friends. There were approx imately 250 in attendance. The officers of the organization received the guests, among whom were former Senator and Mrs. N. B. Dial, Mr. D C. Roper, former Gov. R. A. Cooper and Mr. E. D. Smith. Representative Thomas S. McMillan is president, Mr. P H. McGowan, vice president; Miss Harriet Godfrey, secretary, and Mrs. O H. Gasque, wife of Representative Gaaque, is historian. The program in cluded dancing, cards and Scottish songs and dances by Representative Thomas S. McMillan and Mr. P. H. McGowan, as well as other features by Mr. A. E. Hutchinson, who was chair man of the special entertainment com mittee. In a copper atom are 29 electrons, each moving in its orbit with a speed of about 39,000 miles a second. President and First Lady To Attend Charity Ball The President and Mrs. Coolidge will attend the annual Charity Ball the night of January 3 at the Willard Hotel, according to word received from the White House yesterday by Mrs. Stanley Rinehart, chairman of the ball committee. It has been the custom of the Presi dent and the First Lady of the Land to attend the Children’s Hospital ball since thfr days of President Arthur. President and Mrs. Coolidge have ob served this tradition each year since coming into the White House. In the early days of the Charity ball, then the only one of its kind given in Washington, the board of lady visitors prepared the refresh ments and frequently actually served the guests in person. The refresh ments were as a rule chicken salad and sandwiches. It was a point of honor among the ladies of the board to make the most delicious salad and delectable sandwiches. Many of the women now serving on the board of lady visitors inherited the post from their mothers, and their daughters, now “buds” and debutantes of several seasons, are in Gifts that are Expressive—Not Expensive OHE giving- of the practical conveys the holiday sentiment sensibly. Whether it is Slippers for the lounging hours; Hosiery for any occasion, or Buckles to adorn the Dress Shoes —you’ll be on the safe side in selection here. In Slippers In Ladies' Hosiery - In Mens Hosiery Indies’ Boudoir Mules, Our remarkable No. \r»n'c feather trimmed-8.00 22” Silk, Chiffon an d Men, Imported Wool and 900 Service weight. Hose—unusual patterns 2.00—3 pairs, 5.65 —2.00 to 275. Ladies’ Black Satin and Imported English Silk Patent Mules—4.oo and and Wool Ho#e —all Men’s Imported Fancy 5.00. shades—3.so. Lisle Hose—l.2s to 3.75. Imported French Silk Men’s Kid and Patent Hose, with Paris clock- Men’s Imported Golf Leather Slippers—£.oo. ings—6.so. Hose—3.7s to 12.00. A brilliant display of new designs—Cut Steel and Rhinestone Buckles 3.00 to 40.00. Arthur Burt Co. 1343 F Street Pa «* - - - Washington London 7 training to follow in the maternal footsteps. President Arthur set the precedent that the Chief Executive should at tend. His gracious example was fol lowed by his successor in office and with the exception of only a few years the rule has been faithfully followed by his successors. Mr. G. C. Moore Celebrates Eightieth Birth Anniversary Mr. C. C. Moore, one of the oldest lifetime residents of Forestville, Md., celebrated his eightieth birthday an niversary Sunday, December 12, at his son’s residence. In the company were his only living sister, Miss Mollie Moore, and his children, Mrs. William D. Cox and husband, Mr. John Moore and wife, Mr. William C. Moore and wife, Mrs. Benjamin White, Mrs. Charles R. Dodge and her husband, Mr. Herman Moore and his wife, and his son-in-law, A. C. Tucker; also his grandchildren, Effle, Alice, Marion, Daisy, Raymond, Melvin, William, George and Elsworth Moore; Mar guerite Cox, Morton, William and Ed ward Dodge, and Aubrey and Edwin White and wife, and his great-grand son, Edwin B. White, jr. Woman Democrats Will Be Hosts at Dinner Tomorrow evening the Woman’s National Democratic Club is giving a dinner, for its members and their guests, in honor of the newly elected Democratic Senators and their wives. Among the guests of honor will be Senator and Mrs. Harry B. Hawes, Senator David I. Walsh. Senators elect Alben Barclay and Mrs. Barclay, Elmer Thomas and Mrs. Thomas, Carl Hayden and Mrs. Hayden. Others who will be present include Senator and Mrs. Andrieus A. Jones, Senator and Mrs. Burton K. Wheeler, who will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Michelson: Representative and Mrs. William B. Oldfield, Repre sentative and Mrs. Cordell Hull, Mrs. Percy E. Quin, Admiral and Mrs. James Meredith Helm, Dr. and Mrs. Edward B. Meigs, Mr. and Mrs. Wil bur Hubbard, Mrs. Sarah Stokes Hal kett, Mrs. J. Harry Covington, Mrs. George M. Eckles, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Holcombe, Mrs. Frank Hiram Snell, Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunning ham, who will have as her guests Miss Mildred Cunningham and Mrs, Eva Coulter; Mr. and Mrs. John Munce, jr., Mrs. Charles Maddox of Richmond, Mrs. Blair Banister, Miss Chari Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Huston Thompson. THE BETTY HANNA 1613 CONNECTICUT AVENUE ! 1! WASHINGTON,O.O I WONE POTOMAC 4659 ; ' Announces a (Fashion Promenade j TUESDAY, DECEMBER ij: TWENTY - FIRST 1| 11 to IP. M. 3to 5 P.M. :|j | Mannequins Will Exhibit Advanced '! 8! 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