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SOCIETY Chief Executive and Mrs. Hoover Were Hosts to a Small Company at , Dinner Last Evening. f 4 **■ *■ M PRESIDENT and Mrs. Hoover en tertained at dinner last evening in the Executive Mansion, when their guests were the Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. Ray Lyman Wilbur, Mr. Justice and Mrs. Edward Terry Sanford, Senator and Lawrence C. Phipps, Senator David A. Reed, the president of Princeton Unit versity and Mrs. John Grier Hibben. the Rev. Edmund Walsh, Dr. and Mrs. J. Merriam, Mr. John Drinkwater and Mrs. Morrison and her son, Mr. Mor rison, of Chicago, who are guests at the White House. Mrs. Edward Everett Gann, sister of the Vice President, was the guest in Whose honor Mrs. William M. Jardine entertained at luncheon yesterday in the Little House of the Girl Scouts. The other guests were Mrs. Jacob Lean der Loose, Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh and Mrs. David Mulvane. Mrs. Gann will be the honor guest at the tea which the League of Republican Women will give tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock at 910 Seventeenth Btreet. Mrs. E. A. Harriman, president of the league, will receive, assisted by Mrs. Warren J. Haines, hostess for the day: Mrs. William WUlard and a group of members of the Junior League of Re publican Women. Presiding at the tea table will be Mrs. Jesse H. Metcalf, wife of Senator Metcalf: Mrs. Arthur H. Vandenberg. wife of Senator Vander berg, and Mrs. Frank Crowther. wife of Representative Crowther. The Ambassador of Spain and Senora de Padilla have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. George de B. Keim of Philadelphia, who are en route to their home from Palm Beach. Ambassador and Senora de Padilla entertained a small company at luncheon today in honor of their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Keim came to Washington to attend the*dinner given last evening by Senator and Mrs. Swanson in honor of the Ambassador of Great Britain and Lady Isabella Howard. Minister and Mrs. Massey Make Brief Visit in Canada. The Minister of Canada and Mrs. Massey left yesterday for a brief visit in Canada and will return to Washing ton Saturday. The Minister and Mrs. Massey were in New York Tuesday, where the Min ister addressed the American Academy of Arts and Letters. The Minister of the Netherlands and Mme. van Royen will be hosts at dinner this evening. The Minister of China and Mme. Wu returned to Washington last evening from New York, where the Minister at tended the banquet of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. The Min ister will go to Philadelphia tomorrow to attend the meeting of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Mr. Justice and Mrs. Harlan Fiske Stone will entertain at dinner this eve ning. Senator end Mrs. Claude A. Swanson entertained at dinner last evening at the Chevy Chase Club, in honor of the Ambassador of Great Britain and Lady Isabella Howard. The company in cluded the Secretary of Labor, Mrs. James J. Davis: the Ambassador of Peru, Dr. Hernan Velarde: the Ambas sador of Brazil, Senhor S. Gurgel do Amaral: the Ambassador to the Ar gentine and Mrs. Robert Wood Bliss, the Minister of Greece and Mme. Simopoulos, the Minister of Austria and Mme. Prochnik, the Minister of Egypt and Mme. Sarny Pasha, the Minister of Bulgaria and Mme. RadefT, the Min ister of Sweden and Mme. Bostrom, Senator and Mrs. Thomas F. Bayard, jr.; Senator and Mrs. Hiram Bingham, Senator and Mrs. Guy Despard Goff, Senator and Mrs. George Moses, Sena tor and Mrs. Jesse Metcalf, Senator Arthur Capper, Senator Thomas J. Walsh, Representative and Mrs. Patrick Henry Drewry, Rear Ad miral and Mrs. Edward Hale Campbell, Rear Admiral and Mrs. Cary Grayson, Judge and Mrs. Samuel Jordan Gra ham. the counselor of the Bolivian legation and Senora Jorge Boyd, the commercial counselor of the Swedish legation and Mme. Weidel, Brig. Gen. Charles MacCawley, Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard Crane. Mr. and Mrs. William Hard, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hubbard. Dr. and Mrs. Loren Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ber nard B. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. George Benville Keim, Judge and Mrs. C. C. McChord. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Owsley, Mr. and Mrs. McCeney Werlich, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Weddell, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Drury, Mrs. Henry C. Corbin, Mrs. \ aiOl CeMMECTIOJI AVI, DISTINGUISHED H. L Rust Company tool 15th St N. W, Main 5100 -f '*'**?*?****■"• - *±±. society; 1 Edgar L. Wood, Mrs. Henry F. Dimock, : Mrs. James F. Morris, Miss Josephine Patten, Miss Mary Patten, Mrs. Charles ' Boughton Wood, Mrs. Alvin Dodd, Mrs. ’ Emerson Howe, Col. Stanley Ford, Col. Harvey W. Miller and Mr. G. Howland i Shaw. Mrs. Royal S. Copeland entertained ' at luncheon yesterday, when her guests were Senora de Ferrara, Senora de Davila, Mme. Sarny, Senora de Diez de Medina, Mrs. Arthur H. Vanden berg, Mrs. S. Wallace Dempsey, Mrs. Ernest Ackerman, Mrs. E. Hart Fenn, > Mrs. Hamilton Fish, jr.; Mrs. William E. Hull, Mrs. Benjamin Foulois, Mrs. , Peyton Gordon, Mme. Sanchez Latour, Mrs. John Allan Dougherty. Mrs. Frank M. Kennedy, Mrs. William,R. Castle, jr.; Mrs. Rice W. Means. Mme. ; Gaburri, Mrs. Charles Porterfield Light, 1 Mrs. Robert F. Mackenzie, Mrs. Harley Payton Wilson, Mrs. Eldridge Moore, ’ Mrs. Frank L. Hatch, Mrs. William G. 1 Wheeler, Mrs. Charles Williamson, Mrs. Lester Wilson, Mrs. C. C. Calhoun, Mrs. 1 Clarence Grosner, Mrs. Macpherson ■ Crichton and Mrs. Samuel McFetridge. Representative Ruth Bryan Owen of 1 Florida will be the guest of honor and speaker for the Nebraska State Society in Meridian Mansions, at 2400 Sixteenth ' street, tomorrow evening at 8 o’clock. Dancing will follow the program. The chief of staff, U. S. A., and Mrs. Charles P. Summerall will entertain at , dinner this evening. 1 The chief of the secret service of [ the Treasury Department and Mrs. W. t H. Moran and their daughter. Miss - Aileen Moran, will remain at Geneva • for a week longer, when they will re , turn to this country. Several entertain ! ments have been given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Moran and their daughter. ! Mrs. George Akerson was hostess at luncheon yesterday, entertaining in the Little House of the Girl Scouts. In the company were Mrs. J. Gilfillan and Mrs. F. J. Nichels of Minneapolis, Mrs. Proctor L. Dougherty, Mrs. Sidney F. : Taliaferro and Miss Gertrude Bowman. ' Mrs. Stanley C. Sears was also a hostess at luncheon there yesterday , and had with her Mrs. William M. ; Corse. Gen. William E. Horton was host at a handsomely appointed dinner party I last evening, entertaining in his apart • ment. Maj. Gen. and Mrs. H. A. Smith of i Omaha, Nebr.. are now in Washington ; at the Mayflower, where they made duty home when Gen. Smith was on l duty here. He is now in command of ■ the 7th Corps Area, with headquarters > in Omaha. i Rear Admiral and Mrs. Andrew T. Long are passing several days at the ! Ritz-Carlton in New York. The Persian consul in Philadelphia and Mrs. Haig Herant Pakradoonl are 1 at the Mayflower, having come to at tend the reception in the Persian lega • tion yesterday. Col. and Mrs. William J. Donovan are . in New York, where they are staying at ! the Ambassador Hotel. ! Mrs. Charles Evans Hughes of New York has joined Mr. Hughes In Wash | ington at the Mayflower. Col. and Mrs. Guy V. Henry have re turned to their quarters at Fort Myer, I after a fortnight’s motor trip in the South. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cheney Hyde , of New York City will be at the May flower until tomorrow, when they will | go to Atlantic City for a few days on ’ their return trip home. Mr. Hyde came to Washington to attend the Interna tional law meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Hyde formerly lived in Chicago and later here while he was solicitor of the State De partment. Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. John W. Morse and Mr. Malver F. Morse of Washington are at Hotel Traymore, in ! Atlantic City, for the early Spring. Mr. and Mrs. Abram Garfield and their daughter, Miss Polly Garfield of Cleveland, are making a brief visit in Washington and are at the Mayflower. Mrs. Henry Riggs Rathbone, widow of Representative Rathbone of Illinois, has taken an apartment in the Ward man Park Hotel, where she plans.to be until June. Mrs. Rathbone has spent five weeks in New York and Atlantic . City. She will be joined next week by THE 'EVENING STATE, WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL’ 25, 1929.' her sister, Mrs. William A. Schertz of Pittsburgh. Large Company Received At Persian Legation Yesterday. A brilliant reception was given yes terday afternoon ny the Minister of Persia, Mirza Davoud Khan Meftah, to celebrate the anniversary of the coro nation of his imperial majesty Reza Shah Pahlavt. The legation was gay with American beauty roses and cut Spring flowers and ported flowers and plants outlined the stairway on either side. .A huge white cake, five layers high, formed an effective centerpiece for the table in the dining room. One of the most popular rooms in the lega tion was the real Persian den, where guests lingered long, chatting and smoking Persian cigarettes. The company attending was large and distinguished, representative of official, diplomatic and smart residential society. Among those who accepted the invitation were Mrs. Edward Everett Gann, the Secretary of the Treasury, Mr. Andrew W. Mellon: the Attorney General and Mrs. Mitchell, the Post master General and Mrs. Brown, the Secretary of the Navy, Mr. Adams: the Secretary of Commerce, Mr. Lamont; the Secretary of Interior and Mrs. Wilbur, the Secretary of Labor, Mr. Davis; the British Ambassador and Lady Howard, the Peruvian Am bassador, Dr. Velarde; the Mexican Ambassador and Senora de Tellez, the Brazilian Ambassador, M. do Amaral: the Spanish Ambassador and Senora de Padilla, Senorlta Dona Rasa Padilla, Senorlta Dona Maria Padilla, the French Ambassador and Mme. Claudel, the Belgian Ambassador and Princess de Ligne, Princess Elizabeth de Ligne, the Turkish Ambassador, Ahmed Mouhtar Bey ; the German Am bassador and Frau von Prittwitz und Gaffron, the Japanese Ambassador and Mme. Debuchi, the Argentine Ambas sador and Senora de Enclso, the Chilean Ambassador and Mme. de Davila, the Danish Minister, Mr. Con stantin Brun: the Uruguayan Minister and Mme. Varela, Mile. Varela, the Chinese Minister and Mme. Wu, tWe Hungarian Minister and Countess Szechenyi, the Finnish Minister, Mr. L. Astrom; the Colombian Minister and Senora de Olaya, the Irish Free State Minister and Mrs. Mac White, the Greek Minister and Mme. Simopoulos, the Austrian Minister and Mme. Proch nik, the Egyptian Minister and Mme. Samy, the Polish Minister, Mr. Felipo wicz; the Bulgarian Minister and Mme. Radeff, the Venezuelan Minister and Senora de Grisanti, the Senoritas Gri santi, the Dominican Minister and Se nora de Morales, the Albanian Minister, Mr. F. Konitza: the Rumanian Min ister and Mile. Cretziano, the Canadian Minister and Mrs. Massey, the Nor wegian Minister and Mme. Bachke, the Bolivian Minister and Senora de Me dina, the Costa Rican Minister, Senor Quesada: the Lithuanian Minister, Mr. B. Balutis; the Ecuadorian Minister and Senora de Zaldembide, the Czechoslovakian Minister and Mme. Vaverka, Mrs. William Howard Taft, Mr. Justice and Mrs. Sutherland, Senator and Mrs. Copeland, Senator and Mrs. Goff, Senator Walsh of Massachu setts, Senator Arthur Capper, Senator and Mrs. King, Senator Shortridge, Sen ator and Mrs. Swanson, Senator and Mrs. Key Pittman, Senator Theodore E. Burton, Miss Grace Burton, Senator and Mrs. James E. Watson, Representative t Painted Lace —as French as Paris! Beige lace, bloisoming forth with little red, orange, blue and green Bowers . . . it’s the very breath of Spring . . . and an artist'i confection of color! $75 French Shop—Second Floor >»fi : A Treat for Our Customers & | TWO-DAY SALE | j ANY Spring Coat | I 0. Values Up if l’/k m to $39 - 75 I IffiM s ls- ## I X A lot of coats, presenting every ♦ & r/,Lv iwiHHi new fashion trend offered, at LESS f 1 I PWM IIV THAN 9 N E-HALF PRICE at the XL X Wlfn \ (Hi very begi ll ™ ll ? of the coat season. |3 I \ Hf] New style! Perfect tailoring! 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Pourltch Pachitch, the former Chilean Ambassador, Senor Cruchaga; the counselor of the British embassy, Mr. Campbell; the commercial counselor of the British embassy, Sir John Broderick; the counselor of the Italian embassy, Count di Muriaglio; the counselor of the French embassy, Count de Sartiges; the counselor of the Turkish embassy and Mme. Bedy, the counselor of the German embassy, Herr Klep; the counselor of the Greek lega tion, Mr. Annlnos; the counselor of the Austrian legation and Mme. Hanen schleld, the counselor of the Polish legation, Mr. Zepkowski; the counselor of the Swedish legation, M. Assarsson; the counselor of the Netherlands lega tion, Mr. van Horn: the counselor of the Norwegian legation and Mme. Lundh, the counselor of the Czecho slovak legation and Mme. Skalicky. Gen. and Mrs. Summerall, Gen. and Mrs. Allen, Gen. and Mrs. Dalton, Gen. and Mrs. Kennedy, Gen. McCauley, Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Creed C. Ham mond, Maj. Gen. Barnett, Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Ashbury. Gen. and Mrs. Her bert O. Williams, Brig. Gen. William E. Horton. Col. and Mrs. W. C. Harlee, Col. James A. Ulio. Col. Stanley Ford, Col. and Mrs. Robbins, Col. M. C. Buckey, Col. and Mrs. Osum Latrobe, Col. and Mrs. Thorpe, Col. and Mrs. Kirtland, Col. Irving Carr, Col. and Mrs. D. C. McDermott, Col. and Mrs. John Stewart. Maj. and Mrs. Thomas H. Lowe, Maj. and Mrs. J. A. Green, Maj. and Mrs. Totten, Maj. and Mrs. Lyman, Maj. and Mrs. Parker West, Maj. and Mrs. Sinclair, Maj. and Mrs. Hardenburgh, Miss Hardenburgh, Maj. and Mrs. Edward H. Hicks, Maj. and Mrs. Waggaman. Miss Waggaman, Maj. and Mrs. Corbet, Mai. and Mrs. Thomas. Maj. Louis A. O’Donnell, Maj. Brackenburg. Maj. Eager, Capt. Dessey, Capt. and Mrs. Henry T. Allen, jr.; Capt. W. H. O'Mohundro, Lieut. Ken neth Hoeffel, Rear Admiral and Mrs. Huse, Rear Admiral and Mrs. Willard, Rear Admiral and Mrs. Gregory, Rear Admiral Stinckney, Comdr. and Mrs. Colby. Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. Hunter, Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. Wil liam D. Keeduff, Comdr. and Mrs. Monroe, Lieut. Comdr. Calvert Carey, the first secretary of Japanese embassy and Mme. Togo, the first secretary of the Mexican embassy and Senora de Campos-Ortiz, Gen. Villa. Capt. Lais, Comdr. Scaronl, Signor Vitetti of the Italian embassy, the naval attache of the Spanish embassy and Senora de Iglesian, the first secretary of the Cuban embassy and Senora de Baron, the military attache of the Cuban em bassy and Senora de Prieto, the naval attache of the French embassy and Mme. Sable, the first secretary of the Chilean embassy and Senora Viel, the military attache of the Chilean embassy and Senora de Galeno, the first secre tary of the Belgian embassy, Viscount de Lantsheere; the first secretary of the German embassy and Frau Leitner, the secretary of the Turkish embassy, Dr. Vahdy Bey; the first secretary of the Greek legation, Mr. Vrisakis; the first secretary of the Venezuelan legation. Senor Churion: the first secretary of the Dominican legation, Senor deMoya; the first secretary of the 'Canadian legation, and Mrs. Wrong, the first sec retary of the Costa Rican legation and Senora de Piza, the first secretary of the Czechoslovakian legation and Mme. Fisa, the secretary of the Swiss lega tion, Mr. Rurenacht; the secretary of the Panama legation, Senor Chevalier; i the secretary of the Finland legation, 1 Dr. Idman; the commercial attache of j the Egyptian legation, Mr. El-Issy; the second secretary of the Egyptian lega- j tion, Mr. Moursi; the commercial coun selor of the Polish /legation and Mme. Wankowicz, the commercial counselor of the Swedish legation and Mme. Wei- j del, the financial counselor of the Ru manian legation and Mme. Bonesco, the secretary of the Rumanian lega tion, Mr. Petala; the commercial secre tary of the Canadian legation and Mrs. Mahoney, the secretary of the Norwe gian legation and Mme. Sigveland, Mr. Hvistendahl of the Norwegian legation, the secretary of the Lithuanian legation, Dr. Bagdonas; the secretary of the Serbs, Mr. Staionovitch; the Brazil ten naval attache, Capt. F. Villar; the As (Continued on Nineteenth Page.) Unusually Charming Georgetown House Dated about 1812 and modernized 1 in the best of (rood taste. On the - first floor it has living room with open fireplace, nice sized dining room, kitchen, and bright room in rear opening on garden and having oak staircase leading up to a bed room and bath. The second floor front has two more bedrooms and bath. For information call Stone & Fairfax Main 2424 Conn. Ave. at K GEORGETOWN RESIDENCE Delightful home, containing ten rooms, two baths and lavatory; with oil burner. Frigidaire: brick garage and attractive Barden. The house has been carefully restored and is in perfect condition, and modern com forts have been installed without lessening its last-century charm. Can be bought completely furnished j with Interesting antiques if desired. : Priced for Immediate Sale Anply MISS HARLAN Beal Estate. Dec. 1703. 1207 19th Street. Si Opposite the British Bmbassv IS W —Suite* of unusually spa- “tiS a-, otous floor plan. Nine JSS W? Rooms, Three Baths, In- K eluding Servants’ Quar- |j Company J 8 a 1001 15th Rt. N.W. Vbl IF 11 M BT. Main 8100 Jf-tTH .W... * I /, )OQ TO SIXTEENTH STREET usg|Bßfl The facilities of a town house for mm correct entertain- Suites containing /H 5 nine rooms and v IBM SU three baths, with /“ electric refrlgera —On aristocratic above Scott —-T jfl H. L. RUST COMPANY 1001 lilh N.W. M. 8100 Isl B flßfl R appliqued on a ‘ ? ’*e 'Wy Jm 4 background of gold, and gold - V Mgf '' Jp ;j§ center buckle, this dainty BB 887 iH one-slrap in sunburn kid is BB|Pt>7 /Bp | sure to appeal to anyone KMBBPjf / B|f' with an appreciation of shoe Mwßp // j Hp beauty. It is also made : n ' * j P a * cn * with trim to match. 8888 i SJSaJlxiui . 4 “.. f .*===■». ,»,*>♦ JS» ■ -•* —E ■ BBBESSBBB -■■ ■ IBM M • • ----—— B 3 8 I —l ©CONNECTICUT 4fI^ENUE /M4RT /HOP/ 1 THa/jorJc Farrell m PWib-Wse May 12th » received from the Near Eastern —, , , . countries a shipment of lovely , , . The sunburn hours are growung raw si i k _ to be sold by the yard. », Inderwood and longer-pretty sunshiny bummer The demand for th f s product Lnderwood are -in”"ilh them come th, b«u- ‘'.nv ‘JofThouid’™ke -r tiful bip *traw hats so flattering *“* Spfn* trip "o ,™,h *p lt)*UT thoughtful. Phil to feminine charms. ‘a *rZZ w,-™.**,,. ; n rt?£s3Er*f dren to give to Straws have never been so al- n f t nn .„ their mothers on luring—when you see the large c * ,nArMtv that v«„ ran K*nWTS| Mother's Day— and varied collection at Phillip- 50 dear and pretty that you can IWWKgg May 12th. Louise you cannot resist. *«. V gh lt thc Jars_lt s a T ‘he time is get- Plain, ballibunta!, baku and aelighttul spread. ting short now—its only two most every straw you can think Near East Relief will soon weeks away. of are most essential for gay close but because the demand for There is nothing your loving linens and fluttering silks, chis- Near Eastern products has in- mother would appreciate more sons and prints of your Summer creased so tremendously and be- than a picture of you—and than wardrobe. cause their American market pro- an Underwood & Underwood pic- Due to the great demand—it 'ides the refugees an outlet for ture. would be wise for you to drop in their artistic workmanship— Underwood & Underwood is tomorrow to see them. Near East Industries is here to known everywhere famous 1509 Connecticut Avenue. stay. artists cf the Washington studio (3 Doors Above Dupont Circle.) Prices extremely moderate. produce the ultimate in photog j* 4 1334 Connecticut Avenue. ra^ y il * . . , ... ** Rich tones and natural likeness . - . make admirers exclaim at their . f/ * , beauty and say—“W h y this * portait looks as if it could talk.” Underwood & Underwood’s way - J I of taking pictures is so delightful J LT J that you never know just when ~ C , f f" 11 1 they have taken them. There is a busy hum at this ;; > § 3 1230 Connecticut Avenue, smart shop since Sunday’s an- ,' , r Decatur 4100. Monday and is continuing j| Jt jt Charming evening gowns, in- BBffifijWSjfl eluding importations at cost. ilyf 1 _ . _ Tweeds, jerseys, and wool fj, A €T F lUf El Al/ crepes also substantially reduced. 1 M*\» lU\lm#%lV m^ann^Hn^^rnlTs-nrfnts 5 Well cooked and perfectly sea- I I / ,^l 9Connect.cut chiffon« PP georgettes etc ’ soned^ food that really tastes^ “like The season ensemble of April 1728 Connecticut Avenue. om . e ' . ls T J , ’ e r r £, p v , utatlot ? ®*. 2* showers, intervening chilly days. (Between R& S Street! ’ ooc l at A . P-™ bass y by those and warm May blossom time is who appreciate the best. Dinner interpreted in a large showing of Jt is 75c. Sunday dinner,sl.oo, served ensembles in English coverts, in the old Embassy dining room tweeds and silks, prints, and chif jy • • p* facing S Street, Connecticut Ave- s on , at p as ternaks temimne rigures si Such a ~«*hing conectum O room is open 24 hours a day and have never seen—vour wardrobe Distinguished women in Europe it has become the most popular j s not com pletc without at least and America have saved time and night eating rendezvous in Wash- onp money by abandoning fruitless ington for parties after the bridge Smart shoppers’ expression, search and incorrect use of per- or dance. “typically Pasternak,” is enough haps harmful beauty treatments Dine at The Embassy, to tell you that they are Vogue's and preparations—and have gone Connecticut Avenue and S Street. last word : n something different to Elizabeth Arden’s Salon where and individual, beauty awaits you, too. Each ensemble is designed in Every woman can have a beau- ' style, cut, material and color to tiful figure—according to Eliza- flatter feminine charm, beth Arden’s - new plastic exer- j Colors are those that make up c ' scs - the rainbow, the flowers and First of all you must have cor- May sunsets, rect posture. Do you stand cor- - You may be surprised to know rectly? that they are not expensive. The result of correct posture, /TTr There are prices to suit every 'and correct weight and measure- m - frfQ purse, ments according to height is \JW achieved by new plastic exercises given in Elizabeth Arden’s Salon J* —is a perfect figure. p or Mother’s Day gifts you. further information will be need i ook no farth er than Mr. gladly given you by calling Foster’s Remembrance Shop for Decatur 2WU boundless variety of suggestions. or dropping in to Elizabeth . , Supper Arden's Salon. You may find costume jewelry dances at n . A and scarfs and bags elsewhere V—'f Ilf ) a Connecticut Avenue. Foster’s are always a bit un- W a r dman j* jt jl usual and different. Park Hotel They have long strands of |M (nightly ex- Y\ " !• • nicely cut imitation crystals in ( c<pt Sunday # l/3/f/»/Y/»f/>C chartreuse and amethyst that are ■ until 1 a.m.) X/vCIVllv(vO most attractive—sl.oo. YffltjmM are the ones -that are both delicious and One of these, together with a to go to for a different are found at Napoleon’s. handmade handkerchief and col- marvelous It is the tasty pretty little orfu filmy scarf, would be a evening, touches that make a party lunch- lovely present. ' ou ** * eon or dinner—and the grand But space does not permit to l[ fw f c y °. n / : s ° u part of it is that all you have to tell you about the countless rlO Know mere— do is call Columbia 8955 and order others—you must go in and V and once yo“ your entire menu and the expert browse about. i, b .* *,5*511* caterers of this pastry shop will Note—Have you seen the new %Wer tiwn Cord Orehei deliver it to your door any tune ash trays whic \ just came in- fn. i.Hun * up to 11 p.m. f J an ivory net designed crockery the one followin * 1S Hunt * Fresh fruit tarts, French and cylinder containing four little >j' . __j x.:. t,i. Danish pastries, Belgian sweets, p ' stel crocker y ash trays-they o'rK a S wnnwn fancy ice creams, candies and are verv effective on the table. nr7h#^ra sa? »" «««'•'“ »' 1023 Connecticut Avenue. " Vo’r cathedral Mansions Bldg. (Between K and L) tions, call Oscar >|j 3000 Connecticut Avenue. ' 1305 F Street. Columbia 2000. SOCIETY.'