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SOCIETY
(Continued From Eighteenth Page!
Grosvonor. who will make her debut
next Winter. The company wall in
' elude about 200 young people.
Mrs. .Grosvenor will- have assisting
her Mrs John Oliver La Gorce, Mrs.
James Alexander Lyon, Mrs. Granville
Fortescue, Mrs. Melville Grosvenor. Mrs.
Robert Simonds and Mrs. IJelep Ray
Hagner. Miss Grosvenor will have with
her Miss Marion Fortescue, Miss Elea
nor .Whitaker. Mis* Nan Surface, Miss
Patsy Ridsdale, Miss Polly Foote and
Miss Adair Larson, who arrived yester
* day to spend the Summer with Miss
> Grosvenor, Miss Larson is the daughter
Hos Capt. and Mrs. Leander Larson of
Fort Lewis, Wash.
r Mrs. Grosvenor will wear a flowered
‘chiffon gown and her daughter will be
“ in a fuchsia chiffon frock. Miss I.arson
Will wear a flowered chiffon gown.
k ,. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Snow, jr.. will
entertain at dinner this evening at the
Purple Iris for their niece. Miss Nancy
6. Beale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Lewis Beale, whose marriage
. to Mr. William T. Mann will take place
tomorrow afternoon.
i “
Mrs. Griflin Halstead and'her daugh
• ter. Miss Mollie Halstead of New' York
... have arrived in Washington for the
V wedding of Miss Elizabeth Mohun,
7 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barry Mohun.
which will take place on Saturday. Miss
Halstead will be maid of honor for Miss
Mohun, who is her cousin.
•Mrs. Royali McKenna was hostess at
luncheon yesterday in compliment to
Mrs. Alfred Sloan and Mrs. Frederick
Fisher of Detroit, who are guests at the
White House. Mrs. Edward Everett
Gann Was among the guests.
Mrs. John Allan Dougherty enter
tained informally at tea yesterday after
noon.
Mrs. Gaillard Hunt and her two
daughters. Miss Eleanor Hunt and Miss
Marv Cornelia Hunt, will sail Saturday
on the Lapland to spend three months
. in France. They will be accompanied
by their cousin, Miss Ramsay, daughter
of Mrs. Martin Ramsay.
Mrs. Wallace Chiswell entertained 11
at dinner last night at the Plage Deau
ville at Wardman Park Hotel. Others
entertaining at dinner at Deauville in
cluded Mr. Edward Kyle, Mr. Burton
Emerson and Mr. Robert B. Cason.
Former Senator William M. Butler
arrived in Washington today and is at
the Willard. He plans to remain sev
eral days.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Leighty have
as their guest at the Wardman Park
; Hotel Mr. Gayer Dominick of New York.
Miss Dorothy Dial, daughter of for
mer Senator and Mrs. Nathaniel B.
Dial, has returned to Washington after
attending the graduation exercises at
Annapolis and Johns Hopkins Uni
versity.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garrett have
been joined at the Wardman Park Hotel
by their- daughter. Miss Katharine Gar
rett, who motored to Washington from
New York, accompanied by Miss Ottilie
Cosden. She attended the commence
ment exercises at Ogontz School, near
Philadelphia, before coming here.
Mrs. Anne S. Wilson and her daugh
ter. Miss Julia Elizabeth Wilson, for
merly of Chevy Chase, Md., will sail to
morrow for England. They will travel
through England and Prance, and later
Miss Wilson will take a course at Ox
ford University.
Mrs. W. P. Tams is making a brief
visit in Washington at the Mayflower
on her way to Magnolia, Mass., for the
Bummer. Mrs. Tams spent the tenter
and early Spring at the Mayflower, and
during the past month has been visiting
in Memphis, Tenn., and also in Tams,
W. Va.
Mrs. E. L. Hoffman entertained a
large party at dinner last night at th£
Plage Deauville at Wardman Park Ho
. tel.
June Weddings Continue
To Interest Society Here.
The marriage of Miss Helen Frances
Moran, daughter of Mrs. Patrick
Thomas Moran, to Mr. .Abner Bernard
Drury, son of Mr. Peter A. Drury, will
take place this afternoon. The cere
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mony will be performed at I o’clock in
St. Matthew's Church. The rector, the
Rev. Edward L. Buckey, will officiate,
and a reception will follow in the home
of the bride's mother at 1532 Sixteenth
street. The church will have a simple
arrangement of calla lilies with palms
• and ferns ancf Mr. D. J. O’Brien, bari
tone. will sing the "Ave Maria" and Mr.
Malton Boyce, organist of the church,
. will play the wedding music.
’ The bride will be escorted by her
, brother, Dr. Robert Emmett Moran, and
will wear an effective costume of cream
; color moire made with train and her
L veil of Limerick lace will be held by a
. cap of Normandy lace. She will carry
. a sheaf of calla lilies.
Mrs. Edward Kyle will be matron of
honor and will be in a com flower blue
; point d’espirit, the low waist line mark
' ed with a vellow taffeta bow at one side,
and she will wear a hat of horse hair
braid in the sfyide to match her gown.
Miss-Catherine O'Donnell will be maid
i of honor and her dress is like that of
t Mrs. Kyle in yellow point d’espirit with
a com flower blue bow and her hair
braid hat matches the dress.
Mr. Leo Drury will be best man for
his brother and the ushers will include
Mr. Joseph A. Rafferty. Mr. James
O'Donnell Moran and Mr. Michael
Keane of Washington and Mr. George
A. Schweymann, jr„ of New Orleans.
Mrs. Moran, mother of the bride, will
receive with the tride and bridegroom,
and will have a gown of black Chantilly
lace with a small black hat.
Later in the afternoon Mr. Drury and
his bride will leave for a wedding trip
when she will wear a dress of beige
crepe and a hat to match with a black
moire coat and slippers. They will
make their home in Washington.
Among the out-of-town guests are
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Langdon and Mr.
Franklin Fogarty of Philadlephia. Mr.
and Mrs. Oswald Schuette of Chicago
and Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Burke of
New York.
Miss Marie Louise Albers was married
' last evening to Ensign Laurence Hugh
| Frost. U. S. N., son of Mrs. J. B. Frost
lof Vinita. Okla. The ceremony was
performed in the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Albers, at
1340 Rhode Island avenue, the Rev. J.
F. Wenchel officiating, at 8 o’clock. The
house had a pretty arrangement of
Easter lilies and green branches and an
interesting program of wedding music
was given by Mrs. William Gramms,
who sa-ng several solos, and Mr. Anton
Kaspar, violinist and his daughter, Miss
Priska Kaspar, pianist. .
The bride was given in marriage by
her father, and wore white satin
simply made and trimmed with duchesse
lace. Her veil was of rare old rose
point lace and she carried a conven
tional bouquet.
Mrs. Joe Earman. jr., of West Palm
Beach, Fla., was matron of honor and
had a dainty costume of green organdy,
the sash of ribbon in rainbow shades to
blend with the frocks of the brides
maids. Miss Katharine Slater of
Columbus, Ohio. Miss Katharine Brown,
Miss Marion Fulton and Miss Mari
Morhart of Washington were brides
maids. and they were in shaded dresses
of organdy in green, salmon, pink and
orchid and their sashes of taffeta had
long trailing streamers. Little Georgia
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THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON, H. C., THURSDAY JUNE 13, 3323.'
. Anne Barman was flower girl In a
i dainty pink organdy frock, and young
Joy Henry Earman. ring bearer, wore
i a white satin blouse and black aatln
i trousers.
Ensign B. N. Rittenhouse, U. S. N„
i was best man. The ushers Included
Ensign D. L. McDonald, Ensign W. M.
Halloran. Ensign M. C. Blinn and En
sign H. C. Prius. all U. S. N.
A reception followed the ceremony,
Mrs. Albers receiving with the bride
and bridegroom. Her gown was of
beige chiffon and lace. Later in the
evening Ensign and Mrs. Frost left for
a wedding trip, the bride traveling in
an ensemble of dark blue crepe and fig
ured silk with a hat to match. Among
the out-of-town guests were Mrs. J. E.
Moffat of New York, and Mr. J. A. Mor
hart of Mlddleport. Ohio.
The bride is a member of one of the
oldest families in the District, her
father’s family having lived here for
several generations. Ensign Frost Is a
native of Fayetteville. Ark., and Is the
“son of the late J. B. Frost and his
mother was formerly Miss Elizabeth
Jane Walker of Missouri. He is a
•direct descendant of Daniel Boone and
Col. Walker.
The marriage of Miss Lettice Lee
Coulling of Leesburg, Va.. and Balti
more, daughter of Mrs. William Meade
Coulling and the late Maj. Coulling,
U. S. A., to Mr. William B. Streett, son
of Mrs. John Rush Streett and the late
Mr. Streett of Harford County, Md., will
take place Saturday, June 29, In the
chapel of Emmanuel Protestant Episco
pal Church.
Owing to mourning, only members of
the Immediate families and a few inti
mate friends will attend,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Irving Doyle of
Chevy Chase announce the engagement
of their daughter Evelyn Palmer to Mr.
W. Merle Kline of New York City, son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Kline of Wash
ington.
Miss Doyle, a great niece of the late
Henry Gurdon Marquand, president of
the Metropolitan Museum, attended ele
mentary and art schools in Washington,
and is a member of the Sigma Epsilon
Sorority.
Mr. Kline is a graduate in engineer
ing of the University of Maryland and
is a member of the Delta Sigma Phi
Fraternity.
The wedding will take place in Sep
tember.
Mrs. Doyle will entertain at bridge
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; Country Club June 22.
A wedding of more than usual inter
est In Washington took place yesterday
in Harrisburg, when Miss Jane Olm
sted. daughter of Mrs. Vance C. Mc-
Cormick. became the bride of Mr.
Arthur Amory Houghton, jr., son of
Mrs. Arthur A. Houghton of Coming,
N. Y. The ceremony took place In
! St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church.
The bride was given in marriage by
, Mr. McCormick, and she had as her
matron of honor her sister. Mrs. Spen
cer G. Nauman, and the other attend-
I ants were Mrs. Alan G. Rinehart, Miss
Marie Parish. Miss Frances Ottley of
New York. Mrs. Amory Houghton of
Coming, N. Y.; Miss Laura Wyne of
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Belts and Buckles Pocket Lighters
Umbrellas Gladstone Bags
Suit Cases Military Brushes
Brief Cases Book Ends
Wardrobe Trunks Desk Sets
Wallets Travel Sliders
Cigarette Cases Pen and Pencil Sets
Dressing Cases Travel Bags
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, Philadelphia and Miss Esther Shoup,
Miss Dallas Fox and Miss Virginia Fox
of Harrisburg.
Mr. Amory Houghton, causin of the
bridegroom, was best man, and the
ushers were Mr. Marlin E. Olmsted of
San Francisco, Mr. Alan -G. Rlgehart,
Mr Henry C. Olmsted, Mr. Robert O.
Bishop. Mr. Jacquelin A. Swords, Mr.
Orton P. Jackson, Mr. Robert P. Gibb,
Mr. J. Willetts Outerbridge, Mr. Peter
Baldwin, Mr. Dudley P. K. Wood, Mr.
Rodman K. Tilt of New York, Mr.
Glenn W. Cole of Coming. N. Y., and
Mr. C. Pardee Foulke of White Marsh.
Mr. Houghton and his bride will sail
today on the France and will travel In
Europe until mid-August. They will
: reside to Coming.
, The bride's father, the late Mr. Mar
c lin Edgar Olmsted, for 16 years was
Representative in Congress from the
, eighteenth district of Pennsylvania.
' She attended the Seller School and was
. graduated from the Foxcroft School,
Middleburg, Va. She also studied at
’ the Sorbonne in Paris. She made her
debut last season and was presented at
• the first court in London in
’ The bridegroom is the
former United States Ambassador W
; Great Britain and Mrs. Alanson B.
j Houghton.
1 The wedding of Miss Priscilla Wal
> lace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
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