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(Continued From Eighteenth Page t has been assigned a box, in which Sen ators and Representatives from that State may meet and greet their friends and constituents. Young lady sponsors for each State will be announced at the meeting and requested by the president to act as an introductory committee, whose special province shall be to ex tend the acquaintance among members and guests from their own and other States. This is the first of the Southern So ciety's social gatherings for the Winter season and is attracting many new members from all parts of the South, all anticipting a series of enjoyable meetings and entertainments through out the Winter, Mrs. Lawrence Townsend will enter tain at luncheon on Wednesday at the Mayflower following the first of the i 1929-30 series of musical morning con- J certs in compliment to the artists ap- i pearing on the program. Miss Anna I Case, soprano, and Mr. Giuseppe' De | Luca, baritone. Other prominent Washington host esses who have already arranged to [ have guests with them at luncheon on Wednesday at the Mayflower are Mrs. Walter F. George, Mrs. Wallace Demp sey, Mrs. Charles A. Eaton, Mrs. Wil liam Jardinc, Mrs. Gillett Hill, Mme. Henry Roso, Mrs. Thomas H. C. Reed, Mrs. William E. Baker, Mrs. E. Thropp, Mrs. W. P. Tams, Mrs. Ralph Worthing ton. Mrs. C. C. McCord. Mrs. Allen Buchanan, Mrs. S. Gilliland and Mrs. Warwick Montgomery. Mr. H. M. Clarke entertained a com pany of 12 at dinner last evening at the Carlton, among his guests being Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Tuckerman. Miss Jennie Mason Gibbes is sailing December 2 on the Empress of Australia I for a cruise around the world, returning April 17. Miss Gibbes has been enter tained at a number of bon voyage parties. Miss Reine H. Vander Heide of Amsterdam. Holland, was a week end guest at the Dodge Hotel with Miss Elizabeth Bronger of Middletown, Conn. Maj. E. E. Brown of the Air Corps, Tl. S. A., has arrived in Washington from Wright Field, Ohio, and is at the Carlton. The guest of honor at the "Hour With Great Story Tellers" that Mrs. Florence Jackson Stoddard is to give at the Portland Hotel tomorrow’ will be Mrs. Alice De Witt Widdemer of New’ York, who has come to spend the Winter in Washington. The annual pre-Christmas bazaar of the Woman's Guild of the Waugh Meth odist Episcopal Church, headed by Mrs. E. Lee Huntt, president, will be held at the church, Third and A streets northeast, tomorrow and Wednesday evenings. A turkey supper will be served by the ladies of the congregation, be ginning at 5 o’clock. The Edgar and the Alpha classes, headed by Mrs. Allen Poore, wife of the pastor of the church, are combining to present to the public view’ on Tuesday and Wednesday an exclusive assortment of beautiful gifts of all kinds. The mothers’ class, headed by Mrs. Selina Bare, has spent much time in discovering and securing the most at tractive "bazaar” articles, which may be seen at its novelty table. The fancy table is not being outdone, however, and’ Mrs. Merwin H. Browne, together with her Sunday school class, will pre sent an assortment of useful and fancy articles that will make lovely gifts for Christmas. In addition, there are to be all sorts and kinds of delicious con fections to tempt the appetite, under the direction of the Anna May Wood class; also homemade cakes will be for sale by Miss Mary Lyons. Grab-bags, under the personal direction of Mrs. Walter Marlowe, superintendent of the intermediate department, will be oi interest to the smaller children. Wedding in Montana Os Special Interest ilere. The marriage of Miss Sue Swearingen to Mr. John Page Roberts took place Thursday at noon in 'the Episcopal Church, Great Falls, Mont. The cere mony was performed by the rector, Rev. James Todd. Miss Hazel Swear ingen, a sister of the bride, was the bridesmaid, and Dr. Arthur Chichester of Great Falls was best man. A Thanksgiving dinner followed at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Swearingen, the young couple sharing the honors with them, it being the thirty-seventh anni versary of their wedding. Mrs. Ernest M. Roberts of New York City and Mrs. Crosby of Great Falls were among the guests, Mr. Roberts is the son of Mrs. Ernest M Roberts and the late Representative Roberts of Massachusetts. He served In the United States Marine Corps dur ing the war. Mr. Roberts and his bride left later for Helena, from where they will motor to the coast and San Francisco. They will spend the Winter in Santa Barbara. Mrs. W. Wallace Chiswell of the Wardman Park Hotel is spending sev eral days at the Hotel Delmonlco, Park avenue and Fifty-ninth street, New York City. She attended the Army- Notre Dame game Saturday with a party of friends. A wedding of considerable interest, but with few details, is that of Mr. Robert Woodward Hathaway, brother of Mr. Harrison R. Hathaway of this city, to Mrs. Dudley Beaumont, ruler of Sark, one of the Channel Islands, suc ceeding to that exalted place at the death of her father, Mr. William Col lings, two years ago. Mrs. Hathaway was married at the age of 17 and was left a widow 11 years ago. She has six children. Her eldest son is now in the Royal Air Force. The Parliament of Sark over which she presides is called Chief Pleas. Mr. Hathaway, and Mrs. Beaumont were married last month. The four local chapters of Kappa Beta Pi National Legal Sorority en tertained Miss Reine Van Der Heide of Amsterdam, Holland, at a reception in her honor at the Woman's University Club, last evening. 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She gave a very interesting talk on this subject at the reception. Miss Van Der I Heide is returning to Holland in a few weeks, having completed her survey in this country. Among the other guests were Miss Elizabeth Brunger, whose home is Rot terdam, Holland, and the members of the local Radcliffe Club. At the reception, it was announced that Mme. Garzouzie of Cairo, Egpyt, has become an honorary member of Kappa Beta Pi. Mme. Garzouzie is the first woman to become a member of the bar of that country. Mr. and Mrs. William North Sturte vant entertained a company at the Club Chantecler supper dance on Saturday i evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall Eastman of East Falls Church, Va., have issued in vitations to the marriage of their daughter, Eleanor Russell, to Mr. Charles Rogers Fenwick of East Falls !A "' ... —■■ SB - - - It’s Christmas s9 £ s „®T"’ M Time at - - Di t?r - 6 I— ~W"- THTTHT 5 iHS® I VM"KZ, fi -y— w -y ■ M Hi* broom closets will hold all ■ ■”*""■ fl ■ fl ■ I <—— JB. mAJU JBL JHLBL—JLJBL JKL The linen closets have 4 shelves and I a compartment fqr so led linen. I F Street 6t Seventh - The dish closets have 4 shelves. I^jjpr^gr^ ~ •' Green, prey or white. I - (Third Floor, The Women’s Full-Fashioned S Hi S lockings I Almora Ji *C«. $29.95 5-Pc. breakfast Suites Gun Metal I —"■ and others s*44 H %f •.>*' Time to consider Christmas presents, and a woman Ordinarily } Oil \\ Ollld have to pay more at tile whole never has too many hose. These are offered in two sa^e P r ice. All ideal Sllite for a breakfast nook or small weights, chiffon or medium. Both clear, all silk. apartment. The table has drop leaves and measures Many of tha chiffon weight have picot tops, all have 30x41 ' nclleS wKeU °P en - The cl,a!rS are bow-backed lisle-lined soles. The medium weight have soles and Windsor style. (Third Floor, The Heeht Co.) tops interlined with lisle for longer wear. (Mein Floor, The Hecht CO.) $3.50 Manning. n [ $1.40 Wear-Ever Bowman Electric tiaduitor Aluminum roaster Shields ~ I Saucepan Nickel plated. Toasts rvj* J , . .7 _ . two slices of bread at one “0.V5 <» “■ JM 3-quart swe, with cover. $-| ! time. With cord and & 8 | ~- JOk Made ° f h . cav r <i ua,lt y hard * Ij plug. I ened aluminum. -■* (Third Floor. The Hecht Co.) ■ B- ' (Third Floor, The Hecht Co.) $1.75 Wear-Ever Protect your wall, and Waldorf Toilet i Aluminum Griddle &KS fr ,°h™ d h£ t T d£!™“ s j rrill Tissue, 10 Rolls fop jp*Ks%sriJz *1 «■*«•- 27,053 IHlimilllM 50c (Third Floor. The Hecht Co.) D. orders. (Third Floor. The Hecht Co.) _ - (Third Floor. The Hecht Co.) $lO Manning - bowman •—— —l Electric Waffle Molds ’' g ‘* g $1 Delivers $22.50 Manning - 110 ic man [ \j7 » i Electric Urn Sets II * Wear-Ever Aluminum *ls Roaster Free With This Ifejf 9-cu P sire paneled shap, urn, nickel plated, witl Porcelain G as Range &r~~U SzXtjKr 1 O (Third The Hecht K9Q.95 Ait . $1.39 Folding Ironing Board All-porcelain ,exterior range, with rust-proof oven ~ ~ * linings. Has four large burners and an enameled serv- $1 \ ice drawer. Regulation apartment size. White enamel trimmed in grey. Folding board, that is (Third Floor. The Hecht co.) adjustable to two heights. Made of clear white wood. Strongly braced. mm (Third Floor. The Hecht Co.) Church Tuesday, December 10, at 4:30 o’clock, at the Falls Church, Falls Church. Va. Miss Arline Harman, Goucher Col lege, Baltimore, and her sister, Miss Gene Harman, Bryn Mawr, are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Frank Har man, at the Hotel Grafton. Mrs. E. C. Thomas and Mrs. L. A. Simon will be joint hostesses tomorrow to the board of directors of the Twen tieth Century Club, at the home of Mrs. Thomas, Kirkslde, Silver Spring, Md. The board will meet at 11 o'clock and later luncheon will be served and bridge will be played. Wednesday Mrs. Thomas will be hostess to the members of the hospitality committee at luncheon and bridge. Miss Florence E. Pope, Marblehead, Mass., Is visiting Mrs. J. C. Anderson at the Hotel Grafton. Parker-Harry Wedding In Eidbrook Church. An attractively arranged wedding took place In Eidbrook Methodist Episcopal Church Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock when Miss Helen Rebecca Harry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Harry, became the bride of Mr. Alvin McAdam Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeptha M. Parker, the Rev. S. Carroll Coale officiating. Chrysanthemums, oak leaves, ferns and palms formed an effec tive setting for the ceremony, and while the relatives and guests were assembling Miss Margaret Morgan played selections of nuptial music and Mrs. Harry Angelica sang “Because'’ and "Noon and Night.” The bride was given In marriage by her father, and wore the wedding gown of her sister, Mrs. Derrick, formerly Miss Elisabeth Harry. It was charm ingly fashioned of ivory-white satin along princess lines. Her veil was of tulle, held in place by a wreath of orange blossoms, and she carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley, Mrs. Franklin L. Derrick attended her sister as matron of honor, wearing a gown of green taffeta with satin slip- i pers to match and a gold lace hat. Her J flowers were burnt orange chrysanthe mums. The bridesmaids were Miss Olga Yowell, Miss Estelle Derrick, Miss Mary Armstrong and Miss Margaret Parker. They wore taffeta dresses In shades of gold and orange with gold »nd brown hats and carried burnt orange chrysanthemums. Mr. Lawrence Harry, brother of the i 19 bride, was best man and the ushers were Mr. Frederick X. Robey, Mr. Charles Futterer, Mr. FVgnklln L.. De rrick and Mr. Robert. Beatty, a cousin of the groom from Philadelphia. Mrs. Harry, mother of the bride, wore a gown of blue chiffon with a shoulder bouquet of sweetheart rosesand Mrs, (Continued on twenty-second Page, ) Shore Dinners, SI.OO, $1.50, $2.00 !