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SOCIETY
Mrs. Doak Plans Afternoon A1 Fresco
Party at Her Home in V
for Political League.
Mrs william n. doak. wife
of the Secretary of Labor, will
entertain at a Barden
Monday afternoon. Scptembei
"1 at 2:30 o’clock, at nei
jsafj sasru
M S Bo,t has plaracd at hrr ctorm
intr country home, the first to be gnor
Sunday afternoon, when h ".euests will
be members of the Womens National
Press Club.
Mrs Robert Patterson Lament wife
rs the Secretary rs Commerce, will c osc
their Summer home at Land o Lakes,
Vis., tiv end cf the month and return
Eskridge Saltzrvm has !
Joined Mr. Saltzman at their home in
New York. She spent a short time with
her mother in Wisconsin. Mrs. oilU
iv.an was before her marriage Miss
Gertrude Lamont.
Ceun*ess Szechcnvi ar.d Miss G adys
Szechcnyi. wife and daughter of the
Minister' of Hungary, who have been .
with the former’s mother. Mrs. cor
ner's Vanderbilt in Newport, are now
in New York. Miss Szechenyi with Miss
Stephanie de Neufville. daughter of
Mme de Neufville ar.d Jules J de Ncm.
Mile, will sail later in the week for
Europe to enter school.
Countess Szechenyi will return to
Newport to remain until the arrival
of the Minister, who is now in his
Hungarian home.
Representative and Mrs. Bloom
Giving Interesting Party Saturday.
Representative and Mrs. Sol Bloom
wiJ have a group of interesting guests
at t"a Saturdsy afternoon at Hemlcck
Hedge when they entertain Mrs. D. H.
Davison, who will arrive from N v w
York accompanied by several young
girls. Mrs. Davison, who is affection
ately known at mibtary posts through
out the country rs "M'thcr Davison."
has givrn much of her time to arrang
ing amateur performances to entertain
• the men in the service. Sh° not only
plans the shows but gives the financial
support. "Mother Davison" and the
group of young women who will come
with her to Washington to put on sev
er? 1 performances at posts in Washing
ton. Mrs. Davison, who is th- wife of
Dr. D. H. Davison, is an aunt of Mr.
Hubert Fr-hman. architect of the Wash
ington Cathedral. Her brother. Mr.
Charles Frohman, was lost on the Lusi
tania.
Representative Adam M. Wyant, who
came to the Capital several days ago,
has be-n joined by Mrs. Wyant and their
daughter. Miss Anne Moore Wyant, a
debutante for this season. They have
for several vrar.s occupied a large apart
ment at Wardman Pa.k Hotel.
Representative Aiming S. Prall of
New York was among those who enter
tained at luncheon yesterday at the
Carlton.
The Assistant Pecretary of State and
Mrs. James Grafton Rogers arc mov
ing to Wardman Park Hotel today. |
where they have taken an apartment
for the coming season. They are going
to Wardman from the home of Mr. Al- j
1-n T. Klotz, six-rial assistant to the j
Secretary of State, where they haye
been living during the latter’s absence
from the city.
Miss Allison L. O'Brian and Miss
Frances C. O’Brian, daughter of the
assistant to the Attorney General, and
Mrs. John Lonrd O'Brian, made a flying
trip to Washington the early part of
the week, opening their apartment at
Wardman Park Hotel for their bri"f
Slav, end again leaving the Capital yes
terday.
The former United state.- Ambassador
to Spain and Mrs. Ogden 11. Hammond
arrived in New York yesterday on the
lie d? France from Europe, where they
spent the Summer.
Mr. Aubrey C. Hastings of New York
is the guest of his father. Mr. George
Aubrey Hastings, administrative assist
ant to the President, at 2908 Thirty
second street.
The commandant of Fort Myer, Col.
Tlarry N. Cootcs, will be joined today
by Mrs. Cootcs and their son and
daughter. Mr. M rr.it Coo’.rr- and Miss
Mary Cootcs. who will arrive this after- j
nc'-n from the Far W -t. where they!
have fc n f r : v ra.l week.',.
Mr. Wlarh s’.aw Sokolcwski, counselor
of the Polish embassy, entertained at ;
luncheon yesterday at the Carlton.
The United States Ambassador to the
Court of St. James and Mrs. Charles
G. Dawes entertained at tea yesterday
afternoon at the embassy in London
in honor of the Gold Star Mothers and
widows, most of whom lost their sons
and husbands at sea during the war.
The alien property custodian, Mr.
Howard Sutherland, is in New York,
where he went to meet Mrs. Sutherland,
aho arrived Tuesday after several weeks’
stav abroad. Mr.'Sutherland accom
panied Mrs.,Sutherland to Europe, re-!
maintng for but a short stay and re
turning to Washington. Mrs. Suther
land was accompanied from Europe by !
Mrs. Henry Mayo of Denver, mother of
her son-in-law. Mr. Paul Mayo.
The alien property custodian and
Mrs. Sutherland, with Mrs. Mayo, re
mained in New York after th? latter’s
arrival to greet Mr. and Mr. Paul Mayo,
who came in on the lie de Fiance yes
terday from a Sumir.-r abroad. Mrs.
Mayo was before her marriage Miss
Katherine Sutherland. Mr. Mayo now 1
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SOCIETY.
holds the chair of international affairs
at the University of Denver. After a
stay in the East, Mr. and Mrs. Ma\o
will return to their home in Denver.
Miss Shouse Debutante of
1931-22 Season in Capital.
Miss Elizabeth Shouse, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jouett Shouse. has been
added to the debutante list of the com
ing season. No plans have been mado
fer her formal debut and arrangements
will probably not be made until the re
turn the first week in October of Mrs.
Shouse and her daughters, Miss House
and Miss Marian Shouse, from Nan
tucket, where they have been since
i early Summer. Particular interest hr
j poltlical circles will center about, the
| debut of Miss Shouse, for the future
bud’s father is chairman of the Exec
utive Committee of the Demccratic
National Committee.
Miss Shouse attends Wellesley Col
lege and her debut will undoubtedly
| take place during the holiday season
of Thanksgiving or Christmas. The
prospective bud attended the debut
yesterday at Great. Neck. Long Island.
I of Miss Virginia Hunter, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fenley Hunter. About
225 cf the debutante set of the North
Shore were among the guests. Miss
Marion Shouse, younger sister of the
bud. graduated from Dvr.a Hall last
: year and is expected to enter Wellesley
this Winter.
Brig Gen. and Mrs. Samuel T. An
sc’l will entertain at a dinner dance
this evening at Congressional Club for
Miss Anna Dodge Sturgis, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sturgis of Chevy
Chase, Md . and their son. Mr. Burr
Tracy Ansell. whose marriage will take
place Saturday at 4:30 o'clock in the
All Souls’ Unitarian Church. Tomor
row evening Miss Annie Graham will
entertain at a dinner dance ?t the
Shoreham for Miss Sturgis and Mr.
Ansell snd the members of their wed
ding party.
Mai. Gen. and Mrs. Kan son E Ely
and Brig Gen and Mrs John Ross
Dclafield will be the honor guests at
a larci- reception October 8. following
the presentation to Get: DelafUld of
the Commander of the Crown of Italy.
The presentation v '1 be made by ti:r
Italian consul general in New York.
Signor Emmanuele Grazzi.
Rear Admiral Mark I. Bristol. U. S
N . and Mrs. Bristol with Capt. Frank
Kellogg, U. S N, motored to Watch
Hill, K. I, with their hostess. Mrs.
Irving Hall Chase Inst evening nnd
were entertained at dinner by Mrs.
Henry B. Joy. sister of former Senator
Truman H Newberry. Mrs. Joy has
many friends in Washington where she
was a frequent visitor in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Newberry, while they lived
here, when he was Secretary of the Navy,
p.r.d during the war Mrs. Joy took rn
retire part in the several camps of
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THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., THUKSDAY, Sh,r TnAi.bER 30, 1931.
the Women’s Naval Service, serving as
vice commandant during the last en
ampment here ’’°l7.
The United Sta,.., minister to Guate
mala. Mr. Sheldon P. Whitchouse has
accompanied his brother and sister-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. William Fltz Hugh
Whitehou.se on a three-day fishing trip
to Fisher’s Island from Newport, where
they are spending the Summer. They
are making the trip aboard the schoon
er yacht Ventura of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Greenough. and in the party are
Miss Adelaide Whitehouse and Mr. Wil
liam F. Whitchouse, 3d. daughter and
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Fitz Hugh
Whitehouse.
Mrs. Karl Boy-Ed and her daughter.
Miss Virginia Boy-Ed, arrived in Now
York yesterday from Germany, and
after a few' days there will go to visit
Mrs. Bov-Ed’s mother, Mrs. Alexander
Mackav-Smith, at Seal Harbor. Me.
! Mrs. Boy-Ed is the widow of the late
Capt. Karl Boy-Ed. military attache of
! the German embassy in Washington at
the outbreak of the World War.
Miss Grace Roosevelt, daughter of the
Governor of Porto Rico and Mrs. Theo
dore Roosevelt, was among those at the
polo matches on Long Island yester
day. Olliers in the large gallery were
Mr. and Mrs. John Hay Whitney, Mr.
and Mrs. F. Skiddy von Stacie, w ho were
frequent visitors to t lie late Mrs.
Charles Boughton Wood; Mrs. Walter
J. Salmon, and Miss Mary Parker Corn
ing. daughter of Representative and
Mrs. S. Parker Corning.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Belmont, who
now are in Switzerland, will sail early
next month so- this country.
Lieut. Comdr. Carl G. Gilliland, U. S.
N, commanding officer of the U. S. S.
Ellis, is in town for a few days with his
wife and two srrjll children, stopping
at Wardman Park Hotel while here.
Mrs. Kirtlnnd and Miss Helen Kirt
lind. wife and daughter of Co'. Roy C.
Kirtland, U. S. A, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Aqheson F. Hassan. in their home
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commanding officer at Langley Field,
Va., after taking the course at the Army
War College and serving on the general
staff there. He was a member of the
small group of Army men who learned
to fly at College Park in 1910-11, and
with Mrs. Kirtland has many friends
here both In the service and in residen
tial circles.
Miss Helen Kirtland, who graduated
in June from Western High School, will
enter Connecticut College for Women
next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Harrison, Jr., have
returned to their apartment at the
Carlton after spending 10 days with
the former's parents, Senator and Mrs.
Pat Harrison, in Biloxi, Miss.
Mrs. B. Frank Hoffman of Trenton,
Mo, and Washington lias returned to
the Mayflower from Indianapolis, whore
she visited the past few days, after
spending some time in Missouri.
Mrs. Hoffman accompanied Mrs. Ar
thur M. Hyde on the trip to the
Philippines. Mr. Hoffman returned to
the Capital about a month ago with
Secretary Hvde.
Col. John R. Thomas, U. S. A., with
Mis. Thomas and their daughter, Miss
Huberta Thomas, sailed today from
France for this country and will go to
Sackott Harbor. N. Y.. where Col.
Thomas will assume command at Madi
son Barracks. Co). Thomas has been
military attache of the United States
embassy in London for some time and
was formerly at the embassy in Berlin.
He is a son of the late Representative
John R. Thomas of Illinois and sp-mt
much time in Washington when his
father was in Congress.
Mrs. Hugh White of Chicago, mother
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of Mrs. Thomas, who has been with
them in Normandy, France, for the
Summer, will spend the Winter In New
York. Joining Col. and Mrs. Thomas at
Madison Barracks for the holidays.
Mrs. Harry G. Trout announces the
marriage of her daughter Dorothy to
Mr. Charles Judson Watts Tuesday,
September 8, In this city.
The former United States Ambassador
to Turkey and Mrs. Henry Morgenthau
entertained at dinner last evening at
Bar Harbor, Me., in honor of Admiral
and Mrs. Richard Byrd.
.Tones-Lynch Wedding Today
In St. Gabriel’s Church.
Mrs. Mary A. Lynch announces the
marriage of her daughter, Mary Marga
ret. to Mr. Howard A. Jones of Wash
ington this morning at St. Gabriel’s
Church, the Rev. William A. Lynch,
S. J., of Boston, brother of the bride,
officiating.
The bride wore a wine-color chiffon
velvet frock, with hat and slippers to
match, and carried a bouquet of yellow
roses, delphinium and gypsophelia. She
was attended by her sister, Miss Olive
Lynch, who wore a green chiffon vel
vet frock, with hat to match, and car
ried a bouquet of Talisman roses. Mr. j
Arthur Van Heuckeroth was best man. j
Mr. Jones is a graduate of George !
Washington University and is a chemist
In the Department of Agriculture.
After a wedding breakfast at the
Roosevelt Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Jones
left for an extended trip into New Eng
land and French Canada. Upon their
return they will make their home at
3800 New Hampshire avenue.
Former Representative and Mr*. U.
S. Stone are returning to their home,
in Oklahoma, after spending the Sum
mer at 201 Highview terrace, Lee
Heights, Va.
Mrs. Anne E. Murphy is spending
some time at the Chalfonte-Haddon
Hall, in Atlantic City, before going to
New York to await the arrival of her
son-in-law and daughter. Dr. Frank
Kermit Soukup. U. S. N., and Mrs. Sou -
kup, from Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Dr.
Soukup has recently been assigned to
the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Miss Marlon A. Green, Miss Mary
Hinkle and Miss Lizzie Ragan of Louis
ville, Ky., are guests at the Dodge for
several days. Miss Green is society edi
tor of the Louisville Times.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Howard Johnson are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd John
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