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Miss Helen Cannon Sails;
Will Return in Spring
M r. and Mrs. Corcoran Thom Will Have Son-in-1
La w and Daughter as Guests
During Holidays.
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Mis* Helen Cannon will not spend
the Winter in Washington as she ex
peeled; but sailed a week ago to join
her niece. Mrs. Le Seure Richardson, in \
Europe, and will not return until the
Sprfaig.
Mr and Mrs, Corcoran Thom will
have with them for Christmas and for
the holidays their son-in-law and
daughter, Maj. Robert L. Walsh, U. S.A.,
and Mrs. Walsh, and their little family
Maj. and Mrs. Walsh will sail shortly
frorti Prance, where the former has
ser\(ed as assistant military attache for
air at the United States embassy for
some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Parsons Erwin
havf as their guest the former's father, ;
Mr.-O. R Erwin of Lansing. Mich . who :
will remain with them at Abremont un- I
til After the Christmas holidays.
Dr- and Mrs. J. Henry Lancashire |
formerly of New York, have leased the i
house of the United States Ambassador j
to Turkey and Mrs. Joseph C. Grew at i
2840 Woodley Drive for the season Mrs i
Lancashire frequently visited her son- j
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs I
Richard Southgate, in Washington.
Mr and Mrs Gerald Ward Brooks
and their daughter Helen have returned
from a motor trip to Buffalo, where
they visited Mr. Brooks' mother and
sister.
Dr. Augustine Washington Tucker of
the staff of St. Luke's Hospital in
Shanghai, China, has been visiting in
Virginia last week. He is a cousin of
Representative Henry St. George Tuck
er of the tenth Virginia district, now
here for the forthcoming session of
Congress. Mrs. Tucker, who is the
daughter of Right Rev. Joseph B
Cheshire, Bishop of the Protestant
Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina is
visiting her father in Raleigh, where
she will be joined by Dr. Tucker. They
expect to return to China In the Spring.
Miss Charlotte Noland, president of
Foxcroft School at Middleburg. Va„
will sail from New York December 15
for England to be the guest during the
Christmas holiday season of Mr. and!
Mrs. Ronald Tree at Kelmarsh In
Northamptonshire, the heart of the |
English hunting country. Mrs. Tree is ■
i
a sister of Lady Nancy Astor. member
of the Langhorne family of Virginia.
Mr and Mrs. Claude Allen Cook have
returned from a trip through the South,
Mexico and the Southwest and are
making their home at 3033 Sixteenth
street Mrs. Cook was, before her mar
riage in October, Miss Roberta Belle
Galloway, daughter of Dr. and Mrs
Charles Galvin Galloway of this city.
Dr. Charles H. McEnerney is in
Pittsburgh attending cne conferenoe of
the American Society for the Study of
Arthritis. The guest speaker will be
Sir Warren Croke of England, physician
to the King. Dr. McEnerney is secre
tary of the society.
Miss Pauline B Bradford of Ports
mouth. N. H., is visiting her sister. Mrs.
Thomas C. Treadwell, at her home,
3462 Macomb street.
Miss Margaret T FitzGerald and
Miss Edith Rcec: members of the
Massachusetts Minimum Wage Com
mission, have ; e > rned home While
in Washington th; were guests of Mrs.
Robert Whitney Ir, orie.
Mrs Edward Howe Watson is spend
ing the Winter with the Misses Watson
at 1869 Mintwood place. Her husband.
Capt. Watson. U. S. N., is now at Naval
Hospital. Their daughter. Miss Clif
lord Watson, a freshman at Vassar. will
loin her parents here for Christmas.
Miss Watson went to New York last
night to attend the debut party of Miss
Kate Clark, her classmate at the Ethel
Walker School. Miss Watson, while in
New York, will be the guest of Mrs. Wr
G Rockefeller.
Miss Ella M. Lord and Mrs. J. H.
Lewis attended the Army-Notre Dame
game during their holiday visit in New
York.
Mr and Mrs. Charles W Taylor of
Lincoln, Nebr., are passing several days
at the Dodge. Mr. Taylor is the State
superintendent of Nebraska and is in
:he Capital attending the National Con
ference of State Superintendents.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Schultz of Chicago,
til, have arrived in the Capital for an
indefinite stay and are living at the
Potomac Park Apartments.
M iss Thorpe Presented
At Tea Yesterd ay at
Home on Woodley R oad
_fContinued From First Page.)
I
Mrs. Warren, Mrs Henry Alvah Strong.
Mrs. Charles Mason Remey, Mrs. Henry
Parsons Ewin and Mrs. Austin Kautz.
The debutante had as her aides Miss
Patience McCormick-Good hart. Miss
Helen Robbins, Miss Charlotte Mayo.
Miss Mary Elizabeth MacArthur, Miss
Marian Jardine. Miss Mary Preston
Gibson, Miss Elsie Tuckerman. Miss
Franoes Matthews, Miss Louise Harrison
Gwynn, Miss Christine Ekengren and
Miss Olga Craven.
Mrs. Frederick E. McCormick-Gcod
hart has issued invitations for a dance
In honor of her granddaughter, Miss
Patience McCormick-Goodhart, debu
tante daughter of Mr. F. Hamilton
McCormick-Gooethart, Friday evening,
January 1, ai Langley Park, near
Hyattsville. Inclosed with the invita
tions are directions in detail as to the
route to Langley Park, the country1
estate of the hostess.
Miss Leslie Wright, debutante daugh
ter of Mrs Hamilton Wright, enter
tained at luncheon today at her homo,
on Massachusetts avenue, in honor oi
Miss Elsie Tuckerman.
Mrs. Daniel C. Stapleton will give a
dancing party for her subdebutante
daughter. Miss Stelllta Stapleton, Mon- i
day, December 28, in their home.
Miss Teresa Saul, daughter of Mrs.
B Francis Saul, will attend the bache
lors' cotillion in Baltimore tomorrow
and will be the guest of Miss Martha
Robinson while in that city.
Miss Saul will go to New York the
latter part of the week for the Armv
and Navy game.
Mr. and Mrs S. Percy Thompson
have issued invitations for a tea dance
Thursday afternoon. December 24. from
4 to 7 o'clock at the Mayflower to pre
sent their daughter. Miss Sidney Thomp
son.
Miss Margaret Gibbins. daughter of
Co! and Mrs. Henry Gibbins. has is
sued cards for a tea December 3 in
honor of Miss Sarah Carey, daughter
oi Senator and Mrs Robert D. Carey.
Miss Mae Harris Clarke and Miss
Helen Louise Duckett and Miss Jose
phine Durkett, who are among this sea
son S debutantes in Washington, are be
ing given a tea this afternoon in Balti
more by Miss Alice Carter Bowie at the
home of her aunt. Mrs. Hammond The
three young ladies are to make their
debut in Baltimore tomorrow at the first
cotillion of the season.
TKp Misses Durkett will be presented
in Washington at a tea dance to be
given by their parents. Mr. and Mrs. T.
Howard Duckett, on December 29 at
the Mayflower, and on the following
day Mlsr Clarke will make her bow at
a tea dance to be given by her mother,
Mrs. Phillips Clarke, at the Mayflower.
Miss Clarke will be the guest of honor
at a tea to be given December 13 by
Mis* Margaret Orme and there will be
a luncheon in her honor on December
23 by Miss Evelyn Howe, and also a
luncheon by Mrs. Maxwell Hurlburt.
Dunlop, formerly Miss Leila Fisher of
New York City.
Ottier entertainments given in com
pliment to Miss Clarke include a supper
party given by her sister, Mrs. J W
Rogers, preceding the Halloween bal
masque, and a tea given by Miss Doro
thy Dodge on November 22 at the May
flower.
Miss Helen Louise Duckett and Miss
Josephine Duckett will attend the
Army-Navy game in New York on De
cember 12, but will return to Washing
ton in time to attend the tea given the
next day for Miss Clarke by Miss Orme.
Miss Prances Peabody Steams, daugh
ter of Maj. and Mrs Cuthbert Powell
Stearns of Lawton Hill. Palls Church.
Va., is spending a week in Baltimore,
where she will make her debut at the
bachelors' cotillion Monday night. Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick A. Savage are giving
a dinner in her honor previous to the
german.
Ambassador Takes Box
For Orchestra Concert
His excellency, the Italian Ambas
sador. and Nobil Donna Antoinetta de
Martino have taken a box for the
first performance of the New York
Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra in
Washington Tuesday afternoon, Decem
ber 15. Signor Arturo Toscanini, who
for 30 years was maestro conductor for
the famous La Scala Opera of Milan,
Is leading conductor of the New York
orchestra and will conduct the opening
concert of that orchestra's season here.
The German Ambassador and Frau
von Prfttwitz und Gaffron also have
made reservations for this concert.
Adolf Busch, noted German violinist,
makes his debut In Washington as
soloist with the orchestra. Frau Busch
and Fraulein Irene Busch will come
to Washington for the occasion and be
in one of the boxes for the concert.
In addition to the list of box
holders previously announced, subscrib
ers for box and orchestra seats include
the Greek Minister and Mine. Charalam
bos Simopoulos. the Albanian Minister,
Mr. Faik Konitza: Chief Justice and
Mrs. Charles E. Hughes, Mrs. William
Howard Taft, Rear Admiral and Mrs.
S M. Robinson. Rear Admiral and Mrs.
W. L Capps, Miss Alice J. Clapp, Mr.
Dwight Clark and Dr. W. E, Clark.
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National Society. D. A. R.,
Clerical Force Card Party
Plans are being completed T%r the
benefit card party to be given by the
staff of the National Society, Daugh
ters of the American Revolution, at
Constitution Hall Saturday evening,
December 12, at 8 o'clock. The funds
will be used for Christmas boxes for
the needy.
Mrs Claude Cook is chairman of the
committee in charge and is assisted
by Miss Helen Abraham, Miss Isabel
Allmond and Miss Alma Cosdon,
treasurer; Miss Edith Cosdon. Miss
Louise Flynn, Muss Janie Glascock,
Miss Catherine Haislip, Mrs. Jeannette
Jackson, Miss Elizabeth Crawford
Milliken. Miss Mary Moler, Mrs. E. L.
Ross, Mrs. Marguerite Schondau, Miss '
Dorothy Seamans, Mrs. Mary Walsh.
Attractive prizes have been donated.
Tickets may be secured from Miss Alma
Cosdon, business office, Memorial
Continental Hall. Guests are requested
to bring their own cards
Mrs. Lowell Fletcher Hobart, presi
dent general, N. S. D. A. R„ and the
national officers of the society are
patronesses for the event.
M rs. Kauftmann at Home
At Greenacre Tomorrow
Mrs. Rudolph Max Kauffmann will be
at home tomorrow afternoon at Green
acre, Chevy Chase, Md„ and on the
following Mondays through the season.
SALTZ BROTHERS
CJine Apparel for Gentlemen
1341 F STREET. N.W.
To the Ladies
We A nnounce Our Readiness
for Christmas
Tiie Gentlemen s Quarterly/’ a very
Beautiful Gift Booklet, is ready for dis
tribution. It contains photographs in
natural color, of many useful and beau- *
tiful Gift suggestions for Gentlemen.
We would be pleased to have you call
at our store or send for a free copy.
Gifts for Gentlemen, $1.00 to $25.
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MEMBERS OF SOCIETY WHO ARE MAKING JUNIOR LEAGUE BALL A RATTLING GOOD SHOW
Cuban Ambassador
And Other Notables Guests
The attache of the Cuban embassy,
Senor Don Jose A. Sera, will entertain
a party at the formal opening of the Club
Monmarte, Connecticut avenue and K
street, Tuesday evening, Decrmber 15.
Among others who will entertain will
be Mrs. Howe Totten, Brig. Gen. Charles
R Krauthoff. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rse
side. Miss Exilona Hamilton, Mrs, A.
Earl Neely, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Moore,
Mrs. William Laird Dunlop, jr.; Mr.
Jack Perry and Mrs. M. R. Maguire
An interesting party of young people
which has been arranged includes Mrs.
John E Fowler, Miss Dorothy Gould
Fowler, Miss Mary Stuart Birdsall, Miss
Clara Heinrich, Miss Betty Richards.
Miss Atlee Wayne Wirgman. Miss Kate
Hvslop. Mr. William Woodville, Mr.
Homer Tatum. Mr. Latimer Snow'den.
Mr William D. Cheatham. Mr. Paul
Wrangell and Mr. Joseph Heinrich.
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M mister From Canada
And M rs. Herridge Guests
The Canadian Club will have a re
ception and tea in honor of Maj. Her
ridge, Canadian Minister in Washing
ton. and Mrs. Herridge. at the May
flower Hotel Saturday at 4 o'clock. Dr.
Edwin N. C. Barnes is president of the
club
Invitations Are Issued
For Luncheon Tomorrow
By Secretary of State
_<Continued Prom First Page !
Crosby entertained at dinner last eve
ning at the Chevy Chase Club, when
i their guests included Senator and Mrs.
Charles L. McNary, Representative and
Mrs. Robert O. Simmons. Capt. and Mrs
W. D. Pulestcn, Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley
I L. Simmons, Mr and Mrs. W W. Bride,
I Col. and Mrs. L. J. Owen, Brig. Gen!
| Pelham D. Glassford. superintendent of
S police; Mrs. J. J. O'Hara, Maj. Gen. and
| Mrs, Hanson E. Ely, Gen. and Mrs
George Simonds, Gen. William Lassiter,
! Col. and Mrs. David L. Stanley, and Mr
I Harry Stanton of Detroit.
| Mrs. Crosby will be hostess to a com
j pany at a buffet luncheon Wednesday.
Mrs. Sidney A. Clomari will enter
tain et dinner tomorrow evening fer
I her ni"ce, Mrs. Campbell PricheU, be
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TOMORROW
Our First Big
CLEARANCE
Affecting Both Salons
. . . Hats . . . Gowns . . . Coats . . . Suits . . .
Sportswear and Lingerie—all exquisite ex
amples of the renowned Rizik taste_
every item from regular stock (nothing
is ever bought by Rizik for sale pur
poses)—each represents the finest
expressions of the current mode
and all are ruthlessly reduced
for clearance.
I'pper left: Mrs. E. Cortlandt Parker, one of the attractive models for the style show, a pleasing feature of the
evening.
Center: Mrs. Carl R. Kuril, second vice president of the Junior League, chairman of the patch work partv being given
as a benefit at the Mayflower Hotel tomorrow night.
I pper right: Mrs. Jean Delattre Seguv, chairman of publicity for the patchwork party.
Lower: Mrs. Jasper Du Bose of 25*0 Massachusetts avenue, also a model in the style show. —Harris-Ewing Photo.
fore the patch work party of the
Junior League in which Mrs. Prichett
has a prominent part.
Mr. and Mrs. William McClellan Rit
ter will entertain at dinner tomorrow
evening in their home on Massachu
setts avenue and will take their guests
later to their tx>x for the patch work
party which the Junior League will give
at the Mayflower.
Comdr. Robert A Theobold, U. S. N„
and Mrs. Theobold were hosts to a
company at dinner last evening at the
Army and Navy Country Club.
Capt. Charles A. Blakely, U. S. N .
and Mrs. Blakely entertained a com
pany at the dinner dance at the Army
and Navy «our.try Club last evening.
* Mr. and Mrs. Demarest Lloyd will en
tertain at dinner Tuesday evening. Last
evening they were hosts to a company
at dinner before the first meeting this
season of the dancing class, which was
held at the Mcntgomery Country Cluo.
Mrs Joseph Leiter, who has been a
moving spirit in the dancir.g class, was
expected to come for the first meeting
and to be with her mother. Mrs. John
R. Williams, over Sunday. Mrs. Leiter,
however, remained in Chicago where
with Mr. Leiter and the younger mem
bers cf their family they are spending
the Winter.
Col. John M. Connor, U. S. A , and
Mrs. Connor were among those enter
taining at the Army and Navy Country
Club dinner dance last evening.
Mrs. Henry Alvah Strong has Issued
invitations to a reception and tea t
be given Tuesday afternoon from 4:30
to 7 o’clock at the Mayflower in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Kindler.
A number cf Mrs. Strong's friends
who are interested in music will assist
her at the tea and her son and daugh
ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. L. Corrin
Strong, will receive with her that after
noon.
Miss Ruth Bryant will be hostess at
tea this afternoon entertaining in the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Hubert Bryant in Alexandria, from
4 to 6 o'clock.
Miss Helen Clifford will entertain a
small company at dinner tomorrow eve
ning in the Georgetown home of her
parents, Col. and Mrs. Edward Clifford,
and with her guests will later attend
the Junior League patchwork party at
j the Mayflower.
Col. and Mrs. Frank Elbridge Webb
entertained at dinner at their apart
ment in Woodley Park Towers Tranks
giving day in honor of Comdr. and Mrs.
Edgar Raymond McClung. Comdr. Mc
Clung has just been ordered here for a
i tour of duty. Col. Webb, who was
I presidential nominee of the Farmer
labor Party in 1928, left Friday night
with Mrs. Webb to attend an important
meeting of the leaders of that party in
i Omaha, Nebr.
Capt. Frederick Israel, U. S. M. C.,
retired, and Mrs. Israel were hosts at
j dinner Tuesday, November 24, the oc
| casion celebrating the birthday anni
) versary of Capt Israel. The company
included Lieut. Comdr, and Mrs. Her
bert J. Meneratti, Mr. and Mrs. August
Eccard. Mrs. Louise M. Eccard, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward J. Lamster, Mr and Mrs.
George Ruhi. Mr. and Mrs. William
Eccard and Mrs Arthur H. Holden.
Mrs. Estelle Williamson Douglass will
entertain a group Wednesday afternoon
i at bridge followed by tea. Cards will
be played in the lounge of the Kennedy
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I SUNDAY DINNER i
Served 12 Till IP.*, I
Appetizers I
Soup I
Turkey. Chicken and Other Meats
Fresh Vegetable*
Salad* r
Choice of Many ‘• Own-Made ” i1
Desserts and Ice Creams
CUB PLATES 55c to 75c S
MONDAY DINNER (
In connection with i
our regular dinner
we feature broiled
tenderloin steak. U
Continuous flow a/ Clean, Dry Air 0
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Stmi'Aiiiuidl Sale
QUALITY FURS
This year especially
Furs for Christmas!
Silver Fox Sables Cross Fox
Ermine Broadtail Mink
The finer furs are doubly welcome as
gifts . . . because this year women
think twice before they buy for
themselves the exquisite furs they
love.
Made to Order Ready to Wear
at the lowest prices in many
years!
Note: We earnestly recommend the pot*
chase of fine furs now ne a particularly^
apixxl Investment.
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Warren followed by tea in her apart
ment.
Mrs. Henry W. Keyes, Mrs. Virginia
White Speel, Mias Janet Richards and
Mrs. Prank W. Mondell will pour tea
and receiving with Mrs. Douglas will
be Mrs. Warren J. Haines, Mrs. Millard
P. West and Mrs. Frederick T. P.
Johnson.
Miss Mary Fitzgerald and Mrs.
Laurie Hess were joint hostesses at a
tea and shower in the home of Mrs.
Hess in honor of Miss Lillial Surasky.
The marriage of Miss Surasky to Mr.
Harry Alberts of Chicago will take place
Christmas. Assisting the hostesses at
the tea table were Miss Anne Lamborn,
Miss Charlotte Terrill, Miss Mary Short
and Miss Winifred McMinimy.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Theodore Berge en
tertained at dinner and bridge Thurs
day^ evening Their guests were Mr.
and Mrs. N. Douglas Parker, Miss
Dorothea Shannon, Miss Marie Stone,
Mr Samuel Boyd and Mr. Harley Buck
ingham.
Col. Grant to Be Guest
Ot Honor at Dinner
Col. tr. 8. Grants 3d, of the National
Park and Planning Commission will be
the guest of honor at the Arts Club dinner
Tuesday evening. Other special guests
will be District Commissioner and Mrs.
Luther H. Reichetaerfer, the architect
of the Capitol and Mrs. David Lynn, the
secretary of the Smithsonian IfBEftathsi
and Mrs. Charles G. Abbott and Gen.
Pelham H. Glassford, superintendent of
the Metropolitan Police Department.
After dinner the guests of honor will
discuss Washington’s parking problem,
as raised by the Commission of Fine
Arts, and the clubs members and guests
will be expected to contribute sugges
tions.
Mr. Clifford K. Berryman and Miss
Florence S. Berryman will be tlft hosts.
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Mrs. Depew Guest at
Catholic Home Tea
Mrs. Chauncey Depew will be the
guest of honor at a tea to be given by
the board of managers of the Catholic
Home for Aged Ladtes on Wednesday
afternoon, December 9, from 4 until
6 o'clock.
The tea will be hahl at the home.
3043 P street In Gmrgetown. The
house will be open Mr the general
public and the patrons, whose interest
and generosity has mMfe this very
worthy and beautiful undertaking
possible.
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Metropolitan 9285
Sweethearts and Wives
Appreciate
FURS!
You cannot make a mistake
in making such a present.
PRICES ARE
m% to 5o%
Less Than
Regular
Remember the Rosendorf
guarantees. Make a deposit
now and arrange budget pay
ments if desired.
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Unrestricted Choice
of our entire stock of
Fur-trimmed
COATS
Dress and Sports
An unusually warm Autumn
season has left our collections
of coats much larger than
usual at this time . . . prompt
ing us to hold this sale several
weeks earlier than has been our
practice in the past. OUR ENTIRE COLLECTION is in
cluded, all regular stock . . . each coat is brand-new, pur
chased from the leading fashion creators of America . . .
each one is typical of what the smartest women in the
world are wearing today. Their quality is superlative,
their workmanship is exquisitely fine. They are, in fact,
the kind of coats that make women interested in fashion.
We speak first of coats wth SILVER FOX, BLUE FOX,
CROSS FOX, Persian Lamb, MINK, but there are other i
lovely furs represented.
ft is a notable occasion,
one not to be overlooked
Sizes 12 to 48
Charge Purchases Accepted!
No Return* AH Sale* Final No Exchange.

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