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Mrs. Hoover Enthusiastic Spectator at Polo Matches in the Argentine Cup Tournament Today.. MRS. HOOVER Is attending the polo matches this afternoon en j the polo field in West Potomac Park, when teems of the Ma rine Corps and the Army are competing in the Argentine Cup tourna ment. The first game between the Marine and War White teams begins at 3 o'clock, and at 4 o'clock the match pretponed yesterday, due to wet grounds, j between the 3d Cavalry Yellow and the War Blues will be played. Mrs. Hoover Is a polo enthusiast and frequently attends matches on the polo fifld in Potomac Park. The First Lady has among those with her today Mrs. Ben j H. Fuller, wife of the major general1 commandant c-f the Marine Corps, a spontaneous "rooter" for the Marin;1 team, and Mrs. Harry N. Cootes. wife of the commandant of Fort Myer, a fan of the Army teams. Chilean Ambassador to Enjoy Trip to Southern Resort. The Ambassador to Chile, Senor Don Miguel Cruchaga. accompanied by the first secretary of the embassy, will leave Friday afternoon to spend the week end at Virginia Beach. They will re turn to Washington Monday evening The Ambassador of Argentina, Mr. Felipe A. Espil, is in New York for the *eek. The secretary of the Rumanian lega tion. M. Andre Popovici will meet Mme. ; Popovici, upon her arrival in New York Friday from England, where she spent several weeks. Mrs. Fuqua, wife of Maj. Gen. Stephen O. Fuqua, and Mrs. Bishop, ; ■wife of Maj. Gen. Harry G. Bishop. ! will leave Washington July 11 for San Diego, Calif., to visit the former's par- Ί ents, Maj. and Mrs. John Stafford, for about six weeks. Mrs. Henry J. Weeks, J who is visiting her brother-in-law and j sister, Gen. and Mrs. Fuqua, will re main in Washington during the absence of Mrs. Fuqua. The commandant of Fort Myer and Mrs. Harry N. Cootes and their daugh ter. Miss Mary Cootes, have as their house guest at Fort Myer. Miss Ruth Potter of Buffalo, Ν. Y. Capt. Charles Russell Train, U. S. N, who has been aide to the President for some time, will leave Friday, accom panied by Mrs. Train, for his new post at the Naval War College at Newport. Yesterday Capt. Train was the guest in whose honor the secretary to the Presi dent, Mr. Walter Hughes Newton, en tertained at luncheon at the Univer sity Club. In the company were the Secretary of the Navy, Mr. Adams; the military aide to the President. Col. Campbell B. Hodges; Capt. Walter Newhall Vemau, U. S. N., who will suc ceed Capt. Train as naval aide to the President; the President's other secre taries. Mr. Lawrence Richey. Mr. Theo dore G. Joslln and Mr. French Strother; Mr. George Akerson, former secretary to the President; Capt. Joel T. Boone, U. S. N., personal physician to the President; Mr. Rudolph Fors ter and Mr. Maurice Latta of the White House staff. Mrs. Frederick H. Payne, wife of the 1 Assistant Secretary of the Navy, will leave Washington today for her home, In Greenfield, Mass. The Assistant Secretary will join her there for the holiday and return the early part of next w#ck to the Mayflower. Mfcs Carolyn Payne and Mr. Grover mar. Payne have been visiting their brother and sister-in-law, ltr. and Mrs Frederick B. Payne, in New York for a week and will join their parents in Greenfield the end of the week. Mrs. Foulois. wife of Maj. Gen. Ben jamin D. Foulois. chief of the Army Air Corps, entertained at luncheon today at thî Rossdhu Castle Club. They en tertained informally at the dinner dance on the Shoreham terrace last evening. Beautifully Arranged Wedding Of Popular Army Girt. The wedding this afternoon of Miss Barendina Gardener, daughter of Mrs. Gardener and the late Col. Cornelius Gardener, and Mr. Robert Edward Stuart Chambers, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Chambers of New York, is of more than usual interest. The cere mony will take place in the Washing ton heme of the bride's mother on Ο ι street. Rev. Dr. Joseph R. Sizoo, pastor ί of the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, officiating, at 5 o'clock. A re ception will follow at 5:30 o'clock. A string quartet will play the wedding music and during the ceremony. The house will have an effective arrange ment of silver baskets filled with white roses, peonies and lilies. The bride will be given In marriage by her mother and has chosen a costume of sheer chiffon velvet in an ivory shade. The gown is fashioned ι after a princess model with a long court ί train and the Irng sleeves are finished with a deep circular flare of rare point de Venice worn bv the bride's grand mother. Her veil is of renaissance lace worn By the bride's mother and she will carry Cecil Bruner roses of pale pink. Her only ornaments will be pearls, the gift of the bridegroom. Capt. Floyd Emerson GaUcway, Air Corps, U. S. Α., of Maxwell Field. Mont gomery. Ala., brother-in-law of the bride, will escore her to the improvised altar. Little Mary Anne Galloway 5-year old niece of the biide, will be flower girl, wearing a dainty frock of white taflcta and carrying a silver basket filled with white flowers. Mr. Austin Corbin of New York will be best man and the ushers will include Maj. Albert J. Myer and Mr. Pierr® Rouzitskv of Washington and Lieut. Wilbur ^Cinkaid Noel and Lieut. Paul R Greenha'^h of Fort Myer. Mrs. Gardener, mother of the bride, who will receive the guests at the re-1 ception. will wear an imported gown of i gold and white brocaded chiffon. She will be assisted In receiving by -Mrs. Chambers, mother of the bridegroom, who will have a costume of pale green chiffon, with which she wears a large ! bat to match. ! Later Mr. Chambers and his bride will start for a wedding trip, the latter traveling in costume of dove gray moire trimmed with gray fur and a gray turban. They will make their home m Washington. Among the out-of-town guests are Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Chambers of New York, parents of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. Hampson Gary of New York, formerly of Washington; Mrs. de Joly de Sabla of New York. Judge and Mrs. Albert S. MacWade of Chester, Pa : Lieut. Col. and Mrs. B. F. Rustine of Dayton. Ohio, and Miss Jane Ristine of Paris, Prance. Mr Keith Merrill will spend the week end with Mrs. Merrill and their children at Prides Crossing, Mass., where they have been for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill will have as their guests over the week end Rear Admiral and Mrs. Ridley McLean and Mr. Mc Lean. Miss Joan Henning has joined her mother. Mrs. Arthur Sears Henning, from Columbia University, where she is a student, and has as her guest Miss Charlotte Bauer of Cincinnati. Mr. Henning is in Chicago through the Democratic convention Mr. Nelson Landon Head of Spring field. Mass., spent yesterday in Wash ington with his fiancee. Miss Ann Eliza beth Henning. and obtained « marriage 1 license, although the wedding will not ι take place until the end of August. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Fowler will en- ! tertain at dinner tonight in honor oi Maj. and Mrs Miner P. Pelch, who are ; leaving Washington July 10 for their · new" post at West Point. Mrs. Marshall Lewis of Gloucester. Va . is a house guest of Mrs. Powler over the week end. I Miss Eleanor Hunt, daughter of Mrs. Gaillard Hunt of 201S Hillver place, will1 be in University, Va., studying painting : in the art school of Miss Catherine C. Critcher, during the month of July. Miss Suzanne Shepherd, daughter of Mrs. Withers Shepherd, has left to visit Capt. and Mrs. Slaughter at Langley Field, from where she will go to be the guest of Mrs. Dalg Dangerfleld of Phil adelphia at her cottage at Virginia Beach, Va. Mrs. Childress Buckner Gwyti has returned from Philadelphia, where she was the guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gar rett May, at a house-warming In their new Summer home at Manoa, Upper Darby. Capt. and Mrs. Richard P. Lussier entertained at the dinner dance on the Shoreham Terrace last evening. Their guests were Col. and Mrs. Edgar A. Pry, Col. and Mrs. William A. Valdron. Col. and Mr·. Owen Seamon ind Col. and Mrs. Albert L. Culbertson. Mrs. Joseph X. Wlllard. who has been it the Wlllard Hotel for a few davs, îas returned to her home in New York, ifrs. Wlllard will sail for London short y, where she will visit her daughter. Mrs. Robinson, wife of Representative Γ. J. B. Robinson, entertained a small jarty at dinner on the roof farden of ;he Willard last evening. The National Woman's Country Club tave its weekly tea yesterday afternoon nhen Princess Cantacuzene was the ■jonor guest and gave a short. Informal talk on th? family of the Grand Duke Nicholas. Presiding at the tes table] were Mrs. Frederick H. Payne and Mrs Arthur MacArthur. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Bogle en tertained at the dinner dance on th· Shoreham Terrace last evening In honor of Mai and Mrs. John C. Whitaker, who are leaving Washington for their new poet. Their other guests were Capt. and Mrs. William R. Buckley. Son of President Wilson'· Aide Wed in New York Yesterday. A wedding of more than usual in- I terest in Washington was that of Miss I Lillian Emerson, daughter of _Mrs. I (Continued on Third Page.) 3ù mrs of morrow îk ' FOXALL Φ Double front*, six and eight rooms, with one, two and three baths . . double screened porches . . . open fireplue . . . electric refrigeration . . . gas heat . . . built-in garage . . . outstanding value at $1 1.350 to $14.950, with monthly payments less than rental value. Visit our Furnished Model Home at 4422 Volta Place, three short blocks south of Reservoir Road. Open 9:30 A. M. to 9:30 P. M. 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