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SOCIETY
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.)
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refrigeration . . . gas heat . . .
built-in garage . . . outstanding
value at $1 1.350 to $14.950,
with monthly payments less than
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A. M. to 9:30 P. M.
Β
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1522 Κ Street Nat'l 1040
Over 3ft Yearn of Quality Service
It Costs Little to
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JOHN L. NEWBOLD, IE. Prennent
920-922 Ε St.—Nat. 6900
ftaracr—Marins—rack Ins—shipping
For the Holiday
Week-End!
Two Special Groups of
DRESSES
Styles for street
and afternoon
wear.
Street, after
noon and eve
ning models.
$|| 75
Reduced from
$29.50 to *19.50
for
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
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Brothers
Reduced from
$49.50 ή $78.50
1213 F Street
η
Scored a Sensational Success in
black and brown kid, and now this
Red Cross
SHOE, "Windh am
is a sell-out in
WHITE
Shoe Dept. Main Floor.
THE UECHT CO·
f STREET AT 7'·" FREE PARKING WHILE YOU SHOP HERE
LADIES' HATS
•f rttrj Intrlili··
CLEANED & REBLOCKED
Complet» selection of new 8prln·
materials. Straw Braids. Ornaments.
Feather Fancies. Flowers and Hat
Frames.
Ladies' Capital Hat Shop
Ν a. K.TÎ2 IMS 11th St. N.W.
Our Werk Is Our EepatatUa
■~τ+*€ new
•Wleffi
1216-1220 F Street N.W.
We Save You Money
by Offering Expert
Dry
Cleaning
As in everything else at JellelTs,
your satisfaction mutt be com
plete. Prices have recently been
reduced. Sixth floor or—
Call Met. 0300
w^a^j4
1715 Connecticut Ave.
Final Clearance of All Stock
Prior to Closing for the Summer—
Quite a Selection of
Cottons, Chiffons and Crepes
Drastically Reduced
Bathing Suits and a Few Hand
Knitted Sweater Suits Included
1216-1220 F Street N.W.
Of course Jelleff's has not increased
prices because of the new taxes.
Jelleff's has protected their custom
ers as few stores have done by pur
chasing huge supplies in advance,
not only of toilet articles but also—
Summer Sale of Furs
Start» July 11th—Tax Free 1
While Advance Purchases Last.
Frank R. Jelleff, Inc.
80 Hats were marked . . . $15.00 320 Hats were marked $7.50
J.65 Hats were marked $12.50 300 Hats were marked $5.00
Ballibuntls—Bakus— Crepes
Panamas—Fel+s—Straws -
Color·: White, Sand, Navy, Brown and Pastels
STREET FLOOR SHOP
■ TH€ n€\W
«lelleffe
1216-1220 F Street N.W.
Just the hats youll be needing
for the Fourth and your vacations
—at a Jelleft price that saves you
money.
Don't Miss a Chance
Like This Great Sale!
CHOICE OF EVERY
SUMMER HAT IN OUR
ENTIRE STOCK
Ί·"ΤΗ€ n€W
JeUetë
1216-1220 F Street N.V.
New Low Prices
On Three Favorite
G L Ε Ν
BOGIES
The Outstanding Knit
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prices! The perfect costume
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they don't sag, shrink, or
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Diagonal
Now
Youthful t wo- $1/150
piece model— 1U
Miriama
Misses' one
piece dress—
$25·°°
Diagonal sketched, in green,
orchid, rose, navy, red. $16.50.
Leaf Ensemble
Smart three
piece suit
- s35 00
Don't Slay in the Shade This Summer!
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Cream
You don't have to stay in the shade
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convenient tube at $2.50, or a jar at
$3.00.
EXCLUSIVE ELIZABETH ARDEN
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Good Quality So Low Priced
Pique
$5-95
White, Pastels.
Misses 14 to 20
Choose narrow or wide wale, both
are smart ! Mostly sleeveless
styles, some with deep square sun
backs if you're interested in ac
quiring a tan; some with high
backs.
Button* outdo each other in size
and color contrast! Bows perch
on your shoulders, hems are deep,
seams are well-finished.
COTTON SHOP—FOURTH FLOOR 1
• Were a dollar!
• Worth a dollar !
700 pairs of the sheerest,
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possible when you see
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course !
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Lacy Meshes
All silk from top to toe.
Whoever had enough
stockings? Get a half
dozen pairs tomorrow for
the price you usually pay
for three!
«1 Silk MESH
. Stockings
• But this is a SALE !
Summer
Colore !
Sandee,
Nude,
Sun-beige,
Allegresse.
All sizes!
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