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I—yr - - - . .—I SOCIETY SECTION I-—---1
Capital s Social Features for
High Lights Women
part3—WASHINGTON, I). (SUNDAY MORNING. .JULY 22, 11M. * ___
Baroness van Breugel Douglas, wife of the counselor of
the Netherlands legation, who. with him. is remaining in
the Capital during the Summer. — H«»»i«r-Hend*r*on Photo
Capital Society Follows
Greenbriar Polo Club’s
First Tournament Tour
Round of Plav Will Be Completed by Match
With Fort M yer Team at
Potomac Field.
While Washington fairly sizzles
Ihere comes bits of news drifting in
of pleasant outdoor life at many re
aorts, and from White Sulphur
Springs, comes word of the Green
briar Polo Club's first tournament
tour, which started last week with the
Greenbriar's playing the Fauquier
Loudoun team on Phipps Field, at Mid
dleburg. Va„ and then on to Balti
more for a contest today. The Po
tomac Field, In Washington, will be
the mecea of the whole sports-loving
world, when Saturday the Greenbriur s
complete their tour by playing the
Fort Myer Army team Afler the
game on Stevenson Field. Baltimore,
today the team will journey to Ha
gerstown for the game Wednesday
with the Washington County polo
Outdoor features are not confined
to big sports and besides the Sylvan
Theater attractions, and the Roadside
Theater, over in Maryland, where the
"standing-room-only" sign is out
nightly, for the Arts Club Players are
putting the finishing touches on a
production to be staged this week in
(lie walled garden of the Letter house
on Dupont Circle. Lust night Mrs
William Laird Dunlop, jr., staged a
sort of bandanna-hot .»ke party at
her log cabin on Lake Jackson, near
Manassas, Va.
As long as a cabinet officer and his
lady can be pointed out in Washing
ton to tourists, the CfipiUl is not a
deserted city, and not only the Secre
tary ot State and Mrs. Hull, but the
Secretary of Navy and Mrs Swanson
are holding form herr. while Mrs.
Jckes Is again ensconced at her home
on Glenfcrook road, and Secretary
FVrktns keeps her home in Georgetown
ready to drop into at any moment
when she can get a respite ftom her
arduous duties.
Life In Washington is never with
out special interest and just when
the few remaining members of society
were doaing oil until a propitious tune
lor stealing away, along comes Mrs
Eleanor Wilson MiAdoo. and gives
the Capital such a drubbing about its
climate as it never had before.
The White House, the scene ot Mrs
McAdoos wedding has been a ten
table Cupid's bower ui the last 30
or so years, and now word comes from
California, that the love affair be
tween Miss Mildred Hall daughtei oi
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hall of Ber
wyn. Mci . and Mr. T. Allen Campbell,
begot during the latter's visits to
Washington, will mature into a quiet
little wedding in the home ot former
President and Mrs Hoover in Palo
Alto. Mrs. Hoover always chose
young women as secretaries of whom
she could make companions and Miss
Hall will be the third of her group to
succumb to domestic life. Miss Ruth
Pesler, a dainty and accomplished
young woman, left Mrs Hoover's staff
for wedlock as did Miss Filippi Hard
ing. who married Lieut. Frederic B
While reporters still continue to
meke notes on the famous income
liat worn by our only cabinet lad)
Miss Perkins as she drubs away at her
duties as Secretary of Labor. Pans
pricks up its ears to fashion news
«nd from it one learns that instead
-• being behind the limes !n jwrtona'J
art. Miss Perkins is simply quite in
1 advance with her tricorne chapeau.
An authority from Paris declares a
Spanish suggestion is given this style
of hat in cord effects, pompons, and
what not. Meantime the lady Secre
tary continues to astonish the world
of labor, finance and politics with her
Colonists out at East Hampton.
Long Island, are getting ready for
the annual village fair on July 27,
which has been a feature of the sea
son there for nearly 40 years. Mrs.
Prank P. Shephard is in charge of
arrangements and she is being assisted
by Mrs. William R. Maloney, Mrs.
Auguste J. Cordier. Mrs. George Eth
ridge. Mrs. Shepard Krech, Mrs H
Hartley Rainsev. Mrs. Lion Gardiner
: of the family that has owned Gardi
ner's Island since Colonial days: Mrs.
Stephen Kelsey and Mrs. Harry L.
Engagements Followed ov
Weddings of Early Date
Mrs. Eugene C. Kernan announces
the engagement of her daughter Ruth
to- Mr John Clythe of Port Clover,
Ky. The wedding will take place
August 29 in Washington and will be
followed by a breakfast.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Rae Shafer of
Cliety Chase. Md., announce the en
gagement of their daughter Margaret
Elizabeth to Mr. Lawrence Carter
Reeves of this city. The wedding will
take place early in September.
Mr and Mrs. James B Welsh of
Rockville announce the engagement of
1 their daughter Mary Lucille to Mr.
W. Edward Fletcher, son of Mrs. Flor
ence F. Heath of Washington. D C
Miss Welsh is a member of the
faculty of the Somerset School and
Mr Fletcher is an employe of the
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
The wedding will take place in the
early Pall.
Mr and Mrs. Henry Jenness Saun
ders ol 4t>34 Reno road northwest an
nounce the engagement of Uieir daugh
ter Barbara to Mr. Allen J. Hover
male. the wedding to take place 111
Washington ui August.
Mr. and Mrs. Max C Rubin have
announced the engagement of then
daughter Anne Louis to Ned Alfred
Bold >f Washington and Portsmouth.
Va The wedding will take place m
tiie early Fail.
Mrs Hrlen Morrison announces the
engagement of her daughter Manor.
G to Mr Walter Cameron Brake, son
of Mrs Alice E Brake The wedding
will take place September 5 at 4
o clock m the Mount Pleasant Con
gregational Church.
Miss Hunter is a member of the
Mount Pleasant Players.
Mr and Mrs Joseph Cobb I-ore. sr ,
of Solomons. Md„ announce the en
gagement. of their daughter Anna
Catherine to Mr Albert Wright Jah
niser. n\. ot Philadelphia The wed
ding will take place in the early Pall.
Mr and Mrs Frank Jost of 42$
Oglethorpe street announce the en
gagement of their daughter Helen to
Mr Wade Irvine Good Brinky oi
this city
Mist Ethel Jost entertained in- j
formally at a tra last Sunday after- ’
the engagement of her sister Helen, i
Miss Louise Chase Myers, daughter of Mr and Mrs. George
Hewett Myers, who will probably be among the debutantes of next
season. —Uuderwuvd Ptioto.
Miss Margaret McReynolds, daughter of Repre
sentative and Mrs. Sam D. McReynolds, who today
announce her engagement to Mr. Darrell St Claire
of Phoenix, Ariz. — -itrudn.vji. ptmi*
Upper: Mrs. Carl L Ristine, wife of the special assistant to the Attorney General, with their daughter, Miss Martha
Ristine. who are now in their Home in Missouri. __ Bnci.iicii enoto.
Home of the Hoovers
In Palo Alto, Calif.,
To Be Wedding Scene
Miss Mildred Hall of Ber
wyn to Be B ride of T.
Allen Campbell.
The home of former President and
Mrs. Herbert Hoover in Palo Alto.
Calif., will be the scene of a wed
ding of more than usual interest to
Washington next month when the
loiters secretary. Miss Mildred Hall
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Hall of Berwyn, Md., will become
the bride of Mr T Allen Campbell,
son of the former Governor of Art
zona and Mrs. 'Thomas E. Campbell.
The engagement ol Miss Hall >*as
announced yesterday at a tea gi\eu
by Miss Bernice Miller in her home
Miss Hall first served Mrs. Hoover
as secretary when the tormer Presi
dent was head of the Commerce De
partment. and when Mr. and Mrs.
Hoover moved to the White House
thev took Miss Hall to the mansion
with them. So attached to her were
the tormer Chief Executive and
First Lady that when they returned
o their California home at the close
of the administration. Miss Hull went
with them.
Not only did Miss Hall do most of
Mrs. Hoover's Girl Scout corres
pondence. but she attended neally all
social functions at the White liouse
and generally assisted in the comfort
of the guests When the President
and Mrs Hoover went to the moun
tain camp in Virginia Miss Hall was
always a member of the party. She
often drove her own rgr to the Rap
idan camp and other t)mes*would
tContinued on Page 2, Column 6.> |
Miss Dorothy Tomlinson
Is Bride of Yesterday
Weds Col. Gorman de Freest Larner—Miss
Ruth Corhett Is Married to Louis
Stedman Flou ghto n.
An interesting informal wedding
took place yesterday in ilie Repre
sentative Methodist Episcopal Church
South alien Miss Dorothy Dunbar
Tomlinson, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Rums Henry Tomlinson, be
came the bride of Col. Gorman de
Freest Lamer, son of Mrs. Kobci i
Martm I-arner and the late Mr. iJr
ner. of this city. The ceremony was
performed at 10:io o'clock by Rev.
Dr Furdley Hutchison.
Tlie bride wore a traveling costume
of black veil crepe trimmed in white
with a black and while linen hat.
wnite accessories and a shoulder
corsage cluster of gardenias and lilies
of the valley.
A breakfast was given at the May
flower after the ceremony by the
mother of the bridegroom. Among the
relatives anc* close friends of the cou
ple who attended were Mr. and Mrs.
George Tayloe Ross, the sister and
brother-in-law of the bride, of Wash
ington' Mrs. Robert I.arner Mr. Rob
ert J. I-aruer of New York. Gov. Nel
lie Tayloe Ross and Mr Bradford
Ross of Washington.
Col and Mrs. Larner left on a
motor trip, planning to go to Ashe
ville, N C ; Smoky .Muimtam Na
tional Park. Nashville. Tenn. and
tram there to Chicago and New York.
The bride attended Tennessee Col
lege, in Murfeesboro, Tenn. after
ward studying art at the Acgpiemy of
Fine Arts in Chicago. She has been ''
a guest of her sister. Mrs. Ross at the
Westchester, since April.
Col. lasruer, a native of Washing
ton, aUrmtrd LawreuiTVille Prepara
tory Sciiool iu New Jersey, after
winch he went to Columbia Univer
sity. During Ihe World War he en
titled in the I.afayette Esqua drill*. in
which he served until he was trine*
ferred to the American Flying Corps,
where he rose to the rank of lieuten
ant colonel. He was one of America's
aces and was decorated With the
Distinguished Service Cross, with
bronze oak leaves, and the French
Croix de Guerre with three palms.
After the war lie Completed ills edu
cation at Coltimbiu. where lie was a
member of Delta Kappa Epsilon Fra
ternity aud the varsity loot ball learn,
Upon graduating hr became asso- 1
elated with a New York investment
house He is now in Washington as
a deputy administrator of the N. K.
A., and is a member of the Army
and Navy and Chevy Clu.se Country
On their leturn Col and Mr3 Iar
ner will live at Col. I.arner's estate.
Cause in. on the Potomac.
Mrs. Sue M Gray announces the
marriage of her daughter, Jessie Wini
fred Ream, to WilUani Franklin Cook
of Wilmington. Del.
The wedduig took place yesterday
afternoon in St Teresa s Church rec
tor'. with the Rev Father ©. J Kee
l Continued on Page 2, Column 3.j i
Few 0 f the Ca binet
Family Remain H ere
Over the Week End
Secretary of Stare Stays at
Home, as Does Miss
Frances Perkins,
Tlie Secretary of State and Mrs.
Cordell Hull are remaining in Wash
ington over Sunday. The only other
cabinet, officer ni the city over the
Week rhd tS Mr.i Frances Perkins,
Secretary of labor.
The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs
Claude A. Swanson are close by, how
ever, spending the week end on the
Sequoia with a party of friends. Mrs
Ickes. wife of tne Secretary of Com
merce. and their son, Mr. Raymond
likes, are in town.
The Secretary of the Treasury, Mr
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., will return to
Washington tomorrow. For several
weeks he has been with Mrs. Morgen*
thau and llieir children at a ranch hi
The Secretary of War and Mrs.
George if. Deru and their daughter.
Miss lietsy Deru. and Mrs. Wallace,
wife of tiu* Secretary of Agriculture
who are oil a cruise to Panama, are
not expected to return to Washington
until Uie middle oi next mouth. They
had planned to be here the first week
in August.
The Attorney General and Mrs
Homer 3 Cummings will leave Wash- ■
mgion today for a trip to Hawaii.
fc‘n route to the West Coast they wifi
visit several Federal prisons. The!
general counsel for the Reconstruc
tion Finance Corporation and Mrs .
Stanley Reed will -aaccompany t£»'
(.Continued an Page 2, Column i
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Mme. Moscicka, wife of the secretary of the Polish
embassy, who is among the members of the diplomatic set
in the Capital during the Summer. Mr. Moscicki is the
Son of the President Of Poland. — llrflfilrr-Hitndtrson Photo.
Many of the Diplomats
Are Absent From City
Ambassador of Belgium and Mme. May Are
Expected to Remain at Hot Springs
for Fortnight Longer.
The Ambassador of Belgium and
Mine. May are expected to remain at
Hot Springs for a fortnight longer.
They will then go to Newport for a
The Ambassador of Poland, Mr.
Stanlslaw Patek, U expected to return
lomoirow front Hot Springs where he
went (or the week end.
Tile Ambassador of Mexico. Senor
Dr. Don Pernando Gonzalez Roa has
as his guest at Blue Ridge Summit
tile counselor of the Mexican embassy
and Seuora dr Campos Ortiz, and the
military attache and Scnora de
■ Azcarate.
The Ambassador of Cuba and
Seuoia de Marque* Sterling am) their
sou Benor de Marque* Sterling, Jr„
are spending the day at the Annapolis
Hoads Club. *
The Ambassador and Senora dr
Marque* Sterling plan to go to
Havana later In the Summer.
The Minister Plenipotentiary, and
charge d’affaires ad interim of Chile.
Senor Don Kmiolio Edwards Bello, and
ills son Senor Kmiolio Edwards Belio
jr„ and the commercial secretary of
the Chilean embassy. Senor Don Car
los de la liurra. will go to New York j
this morning. The Minister's son and
Senor de la Barra will sail Tuesday
tor Chile aboard the Angol.
The Minister will return to Wash
ington Wednesday. later he and
Seuoia de Wards will go to Haiti and
l he Dominican Kepubhc before going
to Havana.
The Minister of Austria. Mr. Edgar
Prochnlk, wlw is with Ins lauuly at
Kehoboth. Del., is expected to return
to Washington at the end of the
i month for a short stay. He will rejoin 1
his family who will be at tile resort
until September.
The Minister of Guatemala and
Seuoia de Hecinos havr as their guests
at their place at blue Hldge Summit j
Senora de Sacaaa. wife of the Preai- |
dent of Nicaragua; her daughters. !
Seuorita Maria Sac Asa and Senorita
j Gloria Sacaxa, and the charge d'affaires
i of Nicaragua and senora de lie Buyie
The Minister of Czechoslovakia and
Mine Veverka and tneir daughter.
Mile. Nelia Vevrika. are expected to
return from Greenville. Me , the end j
of the month. Early in the Autumn
tne Minister and inn iauitiy will sail
for Czechoslovakia. *
The Minister of the Irish Free State.
Mr. Michael MacWhite, will return to
Washington the first of the week
from Kehoboth Beach, where he went
lor the week end.
The Minister of Venezuela and
Senora de Arcaya. who are at their
Inane hi Veuezih-lu. will return to
Washington in September.
The Minister of Panama and Senora
de Altaro will leave at the eud of the
week to visit their daughters, Senorita ,
VoianOA Alfaro and Senorita Amelia i
Allan# who are at Gleurocky,
Camj* in Virginia. latter they will j
Vo-ij,*their son. Senor Raoul Alfaro j
who is at Camp Youahnoka, in North
The Minister of Persia and Mine
Djaial are spending (tie week end at
ftehoboth Beach. Del.
The Minister of the Netherlands, j
•Jonkheer H M. vai^Haersma de With,
who is spending the week end at Hot .
Springs. Va„ will sail for Holland
the middle of next month. Mine,
van Haeratna de With has been at
tiieir home in the Netherlands for
several weeks.
The Minister of the Union of South
Africa and Mrs. Close will leave
Washington tins week for a vacation
In New England and Canada.
The Minister-counselor of the Span
ish Embassy. Sr nor Don Luis Yruso,
lias left for Mexico City to join his
family. He will return to Washing
ton in September. Senora de Yruso
and their daughters remaining In
Mexlca, Senora de Yrupo’s native
laud for a longer stay.
The counselor of the Legation of
Switzerland. Mr. Louis H. Mlcheli,
will entertain informally for a group
of friends at dinner oil the terrace
of the Shoreham Thursday evening.
The counselor of the Polish Em
bassy Mr. Wladyslaw Sokoiowski. has
Joined Mme. Sokolowska and their
children at Rrhobolh Beach for the
week end.
The charge d'affaires of Italy, Mar
quis Alberto Kossi Loughi. has re
joined his family at Bluemont after
spending a few days in Washington
tills week.
Mrs. Lohmami. wife of Dr. Johann
G. Iwrinnanu. second secretary of the
Germany Embassy, and her two small
children, IJli and Johann. Jr., will tail _
troin Baltimore at Lite end of the week
for Woods Hole. Maas., where they
will spend the remainder of the Sum
mer. Some time in August Mrs. Leh
mann will be joined by her mother.
Mrs. Lull Strobe, who will come from
Bremen. Germany to spend a short
time with her. Dr. Luhmann will join
his family in Woods Hole later in the
The attache of the Cuban Embassy,
Senor Don Eugenio Castillo. Is spend
ing the week end In Wilmington, Del,
The military attache of the Cuban
Embassy and Senora de Munllla have
(Continued on Page 3. Column 1.)
Congressional Girl
To Wed Arizonian
Representative and Mrs. Samuel
David Mi Reynolds of Chattanooga,
rent)., today announced the engage
ment of tneir daughter. Margaret, to
Mr. DaaTell St Claire, son of Mr.
and Mrs 11 B. St. Claire of Phoenix.
Aru. The wedding will lake place in
early Autumn at the McReynolds’
Chattanooga borne.
Mr. St. Claire and Miss McRey
nolds met ou President Roosevelt's
inauguration day. when Mr. St.
Claire came to the Capital to take a
position in the office of the secretary
uf the Senate. He is a former news
paper man. having worked on the
staff of the Arizona Republic at
Uotli were in the Capital contingent
to the lotidon Economic Conference
last June and July. Miss McReynolds
accompanying her father, who is
cnairman of the House Foreign Re
lations Committee. While there she
shared in one of her father's broad
casts. and her mother. In Washing
ton, heard her interviewed by a
reporter In England.
She was graduated from Oeorge
Washington University here, is a
member of Kappa kappa Gamma
Sorority and of the Chattanooga
Junior League. *

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