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President Roosevelt Host to Royal
Japanese Visitors Today at
Executive Mansion.
|>T^HE President will receive at the
tea hour this afternoon at the
I I White House their Imperial
• X Highnesses, Prince and Prin
cess Kaya, who arrived in
Washington last evening and are
staying at the Japanese Embassy. Tea
will be served in the private quarters
of the presidential family and in the
absence of Mrs. Roosevelt. Mrs. Sum
ner B. Welles, wife of the Assistant
Secretary of State, will act as hostess
for the President. The company at
the tea will be limited to Prince and
Princess Kaya, members of their suite
and the charge d'affaires of Japan and
Mme. PujiL Several officials of the
State Department will undoubtedly be
In the company.
The royal visitors, who are members
of the reigning family of Japan,
Prince Kaya being the cousin of the
Empress, will remain in Washington
until tomorrow afternoon, when they
will go to New York, where several
additional functions have been planned
in their honor.
Early today Prince and Princess
Kaya spent some time sightseeing,
visiting the Washington Monument,
the Tidal Basin to view the Japanese
cherry trees which were a gift of their
country to the United States, the
Capitol and other public buildings.
Prince Kaya was honor guest at a
luncheon given at the Carlton Hotel
today by the Acting Secretary of1
State, Mr. William Phillips, when the
company included the Secretary of
War, Mr. George H. Dern: Senator
James P. Pope, Representative Sol
Bloom, the charge d'affaires of Japan,
Mr. Keinosuke Fujii; the former
United States Ambassador to Japan,
Mr. William R. Castle, jr.: Assistant
Secretary of the Navy, Col. Henry
Latrobe Roosevelt; the Assistant Sec
retary of State, Mr. R. Walton
Moore; the special assistant to the
Secretary of State, Mr. James Clem
ent Dunn; Brig. Gen. Perry L.
Miles, commandant, 16 th Brigade;
Col. Kenjl Matsumoto, military at-1
tache, Japanese Embassy; Capt. Mas
sashl Kabayashi, naval attache, Japa
nese Embassy: Lieut. Col. Sen-Ichi
Kushibushi, aide to Prince Kaya; .
Maj. Maimoru Kanbe, physician to
Prince Kaya: Mr. Takemi Miura, sec
retary, Japanese Embassy; Judge
John Barton Payne, chairman. Amer
ican Red Cross; Dr. Stanley K. Horn
beck, chief. Division of Par Eastern
Affairs, Department of State; Col.
Kenyon A. Joyce, commandant, Fort
Myer; Col. R. L. Collins, Adjutant
General's Office, War Department;
Mr. Jefferson Patterson, assistant
chief, Division of Protocol and Con
ferences, Department of State; Mr.
Eugene H. Dooman, Division of Far
Eastern Affairs, Department of
State; Lieut. John Weckerling, aide
to Prince Kaya, and Lieut. Arthur H.
McCollum, Office of Naval Operations.
Princess Kaya had luncheon at the
embassy with Mme. Fuji!.
At 2:45 the distinguished Japanese
party boarded the Sequoia at the
Navy Yard for Mount Vernon, where
they placed a wreath on the tomb of
George Washington. This evening a
dinner will be given at the embassy
by the charge d'affaires and Mme.
Fujii for Prince and Prince* Kaya.
Tomorrow the visitors will have
luncheon at the embassy and in the
morning will visit Arlington to place
a wreath on the Tomb of the Un
- known Soldier.
Upon their arrival from New York
last evening Prince and Princess Kaya
were met by members of the State
Department and the Japanese Em
bassy. In New York several func
tions were given for them.
Yesterday in New York Princess
Kaya was entertained at luncheon by
Mme. Renzo Sawada. wife of the
Japanese consul in that city. The
other guests were Mme. Matsumura,
lady in waiting to the Princess Iida
and Mr. Eugene Dooman of the State
Senor and Senora de EspH
Resume Visit at Hot Springs.
The Ambassador of Argentina and
Senora de Espil returned today to
Hot Springs, after spending two days
in Washington. They came to at
tend the service yesterday for the
late Ambassador of Belgium. M. Paul
May, which was held in the amphi
theater at Arlington National Ceme
The Ambassador of Mexico, Senor
Dr. Don Fernando Gonzalez Roa,
Joined his nieces, the Senorltas Chico
Alatorre, in their cottage, at Blue
Ridge Summit, today after spending
several days in Washington.
The Minister of Bolivia and Senora
de Finot are spending several days
in New York, where they are at the
, The Minister of Ecuador. Senor
Capitan Colon Eloy Alfaro, has re
turned to Washington and reopened
his apartment, at the Mayflower. He
is accompanied by his son, Senor Don
Eloy Alfaro, jr„ who was with him
here in the Spring, and a younger
son, who probably will enter school in
the United States.
Mrs. Keyes, wife of Senator Henry
Wilder Keyes, Is sailing from New
York today on the Santa Elena for
California and Central American
Representative Martin J. Kennedy
Is in Washington, at the Carlton.
Former President and Mrs. Herbert
Hoover will be hosts tomorrow after
noon In their home on the campus
of Leland Stanford University at
Palo Alto, Calif., for the wedding re
ception of Miss Mildred Hall, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hall of
Berwyn, Md„ and Mr. Thomas Allen
Campbell of Hollywood, Calif., son of
former Gov. of Arizona and Mrs.
Thomas E. Campbell. Miss Hall and
Mr. Campbell will be married tomor
row afternoon at 4 o’clock In the
Memorial Chapel of the university
and the reception will follow Immedi
ately. Miss Hall has served as secre
tary to Mrs. Hoover since the former
President was Secretary of Commerce
and Mr. Campbell has spent much
time In Washington when his father
was civil service commissioner.
Mrs. Calvin Coolidge is the guest
of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. John Coolidge, In their
home in New Haven, Conn.
Mrs. James Roosevelt, mother of
the President, was met upon her ar
rival in New York yesterday by her
granddaughter, Mrs. Anna Roosevelt
Dali, who accompanied her to Hyde
Park. Before going there Mrs. Roose
velt entertained at luncheon at
Sherry's for her sister, Mrs. Price
Collier, and her brother, Mr. Frederic
A. Delano.
The charge d’affaires of Belgium,
Prince Eugene de Llgne, left Wash
ington this morning to accompany
Mme. May and Mile. Francoise May,
wife and daughter of the late Ambas
sador of Belgium, M. Paul May, to
New York. They are making the
trip by motor and Mme. May and
her daughter will sail tomorrow
aboard the lie de France for their
home In Belgium.
Prince de Llgne will remain In New
York for several days before return
ing to Washington.*
The secretary of the Rumanian
legation and Mme. Popovici will leave
Washington this afternoon to spend
some time at Bethany Beach.
The Solicitor General, Mr. James
Crawford Biggs, who has been abroad
for some time, will arrive In New
York this evening on the President
Surg. Gen. Patterson Guest
Of Gen. and Mrs. Haskell.
The surgeon general of the Army,
Maj. Gen. Roscoe U. Patterson, Is at
tending the National Guard encamp
ment at Peekskill and will be a guest
over the week end of Gen. and Mrs.
Haskell. Gen. Patterson will Join
Mrs. Patterson at Re ho both Beach
next week and remain through Au
Mr. Eugene R. Black, former gov
ernor of the Federal Reserve Board,
whose resignation was accepted by
the President on Wednesday, and who
at that time accepted the post of
liaison officer between the administra
tion and the banks of the country
has, with Mrs. Black, closed their
apartment at the Shoreham, which
they have occupied for more than a
year, and left Washington yesterday
for their home in Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Patrick Gulney has Joined
Gen. Guiney at their apartment In
the Kennedy-Warren, after spending
three weeks at Twilight Park in the
Catskill Mountains.
Maj. Louis A. Milne, M. C., U. S.
A., has arrived In Washington with
his family and Is at the Martinique.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Bier and
their son, Charles Bier, have gone to
the Adlrondacks for a vacation trip.
An interesting group dining to
gether at the Shoreham last evening
included the daughter and son of the
president of Nicaragua, Senorita
Maruca Sacasa and Senor Roberto
Sacasa; also the secretary of the
Chilean Embassy, Senor Fernando
Llanes; Senor and Senorita Sacasa's
cousin, Senor Fernando Sacasa;
Senorita Chita Arguello and Senorita
Maria Tercero.
Sacred Heart Church Scene
Of Marbut-Dodd Wedding
A simple but effectively planned
late Summer wedding will take place
this afternoon in the rectory of
Sacred Heart Church when Miss
Veronica Ann Dodd, daughter of Mrs.
Sarah O’Connor Dodd of 2524 Seven
teenth street northwest, will be mar
ried to Mr. Frederick Browning Mar
but, son of Dr. Curtis Fletcher Mar
but of 1843 Mintwood place. The
ceremony will be performed by Father
Gavin at 2:30 o’clock. “O Promise
Me" and Lohengrin’s “Wedding
March” will be played on the violin,
and the rectory will be decorated
with gladioli and ferns.
Mr. Daniel Dodd, brother of the
Fresh, Ripe Mangos Make
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Locally Owned and Operated
Upper left: Mrs. William B.
Crouch, with her children,
Georgia Ann and William C.
Crouch, spending the late Sum
mer in their home on Veazey
Upper right: Mrs. Lynn Quiggle
and her small son, Robert Lynn
Quiggle, guests of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffin.
Lower: Mrs. Thomas L. Hume,
jr„ and Suzanne and Thomas L.
Hume, 4th, who, with Mr. Hume,
are visiting Mrs. Hume’s par
ents in Dayton, Ohio.
—Harris-Ewing Photos.
bride, will accompany her to the
altar. Her wedding costume will be
of eggshell color satin, designed with
a train and sleeves forming points
over the hands, and a veil made of
old family lace and tulle caught with
orange blossoms. She will carry calla
lilies. She will be assisted by Miss
Margaret McReynolds, daughter of
the administrative assistant to the
Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs.
W. H. McReynolds, who will wear
a blue lace gown with a blue mous
seline de soie hat and will carry a
bouquet of Talisman roses and del
Mr. Theodore F. Koop of New York
will act as best man.
After the ceremony a reception will
be held at the Shoreham, the deco
rations consisting of talisman roses.
Mrs. Dodd, the bride’s mother, will
wear a gown of green lace with an
eggshell color leghorn hat with gar
The bride is a graduate of Wash
ington College of Law and is a mem
ber of Sigma Lambda Sorority. The
bridegroom attended University of
Missouri and George Washington
University, and is a member of Phi
Kappa Psl Fraternity and the Na
tional Press Club.
The bride will leave for her wed
ding trip in a blue and white print
crepe suit.
Upon their return, Mr. and Mrs.
Marbut will be at home at 1609
Thirty-first street.
Out-of-town guests who will attend
the ceremony are Miss Julia O’Con
nor and Mrs. R. T. Hollhan, aunts of
the bride from Aberdeen, S. Dak.
Miss Nancy Burgess Simpson of
Front Royal, Va„ has chosen Satur
day, September 1, for her marriage
to Lieut. (J. G.) Paul Walker Clarke
of the United States Navy. The wed
ding will take place in Calvary Epis
copal Church, in Front Royal.
The engagement was announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manley
O. Simpson, at a luncheon yesterday
in their home, Pinecrest, which was
attended by about 30 guests.
The bride-elect is a graduate of the
class of 1930, Warren County High
School, in Front Royal, and attended
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ton, where she studied dramtic art.
Lieut. Clarke, who is a son of Mrs.
Randolph Clarke of Hertford, N. C.,
after attending Virginia Polytecnic
Institute for three years, was gradu
ated from the United States Naval
Academy at Annapolis with the class
of 1031. He acoompanied the fleet
from the Pacific Coast recently, on
the U. S. S. Arkansas, and is now on
the United States destroyer Noah. He
will enter the post graduate Naval
School In Philadelphia this Fall.
Maj. Alsutter Wells of Washington
is on vacation at the Slppican Hotel,
Provincetown, Mass.
Lieut. (Junior Grade) Harry A.
Simms, U. S. N„ and Mrs. Simms,
accompanied by Miss Rebecca Reily,
left Saturday by motor for Jamestown
and Newport, R. I., where Lieut.
Simms will Join his ship, the destroyer
Rebuen James, stationed at Newport
with the United States Fleet. They
expect to return to Hyattsville the
latter part of September.
Miss Reily has been visiting Mrs.
Simms and her mother at their home:
on Owens avenue, Hyattsville, since
her return from a visit to her cousin,
Miss Edith Gallant, in St. Petersburg,
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Mis* Katharine Peabody Gardner,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Pea
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body Gardner, Jr., of Brookline, Mass.,
and Mr. Parmely Webb Herrick, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herrick of New
York and Cleveland, were married at
noon today. The ceremony was per
formed In Trinity Church, In Boston,
Rev. Arthur Lee Kinsolving officiating.
The church was decorated with white
Midsummer flowers against a back
ground of palms and ferns, and tall,
lighted candles were in the chancel.
The bride was escorted by her fa
ther and wore a gown of white taffeta
made on princess lines, the full flar
ing skirt falling into a fan-shaped
train. Her tulle veil was held by a
close-fitting cap of tulle and she car
ried white orchids.
Miss Isabelle Gardner was maid of
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after a drawing of Kate Greenaway s,
made of white point d'esprit and her
poke bonnet was of leghorn straw.
Mr. Warren Delano Robbins, Jr.,
son of the United States Minister to
Canada and Mrs. Robbins, was best
man and the ushers included Mr.
Robert Grant, 3d. of Long Island;
Mr. Charles Cheever and Mr. George
Peabody Oardner. 3d, of Boston: Mr.
Malcolm Stewart of Brookline, Mr.
James Paul of Philadelphia and Mr.
Francis Richardson of Dover. Del.
A wedding breakfast followed Im
mediately at Green Hill, in the home
of the brides parents in Brookline,
and later Mr. and Mrs. Herrick
started for a wedding trip abroad.
They will tour the Scandinavian
countries and after October 1 will be
at home at 463 East Fifty-seventh
street, in New York City. Mr Her
rick is a grandson of the late United
States Ambassador to France, Mr.
Myron T. Herrick, who was host to
Col. Charles A. Lindbergh at the
United States embassy in Paris after
the latter’s famous solo flight across
the Atlantic.
Miss Dorothy Fell and Mr. John
Fell, daughter and son of Mrs. Ogden
L. Mills, wife of the farmer Secretary
of the Treasury, are guests of Mrs.
Payne Whitney at her home at Sara
toga Springs.
Dr. and Mrs. Edgar E. Quayle have
returned to their home on Blltmore
street after a trip through New Eng
land. They visited friends in the
White Mountains and at Newport.
Mrs. James O. Wenti entertained at
tea yesterday afternoon at Newport
In honor of her nephew, Mr. Roland
P. Jackson, Jr„ of Garden City, Long
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tertown, Md., Is In Washington for
a few days and a guest at the May
flower. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard re
cently have returned East from a trip
to the Pacific Coast.
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tained a small company at luncheon
yesterday at the Carlton.
Out-of-Town Weddings
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Mrs. Rebecca B. Huber, Stephens
City, Va., has announced the mar
riage of her daughter, Miss Evelyn
Graham Huber, to Mr. Norman Wise
Bean, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bean
of Stephens City, which took place
Wednesday. August 15. The Rev. C.
C. Bush performed the ceremony. Mr.
and Mrs. Bean will reside In Wash
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Rickard of
Luray, Va.. announce the marriage of
their daughter. Naomi, to Mr. Hugh
Slonaker of Winchester. The cere
mony was performed Wednesday In
Hagerstown. Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Slonaker are now on
a trip to West Virginia, and upon
their return will reside near Win
The wedding of Miss Edythe Glynn
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