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arranged at one side. At her waist
•he wore a cluster of pale lavender
orchids and lilies of the valley.
Miss Mary Sabra Hunt was her sis
ter's maid of honor and only attend
ant, wearing a gown c/ turquoise
green satin, made with a vonk's cowl
and sl«eves, and a short ixain. With
this sne wore a silver cord around
her waist and her other accessories
were silver. Her corsage bouquet was
of pale pink roses.
Mr. Richard Lyle, brother of the
bridegroom, acted as best man.
A reception followed the ceremony,
when the young couple were assisted
in receiving by Mrs. Hunt, mother of
the bride, who wore an orchid crepe
princess gown and talisman roses, also
by Mrs. Lyle, mother of the bride
groom, who was dressed in black crepe
trimmed in lace, with a corsage spray
In the dining room, where refresh
ments were served, the table had as
a centerpiece a bowl of pink roses and
tall, white candles in silver holders,
and throughout the home roses, snap
dragons and chrysanthemums were
artistically arranged in vases and
Later in the evening Mr. Lyle and
his bride left on their wedding trip,
the latter traveling in a two-piece
wool ensemble in a shade of hunter's
green, with the coat collar of fox
fur. Upon their return they will re
side with the bride's parents until
January 1, when they will take an
apartment in Washington.
Entertainments for the bride prior
to her marriage were a shower given
her by co-workers in the procure
ment division of the Treasury Depart
ment and a shower by the members
of Mu Chapter, Tau Phi Sorority, of
which she is a member.
Out-of-town guests at the wedding
included Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eugene
Buck of New York city, also an uncle
and aunt of the bride, Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick L. Dunn of Baltimore, Md.
The Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Mont
gomery have returned to Washington
after an absence In California of
about two years. During the Sum
mer and on their way East they
spent several months with their son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Montgomery, in Southern Mis
souri, and they also visited Mrs.
Montgomery's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Mathewson, in Orlando, Fla.
They were In Michigan attending
the Fall Council of the General Con
ference at Battle Creek a number of
days, Mr. Montgomery, who is one
of the vice presidents, assisting as
Yesterday afternoon from 3:30 to 5
o'clock Mrs. Brown, wife of Prof.
Thomas Benjamin Brown of George
Washington University, was hostess
at a silver tea at her home In Thrif
ton Village, Va., the event being
giveii for the benefit of the teachers'
fund of the Woodmont School.
Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Ar
thur Fridinger, Mrs. Charles Mc
Culley, Mrs. Anson Hoon and Mrs.
H. W. Estes, who alternated at the
tea table, while Mrs. J. D. Wildman
gave a reading and Mrs. Thomas
Jones and Miss Winifred Wright
rendered piano solos.
Tuesday evening Mrs. Blanche
Yorkdale, captain of Girl Scout Troop
No. 4, was given a surprise party
and handkerchief shower at the home
of Mrs. Brown, in Thrifton Village,
when 20 Girl Scouts of Troop No. 4
arranged the party in appreciation
oi their leader's untiring services.
Gala Night at Earle
To See "Flirtation Walk."
The Secretary of War, Mr. George
H. Dern; the Assistant Secretary oi
War, Mr. Harry H. Woodring, and the
chief of stall, Gen. Douglas MacAr
thur, head the list of distinguished
guests who have been Invited to at
tend the premiere performance of
"Flirtation Walk" at the Earle Theater
"Flirtation Walk" was filmed at the
United States Military Academy, West
Point, under the supervision of the
War Department and with full co
operation of Academy authorities.
Invitations have also been sent to
Gen. George S. Simondi, command -
ér Army War College; Capt. T. J.
Davis, aide-de-camp to the chief of
staff; Maj.Gen. Hugh A Drum, deputy
chief of staff; Brig. Gen. Andrew
Moses, assistant chief of staff; Brig.
Gen. Alfred T. Smith, assistant chief
of staff; Brig. Gen. John H. Hughes,
assistant chief of staff; Maj. Gen.
Robert E. Callan, assistant chief of
staff; Brig. Gen. Charles E. Kllbourne,
assistant chief of staff, W. P. D.; Maj.
Gen. James F. McKinley, the adjutant
general; Brig. Gen. Edgar T. Conley,
assistant to the adjutant general; Maj.
Gen. John F. Preston, the Inspector
general; Maj. Gen. Arthur W. Brown,
the judge advocate general, and Maj.
Gen. Louis H. Bash, the quartermas
Also Brig. Gen. Alexander E. Wil
liams, Brig. Gen. Patrick W. Guiney
and Brig. Gen. William R. Gibson, as
sistants to the quartermaster general;
Maj. Gen. Robert U. Patterson, the
surgeon general; Brig. Gen. Matthew
A. De Laney and Brig. Gen. Albert E.
Truby, assistants to the surgeon gen
eral; Maj. Gen. Frederick W. Coleman,
chief of finance; Ma J. Oen. Edward
M. Markham, chief of engineers; Brig.
Oen. Oeorge B. Pillsbury, assistant to
the chief of engineers; MaJ. Oen. Wil
liam H. Tschappat, chief of ordnance,
and Brig. Oen. H. W. Schull and Brig.
Oen. £. M. Shinkle, assistants to the
chief of ordnance.
Others Invited are MaJ. Oen. Irving
J. Carr, chief signal officer; Maj. Oen.
Claude E. Brigham, chief of the
Chemical Warfare Service; Brig. Oen.
Creed F. Cox, chief of the Bureau of
Insular Affairs; MaJ. Oen. Oeorge E.
Leach, chief of the National Guard
Bureau; Col. Alva J. Bras ted, chief of
chaplains; Maj. Oen. Leon B. Kromer,
chief of Cavalry; Ma]. Gen. Upton
Blrnle, jr., chief of Field Artillery;
Maj. Oen. William F. Hase, chief of
Coast Artillery; Maj. Oen. Edward
Croft, chief of Infantry; Maj. Oen.
Benjamin D. Foulois, chief of the Air
Corps; Brig. Gen. Oscar Westover, as
sistant to the chief of the Air Corps;
Col. Robert L. Collins, adjutant gen
eral's department; Lieut. Col. William
F. Pearson, adjutant general's depart
ment; Capt. Frederick W. Hoorn. Sig
nal Corps; Capt. Melvin E. Gillette,
Signal Corps; Lieut. William W. Jer
vey, Signal Corps; Maj. Carl H. Seals,
general staff; MaJ. John B. Wogan,
general staff, and Brig. Gen. James E.
Chaney, assistant chief of Air Corps.
The annual reunion of the alumnae
and faculty of Holy Cross Academy
will take place at the academy to
morrow evening at 7:30 o'clock. Miss
Margaret Lusby is general chairman.
Mrs. Ruth McKee Werber, chairman
of entertainment, having as assistants
Miss Ruth Lusby, Miss Mary Lusby,
Miss Margaret Quinn, Miss Isabelle
Dagneoux, Miss Regina Hartnett, Miss
Audry Hutchinson, Miss Esther Mil
ler, Miss Margaret Pearson, Miss Ma
ritta Houlihan, Miss Nancy and Betty
Jones. Dr. Julia Kennedy is chair
man of refreshment· and has ap
pointed Mise Ruth Craven, Miss Sheila
Doody, Mlw Marie Ellen Cremen, Miss
Marie Diamond, Miss Mary Burke,
Miss Beetle Raney, Mrs. Ray Harper,
Mrs. Harry Neitzer, Miss Elizabeth
Leech, Miss Evelyn Ford, to assist.
Miss Margaret Quinn is in charge of
decorations and Miss Elizabeth Leech
Mrs. Francis M. Murray, president
of the alumnae, and the members
of the board, Mrs. Phil Brown, Miss
Gwendolyn Dichlnson, Mrs. John
Helster, Miss Bessie Schroth, Miss
Lucy Hammett and Miss Olive Sum
mers will receive informally.
Mr. Francis Jean Reuter, chairman
of fine arts of the International Art
Forum, and Mrs. Reuter was among
those Invited for the private view and
opening of the survey of French paint
ing exhibition by his excellency, the
French Ambassador, at the Baltimore
Museum of Art on Friday, Novem
Mr. Reuter will conduct a tour of
this collection for members and
friends of the forum Sunday, Decem
ber 2 and Wednesday, December 5.
Persons Interested should communi
cate with Mr. Reuter at 3620 Six
teenth street northwest.
University Women Hosts
To Distinguished Guests.
The Washington branch of the
American Association of University
Womfti will give a buffet supper at 6
o'clock Sunday night, at the club
bouse, 1634 I street.
A round-table discussion will fol·,
low the supper on the subject of "The
Problem of Unemployment." Taking
part In the panel will be Dr. Ε. E.
Wltte, director of the Committee on
Social ' Security, appointed by the
President; Dr. Merrill Murray and Mrs.
Barbara Armstrong, members of the
same cocmlttee; Senator Hugo Black
of Alabama, Mi-. Albert Deane, author
of the Deane plan for unemployment,
and Dr. William Lelsersson, chairman
of the National Mediation Board.
Mr. Edward T. Warner, member of
the Aviation Board, will introduce the
speakers, and Mrs. Richard Hogue,
vice president of Washington Branch,
A card party for St. Matthew's
Church Sodality of the Β. V. M. will be
held at the Mayflower Hotel this eve
ning for the benefit of Our Lady's
Chapel and the mission schools of
The Patroness Committer includes
Miss Mary Mangan, Miss Florence
Elchen, Miss Regina Coady and Miss
The Floor Committee included Miss
Kathryn Griffin, Miss Katherine
Burke, Miss Matilda Haney, Miss
Mary Hannan, Miss Mary Riley, Miss
Hortense Rouche, Mrs. Daniel Mu
larkey. Miss Catherine Brown and
Miss Sarah O'Neill.
In charge of prizes are Mrs. P. F.
Hannan, Mrs. A. E. Effer, Mrs. G.
Geracl and Mrs. Mahan.
The Candy Committee Includes Mrs.
John Hauber, Miss Anne Donlln, Mrs.
Chester Mansfield, Mrs. F. May,
Misses Y. and V. Geracl, Miss Cath
erine Walters and Miss Eileen Conroy.
Mrs. Donald Rlchberg will act as
hostess at a tea at the Woman's Na
tional Democratic Club tomorrow aft
ernoon for the members and their
guests. Mrs. Charles Hamlin, presi
dent of the club, will receive with Mrs.
Assisting in introducing the guests
and presiding over the tea table will
be Mrs. Basil Manley, Mrs. Merrit O.
Chance, Miss Portia Oberly, Mrs.
Harry Covington, Mrs. Eugene JO.
Sykes, Mrs. J. Craig Peacock, Mrs.
W. W. Cook, Mrs. Percy Quinn, Mrs.
William M. Comad, Mrs. Robert W.
Hunter and Mrs. James L. Baity. Mrs.
James G. Newton is chairman of the
committee arranging the tea.
Monday Mr. John W. Studebaker,
newly appointed commissioner of edu
cation, will speak at the forum lunch
eon at the club on "Safeguarding
Democracy Through Public Forums."
Mr. Studebaker, formerly superin
tendent of public schools at Des
Moines, Iowa, has also been a lec
turer at Yale. Mrs. Huston Thomp
son will Introduce Mr. Studebaker.
The tea to be held Sunday from 4
to β o'clock by the District of Colum
bia Branch of the National Woman's
Party at 144 Β street northeast, Mrs.
Lucia Hanna Hadley. chairman, will
be In honor of the Washington dele
gates who attended the national con
vention at the New Weston Hotel,
New York, November 16, 17 and 18.
Those who attended from Washlng
ton were Miss Anitz Pollltzer, Mrs.
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for Thanksgiving Dinner
Thursday the 29th
As usual, a specially at
tractive menu has been
planned and with Dodge
service you and the family
and guests will have
from the responsibilities at
Served From 12 to 8
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25 Different Models
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Misses', women's and juniors' sizes.
Coat Shop—Fourth Floor.
Over 100 Coats at $29.75, $39.75 and $49.75.
sizes 11 to 17
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Colors: Brown. Rasp
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Dress Shop—Third Floor.
Give a Practical Gift This Yectt
Fine Quality Slips of
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Both models are handsome
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. are offering at these attrac
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