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Nicaraguan Group
Guests at Quantico
Of Col. and Mrs. Price
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Charge de Bavle and Wife J
and Senora Somora, Wife
of Nation s Guard Com-.
mandante. Entertained. |
QUANTICO. Va.. November 24 — j
The Nicaraguan charge d'affairs,,
S«nor Henri de Bayle. with Senora de
Bavle and Senora Anastasia Somoza,
wife of Maj. Gen. Somoza. command- i
ente of the Guardia Nationale, were '
guests as Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Charles ;
F. B. Price on Friday. Following a
reception In quarters, which included
personnel who had served in Nica-1
ragua. a dinner was given by Lieut. I
Col. and Mrs. Price at the officers' j
iress. Besides the guests of honor
there were present Mrs. E. O. Salt
marsh, Col. and Mrs. Robert Denig,
Miss Betty Price and Lieut. Alva Lass
well.
Thursday the officers" mess gave a
reception and tea dance to Lieut.
Comdr. and Mrs. William Dalton Da- I
vis as a tribute to Dr. Davis, who for
three years has occupied the position j
of family physician and is under orders '
for duty on board the U. S. S. Rich- j
mond. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. James
Breckenridge and Capt. and Mrs. Wil
liam Mann received with Dr. and Airs, j
Davis and the tea tables were presided j
over by Mrs. Albin Cecha. Mrs. F. T.1
Evans. Mrs. Miles Thacher. Mrs. Rob- j
ert Blake. Mrs. Raymond Knapp. Mrs. |
George Bahn. Mrs. Floyd Bennett and
Mrs. Edward L. Pugh.
Mrs. Ernest Freiderick. wife of Capt. :
Frederick, commanding the U. S. S. J
Utah, and Mrs. William Faulkner,
who have been guests of Dr. and Mrs.
George Dowling. left Monday for Long
Island.
Miss Mary Clapp sppnt several days
«ith Miss Dixie Ancrum and left early
this week for New York, where she
«ill embark with her parents. Lieut.
Col. and Mrs. Leander Clapp. for their
new station on Guantanamo Bay.
Cuba.
Dr. Hugh Mauldin was host at a
dinner and bridge given at the officers'
mess Tuesday evening in honor of
Mrs. Mauldin's birthday anniversary.
Mrs. Paul H. Benz entertained at
s bridge luncheon Friday, her guests
being Mrs. John McCormack. Mrs.
William H. Tverman, Mrs. Alexander
Entringer. Mrs. William Corbin, Mrs.
Thomas Quigley, Mrs. James Meyers,
Mrs. Theodore Gooding and Mrs.
Charles Burton.
Mrs. William P. T. Hill, who is one
of the recent arrivals on the station,
•was the honor guest at a bridge tea
given in quarters Friday by Mrs. Mar
garet Towner.
Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. W. Dalton
Davis will be the honor guests at a
Sunday night supper given tonight
by Capt. and Mrs. Floyd Bennett.
Mr. and Mrs. Landerville Ledoux
were hosts at a dinner Saturday night.
Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. Hugh Alex
ander announce the birth of a daugh
ter Monday, Novmeber 19.
Capt. and Mrs. John O'Leary of
Parris Island. S. C., visited friends
here on Wednesday.
Lieut, and Mrs. Francis McQuillan
have returned from their wedding
to the Middle West and are living
In the Scelzi Apartments.
Brig. Gen. and Mrs. James Brecken
ririge have visiting them the letter's
sister. Miss Imogene Thompson and
Miss Elizabeth White, both of Lees
burg, Va.; on Wednesday Miss Thomp
son and Miss White were guests
of Mrs. Robert Blake at the matinee
performance of "Richelieu."
Lieut. Col. apd Mrs. Julian Smith
spent this weëk as guests of Capt.
and Mrs. Duncan^Valler: Lieut. Col.
Smith is in command of the Basic
Officers' School at Philadelphia.
Mrs. Thomas Tighe was hostess at
a bridge tea oo Tuesday.
Mrs. Jacob Qenhard. who has been
Keriously ill in Peoria. 111., has re
covered sufficiently to accompany Capt.
Lienhard when he returned from his
trip to the Middle West.
On Tuesday Miss Mary Miller Kress
entertained at bridge.
Capt. Evans Ames has reported
here from his recent station at Ports
mouth, Va., and with his family is
living at Dumphries until Government
quarters are available.
Falls Church Bride-elect
Is Given Surprise Party
Miss Caroline Coward. Miss Mary
MrLeod and Miss Sarah Hinman en
tertained at a surprise kitchen shower
Thursday night for Miss Catherine
Flagg. whose marriage to Mr. John
Calhoun Elliott will take place at the
Falls Church December 9. The party
was given at Miss Hinman's home,
and the gifts were cleverly concealed
in the oven of a cardboard electric
*tove. The guests included Mrs. Ed
mund Flagg, mother of the bride
elect; Mrs. Herbert Coward. Mrs. W. S.
Hinman, Mrs. R. A. Cushman, Mrs.
W. W. Gillette, Miss Eunice Nourse.
Miss Katherine Moran. Miss Betty
Cline. Miss Frances Butterworth, Mrs.
W. S. Hinman. jr.; Miss Margery
Jones, Miss Ellen Coward. Miss Jane
Cline. all of Falls Church; Miss Grace
Beaman and Miss Charlotte Beaman
of Cherrydale. and Mrs. Butler Gor
don, Mrs. J. Russell Young, jr.: Mrs.
John S. Kenestrick and Miss Marian
Couard of Washington.
Mrs. Edward G. Fenwick was hostess
to 20 guests at a family dinner Wed
nesday night in celebration of her
husband's birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Wheat and
daughter Betty Ann of Sewickly, Pa.,
were week end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. D. Williams and family.
The Falls Church Study Club met
at the home of Miss Anna and Miss
Agnes Smith Monday night. Dr.
Henry Knowles reviewed "Othello."
Mrs. J. M. des Rochers of Alexan
dria was the guest of Mrs. E. L. Mac
Nair of Falls Church the first part of
the week.
At the November meeting of the
Falls Church (.Va.) Woman's Club,
which was held at the home of Mrs.
John T. Bowen, the entertainment
consisted of a delightful program of
music, which was arranged by Mrs.
Roberts of the Washington College of
Music and given by talented young,
artists from that school—Miss Eliza
beth Rankin King, pianist, and Miss
Marguerite Moncure of Alexandria,
■oprana soloist.
Miss Moncure has a pleasing voice,
end Miss King showed splendid mas
tery of her instrument. Miss King
accompanied Miss Moncure. Tea was
served after the urogram.
Miss Elizabeth Barnes of Falls
Church. Va., accompanied by her
aunt, Miss Bessie Barnes, has gone to
her former home, at Srlma, Ala., to
be with her mother, and her marriage
to Mr. Donald Mills, formerly of Ar
lington County, will take place there
instead of at Falls Church.
Research Club Breakfast
In Dodge Garden House
The Research Club is entertaining
•t breakfast this morning in the gar
den house of the Dodge. The topic
to be discussed is "Character Educa
tion." Judge Fay Bentley of the
Juvenile Court, Miss Alice C. Shelton.
director of the department of school |
attendance and work permits, and ι
Mr. Robert S. Anderson, statistician. |
will be the principal speakers. Mrs.
H. J. Walther is chairman of the Pro
yam Committee.
WILL VISIT HERE
MRS. JOHN THOMAS JONF.S
Of Decatur. Ala , and Palm Beach, Fla . who will be the Thanksgiving
guest ol Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Hill in Columbia Heights.
CM Personal Interest
To Washington Residents
Mrs Isadore Kahn of 5709 Sixteenth
street announces the engagement of
her daughter Lillian Hortense tx> Mr.
Stanley Irving Posner. son of Mr..end
Mrs. Benjamin Posner of Worcester.
Mass. Mrs. Kahn will he at
honor of the young couple Satufflaj
evening, December 1, from 9 to 11
o'clock
The Woodmont Country Club has
sent out cards for a Thanksgiving eve
dinner dance Wednesday night. A
number of private cocktail parties will
be given preceding the affair.
Mrs Louis Koenigsberger of Atlantic
Citv is visiting her mother Mrs.
Charles Kaufman and her brother-in
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. Lieb
man of Woodley Park Towers
Mrs. James Lansburgh of Wardman
Park Hotel is visiting her nephew and
niece Mr. and Mrs. Myer Cohn in
Pittsburgh, and later will go to Kansas
City, Mo., to visit her sisters for sev
eral weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Gutmann,
the latter formerly Miss Elizabeth L.
Kohner, whose mamaert00* place
last Sunday, after a wedding trip
Atlantic City will make their home in
New York on Central Park Avenue
Wf>st
The Junior Council is giving a
Thanssgiving dance Wednesday night
at the Snoreham.
Mrs Robert Meyer has returned to
her apartment in the Broadmoor
from a 10 days' stay in Noifolk. Va
where she visited her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Stras
bUMrs. Joseph Wolf of pit^|sbur^, ^
visiting her two daughters. Mrs. Ralph
Goldsmith and Mrs. Milton Ha; ns.
Miss Cora Rubin has returned from
a visit in Boise. Idaho, and is spend
tag the Winter at Woodley Park
T°TheS Pi-Tau-Pi Fraternity silver
jubilee will take place in Chicago De
cember 26-29. The headquarters of
conclave will 1* "
the nembers of the Junior Hadassah
took place last Sunday. On December
2 a dance will be given at the Arling
ton Hotel, and the annual dance will
take place at the Willard February 21.
Miss Elizabeth Ann Kaufman is vis
iting Mr. end Mrs. Arthur Marks. Jr.
at their parent's home in Woodmer .
Long island. She will return for
Thanksgiving. accompaned b> Mr
and Mrs. Marks, who ^ll spcnd the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Marks of Wardman Park Hotel.
Mrs Edward C. Furman was hostess
Thursday, entertaining at a s£c£"d
series of teas at her home, 1868 Co
lumbia road. ,
Mrs. M. Gutman of New York is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sidney H.
Reiwnstein of Woodley Paris. °wp /
Mrs. Daisy Lesser was hostess Frl
day at a luncheon followed by bridge
at the Ambassador Hotel. Cover»
were laid for 24 guests.
Mrs. David Himmelblau has re
turned to her home in Chicago after
a visit to her mother, Mrs. Leo
MJArs. Fred Berman of South Bos
ton. Va., is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. M. Morris. , ..
Mrs Eugene Katz of Chicago is the
guest of relatives for several wçek.v
Mrs. Benjamin K. Leon was hostess
Thursday at a bridge luncheon, at
her home on Van Buren street. Covers
were laid for 10 guests Mrs. James
E. Greenberg of New York *iΠ
the guest of her parents. Dr. and
Mrs Leon, over Thanksgiving.
Mrs. M. S. Cohen is leaving today
forLos Angeles. Calif., to spendI the
Winter as the guest of her brother
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A.
0tAnumber of young folks win motor
to Charlottesville, Va., for Thanks
divine and to spend the week end at
S. MW« o.
Atlantic City motored here last week
and are guests of the letter's parents,
Mr and Mrs. Max Pimes.
The donors' luncheon of the Adas
1
Israel Temple will take place at the
Mayflower Hotel Tuesday. December 4.
The proceeds of the affair will be de
voted to a permanent memorial for
the late Mrs. Herman Hollander.
Mrs. Morris Gewirz is chairman.
Mrs. Sallie Weinrich was hostess at
a birthday dinner party Thursday
night, at her home on Macomb street,
entertaining members of her family
and a group of ladies of her card
circle. Covers were laid for 15 guests.
Junior Hadassah is sponsoring a
benefit bingo party Thursday, De
cember 6. at 8:15 o'clock p.m.. at the
Jewish Community Center. Sixteenth
and Q streets northwest. Miss Hilda
Sirgel is in charge of arrangements.
Attractive door and game prizes will
be offered.
Mrs. Ted Keller and her son Mickey,
formerly of Washington and now of
Pittsburgh, Pa., are visiting the for
mer's mother. Mrs. Mark Keller, ior
a few days.
District League Pen Women
Meet at Burlington
An informal reception will be given
to new members by the District of
Columbia League of American Pen
Women tomorrow at 8 o'clock in the
Burlington Hotel studio, following the
regular business session. Dr. Butts,
the president, will present them and
they will be asked to discuss briefly
their special creative interests. Sev
eral interesting items have come to
light through interviews. The an
cestral home of one of these mem
bers, Mrs. Lucretia del Valle Grady,
one of the few remaining homesteads
when Helen Hunt Jackson went to
California to gather material for her
book, became the setting for Samona
and Mrs. Grady's father and grand
mother served as originals for the
characters of Felipe and San Moreno.
Lelia Pier King started something
when she wrote a letter to one of the
newspapers protesting against the use
of the portable schools, for the edi
torial and cartoons by Berryman
stirred up a movement toward a cam
paign which later abolished their use.
Everill W. Murphy, Emma J. Gra
dy. Dr. Marie Margaret Ready, Irma
Nabors Johnson. Lillian Cobb Baird,
Catherine S. Scott, Texie A. Y.
Stackhouse, Rose Robinson Cohen,
and Edness Kimball Wilkins all have
done interesting things along the lines
of poetry, music, drama, radio and
fiction. Dorothy Stewart, better
known as ' Aunt Sue" in the Aunt Sue
and Polly programs on the radio, and
Inez Sheldon, editor of the poetry
magazine Blue Moon, are both well
known.
Drama Guild Play
Has Many Patrons
The Drama Guild of Washington
announces the hostesses and ushers
for their first play. "Ladies of the
Jury," which will be given at Ward
man Park Theater November 26
and 27. In the group for Monday
evening the hostesses will be Mrs.
Frederick Ernest Farrington, Mrs.
Philip Sidney Smith and Miss Bertha
Noyes, and the hostesses for Tuesday
evening are Mrs. Albert W. Atwood,
Mrs. Lee D. Butler and Miss Mona W.
Gill.
The ushers for both evenings will
include Miss Betty Hooper, Miss Ray
Zigler. Miss Evelyn Chase. Miss Fran
ces Hand, Miss Betty Brumstetter,
Miss Mildred Merrill and Miss Helen
Connell.
Additional patrons for the Drama
Guild season are Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Qulncy Adams, Mrs. Hiram Bingham,
Mrs. Nellie Tayloe Ross, Senator
and Mrs. William H. King, Dr. and
Mrs. Frank W. Ballou and Col. and
Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss.
Mr·. TownsencTe Morning
Musicales Begin Dec. 19
Mrs. Roosevelt is expected to at
tc I the first of Mrs. Lawrence Town
send's Wednesday morning musicales,
December 19, when Miss Katharine
Meisle, contralto, and Mr. Richard
Crooks, tenor, oi the Metropolitan
Opera Co., will give the program
In the ball room of the Mayflower at
11:15 o'clock. Mrs. Townsend has ar
ranged "a series of Wednesday morn
ing musicales through the mldsea
son for some years, starting in
the ball room of Rauscher's, which
occupied the site of the La Salle Apart
ment House. Each year the interest
in these musicales has Increased,
necessitating a larger place, until Mrs.
Townsend moved them to the May
flower.
Official diplomatic and residential
society is well represented at each
of these musicales and many hostesses
who entertain at luncheon, following
the program in the presidential din
ing room of the Mayflower. In ad
dition to Mrs. Roosevelt, boxholders
and subscribers include the Ambas
sador of Italy, Signor Agusto Rosso;
Mme. de Laboulaye, wife of the Am
bassador of France; the Ambassador
of Germany, Herr Hans Luther: the
Ambassador of Japan and Mme. Saito,
Mrs. Roberts, wife of Associate Jus
tice Owen J. Roberts; the Minister
of Canada and Mrs. Herridge, the
Minister of Panama and Senora de
Alfaro, the Minister of Hungary and
Mme. Pelenyi, the Minister of Nor
way and Mme. Munthe de Morgen
stierne, Mrs. Couzens, wife of Sena
tor James Couzens; Mrs. Barbour,
wife of Senator W. Warren Barbour:
Representative and Mrs. Chester C.
Bolton, the Undersecretary of the
Treasury and Mrs. Thomas Jefferson
Coolidge. Assistant Secretary of State
and Mrs. Wilbur J. Carr, Assistant
Secretary of State and Mrs. Β Sumner
Welles, the chief of protocol of the
State Department ana Mrs. jamcs
Clement Dunn, Countess de Leuss".
former United States Ambassador to
Argentina and Mrs. Robert Woods
Bliss, former United States Ambassa
dor to the Court of St. James and Mrs
Alanson B. Houghton, former United
States Ambassador to Spain and Mrs.
Irwin B. Laughlin. Mrs. Hugh C. Wal
lace, widow of the former United States
Ambassador to France: Mrs. William
S. Culbertson, wife of former United
j States Ambassador to Chile: former
United States Minister to Uruguay.
! Mr. U. Grant Smith; Mrs. Hiram
j Bingham, Mrs. Chauncey M. De pew,
Mrs. Thomas W. Phillips, jr.: Mrs.
j Charles Cary Rumsey. Mrs. Kieth Mer
' rill, Mrs. R. S. Reynolds Hitt, Mrs.
Hennen Jennings. Mrs. William Cor
coran Eustis, Mrs. Alvin T. Hert, Mrs.
j Tracy Dows. Mrs. Charles Carroll
J Glover, jr.: Mrs. Daniel C. Stapleton.
Mrs. Eugene Roberts, whose parents,
ί the Minister of Hungary to Great
; Britain and Countess Szechenvi were
j boxholders for the season, while the
Minister represented his government
1 in Washington for many years: Mrs.
: John F Wilkins. Mrs. Joseph Leiter,
Mrs. Frederick S. Coolidge. Mrs. Can
tacuzene Grant, Mrs. Thomas Bell
Sweeney. Mrs. Ord Preston. Mrs.
Charles Warren, Mrs George Hewitt
Myers. Mrs. Henry Morgenthau. Mrs.
{ Henry Parsons Erwin, Mrs David St.
' Pierre Gaillard. Mrs. J. U. Guider,
1 Mrs. Wallace Chiswell, Mrs. Wade H.
Ellis. Mrs. Harry Huse. Miss Alice
Clapp. the Misses Davis, daughters
of former Secretary of War. Mr.
Dwight F Davis: Mrs. Adolph Caspar
Miller, Mrs. Stokes-Halkett, Mrs
Henry Alvah Strang. Mrs. Oscar
Jareckl, Mrs. Jacob Leander Loose.
Mrs. James J. Lyon. Mrs. Walter R
Tuckerman, Mrs. George C. Thorpe.
Mrs. J. Ellwood Jones. Mrs. Daniel
C. Dcvore. Mrs. Mary Stewart, Mrs
Sherman Flint. Mrs. Sidney A Clo
man. Mrs. Mahlon Pitney. Mrs. George
Τ Marye. Mrs. Powell Clayton. Mrs.
Demarest Lloyd. Mrs Malcolm Mathe
son. Mrs. Ralph Worthington. Mrs.
Wrisley Brown. Mr. William Phelps
Eno and Mrs. Alfred Pembroke Thom.
A number from New York will come
for the musicales, including Mrs. Otto
ί H. Kahn. Mrs. Henry L. Doherty.
Mrs. Franklin S. Terry, whose daugh
ter. Mrs. William Harts, was formerly
Miss Lillian Emerson, and is mak
ing a name for herself in "Say When."
a musical comedy in which she is
appearing with Harry Richman in New
; York: Mr. and Mrs. Randolph San
tini and Mrs. George Mesta. who dl
f vides her Winters between New York
and Washington.
Three Dances for Juniors
At Sulgrave Club
Tnvitations will be issued shortly for
three Christmas dances which Miss
Hawke is planning for the holiday
season.
Wednesday evening. December 26,
Is the date chosen for the junior set.
A tea dance will be held Saturday
afternoon. December 22. and a Christ
mas dance Friday evening. December
28. ior the older set home from
school. All dances will be given at
the Sulgrave Club and will be spon
sored by prominent society matrons.
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BRIDE AND BRIDE-ELECT
Left: Mrs. Erby Allyn Johnston, whose recent marriage took place
in Staunton, Va. Before her marriage she was Miss Peggy Mary Winston
of Raleigh, N. C, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Winston. Mr. and Mrs.
Johnston are making their home in Staunton.
Right: Miss Genevieve Louise Rowzce, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank H Rowzee, announce her engagement to Mr. Stanley Rembold
Chase of Washington. The wedding will take place December 18.
Debutantes Make Ready
To Enter Capital Society
(Continued Prom First Page.)
Mrs. Walker. Mrs. William Jeffries
Chewning, jr.: Mrs. Richard Dickin
son. Mrs. William Laird Dunlop. Jr.. |
and Mrs. Benjamin Franklin Mont
gomery, the latter two, aunts of the
debutantes.
Among the other guests were Miss
Betty Angus, Miss Anne Barrett. Miss
Mary Katherine Bentley. Miss Kath
arine Brown. Miss Charlotte Brown,
Miss Mary Winthrop Brown. Miss Sil- '
vine Clagett, Miss Mary Elizabeth
Damon, Miss Marjorie Dampman. i
Miss Imogene Ficklen. Miss Charlotte
Gregg. Miss Nancy Harrison. Miss
Janet Harrison, Miss Dorothy Howe, i
Miss Moss Love, Miss Emily Maddox, j
Miss Betty Marsh, Miss Èstherbelle
: McHarg, Miss Margaret McMullen, j
i Miss Jane Esther Piatt, Miss Ran
! dolph Richardson. Miss Mathilde
Rodgers. Miss Setsy Rowan, Miss
Stellita Stapleton, Miss Mary Kath
eryne Spinks, Miss Mary Jane Stan
ley. Miss Mary Tilghman. Miss Maria
J Whitehurst. Miss Louise Waller, Miss ;
I Marjorie Walsh. Miss Elizabeth Zim
merman. Miss Frances Powell Dunlop. |
Miss Page Welton. Miss Anne Ring- 1
ι gold Potts and Miss Lsabelle Κ Daniel.
I Miss Helen Potts wore a becoming |
gown of dark green velvet and her
sister was in pale gray crepe. Both
had shoulder clusters of gardenias.
Dr. and Mrs. John H McMullen
will be hosts at a tea dance Tuesday j
afternoon at the Mayflower for their ;
debutante daughter Miss Margaret
McMullen. who will be formally pre
sented to their friends in Washington.
Miss Lillian Hathaway Willett.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs E. Jean
Willett of Los Angeles, and Mr. James
Gulick. son of Mrs. Virginia Gulick.
will entertain at a dinner dance at
the Shoreham Wednesday evening for
a group of the debutante and sub
debutante set.
I Miss Charlotte W Gregg, debutante
[ granddaughter of Mrs. Charlotte Car
penter. will entertain for all the sea
son's debutantes at luncheon Wednes
day at the Mayflower. Miss Gregg
J attended Holton Arms School for the
past six years and is spending the
I Winter with her grandmother on
j Crescent place.
Mr and Mrs. Henry K. McHarg. jr..
: are presenting their daughter. Miss
Estherbelle McHarg. to Washington
I society at a ball to be given Thanks
! giving at the Mayflower. Many young
j men and women at hom- from college
ι for the holiday week end are ex
j pected to be guests.
I Miss Stelita Stapleton. debutante
j daughter of Mrs. Daniel C. Stapleton,
! was the guest in whose honor Mrs.
; George N. Peek entertained at lunch
con Thursday at the Sulgrave Club.
The other guests were Mrs. Henry A
Wallace, wife of the Secretary of
Agriculture; Mrs. James Crawford
Biggs, Mrs. Jesse H. Jones. Mrs. Stan
ley Reed, Mrs. M. L. Hamilton, aunt
of the debutante; Mrs. George E.
Hamilton, jr.; Mis* Marianne Dunn.
Miss Christine Long. Miss Martha
Davldge. Alixs Eleanor Mitchell. Miss
Suzanne Hill. Miss Ruth Sowers and
Miss Louise Meyer.
Dance at Brosnan Home
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The Vaeth Unit of the Catholic !
Students' Mission Crusade met at the I
home of Mr. John Brosnan Monday J
evening to discuss plans for the annual ,
Christmas dance. This year the af- ]
fair will be held at Congressional j
Country Club December 26 and prom- ;
ises to be a gala event.
Mr. John Brosnan as chairman has |
assisting him Miss Mary Lois Lucas, j
Miss Margaret McGlynn. Miss Mary j
Smith, Miss Virginia Grace, Miss Nel- j
lis McCormick, Miss Mary Lou Colli- j
flower, Mr. Anthony Schmitt, presi- j
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Roberts, president of the Inter-Veteran
Unit Council: Mr. Martin Quinn, Mr.
Neal Carmody and Mr. Elton Sheiry.
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Republican Club Holding
Holiday Market Bazaar
The Entertainment Committee of
the National Capital Republican
Club «111 have a holiday market
bazaar at Its club house. Sixteenth
■treet and Scott circle, Tuesday and
Wednesday afternoons and evenings,
December 4-5.
Among the many attractions will
be "Sweet to the Sweet," Including
Republican fudge and junior dates,
"Elephants"—white and otherwise;
"Bags of Tricks"; "Fruits and Flow
ers"; games of bridge each afternoon
at 2 o'clock and the evenings at 8
o'clock; "Life Lines": fancy articles
and a "Republican Inn," with its sup
pers and hand-outs.
Among those who are working to
make the aOair a great success is the
national commltteewoman and hon
orary president of the League of Re
publican Women, Mrs. Virginia White
Speel; Mrs. William Fitch Kelley,
president of the League of Republican
Women; Mrs. Frank W. Mondell, Miss
Daisy Prentice, Mrs. Samuel J. Pres
cott, Mrs. Russell B. Harrison. Miss
Mary R. Baker, Mrs. Charles J. Wil
liamson, Mrs. J. H. Branson, Mrs.
George Tarbell, Mrs. William F.
Loetsch, Mis. Horace Fulton. Mrs.
Harry A. Perry, Mrs. Henry Albers.
Mrs. Frisbey G. Eiker, Mrs. G. Louis
Weller and Miss Edna M. Patton. En
tertainment Committee chairman.
Miss Alice E. Whitaker, the Roosevelt,
is making reservations for the card
parties.
Vassar Alumnae Tea
At Friends School
A meting of the Washington branch
of the Vassar Alumnae Association will
be held on Tuesday at 4:30 o'clock
p.m. at the Sidwell Friends School,
1809 I street northwest.
Mrs. Waldron Faulkner, president
of the alumnae association, will re
port on the semi-annual meeting held
at Pittsburgh, November 13. Reports
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
VOGUE QUALITY CLEANING
This offer is made to acquaint you
with our superior quality work
at New Deal "Economy Prices"
SPECIAL FOR
MONDAY—TUESDAY—WEDNESDAY
Any 2 Garment*
Cleaned and Pressed
"ONLY ONE QUALITY WORK and THAT THE BIST!"
A small additional charge
will be made on call and deliver
For Your Convenience We Have Stores Located at
1744 Columbia Road N. W. 3208 0 St. N. W.
324 Third St. Ν. E.
Telephone ATlantic 1415
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IT'S BETTER WORK
Main Office and Plant
826 BLADENSBURG ROAD Ν. E.
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of other e-rtnts in Pittsburgh will be
given by Mr». Donal Chamberlin and
Mrs. Wallace Yater. Miss Helen
Zartman will be hostess at tea before
the meeting.
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ATURAL
CORRECTION
ΤΗ· great difference between Charis and
ordinary foundation garments it thi· . . .
Charis works with noturo.
As it corrects the lines of your figure,
Charis will also improve your posture, give
your body Arm support, protect you from
nerve strain.
Every woman who wears Charis, feels as
well as sees its beneficial results. May we
five you a private home showing . . .with
out obligation?
CH/^vinr
OF WASHINGTON
Visit Oztr t itl.ng Parlors at
301-306 Washington Bldg.
15th and New York Ave. N.\J.
Phone: NAtional "931-2
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,, HAHN'S GIVE YOU MOST
:χ·; FOR YOUR MONEY IN
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<S>llvet l\lL·!
We give you most in variety—for
the three "evening stars" pic
tured below are just a taste of
the brilliant galaxy we offer!
And most in fashion — for we
frankly confess these sandals are
copied from 1935 creations that
only an heiress could afford!
Chic anklet styles and flat heels
are all included. Yes, it's Hahn's
for evening slippers!
Satins, Crepes, Velvets—S3.95
Gold or 00
Silver Kid. Ο
Black velvet with
silver trim or white,
red. green or brown
satin with gold
trim $3.95
Silver Kid.
low Cuban $£.00
heel Ο
Black or white
crepe $5.95
Silver or IJf-00
Cold Rid D
Black or white
crepe $3.95

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