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Vice President and Mrs. Garner Honor Guests at Second State Dinner at the Executive Mansion. THB PRESIDENT end Mrs. Roosevelt gave the second state dinner of the official season at the White House last night, when they entertained In honor of the Vice President and Mrs Julin Νancr Garner. The humls.me gold service was used and low moundi of pink roses, white buddleia and Adiantum fern were used down the ccnter of the table. The Marine Band Orchestra played as the guests arrived and softly during the service of the dinner. In the company, in addition to the honor guests, were Mrs. Woodrow Wil son, Senator and Mrs. Morris Shcp pard. Senator and Mrs. Gsor^e W. Ncrris, Senator and Mrs. Joseph T. Robinson, Senator and Mrs. William H. King, Senator and Mrs. Park Trammell, Senator and Mrs. Hiram W. Johnson, Senator and Mrs. Charles L. MeNary, Senator Arthur Capper, Sen ator and Mrs. Walter P. George, Sen ator and Mrs. Henrik Shipstead, Sen ator David I. Walsh. Senator and Mrs. Alben W. Barkley, Senator and Mrs. Hugo L. Black, Senator and Mrs. Carl Hayden, Senator Robert F. Wagner, Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, Sen ator and Mrs. James F. Byrnes, Sen ator and Mrs. J. Hamilton Lewis, Rep resentative Robert L. Doughton, Rep resentative and Mrs. James P. Bu chanan, Representative Sam Rayburn, Representative Isaac Bacharach, Rep resentative and Mrs. Clarence F. Lea, Representative and Mrs. Schuyler O. Bland, Representative Florence P. Kahn, Representative Mary T. Norton, Representative and Mrs. John J. Coch ran, Representative and Mrs. Chester C. Bolton, Representative and Mrs. Louis Ludlow, Representative Caroline O'Day, Admiral and Mrs. William H. Standley, the secretary to the Presi dent, Mr. Louis McH. Howe; the chief of the wheat ^production of the Agri cultural Adjustment Administration and Mrs. M. L. Wilson. Rear Admiral and Mrs. Claude C. Bloch, Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Arthur W. Brown, Dr. and Mrs. Harry A. Millis, Mr. Joseph P. Kennedy, Col. and Mrs. Edwin A. Hal sey. Miss Katherine Lenroot, President and Mrs. Garfield B. Oxnam, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark. Mrs. William H. Good, Mr. and Mrs. George R. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Lynch, Mr. Edward Roddan, Miss Nancy Cook and Miss Marguerite Le Hand. Following the dinner additional guests joined the company for the program of music given by M. Rene Le Roy, French flutist, and an old friend of the President and Mrs. Roosevelt. M. Le Roy is a house guest at the mansion. Mrs. Roosevelt attended Mrs. Law rence Townsend's morning musicale today at the Mayflower when the pro gram was given by M. Le Roy and Ninon Vallin, French operatic and concert soprano. Accompanying Mrs. Roosevelt were Mrs. Henry Morgenthau, jr.; Mme. Saito, wife ol the Ambassador of Japan, and Mrs. Joseph Robinson. Mrs. Roosevelt will be hostess to two separate groups of women today, the first tea from 4 until 5 o'clock will be for callers at the mansion during the season and from 5 until β o'clock the First Lady will receive women holding executive positions who were not in cluded in the list last week. Mrs. Garner, wife of the Vice Presi dent. presided at the first luncheon yesterday of the ladies of the Senate. The luncheon was held in picnic fashion at the Senate Office Building and was attended by many of the new members of the senatorial group. Mrs. Hull was among the guests. Mrs. Roosevelt, who was expected, was unable to attend. Mme. Saito, wife of the Ambassador of Japan, entertained at luncheon to day at the embassy in honor of Mme. Peter, wife of the Minister of Switier land. The other guests included Mrs. Ralph Close, wife of the Minister of the Union of South Africa; Mrs. William Philips, wife of the Under secretary of State; Mrs. William H. Standley, wife of the chief of naval operations; Mrs. Henry Latrobe Roose velt, wife of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy; Frau Leitner, wife of the councilor of the German Embassy; Mrs. Harry Baxter, daughter of the Secre tary of War and Mrs. Dern, and Miss Nellie Sedgley and Miss Isabel Sedgley. The Ambassador is expected to re turn to Washington this evening. He went to New York to speak before the Foreign Policy Association. The Undersecretary of State and Mrs. William Philips entertained at a luncheon yesterday to honor of the American Ambassador to Italy and Mrs. Breckenridge Long. Cabinet Ladle· Holding First At Home of Season. Mrs. Cordell Hull, wife of the Sec retary of State, will hold her first at home this afternoon from 4 until β o'clock at the Carlton Hotel. Al ternating at the tea table will be Mrs. Key Plttman. Mrs. 8am D. Mc Reynolds, Mrs. Edward B. Meigs, Mrs. Bruce Kremer, Mrs. Robert Gates, Mrs. Joseph E. Daviee, Mrs. John Hcrrick and Miss Margaret Hart. The Secretary of State had as his luncheon guest at the Carlton yes terday, Mr. Norman W. Davis, Am bassador at Large. Mrs. George H. Dern, wife of the Secretary of War, will have her first official at home today from 4 to 7 o'clock at Highwood. Receiving with Mrs. Dern will be Mrs. Harry Wood ring, wife of the Assistant Secretary of War. Mrs. Dern will have assisting her Mme. de Laboulaye, wife of the Ambassador of France: Mrs. Owen J. Roberts, «rife of Mr. Justice Roberts; Mme. Petroff-Tchomakoff, wife of the charge d'affaires of Bulgaria: Mrs. William H. King, wife of the Senator from Utah; Mrs. Wallace White, wife of the Senator from Maine: Mrs. Marcus Coolidge, wife of Senator Coolldge of Massachusetts; Mrs. El bert Thomas, wife of Senator Thomas of Utah; Mrs. O. Max Gardner, Mrs. Louis S. Owsley and Mrs. Sidney Cloman. Mrs. Harry Baxter and Miss Betsy Dern, daughters of the Secre tary and Mrs. Dern, will assist their ι mother generally. Mrs. Henry Morgenthau, jr., wife of the Secretary of the Treasury, will hold her first at home of the season this afternoon from 4 until 6 o'clock in her home on Kalorama road. Assisting Mrs. Morgenthau will be Mrs. Homer 8. Cummings, Mrs. Harold L. Ickes, Mrs. Henry A. Wallace, Mrs. James F. Byrnes, Mrs. Alben W. Barkley, Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Coolidge, Mrs. Arthur Forbush and Miss Anne Carrere. The Ambassador of Argentina and Senora de Espil were ranking guests at the luncheon given today at the Mayflower by Mrs. Lawrence Town send in compliment to Mme. Ninon Vallin and Rene Le Roy, artists at the morning concert. Among Mre. Townsend'i other luncheon guests were the French Am bassador and Mme. de Laboulaye, the Minister of Switzerland, Mr. Marc Peter; Mrs. W. Warren Barbour, the military attache of the French Em bassy and Mme. Lombard, Count Pierre de Leusse, third secretary of the French Embassy; Mr. Eduardo L. VI I vot, first secretary of the Argentine Embassy; Capt. G. R. M. Reid, air attache ol the British Embassy, and Mrs. Reid. Also Mrs. Truxton Beale, Mrs. Ran dolph Santini, Mrs. Edward Reed, Mme. van Kaathoven, Mrs. Charles Alden, Miss Helen Lee Doherty, Miss Marianna A. Dunn, Miss Edith Hoyt, Mr. James Clement.Dunn, Mr. Edwin C. Wilson, Mr. U. Grant Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Townsend and Mr. Pierre Darck. The Ambassador of Italy, Signor Augusto Rosso, entertained at dinner last evening in honor of the retiring air attache of the embassy and Slg nora Sbernadori, who are sailing next week for Rome, where Col. Sbernadori will take up his new duties. The Minister of the Irish Free ι State, Mr. Michael MacWhite, re- I turned to the Capital last night from New York, where he has been spend ing several days. Mrs. MacWhite will be at home Fri day from 4:30 to 6:30 o'clock in the afternoon in her apartment at the Shoreham Hotel. The Minister of China and Mme. Sze will entertain at dinner tomght : in honor of Mr. Justice and Mrs. Harlan Flske Stone. The Minister of Persia and Mme. Djalal have gone to New York to spend a few days. They will attend the dinner tomorrow of the Institute of Persian Art and Archaeology. The M in liter of the Nether land* and Mme. van Haersma de With will < entertain at a reception this afternoon 1 In the legation, when they will present their daughter, Mile. Nora van Haersma de With, to Washington so ciety. Mm·, van Wasrsma d» With, who will receive with her dMgliici, wNl have on an afternoon gown of bols de rose crepe, designed ση long lines with fitted sUevas and a short train. The skirt Is silt, showing a founda tion of blue green crepe. The debu tante will wear an afternoon gown of turquoise blue chiffon. Assisting the hostess will be Mme. Prorhntk. wife of the Minister of Austria; Mme. Bostrom, wife of the Minister of Sweden; Baroness Beck Frlls. wife of the counselor of the Swedish Legation; Mrs. Arthur Wig gin, wife of the first secretary of the British Embassy; Mrs. Jay Plerrepont Moffat; baroness van breugel Uuug las. wife of the councelor of the Netherlands legation; Miss Mary Patton and Baroness van Pallandt, who Is a guest at the legation. The Minister of the Dominican Re public, Senor Rafael Brache, will give a dinner at the Shoreham this eve ning In honor of Senora Blenvenlda dc TrujlHo, wife of the President of the Dominican Republic, who Is the guest of, Mrs. Joseph E. Da vies In Washington. Senora de Brache left her home country yesterday for Washington to ]oin her husband, the Minister. The Minister entertained a party last evening at the Madrillou dinner dance. Mrs. Joseph Byrns was the luncheon guest today at the Mayflower of Kirs. D. A. McDougal, who entertained fol lowing the morning concert and with her guests attended the matinee per formance of the Irish Players at the National Theater. The company also Included Mrs. Joseph T. Robinson, Miss Jennie Moore, Mrs. W. W. Cook, Mrs. Grace Bryan Hargreaves, Mrs. Joseph Byrns, Jr., and Mrs. Geneviev· Forbes Herrlck. Mrs. McDougal is the Democratic national comialtteewoman of Okla homa and with her husband and daughter. Miss Violet McDougal, Is now living In Washington. Senator and Mrs. Elmer Thomas of Oklahoma were dinner guests last one e/£lf»uMcaiI AUGUSTA.Gs's NEWEST. FINEST FIREPROOF HOTEL Ail · Ε ι pen»· Vie»· on·. 1. 2. 3 wki. •r lonrer. Writ· far detail·. Heway W.T. Duttqn ■ · · M«n«glnç Dirt*·» venins at the Mayflower of Mr. and Mr*. McDougal. Their other gueeU ut evening were llr. and Mrs. Bert ». Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. WUllam tor Tallance. Mrs. McDougal le Democratic na lonal committee woman of Oklahoma. Mr». 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