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(Continued From Second Page.) nt luncheon today at the Mayflowe following the concert to be given b Ninon Vallin, French soprano, an Rene Re Roy, flutist. Among other luncheon hostesses to morrow at the Mayflower after th concert will be Mrs. Wilton J. Lam bert, Mrs. Edward A. Keys, Mrs. Wris ley Brown, Mrs. W. P. Tarns, Mrs Malcolm Matheson, Mrs. Jacob Lean der Loose. Mrs. John Proctor and Mrs D. A. McDougal. Mrs. Walter F. George was lhi honor guest at a luncheon given to· day at the Mayflower by Mrs. Wiltoi J. Lambert, who entertained follow· Ing the morning concert. Representative and Mrs. Melvin J Maas of St. Paul, Minn., have takei an apartment at the Fairfax for thi congressional season. Military Attaches Gave Farewell Luncheon at Carlton. The military attaches of the variou. foreign embassies and legations ii Washington gave a farewell luncheoi in the patio of the Carlton Hotel yes terday for Brig. Gen. Alfred T. Smitl and for Lieut. Col. Paolo Sbernadori retiring air and military attache ο the Italian Embassy. At the sam< time they welcomed the new air an< military attache of the Italian Em bassy, Lieut. Col. Bincenzo Coppola The company numbered 17. The charge d'affaires of Belgiun and the Princess de Ligne left th< Capital yesterday for New York where they plan to spend several day: and will meet the new Ambassador o; Belgium. Count Robert van der Stra ten Ponthoz and his young daughter who will arrive in rvew York tomor· row aboard the Champlain. They ari expected to come to Washington abou Saturday. The Assistant Secretary of State Mr. R. Walton Moore, and his sisters the Misses Moore, entertained at ι small dinner Sunday at their home ii Fairfax. The guest of honor was thi Ambassador to Russia, Mr. William C Bullitt, who is home on a vacation other guests numbered 13. Mrs. R. M. Kaufïmann has invitei members of the Women's Nationa Press Club, the Newspaper Women' Club and the Smith College Club ο Washington to a tea at her home oi Melrose street, Chevy Chase, on Satur day afternoon, January 12. Th guest of honor will be Mrs. Mar; Hastings Bradley, a distinguishei alumna of smith College, widel; known for her books and lecture describing the expeditions which sh and her husband. Mr. Herbert Ε Bradley, have made hunting big gam in the jungles of the Belgian Cong' and Indo-China. Under the chairmanship of Mrs Kaufïmann. the Smith College Clul is laying final plans for the meet ing of the National Alumnae Asso nation at the Carlton Hotel on Jan uary 19. Dr. and Mrs. James Alexande Lyon have issued invitations for ι dinner Sunday in their home. Glen view Farms, Rockville, Md., in hono of Senator Joseph Guffey of Penn sylvania and his two sisters, Mis Ida Guffey and Miss Fauletta Guffey Dr. and Mrs. Lyon will have a their house guests over the week end Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Lyon and Capt and Mrs. Percy W. Foote and Mis Diana Foote of Philadelphia. Dr. Carlos L. Lopez, head of thi special mission from Panama, enter tained informally last evening at thi Madrillon supper dance. Mrs. James Crawford Biggs wa: f ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED MISS MARY ELIZABETH HUDSON, Whose mother. Mrs. Samuel J. Hudson, announces her engagement to Mr. E. Ralph Rowzee of Akron, Ohio. Mr. Rowzee is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Rowzee of this city. The wedding will take place in the Spring. —Hessler-Henderson Photo. the ranking guest at a luncheon I · given yesterday at the Mayflower by > ; Mrs. Thomas Sim Lee, who enter II tained in the Pan American room 11 of the hotel. Covers were laid for 18. The president of Goucher College and Mrs. David Allan Robertson are In Washington today for the dinner ; that the Chinese Minister and Mme. I i Sze are giving in honor of Mr. Justice I I and Mrs. Harlan Fiske Stone. » i [ Gen. and Mrs. William M. Cruik II shank have returned to Washington ■ ! and have taken a house at 3220 ! S Klingle road. 1 j Mrs. W. Murray Crane entertained . ί at a reception yesterday afternoon in s ! New York, when she introduced her > j daughter. Miss Louise Crane. Miss . ! Crane spent the earlier part of the > I Winter in Washington with her aunt. Miss Mabel T. Boardman, with whom she attended the diplomatic recep tion at the White House. Mr. George H. Payne, commissioner ! of the Federal Communication Com mission. entertained at luncheon to day at the Metropolitan Club in honor of former Representative Anning S. Prall. The guests were the members of the Communications Commission, including Mr. Eugene O. Sykes, Mr. Thad H. Brown, Mr. Paul Walker, Mr. Norment S. Case, Mr. Orvin Stewart ★★★★★★★★★★★★ £ Purple Iris J TEA HOUSE yL ~ LUNCHEONS—TEAS—DINNERS ~ 3200 Rittenhouse St. N.W. jL. ^ Cleveland 1135 ^ ★★★★★★★★★★★★ and Mr. Hampson Gary, a iormer member of the commission. Mrs. Guy Dail, who arrived recently from Berlin, Germany, is the guest oi Prof, and Mrs. M. E. Kern. She ex pects to leave around the last oi the week for California, where she will stay with her sons, Dr. Clarence Dail, in Loma Linda, and Prof. Harold Dail, in South Pasadena. Democrats of Lower House From Pennsylvania Dine. Democratic members of the House of Representatives from Pennsylvania 1. H held a get-acquainted dinner in the English grill at the Bhoreham last evening. Arrangements were in charge of Representative J. Buell Snyder. The Representatives were accompanied by their wives and mem bers of their families. Those present included Representa tive J. Burrwood Daly, Representative Frank J. G. Dorsey, Representative Michael J. Stack, Representative El mer Dietrich, Representative D. J. Drlscoll, Representative Don Gingery, Representative Charles R. Eckert, Representative Joseph Gray, Repre sentative James L. Quinn, Repre sentative Theodore L. Moritz, Repre sentative Henry Ellenbogen Repre sentative Matthew A. Dunn, Repre sentative Patrick Boland, Representa tive Oliver W. Frey, Representative William E. Richardson, Representative James H. Gildea, Representative Fran cis E. Walter, Representative Harry L. Haines, Representative Charles I. Fad dls. Representative William M. Berlin, Representative Charles Ν. Crosby and Representative J. Twing Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Hurja returned to the Capital yesterday after visiting in Miami since the day after Christ mas. Mr. and Mrs. Boaz Long have re turned to Washington from Puerto Rico and have engaged a suite at the Martinique for an indefinite stay. Maj. Ralph I. Sa'sse, U. S. Α., has come to Washington with his family from Port Knox, Ky , and will spend several days at the Martinique. Mrs. Theodore Tiller had as her guests at Mrs. Townsend's Morning Musicale this morning Mrs. Raymond Z. Henle, Mrs. Abner Belcher and Mrs. Hortense Daniel. Mrs. Walter Tansill Oliver and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Walter Tansill Oliver, Jr., were hostesses yesterday (Continued on Fourth Page.) Self-Setting Permanents riven exclusively by KATHARINE LEE 0GILV1E SKIN AND 8CALF SPECIALIST 1325 CONN. AVE. At 15% Reduction (or a limited tine. No. 1306 Dec. 5098 Cj reatly Reduced 200 Dresses 10.95, 13.95, 17.95 Values, 16.95 to 39.75 50 Cloth Suits 25.95, 38.95,48.95 Values, 39.75 to 98.00 Frances Frances 1315 CONNECTICUT, AVE. 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