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Will Entertain at "Bon Voyage" Party Mr. and Mre. Samuel Gus ack Will Be Hosts at Sup per Party. Mrs. Perley Worchester Walte Mill entertain at β "bon voyage" party for her daughter. Mrs. Mildred Kelly, in her home, the Wllshlre Manor, on Sixteenth street, this evening. Mrs. Marjorie Llmke is in charge of ar rangements and decorations. Assist ing her will be Miss Kay Gumper and Miss Dorothy Moore; Mr. Jack Evans, N. R. A. keyman, is to act as master of ceremonies. Mr. Allan El liott, a newcomer in Washington, who has come to stay, will be the guest speaker. The guests will num ber 19, and will include Miss Myrtle Byrd. Miss Gladys Aaron, Mr. Stan ley Smith, Miss Helen Wood, Miss Virginia Cullen, Mr. List, Miss Edith Falso, Mr. Edwin Kline, Miss Jose phine Baden. Mr. J. W. Overstreet, Miss Henrietta Kraupner. Mr. Sam uel Welsh, Miss Anne Belle Newcomb, Mr. John Eddy, La Verne Collings, Mr. Jerome Hubbard, Mr. Hendie Ullestal. Mr. Martin M. CofI, 3d, and Mr. Harry Harrow. Mrs. Kelly will leave the latter part of this week for California, by way of the Panama Canal, where she will spend a few weeks and will return to Washington to make her home here with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gusack of Chevy Chase will entertain at a buffet supper party this evening for their sister, Miss Estelle Gusack, who Is leaving for the Hawaiian Islands. Mrs. William Nelson Morell will en tertain at a bridge luncheon tomor row at her home in Edgemoor, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dudley Ludwig will entertain this evening at a din ner party, at their home In Fairfax, in honor of Miss Eleanor Dorsey of Washington. Mrs. Ludwig will entertain a num ber of her friends at luncheon and bridge Tuesday. Mrs. Jeseie W. Walters will enter tain at dinner at the Shoreham this evening in honor of Mrs. John M. Rose of Johnstown, Pa., who ha* ar rived In Washington for a two-weelc visit. Mrs. Walters and Mrs. Rose attended the reunion of former Con gress Hall residents Friday evening. Mrs. A. D. McPadyen, president of of the Alumnae of the Woman'· Col lege of the University of North Caro lina. invites all Washington alumnae to attend a banquet given In honor of Dean Jackson at the La Fayette Hotel April 3, at 7:30 o'clock. Cards have been issued for a buffet supper to be given by Judge and Mrs. Paul E. Brown at their home. In Fair fax, the evening of March 17. Judge Brown's sister. Miss Helen Brown of Five Oaks, will be the guest of honor, and Mrs. Brown will be assisted In serving by Miss Roberdeau Allison, Miss Evelyn Follin and Miss Ida Jones. Mrs. Timothy J. Campbell enter tained afc-dinner last evening at the Dodgç. Her guests included Repre sentative and Mrs. D. J. Driscoll, Rep resentative and Mrs. Don Gingery, Representative and Mrs. J. Buell Sny • der. Mrs. J. Roland Kinzer. wife of , Representative Kinzer; Mr. and Mrs. ! Edward Keating, Mr. William Clark I Taylor and Miss Margaretta Campbell. Miss May Louise Wood entertained at a party at her home in Silver Spring, Md„ Friday night in celebra tion of her birthday anniversary. A buffet supper wax served at midnight. The guests Included Miss Kathryn Shaw of Rockvllle, Md.; Miss Louise Stanley of Silver Spring, Miss Alma Frothingham of Laurel. Miss Louise Fenton, Mrs. Margaret Neumann and Mrs. Gertrude Ludwig of Sliver Spring, Mr. and Mrs. F. Paul Clark and Mr. Howard Ott of 8ilver Spring; Mr. Wil liam Chaney of Chicago, and Mr. John Abbott, Mr. Roy Brogdon, Mr. Wil liam Nalley. Mr. Rudolph Selgrelt, Mr. John Fleming. Mr. Paul Holier and Miss Mildred Cochran, all of Wash ington. Mrs. George Bradley entertained at a luncheon Monday when her guests Included Mrs. Minnie Gooch, Mrs. Wallace Reily, Mrs. Jared Smith, Mrs. Nicholas Schutz, Mrs. A. J. Fealy, Mrs. Thomas Barnes, Mrs. Daniel HIs ton. Mrs. Frank Lewis, Mrs. Adolph Kress and Mrs. Charles Otterback. Mrs. Allen H. Kirk of Herndan. Va., entertained at bridge Friday after noon. when her guests were Mrs. Wal ter C. Carter, Mrs. Beulah Anderson. Mrs. Harold F. Weller, Mrs. Powell Summers, Mrs. Lavlnia Harrison, Mrs. Ruth Keyes and Mrs. Calvin Kldwell. Mrs. H. I. Houston will give the fourth of her series of bridge and luncheons Wednesday In her home on Park avenue, Takoma Park, Md. Prof, and Mrs. Harold F. Weller en tertained at bridge Thursday evening in their home in Herndon, Va., In compliment to Dr. and Mrs. William Meyer. A buffet supper was served at midnight. Other guests Included Mrs. Lavlnia Harrison. Mrs. Ruth Keyes. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nachman, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kldwell, Mrs. Roscoe Crippen, Miss Mary Hurst and Mrs. Beulah Anderson. High Bride MRS. FRANK SEYMOUR COE, JR., Of East Orange. N. J., who was be fore her marriage. February 33. in Edmonston, Md., Miss Haul Au gusta McLeod of East Orange, N. J., daughter of the former mayor of Edmonston and Mrs. D. Hazen McLeod. —Broad Photo..Newark, W. J. scores were made by Dr. and Mrs. Meyer. Dr. and Mrs. William Meyer enter tained at dinner last Sunday In their home In Herndon, Va.. In celebration of the 69th birthday anniversary of Mr. Nicholas Roney, the letter's father. Their guests included Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stryker of Fairfax. Va.: Dr. David Newman and Mrs. Clara O'Rouke of Richmond. Va.: Miss Ma mie Rouse. Mr. and Mrs. Ε. B. Rouse. Mrs. Leigh Rouse, Miss Sue Rouse, and Mrs. Edna Wadick of Washing ton. D. C.. and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Yount and Mr. Edgar E. Gillette of Herndon. Mrs. Stafford to Entertain Women Geographers Mrs. Edward Stafford will entertain the Washington group of the Society of Woman Geographers at her home tomorrow evening at δ o'clock. Mrs. Stafford will give a talk. Illustrated by slides and motion pictures, on her return to Greenland to superintend the building of the Peary Memorial on Cape York. Those who will attend -are Mrs. Henry Wilder Keyes, Dr. Florence Bascom. Mrs. Mitchell Carroll, Miss Clara Egli, Miss Edith Fltton, Mrs. Gilbert H. Grosvenor, Miss Margaret A. Hitch, Mrs. William Chapin Hunt ington, Mrs. P. T. M. Lathrop, Mrs. William M. Mann, Mrs. Lawrence Martin, Mrs. Karlene Kent Norton, Miss Lois Olson, Mrs. Sophia Saucer man, Dr. Helen M Strong. Mrs Charles D. Walcott. Mrs. Gregg Cus tls Blrdeall, Mrs. Charles M. Hend ley, Mr». Robert Whitney Irabrie and Mrs. Pulton Lewis. Sororities Plan Parties Thie Week The alumnae of Delta Gamma will give their founders' day banquet Fri day evening at 6:30 o'clock at 2400 Sixteenth street. Founded 51 years •go in Mississippi the organization now has 47 active chapters. The Washington alumnae group has al most 100 members and Mrs. H. H. Jacobs is the president. Mrs. Ernest Smith will be hostess In her apartment at 2400 Sixteenth street before the banquet, entertain ing those who will attend the celebra tion. Reservations for the banquet may be made with Mrs. Richard Wil son at 105 Battery lane, Bethesda, Md Mrs. Balthasar Meyer will enter tain the members of Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity at tea in her Colonial home in Georgetown Saturday at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Mary Hitter Beard Of Kappa Alpha Theta, co-author of "The Rise of American Civilization" and author of other well-known books, will be the guest cf honor and will speak on "Women of History," a sub ject to which Mrs. Beard has given ft great deal of time and study. Large Crowd Attends Quanticos Bi-Mbnthly Officers' Mess Dance Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. Beddoe Hosts at Dinner Party—Maj. and Mrs. Clifton Cates Also Enter tain at Club. QUANTICO, Va., March 9—The bi-monthly dance at the officers' mess this evening was more than usually well attended, with numerous large dinner parties at the club filling the dance floor to capacity. One of the dinners at the club was that of Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Beddoe, who entertained Col. and Mrs. Robert Y. Rhea, Col. and Mrs. Prank J. Schwable, Capt. (M. C.) and Mrs. William L. Mann, Lieut. Col. and Mrs. De Witt Peck. Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Paul Capron, Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. Paul W. Yeisley, Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. Ernest Ward, Lieut. (J. G.) and Mrs. Guy E. Starr, Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. Hugh R. Alexander, Lieut. (J. G.) and Mrs. Thomas L. Allman, Comdr. W. J. C. Agnew, Miss Laura Smith, Maj. and Mrs. Capers James. Capt. and Mrs. John B. Wilson and Lieut. CoL and Mrs. Arnold W. Jacobsen. Maj. and Mrs. Clifton Cates also entertained at the club tonight. Their guests were Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Thomas Holcomb. Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Earl H. Jenkins, Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Charles J, Miller, Maj. and Mrs. Rob ert Blake, Maj. and Mrs. Franklin A. Hart, Capt. and Mrs. Clarence M. Ruffner, Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Ross E. Rowell, Mrs. O. Saltmarsh, Lieut. Comdr. Thomas V. Cooper, Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Henry L. Larsen, Maj. and Mrs. William T. Clement. Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. Paul J. Halloran, Maj. and Mrs. Franklin Steele. Maj. and Mrs. Campbell Brown, Capt. and Mrs. Julian T. Brown. Maj. and Mrs. Lyman Passamore and Maj. and Mrs. Charles I. Murry of Annapolis. Maj. and Mrs. W. P. T. Hill were hosts at a dinner party this evening, taking their guests, Capt. and Mrs. Jacob P. Plachta, Capt. and Mrs. Prank C. Schllt. Capt. and Mrs. Hayne Boyden, Mrs. Margaret 6. Towner. Capt. Thomas M. Ryan and Maj. and Mrs. Robert Anthony, later in the evening to the dance. Another dinner preceding the dance was that of Mr. anu Mrs. John Erwin. who entertained Maj and Mrs. Harold D. Campbell. Maj. and Mrs. Jacob Lienhard. Miss Maurine Jones, Capt. Murl Corbett, Mr. end Mrs. June) M. Fountain. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Mc Cook, Mr. McDonald, Mrs. Thomas McQuade and Cap* and Mrs. Melvin Puller. Their guests from Washington were Col. and Mrs. Ε. T. Blume Col. Archer, Maj. and Mrs. Wynans. Dr. and Mrs. Michael. Mr. and Mrs. George Cohan, Mri. Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. O'Nell, Mr. Β. T. Thrasher and Mrs. Bluett. Lieut, tnd Mrs. Raymond 8co);lns gave a dinner party in the Waller Building, 'nvlttng u guests Lieut, and Mrs. Raymond Hopper, Capt. and Mrs. Ivan Miller, Lieut, and Mrs. Calvin R. Freeman, Lieut, and Mrs. Charles R. Luers, Lieut, and Mrs. Thomas J. Walker, Lieut. Carson A. Roberts, Mrs. T. B. Whit*, Lieut, and Mrs. Samuel S. Ballentine, Lieut and Mrs. Earl 8. Piper, Mrs. Pete White, Lieut, and Mrs. Ida Klmes, Lieut, and Mrs. Frank June, Capt. and Mrs. William O. Brlce, Capt. and Mrs. William N. McKelvy, Capt. . nd Mrs. Pierson Con rad, Mr. and Mrs. Ewlng Wal and Lieut, and Mrs. 8alzman from An napolis. Mrs. Charles H. Lyman held the last of her series of "at homes" Monday afternoon, when she had Mrs. Cofiman assisting ner at the tea table. Mrs. Lyman will leave by motor Monday, accompanied by her eon, Lieut. C H. Lyman. U. 8. N.. for Norfolk. Va., where they expect to meet Brig. Gen. Lyman Wednesday. Gen. Lyman is returning after about eight weeks ab sence on maneuvers with the fleet in Southern waters, where he com manded 'he Fleet Marine Force. Lieut. Co*, and Mrs. Calhoun An crum. accompanied by their daugh ter, Miss Dixie Ancrum. motored to Annapolis today to attend the wed ding this afternoon of Miss Anna Cathrlne Boots, daughter of Col. and Mrs. J. T. Boot*, U. S. Mariqe Corpe, retired, to Lieut. (Junior Grade) Alan Sutherland. Miss Ancrum, who has been a frequent visitor in Annapolis, was a member of the bridal party. Mise Elizabeth Barber and Maj. W. P. Richards also drove to Annapolis for the wedding. Mrs. Howard, wife of Lieut. Col. Archie Howard, gave a bridge tea Tuesday afternoon in compliment to Miss Blanche Irvine, sister of Mrs. Charles H. Lyman. Among those in vited were Mrs. Lyman, Mrs. Miles Thacher. Mrs. Charles J. Miller, Mrs. Sydney Lee, Mrs. Paul Capron, Mrs Robert Denig. Mrs. Franklin Hart, Mrs. Capers James. Mrs. Evans O. Ames. Mrs. Arnold Jacobsen and Mrs. Franklin Steele. Coming later for tea were Mrs. Thomas Holcomb, Mrs. I De Witt Peck, Mrs. Arthur E. Beddor, Mrs. Robert "Blake, Mrs. Roes E. Rowell, Mrs William L. Mann. Mrs ——^———_________ Le Hoy Hunt and Mrs. Paul J. Hal loran. Miss Ann Nettecoven, daughter of Ma J. and Mrs. J. I. Nettecoven of 8&n Diego, Is the week-end guest of Lieut, •nd Mri. Robert 8. Vltll. Lieut, and Mrs. Robert H. Meade have the former'· aliter, Mise Fount lerol Temple of North Carolina, as their guest. Republican Club Plane Card Party March 25 The National Capital Republican Club will give a card party Monday afternoon and evening, March 25, in Its spacious clubhouse at Sixteenth street at Scott circle. The Entertainment Committee In cludes Miss Edna M. Patton, chair man; Mrs. G. Louis Weller, vice chair man. and Mrs. Prank W. Mondell, Miss Daisy Prentice, Mrs. Charles J. Williamson, Mrs. Prlsbey O. Elker, Mrs. J. H. Branson, Miss Alice Whltaker, Mrs. George Tarbell, Mrs. F. William Loetsch, Mrs. Henry Albers, Mrs. Horace Pulton, Mrs. EUen E. Rolph. Miss Mary R. Baker, Mrs. Harry R. Perry, Mrs. Samuel J. Pres cott, Mrs. Charles H. Pardoe and Mrs. Herbert H. Hall. Attractive prizes and refreshments will be provided (or each table and those bringing parties and wishing private rooms will gladly be accommodated if they will com municate with the club office. • Political Study Club Plane Annual Breakfast The annual breakfast of the Political Study Club will be held May 25 at 12 o'clock In the Mayflower Hotel. Mrs. Wlntemute W. Sloan is chair man of the Breakfast Committee. Moth Holes? Don't discard garments because they have been snagged—burned or damaged by moths. Our process can mend any faWlc INVISIBLY. BEFORE AfTEK. French Reweaving Co. 1105 G St. N.W. NA. 1746 ζ™*' Toll House Tavern • „„ _ (Colesville Pike) ··*.*,- — Silver Sprin* M<T ; GOOD THINGS TO EAT J "Quaint Old Dining Rooms" " Country Sunday Breakfast Phone SHepherd .'(500. —one of the most satisfac tory yams for dresses. All of the newest shades in many smart styles. 909 18th St. N.W. Metropolitan 7363 STATISTICAL CLERK Opening New Classes March 18 Special course preparing for civil service examination starts Monday. 5:15 p.m. The course includes only material essential for examination, which was especially prepared for exclusive use by this school. There is practice material for each assign ment, covering intelligence tests, elementary computations, tabula tion and graphing, which are pre sented in mimeographed assign ments. The class is personally con ducted by an experienced instructor who is a practical statistician. Reg ister before 5 15 p.m., March 18. MOUNT PLEASANT SCHOOL FOR SECRETARIES Tivoli Tbcitrr Rulldlnr 14lh Street and Park Road Telephone Colombia 3000. 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IF YOU wear those Spring-y white collars and carry white gloves, it would be clever to get a Navy shoe with a trace of white in the trim. (Smart, too, for later on with white clothes.) SPEAKING of contrast, a gray-toned ring lizard goes marvelously with plain Navy and the prints we'll all be wearing under redingotes. FOR real chic, you simply must try some sheer blue hosiery . . . it's sensational with an all-blue outfit . . . and Lady Luxury sheer blues do the trick! CHOOSE Dynamic Style Shoes. Then you'll be sure to get the utmost in stunning styles and comfort· able fit ... a real achieve ment at so modest a price! 1207 F 7th & Κ •3212 14th Open nights. White trim makes this a 'mart Navy kid sandal for Sprtns Short vamp Also black patent. Brown. $5.00. With the smart sports suit, wear a s-ml - sports shoe with built - un leather heel Navy brown. S5.00. With year print frocka. this riot llurd In gray tone·. I· charmlnc. Short Tamp. Or belie python. $6.75. With a dressy suit or eoat. wear this Nary tabardine step-in. Short vamp. Alio in brown or black. $6.75.