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War, Mr. George Dern; Senator Key
Pittman, Senator Joseph W Robinson,
Gen. Douglass MacArthur, Brig. Gen.
Creed Cox, Senator Bennett C. Clark,
8enator William H. King, Senator
Robert R. Reynolds, Senator Wallace
H. White, Senator Gerald P. Nye,
Senator George L. Radcliffe. Senator
Nathan L. Bachman. Senator Peter
G. Gerry, Representative Sam D. Mc
Reynolds, Representative Leo Koclal
kowski, Mr. Samuel W. King, Delegate
from Hawaii, and former Senator
Harry Hawes.
De Macarty—Hines Wedding
Today at Noon Announced.
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Stiles Wall
announce the marriage of their daugh
ter. Frances Wall Hines, to Mr. Paul
Armand Henri de Macarty at noon
today. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. Dr. Bernard Braskamp in the
presence of only the immediate fam
Mrs. de Macarty graduated from the
National Cathedral School and made
her debut in December, 1928. She is
a member of the Junior League and
the National Society of Colonial
Dames In the District of Columbia.
Mr. de Macarty is the son of the
late Gustave Louis Denis de Macarty
and Mrs. de Macarty of Durham.
Conn. The bridegroom is a direct de
scenedant of Bathelemy Daniel de
Macarty Macteigue who left France
in 1732 and settled in New Orleans.
He attended Trinity College at Hart
Mr. and Mrs. de Macarty will make
their home in Hartford, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Fen
ning, who made a brief stay in Lon
don and Paris, will return early in
April to their home on Le Roy place.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Bradley
are receiving cards and calls in con
gratulation on the birth of a son
March 25. Mrs. Bradley formerly was
Miss Carolyn Chamberlain and is the
daughter Of May Gen. and Mrs. John
Loomis Chamberlain.
Mrs. Henry Alvah Strong, who has
been at Winter Park, Fla., for the
Winter, will not return to Washing
ton, April 1. as she planned, owing to
a serious illness from which she is
slowing recuperating.
Miss Ruth Pearson, daughter of Mr.
Ramond E. Pearson, president of the
University of Maryland, and Mrs.
Pearson, has as her guest during the
Bpring vacation Miss Sue Burkhard
of Pasadena. Calif., a classmate at
Smith College, Northampton. Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hardin, jr., are
at Sea Island. Ga.. where they are
staying at the Cloister.
Mrs. Samuel Herrick gave a din
ner party in the Shoreham ball room
last evening in honor of her house
guest. Miss Martha Moore of San
Antonio, Tex., who is here for her
Spring vacation from Vassar College.
Mrs. Herrick's son. Mr. Philip F.
Herrick, acted as host to the group,
and the others present were Miss
Janet Harrison, Miss Elizabeth Peirce,
home from Connecticut College for
Women for the vacation period; Miss
Eleanor Rust-Peirce. Miss Bernice
Safford, Mr. William D. Sterrett, jr.,
Mr. Joseph Greenwood, Mr. Frank
Cook and Mr. Oliver Gasch.
Mrs. James M. Souby. whose play.
er’s case may be stored in
COMPANY’S safe deposit
vaults for $1 per month
(or $3 for two months, in
cluding cartage) if valued
at not over $500.
Other valuables, such
as paintings, linen, furs
and garments, rugs, tapes
tries, may be stored and
preserved from loss or
damage at the Security
Storage Company, a safe
depository for 45 years.
On the first floor, con
veniently accessible, small
storage vaults are for rent
at $2.50, $3, $4 and $5 per
month, for surplus lug
gage, files, records, wines,
tablished in 1890 as the
storage department of the
American Security &
Trust Company and is still
affiliated with that com
1140 Fifteenth Street.
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"Field of Honor," opened last evening
with the Pierce Hall Playera, was a
guest at the dinner given by Capt.
Cole at the University Club. Other
guests were Oen. and Mrs. Frank
P Hines, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walker
and Mrs. L. A. Clark. Mrs. Souby
also was the guest of honor last eve
ning at an after-theater party.
Miss Beverly Moffett flew to Chi
cago yesterday to visit Mr. and Mrs.
James Meigs during her Spring holi
day. Mrs. William A. Moffett and
her other daughter, Mrs. Eliot Mac
Farlane Moore, have returned from
Newark, having driven there to take
Miss Moffett to the airport.
Mrs. Herbert R. Replogle of New
York City is at the Wardman Park
Hotel for several days. Mrs. Replogle
is the sister-in-law of Mr. J. Leonard
Replogle, co-author of the book
“Towle,” which outlines the new form
of contract bridge by that name now
sweeping the country. Mrs. Replogle
Is in town to explain the routine of
this new system to various clubs and
organizations, and will be here for a
short time.
Mrs. C. Augustus Simpson will en
tertain at tea in her home at 2230
Massachusetts avenue Saturday aft
ternoon, April 6, for the Washington
Alumnae of Hollins College. Her honor
guests will be Mrs. Ruth Crupper
Reeves, alumnae executive secretary,
and Washington undergraduates now
at home for the Spring vacation.
Mrs. Clarence E. Bowen is the •
house guest of her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Setzer,
in their home on Twenty-ninth street.
Mrs. Frederick King Noyes, better
known as Helen Rowland, the writer,
who has been at the Shoreham for
most of the Winter, is leaving today
to return to her home in New York
Miss Patricia Jefferson, daughter of
Mrs. Hamilton Vreeland, Jr., Is at
home from the Low-Heywood School
for her Spring vacation. Miss Jeffer
son will return to the school for the
Spring term Thursday, April 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Raymond
Pilkerton are receiving congratula
tions on the birth of a son yesterday
at the Garfield Hospital. Mr. Pilker
ton is the principal assistant audi
! tor for the District of Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Bland Hanes
are receiving congratulations on the
birth of a daughter. Elizabeth Fltz
Hugh, Sunday, March 24, in Garfield
Hospital. Mrs. Hanes before her mar
riage was Miss Elizabeth HlUsman. a
former member of the faculty of the
Herndon High School.
Seventy-third Clab Had Large
Company at Lunch Yesterday.
The Seventy-third Club of Wash
ington, members of which are wives
of members of the Seventy-third con
gressional group and number approx
imately 115, met at luncheon at the
Shoreham yesterday. Mrs. Charles
J. Colden. president, who presided at
the business meeting which followed
the luncheon, spoke in behalf of the
National Symphony Orchestra, and
an impromptu donation was made by
the women at the time. Mrs. Nicholas
Longworth, who was to have been
guest of honor, was unable to attend
by her doctor’s orders. Mrs. Marie
Diehl, soprano, was guest soloist, ac
companied by Mrs. Elsie Weaver. Mrs.
W. D. Thomas of New York was
chairman of the Commitee on
Arrangements. Other oflicers, in ad
dition to Mrs. Colden, are Mrs. James
A. Meeks, first vice president; Mrs.
Fred Blerman, second vice president;
Mrs. J. Buell Snyder, secretary; Mrs.
Will Rogers, treasurer, and Mrs.
Brooks Fletcher, publicity chairman.
The company present yesterday num
bered approximately 100. Bridge was
played, following the business session.
Mrs. Charles F. Edwards was host
ess to a group at bridge last evening ;
in her home in Clarendon. Va.. enter
taining Mrs. John Scott, Mrs. Wallace
Johnson, Mrs. Charles Hanger. Mrs.
S. C.' Whitesell, Mrs. A. Dyer. Mrs.
Edith Hite and Miss Bee Dunlap.
Mrs. Ford Swetnam was hostess at
an attractive luncheon, followed by
contract, yesterday at her home in
Fairfax. Va., when her guests were
Mrs. John S. Barbour, Mrs. Robert
D. Graham, Mrs. Amos Chilcott, Mrs.
Joseph C. Bennett, all of Fairfax;
Mrs. Etta Mae Hume of Millbrook
near Centerville, Va.; Mrs. Thomas
C. Henderson of Chantilly, Va., and
Mrs. A. C. Gibbs and Miss May Wal
ters of McLean, Va.
Mrs. J. A. Le Clerc gave a luncheon
in her home in Takoma Park. Md.,
yesterday, having Mrs. Ella Stuart,
Mrs. Alice Dean, Mrs. Clyde E. Shade,
Mrs. James Burroughs. Mrs. Stephen
Williams, Mrs. W. H. McClenon, Mrs.
Ben G. Davis. Mrs. W. R. Mattoon,
Mrs. Albert Brodall. Mrs. Benjamin
Jenkins, and Mrs. Harry 8. Thomas
as guests.
Mrs. Ruth Cramer of Carrollton,
Ga.. is the guest of her brother-in-law
and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Michael
Sullivan, in their home at 4536 Twen
ty-ninth street.
Mrs. Linden Shenk entertained at
a luncheon yesterday in her home in
Leeway, Va., having as her guests
Mrs. Nettie Graeger of Washington,
Mrs. Ella Boswell, Mrs. Sadie Drake,
and Miss Clara Sherier of Ballston, Va,
Mrs. Thomas Russell entertained at
contract bridge yesterday afternoon
in her home in Sligo Park Hills, Md.,
her guests numbering 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Patterson
were hosts at dinner last evening in
their home in Aurora Hills, when
their guests included Mr. and Mrs
George Downham, Mrs. A. M. Roland
of George Washington Park, Alex
andria; Mrs. R. H. Barnett of Wash
ington, and Mrs. Alice Davis ol
Cherrydale, Va.
Mrs. Robert Wilson of Montclair
N. J., is at the Carlton for a briel
stay, accompanied by her daughter
Miss Jane Wilson.
Mrs. H. M. Garwood of Houston
Tex., is staying at the Willard during
her visit in Washington.
M. Liotard to Give “Causerie”
Tomorrow at Mrs. Fahnestock’s.
Mrs. Gibson Fahnestock has loanee
her home at 2311 Massachusetts ave
nue for another “causerie” by M
Andre P. Liotard, who has arrangec
a series of talks on recent Frenct
books. The talk will be held at 11
o’clock tomorrow morning and will be
attended by many prominent In
Washington society.
Miss C. Virginia Diedel and Miss
Norma Bose will be hostesses at the
Arts Club of Washington this evening,
at the dinner preceding the perform
ance of two one-act plays on George
Washington, by MaJ. R. B. Lawrence.
The plays, entitled ‘‘Matching Wits”
and “Happiness Day" will be directed
by Mrs. Belle Howell Bohn.
Competition Saturday for the coveted
Riding and Hunt Club Plate to be
presented by former Secretary of State
Mr. Henry L. Stlmson at the annual
hunter trials in the new club house
grounds on the East-West Highway at
Beach Drive is expected to be un
usually great. Lieut. Col. Charles L.
Scott, secretary, and already, more
than a score of club members have
expressed their intention of entering.
This valuable antique, In competition
this year for the first time, is a strik
ing example of old English Georgian
silver. Hand made and about 16
Inches in diameter, it Is a bowl of rare
beauty. The piece comes from an old
estate In Manchester, England.
The competition for the Riding and
Hunt Club Plate by club members Is
to be the feature of the day. For
permanent possession, It must be won
three times by the same member. The
winner each year Is allowed to hold
the trophy for one year, and receives
a replica for permanent possession.
Beginning at noon, the ladies of the
Riding and Hunt Club, headed by Mrs.
Harry Semmes, will serve sandwiches,
coffee, cake, ice cream and other re
freshments at the club house.
Washington society will flock to
Chevy Chase School Thursday after
noon. April 4, at 2 o’clock, to enjoy
the hospitality of Mrs. Frederic E.
Farrington for cards and the fashion
show, which will be important parts
of the Spring festival program for the
benefit of the work of the Women’*
Board of George Washington Univer
sity Hospital.
The fashion show, planned in a
manner altogether unique by Mrs.
Cabot Stevens, chairman, will be
staged in the school auditorium as
in afternoon tea party, with Mrs. Wil
liam H. King as hostess and Mrs. Rob
ert J. Bulkley as her honor guest.
Mrs. King's assistants will be Miss
Valerie Prochnik, Miss Beth Thomp
ion and Mrs. John Fowler and her
*a table aides will be Mme. Veverka,
lime. Alfaro, wife of the Minister of
Panama; Senora de De Bayle, Mrs.
Marcus A. Coolldge, Mrs. George
Burnham, Mrs. Charles Eaton, Mrs.
William W. Howes, Mrs. Harry H.
Woodring, Mrs. S. Wallace Dempsey,
Mrs. Gilbert Grosvenor. Mrs. John
Allen Dougherty and Mrs. Carl A.
Through the courtesy of Mr. Frank
R. JelleS the Invited guests in this
‘show” who will be "models” of the
afternoon will be seen in an attractive
selection of costumes suitable to both
afternoon and evening, and they will
mingle with the card players and the
public generally at the two "show
ings." the first at 4 o'clock and the 1
second at 5 o’clock in the auditorium, 1
music being one of the features of the |
fashion show tea party. Among those
who will "model” at the show will be
Mrs. Frank Crowther. Mrs. Allard
Gasque. Mrs. Charles J. Colden, Mrs.
William Thomas, Mrs. Pchillys Good- \
win, Mrs. Tilman Parks, Miss Pauletta $
Guffy, Mrs. Eugene Sykes, Mrs. Harry |
Baxter, Senora de De Bayle, Baroness
von Pagenhardt, Mrs. Charles Fairfax.
Mrs. Peter A. Drury. Mrs. McPherson
Crichton, Mrs. Harvey W. Wiley, Mrs
Ruby Smith Stahl, Mrs. Frank Short- |
all, Mrs. Eloise Webb. Mrs. John Reed |
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FRIDAY, 9:15 A.M. to 6 P.M. °\
Friday J
in f/ie fFompjTs S/io/» \
All Sales Final. Quantities Limited, Subject to Prior Sale. V
7 Boucle Suits; sizes 16. 25 Scarfs; were $1.25c \
19 and 42; were $19.95 5 Sweaters and Twin Sets; I
10 $22.75 .$5.95 sizes 34 to 40; were $3.50 |
1 Blue Flannel Robe; size to $5.00 .95c I
18: was $16.95. . ..$7.95 1 Bag: brown alligator;
1 Black and Gold Robe; was $12.50. S5.00
size 20; was $16.95, $7.95 25 Scarfs' were 1195 tn
3 Corduroy Pajamas and " ,„ca"s’ e *195
Robes: sizes 14 to 18; 00 ‘ ‘ «
were $12.95 .$3.95 29 ® efe $1’95 89c
1 was^lO^8$395 12 FeIt and Fabric Hats; A
size 16, was $10.95, $3.95 ,, . M -n ..
6 Pairs Riding Breeches; j J*" Hair Coit'ate
sizes 16. 18 and 20; were 1 ”air Coat size
$10.95 and $12.95. $3.95 16- * as $49.75... .$19.95
j 1
J 1 Black Crepe Dress; size 1 Green Sport Coat; beaver \
I 13; was $12.95.$1.95 trimming; size 18; was I
1 1 Blue Crepe Dress; size *49'75 .*19'95 1
\ 12; was $12.95.$2.95 3 Black Coats; fox, cara- I
P 39 Dresses; crepes, taffetas Pentan trta- J
/ j i n f _ nn mings* sizes 12 and 14. \
I 2t°2° were $59.75.$24.95 \
i and 40 and 42; were , „_ „ _ „ . . .... I
$16.95 to $29.75.. .$12.95 1 Green C o at beaver |
w trunming; size 12; was I
1 16 Junior Dresses; sizes 11 $69.75 .$24.95 /
to to 17; were $12.95, $7.95 2 Skirts; were $9.95. $4.95 A
/ 3 Pastel Coats; sizes 12, 3 Harris Tweed Coats; \
I 14 and 16; were sizes 14 to 20; were 1
I $17.95 .$12.95 $25.00 .$16.95 |
1 4 White Coats and Suits; 110 Pairs Chiffon Hose; I
^ sizes 14, 16 and 20; were were 79c .49c J
r $29.75 .$19.95 198 Pairs Hose; silk chiffon A
/ 1 Coat; white and yellow and mesh: broken sizes 1
I plaid: size 16; was and colors; were $1.15 I
| $39.75 .$25 to $1.95 .79c §
I Parking Service—Chauffeurs in Attendance I
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here’s the answer to
your quest for a f
| snappy sheer tai*
lor of! dress with the
new full sleeves.
Navy Sheer
With Red Buttons
New dresses on the i|s
| third floor tomorrow
that you’ll like on sight ||:
—everything in misses’, g|
half and women’s sizes. jj§:
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large brims
make a debut
ashion says they can
be trim and tailored
or adorned with flow
ers . . . straws may be
■ smooth or rough. An
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1 Choice of Qyr 1
| EntireStock of g
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1 7 were %t9JS
1 9 were J59J5 *
■ 22 were $49.75 ■
■ Don’t wait any longer, for these quality Winter jl
W coats will sell out in a hurry at this great reduction §
p in price. Here’s an excellent opportunity to buy jg
a really good coat for neat year at the price of the §5
d fur set alone! Furred with:
Caracul Badger ■
Persian Skunk
Beaver Fitch
Kolinsky Pox
Regular and Half Sizes
Phtiipibom—Third Floor.
mm wm
Regular $3 and $5
| Spring Hats ^1 j
§( Sailors and brims in “kitten fluff,” straw, and crepe. J
Philipsborn, Fourth Floor.
wrw-\. Res- "i
| Dresses to$1"5 |
H Street and afternoon frocks in crepe, ^ jjj
B matelasse, and velvet. 14 to 44. B
m Ret' S16.9b m
M to S29.75 m
J Crepe, prints, and matelasse frocks
8 for daytime wear. 12 to 44.
B Special group of evening, afternoon, and g Q jjj
■ street frocks of crepe, prints, sheers, I X
B and velvets. Were $29.75 to $69.75.... ■
3S Philipsborn—Second Floor. ||
m Regular $16.95 to $29.75 g Jj
| Boucle Frocks ■ ^ |
B Two and three piece boucle frocks in heavenly ggj
1| shades and combinations.
I Silk Crepe Costume Slips. Were $1.59...... 98c I
1 Twin Sweaters. Were $3.95 to $5.95.$l»59 I
B Silk Crepe Blouses, pastels. Were $3 to $5.95 $ I B
Handbags, leathers and suede. Were $2 and $3 $ l
gi| Philipsborn—Street Floor.
* \
Vitality I
the Keynote I
of Spring I
In tune with the season, I
the smart new styles in ■
Vitality Health Shoes I
contribute added zest to I
the joy of living. Scientif- I
ically shaped to the con- I
tours of your feet, they ■
keep you walking in the I
CharmedCtrdeoi Smartness, ■
Fit,Economy and Vitality. I
Shown In kid leathers ot I
Blue — Brown — Grey — 1
Beige — Black — White — ■
and Combinations. ■
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Queen Quality Boot Shop I
1221 F Street M.W._I
Attractive New Selection
China Table Lamps
Complete With Silk Shades
Bases in various colors of Light Blue, Yellow,
Soft Rose and White. Serve wonderfully well
in brightening a room this Spring.
The Rose Base is complemented with g r\ 7 c i
an eggshell-lined Peach Shade. Well 311 J
made. Complete ... I w
White Leather Backed
Bridge and Smokars’ article*—
Score Pad, Cig*r*tt* Pack, Flat
Fifty, and Match Box Cover*—
in the Silver Mirror or new |
Moonlight Blue—beveled and I
cut deaign*—ranging
25c to $5*00 each
Gorham Plated Ware
The Next Thing to Sterling
Left to right are “Lady Caroline,”
“Churchill” and “Washington Irving”
—the three outstanding patterns in
this finest plated flatware. 29-pc. 1.75
I—I IthmptPI* Typical Open Stock Prices—for SIX
neaiinmeier Teaspoon* .$3.75 Salad Forks.$5.50
Dessert Spoons. 7.00 Butter Spreaders. 5.58
r* I QC Dessert Fork*.7.80 Dessert Knives.11.88
bcale »or *2-95
Largs flat platform i* only K A M
thres inches from tho floor. m W M 0 /K/m 0
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