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Brazilian Embassy Will
Have Interesting House
Hold for Winter Months
Italian Ambassador in New Yprk Today.
Other Diplomats Entertain at
Dinners and Luncheons.
THE Ambassador of Brazil and
Senhora de Aranha will have
with them during the Winter
season Senhorita Alzira Vargas,
daughter of the President of Brazil,
who will come to Washington with
them Thursday. Also arriving in the
Capital with the Ambassador and
Senhora de Aranha will be the Am
bassador's sister. Senhorita Alais
Aranha. who will be with them for the
Winter months, and Senhorita Zazi
Aranha the cider daughter of the
diplomat and Senhora de Aranha. Sen
horita Zazi Aranha is just entering
her debutante year and it is probable
that she will take part in the festivi
ties for the buds, although no plans
have been made for a formal debut.
Senhorita Dedei Aranha. the schoolgirl
daughter of the Ambassador and Sen
hora de Aranha. came to Washington
Saturday with the Minister Plenipo
tentiary. counselor of the embassy,
Brnhor C. de Freitas-Valle.
The Royal Italian Ambassador,
Signor Augusto Rosso, has gone to
New York, where he will be the prin
cipal speaker this evening at the
observance of Italy's Armistice day
and the victory of Vittoria Vencto this :
evening at Carnegie Hall in New York.
The Minister of Czechoslovakia. Dr. 1
Ferdinand Veverka. entertained at i
a luncheon today in honor of former i
Assistant Secretary of Commerce, Dr.
Ju'ius Klein, who will receive the
Order of the White Lion, which is
being bestowed on him by the Presi
dent of Czechoslovakia for his serv
ices in that country.
The Minister was also host at
luncheon yesterday in honor of the
newly appointed Minister of Yugo
slavia and Mme. Fotitch, who arrived
in Washington last week and have
taken an apartment at the Wardman
Park Hotel while the legation Is being
done over.
The Minister of the Union of South
Africa and Mrs. Close were hosts at
dinner Saturday evening at the Chevy
Chase Club, when, among their guests
were several officers of H. M. S. York.
Later the party attended the dance
which was given at the British Em
bassy.
The Senorltas Trucco. daughters of
the Ambassador of Chile, Senor Don
Manuel Trucco, will entertain at din
ner this evening in honor of Miss
Marjorie Talman and her fiance,
Senor Don Mario Rodriguez, first sec
retary of the Chilean Embassy, whose
marriage will take place Friday.
The charge d'affaires of the Union
of Soviet Soci-'ist Republics and Mme.
Skvirsky have returned from New
York where they spent the week end.
Interesting Parties
Of Capital Residents
The Assistant Secretary of the Navy
«nd Mrs. Henry Latrobe Roosevelt
will entertain at dinner this evening
Bt the Sulgrave Club in honor of Vice
Admiral, the Hon. Sir Matthew Best,
the Hon. Lady Best and the officers
Of H. M. S. York.
This afternoon the chief of naval
eperation and Mrs. William H.
6tandley will hold a reception in their
home on Observatory Circle, in honor
of the distinguished British visitors,
to which invitations have been issued.
The former Assistant Secretary of
the Navy for Aviation and Mrs. David
S Ingalls entertained at a cocktail
party, at Hot Springs yesterday for |
Mrs. John W. Cross. Mr. and Mrs. John
W. Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. David
M. Gilmore.
Mr and Mrs. John R. Fell, son and
dauehter-ln-law of Mrs. Ogden L. j
Mills, wife of the former Secretary of
the Treasury, entertained at dinner .
last evening at WhitP Sulphur Springs. ;
W Vs., for Mr. Fell's sister. Miss
Dorothy R. Fell, Miss H. Whitney
Bourne. Mr. Edward J. Reeves and Mr.
Bradley Dresser.
Mr. Benny Bass was the guest of
honor at a large supper party given
by 20 of his friends at the Madrillon
last evening. Mr. Bass will leave
for Florida tomorrow for a stay of
several months.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Pollio gave a
birthday anniversary party Saturday
afternoon In their apartment at the
Mayflower for their 7-year-old daugh
ter. Olive Frances Pollio. The elab
orately decorated cake had a birthday
greeting on a scroll of sugar and a
reproduction also In sugar of her in
» costume she wore at a recent party.
Several short motion picture films es
pecially appropriate for the your.g
guests were shown and a musical chair
that played popular airs every time
It was occupied was a source of great
amusement.
Guests at the party were Lou Schlot
terbeck. Frances Principe. Johnny
Parker. Marilyn Mack, joy Dilli. Nancy
Jtamond. Patsy Leibell. Mary Mar
garet Mullin, Anne Moore, Gloria
Finot and Gordon Linke.
Kenneth Lane Arone was host to his
gchoolmates at a hayride at a Hal
loween party In the hayloft Wednes
day from 4 to 8 o’clock.
It was first planned as an outdoor j
pirnlc In Rock Creek Park with
witches and goblins, broiling frank- j
furters. toasting marshmallows and1
popping com over live coals, but be- j
cause of the rainy weather, Mrs. Arone j
took over the hayloft, which was
Eayly decorated for the occasion, and
is schoolmates were entertained
*rith games, a treasure hunt and sing
ing and tap dancing by the two tal
ented children. Murrel and Wayne
Holt. The table was attractive witn
B large rake decorated in appropriate
Style by Mr. Martin.
Costa Rica has doubled its con
sumption tax on beer.
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Fort Myer Troop to
Exhibit Skill at Show
The famous musical drill of Troop
E of the 3d Cavalry at Port Myer
will be shown each day at the National
Horse Show In Madison Square Gar
den. The members of the troop left ;
this morning by bus for New York
and will appear at the opening day.
Wednesday, and continue until Tues
day, November 12.
The troop, costumed as SDanish
fiesta horsemen, and carrying slender
lances from which float graceful pen- j
nants of red and yellow, will stage |
their beautiful and intricate drill. The
horses were sent by rail. The drill
"unquestionably the greatest drill of
its kind in the country” demonstrates
to the highest degree the training of
men and horses. Maj. James T. Duke
is in command of Troop E. The
training of the horse is manifest by
the exactness of movement, cadence
of gaits and the complete discipline
and control by the rider. The indi
vidual and collective training of the
performers is exemplified by the preci
sion and exactness with which each
movement is completed and the abso
lute attentiveness to the most minute
detail. The series of complicated
movements are undertaken by the
riders at the gallop and without com
mands or signals.
The costumes of the men and the
trappings of the horses have been
based on a color scheme of red and
yeUow and these colors blend'og with
the bright hued pennant at the lance !
head form a very striking contrast to
the beautiful chestnut shade of the
horses.
The troop will return to Port Myer
November 13, where it will immedi
ately resume its training for the series
of exhibition rides which will again
be- witnessed this Winter starting in
January and continuing throughout
March.
Miss Green to Wed
Mr. Bowen of Florida
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilbur Green
of Battery Park announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Lois Hollings
worth, to Mr. James G. Bowen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Bowen of
Lake Worth, Fla., formerly of Wash
ington. Miss Green attended the Mar
jorie Webster School and American
University, where she was graduated
in the Class of 1935. Mr. Bowen at
tended Mercersburg Academv and
was graduated from Massachusetts
Institute of Technology and the Har
vard Graduate School of Businesa Ad
ministration. He is a member of the
administrative staff of the Resettle
ment Administration.
The marriage wiU take place in the
early Winter.
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Bride at Home Wedding
MRS. EBER R. PRICE,
Formerly Miss Mary Harriman before her marriage Saturday
in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman F. Harriman.
Mr. and Mrs. Price will be at home after a wedding trip in
Charleston, W. Va. —H*ss»let-Hfnderson Photo.
University Club to
Have Ladies’ Night
The University Club will observe
ladies’ night Thursday evening, when
as a special attraction the Enter- i
tainment Committee will present the
Estelle Wentworth Opera Group in
Gilbert and Sulim* n's scintillating
operetta "Trial by Jury,", under the
personal direction of Miss Wentworth
herself, who will be at the piano.
The cast of characters, which in
cludes Kathleen Lawlor, lyric soprano;
Ira Meyer, baritone; Ray Blaine, lyric
tenor; Walter Perry, bass-baritone:
Harry Yelde, bass, and Thomas Zepp,
tenor, will be supported by a company
of 24 singers as bridesmaids, jurymen,
and spectators.
Already reservations for dinner par
ties prior to the operetta, which will
begin promptly at 8:45. are pouring
in. and a capacity audience is ex
pected.
Following the performance Justice i
and Mrs. Joseph W. Cox will serve!
as hosts at a buffet supper in honor
of Miss Wentworth and her company. ;
Arrangements for the evening are
in the hands of Lewis Lofton Money
way. chairman of the Entertainment
Committee.
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Ambassador Luther
Guest at Dinner
The Ambassador of Germany, Herr
Hans Luther, will be the guest of !
honor at dinner tomorrow night of j
Chancellor Joseph M. M. Gray of
American University, and Mrs. Gray,
at the club house of the American
Association of University Women.
Other guests will include Bishop
John L. Nuelsen of Zurich. Switzer
land; Bishop and Mrs. Edwin H.
Hughes, Bishop William F. McDowell.
Dr. and Mrs. George B. Woods, Dr.
and Mrs. Ernest 8. Griffith, Miss Mary
Louise Brown, Mias Grace Dunham
Guest, Miss Florence Hooper of Balti
more, Dr. Ernst Correll, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph C. Gray and Miss Elisabeth
Gray<
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Red Gross Corps to
Have Fall Luncheon
The Staff Assistance Corps of the
Red Cross will have Its Fall luncheon
at the Parrot tomorrow at 1 o'clock,
when plans for volunteer work for the j
coming Winter will be discussed.
Stevens-Kimmel
Engagement Told
Dr. and Mrs. William Miller Gamble
•ntertained last evening at their home, j
Ross Rae, in Mohican Hills, Md , an- [
nounclng the engagement of their
niece. Miss Helen Ryan Stevens, to
Mr. Albert J Kimmel. The marriage
will take place in December.
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Mrs. Becker at Home
Wednesday Afternoon |
Mrs. George F. Becker has sent out I
cards for an at home Wednesday I
afternoon from 5 to 7 o'clock at 2310
Connecticut avenue to meet Col. and
Mrs. Joseph Cecil.
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Former
O f ficials
In the News
Mr. and Mrs. Fenn
Here for Winter.
Others Back.

Former Representative and Mrs. E.
Hart Fenn of Wethersfield, Conn.,
who arrived in Washington Friday,
have taken an apartment for the
Winter season at 2540 Massachusetts
avenue.
Former Representative Addison T.
Smith of Idaho, who has been re
siding in Washington since his re
tirement from Congress two years ago,
has returned to the State for a 10
day visit.
Mrs. Robert E. Lee has returned to
Washington after passing three
months abroad, spending most of her
time at the Wiesbaden cure in Ger
many. After landing in New York
Mrs. Lee visited in Wilmington, Del.,
and came to Washington Friday. She
will be here until January 1, when
she will go to Charleston.
Mrs. George Authier and her daugh
ter, Miss Joy Authier. have returned
from Madison. Wis., and are making
their home at 3350 Eighteenth street.
Mrs. Mark Conrad, who is in her
apartment at the Shoreham, will go
to New York to be with her grand
daughter, Miss Virginia Bacon Pen
fleld, daughter of the late Walter Scott
Penfleld. who will celebrate her six
teenth birthday anniversary Novem
ber 26.
Mr. and Mrs. A1 Philip Kane an
nounce the birth of a son at Provi
dence Hospital October 25.
Miss Richards Home
From California Visit.
Miss Janet Richards, who spent the
month of October in California visit- |
ing friends in San Diego and Los An- j
geles.' also at Ramona in beautiful1
Santa Maria Valley, Is expected in!
Washington early this week and will
resume her "Talks on Public Ques
tions" Monday morning next at the
Willard Hotel. Miss Richards gained
many interesting Impressions and po
litical reactions In the Par West which
will be of Interest In her Monday
talks.
_
Mrs. Harriett B. Mohun has re
turned to Washington and has taken
an apartment at the Fairfax Hotel for
the Winter.
Mrs. Hersey Munroe has returned
from New England and is at home on
Clifton street.
Mrs. Louis Heller of New York,
formerly of Washington, is visiting
Mrs. M. J. Luchs in her apartment in
Cathedral Mansions.
Mrs. J. K. Chamberlain and Miss
Maud F. Aymas of Brewer, Me., are
at the Dodge while in the Capital.
Miss Helen B. Sperber entertained
Miss Elaine B. DLssin of Boston last
week.
Mrs. Kate Terry Loomis of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, is passing a few days
at the Dodge and is accompanied by
Miss Orace D. Rose of Morristown,
N. J.
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Informal Supper of
Kappa Alpha Theta
The Washington Alumnae Chapter
of Kappa Alpha Theta will hold an
informal supper meeting tomorrow
night at 6:30 o'clock in the clubhouse
of the American Association of Uni
versity Women at 1634 I street. All
Thetas are Invited to btf present.
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Alumnae Benefit
Prize Bingo Party
Hie Immaculata Seminary Alumnae
Asaociation will give a benefit bingo
in the auditorium of the seminary.
Wisconsin and Nebraska avenues, i
Wednesday evening.
For weeks the alumnae have been
working to Insure the success of the
event, proceeds of which will be de
voted to the Sister Frances Helen Me-!
mortal Altar Fund. Prominent
women of Washington and the girls of
the Immaculata have been assisting
the various committees. Many at
tractive prizes have been donated.
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under the direction of Miss Ann p
Brosnan. president of the Immaculata
Seminary Alumnae Association, in-1
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Executive chairman, Miss Anna Mae
Ryan; Ticket Committee, Miss Mildred
A. Stohlman, Miss Mary A. Bauman,
Miss Mary* Barbee and Miss Rita
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William Stohlman, Jr.; Miss Ulrica
Donohoe and Mrs. Lao App; Commit
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Smith, Miss Alma Bean, Miss Mary
Frances O’Connor and Miss Ellen
Maloney; hostesses, Mrs. William
Walsh, Mrs. William Dempsey. Mrs.
John Lynch and Mrs. Frederick Dodge
Jr.; Door Committee. Miss Margaret
Dunworth and Miss Helen Hile; Com
mittee on Publicity, Miss Genevieve
Bean and Miss Ann P. Brosnan.
California Pastor Dies.
LOS ANGELES. November 4 —
Rev. F. J. Oaten, 69. pastor of the
Hollywood First Methodist Episcopal
Church, died here last night. He for
merly lived In Toronto, and for 15 j
years was secretary of the Ontario
Temperance Alliance.
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