Mrs. Roosevelt Guest
Of Congressional Club
At Tea This Afternoon
Secretary of State and Mrs, Hull Entertain
Mrs, Roosevelt will be the guest
of honor at tea this afternoon of the
Congressional Club in the charming
tittle club house at 2001 New Hamp
shire avenue. Mrs. W. M. Whitting
ton, president of the club, will re
ceive the guests and present them to
Mrs. Roosevelt, and assisting in re
ceiving will be the other officers of
the club. Gay Spring blossoms will
adorn the ball room, where the re
ception will be held and where the
long tea table will be placed.
Alternating at the tea table during
the reception hours will be Mrs.
Joseph Byrnes, Mrs. Edward Taylor,
Mrs. Robert Doughton, Mrs. George
Norris, Mrs. Bertram Snell, Mrs. Carl
Mape. Mrs. James P. Buchanan, Mrs.
Otis Bland. Mrs. Thomas Blanton and
Mrs. Clarance Lea. Associate members
who will also assist are Miss Bernice
Burk, Mrs. Joseph Herbert, jr.; Mrs.
John A. Hollawell, Mrs. James Mo
rarity, Mrs. Olive Oldfield and Mrs.
The Secretary of State and Mrs.
Hull will entertain a company of dip
lomats and officials at dinner this
evening at the Carlton. Last evening
they were hosts to a large number
from this distinguished group, enter
taining at the Carlton, where they
have an apartment. Their guests last
evening were the Ambassador of Peru.
Senor Don Manuel de Freyre y San
tander; the Italian Ambassador, Sig
tior Augusto Rosso; the Ambassador
of Germany, Herr Hans Luther; the
Ambassador of the Union of Soviet
Socialist Republics and Mme. Troy
anovsky, the Ambassador of Turkey
and Mme. Ertegun, the Belgian Am
bassador and Comtesse van der
Straten-Ponthoz, the Ambassador of
Mexico and Senora de Castillo Nejara,
the minister of foreign affairs of
the Dominican Republic, Senor Don
Ernesto Bonetti Burgos; the Min
ister of Guatemala and Senora de
Recinos, the Minister of Denmark and
Mme. Wadsted. the Minister of Bo
livia and Senora de Finot, the Min
ister of Ecuador and Senora de Al
faro, the Minister of Haiti, M. Albert
Blanchet; the Minister of the Neth
erlands and Mme. van Haersma de
With, the Minister of Uruguay, Mr.
J. Richling; the Minister of El Sal
vador and Senora de Castro, the Min
ister of Colombia and Senora de Lo
pez, the Minister of Lithuania and
Mme. Zadeikis. the Minister of Yugo
elavia and Mme. Fotich, the Minister
of the Dominican Republic and Se
nora de Pastoriza, the chairman of
the Committee on Foreign Relations
Of the Senate, Senator Key Pittman,
and Mrs. Pittman; the chairman of
the Committee on Foreign Affairs of
the House, Representative Sam D.
Reynolds, and Mrs. Reynolds; the
charge d'affaires of Spain and Senora
de Yrujo, the charge d’affaires of
Czechslovakia, Dr. Josef Nemecek; the
charge d'affaires of Iran, Mr. Hossein
Ghods; the charge d'affaires of Bul
garia. Mr. Ivan Zlatin; the director
of the mint, Mrs. Nellie Tayloe Ross;
the civil service commisisoner, Mrs.
Lucile Foster McMillin; the assistant
United States treasurer, Mrs. Marion
Banister, and the special assistant to
the Secretary of State and Mrs. James
me secretary oi me treasury ana
Mrs. Henry Morgenthau, jr., have can
celed their social engagement owing
to the death yesterday morning in
New York of Mrs. Morgenthau'g
mother, Mrs. Fatman.
The Secretary of Agriculture and
Mrs. Wallace will entertain at dinner
this evening in their apartment in
Wardman Park Hotel.
The Italian Ambassador, Signor
Augusto Rosso, will be host at dinner
this evening in the embassy.
The Ambassador of Germany, Herr
Hans Luther, will be the guest in
whose honor the Deputy Chief of
Staff and Mrs. George S. Simonds
will entertain at dinner this eve
ning at the Army-Nayy Club.
The Minister of Sweden and Mme.
Bostrom, who have been in the South
for some time, sailed Tuesday from
Miami aboard the Swedish liner,
Gripsholm, for Cuba and Mexico and
will return to Washington the first of
During the Minister’s absence the
retiring counselor, Baron Beck-Friis,
Is charge d’affaires. Baron and
Baroness Beck-Friis will leave for the
former’s new post in China immedi
ately after the Minister’s return.
Senator Kenneth McKellar and
Senator Robert R. Reynolds were
among the guests of Col. and Mrs.
Edward J. McCormack at a dinner
party in the ball room at the Shore
ham last evening. Col. and Mrs.
McCormack have recently moved to
Washington from Memphis and For*
est Hill, Tenn., and are residing at the
Westchester. Other guests in the com
pany were Representative and Mrs.
Herron Pearson, Representative Wal
ter Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Bane, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seider
mann, Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Bolton
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent M. Miles,
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Miller, Mrs. Ellen
Wooward, Miss Catherine lanton, Mr.
Jack Gates and Mr. Keith Tindale.
Mme. Sokolowska, wife of the
charge d’affaires of Poland, was
hostess at luncheon today, entertain
ing a company of 30 at the embassy.
Last evening M. and Mme. Sokolow
ska entertained at dinner at the em
bassy, their guests including the Sec
retary of Commerce and Mrs. Roper,
the Ambassador of France and Mme.
de Laboulaye. the Minister of Norway
and Mme. Munthe de Morgenstierne,
i fhe Minister of Latvia, M. Alfred Bil
manis; Senator and Mrs. Royal S.
Copeland, Senator and Mrs. Millard
E. Tydings, Mrs. William E. Borah,
Representative and Mrs. Sol Bloom,
Representative Leo Kocialkowskl of
Chicago: the first secretary of the
French Embassy, M. Roger Gaucheron,
and his sister, Mile. Simone Gauch
eron: the first secretary of the Ger
man Embassy and Frau Schola, Col.
and Mrs. Charles Burnett, Mr. and
Mrs. John McClure, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Fred Essary, Mrs. J. Borden Harri
man, Mrs. Jacob Leander Loose, Mr.
Robert F. Kelley of the State Depart
ment, and the second secretary of the
Polish Embassy, Mr. Edward Kulikow
ski, and the attache, Mr. Michal
Representative Clarence J. McLeod
was joined yesterday in his apartment
at the Wardman Park Hotel by Mrs.
McLeod, who came from their home
The director general of the Pan
American Union, Dr. L. S. Rowe, en
tertained at luncheon yesterday at
j the Pan American Annex in honor
of the assistant director, Dr. Esteban
| Gil Borges, newly appointed minister
j for foreign affairs of Venezuela. The
other guests, including the members
of the staff of the Pan American
Union, were: Dr. B. J. Lloyd, Dr.
C. E. McGuire, Dr. William Manger,
Mr. William A. Reid, Mr. William V.
| Griffin, Mr. Charles E. Babcock, Mr.
j Lowell Curtiss, Mr. Jose L. Colom,
| Miss Elsie Brown, Mr. Enrique Coro
, nado, Mrs. Concha Romero James,
i Miss Mathilda Phillips, Mr. Jose Ter
cero, Miss Anne L. O’Connell, Miss
Annie D. Marchant, Mr. Harry Burk
holder, Mr. George P. Hirschman,
Mr. Francisco Aguilera, Miss Elena
Calderon, Mr. Manuel Canyes, Mr.
F. Ramsdell Cummings, Mr. Raul
d’Eca, Miss Virginia DeGraw, Miss
Elinor Dunnigan, Miss Lucy B. Farns
; worth, Mr. Harry Frantz, Mr. Sydney
G. Gest, Mr. Francisco J. Hernandez,
Mrs. George Harold Keatley, Mr. Paul
R. Kelbaugh, Mrs. Anna F. Knight,
j Mr. Charles K. Ludewig, Miss Julia
! MacLean, Mr. William Mahoney, Mr.
j James A. McDermott, Mr. Herbert R.
; Mills, Mr. Manuel B. Montes, Mr.
Paul W. Murphy, Miss Beatrice New
hall. Miss Gertrude V. O’Connell, Mr.
Nelson J. Riley, Mr. Clarence S. Runs
I wick, Mr. William Sanders, Mr. M.
' Robert Scott, Mr. H. Gerald Smith,
; Mr. H. C. Snodgrass, Mr. Guillermo
■ Suro, Mr. Henry L. Sweinhart, Mr.
i John A. Teetz, Mrs. J. A. Thurman,
' Mrs. George D. Wait and Mr. Julian
The assistant solicitor general and
Mrs. Golden W. Bell have canceled
the dinner which they planned for
March 14 in honor of the Attorney
General and Mrs. Homer S. Cummings,
due to the change in the latter’s
Florida vacation plans.
Mrs. Bristol, wife of Rear Admiral
Mark L. Bristol, will be hostess to a
small company at tea tomorrow after
noon in honor of Mrs. Walter H.
Schoellkopf, wife of the second secre
tary of the United States Embassy
Mr. and Mrs. Schoellkopf, who have
been visiting in Washington, will
leave Sunday for New York, from
where they will sail for Spain.
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Marionette Show to
Aid Scholarship Fund
Much Interest is being taken in the
first of the series of performances of
the “Rambling Marionettes” of the
Washington Junior League, to be
given for the benefit of the Wash
ington Wellesley Club scholarship
fund. The first presentation of the
puppets will be "Ooldielocks and Red
Rifling Hood” and will take place
Saturday morning at Alinas Temple,
Thirteenth and K streets. Interest 1s
growing constantly in these puppets,
which represent characters so we.l
known and beloved by young and old
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt heads
the list of patronesses, which includes
Mrs. Cordell Hull, Mrs. Henry Mor
genthau, Jr.; Mrs. George H. Dern,
Mrs. Henry A. Wallace, Mrs. Charles
Evans Hughes, Mme. Peter, Mme.
Prochnlk, Mme. Wadsted, Senora Al
faro, Mme. Bostrom, Mme. de With,
Mrs. George Sutherland, Mrs. Owen J.
Roberts, Mrs. Charles L. McNary,
Miss Josephine Roche, Mrs. Edward
P. Costlgan, Mrs. Hamilton Pish, Jr.;
Mrs. Sol Bloom, Representative Edith
Nourse Rogers, Mrs. Ralph O. Brew
ster. Mrs. Ralph E. Church, Repre
sentative Caroline O’Day, Miss Bess
Goodykoontz, Mrs. D. Laurence
Groner, Mrs. Emly Newell Blair,
Mrs.Nellle Tayloe Ross, Mrs. Jesse H.
Jones, Mrs. Chester Davis, Mrs. John
W. Studebaker, Mrs. Dean C. Acheson,
Mrs. Jesse Adkins, Mrs. Douglas Bir
nie, Miss Grace C. Burton, Miss Jean
Dean Cole, Mrs. Henry Parsons Er
win, Mrs. William Corcoran Eustis,
Mrs. F. E. Farrington, Mrs. Pierre
Gaillard, Mrs. Julius Garflnckel, Mrs.
Joseph M. Gray, Mrs. Spencer Gor
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Sarah Stokes Halkett, Mrs. Warren
J. Haines, Mrs. Christian Heurich,
Mrs. Martha Holton, Mrs. William
Pitch Kelley, Baroness Serge Korfl,
Miss Bessie J. Klbbey, Mrs. Jacob
Leander Loose, Mrs. James Alexan
der Lyon, Mrs. Anthony Macondray,
Mrs. Russell Wllllftm Magna, the
Misses Maret, Mrs. Cloyd Heck Mar
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Thomas W. Sidwell, Mrs. Cabot Ste
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