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Honor Guest at Dinner Last Night Function Included the Presentation of Medal to American. Mexico. She will sail for Europe alter her visit in Washington. Senora de De Bayle, wife of the charge d’affaires of Nicaragua, wili not be at home this afternoon, but will receive the Friday following. The Undersecretary of State and Mrs. William Phillips entertained at dinner last evening, when the ranking guests were the Ambassador of Belgium and Com tease van der Straten-Pontho® and the Minister of the Netherlands and Mme. van Haersma de With. The first secretary of the German Embassy and Frau Scbolz will enter tain at dinner this evening in their home at 3203 Cleveland avenue. The secretary of the Yugoslavian Legation and Mme. Perazic left today to pass the week end in New York. Mr and Mrs. W. E. Dunn sailed yesterday from New York for a brief visit to San Juan, Puerto Rico, and other islands of the West Indies. Mr. Dunn, who is assistant director of the Bureau *f Foreign and Domestic Commerce, will return by air to Miami and will go from there to Dallas, where March 12 he will ad dress the Institute of Public Affairs for the Southwest, to be held under the auspices of Southern Methodist University. He expects to return to his office about March 16. Mrs. Dunn will return to Washington about a week later. Lieut. Comdr. J. B. Longstaff. U. S. N.. and Mrs. Longstaff are at the Carlton for several days Mr. George J. Sc halier, governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, has arrived in Washington and is at the Carlton. Gunston Hall Alumnae Hosts The Alumnae Association of Gun ston Hall will be entertained at the school tomorrow afternoon at 4 o’clock. Mrs. G. Beale Bloomer, president of the association, will present the new books to the Mason Memorial Library which is in special charge of the Washington alumnae. Mrs. Lucy Briscoe Knox, chairman of the Pro gram Committee, has arranged a musical program for the afternoon. The members of the graduating classes of the academic and collegiate departments will be the guests of honor at this tea. Woman Geographers’ Luncheon Tomorrow Dr. Helen Strong, Mrs. Sophia A. Saucerman and Miss Lois Olson will be hostesses to the Washington group of the Society of Woman Geographers at a luncheon tomorrow in the club house of the American Association of University Women. Mrs. Laura Craytor Boulton of Chi cago, who has traveled extensively in Africa and has made a special study of primitive music, will be the guest of honor. Mrs. Boulton is the third member of the Society of Woman Geographers to be invited to speak this season before the National Geo graphic Society, the others being Frau Hettie Dyhrenfurth of Switzerland and Amelia Earhart. Following the luncheon there will be a lecture by Mrs. Boulton mi “Rhythm in the Jun gle," illustrated by slides and phono graph records which she made in W- it Africa in 1934. Those who have accepted are Lucile Quarry Mann, vice president; Dr. Helen Strong, treasurer; Constance Lathrop, assistant treasurer; Mrs. Mitchell Carroll, chairman of the Washington group; Dr. Florence Bas com, Mary Ellen Davis, Clara Eg 11, Mrs. Gilbert H. Gro6venor, Margaret Hitch, Frances Carpenter Huntington, Frances Parkinson Keyes, Dr. Laura Martin, Lois Olson, Sophia Saucer man, Helen Wells Seymour, Helen M. Smith, Taisia Stadnichenko, Edith M. Fitton, Mrs. Charles M. Hendley and Mary A. Nourse. Miss Harveycutter To Marry Mr. Imirie Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lake Har veycutter pt Kenwood, Md., announce the engagement of their daughter Olga Mae to Mr. Paul Imirie, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Imirie of Chevy Chase, Md. The wedding will take place in the Spring. Miss Fiebeger Is Hostess for Alumnae The Washington branch of the Vas sar Alumnae Association will have a luncheon at Wesley Hall, 1703 K street, tomorrow at 1:15 o’clock. Miss Julia Fiebeger will ce the hostess. Reserva tions may be made through the secre tary, Miss Roberta M. Whitehead. McGroarty Unit Program Monday The Stephen P. McGroarty Unit, No. 27, of the American Legion Auxiliary will have a special program on the music and art of Poland Monday eve ning at the Thomas Circle Club at 1326 Massachusetts avenue. Mrs. Edith C. Hatheway, Fidac, is chairman and will be the hostess to the post and unit and their friends on this occasion. Suburban Residents In the News Mr. and Mrs. Hagan Hosts at Waycroft Visitors Elsewhere. Mr. and Mrs. J. Foster Hagan enter tained at dinner last evening in their home in Waycroft, Va., in honor of the fourth birthday anniversary of their daughter, Mary Ann Massey Hagan. Spring flowers with pink and green candles formed the table decora tions, and the guests included little Miss Hagan’s materar and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mor ville Barker, and daughter Peggy of Washington, and Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Hagan of Waycroft; also Mrs. T. W. Jennings of Brunswick, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Mori u.d sons, Alfred, jr., and Donald Faster; Mr. and Mrs. John McCullough and daughter Madge Catherine, and Mrs. Rachel White, all of the county. Mrs. H. Trendlcy Dean entertained a small company Informally at lunch eon today in her home, in Clarendon, later taking her guests to the exhlbi | ■ -- tion ride at Fort Myer. They in cluded Mrs. William H. Crom, Mrs. John C. Arrowsmlth and Mrs. Eliza beth Young. Tomorrow Dr. Dean will leave on a 10-day trip for points iii New Mexico and Texas, going on an official survey in the Interests of the United States Public Htfalth Service. Dr. and Mrs. William Meyer of Hem don, Va., have as their guests this week Mr. N. S. Roney of Fredericksburg, Va.; Mr. Carl Meyer and Mr. S. Meyer of Endfield, N. C., and Mr. Sigmund Meyer of Durham, N. C. Mrs. Carleton K. Lewis gave a luncheon, followed by bridge, yester day in her home in Ly'n Park, enter taining as guests Mrs. J. W. Dorsey, Mrs. Arnold T. Rowell, Mrs. B. F. Tou lotte, Mrs. C. I. Kephart, Mrs. Louis Carl, Mrs. Arthur Orr and Mrs. Byron Hackett. Mr. Arthur Simonds of Omaha, Nebr., is the guest for sometime of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William 8, Blanchard of Hern don, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Prank H. Bailey of Ar lington, Va., are In Auburndale, Fla., and are guests of their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Holland Jenka Mrs. Thomas Henderson of Chantil ly, Va„ has returned home from a visit of several days with her mother, Mrs. T. D. Martin, in Salem, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ferguson enter tained at bridge, followed by a mid night supper, Saturday evening, in their home In Floris, Va. Their guests included Mr. and Mrs. William H. Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. George Ramsey Bready, Mrs. Allen Bradley, Mrs. E. Barbour Hutchison, Mrs. Allen H. Kirk, Mrs. Ruth Keyes, Mrs. Bentley Harrison, Mrs. S. Lucas, Miss Cathe rine Rogers, Miss Edith Rogers, Miss Matilda Decker, Mr. Holcomb Rogers. High scores were made by Mrs. Hutch ison and Mrs. Harrison. Rev. Mr. Loughran, Wife at Home Sunday The Rev. Joseph 8. Loughran, pas tor of the Cleveland Park Congrega tional Church at Thirty-fourth ,.nd Lowell streets, will he at home at the Westchester to friends and mem bers of the church Sunday afternoon, from 4 to 7 o’clock. Mrs. W. C. Rue duger, Mrs. E. H. Cavin, Mrs. D. E. Whitman and Mrs. W. A. Marshalls will pour tea. Maj., Mrs. La Garde To Receive Informally Maj. and Mrs. Richard D. La Garde will be at home Informally Sunday afternoon from 4 until 6 o’clock. They will have with them their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben La Garde. The Italian Ambassador, Signor Augustro Rosso, was the honor guest at a dinner given last evening at the Sulgrave Club by Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Graves Mather. The table was an effective floral arrangement carrying out the color scheme of the Italian emblem. Among the guests were Mr. Justice and Mrs. Stone, Admiral and Mrs. Strauss, the Assistant Secretary of State and Mrs. Wilbur Carr, Marquis and Marquise Rossi-Longhi, Mrs. Gib son-Fahnestock. Princess Boncom pagni, Miss Boardman, Mr. Charles Henry Butler and Mr. Mather's brother. Dr. Frank Jewett Mather, jr, the well-known author and art critic of Princeton, N. J, and Mrs. Mather. During the dinner the Ambassador presented to Mr. Rufus Mather the Insignia of an officer of the crown of Italy conferred on him by the Italian government in recognition of j his researches in the Italian archives concerning Italian art and as a co founder with Mrs. Mather of the Italian Light House in Rome for the prevention of blindness and justice for the blind. Mrs. Mather, nee Winifred Holt, was decorated in 1920 as a founder of the Italian Light House. The Ambassador of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Mme. Troyanovsky will entertain at dinner this evening in the embassy. The Minister of the Dominican Re public and Senora de Pastoriza were hosts at dinner last evening in oele bration of the ninety-second anni versary of the independence of their country. The guests were several of the heads of missions of the Latin American countries and a group of their personal friends. Earlier in the day the Minister and Senora de Pastoriza received in the legation. 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