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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, February 28, 1936, Image 23

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Tighe - Hickey Rites
Wed Nearby.
A wedding of interest took place
Tuesday morning at the Shrine of
the Blessed Sacrament, at Chevy
Chase, D. C., when Miss Catherine
Way Hickey, daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. John J. Hickey, became the
bride of Mr. Cecil Calvert Tighe, son
of the late James R. and Mrs. Mar
garet E. Tighe. The Rev. Thomas
Gibbons Smyth, pastor, officiated at
the nuptial mass. Mrs. John Kieley
played the wedding march and dur
ing the ceremony Mrs. John Barbee
Bang appropriate sacred music.
The bride was given in marriage
by her brother-in-law, Mr. Robert
C. Lester. She wore a gray traveling
auit, gray accessories, with violet tur
ban hat. Her bouquet was of orchids.
Her only attendant was Miss Eli2
abeth Frances Jones, who wore a royal
blue velvet dress and hat with shoul
der bouquet of talisman roses. Mr.
Edward J. Tracy, brother-in-law of
the bridegroom, acted as best man.
A wedding breakfast was served in
the home of the bride’s sister, Mrs.
Robert C. Lester, at 409 Shepherd
Btreet, in Chevy Chase, Md.
Later Mr. Tighe and his bride left
for a motor trip to New York. Mrs.
Tighe is a graduate of Notre Dame
Academy and Georgetown Dental
School and Mr. Tighe is a graduate
of St. John’s Academy and is now
studying law at Columbus University.
Announcement has been made of
ston and Mr. William Alexander I
Miller, Jr., Friday. February 14, in the I
Lincoln Chapel of the New York Ave- j
nue Presbyterian Church. Dr. Joseph
R. Sizoo performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Margaret R. Johnston of Tallahassee,
Fla., and is secretary to Representa
tive Emmet O'Neal, from Kentucky.
Mr. ^filler is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Alexander Miller of Scranton,
Pa., and is a nephew of Mr. A.
Mitchell Palmer, Attorney General in
the Wilson administration. Mr. Miller
is with the Resettlement Administra
tion and he and his bride will make
their home in the Capital.
Mrs. William Phillips of Washing
ton announces the marriage of her
daughter, Carolyn Louise, to Mr. Lee
Cleveland Corbett, Takoma Park, D.
C.. Saturday, February 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Corbett will be at
home at 1424 Euclid street northwest
after April 1. Mr. Corbett is with the
Department of Agriculture.
Mr. D. F. Holmes of Luray, Va.. an
nounces the marriage of his daughter,
Olga Regina, to Mr. George William
Hurley of Washington, son of Mr.
George Hurley of New York City.
The marriage took place at Frederick, i
Md., Monday, February 17.
The bride is a graduate of State
Teachers’ College, at Harrisonburg,
and has been employed in Washington
for several years. She was formerly
a teacher. Mr. Hurley holds an ex
* ecutive position with Approved Dis
tributors, Inc., and has recently been
transferred from Philadelphia to
The wedding of Miss Hilda Cruit,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cruit
of Takoma Park, Md., and Mr. Sam
uel W. Wolfe, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Garland W. Wolfe of Silver Spring,
Md., took place February 1 at Elk
ton, Md. The bride had as her at
tendant Miss Virginia Newton of Ta
koma Park and the best man was Mr.
Jack Maddox of Blair.
Both the bride and bridegroom
graduated in June from the Mont
gomery Blair Senior High School and
at the time of his marriage Mr. Wolfe
was attending Georgetown University.
They are making their home with the
bridegroom’s parents in Silver Spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe entertained at
a dinner party in their home last eve
ning in honor of their son, who cele
brated his birthday anniversary. The
guests included the bride’s mother,
Mrs. Cruit, and Mr. and Mrs. Burn
hard Leizear and their sons. Mr.
William Leizear and Mr. Willard Lei
New Duty for Police.
HOLLYWOOD UP).—Actor Prank
Albertson, Mrs. Albertson and 3
month-old Prank, jr„ were visiting at
Palm Springs, 100 miles from their
Hollywood home.
Somebody dropped the baby’s bottle
and the specially prepared diet couldn’t
be duplicated in Palm Springs. So
Albertson hustled up a police escort,
drove to Hollywood and raced back
with a fresh supply.
Colleges and universities In all 48
States today were Invited to send
representative students to a series of
educational conferences with Federal
officials here from March 29 to April 4.
The National Institute of Public Af
fairs issued the invitations for the
week’s “Institute of Government," at
which students would make a personal
investigation of current official ac
tivities. |
Shark Swims 75,000 Miles.
A shark in the aquarium at Sidney,
Australia, has died after swimming
75,000 miles In its tank In three years.
Chipoli Reports 117 Above.
Chipoli, South Africa, could use some
>f the chilly blasts felt in this country
■ecently. It reports that the ther
nometer hanging in the shade on the
ilde of a door at the government of*
Ices registered 117 above the other
day. This is the hottest recorded there
lince readings commenced.
Informal Parties
Given. Yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Chiswell en
tertained at a bullet supper last eve
ning in their apartment at Wardman
Park Hotel, later in the evening show
ing the motion pictures they took on
their recent tour of South America.
Dr. Herbert H. Schoenfeld also showed
the films he made in Santo Domingo
on a recent visit to his brother, the
United States Minister to the Domi
nican Republic, Mr. H. F. Arthur
Mrs. Wintemute William Sloan en
tertained a group of 37 at luncheon
yesterday at the Dodge, the guests
remaining in the afternoon for bridge.
Mrs. Richberg Gives
Lunch Party Today
Mrs. Donald R. Richberg is enter
taining 10 guests for lunch today in
honor of Mrs. Charles Stuart, wife of
the vice president of the Export -
Import Bank. The luncheon is being
held at the Richberg home on Shadow
road in Kenwood, Md.
Mrs. Taylor Heads
Ushers for Concert
Mrs. Wayne Chatfield Taylor, wife
of the newly appointed Assistant
Secretary of the Treasury, will be
in charge of the ushers for the candle
light concert Monday afternoon which
the Washington Chamber Music So
ciety will give.
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