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McFarlines Are Hosts
At Chevy Chase Parties
Los Angeles Couple Guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. S. Holland—Other Social News
of the Week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred 8. McFarline
were hosts at a dinner party followed
by bridge Wednesday evening. The
guests were Col. Fred W. Franke and
Mrs. Franke, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
SFUrmer, Mr. and Mrs. John Upp, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert L. Jama gin, Mr. and
Mrs. Henderson Sweet and Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Widmayer.
Mrs. McFarline entertained at a
luncheon and bridge party Friday.
The guests were Mrs. Henry W. Long
fellow, Mrs. William Martin, Mrs.
‘Harry Hill, Mrs. M. Luzey, Mrs. Cath
>rine Callan, Mrs. Ralph Ingram, Mrs.
•Edward Widmayer, Mrs. Harry Seydel,
-Mrs. Robert Jarnagin, Mrs. Edwin
•Dutton and.Mrs. Fred Franke.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Holland,
.Jr., of Los Angeles, Calif., are the
.house guests of Mr. Holland’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Holland.
Barbara Hance and Patricia Hance,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. James
Hance, left Tuesday for Miami, Fla.,
where they will be the guests for sev
eral months of their grandmother,
Mrs. Howard.
Mrs. Henry De Coursey Adams en
tertained a company of 12 at a supper
and bridge party Wednesday evening.
Dr. and Mrs. Cyrus Whitney Culver
and their sons are now located in
their new home, 3781 Oliver street,
Chevy Chase, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McLachlen
have returned to their home after
spending a -month in Miami, Fla.
j. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Earll left Sat
urday, February 22, for Miami, Fla.,
jtfhere they are spending two weeks.
Mrs. Fred Tew entertained at a
dinner party followed by bridge Tues
day evening at the Kenwood Club.
The guests were Mrs. Nathan Wallack,
Miss Grace Chandlee, Miss Isabelle
■ Collins, Mrs. Charles Cole, Mrs. Wil
liam Imlay, Mrs. John Northrop, Mrs.
Tjohn Cradeltn, Mrs. Charles Detmer,
Mrs. S. E. Colman, Mrs. E. C. Graham,
Mrs. W. Wilson, Mrs. Robert Cheat
ham, Mrs. Andrew Foggo. Miss Rose
mary Wright and Mrs. George Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. D’Espard were
hosts at a dinner party Thursday eve
ning at the University Club. Covers
were laid for 10.
Mr. and Mrs. John Faunfelter of
Bangor, Pa., are the house guests for
jseveral days of Mr. and Mrs. Luther
F. Speer en route to their home from
Florida.
Mrs. Leonard and Mrs. Burrows
Entertain at Luncheon at Country Club
Mrs. J. J. Leonard and Mrs. J. D.
Burrows were point hostesses at
luncheon and bridge Tuesday at the
Kenwood Country Club. The guests
limbered 20.
Miss Anita Clark has returned to
her home after spending several days
Annapolis. Md.
‘Mrs. s. Darling of Charlottesville,
■Va„ is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wll
'liam D. Wrightson.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Tew were
hosts at an attractive dinner party
Friday evening. The guests were Mr.
and Mrs Christian Heritage, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Gawler, Mrs. Susan Bur
gess and Miss Ethel Prince.
Mrs. Sanford Bates entertained a
company of eight at luncheon Wed
nesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Pollard will
entertain at a dinner today for Mr.
and Mrs. George Hulflsh of Havre,
Mont., and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A.
Hulflsh and Miss Barbara Hulflsh.
Mrs. Howard M. Bolinger enter
tained a company of 12 at luncheon
and bridge Wednesday.
Mrs. James Craig Peacock enter
tained at a lunch party Thursday in
compliment to Mrs. Harlee Branch
and Mrs. Frank McCormick of At
lanta, Ga. The guests numbered 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Peacock were hosts at
dinner and bridge last evening in
•their home.
Mrs. Carl Tiiman will entertain a
•company of 12 at luncheon and bridge
tomorrow.
i Mrs. J. Robert Bryant, jr., enter
tained at an attractive luncheon Fri
day in honor of Mrs. John Pearson of
Stosedale. Miss., and Mrs. J. H. Kno
block o f Iowa. The guests included
Mrs. Erwin Keeier, Mrs. aen rrosi,
Mrs. Marc O. Philips, Mrs. Vernon
Hollman and Mrs. Herod Pearsons.
Mrs. Carl P. Stuhler left Tuesday
for Waterloo, Iowa, where she was
called on account of the sudden ill
ness of her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Miller re
turned Saturday to their home after
spending six weeks in Miami, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Rhea and
Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Holton of Nor
wood, Mass., were the week end
guests of Mr. Holton’s brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
W. Holton, en route to St. Petersburg,
Fla., where they will spend the re
mainder of the season.
Mrs. Marc O. Phillips entertained at
a luncheon party Wednesday in com
pliment to Mrs. John Pearson of Rose
dale. Miss. The guests numbered nine.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips have as their
week end guest Mrs. Frank Harrell
of Baltimore, Md.
Mrs. Heber H. Rice entertained at
luncheon followed by bridge yesterday.
The guests were Mrs. Marvin Rexrode,
Mrs. Joseph Shepherd, Mrs. Charles F.
Miller. Mrs. James A. Maloney. Mrs.
Ashland Colton, Mrs. Lacy McClaskey
and Mrs. Ralph Potter.
Mts. Thomas E. Robertson has re
turned to her home after being the
guest of her mother in Harpers Ferry,
W. Va.
Father Hubbard Talk
For Jesuit Benefit
Father Bernard P. Hubbard, S. J„
will lecture tomorrow for the benefit
of the Jesuit seminaries. The lecture,
which is sponsored by the Guild of
Jesuit Mothers, will be on the “Frozen
Wonders of the Ice Age.” Father
Hubbard has been touring this coun
try and Canada showing his remark
able pictures and will go to Rome In
July, to show them at the Vatican.
The lecture tomorrow will be Father
Hubbard's only appearance In Wash
ington.
Patrons and patronesses for the
lecture include the Most Rev. Michael
J. Curly, the Most Rev. John M. Mc
Namara, the Right Rev. Patrick J.
McCormick, Msgr. Eugene J. Con
nelly, the Very Rev. Leonard F.
Walsh, the Very Rev. Arthur A.
O’Leary, the Very Rev. Joseph A.
Murphy, the Rev. Francis X. Byrnes,
the Rev. Francis E. Keenan, the Rev.
John H. Fisher, the Rev. Henri J.
Welsel, the Rev. Joseph A. McEneany,
Miss Lillian Acker, Mrs. Paul Henry
Bastedo. Mrs. Victor Baughmann. Mrs.
Mary Jane Becker, William A. Bran
nan, Mrs. A. L. Brew, Mrs. Margaret
Teresa Brosnan, John A. Dore, Mrs.
Katherine M. Downey, the Misses Far
rington. the Misses Fennell, Mrs.
James E. Fitzgerald, Miss Mary M.
Fuller, Mrs. Mary C. Gulney, Mrs.
James Harley. Mrs. D. A. Herllhy, Mrs.
J. B. Horigan, Mrs. David Horan. O.
H. P. Johnson. Mrs. P. M. Kennedy,
Mrs. James J. Kilroy, the Misses Mat
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Mr. and Mrs. Rock Mlchalowicz,
Miss Margaret A. McAllister, Mr. and
Mrs. Michael McDermott, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas J. McGrath, Mrs. T. V. Mc
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William Neuland, Mr. and Mrs. Ber
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Miss Mary E. Rtordan, the Misses
Ruppert, Mrs. D. E. Spangler, Miss
Katherine A. Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs.
William F. Yates, Mrs. J. E. Powell,
Mrs. M. A. Nee and Mr. O. H. P. John
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Back From Wedding Trip
MRS. ALBERT J. KIMMEL,
Daughter of Mrs. James Dean Stevens and the late Mr. Stevens,
who with Mr. Kimmel has returned to the Capital and is now
at home at Madison Terrace. —underwood a underwood Photo.
Students' Society
Plans Annual Ball
Members of the diplomatic corps
and other prominent Washington
residents have been Invited to the
annual f*ball of the International
Students Society, to be held March
13 at the Mayflower Hotel.
The ball Is primarily being spon
sored to carry on the social and cul
tural work of the International Stu
dents Society of George Washington
University. These cultural programs
are put on at intervals throughout
the school year and have proved very
popular, both with the student body
and friends of the society.
Invitations may be procured at
Prof. Deibert's office in the Inter
national House, Twenty-first and G
streets northwest and any before 6
o'clock in the evening.
Concert Today to
Be Well Attended
Large groups of music lovers from
Baltimore and from Richmond will
be in the audience at Constitution
Hall this afternoon when Hans
Kindler, conductor, and the National
8ymphony Orchestra will present the
works of four American composers of
today.
The Baltimore party will be here
for the premiere of “Southern Nights,"
a symphonic poem by Franz Bora
scheln, widely-known composer-vio
linist of that city. The Richmond
group will come for the first presents- I
tion in Washington of “Green Wil
lows" from "A Set of Three,” by
John Powell, Virginia's most noted
musician.
In addition to these composers,
those whose works appear on the
program are Edward Potter of Wash
ington and Bernard Wagenaar of New
York.
Sylvia Lent, violinist, who formerly
lived in Washington, is soloist with
the orchestra today, and scores of her
friends in the Capital have taken |
seats to welcome her back for this
event. Miss Lent, who last Spring
married Mr. Alfred V. Frankenstein,
music critic of the San Francisco,
Calif., Chronicle, now resides in that
city.
The board of directors of the
National 8ymphony Orchestra Asso
ciation are inviting all members of
the association to a reception im
mediately following the Thursday
afternoon concert this week. Egon
Petri, distinguished Dutch pianist,
will be soloist at that concert and will
be a guest of honor at the affair,
which will be held at the "193$ F
Street” Club.
Mme. DeWith, wife of the Minister
from Holland, will occupy a box at
the concert which features the appear
ance of her countryman.
Congressional Ladies
Plan Tea March 10
A group of congressional ladies liv
ing at the Roosevelt Hotel are giving
a tea March 10 from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Mrs. Edward T. Taylor is chairman.

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Plans Under Way for
Convention Lunche^
The sisterhoods of the Adas Israel
and the B’nal Israel Synagogues are
making plans for the luncheon and
reception to be given during the con
vention of the United Synagogues of
America, which will take place March
15. 15 and 17, at the Willard Hotel.
A meeting wae held Monday. Feb
ruary 21, at the Willard Hotel, pre
sided over by Mrs. Morris Qewlrs, and
attended by Mrs. Joseph Kaminsky,
president of the Adas Israel Sister
hood; Mrs. Samuel Benjamin, presi
dent of the B’nal Israel Sisterhood,
and by outstanding workers of both
sisterhoods.
The following committees were ap
pointed: Reception Committee, Mrs.
Morris Qewlrs, chairman; Mrs.
Charles Basseches and Mrs. Louis
Eallersteln, co-chairmen. Local Rep
resentation Committee for United Syn
agogues of America, Mrs. Qeorge W.
Levy and Mrs. Samuel Benjamin, co
chairmen. Publicity Committee. Mrs.
Leon A. Tashof and Mrs. L. I. Asrael,
co-chairmen. Information Committee,
Mrs. Morris Blldman, Mrs. Harry
Ostrov. Mrs. Charles Miller, and Mrs.
Max Wolfman. Luncheon Ticket Com
mittee, Mrs. Hyman Garflnkle, Mrs.
Maxwell Ostrow, Mrs. Samuel Benja
min, Mrs. John Krupsaw. Oneg Sha
bat Committee, Mrs. Oxenberg, Mrs.
Leo Gamer and Mrs. S. Kluft. Tele
phone Committee, Mrs. Edward Apple
baum and Mrs. L. I. Asrael. Friday
Night Hospitality Committee, Mrs.
Weiss, Mrs. H. Mullte, Mrs. Paul. Mrs.
Tempkin, Mrs. 8. Kluft and Mrs.
Cohen.
“Uncle Tom’s Cabin”
To Open Tomorrow
For the first time in a number of
years Washingtonians will have op
portunity to witness a presentation
in dramatic form of Harriet Beecher
Stowe’s famous story, ‘‘Uncle Tom’s
Cabin.” which will be played in the
tiny King 8mith Studio Playhouse for
four nights and a matinee. The first
performance will be tomorrow eve
ning; the next Tuesday night; then
Friday and Saturday nights, and mat
inee Saturday afternoon.
A quaint feature of the children's
matinee will be that boys and girls
In the children’s music, dance and
drama classes of the King Smith
School will be the young patrons of
the play; and that theater parties
will be given by youthful hosts and
hostesses with their mothers as
chaperones, among the chaperones
being Mrs. Walter G. Distler, Mrs. Jay
Johnson, Mrs. Leon Frost, Mrs. J. B.
W. Wollner, Mrs. Rose R. Cohen and
Mrs. S. S. Lodge.
Friday will be “students’ night’’ and
many parties will be given by young
people from the private schools, art
schools, drama schools, and the drama
groups of the Capital City, interested
in this adventure into creative drama,
written, produced and played by
drama students of the King Smith
Studio School.
Out-of-town guests tomorrow will
include Lieut, and Mrs. Howard Doug
las Mackintoch of Annapolis. Other
guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Olney, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Waller, Mrs.
E. M. Lucas, Mrs. Donald H. Llnard,
Miss Dorothy Keene, Miss Marianna
von Allesch and Dr. Hans Klndler, all
of Washington.
Last-minute reservations may be
made tomorow night at the King
Smith Playhouse, lust to the south of
the Hotel Shorehan..
Out-of-Town Guests
To Attend “Frantics”
Dinner parties and supper parties
will be given by many guests, who
are coming to the city this week to
attend the annual Chevy Chase
Frantics performance of “Who’s
Loony Now?” at Wardman Park
Theater Wednesday. The Frantics
are written each Winter by Mrs.
Frederic E. Farrington and are pre
sented by the students’ organizations
of Chevy Chase 8chool, known as the
Olee Club and the Mummers.
Mr. McCall Lanham of New York
will entertain follpwlng the play Wed
nesday. Others who will come from
out of town are Mr. and Mrs. Frank
lin Davis of Fairmont, W. Va.; Mrs.
Marian Chappell of New London,
Conn.; Mrs. Orlando Crease of Phila
delphia, Mrs. Andrew F. Luts of Rox
burgh, N. Y, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles L. Preston of Scarsdale, N. Y.
Many well-known Washingtonians
will attend the play, among those hav
ing reservations being Senator and
Mrs. Alva Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Atwood, Dr. and Mrs. Philip Milo Ball,
Dr. and Mrs. William C. Borden, Dr.
and Mrs. Frederic V. Coville, Dr. and
Mrs. W. K. Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Her
man Oasch, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph'
Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. William Hillyer,
Mr. and Mrs. Felian Garsia, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Harlett, Mr. and Mrs. F.
M. Goodwin, Dr. and Mrs. Lyman B.
Swormstedt, Dr. Charles Moore, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Sleman, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Sanford and Miss Betty
Sanford, Mr. Thomas W. Sidwell, Dr.
and Mrs. Albert Muhse, Miss Louise
Newell, Mrs. Oeorge Meier, Mrs. Ed
win James, Mrs. Dale Snyder, Mrs.
John Wiley. Mrs. George Sharpe,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wiegand, Miss
Frances Alexander and Miss Alice
James.
Reservations may be made for the
Frantics performance from Miss Dor
othy Roberta at the Chevy Chase
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