Annapolis Social Notes
Mrs. Walter Anderson Renews Old
Friendships in Naval Colony.
ANNAPOLIS, Md„ February 29.—
Mrs. Walter S. Anderson, wife of
the naval attache of the United States
Embassy In London, spent some time
In Annapolis last week renewing old
friendships. She was the honor guest
at a luncheon given by Mrs. John
F. Shafroth cn the U. S. S. Reina Mer
cedes, where Comdr. Shafroth is sta
Mrs. Shafroth was unable to be
present at the luncheon because of
a sudden call to New York, owing
to the illness of her mother, Mrs.
A. H. Fischer.
Miss Helena Shafroth, daughter of
Comdr. and Mrs. Shafroth, presided
at the luncheon and the guests in
cluded Rear Admiral and Mrs. David
F. Sellers, Mrs. Carryl H. Bryan and
the officers who were formerly on duty
on the U. S. S. West Virgiinla, with
Rear Admiral Anderson and their
wives, among whom were Comdr.
and Mrs. James A. Logan.
Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Heward of
Montreal, Canada, are the guests of
Mrs. Heward's brother-in-law and
sister. Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. J.
Harrison Colhoun, at their home
Westview at West River.
Saturday afternoon, Comdr. and
Mrs. Laurence T. du Bose gave a
cocktail party at their charters on
Upshur road in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Lloyd, jr., of New York.
Besides the guest of honor those
present were Commodore and Mrs.
Edward Lloyd, Comdr. and Mrs. Oscar
C. Badger, Comdr. and Mrs. William
Quigley, Comdr. and Mrs. Andrew C.
Bennett, Comdr. and Mrs. Theodore
T. Patterson, Mr. Forbes Colhoun and
Comdr. William W. Meek.
Mrs. L. Calvin Bertolete, who spent
the past 1(^ days in Annapolis, left
.Friday to be the guest of Mrs. Edgar
Allen Poe, jr„ at her home in the
Green Spring Valley. After visiting
Mrs. Poe Mrs. Bertolete will go to
New York, where she will spend the
remainder of the Winter with her
daughter. Mrs. Allen Lindley, jr„ at
her apartment on Seventy-first street.
; Capt. and Mrs. John Henry Newton
gave a dinner on Wednesday evening
at their home on Bowyer road in
honor of Mrs. Bertolete.
Mrs. Carryl H. Bryan gave a
luncheon on Tuesday at her home
on King George street in honor of
Mrs. Edward H. H. Old. wife of Capt.
Old (M. C ), U. S. N„ who is the guest
Of Mrs. William Jeffers.
Mrs. W. Thomas Kemp gave a
luncheon on Friday at her home on
Franklin street in honor of Mrs. Amon
Bronson, w’ife of Capt. Bronson.
U. S. N., retired. The guests, beside
the guest of honor, were Mrs. David
Foote Sellers, Mrs. Hollis R. Cooley,
Mrs. Charles S. Leiper, Mrs. Frank
B Zahm, Mrs. Charles V. O. Ter
williger, Mrs. Robert Hilliard. Mrs.
Julia Murphy. Mrs. John Bowers, Mrs.
H. Kent Hewitt and Mrs. Ray Spear.
At the large tea given by Mr. and
Mrs. F. Marion Lazenby on Saturday
afternoon at their, home on Taney
avenue those assisting Mr. and Mrs.
Lazenby were Mrs. Allen Westcott,
the Misses Woodward, Mrs. John M.
Green, Mrs. Daniel M. Garrison, Mrs.
Charlas V. O. Terwilllger and Mrs.
Dr. Paul Allen of St. John's College
and Mrs. Allen gave a small bridge
party on Saturday evening at their
home on Murray avenue. The guests
included Miss Louise Kemp, Prof, and
Mrs. Richard Scofield, Mr. and Mrs.
Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jack
son, jr.; Mr. John Smythson and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles V. O. Terwilliger.
Capt. and Mrs. Franklin D. Karns
gave a small dinner on Saturday eve
ning at their home on Maryland ave
nue preceding the dance given at the
Officers' Club at the Naval Academy.
Capt. and Mrs. Karns have had as
their guest during the past week Miss
Annette Morris, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Morris of New York City
and The Trees. Ossining, N. Y. Miss
Morris is now the guest of her brother
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Childers, at the Kennedy-War
ren Apartment in Washington. Miss
Morris has frequently visited in An
napolis during the tour of duty he;e
of her brother-in-law. Lieut. Comdr.
Earle Kincaid, who, with Mrs. Kincaid,
is now in China.
Mrs. E. H. Robertson gave a tea on
Friday afternoon at her home on
Shipwright street. Mrs. George Kees
ter, Mrs. John Green and Mrs. Stand
ley Leith presided at the table and
were assisted by Mrs. Richard W. Dode,
the Misses Ruth Hall, Betty Pease and
the Misses Jean and Camilla Robert
son, daughters of the hostess.
At the tea given by Prof, and Mrs.
Charles Lejper on Thursday after
noon at their home on Acton place, in
honor of Capt. and Mrs. H. Kent
Hewitt, who will shortly leave the
Naval Academy. Mrs. Leiper’s sister,
Mrs. T. W. Friend of Pittsburgh, Pa„
assisted the host and hostess. Those
in the dining room were Mrs. John T.
Bowers, Mrs. W. Thomas Kemp. Mrs.
Alexander M. Tyree, Mrs. John Tyler
and Mrs. Douglas Howard.
Miss Priscilla Stockwell gave two
teas this week—one on Monday and
another on Tuesday afternoon at her
home, Langtarry, at Wardour, in
honor of her aunt, Mrs. Maud M. Neal
of Richmond, Va.
Lieut, and Mrs. John Bowers, Jr„
gave a tea on Friday afternoon at their
home on Hanover street in honor of
Miss Manie M. Graham of Chicago,
who is the guest of Mrs. John Bowers,
sr., at her home oi Charles street.
Mrs. Edward H. H. Old, wife of Capt.
| Old (Medical Corps), who also was on
! duty here, but is now at the Naval
Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y„ is the guest
of Mrs. William Jeffers, wife of Capt.
Jeffers, U. S. N. (Retired), at her home
on Charles street. Saturday Capt. and
Mrs. Jeffers gave a cocktail party in
‘ honor of Mrs. Old.
Social News in
Mr. and Mrs. Horace J. Donnelly, jr„
of Wynnewood Park, Silver Spring,
Md., will entertain a company of 50
this afternoon in their home at a
cocktail party in honor of Mrs. Don
nelly’s sister, Miss Dorothy Mary
Forsberg of Washington, whose mar
riage to Mr. Paul Everett Blocher, also
of Washington, will take place Thurs
day. The wedding will be held at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Forsberg, in Wash
Mrs. John B. Thompson of Mont
gomery Hills, Md., entertained at
luncheon and bridge Tuesday at her
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall B. Van Wag
ner have visiting them at their home j
In Silver Spring. Md., Mrs. Van Wag- !
ner’s sister and < brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert B. Davis, and their
daughter. Miss Frances Davis, of
Mrs. S. J. SOlomon entertained at
luncheon and bridge Friday afternoon
at her home in Seven Oaks Manor,
Mrs. Charles F. Boots entertained at
ft birthday party yesterday afternoon
for her daughter Eleanor, who cele
brated her tenth birthday anniversary.
The guests, most of whom were from
Holton Arms School, were Julia Mar
vin Clark, Esther Magruder, Michael
Galvin, Joshua Dorsey, Harold Cole,
Peggy Lou Umsiger, Laura Davis,
Jjanne Wharton, Betty Warfield, Mac
Richardson and the honor guest’s sis
ter, Jane Boots. Mrs. Boots was as
sisted by Mr. Marcus Richardson and
Mi’s. H. M Cole.
Mrs. Fawn Munroe entertained at
bridge last evening at her home in
Woodside, Md., having as guests Dr.
and Mrs. Clifford E. Waller, Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Buckingham, Miss Mildred
Getty, Mr. Graham Getty, Mrs. Mary
Chapin, Miss Margaret Fox, Mr. Brad
ford Fox, Mrs. W. W. Dudley, Mrs.
Ralph Bubb, Mrs. Jame. E. Bene
dict, jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Childs,
Mr. and Mrs. Rhees Burket and Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald McDonald. Mrs.
Munroe’s daughter, Mis. Florence
Munroe, will return today from Win
chester, Va„ where she has been visit
ing Miss Molly Rinker for the past four
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cissel have visit
ing them Mrs. Rolanda Eyre of High
land, Howard County, Md.
Mrs. W. A. Turton of Silver Spring,
Md., has visiting her her sister, Mrs.
Annie Crockett of Glen Echo, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Rouleau of
Linden, Md., were hosts at dinner and
bridge Wednesday evening at their
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Heim, their
daughter and Mr. Heim's mother, Mrs.
Charles Heim, have returned to their
home in Silver Spring, Md., from a
three-week trip to St. Petersburg, Fla.
Mrs. E. J. Ackerson of North Wood
side, Md.. entertained at luncheon and
bridge Friday at Brooke Farm Tea
Mrs. Joseph Harmon entertained at
bridge Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Townley E. Gamble has re
turned to home in Woodside. Md., from
Tampa, Fla., where she spent the past
five weeks visiting her : unt, Mrs. E. P.
Mrs. George A. Hood entertained at
a bridge party Wednesday evening at
her home in Silver Spring, Md. The
affair was given in celebration of
birthday anniversaries of several of
the guests this month.
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Sligo Park Hills
Mrs. George B. Webster entertained
at a children's party Friday afternoon
in her home for her daughter Shirley
in celebration of her eighth birthday
anniversary. The guests were Frances
Lundquist, Betty Jean F i .ilton, Laura
Mae* Nicholson, Shirley Jane Work
man, Patricia Rader, Etta Marie
Corbin, Ann Hurwitz and Mary Ann
Mrs. Webster also entertained at
bridge Thursday afternoon, when her
guests were Mrs. Frank Marshall, Mrs.
Louis Yost, sr„ of Sligo Park Hills;
Mrs. Hiram Johnson, Mrs. Bernard
Divine, Mrs. H. B. Hendrick, Mrs.
^•ederick W. Buddecke and Mrs.
Charles E. Vantine of Silver Spring.
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Dudley enter
tained ait dinner Wednesday night in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Harvey
of Silver Spring.
Mrs. H. T. Land, who has been in
Richmond and Stanford, N. C., for sev
eral months, has returned to the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth L.
Savee, where she will stay for an in
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Williams, jr„ en
tertained at bridge, followed by supper,
Friday night. The guests were Mr.
and Mrs. G. O. Brock, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Schoenthal of Washington and
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley of Sl’<ro
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaw have re
turned to their former home In
Hyattsville, Md., having lived in Sligo
Park Hills for the last five years.
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Their Weddings of Interest in Local Circles
Mrs. James Willard Pederson, who
before her marriage was Miss Sarah
Elizabeth Burton, daughter of Mrs.
Charles W. Burton. —shefteii Photo.
Mrs. Livingston Lee Johnson, until her
marriage February 21, Miss Anne Elizabeth
Mayo, daughter of Mr. Robert Mayo, jr,
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Mrs. Henrie Edgar John, 'daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Schlesinger,
who fbefore her marriage February 22,
was Miss Marion Isabelle Schlesinger.
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company of men at dinner last
Miss Adlumia Sterrett, debutante
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William D.
Sterrett of Washington, attended a
dinner Friday night in the King Cole
room of the St. Regis by Mrs. R. Clif
ford Black as a surprise celebration of
the birthday anniversary of her
daughter, Miss Judith Black. Others
in the party were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Gast, Miss Sybil King. Miss
Cherry Shaw and Miss Ethel Worth
ington, and Mr. Farish A. Jenkins,
Mr. Robert E. Chapman, Mr. Robert
S. Gast, jr.; Mr. Joel A. H. Webb. Mr.
Francis H. Collins, 2d; Mr. Robert W.
Rogers and Mr. Robert C. Black, 3d.
Mr. and Mrs. William Heany enter
tained at a party last evening in
their new home at 38 Madison street.
There was dancing, and a bullet sup
per was served at midnight in the
The guests included Miss Virginia
Gulick of Savannah. Ga.; Miss Cath
erine Miller of Bethesda, Md.; Mr.
James Birmingham of Cumberland,
Md.; Mr. Robert Hutchinson of Be
thesda. Md.; Mr. and Mrs. James Mc
Callister of Country Club Grove, Va.;
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Brady, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Hardy and Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce Gardner, all of Wash
Mr. and Mrs. Cabot Stevens were
hosts to a small group of friends yes
terday afternoon to meet Senora de
Castillo Najera, wife of the Mexican
Ambassador, and her daughter,
Senorita Erma Castillo Nagera. The
Ambassador was among the guests,
and others in the company were Mrs.
Gilbert H. Grosvenor, Mrs. Cloyd Heck,
Marvin and Mrs. Frederick E. Far
rington. Assisting were Senora de
Alfaro. Mrs. William H. King. Senora
de Prieto, Mrs. Ralph Hallett. Mrs.
Sidney Cloman and Mrs. McPherson
During the afternoon a program of
music was given by Mme. Malda
D’Aulby, Italian soprano, who was ac
companied by Miss Orivelli and Mrs.
Thomas Burke, brilliant Mexican
Mrs. Cooper C. Lightbourne and
Miss Mary Jane Lightbourne of Wash
ington were guests of Mrs. Anne
Moore at luncheon Friday in the King
Cole room of the St. Regis.
Mrs. Joseph H. Moore was hostess
Wednesday in her home at 313 Adams
street northeast, when she gave a sur
prise birthday anniversary party for
Mrs. Julius Theodore Becker. Other
guests included Mrs. Lena Sebastian.
Mrs. Jessie Miller, Mrs. Alice Hall and
Mrs. Paul Smith.
Mr. Earl C. Hackworth, sophomore
at Harvard Law School, spent the
week end with his family in Chevy
Napoleon’s Telescope Sold.
Napoleon’s telescope, used when he
was a captive at St. Helena, was sold
recently in London for $155.
Of Personal Note
Miss Goldenberg Engaged to Wed Mr.
Michaelis in Spring.
Dr. and Mrs. Carl Goldenberg of
the Argonne announce the engage
ment of their niece. Miss Gretel
Goldenberg. to Mr. Ivan Michaelis,
both of this city.
Miss Estelle Nordlinger left for New
York Friday, to be gone over the week
end. She was joined by her sister,
Mrs. Harry Heilbrun, of Mount Ver
non. N. Y.
Mrs. Harry Greenbaum of Balti
more is spending the week end with
her daughter, Mrs. Isaac Goldenberg
of the Broadmoor.
The marriage of Miss Beulah Hess,
daughter of Mr. Nisan Hess, and Mr.
Earl Silverman, son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Louts J. Silverman of this ;
city, took place Wednesday. February
26 at noon in the home of the Rev. j
Dr. Abram Simon, who performed
the ceremony. The bride more a
navy blue triple sheer ensemble, with
hat an accesorles to match, and a !
corsage bouquet of orchids and Ullies
of the valley. Later In the afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Silverman left for a
two weeks’ motor trip to Florida, and
upon their return will make their
home at 1500 Monroe street northwest, i
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard B. Schloss
were hosts at dinner Friday night in
their apartment in Albans Towers,
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Mueller of Indianapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Oppenheimer are
back in their Chevy Chase home
from a fotir weeks stay in Florida.
Miss Helen Brylawski who is visit
ing in New Orleans for two weeks
and attending the Mardi Gras will
spend several days in Houston, Texas
with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Weil before returning home.
Mrs. Selina Ullman is spending a
week in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Nadlsch,
who were recently married, have re
turned from their wedding trip to
Miami Beach and are making their
home at The Westchester.
Miss Leah Neiman is spending the
week in Baltimore with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neiman.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hess were
week end guests in New York, of the
latter's sisters, Mrs. Nathan Kahn and
Mrs. Louis Collisher,
Mrs. Isaac Greenbaum Is in New
York in the home o' her son and
daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Greenbaum, while they are in Florida.
Mr. Joseph Sanders and his sister,
Mrs. Anita Baumgarten, returned
Tuesday from a six-weeks’ trip to
Palestine and Egypt.
Mrs. Milton Nathan was the guest
of honor at a luncheon yesterday at
the Shoreham given by a large group
of friends. Bridge followed.
A very beautiful program of Biblical
tableaux will be given by the members
of the Sisterhood of the Washington
Hebrew Congregation tomorrow after
noon at 2:15 o’clock in the vestry
rooms of the Temple. The tableaux
will dramatically portray “Women of
the Bible” and will be accompanied
by appropriate singing and dancing.
Mrs. Frederick Pelzman will preside
and Mrs. Selma Bellinger Kline will
be the directress. After an opening
prayer by Mrs. Leonard Schloss, Dr.
Abram Simon will give the prologue
to the pictures which will be portrayed
by Mrs. LeRoy King, Ruth Hoberger,
Miss Marie C. Deal, Gertrude Baer,
Miss Mabel Flehr, Mrs. Martin Men
delsohn. Mrs. Simon Richberg and
young Sylvan Stein. Mr. Louis At
water, organist, will accompany the
living pictures. A report of the nomi
nating committee wi" be given by
Mrs. Abel Saks and the tea and social
hour will immediately follow. Mrs.
Abram Simon is chairman of the pro
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mundheim,
who were guests of theii son-in-law
and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. Nor
man Gerstenfeld in Chevy Chase and
in whose honor they entertained at
a tea last Sunday, have returned to
their home in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacol Mueller, the
latter formerly Mrs. Pauline M. Meyer
of this city, are spending the week
end at the Shoreham after a cruise
to Nassau, where they went on their
wedding trip. They are en route to
their home in Indianapolis, Ind.
Miss Rhoda Lichtman was the
guest of honor at a shower Tuesday
night in the home of Miss Doris
Hahberger. Refreshments were served
by members of Sigma Omega Pi
Sorority. Her maraige to Mr. Robert
Baum of this city will take place this
Mrs. Sidney H. Reizenstein with her
daughter, Mary Ann, and the former’s
mother, Mrs. Gutman, left yesterday
for Hollywood Beach. Fla., to spend
several weeks at the Hollywood Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney C. Kaufman,
Mrs. Samuel J. Steinberger and Mrs.
Howard Sigmund are motoring home
from Miami Beach the early part of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldenberg
who have been at Miami Beach for
four weeks are returning today to
their home on Twenthy-seventh
Mrs. Pauline Letterman is accom
panying her daughter, Mrs. Samuel
Kaufman, to her home in Chicago
today, where she will be her guest
for some time. Mrs. Kaufman has
been visiting her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Levi, for
Miss Lillian Colodny of Burlington,
Vt. is visiting her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Miser of
The marriage of Miss Carlyn R.
Schiff to Mr. Alfred D. Weinberg
took place Thursday, February 20, In
the home of the bride’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Schiff. in Baltimore.
After an extended trip to Nassau,
Mr. and Mrs. Weinberg will make their
home in New York. The bride is well
known in Washington, where she has
Mrs. Harry Dandson entertained at
a tea Wednesday in her home at 4701
Connecticut avenue in honor of Mrs.
Isaac W. Katz, who has come from
Baltimore with Mr. Katz -to make
their home in Washington. The hos
tess was assisted by Mrs. Stanley
Katz of Baltimore and Mrs. Henry
Louis of this city. The beautifully
appointed tea table, w'hlch had an at
tractive centerpiece of Spring flowers,
was presided over by Mrs. Henry
1 Colman, Mrs. Gus Louis, Mrs. Ivan
Tashof and Mrs. Raphael Turover.
Mr. and Mrs. Katz have taken an
apartment in Fulton Courts.
Mrs. Charles Picard was hostess
Saturday, February 22. at a George
Washington party celebrating her
birthday, at a luncheon at Harvey's.
Cards followed. Mrs. Picard was pre
| sented with a beautiful gift from the
A dinner and dance will be given
’ at the Mayflower Hotel Tuesday night j
at 8 o'clock by the Amity Club. Mr.
Alvin Newmyer will be toastmaster,
and during the evening there will
be Installation of officers. The affair
is an annual outstanding one and a
large number of guests will be present, j
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Barnett re- j
! turned Tuesday from an 8 days'
cruise to South America.
Mrs. Cecil Kaufmann is in Detroit;
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gingold, I
the latter a sister of Mr. Kaufmann.
Mrs. Eugene A. Katz and her
daughter. Miss Marguerite Katz, of
Chicago arrived in the Capital Wed
nesday to spend a few days with her
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
Mrs. Melville B. Fischer before sail
ing Wednesday on the Kingsholm.
Mrs. Fischer will accompany them on
Mrs. Emory L. Bowie, who has been
visiting her mother. Mrs. Hattie Levy, j
has returned to her home at Iron
Mr. Maurice Kohner of Pittsburgh
is the guest of his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Max Kohner in apartment in
the Argonne for a few days. Mrs.
Maurice Kohner and her two small
daughters. Constance and Josephine,
are visiting Mrs. Kohner's mother
and brother, Mrs. J. L. Ezekiel and
Lieut. Raphael Ezekiel. U. S. A., in
the Panama Canal Zone for two
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Marks, jr., are
visiting the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Marks, at Wardman Park
Whale on Hook and Line.
While fishing for cod near Ferry
den, Scotland, Ross Perl landed a 14
foot whale with hook and line.
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Interesting News at
Fort George G. Meade
PORT GEORGE G. MEADE. Md.,
February 29.—Several orders were
Issued during the week and, added to
those already out, are Indicative of the
many changes due to take place here
among the officer personnel of the poet
before the end of many months. Capt.
Harold E. Stow, who Is at present with
the 14th Infantry at Fort Davis, Canal
Zone, and Maj. Benjamin G. Ferris,
who is now at Fort Humphreys, have
both received orders for Fort Meade.
Capt. Rupert D. Graves spent last
week end at Governors Island, N. Y.,
where he visited Mrs. Graves’ parents,
Coi. and Mrs. Alvin Voris. Mrs.
Graves, who has been the guest of
her parents since early in November,
and her little daughter Helen ,are re
turning to the post today. Capt.
Graves is taking the chemical war
fare course at Edgewood Arsenal and
will return to the post for duty in
Lieut. John H. Stokes, Field Artil
lery Reserve, who has been ill at the
post hospital, was transferred during
the week to Walter Reed Hospital in
Washington, where he is now receiving
Lieut. Dorsey H. Cullen of the Cav
alry Reserves, on duty at Fort Meade
with the Civilian Conservation Corps,
and Mrs. Cullen, who reside in Laurel,
spent last week end in Philadelphia,
where they attended the wedding of
Mrs. Cullen’s brother, Mr. Frank
Kearney, to Miss Helen Manning.
Lieut, and Mrs. Robert H. Chard
and their young daughter Virginia
motored to Norfolk, Va., last week,
where they spent the week end with
Mrs. Chard's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Dey, Jr.
Miss Cecil Marrack, who with her
mother, Mrs. Cecil Marrack of Palo
Alta, Pa„ are visitors on the post at
present, had as guest for several days
last week end Mr. Edward Latham of
New York City.
Word has been received on the post
that Col. Edmund C. Waddill, who
with Mrs. Waddill and the latter's
daughter. Miss Ida May Esmond, were
popular members of post society pre
vious to their present station, is to
retire from active service today. The
Waddills are at present in San Fran
cisco at the Presidio.
Lieut. Cpl. Henry D. P. Munnik
huysen, who has been on leave in
Florida for the past three weeks,"
where Mrs. Munnikhuysen is resting
after a recent serious illness, is ex
pected to return to the post today.
Mrs. Munnikhuysen will remain in
the South for a while longer with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand
Heim of Kansas City, who are also
sojourning in Florida for several
Mrs. Loren A. Wetherby, wife of
Maj. Wetherby, is spending several
days over the week end in Cienna,
Va., where she is visiting her father.
Dr. W. P. Shamhart, and her sister,
Mrs. O. K. Carswell.
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States Legation in Tirana. Albania,
where he was third secretary, to
Col. and Mrs. Morris Ernest Locke
have returned to their Washington
home from a several weeks’ stay at
Sea Island, Ga.
Lieut, and Mrs. Horace G. Trainer
and young son of Portsmouth, N. H.,
are guests of Mrs. Trainer's parents,,
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Shibley of
1848 Biltmore street, for a week.
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Mme. Perazic. are spending several
days In New York.
The Minister of Egypt, Mr. Mo
hamed Amine Youssef, will entertain
at dinner Tuesday evening in honor
of his house guest, Mr. nazih Massad,
who is connected with A1 Mokatan,
one of the leading newspapers in
Egypt. Mr. Massad, who spent several
days of last -week with the Minister,
went to New York yesterday for the
week end, but will return to the
The charge d’affaires of Poland, Mr.
Wladyslaw Sokolowski. will leave to
night for a 10 days’ trip to Chicago
Mme. Boncesco, wife of the financial
secretary of the Rumanian Legation,
will leave the early part of the week
for Mexico. She will spend a week
in New Orleans and will be the guest
in Mexico of the counselor of the
Rumanian Legation and Mme. Flo
rescu, who spent some time In Wash
lngton. where the former was coun
selor of the legation here. The Ru
manian Legation in Mexico City is
a newly created post, which was estab
lished a few months ago by Mr. M. D.
Draghlcesco, who visited in the Capital
Mrs. McMillin Honor
Guest at Luncheon
Mrs. Lucile Poster McMillin will be
the honor guest tomorrow at the
luncheon at the Woman's National
Democratic Club. Mrs. McMillin, who
is a member of the Civil Service Com
mission, will discuss that function of
the Government. As wife of the
Governor of Tennessee, who later be
came the United States Ambassador
to Peru, Mrs. McMillin has always
taken an active interest in govern
ment. She will be introduced at the
luncheon by Mrs. Elbert D. Thomas,
wife of the Senator from Utah.
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