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Secretary and Mrs. Dern
Will Entertain Thursday
In Their Home Highwood
Chinese Ambassador Ranking Guest at Func
tion of Cabinet Member—Other
THE Secretary of War and Mrs. |
George H. Dern will entertain i
at dinner Thursday evening in |
their home. Hlghwood, on
Stephenson place. The ranking guest
Will be the Chinese Minister, Mr. Lao
Ke Alfred Sze.
Comdr. and Mrs. Smith Hempstone
entertained at dinner last evening in
their home, Restmere, at Newport,
where the former is on duty at the
Naval War College. Comdr. and Mrs.
Hempstone last year were in Wash
ington, where they both have many
iriends. Mrs. Hempstone as Miss
Elizabeth Noyes, daughter of Mr.
Theodore W. Noyes and the late Mrs.
Noyes, made her debut here, and her
daughter, Miss Elizabeth Thompson,
was presented two years ago.
Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. Thorvald A.
Eolberg will entertain a small com
pany at dinner tomorrow evening.
Capt, Halford Greenlee, U. S. N„
has returned to Portsmouth, N. H„
where he is acting commandant,
after spending several days last week
with Comdr. and Mrs. Solberg. Capt.
Greenlee has been acting commandant
P. Snyder was transferred to sea duty.
P. Snyder was transferred to sea duyt.
Capt. Greenlee will continue as act
ing commandant until Rear Admiral
Silas Cole arrives in June to take
Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. Lewis P.
Clephane have sold their Washington
residence and left today for Florida,
where they will make their future
home in Miami.
Col. and Mrs. Henry T. Burgtn gave
a buffet supper in their apartment
at the Shoreham last evening in
honor of Mrs. Burgin's sister, Mrs.
Richard Derby, Jr., of Tacoma, Wash.,
who Is their guest at the hotel.
Junior Republican
Women Plan Lunch
Much interest is being shown by
the young Republican women in the
luncheon to be given tomorrow' in
honor of Miss Dolly Madison of New
Jersey, who is vice president of the
National Young Republican organiza
tion. The luncheon is sponsored by j
the Junior Republican Women's Club
find will be held at the headquarters, !
Sixteenth street and Scott Circle. Miss j
Madison will address the club on the j
.Subject, "What Your Club Can Do to j
Elect a Republican President." Mrs. J
Edward E Colladay, junior president, j
twill preside. Miss Betty West is in j
charge of reservations.
: Among those who will attend are I
Mrs. Amy Blake. Mrs. Edward E. Col- j
jaday, Miss Evelyn Chase, Mrs. Waldo }
Clark and guest. Mrs. Frank Y. Pol
lard; Miss Jane Culbertson, Miss Alice ;
Mary Dodd, Mrs. H. Gordon Edmunds, \
Mrs. George Evenson. Mrs. Douglass
Hatch, Miss Kathryn Hawley, Mrs. i
Bishop Hill. Mrs. Rollin Hunter and
guests. Mrs. Karl Corley and Mrs. I
.Everett Flood: Mrs. Robert Larsen, j
Mrs. Elmer Leatherwood. Mrs. Thomas
P. Littlepage. jr., and guests, Mrs.
William A. Porter and Mrs. Ralph
Walker; Mrs. William C. Looker, jr.:
Mrs. William Mondell. Mrs. Edmund
Parry, jr., whose guests will be Mrs.
Palph McEldenny, Miss Hellen Bland,
Miss Claire Elizabeth Lynch. Mrs.
Warwick Keegin and Mrs. Eugene I
Meachem; Mrs. Cooper B. Rhodes, I
Mrs. Samuel Scribner, jr.; Miss Dor- j
ethy Tirrell. Miss Betty West, Mrs. j
Emery A. Wheeler and Miss Mary
Virginia Williams.
Mrs. Brown to Give
Garden Lecture
The patronesses for the garden lec- j
'ture which will be given by Mrs. Bar- '
bara Trigg Brown at the Woiflan's
National Democratic Club tomorrow
will be Mrs. Joseph T. Robinson, Mrs.
_ J. Harry Covington, Mrs. George T. 1
Marye, Mrs. Stanley Reed and Mrs. ,
- Wayne Chatfield Taylor.
_ Mrs. Brown will speak on the his- !
toric gardens of Virginia and illus- ;
trate with unusual slides prepared for
the Virginia Garden Club. The talk
. will be given both afternoon and eve
I King, and serving as ushers at the
^lectures will be Miss Rose Walker j
;:Page, Miss Betsy Dern, Miss Peyton!
'.Hawes, Miss Elizabeth Adams, Miss !
Ann Thompson, Miss Laura Bell
Wyatt, Mrs. Stephan L. Upson, Miss
Catherine Harrison. Miss Dudley Har
mon. Miss Patsy Ridsdale. Miss Alice
Clark and Mrs. William Snow.
White House Aide and
His Bride at Resort
Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. Grayson B.
Carter, the latter, wrho before her mar
*>. riage in Washington Saturday, was
; Mrs. Ruth Laughton Smith, daughter
of Mr. Henry Hunter Laughton, are at
the Homestead at Hot Springs, where
they went after the ceremony. Comdr.
Carter has been serving as naval aide
at the White House through the
Miss Rosanna Smith
Marriage Announced
Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Sheplar Ward
FitzGerald of Somerset, Md., announce
the marriage of their niece, Miss|
Rosanna Emily Smith, to Mr. John
William Sanderson, 2d, of Dallas.
Tex. The bride is the daughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs. George Llnville
Smith and the bridegroom is the son
of Col. and Mrs. Charles R. Sander
son of Rosemont, Pa.
The wedding took place Wednesday,
March 4. in St. Matthew's Church,
with Msgr. Edward F. Buckey, pas
tor of the church, officiating.
The bride, who was given in mar
riage by her uncle, Col, FitzGerald,
wore an afternoon dress of brown
georgette and a iwt of the same color
with a short face veil. She carried
no bouquet, but she wore a large
corsage of white orchids.
Miss Belle Smith, a sister of the
bride, was the maid of honor. Her
costume was of gray georgette and
she wore a blue hat and matching
accessories. Her flowers were a
corsage of gardenias.
Mrs. Richard Sanderson of Rose
mont, Pa., a brother of the bridegroom,
acted as best man.
Immediately after the ceremony a
wedding breakfast was held in the
pan-American room of the Mayflower
Hotel, which was attended by only
the members of the wedding party.
Later in the day Mr. and Mrs. San
derson left for Dallas, Tex., where
they will make their home.
The bride traveled in a dark brown
ensemble with a beige coat trimmed
with leopard skin and she wore a
small hat of the same shade as the

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Diplomat Returns
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lin and their daughter, Miss Gertrude
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in Washington after an absence of
several weeks spent in the South.
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Sails Saturday for Argentina (
Who irith the former Minister of Paraguay left Washington to
day at noon for New York, preparatory to sailing Saturday for '
Argentina, where they will spend some time. The diplomat and
his attractive wife will he greatly missed in the Capital, where
they have made a host of friends. H»rri*-K*in* Photo, j
Miss Savage Married
To Mr. Loughborough
A wedding of interest to Fairfax
County is that of Miss Gertrude Lena
mae Savage, daughter of Mr. Fred
erick A. Savage, to Mr. Randolph Me-.
Gill Loughborough, son of the late
Augustus and Minna Carter Lough
borough, which took place Friday in
Truro Episcopal Church. Fairfax, Va.
The ceremony, which was performed
by the Rev. Herbert A. Donovan, rec
tor of the church, was witnessed by
only a few intimate friends, among
whom were Mr. Allen Savage, brother
of the bride: Mrs. Roger Copeland and
Mr. Jacques Pfalzgraf.
The bride has been making her
home in Fairfax with Mr. Pfalzgraf
and his daughters for the past tw o J
years. She is a graduate of the State |
Teachers' College in Fredericksburg, i
Immediately following the cere- j
mony Mr. and Mrs. Loughborough left'
for a wedding trip, and upon their re- j
turn to Fairfax they will make their j
home on Cedar avenue.
Jewish Women I
To Meet Tomorrow ;
The next meeting of the Washing- 1
ton section of the National Council of
Jewish Women will be held tomorrow
afternoon, at 2:30 o’clock, at the Jew
ish Community Center.
Chief speaker of the afternoon will
be Mr. Herbert L. Willett, jr., director
of the Community Chest, who will talk '
on the relationship of the Community
Chest with the Council of Social
Agencies, in carrying out the private j
welfare program for Washington.
The guest of honor for the after- j
noon will be Mrs. Henry Grattan
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Social News
In the City
Mr. and Mrs. Garrett
Back in Capital.
Others Here.
Mr. and Mrs. George Angus Garrett,
who have been at the Rita Tower.
New York City, for several days, have
returned to their home on New Hamp
shire avenue.
Mrs. J. Borden Harriman has gone
to New York and is spending a few
days at the Warwick.
Mrs. Warren Delano Robbins left
today for New York.
Mrs. W. Forbes Morgan returned
to Washington today from a trip to
Miami and Nassau.
Mrs. David Lawrence has gone to
Bermuda, where she is spending a
fortnight at the Princess.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gee have re
turned to Washington from Chicago
and are now established in their
apartment at the Wardman Park
Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Bilhuber of May
wood, N. J., are stopping at the Dodge,
while in Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McGrath, who
make their home at the Wardman
Park Hotel, have Mr. Murray Olson of
Minneapolis, Minn., as their guest for
a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Zittell of Green
wich, Conn., are stepping at the Dodge.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Erwin of Rich
mond, Va., who have been spending
the week end at the Wardman Park
Hotel, are returning to their home
Miss Bell Gurnee gave a dinner
party last evening at the Everglades
Club in Palm Beach, where she is
spending the Winter season. Her
guests were asked to meet Mai. and
Mrs. Elisha Dyer Hubbard. Miss Gur
nee spent several Winters in Washing
ton and makes a Spring and Autumn
visit each year.
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Dr. and Mrs. Spicer
Join Family Here
Dr. and Mrs. William Harper Spicer
and their small son arrived Friday
evening from Cucamonga, Calif., to
spend a couple of weeks with Dr. Spi
cer’s parents, Rev. and Mrs. William
A. Spicer, at their home in Takoma
Park. They are en route to Yungas
district. La Paz, Bolivia, where Dr.
Spicer will take charge of the Chu
lumani General Hospital.
Dr. 8plcer was bom in London
where his father was editor of the
Signs of the Times. Later the family
were missionaries in India, but re
turned to America, and here graduated
from the Washington Missionary Col
lege and went to California where he
completed his medical studies at the
College of Medical Evangelists In
Loma Linda and Los Angeles.
This is the first time in many years
that the members of the Spicer family
have all been together. Rev. and Mrs.
Spicer have spent some time in the
Orient and the doctor’s sister and
brother-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. J. N.
Andrews, returned to Washington
about four years ago after spending
16 years in China, and in the Tibetan
mission established by Dr. and Mrs.
Andrews at Tstienlu.
The other sister, Miss Helen Spicer,
is medical technologist at the Wash
ington Sanitarium.
Dr. and Mrs. Spicer plan to sail
from New York March 20 for Mol
lendo, Peru, where they will go by
train to the high Andes of Bolivia to
work among the Inca Indians.
Betrothal Announced
Announcement is made of the en
gagement of Miss Catherine Black,
daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Black, to
Mr, Arnold Loveday, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Loveday of Takoma Park,
Md. No date as yet has been set for
the wedding.
Miss Black is a student at Mary
land University and a member of Phi
Mu Sorority.
Miss Nichols to Wed
Mr. John Hammond
Mrs. Walter W. Nichols of Washing
ton announces the engagement of her
daughter Charlotte to Mr. John
Clarice Hammond, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John E. Hammond of Jamestown,
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