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In the News
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
son to Go to Charles
ton—Other Notes.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Dawson
Richardson, accompanied by Mrs.
Newton Brewer and Mrs. Robert Dod
dridge Graham, will motor to Charles
ton. W. Va., tomorrow to be the guests
of Gov. and Mrs. Guy Kump at the
executive mansion.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Nelson of Sligo
Park Hills, Md., are at Langley Field,
where they are visiting Mr. Nelson’s
eon, Lieut. Berkley Nelson. They will
return to their home Wednesday.
Mrs. William Matter of Silver
Spring, Md., is in Miami, Fla., where
she is visiting her son and daughter
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Matter.
Mr. Dan Thompson, who spent the
week end in Vienna, Va., with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lesley Thompson,
has returned to Charlottesville. Va..
where he is a student at the Univer
sity of Virginia.
Mrs. Arthur Barwick left yesterday
lor her home on Staten Island, N. Y.,
after spending two months with her
son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and
Mrs. Arthur Barwick of Sligo Park
Hills, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stiffler and Mr.
hnd Mrs. Bart Stiffler have returned
to their homes in Silver Spring, Md.,
from a two weeks’ trip to points of in
terest in Florida. They were ac
companied on their trip by Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Kite of Culpeper, Va. Mr.
and Mrs. B. F. Stiffler have had visit
ing them since their return their son
in-law, Mr. B. W. Ruark of Park
Ridge, 111.
Mrs. Walter C. Carter entertained
at contract bridge Friday evening in
her home in Herndon, Va.. having as
guests Mrs. Bentley Harrison. Mrs.
Ralph Presgraves. Mrs. Ruth Keyes,
Mrs. Allen H. Kirk, Mrs. Annie Robey
Walker, Mrs. E. Barbour Hutchison
and Mrs. Calvin Kidwell.
Dr. Valeria Parker of New York City
Is spending a few days at Falkland
Manor, Silver Spring. Md.
Mrs. George F. Miles, retiring
matron of the Harmony Chapter,
Order Eastern Star, and Mr. Miles
have issued invitations to 40 guests
for dinner tomorrow evening in their
home at Vienna, Va. The guests will
be the 18 officers of the chapter, with
their husbands and wives.
Mr. and Mrs. William RadclifTe
have moved from Takoma Park, Md.,
and are occupying their new home in
Silver Spring, Md.
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Miss Bradshaw to
Lecture Tonight
Miss Fanny Bradshaw, director of
the Fortnight Hostelry at Stratford
on-Avon. will address the membership
of the Drama Guild at its monthly
meeting tonight at the Faculty Club
of George Washington University. Her
subject wall be “The Summer Festi
vals of England.”
The Fortnight Hostelry is a combi
nation school and hotel where stu
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French Ambassador Attends Art Exhibit
The Ambassador of France, M. Andre de Laboulaye, shown with Raymonde Heudebert, well
known French artist, at the private view of her paintings yesterday afternoon at 1520 Connecti
cut avenue. The exhibit will continue through March 14 and is now open to the public.
' Star Staff Photo.
dents and lovers or Shakespeare may
combine Summer study with vacation
ing at Stratford. The lectures and
classes are held all during the Sum
mer at the time of the Malvern and
other Shakespeare festivals. Miss;
Bradshaw has been its director for 11
years, and during that time it has
become almost an institution at Strat
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Mrs. Kaufman
Celebrates Birthday
Mrs. Hannah Kaufman of 2415
Twentieth street northwest was at
home informally Saturday afternoon,
w'hen she celebrated her 86th birthday
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Dinners Given
Out of Town
Former United States Ambassador
to Germany and Mrs. James W. Gerard
were among the guests at dinner last
evening of Mr. and Mrs. Truman
Talley, who entertained in the Marine
Grill at the British Colonial at Nassau,
Among the other guests were Mr. and
Mrs. W. Forbes Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. Kroger
and the latter’s sister, Mrs. John E.
Dana, who are in their Winter homes
in Palm Beach, were among the guests
at dinner Saturday, given by Mr. and
Mrs. Bruno Graf at the Everglades
Club. Mr. and Mrs. Kroger spent
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they occupied Airlee, home of the late
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Legal Sorority
To Meet Tonight
Eta Alumnae Chapter of Kappa
Beta Pi International Legal Sorority
will meet tonight at 8 o’clock at the
Carlton Hotel, with Miss Elizabeth
Reed, dean of the chapter and chair
man of the National Board of Di
rectors, presiding.
Mrs. Pearl Klein, who is the speaker
of the evening, will discuss the "His
tory of Legal Aid in the District of
Columbia.” Mrs. Klein is a practicing
attorney in Washington, and has been
a member of the staff of the Legal Aid
Bureau here since its inception in
Senator Gerry in
Rhode Island Home
Senator Peter Goelet Gerry re
turned to his home in Providence
yesterday and will be joined there in
a few days by Mrs. Gerry. They will
come to Washington again later this
Carroll Manuscript.
The manuscript of Lewis Carroll's
“Rectory Magazine,” which he edited
when 13, and which represented “the
united talents of the Rectory inhabi
tants” (his father’s family), has been
offered for sale in London.
fort Lewis Will Have ‘Blueprint’
Maneuvers Tomorrow.
TACOMA, Wash., March 9 OP).—
Army officers at Port Lewis are pre
paring to launch tomorrow the first
of the annual ‘‘blueprint wars."
The exercise, intended to give offi
cers practice In theoretical handling
of the Infantry division at the fort,
will Involve establishment of command
posts and field communication sys
tems, but will involve no troops except
personnel of the communication sys
tems and headquarters.
One of the unusual aspects of the
exercise will be theoretical employ
ment of fast armored car squadrons
against old-time Cavalry.
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