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Miss Barnes’
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Engagement
Announced
Other Future Wed
ding Arrangements
Are Made.
MR. AND MRS. ’GEORGE O.
BARNES announce the en
gagement of their daughter
Mary Elizabeth to Mr. Pat
rick William Condon, son of Mrs.
Alice Condon of Los Angeles, Calif.
Mr. Barnes is the executive assistant
to the United States Treasurer. Miss
Barnes is a graduate of Sacred Heart
Academy and Wilson Teachers’ Col
. lege.
Mr. Condon graduated from Pacific
Military Academy in Culver City and
attended Los Angeles College of Law.
He has been attending the Foreign
Service School of Georgetown Uni
versity.
The ceremony will be performed in
Dahlgren Chapel at Georgetown.
Capt. and Mrs. L. Toulmin Chalker
ann/MmOn iViA niifro frnmont nf IVrnir
daughter Alice Beverly to Mr. Hart
well Hopkins Hunter of Miami, Fla.,
* eon of the late Mr. James P. Hunter
and Mrs. Hunter of Media, Pa.
Miss Chalker is a graduate of Hol
lins College and studied in France at
L'Institut de la Touraine at Tours,
and the Sorbonne in Paris.
Mr. Hunter attended the University
of Pennsylvania and the University
of Paris.
The wedding will take place the
latter part of June.
Mrs. Blanche Magill announces the
engagement of her daughter Cath
erine Therese of Mount Rainier, Md.,
* to Mr. Wilson Jerome Purdy, son of
Mrs. Mamie Purdy and the late
Mr. William A. Purdy of Suitland,
Md. The wedding will take place
In St. James Catholic Church, Mount
Rainier, Md., June 4. Miss Magill
Is the daughter of the late Mr. John
Milton Magill.
Mr. Charles A. Lyman of Cherry
dale Vi., announces the marriage
of his daughter. Miss Sydney Lyman
of Madison, Wis.. to Dr. David G.
Welton of Ann Arbor, Mich., on
March 10. 1936.
Mrs Welton attended the Sidwell
Friends School, Washington. D. C.,
and was graduated from Dana Hall
i School, Wellesley. Mass. After a year
in the Florentine School for Girls.
Florence, Italy, she attended the
University of Wisconsin, from which
she received her B. S. degree and
certificate of nursing. She is affili
ated with Delta Gamma Sorority.
Dr. Welton is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Chauncy Rex Welton, Madison,
Wis. He attended the University of
Wisconsin, receiving his B. A. degree
In 1932 and his M. D. in 1935. He
» was affiliated with Chi Psi. Nu Sigma
Nu Medical Fraternity, Phi Kappa
Phi, Alpha Omega Alpha and Hares
Xoot.
Dr. Welton is on the staff of the
University Hospital, Ann Arbor, Mich.,
(where he has an appointment for two
bio re years.
"Mr anH Mrs Walter W Real an.
flounce, the engagement of their
daughter Elizabeth Ashby to Mr.
Frank Cleland Devlin of Duluth,
Minn. The wedding will take place
Hn the early part of June.
• _______
_ Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beynon I
Hardman of Massillon, Ohio, an
nounce the engagement of their
(daughter Jesse Frances to Mr. Au
gustine Edward Winnemore. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Julien M. Winnemore
cf this city.
Mr. and Mrs. George R. McCloud
cf Norfolk, Va., announce the en
gagement of their daughter Ruby
Virginia to Mr. Guilford Lee Mattern
* of Clarendon, Va.. son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Mattern of Fort Myers,
Fla. The marriage will take place
In August.
Miss McCloud is a graduate of Har
risonburg State Teachers' College.
Mr. Mattern was graduated from
Georgia School of Technology and is
now employed as an engineer by Ar
lington County, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hello of Hyatts
%ille, Md., announce the engagement
cf their daughter Paula to Mr. Elton
’ Hunt, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Hunt of Vallejo, Calif. Miss Hello
fir411 Ifimrn cVinrtlii nritU UnM 4-.. !
lor Vallejo, where the wedding will
take place the latter part of June.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gaither of Oak
land, Md., have announced the en
gagement of their daughter, Miss
Charlotte V. Gaither, to Mr. John R.
Hogan of Biloxi, Miss. The wedding
^ill take place some time in June.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph John Bachs
announce the engagement of their
Engagements Announced Forecast June Weddings
^.j—^
UPPER LEFT: MISS ALICE
BEVERLY CHALKER,
Whose parents, Capt. and Mrs.
L. Toulmin Chalker, have an
nounced her engagement to
Mr. Hartwell Hopkins Hunter
of Miami. The wedding will
take place the latter part of
next month.
—Hessler-Henderson Photo.
daughter Edna Elizabeth to Mr. Ar
thur Kriemelmeyer. the wedding to
take place Wednesday. June 10, at
the Trinity Lutheran Church.
The bride-elect has chosen as her
attendants Miss Rhoda Hennig, who
will be maid of honor, and Miss Bet
tie Pickard and Mrs. Louis Borhaus.
Mrs. Robert E. Voekmer of Baltimore,
Md., will sing.
Miss Bachs is a student of the
George Washington University and
a member of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority.
Mr. Kriemelmeyer is a graduate of
George Washington University and a
alumnus of Acacia Fraternity,
— •
Social Activities
in Sligo Park Hills
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Raesly and
their son. Leon Raesly, jr., and
daughter, Barboura Raesly. will leave
May 30 for Medford Lakes. N. J„
where they will stay until January,
when they will return to Washington.
Mr. Raesly is secretary to Representa
tive Powers of New Jersey.
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Dudley have re
turned from Easton, Md., where they
were guests of Mrs. Dudley's father,
Mr. Joseph Pugh, at his Summer
home.
Capt. and Mrs. H. F. Chrisman,
with their two children, who were
recently ordered to Fort Monroe, have
been since transferred to Seattle,
Wash., and will leave for the West
July 1.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Comstock, with
their children, Reginal Comstock, jr„
and Catherine Comstock, left Friday
for Farmville, Va„ where they will
visit Mrs. Comstock's mother, Mrs.
S. W. Paulette, for the week end.
■ ..-.II. I ——
MISS MARY ELIZABETH BARNES,
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George 0. Barnes, whose betrothal
to Mr. Patrick William Condon, son of Mrs. Alice Condon of Los
Angeles, Calif., is announced. Mr. Barnes is executive assistant
to the United States Treasurer. —Hessler-Henderson Photo.
Democratic Women
To Again Give Skit
Miss Evelyn Adams, recorder of the
Land Office, will once again take the
role of Mrs. G. O. P. in the political
satirical skit, “Candidates and Cauli
flower,” which will be presented by
the Democratic Women's National
Council Tuesday evening in the bam
boo room at the New Willard Hotel at
8:30. o'clock. Mrs. Democratic will
be acted by Miss Caroline Garrecht,
while Miss Anne Ojala will be Mrs.
Average Citizen.
The other members of the cast will
be Mrs. Alexander Bentley as Alice
Roosevelt Longworth; Mrs. Clifford
McLeod as Willie Randolph Wearst;
Miss Genevieve Randolph, niece of
Representative Jennings Randolph,
as Henry Fletcher; Miss Catherine
Harper as Ham Poorfish and Mrs. A.
Owsley Stanley, jr., as Jawit Shouse.
The Republican candidates—Frankie
Knox, Billy Borah, Alfle Landon,
Herbie Hoover, Artie Vandenberg, Og
gie Mills, Senator Dickinson and Ted
dy Roosevelt—will be represented by
Mrs. P. R. Vernier, Mrs. Margaret
Snead. Miy Faye M. Lacy, Miss Anna
Janosik, Miss Sara Taylor, Miss Ma
bel C. Brandt, Mrs. L. B. Gingrich
and Miss Mary Thompson, respec
tively.
Miss Virginia Richel is director of
the skit. Mrs. Katherine Nicholas
Walton will be at the piano.
The program will open with several
piano solos by Norman Daly, noted
Washington musician.
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MISS ELIZABETH GLENN
HARPER,
Daughter of Mrs. Harry F.
Harper, whose engagement to
hr. Courtland Lee Warfield
has been announced. The
wedding will take place June
5 in the Gunston Temple Me
morial Presbyterian Church,
—Hessler Studio Photo.
Mr. G. A. Lyon Guest
Of Club Wednesday
Mr. Gideon A. Lyon will be the
nonor guest ana speaker lor the
Business and Professional Women’s
Club of All Souls’ Unitarian Church
Wednesday evening at 6 30 o’clock.
His talk on “The Antioch Chalice"
will be given at 7:30 o'clock follow
ing a dinner and business meeting.
^ No cards are needed for the lecture.
School Anniversary
Observed Yesterday
The Misses Maret and the pupils
of the Maret School, celebrated the
twenty-fifth anniversary of the found
ing of the school yesterday. A play
let was staged representing Maj.
Bowes’ amateur hour.
Wedding
Invitations
Are Issued
Miss Brahany Will Be
Bride of Mr.
Lloyd.
Mr. AND MRS. THOMAS WIL
LIAM BRAHANY have Is
sued invitations to the mar
riage of their daughter Mary
Jane to Mr. Edmund Henry Lloyd
Thursday afternoon, June 4, at 4
o'clock, in St. Matthew's Church. A
reception will follow the ceremony at
the Shoreham Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. George Arthur Lip
pert have issued invitations to the
marriage reception of their daughter
Katherine and Mr. Irving Stahl Pres
ler, ensign, U. S. N., Saturday after
noon, June 6 at the Carlton Hotel.
Tho rorontirm fnlliMirc t Via uroH/tina
ceremony, which will be held earlier
in the day in the chapel at the Naval
Academy, in the presence of the im
mediate family and a few friends.
Miss Lippert 15 a graduate of the
Peabody Conservatory of Music in
Baltimore, Md„ and was the holder
of a three-year scholarship for the
piano.
Ensign Presler, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Logan Presler, of Washington, is a
graduate of the Naval Academy, class
of 1934. He has recently been as
signed duty on the U. S. S. Indian
apolis as communication officer on the
staff of the vice admiral of the Scout
ing Force.
Miss Kathryn Georgette Logan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar W.
Logan, and Mr. George Beeman
Tracy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Tracy, will be married Saturday eve
ning. The wedding will take place
in the Episcopal Church of Our
Savior, the rector, the Rev. Dr. Wills,
officiating at 8 o'clock.
Miss Logan will be attended by her
sisters. Mrs. William Terrett, as ma
tron of honor, and Miss Janet Logan
as maid of honor. Mr. Frank Tracy,
Jr, will be best man for his brother
and the ushers will be Mr. Burton
Hawkins and Mr. Francis Appier.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tracy enter
tained at dinner last evpninc' fnr
their son and his fiance, the other
guests being members of the wed
ding party. Miss Logan was given
a party Friday. May 8. by her pupils
in dramatics and this afternoon Miss
Logan will be hostess at a ‘'trous
seau'’ tea.
Mrs. Harry Fleet Harper has issued
invitations to the marriage of hei
daughter Elizabeth Glenn to Mr
Courtland Lee Warfield of Alexandria
Va„ son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar War
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field of Alexandria, Va. The wed
ding will take place Friday evening.
June 5, at 8 o’clock in Gunton-Temple
Memorial Presbyterian Church.
Miss Edna Louise Klinge of Wynne
wood Park, Md.. will be maid of
honor and the other attendants will
be Miss Elizabeth Beal, Mrs. James
M. Dykes, Miss Nancy Saltman and
Miss Elizabeth Conlon, all of Wash
ington.
Mr. Ashby Warfield of Alexandria,
Va., will be best man for his brother
and the ushers will include Mr. Wil
liam Bernard Knight and Mrs. Robert
V. Duncan of Alexandria. Va.; Mr.
James Hunter of Catonsville, Md.. and
her Thomas Monroe of Alexandria.
The bride-elect Is the daughter of
the late Mr. Harry Pleet Harper. The
bridegroom-elect is the grandson of
the late Col. Edgar Warfield of Alex
andria. Va. Mr. Warfield attended
University of Virginia and is a mem
Miss Irene Rose O'Hanlon, daugh
ter of Mr. Patrick Joseph O'Hanlon,
and Mr. William James Mahaney, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mahaney of
Sharon, Pa., will be married tomor
row morning. The wedding will take
place in the Church of the Blessed
Sacrament, in Chevy Chase, Md., the
Rev. Silas Rooney officiating, at 10
o’clock. A wedding breakfast and
informal reception will follow in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Cun
ningham at 1367 Sheridan street.
Miss O'Hanlon will be attended by
Miss Margaret Fleming Morin of this
city and the best man will be Mr.
John C. Cassidy of Sharon. Pa The
ushers will include Mr. Gordon T.
O’Hanlon, brother of the bride: Mr.
’ John J. Mahaney, brother of the
| bridegroom, and Mr. John Jennings
Boland and Mr. Thomas J. Carey of
Scranton, Pa.
After the wedding breakfast Mr.
Mahaney and his bride will leave for
San Francisco where they will make
j their future home, Mr. Mahaney hav
ing been transferred there as an at
torney for the Security Exchange
Commission.
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Opening of Club
To Be Gala Event
Elaborate preparations are under
way for the opening of the Lord Fair
fax Country Club at Mnuot Eagle,
Va„ on the Richmond road, near
Alexandria, Saturday, at which time a
reception will be held from 4 to 7
o'clock.
Among those in the receiving line
will be Mr. R. Walton Moore, Assistant
Secretary of State; his sisters, the
Misses Moore; Dr. and Mrs. H. R.
Latane of Alexandria. Mr. and Mrs.
Wade H. Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. William
Allston Graham. Col. and Mrs. J. Mil
ler Kenyon, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rixey
Smith and Col. Barry Bulkley.
Sandy Spring
Tea Planned
For Visitor
Mrs. M’Reynolds Will
Honor Peace Speaker
Tuesday Afternoon.
DR. LOUIS H. BUSSLER has
returned home after spend
ing a few days in New York
City.
Mrs. Frederick W. McReynolds la
entertaining a small company at tea
at 3 o'clock, Tuesday afternoon, for
Mrs. E. F. Beechner of the Woman's
International League, who will talk
on peace.
Mrs. Samuel B. Wetherald has as
guests over the week end her daughter,
Miss Dorothy Wetherald, and Dr.
Charlesanna B. Coles of Philadelphia,
Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. William Mich
ener. with their son, Leslie Michener,
of Merchantvllle, N. J.
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Mortimer O. Stabler spent last week
end at Westtown School. Pa., and in
Philadelphia.
Mrs. Tyson Marshall and her sister.
Miss Ethel Bowden, have issued invi
tations for a tea Thursday, from 4 un
! til 6 o’clock, at their home, Miraval,
in honor of Miss Elizabeth Moore,
whose engagement to Mr. Joseph
Mitchell of Hockessin, Dela., has Just
been announced.
Mrs. Clara Mae Downey has closed
I her Florida home in Miami Beach and
has arrived at her home at Olney Inn!
; being accompanied by Miss Cunning
ham.
Mrs. Mark Shields of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
who has been a guest of her mother,
Mrs. John H. Janney. for several days,
was joined by her husband last week
end.
Mrs. Shelds was entertained by sev
eral of her friends during her stay,
and a dinner party was given Mr. and
Mrs. Shelds on Saturday evening by
| Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Tumbleson.
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