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Of Interest In Capital Miss Virginia Rose Hill Bride of Robert Bruce Kennedy. (Continued From First Page.) wore a gown of periwinkle blue chif fon. The maid of honor was another sister, Miss Wallace Adair Tiffany, whose costume was of periwinkle blue lace. Dr. Pretlow had as his best man Mr. Julian Fox, ,1r.. of Chester, Va. A buffet supper w^as served after the ceremony. Among the out-of-town guests present were Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Pretlow. Mr. Virginia Pretlow, Miss Mary Pretlow and Miss Llewellyn Pretlow of Chester, Va ; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Wai te.- Cook. Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Martin. Durham, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. S Denson Pretlow, Mrs. Robert Pretlow, Miss Jane Pretlow and Mr. and Mrs. Richelieu Hatcher, Richmond. Va.; Mr. Julian Fox. Ches ter. Va., and the bride’s college friends, Miss Betty Paddock, Milwaukee. Wis.; Miss Ethel Lipscomb. Durham. N. C , and Miss Nancy Parrott of New nan. Ga. Dr. Pretlow was educated at Wil liam and Mary College and the Rich mond Medical College, and Mrs. Pret low is a graduate of the' W'arrenton Country School and Goucher College, Baltimore, Md. Dr. and Mrs. Pretlow will be at home In Warrenton after August 1. Miss Grace E. Fowler, Mr. John Smith Wed. rJ'HE marriage of Miss Grace Eliza beth Fowler, daughter of Mr and Mrs. William D. Fowler of Silver Spring. Md.. and Mr. John Smith, son of Mrs. Sarah Smith of Takoma Park. Md , took place last evening at 8 o'clock in Grace Episcopal Church, in Woodside, Md., the Rev. Richard Aselford. rector of the church, officiated. * ci Kfumiuuic suit,, with an aquamarine blouse and a small-brimmed felt hat of the same shade, and other accessories of beige. Her corsage bouquet was of sweet peas, Mrs H. Decature Rice of Wood side was matron of honor and her only attendant and Mr. Rice acted as best man. Both the bride and bridegroom are graduates of thp class of '34 of the Takoma-Silver Spring High School. Mrs Smith also attended the Felix Mahoney Art School in Washington. On their return from their wedding trip they will make their home on First avenue, in Woodside. Miss Alice M. Cullins. Mr. Roger Waugh Wed. jyjISS ALICE MARIE CULLINS. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shelby Cullins of Newport. Ark, was married to Mr Roger Owen Waugh of Baltimore, Md., son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy A. Waugh of Rochester. N. Y.. at the Mount Vernon Methodist Church. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. John Rustin of that church yesterday. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, wore a white sport dress with a light green jacket and belt, a large white hat and a corsage of white gardenias. The maid of honor. Miss Lonena McCIasky. wore a light pink dress, a large white hat and a corsage of gardenias. The best man was Mr. John Waugh of Rochester, N. Y. Among the out of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Percy Albert Waugh. Mr. and Mrs. Waugh left after the ceremony on a wedding trip to New York and Canada, and after August 9 they will be at home on Fifteenth avenue, Brooklyn Park. Baltimore, Md. Miss Mullikin Wed* Mr. D. P. Tippett. J^JISS THELMA MAY MULLIKIN was married to Mr. Daniel Philip Tippett Friday evening at the Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church on Fifth street.. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. George H. Bennett. The bride, who was given in mar riage by her step-father. Mr. Jack Thornton, wore a dress of white net w-ith an arm bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley, and her veil was of white tulle set off in orange blossoms. Miss Evelyn Gray was the maid of honor and she wore pow dered blue lace with an arm bouquet of pink roses and hat to match her outfit The bride also was attended by Mrs Pearl Ulrich, her aunt, as matron of honor, who was dressed in a contrasting shade of peach and hat to match, with a bouquet of talisman roses. The bride was preceded by her cousin, Kathleen Vivien Redman, Kin. »no wore a areas ol pea green organdy with a halo of yellow roses. She scattered rose petals before the path of the bridal party. Mr. Carroll F. Dorrell was the best man and the ushers were Mr. Elmer Warner. Mr. Frederick Lang. Mr. B. Mettler and Mr. Gilbert inej**. Mias Ruth V. de Jamette sang Ed ward Griegs "I Love Thee” before the ceremony. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride’s mother. Mrs. Thornton, who w’ore a lovely gown of white flowered mousse line de soie with a corsage of pink rose buds. The bridegroom's mother wore white flowered chiffon with a corsage of yellow roses. The bride changed to a redingote style of navy blue marquette dress with white acecssories and a shoulder corsage of lilies of the valley and gardenia, when she and Mr. Tippett left the reception for their wedding trip w-hich will take them to Canada, Niagara Falls and the Northern States. Mr. and Mrs. Tippett will make their home at 2510 Thirty-first street northeast upon their return to Wash ington. Miss lie* Holton Bride of Mr. Hulfish. AiTISS ILEE JOHNSTON HOLTON, A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waters W. Holton, and Mr. Julian B. Hulfish of Falls Church, Va„ son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hulfish, w-ere married Thursday afternoon fn the home of the bride’s parents, between The Plains and Middleburg, Va. Miss Ethel M. Evans, Mr. Alfred Rasch Wed. ANNOUNCEMENT is made of the marriage of Miss Ethel M. Evans, daughter of Mrs. S. Marguerite Evans of Washington. D. C„ to Mr. Alfred Paul Rasch. son of Mr. Ludwig P. Rasch of Middletown, Conn., Sunday, July 18. The ceremony was per formed in the Memorial United Brethren Church at 4 o’clock, by the Rev. Simpson B. Daugherty, pastor, to the presence of the immediate fam k ilies and friends from Detroit, Mich.; BufTalo, N. Y.; Winchester, Va.: Mid dletown, Conn.; Washington, D. C., and vicinity. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Mr. Guy W. Evans, and was attired in a peach-colored dress, street length, with accessories to match, and wore a large leghorn hat. Mrs. Guy W Evans, sister-in-law of the bride, was the matron of honor and wore a green dress with acces sories to match. Mr. Robert Pistel of Middletown, Conn , brother-in-law of the bridegroom, was the best man. Mrs. David Utz. sang and Mrs. Marie Boal played the wedding music. Mr. Robert Fisher and Mr. Lawrence Schwiesow wore the ushers. The bride is a graduate of the Palmyra High School. Palmyra. Pa., and attended Lebanon Valley College, Annvilie, Pa. The bridegroom Is a graduate of Middletown High School, Middletown, Conn., and attended Northeastern University, New Haven, Conn. After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Rasch will be at home at Colonial Village, Arlington. Va. Miss Marie Jones Married to Mr. Ryan. ]yjRS. M. WILDA JONES announces the marriage of her daughter Marie to Mr. Charles R. Ryan of McKeesport, Pa The wedding took place July 19. the Rev. George W. Shipley officiating Mr. and Mrs. Ryan are motoring to Yakima. Wash., where they will make their home. Miss Ina Swanson Bride of Mr. White. 'THE wedding of Miss Ina Swanson and Mr. Edwin H. White took place Saturday. July 17. The cere mony was performed at 6 o’clock at the Community Church. Conduit road and Cathedral avenue northwest, by the Rev. Oscar J. Randall, after which a reception was held at the home of the bridegroom’s sister, Miss Hazel White. While the guests were assembling Mrs. Idabel Culver gave a program of music. The church was decorated with palms, ferns and Summer flowers. The bride, who was given in mar riage by her brother, Mr. Merlin E. Swanson, chose an afternoon gown of white chiffon, made on princess lines. She wore a blue turban wi(h a small circular veil and whilf gloves. Her bridal corsage was of orchids. She had as her maid of honor her sister. Miss Georgia Swanson, whose afternoon gown of pink chiffon was made similar to that, of the bride's She wore a small white turban, white gloves and a corsage bouquet of talis man rases. Mr. Hubbard A. White, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The bride and bridegroom will make their home at 1715 P street north west. The out-of-town guests present at the wedding were Mrs. E. H. White, mother of the bridegroom, and Miss Allie Lora nee, sister of the bridegroom, both of Arden, Ark. Miss Lillian Reid Wed to Mr. Cropp. 'J'HE wedding of Miss Lillian Carey Reid and Mr. Louis Cropp took place at the home of Mrs. Lula Fol lansbee. in Arlington. Va., Saturday. July 17. The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Carey Reid of Hume, Va. The Rev. W. P Kesmodel performed the ceremony, which took place before an improvised altar banked with palms and ferns. The bride wore a beige gown with accessories to match and earned a bouquet of talisman roses. After a reception Mr. Cropp and his bride left for a wedding trip to Lake George, N. Y. On their return they will reside in Arlington, Va. Announcement Is Made Of Myers-Clipatoh Wedding. JR- AND MRS. MICHAEL CLIP ATCH have issued cards announc ing the marriage of their daughter, Ruth Sylvia, to Mr. Melvin Myers, son of Mr and Mrs. Oscar Myers, Tuesday, July 13, in Washington. Miss Bertha Bradley Weds Mr. Shelby Smith. WEDDING of local interest took place in the parsonage of the Christian Church at Mount Rainier, Md., July 15, when Miss Bertha Brad ley, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edward Ferry of Washington, D. C , became the bride of Mr. Shelby Balsley Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Smith of Mount Rainier. The Rev. Fred L. Miller performed the ceremony. Only a small group of immediate relatives witnessed the ceremony. Mrs. Aileen D. Webster of Baltimore, cousin of the bridegroom, was the bride's only attendant, while Mr. Frank B. Smith, father of the bride groom, attended him. Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Smith left on a trip by motor for Montreal and Quebec, Canada. They will be at home at 3600 Rhode Island avenue, Mount Rainier, after August 2. Miss Catherine Reilly Wed to Mr. O'Connell. jyjISS CATHERINE REILLY and Mr. John O'Connell were mar ried July 10 In Dahlgren Chapel in Georgetown University, which was celebrated by a nuptial mass, the Rev. Father Edward Connell of Baltimore officiating. The bride wore a white lace gown, made with a train and a veil of tulle and lace. She carried a bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley. Mrs. Mary Anderson was the matron of honor, wearing a pink lace gown and a hat of pink tulle. Miss Ann Quinn and Miss Helen Reilly, sister of the bride, were bridesmaids. Their gowns were of yellow chiffon, with which they wore yellow tulle hats to match and carried bouquets of shasta daisies and purple larkspur. The best man was Mr. Charles McVeone and the ushers were Mr. James Day and Mr. Ralph Freun. Little Shirley Mae Reilly, niece of the bride, was flower girl, wearing a pink taJTeta frock and carrying an old-fashioned bouquet of roses. A reception was held at the home o'f the bride's brother and sister-in law, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Reilly in Chevy Chase, Md. Mrs. O'Connell is the daughter of the late C-apt.. and Mrs. Martin Reilly Mr. O'Connell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph O'Connell of this city. Waikart-Tolson Marriage Announced. QN SATURDAY, June 26, the mar riage of Miss Jean Laurie Tolson to Mr. Frank Wolfe Waikart, 2d. took place in Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Anacostia. Because of the illness of the Rev. Gordon C. Graser, rector of the church, the ceremony was per formed by the Rev. Enoch Thompson of the Church of the Nativity. The bride wore a princess gown of white lace over satin, and carried a bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley. She was attended by her sister. Mrs. S. Richard Went*, who wore raspberry marquisette with a i widp hat of thp same shade, and a sheaf of gay garden flowers. Mr William Waikart was best man for his brother. The ushers were Mr. Orton Waikart. Mr. Julius Tolson, Mr. S. Richard Wentz and Mr. C. Ray Davidson. Out-of-town guests for the wedding were Miss Lillian Waikart and Miss Catherine Jones, both of Norfolk, Va. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Waikart received their many friends in the library of the church. Later, at the home of the bride's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Tolson. the wedding cake was cut, after which Mr. and Mrs. Waikart left for a mo tor trip to Atlantic City and New York. Miss Nancy G. Newberry. Mr. Francis Sullivan Med. A NNOUNCEMENT has been made i of the wedding of Miss Nancy I Garnette Newberry of Norfolk, Va.. j and Mr. Francis X. Sullivan, son of ! the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Sul- | lit an of Washington. The ceremony took place at St Martin's rectory, the Rev. Father Louis Miltenburger officiating, July 15 at 8 o'clock in the evening. Wedding of Miss Riordan And Mr. Rauscher Announced. Mrs. James Bernard Riordan an nounces the marriage of her daughter. ! Helen Ruth, to Mr. Charles Bernard Rauscher. June 25, in St. Ignatius' Church, at Bel Air, Md. The Rev. B. H. Pohlman officiated. Miss Mary K. Whysall and Mr. Omar Burhanan Wed. 'J'HE Homewood United Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh was the scene of a very beautiful wedding on the aft ernoon of Tuesday. July 13, at 3 30 o'clock, when Miss Mary Kathryn Whysall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David E. Whysall of Pittsburgh, be came the bride of Mr. Omar B. Bu chanan. jr., of Wilkinsburg, Pa . for merly of Washington. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. George C Long, pastor of the church, assisted by the Rev. George Taylor, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Wilkins burg. im- onup. wno was given in mar-| riage by her father, wore a white net! gown with finger-tip veil and carried a bouquet of shasta daisies. Miss Betty Slocum of Pittsburgh, as maid of honor, wore a net dress of pastel shades and carried a bouquet of garden flowers. The bridesmaids. Miss Martha Belle Buchanan, sister of the bridegroom; Miss Helen Wragg and Miss Anna Louise Mueller, were gowned in net dresses of pastel shades and also carried garden flowers. Mr. Albert Boehm of Wilkinsburg was the best man and the ushers in cluded Mr. Enoch J. Vann., jr., of Washington, a cousin of the bride groom; Mr. Albert. Rodgers, Mr. George Parros and Mr. Don Robertson. Miss Mildred Fey played the wed ding music and Mr. Livingston Vann, jr., of Washington, an uncle of the bridegroom, was the soloist. A wedding supper and reception at the Whysall home followed the cere mony and later Mr. and Mrs. Buchan an left for a motor trip to Virginia Beach. On their return they will make their home in Cambridge Court, Edge wood. The out-of-town guests included Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Buchanan and ' Mrs. A. W. Wells, grandparents of the bridegroom; Mrs. E. J. Vann and Mr. E. J. Vann, jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Living ston Vann, jr., and Livingston Vann, 3d; Mr. end Mrs. R. J. Swingle, all of Washington, and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Smith of Philadelphia. Diplomats _(Continued From First Page.) Chevy Chase have had as their guests for the past week Mr. Wayne Paulin and Mr. Sherwood Paulin of Pitts-' burgh, Pa. Mrs. B. B. Elton of Pittsburgh, Pa., is spending the week with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Reuel W. Elton. Mrs. Benjamin D. Hill gave a lunch eon at the Shoreham yesterday for Mrs. Lewis Elgin, formerly of Mrs. Hill's home city, Hopkinsville. Ky., and now of Tulsa, Okla. Other guest* Included Mrs. Nathaniel B. Dial, Mr*. A Ernest H. Daniel, Mrs. Jules Day, Mrs. Preston McGoodwin, wife of the for mer Minister of Venezuela; Mrs. Maurice Thatcher. Senora de Camp bell. wife of the commercial attache of the Chilean Embassy; Mrs. Ogilvie Shumate and Mrs. A. Owsley Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Lobred and their son. Leonard Lobred. and Mrs. H. C. Cantwell left this week to motor to Louisville. Ky., accompanied by Mr. Lobred's neice. Miss Adele Lobred, who has been their guest for several weeks^ Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Perris of Washington and the former's mother. Mrs. George L. Ferris, and sister. Miss Dorothy Ferris of New York, left the Capital yesterday on a two-week motor trip to Canada. Mrs. George Ferris and Miss Ferris spent last week in Washington, w’here they stayed at the home of their cousin, Miss Grace Wil marth, on Belmont road. Mrs. Nathan Ferris was. before her marriage, Seno rita Conchita Marmol of El Salvador. Miss Mary Betty Maxwell is at Port Bragg. N. C., for the week end attend ing a house party being given by Col. George O'Connell. Last week Miss Maxwpll attended a house party at i^rginia Beach and this week she will go to Kentucky to visit in Louisville and Georgetown. Miss Maxwell will not return to Washington until the Autumn. Miss Shirley Dove was hostess to a group of Mount Vernon Seminary students Thursday entertaining at a shower for Mias Mary Davis whose engagement to Mr. James Joyce re cently was announced. The party was given at the Brook Farm, Miss Mary L. Chase of St. Johns burv, Vt,, is spending a few days at the Dodge. Mrs. Alexander W Beatty and Mrs. Alice M. Talbert, were given a birth day anniversary luncheon by Mrs. Charles S. Eisinger, Mrs. William Leigh Broadddus. Mrs. W. Stuart Hodge, and Mrs. Watson V. Shelton, on Thursday. ! -- Mr. and Mrs. Archie Crandall and Mr. and Mrs. Berton Crandall of Palo i Alto, Calif . are stopping at the Dodge I while in the Capital. Miss Hazel Hope of Vale. Oreg., Is spending a brief time at the Dodge. Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Schureckebier and Dr. and Mrs. Wade H. Atkinson sailed from New York yesterday. They plan to spend two months touring England, France and Belgium. Mr. Norman Campbell of Newport, Ark., is the guest of his sister. Mrs. R. H. Bagley and will also spend some time with his aunt and uncle. Col. and Mrs. J. Clifton Tribby at the West chester. Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Starling of Chevy Chase entertained in formally at dinner Wednesday eve ning at the Army ar.d Navy Country Club for Col. Louis A. Johnson, As sistant Secretary of War Mr. and Mrs. Starling's guests in cluded Mrs. Frances Ward Smeltzer ; of Fairmont, W. Va.; Mr. Claud W Fairchild of New York. Mr Frank S. Dickson of Chicago and Mr. M Radle Herndon of Fairmont. Mrs. M. M. Hipskind and her little son. Tnrger Hipskind. arrived las* week bv plane from their home in i Chicago, Hi., for a visit with Mrs. Hipskind's mother. Mrs. G V Thomp son. at her residence, 728 Somerset place. Mrs George Richard Estes and her sister. Mrs Myrtle P Lewis, of 1 Longfellow street are on a cruise to Miami, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. J, P Harvey of Du luth. Minn, are at the Dodge for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Schmitt ! sailed Tuesday on the Corinthia for a Southern cruise, stopping at Nassau and Havana, Cuba Mr and Mrs James Pine of Los Angeles. Calif., are spending the week end at the Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S Bridge of Cincinnati. Ohio, are stopping at the Dodge while in the Capital. Dr. M. M Nicholson is spending the week end #t W’hite Sulphur Springs. --:-•— Intersection Hazards. A large percentage of accidents oc cur at street intersections. A fre quent cause is lack of proper caution on the part of the drner on the SPC ondary artery of travel when crossing a major highway. Safe drivers always approach highways carrying the mam stream of traffic with their cars slowed down, ready to stop if necessary. Cars on main highways may not have any | legal preferential right of way but common driving custom does accord ' it to them. Among the Attractive Brides of the Summer Season . *•-"*" ' i ■■■■II II II a 5 ■■ * .■■■■■■ . .... MRS. JAMES C. DONALDSON, Formerly Miss Virginia Eliza beth Leishear. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William W. Leishear. —Hessler-Henderson Photo. Oval: Mrs. Frank Wolfe Waikart, 2d. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Tolson. She was. before her marriage June 26, Miss Jean Laurie Tolson. -Harris-Ewing Photo. ---j MRS. M. JOSEPH LYNCH. JR., Formerly Miss Mary Katherine Donovan, daugh ter ol Mr. and Mrs. John D Donovan. The mcd d'ng took place last month in the Holy Trinity Church, in Georgetown. —Brooks Photo. MRS. STEWART HALL BEALL. Who. before her ivedding June 26, iras Miss Bernice Davidson Pitzer. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Pitzer. —Harris-Eu ing Photo. w—" MRS. SUMNER OTHNIEL BURHOE, Who, before her marriage June 30 to Dr. Burhoc. was Miss Alice Penelope Philips, | daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. \ Roland Philips. The cere- ! mony took place in the Emory | M. E. Church. Preceding the \ ceremony a program of mu sic was given by Mrs. Gertrude j Dyre Persons, organist, and Miss Adelaide Philips, sister of the bride, sang tiro solos. —Harris-Eicing Photo. “Do You Know” THE NATIONAL HAT SHOP is now located atI 108 FST.n.w CLEARANCE one large group of HATS 69c $1.98 to $2.98 values NATIONAL * HAT SHOP * 1108 F ST. N.W. L DON’T MOVE this hot weather —or go on your vacation before calling our up holstering shops. We will have your upholstering all ready when you return, or when your new home is ready for occupancy. Special reduced rates this week to keep our workshop running through the dull season. ALSO CHAIR CANEING CLAY A. ARMSTRONG 1235 10th St. MEt 2062 j NUF-CED Save Money Now a j Mrs. King Plans Tea Tomorrow Two Washingtonians Aid Hostess at Falls Church. Falls church, va. July 24 — Mrs. Frances Johnston Km? will entertain at tea tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock at her home in Overlea Knolls. Miss Mildred Carroll and Miss Margaret Byrne of Washington will assist the hostess. Guests will include Mrs. Robert E. Freer, Mrs. Caroline F. Holland, the Misses Jane and Margaret Herrity, Miss Alice Fadely, Mrs. Annette Mc Carthy, Mrs. Edna Vince!, Mrs. Helen Drawbaugh, Miss Ellen Love and her mother, Mrs. Love: Mrs. Florence McAtee, Miss Sarah Fprrier. Mrs. Katharine Mortimer, Mrs. Madge Harkness, Mrs. Genevieve Meehan, Miss Virginia Hutton. Mrs Katharine Winston, Mrs. Mary Trefren. Miss Vir ginia Howse, Miss Helen Rankin, Miss Gladys Carroll, Miss Bertha Joseph, Mrs. Betsy Ross, Miss Matilda Young and her mother. Mrs. Young. Mrs. Marion Huff, Miss Julia Hopkins. Mrs. Nadine Lane Gallagher. Miss Marion Goshorn. Mrs. Virginia Wood and Mrs. Mildred Lee. Mr. James Brown gave a danfe at the home of his parents. Dr and Mrs. James W. Brown this evening. The guests wane Miss Ed:th Yob--, Miss Anne Shreve, Mi.ss Ruth Paul--, Miss Sally Anderson Miss Byrne Ware, Miss Evelyn Markward. Miss Virginia Markward. Miss Philea Dar row, Miss Anne Anderson, Mi.ss Ruby Lee Parrott, Miss Corinnp Mont gomery, Miss Marie Parr. Miss Franrej Brown, Miss Virginia Belle Covington. Mr. William Scullem. Mr William Thompson, Mr. Dorsey Aaam=, Mr. William Michaels of Washington. Mr. John Horning, Mr. Glenn Wells. Mr. Charles Pendleton. Mr Carer Kerns, Mr. Willnughbv Williams. Mr Elliott Powell, Mr Richard Horn, Mr. I/iren Parmley. Mr. William Kern5. Mr. Robert Kennedy. Mr. Cabell B.sick, Mr. Burke Hertz. Mr Gustave Hertz and Mr. Franklin Shaw Mrs. J. Oliver Frank entertained at a bridge luncheen yesterday Mrs. Oziah B. Livingston, Mrs. Walter T. Westcott, Mrs. Henry Raymond Lee, 'Mrs, E. C. Beinhart, Mrs. W W Wiz° man. Mrs. E. B. Wilcox, and Mrs. Ly man Moore weie her guests. Mrs. Edmund Gannt. Mrs Edwin Denton Williams sr.: Mrs. Noble • Moore. Mrs. Wilbur S. Hmman. sr.: Mrs. Louis F. Woods. Mrs E P Harri son Mrs John B^thune. Mrs. Rollo Smith. Mrs. John G Sadtier. Mrs John R. Gamer, and Mrs. P H Smythe were guests at luncheon and bridee of Mrs. George Butterworth Wednes day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Whlliam Kircher and son Robert of St. Paul are house guests of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. Jack White of Wil mington. Del.: Mr. and Mrs Harry Morrow and son Harry, jr.. of Newark, Del. and Mr. Thomas Walls and Mrs. Flora Jordan of Newcastle. Del . were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. U. S Knox this week. Mrs. Theodore H. Uhler entertained Mrs. Connne Granger. Mrs Gorham Freer, Mrs Howard Berger. Mrs Edwin Denton Williams, jr.: Mrs Frank Thompson. Mrs KathPen Bowman and Mrs. Ray Larsen of Chillicothe, 111., at luncheon and card.; Tuesday , afternoon. Mrs Philip Talbott and her daughter Jean Talbott are spending a few day* in Atlantic City. Mrs. J. Benson Smith of St. Pet ersburg. Fla., will arrive in Falls Church today to visit her mother. Mrs. J. B Gould. Mr. and Mrs William Black Moore have been guests of Mrs. Gould for the past few days, while Dr. Gould has been absent on a business trip to St. Petersburg. Mr. Albert Johnston of New York will visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rov Johnston. Monday while or. a business trip to Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Butterworth and their son, Hughes Butterworth. jr.. and daughter. Mollie Butterworth. will leave Falls Church in August to make their home in Jackson, Miss Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brandon have returned home after a week's trip to Beverly Beach. Mr. and Mrs. W S Browning ar* at Scotland Beach. Md. Mrs. Taylor Mil’ard . nri her daugh ter. Peggy Millard, and Mr. and Mr*. Thomas B. Lyons and familv hate re turned this week from a 10-day trip to Plum Point. Mrs. John R. Garner will leave soon for an extended visit to Seattle, where she will be a guest of her sister. Mrs. Virginia Warren is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fellows at their Summer cottage at Rehoboth Beach. Mrs. K. R. Miller of Wyomissing. Pa., is spending the Summer with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Miller.