Debutantes to Attend
Alexandria’s George Mason Hotel
To Be Scene of Fifth Annual
Event on February 4.
ALEXANDRIA, Va., Jan. 15.—The fifth annual Virginia cotillon
will be given at the George Mason Hotel Friday evening,
February 4. Mrs. Charles Rapley Hooff and Mrs. Charles
Alexander Swann Sinclair will be in charge.. Mr. Charles R. HoofT,
3d. will lead the cotillon and will have as his dancing partner his
cousin. Miss Louise Tunstall Barroll. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Barroll of Baltimore, who made her debut at the first bachelors’
cotillon in that city. Mrs. T. Garland Tinsley entertained at
luncheon today in her honor and next week Miss Barroll will go to
Philadelphia, where she will be guest of honor at a dinner given
by Mrs. Alexander Gordon before the junior dance. Mr. George
Debham has issued invitations for a tea followed by a buffet
supper for Miss Barroll Sunday, February 13, in his home in
Another debutante who will come'
to Alexandria for the cotillon is Miss
Elizabeth Tyson Rudderow, daughter
of the Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin Jan
ney Rudderow of Philadelphia and a
niece of Mr. Charles R. Hooff of this
city. Miss Rudderow’ also made her
debut at the bachelors’ cotillon in
Miss Amanda Gray and Miss Dora
Lee Gray of Hampton. Va.. are week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Mrs. Leon C. Ware and her grand
duaghter, Betty Todd of Staunton,
are spending a week w’ith relatives in
Mrs. Froehling and Miss Froehling
Leave for Visit in New York.
Mrs. Henry Charles Froehling and
Miss Anne Henderson Froehling of
Richmond, who have been visiting
In Alexandria, and Mrs. Froehling’s
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
Mrs. George Raymond Huffard. in
Fairfax, have left for New York City,
where they will remain for several
W’eeks. Miss Froehling’s engagement
to Dr. Herbert W’olfif of this city was
announced last month.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hammersley
Cox announce the marriage of their
daughter Laura Virginia to Mr, John
Jacob Spigelmyer. also of this city,
and son of Mr. Eugene E. Spiglemyer
and the late Mrs. Spigelmyer of Lan
caster, Pa., Friday, December 31, in
Washington, with the Rev. Allan F.
Poore officiating. After February 1
Mr. and Mrs. Spigelmyer will live at
118 South St. Asaph street.
Mr. Joseph K. Yahraes announces
the marriage of his daughter Mary to
Mr. Edw’ard McDonald, son of Mrs.
Bessie McDonald, all of this city.
Monday, January 3, with the Rev.
®r. Pierce S. Ellis, pastor of the First
Baptist Church, officiating.
Mrs. Milton Sprouse announces the
marriage of her daughter Gertrude
Virginia to Mr. Clarence Lankford
Friday, January 7, in the parsonage
of Trinity Methodist Episcopal
Church, W’ith the Rev. Oscar W.
Brittingham officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Lankford will live at 2702 Duke street.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wolfe an
nounce the engagement of their
. daughter Adele to Mr. Irving Gordon
of Washington, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis T. Gordon. No date has been
eet for the wedding.
Mrs. Mary Emma Simms announces
the marriage of her daughter Mar
guerite Mae to Mr. James H. Gregory
Saturday, September 4, 1937, in Elk
ton, Md Mr. Gregory and his bride
are living at 706 King street.
Miss Margaret Pierpoint
Bride of Mr. Arthur.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pierpoint an
nounce the marirage of their daugh
ter Margaret Roberta to Mr. Meredith
C. Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Arthur, all of this city, Tuesday,
December 28, with the Rev. Charles
M. Robinson, pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal Church in Urbanna, Va.,
officiating. Mr. Arthur and his bride
are living at 308 East Windsor avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spofford of
Batavia, N. Y,, were guests this week
of Dr. and Mrs. Henry A. Latane
and have left to spend a month in
Mrs. William S. Snow arrived home
yesterday after a visit to her son-in
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam B. Fowler, in Westchester
County, N. Y.
Miss Mary Ogden entertained Tues
day evening in celebration of her
birthday anniversary. Among those
present were the Rev. and Mrs. Owen
P. Lloyd, Miss Hope Fitzgerald, Miss
Elizabeth Yates, Miss Hazel Thomas,
Miss Florence Lyles, Miss Blanche
Arnold, Miss Lillian Javins, Miss Flora
Ogden, Miss Edna Javins, Mr. Wil
liam Lyles, Mr. Robert Young, Mr.
Ronald Coleman, Mr. Sheldon Terry,
Mr. Raymond Shepherd, Mr. Prank
Arnold and Mr. Herbert Ogden.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert South Barrett
entertained at tea Sunday afternoon
and were assisted by Mrs. Maude Cook
Laidlaw. Dr. and Mrs. Barrett will
leave in a few days to spend the
remainder of the winter with their
son and daughter-in-law, Lt. John
Paul Barker Barrett, U. S. N.. and
Mrs. Barrett in Long Beach, Calif.
Mrs. Frances Thomas of Wellsville,
N. Y., is the guest of her nice, Mrs.
Milton Robey. Mr. and Mrs. Robey
also had as their guest this week the
latter’s brother. Mr. William D. Riddle
of New Orleans.
Mrs. Maron Tooley
Visiting Mrs. Jones.
Mrs. Macon Tooley of Norfolk Is
visiting Mrs. Ethan Allen Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Miller
went to Richmond Saturday, Janu
ary 8, to attend the marriage in St.
Stephen’s Episcopal Church that eve
ning of Miss Judith Ethelyn Foege,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Foege,
jr„ to Mr. Stuart Christian Schaaf.
Mrs. Miller was matron of honor at
The marriage is announced of Mrs.
Lucille Bills, formerly of Spokane,
Wash., to Mr. Franklin Felts, formerly
of this city and now of Richmond at
noon Saturday, January 8, in Christ
Episcopal Church with the Rev. Harry
Lee Doll officiating. Following the
ceremony Mrs. E. R. Warfield enter
tained the bridal party and a few other
g-uests at a wedding breakfast at the
Anchorage. Later Mr. and Mrs. Felts
left for a southern bridal trip, and wiil
■ make their home in Richmond.
Mrs. J. L. Weller of Norfolk is the
guest of her son-in-law and daughter.
! Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Baggett, who
also had as their guests this week Mrs.
, Baggett's brother, Mr. Joseph L. Wel
I ler. Miss Florence Faucett, Miss Bea
I trice Wynn and Mr. Bower Patrick,
; all of Norfolk.
j Mr, and Mrs. Harold H. Martin en
: tertained informally Monday to cele
i brate their fifteenth wedding anniver
Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Brynes left
this week by motor to spend a month
in Savannah, St. Petersburg and
Miss Helen Norris Cummings will
leave Monday for Richmond to attend
the twro-day meeting of the Executive
Committee and Board of Directors of
the Virginia Federation of Women's
Clubs. Miss Cummings is chairman of
the State Committee on Americaniza
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Saunders left
today for their home in Boston after
a visit to Miss Blanche Rotchford.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clyde Smith
; have left for a month's visit to Miami,
Fla Others who have left during the
week to spend the remainder of the
winter in Miami are Mr. Robert E.
Knight and Mr. George W. Pettit.
Mrs. Henry Feagan entertained at
dinner last evening to celebrate Mr.
Feagan's birthday anniversary. The
other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leon
ard Grlmsley, Mr. and Mrs. William
Snead, Mr. and Mrs. William T.
Hawkins and Mrs. G. G. Groves.
LAYTONSVILLE. Md.. Jan. 15.—
Miss Virginia Griffith, who has been
visiting her mother. Mrs. Uriah Grif
fith, for several weeks, will leave short
ly to spend the winter with Mr. and
Mrs. Sanders and their family in
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Higgins have
purchased the farm belonging to Mr.
Clifford Howard near Etchison and
have moved from the Mobley home in
Mrs. Samuel Riggs and her daugh
ter, Mrs. Thomas Stewart, will enter
tain at a bridge luncheon Wednesday
MRS. N. J. COHEN,
Who, before her marriage January 9, was Miss Sadie R Rosen
daughter of Mrs. Rachel Rosen. Mr. and Mrs. Cohen are spend
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MISS ANNA LEE DONOVAN,
Whose parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward L. Donovan, announce
her engagement to Mr. Fran
cis Joseph Slattery, son of
Mrs. John Joseph Slattery.
MISS BERTIE ROSEN FELD,
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Rosenfeld, who an
nounce her engagement to
Mr. Eli Bielenkowitz of Brook
lyn. No date has been set for
Mrs. Roosevelt to
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt has ac
cepted an Invitation to be honor guest
at the annual dinner and "stunt'’
party to be given by the Women's Na
tional Press Club at the Willard Hotel
Saturday evening. March 5.
Prominent women from all sections
of the country come to Washington
each year to be present at this annual
frolic staged by the women of the
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MISS LOUISE DE LAWDER,
Whose engagement to Mr. James Joseph McAuliffe is announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. King De Lawder.
MISS ROBERTA ARMIGER
Whose parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Beane, announce
her engagement to Mr. Lyman
Judson Laughton, 3d, son of
Mrs. Mary A. Laughton and
the late Mr. Lyman J. Laugh
Will Take Place
TAUNTON, Va.. Jan. 15— Miss
Emil}' Timberlake, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Wayt B. Timber
lake, has chosen Saturday, Feb
ruary 12, as the date for her marriage
to Mr. John Watterscm, Jr., of Cleve
land. Ohio. *
The wedding will take place In Em
manuel Episcopal Church. Staunton,
Va., at 8 o'clock in the evening, with
the Rev. J. Lewi* Gibbs, rector, offi
A number of parties are being given
for Muss Timberlake. Mrs. Wallace
B. McFarland entertained at a bridge
luncheon at the Triangle Tea Room
Wednesday. Mrs. Thomas Hogshead,
Mrs. George B. Tullidge and Mrs. Wil
liam Tierney McIntyre will honor Miss
Timberlake Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Hogshead, on Madison place, at
a bridge luncheon, and Mrs. Herbert
McKelden Smith entertained at Wav
erly Hill yesterday afternoon at a
luncheon and bridge for Miss Timber
Of Interest here was the wedding
New Year day. in Pittsburgh, of Miss
Ella D. Higbee to Mr. Robert T.
Moseley of this city. Following the
ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Moseley left
for several months’ stay in Florida
before returning to their home in
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gray and their
daughter, Doris Gray, of Washington,
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mitchell and
their sons, De Wayne and Darrell
Mitchell of Louisville, Ky., have re
turned to their respective homes after
visiting in the home of the Rev. and
Mrs. R. F. Woods of Fort Defiance, Va.
Mrs. Richard S. Ker, who has spent
the last two months in Washington,
where she visited her brother-in-law
and sister. Col. and Mrs. Joseph F.
Siler, and her son, Capt. Howard Ker,
U. 8. A., has gone to Sarasota, Fla.,
to spend the rest of the winter months.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Alwyn Jacob jr.,
of Falcroft have gone to Palm Beach,
Fla., where they will spend several
months at the Breakers.
Col. and Mrs. Emory J. Middour,
the former superintendent at Staunton
Military Academy, have returned to
Staunton after spending the vacation
season in Greencastle, Pa.
Mrs. Hallie H. Henkel has closed
her home here and left for St. Peters
burg, Fla. She was accompanied as
far as Richmond by her daughter, Mrs.
Wilson W. Timberlake.
Mrs. James H. Woodward closed
her home here on returning from
Roanoke, where she spent Christmas.
She left this week for New York and
will sail to the Cape of Good Hope,
and from there back to the coast of
Africa on a cruise.
Egyptian Lashes Thick.
The chief peculiarity of the Egyp
tians is the remarkable thickness of
Mrs. Wells Jones
FALLS CHURCH, Va.. Jan 15.— t
Mrs. Wells Jones gave a mis- j
cellaneous shower tonight at
the home of her mother. Mrs.
William D. Edmonds of Palls Church,
In honor of Miss Eunice Nourse. whose
wedding to Mr. Leonard Welles of
Arlington has been set for Wednesday
afternoon, February 19. at 4:30
o'clock at the old Falls Church Epis
copal Church. The Rev. W. Leigh
Ribble will officiate and Mrs. John
Busick will be Miss Nourse's only at
Mrs. Jones' guests were Miss Katha
rine Moran. Miss Margery Jones, Miss
Carolyn Hiett, Miss Barbara Hiett,
Mrs. Monroe Palmer, Mrs. John Ball,
Mrs. Busick, Mrs. John Cline. Mrs.
John de Lashmutt, Mrs. Howard
Sharpe. Mrs. Earl Welles, Mrs. Wetzell,
Mrs. Philip Nourse. Mrs. W. B. Ed
monds. Miss Dorothy Banks. Mrs. W.
R. Rose. Mrs. Arthur Baur, Mrs. John
Demarest, Mrs. Donald Van der Wheel,
Mrs. Clara Reading, Miss Jane Cline,
Miss Louise Esty, Miss Carol Eastman,
Mrs. Charles Fenwick, Miss Clara
Stewart, Miss Marie Formad, Mrs. A.
H. Barbor, Mrs. Taylor Millard, Mrs.
George Butterworth, Mrs. Hubert Hoo
ver, Miss Kathleen Mercer, Miss Zoe
Wadsworth. Miss Mary Folger, Mrs.
Howard Wolf, Mrs. H. E. Cammel. Miss
Mildred Reeve. Miss Shelton Freeman,
Miss Alva Tyler, Mrs. Mary Leef, Miss
Alma C Swenson. Miss Helen Som
mers and Miss Webster.
Mrs. Versal Spalding entertained
informally at an evening bridge party
Tuesday Mrs. Charles R. Fenwick,
Mrs. Edward G. Fenwick, Mrs. Theo
dore H. Uhler, Mrs. Walter Granger,
Mrs. Frank M. Thompson. Mrs. How
ard Berger and Mrs. Kathleen Bow
man were the guests.
Mr*. 8. parry Grubb entertained
Mrs. Edward B. Rowan, Mrs. Albert
Miller, Mr*. William 8. Covington,
Mrs. Edward Vosbury and Mrs. Mar
tin at luncheon Friday.
Mrs. Rudolf Gustason entertained
Mrs. W. E. Crouch, Mrs. Stanley P.
Young, Mrs. Chester leishart, Mrs.
Ira Gabrielson, Mrs. Fred Lincoln,
Mrs. Dorr Green, Mrs. Albert M. Day,
Mrs. James Silver. Mrs. Leo Couch,
Mrs. Frank Earnshaw and Mrs. Milton
Furness Thursday at luncheon and
Mrs. T. M. Talbott entertained in
formally Thursday night at bridge fol
lowed by a late supper. Her guest*
were Mrs. John W. Gamer, Mrs. P.
H. Smythe, Mrs. Frederick W. Jones,
Mrs. Charles Marshall, Mr*. R. C. L.
Moncure, Mr*. Frederick Howard,
Mrs. George L. Robertshaw and Mrs.
Samuel R. Copper.
Mrs. Harry B. Crampton, Mrs. J.
Roy Johnson and Mrs. Felix Moore
were luncheon guests Monday of Mrs.
Herbert Coward at the Iron Gate Inn.
Mrs. J. Harold Spelman. Mrs. W. E.
Crouch, Mrs. James W. Brown, Mrs.
Herbert Coward, Mrs. Frank Porter,
Mrs. J. Roy Johnston and Mrs. Frank
lin P. Shaw were luncheon and bridge
guest* of Mrs. Felix Moore Tuesday.
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WARRENTON, Va., Jan. 15.—
Mr. and Mrs. Walter H.
Robertson have closed their
home, Atholstone, on Bethel
road, and are now in their apartment
on Culpeper street for the winter.
Mrs. William Wallace of New York
has leased an apartment in the Carter
house. Three Steps Down, on Win
chester street, and took possession this
week. Mrs. Wallace was formerly
Miss Lindsay Harrison, daughter of
the late Mr. Mitchell Harrison and
Mrs. Harrison, who now lives in New
York. She spent her childhood near
Warrenton when her parents lived at
Vine Hill Farm.
Mr. J. Green Carter left this week
for Fellsmere, Fla., where’he will spend
the winter. His brother-in-law, Judge
Richard Strong, accompanied him for
a month's visit.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Kenneth Jenkins
are spending this week in New York.
Mr. Milton Bennett is in Miami,
Fla., for the winter.
Mrs. S. J. Macs’, who is spending
the winter In Washington, was the
guest of Mrs. A. H. Serre for several
days this week.
Mrs. Ralph McKee will go to Wash
ington this week to stay with her
small grandson, Jackie Somerville,
while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. Somerville, go with a party of
friends on a three-week cruise to
Havana and the Canal Zone.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Buchanan
and Miss Polly Buchanan of Leny
Manor, Warrenton, left yesterday to
spend some time in Florida.
Miss Josephine Spilman of the Dell
left Monday to spend the winter with
Mr. and Mrs. John Harnesberger at
Eau Gallie, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver D. Filley of
; New York have returned to their
I country’ place near The Plains for the
| hunting. Mrs. Johnson L. Redmon
of New York is also at her country’
home near The Plains.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Jenkins
have closed their home. Leeton Hill.
Mrs. Jenkins and Mr. Richard J El
kins are in Washington and Mr. Jen
kins in Pittsburgh. Later the family
will go to Florida for some time.
To Be Honored.
Officers elected by the Ladies’ Aux
iliary of the Jewish Consumptives’ Re
lief Society of Denver will be inducted
into office next Wednesday at 2 p.m. at
the Jewish Community Center. Mrs.
Jack Veax will be in charge of the
The new officers are: Mrs. Martin
Mendelsohn, president; Mrs. Nathan
N. Wallack, first vice president; Mrs.
Joseph Millenson, second vice presi
dent; Mrs. Charles Goldsmith, third
vice president: Mrs. Sam Mirman, re
cording secretary; Mrs. H. Rubenstein,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. A. Mill
stein, assistant corresponding secre
tary; Mrs. Louis Kalichstein, financial
secretary, and Mrs. Hirsh De Laviez,
Plans for the Viennese night on
January 30 are nearly completed. The
event will be a benefit for the sani
torium at Denver. Mrs. Nathan N.
Wallack and Mrs. Hirsch De Laviez
are in charge of the dance and pro
gram. Mrs. I. E. Levinson is in charge
of the cabaret. Mrs. Louis Kalichstein
of 4120 Fourteenth street N.W. is in
charge of the tickets.
The West Virginia State Society of
the District will honor two Senators
and six Representatives with a recep
tion and dance January 20 at the
The reception will start at 9 p.m„
with David S. Davison, president of
the society, and Mrs. Davison heading
the receiving line, followed by the
guests of honor. Senator Mansfield M.
Neely and Mrs. Neely. Senator Rush
D. Holt, Representative Robert Lin
coln Ramsey and Mrs. Ramsey, Repre
sentative Jennings Randolph and Mrs.
Randolph, Representative Andrew Ed
m is ton and Mrs. Edmiston, Repre
sentative George W. Johnson and Mrs.
Johnson, Representative John Kee and
Mrs. Kee and Representative Joe L.
Smith and Mrs. Smith.
John W. Smith will receive at the
door, assisted by members of the Re
ception Committee. Col. Heber Rice,
assisted by James Morarity, will have
charge of the Floor Committee.
Dancing will be from 10 to 1 o’clock.
Dance to Be Given
By Illinois Society
To Honor Officers.
Military officers from Illinois will be
honored at the dance to be held by the
Illinois Society of Washington at
the Shoreham Hotel next Wednesday
evening. Among those now in Wash
ington are Brig. Gen. George P. Tyner,
Brig. Gen. Owen Seaman, Brig. Gen.
George P. Scrlven, Brig. Gen. John W.
Heavy, Grig. Gen. "Frederic D. Evans,
Brig. Gen. Charles Burnett, Col. James
M. Phaien, Col. William C. Rigby, Col.
George V. Strong, Col. Henry W.
Smalley and Col. Leslie M. MacDill.
Installation of the society officers
will be held, as follows: President,*
Frank K. Sanderson: first vice presi
dent, Miss Mae Murray; second vice
president, Dr. Charles J. Shellhorn;
third vice president, Clark H. School
ey; fourth vice president, Mrs. Grace
K. Cooper; secretary, Miss Dorothy
Deister; treasurer, Howard Law; his
torian, Miss Elsie Green.
The grand promenade and dancing
will begin promptly at 9:15.
Alms Seeker Out-Talked.
A seedy-looking man, approaching
a group of clergymen, was told by
one of them to ask alms of the dis
tinguished-looking bishop there in the
corner. The group watched as the
alms-asker talked to the bishop, who
began to speak very earnestly, the
other listening sullenly to the bishop.
The seedy-looking man, walking final
ly away, was asked what he got.
"'Got! Got nothing! He talked me
into giving him my last quarter for
his new church!”
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