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Out-of-Town
Weddings
Yesterday
Susanna Wilson
Married in
New York.
(Continued From First Page.)
ried a bouquet of yellow tulips. She
wore a white taffeta halo hat with a
short veil of illusion.
Miss Roberta Crew of Atlanta, Ga.,
who was maid of honor, and Mrs. Wil
liam Dial and Miss Billie Hotard,
the other attendants, wore gowns
like that of the matron of honor's.
Miss Crew carried orchid tulips and
Mrs. Dial and Miss Hotard carried
bouquets df rose tulips.
Mr. Terry Bernard Patterson of
Orlando. Fla., was the best man and
the ushers were Mr. William Aker
man, Mr. William Dial, Mr. John
Lavin. Mr. Howard Phillips, Mr. Oak
ley Andrews of Orlando and Mr.
Ottow Wettstein, 3d, of Ocola, Fla.
A reception was held immediately
following the ceremony at the home
of the bride's mother. Only the
members of the immediate families
and members of the wedding party
were present. Mrs. Mizener wore a
blue stitched chiffon gown with a lace
hat to match and a corsage of yellow
roses, and Mrs. Andrews wore a white
crepe gown with a hat to match and
a corsage of yellow- roses.
When Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, jr.,
left on a wedding trip the latter wore
a three-piece beige suit trimmed in
beige fox with matching accessories.
They will make their home in Winter
Park, Fla.
The bride attended the Principia
Preparatory School and Junior Col
lege in St. Louis and Rollins College.
The bridegroom attended the Law
College at the University of Florida
in Gainesville and is practicing law
in Orlando.
Miss Frances de Lashmutt
Wed to Mr. Renshawe, Jr.
'J'HE marriage of Miss Frances Carle
ton de Lashmutt, daughter of
Judge and Mrs. Donald Ayres de
Lashmutt of Rockville, Md., to Mr.
Winslow Renshawe. jr.. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Winslow Renshawe of Gar
ret Park, Md., took place at high
noon yesterday.
The ceremony was performed in All
Saints' Episcopal Church in Frederick,
Md.. where several generations of the
De Lashmutt family who were pioneer
residents of Frederick County have at
tended church. The Rev. Malcolm
Taylor, pastor of the church, per
formed the ceremony.
The bride wore for her wedding an
ensemble of wedgewood blue wool
With navy blue accessories. Her cor
sage bouquet was of lilies of the valley
and gardenias.
Miss Betty Fenton de Lashmutt was
her sister's maid of honor and Miss
Ruth Cissel was the only bridesmaid.
Mr. Alexander Fullerton Prescott, 3d,
was the best man.
Following the ceremony a wedding
luncheon was served at the Francis
Scott Key Hotel in Frederick, which
was attended by the wedding party
and the immediate relatives of the
bride and bridegroom.
Later in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs.
Renshawe left for a Northern trip.
On their return they will make their
future residence in Rockville.
Miss Blanche Wilkinson
Wed to Mr. Lechlider.
'T'HE wedding of Miss Blanche
Roberta Wilkinson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilkinson of Sil
ver Spring, Md„ and Mr. Elmer John
Lechlider, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles |
Lechlider of Colesville, Md„ took place
Thursday afternoon at 4 o’clock at
the Church of Ascension in Silver
Spring, the Rev. James S. Cox officiat
ing. White carnations and white can
dles against a background of ferns
and palms formed an effective setting
for the wedding party. Mrs. William
Nixon, organist of the church, played
selections of wedding music, and Mrs.
Louis Horner of Silver Spring sang.
The bride, who was given in mar
riage by her father, wore an afternoon
frock of sea blue crepe, made with
a silk lace yoke and three-quarter
length sleeves of lace in sea blue color.
The neckline was low and V-shaped
In the front. With this she wore a
beige crepe turban with a short brown
veil, beige accessories and a corsage
bouquet of orchids and lilies of the
valley.
Miss Edna Cowell of Silver Spring
was maid of honor, wearing a beige
crepe afternoon dress with dusky rose
accessories. Her small-brimmed crepe
hat was of dusky rose and she wore
a corsage of talisman roses.
Mrs. Wilbur D. Cissel of Colesville
was bridesmaid. Her gown was of
dusky rose crepe made on lines similar
to that of the maid of honor’s dress,
and she wore a small hat in dusky rose
with accessories to match and a cor
«age bouquet of talisman roses.
The best man was Mr. Wilbur Cissel
of Colesville and the ushers were Mr.
Walter A. Henderson, jr., of Silver
Spring, a cousin of the bride, and Mr
Philip Cissel of Colesville.
Following the ceremony a reception
was held at the home of the bride's
great aunt, Miss Nettie Vaughan and
of her aunt, Miss Ethel Wilkinson, on
Sligo avenue, in Silver Spring. Pink
snapdragons and ferns were used as
decorations.
Later Mr. and Mrs. Lechlider left
on a wedding trip to New York, the
bride wearing a beige-colored travel
ing costume of wool crepe, with a box
plaited jacket, trimmed in London tan
and in orange; a small beige hat and
beige accessories. On their return
they will make their home in Coles
ville.
The bride is a graduate of Mont
gomery Blair High School and is em
ployed in the office of the cleric of the
Circuit Court at the Rockville Court
house. She is a past honored queen
of the Silver Spring Bethel of Job’s
Daughters and an officer of the local
chapter of the Eastern Star. Mr. Lech
lider is a graduate of Fairland High
School.
Mias Mary Terrill
Wed in Honolulu.
ANNOUNCEMENT has been re
ceived from Honolulu of the mar
riage of Miss Mary Benson Terrill,
daughter of Mrs. Esther D. Terrill of
Haymarket, Va., and Washington, and
the late Mr. Frank Frazer Terrill of
Lahore, Orange County, Va., to Mr.
Thomas Ashton L. Lightner, son of
Mr. M. H. Lightner and the late Mrs.
Llghther.of Haymarket.
The wedding took place at 4 o’clock
Tuesday afternoon, February 8, in the
picturesque little St. Clement’s Epis
copal Chapel in Honolulu, with the
Rev. E. Tanner Brown officiating.
The bride wore a white suit with a
white corsage of gardenias and tube
roses and white accessories. The cou
Miss Thelma L. Pickett, ivhose parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Pickett, announce her engagement to Mr. Samuel C. Skinner, jr.
—Harris-Ewing Photo.
Center: Miss Evelyn May Bodwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Anson Lewis Bodwell, ivhose engagement to the Rev. Elmer
Niles Hassell is announced.
1
Engagements
Announced
Today
Claire Flanders
To Be Bride of
Mr. Gerth.
_(Continued Prom First Page.)
and American University, in Wash
ington. For the past several years
Mr. Gerth has been a member of
the staff of the executive offices of
the White House.
Mr. Gerth and his bride will make
their home in Washington.
Mrs. Sullivan Announces
Daughter's Engagement.
VJRS. ELIZABETH T. SULLIVAN
announces the engagement of her
daughter Marie Louise to Mr. Charles
Edward Bodson. Miss Sullivan is the
daughter of the late John D. Sulli
van and granddaughter of former Rep
resentative J. Montgomery Thornburgh
of Knoxville, Tenn.
Mr. Bodson, who is the son of Mr.
John J. Bodson and the late Mrs.
Mary V. Dodson of Bayonne, N. J.
He is an attorney in the Criminal
Division of the Department of Jus
tice.
The wedding will take place May 10.
_ I
Miss Cranston's Engagement
Is Announced.
rAR. AND MRS. WILLIAM J.
^ CRANSTON of Kingston, N. Y„
have announced the engagement of j
their daughter Harriet to Mr. Wil- j
liam Eber Woodruff, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Eber Blaine Woodruff of Wash
ington.
Miss Cranston is a graduate of
Mount Holyoke and received her mas
ter’s degree at Brown University.
Mr. Woodruff is a graduate of Dart
mouth College.
The wedding will take place in May
in Kingston.
Miss Elizabeth Bryant James
Engaged to Mr. Barrett.
jyjR. AND MRS. A. HAND JAMES
of Washington announce the
engagement of their daughter, Eliza
beth Bryant, to Mr. William Charles
Barrett of Raleigh and Laurinburg,
N. C.
The wedding will take place April
16 in the First Presbyterian Church
at Laurinburg.
Mr. Barrett is in the banking busi
ness in Raleigh. Mr. James is secre
tary to Senator Bailey.
Miss Frances Nettle ton
Engaged to Cadet Offer.
jyjR. AND MRS. LEIGH L. NET
TLETON announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Frances
Adalinda, to Cadet Robert Davis
Offer, son of Maj. and Mrs. Irving
D. Offer of La Jolla, Calif.
Miss Nettleton is a graduate of
Western High School, class of 1934,
and is now a senior at George Wash
ington University, where she will re
ceive her B. A. degree in June. She
is a member of Beta Alpha Chapter
of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority and is the
secretary of that organization.
Cadet Offer is a member of the
first class, Corps of Cadets, United
States Military Academy, and pre
viously attended Cornwall Prepara
tory School, New York. The wedding
will take place some time after Mr.
Offer’s graduation from West Point
this June.
Miss Bodwell’s Engagement
To Rev. Elmer Hassell Is Announced.
MR- AND MRS. ANSON LEWIS
Bodwell announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Evelyn May,
to the Rev. Elmer Niles Hassell of
Hampton, Va., who was formerly as
sistant pastor of the Rhode Island
Avenue Methodist Protestant Church
in Washington.
The wedding will take place
April 30.
Miss Thelma Pickett to Wed •
Mr. Samuel C. Skinner, jr.
AND MRS. E. A. PICKETT an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Thelma L., to Mr. Samuel
!
pie was attended by Mr. and Mrs.
Hosmer Rolph, friends of Mr. Lightner.
The bride, who was a teacher in
Prince William County Schools, ar
rived in Honolulu from the mainland
on the Mariposa, Monday, February 7,
and was met by Mr. Lightner, who
went by plane from Kahulul, Maui.
After a week’s wetting at the Moana
Hotel on Waikiki Beach, the couple
sailed for the island of Maui, and
will spend two weeks at Kula before
going to Kahulul, where they will be
pennamently located.
-1
C. Skinner, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Skinner.
The wedding will take place In
June.
Miss Boran Will Marry
Mr. William Lady.
jyjR. AND MRS. J. W. BORAN an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Frances May, to Mr. William
Thurston Lady, son of Dr. and Mrs.
William F. Lady of Washington.
The wedding will take place Satur
day, April 16, at the Emmanuel
Church of Anacostia.
Miss Izetta Lucas
Engaged to Mr. De Voll.
jyjRS. ERNEST ELLSWORTH
LUCAS announces the engage
ment of her daughter, Izetta Saun
ders, to Mr. Paul Francis De Voll, son
of Mrs. Marie Esther De Voll. The
wedding will take place Friday in the
Rectory of St. Anthony's Church.
Miss Esta Siegel
to Wed Mr. Malkin.
MR; AND MRS. JACOB SIEGEL of
Atlanta, Ga., announce the en
gagement of their daughter Esta to
Mr. Abraham David Malkin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Malin of Miami,
Fla. The wedding will take place in
Atlanta, April 10.
Miss Helen Robbins
Engaged to Mr. Clark.
CLARENCE ALBERT ROB
BINS announces the engagement
of her daughter. Helen Virginia, to
Mr. George Andrew Clark, son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. George Andrew
Clark. The wedding will take place
in October.
Miss Robbins is a graduate of Mc
Kinley High School and is a member
of Beta Mu Sorority.
Mr. Clark is also a graduate of Mc
Kinley High School.
Miss Holmes' Engagement
Announced to Mr. Everett.
TV/JR. AND MRS. CHARLES E.
HOLMES of Riverdale, Md., an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Helen Bovee, to Mr. Charles
Edward Everett, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Everett of Washington.
The wedding will take place April
15.
Falls Church
Birthday
Party
ALLS CHURCH. Va.. March 12.
—Mrs. J. H. Chambliss enter
tained at a birthday dinner
party Wednesday evening in
honor of her daughter, Miss Donna
Carroll.
Mrs. Alexander Galt was hostess at
an evening party Thursday.
Mrs. Edward T. Fenwick and her
daughter, Mrs. Donald Addle of Mon
treal, and Miss Katherine Fenwick re
turned this week from a six-week trip
to Florida. Mrs. Addle will return to
Montreal shortly, leaving there to make
her home in Indianapolis.
Mr. Eldridge Church and his brother,
Mr. Northrup Church, who have been
touring in Europe for the past month,
raturped home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold Spelman
returned this week from a three-week
trip through the South.
Miss Mary Lane of Charlottesville
is a guest of her parents, Brig. Gen.
and Mrs. Rufus H. Lane.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Alexander of
Charlottesville are the guests of their
parents, the Rev. and'Mrs. Alexander
Galt.
Mr. Brent Meade of Petersburg, Va.,
is a guest of Mrs. C. W. Boyd.
Mrs. Welles Gray entertained at
luncheon and bridge Monday.
Mr. Edwin Johnston of Amarillo,
Tex., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Roy Johnston.
Mrs. John W. Garner entertained
two tables of bridge at a bullet supper
Thursday evening.
Lt. W. B. Moore, U. S. N., of An
napolis has been the guest of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Moore, for
the past week. Sunday evening Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Van Leer, Mrs. Bessie
Beaman and Miss Charlotte Beaman
were supper guests of Mrs. Felix Moore.
Mrs. Edward B. Rowan entertained
at luncheon on Friday.
Luncheon-Musicale
To Honor Mr. Mouton
Representative Robert L. • Mouton
will be the guest of honor at the
International Art Forum luncheon
musicale at Wesley Hall Saturday
afternoon.
Hostesses will be Mme. Amelia Conti,
founder-president, and Mrs. Franceska
Lawson, social chairman. A musical
program will be given by Helen Robl
chaux, lyric soprano, and Francis Bar
nard, baritone, assisted at the piano
by Myrtle Alcorn and Margaret Fi
gueroa.
Miss Helen Virginia Robbins, whose engagement to Mr.
George Andrew' Clark is announced by her mother, Mrs. Clar
ence Albert Robbins.
‘Big Apple’ Luncheon
Given in Alta Vista
i
Mrs. Benj. T. Elmore Hostess.
Other Social Activities
In Nearby Maryland.
ONE of the largest parties in the Bethesda neighborhood
during the past week was the luncheon given Wednesday
by Mrs. Benj. T. Elmore at The Cedars, her home In
Alta Vista.
Mrs. Elmore called the luncheon a “Big Apple” luncheon
because apples were used as decorations on the long table where
the luncheon was served. In the dining room was also a spray of
gardenias and a vase of spring flowers that were given to the
hostess by the guests at the luncheon.
Mrs. Elmore wore at the luncheon a gown of green and white
print and a corsage of orchids that were given her by Prof. David
Lumsden, who develops rare varieties of orchids in his private
green house in Battery Park.
Guests at the luncheon were the officers of the Woman’s Club
of Bethesda with- which Mr. Elmore was at one time associated
and a few of their close friends. The guest list included Mrs. L.
L. Nicholson, Mrs. Edward L. Morrisson, Mrs. Reginald B. Looker,
Mrs. Edward M. Willis, Mrs. Ford E. Young, Mrs. Frank Halliday!
Mrs. J. J. Miller, Mrs. E. A. A. Dunn, Mrs. David Lumsden, Mrs.
J. Herbert Robinson and Mrs. Preston Carter Alexander.
Mrs. Elmore will leave Tuesday for*!*
an absence of several weeks, and on
her return in April she will give the
sixth and last of this series of bi
weekly luncheons that she has given
during the winter.
Senator and Mrs. Lundeen
Dinner Guests.
Senator and Mrs. Ernest Lundeen
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
William Nelson Morell last evening.
Other guests at. the dinner, which
was held at the Morell home in Edge
moor, were Miss Norine McCarran, the
younger daughter of Senator Pat Mc
Cafran of Nevada and Mrs. McCarran;
Col. Shepherd L. Pike and Mrs. Pike
and Mr. Ernest Lundeen, Jr., and his
sister, Miss Joan Lundeen.
Representative David J. Lewis will
be in Somerset tomorrow to be one
of the guests at a reception and mu
sical which will be given tomorrow i
evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Sidney S. Jaffe, whp returned last
week from a six-week stay in Mexico.
Tomorrow’s reception is the annual
musical thab is given each year in
March by the Woman’s Club of Somer
set and the guests who have been
invited to be present are the members
of the club and their friends.
The evening’s program will be fur
nished by Mrs. Charles Imlay of Wash
ington and Mrs. Roy Palmer of Somer
set, both of whom are talented mu
sicians. Others on the program will
be Mr. Leon Saylor and Dr. Victor
Jaffe, the son of the host and hostess,
and young David Palmer, the son of
Mrs. Palmer, who will play several of
his own compositions.
Mrs. Jaffe will be assisted in receiv
ing the guests by Mrs. William D.
Shoemaker of Drummond.
Mrs. James McRae Bethea of New
York was in Chevy Chase Gardens
for part of the past week for a short
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
B. Treadwell, Mrs. Bethea was a class
mate or Mrs. Treadwell when they
both were students at Sweet Briar
College, at Sweet Briar, Va.
Mrs. Gilbert D. Beebe, who has been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James B.
Carry of Drummond for the past
month, expects to return this week to
her home in Westerly, R. I.
Mrs. Eugene C. Doyle
To Be Bridge Hostess.
Mrs. Eugene C. Doyle of Edgemoor
will be hostess at a small bridge party
tomorrow evening.
Miss Jean Dulin of Friendship
Heights went to Annapolis Friday aft
ernoon to attend the Navy relief en
tertainment given by the officers of
the Naval Academy and their wives.
Last night Miss Dulin was a guest at
the Saturday night “hop” at the
academy.
Mrs. Wells Warren Spence of New
York was in Somerset this week to
visit Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Starratt.
Mrs. Spence is the former Miss Emily
Starratt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Starratt.
Mrs. Carl Underwood of Westmore
land Hills entertained at a bridge
breakfast Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barker of
Westmoreland Hills are vacationing
in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver F. Busby were
hosts at a dinner bridge Wednesday
evening.
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Miss Frances May Boran,
who will wed Mr. William
Thurston Lady. Announce
ment is made by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Boran.
^ —Brooks Photo.
Residential
Notes of
Fairfax
Miss Lois Wright
To Arrive From
Mexico.
AIRFAX, Va, March 12.—Miss
Lois Wright, who has spent
some time in Mexico, will ar
rive in Fairfax the first of the
week to visit her nephew and niece,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pickett, before
returning to her home, in Portsmouth,
Va.
Miss Mary Walton McCandlish,
daughter of Mrs. F. Sheild McCandlish,
is spending this week end with her
sister. Miss Nancy McCandlish, who
is a senior at Sweet Briar College.
Miss Mary Frances Cooper, formerly
of Fairfax but now of New York, and
Mr. Henry De Jarnette of Orange,
Va., have returned to their homes after
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tan
sill Oliver, jr.
Mrs. John S. Barbour entertained at
tea Tuesday afternoon in her resi
dence, the Oaks, following a meeting
of the Fairfax Garden Club.
Miss Mary Leigh Hubbard has re
turned to Fairfax, where she makes her
home with Miss Ida Jones, after a
short visit with her mother, Mrs. John
Hubbard, in Charles City County, Va.
Miss Ida Jones was the week end
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry
Smith in Alexandria.
Mrs. Charles Pozer is spending Sev
eral weeks in Fairfax before returning
to Sheffield. Ala., where Maj. Pozer
is stationed.
Miss Virginia Collins of Washington
was the week end guest of Mrs. M. A.
Mitchell and the Misses Mitchell.
MISS HELEN CHRISTINE
KRAFTHOFER,
Whose parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ludwig F. Krafthofer, an
nounce her engagement to Mr.
Stanley Clark Lore.
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Gay Parties
Enjoyed in
Quantico '
Officers Returning
From Maneuvers
In Puerto Rico.
UANTICO, Va„ March 12.—
This was a week of informal
entertaining, with many gay
parties in the offing when the
officers return from the maneuvers in
Puerto Rico.
Capt. and Mrs. Stanley E. Ridder
hof entertained at a cocktail party
at their quarters yesterday afternoon.
Miss Rita Carroll, daughter of Lt.
Comdr. and Mrs. Walton C. Carroll,
was hostess at bridge and tea Monday
afternoon, entertaining at the quarters
of her parents.
Mrs. Carl W. Nelson entertained at
dinner Tuesday evening.
Col. and Mrs. Holmes
Week End Guests. ,
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Maurice G. Holmes
are the guests this week end of Lt. Col.
and Mrs. Robert Blake of Washington,
who entertained at dinner this eve
ning at the Army-Navy Country Club.
Mrs. Donald J. Kendall, wife of
Maj. Kendall, U. S. M. C., and her
daughter, Mary Cary Kendall, have
arrived here from Panama, and are
the guests of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Allen
H. Turnage. Mrs. Kendall and Mrs.
Tumage are sisters.
Maj. and Mrs. Paul Lesser and their
family, who have recently returned
from China, are new members of this
command.
Mr. Lawrence White, who is a stu
dent at Staunton Military Academy,
is spending this week end on the post
with his parents, Comdr. and Mrs.
John R. White.
Mr*. James D. Waller
Visiting in Norfolk.
Mrs. James D. W’aller has gone to
Norfolk for a visit and to be there
when her husband, Maj. Waller, re
turns from the maneuvers.
Mrs. Caleb T. Bailey, wife of Capt.
Bailey of Alexandria, entertained at
luncheon and bridge at the Army
Navy Country Club Wednesday after
noon.
Lt. Howard C. Bernet, U. S. N„ and
Mrs. Bernet are spending this week
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