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Notes From the Social Calendar of ^Washington and Its Environs
The Secretary of War
And Mrs. Woodring
Guests in Florida
Entertained at Palm Beach Dinner.
Mrs. John H. Overton Hostess
At Bridge Luncheon.
THE Secretary of War and Mrs. Harry H. Woodring were the
honor guests at a dinner dance given last evening In Palm
Beach. Fla., by Mrs. Plankinton Plaut. with whom they are
spending several days. Sharing honors with the cabinet officer
and Mrs. Woodring were Mr. and Mrs. Duke Shoop and Capt.
• William Richards, aide to Secretary Woodring, who also are visit
ing Mrs. Plaut. •
Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury.
Mrs. John H. Overton, wife of Senator Overton of Louisiana,
entertained today at a luncheon in the colonial room of the Ward
, man Park Hotel, later taking her guests to the solarium for bridge.
This is one in a series of bridge luncheons that Mrs. Overton is
giving this season.
The guests present were Mrs. Harllee Branch. Mrs. Overton
Brooke, Mrs. Paul Brown. Mrs. Adrien Fowler Busick, Mrs. Louis G.
Caldwell, Mrs. Dennis Chavez, Mrs. Robert D. W. Connor, Mrs.
Robert L. Doughton. Mrs. Allen J. Ellender. Mrs. William Phelps
Eno, Mrs. Alfred H. Ferrandou. Mrs. Claude Fuller, Mrs. Edward B.
Gibson, Mrs. J. D. Gilliam. Mrs. John K. Griffith. Mrs. Benjamin
Hill, Mrs. James Hughes, Miss Lucille Lecourt. Mrs. Paul H. Maloney.
Mrs. William Gibbs McAdon. Mrs. Robert H. McNeil. Mrs. Daniel
O’Connell, Mrs. John M. O’Connell, Miss Katharine Overton, Miss
' Ruth Overton, Mrs. Blake Palm. Mrs. Edward W. Pou, Mrs. Charles
E. Sanford. Mrs. D. C. Shea. Mrs. Morris Shepherd. Mrs. Eugene
Sykes, Mrs. Ewing Thomason, Mrs. Clinton Tribby. Mrs. Fred M.
Vinson, Mrs. Thomas Anthony Wadden, Mrs. Jonathan M. Wain
wright,, Mrs. Paul Wooton and Mrs. Laeey Zaph.
Mrs. Raymond Payne, wife nf Lt. Payne, U. R. N.. is visiting her
parents. Lt. Cnl. and Mrs. R. D. Brown, at the Oakland. Lt. Payne
Is with the fleet on maneuvers.
Mrs. Zahn. wife of Lt. John C. Zahn. U. R. N.. has come from
Pan Diego. Calif., and is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melville
Rhorey, while Lt. Zahn is on the spring cruise. Mrs. Zahn. before
her marriage three years ago. was Miss Betty Rhorey and she will
join Lt. Zahn on the Pacific Coast when he returns from the
present rruise.
Lt. R. H. Kessler, U. R. A., and Mrs. Kessler, who have been
^the guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. P. Clark
of Washington for the past, month, will leave tomorrow by motor
, for San Francisco, Calif, from where they will sail April If) for
Lt. Kessler's new station at the Philippines. Mrs. Kessler was
formerly Miss Margaret Clark.
" Society at Art Exhibit
Showing Sponsored by Mrs. Davis
; And Mrs. Garrett Draws Many.
By PHYLLIS THOMPSON.
WHAT could be more apropos
than an exhibition of
paintings of flowers and
fruit at this season of the
year! Everything was well timed and
* thought nut when Mrs. Dwight F.
Davis and Mrs. George Angus Gar
rett planned to hold such an exhibit
for the. final snowing of season at
♦ he Museum of Modern Art Gallery
of Washington. The flower-bedecked
hats of the ladies who viewed the
showing vied with the flowers on the
canvases and all conversations were
hinged on flowers yesierdav, since the
crowd that filled the gallery had come
directly either from a visit to the
cherry blossom scene or from the Rob
ert, Woods Bliss' gardens, to which
, the many friends of the owners had
^.heen particularly asked to see the
forsythift in bloom.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Davis enter
^ fained at a large luncheon yesterday,
having among their guests the French
Ambassador, Count de Saint-Quentin:
the Secretary of Agriculture and Mrs.
i Henry Wallace, Mr. Justice and Mrs.
Stanley F. Reed. Senator and Mrs.
Bennett Champ Clark. Senator and
* Mrs. Peler Goelet Gerry, the chairman
of the United States Tariff Commis
sion, Mr. Robert Lincoln O'Brien:
Miss Mabel Boardman and Mrs. Gari
Melchers of Virginia, widow of the
well-known painter, whose charming
"Flowers in a Yellow Pot" is hanging
In the gallery bearing No. 23.
A cheery, springlike atmosphere
permeated every rorner of the mu
seum. and all over again it. was evi
-deni that the. decoration and coloring
of walls and woodwork of the newly
„ founded gallery is par excellence. Mrs.
Davis added another breath of spring,
wearing a brown-and-white print dress
with a long jacket of the same ma
terial, a brown hat and a nosegay
of bright flowers pinned to the lapel
of the coat. Mrs. Garrett, a picture
in black frock with a cerise pink
bolera jacket of thin wool and r tiny
black hat trimmed with, wings and
veil to match the jacket, was accom
panied by Mr. Garrett and her father,
Mr. Peter Schields. Today found Mrs.
Garrett, up with the birds to motor
down to Virginia to hunt, while Mr.
Garrett is off for several days in New
York.
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Phillips were
» voluble in their praise of the pres
cent exhibit, and one of the favorite
pictures is Mrs. Phillips' own "Little
Bouguet,” which hangs below another
favorite, Nan Watson's "Anemones."
*■- Among the many patrons of the arts
who dropped in and remained for a
long time were the former United
States Ambassador to Italy and Mrs.
« Breckinridge Long. Mrs. Daniel C.
Stapleton and her daughter. Miss
Stellita Stapleton: Admiral and Mrs.
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APARTMENT HOTEL
| Mark Bristol. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
H Brooke, Mr. William R. Castle, ihe
Counselor of the Hungarian Lega
tion. M. Anthony rie Balasy: the First
Secretarv of the British Embassy, Mr.
Philip Mainwaring Broadmead. and
j the Australian Counselor, Mr. Keith
Officpr.
The Adviser on Folitiral Relations
j of the Department of state and Mrs.
! -lames Clemen: Dunn entertained at
luncheon also, and a numbpr of their
I guests attended the exhibition. Mrs.
Dunn wa; accompanied by her house
| guests, Mr and Mrs. Charles H. Mar
t shaltr Mrs. Marshall, formerly Miss
i Brooke Russell, the daughter of for
| mer commandant, of the Marine
| Corps, and Mrs. John H. Russell, left,
j today with her son, Mr. Arrthony D.
1 Kuser, for a trip to Williamsburg.
From New York by plane rame Mr.
Carroll Carstairs. head of the gallery
bearing his name in that, pity, and
others who stopped in during the aft
j omoon were Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm
j S. MeConihe and Mrs. Ingalls Sard
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Alpha Delta Pi
To Meet Tomorrow
The Washington Alumnae Associa
tion of Alpha Delta Pi will meet to
morrow evening at the home of Mrs.
George R Martin, 2230 California
street at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Harold S. Blackman will speak
on "The Gilbert and Sullivan Operas,"’
Her talk will be illustrated with musical
selections from several of the operas,
A short talk will be given on the Inter
national Convention of Alpha Delta Pi
to be held June 27 to July 1 at the
Seignory Club in the Province of
Quebec. Canada. Plans for the cele
bration of the 87th anniversary of
Alpha Delta Pi's founding will be dis
cussed. Alplta Delta Pi, which is the
oldest college sorority, was founded
May 15. 1851, at Wesleyan College,
Macon. Ga,
i Assisting the hostess will be Mrs.
Noble Boas. Miss Evelyn Kerr and
Miss Marian Boyle. All Alpha Delta
Pi's in the city are invited to attend.
Mrs. Bertram Luchs, with her young
son Martin have joined Mrs. Morris
Luchs in New York, where they are
guests of the latter's daughter,' Mrs.
Lester Hemmerdinger.
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Dr. and Mrs. Lester Neuman re
turned today from Hollywood. Fla.,
where they spent two w'eeks at the
Hollywood Beach Hotel.
Left to right: Olive Watson, Rosalind Rust. Lizette Little- her daughter Francine, March 21. Mrs. Whitten will entertain
hales. Joan Russell. Helen Fletcher and Marye Thomas photo- at a cocktail party tomorrow afternoon,
granhed at the birthday •party given by Mrs. Francis Whitten for
Franrine Whitten and Amy Stephens playing badminton at the party.
—Harris-Eu'ing Photos.
Residential
Society in
The News
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
Will Entertain
Guest.
Mr. AND MRS. WADE H. EL
LIS will have as their guest
this week Mrs. Trarv Guth
rie of Sewickley. Pa., .who
will arrive tomorrow. Mrs. Ellis will
entertain at luncheon Tuesday in
honor of her guest. who is a member
of the Sewickley Garden Club, and
the other guests will be the members
of the Alexandria Garden Club, to
which Mrs. Ellis belongs. Others in
vited to the luncheon, which will be
served in the ballroom of the Sul
grave Club, are Mrs. Daniel C. Sands
of Middleburg, president of the Vir
ginia Garden Club; Mrs. Robert B.
Moseley, a member of the Farm and
Garden Club of London, England,
and Miss Janet Richards.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Benton have
with them in their home in Chevy
Chase. Md.. their daughter. Miss Je.an
Elizabeth Benton, who has come to
I spend her spring vacation from Mount
Holyoke College.
Dr. and Mrs. ,T. B Nichols have
as their house guests their niece and
nephew. Mr and Mrs. Jason Russell,
from Detroit. A dinner was given in
their honor Saturday evening by Mr.
and Mrs. Charles A Park.
Mrs. Frank F. Mack is visiting her
! son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Mack, at their home,
Seir Hill, in Norwalk, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. Jarques Futrelle, jr„
left Saturday to motor to Georgia,
where they will visit relatives and
friends. They will return to their
home in Wesley Heights in about two
weeks.
Mrs. Henry D. Ralph was hostess
for a farewell party for Mrs. Charles
G. Woodward, who. with her family,
was among the first to move to Wesley
Heights when the section was opened.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Freeman of At
lantic City, who recently returned
from a trip to Australia, Hawaii and
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who Just, returned from St. Peters
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Miss Dwyer, who makes her home in
Clarksburg. W. Va , formerly lived in
Laytonsville, Md.
Mr. Arthur Clarendon Smith. Jr., a
student, at Washington and lee Uni
versity. is at home with his parents
for the Easter holidays.
Jubilee Luncheon.
The stiver jubilep donor luncheon
of the Sisterhood of the Eighth Street
Temple will take place at the Shore
ham Hotel on May lfi, when Mrs.
Franklin D. Roosevelt, will be the
guest speaker and Miss Liza Gardiner
will present a ballet.
The proceeds of the affair will go
toward rharities.
Mrs. Alvin Newmyer is chairman
and Mrs. Gustave Ring is co-chairman.
Diplomats’ Wives to
Be Honor Guests.
Senora dp Guashalla, wife of the
Bolivian Minister; Senorita Truccn,
dauehter of the Chilean Ambassador,
and Senora de Puga. wifp of the Air
Attache of the Chilean Embassy, will
lfc guests of honor at the World Fel
lowship luncheon at the Y. W. C. A.
Thursday.
The speaker will be Mrs. Rebecca
Revher. a widely traveled journalist,
who was a member of the Flying Car
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selor of the Legation of Switzerland and Mme. Freer, who enter
tained in honor of the departing Attache and Mme. Ernest Schlat
ter The Freers’ house has a delightful cosmopolitan interior and
its chalk-white walls throw into relief the large examples of Danish
furniture as well as the gay chintz-covered sofas and chairs The
enormous size of the lamp shades of ecru silk left us feeling as
diminutive as Alice in Wonderland tiptoeing to see over the toad
stool. Incidentally, the Freers have bought their home and obvi
ously do not agree with Representative Sol Bloom, who, though he
has lived in Washington many years, has never succumbed to buy
lng a home, for, he says. “No sooner does one of my colleagues buv a
house in Washington than the inconstant tides of politics turn.*’
The Swiss Minister and Mme. Peter were among the first
arrivals, as was the Counselor of the German Embassy and
Fran Thomsen. Mme. Schlatter de Roll stood with Fru'Wen
nerberg of the Swedish Legation, the latter accompanied by
her sister. Miss Schalbcrg. while M. Wennerberg. haring dis
covered some delectable cherry brandy, was drinking a toast
to our cherry blossoms. Others present were the Charles
Lucets and the young De Gramonts of the French Embassy
the Rumanian Charge. d'Affaircs and Mme. Babes with Eman
uel Dimitriu, Anthony de Balasy. M. and Mme. Kabelar. of the
Chechoslovakian Legation, M. and Mme, Molekamp and Air.
Paulus von Stolzmann.
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YESTERDAY found many occupied with outdoor activities. Rome
went to see the cherry blossoms, others to the McCormick
Goodharts , where an oyster roast was in progress, while the Thom
sens of the German Embassy went on a picnic and Ricardo Siri
took in the Zoo in his own words, “to give the animals something
to look at. With Siri were the other two members of the Argen
tine trio. Mariano Zuberbuhler and Miguel Quirno, affectionately
known as the three disgraces.
Later in the afternoon, as eventide iras fatliva. a number
of us repaired to the bachelor abode of Bob Knmclton for
cocktails in honor—again—of the Schlatters. Bob did the
honors royally, and a congenial group sat on the sofas and
made themselves comfortable on the deep-piled Chinese rugs.
Among those present were Rebeca Trucco. looking petitelv
demure in a black-and-white print with a white Dutch cap:
Huneeuses. Olga Patterson, as usual in dead black:
Mannix Walker, Philip Bonsai. Victor Rutro, sitting with the always
vivacious Fina Tudela; Caroline Cecil and Anne Child with Manuel
Trucco and Tommy Adams, while a new' face turned out to hp an
attractive cousin of Diana Rowland from Greenwich-Valle Ewing
—in town for a few' days.
Mrs. Strong (nicst
Of Honor at Tea.
Nearly inn camp counselors of Camp
Abena. Belgrade Lakes. Me., and their
friends were prrsent. at a tea Saturday
at the American Association of Uni
versity Women clubrooms in honor
of the new director of the ramp, Mrs j
William Van Duersen Strong of
Woodbridge. N. J.. who was in Wash
ington for the week end.
The guests were int.rodurpd by Mrs. 1
R. H. Rire. dramatic director at. Camp '
Abena. and Mrs. William Church, also
of Woodbridge, presided at the tea
table.
Mrs. Strong was accompanied to
Washington by her daughter. Mrs. |
Ormonde Wollebaerk. also of Wood- i
bridgp. and bv the dean of ramp !
counselors. Mrs. Oscar Oslen of Pas- j
sa;r. N. .T.. who bas been the guest
of Mrs. Rice during the last fpw days ;
at her home in Somerset. Md.
After the tea motion pictures of
the activities at Camp Abena were
shown.
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Mrs. Auslander
Honor Guest.
Mr*. Joseph Auslander. wife of Dr
Joseph Auslander. poetry consultant
at the Library of Congress, known in
th* literary world as Audrey Wurde- ;
man and winner of the 1335 Pulitzer '
Prize, was guest, of honor at a lunrh- i
con in the crystal room of the Willard ,
Hotel Saturday. Others attending
the luncheon were Mrs. Theodore
Tiller. Mrs. Charles L. Chambers. Miss j
Marguerite Merigold, Miss Emma M.
V. Triepel, Mrs. Theodore Cunning
ham. Mrs. Inez Tyler. Miss Tyler,
Mrs. Mary Meek Atkinson, Mrs.
Agnes McCall Parker. Miss Clara Man
derschied. Mrs. Joe Lewis. Mrs. Min
nie Briggs, Miss Ruby Nevtns. Mrs.
W. W. Scott, Mrs. Joe Pittle and Mrs.
Samuel M. Wassell.
Mrs. Auslander arrived several days
ago to act as secretary for her hus
band at. the Library of Congress. Mrs.
Auslander has contributed articles to
many magazines. Dr. and Mrs Aus
lander will make their home in Wash
ington.
Mrs. Jesse Sprinkle
Hostess Yesterday.
Representative .Tames Q Polk "f
Ohio and Mrs. Polk and the chancellor
of American University. Dr. Joseph
M. Gray, were in the receiving line
at a tea given yesterday by Mrs. Jes'c
Franklin Sprinkle of Battery Park. Md.
The tea was given in honor of Mrs
Sprinkie's son. Mr. Leland W. Sprinkle,
whose first scientific book was pub
lished during the past week.
Mrs. Sprinkle received her guests
wearing a lace gown of blossom pink.
The tables where tea and punch were
served were decorated with roses of
the same shade as the hostess' gown.
In addition to Representative and
Mrs. Polk and Dr. Gray, Mrs. Sprinkle
was assisted in receiving her guests
by Dr. Mark Meek Atkeson Moore.
Miss Mvrta Ethel Cavwood trnd Dr.
Glenn Rouse and Mrs Rouse. Mrs
Sprinkle also had assisting her a group
of young girls—Miss Mercedes Berry,
Miss Irma Koonce and Miss Ruth
Stuart, all of Washington, and Miss
Marjorie Heiner, Miss Constance EU
and Miss Charlotte Eisele of Battery
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Others who assisted Rt the tea wer<
Miss Mercedes Rhyne. Mrs John
Nathaniel Heiner, Mrs. Howard B.
Richardson and Mrs George E.
Pariseau.
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