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Of General
] Mrs. Negele Bride
Of Mr. Luther in
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St. Francis Xaver Church, which was
decorated with palms and white flow
ers. yhe Rev. Father Buckley offici
The bride, who was given in mar
riage by Mr. Herbert Gorden. wore a
white satin gown, and carried bride's
roses and valley lilies.
Mrs. Rose March was the matron
of honor, in a pink net gown, and
j carried pink roses.
Miss Anne Kleckner and Miss Edith
Gilbert were the bridesmaids, and
they wore blue net dresses and carried
pink roses.
' Miss Lily Ann March, in pink net.
was the flower girl, and carried a
basket of pink rones.
Mr. George Dattore of Washington
was best man, and the ushers were
Mr. Ray Muenser and Mr. Carl Beck
! with of Washington.
A reception at 2124 Minnesota
avenue S E.. followed the ceremony.
The bride's mother wore navy and
white chiffon, and the mother of the
bridegroom wore blue lace. Out-of
town guests for the wedding were Mr.
Elwyn Chase of Springfield, Mass.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chase of New
The bride wore a dress of navy and
white sheer with white accessories as
her going-away costume.
Mr. and Mrs. Dattore will reside in
Henderson-Simmon* Marriage
Held Saturday Afternoon.
I THI marriage of Mias Eileen Vir
ginia Simmons of Silver Spring.
1 Md.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
I C. Simmons of Prince Frederick, Md.,
i and Mr. Ralph Leonard Henderson of
Washington, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Reagan L. Henderson of Miami. Fla.,
took place Saturday afternoon in the
Francis Asbury Church in Washing
ton. The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. E. C. Beery.
The bride wore a becoming gown of
white mousseline de aoie over taffeta,
fashioned with a very full skirt, short
puffed sleeves and a high neckline.
Her picture hat was of starched lace
and she carried a bouquet of mixed
garden flowers.
Miss Maxine Smith of Washington
was maid of honor, wearing a light
blue frock of organsa with a picture
hat to match, and white accessories.
Her bouquet also was of garden
The best, man was Mr. Arthur
Dorsch of Washington.
Following the ceremony a reception
was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mordecal J. Exeklel of Bethesda, Md.
Upon their return from a wedding trip
to Florida, where they will visit Mr.
Henderson's parents, they will make
their home at 7611 Georgia avenue,
where they have taken an apartment.
The bride is a graduate of Wilson
Normal School and has been a mem
ber of the faculty of the Woodside,
Md., Elementary School for the past
two years. Mr. Henderson is studying
medicine at George Washington Uni
Ml* Henrietta Darrieulat
Wed to Lt. Phelan.
THE marriage of Miss Henrietta
Darrieulat. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Darrieulat of Dickerson.
Md.. and Ithaca, N. Y„ to Lt. Donald
Abeel Phelan, son of Maj. and Mrs.
Cyril A. Phelan of South Norwalk.
Conn., took place Thursday at West
Point. N. Y. The ceremony was per
formed, by the Rev. George G. Murdock
in the chapel of the Most Holy Trinity.
The bride, given in marriage by her
brother-in-law, Lt. Kenneth D. Nich
ols. wore a dress of silver Swiss or
gandy and a tulle flnger-tip veil held
in place by a coronet of white roses.
She carried a bouquet of white roses,
lilies of the valley and gypsophlla.
Miss Marie-Loulae Darrieulat, sister
of the bride, was her only attendant.
She wore com-flower blue marqul
sette and carried a bouquet of yellow
roses and delphiniums to mktch her
The groom's brother, Cadet Roger
Phelan, was best man, and the ushers
were: Lt. Benjamin Beasley, Lt. Fer
dinand Tate, Lt. Paul Berkowlts and
Lt. Clarence Haug.
A small reception was held at the
home of Lt. and Mrs. Kenneth D.
Nichols following the ceremony. «
The bride attended the University
of Maryland and the Ithaca Con
servatory of Music. Hie groom was
graduated from West Point in 1035
and is a first lieutenant in the Corps
of Engineers.
He has been stationed since at Fort
Belvoir, Va.. and Fort Knox, Ky„ and
now is doing graduate work at Cornell
Lt. and Mrs. Phelan will tour the
New England States and Canada, and
will reside at 530 Thurston avenue,
Ithaca, N. Y.
Miss Claude Brown Bride
Of Mr. B. 8. Roberts. %
THU Silver Spring (Md.) Baptist
Church was the scene of the wed
ding Thursday evening of Miss Claude
K. Brown, daughter of Mrs. Nancy B.
Brown of Richmond, Va.. and Mr.
Benjamin S. Roberts of Philadelphia
and Silver yBpring, son of Mrs. Helen
P. Roberts of Philadelphia. The cere
mony was performed by the Rev. J.
Wesley Loftis, pastor of the Silver
Spring Baptist Church. Yellow lilies,
white hydrangeas, ferns and lighted
candles decorated the church.
Given in marriage by her brother.
Mr. J. Bryan Brown of Richmond,
Va.. the bride wore a gown of white
embroidered net, with three bends of
white grosgrain ribbon terminating In
bows in the front trimming the short,
shirred bodice. The long skirt flared
gracefully at the bottom, and the
sleeves were short and puffed. A
shoulder veil of net fell hpm her white
turban and she wore lace mitts and
carried a bouquet of white gladioli,
white larkspur and gypsophella.
Miss Jessie Brown of Richmond, Va.,
sister of the bride, was maid of honor,
wearing a peach-colored dress made
in iong-walsted style, with short
puffed sleeves and a square neckline.
Three bands of powder-blue ribbon
were set in the long, full skirt, and
her large leghorn hat had a crown
of peach and blue georgette ending
in streamers at the waist. She wore
powder blue lace mitts and slippers
to match and carried a bouquet of
peach gladioli and blue delphinium.
Mr. Charles Beinemenn of Balti
more, Md.. was best man. The ushers
were Mr. R. M. Pemberton of Silver
Spring and Mr. John Huebech of
Following the ceremony a reception
»“ held at the residence of Mr. and
Mr*. Robert H. Pemberton, with whom
the bridegroom has been making his
home. Hydrangeas, pompom daisies
and ferns decorated the various rooms
of the house and the table had lighted
candles with the three-tiered wedding
cake circled with fern. Most of the
guests who attended were from Phil- j
adelphia, Richmond, Vienna, Va.; \
Baltimore and Washington. Mrs. |
Brown, mother of the bride, wore a
gown of blue lace with white acces
sories. The bridegroom * mother was
in navy lace with white accessories,
and Mrs. Pemberton, the hostess, wore
a print chiffon gown with a wide
brimmed London tan hat and accea-;
sories of beige and tan.
Mr. and Mrs, Roberts left later in
the evening on their wedding trip, the!
bride wearing a navy blue crepe
ensemble with navy accessories trim
med in white. On their return they
will make their home at 2543 Four
teenth street in Washington.
Mr. Roberts is a graduate of Staun
ton Military Academy and the bride
is studying music in Richmond.
Mies Anna Withers Wad
Ta Mr. Philip Di Zeregat
daughter of Mr*. Caskie Withers
and the late Mr. Withers of Sterling,
Va.. became the bride of Mr. Philip
Di Zcrega. son of Mr. and Mrs. Augus
tus Di Zerega of Aldle, Va., Thursday
ihorning. The ceremony took place
in the Church of Our Redeemer at
Aldie with the Rev. D. Campbell
Mayers, rector, officiating. The church
was decorated with a profusion of
spring flowers.
The bride, who was given in mar
riage by her grandfather, Mr. Prank
T. Anderson, wore a white dupont
acetate dress, with white accessories:
a corsage of white rosebuds, and a
gold cross belonging to a great, great,
great aunt. Mrs. Rosa Wilkins. She
carried a white prayer book.
Mrs. Lee Poland of Washington was
matron of honor for her sister, wear
ing a powder blue lace dress with
corresponding accessories and a cor
sage of carnations.
Mr. Dl Zerega had as his best man
his brother, Mr. John Peyton Harri
son Di Zerega. The ushers were Mr.
James Gasquet Dl Zerega of Leesburg,
Mr. Louis Dl Zerega of Alexandria,
Mr. Richard G. Dl Zerega of Wash
ington and Mr. William Luck Dl Ze
rega of Washington, all brothers of
the bridegroom, and Mr. Thomas
Francis Tyler and Mr. William Bruce
Anderson of Frederick, Md., uncles
of the bride.
Following the ceremony a reception
was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
T. Francis Tyler, uncle and aunt of
the bride. The couple were assisted
in receiving by Mrs. Withers, in
printed chiffon, white accessories and
corscge of carnations, and Mrs. Di
Zerega, in black chiffon, with white
corsage and accessories, and Mr. and
Mrs. F. T. Anderson, grandparents of
the bride. Others assisting were Mrs.
C. G. Tyler of Aldie and Mrs. Augus
tus Dl Zerega of Leesburg, who pre
sided at the punch bowls; Mrs. F. T.
Anderson and Mrs. D. L. Hutchinson
at the tea table, and Mrs. H. R. Til
lette and Mrs. Theodore Dl Zerega, who
served ices.
The couple left later for a Northern
trip, the bride wearing a blue knit
dress with beige accessories. Upon
their return they will reside in Aldie.
where Mr. Dl Zerega is the principal
of the Aldie High School.
Mis* Scheer Married
To Mr. George Blanken.
THE marriage of Miss Beulah Scheer,
A daughter of Mrs. Frances Scheer of
Washington, to Mr. Oeorge Blanken,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Blanken of
this city, took place yesterday after
noon at 4 o'clock at the home of
Rabbi Harry Silverstone.
The bride wore a white gabardine
suit with a white chiffon blouse and
hat to match, and her corsage was
of red rose buds and white sweet peas.
She was attended by Mis* Eva
Blanken. sister of the bridegroom. The
best man was Mr. Charles Egber of
this city. Immediately after the cere
mony Mr. and Mrs. Blanken left for
Atlantic City, and after July 1 will
be at home at 5408 First place N.W..
where they have taken an apartment.
Miss Throck Morton
Sets Wedding Date.
MIm Helen Throck Morton, daugh
ter of Mra. James Throck Morton of
Arlington and the late Mr. Throck
Morton of Culpeper. Va., has selected
August 10 as the date of her wedding
to Dr. James Robert Shankltn. son of
Dr. and Mrs. Richard B. Shanklin1
of Gary. W. Va.
The ceremony will take place in St.
Mary's Episcopal Church on the Glebe
road in Virginia, with the Rev. John
G. Sad tier officiating.
Miss Throck Morton will have a*
her matron of honor her sister. Mr*.
George Mason Oreen of Arlington, and
Mis* Violet Hlner of Biuefleld, W. Va.,
will be her maid of honor.
Mr. Richard Shanklin of Gary.
W. Va., will be beat man for hi*
A reception will follow at the Rixey
Mansion and Dr. Shankltn and his
bride will make their home in Blue
fleld. W. Va.. where Dr. Shanklin is a
member of the staff of the Biuefleld
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Weddipg Is of
Much Interest.
ths wedding of Miss Bernice Ag
nes Ryman, daughter of the lato Mr.
and MM. C. A. Ryman of Bridgeton,
N. c„ and Mr. Abol Pas! Potouhl of
Washington, son of Iasa Khan Potouhl
and Motaman Khanum of Tabrls,
Iran, took place last evening. The
Khan In the name of the bridegroom's
father Is Prince and the Khanum of
his mother’s name Is Princess in the
Persian language. The ceremony was
performed at 2S00 Thirteenth street,
the Rev. Herbert O. Cooper of the Bap
tist Church officiating at S o'clock.
An Improvised altar was arranged In
an alcove of the ballroom banked
with palms, gladioli, larkspur, roses,
sweet peas and delphinium.
Mr. C. A. Ryman, Jr„ of Brooklyn,
brother of the bride, gave her in mar
riage and she wore white brocaded
lace made with very full long skirt
and fitted bodice. Her tulle veil was
held by a coronet of satin and her
only ornaments were pearls worn by
her mother at her wedding. She car
ried white roses and lilies of the valley.
Miss Mary Lou Ryman was maid
of honor for her sister and had a
costume of dusty pink net fashioned
with bouffant skirt and close fitting
bodice. Her cuff bouquet was of
sweet peas and Mrs. Roosevelt roses.
Miss Cecelia Daly, sorority sister of
the bride, and Miss Eliza Mitchell of
Bridgeton. N. c., were the brldes
..- '
maid*. Their dreaeee were like that
of the maid of honor in ahade* of
yellow and blue marqulaettea over
taffeta. Wreathe of artificial flower*
were in their hair and they carried
gladioli and delphinium. Little mu.
Betty Carol Hyman of Bliaabeth City,
H. C., »-year-old niece of the bride,
waa flower girt. She waa dreaaad in
tor^uoiee blue marqulaette over taf
feta and carried a baaket filled with
roae petal*.
Mr. A. Haaaan Potouhi of the Jet
tenon Medical School in Philadelphia,
waa beat man for hla brother, and
the uahera were Mr. Harry Kaeey of
Lafayette, Ind., and Mr. Barle Moun
tain of Mobile, Ala.
•rte reception for thoee who wit
neaeed the ceremony immediately fol
lowed when Mr*. 8. R. Edward*, old
eat eiater and guardian of the bride,
with whom'*he haa made her home
for 12 year*, received the gueata. She
wore aahee of roeea lace.
Mr. and Mrs. ltotouhi left later for
a wedding trip, the bride wearing a
navy blue trlpple sheer dress with a
net redlngote and accessories of
white. They will live In the Boule
vard at 2121 New York avenue where
they have taken an apartment. The
bride has completed her second year
at the George Washington University
where she is president of the Alpha
Delta 8orority. She U a member of
the Delphi Honorary Activities So
rority of the O. W. U. Glee Club, and
the Women's Athletic Association.
She is a descendant of William Whit
field, prominent in early North Caro
lina history. Mr. Potouhi's mother,
Motaman Khanum, Is a great-grand
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daughter of Nasuraddin Shah of the
Kajar dynasty which ruled Persia bo
fore the present Pahlavl dynasty.
HU father, Iasa Khan Potouhi, U
head of the Department of Educa
tion of Maragha, Iran. HU uncle,
Mouasa Khan Potouhi, has been a
representative in Parliament of Iran
for eight years. The bridegroom is
a student of electrical engineering at
George Washington University, where
he is vice president of the interna
tional Society and editor of the Inter
national Society Review.
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