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Fraternity’s
Convention
This Week
Kappa Kappa
Gammas to Meet
At College Park
Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity
will hold the Lambda Province Con
vention at College Park, Md„ on
Friday and Saturday. This will be
the first time the function has been
held at the University of Maryland.
Registration will be held Friday
at 9 a.m. at the KKG House, fol
lowed by meetings in the morning,
a round table discussion and tour of
campus in the afternoon and an in
formal social gathering at Kappa
House In the evening. The enter
tainment will feature stunts by
visiting delegates of chapter and
associations Saturday morning.
Dean«Adele Stamp or her assistant.
Miss Howell, dean of women of the
University of Maryland, will deliver
an address at the formal meeting,
followed by luncheon given by the
Washington Alumnae Association.
At 7:30 p.m. Saturday, the conven
tion banquet will be held at the
Brook Farm Tea House, Chevy
Chase, Md. Mrs. C. W. Leaphart,
president of the Washington
Alumnae Association, will be the
guest speaker.
The province is composed of six
active chapters and 13 alumnae
associations, with Miss Frances
Wolfe of Linden, Silver Spring, Md.,
as president. The convention will be
under the direction of Miss Wolfe,
assisted by Dorothy Millar. Geral
dine Schuh, Mrs. Tracy Coleman,
Miss Elinor Broughton and Miss
Nora Huber.
Mrs. C. D. Larner, president of the
College Park Alumnae Association,
is co-hostess with Miss Nora Huber,
president of Gamma Psi Chapter,
College Park.
.Women’s Alliance
iTo Hear Talk
Dr. Winfred Overholzer of St.
Elizabeth's Hospital will speak be
fore the Women's Alliance of All
Souls’ Unitarian Church on Friday
on “Mental Diseases and What
to Do.”
Norman F. Wentworth, traffic
editor of the Washington Post, will
speak on “Traffic—What to Do and
What Not to Do.” Mrs. Lloyd
Chavez will preside as hostess at the
luncheon, following the meeting.
Figure Skating
Club to Meet
Miss Dorothy Snell and other
members of the Washington Figure
fkating Club will take part in the
first amateur skating show which the
club will sponsor at the Riverside
Stadium tomorrow at 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. John Borton, Mrs.
Creighton Peet and others from the
Ice Club of Washington, and a large
group of skaters from the Ice Club
of Baltimore, will be guest perform
ers in the show.
Party Thursday
The welfare department of the
housekeepers’ Alliance will hold a
party Thursday, at 2 p.m., at the
home of Mrs. R. King Stone, 3628
S street N.W. Mrs. Lyman H.
Kebler is chairman of the depart
ment of Public Welfare.
Dr. Rowe Host
At Luncheon for
Mayor of Lima
The director general of the Pan
American Union, Dr. L. S. Rowe,
entertained at luncheon today at
the Pan-American Annex in honor
of the Mayor of Lima, Peru, Senor
Don Eduardo Dibos.
Other guests at the luncheon were
the Ambassador of Peru, Senor Don
Manuel de Freyre y Santander; the
Secretary of Commerce, Mr. Harry
L. Hopkins; Senator William H.
King, chairman of the Senate Com
mittee of the District of Columbia;
Representative Jennings Randolph,
chairman of the House Committee
of the District of Columbia; the
president of the Board of Commis
sioners of the District of Columbia,
Mr. Melvin C. Hazen; the acting
chief of the Division of American
Republics of the Department of
State, Mr. Ellis O. Briggs; the com
mercial attache of the Bureau of
Foreign and Domestic Commerce of
the Department of Commerce, Dr.
Alexander V. Dye; the assistant di
rector of the Pan-American Union,
Dr. Pedro de Alba; the chief of the
Bureau of Public Roads of the
United States Department of Agri
culture. Mr. Thomas H. MacDonald;
the director of the Highway Educa
tion Board. Mr. Stephen James; the
vice president of the Automobile
Manufacturers' Association, Mr.
Pyke Johnson; Mr. George Bauer
of the Automobile Manufacturers’
Association, the counselor of the
Pan-American Union, Dr. William
Manger, and the chief of the travel
bureau of the union, Mr. Jose Ter
cero.
Sorority Plans
Anniversary
The Washington Alumnae Chap
ter of Beta Sigma Omicron will
celebrate its birthday anniversary
on Friday at the home of Mrs.
Charles Edwin Barton, 6223 Thirty
third street N.W. Mrs. Carl Giroux,
president, will act as cohostess with
Mrs. Barton.
Following the business meeting
the annual election of officers will
be held.
Beta Sigma Omicron celebrated
its golden jubilee on December 12
with all three founders still alive.
The Washington Alumnae Chapter
is only seven years old, having been
founded on March 10, 1932, by Mrs.
Robert Mason De Shazo, assisted
by Mrs. Carl Giroux. Mrs. De Shazo
served as president for five years
and Mrs. Giroux, her successor, is
now completing her second term.
Mrs. Shippen to Head
Ushers at Lecture
Mrs. Lloyd Shippen, secretary of
the Local Affairs Committee of the
American Horticultural Society, will
have charge of the ushers at the
lecture to be given by Mrs. Con
stance Spry at the Shoreham Hotel
Wednesday at 3 p.m.
The ushers include Mrs. Jennings
Bailey, jr.; Miss Sidney Boteler, Miss
Louise Burke. Miss Julia Dulany,
Miss Lalla Harrison of Leesburg,
Va.; Miss Lucy Mackall, Miss Isabel
Ogilby and Miss Ann Sterrett.
Visiting Her Father
Mrs. Henry Van Arsdale, chair
man of the Committee on War Vet
erans of the District of Columbia
Federation of Women's Clubs, Is
visiting her father in New Rochelle,
N. Y., for a week.
—"i At SLOAN’S ART GALLERIES
715 Thirteenth St.
Valuable china and glass, early American and an
tique English silver, paintings, engravings, Vene
tian mirrors, Oriental rugs, miniatures, antique
—I and modern furniture in all the interesting old
uciitimd periods, plated silver, Brambach baby grand piano,
luxurious upholstered davenports and chairs, clocks, marbles,
bronzes, fireplace brasses, Chinese and Japanese art objects,
etc.
TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION
Within Our Galleries
715 THIRTEENTH STREET
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
March 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th, 1939
AT 2 P.M. EACH DAY
by order of
The Security Storage Co., and other owners
On Exhibition Toda\ 9 to 6
Catalogues on Application to
G. C. SLOAN & CO., Inc., Auctioneers. Established 1891
SUITS • COSTUMES • DRESSES • COATS • FURS
MILLINERY • SPORTSWEAR • ACCESSORIES
Club Plans
Benefit
Book Review
Proceeds to Go
For Awards in
G. M. T. Gamps
A benefit book review by Mrs.
William Wolfe Smith will be spon
sorted by the Guadalupe Club of
1848 on Friday at 11 a.m. at the
Army and Navy Club. Proceeds
will be used for awards in the Citi
zens’ Military Training Camps.
Mrs. Smith will review “A Puri
tan in Babylon,” by William Allen
White, and "All This and Heaven
Too,” by Rachel Field.
Patronesses for the review in
clude Mrs. William H. Taft, Mrs.
William E. Borah, Mrs. John R.
Williams, Mrs. Edward S. Keys, Mrs.
Malin Craig, Mrs. William D. Leahy,
Mrs. C. M. Wesson, Mrs. J. Franklin
Bell, Mrs. William H. Carter, Mrs.
Joseph A. Gaston and Mrs. Robert
Walsh. •
Also Mrs. Irving Fairweather, na
tional president of the American
War Mothers; Mrs. Charles De
monet, national president of the
American Women's Legion of the
World War; Mrs. David D. Cald
well, vice president general of the
Colonial Descendants of America;
Mrs. Mary Logan Tucker, District
of Columbia president of the Dames
of Loyal Legion; Miss Lilian Cheno
with, State regent, District of Co
lumbia Daughters of the American
Revolution; Mrs. Paul S. Bond,
national president of the Society of
the Daughters of the United States
Army: Mrs. Claude W. Dudley,
president of Washington Chapter of
the Society of the Daughters of the
United States Army; Mrs. Noble
Newport Potts, national president
of the National Patriotic Council,
and Mrs. Lane Schofield, District
of Columbia president of the United
States Daughters of 1812.
Smith College Club
To Meet Tonight
Mrs. Felix Frankfurter will be
unable to attend the dinner to be
given tonight at the Kennedy- !
Warren by the Smith College Club
as had been previously announced. ;
Two additional members who have
announced their intentions of at
tending the meeting and dinner to- I
night are Miss Marguerite Wells, j
national president of the League of j
Woman Voters, and Mrs. Laura
Puffer Morgan. Geneva representa- j
tive of the National Peace Confer- i
ence and technical adviser of the
Peace and Disarmament Committee j
of the women's international or- j
ganization. Mrs. Morgan is in Wash
ington to give a series of lectures
on the present crisis in Europe.
Press Meeting
The Women's National Press Club
will hold a business meeting tomor
row at 7 p.m. at the Willard Hotel.
Beta Sigma Phi
Chapter to Meet
Tomorrow
Gamma Chapter of Beta Sigma
Phi will meet tomorrow at 8 p.m. at
the Lee House.
Final arrangements will be made
for delegates to attend the middle
eastern area council meeting in
Trenton, N. J„ next Sunday. Rep
resentatives from Gamma Chapter
will include Miss Irene Stevenson,
president of the club; Mrs. Ruth
Hill, recording secretary of the
council; Ruth Gilbert, Victoria
Strauch and Alice Roberts Koch.
Miss Afton Park will be in charge
of the program at the meeting, as
sisted by Bonnie McKeith and Ella
mae Massie. Famous artists and
their works will be discussed, great
art galleries and the history of art.
Alice Roberts Kock will make
plans for a tour of the Corcoran
Gallery of Art and a study of Euro
pean art on March 18 at 2:30 p.m.
Nurses’ Alumnae
Group to Meet
The Nurses’ Alumnae Association
of the Emergency Hospital will meet
Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Nurse’s
Home. The new officers will preside.
A banquet and dance will be held
Saturday at 7:30 p.m„ at the Hotel
Raleigh for members only. Mrs.
Pauline Baker Chambers is chair
man of the banquet and dance com
mittee.
HAND-TURNED
66Rovers”
650
Wear them and they spoil you for
life. They cradle your feet in
luxurious comfort. Their smart
colors, Titian Tan, Cherry Wine,
Brown, Black and Blue
Calfskin, are Spring's
fashion keynotes. AAAA , I
to C. Sizes to 10. j
LIQUIDATION SALE
ORIENTAL RUGS
ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED
40% »o 50%
Were Now
Heriz 7.5x11.5 1 95 03 130.00
Heriz 8.4x11.8 -235 00 157.00
Ispahan 7.4x10.8 235 00 157.00
Ispahan 8.3x11.6 29500 179.00
Kirman & Sarouk 8x10 295 00 179.00
Kirman & Sarouk 9x12 325 00 197.00
Ispahan 9.6x13.5 350 00 219.50
1 Lot of Shiraz and Lilihan Rugs,
average size, 2.6x4.6. 27 00 14.75
1 Lot of Heriz, Karqja, Mousul, Lilihan and
Beluchistan Rugs, sizes 3x5 to 3.6x6. 45.00 27.00
A. H. BAKSHIAN, INC.
2601 Connecticut Avenue
Calvert Street Entrance
Washlncton's First Exclusive Oriental Rut Dealer Since 1880
No Approvals All Sales Final
Open Evenlnfs by Appointment
Party Marks
Retirement
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kasehagen were
given a surprise party Friday eve
ning when a group of Mr. Kase
hagen's associates in the Post Office
Department arranged a celebration
in observance of his retirement from
Government service. A program of
entertainment was arranged and in
cluded games, a spelling bee, as well
as one or two speeches, with many
toasts during the Informal buffet
supper which followed.
Among those who attended the
party were the Superintendent of
Railway Mail and Mrs. J. W. John
son, the president of the Railway
Mail Association, Mr. J. Frank Ben
nett; the Assistant Superintendent
of the Railway Mail and Mrs. Homer
Link, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Brower,
Mrs. D. M. Tice, president of the
Railway Mail Association Auxiliary;
Mrs. R. D. Apple, Mrs. William Ma
gill Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
E. Plymale, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. J.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Grubbs,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dilllnger, Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon L. Brown, Mr. A.
F. Llngle, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cran
ford, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Culberson,
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wilson, Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Leatherman. Mrs. W. H.
Werntz, Mrs. C. W. Shilling, Mrs.
C. A. Dietz, and Mrs. O. Kirkman.
Junior Mizrachi
To Discuss Plans
For Donor Banquet
Members of Junior Mizrachi. Wash
ington Chapter will meet Wednesday
night at the Beth-El Synagogue to
discuss plans for their annual donor
banquet in May. Numerous enter
prises, Including benefit bridge
parties and novelty jewelry sales,
have been adopted to raise funds for
admission tickets to the banquet.
Net receipts will be sent abroad to
help finance emigration of young
Jewish women and girls to Palestine
and for their education and rehabili
tation.
Mrs. Mollye Willcher and Mrs.
Pauline M. Gross will be cohostesses
at Wednesday’s business meeting.
Mrs. Esther Tolmach is chairman
of the Banquet Committee. Assist
ing her are Mmes. Ann Goldsmith,
Freda Forman, Sarah Levine, Mollye
Willcher, Esther Alpher, Eva Pollack,
Lena Weiss and Misses Bessie Dino
witz and Eva Moffltt.
Jamesons Hosts
At Tea Yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Guilford S. Jameson
entertained at tea yesterday after
noon at the Congressional Country
Club in honor of Mr. Ralph Polk
Burll of New York City. The party
was given in the Pompeian room,
where the hosts and their honor
guests received. They were assisted
by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waring and
among the other guests were Justice
and Mrs. Bolitha J. Laws, Mrs. Henry
F. Grady, Mr. and Mrs. Harry J.
Anslinger, Mr. and Mrs. David A.
Pine, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Collin,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence T. Cunneen,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. van Thaden,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Alexander,
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D. Sheldon,
Mr. and Mrs. John Hoopes and Mr.
John A. Logan.
Theta Alpha Chi
Theta Alpha Chi Sorority will give
a dinner at the Taft House Thurs
day in honor of Theta Chapter of
Alexandria, Va., which has success
fully completed the compulsory
year's probationary period. Miss
Frances Gardener, grand regent, will
preside.
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