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Hail and Farewell Festivities
At Embassies and Legations
The Brazilian Ambassador and Senhora de Martins will entertain at
dinner Thursday evening in honor of the newly appointed Brazilian Am
bassador to Canada, Senhor Cyro de Preitas-Valle. The visitor will arrive
this evening and will be in Washington until Saturday when he will
continue his trip to Ottawa. Senhor Frietas-Valle formerly served as
Minister Counselor of the Brazilian Embassy here and has a wide circle
of friends in Washington who are planning to entertain for him during
his short stay.
The Chief of the Division of Brazilian Affairs of the State Depart
ment and Mrs. Walter N. Walmsley, jr„ will entertain at dinner tomorrow
evening for Senhor Freitas-Valle and preceding the dinner he will be
honor guest at an early evening fete which Mr. and Mrs. John Caswell
win give. uen. tsievao ae uarvamc
Hill give a stag luncheon Thursday
for Senhor Freitas-Valle the othei
guests to be members of the joint
Brazil-United States Defense Com
mission of which Gen. Leitao de
Carvalho is chief of the Brazilian
section. There will be other partie;
arranged for the visitor after his
arrival this evening. He has been
at Ciudad Trujillo attending the
celebrations of the centennial oi
Independence of the Dominican Re
public where he represented his gov
Washington being a city of Hail!
and Farewell! there are many
parties being given for the retiring
Naval and Air Attache of the Ar
gentine Embassy and Senora de
Brunet. Both Capt. and Senora de
Brunet have a very wide circle of
friends made in the past two years
since they came. Last evening they
were entertained by the Chilean
Ambassador and Senora de Mi
chils, whose guests numbered 20,
and this evening the Military At
tache of the Peruvian Embassy and
Senora de Sarmiento will give a
dinner party in their honor. Sen
ora de Brunet'has been one of the
moving spirits in the work for the
Chamber Music Guild. She also
assisted Mrs. Thomas Burke in ar
ranging the fiesta for the Pan
American Union.
Another festivity for diplomats,
this one a welcome party to new
members of the circle, was that of
the First Secretary of the South
African Legation and Mrs. Jan R.
Jordaan, who entertained in honor
of their newly appointed Minister
and Mrs. S. F. N. Gie.' The party
was given Friday in the home of
the hosts. The new Minister
and his wife, recently arrived in the
Capital from London where they
have been for a short stay en route
from Stockholm where the Minister
represented his government. The
former Minister and Mrs. Ralph
William Close have been visiting
their daughter, Mrs. William Mann,
in the south of England before
continuing their journey to South
Guests at the party yesterday
to greet the Minister and Mrs. Gie
were members of the Legation staff
and members of the South African
Mission in Washington.
Returns Home
Mrs. Ernest Humphrey Daniel has
returned to her home on Broad
Branch load from a visit of several
days in Chicago where she ac
companied Mr. Daniel on a business
Daughter of Maj. and Mrs.
Sesse Shourds Rogers of San
Bernardino, Calif., her en
gagement to Mr. Robert Orr
Warthen, U. S. N. R., was an
nounced recently (Feb. 13) by
her parents. —White Photo.
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Miss Rutter
Is Bride of
; Mr. Gilbert
Although hastily arranged, with
no time for issuing invitations, the
wedding yesterday afternoon of Miss
Janet Goodwin Rutter and Mr.
James Benjamin Gilbert was none
the less attractive and colorful.
The Covenant-First Presbyterian
Church was the scene of the
wedding, spring flowers and lighted
candles in simple decorative dis
play making a lovely setting for the
3 o’clock ceremony, at which the
Rev. Dr. Albert J. McCartney
Wearing a gown of white satin
fashioned on formal lines the bride,
who is the daughter of Mrs. Frank
R. Rutter and the late Mr. Rutter,
was escorted to the altar by her
uncle, Mr. Francis M. Goodwin,
former assistant secretary of the
Interior, and given by him in mar
riage. Her dress was designed to
feature the court train, which was
worn by her mother when the latter
was presented at the Court of St.
James’s. Made of white satin and
lined with pale pink satin, the train,
measuring 4 yards from the shoul
ders to the end, has a large spray of
roses, embroidered in gold, in one
comer. The bride’s veil of tulle was
held by clusters of orange blossoms,
and she carried a bouquet of white
Mrs. Fulton R. Gruver, sister of
the bridegroom, was the matron of
honor, wearing ro6e crepe with blue
trim and carrying talisman roses
and blue iris. Janet Lowrey was
the flower girl and was costumed
in blue taffeta and carried a basket
of pink rose petals.
Pvt. Milford M. McGuire, brother
in-law of the bridegroom, was the
best man. and another brother-in
law, Mr. Gruver, and his uncle, Mr.
Ralph B. Counselman; Mr. Charles
M. Little, brother-in-law of the
bride, and Mr. Jack B. Tate were the
The bride is a graduate of Cor
nell University and George Wash
ington University law school and
attended Smith College. Her father
was a well known economist and
one time chief of the Bureau of
Foreign and Domestic Commerce.
At the time of his death he was a
professor at Dartmouth College.
Mr. Gilbert is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence L. Gilbert of Bethesda.
He received his undergraduate and
law degress from Harvard Univer
sity. He has just returned from
duty in the South Pacific as field
director of the American Red Cross.
A reception for members of the
two families was given at the home
of the bride’s mother after the cere
mony, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert leaving
later for a wedding trip.
Will Make Home
In California
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus E. Cook an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Miss Margaret Elizabeth Cook,
to Lt. Comdr. John T. French, son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob French
of Chevy Chase, the ceremony tak
ing place February 22 in Richmond.
Comdr. French recently returned
from duty in the Southwest Pacific.
With his bride he will leave for
California in the near future.
Luncheon Hostess
Mrs. Walter G. Distler entertained
at a luncheon yesterday at the Sul
grave Club in compliment to Mrs.
Arthur Walsh, wife of the Senator
from New Jersey, and the latter's
house guest, Mrs. Arthur Sinnott
of Newark.
The bride is the former Miss
Janet Coleman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. Coleman. She
was married recently to Pvt.
Raymond E. Lucid, U. S. M. C.
—Underwood Photo.
Miss Beazley
To Be Married
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Beazley of
Bowling Green, Va., announce the
engagement of their daughter, Miss
Ethel Jeannette Beazley, to Lt. John
L. Byrtus of Denevr, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Byrtus of Banner,
Miss Beazley is employed in the
State Department.
The wedding will take place in the
early spring.
Miss Bachman
Recent Bride
Announcement is made of the
marriage of Miss Beverly Bachman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byers
McKinney Bachman, to Ensign
Paul Morris Koenigsmark, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad H. Koenigs
mark of Waterloo, 111., the ceremony
taking place Februray 27 in the
National Metropolitan Memorial
Church, with the Rev. Dr. Edward
G. Patch officiating.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father and was attended by
Miss Anne Nichols and Miss Blanca
Vargas. Ensign Paul L. Ruch,
U. S. N. R., of Waterloo, 111., was the
best man and Ensign Dale E.
Weaver, Ensign William Vf . Kessler
and Ensign Frederick N. Schneider,
all U. S. N. R., were the ushers.
The bride is a graduate of Holton
Arms Junior College and Ensign
Koenigsmark attended the Univer
sity of Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Hammer
announce the marriage of Mrs. Ham
mer’s daughter, Miss Bettie Jeanne
Lampe, to Mr. Joseph J. Sullivan.
U. S. N., aon of Mrs. J. Sullivan.
The ceremony took place February
16 in the Atonement Lutheran
Church with the Rev. Edward Goetz
Miss Pierson Weds
Mr. and Mrs. M. Pierson announce
the marriage of their daughter, Miss
Jacqueline Pierson, to Mr. Louis A.
Faust, jr., U. S. N. R., son of Mrs.
Pearl Faust, the ceremony taking
place February 5 in the Atonement
Lutheran Church with the Rev.
Edward Goetz officiating and using
the double-ring ceremony.
Luncheon Party
Mrs. Donald A. Pippemger enter
tained Thursday at a luncheon in
honor of Mrs. Helen Neperub of
Madison, Wis., other guests at the
luncheon including Col. Julia Flikke,
Mrs. Rena Sanvic. Mrs. Szerre Nord
berg, Mrs. B. W. Allin and Miss Ruth
Overby, sister of the hostess.
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Heading Into Spring . . .
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dramatic climax! Our roster of famous names reads like a "Who's
Who in American Design" . . . including such well-known celebrities
as Waller Florell, J ohn-Frederics, Elissa, Harryson, Milgritn, G.
Howard Hodge, Lejer, Germaine, Rerneice Charles, etc. But we
don't need to tell YOU . . . You know the most heavenly hats in town
are here at Erlebacher’s. Come pick the ones for you!
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M/w Ruth Beane
Is Bride of
Ensign Wilson
Miss Ruth Elizabeth Beane,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Beane of Rockville, became the
bride Friday evening of Ensign
George Alfred Wilson. Ill, U. S.
N. R., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
II of Rockville. The Rev. J. W.
Rosenbergcr officiated at the cere
mony, which took place in the
Rockville Methodist Church.
The bride, who was given in mar
riage by her father, wore a white
satin gown with a fingertip veil of
illusion which fell from a heart
shaped coronet. She carried a bou
quet of white roses with a shower
of sweet peas.
Mrs. Norman F. Beane, sister-in
law of the bride, was her matron of
honor. The bridesmaids were Miss
Betty Lou Beane, sister of the
bride; Miss Gwendolyn Floyd, Miss
Jeanette Beane, cousin of the bride,
and Miss Althea Kam.
Mr. E. Paul Wilson, brother of
the bridegroom, was the best man,
and the ushers were Mr. Clayton
Alderman, Mr. Milton Snapp, Mr.
Milton Cole and Mr. Andy O’Neill.
Following a reception, Ensign and
Mrs. Wilson left for Jacksonville,
where the former, who is a naval
aviator, is on duty.
Mildred Shea
Wed Recently
Announcement is made of the
marriage of Miss Mildred J. Shea,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R.
Shea of Baltimore, to Lt. (J. g.)
Robert F. Minkus, son of Mrs. Anna
Minkus of Wilmington, Del., and
the late Mr. Edward C. Minkus. The
ceremony took place Februray 30 in
St. Bernard’s Church in Baltimore,
the Rev. Sleeman officiating.
The couple will make their home
at 4409 Fairfield drive, Bethesda,
while Lt; Minkus is on duty at the
Naval Hospital.
The former Miss Audrey
Simons, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Earle Arnold Simons, her
marriage to Mr. George M.
Keyser took place recently in
the Temple Baptist Church.
—Tenschert Photo.
| Announcements
Of Weddings of
Recent Date
Lt. (j. g.) and Mrs. Bernard
Francis Joy, jr., are making their
home in California, where he is
stationed, following their marriage
here February 23.
Mrs. Joy is the former Miss Mar
garet Lucille Foster, daughter of
Mrs. Frank W. Smith. The wedding
took place in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Joy, parents of the bridegroom,
and in the absence of Maj. Smith,
who is on duty in New Guinea, the
brides uncle, Mr. Julian Harvey,
gave her in marriage. The Rev.
Franklin J. Bohanan officiated.
Lt. Joy recently returned from
14 months of duty in the South
The marriage of Miss Ruth Ce
celia Platt, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles P. Platt, to First Sergt.
Kenneth M. Buck, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. T. Buck, took place Febru
ary 22 in St. Francis de Sales
Sergt. Buck has served 23 months
in the Aleutians, participating in
11 raids, and he holds five cam
paign ribbons and the Air Medal
with two Oak Leaf Clusters. He also
has received a presidential citation.
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth
Adeline Murray, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard K. Murray, to
Mr. John J. Dotsey, U. S. N. R., son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Dotsey of
Lansford, Pa., took place February
22 in the Church of the Nativity,
the Rev. Lawrence McGlone officiat
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth
Alexander, daughter of Mrs. C. M.
Alexander of Coleman, Tex., and
the late Dr. Alexander, to Mr. John
Wesley Ward, Jr., formerly of At
lanta, took place February 19 Jn
the Foundry Methodist Church
Chapel, with the Rev. Richard W.
Buckingham officiating at the cere
The bride is employed with the
British Ministry of Supply and Mr.
Ward is in the Navy Department.'
Announcement is made of the
marriage of Miss Gloria Elisabeth
Drew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert J. Drew of Arlington, to Mr.
Charles W. Davis, son of Mrs. Ethel
Davis of Boston.
The ceremony took place February
9 in the rectory of St. Charles’
Church in Arlington, with the Rev.
R. Dixon Beattie officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis are making
their home at 1124 North Vernon
street in Arlington.
Announcement is made of the
marriage of Miss Emelle Elizabeth
Des Jardins, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henri G. Des Jardinc of Silver
Spring, to Lt. Laurence E. Snyder,
sdn of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sidney
Snyder of Corpus Christ!, Tex. The
double-ring ceremony took pi«re
January 16 in Walter Reed Memo
rial Chapel, the Rev. Neal P. Mc
Manus officiating.
Recent Matriage *
Lt. and Mrs. Willis Harold Young,
Jr., returned recently from their
wedding trip and he has now gone
to his new station at the Army Air
Base at Salt Lake City. Mrs. Young
will remain in Washington tem
porarily and continue her position
in the Navy Department.
Mrs. Young is the former Mit«
Eleanor Virginia Shank, daughter
of Mr. Aaron Shank of Philadelphia
and Mrs. Marion Riddle of New
York. Her marriage to Lt. Young,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Young of River
dale, took place February 12, the
Rev. W. Keith Custis officiating hi
the Riverdale Presbyterian Church.
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Checks, pin dots, plaids
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Sizes 9 to 12 months.
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Formerly Miss Betty Hayes,
daughter of Comdr. and Mrs.
Ralph S. Hayes of Alexandria,
her marriage to Lt. Charles
Earl Nelson, U. S. N., took
vlace recently in Washington.
Leona Roberts Wed
Last Evening
Miss Leona Roberts, daughter of
Mrs. T. M. Roberts of Oneida, Ky.,
and the late Mr. Roberts, became
the bride last evening of Pfc. L. M.
Hysell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carey
H. Hysell of Pomeroy, Ohio. The
7 o’clock ceremony took place in
the home of Mrs. W. T. Hastings,
the Rev. Wilson Holder of Centen
nial Baptist Church officiating in
the presence of relatives and a few
close friends.
The bride’s sister, Mrs. James R.
Bailey, was matron of honor and
only attendant and Mr. Bailey gave
her in marriage. Corpl. Jesse L.
Willoughby served as best man.
The couple will make their
residence at 1Q16 B street N.E., while
Pfc. Hysell is on duty at the Army
War College.
Plan Benefit
For Charity Fund
The annual party of the Court
District of Columbia, No. 212, Catho
lic Daughters of America, for the
benefit of the charity fund will be
given at 8:30 pm. Friday at the
Willard Hotel.
Cards and games will be played,
and attractive gifts, including a door
prise, will be awarded*.
A business meeting will be held at
8 pm. Tuesday at the Willard Ho
tel. A feature will be a short talk
by Mrs. Edward St. John of the
American Red Cross. Mrs. Elizabeth
0. Bigham, grand regent, will pre
Alpha Gamma Delta
"Child Labor During Wartime”
will be discussed by Miss Caroline
Legg of the Children’s Bureau. La
bor Department, at a supper meet
ing of Alpha Gamma Delta Soror
ity on lliursday at the home of
Mrs. Lester E. Boykin, 2825 Albe
marle street N.W.
Her subject will be based on per
sonal experiences while on a recent
inspection tour of New Orleans, La.,
and Mobile, Ala.
Individuals’ Tasks
Cited by Truman
The individual responsibility of
American citizens in the task of
winning the war and preserving the
peace was stressed by Senator Tru
man, Democrat, of Missouri, yester
day at the Democratic Club.
At the club’s luncheon meeting,
the Senator said there is a tendency
among certain groups to evade per
sonal responsibility with the plea
that today s problems are too big for
individuals and should be handled
by Washington.
“This abdication from responsi
bility, though natural under pres
sure of war conditions, can only
lead to confusion and breakdown,”
he said. “We can see the result in
Europe. The heart of the democratic
process is the voluntary initiative of
the individual citizen and his gov
ernment. When communities grip
their responsibilities and resolutely
lace their problems at the source,
there comes a new self respect and
an ability to participate to the full
in the destiny of the world,” he con
The speaker advised that, as we
work toward victory, we must pt*n
for postwar stability.
“To win a military victory alone
would be futile unless we lay a
foundation in our postwar world that
will secure for all men everywhere
their basic human rights,” he
asserted. “History has bestowed on
us a solemn responsibility. We shall
and we must be a mighty force at
the peace conference. We failed
before to give a genuine peace, we
cannot fail this time.”
Mrs. Henry Grady, chairman of
the Education Committee, was in
charge of the program and intro
duced the Senator. The club presi
dent, Mrs. Francis Sayre, presided.
She praised Mrs. Grady, who left
last night for California, for the
service she has given to the club.
Faculty Club
Guests of Honor
The Faculty Women’* Club of the
George Washington University will
meet at 2:30 pm. Friday, at the
home of Dean and Mrs. Warren
Reed West, 5020 Sedgwick street
N.W. The program will include a
discussion of current plays and a
review of ‘‘Tomorrow the World,”
by Mrs. Cloyd Heck Marvin, wife
of the president of the university.
Mrs. West will be assisted by Mrs.
Carville D. Benson, Mrs. Carson P.
Frailey and Mrs. Christopher B.
Garnett, Jr. Mrs. William R. Comp
ton, president of the club, has an
nounced the Nominating Committee
to include Mrs. Joseph H. Roe,
chairman; Mrs. Kathleen D. Talbert,
Mrs. Frederick M. Feiker, Mrs.
Charles R. Naeser and Mrs. William
J. Van Vleck.
Panel Will Discuss
Homemakers* Job
“The Homemakers’ Job in Striv
ing to Create the Ideal Home” will
be the panel discussion topic of
the homemakers’ section. District
Home Economics Association, at a
meeting at 1:30 pm. Thursday in
the auditorium of the Gas Light Co.,
Eleventh and H streets N.W.
Mrs. N. R. Ellis, Mrs. William K.
Everett, Mrs. William Brownrig,
Mrs. Fred Jans and Mrs. William
G. Finn will participate in the dis
cussion, which will be summarised
by Mrs. F. L. Lewton.
Party Hour Changed
The Purim package party to be
given by the Ladies’ Auxiliary of
the Hebrew Academy of Washing
ton will be held at 7:30 pm. Sunday
Instead of Saturday, as was pre
viously announced.
Warning Sounded
By Senator Capper
Against 4th Term
By Gretchen Smith.
A warning that re-election of
President Roosevelt will result in
a “four-year war between the
White House and Congress” was
sounded by Senator Capper, Re
publican. of Kansas in a caustie
snti-New Deal speech yesterday be
fore' the League of Republican
Citing Majority Leader Barkley’s
recent revolt against the President’s
veto message as an indication of
increasing resentment by Congress
against “White House dictation In
the legislative field,” Senator Cap
per declared the only escape from
friction between the President and
Congress would be an election of a
Congress "subservient to White
House dictation.”
“And the people are not going
to elect a Roosevelt Congress,” he
asserted. "They are going to elect
a Republican House by a big ma
jority. There are those who predict
that a majority of the Senate in
the next Congress will be Republi
cans,” he added.
Declaring that election of a Re
publican President was in the “In
terest of national unity,” the speak
er said, "Pour years of a White
House going in* one direction and
a Congress going in the opposite
direction could be fatal to the fu
ture of the United States.”
Senator Capper ridiculed argu
ments for re-election of President
Roosevelt to a fourth term on the
plea of "don’t swap horses in the
middle of a stream.”
i say, ior Gods sake, how long
is that horse going to stay in mid
stream?” he vociferated, to the ob
vious delight of his audience.
"Why doesn’t he try to get out of
midstream instead of looking al
ways for emergencies to keep him
in midstream? I am getting all
ured tired of staying in midstream
—or at least finding myself with
that same horse in midstream every
four years. I want to start toward
shore some of these days and I’d
like to feel that when I get ashore
it will be on the Republican side
of this stream—this river of doubt
and uncertainty where the horse
seems to have anchored himself for
life,” he continued.
"Winning the war does not de
pend upon any one man remaining
President,” Senator Capper added.
"America and Americans are going
to win this war.”
Declaring that the "American
Army, Navy and Air Force; Ameri
can management and American
labor, the American farmer and
his women folks and children, the
American taxpayers and bond buy
ers are going to win this war,” the
Senator concluded: “We will win
if President Roosevelt is re-elected.
We will win if Gov. Dewey Is
elected President; if Gov. Brlcker
is elected; if Senator Taft is elected;
if Gov. Warren or any of a docen
Governors are elected, or Gen.
Senator Capper was introduced
by Mrs. William Doak, program
chairman. Mrs. Edward E. Gann,
the president, who presided, an
nounced that the league had con
tributed $1,000 to the Republican
National Committee for the coming
Curly Club Party
A benefit card party will be held
by the Curley Club at 9:30 pm.
Thursday at the Continental Hotel.
Proceeds will be applied to the
club’s scholarship fund. Miss
Edythe Connor is chairman of ar
rangements assisted by members of
the chib Executive Committee.

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