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Presidential Stag Party on Scene
Colorful Events of Cup Regatta
Draw Society Over Week End
By Elizabeth Maguire
Society took to the water yesterday to view the final events of the
President's Cup Regatta. From the railroad bridge to the tip of Hains
Point the shore was lined with people. A fleet of spectator boats was1
anchored at the turn of the 2’2-mile course and trim yachts were lined
up off Roaches Run.
The President arrived on the Dol-Lar. a Navy cabin cruiser, with a
•tag party of about 12 on board. Through binoculars, the President was,
easily recognized, dressed in blue suit and spic-and-span white cap.
At 4 o'clock the queen of the regatta, pretty Miss Drucie Snyder, ac
companied by her court, joined the President to view the final heat of the
cup race. Miss Snyder's court included Miss Jocelyn Freer. Miss Jane
Tunstall Lingo. Miss Mary Calvert, Miss Marion Cummings and the two
daughters of the Chilean Ambassador, Miss Elena Mora and Miss
Gabriela Mora.
Miss Great Lakes, a very showy littie boat which kicked up a spray
SO to 40 feet high, was winner of the 14-karat gold cup. Guy Lombardo
drove Tempo VI, sole competitor of Miss Great Lakes. Tempo VI beat
Miss Great Lakes at the turns, but couldn't handle the straightaways.
Most oeauuiui yacm ai uie ie
patta was the Glenmar, owned by
Mr. Glenn Martin of Baltimore
, Guests on the Glenmar included
Mr. Martin's mother, Mrs. Minta
Martin; Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Albert
L. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gor
man Neal. Mr. and Mrs. Harold G
Mosier and Mr. Wilbur Van Sant
of Baltimore. Luncheon was served
on board, while racing boats zoomed
around the yellow buoys close by
Blitz II collided with a buoy and
It as left a red shambles. Its driver
was only slightly injured. Another
boat, Black Magic, took a complete
backward flip on the same corner,
but its driver emerged to right the
^ boat and carry on.
The Sequoia, houseboat of the
Secretary of the Navy, anchored
hear the President's boat down at
the starting and finishing line. On
shore in the grandstand Mr.
Thomas Morgan, jr., shared a box
with Mrs. John W. Snyder, wife
of the Secretary of the Treasury:
Miss Drucie Snyder, the queen, and
Engineer Commissioner of the Dis
trict. of Columbia and Mrs. Gordon
R. Young. Id nearby boxes sat the
Ambassador of Panama and Senora
de Vallarino with their daughter.
Senorita Hilda Vallarino, and Mr.
and Mrs. Allan Manning.
After the races the small craft dis
appeared from the scene first. The
larger boats lingered like people at
a concert hoping for an encore, but
gradually started stringing off for
home ports and the harbor was left
empty, with only the steady hum of
airplanes overhead to disturb the
quiet of the blue Potomac.
Vacation Ends
Mrs. Oliver Owen Kuhn has re
turned from her lodge at Yougha
gheny Camp in Pennsylvania where
she had with her her three daugh
ters, Mrs Paul Reichter PefTer of
Garden City, Long Island, Mrs.
Thomas Patrick Regan and Lt.
Frances Kuhn of Washington Lt.
Kuhn is an officer in the Naval
Mrs. Kuhn will have another visit
from her brother and sister-in-law,
Senor Don Antonio Martinez Ri
vero of Havana and Senora de Ri
vero, who now are in New York.
They were here earlier in the sum
mer for a few days and will be back
in October before returning to Cuba.
Senor Martinez Rivero and Mrs.
Kuhn are the son and daughter of
a former Cuban minister at this
Mrs. Anton Heitmuller is back
after visiting her two sons and
daughters-in-law. While at Reho
both Beach she was with Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Heitmuller. and on the
South River she was the guest of
Mr and Mrs. Stuart Heitmuller.
|Forrestville Show
Attracts Interest
Of Horse Lovers
Dunrovin Acres, the lovely white-'
i fenced estate of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard A. Wheeler, will be the
scene Saturday of the first annual:
Forrestville Horse Show. The show,
‘which will get under way at 12:30.
promises to draw much attention
from residents of the Capital and <
Northern Virginia. One of the most ,!
colorful classes will be the hunt
;team, to be held over the outside i
hilltop course with participants in j
full hunting attire. Participation in ;
this class is limited to members of;
a recognized hunt club.
The Forrestville Volunteer Fire,
i Department is sponsoring the show- '
and is the cause of a brilliant array i
of trophies as well as cash prizes!
and ribbons. Members of their com
mittee include Mr. William Lanham, |
chairman: Mr. J. A. Wheeler. Mr.;
uuiin DUUMin, ivii . ru. s\. miccici
and Mr. E. E. Huffer. The lattei
will display his talents as ring
master, while Radio Commentatoi
Arthur Godfrey plans to offer some
of his unique commentary.
Mai. Gen. Junius W. Jones, Air
Inspector of the Army Air Forces
will be guest judge in the hunter
and jumper classes. Mr. Richard
A. Wheeler, host to the judges, will
entertain them at an early luncheon
before the show. He and his wife
will give a party after the show, as
will Mr. and Mrs. Huffer and Comdr
and Mrs. Frank Slingluff.
Some of the boxholders are Mr.
and Mrs. John Sweet, Mrs. Lucy
Madeira Wing. Capt. and Mrs. John
S. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. John
Lashey. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Delk
Simpson. Lt. Comdr. Randolph D
Rouse. Mr. and Mrs. J. H Saunders,
jr.: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M Mac
Kenzie. Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith Bow
man. jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. J. Wade
All boxes have been reserved, but
general admission may be obtained.
Further information is available
through Mr. William Lanham, Falls
Church 852-W-l.
Fall Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldberg an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Doris Goldberg, to
Mr. Seymour W. Golden, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Golden of Phila
The wedding will take place No
vember 3 at the Warwick Hotel in
Philadelphia and the couple will
make their home in Germantown.
The bride-elect attended Marjorie
Webster Junior College and Moore
Institute of Art in Philadelphia. Mr.
Golden attended the University of
—Harris <fr Ewing Photo.

—Harris & Ewing Photo.

Tn St. Peter's Church yesterday
afternoon Miss Mary Florence Gio
vannettl became the bride of Mr.
James Edward Maloney, son of Mrs.
John Maloney and the late Mr. Ma
loney of Washington. Father Nelson
officiating at the cerenqpny.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Giovannetti was escorted by her
father and wore a gown of white
tulle and rose-point lace over satin
and carried a shower bouquet of
white roses. Mrs. Frank Cucchiara
served as matron of honor and the
other attendants were Mrs. Joseph
Burkett, Mrs. Russell Hite and Miss
Marian Pizza. All wore lace and
tulle gowns and the matron of
honor carried pink carnations and
blue delphinium, while the others
carried talisman roses.
Mr. James Colevas was best man
for Mr. Maloney and the ushers
were Mr. Joseph Maloney, Mr. Hite
and Mr. Marietta.
A reception at the home of the
bride followed the ceremony. Later
the couple left for their wedding
trip to Miami. When they return
they will reside in Washington.
Mrs. Maloney received her B S.
degree from Wilson Teachers' Col
lege and will receive her M. A. de
gree from George Washington Uni
versity in October.
GOP Unit to Meet
The Woman’s’Republican Club of
Silver Spring will hold its first meet
ing of the season at 8 o'clock to
night in the Jesup Blair Community
. Guest speakers will be Mrs. Leona
Rush, candidate for the House of
Delegates, and O. W Youngblood,
candidate for County Commissioner.
Miss Virginia Alice Omo. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard
Omo. became the bride yesterday
of Mr. Leonard William Maxwell,
son of Mrs. Mildred V. Maxwell, in
the Chevy Chase Presbyterian
Church. The Rev. J. M. Pheasant,
uncle of the bride and pastor of the
Thompsontown Methodist Church,
Thompsontown. Pa . assisted by the
pastor of the Church, the Rev. Dr.
J. Hillman Hollister, officiated.
The bride was escorted and given
in marriage by her father. For her
gown she chose white Chantilly
lace with a long train and her tulle
veil was held by a tiara of braided
satin framed with pearls. Her only
ornament was a strand of pearls,
a gift of the bridegroom, and she
carried an arm bouquet of white
roses surrounding a white orchid.
Mrs. Walter H. Armiger of Belts
ville was matron of honor and was
gowned in blue chiffon. The brides
maids, both cousins of the bride,
were Miss Virginia Pheasant of
Thompsontown and Miss Claire Omo
of Huntingdon, Pa. They were in
pink chiffon and all of the attend
ants carried pink roses. Little Judy
Powell was the flower girl and she
wore a pink organdy dress and car
ried a basket of mixed flowers.
Mr. George H Keyser, cousin of
the bride, was the best man and
the ushers were Mr. Samuel Joseph,
Mr. Jesse D. Powell and Mr. Samuel
Following the ceremony a small
reception for the wedding party and,
members of the families was held j
at the home of the bride's parents.'
From there the couple left for a
wedding trip to the Bahama Islands.
Mrs. Maxwell attended American
University and the bridegroom at
tended George Washington Univer
sity. The latter served with the
Army Air Forces in Europe.
Senator Thomas to Marry in November; '
Other Engagement Announcements Made
—Datura Photo.
—Hessler Photo.
—Sterling Photo.
Of interest to the Capital is the
news that Senator Elbert D. Thomas
of Utah will be married on Novem
ber 6. His engagement to Miss Ethel
Evans is announced today by her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Evans j
of Los Angeles, formerly of Salt Lake
Miss Evans, a graduate of the Uni
versity of Utah, has been secretary
to Senator Thomas for the past year.
Before 1943, when she became con
fidential assistant to the Director of
Industrial Relations for the State
of California at San Francisco, she;
was a clerk in the Senate Education
and Labor Committee at the time
Senator Thomas was chairman.
Senator Thomas and Miss Evans
are now in Montreal attending the;
Twenty-Ninth Session of the Inter
national Labor Conference. Senator
Thomas was appointed by the Presi
dent as the United States Govern
ment delegate to the conference and
Miss Evans is serving as substitute
adviser to the U. S. Delegation.
At the conclusion of the conference
Senator Thomas and Miss Evans
plan to return to Washington and
then leave immediately for Utah, ar
riving there aboia October 20. Miss
Evans will be the guest of her
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Richard Evans while in Salt
Lake City.
Hum phries-M cNerney
At a small Saturday evening party i
given for their closest friends, the i
engagement of Miss Mary Jane
Humphries to Mr. Arthur T. Mc
Nerney was announced by her
mother, Mrs. Mary Louise Hum
phries, of this city. Mr. McNerney
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
B. McNerney. also of Washington.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Immaculata Seminary and Catholic
University and her fiance is a grad
uate of St. John's College. Since
his discharge from the Merchant
Marine Academy at King's Point
last September, he has been com
pleting his work at Catholic Uni
No date has been set for the
W estcntt-Eaton
Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Westcott
of Falls Church have announced the
engagement of their daughter. Miss
Marie Yvonne Westcott, to Mr. Gor
don Eaton, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles T. Eaton of West Palm
Beach. The wedding is planned for
the latter part of this month.
The bride-elect was graduated
from the Good Samaritan Hospital
School of Nursing in West Palm
Beach this month. After two years’
service, Mr. Eaton was discharged
from the armed forces last April,
having seen overseas duty. He is
at present teaching at Radio In
stitute in Minneapolis.
Syrian Women of District Fete
Wife of President of Lebanon
Ry Ruth Dean
Mme. Bechara K. el-Khoury, the
wife of the president of the Repub
lic of Lebanon, during her short stay
in the Nation's Capital, has accom
plished much as an ambassador of
good will between her country and
the United States.
As a climax to her stay, special
tribute was paid to her Saturday at
a luncheon given in her honor at
jthe Mayflower Hotel by the Ladies
I Auxiliary of the Svrian-American
It was a big day too for this group
of women of Arabic origin, many of
whom are the wives of diplomatic
representatives from the Middle
East. With toast and speech they
feted the "first lady” of Lebanon.
The luncheon table, arranged like
a horseshoe, was gaily decked in
the white, red and green national
colors of Lebanon, carried out in
artistically arranged flower center
piece and candle motifs.
Mme. el-Khoury was to have ad
dressed the club, but due to a throat
ailment regretted very much that
she could not respond to the tribute
paid to her by members of the club.
Speaking for her, Mrs. Charles
Malik, wife of the Minister of Leba
non, told members how “greatly im
pressed” Mme. el-Khoury was with
Americans of Arabic-speaking origin,
adding that in her opinion, Mme. el
Khoury ‘‘in her quiet unassuming
way, is a great leader,” and an in
spiration for Syrian-A mg r i c a n
women leaders here.
Speaking for members of the club,
Mrs. Joseph S. Sado, wife of the
president of the Syrian-American
Club, said in saluting Mme. el
Khoury, “It is heartening to learn
of the marked changes In the women
of the Arab East and of how she is
forging ahead with such rapid pro
gress from her niedieval status to
20th Century democracy; equally
noteworthy is that spearheading
such renaissance is a dynamic force
exemplied by our guest of honor.”
Mrs. Sado then told the group
of Mme. el-Khoury's pioneer work
in shaping the social, civic and po
litical life of Lebanon, after it be
came a republic three years ago.
'particularly during the time of her
husband's imprisonment by the
French government two years ago,
when she organized a woman's party
to combat foreign propaganda.
Mme. el-Khoury has long been
interested in the social betterment
of her people, Mrs. Sado added. In
reaching the under-privileged, she
has personally toured native vil
lages, giving aid and comfort to
the needy "fallaheen” (farmers).
Mme. el-Khoury has long been
interested in the Lebanon National
Red Cross, Mrs. Sado said, and was
instrumental in founding the* Red
Cross club there. Under her leader
ship the women of Lebanon have
become interested in the establish
ment of women's clubs throughout
the country, Mrs. Sado added.
With Mrs. Malik, other repre
sentatives of the Arab countries
among the luncheon guests in
cluded: Mrs. Costi Zurayk, wife of
the Charges d’Affaires of the Syrian
Legation; Miss Angela Jurdak, at
tache of the Lebanon Legation and
Mrs. Henry Bassoul, wife of the
commercial attache of the Lebanon
Other guests included wives of
State Department officials, Mrs.
Henry S. Villard, Mrs. Joseph C.
Satterthwgite and Mrs. Evan M.
Wilson. Alsy present were Mrs.
Francis Whitelock of the Women's
Bureau of the Department of Labor
and Mrs. B. H. Afnan. of the Arab
Mrs. Joseph Rizik was luncheon
chairman and toastmistress.
M iss Crampton
Weds Lt. Butner
Miss Mary Adair Crampton.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Clifford Crampton of Washington,)
became the bride of Lt. John Calvin
Butner, 3d, U. S. M. C., in a double
ring ceremony which took place
September 14 at 4 o'clock in St.
Alban’s Church, the Rev. Charles T.
Warner, rector of the church,
officiating. Lt. Butner is the son
of Mrs. Donald H. Inskip of Cali
fornia and Col. John C. Butner, 2d,
who is now stationed in Germany.
The church was decorated with
white flowers for the ceremony and
a garden reception followed at the
home of the bride’s parents.
The bride, who was given in mar-!
riage by her father, wore a gown of
white lace and net fashioned with
a train, and a finger-tip veil scal
loped with lace.
ivuaa unfliuiiic aiiucjauii
maid of honor, attired in blue faille
and carrying pink gladioluses. The
other attendants. Miss Betty1
Starling and Miss Bonnie Veatch.
wore pink faille and carried blue1
Lt. Raymond Spicer, U. S. M. C.,
served as best man. and the ushers
included Lt. Charles A. Crampton.
U. S. A., brother of the bride; Lt.
Comdr. Francis J. Berry, U. S. N..
and Ensign William M. Anderson,
U. S. N., of Annapolis.
Mrs. Butner attended St. Cather
ine's School in Richmond. The
bridegroom graduated from the
United States Naval Academy in
the class of 1946. After a wedding
trip the couple will live in Annap
olis, where Lt. Butner is talcing a
post-graduate course at the elec
tronics school.

V ^
Sorority Alumnae
Plan Elections
Election of new club officers will
feature the first fall meeting of
the Delta Zeta Alumnae Chapter
at 8 p.m. Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Thomas Parrott, 5051 Mac
Arthur boulevard.
Mrs. C. D. Schoolcraft, province,
director, and Mrs. Leverett A.
Meadows will give reports on the
recent convention held at Breezy
Point Lodge. Minn., which they at
tended as delegates.
Assisting Mrs Parrott in serving
refreshments following the meet-1
ing will be: Mrs. Schoolcraft, Mrs.
Wilson Hoof, Miss Ruth Young, Mrs.
Meadows and Mrs. John E. Kahm.
All Delta Zeta alumnae are in
vited to attend.
Miss Bertha Orr has returned to
her apartment in the Calverton from
North Bennington. Vt„ where she
spent several weeks visiting relatives
and friends.
and his orchestra
lor dinner and supper
from 3:30 to / .'50
in the
air conditioned
)6th and K Streets, W.
In the News
Maj. Gen. and Mrs. T. G. Hearn
and their son Tom have arrived
in Washington from Georgia, en
route to California, where they will
make their home. While here, they
are visiting Mrs. Hearns mother.
Mrs. Edgar Jadwin, widow of the
late Lt. Gen. Jadwin.
Dr. and Mrs. E. Osmun Barr have'
returned after spending the summer
at Indian Springs, N. Y.
Lt. Anna A. Turek, who recently
returned from service in Europe, is
the guest of her sister. Mrs. Walter
Alumnae Begin
Fall Activities
The Washington Alpha Phi
Alumnae Chapter will open its fall
season with a buffet supper at 6:30
p.m. Thursday in the garden of
Mrs. Harry Jones Georgetown
home, 1310 Thirty-fourth street
Assisting Mrs. Jones will be: Mrs.
G. E. Keeler. Miss Betty Reed. Mrs.
Reuben W. McCanna, Mrs. Walter
J. Smith and Mrs. John E. Burks.
The program, third in the series
in which members tell of their
work in Washington, will feature
two speakers, the hostess, Mrs.
Jones, who is a public relations rep
resentative for Women's National
News Service, and Miss Hazel Niel
son, secretary of the National De
fense Committee of the DAR and
editor of the National Defense News.
Mrs. Richard C Turner will lead
the Alpha Phi sing. Collegiate and
alumnae members in the Wash
ington area may make reservations
for the supper by calling Wisconsin
9013 or Franklin 0164.
Group to Plan Year
Committee chairmen of the Be
thesda-Chevy Chase Branch of the
American Association of University
Women will meet, at 8 o'clock to
night to outline plans for the com
ing year's work Mrs. Noble Boa?,*
president of the association, will
All interested college women of'
the arfca are invited to attend. The
meeting will be held at the Recrea
tion Center on Norwood drive.
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Auxiliary to Meet
The Women's Auxiliary, Hotel
Greeters of America, will meet at
8:30 p.m Thursday at the Willard
Dollology Club
To Hold Exhibit
An exhibit of doll houses owned
by Mrs. Roger D. Marsden will be
the feature of the first meeting of
the Washington Dollology Club
when it meets after a summer re
cess at'2 p.m. Saturday at Mrs.
Marsden s home. 6305 Broad Branch
road, Chevy Chase. Md.
The hostess will speak on "Dolt
Houses” and will exhibit the three
she built and furnished. One of
the houses was built during the
depression days to show how a one
room dwelling could be erected.
The other two doll houses are
replicas of an English country house
and a Cape Cod cottage, complete
with landscaping and plots.
Mrs. James Waldo Fawcett, presi
dent, will preside.
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