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Weds Mr. Hirsch At Hotel 2400 OB March 31. Miss Rosalie Fonoroff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marc M. Fonoroff of Washington, became the bride of Mr. Howard Ludley Hirsch, son of Mrs. I«na Hirschowltz, also of Washington. Rabbi Solomon H. Metz officiated. Hie bride was given in marriage by her father. 8he wore a White MRS. HIRSCH —Glogau Photo. satin gown, with a veil of illusion falling from a halo crown, and her flowers were white roses and sweet peas. Miss Charlotte Feterman, cousin of the bride, was her only attendant. She wore a pink net gown and carried pink roses and blue iris. Mr. Robert Abel was best man. The couple went to Miami and from there will go to Cuba. When they return from their wedding trip, they will reside at 23 Adams street N.W. Mr. Hirsch attended Columbia University and his wife attended Ohio University. Wedding Ceremony Planned for June The engagement of Miss Margaret Elizabeth Long of Washington, to Mr. Robert Staughton Doyle is an nounced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Horner Long of Balti more. Mr. Doyle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Irving Doyle of Chevy Chase. The bridê-elect is a graduate of the Girls' Latin School of Baltimore and of Duke University, Mr. Doyle was also graduated from Duke Uni versity and served as a pilot in the Army Air Force during the war. He is now attending graduate school at the University of Maryland. Their wedding will· take place onj June 7 at the Second Presbyterian] Church, in Baltimore. sa\ Reception for Percy Grainger After Concert Τ his Evening Mr. and Mrs. George Angus Gar rett," both long active In the work lot the National Symphony Or chestra, will be hosts early this eve ning In honor of Mr. Percy Grainger, Australian pianist. Mr. Grainger will be soloist this afternoon with the Orchestra in Constitution Hall when Mr. Howard Mitchell, first cellist, will conduct in the absence of the permanent conductor. Dr. Hans Kindler who is recovering from a serious Illness. Meanwhile the members of the various committees for the Wednes day Evening Subscription Concerts for next season are earning excel lent results from their labors. The Box Committee, headed by Mrs. H. Chapman Rose, already has assigned boxes to early subscribers. These are boxholders in the current season and will have the same boxes they occupied this winter. Among these are Rèpresentative Frances P. Bol ton, Assistant Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. John Nicholas Brown, Mrs. Arthur Robert Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, Mr. and Mrs. William Blum, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Lee D. Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drury, Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Ferriday, Mr. and Mrs. George An gus Garrett. Judge and Mrs. Clar ence Norton Goodwin, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Grew, Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Brace Howe, Mr. ana Mrs. emu Hurja, Mrs. Frederic A. Keep, Mr. and Mrs. Milton King, Rear Admiral and Mrs. Emory Scott Land, Mis. Reeve Lewis, Capt. and Mrs. Charles Hamilton Maddox, Mr. and Mrs. George Maurice Morris, Mr. and Mrs. George Hewitt Myers, Mrs. Elizabeth Nowinski, Mrs. Edwin B. Parker, fttrs. George Wilder Reed, Mrs. Higginson Rogers, Mr. and Mis. Gustav L. S. Stewart, Jr., Mr. arid Mrs. Walter R. Tuckerman, Mrs. Matthew John Whlttall, Mr. George Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Orme Wilson. Mrs. Rose is assisted by Mrs. Ray mond Guest and Mrs. Christopher Huxley as vice chairmen and among those assisting in the sell-out of these concerts next winter are Mrs. William Wigglesworth, Mrs. David N. Yerkes, Mrs. DeForrest Van Slyck, Mrs. Peter Dewey, Mrs. J. William Fulbright, Mrs. Norman Kieth, Mrs. James P. Hendrick, Mrs. M. Robert Guggenheim, Mrs. "Thomas Burke, Mrs. Robert H. Dunlap, Mrs, Reeve Lewis, jr., Mrs. John Lord O'Brian and Mrs. Abram Hewitt. Members of this committee who already have reserved their boxes are Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Hurja, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Howe, Mrs. Reeve Lewis, sr.. Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Whittall, Mrs. Goodwin, and Mrs. Morris. Congressman's Son To Be Married Of interest in both Washington and Georgia la the announcement by Mr. and Mrs. William Lively Greene, of the engagement of their daughter. Miaa Grace Greene, to Lt. Stephen Pace, Jr, son of Repre sentative and Mrs. Pace. Their marriage will take (dace at high 'noon on Saturday, April 19, at the First Methodist Church in Americus, 0·» which to tta· home et both famille·. The bride-elect «u graduated from Gfeocgla Southwestern College and received * B£. degree in Home Kcooomlo) at the University of Georgia. She to » well-known equestrienne «nd popular member of the young act In her home city. 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