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Beatrice Blair Makes Bow
To Society at Garden Fete
One of the first families of Washington presented a daughter to
society yesterday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. Montgomery Blair intro
duced Miss Beatrice Blair to their friends, members of Washington’s
most prominent residential families.
It was a beautiful 5 to 7 affair at the F Street Club, the house
where the wedding reception of the debutante's parents took place.
The club, of course, is the former home of Mrs. John Gross, who is
a cousin of Mrs. Blair’s and godmother to Beatrice. The latter was
feted by Mrs. Gross at a small dinner and dance following the tea.
The drawing room of the club, where Dr. and Mrs. Blair received
with their daughter, was a veritable bower of flowers sent to Miss
Blair. There were vases of cut flowers of nearly every description and
corsages of sweetheart roses, orchids, gardenias, and old-fashioned!
nosegays. Despite the intense heat that should have wilted anyone,;
the debutante was a lovely picture in a white gown of starched lace j
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old-fashioned lines with a very full
skirt and off-the-shoulder bertha.
A cluster of slipper orchids was
pinned at the center of the neckline.
Standing between her husband
and daughter, Mrs. Blair looked
very attractive in a long gown of
pale gray crepe. She also wore an
orchid corsage.
Scores of the best-known Capital
names filed through the drawing
room and on out into the garden
where the party really took place.
The Blair family has long been
distinguished in Washington. Dr.
Blair is the nephew of the late Gist
Blair who owned the historic Blair
House and left it to his nephew.
The latter virtually gave it, with
elegant furnishings Intact, to the
United States Government. The
debutante is the niece of Mrs. Adol
phus Staton and Mrs. B. Lowndes
Jackson and great niece of Princess
jLViaxKai ci/ ©
grandfather was Gen. William
Franklin Draper, who served as
Ambassador to Italy and Great
Britain. Another great grandparent,
Mrs. Frank Mitchell, was at the
party yesterday.
The weather notwithstanding, the
garden of the club was well filled
and gay with the flowers on the
scattered tables and the flowered
print dresses of the feminine guests.
A marquee had been set up over the
bar and tea table on the left and
cooling drinks flowed continuously.
Something new and popular was
iced coflee with vanilla Ice cream
floating in it.
Miss Elizabeth. Houghton was
there and seeing' to It that Mrs.
William North Sturtevant, Mrs,
Frederick Bradley and others on
her list of pourers were on hand at
the appointed time to pour tea.
Col. and Mrs. David Barry, Mrs.
Nathan Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Reber
Llttlehales and Mrs. Richard Dunn
chatted with friends. Mr. and Mrs
William Flather sat at one table
while In another group were Dr
and Mrs. Walter Boyd, Mrs. John
A. Washington and Mrs. Arnold
Wilcox.
Most of the women present are
now, or have been at one time oi
another, members of the Junioi
League of Washington, of which
Mrs. Blair is a past president. There
were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson
Mr. and Mrs. Gale McLean, Mr
and Mrs. G. Howland Chase, Mr
and Mrs. David Karrick, the John
Hendersons, the John Stenhouses
and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Kauff
mann. Still others on hand for
this delightful party were Mr; and
Mrs. A. C. Oliphant, Mr. Robert
Woolley and the three Misses
Woolley, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel A.
Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Reeve
Hoover and Mr. and Mrs. William
■Rlair Thp latter turn, who nrp
brother and sister, respectively, of
Dr. and Mrs. Blair, arrived in eve
ning clothes, dressed for Mrs. Gross'
dinner at the club.

In the News
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Condon
of Washington and Edgewater, Md„
entertained informally at dinner
last night for Mr. and Mrs. Wright
Matthews of Dallas.
Mr. Matthews, who is one of the
leading lawyers in Dallas, was for
merly a.ssistant commissioner of
internal revenue. He was appoint
ed a few days ago to be a member
of the commission to write legisla
tion completely revising the Federal
tax structure.
Mr. and Mrs. Gates Wells of
Platte City, Mo., and their three
daughters, Bess, Helen and Ann
Louise, are expected to arrive at the
White House Saturday to be the
guests of Mrs. Truman for several
days. Mr. Wells and Mrs. Truman
are cousins.
Mrs. Philip F. Dodson and her
daughter Fhylls have left for
Manila, to Join Mr. Dodson, who
is the Philippine alien property
administrator.
Miss Theresa Eileen Hanlon,
daughter of Mrs. Timothy Hanlon
and the late Mr. Hanlon was grad
uated yesterday from Mount Mary's
Academy in Leonardtown.
Miss Mary Furlow, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Furlow of
Chevy Chase, has been elected presi
dent of the athletic association of
Casenovia Junior College. <
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MISS BLAIR.
—Hessler Photo.
Miss Mary Willis
Weds Mr. MacGill
One of yesterday’s brides was Miss
Mary Kathryn Willis, daughter of
Mrs. Edward Mott Willis and the
late Mr. Willis, who was married to
Mr. Robert Henry MacGill, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thomas MacGill
of Baltimore, in a ceremony at 4:30
o’clock in the Chevy Chase Pres
byterian Church. Dr. J. Hillman
Hollister officiated and a reception
was held at the Columbia Country
Club. Mr. John Marston Wilson,
cousin of the bride, was the soloist.
Given in marriage by her brother,
Mr. Edward Hillman Willis, the
bride wore a Chantilly lace over ivory
satin gown. Her veil was held by a
coronet of orange blossoms and
pearls and her bouquet was of iilies
of-the-valley, roses and orchids.
Her only ornament was a strand of
pearls, a gift of the bridegroom.
Miss Anne Titus was the maid of
honor and the bridesmaids were the
Misses Margaret Deaton, Flavia Lee,
Katherine Rounds and Margaret
Smaltz. The flower girls were Susan
r_tTmu._i -r-»_1_nrilH.
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nieces of the bride. Mr. Richard
Potter was best man and the ushers
were the Messrs. Richard T. Willis
and John C. Willis, brothers of the
bride; Thomas MacGill and John
MacGill, brothers of the bridegroom,
I and Francis Trott, John Knipp and
• Henry Hinrichs.
Engagements
Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hancock of
Berwyn announce the engagement
of their daughter, Miss Virginia Lee
Hancock to Mr. William Talbott
Sigafoose, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. B.
Sigafoose of Gaithersburg. The
wedding will take place July 12.
The engagement of Miss Elizabeth
Estelle Ward to Mr. James Maxwell
Vuncannon, is announced by her
mother, Mrs. Clara M. Hillenbrand
of this city. Mr. Vuncannon is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Remus M. Vun
cannon of Greensboro, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Lawrence
I Glasgow' of Roanoke Rapids, N. C.,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Lillian Frances Glas
J gow to Mr. Leslie Wendell De
! Lauder, son of Mrs. Charles Gaskill
of Arlington and the late Mr. Hart
zell Leslie De Lauder.
! The wedding will take place Satur
| day in the Foundry Methodist
' Church.
Blough to Sign
Copies of Book
Glenn O. Blough, author of "The
Monkey With a Notion,” a Junior
Literary Guild selection, will auto
graph copies of the book from 3 to
5:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Junior
League Bookshop, 2001 Massachu
setts avenue NW.
A teacher, lecturer and writer in
the field of science, Mr. Blough is
also the author of several textbooks
on science which have been popular
in elementary schools. “The Monkey
With a Notion,” which is a book for
children, is illustrated by John F.
DeCuir.
Mrs. Frank Sterrett, chairman of
the bookshop, and her assistant, Mrs.
Arnold Wilcox, are among league
members who will be on hand dur
ing Mr. Blough's visit tomorrow.
Miss Gertrude Dunbar is manager
of the shop.
In addition to its stock of chil
dren’s books and fiction and nonfic
tion for adults, the Junior League
Bookshop includes a rental library
for adults. All proceeds go to the
social service department of Chil
dren's Hospital.
T rr inr Resnrt:
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Luncheon Given
Mr. an<l Mrs. Lambert Emlyn
Jones and their young daughter,
Carroll, •will go to Virginia Beach
Saturday to be with Mr. Jones’
mother, Mrs. James Emlyn Jones,
who has made her home there for
the past year. Mr. Jones will re
main only over the week end and
return to Washington while Mrs.
Jones and Carroll will be with the
senior Mrs. Jones for the remainder
of the summer.
Mrs. Jones was hostess at lunch
eon yesterday entertaining at the
Shorebam in compliment to Mrs.
Leila Lane Stanley of Los Angeles,
formerly of Washington. Mrs.
Stanley came East for the marriage
last week of her daughter, Miss
Anne Josephine Ray, to Mr. James
Gordon Holland, which took place
In Williamsburg, Va.
Mrs. Stanley is the guest of Mrs.
Phillip Jessup in her Georgetown
home. Others at the luncheon yes
terday were Mrs. Jessup, Mrs,
Lucius W. Scott, Mrs. Matthew
White Perry, Mrs. Sykes Stevenson
Mrs. Hunter Drum, Miss Cynthia
Hill and Miss Devereux Green.
Silver Spring Plans
Junior AAUW
The Silver Spring Branch of t,h<
American Association of Universitj
Women is making plans to organize
a junior association under'the chair
manship of Mrs. Ben W. Miller, s
member of the board.
Mrs. Prank C. Cross recently waf
elected president of the branch
while other new officers are Mrs
Wesley R. Koster. vice president anc
membership chairman; Mrs. John N
Ditzler, secretary, and Mrs. John E
Dietz, treasurer.
Members of the board of director!
include Mrs. J. R. Kanagy, educa
tion; Mrs. Harry L. Morgan, inter
national education and relations
Mrs. Falconer Smith, social studies
Miss Helen Horton, creative arts
Mrs. H. P. Morris, status of women
Mrs. Paul H. Anderson, fellowship
Mrs. L. O. Regeimbal, legislative pro
gram; Mrs. Thomas Norrell, pub
licity; Miss Dora Pearson, pro
cram: Mrs. C. P. NettleshiD. hosDi
tality, and Mrs. James E. Miller
historian.
Officers Named
Mrs. John G. Jenkins has beer
elected president of the University
Park (Md.) Woman’s Club. Othei
new officers are Mrs. Ottis H. Wes
ley, vice president; Mrs. Harry
Hazelhurst, jr., recording secretary;
Mrs. Charles O. Middlekauf, cor
responding secretary; Mrs. Harry
D. Eisenhauer, treasurer, and Mrs
William Bowie, director.
Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Prank M
Stephen will represent the club at
the convention of the General Fed
eration of Women's Club in New
York June 23-28.
Embassy Party
Mme. Ala, wife of the Iranian
Ambassador, entertained in the Em
bassy garden yesterday from 6 to 8
Mr. Ala 1s not well and was unable
to receive with his wife.
Most of the guests were members
of the Diplomatic Corps, but in ad
dition there were representatives
from our Army and Navy and of
official and residential Washington,
Announcement
Mrs. Sarah Parker West of Onan
cock, Va., announces the marriage
of her daughter. Miss Margaret
Louise West to Mr. Eugene Frank
Hart, son of Mrs. Philip E. Hart of
this city.
The ceremony took place in the
rectory of the Church of the Good
Shepherd, the Rev. Robert Tpmlin
son officiating.
After a family luncheon at the
Carlton Hotel, the couple left for
Canada. Mr. Hart is a graduate of
Brown University.
IWeddingCeremoniesY esterday
Mr*. Margaret Sanderson Amus-j
sen, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Fred j
R. Sanderson of Kenwood, Md., was
married at 4 o’clock yesterday in the
Shrine of the Blessed Sacrament to
Mr. Christopher Robin Amussen,
| son of Mrs. Theodore Amussen and
the late Mr. Amussen of Kenwood.
The Rev. Russell Phelan officiated.
A small reception was held at the
home of the bride’s parents after
the ceremony. The bride is the
widow of Lt. John Russell Amussen,
US.N.R., who was killed while on
active duty.
Given in marriage by her father,
MRS. AMUSSEN.
—Hessler Photo.
the bride wore an apple green over
pale pink organdy gown. She car
ried a family prayer book. Miss
Louise Sanderson was maid of
honor for her sister and the brides
maid was another sister, Miss Mary
Ann Sanderson. Mr. Theodore
Smith Amussen was his brother’s
best man and seating the guests
were the Messrs. Robert Amussen,
Donald Amussen, Robert McChes
ney and Charles Hurd.
After a wedding trip to Sea Is
land, Ga., the couple will go to
Wynnewood, Pa., where the bride
j groom is attending Havcrford Col
j lege. Mrs. Amussen attended St.
Mary-of-the-Woods in Indiana.
Suite-Love
At 4:30 o’clock yesterday in All
Souls Protestant Church, Miss Loris
Virginia Love, daughter of Mrs.
Charles Bell Love of Mount Rainier,
and Mr. William Crandall Suite,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Harry
Suite, were married by the Rev.
Henry Hatch Dent Sterrett. A re
MRS. SUITE.
—Brooks Photo.
ceptlon at the Prince Georges Coun
try Club followed the ceremony.
The bride was given in marriage
by her brother-in-law, Mr. Albert
Livingston Houghton. Mrs. Edison
Hewitt Dimmitt was matron of
honor and the other attendants were
Mrs. Russell G. Robinson and Miss
Cordelia Light. The best man was
Dr. William L. Knott and the ushers
were the Messrs. William O’Niel,
Russell O. Robinson, Edison Hewitt
Dimmitt and Roscoe L. Wood.
Mrs. Suite attended the Corcoran
School of Art and her husband at
tended the Catholic University of
America. After a wedding trip to
Virginia Beach, the couple will live
in this city.
Martin-Poston
Now in New York on their wed
ding trip are Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Emmett Martin, jr., whose marriage
took place at 7:30 o'clock last eve
ning in the Lewis Memorial Meth
odist Church, the Rev. C. Cromwell
officiating. The couple will reside in
Arlington upon their return.
The bride is the former Miss
Wanda Y. Poston of Arlington,
daughter of Mr. Perry C. Poston of
Washington and the late Mrs. Pos
ton. She was given in marriage by
her father and she wore a white
satin gown and a fingertip veil held
by a coronet of seed pearls. Her
flowers were white roses and double
baby's breath.
Mrs. Francis M. Spindle, sister of
the bridegroom, was matron of
honor and the bridesmaids were
Miss Frances Ann Thomas and Miss
Ruth Ward. Serving as best man for
the bridegrom, who is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin, was Mr. Bowen E.
McDonald and the ushers were Mr.
A. Michael Bello and Mr. William
Plumb.
Jawish-Fyfe
in the Chevy Chase Presbyterian
Church last evening. Miss Sara Jean
Fyfe became the bride of Mr. Wil
liam Kaiser Jawish, jr., Dr. J. Hill
man Hollster officiating at the cere
mony. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Fyfe and
her husband is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jawish, all of Washington.
Given in marriage by her father,
Mrs. Jawish wore an ice blue satin
gown with a fingertip veil of blue
illusion. Her bouquet was of gar
denias with an orchid center. Miss
Corinne Fyfe was maid of honor for
her sister and the other attendants
were Miss Jeanne Jawish, sister of
the bridegroom; Mrs. Julian Owens
and Mrs. Fred Powell. Mr. Robert
Harvey Robey was best man and the
ushers were Mr. Owens, Mr. Mor
gan T. Huff, Mr. Oliver T. Carr and
Mr. Charles M. Fyfe, Jr., brother of
the bride.
After the ceremony, a reception
was held at the Admiral Club. Later
the couple left for a wedding trip
to Lake Lure, N. C. They will reside
in Washington when they return.
Mrs. Jawish was graduated from
the Marjorie Webster Junior College
last week and her husband attended
the University of Virginia and now
is enrolled at the University of Mary,
land.
Quota Club Names
Parley Delegates
Miss Margaret Ellis and Miss
Elizabeth Cullen will represent the
Washington Quota Club at the con
vention of Quota International to
be held June 25-28 in Victoria, Brit
ish Columbia.
More than 500 delegates and mem
bers are expected to attend the
sessions to plan a program of serv
ice and legislation for the next year,
and to elect officers. The conven
tion theme is "Friendship Promotes
Peace."
Dr., Mary Powell Northern, of
Ralfimnrp infAm a f inn a 1 nrp&lrtant.
will preside at all business meet
ings..
Outstanding speakers from Can
ada and the United States will be
featured. Mrs. Nancy Hodges, mem
ber of the Legislative Assembly of
the Province of British Columbia,
and E. C. Rowebottom, Deputy
Minister of the Department of
Trade and Industry, Victoria, will
represent Canada. Speakers from
the United States include Mrs.
Wanda Frey Jointer, of Los Angeles,
founder and honorary life president
of Quota International, and Dr.
Harriet Daggett, of Baton Rouge,
| professor of law at the University of
Louisiana.
Guest of Cousin
Miss Consuelo Reyes Calderon,
secretary for Latin America of the
Peoples Mandate Committee, ex
pects to return to Washington the
latter part of the week from New
York, where she has been the guest
of her cousin, Senora de Calderon
of San Jose, Costa Rica. Wife of
the former President of Costa Rica,
Senora de Calderon, will sail for Bel
?ium, her native country, in the near
future.'
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Brush Sets_1.50
Book Ends-1.75
Tie Racks_2.00
SCOTTIE, beautifully carved on
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Brush Sets_1.50
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DUtrict 3949
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GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD.
Selected by the Washington Urtlt of the Women’s Overseas
Service League for its 1947 good citizenship award, the Npyes
School was presented with a $10 check at a league dinner this
week at the Burlington Hotel. The school was cited for its
record in being the first in the District to adopt a war orphan
with funds earned through participation in The Evening Star
PTA paper salvage program. Left to right: Miss Grace Bush,
principal of the school: Mrs. John M. Duhig, who acted as
foster mother for the war orphan adopted by the students, and
Miss Louise Whitney, patriotic chairman of the league, who
made the presentation. —Star Staff Photo.
Sororities List
Saturday Events
Mrs. Helen Arthur Adair, who re
cently resigned as acting dean of
the Washington College of Law,
will be feted by Beta Chapter of
Phi Delta Delta Legal Fraternity,
at a buffet supper at 5 p.m. Satur
day at the home of the chapter
president. Miss Dorothy Jackson,
121 Webster street N.W. Mrs. Adair
will leave Washington in the near
future to make her home in Okla
homa.
Miss Catherine L. Vaux, interna
tional president of Phi Delta Delta,
will be among the guests and invi
tations also have been issued to
Miss Elfie Carlson, new president
of the Alumnae Chapter; and the
presidents of other local chapters.
Mrs. Myrtle D. Sherrill is arrange
ments chairman.
Alpha Eta Chapter of Beta Chi
National Sorority will give a wiener
roast Saturday at the home of Mrs.
George Harwood, 308 South Abing
don street, Arlington. Representa
tives of the Philadelphia chapters,
who will be here this week end for
mm AlnVsn Dtvwtnaa aV** tft
be special guests.
Alpha Chapter of Phi Delta
Gamma will entertain for the na
tional council and members of Beta
Chapter at a tea from 4 to 6 p m.
Saturday in Mary Graydon Hall,
American University. Miss An
toinette Lowry, national president,
heads the list erf officers who will
be here for the council sessions at
the Dodge Hotel.
The annual family picnic given
by the Washington Alumnae Chap
ter of Gamma Phi Beta Will be
held from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. Satur
day at the Palisades Recreation
Center. Games for the children,
amusements for teen-agers and
dancing later in the clubhouse, will
be features.
Mrs. J. D. Btudley is in charge of
the Picnic Committee. Reservations
may be made with Mrs. Robert O.
Mathews, Mrs. Albert M. Cole, Mrs.
R. C. Callender or Mrs. Garth Ed
wards.
Alpha Province of Chi Sigma
Sorority will give a dance at 10 p.m. |
Saturday in the Terrace Dining
Room at the National Airport. The
event is open to the public.
Casino Raises Demanded
Employes of the gambling con
cessions in the casino in Vina del
Mar, Chile, are demanding raises
in pay and family allowances.
Council to Hold
Quarterly Meeting
The Washington Council of the
National Society, Women of Amer
ica, Inc., will hold lta quarterly
meeting at 2 pm. Saturday at the
home of Mrs. John Morrison Kerr,
1522 Thirtieth street N.W.
The meeting will mark the end of
the first year of the group’s organi
sation In the District, and will fea
ture reports of the pest year’s activ
ities and election of officers. A spe
cial Flag Day program also will be
given.
Miss Margaret Louise O’Brien,
president, who was recently elected
as national vice president of the
organization, will preside.
Assisting Mrs. Kerr with tea ar
rangements will be Mrs. William T.
Clerk, Mrs. Benjamin J. Brooks, Mrs.
John H. Alxford, Miss Alice H.
Drake and the Misses Helene and
Imogene Philibert.
Mrs. Macauley
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By Ruth Dtan
Though women have attained
their political rights within the past
quarter century, they must continue
to fight for them and must exercise
the serious responsibility that goes
with the privilege of the vote, Bin.
Robert W. Blacauley, director of the
Women's Division of the Republican
National Committee, declared yes
terday.
"We have come a long way in the
past 35 years,” Bln. Blacauley told
a luncheon meeting of the Zonta
Club at the Dodge Hotel, “but we
must continue to fight for our place
as co-equals and co-owners of our
Government.”
She praised the work already be
ing done by 450,000 women through
out the country through 4,500 organ
ized Republican Women’s clubs in
43 States. She also stressed the value
of the leadership of the business
and professional women of the coun
try and pointed out how women have
already "gained ground’’ through
representation on political commit
tees and in State legislatures.
"These words may sound empty
to the voteless citizens of the Dis
trict,” BIrs. Blacauley said, "but the
hope of ultimately getting the vote
Is all the more reason for being pre
pared.” She praised the work of one
local women’s organization whose ef
forts at getting out the absentee
votes made possible the election of a
State Governor.
BIrs. Blacauley expressed the opin
ion that women are vitally Inter
ested In politics today because the
Government’s policies touch their
homes and lives so closely. For ef
fective leadership and results, how
ever, she called on women to be
“partisan.” "Be a Republican or a
Democrat,” she urged, "but don’t be
an independent.” An independent
voter is really a "dependent” voter,
she added, because he is not In a
position to achieve much.
In conclusion, she again stressed
the Important role played in politics
by business and professional women
and told the club, ‘It Is In a group
of this sort that you find the politi
cal leadership that we mot. sorely
need.”
BIrs. Lenore Logan, program chair
man, introduced the speaker. BIrs.
Blalcolm Scates, president, presided.
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