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Miss Warren Wed
To Joseph Rogers; Norris Engagement Miss Ethel Leicester Warren, daughter of Mrs. Pilson Warren and Mr. Earle L. Warren, was married at noon yesterday to Mr. Joseph W. Rogers, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Rogers of Barre, Mass. The Rev. Frank Blackwelde offi ciated at the ceremony, which took place at All Souls’ Episcopal Church and was attended by members of the family only. The couple left later for a honeymoon at Virginia Beach and upon their return will be at home at 2025 Kalorama road. A member of the Junior League of Washington, Mrs. Rogers was graduated from Mount Vernon Sem inary and George Washington Uni versity. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Bates Warren and the late Mr. Warren and of Mrs. Raymond H. Pilson and the late Mr. Pilson, and she is the great-granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin P. Pilson. Her mother is a well-known in terior decorator in Washington apd has frequently collaborated with Mr. Rogers, who is an architect. The latter is a graduate of the Univer sity of Pennsylvania School of Fine Arts and has also studied at Fon tainebleau Academy in France. He is associated with an architectural firm in the Capital. Capitalites are interested to hear of the engagement of Lt. Comdr. Leo Brison Norris, Jr., to Mrs. Mary Frances McClellan, daughter of Mrs. John Baker of Houston, Tex., and Palm Beach, Fla., and the late Mr. Baker. Lt, Comdr. Norris Is the soh of Dr. and Mrs. Norris of this city. He attended Georgetown University be fore entering the United States Naval Reserve. His bride-to-be went to Texas Christian University in Port Worth. The wedding will take place the latter part of October in Houston, after which the couple will come to Washington to live. More news in the Norris family Involves Lt. Comdr. Norris’ sister, Jdiss Marion Norris. She and Miss Louise Hamilton are back in Wash ington after almost three months abroad. They came back on the Batory, which docked a week ago yesterday, but Miss Norris stopped for a few days’ visit with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Symington, in Llewellyn Park, N. J. MRS. DUSINBERRE. —Harris & Eicing Photo. At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon In the Metropolitan Memorial Methodist Church, Miss Fay Lau rette Rumple, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Boyce Rumple, be came the bride of Mr. John Worth ington Dusinberre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter DeKay Dusinberre. Dr. Edward Gardiner Latch officiated at the ceremony and the reception was held at the Congressional Country Club. Escorted by her father, the bride was attended by the Misses Betty Jones, Eunice Robertson, Shirley Moore, Peggy Stevens and Lynn Matteson of Highmore, S. Dak. Mr. Peter DeKay Dusinberre, jr., was best man for his brother and the ushers were the Messrs. Ray mond Howar, Robert Pittman, Val eaDamio and John Gilroy of New ork. i _. On the Party Log Yesterday’s social log had parties, j There was the dinner at the phoreham last evening for the chief «f staF the Colombian armed forces. Miguel San Juan, who frrive rrday for a tour of United . js military installations. Hosts at the party last evening were 4he Colombia Military Attache and penora de Tamayo. This afternoon file distinguished visitor 'will be feted at a reception by the Colom bian Ambassador and Senora de pestrepo-Jaramillo, and on Monday he will be the honor guest at a luncheon to be given by Lt. Gen. Stephen Chamberlin. [ The Chief of Naval Operations qnd Mrs. Louis E. Denfeld were hosts «t a buffet supper last evening for ^ members of the Admiral's class of 912 at the Naval Academy. Another Jiilitarv gathering was the cocktail arty which Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Kester L. Hastings gave at the Army ^nd Navy Club. 1 Then there was the tea which Mrs. ifarciso Ramos, wife of the retiring Philippine Minister Counselor, gave ftyr the wife of the new minister, Mrs. Emilio Abello., • _«_ Airs. Shaw to Talk ! Mrs. Carolyn Hagner Shaw, edi tor of the Social List of Washing ton, will be guest speaker at a meet ing of the literature section of the $ethesda Woman's Club at 11 a.m. Tuesday. ' Mrs. Shaw, who also conducts a tladio program and writes a syndi cated column on “Modern Manners,” ^rill speak informally of her varied experiences in working with the problems of protocol and her con tacts with social and official Wash ington. A question period will fol low her talk. , ! Mrs Joseph Guandolo will be Hostess for the meeting. Welsh Club to Meet ; The report of the national con vention will be discussed at the ifceeting of the Women’s Welsh Club <jf Washington, to be held at 8 p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Kath ifrine Reese, 611 Sligo road, Silver Spring. The club is one of 40 in the United States which supports the Home for Aged Welsh Men and Women in Cleveland. MRS. BARBER. —F. Marion Clark Photo. The wedding of Miss Nancy Jean! Burgess, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Herbert L. Burgess of Bethesda, and j Sergt. Marvin E. Barber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin G. Barber of Cabin John, Md„ took place yes terday afternoon. The marriage took place in the Chapel of the Redeemer in Fairway Hills, Md., the Rev. Robert Evans Browning offi ciating at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Arthur A. Beauverd was her ! sister's only attendant. Mr. James : Wallace was best man and the i ushers were Mr. Richard Smith, Mr. Robert Brown and Mr. John I Lynch. Mayflower Lounge Opening Is Held One of the most popular spots In ; town last evening was the May i flower Lounge, which had its aec !ond champagne and orchid open j ing. Ranking guests among the huge assemblage were the Secre tary of War and Mrs. Kenneth C. j Royall and the Chief of Staff and Mrs. Omar Bradley. * Princess Tawhide Halim, who had . j the Royalls and Bradleys as her ! guests, entertained at dinner in the Presidential dining room before the lounge opening. Her other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Noel Mac.v, Mrs. George R. Holmes, Mr. Hugo Gouthier and Mr. Prank Rediker. Others on hand were Col. Serge Obolensky of New York, Mrs. Wini fred Shelton of Honolulu, Maj. Gen. and Mrs. J. W. Heard, Capt. and Mrs. Samuel Guernsey Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Freer, Mr. and Mrs. Percy A. Shay of New York, Capt. and Mrs. William H. Watson, , Mrs. Fred Britten, Col. and Mrs. Andrew E. Van Esso, and many more. I • __ Charles Boteler, Jr., ToWed Tennessean i Mr. Charles M. Boteler, jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Boteler, will be i married to Miss' Lucy Page Hart Of Nashville, Tenm • Their engage- L ment has been announced by her* mother, Mrs. Lindsey Hart of Nash-! I ville. The bride-elect wgs graduated in i June from Bryn Mawr College where iShe was president of the student I government. She is a member of 'the Girls’ Cotillion Club of Nash ville and is a provisional member of the Junior League of Nashville. Mr. Boteler, a native of Wash ington, is a graduate of the Lan don School in Bethesda. He re ceived his B. A. degree from Haver ford College, Pa., in June of this year, having served with the United States Marine Corps during the war. He is now engaged in the in- i surance business in Washington. Broadcast Slated On County Schools The Education Committee of the Prince Georges County League of Women Voters will sponsor a radio broadcast at 9:45 a.m. Monday over radio station WGAY featuring a discussion of the school situation in Prince Georges County. This will be the second in a series of broadcasts being sponsored by the Prince Georges and Montgomery County leagues. Mrs. Simon Epstein and Mrs. L. L. Woodman will discuss the survey sponsored by the feague and the County Council of the Parent Teacher Association to determine educational needs in the county. A report on the findings of the survey will be made public at an open meeting on October 27 in the Agri culture Auditorium of the University of Maryland. T o Meet T uesday The proposed $4,750,000 school bond issue will be discussed by four Arlington County Board candidates at a general meeting of the Arling ton. branch of the American Asso ciation of University Women at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Lyon Park Community House. Plans for a rummage sale to be held in Clarendon on October 23 alf«# will be discussed. Forty-three new members have ' joined the branch this year, bring ing the total membership to 149, according to Mrs. Arthur Young, membership chairman. Col. Smith to SpeakI Col. Newman Smith, intelligence: officer formerly with the United j States Joint Chiefs of Staff, will | speak on “Intelligence-As It Relate to Security and Preparedness," at the dinner meeting of the Yvasuii - ton Vassar Club, to be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Willard Hoic . Col. Smith, who served in the Philippine Insurrection, the Mexi can War and World Wars I and II, is chief of the loan guaranty service of the Veterans’ Administration. Barrett-Snow Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Barrett of Emporia, Va., announce the en gagement of their daughter, Helen Shirley, to Mr. Edward Francis Snow, jr„ son of Mr. and Mrs. Snow. Miss Barrett now makes her home in Washington, having formerly lived in Rocky Mount, N. C. The marriage will take place at 5 o'clock on Thursday, November 25, in the Congress Heights Meth odist Church. AU Rush Tea~ A rash tea will be given by Alpha Chapter of Phi Delta Gamma from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at the ; home of Dr. Paul F. Douglass, president of American University. 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