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Os Poland
Is Host
Dinner Is Given in Honor of
. Speaker and Mrs. Nicholas
Longworth; Many Notables
Are Present
The Ambassador of Poland
and Mme. Tytus Filipowicz en
tertained at dinner last eve
ning in compliment to the
Speaker of the House and Mrs.
Nicholas Longworth.
The dinner was followed by
a small reception at which the
ambassador’s distinguished coun
tryman, Wladyslaw T. Benda,
the artist, gave an exhibition
and talk on his noted masks.
Famous Mural Painter
Mr. Benda, who by the way,
Is married to an American and
himself thoroughly American
ized, is famous not only as the
originator of the masks but as
an illustrator and mural painter.
His friendship with Mr.
Filipowicz is one of long stand
ing and he is invariably a
guest at the embassy when in
Among the Guests
Other guests at the dinner
Included the Ambassador of
Great Britain, Sir Ronald
Lindsay; the Minister of Den
mark and Mme. Wadstedt, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry P. Fletcher,
the Counselor of the Czechoslo
vakian Legation and Mme.
Bkalicy, the Secretary of the
Norwegian Legation and Mme.
Siqueland, the First Secretary
of the German Embassy and
Frau Leitner, Baron Paul
Schell, attache of the Hungar
ian Legation; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Norment, Col. and Mrs.
Arthur O’Brien, the Second
Counselor of the Italian Em
bassy and Signora Catalan!,
Mrs. Chauncey M. Depew, Mrs.
Eugene Meyer, Jr., Miss Jose
phine Patten, Mrs. James
Mandeville Carlisle.
Mrs. Walcott Present
Also Mrs. Charles D. Walcott,
Miss Louise Dewey, Mme. Mas
salska, Miss Szmidecka, Stanis
law Lepkowski, Victor Podoski,
Mr. Raczymski, Polish consul
general in New York, and Mr.
Jerzyowski, nephew of Mme. Fil
ipowicz, who has recently ar
rived from his home in Poland
and is a guest at the embassy.
Some 40 guests came in later
for the reception.
. * * *
Attends Flower Show
Mrs. Arthur M. Hyde, wife of
the Secretary of Agriculture,
presided at the opening of the
annual amaryllis show at the
department greenhouses today.
She was assisted by Mrs. R.
W. Dunlap, wife of Assistant
Secretary Dunlap.
♦ * *
Diplomat In New York
Vicomte Theophile de Lant
she ere, first secretary of the
Belgian Embassy, is at the
Ambassador Hotel in New York
for a few days’ stay.
* ♦ ♦
Visit the Metropolis
Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Ramos,
the latter formerly Miss Milli
cent Rogers, have closed their
house at Tuxedo Park, N. Y.,
end are at the Sulgrave in New
York city for a few days.
* * ♦
Will Attend Bride
Miss Evelyn Walker, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Walker, of Easton, Md., and
Washington, will be a member
of the bridal party of Miss
Suzanne Park, daughter of the
United States consul at Biar
ritz, France, and Mrs. Sam
Park, whose marriage to Henry
Philip Ammidown, of Seattle,
will take place in New York
on April 10.
Miss Park’s other bridal at
tendants will include Miss Anne
Perin, of Baltimore. Her
brother, Sam Park, jr„ will go
to New York from the Uni
versity of Texas, where he is
a member of the junior class,
to be an usher at the wedding.
* ♦ ♦
Senator Connally
Honored at Club
Last Evening
Senator Tom Connally of
Texas was the guest of honor
and speaker at the weekly din
ner which the Woman’s Na
tional Democratic Club gave
last evening. He discussed
‘Why Is the Democratic Party.”
Senator and Mrs. Burton K.
Wheeler entertained at dinner
their guests including Senator
and Mrs. George W. Norris, Mr.
and Mrs. Lowell Mellett and
Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Ragan.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Herrick
had as their guests Senator
and Mrs. Connally. Capt. and
Mrs. R. R. Bennett, and Capt.
and Mrs. Paul Blackburn.
Others attending the dinner
many of them entertaining
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Keating, Mrs. Myron
Whitney, Mrs. George M.
Eckels, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D.
Condon, Mr. and Mrs. Bertram
Chesteiman, Miss Genevieve
Brown. Mrs. Gardner Jackson,
Mrs. R. C. Watson, Miss Agnes
Lemon, Mrs. Viola McWilliams,
Mrs. Charles Hamlin, Mrs. Mar
cu s Coolidge. Mrs. Ogilvie
Shumate, and Mrs. A. J. Mark
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OVER THE hurdles at the Riding and Hunt Club go Mrs. J. W. Viner and Mrs.
Vernon Olsmith. Both are ardent equestriennes and active members of the Capi
tal’s smart riding set.
Danish Envoy
Will Fete
The Minister of Denmark
and Madame Wadsted will be
hosts at a luncheon tomorrow
at the Mayflower in compli
ment to Miss Henni Forchham
mer, Danish delegate to the
League of Nations, and Mrs.
Agnete Bertram, director of a
school of gymnastics in Den
Mrs. Bertram is accompanie.l
by six young girls from her
school, who will give an exhibi
tion of their work tonight at
the Young Women’s Christian
Assoc iation. Demonstrations
will also be given by the group
at various colleges throughout
the country and at the meet
ing of the American Physical
Education Association in De
troit, April 1.
♦ ♦ ♦
Plans European Trip
Miss Edith B. Davidson, who
has passed the winter at the
Martinique, left Friday for
New York from where she will
sail to Europe on the S. S.
Coronia today.
♦ ♦ ♦
Returns to Capital
Mrs. Henry Magrane has re
turned to Washington from
Pinehurst, where she has been
spending the winter at her ou
tage, the Playhouse-in the-pines.
She plans to be here about a
♦♦ ♦ ,
Major and Mrs. Henry L.
Larsen have returned to their
apartment, at Wardman Park
Hotel, after a three weeks’ visit
in Colorado Springs.
Mrs. John W. Wofford, of
Front Royal, Va., has arrived
in Washington, and has leased
an apartment at Wardman Park
Hotel for some time.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. Edgar J. Rickard and
her daughter, Miss Peggy Rick
ard, have returned to their
apartment at the Drake in New
York from Bermuda.
Washington Fashions
There isn’t a hostess alive ♦
who doesn’t admit that sterling
silver is a good Investment;
that it is the only table service
that one can be sure of poster
ity enjoying, for it stands the
wear and tear of time; but who
hasn’t dreaded the “upkeep”
of it? There never has been
any overhead, for it Increases
in value; but the toll it takes
in time and labor!
Silver Will Not Tarnish
There was only one fly in the
amber of owning silver, and
now that has been removed. At
last we can purchase silver of
lasting beauty that will not
tarnish or discolor. That is this
new processed silver with the
exquisite platinum-like finish.
The hostess can now see her
loveliest salt dishes filled for
use without a qualm; she can
serve tomatoes in her best salad
plates with a care free spirit;
for neither will affect the bril
liance of this new silver. Nor
will eggs, olives, anchovies,
salted things one has to
At Riding and Hunt Club
Captain Jackson
Entertains Guests
At Shoreham Hotel
Capt. Thomas J. Jackson was
host to a party at dinner at the
Shoreham Hotel last evening,
the company remaining later
for supper dancing.
The guests included Col. and
Mrs. Henry Dickinson, Col. Will
iam M. Wilder, Col. and Mrs.
Heber H. Rice, Comdr, and Mrs.
R. D. Gantz, Major and Mrs.
Walter D. Cline, Major and Mrs.
Robert W. Brown, Capt. and
Mrs. John R. Dinsmore, Capt.
and Mrs. Clifford M. Ollivetti,
Lieut, and Mrs. Neal D. Frank
lin, Mrs. Robert L. Taylor, jr„
Mrs. Eleanor Cox Griffith, Miss
Muriel Doyle, Miss Eva Pope,
Major J. C. Tribby and Robert
T. Scott.
Society Notes
Mrs. Alvin G. Leonard, of
Pittsburgh, has arrived in Wash
ington, and has leased an apart
ment at Wardmarf Park Hotel
where she will make her home
for some time.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. O. B. Dexter will enter
tain a large company at lunch
eon at the Shoreham Hotel to
* ♦ ♦
Club to Give Tea
Mrs. Charles Hamlin will give
a brief history of the founding
of the Woman’s National Demo
cratic Club at the tea which the
club will give next Tuesday
afternoon. This tea will mark
the opening of a drive for resi
dent members for the week end
ing Tuesday, March 31.
Also, at this frist tea on Tues
day, Mrs. Nellie Tayloe Ross,
ex-governor of Wyoming, and
vice chairman of the Demo
cratic National Committee, will
talk of the organization of
Democratic women through the
* * ♦
Miss Susan E. Archibald of
Middleburg, is spending several
weeks at the Martinique. •
By Wilma La Vill<
serve, but before now, at what
a cost! The cost of endless
cleaning. What hostess hasn’t
had to set aside one perfectly
good day a week for cleaning
silver? Now that same hostess
can take her good silver to the
sea coast without any fsar of
that black patina that attacks
ordinary silver in salt air.
Available In New Finish
We think it a wonderful
discovery, not only for the fact
that the same treatment given
glass or china suffices for it,
but that it comes in flat silver,
service plates, in all the decora
tive pieces one finds in old
fashioned sterling, as well as in
reproductions of early Amer
ican silverware and of the’
world’s most luxurious gold
If you would like to know
where this new processed silver
can be purchased in Washing
ton, call District 5260, exten
sion 165, or write inclosing a
stamped, sen-aaaressea en
velope. Miss LaVille will gladly
answer any questions on
fashion also.
Judy Weston
Will Play

Mrs. Paul Weston, of New
York city, is visiting her mother
and father, Mr. and Mrs. H.
H. Shelton, at the Shoreham,
planning to remain during the
coming week, in order to ap
pear in the presentation of the
Lenten drama, “Galahad” in
which she will play the role
of the Christian youth, Galahad,
who goes in quest of the Holy
Mrs. Weston, as Judy Shelton,
is well-known here and in New
York city, where she appeared
on the professional stage for
two years prior to her marriage
last spring. She will play the
role of Galahad throughout the
scenes of the drama, with the
exception of the opening scene,
which will be played by a tiny
boy of three years, David Prit
chard, son of Mrs. Elizabeth
Pritchard, also well-known in
drama circles in this city.
“Galahad the spirit,” will be
played in the finale of the
drama, by Miss Mary Katha
rine Throop, an artist student
of the King-Smith Studios,
where Miss Shelton also was a
student several years ago, Miss
Throop who is now away on
her spring vacation will return
to the city Monday morning
for the .final rehearsals.
♦ * *
Native Music
Subject of
Senator Phillips Lee Colds
borough, of Maryland, will pre
side at a meeting on next Friday
afternoon, at 4 o’clock, at the
Carlton Hotel, to discuss the
best mode of procedure toward
establishing in the National
Capital an organization for the
furtherance of native American
art interests, primarily music.
Among those interested are:
Mrs. William Howard Taft,
Madame F. H. van Royan, Mrs.
William DeWitt Mitchell, Lieut.
Col. U. S. Grant 3d, Percy Lee
Atherton, Mrs. Lowell Fletcher
Hobart, William D. Hoover, Mrs.
Walter Bruce Howe, Mrs. Frank
B. Noyes, the Misses Sutro.
Outo-of-Town Guests
Some of the guests from out
of town will be Dr. JameS
Francis Cooke, of Philadelphia;
Dr. Miles Farrow, director of
the choir school, St. Jehn the
Divine, New York; Dr. Howard
Henson, Rochester; Hermann
Irion, New York; J. Lawience
Erb, New London, Conn. and
Leonard Liebling, New York.
* # *
Lieut. H. J. Hunt will enter
tain a small party this evening
at the dinner dance at the
Shoreham Hotel.
» « ♦
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mat
thiessen, of Irvington, N. Y.,
spent Thursday night and Fri
day at the Mayflower, accom
panied by Miss Alys Matthies
sen. Their daughter. Miss Con
stance Matthiessen, who attends
school at Middleburg, Va., met
her parents here.
The National Daily
N. Y. Visitor
Honored at,
Wife of Chief of Army Air
Corps Is Hostess to
Group of Army Ladies at
Shoreham Hotel
Mrs. J. E. Fechet, the wife
of Major General Fechet, Chief
of the Army Air Corps, enter
tained a company at lunch
eon today at the Shoreham
Hotel in compliment to ftflrs.
William Kelly, of Newburgh,
N. Y., who is now the house
guest of Mrs; Albert E. Saxton,
and is the widow of Col. Wil
liam Kelly.
The wives of prominent Army
executives were among the
guests, who included Mrs.
Hugh Drum, wife of Major
General Drum, Inspector Gen
eral of the Army: Mrs. George
Gibbs, wife of Major General
Gibbs, Chief of the Army Sig
nal Corps; Miss Reaume, the
sister of Mrs. Drum, Mrs. Sax
ton, Mrs. Pauline Hanson, Miss
Stella McGonigle and Mrs.
George E. Kumpe.
* ♦ ♦
Club to Give
Spring Card
The annual Spring card party
of the Entre Nous Club will be
held at the Washington Hotel,
Wednesday at 2 p.m.
The president of the club is
Mrs. Charles P. Keyser. Other
officers are Mrs. L. C. Dyer,
Mrs. Charles Dasher, Mrs.
Edward Dixon Hayes, Mrs. Wil
liam Ward Scott. Mrs. Charles
Hayden, Mrs. William Sault and
Mrs. Eugene R. Woodson.
Sponsors of Event
The following is a partial list
of patrons of the party: Mrs.
Claude Porter, Mrs. Edward
Dixon Hayes, Mrs. John Coch
ran, Mrs. William Rodenberg,
Mrs. Virginia White Speel, Mrs.
L. C. Dyer, Mrs. Arthur Henn
ing, Mrs. Alton Marshall, Mrs.
Paul Bestor, Mrs. Edward Hans-
I berry, Mrs. Warren Brenizle,
| Mrs. William Badgley, Mrs.
Eugene R. Woodson, Mrs.
George Puller, Mrs. Edward
Puller, Mrs. John King, Mrs.
Nannie Chamberlain, Mrs.
James L. Baity. Mrs. Charles
Alger, Mrs. Earle Veneable. Mrs.
i Russell Kent, Mrs. Arthur
I Kreh, Mrs. G. Dent. Mrs.
Edward Wells, Mrs. Orlando
Smith, Mrs. Arthur Durham,
Mrs. James Councillor, Mrs. T.
Priest, Mrs. Flasette Koff, Mrs.
John Saunders, Mrs. Brinley,
Mrs. William Sault, Mrs. W. W.
Scott, Mrs. Keyes, Mrs. Graves,
Mrs. R. R. McKahan, Mrs.
James Underwood, Mrs. W. C.
Deane. Mrs. Charles P. Keyser,
Mrs. Charles Dasher, Mrs. Ella
Knight, Mrs. Charles Hayden,
Mrs. Nat Lacey.
* ♦ ♦
Consul In New York
Ahmed F. El Eissy, Egyptian
consul at Washington, is spend
ing a few days in New York
City, accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. S. L. McFetridge, of Phila
delphia, and Mrs. Henri Haurel
of this city.
* * ♦
Mr. and Mrs. George S.
Wheat, of New York city, are
at the Carlton over the week
end, accompanied by their two
sons, George Wheat, jj., and
John Wheat. Col. and Mrs. C.
E. Wheat and their son, C. E.
Wheat, jr„ of West Point, are
also in the party.
* ♦ ♦
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Law
ler will entertain a company
this evening at the dinner-dance
at the Shoreham Hotel in com
pliment to Mrs. Lawler’s niece,
Miss Eulalie Mehlhop. and her
two house guests, Miss Catherine
Merrick, of St. Paul. Minn., and
Miss Catherine Bacon, of Provi
dence, R. I.
* ♦ ♦
Will Report
On Recent
The District branch of the
National Woman's Party will
give a tea at Alva Belmont
House tomorrow, from 4 to 6.
Mrs. Harvey W. Wiley, na
tional chairman, and Miss Muna
Lee, director of national activi
ties, will be reported in detail,
and an account will be given
of the woman's party confer
ence at Boston on Thursday
and Friday of lust week.
Hostess of Affair
Mrs. Paul M. Llnebarger, dis
trict chairman of the Woman's
• party, will be hostess for the
afternoon, assisted by the mem
bers of the district council. Alva
Belmont House, at 144 B St.
N. E., is the National Woman’s
Party headquarters which was
successfully defended by mem
ers of the party all over the
country when a proposal for its
being purchased and torn down
to make way for Government
buildings came before Congress
last month./
Simple Rites
Mark Crane
Granddaughter of Late Sen
ator W. Murray Crane
Weds Montreal Man at
Home of Her Parents
Miss Barbara Crane, a
granddaughter of the late Sena
tor W. Murray Crane, was mar
ried today to George Monaghan,
of Montreal, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Monaghan, of Glas
gow, Scotland.
Rev. Dr. Joseph H. Twichell,
chaplain of Williams College,
officiated at the ceremony
which took place in the home
of the bride’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Winthrop M. Crane, Jr.,
at Dalton, Mass.
Wears White Lace Gown
The bride wore a gown of
white lace with no veil and
she carried lilies-of-the-vaHey.
Her only attendant was Miss
Joyce McGavrau, of Cleveland,
who wore blue silk. Lawrence
F. Stratton, of Montreal, was
the best man.
Only members of the two
families were present at the
wedding and the luncheon
which followed.
Miss Crane was graduated
from Oberlin College, Oberlin,
Ohio, in 1930, and studied medi
cine for a time at McGill Uni
Will Live in Montreal
Mr. Monaghan was graduated
from Glasgow University in
1928. He is now an account
ant at Montreal. After a two
weeks’ wedding trip South, Mr.
and Mrs. Monaghan are to live
in that city.
♦ * *
Mrs. Sloan Is
Mrs. Wintemute W. Sloan en
tertained a large company at
luncheon today at the Shore
ham Hotel today.
The guests included Mrs.
Henry P. Seidman, Miss Helen
Stokes, Mrs. Maud Frankland.
Miss Margery Short, Miss
Emma Maloney, Mrs. Grosve
nor Jones, Miss Felicia Reeve,
Miss Elizabeth Chalice, Mrs.
Richard Akers, Miss Clara
Rucker, Miss Charlotte Warren,
Miss Ethel Tibbetts, Miss Alice
Tibbetts, Miss Mary Belle Em
merich, Miss Ethel Henderson,
Miss Esther Henderson, Miss
Nellie Henderson, Mrs. Paul
Ewing, Mrs. Alford De Voe,
Mrs. Jasper Beall, Mrs. George
Hillyer, Mrs. Walter Morgan
Johnson, Mrs. William P. Co
burn, Miss Gertrude Bergmann
and Miss Ruby Nevins.
♦ * *
Mrs. Fuller to receive
Mrs. B. H. Fuller, wife of the
commandant of the Marine
Corps, will be at home for the
last time this season on Mon
day at the commandant’s
house, Marine Barracks.
♦ ♦ *
Rear Admiral and Mrs. A.
Farenholt will entertain a com
pany of 12 at dinner this eve
ning at the Shoreham Hotel.
Ona application of Muaterol*
often brings relief. Used once
every hour tor 5 hours this coun»
ter-irritant" should give complete
l comfort.
• •
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Here’s Relief Almost
Before You Know It
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If you want quick relief from a
cold, go back to first principles
and use something you know does
the business —don’t start “trying”
a lot of fancy ideas or remedies.
Even a “little” cold is too danger
ous to take chances on.
Get Hill’s Cascara Quinine. A
scientific formula made to do
ONE THING WELL: to knock a
cold in a jiffy, not to cure a hun
dred different things.
Take two tablets now. Then
follow directions on box. Drink
lots of water, too—that’s all.
Soon those mean, aching pains in
head and body begin to go; the
cold breaks up: poisons leave
your system. Almost before you
know it, you feel like a new
If it doesn’t do that, your
money back. Get a box now.
Ypu’ll be surprised at the speed
with which, it works. Costs only
a few cents.
UII I Cascara Quinine
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— Photo by Bachrach
A GUEST of her grand
mother, Mrs. Charles J.
Bell, for the holidays is
Miss Helen Fortescue, a
student at the National
Cathedral School. Mrs.
Bell is spending the winter
at Twin Oaks, her charm
ing residence on Woodley
Gives Luncheon Party
Miss Anne Moore Wyant,
daughter of Representative and
Mrs. Adam Wyant, entertained
a small party at luncheon at
the Shoreham Thursday.
♦ * ♦
Cellist WiH Play
The National Woman’s Coun
try Club will entertain at lunch
eon on Monday at the club
house with Hans Kindler, noted
cellist, as the guest of honor.
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a tonic to renew her wom- s * **’
anly strength, nothing is more decided change in my condition,
effective than Dr. Pierce’s Favor- Before using the medicine my
ite Prescription, sold by druggists, , . , .. , .
in both fluid and tablet form It nerves kept me awake nights ’ 1
is endorsed by women of distinc- couldn’t eat, and my housework
tion. One who has used it re- was an awful burden I want to
marked: “A few months ago I say to anyone who is in a similar
was awfully nervous and weak, condition that Dr. Pierce’s Favor-
I had read about Dr. Pierce’s ite Prescription is the only medl-
Favorite Prescription, and after cine that suited my case.”—Mrs.
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I ft's Better Than “Chickie"
“Cherry’* Towne ia an orphan, pretty, blonde,
and eighteen. She wants a husband. She gets
him. Her adventures, experience and difficulties
in “getting married” are told in this thrilling,
daring story which—
Walcotts to
Make Trip
Senator and Mrs. Frederic
C. Walcott Left New York
Yesterday on First Lap of
Planning a two months’ holi
day abroad. Senator and Mrs.
Frederic C. Walcott sailed yester
day from New York on the
They will go first to Africa
and. after an indefintie stay in
Morocco, will go to Spain and
later to France. They plan to
make the trip by train, motor,
and plane. About June 1 they
will return to Washington for
a few days, to close their house
here before going to their home
in Connecticut for the re
mainder of the summer.
* * *
Honeymoon In Italy
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H.
Bilkey, whose marriage took
place in New York yesterday
afternoon, sailed last evening
for a honeymoon in Italy on
board the Augustus. The vessel
was to have sailed promptly at
6 o’clcok but was held for
three-quarters of an hour to
take on the bridal party. Mrs.
Bilkey was formerly Miss Emily
Frelinghuysen and is a daugh
ter of former Senator and Mrs.
Joseph S. Frelinghuysen, of
New Jersey.
* ♦ ♦
The Second Secretary of the
British Embassy and Mrs.
Michael Huxley are at the Wey
lin in New York for a week-end
♦ ♦ ♦
Returns to Home
Miss Natalie Mai Coe, who
has been with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Robertson Coo. of
New York, at Cherokee Planta
tion, Yemassee, S. C., has re
turned to her home in New
York. Mr. and Mrs. Coe will
remain South for another

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