Pauline Dresser Rogers_suit to break Rogers will_1937
by ih news she he wit a planes warships Heiress's Third Is Double for "This time it's for keeps," declared Mrs. Marion Snowden Reed Dresser, who has plenty of Standard Oil dollars, as at the El Morocco nightclub in New York with her new Bradley Dresser. No more marital troubles, no more press interviews; she announced, but a return to anonymous normalcy. She Bradley, married last week in Reno after her second divorce, will four-month's honeymoon in Bermuda. On the boat with them newlywed Mrs. Walter Hoving, Dresser's mother and widow of Colonel H. H. Rogers. at c! companions Bilbao Burgos, relieve women seamen Mrs. H. H. Rogers, widow of the ate oil magnate, surprised New York society vfith her unexpected marriage to Walter Hoving. department department store executive. Pend- ng is her decision about a suit to break Rogers' S26.000.000 will. PARKS GET 75 BUSES Cleveland (UP) -- Officials oi 'our national parks, anticipating a tremendous increase in tourist MRS. PAULINE ROGERS WEDS FOURTH SPOUSE The marriage of Mrs. Pauline van der Voort Dresser Rogers, formerly of Jamestown, to Walter Hoving, president of Lord and Taylor, New York department store, has been announced: The bride is known to many Dun- kirkers. When she was Mrs. Dresser of Bradford, Pa., she spent much time at Hickoryhurst. The marriage was performed New York in the River House apartment of the bride in the presence of relatives. Further details details were not disclosed. Mr. Hoving and his bride sailed Saturday afternoon on the Monarch of Bermuda. It is understood that Mrs. Koving's son ciaughter-m-law, Mr. and' Mrs Bradley 'Sherman Dresser, also sailed on the ship. Mr. and Dresser were married Monday Heno. Mrs. Dresser is The former Mrs. Marion Snowden. Reed, daughter of the late James H. Snowden. Mrs. Hoving is the daughter the late Charles R. van der of Jamestown. This is Mrs. Hoving r s fourth marriage. Her first husband died and she and her second husband, the late Carl K. Dresser,, oil operator, of Bradford. Pa., and Tulsa, Okla., were divorced in 1927. There are two sons by this'mar- riage, Bradley S. Dresser and barles V. Dresser. Her marriage to Colonel Henry Huddleslon Rogers took place in Southampton on August 28, 1933. Colonel Rogers Rogers died in Southampton in Julv. 1935. Mr. Hoving is a leader among the younger generation of retail executives. He started his career with R. H. Macy Co.. Inc., has -been associated \vjth Montgomery. Montgomery. Ward and company and chairman of the merchandising division of the National Retail Dry Goods association.