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SOCIETY
(Continued From Second Page 1
ton at their Summer home, on Long
Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Wynn are oc- j
cupying their new home, at 2818 Forty- j
' fourth street northwest, Wesley Heights, j
tc which they moved from 2101 Con
necticut avenue. Mr. Wynn is vice
president of the Southern Railway.
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Wrightson j
have with them for a few days in their
home, in Chevy Chase, Mrs. Oliver
Causey of High Point, N. C., and her
three little children, who arrived last
evening from North Carolina on route 1
to New York. Mr. and Mrs. Wrightson j
have just returned from their camp on
the Severn River, which they leased for j
the Summer with Maj. and Mrs. W. W.
Conger.
Miss Priscilla Wrightson returned
yesterday from a month's visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Knight and their
children in their Summer place at
Washington, N. H. Miss Marie Wright- j
son and Miss Aileen Gorgas Wrightson
have joined their parents, after spend
ing the Summer at the Y. W. C. A.
camp on the Severn River.
Mrs. Harvey W. Wiley has her two
sons. Harvey, jr., and John Preston, j
v ,th her at her home until late in
Ecp ember.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Ellis sailed
from France aboard the Paris for New
York, after spending two months or
more in Europe. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
spent some time in Paris at the United
States exhibit, for which Mr. Ellis is
legal adviser, and have since been in
England, spending some time at Ripon.
the ancestral home of Mr. Ellis, after
which his forbears patterned their place
on the shores of the Potomac many
years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis will
spend the Autumn season in Washing
ton and at their Virginia estate.
Mrs. Edward E. Robbins has returned
to 2029 Conneetieut avenue, after
spending the Summer on the North
Shore.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooke, jr.. of
Meadows. Md.. announce the engage
ment of their daughter Gladys Maybeile
to Mr. J. Theodore Crown, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John C. Crown of Seat Pleas- ;
ant, Md. No date has been set for the j
wedding.
Dr. and Mrs. William J. G. Thomas
will entertain at dinner Saturday e\e- j
rung for their daughter. Miss Ruth
Thomas, and her fiance. Mr. Thomas
Alden Bradford, son of Mrs. Alden
Bradford, whose marriage will take ;
place Wednesday, September 16. The
guests will number 12 and the party
will be given at the Shoreham Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Irwin of Elgin,
111, are visiting the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Gerrer, in their
apartment in the Westclitr. Mrs. Irwin
was before her marriage a few years
ago. Miss Helen Gerrer, a gifted and
cultivated violinist.
Maj. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Baffin of 1
Fort Sam Houston, Tex., are visiting
Mrs. Baffin's sister, Mrs. F. B. McGiv
ern of Chevy Chase, Md.
Miss Helen McGivern has returned j
from a motor trip through New Jersey,
where she was a guest of Dr. and Mrs.
H. J. Konzelman, jr., of Hillside, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Powell Davis, |
t> ho have been in Tashkent, Turkestan, !
for the past two years, where Mr. Davis
has acted as chief consulting engineer ]
to the U. S. S. R. in irrigation projects,
arc spending a few days at the Laf
ayette Hotel before returning to their
home in Oakland, Calif. Mrs. Davis,
who was formerly Miss Marie Mac-
Naughton. is being entertained by her
many friends. i
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I*2*2* P Jlreet, ’ I
FRIDAY—SATURDAY
A Special Fall Selling
of lirporront New Hafs I
j The Romantic
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I Favorites Modified
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Taken From the
j Second Empire 1
I We Have
A Most Extensive Collection at
$5
The new Fall Hats “do things” to your personality! |
They’re fascinatingly pert for young moderns—they’re
flatteringly smart to matrons! Many copies of famous
'! Paris and New York models —in every smart Fall color
ing!
In Our Economy Department
So successful is this new department
I that this week again our buyer rushed dr
to New York to replenish the stock Jo
with more of the beautiful new styles.
It is to wonder at the value we are
offering at this low price.
WEDDING IN BETHLEHEM CHAPEL
Mils. rLABKMK 11. (II NIIERSON.
Who was before her marriage Tuesday to Lieut. Gunderson, U. S A . Miss Bplmar
Lee Shepley, daughter of Lieut. Belmar Lee Shepley, U. S. N . retired, and Mrs.
' Shepley. The ceremony took place in the Bethlehem Chapel of the Washington
Cathedral. —Carter-Bailey Photo. -
I
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. James of 273 Fif- 1
teenth street southeast have as guests
Mr. and Mr. L. M. Menad of Holyoke,
: Mass., who were recently married in
that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Bell of Forty
fourth place have just returned from a
vacation spent at Hotel Henlopen, Re- j
hoboth Beach, Del.
Mrs. L. W. Hay dm and Miss Louise :
Hayden, who have recently returned I
from Omaha. Nebr.. are spending the |
early Autunm at Atlantic City.
Miss Margaret Veronica O'Lone. ]
daughter of Mr. Joseph P. O'Lone, was!
married yesterday morning to Mr. Wil- 1
Ham Harry Brown of Oxon Hill, Md.,'
the ceremony taxing place in the I
; Church of the Holy Comforter, the Rev. j
Edward J. Nestor officiating and say
ing the nuptial mass. Miss Hazel Arth.
! ! North~l742~ 1
UPHOLSTERING
Get Our Estimate*
Fstablisherl Two Generation*
SEGAL BROS.
1232 14th St. N.W.
"We Lire Our Profession"
THE EVENING STATE, WASHINGTON, 1). <\, V unoDAY, SEx j
contralto, and Mr. Jaseph P. O'Lone.
jr., soloist at the Shrine of the Sacred
Heart, sang preceding the ceremony
and during the mass, accompanied by
Miss Pauline Grant, organist, who
played the wedding marches.
The bride was escorted by her father
and wore a gown of wine-color velvet
j fashioned after a Romney model, with
I slippers and turban to match. Her
: bridal bouquet was of cream-colflr roses.
Miss Katharine C Hand was maid of
honor, having a costume of sapphire
j color velvet and hat to match and car-
Ruffied Curtains I
Worth *2.95 Fair
Factory C'lose-Out ©1 OC
Special, pair «j? A •
Corner Valance effect tn all colors
SLIP COVERS made, any odd chair,
to close out small pieces cre
tonne. Jaspe eloth and linen. 56.95
McDEVITTS
1202 O St N IV. Decorators Dl*. 3JU
L'PHOLSTEBING DRAPERIES
qfhe
Parrot
Luncheon Tea
Real home-cooked \V\ *" M
food blended with a \\\
delightful atmosphere
makes this ore of
the best places In VIM
town at which to ry7i
dine. You’ll enjoy it.
Dally 13 to *. "*ffsf r tor
1643 Conn. Avc.
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VE«V CRC.N Thu, foil
ALL STYLUS
Green has already been approved as a lead- If I
ing color for autumn. There will be a great fil
many coats in that lovely deep, rich forest # T/ie Inatep Strap for allround tvear
shade. And green dresses go without saying!
There will be green crepes, green satins
and those delightful new green sheer woolens.
This year, accessories must match. And
Nisley, recognizing the importance of green,
is ready with the right shoes. For town, we
have a stunning new three-eyelet oxford, with Br /
suede vamp and “jacket'' of kid. For after- M
noon, an instep strap of finest glace kid, with Sm
just a touch of decoration in matching reptile Jhe ~H alf and Hdf ,, pump for dresg
calf. Then for really dressy wear, a “half and
half*’ pump, half suede and half glace leather .
with a bit of classic decoration.
What shade of stockings go with green !
shoes? Well, by this time you know that
Nisley always has correct colors. New low /
prices now, too ... 75 cents, sl, and $1.25. Ml
The NISLEY policy Is thisx v s f]
To build our own shoes in our own plants for the £ A new fmm oxford> she «j ac fc et Tie"
more than fifty of our own stores. w
To sell them, with one profit, directly to you, at a AU **“ ■J™* in * r f en —
lower price than would otherwise be possible. a? ° ,n ac an d brown
To make these shoes of the finest materials possible w ~|Hr TDB” ~m I ■■wr w
and to line and finish them with true craftsmanship gg H
and authentic style. JHL HI A „£u! A ,»L
Finally, to offer them to you in surroundings that
you will find pleasant, courteous and efficient. Why BEAUTIFUL SHOES
not drop in now , , , to hear and see what’s new
for fall. Sizes 2% to 9 AAAA to E
1339 F Street, N.W., Washington
rled a duster of pale pink roses. Mr.
Edwin C. Kulp was best man and the
ushers Included Mr. John F. O’Lone
and Mr. Arthur Ford.
A reception followed in the home of
the bride’s father, and later they started
for a wedding trip to Canada, stopping
at Rumsen, N. J. On their return they
will make their home at Oxon Hill
The bride is a graduate of Notre Dame
Academy and of Providence Hospital
School of Nursing. Her father was pri
vate secretary to former Public Printer
Ford.
Miss Belle Sherwin. president of the
National League of Women Voters has
returned to her home, on Thirty-first
street, after spending the Summer at
EMPRESS
’ " In Brown Kid and * A "
rji jgguj CF*
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■H Glorious Comfort in New
|\ | Styles Lower Prices | |
Every [enlure ihnl mnlces FLEXIBLE arch Can
lilevars lhe mos! comfortable shoos youve ever PIM
k Tom is Included in lhe New Slyle Group. Smarter | |
Q models al prices lower than ever before! See fhem!
$9.50. $10.50, sllsO, $1250.
Cantilever Shoe Shop
f 5 1 1319 F St., 2nd Floor O
Over Young Men'* Shop laid
CANTILEVER SHOES
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i |Tfs “They're Different' j-'
;! —for School j;
;! —for Office j;
;! W| —for Street !;
' i Vogue Dresses have i ’
' ~'' l f ' au tt ' 1 ' J,I \'h ' *
!' $C.95 inq- shade?, such as *1
O black, brown. Span- j
J ish Tile, Green, etc. )
Use Ney’s Budget Plan L
Be well dressed this Fall for every occasion. 'i
Nev's new low price policy and Ney’s Budget Plan 1 J
( • make it easy. 1 j
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i; a-&fa.Ave.N.w. i
Winden, her country estate, near Cleve
land, Ohio.
Mr. Charles Catlett of Staunton, Va.,
announces the engagement and ap
proaching marriage of his daughter,
Mary Mercer, to Mr. Robert Willis
Kellogg of St. Louis. Mo. The wedding
will take place October 17.
Miss Helen M. Riordon and Miss
Dorothea A. Cook have ‘returned from
a Summer vacation spent In Scandina
via and the British Isles.
Mrs. Pearl S Hase and her daugh
ters. Miss Betty Hasp and Miss Hilda
Hasp, wife ana daughters of Col. W.
(Continued on Seventh Page.)
An Annual Event of Notable Importance
* "
Take Advantage of the Autumn Sale
to Refurnish the Living Room
Club and Lounge Chairs Gov. Winthrop Secretary
(Illustrated) " The combination desk and bookcase, in
Models enticing to comfort, and lux* genuine mahogany, and with tbe thirteen
uriouslv covered in damask, velvet and glasses in the doors. sl^l^
h /r’ir sqs: Usually slßs 155
Usual/]/ slls n rr t n
Lioftee lable
C f , Dimcan P Me design, in genuine ma
akwllCxCl Oota hogany,inlaid with satinwood. j
Luxuriously hig and comfortable: cov* \j SUally S2O r.:.i.7. . . . . I
ered in damask, tapestry, brocatelle or ■»-. e v-i -j rr>
fr ; eze - sl/~£ L/rop-Leat End Table
U sua, ly $~!0 . . •!•♦£•) JL Os Duncan Pbvfe motif; genuine ma
hogany construction; typical brass claw
Wakefield Easy Chair Usually $22.50 $ lB
A companion piece to the sofa; generous r\ rp -j -i
in lmes, and upholstered in materials to urum lable
match the Wakefield sofa. sQpl Ideal for tlle man y occasional places
Usually $l2O OD and USCS * or a ta ' :,^ e: genuine mahogany,
with brass claw feet. a
Bennington Wing Chair Usually SSO '•- 4O
Typically Colonial in design, and tbe Fairfield Chair
ideal fireside wing chair. Choice of var- A.Sloane production of our own interpre
ts coverings. §pj tation. Open arm type—with walnut frame.
L sua lly slls tO upholstered in a variety of appropriate *
fabrics. Ci
Gov. Winthrop Desk Usually S4O OD
True copy of the original which has Pendley Table
become Historic. Os eirber mahogany or Duncan Phyfe is the design, with con
cherry construction. $ Q venient drop leaves that adapt it to many
Usually sllO . OD uses. Genuine mahogany.
Usually $135 XUD
English Desk Colonial Candle Stand
From the 18th Century; reproduced in Serves the dual purpose of a lamp table
genuine walnut; straight- or end table. Made of genuine
f /r 'it C/C/} St 1 £ mahotfany. Si 0.50
Usually $l5O M.i.M.i.,.,.! lIJ U sual/y sls
Making History in the Selling of
Oriental Rugs
jt ”! j i Our own importations coming direct
from the most famous hand looms of the
IBnj Orient. The reductions shown are ACTUAL,
va^ues represented by the original
-prices are REAL—reckoned both in intrinsic
worth and artistic expression. It s a superb
collection—and an offering tbat must not be
accepted as setting a precedent.
$950 Kbanbah s££fk SI2OO Sarouk SOAO
Site 20x12 JUVJ S ; 2e 16x12 t7UU
SISOO Kbanbah SSOO Sarouk
Site 21x14 ...... Site 9x12 .. O OK)
$475 Kbanbah $0 Zfl $250 Sarouk $1 Q tL
Site 15x12 Size 9x6
s2l-0 Khanbah
Site 10x7 LA'S Site 12x9
$1475 Kirmanshah $235 G orevan
Site 17x11 Z/UKJ Site 12x9 L L %J
$750 Kirmanshah $450 Chinese
Site 12x9 ntUxJ Site 12x9 &00
S9OO Anatolian S2OO Chinese $t Cl ft
Site 14.9x11.10 Site 9x6 LOU *
S7OO Anatolian *2 Pt $175 Turkish -4-
Site 18.7x10.1 .. ww . .as,.. *+OU Site 9x12
Use a Charge Account Our Contract Deft.
You’ll find it handy when buying; and —will be glad to consult with you for re
our Budget Plan arranges for convenient furnishing hotels, apartment houses,
payments. schools, colleges, churches, institutions, etc.
W.&J.Slqane
709 Twelfth Just Above G
The House With the Gre e n Shutter 9
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