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(Continued From Fourth Page.)_ bla Girl Scout organization, Including Mrs. Gerrit S. Miller, ir., commissioner; Mrs Horace H. Westcott. Mrs. Campbell E Waters. Mrs. Monte Appel, Mrs. Mar tin Jones and Mrs. Earl Chafee. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stabler have ar rived in Washington from Aiken, S. C., and are at the Carlton for a few days. • Mr. and Mrs. W. Plaugher will enter tain at dinner this evening in their home, at 1123 Fourteenth street north west, In honor of the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pardy. Mrs. George B. Sheppard, accom panied by Mrs. Tucker, arrived today by motor from their home in Summit, N. J., and is at the Dodge for a few days. They are en route to Florida, where they will spend the remainder of the Winter. Representative Lozier to Address Political Club. Mrs. Ernest Humphrey Daniel, presi dent of the Political Study Club, will be assisted in receiving at the next meeting of that organization, to be held tomorrow afternoon in the Washing ton Club, by Representative Ralph F. Lozier of Missouri, Mme. Veverka, wife of the Czechoslovak Minister; Mme. Skalicky, wife of the councilor of the Czechoslovak legation; Mrs. Hawes, wife of Senator Harry Hawes of Mis souri; Mrs. Virginia White Speel and Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Hetzel. Assisting at the tea table will be Mme. Peter, wife of the agricultural attache of the Netherlands legation; Mme. Broz, wife of the secretary of the Czechoslovak legation; Mrs. John J. Cochran and Mrs. Jacob L. Milligan. Representative Lozier will be the speaker of the afternoon and Mme. Skalicky will give a recital in native costume, accompanied by Mr. Hetzel. A number of box parties are planned for Sunday's concert of the National Symphony of Washington, when Mr. Kurt Hetael will be guest conductor, with Mr. Gustav Strube of Baltimore also acting as guest conductor for his own composition, a suite for orches tra that has its premiere performance on this occasion. Miss Elizabeth Wins ton, gifted Washington pianist, will be the soloist, playing the Tschaikowsky piano concerto, with the orchestra under Mr. Hetzel. Mr. Hetzel is con ducting Brahms, Saint-Saens and Wagner. Mrs. Demare6t Lloyd has taken a box for this concert, as have Mrs. George Garrett and Mrs. Gibbons, wife of Capt. John H. Gibbons, U. S. N. Among the season boxholders entertaining will be Mrs. Walter Bruce Howe, Miss Alice Clapp and Mrs. Lowell Fletcher Hobart. Mr. Hans Kindler, conductor of the National Symphony of Washington, is on a brief concert tour as solo cellist, but will return in time for the Thurs day concert following, when Efrem Zimbalist. who has not been heard in Washington for several years, will be soloist, giving a premiere performance here of the Glazounow violin concerto. Quite a large group of Baltimoreans will come for the Sunday concert at 4 o'clock in Constitution Hall. The series of entertainments sched uled by the Iowa Society for the season will include a dance and card party at the Willard Hotel tomorrow evening. Mrs. Herbert D. Brown, whose interest ing book, “Grandmother Brown’s Hun dred Years,” has brought to pioneers of the Middle West pleasing memories and furnished to the present generation a history of early days, will enhance the program by a talk on Iowa. The orch tra which furnished the music for the Iowa dinner dance held in December, will contribute to the success of the dance Saturday evening. The orchestra traveled extensively over Iowa and is well known for its ability to play the kind of music everybody wants. All lowans In Washington and their friends are invited. Admittance will be by membership or tickets may be procured at the door. Interesting social events are being planned in honor of two distinguished representatives of the theater of today —Miss Martha Graham, outstanding among the young dance artists of the American stage, and Mr. John Martin, distinguished dance and drama critic of the editorial staff of the New York Times. Both Miss Graham and Mr. Martin will come to the city Thursday, January 21, to Mr. Martin to give his third talk on the modem dance and drama that same evening in the dance studio of Miss Caroline McKinley, on I street, and Miss Graham to appear in her Washington debut as a dance star at the head of her own company Fri day afternoon in the National Theater. Miss Graham will be the guest of honor at Mr. Martin's lecture Thursday night and many leading dance and dr?ma lovers of the Capital city will attend the lecture and the informal re ception to Miss Graham and Mr. Martin which will follow. Mr. Louis Horst, well known American composer and pianist, also will be among the guests of honor on that occasion, as will many of Miss Graham’s own company of 15 young dancers. • Mr. Martin will be the guest in whose honor the District of Columbia League of American Pen Women will entertain at a tea that afternoon, and prior to the lecture, both artists will be entertained at dinner by a group of well known Washingtonians interested in the dance as an art. Among those who will be present at Mr. Martin's lecture Thursday evening will be Miss Lisa Gardiner, Miss Evelyn Davis, Miss Siby Baker, Miss Ruth McElfresh, Miss Jean Stephenson, Mrs. E. MacBride Peeples, Mrs. E. R. Mc Kenzie. Mrs. H. G. Torbert, Mrs. Eliza beth Pritchard, Miss Elizabeth Ellis, Dr. and Mrs. Frost, Mr. and Mrs. August King Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam F. Smith, Miss Pauline Oak, Miss Rebecca Tarwater, Miss Penelope Tar water, Miss Lilia La Garde. Miss Ivy Randall, Maj. and Mrs. Richard La Garde, Miss Ellen Dashiell, Miss Fos dick. Miss Haines, Miss Kritt, Miss Adelaide Flannagan. Mrs. Barber, Miss Judy Lyeth. Miss Ruth Shoemaker, Miss Martha Fisher and Miss Betty Sleeper. Miss Annie Boarman will be hostess I at a benefit card party tomorrow after noon at 2:30 o’clock in the Thomas Circle Club, 1326 Massachusetts avenue northwest, for the Sacred Heart Home at Hyattsville, Md. Tomorrow at 3 o’clock the Sacred Heart Home Guild will meet in the as sembly room of the home, when plans for raising funds for the benefit of the home for this Spring will be the most important feature. Immediately follow ing the close of this meeting, the guild, together with the guests, will attend a musicale given in the home's spacious library, Miss Ann Hickey being the sponsor of this feature. Members and friends are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Godfrey of New York City are spending a few days at the Shoneham. Miss Ruth A. Richardson or the ior eigrn division. Y. W. C. A., of New York City is at the Dodge for a few days. Miss Richardson is here to attend the foreign division meeting tomorrow' and Sunday, which will be held in the gar den house of the Dodge. Mr. Albert C. Hayden, jr„ entertained a* party of 16 at the supper dance at Wardman Park Hotel last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard de Wavrin of Wasquehal, Prance, are at the Carlton for several dff's. as is also Mr. P. T. du Paequier of Paris. Miss Helen G. Murray of New York City is passing a few days at the Do^ge. Miss Murray is the secretary of the Congregational Education So ciety of the Department of Social Re lations. Miss Lydia E. Dadmun of New York City is passing some time at the Carlton. THE POWDER BOX starts the New Year off with a great innovation! Pin Curl Permanent for individual coiffures! _/4. unique weave in that no two are alike! First the hair is cut short to the contour of your head in the newest Parisian manner. Then it’s waved to give you the softest, most flattering hairline you’ve ever seen. Introductory Price $ .50 Includes bob, shampoo and wave Fifth Floor. THE HECHT CO. F Street at Seventh National 5100 Week-End Candy Special — Two pounds of our homemade chocolates, bonbons and caramels. QC-* Fresh daily . fOC Chocolate-Covered Almonds / r _ —special—pound . OOC Candies. Aisle 14, First Floor. Woodward &Lothrop 10™ 11™ F and G Streets Tomorrow—Save 15c each on These Men's Initialed Linen Handkerchiefs t c , Manufacturer’s samples of handkerchiefs that sell regularly at 50c each. All white, and V* white with colored initials . . . hand-rolled hems and tape borders. This offer is exclu sively here, and the quantity is limited. 5lX fOr $1.75 Handkerchiefs, Aisle 20, First Floor. See These Advance Dress Fashions _ _ / i v A \ — -— GRADUATION Means Traditional White or Newly Smart Pastel Frocks $1250 This year, for that mo mentous occasion—gradu ation—one may wear tra ditional white or your most becoming pastel shade. We are ready to make you quite the smart est girl in your class— whether it ‘is Junior High, High School or private school from which you are to be graduated. Sizes 11, 13, 15, 17. Junior Misses’ Apparel, Fourth Floor. Spring Styles for Misses, Women, Little Women and Larger Women I Nothing so quickly revives your wardrobe and your morale as a new frock, that hints of Spring. Here is a $16.50 collection that exploits every important trend. Striking black and white combinations. Stripes knowingly put together. Prints, with many twin-prints. Printed rough crepes. Irish crochet lace. Sizes 14 to 20 Sizes 351/2 to 41\2 Dresses, Third Floor. The important Gigolo silhouette with broad shoulders and narrow hips. Necklines and waistlines going higher and higher. New sheer fabrics. . Sizes 34 to 44 Sizes 42 Yl to 50Yl SPECIAL Two Smart Net Silk Hose pair Regularly $1.65 These are two of our most popular net silk hose—so we secured a large quantity to sell at this special price. We advise early selection— for, when these are sold, they will regularly be much higher. In shades for present wear and for Spring. Electra Sunbeige Faun Tahiti Matin Negrita Smoketone Hosiery, Aisle 19, First F^ooh. In the January Toiletries Selling SPECIAL For February Graduates Engraved Plate and 100 * Calling Cards Having reached the estate of manhood or woman hood, one needs calling cards. Especially will you want them to slip into invitations to your graduation. Script Engraved—Name Plate and 100 Cards—Special $2.65 Shaded Engraved—Name Plate and 100 Cards—Special $4.75 Solid Engraved—Name Plate and 100 Cards—Special $4 Engraving, First Floor. 60c box 50c box 45c box Jergens Large Bath Tablets of six 45c Jergens Large Bath Tablets, in colors and these fragrances: Geranium, violet, jasmin, and rose carnation. Box of six at this special low price. Other Farm pus Soaps Specially Priced Jergens Transparent Violet Soap, dozen / A _ cakes . OUC Jergens Grecian Soap, in colors and these fragrances: Lavender, cold cream, jasmin and narcissus. rA Box of four cakes . OUC llenri Kocheau Isoap; jasmin, lavender, cold cream, eau de cologne. Four cakes in box.. Woodbury's Castile Soap; four cakes in box ..... wvrW Woodbury’s Shampoo, in castile, tar and cocoanut. Special, each cake. Other Savings in The Toiletry Selling Woodward & Lothrop Tinted Toilet Tissues; the dozen rolls.75c Turknit Wash Cloths; six for . 40c Wash Cloths, in pastels with Chenille borders, 15c; dozen ..$1.75 Woodward & Lothrop Cleansing Tissues; 225 sheets to box. Four boxes. .$1 Combs; various styles and sizes .15c Fine Quality Tooth Brushes .15c Powder Puffs; various sizes .5c Roval Bath Powder, 35c each, three for.$1 Large bars of Conti Castile Soap; about three pounds .$1.20 Woodward & Lothrop Absorbent Cotton.28c Imported English Hair Brushes; satin wood back $2.95 De Vilbiss Atomizers; green.$1.25 Renaud's Sweet Pea Perfume with small size Gedma Perfume .$1 Coty's Special Package Perfume (L’Aimont and L’Origan) .$3.25 Miro Dena Perfume (Jasmin, Muguet, Peaudespagne and Violette) .$1 Faultless Fountain Syringe; colors .58c Faultless Hot-Water Bottle .58c Johnson & Johnson Couettes.18c See the Complete New Line of Woodward & Lothrop Toilet Preparations Toiletries, Aisles M-16-18, First Floor. For Junior Misses The Newest Wales Tie $6-50 Juniors know the foot wear they want — the newest and smartest, yet priced within their al lowance. And because they know Woodward & Lothrop always antici pates their wants—they are coming here for this Wales tie in camel-color and brown calf with solid leather heel. Sizes 2*4 to 8; AA to C. Children's Shoes Fourth Floor.