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(Continued From Third Age;)_ ilton, Ontario, are at the Dodge for Beveral days. Mr. and Mrs. Ira T. Yamall enter tained at the dinner dance at the Shoreham Saturday night. Their guests were Mrs. Joseph Kircher. Mrs. R. M Evans, Mrs. J. A. Fritzwater, Mr. and Mrs. Junius Johnson, Mr. and Mi's. Joseph Crute, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Duff, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dort. Mr. and Mrs. C Squire, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Loveridge. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. March, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Paxton, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. George Lautz, Mr. R. L. MacKinney and some out-of town guests. Mr. and Mrs. C. Lamar Brace of Cleveland, Ohio, have taken a suite aft Wardman Park Hotel and are enter taining Mr. Horace E. Dodge of Detroit, Mich., and Mr. Charles Means of New York City during their stay in Wash ington. _ Mrs. Mary Whitcher of Chicago, HI., Is at the Carlton for several days as the guest of Miss Kate Weave*, who is spending the Winter at the Carlton. Mrs. Barton Stone Embry entertained at luncheon and bridge at the Shore ham Saturday. H'v guests were Mrs. South Trimble, jr.; Mrs. Ewing Thomas Fon. Mrs. Arthur Lambert, jr.; Mrs. Barrett Prcttvman, Mrs. B. J. Laws, Mrs. Arthur Deibfrt. Mrs. Julian Baber, Mrs. David Estopinal, Mrs. Louis Field and Miss Ann Larrabee. Mrs. Anna Blum berg of Pittsburgh, Pa,, has come to Washington to make her home and has leased an apartment at Wardman Park Hotel. Women's City Club Plans Bicentennial Celebration. 1 The Women's City Club's plans for I celebrating the Bicentennial year have resulted in a special Bicentennial Com mittee to arrange the various activities under consideration. The committee, which meets Thursday evenings, is com posed of Miss Alice M. Heaven, chair man' Mrs. George J. Adams, vice chair man: Dr. Edith Se Ville Coale, Mrs. Mary Izant Couch, Mrs. Ruth H. Snod grass Mrs. Anna H. Farrar, Mrs. Ache sen F. Hassan. Mrs. Gertrude Lyons. Mrs. Edgar T. Brown and Mrs. Blanche M. Foote. . . , The lirst event of the Bicentennial program is a Colonial tea Sunday after noon. February 21. which will be the official welcome from the president, Mrs. William Lee Corbin, to resident members and members of the clubs in the United States and foreign cities with which the Women's City Club has reciprocal relations. Miss Katherine Pike, assisted by Mrs. Bertha Richardson Lane, will entertain , the Eta Alumnae Chapter of Kappa Beta Pi Legal Sorority at her home, in Mount Pleasant, this evening. A spe cial feature of the evening will be talks bv three practicing attorneys. Miss Catherine Reaney will discuss one of her recent probate cases, Mrs. Marie Flynn Maddox will discuss one of her recent equity eases and Miss Beatrice Clephane will discuss one of her recent Jaw cases. • Among the special guests of the evening will be Miss Consuello Northrup, State Senator from Vermont. Mrs. A. J. Wilder will entertain the i Rectors Aid Chapter of St. Andrew's Church, tomorrow evening in her homf. 1 at 2001 Sixteenth street northwest, a 3 o'clock. The officers of the chapter are Mrs. A. J. Sanford, president; Mrs. E. G. Black, secretary, and Mrs. Wil liam de C. Ravenel, treasurer. A report of the recent card party will be made bv Mrs. Clarke Conway. Mrs. Elmer Bowen and Miss Minnie Volkmann, the committee in charge. Additional patronesses for the concert which will be presented by the George Washington Glee Clubs Friday evening, at, 8:13 o’clock, in Pierce Hall, at Fif teenth and Harvard streets, are Mrs. Bancroft Davis. Mrs. Whitman Cross, Mrs. Duncan U. Fletcher, Mrs. Proctor L. Dougherty. Mrs. George A. Ricker, Mrs. Margarita Spalding Gerry, Mrs. Caleb S. Miller. Mrs. A. M. Holcombe. Mrs. D. F. Hewett. Mrs. Robert H. C. Kelton, Mrs. G. H. Loughlin. Mrs. Hugh G. Boutell. Miss Henriette Metzerott, Mrs. Henry K. Bush-Brown and Mrs. Joseph H. Thoms. The concert will be given under the auspices of the Wom an's Alliance of All Souls' Unitarian Church. Iota Chapter, Ciii Sigma National Sorority, will hold a semi-dosed dance at Bannockburn Country Club tomor row evening. Those in charge of ar rangements include Miss Mae Beattie, Miss Margaret Collins, Miss Mary Cath erine O'Connor, Mrs. Margaret Moffat end Miss Kathleen O'Connor. Chi Omegas, patrons and patronesses j cf the fraternity, and many people%ut side of the fraternity group will meet at a formal bridge party in the garden room of the Hotel Mayflower tomorrow evening at 8:30 o’clock. Each vear the Washington City Alumnae Chap ter of Chi Omega sponsors a. benefit bridge party, and the one this year is expected to meet with its usual suc cess. Prizes will be given for each table. During the evening the winner of the Chi Omega hope chest will be an ill I b * VALENTINES Those messengers of love —of friendship—of fun , and good cheer, the kind j that actually fit the per sonality of the one for | whom they are intended. In our vast assortment of Valentines you will find just the proper ones. ^Brcuxdd fy^crmlers enj^ia iiont* 611 Twelfth St. N.W. I___ Every Pimple Gone! Skin clear, smooth and velvety again as nature intended it to be. She did it by daily cleansing with Resinol Soap and regular applica tion of healing Resinol Ointment. If your skin is faulty, start the Resinol treatment today and watch your complexion improve. Delightfully medicated and agreeable to use. Forfrrr ropy of new booklet on ”Skl« Treatment for Health and Beauty”, write fteoinol, Department 13, Baltimore, Md. Resinol AT ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS m i • i i nounced. Mrs. Richard Wilkinson, 4500 Seventeenth street, Is chairman for the party. The alumnae chapter of Alpha Chi Omega entertained at its annual lunch eon Saturday at the Dodge Hotel, when covers were laid for 20 guests. The luncheon was followed by bridge. The table was decorated with the fraternity colors, scarlet and olive green. Mrs. George Schaffer, president of the Dis trict Alumnae Association, presided at the luncheon, and Miss Helen Lewis Vas chairman of the Committee on Arrangements. In addition to mem bers of the chapter here present there were some guests from Baltimore, Wil liam and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va., and Fredericksburg, Va. The executive council of Sigma Ep silon National Sorority sponsored a joint dinner, attended by members of the five Washington chapters, held at the Kennedy-Warren Apartments last Monday. There were 65 girls present. Following the dinner, the members played bridge in the lounge. Muss Dor othy Page of Delta Chapter was in charge of all tha arrangements. Last Wednesday evening Mrs. Lucius Clark, Mrs. Charles C. Tonslll and Mrs H. E. Woolever. honorary members of Alpha Chapter of the Phi Delta Gamma National Sorority, were hostesses to the members of Alpha Chapter at an In formal buffet supper, held at the home of Chancellor and Mrs. Lucius Clark, at American University. Miss Hazel Feagans, president of Alpha Chapter, presided and a short program was presented, the subject being, "Echoes of the Washington Bi centennial." Dr. Charles C. Tonsill made a very pleasing and interesting talk about George Washington and his principal biographers. At the suggestion of those present, the program was varied by asking Dr. H. E. Woolever to discuss the present situation between China and Japan. Beside the husbands of the hostesses and members of the sorority, other guests were Mrs. J. M. Stafford and Miss Feagans. CHICAGOANS’ PAY CUT Nearly 4,400 County Employes to Get Five Days' Wages for Week. CHICAGO. February 8 (,P>.—Nearly 4.400 Cook County employes will work six days every week of 1932 for five days’ pay to save the county $950,000. The County Finance Committee voted this retrenchment last night, effective March 1, as part of the economy pro gram to lift all municipal units out of a financial bog. WHISTLER ART STOLEN Valuable Etching* Taken From Galleries in New York. NEW YORK. February 8 (/P).—A number of valuable etchings, one by James Monelll WhlaUer. and some Jap anese prints were reported stolen yes terday from the Walpole Galleries. Mrs. Lenore Young Turnbull, pro Brletor. declined to say how many of le pieces were taken or to estimate their value. She said they were the property of the estate of Dr. William Cowen, New York physician, who died two years ago, and had been turned over to her for disposal at auction by the executors. The Whistler etching, Mrs. Turn bull said, was "A Street Scene In Saverne.” REU PHOLSTE RI NG AND iREPAIRING 5-Pioco Parlor Suites.. Antiques 3-Plece Overttuffed Suites Dining Room Chairs * A PAY A LITTLE DOWN WHEN FURNITURE IS RETURN ED Thereafter A iilTTLE EACH MONTH WILL DO! WOOL TAPESTRY - FRIEZZA BROCADES AND DAMASK Also Chair Caneing and Porch Rockers Splinted by Our Experts at New Low Prices Write, Phone or Call ME. 2062 OR RESIDENCE PHONE CL. 0430 3721 Porter St., Cleveland Park Estimates and Samples Given Free CLAY ARMSTRONG S1,”5. n°w. Upholsterer Woodward &Lothrop Down Stairs Store Special Offering—for a Limited Time— Finer Dresses If Sold Regularly, They Would be Much More $1 0.95 Every dress an advance Spring fashion. Made of finer quality fabrics. Tailored in a superior man ner. THESE STYLE DETAILS— scarfs, Irish-type lace, lingerie touches, short jackets, jacket ef fects, girdles, shorter sleeves, the new print-and-plain color combi nation, and new blues. Sizes 14 to 20, and 38 to 42 . TH* DOWN STAIRS STORE The Double-Duty Coat With the “Two-Way” Neckline—Perfect for Washington Weather ’25 The furred collar is re movable, leaving that trim, military effect—a perfect foundation when you wear a scarf. • THE DOWN STAIRS STORE New Spring Styles in the W&L “Arch Shu” And at No Sacrifice to Comfort You would never know they were arch shoes, from all. appearances— so smart are the two new styles. But they are constructed with all those superior features which aid in foot-buil^ ing and comfort, and j for which these “Arch ( Shus” are well known. Sizes 3 flo 9, widths AA to E. THE DOWN STAIRS STORE Woodward & Lothrop 10 th 11™ F and Gi Streets * .— ^ K&i the new Granite Hose $|.65 A smart innovation in silk hosiery manufacture is this new Krinkle-Knit chiffon, offering these out standing advantages— Greater Wear Is of Pure Silk Greater Dullness Greater Sheerness Has Granite Garter Block In Newest Spring Colors I Of Famous Granite Quality ' Gives Illusion of Slenderness Has Picot Top and Run-stops Has French Heels, Cradle Sole Women’s Hosiery Aisle 19, First Floor. Let Us Give a | Valentine Party The Stationery Section is sim ply overflowing with every thing to make your party origi nal and a success. Nut cups— "hearty” favors—cut-out hearts that make clever center pieces and coasters—wands and horns —and you will give heartfelt thanks that they cost, but— Nut Baskets .,..5c to 15c each Table Decorations .50c each Horns and W ands .25c each Snappers .$1 dozen Jack Horner Pies .$3 to $5.50 Heart Cutouts, 10c package to 10c each Hearts, Cupids and Arrows; stickers .10c box Stationery Aisle 6, First Floor. Manufacturer’s Samples Handsome Evening Bags A rare opportunity to buy a finer bag at less than usual wholesale cost. Entirely handmade of fine satin, silk, and moire, handsomely beaded with diamond-cut or steel-cut beads or imitation pearls, and with fine Beauvais embroidery. Richly lined, and frames are finished with 24 karat gold deposit. ■ *10 Would regularly be $16.50 to $30 m Leather Goods, Aisle 10, First Floor. What Would Life be This Spring without A Suit ... especially one of these tempting versions that of fer limitless chic. —offered in Our Specialized Suit Section . . . The Suit with the High Military Clos ing, with masculine clean-cut lines, with squareness of shoulders, and a scarf un expectedly pullqd out softly through the jacket. . . . The Fur-trimmed Dressmaker Suit, that places the fur in a knowing manner on sleeves or on a detachable cape collar that ties with tab ends. . . . The Midshipman’s Jacket—bell-boy or “mess” jacket suit—call it what you will—it is immensely smart, for its double breasted jacket and its very short jacket. . . The Rever or Lapel Suit—with tail ored sleekness and the becoming width that revers give. One will look far for a smarter, more becoming style. $25 to $79.50 In Misses’ Sizes, 14 to 20 In Women’s Sizes, 36 to 40 Misses’ and Women's Suits, Third Floor.