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fact, quality workmanship con
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mnits just as they do in
bridal gowns. See the new
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Lieut. Morton, Wife
And Daughter Are
Visit Home of Dr. and Mrs,
William J. Morton in
Christ Church Rectory.
Mrs. Montague Returns
| ALEXANDRIA. Va.. June 18.—Mrs
Morton, wife of Lieut. Powhatan Mon
cure Morton. U. S. A., and her young
daughter, Virginia Morton of Port Riley,
Kans., were guests last week of Lieut
Morton’s parents. Right Rev. Dr. and
Mrs. William J. Morton In Christ
Church rectory. Mrs. Morton and her
daughter have gone to Charlottesville
to spend the Summer with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joel M. Cochran.
Mrs. Jeffrey Montague has gone to
her home In Fredericksburg after a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. William J. Boothe.
Miss Katherine Alexander Leadbeater
sailed from New York today to spend
the Summer traveling in Europe.
Capt. and Mrs. John Ferguson and
Miss Julie Ferguson of Charleston, S.
C., and Midshipman John Ferguson,
jr„ of Annapolis, were week end guests
of Mrs. Ferguson's sister, Mrs. William
Mr. Louis A. de Cazenove has left
for Fargo, N. Dak . to spend the Sum
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomas were
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Thomas in Lewisetta, Va.
Mrs. Charles M. Shepperson. presi
dent of the local Business and Pro- (
fesslonal Women's Club, and Miss Ade-,
lyn Apperson, the treasurer, left today
for Staunton to attend the board meet
ing of the Virginia Federation of the
Business and Professional Women's
uoi. ana Mrs. Beatty Moore nave
returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs
John R. Saunders in Saluda. Va.
The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Berryman
, Green are guests of the former's sister.
Mrs. J. B. Friend in Danville.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Caldwell Me- \
Cann returned from their wedding trip
and were guests of the latter's narents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cowan Ramage,
before going to their home in Rieh
1 mond, where they are living at 3500
Miss Anna Concklin has returned
from Richmond, where she attended
the marriage of Miss Jean Morton,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bask
erville Morton, to Mr. Edward Clar
ence Shepherd. 3d. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Clarence Shepherd, jr.,
of Frederick, Md., which took place
Saturday evening. June 1. in Grace
Covenant Presbyterian Church.
Miss Inez Pierpont of Atlanta spent
| last week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Pierpoint.
Mrs. Charles M. Houston Is home
from a visit to her son. Mr. Charles W.
Houston, in New York City. Miss Lucy
Lawson Houston, who taught in Wins
ton-Salem. N. C.. during the last ses
sion. has arrived to spend the Summer
with her parents.
Miss June Padgett left Monday to
spend several weeks in New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Eurns have re
turned to their home in Atlanta after
a visit to the latter's mother, Mrs. C.
E. Williams. Mrs. Williams, Mr. and
I Mrs. Burns. Mr. Reynolds Mortimer
! Williams. Miss Evelyn Johnson and
Miss Mary Simpson motored to Fred
erick. Md.. for the commencement ex
j ercises at the Convent of the Visitation,
j where Miss Helen Annabelle Williams
j is a student.
Mr. Edward S. Fawcett has gone to
his home in New York City after a visit
to his sisters, the Misses Fawcett.
Miss Margaret Elizabeth Finnel.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Finnel.
and Mr. John William Bartlett were
married in the parsonage of the First
Baptist Church Saturday, June 11, by
Rev. Pierce S. Ellis. The bride was
| given in marriage by her father and
j wore a gown of shell pink chiffon and
! a pink picture hat and carried a cluster
of calla lilies. Mrs. Herbert Mills, sis
I ter of the bridegroom, was the only at
tendant and wore a gown of blue chif
fon. a blue hat and carried a cluster ol
pink roses. Mr. Mills was best man for
Mr. Bartlett. Following the ceremony
there was a small reception in the home
of the bride's parents and later Mr. and
Mrs. Bartlett left for a Southern wed
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M. Creel an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter. Mildred Frances, to Mr. Emmett E.
Morris of Washington, son of Rev.
and Mrs. A. N. Morns of Georgia. The
wedding will take place next month.
The marriage of Miss Ethel Weismer,
i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Weis
mer, to Mr. W. L. Bell, formerly of
Washington, took place Saturday morn
ing. June 11, in the parsonage of the
first Baptist Church, the Rev. Pierce
S. Ellis officiating. The bride was given
in marriage by her father and had her
sister, Mrs. Lissick, as her only attend
ant. Mr. Howard Lovejoy of Washing
ton was best man for Mr. Ball. Follow
ing the ceremony there was a wedding
breakfast in the home of the bride's
parents and later Mr. and Mrs. Ball
started on a wedding trip to the Jersey
coast. After July 1 they will live at
105 Masonic View Terrace.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Goodwin of Roa
noke, Mrs. E. E. Goodwin and Miss
Catherine Wells of Lafayette, Va., and
Mr. John M. Goodwin of Princeton, W.
Va., were guests this week of Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Ross.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Werner of Los
Angeles spent the week end with Mr 1
and Mrs. Charles C. Carlin.
Lieut, and Mrs. John R. Hardin and
Miss Nancy Hardin of Rollo, Mo., are
guests of Mrs. Hardin’s brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Worth
Mrs. Malcolm Westcott Hill, Miss Ida
Wood Hill and Miss Anne Bryant Hill
of Baltimore and Mrs. George R. Hill,
2d, of Ruxton, Md„ are visiting Mrs.
Malcolm Hill’s mother, Mrs. George R
Miss Emily McCormick of Berryville
was the week end guest of Mai. and
Mrs. Charles Ellett Cabell.
Mrs. William Buckner McGroartv has
left for Halifax, N. B„ to visit her son
in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs
Charles Everett Mackenzie.
Mrs. J. W. Kerns is visiting her
daughter. Mrs. John C. Ripperton in
Mrs. Frank McCormick, who has
spent the Winter and Spring with her
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert M. Reese, has gone to her home,
Frankfort, near Berryville.
Miss Elizabeth Boynton of San Fran
cisco is the guest of her brother-in-law
' COLUMBIA RD.«fl8^ST.
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Served 12 -rill 8 P. M.
Sunday dinners at Collier
Inn are famous in price to
65c, 75c, $1
Soups. Cocktail. Delicious Pried
or Roast Chicken. Va. Ham. Roast
Meat. Etc.. Fresh Vegetables.
Salads. Homemade Desserts and a
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MKS. IIEATH DODGE GOLDSBOROUGH.
Daughter of Representative and Mr*. T. Alan Goldsborough, and formerly Miss
Martha Windtr Goldsborough, the wedding ceremony taking place in St. John's
Church, Georgetown, yesterday afternoon. —Underwood Photo.
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S.
Mr. Lewis Harvey has arrived from
Washington and Lee University in Lex
ington and will spend the Summer with
his parents, ’Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Mr. Henry Adams is with his par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams,
after attending the session at. Virginia
Polytechnic Institute in Blacksburg.
Miss Cornelia Nugent will spend the
Summer in Havana and Panama.
Miss Estes Bowman of Hillsville, Va.,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lecroix have left
for ' Lawrcnceburg, Tenn., where they
will visit the former's father, Mr. W. J.
Miss Virginia Dare returned last week'
after spending a month in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson Wheat
are home from New York where they
went to meet the latter’s brother and
sister-in-law. Lieut, and Mrs. Carl
Broaddus. who hate been in China for
three years. Lieut. Broaddus has been
assigned to duty in Washington.
Miss Mazie Cook of Doswcll, Va., Is
the guest of Miss Dora Stevens.
Mrs. R. L. Kane and her daughters,
Betty, Roberta and Katherine Ann
Kane, are the guests of her mother,
Mrs. Emma Snyder in Shepherdstown,
Miss Ruth Gan- has returned from
Blackstone College and has as her guest
her classmate. Miss Marian Knapp. Miss
Irma Sturdyvin and Miss Hilma Sturdy
vln also have returned from Blackstone
College and are with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Sturdyvin.
Mrs. George M. Heflin has returned
from a visit to her sister, Mrs. William
Bryant, in Richmond.
Mrs. Florence Drew of San Francisco
spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles L. Limerick.
Mr. and Mrs. William K. McMahon
are home from a visit to the latter's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson,
Mrs. F. B Simmons went Monday to
her home in Elkton. Va., alter a visit
to her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Robert Simmons.
Mr. and Mrs. John Croft and Mr.
Leslie Robinson Croft of Akron. Ohio,
were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs.
L. S. Croft and have left to visit rela
tives In Victoria, Va
Miss Jean Fox of Shenandoah, Va.. is
the guest of her cousin. Miss Evelyn
Capt. and Mrs. Purcell
Capt. and Mrs. Richard I. Purcell of
Cavanaugh Courts lntertained a small
group of friends over the last week end
at their country home. Rockvilla,
Sperryville, Va., celebrating the thir
tieth anniversary of their marriage.
Hostess Receiving Guests
Before Going to Chicago
Miss Betty Angelo will be at home in
her apartment at the Park Lane Hotel
Tuesday evening from 8 to 10 o'clock
to see her friends before leaving for
Chicago, to spend the Summer.
Lieut, and Mrs. Snow
Leave Fort Humphreys
FORT HUMPHREYS, Va., June 18.—
Lieut, and Mrs. Beverly C. Snow and
their son Beverly, Jr., left Wednesday
for an extended visit to Mrs. H. B. Lane
at Ridgecrest, N. C. Later they will go
to Tuscaloosa. Ala, where Lieut. Snow
has been detailed with the Engineer
R. O. T. C. unit.
Maj. and Mrs. Lunsford E. Oliver
and Mrs. Jane W. Putnam were in
formally entertained at dinner last
evening by Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Lytle
Brown in Washington.
Maj. and Mrs. Oliver and Mrs. Put
nam motored to New Castle. Del, for
the week end and are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. E. V. Platt. Mrs. Putnam is
en route to New York City, where she
will visit her daughters. Miss Emily and
Miss Persis Putnam, before returning to
Col Edward H. Schulz left this week
for an Inspection trip of the United
States Engineer district at Savannah,
Ga. Afterward he will visit the In
fantry School at Fort Bennlng, Ga, and
will be joined there by Maj. William
E R. Covell.
Mrs. Bennett H. Bowley was hostess
at an attractively appointed bridge tea
Tuesday afternoon, when her guests in
cluded Mrs. Richard T. Coiner. Mrs.
Lunsford E. Oliver, Mrs. Jane W. Put
nam. Mrs. Henry C. Johannes. Mrs.
Emory H. Gist. Mrs. James D. Andrews,
jr.; Mrs. Beverly C. Snow. Mrs. Herbert
B. Loper. Mrs. Claude H. Chorpenlng,
Mrs. John R. Hardin. Mrs. James A.
McCal'am and Mrs. William N. Thomas,
jr. High scores were held by Mrs.
Chorpening and Mrs. Johannes. Join
ing the company for tea were Mrs. Ed
ward H. Schulz and Mrs. F. Russell
Lieut, and Mrs John R. Hardin and
their daughter Nancy of Rolla. Mo,
spent several days with Lieut, and Mrs.
Herbert B. Loper this week.
Mrs. William E. R. Covell. Mrs. Hen
shaw. Mrs. Edwin A. Bethel and Mrs.
William N. Thomas, jr, attended a
| luncheon at the Highlands, In Washing
ton. Wednesday, given by Mrs. Roseoe
min. *J. n. UUI'li auu uti ouiui, viiwuu**.
! Joseph end Richard, of Washington are
- guests of Lieut, and Mrs Morris M.
Bauer for several days while Maj. Dorst
is In Pittsburgh on the annual trip of
the students of the Army Industrial
Lieut, and Mrs. Frederick J. Dau are
among the recent arrivals at Fort Hum
phreys. Mrs. Dau s mother, Mrs. Edgar
King of Fort Eliss, Tex., has joined
them for the Summer.
Lieut. Benjamin R. Wimer. who lately
reported for duty, was joined by Mrs.
Wimer and her mother, Mrs. J. L. War
ren of Denver, Colo.
Lieut, and Mrs. Robert E. M.
Deslslcts had as their guests at dlnnfr
Saturday. June 1. Lieut, and Mrs. Fred
erick J. Dau and Mrs. Edgar King.
Miss Frances Williams, a sophomore
at William and Mary College, at Wil
liamsburg. Va . arrived Tuesday for an
extended visit to her grandmother. Mrs
12tta B Walker She was accompanied
by Mr. Julian Chandler of Williamsburg.
Maj. Henry A. Wingate entertained
at the Army and Navy Country Club
dinner dance Thursday evening in com
pliment to his niece. Miss Frances Wil
liams His other guests were Capt. and
Mrs. Harrv A Euckley. Lieut, and Mrs
Morris M. Bauer. Lieut, and Mrs. Claude
! H. Chorpening. Mrs. William E. R.
I Coveil. Mrs. J. A. Dorst. Mr. Julian
Chandler and Capt John M. Sllkman.
Capt and Mrs. Albert C. Lleber, jr.
entertained Lieut. Clarence L. Adcock,
Lieut. Arthur J. Sheridan. Lieut. Ed
ward C. Harwood. Capt. Stephen C
Whipple and Lieut. Miles Reber at din
Miss Gough-Foxwell and Miss Loretta
McKeever of Washington spent last
134? Connecticut Ace.
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Wherever you’re going—and for all vaeation activities
—your entire shoe-ward robe for Summer can be
supplied smartly, inexpensively, from these lovely
Many other charming styles
—at all our Stores
For Spectator Sports
White Buck pumps or oxfords,
brown or black trim. $395
For the Mornings
Cool, fashionable ff hitr Mpsh
trimmed with black or
For the Boardwalk
White Mesh tie?—trimmed with
white kid—cool, inviting. $3.95
*Open Nights *3212 14th
For the Evenings
While Mesh T-Strap sandals or
pumps—are very dainty. $3.95
Pig grain or “Suva” pouch, envelope
or vanity bags—with zippers and in
side purse*. Exceptional bags at
$1 & $1.95
MISS ELIZABETH KITT,
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer L. Kitt. recently graduated from Holton Arms
and preparing to spend the Summer with them in and near Washington.
week end with Lieut, and Mrs. George
Miss Lucill: Miller of Wenonah, N J.,
who spent three weeks with Miss Mil
dred Gist, returned to her heme Thurs
day. accompanied by Miss Gist.
Lieut, and Mrs. Edmund K. Daley
has as their house guest for several
days Miss Caroline Craft of Washington.
Lieut Frank McA. Albrecht and Lieut.
William D. Smith were dinner guests of
Lieut, and Mrs. David A. Watt, jr., be
fore the R. O. T. C. dance Tuesday.
Lieut, and Mrs. Morris M. Bauer en
tertained Capt. John R. Silkman and
Lieut. Frank McA. Albrecht at dinner
Exports from Black Sea ports of
Soviet Russia in tire first quarter of
this year included 2.500 tons of ties
and 64 471 tons of lumber and other
North Beach Hostess
At Luncheon an d Tea
Mrs. A L. Espey entertained at
luncheon Thursday in her Summer
heme at North Beach, Md. She was
assisted by her sist r, Mrs. George M.
The house was effectively decorated
in red roses from Mrs. Espey’s gardens.
After luncheon the guests enjoyed an
afternoon of bridge, each guest re
ceiving a prize. This was followed by a
The guests included Mrs Estelle
Bayne. Mrs. James G Bright. Mrs.
Harry nicker. Mrs. Walter A Heg
ner, Mrs. Arthur Menshaw, Mrs Rob
ert D. Mills. Mrs. Hugo Mattlll. Mrs.
Charles Lashhorne, Mrs. Edith Tracey
and Mrs. Jack W. Holder.
Mr. and Mre. Pigman Feted
On Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Bart B Pigman are
spending the week end in their cottage
at Fenwick. Md. They were given a
surprise party Saturday evening. June
11. by their niece, ML--, Mary Lou
Tinsley, and memoers ot the Wallace
Memorial Church in celrb-ation of the
twenty-fifth anniversary of their mar
riage. The party was given in their
home, at 7220 Blair road, and the com
pany included Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Akehurst, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Allen. Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Brown. Mr and Mra
E. W. Bond. Mr. and Mrs Nelson Carr
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Crabill, Mr. and’
Mrs. W. H. Carlin. Mr and Mrs. Joe
Comer. Mrs. Callamore. Miss Eflis
Callamore. Miss Maegrete Chalmers,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Dinger, Mr. and Mrs. D. H.
Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Fisher,
Miss Ruth French. Mr. and Mrs. E n!
Hamilton, Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Hawthorne!
Mr and Mrs. Harvey Hawthorne. Mr.
and Mrs. H. G Haydon, Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Haycock. Mr. and Mrs. William S.
Hammers. Dr. and Mrs Lawrence K’are,
Dr. Kile. Miss Mary Ki'e. Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Leeman, Dr and Mrs. F. Scott
McBride. Dr. and Mrs. N. E Mclndco,
Mrs. Neely, Mr. and Mrs. L. D
OFlahertv, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Prentice. Mr, and Mrs. Lee H Robinson,
Miss Eileen Robinson. Miss Anella
Robinson, Miss June Pigman. Miss Nell
Reynolds. Mr and Mrs. s. F. Spitzer,
Mr. and Mrs. Southerland. Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Smith, Miss Lilly Vaughn Smith.
Mr and Mrs. Charles Trimble, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Thompson. Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Will,' Miss Reba Will, Mr and
Mrs. L. E. White, Miss Mary White and
Mr. Lynn E. Woodward.
A wild cat caught recently r.ear May
pole, Scotland, was 38 inches long.
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