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Franklin Silas Terry at New York, and
Mr. William Wright Harts. Jr., son of
Brig. Gen. William Wright Harts, U.
S. A., retired, and Mrs. Harts of Wash
ington. The ceremony was performed
In 8t. Batholomew's Church in New
York yesterday afternoon, the Rev. Dr.
Clifford Macon officiating.
The bridegroom's father was military
aide to President Woodrow Wilson and
the entire family popular members of
the executive circle.
The church was elaborately decorated
with lilies, banked in the chancel against
a background of ferns, and tied to tail
cathedral candles which marked the
pews down the center aisle.
The bride was escorted by her cousin.
Mr. Nell Emerson MacMillan, and was
given in marriage by her mother. The
bridal costume w'as of pale pink satin
fashioned on princess model, molded
to her figure, the skirt flaring toward
the bottom and falling into a very long
train in the back. The train had
elaborated embroidery about the edge
in pink seed pearls forming lilies of the
valley. The tight fitting sleeves had
epaulet puffs and the neckline was high
and draped. Her tulle veil was ar
ranged In cap effect, a narrow band of
lilies of the valley holding it in place.
The bride carried a dove gray card
case which bound a hand-illuminated
transcript of the wedding sendee. The
case wras presented to Mrs. Lawrence
Townsend of Washington by the late
Queen Alexandra on the occasion of the
coronation of King Edward VII. Mrs.
Townsend is godmother to the bride.
The case is studded in torquoise and
pearls forming a design of fleur-de-lis.
Mrs. Terry, who gave her daughter in
marriage, was in rose color chiffon and
rose color point Bohemian lace, her
large horsehair braid hat matching.
Miss Mollie McCallum was maid of
honor, her costume being of pink and
gray, her small hat and tiny muff of
pink velvet violets carrying out the
color scheme. The bride's other attend
ants were Mrs. Charles Stew'art, Mrs.
Charles Sheldon. Mrs. Ramon Cantar
rana. Miss Cynthia Harts, sister of the
bridegroom; Miss Helen Lee Doherty of
New York and Washington, Miss Janet
Beach, Miss Mary Anderson and Miss
Martha Jones Reading. They had sim
liar costumes ox wueeiis
fashioned like the bride's gown, but
without trains, the draped necklines
held with rose quartz buttons, each
bridal attendant wearing rose quartz
bracelets, the gift of the bride. They
carried African daisies.
Mr. Clements Harts was best man
for his brother and the ushers were
Mr. William Daingerfleld Bristol, Mr.
Richard Lownsbury, Mr. William Walker
Kennedy. Mr. Douglas Meservey, Mr.
Antonio Zolando. Mr Russell John. Mr.
R. Leonard Stokes and Mr. Augustus
A reception followed in the Louis XI
room of the Park Lane, where pink
American roses on their stately stems
formed a bower for the bride and
bridegroom. The centerpiece of the
bride's table was a bridal bouquet which
the bride threw over her shoulder as
she left for her wedding trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Harts will sail today
for Europe, where they will motor on
the continent through the Summer and
in the Autumn will be at home at 115
East Ninety-second street in New York.
The bride is a graduate of the Pinch
School and attended L’Ecole Francaise
in Paris. She was presented at the
Court of St. James. Mr. Harts was a
member of the class of 1929 at Prince
ton University and is a member of the
Aviation Country Club, the Princeton
Club and the Madison Yacht Club.
Miss Florence Sawrie of Nashville,
Tonn., who has been visiting Miss
Eleanor Daniels, will sail with her
mother. Mrs. Sawrie. from New York
tomorrow to spend the Summer abroad.
Mrs. Guy M. Cowgill and her daugh
ter, Miss Vivian Cowgill, of Kansas
City, Mo., who have been visiting Dr.
end Mrs. A. L. Hildreth, will sail to
morrow from Baltimore for Europe,
where Miss Cowgill will study harp
music during the Summer.
The United States Minister to Ecua
dor and Mrs. Franklin Mott Gunther
sailed today aboard the Paris for
Miss Katharine Snyder has been vis- j
iting her brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. George Cochran Daub, in
Baltimore. Mrs. Daub formerly was
Miss Sophy Tayloe Snuder of Wash
Mr. and Mrs. Emmons Smith have
taken a cottage at Manchester, Mass.,
for the Summer. Mrs. Smith, accom
panied by their three small children,
has already left Washington, and Mr.
Smith will join them next month.
Mrs. Edward Hamlin Everett is spend
ing a few days in Washington at the
Mayflower, having returned to the city
last night from her Summer home, the
Orchards, m Bennington, Vt., where she
has been since the 1st of June, and will
spend the early Summer. Mrs. Everett
recently leased her house on Twenty
third street, at Sheridan Circle, to the
Turkish embassy. Later in the season
Whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. William P. Bartel, have announced her engage
ment to Mr. J. Ousley Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary H. Smith of Chevy
Chase, Md.
Mrs. Everett and her children will go
to Cape Cod.
Mr. and Mrs. John Grandin Reading
and Miss Martha Jones Reading have
arrived at their home, in Black Moun
tain. N. C., for the Summer. While in
Washington they were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stanford Conness
Miss Reading, who has been attending
the Princeton finals, has been exten
sively feted by her hostess. Mrs. James
W. Furgerson of Philadelphia. Pa. For
the past week Miss Reading has been
the guest of Mrs. Franklin Silas Terry
and her daughter. Miss Lillian Emer
son, in New York, attending Miss Emer
son as one of her bridesmaids at her
wedding yesterday to Mr. William
Wright Harts, jr. Miss Reading is the
granddaughter of the late Maj. James
Ball of Fairfax County, Va.. and the
great-great-granddaughter of Com
modore Thomas Catesby Jones.
The marriage of Miss Betty Florence '
Ballew of Washington, D. C., to Mr
William Harold Greene of Fulton, N. Y.,
took place yesterday morning at 10:30
o'clock in St. Gabriel’s Catholic Church
in New York City. Immediately after
the ceremony a wedding breakfast was
served at the McAlpin Hotel.
The bride’s only attendant was Mrs.
Harry M. Hitchcock of Washington and
the best man was Dr. Edward Markey
Pullen of New York, cousin of the
Miss Ballew is from one of the older
families of Virginia, whose home was
formerly in Lynchburg, where she has
many friends and relatives.
Mr. Greene in his college days at
tended Harvard University and McGill
University, in Montreal, Canada. Mr.
Greene holds a position with the De
partment of Justice in Washington,
where they will make their home after
a cruise to Havana.
The bride wore a biscuit brown chalk
crepe ensemble with dark brown acces
sories for the ceremony and for travel
ing. while Mrs. Hitchcock wore dark
blue with accessories to match.
Bridge Party to Bring Funds
For Children's Vacation.
The Abigail Hartman Rice Chapter.
D. A. R„ is giving a bridge party at
1303 New Hampshire avenue tomorrow
to pay the expenses of some boys and
girls at a vacation camp being estab
lished by the Sons and Daughters of
the Republic.
Arrangements are in charge of Mrs.
Catherine Estlow. vice regent. Guests
of honor are Mrs. John M. Beavers,
corresponding secretary general. N. S.
D. A. R.: Mrs. Harry C. Groves, State
regent; Mrs. George M. Grimes, State
vjce regent; Mrs. Edward M. Weeks,
State chaplain; Mrs. Pedro Capo-Rod
riquez, State recording secretary; Mrs.
Jean La Bat, State corresponding sec
retary; Mrs. Ada C. Mills-Payne, State
treasurer; Mrs. Arturoy Cassanova,
State historian; Miss Helen Harmon,
ex-State regent.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Waddell of Bal
lard Estate, Bombay, India, are spend
lng a few days at the Dodge and are
acoompanled by Mrs. Bessie Waddell of
Atlanta, Oa. Mr. and Mrs Waddell
have been visiting in the South for the
last several weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Freeman are
leaving Washington tomorrow to spend
the month of July with their children
in Vermont.
Mr. and Mrs. Will H. Towles are
leaving today by motor for Winona
Lake, Ind., where Mr. Towles will take
charge as director of the Summer
School of Photography. This school is
an association school, under the aus
pices of the Photographers’ Interna
tional Association of America.
Dr. Stephen Wise of New York City
is at the Willard for a few days. Dr.
Wise was elected honorary president of
the American Jewish Congress last eve
Mr. Thomas Newton Frost of War- |
renton, Va., and Miss Frances Booth
Hundley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Pey
ton Hundley of Essex County, Va., were
married Saturday, June 25. at 4 o’clock
in St. Michael's Church, Hannah More
Academy. The ceremony was per
formed by Rev. Arthur B. KlnaoMng.
D. D., rector of Old St. Paul's Church,
Baltimore. Md.. with only the immedi
ate families present. The bride wore
a blue traveling suit and hat, with a
bouquet of pink sweet peas.
The bride is a granddaughter of the
late Rev. James Hervey Hundley of
Essex County and niece of the late Dr.
J. Mason Hundley of Baltimore, Md.
She is a graduate of Hannah More
Academy and has taught for several
years In the Warrenton High School.
Mr. Frost is the son of Mrs. Frost and
the late Thomas Lowndes Frost of j
Marshall, Va.. and grandson of the late
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Frost. He has
been In business In Warrenton for some
Miss Sarah Sugar and Mr. Ben
Rozansky were hostess and host at a
surprise party Monday In honor of Miss
Anna Miller, who graduated from East- J
ern High School in June. Guests in
cluded Miss Freda Lopatin of Bayonne,
N. J.; Miss Ethel Snyder of Laurel
Md.; Miss Lll Malzell, Miss Ann Deror
kin. Miss Blanche Wallace, Miss Bess
Rosenberg. Miss Anita Summers, Mr,
Nalhan Steinman, Mr. Moe Katz. Mr.
Bunny Baker, Mr. Lee Lann, Mr. Wolly
Wolowitz, Mr. Teddy Shapiro. Mr. j
Henry Snyder. Mr. Sam Miller, Mr. Joe
Miller and Mr. Dare Wallace.
Traffic Officer
FAIRFAX Va., June 3# (Special).—
Arthur W- Mills of Engleside, has re
signed as traffic officer for Fairfax
Wages are being Increased in parts
oil Australia.
In a
Jelleff .
This Week's
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Miss Alice Price
Selected bv
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Vi ho broadcasts
“Musical and Fashion
Notes” on “Personality
in Clothes”
Tuesdays at 5:30
over WMAL
Miss Frances Brooks,
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Fine textures—grey—white—tint- j
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1514 Conn. Ave. N. 2776-2777
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Chalk Crepe . . . Felt
Panama . . . Wool
Rough Straw
Brims and Turbans
All Head sizes
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New "Softees"
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• Our Cooling System Makes Shopping Pleasant •
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At Greatly Reduced Prices

As our entire stocks are reduced there is marvelous
opportunity to select, not only for Summer wear on cool
days, but for Fall and Winter wear. . . . Buy for School
. . . for College and discover that the savings are the
most unusual you’ve ever known. ... They are the best
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i> I I JI Sale Starts
Bring a W A ^ M ^ THURSDAY
Friend! ^ MORNING, 8:30 A.M.
You’ve WAITED FOR IT . . . NOW HERE IT IS! Every well-dre*»ed Washington woman realizes the
The most sensational sale of DRESSES ever staged STYLE, QUALITY and VALUE of BRESLAU
in Washington! TWICE EACH YEAR we hold a DRESSES and their regular low prices . . . NOW at
store-wide Quick Clearance—A CLEAN SWEEP of these thrilling sale prices WE ADVISE YOU TO BE
EVERY DRESS IN STOCK . . . Offering TWO ON HAND EARLY—as this special offering of TWO
HIGH-GRADE BRESLAU DRESSES for the original FOR ONE will attract a crowd to our store—STORE
PRICE OF ONE! OPENS AT 8:30 A.M. We advise early shopping.
TWO 2“u $5.95 DRESSES for $5.95
TWO gggKft $9.95 DRESSES for $9.95
TWO gffiu $15.00 DRESSES for $15.00
TWO EvAu $19.95 DRESSES for $19.95
TWO breslmj* $25.00 DRESSES for $25.00
TWO Slav $29.50 DRESSES for $29.50
TWO “AuL $35.00 DRESSES for $35.00
TWO g&fsLTu $39.50 DRESSES for $39.50
TWO $49.50 DRESSES for $49.50
6,000 Dresses in This Sale l
Including Hundreds of Summer Voiles, Linens and Eyelets!
STREET DRESSES—Pure Dye Silks, Chalk Crepes, Printed
Crepes, Triple Sheer Chiffons, Washable Silks—JACKET
SUITS, too! Even
AFTERNOON DRESSES—Georgettes, Chiffons, Crepes, Laces,
Printed Sheers, Summer Voiles and combinations. Our
EVENING DRESSES—Taffetas, Nets, Laces, Crepes, Or- Lowest
gandies, chiffons and Angel Silk Crepes. .
DANCE DRESSES—Taffetas, Chiffons, Crepes, Georgettes. Priced
BUSINESS DRESSES—Triple Sheers, solid color and figured Dresse.
silks. Also JACKET SUITS. . _ . ,
SPORT DRESSES—Knitted fabrics, lightweight woolens, Are Priced
Eyelets, Shantungs. Rajahs and Printed combinations. 2 for 1!
A I f Ol^rC JUNIORS’ 13 to 19—MISSES’ _ *
ALL 14 to 20—WOMEN’S 36 TO
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with experts
For twenty-seven years
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We provide mothproof
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These cost even less than
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Cleaned and Stored
1420 l) Street N.W.
North 3400
Further Drastic Reductions
Pre-Holiday Dramatic Low Prices
FOR IMMEDIATE WEARING and through the Sum
mer many fresh fashions in printed crepes with jackets,
print chiffons, dinner dresses, sports frocks, suits for travel
and town, coats for town and country . . . hosiery, lingerie
bags . . . knitwear,
DRESSES 12.50 15.00
DRESSES 6.50 10.00
COATS lft.50 25.00
SUITS lft.50 25.00
HATS . 2.00 3.50
Pasternak quality at bargain prices; shop now and save.
No Returns All Sdtes Final No Credits
w*'^“ lh»»rn
Month-End Sale!
Our Entire Stock of Early
Spring and Summer
Hot bargains that will make the
kettle boil and blow off the lid!
20 Dresses, Originally sio to sis
Print crepes and navy and black crepes to wear on cool days and for
traveling. Sizes 12 to 42. Second Floor.
Only one to a customer!
W Dresses, were $.5 and $»8, $8.85 ^.$|2
1,000 Summer Frocks
Budget Shop frocks for every Summer occasion in light and dark shades, sizes
12 to 44. In three groups for the Month End Sale. Second Floor.
. were $5.95 were $5.95 and $7.95 were $10 to $18
$3-95 $4.95 $7.95
7 Dresses, were $39.50. .. .$28 5 Lucky Bride Dresses, were
JO Dresses, were $49.50.$28 $39.50 to $69.50.$15
3 Dresses, were $59.50... .$28 6 Evening Gowns, were
2 Dresses, were $69.50.<£28 $39.50 to $79.50.$28
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150 Advance Summer Frocks
Originally $15 and $18.. „ ^
All fresh, new frocks for all Summer’s gay moods ... Sk ■ 1 xS
chiffons, sheers, wash crepes, in light and dark shades; 4r I M *****
sizes 12 to 44. Second Floor. J
$ J 6.50 to $29.50 Suits.$7.95 $7^° $ W)*95 Redin&ote ^ ^
$29.50 and $39.50 Spring Coats, furred and tailored, several colors.. $12
$1 Chiffon Hankies.25c $2.95 and $3.95 Skirts..$1.59
$1.95 and $2.95 Silk and Cotton $J.39 French Crepe Teddies, Dan
Blouses . 95c cettes and Panties.39c
$1.95 and $2.95Sweaters.79c $1*59 French Crepe Slips. . $1.09
115 Early Summer Hats, $5 to $10.$1
Charges not billed until August 1st
No C. O. D.’s, Will Calls, No Exchanges, No Returns, All Sales Final.
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