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General Personal Notes
Of Interest to Society
, Viscountess d'Alte, Widow of Late Minister of
Portugal, Visiting Here—Mrs. Casper
Whitney Also in City.
Viscountess d'Alte. widow of the
late Minister of Fortugal. is here
from her home in New York City,
and is at the Wardman Park Hotel.
Mrs. Casper Whitney is at the
Carlton for a few days, having come
on from her home in New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Bingham, who
have been visiting the letter's father,
the American Ambassador to the
: Court of St. James, Mr. Robert Worth
Bingham, in New York, returned
yesterday to their home in Louisville,
Ky. The Ambassador and Mrs. Bing
ham will sail next week for London
after spending several weeks In this
Miss Coda Kincheloe arrived yes
terday from Lynchburg College to
spend several days with her parents,
the commissioner of revenue, Mr.
James U. Kincheloe, ana Mrs. Kin
eheloe, in Fairfax.
Miss Alice G. Edmonston. who has !
been a guest during the Winter j
months of Mrs. Faber Stevenson, has
left Washington for New York, where
she will sail for Trieste, Italy. Miss
Lily McConnel! and Mrs. Porter H.
Dale, wife of the late Senator Dale
of Vermont, will accompany Miss
Edmonston to Italy, where they will
spend several months.
Miss Dora S. Lewis, State super
visor, home economics education, of
Olympia. Wash., is at the Dodge for
an indefinite stay.
Mrs. Harry H. Spencer and her
young daughter. Miss Dorothy Spencer,
are expected to arrive in New York
City today from Kettering, England,
where they spent eight months with
relatives. Mr. Spencer motored to
New York to meet them.
Mi. and Mrs. John H. Small have
visiting them in their home, cn Dum
barton avenue, their daughter. Mrs.
, H. C. Neblett, and Mrs. J. Stuart
Gaul of Charlotte, N. C. Mrs. John
K. Hoyt of Washington. N. C.. is also
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Small.
Mrs. Benjamin D. Shreve of Cherry
dale. Va., accompanied by her step
father. Mr. Benjamin F. Reich of
Frederick, Md„ will leave tomorrow by
motor for a five-week visit in Florida.
They will make Miami their head
quarters, but will visit the principal
towns and points of interest in the
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. De Lash
mutt will return to their home in
Arlington, Va., this evening from a trip
to Florida and a visit in Mobile, Ala.
Mrs. Gaius Allen and her son
Junior, with Mrs. Boyd Ferguson of
Virginia Highlands, Va„ left yester
day for an extended visit with rela
tives in Asheville, N. C.
Mrs. C. Β King has returned to her
home on the Colesville road, Silver
Spring. Md., from a trip to Havana,
the Panama Canal and the West
Coast. She spent two months in Los
Angeles. Calif. Mrs. King was ac
companied by her sister-in-law, Mrs.
William H. Brittain, of Washington.
Mrs. A. S. Farnam. accompanied by
her granddaughter, who spent the
Winter in Florida, is staying at the
Dcdge for a few days. Mrs. F. D.
Forsyth of Athens. Ohio, Mrs. Far
nam's daughter, joined them for the
week end.
Mrs. George P. Duane of Fort Lau- j
derdale. Fla., who has been visiting her '
mother-in-law, Mrs. Η. M. Wilson of I
Aurora Hills, Va., has left with her
two sons. Earl and Barry, for Boston,
Mass.. where they will spend a month
with Mrs. Duane's mother. Mrs. Ε. M.
Goombs. Later they will join Mr.
Duane in Aurora Hills, where they will
make their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Hadden of
Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N. Y., j
are at the Carlton, accompanied by
their daughters, the Misses Hadden.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sills have re
turned from their wedding trip to
Florida and are making their home at
2717 Woodley place. Their wedding
took place February 10. The bride i
wore white satin, fashioned princess j
style, with long, tight-fitting sleeves j
and cowl neckline. Her attendants ι
were her sister, Mrs. Raymond Gross- i
man of Chicago, and her sister-in- j
law, Mrs. Barney Krucoff. They wore j
blue crepe, off-the-shoulder fashion,
fitted bodices and bouffant skirts.
Mr. Morton Wilner acted as best
man. and the ushers were Mr. Reuben
K. Milisteln. Mr. Sylvan King. Mr.
Bernard Nordlinger, Mr. Paul Wilner,
Mr. Jerry Oxenberg, Mr. Norman
Abramson. Mr. Barney KrueofT and
Mr. Raymond Grossman of Chicago.
Mrs. George S. Arnold, who. with
Mr. Arnold, is spending several months
at thr Martinique, has gone to Pough
keepeie. Ν. Y., to spend the week end
with her daughter. Miss Elizabeth
Arnold, who is attending Vassar.
Mrs. Η. Τ Land of Richmond, Va.,
is passing some time with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Kenneth L. Savee, in her
home In Sllgo Park Hills, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Sloane of
Sands Point, Long Island, are at the
Martinique for the week end.
Mr. Fred Taylor Wilson, who Is
soon to publish a book on "The Con
stitution of the United States." will
deliver his lecture on "The Consti
tution" to a joint session of the Wis
consin House and Senate at Madison
Wis., tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Slnnott and
their daughter. Miss Marie Louise
Sinnott, of New York City, are at the
Carlton over the week end. accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Shaffer
and their daughter. Miss Noraia
Shaffer, of POrest Hills, Ν. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Will H. Williams
have left for a trip to Plorida. They
expect to be away about three weeks
and will visit several points of
Mrs. Norman Murray Smith is
spending some time in New York
City at the Park Lane Hotel.
Miss Mary Frances Cooper, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Cooper
of Aspen Hill. Fairfax, has as her
guests Mr. and Mrs. John R. Phillips
and Mr. James Wood of Washington
Mr. Dan Cooper of New Tork is also
a guest at Aspen Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Palfrey of
Brookline, Mass., are spending a few
days at the Martinique.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fitch of Wash
ington are at the Vanderbilt Hotel.
New York City, for a brief stay.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Francis McDevitt
have as their week end guests in their
home in Sligo. Park Hills. Md . Mrs.
Richard f. Junker and hrr son-tn
law. Mr. Arthur M. May, of RockTilfe
Center, Long Island.
Katharine Dunlop
Will Become Bride
Of Langhorne Bond
(Continued From First Page J
Schwartz, U. S. N., son of Mr. and
Mrs. P. J. Schwartz of Wichita, Kans.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph B. Behrend
announce the engagement of their
daughter Amy to Mr. Julius Gold
stein. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Goldstein of -Roanoke, Va. Miss
Behrend is a graduate of Goucher
and for the past year has been study
ing law at George Washington Uni
versity. Mr. Goldstein is a graduate
of Washington and Lee and Harvard
and is now engaged in business in this
city. They will be married in the late
Spring and will reside in Washington.
Plans for Indoor Show
At Fort Myer Under Way
Col. Ken/on Joyce, commandant of
Fort Myer. and the committee in
charge of arrangements, including
Lieut. Col. George S. Patton, jr.;
Capt. James T. Duke, Capt. Marion
Carson and Lieut. Joseph Ganahl are
planning a second indoor norre «.how
Tuesday evening, March 26, at ·
o'clock in the riding hall, Fort
Myer. Va.
Treasury Secretary
And Mrs. Morgenthau
Visiting in New York
(Continued Prom First Page.)
the special a-ssbtant to the Secretary
of State, and Mrs. John H. Russell,
wife of the commandant of the
Marine Corps, will return to Wash
ington today. They have been spend
ing some time at Pas-a-Grille, Fla.
Mrs. Kenyon Joyce, wife of the .
commandant of Port Myer, is spend- !
ing a short time in Florida.
Lieut. Comdr. D. C. Redgrave, re
cently transferred from CMongapo,
P. I., to duty in this city, with Mrs.
Redgrave and their three children,
have taken a home at 54· Marian
avenue m Clarendon. Va.
Capt. and Mrs. Theodore Koenig ;
sailed Wednesday for Europe, where
Capt. Koenig will take over his duties
as assistant military attache in
charge of air at Berlin. Germany.
Capt. and Mrs Koenig were accom
panied to New York by Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Hoover.
Tacomis Club
Plans Dinner Dance
Plans for the annual dinner dance
of the Tacomis C.'ub, the social or
ganization of the lariff Commission, 1
are under way. Mrs. Bertha M. Rob
ertson Is chairman of the committee
and she is assisted by Miss Mary J.
Richey; Miss Adele R. Thode, Miss
Bonnie L. Hockensmith. Miss Mary ,
Carey and Miss Anna K. Baum. and
also by Mr. G. McLennan, Mr. W. H.
Corey, Mr. H. R. Stephen. Mr. R. W.
Pinto and Mr. C. W. Housley The j
dance will be held Thursday in the
west bell room of the Shore ham Hotel.
During the dinner there will be a pro
gram to entertain the guests.
Takoma Park Ladies' Aid
To Celebrate Anniversary
The tenth anniversary of the Ladles'
Aid Society of the Takoma Park Luth
eran Church will be celebrated Thun
day night in the auditorium of the
church at S o'clock.
Mrs. Walter Sheller and Mrs. Henry
Scherger will be the hostesses of the
evening, during which many games
will be featured Mrs. Chester R.
Brenneman. president of the society,
has issued invitations to all past offi
cers and former members, as well as
the active members.
Mre. Candee Reeumee
Talks at Sulgrave Club
Mr». Helen Churchill Candee will
resume her series of lectures during
Lent on the subject. "Let Me Intro
duce to You Your Household Gods."
Wednesday morning at Sulgrave
Club. Her talk this week will be on
stories ot designs in weaving and
will be illustrated with slides from
the Metropolitan Museum in New
■ York.
Several Tears ago Mrs., Candee
wrote a book entitled. "Weaves and
Draperies, Classic and Modern." a
1 book which today is considered an
authority on the subject. In it the
author traced the history of weaving
designs, different motifs used in dif
ferent periods in history, and out
standing characteristics in the Ameri
can industry. These lectures are in
creasing in interest among Washing
tonians who enjoy hearing the his
torical background of the things with
which they live from day to day.
Woman's Alliance Holds
Bridge Luncheon Tuesday
Mrs. Jame* M. Doran heads the list
of patronesses for the monthly bridge
luncheon of the Woman's Alliance of
All Souls' Unitarian Church, to be
given at the church Tuesday. MTs.
M< Fall Kerbey will be the hostess, and
among those who have reserved tables
1 are Mrs. Clyde Wendelken, Mrs.
Lovell Parker, Mrs. Carl Lauter. Mrs.
Theodore Nickson. Mrs. O. C. Bdler,
Mrs. Alice Bennet and Mrs. Alvin
Georgia State Society
Plans St. Patrick's Dance
The Georgia state Society will give
a St. Patrick day dance Friday eve
ning In the west ball room of the
8horeham Hotel. Dancing will «tart
at ·:30 o'clock and will continue until
1 o'clock.
The Floor Committee for the eve
ning will have as chairman Repre
sentative Braswell Deen, who will be
assisted by Mr«. Deen, Mr*. Carrie
Brumback, Mrs. Theodore Tiller, Miss
Winona Thurston, Mr. and Mrs. Er
nest Geealing, Miss Ina Russell, Mr.
A. Eartow Ray, Miss Agnes Reynolds,
Mr. Willis Ray and Miss Julia Rey
Tickets and further Information
may be obtained from Mrs. James W.
Thurston at 4419 Illinois avenue, or
! at the door of the ball room.
String Quartet Gives
First Concert Tomorrow
The Washington String Quartet
will present the first of a serlea of
concerta to be held in the patio of
the Carlton Hotel tomorrow afternoon
at 4 o'clock. Hie aeries if to be given
under the patronage of Mrs. Harlan
Flske Stone, Mrs. Anne Archbold, Mrs.
Paul Bastedo, Mrs. Eugene P. Byrnes,
Miss Alice Ciapp, Mrs. Tracy bows,
Mr. Frank Frost, Miss Grace Dunham
Guest, Mra. John Rowland Hill, Mrs.
Walter Bruce Howe. Mr. Joaef Kaspar,
Dr. Hans Kindler, Mrs. Reeve Lewis,
Mrs. George Hewitt Myers, Mrs. Edwin
B. Parker, Dr. Conway Sawyer and
Mrs. Frank West.
In addition to the patrons and
! patronesses of the aeries, many mem
ber* of Washington aoclety will at
tend Including members of the diplo
matic corps.
I Wisconsin Society
Meeting at Willard
The Wisconsin State Society will
hold its next meeting at the Willard
Hotel March 23. Dr. D O. Kinsman
' is president of the society.
1 Miss Katherine Lenroot is chairman
of the Program Committee, «astoted bv
Miss Myrtle M. Siarr. A dance will
! follow the program
Attractive daughter of Mrs. William Corcoran Eustis, who is a popular
member of the younger set in Washington. Miss Eustis makes her home
with her mother on Rhode Island avenue. — Hessler-Henderson Photo.
Millinery Designers
of Individuality
733 11th St. N.W.
Were a Dominant |
Theme at the
Paris Openings!
For yeais women
have said, "give us
dresse· with coats"
... at last here they
are in phases as varied
as the occasion de·
mands. Drisses com
plete and lovely in
themselves, combined
with jackets, capes or
fitted coats to present
a "finished" unit . . .
a distinguished cos
tume . . . the most im
portant edict of
Spring, 1935.
Do tee our stunning |
collection tomorrow!
Sketched: The sweetest
rclar trrr said! Brwfill
Green Pirtlun «beer
wool, with lanrlaua eat
l»r and aie at af Sassier
Frmine. The top of
dreaa la eaatraatlnr linen
lac· .... HIS.
Note: A ! t h ο υ β h the
sketch ihouit two viewt,
it hardlt does it juttice.
May we auooeit uou tee
thi» stvnnino coifvme on
ditptav in our window
. . . now/
Insure m u+ll-froomrd coiffure
u ilh α
"Louey Venn"
Combination Pfrn\anrnt
Wf b1m> (îTf irnuinf Ruceor.
"Reund-Curl" ind our »lf-iftUn·
CroquKnelr method» for ST.50.
Na.7559 1224 Conn. Ave.
Julius Garfinckel &.C0.
F Street at Fourteenth
DRESSES . . . COATS . . . SUITS . . .
Fox-T rimmed
The charming design
of this attractive
combination is copy·
righted ... the Fern
tip Green Forstmann
Fabric is contrasted
by the brown mole
skin which borders
the cape and forms
the collar of the wrap.
May be worn as three
piece ensemble or
two-piece suit
for dress or sport.
Forstmann'$ /Sheer
Navy Wool Cloth is
the favored fabric in
this ripple · collared
wrap the Dolman
sleeve adds a youth;
ful, slenderizing
effect, t Axure Fox
supplies an elaborate
$69.50/ ,
i ' ^
Two N»w Additi**$ (·
Our 0>>tmgui>K«d
Autographs, Prints and
James F. Meegan, Inc.
Inportera mad Bookseller·
1211 Conn. Ave. Phone NA. U49
",rt CREATED EQUAL" . ..
that'· why Mrs. M Bur It* Tate,
clever hat artut at FRANCINE'S.
will design or
copy any hat
your heart de
sires. These
hand -made
haisare Known
as "Studio
Mode»"— and
can be created
bon—at $7.50 and up. Or she can
remodel your last year's hats at
nominal prices. She will suggest
the changes—or you can use your
own ideas. And youll be delighted !
FRANCINE has the mort exciting
1 collection of saucy straw sailors—
1 Helene't icen 'round town. Do
I Stop In! 1110 Ρ ST.
* * * 1 ANYWHERE" ... and
add proudly. "1 made it myself"...
when you knit yourself a dress or
coat or suit or
sweater from the
beautlfu! yarns at
this restful, smart
shop you can create
H —- the loveliest things
1 H fA —for a fraction of
«dklFS what they'd cost
you if you bought
them. And there's no charge for
Instruction—if your wool is pur
chased there. "Navajo" yarn is
new and gey—a conglomeration
of twisted bright colors. "Flan
nel." a cotton thread yarn is ex
citing for Summer wearable#.
Boucle de lance. Solarized cotton
and Linen noes .come in the
luscious shades for Spring and
Summer. At the moment they're
copying fancy lace patterns for
dresses and sweaters. All blocking
done in the shop. Stop by.
··' FIGURE «bit cosmetics
ire to the face." It aids tlx mus
cles that have lost control and
make* you the
clear - eyed,
peppy woman
which modern
» ο e i e t y de
mands. The
exercises given
V by Eva DeU
POOL netian Pool
Room at the
ing will say "farewell to your
bulges'" ... Eva Dell Myers will
"build you up" or "take you down"
in just the right places. Swimming
and diving lessons by Mr. McCra
hon included in your exercise les
son—both for 50c. Use of lockers,
suit, towels and showers gratis.
Watch the pounds "pour" off.
Phone ADAMS 0700.
«» Ί£ΝΓΓ8 TO YOU" . . .
when you're out to the
club ... off on a cruise . . . try
ing desperately to keep fresh and
» ^ uncrumpled . . .
what do you grate
fully turn to?
Knits, of course.
/ IfBLOAHelene knows this
M —and in the best
M SHOP traditions of the
finest club and
sportswomen, the
presents "Marin
ette" knit classics . . . beautifully
designed, beautifully made . . .
looking all the world like their
hand-made sisters ... but priced
with a fine regard for your ideas
about such things. Prices from
$16.50 to S35. In luscious colors.
Others *7.95 up. 1008 CONN. AVE.
TIME" ... into the
enchanting GUDE Flower Shop
... at 1124 CONNICTICUT AVE.
It's already blos
soming gaily for
Spring. Τ h e y ' re
known for their
fresh flowers. Fresh
, every morning.
'More of them, and
more kinds. Rare
flowers, and old
ΓΙΤΠΓ fashioned flowers.
infinite variety—
from new, scarce orchids to simple
primroses. And plants. Budding
plants and flowering plants and
pure foliage plants. DIS. 1450.
**· x and lasts! FLOYD
WILLIAMS runs a dress shop . ..
and that's what it looks like way·
.up-on the 6th floor
at 1408 G ST. It
hasn't the flavor of
the Rit« Bar . . .
or the Yale Bowl
. . . but smart gals
get the smartest
0 „ dresses—at dollars
Υ ΛΛ M less than elsewhere
Ô f c In town (because
of low - overhead
expenses) . . . they keep coming
back for more of them. Prices are
particularly enticing now—because
h«s "sale-ing" every one of hi·
"ooe-of-a-kind" dresses. There's
ma elevator going right up!
VLfHAT'8 all the hum and
buizin' been 'round the
Mayflower Hotel and the Fox
Theater? A tea party? No.
No. W.S.
Van Dyke,
ace movie
d 1 r re tor,
hu been
in town.
And he's
had every
about like
anta to a
"Costuming the stars for
pictures It very Important."
he told Helene. "Adrian,
the studio fashion designer,
submits a sketch of the sug
gested costume. Then he
and the star for whom it is
Intended put their heads to
gether before It comes up for
my approval. Frequently I
have to use the ax cm Joan
Crawford's dlny concoc
tion* . . .
"Are starts temperamen
tal?" he repeated Helene's
question. "Not often!" The
only time I had occasion to
tell Jeanrtte MarDonakl
•where to get off —she an
ticipated my scolding—and
greeted me on all 'fours' in
a huge doghouse—with an
apple in one hand and a
bunch of flower* in the
other. Now I ask you"
asked the man who direct·
the "course of the stars" .. .
"could Z be angry after
. . . i.^1 SIGNS" on Uie
print dresses at the GREENWICH
GOWN SHOP. In fact, Elizabeth
Thornberry ' s
fashions are so
stunning — she
hates advertising
them—for fear
some astute lover
rr" of fashion might
/rnct^ru come end bu?
/GkEEWNMCH one. The very
l^OWN thought of sépara -
Ο SHOP tK)n her a
nasty pang. The
you doubtless know . . . is located
on the 4th floor at 1317 Ρ ST., and
prices itart at $9.35. YouH find
only one dress of a kind—and rare
values at that.
* * * This is the day and age
when being "heir-minded" means
more than just bringing the an
cestral crib from
the attic. There
are layettes to
be bought (and
ROYAL knows
them from boots
te buntings). For
while this may ^ <Λ
7°»r. "fl*1" P^-AIS POYAl
. . . it s their
thousand and first ... for they've
been layetting heirs for years.
They're offering a specifically
priced layette of 51 pieces—for the
Intriguing price of $13.59. Miss
Marcella Muller — a registered
nurse—gives advice to expectant
mamas who wish to conserve
funds—and still do the right thing
by their offspring.
• · ^ MIGHTY and everlast
ing allies of Pate, the accomplices
of Adventure, the prompters of Ro
mance" . . . but they
must be carefully
cleaned and pre
served for their
many wearing*.. .to
be of any use to you.
Cleaners and Dyers "ΪΑΜ#ΑΓ
do exquisite work In CLEAMEBS
cleaning and dyeing DYEM
—even on the most
fragile things. When returned to
you—your clothes are "Odor-leas"
... all hand-finished... and look
fresher than when new. Work
called for and delivered. Every
thing covered by insurance. 5010
CONN. AVE. Phone CL. 3600.
• · · ° AND JOY with ap
propriate greeting cards." Cards
for any occasion—every occasion—
and just for the
fun of it" . . . can
be had at BRE
WOOD'8, you
know. Birthday
Cards, Anniversary
Cards, Easter
Carda, Holiday
Cards . . . cards
for every member
of the family . . . <Bft€«MDD
cards for your host
of friends. Serious cards . . . Joy
ful cards . . . amusing cards . . .
sentimental cards. And if you
seek a definite card to express a
definite thought—and you've look
ed and looked for it—you can b·
sure BREWOOD'8 have it. They've
an amaalnt and exciting collection.
•is twelfth err.
• · · A ... if you take your
cue *rom Paris cablet! And what
a break for you young things! For
the man-tailored suit
is the moat enchant
ing contract in the
world—for your eye»
and crop of curls, too.
8-0-0! If you're bent
on making a big im
pression . . . drop by
CES . . . and slip a
man-tailored suit onto __ mj|_.
your young slimness.
A thousand words couldn't speak
as eloquently as one "try-on." 80
when? Tweeds of fabulous soft
ness—with matching or contrast
ing skirts. Cape suits. Formal
and Informal suits. Prices begin
at $15.95. At 1315 CONN. AVE.
... rtoooD TIME'
when you make it an evening cf
note at the gay CLUB Η ΑΒΑΝΑ.
Smart folks trek
club-ward each
evening for dinner,
relaxation and en
joyment. They
dance to Moe
Baers scintillating
dance rhythms...
η e a t h twinkling
stars, moving
clouds, and "be
lieve it or not"
palm trees. It's only s st#p from
March winds to the warmth and
glamour of a transplanted bit of
Cuba. Delectable food . . . fault
less service . and suave dance
music. Daily table d'Hote dinners
.. .91 and 91.50. On your mark—
sft—go! 1118 CONN. AVE.
NAT. 2221 for reservations.
" TVow K 'im TIME l or
• aU fastidious folk to
comeeto ttoe Aid of t&Mr mrd
rcbes." And you'll bare no more
collections of "odd
skirts or coats ο
trousers if you tali
the ruined gar
ments to tht
for invisible re
pair». The "IN
method they use— STELOf
for mending snags.
cigarette burns, moth boles, et
cetera . . . works invisible wonders
on silki. woolens and fine linens.
And the prices are the most rea
sonable in town. «13 TWELFTH
-.ci op COLORS" ... is
SCHOOL. Children love bright
colors. So does
Felix Ma h or V ^ \
Which explain» ( ν > I
why he leta the
children in the Wy
splendid Chil
dren's Saturday
Morning Classes Ww
•-t; β3?15ΞίΜ« MeKony'i
with the vivid
tropical colors
that they adore. You really must
see the exhibits of their work . . .
to appreciate how skillfully Felix
Mahony "brings out the artist" in
them. You'll be amazed! Enroll
your child for the rest of the sea
son. Only (5 a month. And sup
plies cost but S6 for the entire year.
NAT. 2 666.
« Γ)Η, IT IS." It is a glorious
* * ' thing—to get a new
Spring coat. Washington — raw
one moment and balmy the next—
is a city that hss ^ (%.
to be handled
with kid gloves MA
and topcoats. ISi»
This Spring. XTW
Helene thinks SAXIkl
you're going to
like for
your coats have
a chance to be J *
as individual as
you please. SAKS is showing coats
—many un furred coats—but also
lavish and unusual uses of fur
when you find it. Fox in the subtle
new tones that harmonize with the
color of your coat—twisted and
looped as if m oner were no object.
If money isn't ar. object, you can
wear a coat collared with Silver
Fox or Sables—smarter than ever—
from SAKS, 610 TWELFTH ST.
• · · ^ WARD TURN!" But
paradoxically ... the net result la
utterly feminine and adorable . ..
a perfect setting
for tnsouc i a η t
Spring bonneta
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