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And Virginia In the News tyTrs. Bracket Back From Visit in West. Mrs. william e. bracket has returned alter a lew weeks spent in lama Linda, Calif., the guest of her sister And brother-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Zlrkle, and she also visited another sister and brother-ln-lay, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitney In Glehdale and her nephew. Dr. Floyd Neff, and Mrs. Neff in Compton. Later she ac companied Dr. and Mrs. Zlrkle to the Yosemlte and San Francisco after which she returned to the East via the Yellowstone and the Black Hills. Rev. A. V. Olson of Berne, Switzer land, visited Dr. and Mrs. M. Elsworth Olsen at their home In Takoma Park as he was returning to his home after a trip to California. Dr. and Mrs. Maynard Bourdeau j have arrived at the Washington Sani tarium, where Dr. Bourdeau will in tern during the coming year. They came from Los Angeles, Calif., where Dr. Bourdeau has Just completed his work at the College of Medical Evan gelists, driving through via Salt Lake City and they also went to St. Cloud, Minn., where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Guy, relatives or Mrs. Bourdeau. Dr. Owen S Parrett, medical di rector of the Washington Sanitarium, «nd Mrs. Parrett with their son and daughter, Mr. Vernon Parrett and Miss Marjorie Jean, have returned to Takoma Park after an absence of two months spent in California. On their return they were accom panied by their son and daughter-in law, Dr. and Mrs. Virgil Parrett, and their tiny daughter Cora Darlene. Dr. Parrett will Intern at the Washington tSenltarium this year, having com pleted his rour^ at the College of Medical Evangelists In Los Angeles this year. Mrs. 8 Y. Robbins has arrived in McLean, Va., from Clewiston, Fla., and trill spend the Summer with her son in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nordlle. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bearsley of Clewiston, who have been staying in Chicago, are also guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nordlle en route to their home. Mr and Mrs. Richard O. Stone of Bpartansburg, S. C., and Baltimore, Md., returned yesterday to the latter place after a short visit with Mrs. Btone’s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ond Mrs. Walter Tanslll Oliver, jr„ in Fairfax. Va. They were accom panied home by Mrs. Oliver, who will Visit them for a week. Mr. and Mrs. W. Glenn Bixler of Aurora Hills, Va., accompanied by Ctejr daughters Margaret and Louise And Mr. Blxler’s mother, Mrs. Sadie |iixler of Washington have gone to Astoria, 111., to visit Mr. and Mrs. George Danner, and from there will motor to St. Louis for a brief visit, and pn their way home stop at Chicago, 4 Akron, Ohio, and Elkhart, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dyer of Aurora Kills have as a house guest the latter's ’brother, Mr. Fred Wiberg of Chicago. Who made the trip by plane. Last Week he attended the reunion of the Second Division in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Allen F. Stevens of Lyon Park, Va., have left for a three weeks' vacation in the Adirondack*. They made the trip by motor car, and Will go to Canada before their return home. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Thompson bf Lyon Park are spending this month on a motor tour along the Eastern boast of Maine. Mrs. H. C. Haughton will arrive to iBnorrow from New York for a visit with >er mother, Mrs. Blanche Morgan Foote, at her home on South Seventh ■treet in Arlington, Va. Mrs. Haughton landed in New York Bunday night aboard the Brlttantca, After an extended trip to Spain, Por tugal and London. While in ' New jYork she was the guest of her aunt, Miss Frances Utman. She will be Joined later in the Summer by Mr. Haughton. The superintendent of Arlington County Schools and Mrs. Fletcher T. Kemp and their son, Robert Kemp, went Saturday to Ocean Grove, N. J., lor a two-week stay. .-*--- • Weddings v _______________ (Continued From Third Page.) Altar by her brother, Mr. Thomas G. Oyster, was attired in a white satin gown made on princess lines and she wore a tulle veil. She carried a bouquet of white rosebuds. Miss Anne Davis was the bride’s enly attendant. She wore a white taffeta dress and a bandeau of pale blue delphinium in her hair, and tarried a bouquet of pale pink rose buds and blue delphinium. Mr. James McTigue acted as best Inait for Mr. Dorsey. Mr. Dorsey is from Rochester. N. Y., he is a graduate of the University of Alabama and is a student of the Georgetown Law School. A reception and supper after the teremony was held in the apartment of Mr. and Mrs. John Murray. After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey will reside In Washington. Miss Walton Hostess In Woodstock, Va. Member* of the Washington Alum nae, Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority, were guests of Miss Mabel Lee Walton, the national president of Tri-Sigma, at a luncheon Saturday at her resi dence In Woodstock, Va. Among the Washington guests were Mrs. Sallie Bayley, Mrs. Doris Lefevre, Mrs. Dale Baumann, Mrs. Evelyn Car son, Miss Elizabeth McNeill, Miss Bar bara Hoffman, Miss Martha Russell, Miss Mildred Sandison, Miss Gertrude McRae and Miss Sellers. Invitations Issued For Wedding of Miss Nancy Brice Invitations have been issued by Mr. and Mrs. Norman Earle Brice of Mill burn, N. J., for the marriage of their daughter, Nancy Tllghman, to Mr. Denzel Everett Davis, son of Mrs. E. Dudley Northam of Baltimore, which will take place Saturday, August 1, at the Church of the Ascension and Prince of Peace In Baltimore, Md. The Rev. Robert Browning, rector of the church, will officiate. Miss Mary Elizabeth Brioe will be her •la ter'* maid ef honor and only at tendant. Mr. Joel Hutton of Baltimore will be beet man. The ushers will be Mr. Edward H. D. Gibbs of Hyatt* vllle, Md„ and Mr. Norman Evans Prince of Washington, D. C. Immediately after the ceremony a reception will be held at the Southern Hotel in Bal timore for members of the families and close friends. Miss Brioe is a graduate of the Mew Jersey schools and attended the Uni versity of Maryland at College Park. She to a member of Kappa Delta So rority. Mr. Davto graduated from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and the Univer sity of Maryland, class of 1935. He to a member of Phi Delta Theta and Omlcron Delta Kappa Fraternities and was president of both fraternities while in college. He to associated with the Chase Brass St Copper Co. of Baltimore. Miss Brice has returned to her home In Mlllbufn, N. J„ after visiting Miss Margaret Wilson of Baltimore. Miss Wilson entertained at a surprise mis cellaneous shower for the bride-elect w on Wednesday. The guests were Kap pa Deltas from Washington and Bal timore. Miss Foster Honored By Bridesmaids Miss Charlotte Foster, whose mar riage to Mr. Frederick Davis will take place tomorrow, was the honor guest at a bridge luncheon given Saturday at the Rlxey Mansions Tes House, by her bridesmaids, Miss Frances Hallo way of Port Royal, Va., and Miss Pranoes Thompson of Arlington, Vs. Among those present were Miss Jane Soegmuller, Mrs. Louisa Burns. Miss Ellse Buckman, Mrs. Cariotta Weaver, Mrs. Margaret Clabaugh, Miss Eleanor Orunwell, Miss Anne Baptist, Mrs. Thelma Van Doren, and Miss Cath* erlne Rohrer. Mrs. Harold Pease Honored at Lunch Mrs. Harold T. Pease was enter* t&lned at luncheon Saturday by a group of her friends on the roof of the Washington Hotel in honor of her recent marriage. Mrs. Pease is the daughter of Mr. Chatham M. Tower*, collector of taxes. Her wedding took place In June In Boston. Don’t Cut Corns Shed Them Off You should never cut corns! I-Z Korn Remover softens hardest and most troublesome corns. 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Half-Price Sale—Only 30 Sets SILVER-PLATED TABLEWARE Made by the Inter• 6GfS national Silver Co. H H Regularly 126.25 M # B # W —Thirty-six pieces of beauti ful Stratford silver plate in the Cotillion pattern—a serv ice for six—packed in a tarn ish-proof chest. It is made by International Sliver Company —makers of Holfnes It Edward Inlaid Silver, and Is yours for half the regular price. Each set Includes: • f N. H. Stainless Steel Dinner or Viand* Knives • 4 Dinner Forks • < Seas Spoons • 4 Salad Forks • 12 Too spoon i Convenient Terms if You Wish Small Monthly Payments— Small Carrytag Chars* v Kann'i—Street pad Third Floor*. s ' COOL SHEER SHORT Pajamas for Men U9 $ Regularly $1.65 . —Cool because they’re light in weight. Comfortable because they’ve short sleeves and short legs. The popular middy style, in sizes A, B, C, O. —Also at $1.19, long-sleeve pa jamas of sheer, light-weight fabrics in attractive patterns. Notch collar and middy styles. 8izes A, B, C, D. 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