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Social Notes
Of Nearby
Mrs. Gantz Hostess
'At Shower in
(Continued From Page B-3.)
Mr*. George Ramsey Bready and Mrs.
E. Barbour Hutchison. Hign scores
were made by Mrs. Dawson and Mrs.
Mrs. Ruth Keyes of Herndon, Va.,
Is the guest this week of her brother
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Brown of Washington, D. C. Mrs.
Keyes was the guest over the week
end of her son, Mr. William Keyes, a
itudent of Randolph-Macon College.
Mrs. Elsie A. Davis, Fairfax County
(supervisor of elementary education,
has returned to Fairfax from Rich
mond. where she attended meetings
of the Virginia Education Association,
and from Aberdeen, Md., where she
visited relatives. Mr. James Davis,
who spent the Thanksgiving holidays
with his mother, has returned to Char
lottesville, where he is a student at
the University of Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Amick have re
turned to their home in Spartanburg,
S. C., after a visit to their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
White, in Oakton, near Fairfax, Va.
Miss Mdry Louise Blake has returned
to school at Overlea, Md., after spend
ing the holidays in Silver Spring, Md.,
with her grandmother, Mrs. William
A. Turton.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Bums and their
*ons, Robert and Edward Bums, have
returned to their home in Wynnewood
Park, Md., from Philadelphia, Pa„
where they attends the Army-Navy
game Saturday. They were accom
panied by Mr. Robert Zott of Wash
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spanagel enter
tained at dinner Sunday at their home
in Wynnewood Park. Md., for Mr. and
Mrs. Lester H. Duquette and Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Jillson of Washington.
Woman’s Auxiliary
Plans Dinner.
The Woman’s Auxiliary of St. An
drew’s Episcopal Church at New
Hampshire avenue and V street N.W.
is arranging a turkey dinner, Thurs
day, December 9. from 5 to 7:30
o’clock. Mrs. Alfred J. Wilder is
chairman, assisted by Mrs. Cockrel
and Miss Minnie Low.
Mrs. William H. Carter will have
charge of the white elephant table
and there will be a grab bag. Miss
Minnie Volkman is chairman of the
candy table.
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expected to return to Washington to
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Compton en
tertained at dinner Tuesday evening
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Ottinger of New York, who are spend
ing a few days at the Mayflower.
Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Vallerino have
as their guests in their apartment at
the Wardman Park Hotel at the pres
ent time Mr. and Mrs. George F.
Noney of Panama. Mr. and Mrs.
Noney arrived in Washington on
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd O. Hagie and
their children of Yakima, Wash.,
have come to Washington to spend
the winter and have taken an apart
ment at the Roosevelt Hotel.
Cinema Guild
Sponsors Swell
“Pleasure Fund.”
rPHE "Pleasure Fund” of the Junior
x Cinema Guild is being Increased
by the generous contributions of many
sponsors of the guild. The pleasure
[ fund is designed to make it possible
for the less fortunate boys and girls of
Washington to attend the Saturday
morning motion picture programs.
The first program will be given Satur
day morning at 10:30 o'clock in the
Rialto Theater when “Stormy” will
be shown. In ddition the Civic
Sponsoring Committee of the theater
will invite a number of children from
local orphanages to attend this opening
show, and the Boys’ Club of the
Metropolitan Polioe Department will
be special guests, and the Boys’ Har
monica Band and Glee Club will give
a 10-minute program at 10:20 o’clock.
Mrs. Christian Heurich, Mrs. Ban
croft Davis, Mrs. William Leiferson,
Mrs. Russell Burchard, Mrs. Grace
Lowry and Miss Edith Hayden are
among those interested in the success
of this new project. New sponsors
Include Miss Sibyl Baker of the Play
ground Department, Miss J. Elizabeth
Dyer of the visual education depart
ment of the public schools, Miss Edith
Coulson of the Council of Social
Agencies and Maj. Ernest W. Brown,
superintendent of Metropolitan Police.
One of the features of the program
Saturday is the opportunity to boys
and girls as well as parents, to vote
for their favorite pictures in the lists
provided by the Junior Cinema Guild
and to suggest other feature pictures
to be presented at later programs.
Pictures will be shown by the guild
each Saturday morning except those
on which are scheduled students’
concerts of the National Symphony
Orchestra and plays arranged by the
Children’s Theater Guild. •
Subscription tickets may be had at
the office of the Cinema Guild at 1734
F street and single event tickets may
be had at the Rialto each Saturday
Miss Soaper Engaged
To Mr. Caffery.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner Soaper
of Harrodsburg, Ky., announce the
engagement of their daughter, Phoebe,
to Mr. John Murphy Caflery, jr„ son
of Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy Caffery
of Franklin, La. ■
Miss Soaper attended Gunston Hall
and has been a frequent visitor at the
home of her uncle and aunt, former
Senator and Mrs. A. Owsley Stanley,
in Georgetown.
Mr. Caflery is the nephew of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry H. Glassie of Chevy
Chase and is employed by the National
Bituminous Coal Commission.
Fosters Hosts.
Col. and Mrs. Hart G. Foster will
entertain at tea tomorrow afternoon
from 4 until 7 o’clock at their house,
357 North Glebe road, into which they
moved a few months ago. Their great
friend, Mr. Walter Willcox, who spent
some time last year in the West, will
have some of the pictures which he
took on his trip on view that after
noon. Later he will exhibit these pic
tures to the public.
Wrenches Guests
At Dinner.
Sir Evelyn and Lady Wrench will
be the guests of honor at a dinner
which will be given tomorrow night
at the Willard Hotel by the members
of the English-Speaking Union, Wash
ington branch.
At the speakers* table will be the
Minister of Canada and Lady Marler,
the Minister of the Union of South
Africa and Mrs. Close, the Counselor
of the British Embassy and Mrs. Mal
let, the former United States Ambas
sador to the Court of St. James and
Mrs. Alanson B. Houghton, MaJ. Oen.
and Mrs. Allen W. OuUlon, Mr. Lynch
Luquer and Dr. C. O. Abbot.
Among others who will entertain
guests are Mr. and Mrs. Leander Mc
Cormick-Goodhart, Dr. and Mrs.
Charles A. Richmond, Mr. and Mrs.
E. N. R. Trentham, Mr. and Mrs.
Jenning W. Price, Mrs. James Oliver
Murdock, Mr. Frederic WilUam Wile,
Mrs. John W. Meehan, Capt. and Mrs.
Chester WelU, Mrs. Kathrlne Bowman,
Miss Mary Johnston, Mrs. Edward B.
Meigs, Mrs. Huran Lawson, Mrs. W.
Wilbur Hubbard, Admiral and Mrs.
WUliam Hemphill Bell, Capt. and
Mrs. Chester Wells, Mrs. Wallace Chls
well, Mr. and Mrs. Wade EUU, Mrs.
John Kee. Miss Julia Hunt, Col. a
Rutherford, Mrs. R. Hyde, Mrs. Ten
Eyck Burr and Mr. and Mrs. Metcalf
Two-Day Sale Held
At Parish House.
St. Margaret's Parish House on Con
necticut avenue and Bancroft street
will be the scene of the annual bazaar
and turkey dinner this afternoon and
evening and again tomorrow. Mrs.
Harry R. Fulton, executive secretary,
will assUt the rector, Dr. Herbert Scott
Smith, and hU sister, Miss Caroline F.
Smith, in receiving the guests.
Mrs. J. A. Gaston U in charge of
tickets. MUs Cornelia Crans wlU be
in charge of the receipts from the
dinner, which Mrs. Cassie Cox and her
circle wlU serve. This circle U headed
by Mrs. Donald MacLeod.
Miss ChrUtine Groncke will have
charge of the young people who will
act as ushers, waitresses and waiters.
Mrs. Joseph S. Wall and her circle
will have games for the children and
coat checking and fortune telling will
add to the usefulness of her booth.
Miss Caroline F. Smith, with her
circle, will have a sale or gifts which
have been carefully selected. Mrs.
Aaron Newman and the members of
her circle wiU have useful gifts for
Garber Galleries
Art and practical objects
suitable fbr well-chosen sifts
1 In antique and reproduced
a occasional tables. chairs.
§ porcelains, palntlnss. etc.
Antique and semi-antique
I Oriental Russ and Carpets.
1210 Eighteenth St.
j at Conn. Are.
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sale. Mrs. Willoughby fl. Chesley and
the members of her circle will have
delicious homemade Jellies and con
serves of all kinds as well as a table of
The bazaar and dinner is the out
standing social event of St. Margaret's
Kenmore Tea Honors
Mrs. Robinson.
The tea, to be held Saturday aft
ernoon from 3 to 6 at Kenmore, home
of Betty Washington Lewis, in Fred
ericksburg, Va., will be given in honor
of Mrs. Bessie Forbes Robinson of
Fall Hill, who has just*returned from
Stockholm, Sweden, where she has
been visiting her daughter and son-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Franklin, who
are in the consulate service.
Mrs. Robinson has been abroad 18
months. The first part of her visit
was spent in Barcelona, Spain, where
Mr. Franklin was consul and did out
standing work in evacuating the Amer
ican colony. Later they went to Italy.
It is hoped that Mrs. Robinson’s many
friends in Richmond and other nearby
places will call during the afternoon.
Mrs. John Wallace and Mrs. Michael
Wallace will be hostesses, assisted by
Miss Margaret Wallace and four young
ladies from the State Teachers College.
Educational and Recreational
Groups to Meet Tomorrow.
The third of a series of Joint meet
ings by local educational and rec
reational groups will be held at 9:45
a.m. tomorrow at the Public Health
Service auditorium.
Speakers will be Bernice Calvert,
assistant director of women’s projects
of the District Works Progress Ad
ministration, and C. O. Lewis, director
of summer and night schools of the
public school system.
Births exceeded deaths by 98,000 in
Germany in the first three months of
Lorge Full
Assort- Tapestry
ment of \ Yor"»
Tapestries ftor, Y.our
—^ Selection
Instruction Free
827-829 11th St. N.W.
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T* Goods Store for wk
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45 you wish to spend. We
91 are presenting for the
AT Holiday Showing a stock T*
fl more complete than ever
^ with smart, new merchan- ft
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Tj| £<>cA gift appropriately boxed Wk
A Sale at an opportune time to pur
chase at your own price from a rate
able collection of
Unusual Sterling items include six
Piece Repousse and Hand Chased Tea
Sets. Three Piece Antlaue Tea Set by
Bailey Philadelphia.
Very fine selection of Bowls. Plates,
Dishes. Centerpieces. Candlesticks, Plat
Ware and other Innumerable pieces by
well-known craftsmen.
Several fine diamond pieces, also
smaller Diamonds and other modern
and antique jewelry and watches. Two
Antique Grandfather Clocks.
December 4th and December 5th
915 E St. N.W.
Catalogue Sale of Same
By Auction
' December 6th. 7th and 8th.
At 10 A.M. and a P.M. each day.
This tale consists largely of items for
merly pledged, title having been ob
tained by legal sale, and now sold to
reimburse present owner. Ottering on
unusual opportunity to secure substan.
tial gifts for the coming holiday sea
ton at tremendous savings.
“It Cotts No Mart jo*Sfarnttr *
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Prime N. Y. Beef, the Fineet Obtainable
Rib Roast-ib- 43c
Sirloin Steak.ib 49c
Frying Chickens - °£°J" >b 39c
Turkeys -°s2r »>• 39c
Legs of Young Lamb. _ »>• 29c
Puritan Smoked Hams -lb 25c
Large Iceberg imported
Lettuce_»___10c CV Sauternes—hot. 99c
Celery Hearts_10c m.m the]CM«
Inepeet Oar Stock of Fine Wine* and Champagnet.
Special Pricee in Cate Lott
Prompt DeliveryCleveland 4400
Friday and Saturday ONLY
A large New York manu
facturer closes out entire stock
of fur coats.
All beautifully styled. Many
sample coats in the lot.
All Sizes.
2-year guarantee on linings.
Everyone cars be suited.
We offer the above stock at
these sensational values.
35 Caracul Coats. _$125.00 now $^0.50
50 Blocked Lapin _ 89.50 now $CQ.50
f(Dyed Coney) 99
50 Beaver _ 89.50 *»<*" 5 C0.50
(Dyed Coney) 99
30 Seal _ 89.50 »•" $CA.50
(Dyed Coney) 99
100 Sealine Mulf Bags 5.95 $2'95
Also large assortment of higher-priced coats. Come
in and convince yourself.
3004 14th St. N.W. Col. 0619
14th St. at Columbia Road
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Miss Helen Hope
Engaged to Wed.
The former Asa is tent Secretary-«f
the Treasury and Mrs. Walter Swing
Hope announce the engagement of
their daughter, Helen Talcott, to Mr.
David Edward Austen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Austen of Charlottesville,
Miss Hope, who attended the Ethel
Walker School, was graduated from
Vassar College in 1938 and is a mem
ber of Phi Beta Kappa. Mr. Hope
is president of the University Club
and a trustee of Princeton University.
The bride-elect made her debut at a
supper dance in December, 1931, and
is a member of the Junior League.
She is a descendant of John Talcott
and Thomas Hooker, who were among
the early Governors of Connecticut.
Miss Marian Talcott Hope is her
Mr. Austen attended Hill School and
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was graduated from Yale University
In 1931, where he was a member of
Delta Kappa Epsilon and Skull and
Bones. He was graduated from
Harvard Law School in 1934.
Estate Left Husband.
ROCKVILLE, ud., Dee. 3 (Spe
cial)-—David B. Oottwals, husband
of the testatrix, Is the sole bene
ficiary under the will of Mrs. Edith
H. Oottwalls of Woodside, which has
been admitted to probate In the Or
phans’ Court here. He Is also named
exeoutor. The value of the estate is
not Indicated.
A very chic group of tailored and
spectator sports dresses.
Regularly 13.95 to 19.95
A group of afternoon and street
dresses in crepe, jnatalasse crepe and
velvet; some glamorously trimmed In
Regularly 29.95 to 35.00
Dress Salon—2nd floor
Jean Matou
__coemcncuT aviwub at m
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we announce
women's, misses' and juniors'
for doytime (including cloth dresses) afternoon and evening
both with and without fur
MOST 8.75, SOME 10.75
Carlton Footwear
6.90 •
Not entire stock but a marvelous collection ’
of day and afternoon styles. Mostly suedes
and suede combinations, some in calf. Black,
brown and other colors.
Laird, Schobers
All black, brown and other colored suede
styles in exclusive models for every daytime
occasion. The selection is excellent but
quantities are limited, so this opportunity
can only last a very short while.
Exclusively at 1207 F
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■apple m »ilk in a
■winging “boxy” style
that gives you this most
youthful eoat at this low
price... ’79“
Mtwy Olktr Brmtiful Slyltt
1235 G St. N.W. NA. 5628
Known for 10 Yoon Of
foraorly of S09 11th St. N.W
I** aS°F sired. ■
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