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In Chevy Chase Mr. and Mrs. Bakers Are Hosts; Mrs. Oliver and Mrs. Culver At Home This Afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baker, jr., were hosts at a supper party, followed by bridge, last evening for Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. Ballou, Dr. and Mrs. Cylde M. Huber, Mr. and Mrs. Howard SafTord, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodward, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson J. Cantrell and Mr. and Mrs. James Merritt. Mrs. Fred Nash Oliver, assisted by Mrs. Cyrus Whitney Culver, will be at home to the Washington Canadian Society this afternoon at her home, 4 Laurel Parkway, Chevy Chase, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Jones were hosts at dinner Friday evening In honor of Mr. and Mrs. James Twohy of San Francisco. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Preston Delano, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frizzell and Mr. John Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Woodson were hosts at dinner Friday evening at the Columbia Country Club in honor of Mrs. Theodore Holland and Mrs. J. M. Harrell of Tenasly, N. J„ who are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Roger Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Knowles have returned from their wedding trip to Guatemala and are the guests of Mrs. Knowles’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Boone Williams. Mrs. Knowles was formerly Miss Helen Harriett Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Joerissen Return Home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Joerissen have returned from two weeks in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. Mrs. Oscar W. Dietz of Danville, Pa., is the guest of her brother-in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred erick I. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Fenner Powell and their daughter, Miss Virginia Powell, have returned from St. Petersburg, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Reed have as their guest Mrs. Reed’s sister, Miss Mary Schreck of Au burn, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Albert May have returned from a two weeks’ va cation in Miami Beach and Daytona Beach. Dr. and Mrs. Willian Blum have as their house guests Mrs. Morris Studenmund of Philadelphia and Mr. John Cassell of New York. Miss Edna Walker of Oakland, Me., is the house guest of her aunt, Mrs. Edward C. Sasser, for several weeks en route from Sarasota, Fla., where she spent the winter. Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Schoening have as their house guest Miss Florence Aiken of Washington Grove, Md. Dr. and Mrs. Schoenlng were hosts at a supper party last evening In their home, in compliment to Miss Aiken. The guests were Miss Margaret Reber, Miss Grace Darby, Miss Lois Davis, Miss Betty Brad ley, Miss Anne Young, Mr. Walter Magruder, Mr. Clyde Magruder, Mr. John Blood, Mr. William Reber, Mr. Donald Blood, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hershy and Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Aiken. Mrs. Warren G. Pierce of Fair haven. Mass., is the house guest of Mrs. Fred Woodis. Mrs. Harrison Returns From South Carolina. Mrs. Lloyd Harrison has returned to her home from a month's stay in Allendale, S. C., as the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy A. Stonev. Mrs. Albert M. Dietrich enter tained at a bridge luncheon yester day in honor of the birthday an niversary of her mother, Mrs. Min nie Ide. Miss Anne Leathers and Miss Mary Conrad of Brighton, Mass., are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Bearce. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Robinson have as their house guests Mrs. Robin son's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John W. McLeod of Bal morhea, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon James of El Paso, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Howard have as their house guest Mrs. T. Griffith of Los Angeles, who enter tained at luncheon and fridge Wed nesday at the Columbia Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Moses and their family have returned from a visit to Mr. Moses’ parents in Knox ville, Tenn. They also visited Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Russell in Asheville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Steele Reading have motored to St. Petersburg, Fla., to spend two weeks. Miss Nancy Ellis and Miss Bar bara Ellis of Wilmington, Del., are the week end guests of Miss Barbara Cooke. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Tew are spending a week at Hot Springs, Va., as the guests of Mrs. George Torrence. Miss Joyce Grubbs of Warrenton, Va., is the week end guest of Miss Priscilla Wrightson. Mrs. Roger Gabriel, Miss Pris cilla Wrightson and Miss Alleen Wrightson entertained at a buffet supper party Friday evening, later taking their guests to the dance at the Sail Loft. ,The Misses Orme Are Hostesses Miss Kathryn Orme and Miss Ida Cherry Orme were hostesses at a cocktail party yesterday at their home in Chevy Chase in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weekley of Philippi, W. Va. Miss Kathryn Orme entertained at a linen shower Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Virginia Rose Wad dell, whose marriage to the hostess’ brother, Mr. Charles T. Orme, will take place June 24 at the home of the bride in Philippi. NAVY SHEER COSTUME FOR TOWN WEAR 35.00 diUoiiik. j. (hje-j. 1021 Conn. Avo. Mot. 8905 r—--— --—. Foreign Service School Prom Plans For Friday Evening Many prominent diplomats will at tend the annual prom of the George town University School of Foreign Service Friday evening in the ball room of the Shoreham Hotel. The prom this year is in honor of the 20th anniversary of the school, and Chairman Gerald Stack of the Prom Committee has extended invi tations to the President and Mrs. Roosevelt and the Secretary of State and Mrs. Cordell Hull. A reception will be held before the dancing, at which members of the diplomatic corps ana other honor guests will assist in receiving. Because the leading function of the school is the training of young men for service abroad in both a diplomatic and commercial charac ter, the prom is always made the oc casion to pay tribute to outstanding representatives of foreign govern ments in Washington. Dr..Thomas H. Healy, dean of the school, and Mrs. Healy, writh Dr. Edmund A. Walsh, S. J., the regent, head the list of faculty guests. The Prom Committee is composed of the presidents of the various classes assisted by several seniors. In addition to Mr. Stack, they are Messrs. Joseph Cruden, Michael Daly, John Griffin, James Hill, Alex Listoe, Thomas McKinley, Robert O'Connell, Edwin Schrader, Ralph Trisko, J. J. Jones, Boris del Monte and Robert Rossow, Jr. Many young women guests are attending from •nearby cities in the East and Del Courtney and his orchestra, who are soon to open an engagement at the New York World's fair, have been engaged for the music. Hunt Breakfast Given Yesterday at Sandy Spring SANDY SPRING, Md„ April 22 — Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Whitlock and Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Kirk, 4th, en- j tertained at a hunt breakfast this morning before the Grand National Point-to-Point Race. The guests were Representative and Mrs. Charles Hallock of Indiana. Rep resentative and Mrs. John Tolan of California. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gra ville, Mr. and Mrs. Addison Foster, Col. and Mrs. Paul Tombaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. For dyce Minnick, Mr. and Mrs. Nor man Neely and Mr. Leo Mullin, all of Washington; Dr. H. C. Byrd and Mrs. Marie Mount of the Univer sity of Maryland, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Bird of Sandy Spring, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wilson, jr., of Manor Park and Miss Betty Whitlock of Terre Haute. Ind. Mrs. Dawson Trundle of Ashton entertained Wednesday at a bridge luncheon. Mrs. J. W. Bird has returned to Glen Mary after visiting for the last three weeks in Knoxville, Tenn.; Atlanta and the University of Ala bama. She was accompanied home by her father, Dr. W. W. Skinner of Kensington, Md. Mr. Lindley D. Clark is attend ing the meeting of the Executive Committee of the Five Years Meet ing of Friends at Richmond. Ind. He was accompanied by his sister. Miss Abby M. Clark, who returned to her home in Carthage, Ind.. after spending the winter in Sandy Spring. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Metzger and their daughter, Gloria, of Ashton have returned home after making a survey of the various colleges in North and South Carolina. * MISS MARION S. MILLS, Whose engagement to Mr. John J. Tracy of Boston and Wash ington, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Tracy is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Mills. Miss Mills and Mr. Tracy will be married May 27 in St. Mary’s Catholic Church. —Underwood & Underwood Photo Miss Colliflower Sets Wedding Date Miss Gertrude Rita Colliflower, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ernest Colliflower, jr„ recently an nounced her engagement to Mr. Charles H. Walton of this city, has selected Saturday, May 13, as her wedding day. The ceremony will be performed by the Rev. Louis C. Albert in St. Gabriel's Church. Miss Colliflower will be attended by Miss Anna Marie Veith, maid of honor; her sister, Mrs. Frank H. Grimes, jr„ matron of honor; Miss Theresa McQuillan and Miss Clara Santmeyer, bridesmaids. Lit tle Nancy Santmeyer will be flower ■ girl. Mr. Walton’s best man will be the ’ brother of the bride-to-be. Mr. Joseph F. X. Colliflower. The ush ers Include Mr. John Holt Wat son, Mr. Thomas Santmeyer, Mr. I Frank H. Grimes, Jr., and Mr. Ralph V. O’Brien. Hospital Board Benefit Dance The card party and dance spon sored by the Ladies’ Board of Georgetown University Hospital will be held at the Willard Hotel Friday. The committee in charge of ar rangements consists of Mrs. L. A. Martel, president: Mrs. Arthur Mc Conville, Mrs. L. Bryson Norris, Mrs. William D. Leahy, Mrs. Raymond Kirchner, Mrs. W. E. Gannon and Mrs. William D. Willcoxon. The board will hold a meeting at the hospital tomorrow, at 2:30 o’clock, to complete the plans for the party. The officers for the coming year will be elected at this meeting. Service League Card Party The Service League of St. An drew’s Episcopal Church will hold its last card party of the season Tuesday evening, May 2, at the Chastleton Hotel. Chairmen of the committees are: Prizes, Miss Lottie Anderson; re freshments, Mrs. Alfred J. Wilder; candy table, Miss Louise Hoover; tickets and publicity, Miss Made leine Benton. IN I SWIM WITH fASHION A new Fabric tightly woven like the deep-sea fishing nets... so strong that it will wear and hold its shape like leather. "Sea Net" is cool as the briny deep, smart as an ocean cruise.... In tangy blue, wheat, white, wine and black, "Sea Net" is a definite spring shoe choice. [ "arch preservers > 10.75 I ! CARLTON SHOES [ 7.75 & 8.75 i ! SELBY STYL-EEZ ! 6.50 | DYNAMIC SHOES | 5.95 HAHN 1207 F • 7th & K • 3212 14th • 4483 Conn. Ayo. \ Bankers’ Convention Ladies’ Committee President Hilleary G. Hoskinson of the District of Columbia Bank ers’ Association has announced the following Ladies’ Committee for the 1939 convention of the Bankers’ As sociation to be held at Hot Springs, Va., June 8 to 11: Mrs. H. G. Hoskinson, chairman; Mrs. Ord Preston, vice chairman; Mrs. Willard G. Barker, Mrs. R. V. Fleming, Mrs. A. S. Gatley. Mrs. Thomas J. Groom, Mrs. T. Stanley Holland. Mrs. R. H. Lacey, Mrs. A. M. McLachlen, Mrs. A. Scott Offutt, Mrs. John A. Reilly and Mrs. Wil liam B. Willard. "Shooting pains" in legs? Check your shoes! A sharp pain at the knee or hip after iS5f..«52dlnf .or 5y'r-t»**tlon Is an indication of Insufficient support for *8* 5Ec„h .your Ifet■„ Don't neglect Uils danger sign. Our Famous Ground Gripper or Cantilever Health Shoe. are sclenttflcally fitted to prevent or *eetj, Hfre consultation, nothl 11 n *nd trlal fltUng cost STACH'S 521 llth St. N.W. '•We fit the Feet at Nature Intended” Concert' For Self-Help Exchange Finlandia Male Chorus to Sing Tuesday, May 2 Mrs. Roosevelt has'accepted the invitation to be a patroness for the concert to be given by the famed Finlandia Male Chorus at Consti tution Hall Tuesday evening, May 2, for the benefit of the Washington Self-Help Exchange. If she is in town she will entertain a group of friends in her box. since me organization oi me ex change. of which the Secretary of the Treasury, Mr. Henry Morgen thau, Jr., is honorary president. Mrs. Roosevelt has shown her interest in the work it is doing by visiting the work shops. Other patrons and patronesses for the concert include the Secretary of State and Mrs. Cordell Hull, Secre tary and Mrs. Morgenthau, Mrs. Charles Evans Hughes, Justice and Mrs. Harlan Fiske Stone, Justice and Mrs. Hugo Black, the Minister of Sweden and Mme. Bostrom, the Minister of Denmark and Mme. Wadsted, the Minister of Finland, Mr. Hjalmar J. Procope; Senator and Mrs. Key Pittman, Senator and Mrs. Arthur H. Vandenberg, Sen ator and Mrs. Warren R. Austin, Representative Edith Nourse Rogers, Representative and Mrs. Hamilton Fish, jr.; Representative and Mrs. Frank E. Hook, Representative and Mrs. Chester C. Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hanes, Gen. and Mrs. Ed win M. Watson, Surgeon General and Mrs. Thomas R. Parran, Mrs. Woodrow Wilson and Mrs. Chaun cey M. Depew. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Auch incloss, Mrs. Truxton Beale, Mr. and Mrs. F. Lammot Belln, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight F. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert V. Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. George Angus Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll Glover, jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Goldsmith, Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. James Lawrence Houghteling, Mr. and Mrs. Alanson B. Houghton, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hurja, Mrs. Frederiq A. Keep, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh V. Kei ser, Dr. and Mrs. Hans Kindler, Dr. William McClelian, Mr. and Mrs. George Hewitt Myers, Mr. and Mrs. L. Corrin Strong and Mrs. Lawrence Townsend/ Among the most recent of those who have taken boxes are Secretary and Mrs. Harold L. Ickes, Senator and Mrs. Lewis B. Schwellenbach, Senator and Mrs. Alexander Wiley, Representative and Mrs. Frank H. Buck, the Assistant Secretary of State and Mrs. Francis B. Sayre, the Counselor of the Italian Embassy and Signora Valeria Cosmelli, the Charge d’Affaires of the German r,moassy ana rrau inomson, me Counselor of the Colombian Embassy and Senora Dona de Samper-Ortega, Mrs. Cary T. Grayson, Mrs. Hennen Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. George Cabot Lodge, Mrs. Edwin T. Mere dith, Mr. Sidney Taliaferro and Mrs. Bruce Smith. The American tour of the Fin landia Chorus, which will open the Finnish pavilion at the New York World’s Fair two days after the Washington concert, is under the honorary sponsorship of the Minister of Denmark, Mr. Procope; Jean Si belius, noted Finnish composer; Walter Damrosch and Serge Kous sevitzky. Mr. Robert Woods Bliss is chair man of the local committee and Mrs^Hurja is co-chainnan. AUTOGRAPHS, PRINTS AND BOOKS BOUGHT JAMES F. MEEGAN, Inc. Bookiellert ant Imvorten 1201 Conn. At*. NA. 0040 0 Monday! / 't:° 50%*' 1 I ” ^«V. £*, j? Sch*duled t 85 t api>retiate tL>€ th°ughfaster canie f°r tffe ■ °»**£v;z «'* «1. ‘‘W/j, „*5es retrialL fr<>n> regui Seasott’s ■ Erlai -cher 1210 F St. N.W* Sultufi (Harftttrlul & (Eompanij * Introducing The New Air-Conditioned Antoine Custom Permanent Wave 1$ OUR ANTOINE de PARIS SALON “Curls in comfort” might well be the motto of this remarkable new process. At last, we can offer you an air-conditioned permanent wave which cools your scalp to room-temperature as it works. The U. S. Testing Company found that the Antoine Air-Conditioned Custom Permanent Wave with the Fischer Airfount is 40’ cooler than the average permanent. You’ll find it quicker and more even, too, because it eliminates the , use of the “blower.” Let our Antoine experts create your Spring-into-Summer coiffure with an Antoine Air-Conditioned Custom Permanent Wave, machine or machineless, priced at $15. Telephone National 7730 for Your Appointment F at Fourteenth OtinD THCTOU/n * TT CAN HAPPEN HERE!* • • • x And does! EMBASSY GOWNS can truthfully brag that not a single dress In stock Is more _ than 2 months and 14 [Sale (MUST days old. How come? Well — EMBASSY GOWNS didn’t open until February 10—so figure It out for your self. They’re having their “FIRST SALE'* of spring dresses, red ingotes, and some for mals —with “original —iimx Kea ai WUS-lHlKD OFF. Exquisite, young, spirited fashions—sizes 9 to 20. Coats and suits reduced for “Final Clear ance.’’ Hurry l 1103 CONN AVE. ' \\fHEN DAY IS DONE”... take time out for din ner or supper in "THE BLUE ROOM’’ at the HOTEL SHORE HAM. It’ll be a thrill from start to finish. You see, the S h o r eham's "ICE SHOW,’’ st a r ring Evelyn Chan dler — starts tomorrow eve- CHAD VIf A u ing. “Baraee” and his lads will play the skating songs for the entire show—as well as the Rhumbas, Tangos, Sambas —that you’ll dance to on the syn thetic ice floor. Go for dinner and stay through supper—without hav ing to pay a cover charge. Phone “Robert” for reservations—AD. 0700. »♦♦♦♦♦♦ " BACHELOR’S HEAVEN!” * * * Yes, bachelors who make headway with adamant young ladies .. . realise that being a good dancer assures popularity. They’re dally enrolling at LEROY THAY ER'S—to learn new steps In Ballroom danc ing. Many are LtretiZftautr merely adding Rhumba and Tango to their repertoire. Still others are forming "Individual Classes" with their favorite friends. Expert teachers, private instruction. 1215 CONN. AVE. MET. 4121. ♦♦♦♦♦♦ “ AT ARY, MARY. QUITE ’ ' CONTRARY—here's how yofir garden'll grow!” Or rather—your LAWN—if you use Scott’s Lawn Seed and Scott’s Turf Builder! A Scott lawn is pro duced with clean, weedfree, expertly blended seed ... a current feature with • GUDE'S, Scott’s Reg nilHP ular Mixture—1 lb., ! VJUU't 60c; 5 lbe, *2.75; 10 I lbs., *5.25. Scott’s Shade Mixture— 1 lb., 75c: 5 lbs., *3.50; 10 lbs.. *6.75. Turf Builder (grass food)— 10 lbs., *1.25; 50 lbs., *3.75; 100 lbs.. $6.50. Ask for a free subscription to "Lawn Care.” 1124 CONN. AVE. Phone DIS. 8450. ♦♦♦♦♦+ “ TT’S GOTTEN TO THE * * * POINT’ —where we’d 1 rather have rings under our eyes I than rings in our hose. With the shorter skirt menace already here—sheer unshadowed hose are more important than ever. And NORBUD has them for 69c a pair—as ringless as a dud date’s phone. NOR NORRUDbud cant mention Iiwnwwi/the brands—but not a pair in the place retails else where for less than $1.00—many sell for $1.35 pair. 1013 CONN. AVE. 1115 O ST.—and 6 other convenient shops. ♦♦♦♦♦♦ « r^OUNT AMONG LIFTS BLESSINGS." The blessings of this life are mainly lit tle things" . . . like the Creamed Chicken and W a ffles, Tender, Juicy Fried C h 1 c k e n. Sliding Steaks, Homemade breads, pas tries at THE PARROT. Go for luncheon or dinner—take the fam ily today for Sunday dinner—or meet there for tea. The Parrot Is famous for Its Southern chefman shlp. 20th and R STS. Phone NO. 8818. ♦♦♦♦♦♦< « TP WE MIGHT RUB * * * A ALADDIN’S LAMP’’... we’d Implore the far-famed genii... "Give us Beauty!’’ Aladdin’s lamp is a myth ... but the five wonder ful male halr stylists at HEAD’S . . . prove that the age of miracles Is 'W^ppw not yet put. Any . J, one of them will Head' create for you ' one of the new short summer hair cuts—that Is so euy to manage—and very similar to the much-talked-of “Baby Hairdo." Mr. and Mrs. Head—are each week adding new improve ments to their popular salons— HEAD’S OP CONN. AVE.—and HEAD’S OP P ST. The former salon bouts 1,300 square feet’ of space. The latter boasts 3,600 square feet of space . . . (this Is the largest downtown beauty salon, Helene believes). Together they combine almost 4,000 square feet devoted to feminine beauty—hair, skin, and so on. HEAD’S OP CONN. AVE. is already air-condi tioned. HEAD’S OP P ST. are In the process of being air-conditioned for your comfort. .. and this same spacious shop hu at your service— practically the entire staff of Jel Jeff’s Beauty Salon. Phone to morrow for an appointment. 1327 P ST. Phone REP. 3477-8. 1628 CONN. AVE. Phone DEC. 6811-2. Theatre Note. Two of tho most stirring dramatic ovonts of the cur rent season in New York were unanimously acknowledged to hove been Mo m r ice Evans' tri umphs in the full length ver sio n of "Ho mlet" and in the rarely pro d u c a d "Henry IV, Port 1. The crit ical and Maurice Evans po p u I a r e n t h u » i a i m greeting Mr. cvans novel inter pretation of a Hamlet of warm human qualities end his trans formation into that king of comics, Falstaff, hos been un pecendcnt in our time. In "Henry IV", the King Is represented as a considerably older mon than he was as Henry Bolingbroke in "Richard III". And in defiance of the pes simists who predicted that we've had our fill of Hamlet, Mr. Evans brings, tomorrow night, the full text of the play to the National Theatre . • . with the evening perform ance beginning at 7 o'clock and ending at 11:15. Not only has it proved a financial suc cess but Mr. Evans' perform I once and the entire production has been acclaimed the finest ( our generation has teen. L “ \VEEP NO MORE, MY * * * LADY” . . . really, there's no need to cry because you’ve burned a hole in your best woi—ui Bimggeu that good-look 1n g dress. SOU THERN STELOS will mend It Invisibly before you can say numpiesim- t 1. skin." Inweaving southern on silks, woolens STEWS and fine linens. 613 TWELFTH ST. “ ATTENTION!" Young * * * bank executives! De partment store buyers! Secretaries to Senators! In fact, any your.g business woman who doesn’t go to her office until 9 or 9:30 a.m. Take advan tage of the 8 o'c 1 o c k • Early Bird pun|l Exercise “WILt Class'—(or any of the 8 dai’ classes)—at the EMILE HEALTH CLUB. A six-week course co6U only $15. Not only will you lose weight where you need it most— , but the stimulating exercise and shower will make you alert, keen eyed and ever so much more valu able to your job. Other facilities— Turkish Baths. Colonic Irrigations, Massage—at special spring prices. Enroll tomorrow—call Anne T. Kelly, directress. 1221 CONN. AVE. Parking space available. Phone DIS. 3616—or MET. 6492. ♦♦♦♦♦♦ “ 'TOMORROWS YOUR * * * LUCKY DAY” ... if you attend the SALE at PHILLIP LOUISE!” There are four groups of spring dresses , . . .^IIP-LOU//-. many that \ % 1* you can wear right into summer reduced t o LESS THAN HALF PRICE. The sale orlces are *6.95—*8.95—$10.95—*12.95 ... formerly *14.95 to *25. There's a wide slae-range . . . from 12's to 46 *. And plenty of women's In the groups. P.8.—Every spring hat V* OFF. 1727 L 8T. Just a few steps from Conn. >♦♦♦♦♦♦ « rTAKE A TIP FROM A * • • A PORTER” ... or from Mr. Camalier (who Is. Helene, as sures you, a definite authority)—and plan your luggage wardrobe for your visits to the World’s Fairs. Mr. Camaller says: "A matched ensemble of 4 pieces Is all the luggage one „ neea* even * r_ L- .. two month*’ trip. Singly they can be used for what ever shorter trips you take. And I suggest—An overnight case, a • week-end case, a one-weeker, and a two-weeker. Buy It "piece by piece”—and be ready for your trips across the Continent. CAM ALEER AS BUCKLEY—1141 CONN. « piLEKN SCOTT has grow • * * lng pains. But gosh how she enjoys them.” Three years ago she opened her Health Studio. » Last year she was be selged by actually 100 girls who insisted she guide them In health, beauty and social graces. This year—In fact on May 1—she will open the EILEEN SCOTT FARM . . . out on the Chesa* EILEEN peake Bay—where women SCOTT suffering from Nervous FARM Exhaustion, Overweight or Underweight—can go for a week end, a week or a month. There'll be deep-sea fishing, swimming, boating—there’ll be massage treat ments, reducing baths, proper diet, invigorating exercises—under personal supervision. Five charm ing cottages—home-like facilities. For additional Information—call EILEEN SCOTT, Inc., at 1UI CONN. AVE. POT. 4STT.