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Gridiron
Club Drones
Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. Foote
Are Honor Guests
At Parties
Mr. Mark Foote, president of the
Gridiron Club, and Mrs. Foote were
honor guests at one of the spveral
delightful parties over the week end.
Hosts at the cocktail party for Mr.
and Mrs. Foote were the Gridiron
Drones, former active members of
the club.
Receiving with the guests of honor
were the Drones, who took turns in
greeting the arriving guests. Mrs.
Foote wore an afternoon dress of
black with a bodice of white lace,
and her gay flowered hat added
charm to the costume. Her corsage
was of gardenias.
Serving at the tea and coffee
table during the afternoon were
Mrs. George R. Holmes, Mrs. J.
Harry Cunningham. Mrs. Mark
Thistlethwaite, Mrs. H. W. Talburt,
Mrs. Ulric Bell, Mrs. Harold Bray
man. Mrs. John Callan O'Loughlin,
Mrs. Jay Hayden. Mrs. James L.
Wright. Mrs. Charles O. Gridlev.
Mrs. Ray Henle, Mrs. John Russell j
Young, wife of the new District
Commissioner: Mrs. Lewis Wood.
Mrs. Turner Catledge. Mrs. Bernard
Kilgore. Mrs. Edwin W. Gableman,
Mrs. Walker S. Buel, Mrs. J. C.
O'Brien, Mrs Walter Karip. Mrs.
Franklvn Waltman. jr.: Mrs. Charles
G. Ross. Mrs. Paul R. Leach and
Mrs. Lyle Wilson.
Presidential Candidates
Hear “Stunts” Repeated.
Presidential candidates, who were
among the guests at the annual i
spring dinner of the Gridiron Club
Saturday evening, were present yes
terday and saw the outstanding
“stunts” repeated. Senator and Mrs.
Arthur H. Vandenberg. the Adminis
trator of Social Security Agency
and Mrs. Paul V. McNutt. Mr.
Thomas E. Dewey and Mr. Frank E.
Gannett of New York were among
those who heard themselves “men
tioned” in the several skits, and
others in the large companv were
the Secretary of War and Mrs.
Harry H. Woodring, the Minister of
Finland and Mme. Procope, who
held a veritable reception of their
own: the Netherlands Minister and
Mme. Loudon. Senator Arthur Cap
per. Senator Stvles Bridges. Mrs
Burton K. Wheeler. Mrs. Bennett
Champ Clark. Reoresentative Edith
Notirse Rogers, Representative Joe
Martin, the Assistant Secretary of
the Treasury. Mr Herbert E. Gaston:
Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. former
United States Ambassador to Mexico
end Mrs. Henrv Prather Fletcher,
former Assistant Secretary of Com- i
merce and Mrs. William P Mac
Cracken. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hurja, i
Mrs. William Chapin Huntineton, i
Mrs. Thad Brown. Mr. and Mrs.
Jouett Shouse. former United States
Ambassador to Turkey, Mr. Robert
Skinner: Mrs. Jacob Leander Loose.
Mrs. John W. Davidge. Mrs. William
A. Morgan. Mrs. Ridley McLean,
Justice and Mrs. Pevton Gordon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardie Meakin. former
Attorney General. Mr. Homer S
Cummings: Mr. and Mrs. John
O'Donnell. Mr. and Mrs. Bulklev S
Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. John O. Her
rick. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Morris. Mr.
and Mrs. Duke Shoop. Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Harkness. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Suydam. former leader of the
United States Band. Capt. Taylor
Branson, and Mrs. Branson: Mr.
and Mrs. James Haley. Mrs. Edward
C. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mul
ligan. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Warner. Mr.
and Mrs. Byron Price. Miss Carolyn
Harmon of Boston, who came with
her sister. Miss Dudley Harmon,
whose guest she is in Washington:
Mrs. Ned Brunson Harris, Mr. Paul
McGahan, Mr. Earl Venable and
Mr. Kirk Simpson.
Randolph to Speak
At Breakfast
Representative Randolph of West
Virginia wrill be guest speaker of the
William Woodward Chapter, Colo
nial Dames XVII Century, at the
annual breakfast Thursday at noon
at the Mayflower Hotel. He has
been asked to discuss the rights of
members as citizens of the District
and of the United States.
Miss Rebecca Dial, daughter of
former Senator Dial of South Caro- j
lina, will give a brief talk on “An
cestry.” i
Miss Jean Dulin
Will Be Married
To Ensign Heston
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Dulin,
jr„ of Friendship Heights, Md..
announce the engagement of
their daughter. Miss Jean M. A.
Dulin, to Ensign Grant 8. Hes
ton, U. S. N„ formerly of Wash
ington and Cumberland, Md. En
sign Heston is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Newton Heston of
Cumberland, Md., formerly of
this city.
Miss Dulin attended Washing
ton schools and is a graduate of
the University of Maryland. She
is a member of Kappa Kappa
Gamma, of which she was pres
ident while attending the univer
sity. Ensign Heston was grad
uated from the United States
Naval Academy in the class of
1938. He is now stationed on the
U. 8. S. Phelps in Santiago,
Calif.
The wedding will take place in
the early summer. The an
nouncement of Miss Dulin’s en
gagement was made yesterday at
a tea given by her parents at
their home in Friendship Heights,
Md. Miss Dulin wore an after
noon dress of black and white
with a wrist corsage. As the
guests entered the living room
each was given an envelope to
which was tied wedding bells,
and it inclosed a card with the
names of Miss Dulin and Ensign
Heston.
Because of Ensign Heston's
connection with the Navy, the
Naval Academy colors, blue and
gold, were used to fill the silver
boat used as a centerpiece on
the tea table and in the other
flowers arranged throughout the
house.
Assisting at the tea table were
Mrs. R. Aubrey Bogley and Mrs.
Cyril Jones, Mrs. Lillian Pearce
and Mrs. Emory H. Bogley. who
alternated with Mrs. Sterling
Ruffin Maddox. Mrs. Samuel
Bogley, Miss Dorothy Jones and
Miss Mary Crockett.
Among the out-of-town guests
at the tea were the prospective
bridegroom’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Newton Heston, and Mr. and
Mrs. William G. Crockett and
Miss Mary Crockett of Richmond.
Va.; Lt. William Collins. U. S.
M. C.. of Quantico, Va.; Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Krauss and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Biggs of Baltimore,
Dr. and Mrs. Alex Paterson of
Towson, Md., and Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Ransberg of Westmins
ter, Md.; Mrs. Donald Doeller of
Baltimore and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Berry of New York.
Benefit Program
Of Folk Dances
The Lithuanian section of the
Baltic-American Society of Wash
ington will present Mr. Vytautas
Finadar Beliajus and his Chicago
Lithuanian group in a benefit pro
gram of folk dances in the Garden
Tea House of the Dodge Hotel
Thursday, April 25, at 8 o’clock. All
donations above the price of admis
sion will go toward the relief of war
refugees who were stranded in what
is now the Vilnius Province of Lith
uania.
The program will consist of color
ful folk dances of Lithuania, Latvia,
Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Norway
and Denmark and some of the cen
tral European countries. Mr. Beliajus
is an authority on the folklore of
many lands. The accompanist will
be Miss Helen Pechukaitis, a Chi
cago Conservatory of Music gradu
ate, who will also sing some Lith
uanian folk songs.
Reservations should be made by
April 23. Donations to the Vilnius
relief may be sent in at the same
time or given at the fVening per
formance. Checks may be made
payable to the society.
NOT ONLY Moth, Theft end Fire Protection, but Preser
vation from the deteriorating effect of Summer Heat and
Humidity, which only genuine COLD STORAGE provide*.
for the season and upward,
according to value, for a fur
coat in CERTIFIED cold storage
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Additional Patrons
For Hospital
Benefit Named
Mrs. Leon A. Martel, president of'
the Ladles’ Board of Peorgetown
University Hospital, yesterday an
nounced (i list of additional patrons
for the card party and dance which
the board is sponsoring Friday eve
ning at the Willard Hotel.
Proceeds will be used for the sup
port of the charitable work of the
hospital, instead of acquiring an
additional incubator, as previously
reported. The Ladies’ Board gave
the hospital its first incubator last
week and any additional gift of this
kind will come from others than
the board.
The card party will start at 8
o’clock and reservations point to a
large attendance. Many of the
Georgetown University students also
will Join the benefit patrons for the
dancing at 10 o’clock.
Among the additional patrons an
nounced were Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Montavon, Mr. and Mrs. Chapin
Bauman, Dr. J. F. Brazinsky, Dr.
G. J. Brilmyer, Dr. and Mrs. Leo
Donovan, Dr. and Mrs. H. R.
Downey, Dr. and Mrs. Harry F.
Davies, Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Eicken
laub, Mr. Edward Everitt, Mrs.
James A. Emery, Mr. and Mrs.
Gower, Dr. R. T. Holden, Jr.; Dr.
S. W. Hawken. Dr. and Mrs. H.
Hussey, Dr. F. P. Hannan, Dr. and
Mrs. J. D. Hird, Dr. and Mrs. Wil
liam P. Herbst, Dr. and Mrs. J. Bay
Jacobs, Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Keaveny
Dr. Thomas F. Keliher, Dr. and Mrs.
M. J. Kennedy, Dr. and Mrs. R. C.
Kirchner, Dr. and Mrs. Don Knowl
ton, Dr. and Mrs. T. F. Lowe, Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Lally, Dr. and
Mrs. R. M. Le Comte, Dr. and Mrs.
C. Leibell, Dr. and Mrs. E. Larkin
and Mr. and Mrs. William E. Leahy
Others include Dr. and Mrs. J. J
McCarthy, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mc
Conville, Dr. and Mrs. J. McHale,
Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Mclnerney, Dr.
and Mrs. L. A. Martel, Dr. and Mrs
J. J. Mundell, Dr. and Mrs. William
F. O’Donnell. Dr. and Mrs. G. K.
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shoe you've ever see*, so flu** "~
iMe it feels like wolking bare
foot. Vq»*B wont to live in it,
down to dark, seven days 0
week. In black, brown or blue i
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7th & K 3212 14th
14th & G
Nutting, Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Norris,
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Peabody, MaJ.
C. H. Rayens, U. S. A.; Dr. and Mrs.
F. Sanderson, Dr. and Mrs. H. H.
Strine, Dr. and Mrs. William F
Stanton, Dr. F. T. Sharpe, Dr. and
Mrs. J. Warner, Dr. and Mrs. W. 8.
Welburn, Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Whit
more, MaJ. Everett M. Yon, D. S. A.;
Dr. and Mrs. Wallace M. Yater and
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Zehner.
Dorothy Bowell
To Become Bride
Of Mr. Aulsbrook
Mr. and Mrs. Harold John Bowell
of New Westminister, British Co
lumbia, have announced the engage
ment of their daughter. Miss Doro
thy Josephine Bowell, to Mr. Knight
Guild Aulsbrook of this city and
Madison, N. J.
Miss Bowell is a niece of Mr.
Albert J. Bowell, city controller, and
granddaughter of the late Revt J. P.
Bowell, for many years bursar of Co
lumbian College, both of New West
minister. Her maternal grandfather
is Mr. James E. Trethewey, well
known Pacific Northwest lumber
operator. Miss Bowell attended
schools In New Westminister and
has been residing in Washington for
a few years.
Mr. Aulsbrook is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick G. Aulsbrook of
Madison, N. J., and St. Petersburg,
Fla. He is a graduate of Newark
Academy, Princeton University and
Harvard Law School. He formerly
was associated with the law firm
of Sullivan 6t Cromwell in New
York and Paris, France, and was
special review counsel for the Fed
eral Administrator of Public Works
and counsel to the National Re
sources Committee. For two years
he has been connected with the
United States Maritime Commission.
He makes his home in Washington
with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Richard Gasch, on R street.
No date has been set for the wed
ding.
K. C. Convention Set
By the Associated Press.
The Supreme Board of Directors
of the Knights of Columbus, meeting
here yesterday, voted to hold the
organization's 58th annual conven
tion at Indianapolis the week begin
ning August 18.
Swantons Return
To Capital After
Attending Wedding
Mr. Walter Irving 8wanton of
Washington, his daughter, Miss
Edith Swanton, and son, Mr. Walter
8. Swanton, returned today after
attending the wedding Saturday
afternoon at Orange, N. J„ of the
senior Mr. Swanton's daughter, Or.
Lucy A. Swanton, to Mr. Sheldon de
Forrest Clark, son of Mrs. Sheldon
P. Clark of Cleveland.
The Rev. Albert Dlephuis offi
ciated. The bride was escorted by
her father and Mr. Bronson P. Clark
of Cleveland was best man for his
brother. A reception in the church
followed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of the
late Lucy Ross Swanton, Washing
ton clubwoman, and is a descendant
of Emanuel Joseph Albo de Ber
nales, who fled Spain as an oppo
nent of the constitutional monarchy
sponsored by Napoleon.
Mr. Clark is descended from Lt.
William Clark, transferred by the
crown to Dorchester, Mass., in 1630,
and on his maternal side from Co
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Beginning Tomorrow and Continuing for Two Weeks . . .
STOCK READJUSTMENT SALE
HENDERSON
In order to better display the lovely Period furniture we carry, and to make room for our new
Summer furniture, we are reducing our stock of certain patterns, hence the following tempt
ing reductions. ..~ ~
Bedroom Groups *&***& up to y2
Suite illustrated: 8 lovely pieces in the French Pro
vincial style, mode of butternut.
Regularly $444, Now_
Dining Groups Reduced up to y3
Suite pictured: 10-piece Dining group, Sheraton de-« ^ j ^
sign, of genuine Honduras mahogany. $ yl
Regularly $364, Now_ £x%J
H apple whit* - bedroom
group of genuine O
hogany. 8 pieces. ¥ / r\\L
Regularly $537, Now
Sheraton bedroom
group of genuine mo-a/» ✓ t
hogony. 8 pieces. ¥ / §\/t
Regularly $396, Now A/lj I
Chinese Chippendale
suite of genuine ma
hogany. 10 pieces.
Rp|alerly $412, Now
Georgian suite of gen
uine mahogany. 10
pieces.
Refulerly $339, Now
Henderson’s
Custom-Made
Bedding Reduced
Raleigh Quality
#34.50 Box Spring
or Mattress
Now $31*75
Stafford Quality
#29.50 Box Spring
or Mattress
Now $25*75
Henderson Special
#24.50 Box Spring
or Mattress
Now $19*75
Sofas, Chairs, Tables, Lamps
Reduced as Much as y3
Sofa illustrated above: Duncan Phyfe de- ,
sign of genuine mahogany, separate white # ^ *4 /
down cushion. Covered in tapestry. t I I w\
Regularly 5174. Now..„ X XU
Lounge Type Solo, white down cushions. S 1 ||C
Regularly 5158, Now___ AUv
Bear in mind that the furni
ture offered is not “price
merchandise,” but is of Hen
derson's Superior Quality
. . . from sopie of the finest
factories in the country . . .
and that most of the designs
are Exclusive with us!
* COME EARLY—We Know You Will Wont to Share
in These Genuine Savings on Real Quality Furniture
Subject to Prior Sale—AO Sale* FinaU-Depoeit Wifl Hold for Future Delivery
Deferred Payments May Be Arranged
v a merore *» j
1108 G Street N.W.
lonial Gov. John Webster of Con
necticut.
Mrs. Clark took her college and
medical degrees at George Wash
ington University and now is resi
dent physician at Flower Fifth Ave
nue Hospital in New York City
Mr. Clark, who was graduated from
Antioch College, Li news editor of
the Financial Reporter.
George Washington
Glee Club Concert
Patrons Named
The concert of the George Wash
ington University Glee Club to be
held at the Willard Hotel May 10,
has enlisted the interest of promi
nent alumni and officials of the uni
versity. Patrons of the concert in
clude the university president and
Mrs. Cloyd Heck Marvin, the presi
dent of the Board of Trustees and
Mrs. Robert V. Fleming, Dr. Harry
C. Davis, secretary of the board,
and his sister, Miss Mollie E. Davis;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Baker, Mr.
and Mrs. John St. Clair Brookes. Jr.;
Senator and Mrs. Bennett Champ
Clark, Col. and Mrs. U. S. Grant, 3d;
Mr. J. Edgar Hoover, Mr. Theodore
W. Noyes, Dr. and Mrs. Luther H.
Reichelderfer, Mrs. Henry A. Strong,
Justice Alfred A. Wheat, Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd B. Wilson, Dr. Malcolm
G. Gibbs, Dr. and Mrs David L.
Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. Lester A.
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Robert P.
Smith.
Dr. Robert H Harmon, director of
the glee club, and Mrs. Harmon are
known to thousands of alumni for
their leadership in musical activities
at the university.
Slip Cover School
CABIN JOHN, Md„ April 15 (Spe
cial).—A slip cover school for mem
bers of homemakers’ clubs will be
held at the home of Mrs. C. H.
Godbold, Cabin John, tomorrow
Wednesday and Thursday. It will
be conducted by Miss Edythe M.
Turner, home demonstration agent
The school will be in session from
10 a.m. until 4 p.m. each day.
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LARGER WOMEN'S ♦ WOMEN S* MISSES’ * JUNIOR FASHIONS-^—=
THESE ARE IMPORTANT DAYS IN
KAPLOWITZ NEW-BUILDING
EVENT
; The “MUST” Sale of Sales
—because on or before April 30th, we MUST surrender
the building, 521 Thirteenth Street, to make way for
the erection of the new building. That makes it a
a store-wide event—for the entire stock “must’’ be
promptly disposed of—hence
Reductions up to 25%—
ii and, More!.
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Coats Suits Dresses Formal Wear
I
$5S Fur Trimmed Wardrobe Suits
Three-piece Suits, in the smart weaves
and trimmed with the popular furs.
REDUCED to
,
!
$22.95 Two-Piece Tailored Suits or Coats
Men's wear woolens, worsteds, tweeds ,
; —a grouping of ones of a kind, offer- S "I 1 Q S
ing choice of a variety of colors, and r \ I • ^
in assorted sizes. REDUCED to
i
$55 3-Pc. Fur Trimmed Wardrobe. Suits ;
Three-piece, in frne imported and do
mestic woolens. Ensembles in which u —
the coat may be worn separately. / fl Q S
Sizes 12 to 20. REDUCED to T £ V * ** J
Higher Priced Suits At Reductions— ~ “
25% and More!
$19.95 Classic Sports and Dress Coats
Domestic tweeds and solid color Shet- .
lands—single and double breasted C CT
reefer styles. Assorted colors. Sizes j •\J\J
12 to 20. REDUCED to
$29.95 Dressy Coats
Fine twills, serges and Sandroso type
wools. Fitted or box silhouettes. d f\ a q?
REDUCED to I M • y 3
Higher Priced Coats At Reductions—
. 25% and More!
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$9-95 to $22.95 Misses and Junior Dresses
For street, afternoon and sports wear, including our famous
two-piece casuals, sheer wools, French flannels, alpaca
; sheers, rayon and celanese Jerseys, printed silks, polka dot
silk rayons. One-piece, two-piece and jacket ensembles, j
Sizes 9 to 15 and 12 to 20.
REDUCED to $5.95 *° $10.00 j
Higher Priced Dresses At Reductions—25% and .More!
$14.95 to $17.95 Evening Gowns
Sheer marquisettes, filmy chiffons,
medium taffeta satins. Exclusive -j ^ _
models in Junior, Misses’ and Worn- S | ft (III
en’s sizes. REDUCED to T
Higher Priced Grades At Equally Deep
Reductions.
All brand-new Spring Merchandise—under positive
“marching orders”
KAPLOWITZ
THIRTEENTH, Between E 6 f
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