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Former Official Is Best Man
At Wedding of Son in South The former Assistant Secretary of Labor and Mrs. Peter Frederick Snyder have returned to Washington from Mississippi, where they went to attend the wedding of their son, Lt. Peter Frederick Snyder, Jr., and Miss Florence Patricia Castles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Carson Castles of Starkville, Miss., which took place at the Startcville Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Robert F. Sloop, pastor of the church, officiated at the double-ring ceremony, and Mr. Snyder acted as best man for his son. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a period gown of candlelight satin made with a court train, with a veil of illusion which fell from a coronet to the hem of her gown. She carried a cascade of calla lilies and wore a,single strand of pearls which had been given to her by the bridegroom. Mrs. Barnett Harrison Reynolds, sister of the bride, was the matron of honor, and the bridesmaids were Miss Willie Love Nash and MiSb Mary Evelyn Redus. They wore Moyen Age gowns in flower shades of purple, Mrs. Reynolds in purple taffeta and Miss Nash and Miss Redus in lilac taffeta. The junior bridesmaids, little Miss Carolyn Crane and Miss Jane McCain, wore Romney frocks of orchid taffeta trimmed with violet velvet. All of the attendants wore short veils of violet mesh held with Olivia chrys anthemums which matched the chrysanthemums in their Colonial bouquets. Lt. Clayton West, brother-in-law of the bride, and Lt. Powers Jones served as ushers, and young Barnett Harrison Reynolds. jr„ the bride's nephew, was the ring bearer. A re ception for the immediate families and close friends followed the cere mony at the home of the bride's parents. The newly married couple left later for New Orleans, where Lt. Snyder is stationed with the 9th Division, Transportation Training Group. The bride attended Belhaven Col lege and Mississippi State College, where she was a member of Phi Delta Chapter of Chi Omega. Lt. Snyder attended Alabama Poly technic Institute and the University of Maryland, where he was presi dent of the university chapter of the Sigma Nu Fraternity. He re ceived his commission at Mississippi State College as a member of the Officer Candidate School of Trans portation in 1943. Previous to his assignment to duty in New Orleans he was stationed at Fort Wash ington. Lt. Snyder is a grandnephew of Mr. J. Harry Cunningham, who for over 30 years was secretary of the Gridiron Club, and a grandson of the late Mr. John Thomas Freeman, who long was prominent in civic affairs in the Capital. Another son of the former As sistant Secretary of Labor and Mrs.! Snyder. Mr. John Freeman Snyder, was married recently to Miss Bette! Jayne McCoy, daughter of Mrs. Archie Ford, wife of Lt. Comdr. Ford. U. S. N. R., who is stationed in Miami. The ceremony was held Decem ber 5 in the Sixth Presbyterian Church in Washington, the Rev. Herbert Garner, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Freely Rohrer, officiating. Miss Catherine Korbel acted as maid of honor and Miss Betty Crane was the bridesmaid. Mr. Snyder served as best man for his son, and Lt. Snyder was the head usher. A reception and buffet sup per for the wedding party fol lowed. Mr. Snyder and his bride are re-; siding in Silver Spring at 8003 Eastern drive. Maj. Edward J. Kelly Will Be Speaker At St. Paul’s Guild Maj. Edward J. Kelly, superin tendent of police, will be guest speaker at the “fathers' night" of St. Paul's Academy Guild at 8:30 p m. Tuesdav in the school audi torium. 1421 V street N.W. The speaker will suggest means of pre venting juvenile delinquency. The meeting will be the first held In honor of fathers of academy students. The program, under the direction Of Mrs. Joseph McGolrick, will in clude a singing quartet led by Edward Carey and a vaudeville skit presented by Joe and Earline King, assisted by their dummy, "Brandy wine.” Mrs. Joseph R. Boylan. assisted by members of the executive board. Will serve refreshments. Mrs. James W. Brockwell will pre iide at the business meeting. Boys’ Club Auxiliary Will Hold Tea Plans for the annual spring tea! will be discussed by the Women's Auxiliary, Metropolitan Police Boys’ j Club, at a lunchebn meeting at 12:30 p.m. Monday at the Shoreham Hotel, j Hostesses will be* Mrs. Ernest1 Brown, chairman of the Camp Com mittee; Mrs. W. E. Holmes, Mrs. K.1 E. Krumke. Mrs. J. C. Naughton,1 Mrs. C. H. Stratton and Mrs. W. B.! Wender. Canteen Class to Start A Red Cross canteen class will start at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Chevy Chase Junior College Prac tice House, 3 West Thornapple street, Chevy Chase. Md. Priced for Immediate Sale WOODSlriE, MI). 1900 HANOVER ST. (Corner Columbia Blvd.) IMMEDIATE POSSESSION An exceptionally well-built brick and •tone home containing rood sited lirinr room with fireplace, dlninr room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, paneled recreation room with bar and fireplace, auto. h.-w. heat, built in rarare. Beautifully landscaped lot. Convenient to stores and trans portation. Open Sun. 11 to 6 ft.m. TO REACH: Out Geortla Ave. pa,t traffic lirht in Silver Sprint. Md.. to Grace Church Rd.. left to Columbia Blvd. and ritht to home. FLOYD E. DAVIS CO. Exclusive Agent 1(2* K St. N.W. NA. 0352 MISS CHARLOTtE WHITE HINES. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Hines of Arlington were hosts at a recep tion yesterday in honor of their daughter, Miss Charlotte White Hines, at which they announced her engagement to Lt. Harry' Thornton Harvin, U. S. N. R., son ' of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart I. Har j vin of Manning, S. C. Miss Hines attended Sullins College at Bristol, Tenn., was j graduated from Arlington Hall ! College and is a member of i Tau Phi. Lt. Harvin is a graduate of 1 Presbyterian College and Atlanta Southern Dental College. He is a member of Kappa Alpha hnd served as president of Beta Pi Chapter at the former college and was president of Xi Psi Phi during his senior year at At lanta Southern. He is now sta tioned here, and his mother and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart I. Harvin, jr., came from their home in Man ning to attend the reception i yesterday. Alliance to Hear AI/xv Ruth Clifton Miss Ruth Clifton. 18, of Moline, 111., who led a youth movement which resulted in the "Moline plan" to combat delinquency, will be the guest of the executive board of the Junior Alliance at a luncheon at 12:45 p.m. Monday at Wardman Park Hotel. Miss Clifton will dis cuss the “Rec Club,’’ a recreational center established in her home town through efforts of high school stu dents. Luncheon guests wall include Dr Robert W. Eaves, principal of Thomson School, where the Alli ance has maintained a child wel fare project for five years. The next meeting of the Alliance will be a luncheon at 12:45 p.m. February 14 at Washington Hotel. To Live Here Mrs. Willard E. Lamm is expected i in Washington next week from California, where she has been for sometime. Mrs. Lamm before her marriage was Miss Vista Henry and w'ill be with her mother, George F. Henry, while her husband Sergt. Lamm is on duty in the West. NEWLY RENOVATED BRIGHTWOOD Semi-Detached Brick 6 Rooms—Bath—Garage 528 Sheridan N.W. This attractive home has just been Rone over from roof to cellar—the walls scraped and papered through out: kitchen and bath painted: woodwork inside and outside paint ed; new roof with JO-year guaran tee: new shades. One square to CoolidRe High and Whittier Ele mentary Schools. The J-l and J-rt express bus lines serve this refined home community. Evening or Sun day phone Woodley J414. Inspect Sunday Price, $7,950—Terms L. T. Gravatte ft# 15th Realtor NA. 0753 | Mrs. C. N. Goodwin Gives Evening Fete at Club Mrs. Clarence Norton Goodwir was hostess to 50 young people Iasi evening, entertaining in the club house of the American Newspapei Women's Club of which she is ar associate member. The guests were asked to meet Miss Anne Harcourl of England, who is on duty here as a WREN, and a friend of some years of Judge and Mrs. Goodwin Miss Harcc-urt with her parents the eminent artist, Mr. George Harcourt, and Mrs. Harcourt, were guests of Judge and Mrs. Goodwir at Apple Green, their place at Lake Forest, 111. Later they visited the Goodwins at Normac, their summei home in Canada. Mrs. Goodwir took with her to the club last eve ning a landscape which Mr. Har court did at Normac showing the water, and a portion of the dock and house with Mrs. Goodwin ir the background. Mr. Harcourt i* a member of the Royal Academy ol London and his daughter has in herited much of his gift. She ha* a number of her own works on the walls at the club, where she hac held an exhibit through this week and will continue through the com ing week. Mrs. Goodwin's guests last eve ning were representative of the United Nations and their conversa tion was carried on in several languages. There was dancing and light refreshments were served dur ing the evening. The group will meet with Mrs. Goodwin each Friday evening at the American Newspaper Women's Club through this month. Ensign Driscoll Is Engaged Mrs. Alice R. Driscoll of Wynne wood, Pa., announces the engage ment of her daughter. Ensign Doris Anne Driscoll. U. S. N. R., to Comdr. Harry Edward Seidel, jr., U. S. N.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edward Seidel of Takoma Park. University Guild Will Give Tea The American University Woman's Guild will entertain at a tea in honor of members with daughters who are alumnae or students of the university from 4 to 7 p.m. tomor row at the campus home of the university’s president. A luncheon, followed by book re views, will be held by the guild at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Wesley K. Harris, 384* Massachusetts avenue N.W. The dean of women. Miss Mary Louise Brown, will review "Taps for Private Tussie," by Jesse Stuart., and "South ern Harvest," by Claire Leighton. MISS ANNA MAE LEDMAN. —Harris-Ewing Photo. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Ledman have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Anna Mae Ledman, to Pfc. Richard J. Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Meyer. Pvt. Meyer is at present at tending the medical school of Georgetown University. Phi Delta Gamma To Hold Banquet Beta Chapter of Phi Delta Gam ma, national graduate fraternity for women, will hold its annual initiation ceremony, followed by a banquet tonight at Hotel 2400 Guests will include Miss Marian E. Scott, national treasurer, and Mrs. Vinnie Barrows, director of person nel guidance at George Washington University. Miss Jean Benton, president, will welcome the guests. The program will include music and toasts to friendship, justice and wisdom. Members of Gamma Chapter at Johns Hopkins University will be guests of Beta Chapter at a meet ing at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at Co lumbian House. Slides of prewar 'Poland will be presented by W. E. Koneczny of the Civil Aeronautics | Board. ASIAN ARTS CHINESE SCREENS. JEWELRY, SILKS. FURNITURE. LAMPS. Etc. i 1518 CONN. AVE. TEL. DU. 4535 I CHEVY CHASE GARDENS, MD. 1 4611 De Rustey Parkway In o location of beautiful homes near Chevy Chase Golf Club. Six spacious rooms, screened living porch, 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, 3 plus finished heated attic. Modern kitchen, butler's pantry. Auto | matic oil heat. 2-cor garage. Owner has recently re-decorated into new house condition. Vacant. Early occupancy. j Price $14,250 Open Sunday 11 to 5 P.M. Daily by appointment. INSTRUCTIONS: On! Wisconsin Avenue, across Western §! Avenue, left on De Russev Parkway one block to property. F. A. TWEED CO. j (Exclusive) 5504 Connecticut Are. “ EM. 1290 CLEVELAND PARK 3433 34th STREET N.W. (Southeast Corner of 34th 4k Ordway Sts.) A very unusuol ond attractive center hall- home on a wide corner lot, having a frontage of 95 feet, containing 11,515 square feet. The house has just been completely renovated throughout. It consists of a large living room, dining room, master bedroom ond complete both, butler's pantry and kitchen on the first floor; four bedrooms, two baths, and sleeping porch on the second floor; two finished rooms and storage room on the third floor. General Electric heating system; two car built-in garage and maid's bath in basement. The property is vacant and priced for immediate sale at $23,950. I OKN SUNDAY, 11:30 to 5:30 BOSS AND PHELPS ^ N»W# Rgniton NoHonol 9300 ■" 111. Plans Are Made For Pen Women's Conference Mrs. Victoria Faber Stevenson, president of the National League of American Pen Women, will serve as chairman of arrangements for a business conference to be held by the league in Washington April 29, according to plans made this week at an executive board session. The conference will be followed on April 30 with a meeting for awarding prizes and a te% in the studio of the District Branch. Paintings entered in the art contest will be on exhibition in the studio. The league’s election this year will be conducted by mail, as the business conference will not sub stitute for the customary biennial convention. Candidates have until February 10 to file their intentions to run for office. Mrs. Lilia Wooil Daniels is chair man of the Nominations Commit tee, which includes Mrs. Anne Manchester, Mrs. Claudia Rice! Scott, Mrs. Beatrice Herrald Sparks, Miss Iva Ettac Sullivan and Dr. Margaret H. Sebree, president of! the Chevy Chase Branch. Serving on the Arrangements Committee with Mrs. Stevenson will be Mrs. Azalea Green Badgley, Mrs. Daniels, Mrs. Rosamond Gaydash, Mrs. Nellie DeArmand Bryant and Dr. Winifred Willard. Tipton to Be Soloist Albert Tipton, flutist from the Navy School of Music, will be the soloist at the YWCA music hour at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in Barker Hall. The program is one of a series given by servicemen to which the public is invited. A buffet supper in the USO penthouse will follow. Wells Club to Meet The dean of admission of Wells College, Miss Eleanor Denison, will ; be guest of honor at a meeting of the Wells Club at 8 p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Gerald Keith, 3930 Connecticut avenue N.W. Mrs. Bolton Lauds Appointment Given Miss Mary McGkachy The appointment of Miss Mary Craig McGeachy, First Secretary of the British Embassy, to head the welfare division of UNRRA was hailed by Representative Frances Bolton, Republican, of Ohio before District Daughters of the American Revolution yesterday. Mrs. Bolton, who addressed the DAR National Defense Committee, declared it was “heartening to feel that a woman of her stature and capacity was given that Job.” The speaker emphasized that it was im portant for men and women to work together "in building a new world.” Describing UNRRA as an “in tensely interesting effort,” Repre sentative Bolton pointed out that it was a pooling of both the needs and resources of the various nations. “It is not an international WPA,” I I I RESTRICTED ROCKCREST f jm wif including All Settlement Cost* and 9 « " 9 Monthly Payment* Leu Than Rant I EXHIBIT HOME—1111 AGNEW DRIVE The outstanding community In Montgomery Co. offers new P. H. A.-approved brick bungalows of 2 bedrooms and bath, with stairway to 2nd floor; fi-cubic-ft. Frigidaire. gas stove, city water and sewer; paved streets and concrete curbing; accessible to all facilities; excellent schools; 12 minutes from National Naval Medical Cen ter and U. S. Public Health. A Few Choice Corner Homes for Sale SEVERAL READY FOR j OCCUPANCY -OPEN DAILY TILL DUSK Take Rockville bug from District Line on Wisconsin Ate. or drive out Wiscon sin Ave. and the Rockville Pike twelve minutes beyond the new Naval Hos pital to Rockcrest sign. OR nut Georg a Ave. and Vters Mill Rd. to property. Thomas 0. de Beck, Agent 100ft de Beck I>rive ,‘Roekere*t*'—Rockville. Md. Rockville 470 Rockville lit gPllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlH | COLONIAL VILLAGE, D. C. 1 m ^ §g A PRIVATELY BUILT HOME IN ONE OF THE M05T jj ■m RESTRICTED RESIDENTIAL SECTIONS IN M WASHINGTON, SURROUNDED BY §| M ROCK CREEK PARK g | 1885 Plymouth Street N.W. | HI This lovely brick colonial home, designed and built for the S = present owner, is comparatively new and modem In every == ■= respect. The only reason it is being sold is because the = — owners are moving West. §= == FIRST FLOOR: Living room, dining room, §§§ = kitchen, center hall, lavatory, closet and 1= = library. ss is SECOND FLOOR: 3 bedrooms, nursery, hall, 2 If .= baths. 7 closets, cabinets and dressing room. == = THIRD FLOOR: Finished attic and one bed- §l| = room. ss BASEMENT: Finished recreation room with =1 = fireplace, furnace room, lavatory and closet. if S Directions: Out 16th Street to Kalmia Road; left on Kalmia Road = = across first bridge to Plymouth Street, then right to property. =£ Open Saturday Afternoon 2:00 to 6:00 H Sunday 1:00 to 6:00 H 1 J. RUPERT MOHLER, JR., Realtor 1 jHH Exclusive Agent =j= := 1223 Conn. Ave. NAtionol 4080 §|| S List your property with ut for immediate results! =j| 9512 W. STANHOPE ROAD Distinctive Suburban Home in Rock Creek Hills, Md. PRICED AT OWNER'S COST, $24,500 No ordinary house—but an unusually spacious and appealing home of rambling Colonial architecture—with a luxurious and beautiful interior plan. Has a wonderful clubroom with built-in bar—a beautiful lot 100x150—a detached brick guest house on rear of lot—expensively planted and landscaped with stone walls and outdoor barbecue fireplace. Equipped with storm windows— gas heat—2-car garage. P At left is view of || detached brick R guest house with open fireplace. yl if OPEN FOR I INSPECTION SUNDAY, 1 10 A M. to 6 P.M. fa Directions — Drive out ■ Conn, Ave 1 mile past ■ Chevy Chase Lake to K Beech Dr., turn right to K Stanhope Rd.. then left M on West Stanhope Rd. to home. ,™$t FRANK S. PHILLIPS >'• IJtn M, _KiImIt* A»«nt-_ 1411 she said, “but an effort to enable every country to help Itself in the shortest time possible.’' Mrs. Thomas E. Boyd, national chairman of the DAR National De n i fense Committee, also spoke briefly rhe program included an appeal in behalf of the War Bond drive bj a wounded veteran, Pvt. Jack In# dictor. Charming Suburban Home 216 E. Greenway Blvd. Greenway Dawns Falls Church, Va. $6,950oo I Opmn All Day Sunday TO REACH: Cross the Memorial Bridge and drive out Lee Blvd.: keep straight through to inter section of Lee Highway: bear left on Lee Highway V4 mile to I Greenwav Blvd., then turn left I l'/t blocks to home on right just beyond large tree in center of Blvd. T™. attractive home is priced III. right. It has many attractive features, including 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen and bath, full basement with coal furnace, air-conditioned heat, oak floors and Philgas range. Good transportation by bus to Wash ington—only 30 minutes to cen ter of city. Handy to stores and | schools in Falls Church. House only 2 years old. B. M. SMITH Arlington, Virginia 2408 Columbia Pike OXford 2038 1 ONLY 9200 CASH AND MOVE RIGHT IN Approved for F.H.A. Financing 6 ROdMS—FULL BASEMENT New Exhibit Home—4015 Seventy-first Avenue Famished and Decorated by Palais Royal OPEN DAILY 1 to 7; SUNDAY 11 to 7 I | Oat Madcnsbnrt Road to Peace Cross, tarn richt to Annapolis Road COld Defease Highway, Route 50) 2.5 miles to property. This large-scale project has PAVED STREETS— Sewer—Water-^-Oas—Electricity, and homes of dis tinctive design on large wooded lots. 371 SOLD—12 HOMES LEFT ^ * WARFIELD 6278 * ^ THIS beautiful restricted community INSIDE WASHINGTON offers a number of new BRICK homes. Smartly modern in design—each home has a most attractive Living Room; separate Dining Room; all-steel | Kitchen; two good-size Bedrooms and real Tile Bath in color. Each home has full base ment with laundry equipment and a lovely landscaped garden. Only $500 cash necessary. No settlement costs. Balance like rent. More than 500 already sold. Every city convenience . . . Complete Shopping Center . . . BOTH TROLLEY AND BUS SERVICE. Take the Kenilworth or Seat Pleasant Trolley. Or from 15th & H. St. N.E. drive out Benning Road. 3435 BENNING ROAD N.E.