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Chevy Chase Neighborhood News
Bride-Elect Is Entertained; Many Other Parties Are Given Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watkins en tertained at dinner and bridge last evening. Mrs. Lawrence Webster was host ess at a supper and bridal shower Friday in compliment to Miss Dor othy Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wagner, whose mar riage to Mr. John Adey of New York#will take place in January. Lt. and Mrs. Theodore Norcross, Jr., of Fairview, N. J„ are the guests of Mrs. Norcross’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Davis, who also have as their guest their son, Corpl. Alan Davis of Harlungen, Tex. This evening Ensign and Mrs. E. Austin Davis will entertain for the visitors, and they were the guests of honor last evening at a dinner giv en by Lt. Norcross’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Norcross. A dinner party also was given for them Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bowker. Miss Ruth M. Carl was hostess last evening in the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Carl, at a buffet supper in honor of her guest. Miss Ynez Hollbrook of Kan napolis, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barnett have as their guests Mrs. Barnett’s broth er and sister-in-law, Capt. and Mrs. Wilson Carrington Alexander, who will leave this week to visit Capt. Alexander's parents in Nashville. He recently returned from duty in Australia. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Yosts en tertained at a dinner and dance Thursday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Hawkins of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dotterer were hosts at dinner and bridge Friday evening. Mrs. William Watkins entertained at luncheon and bridge Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John McDonnell were hosts last evening at a buffet supper in compliment to Mr. and Mrs. Disney Harrington of Balti more, who are their guests for the week end. Lt. and Mrs. Marshall Garrett en tertained at a late afternoon party yesterday in honor of Miss Marjorie Kerby and Lt. Andrew Altman. Mrs. Richard D. Daugherity and her son, Richard Daugherity III, of Chicago, are the guests of her aunt, Mrs. Frederick R. Pitts, wife of Col. Pitts. Capt. and Mrs. Donald Kline have as guests for the week end Lt. and Mrs. Arden Liles of Edenton, N. C. Mr. Walter Ainsworth of Seattle is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bernard have as their guest. Mrs. Bernard’s mother. Mrs. T. M. Sleeper of Waco, Tex. Lt. Col. and Mrs. H. B. Hoopes have as their guest. Mrs. Hoopes’ mother, Mrs. William Brandt of Hagerstown. fiiinAim a fault Futkbe MODERN CLASSES Great things are expected of 1945! It will be a year requiring clear thinking and clearer vision. Modern Glasses will help YOU to achieve clearer vision. Resolve to take care of the only pair of eyes you’ll ever have. HAVE YOLR EYES EXAMINED Ute Your Charge Account or Our Optical Budget Plan of Eaty Paymentt. Optccl Department, Street Floor. Again! 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