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For Near Future High Light News Announcement Is made of the en gagement of Miss Rita T. Walsh, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Keane Walsh and the late Mr. Edward J. Walsh of Chevy Chase, to Mr. Rob ert William Lebling, son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Lebling of Be thesda. Miss Walsh Is a graduate of Georgetown Visitation Convent. Her late father was a prominent insur ance man in the District and at one time manager of the Northwestern National Insurance Co. He also was interested in dramatics and for many years a major stockholder in the Washington baseball club. Mr. Lebling is a graduate of Be thesda—Chevy Chase High School and attended Holy Cross College until his studies were interrupted by the war. He served in the 9th Air Force as a pilot and spent 13 months in the European theater. Returning to civilian life last fall, he now is associated with his father* a prom inent realtor, and is completing his studies at the George \Wishington University. Mr. Lebling’s father is a director of the Washington Real Estate Board, newly elected president of the Bethesda Chamber of Com merce, vice president of the Bethesda Civitan Club, and a member of the Washington Board of Trade and Kenwood Golf and Country Club. The wedding wall take place the latter part of May In the Church of the Blessed Sacrament in Chevy Chase. It is obvious that there is no j lack of immediate plans for those recently discharged from the serv ices, as announcements of engage ments continue to pour in. The engagement of Miss Patricia Joyce Clark to Robert L. Smith, 'Y | 1/c, U. S. N. R., is announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Arthur W. Clark of Kensington, Md. Mr. Smith is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Smith of Rock Hill, S. C. Miss Clark will gradu ate from Blair High School in June. Her fiance has been in the Navy three years, having served 19 months in the Asiatic-Pacific theater, aboard the U. S. S. Chauncey and the U. S. S. Cooper. Following his dis charge in May, he will enter college. No date has been set for the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Martin of Huntington, W. Va., announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Virginia Martin, to Mr. John W, Jackson, son of Mrs. R. C. Jack Bon of Huntington, W. Va. Miss Martin has been in Washington for the past three years with the Fed eral Housing Administration. Mr. Jackson recently returned from the South Pacific where he was on duty with the U. S. M. A. C. Plans are being made for an early fall wed ding in Huntington. A late summer wedding will take place for Miss Mildred G. Baden and Mr. C. Earl Bollinger. Miss „ Baden is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas Baden of Brandywine, Md., and her fiance is the son of Mrs. W. Earl Bollinger of Tarentum, Pa., and the late Mr. Bollinger. Miss Baden has been with the Federal Public Housing Authority in Washington for the past four years, and Mr. Bollinger was recently discharged from the flavy, after serving four years here «md overseas. Miss Jeanne Rosslyn Steerman is engaged to wed Mr. Joseph Joel MRS. BOTELER. A recent bride, she, before her wedding to Mr. William Joseph Boteler, was Miss Mary Edna Carroll. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Carroll. Finnigan Photo. Weissmeyer, Y 3/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weissmeyer of Washington. Miss Steerman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steerman of Washington. The date for the wedding has not yet been set. Miss Fay Inez Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith of Penn ington Gap, Va., is engaged to wed Mr. Samuel G. Berry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Berry of Roanoke, Va. The W'edding will take place in June. Another June wedding will be that of Miss Doris L. Hermanson and Mr. Harold C. Huffman, jr. Miss Hermanson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hermanson, and Mr. Huffman is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Harold C. Huffman. Both families are residents of Washing ton. The engagement of Miss Shirley Belle dayman to Corpl. Charles i David Cooper is announced by her I mother. Mrs. Jennie B. dayman. Corpl. Cooper is the son of Mr. and | Mrs. Louis Cooper of this city. A i sophomore at George Washington University, Miss Clayton is presi dent of Pni Delta Sorority. Corpl. RUC CLEANING Oriental and Domestic Rugs, cleaned, repaired, demothed and stored, under my personal super vision. Prompt weekly service if desired MARK KESKISHIAN 1345 Holf St. S.E. FR. 9187 Cooper attended George Washing ton University and he is now sta tioned at the Office of Strategic Service. No date has been set for the wedding. The engagement of Miss Martha Lea Willis of Daytona Beach, Fla., to Lt. Lawrence McGlade, U. S. M. C., son of Mrs. Lenore McGlade of Washington, is announced. The wedding will take place next Sun day at 1 o'clock in the chapel at Quantico. Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Corrado announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Rosemerie Corrado <o Mr. Melton Hauft, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Hauft of Chevy Chase. The bride-elect is a graduate of ; St. Ursula Academy in Ohio and attended the Mount Pleasant School | for Secretaries. Mr. Hauft is a graduate of Central High School ' and now attends Benjamin Frank lin University. He returned in De cember after serving two years overseas with the 13th Air Force. No date has been set for the wed ding. The engagement of Miss June Goundie to Pfc. William P. Houck is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Goundie. The bridegroom-elect is stationed in Denver with the Army Air Force. He is the son of Mrs. R. E. Childress of Berwyn and Mr. P. E. Houck< of Cottage City. Md. Miss Trought Wed To Mr. F. E. Perez Tire marriage of Miss Shirley Reid Trought to Mr. Fernando E. Perez, jr., is announced by the bride’s par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Trought of McLean, Va. Mr. Perez is the son of Mrs. Perez and the late Dr. Perez of New York City. The wedding took place recently : in the home of the bride’s parents in a noon ceremony at which the Rev. Alfred St. John Matthews offi-1 dated. A small reception followed. Mrs. Perez is a graduate of West ern High School and attended Ab bott Art School. Her husband is attending college in New York City, where they will make their home. -- ! REDUCE The Easy Way! BE * NEAT 1 TRIM <j AND i SLIM L Any one can be quickly reduced by RIGGS ULTRA SLENDER FORM Yes, you can have curves— and only where you want them. Inquire at 1426 G Street N.W. ME. 2388 2817 14th Street N.W. CO. 9184 Now Open Saturdays _ MRS. STILLWELL. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. O’Brien, she is the former Miss Helen Jean Edington. Her marriage to Mr. John Maurice Stillwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Stillwell, took place in the Methodist Episcopal Church parsonage in Parkland, Md. Weds New Yorker The recent marriage of Miss Hilda De Forrest Parks to Mr. Sidney Morse of New York is announced by the bride’s grandfather, Mr. Nathan Scanland of Arlington. The wedding took place in New York City. A graduate of Mary Washington college of the University of Virginia, Mrs. Morse is at present affiliated with the Dramatic Workshop in New Yolk City. Mr. Morse has just re turned from four years’ service in the European theater of operations, where he was decorated for duty in the Air Forces. State Societies To Hold Fetes North Carolina's Gov. R. Gregg Cherry and Mrs. Cherry will be presented with the keys of the Capital by the Tar Heel Colony here when they come to Washing ton April 20 for the Easter dance of the North Carolina Society of Washington. The affair will be held in the large ballroom of the Shoreham Hotel at 10 o’clock and will be pre ceded by a small reception at which the Gov. and Mrs. Cherry will greet members of the society. Presenta tions will be made by Mr. John K. Slear, president of the organization. The Society of Virginia will cele brate the birthday of Thomas Jef ferson at its annual spring dance on Friday. The affair will be held at the Willard Hotel and the hours are 9:30 to 1 p.m. It is the last dance of the season and will be attended by Dr. Larry Amette, president of the society. Special "protect YOUR JEWELR Y Jewelry prices have risen. Are your valuables protected by full insurance at present values? Com petent insurance appraisals. A. Vvi Steinner Jewelry Appraiser end Designer Room 616 Burlington Hotel Phones Executive 2564—District 8822 Houri It ta 4 p.m.. Sat. It tp I Recommended by Leading Jewelers < A delightful peplum ef S feet gracefully em broidered with fine ice cream-white cord en livens this charming Easter dress of ever popular navy crepe. New dolman sleeves in three-quarter length combine with a casual neckline and a beauti fully bloused back to make this the perfect answer to the prac tical yet pretty Easter wardrobe. Sizes 16 & 20. $39.95 UJiuAlIiul 1021 Conn. Ave. N.W. feature for the evening will be se-> lections by the Francis Asbury | Quartet. All members of the so ciety and their friends are invited to attend. Friday evening, April 26, has been chosen by members of the Minne sota State Society of Washington for their spring dance, the organi zation’s final organized activity for the season. Thg dance will take place at Wardman Park Hotel, starting at 9 p.m. Mr. Arthur Pearson is master of ceremonies. In charge of general arrange ments are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Luedeman, Mr. and Mrs. Irving; Manger, Mr. Roy Bracken, Mrs. George Selvig, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Omundson, Mr. and Mrs. Edwyn G. Rydlun and Mr. Sidney D. Sarff. All Iowans are invited to attend the informal centennial dinner to be held at the Roosevelt Hotel Sunday, April 14, at 1 pm., by the Iowa State Society of Washington. A rep resentative of Mr. Thomas E. Mar tin, who is president of the Iowa State Society, will preside. There will be an informal get acquainted program after the din ner. Reservations can be made with the secretary, Miss Gertrude M. Louis, Apartment 426, Roosevelt Hotel, Decatur 0800. The last dance of the season ior the Missouri Society will be held Saturday in the main ballroom of the Shoreham Hotel. Dancing will begin at 10 o'clock and a musical program under the direction of Mrs. Walter H. Maloney will be given during the evening. Further information can be ob tained from the secretary, Mrs. Clarence Mcpune. ■ -' "~i . 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