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Applications Under D. C. laws, couples must apply lor a marriage license on one day, wait three full days and receive the license on the fifth day. Sundays and holidays are counted the same as other days. William H Folk. 27. 17 87 Columbia rd. n w and Marie G. Miller. 21, 1806 La ment st. n w. William T Dixon. 1 f». 407 Delaware ave s w and Margaret McKinney. 18. 120 D st. s.w Theodore W Henley. 22. 1700 10th st. n.w . and Blondell O. Whiting, 21, 1525 Q st n.w-. Arthur J. McCromager, 21. Gainesville.' Fla. and Clara L. Whiteside. 21. 0040 Foxhall rd. n.w Andrew c. Sherrard. jr.. 20. 608 22nd st. n w . and Audrey M. Hoffman. 20. Ar lington, Va. Arthur V. Petruccelli. 21, 1058 Sheridan I st n.w.. and Margaret L. Gilbert, 21,1 Silver Spring. Md William B. Allen, jr . 01. Arlington, and Edith C. Waters. 00. Knowlton Apts. Theodore Rotan. 00. 501 Florida ave. n.w., and Francis Robinson. 22, 0014 O st. n.w. Joseph B Wheeler. 00. 0112 Park pi n.w. and Alberta Morton. 27, 1029 Kenyon st. n.w. David W. Smith. 21, 050 I st. s.w . and Mamie L. Lee. 20. 1427 1st st. s.w. Murl McCoy. 25. 1205 loth st n.w.. and Hazel Walters, 29. 1220 loth st. n.w. Joseph L. Bragg. 10. 0614 P st. n.w., and Betty E. Clemmons. 10. 1470 Florida ave. n.w. Grafton D. English. 05, 018 M st. n.w, and Ann M. Burke. 24. 802 loth st. n.w. Fred W. Jernigan. 45. 1400 G st. ne.. and Edith L. Sage. 07, 1056 Levis st. n.e Henry r. Harlow-. 44. and Gladys V. Bul lard. 45. both of 7008 null st. n.w. Lawrence E. Hayps. is. Muncie. Ind.. and Mattie F Boo'h. 21, 1104 L st. n.w. Emanuel Vasilas. 00, and Lillian C. Spaulding 24. both of Alexandria. Homer F Pfeiffer. 48. and Elizabeth W. ; Reid. 26, both of 2448 Massachusetts ave n.w. Donald J Halloran. 22. 9900 Cathedral ave n w . and Margaret A. Turnage, 22. 4oo0 4th st «.e. James W Graham, jr . 18. Fairfax, and Mary Dolezek, 21, 04 11 MacArthur blvd. n w Paul E Fowler. 29. 659 Maryland ave n e . and Dorothy J. Cook. 22, 4 649 Hillside rd. s e George M. Casper. 70. 1018 B st. s e.. and Dorothea M Mangum. 64. 0527 Albe- | marie st. n w John V Martyn. 00, 1008 14th st. s.e.. j and Alvina Spitzer, 20, 1860 Kalorama rd n.w. Walter L Biscoe. jr., 21. Chancellor. Va . and Elizabeth A Drake. 19, Silver Spring. Md Elmer T. Pickreal. 28. 601 Maryland ave s.w.. and Helen T. Drew, 21. 615 Mary land ave. s.w. Donald S Fentiman. 20. 1057 Lawrence st. ne. and Janet R. Ralph. 18. 6206 Illinois ave. n.w. Lawrence H. Bode. 21. and Dorothy C. creamy, white pleasant LOTION Safely REMOVES HAIR Leavaaakin amooth. alluring. 1. A pleasant white lotion without bad clinging de pilatory odor. 2. Painless . . . not messy, quick to use. As simple to remove as cold cream. 3. No razor stubble. Keeps legs hair-free longer. Economical! 4. Does not irritate healthy, normal skin. 5. 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Go you have peace of mind? Life's greatest blessing—why it it denied most of us? Dr. Joshua Liebman astonishingly suggests, first, that you may love yourself too little, criticize yourself too harshly. A condensation from his inspiring new book that will help you overcome the obstacles to your serenity. Life in these United States. In a doctor's crowded waiting room an old man sat, and sat. Finally, he stood up wearily and re marked, “Guess I’ll go home and die a natural death.” 11 true anecdotes—some amusing, some touching—revealing the richness and variety of life in our land. One world—for religion too. Religion should be the great uni fying force among men, says Dr. Fosdick. Instead, it has bitterly • divided us. “Criticizing Protes tants for their 250 sects, he shows how all faiths can and must cooperate now to promote greater religious unity. In this new issue there are 34 articles of lasting interest, selected from leading magazines andcurrent books tondensed to save you time, GET THE MAY Reader’s Digest NOW ON NEWSSTANDS Crockett. 21. both of Watertown. Mass. Richard Walsh. 20. and Regin* E. David. 20. both of 07 Adams st. n.w. Francis X. Staub. 2«. Snerr. .nown. Pa., and Mary J. Shekell, 21, 3504 13th st. n.w. William B. Harris. 25, 424 Wakefield pi. n.w.. and Margie D. Lukoskie. 23. 422 Delafield pi. n.w. George E Bridgett. 21, 1825 Burke st. s.e., and Dorothy M. Takes. 20, l.tw 1 .in si. n.e Michael H. Ebb. 20. and Mildred Wayne, 24. both of 202 Wayne st. n.e. Robert W. Kilian, 28. Alexandria. Va., and Helen E. Nagy. 20. Orange, N. J. Marvin J. Hershey. 27. 1103 4.0th st s.e.. and Carolyn L. Lupton, 27, 1200 B st. s.e. Geor-e A. Van Duyer. 24. 4317 21st st n.e.. and Jean E. F. Foley. 19, Seat Pleasam. Md. John E Lundgarrd. 30, Boston, and Blanche V. Wadford. 24. Arlington. Va James K. Penfield. 38. 1911 R st. n.w . and Anne C. Boardman. 30. 1032 32nd st. n.w. Robert E. Limartz. 23. San Diego, and Martha W. Helm. J8. J 200 Kennedy st. n.w. Thomas A May. 23. Lynchburg, and HEADACHE Capudina raliavai kaadacka fat kacaua it's liquid. It« la fredianti art already diuolvad —all ready to baqin aaiiitf tka pain. It ala saathaa narva tan iian dua ta tha pain. Ua j only aidirectad, !Oc, 30c, d*c. TT1TT7T1 Elizabeth L. Dressier, 22, 1.101 Clifton Joseph B' Hill. IP. and Jean E. Kelly. IP, both of 708 North Carolina ave. s e. Samuel Besoner. 5ft, 1383 H it. n.e., and Kate Albert, ftft, 1024 Bladensburg rd. n.e. Calvin Duncan. 18. 5311 Hayes st nr, and Claretha Cherry. J6. 611 V st. n.w. Archie P. Frazier. 21. Arlington, ano ! Cisisrhine Thower, 21, 1733 Corcoran I st. n.w. LeRoy B. Brown, IP. 507 3rd s.w., and Bernice Hebron. 21, 1661 32nd st. n.w. William F. Kendrick. 48. 2712 O st. s.e., and Caroline E. Phillipp, 38, 1503 17th st. s.e. LaReintz A. Johnson. 23, 525 Harvard at. n.w., and Mary B. Jones, 22, 2020 Sherman ave. n.w. Thomas L. Shockley. 26. 46 Forester st. s.w.. and Sylvia I. Spear. 26, Bakers field. Calif. John J. Sullivan. 4ft. 5323 2nd st. n.w.. and Annabell Smith 20, 4021 Benton st. n.w. Horace O Kirby, ir.. 21. P S st. n.w.. and Katharine L. Ingram. 21. 202ft 38th st. s.e Charles E. Hepburn. 41. 2817 Knox ter s.e.. and Eleanor R. Tasso, 24, J318 L st. n.w. Martin O. Mallory. 2ft. Charleston. W. Va CUSTOM BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS Stainless Steel Sinks W* Design and Install Caiqplata Kitchans Let Us Modernise Your Old-Fashioned Kitchen MODERN HOME 00. 1216 Conn. Ava. RE. 5685 _ and HOlen M Brtmer. 26. Ironton, Ohio Clarence A. Burley. 26. 2?41 cenfral eve. n.e., and Marietta A. Trapani, 26, 2635 30th st. n.e. Issued at Fairfax. Layman Hughes Mills. 29. and Georgia Viola Smith. 25, both of Route 1, Fair fax. Va Barney Langford Padgett. 1R, Fort Belvoir, and Mary Ann Shepherd. JR, Route 1, Lorton Gilbert Guy Morrison. 22. Washington, and Helena Frances Sullivan. 21, Route 2, Alexandria Robert Arthur Techlow. 20, Fort Belvoir, and lone Mae Holford. 20. Fairhaven. Frederick Carroll Snowden. 24. Arlington., and Lois Estelle. Carmen. 21. McLean. Granville Lee Hutchison. 23, Route 1, . v^rta‘ u*' Raymond Paul KeteladA, Jf. Arllntten. and Patricia Kathleen Brabban. 21, Falla Church. Austin Linwood Toombe. 23, and Edith Eleanor Henaely. 25. both of Route 2. Alexandria. Frederick William Rupp. 22. and Bertha Madeline Weaver. If), both of Lewis* town. Pa. Robin Hood, 3fl. and Harriet Ann Wilcox. 32. both of McLean. James William Henry. 21. Route 3. Manas sas. and Mabel Winona Boothe. 21. Route 3. Alexandria. Charles Wilbur Taylor. 22. and Petty ; Roselyn Bosman. 21. both of Baltimore, Md. 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