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macbioe run* It V°ur * expert tune it let • Si«*er '.;e char*«s «"•. “TE*-* ta *dv Estimate J3 ijBWSCt'* 55 tja- 0 • kVe Sll'W’ ' Gt 611L, ( 3331 Conn>ye- I Bring Your FUR COATS to us for Certified Cold Air Storage $1.50 Insurance $1.00 Per Hundred Expert Repairing and Restyling ft mom tywi SHOP 13Q8 C St. \.\V. PRone MEtropolitan 3111 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ MRS. MIER. —Underwood Photo. Miss Crane Wed To Mr. Mier at Medical Center The Memorial Chapel of the Army Medical Center was the scene of the wedding yesterday of Miss Bar bara Lee Crane, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William L. Crane, and Mr. Harry Jack Mier, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Mier of Union town, Pa. Capt. Eugene B. Prein officiated at the noontime ceremony, which was followed by a reception at the home of Mrs. John W. Harden and Miss Lelia Hardell, grandmother and DISTINCTIVE FOR MAY OR MOTHER'S DAY The green fire of an emerald casts a beautiful glow over two brilliant boguette diamonds and twelve smaller diamonds in this gracefully designed platinum ring. $350 Tax included. Second Floor • 1319 F St. N.W. OUTFITTERS TO GENTLEWOMEN SINCE 1903 And simply beautiful . . . sheer lightweight rayon and wool boucle draped to the line of elegance, bound round with corded satin. A negligee in the luxurious manner ... in Tea rose or Powder Blue. 12 to 20. 29.75 > > I aunt of the bride, with whom she has resided* Mr. John W. Hardell, Jr., gave his niece in marriage and she wore a white satin gown with a finger tip veil and carried a Bible cov ered with gardenias and a shower of lilies of the valley. Mrs. Ralph J. Hoen, jr„ was ma tron of honor for her sister, wear ing a gown of pink nylon marquisette and lace and carrying a bouquet of pink roses and blue delphinium that! matched her headdress. The other attendants were the Misses Jean Crane, sister of the, bride; Mary Fooshe and Kathleen! Shaughnessy of this city and Mrs.! Charles N. Eckhardt of Baltimore. Their gowns of turquoise blue mar quisette were designed like the maid of honor’s and they carried bou quets of spring flowers that also matched their headdresses. Mr. John A. Druash of Union town was best man for Mr. Mier and Mr. George Barnes, Mr. Jack - Thomas and Mr. Warren Vander- ! voort of this city and Mr. John iVright of Baltimore were the ushers. Both the bride and bridegroom vere graduated from the University jf Maryland, where the former was i member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority and Mr. Mier was affili ited with Phi Delta Theta Frater nity. Since graduation the latter nas served overseas with the 101st Airborne Division. Following a honeymoon in Miami the couple will reside in Union town. Shtiey-Wallace Engagement Told The engagement of Miss Jane Vtarie Shuey to Dr. Keene Manning Wallace of Arlington, Va„ is an nounced by her parents, Mr. and Urs. Harry William Shuey of Har •isburg, Pa. A niece of Mrs. W. A. Van Duzer ind the late Mr. Van Duzer, director )f vehicles and traffic, she made ler home with them for five years. 5he is a graduate of the National Cathedral School for Girls, attended the Washington School for Secre taries and recently accepted a posi tion in Harrisburg. Dr. Wallace is the son of Mrs. Mary Wallace and the late Mr. R. Staten Wallace of Arlington. A graduate of the University of Ari zona and George Washington Uni versity School of Medicine, he served his internship at George Wash ington University Hospital. For Copyrlcht 65484 Given by Katharine Lee Ogilvie Scalp, Skin Specialist 2601 Conn. Ave. AD. 1016 m# pas+^ndk SctetTeo 6Rt>Uf,e our Resotft* Hi&tt * STOCKS ^l^P^CPC sizes 10TD2.0 ^ ^ ^ ^ wools, Kay on ck“pcs,pnrrb DfcE^MAKEfe SUITS IB;- Wools . Block. ^ &|ofs hats Sonny NOAlTERtnom ON SALS APPAREL Pin FfTTiHSS ?VLy •\A*-l sawes 5 T'NAt.; Springtime is Blue Crass time and Mother's Day the gracious moment for this perfect gift. HUE OR ASS PERFUME 3.75, 6.50, 12.00, 60.00 HUE GRASS EAU DE TOILETTE 5.00, 10.00 HUE GRASS FLOWER MIST 1.50, 2.50, 4.50 HUE GRASS BATH SALTS 4.00 HUE GRASS DUSTING POWDER 1.50 HUE GRASS SOAP 1.00, 2.50 The exquisite fragrance of Mille Fleurs will beautifully express whot's in your heart this Mother's Day. MILLS FLEURS PERFUME, 5.00, 9.00, 14.30, 23.30 MULE FLEURS IAU DE TOILETTE 7.30 MILLS FLEURS FLOWER MIST 3.50 MILLE FLEURS DUSTINO POWDER 2.00 prtc«« plot toxN i*Wefc. JU7 CONNECTICUT AVL • WASHINGTON 4 • METROPOLITAN 2274 —FINE LEATHER GOODS SINCE 18041 FOR MOTHER ON HER DAY Doable handled, top zipper hand* bag In blue, red, brown or black cowhide, $7.50 plua 20% tax. Slip-on Clovea in bine, brown, blgck or white Capeakin, $4.20. V LUTZ & CO. Charge Accounts Invited 1325 a STREET N.W, | BUY-LINES * ty Nancy Sasser | A weekly sponsored Advertising Column or Interesting Things NEW Y ORK, N. Y., May 5th—How to say ALL you want to say on MOTHER’S DAY is a too-big problem ... but GIBSON Greeting Cards have a genius for summing up your very personal sentiments with charm, ingly illustrated messages that capture your feelings in a few words! So stop at your Greeting Card Dealer’s tomorrow to pick out the particular GIBSON card that will please your mother most next Sunday. When she receives a GIBSON card, Mother will know you really sent the finest. And remember, for graduations, anniversaries, birthdays or for “just friendly” occasions, there’s a GIBSON card that’s just right! HOUSEWIVES, ATTENTION! STARTING THIS WEEK on Thursday Eve. in the News Section, LOOK FOR AND READ the new WEEK-DAY BUY-LINES COLUMN — “THE HOUSE WIFE’S SPECIAL ... a column to give you tips on what Foods, Household Products and Appliances to buy BEFORE you do your shopping for the weekend! I’ve just discovered the most invaluable, , pine-fragrant household cleaner . . . with ' the whole house as its pleasant territory! Name of it is SERGEANT’S Disinfectant . . . and it trails a pine-y freshness wherever it's used! Put 4 tablespoonsful into a pail of warm water—and every cleaning chore fs easy . . . from floor to bathroom fixtures . . . from eradicating unseen dirt that's the invisible cause of germs in drains to deodorizing the garbage pail . . . from cleans ing walls, woodwork and linoleum to freshening Ileans! Disinfects! Refreshes'** • U03VUIVIU5, i j uistmcviam ucuuuiu.cb os u uisimccis by removing the cause of unpleasant smell. It's never irritating to tender hands . . . and it trails the lingering fragrance of woodsy pine . . . clean smelling, refreshing! 4 oz. trial size costs 30c; 12 oz. size. 65c . . . at Drug or Department Stores! Know that exhilarated. “mighty-Iike-a-rose” look your complexion has right after you step out of a shower? . . . The look that makes you twice as pretty? That's exactly thfc look YARDLEY "English Complexion” Cream gives a normal, young skin. Let me tell sou how | important it is to protect sour skin by using a cream like this. YARDLEY "English Complexion" Cream cleanses thoroughly, gently . . . removing all traces of dirt and grime. Delightful in texture, it's satin smooth when you use it. As a beauty pick-up apply a thin film for a few minutes and learn the YAKULtl way ot keeping your skin soft, smooth, and fair. It comes in a quaint pink jar that will brighten your dressing table. Ask for it at better stores ... in 52 and $1 sizes, plus tax! WotLr’i How about making a Mother! Day gift that will bring new lovelinesa to her day after day? Then surprise your mother with HOUBIGANT S "Translucid” Face Powder next Sunday morning! If you've used this sheer powder that's micro-milled for soft, natural beauty, you already know why I make this suggestion ...for "Translucid” Face Powder gives a light veil of color that per mits natural skin tones to glow through. It clings lovingly and tenderly to the complexion, making it look sheer, fresh and beautiful! Comes in 9 shades that blend with any natural coloring . . . each hold ing subtle fragrance that only HOUBIGANT knows how to giv# to face powder. An ideal Mother'* Day Gift! Cost is only $1.50 a box, plus tax. at better stores! Ask for it today! Have you ever been “caught short" . . . been enjjsarrassed by friends dropping in unexpectedly and every piece of serving silver in the house tarnished, stained, disgraceful-look ing? Well, here’s the answer to THAT situation! Have a package of SILVER SHEETS within easy reach on the kitchen wall AL WAYS! Then, in a few minutes flat . . . whip out a SILVER SHEET, rub it over silver while the silver’s wet to remove every trace of tarnish, and there you are. Silver all-a-shine and ready for company 1 No mess, no bother— for all you need is that SILVER SHEET, impregnated with a super action silver polish. Just the thing for cleaning jewelry’, too, in a neat, quick and effortless way. “Sparkles up” pins, rings, necklaces and ear rings in no time. They come in a | “handy-to-hang-up" package (2 doz. ! sheets! for 25c. Ask tomorrow for SILVER SHEETS at Department or Neighborhood Stores! ‘‘A burned child dreads the Are" ... as does a wise housekeeper, too! Yet she knows that small kitchen burns are almost inevitable now and then . . . and keeps an instant “comforter” on hand to relieve the sting and smart! That's why you'll find RESINOL Ointment on so many kitchen shelves ... a sooth ing. medicated ointment ready to bring quick relief if hot grease “spits” at you! So why not get TWO jars of RESINOL Ointment this week.—one for the kitchen, one for the bathroom shelf? All the family can use the latter . . . sooth ing comforter that it is. for itching of eczema, chafing, baby’s diaper rash and externally caused pimples. Ask your Druggist for RESINOL! Qive pother Stocking! If you say it with GORDONS on Mother's Day ... you’re giving her the very finest hosiery there is Those GORDON No-Seam Nylons have a “next to nothing” look any woman covets . . . and yet their quality and superb workmanship promise long and glamorous wear! GORDON Nylons are to other va rieties about the same as mink is to muskrat . . . and I’m NOT being facetious! They’re wickedly sheer . . . have a “second skin” fit. But don’t be discouraged if your store repeats the familiar storv, “no ny lons left!” ... for GORDON rayon stockings are sheer and love ly. Ask 4or fine hosiery with the GORDON label . . . and you’ll be sure of an appreciated Mother’s Day gift! Those wool-wreckers are all set to “work over” your best rugs, upholstery, suits and blankets right now! So hurry, hurry, hurry ... if you want your best woolens to come through the Spring and Summer all-of-a-piece! Try the easy way to do it . . . with HEX! This new, non-inflammable and liquid moth-proofer is odorless and harmless to woolens . . . moth larvae will NOT harm anything that's been HEXed! A quick 5-minute spray with it and woolens are completely safe until next season . . . for HEX penetrates every wool fiber. No need for wrapping or storing . . . just HEX woolens and then leave ’em alone, confident that they're safe from all moth-damage! Variety, Drug, Department or Hardware Stores carry this marvelous moth-proofer! Yesterday at lunch a friend of mine said. “Excuse me" . . . and then removed a loose strand of tobacco from her mouth with the edge of her napkin. Not a very pretty or fastidious gesture . . . but how many of us are guilty of this “faux pas”! So why not try a VICEROY Cigarette and eliminate all chance of tobacco crumbs loosened onto mouth, lips or teeth? The unique VICEROY filter tip keeps tobacco IN the cigarette ... at the same time CHECKING tars, resins and other irritants from the fragrant blend of domestic and Turkish tobaccos. That's why a VICEROY Cigarette gives you the most in CLEAN smoking pleasure! Ask your Tobacconist for this clever filter tipped cigarette. 3L ai'ormc Try these easy tricks to flavor-up some of the commonest foods vou serve . . . BURNETT’S Food Fla vors offer you 29 different ways to work menu magic! • Cinnamon Flavor adds zest to iced coffee. • Add five drops of Almond Flavor to sour cherry pie— liquid Nutmeg Flavor to frothy prune whip. • For a molded tomato and cot tage cheese salad, add a little Onion and Celery Flavors—a drop of Garlic Flavor to mayon naise tor salmon mousse. • Sparkle sugar cubes with Orange Flavor, place on top of baking powder biscuits, bake— new tang, fresh tastef And don't forget that BURNETT’S Onion and Garlic offer the quickest, easiest way to make salads, dress ings, and fish dishes more tempt ing treats! Ask vour Grocer for BURNETT’S 29 Food Flavors! . May days are here and soon it svill be summer. Be especially on guard about perfect personal daintiness. In particular, remember those “cer tain days” when feminine charm must be safeguarded. Be sure to use AMOLIN Personal Deodorant Powder! This smooth, white pow der is famous as an intimate sani tary deodorant ... it helps prevent odors from forming and adds to your physical comfort. Just sprin kle AMOLIN Powder inside your girdle or garter belt to help avoid chafe and to give you deodorant protection. Dust it in your shoes, too . .. helps to keep your feet dry and sweet! Ask for AMOLIN Personal Deodorant Powder at Drug and Department Stores! m/4 CJracioui i2evtrayt for (jracloui 2)tniny! Bright laughter . . . happy companionship . . . good food This is the sweet harmony your family should find at the table each night. And you'll find that SCHLITZ Beer helps pkce this parade of food and fellowship! When grown-ups sight the bubbly, jewel bright shine of SCHLITZ in crystal glasses, the day's tension will give way to gay enjoyment. Watch con tentment light their fqfes as they sip the beer that made Milwaukee famous,—for it’s brewed with just the ness can mar its mellow, full-bodied flavor. Order SCHLITZ from your Food Market with your grocery order ... a gracious beverage for gracious diningl SCHLITZ’ is brewed by Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. i l Don't despair when your artistic tots cut pictures out of the new magazine before you’ve had m chance to read the stories on the back. Just stick them together again with ‘‘Scotch” Cellulose Tape. “Scotch” tape is clear as glass, so you can read right through it . . . and it sticks without mois tening! Once you've tried "Scotch” Tape, you’ll wonder how in the world you ever managed without it . . . from repairing torn books and photographs to sealing packages and holding the kitchen shelf paper in place. Find ‘‘Scotch” Brand Tape on any counter in a clever dis penser with a gay Scotch plaid de sign. 25c complete! 0~ree to Overweights! Arm you too fat? Then send for the FREE reducing booklet de signed for normal overweight and tuned to YOUR personal needs l If you’re an over-chubby Teen Ager, who burns up more energy than a grown-up, you'll want “Through the Looking Glass.” It’s a honey of a guide to losing weight —is written with a light and lively touch, has fascinating figure-helps and even “Date Night” food hints! If you’re a grown-up, you’ll want “Design for Reducing” ... a down to-earth guide to intelligent man aging of food that gives you a 1200 calorie diet for women and an 1800 calorie diet for men. Be sure to say WHICH booklet you want and address your request to Nancy Sasser, 271 Madison Ave., New York 16, N. Y. Send for your FREE copy today. A gift from the makers of RY-KRISP! Stomach — INI ^ Let the young “slimsters” have those airy foundations ... for they’re just so much “pouf” if there's a bulge or a little excess weight about your figure! What the mature figure needs is well-fit CONTROL . . . and that’s exactly what a P. N. PRACTICAL FRONT CORSET gives with such perfect comfort and ease! Try one on and see how the famous inner vest supports drooping stomach lines . . . see how quickly inches are cut from your waist, as weight is more evenly distributed. Watch how bulges are flattened and em barrassing “spread” is brought into smart and fashoinable lines. P. N. PRACTICAL FRONT CORSETS in new fabrics and fashionable styles are available at your Corset Shop!