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ATLANTIC CITY, M. J. RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY. N. 3. *)t % TOiae 7<* “Plan Swify ✓ THE HOTELS OF City wish to help you secure accommodations of the type and—if possible—at the time you prefer. Because of the increasingly heavy demand this season it is wise to write your choice of the-hotels listed below as early as you can conveniently do so. HOLMHURST JEFFERSON LAFAYETTE MADISON MARLBOROUGH BLENHEIM MAYFLOWER ’ MONTICELLO MORTON Jun« 14 PRESIDENT RITZ-CARLTON SEASIDE SENATOR SHELBURNE TRAYMOR* AMBASSADOR BELVEDERE BREAKERS BRIGHTON CAROLINA CREST CHELSEA CLARIDGE COLTON MANOR Op^n May 15 COLUMBUS CRILLON DENNIS FLANDERS Madison Omrltakint Ocean at IJUmuVtia. ATLANTIC CITS' Enjoy on Extended Spring Visit at Attractive Rates AMERICAN & EUROPEAN PLANS Daily Concerts Open A Closed Sun Decks JOHN B. HOLLINGEB, Gen. Mrr. +WAST0R S. Connecticut Ave., Atlantic City AS LOW AS (For Two Persons) $350 FOR FULL SUMMER SEASON EUROPEAN PLAN Dining Room a la carte and table d'hote Hot Salt Water Baths HOTEL ATLANTIC CITY pNo. Carolina Ave. Near Beacb Modern • Fireproof AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS Sun Deck and Solarium JOHN R. KERSEY Manager Telephone Atlantic City 5-3251 Botftl or ton JUNE 14 with new features for your | convenience and enjoyment. Modified American Plan • European Pill BELL & COPE Ou-nerthip— Management Virginia Are. near the beach Atlantic City 4-5221 • Inquiries Invited 8 We are now accepting Me- \\\\ morial Day resertations on European plan, and summer reservations (July, August. September) on American and European plans. Excellent food, music and entertainment features ON THE ROARnYTALK ATLANTIC OTT JOHN F. SANDER SON G*nmal Manager tied ZlMM BY-THE-SE A Memorio/ Day, May 29-Junt 2 A long weekend rest at the Seaside. Sun bathing. Board walk fun. Dancing in. the convivial;. Surf 'N Sand Room. UK Connecticut Atenve, NAtionel ttIO THE HOTEL E. J. McNEUIS, Mgr, ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. Canton 115 So. Pa. Ave., Atlantic City "Most Pleasant—for Spring" CONTINENTAL PLAN Dining Room Open for Memorial Day HOTEL “ DENNIS ATLANTIC CITY Ob tka Boardwalk at tka Ocaaa'l adga AMEBIC AN a ad ETJHQPEAN PLAN SWING BOOMS VTALTXB I. BTJTBT, INC SHELBURNE FOR BETTER VACATIONS Cheerful guest rooms, Boardwalk sun decks overlooking beach and ocean, friendly Shel burne service. FAMOUS SHELBURNE GRILL THE Paul Aruawaldm, Mgr. CITY On the Boardwalk ATLANTIC CITY Everything for your rpring piemenre at tbe newly beautiful Mayflower. Bank on spacious nun deck*. . . . Enjoy delicious food and superb aarw* ire. . . . Rewel in the gay Holiday Room. . . . Sea water in baths. . . . Most convenient location on' tbe Boardwalk. . . . Garage adjoins Hotel. C. Henry I.&ndow Managing Director ^Boardwalk’s most delightful location—with all the long-famous Traymore features and services. KENNETH W. BAKES General Manager LEONARD 6. RUNDSTROM Resident Manager - '/Jie IKAYMORI 3 ATLANTIC CITY •SSiJJBSW.TvB^'' y-Sp^. I ONI OF ! *; ki IftfS’ Out of the Service and at your service beginning May 15th Ready again to serve you well—hospitable Colton Manor, where good living is traditional. 250 inviting rooms. Sea water baths. Ship's Sun Deck. Playtime Room. Delectable , food. Booklet. PAUL AUCHTER • GENERAL MANAOIA The Traveler's Notebook (continued From Page D-14.) and August 31, covering- the same route, with variations. * * * * Riding stables will be operated this summer in three of West Vir ginia’s six State-operated vacation parks, the State Conservation Com mission’s Division of Parks has an nounced. These are Cacapon, a few miles from the Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania borders, in Morgan County; Watoga, in Pocahontas County, and Lost River, in Hardy County. Cabins in the State parks opened for vacationers April 27, coinciding with the beginning of the trout sea son. and while the full recreational facilities will not be under way untit June 1, many fishing parties were signed up for accommodations the first day. , West Virginia boasts that vaca tloners "rough It smooth" In the State parka, the cabins having elec tricity, hot and cold water, showers, bedding and linens, cooking uten sils and dishes. The china was manufactured by a West Virginia plant especially for the park sys tem. Some pieces bear the State seal, while others have outdoor scenes. Swimming is among the more popular pastimes in each park. Wa toga, with an 11-acre lake, is flanked by the Greenbrier river, well-known fishing stream. The park also has a large deer herd, and each year the commission sets aside a period in which deer can be hunted with bow and arrow. Other West Virginia parks hav ing cabins are Babcock, just ofT U. 8. highway 60 in Payette County; Holly River, in Webster County, and Droop Mduntaln, in Pocahontas County. Weddings Forecast By Announcement's Being Made Today Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Moody ol Williamsburg, Va., formerly of Be thesda, announce the engagement ol their daughter, Miss Adra Evelyn Moody, to Mr. "W. Dwight Thomas son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L Thomas, of Williamsburg. Miss Moody attends Richmond Professional Institute, where she ii majoring in fashion illustration. Sh« is a graduate of Bethesda-Chev\ Chase High School and attended the College of William and Marj for two years before transferring U the branch of the college in Rich mond. Mr. Thomas, who recently was discharged from the Army Ail Force, will attend business school ir Richmond until the fall, when shi will enter William and Mary College. The engagement of Miss Ann Elizabeth Brlansky to Dr. Michael J. Conlon is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Brlansky of Johnstown, Pa. Dr. Conlon Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Con lon of this city. The prospective bride is a grad uate of Johnstown High School and will be graduated in June from Georgetown University School of Nursing. Dr. Conlon is a graduate of St. John’s College, Georgetown Univer sity and Georgetown University School of Dentistry, where he now is a member of the faculty. Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Gallagher of Chevy Chase will entertain at a cocktail party this afternoon, when they will announce the engagement of the former's sister. Miss Mary Jane Gallagher, to Maj. Marsh S. Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Thomson Marshall of Los Angeles. Miss Gallagher, who is the daugh RESORTS. OCEAN CITY, N. J. \OlV lor lime} Make that Reservation Today Hotel £ Guest Home List an<f I Beautiful Booklet on Request BUREAU or PUBLIC RELATIONS • CITY HALL OCEAN CITY NEW JERSEY "jlmnics V (jttsltsl 1 Oitmt HOT Sts Wsttr Bstbs — sn txtIssivt btmcb front btltlftsturt. MODIFIED AMERICAN * EUROPEAN PLANS Dimitry Laws Obtmrvmd i Esrly Rtimrtims SuggrUtd K"\ Mas Malsaart, Mac. Mr. ^ BOARD WALK * AtlMRIC CUT i RITZ* CARLTON ATLANTIC CITT • The Ritz, the Boardwalk and the Sea — the right combination for a Spring or Summer vi»it. • Every room with ocean view. • Ritz cuisine and Ritz service. '/ttcVUf-g*- &04Ut d BAR and GRILL ★ New Ownership Management HAMISON COOK, Manefer WILDWOOD, N. J. RESORTS. CAPE MAY. N. I. COLONIAL—STAR VILLA On Cape May, N. 3. Beach Front Choice ReservaUoni available June 1 to 21. American Plan Owner thip-management—RAY FITE. Mar. WILDWOOD, N. J. safes* W0RLt> 5 8CACH at tow WotjtowmI fhti fumener Modern hotels and cottages. Writ* Bureau of Pijblic Relation* for Booklet and Holtt and ! Apartmei*4 Djrettofy WILDWOOD Bf-tht-5eo«NEW JERSEY TdArt(ds j*iesji&T "Be.etcA. ft L U E S » HOTEL GARRIGUES SctwIffafCr & Pacific Avc., Wildwccd, H.J. Tfi Vh Newly furnished. Hot & cold voter. Neor Beoch. Center of oil omusements. Free bothing. Write for folder. O GARR1GUES HOTEL DAYTON Wildwaad t Atlantic Av*., Wildwaad, N.i. v Americon & European plan. Spa* clous lobby & porches. Elevator. Ere* bathing. Bloch to Beach & Boardwalk. Write (or (older. > O, GAKRIGUES HOTEL SEVILLE Octaii at Maplt A »#., Wildwtod, N.J. c ■ eoutitul lobby, londscoped ter* race. Dining room. American & European plan. 50 (eel to Beach. Free bathing. Writ# for folder. F. GARRIGUES HOTEL SEASIDE A WildwMd'Av* WildwMd, Wildweed't Mo»t Popular Pom* ily Hotel. American 2 meal plon. Neor Beach. Boardwalk, all ot* tiviti*i. Free bolhing. Writ# for folder. X. CARRIGUES | THE TIDES 6 Omm. CMlfsrtaMs. It—wikis w// rnn 305-307 E. PINE AVE., WILDWOOD. N. J. Half block to beach. Central to aU activities. Restaurant in Hotel—Free Parklnf. Write HELEN M. KAY, Owner-Manaser, Newly Renovated 111 E. CEDAR AVE. WILDWOOD, N.J. Modern—* few fee# to •eocfc, toordwoffc end Amoiemenfi. tee 10 noble, f. W S. ftKDff, Pro*. MARYLAND HALL Wildwood Ave.. at Beach. Wildwood. N. J. Brick construction. Center to all attrac tions. Clean, modernly furnished rooms. Runninr water. Private baths. Roselyn A. Hayes. Prop. Home of Lew's Famous 8teak House Memorial Day Special 4 Day*, Thun., Fri., Sat., Sun. «► per person, J In room. Includes all meals. AMERICAN 2-MEAL PLAN Dining Room Under JOHN S. McALLISTER Management Bathing from hotel. Free parking. Cocktail Lounge, Supper Club, Music WILDWOOD’S LARGEST OCEAN FRONT HOTEL LOW JUNE RATES • Folder on Request MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW Wildwood Manor ter of Mr. Edward Gallagher of this city and the late Mrs. Gallagher, Is a graduate of Immaculata Seminary and secretary to Representative James J. Delaney of New York, Maj. Marshall received his degree In chemical engineering and served overseas with the 93d Chemical Mortar Battalion of the 3d Army. He presently Is on duty In the Di rectorate of Research and Develop ment, Office of the Chief of the Chemical Warfare service. Prior to overseas service he was graduated from the Command and General Staff School at Port Leavenworth, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. J. Herbert Cuff of Ashton, Md., announces the engage ment of their daughter, Miss Dor othy Sallows Cuff, to Lt. (j. g.) Thomas Delos Poster, Medical Corps, U. S. N. R., son of Mrs. J. H. A. Poster of Cornell, Wis„ and the late Dr. Poster. Miss Cuff attended the Washing ton School for Secretaries and now is employed In a law office. Lt. Poster is -a graduate of the Uni versity of Wisconsin and George Washington University Medical School. A wedding In August is being planned by Miss Virginia Garland Powell, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fenner Drayton Powell of Chevy Chase, are announcing her engage ment to Mr. Sidney Dealy Bhtter fleld, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. But terfield, also of Chevy Chase. The bride-elect will be graduated this month from Western Maryland College, where she Is a member of Delta Sigma Kappa Sorority. Mr. Butterfield, who recently was dis charged following two and a half years’ service with the Army over seas, now Is attending American University where he Is a member of Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity. Mrs. J. C. Grabarkewltz of Fergus Falls, Minn., announces the engage ment of her daugher, Miss June Victoria Grabarkewitz, to Aviation Chief Machinist Mate John H. Bar num, U. S. N., of Washington. The bride-elect has been with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for more than three years. Mr. Bar num, who is the son <ff Mrs. Walter R. Gordon of New York and Mr. Harris W. Barnum of Hillandale, Md., now is stationed in Miami. The couple plan to marry in early June. Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Affourtit of the engagement of their daughter, Miss Gloria Theresa Affourtit, to Mid shipman Arthur Francis McGrail, RCCHEL’S 1010 F St. N.W. Opvotitt Woodward and Lothrov't * OR.IGINAL IFor a coo! summer this the shoulders ond all eyelet embroidered dress of princess lines with cape sleeves buttoned on down the front. In black with gold trim, lime or red. Sizes 9 to 15. $10.95 EXCEPTIONAL CAMP for boys 6-16—The famous Camp Minnehaha in the.Alleghenyj Mountains. West Virginia: life saving, rid-1 In*, music and all camp crafts and activi-1 ties: swimming instructor selected from Washington. This same camp was chosen by the Red Cross for their National AouatiC: School. Limited reservations now being accepted R weeks. $300 Beautiful cata logue. Write S.'G. THOMAS. Put. n w.; LAUGHING MEADOWS CAMP FOR GIRLS j between the ages of 6 and 12 years. All camp activities including riding and swim mi njt _a t jth isjj a yeam p for girl. WI, 1054.; cX*|* EMORY FOR GIRLS, rt^l£ year*, ini hlUargif ModtRt Co., Md. Dramatics, rid ing:, wimming. all camp activities; strong staff of experienced counselors. Give your child a vacation in the country. Informa tion, write CONSTANCE C. MULLINS, Damascus, Md. Damascus 3831._• SHOHOLA—A boys’ camp in Pennsylvania: 2,000 ft. alt., Pocono Mts., Greeley. Pa. Bo/s, 7-14; well-equipped cabins, pvt. lake, horses: 260 mi. Wash., D C.: chaperoned train group. Balanced progrem, land and water sports; experienced leaders: cata logue. Frank Barger, SIDWELL FRIENDS SCHOOL. 3001 Wis. ave.. Wash. 16. D. C. WO. 0963 or OL. &320. _| r—■ m ■ A GOOD CAMP builds a stronger nation FREE ADVICE SUMMER * CAMPS ALSO SCHOOIA Br experienced eon* 0 unltanta tram the * Oldest Cmp and School Advisory Serv lea la Waahlncton. WASHINGTON SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION 814 18th St. N.W. Phone: RE. 1LRS For Appointment CAMPS TRED AVON AND AVALON For Boys For Girin On historic Eastern Shore of Maryland Swimming, sailing, riding Camp craft all land sports, dramatics. Registered nurse. Professionally trained adult coun selors. 8 weeks. Write or phone Mr. Thomas Burckes, 1214 S Thomas street Arlington. Va. Glebe 44Q<>. Ext 102. CAMP WAREDACA FOR BOYS—A day camp for boys between the ages of 5 and 14 years that is a real camp in the country near Bethesda. Md. Horseback riding, swimming, crafts, athletics and science WI. 7710)._ CAMP MONTROSE—20th season: girls 5 to 12 yrs: gentile. One hour from D. C. Swimming, riding, etc. Churches near. Season of 8 weeks. SI90; no extras. Cata logue. MR. AND MRS. L. A. RANDALL. Clarksville. Md. LONGFELLOW CAMP—Severn River, near Annapolis, Md.: Boys, 7-14; June 29 to August 24. Riding, water sports, all camp activities. Booklet upon request. Reese L. Sewell, director. LONGFELLOW SCHOOL FOR BOYS, OL. 6100, Bethesda, Md. Just a Few More Openings Camp Munsee, far Boy* 6 to 16, in Poconos, Pa., 1,400 ft. altitude i;itrm-modrrn. mil mthlctlcm mnd water sports, arts and crafts, dramatics, etr. Directed by 3 school teachers with over •JO years’ campinr experience. Excel lent Jewish-American cuisine. Tuition, $150 complete. For Further Information Call Taylor 2112 Evenings._• GAMP ARROWHEAD Owned and conducted by Lt. Cel. Ralph I. Sasse, head coach of West Point football team for 3 years. Boys 7-14. In pine woods on sheltered Rehoboth Bay near ocean. Cruises, swimming, fishing, riding. Arts and crafts. Woodcraft, nature study. Bungalows. Inclusive fee. Booklet. Lt. Col. Ralph I. Sasse, Dir., R.FJD.. Lewes. Del. Slimmer Camp Opening at CONGRESSIONAL SCHOOL June 16—September 1st Daily trips to the farm, where your child will live in the great outdoors; making bird trails, participating in competitive sports, picnics and over night camping trips. X Swimming in the school’s y pool; handcraft instruction, dramatics and music. Hot dinner at noon—Transportation furnished Limited number vacancies—Register Now Congressional School—1401 12th St. North Arlington, Va. Oxford 1222 PARSONS COUNTRYSIDE CAMP DAY AND ROARDING Mr. and Mrs. Parent Are cordially invited to inspect Washington's newest camp for your Son ond Daughter from 3 to 12. Situated on_five acres of ground In a country atmosphere. This retreat will assure your child of a wonderful Summer as I have planned a camp program that includes daily swimming, pony riding, physical education, tennis, dancing, Summer theater and planned trips under the supervision of trained counsellors. Staff doctor ond trained staff to supervise health. daily program includes transportation from any section of Washington and suburbs. Boarding program, minimum two weeks through three months. SUMMER CAMF , June 17 to September 15 REGISTER NOW 9401 Georgia Avenue SH. 1674 RUTH PARSONS Jr., son of Mr. McGrail of Brockton, Mass. The prospective bride attended Saint Jean de Baptiste School in New York and was graduated from Immaculate Conception Academy in Washington. She now is a topo graphic draftsman at the hydro graphic office in Maryland. Midshipman McGrail will be com missioned in the Marine Corps fol lowing his graduation from the United States Naval Academy in June and will be stationed in Quan tico. Mr. and Mrs. Ermin C. Patrick of Garrett PaJlc, Md., are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Miss Eloise Patrick, to Mr. John L. Dreese, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Dreese of Kent, Ohio. Miss Patrick, who will be grad uated in June from Wilson Teach ers’ College, is a member of Who'a Who in Colleges and Universities to ft the United States. Active in various college organisations, she is presl- * dent ot the Twenty Club. Mr. Dreese was graduated in ab sentia from Kent State High School, having left for Army Air Corps training in January, 1943, and be ing commissioned a second lieu tenant. He now is enrolled at Mary land University. The engagement of Miss Emily Dearborn Marsden to Mr. John H. Verkouteren, jr., has been an nounced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Marsden of Chevy Chase. Mr. Verkouteren is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Verkouteren, also of Chevy Chase. Your curves are individual . . . they’re YOU! Enhance them with the smooth, slimming fit of a Barbizon "Body Contour”* slip-a slip designed to fit the width and depth of your curves, as well as your height. To be sure of your "Body-Contour”* size, ask for the 59 second slip-analysis at the Barbizon Department of your favorite store. Sizei 12 to 20 Average Slender -Little Miss" Sizes 9 to IS Petite Short Sieet 36 to 44 Toil Large "Little Lodr" Sites 33 to 4S Short Plomp czpn. "BODY-CONTOUR"* SLIPS •Rh. u. s. Pit off. 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