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I Young, romantic . » . pure I Latin lure against sun-kissed shoulders! Little drop-shoul der blouses, swirling samba skirts ... all in the coolest, finest, washable cotton your "Yanqui dollars" can buy. You'll thank "Suellen" all this tropical summer for cooling you off the South American way! Misses' ‘ 10 to 16. Sportswear, Third Floor SI ESTA-FRESH shirred chambroy blouse in oqua, l beige, blue, 6.50 : ___ Matching skirt of striped corded chambray, 6.75 FIESTA WHITE ruffled cotton blouse_5.95 Primitive black skirt with goy Mexican motif, 5.95 % Woodward & Lothrop 10th 11th F and <3 Streets Zone 13 Phone District 5300 Styled by Km*? leisure coats How pretty you look . . . and how at ease you feel ... in softly shim mering rayon satin, engagingly styled. Sizes 12 to 20. Side-panels and applique of blue, coral or rose against black..„$16.95 White flower garlands against lumi nous pink, blue or coral_ $19.95 Marriage License Applications Under D. C. laws, couples must apply for 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. Rlchaid Bearden. 21. 1211 filet pi. ■«., and Florence Yackosku, <1, 1820 Bel mont rd. n.w. Olan Pointer. 33, 1241 V at. s.e., and Orace Divvens. 36. 1333 Rldae pi. s.e. Herschel Gibson. 22, and Janice Baker. 24, both ol 621 Eye st. n.e. George Wharen. Jr.. 26, Andrews Field, and Matilda Gerhardt, 19, Alcott Hall, • West Potomac Park. Schuyler Ferris. 31. 1766 Massachusetts ave. n.w., and Irene Rush. 22. 2019 Eye st. n w. Charles Manos. 31, Army War College, and Lelda Fales. 24, Kansas Hall, Arlington Farms. Albert Vernon, 27, and Georgia Alexander, 28. both of Fort Belvolr Thomas Kirby. 26. Fort Belyolr. and Vir ejrtta Brown, 22, 44 K st. ne. James Rhyne. 29. 1903 Galea at. n.e., ijjuia Persons, 17, 602 Acker at.: n.e. , R^ ,i Tillery, 38, 1112 Harvard st. n.w., arul Etta McCargo, 27. 1839 Providence st. n e. John Mastous. 23. Charleston. W. Va..! and Edna Sansone, 19. Route 3. Alex andria. va. Mario Senas. 21, 1620 Fuller at. n.w . and! Phyllis Aplinston. 21, Idaho Hall, Arlms-! ton Farms, Va. Joseph colt-man. 22, Naval Receiving Sta tion, and Hazel Eades. 26. 1323 Chi ton st. n.w, Robert Morse, 31, 1918 N st. n.w., and Margaret Elsenberg, 26. 205 Brighton Hotel. California si. n.w. David Weinstein, 28, 313 H st. n.w., and Dorothy Dorfman, 27, 4812 5th st. n.w Stanley Grembocki, 31. and Sophie Bol larl. 33. both of Taylor, Pa. Douglas Newcomb. 28. 4412 New> Hampshire ave. n.w., and Dons Harbaugh, 23. 4417 New Hampshire ave. n.w. Floyd Frank, jr.. 18. 2218 13th at. n.e., and Joan Elder, 17. 1349 Adams st. n e. Henry Peterson. 31, 1133 13th at. n.w.. and Josephine Scott. 26, 3601 40th pi., Colmar Manor, Md. Joseph Doyle. 30, and Mary Koziara, 26, both of 3166 J7th st. n.w. Robert Polkinghorn. 31, 142 Ivanhoe st s w., and Gertrude Burch, 23. 1635 D st. n.w. XWUCI C OCUJIVUUIU. *T' ■)!!/ W. o ' Arlington, Va., and Elvina Fish, 23. 1707 Q st. n.w. Herbert Langley. 32, 1906 R st. n.w., and Evelyn Ginn. 21, 138 22d st. n.w. George Harley. 18. 1677 Montello ave n.e., and Almeda Johnson. IK Wake Hall, Twenty-first st. and Oklahoma ave. n.e. Otis Johnson. 31, 1401 Bangor st. se. and Catherine Key, 29. 1646 32na st. n.w. Lewis Thompson. 30. Carver Hall. 2nd and Eim sts. n.w . and Mary Celter, 31, 1919 3d st. n.w. Shelton Crumpler, Jr., 21, 404 Peabody st. n.e., and Thelma Benedict, 20, 1829 Trinidad ave. n.e. Robert Pitts. 36. and Jean Milsom. 18, both of Brandywine. Md. Issued at Rockville. Pete H. Sebastian, jr., 22, Cincinnati. Ohio, and Virginia Browning, 21, Terra Haute, Ind. Eugene Bell, 27. Washington, and Mollie Davis, 26. 8uffolk, Va. Jesse L. Day, 28, Gaithersburg, and Mabel E. Ricketts, 18. Rockville. Edward J. Larson. 26. McDonald. Ohio, and Mary E. Mussetter, 22, Germantown, Md. Louis E Lau, 38, Chicago, III., and Mary Mina Underwood, 32, Silver Spring James A Spencer. 22, and Lois J. Chad dock, 21. both of Bellalre. Ohio Donald Raymond De Witt. 20. and Cath erine Mary Reilly, 21, both of Washing ton. Robert S. Stone. 21. Fort Lauderdale. Fla., and Marie Ewanus. 21. Washington. r—rTXt LEATHER GOODS SINCE 1WI""1 FOR YOUR DOG We have a complete Una of collar*, harnesses, leads, muzsles and toys. All rea sonably priced. * LUTZ & CO. 1325 G Street N.W. Charge Accounts Invited I ■■■■.. ■■ ■ Births Reported John and Edna Basks, girl. Bruce and Elisabeth Buxton, girl. Harry and Dorothy Dooley, boy. Robert and Dorothy Flshow, boy. James and Mildred Goodard. girl. George and Peggy Godfrey, girl. James and Clara Grissom, girl. Joseph and Jean Higgins, girl. Melvin and Katherine Hottle, girl. Franklin and Agnes Jackson, girl. John and Oenevleve Kolonay, girl. Alfred and Rose Lear, girl. Claude and Vagll Lester, girl. James and Margaret Mead, boy. Joseph and Mariem McCully. girl. Perry and Marie Naylor, boy. Willard and Imogene Richardson, boy. RalDh and' Dorothy Shaffer, hoy. Howard and Patricia Btler, girl. ... 1 St*uL Ixtt niH&W LOOK FOR THEM ON NORCROSS greeting cards Charles and Kathryn Thomas, girl. Seorge and Nellie Wallace, girl. ohn and Retha Walsh girl. John and Nancy Wolford, boy. Eugene and Gladys Allen, girl. David and Lula Jackson, boy. Robert and Willie Johnson boy. Arthur and Grace Kelly, boy. Jamea and Mary Poindexter, girl. Paul and Luchia Williams, girl. Every American post office large i enough to have a canceling machine will soon be imprinting on mail: Buy lTnited States Savings Bonds. See Your Postmaster. Dies used before the war can be used again. PRESENTING MARIE NASH JACK POWELL GENE BAHT Bob Knight and bis orchestra , Nightly & Sunday ... *_»-•■ ■' •LI.’.: »;vr.;. .... s AIR CONDITIONED! Woodward & Loth rop 10»K 11tk F t«d Zom U P»0*v« DUtf'Ct 1)00 "Crystal Gazers" newest saddle oxfords by Sandler of Boston Look at the clear vinylite saddle and fore tell fun for your summer ... for your anklets' color shows through, to contrast with the soft white $^-50 elkskin. Sizes 4V2 to 9_ W&L—Girls' and Junior Misses Shoes, Second Floor. Woodward & Lothrop 10P411™ F and G Streets Zone 13 Phone district 5300 Pick of the Younger Crowd easy-to-wear casual clothes from The Boys' Store Junior Sports Coat . . . all-woo! with a small check and a light shadow plaid. In blue or tan. Sizes 6 m 12-$11.50 Long Pants, washable cotton gabardine with a faint herringbone twill pattern. Navy, tan and brown. Sizes 5 to 12-$3.65 Long-sleeve Sports Shirts—Sanforized (residual shrinkage less than 1 %), fine for school or under his favorite sports jacket. Yellow, blue or tan in sizes 8 to 18- —-$2.50 W&L—The Boys’ Store, Fourth Floor.