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LET US REPAIR OR RESTYLE YOUR OLD FUR COAT INTO THE LATEST STYLE THAT WILL LOOK LIKE NEW Prices are now the lowest of the year There is a difference when -you bring your furs to an expert like Mr. Schwartz, who knows his furs from A to Z. Mr. Schwartz, formerly with Zirkin and for the last few years operating his own shop, is a master furrier with 35 years' experience, and will personally examine your garment and give you his honest opinion whether or not it is worth the expense of repairing or remodel ing. Store your Furs in our CERTIFIED COLD STORAGE Vaults where they're fully protected against all risks. ScJumUfi7mSif/f Furrier for 35 Years NAtional 6346 Second Floor 704 13th Street N.W. Our Low Overhead Saves You Money for the Bride and her Anniversaries Wales presents with great pride a complete line of Cordey china in exquisite pas tels. Reproductions of famous Dresdenware masterpieces. (1) 10-in. Figurine..-!—$10.98 (2) Ash Tray_$4.98 (3) 11-in. Figurine_$19.98 (4) 8-in. Vase_$7.50 (5) 8-in. Bird_$12.98 (6) Wall Masque_$19.98 (7) 6-in. Figurine_$4.98 (8) Wall Bracket_$3.50 (9) Cigarette Box_$9.98 (10) Lamp, 24 in. high, com plete with handmade lace trimmed shade_$79.98 Decorators 1219 G St. N.W. From the GOWN SALON Second Floor “Gabrielle”_ a Jenkins Original. Navy rayon crepe, in spired by the Grecian chiton .... carries out the theme in a Greek Key motif of gold kid appliqued on its wide belt. $139.95 Store your furs with Erlebacher Call NAtional 7286 -1210 F Street N.W_ MRS. CUR1LLA. —Underwood, Photo. Th^ wedding of Miss Rosella A. Vivori, daughter of Mrs. John A. Vivori, sr., of Washington to Mr. John G. Curilla, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Curilla, sr„ of Hazelton, Pa., took place recently in St. Gabriel's Church. The Rev. Lewis Albert officiated in the presence of the immediate families and close friends, and a small reception followed at the home of the bride’s mother. Mrs. John A. Vivori, jr., sister of the bridegroom, was the matron of honor and her husband, who is a brother of the bride, was best man. Other attendants were Miss Mary V. Vivori, sister of the bride, and her cousin, Miss Dorothy Endrizzi. The ushers were Mr. George Curilla, jr., and Mr. George Chura. The bridegroom recently returned from service with the Army in the Southwest Pacific area. He and Mrs. Curilla are at present residing at 4501 Georgia avenue. I Miss Jahn to Wed Mr. H. R. Kasvin \ Mr. and, Mrs. Carl Joseph Jahn are announcing the engagement of j their daughter, Miss Rose Lorraine 1 Jahn, to Mr. Harry Richard Kasvin ; of Racine, Wis., and Chicago. The wedding will take place the latter part of June and Mr. Kasvin and his bride will make their home in Chicago. Miss Jahn was graduated from Sacred Heart Academy and attend ed Dunbarton College. She formerly was an editorial assistant in the Research Institute of America and recently resigned her post as sec retary to Representative William J. Green of Pennsylvania. Mr. Kasvin is a commercial artist with the W. Q. Kling Associates in GLOGAU PHOTOGRAPHERS 7109 Wisconsin Ave. Bctheido Telephone Wise. 3320 Famout For Outttanding BRIDAL PORTRAITS Chicago. He received his training at the Art Institute and the Amer ican Academy of Art in Chicago and at Columbia University in New York. His work on training films and other material in the Training Aids Division of Army Ordnance during the war won high commenda tion. Announcement Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gildenhorn have announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Blanche Gil denhorn, to Mr. Howard Speisman, son of Mrs. Tina Speisman of New York. Miss Gildenhorn is attending George Washington University. She is a native of the District of Co lumbia. Mr. Speisman recently was dis charged from the Navy, in which he served as first-class petty officer. The wedding will take place in the autumn and Mr. Speisman and his bride will make their home In Washington. WANTED TO BUY For Our Diecriminating Clientele ★ Antiques ★ Silver ★ Bric-o-Broc ★ Jewelry ★ China Bronres ★ Ivories if Glassware ★ Furniture if Rugs Antique—Modern—Oriental TihMej/Galhtw (ESTATES APPRAISED) 1100 Wisconsin Ave. ADsms 6476 gksud oflbeauty Just Received! New Shipment GOSSARD 15-16-18 Inch Girdles Smart New Satin Rayon Girdles with firm French-type elastic Keeps you in line so you con wear your pretty new wardrobe with ease and comfort. EXQUISITE UPLIFT BRASSIERES to match—satin with lace trim ming and satin with piquot trim ming. 7.95 to 22.50 MARY SIMPSON of Jean Matou CONNICTICUT AVINUC AT M Also on Sale In Our New Bcthesda Store I Jean Matou Connecticut /Jve. at M Street Bethcsda Branch—7115 Wisconsin Avenue The Continental . Serene beauty . . , consummate poise ... in this Phillipa Macdonald original. Midnight blue rayon crepe with a back-drop peplum that ripples free . . . accented with lace inserts 119.95 Orestes—Second Floor 'Wt JlL \ \ We were the salesmen with a maximum of / energy and a minimum of shoes .. .and / after saying “no” so many times^a day, I' "e "ere likely to talve on a \one that* ' U_M .. X «ounded more like “no, no a thousand / times no! Those of you who knew us . i better, knew it wasn’t always thus. ' / Now, things are changing... there are / more shoes coming in to our stores, daily, /. r... now, there are tangible plans to . / improve our facilities for better service. / ^So, soon yon will enjoy all those niceties l and pleasantries that make shopping a lark and thus experience THE QUALITY OF SERVICE YOU EXPECT OF T. MILLER, Second of a seriei 1222 F Street. X. W.