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Iz/Wi LYft« THE CAREER GIRLS* STORE Get-about. gad-about •uit! Flecked with a check —black and white; brown ' and white. Sizes 9 to 15. *4995 Come In! Get your copy of Emily’s fashion booklet for career girls! 1308 MW YpItK MRS. HOLSTEIN. —Harris & Ewing Photo. Miss Jane Allan Becomes Bride Of Mr. Holstein Miss Jane Allan, the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J Allan of Alexandria, was married Friday evening to Mr. Otto Adolph Holstein, the wedding taking place in the Washington Street Methodist Church. White gladioluses and lighted candles against banks of ferns and palms formed the setting for the ceremony, at which the Rev. H. P. Clarke officiated at 8:30 o'clock. Mr. Allan escorted his daughter and gave her in marriage. With her dress of white satin made with an off-shoulder bertha of lace and a long circular train, she wore a veil of illusion held by a pearl-rimmed Juliet cap of tulle and carried a shower bouquet of white roses. A gown of turquoise blue crepe was worn by Mrs Joseph M. Smith. jr„ with a veil, gloves and belt of coral, and Miss Mary Ansley Short and Miss Kate Alfriend. the brides maids, were costumed in mauve crepe with yellow' headdresses, gloves and belts. Mrs. Smith car ried a shower bouquet of coral roses and the bridesmaids’ bouquets w’ere showers of yellow roses. Mr. Holstein, who is the son of Mrs. Arthur Graham l*e Cain of Baltimore, had for his best man Capt. Courtney Saum, and those serving as ushers were Capt. Smith, husband of the matron of honor: Capt. Harold H. Lighthipe. Mr Paul N. Crocker and Mr. Charles Henry Smith, Jr. A descendant of one of the early families of Virginia, the bride is a graduate of Mary Washington Cok lege in Fredericksburg and' ,«M made her debut several season*#ago1 — - ■ ■ m Dinner and Dance A. Winter white crepe with gold jeweled buttons. Also in aqua and coral, $35.00 B. White crepe with gold braid and sequins on capped sleeves and pep lum. Also in aqua and coral, $39.95 Dresses come in sizes 10-18 Elizabeth Shepherd 3306 Reservoir Road Just Off Wisconsin Avenue Between Q and R Streets, Georgetown Michigan 3741 Open Wednesday Night Until 9:00 at a dance given by her parents at Gadsby's Tavern. The bridegroom, whose mother and Miss Norma McCain of Balti more were among the wedding guests, was graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute in Blacksburg. Mrs. McCain, Miss McCain and Mrs. Charles Muirhead assisted at the reception, which was given in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Allan. Later Mr. and Mrs. Holstein left for a trip South and on their return will make their home in Blacks burg. No vein her Wedding November 2 has been selected as the date of the wedding of Miss Anna Marie Hetchko and Mr, Roy Craig Cahoon of Arlington. Their engagement is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Emery Hetchko of Ben wood. W. Va. The bridegroom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton C. Calhoon of Swan Quarter, N. C. Residing Here Mr. and Mrs. Edmund I. Kauf mann and the former’s son, Mr. Robert Kaufmann, are making their home at the Hay-Adams House. They Jecently returned after spend ing the summer at Summit Springs, Me. Engagement Told MISS RICKER. No date has been set for the wed ding of Miss Vance Tennant Ricker District Traffic Rules General speed limit, 25 mi. per hour; alley speed limit, 7 mi. per hour; speed in school zone 15 mi. per hour; parking is prohibited under the following conditions: Within 40 feet of intersections; within 10 feet of fire hydrant; within 25 feet of stop or slow sign; within 20 fedf of bus stops. Change of address must be reported within 5 days. Equipment: Heod lights should be odjusted to reveal object size of child 200 feet. Use low beam for city driving; high beam for country driving. Horns must be audible distance of 200 feet. Foot brakes must be able to stop cor traveling at 20 miles per hour within 30 feet and within 60 feet with hand brake. 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