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"Mums" the word in this slimming ond concealing two-toned wool jer sey with a full skirt thot will give your morole o wonderful lift. $25 Other dresses. $10.95 up. 1711 Eye Street N.W. Metrepeirten 9423 1 . Fascinating Feathers Make white with nat anl eetrtch and twisted «t engrain rihhan . . . in* trifabif hat to Uit far. ward to the gay manner. French bennet with hala •t feathers . . . rapt I rat ing and yeethfal. Jndtvtdval hatt made to order RATUDArU 7Ji ,,A Nw DAv^nilSAV^ri Millinery and Hat Blocker t 10CHELS , » f M, * >• W ♦4 ** « tv vi. -<*» i *' < 7 THE WONDER OF WINTER in a smart furred coat. Designed with flattering flange shoulders and a full Tuxedo of rich blue* dyed Muskrat. 100% virgin wool and heavily interlined. Winter white, blue, green, apricot brown. Sizes 10 to » SI 19.50 tMui Tax> 1010 F STREET N.W. «sS't!SS~* Tiait Oar fur Coat Department . , . Values from $$9.59 to $495 • -I MRS. SHEEHY. —Harris-Eiomg Photo. Helen L. McGuire Becomes Bride Of Mr. Sheehy Mr.1 and Mrs. Joseph Leo Sheehy, who were married yesterday morn ing. will make their home at 1414 Forty-fourth street after their wedding trip to Los Angeles. The bride was Miss Helen Lillian Mc Guire, daughter and Mr. and Mrs. David Joseph McGuire, and the bridegroom is a son of Mrs. Edward Sheehy and the late Mr. Sheehy. The ceremony was performed in St. Anthony’s Church, the Rev. John J. Dressel officiating and saying the nuptial mass. Mr. Thomas Cant well was the soloist during the mass. Mr. McGuire escorted his daugh ter to the sanctuary, where Mr. Sheehy and his best man, Mr. Edward E. Gallagher, awaited her. She wore ivory bridal satin trimmed with seed pearls and the long full skirt fell into a circular train. A halo of seed pearls held her finger tip veil and she carried a prayer book covered with gardenias. Mrs. Clarence Smith was matron of honor and the bride’s only at tendant. She was dressed in pow der-blue lace over taffeta, with matching hat and carried yellow pompons. Mr. David J. McGuire and Mr. Eugene T. McGuire, brothers of the bride, were the ushers. The reception and wedding breakfast were held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. McGuire in Green Meadows, after which Mr. and Mrs. Sheehy left for the West Coast. Mrs. McGuire was graduated from St. Cecelia’s Preparatory School in Englewood, N. J., and Mr. McGuire attended the University of Dayton and took his law degree from Georgetown University. LADY BERENDSEN, Who as the wife of the New Zealand Minister is chatelaine of the Legation, where she will entertain the members of the Chamber Music Guild at tea Wednesday from 5 to 7 o'clock. Lady Berendson is one of the active sponsors of the guild. -—Harrls-Ewing Photo. -BIST & CO ' pile-lined i He’ll slip into this sturdy jacket • and scurry off to school, feeling warm and well-protected from ' the elements. It’s made of water-repellent cotton poplin lined with thick alpaca pile woven on a cotton back. » Wool knit cuffs and bottom. fjf , Brown. Even sues 6 to 18 .. 13.50 ’ BEST & CO. 443) Connecticut Avenue N W I imenen 1700 •US STOP AT TMI »OOi Donald son-Casey Ceremony Is Held In Arlington White flowers, palms and lighted candles made a lovely setting at Cherrydale Methodist Church in Arlington yesterday afternoon for the wedding of Miss Colleen Casey of Washington and Mr. Earl Don aldson of Arlington. The Rev. Hedley Clews officiated. The bride, who is the daughter of Mrs. Mollie Casey, was given in marriage by her uncle, Mr. James R. Hughes of Cumberland, Ky. Her gown was a Persian design of ivory satin. The headpiece was a wreath of orange blossoms with a fingertip veil of illusion, and she carried a bouquet of cream roses, centered with a white orchid. Mrs. Zell Fields of Cumberland was matron of honor. She wore an olive green dress with a satin bodice and net skirt, and a gold Juliet cap. She carried a bouquet of matching chrysanthemums. The other attendants were Miss Clarann Headley and Mrs. Francis Waigand of Washington. They wore gold dresses, designed like that of the matron of honor's, and they carried ] bouquets of gold and rust chrysan-1 themums. j The best man was Mr. James Fix of Arlington, and the ushers were Mr. William Stalcup of Fairfax, Mr. Jack Cullen of Washington and Mr. Hugh Falconer of Arlington. A reception was held at the Ad miral Club immediately following the ceremony. Mrs. Donaldson is a graduate of Central High School and the bride groom was graduated from Wash ington-Lee High, and later attend ed Washington and Lee University. He is employed in Washington, and after the newlyweds return from their wedding trip to Canada they will live in Arlington. MRS. HUNGERFORD. —Underwood Photo, j “-* Announcement Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schroell of Washington announce the recent marriage of their daughter. Miss Mary Jane Schroell, to Mr. Mason G. Hungerford, son of Mrs. Louise Jones of Alexandria. The ceremony was performed in St. Gabriel’s Rec tory by the Rev. Louis W. Albert. Miss Elena Caporaletti was the maid of honor and Mr. Pergusson Hungerford was his brother’s best man. A reception followed at the Statler Hotel. After their wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Hungerford will reside in Washington. \ Special! Just Arrived! Limit doits In All the Popular Lengths_ More popular this season than ever be fore . . . and for good reason. Mouton is practical, water-repellent and hard | . wearing. It’s soft and warm; all the lush richness of beaver at a fraction of the cost of beave^. Moutons, fpr .. luxury ... at Baskin, the furrier every“ one is talking about. Corner 8th & G N.W. NAtionol 5522 KOP\ KAT presents CALIFORNIA STARLET CREPE DRESS Luscious California Vineyard Color*, 19.99 i* AN ENGLISH SHEFFIELD REPRODUCTION from RROM WELL'S SILVER COLLECTION It's BROMWELL'S for silver. Richly gleaming silver both old and new by leading silversmiths. -Such lovely things . . . doubly delightful because each and every item is practical and usable. AS ILLUSTRATED: 5-Pe. Quten Ann* T*o S*rric*_S240 Quetn Ann* Tray_JJ76 (Tax Inc.) A , Sketched from per stock . , . this handsome mink-dyed Russian marmot coat with the new adn burst back. Note the generous sweep brought about by the clever manipulation of skins. Note the very wide push-up sleeves. Siaes 11 to 2*. \ 9208.30 Hut Tax Convenient Payment Arrangemente - ’ • . ■ . .... II III 1 V rr * t Charge Accounts Invited — ■■ the Esther Shof? attires the little girls in casual fall togs A. All wool 2-piece novy jumper dress. Matching white cotton blouse. Em broidered coHor. Sizes 3 to 6. $7.98 Set I. Toddler's fine wale corduroy pinafore. Maize or blue. Sizes 2 and 3. $3.98 White rayon crepe blouse. Sizes 1 to 3. $1.98 C. All wool flan nel two - piece suit. Pleoted sus pender skirt, matching battle jacket. Grey, red or kelly green. Sizes 3 to 6. $8.98 D. All wool grey flannel slocks, self suspenders ond belt. Sizes 3 to 6x. $5.98 All wool sweat ers, various col ors, sizes 3 to 6x. $2.98 I. Red or blue fine wale corduroy slocks. Self suspender, sizes 2 to 6. $2.98 Fine .cotton interlock long sleeve polo shirts. White, blue, maize, and oquo. Sizes 2 to 6. $1.89 1225 F St. N.W. ^gggggJSxclusive Infants’ and Children’s W I i .