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To Maj. Star key The marriage of Mies Marv Vir ginia Carlisle. daughter of Mr. Charles A. Carlisle of this city and the late Mrs. Carlisle, to Maj. Ar thur W. Starkey. U. 8. Α., son of Mr. and Mrs! T. T. Starkey of Hampton, Va„ took place Friday In th'e Memorial Chapel at the Army Medical Center. Chaplain Howell Guin officiated at the 4:30 o'clock ceremony, which was followed by a reception at the Kênnedy-Warren. Mrs. Margaret Β rice played the wedding music on ' the organ and accompanied Mr. • Robert Nicholson, who aang sev I eral solos. ; The bride was given in marriage by her father and attended by Miss ; ! Charlotte Ridgewell ω maid of hon- I or and Miss Jeanne Donovan and Mrs. Margaret Fridell. Mr. Wayne1 H. Starkey served as best man for his brother, and the ushers were; Lt. Col. Thomas J. Bo wen, Maj. Samuel Yarchin, Maj. William N. Harris and Maj. Robert M. Whlten ton. The bride wore a gown of white duchess satin and a finger-tip veil draped from a headdress of white ostrich plumes. She carried a satin - covered Bible overlaid with an or chid and ribbon streamers. The maid of honor wore a gown of pale green moire with a matching head dress and lace mitts and carried a bouquet of American beauty roees. The other attendants wore pale pink moire taffeta gowns-and headdresses with lace mitts and carried deep pink roses. Following a wedding trip to Flor ida and New Orleans the newly married couple will reside In Ithaca, Ν. Y., where the bridegroom will take a refresher course at Cornell University as part of the Army's training program. Maj. Starkey was graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute before entering the serv ice and in September will continue studying for his master s degree at Cornell. He hus been attending the Engineers' School at Fort Belvoir. Mrs. Starkey is a graduate of George Washington University. Will Be Married In Late Spring WtÊtÊÊttHIÊÊttÊ» ta MISS SHERMAN. —Bradford-Bachrach Photô. The engagement of Miss Dale Valerie Sherman to Mr. Brooks W, Setzer, Jr., is announced by Miss Sherman's parente, Mr. and Mrs. Val C. Sherman of Kenwood. Miss Sherman is a graduate of the University of Maryland and has re cently returned from a visit of two months in Mexico. Mr. Setzer was graduated from Flshbume Military School and at tended Wake Forest College He aJso is « graduate of the United States Merchant Marine Academy and served more than two years overseas as a Junior grade lieutenant in the Navy. The wedding will take place in the late spring. MRU. αΤΑΚκΕΧ. Harris & Ewing Photo. Dulce May Watson, Richard Ryder Wed The marriage of Mies Dulce May Watson, daughter of Maj. and Mrs. Robert Mayes Watson, to Mr. Rich ard Hasklns Ryder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Francis Ryder of Cotuit, Mas·., took place yesterday at 4:30 o'clock in the Memorial Chapel at the Army Medical Center. Chaplain George D. Lessley offici ated at the ceremony, which was followed by a reception in the offi cers' club. Mrs. Lawfèhce Brice played the nuptial music on the organ and ac companied Miss Margaret Oowdy of Los Angeles, who sang. Miss Oowdy came from Rochester, Ν. Y., where she is a student at the Eastman School of Music and where she was a classmate of the bride last year. Maj. Watson escorted his daugh ter to the altar, where she was met ! by the bridegroom and his best man, ; Mr. Edson Scudder of Cotuit. She; wore a gown of ivory satin with aj fingertip veil of illusion draped from ! a coronet of fresh orange blossoms. Her shower bouquet was of bride roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Virginia Ryder of Washing ton and Cotuit, sister of the bride groom, was maid of honor, and Miss Margaret Pulton of Hamden, Conn.. vu bridesmaid. They vara gowns «ad cermets of pale great taffeta with matching lace mitts and carried bouquets of yellow roses and blue iris. Ensign Harry A. Watson. U. S. N., brother of the bride, and Mr. Clif ford Gilmond of Hamden seated the wedding guests. , Following a honeymoon in New York, the newly married couple will go to Providence, where the bride groom is attending Brown University, following three years' service in the field artillery. They will reside in Cotuit during the summer. The bride was iraduated from Christian College, in Columbia. Mo., and majored in piano when she attended the Eastman School of Music. Her father is on duty at the Array Medical Center. Miss, Manchester Engaged to Wed A summer wedding is planned by Miss Yetta Manchester and Mr. Sydney Staffln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Staffln of Philadelphia. Their engagement is announced by Mrs. Joseph Manchester of Washington. The bride-elect is a senior at Wilson Teachers College and is president of her class. She was elected to Who's Who Among Stu dents in American Universities and Colleges. Mr. Staffln, who served in Europe with the* 8th Army, now is attend ing Benjamin Franklin University and will graduate in June. Visitors Here Mrs. Harry Groesberg and her young daughter of Cleveland are visiting Mrs. Groesberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Prank. Mrs. A. Lincoln Ooodkind and her daughter, Ann, of Chicago are guests of the former's son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Herbert Hahn. SELF-HYPNOSIS FOR SELF-HELP But «μγομΑ to mb-eoueton Powerful Harmltu Lassons private. Pet mint cad Ml. 4100 before aaoa. Spring costume of pure silk print, worn under α coat of electric blue, designed to match any dress in your wardrobe. $235. RiziioBrck "^H^adJunatan.—.y not comr/curJpmuE */ d l. BROMWELL 710 12th St. N.W.—Just Above G 'TALL GALS" Lead the SPRING PARADE in Repeat performance for "Tall Gals"—another shipment of those favorite height heels, especially designed for the tall girl ... in black summer doeskin. (Bags la Match) Sixes 9Vt to 11, $1M Extra 1101 Conn. 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Naturel Silver Fox Jackets from $150 Natural Grey Kidskin Jacket!., from $175 Mink and Sable-dyed Siberian A9AA Squirrel Jackets from cf»'NI Lynx-dyed White Fox Jackets-- from Let-Out Dyed Chine Mink Jackets $200 Black, Irown, Grey and Cham pagne-dyed American Broadtail ΟΟΚΛ (proc. lamb) Jackets from 5350 $575 Dyed Fitch Jackets 8600 Natural Ranch Mink Jacketi ..... $1250 Natural Wild Mink Jackets .... $1500 Natural Stone-Marten Jackets... ... $2000 all prices plut tax fVdpiUil Fur Shop f |20« G NTH Ut — -- ' "·*·■» ■■»·■ MTintuntio r-Λη Aortrv on \'n « r?t> MASTER FURRIERS FOR OVER 37 YEARS Your Spring Ensemble Enhanced by the Flattery of a Fine FUR SCARF Symbol of elegance this spring is the luxurious fur scarf, to adorn your important fashions. Sperling furs mirror beauty and loveliness, and reflect quality at a moderate price. NATURAL MINK 30. STONI MARTIN 75. RUSSIAN SABLE 100. Prices Per Skim Plus Tax 709 13 ST. N.W. H . HATS TO YOUR HEART'S * * *1 x DESIRE!" Hundred* of lovely hate All the AMBASSADOR HAT SHOP, recently opened near the Ambassador Theater. And prices range from (5 to $18. Ifcey also design hata— and make filmy bridal veils and exquisite brides AMÎASSADOI 18th ST. N.W. Phone NO. 2209. « TT'S A GREAT AMERICAN * * * L CUSTOM" — this sudden excitement over fashion models. And It offers many girls the opportunity of embarking on a (ô>'/ new and ex "" riting career. If you're wonder ing how to go about it—simply stop up and talk to Phyllis Bell—and con sult her about the Fashion Modeling Course. At PHYLLIS BELL'S "IDEA L" SCHOOL, you will learn the Une points in figure-improvement, make-up. clothes, and etiquette. You will learn how to walk on a runway, and pose for photogra phers. Convenient tuition plan: $10 upon registration; the balance in small weekly payments. Second floor—604 11th ST. N.W. Classes daily from 12:30 to 8:30. Phone NA. 8084. -P/fKLUS PILL'S1 Γ sagsasEgacft 1 DUllf 1 I Your kitten ο· the heerfti has JJ the right idee. Uninhibited by | the niiet of decorum — the •S-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-s! After « snooze by the fire she stretches confortable, fore and eft — digging her claws inta your best rug—and indulges m a soul satisfying yawn. Even when she plays, stalking a catnip baN or rubber mouse—she stretches. And Pussy, like ell felines, il famous for her grace. The wise old girl has stretched her way to relaxation and suppleness. Once upon a time, we used to exercise merely as a way to work off extra pounds. Today, we stretch for suppleness. Only a few minetes—once, twice, perhaps three times a day. Remember your cat. She does it for fun. r\ ι [ 1<mson » PREDICATED TO THE " PROPOSITION" _ to make you & far more interesting and charming young woman!" ITiat'e the pur pose of the PEARL AT· Κ I Ν β Ο Ν SCHOOL. If you are pri marily Interest ed In Improving yourself — you will enjoy the excellent Self Improvement Course. It will. In time, help you overcome shyness. Improve your figure, teach you the fine points of make-up aod style sense, and endow you with graee and nice manners. Tllere is also another course in Fashion Model ing .. . one in Speech and Rhythm .. . and still another In Dramatics. Consult Pearl Atkinson. For an appointment , . . phone NO. 6171, between 1 and 9 p.m. 1365 CONN. AVE. ... at Dupont Circle. « DUT A BRIGHTER "SUN* " —in Sunday Dinner!" Yew 11 be entranced Wiethe charm of OLD NEW ORLEANS—with Its grandeur, excellent food, and distin guished a t m ο s phere. Sunday dinner is served from 1:30—and you can dine and dance in the Sarerac Room from 8:30 until closing (no cover charge). Superb steaks and wonderful creole specialties. 1314 CONN. AVE. Phone RE. 7J64. ÔL0 NEW ORLEANS Clair· Millinery I « 'TOUCH OF GLAMOUR!'· I * * * Those enchanting and unique headdresses, made of flow· ers, feathers or ribbon—on straw cloth ... are per fect for daytime or evening. You'll And a gay array of them at CLAIRE MILLINERY . . . Room 501 at 1105 Ο ST. N.W. Claire is so very clever. Let her design and make a spring bonnet in straw, felt or fabric—or redesign last year's hat. EX. 671T. ♦♦♦♦♦♦ « A STITCH IN TIME"—is an accomplishment! YouH enjoy the wonderful new "Stitch-Master," the amazing a 11 a c hment that is revo lution^ i η g the sewing machine world. With it, you will be able to do blind-stitching on a family machine. Only >6.95—at the CAPITAL SEWING MACHINE COMPANY—you can order yours by mall. Also portable Electric Sewing Machines, priced from (59.50 and up. Terms ft low as (5 a month. Î2S1 H STREET NX Open evenings. Phone AT. 7868. CAPITAL « UEAD6 WILL TURN—AS ...XI YOU WALK BY!" And all attention will be centered en your fabulou* SEYMOUR-TROY shoee. More and more of their "shoe dreams" are arriving dally. For your most glamorous even ings—choose the magnificent se q u 1 η-encrusted gold kid sandals. .«Λΐ/Μΐβτ·/» They have hand- SEYVOUR-TWT some alligator shoes with one-inch platforms . . . and kids kins, so soft, they are draped suavely Into sftoes of beauty. Prices range from #24.95 to $49.50. SEYMOUR-TROY ORIGINALS — at PASTERNAK, 1319 CONN AVE. « rPHE MAN ÎN YOUR LIFE" * * * —will appreciate any thing you can do to help him con quer baldness. MARGARET E. 8CHEETZE, INC., has a staff of skilled operators. and a knowledge of hair and scalp, un surpassed in Wash ington—since 1903. Masculine patrons do not have to pass through the salon for treat ments. There is a separate private entrance which leads directly to a private booth. Men and women who are bothered with falling hair, dandruff and itching—scalpe that are excessively oily or diy—can have those disturbing scalp condi tions corrected with High Fre quency Electricity, combined with Brushing, and a 8pecial Tonic plus Ultra-Violet Ray treatments. Open evenings. 1145 CONN. AVE. Phone NA. 2626. J\hùuja/Li? ■Sckeet^L. IdTTCHij « CUMMER IS HEADING THIS WAY!" So it'· a wise plan to assemble a colorful summer wardrobe while the clothes are the love liest and the selection Is large. THE BLAIR SHOP has a marvelous a r r a y of dresses, suits — hnd b e a c hwear. The bathing suits are already caus ing more "ohs" and "fths"—and are literally being snatched up. Open Monday through Friday to 9 p.m. 1502 CONN. AVE. NO. 7469. ♦♦♦♦♦♦ " UASHION MODELS * * * A ADORE IT!" They find Anatole Robblns' "PRISMATIC MAKE-UP"—a perfect all-day, all weather make up. It covers blemishes, yet will not cake or dry. It's a -JQUID! Three types: for aver age. dry or oily kin. Toiletries Department at Kann's, and at Lothrop. Tt/SMjtr/c~ Woodward and Φ'ΌοηικΠ'ί « QIVE US THIS DAT—a *'* change of menu!" prays Bored Betty. And O'DONNELL'S SEA GRILL obliges .with a fasci nating array of sea food plat ters. Oh, yes— they hare steaks and c h ο ρ a and chicken, too— SEA GRIU. but when cer tain sea foods are in season, they head the list in popularity. Go for luncheon, for dinner, or late supper. If you wish a touch of atmosphere—ask the headwaiter to seat you at the Captain's Table, or In the Ship's Cabin, or In any of the other Marine Dining Rooms. Parties 'of any size can be accommodated. 1221 and 1207 Ε STREET N.W. " ]VTEXT SUMMER'S CROP ,,"L^ OP MRS."—are busy, at this moment, making plans for their "day of days." One of the first things to think about is the "paper t r ο usseau"— the impeccably engraved wed ding invita tions or an n ο u neements that "tell the world" the all important news. Wise-bridee-to-be are going to BREWOOD . . and are choosing Crane's "Ecruwhite," wedding paper that has traditional dignity and modern charm. There are many correct styles. Samples are on display for a leisurely con sideration. Two envelopes are now used. Do stop in—and consult these engraving authorities. 1217 Ο BT. N.W. STCtOS « rjPTICAL ILLUSION !" * * * The skill of the weaver· at the STELOS COMPANY will certainly Impress you—once you've had a moth hole, snag, or cigarette burn repaired in a favorite gar ment. The rewoven (or Inwoven) spot is undetecta ble. 904 Ο ST. N.W. 2nd floor, VelaU Mdg. NA. >443. ♦♦♦♦♦♦ « Λ CRAIT SHOP—fas OM " Georgetown!'· You can take your old, damaged or new silver—to be replated, repaired cr Just polished to the SCIENTIFIC PLATING COM PANY—w here prices are reason able and all silver Is guaranteed quad ruple plate, caii Scientific DU. 3 7·· for niêt courteous free rlOtUlV estimate and de livery service. Or eome down to 3811 M ST. N.W.—one Week be yond Key Bridge. PA. They alse do Jewelry in silver, gold, or rho dium (that tarnish-proof finish, exclusive with them).