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Ea*y-to-Comb EMULSION CRiN WAV! jl itis is vue wave vu uvc in, w work in. Jast brash it oat, comb it throagh—it falls into soft, fiuffy curls. You look lovely, you always look neat. Come in with or without an appointment. Hair Cuts Adjusted to Any Style $*|.50 Cold Ware—$10 up Ma*&l ' V Beauty Salon 1022 19th St. N.W. REpublic 1746 MRS. SMITH. —Bradford. Bachrach Photo. Doris Marie Hayes Becomes Bride of C. J. Smith, Jr. Miss Doris Marie Hayes, daugh ter of Comdr. and Mrs. Edward Bar rett Hayes of Arlington, became the bride Friday of Mr. Charles James Smith, jr., son of Mr. Smith of Trenton, N. J. The Rev. Francis J. Thornton officiated at the cere mony at 11 o'clock in Fort Myer Chapel and a reception followed at the Army-Navy Country Club. The bride, who was escorted by her father, wore a satin gown de signed with an off-shoulder bodice and hooped skirt. Her lace-trimmed French illusion veil was draped from a lace coronet and she carried a small shower bouquet of gar denias, forget-me-nots and lilies of the valley. Miss Billie Bufford Hughins, the maid of honor, wore a deep rose color gown with a net skirt and satin bodice, and a satin cap trimmed with net bows. Her bouquet was of mixed spring flowers. Mr. Smith served as best man for his son and Mr. Borden P. Shrieves and Mr. Francis X. Hayes, uncles of the bride, were the ushers. John and James Frisby served as altar Following a wedding trip to Ber muda, the newly married couple will live in Princeton, N. J. The bride attended Arlington Hall Junior College and William and Mary College. Mr. Smith attended Mercersburg Academy. Nancy Kent Brown Will Be Married Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Philip E. Brown announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Nancy Kent Brown, to Mr. Joseph Hereford, son of Mrs. H. A. Hereford of Charles ton, W. Va., and the late Mr. Here ford. Miss Brown was graduated from Western High School in January, 1943, and is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority and Phi Beta Kappa Honorary Scholastic Fraternity. She now γ attending West Virginia University from which she will be graduated in June. Mr. Hereford was graduated from Hampton Sydney in 1943 and was a junior grade lieutenant in the Navy for three years. He now is attending Law School at the Uni versity of West Virginia. Gen. Brown is on active duty with the Foreign Liquidation Commission in Manila, Philippine Islands. Dur ing the war he was deputy inspec tor general, stationed in Washing ton. The wedding will take place here during the late summer. Luncheon Given For Bride-Elect Mrs. Harry S. Ridgely and Mrs. William M. Kennedy, jr., enter tained yesterday at a luncheon at the Shoreham in honor of bride elect, Miss Marie Ridgely Gates. Miss Gates' marriage to Mr. Charles Edward Chambliss, m, will take place May 16 at the Metropolitan Memorial Methodist Church. Among the guests were Mrs. Charles E. Chambliss, Mrs. Heath Berry, Mrs. Roger H. Gates, Mrs. David Caldwell, Miss Pearl Edson, Mrs. Alfred Richwine, Miss Char lotte Ailes, Mrs. L. H. Hannah, Mrs. Walter R. Ridgely, Mrs. Authur Kimberly, Mrs. William Munsey Kennedy, Miss Joan Monroe, Miss Catherine Caldwell, Miss Jean O'Heam, Mrs. Perry Chapman, Miss Betty Starkey and Mrs. Richard Hoddinott. In the News Mrs. Albert Small of Chevy Chase entertained at a tea Friday in honoi of her husband's mother, Mrs Sadie Small, who celebrated hei 80th birthday anniversary that day Mrs. Clarence W. Grosnèr has re turned from Miami Beach, where she spent the winter, and now is at the Shoreham. Gay Dance (Continued Prom Page D-l.) Mrs. Hubert Paddock, Mrs. Thad deus Jones and Mrs. Edgar Good. Miss Reed came with a large group of friends,, among whom were noted Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Castro, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McFall, Mrs. Charles Quick of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Walton, Lt. and Mrs. R. K. McCullen, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony West, Miss Margery Bargeron, Miss Julia Harris, Miss Josephine Birdsall, Miss Susan Taylor, Miss Frances Case, Miss Marjorie Lee, Miss Norma Lambke, Miss Carrie Miller, Mr. Tom Dudley, Mr. Clarke Cole, M. Richard de la Torre and M. Norbert Engles, Mr. William Martin, Mr. Joseph Stone sifer, Mr. George Tomlinson, Mr. Thoma." Harton, Mr. Legare Obear and Mr. John M. Farrell. Another large party arriving to gether was with Miss Dorothy Bal lard, niece of Mrs. Harold Holmes. Although Britain produced only a third the food she consumed in 1939, she produced 70 per cent of her rations during World War Π. ^avy ond Whi>e Night and day colors combined to fashion this versatile rayon crepe festive frock. Front drape peplum and cap sleeves are news-worfhy details. Also white with Lipstick or Kelly. Sizes 10 to 18. 22.95 1103 Connecticut Avenue (NA. 0198) •Mayflower Hotel Bloci Open Every Day & Evening Except Saturday Evening "Wathington'* Ultra Permanent Wave Shop for Smart Women" A "CHARACTER" Guaranteed Workmanship Look your loveliest this summer! Come in and get this Special Personalty Croquigniole Wave —IN YOUR CHOICE OF STYLES. Plenty of Ringlets. For women, misses, girls—and ot a grand saving of $5.00. Includes Shampoo SALE! NOW $4.95 Our Own COLD PERMANENT Luxurious. natural looking. Including: special shampoo and personality flmtr wave. Sale $10 "Crown o-Gold" Permanent Haircut Included J6 Includes Shampoo Finger Wave NEW NON-AMMONIA TYPE This is a guaranteed Workmanship Permanent Wave—Non-Ammonia Type. 18-curl Ringlet Wave. Given provided haircut is taken. No borax or harmful chemicals. With or without flourish ing Ringlets. Haircut not included. BEAUTY BOX 609 14th STREET N.W. Ntw Bakery OPPOSITE GARFINCKEL'S STORE !«·"· ... II" ΐ"Μ'Μι*ι«»ι»ί ^•<TH€K - ; (CpMPLITt) ^ ^ ^ΓΛ V SERVICEJ · WmM?* > Vy '··· fvsrylkbyfWs ^10Wt The babv store that comes to your door - with everything your baby EATS, WEARS9 USES! (NO DELIVERY CHARGE, NO MINIMUM CHARGE) coupon and mall to KIDDIE > ? KARAVAN, 1026 6th Street N.W., for your 1 FREE copy of "BABY DAYS" ond a com- | plete list of our prices and merchandise. . ι NAME ADDRESS |> CITY ZONE You don't hove to go to the store to do your shopping for baby. LET THE STORE COME TO YOU. KIDDIE KARAVAN will deliver anything and everything for your baby at no extra charge. Here for example are some of our prices: HEINZ'S SWIFT'S CLAPP'S Strained Peaches Beef Liver Chicken Soup 9c 17c 10c Call MflVfc VMM 4 ME. HIS SCIENTIFIC Rug Cleaning in Your Home or in Our Modern OMENTAL lid DOMESTIC IOCS CLEANED, MOTHPROOFB AND STORED . . . COVERED IT. IMSUMHCE THAT GIVES YOU FULL W0TECTI0W HIM JUST PHONE Mich. 7900 2813 M «γ r,· „ '· rPJh* phone Pick lce, Inc. W. C°H Yonanr °nd &II:;:5 DonH Delay.. .Let Us R5PAIft YOUR FURS now before storing η A small tear now may mean irreparable damage later. Give your valuable furs the care and atten tion they deserve. Let Sperling's expert crafts men repair your furs now before they are put into summer storage. Estimates without obliga tion. Phone TVA. 4530 for Bonded Messenger • Fine furs 709 13 ST. N.W. crisp Cottons * . . bioom again Particularly gay is this crisp frock with its pert bustle and field flower nosegay at the waist... white checked with black . . . sizes 9 to IS. ,7.95 kmbeth Kherd 3306 Reservoir Rood, Georgetown Ml. 3741 Just off Wisconsin Avenue between Q and R Streets WtlELAN: c ο * s ι Τ SHOP 1105 c STREET Ν SA beautifully made corselette in nylon-all-Hie-way Something new in light and easy comfort ... in superb figure moulding! All-over loce uplift bra top, a glorious fit! Just for you if you are tall and wear a bust size between 33 and 38. Second Floor 16.50 MISTER "FIX-IT"! With household help so hard to get, busy housewives need all the time-saving ideas they ean find. You'll find a lot of them if you'll simply send a penny post card to Dept. J, Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co., St. Paul 6, Minnesota and ask for their clever booklet, Slick Tricks with "Scotch" Tape. It's full of practical ideas on "Scotch" Tape helps: How to make your own cookbook . . . how to save torn window shades . . . what to do about a split fingernail . . . how to salvage loose snapshots . . . and lots more. Send for your copy right away . . . and then be sure you buy ''Scotch" Cellulose Tape —the crystal-clear tape that sticks without moistening. In the bright Scotch plaid dispenser everywhere for just 25c. Ask for it TODAY! JEWEL TONES.. . . vibrant, exciting new colors you'll find in Princess Gourielli's Cosmetics for Spring! Wear them to achieve that shimmering look ... to dramatize your self and your costume !* There's Pink Beryl, Carnelian, Red Jasper, Rose Topaz, Star Ruby and Garnet, each as fascinating as the gem it's named after. Lipsticks come in Gourielli's Crest Case, $1.50 ; Bow Case, $2.50 ; or Sterling Silver, $3.50. Rouge (cream or compact), in matching shade, $1.50. And for the final perfect touch, ask for the Face Powder. In new Pearl Tints, $3 and $1.50 a box; a huge blue plastic box, $3.50. (Princes plus taxes). A Jewel Make-Up Box includes $1.50 Lipsticks $1.50 Powder, plus a gift of Gourielli Ermine Foundation. Complete, $3;00. Look for Gourielli's JEWEL MAKEUPS at Woodward & Lothrop. ARE YOU THE SALT OF THE EARTH TYPE? Safe and sane on most etfer\ question? Then, perhaps, you've ai re a d ν turned to TAMPAX, based on the medically sound principle of internal absorption, for sanitary protection. Yet, some women still wonder about it ... is it harmful, is it hard to use, is it conspicuous? Here are the facts: TAMPAX was perfected by a doctor, is made of pure cotton, is inserted by a simple one-time-use applicator, can't ever show because it's worn internally and a month's supply can be carried in your purse! Any woman will be happy to rid herself of the cumber some trappings of the usual sani tary protection methods, to elimi nate chance of chafe, odor and em barrassment ! FASHION TIP! Warm weather is apt to make us look droopy enough in our clothes, and it's surely no time to tolerate a "bumpily" proportioned figure, with tagging muscles and protruding bulges! So make haste about getting one of those Ρ: N. "PRACTICAL FRONT" Corsets I've told you about. It's the foundation with the famous inner vest that supports the stomach so easily and flattens bulges like a fairy wand! Try one on and see how inches seem cut from your waist, how excess weight is evenly redistributed. Write for name and address of nearest dealer to Nancy Sasser, 271 Madison Ave., New York, Ν. Y. DID YOU KNOW that the TONI Cold Wave I've bé«n recommending to you has just received the Seal of Commendation from Parents' Magazine? That means it's passed rigid tests by PARENTS' Consumer Service Bureau . . . which certainly backs up all I've been telling you about this wonderfully easy, safe and inexpensive way to give yourself a beautiful permanent wave right at home. For fuller information about the "magic" of home permanents, read that interesting article in the May issue of PARENTS'. In the meantime get yourself a TONI Home Permanent Kit . . . roll your hair on the curlers, dabbing on the Toni Cre^e lption as you go, and then go about your work. Lo' in a short time, you'll have a stunning new permanent that the manufacturers guarantee to last as long as a salon wave. Only $2.00 for a DeLuxe Kit, with plastic curlers, $1.25 for the Regu'ar Kit with fibre curlers. MVVUIi . How'd you like to add a color ful, luttrous PLUS to the beauty of your furniture and woodwork? It'· to easy . . . just apply Houtehold SI· MONIZ in "c ο 1 ο r »-t o match" wood fi η i ι h e t Chooie it in Mahogany, Walnut, Maple or Neutral . . . tee how it clean* and enriches w^od finishes . . . how it helps cover scratches and makes it so easy, later, to wipe off smudges and soiled spots with a dry or damp cloth. Best of all, it has the same longer lasting beauty that makes SIMONIZ so famous for cart! Never yi oily, sticky film to attract dust ... for Household SIMONIZ dries hard. Try it ... the lighter, brighter way to hold finish beauty I Foundations · Brassieres · Lingerie · Negligees · Hosiery · Cosmetics Your Charge Account Invited » I BUY-LINE f ~~ A Weekly Sponsored Advertising Column of Things New and Interesting "■■Ί· NEW YORK, Ν. Y., April 27th—Foresight beats hindsight! So check up on services you ivant in summer shoes BEFORE you invest! First, you'll want soles that give you long, even wear . . . and the "soul" 01 comfort! Second, they must stay trim and smart... no eurled up toes. Third, you'll need waterproof soles as protection against summer showers . . . and they should insulate your feet against hot pavements. Add up, and only shoes with NEOLITE Soles can fill the bill! NEOLITE is neither leather, rubber, fabric nor plastic, but a Goodyear discovery that gives you everything you need^in a shoe sole! Check the NEOLITE mark on new shoe soles! Have re-soling and heeling done with NEOLITE! TO INSPIRE YOU to do your BUY,—for they're both beautiful and practical . . . sturdy, tough seamed,'zippered, and the kind that will "stàv-together" no matter how tightly you pack them in. (In lovely . colors . . . dainty pastel checks, or in coal-black for clothes that fad· or streak easily). For fur· and fragile dresses, vou'll find "KREN E" Shoulder Cover., cleverly pocketed to hold scarves, belts or flowers . . . handy lingerie cases in sets of five . . . blanket bags . . . jiffy suit covers ... alt skillfully, superbly made of "Krone" plastic fabric, ahd so pretty, you'll brag about your closets ! 1 closets over from top to bottom . . . just have one look at new, J U1. "tBP VP" durable "KRENE" plastics closet ac cessories. "KRENE" Garment bags, for instance, will tempt you to look . . . then ' . . . ■ ι A PRETTY FLIRT never wastes her sauciest glances . . she shoots straight for her target! Nor does a smart homemaker scatter her efforts . . . she astutely picks the "help-mate" she needs to uo each job best. That'· why you'll find SANI-FLUSH in the homes of millions of womea . . . it's their "one-and-only" ally at keeping toilet bowls immaculate. Working chemically, SANI-FLUSH means complete toilet bowl sanitation. Even though the soft water in your community doesn't* leave dark stains and discoloration, remember that you'll.need SANIFLUSH to remove the ever-recurring film where toilet, germs and a cause of toilet bowl odors lurk. It removes this film completely by chemical action . . . leaving only an odorless freshness that guarantee· a clean toilet bowl! WHAT'S THE MATTER, LAD Y ? your feet hurt? Then for goodness sake, visit the CRO*PAX foot aid counter at your nearest dime store today 1 There you'll find an efficient CRO'PAX remedy for every foot ailment. For instance, troublesome corns yield promptly to CRO'PAX medicated corn plaster*, Neat, trim and safe, CRO*PAX corn plasters come four to a box for only 10c. Extra soft and smooth, CRO*PAX felt plasters relieve pressure . . . put soothing salve to work for quick' relief . . . provide waterproof adhesive strip* for secure fit. You'll find new comfort, new foot freedom with ever-popular CRO'PAX remedies. So, join the CRO'PAX loot parade today for a dime! Just check your "five and ten"! tit A ~ FRIENDLY HEART i· the keynote to good manners ... (or it* thoughtfulness for other* that prompts gracious courtesies. So it'a not just intuition that guide* · clever hostess when she "ring* the bell" with SCHLITZ Beer . . . it'a her own sure knowledge that it· velvety smoothnes* of flavor, en hanced by the yiquant liveliness of sparking bubbles, makes SCHLITZ the beer hi. guests prefer! At table, it's a friendly beverage partner to good food ... at parties, it's the festiVe "welcomer" to guests who easily recognize quality. So order SCHLITZ with your food* . . . brewed with jutt the k-i-s-s of the hops. Made by Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. KNOW THE PASS WORD to complete freedom from moth menaces? It'* EXPELLO .. . 100% active cryitili whose fame· penetrate every nook and cranny of a gar ment to kill moth life completely! It make* moth-pro· tectioQ of preciou* woolen· and fur· io ea»y . . . simply hang EXPELLO Hanger· in closets and in Garment Bags . . . sprinkle loose crystal· among atored blanket·, o«e them with vacuum cleaners. The fume· will do the re«t ... for neither moth nor moth worm can live in them . . . and they're active right to the. last bit of EXPELLO! Com pletely harmless to human·, and leave· garment· fre«h a· · breeze after quick airing. EXPELLO destroys moth· in a tightly enclosed space of 100 cu. ft. per pound . . . making it truly economical! Ask for it at Drug, Department, Hardware and Grocery Stores TODAY! DONT FROWN AND FRET because your lucky number for a TOASTM ASTER toaster hasn't come up yet . . . just remember that everybody and his (treat uncle is looking (or one, too! I can assure you the delay in getting yours isn't the fault of the manufac turer ... for they're turning their famous automatic pop-up toasters out by thousands and thousands. The "delay-makers" are the millions of people just like yourself, who've had to do without TOASTMASTER toasters for so long . . . pins five million wartime brides. So just re member your chance is as good as the next person's. Keep on asking for this sleek and silent toasting genius. Don't substitute a "runner-lip" t· the ne# sleek and silent TOASMASTER toaster, for it'· even finer than it· pra-war cousin.