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mnd service lor your furs in
Capitol Fur Shops
1208 G STREET N.W. • RE. 5454
• BONDED messenger will coll for your furs
• EXPERT cleaning, repairing and remodeling at your desire
• SAFE storage in our certified cold storage vaults
MISS JESSIE LOUISE FOSTER.
—Bradford Bachrach Photo.
Miss Foster to Wed
An announcement of much inter
est in Washington is that made by
Rear Admiral and Mrs. E. D. Foster
of the engagement of their daughter,
Miss Jessie Louise Foster, to Mr.
Miles Harvard Overholt, jr.
Mr. Overholt is the son of Mrs.
Alma Overholt and the late Mr.
Overholt of Santa Catalina Island
and Los Angeles.
The bride-elect was graduated
from the National Cathedral School
for Girls and Wellesley College.
Mr. Overholt, who served as a first
lieutenant with the 6th Marine Di
vision during the war, was gradu
ated from the Catalina Island School
for Boys and Harvard College with
the class of 1943. He is a member
of*the Hasty Pudding Institute of
1770 and the Speakers' Club.
Miss Fyfe to Marry
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Fyfe an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Sara Jean Fyfe, to
Mr. William Kaiser Jawish, Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. William K. Jawish.
The wedding will take place June
11 at 7 o’clock in the Chevy Chase
Miss Pyfe is attending Marjorie
Webster Junior College and will
graduate in June.
Mr. Jawish is attending the Uni
versity of Maryland.
At Birthday Party
Yesterday was a big day lit the life
of Beatrice Anna Cabot Lodge. Tbe
9-year-old daughter of Representa
tive ancLMrs. John Davis Lodge lad
her first birthday party. And every
thing that happened was her o*n
idea. She had been planning this
momentous occasion for the pest
The 21 guests, most of whom at
tend Potomac School with Beatrice,
came to the party in disguise. They
were greeted by their hostess, who
wore a fairy costume she made her
self. Completing the outfit was a
As each child entered, Beatrice
tried to guess who she was. If she
knew, she would wave her Wand,
thus ending the subterfuge. If she
couldn’t guess, the child was given
After the guessing period was over,
the girls played games, saw movies
and then had a supper party which
consisted of "everything that chil
Those Who took part in the festiv
ities in the Adams room of the
Wardman Park Hotel were Benits
Braggiottl, daughter of Mrs. Lodge’s
brother. Stlano Braggiottl, who is
in the Elizabeth Bergner play at
the National; Bonnie Bradley, who
came'from Westport, Conn., far the
occasion; Margaret Anderson, Anne
Labouisse, Susan Moore, Mary Ross,
Alexandra Scott, Jane Wiggelaworth,
Betsy Wister, Angelia Brown, Blanca
Silvestrelli, Gail Perrin. Bonnie
Erskine, Elizabeth Lowe, Carla Kit
teridge, Patty Russell, Susan Boyd,
Evelyn Scofield. Marian Sehraves
ande. Eleanor Partridge and Vir
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Hollod an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Eleanor Hollod, to
Mr. Richard E. Scheffrin, son of
Mrs. Sarah Scheffrin, also of Wash
Miss Hollod attended Wllr„'*
Teachers’ College. Her fiance i at
tending George Washington Uni
versity after serving three years in
The wedding will take plact
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Is YOUR Hair a PROBLEM HAIRT
If so, remember my slogan *
"lj It's Hair, I Curl It!”
No matter what kind of hair you may %
have—fine, baby fine, medium, coarse, |
bleached, over bleached, dyed hair, or I
the type that becomes limp, lifeless, $
never looks right or never takes a good f
It. Albert de Peril. International Heir Stylist, will
give you a permanent that has strentth and resili
ency end wont relax when days are humid ...
It has the soft wave of a natural curl ... will
brine back life and luster to your hair . . . and
you wUl be proud of your new coiffure.
We Specialise In
Emulsion COLD WAVES Es‘i$i‘ih,d
ALBERT de PARIS-LOUEY VENN
nmi*""9595o591224 Conn. Ave
Like a second skin,
your flesh-colored slip
Ees through filmy
lace . . . then
e splurge of chiffon
everlasting pleats be
neath the torso,
Not o hat but o mood
. . . created of ex
quisite Baku with
lilies - of - the - valley
crushed in veiling.
1307 Connecticut Avenue
FASHIONS FROM VOGUE, HARPER'S, TOWN & COUNTRY
. . our new low price Szj.0.50 fax incl.
For young Graduates who are going places'
Handsome Two-Suiter expertly crafted of
genuine Cowhide over plywood . . . equipped
with strong locks . . . leather handle . . .
attractive twill lining. Nicely appointed to
carry suits wrinkle free, plus accessories, in a
manner that cares for His clothes.
Imtiolod Without Chorgt Luggogo, Socond Floor
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O/ (ji/f Jro m deckers cAleans C/More
Before her marriage to Mr.
Charles Andrew Fulesdg, jr.,
the bride was Miss Alice Lee
Sullivan. She is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Leiois W.
Sullivan. —Underwood Photo.
1340 Connecticut Ave.
Sizes 9 to 15
10 to 20—30 to 44.
coats valued at $100.00
This unusually low *
Gertler's Fur Shop price
includes sewing loose lining,
replacing hooks and eyes,
and glazing. Corresponding
low prices for furs of
cold storage vaults.
Call NAtional 5442 for a free
Now is the time to
restyle your old fur coat!
Reveal hidden beauty with
expert, new-season styling
at Gertler's Fur Shop,
master furrier for 40 years.
1 BO 1 G STREET N.W.
A All - whit* buektkin pump,
medium h**f .. . 1Q.95
R Whit* buektkin, brown coif
bow and h**l-12-95
Whit* buektkin ttipin, brown
calf quarter and h«*L. 12-95
logs to match.
HOI CONN. AVE.
Mayflower Hotel Block
. ■ ■ 1 ' 1 . .1
Sing a song of
pockets full of flowers
organdy with dramatic DiacK
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have ordered her wedding invita
tions and announcements from
They will have
engraved in her
She will have
chosen (like all
wedding paper—for Its traditional
dignity and modem charm. There
j are many aprrect styles—and two
envelopes are now used. If your
wedding is in the ofltof—atop into
BREWOOD’S. Samples are on dis
play for a leisurely consideration.
1217 O STREET N.W.
With a “Miss America" and sev
eral “Miss Washingtons" already
* - - i n e d at her
jjoyie can ooiit
still another “suc
cess story.” Mary
THcLMA Just chosen as
BrtVI C “MlM East” by
i t.C Conover is another
of her graduates. The school has
day and evening classes. Individ
ual Instruction. G. I. approved.
1611 CONN. AVE. DU. 0404.
« COOOP FOR SUMMER 1”
^ Imagine! Genuine Pana
• ma hats for only $4.50. The SHORE
HAM HAT SHOP is mighty proud
to be able to sell
these at their
same one - price
bands in black,
tan or navy.
ual styles. 2323
N.W. Open eve
nings. DE. 9690.
« ARE YOU CLEVER AT
• * * DESIGNING
CLOTHES?” You can save so much
on your wardrobe if you can make
your own clothes.
Buy yourself one of
the marvelous Por
table Electric Sew
ing Machines at
„ ABBATT — and
fan IT AI prove your skill.
a m » a They're priced from
ABBATT $59.50 up. Terms
as low as $3 a month. Three stores:
802 F ST. N.W. and 917 F ST. N.W.
Phone RE. 1900. Also 1231 H ST.
N.E. Phone AT. 7358. Open Eve
nings. Night or Sundays, Call CO.
« T ONG MAY HE WAVE!"
We're speaking of'EMILE,
of course! Years ago, Emile origi
nated the famous “Spiral Perma
nent Wave”—and it is Just as pop
ular today—as it
was then. If you
have never before
i had a successful
! permanent — or if
> your hair won’t
take a good perma
are over. The
nent" will wave any type of hair—
and wave it close to the scalp. Let
the skilled hair-stylists at Emile’s
show you what it can do for you.
1221 CONN. AVE. Phone DI. 3616.
! «< IfEEP YOUR GLOVES
8PIC AND SPAN!" Take
them to the 8TELOS REPAIR
8ERVICE—where they will take on
r/f. renewed Hie.
JS^////J Let them clean
and repair your
y ij/j white, black and
/jf/A colored gloves—
/ /7/A \ at small cost.
/ 2nd floor, Velatl
/ '* /'L^r Bldg., 904 G
5 T tLO S Phone NA 8442.
U DRIQHTEN THE CORNER
* * * —where you are!" Let
the SCIENTIFIC PLATING CO.—
in Old Georgetown replate, repair
#or just polish your
o 1 d, damaged or
new silver. Ail sil
ver is guaranteed
—in gold, silver or
mCklTIflf tarnish proof rho
dlum 3811 M ST
PIATING N.W., one block
beyond Key Bridge.
Phone DU. 2798.
« yOUR FAVORITE 8EA
4 FOODS” are In season—
and are being served at O’DON
Perfect figure! are made,
not bom. *;k any Hollywood
| Here are three waist-reduc
ing exercises to try out as a
(I) Stand erect, arms ex- ,
tended straight ahead. Bend
I forward from waist, knees
straight, touching fingers to
floor. Resume original po
(2) Stand erect, feet slight
ly apart, arms extended to
shoulder levgl at sides. Bend
from waist, knees straight,
touching fingers of right hand
to outside left heel. Resume
original position. Reverse. Re
(3) Stand erect, hands on
hips. Rotate body from waist,
bending right as far as pos
sible, then back, left, front.
Resume original position. Re
Don't overdo. Five times is
enough for the beginner.
Ready? Begin! One—two—
three—four .... Success!
« Vacation days
**• v AHEAD!” Get set forma *
eventful trip by choosing your lug
emee from Bertram's, noted for
fine leathers. All
types of cases:
hanger, and per
sonal fitted onee.
sets for men and ,,
women —and a
variety of open stock patterns. 920
14th ST. N.W. Phone NA. 5700.
“ ITEEP SUM! PEP UP!”
* * * Take a course (new low
rates) at ANNE KELLY’S, Wash
ing’s largest, most modem health
1 n eludes
'.V.Ui ANNE KELLY
machines, posture instruction,
, steam cabinet and shower. 10
Swedish massages with steam cabi
net and lamp, $37.50. Pocket calorie
book given each member. 1429 P
ST. N.W. NA. 7256.
“ WHERE DO WE OO
* ‘ FROM HERE?” Why to
the OLD NEW ORLEANS—where
they serve dinner daily, "Brunch” on
You’ll be en
h o s pltality, NEW ORLEANS
food, the smooth service, and the
fascinating decor. Dinner dancing,
also, in the gay Sazerac Room, 1214
CONN. AVE. Phone RE. 7284.
“ TJTEAD-START INTO SUM
MER”—at great savings 1
MARGARET E. SCHEETZE, INC.,
has found that its patrons are de
lighted with their
price program —
on p e r m a nent
waves! And so
popular has it be
come that it will
be continued on
of the coming
week. On those
three days—their regular $15 Five
Star Oil Permanent is only $10 (a
- '/j saving)—and their wonderful
*17.50 Creme-Oil Permanent is re
duced to *12.50. Call for an ap
pointment. Open evenings. 1145
CONN. AVE. Phone NA. 2828.
« pASHION MODEL B —•
adore Anatole Robbins’
"PRISMATIC MAKE-UP.” It’S
natural, it's LIQUID—it stays on
all day in all
will not cake or
types: for aver
age, dry or oily
skin. Only at
K a n n ’ s and
Woodward and Lothrop Toiletries
« PACE THE FUTURE—and
*** look ahead 1” You can
find life far more Interesting, far
more attractive—if you plan now
self - confl
g r o o ming
manners will help you succeed In
anything you do. Daily, PHYLLIS
BELL'S "IDEAL” SCHOOL is help
ing shy, awkward girls become
poised, charming young women. If
you are career-minded, the classes
in Fashion Modeling prepares you
for a fascinating career. Consult
Miss Bell tomorrow. Convenient
tuition plan: $10 upon registration;
the balance in snnll weekly pay-*
ments. The school is located across
from Woodward and Lothrop. at
<04 11th ST. N.W., second floor.
Classes daily from 12:30 to S:H.
Phene HA. <084.
$ ■ >.
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