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JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS SINCE ;IRT«
f AND ELEVENTH STREET. N.W.
jjiamonds-—1six fine scintillating
diamonds grace this individual little
timepiece in burnished fourteen
karat white gold. 163.50 tax inc.
Exclusive Washington agents for Stieff Silver • Closed Soturdoys through August 23
**R. HARRIS & CO. * JEWELERS & SILVERSMITHS SINCE 1 8^4 • F AND 1 1TH—
, If you, too, or* \
Final proof that many
"extras" go into making
a girdle like this one ... /
"extras" that promise ■
on enviable fit plus
beauty - giving lines!
White or Nude fine satin
On our Second Floor
Foundations • Brassieres • Lingerie • Negligees • Hosiery • Cosmetics
We gladly fill Mail and Phone Orders.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Arthur Gillis,
jr.. are spending a fortnight in New
England and will make their home
at 1901 R street. Mr. and Mrs. Gilr
lis were married August 2 in Foun
dry Methodist Church, the Rev
Ralph C. John officiating at the
double ring ceremony. The bride be
fore her marriage was Miss Eleanor
Ruth Hutton, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Hutton of Derry
N. H„ who came for the wedding
Mr. Gillis' parents also came from
their home in Lakewood, Ohio, for
Miss Joy Gillis, of Lakewood, sis
ter of the bridegroom, was maid oi
honor and Mrs. Irving C. Hoag, jr.
was matron of honor. Mr. Weldor
W. Case of Hudson, Ohio, was best
man and Mr. Hoag was the usher.
Mrs. Gillis attended the Elliott
Hospital School of Nursing at Man
chester, N. H., and Mr. Gillis was
graduated from Ohio Wesleyan Uni
versity at Delaware, Ohio, and in
doing graduate work at Georgt
Miss deGrange Wed
Married yesterday In the Win
chester Presbyterian Church were
Miss Dorothy deGrange, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay deGrange
of Winchester, and Mr. Thomas
Wood Baldridge of Winchester and
Warren County, Va. The §ev. Dr.
Ronald S. Wilson officiated at the
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. She wore a heavy
ivory satin gown, with a long flow
ing triin. A full-length veil of im
ported silk tulle was attached to a
halo of heirloom lace and she car-j
rled a bride's bouquet of white
orchids with white rose buds and
stephanotis. Her only ornament
was a strand of pearls.
Mrs. Harry Rogers Kim, jr., was
matron of honor for her sister and
another sister, Miss Eleanor de
Grange, was maid of honor. The
bridesmaids were Miss Natalie
Brookenbrough Browne and Miss
Nancy Lee Coble of Winchester,
Miss Jacquelyn Halsey of New York
City and Spray, N. C., and Miss
Joan Coenen of the Netherlands
and New York City. Master Thomas
ALL TYPES OF RUGS
All Rugs Sixes—Germ end Moth
Proofed With Insecticide
ONE WEEK SERVICE
RUG SERVICE, INC.
2813 M St. N.W.
Phone Ml. 7900
I Delightfully Air Conditioned
ONE WEEK ONLY! j
Reg. $10—Fomout M QJj
Helene Curtis >
Duchess Permanent ^^B ghimp” x;
One* o year Adolph can bring yea
this Luxury Wave at such a low price.
Don't miss it.
COLD WAVE PERMANENT ®" OTHER
$ C .95 • SmproM
H • Duchett
% Zotot 1
i With Shampoo and Hair Style • pork Avenue
ROUX HAIR TINTING $4.60 up
travel, carry... a
duplicate key Dockets
Hand-grained English Morocco, *6
Here's just what you need for trouble-free travel.
The 'Director' has eight practical pockets to hold
everything you carry . . . spare keys, cards, identi
fication, a secret pocket for big bills. It's pur
posely plonned to free your mind and help make
your trip a real holiday. Black or brown . . ,
Billfolds, First Floor
MAIL [Zj PHONE ORDERS FILLED
1 SI 4 F STREET
i_ • ‘
Bentley Kem, nephew of the bride,
was nng bearer.
Mrs. Raymond Minor Hudson, Jr..
>f Washington was best man for
Mr. Baldridge and the ushers were
Mr. Kern and Mr. Holly B. Mc
Cormack of Winchester, Mr. Ward
Monroe French of Philadelphia and
Washington, Mr. Harry Holzappel
III, of Hagerstown, Mr. Burr Poweli
Harrison, jr., of Leesburg, Mr. Albert
Walker Allen of New York City and
Arlington, and Mr. Arthur H. Clep
hans of Villanova, Pa.
Mrs. Julia Steinem is spending
the month of August with her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Steinem, at their summer
cottage on the Patuxent River.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Kaufman, |
Mr. and Mrs. David Stern and Mr.
Benjamin Wollberg and his daugh
ter, Miss Tina Wollberg, will be off
tomorrow on a 10 days Ashing trip
at Tilghman, Md.
Also leaving Washington tomor
row will be Mrs. William Levy, Mrs.
Charles Levinson and Mrs. Milton
Sumnfers, who will go to Denver to
attend the annual conference of
the Jewish Consumptive Relief
Society. All members of the Ladies
Auxiliary of Washington for the
Society, Mrs. Levy also is national
chairman of the Nurses' Home
1 TO BUY
I Dhcnminating Clientele
§ ★ Antiques ★ Silver
it Bric-o-Broc ★ Jewelry
★ Chino ★ Bronze!
★ Ivories ★ Glasswore
it Furniture ★ Bugs
I SUS M »t. K.n. ADams 647« S
ItSTATtS APPRAISED) M
• Um our convenient
loy-oway or budget
The exciting William Rosendorf fur news is
FAR LOWER PRICES THAN LAST YEAR! . . .
Magnificent coats worked and detailed with
traditional Rosendorf style authority. 1948
furs feature the new opulent sweep of hem—
the new longer length—the new deeply rip
pled back and unique sleeve treatments.
Sketched: Natural Sheared Beaver Raccoon Coat,
S445, tax included.
1215 G STREET N.W.
Our Only Store
MASTER FURRIERS FOR OVER FORTY YEARS
When Tails and Muffs
Were the Fashion of \
the Day... Smart r Washingtonians Chose
S per ling Fur#
It’s been our policy since our inception
to present only true style classics, fash
ion as distinct from fad. In this season
of radical style departures, we have
again been most careful in our choice,
believing as we do that a fur coat is an
investment purchase, and should be
chosen with the future in mind.
August Sale Prices
Blended Muskrat -$295 i
Squirrel -$395 1
Persian Lamb- .5495 I
Dyed China Mink-$595 ■
Canadian Beaver- ........$$95 fi
Natural Wild Mink.$2,500 1]
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