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Residential Washington Predominates
Miss Leahy Bows to Society;
Miss Gill Presented at Dance
By Betty Beale
Yesterday was a dazzling day for debutantes and for Washington
society that has been society for at least three generations.
Lovely looking dark-haired Louise Harrington Leahy, daughter
of Navy Capt. and Mrs. William H. Leahy and granddaughter of Fleet
Admiral William D. Leahy, made her formal bow in the afternoon, while
last evening Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Nicholas Gill, Jr., presented their
daughter, cute, pretty Juliet Parris Gill, at one of the brilliant balls
of the season.
Residential Washington held complete sway at both parties. Both
debutantes were bom here and are members of families long prominent
In the Capital. The six or seven hundred guests at the gay tea dance
given by her parents for Miss Leahy were drawn from three generations,
friends of her grandparents. Admiral Leahy and Dr. and Mrs. Robert 8.
Beale, friends of her parents and members of the debutante set.
The 400 or more elegantly attired persons who gathered at the Sul
grave v/iuu ***©•*« v
"Judy” Gill at her glamorous debut
dance were nearly all her own con
temporaries. There were a few
young married couples present and
a few friend* of her parents, but
for the most part this was the young
set that has been rushed off Its col
lective feet all during the holidays.
Judy’s Deb t Brilliant
Miu Gill r ved with her mother
in a beautiful strapless gown of
whit# faille with a band of
white lace across the bodice and
alternating bands of lace and
faille in the full skirt. She
carried an old-fashioned bouquet
of all-white flowers which she dis
carded later when she went onto
the dance floor, adorning her brown
locks with small white orchids in
stead. Mrs. Gill was gowned in
a handsome dress of beige-gold
satin with straps over the shoulders,
a satin bow trimmed with gold
sequins accenting the decolletage.
Sidney and his orchestra started
playing at 10:30 in the ballroom,
that was gay with varicolored bal
loons and didn’t stop until some
where around 4 o'clock in the morn
inf. This, despite the fact that it
was the night before New Year’s
eve! Right on time for the party,
of course, were the 40 or more pres
ent for the dinner given for Miss
Gill beforehand by her parents.
Adding to the gayety of the dinner
was a strolling accordionist, and
helping to see that the whole affair
went off to any debutante's taste j
was this debutante's brother, Mr.
John Gill.
Guests at dinner included Miss
Martha Fulford of Brockville,
Canada, whose aunt, Mrs. Peter
Dewev, will entertain for her and
Judy today; Miss Lucia Depew of
Rye, N. Y„ and Miss Elizabeth Ives
of New York City—both house guests
of the debutante; the Misses Cath
erine Hooker. Ann Kilpatrick, Mary
de Limur, Carol Bradley, Nancy
Burdick, Alice Hendrick, Alison
Bean, Mary Rapley, Louise Hough
teling, Laura Winslow, Ellen Owens,
Dudley Nicolson and Frances
stemhasen.
Their escorts were Messrs. Harry
Emmett and Ralph Earle of New
York, Peter Howard of Oyster Bay,
Parker Handy of Philadelphia, Peter
Gilsey of Southampton, Robert
Hooker, Anthony Bonner, Philip
Nash, Willmott Lewis, jr., John Wil
liams James Donaldson, Francis
Colt de Wolf, Jr., Bates Littlehales,
Duer McLanahan, Jr., Hugh D.
Auchincloss, Jr., James Redway,
John Rolphe, Cecil Kilpatrick,
David Toll, David Semmes and
Blair Childs, Jr.
Other dinners preceding the dance
were given by Capt. and Mrs. Ath
erton Macondray for Miss Claire
Delattre-Seguy; Capt. and Mrs.
Thomas B. Dugan, for, the latter s
daughter. Miss Kathleen Rowe: Mr.
and Mrs. George Howe, for their
daughter, Miss Linda Howe: Miss
Molly Goodrich and her brother.
Mr. George Goodrich, and Mr. and
Mrs. Gibbs Baker, who entertained
the debutante’s brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. William B
Kerkam, Jr., and their houseguests
from Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. Car
roll Van Ness.
Debut Tea Dance
Miss Leahy stood with both par
ents to receive in the spacious draw
ing room of the Washington Club
which was decorated throughout
with flowers sent to the debutante
by friends. She wore a lovely silver
and white brocade gown with a low
bateau neckline bordered by a col
lar of white duchess lace and car
ried an old-fashioned bouquet. Her
mother was costumed in a stunning
period gown of American beauty
bengaline, fashioned with long
sleeves, square neckline and full
skirt, the whole efTect embellished
by her diamond and pearl pendant
and diamond bracelet. Capt. Leahy
was in uniform.
A continuous stream of familiar
Capital figures went down the re
ceiving line and into the ballroom
where there was dancing to Sidney's
~ orchestra from 5 to 7 o'clock or into
the dining room where the tea table
was presided over in turn by Mrs.
Beale, Mrs. Albert T. Niblack,
Louises’ great aunt; Mrs. John Price
Wetherill III, Mrs. John S. Bennett
and Mrs. Richard C. Marshall III,
both sisters of Mrs. Leahy; Mrs.
Horace G. White, the debutante's
/ godmother, and Mrs. James M.
Farrin.
Assisting Miss Leahy were the
Misses Patricia Morgan. Ann Hyde,
Betsy Wells. True Nash, Laura
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kelsall
Ball of Roanoke announce the en
gagement of their daughter. Miss
Emily Clarkson Ball, to the Rev.
John C. Grainger, son of Mrs.
Charles 6. Grainger and the late
Mr. Grainger of Wilmnigton, N. C.
Miss Ball was graduated from
Chatham Hall and Converse College
and Columbia University and Is at
present dean of women at Roanoke
College in Salem, Va.
The Rev. Mr. Grainger is a grad
uate of the University of North
Carolina and the Episcopal, Theolo
gical Seminary in Alexandria.
The wedding will take place in
June.
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Winslow, who will make her debut
at a dance Friday night; Edmonia
Kearney and Sara Lea Felker of
Richmond, Va., a house guest of
Louise and classmate of hers at
Hollins College in Roanoke. Before
her party was over Miss Leahy left
the receiving line to twirl in the
ballroom and later in the evening
danced again until the early morn
ing hours at the Gills’ dance at the
Sulgrave Club.
Future Weddings
Are Forecast by
Announcements
The engagement of their daugh
ter, Miss Sally-Glenn Juvenal, to
Mr. Edward Henry Bergstrom, jr„
of Sharon, Mass., is announced by
Capt. William Williams Juvenal,
U. S. N., and Mrs. Juvenal. The
wedding will take place in L’Eglise
de Saint Joseph, Paris, on Janu
ary 10.
The bride-elect was graduated
from House in the Pines School,
Norton, Mass., and attended George
Washington University. Her fiance
attended Boston University. He
served as a lieutenant in the Army
and saw service in the European
theater. Both are now students at
the Alliance Francaise in Paris.
Following a trip to Switzerland,
they will make their home in Paris,
where Mr. Bergstrom will continue
his studies at the Sorbonne.
Hall-Waif or d
Mr. and Mrs. Prank A. Hall an
nounce the approaching marriage of
their daughte?. Miss Barbara* Jean
Hail, to Mr. Edward Thomas Wal
ford, son of Mrs. John Salmon
and the late Mr. Edward Thomas
Walford of Indianapolis. The
wedding will take place January 31
at St. Matthew's Cathedral.
Miss Hall was graduated from
Immaculata Seminary, attended
Georgetown Visitation Convent and
now is attending Purdue Univers
ity. Mr. Walford. who is a student
at the same University, served In
the Pacific as a lieutenant In the
Army Air Corps.
Ford-Martin
No date has been set for the
wedding of Miss Joan Beverly Ford
and Mr. Walter Hamilton Martin,
jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
of Alexandria, whose engagement
is announced by the bride-elect’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hart
man Ford.
Both Miss Ford and Mr. Martin
are attending the University of
Maryland.
Poling-S pansier
Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant A. Poling
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Geraldine Louise
Poling, to Sergt. Robert Bruce
Spangler, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B
Spangler of Groveton, Va. Sergt
Spangler is stationed at Fort Bel
voir with the 356th U. S. (Army
Band.
Education Society
Names 8 Women
Here to Roster
Eight women educators of the
District will be included in the Na
tional Education Roster which is
being compiled by Delta Kappa
Gamma, honor education society,
for publication in 1948, according to
an announcement.
Selection for the roster was based
on proven leadership and accomp
lishment in the field of education.
A master’s degree or its equivalent
was a minimum academic require
ment for the candidates.
The purpose of the roster to be pub
lished by the national headquarters
of Delta Kappa Gamma in Austin,
Tex., is to provide, for the use of
administrators, executives of edu
cational organizations, and the
public, information on women ex
celling in various fields of educa
tion who might be considered for:
appointments to unusual respon-;
sibilities.
The eight educators chosen from
Washington are Mrs. Ruth Webb
and Mrs. Bessie Wood Cramer, di-j
rectors of Division I and VI, re- [
spectively, of the elementary,
schools; Mrs. Dorothy Atchison,1
teacher at the Brightwood Demon
stration School; Miss Louise Vieh
meyer. English teacher at Alice Deal
Junior High School; Dr. Regis
Boyle, journalism instructor at
Eastern High School and Catholic
University; Mrs. Isabella Krey,
business teacher at McKinley High
School, and Dr. Mildred Fenner
and Dr. Ruth Coyner Little, editors
of the Journal of the National Edu
cation Association.
The roster will be the first of
Its kind published by the society.
MISS JULIET GILL.
—Harris & Ewing Photo.
Attendants Named
By Mar ye Thomas
Miss Marve Thomas, daughter of
Mrs. Helen Marye Thomas and Capt.
William Daniel Thomas, who w-ill
be married January 10 to Mr. Jesse (
Spalding, III, of New York and
Palm Beach, has selected her wed
ding attendants.
Mrs. Stuart Taylor of New York
will be matron of honor and the
other attendants will be Mrs. W.
Lewis MacCracken, Miss Lelia
Dickey and Miss Joan Exnicios of
Washington; Mrs. Samuel Dunham
of Haverford, Pa., formerly of this
city and Miss Joyce Spalding, sister
of the bridegroom-elect.
Mr. Lee Ault of New York will be
best man for Mr. Spalding and the
ushers will be Mr. Frank Shields,
Mr. David Close, Mr. Walter Brooks,
Mr. Harold Tenney and Mr. Sanford
Johnson.
Items of Interest
Mrs. Edwin L. Kokko of Los An
geles is spending a week in Wash
ington at the Lafayette Hotel. The
former Miss Bertha Coontz, daugh
ter of the late Admiral R. E. Coontz.
former Chief of Naval Operations,
and Mrs. Coontz, will attend the
New Year's eve party to be given
tonight by her cousins, Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. McAtee, at their home
in Massachusetts Park.
Dr. and Mrs. Rhett Stuart have as
their guest for a week their daugh
ter, Mrs. Ashby Sprague of Balti
more. Mrs.'Sprague attended the
debut of her cousin. Mis;. Louise
Leahy, daughter of Capt. and Mrs.
William H. Leahy, yesterday at the
Washington Club.
Capt. Maurice E. Browder, U. S. N.,
and Mrs. Browder will give a buffet
supper this evening for their daugh
ter, Miss Frances Elizabeth Browder,
who is spending the holidays with
her parents. Miss Browder is a
student at Sweet Briar. Guests to
night will be former classmates of
hers at Holton Arms and some of
the season's debutantes and their
escorts.
Mrs. Clifford A. Swanson, wife of
Rear Admiral Swanson, Medical
Corps, U. S. N., will leave for Cali
fornia early in January. She plans
to visit friends in Southern Cali
fornia and in San Francisco.
The newly reorganized Bethesda
Country Club will hold its first
social function this evening. It will
be a breakfast dance from 10 to 2
o’clock. Bob Montgomery’s Orches
tra -Jill furnish the music.
Mrs. Robert E. Lee III had as
guests in her box at the Philadelphia
Orchestra concert last evening the
Australian Ambassador and Mrs.
Norman J. O. Makin and Col. and
Senora Felipe Munilla.
Crogham Hold
Housewarming
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Croghan
entertained at a delightful party at
their home in Alexandria yesterday
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Croghan
recently returned from Detroit
where they have lived for about!
three years. The function yester-]
day was the first they have given in
the attractive house which is -about
150 years old.
It also was the first time that
many of their friends have seen
their infant daughter, Monica,
named for Mrs. Croghan's aunt,
Mrs. David St. Pierre Gaillard. The
baby is just six weeks oid.
Mrs. Croghan is the former Miss
Eileen Erwin /und is the daughter
of Col. and Mrs. Henry Parsons Er
win.
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MISS LOUISE HARRINGTON LEAHY.
—Chase-Statler Photo.
Gen., Mrs. Kenner
Are Hosts at Party
Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Albert W.
Kenner entertained 200 guests at a
cocktail supper yesterday in their
attractive home in Spring Valley.
The invitation read ‘‘6 until 8
o'clock,” but a goodly percentage
enjoyed the Kenners' hospitality
until late last night. The hostess
facilitated matters where refresh
ments were concerned by setting up
buffets in three different places—in
the dining room of course, where a
beautiful bouquet of red roses deco
rated the table; on the sun porch,
and downstairs in the informal at
mosphere of their recreation room.
And the supply of turkey and ham,
sandwiches and other delectables
seemed to be never-ending.
Mrs. Kenner wore a Dumle orchid
with her attractive green crepe
gown and was assisted during the
party by Mrs. George C. Beach, Mrs.
A. Magruder MacDonald, Mrs. Ray
mond Wire. Mrs. Harold Wellington
Jones, Mrs. Frank McGurk, Mrs.
Frank A. Allen, Mrs. William Nich
ols, Mrs. Clifton C. Carter, Mrs.
Rufus Holt and Mrs. Arthur E
Allen. Her son, Albert, jr., who was
here for a visit and attended the
party yesterday, will leave by plane
today to return to Nashville.
Nancy Hewitt
Is Engaged
Mr. Max Hewitt, formerly of
Cleveland, announced the engage-,
ment ofnis daughter. Miss Nancy
Ann Hewitt, to Mr. William James
Mackenzie, jr., it a party Monday
night at his home.
Miss Hew’itt attended the Masters
School at Dobbs Ferry, and was
graduated from the Laurel School in1
Cleveland. She is now studying at;
the National Art School here.
Mr. Mackenzie, who is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Mackenzie, was gradu
ated from Fishbume Military
School. He attended Virginia Poly
technic Institute and Millard Prep
oefore entering the service, where
tie served as a captain in the Army
Air Force. During the war he saw
service in Africa, Italy, Burma and
China. At present he is attending
American University.
Party Dates
The Commanding General of the
Army Medical Center and Walter
Reed General Hospital, Brig. Gen.
George C. Beach, and members of
his immediate staff will be hosts at
a, reception tomorrow from 4 until
5 o'clock at the Officers’ Club of the
Center.
The Officers’ Service Club will
entertain at a dance tonight at
the club house. 1644 Twenty-first
street, at 10 o’clock. There will be
dancing until 2 o’clock to music by
Carter, and a pageant at midnight
will be led by Richard Bathurst.
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The cocktail-buffet Mrs. A. C.
Burrows gave Monday in her Con
necticut avenue apartment honored
Rear Admiral and Mrs. Jack Bowl
ing, but the guests didn’t know' till
the party was well under way, that
they were celebrating Mrs. Bowling's,
birthday. Nor did even-one learn,
even then, that Saturday wall be
Admiral and Mrs. Bowling's six
teenth wedding anniversary. It was
a very gay gathering, the largest
Mrs. Burrows has entertained in a
long while. And she looked stun
ning in a Grecian-style gown of
white satin-crepe with opalescent
sequins completely covering the bo
dice. A white orchid was pinned in
.her dark hair. Mrs. Bowling's ombre:
chiffon gown shaded from golden!
hrnwn to nalest Dink and she w'ore
a green orchid.
Prominent among the guests were
Mme. Bonnet, wife of the French
Ambassador; the Czech Ambassador
and Mme. Slavik, Mme. Dendramis,
wife of the Greek Ambassador, with
her sister, Mile. Valsamis; Mrs. Thor
Thors, wife of the Minister of Ice
land; Lt. Gen. and Mrs. A. C. Wede
meyer, the Administrative Assistant
to the President and Mrs. Donald
Dawson, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Albert
L. Cox, with their sons, Comdr. Wil
liam R. Cox and Lt. Col. Albert L.
Cox, jr.; the District Engineer Com
missioner and Mrs. Gordon R.
Young, Navy Capt. and Mrs. Robert
Foley, Navy Capt. and Mrs. Preston
G. Marshall, Comdr. and Mrs.
Charles Windsor, Col. and Senora
Felipe Munilla, Col. and Mrs. Wil
liam S. Culbertson, with their son
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Edmund E. Pendleton, jr.; Dr. and
Mrs. Paul Fleming-Holland, Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas L. Hatch, Mr. and Mrs.
W. Royce Powell, Dr. and Mrs.
Tomas Cajigas, with their daughter,
Anita; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jon
niaux, Mr. and Mrs. Constantine
Stackelberg, Mrs. Irene Caldwell and
Mrs. George Dyer, wife of Rear
Admiral Dyer.
AUss Kray Bride
Miss Carmel Rita Kray, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Henry
Kray of Indian Head, became the
bride Saturday of Mr. Michael John
Novick, son of Mrs. Novick and the
late Mr. William Novick of Wor
chester, Mass., in St. Mary's Star of
the Sea Church at Indian Head.
The Rev. Joseph A. Webor officiated.
The bride was given In marriage
by her father and was attended by
Mrs. Elizabeth Cartzendafner and
Miss Jane Novick. The best man
was Mr. Raymond J. Kray and Mr.
John Novick and Mr. Alexander
Novick served as ushers.
Mr. and Mrs. Novick will make
their home at College Park.
Moira JohnsonPresentedatT ea;
Other Parties for Debutantes
By Betty Milliken
Mrs. Aymar Johnson presented
her daughter, Miss Moira Johnson,
to society in the Capital at a tea
given /yesterday in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Vereide on Mas
sachusetts avenue. The young bud,
who has spent most of her life in
New York and London, made her
bow in New York at a dinner given
at Pierre's before the Junior As
sembly on December 6. She will be
presented at the Court of St. James’
in London in the spring.
The debutante, who is the daugh
ter of the late Lt. Comdr. Johnson,
U. S. N. R„ was graduated in June
from St. Timothy's in Catonsville and
now is attending the Washington
School for Secretaries. She is a
granddaughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Bradish Johnson and the late
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frederick Hoff
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er's side is a cousin of the late Presi
dent Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
For the party yesterday Miss John
son wore a full-skirted gown of pink
net with a tight-fitting bodice of
black faille edged with net. A black
velvet bandeau held her hair and she
carried a bouquet of white sweet
peas and stevia. Her mother was in
black velvet, with a blue fox scarf,
and was assisted by Mrs. Hayes
Kroner who poured coffee and Mrs.
Stuart Alexander who served tea.
Luncheons at Clubs
Luncheon parties for debutantes
are a regular occurrence these days,
and usually the first party of some
times half a dozen in one day. I
Yesterday at the Chevy Chase Club,
debutante Alice Diggs, daughter of
the Marshall R. Diggs, was honor
guest at a luncheon given by her
former classmate at Holton Arms,
Phyllis Evans, daughter of Mrs. J.
M. Stoddard. The girls exchanged
corsages, Alice giving her hostess
white carnations and Phyllis pre
senting her honor guest with gar
denias. Red and white gladioluses
gave a holiday note to the table
decorations.
In the pulchritudinous gathering
were Kathleen Rowe, Averill Bor
den, Ann Barber, Helen and Amie
Willard, Dudley Nicolson, Patricia
Emery, Frances Haynes, Barbara
Glover and Sherrard Marthinson.
The dqy before, debutante Betty
Jeanne Harrell, daughter of the Ru
Hrvlnh T* Warrplls wn.c fpt.pH at. a
luncheon at the Sulgrave Club by
Miss Anne Tuohy. Other attractive
misses at this party were Peggy
Merriam, Edmonia Kearney, Agnes
Dunn, Anne Bruce Moffett, Julia
Snowden, Joan Hitobcock, Nancie
Dyer, Mary Durant, Mary-Stuart
Price, Betty Helsing and Muriel
Donovan of Baltimore.
Eggnog Party
Most of the 150 guests who
dropped by for eggnog yesterday at
the apartment of the Deputy As
sistant Postmaster General and Mrs.
Roy M. North were young friends of
their post-deb daughter, Romona;
their sub-deb daughter, Janis; and
their nephew, William R. Felt, jr., a
physician at Walter Reeed Hospital.
There were a few of the hosts’
contemporaries, however, including
the Postmaster General and Mrs.
Jesse M. Donaldson, the Postmaster
of Washington and Mrs. Vincent C.
Burke, M. and Mme. Camille
Chautemps, Mrs. Julian Gillespie,
Mrs. David St. Pierre Gaillard,
Mrs. Joseph Lawler and Dr. and
Mrs. Tomas Cajigas.
An enormous Christmas tree,
sprayed with silver and trimmed
with red lights, commanded atten
tion in the living room, and a
miniature tree with vari-colored |
lights decorated the buffet in the1
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dining room. Red carnations with
white tulips and white snapdragons
centered the tea table.
Romona was a picture in red
velvet with gardenias in her hair,
and her sister carried out the holi
day motif in green taffeta trim
med with green sequins and red
roses in her hair. Three of their
closest friends assisted, Ann Gil
lespie. Monica Gaillard and Carolyn
Wendt.
Among the guests were Elena
Ivanissevich, Hilda Vallarino. Mar
gret Thors, Anita and Teresa
Baraibar, Adelina Copello, Mary
Virginia Burke. Dorothy and Elenita
Dyer, Katherine and Maureen Elk
ins, Emily and Betty Arnold,
Elizabeth and Virginia Baker, Annie
Laurie Rankin, Jane Lingo, Flor
ence Montfort, Elaine Trimble,
Katherine Colean, Lorraine Went
worth and Edwina Pou Wadden.
Still others were Mr. and Mrs.
Edmund Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Dudley, Mr. and Mrs George C,
Clarke, jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Homei
Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent C
Burke, jr.; Mrs. King Irwin and
her debutante sister, Miss Cornelia
Danger; Mrs. Betty Tyson Lyeth
Mrs. Ocie Drennan Heady. Berry
Wallace, Ben Dorsey, jr.. Bob Jones,
Pete Gaillard, Frank Turner, Gra
ham Smallwood, Marvin Coles, A1
Marland, Turner Bailey, Bowdoin
Craighill, Charles McEnernev,
Austin Beall. Jim Batte, Allen Jones,
Jack Van Devanter. Gallatin de
Knox, and George Pendleton.
Miss Scott Bride
Miss Elizabeth Louise Scott be
came the bride of Mr. Howard Bil
brough Monday evening in the Grace
Evangelical Lutheran Church. Dr.
G. E. Lenski officiated at the cere
mony. The birde is the daughter
of Mrs. Scott and the late Mr.
Donald P. Scot.% and Mr. Bilbrough
is the son of Mrs. Charles H. Bil
brough and the late Mr. Bilbrough.
Given in marriage by her brother,
Dr. Donald C. Scott, the bride wore
a gown of white brocaded taffeta
with a finger-tipf veil. Her matron
of honor, Mrs. Donald C. Scott,
wore a gown of green taffeta and
the maid of honor, Miss Ellen Bil
brough, wore a gown of pink
taffeta.
Flower girls were, Elizabeth Ann
Hiley and Willa-Ray Blood. Mr.
Robert Bilbrough served as best
man and the ushers were Mr. Frank
E. Blood, Mr. Frank Daniel, Mr.
Marion Hiley and Mr. Bruce Kahle.
After a motor trip to the Caro
linas and Georgia, Mr. and Mrs.
Bilbrough will live at 1305 Monroe
street.
'Rose BowV Party
The University of Michigan Alum
nae and Alumni Associations have
been invited to be the guests of the
California and Michigan State So
sieties at a New Year’s party at 4:30
p.m. tomorrow on the Washington
Hotel roof. Highlight of the party
will be a broadcast of the Rose Bowl
game from Pasadena, Calif.
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DAR Unit Names
Guest Speakrs
Col. Mary A. Hallaren. staff dlrec*
tor. WAC, and Capt. Margaret E.
McEnerney of the Public Relations
Division of the Army, will be the
guest, speakers at the meeting of
the National Defense Committee of
the DAR at 11 a.m. Friday at the
Chapter House, 1732 Massachusetts
avenue N.W.
Col. Hallaren will talk on her
work with the WAC overseas. Capt.
McEnerney, w'ho has been stationed
with the Experimental Unit at Fort
Knox, will discuss the training
given 18-year-old boys.
Mrs. William H. McGlauflin, State
chairman, will preside at tfce
meetine.
UDC to Entertain
At Holiday Party j
The District Division of th4
United Daughters of the Confeder
acy will entertain the members and
friends of the Maj. Charles M.
Stedman Chapter of the Children
of the Confederacy at a holiday
party this afternoon from 3 to 5
o’clock at Confederate Hall, 1322
Vermont avenue N.W.
Mrs. Liza Ellen Carpenter, tho
new president of the division, will
receive the young guests and will bo
assisted by Mrs.- Livingston Vann,
director of the Children of tho
Confederacy.
FLOOR SERVICE
OLD AND NEW FLOORS
SANDED AND FINISHED
CLEANING — WAXING
BRUCE FINISHES
Flooring Contractors, Inc.
1812 Wi*. Art. N.W.NO. 321ft
an $nu
3Frnm all
nf un at
EHHE8T N » me.
614 13th St. N.W.
RITA DIMITRIOU
Sensational Athenian Star
| Stnrlnf the latest French. Greek asl
} American Amin
Direst frem her trivmphant Fares pan Tew
Opening
New Year's Eve
Dinner # Supper
Entertainment • Favors
Dancing to BOB SIMPSON
and his all star Band
$7.50 Min. Per Person
No Cover
®lfc Nrm ®rlrattB
1214 Connecticut Ave.
Reservations, RE. 7284
8 i t ^ ^8
Olney inry |v
#jf Olneg, ttlanjlandl
€r Enjoy a Bountiful
f J2eto gear’s ©inner |
JB Served in the traditional fL
m , Olney manner, noon ’til nine. 'fat
Cocktail lounge open daily including Sunday IH
£# and Holidays. /K\v
*ll OPEN YEAR ROUND EXCEPT FEBRUARY _4L>
To reach Olney, 12 miles north of
Silver Spring, out State Route 97.
if Clara May Downey,

GREETINGS
TO OUR
FOUNDERS
The founders of this business are the
heads of the business. There has been no
change. They started out as “Custom Ladies,
Tailors” and their ideals of fine workman
ship still endure.
Though they are no longer in the workroom,
they are the guiding hand behind it.- Every
phase of our policy is under Mr. and Mrs.
M. Pasternak’s carefully planned supervi
sion. Every dream and realised detail of
Pasternak’s growth testifies to their cease
less activity. They started to build it 45 years
ago and they are still building!
OUTFITTERS TO GENTLEWOMEN SINCE 1903—
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