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| Senator*s Niece to Be Married;
Other Engagements Announced More than a few Washingtonians will be interested in the announce ment of the engagement of Paulina du Pont Meeds to Daniel Hendrickson Wellford which was made in Wilmington Saturday night at a dinner given by the bride-elect’s stepfather and mother, Mr and Mrs Robert Wheel wright. Miss Meeds’ uncle and aunt, Senator and Mrs. C. Douglass Buck, spent the weekend in Wilmington as they do customarily and Mrs. Buck will return today. Her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Howard Perkins, the latter formerly Ellen Meeds, who attended the an nouncement party at the Wheelwright residence, Goodstay, are back in their apartment at the Washington House where they’ve lived since their marriage in the spring. And her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Mason B. Starring, the latter formerly Nancy Donaldson of New York, who didn’t go to Wilmington for the party, are living temporarly at 3261 O street. They’ll celebrate their first wedding anniversary, incidentally, January 25, and v vv* v w* gw town abode shortly afterward. Miss Meeds was presented to soci ety in Wilmington at a tea given at her mother’s home December 29. A small dance followed the same evening. She now is a senior at the Madeira School in Greenway, Va., and formerly attended the Tower Hill School. Mr. Wellford is a stu dent at the University of Virginia, where, following a late-June wed ding, the young couple plan to re aide until he receives his degree. Craun-Carpenter January 23 has been selected by Mrs. Georgia Boring Craun, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Bor ing of Fairmont, W. Va., as the date for her marriage to Mr. John Evans Carpenter, son of the late Mr. and MRS. CRAUN. Mrs. Everett R. Carpenter of Wash- j ington. The wedding will take place at 7 o’clock in the evening in the Wallace Memorial Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Dr. C. E. Haw thorne officiating. Mrs. Betty Sturm of Fairmont will be matron of honor for her sister and Miss Edith Carpenter, sister of the bridegroom-elect, will be maid of honor. Mr. James Carpenter will serve as best man for his brother and Mr. rrancis H. Crawford and Mr. Bruce W. Benton will be the ushers. Lippold-Butns A June wedding is being planned by Miss Doris Kathryn Lippold, whose engagement to Mr. Francis Jerome Burns is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Lippold. Mr. Burns is the son of Mrs. John J. Burns of Holyoke, Mass., and the late Mr. Bums. The bride-elect recently was grad uated from Mary Washington Col lege of the University of Virginia. Mr. Burns is attending George Washington University after serv ing overseas for two years with the Jtth Army Air Force. Bfamlitt-Walker Mrs. Helen Seibel Bramlitt of Washington and Miami announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Martha Helen Bramlitt. to Mr. Charles Respess Walker of Atlanta. Miss Bramlitt attended the Uni versity of Miami and Lynchburg College. TT1_ T r $ i %, %y ~ rt January 24 is the date selected by Miss Rachael Anne Wiley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Tennyson Wiley of Tiffin, Ohio, for her mar riage to Lt. Col. Edgar Hall Thomp son, Jr., son of Mrs. Thompson of Washington and the late Col. Thompson. The wedding will take place in Tiffin. W illiams-J enkins Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Williams of Alexandria have announced the en gagement of their daughter, Miss Pauline Joyce Williams, to Mr. David Kay Jenkins, grandson of Mr. Fred H. Kay of Gulfport, Fla. The announcement was made at a party given in the home of Miss Williams’ brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Kay in New Castle, Pa., during the holidays. Miss Williams is employed in the Department of the Army and Mr. Jenkins shortly will receive his B. S. degree from Penn State Col lege. Entertainment Is Lively Along Diplomatic Row The Minister of National Defense of Canada. Mr. Brooke Claxton, and Mrs. Claxton arrived yesterday for a few days’ visit with the Canadian Ambassador and Mrs. Hume Wrong. Last evening the visitors dined in formally with the Canadian Min ister and Mrs. Thomas A. Stone and this evening they will be entertained at dinner by the Ambassador and Mrs. Wrong. The Secretary of Defense, Mr. James V. Forrestal will be host at luncheon tomorrow, entertaining the visitor in his private dining room In the Pentagon, and in the late after noon the Ambassador and Mrs. Wrong will give a reception from 5:30 to 7:30 o’clock in their new home, at 2825 Rock Creek drive for the Minister and Mrs. Claxton. The Finnish Minister and Mme. Jutila entertained at dinner last evening in honor of the newly ap pointed United States Minister to Finland and Mrs. Avra M. Warren. Mr. Warren is here for a short stay from his former post as Minister to New Zealand before going to Hel sinki, where he will succeed Mr. Maxwell M. Hamilton. The Chief of Protocol and Mrs. Raymond Muir were among those from the State Department circle who attended the dinner and others in the list of guests were Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hulley and Mr. and Mrs. Casper D. Green. The director of the Kansallis-Osake Bankke, Mr. Matti Virkkunen of Helsinki, was at j the dinner having come to Wash j ington for a few days’ stay while in this country on business. The retiring Military Attache of the Honduran Embassy, Maj. Juan Da Costa, left yesterday afternoon by plane for his homeland after a whirl of farewell parties. One of thei final fetes in the large number was an impromptu cocktail party given Saturday by Mrs. Ellen Beard at the j Shoreham. Guests included a num ber of officers of the United States forces, diplomatic and Washington residents. Included in the group were the former Military Attache of the Cuban Embassy and Senora de Munilla. Mrs. Keyser Feted By Mrs. Newton Mrs. Cleveland A. Newton was hostess at luncheon today enter taining in her home in honor of Mrs. Charles P. Keyser who was chair man of the Tuesday food bar group for the Stage Door Canteen through the war. Mrs. Keyser organized those serving with her on that com ! mittee into the Tuesday Canteen ! Club and once each month they visit i Walter Reed Hospital with delicious snacks for the patients. Mrs. Newton's guests included Mrs. Thor Thors, Mrs. James E. Atkinson, Mrs. Frederick Brown, Mrs. Vernon Cleaver, Mrs. John Harwood, Mrs. Otto Hamerlund, Mrs. Charles W. Fairfax, Mrs. Henry Van Tine, Mrs. Sue Richwine, Mrs. Carlton Duffus, Mrs. Harry Schnabel, Mrs. Will oughby S. Chesley, Mrs. Carl Casey, and Mrs. Milton H. Pearcy. Also at the lunch from that circle were Mrs. Frank MacMaugh, Mrs. Strickland Gillilan, Mrs. Albert Mengel, Mrs. William Cushing, Mrs. Leo Ritter, Mrs. John Rippey, Mrs. Heman Ward, Mrs. James Hoffman, Mrs. Carl Le Compte, Mrs. Vernon Lowrey, Mrs. Harvey Harrison. Mrs. Samuel G. Kerry, Mrs. John Shaw, Mrs. Eldon P. King, Mrs. Ludo Pick ett, Mrs. Louis Renfrow, Mrs. Lou ise Stewart, Mrs. James J. Durnan, Mrs. Henry F. Sawtelle, Mrs. Jack son Davis and Mrs. Arthur Vennell. | Embassy Dates | The Minister of Luxembourg and Mme. Le Gallais have issued invi tations to a reception Friday, Janu ary 23, from 5:30 until 7:30 o’clock in celebration of the birthday of her royal highness, the Grand I Duchess of Luxembourg. Senora Altagracia de Thomen, wife of the new Dominican Ambas sador, has sent out cards for a luncheon Wednesday, January 21, at 1 o'clock at the Embassy, "in the spirit ox Inter-American goodwill.' Invitations have been issued by the Ambassador of Yugoslavia, Mr. Sava N. Kosanovic, to a musical to be given Tuesday, January 20, at 8 I o’clock, at the Embassy for the bene 1 fit of the Speech Clinic Foundation. GERBER BLADES I TUNEFUL TRAVELER Your vacation trip Is enhanced when a Sentinel radio accompanies you. Easy to pack, only 4"x5"x8". Operates on AC, DC or battery. To be fully appre ciated, must be heard. Black and white or black and red plastic, 44.95 Leather covered, 59.95 2 Doors Above Mayflower jj Republic 0611 | MISS MUSCATO. An at home was given re cently by Dr. and Mrs. George H. Muscato of Lockport, N. Y., and Miami to announce the engagement of their daugh ter, Miss Amelia C. Muscato, to Mr. Joseph A• Sommer. MISS BUCHANAN. June will be the wedding month of Miss Betty Ray Buchanan and Mr. Stancliff Churchill Elmore, whose en gagement has been annouced by Miss Buchanan’s mother, Mrs. Richard Bell Buchanan. —Hessler Photo. In the Bridal Procession The marriage of Miss Selma Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz, to Mr. Benjamin D. Jaffe, son of Mrs. Louis Jaffe and the late Mr. Jaffe, took place re cently in B’nai B’rith Synagogue, Rabbi Henry Segal officiating at the ceremony. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride was attended by her sis ter, Miss Dorothy Schwartz, as maid of honor. Mr. Max Kay was best man for the bridegroom, and the ushers were Mr. Harry Kay and Mr. Irwin Pass, and two nephews of the bridegroom, Colbert Sander off and Elliott Gold. Robertson-Sanderson Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. W. Sanderson announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Cary Louise Sander son, to Mr. Thomas Owen Robertson of Birmingham, Ala. The wedding took place recently with the Rev. Dr.' Andrew Reid Bird of the Church of the Pilgrims of ficiating at the ceremony. Kurt z-Newb old Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Henshall of the marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Mary Henshall Newbold, to Mr. Walter Owen Kurtz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Kurtz of Kala mazoo, Mich. The wedding took place recently ; in Trinity Episcopal Church and the Rev. Robert S. Trenbath of ficiated at the ceremony. Thirlkel-Bede Miss Virginia Bede, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bede of Pine City, Minn., was married recently to Mr. W. Edmund Thirlkel, son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Thirlkel of Baltimore. The wedding took place in St. Matthew’s Cathedral with the Rev. John Thirlkel, brother of the bride groom, officiating at the ceremony. Miss Katherine Jones was the maid of honor and Mr. Thirlkel's father served as his best man. Freeman-Lowe The Rev. Dr. Orris G. Robinson officiated at the ceremony recently that united in marriage Miss Juanita Lowe and Mr. Lawrence D. Freeman. The wedding took place in Calvary Methodist Church. Mrs. Freeman is the daughter of Mrs. Lillian I. Lowe and the bride groom is the son of Mrs. Grace E. Freeman Sears of Arlington and the late Mr. Eugene Freeman. Miss Joyce Newman was the maid of honor and the other attendants were Mrs. Robert Hurd and Mrs. Shirley Bennett, sisters of the bride. Capt. Hurd escorted the bride and gave her in marriage. Mr. Francis Falklnburg was best man and the ushers were Mr. Wallace Geyer and Mr. William Guerrant. Stiegelmar-Garcia St. Anthony’s Church was the scene of the wedding recently of Miss Teresita Garcia and Ensign Loren R. Stiegelmar, the Rev. Ed ward J. O’Brien officiating at the ceremony. Mrs. Stiegelmar is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolfo Garcia of Manila, P. I., and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Stiegelmar of Crete, Neb. Mrs. Joseph A. Orozco was the bride’s only attendant and she and Mr. Orozco were hosts at the re ception after the ceremony. Mr. Antonio Garcia-Llamas of Madrid, Spain, brother of the bride, was best man. Gallo-Engelhard The marriage of Miss Myrtle Naomi Engelhard to Mr. George Gallo took place recently in the Calvary Baptist Church with the Rev. Pierre Tangent officiating at the ceremony. Boyce-Towson Mr. and Mrs. Irving Campbell Towson announce the marriage of Mr. Towson's sister, Miss Edith Gilliss Towson, to Mr. Glen Fred erick Boyce, the wedding taking place recently in Ellicott City. Mrs. Boyce is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. D. E. W. Towson and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Frederick E. Boyce and the late Mr. Boyce. Rawlett-Page The marriage of Miss Nona Olus Page, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Page of Edge Hill, Va., to Mr. Julian M. Rawlett, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Raw lett of King George County, Va., took place recently in the Warren ton Baptist Church. The Rev. Guy C. Heyh officiated at the ceremony and the bride was attended by Miss Oris Hutton of Arlington. Mr. Elwood Rawlett of Edge Hill, uncle of the bridegroom, was his best man. Williams-Bednarek Announcement is made of • the marriage of Miss Carolyn M. Bed narek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Charles Bednarek, formerly of Baltimore and Wilkes Barre, to Mr. James Eldridge Williams, son of Mr. ant^ Mrs. Robert Andrew Williams of Baltimore, formerly of Tappahannock. The wedding took place recently in tne unurcn oi me assumpnuu, the Rev. Charles Salkovich officiat ing at the ceremony, and the bride was escorted by her father. Miss Marie Ann Barron of Balti more was the bride’s only attendant and Mr. Robert Andrew Williams, jr., was best man for his brother. McLean-Lamb The marriage of Miss Marjorie L. Lamb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley I. Lamb of White, S. Dak., to Col. David S. McLean, U. S. A,, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. David S. McLean of Greenwood, Miss., took place in the Walter Reed Memorial Chapel at the Army Medical Center. Chaplain LeRoy W. Raley officiated. McDonald-Boldirt Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. McDonald are living in Morgantown, W. Va., while the former is attending the University of West Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, the latter for merly Miss Mary Jane Boldin, were married in the Francis Asbury Methodist Church, the Rev. Dr. O. B. Langrell officiating. The bride, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Boldin of Falls Church, was attended by Miss Catheryn Fisher of Arlington and! Pfc. Edward Wagner of Chicago was best man. Mr. McDonald is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McDonald of Mount Zion, W. Va. Goldblum-Harris Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Shirley Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George MISS KENDRICK. —Glogau Photo. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kendrick announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Jean Marie Kendrick, to Mr. Maurice J. Moran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice D. Moran of this city. The wedding will take place in the early summer. Miss Kendrick was graduated from Immaculata Junior College and the Catholic University. Mr. Moran is a student in the School of Engineering at Columbia Technical Institute after two and a half years’ service with the Army Air Forces. In the News Senator and Mrs. Ralph E. Flan ders will entertain at a tea Friday from 5:30 until 7 o’clock at the Sulgrave Club in honor of Mrs. Flanders’ sister, Mrs. William H. Beardsley of Springfield, Vt., who is spending the winter in Washing ton. Mrs. Joseph Rider Farrington, wife of the delegate from Hawaii to the United States House of Rep resentatives, has issued invitations to an informal party on Monday, January 19, from 4 to 6, at the May flower, in honor of Mrs. Wallace H. White, jr., wife of Senator White of Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Tilcker man entertained 20 guests at lunch eon Sunday in honor of Mrs. Alex ander Gordon of Baltimore and her daughter, Mrs. Keppel-Palmer of England. Prince and Wife Feted at Dinner The Prince and Princess Christian of Hesse, who are causing a flurry of parties by their visit in Wash ington, were feted again last eve ning. Mrs. McCeney Werlich en tertained the Prince and Princess and their daughter, Princess Olga, at a forma! dinner in her home. There were 16 in all at this white tie affair. The Princess of Hesse, the former Elizabeth Reid Rogers, and Mrs. Werlich have known each other since their debut days. On her first visit to this country in 13 years, the Princess is seeing a number of her old friends. Another, Mrs. George Maurice Morris, will entertain the distinguished visitors at dinner this evening. Tomorrow the Prince and Princess of Hesse will go to New York, where they will stay at the Plaza for at least a month to be on hand for all the parties that have been planned in their honor. After that they may go South or perhaps they will .return to Washington. Harris, to Mr. Joshua Goldblum, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goldblum, the wedding taking place recently at Hotel 2400 with Rabbi Harry Silverstone officiating at the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father and Mrs. Myron Garflnkle was her matron of honor. Mr. Sidney Banner was best man and Mr. Herbert Zanoff escorted the bridegroom to the altar. Kobre-Heineman The marriage of Miss Mary Esther Heineman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Heineman, to Mr. i Max Kobre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kobre, took place recently in the Hamilton Hotel. Rabbi Henry Segal officiated at the ceremony and the bride was given in marriage by fcer father. Miss Thelma Heineman was her sister’s maid of honor apd Mr. Robert Kobre was best man for his brother. FOR THIRTY-ONE YEARS THE SPECIALTY SHOP FOR SMART YOUNG WOMEN Store-wide Sale ^ Shop All Floors ! THIRTEENTH ★ BETWEEN E & F SACRIFICE | 500 dresses WE'RE PRACTICALLY GIVING THEM AWAY! ip * Originally $22.95 to $25 It’s hard to imagine such a low.price for these lovely dresses in wonderful choice of fabrics, grand styles for the office, street, afternoon wear. Included are FORMALS for evening wear. Originally $29.95 to $^5 What a SALE . . . every type dress for morning, afternoon and evening wear. Dark and light shades in every type fabric you could possibly want. Strictly tailored or bright with sequin trims.- Splendid FORMAL dresses, too. . SIZES 9 to 15 and 10 to 18. \ FURS COATS SUITS DRESSES SPORTSWEAR—4 ) < \ Monroney Warns Against Politics On Marshall Plan The hope that the Marshall Han will not become ensnarled in party politics and be made an issue in the craning elections was expressed yes terday by Representative Mike Mon roney of Oklahoma in an address before the Woman's National Demo cratic Club. Such an occurance, he warned, would mean a repetition of “the Wilson tragedy” which he said resulted from political wranglings over our foreign policy and laid the foundations of World War II. Mr. Monroney paid tribute to Re publican members of Congress who have tried to keep politics out of the proposed plan and said he hoped it would become an "American pol icy” and not a “party policy.” "Political issues should stop at the shore line,” he said. The speaker predicted that taxes and inflation would be major politi cal issues during 1948. Criticizing Republican proposals for tax reductions of between 5 and 6 billion dollars, he asserted that such a drastic cut would risk “throwing our financial security to the four winds.” On the other hand, he said, President Truman did not advocate a tax reduction but a pro posal that shifts the load from individuals to corporations. Emphasizing the importance of the inflation problem, Mr. Mon roney declared that if it is not solved “it won’t matter who wins the elec tion. Regardless of who is in power, if inflation continues, a national collapse will result," he said. “If the Republicans are unwilling to accept the President’s program, let them formulate a program of their own that will solve it,” he “Tf chAlllW flOTPP with Truman and leave it out of party politics.” Mr. Monroney also urged the im portance of universal military train ing and declared that “regardless of the fact that this is an election year, the party in power should put it to a vote.” In concluding his talk, Mr. Mon roney said, “As America goes to the polls on November 2, it will be as it should be; a year of important political decisions, based not on oratory, but on careful study and analysis.” He added that the votes of America will be accompanied by the hopes of millions for world peace based on the democratic leadership of the United States. “Totalitarian ism isn’t waiting passively for peo ple to believe in its beliefs,” he said, "and we cannot be passive, either. We must fight for our belief in free dom and democracy.” In a question and sinswer period which followed his address, Mr. Monroney was asked his opinion on the proposed displaced persons bill. He said that recruiting teams from other nations already are taking the younger and more skilled of the displaced persons and expressed the belief that we should recruit aliens who can help us as. much as we can help them instead of waiting to admit them into this country later on only through sympathy. Mr. Monroney was introduced by Mrs. J. Borden Harriman, president of the club. Alumnae Bridge The Kappa Kappa Gamma Junior Alumnae group will give a bridge party at 8 p.m. tonight at the home of Mrs. Leila Thompson, 3700 Ford ham road N.W. MISS BACHAND. The engagement of Miss Madeleine A. Bachand to Mr. John Philip Tudor is an nounced. Mr. Tudor is the son of Col. and Mrs. John S. Tudor. The wedding will take place in the spring. —Hessler Photo. Argo Lodge Plans 10th Anniversary Plans for observance of their 10th anniversary will be made by a spe cial committee of B’nai B’rith Wom en, Argo, at 2 p.m. tomorrow, fol lowing the regular board meeting at the Willard Hotel. Mrs. Nat H. Levy, chairman, and Mrs. Louis Furr, co-chairman of the membership directory and advertis ing book being printed for the af fair, will be joint hostesses with Mrs. Nathan Simkowitz, chapter president, at tea following the meet ing. The meeting will also feature re ports by Mrs. Lawrence Koenigs berger, Mrs. Maurice Bisgyer and Mrs. Levy on the District No. 5 B’nai B’rith Grand Lodge Executive meeting, held in Charleston, 6. C.4 last week end. Red Cross Program Mrs. Mildred Posten, executive secretary of the Montgomery County Chapter of the American Red Cross, will be guest speaker at the second quarterly meeting of the Chevy Chase Branch at 2 p.m. Tuesday, January 20 at the home of Mrs. George Ferris, 5810 Cedar parkway, Chevy Chase, Md. Mrs. Posten will outline the postwar program of the organization. Mrs. C. J. Riggall, chairman of the branch, will preside. Speaker Named Mrs. Raymond Clapper will ad dress a meeting of the Women’s Democratic Club of Chevy Chase on Monday at the home of Mrs. James Enright, 1 Primrose street, Chevy Chase, Md. Mrs. Robert E. Kline, jr„ will preside and members of the Bethesda Democratic Club will be guests. Refreshments will be served following the program by tlje Hos pitality Committee, of which Mrs. Robert Sweeny is chairman. DAR Activities Include Benefit Members of the District Daugh ters of the American Revolution are making Anal preparations for the benefit card party to be given from 2 to 8 pm. Saturday at the Chap ter House. Proceeds will go to the state current fund, Mrs. Wilfred J. Clearman, state regent, has an nounced. Committee chairmen working with Mrs. R. Wins Urn Holt, who is in charge of the party, include Mrs. Frank Sherman, treasure table; Mrs. Thomas Franklin and Mrs. George Middleton, baked goods and c^ndy, and Mrs. Leonard Mayfield, card table reservations. Tickets may be purchased from Mrs. David L. Wells, Miss Mildred Carter Sher man, Mrs. Joseph Alfred Richards, Mrs. Allen Robert Wrenn, Mrs. Carl H. Giroux and chapter regents. Dr. Edwin W. Broome, supefin tendent of the Montgomery County public schools, will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Chevy Chase Chapter on January 28 at the home of Mrs. Robert J. Boyd, 21 West Underwood street, Chevy Qiase. Dr. Broome’s topic will be “How -Can the Daughters of the American Revolution Help the County Schools?” , The regents of other DAR chape ters in Montgomery County will be guests. They include Mrs. Jullian C. Wallace of the Janet Montgom ery Chapter and Mrs. Fred H. Ma gruder of the Erasmus Perry Chap ter. 'Dlaif T aa TTT *V»A land News, will be the guest speaker at the meeting of the Erasmus Perry Chapter, to be • held Saturday at the home of Mrs. Elon G. Salisbury, 614 Flower- avenue, Takoma Park, Md. Mr. Lee will talk on the Blair Lee family and events in the early history of Silver Spring. - j Hadassah Conclave The annual midwinter conference of the business and professional divisions of Hadassah, Seaboard Region, will be held on Sunday at the Emerson Hotel in Baltimore. There will be discussions on the new Jewish state in Palestine and dele gates from Richmond, Norfolk, Baltimore and Washington, will par ticipate in a yariety of workshops. Style Show Slated The Women’s Auxiliary of the Washington Alumni Chapter of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity will hold a luncheon and fashion show on Friday at the Shoreham Hotel. The organization has ar ranged to offer voluntary services at the dental clinic of the Episcopal, Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Donor Banquet The annual donor banquet of the B’nai Israel Sisterhood will be held Wednesday at the Mayflower Hotel. Proceeds from the banquet will b« used in the building of a new syn agogue. Mrs. Bernard Zarin is gen eral chairman of the event. l quality shoes. Fall and winter stock from our famous Debu tante Shoe Shop. Not all sizes or colors in any one sale group. ALL SALES FINAL NO APPROVALS WERE N0W $9.95 to $14.95 $6,85 Debutante Shoes, Sixth Floor Julius Garfinckel & Co. ^ At Our Main Store Only | ^ 11 I 1 i • - i . .