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\ Prompt Ddivtry J jBecomes Engag&L Mr. and Mrs. Barney Sutter an nounce the enticement of their diuthter, Miu Bernice Jane Sus slr, to Mr. William Adlai Mann, son of Mr. Ind Mrs. Adlai Mann. Mr. Minn is a graduate of the School of Foreign Service of Georgetown University and during the war served in Europe with the 28th Infantry Division. ...."1 mid-winter fur sale reductions up to A * A A A A A A • PUR REPAIRING • • OR REMODELING • • N»w *t UwMt l««i * • S*r»ic* • WWWmii* . * -I on fine furs from our own regular stock Schwaftfy Tu/t$hif> Matter Turritr & for Over 35 Ytart 704 13th St. N.W. SECOND FLOOR NA. 6346 Our Second Floor Location Saves You Monty Member of the Washington’* Furriers’ Guild >4 ' .. 1 new ... from every angle |! The handsomest of suits features fascinat ing new lints . . . tailored to perfection Of j *«*~i. 100 wool worsted. $75. || 2Mcrt^oMnan. 2830 WILSON ILVD., ARLINGTON, VA. •Open Friday's 'til 9 P.M. _OLtbe 1 lOOsOMSMiSi Vb%8S.V PHYSICAL FITNESS CLUI 1714 X it. N.W. • EX. 4204 Just eff Connecticut Avenue A I MRS. WHITE. —Hessler Photo. The Rev. William H. Kepler offi ciated at the wedding at 3 o’clock yesterday of Miss Ruby Ellen De Hart of Silver Spring and Mr. Don ald Richard White of Chevy’Chase, which took place in the Northmln ster Presbyterian Church. After the wedding, a reception was held at Hotel 2400. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Randolph De Hart of Hillsville, Va. She wore a white slipper satin gown, with a mar quisette yoke trimmed with seed pearls. Her skirt fell into a train and a Juliet cap of seed pearls held her veil of illusion. She carried white roses and gardenias. Mrs. Earl R. De Hart was njatron of honor for her sister-in-law. She had on aqua satin and she wore a headdress of brandywine roses matching her arm bouquet. The bridesmaids were Miss Kitty Prich ard and Miss Joan Nicholl. Their gowns were maize satin and they carried American beauty roses. They also wore headdresses of the same flowers. Mr. William A. Fitzpatrick was best man for the bridegroom, who is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. White of Chevy Chase. The ushers were the Messrs. Earl De Hart, Dromer oi me unuc. nay mond W. and Arthur P. White, brothers oi the bridegroom, and Harry E. Schwind. After a wedding trip to the Pocbno Mountains, the couple will make their home in Washington. Brooks (Continued From Page D-l.l ciso Ramos, who has been charge d’affaires during the Ambassadors absence, and Mrs. Ramos have given a series of dinner parties. The Second Secretary of the Em bassy fcnd Mrs. Octavio L. Maloles shared honors last week with Dr. and Mrs. Leopoldo Ruiz and Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Busuego who shortly will leave for London. Dr. Maloles will serve as Second Secre tary of the Philippine Legation which 30on will be established in London. Mr. Ramon Fernandez has been appointed minister there and will have serving with him, Mr. Jose Imperial of the Consulate in San Francisco who will be First secretary, Mr. Busuego will be the ' Vice- Consul in Iondon. Dr. Rugs, wlifehas been Second Secre tary of Tne Embassy here, will go to Chicago to establish a consulate. ■ The Colombian Ambassador and Senora de Restrepo-Jaramillo were Ijosts at luncheon yesterday in the Embassy, which was another of the farewell parties being given for the retiring Chairman of the Board oi Governors of the Pan American Union and Senora de Rocha. The Canadian Ambassador and Mrs. Hume Wrong are in Nea York where they went for the dinner Friday evening, of the Ca nadian Society. The Ambassadoi was the guest speaker. Thfc Counselor of the Canadian ..i_ i— ri- A/r**c PViorln cmwnooj •** * - - Ritchie were in Washington for e day or so last week and were enter tained at dinner by the Ambassadoi and Mrs. Wrong. Senorita Hilda Vallarino, daugh ter of the former Panamanian Am bassador and Senora de Vallarino ■ wil be back in Washington Thurs day. for several parties which are planned for her. She is in New York with her mother for a week and will bid the latter bon voyage when she sails Wednesday for the Isthmus. Dr. Vallarino has been at home for some time preparing foi his campaign for the Presidency anc resigned as ambassador here earh in the year. The appointment ot his successor has not been made officially but Senor Octavio Valla rino, a distance cousin of the recen envoy, is expected to take over the affairs of his Government in Wash ington. Popular Senor Don Raul Diez de Medina is in town for the week end coming down from New York when he has assumed his new duties a Bolivian representative on the Unit ed Nations Committee pn Palestine III 1 1 l""' '' ’ WoHtndn-Sures v Ceremony Held Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bures an nounce the marriage of their daugh ter, Miss Be be Sures, to Mr. David Wortman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Wortmap. The ceremony took place at • o'clock last evening at the Broadmoor Hotel, Rabbi Hugo BrhHV officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her father. 8he wore a gown of white satin, fashioned with a basque bodice and bustle. Her fin ger-tip veil of illusion" fell from a Juliet cap of seed pearls and she carried a bouquet of white carna tions, interwoven with white sweet peas and lilies of the valley. The bride's sister, Mrs. Andre Ber ber of Philadelphia, was matron of honor and Mr. Martin OokUwrg was best man. After their honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Wortman will reside in Wash ington.___ Announcement Mrs. Mollie Mason announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Nancy Mason, daughter of the late Mr. Joseph Mason, to Mr. Murray Scher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bcher. The wedding will take place May 8._ , MRS. WORTMAN. r-Hessler Photo. ■ ' ■. i i i i ■■ ■ I I SPECIAL!! ONE MORE WEEK!! Regular $10 Values / Machine or Machineless OR COLD WAVE PERMANENT This special hali . price. A truly mn dertul ralue, etB plete, Be extras. • •I « ±> i ±3 $ HONEYCUTT UPHOLSTERERS Special Offer in $10.50 Yd. Fabric 10 DAYS ONLY | CLUB CHAIR, $^7-50 ONE CUSHION-- <■/ / SOFA $Q7-50 | THREE CUSHION ..-. ^ / Five colors in your favorite decorativi fabric. A fine grade of MATELASSE fabric is on display in our Show Room. Call us and we will be glod to bring our samples to your home. 1954 Calvert St. N.W. 1 block off Conn. 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