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THE SUNDAY STAR, Washington, D. C.
SUNDAY. AUGUST 1». ICM D-6 Hjipri'i, l«,n 8 Cimnliy news-flash! jjßm "Ticker-tope new is the suove (HhMH^ and sophisticated silk taffeta suit for afternoon and dinner." tp^JmmtW* Featured from Selma's eol- ys\ lection : Pure silk taffeta with - jAjEa LA® \ scallops from Peter Pan collar IjS&bSK, I to waist and clever rhinestone j jSSSSr^^ 11 tob trim ot hip. 3 /a sleeves, I m slim skirt. Navy or black, I <'*’**>*&« / sizes 10 to 20. \ WSjf J 79,95 1 v J OTHERS: 39.95 to 195. i Jjj SELMA ) j 1307 CONNECTICUT AVE. I / Pree Parking at "De Sales Parking" i A lSth and N, at Rear. a) Selma’s * •Open Saturdays * Oi • f r ' ' *> '/■ in th * sweepin 9 cope s ' ,houette v<s ~., braid trimmed. Poodle cloth, so 1 Rizhcßrck * 1 108 CONNECTICUT AVENU E Another example of hotv much Wm. Rosendorf t JfmmM l jP^IJhJBP'jk AUGUST FIR SALE means to you , .. || Letout Like Mink Muskrat Coats CHOICE NORTHERN BACK PELTS These are beautiful coats. They’re Letout Northern Back la /i\lj 1! I| Muskrats, which means the pelts have been handled HI uB »\l i |1 f§ like mink. They’re choice grade Muskrats, the Im l R only type you'll ever see at William Rosendorf. If you’ve fjßJ :^R|gv shopped around, it isn’t necessary for us to ’Rpi^^R fll \ If* I tell you that $465 is an extraordinarily low bargain price I. \bt*** for letout Muskrat Coats of this quality. William Rosendorf \ 1215 G STREET N.W. I ) USE OUR CHARGE ACCOUNT—BUDGET PLAN—LAYAWAY PLAN U Miss Cruzan Is Married » Mil j:sfl. &KV WKB > *■ % . HjHB ftM-J . wraHV —Ologiu Photo. MRS. RANDALL Wedding Dote Is Selected Miss Pasy Ann Stewart and Mr. Rex Clifford have selected Septem ber 8 as the date for their wedding, which will take place in the Mount Vernon Place Methodist Church. Their engagement is announced by the bride-elect’s mother, Mrs. Samuel Woods Stewart of this city. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Park Clifford, also of this city. Miss Stewart attended Mary Baldwin College and Mr. Clifford is now attending the University of; Maryland. Miss Fairah L. Cruzan and Mr. Howard Lester Randall were mar ried yesterday in the chapel of the Mount Vernon Place Meth odist Church, the Rev. William R. Wright conducting the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Ulysses Grant Cruzan of Cushing, Okla., and the late Mr. Cruzan. Mr. Randall is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leverett L. Randall of Portland. Oreg. Mr. Orval R. Cruzan gave his sister in marriage, and another I sister, Miss Clarah C. Cruzan, was the bride's maid of honor. Other I attendants were Miss Ruth A. i Clarke of Pittsburgh. Pa., and !Mrs. R. Sidney Shoemaker of Bethesda. Mr. Bill Grenfell of Portland and Arlington served the | groom as best man, and Mr. Jerry iPadburg and Mr. Joseph Cryden were ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Randall will reside in Seattle, Wash., where the groom will do research engineer ing for an aircraft company. Emily Post A reader writes: My brides maids want to wear strapless eve ning type dresses at my wedding. This will be in church, late after noon. The idea .* is. of course, to have ot tulle which they will wear on this occa- sion. Will it be W jjj | proper or too m decollete? p . Answer: To those of all of A y ester d a y’s HP training, aWt dress that is so ■ much as collar- less is out of i place in church. Mri - PM| - jit is hard to describe the feeling I of shock at the sight of so-called | “low-necked” dress in church The very idea of straplessness is as unthinkable as that of a bride groom in shorts! Men Not ot Shower Dear Mrs. Post: Is it proper for the prospective bridegroom to attend a bridal shower? I don't think so, but my fiancee insists that it is customary for the man to stop by. She also thinks it is customary for him to send his fiancee flowers for the' occasion. Is it true that these things are rules of etiquette? Answer: Oh, no. please! Not as yet—though I can’t answer for tomorrow! Year by year (almost week by week) an idea thought of by this bride is copied by that bride and soon it becomes a gen erally accepted practice. Grandparents at Wedding Dear Mrs. Post: Where are the two sets of grandparents sup posed to be seated at the wed ding? That is. the bride has two sets and also the groom. Answer: Generally seated in the two front pews, but if there are many children, then grandpa rents sit in the second pew. Passing Change Dear Mrs. Post: Is there any better way for a sales clerk to hand the customer his change? Should It be laid on the counter or given to him in his hand? Answer: Equally correct it depends on whichever is most con venient. Why not give yourself an eti quette test? Mrs. Post is sorry she cannot answer personal mail. Her leaflet E-1S includes a list of most frequently asked questions and their answers on etiquette. To obtain a copy, send 10 cents in coin to her, care of The Evening Star, P. O. Box 99, Station G, New York 19, N. Y. RbHhBL • am IBIS ifJH| w wt Jpi||jjß —K.sol.K. Photo. —Flonlnn Photo. MRS. BERNOT MRS. SCANLON Capital Girls Are Brides Miss Jane Catherine Stauffer was married yesterday afternoon to Mr. Joseph John Bernot in St. Mark’s Incarnation Church, the Rev. Henry Manken officiating. A reception followed at the home of the bride. The daughter of Jeffle W. Stauffer and the late Mr. Cleve land H. Stauffer teaches at Mc- Kinley High School. Both she and her husband, who is an elementary school teacher in Arlington, re ceived their B. S. degrees in Physi cal Education from George Wash ington University. Mrs. Bernot also received an M. A. degree from New York University. Mr. Bernot. who served as a paratrooper in World War 11, is a member of Theta Delta Chi fra ternity. Miss Manchester Engaged to Wed Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. William Ralph Manchester of White Oaks, Alex andria, of the engagement of their daughter, Martha Austin, to Mr. Hasell Norwood Michie, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Michie of Fayetteville and Durham, N. C. Miss Manchester attended St. Agnes Episcopal School in Alex 0 4\-g-A- : British Woolens in Magnificent Van Gogh Colours Boldly, brilliantly stroked .. . to'add a special vibrant enchantment to any autumn and winter scene. From the exciting collection by Originala. Beautiful Coats, Third Floor. Julius Qarfinckel & Co. J f STREET at FOURTEENTH ■ A A A , St. Anthony’s Catholic Church i was the scene of the wedding yes , terday morning of Miss Mary Fitz : patrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. , John H. Fitzpatrick, and Mr. Leo ’ F. Scanlon, son of Mrs. Mary G. Scanlon of Providence, R. I. The . Rt. Rev. Henry F. Grabenstcin of . ficiated at the ceremony and the ■ Rev. Thomas C. O'Brien, O. P., I j said the nuptial mass. '] Miss Rita Ann Fitzpatrick was ■ I maid of honor for her sister and ■'the bridesmaids, also sjgters, were ■|the Misses Betty. Eileen and Joan t!Fitzpatrick. Mi\ Thomas A. Scan ilon was best man for his brother land the ushers were the Messrs, i John W. and Robert E. Scanlon, i brothers of the bridegroom, and ■ Leo J. Fitzpatrick, brother of the bride andria and was graduated from Southern Seminary Junior College, j Buena Vista, Va. Mr. Michie, grandson of Mrs. John Chapman Michie and the late Col. Michie of Durham, is a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va. The wedding will take place No vember 17. CLOSED MONDAYS I OPEN TUESDAYS DRASTIC REDUCTIONS SUMMER CLOTHES NEW WINTER CLOTHES ELIZABETH SHEPHERD 3306 RESERVOIR RD. 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