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opened its new season yesterday
afternoon with a party for 150
|! The Community Chest agency
lat 470 N street S.W. showed
I movies, provided refreshments and
I; registered new members. Mrs.
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Marriage License Applications
Under D. C. law. couples must
apply for a marriage license on
one day. wait three full days and
receive the license on the fifth
day. Sundays and holidays are
counted the same as other days.
Hans Dedekam, 35, New York City, and
Phyllis Jesperson, 25. 2480 16th st. n.w.
Robert Adams. 36. T3o'/a 13th st. s.e.. and
Hetty Caudill. 35. Madison. W. Va.
George Brighthaupt, 19. 78 Defrees st.
n.w.. and Betty Womack. 17. 318 Seaton
pi. n.e.
John Vassailo. 18. 4505 Ely pi. s.e., and
Marie Clarke. 18, 1113 58th ave. s.e.,
Phillip Geason. 42. and Evelyn Geason,
43, both of Portland. Me.
George Dorsey, 60. and Mary Johnson. 50.
both of 926 North Carolina ave. a.e.
Edward Schuler. 19, 1237 18th st. n.e.,
and Edith White. 16. 1114 Penn st. n.e.
Curtis Gipson. 52. and Elvira Wells. 40,
both of Alexandria, Va.
George Dyer. 19. 903 12th at. *.e„ and
Mary Payne. 20. 341 12th st. n.e.
James Paera. 36 1816 C st. n.e.. and Helen
Punkhouser. 28, 3101 Pennsylvania
ave. s.e.
Robert Steele. Jr., 23. Pureellvllle. Md„
Washington, Silver Spring, Parkington, Arlington
Ri>9S Cleaned 8c ft. I
H Sofa and Two CHoirs^OoM-
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far an appointment
jnd Berah Howrlgan, 19, College Perk.
blah Thompson, 50. 3432 Warder et. n.w.,
and Busan Craven, 45, 1431 New Jersey
ave. n.w.
Levorn Lowery, 22. and Ann Greene, 18,
both of 614 2nd st. n.w.
Prank Alexander, 24. 2117 M st. n.e., and
Andretta Yeldell. 27. Alexandria. Va.
Thomas Robertson. 25. 2603 O st. n.w.,
and Anne Shaze, 22, 2605 Adams Mill
rd. n.w.
Bernard Wasserkrug, 34. Philadelphia, and
Helene Sherman. 28. 1517 Van Buren
st. n.w.
James Rolln. 21. 3305 D st. s.e. and
Icetha Garris. 18. 1327 E st. s.e.
Elmer Brown, 42, 2626 Georgia ave. n.w.,
and Dorothy Saunders. 28. 1024 Sum
ner rd. s.e.
Bailey Elmonds, 22, 221 E st. n.e.. and
. Sarah Young, 16. 622 Gross ct. n.e.
John Held. 25. 6205 33rd st. n.w., and
Sara Jennings. 22. 3665 38th st. n.w.
Leonard Lewis, 23. 4833 Asbury pi. n.w .
and Susann Balmer. 23. 2920 Porter
st. n.w.
Samuel Branum. 19. and Estelle Branham.
18, both of Daniels. Md.
Charles Murphy. 33, and Dorothy Quinn,
33. both of Springfield, Mass.
Edwin Williams. 18, 221 K st. n.w., and
Naomi Driver, 16, 631 L st. s.e.
Robert Sanborn. 21. Peterborough. N. H..
and Bettye Gough, 19, Nauvos. Ala.
Audrey Totter to Wed
Los Angeles Physician
If the Associated Press
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept.
16.—Actress Audrey Totter, 29.
and Dr. Leo Fred, 42, West Los
Angeles physician, plaif to wed
“somewhere In California some
time next week.”
So said Miss Totter, who re
cently completed an entertain
ment tour in Korea, as the couple
took out a marriage license yester
The wedding will be her first,
the doctor’s second.
Ernest Jackson. 22, 1372 Canal it. ».w.
and Rose Tinker, 18. 1356 Canal at.
Joseph Becker. 25. and Alethla Hale. 22,
both of 2223 H st. n.w.
Gordon Perris, 63, 2403 30th st. n.e. and
Grace Bowles, 48 1513 Meridian at. n.w.
Billy Sullivan, 25. Kennett. Mo., and
Norma Harper, 20, 614 Maaaachusetts
ave. n.e.
Clarence Whitaker, 21. 1286 Neal st. n.e..
and Sylvia Jamison, 22, Ills Euclid
st. n.w.
Jack Oxfeld. 32, 1927 Biltmore st„ n.w..
and Muriel Bourgeolse, 32, 2323 40th
pi. n.w.
Raymond Arthur, 24, and Bonnie Ylppei'-
_ man. 24, both of Alexandria. Va.
David Tyson, 18, 1618 4th st. n.w.. and
Willie West. 17, 2022 4th st. n.w.
Samuel Lewis. 29. 1105 13th st. n.w.. and
Betty Epley. 19. 3900 Georgia ave. n.w.
George Mclvor. 38. 1818 Swann st. n.w.,
and Emma Smith. 25. 4500 Hunt
pl. n.e. i
Edwin Bliss, 31. Rochester. N. Y„ and
Enoth Hinds. 31. 1401 Bangor st. n.w.
Thomas Kalanevich. 26. and Marcella
Slank. 22, both of 1746 Lanier pl. n.w.
John Harasymczk. 26. Kensington. Md..
end Teresa Parlsse. 25. 2811 O st. n.w.
Elmer Roy. 51. 132 R st. n.e., and Cath
erine Thompson. 26, 2115 I st. n.e.
Milton Euny. 29, and Maxine Taylor, 24.
both of 647 Acker st. n.e.
James Waters. 39, 1324 Euclid st. n.w.-,
and Florence Simon, 40, 1419 Chapin
st. n w
Donald Lltehlleld, 24. Arlington, Va.. and
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Births Reported
(proa the D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistics)
, J , BOYS.
James and Doris AUnutt.
William and Phyllis Bain.
Frederick and Mary Beattie.
George and Josephine Braden.
CarroU and Maxine Brown.
Joseph and Dorothy Burton.
Clarence and Thelma CarroU.
Thomas and Rosa Clemens.
Charles and Catherine Collin*.
John and Rita Connors.
Leonard and Katherine Cowles,
Barto and Elizabeth Crlvella.
Harold and Virginia Daugherty.
Owen and Joyce Davies.
Thomas and Marie Deem.
Sebastian and Elena DeGrazia.
Joseph and Margaret DeMarco. .
Brenton and Evelyn Dodge.
William and Caroline Edelen.
James and Peggy Ivans.
Richard and Phyllis Grlebenow.
Handford and- Marion Cruser.
Woodrow and Myron Hanna.
Dwight and Opal Horner.
Matthew and Hansje Hyland.
Rorhard and Anne Kelso.
John and Ruth Klrwan.
Melvin and Lucille Leach.
Gordon and Phyllis Livingston.
Stephen and Lillian Martin.
Robert and Mary Mayhew.
James and Mildred McCormick.
John and Margaret McKeown.
John and Denyse McLaughlin.
Leonard find Eleanor Metellts.
Antonio and Harriet Micoccl.
Seymor and Bettle Mintz.
Richard and Marian Moses.
Charles and Dorothy Newell.
Anthony and Marlon Nlagro.
Jeremiah and Anne Pasouale.
Henry and Martha Peckham.
Sven and Patricia Radhe.
Richard and Mary Regers.
William and Ana Richardson.
Austin and Margaret Rohrhaugh.
Edwin and Josephine Rzepka.
Francis and Betty Savage.
Eliot and Jane Sellnger.
William and Doreen Sherman.
Norman and Nellie Skow.
Thomas and Frances Stambaugh.
Paul and Ruth Sterling.
John and Charlotte Sorrells.
Ells and tuz Torres.
William and Mary Vogelsang.
James and Ruth Wells.
John and Betty Wozenrraft.
James and Shirley Zenith.
Henry and Ruth Buckman.
Kenneth and Pauline Chapman.
Harold and Mary Childress.
Leroy and Evelyn Contee.
Grover and Ernestine Dya.
George and Vergie Ellis.
Daniel and Mary Frederick.
Clarence and Helen Harris.
Herbert and Beulah Holbert.
Welton and Gladys Johnson.
Robert and Ethel Josenh.
Leßoy and Genevieve Martin,
wuilam and Harrlettt Montler. Jr.
George and Alicia Parker.
Albert and Ruth Pearson.
Povett and Alverta Powell.
Charles and Ruth Power*.
James and Martin Randolph.
Lawrence and Iris RsUley.
William and Mary Reid.
George and Josephine Sawyer.
James and Rose Scott.
William and Dorothy Stewart.
James and Gennle Wallace, jr.
James and Glory Washington.
John and Henrietta white.
Joseph and Hattie Woods.
Kuo and Hut Y*n»
Cecil and Crnthla Akre.
Anthony and Doris Andreatch.
Thomas and Neoshs Anglin.
Woodvllle and Gertrude Barron.
Michael and Peart Becnel.
Bun and Sadie Bray.
Lawrence and Catherine Bryr;«.
Walter and Catherine Clyne.
James and Dorothy Cole.
Charles and Jean Cary.
Matthew and Bylria Ebstein.
John and Augusts Getchell
Franel* and Prance* Gordon.
Charles and Betty Guerin.
Lvnn and Milllcent Herbert,
william and Joan Hensley.
Charles. Jr., and Edith Hlckos.
Ralph and Theresa Hoy.
Georg# and Patricia Jenkins.
Lewis. Jr., and Marjorie Jones.
Robert and Kathaleen Kelley.
Raymond and Emily K»sler.
Robert and Margaret Klrkman.
Raymond and Marjorie Koskl.
Bernard and Sherley Koteen.
Gerhard and Josephine Laue.
Sydney and Mary Ann Lewi*.
Edward and Clarice Malberg.
Raul and Rozanne McPherson.
Marlon and Trlbby Moore.
Alfredo snd ifegeni* Navarrets.
Reed end Marjory Nlbley.
Charles and Alyce O’Brien.
Josenh and Evelyn Poe.
George and Evelvn Quinn.
John. Jr., and Eleanor Rebaek.
Lawrence and Bettv Ryan.
Robert and Mary Scherger.
Leon and Ruth Shapiro.
Thomas. Jr., and Ethel Smith.
Edwin and Pay Somers.
Wllllsm snd Bernice Splker.
Don and Dorothy Taylor.
Bryan and Neva Thomas
Robert and Patricia Trilling.
Emerson and Esther Tubbs.
Frederick snd Elizabeth Utrecht.
Alvin snd Elsie VanValknbur*.
James and Betty Young.
George and Elizabeth Zabreskla.
Norman and Helen Anderson.
George and Georgia Atkins.
Josenh and Kathleen Bennett.
Clem and Evelyn Cooper.
Lawrence and Estelle Darts.
Samuel and Rosetta Dan.
Edward and Evangeline Faison.
Charles and Helen Corson.
Wllllsm and Marjorie Harvey.
John and Lillian Hunter.
Edward and Nellie Isley.
John and Harriet Johnson.
Leon and Lillian Johnson.
Henry and Winifred Lee.
Tslah and Hosste Lyons.
Theodore and Ells McKnlrht.
Joseph and Almetar Miller.
Sydney and Emma Murphy.
Toussalnt and Colleen Prince.
David snd Isabell Quarles.
Ernest and Clara Ramsey.
Allen and Mary Rupert.
William and Geraldine Schenk.
Merle and Elizabeth Taylor.
Richard and Lucille Thompklne.
James and Elaenc Void.
Jack and Cvnthaliee Darts, hop*.
Leroy and Vera Smith, boys.
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