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THE SUNDAY STAR. Washington, D. C. SUNDAY, MAT 24. 1953 COUNTRY LANES . . cotton ensemble Gold, turquoise or blue. Misses' sizes. x*. \ v 14.95 c=-p K\ c. c. J lA\ REpublic 7-7021 / (\\ Open 9:30 to 6 / \\\ JL Thurs. 'til 9 / \\ ]/ TilmMMmdFyottKJFi r ; :3 I I 4 [fTERRA C E"/ •* Vjy now ° pen • • • Ba n ?•• ■discover how good ,«11 drink can taste ,--;lt;;:;:' : on j she beautifully appoint- j ed Sky Terrace afopjf**:’ Hotel Wash tag f o nil! While sipping a delight*?? ful cocktail, joy the most view in the whol4 J4ote( l/Uaililn^ton 15th & PENN. AVE. N.W. _ _ ,-^m Trust Dorothy Gray... for beauty that becomes You! ~ IB '' 'imjl § f . *’ *§m No finer complexion care could be yours—at any price—than is ~\ ' . "’ %. Wet in the blue Dorothy Gray jars and bottles. The creams and lotions jW - w ' • they contain are personalized— to help your individual skin type - . / Y- look its loveliest—quickly, lastingly, with a minimum of fussing. 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Two of the top scholarships, consisting of a full year’s tuition to the College of Home Eco nomics at the University of Maryland and Howard Univer- i sity, were won by Miss Juanita Margaret Higgins, Montgomery J Blair High School, and Miss- more TRIPLETS ?0% salon, *%CVUKAKyf jM ★ WALL-FIX (by the makers of GLEEM) ready- 1 mixed washable paint gives your walls glorious V^. beauty in ONE COAT! Dries in a few hours to o C a velvety FLAT finish. Gives up to 50% more »©5 coverage. 65 gorgeous colors. Gel. ★ GLEEM SATIN-TONE for walls and woodwork is available in the same exciting color variety to x. GLEEM GLOSS-LUSTRE f ENAMEL is the perfect beau ty treatment for kitchen, bath Open a monizing colors for exciting Charge Account: matched loveliness! $ jm # g£ Central Charge J 6< " "'WALLPAPER & PAINT CO. ‘ 1322 New York Avo., N.W. 2SOI Witten Boulavord 8489 Fonton Straat Phena STarling 3-8585 Phone JAckson 2-7800 Phone JUniper 8-4500 Daily: 7:30 to 5:00 Doily: 7:30 to 5:00 Daily: 7:30 to 5:00 Saturday: 7:30 to 1:00 Soturdoy: 8:00 to 1:00 Soturday: 10:00 to 5:30 Friday Ni o ht to 9:00 P. M. Friday Night to 9:30 P. M. Jacqueline Walton, Cardozo High School. They were donated by the Wilkins-Rogers Milling Co. The Lewis Hotel Training School scholarship was awarded to Miss Dixie Lee Henninger, McKinley High School. Six SIOO scholarships and a SSO scholarship in the College of Home Economics at the Uni versity of Maryland yent to: Miss Elizabeth Ann Duncker, Roosevelt High School: Miss Di ane Gaines, McKinley; Miss Dorothy Dawson. Bladensburg; Miss Sue Virginia Henry. Oxon Hill; Miss Martha Ann Jent, Montgomery Blair; Miss Sally Broadbent Killin, Northwestern High School in Hyattsville, and Miss fMarjean Frederickson, Anacostia. The scholarships were awarded on the basis of scholastic abil ity, leadership and interest in home economics, according to an announcement made by Mrs. Jean Dumont, chairman of the District Home Economics in Business Group. AT NCJW LUNCHEON—Mrs. Eisenhower chats with Mrs. Harry Rod (left) and Mrs. Arthur A. Levy at the "freedom luncheon" given Monday by the Washington Section, National Council of Jewish Women, at the Hotel Stotler. Mrs. Levy is president of the council and Mrs. Rod was luncheon chairman. —Star Staff Photo. India Edwards To Be Speaker Mrs. India Edwards, vice chairman of the Democratic Na tional Committee, will address the first annual meeting of the Woman’s Democratic Club of the 10th district of Virginia at 12:30 p.m. Thursday in the Colling wood Restaurant, on the Mount Vernon boulevard below Alexan dria. Mrs. Aunice Moss of Fairfax, who has served as interim presi dent since the club’s organiza tion in March, will preside at the luncheon. Mrs. Elizabeth Chilton Mur ray, chairman of the Nominat ing Committee, will present a slat* for election of officers for the coming year. Other interim officers are Mrs. Edmund Campbell, Mrs. William Driver and Mrs. Leonard Mul dower, vice presidents; Mrs. Wal ter Cratery, sesretary, and Mrs. J. E. Clements, treasurer. The club is an affiliate of the Woman’s National Democratic Club. Philippine Bazaar Set At Embassy The Association of Philippine- American Women will hold its annual charity bazaar on June 13 from 12:30 to 7 p.m. at the Philippine Embassy. Proceeds will go to charity and welfare organizations which the association supports here and in the Philippines. Tables will be set up on the first floor of the Embassy, with displays of a variety of articles including wqod carvings, hand embroidered pina, jusi, cotton and abaca products, miniature Moro weapons, filigree jewelry and food products. A special feature of the ba zaar will be a fashion show, pre sented by Mrs. Constante V. Ba toon, president of the associa tion. Mrs. Batoon will trace the evolution of the “terno,” tradi tional Philippine dress, that dates back four centuries. Young members of the association will act as models. Tea will be served during the hours of the bazaar. Mrs. Armando Sison and Mrs. Maurice Kahn are co-chairmen of the bazaar, and Mrs. Pedro Guevara, jr„ and Miss Huminada Panlilio are in charge of general arrangements.’ ioSif • Teahouse - Once Georse Washington's Club House • GREATER WASHINGTON'S FAMOUS FAMILY RESTAURANT m Delicious Chicken, Steak, Ham, Turkey, Roast Beef, Seafood Dinners, Lunches • A trip to Washington's Old Club is a must for Capital Visitors Open Daily & Sunday, 12 to 8:30 • delightfully air conditioned 555 S. Washington St., ALEXANDRIA On Mt. Vernon Boulevard Kl. 9-tAAA) Receptions. Bananets. Family Partlea • "Laura Lee Invites You " YOtrVI FOUND IT AT LAST! Tested VI t JB proven complete (Undenting that's S IB for keeps ... we'll slim-trim you and I B beep you that way this year... mi US TMS Size YOU WANT TO 111 / /JB We'// do the rests Weight down ... posture corrected ... curves where you want them for keeps. 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VNo Exercise V' No Strict Diet -/] FPS •When you follow our complete pfO|r»m jjj yilflr Amedba'e t StendertcMf J J^UM WeHd's levelUN Women / ||cj/ , skWait- \W COPYDOHT IfM MNDWUA SWIMS OF IUINORL INC D#X CIIUNO PDCI \ \\KAd Director, Mtee Florence Whitley Suite 415, 711 14th St. N.W, Bat. G end N. Y. Ave. MEtropoliten 8-603$ 93* BUiworth Drive, Silver Spring, Maryland JUniper S-0481 University Group Lists Activities Mrs. Mildred S. Percy, director of guidance and placement in the District public schools, will be honor guest and speaker at a tea to be given by the Univer sity Women’s Club at 4 p.m. to morrow at the clubhouse, 1708 New Hampshire avenue N.W. j The Public Affairs Group will j hold a forum on Tuesday night ;on the subject, “Accomplish j ments of the United Nations to Date.” Miss Grace Frysinger will lead the discussion. The club will hold a house benefit on Saturday. Activities will include a luncheon and bridge, dessert and bridge, a fqod sale, a white elephant market and a strawberry festival. Mrs. Albert N. Hickey, house chair man, is in charge of the benefit. Opti-Mrs. Club Plans Installation The Opti-Mrs. Club of Wash ington will install new officers at a luncheon to be held on Tues day at the Wardman Park Hotel. The new officers include Mrs. I Winfield S. Martindill, president; ! Mrs. R. Bruce Keiner, first vice president; Mrs. Warren Cooke Dyson, second vice president; Mrs. William H .Whittlesey, re cording secretary; Mrs. W. Clark Vernon, corresponding secretary; Mrs. William T. Mooreland, treasurer; Mrs. Patrick A. Deck, historian; Mrs. Louis C. Carl, parliamentarian, and Mrs. J. Roger Yates, sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. James T. Gardella is re tiring president of the group, which is composed of wives of members of the Optimist Club of Washington. As one of its projects the Opti-Mrs. Club has pledged $6,000 for the construc tion of the entertaining lobby of the Georgetown branch of the Boys’ Club of Washington, now being built. Fashion Show The Silver Spring Opti-Mrs. Club will hold a fashion show and luncheon at 12:30 p.m. to morrow In the Wardman Park Hotel. Proceeds will go toward the Boys’ Club work which the club carries on in conjunction with i the Silver Spring Optimist Club.