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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. MONDAY. FEBRUARY J. IPM There's Always I Miss Bursley Wecf Mr and Mrs. Herbert Sidney a flower bargain at Bursley announce the marriage , , ' 'of their daughter Mary Teresa BlaCKiStOne’S ito Mr. Ouy Ferri on January « mu you, lawrUo shop \ 29 m the Bolling Air Force mmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmM Base Chapel. FOR PRECISION SEWING AT LOW-LOW PRICE SINGER 99’ j I / gja _ J This famous SINGER* Round Bobbin Sewing Machine is now an even better buy than ever before. See the new features such as: _ _ • Dial Tension r | flvJ • Hinged Presscr Foot 111 DOWN • Back Tack Stitch ~ 1 W • Lightweight Carrying Case PRICE $119.95 And now you can make many • beautiful decorative stitches Easy Terms without attachments. # f. FREE HOME TRIAL liberal Trade-in Allowance • Trad* Mart of THE RINOKH MM. CO. SINGER SEWING CENTER: Listed in your Ultphona book only under singer §ewino machine (4 —■■■■■■"■■“■"■■■■■■■■■■■■l | THE HECHT CO. 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Senator Mundt To Be Speaker Senator Karl E. Mundt of South Dakota will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Women’s Auxiliary to the Medical Society of the District at 11 dm. Wednesday at the society headquarters, 1718 M street N.W. Mrs. Duane C. Richtmeyer, auxiliary president, will con duct the meeting, at which Mrs. Mundt will be a guest. Senator Mundt’s talk will be followed by a business session. Mrs. Lewis Returns ' Mrs. James Hamilton Lewis returned to her apartment at the Mayflower Hotel last week after spending several months in Chicago. Her return was delayed because she was re cuperating from injuries suf fered in an auto accident there. THE HECHT CO, Washington, Silver Spring «nd [WT A?' WL I mm ii .^ m j y by Claudette . . . Sueet fett* *l* Valentine Gifts in Pastel Rf^k Flower Enamel Jewels A Ooh-la-la! 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The event is being sponsored by Mme. Sarasin, wife of the IL, ; ! / * ffk jjffiigliplt SOFT TALK —ltalian inspired soft shoe that is a suede versioh comes in black, grey, blue and maple. The page boy styling by Selby is also available in buttersoft kid in red, pastel blue, pink or Panama tan. Ambassador, who will be un able to be there, as she has returned to Bangkok to re ceive Mrs. Dulles on her forth coming trip accompanying the Secretary of State to Bangkok for the Southeast Asia Defense Treaty conference. Wives of embassy staff mem bers. however, will be present as hostesses, and a number of junior hostesses also have been invited to help entertain the men. The juniors will in clude congressional, diplomatic and residential daughters. Mrs.Burnam Visits Here Mrs. Baldwin Burnam of Louisville, Ky„ member of the Board of the Association of the Junior Leagues of America, Inc. and di al two - day MR M visit. She PI & will attend 1 t * le Jun i° r ner meeting to be held at | ' Chase Club y * i tomorrow evening. Mr.. Barium. The meet ing will feature a panel dis cussion on the possibilities of a new major project which the Junior League will undertake next July. Mrs. Arnold Willcox. presi dent of the Washington league, will take the visitor on a tour of the community projects the organization sponsors in Wash ington. % r®SSI THE HECHT CO. Xj' Washington, Silver Spring and PARKington, Arlington Drew, jacket, Qkirt \\ 3 Ways Wonderful! Ann Allyn's Complete Wardrobe in One U M Now It’s a dress! Now it’s a costume dress-and-jacketl Now it’s a suit! Its our versatile, quick-change wardrobe by Ann Allyn. Printed Rayon dress plus a spun rayon jacket and six-gore skirt. Navy, toast and turquoise; 12-20, 14V2-22V 2 . A triple.treat value! j N Call NA 8-5100 to Order Any Time t Budget Dresses—3rd Floor Mezzanine. Washington; 2nd Floor, Silver Spring and PARKington ' r 1 (r S 4 . - ", - Hr • KID GLOVES FOR THE FEET— Sandler of Boston inter prets the new soft "flat" trend in shoes for street wear or lounge time. The elasticized heel insures fine fit. This shoe comes in black or red kid. Kid Glove Treatment Given to New 'Flats' By Eleni Super soft shoes with slip per appeal are signaling the end of the reign of the flat, unflattering and unsophisti cated-looking ballet slipper. Thanks to Italian shoemak ers, a lot of comfort and beau tiful new styling is coming the way of American women. Handled like kid gloves, the new Italian Inspired but made in America "flats” are the re sult of many American shoe manufacturers being quick to spot the high fashion potential of casual shoes designed with an eye not only to comfort but to real chic. Good Indoors or Out There’s a delicate look to the new ground-hugging shoes that look as well being worn on the street as they do in the living room for lounging. These shoe-slippers prove ideal for traveling, too, as they can be folded or stacked to take up very little space. Made up in soft leathers, the new styles also possess numerous intriguing design tricks. Take Jack Sandler’s “kid glcve” shoe-slipper. The shoe stretches to fit the wearer's foot and hugs it like a fine kid glove would hug the hand. Made of unlined crushed kid. the sole on the shoe continues In the soft vein and Is mads up In the softest leather. Successful Future The trend toward shoes that are soft and that make women feel as If they were going bare foot is destined for great suc cess, we think. That aching back, those hurting feet, and that quick temper may seriously be af fected by the trend at the same time. Nothing like a pair of com fortable shoes to make you feel right, say the shoe experts. And when they’re beautiful to look at, there’s no excuse left but to wear them. Please call ST. 3-5000. Ext. 502. between 9:30 and 4:30 for shopping Informa tion on our featured fash ions. Sisterhood Assembly A delegation from Washing ton will attend the 20th bien nial assembly of the National Federation of Temple Sister hoods in Los Angeles Febru ary 13-16. Mrs. Hugo Dal sheimer of Baltimore is na tional president.