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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, February 20, 1955, Image 77

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THE SUNDAY STAR, Washington, TTTZ*
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Store Hour* 9:30 in. to 5:45 p.m.
come, meet Htide garde Carnes
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Miss Arden’s specially trained representative,
Miss Hildegarde Carnes, will be in our First
Floor Cosmetic Shop, Monday, February 21
through Friday, February 25; at Spring Valley
on Saturday, February 26. Let her give you a
complimentary analysis chart for your indi •
vidual shin care. . . . She has some wonderful
make-up magic to show you as well.
Julius Qarjinckel & Co.
f STREET at FOURTEENTH • MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE at 49th
Store Hour* 9:30 e.m. to 5:45 p.a.
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This all-in-one illustrates Char•
acter’s fame for shaping figures
by using distinguished fabrics
... ,, ckiffbn” elastic with
front and back panels of im
ported figureM wk, the top of
imported Alencon lace, the gar
ters of French elastic. The re
sult—an infinitely better figure
to underline fashion. 35-42.
59.50.
GIRDLE SHOP, FIFTH FLOOR.
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Miss Small ?
To Be Wed
Commodore and Mrs. John
Davis Small of New York City
announce the engagement of
their daughter Storm Davis to
Mr. Jackson Ream, son of Mr
and Mrs. Joseph H. Ream of
Tallahassee, Fla., formerly of
Princeton, N. J. A June wed
ding is planned.
Miss Small is a graduate of
Holton Arms School and is
now attending Finch College
in New York City. Mr. Ream
is a graduate of Princeton Uni
versity and Is now studying for
his master’s degree at Colum
bia University. He is a mem
ber of the Cannon Club at
Princeton.
Miss Small is the grand
daughter of the late Mr. John
Clay Small, former newspaper
editor and Commissioner of
Agriculture for the State of
Oklahoma.
New Jewelry
You can expect to see a two
tone look to your light-as-air
metal Jewelry. One exciting
metal rope teams rose-gold
beads with a silver chain:
other combinations are plain
gold and silver; green gold and
rose gold.
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NATURALIZER'S NEW
WM SWEATER FIT PUMP
“The Shoe With the Beautiful Fit**
Beech Calf 10.95
has Naturalixer's six points This pump has everything ... plus “cling.” The
of. superiority “cling” is built right into the new elasticized top
• Complete flexibility line that also adds a note of elegance to the shoe.
• Cork cushioning heel to toe just come in, slip a pair on your feet and walk...
• No slip, no gap, no pinch never before such bliss! And every pair wears
• Heel hugging toe-free fit longer, thanks to Naturalizer’s new chamois
a tooks good from*every angle soft lining. 4to 10, AAAA to C.
• America’s outstanding Shoe Kann’j Fourth Floor, Washington; Street Floor. Arlington ' ,
value ...' ; ... •
Arlington Store Hours Mondoy 12:30 to 9:30 P.M. Washington Store Hours 9:30 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Kann’s Washington, Penna. Ave. at Bth St. N.W.; Kann’s Arlington, N. Fairfax and Kirkwood
' 24 Hour Phone Order Service, Call Dl. 7-7200
Start Hour,: 9:30 AM. It 5:45 PM.
it takes all kinds of cuts to make a fabulous haircut story .
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And our ANTOINE Salon is prepared to give you one
at a moment’s notice. While you’re shopping—between
appointments, any time you're downtown—jUst any time
fi you want a speedy, expertly styled haircut..
Haircuts, 3.00
Our regular 25.00 cold wave permanent
NOW 12.50
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For appointments call Antoine Saton, NAtionat S-7733
mk T • Spring Valley—EMerson 2-2255
, . f „ ANTOINE SALON: SEVENTH FLOOR AND AT SPRING VALLEY
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Miss Barden
IsEngaged
Representative and Mrs.
Graham A. Barden of this
city and New Bern, N. C.,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Agnes Foy to
Capt. David Coston Sabiston,
Medical Corps, USA. son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Coston
Sabiston of Jacksonville, N. C.
A fall wedding is planned.
Miss Barden attended Sweet
Briar College and Is attending
Goucher College. She made
her debut tx the 1952 Debu
tante Ball sponsored by the
Terpsicorean dub In Raleigh,
N. C., and Is a member of the
Daughters of the American
Revolution.
Capt. Sabiston was gradu
ated from the University of
North Carolina and from
Johns Hopkins School of
Medicine.
Some Handy Change
There may be a built-in
change purse in your raincoat.
New ones, in weatherproof
cotton, have, instead of a
pocket flap, a snap-top purse
that tucks into the pocket, so
that bus fare is readily avail
able on a rainy day.
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MISS BANKHEAD, OF COURSE— The legendary Tallulah
feted the press in the Carlton Hotel last Sunday before
the Monday opening of "Dear Charles" at the National
Theater. She chats here with Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter,
president of the Women's National Press Club.
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THE FACE IS FAMILIAR— Mrs. Guy Martin (right),
could easily have been mistaken for Tallulah, at the
after-concert party at the Spanish Embassy Wednesday
for soprano Victoria de los Angelos. Mrs. Hugh Warren
is at the left.
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AT PARTY FOR SlNGEß —Signora Paresce, wife of the
press counselor of the Italian Embassy, and General
Charles Lindeman of Great Britain, find time to talk at
the Spanish Embassy party honoring Miss de los Angelos.
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A PARTY FOR A PRINCE— Former Senator Burton K.
Wheeler, (left), Mrs. Wheeler, and Mrs. Nicholas Long
worth met of Miss Fredg Utley's party for Prince Loewen
stein of Germany. The party was held at Miss Utley's new
home at 1807 R street N.W.
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f; Street & Cocktail | | Dresses
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