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THE EVENING STAR Washington, D. C. MONDAY, rEBBUAKT Zl, lOM* Ample Parking in Reoi of Store Prompt Delivery NA 8-5721 H SUITS <rom I ■ ** W 1 Values «• «•»» GROUP of better I COATS $ lB ■ JB| I alto's to 1!M ■ 111 —“® 2 "oi SE.S I II Better »* tsses Km,- ■ ■ >3,5.8 * tf ■ H Cocktail Dresses.». *8 ■■m 1 ■■ 1018 Connecticut Ave. HEBE IT IS! THE SALE EVERYBODY WAITS TOR! MAISON'S GREAT ONE-DAY H 0 Will Colb * • Genuine Imported Velours • Velours-—Swiss Straw. No exchanges \ _ • Felts—Fur Fells • Black—White All Salts P,nal m • Velvets-Satins • Deep Tones V- • Flowered Straws • Pastels All Fur Hots . . . Collars . . . Cuffs . . . Ascots # Strow cloths • A *i Head Sizes Included in Our Sale at $4 See ° ur Windows Monday Night EARLY BIRD SPECIAL! 500 HATS M.OO values! Make your colon L. ' v / . --<• Mary Neitzey To Be Married Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Nietzey announce the engage ment of their daughter Mary Regina to Mr. John J. Daly, Jr., of Richmond, Va. Mr. Daly is a graduate of Catholic University and re ceived his degree in journal ism from Marquette Univer sity. He is on the staff of the National Catholic Welfare Conference News Service. The wedding is planned for late spring. —Southall Photo. MRS. DELMAR B. SPIVEY The former Miss Sally A. Baehr. Miss Sally Ann Baehr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Alfred Baehr of Silver Spring, was married January 29 to Mr. Delmar Baen Spivey, son of Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Del mar Taft Spivey of Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, Ala. The Rev. Philip C. Edwards, assisted by the Rev. J. Milton Rogers, performed the cere mony in the Woodside Metho dist Church In Silver Spring. The bride attended the Uni versity of Maryland. Mr. Spivey Is attending the University of Maryland, College of Military Science. Ym UpP H fl H fl Br‘ M jS » 3 o'A ”ffP*' MRS. DONOVAN F. TRUESDELL The former Miss Anne Ridgeley. Married recently in the Luray Methodist Church. Bride-Elect To Be Feted A number of parties are planned for bride-elect, Miss Nancy Sullivan and her fiance, Mr. James Spencer Love, Jr., of North Carolina. Mrs. Charles Dettor will entertain for the couple at a tea on Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Geddes will fete them at a party on the evening of March 4. Mrs. Ruth B. Kramer of Carrollton, Ga„ the bride-to be’s aunt, will give the brides maids luncheon March 11 at the Shoreham Hotel. That evening, Mr. and Mrs. James Spencer Love will en tertain for the wedding party in the Chevy Chase Club. Mr. Love, who is the bridegroom’s father, is a prominent textile industrialist. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Appleget will have a luncheon for the wedding party at the Shoreham Park Hotel. She is the bridegroom’s mother. Mr. Appleget Is vice president of Brown University, Others who will entertain for Miss Sullivan are the Misses Elizabeth MacGowan, McCall Henderson, Sandra Cowen and Mrs. Harry L. Wingate, Mrs. Robert Reese, Mrs. Brittain Walker, Mrs. Donald G. Young and Mrs. B. W. Setzer. f j I |w k ' " v - ' M —J. Carroll Photo. MRS. HOLMES T. TRIPLETT The former Miss Polly A. Alexander. Married January 15 in Marvin Memorial Methodist Church in Silver Spring. iL. * ' * - ■' —etrl»r Photo. MRS. RALPH N. DOVE The former Miss Patricia McGee. Her marriage to Capt. Dove took place recently in the Bolling Air Force Chapel at Bolling Field. Galloways Entertain The Assistant Commandant, United States Engineer Center, Brig. Gen. Gerald E. Galloway, and Mrs. Galloway were hosts yesterday afternoon in their quarters at Fort Belvoir, for the Allied Officers who are here at the Engineering School. Approximately 80 are in the present group of officers se lected by their governments to study with the U. S. Corps. Col. Alec Campbell. Cana dian Joint Staff, and Mrs. Campbell entertained in the newly-decorated ballroom of the Officers’ Club, Fort Les ley J. McNair yesterday at 6:30 for Lt. Col. and Mrs. Norman C. Pallot, who are leaving on Friday en route to England. The ballroom was formally re-opened yesterday after noon. Also at the farewell party were Wing Commander and Mrs. J. H. Coo pier and Col. and Mrs. Richard Keyes. Col. and Mrs. Pallot with their daughter Darna are leaving their house today and will stay at the Graylyn until Friday, when they go to New York. They will sail on the S. S. Saxonia March 4 for a short tour of Southern France before going to their next post. Oar missing button offer still holds! : Manhattan S will launder 6 of your shirts FREE Uwe return a shirt with a button i missinci ; Because we know that your shim get special care at Manhattan. They’re • washed in nylon net bags to prevent - wear... they’re locked in these bags to avoid loss . . , and then they are 2 thoroughly inspected before returning i to you. We know about Manhattan’s Bu TJ special care—we make this offer lo Try Manhattan Laundry service. If _ we’re wrong, you get 6 shirts laundered - I free. Ask your Manhattan Route Sales- M J / dJ man for full detail,, or j CALL THE LUCKY' NUMBER f "THf NET BAG” - -.. Dl’pont 7-1111 ... laundry WASHINGTON, 1326-1346 Florid. Avt, B. W. B r ,Mu. U a AMINOTON: 2330 Columbia Pike it S. Adams St. DRY CLEANING y WOMEN'S WEAR STORES .. ffm&m MIRACLE Xf At All 4 Stores JjMm TUESDAY 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Come and See the Thousands of Other Bargains Not Advertised! All Sales Final—No Exchanges—No Refunds—Limited Quantities! Misses’ and Women's 16.99 All-Wool HUUBMNfa!!Syfe&^ 2-Pc. Kbit Suits Values to NOW r At A// Fancy Printed Percale Teo Aprons 59c 15c Am Women’! and Misses' Plastic Raincoats , 1.99 1.00 -I Fancy Rayon Panties, small, medium, large 29c 15c ... Rayon Crepe and Cotton Holt Slips 1.59 50c Misses and Womens D c , , . _ v Pure Silk Scarfs, large size 29c 15c f"|J e Large Size Head Squares, rayon prints 99c 49c DRESSES Fancy Orion Sweaters, slipover styles 2.99 1.99 ! At All Foncy Cardigan Sweaters ... 1.99 1.00 4 Stores I 2-Piece Plisie Shorty Pajamas j ' 1.29 59c Loco Net Evening Dresses 25.00 10.00 KL99 quTlted All Winter Coats-Suits-Toppers satin pajamas Drastically Reduced Below Cost! At All $0 4 Stores Values to ’ NOW inm ii ■ Plastic Umbrellas, with novelty handles 1.99 1,00 Padded Bra Slips, rayon crepe ond cotton 299 1.99 Misses ond Women's All-Wool Gloves ond Mittens 1.29 50c 3.99 Winter and Double Woven Cloth Gloves 1.29 39 e SPRING SKIRTS Triple Roll Socks, white and pastels, sizes 9to 11 29c 19c . . o, ° Shirts, white and pastel colors 1.29 39c 4 Stores 1 Sweater and Blouse Collars 59c 25c Elastic Cinch Belts, wide styles 99c 39c _ Fancy Nylon Panties, smoll, medium, large 99c 39c Misses’ ond Women's 1.59 Value MPWWfKIPVWWSTTW BLOUSES 49‘ RUMMAGE , j Belts, Gloves, gM 4h Gloves, Bras, ■■ gw f— —TT Halters, Capes, >I 8C Slips, Blouses, t lIQ Muses and Women, panfjes 111 Peddle Pushers, •% | 99c Full Fashioned c oc |., 80 ,. rn , I Ga,tt ' Belt >, NYLON HOSE B ° ,eroS ' ■ W Sweaters, WW Dickies EACH Poiomos EACH r Perfect and j ___ __ r————^—a Irregulars M Belts, Gloves, |HH Girdles, Skirts, —J Shorts, Bros, ■ J C Bras. Boas. Slios. ■ ““""I Skirts, Blouses, M . .... I Misses' and Women , Panties, Sweaters, ■ M Bed Jockcfs - ■ 7 99 Lined Go’*" Bclts - Dresses, Blouses, ■ Plastic Jackets CopS EACH Sweaters, Slack, EACH 2 Stores O'" Vo,ues, ° NOW 2-Pc. Winter Suits, faded 15.00 4.00 wm^^ —— All-Wool Toppers, fleece lined, faded 11.00 300 l Misses' and Women s All-Wool Winter Coats, fleece lined, faded 29.99 5.00 '• 2.99 Slipover Winter Dresses, higher priced styles T _ 10.99 3.00 Orion Sweaters Zipper Rubber Sno-Boots 3.99 1.00 T AH Women's ond Misses' Shoes 3.99 50c | 4 Stores ■ Panty Girdles, famous-name brand 3.99 1.00 * Mussed | All-Wool Slipover Sweaters 1.99 1.00 1 Women's and Misses' Chenille Scuffies -- 1.19 25c t I— — Corduroy Jackets, well made - 4.00 1-00 | Misses and Womens Rayon Crepe Slips, lace trimmed - 1.99 50c I 9.99 Value Famous-Make Bressieres 99c 25c fc 2-PC. SUITS Menswear Fabric Boleros - 2.99 1.00 At All n- Cotton Quilted Dusters, faded 5.99 100 I 4 Stores ”4 Rayon Crepe Robes, faded ... 6.99 1.00 t Nylon Quilted Dusters, soiled 10.99 2.00 * | 713 H Si. ft.E. • 11th it H Sis. N.E. • Blh & E 5l». I.L • 8307 6«. Avt.