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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. Tuesday. Aran. it. iass f > Mm; 2\ Ss^, JUm& : ' .Am. Wk>.~M $ v wn^L Jr - * t PSor «■ 1H Spin jffl| BPI aB •• Ig «■ ' 1 P BF "'nN SPICY AND NlPPY—Conned Bartlett peors, gently simmered in o spicy sauce, and cot tage cheese, sparked with a hint of blue cheese, make a happy salad twosome. Top with French dressing. Spicy Pear Salad 1 No. Vk can Bartlett pears. Juice from can. 1 cup vinegar. 1 stick cinnamon. 8 whole cloves. 1 pound cottage cheese. >/ 2 cup chopped celery. 1 tablespoon blue cheese. 2 tablespoons chopped pl miento. Combine fruit juice and spices. Heat to boiling and simmer for 5 minutes. Remove from stove and add vinegar. Pour over pears. Let stand until chilled or overnight in refrigerator. Mix together cot tage cheese, celery, blue cheese and pimiento. Place mounds of cheese mixture on bed of crisp salad greens. Arrange three . spiced pear halves around. dheese and garnish with sprig of Vkrafey, Serve with French dressing to. which a dash of chili powdei has been added. Makes 3 salads. ROOSEVELT Continued From Page B-3 Is held only for a head of state or a foreign minister.) Other Pan American events cover many fields. On Saturday the Lion's Club is having a banquet at the Mayflower. Here for the event will be Dr. i with grargrai- trimming. Each 18.85. Humberto Valenzuela from Chile, the first South American to become International Presi dent of the Lions, who will take office in June. Dr. Valenzuela will also ad dress the meeting of the Pan American Medical Association Sunday following their dinner The Knights of Columbus are giving their annual Pan American Day Dinner at the Mayflower on April 21 and the Inter-American Defense Board celebrates its 13th anniversary with a party on April 22. Sulgrave Party The French Ambassador and Mme. Couve de Murville will be honored guests at a party Thursday night to be given by the members of the Sulgrave Club. This is the last of three gala dinners held by the club each season. Others similarly hon ored this year included the Chief Justice and Mrs. War ren and the Commandant of the Marine Corps and Mrs. Lemuel Shepherd. About 200 guests are ex pected. Entertaining last night «were the Assistant Secretary of State and Mrs. Walter Rob ertson, who gave a small din ner for the newly appointed Ambassador to Korea and Mrs. William Lacey. Guests Included the Korean Ambassador and Mme. Yang, former Ambassador and Mrs. Myron Cowen and Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Davis. Today the Italian Minister and Signora Ortona gave a luncheon for the visiting head of the Chase National Bank of Rome and Mrs. Carlo Rug gieri. The Myron Cowens are giving a dinner for them to morrow night. Ambassador Chiriboga of Ecuador will give a reception tomorrow following a decora tion ceremony when Mrs. Clarence Norton Goodwin will receive an award from the Ecuador government. SIMMONS Continued From Page B-3 and Mrs. Clarence A. Aspin wall. The dean of the diplomatic corps and Mrs. Morgenstierne left with Miss Carolyn Nash en route to last night’s dinner given by the Eric Johnstons. Italians Like V. S. Signora Brosio reports that Signora Martino, wife of Italy’s Foreign Minister, hated to leave California when it came time to return to Italy. Also in the embassy party line-up: The British Ambas sador and Lady Makins. Ger man Envoy Krekeler, Peruvian Ambassador and Senora de Berckemeyer, Korean Ambas i sador and Mme. Yang, Austrian 1 Envoy and Mrs. Gruber and ENGAGEMENTS SHOPE-ARMBRUSTER Mr.'and Mrs. John G. Shops of Arlington announce the en gagement of their daughter Nancy Lynn to Mr. Edward Joseph Arabruster, also of Arlington. Miss Shope is attending Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg, Va. Her fiance is a graduate of the University of Virginia and is now a medi cal student at the University of Virginia. An August wedding is planned. GOLD-KESSLER Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Gold announce the engage ment of their daughter Saftdra Merle to Iwt. Elliott Meyer Kessler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kessler of College Park, Md. Miss Gold is attending Ohio State University. Pvt. Kessler attended the University of Maryland. GREULICH-OHLER Mr. Joseph E. Greulich of Takoma Park, Md., announces the engagement of his daugh ter Joan Marie to Pvt Glenn Robert Ohler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn V. Ohler, also of Takoma Park. Pvt. Ohler attended Mont gomery Junior College and Maryland University. He is now stationed with the 101st Airbom Division at Fort Jack son, S. C. VAN METER MALLET-PREVOST Col. Samuel Wallace Van Meter, USAF (retired), and Mrs. Van Meter of Amarillo, Tex., announce the engage ment of their daughter Mary Armine to Lt. Andre Marcel Mallet-Prevost, USAF, son oT Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Mallet- Prevost of Bethesda. LAURELL-FARRINGTON Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Laurell of PeekskUl. N. Y„ an nounce the engagement of their daughter Barbara to Mr. Charles Farrington, jr.„ son of Mr. and Mrs. Farrington of Tucson, Ariz. The wedding will take place in the early fall. Miss Laurell is a graduate of the University of Vermont. At present she is employed as secretary to Representative William E. Miller. Mr. Farrington is a graduate* Chilean Charge d’Affaires Horacio Suarez. Mrs. Vladimir Rybar reported she’s giving a party Friday evening for the Eugene Clays and Senora de Mun Ula, wife of the former Cuban Military at tache here. Still others at the tulip gathering—Mr. «and Mrs. Felix de Weldon, Gen. and Mrs. Wade Haislip, Mrs. John Farr Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. William Hobson Schaeffer. of Fiahbume Military School in Waynesboro and attended Washington and Lee Univer sity. He is a graduate of the University of Arizona and is now administrative assistant tp Senator Barry Goldwater. EVANS-ENGLAND The Rev. and Mrs. D. Hobart Evans of Hyattsville, Md., an nounce the engagement of their daughter Diana Ruth to Mr. Marshall C. England, jr. A June wedding is planned. Miss Evans attended Mary ville College in Maryville, Tenn. Her fiance is a graduate of Maryville College and is at present attending the Dental School of the Medical College of Virginia. DANSBERGER-BLACK Mr. and Mrs. Luther Dans berger of Annandale, Va.. an nounce the engagement of their daughter Charlotte Eliza beth to Mr. Donald Paul Black of Canton, Ohio. The wedding will take place in the early spring. APPLEBY-WELLS Mr. and Mrs. William C. Ap pleby of Silver Spring an nounce the engagement of their daughter Nancy Lee to Mr. Thomas Lowell Wells, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wells of Daytona Beach, Fla., formerly of Silver Spring. An early fall wedding is planned. Miss Appleby attended Montgomery Junior College. Her fiance is a graduate of American University. See our Tee Room Show tomorrow featuring "BRIDAL FASHIONS” We suggest silk and cotton accents with a tweed motif for the "Going Away” suit. Sketched, slightly flared skirt and slim, belted jacket with beautiful detailing by this truly outstanding designer. Beige or grey. 110.00. Sixes 10 to 20. From a collection of Davidow summer suits in our Greenbrier Sports Shop, Fourth Floor and Spring Valley. NAtional 8-7733 EMerson 2-2238 p v ■Pi \ —Southall Photo MRS. DAVID M. MALONE The former Miss Anita Marie Whims. Married April IX in St. Thon»s More Catholic Church in Arlington. Visiting in Virginia Mr. L. B. Cutsail and his son George and daugh ter Diana Lyn and Mr. and Mrs. George Blssett were among the Easter arrivals at The Homestead in Hot Springs, Va. 42nd Birthday Party The Kenilworth Ladles Guild will celebrate their 42d birth day at noon tomorrow at a luncheon at the Broadmoor, Connecticut avenue and Porter street N.W. Luncheon Meeting The Capital Speakers’ Club is meeting for luncheon today at the Westchester. Mrs. Harold L. Ickes is president of the dub which will have Mrs. Hes ter Beall Provensen as speaker. To Shop Tonight and Every Night Until 9 P.M. Saturday* 'HI 6 P.M. at Mayar b Co/* SPRING VALLEY STORE 49th and Ma*sacliusattt Avanua N.W. ALWAYS PLENTY OF free rarkins MafSUCo. BMBME3BB sna«th Si. N.W. t»N*«n 0* C ■BBn 49th * Maw. Av.no. Nonthw.it I _ Store Hours 9:30 e.m. to 5:45 p.m. Special ftebe Linen Luncheon Sets— s.9s Choose your favorite pattern from the five shown here ... each an interesting addition to your table, as is this eight-piece set (four place mats and four napkins) of Irish linen. Pastel and dark shades. Mail and phone orders invited, NAtional 8-7733. LINENS. SEVENTH FLOOR AND SPRING VALLEY I T 1 ■ & Co. f ST. it FOURTEENTH • Ml. i-7733—MABS. ATS. At 49th • SIC. *-2251 I ’ GW Dance Saturday George Washington Uni versity’s Campus Celebrity Ca pers dance will start at t o’clock Saturday at the Hamil ton Hotel. The University New man Club sponsors the dance.