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'■> iji' «* v * jr‘ 'Sj y- ■ BL ’" 1, SS -wy : r " v ||f| mM V _W jpg’ MOSCOW-BOUND —Mrs. George Malone, wife of the Nevada Senator, is shown in her Mayflower Hotel apartment pouring over a map of Russia on which is out lined the tour of that country she and the Senator will make this summer. A Rus sian-English dictionary is at hand.—Star Staff Photo. Date for Navy Ball Is Set By EVELYN M. DENT The concerted effort of “all hands” goes into making the District of Columbia Navy Relief Ball the great success it usually is. This year, the event takes place October 21 and 22, in the Sail Loft, Naval Gun Factory. But months of planning lie behind that magical date, and hot weather notwithstanding, committees have been hard at work already. Mrs. Lemuel C. Shepherd, Jr., is honorary chairman, with Mrs. Neil K. Dietrich as chair man. Mrs. George A. Holder ness is vice chairman, Kath leen Clardy is secretary and Lt. Comdr. O. L. Woodbury, treasurer. The enlisted men’s ball chairman is Mrs. M. Van Metre, with Mrs. A. E. Fitz william and Mrs. James C. Murray as co-chairmen. Committee members for the ball include Mrs. R. M. Mc- Comas, advertising; Mrs. Clarence L. C. Atkeson, dec orations, and co-chairman, Mrs. Thurman L. Perkins; Mrs. Raymond A. Anderson, entertainment, and Mrs. Henry Crommelin, co-chairman: Mrs. Howard E. Oram, invitations; Mrs. William B. Franke, prizes; Mrs. Albert Mumma, publicity; Mrs. Bartholomew W. Hogan, reception; Mrs. Stuart S. Murray, refreshments; Mrs. Thomas 8. Combs, tickets and reservations, with Mrs. Clyde W. Smith as co-chairman. Fort Myer The regular monthly lunch eon of the Fort Myer Wom en’s Club will be held on Thursday at 1 o’clock at Patton Hall. The Moody Science Institute is sponsoring a showing of a nature film, “Prior Claim”, as an entertainment feature of the luncheon. Army Surgeon General The annual picnic for hus bands and families of the Women s Club of Officers of the Army Surgeon General Office is planned for Sunday in the main area of Fort Hunt, Va. Reservations may be made \ £ \ / JP - _ wr Incredible!" they'll say, if you admit you paid only 325 for one of these high-style wonders' Foil's most tat»r flattering styles, in crease-resistont blends of acetate 3 and rayon that look like the most expensive fobrics! Detailing and workmanship you'll find in suits at twice . the price Fully rayon crepe-lined, with handmade button ( l^EL'mjholes, canvas interlinings. See them at our Silver Spring S TLjjjw- * '* and F Street Storet. Charcoal grey, charcool brown, iiPkw » charcoal green, autumn mauve ond autumn turquoise. Up ■—Style sketched in Misses' sizes. Other up-to-the-minute * styles from sizes 7 to 15, ond 14 Vi to 22 Vi. Misses' sizes | \ JOSEPH R. HARRIS |b PLAYGOERS —Mamie Moore, 12, niece and namesake of Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower, and the former's sister Ellen, 14 (center), chat with Patrick Adiarte, 12, who plays the part of Prince Chulalongkorn at last night's opening of The King and I' ! at the National Theoter.—Star Staff Photo. for the affair which is from 2 to 7:30 o'clock. In the event of rain the picnic will be cancelled. In charge of plans are Mrs. Anthony Zolenas. chairman, assisted by Mrs. Leonard C. Barney. Mrs. George R. Car penter, Mrs. James F. Clark, Mrs. John C. Cressler. Mrs. Charles H. Gingles, Mrs. Douglas B. Kedrick. Mrs. Edward P. Quarantillo, Mrs. Vincent P. Verfuerth, and Mrs. Harry Winkler. Air Force Mrs. Reginald C. Harmon, president of the Air Force Officers Wives Club, recently helped present toys, games and dolls to children at Walter Reed General Hospital. The toys were purchased out of part of the proceeds of the fashion show sponsored by the club in the early spring, and represents one phase oi the club’s welfare activities. Miss Federico Is Married Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale J. Federico announce the mar riage of their daughter Pa tricia Morse to Dr. Robert John Hlghet, son of Mrs. David Highet of Bprtngfleld. 111., and the late Mr. Highet. The wedding took place on , July 30 In All Saints' Epis j copal Church. The bride is a graduate of George Washington Univer sity. Dr. Highet received his B. S degree from the Univer sity of Illinois and his Ph.D. from the University of Wis consin. He Is a chemist at the National Heart Institute. Dr. and Mrs. Highet will live in Bethesda. '^Society EVERYBODY- ' But EVERYBODY Going to Moscow By ISABELLE SHELTON What with East-West amity breaking out all over, Capital officialdom may soon be talk ing about “my trip to Mos cow” as casually as its mem bers once made small talk about a jaunt to the French Riviera. When Perle Mesta managed the coup of a visa to mysteri ous Russia a few years ago, one of the first Americans to be so favored, she was able to parlay the visit into a year’s tour of the lucrative American lecture circuit. Now so many Americans have joined the trail to Mos cow that the returnees may have trouble rounding up an audience of two at a cocktail party this fall. Seven Senators Going Seven members of the Sen ate already have announced plans to go to Moscow, and an eighth. Senator Alben Barkley, still Is considering the trip. Supreme Court Justice Wil- Double Celebration When the Army Chief of Staff, Gen. Maxwell E. Tay lor, and Mrs. Taylor enter tain on Thursday. August 18, lt will be their first large re ception in their new post. Their guests of honor are the newly appointed Secretary of the Army and Mrs. Brucker. The day also marks a spe cial event In the honor guests’ lives. It is their wedding anni versary. PLENTY OF FREE CUSTOMER PARKING AT ALL HAHN STORES you'll be seeing a lot of the SWEATER BAND PUMP f * £££By a#of. t iDB WB' An co-star* with suede or to make the best-fitting trani-ieeion pump you've ever hod . . . na gapping at side* ar slipping off at the heal . . . perfect Styl-IIZ fit far all occasions. TWO HEEL HEIGHTS. MIDHEEL: BLACK, BROWN ar Bluo'suede; BLACK or BROWN calf HIGH HEEL: BLACK suede. 10“ 1207 F 7th b K , *3113 14th *4483 CONN. ‘SILVER SPRING, MO. 'Open 9:30 to 9 daily ALEXANDRIA, VA. Open 9:3t to 9 Thurs., Fri. CLARENDON, VA. Open 9:30 to 9 Mon., Thun., Fri. liam O. Douglas also will be there, traveling with Robert Kennedy, brother of the Sena tor and Chief Council of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Senate Committee on Government Operations. Five wives also will join the happy caravan. Mrs. John Sparkman of Alabama and Mrs. William A. Purtell of Connecticut will accompany their Senate husbands, the four traveling together by train from Helsinki, Finland, where both Senators are delegates to the Inter-Parliamentary Union meeting starting August 25. The Purtells left yesterday on the SS Independence. The Sparkmans will leave on the liner United States Friday. Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. Ken nedy also expect to join their husbands for the Russian tour. The fifth wife planning to make the trip is Mrs. "Katie” Malone, whose husband is Nevada Senator George Malone. Barkleys Undecided If Senator Barkley makes up his mind to go Mrs. Bark- Icy may make a sixth member of the feminine contlgent. “Though nothing is settled yet,” she emphasized yester day. “My plans may depend on how long he is to be gone. If it was going to be for very long, I might go with him for just part of the trip. My daughter (Jane Hadley) is with me here, and I don’t want to go off and leave her alone all summer. I certainly would love to make the trip if I can.” Senator Barkley, who also is a delegate to the Helsinki meeting, expects to make up his mind within a week. Senator Kefauvet, another Helsinki delegate, also will go to RusSia, but without Mrs. Kefauver, who is spending the summer in Tennessee. Others from Capitol Hill who will go to Moscow are Sena tors Milton R. Young of North Dakota. Allen J. Ellender of Louisiana and Henry C. Dwor shak of Idaho. “I’m surprised that they let George and me in, but they did." Mrs. Malone said yester day in her Mayflower Hotel apartment, where she sat amidst a welter of pamphlets on. Russia and the satellite countries, marking their itin erary on a large map. A Russlan-Engllsh diction ary was on the table. “I don’t expect to really learn to speak Russian in just a few weeks, but I thought a few words would help.” she explained. The Malones will leave here by plane for New York Sun day, and fly from there to Europe, she declared. “We are going pretty much all over Russia, clear across the country by train and air,” she said. “I wouldn’t be sur prised if we saw a lot that others haven’t seen.” They will spend about a month in Russia, another two weeks in the satellite countries and another month in the Diplomatic Notebook The beautiful American wife of Costa Rica’s President ar rived in Washington at noon today enroute to Costa Rica after a visit with her parents. Tall, blonde, blue-eyed Ka ren Pigueres (nee Karen Ol sen), has been in Yorktown Heights, N. Y., with her par ents. She also has with her her baby son, Jose Pigueres, Jr Although her visit here is unofficial, attempts are being made to arrange a meeting for her with Mrs. Eisenhower. She will stay at the Costa Rican Embassy as the guest of the Ambassador and Mme. Fournier. A tea will be given for her tomorrow at 4 pm. The’ young American bride met ner distinguished bus band about two years ago when she was a graduate stu dent in New York and he was here as a private citizen on a lecture tour. Shortly after he became Costa Rica’s president elect they were married. It is believed that Mrs. Pigueres is the only United States woman ever to be married to a Latin American head of State. Other news from the Costa Rican Embassy is the arrival recently of Mme. Fournier and the four children. Haitian Military Party The Haitian Embassy was the scene of a military party yesterday. The event was the celebration of the Haitian Armed Services Day. Hosts for the 7 to 9 recep tion were the Military, Naval and Air Attache and Mme. Th. Paret. The party took place in the suite at the Shera ton Park Hotel which serves as the embassy of Haiti. Ambassador Leger of Haiti became a guest in his own home at the party. The receiv ing line was made up of the Scandanavian countries and Germany—lncluding East Ger many “I am looking forward to meeting the people of the country and seeing the indus tries,’’ she said. “The Senator is a civil and hydraulic en gineer, you know. He can tell a lot about a country by look ing at things like that. I ex pect we’ll go down into mines. He’s done it in other countries. Yes, I always go with him into the mines. “I am taking my typewriter along, so that I can make notes for him.” Mrs. Malone said she had asked a good many people for suggestions about what they should see in Russia, “but no body knows very much. I’m very excited about the trip.” Mrs. Sparkman also was busy yesterday finding out what she should try to see in Moscow. She went about her research by enjoining her husband to “bring home every thing you can from the Li brary of Congress that has been written by people who’ve been to Russia.” The Sparkmans and Pur tells will go to Leningrad first, by train from Helsinki. After two days there they will go on to Moscow, where they plan to spend about five days. They then will go to Warsaw, Po land, for two or three days, after which the Purtells will go to Frankfurt. Germany, while the Sparkmans go on to Czechoslovakia. THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. TUESDAY. AUGUST J, IMS hosts, and the Ambassador could circulate among the guests and enjoy himself. About 500 guests were in vited to the party which was highlighted by a buffet supper. 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