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C. Seven Corners Shopping Center, Falls Church, Va. Wheaton Plaza, Wheaton, Maryland THE SUNDAY STAR Wojhington, D. C., February 4,1962 ENGAGEMENTS Jeffries-Ryan Mr. and Mrs. John M. Jeffries of Silver Spring, | announce the engagement of their daughter Elizabeth Ann to Mr. John F. Ryan, jr., son of Capt. John F. Ryan of the Metropolitan Police Dept, and the late Julia M. Ryan of Dillon Park, Md. Cushard-Patterson Dr. and Mrs. William Green Cushard of Kensington and Annapolis, Md., announce the engagement of their daugh ter Carol to Mr. Lawrence Noel Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Patter- I son of Waynesburg, Pa. A I July wedding is planned. Craig-Lavery Brig. Gen. William Hutche son Craig, UB A., and Mrs. Craig of Alexandria announce the engagement of her daug ter, Miss Helen Marshall Craig, to Mr. Charles Vincent Lavery, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vincent Lavery. The bride-elect is also the daughter of Col. Harold Webb Browning, U.S.A. (re tired) of MUI Valley, Calif. A June wedding is planned. Maloy-Vert Mr. and Mrs. Raymond B. Maloy of Chevy Chase an nounce the engagement of their daughter Nancy Ann to Mr. David H. Vert, son of , Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Vert, also of Chevy*Chase. Maupin-Paul Mr. and Mrs. Eugene An derson Maupin of Free Union, Va., announce the engage ment of their daughter Mar jorie Chrystine to Mr. James Robert Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Paul of Jamaica, N. Y. An April wedding is planned. Parker-Ohman Col. and Mrs. James Young Parker of Torrejon Air Force Base, Spain, announce the engagement of their daughter Nancy Jean to Cadet Nils Bonesteel Ohman, USAFA, son of Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Nils Olof Ohman of Alex andria. A summer wedding is planned. Seeley-Sourwine Mrs. Harold J. Seeley of Takotna Park announces the 9 Ji W ■ £ 1 jr / /// 1 \1 / // WWIMR? mMb Mil handsewn vamps & handsome free-wheeling mocs pace your casual fashions! ISO y’i Shoes’to .flex your feet in ... to gravitate to the wide open spaces in ... to have fun in. Pointed, squared or rounded toe, you'll 1 9®f the’ same gently tapered look that compliments your foot - . . • gives your costume a touch of casual sophistication. Each pair lovingly fashioned from finest grained or mellow waxed leathers obtainable. From our wonderful collection of "Trotters" in sizes 4 to 10. Left to right: Black, brown or red leather, 9.99 Brown or black grained leather, 9.99 Brown waxhide, square toe, 10.99 I NEIGHBORHOOD HAHN STORES OPIN TOMORROW NIGHT* 12 07F5T. 14th A G ST. 7th * K ST. *311314th *4413 CONN. •SILVER SPRING •WHEATON PLAZA •PRINCE GEORGES PLAZA • MARLOW HEIGHTS ALEXANDRIA • ’CLARENDON *7 CORNERS engagement of her daughter Bonnie Proctor to Mr. Julien Gillen Sourwine, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sourwine of Silver Spring. The bride-elect is the daughter also of the late Mr. Seeley, an April wed ding is planned. Additional Engagements, Page D-6 Griffin-Johnson Mrs. Mary Helen Griffin of Hobart, Okla., announces the engagement of her daughter Mary Anne to Mr. James Roland Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Leonard Johnson of Arlington. Miss Griffin is also the daughter of Mr. Neal Griffin of Okla homa City, Okla. An August wedding is planned. Dornin-Schoettle Rear Admiral Marshall Ed gar Dornin, USN, and Mrs. Dornin of Monterey, Calif., announce the engagement of their daughter Marcia to Mr. Michael Beaver Schoettle, son of Mr. Ferdinand Paul Schoettle of Princeton, and 1307 CONN. AVE. ■ ~' r ' V % f One from our wonderful new col- MM % I lection by Oleg Cassini, cut with IJ villi \ | ease fat the American way of life. ~.11. ' I See this famous designer's dresses i and suits at Selma. This, in lemon fashions from: VOGUE, HARPER'S, TOWN & COUNTRY. the late Mrs. Louise White Schoettle. A summer wedding is planned. Kaufman-Marcotte Lt. Col. and Mrs. Frank L. Kaufman of Arlington an nounce the engagement of their daughter Beth Lynn to Mr. F. John Marcotte, son of Mr and Mrs. Del F. Marcotte of Tampa, Fla. Lubore-Glick Mrs. Maurice Lubore an nounces the engagement of her daughter Diane Eve to Mr. Stanley M. Glick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glick of Miami, Fla. The bride-elect is also the daughter of the late Mr. Lubore. A June wed ding is planned. Maupin-Mapes Mr. and Mrs. Carey Ad dison Maupin of Arlington announce the engagement of their daughter Jean Garnett to Mr. Leon Stuart Mapes, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Mapes, sr., of Bethesda. A June wedding is planned. Gallagher-Tinley Mr. P. R. Gallagher an nounces the engagement of his daughter Mary Ann Ka therine to Mr. Wilmer L. Tinley, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Tinley cf North Arling ton, Va. A June wedding is planned. A New Season Demands a New "Space" Bag by Itali . . . space for everything a woman carries, that is! Twin-handle vinyl leather sport design with two separate • top zipper compartments. Black, Itali Tan, Red with harness stitching. 7.99 • plus tax AT ALL HAHN STORES Bess-O'Neal Col. and Mrs. Walter B. Bess of Fort Shafter. Hawaii, announce the engagement of their daughter Dorothy to Lt. William F. O’Neal, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Paul O'Neal of St. Louis, Mo. A May wedding is planned.