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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, February 04, 1962, Image 42

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Society-Home
Virginia and IV heat on open Monday 'til 9:30
Franklin
Simon
WE RE CLEARING THE AIR
FOR SPRING
SO YOU SAVE
20%t050%
DURING
FRANKLIN SIMON’S
POST
INVENTORY SALE
Mink trimmed coats, smartest shades, assorted styles, formerly 89.98. -64.00
Wool winter coats in a wide variety of silhouettes, formerly 49.98 to 55.00,
28.00
Raincoats in lots of shades and styles, formerly 17.98 8.00
Storm coats, Orlon® acrylic pile lined, latest models, formerly 17.98 12.9 Q
Misses' spring silk dresses, spun rayon jacket dresses, formerly 14.98 to 17.98,
11.90
Wool slacks, fully lined, variety of colors and styles, formerly 10.98 to 14.98,
5.99
Sweaters, select selection of novelties, formerly 10.98 to 12.98 5.99
Blouses and shirts, tops for all seasons, formerly 4.98 to 6.98 2.99
Handbags, assorted styles, colors, leathers, novelties, formerly 7.98 to 18.98,
5.99* ’• 10.99*
Gloves, cotton, nylon, wool and leather, formerly 2.00 to 5.98, 1.29 "> 3.99
Scarves, solids, prints, silks, formerly 3.00 to 5.00 1.59 ,o 2.99
Petticoats, nylon tricot, lace and embroidered trims, formerly 3.98 to 5.98,
2.99
Flowered print cotton duster formerly 6.98 3.99
Gowns and pajamas, rayon challis, formerly 3.98 to 4.98 2.99
Famous make strapless bra, formerly 5.95
Famous make seamless nylons, proportioned, plain, micromesh, formerly 1.35,
6 4.50 77c
Girls' dresses, assorted styles and colors, 3-14, Preteen 6-14, formerly 5.98
to 12.98 4.00 - 8.00
Men's corduroy suits, with reversible vests, formerly 32.95 19.99
IT ide selection of outerwear jackets, formerly 19.95 to 29.95 10.99
Fragrant hand soap, assorted, 3 cakes to box, formerly 1.50 box, 2 boxM 1.50
Oculens sunglasses, assorted styles and colors, formerly 3.00 to 5.00, 1.79
*Plus Federal excise tax
Fur products labeled to show country of origin of imported furs.
4250 Connecticut Avenue N.W., Washington, D. 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
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- . . • 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.
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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.

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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.

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