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Choir of Ingram Memorial Congregational Church, which will present "Ye
Olde Time Concert," a feature of Washington's music week, at Central High School Saturday night. June 3. under the direction of Mrs. Henry Hunt McKee. "The Absent Buddy," a Memorial day photograph by Daisy Blanton, 103 3d street southeast. Representative A. P. Andrews arrived at the" wharf just a minute late for the congressional trip to Quantico aboard the Mayflower. However, he was hoisted aboard by the steam crane after the boat had backed off into the Potomac. ?,?1'. tic A. Pliuto*. Maj. Gen. Lejeune, commandant of the Marine Corps, explaining maneuvers to members of the visiting congressional committee at Quantico last week. ?)P. A A lMioto*. George Washington Memorial to be unveiled at Princeton, N. J., by President Harding on June 9. The memorial shows Washington refusing defeat at the battle of Princeton, and when completed it will be the largest hand-sculptured group in the United States. MacMonnies is the sculptor. Intrniatinmil. Miss Katheryn Dawson of Louisiana, a pianist whose renditions in recent Washing ton recitals have been especial ly well received. She is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Davis. ?ilnrriM & Kwinu. Victor Herbert gives Jackie Coogan-his first cello lesson, and the "baby cello" was a present from Herbert, himself one of the great players of the instrument. Miss Eleanor. Beasley wearing costume of American revolutionary period in the Virginia Historical Pageant at Richmond. Five thousand persons took part in the soe-tcde, which closes todav riiotii by Kn-tt-r.