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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, December 25, 1923, Image 17

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< HOIK SINGS CHRISTMAS CAROLS AT THE WHITE HOUSE. Sin gers of the First Congregational Church at the Executive Mansion last night, MRS. COOLIDGE DISTRIBUTES BASKETS FOR SALVATION ARMY. The first lady of the land journeyed to the army headquarters, 607 E
" ''’ r ' 1 ”.' sen \ ; ort 1t le * ne?s - 1 «f peace on earth and good will toward all men.” A choir of fifty voices from Epiphany Church also street, yesterday afternoon, where she aided in the distribution of 3.000 Christmas dinners for the poor of the District. Five hundred ha
s.in„ i aro s at the community Christmas tree, in the center of the White Lot. National Photo. Lets, each containing six splendid dinners, were given to holders of coupon tickets. National Photo.
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PRESIDENT \T COMMUNm CHRISTMAS TREE. Photograph taken immediately after the beautiful Uee W PRESIDENT'S SON COES A-RIDINC. Young Calvin, jr.. youngest son of the. President and Mrs. Coolidge,
had been lighted. Music for the celebration was furnished by the Epiphany choir and the Marine Ki&Oibifsmf- \_>Mt is having a real Cliristmas vacation this year. This photograph was snapped on the bridle path yesterday.
.Hand. National Photo. mBMBBBSm when Calvin and Dr. Boone, White House physician, went riding. National Photo.
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CHRISTMAS IN HOME OF SECRETARY OF THE NAVY. Potting the finiahing touches on the tree el ■MBSBi^a>Ste%^P^^^B^^nl^^^^BßlßL
. the home of the cabinet member- The children went to the woods end cat their own tree* Photy ... PEELING LAUGHTER IN BANANA CONTEST, AH five boroughs of CLUB GIVES BASKETS TO THE POOR. Mrs. T. S. Timber, president, and Mrs. J. If, Robinson
Wife. dhow* t*ccrrtary Denby, Mrs- Henby, the children. Edwin, jr, and Marion, and the governess. ‘ !- i» Now York were represented in a recent banana-eating contest. These .- ®f the Petworth Women’s Club, with a lew of the baskets which the organization distributed to the poor
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