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At Community Centers Mrs. M. P. Patrick, leader of the Washington drill team of the Thom son Center, is a volunteer worker who has done splendid work for the physical development of women. t'he group meets Wednesday cven-JT 1 ings to practice " j in a military drill that is believed to lie quite as efl'ee live as that given to soldiers - of the p I’niteil States Army. t enirjtl High. a tid Harvard dHH streets northwest: \ \ i Tuesday— Con- > • \ 1 ert. Washington ; I % i ! ! choral Society, 8. : | \V / i The remainder of . g? ihe week is re- _a_. M. served for re-_ earsals and for**®®- PATRICK, the presentation es the play to be given by the stu dents of. the Central High School. K. V. Brown. Connecticut avenue and McKinley street northwest - . Monday—French classes, 3:15 and 3:45. Tuesday—Class in dramatic art 3:15 Library will be open from 3:30 to *j 5. ‘ Wednesday—French classes, 3:la and 3:45. Friday—Rhythmic dancing. 3:la and 4:15. The library’ will be open from 7 to 9:30. Southeast. 7th and C streets south east, Hine Junior High School: Monday—Country Dancing Club, 8:30. Marie Moore Forrest, assisted by Margaret Hopkins Worrell, will rehearse the Hodmen and the Degree of Pocahontas in the episode of the meeting of the tribes in the pageant to be given May 17. Wednesday—Dress rehearsal of the pageant, directed by Marie Moore For rest. Friday—Rehearsals of the rhythm group and the dramatic group for the pageant and an entertainment. 7 to 9:30; Boy Scouts, Troop No. 16 and No. 59, Wallach School. 7:30 to 10:3t>. Saturday—The pageant. “The Story of the Southeast; or. Along the Water Front." will be presented by com munity clubs, the Redmen and the Degree of Pocahontas. The Southeast Citizens’ Association will co-operate. Music will be by the Navy Yard Band Orchestra •lohnson-l’owell, Hiatt place and Lament street northwest: Tuesday—French class, for adults, S; French and rhythm, for children, 3 to 5; dress rehearsal for the pageant. Friday—French, for adults, 3 to 5: children’s classes in expression, 3 to 5: Boy Scouts, 7: Olympic Club. 7:30. The first presentation of the pageant, “The Coollege City. - * will be given. Saturday Argyle Athletic Club. O-E-Mor Dramatic Club, and High School Dancing Club, 7:30 to 10:30. East Washington. 17th and East Capitol streets. Eastern High School: Tuesday—Activities in the Hine Junior High School; community dance. 8:30 to 10:30; Basketry Club. 7:30 to 9:30; Boys’ Independent Athletic Club. 7:30 to 30:30 The dress rehearsal for WHEN YOU NEED A KEY You need our instant dupli cating service. Duplicate key, 25c. Bring your locks to the shop. TURNER & CLARK Basement. 1*33 New York Ave. bumstsaflsWormSynfii “To children «n angel of merry.” When, direction* nrr followed. IT NEVER FAILS. Despile scarcity and enormous cost of SAN TONIN. it contains full dose. Stood sixty years’ test. Sold everywhere or by mall, 50c a bottle. Cat. C. A. Voorhees. M. _D.. Philadelphia. 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Main 9637 OPEN DAILY SJO a. m. to 5:30 p. m., Saturday, 4.30 p. m. Call. Phone or Write. 1 1 the pageant will be in the auditorium of the New Eastern High School, with various compiunity groups. Boys’ In dependent Band and Community Or chestra. Wednesday -t-Washington C o m - munity Music Association will pre sent a community concert, directed by Robert Lawrence. Thursday New Eastern High School, community dance; millinery and dressmaking. The pageant, "Un der the Dome.” will be presented by community groups, including the Na tional Capital Players. Kutopia. Ep worth and Aurora Athletic Club. A lodge of Masons will co-operate. Music will be rendered by the Fast Washington Orchestra and the Boys’ Independent Rand. Wilawa Normal. 11th and Harvard streets northwest; Tuesday—lowa athletic group, 7 lo @cfhe XjjJJsburg/h (f } o. 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I 100 o u y u- unut j v you have an extra room at vour disposal _ lour: *P™9 seat construction. A hand- gj without added rent. A remarkable .$ J Q 0.75 | some suite, moderately priced at J- tJ Js * value at JL\J27 I 1 Lawn .. I ,• , ' I ~ 1 Steamer /Sniff I I Mower THE JULIUS LANSBURGH Chair /m I I fM : FURNITURE CO. | m sttnpat 'stxtj. wrgHmnw. u u„ sat ti, j 92-part 1 9; rhythmic dancing, 7:30; Columbia Athletic Club, business meeting, 7:30; rehearsal of pageant groups, 8; the Wilson Normal Community Players, dress rehearsal for “Mr. Plm Passes By.” The costume committee will meet at 8. Wednesday—Kindergarten Club, re hearsal of the play to be given in connection with the pageant. Thursday Wilson Normal Com munity Players will give “Mr. Plm Passes By,” 8. Pageant groups and committees will meet Mrs. Forrest, 8 to 10:30. Friday—Oirl Scouts. No. 12. 3:30; Boy Scouts. No. 41, a.nd the Junior Dancing Club, 8. Petworfh, Bth and Shepherd streets northwest; Tuesday—Music committee of the Woman’s Club, 8. Friday—Junior Oirl Scouts, Senior Oirl Scouts and Boy Scouts. 7:30 to 10:30; rehearsal • f the Petworth episode for the pageant to be given at the Central High Center May 24. Thr.niNon, 12th and L streets north west. Tuesday—Dressmaking. 7:30; Span ish Study Club, 8; Washington Opera Club, rehearsal, 8. and the Gregg Shorthand Association, 7. Wednesday—Esperanto Club, phys ical training class for women and large girls, and Washington women’s drill team, 8; classes In rhythm for children, 3:15 and 4.15. Thursday—Spanish study class agd T-ocal Talent Club, 8; sight reading class for members of the Washing ton Opera Company, 8. 1 Friday—Children's dancing olass. rehearsal for the spring entertain ment and the Boy Scout Troop, No. 2, 7:30. Park View, Warder and Newton streets northwest. Monday—Park View Girts’ Glee Club, 3:16. Tuesday—Violin class, 3:15: Park View Citizens’ Association and Par ent-Teacher Association will hold a joint meeting, preceded by an ex hibition of school work by children of Park View School, 8; after the regular business meeting, Capt, Julius 1. Peyser will speak, followed by vo cal solos by Mrs. Paul Russell and Mr. Lawrence E. Murray and a xylo phone solo by Henry Goldstein. Wednesday—Violin classes at 3:15 and 4. Friday—Boy Scouts, Woman’s Club, and Northern Atlantic Club, 7:30. Lovejoy, 12th and D streets north east. Wednesday—Girls’ Handicraft Club and Girls' Dressmaking Club, 3:16; visual instruction program. 3:15. Thursday Community singing, 7:30; east Washington male chorus, Manchester Athletic club, Buffalo Athletic Club, Home Economies, Women's Club and Lincoln Preps Athletic Club. 7:30 to 10:30. .Saturday—Arts and Crafts Club, community singing group, Boy Scouts Troop No. 501, Buffalo Athletic Club, Manchester Athletic Club, Best yette Club. Young Men’s Glee Club, 'and Whittling Club, 7:30 to 10:30; Ukelele Club, 7:30. Dean wood, Whittingham street and Lane place northeast. Friday—Sewing Club, 8 to 10; Chil dren’s Song Club, 7:30 to 8:30; Men's Choral Society, 8:30 to 10:30; class in rhythm for children, 8:30; Boys’ Story Telling and Game Club, 7:30 to 9; Girls’ Dramatic Club. 7; Boys’ Athletic Club, 7:30; Men’s Athletic Club, 8:30. Went Washington, 27th and N streets northwest. Tuesday—Sewing and Home Eco nomics Club, 7:30 to 10; Preps Athletic Club, Ladles' Whist Club, Men's Whist Club, and Lincoln Athletics, 7:30 to 10:30. Thursday—Girls’ Art Club and Music Club fop Gills, 3:15 to 5. Friday—Willing Workers, Young Women's Art Club, Wonder Boys. Mohican Athletic Club, Clover Pleas ure Club, Quoit Club. Lincoln Ath letics and Preps Athletic Club, 7:30 to 10:30; visual instruction program, 8; Boy Scout Troop No. 509, 7:30. Miner Normal. Georgia avenue and Euclid street northwest. Friday—Children’s activities. 7:30 to 10:30 a,m.; Girls’ Needlework Club, Special gymnasium classes for boys, boys' basket ball teams. Girls’ Ath letic Club and Girls’ Choral Club, adult activities. 7:30 to 10:30; ladies' dressmaking group, 7:30; Womens Needlework Club. Men's Current Events Club, Red Cross class in home hygiene and care of the sick, and Red Cross class in first aid. Blrney, Nichols avenue and Howard street northeast. Monday—Junior Dramatic Club. 3; clubs meeting 7:30 to 10:30 are Blr b*y Choral Society, Needle and Craft Club, and Radio Club; Citizens’ Asso ciation, Girls Readers’ Club and Amethyst Club, 8. Tuesday— Millinery, manicuring, hairdressing, and head work, and dressmaking, 8 to 10:30; Co-operative Society, 8. Friday-—Junior Dramatic Club, 3:30 to 4:30: Girls’ Athletic Club. Whittling Club, Les Belles Club. Busy Bee Club, Radio Club, and Boys’ Ath letic Club, 7:30 to 10:30. Rarville, Division avenue and Cor coran street northeast. Tuesday—Clef Club and Music Club. 3 to 5. Friday—Story-Telling Club and folk dancing group. 3:30 to 5; visual instruction program, 5; chorus for children, 6 and 7; and for adults, from 7 to 7:30; the Boys’ Game and Whittling Club, 7:30; Radio Club. Listening In Club, Girls’ Dramati, Club, Women s Whist Club and Moth, ers’ Club, 8 to 10; basket ball game-. 3; Dramatic Club, closing exercises, s' Cleveland-Phelps. Bth and T street* northwest. \ Today— High School Cadet Band and Novell© Orchestra, 2 to 4; Community Center Band. Postofflce Employer-' Union and the Viscount Club, 4 to 6:30. Tuesday—La Salle law class, 7;;o to 10:30; millinery, tailoring and flower-making classes. 7:30 to lft ; sewing class. Amphion Glee Club Traveling Elks’ Club. Drill and Bu.- Bee Club, 7:30 to 10:30. Thursday—Girls’ Recreational Club "•15 to a; Douglas Co-operative League. 8; Industrial Club. 7:30 to 10:30; the Rajah Club, Sewing Cub. song rehearsals and Community Cen ter Band, 7;30 to 10:30. Friday—Girls' Recreational Club, 3:15 to 5; sewing class, millinery class, Boys’ Club, and Busy Bee Club, 7:30 to 10:30. Saturday Rhythmic dancing classes. 10 to II and 11 to 12.