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! Y. W. C. A. News
- The candlelight carol service this
CRemoon at 4 o'clock is the culmina-.
Son of the Christmas program of the
association, in which all departments
will take part. The Oirl Reserve Glee
Club will present a carol tableau di
vided into five groups. They will sing
the carols of Bohemia, Holland, Spain.
Austria and Poland in costume. The
Elizabeth Somers Glee Club will sing
two groups of old Czech and French
carols and the more familiar carols will
be sung by the entire audience. The
three secretaries from the Girl Reserve
department. Miss Mabel Cook, Miss:
Dorothea McDowell and Miss Katherine
Moritz, will be Joint hostesses and all
Members and friends of the association
•re cordially invited to attend. Toys
from the Girl Reserve toy shop will be
displayed.
On Christmas eve 30 selected voices
from the singing groups in the associa
tion will join in the carol singing around
the community Christmas tree and
later will sing in three of the hospitals.
Holiday hours will be observed at the
association centers Christmas day. At
Seventeenth and K streets the cafeteria
will be open for the dinner hour, 5:30
to 7:30, with a regular Christmas din
ner; the tea room and sandwich shop
will be closed all day. There will be no
service in the cafeteria at 614 E street
er at Twentieth and B streets. Both
the pool at Seventeenth and K streets
and that at 614 E street will be closed
all day Christmas. The bowling alleys
and gym will also be closed Christmas
day.
• The Y. M.-Y. W. recreation commit
tee will sponsor a Christmas dance to
03 given at the Y. W. C. A., Barker
Hall. Seventeenth and K streets. De
cember 27, from 9 to 12 o’clock. There
Will be special features to make this
holiday dance especially attractive.
2 Miss Charlotte Adams of the national
staff of the Y. W. C. A. has been ap
pointed chairman of the ecumenical
commission of the Y. W. C. A., with
headquarters first in London and later
in Geneva. The post created by the
world committee, Y. W. C. A., at its
meeting in Budapest last Summer, is
JJrgely one of travel and study and will
require a year’s residence abroad.
- Health Education Department.
r The Vacation Play School for children
% to 10 years is meeting daily from 10
May come each morning including
January 4, or they may come in for a
flngle morning to try it. The schedule
of swimming classes which will start
between January 1 and 15 is now ready
& the health education office. Those
wishing to arrange for parties in either
Sie gymnasium, pool or bowling alleys
ay secure a vacation activities folder
•t the various centers —Twentieth and
B streets, 614 E street or at Seventeenth
2nd k.
- Miss Marion Meigs, director of the
Apartment, has gone to New York to
attend the reunion of the alumnae of
the Central School of Hygiene and
physical Education which is now affili
ated with Russell Sage College. She will
mend the rest of her Christmas vaca
tion at her home in Bridgeport, Conn.
Other secretaries who will be away for a
Ert of the holiday season are: Miss
ina Van Buskirk, who will visit in
Philadelphia; Miss Marian Huntt, who
111 be at her home in Virginia, and
iss Dorothy Latham, who will go to
her home in Crestwood, N. J.
“The K street pool will be closed for
Meaning from December 19 to 26. Be
ginning the 26th and extending to
January 1, inclusive, holiday dip hours
will be observed from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Ally. The pool at 614 E street will be
Closed from December 25 to January 1
lor cleaning. The holiday dip hours
will prevail from December 19 to 24
Bom 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. The regular
whedules in both pools will be resumed
January 2. The bowling alleys will be
Closed for repairs December 23 to 25,
inclusive. Holiday hours will be ob
served from December 26 to 31, 12 noon
$> 2, and 5 to 10, except on Saturday,
December 28, when the hours will be
Bom 12 noon to 2 only.
Girl Reserves.
i All Girl Reserves and their friends
•re invited to the Y. W. C. A. Christ
ftas celebration and exhibition of the
Oirl Reserve toy shop this afternoon
st 4 o’clock. Following the music hour
tJie Girl Reserve Glee Club will visit the
George Washington University Hospital
J> give a program of carols. There will
no regular Girl Reserve Club meet
ings during the Christmas holidays. Two
2lrl Reserves from each Senior High
;hool Girl Reserve Club will take part
Wi the all-association carol singing in
&e hospitals on Christmas eve.
• Friday morning at 10:30 the planning
4>mmlttee for the Girl Reserve Mid
winter Conference will hold a special
Beeting in the Girl Reserve club rooms
apportion the number of delegates
to come from the 44 associations to be
at this conference. The Bon
Becour Girl Reserve Club of Central
High School will have luncheon followed
ttv a theater party Friday afternoon.
The social service program of the Girl
Reserves has occupied much time and
thought during the holiday prepara
tions. Not only through the toy shop
6ut in other ways as well, children in
» institutions will be remembered dur
tbg the season.
* Business and Professional.
* While there will be no regular club
Meetings In the department Christmas
week, the club members will be busy
£lth a social service program, which
eludes gifts to selected families
through the Associated Charities as well
as to many institutions. Regular club
activities will be resumed after the
holidays.
Industrial Department
“ Many members of the Thursday Club
Jh the industrial department will be
St of town for Christmas week, but
06e who will be in town will gather
: fbr an informal tea December 26 in
i their club room on the third floor*. This
elub, which is composed of girls who
45re employed in homes, will give a wel- 11
tome to any girl who wishes to find
dbngenlal companionship and well
planned programs for her leisure hours.
Any one who wishes to join may do so
by communicating with Miss Saida L.
Hartman, secretary of the department.
• Elizabeth Somers Residence.
2 The vesper service will be omitted
this afternoon in order that the girls
may attend the all-association carol
service at Seventeenth and K streets at
4 o’clock. Girls who must remain in
Washington during the holiday season
have arranged an attractive Christmas
season program, beginning this after
noon, when they will be at home to
their friends. On Christmas eve many
of the girls will participate in the carol
singing at the hospitals and there will
be carol singing through both houses
at midnight. A large Christmas tree
will be decorated on Christmas eve.
Miss Dorothy Roberts is in charge of
these arrangements.
The Christmas program around the
tree Just after breakfast starts the day,
Mid there is also a tree for the service
staff, in which every one participates.
Miss Grace Pawley and Miss Dorothy
Alderman will be responsible for this
celebration. Christmas evening there
will be an informal party, f6r which
Miss Agnes Reynolds is chairman. On
Friday the children from Central Union
fission will come to the residence for
♦heir annual party, when there will be
flbys and games and refreshments for
•U. Miss Julia Maxwell, with her com
mittee, is planning a delightful time for
the young guests.
» ■ •
Sponge It an Animal.
Asked to describe a sponge, 9 per
•bns out of 10 would say that it is a
vegetable growth of the ocean, but
such is not the case, for it is an
animal. Sponges live thlr own lives
£d eat their own food as other ani
ils do. The separate existence of
• sponge begins when a tiny particle
qyentually attaches Itself to a piece of
rack, and from that home It seeks its
qwn livelihood. The food of infant
sponges consists of yelk cells, which
contain a form of nourishment. Later,
as the sponge grows, it requires some
thing more solid, and this is brought
kg the currents.
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