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> AUCTION SALES—FUTURE DAYS.
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- THOS J. OWEN & SON AUCTIONEERS.”
ij 1431 EYE ST. N.W.
I. EXECUTRIX' SALE OF VALUABLE IM
. PROVED REAL ESTATE. BEING FRAME
‘ DWELLING. KNOWN AS PREMISES 212
THIRTEENTH STREET SOUTHEAST.
By virtue of the power vested in me as
the duly qualified executrix under the last
will of Henry Beverly, deceased, duly ad
mitted to probate by the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia in Cause Adminis
tration No. 37585. this is to give notice that
I as executrix as aforesaid, will, on MON
DAY. THE TWENTY-NINTH DAY OF FEB
RUARY. 1932. AT FOUR-THIRTY P M., sell
»t public auction to the highest bidder. In
front of said premises. 212 13th street
southeast, the following-described land ana
premises: Beinir lot 801 In square east of
1015. as per plat recorded among the rec
ords of the office of the surveyor for the
District of Columbia; will all the Improve
ments therein. .. .
Terms of sale ALL CASH. A deposit of
five hundred dollars t$500> required at the
time of sale. Terms to be complied with
within thirty days, otherwise the deposit to
be forfeited. Conveyancing, recording, etc.,
at purchaser's cost. Sale subject to ap
proval. ratification and confirmation of the
Supreme Court of the District of Columbia.
Executrix reserves the right to resell said
land and premises at the risk of the default
ing purchaser after five (5' days' advertise
ment in some newspaper published In the
city of Washington, D. C.
CLARA JOHNSON.
_ Executrix.
J. T. SETTLE,
OEO G JEFFERSON,
Attorneys at Law, ,
611 F Si. N.W._fel8-dAds.ex3u&hol
THOS. J. OWEN & CON, AUCTIONEERS,
1431 EYE ST. N.W.
NORTHEAST. ^ ,
By virtue ot a certain deed of trust, duly
fecorded in Liber No. 5495, folio 74 et seq..
Of the land records ot the District of Colum
bia. and at the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell at
public auction. In front of the premises, on
FRIDAY. THE FOURTH DAY OF MARCH.
A D. 1932, AT FOUR-THIRTY OCLOCK
P M., the following-described land and prem
ises. situate in the city of Washington. Dis
trict of Columbia, and designated as and
being lot thirty-two < 32 > in Georgia H.
Ewan's subdivision of part of original lot
two (2) in square ten hundred and fifty
(1050). as per plat recorded in the office
of the surveyor of 4he said District of Co
lumbia in Book 76. at page 39. Subject to
a 10-foot right of way over the extreme east I
10 feet of said lot 32 for the use and benefit
Of the property conveyed to Robert William
Darr by the said parly of the first part by
that certain deed dated September 19. 1923.
and recorded September 27. 1923. among the
land records of said District, together with
the improvements, as above.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, balance in two
eaual installments, payable in one and two
years, with interest at six per centum per
«nnum. Dnyable semi-annually, from day of
sale, secured by deed of trust upon the prop
erty sold, or all cash, at the option of the
purchaser. A deposit of 11.500 will be re
auired it time of sale. All conveyancing,
recording, etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms
of sale to be complied with within thirty
days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees
reserve the right to resell the property, at
the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser,
after five days' advertisement of such resale
in some newspaper published in Wash
ington. D. C.
foM-d&ds.eiSu Trusteeg.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS,
1431 Eye Street N.W.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE FULLY
DETACHED CORNER FRAME DWEL
LING KNOWN AS PREMISES SOI VAR
NUM STREET NORTHWEST.
■y virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly
teeorded In Liber No. 6256, folio 433 et sea., of
the land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell,
• t public auction. In front of the premises,
on FRIDAY. THE TWENTY-SIXTH DAY OF
FEBRUARY. A.D. 1932, AT FOUR-THIRTY
O’CLOCK P.M., the following-described land
and premises, situate in the District of Co
lumbia. and designated as and being lot
numbered eleven (11) in the Washington
Loan and Trust Company, trustee's sub
division of square numbered twenty-two <22>,
* Petworth Addition to the City of Washing
ton," as per plat recorded in the office of
the surveyor for the District of Columbia in
Liber County II, at folio 83; said square
numbered twenty-two (22) now known tor
purposes of assessment and taxation as
square numbered thirty hundred and twenty
three (3023>.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, balance in two
equal Installments, payable in one and two
years, with interest at six per centum per
annum, payable semi-annually, from day of
sale, secured by deed of trust upon the
property sold, or all cash, at the option of
the purchaser. A deposit of $500 will be
required at time of sale. All conveyancing,
recording, etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms
of sale to be complied with within 30 days
Irom day of sale, otherwise the trustee
reserves the right to resell the property at
the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser,
after five days' advertisement of such resale
In some newspaper published in Washing
Ion, D. C. THE WASHINGTON LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANY.
Trustee
By ALFRED H. LAWSON.
felB.d&da.exSu&holVice President.
THOfl. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS,
1431 Eye Street N.W.
TRUSTEES SALE OP VALUABLE TWO
STORY BRICK DWELLING. SITUATE
NO. 1235 WALTER PLACE SOUTHEAST
By virtue ol a deed ol trust. recorded
In Liber No. 6594. at folio 562 of the land
records of the District of Columbia, we
ahall sell In front of the_premises on
THURSDAY, THE TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF
FEBRUARY, A.D. 1932, AT TWO-THIRTY
O'CLOCK P.M.. lot numbered two hundred
and flfty-eiaht (253) In W. Wallace Chis
well and Harry A. Kite’s subdivision of lots
In sauare numbered ten hundred and fifteen
0015), as per plat recorded In the office
of the surveyor for the District of Columbia
In Liber 45 at folio 108.
Terms of sale: One-fourth cash; balance
In one, two and three years, with Interest
• t rix per cent per annum, payable semi
annually. I>eposlt of $300 Q0 required at
time of aale. and the purchaser allowed
fifteen days from date of sale to complete
the purchise. Further particular* at time
of sale.
VERNON O OWEN.
W. G. SCHAFHIRT,
feU.d&dbs.exSu&hoI Trustees.
lH06. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS,
1431 Eye Street N.W.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE FULLY
DETACHED BRICK DWELLING. BEING
PREMISES NO. 5543 30th PLACE
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly
yecorded in Liber No. 6384. folio 201 et seq.,
of the land records of the District of Co
lumbia. and at the request of the part se
cured thereby, the undersigned trustees will
sell, at public auction, in front of the prem
ises. on THURSDAY. THE TWENTY-FIFTH
DAY OF FEBRUARY. A.D. 1932. AT FOUR
O'CLOCK P.M., the following-described land
and premises, situate in the District of Co
lumbia, and designated as and being lot
numbered twelve <12) In square east of
square numbered twenty-two hundred and
ninety-five (east of 2295), In Fulton R.
Gordon and Edith McA. Newlands sub
division of certain parcels of land, as per
Flat recorded in the office of the surveyor
or the District of Columbia In Liber 63. at
folio 14; subject to building restriction line
ahown on said plat. _
Terms of sale; One-third of the purchase
money to be paid In cash, balance In two
•qual Installments, payable In one and two
years, with Interest at six per centum pbr
annum, payable semi-annually, from day or
aale. secured by deed of trust upon the
property sold, or all cash, at the option of
the purchaser. A deposit of $300.00 will be
required at time of sale. All conveyancing,
recording, etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms
cf sale to be compiled with within 30 days
from day of sale, otherwise the trustees re
serve the right to resell the property at the
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after
five days* advertisement of such resale in
§ome newspaper published in Washing
*on. D. C. FRANK STETSON,
JAMES D. HOBBS,
e/o National Savings and
Trust Company,
felS.dAds.exSuAho! Trustees. _
t G SLOAN k CO . INC . AUCTIONEERS,
715 13th ST. N.W.
•ALE OP HOUSEHOLD GOODS PERSONAL
EFFECTS, ETC.. FOR STORAGE
CHARGES _ .
Notice Is hereby given that on SATOR
PAY. MARCH TWELFTH, 1932, AT TEN
O'CLOCK AM,, AND ON EACH WEDNES
DAY AND SATURDAY THEREAFTER UN
TIL ALL IS DISPOSED OF. there will be
sold at the public auction, in the rooms of
C G. Sloan A Co , Inc . Auctioneers. 115
13th street n.w.. Washington, D C„ to en
force Hens for storage and other charges
due »nd unpaid, all furniture, personal ef
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Brown. Mrs. L. Brown. Louise Brown. Jen
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tian. Fred Conner. Mrs. Connorry. W. F.
Culllnnane. Mrs. R R Cunningham. Mrs.
M. E. Dailey. Carrie Davenport. Hattie Da
vis. Howard Davis. L C. Denton. Mrs. S.
Dickson. R. Dixon. Mary Dobbins. Hattie
Dorsey A Drekalias. Nellie Durham. Mrs.
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Mary Forest. Dorothy Green. Evelyn Green.
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AUCTION SALES—FUTURE DAYS.
THOMAS DOWI4NO * CO . AUCTIONEERS.
SALE OF PERSONAL EFFECTS. HOUSE
HOLD GOODS, ETC., FOR STORAGE
CHARGES. __
Notice is hereby given that on FRIDAY.
MARCH FOURTH. 1932. AT TEN-THIRTY
O'CLOCK A.M.. AND EACH SUCCEEDING
DAY THERAFTER. UNTIL ALL GOODS ARE'
DISPOSED OF. there will be sold at public
auction, m the warerooms of Smith's Transfer
& Storage Co , Inc., 1313 You st. n.w., Wash
ington. D. C , to enforce liens for storage
charges, etc., due and unpaid, all household
goods, paintings and personal effects on
storage with the Smith's Transfer, & Stor
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Bsrnes. Wainright Dewitt Beckett, John
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man. W. A. Crowley. S. L. Dean. Henry H.
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Mrs. Leroy Jones. J. Win. McKinley. Mrs.
Hattie Miller. Nannie Miller. A. J. Montgom
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Mrs. Ruby Smith. Mrs. Jas. A. Turner. Mrs.
Mary F Wilson. Mrs. Annie Young. Mrs W.
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Jones, H L Rose. Mrs. W. R. Logan, up
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Julia Peterkin Quits Pen Tem
porarily to Take Title
Role.
_
By the Associated Press.
COLUMBIA, 8. C„ February 23.—
! One of America’s best known woman
j authors has temporarily abandoned her
j pen lor the stage.
For the last two weeks Julia Peter
kin, creator of the Pulitzer prize-win
ning “Scarlet Sister Mary,” has been
rehearsing the lines of Ibsen's “Hedda
Gabler” on an average of about 10
hours a day.
The play is to be presented by the
Columbia Stage Society, a local Little
Theater group, on Thursday, Friday
and Saturday at the town theater here.
Mrs. Peterkin has the title role.
Work Is “Fascinating.”
Abandoning her plantation. Lang
Syne, some 40 miles east of Columbia
she has thrown herself wholeheartedly
into her woTk.
She is finding it “very fascinating.”
since it brings to her an almost new ex
perience.
At the same time, she will be glad to
return to the plantation on the banks
of the lazy Congaree River.
For one thing, her husband has
three new hounds she hasn't seen.
And she hears her son William re- j
cently has been bringing down three
birds each time he flushes a covey, and
that must be looked into.
But in the meantime, she is enjoying
herself mightily.
“It is hard work, but I want the
play to be good.” she said. "When I
think of the people who are coming to
see me, some of them from as far as
New York, I am almost frightened.”
Has Moments of Misgiving.
There have been some moments of
misgiving. One of these came when
she saw posters a student artist de
signed to place outside the town
theater.
There is a sketch of her, and the
nose “Is like this,” she said, as she
cupped her hand to augment the size
of the feature.
“But I decided not to protest. I
have such a good disposition it's a
curse.”
Her director, Belford Forrest, said
she is an apt pupil. He has never, he
said, seen a cast willing to work so
hard as the one he has assembled for
"Hedda Gabler.”
$30,000 GEMS STOLEN
FROM DEBUTANTE’S CAR
Mysterious Theft From Sister-in
Law of New York Broker
Puzzles Police.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK. February 23.—The
Dally News aays Jewels valued at $30,
000 were stolen last week under mys
terious circumstances from Mrs. Robert
T. Stone, wife of the head of R. T.
Stone & Co., brokers.
The story asserts the gems were taken
in some unexplained manner from the
automobile in which Mrs. Stone’s de
butante sister. Miss Edith McCoon, was
bringing them to New York from
Greenwich, Conn.
Miss McCoon is quoted as saying she
put the jewels in a black bag, which
was by her side as she drove to town.
“The black bag was there at my side
as I drove,” she is quoted as saying.
"Then, when I reached my sister's
home, I looked down and it had gone.
1 don’t understand It at all.”
TODAY'S AMUSEMENTS.
National-- The Social Register," at
8:20 p.m.
Belasco—"Blossom Time,” at 8.30
p.m.
Gayety—Ann Corio and her own
show, at 2:15 and 8:15 p.m.
Fox—“She Wanted a Millionaire ” at
10:32 a.m., 12:59. 3:16. 5:33, 7:59 and
10:16 p.m. Stage shows at 12:06, 2.ZJ,
4:40, 7:06 and 9:23 p.m.
Columbia—"Hell Divers,” at 11 a m.,
1:05, 3:15, 5:20, 7:25 and 9:35 p.m.
R-K-O Keith’s—"Lady With a Past.”
at 10:10 a.m.. 12:35. 3, 5:25, 7:56 and
10:21 p.m. Stage shows at 11:37 a.m.,
2:02, 4:27, 6:58 and 9:23 p.m.
Palace—'"Freaks.” at 11:30 a.m.. 2:05,
4:45, 7.20 and 9:55 p.m. Stage shows
at 1:25, 4:05, 6:40 and 9:15 p.m.
Metropolitan—"The Man Who Played
God," at 11 am., 12:48, 2.34, 4:21,6:04,
7:51 and 9:10 p.m.
Rialto — "Murders in the Rue
Morgue,” at 11:26 a.m., 12:57, 2:27,
3:57, 5:27, 7:27 and 9:58 p.m.
Earle—“Fireman, Save My Child.” at
10:30 a.m., 1:05, 3:40, 6:15. 8:50 and
11:25 p.m. Stage show's at 12:05, 2:40,
5:15, 7:50 and 10:25 p.m.
Tivoli—"Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde," at
2, 3:50. 5:40, 7:30 and 9:25 p.m.
Central—Possessed." from 11 a.m. to
11 p.m.
Ambassador—"Fireman, Save My
Child.” at 2.45, 4:35, 6:15, 8:05 and
9:55 p.m.
B. & 0. OFFICIAL DIES
Freight Traffic Manager to Be
Buried in Baltimore.
BIRMINGHAM. Ala., February 23
(/P).—h. R. Lewis. 60, of Cincinnati,
freight traffic manager of the Baltimore
L Ohio Railroad, died at a hospital here
Sunday after a week’s illness with
pneumonia.
The body was sent to Cincinnati for
funeral services. Burial will be in Bal
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no«* playing.
Stax) « motT nmazmc
ySSs THAlUinG PICTURE/
“FREAKS']
ADDED ATTRACTION
LAUREL & HARDY
In "BEAU HUNKS”
Their Funniest Centedy.
On the Stac*
“FROLICS OF 1932"
FREDA & PALACE
And Other Bio Acts.
COMING FRIDAY
MARIE DRESSLER
In “EMMA”
Pin* Bi*
Vaudeville
^ Revue
I*—-- - ■
Door* Oprn 10:30 A. M. I
, Comlnc—Konnlri rolmao. I
In *'Arrn«,»mKh'’ g
STAGGERING WASHINGTON
—JOAN BENNETT
SPENCER TRACVUNA MERKEL
STQCe
voices HOT JAVA*
OTertnre—-“Vlalona »f Washington''
RIALTO—NOW!
Elgar Allan Poe's
with
Bela Lugosi—Sidney Fox
—NOTE—
Tou are urged to attend the
matinees to avoid the
night crowds
The PALAIS ROYAL Downstairs
A New Service
SHOE REPAIRING
DEPARTMENT
In keeping with the increased store efficiency we initiate
this new department where expert workmen will restore
your wornout soles and heels—rejuvenate your old shoes
—at the lowest prices to our knowledge.
Special Prices for Opening Days!
Half Soles of
Oak Leather
52c
A sturdy sole of long wear
ing white oak leather at
tached to your shoes by ex
pert workmen, in a few sec
onds’ time.
Full Soles &
Rubber Heels
•1.49
Give new life to your old
shoes! Give them added
wearableness. Invest this lit
tle money in a pair of sturdy
soles and rubber heels.
Durable
Rubber Heel*
19c
Springy heels of strong rub
ber attached to your heels
by our workmen In a jiffy—
at a ridiculously low price.
Work Done While You Wait or Delivered
Palais Royal—Downstairs Store
_AMISEMENTS.__
Tonight IHUhlRT ft Ttur. A tot
At «:M Uri t«pl| t*
#oc-*s so UtLAouW w-«i *o
_The Musical Hit of the Time
BLOSSOM
UPTIME?!
ALL NEXT WEEK
Matinee Saturday Onlv
MAIL ORDERS NOW SEATS THI R.
T|jr GILBERT AND
inc. SILI.IVAN
GONDOLIERS
COMIC OPERA
Orch.. fl.ftO; Mex., *!..*>, *1 00; Bal.. fl.
7.V; Gallery.
Palm Civic Opera Premier
WARNER BROS. THEATRES
I in First National’s I
I 'FIREMAN, SAVE MY CHILD’ ,
Warnar Bros. Birrntrnnial Film
| "Washington. Man * Capital" I
With PEMBERTON DANCERS 1
tot6
Keller Sitter* A l ynch
I J^VeHe—JEarJJLikrere^ J
I 25C tO 1 P. M. I
NOW
His Greatest Personal Triumpu
GEORGE ARLISS
in a Modern Drama of
Real Life
who played 6gd’*
Also Bicentennial Film
“WASHINGTON. MAN AND
CAPITAL”
' NEWS
r>c to 1 r. m. I
CONSTANCE
BENNETT
“LADY WITH A PAST"
Ben Lyon—David Manner*
Stage
GUS VAN Htadllnlnr
*"n RKO VauderlU*
Coming
RICHARD DIX
In "Lost Squadron"
IRENE RICH, in Ptrtea
RKO Pathe New
GAYETY-BURLESK
Now Playing
ANN CORIO
AND HER
OWN SHOW
ARCADE iSP'.'Sa.
SPIRIT OP NOTRE DAME.’1_
CTATP BETBI8DA. MD.
J 1l C. Heme el We.tern-Eleetrie Sound
JACKIE COOPER In "SOOKY.” Comedy.
News._
DUMBARTON
and DOROTHY LETE in LOCAL BOY
MAKES GOOD." Comedy.__
PRINCESS 1UL«
BILL BOYD .n SUICIDE FLEET.”
Cartoon and Sports Reel._
crpfi SILYIR SPRING. MD., 15« M tSt
JLLU THE BIO PARADE.’’
with sound._
TARTIMA 4tk Batternat Sts.
IAAU1TIA Na Parkins Trouble*.
LINDA WATKINS in
“GOOD SPORT”
ASHTON CLARENDON. TA.
JANET GAYNOR and CHARLES FAR
REIL. DELICIOUS."__
DIRECTION SIDNEY LOST
CAMEO * Todf?* ***’
COLIN CLIVE In
“FRANKENSTEIN”
ARCADE ^ToSy1’ ****'
Jackie Cooper in “Sooky”
HIPPODROME Double Fwmjrt
Buster Keaton. ‘ Sidewalks of New York.*’
Tallulah Bankhead in "The Cheat."
RICHMOND Alexandrf.,^ Va.
Robt. Montgomery. "Lovers Courawoua.”
npri r p». a»*.. ri». w. ms
UnLLI. Home ,f the Mirrar Screen
LILY DAMITA. LESTER VAIL. "THE
WOMAN BETWEEN "__
JESSE THEATER “ft*
R- C A. Photophone.
MARILYN MILLER and BEN LYON In
_^HER MAJESTY LOVE." Comedy._
CV| VAN ut * *• *• Are. N.W.
'JII.TR11 JOHN BARRYMORE and
MARIAN MARSH in "THE MAD
GENIUS " Vitaphone Variety.
STANTON _.*lh c su. n.e.
' 1 AIT 1 lln Finest Sound Fanlpmant
EVELYN BRENT in “THE MAD PA
RADB." __
I VRir GAITHERSBURG. MD.
L.iniv. LOUISE DRESSLER in
■STEPPING SISTERS." Todd-Pltts
Comedy. Travelogue. News.__
CAIRI AWN ANACQ8TIA. P. C
r AIRLM TT n ruth CHATTERTON
in "ONCE A LADY."_
Warner Bros.’
AMBASSADOR
JOE E. BROWN. FIREMAN. SAVB
MY CHILD." "WASHINGTON.
THE MAN AND THE CAPITAL."
Warner Bros.’
APOLLO W1 B
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS JR.. and
JOAN BLONDELL. UNION
DEPOT BING CROSBY COMEDY.
Warner Bro*/
AVAION cpnn ATe- *nA
AVALUn McKinley St.. D C.
NORMA SHEARER and ROBERT
MONTGOMERY. "PRIVATE
LIVES" RIPLEY VITAPHONE
_SHORT __
Warner Bros.’
AVENUE GRAND
GLORIA SWANSON "TONIGHT OR
NEVER" CHARLIE CHASE
COMEDY __
Warner Bros/
CENTRAL sn‘ wb" n “* *
JOAN CRAWFORD and CLARK
GABLE POSSESSED." BING
CROSBY COMEDY._
Warner Bros/
COLONY G‘
SYLVIA SIDNEY. “LADIES OF BIO
HOUSE " DOGVILLE COMEDY.
Warner Bros/
HOME “*• 0 Bfc
SYLVIA 8IDNEY. ‘LADIES OP BIO
HOUSE."__
Warner Bros/
SAVOY *4,b * C#L “• "w
JANET GAYNOR and CHARLIE
_FARRELL DELICIOUS."_
Warner Bros.’
TIVOLI J4th * Fark Rd* N w*
FREDERICK MARCH. ‘ DR. JEKYLL
AND MR HYDE MICKEY
_MOUSE CARTOON
Warner Bros/
YORK Ga. Are. Si Quebec St. N.W.
BARBARA STANWYCK. FORBID
DEN
PAROIINA 1,th * N* c- Av*
LAAULIHA FLYING HIGH."
with BERT LA HR < Perfect Sound l ■
_DANCING._
EDW. F. MILLER, teacher of Washington's
social, diplomatic and congressional set.
1208 18th 8t. No. 7076
Miss Ellen Waller
Member Dancing Masters of America, Inc
MODERN BALL ROOM £ STAGE DANCING
Private lessons by appointment; any hour
Class In ball room dancing Sat. gve
8 p.m.. with general dancing 9 to 12.
Studio, tdlb 14th St. N.W._Tel. Adams ttl!i
PETTON PENN STUDIOS—BaU room daue
iog; fundamental steps; latest dsnc'a and
danc. practice. 1*45 T W. N.W._Met. 8IMMI
PROF. AND MBS. ACRES. imToUl Street
n w. Class and dance with orchestra Vveri
Monday and Friday 8 to 11 30 p.m Private
lessons by appointment. MEt. 4110. Eat. 1905
~ , MAE DAVISON -
Member of Banana Mastert of Amerim
Ball room class. Tuesday eve. ■
8 to 9; practice. 9 to 1>:
new slow fox trot, hesitation waltz ’ in t? i?
Short routines In tap. acrobatic' t0-1-1
Children's classes Saturdays c' 8o*nUh
Stadia. 1839 M M. N.W. N.titail mL ,

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