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April smiles on egg-rolling party at White House. The beautiful day brought a record crowd
of youngsters and grown-ups to the south grounds last Monday. 1 Wide World Photos. --i-7 J _tQv W 'V I Miss Eleanor Roosevelt, daughter of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Henry L. Roosevelt, who will reign as queen over Washington’s Cherry Blossom Festival. Harris & Ewing A landscape of | faces—as the Easter Monday throng at the White House was ■ greeted by Mrs. Roosevelt from the portico. t Wide World Photos. ^_____ ! « A close cne on the opening card at Bowie. In High, the No. 7 | hcrse, ncses his way to | victory in the dramatic 1 finish of the second | race. 1 <£ Associated Press Photo. 1 Sistie and Bussie Dali greet the egg rollers. Mrs. Roosevelt, with her granddaughter Sistie in hand, leads the way as they move among the cele brators on the White House grounds. © star Staff Photo. Easter morning services in the Memorial Amphi theater at Arlington, held under auspices of the Grand Commandery, Knights Templar of the District. © Wide World Photos.