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Election and Installation of
Officers to Be Held on Wednesday Evening. The annual meeting of the Grand • Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of the District of Columbia will be held Wed nesday evening at the Masonic Temple. "Election and installation of officers will be held. Grand High Priest Eu gene E. Thompson will be in charge. Chevy Chase Lodge will hold a Gov ernment night Wednesday evening. Special guests will be the Masons of the Bureau of Standards, the Geo physical Laboratory and the Depart ment of Terrestrial Magnetism of the Carnegie Institution. Dr. Tuve of the latter organization will give an illus . trated talk on an interesting scientific subject. Special music will be pro vided and refreshments served. Master Edwin L. White of Bright wood Lodge announced that on Wed nesday evening there will be moving > pictures of Glacier National Park. E. Whitlock will be in charge of the pres entation. Refreshments will be served. Takoma Lodge will confer the E. A. degree on February 8. Senior Warden James F. Blose will be in the east and Junior Steward Cecil W. Macy will act as senior deacon. At the meeting of Cathedral Lodge Thursday evening members of the National University Masonic Club will . be special guests. The F. C. degree will be conferred. Refreshments will be served. Uigh Priest Roy D. Borden of Eu reka Chapter, R. A. M.. has arranged a special bingo party for the members of his chapter on Friday evening The newly installed officers of the chapter are; High priest, Roy D. Borden; king, George W. Mehlfelt; scribe, John F. Eullender; secretary, Francis I. Beach; treasurer, George S. Foreman; captain of host. James J. Brown; principal so journer, Harry O. Gathers; Royal Arch captain. Thomas R. Wilson; master third veil, Kenneth C. Mark'vard; master second veil. William A. Robin . son; master first veil, George Mocka bee, and sentinel, John W. Cranford. The Fellowcraft Club of Lafayette; . lodge will meet, preceded by a dinner, i • at Hammel s. 416 Tenth street N.W.. j on Friday evening. The new officers are: President. Grant L. Hagan: vice i prseident, David Morris; second vicej president, Harry A. Alberger; secre- j tary. Alonzo C. Wooten; master of j ceremonies, John Lucas; sentinel. Wil liam G. Wiles, and captain of Fellow • craft team, William Lambis. Potomac Lodge will have a Masonic play. "A Rose on the Altar," written by Junior Grand Deacon Carl H. *Claudy, tomorrow evening. The cast will be made up of members of the Fellowcraft Club of La Fayette Lodge and will be directed by F. Sterling i Wilson. Several lodges in nearby Vir ginia have been invited by Master Frederick W. Englert. Past Master Harry L. Strang, jr„ , will address Benjamin B. Flench Lodge tomorrow evening on "By That of Being a Man." The First Degree will be conferred. 4 Master Alvin L. Helmick of Pental pha Lodge announced Dr. Ernest S. Griffith, dean of the Graduate School of American University, will address his lodge tomorrow evening. Refresh ments will be served. Fast. Grand Master Paul B. Crome , ljn will install Edwin S. Bettelheim, Jr- as senior warden and Charles t) Collins as treasurer of Sojourners’ Lodge tomorrow evening. * Master J. Dutton Wainwright of Acacia Lodge has arranged a bingo party and smoker Tuesday evening. The Fellowship Club of Osiris Lodge Will meet at 935 G place N.W. Tues day evening. The Pellowcraft Club of King David Ledge will meet Tuesday evening at the Masonic Temple, Twelfth and Monroe streets N.E. The new offi ^rrrs of the club are: President, Arthur E. Lausen; vice president, Orval C. Barchet. and secretary-treasurer, Rob ert K. Sutton. Mount Horeb Chapter, Potomac ' Chapter and Woodridge Chapter, R, A. M„ will hold their annual elec- , tion and installation of officers next Tuesday evening. H. B. Gardner, president of the An chor Masonic Club, announced a din ner meeting will be held Tuesday at i 6 pm. at the Continental Hotel. Julian T. Baber of the United States Secret ■ Service will speak on ’’Counterfeit- • ing. ^ Trestleboard. Monday—Potomac, social; Ben- , Jamin B. French, F. c.; Anacostia, , M. M.; Pentalpha, social; Mount \ Pleasant, social: Sojourners, E. A. Tuesday—Federal, E. A.; Acacia, \ social; Takoma, E. A.; Samuel Gomp- . ers. E. A. Wednesday—Harmony, F. c.; War- i ren G. Harding, F. C.; Chevy Chase, ' social; Brightwood, social. Thursday—The New Jerusalem, . P. C.: George C. Whiting, E. A.; Temple-Noyes. F. C.; Cathedral, F. C.; Barristers, F. C. (special). v Friday—St. John's, F. C.; Hope, social. Y. M. C. A. News. The board of managers will hold a special meeting and dinner at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow. Ted Thayer will speak to the Y's Men’s Club tomorrow at 6 p.m. on '^Juvenile Delinquency.” The Monday Night Bible Class will meet at 7:30 p.m. under the leadership of Miss Mabel Nelson Thurston. A concert will be presented in the assembly hall at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow. The Southeastern University alumni will meet Wednesday evening in the assembly hall for a music program and social. The Staff Bowling League will meet at 9:20 a.m. Thursday. The regular staff conference will be held at 10:05 a.m. Thursday. t The Executive Committee of the Organized Bible Class Association will hold a dinner meeting Friday at 6 p.m. in room 218. The Debate Club will meet Friday evening. Arthur M. Isler Is the coach. The Riding Club will ride from the Riverside Stables at 2 o'clock Saturday. , "Conserving the Sabbath for Man” , * w’ill be the subject of the weekly radio talk over WMAL at 5:15 pm. Satur day. The Saturday Nighters will hold a : <Janc« in the men’s gymnasium at i 9:30 p.m. Grand Chapter Officers, O. E. S. Mrs. Paul B. Cromelin, associate grand matron, and Richard E. Titlow, associate grand patron. —Buckingham Photos. Order of the Eastern Star St. John's Lodge Chapter will cele brate Its twenty-fourth birthday an niversary tomorrow. The Auxiliary Home Board will meet at the home of Mrs. Alfreda Larson, 2436 Thirty-ninth street N.W., Feb ruary 11. A dance and card party of Beth any Chapter will be held at Ward man Park Hotel on February 10. Cards will begin at 8:30. Dancing from 10 until 1. For reservations call Mrs. Cora Icenhower, Georgia 7749. The Endowment Committee will meet at the home of Mrs. Lenna Ber rett, 1311 Kearney street N.E., tomor row evening, with entertainment and refreshments. The Association of Past Matrons and Patrons of Electa Chapter will hold its annual banquet and election February 11 at the Garden House of Dodge Hotel at 7 p.m. The Officers’ Club of Fidelity Chap ter will meet at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Klinck. 422 Butternut street N.W., tomorrow evening. Past Ma tron Emily Thompson will be the as sisting hostess. Past Matron Mrs. Pearl Bellman will entertain the Home Board at her home, 1523 Lamont street N.W., on Tuesday, February 8 at 12:30 p.m. She will be assisted by Past Matron Lillian Vincent and Mrs. Laura Thompson. A bingo party will be held for the benefit of ways and means at the home of Past Matron Bellman, on February 15 at 8 p.m. At the meeting on February 17 the degrees will be conferred. At the last meeting of Electa Chapter piano solos were given by Miss Mildred Deane and soprano solos by Miss Velma Crowe. The Dramatic Club. Bethel No. .1, Job's Daughters, gave several skits. On Tuesday evening will be a Val entine party. The Auxiliary Board meets Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Ethel Keene, with Mrs. Mar garet Lainhart joint hostess. The Endowment Committee meets at the home of Mrs. Marion Linden and Mrs. Lillian Butler on February 16. The Past Matrons and Past Patrons of Bethlehem Chapter were enter tained by Mrs. Mae M. Smith at her home on Thursday evening. The officers of Bethlehem Chapter honored Mrs. Mary Teachum Friday at the Lotus for dinner, the occasion being her birthday anniversary. The matron. Miss Blanch Bowen, announces initiation Tuesday night, followed by an entertainment. Matron Rase L. Hidde announced the next meeting of Columbia Chap ter will be secertary and treasurer's night. The choir will meet tomorrow at the home of Past Matron M. Noreta Koch, 1421 Juniped street N.W. The Ways and Means Committee will meet February 3 at the home of Associate Patron Henry W. Syfrig, 5212 Eighth street N.W., Mr. and Mrs. Roscie M. Willhite assisting. The annual dance and card party will be held at the Wardman Park Hotel on February 9. The Educational Committee will neet on February 10. The Endow nent Committee elected the following ifficers: Mae E. Shade, chairman; Hary E. Spiker, vice president, and Nellie Gorden, secretary and treas lrer. The next meeting will be with ttary E. Spiker, 1216 Euclid street N.W., on February 9. The eight annual banquet of the 930 Association of Matrons and ’atrons was recently held at the tdmiral Club. The president, Past datron Elviria Magdeburger, presided. *ast Patron Thomas W. Davis, vice resident, acted as toastmaster. The program consisted of tenor solos >y Past Patron Irving M. Tullar, read ngs by Past Matron Myrtle L. Davis i feature, “The Mystery Woman,” by 5ast Matron Evelyn F. Stoner, and olos by Past Matron Gertrude Smith, rhe accompanists were Past Matrons Slvlria Magdeburger and Gertrude Smith. The next meeting will be held at he Lutheran Parish Hall, Fourteenth md Gallatin streets N.W., February .8, for election of officers. ___________ •* George Tate, patron of Hope Chap er, died January 29. In respect to his beloved memory, all activities of ;he chapter have been cancelled dur ng this month with the exception of -he annual dance and card party February 24 at the Wardman Park Hotel. During the week the grand matron ind grand patron will be guests of honor at Eastern Star activities as follows: Monday evening, St. Johns Lodge Chapter; Wednesday evening, Naomi Chapter reception for the grand natron; Friday evening, Unity Chap ter, and Saturday evening, annual banquet of Past Matrons and Past Patrons Association of Naomi Chapter. Mary E. Shepherd, matron of Fed eral Chapter, announces on February 10 will be a celebration of the twelfth birthday anniversary. The 1938 Ma trons and Patrons will be guests. On February 15, the Friendship 31ub will meet at Mrs. Cora Manoly’s home. On February 16, visit to the d road casting station and Trans-Lux rheater. Takoma Chapter celebrated its 10th anniversary. The grand malron, jrand patron, Louise Kreglow, past irand matron, and Dr. C. C. Gallaway ind Edward Riley, past grand patrons, were honor guests. A large delegation rom Frederick Chapter was present. Refreshments and dancing followed a ikit. “School Days." 1 On February 11 the degrees will be conferred and February 17 the chapter will serve a turkey dinner. The Home Board of Brightwood Chapter met at the home of Miss Margaret HelfT, asosciate matron, with Miss HelfT presiding. Mrs. Ruth OlifT was elected secretary, and Mrs. Ida Louder treasurer. The next meeting will be held April 20 at the home of Mrs. Anna Parkes, conductress. The members of the chapter will at tend the Naomi Chapter homecoming for the grand matron on February 9. The next meeting of the chapter will be February 10. A Valentine party will be a feature. The Ways and Means Committee will hold its annual dance at Pythian Temple on February 23. Cathedral Chapter meets Wednes day after which they will be guests at Naomi Chapter's birthday party and homecoming to the grand matron. Members with cars kindly assist in taking the officers and members to the temple. On P’ebruary 22 there will be an informal colonial tea at the home of the matron, Helen Mussel man. 1737 D street S.E., for the bene fit of the endowment fund. Invitation is extended to all members and friends. The matron of William F. Hunt Chapter announces at the meeting February 10 the chapter will honor Mrs. Teachum. Members will attend Naomi Chapter's home coming of the grand matron on February 9. The Past Matrons and Patrons’ As sociation of Good Will Chapter will hold a card party Tuesday at 60 M street N.E. at 1:30 p.m. The public is invited. Mrs. Edith I. Lusby will entertain the past matrons and patrons at her home the evening of February 16. Libbve G. Prawde. matron of Temple Chapter, announces the degrees will be conferred on four candidates Feb ruary 14. The annual dance and card party will be held at Wardman I’ark Hotel on March 2. Naomi Chapter will celebrate its 43d birthday anniversary and also the home-coming of the grand matron next Wednesday evening. Besides the worthy grand matron, the special guests will include the other Grand Chapter officers, the grand officers of Maryland and Virginia, the past grand officers, the matrons and patrons of 1938 and the members of Cathedral and Hope Chapters. The Auxiliary Home Board will meet and play cards at the home of Mrs. Annie Hughes, 1845 Kalorama road N.W., on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Julia Webb will be the assisting hostess. Warren G. Harding Chapter will meet on Tuesday. There will be a Valentine party and entertainment. Those having birthdays in January and February will be the special guests. The meeting scheduled for February 22 has been called off. At the meeting of the Star Point Society, Martha R. Carter was elected president and Elmerdeen B. McDer mott secretary-treasurer. An evening of games, sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee, will be held February 15 at the home of Elmerdeen McDermott, 1306 Park road N.W. La Fayette Lodge Chapter will con fer the degrees on Wednesday eve ning. There will be refreshments. The La Fayette Card Club will meet with the matron on February 15 at her home, 4832 Eighth street N.W., with Mrs. Florence M. Allen and Mrs. Pauline E. Bowen as assisting host esses. The matron of Miriam Chapter, Ma rie Linthicum, announces a dance will be held February 12, at Almas Tem ple. A meeting of the Home Board will be held February 10 at the home of Lillian Higdon, 1604 D street N.E. A Valentine dance and card party is being sponsored by the Ways and Means Committee of Chevy Chase Chapter Saturday night. February 12, from 9 to 12. The Friday Night Card Club will meet February 11 at the home of Mrs. Ruth Tate. The Ways and Means Committee of Washington Centennial Chapter will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Posey V. Hall, 6215 Twelfth street N.W., on Thursday. The Jolly Juniors Committee will meet at the home of Miss Lucille T. Moore, 512 Baltimore boulevard, Riv erdale, Md., on Tuesday. Harmony Chapter met January 27. Dorothy Dowling was installed as Martha by Past Matron Ada Toombs as installing officer and assisted by Past Matrons Anne Potter as mar shal and Ethel Pidgeon as chaplain. Members are invited to attend the reception given by Naomi Chapter for the grand matron February 9. The Ways and Means Committee will hold a dance March 5 at the Broad moor. Past Matrons and Patrons of Areme Chapter held a banquet January 29 at the Continental Hotel. The following officers were elected: Anna Smitskamp, president; William Nalley, vice presi dent; Irene Schmidt, secretary; Dr. Grant Bamhardt, treasurer. Matron Clara Scott announces Con gress Lodge Chapter will meet tomor row evening. The Ways and Means Committee is planning a dance for the chapter next month. Mizpah Chapter met February 1. Entertainment was furnished by Billie Gee of the Fire Department, accom panied by several girls. The Home Board will meet for lunch Y.W.C.A.TEAHOUR Mount Pleasant Chapter Will Be in Charge From 4 to 5 O’clock. Mount Pleasant Chapter will be hostess today for the Y. W. C. A. tea hour, 4 to 5. The music hour, 5 to 6, will be presented by members of the National Honorary Musical Society, Sigma Alpha Iota, and planned by Hazel Brown Piers. Chapter Council will meet tomorrow at 11 o'clock. The Membership Com mittee will meet especially at 4:45, after which tea will be served. The Executive Board of the Professional Writers’ Club will meet at 7 p.m. The Elizabe'th Somers Glee Club will meet at 7:30 to make plans for the annual concert. The Girl Reserves Glee Club will meet at 4 p.m. The Business and Professional Wom en's Music Club rehearsal at 7:15 on Tuesday, followed by a business and social. Amicitia Club will meet at 7:15. The Theta Mu Club will have a business and social meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday Club will be entertained at 4 o'clock. ' Mount Pleasant card party at the home of Mrs. George U. Rose. 1418 Van Buren street N.W. The Mabel Honor Society will meet from 6 to 10. Music Leadership Class, under the Music Committee of the Blue Triangle Club, will meet at 5 o'clock. Strong Residence girls will have a sing from 7 to 8. The Greek Mutual Aid Society will meet from 7 to 8 for tap on Thursday and at 8 with Mrs. Helen Radous. Gamma Beta Gamma will meet at 8 for the election of officers. Western Girl Reserves will have a "Little Red Schoolhouse" at 3:15 for the new stu dents: McKinley will have "Famous Lovers”; Roosevelt will have an apple pie party; Woodrow Wilson a preview Valentine party. The Blue Triangle Club will meet at 6 for supper, fol lowed by a public affairs discussion group at 7; gym class at 7; a sing at 8 and a Valentine party at 8:15. On Friday the Blue Triangle Club will have a Valentine dance from 9 to 12 p.m. The Music Committee will meet Saturday at 11, followed by luncheon. SHIFT OF MARINE OFFICERS NEARS Change Sheet Is Expected at Corps Headquarters About Middle of Month. Officials at Marine Corps headquar ters expect about the middle of the month that the big change sheet will be made public, whereby colonels, lieutenant colonels and majors will be given new assignments at the expira tion of their present tours of duty. Officials at Marine Corps headquar ters, under the direction of Maj. Gen. Thomas Holcomb, commandant, are making out the new details, prepara tory to being presented to Secretary of the Navy Swanson for his final ap | proval. The Junior Selection Board of the Marine Corps, under the prearttency of | Col. Alexander A. Vandegrift, public ! relations officer at headquarters, met Tuesday at the Navy Department. This board, which will choose cap tains for advancement to majors, and first lieutenants for promotion to cap tains, is expected to be in session for some time. Lt. Col. Oscar R. Cauldwell, who is on duty with the Fleet Marine Force at San Diego, Calif., arrived here last week to take his place on the Junior Selection Board. Brig. Gen. Randolph C. Berkeley, president of the Marine Corps Exam ining Board here, has now returned to duty following his recent illness in the hospital. Marine Corps headquarters has been advised that Col. Thomas S. Clarke, former commanding officer of the Ma rine Barracks here, who has been ill of pneumonia in Shanghai. China, is now considered out of danger. A few days ago Maj. William P. Richards was detached from the Ma rine Barracks. National Station, Guam, and will report for duty at the Depart ment of the Pacific, at San Francisco, Calif. Maj. Frank S. Gilman will be de tached about March 1 from the Ma rine detachment aboard the battleship U. S. S. Idaho and he will report for duty as inspector-instructor of the 15th Battalion of the Fleet Marine Corps Reserve at Galveston, Tex. Ma rine Corps headquarters has author ized him to delay in reporting until March 29. Capt. Harry V. Shurtleff will be detached on April 1 from the Marine Barracks at the Mare Island, Calif., Navy Yard. He will then be ordered to his home and will be retired as of June 1. Capt. John Waller, Marine Corps headquarters said yesterday, is in the same category. Capt. William K. Snyder has just been detached from the Marine Corps Base, Naval Operating Base, San Diego, Calif., and ordered to his home. He will be retired as of April 1. ■-• Pythian Sisters. Rathbone Temple met. with Most Excellent Chief Alice Jones presiding. A new degree staff is being organized. Plans are under way for a bingo and card party at the temple next Thurs day. A birthday party and reception was held in honor of the 88th birth day of Daniel Rothwell, grand prelate of the Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias of the domain of the District of Columbia. A program was ren dered and refreshments served. eon at The Highlands on February 12. On February 15 will be Club Night. A card party will be held at 1210 Wisconsin avenue N.W. Febru ary 19. The Mu Delta Sigma Club will meet at the home of Sister Ella Dowden on February 8. Mount Pleasant Chapter will hold a dance and card party February 26 at Wardman Park. Friendship Chapter will meet Tues day. On February 18 there will be a cabaret held at 4441 Wisconsin ave nue N.W. Music, dancing, cards and refreshments. A Valentine dance and card party will be given by Bethany Chapter Thursday at the Wardman Park Hotel. Cards at 8:30 and dancing from 10 to 1 o'clock. The matron, Mrs. Blanche D. Peiser, and Patron R. Le Roy Morris will head the receiving line, assisted by the past matrona and patron! of the chapter; I SUNDAY CROSS-WORD PUZZLE | Across. 1. Circular band. 5. Kind of resin. 10. Ensnares. 15. Box. 19. Prickly pear. 20. Mexican Indian. 21. Medieval collar. 22. Anticipates. 25. Obliterate. 25. City in Ohio. 26. Propitiate. 27. Papal scarf. 28. Adhesive. 30. Good fellowship. 32. Expedient' Fr. 33. Shore-bird. 35. The maples. 36. Loose garment. 37. Spirit of evil: Hindu myth. 39. Cowardly fellow. 41. Son of Isaac. 43. Pertaining to command. 48. Spanish gypsy woman. 50. Cuts off. 54. Central American tree. 55. Mexican pine. 57. Strewed: her. 58. Latin text of the Bible revised by Jerome. 60. Wooden peg in the gun wale of a boat. 62 Pope's crown. 64. French grape jelly. 66. Kind of type. 67. Red dyestuff. 69. Mends. 71. City in Oregon. 73. Surrender. 74 Withdraw. 76. Sheepfolds. 78. Melted rock. 79. Poems 80. Masculine name. 82. Streamlets. 84. Pit for a king. 86. Licks up. 89. Greedy. 91. Coagulates. 93. Summary. 96. Norse navigator. 97. Positively not. 99. Sedate. 101. One of a Hamitic race of Africa. 103. Austere. 105. Biblical kingdom. 107. Employed. 109. Inflexible. 110. Oatmeal cake. 111. Stringed instrument. 113. Revive. 115. Dravidian of Hindustan. 116. Flower extract. 118. Used for curdling milk. 120. Metric measure. 122. Fabricated. 124. Seaport of ancient Phe nlcia. 126. Spanish hall. 127. Pith of a matter. 131. Entreats. 133. Fastened with a band of cloth. 135. An expectant deliverer. 140. Corroborative. 143. Many-colored appear ance. 145. California roekfish. 146. Winged. 147. Catlike animal of Africa. 148. Speak. 149. Tapiocalike food. 150. Hubs. 151. Mexican porridge. 152. Pronged. 153. Meadows. 154. Lock of hair. 155. Hereafter. 156. Handle of a scythe: dial. Eng. Down. 1. Multitude. 2. King-fishes. 3. Fertile desert spots. 4. Fullness. 5. Compress. 6. Pertaining to the ear. 7. Staves. 8. Catkins. 9. Canting, as of a boat. 10. Treatises. 11. Polynesian chestnut. 12. Ringed boa. 13. Universal remedy. 14. Cubic meters. 15. Furnished with shoes. 16. Orifices. 17. Armadillo. 18. Memento. 19. Approach. 23. Endeavor. 29. Muse of poetry. 31. Macaws. 34. Hawaiian wreaths. 38. Shun. 40. The yam bean. 42. One. 43. Apportion. 44. Loathe. 45. Slip-knot. 46. Concealed. 47. The blaubok. 49. Asiatic kingdom. 51. Flexible sandstone. 52. Blanched. 53. Pass smoothly. 56. Blunder. 59. Particles. 61. Wife of Geraint. 63. Prank. 65. Wing-shaped. 66. Effigies. 68. Form of Athena. 70. Vends. 72. Perpetually. 75. Roof edge. 77. Indolence. 81. Rend asunder. 83. Step. 85. Hebrew stringed instru ment. 86. Minus. 87. Betel palm. 88 Hinge. 90. Seek laborously. 92. Fathered. 94. A small grotesque figure. 95. Cut off. as a vowel. 98. Showers. 100. English sand hills. 102. Native state in British India. 104. Paper measure. 106. Female pupil in charge. 108. Verse of ten feet. 112. Mother of Castor and Pollux. 114. Sly artifices. 117. Harvest in India. 118. Methodical. 119. Local. 121. Things that bring good luck. 123. Pour off gently. 125. Genus of marine gas tropods. 127. Pikelike fishes. 128. Very desirable. 129. Pleasant aspect. 130. Genus of clothes moths. 132. Drudge. 134. Turf used for cottage roofs. 136. Yellow finch. 137. Silly. 138. Behaved. 139. Attention. 141. Dozes. 142. The sweetsop. 144. Cancel. Knights of St. John Auxiliary. St. Gabriel's Auxiliary met January 25. The Rev, Maurice Alexander, chaplain from Solomons Island, at tended. Deputy. Mrs. Wilfred P. Ross, instructed the members regarding the new rituals. President, Mrs. A. L. de Montfredy, presided. The Santa Marla Hospital Guild met at the home of Dr. A. M. Sanders, when the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Mary Burke; past president, Mrs. Margaret Bailey; first vice president, Mrs. Omi X. Bing man; second vice president, Mrs. Anna Goebel; recording secretary, Mrs. Lillie Quade Ritter; financial secretary, Mrs. Eugene Hugin; treas urer, Miss Irma Hugin; messenger, Mrs. M. Beachamp; sentinel, Mrs. Blanche Myers; guard, Miss Louise Eckstein; trustees. Dr. A. M. Sanders, Mrs. Mary McLamey and Mrs. Elea nor Quade. Officers were installed by Supreme Trustee Mrs. Omi X. Bing man. A party was held in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the guild. An anniversary mass wrill be offered for the deceased past president and organizer of the guild, Mrs. Mary C. Ratcliffe. Rebekah Lodge. Martha Washington Lodge, No. 3, was visited recently by the deputy grand sire of the Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows. Bertram Gaskill of Atlantic City. Wilfred E. Lawson, grand representative of the District of Columbia, introduced him. He was accompanied by Arlington Custer, dep uty grand master, and Capt. John Kelly of Canton Washington, No. 1. Other guests were Mrs. Oliver Wood worth. vice president of the Rebekah Assembly; Mrs. Annette Harrell, treas urer of assembly; Mrs. Rosina Lowe from Colorado and Mrs. Louise Michel, past deputy president of Florida. Officers of Martha Washington Lodge were installed as follows: Mrs. Alice Suthard, noble grand; Mrs. An gela Heaton, vice grand; Miss Minnie A. Butts, recording secretary; Mrs. Rena Norton, financial secretary; Mrs. Agnes Arnett, treasurer; Mrs. Ellen Dorsey, W'arden; Mrs. Mary Custer, conductor; Mrs. Hazel Bishop, inside guard; Mr. Kelly, outside guard; Mrs. Jeannette Taylor, chaplain; Mrs. Mar garet Tyng, musician; and four sup porters, Mrs. Downie Kelly, Mrs. Me rielle Cordelle, Mrs. Orra Pfrimmer and Mrs. Bertie Purdy. B. P. 6. Elks. The 56th anniversary of Washing ton Lodge and the 70th anniversary of the order will be celebrated on Wednesday. A class of more than 30 candidates will be initiated and a spe cial program of entertainment will be provided. The initiation will be the last to be conducted by the present officers of the lodge. The one in March will be conducted by past exalted rulers, and this will be the last prior to installa tion of officers in April. Nominations for officers will be made at the sessions of March 2 and 9, and elections will be held March 16. The Entertainment Committee is arranging an oyster roast for Feb ruary 18, Answer to Yesterday’s Puzzle. Women of the Moose. Columbia Chapter will celebrate its 18th anniversary on February 11, at 1414 I street N.W, There will be a buffet supper. The Executive Committee will meet Thursday at 8 p.m., at the home of Senior Regent Mrs. Frances Bald win. 601 A street N.E. The Membership and Alumni Com mittees will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Moose Hall, when plans for a class of new members to be initiated upon the occasion of the annual visitation of the grand regent and grand recorder of the Women of the Moose, February 25. will be completed. A dancing class for the children was organized yesterday with Miss Irma Baker as instructress. Mrs. Pauline Miller, Child Care and Training Committee chairman, will conduct the Saturday afternoon story hour at the Central Union Mission Emergency Home for Children at 3 p.m., February 12. The Homemaking Committee will meet tomorrow evening at the home of Chairman Mrs. Mae Sine, 506 Eighth street N.W. Columbia Lodge will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at 1414 I street N.W. The Nominating Committee will be ap pointed. George E. Eddleman, chair man of the Membership Committee, announced five applications for the Mooseheart 25th anniversary class to be held in March. Membership prizes for last class will be presented at the dance on February 22 at the Hay Loft Inn, Forestville. Md. A meeting of the House Committee will be held next Friday at 8 p.m. at 1414 I street N.W. National Union. Royal F. Schreiber presided at the meeting of United Council. Silent tribute was paid to Maxmillan J. Marnelli. W. S. Ayers, jr„ who has resided in Miami, Fla., for the last five years, spoke. Joseph Lee John son was admitted to membership. Scott Council was presided over by Dr. Joel T. Curry. Senator John A. Marshall and the trustees, William Lohmar, Philip D. Gingras and Harry W. Selah, spoke. President Harry Selinger presided over Congressional Council. Silent tribute was paid to James Fogerty. Clarence Mitchell, delegate to the Hospital Service Association, spoke. Meetings this week are: Friday, Scott Council, Woodmen of the World Hall, and National Capital, 409 Eighth street S. E. Catholic Daughters of America. The third public lecture in the series of lectures presented by the Convert league of Court District of Columbia, will be held at the Willard Hotel on Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. The Rev. James M. Gillis. editor of the Catholic World, will speak on ‘ Peace! Peace! But How?" The musical program will be given by the male choir of St. Matthew's Church, under the direction of Prof. Boyce. Miss Florence Winter, national chairman of the Convert League of the Catholic Daughters of America, will preside. The guests will be welcomed by Miss Augusta E. Uhl. grand regent of Court District of Columbia, and short addresses will be given by the Rev. John N. Cartwright and the Rev. A. J. Burggrafl. Miss Margaret Mooney was elected a trustee to serve until May, 1930, last Tuesday evening. At the social meeting February 15. Father Paul of the Franciscan Monas tery will give a talk on the Holy Land. --• Job's Daughters. Bethel No. 1 celebrated its 15th birthday anniversary. Mother Warden, supreme guardian, was a guest in cele brating the bethel's and Mother Teachum's birthday anniversaries. The Hiking Club will meet February 8 at 1131 E street N.E.. with Grace Duvall and Dorothy Bush as hostesses. The drill team will meet at the tem ple tomorrow at 7:30. The choir on February 10 will pre sent two plays at Trinity Chapter, O. E. S. The next meeting, February 11, will be Mother's Night. All choir members are requested to escort their mothers to 1120 East Capitol street that night. Bethel, No. 4, met January 28 and initiated five candidates. It was de cided to change the meeting night to the first and third Fridays. This will take effect commencing with the March meetings. At the meeting February 11a social is planned. Dr. R. L. Sexton, the honored queen's father, will show a series of colored motion pictures. At the last meeting of Bethel No. 2, Elvira Little was installed as one of the five messengers. On February 11 is the next meeting. A dance will be held in honor of the De Molays. All of the other bethels are invited. Bethel No. 3 will meet February 10 for initiation. On February 11 every one is invited to meet in front of the hall at 7 o’clock, and go to the skat ing rink. The council met at the home of Mrs. Hughes last Monday night. The Mothers’ Club will meet tomorrow at the home of Mra. Fenti man. Jr. 0. U. A. M. News. Anacostia Council met, followed by supper. A dance will be held at 2407 Minnesota avenue Friday evening. The proceeds will be given to the Warm Springs Foundation. Tomorrow night the council will adjourn early and attend the visitation of the Bennlng Council. D. A. V. REUNION j BEING PLANNED Event Will Be Held July 3, 4 and 5, the Location to Be Determined. National Capital Chapter, Disabled American War Veterans is planning & reunion of veterans to be held July 3, 4 and 5. Comdr. Earl D. Harrell announced last week the plans Include a barbecue, swimming, boat rides, ' dancing, field games, beauty contest and drum corps competition. The exact location has not been deter mined. All veterans and their famille* ' will be invited. ' This chapter has elected to the ‘ Department Executive Committee: s Lou McCray, Max G. D. Prentice end Zac F. Lyon. A bingo party will be held Thursday night at Hoose Hall. The Department Membership Com mittee will meet tomorrow night at the McGill Building. Federal Chapter will meet tomorrow at 8 pm. at the Soldiers, Sailors and Marines' Club, with Joseph F. Foran, commander, presiding. A testimonial will be given in honor of Burr Len- " hart, past commander, who is leaving Washington to accept a position in San Francisco. i The Last Man Club elected officers as follows: Earl D. Harrell, president; ' j William R. Beall, first vice president; ’ | Robert Slater, second vice president; William B. Covert, secretary; Thomas H. Harvey, chaplain; Lou McCray, sergeant at arms, and James W. Short land, member board of governors. __ The Women's Auxiliary will meet * at the Soldiers, Sailors and Marines’ Club next Wednesday night. Mrs. Dolly Secord, national com mander, will be the guest of honor Friday night at the auxiliary dinner at 2100 Massachusetts avenue N.W. ' She plans visits on February 12 to " Walter Reed and Mount Alto Hos pitals. She will visit the White House and will have a conference with Gen. Frank T. Hines at the Veterans’ Administration. Next Sunday a tea will be given for Mrs. Secord at the home of Mrs. Marie * Anderson. 1322 Somerset place N.W. All members of the D. A. V. and auxiliary are invited. Mrs. Mary Holt, commander, will receive the guests, with Mrs. John J. Crim and Mrs. Dorothy Covert at the table. Mrs. Secord will visit the Capitol on Febru ary 14. calling on Representative Edith Nourse Rogers of the Veterans’ Affairs Committee. -- .. ■ P. E. 0. Sisterhood. Chapter G met at the home of Mrs. Grant S Barnhart. 1434 Rhode Island * avenue N.W.. with Mrs. C. C. Coombs " as assistant hostess. Mrs. Richard E. Cloughton, president, presided. In spection was made by the state or ganizer, Miss Elizabeth Reynolds. Chapter N was entertained Wednes day by Mrs Glada French at a lunch eon at the Brook Farm Tea House. A business meeting followed, with • the president. Mrs. Clifford Betts, pre- - siding. Mrs. H. T. Radcliffe conducted a study of the Constitution Mrs. H. Bonesteel of Washington State was a guest. Chapter J met at the home of Mrs. Arthur H. Von Thaden. 6302 Maple avenue. Chevy Chase, Md.. Miss S. Elizabeth Reynolds inspected the chapter. Mrs. Edgar Stansfleld and Mrs. Desmona Williamson were Ini tiated. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Samuel H. Sabm, 4140 Lorcom lane. Arlington, Va, at 8 p m. Tuesday. Miss Jane Anderson will have charge of the program, ‘ Personnel of the Supreme Court." Chapter D met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. A. M. Lukei, with Mrs. Irene Edwards assisting. Mrs. K. L. Sherman and Mrs. Roy L. Cobb gave a description of the Goiden Gate ’ Bridge. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. C. V. Bumside. 1423 Geranium street N.W. There will be inspection by the district presi dent, Dr. Ella R. Fales. Jewish Community Center Dr. Sigmund Spaeth, tune detective of the radio, is speaker on the Na tional Forum tonight at 8:30 at the center, with the subject "The Art of Enjoying Music.” Dr. Spaeth, from ' Princeton, music critic on leading pa pers. has written magazine and news- • paper articles and books; written and acted In movie shorts; is lecturer and expert witness in music plagiarism suits. This event is arranged by the Education Committee, of which Simon Hirsiiman is chairman. The public Is invited. The center auditorium will be the scene of the debate of the local Y. M. C. A. against the Western Reserve University of Cleveland today at 3 p.m. on the subject, "Resolved. That the National Labor Relations Board bo empowered to enforce the com pulsory arbitration of all labor dis putes.” The public Is Invited. Wednesday night institutes, planned in co-operation with the Open Court • Club, are announced as follows: Feb- - ruary 9. Rabbi Isadore Breslau, presl- . dent of the Zionist Organization of Washington, speaks on "Religion and Science”; February 16, Dr. Walter C. Hess, profeasor of biochemistry in Georgetown University, subject to be announced: February 23, David 8, : Polier, subject to be announced. The ■ institutes are open to the public. At the annual meeting Benjamin Ourisman was for the third time elected president of the board of trustees: I. S. Turover. first vice presi dent: Burnett Siman, second vice president; Mrs. A. L. Dembitz, 'third vice president; Fed S. Gochner, treasurer; Isidore Freund, assistant treasurer; Abe ShefTerman, recording secretary, and Moe Oflenberg, corre sponding secretary. -e - » Woodmen Circle. A joint committee from Willow Cir cle and Oak met January 26 at the home of Mrs. Thayer, the New Berne Apartments, for the purpose of con- ' solidating. A bingo party was gitea recently for the benefit of the latti Club. NOTICE. 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