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TO BEGIN APRIL 8
Messersmith Housb Added
to List for Benefit of St.
John’s Church.
A new addition to the list of
Georgetown houses to be open on
Friday and Saturday. April 8 and 9,
in the annual spring ever.c sponsored
by St. John's Church. Georgetown, is
the home of the Assistant Secretary
of State and Mrs. George S. Messer
smith.
Standing at the southeast corner
of Twenty-ninth and Q streets, the
original structure, built about 1850,
was part of the Robert Dodge prop
erty, whose garden it adjoins. The
original house was duplicated years
ago. With a wide central hall con
necting the old and the new. it now
presents a spacious and typical Geor
gian interior.
Also on the list is the beautiful
residence of Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. W.
D. Thomas at Thirty-fifth street and
Prospect avenue, with its excellent
view up and down the Potomac. This
house, recently restored, was built by
John Terrjpleman shortly after the
Revolution. President John Adams
visited there in May, 1800, when he
came to Georgetown from Philadel
phia to view, for the first time, the
site of the Federal City.
Known originally as Pretty Pros
pect. from which Prospect avenue got
its name, the house for generations
has been known as the Morris house.
It was the home of Lt. Comdr. George
Upham Morris, son of Commodore
Charles Morris of Revolutionary fame.
Old Georgetown houses are open
every spring for the benefit of St.
John's Church. Tickets at $1 for
each day will be on sale at the A. A.
A. and leading hotels on April 1.
DODD SPEAKS TONIGHT
Ex-Envoy to Be Heard in Open
Parish of Church.
William E. Dodd, former Ambassa
dor to Germany, will discuss the effect
of Nazl-ism on German Christianity
at R o'clock tonight at the National
Open Parish in the Covenant-First
Church.
Mr. Dodd will be introduced by Dr.
William S. Culbertson, former Am
bassador to Chile and Minister to
Rumania. Reginald Pole, English
actor, who played the role of Christ
in the first pilgrimage play at Los
Angeles, will give a dramatic sketch.
The National Open Parish is a non
sectarian forum established to stress
the need for close relationship between
the church and the state.
Hardwick Joins Saltz.
Selby Hardwick, formerly buyer and
manager of the men's department of
Garflnckel's store, tomorrow will join
the rm of Lewis & Thomas Saltz,
mens’ store, at 1409 G street N,W. Mr.
Hardwick will assist Thomas Saltz in
styling and merchandising
Filling a Treasure Bag
George Burrus, advertising manager of Peoples Drug Stores,
and Louis Krakow, who holds a similar position with the District
Grocery Stores, are shown filling one of the treasure bags for
the Advertising Club of Washington’s annual jamboree to be
held April 26 at the Shoreham Hotel.
■-—. ........
BAR CONFERENCE
Challenge of Citizenship Will
Be Subject of
Address.
Responsibilities of American citizen
ship will be discussed by Chairman
Hatton W. Sumners of the House
Judiciary Committee and other speak
ers at the Junior Bar Conference of
the American Bar Association next
Saturday at the Mayflower Hotel.
Chairman Sumners will speak on !
"American Citizenship and Its Su- |
preme Challenge" at a luncheon of
the conference, which will be at
tended by members from Virginia, j
West Virginia, Maryland, North and j
South Carolina and the District of
Columbia. He will be introduced by
George M. Morris, chairman of the
House of Delegates of the associ
ation. Weston Vernon, jr., will pre
side.
The conference will open at 11 a m.
with addresses by Bolitha J. Laws,
president of the District Bar Associ
ation, and Mr. Vernon, who is chair
man of the Junior Bar Conference
j Ralph R. Quillian. chairman of the
' American Citizenship Committee of
| the association, will lead a citizenship
I discussion.
I Other speakers during the day will
include Milford Springer of this city,
national director of the conference's
public information program; George
Monk, also of this city, and John S.
Davenport, 3d. of Richmond, Va.
Charles E. Pledger, jr., of the Dis
trict, w ill preside at the morning ses
sion. and Lewis P. Powell, jr., member
from the fourth circuit, will lead the
afternoon meeting.
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ORDERED TO SEA
Student Naval Officer to Begin
Tour of Duty in May.
Lt. Bernhart A. Fuetsch. student
naval officer on duty in the Navy press
room at the Navy Department, is
going to sea in May. official orders
issued yesterday disclose.
Lt. Fuetsch's next duty will be
aboard the destroyer U. S. S. Goff,
which is now on the West Coast. The
lieutenant, who is from Nevada, has
been undergoing instruction for sev
eral months in various parts of the
Navy Department.
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Glee Club to Give Concert
April 4—Three District
Youths to Sing.
A varied repertoire of popular, col
lege and semi-classical music will be
presented by the Princeto^ University
Glee Club in the second concert of
its annual Southern tour at 8:45 p.m.
Monday, April 4, at the Shoreham
Hotel.
Approximately 30 Princeton under
graduates, three of them fr'om Wash
ington, are scheduled to make the
trip. The Washingtonians are Prank
MacMurray, son of John Van A. Mac
Murray, United States Ambassador to
Turkey; David Whitlock and Harrison
Brand, 3d.
Henry Morgenthau, 3d, son of the
Secretary of the Treasury, who is also
a member of the club, will be unable
to make the trip.
The program includes a group of
five light classical songs by Mac*
Dowell, three choruses from "Pina
fore," by Gilbert and Sullivan; "Tar
antella,” by Rahdall Thompson;
"Simon legree,” by Douglas Moore,
and a group of Princeton songs. In
addition the Princetonlans will pre
sent "David Jan,” by Joseph Wagner.
Combined with the concert will be
a dance, sponsored by Princeton
alumni in Washington.
Places to be visited by the club
during Its tour are Bryn Mawr, Pa.;
Virginia Beach, Hot Springs, Va.;
White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., and
Charleston, W. Va.
Arrangements for the club's stay
in Washington, Including those fqr
the concert and dance, are being
made by the .Princeton Clyb of Wash
ington, Samuel Biddle, secretary, said
today.
Judge Allen Honored.
Judge Florence E. Allen of the
United States Court of Appeals at
Cincinnati was honor guest at a
luncheon given by Kappa Beta PI, in
ternational legal sorority, of which
she is a member, at the Washington
Hotel yesterday. Miss Elizabeth Reed,
grand dean of the sorority, presided.
Mrs. Elizabeth Cox, province dean,
was in charge of arrangements.
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Man Accused of Scuffle With
Policeman at Restaurant.
Arrested after an alleged scuffle with
a pollaeman who was off duty and
without a uniform, Pat Boyles, 30. of
922 Twenty-second street N.W., was
tried on charges of assault, disorderly
conduct and intoxication in Police
Court yesterday. The case was con
tinued until Monday.
Officer Donald Plant of No. 4 pre
ctnct testified that Boyles struck him
In the Jaw and kicked him In the
stomach during a scuffle outside a
restaurant in the 700 block of Eleventh
street N.W. i
Judge Edward M. Curran set Boyles'
bond at S300 on the assault charge,
*100 on the disorderly charge and *100
on the intoxication count. The de
fendant pleaded guilty to the intoxi
cation charge and not guilty to the
other two.
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