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High School Students Are
to Come Here as Guests
of D. A. R.
1
Forty-eight prize-winning high
Behool girl citizens, including Lila
Marion Elliott, 18, of Mosca, Colo.,
Who saw her first large city and street
car last month, will arrive here to
morrow to be the guests of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution,
whose 47th annual Continental Con
gress opens at Constitution Hall Mon
day. The girls, one from each State,
comprise this year's Good Citizenship
# Pilgrims.
In Washington the girls will be
Joined by Miss Helen Marie Bell,
Western High School student, who
was chosen to represent the District.
She lives at 4853 Rockwood parkway
N W. Her father is a Methodist Epis
copal missionary in India, and she
hopes to secure a scholarship so she
may go to college..
The pilgrims will remain here until
Tuesday, Mrs. Raymond G. Kimbell
ot Niles Center, 111,, chairman of the
Good Citizenship Committee, said.
They will make their headquarters
at the Lee House, Fifteenth and L
afreets N.W. Representative Edith
Nourse Rogers, Republican, of Mas
sachusetts, will be their hostess when
they visit the Capitol, and Justice
Roberts will be their host at the Su
preme Court Building. Mrs. Roosevelt
will receive the girls at the White
House.
The D. A. R. national society pays
the expenses of the girls on the tour.
Lila Elliott's first visit to a city of any
size came in March, when she went
with her basket ball team to Colorado
Springs. The Maryland winner is
Ruth MaeVean of Chestertown, and
the Virginia winner is Huntly John
eon of Waverly.
Two unusual entertainment features
for the week-long congress were an
nounced today by Mrs. Geoffrey
Creyke, chairman of the Program
Committee. The "Singing Red Men"
of Bacone College, Bacone, Okla . will
appear in a program of American In
dian music, and the famous Choral
Next D. A. R. President Here
Mrs. Henry M. Robert, jr., of Annapolis, Md. Heft), the.
unopposed candidate to succeed Mrs. William A. Becker (right)
as president of the National Society of the Daughters of the
American Revolution. They are making final preparations for
the 47th annual Continental congress of the society which opens
Monday. Mrs. Robert will take office a week from Saturday.
i __ —A. P. Photo.
Club of the Anderson find.) High
School, with its 70 voices, will render
i several numbers.
The Bacone College Indians, known
widely throughout the Southwest, have
peculiar harmonic arrangements in
their singing and unusual tone quali
ties, which singers of the white race
.. " —
lack. The group includes Chief Saul,
a Choctaw; Dennis Groundhog, a
Cherokee; Elmer Feather, a Sioux;
Woodrow' Wilson, a Choctaw, and
Thomas Chubbie, a Choctaw baritone.
Mrs. Creyke is completing her third
year as chairman of the Program Com
mittee.
ONOR BRAN V
FINER
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RIDING VESTS and JACK
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ZIPPER POCKET GOLF
BAGS. Sunday Style—
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"UNION HARDWARE"
ROLLER SKATES. 1938
Ball Bearing Model for
children and grownups.
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LEATHER BASEBALL
GLOVES — fielders and
catchers styles for boys.
j OFFICIAL TABLE TEN
i NIS BALLS strongly made
and lively. DOZEN
LEATHER RIDING CROPS
very smart with your riding I
outfit. Black or Brown. I
L a d i e s' BROADCLOTH
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$1.95—all have long
sleeves—in moize, white
and tan.
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MEN'S SANFORIZED
WORK PANTS
All sizes, full cut,
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Better Quality
WORK SHIRTS
Coverts and A , (4
Cham bray; all § for $ I
sizes; full cut-- M 1
MEN'S WHIPCORD
WORK BREECHES
Gray, Brown and Green,
Lace or Button Styles, for
Hiking or Work; all sizes.
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New Video type dial and genuine Push-o
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wave reception,
beam power audio
system. Electronic
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Plus Carrying Charge
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