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WANG TO ADDRESS
Anchor Club to Celebrate Its
18th Anniversary at
Dinner Tuesday.
The Anchor Masonic Club will cele
brate its 18th anniversary Tues
day with a dinner at the National
Press Club, with Chengting T. Wang,
Chinese Ambassador to the United
States, as the principal speaker. He
has been very active in Masonic
affairs in China and early this year
was made a knight commander of
the Court of Honor of the Supreme
Council of the Scottish Rite Southern
Jurisdiction.
The Anchor Club consists of Ma
sonic employes of the Department of
Commerce and the Maritime Com
mission. President Harold B. Gard
ner announced many prominent Ma
sons in Government and civil life
will be present.
St. John's Lodge will hold a District
Attorney Night on Friday, in honor of
David A. Pine, the United States Dis- i
trict attorney for the District of Co- i
lumbia, who is a past master of that
lodge Many high Masonic officials
and Masonic attorneys in the District
will be present.
Beniamin B French Lodge will have
a musical program tomorrow evening.
The orchestra of Eastern High School,
under the direction of Paul D. Gable, !
senior deacon of the lodge, assisted by
other musicians from the school, will
entertain. There will be soprano and
baritone solos, trumpet duet and ac
cordion and cello solos.
The religious service at the Masonic
and Eastern Star Home at 3 o'clock
today will be under the direction of
Semper Paratus Lodge.
Master Paul L. McConahey of Ana
costia Lodge, announced that at the
close of a short business meeting to- '
morrow evening the Masonic play, "A '
Rose on the Altar," written by Junior
Grand Deacon Carl H. Claudy, with !
members of the Fellowcraft Club of
La Fayette Lodge In the cast, will be
presented.
Pentalpha Lodge will honor its past
masters tomorrow evening.
Albert Pike Lodge has designated
tomorrow evening as Scottish Rite
Night, the M. M degree will be con
ferred by a cast of distinguished
Scottish Rite Masons, with Illustrious
Deputy Charles C Coombs and Past
Grand Master of the Grand Lodge,
presiding, assisted by Fred M. Bock,
Marx E. Kahn, Christian Hansen, J.
Walter Humphrey, Donald W. Graffius,
Harry W. Beach. Archie D. Engel,
Leon Chatelain, Jr., and Frederick B
Blackburn.
Master Clayton V. Speakman of
Myron M. Parker Lodge announced
that the F. C. degree will be con
ferred Tuesday evening by Junior
Warden Perry S. Schroeder.
On Wednesday evening Osiris Lodge
will confer the M. M. degree.
Master William H. T. Belt of Naval
lodge announced that the E. A. de
gree will be conferred Thursday eve-1
ning. The degree will be preceded
by an address on “Some Oddities in
Masonry" by Past Master Harry L.
Strang, Jr., of Benjamin B. French
Lodge.
Master Albert Andrews of Hiram
lodge has designated Thursday eve
ning as expressmen's night. The
M. M. degree will be conferred. The
special guests will be the Masonic em
ployes of the Railway Express Agency.
Master William F. Albee of La
Fayette Lodge has set aside Thursday j
evening to honor the past masters of j
the lodge.
Following a short business meeting
on Thursday evening, Wm. R. Sin
gleton Lodge will have a social and
dance.
Master John L. Allen of Petworth
Lodge announced on Thursday eve
ning members of the De Molay will
exemplify one of their degrees.
Master Wendell P. Barrows of Trin
ity Lodge announced on Friday eve
ning the E. A. degree will be conferred.
None of the officers of the lodge will
participate.
The Takoma Fellowcraft Club will -
hold a business meeting Thursday eve
ning at the Takoma Masonic Hall.
Later the members will go to the home
of Past Master A1 Breen for a social.
Eureka Chapter. R. A. M., will honor
Its past high priests on Friday eve
ning. according to an announcement
by High Priest Roy D. Borden.
Illustrious Master George E. Umhau j
of Zabud Council, R. and S. M., an- i
nounced a special degree on Wednes
day evening, to be followed by a social
and refreshments.
Comdr. Edward C. Magdeburger of
Brightwood Commandery announced
that Tuesday's meeting will be in full
templar uniform in order to receive :
the grand oommander and his officers I
In their annual visitation. The newly- j
elected officers will be installed.
Evangelist Chapter. Knights Rose
Croix, Scottish Rite, will hold its
Easter service today at 3 o'clock at All
Souls’ Unitarian Church. All Scottish
Rite Masons who have attained the
eighteenth degree, whether members
of the bodies in Washington or of other
bodies, are invited. In addition to the
ritualistic program there will be an
address given by the Rev. Edgar Cor
dell Powers of Baltimore, Md.
The Postal Service Square Club of
the National League of Masonic Clubs
headed by President Clarence E.
Walker, will be guests of Master Al
van E. Helmiek of Pentalpha Lodge
In the Masonic Temple tomorrow.
There will be a program of entertain
ment.
Petworth Lodge will meet April 21.
De Molay boys will confer or exem
plify one of their degrees. On April
,24 the lodge will be in charge of the
religious services at Masonic and East
>em Star Home.
V Election of the officers of the Drill
Corps and Ladies' Auxiliary of Colum
bia Commandery will be held April 22
at the Masonic Temple.
Grand Tall Cedar Capt. G. M. Lit
tle of Capitol Forest, Tall Cedars of
Lebanon, announces the members
will sponsor the Johnny Jones car
►" nival which will start April 20 and
continue for 10 days. Senior Deputy
Grand Tall Cedar Frank Colt is chair
! man. The united bodies at the forest
will give a dance and dinner at the
Order of the Eastern Star
Miss Leona Whitt, matron of Loyalty
Chapter, announces at the meeting on
April 20 a program of Eastern music
will be given by Mrs. Bertha Morgan,
contralto soloist at Calvary M. E.
Church; Hugh Buckingham, tenor so
loist at Chevy Chase Presbyterian
Church, and Everett Leonard, assist
ant organist at Calvary Baptist
Church. Members having birthdays
in April will also have special recogni
tion.
Arome Chapter will meet April 20.
The entertainment will be furnished
by the Girls’ Choir of the Albright
Evangelical Church, under the direc
tion of Martha Boyd MacConnell, ac
companied by Rhea McIntyre.
A card party will be held at the
home of the patron and Mrs. Jester,
5709 Ninth street N.W. April 21, for
the benefit of the Education Com
mittee.
Matron Rose L. Hidde announces
the Officers’ Club of Columbia Chap
ter will meet at the home of Mrs.
Eleanor Bartram, 1631 Euclid street
N.W., tomorrow at 8 p.m„ Miss Cath
erine Edison assisting.
The Star Point Sociefy will meet
April 20 at 8 p.m. with Mrs. M.
Noreta Koch. 1421 Juniper street;
N.W, Mrs. Adeline Woods and Mrs.
Helen Heizer assisting.
The Temple Committee will meet
at the home of Past Matron Mary
Eppelsheimer, 3227 Hiatt place N.W.,
April 22. with Mrs. Antionette Pischer
assisting.
The Ways and Means Committee
will give a dance and card party at
Joppa Lodge Hall, 4209 Ninth street
N.W., on May 21.
The chapter was entertained with :
an Easter program by the choir under
the direction of Mrs. Ethel J. Hess
at the last meeting. The choir mem
bers were guests of Naomi Chapter on
April 13 and provided the music for
the obligation ceremony. Mrs. Nellie 1
Gordon, Mrs. Margaret Demaree and
Mrs. Pauline Luxford were soloists. 1
I
Miss Margaret Hibble. matron of i
Joppa Lodge Chapter, announces a !
business meeting Wednesday, fol
lowed by a children's party at 9:15.
The Ways and Means Committee j
is sponsoring a play •'Pixin' Aunt ]
Fanny." at the Petworth Baptist
Church April 19 at 8 p.m.
The Auxiliary Home Board will
have a luncheon and meeting at the
Highlands on April 26 at 1 p.m. The j
hostesses will be Mrs. Minnie Kirks. j
Mrs. Amy Hamilton and Mrs. Sarah j
Gearhart.
Esther Chapter will have initiation
next Thursday night.
The Home Board will meet April 22
at 11 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Clara
J. Reid. 1637 Harvard terrace N.W.
Mrs. Jean S. Jones, matron, and
Mrs. Anne Humphreys, superintend
ent of the infirmary, served tea Sat
urday afternoon to the members of
the chapter and their friends who
called at the home to inspect the re
decoration of the convalescent's room,
which work was done by this chapter.
Mrs. Clara J. Reid presided at the
tea table.
At tne last, meeting the chapter
entertained the associate matrons and
associate patrons of the District,
Mrs. Ruth S. Cromelin, associate
grand matron, and Richard Titlow,
associate grand patron, were the
guests of honor. The grand matron
and the grand patron and Past Grand
Matrons Julia N. Streater and Kath
erine S Meritt and Past Grand Pa
trons Wallace Streater and Paul
Cromelin were also present. The pro
gram consisted of solos by Mrs. Mar
jorie King Stringfellow. accompanied
by Victor Neale, and a skit by the
Dramatic Club of Job’s Daughters,
Bethel No. 1.
Acacia Chapter will honor its past
matrons and past patrons Tuesday
evening. Entertainment and refresh
ments.
The Ways and Means Committee
will have a card party at the home of
Past Matron Freda Tuttle, 1331 Em
erson street N.W., April 30 at 8 p.m.
At the last meeting of Bethlehem
Chapter a program pertaining to
Easter was presented, with the mes
sage by Mrs. Myrtle Davis and a
solo by Mrs. Marie C. Deal.
The Endowment Committee will
meet Tuesday for dessert bridge at
the home of Mrs. Lena Stephenson,
208 Maryland avenue N.E., at 12:30
p.m.
The chapter invites its members
and friends to join them for a trip to
Orkney Springs for the week end of
June 17. Make your reservations by
calling Mrs. Mildred Gorman, Lin
coln 6115.
Jorrns ix>age chapter will have
a special E&ster program on April 18.
The Auxiliary Home Board of Wil
liam F. Hunt Chapter will meet to
morrow at the home of Past Matron
Mabel E. Britt, 6209 Thirtieth street
N.W.
Under the auspices of the Officers'
Club a health lecture will be given
by Prof. Mirth at the home of Past ;
Matron Marguerite Behrend, 3418
Thirty-fourth street N.W., April 21 at
8 p.m.
At the last meeting of Helen B.
Strait Chapter, U. D., the grand ma
tron and grand patron were guests.
The chapter will hold a bingo party
April 20 at the home of Georgia Ma
comber, 7327 Fourteenth street N.W.
The next meeting of the chapter
will be April 19 at Joppa Lodge Hall.
Clara Scott, matron of Congress
Lodge Chapter, announces a meeting
tomorrow evening. The Home Board
will meet April 21 at the University
Capitol Golf and Country Club on
April 23, 10 to 1:30.
The Ladies’ Auxiliary to De Molay
Commandery, K. T., will meet April
23 at the Masonic Temple.
High Priest Earle L. Keefer an
nounces La Fayette Chapter, R. A. M.,
will give an entertainment for the
ladies on April 19 at 8:30 p.m., under
the direction of Ted Lewis. All friends
are invited.
Mem day: Potomac, M. M.; benjamin
B. French, social; Anacoetla, social;
Pentalpha, social; Mount ’Pleasant,
E. A.; Albert Pike, M. M.; Sojourners’,
E. A.
Tuesday: National, E. A.; Arminlus,
business; Myron M. Parker, E. A.;
King David, E. A.
Wednesday: Washington Centen
nial. F. C.; Osiris, M. M.; East Gate,
E. A.
Thursday; Naval. E. A.; Hiram,
M. M.; I* Fayette, social; William
R. Singleton, social; Congress, E. A.;
Pet worth, social; Semper Paratus,
E. A.
Friday: 8t. John’s, social; Hope,
E. A.; Trinity, E. A.
Women's Club, 1634 I street NW„ at
8 p.m.
The Officers' Society will meet April
33 at the home of Past Matron Ber
nice Lawrenson, 1936 Second street
N.E., at 8 p.m.
The annual spring card party ol
Esther Chapter will be held at the
Willard Hotel next Tuesday from 2
to 5 pm., under the direction of Mrs.
Frank Dickerson.
Miss Ruth Byer, matron of Unitj
Chapter, announces the following ac
tivities for the week: Monday. Unitj
Bridge Club, home of Mrs. Helena
Kohler. 6 W street N.W., with Misi
Bessie Mayo assisting: Tuesday, binge
party for the ways and means, home
of Mr. and Mrs. Wiedemann, 6521
Summit avenue, Chevy Chase, Md.;
Friday, meeting of the chapter. On
May 10 a musical comedy will be
given for the ways and means at
Pierce Hall, Sixteenth and Harvard
streets N.W.
Ruth Chapter will honor the past
matrons and past patrons tomorrow
evening. There will be an Easter
program and refreshments.
The Auxiliary Home Board will
have a luncheon and business meet
ing at the Highlands Apartment April
20 at 12:30 pm. The hostesses will
be Mrs. Jane Walker. Mrs. Alice Dra
per and Mrs. Anne Anderson.
The Sunshine Committee of Beth
any Chapter will meet Thursday for
luncheon with Mrs. Olleze Faatz
The Quilting Committee is requested
to come early and bring the sewing
materials.
Mrs. Bertha Stark will entertain
the Star Points at the next meeting,
when the final arrangements for the
Jawn party at the Church of Trans
figuration will be made.
A party was held Saturday night
by the Star Points of Takoma Chap
ter for the benefit of the floral circle
On April 22 the chapter will enter
tain Sister Grand Conductress Bur
dine and Associate Conductress Hicks,
together with the conductresses anc
associate conductresses of the D is trie
of Columbia.
Gavel Chapter will have a business
meeting Tuesday night. The Ways
and Means Committee is sponsor
ing a bingo party Wednesday night
at the home of Mrs. Alice Golloday,
903 Eleventh street N.E.
La Payette Lodge Chapter's Horn*
Board will hold a card and binge
party Saturday night at the home ol
Mrs. Virginia Saver, 5426 Nebrasks
avenue N.W.
Mrs. Lillian M. Fowler is request ins
a full attendance of the Floral Circle
Committee Thursday evening at hei
home, 6220 Piney Branch road N.W
Chevy Chase Chapter will meet
April 19. The Ways and Means Com
mittee is planning a card party anc
bingo May 7 at the home of Mrs
John Kolb. 5432 Connecticut avenue
Chevy Chase.
Harmony Chapter will meet Apri
28. Charter members will be hon
ored. The past matrons and patrorn
will meet at the home of Mrs. Georg<
W. Potter on April 22 at 8 o'clock.
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The Officers’ Club of Fidelity Chap
ter will meet May 3. On May 4 mem
bers will meet at the Eastern Stai
Home for the Campbell-Loeffler Sew
ing Club. Refreshments will be served
At the meeting on May 7 one candi
date will receive the degrees. Moth
er's Day exercises with a prograir
will follow the meeting.
The Association of Matrons anc
Patrons of 1928 will meet in the Lu
theran Church. Fourteenth and Gal
latin streets N.W., April 28, 8 p.m
Gamese and refreshments.
The Auxiliary Home Board o:
Friendship Chapter will entertain thi
Cam pbell-Loe flier Sewing Club or
April 20 at the Masonic and Easteri
Star Home at l o'clock, call Cleve
land 5168 for transportation.
Harmony Chapter and the Singletor
bodies of the Masonic order will be
guests on April 26.
Mrs. Lucy B. Hollidge, matron o!
Joseph H. Milans Lodge Chapter, an
nounces the meeting Thursday eve
ning will have an Easter program
The Afternoon Bridge Club will meei
Tuesday with Mrs. Louise E. Kreglow
1505 Kalmia road N.W.
The Home Board will meet April 2i
with Mrs. Ida M. Smith, 4903 Nine
teenth street N.E.
Mizpah Chapter at its last meet
ing was entertained with a readinj
and playlet given by a group of mem
bers of Job's Daughters, Bethel No. 3
consisting of Evelyn Reynolds, Lor
raine Fox, Shirley Patterson, Mildrec
Stanton, Mary Goddard and Caroiyr
Hotls.
Matron Mabel Harris announce!
the meeting Tuesday evening haj
been designated mothers’ and chil
dren's night. Children of the Ma
sonic and Eastern Star Home will b<
special guests. Entertainment and re
freshments.
Treaty Oak Chapter meets Apri
18. A card party for the benefit ol
general funds will be held at 2108 G
street N.W. April 20. The Sunshine
Committee will meet April 22 at the
home of Hulda Williams, 1816 Kalo
rama road N.W., with Mamie Davie
as assistant hostess.
Mrs. Helen D. Robbins, grand ma
tron, announces she and the grand
patron will be guests at the installa
tion of officers in the Daughters ol
the Nile tomorrow evening. On Tues
day afternoon they will attend the
annual card party at the Willard
Hotel under the sponsorship of Esther
Chapter. On Tuesday night they will
witness the ceremony of initiation
in Helen B. Strait Chapter. U. D.
Rehearsal of grand officers and
pages tor the May session of the
Grand Chapter will be held at Ma
sonic Temple on Friday at 5 o'clock
’ '«■1 ■
The Matrons and Patrons’ Associa
tion of 1922 held its sixteenth annual
banquet at the Parrot. Grand Matron
Robbins and Grand Patron Schmid!
and Mrs. Schmidt were honored
guests. Among those present were
Past Grand Matron Campbell, Past
Grand Patron Dunkum and Right
Worthy Grand Secretary Mrs. Minnie
Keyes. Past Grand Master Roepke
acted as toastmaster.
Matron Roberta Stewart of Trinity
Chapter announces at the meeting on
Thursday evening the past matron*
and past patrons will be honored
guests. Entertainment and refresh
ments.
The annual banquet of the past
matrons and patrons will be held
April 23 at the Highlands. For res.
ervatlons call Miss Margaret Graham,
Adams 04M.
ENVOV WILL SPEAK
AT K. OF C. SESSION
Dr. Don Hector Castro Will
Talk Tomorrow at 9 P.M.
at Mayflower Hotel.
Senor Dr. Don Hector David Castro,
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
Plenipotentiary of El Salvador, will be
the guest speaker tomorrow evening at
the regular monthly meeting of Wash
ington General Assembly, fourth de
gree. Knights of Columbus, at the
Mayflower Hotel at 9 o’clock. Thomas
F. Carlin, faithful navigator of Wash
ington General Assembly, will preside.
Carmine Garofalo, grand knight of
Washington Council, will preside at
the exemplification of the first and
second degrees Wednesday evening.
Candidates have been requested to
meet not later than 8 o'clock. Last
Thursday evening an entertainment
was given residents of Glen Dale
Sanitarium by the lecturer's commit
tee.
Carroll Council will meet Tuesday
evening with Grand Knight Joseph A.
O’Connell in the chair.
Francis J. Malloy, grand knight of
Spalding Council, will preside at the
meeting Thursday evening. Reports
of the Thirty-ninth Anniversary Com
mittee will be received. Plans have
been completed for the celebration of
I the founding of the council, which will
be in the form of a supper dance at
1 the Mayflower Hotel on April 28, at 10
o’clock.
Keane Council will meet at the club
on Wednesday evening. Francis J.
Rafterry, grand knight, will preside
and will announce the part this coun
cil is to take in the forthcoming
Knights of Columbus band concert
and dance April 29.
Supreme Knight Martin H Carmody
! will be guest of honor next Sunday at
\ the forty-first anniversary dinner of
Washington Council at the Willard
Hotel at 7 o’clock. Many distinguished
guests have been invited and will be
prlsented by Grand Knight Carmine
] Garofalo.
i At 3 o'clock the forty-first anniver
sary initiation will be held in the club
house. Walter Kennedy, past State
deputy of Maryland, and Capt. Rich
ard Norton will be in charge of the
degree. Candidates for this major de
gree have been requested to report not
, later than 2 o’clock.
On Tuesday evening the Rev. Joseph
F. Thorning of Mount St, Mary s Col
lege. Emmittsburg, Md., was guest
speaker. He told of the attitude of the
Spanish Loyalists toward the Catholic
Church.
State Deputy Walter I. Plant has
issued an invitation to members to
affiliate as ’’Boosters'' of the Knights
of Columbus Band. Plans have been
completed for the second concert and
dance in the clubhouse on April 29
at 8:30 o’clock.
John J. Carmody, grand commander
of Alcantara Caravan, Order of the
Alhambra, announced a ceremonial
will be held on Sunday afternoon.
May 22. Third Degree members of
the Knights of Columbus are eligible.
An invitation has been received from
John M. O'Neill, grand commander
of Alcala Caravan, Baltimore, Md.,
to members of the local caravan to at
tend a meeting at the Alcazar in Balti
more on April 25 at 8:15 o'clock.
Dr. George Hermann Derry will
visit this city on May 12 and deliver a
lecture on "The Red Peril and the
Way Out.” This lecture is a part of
the Knights' ^rusade against Com
munism, sponsored by the Supreme
Council.
The Very Rev. Arthur A. O Leary,
president of Georgetown University,
has extended an invitation to Wash
ington General Assembly to attend
’ the 8 o’clock mass May 8 in St. Ed
ward's Chapel and to be his guest
i at breakfast following the mass.
An Invitation has also b°en re
ceived from the Rev. Dr. John J.
Coady, pastor of St. Mary's Church,
1 Rockville, Md., for the Fourth De
gree, in full regalia, to serve as guard
of honor to the Most Rev. Amleto
Giovanni Cicognani, Apostolic Dele
gate to the United States, on May 8
at 2 o'clock for the dedication of the
new organ in St. Mary's Church.
Daughters of America
The 23d anniversary of Golden Rule
; Council was celebrated with a pro
; gram and banquet April 8 in North
east Masonic Temple. The guests were
the State Council officers. Councilor
I Lucile Austin welcomed them. Those
i who contributed to the program of en
! tertainment were: John Warner, cor
| netist, accompanied on the piano by
I Miss Marietta Klee; songs and fancy
| dances by little Miss Florence Tilling,
i accompanied on the piano by Miss
Klee, and vocal selections by Miss
Jeanette Higgins, vocalist, accompan
ied on the piano by Miss Klee. Past
Councilor Bertha Brown gave a read
ing, "Dear Old D. of A.”
Star Spangled Banner Council elect
ed and installed officers as follows:
Outside sentinel, Frances Warring
ton; inside sentinel, Dorothy Boswell,
and warden, Bertha Metzinger. At
the meeting April 21 the council will
hold a "white elephant" bingo in Odd
Fellows' Hall, Sixty-first street near
Central avenue, Capitol Heights, Md.
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Mrs. Pearl Kidwell, chairman of
the good of the order, announced
Eagle Council will sponsor a chicken
dinner Xpril 21 in the Garden Me
morial Church Hall, Eighteenth street
and Minnesota avenue S.E., from 5 to
7:30 p.m.
Triumph Council met, and Councilor
Adelaide Miller announoed a tacky
party for the members on April 21
Mrs. Alice Smith was hostess Wed
nesday evening to the trustees and
Auditing Committee at her home.
Independent Council will co-operate
with Margaret Frye in an old-fash
ioned round and square dance on April
23 at Jr. O. U. A. M. Hall, 808 I street
N.W. Two targe flags were presented
by the members.
Fraternal Order of Eagles.
A large class will be Initiated to
morrow at 731 North Capitol street,
with Joseph M. Bonuso, president, pre
siding. There will also be nomina
tion of delegates to the State conven
tion. A danoe will be held and re
freshments served.
NOTICE.
Fraternal news intended for
publication in The Sunday Star,
must be received by the Fraternal
Editor not late than noon on
Wednesday.
I SUNDAY CROSS-WORD PUZZLE |
across. 83. Supporting beam
1. Strap for sharpening. resting on the ground.
6. Respond to stimulus. 85. Large furnace.
11. Elegance. 86. Troublesome.
16. Peeled. 90. Dresses.
21. Public wrong. 92. Pertaining to the
22. Earnest. bishop's headdress.
23. Goods sunk at sea with 96. Moderately cold,
a buoy attached: var. 97. Mend by sewing.
24. Extreme pain. 99. Of old age.
25. Fasten firmly. 100. African desert.
26. Series of tones. 101. Native of an Asiatic
27. Nitrogen. country.
28. Hindu physicist, Nobel 103. Indigent.
Prize, 1930. 105. Demons.
29. Concerning. 107. Submerges.
30. Male flirt. 108. Rise.
32. Speedily. 110. Ghastly.
33. Apricot cordial. 112. Farmer's Implement.
35. Distinguished. 114. Tidy.
36. Reasons. 115. More poverty-stricken.
38. Building material. 117. Groan.
40. Silver in ingots. 119. Predicts.
42. Father. 121. Change direction. /
43. Composition of parts, 123. Journeys,
forming a whole. 126. Bill of fare.
48. Be aware of. 127. Scatters.
50. City at the foot of 132. Fabric.
Mount Etna. 134. Breathing opening
55. Pshaw! 139. Penetrate.
56. Drink of the gods. 140. Kind of syllogism
59. Cut at one stroke. 143. Brilliant.
61. Citrous fruits. 144. Paradises.
62. Worship. 145. Tufts.
64. Withered. 146. Water-nymph.
66. Low quarter of a city. 147. Slow tempo.
68. Branch. 148. Morsel.
69. Be indignant at. 149. Russian rulers.
71. Band pulley. 150. Faint trace of a foreign
73. Arabian chieftain. element.
75. Scarce. 151. Cathedral city in
76. Part of a garment. Prussia.
77. Growled. 152. Auctions.
79. Group of stars in 153. Modem Syriac script.
Taurus. 154. Scorn.
1 81. Dandies. 155. Prophets.
Down. 63. Legate.
1- Bit. 65. Obliterated.
2. Triple. 67. Wholesome drink.
3. Natural stream. Jjukew®m’
72. Grumbles.
4. Presages. 74 cathedral city in France.
5. Fretful. 78. Deduce.
6. Answers. 80. Homers epic poem,
7. Every. 82. Break suddenly.
8. Onoe more. 84. Alleviation.
9. Stringed instruments. 86. Israelite who caused
10. Diplomatic agreement. Jewish defeat at Ai.
11. Pleases. 87. Din.
12. Remove utterly. 88. Particular occasion.
13. Ancient Greek market- 89. Intoxicating mixture,
place. 91. Infrequently.
14. Provides food. 93. Untwist.
15. Designating power. 84. Pertaining to surface.
16. Mathematical arbitrary 95. Endures.
constant. 98. Authoritative standard.
17. Staring in wonder. 102. Worlds.
18. Latin. 104. Tumult.
19. Make into a law. 106. Performer of night songs.
20. Units of force. 109. Homed ruminant
31. Strait. 111. Italian noblewoman.
34. Ancient capital of 113. Town in Nevada.
Normandy. 116. Cuts off in surgery.
37. Mountain range between 118. River in Africa.
Europe and Asia. 120. Scuffles.
39. Hats: colloq. 122. Rest*.
41. Geological periods. 124. Indicates.
43. Boxing matches. 125. Exert to the utmost.
44. Warble of Swiss 127. Abysses,
mountaineers. 128. British possession in
45. Bight. Asia.
46. Made of three parts: 129. Form of iron,
rare. 130. Pennies
47. Paints. 131. Loose robe for women:
49. Beguile. rare.
51. Immortal. 133. German poet.
52. Wanderer. 135. Demonstrative pronoun.
53. Habituate. 136. Wash lightly.
54. Equine animals. 137. Bury.
57. Adjutant bird. 138. City in France
58. Is sorry. 141. Two-wheeled vehicle.
60. Low shoe. 142. Sorcerer.
Jewish Community
Center
Plans for the Center Camp at
Chopawamsic, Va.. near Quantico,
are being completed by Morris
Cafritz, chairman of a committee
that includes Mrs. Stanford Abel,
William Bush, Mrs. William Chase.
Allen de Ford. Leopold V. Freud
berg, Irving Fogel, Bernard Dan
! zansky. Jacob Gichner, Max Gorin,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Goldsmith,
Morris Garfinkel. Hyman Goldman, M.
S. Goldnamer, Julius Goldstein, Mrs.
Gilbert Hahn. Mrs. Herman Hertzberg,
Mrs. William Illch. Edmund I. Kauf
mann, Joseph D Kaufman. Mrs. Jacob
Kotz, .Morris Klass. Mrs. Lawrence
Koenigsberger. Dr. and Mrs. Lester
Neuman. Benjamin Ourisman, Louis
Often berg, Nathan Plotnick, Moe
Offenberg. Robert Rothstein. Mrs. Sam
Rubenstein, Mrs. Harry Roller, Mrs.
Charles Rosenthal. Herbert Rich, Sara
Roberts, Sherry Stein, Burnett Siman,
Leo Schlosberg. I. S. Turover, Harry
Viner, Morton Wilner and Mrs. Harry
Walsky. '
Different organizations are being
contacted for their contributions to
i the camp and the camp personnel is
being gradually assembled.
The Shatz exhibit of arts and crafts
of the late Boris Shatz and his chil
dren, Bezalel and Zahara Shatz. has
been extended to April 22. Boris Shatz
was the founder of the Bezalel School
of Arts and Crafts in Jerusalem and
the masterpiece of that school, a brass
handwrought ark, a cabinet 5 feet
high, is the center of the exhibition.
The exhibit is free.
The second music appreciation con
cert will be given Tuesday night in
the board room. The program includes
Saint-Saen's "Bacchannale" from
“Sampson and Delilah" as rendered by
the Milan Symphony Orchestra, an
aria from Verdi's “Rigoletto" by Lily
Pons, and the "Scheherezade Suite” by
Rimsky Korsakoff as rendered by the
Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
Mrs. Charlotte Borasky will be com
mentator and introduce the recordings.
The public is invited.
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Woodmen Circle.
The Imps Club of Willow Grove will
meet at the home of Miss Evelyn Hunt
er, 1400 Orren street N.E.. on April 20.
Mrs. Elinor Delauder will assist the
hostess. The president, Mrs. Naomi
Kidweil, who has been in Norwood,
Ohio, is expected to preside. A com
edy skit will be presented and refresh
ments served.
Answer to Yesterday’s Pnnle.
W. C. T. U. News
North Capitol Union held a medal
contest at the Rhode Island Avenue
Methodist Church on April 8 The
gold medal was awarded to Thelma
Holloway of the Georgetown Mission
and pearl medals to William Owen of
. the United Brethren Church and to
Ruth Graham of Bethany Baptist
: Church.
| A silver and gold medal contest was
held at the Georgetown Mission Mon
| day evening. The silver winners were
' Lillian Sudduth. Helen Collins and
| Pearl Hatton. The gold winners were
; Logan Kline and Marguerite Williams.
i The Georgetown L. T. L. of Dum
barton M. E. Church, accompanied
by their leader. Mrs. Orvilla F. Atkin
son. entertained. Marie Lovell and
Betty Kline recited. Other guests
i were Mrs. Bertie Farmer. Mrs. W. W.
, Watt, Jesse Watt, Mr. and Mrs. E.
| Pearl Clayton and Mrs. Scott.
A consecration of two White Ribbon
I recruits, Mary Lee Taylor and Paul
I Ray Scott, was conducted by Mrs.
! Farmer, assisted by May Taylor,
j president of the L. T. L„ and Mrs.
j Ival B. Stout, leader.
I -
North Star Union met in the Emory
M. E. Church, South. Mrs. Marie
Briniey presided. The salute to the
flag was led by Mrs. T. F. Law. fol
| lowed by devotional exercises in
cnarge of Mrs. Frances Brown.
Arrangements were made for cele
brating the 50th birthday anniver
sary with a Chinese luncheon in the
home of Mrs. Lowdermilk, 4712 Colo
rado avenue N.W., in May.
Guest speakers will be Rev. Horace
E. Cromer, “Temperance and Church
Schools." and Mrs. John M. Robinson,
wife of Representative Robinson of
Kentucky, "The Prenatal Evils of
Alcohol.”
A social, with tea. followed. Host
esses, Mrs. J. E. Fowler, Mrs. Horace
E. Cromer, Miss Ann Walker, Mrs.
Eerry, Mrs. Helmlch, Mrs. H. Smith
and Mrs. Langley.
"Temperance and Missions" was the
subject discussed by guest speakers of
Southeast Union Monday afternoon at
the District of Columbia headquarters.
The speakers were Mrs, B. I. Barnes
of the North Carolina Avenue M. P.
Church, Mks. Weber, who has done
missionary work among the Indians,
Mexican and Jewish people, and Miss
Charlotte Pound, president of Brook
land Union. Other guests were Dora
Hartley and Mrs. A. S. Raum. Mrs.
M. A. Bradburn presided and Mrs.
Laura Slater Penn conducted the devo
tional service.
_ 'i
Central Iota Sigma Union met Tues
day evening in the home of Mrs. John
H. S^house, 1121 New Hampshire ave
nue N.W. Miss Ida Chew gave the
devotional. Reports were made by
Ruth Perkins, Jessie Fadner, Ellen
Russell, Clara Blystone and Barthela
Shouse.
. Emma Watts was awarded a bridge
man’s pin in the membership cam
paign. A play, "The Indispensable
Union Signal,” was presented by Ger
trude Basale, Velma Rundle and Dor
othy Hoffle. Visitors were Mrs. Flor
ence Warner, corresponding secretary
of the District Union, and Miss Mary
Pettis, associate director of member
ship for the District of Columbia.
1 Knights of St. John
Ladies' Auxiliary
At the convention of the Supreme
Ladies’ Auxiliary in Philadelphia dur
ing the week of June 26 Washington
will be represented by delegates as
follows: Holy Name. Mrs. Anna Run
ning. Mrs. Anna J. Light. Mrs. Emma
| Panrer: St. Ann’s, Miss Rose Moore:
: St. Joseph's, Mrs. Mary McCarthy,
Mrs. Esie Kopel, Mrs. Eleanor Quad®,
Mrs. Anna Shipman: Immaculate
Conception. Mrs. Elsie Hart; St.
Mathias', Mrs. Eugenie Hugin; St.
! Martin's. Mrs. Mary Mulroe; Holy
Comforter, Mrs. Florence Tucker, Mrs.
Rose Barnard; Church of the As
sumption, Miss Ruth Fowler: Sacred
Heart, Miss Gertrude Curran; St.
Gabr.el's, Mrs. Helen De Montfredy.
Sacred Heart Auxiliary met last
Tuesday. District Deputy Mrs. Wil
fred P. Ross made her official visit.
St. Joseph's Auxiliary will meet to
morrow at the Continental Hotel.
A dinner party, sponsored by Holy
Comforter Auxiliary, was held April 6
at the Fairfax Hotel
The Easter mass will be celebrated
April 24 at 8 a.m. at the National
Shrine.
National Union
The election of delegates and alter
nates by the nine councils will be held
during their May meetings. William
D. Clark, chairman of the Washing
ton Executive Committee, will publish
the convening date of the assembly as
soon as instructions are received from
headquarters in Toledo. This jurisdic
tion Is entitled to three senators who
will be elected in June. The present
senators are up for re-election.
Michael J. Kindsfather, Potomac
Council; William J. O'Brien. McKinley
Council, and John A. Marshall. Scott
Council. Samuel Trupp and Joseph
S. Bonlfant, Victory Council, have
announced their candidacy. W. Gor
don Bell of United Council will not be
a candidate owing to business rea
sons. The election in June will be held
In nearly all the States and the sen
ate will convene for one week on
Mackinac Island In July.
Meetings this week are: Monday,
Potomac, Pythian Temple; Central,
Woodmen of the World Hall. Tuesday,
Executive Board and McKinley,
Northeast Masonic Temple; State,
War and Navy, room 723, Colorado
Building. Wednesday, Hospital Serv
ice Association and Congressional,
Typographical Temple.
Catholic Daughters of
America
Court District of Columbia will hold
a business meeting April 19 at the
Willard Hotel for final arrangements
for the annual card party and dance
at the Willard Hotel cm April 21.
There will be a social. Miss Mary
C. Gainey, assistant director of the
Woman's Bureau, and a member of
Court District of Columbia, will speak.
Vocal selections will be given by Miss
Ethel Roddy, accompanied by Miss
Margaret Breen.
At a meeting of the Junior Coun
cilors at the home of Miss Nellie
Zimmerman arrangements were made
for the participation in the Junior
Day parade.
BY EDMONDS POST
Installation Exercises Will
Be Held April 21 at the
Hamilton Hotel.
H L. Edmonds Post, No. 2460, Dis
trict of Columbia Department, Vet
erans of Foreign Wars, at Its last
meeting re-elected its officers. They
are: Comdr. William A. Oley, Senior
Vice Comdr. David Hall Barnhart,
Junior Vice Comdr. L. E. Hough,
Quartermaster F. W. Stevich, Surgeon
Dr. Frederick L. Benton, Chaplain
George I. Bede, Judge Advocate Earl
Engleman and Adjt. Leo P. Nold.
Installation exercises will be held
at the Hamilton Hotel on April 2!.
conducted by Past Department Comdr.
Oscar W. Hollingsworth.
The Ladies’ Auxiliary will meet
April 22 at the Thomas Circle Club.
The card party, for the benefit of
the department, scheduled for April
18, at the home of the department
president, Mrs. Adelaide M. Grant, has
i been postponed until further notice,
due to installation of officers of Equal
ity-Waiter Reed Auxiliary'- Mrs
Grant will be the installing officer
i Equality-Waiter Reed Auxiliary will
hold a joint installation with the post
| at the A. O. U. W. Hall.
Mrs. Mercedes McCallum gave a
party at her home for the members
in appreciation for the support given
her during her term as president of
McKimmie Catterton Auxiliary. The
newly-elected officers of McKimmie
Catterton Auxiliary are as follows:
President, Thelma Graves; senior vice
president, Mary Weatherall; junior
vice president, Hilda Christian: guard,
Hannah Weber; chaplain. Ada Car
ver; conductress, Rose Reiley; trustee,
Mercedes McCallum; secretary. Dor
othy Wright; patriotic instructor,
Adelaide M. Grant; historian. Mer
cedes Giovinazzo; musician. Pearl
Lipscomb; color bearers, Josephine
Wright, Alice Walthrop. Gwendolyn
Verdi and Mercedes McCallum.
The next meeting of the auxiliary
will be held at the Soldiers. Sailors
and Marines’ Club April 20. Installa
tion by Department President Oram
and the birthday anniversary celebra
tion of the incoming president.
Mrs. Mae Loveless. Mrs. Mary Quig
ley and Mrs. Saviiia Ellis will be
initiated.
Federal Auxiliary met at the Thomas
Circle Club, with President Carrie
Irving presiding. The newly-elected
officers are as follows: President,
Maybelle Buckingham; senior vice
president, Josephine Welch; junior
vice president, Thelma Hershberger;
chaplain. Carrie Irving; conductress,
Betty Williams: treasurer. Charlotte
Strathern; secretary, Dorothy Leh
man.
The next meeting will be held May 4.
Officers of Columbia Post were in
stalled at a meeting held in Thomas
: Circle Club last Wednesday night.
Department Comdr. David B Herman
! officiated. They are Walter S 'Welch,
i commander; Thomas E Fawcett.
' senior vice commander; Robert G.
MacCartee. junior vice commander;
W. Laurence Hazard, quartermaster.
Lewis E. Hoffman, post advocate.
Stanley R. Nash, chaplain; George Wr.
Johns, surgeon, and H. E. Shilling,
adjutant. Short addresses were made
by the department commander and
Past Department Comdr. Oscar W.
Hollingsworth.
A vote of thanks was accorded
Charles Kohen for the entertainment
he conducted for the veterans at
Mount Alto Hospital last Monday
night which was sponsored by the
post. The meeting was presided over
by Comdr. Walter S. Welsh.
I -•
Women of the Moose.
The grand recorder. Miss Katherine
Smith, assisted Columbia Chapter in
organizing a child care and training
study class last Thursday evening at
1 the home of Senior Regent Mrs.
Prances Baldwin. Meetings of the
study class will be held monthly at
the homes of the members of the
' committee.
Membership Chairman Mrs. Marie
Clark announced a class of candidates
will be ready for initiation April 22
at Moose Hall at 8 p.m. to pay tribute
| to its senior regent. Mrs. Frances
l Baldwin, through presentation of this
: class in her honor. Arrangements
i will be made at the meeting next
I Friday for attending the annual
spring conclave of the Maryland and
j Border States Moose Association to
be held in Hagerstown. Md.. April 24.
On Wednesday evening Library
Chairman Mrs Anna Sullivan and
Child’Care and Training Chairman
Mrs. Pauline Miller will be co-host
esses to the committee chairmen of
the chapter at the home of Mrs.
Sullivan. 544 Shepherd street N.W.
The Ritualistic Committee will meet
April 21 at Moose Hall at 8 p.m.
On April 23 the story hour at the
i Central Union Mission Emergency
Home for Children at 3 pm. will ba
j conducted by Mrs. Pauline Miller,
| Child Care and Training Committee
chairman.
Knights of Pythias.
Amaranth Lodge will meet tomorrow
evening at Northeast Masonic Temple.
Webster and Capital Lodges will meet
Tuesday evening. Mount Vernon meets
Wednesday evening. Syracusians Lodge
will meet Friday evening. This lodge
will have a ladies' night on April 21.
The Knights of Pythias Bowling
League, on May 19, will have a banquet
at the Lee Tavern, Glebe Road and
Lee Boulevard, at 7.30 p.m. The ban
quet will be followed by a dance at
9 p.m , to which all members of the
Knights «f Pythias and the Pythian
Sisters are invited. The grand chan
cellor, Dr. Robert B. Bacon, will be the
guest of honor at the banquet.
Friendship Temple, Pythian Sisters,
will meet Wednesday evening. The
drill team of this temple will meet
Tuesday evening at the home of Ella
Embrey, 4108 Illinois avenue N.W.
Rathbone Temple will meet Friday eve
ning.
Fidelia Camp to Meet.
Fidelia Camp, Royal Neighbors of
America, will meet April 21 at Thomas
Circle Club at 8 p m.
Gavels 0
Of All
Deaertptiana
$1.50
■ i'p
KARL PLITT
130g ■ at. N.W. 1830 7th at. ft w.
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