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CITY CLUB JUBILEE
ATTENDED BY 500
Variety of Entertainment
Offered at Webster School
Festival.
A variety of indoor and outdoor
entertainment was offered the 500
members and guests of the Women’s
City Club who attended the June
Jubilee held yesterday at the Marjorie
Webster School on Kalmia road. There
was swimming, tennis, archery and
ping pong for those who preferred
active sports, as well as bridge, music
and fortune telling.
Miss Marjorie Webster, president of
the club, received the guests, assisted
by her mother, Mrs. Jessie Webster.
Today. Miss Webster, her mother and
a party of friends will leave for a
seven weeks’ motor trip through Mex
ico and the Far West.
Buffet Supper Served.
Following the entertainment yester
day afternoon, a buffet supper was
served in the foyer of the school
building and during the supper hour
a musical program was given by Miss
Charlotte Lafohd, soloist, accompanied
by Mrs. Jewell Downs, and Miss Kath
erine Lattimer, pianist. This was fol
lowed by a program of dramatic read
ings by Mrs. Phyllis Wilson Huff..
Members of the newly formed
Junior Guild and new members of
the club were special guests. Miss
Bertha Butts and Dr. Ada Wahlen
presided at the punch bowl, and for
tunes were told by Miss Clara Saun
ders, Mrs. Marie Werner and Mrs.
Francis Williams.
Miss McNamara Heads Committee.
Arrangements for the party were
in charge of the Ways and Means
Committee, of. which Miss Elva Mc
Namara is chairman. Assisting her
were Miss Mary Clifford, Miss Jessie
Elting, Miss Minnie May Hardy, Mrs.
Sydney R. Jacobs, Miss Lottie Ander
son, Mrs. Auriebell Allen, Mrs. Thomas
A. Sherman, chairman of the Mem
bership Committee, and a large group
of volunteers.
Among the guests were Mrs. Ernest
W. Brown, Mrs. Harvey W. Wiley,
past president of the club; Judge and
Mrs. Gus A. Schuldt,- Mias Flora
Schuldt, Miss Lida Earhart, Mrs.
Frank Golden, Miss Isabelle Allen,
Mrs. Edmund S. Kochersperger, Miss
Etta Mai Russell, Miss Marguerite
Griffin, Miss Carol Parks, Mrs. Esther j
Dodge, Miss Nell Price, Mrs. Laura!
Bradley, Mrs. D. K. Butler. Mrs. E.
Danziger, Mrs. William Lee Corbin,
Miss Jeasie Olin, Mrs. Elsie T. Otten
ger. Miss Laura Graves. Miss Helen
Reid, Miss Ruby Frazier, Mrs. Julia
Hopkins, Mrs. Perry Huff, Miss Marie
Siebold, Mrs. Eva Ruff. Mrs. V. J.
O'Kelliher and Mrs. Edwin Fitch.
777 APPLICANTS
SEEKW. P. A. FUNDS
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Regional Offices Have Received
Requests, With Construction
Costs Set at $350,000,000.
B» the Associated Press.
The Public Works Administration
announced yesterday that regional
offices have received applications for
*77 new projects with a total con
struction cost of $350,000,000.
These, officials said, were far more
than they had expected. The Presi
dent has not yet signed the relief bill
under which the projects would be
carried out.
The list of new applications for
allotments is advancing at the rate of
about 350 a day.
Partly responsible for the rush of j
applications, officials said, was the
fact the law requires applications be
received before September 30, only
104 days away.
The. New York regional office re
ported the largest number of new ap
plications. 239. Chicago reported 146,
Atlanta, 67; Omaha. 105; Fort Worth,
02; San Francisco, 84, and Portland,
Oreg.. 40. Four applications were
from the territories.
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TEA IS PLANNED
New Assistant U. S. Attorney
Styles to Be Guest of Honor.
Newly appointed Assistant United
States Attorney Grace Styles and
officers of Kappa Beta Pi, interna
tional legal sorority, will be honored
at a tea next Sunday at 5 p.m. at
the home of Beatrice Clephane, 6000
Connecticut avenue N.W.
Officers are Evelyn Boyer, dean;
Anne Kondrup, associate dean; Evelyn
Lincoln, chancellor; Dorothy Eck,
registrar; Irene Kennedy, marshall,
and Estelle Moore, quarterly corres
pondent.
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