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at To Do DANCE. Jewish Community center. Sixteenth tnd Q streets n w.. 8:30 o clock tonight. Onen to civilians and service personnel Social dancing. Letts House. Foundry Methodist Church. Sixteenth and P streets N.W., 8:30 o'clock tonight. EXHIBITS. Paintings by Mary Elizabeth Partridge Whyte Gallerv of Art. 1518 Connecticut avenue N W 9:30 a m. to 0 pm. week days through June Gen Eisenhower s battle map. showing the position of troops when Germany sur rendered. and Gen Pershing s battle map cf 1018; declaration of war against Ger many. captured German and World Wnr II aurrender documents. National Archives e 15 am. to 5:15 p.m weekdays and 1:30 to 5 p m Sundays through June Art for the Home, exhibition arranged by Lee Atkyns. in the Fine Arts Division. Public Librarv. central branch. Eighth and K streets N.W.. 0 a m. to 0 p.m. daily through .Tun**. Photographs by Ceml B Atwater New tonville, Mass., in the section of photog raphy. Arts and Industries Buildinc. Smithsonian Institution. 9 am. to 4:30 p m. daily through June. Fourth annual Joseph and E R Pennell national exhibition of prints, through July; memorial exhibit marking 150th anni versary of Tennessee's admission into the, Union, through June: at the library of Congress. 9 a m to 10 pm weekdays. 9 s m to 0 p.m. Saturdays and 11:30 a m to 10 p m Sundays. Selection of prints from Audubon's ‘ Birds of America '' and Life of Christ.” as depicted in Rembrandt etchings, at the National Gallery of Art. 10 a m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and 2 to 10 p.m. Sundays through June. Display of fresh-water fish from Federal hatcheries and local waters. Department, of Commerce auditorium. 9 a m. to 4:30 p.m dailv throuch June. ”The Netherlands in the Changing Wcfrld. ' economic reconstruction exhibit Department of Commerce lobby, through June Oil paintings of contemporary American artists. wat**r rolors and tempera bv Rob ert F Gate*, and students* art work, at the American Umvprsitv Art Gallery. 2 to 5 p.m. daily through June. LUNCHEON. Rotary Club of Washington. Willard Hotel. 12:15 Dm. tomorrow. Members and guests. MUSIC. Army Band concert of music of the Americas. Pan American Union. Seven teenth street and Constitution avenue N.W . 0 o clock tonight. FOR SERVICEMEN. Dancing on terrace. 8 o'rlock and gamps in gymnasium. 9 o clock tonight. Penthouse USO. Seienteenth and K streets N W. Roller skating party, meet in lountte. . .10 o clock, and bridge party. 8 o clock tonight. YMCA-0SO. 17M6 C. street N W Musi$ hour, 8 o'clock, and informal so cial hour. 9 o clock tonight. USO Club. 801 Pennsylvania avenue N.W. Dance, with service orchestra. USO Club. 1911 H street N.W., 8.Mo oclock tonight Bingo games, JWB-USO. Sixteenth and © streets N w 9 o'clock tonight. Dance, with Bolline Field Band. Nf'CS USO. 918 Tenth street N.W , 8:30 o'clock tonight. FOR OFFICERS. Semiforir.al dance, auspices Waahington Officers' Committee. Hotel Statler. 8 30 o clock tonight Dance. Officers' Service Club of the United Nations. 164-4 Twenty-first street N.W. 8.30 o'clock tonight. The Treasury by continuing to sell V. S. Sayings Bonds offers all Amer icans a fine opportunity to build financial security and help fight inflation. JEWELERS HOS CONNECTICUT AVE PHONE • NATIONAL 6661 Captured Forever! The heart-warming sweetness of your baby's smile 5 in a * portrait by BROOKS Portrait Photographers Since 1907 1327 F St. N.W. NA 1078 i sms/:: 22.50 0 to 3 1 s x£:>; j ★ A shoe that looks “to ; the manner born," in town or country. I)e . signed by John Marino. • White Suede combined : with Red, Blue, Brown or Green Cnlf Mail Order, Filled T•/. Arinma 2000 $ JOHN SLATER, Pret. 1511 CONNECTICUT AVE. near Dupont Circle (Also in New York and East Orange) STOP under aim PERSPIRATION ^ and WORRIES in 2 Seconds the 5 DAY way! Handier, quicker 5 DAY PADS end oil worriei of under arm offense. In ? seconds a pat wrtti a pad puts a longer stop to per* spiration and odor* — is kinder to J clothing and ^ normal skin, too. O’ -" \ Just dab with a pod and throw it away—for safe pro tection the 5 DAY WAY. •? to 7 days, you and the weather determine how long. Postal Zone 4 V T ailored Rayon Satin Gowns... by “ATLAI\” - s3.25 You’ll love the luscious smooth ness of the fine rayon satin . . . revel in the sleek, comfortable fit and extra-nice workmanship! Bias cut silhouette with flattering sur plice bosom and high waist. Dreamy blue, tearose, white or mimosa. 32 to 40. No phone, mail or C. 0. D. orders. Kann'f—Lingerie— Second Floor IN OUR BETTER DRESS SHOP Henry Rosenfeld . . . that famed designer whose fashions make news on the covers of leading fashion magazines . . . sends another group of Summer Casuals to win your applause! Typical of Henry’s fine fabrics, the wonderful imported Irish linen and the rayon Sharkette used in the dresses sketched! Kann s—Better Dress Shop—Second Floor Tailored coat draw. In sme>oth-te-the touch royon Sharkette, has decorative buttons to the waist and concealed buttons to the hem. Shocking pink, lime, petal pink. 1 0 to 18-- $14.95 Imported Irish linen for this triumph m easuol simplicity! Scalloped sleeves and skirt interest, wrist-deep pockets; self-tie belt. Grey, blue, yellow. 10 * 16 ..-—$16.95 Women s 2-piece Play Suit by “F reshy” s10.95 Grand summer outfit, this! Doff the skirt and you're ready for action. Whisk thr skirt on and you’re dressed for a run into town. Soft cotton in slenderizing pin stripes . . . styled with yoke back shoulders, set-in belt, side-button panties and a separate, button-front gored skirt. White on blue, red or brown. 18 and 20 and 38 to 44. Kann's—Sports Shop— Second Floor A New "Atlan" Printed blouse A tidy little blouse like this is a joy to own . . . for it always looks smart with summer suits, odd skirts and resort slacks. Tailored design on white rayon crepe . . . well made with plenty of shoulder room and self-tie bow neckline. 32 to 38. Multi colors. i Kann's—Street Floor I ll take Summer Scuff Konn's Sandal Shop Fourth Floor s2.95 Cushioned with the famous Oomphies platform sole . . . gay with hand-woven, hand-dyed cotton. Bright sock lining . . . leather heel pad. Vanilla with lime, licorice or strawberry plaid.