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DRAMA. , |
•Saturday Night." by Paul Green, and §
"Red Peppers" by Noel Coward, double;!
bill drama presented by the King-Smith ^
Players, at the rear of 7118 Massachusetts, g
avenue N.W . 8:30 o'clock nightly through |
Sunday. f
FASHION SHOW.
••Fashion Follies." style show presented &
by 100 girls of Arlington Farms, in the ^
Recreation Hall. 7:30 o'clock tonight. ||
GOSPEL SINGING. S
Old-fashioned hymn singing. Central :i
Union Mission. 613 C street N W„ 7:30 |
o'clock tonight
LUNCHEON. . §
Exchange Club Willard Hotel.
p m tomorrow. Members and guests. si
Washington chapter, Sigma Chi Legal; §
Fraternity. 17:30 p.m. tomorrow. Mem- g
bers and guests. !§
MUSIC. |
Marine Band concert. Marine Barracks, s
Eighth and I streets S E. « o clock to- |
n'*'Iavv Band 'concert, east front of the it
Capitol, 8 o clock tonight 8
Wade N Stephens organ recital Church 2
of the Latter-Day Saints, 8 o'clock to- |
night. . . |
Soldiers' Home Military Band concert, g
Stanley Hall. 6:30 p.m. tomorrow.
Smithsonian Institution. National Cal* £
lection of Fine Arts. Tenth street and Con- 8
stitutlon avenue N.W open !• a m. to 4:30 £
p m. daily Special exhibition of Hawaiian 8
flower panels in pastel by Maurice Kidiel. £
through June 39. „ : si
Commerce Department Building, Four- *
teenth street and Constitution avenue £
N.W . open 8:30 a m. to 4:3(1 p.m weeg- |
days and 9 a m. to 1 p m Sundays: Exhibit J
of hand-made table glassware, through |
'""'Howard University Gallery of Art. on |
campus at 3401 Sixth street N.W . open *
10 a m. to 5 p m. Mondays through Frl- a
days: Student work of the Department of ^
Art. through September 30. i§
National Arrhives, Constitution avenue S
between Seventh and Eighth streets N.W.,y
open 8:45 a m. to 5:15 p m weekdays and *
1:30 to 5 pm Sundays: Documents relat- 2
ing to Army activities from the Revolution- 2
ary War through World War II. through |
JUF«iWi« l.ibrary. Art Division. Eighth and I
• K streets N.W.. open 9 a m to 9 p.m *
weekdays: Photographs by Oscar Selden-, ^
: berg, through June
Fish and Wildlife Service, under main s
lobbv in Commerce Department building, g
Fourteenth and E streets N.W.. open 9 si
am. to 4:30 pm dally: Display of anS x
mais and fresh water fish, for an indefinite ; |
period. . . . . . j 3
National Gallery of Art. Sixth street and ;?
Constitution avenue N.W. open lo a m. if
to 5 pm. weekdays ar.d 3 to 10 p.m. Sun-;®
days Woodcuts, lithographs and etchings i:
by Paul Gauguin and Edward Munch, ends ^
today Indigenous art of the Americas from g;
the Robert Woods Bliss collection, through
June _ . _ . __ I
reflection of Harvard University. 1 .<>-> &
Thirty-second street N.W., opens 9 a.m. 2.
to 4 pm. Tuesdays through Saturdays and y
2 ro 5 p.m. Sundays. Collection at early t
Christian and Byzantine art. including new xj
objects added during the war. for an in- g
definite period \jk
Library of Congress, opens 9 a m. to |
pm weekdays and^t a.m. to «J p.m. Satur- ?;
days: Original Lacock Abbey copy of the :;:!.;
Masna Carta, on loan from the British &
government until December 15. 1948: origi- «
nal draft of Lincoln s Gettysburg address fe
manuscript c*f Lincoln’s three-page *’auto- £•
oioaraphy." both lor an indefinite period #
fifth annual exhibition of prints produced %
in 194ft from the Pennell collection, x
through August 1 ? Dayton C. Miller collec- >x
tion of flutes and related materials. .35
Through June: photographs and floor pians *
illustrating trends In modern library arcni
tec»ure. through June.
Community Education, Inc., 935 G place.
N.W., open 2 to ft p.m weekdays. 4 to ft %
p.m. Sundays: Exhibition at work of In- *
transit Group. Washington sculptors and £
painters, through June 21. ■
Phillips Memorial Gallery. IftOft Twenty- |
first street N.W., open II a m. to Hi p.m. ;£
Mondays II am. to ft p.m. Tuesdays:g
through Saturdays, and 2 to 7 p m. Sun- #
days: Retrospective exhibition of paintings
by Arthur G. Dove, through June. £
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Seventeenth g
and New York avenue N.W., open 12 to -x
4:3ft p in Mondays. 10 mi. to 4 p.m. $
Tuesday through Friday. 2 to 5 p m. Sun- «
days: Exhibit of war scenes by battlefront . $
artists, including works by Mitchell Jamie- £
sen. George Grosz and Edward Lanning. #
through 8unday.
Howard University Gallery of Art. 1401
Sixth street N.W., open 11 a m. to 10 p m
daily: Exhibition of Negro art. through 1
June.
Barnet Aden Gallery, 127 Randolph
place N W open ft to 1ft pm. daily. 2 to
5 p.m. Sundays: Group show by Berkmann.
Calfee. Kainen, Lazzart. Pearlmutter and
Robinson, through the summer.
Artists’ Co-operative Gallery. 1820 M
street N.W.. open 10 am. to ft p m. daily,
H p.m. Wednesdays and 1 p.m. to ft p.m. g
Sundays: One man show or 23 oil paint
ings by John Chapman Lewis, through
June 20.
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Informal games, music, singing, all eve
ning and dancing on terrace, bridge, ping
pong. 9 o'clock tonight. Penthouse USO.
Seventeenth and K streets N W.
Pfrty at Glen Echo Park, leave lounge,
USO Club. 801 Pennsylvania avenue N.W.,
7 o'clock tonight.
Parties at Walter Reed and Betheada
Naval Hospitals, leave club lounRe, 8:30
o'clock, and square dance on roof, 8:30
o'clock tonight. USO Club. 1911 H street
N.W.
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