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hat To Do
BOOK REVIEW.
“Miracle of the Bells,” by Russell Janney.
reviewed in open discussion at the Blo
sophlcal Institute, Willard Hotel, 8 o'clock
tonight.
DANCE.
Community dance. Roosevelt High
School center. Thirteenth and Upshur
streets N.W . 8:30 o'clock tonight.
Summer Time dance, sporsored by Dis
trict Recreation Department. Central
Center. Thirteenth and Clifton streets N.W..
8:30 o'clock tonight.
DRAMA.
“A Midsummer Night's Dream.” Shake
spearean comedy, presented by Mount
Vernon Players in "Shakespeare in
Shirtsleeves'1 series, on square in front of
church, Ninth and K streets N.W.. 8:40
o'clock tonight and tomorrow night.
MUSIC.
Navy Band concert, formal gardens,
Walter Reed Hospital, 8 o'clock tonight.
Army Bana concert, east front of the
Capitol, 8 o'clock tonight.
SPECIAL EXHIBITS.
Arts Club of Washington, 2017 I street
N W . open weekdays 11 a.m. to 5 p.m..
Sundays 2 to 5 p.m.; summer exhibition
by members of club, through September 28.
Fish and Wildlife Service, under main
lobby in Commerce Department Building.
Fourteenth and E streets N.W., open 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. daily; display of animals
and fresh-water fish, for an indefinite
period.
National Gallery of Art. Sixth street
and Constitution avenue N.W.. open 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and 2 to 10 p.m.
Sundays, exhibition of chlarouscuro prints,
through September 15. •
Library of Congress, open 9 a.m. to 10
p.m. weekdays, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays;
original Lacock Abbey copy of the Magna
Carta, on loan from the British govern
ment until December 15, 1948; original
draft of Lincoln's Gettysburg address,
, manuscript of Lincoln's three-page "auco
biography.” both for an indefinite period,
fifth annual exhibition of prints produced
in 1940. from the Pennell collection,
through August 1; 80 rare and important
books from the Rosenwald collection,
through September: Utah centennial exhi
bition. including photographs and histori
cal matter pertaining to the development
of the State, through August 31.
Public Library. Eighth and K streets
N.W, open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday
through Friday; prints and drawings by
John C. Rogers, through Thursday.
Washington Artists' Co-operative, 1820
M street N.W.. open Monday through Sun
day, 1 to 0 pm: summer exhibit by mem
bers of co-operative, through Thursday.
National Archives. Constitution avenue
between Seventh and Eighth streets N.W..
open 8:45 a.m. to 6:16 p.m. weekdays and
1:30 to 5 p.m. Sundays; exhibit marking
200th anniversary of birth of John Paul
Jones, through Thursday. .
Howard University Gallery of Art. on
campus at 2401 Sixth street N.W., open 10
a.m. to 5 P.m. Mondays through Fridays;
student work of the Department of Art,
through September. _ „ . , .
Barnet Aden Gallery. 127 Randolph
place N W., open rt to 10 p.m. dally and
2 to 5 p.m. Sundays; group strow by Berk
man CafTee, Kaiser. Lazzari. Pearlmutter
and Robinson, through the summer.
TFEN CLUBS.
Special activities, including Jam sessions.
1 talent shows, dances with orchestras,
swims, bowling and games, for teen-agers
only beginning at 7:30 o'clock tonight, at
the following centers: „ „
Bo—- Branch. YMCA. 1738 G street
N W : Club Teen, 614 E street N W , Junior
Police and Citizens' Corps headquarters.
720 Barr; place N.W.; Peti-teen Basement
Clubroom. 1318 Twenty-second street
N.W.; Ivy City Junior Police Center, 1700
U street N.E., and Langston Junior Police
Center, 2701 E street Circle N.E.
FOR SERVICEMEN.
Bowling with duckoins and other games.
8:30 o’clock tonight, USO Club. 1911 H
street N.W. ....
Swimming, dancing, bridge, sketching
and music, 8:30 o'clock, and semiformal
dance with orchestra. 9 o'clock tonight.
Penthouse USO, Seventeenth and K streets
N.W._
Marriage License
Applications
Under D. C. laws couples must
apply for a marriage license on
one day, wait three full days and
receive the license on tha fifth
day. Sundays and holidays are
counted the same as other days.
Samuel Temtn. 27, 4910 9th st. n.w., and
Esther Crowell, 22. 4212 7th st. n.w,
Andrew Tait. 27, 9700 Browns lane. Ken
sington. Md . and Theresa Gill. 2o,
1447 Chapin st. n.w.
Joseph Hellen. 40. 2016 Connecticut ave.
n.w.. and Eleanor Curry, 36, 1430 Rhode
Island ave. n.w.
Morris Waxman. 31. 4806 Kansas ave.
n.w., and Ruth Frumkin, 26, 325 De
catur st. n.w.
Oscar Davis. 32. 800 Crittenden st. n.w .
and Helen Bailey, 22, 410 Cedar st. n.w.
John Hepburn, 27. 3903 Utah ave.. Brent
wood, Md,. and Elizabeth Picks, 19.
2637 North Florida st., Arlington.
Paul Anstead, 28. 120 Kentucky ave. s.e..
and Mary Winkler, 27, 1617 22nd st.
Alger' Wiedrlch. 47, and June Steele, 25.
both ol 1432 N st. n.w. _
Harry Davey. 19. and Mary Hamby, 19,
both of 1247 C St. s.e. _ „
Jack Reeves. Jr., 22, Falmouth, Va., and
Donna Kemper, 20, 3511 Minnesota ave.
s.e.
Joseph Sheridan, 28. and Dorothy Ben
dict. 23, both or 11 16th st. s.e.
Anthony Hoff. 33, 1407 E st s.e. and
Thelma French. 32. Cottage'Clty. Md.
James Martin. 20, 22 Burns st. n.e., and
Doris Truax. 18. 5300 Tilden hts., De
catur Heights. Md.
Grover Chapman, 23. Newport News, and
Isolde Fonseca, 23, 5301 Colorado ave.
Lonu'Polito. 27. Philadelphia, and Nancy
Warner. IS. TOO Alabama ave, s.e.
Gay Calhoun, 21, 1942 Newton st. n.w., and
Marjorie Simpson, 21. 1434 Newton st.
n.w.
James Berry 32, and Edith Nash, 29, both
of 626 14th st. n.e.
James Willis, 21, and Fannie Welch, 21,
both of Spotsylvania, Va.
William Jamison. 21, 1840 Kendall st. n.e.,
and Theresa Riley, 17, 1819 Central pi.
n.e.
Ferguise Mayronne. Jr.. 24. 50 P st. n.w.
and Edna Dick. 22. 70 P st. n.w.
Bo'omon Ross. 26. and Estell Harris, 30,
both of 723 Otis nl. n.w.
Leo Jones, 29, and Betty Rivers, 24, both
of 48 H st. n.e.
John Adams. 20. 625 K st. n.w., and
Ellen Easley. 17, 17 K st. n.w.
Don Butler. 20. 300 Maple ave.. Takoma
Park, and Jeanette Watson, 17, 1917
Harlem ave.. Baltimore, Md.
Cyril Turner, ir„ 26. 2-F Norlhway rd„
Greenbelt. Md . and Eileen Macintosh,
22, 10-L Parkway rd.. Greenbelt. Md.
Burtis VerNaar. jr.. 27. 3813 17th st. n.e.,
and Catherine Keeeh. 27, 1712 Allison
at. n.e.
Welford Hudson. 27. and Sylvia Moore. 24.
both of 732 Somerset pi. n.w.
Melvin Logan. 32. 930 P st. n.w., and
Beatrice Lee. 22. 506 7th st. n.e.
Joseph Greenfield. 43. 415 23rd Pi. n.e.,
ant Bertie Austin, 33, 1638'i New Jer
sey ave. n.w,
Wesley Stubbs. 24. 1430 W st. n.w.. and
I Yvonne Jones. 21, Springfield. Mass.
David Mason. 46. and Evelyn Sperling.
38. both of New York City.
Robert Moore. Jr.. 21, Howard University,
and Geneva 'Brown. 21, 76 Seaton pL
n.w.
Ambrose Fahy. 49. Rome. Ga.. and Francis
Wolff. 47. 1831 Balmont rd. n.w.
Lester Draheim. 22. 312 Raleigh st. s.e..
and Beverly Fortney. 21. 1642 Fort Davis
st. s.e.
Thomas Beckham. 26, 9208 Longbraneh
pkwy.. Silver Spring. Md., and Ethel
Fowler, 30. 608 Somerset pi. n.w.
Charles Chalifour, 21. Salem. Mass., and
Wondola Brock. 19. 806 20th st. n.w.
Robert White. 24. 1524 East Capitol st.,
and Margaret Callaghan, 21, 930 16th
st. n.w.
Benjamin Taylor. 58. 3632 Jenifer st. n.w.,
and Marguerite Nevitt. 39, 3936 Mor
rison st. n.w.
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