Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1770-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: Library of Congress, Washington, DC
Newspaper Page Text
B—2 ** THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMRER 26. 1»47. r Mutation Mink Dyed r Deep §able Dyed r Wild Mink Dyed Your Choice From Finest quality skins beautifully worked and matched. Amazing value at this low price. Convenient payments arranged. Other Furs proportionately reduced. 4 ahiStHJtiSssa^isiSgatei^rli i *#» 1 Hi ;. • ...''• ;\. -■ " ••" . . V 0 !|i:iijiii; • J \m ostmt h.w. , • ■ ■ •' • ' M*tftr $hw» 1921 W^reToGo ^(MiatTo Do BIOSOPHY. “The Life end Philosophy of William James, " open discussion led by Maurice West, at the Biosophical Institute, Will ard Hotel. 8:30 o’clock tonight. BIRD WALK. Bird walk through Letter Estate, aus pices National Park Service: meet at an trance on Virginia State Highway^ No. H, T a.m. tomorrow or at 1416 F street N.W., 8:30 a.m. tomorrow. DANCES. Folk dancing, Thomson Center. Twelfth and L streets N.W.. 7:30 o clock tonight. North Dakota 3.ate Society dance. Hotel Statler. 9:30 u clock tonight. HIKE. Hike from Georgetown end of Key Bnus to Bullneck Run. Va.. to sluice for gold on site of the old Klrke Gold Mine: auspices Potomac Youth Hostel: meet et Key Bridge. 9:30 a.m. tomorrow. Bring mnch, beverage and swim suit. LUNCHEON. National Association of Manufacturers. Carlton Hotel. 1 o.m. tomorrow. Mem bers and guests. SPECIAL EXHIBITS. Artists Co-operative, 1820 M street N.W.. open 1 td 6 D.m. dally. Showing of ^contemporary Italian art, through Tues 'day. Petworth Branch. Public Library, Geor gia avenue and Upshur street N.W., open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays. Photographs of the Cleveland (Ohio) Camera Guild, sponsored by the National Photographic Society, through Tuesday. Bidewell Friends bcbmi, awui Wisconsin avenue N.W., open 9 a.m. to ft p.m. dally except Sunday; sixty-two priie-wlnning picture* from 1946 Kastman Kodak Na tional High School Photographic Contest, through October 3. Public Library, Eighth and K streets N.W., open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays; paintings by Samuel Bookats, through Tuesday. Arts Club of Washington, 2017 I street N.W., open weekdays 11 a.m. to ft p.m.. Sunday 2 to 5 p.m.: summer exhibition by members of the club, through Sunday. 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 ana fresh-water fish, for an indefinite period. Howaxd University Gallery of Art. on campus at 2401 Sixth street N.W., open 10 a.m. to ft p.m. Mondays through Fri days; student’s work of the Department of Art, through Tuesday. Library of Congress, open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays; original Leacock Abbey copy of the Magna Carta, on loan from the British govern ment until December 16. 1948: original draft of Lincoln’s Getyrsburg address, manuscript of Lincoln’s tfTree-page "auto biography,” both for an indefinite period; 80 rare and important books from the Rosenwald collection; documents and cor respondence of Abraham Lincoln, lor an indefinite period. "Some Aeronautics Ex periments,’’ and address presented bv Wil bur Wright before Western 8ociety of En gineers in Chicago. 1901, describing Wright brothers’ experiments, shown with early photographs. FOR SERVICEMEN. Soldiers. 8ailors and Marines' Club. 101ft L street N.W. Comfortable lounge, library, writing desks, billard table, radio and piano. Always open. Co-*d dancing, singinv. games. end entertainment. 9 o'ciock tonight. Pent; f The favorites of the younger set from the small fry to the keen teens. We have them all! The shoes you'll wear and wear and wear ZX'Y hik(I( everywhere this season. Our "Young Casuals" * are the tops in style, value and workmanship. Ltitr' Open evenings until 9:00 ^iMART CORDUROY SAG in wine, brown or green. Adjustable strap length. Handy outside compartment contains memo pad, address book, pencil and comb-5.OO plus tax _I I Four Convenient Locations to Serve You: it Felser's, 901 H St. N.E. ★ Scott's, 3139 M St. N.* it Scott's, S18 King St., it Scott's Silver Spring Alexandria Shopping Center *°0' . >v. ^ \ MAIL ORDERS FILLED ’---Xi! VSO. Seventeenth end K itree.fi N Miniature toll, leave club lounge. 1:30 i o clock: Ding-Dong, card garnet and bowling with duck Dina. 8:30 o'clock tonight.: UBO Club. 1011 H street M.W. Sance with Rythm Makers Band. 8:301 >ck tonight. 080 Club. 1011 K street N.W. Babies Registered for Jobs So prized are jobs in the Tata industrial plants of India that | babies are often registered at birth for future employment there. Potomac Supply Officers * To Hold Dinner Tonight jj The volunteer supply officers’ j t division of the Potomac River Naval Command will hold a bullet J dinner and dance at 7:30 o’clock tonight at the Army ahd Navy ' Country Club. Guests will include Rear Admiral1 ——■ ■■ —■■'I., |i. ■ I dwin D. Poster, U. S. N„ assistant hief of the Bureau of Supplies and .ccounts, and Rear Admiral Wilfred . McNeil, U. S. N. R„ assistant to le Secretary of National Defense On the entertainment program dU be the Potomac Clippers Quar-! tet, member* of the Washington Chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America, Inc., and an amateur magician, Wallace Davis, former Navy lieutenant. % 1 4 \ 610 I uAe^tiv SiActi n p 1/ressmaker JJoat of importance rounds your hipline, belts your waist, flares to a full sweeping skirt. In black or grey all-wool needlepoint for misses. 59.95 Mink-minded, value-minded MUSKRAT I - Muskrat with the tawny richness, the deep softness, the fashion I look of mink. Muskrat superbly crafted by Saks in the new ^ silhouette. Muskrat value-priced to give you more fur, more wear for your money, $295 to $375* *Plut tax. ft * " a 11