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District Skiers to Open Season
With 'Pre-Snow' Program
The Ski Club of Washington will
open its 13th season with a meeting
at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday.
“Presnow” sessions will be held for
physical conditioning, instruction of
novices and discussions of clothing,
equipment and places to skit. The
club will meet at the Palisadps Field
House, Dana and Sherrier places
N.W. Norman Moore, president,
will outline a schedule of activities
which will Include a preseason ski
school, to be held at 8 p.m. each
Monday from October 13 to Decem
ber 8 at Central High School Audi
torium, Thirteenth and Clifton
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 the fifth
day. Sundays and holidays are
counted the same as other days.
Leroy Pelham. 37, 336 Elm st. n.w.. and
Eleanor Simms, 44, 1248 Maryland ave.
n.e.
Creed Dennis, jr.. 21. 3203 Warder st. n.w.,
and Mildred Lewis, 17, 1831 California
st. n.w.
John Markussen, 32, Brooklyn. N. Y., and
Catherine Bell. 24. 1717 R st. n.w.
Adolph Turpon. 27. 643 14th st. n.e., and
Mary Blue, 26, 408 21st st. n.e.
Joseph Wells, jr., 27, 4617 Jay st. n.e., and
Norma Gray, 24, 1853 Kendall st. n.e.
Claude Powell, 2i, and Dorothy Page. 20,
both of Arlington.
_ /iUiUBWU. Oliu XlCICil
Pope. 43, 1320 21st st. n.w.
, Edward Rathell. 23, 122H N st. n.w., and
Mary Thompson, 20, 620 D st. s.e.
He:ir.' Lyon, 02. 1433 New Jersey ave. n.w.,
end Addle Chambers, 31, 33 Florida ave.
n.e.
Bc'1-..e Travers, 27. and Velma Branam,
23, both of Andrews Field,
Edv"i Klaus, 21, Hartford. Conn., and
i - *“ie Bouchard. 21. Raleigh Hotel.
we.ter Massey. 20. Chattanooga, Tenn.,
and Ann Jones, 22, Baltimore.
Ja re; Melton, 23. New London, Conn., and
Iatricia Aficock, IS), 1212 B st. n.e.
Psu. Wedding, 23, 3813 17th st. n.e., and
Anne Kruelle, 21. 3115 7th st. n.e.
Waldo Buxton, 42, Woonsocket. R. I., and
Weltha Walling, 42, 2222 Nicholson st.
s.e.
Frank Brinkman, 24, Alexandria, and Vir
ginia Leyda, 24. 1323 Clifton st. n.w.
John Redding, 39. and Edna Dorff, 26,
both of 1630 R st. n.w.
Emerson Johnson, 24, 858 20th st. n.e.,
• and Mary Walker, 19, 2223 10th st. n.w.
Frederick Postal, 36, 2942 2nd st. s.e., and
Evelyn Snyder, 29. 223 Orange st. s.e
Richard Staats. 19. Port Belvoir, and Mar,
Phipps, 22, Arlington Farms.
Nicholas Oledich, 26, Midland, Pa., and
Mane Jones, 22, 102 V st. n.e.
Martin Stoss. 31, 1303 Allison st. n.w., and
Frances Wendell, 28, 1631 Euclid st.
n.w.
Joseph Lomax, 20, Bowling Green, Va., and
Lucille Spears. 20, Port Royal. Va.
Herbert Hall, 25. Arlington, and Roberta
Dunaway, 20. 010 E st. n.v.
Robert Bresnahan. jr., 24. 711 D st. n.e,
and Margaret Moore. 20, Alexandria.
Births Reported
"tFrom the D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistics.)
Henry and Sarah Bassett, boy.
Julian and Viola Blincoe, boy.
Roland, jr., and Loretto Brown, boy.
Thomas and Elsie Costaggini, boy.
John and Mary Cotter, boy.
Gilbert and Bella Mae Creel, boy.
Leonard and Rita Di Giulian, boy.
James and Barbara Ennis, boy.
Delmar and Paulina Ford. boy.
Bruce and Betty Griffith, boy.
streets N.W. Jim Moore, former
Army ski troop instructor, will con
duct the physical conditioning pro
gram and train beginners in skiing
fundamentals.
Preliminary plans also will be dis
cussed at the first meeting for a
two-week Northern ski trip during
the winter holidays, to be led by H.
Van Buren Cleveland, and for other
week-end trips to ski areas. The
Wednesday program will include ski
movies and reports from officers.
Club officials said any one may at
tend the ski school and membership
in the Ski Club is not required.
There are no age limits.
Kollen and Slivia Hays, boy
Manuel and Lilly Hiller, boy'.
Woodrow and Margaret Long, boy.
Kenneth and Adel Lyons, boy.
Harry and iJorotny Martin, boy.
John and Ellen Merello (triplets}, girls
Joseph ana Annina Moran, bov.
Peter and Catherine'Moses, boy.
Harry and Violet Savaides. boy
Oiver and Dorothy Schriver, boy.
James and Maria Sebastian, boy.
John and Dorothy Stone, boy.
Dale and Selma Utterback, boy.
Lewis and Maxine Wroe, boy
Clifford and Bernice Bailey, girl
Gordon and Camilla Bethea, girl. *
Earl and Louise Brown, girl.
Joseph and Ruby Burrell, girl.
fRobert and Polly Childs, girl,
emley and Harriet Conyers, girl,
ernard and Dolly Craig, girl,
rteginald and Teala Datcher, girl.
James and Armenta Dean, girl
Beaufort and Cornelia Garrett, girl.
John and Bessie Graham, girl.
James and Naomi Hammond, girl.
William and Gertrude Hopkins, girl.
James and Minnie Knight, girl.
John and Sadie Laney, girl.
Tamae ^ A TT.4.1. VT1 .1_1_ 1 .
Richard and Fannie Norris., girl.
Edward and Mattie Palmer, girl.
John and Helen Taylor, girl.
Gene and Lillie Mae Thompson, girl.
Rathell and Addle Vailes, girl.
Mack and Elnora Warren, girl.
Bridge Classes to Start
Duplicate bridge instruction will
be given on Monday nights begin
ning at 8 o’clock tomorrow at the
Thomson Center, Twelfth and L
streets N.W., the city-wide division
of the District Recreation Depart
ment announced yesterday. Mrs.
Marian Barre will direct the in
struction.
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