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PENXA. ±OT HER FAMOUS.PRQDUCTS:^COIUMBIAiUIXERTA~O^MEEHir_E A HAXD-EMIUI*fuJARJ(S Maryland AAUW to Meet In Kensington This Week A State art exhibit will be a feature of the 11th annual con vention of the Maryland Divi sion, American Association of University Women, to be held Friday and Saturday in Ken sington, Md. Registration will begin at 2:30 p.m Friday in the Homewood- Capitol View Recreation Build ing, with a board meeting scheduled for - 3 p.m. in the nearby Oakland Terrace School. During this period tea will be served the incoming delegates from throughout the State in the recreation hall. Guest speaker at the dinner to be served at 6:30 p.m. Friday in the Masonic Temple will be Dr. Laura Bornholdt, interna ■■■" Open Thursdays, 9 AM. to 8:30 Rarely on a bore black antelope Jf sandal or a transparent ■ if vinylite ankle strap V \ with black antelope trim. \ . JJf t W 1101 Connecticut Avenue tionai relations associate on the National AAUW headquarters staff. Her topic will be "A For eign Policy Briefing.” Introductory comments will be made by Robert Gordon of the policy report staff of the Department of State. Dr. Paul M. A. Llnebarger, professor at the School of Ad vanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University, wih be the guest speaker at the Sat urday luncheon to be held in the Westmoreland Congrega tional Church. Mrs. William Maltbie of Bal timore is State president of the organization and Mrs. J. D. Sweeney is convention chair man. Enoaqement Pad Civic ond Study Clubs UftiTCrstt? Womens' Club—Tomorrow, 3 p.m.. French conversation. Tomor £?*• * Pm., club tea; speakv. 8. O. KhaUQ. "Modern Pakistan.” Monday. 7:15 p.m., board ot directors meet in*. Tuesday. 7 p.m.. portrait painting troup. Tuesday. 8 p.m.. Shakespeare Sroup. Wednesday. 11 a.m.. fun with oners group. Wednesday. 6)<BO p.m.. dinner for membership and April birthday groups. Wednesday, 7 p.m . Spanish conversation. Thursday. 11 a.m.. poetry group. Friday, 10::30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.. Red Crass surgical dressing unit. , Women’s City Club—Tomorrow. 7 p.m., French class. Tuesday. 7:30 p.m.. bridge and canasta. Wednesday. R p.m.. travelogue. Friday. 1:30 p.m., bridge. Friday, 11 a.m.. discussion group and luncheon. American Association of University Wo men. Arlington Branch—Tomorrow. 1 to 3 p.m... consumer interest group with Mrs. C. W. Scoville. 5125 North Tenth s tract; speaker, Mrs. Adrla Lynham. stHow Advertising Affects the Consumer.” Tuesday. 8 pm., general branch meeting. Thomas Jefferson Junior High Bchool auditorium: Speak er. Mrs. Agnes E. Meyer. Wednesday. 1 p.m . literary group with Mrs.. Louis Vieman, 4880 North Thirty-fourth str*et. AAUW. Bethesda-Chevy Chase Branch— Tomorrow. 8 p.m., international re lations group with Mrs. Clifford Betts. 18 Winston drive. Bethesda; program. "Understanding Our Allies." Tuesday. R P.m... fellowship bridge group with Mrs Thomas Bagg. North Branch road. Bethesda. Tuesday. 3 2:30 p.m., status of women group with Mrs. Clifford Schmitz. 6800 Hillandale road. Chevy Chase. Wednesday. 12:30 p.m., con temporary literature and drama group with Mrs. W. R. Lester. 8323 Thirty first street N.W. Wednesday. 8 pm., fellowship bridge group with Mrs. Hugh Jackson. 8200 Utah avenue. Thursday. 8 p.m.. art in the home group with Mrs. Clifford Betts, 16 . Winston drive. Bethesda. AAUW, Washington Branch—Tuesday, 2 p.m.. 1785 Massachusetts avenue N.Wjt ioint meeting of afternoon group and legislative committee. Tues day; 7 p.m., African study group. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., social studies group, discussion of problems of Na tional Training School for Girls. Thursday. 6:45 p.m., 1634 I street N.W., All-Branch dinner; speaker. Mrs. Martha Lemberger. "Austria." Saturday. 2:15 pm., arts tour. 33d biennial exhibition at Corcoran Gal lery of Art. AAUW, Alexandria Branch—Tuesday. 8 p m., creative writing group with Mrs. Robert S. Chamberlain. 804 Granview drive. Thursday, 10:30 a.m.. morn ing literary group with Mrs. Chamber lain. Thursday. 8 p.m.. evening lit erary group with Mrs. James E. Fitg- Simmons. 3754 Gunston road. AAUW. Kensington Branch—Thursday R p.m.. Homewood Recreation Center: topic. "Women of the Kensington Community; Their Contribution Through the Years.” AAUW. Maryland Division—Friday. 2:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.. Oakland Terrace Ele mentary School. Btate board meeting. Friday. 0:30 p.m.. Masonic Hall. Ken sington. dinner meeting; speakers. Laura Bornholdt and Robert. Gordon. Saturday, 0:30 a.m. to noon. Home wood Recreation Center, annual busi ness meeting. Saturday. 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.. Westmoreland Congre gational church, art exhibit and lunch eon; speakers. Laura Bornholdt. Paul M. A. Llnebar-»r. "The Potentials of Psvrhniogical Warfare.” Twentieth Ontnry Club—Thursdnv. 11 a.m.. literature section. YWCA, speaker. Janice Holland. "Illustrating and Writing." Business and Professional Clubs National Secretaries Association—Tomor row. 7:15 D.m., Capital. Chapter. YWCA, business meeting: speaker. Clara L. Lon-streth. “Clvit Defense." Wednesday. 8:30 nm . Presidential Chapter. 1526 New Hamnshire avenue N.W.. dinner meeting. Wednesday. 7 p.m . Executive chapter Knights of Columbus Hall. "Boss Nit*" party. District Business and Professional Wom en’s Club Tomorrow. 7:30 p.m., Barker Hall, YWCA, business meeting. Dlatriet Women's Accident and Health Association—Tuesday. 0:30 p.m . Ken nedy-Warren Hotel, business meeting. National Executive Housekeepers Asso ciation—Tuesday, R p.m., Willard Hotel, regular meeting. Zonta Club—Wednesday. 12:30 p.m., YWCA. Seventeenth and K streets N.W., speaker. Lucille Reynolds. » "The Place of Women in the Far East Countries.’’ Soroptimlst Club of Washington— Wednesday. 1 p.m., Willard Hotel, luncheon and Ventura Club program. Community Clubs Woman's Club of Lyon Village—Tomor row, 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.. Lyon Village Community House, fine arts department workshop. Wednesday, 8 p m., music department with Mrs. G. M. Green, 1503 North Fillmore 6treet, Arlington. Thursday, R p.m, bridge group with Mrs. U. M. Sharp, 2000 North Franklin road. Arlington. Takoma Park Woman’s Club—Tomorrow, 12:30 p.m., government study depart ment with Mrs. B. B. Derrick. 1331 Locust road N.W. Woman’s Community Club of Kensington —Tomorrow. 8 p.m.. Masonic building, monthly meeting. I Emerson 3*7700 —I*2 I*4 busts stop at the door TATTERSALL CHECKS \ Cruisaline’ rayon woven /' / jS,] i m / / checks with a new nubbed y linen texture, cut to slim 4| j and versat *i e * u * t lines \ / that are so right for town* /j or-travel. Wide-collared JsSKSm v/SBi ?./ jacket over a sheath skirt, / lo*fwhlwfi ' f ' Ue * ° r TOWn 00 white - Sizes 10 to 18 * 2500 Posfagt prepaid ImM ' ® r ' WE KEEP OUR PWCES OOWN v Woman's Club of Chevy Chase—Tomor row. 8 p.m.. garden section. Tuesday. 9 a.m., art section. Tuesday. 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Spanish classes. Wednesday. 9 a.m.. art section. (Wednesday. 9:45 a.m., music section. Wednesday. 11 a.m.. music section. Wednesday noon, monthly meeting; speaker. Dr. James G. McManaway. "Shakespeare Attends the Coronation." Thursday. 10:30 a.m.. French section. Thursday. 9 a.m.. art section classes. Friday. 9 a.m.. art section. Friday. 2 p.m., literature section: speaker. Mary Van Fossen Schwab. "Experiences in the Writing and Marketing of Short Stories and Articles." Clarenford Woman's Club Tuesday. 12:15 p.m.. with Mrs. William Crow. 1258 North Buchanan atreet. Arling ton. Junior Woman's Club of Silver Spring— Tuesday, fine arts section. Arena Stage. Wednesday. 8 o.m„ American home section with Mrs. John Williams. 8904 Walden road. Silver Spring; speaker. Mrs. William C. Flaherty. Woman’s Club of Woodslde—Wednesday. 12:30 p.m.. Rock Creek Shelter In Meadowbrook. picnic lunch, and meet ing. HHlandale Woman's Club Thursday. 8:15 pm.. HUlandale Recreation Cen ter, election of officers: speaker, Mrs. Kathryn Lawlor. Fetworth Woman’s Club—Friday, 8 p.m., Petworth Methodist Church. Grant Circle N.W.. presentation of the play, "The Paisley Shawl." Sororities Phi Delta Gamma. Beta Chapter—Today. : 3 p.m., Woodhull House. George Wash ington University; election of Officers. ; Delta Sigma Epsilon, Washington Alum nae Charter—Tuesday, 8 p.m.. with , Mrs. John Michaels. 6708 TTilrty ftrst avenue, West Hyattaville: des sert meeting. ' Alpha PI Chapter, Mother's ' Club of Alpha Delta Fi—Wednesday, 8 p.m., ; 1202 North Hartford street. Arling ; ton; speaker. Miss Curling. North Arllngton-Falls Church Alumnae of Alpha Delta Pl—Thursday. 8 p.m., , with Mrs. Claude Mllllken, 1101 North George Mason drive, Arlington. ; Miscellaneous Clubs 1 Women's Auxiliary, Ascension and St. Agnes Church—Today, 2:30 p.m . with Miss Florence Gregory. 710 ‘ Crittenden street N.E. District Branch, National League of , American Pen Women—Today, 4 to , 8 p.m.. studio. 1851 Columbia road N.W.. annual tea of poetry group. > Tomorrow. 8 p.m.. features group, studio. Thursday, 2 p.m., art group. ; with Mrs. G. G. Gaydasn. 1517 Twenty-eighth street N.W. Town Club—Tomorrow. 12:30 p.m., luncheon with Mrs. Samuel Bogley, Potomac, Md. Women's National Democratic Club— Tomorrow. 12:30 p.m., luncheon; speaker. Herbert Block. : Sisterhood of Washington Hebrew Con gregation—Tomorrow. J .30 p in., temple vestry rooms, regular meeting; I speaker, Frank J. Fappas. Federal Narcotics Bureau. B'nai Israel Sisterhood Tomorrow. ; 12:30 p.m., sisterhood room of the synagogue, dessert luncheon meeting. Huguenot Society—Tomorrow. 8 p.m.. St. John’s Parish House. 821 Six teenth street N.W., annual meeting. Women's Auxiliary to the District Den tal Society—Tuesday. 12:30 p.m., Washington Golf and Country Club, 1 luncheon meeting; speaker. Merlo J. t Pusey, "The Art of Keeping Our Shirts On.” PEO Sisterhood. Chapter B—Tuesday. 8 p.m., 1851 columoia road N.W. Women's Association of Allied Beverage Industries —Tuesday. 12:30 p.m.. Ho tel 2400. luncheon; speaker, Paul Mayer, "Public Relations.” D. «J. League of Republican Women— Wednesday, 1:30 p.m., 208 First street 8.E., membership committee. Irving Oooper Foundation—Wednesday. . ! 10107 Gardiner avenue. Silver Spring. 1 . Women's Auxiliary, District Pharmaceu . tical Association— Wednesday. 12:30 , p.m.. Burlington Hotel, meeting and 1 election. Writers League of Washington-—Thurs day. 8 p.m., 1851 Columbia road N.W., meeting. District Daughters of the American Revo -1 lution—Today. 3 p.m.. Mary Banlett Chapter with Mrs. William D. Mar shall. 4844 North Twenty-Fourth ■ street, Arlington; speaker, Mrs. David 1 L. Wells. Tomorrow. 1 p.m.. Victory Chapter with Mrs. Earl Hutchinson. 3800 North Twenty-Third street. Ar i lington. Tomorrow, 2 p.m., Army- Navy Chapter. Chapter House; speaker,. 1 Mrs. Royal E. Ingersoll. Tomdrrow. 8 p.m., American Chapter, with Mrs. Paul B. Divvcr. jr.. 8912 Galvin Court. . Bradley Hills Grove. Bethesda. To morrow. 8:30 p.m.. Deborah Knapp and E. Piuribus Unum. joint meeting; Chapter House: speakers. Brig. Gen. Bonner Fellers and Constantine . BoldyrefT, "National Defense.” Tues day. 10 am.. Naturalization Court. , Fourth street and Constitution avenue N.W. Tuesday. 1:30 p.m., Ruth Brewster Chapter. Chapter House. ; Tuesday. 8 p.m.. President Monroe ; Chapter with Mrs. William A. Bow man, 430 Quackcnbos street N.W ; sneaker, Mrs. V. E. Chatelaine. Wed • nesday. 1 p.m.. Sarah Franklin Chap ter. Chapter House. Friday. 1 I a m.. Chapter House Corporation, Chapter House. Saturday. 7:45 a.m.. members i to meet at Union Station for trip to Valley Forge for dedication of Bell Tower. DAR Leaders Arriving for 62d Congress By Frances Lide Officials of the National So ciety, Daughters of the Ameri can Revolution, already are ar riving in Washington for the 62nd Continental Congress of the DAR. Mrs. James B. Patton, presi dent general, will call the five day convention to order the evening of Monday, April 20. in Constitution Hall. A number of preliminary ses sions have been scheduled this week, however, including a pil grimage to Valley Forge. Pa., on Saturday, for the dedication of the DAR Memorial Bell Tower. Also on this, week's agenda ara a cabinet meeting on Wednes day, followed by a party for the press from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Mayflower Hotel, and an all day meeting of the board of management on Friday. The big pre-congress event this year is the Valley Forge pilgrimage which will mark the conclusion of a project started during the administration of Mrs. William H. Pouch in 1944. A special train will take dele ' gates from Washington early Saturday and they will be joined at Philadelphia by groups com ing from other sections of the country. Approximately 1,000 are expected to attend. The Memorial Bell Tower, lo cated at the Valley Forge Na tional Park, will house the Na tional Carillon. It was erected | by the DAR at a cost of approxi mately $360,000. I Mrs. Patton will make the principal address at the dedica tion. Also on the pre-congress cal endar is the traditional memorial service to be held next Sunday in Constitution Hall for members who have died during the past year. At the same gathering, the Daughters will pay tribute to the founders of the DAR in a ceremony at the Founders’ Me morial on the south grounds of | national headquarters. | Mrs. Patton has announced i that the theme of the congress | will be “Individual Rcsponsibil ity.” Her keynote address at the ! opening session will be on that | subject and the theme will be developed in subsequent meet ings. Mrs. Geoffrey Creyke of Washington is in charge of the Program Committee. In discussing the congress, Mrs. Patton declared that the society has never been in a more favorable position as a patriotic organization. “Our membership j has steadily Increased and the | work of the chapters and the I State organizations during the ' past 12 months has been at a ; record high level,” she said. The president general, who will complete her three-year term of office at the convention, pointed out, in addition to the Memorial Bell Tower, contribu tion of funds to pay for the DAR building program carried out several years ago have reduced the debt to a minimum. She expressed hope that the balance of funds needed for the : two projects would be pledged j during the congress. The triennial election of na ' tionai officers will be a highlight of the meeting, with the out come apparently assured. Miss Gertrude S. Carraway of New Bern, N. C., now editor of the DAR magazine, is unopposed so far as a candidate for president general and no opposition has been announced for her asso ciate candidates. Two Washington area women —Mrs. Creyke and Mrs. Robert V. H. Duncan of Alexandria— are on the slate. Mrs. Duncan is running for the office of or ganizing secretary general and Mrs. Creyke for librarian gen eral. In addition, there will be th« annual election of vice presi dents general. Nominations will be made Wednesday evening and dele gates will cast their ballots on Thursday. Following adjournment of the congress on Friday, the Daugh ters will be received at the White House at 3 p.m. by Mrs. Eisen hower. The final banquet that night will be held at the May flower Hotel.