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Border-Portrait, OF NAT NOTABLES Hon c«g 1313 F STREET N.W. & $ lO NA. 8-8700 On the Engagement Pad Civic and Study Clubs Unireriltr Women’* Clnb—Tomorrow. 3 p.m.. French conversation. Tomorrow, 4 p.m.. club tea. Tomorrow, 5 p.m.. Spanish cinerama. Tomorrow 7:30 p.m.. eveninit book review by Mrs. P. F. Eipcnschied. Tuesday. 6:3u p.m., art appreciation (croup dinner. Tues day 7 p.m.. portrait oalntlne croup. Tuesday. 8 p.m.. “The Ooldflnch in Art.” by Dr. Herbert Friedmann. Wednes day, 11:30 a.m.; current events group. Wednesday, 6 P.m.. member ship dinner. Wednesday. 7 p.m.. Span.sh conversation. Thursday. II a.m.. book review by Mrs. Louise Shep ard. Thursday. 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., Red Cross surgical dressing unit. Women’s City Club—Tomorrow 7 p.m.. French class. Tuesday. 7’30 p - m x bridge and canasta. Wednesday, 8 p.m., book review. Friday. 1:30 p.m., bridge. _ American Association of University Wom en, Arlington Branch Tomorrow. 11 am. to 3 p.m., creative writing group with Mrs. Lemuel Banks. 717 North Edison street. Tuesday. 1 p.m.. international relations. Buckingham Community Center: sneaker. James Mark. “Trade. Not Aid.’’ Tuesday. 2 p.m.. interior decorating. Held trip and lecture. Potomac Electric Power Co- Eleventh and E streets N.W. Tuesday. 8 D.m.. ceramics, with Mrs. Edwin Hauber. 1028 North Edaewood Wednesday. 8 p.m.. social studies, with Mrs. T. J. Parker, 4310 North Becond road: discussion. "The th’e, Middle Child, and the Adopted Child.” Wednesday. 8 p.m.. International relations, with Mrs. Ben White. 3005 North Second road: speaker, Mrs. A. W. Tenney. “U. s. Foreign Policy Toward Israel.” Tues »sk’ for c& n with Mrs. John Oortner. 2734 Fort Bcott drive. AAUW. Betbasda-Chevx Chase Branch— Sr 0I !l or JP?’ 8 ; 30 P.m.. Chew Chase Methodist Church parish house, an ”u»i bxnduet; speaker Miss Bertha 8. Adkins. Tuesday 8 p.m.. creative wrung group, with Mrs. R. W Sheay, ‘}1 7 Thomas Branch drive, Rockville, AAUW, Alexandria Branch—Tuesday. 4 »•»•. International relations group, with Miss Thelma Baughman. 718 South Bt. Asaph street. Apt. 208. AAUW, Washington Branch—Wednes day, 11 ajn.. arts poetry group. 1785 Massachusetts avenue N.W. Wednes day, 7:30 p.m., joint meeting. Edu cation and Legislative Committees. Thursday. 7:30 p.m.. Legislative Com mittee. Twentieth Centuky Clnb—Tuesday. 10 a.m., civics education section, “Clean up Week.” Tour ol the Division ct Sanitation of the District; meet at Room 2026, Municipal Center. 300 Indiana avenue N.W. Tuesday. 2 p.m., art section, third floor assembly room, YWCA: speaker. Mrs. Harrison Parker, "Thorne Miniature Rooms.” Excelsior Literary Clnb—Tuesday. 12:30 &m., with Mrs. Harvey Beaver. 4104 arrlson street N.W. Business and Professional Clubs Pilot Clnb—Tuesday, 8:16 p.m., Bur lington Hotel, installation of ofllcers. Home Economists In Business—Tuesday, 6:30 p.m., Mount Vernon Seminary. 2100 Foxhall road N.W.. dinner: speaker. John W. Ousted, director of counseling center. University Qf Maryland. Southeast Business and Professional Women’s Club Tuesday. 8 D.m., Church of the Holy Communion, 3640 Nichols avenue BE. Zonta Club Wednesday, 12:30 p.m., YWCA, club luncheon: speaker. Miss Hvlda Jenkins, “Recent Developments In Nursing.” Soroptlmist Club—Wednesday. 1 p.m., Little Cabinet Room. Willard Hotel. American Library Association—Thurs day. 8 p.m.. Department of Interior library. Eighteenth and C streets N.W.. "Current Legislation Affecting Books and Libraries.” Community Clubs Takoma Park Women’s Club —Tomor- row. 10:30 a.m.. garden department, with Mrs. Harley A. Prescher. 8600 Second street N.W.: speaker. Mrs. John Boxievlch, “Iris and Daffodils.” Tuesday, 1:15 p.m., art department, with Mrs. Flora Gill Jacobs. 108 Thornapple street. Chevy Chase: hostess to discuss “Antiquing in Miniature.” Wednesday, 12:30 p.m., homemakers’ department with Mrs Charles B. Broome, 614 Aspen street N.W. Thursday. 1 p.m., music de partment. with Mrs. Edmund L. Green. 107 Tulin avenue. Thursday, 8 p.m.. drama department, with Mr. and Mrs. William C. Giesey. 90 Elm avenue. Woman's Club of Ivon Village—To morrow. 1:15 p.m.. International rela tions and literature departments with Mrs. C. M. Chaffee. Jr.. 2114 North Sixteenth street. Arlington. Junior Woman’s Club of Sliver Spring— Tomorrow. 8 p.m., arts and crafts section, Falkland recreation room. Sixteenth street and East-West high way. Silver Spring. Woman’s Club of Chevy Chase—Tuesday. 9 a.m.. art section. Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.. Spanish classes. Wednesday. 9 a.m., art section, classes. Wednesday, 9:45 a.m., music section, rehearsal. Thursday. 10:30 a.m. to noon, French study group. Thursday. 12:15 p.m.. 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AT V STREET IN ANACOSTIA OVER 50 BEDROOM SUITES ON DISPLAY PARK ON OUR LOT •- OPEN DAILY 9 TO 9. SATURDAYS TIL 6 0 LU. 4-4000 CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED meeting. Friday. 9 a.m- art section. Friday. 8:30 p.m., square dance sec tion. meeting. Junior Woman’s Club of Chevy Chase— Thursday. 8 p.m.. American home, with Mrs. George F. Tltrington, 211 Rosemary street, Chevy Chase. Md.; speaker. Mrs. Melvin Brethouwer. “Ways to Prepare Our Children for School.” Saturday. 12:30 p.m.. fashion show. Kenwood Country Club. College Clubs Wlnthrop College Alumnae Thursday. 6:30 p.m., YWCA, election of ofllcers. Sororities Mu Chapter or Delta Kappa Gamma- Today, 4 p.m., home economics de partment, Fairfax High School, meet ing. Delta Gamma Northern Virginia Asso ciation—Tomorrow. 8 p. m., with Mrs. Wallace N. Flint. 4524 Thirty second street North. Arlington: speak er, Mrs. Edward Odom, "Flower Ar _ rangements in the Horae.” Washington Alumnae Chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon—Tomorrow. 8 p. m- St. An drew’s Church. College avenue. Col lege Park. Md.. meeting. Theta Upsllon District Alumnae— Tuesday, 8 p. m„ with Mrs. George E. WlHers. 6311 Twenty-fifth street North, Arlington. Miscellaneous Clubs Cured Cancer Club—Tuesday. 8 p. m., with Mrs. Oliver 8. Kern, 6518 Fifth street N. W. City of Hope, Montgomery County. Mary land District Chapter—Today, 9 p. in to midnight. Stahsbury Lodge. Georgia and Missouri avenues NW., dance. Columbia Heights Art Club—Tomorrow, with Mrs. John E. Briggs, the Ar gonne. 1929 Columbia road N. W. Chemical Corps Wives’ Club—-Tuesday, 12:30 p. m- Army Navy Country Club, luncheon. Woman’s National Democratic Club—To morrow. 12:30 p.m., luncheon; speak er. Senator Russell B. Long of Louisi ana, “This Week in the Benate.” Thursday, 12:30 p.m., luncheon; speaker, Stephen A. Mitchell, chair man of the Democratic National Com mittee. Rock Creek Women’s Republican Club— Tomorrow. 1:30 p.m.. Woman’s Club of Bethesda, Old Georgetown and So noma roads. Bethesda; speaker. Sen ator John Marshall Butler. Democratic Women’s National Council— Tomorrow, 8 p.m., Woman’s National Democratic club house, 1526 New Hampshire avenue N.W.; speaker. Rep resentative Grade Pfost, Democrat of Idaho. Hsdassah, Silver Spring Chapter—To morrow, 8:15 p.m., meeting; speaker, Leah Kushner. Women's League of the Arlington Jewish Center—Tomorrow, 8:30 p.m., meet ing. National Council of Jewish Women, Montgomery County Section Tues day, 1 p.m., Montgomery County Jew ish Community Center, monthly mem bership meeting. Washington Section of the Bradford Family Compact—Tuesday. 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.. DAR Chapter House. 1732 Massachusetts avenue N.W. Women’s Auxiliary of the Craftsman’s Club. United States Veterans’ Admin istration—Tuesday, 8 p.m- with Mrs. Patience Salsbury, 4837 Western ave nue N.W. Langley Hebrew Congregation Sisterhood —Tuesday. 8:15 p.m., J. Enos Ray School. New Hampshire avenue and Ray road, white elephant sale. 2)ena Greenberg Chapter of Deborah— Wednesday. 8:30 p.m.. Hotel 2400, meeting. P. E. O. Sisterhood, Chapter T—Thurs day. 11:30 a.m.. with Mrs. H. W. Fisher and Mrs. Hilding Anderson, 4601 Merivale road, Chevy Chase; speaker, Mrs. R. H. Lewis, “Early American Music.” Club de las Americas—Thursday. S p.m.. Room 2361, Department of Commerce ; Building. E street at Fourteenth N.W.: speaker, Victor M. Vergara. "Some Views of Chile.” Women's Clubs More Conventions Are in the Offing Another Round of Meetings Will Begin Next Week End By Frances Lide The windup of the 62d Con tinental Congress of the DAR here next Friday will be the sig nal for another round of meet ings by national genealogical societies. The national convention of the Children of the American Revo lution is traditionally held on the Saturday and Sunday following the DAR sessions. Also slated for Saturday are the social events preceding the 61st Associate Council of the National Society, United States Daughters of 1812, to be held April 27-28 at the Shoreham Hotel. Starting next Sunday will be the 41st Congress of the National Society, Daughters of the Union. 1861-65, which will continue through April 28 at the Shore ham. This will be the first time that the society has held its con vention in the Capital. The pre-convention program of the CAR will get off to an early start at a reception to be given for members of the DAR. The social event will take place late Tuesday evening, immedi ately following the national de fense program of the DAR, and will be held in the CAR head quarters at 1776 D street N.W. Because of the lateness of the hour, the senior officials of the hostess organization will be on hand to do the honors. The junior members of the so ciety will have their first social gathering on Friday when the annua! “stunt night” will be pre sented at the Mayflower Hotel, convention headquarters. Business will be conducted Saturday morning and the young delegates will go on a tour of the White House Saturday after noon. Mrs. Eisenhower will not be present to greet the guests but, earlier in the day, will re ceive a colonial bouquet from two of the youngest delegates who will be accompanied to the White House by the senior national president, Mrs. Charles Carroll Haig. Saturday’s program will be cli maxed at a dinner dance at the Mayflower, and the following day the delegates will make their annual tour of historic points of interest in nearby Virginia. Miss Anna B. Sandt is general chairman of the convention and Mrs. B. Harrison Lingo is pro gram chairman. Robert Watson of Texas, the junior national president, will conduct the business session on Saturday. Delegates to the associate council of the United States Daughters of 1812 will start reg istering Saturday morning at the Shoreham Hotel. Mrs. Lane Schofield, the con vention chairman, will be hon ored at a luncheon at midday and a reception will be held from 8 to 10 that evening at the society headquarters, 1461 Rhode Island avenue N. W. Mrs. Frederic Gil bert Bauer of Ridgewood, N. J., is the president national of the society. The traditional memorial serv ices are scheduled next Sunday and the following day the Daughters will begin their an nual two-day business meeting. Washington women usually take a major role in the conven tions held here and Miss Irene M. Pistorio is serving as general chairman of the Congress of the Daughters of the Union. Assist ing as co-chairmen are Mrs. Ethel Duke Barrows and Mrs. Thelma Lee Caylor. The society has scheduled me morial services and a candle light supper next Sunday. Busi ness meetings will be held the next two days. The president general of the society is Mrs. R. D. Mac Cart of Stamford, Conn.