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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. MONDAY, Aran. IS, IMS W iVt "**i '■ jjp pPp Bp DAR JUNIOR STYLE —Miss Shirley Robinette (left) and Miss Joanne Jacox, both of Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tenn., look at a symbol of the Liberty Bell with Miss Louise J. Gruber, national chairman of junior membership at yester day's DAR junior membership dinner at the Mayflower. DAR Young Leaders Hold Annual Banquet The young leadership of the Daughters of the American Revolution last night held their annual banquet at the May flower Hotel. More than 100 members of the Junior. Membership Com mittee. open to DARs between the ages of 18 and 35, heard their national chairman. Miss Louise J. Gruber of Drexel Hill. Pa., report a record national total of 9,641 members, 1,755 of them added since last year. Mrs. Gruber, whose report will not be delivered to the Continental Congress until Wednesday, also revealed that $4,909 was contributed during the year to the Juniors’ princi pal project, the Helen Pouch Scholarship Fund. The Juniors, dressed for the most part in three-quarter length or coctail gowns, sat at candle-lit . tables decorated with paper replicas of the Phil adelphia Liberty Bell. They were greeted by Miss Gertrude S. Carraway, DAR president general; Miss Mary Alice Wimberley of 2227 Twen tieth street N.W., vice chair man of the Eastern Division of Juniors; Mrs. Peter H. Black well, jr„ of 615 Ray drive, Sil ver Spring, District State chairman and general dinner chairman: Laurence A. Stith, jr„ general national president of the Children of the Ameri can Revolution, and Mrs. Wil liam H. Pouch, DAR honorary president general and founder of the scholarship fund. Special Guests Special guests were Dr. Robert L. Kincaid, president of Lincoln Memorial Univer sity at Harrogate, Tenn., and two of the nine students who are attending the college on scholarships provided by the Junior DARs, Shirley Robinette of Pound. Va., and Joanne Jacox of Grant. Ala. Joanne is also a graduate of the Kate Duncan Smith School, one of two elementary and high schools maintained by the DAR. Dr, Kincaid told the Juniors that their support of student scholarships to his college is “an investment that will yield greater returns than anything else you could do." By making it possible for young people, most of them from mountain communities, to attend college, he said, the DAR is contribut ing invaluably to social im provement. The two scholarship stud- CAR Begin Meetingon Saturday The National Society, Chil dren of the American Revo lution, will open their annual two-day convention at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the May flower Hotel. As is customary, junior of ficers will conduct the ses sions. Laurence Stith of New Bern, N. C., is the junior president. The senior national presi dent, Mrs. Charles Carroll Haig of Washington, and other senior officers will be on hand to lend assistance if the need arises. Miss Margaret L. Lothrop, daughter of Mrs. Daniel Loth rop, first president and founder of the CAR, will come from her home in Massachu setts to address the delegates. Business will include the elec tion of both junior and sen ior officers. On Sunday the children will make their annual tour of his toric shrines in nearby Vir ginia. After placing a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington Cemetery, they will visit the grave of the unknown Revolutionary soldier In the churchyard of the Old Presbyterian Meeting House in Alexandria to hold memorial services for members who have *d during th* nasi year ents echoed his words. Miss Robinette called the scholar ship fund “a credit to you and a credit to the spirit of Amer ica.” A feature of the evening, along with divisional reports on membership, welfare work and restoration projects, was j a doll fashion show. The 14-inch doll, contrib uted by the West Virginia j Juniors, was displayed wit’ , completely different outfit for every day of the week. It will go on show today at the Jun ior bazaar in the corridors of i Constitution Hall and at the | end of the week will be given as the prize in a lottery, all proceeds of which will go into the Helen Pouch Scholarship ; Fund. Tomorrow, the Juniors will hold a roundtable discussion at 8:15 a.m. in the Red, Cross Building at Seventeenth and D streets N.W. 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