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THE SUNDAY STAR, Washington, D. C.
(Meeting announcementt
must be in the hands of the
PTA Calendar editor by noon
Thursday of each week to in
sure publication in the column
on Sunday. Those received too
late will not be used separately
unless there is some special
news signficance.)
Judge Hugh Reid of Arlington
Juvenile Court will discuss "Re
cent Trends in Juvenile Delin
quency In the Locality” at a
meeting of the Taylor School
PTA at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
school. 2600 North Stuart street,
Other PTA meetings this week,
all beginning at 8 pm. unless
otherwise noted, are:
Anne Beers—Harry Edward
Neal, author, will speak. The
school is at Thirty-sixth place
and Alabama avenue S.E.
Draper—Mrs. Janet Knadel,
school nurse from the District
Public Health Service, will speak.
The meeting will be at the school,
Ninth street and Wahler place
S.E., at 1:15 p.m.
John Eaton—“ Home Coming.”
Supper and bake sale at the
school, Thirty-fourth and Lowell
streets N.W., from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
Kingsman—Book Fair begins
and continues through Wednes
day, from 9 a.m. to noon and
from 1 to 3 p.m. The school is
at Fourteenth and E streets N.E.
Langdon—Open House in the
school auditorium, Twentieth
and Franklin streets N.E.
• Mental Health Workshop—
First of a series sponsored by the
Mental Health Committee of the
D. C. Congress of Parents and
Teachers, in the Community
Room of the Washington Post-
Times Herald, 1515 L street N.W.
Peabody Miss Katherine
Scriverner, Director of Elemen
tary Education in the District,
will speak. The school is at
Fifth and C streets N.E.
Stanton Meeting at the
school, Alabama avenue and
Naylor road S.E., at 1:15 p.m.
Stoddert—“Father's Night” at
the school, Thirty-ninth and
Calvert streets N.W.
Woodburn—Open House at
Both Stores Open Early and Late Monday
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Fairfax County.
Woodson—School dedication
at Minnesota avenue at Foote
street N.E.
Abingdon Dr. Joseph B.
Johnson will speak on “Audio-
Visual Aids to Education” at the
school, 3035 South Abingdon
street, Arlington, Va.
Bladensburg Mrs. Helen
Brashears of the Prince Georges
County Board of Education will
speak at the school, Fifty-sixth
avenue and Tilden road, Bla
densburg, Md.
Claremont—Panel discussion
on “How a Child Learns to Read
and How Parents Can Help,” at
the school, 4700 Chesterfield
road, Arlington, Va.
Fairlington—Harold Crowley,
clinical psychologist from the
Arlington County Guidance Cen
ter. will speak at the school in
’ nearby Virginia. *
Hardy—Regular meeting at
the school, Foxhall road and
I Volta place N.W., at 1:30 p'.m.
High Point—Back to School
■ Night at the school, on Powder
, Mill /oad, Beltsville, Md. Final
l day of the first annual Book
| Mount Vernon—T. C. Williams, j
, superintendent of Alexandria!
I School Board, will speak on *'An-i
i nual Versus Semiannual Promo
tions” at the school in nearby
i Virginia.
i Northwestern —Leland S. Mc-
Carthy, managing director of the
. Better Business Bureau of Wash
> ingtoij, will speak on “The Bet
> ter Business Bureau—What It Is
i and What It Does to Serve the
r Community.” The school is on
. Colesville road in Hyattsville,
. Md.
t Nottingham—Mrs. Lucia Pat
. ton, author and illustrator of
„ children’s books, will speak at
t the school, 5900 Little Falls road,
Arlington, Va.
s Oakridge-Hume Dr. Edwin
1 Deans, elementary supervisor,
will speak at the school, 1414
t Twenty-fourth street. South,
1 Arlington, Va.
Randle Highlands—Miss Ellen
t Fraser, supervisor of health and
physical education in the District
of Columbia schools, will speak
at the school. Thirtieth and R
streets S.E. The meeting will
be at 1 pm.
Sherwood—Regular meeting in
school gymnasium in Sandy
Spring, Md.
Stewart-Tuckahoe—Mrs. Mar
garet Booth, director of social
work at the Juvenile and Do
mestic Relations Court, will
speak on “Parental Influence in
Preventing Delinquency.” The
school is on Twenty-sixth road
in Arlington, Va.
Suitland Parent - Teacher -
Student Association * meets at
7:30 p.m. A back-to-school night
follows the meeting.
Wheaton—Dr. Julius Schreiber,
; a psychiatrist, will answer ques
tions on teen-age behavior at
the high school in Wheaton, Md.
Father HartetoTalk
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-1 fessor of sociology at Catholic
: University, will address an open
forum at the St. Peter Claver
Center, 814 Seventh street S.W.,
; at 8 p.m. tomorrow. Father Harte
* will review a study made of a
' mixed racial group in Southern
1 Maryland.
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