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In Washington • —with — — UMdX Bermuda is attracting many prominent people from the Capital for Easter week, and today will find quite an influx arriving there to remain until after April 1. Groups of young men and girls who are having their spring vacations now, will he among those who will enjoy the many delight fid pastimes which this resort has to I offer. Ib * s season '* ’ s especially lovely. ■ f nr ,bc faster I'*' o * gi’ow in great profusion are now in full bloom. Their delicate scent fills the air. and their snowy whitness is in beautiful contrast to the deep green of the 4 wb--■- tropical foliage and the brilliant red | ’wiy ot tl,c I,ib > BCUB » wbicb festoons the coral walls encircling the gardens and the highways. I vWWI Fletchers in Bermuda s / The former ambassador to Belgium Vj fJE|| and Mexico. Mr. Henry P. Fletcher. B W juH| and Mrs. Fletcher, of New York, who »y have been spending the past lev >..« M»r, touue luiioo, weeks in Bermuda, were the guests of Bis Excellency the Governor, at a dinner on Thursday e\e ning. before attending a command performance of “The Haunted House." an amateur production at the Colonial Opera House. Mrs. Walter P. Chrysler arrived there this week, with a small parly which included her sons. alter I. Chrysler. jr.. and'Mr. Jack Chrysler. Miss Marv Louise Holloway, niece of Serfator and Mrs. John H. Bankhead, of Alabama, who was their guest here recentlv is now in Bermuda with a group of her classmates from Goucher College. Mrs. Edward •IL Stettinius, who has spent most of the winter at the resort, has given a number of large parties, and she entertained at tea recently for Mrs. E. Marshall Field, of New York, who is likewise making a lengthy sojourn there. Adm. Plunkett to Succeed Adm. Haggard Mrs. Oliver Harriman is also in Bermuda and she plans to remain there for some time longer. Rear Admiral, the Hon. Reginald Aylmer Ranfurley-Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax. C. 8., I). S. 0.. R. N.. a younger, brother of Lord Dunsany, the Irish author and dramatist, has. been appointed naval commander-in-chief of Bermuda, and he will arrive there early in May to succeed Vice Admiral Sir \ ernon 1. Hag gard, who will depart with Lady Haggard and the Misses Haggard about that time. Admiral Plunkett belongs to one of the oldest and most distinguished families in Ireland. It is expected that Lord Dunsany will visit him during hig stay in Bermuda. * * * ♦ ' —————— ■ Cancels Engagements The Argentine ambassador. Senor Dr. Felipe A. Espil. has canceled his engagements be cause he is confined to the em bassy with an attack of the grippe. * * * Celebrate Anniversary The Minister of Sweden and Mme. Bostrom will celebrate their silver wedding anniversary this evening at a dinner which they will give at the legation, when a few friends and the members of the staff will be their guests. Their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Six ten F. Wollmar, of New York, who are the guests over the week-end o’ the Minister and Mme. Bostrom, will also attend the dinner. * * * The Minister of Bolivia and Senora de Abelli will be mem bers of the house party . which Mr. and Mrs. Irving Adams will entertain at their country home, Oak Hill, near Baltimore, over the week-end. * * * Dr. Alfaro Feted The minister of Panama, Senor Dr. Horacio Alfaro, was the guest of honor at a luncheon given today at the Carlton by a group of 17 young men from Panama, who are studying in Washington. Dr. Alfaro made a short address and Mr. Jose A. Denis, one of the students, made the introduction. * * * Senor Don Gonzalo Zaldum bide, minister of Ecuador, is at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York. * ♦ ♦ At Cabinet Home The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Adams have as the'r guests over Easter, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson F. Bartlett, of Wellesley, Mass., and their two children, who arrived yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Adams and their son. Mr. John Quincy Adams, Os Boston, will arrive Tuesday for a visit. * * * The Federal Trade Commis sioner and Mrs. Charles Hoyt Marsh will entertain at a din ner on Monday evening, April 18, in honor of Mr. Justice and Mrs. Pierce Butler. * * * Easter House Party Mr. Faustin Wirkus. noted archaeologist, paid a brief visit to during the past week. He left yesterday for Rehoboth Beach, to join a house party being given by Miss Lyla Townsend, daughter of Senator John G. Townsend of Delaware, and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Townsend, at their cot tage there. Senator Townsend is spending a few days at his home in Selbyville, Del. * * * Senator and Mrs. Warren R. Austin, of Vermont, have their Bon, Mr. Edward Lucas Austin, with them at the Mayflower for his spring vacation from the University of Vermont. Dinners Precede Dance Tonight A number of out-of-town guests will assemble here to day for the dance to be given this evening by the Chief of the Protocol Division of the State Department and Mrs. Warren Delano Hoobins, for their debutante daughter, Miss Helen Robbins, at their charm ing old home in Georgetown. Miss Robbins made her for mal debut at the autumn ball at Tuxedo Park, N. Y„ and she has taken a prominent part in social life in the Capital dur ing the past winter. Mr. and Mrs. Robbins are entertaining a house party of young people for the occasion, their guests including Miss Mary Phipps, of New York, who arrived yesterday. A number of important din ner parties will precede the dance, to which members of the younger set have been in vited. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Harrison will entertain at a dinner for Miss Robbins and her guests. Miss Dora White and Miss Janet White, daugh ters of Mrs. Richard S. Aid rich, will be the hostesses at a large dinner party, and Miss Vera Bloom, daughter of Rep resentative and Mrs. Sol Bloom, will also have a party of guests dining with her. * * * At Hot Springs Mr. Francis White, Assistant Secretary of State, arrived at Hot Springs yesterday to join Mrs. White in the Homestead. * * * The First Secretary of the American Legation in Ottawa and Mrs. Benjamin Heath Riggs are at the Weylin in New York. ♦ * * Mrs. Morris Abroad Mrs. Ira Nelson Morris, wife of the former United States Minister to Sweden, who has been in Paris for several weeks, has sailed from Cannes for a short trip to Morocco. She will return to Paris again about April 1. * * * Mrs. Edward B. McLean of Washington has gone to Aiken. S. L'., where she has taken a cottage for three weeks. * * * Mrs. Anson Phelps Stokes of Washington is at Brook Farm, Lenox. * * ♦ To Visit Plantation Miss Eleanor Roosevelt, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Roosevelt, of this city and of Roosevelt Halt Skaneateles, N. Y„ has left for South Caro lina, where she will be the guest over the holidays of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas G. Roosevelt, at Gyppy Plantation. ** * * Mrs. Preston Peters, of Bos ton and Washington, is in New York, at the Ambassador Hotel, with her daughter. Mrs. John Clark Moore, of Cambridge. Mass. THE WASHINGTON TIMES News and Gossip of People in Society ITALIAN AMBASSADOR AND WIFE HOSTS Dean of Corps Entertains Tonight The dean of the Diplomatic .Corps, the Italian ambassador, Nobile Giacomo de Martino, ano Nobil Donna Antonietta de Martino will entertain at a dinner this *evening at the embassy, when their guests will number 24 Ihe Ambassador and Donna Antonietta will again be hosts tomorrow evening, when they will entertain the members of the embassy staff at dinner in celebration of Eastei. An Easter celebration will also be held at the French Embassy tomorrow, when the Ambassador and Mme. Claudel will have the members of the embassy staff as their guests at luncheon. * * * Mr. Mellon Feted at Mills* Dinner The Secretary of the Treas ury and Mrs Ogden Mills en tertained at dinner last eve ning in honor of the United States Ambassador to the Court of St. James, Mr Andrew W. Mellon, who will leave Wash ington Monday and will sail for London Friday. April 1, on the Majestic. The other guests at dinner included the ambassador of Great Britain, Sir Ronald Lind say; the Attorney General and Mrs. William DeWitt Mitchell: the Secretary of the Navy, Mr. Charles Francis Adams; Gen. and Mrs. Charles G. Dawes, Senator and Mrs. David A. Reed, the Undersecretary of the Treasury and Mrs. Arthur A. Ballantine. Senator and Mrs. Frederick Hale, Representative Ruth Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Myer Mrs. Frederick Keep and Mr. and Mrs. David E. Finley. * ♦ * Honor Vice President The Vice President, Mr. Charles CurtLs, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Everett Gann will be the guests of honor of the Missouri Society at the Easter banquet and dance to be given this evening at the Washington Hotel. Mrs. Arthur M. Hyde, wife of the Secretary of Agriculture; Senator and Mrs. Harry B. Hawes, and Senator and Mrs. Roscoe C. Patterson will be among the prominent Mis sourians who will attend, and great interest *ls being shown in the event. . Those assisting the president of the society. Representative Leonidas C. Dyer and Mrs. Dyer in receiving will be Mrs. Ed ward Dixo Hays. Mrs. Bessie Parker Brueggeman, Mrs. Jacob L. Milligan, Mrs. Theodore Al ford. Mrs. Walter B. Fry, Mrs. Craig L. Reddish, Miss Inez Justus, and Miss Mabel Alexan der. * * * Mrs. Wadleigh Here Miss A. G. Remey was joined at the Carlton yesterday by her sister. Mrs. John W. Wad leigh, of Newport, R. I. Mrs. Wadleigh. who is accompanied by her son. will remain over the Easter holidays. * * * Dr. and Mrs. Davenport White have issued cards for a tea on Sunday, April 3, in honor of Mrs, Ernest Thomp -1 son Seton. * * * Mr. Arthur Bliss Lane, who has been at the St. Regis in New York, sailed today on the Siboney to take up his duties as counselor to the American Embassy in Mexico City. ♦ * * To Honor Guests Senator and Mrs. Arthur H. Vandenberg, who are entertain ing a small house party over the Easter nolidays for their daughter. Miss Elizabeth Van denberg. in their apartment at Wardman Park, will entertain at a buffet supper tomorrow evening in honor of their I guests. * * * Miss Laura Tuckerman, I daughter of Mrs. Walter R. I Tuckerman, and her cousin, i Miss Alice De Peyster, of New York, and Miss Elsie Ekengren, have left to be guests over the week-end of Mrs. James Todd at the Edgeworth Club. Sewick ley. Pa. * * * Fete Bridal Party Mrs. Eric Englund will en tertain at a tea this afternoon in her apartment at the West chester, preceding the wedding rehearsal for the marriage of Miss True Odessa Gossette, fos ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams, and Mr. John Duncan McDonald, of Grand Rapids. Mich., which will take place Monday at noon in the Bethlehem Chapel at the Na tional Cathedral. This evening, Representative and Mrs. J. V. McClintic will entertain in com pliment to the bride and bride : groom-elect at the dinner dance I at the Shoreham. IN SOCIETY CIRCUS w Bbl y jl ~ i - 1Y * - 'w ' A EV flu Um Ji KW ’ ' v* - ■' G ci' * —Times Staff Photo MISS JOAN DARBY pictured at Fort Myer where she is putting her mount through the paces in practice for the Society Circus which will take place April 1 and April 2. Finnish Statesman Honored Today The minister of Finland, Mr. Axel Leonard Astrom. enter tained at a luncheon today in honor of Mr. Hjalmar Procope, former secretary of state in Finland and former president of the council of the League of Nations, who arrived in Wash ington this morning for a brief visit. The guests included the am bassador of Cuba. Senor Don Orestes Ferrara: the ambassa dor of Belgium. Mr. Paul May: the minister of the Irish Free State, Mr. Michael Mac White; the minister of Norway, Mr. Hal vard H. Bachke; the minister of Czechoslovakia. Mr. Ferdi nand Veverka; the minister of I Denmark. Mr. Otto Wadsted; ! the counselor of the Polish em bassy. Mr. Wladyslaw Sokolow l ski, Senator Henrik Shipstead, i Representative Hamilton Fish, jr., Mr. Robert F. Kelley, Mr.O. N. Nielsen, Mr. Axel Oxholm, i and the counselor of the lega i tion of Finland. Dr. Niilo Idman. i Mr. Procope will leave tomor | row for Florida where he will | make a brief visit. * * * Host at Dinner Mr. William M. Connor enter tained at the dinner dance at the Shoreham last night, in honor of Miss Janie McSwain j and her two house guests. Miss i Sara Sheftall of Savannah, i Ga„ and Miss Kate Harlow’ of I Memphis, Tenn. His other I guests were Miss Catherine Me- I Cain, Mr. Selwyn Smith, Mr. | James Duncan and Mr. Stephen I Holderness. * * # Fete Miss Brooks Mr. and Mrs. A. Atwater Kent j gave an informal dinner last j evening in Palm Beach at Ocean ' View Cottage, in honor of Miss Louise Brooks and her fiance, | Mr. William Ross Howard 3d, of Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Kent, who have i spent the season at their place : at Palm Beach, will return to I Philadelphia on April 4. Their j son-in-law and daughter, Mr. I and Mrs. William L. Van Alen. ’ of New York, will go to Philadel i phia at that time for a visit i w’ith Mr. and Mrs. Kent. Mrs. Van Alen is the former Miss ! Elizabeth B. Kent. * * * Back From Honduras ; Senator and Mrs. Edwin S. Broussard have as their guests I their son and daughter-in-law, I Mr. and Mrs. Felix Broussard, i who came here from Honduras. I where they have been for sev- I eral months. Later Mr. and | Mrs. Broussard will visit the latter’s mother. Mrs. Austin T. I Powill, of Rockville, Md. * * ♦ Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. 1 Schoellkopf have issued invita | tions for a small dance on 1 Saturday evening. April 9. The National Daily Here for Visit Senator and Mrs. W. War ren Barbour, of New’ Jersey, have as their guest Mrs. Bar bour's mother, Mrs. Sidney Carrere, of New York * * * Mr. W. D. L. Starbuck enter tained at dinner in the Presi dential room at the Willard last evening. Washington Fashions Now that fashions are more individual, softer, sometimes more feminine, we find flowers returning as a mode of trim ming, not only for evening clothes, but occasionally to freshen a daytime frock. First thing we know, a boutonniere will be as much a part of a tailored suit as it was some years ago. Many Paris cou turiers have used flowers on their new frocks, a notable example the lei of pique flowers that Chanel puts on a pique dress, and any Paris sponsor ship always gives fresh impulse to our own use of a fashion. Flowers Accent Line On evening clothes, it's mostly a matter of the line of the gown, or of your own taste, how the flowers are used. They are often massed at the point of the decolletage. either in the front or the back. They make a graceful end to a surplice closing, and they are often used at the waistline, either in belt fashion, or in groups. Some times a high-waisted effect can be achieved by using a triangle of flowers from the waist up to the point of the “V” neckline. Or groups of flowers may be placed to hold the drapery, where;er it may fall. Armlets By WILMA LAVILLE X V, * C/IG' \ X /wClw /' Q s yyv HMn SATURDAY—MARCH 26—1932 Envoy of Egypt Host Tonight at Legation The birthday anniversary of King Fuad I of Egypt will be fittingly celebrated at the Egyptian Legation this evening when the minister, Sesostris Sidarouss Pasha will entertain at a reception followed by danc Ing, which will be attended by a large company including members of the Diplomatic Corps and of official and resi dent society in the Capital. The Minister will be assisted in receiving by Mme. Aly Ismail Bey, wife of the first secretary, and the members of the staff. The legation In Massachusetts Avenue will be adorned with a profusion of flowers, and a stringed orchestra will play for the dancing. * ♦ ♦ Cuban Envoy i and Wife Hosts The Cuban Ambassador and Senora de Ferrara are enter taining at a tea this afternoon at the embassy in Sixteenth Street in honor of Mr. Hjalmar | Procope, the distinguished Finnish statesman, who is ; spending the week end in the Capital. Senora de Ferrara will be assisted in receiving by Senora de Baron, wife of the counselor of the embassy; Senora de Guell, wife of the second secretary of the em bassy. and Senora de Garcia, wife of Senor Don Orestes Gar cia, attache of the embassy. The Ambassador and Senora de Ferrara will entertain at dinner tomorrow evening in celebration of Easter, when their guests will be the mem bers of the embassy staff. The Vice President, Mr. Cur tis, will be the honor guest at a dinner which the Ambassa dor and Senora de Ferrara will give on Monday evening. April 4; and they will again be hosts on Monday evening, April 11, when the dean of the diplo matic corps, the Italian Ambas sador and Nobil Donna Anto nietta de Martino will be the honor guests. ♦ * * Here With Parents Mrs. Henning Nelms will spend Easter in Washington with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kennedy. Next week Mr. and Mrs. Nelms will have as their guest at their home in Harisburg. Pa.. Miss Elizabeth Sypher and Mrs. J. H. Sypher. of this city. of flowers are smart, matching the flowers used on the dress, and they may be pushed up to the shoulder to give the wide shouldered effect so desirable now. Made of Fabrics On daytime clothes, flowers are of course more sparingly used, and are more of the “milliner” type, while in the evening, they are apt to be made of the material of the dress, especially if they are the large, floppy kind. For day wear they are used as a bouton niere on the shoulder, at the neckline, or on the side where the surplice closing ends. On an afternoon gown, they are lovely across a square neck line, or at the point of a “V” neck. There is no rule for color. The* 7 may match or contrast, but they must always look as if they are p'anned as part of the dress, and not as an after thought. added at the last minute. * ♦ * Miss Laville will be glad to help you with your fashion or shopping problem if you will write to her, enclosing a self addressed. stamped envelope, or call District 5260. extension 199. EASTER MUSIC IN CHURCHES Washington churches have* planned a brilliant and elaborate , series of services to mark the arrival of the Joyous Easter sea son tomorrow. Christ’s triumphant return from the grave will be proclaimed in sermon, song and colorful cere mony In every Washington pulpit Sunday. The musical programs follow: Columbia Height Christian Prelude: “Easter Morning on Mt. Rubidoux” 'Gauli; “Sing Al■* lelula Forth" 'Buck'; solo: "The j Risen Lord" <Gelbel), Mr. Thomas Russell; postlude: "Jubilate Amen" • Kinder). Church of the Epiphany Processional hymn: "Welcome Happy Morning” (Sullivan); “Christ Our Passover” (Macfar lane); Te Deum in B Flat 'Stan ford); Communion Service in E Flat (Eyre); Sermon hymn. “The Strife Is O’er” (Palestrina'; an thems, “Christ Is Arisen” 'Fehr mann): “By Early' Morning Light” (Reimann-Dickinson); I' Hail Thou Glorious Easter Day” [(Nagler); recessional hymn, I “Come. Ye Faithful” (Sullivan'. Music at 8 P. M. Processional hymn. “Come. Ye Faithful” < Sullivan); "Gloria Path” 'Spohr); “Magnificat in C” (Marks); sermon hymn. Jesus Christ Is Risen Today” (Worgan); offertory anthem, “God Hath Ap pointed a Day’’ (Tours); teces sional hymn, “The Day of Resur rection” (Haydn). Adolph Torovsky, organist choirmaster; soloists, Lucy Mac- Morland, soprano; Nancy Wil liamson, contralto; Wilbert Bagra i noff, tenor; Ambrose Durkin. I bass. Covenant-First Presbyterian “By Early Morning Light,” “In Joseph's Lovely Garden." “Christ the Lord Is Risen Again” (Shack ley), tenor solo, “dpen the Gates of the Temple” (Knapp), C. W. Smith; offertory anthem, “Why ' Seek Ye the Living Among the Dead?” by F. S. Converse. The quartet comprises: Miss Helen Howison, soprano: Miss Richie McLean, contralto; Charles Wilfred Smith, tenor, and James E. S. Kinsella, bass. Sacred Heart Shrine “Vidi Aquam” (Gruber), introit. graduate, sequentia 1 and com munio. as arranged by Vanden Ei sen: mass. “Benedicamus Dom ino” (Peros*); offertory. “Terra Tremuit”- (Greith). Metropolitan Baptist Morning Organ prelude: “Adoration” (Borowski); anthem. "Why Seek Ye the Living Among the Dead?” (Warren); anthem. “Angels Roll the Rock Away” (Holden); organ offertory, “I Know That My Redeemer Liveth” (Handel); an them, “Ring Out. Glad Bells of Eastertide” (Bartlett); organ post lude, “Hallelujah Chorus” (Han del) Evening Organ prelude. “Unfold Ye Por tals” (Gounod): anthem. “They Have Taken Away My Lord” (Harrington); anthem, “Christ Our Passover”'(Schilling); organ offertory, “Ave Maria” 'Bizet); duet. “Crucifix” (Faure); organ postlude, “Triumphal March” (Heintze). Calvary Methodist Church Morning “O Morn of Beauty,” “Christ Is Risen" (Frank); “Rejoice, Good Christians” (Pietro Yon); organ prelude. “Christus Resur rexit” (Ravanello); “Alleula” (Matthews); “Spring Song” (Men ctelssohn). Evening “The Messiah” (Handel). • Sixth Presbyterian Church Morning “Easter Morning” (Mailing); j“O Divine Redeemer” (Gounod); I "In the End of the Sabbath” I (Speaks); “Halleluyah” (Messiah) ' 'Handel). Evening “Christus Resurrexit” (Rava nello); "The Bells of St. Anne de Beaupre” (Russell); "Christ Our Passover” (Schilling); "Hosanna” (Granier), Mrs. Dagnalls; “Alle luia. Amen!" (Shelley), Miss Orr and Mr. Gotwals; “They Have Taken Away My Lord" (Stainer); “Our Saviour Triumphant" (Ham blen). Lenna Orr; “Awake Up My Glory" (Harker), Paul Gott wals; “As It Began to Dawn" FREE LECTURE —ON— Christian Science —BY— A. Hervey-Bathurst, C. S. B. of London. England Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, rhe First Church of Christ. Scientist. in Boston. Massachusetts In Constitution Hall 18th, C and D Sts. N. VV. Sunday, March 27 at 3:30 P. M. Under the Auspices of First, Second, Third and Fourth Churches of Christ, Scientist NO COLLECTIONS ALL WELCOME • Vincent); “Grand Triumphal Chorus” (Guilmant). Soloists: Mrs. Dagnalls, so prano; Lenna Orr, contralto; Paul Gottwals, tenor; John Ryer son, bass: Muriel Day, organist and director. Hamline Methodist Episcopal “Christ the Victor." by Dudley Buck. Mrrning “Resurrection Morn” 'John ston); "Christ Is Risen" 'Lyra Davidica': “In Him We Live" 'Baurr artner); "In Joseph's Lovely Garden" < Dickinson»; "Easter Morning” (Mailing); "Ho sanna” 'Granier); "Hallelujah” 'Messiah' (Handel’; “Come Ye Faithful" 'Sullivan': "Christus Resurrexit” (Ravenello); “Spring Song" (Hollins); "O Filie et Filiae” (Loret); "Grand Choeur Dialogue” 'Gigout); "Spring Song" (Shelley); “Christ the Vic tor” (Dudley Buck). Soloists. Ethel Stickels, so prano; Mabel Flehr. contralto; John Murphy and Charter Hes lep. tenors, and Mr. Marville. bass. Columbia Height Christian ."Death and Life" (Shelly); soloists. Mrs. Emeritt Elliott. Mrs. Harvey Baker Smith. John Beek. Guy Skinner. Benton Webb. Christ Lutheran Church "The Strife is O'er" 'Pales trina Buck) ; “The Lord Liveth” i Marchant); “Resurrection Morn" 'Johnston': “In the End of the Sabbath” (Speaks) "Hallelujah Chorus Messiah" (Handel). Will iam H. Hamill, organist and di rector. Church of the Pilgrims “Cktflst Is Risen” (Scott); "O. Children. Live in Jesus" (Moffatt); “Eastertide" (Brack ett ). New York Avenue Presbyterian Morning Quintet from “Die Meister singer (Wagner), “Melody’’ < Tschaikowsky), “Cavatina" (Bohm). “Omnipotence” (Schu bert). “In the End of the Sab bath” (Speaks). “Largo" (Han del'. “I Know that My Redeemer Liveth” (Handel). “Marche Mili taire” (Schubert). Evening “Reverie” (Vieuxtemps), "In dian Lament” (Kreisler). “Reve Aneglique" (Rubinstein). Hosan na” (Granier). "The Magdalene” (Warren), “Adagio.” Opus 101 (Haydn). “Redemption” (Farari), “Prize Song" (Wagner). Soloists. Dorothy W. Fi.shbaugh, soprano; Ruth Kobbe. contralto; Arthur C. Gorbach, basso; Ber nard G. Spille. tenor; Paul W. Fislibaugh. organist and director. Grace Reformed Church Morning "Awake Awake, thou that Steepest” (Maker); “Hosanna" (Granier). Evening "They hare taken away my Lord” (Stainer); “This is the Day” (Cookd). St. Columban's “Welcome, Happy Morning" (Sullivan': “Festival Te Deum” (Buck); "Kyrie Eleison” (Anon); "God Hath Sent His Angels" (Parker); “Gloria Tibi" (Eyre); "Laus Christe” 'Eyre>; “Nicene Creed” (Eyre); "Jesus Christ is Risen Today" (Worgan); “Gloria" (Anon); “God Hath Appointed a Day” (Tours); “Sursum Corda" ’Eyre); “Sanctus” (Eyre); “Bene dictus Qui Venit" (Eyre); “Agnus Dei" <Eyre); “Gloria in Excelsis” (Eyre); “Nunc Dimittis” (Turle); ' Jesus Lives” (Gauntlett). Henry B. Steer, organist and director. St. John’s Episcopal Morning "Hail, Festal Day!" < Baden- Powell ), “Te Deum.” “Jubilate" (Lucas'. Evening “Hail, Festal Day!” (Badcn- Powell). Rock Creek Episcopal "He Is Risen. He Is Risen" • Neander). “Christ, Our Passover' (Schilling), “Te Deum Laudamus" (Healy Willan). Communion Service in E flat (Custance). “The Strife Is O’er” (from “Palestrina”). “Hallalujah" (from the “Mes siah") (Handel). “Jesus Christ Is Risen Today (from “Lyra Davidica”).