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Members of the Women’s City
Club will gather for a luncheon
Saturday which will be spon
sored jointly by the book hour
and the book review sections. It
will be held at 1:15 o’clock in
the clubhouse, 736 Jackson Pl.
N. W.
Miss Alice Hutchins Drake will
be the speaker, her subject being
“Our Christmas Vocabulary.”
Miss Sybil Baker will entertain
with readings. Also, for the
luncheon, a musical program has
been arranged by Mrs. Mary
Izant Couch, music chairman.
Mrs. Harvey W. Wiley, presi
dent of the club, will preside at
a business meeting tonight at 8
o’clock in the clubhouse.
Club members will be con
ducted through the Corcoran
Gallery of Art on Saturday aft
ernoon, December 12, at 2:30
o’clock, by Jeremiah O’Connor, a
member of the staff of the gal
Paintings by two Washingto
nians, Mary D. Dawson and Adelia
D. Bauer, are on exhibit at the
clubhouse and will remain until
Saturday. The next exhibit will
be from the creative art group of
the Arlington Woman’s Club, of
which Mrs. Cherry Ford White is
the chairman.
The International Relations
study group of the Washington
Branch. American Association of
University Women, is discussing
events of outstanding interna
tional Interest at each of the meet
ings. There will be a meeting of
the group Monday at the club
house, 1634 I St. N. W„ and the
topic will be on the civil war in
Leaders In the discussions will
be Mrs. G. A. Charter Heslep, who
will review the Spanish revolution
of 1820 and its effect on the
policies of other nations; Miss
Mabel B. Hiatt, who will discuss
the Spanish republic, 1931-1936,
and Mrs. L. J. Millard, who will
give a talk on the “Neutrality
Policy of the Powers Toward the
Civil War in Spain.”
Miss Lavenia Engle, a member
of the education department of
the Social Security Board, will be
the guest of honor and speaker at
a meeting of the Washington
Chapter, Alumnae Association of
the Women’s College of the Uni
versity of North Carolina, tomor
row night at 8 o’clock, at 1634 I
St. N. W.
Theta Chapter. Phi Gamma Pi
Sorority, will hold a card party and
dance tonight at the Burlington
Hotel. Arrangements for the party
were in charge of Miss Esther
At the recent annual tea of the
grand council of Lambda Sigma
Delta Sorority, Mrs. Margaret Buy
nitzky Axtell, past grand president,
was presented with an honorary
life membership, the first member
ship of its kind to be granted any
person in the sorority.
Arrangements are being made
by Continental Chapter, D. A. R.,
for a "national defense” dinner to
be held January 19 at the Y. W.
C, A. Mrs. H. E. Middleton is re
gent of the chapter.
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Open Evenings Until Xmas

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Sacred Heart of Mary Alumnae
Association—Annual card party,
8:30 p. m., Hamilton Hotel.
Ladies Sodality of the Church
of St. Thomas Apostle—Annual
card party, 8 p. m., Wardman
Marietta Park Woman’s Club —
Luncheon sponsored by Philan
thropic chairman, Fairfax Hotel.
Wednesday Woman’s Club—Pro
gram of readings by Adelaide Hub
bard, tea, 3:30 p. m., 614 E St.
N. W,
Industrial and Nationality
Groups of the Y. W. C. A.—Meet
ing to organize an International
Club, 8 p. m.; practice bridge
group, meeting at 7:15 p. m.;
i Xenos Club, business meeting and
; supper at 6:15 p, m., “Y” head
Women’s City Club —Business
meeting, 8 p. m., 736 Jackson Pl.
N. W.
Delta Sigma Chapter, Sigma
Phi Gamma International Soror
ity-Meeting. home of Ruth Willis
Connerty, Tilden Garden Apart
Frances Scott Chapter, D. A. R.
Benefit card party, Shoreham.
Soroptimist Club—Luncheon, 1
p. m., Willard Hotel.
Women’s Alliance of All Souls’
Unitarian Church — Annua 1
bazaar; turkey dinner and pag
eant in evening, Parish Hall, Six
teenth and Harvard Sts. N. W.
D. C. Tag Sales
Lagging; Hints
Os Rush
Washington automobile owners
are lagging in the purchase of
1937 automobile tags, and unless
sales greatly increase in the next
few days. Director of Vehicles and
Traffic William A. Van Duzer says
a last-minute rush is inevitable.
Today marked the third day of
counter sales, and when the bu
reau closed yesterday only 7,900
of the 10,000 tags planned to be
sold by the second day had passed
over the counters.
With approximately 140,000 li
cense plates to be issued to auto
owners in the District by Decem
ber 31, the tag office opened Mon
day with expectations of distribut
ing 5,000 plates per day. Records
today show that 4,000 were sold
Monday, and yesterday the sum
dropped below 3,900.
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functional causes.
Sewing Club of the Ladies Aux
iliary of the D. C. Fire Depart
ment—Meeting, 10 a. m. to 4 p.
m., Children’s Hospital.
Women’s City Club — French
class, 5 p. m., 736 Jackson Pl.
N. W.
Blue Triangle Club—Supper,
gym class, business meeting, 6:15
p. m„ “Y” headquarters.
Soroptimist Club —Board meet
ing, 8 p. m., Willard Hotel.
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Thanks to Farley
A resolution thanking the
United States Post Office Depart
ment was voted yesterday by the
Glen Carlyn Citizens Association,
in appreciation of establishment
of a new branch post office at
Carlin Spring Road and Lee Boule
vard. During the Christmas season
the new post office will remain
open from 8 a. m. until 8:30 p. m.,
including Saturdays.
ALEXANDRIA, Va., Dec. 2.—Ed
ward K. Inman, national council
man representing the departments
of Maryland, the District of Co
lumbia, West Virginia and Vir
ginia. addressed the sixteenth an
niversary meeting of the Russell
Mitchell Post, No. 609, Veterans of
Foreign Wars, here yesterday eve
ning, in Eagles Hall on King
Street, at 8 o’clock.
Alexandria’s post of the V. F. W.
was first organized in December
of 1920, became inactive after
three years’ existence, but was re
established in May of 1934, and is
now considered one of the strong
est units in the State.
Included in the first charter is
sued in 1920 were the names of 35
charter members, while the char
ter Issued in 1934 contained a
total of 70 charter members.
John Duncan, commander of
the local post, presided at the
meeting here last night.
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Scaffold Breaks;
Two Receive Hurts
Two Washington men were in
Casualty Hospital last night—one
in serious condition —as a result
of injuries received when they
fell 20 feet from a broken scaf
fold at Waldorf, Md. Riley Frail,
18, of 3017 Dumbarton Ave. N.
W., received a possible fracture
of the thigh. Sidney Morris, 24,
of 4611 River Rd. N. W„ suffered
a broken arm.
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