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'I .. n.f - ■; Nil Bradford Gets Invitation George W. Bradford, whose family was one 'of the first to occupy a house in our model community, has been invited to speak on the subject of "Cooperative Enterprises in Greenbelt" before the • student body at George Washington Univ ersity on the night of December 7th, Mr, Bradford has devoted much time to the study of cooperatives during the past two years and has written two art icles on that subject for the Washington Star. The invitation to speak at G.W.U. was extended on behalf of the student body by George Derr, who is studying cooperatives in that university. Greenbelt Visited by Expert on Home Economics Miss Cora Winchell, associate pro fessor of home economics at Teachers* College, Columbia University, stopped in Greenbelt for a brief visit last Wed nesday. She took time out from a con ference in Washington to see Greenbeltls model housing program. Miss Winchell is widely recognized as an outstanding authority in her field. She made a somewhat hurried and unexpected call on Mrs. Mabel Bessemer, one of her former students, and put over a rapidfire quiz on "consumer cooperation". She says she*s anxious to "learn everything" about Greenbelt Co-ops. Miss Cora Winchell was accompanied on her visit here by Miss Edna Skinner, Dean of Women and Head of Home Econom- „ ics in the Massachusetts State College, Amherst, and Miss S, Erickson, Dean of Horae Economics, University of Kentucky. 9 170 Families Here In Block D there are 122 houses with 120 of them occupied while in. Blocks E and F there is a total Greenbelt.. Cooperator * November 24, 1937 * * Patented 1 * .Route to Washington Joseph Long is one of the ** pioneer” citizens of Greenbelt. In case you don't know it, he commutes on his own "line" between his office and Green belt. The route he takes daily is seldom used by motorists. Therefore, it has been dubbed the "Patented Line." i Injured Mr. Bernard Axelrod, 33 J Ridge Road, recently sustained severe burns on both arms. Journalistic Club Meets Next meeting of the Journalistic Club will be hold Friday evening at 7:30 at the offices of the Greenbelt Consumers Services, Inc. Sports Greenbelt High School Soccer team defeated Mt. Rainier by a score of 4-2 last Thursday evening, November 18. Keep the Sports Reporter informed on all scheduled games and recreation al activities. The Cooperator staff will help you. * . School' News Miss Archer's fourth year English class has organized an S.P.C.A. Club— ,The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Audiences —for the purpose of studying Parliamentary Law. The Officers are: Harry Ewings, j president; Stanley Provost, vice pres ident; and John Guess, secretary. j ; _ , V of 122 houses with 49 of them occupied, making a total of 169 families now residing in Greenbelt.