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Parent-Teacher Activities ■ This column is conducted by the I District of Columbia Congress of I Pa ron t-Teacher Associations. Headquarters, the Appeals Build-] ing, 426 slh street northwest. Mrs. L. H. Brown was recently elected the historian of the r>. C. Congress of Pa rent-Teacher Associa tions. She has been a member of the executive b o a rd r — | Ter several years I as too chairman! •it playgrounds ygjft ur> a recreation. Up riS Mrs. Brown was president for scv- Nft . > w era! years of the : : W Peabody-H i I t c n il'arcn t-Teaeiior jfaS&P | * •Association. She lias . arrfil 1 I y \ studied tin- tiis- \ lor.v of tlo- Ids- ' irii t of Columbia 4 scliools and is in every way special ly fitted for the MRS. L. H. BROWN, otfic of historian. Tlie executive board of the T>. C. Congress of Parent-Teacher Associa tions will meet Tuesday afternoon at - o’clock. a State director, state committee and the societies of the District of Col umbia, Children of the American Revolution. have extended an invita tion to parents and teachers to be present at a patriotic meeting next Tuesday at 4 o'clock, in Memorial | Continental Hall. A speaker from the National Association for Constitu tional (lovernnient will talk on "Play- I - *tg Wit It Pi re." All young people nfe especially invited. There- will he llo cards of admission. The Corcoran Parent-Teacher As soe-iation met April 2s. Tin commit tee! on luncheon reported that scales had been purchased Iv-m the pro • t-ds id tlie- sale. Assistant Superin tendent Haye-ock made- an aeldress on the "Purpose of Schools." Mr. Murch, the supervising principal of the first YOU GAN TINT FURNITURE —WITH CELOID FINISH. 01 course you’re noticed how popular “painted furniture" ii becommj. 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BOSTON A AKNISII COMPANY. —■ . division, also addressed the meeting. The West Parent-Teacher Associa tion met May 2. Mr. Juiihn presided. Tne atfiit'n grade pupils entertained with songs and presented the court scene from the “Merchant of Venice." -Miss Adelaide Flanagan gave an in terpretative dance. A demonstration of the daylight screen was given by ' r ’*• Higcens. G. George Finch, on behalf, of the association, presented |llliilliillllllli Mill mill#'!'Ill!!!llilliimi:iil!llliimi3i-^l!ll TO^ | Sale | ■ irfllL-fw Continues With Renewed Values and Low Prices JlAI| m ALL PURCHASES HELD FOR FUTURE DELIVERY IF DESIRED ======= 1 I ER E E June Brides’ Special 3-Room Outfit $1 QQ.75| CREDIT | == Three-piece Console W] v , u == | y2s.oo. with purchase ot Complete Bedroom, Living Room and Dining Room Suites With J_ y | Credit—why 1 Wrought - Iron Bridge 1 The Nationals" Easy Credit Terms , Complete for M nish it the same way? |H Lamp—with purchase or * 7 r A very Small ray - s 1 Poiychrom e Mitered __ need, the n | B of "$75.00 w \ purc 099 “Florence” HII IDH convenient m m Dinnerware, Silver or tfljlO (SS3 / Oil StOVC Jl >8 * R A Weekly or Mo n thiy p Chocolate Set—with pur- Two-Burner | | J Payments —AS YOU _ H . THIS REED SUITE, conslting of THIS FOUR-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE, exactly as pictured, M 1 = Ig 1 a comfortable and well con- _ in genuine Walnut Veneer, consisting ■ = = IR structed Settee, Chair and , of Dresser with mirror. Large Vanity, IT r* = W= |«r: *l| Rocker. Very attractive in ap- X /\J / J # Easy Terms ij Chiffonier and Full Size Bow-end Bed. V 1 J \ J \J ms&r " Til pearance. Extremely moderate 'p X J jfe ! 1 A wonderful value. The Suite com- I y -, 1 1 = ' ,n pnce at ** * 1 plete for -M. S = |i Easy Credit Terms at “The National” ' On Easy Credit at “The National” ] = Chiffonier , Golden Oak Finish I spec?,r" yfinL,h - $22.50 \\k .lllllllllllllrilt U m\ t . Bed Davenport _ [= ill li ||| Priced $27.75 = Easy Credit Terms PnlllMnf- 1) I ‘‘ A Golden oak finish. Very = I p. Cablnet This Twelve-Piece Suite Jl I r "3™ ?s I = U H'l n -a a —for the bedroom, as pictured, in beautrful walnut finish, com- !| Bridge Lamps = I nli Including Double- -1 J prises Dresser, Chifforette, Semi-VanihA r , a A mm r* |j . ' Vlth s,lk Shades a . H face Records of you- q Bow - e n d Bed * s P rin K. M flttr ess, Uvo Pil- /|(.J 7S WIN II dow-n?thTn con- I -> \ = I '¥ R U ft own selection. Very spe- L ,, J lows. Chair, Rocker^Bench and Room Size V | M vil+inttl II venient Meekh or monthly i»a- .f L il I = ,= I " IgeJAsA / cial. Complete— Tj Rug. The Suite complete for only JL J I n-ents AS YOU EARN. H j $ A 0.75 Buy It on “The National’s” Easy Credit Terms !!!!’Jujul(| I Prices $0.75 - ■ Bamboo Tetephone EasycCrttTTrm, Ir“’l! . Pi:HH Easy Credit Porch Swing 1 Tab,e 4 Fumed Oak Cft P i s= —and Stool, $1 90 HbWi ........ ... |H V Tp| SION DINING TABLE AND 9x12 Imported Japanese Grass Rugs. TEN-PIECE GOLDEN OAK FINISH BED= p m FOUR CHAIRS, golde. oak fin- /\ *4 Very specblly pricedat- ROOM SUITE, consisting of Dresser Folding = ish. Well constructed, and very spe-X I I with mirror, Chiffonier, Full Size Bed, Lawn Bench =1 ■ , p “m'. r „o a——— ssssssriSStSM M ss-~ 5i.59 11 H Very specially at cially priced \3 / Special at ••- _ n ■ * =;, m p Fasv Credit Terms ’ Easy Credit °* “ Th * Motioned” 9x12 Fiber Rugs, in new patterns Use Y our Credit at “The National’ ’ ... Wl j oasy treats 1 erms and colorings. Special at— =• and wood shades. M THIS BE^V,Th l afi! L c .^2’ PIE w ALNI^TK»y E i K 6? THIS HANDSOME OVERSTUFFED LIVING tiolden Oak d? || nc m - NEER DINING ROOM SUITE, as pictured; consisting of .OO ROOMSUlTE.aspktured.com- Finish $11.75 g =3 Stroller Oblong Extension Table, Buffet, A MM prising Settee, Chair and Rocker, ' E Credit Terms Si Leatherette ._ A _ China Cabinet, Server and six X■ /M ' upholstered in good grade of tap- | u IHZ g, \m HooJ U $12.95 Chairs, with genuine leather seats. V I Easy Credit Terms estry; loose cushions. A big spe- V I .nw la Easy Credit Terms Specially priced at X X/ cial at ±\J/ 11 g Pay “The National’s” Way—-A Little a Week 11==================== Eas V Credit at “The National” 1 6 = j 0r ne Ur anS p = I tr* $19.75 Bab>- Walker m Easy Credit Terms Cl AO ' l^l(|11 / W MM Wood | Easy Credit Terms : = Special »OV THE SUNDAY STAR, WASHINGTON, T). C., MAY 11, 1924-PABT 1. the retiring president, Mr. Juiihn, with a testimonial of regard and ap preciation for his services during the past four years. The officers for the next year were elected as follows: President, R, H. Wolfe; first vice president, Miss Blanch Patterson; second vice president, Maj. Hilder; recording secretary. Mrs. Clinton Thompson; corresponding secretary, Mrs. H. R. Livingston, and treasurer, Mrs. E. J. Leisnltzer The Adams Parent-Teacher Asso ciation met May 5. In addition to the business meeting! a musical pro gram was rendered by the pupils of the school. Among the numbers wore a piano duet, Genevieve Ituiess and Mrs. Watson; song by the pupils of the fifth grade, under the direction of Miss Sullivan; piano solo, Gene vieve Uuless, and violin solo, John Huie-ss. Officers were elected: Presi dent, Mrs. H. L. \\ r atson; first vice president, Mrs. O. B. Waldo; second vice president, Mrs. John Huless; secretary, Mrs. H. E. Surface:'treas urer, Mrs. Joseph Auerbach; auditor, Mrs. John Huiess. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Auerbach and Mrs. Pike. The Edmonds Parent-Teacher Asso ciation will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:45 o’clock. The Congress Heights Pa rent-Teach er Association met Thursday with Mrs. McGogney in the chair. The election of officers will take place In June, several nominations for presi dent have been made. The Randall Highlands Mothers’ Club will meet next Thursday after noon in the home of Vice President Mrs. Streitberger, 1805 Naylor road southeast. The Associa tion will hold a memorial service for its late principal. Miss Philips, next Friday at 8 o’clock. Robert Hay cock will preside. The Brent-Dent Parent-Teacher As sociation will hold a night meeting tomorrow in the Brent School. The speakers will be H. M. Johnson, supervising principal of the seventh division; Representative Allard H. Gosque of South Carolina and Miss Maud Alton, principal of the Amer icanization School. Refreshments will be served. At the last meeting of the Mothers’ Club of Waliach-Towi-rs it was decided a luncheon be held next Thursday. Miss Rawlings spoke of Mias Jessie Brown, »o whose memory the nchool has planned to give a memorial. No decision has yet been reached, but a bird fountain to be placed on tlie front lawn has been con sidered. An unusually delightful musi cal program by Miss Glennon was the feature of the afternoon. A new branch of the Junior Safety Council was organ ized during the past month. The object of this society is to train the children to care for themselves in crossing streets. An exhibit of the work of the various departments of the Hine Junior High School was held in connection with the final meeting of the Parent-Teacher As sociation May 8. The work was at tractively arranged in the various rooms and was viewed by the parents' attend ing. The exhibit of the mathematics ■ and clerical practice departments, show- j ing what business training the pupils I were receiving, was arranged by Miss ] Hessier. Miss Walcott exhibited speci- j mens of real art. The display of the j English classes, arranged by Mass ‘ —■ - ' Howell; the geography classes, arranged by Miss Hinkel, and the history claasir by Miss Mclntosh, showed results oi project teaching. Mr. Curbow had ai exhibit of the work of the print shop Miss Thomason had a display of gar ments made in the domestic art clauses In the domestic science room Miss Gue. conducted a regular clarfs. Miss Taylo: had an exhibit of tadpoles, crayfiai geologic specimens and radio. The itei eral meeting was held in the assembK hall. The Hine School Glee Clubs and j Orchestra, under the direction of j Wood and Mrs. Ward, enttvcalned tin members with maffical selections. Harold E. Warner, principal, made a brief ad dress on the educational significance <• I the exhibit.