B. Y. P. U. NEWS
The president of the Columbia B. Y.
f. U. Federation has received word
that the Oskawawas, or the Baptist
Young People’s Organization of Illi
nois, are broadcasting a B. Y. P. U.
program from the radio station
WMAQ, Chicago, next Thursday. The
program will take about forty min
utes, beginning at 9:15 p.m., central
time. The Oskawawas will give a
short history of their organization
and a few facts about tie B. Y. P. U.
convention to be held at X>enver
New B. Y. P. V. officers for the fis
cal year beginning July 1 are being
elected in many of the local unions.
The result of a recent election at
Second Church was as follows: Presi
dent, Kdwin McKenny; vice president,
William U. Price; recording secre
tary, Muriel Henderson; correspond
ing secretary, Ruby Grimsley; treas
urer, Robert Moore; Bible instructor,
Mrs. E. C. Primmr librarian. Carry
Moore; pianist, Eleanor Henderson;
chorister. Clinton Rollins; superin
tendent Junior B. Y. P. 17., Geneva
Suit: assistant superintendent, Elsie
An election was also held at First
Church: President. Charles B. Mc-
Innis; vice president. Elizabeth Mc-
I>owell; recording secretary, Virginia
Moore; corresponding secretary,
Florence Mulray; treasurer. Bradley
Dulmage; pianist. Mary Ruthwen; su
perintendent of intermediate depart
ment, Lena Parks; superintendent of
junior department, Eva McDowell,
and director of B. Y. P. 17. work, El
To Present Comedy.
The Emory Kpworth league Play
ers of Emory Methodist Church.
Bright wood, D. C., will make their
first appearance next Thursday and
FVidav nights in a comedy, “Anne,
What’s Her Name? ” The cast in
cludes Dr. Charles E. Ralph, Irving
G. Beckwith. Elva Mundy, Frances
Ashford, Gerald Keene, Barrett Pret
tyman, John Ryerson, Grace White,
f'atherine Smith, Ray Laroombe, Mar
garet Randall and Dorothy Beard.
G. F. S. to Have Party.
The annual “party" for the candi
dates of the Girls’ Friendly Society of
the Episcopal Church in the Diocese
of Washington will be held in the
chapel of the Good Shepherd. 6th and
1 streets northeast, next Saturday
afternoon at 2 o’clock. The program
begins with a service conducted for
the children in the chapel by Rev. C.
S. Abbot, the vicar. The gathering
will then adjourn to the parish hall,
where an entertainment will be
given, the several parish branches
presenting a "stunt" or vaudeville
act. Refreshments will be served.
Miss Alida A. Haines is in charge.
Church to Honor Scouts.
Troop 10, Boy Scouts of America, of
the Ninth Street Christian Church,
will celebrate its winning of the cup
in the city-wide advancement con
test next Wednesday evening. Scout
officials will present the cup and also
medals to Clarence Stauffer for win
ning first place in the contest, and to
Carl Ackerman for being in fourth
place. Eagle medals and merit
badges will be presented. After the
presentation the church will banquet
the members of Troop 10, their par
ents and Scout officials. Thomas
Kelly is scoutmaster.
Will Address Lodge.
"Behold Thy Mother!’’ is the subject
of Rev. George O. Bullock this
morning at the Third Baptist Church.
At 8 p.m. he will preach a thanks
giving sermon to the Odd Fellows
and Household of Ruth.
Meeting at Terminal “Y."
The Beta Christian Endeavor will
have charge of the Terminal Y. M. C. A.
meeting this afternoon at 4 o’clock.
The Beta Christian Endeavor Society of
Ninth Street Church won the shield, the
attendance award for the May rally of
the District Christian Endeavor Vnion.
Take Your “Pal”
You can take a
“up the river,”
down in the coun
try—or only next
door. You can
dance to Paul
White man’s or
strains, any time
and any place you
All the richness
oft on e of the
Compact, in leath
erette case with
record album hold
ing ten records.
$5 Delivers It
The Hecht Ca
Music Store, 618 F St,
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The Hecht Co, 7th at F J The Hecht Co, | 7th at F - The Hecht Co, J 7th at F J The Hecht Co,
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afSy Cool Summer Furnishings for Every Home
Carriages Specially Priced for Monday Shopping
I \UM/wu>r Rnwiinri
Equally appropriate indoors or out To Porch and Lawn
The porch becomes the most charming room in the house if fitted
with such smart fiber furniture as this suite. It is very strong (woven *9
closely by hand), very comfortable (with loose cushions and spring
seats) and highly decorative (gay cretonne coverings add that touch). Ir
J/ o f Done in baronial brown finish.
/# f? jy pj cces are purchased separately ,
If Gondola Settee is $19.85, Rocker is $9.95. Chair-is $9.95. ' W
Sleeper Wing Chair
Couch Hammock | Heavier Reed Suite at Fine Fiber Reed
Os round woven Shown in the Cl 1 Covered with Three pa Not
fiber with Steel springs, picture SXJL * “ khaki duck pieces illustrated Strongly built and as
12-inch artillery wheels , , • ... •, , «-vr i • x , . . comfortable as can be.
and rubber tires. Rich- Without being trite, we might say, i\o porch is A living room or sun parlor is transformed into Broad arms with maga
ly upholstered in cor- complete without one.” A swing, a couch, a rest- the most inviting spot with just three pieces of fur- zine pocket intone sjdc.
duroy, with storm cur- ful place to 101 l away leisure hours —all in one. niture. A long sofa, rocker and broad-armed chair, ~
tain. $39.75. Strong as steel construction can make it, comfort- woven of superior fiber, with spring seats and loose | o -
*able as a bed, with resilient spring. A very special cushions. Brown, with colorful cretonnes. i j ; j . ft !
* price—$11.75. Prices Purchased Separately: < '**
_ ff _ , J Sofa. $37.60 Rocker , $14.95 Chair. $14.95 """""""TT*
Ide ?JL* P .o r 2 4 h /«^)? ddes Cretonne Sofa Pillows |
wide s3.* above Filled Illustrated LclWll
Xo cool breeze is kept without, yet no merciless Wlth Floss Above With Metal
\ sun can stream in through the “Ideal” shade. Con- Such color they lend, be it indoors or out, and the * Frame
\ structed of firm, smooth wooden slats, strongly assortment here is generous. Strongly stitched $4.95
corded, stained green or brown, and guaranteed cretonne covers filled with soft silk floss in round.
/A 1\ W J waterproof. This price includes all fixtures for sunburst and buttoned Bar Harbor styles. Cush- m^rto^stand^Uo^tTof
1 hanging. ions not only meant to be decorative but for steady weather. Every bit as
1 (f*/ Other sizes of “Ideal” 1 shades, $4.95 to $10.95. -out-of-door porch use. comfortable as w^ii^buUt.
Fiber Reed Table Fiber Reed Fernery ju-jf
11 \ Matching TQ n P Illustrated With Metal tf'O Q C Illustrated
1| \ the suite SXhS # above Flower Box Above
\ for three” —four or more —convenient any Growing things add charm to any place, not the .
summer afternoon on this spacious, firm and steady least of which is the porch, and this graceful fern
-4' fiber table. It has a smooth, poilshed top, a maga- cry of strongly woven fiber is large enough for
zine shelf beneath and attractive woven legs. Fin- quite large plants. Fitted with deep metal flower jj
iiii ished baronial brown, box 12x28 inches, on a well built sturdy frame. At?
* P ° rCh
Striped Awnings ■ ißiiipiiif Rocker
28 to SO Inches Wide.sl.9s Os Solid Maple
9 2 ft. 8 in, by 6 ft. 8 in,, $1,95 W&M? ' y Hit (M n*)
j wv )JrWw Fine ™ re - scr T^ti*t b rZ k c
- of**brown stained wood. Others j J : : . M : vl tSll
Pullman i Colorful Jap Grass
24x33 inches, 65c Sices 9x12 and Bxlo feet ||j| |||
wo 7c , Black Japanned wire mesh screens Six decorative, clearly printed patterns in blue, brown and green. [&»§ , i||
Os xon n d woven Other sizes 49c to $125. Hall and Stair Runners BBSS; \ p
fiber, with 14-mch ar- *•** Anßei) 35 j n> wide, 40c vd.; 27 in. wide, 35c vd.; 24 in. wide, 30c yd.; 18 in. wide, 11111 j:
tillery wheels and rub- WHtdow Shades 25c yd. ’
w'VcorduroTuphoi- cl. Genuine Crex Rugs, S B- 45 Summer
pnT n S the ors—white, green and ecru. Mount- 9x12 and Bxlo rugs, with 12 new patterns to choose from. Each one Draperies ■
ana wmoows in me e j on serviceable spring rollers. „
hood. $39.75. (second Kio»r, Em Annex.) bearing the Ei ex stamp. -Blue, brown or green. uoiirth noor, Ti>e Hecht co) ■ Gay Grefontte Sets
Davenport Hammock, $29.75 pMI y g IT IT H df /TH *1
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THE SUNDAY STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C.. VAT IT. 1924-PART 2.
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