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AmariiXo- Daily News
AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1922 Alrah D. Meyer Telephone 471 omen s r eatures Latest and Beat of Ererythbj i tt rrr r Churches bociety W i K MOVF.MKST rTLAKITY V In gradually puli- . . I uini. MrrFM AND MTTI.K TIIKATKK I'KltNONAL MKNTION. OKOWINU IN t'Wl sirs. Lnn Huhn-r will arrive home Jthm litdv ihwitr today from an titfiilxd visit In Mnnl- Iflg Itwir to ihi furoaround of lit rMI lou- tag of dramatic art. It ha liwn suiil Maurlcs llrallry of Monton vlltdl thitt thin fiioveint-nt U niia at tha nW. with Ir. and lr. Ilnry (lould. Tliur jwt. rrrrst. mi iwiont and dramatic itriv AM Ills wiitl ( f'-tllfnMiln MUs ituih Cartwrlght Ml Maturity for hr homa In Mineral Well. ufur shmt Vlnlt with MIns Oliver lira lkle, t of ether with other relative and friend. XIIm WlUa IWard haa returned,' horn after attending tha Teurher' Irsultut In Canyon thla week. Mla Reod will taarli at Alllwm thxl year. Mr. and Mr. J. V, Collier nfj IX.Hu ar cutting with their grambtAjghtfr, Mr. V. M. Adain and famlMof 04 WmI Nineteenth atreet. I MIm Jele Martin and loma Andrew of Clarendon who vlalted friend Un th fity during the wee, returned lnm rrlday. MIM Doris Nolle will arrive hums today from an ettendrd trip tn point In California. Mra. Henry Iturdlng ha a her gtirt her mother. Mra. Robert CnM or Whlil U Fall. j force in th art of tha Amerclan stag tottny. Orou-m of little thttr player have sprung up within tha Mt few yeiir in practically all of our lurga ( it it a, and In many smaller onea whlcli prove the glowing itopulartty of tn iMovemeiii. In aouthern California sltfi there are over fifteen 04-llvo iwmiinuaity theatre gmuNi. The player hsvg or. gunn-isl wah the purpoMi of giving t th peoplu y utilising local tulent, m cleuner, hlxher and mora reasonably prloed Una of entertainment tfliui could tie offered hy raid prnrMwUfrutl. The little theatre company of Anui rlllo, or the Amurlllo Umiiuttlo Hurli-ty rank high among thoe of larger rliir In loth talent unit' orgunisatlon, and under the pi ofraafrmal direction of Htan ley W. .i'krvn, la growing rapidly t. JlmuHf unri Intereat and la Hteadily working toward Unqueatiuned smves. The company i now rehearHing a gruti-i of pluya to lie prenented Monilay, Hep Mra Marger Canarton left Hulurdity temlr 1. at the HuiiIIni Church He. for a aeveral week' trip to CHl.furnla. Irreational (iroun.l. under tha amplce MLM Bertlw tluunder and Ml MIm the Hriilor KhW-lu flu of that rila Ituff of Molan, arrived In the city KYIday to ba Die week-end guel of tha fonner'a abler. Ml Olive Haun dera. Mia Don Maaon, who ha tteen vlaltlng with Mra. It J. lnroim of 1S0O Van Hureo atreet, from Narnsurl, Ho nm, lft Kridsy fur Clovl where h will maka a abort viait before return ing to her noma In Old Mexico. Ml Maaon wua formerly a reaident of Am rlllo and during her tay here wax th Inaplratlnn of a number of pretty lul affair, on of th moot charming of which wa tha liltl farewell party glv n Thuraday evening by her hoaieao, when soma thirty five guests rame dur ing the evening to viait liformally and to partake of k-ed punch and wafer which wera nerved from a labia on tha turrh, which wo mada attractive with garden flower. - MIM Velmy, Ku Green. Muoln teach er of Miami wa In Amarillo Krldajr. Mia drawn, who la aNlttng In pro moting tha muklo featlval In M ami. wa here conferring with Km II K. Myer. Mra. J. lively of UttMield la In Amarillo taking apeclul Inat ruction un der Mia Heairlea 8ty. violin teach r at tha Amarillo College of Muaia. Mra. O. A. V. I"rker if llorefonl. who haa rharga f the mimical content feature of the MuhIc KcMlvul for Here ford.ewaji in tha-oMy -thai anrly pan of tha week conferring with director, I'.mll V. My era. about tha w-k. MrA II. IL Creek and . Kdwatd of I'anhundle. apenl the week In Anmrll I.) vUltlng with Mra. Creek' aunt, Mr. 1). M. Young. Mi. Tht-odita lluywood of Iji Vegru, who ha b-n vlilling hera fur everal week. Iuim returned iKMiie. P. I. Thompaon and baby, accmn anted by hi M'tr. M m Willie Ttiom eon, left Huturdny for Nunnelly, Tenn., Where they will l guenl of tbelr nuHlf vr and father. UlTlit MIKKKN KIANOR AM JflSKI'IIINK ilHT KNTKRTAIN. A a fitting rtoae to tha summer holt d ay and tha long and delightful va cation that tha children hava enjtyed, krga number of bo and girl aeni bled for one lat fmllo rTlday evtmlug. Ufora aettllng doan to their atudiea with the oiwnlng of school on Monday, nt th hom of Mr. and Mra. It. U. fllat. 1410 Jackaon atreet. when IhMr two amail daughtar. Kleanor and Joe phlna entertained. A Wwn party w" Panned and every thing wua In raadine. while th ana clou Uwn wero gully atrung with nany mlored lclrl( light prepara tory to a Jolly evaning In the open, but owing to tha ruin during the after noim. the youngMer wera forced to content themcve with Indoor plea tire, and a very delightful evening wua aient In conleata and guinea In the pret tlly decoruled guet room, and befora tha gueel departed l their reiecilva liome a dellclou refrenhment ciHir of Ire and rak wa aerved. Among thoae preenl were: Wlhta Umlth. IJIIlan Blanch Thompaon. IMV rlota Jone. rttherine 04le. June M Cultotigh, lluth lfficge, Helen Hinllh. Mary larulne Akew. Ktolle Lumpkin. Helen lurr. Mui"ln Wulllngford. Kutli ryn IMttimn, porothy Hutching. Klor l4iula Kum. Kllnaiwtk Meyer. Allca Faller. Catherln Chandler. Krncea Powell Adeline Lumpkin. William My num. Cliarle Iiwmlea. Ilntrt Hlgln hot ham. Ktunk Allen. Ktunley Haran. Alberl Uoyre. tlllmore Nunn. Merl Neely. Billy IVnniken and Wele- Mo lionuld. HARMON V fl.lB TO BKOIS 1TCAK-H WORK OCTOBKR f- All member of iha lUrmony Club who luive not yet reoeived their yrar hook ar aked to report ft Mr. II. B. Holland, phon 1020. Th flrt regular meeting of the year will ba hi-M on Monday. October J. at the home of MIM Nell Horaebrugh. 14U Hurrlaon atreet. Teldrit' Ikjy w.ll he obrved and work will ba auirted on a ChrMmaet Cantata. Those Interested In becoming ao rUte meml-er ..f the Club will call Mr. II J llouser or Mr. Ham trr. A called meeting of lha member will Im held during lb early part of thl week. HAM ISO AM) Ml Hir HT1 DIOft TO BK orKNKD SKXT WKKK Mr lieelle WllUm will open her dne:ng nd muelc nidlna for i; JT" on on Thurday. rpt. U, Tay lor Btreet. Mia. William InrtrurUd lurge rlaM A..H., the lr oenon wlno lenlltlful nd artiKltr eihUtltkm renled manv church, who the ralalng a fund to a int di-erving ! and girl, who ar mliltioua to continue their vducatluii In higher Inntltutlon of learning and vtlui the fiiwnclally unulile to do so. Tha play to ba given are, "Tha Tot Boiler" and "Tha I'luy House." "Tha I'ot Boiler." a play within a pluy, Is brimming over with fun and whuleaoina humor, and strive to give from enumoroua viewpoint tha trkil of both actor and play directors, all of tha "horrtbU" details of tha rehearsal f a ptsy. "Tha llay House Is a beautiful story of two lover who wera parted on his enlistment for aervlce In tha Worli War, and following months of anilou walling after hi departure to Kranoe, a report Is received to the effegf that lie has lieen killed In action. Kiysn th nildHt of tha debre of her stuttered dreams, 4 he brava little harolnexliuilds tha II tie homa of their dreams, dud In her fancy meet him tht-re eoch vHv lng. It flnnully turn out however, ss sll good stories do. that tha hero Is vary much alive, and In a thrilling climax return to live In reality with hi weet heart In their "Ikttla housa of dream." Ticket for the play war placed on oak last Monday and may m purchas ed for fifteen and thlrty-fiva cent frmii any of the memlier of th Klilcla Clans) i PIKRIANH HON) INTKRKHTIN'd MKKTINti 11 KSIIAY An Interesting meeting nnd program wua held Thurmluy aftrrniMin by th memliera of the Pleruin Club at the home of Mrs. W. K. Chandler on 1702 Van Bui-ail Htreet, when the study or "American Architecture" was taken tip. Mr II. 8. Arnold gava a pleasing din t'limiliili of lha "Karly Colonial IVrUnl in Architecture; Mrs. t If. Huhtiell talked on the "iAte Colonial period." while "8xn eh tnfluencea in mlwilotia of tho Honthweat" wua the aiihiect of a de lightful talk by Mrs. F. L. Myer. This wits the flmt meeting of the new club year and a nplendid spirit nf inter- rt wu ahnwn hy alt of the member in lha wnik of tha club for the Cuming yeui-. MRS. RfKiKRM BKCtlVKH ML VOl'H PUIT CU D Kit Vous Plait Club was mtertaJned Thursday afternoon at tha homa of Xlra. Jesaa A. Rogers, 1TI0 Hughra Htreet. Needle work and hrldg furnished pleamint diverlon from S to and the haatena served a delicious salad cnurna Kail flowers wera featured In the decor utlofl of the entertaining rooms. I.I'NCHKON IH (1IVKN AT IIARVKY IIOI HK Mrs K. L. Roberts Jr.. was hoatess si a lovely informal lunrneon Thursday at one o'cliH'k, at tha Harvey limine. given In h'Hior of Mra l-Mward MoWll liam of Hunta Anno, California, who has been the Insplrslloii of a number i other dellKhtful sociul affairs during her stay In the city. nciN-alloti spproprlute to the sea- on were used and banket of gaily tint ed asters snd fern formed the nllruc live oentir decora! on of the luhlei where rovers wore Uld for a lurge nil lie her Of gueKt. HIMIKAMM WILL MKRT NI NHAV ArTKRSOON The Hunbeum of tha Ktrst Baptist Church will hold their first meeting Nines their diMiundment for th sum mer months, this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. In the church annex, Mr. C, Jj. I'ott wil Ihe In charge or lha hour. ' TI'KMIAV TO RK BIO DAY XT ( 01 NTRY VIA U Many gueat are expected to viait the Amarillo Country Club and partici pate In the games of golf w.lh tho ou-m-rvance of ladle1 ilay Tueiiduy. Mes dames Will Herring and le Blvlns will set as hiteie. A number or Infor mal luncheon and other features aia gelng planned. rilll.DRKN'M HTORY IIOI'R NATI RHAV MORMNO Thu regular children's atotyl.n hour wa held In the aemlty room at the Library Huturdny morning, hcn Ml Ie Wolflln told a nmobi-r of In tercet lug tale to the younger lot from is to eight year, among which were: "IJItlc Prince llewued." "The (l ami the IWy Cat;" "The Hhoe Maker," and "Coming and OWng " Ma lio- . , . . . . i h u a rut rur irrain lt- I !- M I. ulilw aMlrlulttMdf iIim aAAm nenaniiHi nnin- - - ...... - - " to Amarillo art lover, tha lat rNrnr hlldrm with numler nf etnrle In tnce being b ven at the Heundl The- a-uint 'The Htur and the Lily. "How Ira soma months ago. Tha work this (ha Camel gut hi Hump.' snd "Th easun ipect4 I" be even mors our- pooling Itear." The hour will I held rooxful and rresta oven greater Inter at lha usual time nest Saturday mora Ml lie) M f "t ar. Inf. i Coming Here During Musical Festival Msaaaar- t---, ,,- - N V. ; e. h .;V r Ml Anna Cuoe, famuli Roorsilo nf th Metropolitan Oim-. rmnanv. will apiiear In a lecltul at the firth rratlval program of tha Panhandle Muaia r'Miivai nest April. Individual Interpretations Mark tha New Arrivals Fall Millinery Theie new arrivals represent the latest creations In Millinery modes. They are smart and modish to be sure, but they have that individuality that the fastidious woman appreciate and demand. These new arrivals are ready for your inspection. Prices start at $395, $4 95 and up in easy stages to $14.95. Visit Our Art Goods Department Stamping patterns and a complete stock of art materials. Royal Society and D. M. C Embroidery Cotton in all colors. MITH Phone 1113 ,509 Polk k. I oh The Panhandle's Oldest Store Established 1897 1 We Now Tell You About Coats aid Dresses For School Girls Coats for Girls Provide Tailored Smartness Tweeds ami homespuns soft woolens and plaid effects are the fabrics we have selected as the most appropriate for our school wear coats fur girls of 6 to 16 years And since the materials arc nianish, the styles are, too perfectly tailored, and so smart, as a result. For smartness, warmth and long wear nothing can equal them. f Priced to fit the most moderate purse , if Girls School Dresses For school and every day wear, these frocks are just .the thing, prettily styled and serviceably made. They ,are the sort that may be worn day in and day out, resisting desk and seat wear, and do not wrinkle readily. The modes are exceedingly simple but what they lack in adornment, they make up in smartness and economy. They can be had in many pretty combinations in attractive colors, just what the school girl likes, the materials are Velvet, Jersey and many Woolen Fabrics. Sizes from 6 to 16 years. Priced very modest. ' i Announcing The opening of the new beauty parlor on balcony at White & Kirks. Wednesday morning Sept. 13th, Mrs. Ruth Tage will be in charge and she promises to the people of Amarillo and the Panhandle service that can't be equaled in the city. She has'for your comfort the most modern equipped parlor in the Panhandle and wilt have at all times capable help, and service will be the slogan of the new beauty parlor She Invites her many friends to visit her opening day Ruth Beauty Parlor i White Kiirlk The Place To Buy Shoes , " Mail J NEWS WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Chiropractor I I. r. arooaart D. C, iHil-atil fW 'or, ajat X-fta IMS-IMS. Vfostora tUg, Caartaoaoo. DR. S. P. VINEYARD of lb Or. 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