Dr Lena Baker of Jefferson City
. _ H S O l V G Dr. Lena Baker Receives Top Business Woman's Award Dr, Lena Baker has been se!ect-!tion. She will be ed as "American Business W o m a n j t n e National title i candidiUt = for the winner of of the Year" by the LaVida Chap-1which will be announced at the Nater. Nater. Jefferson city, of the Ameri- tionai Convention of the American Business Women' of a vegetables corn- r s . Les r i d e 27. Dr. Lena Baker ia-| Business Women'? Association to i'e held in Denver. Colo.. Oct 1921. 1921. Each candidate will be presented w i t h a National Citation a/id tne w i n n e r w i l l receive a p l a q u Dr. Baker is a g r a d u a t e ol toy College. Nevada, Mo.; W i l l i a Woods College. Fultrai; A m v r i v a n Pnvsiso Theropy College. Indianapolis. Indianapolis. Ind. She has a!so studied one year at the University of Missouri. Missouri. Columbia, and has done graduate and post g r a d u a t e work- si t the Philadelphia College of Naturopathy and Ncurooathv. Since World War I! she and her husband have bad their office here in Jefferson City where they practice practice n a t u r o p a t h v and N'eurupatby. Her f i r s t experience came when, she u a s a ' erv younc sir]. She Â· w a s rald i" to scl up w i t h a and care for f i v e children who had pneumonia. U'hert her f a t h e r asked the neighbor how m u c h help she was the neighbor replied. "You'd t h i n k she was an old hand at it." Mr. and Hold F a i l M e e t i n g y n e ' ~" " '' ' ~ L l t y City, E. Dewey. Ellis, 419 E. Home c h e r , ' ] I Â·Â».- i /-i I _ \ A / D r - Baker has one son. Hale r i v e M o n d a v i ^ n l t e d C h u r c h Women stieoter. who is now in California. Â· l l _ i - i j i - _ n 11 . . , S h e a ] so had 0 son. Beryle. who _. ,, . - .'was killed at the B a t t l e of the The United Church women held B l l , s r d u r i n E Wor'd War I I , j their first meeting ol the f a i l at Before establishing her present .. [the f i r s t Presbyterian Church Fn- oc( .,,, M |, nB , snP was a teacher of lay afternoon. ar ( a n c j music. She also worked as Mrs. H. B. Hudson gave the de- a nurse at the State Hospital for votionaj followed with prayer by, the Insane. It was dtiriny this ex- Mrs. Leonard Burridge. ; perience t h n l opened u|) a new The business session was con- world for her and she became in- dueled by the president. Mrs. Otis terested in Phvsical Therapy. Brown. Plans were discussed for Besides her membership in A. B. World Community Day. which is \V. A. she is very nctivo In sev- to be held FrRlav, Nov. 2, at the First Christian Church. At the close of the m e e t i n g cot- First Christinn Church hero, fee was enjoyed with Mrs. Brown at the nrosent time Is serving as ml other organi7Sillons. Dr. Baker is also an active member of the pouring. deaconess.