CHROMAN, Mary TBC 7-16-1941
*Rebekah, installation C. Mrs. Hainline Is Seated as Delano Pocahontas Leader ELANO, .Tufy IB.— Mrs, Joseph Finn of Bakersfleld, district deputy, deputy, serving as deputy Great Poca- luintas, raised chiefs of the Mahaska 'ouncll, No. 233, Degree of Poca- liontns, at a public. Installation ceremony ceremony Monday night at Odd Fellows hull. She. was assisted by Mrs. lone Williams of BakorHflold, senior past chief; Mosdames Grace Dale, Barbara, Chamberlain, .losslo Zuoch, V'en/ola Thono, Jean Spencer. Maud f'h.'ipman, Heather Dalo, Ksther and Florence, Cadwalder and Anna GUI. nil of K'ikawanua Council, and Mrs. Mary Miirston of El Tojon Council. Elrcllvo chiefs raised inrludrd Mesdames Harold Hainlinr, prophetess; prophetess; ,1. K. Enfleld, Pociiliontns; Larry Miller, Wnwnnn; Kstrs Cii- iniinez of Karlimart, I'owhntan; William Hcott, keeper of the records; records; Lawrence Slankard, collector of Wampum; Delbert Conrad, keeper of Wampum; Lillian I'incll, musician; Grace Johnson and Joseph Stewart, trustees. Appointive officers installed were Mesdames James Barton, first scout; Jerry Miller, second scout; Thomas Martinez, first aid; Grover Wasson, second aid; Dean Durant, first runner; runner; Leslie llolton, second runner; Sallle Brown, first counselor; Grace Johnson, second counselor; Joseph Stewart, guard of tho tepee; Ktta Kucntzel, guard of tho forest; Melvln Melvln Lynch, first warrior; Paul Moore, second warrior; Lulu Wasson, color bearer; Miss Ima Jean Farrla, fourth warrior; and Miss Mary Chroman, third warrior. v Bobbie Stewart entertained with two readings and Airs. William Shcwcraft find August Dtisserre sang a duct, with John Xentner accompanying accompanying at the piano. Mrs. James Barton nnd Mrs. Harold Harold H'aiMlIno were elected delegates to the great sun soswlon of tho groat council of California, August 1!) to :> t at Iteil Bluff. Mrs. Finn wan recommended recommended as the district deputy. Mrs. William Scott read tho term report and ull business for the term was cloned. Mrs. Joseph Stewart headed thn decoration committee. Story Hour Planned at Delano Library DELANO, July 16.—Beginning today, today, a children's story hour will be hold at tho local branch library, with Miss Lee Bronson of Pomona Col- logo acting as tho story-teller. Miss Bronson is a member of the second second annual Quaker-Methodist Work Camp bolng held here this summer. Tho story hour will be overy Mon day, Wednesday and Friday from 2 to 3 p. m. at tho library whore Miss Holcn Lackey, librarian, or hor assistant, Miss Marian Chung, will bo on hand to assist. Children up to 12 years oC age have boon invited to attend.