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denias. Lund-Dumble Wedding Simplicity was the keynote of wedding- ceremonies Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock unltlnB.-Jllss Helen Karen Lund, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Lund'of Corvallls, Ore., and Charles S. Dumble, tho son of Mrs. Walter T. Hand. The ceremony was read by the Rev. Anthony S. Donat, pastor of First Congregational Church at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mnbry, " 2129 Twenty-second street. The bridegroom is a member of a prominent family, his father, the late Herman Dumble, having been connected with the Kern County Land Company for many years prior to hl« ..death in 1924. .Among the out-of-town -guests In attendance were Mrs. Frances Bkllcs and her daughter Barbara of Berkeley and Miss Nancy Mays of Hayward. Others witnessing, the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hand and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mabry. Mrs. Sidles is a sister of Mr, Dumble and Is remembered locally as Miss Frances Dumble. Mrs. Dumble, an alumna of Oregon State College, has won wide attention -in women's sports especially in the field of archery where she earned honors for the college, which Is seventh In this activity among all institutions of Its kind In the United States. .She also is a member of the Phrateres national sorority. Mr. Miller. was graduated from Oregon State College, where he became affiliated with Pi Kappa Alpha, national fraternity and the American Society of Civil engineers, professional engineering society. His honorary membership in the latter organize tlon was won as the result of writing .the best thesis of his class. After a brief wedding trip south, extending over the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Dumble will be at home at Buttonwlllow. The bride. was becomingly attired for the ceremony in a tan traveling suit of sharkskin, worn with brown accessories and a -corsage of gar- Mrs. Skiles and the two children will return north Sunday morning. Dumble, an engineer for & Lux at Buttonwlllow, also Wliltfields Entertain A group of .friends was united ast evening when Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Whltfleld and Mrs., Whitflold's father had as their guest overnight at their home, 1705 Baker street, Miss Hollls Shaw, young Claremont soprano, w,ho was returning to her iome from concerts in'Oakland and Stockton. Mr. and Mrs. Whltfiold entertained at dinner for Miss Shaw and the Misses, Alleen Hartzog and Mary Lambert of Beardsley. Mis,s Shaw was soloist with the Pomona College-glee club when it sang hijre two years ago, Miss Hartzog -and Miss Lambert being members. Since graduation*" '^iss,,Shaw '' has 'been continuing her musical studies and is to embark early this summer on .a concert tour through the northwestern states, and Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. * * * •Bosses Jtetum to Live After three years' absence, Air. and Mrs. Ayilllam Boss have returned to Bakersfleld .to make their homo. With their daughter, Mrs. Oscar Drasln, remembered locally as JHfitia Clare Boss, 'the couple has been residing In the south, moving there from this city where they had. lived 20 years.. Mrs. Drastn', bride of a short time, Is an .alumna of the Kern County Union High .Scfrool and Junior College; since her graduation sho has, studied costume design in the, southland. Her husband is a la'w student at Southwestern University. « •* * Anderson-Cantield Wedding Miss Lorena Alberta Anderson and John Milton CAhfleld, Jr., both of Los Angeles were wedded at.the parsonage of first Baptist .Church, 308 Oleander avenue by. Dr. B. C. Barrett, .pastor, yesterday; The young people ".were attended by John M. CanfleHV Sr., Mrs. V A. C. Gray. Fresno arid Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bevers "of Los Angeles. • The newlywede will ^reside In Hollywood. ', ' ' \ ' . 4» » — . . ' POSTMASTER NOMINATED WASHINGTON, May 30. (U. P.)— President Roosevelt today nominated Jerome Beatty as postmaster ut Claremont, Calif.