The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 2, 1944 · Page 5
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Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, September 2, 1944
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i ii E I IOWA AUXILIARY MEETS TUESDAY RESUMING INDOOR EVENTS AFTER PICNIC MEETINGS Following a successful scries of summer outdoor meetings. Iowa Auxiliary will hold its first fall session at Coca-Cola, clubrooms Tuesday beginning at 11 a. m. Many members have been vacationing out of the city during tho Hummer, several of them in Iowa. A Itfrge attendance is anticipated. The third of the quarterly birthday parties will he held, with seven honorees at the special table; gifts \\i\l be presented. An appropriate program is being planned* Mrs. H. S, Knight, after a long'illness and absence, will bo on hand with her "Hawkeye Tattler," newspaper of jects and good humor. A no-hostess luncheon will be served at noon, and ail participants are asked to bring table service for themselves. Mrs. Eva Dye will preside. .Miss Thompson Is Bride of Marine Weds South Pacific Hero at Home Ceremony Here Standing before 30 guests. flail Marie Thompson and Corporal Warren Weddle, United Staios Marine Corps, wore married August 20 at 6 p. rn. at the homo of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Thompson, 2115 Palm street. Cor- fiora 1 W odd IP, who has seen 18 months' service in tho south Pacific, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John WcMldle nf Roc-kford. 111. The ttows were exchanged before t IIP Reverend A. X. Chrlstonsen, pastor of First Methodist Church, with Mrs. Carol Bur-huer Hodgers playing the wedding marches and tho favorite number of the couple. "My Devotion." Miss Dorothy Thompson wa.a the maid of honor and Bornie Forrester stood with Corporal Weddle as best man. Summer garden flowers were used about the rooms. For her wedding costume, the bride chose a two-piece light weight beige suit; she wore pink carnations in her coiffure, and her husband presented her with an orchid corsage. Miss Thompson was attired in a gray silk crepe suit. Mrs. Weddle was graduated from Kast Bakersfield High School and her husband from the Roekford schools. He has participated in six major battles, having -six stars on his campaign ribbon. Among them were Saipan and Guam. At Guadalcanal he was on the famous ship that went between two portions of the Japanese fleet. He is now un- nssignod and will he in Vallejo until his next duties are announced. The young people are now nt Ttockford, bavins gone by train lo visit the bridegroom's parents. Art SectlonW Meet on Tuesday To Continue Making Dolls for Refugee Children Art section of BakersficUl Woman's Club will continue work 'on refugee rtolls when it meets Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Bert McOUihan. Golden State Highway, for an all-day meet- Ing, according to Mrs. J. n. Kllerd, chairman. Participants are ro- *iucsted to meet at the home of Mrs. J S. Burton. Anyone wish- Ing transportation should call Mrs. Klierd, Mrs. Ogdtn Allums or Mrs. Burton. The group recently met at the home of Mrs. Charles Medlock. 1SOO Orange street, with a large attendance reported. Among those participating wore: Mesdamcs S. Singleton. J. P. Me* Kean, A. E. Hoagland, J. S. Burton, Ella Myers, Marvin Myers. Marvin Parker. J. W. Culliton, A. L. Barnes. S. M. Hufsteder, C. R. Simpson, George . Hollingsworth, E. B, Harvey and J. K. Ellerd. GRAY LADY TRAINING TAFT, Sept. 2.—Registration for the course in Gray Lady training is still open at the Bed Cross headquarters in the Reader building. Ladies from the West Side will be chosen as candidates. The classes will start September 5 and applications should be made prior to that date, further information may be had by calling the Red Cross headquarters or Mrs. Warren Kraft, chairman of the Gray Lady Corps. TO WED LIEUTENANT—Miss Dorothy Gill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Gill, of 208 Bedford Way, will journey to Dodge City, Kan., during the latter part of September to wed Lieutenant Stephen Pfeifer. Jr., of the United Stales Army Air Corps. They will exchange vows on September UO. Miss Gill to Marry Air Corps Officer Announcement was made here today of the approaching marriage of Miss Dorothy Gill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Gill, 208 Bedford Way, to "Lieutenant Stephen Pfeifer, Jr., of the United States Army Air Corps. The couple will wed September 30 at the field chapel In Dodge City. Kan. The bride-elect attended local schools and was active in public speaking in addition to being affiliated with several campus organ I/a* tions including Valkyries, of which she was vice-president. She also WHS treasurer of her senior class last year. Miss Gill is an active member uf the Amuisc'lles Club. VIer fiance received his education in Texas schools. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pfoifer, Sr., of Texas. Miss (Jill is the granddaughter of two local pioneer families, Mi 1 , and Mrs. K. C. Goodman, 7'J6 Crawford street, and Mrs. Ida Gill and the late John Gill. Mercantile Company Entertains League Pioneer Mercantile Company, s'ponsors of a team in the Pee Wee Rail League, entertained its team at a dinner at the II Trovatore Cafe Wednesday evening. During the banquet complimentary remarks were exchanged by Ronnie Kavern, captain of the team, and Leo Scham- blin, representing: sponsors of the league. The championship will be played this evening against Bakersfield Building Materials at the fairgrounds. Following the dinner, participants went to the Fox theater. Karlier during the week the team had the privilege of going to Radio Station KPMC. where they were interviewed on the air during the Sport • Parade Broadcast by Art Mason. sharing the dinner were Captain Kavern and his players, Alvin Kirkland, Kny Wilcox. Buddy Steel. Bill Taylor. Don Torres. Jack McCormick. Jimmie Pieper. Bobby House, Wesley House, Wayne Meske, Bill FEous, Bobby HOUR and Unrold Kavern, coach of the team. Special guests were Mr. Scham- blin, Al Randour of the Pioneer Mercantile Company, Art Maron, of KPMC. Mr. and Mrs. James Kavern and Miss Barbara Kavern, Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Rons. Mr. and Mrs. Sain Kelly and Miss Evangeline Steel. Kindergarten Pupils to Register Tuesday McFARLAXD. Sept. 2.—Registration of kindergarten and first grade children will take place Tuesday, September 5, at 9 a. m. at the kindergarten room of the McFarland Grammar School, it was announced today. Parents are asked to accompany their children, who will be allowed to return home following registration. Regular classes for the grades will begin Wednesday. FRANK CARTER HOME Frank Carter, of McFarland, is again home after a five-week stay in Deiano Hospital following a major operation. He is slowly improving. Mrs. Gillie Carter of Ben ton City, Mo., mother of the patient. is a house g'uest of her son and his ' family. HEAR REV. LOVING SUNDAY MORNING 11 o'Clock "America's Greatest Need" SUNDAY EVENIXti 8 o'Clock "They Anchored Until Morning" Act 27-29 G. F. LOVINq, 1'astor Beginning a Radio Broadcast Saturday Night, September 9 From 10 to 10:30 Over STATION KERN Be Sure to Tune In for Opening Program First Southern Baptist Church River Boulevard and Water Street w Safeertfffel* Californian Saturday, September 2, 1944 TOGETHER HALF A CENTURY— Fifty years of wedded happiness was marked by a party recently at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. n Junes. 114 West Sixth street. The celebrants were married in Tower City, Pa., in August of 189-1. Hiebert Speaker at Youth Conclave Held in Oklahoma for developing and replacing leadership was stressed by the Reverend P. X. Hiebort. one of the nine faculty members presiding at the third annual Christian Fellowship Bible Retreat of Mennonlte Brethren youriR people. August MS to -". in Enid. Okla. He also spoke at three chapel hour periods on practical Christian living. Knur hundred young people were registered and (»oo persons attended the Sunday meetings. Sessions wore conducted on the campus of Phillips University. The local Mennonite pastor is now home. Motto was "For Me to Live Is Christ." Topics in addition to developing Christian Leadership, by Mr. Hiebert. included, Next Door Evangelism, Music in the Church, Practical Praver. The Person of Christ, Child rCvangelism. Holy Spirit, and the Christian Home. Outstanding speakers included Professor Herbert Richert, who handled the rnusic "themo and who is n brother of Leonard Richcrt. of the Makers field church; the Reverend Ren Braun, retreat evangelist of .Minnesota, and others. Kern county will sponsor a retreat over Labor Day week end on Greenhorn mountain, Mr. Hiohrrt reports. The local pastor is secretary of the youth committee for the national or- ganisation of the Mennonite Brethren Church, which sponsors the youth retreats. The one from which he has just returned was comprised of young people from Kansas. Oklahoma and Colorado, and was dedicated to educational, recreational and inspirational topics. West Side USO Club Slate for Week End Is Listed TAFT. Sept. 2.—Three nights of dancing, two mo view, a community night program, breakfast, buffets, and a. half hour of concert music fill i ho wcok-end activities for the Taft l.'SO Club. Thursday evening the service personnel and their guests, the Junior Hostesses, affiliated with -the club, were treated to the music of the full radio band of Gardner Field under the baton of Warrant Officer Alexander Courage. Already gaining a name for themselves in the music and radio world, the band brings together top notch musicians from such famous bands as Harry James, Tommy Dorsey and Kay Kycsr. Last night the OLT department of Gardner Field presented the dance program with the "Dixieland" Band, under the .direction of Aviation Students Jimmy Crawford and Bud Milligan. The informal evening of dancing is attracting the service personnel and Junior Hostesses through tho specialty numbers and free style of the orchestra who gear each set. of dance numbers to special requests of the dancers. The week-end of activities will start with Saturday afternoon buffet to be served by the members of the Lincoln P. T. A. Service personnel and Junior Hostesses will return to the club tonight for the regular week-end dance when the 10-pieoe Gardner field orchestra, under the direction of Staff Sergeant Don Wood will play. Members of tho Thcresian Club will offer the Sunday morning Break-ur-fast at 10:30. At 12:15 the regular classical hour will be held wfth favorites in classical and semi- classical recordings offered, with the Sunday matiness to be presented 4t 3 p. m. when the full length mo tion picture, "Alaska starring Richard Arlen Parker, will be offered. At 8 p. m. the regular community night program will be offered with the second showing of the picture. Members of the Delta Theta Tnu sorority will offer the Sunday afternoon buffet and members of the La ftstrpl la Club will offer the "after show refreshments." Highway," and Jean Bryan Coleman Is Speaker at Taft Rotary Meeting TAFT, Sept. 2.—"The Readjustment of the Returning Veteran" was the subject chosen by By ran Coleman. of the United States Employ, ment Service at Bakersfield, a veteran or World War IJ, when he appeared before the Taft Rotarians, at their regular weekly luncheon held at the Fox hotel, recently. "There are already (iOO returned veterans of World War II in Kern county, to be returned to civilian 8641 1242 a couple of least one in One of tho nicest things about a jumper la that It looks nice on practically any typo fiKUie—and it's the moat comfortable varment In the world! Have them in smart cottons and at no ft flannel or Jerney. Pattern 8641 la in sizes 12. 14. 16, 18. 20; 40 and 42. Size 14, jumper, require** 3 yards of 39-Inch material; blouse, short •leevca, 1% yard*. The smart new tasue of the midmimmtr style book—Fashion—bas 32 paves of cool- looking", crisp new sportweur and summer day frocks and accessories. Order your coupy now. Price 15 cents. Por this attractive pattern, send 29 cents In coins, with your name, address, pat* tern number and size to The Bakerafittd Callfornion Today's Pattern Service, 709 l/iasiott Street. Han Franvitco 9. employment," stated Coleman. The claims from vt-terann wishing to return to their jobs held before entering the service are handled by Selective Service, he said, while the three veteran organizations, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Diga bled American Veterans, and the American Legion, take care of placing the claims. Sketching an overall picture of "G. I. Joe's" benefits compared with those of tho soldier of World War I. he pointed out that in the first. World War $00 was top discharge bonus, while in this war It is $300. Total disability then was $HO per month, while the maximum is now $200. Coleman said, in speaking of the educational privileges of the veteran of today, that he is permitted part of his tuition up to four years, as well as a subsistence allowance of $50 a month, plus $25 for a dependent. Visitors present at the luncheon and the organizations which they represented were Clarence A. Williams, Selective Service. Edward G. Sewell, Veterans of Foreign Wars, William O. Erlckson, American Red Cross, and Lieutenant Hamilton Darling of Gardner Field, public relations. Other guests were Ben Roberts and E. Jackson of the Standard Oil Company at Bakersfield. President Everett Birchfield presided and Dick Bruce was chairman of the day. West Side Nurse Writes From England TAFT, Sept. 2.—Mrs. Lit la Weiss of the L. and L. Hotel has received word that her daughter, Lieutenant Velma Tertrou of the Army Nurse Corps, is now in England. Lieutenant • Tertrou enlisted and was stationed at Camp Irwin for a year prior to being sent overseas. At Carnp Irwin. she was assistant chief nurse. Prior to enlisting Lieutenant Tertrou was private secretary to Doctor Ross of the Ross Loos Medical Group in Los Angeles. Corporal Clyde Sullivan Visits on West Side TAFT. Sept. 2.—Corporal Clyde Maxie Sullivan is visiting here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sullivan, of 212 San Emidio street, from his post at Pinellas Army Air Field, at St. Petersburg, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan^ will accompany Corporal Sullivan to Long Beach to visit his wife, Rose Mary, who is attending ichool there. Another eon, Private Corbet M. Sullivan, is now stationed at Cheyenne, Wyo. MRS. TREW WILL READ "HARRIET" HAS SPECIAL PERMISSION FOR TEHACHAPI WOMEN Mrs. J.-iinos Trew, Wasro reader, will present an hour's abridgement of Colin Clement's and Florence Kyeison's historical drama "Harriet" for Tehachapi Institute for Women in the near future, hnving obtained sporial permission to do so from the authors. Mrs. Trew wrote to Helen Hayes, who in turn obtained the playwright's special release to Mrs. Trew for this one performance. The reader's appearance is to be one of the series arranged by Miss Inna Welll. who will accompany Mrs. Trew to Tehachapi. Mrs. Lawrence I Wrill, Mrs. Fred Henry and others have appeared with success in the past. Greenfield Schoo Open Sept. 5 With a staff enlarged to It teachers, Greenfield Union Elementary School will open Tuesday, September 5, prepared to enroll an anticipated 37f> children. Regular bus service will call for the children at established stops in the morning and will return them at the close of a short day. No luncheons will he served in the school cafeteria until Wednesday, September 6. Starting- Wednesday, the cafeteria, under management of Mrs. Ida Olsen, will serve wholesome, well-balanced meals to the children HT a cost of 10 cents for primary children and 15 cents per meal for the upper graders. These meals include milk, meats, fruit and vegetables, bread and butter, salads and desserts, in carefully planned and dietically balanced menus. New teachers added to the staff include Mrs. Kva \Jash, first grade, of Bakersfickl: Dorothy Rolton, second grade, of Mojave; Josephine Giminiani and Wanda Fuhlendorf, fourth and sixth grades, of San Jose State Teachers College, and Myrtle Fife, seventh grade, of Rosamond. The district trustees recently agreed to grant a year's sick-leave to Mrs. Alice Phillips, vice-principal. Mrs. Beulah Weldon has been appointed to that office in her place, Wesley Visel. district superintendent, announced. Former Taft Man Is Missing Over Reich TAFT, Sept. 2.—Word has been received from the war department by Mrs. Bennie Bowling, that her husband, Lieutenant Harry Bowling, first pilot on a B-17, has been missing in action over Germany since August 0. Mrs. Bowling, who makes her home in Ventura, was in Taft Wednesday. Lieutenant Bowling, a graduate of local elementary schools, entered the Army Air Corps in November, 11*42, at Santa Ana. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Bowling, formerly of Taft, but now of Vallejo. He received his commission in October at Douglas, Ariz., after which he received final training in B-17 Flying Fortresses at Tampa, Fla., and left for overseas in July. Lieutenant Bowling's brother, Banks Bowling, machinist inate first class, United States Navy, recently returned from the south Pacific and returned to Taft after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bowling, and sister. Mrs. Donald Arnot in Vallejo, and is spending the remaining part of his leave in Taft with his wife and baby daughter. Name Committee on Special Week Committee for preparing observance of National Religious Education Week's activities, beginning September 24. was announced for Trinity Church today by the Reverend Dillon Wesley T^hrockmor- ton, pastor. The observance will include World Wide Communion Sunday, October 1. On the committee are Henry M. Dasch, general superintendent of the Church School and chairman of the board of education. Mrs. Ray Rosenlieh, Mrs. Ben Kellner and John R. King. ATERNAL To Meet Monday Blue Bird Camp No. 8208. Royal Neighbors, of America, will meet Monday at S p. m. in the Knights of Pythias hall to complete plans for a rummage sale to be held September 27. Mrs. James Dunn and Mrs. D. A. Damitz will be assisted during the evening by Miss Margaret Diimitz. Mrs. Nettie Waters, oracle, will preside. Caledonia Chapter The regular meeting of the Caledonia chapter 391, O. E. S.. is to be at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the Caledonia Masonic temple. Mrs. K. K. Kidd and Joseph B. Hart will be matron and patron at the initiation ceremonies. Mrs. Drexel R. Blair and Mrs. John J. Oliphant will be co-chairmen. DORMAN HOTO SHOP It73 Ch«»t«r Av«nu« Special Rates and Woman Open After 6 P. M and Sunday by Appointment * PHONE 8.S713 MRS. HYMER TO SING SEPT. 11 MRS. WOOLDRIDGE WILL ACCOMPANr AT PIANO LIVING IN SOUTH —Now residing at their new home at Balboa island are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Appleman, who were united in marriago in July. Mrs. Appleman is the former Miss Clara Prince, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb J. Prince, formerly of this city and now of Wilmington. She attended local schools and Bakersfield Junior College, The bridegroom, who is of Los Angeles, is employed by the Eleventh Naval District as a radio engineer. oc *i ^ *n PARADE "When Business and Professional \V'iin*-n .s Cluh celebrates its silver a n n i versa ry, S^p timber II, at a hnmeroming dinner in the Spanish ballroom of Hotel Kl Tejon, Mrs. Otis Hymor. mezzo-soprano soloist, will sing three Scandinavian songs, and an operatic ^Ha, nrcompanied at the piano by Mrs. Joseph Wooldrfdge. Two \\jii he suns' in Norwegian and one in Spanish, and each will be introduced with an interpretation which will add to tiio audience's appreciation of the songs' meaning:. The S<'Hndinaviau songs will include "Th" Gull' (Sinding), "The Little Mountain Maid" (LangeMuller) and "The Norwegian Echo Song" (Thrane). MLS. Uytncr's aria will be "O Mio Fcmandd," from "La Favorita" Labor Day Dinner Scheduled Monday D. A. V. Auxiliary, Chapter to Share Event in Hall iui Prator Wedding Miss Ha/.cl Dunagan. the daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Wilhurn Dunagan, of this ciiy, and Thomas L Prat or, i 'son of Mrs. Lura Prat or, were i united in marriage Thursday at 11 ; a. m. in Four Square Gospel Church. The wedding was a quietly arranged function, being witnessed only by immediate relatives. The Reverend W. E. Long- performed a double ring ceremon. The bride, was attired in a gray- blue suit worn with black accessories. Attending the couple were the bride's mother. Mrs. Dunagan. and the bride's cousin, Xewton Freeman. For a wedding journey the couple went to Taft and Coalinga for a few days. , Mrs. Prator attended schools In Oklahoma as did the bridegroom. Mr. Prator is an ex-marine, having received an honorable discharge. He was at Pearl Harbor on December 7. He is now employed with Union Oil Company. Mr. and Mrs. Prator will make their home in this city. * * * Back From North Mrs. Ksiher Camph'ell. custodian at Oildale branch library, accompanied by her son. Russell, has returned from a vacation at Berkeley, Palo Alto and Redwood City. She visited the Russell Pray family in Berkeley, and was the guest of Miss Aimee Peters, head cataloger at Palo Alto, and Miss \Vilhelmina Harper, librarian of Redwuod City library. * * * Gitfor<l-Baiimg;irU'n On Saturday, August 26, Miss Gall Clifford, of Los Angeles, became the bride of Fred J. Baum- gurten, younger brother of Xorbert Baumgarten, county counsel, tho Reverend Thomas F. Lund, pastor of the First Congregational Church, performing the ceremony. The bride, now in the publicity department of the Columbia Pictures, Inc., is a native of Menominee, Mich., and was graduated from Northwestern University, Chicago. She has in Los Angeles for a number of years. The bridegroom, manager of the. Shoeshinc Mine at Tecopa, is a native of St. Louis, Mo., and was graduated from University of California in Los Angeles. He is a member of 1'i Pl.u Gamma Delta fraternity. * * * Visiting nt Home Seaman Second Class Roy E. Richards, who has been stationed at Camp Bennion at Farragut. Idaho, is home visiting his mother, Mrs. K. E. Richards and his wife, Mrs. Roy E. Richards at the family home, JiiOl) Flower street, where his sister, Miss Ruth Richards, is also resident. He is enjoying his first leave upon, completion of boot camp training. Reader Appearing for Soroptimists The opening meeting: of the ensuing: year, taking the form of a dinner gathering, will be held at Hotel El Tejon. September 11, by Soroptimist Club. The dinner for members and guests will begin at 6:45 p, m. with Mrs. Frank Hornkohl presiding. Mrs. Fred I lenry will give a dramatic reading and plans for tho year will be made. Lieutenant Lee Karpe Is Reported Missing TAFT, Sept. 2.—Word has been received here that Lieutenant Lee Karpe has been reported missing in action since August 16, during a flight over Germany. No details of tho action in which he was taking part were given by the War Department. In February. Lieutenant and Mrs. Karpe visited in Tupman with Mrs. Karpe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Roberts, shortly after Lieutenant Karpe had received his commission. A Labor Day dinner is scheduled for all member? of Bernhard M. Munzer Chapter 20, Disabled American Veterans of the World "War, and its auxiliary at fi:3o p. m. Monday in Memorial hall, according to Mrv. Knrl Koehn, commander of the auxiliary. Following the dinner at 8 n. m. will be the regular meeting of the chapter. Mrs. Koehn is in charge of arrangements for the event, assisted by Mrs. Garvin Montgomery. Committee reports will be heard and pre-convention plans formulated. Delegates to the National Disabled American Veterans convention will discuss rehabilitation and postwar problems, Mrs. Koehn said that the convention will open in Denver, Colo., September 12, and will last until September 15. Ha kers field delegates attending will include Earl Koehn, recently appointed chief of staff for the department of California by James Wilson, Taft mayor and department commander of the organization. Mr. Koehn will be accompanied by his wii'e. who will represent the women's organization. Leonard Carter and Jesse Randolph will also attend. Clifford Cranes, Bob Rush and Norman Edwards are alternates. Special entertainment will be featured at the meeting, George t>. Zimmer, commander, announced, followed by the initiation of a class of recruits, including veterans of both wars. Fruitvale Schoo Open Tuesday Fruitvale Elementary School will open Tuesday. September 5. with bus routes and schedules the same as last year. Teachers are: Mrs. Beatrice Oaines, Miss Ruth Edwards, MM. Beverly Nichols, Miss Lorraine Klein, Miss Yvonne Arbois, Miss Edith Dollar, Mrs. Rose Gilger and Mrs. Lily Cole, Leslie De Hart, principal, announced. E. R. Emerson will be custodian and bus driver, and Mrs. E. R. Emerson will act as cafeteria supervisor. Bi IN TRIBUTE TO AMERICAN LABOR KEEP ON BUYING WAR BONDS BAKERSFIELD O. E. S. Meeting Bakersfield Chapter No. 125, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet Monday at 8 p. m. in the Masonic tern- pie. Mrs. Fred Hayes, worthy matron, and Carl Morgan, worthy patron, will preside. Visiting members are invited. OPEN AIR SERVICES CONTINUE WILLIAM E. LONG Speaker GOOD GOSPEL PREACHING CONGREGATIONAL SINGING L'ndcr Direction of Flovd Davies Every Night, 8:00 P. M., Except Monday and Saturday on the Lawn Full Gospel Tabernacle Seventeenth and O WILLIAM E. LONG ••!.,

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