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Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, September 2, 1936
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CLASS FOR DEAF BE 'Lip Reading to Be Taught if Sufficient Number of . ' Pupils Apply An opportunity for deaf adults, and • children to learn Hp reading may bo • given here If a sufficient number, present a petition to tho local VtjtfU'd of trustees of tho Kern County Union High School for an evening class. Fifteen pupils arc required before such a class can be organized. Mrs. Greta. Olllespte, 362 Lincoln street, Olldale, will be glad to receive the names of students desiring such Instruction. To Petition Board .When a total of 15 pupils have been signed, tho request will be presented to the board of trustees to establish .classes in lip reading without charge, It .was explained today by Mrft', Nina Jj. Patterson,- a proficient Instructor In lip reading who will probably have charge of the 'local class. Commenting on plans for the local class Mrs. Patterson said: "Lip reading has been taught In the public schools of California for some years. Many deafened adults both men and women, as well as the deafened children, have regained their courage to go forward towards a happier life, and In many cases, a rehabilitated wage-earning position. "Lip reading has made great advancement In the past 10 years throughout the country." • Well Trained " . Mrs. Patterson Is a graduate of ^10 Cose Schools of Lip Heading of Southern California and she has had experience In the study and teaching of this substitute for ears that have become Impaired. Kernyille Girl Does Not Need City for Happy and Busy Li f e By Mints WALKER K KRNV1LLB, Scpti 2.—Lucia found an Apulnten, Kern mountain girl and graduate of Kern County Union High School, docs not hold with the opinion, almost unanimous with girls raised In the sparsely settled hllf regions, that the teeming activity of lnrjte cities offers the greatest Inducement to acquire a full and happy life. M.ISM Apulntca hits remained a true daughter of the Sierras and from them she has gathered both physical and cultural delight. In addition to being un accomplished rider and mountaineer, she has developed an effective artistic means of expression entirely In harmony with her environment. From pine cones and native plants she fashions and baskets of truly or appreciative demand among the movie celebrities of Hollywood who visit her home town of Kornvllle whllii on locution. Miss Apalatcn is not a prolific worker in her arts bemuse sh/> finds her greatest Joys In the mountain* which are the source of. her Inspiration. When she feels that her Immediate inaterlnl needs are eared for she drops hor tools nnd takes n pack (rip Into the high country or a hike Into the hills. In her knowledge of the hack country of the Kern river nnd her skill In throwing n diamond hitch nnd handling stock, packers of the area lone have accepted tier as tho equal of their professional guides. On, miii uusmi-in ui 11111,1 ur- Monday, Miss ApalHlon left Knlr- tlstlc design. Her sketches of view with her saddle horse and mountain life nnd scenery exhibit an unaffected technique. In addition, Miss Apnlaten is n skillful leather worker. Her tooled and stained book covers, book ends, wallets nnd other articles Imve puck mule on a solo trip to the Mount Whitney area. She will be gone about two weeks. Upon her return, no doubt, she will be rich In sketches and Ideas for further artistic pursuits. M.HELLER •To Hear of Convention in Hollywood at Thursday Night's Meeting Thursday night's meeting of Fratvk S. Reynolds Unit No. 28, American Legion Auxiliary, -will bo devoted largely to reports of the Hollywood convention. Mrs. Wayne P. Nelson, president, will turn the program over to Mrs; Jack Isaac, delegate, who will call on reports from various members who attended the gathering, among them Mesdames. William Kabes, Henry Powell, Marvin Anglln and Merle Dungan. Mrs. Ray Carlisle, who was elected department finance- chairman at the convention - and who- nerved- the department as drill team chairman, Will report on drill team arid ritualistic teams. •. . • Plans will be furthered fop a card party SeptembeV 16 and a committee will bo appointed to have charge of the auxiliary's part In Frontier days' activities. Diversified Program Planned for Fall and Winter; Enrolling Pupils 'Announcement was made today of tho fall reopening of Milton Hellor's School of the Dance, 1660 Chester avenue. Mr. Holler has Just returned from extensive eastern study and already plans for the winter season arc In progress. A wldo field of diversified stylos of dancing will bo offered to students of the school this year. Having obtained many new forms and Ideas from noted teachers such as Sorgo Novikoff, Jose Mannndoz, Jacquc Broderlck and Anna Ludmllla, Mr. Heller assures his students of ovory practical advantage In Instruction. Among tho many dance forms taught arc Included, all stylos of tap such as eccentric, heel work, buck and wing, rhythm roll, military and perpetual motion a now stylo now popular In New York. Bullet tntilruclkm Include both old world and modern techniques. Toe, musical comedy dancing and Interpretative work will also be given. All classes and private work are personally taught by Mr. Heller. Tho studio is open for public Inspection every day from 1 until 5 p. m. and Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 1 until U. Students desiring Instruction may place applications by calling at the studio. A limited number of appointments are still available, it is announced. |U.S.W.V.Units to [Gather Sunday at ) Big Annual Picnic ARRANGEMENTS have been r completed for the annual picnic of the General William R. Shaf ter Camp No. 31, United Spanish >Var Veterans and its auxiliary to be held in Kern County Park Sunday, according to members of the entertainment committee, comprised of Mesdames Frank Husson, Leo Heincr, Frank Barham, J. E. Kctchem and P.T. Thornton. Various games have , been planned by this committee" for the entertainment of those who will be in attendance and prizes will be awarded the winners in the various contests. All members are requested, to bring their own service. Ice cream, coffee and lemonade will be served free, a number of out-of- town'members are expected to be in attendance on this occasion. Officers of Two Districts Are Visitors; Home, Foreign Units Meet Instructor Does Work With Famous Dance Authority During Summer Miss Ann Anderson's dance studio will bo reopened September 10, the Instructor having just returned from tho south whero she, has boon studying tap ballot and character dancing from Peggy Vaniio In Hollywood. Miss Vanne has worked with Al- bcrtlna Ranch, Ned Wayburn. Mlchlo Uo. Sorgo Oukranskl and others and appeared at Hollywood Bowl ballets this summer. This studio bos had nine successful years In Uakorsfleld, Miss Anderson was graduated from Rrnost Belcher's Normal course for teachers and all work Is based on his eight- grade system of technique. Tho aim of tho studio is to aid poise and proper physical development, rather i than to prepare for a professional career. Incidentally, however, a number of Miss Anderson's pupils have scored professionally. A epoclol course will be offered this yenr for advanced pupils who desire to become teachers of dancing. This will include a graded system of technique and routines plus tho proper methods of Imparting thorn successfully to all ages of pupils. Tho studio, located in the woman's club building, Htghtoonth and V) streets, will bo open for registration of pupils and consultations on September 10. First Presbyterian church formed the setting of a beautifully appointed wedding ceremony at 4 o'clock Sunday whon Miss Evelyn McCoy, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leason McCoy of Standard Refinery Lease was wedded to Kid ward Wayne Dlsler of Tulsa, Oklu. The Rev. John Murdock, pastor of church, of- Miss Wllma .Payton, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Payton, 1720 C street, and Lyford Prultt, the son of Mr, and Mrs. Jack Canfleld of Lodl, wore married Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock nt First Christian Church. Tho Reverend Charles H. Huhno officiated. The yoting people were attended flclatod. Palms and greenery com- I by Mrs. B. W. Moody, cousin of tho prised tho background for largo has- i brldo, and Minor Prultt, brother of kets of gladioli and delphinium; tall | the bridegroom. lighted tapers wore on each side of tho altar. Mrs. Prultt was attired In a blue taffeta frdck worn with white accos- Delegates gathered from Delano, Taft, First Methodist Church and Trinity Church when officers of tho. Council of Foreign Missions of Fresno-Glendale district convened at Trinity Church yesterday. Mrs. M. McCullough of Los Angeles presented a talk which proved Instructive and Inspiring, and distributed supplies. Mrs. A. CJ111, Los Angeles, leader of young people's work talked to j niapman. "Tuna members of tho'Standard Bearers I Given In marriage by her undo, hnrlcm hor corsage was of gardenias. Alvln Topol, the brldo was bonutl- The couple will live In Sacramento ful In a gown of white princess | whom Mr. Prultt Is attending dental satin, made with high nock, long j college. sloovos and train. Tho full length veil of white tullo was caught into a cap. hold In place with a wreath of orange blossoms, worn by her grandmother, Mrs. Christ Tepel, 62 years ago. She carried a shower of gardenias, tlod with white sa(.tn and sliver ribbons. The maid of honor was Miss Helen Oyder. Shu was dressed In a gown of aqua-marine chiffon and Both young people are alumni of Ventura Junior College. Guests attending Included Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Mill Gall. Wnyno Puytbn, Mrs. Mary Payton, H. Payton, Donald Moody, Hale Moody nnd Dean Moody, all of 1'nkorsflold; Mr. and Mrs. Ho»» Barnes, Ventura: Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Hltgtnnn, Lodl; Mr. and Mrs. Minor Prultt, Hanford; Mrs. Artlo Dong, Fresno: Mr. and Mrs. B. J. llalcharh and son Jack of San Diego, Miss Alleen McOrath of Polo, 111., who Is here visiting her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. James Curran, 222 ISureka street, wn« complimented at a dessert bridge party given yes- terdny by^tra. Hubert F. Klaussner, 7S8 Twenty-eighth streot. The party was also In honor of Mrs. Donald Kendall. Who was the recipient of a surprise shower of gifts. Miss Me- . when* she will visit other relatives. She will return here the latter part i of tho week when more fetes will | be given. j Mr*. Klaussner cleverly used nn I oriental motif In arranging the party. Miss MeQriUh won first prize at bridge nnd Mrs. Robert Curran, second. The guests, In addition to tho. lion- OITOB, Included: Mesdames— L. 15. Chenowoth Joseph Toner Hugh Curran Robert Curran Mel Brlttnn Miss Heba Dobong County Group Will Gather on Greenhorn During Coming Week End Endruvorors throughout the county will gather on Greenhorn mountain unday and Monday for fall conference of Kern County Christian Endeavor Union, at 4:30 CM carried Talisman roses with match IllB ribbon. j n-ii- Tlmln f'hl Bridesmaids were Miss Dorothy | M "„,,"„ of Delta Thola tertnlned last night nt tho 101 Tejon hotel. A Hbort business meeting was presided ovor by Iho. president, Miss The Reverend 1*. I. Shamlee, pastor of Christian Church, Fullerton. will be the principal If-ader of the conference. Other speakers will be Miss Jane McCullough of Fresno, state regional vice-president; Miss Kmma Ruth of Reedley. Mrs. Lois Held of I..os Angeles and the Reverend Norman Crlder, pastor counselor of tho county union. Vorcll Wilson, former state social superintendent, will conduct a social on Saturday evening. The regular monthly executive meeting will b« held on Sunday afternoon with Miss Mnyfred Dutton. president, pre- HOBS, Miss Marlon Mortonsen, Miss T'atrlota Cumin and Mis* Alloo Uy- don. They wore gowns of organdy In pastel shades of peach, green, yellow and blno and carried bouquets of plntt carnal lunn and mixed floworit tied with pink tullo. Tho flower girl, Adrian Johnson, wore n long Masque Ht.vie dross of pink satin and not and wreath of small pink roses in her hair. She carried a gold banket lined with pink Bilk filled with roue petals gracefully strewn. Tho best man wns Harry Aggers of bus Angeles and tho ushers wore James McCoy, brother of the bride; Alvln Kloinhample, cousin of tho bride; Melvln Swoon of Taft and Hill Wldden. Mrs. Pearl Smith presided nt tho organ, playing the bridal chorus from "Lohengrin" as tho bridal entoui-. .<ro made Its way to the altar. Dnrl.m the ceremony she played softly Tho Sweetest Story Uver Told." Mrs. Waller MorteiiNen Bans: "At Dawning" nnd "I Love You Truly." Following the ceremony, which \vu« at tended by more than 100 guests, u reception was held In Westminster hall where tho table was centered with a. throe-tiered wedding rtiko ornnmonlcul with miniature , bride and bridegroom, made by the The IIPM rani party will bo at | bride's aunt, Mr». Joe Haggard; a W. O. W. Imll Tuesday evening at ! bride's cake, tapers, white asters nnd In the afternoon regular meetings! 8 o'clock; five hundred will bo I larkspur added churm to the refrenh- of the Foreign and Home AfisBlon- j played. Mrs. Marie Finn hcadH the : n-ont table. ary Society were conducted. H was , coinmlttee In charge. voted to supply "Missionary Friend" j I'rlzus nt lust night's function and "Homo Missions," publications | went to Mrs. (!corgc Shannon, Mrs. Dillons Home Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dillon have! returned from vacations at Crater i bake., Oregon Caves, tho Redwood i Highway, San Francisco and Mon- Sigma chapter of j tarey. Visits nlso have been marte ; piot y nt the luncheon hour on Mon- Chi Him>rllv wore en- at Morro Hny, Long Bench and Los i <'">'• followed by a recreation p-vtod Angeles. They nro now at homo at 1 during the afternoon. The conclave 1329 It struct. ^tunts will he given by each so- i will close at .1 o'clock Monday. Kathorlno Bass. Pocahontas Staff Workers Assigned Standing conimittoan for Luckft- wanna Council Degree of I'ocahon- taw wen; named by Mrs. Bertha. Henry, PoimhonluH, last evening at a business meeting' following a card party at AV. O. W. hall. Thoso named were: Finance, Mcs- flumes Francos organization from Trinity and Taft churches. Twenty-eight guests were present for tho noon luncheon which pro- Knight; ways and W. Miller. Mrs. V Mrs. Nettle Hmlth; Hick visiting committee, McKdames Mlnntn Jacobs, Willow, Maude Gill and Julia moans, Charles . H. Freeman, coded tho departure of tho visiting | "• °- Chapman. Mamlo Morgan and offlcors for tho northern part of the Lyclu Ij &™ p J'- valley. Local Groups Moot Week Knd in South IMnns for u nwlin- ' *'''• nm1 AIrft ' -'°bn NnHoni« will Mot»>l Inn next I J° llrni? J' south Satunlay planning to ' spend tho wools ond with rolallvos of Mr. Nations In Inglewood and Loa Angeles, Sequoia Circle to Sponsor Card Fete Plans were completed for a pub lie card party at tho home of Mrs. F. 13. Spraguo, 1205 Eighth street, Saturday, September D, at 8 o'clock when Sequoia Circle No. 300 mot in regular session at Eagles hall last night. Mrs. Y. B. Stokes presided. Flvo hundred will bo played at tho party for |}rl?.es; refreshments will bo served. Mrs. Albert Moon ana Mrs. George Ingham head the committee In charge. Last evening refreshments were served In the banquet room with Mrs. A. H. McKlbbcn as chairman, assisted by Mrs. Ingham. •• » » Stampede Plans to Be Advanced Plans will be furthered for tho annual Delta Stampede when members of Delta Sigma fraternity meet tonight at 8 o'clock at Drury's hall. The stampede in scheduled for September 12 at Woman's Club hall. A stag dinner Is planned also for September 15. Howard Freeman, chapter presi- dc-nt, will conduct tonight's meeting. of the two societies, to the Tinker streot branch of Kern County. Froo Library; this was done last year ul«o. Tho foreign mission group studied South America lost year and will study Africa this season; New Mexico was the theme of ihu homo mission unit last year and Negro people at home, this term. "Congo Crosses" Mrs. Ruth Hhallonb'srgcr will review "Congo Crosses" In parts at meetings of this organization. A bazaar was planned for a dato near Christmas and arrangements were nindo for nn nil-day meeting October 1 nt the homo of Mrs. Minnie. Noyes, 808 Nlles street. Lutheran Group Meeting Tonight Young people of St. John's Lutheran Church will hold n regular business meeting tonight at 8 o'clock nt tho parish hall, corner of Nineteenth nnd Twentieth street. Plans will bo discussed for a rally In November. William O'Brien, Mrs. C. C. Miller, .1. K. Onns, «". C. Miller nnd Albert The hoHlosspfl Includoil the brldo » mother and Mr«. .1. Klclnhamplc ami Mrs. .1. Haggard, aunts of tho lirUlc. who wore UHftlHtcd by frloiuln. The brldn Wan grnduatod from tho Moon ami Mrs. Carlotla Thompson, j local schools nnd Lufkln's HiiHlnesn ] in-other special award. College. Mr. DiKlor was graduated from Tulna High School, attended TnlBii University, where he wan n member of Delta Alpha Delta fraternity, lla nlso attended Oklahoma CLUB TO MK1ST Lavoiuler Club of Hurbul's Worn- ati's Relief Corps will hold a regu- University, whero ho was a member I lar business meeting Thursday aft-I of Phi Kappa Sl^-ma fraternity. Ho I ' laA " , n j, V . C f?"I?l ornoun at '.' o'clock at Memorial hall i inlng party at Wednesday evening were discussed. Miss Opal Waters, hostess chairman, wns In charge of arrangements, assisted by Misses Kutherlne Bass, Uonovtovo Miller and Peggy Kurz. Monopoly was played, .with prtr.o«i going to Misses Florence Moore nnd Mary Holhorsall. Members are; Mlusps— Kntherlno Bass Thelmn Land- Dlim Fran- strom ceseonl Oenovleve Mary Mother- Miller sail Oarnrt Miller Mary Helner Florence Moore linelcla UelU- f hnrlotte Myers man Patricia Port- Junnltn Ken- wood nody Roulnh Offut Hetty Kenys Opal Waters Peggy Kur* Miss Fairbanks Hornet After n two-month vacation In tho r«wt. M|SH Marjorlo Fairbanks, credit manager for Malcolm llrock Company, reluriioit Mmulay. She spent some time in Kansas City. Chicago, Now Jersey nml New Yurk. In Now York t'lty Khe Joined a nephew and niece on the eve of (heir departure for Kurope lo meet ilielr father. 1 rank P. Fairbanks, In Koine. Mr. Fitlrbnnks '• Mln« Falrbnnkii' IP Amoabury she spent ihreo \ve«*u« in thu home of her sister, n house dating from tho year 17(15. She sojourned some tlmo In Massachusetts nnd Connecticut. Birthdays Marked Complimentary to Tlnmlhy McDonald and Newell Urocn. a blrtlulav party was Riven nt tho homo of Mr. and MI-K. John McDonald of Hlver- \le\v on tho lawn recently. (James wore played and contests enjoyed. Those who attended Included: Messrs. and Mesdames— Loo Wllhlte Burrel Hanvllle Frank Pleraon Conrad Whin Newell Oreon Harold Nowlln .lohn McDonald .James Preston Kenneth Johnston I.owdolla Preston P'ranou* Wilson Vet-oil Wilson .Ilmmto Plorson Walter Hull Mary \Vinn Norma Plorson MOSKITI.— Karl Flwholl Honald Nowlln Robert Plorson To Pick Play Cast This Evening at H. S. Auditorium with Mrs. .1. D. Stewart presiding. A social hour Is also planned. Refreshments will be served 1>J- Mesdames T. M. Owens, J. liruco Payno and Lulu Hammond. Is connected with Union Oil Com- pj.ny. Tho bride's father. L. S. Mi: TO MKKT Laguna Circle of First Presbyterian UUurow will hold Its first mooting Of 'fall .at. ? Woctminuter hall of the church at 'i o'clock Thursday afternoon. Airs. XV M. Armstrong will conduct dovotlonalM. Hostesses will Include Mrs. C. It. Harden. Mrs. Harry Webb and Mrs. Mcrlll I'ald- woll. A large crowd Is expected. Coy, Is In Persia, Bahrein Island. In "all, the employ of Standard Oil Company At lust nlKbt'.H meelhiK of Bdk- orsflelil Hebnknh ludgo nt ].(). O F. plutiR were PLAN WORK of .World Friendship TO Members Council of First Methodist Church will convene Thursday at 2 o'clock In the church parlors In Oeelmll hall. Mrs. Alfred Blomon will preside. General plans will 1»> made for the season's worl:, * FRATERNAL 'THE local high school auditor- x ium will be the setting this evening for the public tryoutH to pick a cast for "Gold in the Hills or The Dead Sister's Secret," comedy melodrama to be presented by the Bakerofield Community theater during Frontier Days cclebra- . tion. Miss Marjorie Fairbanks ™l mbe £. will direct the play and more than 20 playern will be needed for the parts. The tryoutH will begin at 7.:30 o'clock and anyone interested in community theater work from the viewpoint of acting, stage Buhrrsfleld Ix>dire jnanagcment. lighting. coBtume or T, ttkor(>f , PW Lodgc No . , Mi F . & other technical work U invited to TATM., will meet «t Mnsonlo temple attend. Postpone Meet tug Due to tho death this morning of Mrs. Mntt Delnnty. beloved charter i'c will be no meeting of Piiot Poenhontiisos and Past Pow- a; present. Mrs. I Usler's going away costume was a navy blue sheer crepe, with vhltp accessories, Tho couple left by motor for San Diego and Catullnn Island. Out-of-town guo.Mls Included: Messrs, and Alomlamos- Harry Dlsler Harry AgRors (Tulsa. Okla.) (Lou Angeles) Wlllnril Chase (Orcutl) Mesdames— Flora McCoy II. F. Jones tJOl Hngundo) (Hantn Barbara) L. Wagner (Snnta Barbara) MISXOH Carmcllta lichen lOlennor (irlffllh (Suiila llarbatvi) (1C) Seguiulol Burbnr.1 MrC'oy Hetty MiCoy II-:I Segundo) (101 Scjamdo) Barbara Chase (Circuit) MeHKrs.— William McCoy Itnlph Bui Klein (Kl Soguntlol (!•! Segundo) • * • Knrl-Arnold WeddhiR Simply arranged rile* Tuesday morning united Miss Dorothy Kurl, law librarian for Kern county nn<l Attorney C. H, Arnold a.t the bride- Kruom's home, 20uil H si root. Tho service wns rend by Judge U. B. I/ambert of Superior Court, department I, In the presence of Miss | Mabel Arnold and M. S. I'lntz. The couple lofl Immediately for a wed- computer! fur a celebration of tbo olghly-flftb birthday anniversary "f the order Sop. tcmbor In and for tho annual Halloween ball October 27. both to lie j held m 0,1,1 Follow hall. Mrs. Hcnn Wiles, noble grand, presided. Sam Frnnclnco. drill team c.apliiln, annnuncctl a pructlco for September licM ui Odd FellowH hall. * W • Delia Thetn Tail Mem bom of Delta Tlicla Tim so- rorlty will moot* at H o'clock thin I'vonliiR at tho headquarter* of tho i 'oca Cola Bottling Company. Platm will bo furthered for n fashion show Scprr-mbor 2o. Timothy McDonald • * » (iHinmn Kappa Phi liogular mootlngn of Oammn Kuppa Phi sorority bORln tonight at S o'clock In the nororlty rooms in tho land company hutldlng. Mrs. ('lair Marchlno will prewlilc. i Dancing Club to j j Arrange Frontier i I Fete Next Month | *—— , $ 'TO START the bull rolling for A the 1936-37 season of LaK-a- I.ot Dancing Club, members of the standing committee met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Snare, 425 Eighth Mreet this week to plan a Frontier Days frolic October 3. Loren Kllnr. is president, Ixso J. Crnln, Hecrctnr>- treasurcr and Mrs. Grain, publicity chairman. Surprising the liost on his birthday anniversary, Mrs. Snare produced a delectable cake, a barbecue steak supper wan nerved. A gift was presented by the committee. On the committee are MoKftrs. and McHdamcH Loren Fllnn. Lee J. Train. William Snare. A. H. Ticck, Server L. Kaar, Ed Angel and Leo Kapp. First Methodist Church *Will Resume Regular Services September 13 After a week at the Epworth League Institute at Camp Bradford In the San Bernardino mountains 35 mlloa from Hedlands, the Keverend (Jrovor Ralston, pastor of First MiMhiHtlst Church, returned to his homo this week. Ho was on the faculty of the Institute, which waa the largest ovor hold there. Three hundred and sixty-five high school and Junior college ;i«o young people were in attendance. Kngular weekly services will ba rosumod September 1,1. Mrs. Halston accompanied her ImilKiiul to Institute and is now here with their sons nnd daughter Phyllis, F.lvsi nnd Barclay. Miss Phyllis loaves September 14 for Pasadena Hospital to KO into tralnlnR. TO ISABELLA Mrs. Margaret Sa(ro Is spending fpvoral ilays at Isabella. Schi iCct as more flavor because it's toasted hulann of Kl Tojon Council No. 215. j rllng trip to northern Degree of Pocahontan Thursday as ! They will llvo hero planned. The duto for the postponed session has not boon fixed. California. SMART STATIONERY The modern woman is as,careful about her stationery as sho is about her dress. Your stationery is your personal representative. Doeu it express refinement and culture? Does it express YOU? In our complete stock of Fine Box Paper you will find the right Stationery to truly represent YOU. KIMBALL & STONE Thi Particular Drugflttt Phene 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FR$B DELIVERY BakersBeld, Calif. BEAUTY EDITORS Find Notional Trend To Soap and Wafer For ATTRACTIVE COMPLEXIONS America U going "soap and water" again, according to beauty editors. Women have discovered that nothing takes the place of soap cleaning in promoting natural skin loveliness. Cuticura Soap is a medicated, true complexion soap. Its fine, creamy lather —so gentle and soothing—-helps clear the pores of every panicle of dirt and irritating "foreign matter." Cleanse the face twice a day with Cuticura Soap. Special emollient and cleansing properties tone. and invigorate the skin—help protect against irritations. For relieving externally caused pimples, rashes and irritation of ecrema, supplement with Cuticura Ointfnent, Together the? make a complete, inexpensive, every day beauty treatment. FREE samples—wrlt« "Cuticura" D*pL 36, Maiden, MSB*. tempi I Thuraday i-vt-nlng at. S o'clock. All: master Manona are cordially Invlti-d. j W. A. N nitre IR the worshipful nut9- j lor. A "iwo-bli" 0:30 o'clock dinner will precede the.meeting. White Shrine Meeting For Itn firm noBKlon this full the White Shrine of Jcrimalem will convene Thursday evening «t Masonic temple. HoMslonu are held the firm and third Thursday of each month. Needle Club Members of Un? N«•(•<!l«; Club of Bakersfleld Court No. 32, Order of the Amaranth, will meat Friday afternoon for a business nesBlon at the home at Mm. John Nutionx. Sigma Phi (ianimn Mombors of Sigma Plil Ontninii HO j rorlty will moot tonight at 8 o'clock j In their rooms In Woman's I'lub building. MldM Martini Uraham will Ti iPreelands Leave 1 to Make Home on ! Bahrein Island] » ' -.—• •",. •:< —• * 'TO JOIN Mr. Precland, who hw . been in Bahrein Island since November ax a driller for the Standard Oil Company, Mm ftUce Frecland and her daughter Bess left Friday from Ban Francisco on the S. 8. President Garfield. ' Mr. Freeland expect* to remain three years on the. Island. . ANNOUNCING! 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