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1' • w L • I r. T- h - , r . ' -•„. •- 1... ! r - -'f r..- ' - •• -:- • : ^-W;f^^ j •- - - •-'•: .'*,* '--'•: \. : . •:•.:,• •• -••' '',.- • ^'VvV'; v. '.'-'.•:'..\ •^''Vv;-:' /'Xvv' 1 , - : - r .-..' " . • -'''^'-. .y ' - . . ./••';••; •— ,:••"'"• ••<"< - *• ' • . -. " .• : ' " ' ; ::•''•••<. :'.•••'••' -f «-*, -: '• . -. --.. •• . - . - • ' ' '•••••• 16 THE BAKBRSFIELD CALIFORNIA!*, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 193l> SORORIIY PLANS FALL SllE SHOW Dcllti Tlu-ln Tnii Members to Sponsor Fashion Fclr. on September Commit tor« wrro rhtiHi'ii und mod- Hod for a fawhlnn whow ol t)o)la Thela Tun Homriiy. RopLenv bnr 25, nt Womnn'« C'lub hull, whr?n moinhera mot "Wodnwlay ovnnlng at hwuhinnriorH of C'ttcji-Cola FlottllnR Company. Apparel will ho provided by Harry Coffrc and nun already bonn nrdrred from Now Vork City. Hhona nro to be provldoil h.v mrhnrrlH 1 TV.nt Shop. TIchrlK Hondy Kntnrliilnmnnt will bo by Merlft Htufllo. nrn on Hiilo now und rnay .bo had fmm nny moinbor of Ciiimma rhnplrr np hy tftlfinlumlhff Mm. or .rninoH or MTH. HaroM Tabor. t'ommiiiooH Jnchid MflHdnnirH Filninry Hondon. Stow, John Cninphr'11; MIHSCH Alice llnbcr anil ticrul'llnf- Hall. I>9onrnilr>nH, Mnnduinnu Harry Uhby, LoHlor I'VIrk, Krtwurd Wont nnd JirtnoM Arp, Jr. KofniHhniflntM, JnffrlCH, Jool ftryimldf. Thompson and M|HH Vornn Plan Sopond Kelt* I'lnriH worn alwti inndo for an In I'nnnal purl v ul (bo rtlnn'-r hour Hun diiy, Scnti'tnbf i- I.T, at tin* Immo nf Mrw. Wultor Smith on Mnn Kinkllo Hlrorl. .AHHlHtlUK Ml'H. HlilHll Will IK- MCH. JCrnery JJniiH<ni nnd Kdwnril West. -Ir. fornont wn« nnul« that I'rovlnrr. cnnvrn)l«in fiT Ihn will I>P hold In Hakoniflold .Innuiiry 2^ and 2.1. 1037, Inntrad of In I'Vhrunry at pro vim inly finnmiMocd. Th« noxt mootliiK will be h«*ld at iho homo of Minn MurKarel Hliihop, :'7: j « Kfffhfonriih Soptritibcr 10. Young Professional Team to Study Here Local Couple Is ack From Long Trip to Alaska A FTEIl a voyage to Aluakn nnd •^^ the 1'acfflc Northwest, Mr. und Krank Ifxiimcw arrived home TucHdav, The trip from Wllmlnir- ton to Seattle wan mado on the li. K, Alexander. nftt»r which they hoarded tho "Aleutian," Alahkan liner, for the cm INC* known UH the Tolcm Polo Trip. A Journey to Lake Bennett from Skagway WBH enjoyed, an WBH an excnrwlon to Mtnuenhall Olaclpr, a two-hour motor trip from Juncau. Heturninjc to Vancouver they boarded tho PHnccHN Marguerite. Tn the Canadian city, they were of Mr. and MTH. Harry , formerly of HnkerHfield, and of Mchool friends of Mr. HalmcH. They returned to Han Fran- ciwco on fho HloHttiNhip "Ituth Alexander/' LOCAL GIRLS ARE BAM TRIP Knjoy Vuricd Jamil by Aulo, Train und Steamer; Visit Ccnmciu, Mexico, Cuba After a varullnn trip of nix works ! liy Htrfiinr*r, (r'Mlu niui motor Into nnd LAYS SLATE- EARLY EALL DANCE i (x)in|>lol(! 1 Minis Tonight at I 4 'Ir«l SUitcMl Moolintf of Auluinn Scnmon Avllonn and HIM Hlnpp. who bavo born fulfilling pro- nntfagrinpntH In Hio Mouth, huvo rolurnod boi'o to unroll for HJIO- ci.il work (it tbn lOfldln tJni'rrll danro Mtiullo. Thf.v will U-arn nnw ruutlitnw Jn tuluKlo and AjiacJiit dancoN und vlll rMurn Month to fulfill utho BUKmnontw. Tlu>y lire thn dau it net won of Mr. and Mrn. A. T. Hlopp, Mnorw. nuiHlnr councilor nf Ttitk^rsflcl'l chuphir. (;rd^r of Do Malay, will brlriK «luwn lil« pravpl lo opf-n iho flc«t rtiHUvJ monllutf "f th«- mil HniHon In Ihn clinptrr room In th" Muftunlc Inrnplo thin nvv nt K o'cfu'rk. A Inrgn rtUnnrl<inr;e Iflnrh member will rncn Llrketn lo «r|l for n rtnnrn thnl IM to tlio Htx'jnl Nfiudoti In f ho MR- turnplf) biillrooin Frlrtny nv«- Hcptemhor U. U IN u ««rnl formal rveni wltli thn nitinlo fnr- nlnhod by ICvfrnll Jonm nnd hln orfh'iHlrii. Th'krjl« yu cm nalo Tluir»el«y rvnnln|{ with nil chapter Mexico, Cwnnl Xono ihi» AfiNunn Utilem* Bln«» KiilKl't und Km ma Itlnney l homo Hdturdny. MlMs Ulng and M!HH Knlnrhi (tr»» leanherw ut r>oMRfftllnw and 1C me mon HcihoolM, r«- Hpr*ct|vtdy und Ml»« Klunny who i« n of Han I/ul« Oblnpo, IN n tit. f.oHt r?lll«. ThrnuKh Cnrifil The irlo crMbnrlcv] from Wilmington on the H. H. Vlrtflnla, I'utumui. Pnclfln llnnr. They Htnppp'l nt Hid- bnn, K f >ln« inlnnd to I'aniunu (,'lty, and tnuchpfl ClirlHl.uhnl, Tlt^y rn- Joyr-il n. flay In Huvunu lwfon> J»ur- ncylriK <'ii m Nc-\v VurK C'lty wheru th'-y Hpent u Wdi-U. Tl»ey took a boat, to Uokinn for u t.wo-dny HOJOIMJI, ifoliiK fi' 1( ' Hiiffnln Ity IniH. A brl*»r Mtay nn tin* Amer- Iran and ('nnadlnn Mlflen of Niagara KnllM prnvldocl uit InLeniNtfng novelty liefortt rroHNliif; IjiUc llrl* 1 by bout and visiting In Upimlt. lly Mnlnr MI«H KiMM' ( y intn-)iriRO(} n ctn 1 in Del roll, nnd th*\v rontlnuml hy inotni* acroMH I'onnHylvntilJi, mifl Hluyod for K«intt Ilirm In Washington, it. i;. MlHB Ming v lulled u frliuul wlih whom who went U» coili'go tit ley, In Ihn uiipllal city. Hldn to Mi. Venion. Walteflnld, WIlllaniH- (which IM belnu reNtnriMl by (lie fcllrTH), and Amwipollfl, pr»v rerted thn ilepurturo t>f lh« IruvoU'rn for .liMrM>Htfiwn, Vrt., pnlntfl tn f'"Ior- Ida, Nf-w Orleans, t'allaH. ('urlMbud ruvnrnn, Ml I'IIPO, .IiiartfK nnd other HpntM of lntf»ri»nt, War Intervention Being Propagated Children's Parly Mr, and Mrs. U. M. Plummar of Park pnlftrtnlnod a ffroup of fblldren Monday nvcnlng 1 In honor of thetr dauffbter MJIII« Joan on her birthday aitniverHary. llttln honoreo, a pupil f>f Max onlprtalned the, KUUHLH with violin NeieollonK. GamcH were played unrl Klftfl premfnied. UffroHhmentH were wrvert hrlfrhtly appolnled table*! on law n , TlioHO bldrlen were; Mr. »nd Mrw.'W. ('. Cooper Mrn, Hull) HuHkoy nt Uio Norman Painter Carmr-J Howard Wvolyn Well I3lllln hou Hlurk- inarr Hilly J6 I'ltim- mcr Millie. Jean Plum tnifr Sufi Well of • \ Uie J- JainoH ('. I*ani), traffic offlc'-r who IUIH horn tnuiBforrod north, with T.nnn WIJH honored n! a pot lurk •r ii ml brldKo pnrly al Ihn homo Mr. ami Mrn. William Lorrl roily, HrldK" Prison ,wnnt to Mrs. r,ommrrl Olrtdlrwn, William l**nl and MIM, Ted I lii n Ion. .SharlMif Ihn *>vnnlng were: K.*A. U'.-rWl wminm l-onj Tnrl lln.nlnn Kcnnurd Old- .1. (:. l«tniu (llnffH .loot RrynnldH * • * Giii**flM Depart Mr. nnd Mr*. II, L. Paynr. 3^7 T Ntrort, havn boon ontr.rtrilnlng Mr*. PIL.VIIO'H nulit und Mimic, Mr, and MI-H. f. A. Hturk and tliolr (laugh* tr CM MiD'tfurnt nnd leonine who arrived TlmrwJuy und remained Hundny. CHURCH'S RADIO For Jerry Lamb Mrs. Born ICQ L*amb, 1227 Monte* roy utrnoi, entertained at a charm-, t _ inffly ftupoinintl children'* party at|Rc(fUGSl8 her home Timidity afternoon In honor of Mufltcr Jerry Lam^t, on third birthday anniversary. won* played; favor« and decoration* wro iinlnml balloons, Attending PRAISED Pour in lo First TO CHANGE HATS Congregational Church for Continuation I lose Callagy Vora O'Brien IM Catlftgy Mm. Janifw Callagy r.)r, Itobort 1G. Bchorb Dorothy Jean O'Brien Tiny lUiiIadffe Vrancls O'Brien Clone Casnady <'*n!ldren Hhlrloy Ann Francis Nancy Boor Hon Hut-ledge Charles Bnrko To Olrl Mexico Mrs. Uerenlce fllovall departed yoHiordny via the Southern Pacific lo visit. Air. and Mrs. T. Jfl. Hago- m/i.n til CuornavHCu, Mexico. Airs. Slovall plans to niuko Htops on hor rot urn homo at MaaiUlan and Ouud- ulajai-a. 8ho will bo away throe wonltn. * * * To HIrhrnniul Accompunylnff Mrs, Xflno I^offing- w«'ll of LOH AngolpH who will vl«lt in Oakland, Mrs. Orval h«H lot for a vl«lt with her intrants, Mr. und Mrs. W. W, Scarlett In Richmond. » » * At Kl Mnnle I-od^o MlHH Ooldle Whitlcy, 2307 California a von no, IULH roturned from a wecH'H vacation In 1C1 Monte Lodge on (>rennhorn mountain, Hho had im her gnoHls, Mrs. T^. J. Fryo und hor daughtfirH Rowona and lleno Kryc. Thr> Hnv. I*. J. l r ryo and sun Hi wood woro visitors .lurlnp tho week. Mrs. Sarah Duke, Rich Widow, Dies Mrs. Wiley Post on Way to Home /A**nrlfiitil 1'AHIH. Sept. !». a (Into will lift wtl for u Me Molny MI in ronnhidn tho Inlllulloii <>f r;indklat«H who rftrMvnd U^'lr Inltlnlnry df?Krnf» on K«»rn vlvrr two j », Thn i-iiiullduii'i ur^ Mnx Jr.. Mob Malouf, MaJouf. J'hlllp Mtirllry and H'lNH Uan«cr to npur Inlervrnilon may inuho tbn final pliant* (if tbn MpMiilhli civil war tho IIKIH! IIMMUK -IMK to t h" penr-n of Ku- rnpi*. Informed olmrrvnrn aKt-f-cd to day. IM'UIIAM Harnh OliUn OPKN IA, Hi'pl. H. (U. I',)~A ror- Jury IfiHt night r^lurnnd an vrrdlot fn IlM (nvrrttlgnikm of tlin nhutgiiti drnthn of Awil nnd H pit lor. on thn alh'uodly Nhot IUM 11 »linc« UMIJ limn fired :i «Jiotn tntd her nxvii body hint ThnrHdny night. Tho Jury npnnt four In whloh Mm. TCI ATTKNt) 'firM i if liny ul N'rlKhhnrn (if Amorlea are reriunHilng inembern to nllend ronary nervlro f(»r Mr». Mutt Uolanty, thin nvenlnir at 7 nn o'rior| ( , ut Iho fcdtnwern nf the nil Mat Ion nrtfi nf vi'rltlr'Mft coiiMf bn rcfdinlnd an dlMtbii't \vb'«n either nldu bitM UH bm-U i TOWN'SKNI) OAKLAND. N»MM :i d'. P.I niiend (!luliH nf Alainrdu und ('onlni <*n«tu rnunttf'H will jutn In a imiHM plunU- nt Neptunn Uniirli HUM- il»V, C. 10. \Vlltuin, l;ilV, linimllliri-il (ni Kdsvunl .1. Marurit, hintn IM* the iu'liu'lpit I H|)«tiU'M NOTK'IC TO All MH'itibt'in nf hjijMUirr (.'Irelo 107, cinlnr of 1 >rnUli)Mnrn. ntu nut-ri icil tn utlMid ll»« funnrul Iro (if Mrn. Mutt Dolaniy niul U» bn nt Hi. 1'Yitnrlfi rnurnltitf (it No 1 1> nre lo r. wore growl UK I ml I en I Inn of (Jyuamlllmy M)f ri'l>i-JM Id \\it\ Alru/.iir i»l Toledo, t-i-p dcnlli r»f luiHtaucn nt IIUM that no iMfnvv IH f-\|»fM-|t-d by one f;ronp or tin 1 ether nt the hands of thn vlrtm- rin'ri'forr. Ill" lonr-i'H. dlpl'Mnal In polnftul out, nuiy rhrmHi* to Invllo forftlirn Intorvi'MlIon MM tlm ll'HMIM* of tWO OVllH. M fnurnd thin hilffht t/il(M lhr« form of 11 ilHllvnrii h> nt lin U on f(»rpiK'i ritl/oiiH or forotfrn Hhfpphiff. HhlpH til nlhi'r tint loiut lui vn hnrii fln>d upon during tbn IOHK i l lvll \vnr. | but HiiHi Ini'ldrntH tbim fur upjuvir lo ! llll\ (l bfl'll M( ( Itldltul, /'re** hfitttfid Wire) *V. C., Sept. 3. — Mi-H. 80, widow of tho Into H, N. IJuko. ninltlmllllonalrn tobarno nwmifaptiiror, and ono of tho rlehowt WMIIK>II In thn world, will bn burlod hnre tonmrrnw In tho rlmprl of Duku 1'nlvf-rnlty, whh;h hnr family on* dowcd, Mr«. Htikr died UiHt night in Blow- Inff lloi'K, N. < '., aftfC nn llliif\<w of two inonthu. Him WOH an t\\\\\i of Dnlu- CrornwtOl, tniilluiiiilro to- f MIO diumlitrr, AIr«. Mary i Middle, now living In Now Vork, HUT- i TODAY'S FASHION TIP uriLdo arul In mo R!OVOH n I'" 1 wnrn for ovnnlnj? lo mulch (United Trrsu TtwmfA Wire) KAJIUJANKH. Altuika. Sept. 3. Wiley Post, whoso husband died In an alrplano crash with Will Uog- mmr J'olnt Harrow, Auffiiflt 15, loft today by autnmobllo for Vnldcx, whcro Mho will bourd a ship for Sou i tie. Mm. Post Raid sho would return to Al/iHliiL noxt year to witness tho plarlng of manorial OTOHHOH nt tho \vhoro iho round-the-world flyor « funit<cl huriiorfRt were killed, fll«ht wufl postponed thlf* year by bud weather. lunl STURDY ROAD POUND iN, Italy. Sept. ;». (U. P.)—A cement foundation laid down by tho IlomutiH for a water conduit about 2000 yeui'H ago near hero proved so that road drills could not It when It wan laid baro by a COIIHIruction t'l.l'll TO MKICT Norlnl Cltlh Of 'IVfOM drdrr nf \\\c A inn rn lit li , will hn|H dim .nonltiiK ol th« full In HIM i-lub rniiniu nf M.iKunlc U'lnplo ut R n'rlncU l''rlduy rs'ontnK Mr«. ('nrrlo Millar rhiilnniiM <>f nikH-k.^ -v** Lo V"~al Teachers Are in Need of Living Quarters Guaranteed Permanents! Soft l.ustruiiH \Vnvt»s \\'illi I.ovolv Miufjlcl ICnds; in IVrfrcl (lotnTorl ! Special . . Ambre Oil Lustre Oil $1.95 $2.95 $3.95 liHlinffH ol living quartern arc needed at (lit* HnKiTMrield city Hciiool hrailtniarlerm if all (c'lirhofN nrrlvltiK In llu- cl(y are to i'lnd homes, It \VUH uitnouticerl lo- day hv Rlrn. Luvlnn rurslmll, cliHlr- man of the honlosH roininiltiu 1 for the rilv lenchlhK Hlal'f. Anyone having minuH, room and board, lu>tiHo.Uecpl"K rooniH or hnUHCM or oilier living aocommo- dalloiiH IH rtMitientod to tclephnnc 2-100. hy !Mrn. I'nrNlwIl. AH tnt 1 lewrluM'H arrive ihoy lire given the UN!lugs and trim.suorln- tlon IN lurnlnlu'd to Ihonu neud- Inu it hi their Hiuirch for In MUCH. Shumpoo, HIK) Wave 50c Uuux Slmmpoo Tint, Tint* UN 11 , $2.50 Soft Water U«cd Kxclunlvcly LEROY GORDON BEAUTY SALON U«) Nineteenth Street. I'honc 5(505 Hoodaches -- Nervou»neos nu you r\i'c'N8 iiriii. \viir<l it tnul tnrtilh --Urop Ihrrr lnn'l \vorKhiK \\n Inu — II rh«'M ko« % n No orrect NTACI DER oraru peps TWO STONE hint (mo Jar ntul lot tho "III of KriiNdiPii Mtu how tvt kiii'p lulrniull from nno thlnl of n t<m*poonfu1 of Urosrhnn Suits In H K!I»»* of hot i»vpr.v morn- In one, von Iho \vny lo hr n\on> tu'tlvr nnd nin Uu> \\orUl ovor tivUr Krun- i»i n piviMoiiN «nlU— to nt and flno itll l hi« rnthiirllm ..... Mo tlcin- Ion hllMhfnl rlnlly hou-cl notion \vhiMi von tuiii' >'onr lilt In dully dono of UniHrhnn- Mot That Kid mak« you dneys lontmr KJdntri « lounsins pajamas (No. 8793) arc just the thing for the rollpgo girl lo twku back to school. Tho trousers are wide nnd full. Tho blouse hn« on »ir of nonchalance that ia flattering Make them in printed silk, plain crepe, pongee or jersey. Patterns nro M/.eil 11! to 110 ami 30 lo SB bust. Sue 14 requires 5 *l-4 yards of .ID-Inch inwtcrhil, plus 3 1-2 yards of l 3-4 inch bins binding for trimmins; also U 1-2 yards of ribbon for belt and bow. u PATTERN and STEP-BY-STEP SEWING INT- out tho coupon below, being sure lo MENTION US NEWSPAPER. KJdntri from •Aiitv. j-*«?i*vu»ti*n4i HnAutnatlO ^ BtinrneM. DurniniTi Hmartlnir, 1 Jchln^, or Aoldlty try th* 8ru»r»iU»od The FALL AND WINTER PATTERN BOOK, with a complete selection of late dross ciesiuns. now is ready. It's 13 cents when purchased separately. Or, if you want to order It with the pattern above, send in just an additional 10 cents with the coimon. or Ottljr7B»tdrut«Ut IvritaUoneoothBd.henUng promoted by uting effective* mildly medicated — — — - - — . ^^ SOAP ami 01 Hi MINI Hundrcdn of roqueata have poured Into the- office of Vlrat Congregational Church asking continuation of Hudlo Fellowship'Which was conducted in connection with the 11 o'clock church hour each Sunday morning last season, In the written and fepokcn pleas havo been many from institutions and shut-ins, Including local hospitals and sanitariums. "Thus far wo do not see our way, financially, to continue it however/ 1 tho Tlev. Mr. Donatt pastor, said tocjay, From Morro Hay came a letter this week from Mrs. Herbert Healy, which said in part: 'Tor a long time past I havo meant lo write to tell you how much your radio church meant to my mother, a shut-In for the past five years. It always comes In MO clearly and sho had no trouble hearing it. T know It must cost something and maybe if all tho shut-Ins who listen (and there must bo many) were told, they would be glad to help. Some of us would in memory of a faithful, Christian mother, who loved God'a house. 11 An eloquent letter from Mrs. C, A. Bnrlow also arrived this week. Tho Hnv. and Mrs. Donut and their family havo returned from a month's vacation at Manhattan Beach. Labor tyiy will bo observed with a sermon "Religion at Work," Sunday. Roosevelt, Landon Meet in Parleys (Continued from rage One) roctly to tho capital for a pro-conference luncheon. Tho long lino of automobiles, headed by tho President's open car, swung up tho avenuo leading to the Capitol whllo thousands lining the driveway applauded. M r. Roosevelt, with Governor Clyde I-.. Herring beside him, swung his white hat In response to the cheers. Significant Meeting H will be a strictly "nonpolitlcal" conference, but it will set the Democratic and Republican nomlneeti for tho presidency against u backdrop laced with nil tha political implications of a hard-fought preHldonttal campaign; a bolting more potent with political dynamite than the only other comparable "meeting of Tuft and Dryau In the campaign of 1908. Tho precautions against political reaction taken by both the Democratic! anil Republican boards of strategy woro HO stringent that they kept tho srhcdulo of tho day in doubt until the last minute.. Ostensibly, tho Provident nnd tho governors qf MlnnoHotu, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Wlaronaln, Jvannan and Oklahoma will meet to consider an emergency 'and long-range pro- imim to combat a national crisis—a drought thut has dwarfed tho tall corn of Iowa, sifted tho wheat fields of tho northwest to a powdery dust and baked tho pasture muds of Kun- HDH nnd Missouri to a yellowed waste. Dramatic Scene Hut actually, In the public mind, tho stagu set with extreme caro In the- 63-year-old Capitol building will bo a dramatic scono upon which two mon competing for tho nation's high- cut offlco must stand for a moment— and which must until the very end contain tho potentialities of un Incident, an explosion which would be of paramount Importance In tho balloting noxt November. Nor Is thnt all. I'otontiallUcfl Thcro will bo probably 200,000 persons* along tho routo which tho President and Republican nominee will follow when they motor to tho Capitol for the confurenee; 200,000 portions drawn from tho farming 1 lundfl which many veteran political observers are convinced will be the deciding factor In tho November election. H was hooauHO of tho political fuclnrR necessnrlly Involved In this momentous "non-political" mooting that President Uoosovclt vetoed tho proposal for brass bands. NonpartidHn Flags It was for that same reason that tho VlagH fluttering across some 30 blocks of thn route which tho con- foreeH will travel wore strictly nonpartisan flags which showed a maximum of red. white and bluo and which said: "Welcome," but which bore no reference cither to the President or iho governor of JKan- PR*. H was tho BO mo factor that prompted tho cUy officials to re* iiucst buHlnoHa men not to display pletures of pit Ivor candidate in storo windows. All of these complications were filtering through the mind of tho official huvt. Governor Clyde B. Her- rlntf, when ho remarked to newspaper mon that U was splendid that "everybody had co-operated" in making tho occasion a affair. "Wait till I Ret an American hat. I don't like these foreign hats," Mrs. Grace CooHdge, widow of the lato President Coolidffe, pleads as she faces cameramen on her return to New York from a six- month tour of Europe.' Except for the hatH Hhc ohjoye(} the trip, her first one abroad, very much. Medicine to Curb Social Tendencies 1RKERHONOREO Local Wbman Appointed on County Staff; Coming Events Scheduled f^t^t^Bf^F&^f^^^^^^^^^^^^ b Mrs. Harvey Harrison has beon appointed assistant chief of staff for Kern County, Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, by Mrs. AHa Bleeh, of San Joso, department ohlof . Q« staff, It was learned here today. This Jurisdiction includes Delano, Taft and Bakerafteld. Harold Brown Auxiliary, No, 1488. held its business meeting last evening In Memorial hall with Mrs.-R. L. Fowler presiding. Coining Events Activities for fall and winter which were planned Include a five hundred party in the basement of Memorial hall Saturday night. Hand embroidered articles will bo given for prizes and refreshments will be served with Mesdames Harvey Harrelson. H. Cunningham and J. J. Froyley in charge. Two hundred points will be given those arriving before 8:16 o'clock. A rummage sale will bo held late this month or early in October for tho benefit of the auxiliary's welfare program. Tho date and place will bo chosen later, Members are reciuestcd to bring garments to th« hall or to telephone Mrs. Fowler. r To Hncanipmcnt The auxiliary will be represented at the national encampment of the V. F. W. Auxiliary in Denver, September 13 to 18, by Mrs. C. C. Miller and Mrs. ICarl Smith. Accompanied by Mr. Smith, they will leave Sunday morning by motor. Other dole-. gates and alternates elected were Mesflames H. U Fowler, H. Cunningham, H. Tlulby, Btovo Ockns, \V, Farrell, T. Kaiser, C. Kclloy and Loe Bryan, Give Gifts Small glfta woro given those having birthday and wedding anniversaries Jn July and August by tho president, including Mesdames H, Harrelson, Charles KeJIey, Q. Stevenson, and B. Gckas. • The next regular meeting will be September 16 with an entertainment which will probably carry out the Frontier Day theme. H was voted to do sewing for local Red Cross, ^articles to be given to veterans hospitals. HANOVER. N T . H.i Sept. n.—A discovery of a medicine which seems to curb social tendencies was described to tho American Psychological Association, in convention here, by Dr. Abraham Myerson of Boston. Doctor Myeraon, a state psychiatrist In Massachusetts, said Benzedrine, a drug of the adrenal group, has "a very remarkable Influenco" upon persons contemplating suicide. He Haiti it also: Serves us a sort of pick-me-up for "hangover." Completely relieves narcolepsy, or clro \vwlueBH and sleepiness under emotional strew. HttltB nervous stomach spasms caused by emotional and functional states. "A few tablets of Benzedrine," Doctor Mj'ci'Hon said, "will completely relax Wib spasm temporarily and, given over a period of time, tho spasm will bo abollnhod." Calm U. S. Fear as to Japanese Navy TYMSH, Texas, Sept. 3.—Senator Tom Connally, In a speech on tho Tyler Uotary Club's International relations program today, said there wan no danger of an attack on tho United States by Japan so long as tho United States maintains an ado- nun to navy. "Japan's real ambitions Ue In tho orient," Connolly said. "Her national policies covering the last several years all Indicate that hor chief hopes Uo In that direction." COMPLKTK SCHOOL I'llOGRAM SANTA MONICA, Sept. 3. (A. P.) The $3,011,808 school building and rehabilitation program for Santa Monica growing out of tho March. 1983, earthquake will bo completed In December, Meeting on Plans 4 Committees on Admluton Pay from the Native Daughtere and Native Sons' Parlors of Bukerefield met Wednesday night at the homo oC Mr». Ona Motfott 2 Jj street to perfect plans for giving a bear flag to Kern county to bo flown from the court houise. The presentation will bo held at 8 o'clock Wednesday night September' 9 In connection with a program. Those who met with Mrs. Moffott, hostess, und Miss Sadie Clendonen nnd Carl Luick, chairmen for both units were Mrs, Ray Carlisle, Mrs. Thclma Hmlth, Miss Florence Moore, Miss Halpha Sanders, president, Hal Bannister, Mart Leonard, George Taylor and Ralph JHnderlllcr, president. CHAMPION .BARKER CLEVELAND. Sept. 3. (U, P.>— A crowd at the Great Lakes Kxpo»I- tlon picked Ous Chan, 23-year-old Chicago-born Chinese, eome-on man for Shanghai Lll at the Chinese Tenv pie and a Junior at tho University of Chicago, as best barker in a contest. Appropriately, ChaJi is a student of advertising. Schilling FI.AVORY IVIJEXICAX Chili Powder Received Daily—Big Shipment FOR FRIDAY Salmon. Flounder, Barracuda, Sea Buss Fillet of Sole, Rock Cod, Halibut, and Every Variety of Small Fish ALL AT LOW PRICES tgoiuoi FRAN SORE STOMACHS DUE TO GASTRIC HYPERACIDITY • TvncUr and Inflamed, toorchfd by adds. 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