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THE BAKERSPtELD CAtlFORNlAX, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, -*.-'--, f r * S.SCHULT 0, E, S. Chapter ethel Holding Meeting Monday; Meeting Shortly; ONORED First This Fall First Session I- Coldred Minstrel Show to Be First Project to Be .Given at Assembly Program . h Getting a, head start on school activities, a committee of tho boys' glee club -of tho local high school met with Ronald Clark, director, and planned their program for a special fall assembly, it was announced today. A colored ministrel show was selected tor the entertainment and the date tentatively set for Friday, November 13, Mr. Clark will direct tho show for the club. Tho members of the committee include: Herman Cornelsen, Gerald Robertson, Joe Garone, Clayton Boeefl, Ancll Otto. Mr. Clark said today that there Is still room in the club for boys who like to sing. During the year, Iho club makes many appearances on public programs, both for the school and community. R El Tej on Council Plans Card Party \ El Tojon Council No. 215, Degree of Poca^ontoa, will sponsor the second of a series of card parties Friday afternoon, September 11, at 2 o'clock in Eagles hall, five hundred to be played for high score. Pedro also will be played with prizes awarded In both games. Mrs. Margaret Claflln and Mrs. Winnie De- lagncs are the hostesses. Tho card party that was scheduled to be held .Friday evening, September 11, at 8 o'clock has been postponed until a later date owing to tfce fact that the charter Is to be draped in commemoration of the late Mrs. Catherine Delanty, who was a charter- member of El Tejon Council. The council will entertain at a ftocial night. Friday night, September 26, at 8 .o'clock in Eagles hall, open to members and their Invited guests. Bunco will be played at no charge and prizes will bo given. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Eileen AValdron is the general chairman. El Tejon Council will convene in regular scsalon Friday evening, September 11. at 8 o'clock in Ea&les hall. Complete report of the convention held In Red Bluff will be given by Mrs. Palma Black and Mrs. Mary Prati, who represented 131 Tpjon Council. Labor Day Topic for Worship Hour • First Congregational Church will f resume Its regular morning services tomorrow, the Sunday school meet- Ing at 9:45 o'clock and the preaching service at 11. This church Is located at the corner of Seventeenth and G streets; the Rev. A. S. Donat is tho pastor. Observing Labor Day, the pastor will preach upon the subject "Religion in Work." - Mrs. Gloanah Ball Behan will be at the organ and announces the musical program aa follows: prelude, "Allegretto" (Stalner) "Offer- tolre" (Hofmann) and postlude, "A * Joyous Postlude" (Bode). Mark F. AVilcox will be the soloist, singing "Deo Gratlas" (Consanby). Anniversary Fete Planned by Club talks will be prc- sen ted when Bakerstteld Chap* tcr No. 125, 0. E, S. holds its first session of autumn Monday night at 8 o'clock at Masonic temple. This M'ill be preceded by a short lodge meeting presided over by Mrs. Grorcr Shackelford and Dr. C. S. Compton, worthy matron and worthy patron of the chapter. No sessions were held during July and August; regular meetings will be held at fortnight intervals on*Hhe first and third Mondays. Refreshments will be served. Visitors will be welcome. Four-Posts Filled at Meet; j Public Ceremony Set for Admission Dav EXECUTIVE BO P. 1. A LL MEET Seventh District President Calls Meeting for Friday, September 18 i Resuming activities for the 1D36- 1937 season, members of seventh district executive board, California Congress of Parents and Teachers, will meet Friday, September 18 at Jastro Park, it was announced today by Mrs. Carl Nair, president, who has Just returned homo from a meeting of tho state board of managers held at Oakland. At the meeting, Mrs. KaJr will present a report on the results of the stale conference. The local meeting will open nt 10 o'clock in tho morning and a potluck luncheon will bo served nt noon. Individual Action Mrs. Nair said today that the petition filed by the supreme court, asking for a writ of mandate to keep tho initiative measure for replacing the sales tax on tho ballot was done by Mrs. B. C. Clark, president of the ?^ BBC iL. «.! California Congress of Parents and Teachers, as a citizen and tax payer and not as the results of any action by her board. Tho petition did not deal with the merits of the Initiative measure but with the manner In which it was presented to tho people In the Initiate petitions circulated. Tho P.-T. A. board expressed gratf Jcation at the supreme court action in a resolution which re-stated Four officers were Installed, committees were appointed and plans for many autumn events were completed when 131 Tejon Parlor, Native Daughters of the Golden West, met at Eagles hall Friday night with Miss' Halpha Sanders presiding. Those Inducted were Miss Edna Hobson, trustee; Miss Lucille Ansola- bchere, marshal; Mrs. Thelmtt j Smlth t outside sentinel; Miss Lottie 1 Cave, Irtslde sentinel* To Present Flag Admission day will bo signalized by a great public ceremony at tho l west entrance to .the courthouse Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at which time a bear flag will be presented to Kern county to bo flown from tho courthouse. Miss Sadie Clendencn, chairman for tho women's parlor, is being assisted on arrangements by Mrs. Margaret Carlisle, Mrs, Ona Moffett, Mrs. Thelma Smith and Miss Florence Moore. Other parlors uro being invited, Final Party On Friday, September IS, following a business meeting at Bugles hall, tho final party of a series will be held at Eagles hall, with "grand prizes" awarded in bridge and flvo hundred. Refreshments- will bo served; the public Is invited. The September social committee is In charge of arrangements, members Including Mesdames R. C. Brown. Carl Cooper, H. C. Roland, Price Edwards, A. L. ICnoles, W. F. Dodcn- hoff, Edith Swctt, Lorraine Luncc- ford, Henry Piter, Mamie Roberts, j field instructor. Mary Oorzelnik, U. P. Apperson, Edna Collins, Jennie Dennis, llclda Thomas, Halite Bowman, Mary Phelan, Ona Moffett and Miss Lela Ashbaugh. j For Frontier Days Miss Sanders selected as the parlor's Frontier Days committee, Mrs. Mrs. Ralph Hinderliter, Mrs. Ray Carlisle, Mrs. Alton Oiggy. Mrs. Lucille Kinsell. Miss Lucillo Meyer, Miss Edna May Hobson and Miss Florence Kinsell. A lapsatlon committee, headed by Miss Clendencn, includes Mrs. 81m Dunham and Mrs. Ralph Sanders. Miss Eleanor Rchdorf heads the ! glee club committee. | Mrs. Thelma Smith is chairman 1 of drill team. D. S. S-trlcklin Thad Jones Bessie Jones John Avery John Stewart Katlo Dow Qcorge Yates Lawrence Hanks Dorothy Yates Lucille Harland * * Feting Mrs. Hanks Mrs. C. AV, Harty entertained recently at her home on Stock dale highway honoring her mother, Mrs. Mary Hanks, on her birthday anniversary. A tie nd In g tho part y besides the honor guest and hostess were: MesdameB — J ( H. Hanks John Harland l«ohn 1-awrencc Adolph Thompson Ed Willis W. R. Rample Misses — Louise Rosy Children— Qeno Yates John Harland * Hulmea Koine After n summer's vacation in Beach, Mrs, Charles H. Hulmo her daughter Miss Anabel nnd son David returned homo Friday evening: The Rev. Mr. Hulmes brought them back from the south. • * » Guest Tn South Mrs. Minnie Jacobs will spend the week end in the south as a guost of Mrs. William Corbet. t of I*oa Angeles, formerly of Bakersfleld. • * • * Degree of Honor Members of the Degree of Honor, Prospective Association will meet Monday evening In Eagles hall nt 8 o*rlock. Refreshments will bo served. Mm. Minnie Jacobs, president, is asking a full attendance. » • * Enjoys Musical Events Miss Audene Shaw, piano pupil of Mrs. Chester C. Hagans, Bakers- • \ ^ and Wed at Santa Barbara Miss Georgia Lyons, daughter of Mrs. Georgia "XV. Lyons of Santa j Barbara and tho late Mr. Lyons, was [To. 13cgin married at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, August 30 to Charles Allison Holden of Bakorsflcld, son of Mrs. Qraco Holden of Taft at the homo of her Uncle, James Roderick Thompson and M re. Thompson at 1831 Patorna Road, Santa Barbara. Dr. Robert X. McLean of the First Presbyterian Church of Santa Barbara performed the ceremony in tho presence of friends and relatives. j The brido wore a white satin gown 5 designed With a long train. Tho veil j of white tulle was held In place with ] a coronet of orange blossoms. Her ! colonial bouquet was of gardenias | and lillicB-oMhe-vaUy. Miss Betty Peter of Los Angeles was maid of honor and \voro an ice- blue satin frock made with a tunic length coat and quaint gardenia cap, with matching streamers and carried a colonial bouquet In fall colors. Mrs, Oaylord Purvis of Santa Barbara, matron of honor, was drossed in apple green satin made in the same style BS tho maid of honor's dress. She also wore a gardonla cap and carried n colonial bouquet. Tho two bridesmaids. Miss Julia Lynch and Mias Betty Thompson of Stanford, were dressed in silvery lavondar and sago green, respectively. Their caps and bouquets matched those of the maid and matron of honor, Mayanno Lcmp, flower girl, wore pale blue organdy and carried a banket of flowers. William Lemp. Jr.. train bearer, was dressed In a white linen suit. Tho altar in front of tho fireplace was banked with fall flowers and tall tapers in silver candelabre were on both sides. The brido was given in mtfVrlagQ by her uncle, Kenneth 8, Thompson of Hope ranch. Charles Nineteenth Term Head of W. C. T. U. Unit Hero i , t . . , r( l turnedw rccontl i I Holden had a« hia best man tho from Hollywood whore sho won a : brothcr of th6 brid0i Jamcs Tho mp. guest of Mra. Hagana and of rela- ; flon> the lives. Sho attended the master classes at Alfred Mlrovitch, a prM vllcgo obtained through an audition last spring. Mrs. Hagans and Miss Shaw attended several Hollywood Bowl concerts. Kmerftons Homo After a three weeks' motor trip which took thorn to Manitoba, Canada, and homo with two visits to Yellowstone National Park, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Emerson have returned to their home, 400 K street. They wore guests of Mr. Emerson's mother, Mrs. Oliver Emerson, and u RlBlor and brother-in-law. Mr. nnd Mrp. Ed Shannon, in Manitoba. Fitful rains TM I Ufiherft wcro Raymond Macomber of LOB Angeles, Uae Kills of Tftft( Oorgo Harper of Hakers- ficl( -] Rnd oaylord Purvis of Santa Barbara. Miss Kllzaboth Leonard of San Bernardino, played the wedding march on th» organ. A reception followed Immediately at which Mrs. Hyron Abraham and Mrs. Ira Peer poured. The young cousins of tho bride, tho Misses Jean Thompson, Joy Lytnsn. Margaret Thompson. Dana Allison, hucille Thompson, Mary l.ou Henry and Shirley Thompson assisted with tho serving. Mrs. Hulden is a graduate- of the Harbara High School ;ind Harbara Stnto For a nineteenth successive term Mrs. \V. J. Schultr. WAS elected president of Francos AVillarO Union AY. C. T. U. at a recent business mooting. Others elected were Mrs. C. C, Haworth, vice-president; Mrs. O. W. Ristor, secretary; Mrs. Ulu Chapman. treasurer; Mrs, T. J. Clanln, head of tho Loyal Temperance League; Mrs. Qeorgo Howoll. of I bo Youth Temperance Council. Now Chairmen Department chairmen Include Mrs. J. B. Heoao, child welfare; Mra. Mary Baird, Christian oUlronshtp; Mrs. H. L. Wilkinson, evangelism; Mrs. Ida GUI, International rolatlonflforpcn.ee; Miss Mariana Bohnn, modal contest; Mrs. Anna Clark, medical temperance: Mrs, C. C. Ha worth, motion pictures and religious education; Miss F.dlth Slanton. publicity; Mrs. Bollo Saockor, social morality; Mrs. Oeorgla Stork, Union Signal; nnd Mrs. L. C. Miller. W. C. T. U. homo for women, Delegates Chosen Delegates to n. convention In Tftft September 16 at First Presbyterian Church include hen Id en Mrs. Schiillx. Mrs. Haworth and Mrs. Ulster, tho president, vice-president nnd secretary, Mesdamen L. C. Miller, Ida Bill. George Stork. F. K, Perrino. George Joyner. Anna Clark. 1 H. n. Emery nnd Martha Clayton. On October 13 tho Southern California state convention will open its tensions at First ttaptlnt Church. Headquarters for delegates will bo Hotel 131 Tejon. A vote of thanks was extended to Mrs. L. C. Millnr, for many years secretary, who could not aroopt tho post again, duo to homo duties. T OOKING forward to an inter- eating terms, members of Bak- crsfleld Bethel of Job's Daughters will hold its first session of autumn Tuesday evening'at 7:30 o'clock at Masonic temple. Miss Atlecn Hirst, honored queen will preside. Practice will bo held, A full attendance is asked. The bethel, an organization of more than 100 members, meets every two weeks on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month. Mrs. If. U . Headcn is the guardian. The girls have been disbanded since, laic June. D FOR IE New Camera Sees Rainbows on Sun (Atnociatcd Prttat l.ca*ed CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. Sept. 6. — llninbowa on tho sun, arches of fir* 100,000 miles high and 200.000 miles lonff, discovered by a new motion picture camera, were tho sensation of tho final session of the American Astronomical Society today. Nothing like them has over boon Known. They nr* not motionless like earthly rainbows. Molten firo runs Standard Bearers Now Ready for fc 1936*37 Season; Meeting Held Standard Bearers of Trinity Methodist Church elected officers at a meeting Thursday afternoon at tha homo of Mlsrt Doris Greer. 509 Beak avenue. Miss Jcrcnc Salmons was named president. Others elected were Xftss Doris Orecr. secretary: Miss Elizabeth Armstrong, treasurer and Miss Helen Salmons, program chairman. Miss Ruth Pratt will act as devo- itonals secretary and Miss Mickey- Brown as publicity chairman and sunshine chairman. Refreshments were served Mrs. Curtiz Asks to Divorce Spouse down both aides of the nrch speeds 100 miles a second, appears at tho apex of the n« If poured out of an at The fire rainbow, Invisible • Tho rainbows wore one of several rqunlly spectacular discoveries of thin new raniera. Another was i Koman candlo finnvorka. Balls of h i flro. ftomo as large as tho earth, i arched upward 150,000 mile.* high. 1 There were "prnlrto fires." These 1 were ntvua of flame thousands of M \ ml lea wltlo nnd about &000 high. ! These picturen wore taken since July ?., in IL new solar tower at tho Me- Three Sisters to Marry on Sept. 19 Math Hulbert observatory of University of Michigan. They shown l«nt night for tho first time by Dr. Hebe.r D, Curtis, director of tho University of Michigan observatory. LONG HKACH, Sept. &._Bes« MercdyUi Curttz. prominent scenario writer, filed suit for divorce today against Michael Curtiz, film director. She charged that his acts of cruelty made it "unsafe" for her to continue a.s his wife because of her health and because of tho "danger" of a nervous breakdown. Her complaint stated that recently Cruli?,, I ntho presence of friends, salt! "he did not lovo her. hated her, and wished she wore dead." The writer also claimed that her husband was haughty and domineering. and quarreled continually over trivial matters. They wero married in Los Ang*lea December ". 192$, and separated August 30, 1936. A property settle- nv»nt has been reached uut of court, :Uie said. Curtiz. ;t native of Budapest, Hungary, began his career on the Eu» rope.an stripe, but for the last few Following last evening session, in Yellowstone on their return In- tho P. T. A.'s continued interest in j which was tho first this fall anil j creased th* beauty of tho resort. i workers: increased services An anniversary party at Memorial hall September 17 at 1 o'clock in connection with a potluck luncheon, was planned when Lavender Club of Hurlbut Woman's Relief Corps met at Memorial hall recently. Mrs. J. t). Stewart presided; refreshments were served by Mrs. T. M. Owens and Mrs. J. Bruce Payne. On the anniversary party .commlt- ,tee arc-Mrs. Anna Haggard, Mrs. Winifred Ketchem and Mrs. Roxle Watson. All members are requested to bring a covered dish. Tho event marks the anniversary of the club; all participants will come in Frontier Days costume and provide some type of sketch. There j will be prizes for costume and stunt. child welfare and tho education system of the state and the belief that tho repeal of the sales tax would have endangered the whole state's educational structure. To Chicago Mrs. Clark will attend a meeting of the national board to be held in Chicago. September 16-20, Mr. Nair* said. The national congress will persevere in its efforts to obtain enactment of federal legislation abolishing trade practices known as "blind selling and block-booking" of films. Vierllngr Kersey, state superintendent of public instruction, addressed tho -state board members. Ho said in part to the P. T. A, "We must anticipate 'the demand in educational which la largely due to the increased enrollment. Fifty-two per cent of high school graduates go on to college, leaving 48 per cent to decide whether to go to college or seek other opportunities. There is a great need for counseling and advisement, other service demands including recreational activities, feeding and health which is becoming: part of tho regular accepted program." The state superintendent also praised the organization of fathers' councils. To Make Survey Mrs. Clark appointed a cornmlttec to make an extensive survey of adult education, larger unit of administration, uniform accounting, central purchasing and other such Items. A committee was also appointed to take charge of the convention to bo held in Pasadena In ay, 1937. which was held at Ragles hall, mem- \ They also stopped at Salt t*ake City, bors joined tho Native Sons for Hup- Mr. and Mrs. Kmerson spent much per, complimentary of Charles >Vim- of the summer in building a house mer, at W. O. W. hall. j located at 318 V street. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^—^^^^^^-^^^-^^—^^—^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Toda Will Celebrate at Mt. Breckenridge TO GIVE PARTY Five hundred will be played for prizes and refreshments will bo served when Sequoia Circle No, 300, Neighbors .of Woodcraft, entertains at a party tonight at 8 o'clock at the homo of Mrs. F. E, Sprague, 1205 Eighth street. Mrs. Albert Moon and Mrs. George Inghatn aro the chair- in charge. Saturday, Sunday and Monday will be gala days on Mount Brocklnridge as a barbecue will be held Sunday In recognition of the next day'* holiday and dancing will bo enjoyed Saturday night and Sunday at the lodge, j The steaks will be in charge of i Billy Rankln, Henry Castro, LoRoy nankin. Fred Ollvera and Waiter Thatcher. Music will bo provided by the Sago 1 Brush orchestra. rn Santa Kant a In ro Delta /ota Delta sorority. For the past year she ha* been teaching In Chlno, Calif. Mr. H olden attended Tftft schnols, later the UnlverHlty of California at Berkeley and graduated from the Santa Barbara Stato College. At present ho> Is employed tn the Bak- ersfleld city school system, where tho couple will make their home. # * • Homo From I- A. Mrs. Low Suvorkrop returned Friday from a brief stay In Ix>s Angeles and vicinity. Church of Christ Continues Revival Tho Church of Christ which began a series of open-air revival services last Sunday will continue tho preaching service. U is announced. Attendance has been noted from Wanoo, Taft. Shafter and other center* of tho county. Evangelist J. David Taylor, fpr- merly of Fresno and evangelist for several co-operating Churches of Christ. Is doing tho preaching at I local revival. E, M. Taylor is leader. One candidate was baptized Thursday night after tho evening Mcrvlcc in the ChrJHtlan Church baptistry at Sixteenth und I street*. ' Music Announced for Church Service rre.8* Leatrtt Wire) CHICAGO, ^ept. G.— The Frit?: sis- Anna, 03; Kstello. 21 and Ruth. fixed their names today to applications for tnnrrlago Uccnnrn. and announced they would hr wadded in a triple ceremony September 19. Anna said her husband would bo A, ' \VUllain C'lauHHen. 2H; KntHle'B belt'.-. tion wan Clifford KnicRor, 21. and Huth's choiro l.eonnrd Hulow. Sumner Circle to Hold Card Party tho i years has been active in Hollywood. Amelia Earhart Is Highly Pleased Helene Costello Claim Is Upheld tho Lftincd Vfirt ) LOS ANOKUCS. Hept. 5.— Tho claim of Jlclone CoHtello del Barrio. former wife of tho lato Lowell Sherman, against the nrtor-dlrocior'a estate, wa* uphold, but modified today by tho Appellate Court. Mrs. Del Barrio, who was divorced from Kbernuvn about two years bo- fore his death In 1034, sued Mrs. tioulfto Hhcrmun. tho actor'n mother and administrator of tho estate, for $7303. tho value of many articles tiho charged woro illegally converted by Sherman after their (reparation. Tho Superior Court guve Judgment In favor of Mrs. Do Barrio for $5232. The Appellate Court, however, decided sho was entitled to the value of 39 articles and modified tho Judgment to $:iOf>8. L. A. Celebrates Its Scunner Circle No. 107, Order of I,>rul<lfMu v B. will Mponsor a. card party Thursday night at Druids hall. Two hundred pout* will bo given as n bonus to the players of five hundred who arc present promptly at 8 o'clock. In pedro an extra "punch" will be given for the tm.mo. Thirteen prlzeH will bo awarded. Refreahmontt* will bo served. The public 1« Invited. Mrs. Kern Da via is inn chairman. V. F. W. Auxiliary Entertains Tonight Tho flrwl of a Korlett of public card part lea will bo nponaorod this eve ning at 8 o'clock In Memorial hall by Harold Hrown Auxiliary No. 14CS, Volfcrana of Foreign War*. »SU prlzoa will Iw awarded for men and women, bosidps a travel and door prize. Several hand-cmbroldcrod pieces will bo Included In tho awanla. Two hundred points extra will b<* given ihoBi* arriving before 8:15 o'clock. A rrangemanu arc In charge of Mri*. Harvey Hurrelsoti. Hafresh- mcnt« will bo LOS ANOKKF.S. Sept. 5.—Amelia Earhart 1'utnani. America's foremost woman tt>ir. today loM the United Press that fhe was "delighted be- yoiul words' 'that another woman. Mrs. Hnryl MarUham. hud soloed the Atlantic ocean. Miss Karhart also rejoiced when she was inforrm-d that Mrs. Mark ham. who crushed in Newfoundland after a gruelling £4 hour*. 40 minutes In the air. had escaped with only minor Injuries. "That's wonderful." salU Miss Ear hart. "She did a uplemlld Job. That length of time Is a long- ono for any individual man or woman to be in the air alone—especially an ocean flight at this timo of year. Cheers to her." Maureen O'Sullivan and Farrow to Wed 155th Anniversary W. C. T. U. Members "«' Conduct Meeting fed AHA • ^^tf • 1 LOS ANURUCS. Sept. 3. Plaza, where Felipe Do Neve and his followers arrived to found tho Pueblo D* 1x^9 Angeles September 4, 1781, was tho scene yesterday of *••! Anna Gordon Union, \V. C. T. U. met at Calvary Baptist Church Friday with Mrs. W. J, Aclklsson pre- (I nilfd I'rrt* Leased LOS ANtiKLES. Sept, 5— Maureen Pa u In O'.Suillvan, motion picture actress, nnd John VllUers Farrow, actor, \\ rlter and director, today filed notice of intention to marry, The couple probably will mari-y vHthin 10 tlays, according to Farrow. Thn romance long has interested Hollywood. Ml*» O'Sulltvun gave her age as 23 and wild her native land was Ireland. Farrow has been married and divorced and was forced to secure, a religious dispensation to marry th« actress. He is a native of Australia. !.. A. KXPECTS 52,330.000 I,OH ANGELES. S*pl 0. (A. P. Washington \VPA headquarters expected soon to send a check for Sun \ » Your best traveling companion A SCHOOL dress (No. 8823) which hangs from a nattering shoui JIFFY KODAK i Jiffy Kodak is Eastman's low-priced folding camera. You'll enjoy taking it on summer trips—it's convenient to carry, easy to use a^d is ready for action in a flash. Just a touch of a button and it springs to position, ready for you to click the pictures. Jiffy Kodak comes in two models—priced at $8 and $9. KIMBALL & STONE Th* Ptrtttttlsr Druggittt Phone $3 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY risfitld." CftHf.: der yoke is easy fot-inother to make and fun for daughter t wear. Use plaid gingham, printed pique, challis or cheer wool. Patterns are sized 6 to 12 years. Size 8 requires 2 1-8 yards of 35- inch fabric. With long sleeves, get 2 3-8 yards, plus 1-3 yard contrast. The bolero dress (No, 8613) is perfect for school, top. The pleated skirt, ruffled blouse and separate bolero are interesting and flattering. Use gingham, broadcloth, jersey or woolen for this. Patterns are sized 4 to 10 years. Size 6 requires 1 7-8 yards of 30- inch material for the skirt and bolero and 1 1-8 yards for the blouse, plus 1 3-4 yards of machine ruffing. To secure a PATTERN and STEP-BY-STEP SEWING INSTRUCTIONS. flli out the coupon below, being sure to MENTION THE NAME OF THIS NEWSPAPER. •The FALL AND WINTER PATTERN BOOK, with a complete selection of late dress designs, now is ready. It's 15 cents when purchased separately. Or. if you want to order it with the pattern above, send in just an additional 10 cents with the coupon. JULIA BOYD Street KRA SCO tgom EncloB Cen Pattern Add ress tate From tforn Cou Tho crsficld Bak pon Address your envelope to Julia Boyd, Tho Rakorgftold Callforniao JFatiblon Bureau, 149 Now Montgomery Street, &au Francisco. Music for tho combined and Methodist Church fervlce* dny were announced today b Gate*, choir director and Mrs. non- aid Clark, organist. Morning, prelude "Prelude and Cantllene" CHouBcau); anthem. "Life Thine Eyct," from MondeUaohn'ft "Elijah"; offertory "Offertolrc" (Pev- red) solo. "Under His Wings'* (Sankey), Mrs. Dorothy HonUlcn Davy: "Triumphal March" (CoatiO. Evening "Incline Thine 13ar to Me" (Hlmmel), Waller Pollock and choir; solo "The Day Is Ended." Mrs. ! Charlotte Johnson. W. B. A. Review in First Fall^ Meeting Mrs. M. Monl*ith nnd Mrs. W. U. Qokling were named HJJ a Heptombrr committee for Kern Hovic?\v. W. H .- when members met recently at K. of P. hnll. Mrs. Ktnnley Dodds presided, announcing meetings at fortnightly Intervals through the remainder of the season. After a brief business session th« ', club members adjourned to Jefferson , Park. Next week's meeting of \Vcst Way Club will bo held «t tho home ; of Mrs. H. f. Crlckmcr, &16 K«n| tucky street. UNITY SERVICES ANNOUNCED ; Unity Sunday school will bo held jut 9:43 o'clock and morning Marvlce ; at 11 HunOay. The Twelve Powers of Man claw* is «ot for Tuesday at S o'clock in the evening and daily "silence" at 10 p'clock at Unity i Truth Center 123 Southern hotel. The Christian Business Club vm meet nt breakfast at 7:30 o'clock at Hotel El Tejon. Subject material will be taken from thfl wtudy page in Good Business Magattne. tho official textbook. Lcsttoim tn Truth class will be Held Monday evening at 8 o'clock Uv 8t^ voy hotel, Toft, Unity worker* training enrollment for the firvtT'hftJf of the year wtir.be "held ojwm until September J2« Fallowing thl# date no now enrollment*? of teacher* will accepted un^ll after *H* holiday*' j ceremonies commemorating tho j officers at the first meeting in 165th birthday of tho Pacific coast's j October, now largest city. Scions of pioneer famlllea played roles which their ancestors actually lived In two cere- montefl. The M Ission San Gabriel's bclla tolled, summoning together "Felipe Do'Neve, army officers and set tiers and their families, for departure for tho founding of Los Angclew." • siding. Plans wero mudo to elect | $2,250,000 to continue the Los Angeles school rehabilitation program, the board of education said today. Defer Arraignment ofWonderilomeo" l'rf*» Lcnrtd SAN FHANC1SCO. Sept. 6. -Fed- oral Judge A. F, St. Hurc today postponed until Heptomber 12 the arraignment of Btttnuftl Frnnk, 40, charged with using thn malls to defraud In connection with htn mail order romance*. Frank wun tmld t<» have received 18,000 proposals to mnrry ns n n»«vilt of an appeal for a wife, broadcast at tho Te*os rcntennlal, r 1 .1. r If ~* *r 1 - ' .*•* '.-;. < •-,-• l' - : •• *.' ^. y r t,- - f — ner Luxe inner peace ortny cause asses Piano Cla cal AULINE WILLIS -.' \ 1.

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