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! THE BAKfcRSFlBLD CALlfftftNIAX, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBEtt 12, 1938 0. E. S. Chapter Resumes Calendar Monday Evening kern Association .Will Begin New Season; Program to Be Enjoyed With the opening of the new teaching season, members of the Kern County branch of California Music Teachers' Association will hold their first meeting of the season at the studio of their president, Mrs. Laura E. Nichols, 1902 B street next Monday night at 8 o'clock. According to teachers and music dealers, the revival In music Interest which has been shown dui'lng the last two years Is more than ever evident this season, with enrollments for music study starting early. The certificate of merit blanks have arrived and several hundred will bo distributed to teachers on r Monclay night. In order to qualify r for the certificate of merit the student must present 36 weeks of meritorious work by the end of the school year. This necessitates early enrollment. Some Bakersfteld students will receive their- fourth year certificates next summer, having been enrolled each year since the • plan was Inaugurated. Mrs Elhdl MCMantis, as program chairman, will have charge of an Interesting program at next Monday's meeting and refreshments will be served at the close of the meeting. . , , .» « » ' Mrs. C. Hagans Is Reopening Studios Mrs. Chester Hagans, teacher of piano, 2222 California avenue, has • returned from I^os Angeles where she has spent her fourth consecutive summer as a member of the Alfred Mlrovltch master class and she had further Intensive private study iwlth the famous pianist and teacher. The master class was attended by teachers and students from the cost and middle western states, Mrs. Ha- T IBERTAS Chapter tfo. 362, Jj Order of the Eastern Star will meet at Masonic ttmpte Monday evening at 8 o'clock to resume regular sessions utter a summer recess. Visitors will be welcome. Mrs. George Thomas is the worthy matron and Charles JEukrc the worthy patron. • _ 'Q ! Grammar Teachers Rally at First Fall Assembly Today Piano Instructor Reopens Studio Mrsi Harry Binns, well known piano teacher, opened her studio for fall Instruction September 1 and will celebrate 20 years of successful work In Bakersfleld, September 20, by giving a reception In honor of Miss Alice Nlcoll, a former piano student. Miss Nlcoll was graduated from the San .Tose State Teachers College and will teach at the Roosevelt School In Bakersfleld. She will resume her music study with Mrs. Blntis, whoso studio Is located at 1911 F street. Mrs. Blnns' studio Is equipped with the Amplco which affords tho Rev, and Mrs. Patrick Return From Trip; Parish Will Resume Activities St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church Will resume services tomorrow with a, celebration of the holy conmlunton at 8 o'clock, the opening of the church school sessions at 8:45 o'clock and morning prayer and sermon by the Rev. William is. Patrick, rector, at 11 o'clock, Mrs. Laura B. Nichols will play the following or* gan selections! Prelude, "Adoration* 1 (Felix Borowskl); . "Deep River" (transcribed by James H. Rogers); Postlude, "Gloria" from . Twelfth Mass (Mozart). The Reverend Mr. Patrick and Mrs. Patrick returned last night a five weeks' trip which Included an auto. tour to Seattle, tho nine-day steamer trip to Alaska, an nuto trip through Yellowstone Park to Chicago and Cleveland and thence - homo by Way of Cincinnati, St, Lot?ls and the Santa Fe Trail. During tho pastor's absence, extensive repairs were made at St. Paul's rectory, 217 H street, Whore the house was painted Inside student an opportunity of studying j and out and a new garage erected the actual performance oC composl- Tho committee of tho vostry con gang reported. . representative Mrs. Hagans In a of tho Mlrovltch School oT Technique and teaching principles. Some of her most talented and* advanced pupils had auditions with Mr. Mlrovltch and were highly praised for their musicianship. Several wero visitors at tho master class by special permission. While In the south, Mrs. Hagans heard many concerts and Interest- Ing lectures on piano pedagogy among which were those by John Thompson, well, known pedagogue, composer and author of numerous books' of modern teaching materials on all problems of piano students. ' Mrs. 'Hagans, a. member of tho Music Teachers' Association,, will give credit for piano work to high school students who wish to receive units toward graduation for outside muHlc study, using tho course recently compiled and adopted by tho association. Mrs. Haga'nij Is reopening her studio In both Bakers- fleld and Oildalo for tho fall term und Is now receiving enrollments In her homo Studio at 2222 California avenue. Auditions will be given to all studeiHH without charge both here and at Olldale. Mrs. Hagans performance oC composl tlons by great artists, their interpretations, tempo and correct pedaling. Tho local teacher has sponsored many concerts In Bakersfleld and has taken part in many musical activities, piano, voice and accompanying. She has acted as director of the Trinity Methodist Church choir and the P. T. A. Mothers' chorus. She has also composed a number of works for tho piano. She Is credited with developing many outstanding piano students and teachers. She Is a graduate teacher of progressive series, harmony and piano normal with the University of Chicago, affiliated teacher of the Sherwood Music School. She also studied music at College of Pacific, with Alma Schmidt Kennedy of Mills College, Julia Pascal, Gertrude Ross, Homer ttrunn and Lillian Stueber and was assistant to Calmon Luboviskl In 1930. This year sho has been appointed by Sherman Clay and Company of San Francisco to represent tho Stolnway piano In BaUersfield and vicinity. Mrs. Blmw has used tho Stolnway In her studio for teaching and concert work for 15 yenrs. vn\ ry slated of O." 13. Stanfleld, W. K. Pet crson and J. Benson Wrenn, the con tractor, J. N. Harvey. !« now Instructors JL wore welcomed, nine nowlyweds were congratulated, and the bust' ness of getting the Bakersflcld city schools launched on the 1936-1937 school term wero highlights, of this morning's meeting of the teaching Bluff. I... J2. Chenoweth, city superintendent presided and made announcements . concerning school opening administration and general policies, Mrs. .S, A. McCormac, president of the Bnkersflohl Council P. T. A. won Introduced and greeted the teachers and members of tho city school board of education were introduced and made short talks. Tho meeting held nt the Emerson school auditorium was preceded by a conference of tho city superintendent and new teachers. "New Instructors The now Instructors and their assignments arc as follows: Miss Hose Bewley, graduate of San Jone State Teachers' College, Lincoln school vocational class; Miss Irone Blackorby, ba Verne College, Uncolii vocational; Miss Edith M. Bond, San Jose, Emerson; Roger O. Cantor. Santa Barbara, Emerson; .1. Ted Chlsm, irresno, attendance and physical education director; Dean O. David, Chlco, ISmr-rson; Miss Klta 1-Hn- ley, Fresno, Hawthorne; Francos P. FAR EAST Glee Club Gives Housewarming to • Popular Member Miss Elizabeth Starr Tells of Observations Made in China, Manchuria R. Leddy, Santa Barbara and tho University of Southern California, vocal music director; Miss ,OayU> Mendelssohn, Fresno, Franklin; Miss Eleanor Q, Miner, Fresno, Franklin; Ralph O. Nathan, San Francisco. | McKlnfey: Mtsft Alice Nlcoll, San Jose, RoosoVelt; Philip Nledorauer, ! impressed with what tho republic Ran Jose, Emerson; Helen Amy | Is trying to do In China and Inter- Patill, San Francisco, Lincoln; Miss j O stcd In tho trend to stamp out Man- Ruth Russol, San Jose, Hawthorne; churian Influence, train government Miss Frances Saylor, Santa Barbara, j personnel and promote education. Emerson; Airs. Anna O. Burton, j Miss KHwiboth Starr and hor sister, ADDING their contribution to i •^appointments for the new home j David Bacon Lauded as Piano »•_ _ — J %•«..„ WJtll...*_ xt.. .lilt *.** i nuruo Inspector; Mrs. Elizabeth Austin, nurso Inspector; Miss AHco Creelman, University of California, nurse Barbara, Washington; Miss Jones, Santa Barbara and U. 8. C., at Horace Mann, The newlywcds congratulated wore: Mrs. Wctm Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Apporson, Mrs, Lauretta Petrea Plmrls; Charles Holde,n, Mr*. Dorothy Bentzlen Davy. Mrs. F.dlth Roughton Cook and Mrs. Harriet Waters Mason, also brides, were not Miss Ruth Sturr of Los Angeles, found a visit to the orient of vital Interest. While foreigners are handicapped In tho study of economics and politics, finding It. difficult to get bo- neath surface appearances. It Is not difficult to observe that a progressive trend Is under way oven though the depression Is at Its peak In some parts, Miss* EllKabclh Starr said today. Charming Scenes Crops appear to be good this year of Mr. and Mrs. William Madill on Grace street, members of the glee club of Frank S. Reynolds unit, American Lesion Auxiliary surprised Mrs. Madill at a housewarming party Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Gladys Parka Is the club chairman. Mrs. S. Stanlon wan a special guest. A coffee server with cups, was presented. The function proved a reunion of members, as it was the first social event since vacation. Refreshments were nerved with places arranged for Mesdames llruco Dcvaney. Marvin AngtUri, Merle Dungan. Hilda GladvH Parkes, William Wayne P. Nelson. Artist find Composer in San Diego Concert present having been granted a year's j » n<t tll( > country Is correspondingly loavo of absence from tho staff. " ' ' "" ' ICxchnnfte Experiences , Teachers returning to tho staff '-heir bridges and primitive craft and and Ixmutlful. Tho visitors wore charmed by tho canals with following loaves of absence wero Miss Holcn Hill, who has boon study- Ing at Mills College, Mrs. fionevlovc Dumblo and Mrs, Isabel Pedro. found thn contour of Chinese land- scnpo entrancing. Travel on tho Htorlod Shanghai V3xprosn proved In- frosting and tho picture of modern ! Ing tho teachers exchange vacation Stampede Slated at El Tejon Hotel The annual fall stampede of Delta Sitjfrm fraternity will bo held In the Spanish ballroom of Hotel 131 Tojon and not at Woman's Club auditorium as previously announced. It will bo preceded by a party for Delts and Invited guestM. Music will ho presented by Everett Jones' six-plow band. Dancing will bo enjoyed from 10 to 1 o'clock. ' A stag dinner is sot for Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock at 11 Trova- Fonfara, San Jose, Emerson. Rest of Group ] experiences. Many Instructors at- Rugone Ford, Fresno. Hawthorne tended summer sessions, sonio tra- Both before nnd after tho moot- I "If travel and ooollns pulling scows, building; Miss Audrey A. dill. Santa Barbara, Fremont; Miss Gladys Hellbach, Fresno, Horace Mann; Clifford tore cafe. A PROGRAM broad In scope and yet elastic enough to meet new situations that might arise throughout the year was presented by Mrs. t.. C. McLaln, program chairman for Emerson P. T. A. at yesterday's meeting of the executive board held at tho school. Mrs. McLaln stated that us "tho child of today was the citizen of tomorrow," she would uue an hor general theme "Modern education IH a joint , responsibility of tho homo, school and community." Throughout tho your the duties of thono three units will bo demonstrated as to leisure. safety, health, spiritual appreciation, vocations und citizenship. veled nbroitd. and others enjoyed summer trips In all parts of the United States. offered ono of tho many contrfuHe lions In which tho orient abounds. At Thenter i At tho theater in Pclplng, Ktase New honors in concert and recognition In composition have been won by Uavld Bacon, young artist pianist, tho son of Mrs. D. N. Bacon, formerly of BakersfMd, who is spending tho summer In San Diego with his mother. Mr. Bacon has beeh studying at Yalo University where ho bad charge of tho Stelnert collection of old Instruments. At a recent concert In San Diego he pre. ( sonted three of his own piano com- Ilowe, i positions, sonatns written In the Kabes,! traditional style of Scarlatti and j three modern preludes, togelher with .-.! two glguos by John Barrows. His j iippearanco was on the student con- 1 cert guild program at the Chamber j of Commerce building. Praise Performance A music critic wrote of his per- i formanee nnd compositions: i "David Wncon delighted as always " j with his fine musicianship, his clar- I Ity of tone and perfection of tech• nlqne. The sonatas wero Interesting Election mid Installation of!" 11 ' 1 moUxUeally Ingratiating. The preludes in a more modern vein wero noteworthy and possessed real distinction. Also the gtgues by Mr. Barrows found much favor with the audience. Mr. Bacon was called Council Set for Sunday at Tehachnpi with tho as rnqulred. If an arch wn« neodod for tho sot tho ntngo j played when Frank S. Unit, American Legion Plan Philanthropy | YouiDt-Chllders Wedding hnndH placed two chairs on oroolod poles from each ami swung dnipory boiwoon., During tho production inninhorH of tho audlenct- walked up nnd down tho, ulxlow with Rev. Douglass Is Back From Parley After 'attending Mt. Hermon 12n- campmcnt where tho Hev. Mr. Douglass, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church waa on tho program, tho Rev. and Mrs. A. T. Douglass ar- rlvod home from a stay In Santa Barbara mountains, recently, and launch the new HOUHOII'B work at mjrvlcoH tomorrow. The Rpoalter's topic was "Tho Problems of Youth In the Present Evil Generation." Subjects or tho day Include "Work- Ing Together With Christ In Calvary Church to tho Glory of God," in tho morning and Sunday evening an evangelistic message for young people "Tho Graco of Ood That Saves Sinners." Officers and teachers will meet at tho church at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening. It Is tho hopo of tho pastor and his parish that tho building 1 debt may he cleared noon with n fow local subscription*. With plans for tho fashion parade i Miss Lllii Leo Young. 234" Pacific to bo hold at tho Woman's Club | Drive and Hoy Allen ChlMei-H, 511 September -!5 taking shape, Delta Tho til Tau sorority took up other business at tho mooting recently ut the home of Miss Margaret Bishop. • A new plan of philanthropy work Is being developed by a committee headed by Mrs. Phil lllckox, who in assisted by Mrs. Walter Smith nnd Mlsrf 'Louise Hall. Tho plan deals with medical can? for needy children part leu In rly of pro-school iige. Final arrangements were announced for an Informal party at tho nuppnr hour Sunday nt Walter Smith's home, 2904 Sun Emldio street. Mrs. Smith IK being assisted by Mlns Alice Hober nnd MlBH I,nulse Hull. Tho party It* for mombei-H nnd Invited guests. The next meeting will bo held Wednesday, SoptonilH-r IB, at In-nd- of lho. Coca Cola Bottling Klghth stroet, wero wedded nt tho Ira Pryor i"csldntico on Olive Drive, recently. Tho brldo Is a roccnt real- dent of Gulhrlo. Okla., and tho bridegroom of Mulhall. Okla. The two families wero old friends In Mulhall. , Mrs. Goldlo. Mumford, ulster of tho bridegroom was tho matron of honor and U. C. Mumford attended Mr. Chlldors. The Reverend R. \jftt Pryor. ims- tor of Firm Christian Church, Boll. Calif., a former resident of Hak<>rn- children, fluttered funs and ato peaches, melons,' cako nnd nuts and drank ton. and lemonade, all of which was available In tho play- liouso. Tho Picture Tulilng Roynolds in R with nn uniifiual composition by Auxiliary an Knffll«li composer, which served entertains Wednesday evening at a ! to compel nn "encore" for an en- rnrd party at » o'clock. Whether 'core. For this Mr. Bacon chose. "An tables will bo placed out of doors. Experiment in Tonality" by Bar- or insldn depends on the weather i '•»«;» bandl.-,! In a most original man. It being the consent that : 1™^™J»^*,™™^^.#™ the hull will have the preference. ; today. Reservations may be nmdn | with Mrs. Karl Howo, chairman of ; a spirited rendition by the pianist." Second Concert Mr. Bacon is a brother of Mrs. W. Mv.Manun. He studied nurnrlsod at tho m.i|.nm,t at tho alacrity with which Japanese und ChlnoHo rhllilrou and ndulls ro- Kpondod to ploturii-tnklng. ICxcopt for fortified zones, taking of ploturoH \VIIH not only pormlttpd but greeted with rnthuHliimn. Tho Mlmiea Stnrr took 19 ri'ols <>{ inovlox. tickets Four nH«. win be glvon i ™--„"„^^Wlghton and In enoh Kumc; a door award or two .^ w|th umw . s ^ uber of lx)8 An . also will be made. The arrange- | B0 , 0 , H.> I* continuing his studies imenlH committee will meet nt i,egiun j a( Ul(1 Va]| , Schoo j of jiuslc. and tho drill team will moot at 8 j ,„ ((Il Joll|X on .September 18 when o'clock tonight lit tho snmo |>laoe. j h(l wlll Rlvc ft progmm c ,f Brahms rlmlrman of | , inf j Hn.eh. •* Thoy k-fl l,os AiiK'-l"H Juno 20 on | Council In Tehnchitpl Sun lho l-iilyo Marn and had a duy In I n<JO " Ilt " o'cloch. Mrs, Lucy tho drill tenm. Klectlon nnd installation of "ffl«v ]»/|• ' TJ 4. ers Is planned by Kern County j IVHSS JtSUSS 10 indny after- ia available on Saturdays at tho Oil-, In antlc ,, mtle)n of fl SU cceHHful dal ° Commmilty clubhouse. j ycnr) 8ho naa cnoscn ns thn thcme *~t t j r< l 1 i ' or ^' le f' rst meeting, slated for Oc- f-vHlTIO* ffi Kpnfinl • tober 21, a discussion of "Rules." VI Vlllgi liU KJV/llvrUl ! ji rs . c. O. Durant, president of the association, who presided at yesterday's session, announced n visitors' day to bo hold -at the Kern County Union High School, Friday after- Is Donat's Topic "Going to School" IB the topic announced by tho Rev. A. S. Donat, pastor of tho First Congregational Church, for tho 11 o'clock morning worship service. Tho church school meets at 9:4C o'clock for reorganization of all deportments in preparation for promotion exorcises which will be held In connection with Rally day on September 27. Mrs. Jessie Anderson Is the general superintendent. • Music at tho 11 o'clock service, announced by Mrs. Oloannah Ball Behaiii organist, Is as follows: Prelude: "Pilgrim's Chorus" from "Tanlmuscr" (Wagner); "Lovely Appear" from Anthem: The Re- -domptlon" (Gounod); Offertory, "Air Prom Orpheus" Von Oluck) and "PoBtludo In F" (Wllhelm). noon, October 2. John L. Compton, principal, assured the board of his co-operation and assistance'. Officers and chairmen who will serve this year arc: Mm. C. O. Du- runt, president; Mrs. L. C. Mcl^aln, first vice-president and program chairman; Mrs. R. B. Rogers, second vice-president and hospitality chair man; Mrs. K. W. Clark, secretary; Mrs. C. J. Dowell, treasurer; Mrs. I. 13. Lane, parliamentarian; Mrs. R. L. Perry, historian and finance and budget chairman; Mrs. Porter Mun Sey, auditor; Mm. IS. I. Atkins, founders' day chairman; Mrs. George Valencia, publicity; Mrs. T. J. Clanln, membership; Mre. Joe Shannon, rno * powers Kodak Film If you're particular about your snapshots use Kodak Veri- chrome. This splendid film is no end of help in giving you better picture results, even though the light is not just right. Stop today and get your supply. Party Is Given in Honor of Youngster Mrs. Loon Coatc,* assisted by her mother, Mrs. W. B. Black of Marl- copa, gave a birthday party Sunday for her little daughter, Beverly, who was 3 years old. Games wore played and pictures made ns there were three of the five generations present. A largo coke made by Mrs. Maude Stancllffo was a center of attraction. Many beautiful gifts wore received. Iced refreshments wero Served along with pastries and cooling drinks. Those present wero Mrs. Elmer Stevens, Weed Palch; Miss Rhcu Bradley, Miss Josoplne Caldwell. Miss Dorotlfy Voth, Messrs. W. B. Black, Marlc.opa; Harry Vand- bruet, a guest of tho Blacks from Phoenix, Ariz.; and tho children, Donald -SSachery and Phllipp /.acli- ery, Shafter; Joan Rosenfclt, Her- nadene Sonants, Ira Blggemtaff, Mar- Icopa; Lcroy Slovens, Melva Luon- ard, Shirley I^eonard. V. F. W. Auxiliary Giving Card Party Harold Brown Auxiliary No. 1408, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will hold tho second of a series of public card parties tonight in Memorial hall. Play will begin at 8 o'clock; a,bonus of 200 points will bo given* those arriving before that time. Flvo hun- bo tho game. Many of tho Company. , Mumbera of Clamnm Include: Mesdn tries— Harry Llbby Chester James Sim Dunham Ashley II. Walker John Campbell Joel HeynoldH Jiimcs'Arp, Jr. Kincry Benson Kdward S. \Vest ICvorett Holmes Dwlght Jeffries Oliy Teatls Missus— Edytho Bandclllni Naomi Borrutt Peggy Smith Mnrgarot Bishop Helen Olson Martha Ellen Broomfleld XI chuplor 'Walter Smith Clcn Stow Klmer Goerlr Leonard Thompson Lost or Prick Phil lllckox ICdward Cnnfleld 10,1 Wolfe Harold T:vhr>r Bf-rnnrd SiiKla Donald Brown Wllllum Hoston Mary Tyson i'.rraUIIno Hnll AHco Heber V'crna Llbby Betty Branch Margaret Shitffrath l.oulwo Hull \\ vtt field, performed tho coroincniy. Mr 1'ryor with IilH family, Is Hpenillng a few dayH of bin vacation with Bait orsflold rolntlvoH. :, . , .. . . . Tbo brldo wore a bluoli r ,,| ffon former home of u Manchurli.n prlner tunic. coNtum... trimmed In nlUlo fnb- ' „ u " t ". l ;'| ; v " H 1 »;" 1 " °" th " .'"P»nes, ••!<•; her uttondnnt cliusn ,, dark blue ! Ul " <r '-l'l''hlbu Mnru. taffeta tunic outfit, aluo trimmed In while. A reception WIIH hold lift or th wedding, during which refreshments i were served by Mrs. Pryor. Those prescnl Included Mrs. A, G. I. Chllilers. Mulhull. mother uf tbo brldegrooifl; draco Mny Taylur, niece of tho bridegroom nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Irn Pryor, MI-H. l,ee Prynr nnd •Surah Louis" Pryor. Hommilu. going on to Japan and ! Those nomlnnted In.-Hide Mrs IChlnn. In Pelplng they ntuyed ut|.'« r k tsiiac. president: Mrs. M.ltlch- Mrs. Chlon'K boiirdlng hounn. tbo | nrdson, Delnno. first vice-president Mit? Anno Dnylo. Tuft, wooond vloo proHlilont; Mrc Kdltb UnldoK. !•'«! lows, fhnplnln: Mr* RmmnlK*ll Hen for Chinese Unit Marjorlo Collins Step Ill-other, Bfctcr Meet A dinner at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Charlen McMillan, 1016 Pacific Street, was tho occasion at which Mrs. McMillan and hor stop brother, Parloy Bennett of San Diego, met for the first lime In Ihclr liven. Mr, Bennett was on his way to Moke- i lumne Hill, Calaveras county, for a. i family reunion at which ho was to I Join his father, Churles Bennett for ] tho first time in 38 years. Luura McMillan will sharo Miscellaneous Shower A miscellaneous shower wit* given recently fur Minn 13dna Overtoil, brldo-oleot of Wllltnm Hntllff. nl tbo homo of hor cousin, Mrs. Stewart Mngoo, 2K30 Park Way. (JaniPH were playod. with prlzoH go. Ing to Mrs. Orrlo Itatliff nnd Mrs. K. V. Hiitiin. MlNM (JViM'lon received many lovoly glftH which wero opened ond dlnjilayod. At the clown of tbo evening, dainty refreshments wore served. Mrs. Magec WUH UHHlsted by Mrs. Julia Overtoil, mother of tba brlda to be. Those attending wore. MesduincH Music Announced at Church Sunday Music for Niindny nt First Pivuby- i torlan Church, nnnoiiiK'od todny by i Mrs. I'otirl Smith, orgnlxt nnd choir director, includos: Orynii, morning. "Meditation" i.Sturgls): "Iiitiyiwzj!))" (Sxitlot): "Posthide" (Khoppiml) Kve- nlng. "Song \vithout Words" (Hullo- i wiiyi: offertory (l.unilon), "Uenedlo- . HIM" I Von \\Vhcrl. l.v\vlK Mln» i liirriet F. Buss will speak ut tlui Chinese branch uf the Klrst CoiiKregittK-nnl Churoh, located at '!» l» O stnv-t ;it tho regular (service \\hU-li 1« held evory Sunday afternoon at l':30. She will tell thing <if hor recent sojourn in li:o city r,ii": Include her observations of th*> work of Chriatlan edu- Nclson, Merle DiiiiBiui and Henry | ,.,,(|,>n wlil«:h l« carried on by Miss Uniiioim S;dTiir In Gua'UOajura and sored by the Southern Califor- Sbiifl Mrs. Gordon ; president. p Powell, Parkos, lit »rm«. : Is «-»unoll . Humblo. Altornutos nii> Mrs. fllailyu I Karl Howo nnd Homer I D. A. R. Group Is Back From South Throo momlMTN of Choir, miiriiliiK, "HUH With Tlu-o" j riiuptor, DuutflitiTs of the American iSpcnkMj; Hulnlnl, Orvllle ArmHtroiiR. llovoluHon, who attended H South- m HololM. .Miss Molva Osborn. ern Cnllforntu i-oufon'iieo AmlMiSHuitur yoHtonluy. nl.'i lYnifororuv of O .•"lontti-y visitor nt tho Greenhorn Mountain Oinip in 1935. Mrs. A. P. llnmesH. superintend< 'it uf t)v Siimln, 1 school, especHllv rr>i|iio«ts nil iiH-mtxTf of lho Chinese Uraii'-h I'hui-oh to b<! pi-csent for a biislnrriK mooting to be held 1m meOUtlcly fullowlng Hie Sunday . (.i-hool vi'rvlce, for the pun>oae of llotoi nm |(| lu( llf , w jiimis for tho coming rcttirncd Will Attend Gala Amaranth Function hninc today, onth\i(«liiMt|i' over the first of the «i* conferences. Tho group included Mrs. H. K. Dillon, regent; Mm. Homer Rogers and Mrs. W. Palmor. H ,,| IBU |, |0 TO MEET ( •hntrtuen of committeeii for the »tittp fonvontlon of tho Woman's 1 Konlv f 1 " r " 11 «- prizes will be hand made. Nino will be given. Thoso In ohnn?o include Mesdames H. Rubly, b. Mars ton. H. Gokao and. Doris Brock way. Refreshments will be served. FRATERNAL the reunion also. Covers wnro arranged for Mr. and ] Mrs. Guy Lowery, Covlna, Mr. and j Mrs. McMillan and their two children, Laura and Krnest, Mrs. L. Lowery, Puonto, and Parley Bennett, 8an Diego. TCrnost McMllllan was honored on his twelfth birthday anniversary at a party at the family residence. Prizes were won by Carol Alder and Rusxel Knlffcn. Tho honor guent opened many gifts; ho also WOK presented with a birthday cake surmounted by green c&ndleholders and pink candles. The host and hostess wero assisted by MIHH Laura McMilltan. Guests attending Included; Kusxell Knlffen Howard Crouse Ttyal Kdwards Fred Henry Donald Carrier Arilo Carrier Carol Alder Horace Alder (Jeorgo Laughlln * • • From Walnut Creek* Mr. and .Mrn. (it-no Landes and RornuhiH Order (Paniosa) Blanche Cyr Chnrleg Morel ,T. P. .Tohiisoti Kva Ryirian Willis Mayhew Ben Barlow (Arvln) Burl Alexander Misses— Margaret Sitbu Dolores | Eunice Cyr j Krultc.OH Uverlon i # • • i Re-enters U. C. L. A. Henry Murnl DIcU Abbott K. F. Baiiin \Vllllnm Homero Orrlo Hnlllff (Arvln) Gordon MlloM (Tuft) W. U llofiiBlicll Julia Overton «" llcml account of the of lunoheon afternoon at 1 ,. P ruy™\natron uT'unkeV-sn'eld I ™"°. O , ci .°, b r l ; ° " l tho ll01 "" or No. 32. left yestordny. Hho I-onx-st Krlck. l^rnont. of MM. Chapt will return Tueaday. Sho joined othor Amaranth leudurB for tlui trip. Voters' League ! Executive Unit I to Meet Shortly | Ui, Mrs. W. .1 obali'ni.-ui. Schiiltr In the genernl KIMBALL & STONE Th* Purtieular BriifgUti • Phone 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Bakertfltld. Calif. Security Security Ixjdge No, 081, !•'. & A. M., will hold a stated meeting Monday evening at 7:30, Refrenhmcnui will bo nerved. All Master Masons are cordially Invited, according to F, H. Kratka, worshipful master. Marian Murlcnnou. ^730 Chester Lurio, Is ro-enlorliig the University of California at Lo» Angeles as a senior next week. She was initiated Into Delta Kpst- lon chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority ut tho brilliant banquet hold recently at tho chapter housa on HIl- gard avenue. Miss Kin noon Mldgnly of Shafter was another Kern county girl welcomed Into tho chapter at that time. * » » Recent Visitor Miss Dorothy Brlggs, a former Bakersfleld high school student nnd alumna of Pasadena Junior College, was a recent visitor to Bakorsfleld. Sho was entertained at a luncheon given by Mrs. Kred Taylor shortly before leaving for her home In Alia- j dena where eho will continue her musical education. ? # • i Returns From Beach Miss Blllle Cox lius returned from TUB J I,eai executive council of the .OURUC of Women Voters is calling upon local leagues* to send delegates to a fifteenth annual convention October U and 10 in Bantu Monica at Mlrimar hotel. Purposes of the convention in to adopt a program of work for 1936 and 1937, designate n legislative program for the year, consider and take action upon ballot measures numbers 2, 7, 8, 11. 14, 21 and 21, take action upon suggested changes in by-laws and adopt a budget for the new year. Mrs. Paul Kllrl wilt preside. their" son" Chai ; llo".loo', "of" 'w'alnut I I- 0 "* BoHch wh " rR "'•« haw been va GRUNOW Reffifiraton—Radios JOHN R. HUFF PMnt »10 Iil2 Ciulir Cash for Old Gold Do N»t Sell to Wickeraham Co. H ly»" RHEUMATISM! NEURITIS—ARTHRITIS Head the book that in helping thousands: A postcard brlnKS you a KRE13 copy latest edition "Th» lnn«r Myi* ttrlet of Rheumntlim" Healed and po«ipuid. Addr«M> the author today— H. P. Clearwater. Ph. P., 74li-A. St. HaJlownll, llalne.—Adv. SUN KONQ HERB CO. CONSULTATIONS FREE Wondirful herbo for chronic and acuta ailment* of the kldneyit. llv«r, Btomuch trouble, etc. V^Vt- clully effcHitlve for nil kinds of v«ner«4l dl«fa««», H«rb« offer iin- rnestate relief. K St., C»rn»r «f ("reek, have boon spending several here with local relatives, 'Pliny been entertained by Mrs. l^an- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Helbllng und Mr. Landcs' parents, catlonlng for u month. Klio \vnx compank-d homo by her sister, Mru. J. Harold iiorecroft, Jr.. w|io will Fine Trip ''• tlu) dttU *hUT of Mr. and Mr». Hldney wo mouths vacation i J> WUl(W1 ' lo Kranjto Theodore Blati which took them to Mrs. Webb's old uf U . on " 1 V] u - Th * w*^lng was an i home at Prem.uo MM. Maine, Saw « vo , nt "' F '; ld 'J y " the h ? n ' e of , S1Ir v«.i, M.,».U u'otla Yellow*ton« Na- un ' J Ml ' 8 ' M> J> W(U '»»« ot Honolulu, ij citii»i- twitntii of in. '-Th« bride IH a former resident of Nova tional Park an terem, Mm. J^ute M. Wobb and hor children, Dick and Powell «u»a, Mr». Wcdib'H mothtr, Mrs. JSmma Chand- to their huiw" thin ler, returned week- Scott* Home After (pending two monthn at their n«w »umni*r hoii«-, Kalr Oak*, near Pl«mo. Mr. and Mtit. Kdward H, Scott, 905 Klghth street, have re- d havlitg attended the local Hhe was graduated from the XJnlvci-Hlty of California at Low turned place to their home. The UM» scene of wvcral new lant house partlen throiitrh Um *um- and took post graduate work { ut tho University uf Houthnrn Call- I f«rnl<t. Hhe has be«n in Honolulu the pant two yeartt. Mr. Ulntt Is tho son of a well- known Honolulu family and IH employed In the communication division* at the radio laboratory of tho United B tales Navy at Peart Harbor, Mr. nnd Mrs. Blatt will bo at homn to their friend* aflor September 19 ut ,av«>ni|p. Honolulu PIANOS RENTED, SOLD For aS little as .$.1.00 per month you may rent a fine piano, and arrangements am be made KO that if you later decide to buy we will allow you full credit for the amount of rental paid on the purchase of any piano. Many Fine Bargains NEW and Used Don C. Preston Niniteinth and H Streets We Have Several Modern Homes Just Being Completed Well Located—Beautiful Sec this Uireobcdrooni dwelling ut 190G Dracena street, one block east of Oleander avenue. Also a four- bedroom bouse with two baths. J. C. BURKE Contractor and Owner, 1725 Chester Avenue Office Phone 118, Kes- 1607-J Special 50c Dinner ALSO De Lujte 75c Dinner Beat Meats Presh Qardeu Vegetable* Charcoal Broiler BakentkU't Flaetl Cile St. .Francis Cafe 1717 Cbeiter Avesw (AIM 3>* tmM, PHILLIPS SCHOOL OF MUSIC All Instruments Reasonable Rates OFFICE: 1512 Nineteenth Phone 1398

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