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k s .* ^pr«>7;--' THE BAKER8P1EM) CAL1FOIWIAN, f UESDAY, SEHfteMlSfett 15/1988 . ' " ', "'•*'*•' ^Wf^-^rr^^.^^^p^^pyrf ,«7 t , i ? M -_ HTEND ZON1AS BIN Hakrrslirld (Ironp lo (rive Hcporl al Lot-ill ('.luli; Knjny Sorinl Kvmls i oii'luetlllK of II lil'idl-1 Ilieetll'IK. ' iidlui-' liiiberlH 1 Kuli^b "f I irrler mill fioin|il'-HiiK nil i-e|iurtH mid "lln-r bu«bi"K« In II' iiilmiiei' I'liHinli-nii : Xoiiin i'lull (ill'i-ri'd mi Inti-ri-Htlnn ti>iiiiii-i- «-hi n Mrs. Li-Mil l)in IdMim. ' HlNirlri pn-Hlili'iil (il /.until Inti-rmi- • tlniial. '•nh-rliiliii"'! nl 'i li»HN'- pnrtj III iln- [,iin«liiiiii Apm Inn-lit llul<-l In til'- .'"Mil II III,--' VV'-I-U I'M'! I .urnI (iriiiip , Thli ly-i IM'I! nrili-i-i-H mill iiii-iiili'TH liili-inlltii; lin'luilliiM MI-H I'lnuili- II. | J:lndK"t. liM.il mill I'l-'-fl'li'iit, MrM . Alli-i- l-'m In '-" nl Hi-i-n-im v. mul ,MI»» ' l:inili-i- I'l-liili. U i-iiHHi-i-r Tin- Hull l-rriri' III |;nni|' I i-t III'IH-'I Silliilny mul •nill pi '-iii-iil n ii|»iri I" lliilc-i-Kl'lelir 7nnla i 'hili n"Vi «•"< li \ i-f.i-i.fif |iill"\V"d Hi'- iiimli-l ni"<-i till? ;ifl"|- Wlilrll III' ili-li-l,'!!!'-" ll'l jiiiirii' 'I '" '•••' H"n iii'-"ilin.;>i. Ill' KUlln-1 II" - III' I'lllllIK pP-NllllTllH. Hi''' ,d tiii-lf'h. M i-vli-i- i iiiiiiiillli"- mi'inber!' t-nil ollni> A inlilnli;lii HII|I|II-I. i-lnli oriii- .ni'l il'-l'-i inl'l'-. follnui-il l:i-- :ikl'ii"i .'' I" n'l'l'ii li Sninlii \ iiM.inliiK v. IIH ,|.-iiiti.(l til ri'lil|il"llllK «,: ,u nini;' n ' m^ f"i n full rond H-III-I iillll 1,1 ll'l ||, • llMllllllli'd |illHllll-HH liiiln I • I'h I'l /nn I n I'lull IneelH tin- .<....•!,II,I -,t,,| f'.lll III U'eill»-MllllVH <lf 'i \ i i tn«lil li •»-* *• - IIMI' I'llKOI (ill KAS'I' l.iini-1- \ I'/iird. Hi" Mini uf Mr. mul ( "U'llilum .1 \ 1/v.aril I'-fl rui'i-iilly f'H '' -,i ill;, ihriiuKh the riiPI'-rn Hliileii. ' •|.|miiiliir I" vlnl( In New Vnrli I'ltv Cliiinil, l<l N' .1 mul I'lli'-r p"lnl.'i •Hi- '< ill i • lui n In i-iivly (n-li.l'.-i I Club Will Mark Its Anniversary; Frontier Party - . — _— lyKONTIEU DAY costumes will bo worn Thumlay when Lavender Club mftctH Thursday afternoon Hi Memorial hull for a I o'clock luncheon celebrating the organization'^ anniversary. I'arliripnnlH will plan _s(uiith, NlirlrhoH or Nkitu for which prlxes will be awarded. There will be riiHliimr prl'/cs B!HO. Knch member IH to bring a 'Yovrri'd dish" for »hc luncheon, arraiigcnientN for which lire in cliarKo of Mrs. Anna Haggard, MTH. Winifred Ketchcm and MrH. Itoxle WatHOii. McFarland People Reported Very 111 MI l-'Altl,ANt>. l'."l>t Ifi MrH W. A MI«'lMbi'i-|{f>r, M' 1 ' 1 ''" 'land renMi'iit, who with Mr Sii-lnlH'iwr IIIIH IIIIIIHIX) i In- Biiinini-r at 'Jrei'tihiirn Mniinl.ilii I'ntl,. uln-1" In- In fin pin \.-il. In vi-iy 111 »l KITH Uenerul Hospital Her phyiili-laiiM Hint" Hull idle will have In return In MrKiirlaml, UH the fllHtlld" In I"" Kfl-lll fur ll'T 111 Hill mountain ii-mirt .1 A (ill-i'M III Illw" \ "IT HI 111 111" huNpllal. Id- III » I'm HUM- i-enlilenl of ||I|M r|t\ Mini l« Hi" fullier "I 1 Mm. II II |(<HI|III' Me ye i ill yarn IIK'I In 4 pur rhaned I In- Ki-rnvllli' Telephone ex- 1-llllMK" MrH. lloome, HI-'-'IMI|]IHl|l-<l |,v Mr iinil Mm Aniln-w Hlli'ln'ti fiinfr. vlnlii'd linili pHil'-iila Sutiiliiy. Ufoby-KimilHon MI»H \'ornu. Florence. Llbby and Jinnos I Alloy ICnudMon wore united In marriage, .Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at Kim Presbyterian Church. Thi) double, rlnfj reroinony wiui per. formed by tho Ke.v. Krnont JX Colo of Trinity Methodist Church, MI-H. KnudKon IB tho daughter of Mr. anil Mr«. Hollo U. I/lbby of thlw oily. Mho WILH Knuluiited from thu lonul hltrh Hi-hool und br-nuiy colli>K''- Hln- IN HololHi. ut Trinity Mi-.thodlHt church arid n popular member of Uflta Thi'ln Tun Bororlty und othor Kill Hills Wins Swcepslukcs in Sewing; Many New i Awards deceived i Computing with city schools, Kill HIlH, Kern county Hchool, won Hwei'pHlaUi-H with HH m.'wlng ex- blblt ut. the Kind- fair at Kaerami'nto, ' II wan reported today by M|HH Annii ! Miiude Anderson, Kern county rural j Hchool Hiipi-rvlHor of art, who hud charge of the exhibit fit Ihu fulr. M!NM Anderson IH en route home from tlin fair. .Morn HlbbiiiiK Hi'vi-n addllloniil first prizes, nix Hi'condH, four thirds, five fourths and six fifth awards were reported today to Herbert f.. Ilealy, county Hiipi'rlnlcndcnt. of Bi-hoolH by Miss Andei'Mon, making » total of K9 prl/i'H annexed by tho rural HI-|IIIO|H to date. The exact scope of tin; victory of Hie eriiiiiiy rural schools In IIH yi-l undetermined. J'"lrsl prl/.e wlnnerH In the new MHI reci'lvi'd today Includi- I'aloma third grade; fourth uradi- liclrldgc: j lllleH-of-thf-valley. Her KiiK'-ne Moore. VVondy; Hcrthn Allna, | costume waH a black tunic frocl< with Curnmlngf< Valley; Arthur ( 'ooper. < black and while hut find other IICOCH- Hecond prl/.eH wore UH follow*:! '''he bride waH Riven In marriage I'eurl MfiHun, Poplar, lleatrlc'i i by I'er brother Harry l.lbby. Tho Wi-nh, Vaughn, primal \ gradi'H. \ niatron of honor \VIIH MrH. Albert Woody; fourth «rndii I'aloma; hols i I'hllllpH. HlHter of tho bride. Mho Kay Williams, I'aloinu. Jiici|Ui-llne WIIH gowned In a tunic frock of blue nailn and carried KuHHell roses. Tin- brlde'H other attendants were. MlHH Helen Olson, who wore a pencil colored luce dress with Hrlarcllff •lull's, Woody; Ku-j buds; MrH. Jesse Hatluiway oft'omp- I'lilonia; Dorothy • ton who wore blue lace and carried Mr. Kntidnon IH the son of Mrs. Jpiinln KnmlHon of Knrno, North liakoln. Hi! him rcnldttd for HUV- i-nil yi-nrw In Hakomflold and IH employed tit n local market. Thi.j coii|ili> will llvu at. 91(1 Pacific Hlrcet folluwliiK u weddliiK trip north. MI-H. KniklHon WIIH churnilnKly Ifowm-d In a whlto Hiitln drt'HH, prln- CIIHHI? Htylo. HIT vo I) WIIH fitted to a turban of lacn and not and dho ciirrli.-il it boiKiuvt of whlto I-OHOH and Oilier AwarilN Third prl/i'H were Klven to proj- i-etH of: Hainoii Arelnli'K'ii Mount, (iwrii; lirlinary (,'i'in' Kantirrlil, From K\ MI-H. ClmrlAfi aill and her daughter, Miss Florence GUI, of El 8e- Kiindo are visiting in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. 13. P, Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Tibbetts and Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Fulton until October 1, when they will proceed to Contralla, Wash,, to visit Mrs. Olll'ir father be- fo*r<j nailing from Heattlo for Bahrein, I'erula, where Mr. Gill ha« already been sent by the Standard Oil Company. Mrs. GUI Is a cousin of Mesdames aibson, Tibbetts and Fulton. • • * To School In Davenport Miss Tola .Hprowl, tho daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. J.- It. Hprowl, 1708 Twenty-fourth utreot, alumna of the. local grammar and high schools and active worker among young people of First Methodist church, loft August 20 for Uavonport, Iowa, to enter Palmer Hcltool of Chiropractic. Miss Sprowl wus head of tho young pooplo's department at First Methodist church for four years. Minn Osborn (o Vlislt Miss Prlscllla Osborn, the daughter of Mr. find Mrs, Walter Osborn, 2328 Eighteenth street, will spend a month with hor parents, arriving lute this week. Miss Osborn, who has been harpist for several years at St. Ciithorino's Hotel, Catallna, will bo met. In tho south by her mother, and both probably will stop for a brief time at tho Osborn summer homo on Frazler Mountain. FIGURE LOVELINESS BEGINS ANEW AT 40! <>ldf|o|d, Vaughn, fourlliH went to Hontilo lluriiett, llrapevlno; Law- renei' FriilU, I'aloinii; Mil ward Do- mlniineH, Friill vale; .loiiophlne lilin- Inliinl, I'linama; eighth grade girls. Vim-land; and Hl'tlin lo Virgil Sap plno, HelrldKe; Dorothy (Oilfield, VaiiKhn; Dorrlii Mae I'lirleh, HOMO d.-ili'. .lohtinl" U'lllll'ord, \'lni-land, Iliiibara Murlln, Kill Illllii; find Kulh wiiiiams. i:ik HIIIH. Talisman roHes; Mrs. \Vllllnm Tanner who selected pale green until] IP T A 11 o J.U n\o BIEN JOLIE l''iirl\' Idscs its rri^i'ds lor sniiitM \\iiinfii . . . llic\ clunisc llicn .liilir In I'cci'i-nlr lln- limin iiiiii(.',r nl Ihcir riirly ilO.s. I't'iml mul liiirk liuuin^ \\ui'k \\iinilri's \villi sliihliorn lml).;rs, mill (In- tills) iissuillrs viillllll'lll llntHlrss Hiidcr tin- Incr ilplill. Hint Jolic $;i.. r i() to .SH).(K) 5 lillAI'KVINK, K.-pl. Id. drape- v Ine'M fli-Hl regular I'. T. A. meet- Im; will In 1 hi-ld Thiii-Hday evening nl iVilii "Vim-It, at the (iritpe\ Im 1 lichonlliniise. A polliirll Hllpper will lir iii-rvi-il. und eai'li mi-mtirr IH ariki'il |o bring " royon-d dish. Tim nn-i'1 Ing will li" hrld lniiii'-dlnt>'ly after lli'- Hiipp'-r. Tin- ini'inlioi-Mblp < iiinmllloo IH lint- Mlif; oil n rli Inpli IK n I"'' li'-u nii'lil- IH-IM. Thi-y oHporlalU Invlio nil the famllli'H M)IO luive r nil-, movi-d Inlo lli" i-ommiinlty to niti-nd and The I'. T. A. IN giving a daneii al the t-Uumliird IIT.H \\'ln-l"i- Hldg' 1 bill. Saliirilav, Sep. I' inber I'll Tin- ' im IH'vine Si'hool op'Mii'd M"ii day. September I-I. with n full nt ti-ndii lire. Party Compliment for Oildale Miss nil,DAI.I-:, Sept. Ui. MI-M. Clifford Hall, Itfil Washington Htreel. enter tallied Sal iirdn.x nrti'rnoon al a birthday pnrl> for her daughter Shlrlej, who WIIH Id yearn of line. Harliara Troudon and Iti-lly Andrews won pily.ru In cnnii'ii wlili-h filled tho nfl- ••niooii, with the eiittlnH of the birthday rain- i-llnmxtng the day. MrH. Hall wan aiiiilHled by Mm. K. I. Mei 'aln. (liH'HlH lit Hie party were Hetty Mi Kim. Hetty Aiidrnws. Mildred Heed. Wanda Tliornb"|-g. Pauline Tliornbi-rK. Nadllie Colter, Dorothy IniKUhlK, Until Smith, Htellii Lynch, Laura .leiin Arnold. Wanda Lee, Harlinrii Tro|, - doli, Hiirbura llii|;b"H, 'Shirley Hall. Dorolby Hall and Cllf. lord Hull. ,lr. Homecoming Fete of Club Thursday with TfillHin/in budH and Mlns Kdylho Hiindcttlnl. who was attired In a blue laco mule dress and curried ItiiHHrll I-OHOH. The attendants wore nmo budH In tbolr colffureB. Little Minn Harbiira June I'hllllpH WIIH the flower Klrl. She wore a biniffnnto pink organdy frock. Tho bridegroom was attended by hln brother, Cloorge Knudmin, best infill. Til" unborn worn .Joseph I'er- mi-lit, r. Klwood Kryo, y\lbert I'hll- llpH. .Ii'Hiie Hathaway of Compton. MI-H. I'eiirl M. Smith player! the wedding marches and accompanied Mrs KrnoHl II. Cole, nololnl, who HIHIK "ItocauHo" and "1 Lovo You Trnlv." The church was doeoratert with luiHlirtH of Klinlloll. asters and lark- Mpur on tbo altar and fnrn and pompon astern on (be pew endn. Tho cfi-c-mony ! WIIH followed by n reception In Westminster hull of tin) church. Mrs l.lbby, mother "f HIM bride, who wot" n printed chiffon frock and Kiinli'iila cnrsnuo. prcBlded; she WIIH IIHHlHtl'll 111 MKfVlllK ''V MrH. (')lOH- tprinan. MrH. Orn Hollo ttukor and the MlH.m'M Mlldri'd and l'"rancoH ! cation In addition in locnl friends, out-of- town gtii-Hts bidden Included: MCH.MI-H. and Mi'HilainnH- .luck llnscli Mil ward Canfleld (Delano) (Taft) .li-'w" Hathaway Paul Krost (Taft I It. L. Sholuin Illl UNO UllCHtH Of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Chrlstenson wero host, and hotitoss over the last week end to several guosts at their summer homo "Marberchet" at Frazler Mountain Park. In tho group wero Mr. and Mrs-. Fred Oun- ther, Mr. and Mrs. Ham Ijongmlro, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Toss, Mr. and Mrs. A. Masse}', W. S. Run fro, Jr. Hiking, cards and other favorite mountain diversions wero enjoyed. FAREAST . S. C. Miss Jano Brown, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Hrown, has left for I /os Angeles to enter tho Unl- verwlty of Southern California as a froshmnn. Her brother, Victor. Is re-entering Pacific Military Academy lit Culver City this week. • it • Malisons Home Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mnttson. 1402 Twenty-sixth street have, returned from a month's vacation In Santa i Monica. They were guests of Mr. i and Mrs. II. H. Miittmni of San ! Marino formerly of Ha.kornfli'ld. Visited Cliina, Japan, Korea and Manchuria; Reports Modernization Noted That Japan IB tho most scenlftally beautiful country that sho vl«ltod In tho orient while China Is faHclnatlng with architectural distinction was the observation mode, yesterday by Minn Oertrudo Clanzenhubor, Kern county rural nchool .supervisor of muMc who has just returned from threo months of travel In the far cast, Mien danzenhuber sailed from Seattle early In" Juno on tho steamboat I'reHldent Jackson and returned on tho President Hoover stopping at tho Hawaiian IslandH en routo home. Sacred Mountain Tho traveler wa« accompanied on her Journey by Misses Kclmlra Do- mental and Hattlo Kllpatrlck of Heno, Nov., who returned home In August, and MI«H Kuth Nelman, who Is now on her way back to Bakersfield after stopping at Manila. The group first visited Japan, stopping In Toklo, Nlkko, Nara, Kyoto and at Oatemba, from which point they expected to climb Fuglyama, but were prevented by storms from doing so. The party traveled through Korea and Manchuria to Pelplng, where they visited tho old tornple and suni- m v or place of the ancient Chinese dynasty. They went to Tal-Hhan and climbed the sacred mountain. It took six hours to achieve tho summit by sedan chair and hiking. Ulver Trip At their next stop, Nanking, Miss Uanzanhubcr found that the modernization of this city Is being made rapidly, tho architecture using modern lines but keeping the characteristic Chinese roof. In. company with Miss Noluiiin. Miss Giinzennuber made a -lon-inlln trip up tho YatiKzlo river an far IIH Hankow find returned by way of Nanking and reached .Shanghai, which Is a city In which tho oldest features of Chinese llfo are set along side the most modern Innovations. Kobe and Yokohama were visited on the way back and the final stop was made at Honolulu. Health League's Secretary to Be Heard at Meet BE AIM _R its first fall mccuhg' the . women's auxiliary,to%e Kern JNulivc Sons to Dedicate Big Class to Early California Spanish Explorer County Medical Association will convene Thursday night, at 8 o'clock at Hotel Padre for .'a-'social und business session, to be featured by the presence of Ben Reed, secretary of the California Public Health League. Mrs. Louis A. Packard will preside. . Mrs. N. N. Drown, third district councilor, returned recently'from a state board meeting at Del Mar Club, Santa Monica, and will give a brief report of that session.. <*•• P. T. A. Council to Convene on Friday To discharge accumulated business a< brief session will be held by Bakorsflold Council of Parents and Teachers Friday, September IS at Jastro Park at 9:45 o'clock preceding tho 10 o'clock district session. Election of a first vice-president Is ono of. tho matters .to come 'up. Mrs. 8. A. McCormac will preside and Is asking a full attendance of executive committee members, presidents and appointive chairmen. • ' +-++. —, Points to Be Given Prompt Card Guests Two hundred points will be given as a bonus at thu bridge and five hundred tables for those arriving at Legion hall to begin play at 8 o'clock, It was announced today by the commlttuo In charge of arrangements for a card party Wednesday night. Reservations may bo made with Mrs. Karl Howe, ticket chairman. The party IH open to the public, a cordial Invitation being extended to all Interested persons. Proceeds will go to tho auxiliary's general fund. The party Is tho flrsti social event sponsored by this organization this full. Honoring tho"' memory of. Cabrillo, founder of California, Bokerefleld Parlor, No. 42, Native Sons of the Golden West, will dedicate a clods of 20 candidates Saturday, September 26. Ralph Hinderlller, president, has named . committees and matters aro • shaping, for a gala evening. Visitors will bo present from San Francisco, Los Angeles. Modesto, and Fresno.'. Special entertainment and refreshments will be arranged. ,'.'. There will be -no meeting Friday evening, September 26, which would be the i'Cgular date, it being suggested by the committee that Saturday evening is tho better night of the week. Winter Comes to Southern Idaho (Asuoeiated I'rcn Leaned Wire) SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 16.— Winter nipped northern Utah and southern Idaho gardens today fully u month ahead of schedule. At Ogden, Utah, the mercury sank to 30 degrees—two below freezing—exactly a month earlier than a year ago. Tho maximum temperature there yesterday was 65. At Idaho Falls, In southeastern • Idaho, the temperature fell from a nuxlinum yesterday of CO to a low of 26. Heavy frost covered the ground, ind hilltops were whitened by a light snowfall. At the Salt Lake City airport thermometers sank to 85 above, a temperature the Weather Bureau * termed "rare" this early. Cucumbers; tomatoes and other tender garden plants wero frost-damaged in some sections. On Vacation The MlHHi'H Alice und l r lurenue .lilt- NOII have left for a two weeks' va- whlch will lake them Into northern California and Han DleRo. j \V. H. A. .Meeting Frances Ahnian, their sister list returned from a fortnight's In Long Heach. (i 'omplon) i>orge Tow i-l ' IT'iif!) (I Itiiyiiionil Mitchell (L j. \Vhltelvad (Lim lOlirl \\'lillelii'iiil (Lon Angi'les* Mrn. Margaret l''nlrchllil (Long Iteach) M I.NMON Arllne Hunch (Delano) JaciiuHIno Hu.sch (Delano) ITS .\ nne Tow iTufll Marian Towrrn (Taft) I lurry I ,lbby (l'"iilrmonl i Mugonn Kii William Overand (Taft) Irchlld (LoiiK Heaeh) BROCK'S Corsots Second Floor Enroll Now and Save $25! illriiiB HUH AH \\ III! \,iu III (iet Ili-lllli limn DKLANd. Sept. 111.- Tbe Delano U oiiian'H Club will riili-rtaln at a hoineeiiinlnK >'iiril parly at S o'clock TliiirMliiy nlwlit al the clubluniHO. H »tll be n weli-oiiie Inline for all new find old ini'inlierx. and contract aiul mi.-lion bil'liii- will bo played I'rl'/.t'it will In* i;l-.'ii and n-l'ri'HhiiienlH ••rivi'il Metiihern of Hie comnill [ ti» \\lll have tlcketH for Hume wlnh-i Inn lo all'-nd. ; Mi-inlM-n. of the executive board Hill IK' hoMii'iiNo.x ami w||| Include Mi'H'liiiin-M ChiirloH MorrlM, (loor^o Ann'H, l-'ranli ItoopeH, Waller MIIK"- ilnn. W. I! Woolloinen, Arthur i I-'IM 1.- Chiuli-N )•; Caplto, David Milllli-t, lii'orK" i tuner and Clarence Itoiil'i- Ti-ioui Patriotic Order DaiiKhii'i-H of I'nlon Civil Wixr \oioriinn i-nti-i talni'd at a largely lit- i.-inleil |i,'ilncl\ dinner I'Vlilay eve- nliiK al <l :IH o'clocU In Mi'iiiiirlal bull. \ hUNlnoHH ini-rllllK lolloweil, with MIH Miu-t li. Smith preHldlnK. Tin HIM oi a HvrlcK ut cunt parlloH ^v 111 1" held uitohi'i- :i In the evening <-n Mi-niitrlal hall \\llh Mm. Ni'lll" us chairman. Holurn Mr. and Mrs. Ira 15. Porter have returned from Mania Harbiira wboro they accompanied their dtuiKbter, M|HH 1'^leanor. who re-entered Santa Harluira Slate ToiicherH 1 College UH a. Junior Monday. Mr. and Mrs. 1'or- ler and their nephew (leorge I'orter, recently of St. JoHoph, Mo., will leave early tills evening for Hollywood to talte In the performance of "Kveryman" at Hollywood Howl. MI-H. I'orlor, executive secretary of the California. School -TruHtees AH- Hocliillon, ri'lurned a. few days HRO from Vent urn where she presented an annual report September 7 and pronlitod over iCKroiip luncheon September S. Warren Stockton, al«o of tblM city, presided over Monday aflernoon'H HeHslon. Trip by I'lano Miss Mary Kuntos, 18K1 Truxlun iiveniie, haw left for a vacation of two weeks In Sun Francisco. The trip was made by air. She will visit In llanford en routo home. Miss l''ontes Is a nurse at Mercy Hospital, • • • Visit In Yrclia Anticipating a two weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Uarrcl Carlyon and their Hun nouglcsH of IL'lll Thirty- fourth street, left .Sunday for Yreka. They will bo guosts of Mrs. Curlyon's parontH, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keller. • • • Hera From South Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harries of Long Ueac.h aro hero visit Ing Mrs. Hrown's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank I). Hrown, 1401 Locust Ila- vino. Native Daughters Party Plans Ready .Native liaug-htei-R of the Oolde.n "West will entertain at a bridge party Friday evening at R:lf> o'clock following a 7 o'clock business session, both to bo at Kagles hall. The party will be. the last, of a series devoted to brldgo .and flvo hundred, und (£rund prizes will be n.warded. Mrs. H. C. Hrown is the chairman. Miss Ualpha KandofB is president of the parlor. PLEASANT-VACATION "; After 18 days in many scenic places Mrs. J. R. McCall and her nl K. of' P." hall, "with "M~rH.~"stmVlpy ! "i"ther, Mrs. H, S. Steigelman have • ^ -jj -....,,..„ ., ... _ _ .^ ]j(j i returned from a motor trip." They jI,. H ' I visited Yosemlte, Modesto, Sacramento. Reno, San Frandlsccr 'and , Oakland and stayed for arshorf time nt Kmorald Bay, Lake Tahoe.;' They arrived homo Saturday. FRATERNAL Past (Suarilliin Neiehltors j Members of the Pant (juardlan ! I Neighbors Club of Neighbors of i AVooilcraft will moot Wednesday! afternoon ut 2 o'clock ut Heale Park. J I Refreshments will be served by Mrs.' ]l). J. Llghtner and Mrs. Minnie I i (tohlt;. Members of Kern Kevlew No. OG,' VV H. A., will meet Weilnemlay night Dodds presiding. Hostesses will hi: Mrs. \Vll1lam Montlotb and VVlllliim tiolding. Guests Win Prizes at Local Card Fete! Thirty guests attended a party of j Lackuwanmv (Council, Degree of Pocahontas at the home of Mrs. ' Marln Klnn, 2801 Potts avcnup Mon- | day evening. Another Is Set for Monday evening al tho same placo with the same hostesses. Mrs. Mario Finn and Mrs. Nettie Smith. Prixes were won by Mesdames C. Miller. Lena Wilson, Nettle Smith and Messrs. C. Miller, Albert Moon and .1. McHargue. Tho special award went lo Mrs. Miller and the consolation to Mrs. Hlulock. 1'ILOT SETS MAIL KBCOKU S1NOAPOHK, Sept. 15. (U. P.) — A Croydon pilot, Captain P. C. Glnn, has sot up a new record for planes, by flying 1B93 rnlles mall from Akyab, Burma, to Singapore, stopping at Rangoon, Bangkok and Penang, In 19 hours. • •» » » '—1--INKI) FOH IWISIt LEAP NAPOLKON. Ohio, Sept. 15. (U. P.) Mr. and Mrs. Harold E.ngler Jumped Into tho Haumce river, fully clothed, and police dragged them out. Kngler was fined $10 and sentenced to 30 days while, his wife was sent home to her mother. Fair Attendance Hits New Record. '(United I'retii Leaned Wire) SACRAMENTO. Sept. 15.— Attendance at tho Eighty-second Annual California Stato Fair which ended last night showed an Increase of more than 150,000 over the previous high record, official figures disclosed today. In the 10 days of tho fair 622,408 persons passed through the turnstiles compared with 459,889, the previous high, established in 1934; Cold weather was blamed for keeping down tho attendance on closing day, reported as 34,436. DELTA" THETA CHI Members of Sigma chapter, Delta Theta C)hl, newly organized educational sorority, will convene tonlgh't at 8 o'clock at Hotel 131 Tejon with Miss Katherlno Bass, president, conducting the session. Miss Marlon Pcalrs, director, will conduct the educational Interests for the, group. "STOMACH PAINS SO BAD I COULD HARDLY WORK" Says C. S. Gross: "After taking ., Dr. Emjl's Adla Tablets the pains are gone and I eat anything." Try Adla treatment on our money back* guarantee. Hughes Drug Storo.— adv. DANCE For Poise, Health, HuppincsH Classes Begin This Week Special rale lo pupil* who Inkc both cla«« and private ^ Alining lilt' iiuinx cnri'iTs llml nn- n|>i n imlny In ambitious women, !'•'« urc iiiot'c iiiliTcsliii^, inure pnil'it- ulilc, or offer 11 ^rruUM- iuluiT Hum ihnl nf III''..MTV (U'L'l'UlU'-. Till' tlciniiiu! I'm- skilled npci'iilors c\- ffcds Hie supply. Our ^nuliuilrs s | ( -p i n |n iicrnnHii'iit. prtjfiliiblc johs. Invrsli^nic im\\. All llranrhi'it »l < imini'lnliigu Tmnilii by Skilled, l.irrnmd //iH/rurfor« Our UcKt Kccommcndutlon; Si«ii> llotird Final Kxiimiiiiitions AUSTON BEAUTY SCHOOL 1J13 kiKhti'uiitli Sln-ul Mr. and MI-N. \V. T. Vimtiiu, Uwuors Tap I.CMOIU Snlurdnyii lor l)ut-ol-Towii Stuilcntu WILLIAM SHEFFIELD Tap liutruclur MISS MARTIN'S School of the Dance Second floor Taylor Uulldlni Clio lien 987-J Kci. J862-W Thi Boh»»l With »n £H»fclllhfH Htputntltn Whlto Shoos Dyod Black . 50c Southern Hotel Shot Shin* Parlor SUEDES PLUS t I PATENT CALF LIZARD • Double your leathers and double your chic. Our luxuriously soft suede (just so much velvet) coupled with shiny.smooth or rough materials in the smartest shoe silhouettes for Fall. Celebrating the revival of black as first for town wear. HARMONY rtlaok with Calf. $9,RO, ALAMO Black Gaberdine with patent, $8.50. AVENUE Urown. Suedo 1 with Brown Calf $9.50. NORITH IJlnck Patent, $8.50. THE NEWS IN SHOES WMB£«©WI$ 1905 Chetter Avenue

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