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10 TUB BAKBRSIIELI) CALIPORNrAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1688 Hoard to Convene Wednesday nl Call of Mrs. Hrnndt; to Finn Arlivitie.H Mcflnrr I" trnnniirt bnglnt>«* niiilalctl iliirlriK tlv mrrnmi-r rnmilliH nnil In plan lor the opcnl'iK <>f tho i-liih venr nn Oelolior I?., tnotnliprs of tin- exptutlvo lifiinl will nn-cl on \\>iinemlny mm-nlni? nl 10 o'rlm'k nt. lli<> rlnhhoiiNr-. Mr». II. .1 Ili-nti'li. preulilent. hn« rftll'-'l thf HCNBlon I" KPt tlm machinery of th<- e,luli work in notion Many "f tin- commit ti-n rhfllrmr-n hnvc been Inmy rturlriK tlm KiiinlinT iniikliiK plntm nnil roiiipli'i- liiK ili-iiillH of lln' yi'in'M work out- ontllncN. A rnnimlll'-f lifiirloil by Mrs llni). drill HylvrHK-r und Mm. .1, 1lrur«« I'ayni 1 IH buny In prnvldlnK contnmoH for" tlm l-Yoni!?!- Mny <:r-|elmiU«>n. The club will hnvi< nn nrllve pnrl In tlin front U-r l>ny <-Hi'l» rillun Junior College | Opening Dance | Is Big Success) O PENING the portulM of noel«l Ilfp In Unkprwflpld Junior Collego for the full of 1!!3(i, locitl Jny- nor HtutlcntH held Ihclr first dance Kitlurdny night. Tho welcome rtnnce W«N held In the Wnmnn'a Club house and HUH at.le.ndcd by 12!i rmiploH. HiiHler Kvniw furnished the rmmlr. The (fu.v clecoriUlnnH, wlileh hriRhlened tin- ballroom, were ar- rnnRpd by Mls« fieri rude Waclinb nml Allan SprnKtie. .lohn Spra«up was In chnrRc of refreHluncnlK. Ed Mobr, flrnl vlce-prenldi-nl of I he UnkerHfleld Junior Collc-Kc AMHorialpd SludnnlN, directed the mircf-nnfltl welronie dnnre. He nn- nounroH the next HtwrYnl body dnncc will be held October 23. SAIL ON PARTY AI Junior Dopnrlmcnl "Gruels" of Sunday Scliool Arc Honored til Fete Tho annual "mill on" parly given Series of Recitals to Begin on Oct. 30 I'li-Kl of u Herlen cif Invitational ini'Uuls will I" K I ven October ;in ;it tin- new Klndlii hnirio «! Hexton Heed, liitiil plnnu IriHlriictnr, who Is Hhnrlni; bin studio with IIeur\ Nchwnh. vlollnlirl They (in- now liiHiriictlnK nl IM'i l''iiiirti-i'iilh Nireot Inn will move In iiHliil A streiit, li'i'nllon of Ihe ni-w ntuillo r"Hlderic«> ,,ii (ii-lotier 15. The recllnl mom will m.-pit ,'ihout HO K'leHtH nnil IH e<p.ilpp>-d with i-vepy modern convenience. Thn monthly 'recitals will bi> \<\ well- Known oul-of town nrllflls. dancers and lectures. It IH n-porti-il. Tlieno i-ec|lal« will lie presented III co-oper- allon with Mm. Arthur Tiipinnn. Who l« Mr Heed's imHlHtanl teni her, II IN announced. The rei-HiilH will bo mm of rhrirKo "f Uio«n IntereHteil are liivlli-il lo lenve ihfdr nunioH with Mr. lined r>r nl lh<- Valley Mil H!O Nlore. Th»- first recllnl will h" Riven by Mr. Heed nnil Mr. Seliwnb. Slnlc Schools In (id Onl More Funds I 1 'nun I'. S. TrriiHiirv er § SHOWN * * * * * * * , * * *..*.* C7u& Leaders Model at Local Revue * * JPLAY C0STUIES I pU.ONT.MSH Blifrmcl by ' UAY tho crtHlurnon do- most iiuallflod rntr llcllll-ll I'll'l i 'hnrch will A!rn. I-M W ntrei-1, lonlijl will I'oiidlirt ill.- rirnt HUH Illll'll I'PI- till ,K TO MKKT •I'll- (pf l-'li-Ml llnptlflt iTH'ft at Hi" home "f I'laUBhor. K2fp I'riciric lit MlHR Nell I'liK" the nu'elliiR, wbli-h Is fall I'lunri will In- mil I-OK (IIAIHI V Idaho. Mepl '.'I. < AN lirUI.KY. Idaho. Hepl '.'I. (I 1 A ilinnlllK UlU ben operuleil liv the Idittei diiv HiilnlH iMormori) C'liuirh ii'lli-f labor leeenlly tin-lied out I I'm I'lillH of ( lii'irlfli. beailH. berln, perin mid SwlHH ehiird In be iitored for I||M Irtbullon l'i nee.ly 1'iiinlllen IblM win- it I- .S,\i'l!AMI':.V'l'l). He|p| '.'I. Kff.-c- live III ItrrtT. ('nllfipinlii public : schools will rei-elvii alriioHt I no p'-r rent mor« federal Cumin for voca- Ilipiiril eiliicatliin. nceordlnit to Vler- i llliK Kersey. Rial" «upcrliiteridcnl of public Instruction 1 "The Mini" nl I'nllfiirnlri now receives from Ihe feili-rnl HOVCI nmeiit 'for Hinll Ii Ihir.bcH I'lasHi-'i lo IraileM Mind IniliiHirli'ii. MKrtciillurc and ! homemiililtiK. Mir,,0on armiuillv." I lOrsey snld Thin NIIIO IH matched by the sfnln and lucnl dlslrlclii. I "Kf fee live In I1H7. tin- amount ol | money received from the fedenil .i flovcrnmenl will be n|i|irnxlinnt<-1y • IfiiH.OOH fur the firm five yeai-N l ln> Hint" I* risked only to mnlrh Ml PIT cent nT lbl« amount. Afti-r that illn- iiinminl of matched funilH IM • briHi'd mi n tfradnilled ri(fiiri- until i tbe full amount IH roali'lied. 1 "["Vnturi-H In the new viir-allonril plfin will Involve llu- Ini-liiHlon of fedi-ral fundM fipr biiHliu-HH ediienl Inn. ' \iii-iillonal i-diK-allnii In tin- dlHlrtliii- llve tradi'M. dxleniilon of the nppren Mice pmrtram III trnde nnd loduHlrlal '; I'llurntloii nod n RiMiM-ril i-xl "iixliin of ,, , i M,';i'lcult nre and hornemrililriK vocn- (.Mm rah Hchool wan held Hollywood'* motion plolui'OB— woro in JuMio I'urli Saturday afternoon parntlort In a brink IC-mlnuto rovim from 2 to B o'clock, Mrn. A. H. at Fox thnatrr Sunday night. The Donat, Muporlntunrtcnt of Iho do- piU'iirlo WII.H thft ojimilni? Ktin In <><>*• Pttrlrnent, mid Mro. Uourgo Dntall, tumo notlvltloH, whloh will i-ontlniio In clmrtfo of tho arrange- with adinlttliiK of this flrnf. 60 con- mntiln. turned pfrnonrs fru<( to Vox Ihoutor A lat'K'i lahlo with u contorplnco tonight, tho opnratlon of n rontiimo In blno H rid while depleted tho wavoH irtoro at HOOO (Jluwtoi' avisnuo 1>y of ih-- iiccini, with n liii'K" Kftllbotit WeBlorn t'oHtumlnr? Company, arid a In blue, while «all and a hluu flag wtreot parade and awarding of pi-l/.oa with "N.H, Joy" flylnif on lop of Hut unlay night, netoher a. On Hop- tin' iniiHl. I'Jarh Kradualo wa« pro- tomtn'r ZH "roMtiitim wi<ok" will bo nt.i'd with n bluo "H. H, Joy" life- launehofl — and won to all who frill to oavi-r on whleh wa» InKOrlbcd a vei'MO remember, warn tllosrt In chnrgp. from ilu> ,Hlhli>, to Riilrtn the travel- v. Omar Whltohftnd, wltly actor on tin; llfo'H Journey. Uefreah- and codtunio authority from Holly- mrnlH of li!o fin-am, eooklM arid wood, Wan Introduced by Milton fomplr'tod the party. Heller, «on of Frank Heller, 1 r ox The Kra'liint«M Included Maurice, theater tnantigor. ModelM wero fin llueklny. Knrinoth Thranber, Uown- follow: M<'Ree, Mnrllyn Illfkmnn, William Hnare, roprosontliiB Korn AdariiM, Hetty txiti Hlalr, Mil- county Identification bureau, a Mexl- dr-eii i'. lioiuil. citn flrHl uottler with Tin' well wltdiom wiirc Marlon brown leulhor null, uombroro, AihiniH. Mriry Kathleen HiirneHii, nlu | double holnl«r. Mary flomlifm, 1'atrlola Wllhnlm, Waller Welclu-lt, 131U» club, wear- MarKarel I'lnnell. Joiinrie Ash, Jean ing a Hiilt worn by Warrior llaxlor Porter. I.orna Otto. MarJorln Wood, h n ji,,bln Jlood of Kldorado, a black Ilinh Allco HlehanlH, Hetty Toner, , | C nlber outfit with Hllver bonazy.lnK. Kleanor l,a-/.v.»ri'(to. Dorothy Hem- j ,\HHH Allee Nord, reprosentlnK a pel, Robert London, llaymntul pioneer womnn, wearing nilthontln A(|trlre, Alvln I'erklnH. Allan Huck- fOHtiirne; M|HH Nord ilrnw out an ley, Donald I'tmmberlnln, Merrill n |d-fa«Iilonf«l plpn when on mid- Peiivy, Harold CaHH, Rlciliard Hnn- I nt n .go. derhon, Holmi'H Moore nnd Harry I I lolnien. iliiil eiliiciil Ion 'Cerichers of the department In- dude. Mrs. .1. A. Rancr, Mrs. Dor- otby llelnrlrh. (.'. <'. Keen and Jon Hood. El Te'joiTParior Schedules Meet (, "- Marly meetings schediilnd by I'll Tcjon Parlor, Kntlvu Dairffhlers of lb" floldcn West were announced j today by Ml«s Uwlpli Handi'i-s, |II-PR|- denl. Tbn nvenlH will bo HH follows: HlHtory nnil landmark* committee Tin-inlay nlKhl, 7:80 o'clock at the borne of Mrs. (Inn Moffett, 'J L Hired IH-lolu'l' xorllll I'limmltlee 111 till) lionie nf M|MH Undid ('lonilencri on i Piiininrie Kornl. 7::in o'rlock on 111" evenliiK nf Wodni'Hilay, Hepli'in Muny (iroupN Koprescntwl J. Hi-uce Payno, reprosentlng Kern County Hoy Scouts, wearing a scout outfit worn by Randolph Hc.oit In "Thn Nnsl of ihn Mohicans." Fred ' Patterson 20-30 Club, costumed In cowboy outfit and walking with the eon-eel bow-lngged stride. Mrs. Waller Jaync-s, sor.relury of Hakorfifle.ld Woman's Club, a cow- tflrl with swagsfer and coWHriM'altlr6, Alvln Heltxman, Judge _of kangaroo court, attired in the suit.'Worn by Fred McMurray In "Te*aii Rangers." Mrs. J. Bruco Pay no, BakftrsfleW Rebokah Lodgo, wearing a peach and red costume used In "Tho Plainsman" a picture which has not boon released. Mrs, Porter Turner, Horoptlmlsts, attired In a red plaid checked costume and straw bonnet . used In "Texas Hungers," Toby Westbay, Kast Bakorsfleld Progressive club, a dandy, wearing ii. gray boll shaped hat, trlnco Al- bt-rt coat, vest of loud pattern, gray trousers, ruffled bosom shirt and slot tie. Miss Dorothy Davis, Business and Professional Women's Club, wearing a gown of yellow silk seen In "The (ioorgeous Hussy." Mrs. William Snare, of the Parent Teacher Association and other groups, wearing a gown used by I tinny Hrirnos In "Thn Last of tho Mohicans," a creation of cherry red and crcarn, with stiff tulle collar und cuffs and floral head band. Gamblers, Dandles George F. Hughos of tho American Legion, a gambler, with Prince Albert coat, loud vest and black hat. Mrs. Jack Nicholson, of tho Woman's Club ushers, wearing a greon frock usod In "Texas Rangers." • Mrs. Randall Sylvester, chairman of tho costumes committee for Fron tier Days, wearing a costume do signed for Orace Moore In "Tho King .Steps Out." a frock with hoop skirt of blue and white fabric, scalloped at ihn horn, and a largo horsehair hat of while trimmed with red. Mrs. Hylvostt-r Introduced Mr. anc Mrs. Frank Hall, winners of last season's costume award. De Molav Dance Is Rated Big Success il Hi I'e MAYTAG iMllin eullplcH iratlier Molliy ilnnce recellllv III MaMnllle' temple 10 officially open Hie dancing ' season for Ihe fall Kverclt .loneo n nil lilH bund mitilM IhcuiMelvefi with music for the oi-ciislim and tlm ll'.V couples nhou'eil their a|>|irei'lal Ion The affair wns mul'-r rbe Hiiper vlnlori of l.eomiiil TuroHlil. who had H \voiltlnr «ltli him cmi m ol I 'M ill Mm I hi aii'l l''l nil rlii'tN. l''ninrl.<i .lailuion, Philip llnrlley and Hem- K.IHH. re n. nnd Ted Hiilmn nml' Hl.'ven.i, ailv i i IMnK , A fln.il report will be ulven |iy | Mr Tnrosltl Tlnii'Milnv e\enlnn "I ' the reitulnr meelhiK "f ' b" cluipler. j Th,- ni-\l linporlrinl aflnlr on the j i -ali -inli i I -i Hi-beiluleil toi < ri-lnber H. ' \\IM-M I!., Id i M| I hi chn|iler will plnv b,i'<l l<i nil lh« rhil pi ITU In Mouthi'I'll .1 ' i|o| 111 II V n lie \ I'llhplelH r\pe(teil lo nltemt t hr meellnu rmd Juln In Hie l''mntlei- l'n\'!< funil aftei \\nnl nre Tafl. I'or lervllle. i iinllnmi. Tiilan- V'ls.-illa. l-'l-enim. Sellllil all'l I Ilillfnl il niemlierii of the Inciil < hapler itie pliinnhif: lo ucroni|tji n v I ,< i f .Ii . Mlnlr junior coiini'llor. In II Hlate offlreiM' llll-i'tlllK III llillM'l- Sonoma i-onnlv thlM \\eek eml lire I'lmrli-H Moore, imiwlcj- i mini HIM IIIH! Leomuil '1'uioHKI, Hen- lor iteriron The bo\ M \^ill leave Kuturd'xy ami poHHlbly attenil Ihe Miinl.i i 'luni Stanl'oril foolhall name a I I 'u lo A II o. en route In-Ill ti-am, Tbiiiiidiiv al 7 :10 i.,ln,-l, nl OIK liuiiiii nf MI-H. Thi-lma Kiullli, 'llf.A Monli-rcy Mlri-et. A I'lilnniiiK 1 ' niih- will lie held Oi-to- ln-r ::i run) 2•! Sorority Members Buck From Glendale legends I la u a lla n Mini analy/eil h\' Mra. I hi hie of Amiemhlymnn \\enl In the |H|IIIU|H on lier boiu*y- iimtiii, w ben llelii SlKina I'hl Kororlty he|,| .1 I'.iuni'll hlelllU'llHt III Olllunollt I'oiintiv I'luh. (ileinliile, Sunday ini'i nlii)'. nl l'> o 'cluck. The gather hit: "»H Ihe I'lfKl funcllon of UH kind ihiM fall nnd was marked by Rri'd- lni:-i frinii Imclor Cbow and lioclor liou, eminent physicians of northern chlnn. l-'ull ie|)oil will be mriile lor inemberM of Alpha Alpha Chapter. Heplemliei SK. lit H n'clock When memliciH meet nl the Mii(;lll Apnil ment" The hrealtfust prof(ratn will be levlewi-d h\ tbe four memhers MllrmlliiM Mrs. Illl7i'l Acord. Mni Andrew llclmrorih, MIH. T. 11. Claf- lln .mil M|NH Dell Sblvely lionie I'Voni West Indies Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Corr, !>24 Thlr- leentb stn-et. entertained Mrs. Corr's brothers and slsterw nnd their cbll- ilren nt a family reunion Thursday. Kenneth y. \vilson, brother of MrM. i'orr. who IH bonm from the I'trlllsh Wi-sl Indies for thn flrnl lime In 10 yearn, was this guisnt of honor. After a family dinner. tho> group chatted, took snapshots and reminisced. A-fler a brief stay In the states making business and social calls, Mr. went described i Wilson will return to Trinidad to r«.-- Don Field, i Kimin hln duties with the TrliTldad Field, who i I'ctroleum Development Company. Those prenent at the Corr home In addition to tbe honor guest wen.-: Mi-Hsrs and MosdameH- !•:.!' Aiulei'Mou l-'rank I'bllllpn Chin ICH A, \Vllsou Thomas M. Wilson Miss lioiievleve Wilson Messrs - .lohn N. W 11.4011 .lami'S T. Halhlrt Hteven W Wilson children Hherry Ann Corr Hubert "Wilson Mary Wilson Harbnry Wilson Doroihy Wilson April Anderson Tonl l-'ran I'bllllps Bakersfield and Sh after Misses | Sorority Pledges! Events Will Be Held Friday Evening; Women Active bh" Arrangements A brisk program is under way tor Women of ilie Mobfio With tt frontier Day costume party set for Friday for Mooso and their friends. One of tho most recent events' was a. party at the homo of Mrs. Leonard .Thompson, 2(530 Center street, DCS- canso Park. Dances, campaigns, moro parlies, an Initiation cerefriony and rummage sale .arc scheduled for tho near future. Prizes at tho last party were, won by Mrs. William Casol, Mrs. irroda Freeman and Mrs. Roy York. Ko freshments wore In the hands of Mesdames O. C. .bundqulst, Ann Thompson and Donald Thompson, Announces Swlo Mrs. T. IS. Davis, social chairman, rta.H announced a rummage sale for October 9. Mrs. W. F. CascI, chair man of a "label contest," asked members to bring labels to lodgo at Its next meeting Moose and thnlr friends will hold tho Frontier day costume party Friday at Druids hall. Hunleys orchestra will provide music. The committee In charffo of refreshments Includes Mrs. Harry Krough, Mrs. Ann Thompson and Mrs. Blanche Washburn. Mrs. John -Dowel, membership chairman, announced Initiation for October 2 at Urulds h'all. Candidates will bo Initialed from Visalia, taft and Bakersfleld. AsldiiK Kcrlpes Mrs. Henry Hrlmhall reported at a recent moetlnng a visit to Mooseheart, 111., in August, giving an in- terosllng account of activities and objectives there.. Mrs. Minnie Jacobs, who Is compiling a reclpo book, asked members lo submit recipes of their favorite dishes. Mrs. T. IS. Davis has been made chairman of tho Frontier Days com- mlllee, Mrs. I.ee Slocurn, Moosehearl chairman, announced that plans aro being completed for a donation to tho Institution to assist with a paltnlng project. MISS ROSE MARIE 01LLI of Bakcrfificld, a. student at the University of California, has pledged Alpha Delta Pi sorority, according to word received from the university, while Miss Geneva Payne of Shaftcr has pledged Sigmu Kappa. Twenty-four Greek letter sororities on the Berkeley campus pledged 276 girls in the two-week "rushing" period Just ended. V. F. W. Auxiliary Party Big Event Announce Itctrothal Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Craveth 2229 Nlncteenlb street, have an nounenil tho betrothal of thel daughter. Miss Madeleine Cravath to Hlclmrd Chnffey, tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Chaffey of Hrenlwood Heights, the wedding to hn celebrated at thn IHplscopal I Veterans of Foreign Wars sponsored Church In the south sometime- near a largely attended card party Satin the middle of noxt month. Mr». Cravat b arid bur daughter arc expected homo today from Los Angeles. The couple had Intended keep| Ing Ihn betrothal a secret for a i short time longer, but thn news be- FRATERNAL HELPS PREVENT MANY COLDS • A Maylufi actually for itsrlf, not oni-n 1ml many times over, hec-ause a Mavln|j; you liiw-cohl wusliinn for more years. A Mnyluj; i-asl-aliiiiiinnin wnnlier i« slill youiij; after len yrum of uw. Auk owners. Especially designed niel for nose nnd upper throat, where must colds start. R,,, CW Lilnr Silt 304 Quonlily 'JOi VlCKSVATRONOL 10 $460 IA 00 Down Week Come in and iiiul out xxliat makes n Maylan ilifl'omit from other wushrr*. Sec llio (UK'-piccc, caHt -aluiiliruiiii lull. the GyraUiUir \vanliiiif; action, Holler Water Remover uml a ticorc of other udvnntagos. FREE TRIAL WAIHIHQ ON RIQUIIT Anv Maytag /run- bo had with famout Guiolin*. Multi-Mohir Urner's 1925 "Eye" Street Contour Haircuts for Women I .acluiu n iiiia I'nrly I iiirlin wanna Cininrll. I lejjroe of I'lpciihiputioi, will ixpoiiNor a pulilU- mill party tonlMliI al the borne Mm. Mai IK I'Mlin, 'iW\ I'oltM live, inn-, I ICHCIIIIHII I'arU. Nino prl/.im will bi> iiwanli-d fur lilRli Hi-oreii, cmi rnlatlipii, duipi and Hpr>clal awniilx l''l\e buodri'd will hn played bOK'n- nlog at S u'cliM'U. ! UrnliN In Moel Siimoi'i- ilrove, No. Tit). Ani'lont I'nlii-d tiviliT of Urnldii, will meet to- nli;hl ut Pnililn ball. HIIHI) '/.Im- nn i inn ii. meinbei -nblp chnli-man, will pii-wfoi plaiiH for Ibe winter oiniv pniiin. NVnlii-r N'nrinanly, ontertnln men! clinli 111:111, will pro«ont for the next in Urtjri'e nl Meitiln-r «bi'i 1.11 Amltle llrlilKc ( lull Mi'H. \Vllllnm I'or.MC'l r-ntertaiin-il mi-mbi-i-N of l.'Amltli- llrlilui- I'lob i''• i-onlly at her home, flilii Kenliu-liy Hlri'i'l. MI-M. Adolhi-rl Ward, Mr«. Leslie Mayt-H, MI-H. I lurry TIlibiM and Mr«. llnnnab D'MrliMi wore npivliil nuc.tlH. llrlduo Hi'iii-PM were won by Mrs. William IVrm-l and MI'H Lnnllo MayoH. ItcfroNlnncillH wnn- wcrved. Mr*. William .Sliielt' Invlloil membi'm "f ! to her bomn Oetob.M' I. Momlii'lH Inrludo AleHdami-H -•- \Vllllum IVi-Hol l luirlos Anspach Ili'bley Mllli'i \\ Illliini Kti-ele Kdward Kilehn Hobert Antilctor MlnweH •lenn C'hrlHtln l hiirles Anspa Hulnl 4'hilHtln Kred Ciiriuiw W. I'ow lb roll Itnwnrlh Iteairlce Allen CV SMITH. expert linir nillrr, formerly tif Hmo's in llnl- lywood, is no\\ ill Ihis sluilio. Hi 1 ^ivt-s von UK- tv|)t' of liuii'i'iil you should liiivr. AH lu'icsl slyli'S availiil)U\ I't'rmnniMits, All Types of Beauty Work tlpi-n Tuesday iinil Frldny h.\ Appiilnlmi-nt Blair's Beauty Studio i-r Slreel I'lnini- Iliinor nf the |if>nroo of Honor. AnMU'lallon, will np6nr>or irU t<>iil).:hl nl l ! <itRles ball e hnndreil will be plnyeil n. Itei'ioi'liinelitH \\lll bo Menilierii are roiniewli'd lo hall ill 7 o'eloi-K. IInilii' From Vacation HeturnliiK from nn enjnyahlf vn- lallnn ami motor trip, Mrs. I'YiuiK IliiKi-n. 2!l',!fi Snvonteenlh stroer, nml her Nlstor In law, Alr». 10. K. Clahots of (IreiMi Hay. Wl«., arrived huiiio Krlrtny. Air. und Airs. K. II. Dimity of - >uU- Innil, who bin) been Moiilb to talio hi the nlr incen, riccuintuinlrH them from here. They ftliippnl In oaUlatul. San l-'rani-lsoo, Tiilo Allu. Siirrainonto, Lake Tiiboe. Callvaila anil Hello. day ovonliiR ill Memorial hall. Prizes were awarded In Mrs. Fred ttolllns, Mrs. O. II. Stevenson, MrH. HOI-man Knbly. J, H. Monroe, Walter ICatnlnskl and H A. Hicks. Slovo (iokils ii nd MrH. George Shannon cn,ino known Saturday In the south- won traveling awards, loiul where the young couple met j RofroshiniMHs wero server! In last Js'oveinber when they wero best I l:ocplnR' with Frontier flays by Ales- man and mnkl of honor at Ihe wed- illiu; of Miss f'ravnth'fi c-ousln, Mrs. I I'blllp l-'arrar. and Mr. l'"arrar. ; The l'"arrars will at lend MIsH Crai vnlli nnd Mr. (.'hriffey nl their wed- dliiK wblch will bi> n Hlmplt) affair with only mornbors of Ihe. Uvo film' llli-B and a fuw eloHn frlendH In nl- tendance. It will bo colebraled by Doctor HtephoriH who alHo per- j fcirmed thi! weddltiK rllen I'or two coiiHbiH of the brlJo-eltx^t. M|HH I'ravatb IH a native dniiKlitor i of thin 1,-Hy and a gradualo of Ujo \ blub Hi-boul. laifklnx MuHlnenH l.!ol- \ Ii gn and the l.'nlverBlty of Southorn i i!allfornla. I.rint year sho trnvoled tu the in-lent with hor aunt. Mrs. .1. A. IhiKhoH. Hho Is n. member of Kappa Alpha Tlicta wororlty. Mr. I'hefft-y IH an alurnmiH of tho j t.'iilvemlty of California, and a mom' ber of f'sl Cpsllun fraternlly. llo Is now employed In California Uank i of wbli-h hlH father Is the president. i After their honeymoon, thn couple| will live In Urentwood Ilelifhtn, uc- ' cordlns to their present plans. i • • » i KlddleK 1 Party 1 Among the Jolly ehlldren'« pnrtloa : of last wcok was that honoring Unr- i barn .lenn, Vlvln.ii .tune and I.orettn | Mae i Mark glvon at the* homo of ihelr I RitnndpnrentR, Mrs. .1. O. Clark, 1'2U Harding OVPIHIP. t lames pleasing to youngsters were playod and rpfreshments, tn- fhidlnK a birthday rake, wero nerved. Attending were Mary Alma. Williams Nonnri I'Yanuow IMerson I.eint Morley I'nttiy Ann .Icniile 1'lorMon (ioraUl Arthur Wllllunm I)nrln TroRdon Jack Morley Alnrli'iie Smith Lillian Atae Donald Dean Trrimmell Hdrbara Trogdon Kluyd Smith F1E1E CUED Pretty Girls Earn Fat Sums Posing for Camera Artist in New York n.y JOHN FKRKIS AmooUtetl Pruii Ruff Corrtipondent NE3W YORK, Sept. 21.—Arthur O'Neill, whose camera catches feminine loveliness of face anil figure for the advertising pages of "rffiwspapera and smart magazines, looked over his list of models today and picked thoso who have come to. pictorial fame within tho past year. iftaRazhiG Smiles Ton have seen them In swank gowns and furs, In bathing suits. In street dresses and sports olothcs, photo graphed In hotels, at bars, on sunny terraces and 'college campuses— against a hundred and one back grounds. Hero they are.: Frances Donolon, 21, who Is Mrs. O'NollI, a natlvo of Now York, one of the highest paid models In town— her top week was $2-15—and who can pose for anything from a tooth paste ad and the girl on a bicycle to fash Ions. .Movies Next Caroline Miller, 22, native Of Detroit, described by John Robert Powers, head of tho Important mode' agency In New York, as a brunette of charming personality, sound In telluct, fine character and excellent for the movies. Peggy Farley, 20, of Now Brunswick, N. J., u nenlor at the Now Jersey College for Women, who Harold Urown Auxiliary No. 1468, \ poses for cosmotlc ads. Illustrators j and fashions, especially college clothes. Shu started work Juno 1, commutes from Ocean Grove, N. J., during the summer and hopes ultimately to become a style and model director on a magazine. Mary Cosgrave., 21, native of Toronto, and u blonde. O'Neill met her and was captured by her beauty. Katharine Aldrldge. 19, born at Uladen's l.<odgo, near Itlchmond, V'a., and came to New Vork by way of Baltimore. They call her "Woodsy" i because she thinks sho looks better photographed as an out of doors girl. Dem-Hbod as a radiant, needs no make-up, boon offered two movie contracts. American Type Andre Johnson, 24. of Pasadena, Calif., earns $10 an hour, which Is very high pay. Modeled on the coast fop two months before coming hero. Described as a perfect American typo. Mary Gallon. 2S, native of Pulnski. | Tenn., but long resident In San An- | I tonlo, TexaH, models fashions. Was \ l fur advanced whon nbo married an | j aviator, moved to Honolulu. Has one i I child. Her husband rtleil In a piano' • crash and she ruturned to New York i last year and clicked Immediately. | Martha Muzzy. 22, of Patorson, N. | .)., models fashions. Known as an j "exotic" typo. , Carol Brady, 19, of Chicago, blonde, \ lovely, wholesome, sweot (these are > tho descriptions of O'Neill and Pow- | ers). Sho has smiled at you from cigarette ads and from magazine j covers. Jane Davis, 19, New Hochcllo, N. Y., worked for $16 a week as a stenographer for a milk company. Reluctant to give up her Job. So were her parunts when they advised hor. Finally had pictures taken. Smart editors grabbed her Immediately. Now In great demand.. Household Employes Class Is- Using Cross Home as Laboratory Here The homo of Mrs. Raymond Cross, 2800 Sunset avenues, was convarted Into a laboratory this morning for enrolleos of the WPA. Household Training Center, when work was begun by n, group of girls who want to Atop out Into tho class of botlor paid household helpers. Uniforms wero Issued, provisions chocked, nlohus planned under the direction of Mrs. Cross who is being assisted In Instrumental "duties by Mrd. lloraea Strong, also a trained homo etionom- 1st. There Is Btlll room for a few more girls In tho class. Tho work ivlll continue 1'or eight weeks and the, course embraces a thorough training in household duties. Many of tho girls havo already been, "spoken for" to take over Jobs at tho conclusion of their course. Miss Ruby Spangler is acting as secretary for the training center keeping reeipes and correspondence connected with the business of the school. ThiS school is conducted dally from 8 o'clock In tho morning until 2 o'clock In the afternoon. Party Enjoyed by Membejts_of Class , DELANO, Sept. 21.— A Jolly party was given by the young people's Sunday school class of tho Community Methodist Church on Friday night at tho country homo of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swanson, west of town. William Gllchrlst led In, games 'and refreshments wero served. Enjoying the party were Mos- damos Curve A. Swanson, James Fisher, Charles Ireland, Prank Dit» bio, Frank Salsa Jr., 'Miss Mabel Smith, the Reverend Clarence Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. William Kolb, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin P. Burtim, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kitchen, Raymond Ramsey, Robert IT. Tllott Jr., Willlam ailchrlst and tho host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Swanson. dames Al Kaul, Herman Ruhly. U. L. Fowler, O. R. Stevenson and 1 H. W. Broekway. Tho last party of tho series will I bo held Hut in-day. September !!fi. In) j Memorial ball ut which time sev- | I oral handmade prizes will be given j jln addition to grand prizes for the | series and costume prizes for Fron- ! tier days. ! Meml'prs of V. F. \V. sewing club ! will moet for a day's sewing at Mo- j rnorlal hall Wednesday: potluck luncheon will be served at noon. All are requested to bring carpet rags und clothing for a rummage sale. Mrs, Harvey Harrelson will preside. •> » • Mojave Women at I L. A. Church Meet WORKING FOR A COLLEGE EDUCATION Kvery year thoudrxnttji of youths abandon the ambition lo outer college merely because they riro without accurate Information as to present-day minimum expenses, or because they fall to roalUo how many opportunities for financial self- help exist on every campus. To assist ambitious and determined youngsters ''over the hump" this season, The BakerH- flold Callfornlan offers a timely Horvloe booklti ou "How to Got a College! rCductitlon." II carries Iho latest detailed taht-latlnns on tuition , fees, hoard and room, and Incidental expenses In all the principal colleKCH and universities from coasl to coasl: scpres of practical NUffRpsllons .on ways and mentis of financial self-help on Ille rampUH. Tills Invaluable guide Is .available only through, our Washington Information Bureau. Enclose 10 cents to cover cost, handling and postaue. I'HO This Coupon ; MOJAV12, Sept. 21.— Mesdames W. Judson Qldflold, Kherman ISwIng, Waltnr Haley, Glunn Robinson and l<loyd Sellaro attended tlm mooting of tho Federation of Congregational Church Wornon held last Tuesday at Iho First Congregational Church In l.os Angeles. Mrs. Oldfleld gave, the rnport of this mauling at Iho Ladles' Aid of tho Mojave Congregational Church on Thursday nflornoon. Mrs. Sherman lilwlng presided. Unvollonnltt wero In charge of Mrs. Kwlng and ti'fl fourth chapter of Corinthians was read. Other routine luminous was transacted. On Wednesday, September 30. a fried chlckdn dlmier will be given In the social hall of Ihe church between Iho hours of tl nnd R p; m. The proceeds will be applied to tho church building fund and In the near future an effort will lv> nmclo to finish the Interior of the church. Mrs. AV. It. Kennedy IN chairman of Ibis dinner. The Dakersfleld Callfornlan Information llurcau, Frndorlc .1. Ilsskln, Director, Washington, D. C. I eiiolo.se herewith 10 cents in coin (carefully wrapped for a copy of the booklet "How to Uol a College Kilu- catlon." Name Street.. City State (Mall to Washington, D. C.) CQ&wtd- \V. It. t . Tin-winy Wiiiniin's liellnf Corpn will meet 'I'm-hiliiv afternoon at '.' o'clock at Memipllal liull at which time mem- III-I-H will be ultlred III frolitliM' I'oH- tunu-H MIM l.i-mi Haldwln will pre- Drill I'rarlli-i- I 'i ill I'rnrlU'e will b«< helil by llaK- I'iMlleUi 11,'lioknh Lolled No. 47. on Ti'i-Miiny evenlnir. Se\>ti'mbi'r '.'ii, at ,' :!» ii t ini'lt. All inembdrH atn ri>- .|ln»teil |u he present, by S. T. KlIlH- . l-ii-n. drill captain . Sei|iiola Clrrlo Si-iiunla Clri-li", No. 300, Ni'ltfhlKii-H Wiiixloiaft, will meet Tuecday at lOiiKtea hall with Mr*. Y. it. Ntiiki'b, Kuardlan nolulihor. i»r<»- slillllif, _ llnrU l''rom Vacation Mrs. It ,1. llrnudt ami her (laugh lei- pMrH. Mernloe Nowland and tho j latter'* daughter, .lanot, bnvp ro- ! turni'd from a vacation of dcvornl • • • weel<H Hpeiil nt Huntil Moulea. MrH. ; Knibroliloi'.v Club , Itriindl IM tu-oHldimi of tho Hnkurn- MemborM of Sunm-l Embroidery : t'U-ld \\ Oman's rlub. t'lub. onii ul the oldest Hoelut unltH » • » In tin- I'lty, will ro-i'onveno for lull l-'rnni l.os AnneleN WodneMday at a I o'clock luncheon j Mrs. Van Ueft'tHRWell, l.im Anat the homo of MI-H. l (< ranl> WIlllamH, i (jcb.'H, was the wnwk end gnewi of Mr. Alia Vlmu l.irlvi". ! and Mrs. Orvul Artalnw, ;il'f> I ntrcei. Entertain Guests Delano instructor at Oildale Home Is Called by Death Schilling ilia niltJ M DDiJf UNKBAMBU THI 1ITTIRS Of iACH liMI-THI ANSWIM Win ft rtlili. II A TIN WORD MMTtMCi-OMlV QMt VTOBD tO JAOI UNI pure flavor lasts N«m How Now K Pa Rate loep Ure Dom« Th Fo Pan lit Ng Sing Pan THE SOLO of SKIN OUTBREAKS Hczem* itching, iutf»c* plmplci «n4 soreness of piorlaili, potion Jvy »no • Itrluilim dliovu rectum ot ptrionV !>»«» rd bf UII.HAI.K, Hniil. 'Jl.—Mi-s. II. H. ami MI-H. Vliitlnlu MuAllxlcr in\l<?i-tiiluiul mivi'ial giu'ftlH ill Iho Killtihl homi- ill 4^T> North ChoHior uvi'iiuu, Hiitimlny ovi>nlntr, In honor ol' MIH, ,\Hii I'onrMtin niul Mart VI. Bowi'ii nf Ulvi-fvli-w who ci'leliruliHt joint lilrUulay unnhoiMui'l^s, A iVMIrlnim ravioli nilintpr wu» MiM-t-od to MOHRI-H. uiul Mt'sdiiniert l-YaiiU Sollii-rt. lii-rol Knight, Mart llowi'ii anil MI-SMI-H. Harry \Vari\or nml Ulll Kuli;hl anil Mt-MilaiiK'H Aniln llnwvn, Altri 1'riirHnii. Alice S|III|IM«II uiul Mtsn Kdiin AiKlr-i'xii i rhIUIivn iii'c^i'iil we • KnlKht. .In no Hliilmloll. Ilii-rt, Hlcli riiul Ual|ih 1 lt<u<aUl IViirmni. 1'KhANO, Hopt. 'Jl.--\Vonl Was rooolvoil hero on Sunrtuy morning of Iho death of BurrU Younu In a Duk- honplt.nl, fullowlngf «*vnra1 lllnoHs. Mr, VOUIIK WIIH a of tho Caouliv of tho Ucluno Joint Union llltfh BChool ilnrlng; last -term anrt won ro-hlri'*l for this yMir aKiitn, but In AUVIRHI nent In hU i ivdlitnntlon following a biviiH In his j i health. j """''""" llo IM anrvlvcd by Mr*. YOIMK; ono \ Vli-Klula i iltnightor, l*8llc; hlw fnlhoi- HvliiK In j ei\<t .Sol- i OivRon tmtl rtn aunt In l.inll. Tho i Mf.MtMtor niul Will !«> UlKeii lo Ol't'Son for PHILLIPS SCHOOL OF MUSIC . AH Instruments Reasonable Rates OFFICE: 1512 Nineteenth Phone 1398 First— S3.00 Oliinlne Or«d!l $2,00 Cltanlm Ondll Thlrd~ $1.00 Oltanlni Oradll PBIIK USTIO HfftfIN Will Bf AWAAOtO tO* WHAT WI JUWI TO II THE IHUT ACmMIKYHf HtUUT. MOmMOSfArrRMTIM SOLUTIONS MAI LTD Oft (KOUCHT TO US WITHIN I'M DAYS P Mlfir. CATION Of tltt ADVMTIS. Wttl II tM TO TVINO tOMTUTWiTi. AMVW»Y. tlCm OUR IMPLOYI IS. MAY CQMMTt. 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