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Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, September 26, 1936
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THfi BAKJBRSFIBLD CALIFORNIA?*, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1936 WOMEN BANQUET Audience to Have Thrills at "Gold in the Hills" Next Wednesday Evening Virtue triumphant, the Villain overpowered, and the romantic re- tmlofl ot th* hero and Heroine ara the basic elements of "Gold In the Mills or Dead Sister's Secret" that Will be on the boards for local the* feter goers next Wednesday evening:. The old Tabernacle, Idcftted at TWenty-first street and Union avenue will bo the setting for the production that wltt really launch locul celebrants of Frontier Days on a week of hilarity, ' Old Homestead Act 1 will open in'the old homestead that will have the requisite mortgage standing over it. Then a murder happens throwing: the peaceful home of little Nell into confusion. The summary ot the act on the program gives teasing highlights of what is in storo as follows: The happy hotno. A; murder, rteille, the farmer's' daughter. John Dalton makes a sacrifice. Moonlight and a locket. Tho serpent comes into the Garden of Eden, "Beneath this flannel shirt there beats an honest heart." Sam Slade, the shadow. "Gold in the Hills." "I fear neither man nor devil, save only ^e.", The, plot thickens. . "Officer, do your duty!" A base deceiver. Nellie's temptation. "You are no longer daughter of mine/' A fate worse than death. John Dal ton confronts Richard Murgatroyd. "She will be in my power." A blow for defenceless .womanhood. , Exiled The second act is laid in Big Mike's Beer Garden and Dance Kail where Ijittlo Nell finds honest env jjloyment but where the villain still pursues hen . In Act 111 the setting is once again the old homestead, but there te a vacant chair. There comes & face at the window, a wanderer returning home, the villain stilt cloud- Ing the horizon. . But the hero .arrives in time and With his hand at'the' Villiart's throat demands, "Tell mo, or I will strangle It out of you!" ^ Big Secret 1 What is told is the grand climax Of the play, and those who have Witnessed rehearsals declart? the comedy melodrama will go down on records as one of the best shows the Community Theater players have produced here. • .The heroine for- the Community theater production will .be Mrs. Doris Cbrwln, -the- hero 1 , Morton Block, the jlHian, Dr. H. L,. Klekoff; and a largo oast of, assisting players. :] Season, tickets for the five show* of the'4hM.trt'are^ftbw a,va4WbJe ifrom Glen Stoe'kbrfdge;~m2"Verdo -Strectr and • from Miss Charlotte -Ann Moors, 2012 :Cedar Street." v ."....'• Ticket Sale > Dr. E. Cf. Zlmmer, ticket chair- nian, announced that seats for' the comedy melodrama, will be sold downtown at Wadman's Clothing Store, at Eighteenth and H street in the Padre building beginning JMonday morning. Tickets -w.til also pe sold at the door of the Tab'er- hacio next Wednesday night. Those holding season tickets will also have these tickets honored. • : « • « Girls' League Has Election at Meet •., All girls in the local high school attended the QlrlS' League meeting held In the high school auditorium Thursday. The meeting served as ft welcome to the new girls. ; Officers elected at the gathering Include: Miss Edna A»hby, president; ,Ml«B RoMlyn Cuneo, vice- president; Miss Mary Brlte, secretary; Kflss Harriet Sheldon, tread' urer; Miss Patricia McAllister, publicity chairman; and Miss Alva, Dl- gier, chairman of the flower committee. Representatives chosen .Were: Seniors, Mlsaca Helen Day and, Shirley Compton: Juniors. Miss Betty Lou Rhodes; sophomore*, Misses Norma Baker and Ruth Harvey! freshmen, Misses petty Ashby and Emma Dollariga. All girls were invited to attend the annual Girls' l«e«gue «tunt, to be presented Octo« bnr 2 during advisory period. —Photo by Atnumllan S<udlo Above are pictured members of the Business and Professional Women's Club and their guests assembled at __ the club's recent annual home-coming banquet hold at Hotel El Tejon. TEAM WILL REPORJTp RALLY Christian Youth Building New World Is theme ftt Church Sunday California delegates to the Congress of American Youth which Was held at Butler University, Indiana- polls this summer, will hold a rally at the First Christian Church Sunday evening. The theme of the meeting is "Christian Youth Building a New World." The meeting Is planned to bring 'to .the local churches a platform of essentials In Christian faith upon which all Protestantism is United, f Tha movement considers amusements, recreation and social phases which can be fitted Into the life of Christian youth to his advantage. Tho team will consist of Hal Brlckson, secretary of Christian Youth Council, Wayne Neal, regional director of Christian Education, Howard Cassady, Steve Oborn, Kenneth Michael, : Madgo Wood, Kenneth Hoist and Allan Ely. This team is moving from place to place holding a rally each night all over California. . They provide special music, an up- to-date modern song leader and a resume of the findings of'the Congress of American Youth and rec- comendatlons for the building of the faith and life of young American church' men' and women. -. ^VvX^'U: 1 '.' '•«»' ' ;' ' ^ Brothers' Night Will Be Observed Brothers' night will be celebrated Monday when Llbertns chapter No. 362, O. B. "g. f meets In regular session at Masonic templo with Mrs. George Thomas presiding us worthy matron and Charles A. Hare as worthy patron. An interesting program Is being planned; refreshments will bo served. A cordial invitation is being extended to all members. AH Frontier Days will bo the theme of the evening members are asked to come dressed for the occasion, Music Arranged at First M. E. Church Music at First Methodist Church Sunday, according to Ronald Clark, choir director, and Mrs. A. R. liol- slngton, organist, includes: Morning—Choir, anthem, "Pierce Raged the Tempest"; solo, "The SI lent Voice" (Coro Roma), Phil Collins. Evening—Anthem, "Arise, Shine" (Blvy); solo, "Teach Me to Pray" (Jerrllt). Miss Gertrude Myers; - Organ, .morning, "Elizabeth's Prayer" (Wagner); "Offertory In CJ" (Loud); "Processional March" (Hackett). Evening. "Two Cradle Songs" (Sotting), "Awakening" (Engelmann) and "Miu-tsh" (MerkeH. -. '.- ' . i ' "• Good pictures are easy with JIFFY KODAK For $9 we think Jiffy Kodak Six-16 is "tops." Makes 2V 2 " x 4^4" snapshots as easily as a box camera, yet it's a full-fledged folding camera that tucks into your coat pocket. We'd like to show you the Six-16 today, or its companion the Six-20, for 2^4"x8 a /i" pictures at $8, Either model will do-a real snapshooting jpb for you. " HMBALL & STONE fht Pertietlin- Dtuggltt* Phone 53 , Phone 64 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Bakersfield, Calif. Cash for Old Gold Fashion Show Scores Declared a success from the first curtain, the showing of fall fashions from Harry Coffees by tho Delta Theta Tan sorority opened tho autumn season at tho Woman's Club Hall last evening. A complete showing of knits, afternoon dresses, sport and tailored suits for women shared tho spotlight, with a showing of men's styles in business dress and sports suits, Latest fall shoes were furnished by Ricards Bootery, An extra feature showed what the well-dreMed boy will wear, the Small suits were,worn by Masters Jackie Froear, Bruce Wilfong and Bobby Perry. Mrs. Glen Stow acted as mistress of ceremonies and introduced Miss Florence Esbenshade of Coffee's women's department and John Easton, manager of the men's department. The sorority girls who modeled wero Mrs. Harold Tabor, Mrs. Elmer Goertz. Misses Louise Hall, Hazlo Johnson, Alary Tyson, Hetty Branch, Margaret Shaffmth, Peggy Smith, Martha Ellen Broomflold. Mr. Easton Introduced tho men's modela: Qaba Plymale, B. Parra and Victor Wessel. Music throughout tho evening was furnished by Miss Florence Bayless on tho electric organ loaned by Payne & Hon. At tho Intermissions, special entertainment was given by thn Merle Roberts dance studio. Including tap numbero, soft shoo, acrobatic and line numbers. The following" wore the.entertainers, with Bruco Wilfong acting as master of ceremonies: Jacqueline Bresnahan, Betty Ann Florance, Joy'Goodrich, Bruce Wllfong, Lucille Winter, Virginia Priddy, Mil- Ho Pickle, Barbara Wallace. Billy Perry, Mary Loulao Blairo, Winifred Eoff, Oldrla Tenorfs, Elolso Murry and Jerry Roberts. Cooling drinks were furnished by the Coca-Cola Bottling company during an intermission. At the close of tho newest fnsh- Ions, Mrs. Stow turned tho micro- phone over to Mrs. Randall Sylvester, Frontiers' Day costume chairman, who Introduced models wear- Ing fashions of yesterday; beside* Mrs. Sylvester those modeling Included Mrs. J. Bruco Payne, assistant chairman; Miss Mary Lou Frick, Miss Jeanetto Frlck, Mrs. U. P. Fuller, Mrs. Porter Turner and Miss Dorothy Davis, The evening closed with tho serving of refreshments at tables decorated with uutumn-toned dotltcs and clusters of grapes. Draw , prizes were presented through the courtesy of generous local merchants. Members of tho sorority acted as hostesses. * • • For Miss Hay Miss Mildred Hay, who will bo wedded in October to Qulnby Taylor, was tho center of n congenial group recently when Mrs. John Heard, Jr., entertained members of Omrlcon Kappa sorority at a dinner party, miscellaneous shower and ovenlng of bridge In tho California room at Hotel El Tt-jon. An all'Whito appointment scheme was chosen, expressed In clusters of asters and zinnias, and In place cards, tallies and score puds designed In bridal motif. Bridge prizes were won by Miss Hazel Hymcr, Mrs. Walter Wickersham and Mrs. Gerald Hay. Opening of scores ot handsome gifts closed th« ovenlng. Attending''' besides th<?" hon^ree and hOstest) were: • > MesdanrtdS— . ' Harry Henry Muck Earl Smythe Lindsay Pryor John Loustalot Charles Wicker- Walter Wicker- Hhain sham William McCluro Virgil Young Fred Hcoficld Ray Tolle '.Marlon TibbalU Walter Stevenson Oerald Hay Leslie Robinson CJeorgo Blmat Missus— Knthcrlno Wick- Hitzel Jlymer orshum Elsie McLaod AVAILABLE All Type Frontier Day Dress | Ready for Selection; Fine i Prizes Are Offered With Monday set as the day when all citlw>nn aro expected to blossom forth in Frontier Day costumes, the Woman's Club committee sponsoring costume rentals today announced that a wide variety of fancy and plain pioneer frocks and suit* arc avail- ablo at their headquarters, 200(1 Chester Avenue. Spanish cabellero, and scnorlta cost&tnos, cowgirl and cowboy suits; gingham and silk frocks and frontier scout ensemble form the large assortment. Tho rentals are nominal, it is announced. With the local 20-80 Club as sponsor a large costume parade is scheduled for Friday evening, October 3 and the participants will later assemble at the courthouse stops when $100 in prices will be awarded. The club committee In charge ot the costume headquarters includes Mesdames Randall Sylvester, j. Druco Payne, O. H. Oraham, H. l>. Fuller, Georgo Parsons, Homer Hopkins, R. L, Wottrlng, and others who will bo added to the committee noxt week. Frontier's Day Party for Teachers' Club on Monday Launching Season With Old-Fashioned Music, Square Dancing TJAKRRRFH5LD Teachers Club .L> will go western Monday afternoon nt Its first meeting of tho fall term, which will bo held at 4 o'clock In tho library at Bmp.rson school, PrUes will be awarded for the bust costumes, men's and women's, and for the best man's b«ard, Music will bo provided by thp "Itlllybllly Orchestra," comprised 6f Jack Parllcr, Allan Lamb«urn»», Clifford Leddy and Miss Evelyn Cuvaln, and thora-'Wlll be vocal selections by several of tho orchestra members. Mrs. Lovtna Parshnll, mistress of coremonlen, will call old fashioned square dances in which all will participate. Listed PRESIDENT EVENT AT Birthday Party Is Cirde Event Members of Ruth Circle of First Christian Church whose birthday anniversaries occur after August 1 entertained members whose natal dates are before that dale at a 1 O'clock luncheon Wednesday. Tables wero beautifully decorated with autumn flowers and colors; coVers were laid for 85 guests. Mrs. George Ramsay sang a birthday greeting song as the guests gathered around the table at th« close Of the repast Mrs. Jack Allen, council president, presented appropriate remarks. Mrs, George Hamilton and Mrs. 0. M. Shaokelford, past president*, gave short talks. Mrs. Cora Townsend read greetings from absent friends. The Reverend C. H. Hulnte oresented a brief address and Mrs. ~Fay Young read a poem. Those wliose anniversaries were marked included M«sflanie» Cora B. Towrisend, R. L. Perry, Albert Hankin, Willie- Garrott, Flora Davis, J. K.. McC6rmlck, Margaret Neff. A. V. Bartholomew. M. G. Mtars, Mable Huffman, F. M. Battery, Klla Bouchard, Mable King, W. M. Harris, Jessie Galey, Laura llltt, Mi«s Hnttle c&riock. invited guests were ^tesdames Jack Allen, George Ramsey, G. M. fllmckelford, George Hkmllton and the Reverend and Mrs. d. H. Hulme. The committee In charge of the dinner includad Mesdames Fay Young, Annabelle Perry, Fred Andrews. W. R. Drumm, J. A. Townsend, Charles Reid. H. D. Beach, J. E. Blchen, Lily, Nikkei and W, H. Varner. A"T CALVARY OIICRCH Returning late this week from Fresno, the Reverend A, T. Doug- loss. pastor of Calvary Baptist Church today announced the wer- tntth topics at that church: "Why tho Lord R«fu*«B to Bl*ss tiomo Churches" and "How We Can Win Against the World, the Flash and the Devil," morning and evening. Sewing Club Will Entertain Tonight When the sewing club of Harold Hrown Auxiliary No. 1408, Veterans of Foreign Wars, mot recently at Memorial flail, plans were furthered for tho final ftffar or a scries of public card parties tonight at 8 o'clock. Those arriving before 8 will receive 200 points bonus. Nine handmade prizes will bo given in addition to awards for the man and woman wearing tho best Frontier Day costume. Old fashioned refreshments will ho served by Mesdames A. 8. Knul, O. R. Stevenson, Stove Oekas, Frank Sterling and K. L. Fowler. Two grand prizes will bo awarded for high score. Sewing was donj> for the soldiers' hospital and pillows were mado for Hed Cross. A pot hick luncheon was served at noon. The noxl meeting of the club Is set for October 14 at the hall. Attending were Mesdames Harvey Harrelson, Waller Kamlnskt, A. Wtisujrlund, H. L, Fowler, Daisy ("Jertense.n, O. H. (Stevenson. O. W. Brockway, Joe Frdylny, Steve Onkas 1 , Laurence Marston and tha children, Billy Brockwny nnd James Qekac. CLARBMON'T HANK LOS ANOKLKS, Sept. 2fc. (A. P,\— The First National Hank of ciar«- mont was added today to the Trans- America Corporation. A. P. Olannini, chairman of the board of tho corporation, announced tho purchase of tho bank, Haying It would be absorbed Into thn Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association. "Auction of n Boy" Slated for Evening; Rally Day Is Planned "Thn Auction of n Boy" will b« tho drama sermon by tho pnstor, H. U. Green, and tho congregation of Church of (Jod at tho church on Chester avenue at Docatur street, Olldalc, Sunday evening at 7MG o'clock. Characters talcing part Includes Bill Mason, dance manager; Billy Litton, sinful umbttioir. Frank LuFont, unfair business*; Lolnnd Hatcher, ntho- Ism; Bob Lltten, sinful habits; Oscnr Whltworth, saloonkeeper; Ooea Miuiufl, hate, envy and malice; Mftr- j garet IjaFont, tho church, and tho i Ilaverend At. Oreeti, uui<tloiu»er. j Hiilly clnj' exercises nro scheduled for tho morning from «:4fi to 11:30 o'olook. Tho program will Include:; Words of welcome, Thalnm Oreon; i sketch, "Too Bad." Oeruldlne j Honeyculf; violin solo, Audry 1'rle.e;' reading, "One Thing 1 ran Do," Lnwrenco, Litten; SOJIK. .lunlor Linnell; rally-day, "If*," Bmio Lttten; roiidltiK, "Is This You?." Harriot Hall; clartnul solo. Junior Turner; sketch, "Tho Chain." junior boys; reading, "Tho Only Way to Bo Happy." Nellie Copland; accordion solo, Bessie IJanvs: song, Vada I'Hmket; Violin HO!O. Hilda WcHsoner; rending. "Forewarned," Harold Iji- Font; musloal number by Virginia SU'vuns; rnessnffe, bj' the pastor. Annual Promotion, Rally Day Sunday Annual promotion and rally day will be celebrated at First Baptist Church Sunday morning at 9:45 o'clock. There will bo a genera! assembly in the social ball with Mrs. C. C. Beharpenborg, chairman of Oi« program, In cliargo. Appropriate exercises will be staged, covering the graduation of classes from one department to another and the promot'on of classes. A record attendance is anticipated. Music at tha church Sunday will Includo; Organ preludo "Pastorale" from "Lo Prologue do Jesus," arranged by Clokey; Organ number, "Lovely Appear Over (ho Mountains" from "Tho Redemption," (dounod); nnthem, "Tho Lord is My Shepherd," (MaoFarr*n); organ offertory, "Adagio" from Hoconrt Organ Symphony, (Wlldor)t *olo, "On a Hill Far Away," (Bernard). Arthur John«on; organ "PoHtlude in K Flat," (Ab«rnat4iy). Hvenlng, organ prelude, "To tha Evening Star, (Wagnar)l anthem, "Have Mercy on Me," (Morse). Miss Mary Sullivan and choir; *o1o, "Whisper a Prayer," (Lawrence), Miss Nell t'egti, offertory, "Andante C'onMoto," (Beethoven); and "March* Pontificals" (Becker), an organ number. Ml»s Virginia Getchell, president, will conduct the short business mooting which will open tho season'* work. Other officers Include Mrs. Isabel Pedro, recording secretary; Miss Mwigla Mattly, corresponding secretary; Charles Holden, parlla- mentArlun; Mlwi Nadlno nulnville, fn'nsurer, and Miss Morln Scntes, auditor. Chairman Appointed Committee chairmen ar«: Jflss ISmma Buckmastnr, loan fund: Ml«s Helen Knight, welfare; Mis* Laura Abeniiento, social; Ml«s Kvelyn Cuvftla program; Ml*s Katherlne' Walt education and Mrs, Mary Lnvom legislation. Growth through cooperation IK the club's thfltno for tho coming term. SLATEIFOAY Al LOCAL Miss Virginia Oetchell Unusual Features Arranged* for W. C. T. U. Convention Here in October "The Festival of Flowers" and, "America Light* the "Way*will b* . two spectacular features of the an-' nual < state convention , of the Women's Christian Temperance. Union to be held In BakersfJeld Oc-', tober 13, 14, 15 and 16. The former,' n tribute to new member*, in which' each union will have a port, will be' given at the first evening session, October 13. "America Lights the Way" will picture in beautiful pa-» geantry on the second evening of the r convention tho growth and strength' of tho organization. Both will b«, seen at First Baptist Church. « Mrs. Eva Craven Wheeler, state! president from Los Angeles, willi nave other features illustrating her* annual address, the subject of which Is "Our Priceless Possession," to be delivered Tuesday evening, October 13. "This address will give the keynote for tho coming year and the Information, Inspiration and courage to bring to completion the great f ot^' ward movement of the W. C. T. tT.,"- nccordluK to officers in charge. • Fine Speakers *, Other gueM speaker* are to be' Mrs. Margaret Munns of Chicago, world's and national treasurer of tie organization, who will give two ad«, dresses, and Mrs, Ixmlse J. Taft, Mrlhndi4t MhiUtar niul! i' r « !Sldent ot lh « Northern Callforni* LUllllOUlSl iUiniSlCl. onujw. c. T. U. Who will speak on Household Honored at Charming Party P. 1 A. NOTES Promotion Program Will Ho Held at Congregational Hull on Sunday Hully Day in tho Congregational Church School will be observed nt 0:<fi o'clock Sunday morning with u promotion program In Plymouth bnll. Tim service will open with I numtr, Mln» done Otto acting u« ' plnnlst. Scripture reading will bo | by Kenneth Ulch Jr. Koch department Will Imvo a brief part on the program, beginning with tho crndlft roll superintendent, Mr*. H. a. Long; beglnllwrn, Mrs. \\. L. I Shrevo; primary, Mr«. 13. J. H«ge- I riiun; Juniors, Mr*. A. fi. Donat; | junior hl>?li, Mrs. Anderson; young people, Mark F. Wllcux; ndtiltM, HIM-. O. J>»l7.ell, wilt follow, the gmiiuiitoH receiving; promotion onrdflcnloH from thn superintendent of each depart- men I, Young People Help Young people. J. c. nnd high school groups nro In cliargo of decoration* and dm junior high school people will act as ushers and Uiko (ho Offering. Hpoclal music In (ho form of a plnno duet will bo furnished by ths Misses (!i«no rtnrl fSunlco Otto. Th<! oldor boys and glrln ans Invited to go In a body to tho morning service nt 11 o'clock and puronU are especially Invited to corns with their children to tha promotion oxer- clsnft. nnd Argonauts Two hundred guests attended u reception at Owhsll ball of First Methodist Church Friday night honoring the. llererend Grovor Halston, now pastor, and his family, given by thn Women'* Aid Society. Henry iJolch, acting as master of ceremonies. Introduced Mrs. C. K. Boydnton, who presented a humorous reading, tho Hovercnd William K. Patrick, president «>f Btiker*fleld Ministerial Union, who brought greetlngn from the other ministers nf the city; Honald Clark, who H;IDK three numbers accompanied at tbo piano by Mrs. Clark, nnd the Rov- ereml Burton Unmnt, and the Reverend .lolin Murdoch, pimlors of Flr«t Baptist Church and First Church. Wednesday attemoon, October 14. I Mrs. Tuft In a well known platform ' speaker And has been closely associated with the educational movements of the *tt«te. The annual bamiuet will be held Thursday evening, October 15, In Hotel Kl Tcjon's ypunish ballroom. A musical program and greetings from welcoming talks waro made by Alfred fJeimon, prtimlnont mom- ber rind p/tst officer of tho church, nnd Mrs. L. II. Aenrhlmciier, preal- dont of tho Women's Aid Society. The hall wn« adorned with Mich- daisies, sunflowers and zlnliia. CiumnltteeH includvii; decoration*. Mrs. C. B. O'Clutnu, Mrs. H. O. HinUh and MI-H. C. B. Anderson.. PtiiftrHin, Mrs. t'. H. Porlur unit '< MI-H. C. J, I'liltei-ncon. ItofrtishtncntH, i Mrs. P. U. Anils, Mrs. W. W. Webb.! Mrs. J. L. Hood, Mrs. (1. ft. Morris,! Sirs John KtfJtfcly and Mrs Oscar i Tomorlln. ; citizens of Bakersfield will be features of tho evening. Rev. J. Whitcomb Brougher, associate pastor of the First Baptist Church of Ulendalo, formerly pastor of Temple Baptist Church of Los Angelea. will b« tho Ryoakor. JU-ccptlon Planned A reception honoring Mrs. Munns,' Taft, state officers, county and directors of depart- mcntu will b« given Wednesday afternoon. October 14, by tho W. C. T. tr. of K*rn County in the patio Of First Baptist Church. Dr. Horace Hay of Downey, California will act as director of the convention music, assisted by Mr«< Anna Wheeler of Los AngeleS u» Accompanist. Doctor Hay will also lend the Quiet Hour sarvlce «ach noon. Directors of departments and> special workers will set forth the ao- compIUhmentH of the respective groups of which they have charge, ufati! officers will he elected. At th* noon tnoi-tlng on Friday, October 1« the convention will be adjourned by Mrs. Wheeler. A meeting Of the executive* bounl of L<iw«» P. T. A. will be held at tho homo of Mrs. K. H. Kllory, 1616 California avenue, Monday nft- erhoon, ul 1:30 o'clock. All bonnl members have been requested to bo prevent. Buy Your Printing "at How" Kern County Printers' Association '*" • ikli Hanford Selected as Hostess City for NextW. R. C. Federation Meeting Forty-five members of the Woman's Relief Corp* from all part* of the valley, meeting here Friday, selected Hanford u« tha gathering place for a meeting ot Federation No. 10 on November SO. . Itaad* Poem The local session was held at Memorial hall with Mr*. Janlft Upchurch presiding, and Mr*. Lena Baldwin, president of Hurlbut Womens' Heliof Corp* No, JIG, a* chief hontesS. 0. H. Peed, age 92 year*, read an original poem, Mr. Peed, who Is.a a, A. n. comrade, was a guest <tf honor. Presenting a report and history ot the traveling <lftf, Mr?. Wlntfrid Kdchiin, patriotic inttruetor, cott- tribut«d W th* program. . Gold 8i»r Mothers Mr*. Etta Baatlan wa« obalrniaii Of tb» luncheon n dtllclous meal at IS o'clock. She was assisted by Mr*. Ella James, Mr*. Waldo Hart. Mr*. Mil* Man- fun, Mr*. Joseph Haggard, Mr*. Row King and Mr*. Fred tillu. Two gold star moth*™. Mrs. Lucille Morel* and Mr*. Alice simp- son were introduced a* were 19 pust presidents of th« oorp*. Guotu aiwo Included Mr*. Ida Beck, Buttonwillow, and Mr*. Kea I'ylos. Visitors wei-e Mr*. A. A, tlainHWh, Mr*. Nancy Bwan*on, Mr*. AJNirta King, Mrs. Minnie JlamlHon, Mr». Orace Cha*t» and Mr*. Bdllh PauUort of Vlsalla; MM, Janla Upohuroh, Mr*. Nettle 1 lawks. Mr*. Olady* Itobert- •on. Mr*. X«U!« Ho»kln» and. Mm. Amanda O'Brien, Hanford; > Mr*, turn Tlatow, Mr«. ««(»»tjiir «nd Miw, teatjtJ* VWtoSt larfe "- •-• - ^ . 4 . . .,, ', , , \ r y*<^y^-f.' ! At 6:30 o'clock the Mftgurs and Argonauts will hold a joint meet* Ing to hear Miss Harriet F. Buss speak on Mexico. Miss Buss spent the wummer In Mexico City ftttand- Ing the university there and will exhibit many beautiful souvenirs of her trip. A short business mating will follow, tho Magurs electing officer*. Th* Heverend A. 8. Donnt, pamor of the church, located at thn corner of fievanteerilh and O street, will preach upon the subject: "Like a Priceless--. H*«nrl," nl the 11 o'clock wor*hlp mrvloe, Rundny morning. Music under tho direction of Mrs, J Clloaiiiib Bnll Beban, organist, ls its ! follows: Prelude, "Communion" j (Batiste): Anthnm by thn e.holr. j "COnie, gold Jesus' Sanrod Voice" j (Bruce); Offertory. "Pltstorflla" ! (Wareltig) and "1'ostludo In A Flnt" ! (Hosmer). ! t Losers Will Honor ; ' Winners at Dinner ' Frontier costumes will be pn- j t truly approprlato Monday uvonlng | when tho losers In n membership • contest of thn Business and 1'ro- feNsloiml Women'n Club feto tb» winners at u 7:30 o'clock dinner at II Trovatore Cafo, aocordlng to Mrs. Lot tin Myers, chnlrtnan. Tha ovonliiK will be epent Inform- filly. "-'-•- "'4 »•» i . • AT Rl'NSHlNE .MiHSION H. 15, RObsrlson of Oakland, who ba« Jukt OloRua a, cumpulKn at Full Oo*p«l Tabernacle, will be heard at Bunshliio Mission, Ttlverview. "Hob- ertson I* u fiery preacher of the old-tltno conviction, 1 ' say those who have heard him. He I* a pastor of Temple Baptist Church, Oakland. Meetings are heard uvei-y night except Halurduy. Bible study Is held at 10 o'clock Tuesday, Wedne*- day, Thursday and Friday. Praytrs are held for the »lck, according to Mrs, R, F. aillesplo, pastor.. Sophomore Coeds Hostesses at Tea; Sophomoro women of the AJWOC!- 1 aled Womon HtiidentN of Bakers-! fluid Junior Callogo gave the fresh-! men women a welcome tea yester-' dity. Thn affair was held In the fac- j ulty lunch room of tho junior col- lego building. Potted palms, hung With Japaneso lanterns lent background for the serving girls, Japanese woman students dressed in cos- tomo. Ada Ore«nstraot decorated the room. The tallies wero luce-covered nnd topped by burnished silver urn*, i Approximately 100 girls of the fresh-1 men class wnro entertained through- i out (he msirgm tial 8P Sing! 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