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'""'' '''' " * /'V " '\v%;:*^ '.-tl^' *''', ''* ' • r-1^; 1 "-" - '••'"• 'T' i V •'! ,./,' , '*•"' : « - '' ' ' BY YOUNG PEOPLE St. Paul's Fellowship Hns Reorganization Meet; Oilier .Church Work Karl Know won elected president ItiNt night at tho weekly mooting of tin: Young People's Fellowship at St. Paul's church to succeed MIsH tairbnrn Aldrlcb, who was compelled to resign on account of other work. The other officers will continue: Miss Adah areenntrcet, vice-president; MIHH Marjorlo Joan Klanfleld, Btoro- t«ry, and Bill 1'urdle, treasurer. Next Sunday morning a corporate communion of tho Fellowship will bo held nl tnc cany Hervlces (it 8 o'clock. Jt. WIIH aluo voted to change, tho time 01' meeting from Sunday evening In Monday, tho next regular muutlng being called for Monday, October 12. Kt. I'uul'H (lulld will bold i 11- day sewing mooting WednuHdiiy a)id tlm choir will rehourwe. Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The church Rcliodl liekl n nilly Hei-vlce yesterday morning, Iho Kev ei-enil William K. I'litrleK Npcnkllig on II|H vlnlt In the AlaHkuii Indian mlHfcloi) at ICctchlknn. Magazine Chairmen to Convene Tuesday Maga'/Jno clmlrrni'ii of nevnnlh fllw- trlcl, Ciillfornln ("IIMBI-CHM of I'nrenlH and ToaelierK, will meet TuoHdiiy afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home (if Mro. K. H. AltltiH, L'lM Twenllnlh Hi reel, Mro. Lnttii. Asli'in, dlHlrlct t-hrilrniuii, will prc-Mdit ul Ihn neWKlon. CO-ORDINATING COUNCIL AT BUSY SESSION Meeting lo roiiNldor wiirimunlly probloiiiH, liu-hidltiK Imltur organ- Imilim of welfare work, mnmborH of thn HaknrMfleld Cn-ordlnfitlnir Couni'll uro pictured horn nt: n rn- t-'ont dlnimr inciting hold at Kl T«Jon hotel. Fraternal, civic, sorv- let', school, church, I', T, A., county n rid city Kovftrnrnontw, county and fnderal welfare offices I'holu by Amundnen Hiudiu. were among ibo groups repro- aented at tho meeting. The oxoc- utlvo board of the council wits scheduled to hold n meeting this afternoon at fi o'clock at tho liotcl. TO ELEC STAFflFFICERS Supper lo Follow Initiation TuuighI;,Degree Team lo 'Assist at Rites Sumner Orove No, 08, Ancient Order of Druids, will conduct 1U first class Initiation of tno neasoh at a meeting to bo hold tonight, Tho degree team, under Hugo Blmmer- man, captain, will present tho degree work. Tho team IH rated tin one of the best of the stale by the otter. Election of officers la scheduled and all chair officers HaVo been re- nominated, It IN announcod. Installation will bo planned .for next month, Loon Abonncl, Br,, chairman of tho socltil committee, has planned a chicken and rftvlold dinner after tho meeting. Claude Chapello, noble arch, Will presides at tho meeting. SOCIAL INDIGESTION (toesrit live here any more 1 take 1 Cinrr'i Utttt tlver Till before iinil I afirr uiealu anil K't irll-f. ^('.M.(.'o. IlolMford-Moreno MlnM liemi UotHfurd ninl lleriiinn Moreno were wedded Hepl'nnliei' 'i'i lit n ((iiletly iin-aimed ceremony held at tho homo of Frank Norloga, jilHllct' (if the pence. The hrlrle WIIH lovely In n gown rif whltn wit In. She curried a Nbeiilh of Talisman buds. Mrs. Corn I llotn- ford, mill ron of honor, wore n gown of hliie cn-po inul enrrlnd Anierlc/in Meaiity riiHehudH. ('luirli-M Ceell of JIlKhliuid I'ill I; \viin tin- bnHl. iniili A Her the ceremony, I be group nd Journed to (lie AmhuHNiidor Chili where 11 wnddlng Kuppi-r WIIH en Joyed Ity flu- foregoing y, the Mr. nnd MTU, Tine Johnson MlHHf'M — Vclina Mill Mm. 1-. I'yln II. Hot H ford John KllcH Al fir Tod \VlekeiHliniii Frank Lucnti 1 telly Til 11101 Fllbe.li Ivnif Tnrr .llmmy flrler NirWt riender I llek Ken- .lolm HnInline llnnnrliiK Hncent Bride < Complimentary to Mrn. Kdward Glllett, who WIIH MlMN Virginia J.PO Slarkoy before bur nmrrliiKO Juno 1 In Vlsalla. Mr*. J. Harold Plnnoll and Mrs. T. L. Plnnoll ontertalnnd ill n limehion n nd nhowor party at Iho hotnn of Mrs. J, Harold PlnncH, 220 CHioBtur nveniie, Frldny. , The young eoiipln eloped to VI- Hiillii and wore wedded this mimmor, tho event (uilnilnntliiR a hlfrh Hchool roinun'.-e. Tho bride In Iho daughter or MTU. I'e/irl Wllllnms and thn lirldeurooin IH thn son of Mr. and MI-N. William Olllelt. f'lindleM, mixed flownrH nud an- mid i lioliilmenlH In a bridal motif doco- ruled the honip. Frl'-nilH ropreHenled In thn fjirt Hliowi-r. LieMlileH I he KiiewlH Included Mrs. Alia I'lrimn, Mrn. Tjoma HoWon and MldH I'"ay Plnnell. Attending were: i \ViMldud lli'i'r M|HM Itculnh Kntlior hcurlnft mid ThoiiuiH llurlirrl I liu'liiiiii, liolh or IjOH Ang<ilCiH, wcro wedded In Din parloi-H of Fll-Ht Unptlwl Cliiii-eli Sunday inorntnK "' H o'eloeU. The rltoH wore rend by thn Heverend H. c llnrrelt, piiHtor of the itlntreh. WltniiHHcn wero Alice T. \V. I'ltineli Loulsn Pyle U. J. Klilghl J. II. I'lnnell MlHHI'H • Ralim 1, ahoti lOinnin I'lnnell W. n. I'Innoll Ham Smith (!. Glllell Lloorgc Lutulry Klb.nbolh Carl- HOII Mary (Illlolt iinil Mi'M. I,IIIIK«'H Iteliirn I Jr. mid Mrs. I lurry iMiigo have reliirned Trum mi oulliiB of two weeloi In norlh'irn Oregon. They wern uccoiniianlod by L>r. l.angn'H Mrs. II. l'. Itiirreit i imreniM mid nlntor. Mr and Mt'H. I'nnu, or Lim Ait- ! l.t-wlw I.IIIIK" mid MlH« Laura Langn 'or Siittnn, Neb., who arrived a month IIKO lo Hpend the, winter bore. They enjoyed tltu trip upjlho Rod \vooil hlghu'iiy mid ntoppod for flnh- ln(f id Woahlnk lake, Slltcoos lake mid Hlimliiw river. lOn routn home, Ihey enipm down Iho viillny lilnhwny anil vlHlted In Yuhemlle Natlouul I'ark. Thn Journey WIIH of more than U'lOO Milieu. • • » Here l-'nini Smith l.ymiin HOHH. reprosoiHatlvo of Tulk ,M Company, bond houso of l.oii AIIK'-IPH, npent a woek with hlN inollier. Mm. Anna Dora HOHH at Mmiley Apartninntd, roccully. lie nlNo IN eiiJoyhiK a week at Santa Marhnra bdfiu-n relurulnK to I,OH A)iK'>lnN. Mist* AdnriiH M|HH )'/tho1 Adams who IB to wod Ilpiiry I ( . Hchnoor Friday ittftht, On- tober 2, was the guest of honor when AU'HdaniPH Walllb Dollnr and A. lj, lluskoy nnd MlHHfis Gertrude Wcltxi-l and KH||O Motiood nntor- tnlriud lit a kitchen Nhowcr and dcN- sort bridge party at tho homo of Mltw Wcltzel, 626 Flower Street. Kncli Inbln wus <>GII lured with a whlln cantllo lit a Hllver holder and wan Hod with a run lino bow of pits- tol Hhads. ZlnlfiH In matohlngr ( '°l- ora worfl about the room«, and the refreshments, frozen baskets of dalnly ICCH, were In tho namo shade and wero tied with pastel mallne l)OWH. 1'rb.PH at brldgu worn won by Miss Mary Mllloy, Mrs. H. A. Adams and MI«H Hu/.d AdaniH. Tho huHtPHMOH^ worn Mrn. .1. C. Oault, Mrn. M and' Mrs. TI. V. Hbavor. Thorn- proHcnt wero: by !„. Weltzel A. 7,. LfMllfi Harold lltmtlny William Iliuimiifl- HOII U. M. M»i<-- imughty (Tronu) W. .(.FoKlc C'llftoli C'IHBK I'aiil CJoodsell Poltpr Kennctb Norrls II. A. AdamH ITonry I-. Wolt«fl Orvllln iriom- forth .Ttiriips Onllalu-r Herbert Htauss Jlulh IiiKallH •laiiioH Curran (Avoiuil) AValll MlHMOH - Klhrl AduniM . XHa Fujun Hazel Adams Vlok-l f! Mary Mllloy l.iawn f-' Jano InjfHllM 13lHl« MoUood ClL-rlrtida \Vt-ltzcl * • * H<mft-UuUcr I lot rot Iml Providing thn surprise at a smartly appointed breakfast party at Hotel Ml Tnjon groon room Sunday morn Injf at 10:30 o'clock, Mrs. Anna Doni I!O«N announced the betrothal uf her daughter M|HH Mary Margurnt T{OSH tu Jubu T. llutlor of thlH city, for mcrly of Tularo. Tho onBiiKotnont was inado Itnowu on dainty curds aUnchod to corNiigcs hiHlorod itriiuiul a c-ontorplnco (if IOWOI-H and pundant bolls. Htream I'M reached from tho corsaRcs lo the IlK'HtH 1 placuB. CUiHtoro i.i f yellow ind whltn huby ohryH il«o docoratpd I hi! wcono. Minn KOHH IK a cliiiiglilor of n well nown UakerHfleld family, her father, he Into 1.. (.'. lions, having boon a for early No laler at SurprlHo llousewarmlng ' A groilp of friends entertained Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Weaver and family at a. surprise housewarmtng at their now home located at 2640 Center Htreet, Kast Bakersfleld, recently. MesdamcH 13. E. Arnold, L. J. Fryo and W. A. Norton were In hargo of arrangements. Tho evening was spent Informally, laying gamefl, With M)SH Uoldlo Vhllley hi charge. Tho Weavers wero presented with , bouquet, an occasional chair and thnr gifts. At. the closn of tho evening re- reshmenta wero served. Tboflo prospnt were: Messrs, and MoHdames— Arthur Vineyard 15. E. Arnold Arable HughoM Ooorge Abrams N'ouh AndriiH IQIvlH Qoln Wendell Dennis, Roy March Jr. TO. 13. Eggleston T,. J. Fryo Frank Stock W. A, Norton J. V. Llttlo Albert. Moss E. C. Whltley J. R. Evorctt Oral Wlllhlto W. II. Gill ' Paul DeWIlt William Asplttlo J. 13. Paddock, Homer Weaver Jr. L. Prloo J. W. Weaver MoHdnines— N. IS. Uee-H Paul Axloy Mary Uarboi- DR. PAINLESS PARKER DENTIST 20th and CHESTER AVENUE BAKERSFIELD DINTAl OrHCIS IN PHINCIPAt PACIMC COAST CITIII Good pictures are easy with JIFFY KODAK For $!) we lliink Jiffy Kodak Six-Hi is "lops." Makes 2'i." \ •I '/j" Hnupsliols as easily as a box camera, yrt it's a full-ri folding cnnicra thai tucks into your coat pocket. We'd like lo show you the Six-lH today, or its companion the Six-20, for 21,4" x3Vi" pic- lures at $8. Either model will do a real snapshooting job for you. KIMBALL & STONE Tht Particular Drugglttt Phone 53 Phono 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Bnkervfleld, Calif. "I (omul an ^ easy, grand , way to get back ( those precious pounds" regain lost wcluht Is a simple JL mutter when certain bodily func- UIIIIH uro rcNtorcd to norm/it. Of forc- innFit |ni])orlnnec Is Ilic htlmuliillon of dlgcsllvr juU'M In the ptomachtouinko lirltcr use of the food you <rat.. .ninl rcstoriillon of lowered rccl-blootl-crlls lo turn the illgonlc(l food Into flrtn Ilr.sh. S.S.S, Tonic does Jusl thlg. l-'orgrt about underweight worries If you are deficient In Momiidi dlacH- live JulreH niul red-blood-cello. ..just Inlie S.S.S, Tonic Imincdlnti-h' before riu-li meiil. .Shortly you will lie <lc- lighted with tlir way you will feel... yinir friends will compliment you on ilic way you will look. ,S.S,S.Tonic In esiicelnlly designed to build hlurily licnllli.. .Its remarkable viihir Is liim- tried and Nclenllllcully nroven.. .Unit's why It makes you feel IIKr ynuvM'lf iignlu. Avullnbli 1 . nt any drug ntoru, ©S.S.S.Co ninn of tbo city for many •ears, The wedding 1 IH not .'ember, Opnii hoiiHO wan cujuyud bo brldo-Qlocl'H homo. Attondlny wero .Salvador Uorrtiu?. n. I" 1 . JonnlngH Alan It. JucobH Haxto T. Wulluco Martin Ahmann Mlllard Olbnon W MlSHCB -Virginia Voor- Uharlotto Anno' Mooro Marthk Ouud- lueh Lola LlorgHton Floronoo Kopp M. 11. .Almond John C. Campbell Wllnm 1 larvtiot JiunoN 10. tlallagy Donald Margaret nurton n«lty Oraluun ItjllKubuth Hpcars Martha Oraharn Fur lie-cent llr|do Honoring Mr». Roy Ptpea, tho I'oi inf-r Miss Sally Wilchor, a recen drldo, tho M|BBPM Doralliy Dillon un Helen Alexander wero c6-boslesHa ut a show-or party Frldny evening a tho Dillon homo. ClahiPH, serving of refrouhmonlo presentation of glftM and u moc vei'p fcatureH of the joll Pin no PclectloiiH were pro willed by Minn Ititiuona PrUi'B wnro won by Mrs, l*lp(-H. Mr« Orul Parish nnd Mrs. Irdoil • Attending wure; Edith Hoba Young Library Patterns Are Granted Reading Diplomas , , ,,l , ^ , ,L ' -..,.., .1 ->. .... . . ' „ ,' l' * V T IBRAlif readlng'jjonors W*ro dls- Jutrtbutcd to 329 Bakerafleld chll- dren and 41 Olldale children at parties conducted" ' Saturday, Young patrons ,of the boys', and ,girls,' library gathered tit Boiila Park Inhere games and story telling w4re cdh- duotod by Miss Virginia, gehultH. Donald Klncald and Pfttrlala Broomo won book prizes for aubtnlttlnjr.the beat reports on their summer reading. Tho children who receive diploma* for reading eight, or more good books months; and during others the sumtrier •who:. .received gold seals for 12 6r mdrb approved volumes .worn, the: following: w ' At Beule Park • Patsy .• Abejli Larry Adolphson, Martha Alexander, Jo Ann Ash, Louis A/cvedo, Barbara Baker, Jane Barker, Betty Lou Blair, Gay. Brelt- Ingor, JSIwyn Broomo, Patricia Broome, Robert Broonlo, Jeano Bti- zard, Laura May ChrlBtensbhj Llnnlo Jane Claypoolo, Mary, Lot) Claypool, -Patricia .Corwln, Blanche .Cremer, Dora Darke, Patricia Day, Charles Dlxon, Willis Fry, Eleanor Fung, Charles Fiissel, Hoy Fussel, WJlnm Fussel, Qrueo CJHman, Betty Cllantz, Jean Oretleln, Honald CJrlder,. Ma- sakl Hagfwara, Mary Harness, Betty Hayes, Holmes, Dlok Henderson, Harry Frances Hummel, Donald Maude Hellrrutii MlHBCH Vivian Weaver Hylvla IJobbH Wllnut Norton l,oul.se Abrams Dudley Krquhart Anna Bryson F. P. Kdmlnson M. Plunkett Howena Frye Uuth Olll Uoldle Whltley Dorothy March Mamlo liverett Kenneth Weaver Roy Everett Khvood Fryo Wllford GUI, Jr. lOlnior Everett . .If Flunkett 1 loward March Children- Waldo Ooln .luckln llolliniin Hobblu tilll Jnwell Qlll Ilnno Fryc: Robert Arnold Arleuc Arnold Doak Olll Howard Cllll Huth Whltloy Klncald, Betty Jean Krelsle, Jlmmlo Kulras, Marie Kllewer, Dorian Landstrom,. Noama Ledbetter, Audrey Lundqulst, Agnes Morelll,- Margaret Morrans, Ruth Nichols,' Law^ reiico Nicholson, Jerry Oliver, Leo Oliver, Eva Elizabeth Palmer, June Porter, Katherlne Richardson, Marilyn Rogers, Zangwlll Root, Barbara Singleton, Patricia Snuffln, Lois Yvonne Sl.evenapn, Dora I>ee Sweeney, Aklko Tamura, •'Klyoko ^a- mura, Betty Toner, Patty VanMeter, Marilyn Westfall, Phyllis White, Arllno Williams. John Woods, Betsy Ann Young, Charles Ewar- tendyk. Hnkor Street liranch At Jeffernon Park, another crowd of young library patrons gathered Where Mrs. Esther Campbell of tho Baker Street Branch told a story Of ''Sunbonnet DayH," a chapter from a book by 15. D. Ts'ely describing oul ture coming to the prairie. Children from this branch who received gold seals on their dlpjo 1 mas were: Virginia Lou Adams, Pa. trlcla Atchlnson, Betty Jo Avery, Sara Jane Avery. Eda Banducct, Norbert Baaslll, Janet Beaty, Ted Bennett, Scott Bradford, Agnes Buckner,. James Caldwell, Jr., Russell Harper Campbell, Esther , Car rlllo, Ruth Castle, John Cramer, Fayo Crousn, Rosle Davis, Carolyn Duns, Frederick Wesley, RIahartj Ualland, LO|H Qlllcflple, Harlan Gil- more, &ut, OrBmnv r&]A .uff-, man, Effle Ingram, Jejwet Keege', Paula Keese, Irene Lowe. Hernlco McCan, Betty Martin,'. Beverly Martin, Mary Hlta. Martin, Marjorie Mead, Llla Mlllef. ' •> More Gold- Seal ,, Wilbur Miner, Ted Mull, MaXlno Nichols, ChaHea Nleoltil, Larry Nloo. lal, Luz Ortega,'- Of el la Ortega, Bernard Pauly, Mary Pauly, Duice Pawson, Joan Peacock, Aflelo Peyre, Virginia Carl Proctor, Roblsoh, Aspasla Radoumis, Darleno Hob Won, Marie Adoree Roux, Betty Moo Hal nvon, Marjorlo Schullst, Bcrnlee tie- panlan, Patty Slmanok, Harold Simpson, ^Sterling Slatton, Wllma Slaughter, David Smith, Wanda Jean$mlth, Maxlhe Starr, Alston Thomas, Vernard Thompson, Helen Turner, Joanne Turner, John Turner, 1 Georgia Van Wy, aeraldlne Vawter, Anita Vermont and Norma Zaiil, Other children receiving diplomas for reading eight books at this branch were . Charles Burke, Elaine Chaplin, Howard Grouse, NoHno Fidler, Beth Fray, EUon Jean Qekas, Ernest James- Oekos, Lorraine Qlantz, La Verno Goodrich, Mary Ellen Graham, Ellhore • Hankey and Anna Jane Joyner. Clarence Kitchen, Llda Knlffen, Joyce Lehman,, Jackie Dean McNeil) Irvin Mallard, Max Mondoza, L*onnlo Pathe, Teddy Phllley, Pe,nelqpo Rado- umls, ,.Lois Redfern> Djck/Rlgglns, Peggy Sheehan, Clifton Gerald Sutherland, Kathryn Sutherland,- MaiJy Jean Thompson, Barbara Tlbbet'ts, Ha Jean Stoddard, ' . At Olldalo •.--... The first story hour of, tho season waB conducted Saturday at the Oll- dald branch when tho library diplomas wero also distributed, It was reported today by Sidney Heo.uem- botirg, branch -librarian. Ollddle children receiving gold seals on their diplomas were: Roberta Anderson, Jerry Bovana, Qeorgo Bevor, Kenneth Boulter, Barbara Chambers, James Lowell Haggard, Lionel 1-IarUoll, Barbara Trogdon, Doris. Trogdon, • Marian Walters, Jeanne Woessner, Dan Herlng, lion- ora Herlng, Jack Hiemforth, Eleanor Johnson, 'Robert " Kalar, Virginia Kelly, Lorraine Lee, Jemima Me- Cormlc. Franclno MIllor.Dlsnoy Rlc- arda, Clifford Schmidt, Betty Schuler, Constance Schuler, Jeanette Scofield, Joan Scofleld, Kuth Smoot, Geneva Stewart, lona Marie Thomas. Olldalo children- reading eight books '•'. and receiving certificates were: Leona Abbott, Norma Loo Bradford, Constance Frank, Norma. Jones. Patt Lultrell, Dick McAllister, Qenevleve Moore, Jlmmlo Pennell, Kathleen Pennell, Mary Ann Russell, Rena Russell, Pauline Thornburg. ft^,^ w .Women "Instructors oh indh.S'dhool Staff Art New high* school teachers' of and 1886 were honor guests at an informal reception, SAtUPdayf a<tb& noon at the honte of Mrs. TFwbm Franols Klausner, 7i28 t*«Hty^elghth street, co-hostesses with Mrs,; Klauo- ner were Mrs. Joseph tener, Miss Edith McLean and Miss Josephine Wiley.- , , -, r, , Clover use of 'a sbhoolroofh motif was made In Invitations simulating blackboard announcements and Allies of miniature dunce caps. Bridge, monopoly, lexicon and easy money formed tho diversions of the aft&r- noon. Later mock prizes were distributed arid light refreshments served, The honor guests Included: , • • , Esther Httittt IU»ln« Hoott , Mary Itllfl«l)r«nd NtncT King n»nn»Ty Dlvls Corol Hiiolih»r Paullnt Oulda Hort» ]lle1m«ll Mkurte Plfe Among other llemlc* tlrtddon Ylol» B«n» Flot«ni;iMi ]«»bel Mdrrb •Ann Ilttd guests, also members of tho high school staff were? Itilen Bull* l.llltan Uolen lUnrltttt MoUin Wlzib»th f»n6n« Mar> llouttobi '••'•, Grmc« Ptfllock Ann* Ivupton , v Orac« Bird M«H»r«t Msycr Kdlth Flttrlbboa Dorothy DonihAt K(!iu suihniera HaniAldrtoh Oanut McBrldi Veto T>0» FRATERNAL Sumner Circle, Druidesses Hold Nomination and Initiation Meeting Donald Newberry Arleno Weaver * * * liiiieocli-\Yulei-iimn Wedding Upon tlm return of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Waterman from tho east, un- louncoinent of their wedding Sop- ember 18 In Kansas City, Mo., has )ecn mudo known to local frlonda. Mrs. Waterman was 'Mra. Pearl Hancook beforn tho rites, which wore leld In North-East Prt-Hbytorlau Jhurch. KanBiiH City is the birth- plauo of tho bridegroom and tho wedding occured near bis birthday an- ilvm-Btti-y. MI-H. Waterman left BakerKflold July IS, visiting In Long Beach, Denver, Manloii HprlngH, Colorado SpringH, Carthago a)id Joplln, Mo., and Tulmi, Ultla. Tho honeymoon was spent at Orand Canyon where the uewlywodi WIM-D ruglslorod at El Tovar hotel. They are now i)t homo on Camlna Sl«i-ra, In Primii. Vera Park. Prizes Awarded at Council Card Fete Orul Pal-tub Irdoll \Vllclior J. L, Aloxnndur MlBSCS — Houluh lJuvlH Phyllis HaiiHiMi DorlH Forrest Mary Deo Will. IttlllH Nolllo . Ci L Uydcr KOI- J REAL HELP FOR XTERNALLY CAUSED IMPLE! belief comes fast for unsightly ilmples, rashes, Itch and tor> uent of ecsema and other skin rrltatlon*. Start treatment on!ght.0lntment25c,8oap26c. CUTICUR SOAP and OINTMENT Slopp MIHH Avlleun 8topp un lu»r blrlhdny annlvcmnry, a party and gift Hhowor wa« hnld In her honor at th« homo of Mrs. \ t . W. Holland, am California avotiuo, Bat- urday ovtinlnic. The function wan given ,by Mian Btepp'a mother. Othera attending were; Mtirgurot Ulllu Nola MUP Kv«lyn Haiuln Tod Mury UoUHiid iVooliu llolliuul Uertrudo 14uka M»rllyn Pulo Dot Waro Franc** Oltve-v . ctuldnn Uoughorty Moiwra,— I'lU'StPi- A'ttn Hunt Jerry I'oywj- Mcrcdlih Munirty Vei'Uoh uutwoll Mowiird Kluwen BUI Campion Toirtmy Cnnli'oll .limm.v Oilvpv . lUfun l\\ Hotluml. Ml Tojon Council, No. 21fi, Degree of PocahontnH, held tho third of a sorlos of card part (OR Friday afternoon In 10nnl<'8 hall with Mm. IQtluM WIIllH and Mrs, ICdlth byonn as co- hostesses, Prizes In five hundred were, awarded to Mrn. Hlanchn S|s- HOII and MI-M. lllanohn Wanhburn. MI-H. Ulllan Hockloy won tho traveling-award. Prizes in ped.ro went to MI-H. Mary Marinton and Mm: TSll»o)l Wnldron. Mr». Mm-Hton was awarded a travollUK prlxo, A. door award WOH tnkeu by Mi's. Fern Davis. Tho fourth and lawt of the nnrlcn will bo held at Kagles' ball Friday, uotober l> at U o'clock with Mrs. Foru DuvlB and Mr*. Marln Teaa us oo-bustoBscH. Five hundred ttnd po- | d)'(i will 1»- played. Gruud prizes will bu awarded. li!l Ti'Jou Council onu-rtalnotl at a poclal ovcnlnir following a business meeting Friday evening. Bunco and other gaim-w, and dancing occupied tho evening. Prizes In bunco wore awarded to Mrs. William Cooper, Mrs. JaiU't llrooks and Mrs, Ettu Hood. Mt'ii'u prli'.oa wor« awarded : to John Natlont* and William Hoed. j Tho chlldrou'H award was tuUon by l.iivvrouee NuckloH, At a late hour tvfrcahinontft wcro mu-vod by Mrn, Kll««n WaUiron. cluiltwan awtaleit by Mcxdauies Uoltlo Ilrooks. Qr'acci Orlmaud, „ Lulu lterg»s, Margaret Claflln, FranoU Slnuuon ana Kuu Heed, Plann Wero begun nl»o for a Halloween party October S3, TCI Tejon Council will meet In regular nosulon Friday, October 9 at which time « oltiKH of cundtdatei* will bo adopted with 151 Tejon's degree t*tt,m ex»m- pllfylnig tho degree. Th« team is hoadod by Ulndmiy l.yoiiH, nuptHln. Mr», Margaret Claflln Is chairman of iTfroAlitju'ntH, " 4 « »" MICA?; till»< ON" TRAM Ml8» Wnrbiirti Shunuilp. who en-1 Mills ColleRe Ihlx fall was u.) of tho froshnmn at thu THIRST nomination of officers was •*• held and a class of 15 candidates was Initiated when Sumnor ^Circle No. 107, Order of Druldeases, niet recently In Druids hall with Mrs. Marie Tens, arch Druldens, presiding-. Ono hundred and five members. The chapter's degree team exemplified tho work under the direction of Mrs. Mario Houze, past grand arch Druldcds. Among tho candidates Initiated wero Robert Byers. Fred AlllppI, Irennle Roberts, Emma Barker, Ann Thompson, Elizabeth TlbbetH, Mao Williams, Blanche Washburn, NOrma Lawrence, Ruth Lyklns, Jennie Mo- latorc, Jerry Dlttmer, Ethel Smetzer, Ueva Mahaffey and Jessie Bible. Delectable Meal Following the business meeting of the participants retired to .the banquet room where a delicious Spanish supper was served vfclth Mrs. Pauline Traguerl as chairman, assisted by MuHdamos Efflo Oeffner, Virginia t.lndhtrom. Kern Davis, Eileen Waldron, Blanche Dillon, Gall Caldwell, Messrs. Arthur Oarnes, Claude Chapelle, Hugo Zimmerman, Louise Plerrl, Pete Vlllard, Harold Chapelle and Ely Byraud. A special prize WOB awarded lo William Gerfioit, past noble urch of Sunnier drove. Installed us Trustee, Mrs. Mary MonU'Hh was installed nual birthday dinner of. Sumner Clrclft when a Frontier Days motif will bo expresstd. !Che affair will be held October 8 at which time Frontier costumes will be worn, Mrs. Blanche Dillon Is chairman of arrangements, assisted by a large committee. .Entertainment and-dancing will follow the business session. The next meeting of Sumner Circle will bo hold on that date, October 8, at 8 o'clock. Second nomination of officers will be held. chairman of trustees to fill a .vacancy caused by the resignation of Mrs. Mary Kralce, who la away. She Installed .by Mrs. Fern -Davis, . district deputy grand arch DruideeR. Plans wwe Completed for the an Kebelcali Practice Bakerwfleld Rebekah lodge Is announcing drill team practice Tuesday evening at 7:30 O'clock at I. O. •* O. F. hall. S. T. Francisco, drill team captain, is requesting all members to be present aq It Is the last practice before initiation. ' .United Artisans ,-.''.' United Artisans, Assembly, No. 541, will meet tonight at tho home of Mrs. John JSnger, SlS'Haybert Court at 8 o'clock.. Theodore Claflln, master artisan, is asking all members to attend the session, which is the second to be held this fall. No Meeting Tuesday The'rc will be*iio meeting Tuesday of Sequoia Circle, Neighbors of Woodcraft, the, regular meeting to be next Tuesday, evening at Eagles' hall. -..-. Tnlchcs Tribe Talebes Tribe, No. 1B4, Improved Order of .Red Men, will meet In regular session tonight at 7:80 p'clock In the K. of P, hall., D. K. ''Williams, aucliem, will •p're^ldo. "' Tejon Court /Prodlce- .- * Tejon .Court, Border: Of Amaranth, No. 41, will Hold practice Tuesday evening at the Masonic temple at 7:30 o'clock. Officers ar? requesting a full attendance. . No Punllilplia Meeting There will be no meeting of Pen- talpha Club Tuesday of tbte wook, the next session to be October ti at - tbo home of Mrs. R. 11. Bewiok, ; 2700 Twenty-flrat street. • - - Soroptimists to Enjoy Jolly Fete Members of ; lhe Soroptlmlst Club will wear Frontier Day costumes to tholr meeting Tuesday night when a birthday fete also 'will bo' hold for associates having natal anniver- saries'In July, August and September. 3,'he party" will bo In tho form of a dinner At 0:45 o'clock at Hotel El Tejon. ' • ,• . Mrs. Tod Benzlno Is chairman of arrangements for the .birthday party. At tho buslnesn meeting, Mrs. Ptirter Turner, president, will present a'complelp. report on tho recent national convention held at Kansas City. , ••'" • « « » i • TO LOS ANCUSLES Mrs. Carrie Colt, 1417 King street, left today for Los Angeles to attend the-Charts Foundation Qurnieht Fitters' InBtituto to be held In tho southern city tho rosl of this week. Miss Ellen Doughty of the home office at Alllngham, Pa., will conduct the Instltutp. W. R. C. Announcement All past presidents of Hurlbut Woman's Uellpf Corps are requested to meet at Memorial hall Tuesday, September 29, at 2 o'clock, Junior Auxiliary Members Coiiduct Initial 'TUlli relation of the senior and •*• Junior auxiliaries was the subject of Mrs. Anna Humble past president of the former when the junior auxiliary of Frank S. Key- noIdH Unit, Ainerk-an LeglOn Auxiliary met for Its first fall seaaloii, at Legion hull. Miss Betty Urcith- iiupi prenldod. Committees for.full /will be October, Mlm Frances Itrown ainl Miss Amelia Miller. November, Miss Audrey Hugltoa and Miss Mildred Reed. December, Miss Margory Eilyart and Miss Irene llag- aitian. lat CAMELS SET ME RIGHT!" HUMAN BULLETS. Hugo and Mwlo Zacchiai are ihot from » monster cannon in tha Rlngllng Bro«,*Barnum it Bailey Circus. Think of th« jolt tbty take. But. a« Hugo says; "You'll, find us at mealdmes enjoying our G»mel». They ktcp dlgeJtioa -working -smoothly,', 1 SMALL BUT SPREDY. Mrs, EtbelArn,old, tcanis champioa,. says: "I smoke Camels with my meals for digestion'* sake aqd *n- Joy my food more and digest i( better." Camels stbnulftta digestion by increasing the flow of digestive fluids,.. aMal|n«tJige«ive fluid*. Wt*ke Camel jour cigarette—todsy) Vt ' "

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