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Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, September 30, 1936
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5^«"?. ' * THE BAKKttSnELD "CALH'ORNIAN, WEDNESDAY, BBPTBtfBEk 30, 1»3« William Robb Here to Sing nt Sister's Wedding; Wins Roles in Drnmn Wtlllarn Rohb, tenor sololut, who is the Bon of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Itobb of Frultvalo avonuo, will Mng "Tho Voloo In the Wilderness" (John Crnndall Scott) Kunday morning at First Prcubylorlan Church. Similes In South Tho young slnpor In ft voice student of Conrad Mills «'f knn Anffol«i«. nnd a senior stuclmit of Marta Oat- tnnn of tho Marta Oatnmn Theater School »n Wllshlvn hotilnvard. Ho has appeared riM.-nntly In ncvoral i>layn ui WilBlilm Mixill thoatnr, umons them 1'hlllp Barry'H "Tho YOUDROSt." T-IO HIU1K t.W<l B0lo« 111 this pcrformnnco. In tlm leading rolo »in<l WHB recalled four tlmon. lid IH now cant In a tfirnn-iict com- «.'tly, "Ada UontH tho Drum." Mr. llolib In a fnrrnfir pupil of Mr*. I'arlo Kmltli. who alflo IH tho tnachrr of MlHH Hr-lly O'Hrlon, tto- prano winner In the Callfornlu Hour over mdlo Htatlon KKItN. Wrilillnft Sunday Ho will bd 111" vocal HololHt at I ho wciMInK of II!H Hlfitpr, Mlon Hniuildlnn Kohl i, who will bo mnrrlod to Kenwood HarrlMon at I o'cliic.U Kundiiy lit the. homo "f her imrontti. Tho wwldhiK eereinony will 1m read liy tho llov. .lolin Murdoch, piuiUir of Flint. IT'.-nhytcrlan Church. Mm. .Smith will iK-rninpnny Mr. Hohh. Mr. Iliirrlpoii IH u nvmbor of tlm Hiilen ilopiirtment of the An*op|atnil Oil at t'onlliitcft. Bible School Exoctilives at First Chrifttiun Church Assigned lo Duties Mrs. Howard A. Soeilnr Mr. and Mrs. tlownrd A. Boeder, who were wedded Tuenrlay morn- IriK at Ht. Jonepli'H Catholic ehurch, uro now honeymooning In northern California. Mrs. Hoeder wan MlHH Yvollo Guoydan before her rnarrluK" 1 - Who IH Ireamiror of SlKiiiu 1'hl OHinma sorority. The. couple will live at IS! NlleH Htronl. Lutheran Society Meeting Thursday Momborn of thn IjadUm Aid Horloty of Ht. -•lohn'H Lutheran chnrrh will meet Thurndiiy afternoon In tho BO- olal hall of tho church at 2 o'clock. Tho liuutoHSHH will h<- Mr«. John AVcstlund and Mrs. J. A. Macfarlane. Lutheran Young People Plan Meet TlcporlH of a convention In Ilerke- ley on Labor day will bn innde when young pooplo of Ht. John's Lutheran Church conduct n, regulnr business meeting this evening fit S o'clock In the Nodal room on C street between Nineteenth nnd Twentieth HtrpotH. PlariH nlHo will bo niudn for a rally of young people November 1, from Fresno, Terra Holla, Vlsnlla, Itanford, Delano nnd Bnkoriiflolcl. llontofmcm will bo thfi Mlnnen Kulher, Until and Lucille Kuoffner. 1937 General Electric 7-Tube 95 $ 47 Other models $29.96 and up, board of teachers and offlcerii Of the rtlblo school of tho first Chrlstlnn church opened tlm now year of tho school last night with a dinner In Bethany hall at tho church. Tho principal object of tho meeting wan to lay plans for the annual full rally day which will bo conducted next Hunday. leaders of tho school hope for 800 pupils In uttondunoo next Hunday. All departments havo new offloorH and aro ready for tho gathering together of till tlm old and many new members. Tho dinner meeting was presided over by II. Wilson, tho general superintendent of tho school. FxiadeM of Hchool Tho other officers and teachers Installed lust Hundny wern: l^sn VVII- lillo, assistant HUperlntendnnt; Dr. Hay Walt, reception arid enrollment; Kenneth Johnston, general socro tary; Chris)Inu llanvlllo, aMnlHlant secretory; Miss Ol«ta Simpson, tretui urer; Mrs. .lames Bishop, cradle roll suporlntorident. Teachers nnd offlcors aro: Mrs. 11. C. Clfimenl. Mrs. \V. II. Durchor, Mrs. Kvolyn Thomas, Mary Wlnn. Hoglnners' department: Mra. I^iurn I'lerson, superintendent; Hose Mario Allen. ICthel liohlrisnn, Mrs. Chan. Martin, Mrs. Veir/.ola Trono, Mrs. I'car I Wilson, Mrs. C. C. Douglass, Mary Fram.'ls Douglass, teachers and officers. Other Departments Primary department, Mrs. Orover Hhaokelford. superintendent. Mrs F. B. Warner, Mrs. Until C'oales Mrs. n. V. Liunmlman, Mrn. W. C. Jiirrelt, Mrs. Huel llaston, Uoyd Lammlman, James MiiHtln, teachers ami officers. Junior department—Mrs. . Ray Walt, superintendent: Mrs. Floyd Agee, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. John Peru, Mrn. t'oarl Apperson, Mrs. U. K. Hall, O. A. Gary, Mar- Inn Mandell, tcuchern, Intormodlato department — Mrs. Lee Wllhlle. suiierlnlnndent. Clarn Hexroth, KiLlhorlne Holland, Jack Allen, Mrs. II. r. Nowlln, Mrs. K. M. (Inrnnr, Mrs. Moreno Preston, | Mrs. .luck Alien, Paul l''arrell, Young people's department- -John Pom, Hupcrliilondont: ('. 11. Haw- lings, MI-H. Frank Colllim, Mrn H. H. t'pshfiw, I'ViinU Collins, toachern. Adult ti'iic.hors are Reverend CbarloM Hiilmo, Mrs. Chnrlns 11. Htilmo, Mrs. Conrad Wlnn, Mary Cathnrlnn Durant. Hulistltutim Huhntltutn teachers nro: Mm. H. R. I.enhart, Mrs. C. 15. Rawllngs. Frank Plorson, It. V. Tiammlman: Krultvalo Hlhln Kr.hool, Jrmnph Allen; Fairfax Bible Hchool, f.'liirenco Lewis. CIHCI.K TO MI1KT To plan a country fair at tho church October 111 Liigunn. Park Circle of First Presbyterian Church will moot at the homo of Mrn. C. HashhiK'er. 181!) < 'range. Drive, Thiirsdiiy afternoon at 2 o'clock, Mrs. Merrill Caldwell will preside. Mrs. O M. Armstrong and Mra. Maurice Van Undol will assist the llOStnHS. Literary Sorority Notes Minn Margaret ICuchn was elected recording secretary and Mlse Myrtle Orlbblo was named parliamentarian whon a biislnedH rneollng WIIH held recently of Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Hlgnrn Phi literary sorority. Tho Megaton wan conducted at tho homo of Mm. L. D. McOllI at tho McOlll apartments. I'larm wero mada for attending "Gold In the mils" or "Tho Dead Sister's Hecrot" Thursday night and arrangements Wero mado for fall events. Mrs. Walter KlioewmlUi was appointed librarian lo have charge of "Book of tho Month" books. Tho meeting ended with ft surprise shower for IVflss Julia Cordon I, who IB to become tho bride of Henry 1C. Carson In November. Draw prizes wero won by Ml«s I5sta Fao-Meyers nnd Mrs, Paul David. Dainty refreshments were served. • « * Smart Party Hovoral guests shared, thu hospitality of Hlgnm Phi Oamma sorority Tuesday night, at a cocktail Literary Society Meets Officers Include Miss Doll Shlvely, presldont; Miss Hazel Acord, vice- president; Miss Margaret Keuhn, recording secretary: Mrs. Andrew Helmforth, corresponding secretary; Mrs. T, n. Claflln, treasurer; Miss Myrtlo Orlbblo, parliamentarian; and Mrs. Walter Hhoesrnlth,. literary director. Mumbers Include: Mesdamca— Herman Agoo T.JR. Claflln ISdward C'ariflold Andrew Helm- Paul David forth Leslie Heath L. D. MeMahon Loo Brown Curtis Wardhaugh Mlnsos— Ha/el Acord Irene Curfman Margaret Kuohn Uotty Peterson Hazel Williams Helen Olson party at tho club building, Violet Baxloy « » • Mrs. Mtmson Visiting Julia Cordonl Myrtle Orlbblo Knta Fao Meyers Dell Shlvely Mary Hcnon Glasgow rooms In Woman's | Mrs, Daisy L, Munson of Red Frontier Days wore suggested by costumes, a red and while checked tablecloth, old-tlmo games, prizes and rofrenhrnents. A progressive dinner has been postponed, and there will be no regular meeting tonight. Mra. Howard Lastor won chairman of arrangements. Others on the arrangements committee wero Mrs. Clinton Fowler and Mrs, 15m- molt Htnlth. Wing, Minn,, Is visiting her brother Frank II. Kratka of 2807 Sunsot avcntio and her daughter Miss Bar bara Ooblor of this city. She will leave next week end to spend a week with relatives and frlonds In tho south. While there she will visit Miss Oenevlevo Kratka and her brother, Frank H. Kratka, Jr.. at tho University of Southern Callfor nla. Slio will return for a week's I slay hero before going on to San I Kranclsco, accompanied by her Members of Theta Tail daughter, Miss Ooblor. They will Theta Tnti Thcla rorlty will meet at fi o'clock at Hotel Padro tonight. Mlas Annette O'Hhaughnessy will of tho overling. bo the In Hopkins Homo Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Hopkins, 804 Jackson street, havo as tholr guests their Hon-In-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Clarkln of Hedwood City, who will remain until Hunday. have several days sight-seeing In tho bay region. Mr. Kratka had nol scon bin Mister since coming wesl 22 years ago. » » * Dolta Theta Tan Oamma XI chapter of Delta. Thota Tau sorority will meet tonight at headquarter)) of tho Coca Cola Bott ling Company on Nineteenth street at 8 o'clock. Roosevelt Scores Reds and Denounces G. 0. P. Evasion County Endeavor Executives Will Convene Friday (Continued From I'aye One! EASY TERMS WITHAM & BOOTH RADIO AND 1IOMK APPLIANCES fox Theater ItullilInK 2015 H Street 2015 H Street Montgomery Ward Will Close Saturday Morning From fl:n() to 1! :!iO a. m. Don't You Wish You Had Long Hair This Week? Long hair lakes lime to KI-OW, but even if you du not desire it long you would like it beautiful. Nyal's Hirsutonc Keeps Your Hair Well Groomed—Try a Bottle Today Price $1.00 KIMBALL & STONE TH» Particular Druggittt Phone 63 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Bukemfleld, Calif. <s«r: led Abraham Lincoln a Human •mperor; Theodore Hooiiovell a do- troyer, Woodrow Wilson a self-con- Htlluled MesHliih." Knlfta Issue Mr. Roosevelt did not name tho 'Individuals and groups" w ho. "des- imralo. In mood, angry at failure. ! running In purpose. . . . aro seek- j ng to make communism un Issue ! n an election where oomniunlmn In •lot a controversy between tho two | •niijor parties." ' j A Whllo House, statement a. few I weelin ago denounced Publisher | William Randolph Hearst, without | mining him, for accusing Mr. Roosevelt of accepting communistic sup-i port. Tho Issue also him boon pub- ! national chairman, and Frank Knox, llepubllcan lontlal candldato. Truo Ainerlean "Here and now, oneo and for alt, lot us bury that red herring, and destroy that false ISBUO," Mr. Roosevelt said last night. "You are fa- nlllar with my background. You know my heritage, and you uro familiar, especially In tho stato of Now York, with my public service ex- buck over a quarter of a century. For nearly foitr years 1 liavo boon President of tho United Htates. A long record has been written. In that record, both In this stalo and In (ho national capital, you will find a simple, clear and consistent tidheronco not only to tho letter, but to tho spirit of tho, American form of government. "To Unit record, my future and the future of my administration will conform. I have not sought, T do not seek, I repudiate tho support of any advocate of Commun- Ism or of liny other alien 'Ism' which would by fnlr means of fnul change our American democracy," "That Is my position. It always has beon my position, tt always will bo my position." Mr, Hoosevult no difference We Want to See the Parade of Frontier Days PHILLIPS SCHOOL OF MUSIC All Instruments Reasonable Rates OFFICE: 1512 Nineteenth " Phono JU98 DIFFERENT KIND OF WHOLE WHEAT SHREDS Rattle Creek, Mich, Those who havo preferences for n rcady- to-cat ccrcnl mndo of wholo wheat are enjoying a now tnsto experience In eating: Kellogg'a Wholo Wheat Krumblos. By the Kellogg process, wholo kernels of wheat aro fihrecldud In looao form. Tho Bhredn nro then tlcliclously flavored with tho Kellogg blend of innlt, augur nmi salt. Finally, thoy nro tAastcd crisp nnd crunchy to ^a rich, golden brown. No other oercal is shredded nnd flavored this way. Kcllogg's Wholo Wheat Krumbles nro grand with milk or crcum. Nourishing. Sold by grocersevery- where. You cnn BOO tho crisp, uppo- tiidnff shreds through tho Cellophane window tn tho paokago. existed between Democrats mid Republicans on Communism; tho dlf- f""renef>, ho continued, was In how they dealt with Communism. .Made-lo-Order Crisis "In the spring of 19311 wo faced a which was the ugly fruit of 12 years of neglect of tho causes of economic and social unrest. It was a crisis made lo order for all thoso who would overthrow our form of government. "Ilo T need to recall to you the fear of those dnyw—the reports of those who piled supplies hi their basements, who laid plans to gut their fortunes across (ho border, who got themselves hldcuwn.VH In (he country against Ihe Impending upheaval? Do 1 need to rerall tho law-abiding heads of peaceful families who began lo wonder, us thoy saw (heir children starve, how they could got the bread they saw hi tho biikery window? . . . Do T need to rerall tho powerful leaders of Industry and blinking who fame to me In Washington In thoso early duyu of 1033 pleading to bo saved? "Most people In the United States remember today tho fact that starvation was averted, that homos and farms wero saved, that banks wero reopened, that crop prices rose, that Industry revived, and that the dangerous forces subversive of our form I of government wero turned aside." Contrasts Methods Then Mr. Roosevelt contrasted Republican and Democratic handling of the depression. Tho Democrats, he said, "met the emergency with emergency action. Hut fur more Important than that, we went to tho roots of the problem and attacked tho ammo of tho crisis." Tho Republicans, ho said, wero faced with tho same problem. . . . "Tho previous national administration, bewildered, did nothing. Tn their speeches, they deplored It, but by their actions they encouraged It. Lucking courage, they evaded. Being selfish, they neglected. Being shortsighted, they Ignored." Mr. Itoosovolt Doomed to many In the tiudlonci) to bo referring directly to his rival. Qovernpr Alf M. !Landon. Republican 'presidential nominee, in tho following passages; Warns Against Evasion "Let mo warn you and let mo warn tho nation against the smooth evasion which says, 'of'course, wo lielli've all th«so things. Wo bellovo In social security, we believe In work ! for I ho unemployed, wo bellovo In saving homes. Cross our hearts and hope to die, wo bellovo In all thoso things; but we do not llliti tho way the present admlnlHtruttnn Is doing them. Just turn thorn over to us. Wo will do till of them. Wo will do more of them—we will do them hotter, a ml, most Important of all, tho doing of them will not cost anybody anything." Trcsno Educator to Address City Teachers at Staff Meeting Thursday Dr, Qeorgo Krouf, of tho education department of the Fresno 'city schools, will address the members of the teaching staff of the Bakersflold city schools at the first professional meeting of tho season on Thursday afternoon at tho Emerson school auditorium. Interesting Topic Tho speaker's subject will bo "An Evaluation of Personality Traits and Qualities of Teachers From the Students' Point of View." E. Chenowetb, city superintendent, will conduct the meeting and will outline some of the work of tho school year. Music Planned Preceding these, talks, a musical program will bo enjoyed. Clifford Leedy, vocalist, and Allen Lambourne, Instrumentalist, both local teachers, will have charge of the musical numbers offered. Today, under tho auspices of the visual education department, Olen Helmforth, tho western nature study picture, "Clash of the Wolves," was chosen at tho Emenftm school auditorium. It will also be shown at other schools during the next few weeks. • i » Mothers' Chorus Reorganized Here With Dr. Eleanor Coleman as tho director, Mrs. Harriet Warner as tho accompanist, tho Mothers' chorus of. tho Bakersfleld Council of Parents and Teachers Is launched for tho now season. A potluck dinner was held recently at Jefferson Park. Mrs. Albert Wilbur Is tho now president and Mrs. Etta Mid- dloton, secretary and treasurer. A special guest at tho picnic was Mrs. S. A. McCorrnac, president of tho council. New members welcomed Included Mrs. Hugh Oormley, Mrs. Ira Wolfe, Mrs. E. L. Thompson and Roy Mullen. Doctor Coleman called a meeting ! of tho chorus for practice at her home. 1315 Benlo avenue, at 9:30 o'clock Thursday morning of next week. Others belonging Include Mesdames ir,arl Atkins, Albert Wilbur, A. J. Johnston, Glenn Wallace, Rdna Ward, A. L,. Knoles, C. A. Montgomery, J. G. Logsten, Charles Durant, Margaret McKeo, f!lenn Young, Virginia Nocolat, Ixjona McBryant. Kenneth McDonald, J. J. Fagan, William Patrick, Jack White. William Nelll, F. B. Fair. Walter Mortensen, H. T. Holmlller and Etta Mlddlcton. PRECEDING the regular monthly executive meeting of tho County Christian Endeavor .Union to bo held Itt the Marlcops Christian Church on Friday evening, a potluck supper will begin at 6:30 o'clock. Miss Mayfrcd Dutton, county president, will preside. Reports will be heard from union and society officers. Tho Reverend Norman Crldcr, pastor counsellor, will havo charge of a short devotional session. ENJOYED BY Tehachapi School Selects Officers TEHACHAPI, Sept. 80.—Elections wero held this week at tho high school, the officers for the various classes being chosen as follows: Freshmen, president, Orris Imhof; vice-president,' J. H, Warner; secretary and treasurer,' Don Morten; sargeant-at-arms, Moses Garcia. Sophomores: President, Billy Fewcll; vlco-presldent, Buddy Hamilton; secretary and treasurer, George La Flour. Juniors: President, Robert Grind; vice-president, Lucy McDanids: secretary and treasurer, Lucille McDanlels. Seniors: President, Ernest Relsinger; secretary and treasurer, Miller Garrison. Student body officers are: President, Ernest Relsinger; secretary and treasurer; Iva Lee Rhodes, yell leaders, Ruth Meyer, Mary Jane Errecart, Wllda Finley. Tho enrollment exceeds that of Inat year. On tho faculty are Professor O. S. Imhof, principal; Paul Old- dings, J. T. Sidener, Mrs. Parker Slddens. Mrs. Wilbur Smith, Miss Rheobe Cale and Walter Elliott. 4 « • Arts and Crafts Class Organized First formal meeting of tho class in arts and crafts for teachers who wish to learn skills and obtain now Ideas for Incorporation In their classroom activity programs will bo held Sorqplimists Urged to Make J Study of Legislation; Birthdays Marked Women are asked to study legislation, particularly legislation that discriminates against women In business or professional fields, ' Mrs. ' Porter Turner, president of the Bait- ersfleld Soroptlmlst Club told local members at a dinner meeting laat night. Wear Costumes The session was In the form of .& festive Frontier Days Tarty with practically all of the 60 members appropriately attired. The occasion was also tho celebration of' birthday anniversaries of thoso who have natal days during the last several months. Mrs. Turner spoke on the legls* ,- lation research plan In' giving her complete report of tho National Soroptlmlst convention held th'ls summer at Kansas City. Other study projects In Ihe fields of commerce wero also recommended she said. Wins Recognition Mrs. Mabel Dodge, executive secretary of the local club, won special recognition,at the convention for her local reports. Miss Anna Maude Anderson an- ^ nounced a cumulative revenue producing scheme for the club that will bo carried on through the next several weeks. Plans were announced for a card ! party. The tentative date was set for November 7 at Lufkins' Business College. Miss Margaret Brlggs, new Camp Fire executive, was Introduced.'by Dr. Inez Smith. Honoroes . • i Birthday honorees at the dinner were: Mesdames J. F. O.'KelHc L..J. Benzlno, Marguerite Follansbee, Eva Glasscock, Porter Turner,' "Mable *' Dodge, J. F. Soeder and A. B. Tleck; Misses Martha Roomer, Beth; Dye, Anna Welser and Dorothy Sohier- vllle. • . ' <"' The committee In charge of 'the birthday party were: Mrs. Benzlno, chairman; Mrs. Lennice Eyraud and FRATERNAL UaUersfiold Lodge Baknrsfiold Lodge No. 214. F. & A. M. will hold its Htatcd meeting at Manonlo temple Thursday evening at. 8 o'clock. William A. Snare, worshipful master, will preside. A 6:30 o'cloe.k dinner and entertainment will precede the regular meet- Ing. Pacheco Division I'acheco Division No. 338, G. T. A. to tho B. of L. E. will meet In Druids hall at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon with Mrs. P. Pesanto pro- siding. «• White Shrine Members of tho White Shrine of Jerusalem will meet Thursday evening at the Masonic temple for a 6:30 o'clock polluck dinner. 4 I » this evening at "tho home of Mrs. Lennice Eyraud, 30 Flower street. Mrs. Eyraud, who has instructed at tho summer session at Santa Barbara State Teachers' College tho last several years, Is a recognized authority In her field. The course hero Is being given under tho auspices of tho extension division of the college and carries two or threo units of credit, depe.ndlng upon tho work elected, Mrs. Kyraud said. »« » Tickets Available for Benefit Here Tickets for the Patrons Club theater party, for tho showing of "Raniona" at the Fox theater on October 3-4-6-G, may bo obtained by phoning Mrs. nuth Browne, Gll-R, or the office of the high school, it was announced today. In order for tho tickets to help tho Patrons Club n Its annual ucholarshlp award, owever, tickets must be purchased oforo Friday, October 2. Mrs. Eva Glasscock. Jard Party Will Be Held Here Tonight A largo crowd is expected this ovo- nlng at the Frontier Day costume party to bo hold at St. Francis Cath- illc School hall by tho members of ho parish. Bridgo and five hundred will bo >layed with fine prizes for high and ow scores. Awards will also bo made to those whose costumes are adjudged the best. W* yeu ulie try K*UOQQ'* Wlt»U Wh*«t BUeult vflfh th« n«tur*l whMt fltvor, . ' Past Officers of Lodge Begin Parties Tho first of a series of six card parties sponsored by tho Past Poca hontas and Powhatan's Club of 151 Tejon Council No. 216 was hold at tho home of Mrs. Edith Lyons, 237 Flower street, recently. Five hun dred was played for score prizes which wero awarded to Mrs. Blanche Slsson. Mrs. Kdlth Lyons and Mrs. Etta need. Tho traveling award went to Mrs. F. Lousing and tho door prize to Mrs. Mary Marston. Tho second of tho series will bo held at tho name place Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Tho public- Is Invited. •» * » ' Missionary Unit to Convene Tomorrow The Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist church will hold an all-day meeting Thursday at thu church with Mrs. J. A. BlacUwell presiding I Speaker to Talk j on Spain's Civil I War for Masons .pIVIL war »n Spain will be the ^-' subject of tiny JuRRard, junior college Instructor, when Baiters- flvlil Chapter No. 224, K, and A. M.. meets Thursday evening nt 6:80 o'clock at Masonic bunuct room for n potluelt dinner. Miss Mellm Osborn will be the soloist ot the evening. William A, Siwro, worshipful muHter, wilt preside over the lodge • session. K. II. lltMiUrlckson U the clmtrnnui. , POSTPONE M1S1STING Announcement won made today o the postponement for ono week of a meeting of the Missionary Society o Trinity Methodist Church to havi been hold Thursday. Thn session as now planned will bo October S a the home of Mrs. Mlnnlo Noyes, 80! Nm>8 street. WHAT TO DO FOR ECZEMA ITCHING AND BURNING Wash the affected parts with Resinol Soap and warm water to soften scales and crusts, Resinol Soap is suggested because it contains no excess of free alkali, and is especially suited to tender skin. Dry by patting with a soft cloth-?do not rub. Doctors recommend an oily ointment because it penetrates the out-, cr layers of the skin more effee-*" lively. Resinol Ointment meets this requirement, and does even more. For over 40 years it has been—and still is—successfully used to relieve quickly the itching and burning of . eczema. It contains soothing ingredients that aid healing. Use Resinol Ointment; today and enjoy comfort tomorrow. Get a jar, also a cake of Resinol Soap, at any drug store. For free sample, write to Resinol, Dept. 1, Baltimore. Md. "Servant in the House" Chosen Next Local PlayJ ^~ „ (7ut "CKRVANT in tho House," by ^Charles Rann Kennedy, a five-act stogo play, for many years on the Walter Hampden repertoire, will be tho next production of the UnUcrafleld Community theater. It will bo directed by Mrs. George Clark, who lias called public tryouts to pick a cast for next Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at tho Kranklln school auditorium. Tho piny Is now considered one of tho classics of dramatic literature, being it blend of profoundly moving human emotions, hilarious comedy, und heart-searching seriousness, and transcendental vision. George Bernard Shaw spoke of Its "Sublime construction" both "In fonn and Idea." OONT OE DISCOURAGED BY CXTERNWAY CAUSED PIMPLES, RASHES, BLACKHEADS - GET QUICK RELIEF WITH FREE Sample, write •Cutlctira" Dept 94. Maiden. Mat*. Mothers ! 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