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CATHOLIC PARTY IS Many Pri/.es Awarded at SI. Francis Parish Frontier Day Felr With practically nil of this purl lei- piintH In costume, the member* (if St. Friinols Cnlhollc pnrlHli mid Ihclr frlendn enjoyed a Jolly Frontier Uayi curd parly liisl iileht nl the parochial Ncliuol hull. Approximately lion gut'HlH wen- In rillcndiiiic' 1 . CoM time, AwiifilH Bridge and five hundred were the games of the evening. 'I'ho nwarillng of coHtiim" prlxi-B ciniMcd much nier- rhiien! w lien Mrs. .InrneH rrilitr" drcfi»" ( | In niancullii" Knuitlfi' Payw coHlunin won the WhlHkorlno prl/.o IhroiiKh IIHCI of long InmHCH to fdwh Ion u hnwllnlMir inii.«tiielie. MlHH Mlfhcl won the prl/.e for the ailthciitlc feminine frontier day At <'iinl Among I hum' winning curd prl/.CH worn I ho following: Aim. I 1 '. '-. HI. Cliilr mill MlHH Clnrii AltidrliiKii, wo mun'H brlilKO jirl/cH, mid .loBoph Htel ner iind I'Vllx (lulti-s, men'H wlnnerH in bridge; Mr«. M. Keyes and Ml«» .Mary KeycN and Mrn. l^ranU RiiHton, womon'H flvn hundnul prl/cM; and Albert Moon and Henry Mnlcr. mcn'H five hundred awardH. Other pi I/en wore annexed hy Mm. Normiin HoUKO n nd Mm. I'arl Adiirnn. Among tllOHO H(M-Vlll« Oil UK! COIII- mlUoe wen- Mrn. II S. MiilhfWB. Aim. I... H. VS'o.'hnr, Aim. ( '. II. Franey. Mm. .1. llci'fnrnnii, AHHH l^lnle Valtjtilloh, \\'llllain llowell and the MAKKKI) NIIICKTH Anyone who him made hedn IIIIOWH It In nol iilwnyn cany to place n Hhdol In cxadly the rlprht poult Inn for Hlcfplnrj coinl'orl wlllunil u nrt>ul deal of pnllhiK and udJuiillhK and a nilinher of irlpH around the bed. A now Idea, that HIIVI/M thf hdiiwivlfo thlH bothor IN the wheel with a colored Inroad IKTOKH the bnttoin, murk- Inn the proper place lo turn It under HO that It In anchored Heeurrly to I ho bed and at the Name time K!VC>M amplu room for comfort. Name Appointive De Molay Chief; | Meeting Tonigrhtl TACK CUTUIGIIT, mauler conn- >' rllor-elflrf, will iinniiiinco Ills Nlnff of officers fill* evening wlicn IIiiltci-Mflcld Clmplr-r, Order nf l)e- Molay, hold* ll« rritiilar meeting In Miiflonlr Tempi*. Charles Moore, niaxlrr eotiMellor, will |>re- Hide. Mr. Citlrliilil «'iit tiiirtnl- moiiftly elected fur (he next lerm ul Ilin rluiplpr'N inpntlng hint u-wli, Others I'leelrd were 1'nnl Miirlln, ! Henlor roimi'ilnr; Leonard Tunmlil, | Junior councilor, mill Hill l.ueder, Heiilor ilriiron. l';i«lll vii Dry clinplem lire ex- peeled In iiHend lite mcclltiK <>f Hie Sun ,loni|Uhl Vnllc.v Dli'Muti In Ilnlierhfleld, Siiliirdny nlghl In I eoiineelInn will) Kronllcrs Dliy. The boj'N will liolil n Hireling In (lie leinple early In Hie evening, mill, following 11 quick "Himeli of fond" will join In I he hllurlly for I lie reKl of I lie ft veiling. A. AM \\'hen llnolmim IH put down over old floniM. hranH rllpn at the cd^eH around Hi" linncltoanl and at door- wayn make a limit appwuranec and Hi'o serviceable nB well. IJaysee Rally to Be on Broadcast! i Hooter*, liiindinen nnd plnyi-rH uf j llMlC'i'Hflf'lil Junior l'i>lleiji> will K" on the ulr tomorrow nftiinmoii when they hr»fideitf>t friTii Mliillon KKIIN their pep rnlly for Ihn Heiiexiide- Hinilii Hiirlmni KniHli KIUIII- Tin- I in IK I'M in will !>•• Murled n I •! M'l ii'clucli, with John Hi'H'iiii-, colli'Klan yell NIliK, I" elini'Ke <>f lh» reri'inu- tlli.'H. AH III the IIIIHI, It In linpi-d hy Miiro'Hi nnd White supportern Ill's riillli'H will Ivrntne a fi-iiture of tho full collegiate Hurllil 111'' School Hniutn will In- drought t» the IlKli'iiiTH liy the Junior eiillojji. liiinil tmiler III'- direction "I' Humid ,1 Hurt. HtiidcntH will be |iri>«ent In niiinliei-M to watch the Npeiilu'i-M and join In lh>' noiiKH iinil v«'lln Clilll'll .llil.'li I'YnM Will In- H fen lured speaker of the aflerniioii, He pliiliH to trll llNlriiem hill hupi'H for thii Nfnuon nnd piu llriiliu ly for the giimi! with the liiiiielniH frnin lh>' count. Theriin Tubnr, comiiilRnloii>*r of nthleilcH iiiul Mi'hediili) director of the HencKlidPM, will dew-rib" th" program <>f giimeH fachiK Hi" Miiroon unit \VliHn eleven, other Ki'ld not ahleH, lni'ludlni{ pun Kolm»l< y mill Jiihn I'lyiiHT, iiHMlHtanl <'iiii>'h«H, ami n. frw of Hi" pliiyerH will ulil In prc- Hi" progi'iim WHY GUESS? Let Miss Nadine Robinson Special Harriet Hubbard Aycr Representative Solve That Beauty Problem Here All Next Week Make Your Appointment NOW KIMBALL & STONE Tht I'articular DrugyUtt Phono R3 Phone 54 PIIOMI»T FREE DKIJVERY nnkcmflcld, Calif. Slate Leader Will Uc finest nt Kvcnlng* Meeting Set for October 0 With Mrs. l'>nnk O, Hwnin of WhltiliT, |.iro«kleril of thu Blato ««• Huciiitldii n H KiiKHt of-honor, memhofH nf i Jin HakerHflnld branch, American AnHiicluilon of IJnlv«r»lty Women, will K<*I tholr IHSG-ST n<Hlvltle» under way nl thn flrnt nmotlntf of tho club yi'iir on Oclobnr tt. t'rspRratlonH for thn ruccntlon lo tho fllato president nut] lo ni.-w ntul pro«pocllvo mombiir« \v-f.-rc tnurln nt tho Hfiimlon of tho ox- rullvo hoard held Wednnnrttty afternoon at thn homo of Mr», Thwron Me- ciion, locnl proslflont, nt 2020 Twcn- Until Btrpoi. IMnii niff r«Hy Thn rncnpllon will bo held in the K'trdon nt tho homo of Mr«. .1. A. lltiffhoii at l!!l ('iHlar Hlrnot, beginning tit 7;30 o'clock. Monibom of tho I'X'M'iitlvo hourd will In? liontrtBHtiM, a«- HiHti-il hy th« hohplliillty r(iniinlttr>o hitudiMj by Minn Clinrlotui Anno Monri'. ArilvlilfiH In nil dupartmentu will HIIIIII hn liiirnmlnNr nmlni 1 tho export Kiildiinro f>f MrB. AlcOuon, judKln^c fmni Ilio pluiiH oiitllnod by dispart- mi'iit chiilrnifn (it yi'Storday'H incut- I'IKH. MI-N. h It, HlllliiBH. chiilrinan of the Bdhiilnrflhlp fiommlttoc, mi- iiniiiici'ii iilniiH for u hirK" fvptilnd ilfHNnrt brlilK-i party which will bo Klvon IIM ii lionoflt for tho «<!holar- Hhl|> mill fi'llowHhlp futulH Wedlios- diiy cVcnlUK, (Juloliiir !!N, at thn Uuk- >'iNf|i-lil Wonitiii'H ('lull. M|MH II»7.(>I Jorrlnn, pornmrifnt f-x- iM'iitlvn Mi'criiliiry of I he MrholiirHhlp fuiiil, proBfiitril n oompr'thnnHlvo ro- linri mi tlu> iiiitMlatiillnK loarm and pri'HiMil ri'fplpiw. H.Ttlon Acllvllj AinoiiR the mi'PtlngH of HoclloriN iinnotint'cil aro tho following, rofont KradtiulOH on Onlohi'r 13 with Mlsn HofiMimry DnvlH prfKldlng: Hook HOC- lion mi October l!l with MrH. Alan I'ltrknr proHlillnflt, nl linf homo. !9Ui I'ilKliti-nnth Htrf-r-t; Intnniatlonnl rnlii- UOIIH on Monday pvunlim, Octohor 19 III tin- IHUIIP of thn chiilritKitl, Ml'H. (ii-rlriidi- Cowmnn, 110'.! 1 Ktroi't; driiinii nm-tlon, Mrlolinr If' nl 317 Oln- iinilor iivi'tino with Minn Mary Tyson, rliiilniHin. pri'HldliiK Iti'porln wnrn prcniMilod liy MrH. AViilti-r MHIIH, Jr.. Mncri'lnry '• M!NH <'lnni llolnifH, iicilni; IrniiMnri'r; M|H« Mnc HnunilorH, pull Ili-lly; Mrti \V. I 1 Wlnhntn, incinlinr Mhlp. M|HM Myrtle Ilrown, cdticntlon. (Mhi'i 1 rhnlrini-n who huv<< Intorpot- IIIK plmiH In preparation aro: M|HH .liiHi'iihlnn Wiley, willliiK M|HH I'nrol Iliirhlier. iniiHli 1 ; M IMII IMyllui I low- ell. frllowHhlp; Mrs II. K . HI<-kH(in, pniKiiini; MI'M .Iniiu'H Thrawlier, ICK- trillion OfflccrH Inrliide: Mm. Mri'uon, prr-wldoiil ; Ml«» Moore, vlro-prpHlilont : MlHH lluhiH'H iictliiK treiiniirer; Mr». MIIIIM, ,Ir . reeonlhiK neoreliiry; MrB. It. K. Met 'iirlhy, i:orrr>B|iondliiK HOI;- I'i'iiiry. MI'B. Mrl'iifti itnnoiitirnd that then- limy lie two new HiM'IIOMB. Hhe also rolled iitlnnlliin lo the ronforein'e to lie held uctolmr 17, nl Whltller, and tll'Ked litfiil altiMtdiLnce, Hermann Sons and Auxiliary to Meet Annln l.ndue. Order nf Hermann Noun and int'inherH of HH uiixlllnry will hulil their flrnt meeting nf fail Hatiirduy. oi'tnber :i, nt K. of I 1 , hull oil Ijilie street, III H:flO uVlocIt I ofrlcni'M me unking 11 full attend- linen nf linlli KI-IIII|IN. there will bi< rcfreHhiMenlM nnd (•iilr'rtnliiment. Mrs. .Inhn (Irniiff In pienldeiu of : the wuini'ii'M unit mid Alliorl Itrmin. (if the IrxlK'V Shower for Mm, Wilson Mrs. Vi«rn Wilson, the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. 11. J). 5!lnimerman, 43(1 Itoborts La no wtt« tho recipient of a showor of beautiful gifts when her parents nnlftrlalnod In her honor Wodnenday afternoon at the family Tho glflH wore piled high on .a tulilfi ccntftmrl wljh n llfo-liku doll ami nurrnundnd hy pink ribbons do- Hounding from a panmol attached to thf cha'ndnller. At tho end of each wan a tiny baby doll, ' All arrangement* worn In a color «i;hi>mfl of nlnk and blue, l/ntto, flvn hundred and contOHla wfro enjoyed, HurpHMng Mr. ^Imtnerinan, a birthday party and Htippor wero hold later In the flay. Those attending Included MeBsrH. and MetidanioB Buck nayat, JamiM Mumford, Loon- itrd Mumford, Sam Thatcher, Vorn WIlHon, n, U, Xlrnmeniian, ' MrH, Urnee ChlldorH, IlJd Martin. Dellclotm refrenhment« woro «erv- «d In tho afternoon; nharlng thn lay- otto Khower bonldeH Mrs. Xlmmurmati and her daughter were; Tx'Oimrd Mumford Oraoc Chilclorn r>uwHon Oxford Frnnk V'allio Omii DodBon U. II, nichford AnniiKlllwnll Floyd llouk William Sehmlt?! Paul lirottlllard Hen Kvnnn Nellie l;«r\vln Hoy llouk .lohn Rlnehart .latnoH Hlnimons I'iortolticclul K<1 Kalxer Mumford Hrown Del ThompHon f/ee Don ring r.'lyde ItiiHklll Hubert Honk Huch lltiyeH Fred Cunning- hnm Hum Thatfher Dean Morgan Art Muylunv Frnnk Winnings l^ee MtepheiiH MI«H (Jhurtotto Open Ilinifte Held Cnmpllmentury to MlflB Kva 8lnv monn on her twenty-fli-Ht anniversary her parontB, Mr. and Mr». D. H. HlnintoiiH, 101(1 Oregon Btreet held open IIOMHO roconlly. An Impromptu IJuhy I'OlllH In the wervlng of a but- program waH presented. Tbo hoHtcKH was iiHMlmnd by MrB. fel luncheon. A yellow and white birthday cake and yellow and white flowern, together with a presentation of gifts gave, festivity to tho occasion. Included In the latter waw a quill made by Mrw. Clara Wolf, Webb City, MIL. 77-year-old grandmother of the honor gueHt. AttcnilliiK were: MeMdiilni'H-— Gertrude Me- lluhy Kills I'arly Vlvlitn Shaw lOula HlmmotiM Evelyn Abbott I 'ImrleH Huinberil Clarku Harvey Aaron Abbott llnrbara Hhaw .Inoklo Allen Wllllania Uorothy DulIiiH Norma l,u\v- rmiro MeHMrM. Sinn X'lnler Archil' dandy I'M \Vi-Ht • .'hlldroii - .loyi'i- Ann \VllllaiiiH 1 'ally. I" McCiirlby .loyco .SlnunoiiB ... lloiinri'il nt 1'iirly MI-H. M. !•'. Clark of Magunden \VIIH thu uurprlHwd honoree at a birthday anniversary party nt her homo recently. Her daughters, .Mr«. orvllli; KHten and Mr». Charles I.. vile, woro iiHslHleil In entertaining by Mrs. .Io»h Clark. Hakersfleld frleudH were In attendance. The KueHts preMenled Mrs. Clark with a lovely gift. Mrs. J. Uruoe I'liyno won high ncore prlxo anil Mrs. Al Neville, low. at tho game which furnished diversion. Tin' Kii^HtH enjoying tho evening wero: LEROY GORDON Machineless Permanent Waves! The 1 IMS! \vord in Feminine |;| l.ovolini'ss. Nt) lujichiiic, || no lu-iiltM-s, no cltrlricly or % slroiiK clu'inicjils nsnl! Yon G will In- (k'lighli'tl vs^ilh lliis ultra inotlorn mt'lliotl! $ Price 5 oo Pcaullful Muchlnc Oil $1.95, $2.95, $3.95 Shampoo, Uinso and Finger Wave Complete Manicure, 35c SOFT \VATICH I'Slfil) KXOMiSIVlCI.V LEROY GORDON BEAUTY SALON 1729 Nineteenth Struct Phone 5(505 See the Parade Frontier Days Next Saturday Al . \ovlllc (iuydleuii II. C. Knwlimd I,. A. Culloway O . C. \ValHon Hum Chorn lleln II. U'lJeH Henry Stel^l- man Wlhnu Mercer .lennle McLain Annie McHmlth Clara Andresvs Iten , lane Kent .1. Hrucu I'nyno .loHh Clark Kdlth Anilcr- won WE WILL CLOSE From $)::»() Until 11:1(0 a. in. Stdlth-Duncjin \VeddliiK Mr. and Airs. J. A. Htotts of Ivorn Itlver oil rii'Ulu have announced thu nuin-liiK 1 " of their daughter. MlHR Kvelyn Lulrd to Hun McLean linn- I'lin, Sunday September 27 nt Last Tbo couple will live In HakerHfleld win-re Mr. Duncan I" employed by Hell A Uofflund t'orporatlon, and are now established lumporarlly at llotol I'ntlre. The ceremuny wits read by tho I lev. Albert Melton. Montgomery Ward SORE STOMACHS I DUE TO GASTRIC HYPERACIDITY : • Tender and inflamed, scorched by i add*. Burning with pain, gnawing app«• tile, but such a penalty paid lor gratifying It I I What A picture! And how unnocetury, lh«nU to VON'S PINK TABLETS ThU pttMTlptiitn At An<*i< fcUri* lo rn«t IrrttAtiHl in<l KtaiMtlainl Hurfnrr*. to inoltt* tnn«m^il ^hMiii.-h nu'lllilt HUM. to (ll)ttU llllll fthil It) OHlVt ti«u><« Wllh huoh fnilfOlloM Naltilo r»g«rl.v t-Miu MIC htMlIng priH'pNS Tlire* tlnyi*, Uftunlly >lnl u<ti Kliuu mnl frvl ill ItlU liaplwiilhi. A»k sin,in guiniiHiMi N«l on nli >t druo ilor«t. r.nii or wtiti tor nut naoKLCT 1 IHt I'ROULEM Or THE BUFFCREn" LOR ANtmtS VON CO.. 3555-A Wlllhlfl HUil, L. A. rhoiit FEiltnl 4734 • Ailt. i "Denture Static" ! Will Tell Them You Wear FALSE TEETH All clicking, htaMnir, iiHiinhllinr, nil out. 'vanned by \Vnddlng Date Told Announcement of the impending Wedding of Mian LllabOl HahcOck and Donald G. McQimld, Decdmljet 1 6, wan a surprise feature .when Thota IM Theta sorority mol Wednoadfty night ul Hotel Padro. The bride- olnnt In tho daughter of.Mm. Andrew Ilanconk and her flanoo I» the son of Mr. and Mm. Char-Kin'•McQuo.ld--of Vacnvlllt!. The nt'WH wus conveynil on n ctird In ft box oC Candy presenter! to tho nreflldent, Uoili young pooplo aro employes of tho local telephone company. Miss itricock IB n former member of the Bu|lML'SH and ProfoB«lonal Wornen'w Cli/b nnd IH secretary of Theta Tint Theta nororlty. During the buHlnons meeting pinna wore begun for tho annual fall luncheon to ho held October 11 at a place to bo named lator. . Among the mombaro arc: ; looNt) jimtRH can D« Mtupped by using KAMTE18TU d«(UUrt» powder. Orlpn ! plateH tltiht for 114 hour*, giving firm weourlty urn! mouth comfort. Mada iilHiiUnn to prevent xoro BUIDH, naimea, burning, and bait breath. Tn«t«l«m. No uiuiKim. q«t FAHTKKTU ut nny store. \Vh«n mouth HHMUOS o, ne<t your il«ntlRt.~Attv. GRUNOW Refrigerators—Radios JOHN R. HUFF Phoni 2420 I(12 Oh»tir Av*nu« Ooorgo Promo Jr. Bon Brundage (francos Bachellci Irving Burr Floyd Parish L, S. Richards Fonton Young Walter Muller Frank Mfchamblln L. C, Murphy A. It. Nolson Rao Redfern U. S. Strlcklln J. P. Wharton \Vllllam Lungford Misscs™ Lllabol Hancock Frances St. Clalr Heglim Htevonson ISlUaheth Painter UOI-IH Walters Wllma Wagoner Athene Htovonson Margaret William Lol» UergHton Verna. Oroson Churlotto Cut- Hhall Alary Helen Glasgow Marjorlo Marina' duke Annotto O'ShaughncBsy Irene Begun Elizabeth Mcdlnn To Mark Founders' Dny 1'roparatlons woro begun for a Founders' day formal dinner party for members and their husbands and escort s at S o'clock Wednesday evening, October 14", at St. Francis cafe, when mcmbori) of Ctamma Kappa Phi sorority convened Wednesday evening. Dancing In planned for tho evening. Members who woro not present to learn further details may telephone Mrs. Clalr Marohlno for particulars, it IH announced, Arrangements also wero begun for M masquerade party nt tho Woman's Club hall Saturday, October 31. Mrs. ISarl Klmpson la chairman of arrangement*. Members Include: Mosdnmen — Wallle Dieter Clyde Harbeau Orun Hholar William I'ersel Hobii-y Miller Kilwnnl Kuehn Clalr Marehlno Leslie Muyes Walter Ihiupt- man M IHWOB — Mary Kchenifiuo Fa« Dumblo Jeanne Kobe- Armanda Quoy- dan I.ols Cierson John Hamilton Jack Unger Clay Thompson James O'Connor Kennnth Arml- stead Klwyn Kelly TjoulH Lemucchl Karl Simpson Jean Chrlstlo IjOls Dumblo DeNlso Haymond Leona Ouoy- dan Clover Hrldfio Party Adapting a clever political motif for tallies and score pads, using donkeys and elephants as symbols, M|HH Wllma Wagoner, 29H Park Way, received at a bridge party Wednesday evening. High score awards were won by Mrs. lien Hill and Mrs. William Mlckelberry. Sharing tho smart function wero: Alesdumes Waltur Muller Hen Sill Wlllard Kamprath William llamm \Vllllam Mlckcl- berry M. A. Broenan Clair Cleron l''or I'opular Hrlde-Rlcrl Miss Helm llayen, brlcltvolcct of Frank White, was the recipient of an exquisitely appointed pottery shower, given recently by Mrs. Denver Hmety.or at bar homo, 1722 Cherry street. M.IMH Hayes is to bo wedded Hunday evening at 0 o'clock at First Congregational Church. Bridge prizes wero Won by Mrs. Hudd \Varo and M|HH HOBO Buru- lleh. (ireen and yellow table decora- tloiiH, flowurs, tallies uhd aoore pads, wore lined. enjoyable occasion Sharing the were: Memlames — Howard Luster Al Herry Clinton Fowlor Walter Wells Floyd Parish Hiilph Mntloon (Taft) AIlSMOB— Hose Harulleh Haehiiel Hun- kln Budd Ware Oran Sholar h, L, Davis Kenneth Hlcards Frebman Sproyer Alice Cobb Dorothy Hnod- graea Tejon Court Opens Season With Bright Reception lo Grand Otllcers Marked by tho presence of 22 dig- nltarlcN, attendance of 260 guests, initiation of 10 candidates and serving of a dinner, tho Official visit of grand officers to Tejon Court, Order of the Amaranth, Wednesday evening, was one of tho brilliant affairs of this season, Official Oroup Among tho vlstors of distinction" werb: Mrs. Louise Kennedy of Fresno, grand royal ma*tron; Auxtln Griswold of BdglO Rock, grand royal patron; Mrs. Lulu JSolle Taylor, Los Angeles,' grand ossoclato matron;. Judge W. IT. Laird of this ,clty, grand associate patron; Mrs. Sarah Pettls of Los Angeles, grand associate conductress; Mrs. Anna Do- Molt of Hollywood, grand secretary; John Pettis, Los Angeles, suprbme assoclato patron; Harry IBvans, Of Los Angeleo, supremo delegate to the state of Tefcari; Mrs. Charlotte Marks, Los Angeles, grand color boaror; Mrs. Dfflo Dagwell of Los Angeles, grand marshal; Mrs, Marie Bowman, Los Angeles, grand lecturer, and many others. Knjoy Dinner Eighty guest* shared the dinner at flower-bededked tables at Hotel El Tejon In tho Spanish ballroom. As the royal matrons and royal patrons of 1988 are being known as the "Perfect 86s," this numeral theme was expressed In the tablo decorations In the banquet room of Masonic temple following the session. Mrs. William Reagan, Mrs, Peqrl Durnell, Mrs. Helen Faunt Le Roy, Mrs. Justine Sheehan and others wero responsible for achieving a table glittering wit halrplanos, numerals and a tower based tipoh the "rook of truth, faith, wisdom and charity." Tho candidates' table was adorned In a baby motif. Praise VVorU The grand officers in their short addresses were enthusiastic In their praise of Mrs. Charles Miller, royal matron, and William Reagan, royal patron of Tejori Court and their official staff, complimenting them upon their work and upon Wednesday night's party. Vocal selections by Miss Qertrudo Meyers wero enjoyed, as were dances by pupils of Miss Helen Elizabeth Martin; the latter included a hoop dance which was much applauded. *-•-• LAMPS OK WOOD Floor and tablo lamps In solid natural woods, combined with basic metals such as brass, copper and aluminum, are newer than those of alabaster and pottery. They aro being shown in both modern and colonial styles. » 4 » POLYNESIAN POKTRY RISES HONOLULU, Sept. 30. (U. P.)— Polynesian poetry has now been're- corded to a degree that lectures aro being glvon on it at the ethnological con tors of tho Hawaiian Islands. -*INTENTIONS TO WED HARRIS-BRKWKR—Eugeno C, Harris, 82, and Marjorle F,. Brewer, 18, both of Palmdale. HUMPHREYS-SUMMERS—Virgil L. Humphreys, 23, and Hattle L. Summers, 18, both of Uukeruflold. DJ5NMAN-NBWLAND — Charles B. Denman, 46, Taft, and Louvlna Nowland, 44, Plsmo. FITCH-WHITE—Andrew E. FHoh. 28, and Gladys B. White, 20. both of Bakeraflold. lStJBANKS-LOCKMANSEK--Odii) Ell- banks, 21, and Ann Lockmanuee, Id, both of Bukcrsflold. CAHLO-AYRKS—Pllade Del Carlo, 22, and Lovlco 1C. Ayres, 19, both of HakorafloUl. BIRTHS Ouaranlei'd Watch Repairs HALF PRICE MI! el »it»rl»U. BROCK'S MAIN KI.OOK \Veildetl ut Among I ho recent weddlngn In Rnkor'BfleM, was that Saturday at 8 o'clock In tho parsonago oC First MethodlMt Clmroh, when MlHH Helen F.oulse HiuikliiH beonmo tho bride of Intnon Uonnett Hlce, Tho ring Kt'i'vlpe was used and tho Hev. drover rtnlaton performed tho oore- ntony. Miss Hanklns, sister of the bride, and I^uVcn Chambers, friend of tho groom, woro tho attendants. Moth Mr. and Mr». Ulco aro employed In BakerBflold. • » * !>aK-ii-LoT Dancing (Uub Memburii of Ijaf-a-LoT Dancing Club will hold their first dance of tho 3030-97 Hoation Saturday evening of this week at 1. O. O, F. hall. Fimlvltle* will begin at 8:30 o'clock. Tho motif, of course, will be Frontiers Day, and there will be costume prltea, members of the committee announce. , « * * At Occidental Mlao Dorothy Doiuu, daughter of the Hiw. and Mrs, A. H, Donat, 1718 Kevt-ntoetUli street, ban taken up rnsldenee at Occidental College, Minn Donat let In her Junior year and Is living at KJrdrnnn Hall, dormitory tot* women oludenttt. 8ho will taho Part in tt\« activities of thu fiftieth anniversary of tho college, which will bo iwiobrutftd thta j-our. " IlimU Krum North Mro: Alfred IlaVrcll rotvu-n«d last cwnlng f«>m S»n BOWLINE—To Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bowline, 124S Truxiuti avenue, a daughtar, Barbara Jean, Heptamber 26, at Kern Oonoral hospital. HOWARD—To Mr. and Mr*. Alfred B. Howard, Route 2, Box 610, a daughter, Viola Diana, September 87, at Kern General hospital. m,ENN—To Mr. and Mrs. \V|lllam L. Olann, Houto 2, Box I47A, a HOII, laarnent M*H«ng8)e, September S7. at Kurn Qoiteral hospital. ' PBTJSIIS—To Mr. and Mr^.Jdhi) A. Peler«. 105 Houth Klntr strtet, a dRiightor, Clou I,i|n Ann, He*ptelnber 28, at Kern Oeneral hospital. . CANATB—To Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Canute, Uoute \, llox 160C], IL qaugh- ter, Marilyn I.on, Soplcinuor 28, at Kern Omiurnl honpltal. Elllto jrli UliKVINS—Tp Mr. nnd Mrs. DlevhiB, WIIBCO, a daughter, pork l<eta, September 98, at Kern Qonerat llOBpllKl. ^rAnTINliJ^—To Mr. and Mr*. Benjamin Martinet, Tehnchapt, a daughter, Clareman, Heptoinebr 88, at Kern Cleneral hospital. GIU.HAM—To Mr. and Mr«, WIHiam Oraham, Route 6, Box 270, a son, Kimenth Ray, September 89, at Kern Genera) hospital. CROUCH—To Mr. and M«. Pai>l Crouch, 1012 K6rn strebt, a »on, I'aul Leon, September £S, a,t Ml us Frelse'a Maternity HotpUal, Larry 0. Kotseiiburg Among former residents planning , to be In the city for Frontier Days Is Larry O. Kotsenburg of Hunt- lilgton Park, who is, bringing with him friends from Los Angeles and Long Beach. Missouri Club to .Convene on Friday Members of Missouri Club will rrtoet Friday at the home of Mrs. W. D., Sceales, 141 Wllklns street, In Bast Balterfiflold. The club women will gather at 8 o'clock and a pot- luek luncheon will , be served at noon. Sewing for a bazaar In'December will be brought to the meeting, as will finished articles. ,» i » . FRATERNAL Oil Center Lodge A meeting of OH Center Lodge, No. 308, Ladles Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of. Railroad Trainmen, will bo held at 2 o'clock Friday at Eagles htxll. .Mrs. Erma Hlggins will preside. ' Busy Hour Club Members of the Busy Hour Sewing Club of Daughters of Union Civil War Veterans, will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Memorial hall. MUSTARD IS MODERN IN FOOD Mustard, one of the oldest- known spices, was first valued for medicinal purposes rather than as a seasoning. An application was, considered a sure cure for scorpion bites, and itr was also boiled in 'ale With dried figs to make a cough s'yrup. The custom of grinding the seeds and sifting them into fine powder, as they are used today, was not Introduced until 1720, when un Englishwoman, "Airs. Clements of, Durham," made the experiment and found it tasty. - » » » WEDDING LICENSES Wedding licenses were- issued in Las Vegas September 30 -to Ethyl Davis, 21, and Charles Nlckols, 22, this city, and William James Magee, 21, and Vera F. McClain, 21, both of Taft. Schilling BARTELL—To Mr. and Mrs. J. J. BarUll, Rout* 8, Box 49, a daughter, Patricia May, September IT, at Miss Fr«l»«'» Maternity Hospital. WBLCH—To Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. W*l?tVi 1M9 Bruuaav* Lane, a »ou> llavld Lloyd, SeuUtnbor 30, at Mlsft Frel§«'« Maternity Hospital. HHND1UCK8—To Sir. and Mrs. Carl W. H«ndrlok«, 1014 Wallace, a daughter. Belt)'- CarUno, September 30. ai Mlm Fr«i«a'» Maternity Hoa- imal. .,....;',.>., SMlTII—To' Mr. and Mr*. Leonard Smith, Plcrt-o -)toad, a daughter. Hept«mb«r W. at MUs rretae'n Maternity Honpltnl. more , 'FIAVOR Mustard Claire Payne Teacher of Singing Advanced Pupils Teachers' Lecture Course FOR INFORMATION PHONK D643-W ECZEMA Also fcxternally caused pimples and rtihei relieved by (wothing. fast-acting medication Of Cutuiura, Buy today ciiTininA soAp LUI ILUnA OINTM OINTMENT Kidneys „, .... funatlonlnr Kldnwt ao4 BladdwrinUt* mm ittfftr f torn O«tUni Up NI«hU, NirTQiun»»«. Rb*Dm*tk Pocto^i Prwwnpdoo Gn UxtBtM-tu) Cymtox 5SBW- V '" PW * Constipated 90 Years foOr or rtv. d»i-«- I alia »»fl awful fM blontlns. h«»<J»«h«i and p»lnt In ThJ ba«k. AdUrlH* h«lp«d rt|hf »v»y. Now. t «»t tanutt*. «».»»!>»•. t>i«. anytblnj } want an«,hmr?fl|t, fcnur. I il*» a«nB4; y«Hr dferl ."— Mr*. . with Adferlkat Ott rt* «( ! ' •i«>MiniJi..a.y^a ,f %^J ^'' Vative Daughters Will En - Old-Fashioned Party at Evening Session v , Reports and plans will fill the business hour Friday night, whfin; Bl Tejon Parlor, Native Daughters of the Golden. West, meets at 8 o'clock with Miss Ralplm Sanders jresldlng. The session will-be held as UBiial In Eagles hall. , , „ Frontier Days costumes will be ,, •nuoh In vogue, officers report, and,, , * there will be games and refresh- nents In.keeping with'the, pioneer ,„,. dea. t i i •> 'M .' •<„ .' Mrs. Ona Moffett,, chairman" 1 of-4, ho history and landmarks commit;. ,,, tee," will give'a report as will ^trs. '. rhclma Smith, chairman of the drjll -• team, and Mrs. Russell Pettls, chair- * nan of plans for Frontiers'Day.' * • 4 « » , '' ihurch Circle to Serve P. T. A. Group Plans to server P. T. A, luncheon • October 0 were completed by members of Naomi Circle of First Chrlft- .1* tlan Church at a recent meeting at the home of Mrs. C. F. Martin, Mrs. 3. F. Jones presented a talk. Mrs. W, L. Jarrett presided over a short justness hour. New members at- .ending wore Mesdames Maymo Loo Baker, • Malzio Munn, Bessie Lewis, Catherine Bourland and Lee Wll- hlte. . • Others attending Avere Mesdames,, Oeorge Rankln, J. Martin, C. F. Martin, J. Allen, II. J. Wilson, E, M, Garner, Wayne Sutllff, Dexter, Garrett, Gordon L. Wilkinson, Rao Ras- tln, Bula Collins, Lucy Sears, Myrtle Nichols, J. J. Ryan, Harold Bull- . man, Burrlll Hanvllle, Mary Hastln, B. A. Hastln, W. McDonald, W.- L. Jarrett, F. Agee, Gertrude Tatum, * A. V. Whltfield, C. T. Cooper, Mae Green and several children. • - i — •» » » — '' SIMPLE DEMOLDING METHOD " When molding frozen or gelatin lesserts, place 'two crossed strips of heavy Waxed paper over the mold, caving the ends long enough to extend over the edges after the dish ias been filled. When the freezing or hardening process Is completed, you will find the dessert turns out as If by magic from a tttg at the free ends. DRESSED-UP Block or 5roim kid or paunt. -In ilia ,i Black or fcrnun lid or luejt, Stitt 1 10 10; AAAA to D and EEE. Braiding, perforations, fine stitching — yes, and the new- fashion buttons — put dainty touches on Eiina Jetticks that go to dress-up occasions, And their daintiness is matched by their light, flexible feeling. America 1 * Smarteit Walking Shoet Go Place • Comfortably ' V t DOUTILB CHECKED BY X-RAY PHILLIPS SCHOOL OF MUSIC All Instruments Reasonable Rates OFFICE: 1512 Nineteenth Phone 1398 CHINESE HERBS 1l"? vts » h r»"'e «llm*nt« of all klndt. M«l* «nd f«mal* troublei, $1.00 PER IOX PEKIN HERB CO. 20 Yiir* In BikirsHtld 1J17 Twentieth Eti«««t, UpsUln ^'«*r ^~JI* '" Vf r* 1 * ''j^' K. 'V/A^C'.^V' V* ' " tfSiSsw^iiijfca^^^jffii'^.^^'fe*

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