The Fresno Bee The Republican from Fresno, California on August 25, 1935 · Page 6
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6--A _TJIK KHE8NO UEE. SUKDAtf, US 1C : The last In the scries of public concerts to be presented'*! the -LakJshore Lodge during the Sum- imer season will be at S:15 o'clock io-nighl. The following program has been arranged by Pcsrl E. Card: From The Land Of The Sky Blue Waters Cadman Hkeshore March ....R. N. Fornia Armour Coquet ' Fnml Lakeshoro Orchestra Accordion numbers (selected)-Lester Noreen Vocal solos: La Mour Tojour · Fnml Estrclleta Ponce Gladys Ellis, lyric soprano Robert Fornia. accompanist Prelude And Sicilinna, from Gavallerla Rusticana.. .Moscajni Saxophone trio-I Would That My Love Mendelssohn Barcarolle, from Tales Of Hoffman Perry Johnson Tine Johnson Robert Fornia Donald Card, accompanist .Officer Of The Dny Hall Band number WEDS RECENTLY Club To Form Garden Section "' il'FARLAND. (Kern Co.), Aug. 24.--A garden section will be added to the McFarland Woman's Club activities this Fall. j Mrs. J. C. Finley, the president; «f the club, announces activities ·will start early in September, when she plans to call a meeting of the board of directors to discuss the club year book and elect a parliamentarian and a corresponding secretary to take tho places of -Mrs. E. · P. Janes and Mrs. Russell Smith, respectively, who have moved -from the community. Meetings of the r.luh will bo held the first and third Thursdays of each month, beginning October 3rd. Mrs. M.. R. Marshall has again been appointed chairman of cards. Other chairmen . appointed arc: Mrs. R. Alexander, program; Mrs. Albert Schneider, FederUion.News; . Mr». Clarence Rodgers, philan- thropj-; Mrs. Elmer E. Lobre, publicity and press. ^Patrician Oil s | Permanent Will Give Your "Little Lady" More Confidence Under Her "Curly Top" Our modern "children need self-assurance when . attending school. Don't.let your ."little girl" be shy be- . ^cause her-hair. Is straight ihd . often' "unbecoming. · Children are as"style-conscious as their modern mothers--and one of our Patrician Oil Permanent Wives will change her Into · a gay : little -Pixie with more confidence under her "curly top." Bring your little girl to.. our new Beauty. Salon for one of .these lovely Permanents. l^ottschalVs MEZZANINE Mrs. Rail Proaost. who ulat Miss ' Mildred Adelaide Sample tc/orc her recent Laverne Ulsh, G. H. Crawford Marry In Reno Announcement is being, m a d e ' o f :hc 'marriage Tuesday in" Reno, S T cv., of Miss Laverne Ulsh, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ulsh of Fresno, and Gail H. Crawford of Stockton. After a short honeymoon at Lake Tahoe the 'couple will establish heir home in the Ma^they Apartments i n . Stockton. Mr. nnft " Mrs:' -Crawford '· WPJV graduated from the Fresno High School , a n d u a ,local business _c6l : ege. He is'' the son. of Mr."ahd Mrs. C." H. Crawford of Fresno and resided here until a year. ago. is employed by the Valley" Hoar Lines. . Surprise Party Honors Fresnan H. Hubhard .wns complimented at a surprise party the-evening.of August 17th in celebration of his seventy-sixth birthday anniversary when' his wife and a number of 'riends.entertained-at a supper in Roeding Park. Others present were; Mr. and Mrs. A] Cole, Elmer Morton, Bert Noble, Fred .Hanson, Ray Turner, r. Emory Snyder and Mrs. Bess. Mittleton, Jessie Bessie Gordon, Mary Nattey, Amuy ChHson. John Ream, Frances Tur- HONOREE. ~7? MISS SAMPLE IS BRIDE OF RAY PROVOST , Miss Mildred Adelaide Sampl and Ray Piovost were united In marriage at 1 P. M. August*5th tho homo of Rev. C. Aaron Kin*, on San Pablo Avenue. Rev. King read the service in the presence of relatives of the couple. The bride wore a navy blu printed crepe ensemble, trimmed -·.'1th plaited chiffon the same color and her hat and accessories also were navy blue. She wore a corsage boquet of orchids and lilies of the valley. The bridal couple left immediaU- nfter t h e ceremony for San ^rancisco and after a short honeymoon returned to Fresno and have stablishcd their home at 1139 Roosevelt Avenue. Those present at the wedding .ere: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sample, Ir. n,nd Mrs. Perry Pierson, Mr. nd Mrs. Harry S. Baker, Mrs. Sdna E. Sample of Burrel, mother f the bride, and J. D. Sample and V. J, Sample, brothers of the briat. Mrs. Provost, the daughter of ie late James A, Sample, pioneei lerchant of the San Joaquin Val- 3\*, is a granddaughter of T. J. Davis of Mississippi, where the ample family formerly resided, nd of the late A. D. Sample. She ttended the Fresno High School, he Roosevelt High School and was raduated from the Tranquillity "igh School. Provost is the son of A. O. Proost of Abbeville, La., and attended chools in .Louisiana. He is now otton pin manager for the Pro- ucers Cotton Oil Company at .elm. \arty Honors *astor. Wife Miss Pearl Larson, who wns the honored guest at a recent dinner party. Pearl Larson Is Honored At Farewell Party · Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Larson en- f g m n i r itertained at a dinner party recent- iamiiy. j l y afc lneir home m Reed]ey J n mpliment to their daughter, Miss ier and W i n i f f p f l PREMIER PRESENTATION SMART FALL MILLINERY FALL BRIMS Put On Lots Of FRQNT New, yes ... but think of the old-fashioned coal tcutlls Grandmother wore, and you will see whence came the idea! Tight to the head in back . . . jutting out with a wide sweep across the eye« . . . and the trimming literally dripi off tb« front, in a veil, a feather or a bow. FUR FELTS $20 VELOURS l^ottschalk's Pearl Larson, who will enter the nurses' training school at St. Mary's Hospital in San Francisco. Miss Larson, who formerly resided" in Fresno, has been employed in the-Yosemite National Park. The after dinner Hours were -spent informally and the honorce received a guest gift. .The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larson and daughter Maxine of Orange Cove, Reese Bayless of Reedley, Mr. and Mrs, Wallace J. Moore; Misses Feme Larson, Ruby Larson and Opal Larson; Messrs. Arthur R. Wiebe and Claude Johnson of Fresno. * . * * Tulare Couple Marry In Kern 'TULARE (Tulare Co.), Aug. 24. --Miss Irene Campbell and Oscar Ferguson, both of this city, were married in the home of Justice Stewart MacGce, in Bakersfield, Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crowe of Tularc. foster parents of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. David Linder, also of this city, witnessed the ceremony. Both bride and bridegroom are graduates of the Tulare High School, and have a host of fricnu, in Tulare and Corcoran, the latter i iltv being the former home of t h e : bride. j The couple left for. a honeymoon j trin in the bay region. They w i l l j reside here. · « * Shower Given ; ·' For Bride-Elect TULARE (Tulare Co.), Aug. 24. -A bridal shower was given al Ihc homo of Mrs. Alberta Glad on "·oulh E Street in honor of Miss Morna McMillan, who is to bi;- ;_rme the bride of Archie Sims next Tuesday evening. Mrs. Oivil Paytori and Mrs. Ra- !n)nh Dye assisted Mrs. Glad. M'FARLAND (Kern Co.), Aug. 4.--Rev. and Mrs. M. Alva Long ave departed 1'or their new charge t Raisin City after serving the hurch of the Brethren here for le past . five years. They -were onored at a farewell . party on m parsonage lawn by more than 00 members of .the church, friends nd neighbors. Mrs, L. E. Hylton presented the ouple with a gift in appreciation or their services while here. A rop-am presided over by Mrs. Valter Root included a song, led V K. L. Seinherger; speech of ap- reciation, Elder EHckenstaff; eading,. Miss Frances Grober; riginal poem, Mrs. B. C. Shick; eading. Eunice Nabers; instru- nental number, Mrs. Earl Bowan and Clarence Bowman; talk, ev. H. G. Langley; song,', men a iiorus;. talk, E. W. Root; poem, Hiss Martha Shick; reading, Samel Bowman, and Instrumental umber, Clarence Bowman. The committee In charge con- isted of Mesdames H. H. Stahl, /. E. Hylton. Walter Root and ohn Moomaw. ' * * *' 3erniece Bishop Veds In Yuma COALINGA · (Fresno Co.). Aug. 1.--Miss Berniece Bishop and Al Derrick were married in Yuma, .riz., Thursday. The bride is a daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Herbert Bishop of Coalr nga. . She attended the schools biLnIuuL.nt; iiuiu uie Cuuiin^a School-in 1933.'- " The bridegroom is a son of Mr And "'Mrs. lV A; J; Herrick. of . Los Angeles. He is employed by .the pipe line department of the Union Oil Company and at present ii stationed at a plant on the Rldg Route. ' ; The couple plan to. make 'their home here. *. * · Birthday Party Given At Park . G E N E R A L - GRANT PARK (Fresno Co.), Aug. 24.--A. «urprise birthday party was given In honor of Miss Elizabeth Hicks of Visalia at the Summer camp of Mrs. J LaFoon in tho General Grant Park The guests were Misses Dorothy Wilkins, Ruth Hicks, Mary Alice Black, V i v i a n Finch; Messrs "Iharlen Mullen, Elmer Volmer Howard Billeton, Thomas Shackleford; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hicks; Mrs. Lenore Wilson and children William. Ben and Norma; Mrs. A, M. Wilkins; Mrs. J. V. Finch, Harold and Louise Braman.. , * :* * Newly Carried Couple Honored FELLOWS (Kern Co.), Aug. 24. --Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Moor, who were married recently, assembled at the home of the court e for a social evening and to greet .hem" on their return from a trip o San Luis Oibspo. In the group were Messrs, and ttesdames Walter Main, K. Carson, ''red Watkins and Vernon Bell of ?aft; Mesdames J. Hedrick and Maxine Thornton; Miss Barbara Tedrick; Messrs. H. Harris, S, Campbell, Elmo Watkins, Claud Dallas, Harold Bell, Clarence Angel ind Robert Hedrick. r · * * · Delano Party Fetes Birthday DELANO (Kern Co.), Aug. 24.-A group of relatives joined in com- ilimenting' Chester Beck on his irthday imniveraary with a party at the Robert H. Hiett ranch home, west of Delano. Present with Mr. and Mrs. Beck and their family were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hiett, Jr., and two children, Mr. and Mrs. George Hiett and son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Hiett, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fry, Misses Clarice and Ina Boettcher and Harry Hiett. TO RESIDE JN FRESNO' Mrs. Sy Baldwin, who with her husband, has re- cently'come from New York to establish her home in Fresno. . -' Mary Louise Rhea Becomes Bride Of Jof Yrulegui At th« home of Rev. Alfred Jeffery on Lamona Avenue Miss; Mary Louisa Rhea and Joe Yrulcgui were united in .marriage at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon by Rev. Jef- The' bride wai. Attended by her sister, Miss Myrtle Rhea/- and Charles 1 Yrulegui, brother of the bridegroom, was the groomsman. The bride wore a .navy blue taffeta tailored suit with a red taffeta blouse. Her hat and accessories were navy blue and she'wore, a corsage boquet of gardenias. Her sister wore a navy blue suit with white polka dots and red trimming. She had a corsage boquet of: red rosebuds. . .A reception for" relatives- and. intimate friends was' held at- the tome of the bride'a mother, Mrs. Edna M. Rhea, at 1297 Echo Ave^ nue. Later Mr. and. Mrs. Yrulegui eft on a wedding trip to San Diego, where they will attend' the xposition. .They'also will visit in [ong Beach and San Francisco. They will establish Iheir home in f resno. . The bride was. graduated from :he · Castlemont High School " in Oakland and did post-graduate work at the Fresno Technical High School. Yrulegui, the'son of Mrs. ?. Yrulegui, was graduated .from .he -Fresno High School and the Fresno Slate College. He is a member of the Zeta Mu Fraternity. He also is affiliated with the Delta Sigma'Fraternity. He. is employed by Gundelfinger A Myers. Relatives present, at the wedding ncluded'Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Robnson, uncle and aunt of the bride, and Ruth File and Edgar ·· Kilo, lousins of the bride, all of Oakland. · . * * * Martha Adams Veds In Oakland TAFT (Kern Co.), Aug/24:--Mrs. -lartha. Adams, a former resident if Taft who has made her home or the past two years at Hanford, ·vas married last Sunday to Nicholas Devinfi. Oakland htisiness man. RECENT BRIDE MOHAWK Rugs Carpets New fall r n t f f r n i and Pricta Josephine FyrniUn Ci. Betrothal Told At Dinner Party PORTERVILIjE (Tularc Co.), Aug. 24.--The silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Hutchesbn and the announcement of tho betrothal of (heir daughter, Miss Rena Hutchcson, to Merrill Johnson were the occasions for a dinner party given, at the Hutcheson Summer home above Camp Nelson. The following were guests: Mrs. F. G. Hutchcson, Miss Claire Hutchison, and Gilbert Hutche son, all of Burbank; Mr. and Mrs Ray Williams of Fresno; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Slingcrland, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gibson, John Carey, Mrs. Clara Holding, F. D. Builey, Merrill Johnson, all of Porterville, HYLWARD SCHOOL FOR GIRLS LccntcA In the foothtlll ot HlKhltind Pnik, n suburb of ton Angeles COUltSIvS lilcmonlnry UlRh Sfhnnl, Mnnln Hnd Art.. Also thorniiKh Secrnl«rl*l Course--Outdoor Aihietlns. ThnrouRhncEfi n n d nuftlltir tre empliaKlzRd .in ever? depflrtment. Our n l m -- t o train a few well--Providing t achool where the Indlvldiullty ot Hit Mrs. Laufne . Heinrich, who- uias A/153 ]unt Opal Kciger before her recent marriage. . al the home of her parents, Mr. and . Mrs, J. 6. Keiger, on Fountain BETROTHED Fresno Couple Announce Troth Mr. and Mrs. John S»lwas«er nnouncing the betrothal of thei daughter. Miss Emma Salwasse .o John Pete Kohl. The bride-elect attended th Washington Union High School a Easton and Kohl attended the Ed son Technical High .School. .He i employed at a Fresno service sta iion. No date for the wedding ha Deen set. · ' ' . . . Miss Kmma Salwnssrr, whose betrothal lo ,lnhn F. Knhl is lining anilouncnd.--Staff photo. COOK WITH THE GAS TURNED OFF! Save 50% on Ga* A CHAMBERS K I T C H E N RANGE DOES JOST THAT! SEE ONE-TO-DAY AT TURPIN'S 1321 Fulton St. Phone 3-3169 | SAVE on FURNITURE During Our Great . AUGUST SALE fupniTURe co Rinse A w a y HAIR DULLNESS ; LOVALON for 5 Lovalon gives a natural lustre, lovely gleaming highlights and brilliant nituril tint to ill shade! of hair. Yet Lovalon .is simple and quick to use -- · few minutes spent: after each shampoo will bring a tremendous improvement in' the beauty of your hair. Many a beautiful head of hair you admire has been made beautiful by Lovalon. · ' · · Skodw--riotingTM (for Itey, . . itte blonde) black. henna th.it. 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Come in and led talk ih'mgs oticr in our College Shop-- Mezzanine Floor COOPER

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