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'V ; ' M <*% ^W^*? 9 * J , , '",>, '-',.i\'' THE BAliERSFIELD CAL1FORNIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1933 . SOC CLUB DEBATE TOURNEY DATES ARE SET 50 Pacific Southwest-Teams Expected to Take Part in Meet March 3. I t-Mii llho PI, national honorary junior college debate fraternity, will hold its annual Pacific southwest tournament In Hakersfleld March 3 and 4, according to announcement today by W. K. Peterson, director of public speaking at Bakersfleld Junior College, who returned yesterday from Los Angeles, where he attended a convention of public speaking teachers. Plans for the junior college tournament were completod at a special section meeting of Phi Rho Pi directors, under the leadership of R. R. Johnson, Long Beach, president of tho* southwestern association. Fifty debate teams, representing 10 junior colleges of southern California and Arizona, are expected to take part In the tournament. Bakerafleld, Taft, Olendale, Lung Beach, Pasadena. Los Angeles, Santa 'Ana, Vlsalla, Reedley and Phoenix, Ariz., junior colleges are those to bo represented. Miss Isabelle Hnnnwnll, Harry Miller and Miss Evelyn Schmidt, officers of the local chapter of Phi Rho Pi, will co-operate with directors of the southwestern association In arrangements for tho tournament. Tentative plans arc to start the preliminary round of the tournament Friday afternoon, March 3, then carry over until Saturday afternoon for the finals. Oratorical and extempory speaking contests will also be slated. A banquet at which all those taking part In the convention will be present, will be held Friday evening at « local tutfel. BEFORE COURT Judge Clarice S. Baright of New York, one of the founders of the Prison Reform League, was one of the group of lawyers appearing recently before the United States Supreme Court In Washington, D. C., and admitted to practice in the nation's highest court. TO ELKS' MEETING Sol-optimist Club Singers to Entertain; Business Meeting Also Planned .Music by the Soroptimist Club double trio will be the main feature of entertainment lit tonight's meeting of Bakersfield Lodge No. 2GO, B. P. O. E. Members of the group are Mosdames Maude Robb, Alberta W. Smith, Pcarle M. Smith, Pearl Ferguson, Mary Crane Garrard and Miss Cornelia Ball, Mrs. Pearle M. Smith, who sings with the ensemble usually, will he replaced tonight by Mrs. Charles J. Patterson, but will accompany the singers at the piano as usual. In addition to choral numbers there will be duets and solos, according to Lee Lazelle, program chairman. Virgil Johnson, exalted ruler, will open'the business session at 8 o'clock; there will be discussion of plans for a visit of B. C. Hawkins, district deputy grand exalted ruler, from Modesto, January 17. Initiation, a program and refreshments are planned for that occasion. There will be reports tonight from Ed Carlson, chairman of a. bridge tournament, and Kd Bluisdell. chairman of the card party committee. BLUE SEATSOFFICERS Royal Neighbors to Install Staff; Jewel Presented to Retiring Leader DE HUB ENJOY PARTYJ Dedicate Alto Sierra Winter Sports Club's Toboggan and Ski Slide Dnkersfleltl Chapter of Do Moltiy dedicated Altn Sierra Winter Sports Club's ski and toboggan slide, one-half mllew southeast of Alta Sierra store, In connection with a snow party held over the Inst several days. A complete report of the nffnlr, one of the most unusual arid successful bver sponsored hy the chapter, will l>o made Thursday night at a reKular meeting at the Masonic Temple, to lie presided over by Robert Strauss, master councilor. The hospitality of the mountain .top was put at the disposal of tho young men by the Alta Sierra Association, cabins being arranged for through Phil White, chairman of arrangements. Mr. White was assisted by a general committee composed ,of Robert Strauss, Asa Moudell, Jr., a'nd I^awrence .131- wood. Candidates Initiated during the several-day stny were Marvin Mongold, Venton Williams, Cllnn Mann, Arthur DeCue, Joe Hlmovltz and Jorrold Me Call. The auction bridge tournament, Ht which I'hll White and Lawrence Elwood emerged champions, an Informal meeting Thursday night, and a "feed" Friday noon, were events of the outing. Among those attending were Phil White, Asa Me'udell, Jr., Lawrence ICIwood, Bill Stemen, Cllnn Mann, Charles Shaw, Thbburn Haworth, Dale Van Riper, Robert Strauss, Jerrold MeCall, Donald Simpson, Joe Hlmovltz, Venton Williams, Albert Malouf, Marvin Mongold and Arthur DeCne. SOCIETY MEETING SCHEDULED The Church Service League of St. Paul's church will meet this evening In the Guild hall at 7:30 o'clock. St. Paul's Guild will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. The choir will -rehearse tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock. In preparation for 1033. members of Blue Bird Camp, No. S208, Royal Neighbors of America. Installed officers last night In Eagles' hall. Mrs. Mnudo Stnncllff acted ns Installing marshal and Mrs. Ada. Stewart as ceremonial marshal. Mrs. Emma Shaul, retiring oracle, was presented with a jewel and was the surprised recipient of a handkerchief shower during the serving of nn 11 o'clock supper. In charge of arrangements were .Mrs. Tsahell "DodcnhnVf, Mrs. Susie Phelps, Mrs. Minnie Hankin, and Mrs. Melberta Dogart. The elective officers Installed were Mrs. Edith Baker, .nrncl«; Mrs. Effie Vittum, vice-oracle; Mrs. Emma Shaul, past oracle; Mrs. Clara Wolverton, chaplain; Mrs. Tva McCloy, recorder; Mrs. Isabell Dodenhoff, receiver; Miss Daisy Lounsbury, outer sentinel; Mrs. Lillian Fitch, Inner sentinel; Carl Shepherd, manager, and Mrs. Edna Rogers, musician. The appointive officers include: Miss Ivy McFeeley, Mrs. Ruth Rogers, Miss I^ucinda Wolverton, Mrs. Josephine ' Head and , Mrs. Helen White, Graces; Mrs. Sophia Tlbbetts, flag bearer; and Mrs,. Susie Phelps, captain of degree staff. • • * A. U. S. W. V. Party Series Beginning A .series of card parties to be sponsored by the United Spanish War Veterans' Auxiliary will begin Saturday evening, January 7, at 8 o'clock at the Olldale community hall. Six parties • will be held, all devoted to five hundred. Seven prizes will be given each evening, and refreshments will be served. Mrs. Dora Cooper, general chairman, and Mrs. Mollle Perse], hostess of the evening, are inviting the pub- llc to share Saturday night's affair. Holidays were forgotten today in the rush of school affairs when city pupils settled down to studies and teachers were hack at. their posts. Some of the teachers arrived home last night from trips taken to various parts of tho state. . Attendance in all Bakersfleld grammar schools was reported as excellent as the vacation period seemed to decrease the Illness absences. All teachers were back on duty with the exception of Miss Alice Kalb, who is confined to her home at Fresno with Illness, and Miss Elizabeth Davis, who suffered a sprained knee in taboggan- ing In the snow over the holidays. Shakespeare Club Will Meet Friday For their first meeting since the holidays, members of Mary Ardcn Chapter of the Shakespeare Study Club will convene Friday mornlngr at the home of Mrs. M. J. Meadows. The students are completing the study of Twelfth Nlffht, and will launch soon, into Henry IV. Mrs. Roy Salla'dhy is president of the club this season. Silver Wedding Anniversary. The silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Stockton, 205 Eighteenth street, who were married In Utah on New Years 26 years ago, was tho Inspiration for' a surprise party and charivari at their home New Years eve.> Two decorated "wedding" cakes filed Into the scheme at .the .refreshments -hour; Christmas decorations prevailed. Cards were played Informally, and a gift was 'presented the honor guests. Sharing the evening were! < Messrs, and Mesdames— A. Y. Meudell William Bain John Culbertson Thomas Hope Bon Hagcman Richard Stansbury D. J. Llghtner J. T. Graham .1. S. Stocktqn Doctor and Mrs. T. N. Sawyer .• • • . Mrs. Howe Hostess I. D. E. A. Club members were entertained by Mrs. Earl Howe, 2200 Ban Emldlo street, recently at a 1:30 o'clock luncheon. Prizes were Won by Mrs. Fred H. Neergaard, Mrs. Philip C. Plfer and Mrs. Howe. • Mrs. D. R. Mays Invited members to her home, 1200 California avenue, for their next gathering. Those belonging Include: Mesdames— Fred H. . M. E. Newcomb Neergaard Leason McCoy D. R. Mays Philip C. Plfer C. E. Smith Frank Burke Earl Howe * • • To Tournament of Roses Among Bakersfield people who spent the week-end In Pasadena, and enjoyed the Tournament of Roses, were Mrs. Louise Herod, Mr. and Mrs. William Winters', and their two oJilldren Joann and Billy, and Miss Elinor Hastings; They went south Saturday afternoon and returned Monday night. • » • • • Back From South Miss Reta Gerson, 2001 Orange street, who was a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright and family, in Anaheim for the last week-end, was a visitor New Years day at the Pasadena tournament of roses. She returned home last evening. Klelver-Balzer Wedding Miss Lldla. 'Klelver, the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Klelver, and David Balzer, formerly of Mountain Lake, Minnesota, were married recently at the Mennonlte Church, according to announcement just mnde locally. Tho Rev. B, J. Freisen performed the ceremony and Mrs. Frelsen played the processional. An anthem- "Be Thou Our' Pilot," was sung by the choir of tho Mennonlte Churclv A sermon was delivered by the Rev. William Beatvater of Shafter, after whlch"'n, vocal duet "Follow Me," was sung by John Klelver, a brother of the bride, and Leland Prclsen. Music was added by n. male quartet, The bride wore a floor-length white satin gown with a veil whjch was shaped to the '•head In bonnet style. Her bouquet was of white sweet peas. Refreshments were served during an Informal reception In the Mennonlte Church dining hall. The couple will live in Reedley. Family Reunion Held Mr. and Mrs. 151mo Freear, 313 FRATERNAL Job's Daughters Bakersflcld Bethel of Job's Daughters will practice tonight and 'Saturday. The next regular meeting la set for Tuesday night. HANAWALTS HAVE GUESTS McFARLAND, Jan. 3.— Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hanawalt, Jr., entertained at their country home from Tuesday until Thursday for the latter's sister- in-law, Mrs. Fred Parr and her daughter, Mildred, of Seattle, Washington. The guests were returning from San Diego- where they had spent Christmas holidays with relatives. They returned to their home Thursday. _ Security Benefit Association The next meeting of the Security Benefit Association Is set for Friday, January 13, with Mrs. Elsie Kuehn presiding. Red Men to Meet Talches -Tribe, No. 154, Improved Order of Red'Men, will hold a meeting tonight at K. of P. hall. The nomination arid election of officers will take place. Robert Sanderson Is sachem of the order. A. U. S. W. V. Thursday To practice for Installation January 10 In connection with William, R. Shafter Camp, a meeting: of the United Spanish War Veterans' Auxiliary is set for Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock at Memorial hall. This Is a special meeting, and all members are .requested by Mrs. Rose Heiner, president, to attend. Amaranth Wednesday Tejon Court No. 41, Order of the Amaranth will meet Wednesday night at 8 o'clock at the Masonic temple. Visitors will be welcome; refreshments, will be served. Mrs. Ella Mae Means, royal' matron, and . James Cheney, royal patron, have asked all officers to be present. Grace street, of Highland Park, entertained at a dinner party New Vears day at their home where a family reunion was held. The guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiseman of Glennvllle; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norman and kheir children, Barbara and TOwyn of Culver City; Mr. and Mrs. Hlrman Rlchter of Fresno; Miss Hilda McKlnney, Cal Wiseman and William Lavers of Olen- vllle. Mr. and Mrs. Norman are guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stockton at the Warren Stockton home at Highland Park. Mrs. Norman is a daughter of Mrs. Frank Wiseman and a niece of R. L. Stockton. * 9 • Party at Potters Mr. and Mrs. C. N.. Potter. 1602 Oregon street, were numbered among the hosfs and hostesses of the last weekend, having entertained at an evening of card? topped off at 11 o'clock with a buffet supper. The New Year Jdea was developed in decorations. Those attending were: Messrs, nnd Mosdames — Lee Grlndley Harvey Harrel- Ike Fleenor son Frank Painter * « • Returns to School Lloyd A. Patrick, 217 H street, a student at Harvard Military School Los Angeles, returned south yesterduj after a. two weeks visit with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs.- William E Patrick. * * * Mrs. Grandy Home After n. visit of several weeks with hor daughters, Mrs. A. M. Kelly and Mrn. Hazel Fuller, Mrs. W. S. Grandy, 1818 . Second street, returned home during the week-end. * « *.. Visits in North Mrs. L. M. ' Whiting, 915 Tenth street, left for San Francisco yesterday, where she will spend a two- week vacation visiting with relatives and friends. * * * Sunset Embroidery Club Members of Sunset Embroidery Club will enjoy a 1 o'clock luncheon Wo<J- nesday at the home of Mrs. Dallas Hayes, 2630 Park Way, with Mrs. Charles Shultz as hostess. * • • Sunshine Social Club Members of Sunshine Social Club will meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Forest Brown, 1501 Flower street, for their first meeting since the holidays., ONE BILLION DOLLARS FINE.. 90 MILLION DAYS IMPRISONMENT for neglect of COLDS tECJURES HERE To Hold Meetings at High School; District Leader Arranges Schedule / • • J. F. Dale, of the state department of education, bureau of parent education, will undertake a heavy program of activities during a series of trips to Bakersflcld "and vicinity In January, according to announcement today by Mrs. J. -P. Faber,past' president of the seventh district and a state chairman of extension for.the California Congress of Parents and Teachers. Mr. Dale will come to this district to conduct a series of classes and to give demonstrations of parent education work, under auspices of the Bak- ersfleld Evening High School, each Monday and Tuesday of the month, starting Jnruhiry 9. ' Working In conjunction with the state department officials, the seventh district P. T. A. and Bakersfleld Evening High School, Mrs. Faber has mapped out the following schedule cf meetings at which Mr. Dale will appear. Other Dates On Monday and Tuesdays, January 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, '24, 80 and 31, from 9:30 until 11:30 o'clock In the morn- Ings, and from 1 to 3 o'clock on Monday afternoons, Mr. Dale will conduct his classes in the study hall of the hlgti school music building, Thirteenth and F streets. This series is open to every one in Kern county, regardless of place of residence, and those living outside of Bakersfleld are ipeclallV Invited to take advantage of this' opportunity to hear 'Mr. Dale. There will be no admission charge, no written work, no examinations, and one may or may not enter into'the discussion, according to Mrs, Faber. * The Bakersfield Council of Parents and Teachers Has postponed its monthly regular monthly board meeting to January 10, in order that members might have the opportunity of hearing the state department representative. Special Dates A number of special meetings have also been arranged for Mr. Dale. On the afternoon of January 17, from to 3:30 o'clock, he will address the Vineland P. T. A., and on January 24 at the same time of day, he will speak before the seventh district executive board. • Monday evening meetings, from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock, have been scheduled for the Shafter P. T. A., January 9; for the Horace Mann P. T. A., January 16; McFarland (tentative), January 23, and Washington P. T. A., January 30. On Tuesday evenings, he will speak at Beardsley P. T. A., January 10; at Standard P. T. A., January 17; at Hawthorne P. T. A., January 24, and at Jefferson P. T. A., January 31. Two open dates remain, the evening of January 23 an'd the afternoon of January 31. In addition to the general topics of parent education, Mr. Dale will discuss some of the following topics: Division of authority in the home; how to maintain a feeling of security under present-day conditions; planning now for leisure time Increased by the "five- day week." Other interesting subjects listed are: Obedience as co-operation; when should parents, begin to prepare a child for college; Should all go to college? The early adolescent; gangs— a form of community life., •» » * Leader to Be Guest Here at January Meet Henry J. Berrodln »of .Akron, Ohio, grand, president of the. national Order of Eagles, will be the guest of ftakersfleld aerie at its meeting on, January 25, It was announced totjay by M. T, Christenson, secretary. At Wednesday evening's meet, ing of the aerie, plans will be made for a reception for the grand president. A class of SO candidates will be^organlzed In compliment to J. C. Walser. The class • will be known as the J. C. Walser class. , , K. OF P. LODGE : RITESJISDAY D. R. Hense Succeeds Leon v Eyraud as Chancellor Commander, 1933 Installation ceremonies will be conducted Thursday of this week at the K. of P. hall on Lake street at 8 o'clock to seat officers of Lodge No. 143, Knights, of Pythias. Refreshments will b'e served; all members of lodge No. 143 are being extended a. special Invitation to be present. W. V. Shaul, district, deputy grand chancellor, elected to this office Thursday night, will act as installing officer. He succeeds Fred Mooney. D. R. Hense, chancellor commfcndcr, succeeds Leon Eyraud. " Others to be InVested with the regalia of lodge leadership include W. V. Shaul, vice-chancellor commander; C. P. Badger, prelate; Charles Flndlay, keeper of records and seals: Bert Wai- ford, master-of-flnnnce: Tom Foley, master-of-exchequer; Leon Eyraud master of works: V. P. Rdinu'ndson, master-of-arms; and C. P. Badger, Lou Johnson and John Parana, trustees. A program Is being arranged. !E CLUB MEETS AT STEM HOME FELLOWS. Jan. 3.—Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stephens were host nnd hostess to the members of their bridge Methodist Church Public 1o Share Weekly Evening Meetings first Methodist Church nounced today that tho public is be-; Ins invited to a series of dlnnais^ commencing January 4 at 6:15 o'elocU.. to be held at weekly Interval to\', two months and to be cltrottxea In, March by the presence of jJ. Stl.ttj Wilson, fdrmer mayor of Berkeley,and nationally known educator. ', The meiils will. be. served flt "def, presslon prices" In Oechsli hall of the, new educational unit. They are; sponsored by the church with tho J^a- dies' Aid Society In chnrffe- of, th'e serving. The first two dinners wll.l be prepared by members of Circle XQ'. 1, of which Mrs. George Hqttle Ms president, with Mrs. F. . L. Httyw president of the general aid society, heading the committee in charge. ;. Devotlonals at the dinner table will be in charge of the Rev. Fletche» G^ Watson, pastor. After dinner therp will be study' work of missionary iynu Sunday school training topics In charge of Miss Lraura Soper and Carl MIC- ler. ..:~ Members of the public will be privileged to remain for the study hour if they so desire, Ihose in charge announced today. . • •,,.' - : - • •» ' — - — ; . • • f- TEA IS GIVEN 10R GUI Retiring President Hostess; Sol-optimists to Install ; Officers Tonight • Marked by a genial hospitality, a tea Monday afternoon was given by Mrs. Marguerite Follansbee at tlriJ home of her parents, Mr; and^Jitrsi A. T. Lightner, 2601 Nineteenth street; for members of the Soroptlmlst Club'. The hostess will retire this eveyln^ as president of the service club, after srevlng for two terms aa' its president. She will be Succeeded Uy Mrs; Ruth Lane. Under her administration the club has-been a constructive factor in community life, following out the precedent established by Dr. Jnuis , , .. .Smith, presldeVt for the first two club Saturday evening, when they en- | terms of the club's existence. -. : tertalned with n. dinner following | Tonight's installation service will bt; which the evening was enjoyed playing bridge, with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Anderson receiving men's and ladies' high score, Mr. and-Mrs. C. A. Corbtn, men's and ladies' low. Bidden to enjoy Mr. and Mrs. Stephens' hospitality were Messrs, and Mesdames R., D. Morris, C. A. Corbin, W. R. Aricicrson, A. W. Chambers, Miss Bertha Hassett, Prescott, Ariz., Mrp. Lois Patrick, Marie Corbin, and Messrs. Frank and Duane Anderson. Church Society to Hold All-Day Meet The women of tho executive board of the Woman's Council of Trinity Methodist Church will sponsor a business men's luncheon on Thursday noon In the basement of the church. A tempting menu will be served at an exceptionally reasonable price. Mrs. Peter Gllll. Is chairman of the committee in charge. The public Is Invited to attend. At a recent meeting of the board held, at the home of Mrs. J. W. Voor- hles, 1014 Kentucky street, at which time the members .voted to meet every Thursday at 2 o'clock Instead of holding an all-day meeting as formerly. All members and friends are urged to attend, by the leaders. EVERY YEAR, the common cold cost* America over a billion dollars! Every year, colds imprison people at home — away from work—for more than 90 million days! These figures are based on estimates of the United States Public Health Service. Nor does this terrific penalty imposed by colds include their misery and annoyance — their trouble and worry — their actual danger to health. Now Comes Relief!,. Happily - now — a way has been found to lift much of this burden. It comes with the new Vicks Plan for better Control of Colds. In clinical tests among thousands last winter, Vicks Plan reduced the number mnd duration of colds by half! — cut the dangers and costs of colds more than half! To millions of homes, the Plan has already brought new freedom from colds. Better Control of Colds ... This unique and remarkable Plan was made possible by the development of the new aid in preventing colds — Vicks Nose & Throat Drops. This new formula is the ideal companion to Vicks VapoRub, the modern way of treating colds. Together with certain simple rules of health, they form Vicks Plan for better Control of Colds — fully explained in each Vicks package. Very briefly, it is this: To PREVENT Many CoM*... When Colds threaten— at that first feeling of stuffiness or nasal irritation, sniffle or sneeze—Nature's usual warning that a cold is coming on—use Vicks Nose Drops at once! They soothe irritati6n and aid Nature's functions in throwing off fhe infection that threatens. They prevent development of many colds. To END a Cold Sooner ...If a cold haa developed or strikes without warning, vigorous measures are necessary. At bedtime, apply Vicks VapoRub over throat and chest. Its direct double-action continues through the night. By morning the worst of a cold is usually over. During the day, use the convenient Vicks Nose Drops for added comfort and relief. Prizes Awarded in La Granada Contest Miss Mary Scott and Leslie De Kay were awarded first prize last night i in the one-step contest finals staged. ! at tho La Granada ballroom at; Six- | teenth and I streets. Miss Thelma Montel and Carl Montgomery won second prize, and third honors were accorded Miss Helen Heffernan and Walter Stevens. Cups were given the winners. The contest, held over a period of weeks, brought out some splendid dancers, and proved popular with both contestants and spectators. • Dances are held at the "ballroom every Wednesday and Saturday night. Qulnn Johnson directs the orchestra. i UNITY WOMEN TO MEET The Unity Truth Center women will meet fit 1669H Chester avenue Wednesday nt 2 o'clock for a praise and prayer service. All students of Unity and their friends are invited to this meeting. If it IH the desire of those present, these meetngs will continue on Wednesdays until further notice. Pretty Luncheon Is Given on West Side TAFT, Jan. 3.— Mrs. Harry A. Hopkins presided at a prettily appointed luncheon and bridge party, given at her home in Taft Heights during the holiday week. The long tables in the dining room where the guests were seated for luncheon had a^ centerpiece of winter berries and four v tapers In umber hold-' ers completed the decoration. Tables were placed for contract bridge in the living room and after several hours of play, prizes were awarded to Mrs. Howell A. Denton and Mrs. Charles E. Alien for liitfh scores. Sharing Mrs. Hopkins' hospitality were Mosdanies W. T. Walton, Charles E. Allen, Joseph H. Spahr, Robert C. Patterson, % F,dmund W. Callandor, Howell A. Denton and Miss Mabel Gay West. New Year Parties Planned at Wasco WASCO, Jan. 3.— A potluck dinner will be given in the basement of tho Methodist Church at 6:30 o'clock this evening. The committee In charge are Mrs. Edwin Booth, A. R. Beckes, Mrs. Fred West, Mrs. 13d Elms and Mrs. H. G. Bryson. This Is to be a New Years parly and after the regular business meeting games In keeping with the time will be enjoyed. On Wednesday afternoon the Ladies' Alii will meet at the parsonage and this will also be a New Years party. All members of the church and their friends are invited. Snow Outing Held at Mountain Resort Among the recent snow parties was that In which a group of young people participated at Alta Sierra, at the cabin of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Busby. Among those taking part were: Miss Bernadeen Green, a student at the University of California home for the holidays, Miss Marjorle Collins, Miss-.Bette Faye of Beverly Hills, a student at the University of Southern California; Miss Elizabeth Davis, and Stewart Paulin of Santa Barbara, a student at U. S. C.; Tom Dickey, Randolph Booth, "also a U. S. C. student, and Jack Wells. held at Hotel El .Tejon In the Span-; Ish ballroom, at the 6:45 o'clock dinnei; hour. . ": • Mrs. Mabel Dodge and Mrs. Evit Glasscock presided: at the tea tabld yesterday, and Mrs.-'Porter Turner and Mrs. Ruth Lane assisted Mrft. Follans-; bee in receiving. .«^?M " Among those attending ^were -Meg* dames Guy Garrard, Mabel Dodge; Trlcy Bewick, Mollie Grain, John W* Doughty, Jc, A. Q. F.erguson, F. Al Eyraud, Eva Qlasscock, Ruth Lnrie.' Henry JLatz, William B.' Robb, Pearl* M. Smith, A. B. Tleok, Frank ET wards, Porter Turner; Dr. .Inez SfnlJ Misses Anna Maude Anderson, othy Earl, Helen Elizabeth j; atae Snunders, nnd Beth j?ye. ..._,, C. Williams, of Watsonvillev. a bouse guest of Mrs. Edwards, 'was a special guest. - • • The tea table was centered by n silvery and spangled tree. In miniature,, colorful/with baubles and emblems of the season. ~ •> AMARANTH MEETING ' ;FELLOWS, Jan. 3.—Fellows Court, No. 45, Order of the Amaranth, will meet In regular session • Thursday evening, January 5. A class of candidates will be Initiated. " ' MOTHER SINGERS Members of the P. T. A. mother singers will practice tonight, at the home of the director, Mrs. Walter Jaynes, 730 Flower street, at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Creda Perry will preside at tho piano. Members will work on music for Founders' day. •* » • PAY SHORT VISIT TAFT, Jan. 3. — Mr. and Mrs. John Mock and their young BOH of Fresno, were visitors ot the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Bftumnn for H short time Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mock ree en route to their homo after spending a. part of the holidays In tho south. MODERN , FIREPROOF EUROPCAN PLAN HOIElSUTTER SUTTCR AT HCARKV »Tt, SAN FRANCISCO ROOM WITHOUT MTU . ROOM WITH BATH ' "Z!fX2»fi ' CEO. WARREN HOOPER For Fewer colds, Loss Severe colds, Less Expense... Follow VICKS PLAN for Better CONTROL-OF-COLDS RETURNS TO SCHOOL TAFT, Jan. !).— Mltw Eleanor Johnston, older daughter of Doctor and Mi-H. O. Kay Johnston, has returned to Pasadena, where she Is taking a dramatic course with tho Pasadena Community Players. Mlws Johnston upent the holidays with her pnronls hi-rc. HOTEL WASHINGTON Down Town, Grant Are. at Bush SAN FRANCISCO ROOM AND Cl RA A BATH 9I«9V Mrs. J-iuulao Klunnory. Mammor HOARDED GOLD W> piy Mill tor your old ununble |tld Jewelry or dentil itld. Got guful dollar* for your uiolon tempi ol iredoui metali. THE WICKERSHAM CO. Corner Nineteenth and I Streets W» Do Not Employ Oultldo Solicitor. / I FOR SORE THROAT Sore throat It a simple thing to control at the start, yet.lt. usually is the forerunner of some serious trouble. Jf YOUR' THROAT IB * sore gargle it with .- ,. OK*» 'CIA ' NYAL THRQAT GARGLE . . *4pC and OUC Kimball & Stone Th* PirticuUr Druggist* Phone 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY B«k««fi«ld, "I Have Rosy Cheeks" "Two months ago 1 was rundown, nervous ud irregular. I saw the Vegetable Compound advertised and I started to take it. Now I feel better than I over did. I have rosy checks, good appetite and sleep well. I keep house and do all the sowing for myself and two little children." MRS. LAURENCU GOUIN 22^ South B St., Taftvillo, Conn. Your nearrat draft store MlU thlt medicine. Get * bottle today. Tbe rault* will please you. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound'

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