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'L >, * : i -^ •. * r ' r •Ti':i-' : W*i;! i • i 1 tv " j t **• P- r •. T L J i • tj" J4 7 • L • - _»» F -1- ji i;\ ' ^ i ' » ^ it ' ~ t - * - •*•-'£•>•' -. J - -* h T -' ' S * . *' t I ' h j i L L 1 *fc ? I . , . . v *i . WILL BE TOPIC Many From Here lo Attend P. W. C. Session at Fresno Hotel Called by tht amalgamation committee of the Stato Federation and State Lenguo of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, a meeting to work out details of the merged organization will take place at 10 o'clock Sunday at Hotel Fresno in Fresno, Miss Monte Bedwell Is the elected delegate from the Bakersfield Club; she will bo accompanied north by Miss Ruth Lyons, vice-president of the federation; Mrs. 1*. Frank Johndrow, president of tho local club, Mrs. Mildred De Bolt, Miss Alice Stauss, Miss Shirley Swlnk, Miss Jus- Una Hendsch, Mrs. Qussle McKinley, and others. MisB Grace Stoermer of Los Angeles ' heads the committee. Mlna Winifred Frye of Santa Barbara is president of the federation. !The next meeting of the Bakersfield Club will be held Monday evening at the Masonic temple at 6:80 o'clock. Miss Bedwell will give a report of the Fresno meeting. Tejon Parlor to Install Officers Before Visitors Past presidents, headed by Mrs. Louise Herod, comprise the committee on-arrnngements, In charge of tonight's Installation ceremony for El Tejon Parlor, Native Daughters fc of the Golden West* The rites are scheduled to start at 6 o'clock at Eagles hall. Mrs. Ralph Sanders will be seated as president, succeeding Mrs. Gladys Cooper, chief executive for' two terms, Visitors are expected from Desert Gold parlor of Mojave and Miocene parlor of Taft. Mrs. Jennie Dennis, deputy grand president, will be here from Tehachapi, to Install. Refresh, ments will be served. MOTION V TO BE SUBJECT * V REPORTS FEATURE i: AUXILIARY MEET ^ Women's Unit and Post to Entertain District ADDRESS GIVEN BY MISS HARRIS L Missionary Is Speaker at Meeting of Baptist* Union Thursday • Here Jan. 15 ;Much routine business was discharged last night and plans made- for the future when the women's auxiliary of Frank S. Reynolds Post, American Legion , convened last evening at Legion hall. Mrs. William E. Patrick presided. Mrs. Thomas C. Austin has Invited members to her home Thursday at 1:30 o'clock to sew on garments and articles for Sawtelle Hospital. Mrs. Austin reported the sending of n. box of jams and jellies to the United States base hospital at San Diego. ;Mrs. Ray Carlisle, area president, announced a district meeting of the poets and auxiliaries In Bakcraflold January 15 In connection with a county council meeting at Legion hall. She announced also an area meeting in February. A membership drive- has been successful, . but the unit is still short its quota of affiliates, it was Deported. O^e new member was taken In last evening: J 4' -/ l* « ; ^ '' \i •". < • r ttMl SETTINGS i ^. • * • • t \* i *» A .*' 'i* TAU Thtta Soforlty At Wednesday nlghtfii" • • • *• f- of tho Thota ,Tau Theta sorority, Beta Mrs. Mark J. Jones Will Be I Alpha chaiiter, at thd home ;of Mrs. Bpeolclng on her work, and that of tho Baptist Women's Homo Missionary Society In general, Miss Gay Harris of Los Angeles, Christian Americanization missionary for southern California and Arizona, gave the main address at yesterday's meeting of the Baptist Women's Union. A luncheon was served at noon by Central Park circle, of which Mrs. Robert Hetn Is chairman, and the program was In charge of Jastro Park Circle, headed by Mrs. Floyd Marshall. Mrs. Carlton Mlnner, president of the union, conducted the short business meeting. Philanthropy work was reported by Mrs. H. !,. Wilkinson, showing' that the council had taken care of 30 needy families at tho holiday season Instead of ( 10 ns originally scheduled. 'A financial report was given by Mrs. !L. O. Gates. Bible Lectures to Be Given Locally A series of Illustrated Bible lectures will bo preBcntert at the Mount Zion Baptist Church beginning* on Monday, it was announced today. Tho lectures to be accompanied by the showing of stereoptlcon slides will be presented by tho Reverend James E. Moore, pastor. The lectures which will bo continued for the week will be given at tho church located at California avenuo and P street.'' Speaker Monday; Pianist Also to Be Heard Tho motion picture Industry will receive the scrutiny of a .well-known Clubwoman and P. T. A. worker when Mrs. Mark F. Jones of South Pasadena, state chairman of motion plc- turen for the California Federation of Women's Clubs,' Speaks before, the Bakers field Woman's Club on Monday afternpon. Mrs. Thomas Jaynes will be the chairman of the day, and Mrs. Nathan Straus*, president, will conduct a short business meeting 1 . Some interest was aroused here last year In the formation of n motion picture council, and Mrs. "Jones' visit \s expected to draw the 'attentlon-of the club women again to the work being dofco by tho federation for tho Improvement of motion pictures. The program will be supplemented by tho nppoarnnce of Mlfts Denez Schlunegcr, of Ccmllnga, pianist and Instructor, who Is a studerit of Mrs. John Crelghton. Miss • SchUtneffor'a appearance IB being looked forward to with Interest, as nho appeared before the club several years HRO, and has,continued .her pur-, suit of music Hinco that time under In- ntructors In tlie east. She Is again under tho tutelage of Mrs. John CrelRhton, whose students are always received with interest on club pro- Cleetts Armlstead, 266 Jefferson street, preparations were begun for an InfoM; mal dance on a date and at a place to be chosen/later. "' i; -,Vy •--•"» Bridge was played, with the high score priao going • to Miss Margaret Williams. .;• .- , . v. ' ; ' . Special guefats wore Miss WUHams, Miss Frances Laird and Miss 'Louise Bldart. Mrs., F&ink Schambltn in- vit^d mcmberis to her honie <or their next'session; Mrs. paiightry Wharton will act; as OlUb f lays "Bunco" • •'• Miss Geno Ash waa hostess to members of the Pink MephntU Club Jit the homo of Mrs. Celcstlne Trout recently for several hours of "bunco," Prizes were won by Miss Ruby HOUR A " ^ ^H ^^ ^ ^H ^k ^ ^ ^^^ M Afc^H ^k A L l "Racketty-Packetty House" to sef and'Mr^MnberSnydor?"^ Be Produced by Students . I v T • > i * .i. >V5 •',,--„ A.fc/'j -'ti F.r/> .K ' • - ^ 4 * i? J i -a '.i. i i i -• ' i * *• '.. i', "- VL li/V '* ^ w- ' i .* ' ! Special Music f or VespefrHoUr • - , •**' , . - *.•*;/ . ' i - "iV ", - ' i'rt -^ ;. \ ' • t -.-^\- \-r atM^E. f/> . 1 •f LI, , h . t . , J , ^ 1 > ments were served, with places arranged for: Me«dames— Jetta Busby Mabel Snyder Ruby Celestine Trout Inez B Ian ton Eunice Davis Inez Vanderpool j F > I :PI • were laid for the ^hostess .and the following guests: ' "' ' -, ' .Mesdames.-^ . v .. .. „ i ' .» • DaughtryWha'r- * 'Lloyd"lifchHrds ' : ton Harold Howard Steward (Taft) Alfred Randour Misses— . Virginia McCormac Athene Stevenson , Elizabeth Davis Club Members of the Pliedefl Club will bo guests Monday evening of Mrs* Evelyn Raines'At her home on N1W» street Carde will be played nnd refreshments served. The members are: Frank blln RayStUwell Floyd Parish f T Regtna Degan Verna Croson Lucille Hanks Ruth Hannlngr Frances St. Clnlr .* Meo dames — tt. *\V. Inness Claude Chappelle Kenneth Lelm- ».. T, J, New comb Rae Redfern , JCvelyn Raines • Robert ACord, Jr. i ' Robert Curran At Hawortti'a r . . In addition to Mr. Haworth who I scenes,tho houses are seen in their was honie from Porterville, those | proper relation to human beings, the bach January 27, 28 • - ' - * . - * - • • With but two weeks remaining before production of "Racketty-Packetty House,*' Frances Hodgson Burnett's dolt-house 'fantasy, by the Bakersfleld High School student-body, Miss Ethel Robinson, director, andlher; cofps of, assistants, are engaged In the infinite detail of providing costumes and settings for the play. The stage shop class, under the di- rection'of Gerald Smith, is now completing construction of the two dollhouses around which notion of the play is centered, one a very modem home, "Tidy Castle," and the other a rather dilapidated structure of the Victorian period. Since a large part of the action takes place within the doll houses, while in the prologue and other "An KVenlno of 6oho" with the life hlittry of F«nny J. Crosby will be presented by the Reverend Fletcher G. Wation, mlhleter, when an evening vesper service IB held SuHday at S o'clock at Hret MethodUt Church, Sonpt by Fanny Croiby^vIM be eung by the choir and. eongr«oattom The program will (noludet Frel- ude, Nocturnette, "Moonlight" (d'fivry); offertory, "Grayer" (Read); apeeUl numbers by the choir, "Holy le the Lord" and "Though Vour tint Be aft Scarlet" (Fanny J. Croeby)| Mrmoni and pottlude, "FMtlval Chorue" (WaU lace). MINK SHOW IS OE MOLA Y PLAN L ' Lois Bergsten Tho next event of the club year will bo the annua) high Jinks, Mrs. M. F, Wllcox, proffram chairman, reported today; "PoHIes of 1933" Is the Intriguing title chosen for this year's fun fest, which will bo In charge of Mrs. Theron S. Taber. A short meeting of the board of directors was held yesterday. * Entertains Friends at Bridge Evening TAFT, Jan. C.—Mrs. Jack Toon entertained a larffe group of friends at bridge last evening at her home In Taft View Terrace. After the pleasant evening 1 , refreshments were served. "VVlnnern at bridge were Mr». Dan C. Sill, first; Mrs. .Walter M. Keene, second and MrH. F. E. McGee, third. Tho door prize went to Mrs. Paul McDaniels. Guestn of Mrs. Toon Included Mes- dnmes Clyde Trammel, George fjtow- urt, H. Outhrlo, Joseph Free, Mildred Curry, F. E. McGee, Walter M. Koeno, Dan C. Sill, Harold Painter, John A. Macnulay, Harry "Evans, Jack M. Hawkins, C. C. McKee. Paul McDan- lels, H. G. Barton, D. W. Moran. Frank Dickey, Richard Probst, Anderson McMnins, Matthew King and Charles Sheretz. STAG PARTY HELD BY W. O.W. LODGE Athletic Stunts • Furnish r Your Hair Can Be as Beautiful as You Wish With a Le Roy Gordon • Permanent Wave! TO SERVE Mrs, W. A. Warburton, former proprietor of a tearoom In'LOB" Angeles, will be In charge'of the'caterInB v Tuesday evening 1 when tho Business and Professional Women's Missionary; Auxiliary meets at. Westminster hall of First Presbyterian Church. . The session, to be devoted to a business, meeting, study class .and supper,' Is. set for 0:30 o'clock. Program Installing Thursday Night f ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H r r Two hundred lodge members watched Bakersfleld High School's • boxing, wrestling and tumbling teams go through a wide variety of stunts last night when Bakersfleld Camp No. 480, Woodmen of the World, met for a stag party. Tho boys were in charge of Wallace "Jack" Frost, high school athletics Instructor. Boxera were Bill Hackney and Jess Klarlch, August Schroater anfl Jack Francisco, Earl Crosby a,nd Tony PC-. Hera, and BUI Wharton and Pete Achatz. Wrestlers were Calvin Allen, Bob Morelll, Earl Johnnon, Cecil Tedrow, BUI Corn, Orval Graham, Gerald Senior and Leland Blalock. Tumblers included John Schroeter, captain; August Schroeter, Gerald Senior, Howard Payne, Francis; Hopper, Jack Monan, William Relslnger and Bill Moore. . • - . In charge of arrangements were J. A. Schuyler, H. Heath and Jack Hughes, who served the guests with refreshments Just before their departure. ' * * ' On Thursday night Joint installation! services will be held for the women's lldge No. 2 and Bakerpfield Lodge, No. 440. Mrs.' Jack Trldleof'iFresno, field manager for the San Joaquln Valley, and J. C. Trtdle, district manager : for the men's order, will 1 oe the installing officers.. The women's drill team, in charge of Mrs. Inez Hughes, will exemplify the. floor work.' from out of town who were entertained In "the .C. O. Haworth home, 2104 Eighteenth street recently, tn- cliided Miss ,Otllle Wewerkaiol Los Ariaeles,' A sister of Mn Haworth, Mr. and Mrs, Sylvan Haworth and Mrs. P. J, H. dfag£art and her son James Taggart, all of Qlendale. * * * Return to San Francleco Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Williams and children, Fred, Jr., and Patsy Ann, have returned to their home In San Francisco after spending • the New Year holidays with Mr. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Williams at the Standard Oil Company Kern ..* ' • • Back from 8. F., Oakland Mrs. A. D. Whittemore, 116 Eighteenth street, and her sister, Mrs. Daniel Harris, returned Wednesday evening from the north, where they have been spending the holidays. They en- Joyed the greater portion of their time with their sister, Mrs. J. F, Bonham of Oakland, and with .Mr. Harris In San Francisco. re.. Stockton Home Mrs'. Chris Stockton and her small daughter returned recently from Glendale, where they were guests "of Mrs. H. K. Armstrong, remembered locally as Miss Clara Stockton. Mrs. Stockton was hostess to members of her contract bridge club last evening. * * * Back From South Mr. and Mr«. J. G. Portnell returned Thursday from Los Angeles, where they were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Earl C. Brlcker, over Christmas and New Years. River Camp. Mrs. G, N, Williams and her eon Reginald accompanied them home for a visit of indefinite length. stage manager^ are faced with the task of reproducing the regular settings In miniature. Similarly, the inhabitants of the doll-housea are seen first as they appeal to human beings, about 10 inches tall, and thfn as they are to each other, on the usual scale of living persons. It Is all very complicated, this being a doll. The author takes care to explain that dolls are always alive, but must assume their wax forms whenever they are looked at by a human. The arrangement is not wholly convenient, ns Cynthia, the little girl who owns the dolls, may appear just at dinner time, and then Peter Piper and the rest must become still and doll- like again, white their supper gets cold. " After some alterations and additions, the'cas.t of "Racketty-Packetty House" is now .complete. It is aft follows: Cynthia,, Denla Pieruccl; Princess, Helen Lemucchi; Queen Cross patch, Rosamarte Gill!; Old Nurse, Lucille Ayer; New Nurse, Minerva Tracy; the Green Workers, Glen Hartwell, John Besone, Jere Tilson, Roy Hub bard, Virginia Cutland, June McFee and Charles Giles. Others in Cast Peter Peper, David Bacon; Guattbus, Robert Pyles; Meg, Jessie Lee Hubbard; Peg, Bee Allen; Kllmanskegg, Adele McMacklln; Ridlcklls, Patricia Curran; Duchess of Tidy Castle, Kathleen Campbell; Lady Patay, Leah Williams; Lady Doris, Carol Murray; Lady Muriel, Yvonne Rapp; Lady Gwendolyn, Alice Gyder; Lord Rupert, i Kenneth Harman; James, Frances Walker;. John, Alvln Kuest; Charles, Elmer Jeffries. The play will bo presented at a matinee for students and children on Friday afternoon, January 27, and before an adult audience on Saturday evening, January 28. ri Program Presented Close of Very Best Materials and Unusually Pine Workmanshfpl Complete! Guaranteed! HI $1.25, $1.95 $2.95, $5.00 STOP Method Doctors Everywh Ac/vising FOLLOW DIRECTIONS PICTURED BELOW !•• J Saturday, Monday ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^~ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^t^^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ HOT OIL Shampoo, Rinse and Dry Finger Wave VERY /jp* SPECIAL DOC _^ fc _^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^f^f^^^^f^^F^^f^^* FULL SIZE HENNA PACK With Finger Wave or Marcel ANY TWO: Finger Wave, Shampoo, Hair Cut, Marcel, Clean-up Facial, Arch or . Manicure. Sl.OO HIGHLY SKILLED OP ERATO RSI NOT A SCHOOL! Phone 5605 OPEN 8 A. M. TO 8 P. M. Gordon Beauty Salon 311 Hopkins Building Bauer Tablets Drink Water TAFT, Jan, 6.—One of the outstanding weddings of the 'season and the first In'Trtft for the new year was solemnized at the. Fourfold Gospel ohurch In South'Taft on Sunday noon when Miss Eleanor Harrv of Taft>was united In marriage to Frank Wagner, also of this city. Reverend Leon D. Hall officiated at the services and Mls» Qkle Varner acted as bridesmaid. Lee Wagner, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Mrs. Wagner Js attending Taft Union High school and will graduate this year. Mr, Wagner Is a graduate of the local high school and also has attended Taft Junior College. He is well known and especially popular as a football player for the Junior college tea m. Catholic Women to Meet at Porterville A report on the year's charity wbrk will be presented at the meeting of the Bakerafleld district, National Council of Catholic Women scheduled for Sunday at Porterville. Mrs. Fred Rlne of Bakersfleld will preside. Work for the new year will also be outlined at the meeting. Following the business meeting of Bakersfleld Masonic Lodge No. 224, last night, a program was presented by a group of youthful entertainers at the Masonic temple. Bert Etisley served as master of ceremonies. The numbers were banjo and guitar duet, Charles Morgan and Diok Benzon; dance by the Jazz babies, Ted Han, captain, Charlotte Rutherford, Peggy. Krlckson, Mozelle Holms, Evelyn Lewis, accompanied at the piano by Mary Lewis; a tap dance by Phyllis Hnnsen, and a tap trio number by Alice Fraser, and Dick and Lowell Webb, Earl Smythe, worshipful master, presided at the.meeting. The entertainment was arranged by Adolph Hansen. m^t *** CHURCH SCHOOL BOARD A meeting of the Methodist Church School Board is set for 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening, taking the place of the teachers' training class of next week. Bakersficld Chapter Slates Local Production for Early \ ' * Spring Season Arrangements for a minstrel show, the most elaborate entertainment project to be sponsored by the Bak- ersfteld chapter of Do Molay over a long period, are under way, as the result of last nlpht'p meeting at the Masonic temple. J. J. Ijttvenateln will be In general charge, according to present plans, and the production will be presented on one of the early spring holidays, probably St. Valentine's day or St. Patrick's day. Robert Strauss presided lost .evening, asking for a report on a recent snow party, of which Phil "White was chairman. There was discussion also, of a valley association dance January 28 at the Masonic temple. The chapter will confer the second degree before, a local lodge of Masons January 20; Mike Oldershaw will speak on Pe Molay work, and one of the Masons will talk briefly on Masonry. OFFICERS ARE NAMED BY LAVENDER CLUB Mrs. Grace Richardson, at whose home the club was organized many years ago, wan elected chairman of the lavender Club of the Woman's Relief Corps at yesterday's meeting. Mrs. Rose Valencia entertained members at her home, 808 I street, -with Mrs. Minnie , Watson as assistant hostess. Others elected were Mrs. Florence Pevey, assistant chairman; Mm. Clara Kent, secretory; and Mrs. Mary B.' Hampson, treasurer. .The term la three months. Twenty-two members and officers attended. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs, Grace Clauanltier, with Mrs. Hcrmlna Schmidt 03 co-hostess. Yesterday members worked on quilts, and two tables were filled for cards, the players paying a small sum, to be applied to,the club's work. B. L; E. Auxiliary Conducts Annual Ceremony Druids Hall Mm. Leonard Seeger was the !n- stalling office* yesterday when Pacheco Division, No. 830, G. i. A. to the B. of L. El., seated its leaders.for.the term of 1033 at Druids hail.; Follow- ttiff . the, •, ceremonies, members ad v Journed: to MrWv Keller's tearoom oh Kigrhteenth street b for dinner. ,- . •• ., = Mrs. Fred Christopher, was the ln- fitalllnir marshal. , .;-.,.- , . - ;ij- Those installed wore Mrs. '.Leonard Seegar, past president;, Mra. W. IV Dodcnhoff, president; Mm. Claude Alford, vice-president; Mrs, v I.; p. Her, secretary; Mrs. H. P. Crlckmer, treas-; urer; Mra. W. B. Clark; relief/secretary; Mrs. Oeorjre W. Qunter, chaplain;, Mrs. A. 3. Hirst, guide; Mr«>, Sam Lackey, sentinel; Mrs, P.^ A*. Murray, flag-bearer; Mr«, W. ( V.'Davidson, marshal; Mrs. R. E. Hob Son, star.tnarshnl; Mrs.iJ. Willis, sobriety; Mrp. J. H. McMaekln, truth; 'Mrs. -,-BV Hutt, justice; Mm. P. A. Peaante,.loy- alty; arid Mrs t p. F. Wolf,' musician. FRATERNAL Los Batladoree Dance The next dance of LOB Bnllndorea Dancing Club will be held February 4 In the Spanish ballroom of Hotel El WARMER CLASS MEETING A meeting of the Warmer class of First Methodist Churoh wljl be held Tuesday, January 10, at the home of Mrs. Alfred Slemon, 2000 Dracena street. The session was postponed from an earlier date on account of holidays and conflicting dates. You Can't Afford to Miss This Sale Sale That Has the Entire County Talking—It Will Soon Be Over! Buy Now! Save! // throat w sor«, crush and dissolve 3 Bayer Aspirin Tablets in a half glass of warm water and gargle accord" to directions. Almost Instant Relief In This Way "Shoot" Some + Indoor Pictures Now . , with Verichromc tilrn and the new Photoflash Lamp . . . indoor pictures at night are as ceiv tain as in daylight. 4 Try some Indoor plcturos eome uight BOOU. Thou let UB the developing and printing. You'll like the kind of prln L come from our up-to-date laboratory. handle ts that r.,.'"Y 1 ,1 .f Klmball & ^^^ A ^^ ^ f ^^b. Tht Particular Dru£fliitt L\ '&•: - '- Phont 53 Phone 54 * !. ROMPT FREE DELIVER B«kfrsfitId, C«lif. If you have a cold—don't take chances with "cold killers" and nostrums. A cold is too dangerous to take chances on. i The pimple method pictured above is the way doctors throughout the world now treat colds. It is recognized as the QUICK* EST, safest, surest way. For it .will check an ordinary cold almost as fast as you caught it. That is because thereat BAYER Aspirin embodies certain medical qualities that strike at the base of a cold almost INSTANTLY. You can combat nearly any cold you get simply by taking BAYER Aspirin and drinking plenty of water every 2 to 4 hours the first day and 3 or 4 times daily there* after. If throat is sore, gargle with 3 BAYER Aspirin Tablets crushed and dissolved in a half glass of warm water, repeating every 2 or 3 hours as necessary. Sore throat eases this way in a few minutes, incredible as this may seem. 1 * Ask your doctor about this, And when you buy, see that you get the real BAYER Aspirin Tablets. They dissolve almost instantly. And thus work almost instantly when you take them. And for a gargle, Genuine Bayer Aspirin Tablets dissolve with sufficient speed and completeness, leaving no irritating particles or grittiness. Get a box of 12 or bottle of 100 at any drug store* TAFT, Jan. 6.—The Taft Heights Mothers' Circle met Tuesday afternoon in the Taft Heights school with Mrs. Clarence Gordan presiding. The spiritual thought wafi read by Mrs. H. Ha TO ens. The membership chairman, Mrs, C. Kincheloe announced there were 45 members on the roll call. Mrs. A. R. A ins worth was elected delegate to the West Side Council from tho Mothern' Circle. Mrs. Mabel Marshall conducted the study circle with-her topic of "Discipline Made Easier. 11 Mrs, Marshall will 'conduct study circle at the regular meeting 1 February 7 at 1:30 o'clock on the subject "Imitation." A:Founders' day progrnni will be given on the regular meeting day, under the direction of Mlsa McKenzio. j A HANDY APRON Whether It Is only lingerie you are hanging out or the whole wash. s a clothespin apron Is a big help.' Wear the same apron, minus the clothespins or another one like it, when you arc cleaning up the house. ; The pocket ia handy for carrying all kinds of things from rpom to room or to the wastebasket. AT A FRACTION OF ITS REAL WORTH EVERY PAIR DRASTICALLY REDUCED ^•••^^•^^^•^••••••^MM WOMEN'S $3 TO any amart new atyles added to make thle aale one without parallel. Be here early Saturday, . x A targe and varied assortment of su«d«s In brown or'black. Black or brown kid (latheri, aatlns, •to. Style for «very occasion, Plain pumpi, tailored tlea, bow pumpi,-oxford tl««, •port oxfords. Spanlah. boulevard and low hvels. 2»/. 1 Council Seats Term Officers Friday, Jan; 13 Values to $7.50 Quality Shoes for Woman Styles for thoee ladles who appreci ate real quality. Perfect fittlria with combination laete. Your choice of browns . . . blacks molret . . . patents •uedee. etc. High out plain pumps, oxford ties, T- straps, etc. . . All heels, AAA to EK —3 to I. MEN! HERE'S NEWS Valuea to 17.60 Newest styles in black or brown ex. fords and high shoes. Grains, plain leather and kid- Boyg' Oxforda. Values to $3. Black or x brown, 100% all leather, Sizes 1 to 6 ...... NO TABLETS ARE GENUINE BAYER ASMMN WITHOUT THIICHOtt R Mrr. Ltfna Pearl Shaw will be Installed as Pccahontas succeeding Mn. Jessie, Pottsr for a six* month* term when El Tejon Coun* ell, No. 251, Degree of Pocahontas, seats .officers Friday, January 13, at Eagles hall. Mrs* Frances Willow,, district deputy, will be the Installing^ officer. ••' Refreshments ars to be In charge ct Mn. fithet WIHIs. • 1 Perfect Fit For Every Foot Narrow Width) I I«M PLAY WILL BE * ' ' if ^ r - * - •*- '• " -' . • X *. -• - *•REVIEWED HERE "Alison's Ho'use'? Will Be Presented at Meeting of Book Section "Alison's 1 teouse," a three-act play based on the life of Emily Dickinson, the poet, will be reviewed by Miss, Edna Le Van at the Tuesday evening meeting of the book flection of the College Women's Club. The 1 session will be held at the home of Mrs. A. S. Qoode, 2205 Nineteenth street, and Miss Nor ma Cohn, chairman, will preside. Mrs. Stella Tins will be a joint hostess. • ' " "* Tho play which received tho Pulitzer prlae of 1931 for being the most outstanding drama of the year is based on tho discovery of the poems by Emily Dickinson which were kept from publication until 1980. The members of the section will attend the meeting dressed to represent a character from a book or books. Topsy and Eva, as well as many other famous characters are said to have promised to make their appearance this evening. TO MEET MONDAY Members of the executive board of the Women's Missionary Society of First Presbyterian Church -will meet in the church parlor* at 2 o'clock Mon- day'afternoon/ -?i"-r *•. Miss Martin's i School of the Dance Where children study dancing as a cultural rather than a commercial asset. V L Enroll now for tht spring term. N«w children's class •tarts Thursday, January 12, embracing foundation work for all types of dancing. Physical culture class each Tuesday morning for women who are interested in exercise EB a means of keeping .physically fit. " -"*-." High school ballroom claases. Tap dancing for children and adults. Private lessons, day or evening in any type ..of the dance* r - . 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