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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORN1AN, iVIONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1933 MLVE PARTIES Women's Class at First Methodist Church Will Sponsor Affairs Plans were niado for 12 parties all to be given Thursday, January 19, when members of (lip Warmer class of First Methodist Church mot at tho homo of Mrs. Alfred Slemon for a regular monthly session. Those opening their liomns for the affairs are Mrs. Irwln ('nates, Mrs. O. 13. Dlxnn, Mrs. II. C. Evans, Mrs. Itleta Sheldon, Mrs. cl. I. Harris, Mrs. W. L. Lai-k.".v, Mrs. M. O. Numiplly, Mrs. C. 13. Nutter, Mrs. .7. C'.*WnUan- bnrger, Mrs. A. L. Frost, Mrs. Helen Richardson, anil Mrs. Alfred Slemon. Among those who will attend the "friendship" parties as the group are to lie called, arc: Mosdnmos Percy Atwood, Alice Tinker, Ira Baker, Edith Carrlthor.s, K.-irl t'ook. K T,. Clark. J. H. Dnbney, Mabel Deem, U. 11. Daniel, Bertha Davis, M. A. l.nilgar, W. K. Edwards, Delln Kichelborger, K. t,. Freyermuth, Gordon Trnlll, J. H. Faulk, Ella Gilbert. Jessie Ofay, Kolln Grainger. U. 13. Green, H. K. Grabble, J, N. Uiirvcy. Pallas Hayes. K. U Hayes, J. O. Henry, (fonrge HlgginR, Georgo Hottlf, Kmily Mullet, Oscnr Johnson. Lawrence King, W. I,. Lackey, E. R. Long, Dora Lusk, Ethel JMabry, I*. H. Moon, J. S. Miilvorm, C. E. Nutt«r, r. W. Paynter, Fred Smith. Hugh .Smith, Mnry Smith, F. E. Stratton, Jennie Sornborger, Grace Bweet, J. C. Wattcnbergor, Fletcher G. Watson, AT. Stimeling, X. D. Ktutz- man, Beulah Curry, H. B. Dolrh, C,' n. Anderson, Kvn. Pnsh, L. L. Karl, V\*. Thorn, W. H. Hnlmiin, A. J.-IIend- rlckf, M. Hall, W. A. Doane, Hoy Boultlnghouse, Mabel Jailwln, C. II, 'Wilkes, Alice rhillljis, Clifford Scott, Ernest Neiman, F. G. Cilau.wr, Cled.i Mangun, II. J. Saecker, Frank Tarpley, Harry Clemens, P. C. T'ifer, Cnrla Harms. Rein Wiles, Pearl Rcudder, M. Mnbry, Guy Jaggnrcl, T. J. Clanln, Harry Kincald, II. D. Ilcaden, Emmott Stewart. A. R. Holslngton, W. C. Cox, R. F. Vlnson, F. B. Myprs, Henry Slssler and Cecil Coulthard. Mrs. Clanln was the recipient of a miscellaneous shower. Readings were presented by Mrs. Freyermuth, Mrs. Dora Lusk and Mrs. Moon. Mi's. Siemon was assisted in the serving of refreshments by Mrs. Henry Tlullett and Mrs. Dlxon. Girls Will Off er Play at Annual Council Meeting Aboha Hantn Camp Fire Girls will present n play at the annual dinner and meeting of the Kern County Camp Fire Council, which ' will be held on Wednesday, January 18, at the St. Paul's Episcopal church. Other Camp Fire groups of the city will take part In the program with songs, skits and Individual stunts. The business session, under the direction of Mrs. C. * L, Campbell, president, will precede the program, with the election of offl- cers as the chief Item of the evening. Offices to be filled for a two-yenr term Include the president, second ' vice-president, treasurer and trustees. Arrangements for the dinner are In charge of Mrs. W. C. Harman, county executive, and arrangements for the program are In charge of Mrs. Oniah Burton. Catholic Women to Be Party Hostesses The women of St. Francis Catholic Church will entertain at a card party tonight at the school hall. Both bridge nnd five hundred will be played and prizes will be offered in both game divisions. Play will begin nt S o'clock. Mrs. J. O'Donohue is chairman of the committee In charge, and refreshments will be scrvtTd. AVENUE PUPILS Honor awards for perfect attendance during tho first four months of school were 'presented to 22 children of tho Union Avenue School, despite tho fact that the district .suffered from the "flu" epidemic. The honor attendance pupils' arc 20 per cent of the enrollment. Those receiving certificates were: Hichard Halls, Laurence Urlzalqul, Thelma Hastings, Sheila McLean, McLean, Frederick Pntton, Elmer Vldo, 13. F. Brandon, Ralph Hobbs, Laclide Brandon, Kdward Mc- Ltan, Mary Urlziilqul, Martha Wcder, Hoy Hobbs, Robert Calborn, Hennlng, Gabriel TTrlzalqUl, Charlotte Eherhardt, Juliette -Brandon, Tolcado Brandon, Don Col!lns nnd Harbiim Hunting. Mrs. Minnie A. Woosely Is the principal. *-»-» HOLDSKHEON Plnn Reciprocity Fete for January 28; Impromptu Program Presented Members of tho Do Chapter of the P. 15. O. Sisterhood held a luncheon Saturday at Hotel 1S1 Tejon. At the buslnosH mooting at which Mrs. Katharine McCllntock of Delano presided, arrangements were discussed for tho reciprocity meeting to tuko tho form of a luncheon on Saturday, January 28. Tho affair will be held at Delano with inomhcrH from Lindsay, Proter- villo and Visalla chapters participating. Following- tho luncheon Saturday, tho members adjourned to the homo of Mrs. Cecil Jones, 1800 Muplo street, when H "happy-go-lucky" program was presented. Kueh member contributed :i number to the impromptu entertainment and several united In group stunts. Twenty members were In .attendance ut (ho luncheon. ARE LEARNING To Arrange Audition for Local Musicians To pick n local nrtlst to nppenr with the Community orchestra In a final concert of the series sponsored by tho High School Musicians' club, auditions will be arranged for local musicians it was announced today by Miss Ruth Morgan, faculty advisor to the club. Instrumental or vocal soloists will br welcomed for auditions, Miss Morgan said and requested thnt anyone interested communicate with her through the high school. INTENTIONS TO WED ITyrum L. Heuse, 2S', and Jewel I. Dolson, 20, BakersficUI. . . Du Barry Uncrowned Queen of Franco SPENT $7,000,000 to enhance h.r ehirml Wh«n ih» began to roalii* that her btauty enabled her to win favors of men .... ih« earnestly sought- to incrias* and ke»p her allurement and who can say her efforti w»r« futile. 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Le Roy Gordon Beauty Salon 311 Hopkins Building The extremely nnictlcsi! aide or education was demonstrated yesterday when the hoys' honie-mnklnp clnss of the Emerson School, under the direction of Miss Lcona Brewster, prepared the food for and served a tea to their imranta. Disproving many theories thnt i>oys nre helpless In the kitchen, excellent ten was made by tho boya and was efficiently poured by Herbert NB nnd JSnrl Elm. The boya Iced the cakes to be .served and the school colors, gold and white, were carried out by golden IcIiiR on white cake, lovely yellow tapers sot In white candlesticks and yellow crdanied cheese between white bread. Tho following boys received the guests and not only Introduced them to tho visitors who were there, but neatecl and served them: Richard Adams, Ren Pylc. GeorKi> Drooks, Kenneth Nielsen, Marcus Rudnlck, Richard Coon, Verner Carlson and Teddy Uhlcr. Hermiln Keys rendered several songs for the guests and Clayton Kd- wards entertained with his banjo. The following boys had charge of Invitation.", general arrangements and the kitchen work: .Sandy McGregor, Tony Ilelfino, Kldon Whalen. Lawrence Gauze, Bud Nichols, who incidentally, made the fine tea, Willard Piles, James Pathe. Jess Stoner, Vernon Newman, 15d Gillette, Ralph Apa- dnco, Bootle Martin, Jose Mosconi, L.OO Lyons, Kvorett Munson, Joe Rlvaa and 1'eto Olibarez. All of the boys are 8A pupils and will leiivn the SA at the end of this term with not only a knowledge of tho three Ks hut with a. practical knowledge of mother's work In the kitchen and an insight Into the commonplace procedure of dishwashing nnd kitchen management. The boys demon.slrntod much In the receiving of tho guests, and parents and teachers expressed their appreciation of the efficient way in which tho boys displayed their knowledge of both preparing and serving food. To develop homo and personal responsibility (o the family is also an aim of the home-making course. Marking Anniversaries Tho thirteenth or "pearl" wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J, O. Dale, 301 Monterey si reel, was tho occasion for a party Kundiiy at the family home, an affair which WHS also In celebration of the birthday anniversary nf Mrs. Dale. The Sons nnd daughturs of the household sponsored the affair, providing Interesting entertainment and refreshments, the hostesses and host being Mrs. J. C. Williams, Mrs. Chaster Trone and Orun Dale. ,» Quests attending were: Messrs, and Mesdamas— J. C. Williams Chester Trone Onin Dale J. O. Dale Misses— Eunice (Jarrett ISsthor Oarrett Messrs.— Oral Oarrett J. I. Garrett (Huntlngton (Tluntlngton Beach) Beach) Children— Dudley Trone Rodney Williams Oran Gordon Yvonne Trono Dale Wrenn Trono R OSWDAL.B, Jan. 16.—A meeting was called for tho purpose of electing officers for the P. T. A., Wednesday afternoon. F. 13. Corwln, principal, expects a successful year. At this first meeting, 11 members pnld their membership dues. Plans were made for a "pep" and "get-acquainted" program which will bo held near tho mil- dlo of February. It is also to bo a benefit affair. Tho following were elected for the ensuing term: Mrs. Henry Bartol, president; Mrs. Peggy Warkentlno, vice-president; Mrs. John Unruh, secretary; Mrs. Arthur Smith, treasurer. Installation of officers will be held on Wednesday, February 1, at 2 o'clock. SAFETY GROUP MEETS AI-iK, Jan. 16. — The safety coinmltt< o hold Its weekly meeting Friday afternoon. Klmer AVilliams, president, frilled the trnmmlttao together. Various subjects of safety were brought up bj- pupils and some now safety resolutions were made. Several pupils were reprimanded for unsafe practices on the school grounds and tho bus. Commltteeman Jake Xord will glvo a short talk at the next weekly meeting. 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The fathers' council nnd mothers' discussion group of the Kern County Union High School Parent Teachers Student Association will each meet in the music building on Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. These meetings are so planned in order that both parents of high school students may attend together. The subject of tho discussion group will be vocational guidance tests led Mrs. Dana O. Blng. A fathers' council group will hear William II. Nelll speak on foreign education and Dr. Leo B. Hart and H. A. Spindt on the present trend of education. Both groups will unite for refreshments after the meetings. The committee on service is composed of Mesdames C. T. Wachob, Don Button, "W. H. Bonnsteel, Dima G. Ming, E. E. Watts and Clinton Johnson. A special invitation Is being Riven to all parents of high school students to attend. "Self-Expression" was the topic, of John F. Dale of the state department of adult education when he addressed this morning's parent education class at the local high school. He continued this afternoon on the subject of "Character Training." Tonight he will speak ixt the Horace Mann school. C. C. Miller will be chairman. The speaker defined self-expression as "making known to another person that which is within." He said self- expression is an important method of preventing emotional unbalance. Tho speaker continued with the idea that the adventurous spirit of a child -should bo guided and not repressed. Mr. Dale will cuiitlnue his classes on Tuesday morning from 9:30 to 11:30 o'clock in the study hall of tho music building. On Tuesday afternoon ho will speak at the Vlneland school and at Standard school In the evening. Esther Circle to Meet January 26 Tho noxt meeting of Esther Circle of the First Christian church was sot , for January 20 at 'i o'clock at tho i home of Mrs. A. Tesch, 2415 Park i Way, when members convened recently ut the home of Mrs. L. D. Holland, 1110 Fourth street. Mrs. i5. P. Moses presided. Refreshments were .staved by Mrs. Moses, Mrs. S. A. Smith, Mrs. J. E. iStemcii, Mrs. A. Frame and Mrs. James Harris. Those attending besides the hostess were Me.sdames Benson Fry, P. A. Mabry, K.- O. Adams, Karl Anderson, William Burcher, R. E. Cady, A. Frame, C. II. Green, Jaxjies Harris- William Love, Montio Llvezoy, J. R. McDonald, C. A. Mclntlre, Z. P. MOMUS, Tom Phillips, O. O. Selbert, .1. K. Stemen, S. A. Smith, Alj Ijert Teach, Hay Walt, Myrtle White and RQbert Wright and the children, (jorald Braukett, Janet-Cady, J. Lawrence Wright, TliPlnm Cady, Betty Jane SVrlght and Kenneth Fry. I MRS. PATTISON ILL Mrs. W. D. Pattison, prominent Bakersfleld matron and former president of the Bakersfleld Council of Parents and Teachers, who has been ill at the Mt-lhodlst Hospital In Los Angeles for some time, haw been removed to the home of her sister, Mrs. H. K. Brooks, S3S West Fifty-fifth street, Los Angeles. With th« price* Captain and Airs. Earl M. Price, 1020 a street, had In a group of friends Saturday evening and the Interest of the evening revolved around Technocracy. C. L, Moore of Fel- IOWH, petroleum engineer of the chans- lor-Canfleld Midway Oil Company, spoko on tho underlying principles of tho new economic theory and general discussion of the subject followed. A buffet supper was served. Sharing the Interesting evening were: , Messrs. and Mesdames— Lot Bowen O. V. ICotlck W. D. Klelnpell (Fellows) Ross C. Miller C. L. Mooro John Stevens (Fellows) (Fellows) Max Hchnffnith Xlobort Allen George Suman (Los Angeles) roll Center) Lew Severkrop Lowell Saunders Mrs. Thomas C. Austin Miss Fay Helm Messrs.— Victor C. Svlm- A. D. M. Os- onoff borne, Jr. * • * With Mrs. Smythe New officers warp Installed at the last meeting of the Oalllardla Club, which WUB held at the homo of Mrs. J. P. Smith In Fnlrhnven. Mrs. James Mills was the •presiding officer, seating as the new executives: Mrs. Leo Brynn, president; Mrs. Hldney J. Taylor, vice-president; and Miss Grace Coombs, secretary-treasurer. Plans for a birthday dinner January 23, were completed. Refreshments were served with covers laid for the following In addition to the hostess: Mesdnmeu— W. P. -Mason M. J. Taylor Lynn Marble Henry Piper ' Barrett Baldwin James K. Mills Marguerite Mil- J. B. Fontaine l«r - Lee Bryan Ida Nelbuhr w. H.'Fontalne A. K. Baldwin Sidney Taylor Miss Grace Coombs * « « Birthday Luncheon Celebrating the fourteenth anniversary of her birthday, Miss Ella Chamberlin entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon Saturday at her home, 1106 Oregon. Pink nnd yellow predominated in the decorations, tho dainty color scheme being carried out with a centerpiece of buttonhole chysnn- themums, and place card favors In the form of pipe stem dolls dressed in pink and yellow. The hostess was assisted In serving the luncheon by her sister, Miss Frances Chamberlin. Guests Included: Misses— Anabel Hulme Muriel Cooper Norma Dexter Dorothy Brlggs Sohiiltz Garnet Wood Elsie Verts Ella Chamberlin * * * Visiting the Hardys Dr. and Mrs. Phillips Hardy 2G24 Eighteenth street, are entertaining as their guests, Mrs. Hardy's sisters, Mrs. Kobert Cnhoon Duncan of San Francisco and Mrs. Kobert Shuman of Berkeley. With Mrs. Shuman nre her two children, Joan and Jack. They arrived Friday and expect to return north tomorrow. * • * In Richmond Mrs. Fred Hoar is spending several flays In Richmond as the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Gervasso Browne. FRATERNAL Caledonia Chapter Caledonia Chapter Xo. 391, O. E. S. will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at Druids hull with Mrs. F,lsic B. Kuehn presiding as worthy matron. D. 0. K. K. SEAIS IE1JFFICERS Visit of Imperial Prince Planned for February 3 on West Side Instnllatlon of officers nhd plans for a ceremonial Februury 11 were the main events of a meeting of Al Mahdt temple, Dramatic Order, Knights of Khorassan, nt Pord Glty Saturday night. W. V. Shnul, temple Deputy, was the installing officer. Members lire looking forward to a visit from Fred .E. BrumI, of Cleveland, Ohio, Imperial prince, February 3. The meeting will be held at that time at Legion hall, Taft. Newly Installed officers include: F. E. Bnldes, loyal vizier; D. T. Cool', grand emir; L. T. Peden, tihlok; C. W. Lowe, Mahdi; v. T. Willis, Hatrap; V. A. Pdmerlo, Sahib; M. H. Fletcher, treasurer; It. A. Wood, secretary; a^ H. Potter, Imperial representative; und A. E. Hawthorne, alternate. "LIFE" SUBJECT AI "God Winks" to Be Presented by Cast at'School -<*> Catting of tha one.act "Qod Winks," to be produced soon by tha Bakersfleld Junior College dramatics class, wns announced complete today by Miss Ether Robinson, director. Harl«m Wilson will appear as William Qrover; Miss Lucille Ballagh ns Jane Corrlgan; Miss Gretchen Sanders as Margaret Qower nad Carl Freyermuth as Clyde RarN aom. Action of the play centers around Mr. Qrover, who Is a great admirer of George Washington, and his early efforts to emulate the character of his hero, particularly with reference to tell. Ing the truth. The junior college cast of the comedy, "Oleander's Man," including Miss Beatrice Allen, Mlr.s Lucille Jennings, John Twaddall and Richard Brothers, was called upon for a presentation of the. play at Rio Bravo recently. Al ANNUAL BALL "Life" was the subject of the, Lesson-Sermon on Sunday in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, brandies of ,Tho Mother Church, The First Church >{, Christ, Scientist, In Boston, Mass. •A Scriptural citation In the Lesson- Sermon presented the words of Christ Jesus, "Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shall love thy neigh- bour, and hate thine enemy. But I say unto you, Love your ene-mles, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them, which dcspltefully use you, and persecute you; that ye may bto the children of your Father which is in heaven; for he maketh his sun to rise on the evil.and on the good, and sendeth rain on the Just and on the unjust. . . . Be ye therefore perfect, even as your father which Is in heaven Is perfect." Ono of the correlative passages from "Science and Health with Key to tho Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, said: "Ask yourself: Am I living the life that approaches the supremo good? Am I demonstrating the healing power of Truth and Love? If so, then the way will grow brighter 'unto the perfect day.' " Miss Marie Call Honored at Fete Sponsored by Young People of Church Miss Marie Call was' elected • and orowned queen to preside over the annual green and gold ball of the Latter- Day Saint church Saturday ovenlitfr nt •Eagles hall. The young monarcji. regally robed, wns attended by Miss Hazel Laney and Miss Mary Ingram, also In court costume. Dert Easloy's "Jazz Babies" presented five danca numbers, and lad tho grand march about the hall. Music was furnished by a. six-piece orchestra, directed by Mrs. Julia Taylor. Near January 15 each year, all the young people of all tho L. D. S. churches In tho country sponsor tlv green and gold ball. This year's committee was headed by E. O. Taylor and Mrs. L. Roy Pathe. With the negative sldo victorious a debate "Resolved: That the United States should consent to cancelatlon of the Interallied war debts," was held last evening at tho Mormon chapel. William Tlbnon and Harry Miller de- Jjjated for the winning side, and WI1I- x^ s (Uni G hidings and George Poohner, for Practical training in making UTp ft '.3Vo affirmative, all of them Junior col- newspaper will be given students en- ',• ue studoiits. Oregon style debating MAKE UP NEWSPAPER rolled In the Bakersfleld High School 3B Journalism classes, under the dl- rectlofl of Mark F. Wllcox, head of the high school English department. .iluVlryr concluding weeks of the pres- m.t Aemestcr. Tho classes have been divided Into staffs whch, working in rotation, will each week be required to put together a 4-page "practice paper." Tho second period staff for next week, as announced today, will be: Front page. Miss Elaine Dlxon, editor, and Misses -Adele McMackln nnd Kathleen Hicks, assistants; second page, Ronald Moren, editor. Henry Marlchalar and Miss Amimao Arnold will have charge of the third page, and Miss Ruth Likely, Ralph Quails and Howard Roland will make up tho fourth page. The third period staff: Front page, Paul Daly, Miss Betty Graham, Josephine Clark and Patricia Curran; second page., Laurence Combs, Gay Garner; third page, Miss Phyllis Crawford, Miss Adelaide Wegls and Miss Esther Sartlat; sports page, Ivan Richardson and Bob Me Ik el. College Women to Hold Dinner Meet Sam Hume, executive secretary cf tho council of oriental relations, who will speak before the college women's club at a dinner meeting Tuesday night at tho First Baptist Church, has been a guest speaker In 80 communities during the last several months. Two thousand community leaders in California are members of the council, which is organized to foster friendly relationship with the orient. The dinner will begin at 0:30 o'clock. Mr. Hume is author of the pamphlet, "A Square Deal in the Pacific." Sharing the program with Mr. Hume will be Carlysle Nelson, of VI- salla, violinist, who will play four numbers. Mr. Nelson is connected with the Institute of Musico.1 Education. Mrs. James K. Thrasher will preside. The meeting will be open to invited friends of the members. B'nai B'rith Lodge Will Hold Party Bnkersfleld B'mi! B'rith I.oOse, Xo. 764 will hold a potluck dinner nnd card party next Sunday night, when officers for tho coming year are liiHtalled. The uffnlr will bo held in the B'nai Jacob social hall, Sixteenth nnd H streets, beginning sit 6 o'clock. A committee headed bj Kdwnrd Baum is In charge of arrangements, nnd Is planning a full program f or the evening. There will be bridge prizes and door prizes, It Is announced. was,adopted, the second speakers using the question method. » W. K. Peterson was chairman of ar- , raiigements. lovely exhibition of handicraft la being shown In the office of L. Chenoweth, city superintendent of schools, this week. It Is the combined work of Miss Emma Tied, Instructor at the Hawthorne School, and Miss Joyce Mnssey, who Is in charge of the departmental handicraft at the Washington School. The children of the HnwthtA-ne School hnvo woven some lovely and useful basket of raffia nnd wool and the intricate designs which have been used in the making of tljena baskets display skill and painstaking work. Most the baskets have been' started at school nnd made out- ulrle of school In the homes of tho children. Thus, not only Is the handicraft work taught in the schools carrying over into the homes In the form of »ume useful activity, but the children are being taught the vnluablo lesson of the proper use of leisure time. Portfolios have also been mnde by the children 'and some striking designs have been placed upon well- made booklets. These portfolios will be useful in the schoolroom and not only will add to tha general attractiveness of the buildings, but dlsplny fine projects In hook binding. W. R. C. Practice There will be practice for Installation January 20 when members of the Woman's Relief Corps hold a special session of retiring officers nnd officers-elect Tuesday afternoon nt 1:30 o'clock, at Memorial hall. Busy Hour Club Members of the Busy Hour Sewing Club will elect officers at n meeting Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock lit the home of Mrs. J. E. Veon, 2310 B street. A full. attendance has been requested. Tho sewing club Is a subordinate organisation of tho Daughters of Union Civil War Veterans. MRS. BLISS HAS LOVELY HANDS, YET SHE WASHES DISHES MEETING AT CHURCH ! The rector, wardens and vestrymen of St. Paul's Episcopal Church will , meet at G o'clock tomorrow afternoon In tho church study. There will be no meeting of the Girls' Friendly Society this evening. Other meetings at St. Paul's Church Ihls week Include St. Paul's Guild. Wednesday afternoon; Camp Fire Council supper served by the Guild evening; .choir rehearsal, Wednesdaj- evening; candi- ! dates of tho Girls' Friendly Society Friday afternoon; covered dish supper of the teachers of the church school, Friday afternoon. Rebekah Meeting For Ita first session since the installation of new officers, Tiakersfield Kebekah I^oclge, No. 47, will convene Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the I. O. O. F. hall. Mrs. Florence Vlou, noble grand, is asking a full attendance for the opening meeting of her term. Pentalpha Club Members of the Pentnlphii dub will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock nt> the home of Mrs. AVhlt Barber, 205 South Chester avenue. |Soroptimists to | ! Hear Trade Talk ! ! Tuesday Evening:! *4'~~ - '•' ' • -— — i -., •. i -tii Mrs. Marguerite Follansbee, land office attorney, will give a talk at' the meeting Tuesday night of the Bakersfleld Soroptlmltt club. The session will be In form of a dinner at Hotel El Tejon. -A musical program is alto being arranged under the direction of Mrs. Pearle Smith, chairman. SON TO ANDERSEN^ Mr. and Mrs. Ted Andersen of Delano are announcing the arrival of a son, born Friday, January 13, at Mercy Hospital. Tho little boy Is their .second child, having been preceded In their household by Teddy, Jr., age a years. HOARDED GOLD W) pay c«ih fir your old ununblt itld Jew. elry or dinUI |dd. fltl uitful dolUri for your uiolcu urtpi of prtcloui utUli. THE WICKERSHAM CO.' Corner Nineteenth and I Streets We Do Nit Employ Qutllde Solicitor* DeltfDance Calls Out Large Crowd; Other Fetes Set Ona hundred and fifty couples gathered at Stockpile Country Club Saturday night ns guests of tha Delta Sigma fraternity, dancing from 10 to 1 o'clock, with music furnished by George Snider's five-piece band. McCall Slsson and Jack Unger were responsible for arrangements, having been appointed as a committee in charge a few weeks ago by Wallace Beardsley, president. Announcement has been made of an annual "bowery" dance, February 19, with Dr. Wlllard Kamprath as chairman, at tha American Legion hnll. The annual formal dance will be held April 15 at the Woman's Club hall, with music by a 10-plece orchestra. Ou Wednesday night a report will be made by Joe Goodwin on a banquet last Wednesday at the Pink Elephant Cafe. Mr. Slsson will give a review of Saturday night's dance. . Stop The Itching of Eczema Don't endure the torments of an unhealthy skin. Get ajar of soothing, healing Rcainol Ointment and acake of Reiinol Soap from your druggist.Bathe •with the coap and warm wa- ter.Dry lightly and apply the Ointment. You will be amascd to sec how quickly the itching stops, and healing begins. r»XK TRIAL •lie uftckagA of each •od Skin Treituicnt Booklet. Wjlle lo K«IBO|, Dent, 80, Baltimore, Md. 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For That Cold or Cough Quickly Relieves Colds in Head, as well as the neuralgia and headache that frequently accompany a cold. • 25c An old-fashioned remedy (hat eases hadking coughs and checks stubborn colds. 25C and 50C Tor Cold in the Head, Throat, Chest, Bronchial Irritations, Spasmodic Croup und Temporary Congestion of the Air Passages. 50c DID YOU GET YOUR NYAL CALENDA'RT IF NOT, CALL FOR IT Kimball & Stone The ParticuUr Drurgiiti Phone 53 • Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY C< Bikcnfitld, Calif. t*

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