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THE BAKERSP1ELD CAL1FORN1AN, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1933 SOCI E PEOPLEJPING r.onclnvc Will Continue Here Tin's livening; Many Leaders Arc in Attendance i.irganl7.atlon of :i Kern County 'Xiixa'reiiP Young People's Society for the carrying out of H co-operative homo missionary prog ruin, will lie ef- iVetcd a I. fi:30 o'clock this evening, in Connection with n young people's rally of the four Nnanrpno churches of thi> county, In progress this nft- i-rnnon. Tho body will be comprised of 75 or inn ymmg folk of Uiikersfield, Arvin, Wnsco and T:ift. The organization meeting will be In connection with !i 6:3n O'clock open forum session, .-it the church, corner of Chester avenun find Fourth street. Tho rally opened this afternoon with several out-of-town lenders In religious pduciilion in attendance, Including the Ucv. IX ,S. Corlett of Kansas City, general secretary tif young people's work nnr! liome missions; the Ilev. Hoy K. Smee of Stockton, district superintendent for northern California. Kern county pus-torn in attendance besides the ll'cv. S. 11. Krwin, pastor of the (mtertnlnlng church, Include the Hev. r. M. Swatzell of Waseo. who was in charge of devotlonals; the I!cv. .John Kupp of Arvin. who i.-ad a paper on young people's work, :md the Rev. i.'arl Kallc of Tafl. P. T. A. Executive | Board to Observe ! Founders' Day | "Founder's Day" will be observed by the executive board of Seventh district, California Congress of Parents and Teachers, at Its meeting Tuesday afternoon at the Emerson School. A pageant, "Lighting the Way," commemorating the memory of the founders of the organization, will be presented under the direction of Mrs. Albert West, aided by Mrs. M. J. Meadows, and Mrs. James Fltze. Speakers on the program will include Miss Eldora DeMots, associate field director of the National Camp Fire organization! Mrs. J. Barnes of Fellows, district chairman of thrift; Mrs. John M. Lambert, chairman of the Founder's day committee, and John F. Dale, assistant director of the state-bureau on parental education. " DELEGATES OFF TO CHURCH MEET Great Annual Fun Fest of Woman's Club on Tonight will R 13VKLRY, mirth and fantasy hold sway at the Bakersfleld St. Paul's PastOI' to Preside Woman's Club tonight when dull caro nt Conference; Mrs. AVrcnn Leader of League To witness joint Installation services of Delano lodge of Odd Fellows and Rebckahs. a largo delegation from Bakersfleld journeyed to tho neighboring city Saturday night. C. U Holms of Maricopa, district deputy grttnd master, \\rns accompanied by a The twenty-third annual convocation of tho Protostnnt Episcopal church In tho missionary district of Sun Joaqutn will bo held In St. James's ehurch, Sonoro, Tuolumno county, Wednesday and Thursday with delegates from St. Paul's church of Dak- prsfleld In attendance. The Right Uevorond Louis Clillds Sanford, D. n., of Fresno, Bishop of San .Toaquln, will preside. Preceding tho convocation, i tho annual meeting of the diocesan church service lengue, will meet In tho same place tomorrow under Iho presidency of Mrs. J. Benson "Wrenn of nakcntflold. On Tuesday evening, a conference on religious education will bo conducted at tho Sonora church, at which the Ueverond William 13. Patrick, chairman of the department of religious education, will preside and Mrs. .1. E. Adams of Berkeley will be tho chief speaker. In addition to the Ueverond Mr. Patrick and Mrs. Wrenn, Mrs. Percy T. Neatc, Mrs. C. E. Wobb land Mrs. William E. Patrick left this morning to represent St. Paul's church, Bakersfleld. Meetings at St. Paul's church this week Include St. Paul's Guild Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock; choir rehearsal, 'Wednesday evening at 7:1)0 o'clock and St. Margaret's Guild at S o'clock. . will bo banished and dignity In any guise will bo heavily pcnnllzcd for Iho annual Jinks, "Tho Follies of :»33," will bo unfolded In 20 sclntll- lant acts. Mrs. Theron Tabor, general chairman, will act as master of ceremonies at tho fun fest. She will bo ably seconded by "Ben Blrnle," leader of tho orchestra which will supply the overture, grand finale and all tho cntro-aot music and Incidental entertainment with famous radio stars participating. Tho latest addition to the frothy PLAYERS GIVE PLAYAI SCHOOL The TVajuhl Mask club of the Washington school presented n third group of its actors today in :i two-art play .•ailed "Patty Saves the Dny" by Lind- «ey Bnrbee. The play concerns ii_rtra- matie event in a girls' school. Those taking part were: Doris I3:ikcr :is Miss Nelson, the pet teacher: Marguerite Kehols nnd Lorene Sprayberry as en- thusiastu- eighth graders: Jimmle nrarlfnrrl «s Sidney Marsh, Norman (LlarK. representation from Maricopa. also mid Mrs. Josephine Bangsburg, of Kcrnvlllo, district deputy president for thn Robokahs was accompanied by Mr. Bangsburg, district deputy grand master of District No. 73, and an Installing staff from that community. The Kernvlllo people motored down despite a heavy snowstorm, and were sent back with at least a warm expression of appreciation from the Delano orders for their adventure. Those attending from here were Mcsdames .1. AV. Crosland, Rosa King, T. M. Owens, P. A. Murray, Georgia -4- Dccds. Lentls Myers, Florence Vlou. Tom McClaln, Mr. Leonard Duns, Mr. Sam Francisco, and Mr. and Mrs. Josh .'adv -i" Oliver Prescott; Denise Bros- ' Visitors were presnt from fellows. x,,n"-iV Pattv Stecle. "the mouse"; ; Maricopa, Taft. Tnlare and ICernvllle. I-uth'Gihnorc. the maid; Lillian So- I Mrs. Amy Post was Installed ;is i,.|| and Thelmit Diodati as energetic 1 noble grand and Mr. Sharp as head freshmen, and Joseph Colemnn as Bob I of the I. O. O. F. lodge. Rebekah Lodge Will Give Party Tuesday Bridge, pedro and five hundred will be played, with 19 prizes awarded, when Bnkersflcld Rebekah Lodge No. 47 entertains at a public card party Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, at the I. O. O. F. hall, 1710 Chester avenue. A small admission charge will bo made. Tho committee In charge Includes Mrs. Ada Stewart, chairman; Mrs. Ella Altstaetter and Mrs. Mary Phclps. follies Is a prologue for which Mrs. Keith S. McKeo will be responsible. She promises that Pagliaccl will be present In person to present a "Hello People." Varied Acts Mrs. Tod Mosicr will bo sponsors for tho magic. No "follies" would bo complete without a torch singer and one of great talent Is promised to follow tho magicians. Tho "torch singer's" appearance Is being arranged for by | Mrs. Henry Gladstone-. I Romance, Too A high-brown touch will bo given tp tho fun of tho' evening In tho pantomime, "The Fickle Professor" that will show that oven great minds may have vagaries. Mrs. K. W. Rich, Mrs. H. A. Splndt, Mrs. Irvln Randolph and Mrs. Harold Burt will be In charge. Romance will bo Introduced In the modern version of "Romeo and Juliet" that has been arranged by Mrs. Theron Tabor. TICKET SALE ON PLAY TO "Rnchctly-Pqckclty House" to Be Presented on Thursday, Friday \ Tickets for "Racketty-Packet ty House," Bakersfleld High School student body play, will go on sale at tho high school box office tomorrow, according to announcement today by Miss Lois Champion, ticket manager. Tho gods and goddesses of Olympus will have a fateful part In tho "follies" proceeding in their most jovial mnod It Is promised by Mrs. J. Bruce Payne who is bringing to life some of the Following tho prologue fantasy will ,niost famous statues ol Grecian times. have Its Inning In tho presentation of "Tho Cock, tho Mouse, and tho Little Red Hen," under tho direction of Mrs. M. V. Wllcox. An opera star of prominence will next make an appearance In a virtuoso rendition of the famous "Toreador Song." Mrs. C. O'Neill and Mrs. Poarle Smith will be responsible for the act. "Chandu, the Magician" will have nothing on tho two artists of legerdemain who will appear in the spotlight, converting one laugh Into a guffaw, nnd performing other miracles of fun. Mr. J. 11. Dorsoy and Tho tcrpslchorean features of the "follies" will be adequate In every respect for an octette of beauties will perform both collectively and Individually In dances specially created for tho occasion. Mrs. Oscar Winding will bo the dance mistress. Following the "follies," refreshments will be served. The inembers of tho hospitality 'committee will be in charge, headed by Mrs. P. J. Cuneo, who will be assisted by Mesdames .7. 13. Caustzn, H. V. Wheeler, J. R. McKean, Jake Killlan, M. F The play will be presented twice, the evening performance being slated for Thursday, while a children's matinee will be given Friday aftdrnoon. While earlier publicity stressed the Interest of the production to children, Miss Ethel Robinson, director, today made the point that "Rnckotty-Pack- etty House" will be. no less enjoyable to adults. Francos Hodgson Burnett, author of tho play, Is a past master of witty and whimsical 'dialogue, and the cleverness of the lines, along with the charming settings and costumes, Is expected to make a definite appeal to grownups. Dress rehearsal of the cast of DO students, one of tho largest ever assembled for a high school presentation, is scheduled for tomorrow evening. The two doll-houses featured In the play have been completed by Gerald Smith's stage shop class and, with their doll Inhabitants, will be on dis- | Large Crowd of x | I Merrymakers at | | "Big B" Dance I Approximately 150 couples were In attendance at the "Big B" dance at the high school gymnasium Saturday evening, maintaining Its prestige as the outstand- ings sports dance of the year, Students and "grads" thronged the floor to capacity, spending the evening In dancing and merrymaking under a canopy of blue and white streamers, radiating from a huge* "8" at the side of the hall. The committee in charge of the entirely successful event Included Home.r Beatty, president of the letter club; Miss Mary Jacobs, high school social chairman; Bill Thornton and Warren Freeland, music; Ralph Quails, tickets; Kenneth Beavers, refreshments; Dennis Keran, Roger Blanc, Bob Morelli and pledges to the Big B society, decorations. FRATERNAL -<$> Celebrates Birthday Miss Alice Clerou celebrated her fifteenth birthday last Saturday afternoon, when she entertained a group of ELDERLY MATRON IS HONOREyi PARTY Becoming S7 years of ago wus an event In the life of Mrs. Sarah Wheeler. 719 Pncific street, who was the center of an "at homo" given by Mrs. E. A. Wheeler at her home Saturday afternoon on her birthday anniversary. A shower of greeting cards and.flowers was presented along with scores of congratulations on the excellent health and alert personality of the honoreo. Mrs. Wheeler was assisted in pour- Ing tea. and in serving, by Mrs. Kuthryn Bardall. Mrs. George Mauley and Mrs. Millie Thomas. During the hours between I! and 5 ^ uii ^ ^ u> ^ ___ o'clock there was a program Including Rt'Y o'clock" a"t First' Congregational i Miss Patricia Wasem, properties, | a piano duct by Barbara Doss and play at "Welll's tomorrow. Miss Robinson's assistants on Wllcox, M. C. Parker, A. S. Donat | production staff and F. C. St. Clair. Crawford, assistn the are Miss Phyllis Crawford, assistant director; Kugene Jason, stage manager; Charles Wharton, Darrel Berrlgun, Roger Blanc, Al Vlahakls, DeLose Poo, Karl Crozby and "Warren Scott, assistant stage managers; .Rex Smith, electrician; ! Ralph Hat-man, assistant electrician; i Miss Elizabeth Cribble, wardrobe mis- ! tress, and Miss Mary Dixon, and Ger' place Thursday evening, January 28, I trude Anderson, assistants. PRINCIPALS'CLUB HEARSJPEAKERS Ilcaly and Cuthbcrlson Give Main Addresses at Kern Educators' Meet JTorbort Ij. I-louly, county Huperln* lonileiit of Hdiools, antl E. J. Culh- licrtson, principal of the Lincoln School nt Taft, woro tho chief speak- um before the Korn County Principals' Club at tho afternoon mooting, fi»l- lowlntr «• luncheon and morning HUB- alon. Demonstrations occupied tha morning; hoOra to n lurge extont. Thi» Lincoln School, of which Mrs. A. C. Muck la principal, was the scLtlng for tho gathering, one of tho largest hold this yeur by tho club. , Mr. Tidily told tho principals about Iho meeting of educators hold recently at Han Vnmelsco when district reorganization, finances, report and budget forms woro discussed. The county superintendent pointed out that In tho wave of economy, the school apportionments him; been cut more than any other department of governmujit. Mr. Cuthbertson HA Id that "economy" In the oducatlomil program has resulted In !) to 12 counties in nine states closing schools. Most of Iho economy has been In cutting teachers' salaries, the speaker also maintained. In the morning an original play, "Dream of the Modern School," by tho upper grade children was presented. A demonstration class In speech correction In the 413 room nn-* dcr the direction of Miss Ann Woiser, principal of tho McKlnloy School, formed an interesting part of the program as did the verse-speaking choir from the fifth grade, directed by Mrs." Mjirtha Arnold, and from the Indus- taught by Miss Merlu T. Xeldeffer, supervisor church, presided over an informal tea Sunday afternoon at her home, 2012 her friends at her home, 1928 Baker i Twenty-first street, street. Games provided the chief diversion of the evening with prizes going to Miss Mary Twaddcll and Miss Alary Gnlney. Dancing was en- wlth Misses Elaine Dixon, Marian Mandell and Grctchen Sanders, assist: ants; Miss L,ois Champion, tickets; joyed just before refreshments were | son of Portland, served by Miss Claire Clerou assisted j Mrs. Walter Jaynes, Sirs. Sixty friends attended, including a i Mrs. Ruth Emerson and her poster few out-of-town guc.sts, Mrs. Mlllard j cliuss. in charge of posters; MI&.S Kthel Gibson of Gonzales, Mrs. Irving W. illoblnson (student), who designed the Burr of Vlsalia and Mrs. Frank Wat-! program cover; Gerald Smith, stage ! and Mrs*. Burr 'costumes. Tena Marion, and class Wright nnd Glunwood Griffith as j Pave. Miss Ruth Neiman who is adviser nf the club also directed the | play. New Arithmetics to Be Used in Schools Missionary Groups Convening Tuesday Officers Received ; An unusually large turnout of Odd j Fellows marked the visit of If. L. i Partidgc, state head of tho order from ] San Jose, to Lodge No. 202 recently i at the I. O. O. F. hall. Mr. Partidge i was accompanied by Robert Larocca, I .... also of San Jose, grand marshal. ! I. N. C. Club E. P. Munscy. noble grand, intro- | The Misses Peggy Smith and Louise duced the officers. Talks were mude. Barulleh entertained members of the by Mrs. L. Clerou. Many lovely gifts were opened by the young miss during the afternoon. Those present were: Misses- Beverly Brown Mary Twnddell Peggy Hothersoll Ruth Kelly Mary Jane Foley Virginia Dough- Gene Recatune tcry Mary Guiney Holmes and Miss Beverly Jaynes, assisted Miss Bergstcn and her mother, Mrs. Bertha W. Bergstcn, In serving. The bride-elect has been exten- j sively feted, being the recipient of ! several showers since announcing her betrothal and the date of her mar-f Somo excellent examples of what riage several weeks ago at a smart eighth grade pupils can flo in typing luncheon at the home of Mrs. Jaynes. ' niay be seen In a display of business Grade Pupils Show Fine Typing Exhibit Barbara Caldwell: a musical readliiB "An Imitation of a Musical Genius," Barbara Doss; two selections by Barbara Caldwell: group singing of songs requested by Mrs. Wheeler; vocal selections by Sirs. E. B. Cole, and Iho Rev. and Mrs. Cole; skit, "The OU1- 1 Fashioned Album," Alberta Caldwell, land two numbers by little Betty T.ou ; Din. i Among those present were Mesi dames J. H. Boden. A. if. Cross. E. O. I Bailiff, Nannie Gibson, George Mnn- | ley. Katliryn Bardall. Elsie Hlckmnn. '•Millie Thomas. TT. M. Biisc.h. Clark Dill, Belle Marion, f,. h. Snider, C. K. Chesterman, .1. H. Hnnipson, A. CaUl- trlal class, Scales. R. in tho Bakersfield city schools, spoke on remedial reading. A bounteous luncheon was served at noon In the school cafeteria. E. M. Hlgglnbothain of McFarlnnil conducted the program as president. T. R. Nickel is secretary of the organization. Refreshments were served. ity M. E. church will meet at the. homo of Mrs. H. C. MoCune, 720 Kentucky .Mreet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. All women of the church are being urged to attend. Mrs. H. Dasch and Mrs. F. Armstrong are to be in charge. Beginning •with the new semester on January 30, pupils of the Bakersfield city schools In many grades will start work In the now arithmetics which were recently adopted by the. California curriculum commission of •which Superintendent U E. Chenoweth ' is a member. Thc books will be fur- ; Tmssday evening at the w! O. W. hall, went to Miss Helen Rawley. C. club recently at the home f the latter, 1910 Forrest street. Miss Ruth Howard won the first Sequoia Circle Xo 300. Neighbors of j prize at bridge, and Miss Consollne Woodcraft will meet in regular session j Sasla the consolation. The guest prize _ . „ letters on the bulletin board in the Plan Birthday Celebration • j office of L. E. Chenoweth, city super- j Preparations were made for a semi- \ intondenl of schools. , annual birthday dinner Wednesday, ! The course in typing which is car- ; when members of the Sterling Needle i ried ° n ;lt tho Emerson School as an Circle Meets Soon With Octogenarian niise Anderson, octogenarian. nlshed free to pupils by the state and j Mrs. Lily Tngham, guardian neighbor, the new system Is expected to improve j , vln preside. The meeting is the type of work being done In this fundamental subject. In order that all local teachers may bo. familiar with the books, discussion Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Walter Cannon. Those having anniversaries during the last six months will receive gifts. Mm. Cannon was elected president, and, -Mrs. W. H. Ely was re-elected scheduled for S o'cloclt. ull receive members of Naomi Circle I Emerson library. esses were assisted by Jfrs. A. Baru llch and Mrs. Stanley Smith. • Guests present were the Misses Order of Druids ! Helen Olson, Kay Krammes, Helen Bakersfield Order of Druids, Sum- j Rawley, Beatrice Kitch and Rosle meetings have been arranged by R. . ,,er Grove, No. 56. will hold a meet- ! Barulleh. T. Neideffer, director of elementary I i n(? tonight at Druids hall. William ! Members attending were: education, and tho first will bo held Goldlng, noble arch, will preside. A i Misses— Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the | final report of the social committee <.f First Christian church Thursday at her new home two miles west and one mile south of the Greenfield cotton gin. The gathering Is set for 11 ,'clock, noon. with a potluck luncheon at I on plans for "guest night," to bo ob- A suggested course of study In char- [served next Monday, will be made by actor training prepared by Miss Harriet Buss, for usn In the seventh and eighth grades, will be Introduced Into local schools early In the second semester. A New, Oral Antiseptic By Makers of Vicks VapoRub Introduces New Economy Claude Campbell, chairman of the social committee. At the refreshments hour 'the v host- j secretary at the session ' Members Include- Mesdames— A. I,. Howe H. T. Drury J. H. Bruno C. A. Oldhom A. W. Kimble W. B. T.unceford Ruth Kitch Thelrna Metcalf Ruth Howard Dorothy.Kilch Consoline Sasia Helen Luiek Mrs, Charles Thinning Zclla T.oHihart Bruce Tungiite C. K. White Kverctt Kimble W. H. Ely C. L. Campbell J. P. Senton George Dragoo Lela Napier Waller Cannon Earl Lunccford T,elle Goodull well, r.. A. Wheeler. Sarah Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Shullenbercor. the Rev. and Mrs. F.. 11. Cole. Miss Al- ! berta Caldwell. and the children, Bar- ! liara Doss. Barbara Caldwell and Betty Txni Dill. •»-•-• SON TO HEUERS Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Heuer of l.os elective, each pupil furnishing his own typewriter, is intended to assist pupils in adding to their store of Infor- _ matlon and usefulness.^ It is not in- j Angeles arc'receiving the congratuia- '"' lions of friends upon the arrival of n son. Walter Edmund, born January 21, In the southern city. The mother, the former Miss Margaret Walter, Is thc daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Walter. Mr. Heuer Is connected with tho Bank of America In one of the L.OS Angeles branches. Church Service Is Attended by Lodg'es More than 100 Odd Fellows ami Hebekahs occupied a reserved section at First Methodist church Suifday. where the pastor, the Ilev. Fletcher G. Watson, spoke on the subject, "Wanted, a .Man." He developed Iho three links of <M<1 Fellowship, friend- v ship, love and truth. Members of the two organization* gathered in a body at the educational building and marched to thc uudito- irlum. i Special music wus presented by ths I choir and soloists. Odd Fellows Dance Popular An unusually large crowd was in attendance when the Odd Follows Boost, ers' committee entertained Saturday night at a dance at tho I. O. O. F. hall. Tho -next affair will be February 4 at the same place. Mrs. Payne Honored Mrs. Fred Payne, was the center of shower and bridge a. recent bride, a miscellaneous party given ro- A nnd quality gargle- antiseptic mouth-wash The name, of course, guarantees less than half tho usual price—is doubly welcome now. Especially to the millions who find such a product a daily necessity—for halitosis (bad breath), oral hygiene, and other antiseptic uses. The New Vicks Voratone Antiseptic —by the makers of Vicks VapoRub— ; brings this unique advantage. Born j high quality. It is simply the best oral antiseptic Vicks Chemists could Hermann Sisters A regular meeting of the Hermann Sisters, auxiliary to Arvin lodge, order of Hermann Sons, will be held on Tuesday evening at tho Moose hall with Mrs. Lena Kersher presiding. Tho organization meets regularly on the second nnd fourth Tuesdays at 8 o'clock. cently by Miss Ina Wallace and Mrs. Lora Friedman at the Payne home, 2030 C street. Pastel colors were used in all appointments; sweet peas expressed Iho produce and they were aided by bacteriologists and pharmacologists of U. S. W. V. Auxiliary New officers will preside when the o'clock at Memorial hall. in a depression year, it is priced ac- quality—and its economy—is In actual their 16 allied organizations, here and | United Spanish War Veterans' aux- abroad. Mild enough to use dally with n i, lrv mcctH Tuesday night at 8 perfect safety, Vicks Antiseptic is strong enough to do everything; an oral antiseptic can nnd should do. Unusual Trial Offer Of course, the only real proof of its Blrthday Party Coming as a pleasant surprise to the honoree, a jolly birthday party was enjoyed last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Barr, 314 H street, where Mr. Barr was impromptu host and received congratulations of his friends. Those who participated were Messrs, and Mesdames C. R. Hannaman, Clinton same variety of hues. I s - Johnson EB Budge, W H. Barr, Prizes were won by Mrs. W. 7 >. | >fiss Dorothy Johnson and Jack Han- Ruby, Mrs. William Wyeoff and Mrs. naman. « * • Visiting the Holsons Mrs. T. W. Holson of Burser, Texas, accompanied by her small daughter Jane, arrived Sunday to spend several weeks with local relatives. They are house guests at the present time of .Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Holson, 507 N tended to bo a part of a commercial course but an additional service given under the direction of Mrs. Lucy Michael for pupil benefit. Prominent educators throughout the country are urging that an opportu- ] nlty be afforded for children In the grades to learn typing as ono of the advantages which may be used in any line of endeavor. The material on display is almost i perfect In execution and is contributed by Gregory Poulogiani*, Jack White, Evelyn Westlund, Ernest Melone, Boyd I,ammimaii, Betty Nolan and Pearl llazlett. A similar course in elective typing is maintained at thc Washington School under the direction of Miss Ruth Laurenc. »-•-» Announces Dance Complimentary to members and their friends. Kern Homestead No. .".S of tho Homesteaders' L.ife Association w | will entertain at u dance Friday BAPTIST CIRCLE MEETING '.night. January ••;. •> Central Circle of First Baptist I *<•'•«• P. S. I,ongoria is chairman nf church will hold a business meeting ">c affair, which will ho held in tho Tuestlav afternoon nt the church. K. of P. hall on Lake street. Kenneth Klmball. The guests were: Mesdames— Kenneth Klmball William Wyeoff Pearl Ray M.ISSCS— Hazel Davis Edna Summers Stanley Dodds AV. P. Ruby Ada Lindsay Florence Dan- lelson Jessie Mae Matney Evelyn Payne 'street. .•ordingly. Aided by record low prices i use. To furnish this proof five mll- ,.n raw materials-and Vicks facilities i bci'lj^suppllcd VruKgtVs^evertwhere for mass production—Vk-ks Chemists j Ht | OKS ,| lan C . OK , o f manufacture. have produced a large 10-ounco bot-|-oc value, these trial ii e —a usual "iur value—that is priced ' priced at only regularly at only 35. lasts.—Adv. Hurlbut W. H. C. Officers are being requested to gather promptly at 2 o'clock for drill, In connection with a regular meeting of Hurlbut Woman's Ilellef Corps at Memorial hall In the courthouse Tues- packages arc while the supply day. N'cw •^ chairs. i Ma-Jwa-Qan Club ' Two comforts were brought and much clothing assembled for the needy when Ma-Jwa-Gan club mot recently at the homo of Mrs. S. Q. Harris. Mrs. Harris and Mrs. J. B. Clerico were authorized to deliver the executives will be in REFUTATION Contrary to street sohHlp and tho Knipovinc news- VI-P! that. WP IIUVP closed our institution, WP arn still KlvluK ll'u poonlo of Kern rounty tho best of viiluo. that has over been offered for leant cosst. Wo hiivp nevor plosorl our doors and shall continue to give value recelvod as we ure Independent of the Trust. Whore reasonable prices prevail; a complete funeral for as low as $00. A service that saves. Investigation invited. BAKERSFIELD FUNERAL HOME "Home of the Moderate-Priced Funeral" A. J. HENDRICKS, Director 24-Hour Ambulance Service 1629Truxtun Avenue PHONE 340 Mrs. Grace Clausnltzer will be ! contributions, their | The next session will be at thc installed as junior vice-president, having been in Los Angeles at the time of Iho regular riles last Friday. _ SAM MOSS' BEAUTY SHOP 1713 Eighteenth Street P. O. Market Building We Specialize In PERMANENT WAVES 50 Up $O50 $1 50 Up $0 PHONE 500 3 Dry Finger $-J 00 Waves for J. All Lines of Beauty Work home of- Mrs. Fred Duns. 400 Jefferson street. Members are Mcsdamos— Fred Dean James Shields E. Griffith Mary Pullen J. B. Fontaine T^titla Shlnkle Elmer Harvey .1. B. Clcrlco Thlcde R. T.. Tlnrmun Arthur Vineyard Txiu Pullrn Vance Stroblc S. Q. Harris Krod Duns Alli-e Huwkins B. K. Baldwin | • • * Pra-Nuptial Tea < Mlsa l.ois HerRstpit. whoso mar- i rlapo (o I.oul.s (!. AVhcolnr will ttilco I Relief Corps to | Begin Series -of - | Fetes Wednesday Opening a series of six parties devoted to five hundred, delegates from Hurlbut Woman's Relief Corps will entertain Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. O. L. Clausnltzer, 2405 San Eniidio street. The convention will be held In May in Berkeley. The parties will be given on Wednesday afternoons at weekly intervals until six have been held. First, second, third and door prizes will be given, The delegates elected are Mrs. ClausnlUer, Mrs. Hermlna Schmidt, Mrs. Minnie Bauer and Mrs. Rose Valencia. Mrs, Margaret Summers will attend by virtue of her office as president of the corps. CIRCLE TO MEET | No. 3 of First Methodist j Episcopal Church will meet Tuesday | afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home-of ] Mrs. AV. R. Olmstcad, COS L, street, j The day Is changed from Thursday to | Tuesday. All members are being asked to attend and to come prepared . to BOW. I Rcslnol—First Aid For Burns .AJmcMt unbelievable is the quick- neM with which Reainol Ointmen t •top* the pain of a burn or »c«ld. Apply immediately and freely to the injured akin. It allays the infla- mation, usually prevents bl liters, and heals so quickly it lessens the danger of infection. All druggists sell Retinol. Buy it today—have ready for sudden use! | WOm. r«BB TRIAL stee p*clu ( e of Retinal Ointment and Soap with copy of new booklet on Skin Treatment, wriee Rcilnol, Department 81, Baltimore, Md. Special Croquignole ; Permanent With deep, lovely waves and ringlet ends! Complete I Guaranteed! $1.25 Tuesday, Wednesday LUSTRE OIL Soaplcss Shampoo, including Finger Wave or Marcel 75c Ambre Oil New-Art $195 $295 Imperial $500 Any Two: Finger Wuvo, Shampoo, Marcel, Haircut, Cleanup Facial, Arch or Manicure Henna Pack, with Fiuger Wave or Marcel $1.00 STATE LICENSED OPERATORS! NOT A SCHOOL! Phone 5605 OPEN 8 A. M. TO 8 P, M. Le Roy Gordon Beauty Salon 311 Hopkins Building A YOUNG WIFE WRITES HOME _ Extra Special Regular $5 Spiral or Combination Wave, fl»i rrp 95c up complete Croquignole Waves Six Dry Finger Waves or Manicure Facials 5 for $2 Shampoo, Haircut, Arch or Baby Henna, 10c, if taken with Dry Finger Wave or Manicure. CHICAGO COLLEGE OF BEAUTY, INC. 1510 Nineteenth Street Phone 887-J Gentle, mild Lux contain! none of the harmful alkali ordinary soaps often contain. Using Lux for dishes protects'your hands. Yet this beauty cure costs less than Itf a day. ANY WATCH REPAIRED Material! Used at Coat $1.00 Coat Header's Jewelers 1522 nineteenth Street From the Eternal REDWOODS FOR ASTHMA, HAY FEVER, COUGHS, COLDS AND BRONCHIAL DISEASES REDWOOD INHALANT Nature's Gift to Mankind FREE PAMPHLETS ON REQUEST Kimball & Stone Thc Particular Druggists Phont 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY CC B.kenficld, C.IK.

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