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THE BAKEHSF1ELO CAL1KORMAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25,1033 i Native Daughters to Make Poppies SUBJECT AT TEA Mildred Leo Chapter U. 0. C. Hostess to 55 Guests at Annual Event Concentrating her attention »n ihn life and work of Fontnlno Mniiry, interesting southern hero known us the "pathfinder of the seas," writer, mathematician and thinker. Mrs. Thomas C. Austin wns the speaker nt a patriotic tea yesterday given by Mildred I^ee Chnptcr, United Daughters of the Confederacy. The affnir ; was held at the homo of Mrs. J. (". ' Conry, 714 Flower street, and was In ] memory of Robert K. Lee, Stonewall Jackson and Maury. Mrs. Austin told of Maury's birth and rearing «s a rural Ylrglni.-iu. and : his success despite various handicaps. , She dwelt at some length on bin char- ; acter and told of his encouragement , of civic progress. After briefly eulogizing Lee with the i details of whose life the members were more familiar, Mrs. Austin requested the rending of a poem apropos of Andrew Jackson, compiled with by Mrs. Seymour H. Robinson, president of the chapter. Fifty-five members shared the afternoon. Other program numbers were: dancing .selections by five pupils of Miss Marl In's School of the Dance, accompanied ;it Ihp piano by Miss .luanlta Miller, Including toe dance, 'leorgla Louise Tnylnr; acrobatic dance, Belip Randolph: "Jingle Bells" due). Gloria Valencia: tap dance, .lanet Graves; unrt ribbon toe dunce, .Hnrgaret Van Meter. Instrumental ^elections were provided by a trio comprised of Miss Elizabeth Behan, viola; Miss Pauline Willis, violin, and Mrs. Glonnah Ball Dchan, piano. Mr?. Behan presented vocal selections. Members of tlie Past Presidents f'fub of thc Native Daughters of the Golden West will hold a social meeting tonight at the homo of Mrs. Itiilpb Hlndoi4ltcr, 1730 Forrest street, to i \y n | I which all members of thc parlor are i 'VOllKl invited. The evening will be devoted to malting California popples for sale February 2B on "Poppy day," for the benefit of the homeless children's work, the major project of the daughters. THEATER LEAGUE SECRETARY HERE National B. P. W. C. Leader Expected to Visit Local Unit Interest Playgoers in Society to Sponsor Professional Drunui W NEED FOR CKLEJUTUNED Many Activities Planned ul Session Tuesday; Mrs. Davis Is Speaker Outlining the placo in Rnkorsfleld for a Junior <'trnlf>. Mrs. Knlic Davis, organizer, spoke lust night when So- quoin Circle No. "00, Neighbors (if Woodcraft, met. In regular session lust night at tho \V. O. W. hall. Mrs. Lily Inghnin, guiirdlnn neighbor presided, assisted by the new staff of officers. A campaign for Junior members was Inaugurated, with the nilult clrrlo divided Into two teiims. Mrs. Inglmm, captain of tho rod teiun, will be opposed by Mrs. Frances Nations, captain of the green team. Tho losers are to fete tho winners nt the end of the campaign. Invitations from the Tuft Thimble Club for n meeting Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock nt Legion hall, wns | Moping to Interest BaUersHold people In The Theater T.eaguo, an or' ganizallon Inspired by a movement to ; bring back legitimate drama, 3. i Francis Smith, field secretary, I" In Ibo oily for a few days from Pasa- i dcnn. i Should The Theater League bo or- jgnnly.od here It would mean the bringing of three professional plays of tho [calibre of R. X. Dchrman's "Brief Moment" and Norman Krasna's "Louder Plense" to Bnkcrsflold this season, providing a suitable place of presentation nmy bo found. Mr. Smith explained today thnt The Theater Leiiguo has been organized by a group of devotees of the drama for the purpose of bringing to the cities and towns of the Pacific const pluys of outstanding merit with capable casts. Its object Is to Inaugurate In the west u movement similar to that which is being successfully carried on by the Theater Guild In the east, thai, of keeping allvo Interest In the legitimate stage. It ID noncommercial, according to Mr. Smith, who adds that It Is not a dramatic stock company. The plays are staged under tho personal direction of Gllmor Brown, with specially selected casts for each play. Tho league IK now organized In San Diego, Pasadena, Fresno and Stock- Ion, and is In tho process of organization In Oakland. Mr. Smith plans to be at Hotel Padro during his stay, and may be seen or called there by Interested per- 1-111.112 touring the west Mrs. .J. McDonald Bowman, national president of tho Business and Professional Women's Club, will visit Bakcrafleld February 0, according to hor present Itinerary. Sho will bo In Salt Lake City January 29 and will visit Sacra - tnonto, cities north of the bay, Stockton, San Francisco, Salinas, Santa Barbara and Los Angoles before arriving In Bakorsflcld. From huro sho will return to Los Angoles and San Diego, sailing homo via-the Panama canal. Her trip started In New York City. She will bo thc guest of tho valley clubs at a dinner, probably at Hotel 1S1 Tejon, with Mrs. t,. Frank John- drew presiding. Miss JUsttna Hendsch Is chairman of dinner arrangements. Mrs, Johndrow received members of the club last night at an "at homo" at hor residence, 2724 Sunset avenue, the second of a series of monthly affairs to promote fellowship 1 within the club. Simultaneously, Miss Dorothy Donahoe, chairman of tho dramatics section, held rehearsals for two one- act plays to be presented In April, They were "Deceivers Ever" (Melville), and "Tho Great Decision" (Charles Ocorgo). The club women not Identified with tho dramatics group were entertained at cards. Tho hostess was assisted by Miss Shirley Swlnk, Patriotic Order Workers for 1933 Are Chosen by New .Leader Mrs. Conry wns assisted by Mos- dames William Rlseden. T. C. Austin, A. R. Hitchcock, Lee Chnmblln and Miss Ada Frank Anderson, tho tea committee: Mesdamrs F.dgar Wasem, Carl Gerson. Roy Lewis and George Hamilton, program committee: and Hie HttJe Misses Barbara Tibbetts and Betty Adams, pages. To confer crosses of honor on sever;il southern veterans an evening meeting will be held in February at the home of Mrs. Garnett K. Adams. 2020 B street. The Conn- residence was attractively decked with flags and bouquets of i-iirnntlons. read. In appreciation for year, a gift shower i Mrs. Odessa Klzzl.ir, Committees for 1933 were announced In full Tuesday afternoon when Hurlbut Woman's Relief Corps met for Its first session of tho new administration at Memorial hall. Mrs. Margaret Summers presided. Those named were: Americanization —Mesdames Mary B. IJampson, Wllla Aubrey, Julia Creas and Jean Rumage. OPPOSES CUT IN STATE SCHOOL AID P. T. A. Board Has Meeting; Founders' Day Pageant Impressively Given Committee Aids Executive—Mesdames Graco Claus- hev work last 'vas presented past guardian neighbor. The officers' club will meet In all- day session Friday, nt the homo of Mrs. Ivy Borgwardl on Union avenue. A juvenile meeting Is scheduled for Saturday, February •!, nt tho homo of Mrs. Vernie .Spragup, senior guardian. On next Tuesday evening, following a regular business session, a birthday party will be hold in honor of all" members who had anniversaries ,11 October, November and December. Mrs. Ellen Kulzer is chairman of arrangements. SOCIETY TO MEET All circles of the Ladles' Aid Society of First Methodist Church will meet Thursday in the educational unit for an all-day meeting to sew on junior choir robes. The session will begin at 10 o'clock. Potluck luncheon will be served at noon. After luncheon the i/lrcles will hold short business sessions, after which members will continue their needlework. Officers are urging a full attendance. UNDERGOES OPERATION ! Miss Mac Macklin of Miss Macklin's Secretarial School, underwent an operation at the Good .Samaritan Hospital, Los Angeles, yesterday. Local friends have been notified that the operation vas successful. She will remain In tin- south for convalescence. nitzer, Hcrmlna Schmidt, Minnie [Bauer and Rose Valencia, i Aids—Mesdames Sadie Williams, ; Clara Kent, Minnie Lane and Willa Seventh district, California Congress of Parents and Teachers, Is opposad to nny cut In state support of public schools, and a telegram wns forwarded to State Senator James I. Wagy at Sacramento to that effect. The action was reported at tho meeting of the executive board held yesterday afternoon at the Emerson school when j Founder's day was observed. Mrs. Andrew Hancock presided at the session and the chief speakers Included Miss Eldorn DeMots, associate field secretary of the national Camp Fire organization, who spoke on tho importance of Camp Fire work; John F. JOB'S DAUGHTERS REGEIpADER Mrs.. Bachclder Tells Girls of Educational Work and Other Projects One hundred arlrls from • Bakursfleld and Delano were present lust night to greet Mrs. Thella'Biichelder of Berkeley, tfrand guardian of tho ntulo of California for Job's Daughters. Bak- ersflold Bethel, No. 28, of which Miss Betty Graham Is honored queen, and Mrs. H. D. Headcn, guardian, was tho hostess organization at tho Masonic temple. Mrs. Bucheldcr concentrated much of her talk, during the evening, "to the educational program of tho organization, which IH an unusually extensive one, Including tho lending of money to members to complete their school- Ing. Ml«s Graham welcomed tho visitor, as did Mrs. Headon. Mrs. Pauline Wright, deputy grand guardian, from Taft Bethel, No. 38, brought greetings. She was Introduced, as were all past and present guardians and associate guardians. Past honored queens of Bakorsflcld bethel who were escorted to the cast were the Misses T^ydtn Francisco, Martha Graham, Jane Jensen, Ivah Kullertpn, Margaret Hoss and Mr«. Theodore Harder. Recognition was given nlso to the honored queen and senior -princess of Delano bethel. Vocal selections were presented by Miss Ivah Fullerton and piano numbers were given by Miss Frances Dockstader. The close of the evening was devoted to a social hour, during which refreshments, prepared by a committee headed by Miss Theresa Lacasella, were served. Church Circles Announce Plans Announcements from circles of First Christian Church were made for Thursday, as'follows: Naomi Circle Is postponing plans for a potluck luncheon on account of tho weather, and will meet at tho home of Mrs. IT. A. Thorp, 815 Montoroy street for a regular meeting. Ksther Circle will moot at tho home of Mrs. n. 13. Cady, 1320 East Nineteenth .street instead of at the homo of Mrs. Albert Tosch. Iluth Circle will meet at tho home of Mrs. K. Varner, 4t5 Seventeenth street. Lydln Circle will convene with Mrs. G. J. Kaptle, 1904 Maplo street. If LEADER™ Miss Eldora DeMols Talks at Guardians' Meeting on Symbolism IN LEAGUE STATED \ubrey. Dale of Sacramento, department of National aids — Mcsdames Rosa I pn.rent education, who outlined nctiv- King, Georgia Greenleaf. ! ities; and Mrs. C. Barnes of Fellows. Auditing committee—Mesdamos Ber- ( district chairman of thrift. 11m Fenton, Erma Payne and Ada j Paoeant Impressive CIRCLE MEETING West Park Circle of First terian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Angus Crttes, at L" o'clock Thursday afternoon. _ _ Two victories each for McFarland and Tlakersfleld High School teams put McFarland In a tie with Delano for first-place standing In the Sierra Forensics League of Kern county yesterday, while Bakorsfield stood a good second. McFarland teams won from Shafter and Taft. Bakcrsfield defeated Shttfter nnd Delano debate squads and Deliino split even, winning one decision from Taft and losing the other to Uakersfleld. Team standings, as announced by J. 11. Portcrfield, commissioner of forensics, at a meeting of Sierra League representatives In Hotel 101 Tejon here : last evening, arc as follows: Delano and McFarland, won five decisions: liakerst'lpld, won four; Taft, won one; Presby- I Shafter, none. Cropland. Entertainment — Mesdames Winifred Ketchem, Grace Richardson, and Dorothy Findlay. Child welfare — Mesdames Sara Burton, Grace Clnusnltzer, Freda "^' le Founder's day committee, under the guidance of Mrs. John Lambert and Mrs. Albert West, presented n unique pageant commemorating the memory of Mrs. Alice McClcnnun Birney nml Mrs. Phoebe Hearst. These two characters were portrayed by Mrs. J. Wilbur Voorhlcs and Mrs. Frank For Two Honorees Jointly honoring Miss Lois Bcrg- sten, bride-elect of Louis Wheeler, and Miss Wilma McFadyen, affianced bride of Mcrlynn S. Harvuot, Mrs. Clifford Renshaw entertained at a miscellaneous shower recently at her home, 708 Monterey street. As each Mlss Eldora DoMots, associate field secretary of tho national Camp Fire organization, spoke on activities of tho organization and explained Camp Fire symbolism nt tho meeting of the Bak- crsfleld Guardians Association held last night at the homo of Mrs. W. C. Hnrman, 1S80 Pacific Drive. Miss DcMots said that tho symbols of the North American Indian are used In Camp Fire work, and that they may be utilized In various ways In the handcrafl work. The Camp Fire leader presented an exhibit of handcraft made by the children. Batik work on velvet, spatter work on chiffon, jewel boxes made from discarded tobacco cartons, ornate boxes mode from grape fruit and orange shells: i block prints, ceremonial gowns and a coolie coat, Tho exhibit was admired by the guardians, who were Interested In seeing how much artistic work can be accomplished with Inexpensive materials. Miss DcMots left last night for Pasadena for the Camp Fire Institute to i be held at the Green hotel, beginning! with a dinner Friday night. • honoree had been Invited to the af- Vesper services to be held In Febby the Camp Fire groups wero is suitable for presentation by asso- QUICK DISPOSAL SHOE SALE Starts Thursday at 9 a. m. Come early and make your selection while stock is complete. You always save money at the National Shoe Store, and this sale is an unusual op- - portunity. LADIES' SHOES GROUP ONE All styles and patterns— straps, tics and pumps. Values to $2.95. Suit- price— $1.00 GROUP TWO—A wide variety to choose from. All styles, including new oxfords. Many have the popular new Compo soles. Values to ^ 4 y| ^ $3.95. Sale Price 9 i "H" i Values to $4.95, Sale Price $1.87 Bakersfleld's winning team at. Delano was made up by Miss Doris Hancock, who was rated first speaker; David Goldberg, second speaker, and Miss Dorothy Hanawalt, who tied with Miss Sharpo of Delano for third speaker rating. In rjakersflcld, with William Buerkle as expert judge, the tonm which won from Shafter Included Jess Jones, first speaker; Miss Marie NMuhols and Miss Louise Gof- felt. who were rated second and third In that order. Twenty-four persons were in attendance at the meeting hero yesterday evening, including Miss Madeline Thomas, Delano debate conch; E. J. I'eery, of Shafter; Ernest Mclnnos, of Tnft; J. H. Porterfleld, McFarland; W. K. Peterson, director of public spcnking at Bakcrsfleld High, and Miss Katherlno McMahon, local debate manager. Freenmn, Kthel Buffington, Jennie McLean and Minnie George. House employment — Mesdames Arftia Portnell, Alma Thorpe, Ella Hi-nth and Clara Ingram. Conference—Miss Maude ^tetcalf and Mesdames Minnie Campion, Mln- ulc Watson and Ada Crosland. Patriotic committee -— Mesdames i Angle McSmith, Erma Payne, Georgia Greenleaf and Mary Phelps. i bj-"Mrs W "c' Harman local "camp ' ments °f tn e evening 1 Floral committee—Mrs. Sadie Will- ; Fjre- PXPC . ut i VC| ' sn |' rt the 'national' Mo- ! Those attending were 'lams. ! gan for Camp Fire girls this year is Other Duties . "Making More of Me." Tho self- Thrift—Mesdames Minnie Campion. Improvement program is one designed Mary Hampson, "SYllma Canaday and to equip the growing girl with poise, Lucile Morris. i Interest In personal appearance, as Visiting—Mesdames Marie Walters, i well ns abilities In home and craft Clara Kent, Dorothea Findlay, Eva | work, more especially sewing. Veon and Sara Stoll. • ; Dale Sneaker Miss DeMots said that the P. T. A. organizations are the best friends the Camp Fire wrrkcrp have. FLAWING Opens Monday Evening ul First Baptist Church for Five Nights Preparations are shaping rapidly for opening of a leadership training school under auspices of the Community Council of Religious Education Mon,day night for five evenings, from 7 to 9 o'clock. The committee considered today that (ho staff had been strengthened by tho acquisition of Mrs. Albert T. Douglass, of this city, former International secretary of tho World Program for Bettor Womanhood, Ml«s Ada Rose Demercst, of Los Angeles, and several other local and ~ out-of< town persons highly qualified for the work. x Mrs. Douglass will teach primary material and methods. Doctor J. A. Oaten of TJOH Angeles will bo In charge of broad specialization on young people's departments, Intermediate, senior and young people. Doctor H. V. Mather, general secretary of the Southern California Council of Religious JSducatlon will speak- on tho teaching task of the church. Mrs. Douglass, wife of .the pastor of Calvary Baptist Church and •well known evangelist, has been much In demand as a speaker at southern and northern Baptist conventions, was field worker for Simmons University In Texas, and has been active In ro- llglous education work and the promotion of .young people's activities. The Reverend John Munfoch, pastor of First Presbyterian Church and president of the Bakcrsflcld Ministerial Union, Is dean of tho school. Carl Miller Is chairman of the curriculum committee. •-•-* PARTY DATE SET Following the talk, a business meet-i Event tO Be Held Friday EvC- g was held conducted by Miss Mario! . . Ing Harris, president. ning, February 10 by Y. L. I. Rose shades were used in Relief—Mcsdames Gladys Owens, Ida Petz, Ada Stewart, Rosa King and Iva Clark. All officers attended. Mrs. Grace Clausnitzer was Installed as junior vice-president, having been absent at the installation services last Friday. ' M j Ra ' DeM o tfs who was introduced j fnvors - candles and the other appoint- Mesdames— George Brun- William McFad- dage yen Millard Gibson Bertha Bergstcn (Gonzales) J. T. Graham L. C. Ross Misses— Wilma McFad- Martha Graham yen Margaret Ross Betty Graham Lydla Francisco Martha Gundlach Mr. Dale, who has been holding classes in parent education throughout Kern county, gnve facts nnd figures on what hnd been accomplished evening. Mrs. Gladys Owens acted as , n (hc Rtato ; and lho n j n ,; of the work | ,. t ]nrge He rpolto nn lh(? trnlnlnR of officer In charge, assisted by Winifred Ketchem, conductor. Mrs. 1 loaders for the work, nnd then dls- Mrs. Mae Williams Invited members | cussed the nccd of 'parents to proof the Lavender Club to her homo, v|flc the pl . 01 , er diversions for their ; 2203 Twentieth street for their meet- PURE SILK HOSIERY Reg. 59c Value. Per Pair Reg. Sflc value. Full- Fashioned. All Colors. I'or Pair 49 c FANCY BOUDOIR SLIPPERS 1 without. 59 c Assorted colors; with licds. Regular .$1.2") values MEN'S DRESS SHOES Black. Plain loe. Goodyear soles. Values to $3.95. Sale Price-$1.89 Black and tan. Plain loc, lioodycnr soles. Values to .$l.<)f>. Sale Price — $2.59 L MEN'S WORK SHOES Composition soles. Plain toe. A long wearing, good looking work shoe. Reg. $2.9f> tt 4 ^^fc value. Sale Price 9 A • • *3 6ale Starts Tomorrow Morning—Come Earlv * * National Shoe Store 2012 Chester Avenue Next to Kewpie's Coffee Shop ing February 2. She will be assisted by Mrs. Mary B. Hampson. GOLDEN WEST CLUB ENTERTAINED AT TEA children. RECENT BIRTHS Sigma Phi Gamma Meeting Plans for an Informal dance nt Omah Burton, Violet M. Stahl, Minnie Symmes, Margaret F. Sago, Luella M. Reynolds, Winifred Peterson, S. Johnson, Opal J. Lane, Helen Wilson, W. C. Hartnan, Marie Brltton; Misses Mary Tyson, Klolso Harris, Dorothy Wilson, Gcnevlevo Hunt, Jane Hnr- man and Miss Marie Harris. •> « » 1- Mrs. D. J. Holson was the principal speaker at Williams School Wednesday afternoon, when tho P. T. A. held Stockdale, February 11, open to allies regular monthly meeting. Tho friends of the sorority, will be made tonight when Alpha PsI chapter of the Sigma Phi Gamma sorority meet In the clubrooms In the Woman's Club building. Tho girls also will discuss a province meeting February 25 and 26 In Hollywood, and formal Initiation February 22 at Hotel El Tejon. A 6:30 o'clock Spanish dinner will be served In the rooms, with Miss j Martha Graham, Miss Virginia Mc- /*>SLean and tho pledges in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Hall, son, Joe i Here top wedding Clark, January 15. Mr. and -Mrs. Willis Jones, daughter, Doris Darlone, January 17. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lankford, son, I Lorln Gall. January 17.- i Members of tho Golden West Vtom-l Mr and MrH p - De i jiY a to, daugh- an's Club wore entertained at a tea- ter Beatrice Mariunna, January 11. Thursday, Friday, Saturday Beautiful Steam Cruquignulc Permanent! All the curls you need. Complete! ' Guaritntocd! Ambrc Oil Permanent C'ompluto with lovoly, soft, deep wuvus and &1 ringlet outlsl «BJ.»» Shampoo, rinse and dry fitiBor wuvo Any Two: Klnger wave, shampoo, haircut, marcel, clean-up racial, iireh or maul- euro Other lovely permuuetits Lustre Oil soapless shampoo with finger wove or imircol State Licensed Operatora Not a School! Le Roy Gordon Beauty Salon Phone 5605 311 Hopklne Bldg. Open 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. hold recently at thc home of Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Handis, 831 X street. More than 50 guests shared the afternoon. The tea table was centered with jonquils and yellow tapers, the club Mr. and Mrs. Gco. X. Klmm, son, Daniel X., January 11. In tho city -to attend the wedding of Miss Lois Bergsten and Louis Wheeler Thursday night, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Boohm of Fresno are guests of Mr. Boehm's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John O. Boehm, Gil Qulncy street. They will return Saturday morning. • • 0 Current Event; colors of yellow and white being prct- tcr Mar j orie Jcani January 12. tlly carried out in tho appointments. | Mr nnd MrH Wni T Anderson, Mrs. Handis was assisted In receiving Robert Dunham, January 13. by Mrs. W. II. P nkncy, president of [ Mr and Mrs Josephlne H . C Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sancloval, son, | Members of thc Current Events Club Richard Raoul, ?\ov. 9. , n t jj. r | day nie ht at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Malone, daugh- the club; Miss Mabel Walker and Mrs. Ann Monroe. Misses Ethel Onborn, Mary Small, and Miss Hinda Randolph assisted in serving. Mrs. H. J. Small also assisted during tho afternoon. j Mrs. Clifton Greene presided at the i piano during the tea hours. Gurr, daughter, Prlscilla Marie, January S. Mr. and Mrs. Keith R. Cathpole, daughter, Carolyn, January 9. FIRST WOMAN EMPLOYE Miss Jennie . Oouglcs was tho firbt A meeting of the club will bo held | woman to bo employed by the United tonight at the home of Mrs. Mabel Walker on Sixteenth street. Final plans will he made for the musical revue to be presented February 13. States government. In the spring of 186!! she was appointed to trim American currency. Her efficiency led to more female appointments. Mrs. L. D. DeCourcy, 2914 Park Way. COUNCIL SERVING LUNCHEON Members of the Women's Council of First Christian Church will serve a public luncheon at a small cost at the mothers' chorus, under the direction Preparations for thc annual Valentine card party to be held on Friday evening, February 10, wero launched by tho members of the Young Ladles' Institute at the meeting held last night. The party, which Is always ;< largely attended event, will tako placo at tho Bakorsflcld Woman's Club. Miss Mary Ellen Hagcn, president. conducted tho session at which plan* wero also made for attendance at tho I district meeting to be held at Hanford, j February !!6. Miss Hagen attended a meeting at Fresno recently when of- j fleers were named for thc district gathering. Miss Hngen will occupy tho past president's chair, and Mis.- Louise Barullch was elected to act A.- financlal secretary and Miss Gcnovlcvt: Borcl as outside sentinel. Miss Reglna Dcgan will head tlfi>. committee to take charge of arrangements for the party. She will be ae- of Mrs. Walter Jaynes, entertained I Rlsled by Miss Louise Barullch, Conso- wltli three songs, "Prayer for Mothers," "Sylvia" and "In a Luxemburg Garden." Mrs. Viola G. Blodget, principal, read u poem composed by Mrs. W. C. King, a P. T. A. member. Miss Gall Durkln directed the group of children play selections from Handel and Beethoven. Francis Wilson and Donald Mclntyre offered u clarinet duet. It was announced that John F. Dalo of state board of education will bo at the school on Tuesday afternoon nt 12:30 o'clock, nnd all inotncrB are urged to be present. It was decided to have Friday evening, February line Snsla, Eleanor Johnson, and Mary Echenlque. , , WHAT NEXT! Wheelbarrows equipped with balloon, tires have made their appearance in Detroit. It Is said that 'barrows so equipped arc easier to shove and that more traction Is obtained from this type of tire. . a dinner • to raise money. Mrs. 6. L. Worth served tea at tho close of the afternoon. Constituting the first big affair to bo sponsored by a men's P. T. A. council In tho city, an evening meeting to which the community will be bidden has been set for February :< by Father's Council of Horace Mann P. T. A. Plans were well launched at a meeting last night at the school presided over by thc president, C. C. Miller. church Thursday. Those In charge Committees include: Program, C. C. announced a "creamed turkey and bis- j Miller, F. W. ITort. suit" menu. Mrs. W. E. Young will - Refreshments. Clement Hershey, Specials at have charge of dining room arrangements. In the kitchen will be Mesdames O. A. Gary, Ray Walt, 7.. P. MOSC.H, A. B. Lewis, U. R. Plerson. J. R. Pierson, \\~. C. Carter and 12. A. Hawkins. SUE: I knitted this dress myself—like it? ENID: It looks like a million now — but how will it look when it's washed? SUE: Why I've already washed it in Lux, just thc way I do sweaters . . . first, I draw an outline just thc size. Then I swish my sweater through lukewarm Lux suds—I wouldn't think of rubbing it with cake soap because that tends to shrink woolens. After rinsing, I ease it back to the outline. In no time it looks like new. Lux has none of thc harmful alkali ordinary soaps often have. And, as everybody knows, anything safe in water is safe in Lux. chairman, H. A. Krauter. H. 10. QreRor, Frank W. Smith, and M. J, SJughruc. Welcoming committee, Albert West, H. A. Krauter and H. E. Grcgur. Committee to plan future %s - ork, Albert West, U .1. Bennett, 11. A. Krauter and C. C. Miller. ' Members of tho Ollg Parent Teacher I Association will be hostesses at n : dunce to be held Friday night at tho | OIlR schoolhouso. Tho affair will bo a j benefit and proceeds will be used tu carry on tho work of tho association. < « * INTENTION TO WED Charles II. HcynoldH. 70, Bremerton, WuHh., anil ISvu Oirlin, 00, AMHiilia. $C95 5 rotn MERCED California's biggest winter holiday is central to all California! Conic by rail or AH Year Highway. Reduced rates. All i sports equipment may be rented. Get j folders: Your travel agent or ihc Yo-. i scmitc office, Yosemitc National Park, California. Anything safe in water is safe in LUX WINTER SPOUTS GASH for Old Jewelry, Dental and Mining Gold THE WICKERSHAM CO. Corner Nineteenth and I Streets We Do Not Employ Ouliidd Sillelten We have 38 dresses loft from our winter stock, some in values as high as $24.75. If you need a dress to finish this "in-between" season, hero is a real value, providing you can find your size. First come, first served. No exchanges. No refunds. • ANOTHER GROUP at Includoa Valuon Up to $20.76 COATS Just six winter coutH. Unbelievable vuluoH. Loss than 50 per cent ofi previous selling price. HATS Choice of Uctnuinliig Winter Huts— $1.00 WE WANT YOUR ACCOUNT Judd's "For L.idies' Duds" 1818 "Eye" Street .Juat Back of Wlckenham'a

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