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• '' »'*'' * i ' ' THE 'BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1938 S0C1 P. T. A. ACTIVITIES Episcopal Folk Back From Convocation; Mrs. .T. B. Wrenn Presides Mesdames J. B. Wrenn, Percy T. Nc;ite, C A. Webb and the Reverend anil Mrs, William E. Patrick returned last evening by motor from sonora where they attended the annual convocation of the Protestant Episcopal missionary district of San Joaquln. On Tuesday afternoon, the day before the church convocation, Mrs. Wrenn, serving her second year of a three-yenr term In the office, presided at the annual meeting of the diocesan church service league, Mrs. Neate acting as secretary. Mrs. Wrenn wag' one of five delegates chosen to represent the San Joaquln at the provincial auxiliary meeting to be held in the spring. Tuesday evening, the Reverend •William E. Patrick In his capacity as " chairman of the diocesan commission on religious education, presided at an educational conference on church school curricula and study groups. This meeting was held nt the Sonora Inn where most of the delegates wore housed on account of a snow storm, which covered the historic mountain town with a blanket of white. Bishop" Presides The convocation proper held at St. James' Church, Sonora, on Wednesday and Thursday, had as Its presiding offlcor, the Right Reverend Louis Chllds sanford, t>. D., of Fresno, who on the twenty-fifth celebrated the twenty-second anniversary of his consecration as missionary bishop of San Joaquln. As a result of the election ' of district officers and delegates, St. Paul's, Bakersfleld, will again be rep' resented on the. diocesan executive Council by the Reverend Mr. Patrick and J. Benson Wrennj who were also chosen as deputies to the annual synod of the province of the Pacific to be held in the spring. Announcement was made by Bishop Sanford that the place of the synod meeting was to be determined at the February meeting of the provincial council, plans for holding the synod In Portland, Oregon, having been given up on account of the Illness of the Inviting host, the Right Reverend W. T. Sumner, -D. D., bishop of Oregon. Tea Served Members of the service league of St. James, Sonora, served tea at the olose of eaoh session of diocesan league and convocation meetings. At a short meeting of the newly elected executive council, the Reverend Mr. Patrick was chosen vice-president for the third successive year and again named head of the council division of religious education. In addition to the Bakersfleld representatives named above, the mission of St Andrew's, Taft, was represented at Sonora by Mrs. ,J. Elmer Darling. Mrs. Robert Lincoln Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. J. -Gordon Dar- rpiiE Lowell School Parent Teachers JL' Association ' executive board met Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock In the kindergarten room of tho Lowell School. Mrs. J. A. Ware, the newly elected president, filling the vacancy of Mrs. L. C. Quick, presided. A bridge party was planned to raise funds to continue welfare work and the following committee 'appointed: Mrs. D. K. Qoode, general chairman; Mrs. M. M. Lancaster, refreshment*, and Mrs. Price Edwards and Mrs. Clyde Hlslop, ^ assistants. The date and place will t>o announced 'later. Following are the names of the members of the board: Mrs. J. A. VESPER SERVICE SLATED_SUNDAY Blue and White Quartet to Present Sacred Music Sunday Evening 'The Blue and White quartet, Including Bill Kobb. tenor; Jim Anderson, tenor; Jim Stone, baritone, and Jim Stramler, bass, -with Miss nuth Morgan as accompanist, will be featured by tho Bakersfleld High School Musicians' Club In a vesper service to be given at tho Congregational church here Sunday evening nt 6:30 o'clock. Tho program will Include as the first group of numbers, "Walking With Thee," and "Little Brown Church In the bale" (Pitts-Adams). In the second group will bo "Requiem," by Sidney Homer, and "Thanks Be to God" (O'Rellly.-Dlck- son), with Mr. Stone as soloist. A number of negro spirituals, arranged by H. T. Burlelgh, -will next bo sung by tho quartet, tho selections being "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot," "Steal Away" nnd "Deep River." Bill Robb nnd Jim Anderson will sing OH a duet "Prayer Perfect" (Rlley-Steuson), and the concluding group of songs by the entire quartet will Include the numbers "Drink to Me Only ,Wlth Thine Eyes," arranged by Carrie B. Adams, "Until the Ware, Mrs. C. Hatfleld, Mrs. Katherine Holland, Mrs. Price Edwards,' Mrs. John Crawford, Mrs. Charles Kramer, Mrs. T. W. Plnnoll, Mrs. Clyde Hlslop, Mrs. Charles Fussol, Mrs. D. K. Ooode, Mrs. A. C. Munschy, Mrs. A. J. Ilendrlcks, Mrs. T. Marsh, Jr., Mrs.. J. a. Wallace, Mrs. N. P. Humble, Mrs. C. B, O'Oulnn, Mrs. N. M. Lancaster. Immediately fallowing this meeting the regular monthly meeting of tho association was held with Mrs, J. A. Ware, president, presiding. The following musical program prepared by Miss Elolso Harris, was presented: "Cupids Hearts" and "New York Life," Lowell orchestra; "Bells," "Dancing Eucalyptus" and "Friday Stroet," v'orso speaking choir; trumpet trio, three boys, "Road to Happiness"; piano solo, by Ruth Nell, "Rushing Clypsles"; "Amaryllis" and' "Neapolitan Nights," girls' chorus. Herbert Healy, county superintendent of schools gave an address on school legislation. Mr. Chenoweth's letter was read by Mrs. Vera Hallsworth. A recitation was presented by Mrs. Charles Kramer. Mrs. Clyde Hlslop was appointed chairman of publicity to succeed Mrs. L. E. Haggard who resigned. Mrs. T. W. Plnnell gave her report on P. T. A. welfare work, the report Indicating that considerable progress Is being made In this activity. At the close of the meeting tea was served In tho cafeteria, the committee Including Mrs. Charles Kramer, Mrs. Phillip Monsan, Mrs. K. McDonald. Kern County Union High School Parent Teacher Association will meet Wednesday afternoon In the music building at 1:30 o'clock. Leisure-time activity will be the topic of the discussion group led by Mrs. Dana O. Blng. A call is being sent out for books and magazine^ for the dormitories. SEMESTER ENDS FOR KERN PUPILS Mlicallaneou* Shower t Mrs. Hump Pevey and Mrs. A. A. Anderson entertained at, a mlscel- Dawn," by Parks, and Is Over," Parks. Now the Day The vesper service is the second program of this nature to be sponsored by the Musicians Club, the first, given recently at the Baptist Church, having been very well received. The program was presented informally by the Cartel at a meetlntr of the Musicians' Club yesterday oft- TO HOLD CONTEST A cosh prize will be awarded the winner of the contest to be cohducted for naming the dance orchestra which plays Saturday night at Canaday'e pavilion on the Stlne Road. The contest will begin Saturday night and will continue two or three weeks. Rules will be posted In the .hall. Large Orchestra to Play at Stockdale An eight-piece orchestra will play for dancers at the Stockdale Country Club Saturday night when tho Informal monthly dance Is hold. The orchestra, considered one of tHo most popular In tho city • Is expected to prove highly popular with the guests. The dance will be open to members and their guests. Admission of guests unaocompanled by members will be by card only. • , Boy Piano Students to Offer Program 3 esse Jones and Robert Leon 'Barr, boy piano students of Mrs, Harry BInns, will present a group of piano compositions for the class Saturday afternoon nt 3 o'clock at the studio In the W. O. W. building. The program will be presented In two groups, and numbers by request will also be glv«n. ' The program will be as follows: Part I—Six variations (Beethoven), March of the Dwarfs (Grelg), Traum- erel (Schumann), Valse In E Flat (Durand), O Thou Sublime Sweet Evening Star (Wagner), Robert Leon Barr. Piirt II—Toccata A Major (Paradise), Crescendo (Lessen), Etudo Fnn- tnstlque (Godnrd), Raindrop Prelude and Ecossasles Trols (Chopin), Alt Wein (Ciodowsky), Second Arabesque (Debussy), by Jesse Jones. +-•-» • CHURCHES NOT EXEMPT SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 27. (A. P.)— State Senator Herbert C. Jones was told today by Attorney-General U. S. Webb that churches and other property entitled to general tax exemption Under the constitution and laws of the iftnto are not entitled to exemption from water conservation district assessments. 42 High School Students Are Released From Studies; Programs Tonight Coming as the,.line of demarcation between elementary, nnd high school careers, or between first and second semesters of Study, the ^ o'clock bells sounding In schools , throughout Kern county this afternoon,,held a peculiar, significance'for the thousands of students thus -liberated."• For ,209 stu- pactly dents of elementary schools It marked people, a definite step forward, as .they will enter..high,.school, with .the .beginning* of the new semester. For ;others, It meant 'simply tho conclusion of another-half-year of study. Forty-two senior students of Bnk- orsfleld High School concluded their prescribed fo'Ui'-yoar course of study today and -we're graduated without ceremony. They will receive their dl^pmns with the greater, number of stuVerits who will finish their high school careers In June. Many of the high school graduates are planning 1 to continue In advanced work at the local Junior college, while others Will take additional high School courses with a view to making up college entrance deficiencies. One hundred arid .sixty-three students graduating 'from elementary •Hchoolsi within the Kern County Union High School district will tnke up their new courses of study In tho Bakersfield High School plant Monday. Of this number, HO "were graduated by city schools. '• Graduation exercises are being held tonight at.Standard School, where 17 students have compteted their elementary school work, and at Beardsley, which Is sending six students on to high school. At Taft Thursday, 46 studen.ts were graduated from elementary school with appropriate exercises and will enter Taft High School at the beginning of the spring semester Monday. Berfltten.Wheeler Wadding ,ln the subdued light of slit cathedral tapers placed between great baskets of pink and white gladioli, the wedding of Mlse Jessie Lois Bergsten, the daughter' of Mrs. Bertha Wentworth Bergsten, and Louis Grant Wheeler, tho son of Mrs. N. B. D. Wheeler of Fresno, took place at JJ o'clock last evening at First Congregational Church. The servlde was on the twentyUhlrd wedding anniversary of tlv« bride's mother. The auditorium was filled to en- with friends of the young who stood while 'the Rev. 5 d less Jperlb. A lot has been said about the new delicious flavor of drip coffee— but we have neglected to say often enough that it costs less. You will actu'ally use at least 15% less of Schilling Drip Coffee than you use for any other process. That's 5$ per Ih. saved. Figure it yourself ! I LUNCHEON AT MAGUND6N Reservations nro being received at this time'for a luncheon to be served February 1 at tho Magunden Community hall by women of the home department. The serving will begin at 1 o'clock. Mrs. M. C. Parker and Mrs. A. E. Hoagland are receiving reservations. Many, especially of tho smaller clubs, -have been -received already. • Girls'League to Choose Officers TAFT, Jan. 27.—Petitions* for the Girls' League officers for next semester are now being distributed to those who desire them nt the high school. Tho election will take placo all day Friday In the front lobby of the high school. All members of the Girls' League are eligible to vote. The officers of the past semester are Eloulse Ward, president; Alice Bradford, first vice-president; Evelyn Meloan, second vlce-pvesldent; Okie Varner, secretary, and Eleanor Jeans, treasurer. Installation of the new officers will take place during the first Girls' League meeting of the new semester. TO GIVE PARTY The Warmer ,»unday School class Is entertaining'at a series of parties, one of which Was. given recently at the home of Mrs. Irving Coats In Olldale. An Interesting feattire of "the afternoon was the presentation of violin numbers by Elwyn Coats, accompanied nt the plnno by Miss Ruth Herman. Luncheon was served. Anthony S. Donat, pastor of the church'read the. lovely "maglo circle ring ceremony, accompanied by organ numbers played by Miss Louis Ham-. llton. The bride entered with her uncle, Curtis Wlble, preceded by Mrs. Walter Jayhes, matron of honor and Miss Ralpha Sanders, maid of honor. Mr. Wheeler's attendants were Theron Johnson .of Fresno and Ben Brundage. The ushers wore Edward Barge and Henry Barge. , • Miss Hamilton's prelude was "Lleb- estraum" (Llzst), and the wedding march was "Marche Nuptlale" (Louis Ganne). During the ceremony she played the adagio movement from Gullmnnt's Third Sonata. ' The bride, a young woman of charm and pApularlty, Is a native daughter of Bakersfleld.' She Is a piano teacher and soloist, and Is actively Identified with the Beta Alpha chapter of the Theta Tau Theta sorority. She Is treasurer of the Business and Professional Women's Club, and a mem- oer of the guardian council of Bak- ersfleld Bethel of Job's Daughters. She attended high school and Junior college here, and Is now continuing her music studies with Miss Ruth Harper of Pomona. Mr. Wheeler came to Bakersfleld from Fresno, whldh IB the home of his mother, Mrs. N. B. D. Wheeler, and other relatlvus, many of whom were -In attendance at the, wedding. He was educated In that city and Is identified with the Fresno lodge of Elks and other social and fraternal bodies In the valley city. Mrs. Wheeler looked particularly attractive In a gown of old Ivory crepe, MRS. LOUIS Q. WHEELER laneoua shower recently honoring Miss LeOra Johnson the bride-elect of Edwin L. Anderson, at the latter's home, 2628 Twentieth 'street. •Tho evening was spent In writing favorite recipes, playing ganies and enjoying a social hour around refreshment tables. Prizes were won by'Mrs. S. E. Dillon, Mrs, Lee R. .Johnson and Mrs. Alvln Tribe. Potted nmllax were used In decorating. A wide selection of gifts wad received and opened. Those bidden were: Mesdames — S. E. Dillon E. S. J. Baldwin A. P. Gamy ' Arthur. Green M. F. Newcomb John Peoples J. J. Kent J. B. Williams Alvln Tribe Harry Scrtbner E. Rosenberg K. P. Sward , Misses — Elsie White Frances Ho.be- Betty Tribe right ,Avls Flelshner H. D. Finch H. C. Welch W. G. Foster W. R. Johnson Roy Payne C. F. Roberts ' C. Stahlecker Lee R. Johnson C. F. Dorman J. W. Richardson Hanel Hoberlght .O.W. ORGANIZES BASKETBALL IEAM Formation of a basketball club was one result of last night's meeting of Bakersfleld Camp, No. 4«0, Woodmen of tho World. Plans for several future meetings were laid. The first practice game will be played at the girls' gymnasium at the high school tonight. Friends and members are welcome to watch, those In charge Prenuptlal Shower January, a popular month for weddings, -will see the union of a, local couple Sunday morning at 8:30 o'clock at First Methodist Church, when Miss Dorothy Harloe becomes the brldo of Edward Schlager. A prenuptlal shower was 'given in honor of the bride - elect last evening by Miss Wilma Wagoner, at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. DeCourcy, 2014 Park'Way. The hostess was assisted by her mother, and by Mrs. George Harloe. The refreshment table . was appointed in a color scheme of yellow and blue, aa were the bridge tables; prizes were won by Miss Althea Mahan and, Mrs. Eric Johnson. St. Andrews Society Will Mark Anniversary of Robert Burns Robert Burns, the bard of Scotland,, *• misunderstood' while alive, • almost neglected In the later years of his /• life, and now enshrined In the hearts of all his countrymen, will be eulo- glced Saturday night at n concert and dunce at tho K. of P. hall, 604 Lake,, street. The function, featured by Scotch songs, dancing, nnd an address by the Rev. 'John Murdoch, pas- . lor of First Presbyterian Church, IB . under auspices of St. Andrews Society, a Scotch organisation of thla • city. • • Songs to be sung Include "There Was a Lnd Was Born in Kyle,*' "Ye Banks and Braes,". "Lass o 1 BnMoch- myle," "A Man's a Man for A' That," t "Of AU the Alrth" and "Auld Syne." • Guests from Los Angeles, and Mlse Jessie Smyle of McFarlnnd will .present dancing selections. Peter Qunn, president,, will Introduce the artists* Henry Scott, chairman of the committee, has assortibled the talent^ i , Robert Burns was t>orn January 25, 17C9, two miles from Ayr. At the age of 15 he . composed 1 his. first song. "Handsome Nell." For three years after this, his. life was one of hard manuel labor ft« a ploughman, with a recompense"'of 135 per year. He was Induced to print his poems primarily to provide means to go to Jamaica. He was a foe of religious dogma nnd a sympathizer with the Frertch republic, i -*- ! SchilMff \ H r i r» ,^!iS3fe! O Auston Beauty School 1513 Eighteenth Street Phone 1871 SPECIAL ON PARAGON DYE Permanents $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00 Clean-up Facial 25c Steam Facial 35c Arch Facial .15c Manicures 25c Dry Finger Wave .. .25c Wet Finger Wave., .I5c Freshman Girls to Be'Welcomed at League Party > -^— —— : — « Incoming freshman girls who are beginning their high school careers next Monday will be guests of honor at a meeting to be held under auspices of the Bakersfleld High School Girls' League Friday afternoon, February 3. Plans for the meeting are taking form'under the direction of'Miss Alice Rankln, president of'the Girls' League, and Mrs. Hazel Aldrlch, adviser. Representatives of all high school girls' organlzatlpns will be In at. tendance, Including the Girl Reserves, the Home Economics Club, Oirls' Glee Club, the Girls' Ath- letlc Association, and 'the Shrlek- ers' Club. 'Each -group Will be given fjve minutes In which.to tell the newcomers of the objectives of their particular organization. depending £or Its chlo on Its svel.t simplicity, and a touch of ecru lace at a moderately low neckline. She carried a shower of orchids and lilies of the valley. For a ifolnB-away costume she selected a black frock trimmed at the throat with white fur. Her accessories were hlack with some white trimming. Purlng the ceremony she carried a handkerchief chosen by her mother for her wedding ceremony 23 years ago. Mrs. Jaynes \vfls costumed In a gown of ashes of roses crepe, combined handsomely with blue velvet, he carrie'd Talisman buds in an arm ouquet. AIlss Sanders wore a blue moire own with low back decolletage and modish line. Her flowers were yellow 'ernet biifla. ^Before the departure of the young eople for 'a wedding trip, to San •ranclsco they -were complimented at i reception presided over by Mrs. Bergsten and attended by relatives nd a few close friends, In .the green oom of Hotel El Teion. A long.refreshment table 1 was cen- e'r«d with a basket of pink sweet peas, and Individual blossoms of the same flowe* were scattered over the nner field-of the 9loth, decked also with lengths of smllax. At the bride's place was stationed a wedding cnke, and at tho place of each guest were name cards decorated in the bridal motif. ' I The couple will live, upon their return from the north, at 1987 A street. Those attending the reception were: Messrs, nnd Mesdames— Louis O. Wheeler Anthony S. Donat Thomas F. Burke F. H. Vaughn Jack Wagner Edwin Boehm (Fresno) (Fresno) Walter Jnynes George Brundage Ralph Sanders Burr Holmes Mesdames— Bertha Bergsten Cordelia Mostler N. E. D. Wheeler Mlllard Gibson (Fresno) (Gonzales) Grace Furnas William Smart John Boehm Lester Herod Harriet Douglas Elsie Kuehn Misses— * . Claire Wheeler Eleanor Edgerly . (Fresno) (Fresno) Ralpha Sanders Beth Dye Louise Hamilton Messrs.— Curtis Wlble Edward Barge Henry Barge Theron Johnson Ben Brundage state. On Thursday, February 2, members will hold an Indoor circus for their entertainment; all members will take part in the acts. On February 16, El Louise Camp, No. 2, and Camp No. 460 will hold a social night, for members only; other games and dancing are planned, On March 3 both camps will sponsor a cabaret nnd potluck party for members and friends. Admittance will be by card. A program will be arranged for the meal hour, after which the floor will cleared for dancing. A membership drive Is under way. A turkey dinner will be held at the campaign's close for those who have been active in Its participation. The committee will be announced on an early date. ,. .Those attending w5Ve: Mesdames— George Harloe Ira Flndley Harold Ferguson Misses— Althea Mahan Eleanor Johnson Margaret Williams L. V. DeCourcy Eric Johnson Dick Lowe Dorothy Harloe Evelyn Payne Edna Baum Dorothy Spawn CIRCLE HAS BUSY DAY TAFT, Jan. 27.—Tho Martha flnd Mary Circle met recently at the home of Mrs. Basham near Fellows and spent the day working on a quilt. A gift shop Is to be opened soon by tho circle headquarters «t the home of Mrs. C. Dalby in South Taft. The next meeting will be held February 16 at the home of Mrs. Betty Coulter. A potluck dinner was served. »•» Coln-ln-the-slot typewriters are available for visitors to the. public writing r.ooms of some Berlin cafes. Upon insertion of a small coin, valued at about two cents, 1000 letters and spaces are available to the user. Wilma Wagoner Pink Elephant Club Mrs. Jetta Busby was hostess to the Pink Elephant Club this week, entertaining at a waffle supper. The members presented skits, 'with Mrs. Huby RouHsel winning the prize for the best performance. Miss Curmen Oxford was given a birthday gift shower. Mrs. Rosemond Brown, who is a houseguest of Mrs. Celestlne Trout, from Lake Elsinor, was a guest. Nominating: Unit Named by Circle To select a prospective corps of officers for next year a nominating committee comprised of Mrs. B. G. Adams, Mrs. R. E. Cady and Mrs, O. O. Selvert was named yesterday nt n meeting of Esther Circle of First Christian Church, at the homo-jof Mrs. R. E. Cady, 1326 East Eighteenth street. ' Mrs. Z. "Pi Moses conducted tho business meeting. Devotlonals wejje In charge of Mrs. Selvert. A luncheon was, planned for Thursday, February 2, In the church basement, from 11:30 o'clock until 1. A money-making plan for a fund to buy dishes was discussed also. • Refreshments were served by Mesdames E. G. Adams. R. E. Cady, Monte Llvezey, A. B. Lewis. J. W. Looney, Z. P. Moses and C. A. Mcln- Tyre. Those present were: Mesdames— Jean Harmon Mabel Snyder Misses— Gene Ash '" Inez Blanton Doris Franklin Inez Vanderpool Carmen Oxford Ruby Roussel Celestlne Trout Bertha Ash • Eunice Davis Pauline Vanderpool Honor Society Has Enjoyable Evening Party Mrs. Stephens Visiting . Mrs. C. W. Stephens arrived yesterday from Aberdeen, Wash., and will ie the guest over nn Indefinite period of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hudson, 2016 Forrest street. Mr. Stephens, geologist for the Ohio Oil Company has been transferred to Venice. He will join Mrs. Stephens liere in a few days for a brief time, en route south. Mrs. Stephens Is the former Miss Alta Hudson. Beautiful Steam Croquignole Permanent With All the Curie You Need! Complete! Guaranteed! Concluding 'activities of Alpha Oimma Sigma, Bakcrifield Junior College honorary scholastic •oolety, for the fall and winter ••• matter, a toclal meeting ef the organization waa held lait evening at the home of Miss Elizabeth McGinn, 2230 B street. Upiet bridge and a treasure hunt were features of the evening's entertainment. First prize at bridge went to Mrs. Wlllism Van Eweat, a guest, while the treasure hunt was won by Miss Margaret Bailey. Those In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. William , Van Ewert, Misses Elizabeth McGinn, Mar. garat Bailey, Peggy Cook, Eleanor Champion, Mary DeUacy, Isabella Hanawalt, and Richard Bailey, John Young and Theodore Charlewood. Moose Will Hold Open Meet Tonight Loyal Order,, of, Moose, Bakersfleld Lodge, No. 473, .will - hold., an opeft meeting tonight at Moose' hall for all Moose and their families. The' evening will open with cards. Pedro, five hundred and bridge will be played. :'< A number of the members have promised to furnish prizes for th'fe winners. Following the games, there will bo entertainment, and refresh)* merits furnished b'y the women of the Moose will be served.' Dancing will follow. All, Moose and their families are invited "to be'present. MRS. RAMAQE ILL. 'Friends of Mrs. Jean Ramage will regret to learn that she is again at . Kern General Hospital, •' under physicians' care. She Is able- to see callers. • • •' '.•• NEW POLICY Y FOR 1933 Extra narrow and extra wide widths, AAA to EEE, at only OXFORDS HENNA PACK With Finger Wave.. 75c Enroll now for low price tuition before new law goes Into effect. Frse hair cuts and marcels dally. Have girls who would like to work for room and board while attending school. Friday, Saturday, Monday I MoJtl DRIP Coffee Maker and 1 Ib. of Schilling DRIP Coffee if J. ?O at your grocers or send il.10 to A Schilling & Co., San Francisco. Monty back if not aatiafied. For Percolator or ordinary Coffee Pot use Standard Schilling Coffee at usual. T TT T T T T T TI REDUCED PRICES on PLATES Quick Service Office Over Klmball A Stona Nineteenth and Chester DR. GOODNIGHT REDUCE SAFt?,Y NORMALLY Ntw AIM"!* Ctnlrtl Mith«« A-C TtkUti. Y»u fin new ridmt without fiw »r ttum. Frln 12.00 nit lim. 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Women's swagger oxfords In "PIGSKIN" with smart perforated trim, In two- toned 'or whites. Also the Camp Fire Girl model. Never before such style and quality, and never before $5.85 values. AA to D, at only $2.98. Sizes 2>,£ to 9. 15 NEW SPRING^STYLES SPORT OXFORDS Just arrived—a large and' varied selection ot new spring oxfords for the modern miss. New square toes. Gristle solos. • $3.00 values. New 1933 low price, »1,98. Sizes 2H to 9. STORY HOUR Saturday January 28 at 10 a. m. FREE TOYS Store Of Friendly SermeBPerfect Fit For Every Foot Extra Special Regular $5 Spiral or Combination Wave, (l»t fJS complete tOt-Lalt) Croquignole QP\f» Wavea............ «/*Jv/ up $1 Facials. 5 for $2 Shampoo, Haircut, Arch or Baby Henna, 10c, If taken with Dry Finger Wave or Manicure. CHICAGO COLLEGE . OF BEAJJTY, INC. 1510 Nineteenth Street Phone 887-J Six Dry Finger Wavee or Manicure......... 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