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Illi BAKUnSFIELD CAUFOKXIAN, MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1933 TEACHERS System Endorsed by State Board to Be Leading ! Topic; Electing A new project, the certificate of merit system, recently endorsed by the state board of tho California I Music Teachers' Association, will be I presented to the Kern County Music | Teachers Association tonight at a ! regular monthly business meeting In I Iho A'nlley Music Store, 1623 Xlno- I teenth street. The session Is set for S o'clock. Annual election (if officers Is planned. A program prepared for the evening by Mrs. Poarle M. Smith, has been postponed until tho February meeting. An outlined plan submitted by the state president. Miss Edna Cornell Ford of Oakland, will lie discussed. Mrs. H. X. Ttlnns. president, will report nn an annual state meeting in Sim Francisco In early January. The certificate of merit system plan, originally presented by the Kuril County Music Teachers Association, used fnr n number uf years In the state of Oregon, is designed to benefit pupils nml teachers. The object Is to encourage beginning lessons promptly at the opening of the fall and spring semesters; to work toward a definite music year of 40 weeks: and the making of parents and students conscious of the dignity nnd necessity of continuous work. Vesper Service Is Crowd Attends \ Informal Dance 1 at Stockdale i A record crowd attended the Informal dance held Saturday night nt the Stockdale Country Club when 100 couples participated in the affair. An eight-piece orchestra proved to be exceptionally entertaining and popular with the dancers. Supper parties were formtd during the dance and later In the evening In the dining room. The next affair will be held February 18, with the house committee, consisting of Walter Kane, H. R. Wnrren and Malcolm Brock, in charge. SORORITY PARLEY 10 BEJPORIED Delta Tlicta Tail Group to Hear Account of Province Gathering in South Society Marks Burns' Anniversary WELCOME LEADER i Full account of tho fifth annual ! California province meeting of tho | Delta Thota Tau sorority will bo pre| scnted Wednesday night at a mooting chapter at tho home Hober, president. i of Uammu XI | of Miss Alice j Delta Tola chapter of Los Angeles was tho hostess group and Ambfissa- j dor Hotel was headquarters. 1'lann were discussed for tho national convention June 29 to July 1 In Detroit, and for the 1934 province convention In San Francisco next January. • • By BETH DYE IAQPJPES, kilts, tarn o' shantors— and members of the Murray and all the sentiment of a people far away from tho fatherland, gave color to tho first largo Scottish entertainment of St. Andrew's Society of llakersflold, a concert and dance, Saturday night at tho K. of P. hall In Knst Liakorsflold. Tho occasion celebrated tho birthday anniversary of Robert. Burns and marked tho first year of tho local society's history. The attendance, a capacity crowd, greatly exceeded tho Two national officers Attending expectations of tho committee in rnvr» Mrs nns.M UrmlfH MllHnn of ~i—«— MEETINGS SLAIED were Mrs. Oakland, nation and Mrs. Olive Houston Martin of Tn- dlana. past national president. Girls Bess Banks Marlon of charge. :lonal western Inspector; | -pho i I attending from Heber, liakorsfleld besides Physical E to Be Presented; First Parlev Tuesday miracle of tho Scottish bard, of humble birth, who "broke tho silence of generations magnificently, to make known tho human heart, not only of I Miss Heber, president and official die Scot, but. of mankind," was ro- clelegatc, were Miss Hetty Short, Miss viewed with eloquence by the Rev. Lucille Myers. Miss A'lvlan Kava-| Jo i m Murdoch, Presbyterian pastor. lllld Music lin "B", and Miss Oornldlnc Hall. i Mr. Murdoch Is from the same parish gathering opened with a busl- w hero Bobble Burns was born In 1759 ness meeting at 1:30 o'clock In the blue room. During a banquet later in the day Phil Harris, radio favor- and where the poet spent the greater part, of his 36 years. Long Beach, Los Angeles and San Miss Bessie, Miss Jean, and John, of Fellows, an Instrumental trio which presented a Scotali medley and "Comln 1 Through the Rye." According to Peter Ounn, president and master of ceremonies, no Scottish program would be complete which did not open with selections on the bagpipe. James Dowcll of San Francisco was tho piper, In tho authentic dress of the Highlander. Robert Kyle of Long Beach, talented baritone soloist followed with "There AVas a Lad Was Born In Kyle," "Star of Rabblo Burns," and "My Aln Folk." Scotch Airs Miss Esther Scott sang "Ye Banks Itinerary of National Club Executive Announced; to Be Here February 9 family, j , rcn t nouaan d members of the Call- New Deal Begins Today for Kern Student Population and Braes" and Mine." George 'Auld Scotch Mlthor Calderwood added "Mary and Instructors of physical education in Kern county will gather at a series of meetings announced today by Mrs. Pauline ,S. Reynolds, primary supervisor of the subject In tho county 1 rural schools. At various centers, meetings will ho held for the purpose of familiarizing 1 teachers with physical education ac| tlvrtles for the third quarter. Miss Cornelia Hall wlllyilgn present music work for tho primary grades. i Tho meetings listed are us follows: Tuesday evening, January 31 at Ollg school at 7 o'clock; AVednesdny even- ite, sang "Please" and' "Tho Dame j FraYictsco sent their best Scottish Culled Mayiue." The function was j talent to do honor to tho occasion, George Calderwood, tenor soloist, chief of Clan McDonald of Long Beach, and a stellar group of pipers, brightly appointed. White leather billfolds with the sorority crest, wore given ench guest. Dancing at Coconut Grove ballroom, and breakfast tho following morning concluded tho social features of the meeting. An appreciative audience WiU) in attendance «t tho vesper service given by the Uluu and White quartet, under auspices of the Bakersfleld High School Musicians" Club, at tho Congregational Church Sunday evening. The progrn.ni of vocal numbers presented by the quartet, in• •luding tllll Rohb, Jim Anderson, Jim .Stone «nd Jim Stramler, with Miss Kuth Morgan a.s accompanist, proved j wholly enjoyable, i Mr. Stone was featured in two bnri- 10110 solos. "Roiiuicm," by Sidney Homer, and "Thanks Be To God." Ci'Rellly-1-ilckson. mid another highlight wns the duet. "Vrayf-r Perfect," Ililey-Slensoii. sung by Mr. Robb nnd Saturday night uf tin Informal danra Mr. Anderson. Sponsored by tho Phi Chi fraternity. Crowd Hears Jensen at Calvary Church "The cross of Christ is foolishness to those who perish, but It Is the Ing nt McFarland Kindergarten at 7 j power of God to those who believe." o'clock; Thursday afternoon at 4 _..•_... o'clock nt the Hakcrsfleld high school February 17, at 7 o'clock at the Mojave school. sololsts, dancers and Laudor Impersonators, being on tho program. Local Talent Also Kern county talent Included Jean Golmcr and Janet Graves, pupils of Miss Martin's School of the Dance, who presented tap and toe-tap novelties delightfully, In elaborate cos- "Lass o' Ballochmyle" Morrison." Another grateful feature was a Highland fling and sword dance 4>y little Miss Frances Wright, ago 31 years, from Long Beach, and Scotch and Irish dances by Miss Jessie Smiley, of Los Angeles. Both performers were In authentic costume. Miss Jennie Dlckson of Long Beach played and sang "Annie Laurie" and "Ijassle o' Mine." The program was concluded with Lander Impersonations by Tommy Sutherland of Long Beach, who presented "Just Got Off the Chain," "I Like McCay," and "Cronies o' Mine," and led the audience In singing Lander's famous "End o' the Road." Two hours of dancing brought the Phi Chi Men Are Hosts at Dance This text from First Corinthians was the subject of an address by Attorney Robert Jensen, formerly of Copenhagen, Denmark, .Sunday night before a capacity crowd at Calvary Baptist Church. The speaker, a recent convert, presented u narrative of l)is life, briefly, and discussed the futility of Infldel- Ity, Communism and various atheistic tumes, and were recalled for encores; I "Veiling to a close. fornla Federation of Business and Professional AVomen's Clubs are planning to greet their national president, Mrs, Geltno MncDonald Bowman of Richmond, Va., It was announced today by Mrs. Verna Gates Hosfelt, of tho state board at Colton. Tho national leader will be In Bakersfield on Thursday, February 9. A twelve-day visit of the national leader will opon^AVednesday with a dinner at .Sacramento.' Tho state Itinerary has been arranged by Miss Winifred M. Frye of Santa Barbara, state president and Mrs. Maude R, Rmpcy of San Jose, state vice president, Thursday there will be n lunch- con at Stockton, followed by a president's conference at San Jose. Friday will be spent at Monterey and Saturday nnd Sunday at San Francisco. Next Monday the members at Santa Barbara will hold a dinner, with tho following schedule arranged for the rest of next week: Los Angeles, Tuesday; Vlsalla, Wednesday; Bakersfield, Thursday; Los Angeles, Friday; San Diego, Saturday. Ou February 13 the national president will sail for Panama. -brought a "new deal" for ••- thousands of Kern county school children, high school and Junior col- lego students who joined In tho trek back to classrooms for their second semester of study. ' Sunshine and shadow wore mingled In the sky and' on the student horizon as tho spring term got under way, tho upper division students wrestling with new class schedules and new assignments, while elementary' school children Investigated new readers, advanced problems In arithmetic and the bigger words of new spelling books. While registration of high school and Junior college students was practically completed last week under the direction of H. A. Splndt, principal, Miss Grace V. Bird, vice-principal and dean of tho junior college, and Leo 11. Hart, school counselor, a complete check of enrollment for the new semester was not available today, late entrants and last-minute changes of schedules occupying the attention of the administrators. Estimate" Enrollment There seemed slight cause for doubt, however, that earlier estimates of approximately 3400 students as the total combined enrollment of Bakersfield High School and Junior College for the spring term Eleanor Smith, this week. Mr. DAUGHTER BORN and Mrs. J. F. Garland havo announced the arrival of a daughter, Madeline, at tho family residence on Q street. The baby Is their second, having been preceded three years ago by a brother, Henry Garland. 1SFIEU SOCIETY Kitchen Shower Five young women presided jointly over a kitchen shower and bridge Sunday morning at S:30 o'clock the party recently at the homo of Miss I wedding vows of Miss Dorothy Mae Harloe-Schlager Wedding At a simply arranged ceremony Margaret Ross, 1SOG Seventeenth street in honor of Miss Wllma Mc,,.,,, , philosophies to which ho formerly ad- iv n ri\-nn \viir> ic to v>« mnrrlpd Febru- woman M club hall was the scene ! ,, jJ-aajen, wno. is to oe marnea reoru As a group. tin.- quartet snncr ••AValkinp With Thee" and "Little i'.rown Church in the I "ale." Pitts- Adams; the negro spirituals ".Swing Low Sweet Chariot." "Steal Away," and "Peep River:" and "Drink to Me 'inly AVilb Thine Eyes." "Until the Uawn." and "Now the Day Is Over," the last two by Parks. with Mailed Guthrle and IVte Meiers in charge of arrangements. Music was furnished by a six-piece orchestra, between the hours of 'J:30 and 12:30 o'clock. Complete report will be given Wednesday uvunlng at a. meeting to bo presided over by Walter Nonnanly, prii.-ldent, at the fraternity house. hered. Mr. Jensen was introduced by the Rev. A. T. Douglass, acting pastor, and was mndo a member 'of Calvary Baptist Church. ary 7 to Merlynn Harvuot. The hostesses with Miss Ross were Mrs. Mll- lard Gibson of Gonzalcs, Miss Martha Graham. Miss Luclle Pesante and Miss Piano Pupils Enjoy Monthly Class Meet Margaret Burton. A two-course supper was served at tables decked In a color scheme of or- ichld and green. Sweet peas and i tapers were used. '• I'ri/.ea were won at bridge, by Miss | breakfast party Lydia l''rancisco and Mrs. Freeman i bride's parents. Harloe and Edward D.- Schlager were recited before the Tlev. Fletcher G. Watson, pastor of First Methodist Church at his study. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Harloe, 2711 Park Way, and the bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Schlager of Fresno. The young people were attended by Miss Wllma Wagoner and Herbert Brown, who, with tho bride and bridegroom, were special guests at a at the home of the Place cards, tapers, Junior piano pupils of Mrs. Laura jchaniblcss. The special award wentjund bouquets of sweet pjcas were in a Nichols held a monthly class meet- to Miss Betty Graham. "RED, DISHPAN HANDS SPOILED MY CHANCES" "My hands looked so rough from washing dishes that they embarrassed nic at the ofBcc. Then a friend suggested Lux for dishes. Within a week my hands looked white and smooth! Yet this beauty care costs less than l<f a day." EDITH WERTZ ing at tho teacher's .studio, 1002 B street. An excellent, program was given by the students. Mrs, Nichols gave the third of a scries of talks on famous composers, her subject for this meeting being Joseph Haydn. The Instructor is supplementing the individual Instruction at the piano with monthly classes devoted to theory, history of music and ensemble playing. Following the program, musical games were enjoyed and refreshments were served. Tho next class meeting will be February "5. Those attending wore: Mcsdames— P. A. 1'esante K. L. Burton L. C. Itoss Jtac Ucdfern C. J. Dowell Gottlieb Koch George Brundage Mltses— Wllma McFud- yen. Agnes Plantier Lydla Francisco Ivan Fullerton J. T. Graham William McFadyen Harry Uedfern Krceman Chirm- bless J. D. Wharton | color scheme of pink and white. A ; "bride and groom" motif was used in , decorating the breakfast table. j Mrs. Schlager, a native daughter of i Bakersfield, was educated In this city. She is a pledge of the Sigma Phi Gamma sorority. Mr. Schlager, an Alice Borel Ruth Lyons Doris AVniters Martha Gundlach Botty Graham 'Sorority Entertains Complimenting members of the Taft chapter, the Gamma Kappa Phi sorority entertained at a bridge luncheon In the Spanish ballroom of Hotel El Tejon at a 1 o'clock luncheon Sunday. Carnations, snapdragons and ran- unculus were used In centering tho table, with green tapers placed at Intervals down the length of the board. Mrs. Kenneth Armlstead, Mrs. Clalr Marchlno and Mrs. Earl Simpson comprised the committee in charge. Brjdge pri/.es were won by Mrs. Gene Helma of Taft, Mrs. Louis Orloff of Taft. and Miss Fay Dumble. Those attending from tho AA'est Side were Mesdames Donald Gray, Bud Simpson, Fern Christenson, Gene Helma, Louise Orloff and Lorraine Mullen, and Miss Geneva Kean, and the pledges, tho Misses Phyllis Atkinson, Sarah Taylor and Laura Belle Hunt. Those present from hero were the pledges, Mrs. Pearl Lane and the i • would prove correct. Twenty-seven hundred of this number were .expected in high school, while the Junior college enrollment, It was conceded, would approximate 700 students, Despite tho graduation of midterm, little change was anticipated In." the. total enrollment of city schools, acordlng to word from the office of L. B. Chenoweth, city superintendent, of schools. The number of students In attendance at elementary schools throughout Bakersfield was placed, nt^ nearly 5000. Plans for the welcoming of former,, eighth-graders who are entering high school as beginning freshmen this morning were taking form under tho leadership of BUI Baldwin, student body president, and Miss Alice Ran- kln, president of the high school Girls' League. Party Planned The new freshman girls will boy guests at a mcet.lng of the Girls' League Friday afternoon, when a special program will bo presented to acquaint the newcomers with the nature and objective of all of tho various high school girls' organizations. Thev, are being assisted In becoming oriented to their new surroundings by "Big Miss members of the Girls' League Sisters" committee, headed by Group of Rccd 'Pupils Play; Public Bidden at Eagles Hall GARDEN CLUB 10 STUDY PRUNING to [Outdoor Meeting Scheduled Saturday; to Demonstrate on Trees, Shrubs of where he was identified LUX ior dishes .. Arc/)\//fit/t/.\/.o\{>/\ Queen of the Nile W4i ntvtr noUd for h*r b»«uty. Yd, «ht controlled th* d«it!nl»i of Rom* by tnhtncing the chtrmi iho did poi- i«st. Hlitery rocerdt th«t Ciour • nd Marc Anthony wor* *nil«v*d by her itduciivtntts. Octavioui rtfuud io moot hor . . . . knowing (hit h» would tuccumb io hor «lluro. Cloo- poirt'i locroii of charm ar* plain , , . ih* limply took moticuloui car* io apptar at hor bail .... alwayi . . . Any woman today can do likowii* by viiiiing any en* of our numtreui btauty saloni. Keep Younelf Ai Alluringly Lovely Ai Possible .. Cleopatra Did I Beautiful Sieani Croquignolc Permanent. Plenty of Curls! 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Her going-away costume was a cornflower blue crcpo drcsa, with Feting Mrs. Ross In compliment to Mrs. John Ross of Tupman, formerly a teacher at ] tho Roosevelt school, Mrs. Hugh ' black accessories. Smith entertained at a 1130 o'clock ! « • • dessert luncheon at her home, 1905 i Feting Mrs. Ross Verde street Saturday afternoon. ; uom p, imcnt to Mrs. John Rosa of Bridge and pit were played. Those attending besides the hon- I oreo and hostess were: .Mesdames— Fleatriee Mundcn U. K. Macdonuld A. M. Tuttlo ' 11. Morrlsh D. M. Bryant 10. E. omploye of the Standard Oil Company ! Misses Kay Dumble, Alice Arp and In tho sales department, is an alumnus Evelyn Payne, and Mesdatnes Oran Sholar, Kenneth Armistead, Harold Kerjfuson, Angus Grcgor, 13arl Slinp- The hride was gowned Tn a frock of ; son, Clalr Marchlno, Uouls Tedrow ' and Jack Uuger, and the Misses Ver- rul Allen, Amianda Blanc, Beatrice Emerson, Elva Mao Stlnson and Mildred Alvls. * • • At Frazier Park Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Burum and their son David and Mr. and Mrs. George Suman and their two children were members of 4.ho »now party at tho Burum cabin at Frazier park on Sunday. Several Bakersfield students of Rexton Heed, piano teacher here and in Taft, will be presented in recital at Eagles hall, corner of Seventeenth and O streets, Tuesday evening at S o'clock. The program Is open to the public. Thosu appearing In most cases are pupils who have studied more than tho current season. The program will be as follows:\ "Lullaby" (Virgil), Charlotte Roth- eryt ( "Happy Days" (Virgil), Barbara Arnold; "Hunting Song" (Virgil), Jack White: "Value L,ente" (Virgil), Doris Ltirsen: "Spring Greeting" (Virgil), Helen Bennett; "General Bum- Bum" (HoHlIni), Allan Spindt: "The Txirk'H Song" (Tschalkowsky), Jeanne Hallsted; "Etude" (Heller), Gerald Hunt; "Cradle Song" (Barllli), Mike Secley: "The Music Box" (Poldlnl). Betty Tjoudon; "Kuneral March of a Marionette" (Gounod),' Claude "VVykes; "Over the Steppes" (Schytte). Dorothy Portman; "Impromptu" (Uheln- hold), Frederick Conoway. Baptist Women to How to prune ornamentals and treu* will bo amply Illustrated for members of the Bakersfield Garden Club at an outdoor meeting scheduled for Saturday, It was announced this morning by Mrs. George AV. Gurr, chairman of publicity. ( t H. A. Anderson, president of thS " club, assisted by Harry Holmes, both of the agriculture department of tho local high school, will Illustrate how to prune effectively. Tho members of the club are requested to meet at the high school campus In front of tno agriculture building at 1 o'clock. Some time will bo spent In tho school grounds, where tho pruning demonstrations will be glvcii. The party will then bo conducted to tho garden of Mrs. J. R. Williams on East California avenue, where further demonstrations will take place. As this Is the time of year when pruning Is necessary for many tree. 1 and ornamentals, the meeting Is exceptionally timely, and a large attorn! unce Is expected. ' ' Soroptimist Club Serve Dinner Soon I will Meet Tuesday Central Circle of First Baptist Church will serve a dinner Wednesday evening from 6 to 7* o'clock nt the church. Reservations may be made by telephoning Mrs. Evelyn Hein'or Mrs. II. L. -AVilklson. INTENTIONS TO WED AVilliHm Ilreit- ingcr A. H. McParland S. C. Smith Fred Buker Bartlott Misses— Mariana Bohna Margaret Xcal lluth Harding Blanche Bluebell -Fulton Boulah Blair Myrtle Brown Tlcgnler 50 Up $ to 50 PHONE 500 Dry Finger Waves for. . 00 All Lines of Beauty Work Snow Party, Dancing Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Casey of Avenal presided over a merry snow party during the last week-end at Frazier Mountain Park. Tobogannlng, skiing and dancing were the chief pleasures. Those attending were: Messrs. nnd Mesdames— Clarence Long Uay Matteucci Misses— Peggy O'Neil Municc Owens Fan Abbott Messrs.— Jerry Fisher .Jess Solomon J. Olaaa John Header Tupman, formerly a teacher at the i _ -„_,..._ Roosevelt School, Mrs. Hugh Smith! „ « SON TO CREAMERS entertained, at a 1:30 o'clock dessert ! T . Mr - and Mrs A. c . Crcumcr of 600 luncheon at her home, 1903 Vcrdo ! Kcntuc ?' s f«et are receiving the con-1 street Saturday afternoon. gratulations of friends upon the ar; rival of a sou, John Anthony Creamer, i at the Allen Maternity Homo, this Merl A. Jasper. 1!C. A'lsalia, Bertie A. Stuart, 21, Kxeter. and A meeting of tho Bakersfield Sorop-<»' rlmift Club will be held Tuesday evening in the form of a dinner at 6:45 o'clock at Hotel F,l Tejon. The evenlns will be given to business under the direction of Mrs. RutJi Lane, president. CIRCLE MEETING Circle Xo. 1 of Trinity Methodist church will meet at the home 'of Mrs. Fred Nordllng, 705 East Truxtun avenue Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. Bridge and pit were played. Those attending besides the honoreo and hostess were: McFdamos— Hen trice Mundon R. K. Mac-Donald A. M. Tuttle B. Morrlsh D. M. Bryant E. E. Bartlctt Misses— Mariana Bohnu Bluebell Fulton Margaret Neal Boulah Blair Ruth Harding Myrtle Brown Blanche Regnier William Breitinger A. II. McFarland S. C. Smith I'Yed Baker ' morning. J Mr. Creamer, a Kern county violin j instructor, has made his hcadquar- ters In Bakersflold two years. NEW! ^ ANTISEPTIC for HALITOSIS MOUTH.TASH CAUCUS TRIAL SIZE | (S5» V.I..) all druggut* I Extra Special Regular $5 Spiral or Comblna- $1.75 95c $1 complete. . 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A huge bonfire was built, and an al froscoe meal was enjoyed. Among those who enjoyed the sports were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gardiner and their two children, Janice and Bruce; Mr. and Mrs. AValter Jaynes, and their little daughters. Beverly and Mnry Jane; Mr. and Mrs. AVayne Peacock and their children, Paul and j Joan; Mr. and Mrs. Mel Brittan, their ! son, Junior, and daughter, Dixie; Mr. and Mrs. George W. Gurr; Mrs. Ray-, mond Taylor and her little daughter, .Georgia Louise; Miss Nettle Farmer: ;want the tireless energy, fresh com- SOME WOMEN ALWAYSJTTRACT You want to bo beautiful. You Tablet Sixty-Six for Persons Suffering With Neuritis, Arthritis or Rheumatism TABLET SIXTY-SIX Will Present Over Radio Station KNX a Dealers' Program Every Monday, Thursday and Sunday Nights at 7:45 p. in. LISTEN IN TONIGHT . We Are Agents for Sixty-Six Tablets in Bakersfield Kimball & Stone The Particular Druggist* Phone 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY B.kcriRtld, Calif. 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Nonarcotic*, Ypur druggist will | refund your money if any cough or cold I BO matter how long itanding u not re- 1 tiered bjr Cfcomuliioo. (adr.) . D. DeCourey * * * Weds in North AA r ord has been received locally of the wedding January 25 of Miss Julienne Carson to Charles Edward Martin In San .lose. Mrs. Martin is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Carson of Los Angeles, formerly >of Bakcrsfleld. She is an alumna of the University of California, and a teacher in Sun Jose. 4 • • Back From St. Louis After iin absence of six munlha, Mr. iind Mrs. William Hingel, of 110. r i Seventeenth street, have roturund to I lluslr home here. They wore visiting | In St. I-oil is, Mo. i CASH for Old Jewelry, Dental and Mining Gold THE WICKERSHAM CO. Corner Nineteenth and I Streets W> Do Not Emiliy Outildi Silleltori Phillips Music Co. "us Sheet Music ^ Publishers' Prices OPPORTUNITY The wise'and sensible buyer takes advantage of opportunity. Quality Plus Economy! 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