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THE BAKEHSF1ELD CAL1FORM.AN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1003. S0CI Sidc Headed by Guardian Neighbor Ahead by Slight Margin i First counting of points last night | In a membership drive of Sequoia j Circle No. 300, Neighbors of Woodcraft, resulted In tho "reds" of which Mrs. Lily Ingham Is captain, winning over tho "greens' 1 bonded hy Mrs. Frances Nations, by two points, the score being 19 to 17. Tho contest •will continue until April 11. Mrs. Kate Da%Ms, organizer, spoke on the campaign and urged the soliciting of junior members. A meeting of the Juniors will be held Saturday afternoon at D o'clock at tho home of Mrs. Vcrnle Sprague. Birthdays were celebrated for members having anniversaries during the last few months, the lionorees Including Mesdttines Kate Davis, Elizabeth Edwards. Mary Krnlcc, T.ucy Mlnter, Sarah Johnson, and T,ydla Salec and the Misses Edna Edwards and Irene Jeanette. Scoring In the campaign was nn- nounced as follows: obtaining of a new benefit member, 100 points; transfer, 30; social, 35; reinstatement, 75; at tendance ,at other circles. 25; attendance at own circle, 15; bringing out member not attending for a yenr, 23: member not attending regularly, 10: entertainment provided by two members, 25; entertainment by more than two members. 33; furnishing of refreshments. 25; obtaining of Juvenile member, 50. Y. L. I. Furthers Plans for Annual Valentine Fete With expectation of maklno the annual Y. L. I. Valentine card party one of the most attractive affairs of the season, the hostesses put their heads together last night in plotting out details of the fete. The function will be held at the Bakersfield Woman's Club on February 10. Arrangements l are being made Tor a large party, and reservations may be made with any member of the committee consisting of Misses Reglna Oegan, Consollne Sasla, Louise Barullch, Eleanor Johnson and Mary Echenlque. Plans were also made for a large attendance of local members at the district meeting to be held In Hanford on February 26. Miss Reglna Degan presided at the meeting last night In the absence of Miss Mary Ellen Hagen, president. L BAND TO D - °- K - K - JmP 61 ™ 1 Prince to Be Welcomed Locally Bakersfield and Taft Selections From "Red Mill" to i Members to Unit in Be Given; Vocalists and Dinner, Reception Dancers to Assist W.C.T.U. STATE 10 BE GIVENJONDAY Mrs. Clarke and Mrs. Ames Presenting Talks on i Current Fiction j Mrs. Dwlght L. Clarke and Mrs. I Alfred Ames will present reviews when members of the Business and ' Professional Women's Club book scc- 1 tion meets Monday evening at 8 : o'clock for the third of a series of six sessions. Mrs. Ames will review "Peking Picnic" (Anne Bridge), an English fiction book with Chinese background. This was tho Atlantic Monthly prize novel, published In September. Mrs. Clarke will review "Tho Last Adam" (James Gould Cozzena), also an outstanding book of the new year. | Mrs. Edwin J. Symmcs and Mrs. If. A. Spindt will appear on the March program, and Mrs. Ross C. Miller and a reviewer, to be announced Inter, on April 3. Mrs. H. K. Dickson, Mrs. E. F. Melsenhoimer, Mrs. D. S. Atwootl Harold J. Hurt will present his 75- pioco Bakersflold High School Band, assisted by a group of high school and junior collego vocalists and dancers, In a concert which for variety of entertainment Is second to none In the history of the musical organization, at the high school auditorium tomorrow afternoon. Selections from "The Red Mill," Victor Herbert's ever-popular musical comedy, will bo a featured part of tho program. Probably the most popular concert of tho year, the band program this season IH one which Is expected to prove highly enjoyable to the student audiences. It. will bo' neccsHary to proHcnt the concert twice during the afternoon, It Is reported, since the .seating capacity of the auditorium Is entirely Inadequate to accommodate the number of persons planning to attend. To Open Program Mrs. Eva C. Wheeler of Los An- Seles, state W. C. T. U. leader from Los Angeles, and Mrs. J. A. Taft, state leader from San Francisco, will hold a conference In Bakersfield Friday during a four-day stay of Mrs. Wheeler In Kern county. 5 Mrs. Wheeler will conduct a state "institute Monday at First Congrega- _ _ tlonal Church, the program of which j Hn( j M ig S Barbara Borton have re- will be announced later. On Saturday | viewed for the section In the earlier The band will open tho program, playing "Stars and Stripes Forever," >y Sousa, with Warren Freeland ami Paul Bcrnhard featured In the piccolo obligate. Eight trumpets and four trombones will assist In variations. Jim Anderson, marimba soloist, will play.Zamecirik'H "Olo South," accompanied by the band, as tho second number, which will bo followed by the selections from "The Red Mill." Members of the cast of the musical comedy are Jack Moiuin as Kid Conner and Louis Triguero as Con Kld- der, two Americans traveling; In Holland; Miss Kathleen Cassady, as Gretchen, daughter of tho burgomaster; MlHs Nadlne Jordan and Miss Leon Jordan, as Lena and Tina, the barmaids. The sequence will bo as follows; "Mignonette" and "For Every Day Is Ladles' Day With Mo," played by the band. "In the Isle of My Dreams," sung by Gretchen. an Institute will be conducted In Fel- lows'with many attending from here. On Sunday evening Mrs. Wlieeler will be the guest speaker' at First Presbyterian Church, upon the Invitation of the Reverend John Murdoch, pastor. The Los Angeles visitor will be accompanied by Miss Mabel Brown, state director of young people's work who will be a house guest of Mrs. W. O. Chamberlain. Mrs. Wlieeler will be the guest of Mrs. W. J. Schultz, county W. C. T. U. president, and Mrs. Ahllda Ballagh, active social worker. . meetings. Women of the sponsoring organization wish to make It plain that the gatherings arc open to all Interested people whether members of the club or not. They are held at the Women's Rest House. TjiOR-tho first tlmo In-more. than 10 -L years, Kern county members of tho Dramatic Order, Knights of Khorassan will receive a visit from their Imperial prince, national head of tho order. The officer, Fred -• E. Bruml, .of Cleveland, will arrive In Bakersflold Friday afternoon at 4:25 o'clock, and will bo a guest at a 5 o'clock dinner at Hotel El Tojon, followed by'a mooting of Al Mahdi Temple, No.'182, and the parent orders, the Knights of Pythias, Pythian Sisters and Nomnds of Azmeaka, at Legion hall, Taft, at 8 o'clock. Mr, Bruml was elected at the twentieth biennial convention of tho -D. O. K. K. In Cleveland In August, 1081. Chancellor commanders of tho order und a host committee of officers from Taft -and Bakersflold will greet tho visitor at the train. Ho IH making a tour of all the temples of tho state. A crowd of more than 100 men and women from all parts of the county la expected at tho West Side gathering. Mr. Bruml will be brought back by W. V7 Shaul to Icavo late Friday night for Los Angeles. POTENTATE BYPUPILS Group of Reed Students Please Audience ut Eagles' Hull FRED E. BRUML HEARD IN RECITAL P T A 11 o is. o Jn\o To Wear Costumes the by the band. played "Whistle It," Kid Conner. Con Kld- dcr, Lena and Tina. "You Can Never Tell About Woman," sung by Gretchen, and a "I Me," Gretchen Want You to Marry and Lena. "The Legend of the Mill," played by the band. "Good-a-by John," Con Kldder and Kid Conner. "Moonbeams Shining." played by I the brass quartet, including \Villard Women's Union to Meet on Thursday The Women's Union of the First Baptist church will hold its regular Hirst, Wesley Chesterman, I Van Neman and Gus Rees. Parker all-day church. meeting Thursday at the The executive board will Thursday, Friday, Saturday Beautiful Steam Croquignole Permanent! All the curls you need. Complete! Guaranteed! Ambre Oil Permanent Complete with exquisitely soft, deep, lustrous wares and flattering fl>-| QP "ringlet ends! <Bl*t7<J Other Charming Permanents! $2.95 $5.00 Any Two: Finger wave, shampoo, hair cat, marcel, clean-up facial, arch or manicure Lustre Oil Boapless shampoo with finger wave or marcel meet at 11 o'clock, with committee ' meetings scheduled for 11:30. At noon, luncheon will bo served by West Park Circle, with Mrs. Carl Whltford, chairman of the circle In charge. Following the business session of tho union, which opens at 1 o'clock a missionary program will be presented by Boole Park Circle. The program for the afternoon will be a missionary dramatization by Mrs. F. O. Belden, presented by the following members of Uealo Park Circle: Mrs. Blanche Rothery, Mrs. Ethel Allen, Mrs. Norma Rapp, Mrs. Marian Andersen, Mrs. May Folley, Mrs. Ru- flna Henson, Mrs. May Stark and Mrs. Nell Mlnner. Mrs. L. E. Martin will bo In charge of the devotional hour. "Because You're You," Lena and Tina. "The Streets of New York," Kid Conner and ensemble. All characters will bo in gay Dutch costumes, and the colorful finale will be brought to Its climax with the brass section of tho band lined across the stage for the concluding fanfare. Harold Carlock, president of tho band, will serve as announcer and master of ceremonies. Dick Lowe has assisted In direction of the dance numbers. Instrumental soloists of Bakersfteld High School, under tho direction of Phil Martin, held their first recital of the new semester In the band room of the music building yesterday afternoon. Ten student musicians took part In the program, which attracted many visitors. Glen Hartwell, playing Mendelssohn's "Spring Song" as a saxophone solo, opened the program. He was followed by .Tcsa Martinez, and Guy | Ming, who played a saxophone duct, ] "Playmates." Miss Kathryn Bassett ] gave a violin solo, Bach's "Loure," accompanied at the piano by Miss Elizabeth Belmn. A cornet and clarinet duet, Dupont's "Uosita," proved popular as played by Miss Tlielma Renz and Ed- wln Shomato. As a piano solo, Miss Doris Hancock played a Chopin waltz. A violin solo played by Miss Rosemary Helbllng, accompanied by Miss Hancock, and a duet which was one of the highlights of the pro'gram, Seblnsky's "Dream of the Shepherdess," featuring the advanced violin students, Misses Mary Alice Em-j cry and Gencvleve Hamilton, con- I 'eluded the recital. Members of Mountain View and Ar- vln were In attendance at tho meeting of the Vlneland P. T. A. held recently when a program was presented by the fourth grade pupils under the direction of Mrs. Pauline Jacobsen. Gertrude Stcnderup offered' two piano solos. A play, "A Trip Over the High Sierras," was also given. A voice speaking choir presented "Cub Bears In Kern County." The business meeting was opened by; Mrs. Carl Nalr. Mrs. A. A. Sprehn, treasurer, reported that a balancefof; J101.02 was In the treasury. The chairman of student aid reported that $39 had been spent for shoes a'nd cloth- Ing. M. F. Parish donated both shoes and clothing, H was reported. Speakers appearing on the program were Mrs. M. Meadows, representing the seventh district executive board, and Herbert L. Healy, county superintendent of schools. Mrs. Meadows spoke on the correspondence course In P. T, A. leadership work which Is now available, and also on teaching children thrift. Mr. Healy spoke on the legislative program. Dainty" refreshments were served at prettily decorated tables in Valentine colors of pink and white. Making a highly creditable showing before a good-sized audience, a small group of Rexton Reed's piano students, mostly those who have studied more than one season, appeared In recital last night at Eagles' hall. Adding va- i rlety, two pupils, Barbara Arnold and Doris Larson, who have studied but four months, were Introduced, and wero warmly applauded In their numbers "Happy Days" and "Valso Lento," both Virgil compositions. Those In the audience who wore present at Mr. Reed's recital last season, wcro Impressed by the uniform Improvement shown. Mr. Heed will hold annual spring and autumn rocitnls of both Bakersfield und Taft pupils, hereafter, It was j announced. j In addition to Uio numbers men- j tloned, tho program In full was as i follows: "Lullaby" (Virgil), Charlotte! Rothery; "Hunting- Song" (Virgil), Jack White: "Spring Greeting" (A'tr- gll), Helen Bennett; "General Bum- Bum" (Poldlnl), Allan Spindt; "The Lark's Song" (Tschalkowsky), Jeanne Hullsted; "Etude" (Heller), Gerald Hunt: "Cradle Song" (Barllll), Mlko Seeley; "Tho Muslo Box" (Poldlnl), Betty Loudon; "Funeral March of a Marionette" (Gounod), Claude Wykcs; Child Guidance I Clinic Workers I Here This Week » : , ___; __< Continuing the child guidance clinic started four months ago under auspices of local orgahlsaltlons Interested In child welfare, psychl- atrlsts and psychiatric aoolal workers opened their- four-day program yesterday at' Lincoln School. Mrs. F. W. Hort, vice- president of the Bakersfl.ld Council of Parents and Teachers, ' heads the local committee. ' Those from the bureau of juvenile research of the state department of Institutions,. In charge here, are Miss Mary Derby, supervising psychologist, and Miss Margaret Noonan,. social worker. The clinic, which has operated with success In Taft for several seasons, was Inaugurated here this fall. NATIONAL LEADER WILL BEJREETED California Women's Clubs to Greet Mrs. Poole at Convention "Over the Steppes" (Schytto), Dorothy Portman; "Impromptu" (Rheln- hold), Frederick Conoway; ROLL LISTS MANY NAMES More than the ordinary number of pupils kept a studious vigil with their books during tho past month at tho Standard school at Olltlalo judging judging from the number of names appearing on the honor roll announced today by X. H. Farnham, superintendent. The honor roll is as follows: 1B—Roy Hale, Rosemary Gayle, Edward Metzgcr, Melvern Peck, Martha Wing, Zorauda Woosley, Dorothy Howell. Barbara Johnson. 1A—Shirley Bauman, Willa Deo SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. -I.—Mrs. Grace Morrison Poole. newly elected president of, the General Federation of Women's Clubs, will be tho honor guest at the state convention of the California federation of Women's Clubs to be held In San Francisco the latter ixirt of April. Club women of tho state are looking forward to her visit with Interest. The ! General Federation of Women's Clubs has recognized a number .of well- known California club women this >'ear by placing them as chairman and vice-chairman of national committees, Mrs. Edward Dexter Knight, -San Francisco, Is chairman of the board of trustees, a very Important post. Doctor Mariana Bertola, San Francisco. !has been named vice-chairman of the department of public welfare. Mrs. William Waller Slaydcn, Los Angeles, has been appointed chairman of federation extension, while Mrs. E. W. Shirk of Redlands is vice- chairman of juniors. Doctor Clara Burdette of Pasadena Is a contributing editor to The Clubwoman. "Love-in-a-Misl" Will Given by Junior Players in March Selection of . "Lovc-ln-a-Mlst," , a, modern comedy hy' Amelia lllvea (Princess Troubetzkoy) and Gilbert fa Emery, us the Bakersfleld Junior College student body.play, to boiproduecd. | In March, wag announced today -,by • Miss 'Ethel, Robinson,' director ,of ,dra- , mattes. Tryouta are to be held-thin week, and rehearsals will begin :immq- dtutely upon completion, of the .work of casting the play. "Lovo-ln-a-Mlst". provides an Interesting character study-written by the accomplished author of "Tarnish" and the celebrated novelist .who wrote "Tho Quick und tho Dead." The ttiome . of the play Is well-stated In the.llnos: "Oh what a tangled wob wo weave ( , "When first wo practice to deceive/! I With Diana Wynne, It Is u. principle?* ot life to tell what she calls "white' lies" In order to keep from hurting people. Such white lies,' according to her way of thinking, arc always better than "black truths." In- attempting to llvo up to her principle, I however,' against the advice of her ., cousin, who warns that "honesty is the best policy," Diana finds herself In tangled wob of Innocent fibs that eventually bring more pain than If she had always told the truth. While there Is plenty of comedy, the play contains a generous share of striking dramatic situations. It was produced In New York and San Pran- clsco a few years ago -with Madgft Kennedy In tho rolo of Diana Wynne, and Tom Powers as Count Sciploni A r arclll, one of the victims of Diana's theory. ' '•.,*• The cast Is not large, calling for seven characters In all,'but each .pare IS VlYld. , '."":-• r •*• INTENTIONS TO WED Warmer Class Will Meet February 2B—James Burke, Barbara Chambers, Audrey Hall, Reene Keetch, Rena Russell, Leland Boulton, Billy Jasper, Richard Smith, Charles Simmons, Sarah Jane Avery, Beverly Boles, ' Genevleve Moore, Lorraine Rodgers, Green, Ralph Hazzard. 3B—Joe Hoff, William Love, Audrea Miss Harper Will Play at Claremont Miss Ruth Harper, instructor at Occidental College, who Is also conducting a 10-weeks course In piano In Bakersfield on Saturdays, will pro- sent a concert at tho Padua. Hills Little Theater in Claremont on Thursday, February 2. She Is also scheduled to give a program at Occidental College on February S. Miss Harper has been chosen to present a recital at the Taft High School auditorium In February, Christian Endeavor Society Has Meeting Combining their monthly business and social meeting, the High School Christian Endeavor Society of the First Christian Church met recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester W. Farrell, 805 Oak street. After a business meeting presided over by Mark Zuercher, games were played, led by Roy Farrell, social chairman, assisted by Davjd Jameson. Refreshments were served. Those present included Ruth Wlnn, Mariana T3ohna, Evelyn Hawkins, Ellen Sny- dcr, Ruth Gary, Virginia Farrell, Al- hcrta Miller, Leora Miller, Dorothy Gist, Mary Dlxon, Eloln Dlxon, Marie Xeerguard, Elizabeth Agee, Efflo•Run- soil, .lames Moses, William Moses, Paul Pryor, Roy Farrell, David Jameson, Donald Jameson, Lawrence Zuor- cher, James Carter, Clayton Edwards, Calvin Allen, Frank Holland, Robert Perry and James Wlnn. Honey Pack Facial 50c State Licensed Operators Not a Schooll Le Roy Gordon Beauty Salon Phone 6605 311 Hopkins Bldg. • Open 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. at HALF the price of other Quality Mouth-washet Albert A. Bohnisch, 25, Strathmore, and, Stella B. Simpson, 32, Porter- vllle. ISImo C. McGulre. 22, Lebec, and Kathleen 15. Langendorf, 19, Delano. Alfred S. Hanes, • 22, and Lulu R. Bratlon, 18, of Wasco. A meeting of the Warmer class has | Price, Cella. Rlchter. been set for Friday, February 10, In- ! 2A. — Frances Buchner, Kenneth stead of this week on account of con- j Brooks, Leota Parrls, Margaret Still, fllctlng events Friday night. Members I Carolyn Brackett, Nancy Herring, will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles • Jeanne Sowden, James Deem, Dickie Harms, 613 G street. 1 McAllster. On tho same date, at 2 'o'clock. 43 — Virgil Copeland, John Stockton, members and friends will meet at the ' Kenneth Turner, Edna Adams, church to go In a body to the Goodu Jeanette Scofield, Mary Ann Russell, dairy. At your druggist's TRIAL SIZE 15$ value) Lowell P. T. A. to Give Card Party Lowell P. T. A. will sponsor a card party Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in tho Eagles lodge room, 1714 G street according to plans completed at a committee meeting recently In tho sowing room of tho school. The committee is arranging for prizes and refreshments: bridge and five hundred will bo played. Tho public Is being invited. ' An the proceeds will be devoted to welfare work, the sponsors are hoping for a particularly largo crowd. A small admission prlco'ls being asked. In charge of arrangements will bu Mrs. D. 1C. Goodo, Mrs. Clyde Hislop, Mrs. N. M. Lancaster, Mrs. Price Edwards and Mrs. T. W. Plnncll. Hotel El Tejon A DELIGHTFUL PLACE IN WHICH TO EAT Where Tou Get the Highest Quality at the Lowest Coat Club Breakfast, 25c 'to oOc Lunches, SOc and 80c Dinners. 50c to $1.5i> A. Delicious T-Bone Steak Dinner $1.00 Assorted Toasted Sandwiches, 15c SPECIAL Hot Roast Turkey Sandwich, Mashed Potatoes, Giblet Gravy, 45c 131 Tejon Made Pius a la Mode, IJo Yeast Bouillon Cubes Mudc From Brewers' Yeasl-Harris Rich in Vitamine B Try This Better Broth With the Vitamine in It A Vegetable Food—Stimulates Appetite FOR ALL AGES Body Building—for School Children Two Sizes—35c and $1.25 Kimball & Stone The Particular Druff istt Phent 53 Phent 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY ' B«k«nft«lti, Cilif. Wheeler.Miller Wedding Miss Laura K. Wheeler, 131(5 West Fifty-second street, became the bride of Carl J. Miller, director of religious education for First Methodist Church at 10:30 o'clock Sunday morning at Klguoro Christian Church. Tho ceremony, performed by the Reverend Merle Applegate, was followed by a reception at tho church. Tho nowly- wcda departed Immediately thereafter for San Francisco and Sacramento for 11 few days' honeymoon, expecting to return today or tomorrow to Bukers- fiold to make their home at 1S04 Forrest street. Tho young people were attended by tho brlde'a sister, Miss Mary Loul^o Wheeler, and by Harold Bent. The bride recolvod her education in Los Angelcu, where she has lived for a number of years. Mr. Miller Is an alumnus of tho University of Southern California. He is a member of tho Beta Kappa fraternity. During his two years' residence in Bakersfield ho has organized a number of young people's societies In connection with his wort: as director of religious education. During the service the young couple knelt before the altar, framed by an arch of roses, as a trio from the vocal quartet of which tho bride Is a contralto member, sang appropriate music. Soloists added "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life," and "Till tho Sands of tho Desert Grow Cold." During the reception, Mrs. Miller i sliced and served n decorated wedding i cake. She waH gowned In ;i bouffantc plnlcj organdy frock, floor length, und carried a bouqucn of old-fashioned flowers. Her attendant woro a peach colored crlnklo-crcpo gown with poudro blue slippers und subh. Attending the service from Bakers- flold were tho bridegroom's parents and sister, Mr. and MrH. J. 13. Miller anil Miss Kva Miller, und James Scott itTKl'Mro. Jack McMillan. Miss Gundlach Hostess Ml.s.s Martha Gundlach received at bridge party last evening at her i Ruth Smott, Donna Thomas, Mary Wedding. 4A — Byron Hale, Lorraine Doane, Dorothy Hunt, Norma Sadler. 5U — Ruth Lane, Eileen Green. SA — Ross Anderson, Eugene Holland, Betty Bruy, Eleanor Johnston, Dorothy Tatum, La Verne Upshaw. 6A — David Gardner, ' Eugene Poo, Dorlft Br "" n - Bcrnlco Mclntosh, Mln- "'o J-ee A\ arnock. GB-Le and Scoficld, Ton, Stlllwcll, Will Substitute Artist in Series Definite abandonment of plans .for Scott concert, originally by the Bakersfield High Some, aw Sod'- b"her mother? *™. , ^"ces Beringcr. Fao 'McFealy Vlr- Martin Gundlach. She appointed her i B]"'^ »<><*, Bernicc Marble, Katherlnc bridge tables In a color scheme of yellow und orchid, and supplied liand- nmde tallies designed In modernistic atylc. awarded alovc prize to Miss Wllrnu McKsiyden, who IH to be wodUcd noon, and presented bridge pri/.CM to Mrs. D;iughtry Wlmr- ton and .Mi«H Martha Uruhnni. [-ho.su 'playing were Mcsdamos j Jl ' a ' lila . 1W 7B—Marlon Brookshiro, Maybelle Garrlng, Janet Graves, Helen Hath, Virginia Hargrcaves, Clarice Groen, •anco Warnock, Maxalle Watson, arlcs Avery. "A—Robert SeJbert, Louise Dougherty, Ruth Kirkpatrlck, Ruth Olerlch, VII k'n Ch tho Fred Scott concert, originally nell. scheduled School Musicians Club for last month and later postponed to February 7 at tho request of Mr. Scott, was announced today by Mjss Ruth Morgan, club adviser. Further difficulties as to a suita- able date having arisen, according to Miss Morgan, It was deemed advisable that the Scott recital bo dropped and another substituted in its place on the Musicians Club annual concert scries. Arrangements are now being corp- pleted for another concert to be held this month, and a definite announcement as to tho artist or artists to bo sponsored by the club will be forthcoming within a few days. N. D. G. W. Receive Visitor on Friday The official visit of Mrs. Minnie B. Heath, supervising district deputy! grand president, la anticipated Friday night by El Tojon Parlor No. 239, Nu- llvo Daughters of the Golden West at 8 o'clock at Eagles' hall. Mrs Georgia Sanders will preside. A class of eight from Desert Gold Parlor of Mpjavo will-bo .Initiated. Refreshments will be, served. PANAMA PUPIL ROLL ISJNOUNCED The honor roll of the Panama.school for the second quarter just ended'way announced today by Mrs. Margaret Herring, principal. The students making a B averago for'the quarter are as follows: •• First grade—Dennis Daly, Harlan Soden, Leonard Van Horn, Josephine Bandlno, Dora Mae Van Horn. Second grade—Michael Daly; Teddy Fuller, Robert LouOon, VUvIn Loustn- lot, Lavln Varner, Alice May Fisher, Elizabeth Mays. Fourth grade—Leonard Soden, Isabel Alesso, Lois Bayer, Patricia .'Pin- Fifth grade—Emlllo Ponsetta and Josephine Glmlnlanl. .'.-•• ... Sixth grade — Elizabeth Loudon. June Little, and Yvonne Lovistalol. Seventh grade—Mablo Montoya,. Eighth grade—Rlch'arfl Little, Lpola Fuller, Marie Charlesworth, a'nd-Tony. Compngnlonl. '. ••' Daughtry Wharlon, Frank Schuiiiblin, Rae Kndfern, and the Misses AYIIma McFayden, Martha Graham, Cclla Margaret Ross and Martha SB—Glen Holland, Sum Scofield, 'innifred Kills, Mary Gann, Juno .rbara Warren. Gundlach. « • •* Los Bailadorea Dance Los Balludorcs Dancing Club will entertain at Its third dinner dance of the season Saturday night at Hotel El Tejon In the Spanish ballroom, at 7:30 o'clock. Valentino motif will be used In appointing tho hall. In charge of arrangements uro Messrs. und Mosdames J. K. Thrasher, Downs McClosky and Doctor und Mr*. I Lloyd Fox. j One more scheduled dinner dum:o; will be held and tentative plans liavu been made .for an extra affair for this season, u sport dance later In tho spring. The club Is comprised of CD couples. ! IF YOUR HOLIDAY If JDAYS OR MORI Applies at Yosemilc Lodge and Ahwahncc.Rates: $2.25 up,European Plan, Yoscmite Lodge; $10 to $12, Ahwahncc, including meals. (Also Housekeeping.) Get folders at Yoscmuc office, Yoscmile National Park, Calif. WINTER SPORTS BACK FROM TRIP Miss Elizabeth Hein, proprietor of the beauty parlor at 1324 K street, has returned from the south, where she obtained new beautlflcatlon supplies for Jier patrons. /Ot, .COLDS, Put Mentholatum in noitrili to open them, rub on chest to reduce congestion. MENTHOLATUM FRATERNAL QUICK AS LIGHTNING! IT CAME So iUPPENLY/ LUCKY w£> HAP / BEIL-AKJ/ 4, <«, La Estrella Club La listrolla Club will hold u. business meeting Friday afternoon at 'i o'clock ut thc-hume of Sirs. R°y O«Annond, -121 Qulncy street. Mrs. Nolle Lusk, newly elected president, will preside. A Valentino box for thu "mystery friends," Is planned. Busy Hour Club Party Mombors of tho Busy Hour Sewing Club of the Daughters of Union Civil War Veterans entertained ut a card party recently at the homo of Mrs. F. E. Sprague, 1205 Eighth street. Prizes were won by Mrs. Virginia Preaton, first; Mrs. Isabel Pollock, second, and Mrs. Ada Crosland, consolation. Mrs. Loulso Moore won tho draw prize. *7A07 of all ACUTB INDIGESTION • V/0 itrlk itorcs »r« clo Si* itrlkt. Ute it NIGHT (when drill loud). Be ufe — b» ready wita Bell-am. Si* Bell-ani, Hot water. Sure Relief. 3Sf and 7Jf mt all drug •torea. Thursday Ha^F ^M M§ HM a^^^BB ^B %|r FOR INDIGESTION REDUCE SAFELY NORMALLY Ntw Ateetlti Ctntrol Mtthid A-C TibliU. Yen can ntw rfriuo* without fear tr hirm. frlci 12.00 atr b«>. BMklet nulled tn rtiutit. HAMAN-EDMOND8 LABORATORIES. I4D9 N. Vint Strut, HtllyvMtf. Cilllcrnl.. Prompt Relief From Itching Eczema It's wonderful the way soothing, cool- Ing Zemo brines prompt relief to Itching, burning skin, even In severe cases. Itohlng stops the moment Zemo touches the tender and inflamed skin because of its rare ingredients. To clear away Rushes, Pimples, Kczcmu, Ilingworni und restore tho skin to uorinul, always UHO clean, soothing Zeino. 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