The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 6, 1933 · Page 4
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Bakersfield, California
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Monday, February 6, 1933
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THIS QAKERSFJELD CAIJFORNlAX, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1003 ' JUVENILE CIRCLE INITIATES CLASS Officers Announced nnd Plans Miulc to Hold Rites for Adults .luvi-Mlle Plivlc Nn. L'l.'i Volithhiirs of TVoodcraft met Siilnrilny afternoon lit the home of Mrs. Vcrnlp SpriiKiip, Senior guardian noli?hbi>r, 120f> IClRhtli street. ICIlepn Knlzer, juvnnlle guardlnn nelRhbur wa.s In charge of the meotliiK, assisted by the now staff of officers. The circle, an auxiliary t" Sequoia Circle No. .",00, is for Hillelrpn from 1 to 10 years of nise. Officers for !!>:!" include: Kilren Kalzer. guardian neighbor: ICthol Ulntlils. past gmmll:in neighbor; Hnss Tlolonrier. ndvisi-r: l)<>ni .McNaiighlon, magician; Prank .\fi'N:iughton, iitli>m1- nnt: Howard Unlpiulpr. cleric Kllza- both Cliirlpcy. Imiikpr: Kathleen Kalzor. i'npt:iln "f guards: 1*nstci' Mathis, inner sentinel: Ilnrry JOIIPS. outer sentltu'l: Klizahptli Carlson, musician; Merviii-nc McHryilc and Tlctly Jean lU-rringfr, flap hearers; Teddy Klohiii-il Klgpr. Tnilllm' Viiipont. Alice Thurntipr, Niionil Mathis. Mildred MrNaughton. .Innc ("nnvt'l and Ponitlc Hogprx. guards. Mrs. Kutic I'avi.s. oi'Banlzer, spoke i'tvlting the juvpnllps to visit tho i Valentine Lodge Will Celebrate j on Anniversary Valentine Lodge, Degree of Honor Protective Association, will celebrnte Its thirty-sixth birthday anniversary at "guest night" on Wednesday evening, at Moose hall. The organization was formed on Valentine's day In 1897 and received Its chapter name from the holiday, Cards will be played, with Mrs. Sarah Johnson In charge, and refreshments will be servtd by a committee headed by M,-s. Elizabeth Tlbbetts. Friends of the order are Invited, according to Mrs. Ednn Kllngcn- berg, president. Reception and Banquet to Be Held Tonight by Sunnier drove at Local Hall BENEFIIPAR1Y FOR NEEDY CHILDREN fclult circle It- in April. Thriso initijit" !••>• dirt, llniiri lender. Violet I las. Helen M Helen Rogers. f'Jiuvcl. i.tlorin I iiillialf a I'lass some i! Saiurday were Shlr- i ilogors. Paisy P.o- ;,.lpinlt-r. Pornthy Mpl- >!!•'«. I'.ctty Woabrr. ("•lip.stt.'i 1 raiivel. June •iiili'iulpr and <!eraldlnc Lowell P. T. A. Is Piilprtiilnlng at n benefit party for n fund to feed 40 I npi-dy children, Tuesday evening at I 7::>0 o'clock at the Kagles.' hall, 7M | t! street. The public: is being Invited I for a small charge. Mrs. .1. A. Ware, president of the j association, appointed as the rommit- [ tec in charge. Mrs. I). K. (.Joodp, Mrs. i N. M. Lancaster, Airs. Price Kdwnrds, i Mrs. T. W. I'lnncll and Mrs. Clyde Jllslop j Rrlilse and five hundred will be i played: 11 prizes will be awarded, all of which have been donated by local i merchants. Refreshments will be i served. Readings NIT.- givi n li> Porn Me- j Naughtnn. KranU Mi-Niuighton, IIciw- :ird BoliMnlt'r and I'minie lingers. Refreshments won- served l>y the sviilor guardian to tin- Juveniles, and til.? adult visitors. Hie latter including Mesilami-s Katie Davis. Lily Migham, Madeline nulendfi 1 . Marie Carl. Klleii i Kalzer. l-Mna Mi-Naughlon. Juanlta I i:iger, \Vlnlfrtd McHrydc. Jessie ' Stokes and Talma, Black. An entertainment will !>,• provided :ii the adult meeting Tuesday night.! «ith Miss Daisy Austin as cliairnian ' nf the program. ; New Unity Sunday School Established WAS SHE BURNING UP.' i.o.VDOX. Feb. 6.— Mrs. Winifred I'liolls was literally burning tip after trying to light an oil stove. Her dress • aught fire, threatening to burn her I'live, hut her quick thinking saved her. She ran from the house and jumped down a 40-foot well. Her IIIIH- l>and had to get a ladder and rope iu SM her out. A biancli Unity Sunday School has been opened at the January home on the General Petroleum lease at Grapevine. The first meeting, held re- cc ntly, met with such splendid success that it was decided to carry 0:1 the work permanently. Mrs. Jacl January is superintendent, and she has had Unity students, living in the \ic'iilty, volunteer as teachers. A Ce/od Works Monster Club for childim under I,",, in which the members st'idy the use of constructive speech, has been iirganlzed as part of the curriculum of the school. Mrs. Delia Shutts visited the new branch on .Sunday afternoon, and permanently established Us afflll.'ition under th-» auspices of the llakcrsfield Unity Co.Hcr, the reports. Tonight Sunnier Grove No. 56, United Ancient Order of Druids, will receive Noble Grand Arch Isadoro Less of the grand grove of California, who will pay his official visit to the grove at Its hall on Stunner street. AVIlllam G. Goldlng, noble arch of Sumner grove, will preside at the meeting. Mr. Less, a retired business man of San Francisco, has been associated with the Driildlc Order of California fur ninny 3'ears and has visited Sumner grove at various times In the past unofficially. A class of candidates procured under tho direction of C. C. Cheshire, membership chairman, will bo Initiated by the .Simmer grove 'degree ton in, John Hays, degree team captain, will be unable to witness the results of bis many weeks of team drilling, having undergone a serious operation last Friday at Kern General Hospital. August M. Michel has taken charge of the team temporarily. Following the initiation, a recess will be called nnd Adolph Haiisen, entertainment chairman, will present pupils of the Martin School of Dancing, supervised by Mls.s Katherino Scott. Severn! •dunce numbers will be presented by Miss Rose Loeb and Miss Kuthurliu; Tewes, accompanied by Miss Juanita Miller. A banquet will be served at the close of tho meeting, with Mr. Michel in charge of arrangements. Noble Grand Arch Less was originally scheduled to pay his official visit to Fresno grove on Wednesday, but he states that on account of important personal matters requiring his presence In San Francisco on that date, he will be unable to fill the engagement at Fresno. John AV. j Doughty, Jr., of Bakersfleld, grand trusice, will fill tho Fresno engagement and will be accompanied by the Sumner grove degree team, who will Induct a large class of candidates for the Fresno grove. Belle Paula" The L»dy of Toulouie Ptuli •nhinc^d htr b»aufy to >uch • n eiUnt that by a ilratch of the imagination it might ba called annoying. In ordar to avoid suffocation from the preti of th» anormoui crowds that thronged about h*r when sh* appeared on tha (tract . . . she promised to show herself upon her balcony each Sunday to gratify tha longing . . . adoring ayas of htr admirers. Was not her ardorous care rewarded? . . . you would think 10 . . . would you not? Keep Your Youthful Beauty and Charm . . . Paul* Did! Exquisite PermanonLs With Beautiful, Soft, Deep Waves and Ringlet Ends! Complete! Guaranteed! Croquignole $1.25 New-Art $1.95 LUSTRE OIL SOAPLESS SHAMPOO With finger wave or niarcul! Revitalizes liulr and sculp! 75c Tulip Oil $2.95 Imperial $5.00 ANY TWO: Flngor wave, shampoo, hull- cm, marcel, clean up fucinl, arch or muni- cure. 50c WILD ROSE FACE POWDER 50c HONEY PACK FACIAL SOc" STATE LICENSED OPERATORS! NOT A SCHOOL! Phone 5605 OPEN 8 A. M. TO 8 P. M. Le Roy Gordon Beauty Salon 311 Hopkins Building Debates Scheduled With Utahans Today Two of the most interesting debates ui' the si'uson wore scheduled for this afternoon and evening, with I BakersiMeld Junior . College .speakers 1 mooting the traveling debate teams of AVeber Junior College, from Utah. The , first uf the meetings was to have • taken place in room 10 of the junior ', college building this afternoon, while j the second will be held in the same | room nt 7 o'clock this evening. j Miss Isabelle Ilanawalt nnd George | Poehner, star members of the local debate squad, represented Bakersfleld this afternoon. AV. K. Peterson, director of public speaking, had not yet named the team for tonight's debate at noon today. War debts will furnish the topic for debate. Tim AVeber debaters have been arguing this' and similar topics on a trip that Is taking them throughout the southwqst. My Pimples Are Gone ; writes one woman, "I suffered from pimples and blackheads for one year, all the time hating to go | to par ties or dances, my (kin looked i so bad. I tried various treatments | without success, but the first time ' I used Resinol Soap and Ointment, ' I noticed an improvement. , Now all my pimples are gone." SAMPU. FHEfc with Ski. Tr«.li.e.l B.oklet. Write ileitaol, Department 85, Biltlnurc, Mi. Resinol DR. H. A. BALLAGH Announces the 'Opening of His DENTAL OFFICES Tomorrow, Tuesday, February 7 Hopkins Building, Rooms 203-4 Dr. Ballagh was for many years a resident of Kern county, practicing his profession at Taft. For the past ten years he has had dental offices in Long' Beach. He invites his former friends and patrons to visit him in his new location. WALLPAPER SALE Entire Stock of 1932 Patterns 5c, lOc, 15c Per Roll BORDERS Ic Per Yard SEE OUR WINDOWS W. P. Fuller & Co. Paints, Varnishes, Wallpaper,' Mirrors 2016 Chester Avenue Dumble-Hlgglni Wedding At a prettily arranged home ceremony Saturday, Mls.s Thclma May Dumble, tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \V. n. Dumble, 600 Nllo.s street, became tho bride of George F. Hlgglns, tho KOII of Mr. and Mrs. Cl. P. ITIgglns, SOO Oleander avenue. Tho wedding vows wero recited before the Tlov. Anthony S. Donat, pastor of First Congregational Church at 10 o'clock. Tho bride, who was given iiway by her father, was attended by her slater, Miss Loin Dumble, mald-of-honor and Miss May McMahan of Long Deaeh, bridesmaid. Mr. Illgglns chose as his best man, John J. Smith, of Monte- bella. Thirty guests wero present. A small and Informal reception afforded an opportunity for congratulations, and for the slicing and sen-Ing of a wedding cake. Only members of the two families, and the bridal party attended. The gathering was soon broken up by the departure of tho newlyweds for a honeymoon In northern California. They will live at 2841 Sevler street In Descanso Park. Mrs. Hlgglns was gowned In a gray wool suit with harmonizing accessories; her going away outfit was a tan sport suit with brown accessories. She curried Talisman buds. For the wedding music, the favorite bridal march und chorus were played on tho panatrope as the party assembled before large windows banked with ferns. lighted candles In candelabra were on the tables and about tho rooms; baskets of stock nnd marigolds completed the scheme. Miss Dumble chose a costume of beige and brown crinkle crepe with beige accessories. Miss McMahan wore a green flat crepe frock with brown accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Illgglns have both lived the greater part of their lives here: the bridegroom is a member of the Lions club and other organizations. * * *, Double Anniversary Marked A double birthday anniversary, the presence of many out-of-town guests, a gift shower and the serving of a delicious i o'clock^ luncheon were features of a party Sunday afternoon honoring Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Garner at their place of business, the Post Office Smoke Shop, 1820 G street. > Among the visitors were Mrs. William Bannon and Miss Betty Owen, both of Hollywood, daughters of Mr. ! and Mrs. Garner. Others attending from the south were Mr. Bannon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Quirk and their daughters, the little Misses Margaret and Patricia, and Hobert McClem- cnts. all of Hollywood. Those present from here wore Mr. and Mrs. AValter ration. Albert Boyles and Mrs. Vera Miller. | Mr. Quirk, being one of the original | Heverley 11111 Billies, was able to provide entertainment, assisted by his daughters. Cut flowers and the favorite February valentine motif, were used in decorating. i ' * ' . Trousseau Tea Miss Wllma McFndyen, who la to be married Tuesday evening to Merlynn Harvtiot entertained 70 guests nt a trousseau tea Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William 1 McFadyen, 727 Monterey street. Her three aunts, Mrs. line Redfern, Mrs. Harry Redfern and Mrs. C. J. Unwell, poured and served, and the maid of honor and bridesmaids to be assisted Mrs. McFadyen and Miss Wllma in receiving. In the group were Miss Martha Graham, Miss Martha Gundluch, Mlsw Lucilo Posante. Miss Margaret Ross, Miss Margaret Burton and Miss Ivali Fullerton,, who will be the soloist tomorrow evening. • * * Week-End in South Mrs. Bstelle Bruce and Myrtle Brown wero among the Bakersfleld I people In the south over the last 1 week-end. Mrs. Bruce was the guest ! of Miss Clara .Selby, and a member of a party at the Krelsler concert. She also called upon her son, Richard Bruce, a student In Los Angeles, who will leave March 1 for a three- month stay In New York. • • * Miss Liguore Here , Miss Katherine Liguore,'a graduate of Mercy Hospital Nurses Training School, returned recently after taking an advanced course in surgery at the Bishop-Johnson College of Nurses, connected with tho Hospital of the Good Samaritan. Los Angeles. | Sigma Phi Gamma Dance The .Sigma Phi Gamma Sorority, Alpha I'sl Chapter, has cards out for a ilunce at Stockdale Country Club February 11, from 10 to 2 o'clock. Miss Mildred Foley is chairman of the committee on arrangements. . * • • Here From Fresno Mr. and Mrs. J. (!. Portnell, 820 Kentucky street, entertained as their week-end guests, Dr. and Mrs. G, W. Dickinson of Fresno. Night Coughs ' Nothing stops a night cough as quickly as Piso's, For Plso's does the needed things. Swallowed slowly it clings to the throat, soothes Inflamed tissues, and loosens the mucus. Working Internally Pico's destroys the cold germs and breaks up | Infection. Contains no opiates. Safe S for children. Due and OOc sizes, all druggists. —Adv. Party at Clubhouse Mr. and Mrs. JBd Fink and Mr. und Mrs. William Rueter entertained at a Sunday evening dinner dance and card party at the Highland Park clubhouse In honoring Mr. and Mrs. Randolf Ruetor, whoso wedding was a recent event in the south, Prizes at cards went to Mesdames Clyde ID. Holland, * Frank Smoot and H. M. McCullough, Messrs. Frank Smoot, L. W. Wilson and Young Thornburg. Dancing followed the dinner and the presentation of gifts to Mr. and Mrs. Rueter. The guests Included: Messrs, and Mesdames — Ruy Jackson H. C. Kelly K. L. Richardson I). A. Giant/, J. E. Roberts H. M. McCul- ' C. -McCray lough 13. L. Burgess Karl Jordan Clyde 15. Holland E. Souza J. C. Qnrrlot Frank Smoot Mesdames — Bertie Klllraln C. H.'Vcnner Pearl Clark H. K. Fore Misses — Bertha Rueter Ralenu Noe Klsle Rueter Mclba .lack.son Fugcnia Loveland Xlna Hogland Jessie AVebb tilla Kngle Messrs. — D. Creamer ' .Sam D. Moss Klmer Colllcon Billle Rueter Dan Brink Dale Rueter Claude D. Cald- S. W. Wilson well Dan Jackson Young Thornburg * • * On Twelfth Anniversary Miss Alice Oeffner, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oeffner, 2114 Seventeenth street, was the recipient of a birthday party on her twelfth anniversary Saturday. Tho young guests were escorted to the Fox theater for n matinee, after which they were welcomed at the Oeffner home, decorated in streamers, valentine favors nnd flowers. Fortunes were provided for each guest, and games and music were furnished for their delight. Those attending besides the honoree and her mother were: Margaret Calston Evelyn Dulgar Margaret Van Louise JJcClaln Meter Jeauette'Stratton Belly Van Meter 101 va Morris Margaret Bain Betty Kllen Constance Aid- Kofahl rich Doris Larson 9 # W Los Balladores Dance Sixty couples shared the Valentine j dinner dance of Los Bailadores Danc- j Ing Club Saturday night in the Spnn- | ish ballroom of Hotel Kl Tcjon. Mr. j and Mrs. J. 1C. Thrasher, Mr. and i Mrs. Downs McClosky and Doctor > ami Mrs. Lloyd Fox were in charge j of arrangements. Those to supervise plan.s for the I final regular affair of the season are i Doctor and Mrs. Keith S. McKee, Mr. ! and Mrs. Ross Peacock and Mr. and j Mrs. Garnett Adams. I Saturday night'.s affair was the | third of the series of four. ' • * * \ Birthday Party Master Arthur Robert Tatum. 160 Lincoln street, Oildale, entertained six neighbor friends at a party to mark his sixth birthday anniversary. Games were played and prizes given. Refreshments were served at a table decked In Iho St. A'alentine motif. Miss Dorothy Tatum assisted In entertaining the guests, who were: Jack Preston Delmar Stewart Feral Lee Pen- Jerry Preston zoin Douglas Hoff A'eril Penzoln • • » In Pasadena Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Chamberlain were among recent guests at Tlutel Vista del Arroyo In Pasadena. Popular Soloist Will F3e Feature Attraction ol B. P. W. C. Function Miss Lina Onstonl, a favorite local singer, will be tho vocalist at n dinner of the' Business and Professional Women's Club Thursday night, honor- Ing the national president, Mrs. Gellne MacDonald Bowman of Richmond, Virginia. The function, to which members of the Soroptlmlst Club and the Taft business women's organization are being bidden, will bo held at 7 o'clock In tho Spanish ballroom of Hotel El Tejon. Miss Oastont will be accompanied at the piano by.Miss Louise Hamilton, William Cinrrlotl's 10-pieco orchestra will play during the evening, and other entertainment selections will be announced later by Mrs. L,. Frank Johndrow, president. Mrs. Bowman's visit to California is the inspiration for eight dinners,-one luncheon and a president's conference. She goes from hero to Los Angeles, and later to her home via the Panama Canal. As her departure Is Imminent, a bon voyage motif has been chosen for the local function, with Miss Juslina Hendsch chairman of arrangements. The dinner will take the place of a regular meeting of the club. *-•-• Jaysee Coeds Enjoy Horseback Party at Club A party of Bakersfleld Junior College women students, members of the Women's Athletic Association, enjoyed several hours of horseback fldlng at Stockdale Saturday morning and later Joined for a picnic luncheon there. The party was organized under the leadership of Miss Victoria Achln, president of the W. A. A., and Mrs. Hazel Aldrlch, adviser. Those who took, part in the morning's sport were Misses Shirley Andreas, Victoria Achln, Margaret Bailey, Margaret Nicholson, Evelyn Schmidt, June Myers, Beatrice Allen, Barbara Shields, June Oldershaw, Holly Howsmon, Tea- sle Williams, Eva Fllkel, Adeline Alexis, Eleanor May Green and Mrs. Aldrich. ROLL IS ANNOUNCED Several new names appear on the honor roll of the Ordcna school, It was announced today by Mrs. Ethel Uygli, principal. The honor list is as follows: First grade—Isabel Feliz! Second grade—Leland Tobler and Shirley Erven. Third grade—Jewel Davis. Kdlth Hatcher, and Louise Tingle. Fourth grade—Wallace Cliff. Lila Erven, Onee West, and Lloyd Sollars. Fifth grade—Richard Baldwin, Clarence Sanders, Jack Tingle, Evelyn Rygh and Christine Tobler. Sixth grade—Junior Eberle, Leory Sanders, and Lydia Molatorc. Seventh grade—Orvllle Davis, Russell Grove, Fernetta Grove, Helen Sims, Helen Surbeck. and Margrlth Tobler. ; Eighth grade—Ruliy Davis. ' Twenty-eight pupils who were \ neither absent or tardy during the | quarter enjoyed an hour of creative 1 work Friday afternoon. I A number of mothers attended the ' assembly program Friday afternoon. i Interesting book reports were pre- i sented and social study talks were i given. The primary grades presented a dramatized story. A number of school songs and Instrumental music closed the entertainment. P.U.TO .IB. PAYNE Named Vice-President of Kern Federation; Meet at Deluno Today Members of the executive board of I the Uakersfleld Council of Parents and Teachers will hold a monthly mooting In the kindergarten room of Jefferson school on Lincoln street, ISasl Bnkersfleld nt 2 o'clock Tuesday. The business session will take place from 2 to 3 o'clock, and at its conclusion, a skit written and directed by Mrs. Har- oltl Williams will be presented by the mother's chorus of the council. The presentation Xvlll commemorate Founders' day. The organisation is celebrating the thirty-sixth anniversary of P. T. A. this month. A. U. S. W. V. Holds Fifth^Card Party At the fifth of a series of parties under auspices of the United Spanish War Veterans' Auxiliary Saturday night, prizes were won by Mrs. Mar- jorle Fagan, Mrs. Klsle ICuehn. Mrs. Anna Portnell, W. K. Van Motor, L. W. Rawley, ISd Persel and Mrs. Leo Heiner (special prize). The next affair will be sumo place and hour next Saturday night. .. *-»-• WHY WIDEN STREETS? TORONTO, Feb. 6.—A plan to escape the necessity for widening city streets has been suggested to the City Council by the city planning and assessment commissioners. The plan is to provide a lot in each city block for parking of automobiles. In tills way curb parking is eliminated uml widening of struots is not neee.snury. Mrs. J. Bruce Payne, junior past president of the Uakersfleld Woman's Club, wns elected vice-president of the Kern County Federation at the. meeting held this morning at Delano, i Mrs. Payne succeeds MfH. Harriet B. Newell, who resigned this post as well us the chairmanship of the American Home Department, because she Is removing to LOH Angeles. ' The vounly federation wns the guest of the Delano Woman's Club. The morning session was held In the library building, A luncheon was served at noon at the clubhouse, and this afternoon, Miss Josephine Seaman of La .Tolla state chairman of. literature fur the California. Federation who IN expected to be tho next state president was the speaker on the subject of the youth of Russia. Names Committee ( At the morning session, Mrs. W. H. Jahant of Wasco, president of the county group, appointed a nominating committee consisting of Mrs. F. W. Dickinson of McFarland, Mrs. J. C. OhtinncHon of Shnfter and Mrs. F. Harlow Wright of Taft. Tho com-' mlttee will prepare a roster of candi- dates.for the biennial election. Arrangements for the county's participation In the district convention to be held April 18, in and 20 at Lindsay were discussed. Kern county women will dross In Spanish costume at the formal banquet and will present an appropriate stunt. Seven periods of California history will be represented In the costuming at the banquet, it was reported. , The county federation endorsed Mrs, 1 . Jay Boyce Smith of Klngsburg for; treasurer of the valley organlzutloiu, and Mrs. Jahant for auditor. . , Letter of Sympathy ;• A letter of sympathy to tho bereaved, family of the late Mrs. Julia G. Babcock was ordered by the club women.• Mrs. Bnucork held the post of"chair* man of history and landmarks for tin- " county federation, and this office will be left vacant until next year. TRIBUTE IN ARTICLE Tribute is paid to Mrs. David O. Mcars, originator of Founders' day for the National Congress and a member of California Congrej-s of Parent.' and Teachers, by Leo P>. Hart, Bak- ersfleld High School counselor, In an article appearing in (he February issue of the state P. T. A. magazine. Tho story, printed under the title of "A Mother to Humanity," was first told by Mr. Hart at a local Founder.-' day in At Ing. " BANISH DISHPAN HANDS FRATERNAL I Pentalpha Club I Members of the Pentalpha Club of I Security Chapter. O. 12. S., will meet i In the card rooms of the Masonic tem! pie Tuesday afternoon. A potluck luncheon will be served at 12:30 o'clock, followed by a business meeting. Marytha Class to Serve Luncheon For the benefit of the building fund members of .Marytha Class of First liaptist church will sponsor a noonday luncheon Tuesday from 11 to 2 o'clock in the Utility room of the church. A small charge will be asked. Reservations may be made by telephoning Mrs. A. C. Folcy on Pioneer Drive or Mrs. Belle Sager, 1709 i Twenty-third street (S788J). *-*-• OLD-TIME DANCE FRUITVAMS. Feb. 6.—A dance, un-i der the sponsorship of the teachers and I members of the eighth-grade class, ; has been announced for next Friday night at the Frultvale School. The dance will be an old-time affair and at the close of the evening refreshments will be served. A small ad-: mission charge will bo made and the proceeds will be used to help defray the graduation expenses of the class. LUX for Dishes _ jj- Every woman can look as if she had maids if she uses Lux in the dishpan instead of ordinary soap. Lux banishes dishpan redness, keeps hands white. Costs less than If a day. Caledonia Chapter Caledonia Chapter No. 391, Order of the F.astern Star will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at Druids' hall. Mrs. Klsle Kuebn will preside, j Visitors will be» welcomed. A St. Valentine's party will be held; refresh-- incuts will be served. W. B. /i. Party Kern Kovlow No. Cli, Woman's Benefit Association, will hold a public card party in the K. of P. hall on Lake street, February Iu. Nino' prizes will be awarded. Refreshments will be served by a committee, headed by Mrs. Mary B. Hampson. CHAPPED LIPS To quickly relieve chapping, roughness. cracking, apply soothing, cooling Mentholatum. MENTHOLATUM A. U. S. W. V. Sewing Club Mrs. Luther Ilawley, president, is requesting members of the A. U. S. AA'. V. Sewing Club to meet at the home of Mrs. Leo Heiner, 2814 Park Way AVednesday noon, promptly at 12 o'clock. Business of Importance Is planned. PISO'S For Cough* cmdjCpldjt | Party • February 24 I The second of a .series of card parties under auspices of the Pythian Sisters Needlework Club will be held at the home of Mrs. Margaret SrVoble, ! 714 Kentucky street, Friday, Febru- | nry 24. Five hundred will be played i with hand-made prizes awarded. Tle! frcshments 'will he served. El Tejon Drug Company i Tower I'hune 1 f'.ti FREE DELIVERY SERVICE \.J.MOOKK K. L. I'AKKLK CHICAGO COLLEGE OP BEAUTY, INC. 1310 Nlnitetnth Street Phene 087•) Sec us about our finance plan and reduced rates on tuition. New class now forming. $5.00 Permanent Spiral or Combination $1.75 Other Permanent!, 95c Up Shampoo, Flnjror Wave, Hair Cut, Arch, Color Rinse, Baby Henna, Manicure. Pin Dye, only 26c, If taken with tar or tioapless oil shampoo. Paper Curl, Brush Curl, Curl, Eyebrow or Eyelash A CLEAR COMPLEXION Ruddy cheeks—sparkling eyes— most women cuu huvo. Dr. F. M. EdAvards for 20 years treated scores of women for liver and bowel till- Tjiouts. DuriuK these years ho gave his patients a substitute for calomel made of a few Avell-Unowu vegetable ingredients, naming (hem Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets. Know them by their color. These tablets are wondor-Avork- ors on the the liver and bowels,' causing a normal action, carrying off the waste and poisonous matter in one's system. If you have a pale face, sallow look, dull eyes, pimples, coated tongue, headaches, a listless, no- Bood feeling, Mil out of sorts, inactive bowels, take one of Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets nightly for a time and note the pleasing results. Thousands of women and men take Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets— now and then to keep them fit. IBc, :!0c und COc.—Adv. 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