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Wednesday, February 8, 1933
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THE BAKERSFIELD C ALIFORM AN. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1933 IS I SUBJECT OF TALK SOCIETY Associated Women Students Hcnr Miss Chubb at Meeting Tuesday Vow /.e.'ilnml wns dpsrrlhed as u fairyland nf geysers, glaciers and ferns by Miss Olive Chubb, member of the Bakersfleld High School faculty, In a talk given at a meeting of the Junior college Associated Women Students yesterday afternoon. Miss Chubb, who bus touched upon almost every continent In her vacation trips-, spolie of New X.oaliind aw one spot on tho globe whlrh approached the Ideiil. The natives, she siild, appeared to lie one nf the lu-altlilcst people of the world, and thp natural beauty of tho island Is unrivaled. Given in a tiuletly humorous vein, Miss Chulib's t!il!< WHS greatly en- ioyod by members of the' A. \V. S., «-in> WIT«' mc-'tlnp for tin' first tlm« xlnef the bf-glnnlng of (hi- new Hcmstcr. Card Party Soon During tho business meeting, Miss Isalicllc Hnnawalt. president of tin 1 A. \V. S.. announced plans for a card party to be given by the women's organization Wednesday cvonlng. February l."i. in tho women's cymmislum. Tho piirty will furnish an occasion for extending a welcome to new students of the junior college. Commltt' 1 "'.- named by Miss Hiinu- ivalt to plan the party will be under WEDDED MRS. MERLYNN HARVUOT Mrs. Bailey Hostess Bridge and hearts were played when Mrs. Wylle Fnnston, formerly Mist) Alice Barnes, wns the honor guest at a gift shower recently at tho home of the direction uf -Miss June Myers, gen- Mrs. .Stanley Bailey In Casa 1.0111.1 .-nil chairman, and Jllsses Beatrice Acres. Prizes were won by Mrs. Mi,n and Lu.-il.. Uiili.iijli. her assist- I Marlon Diet*, Mrs. Kthel Hansen and uiits Tho rc-fi-fshments committeo | Miss Klsie Eyraud. includes .Miss T.-ssIo Williams, chair-! Those 1 .'esent included: man. and Miss Alary Alice Erickson: invitations. Miss Mary ,!>• I,acy, chairman, and Miss HoUn .laggard; pnb- lli-lly, Miss Holly Ilowsmon, chairman, and AIlss Berele Alexander: tickets, Miss F.stber Bassctt, chairman, and Misses T,u.'lk- Jennings and ; Helen Clark. Philanthropy Work j Mips Shirley Andres*, chairman of the A. W. S. committee on welfare work, reported on the work of her group over the Christmas holidays, when they secured ami distributed Mosdamos— Umlly Deablll Walter Dlotx Al Munchy Arthur Green William Price Evelyn Knovlou Irving Dcal>lll Joo Cardwell Frank Bailey Pete HUnsen Robert Daniels Wylio FuiiBton McFadyen-Harvuot Wedding ConBtltuling the first wedding At ; tho new Flrat Baptist church, Miss Wllmn. Yetlvo McFadyon becamo tho bride of Mcrlynn Sherwood Harvuot Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock, before u crowd of 000 guests. The bridal entourage was comprised of Miss Martha Graham, mald-of- Imnor; Mrs. Rao F. Redforn, mntron- of-honor, and tho Misses Margaret Burton, Luclle Pesanto, Martha Ound- lach and Margaret Ross, bridesmaids; Charles P. Miirtin, best man, and tho usher.s, Henry C. Mack, U. Earlo Smythc, Harry Borel, Oliver H. O'Brien, Rao F. Redforn and Stanley Dumkruger; and little Miss Lois Redfern, tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Redfern, flower girl. The nssemblago met before the Reverend Frank O. Belden at an altar decorated with largo baskets of gladioli and other flowers, and nlno potted ferns, following the singing of "At Dawning" (Cadman) by Miss Ivah Fullerton, with Miss Louise Hamilton at the organ. Miss Hamilton played the bridal chorus from Lohengrin as the processional, and accompanied Miss Fullerton when she uang "Because" (Hard plot) during tho ceremony. Do Koven'w "O Promise Mo" was played during tho service. Tho bride was given away by her father, William McFayden. Mrs. Harvuot was atllrod In a close fitting sloftveloss gown of Ivory wedding satin, orpamented with rhlne- stonc bandings, over which was worn a coat with long train, of tho same fabric as the gown, mado with straight tight sleeves and worn with a trailing veil of Ivory silk tulle, banded to the coiffure with a cap circled across the back with a band of Ivory I | tinted orange blossoms. Her bouquet was of gardenias, lilies of the valley E LEGION 10 HOLD BIG FROLIC Event in Visalia Set for Saturday Evening at Moose Temple With u biiffot Hiippor at 7 o'clock, tho first frolic of Central California Ijpglon of tho Moose to bo held In Vlsalla for two years is sot for Saturday evening, February 11, In Mooso O- hall. Herder J. T. Htnnton and Great North Mooso Shorman A. Yost are unking all members to brlrig cnndl- dnteH. Klectlon of officers will talco place at the next session. A meeting of tho executive committee Is planned to precede tho supper. Officers and members of tho fellowship degree are expected to attend this session. Amonpr those who will bo present are Clarence A. Williams, Robert M. Jerome, J. A. Mlnner, Fred W. Mitchell, Ii. r. Russell, George H. CoUer, 'M. G. N'unnclly, H. V. Helteshelmer, C. Harry Krough, IQarl D. Coats, Mel- vlu W. Wood, Henry lOgKer, Jack Cousins, J. T. Stnnton, TCtnory C. Hoffman, Joseph A. Bios, Martin Orloff % , H. A. Dudley, Karl T. Burlcy, Samuel Dye, A". J. Stoll, Georgo II. Smith, Charles N. Potter, I. C. Baker, John B. Dowd, Mllie Scliwnfel and John Rothwell. Methodist Aid Society Slates | Annual Affair j Carrying out the tradition of tailing In verse or pantomime how a dollar has been earned for the church, the annual "dollar day" of the General Aid Society of First Methodist Church will b* held Thursday In the educational building, at 2 o'clock. A short business session will be conducted by Mrs. F. L. Hayes, president; Mrs. Alfred Slemon will lead the devotlonals and Mrs. Earl Cook will have charge of the program. Violin numbers will be presented ' by Elwyn Coats, accompanied at the piano by Miss Ruth Harmon. Jean Cook will present several readings. WILL REPEAT PLAY AT nnd orchids, a (freer houetto Tho maid of honor chose Advanced Officers' Night This Evening Bakersfleld Court No. 32, Order of tho Amaranth, will meet at the Masonic temple at 8 o'clock this evening. carried golden Ophelia j Don Lucas Misses— Elsie Eyrouil Phyllis Hansen Inez Kerr Alice Provensal • * ? Past Noble Grands Officers nc.t previously installed will rood and clothing to needy families of ! be seated Thursday when Past Nobln Grnnds of the RebeUah lodge con- the community. Attention wus directed to the valley ! vrne for a 12:30 o'clock potluck lunch- A. W. S. convention to be held in | eon at the home of Mrs. Colton Ro- iiakersfleld April S, when the local i land. 830 Simmer street. Mrs. Mary organization will he host to delegates \ Phclps and Mr*. Myrtle Stlfgelmaii from Taft, Rcedley. A - lsalla and T-'or- ! will assist Mrs. Roland. Participants are being allied to bring their own silver. * * V Security Benefit Association i A regular social m<;Klng of the Se; curlty Honefll Association. Kern ; Council No. -1029, will be hold nt th« terville Junior Colleges. •*-—•- Eudokian Class ibers ..f the Kudokian class of i home of Mr. and Mrs. T. \V. Marsh, Methodist Church will preside ! 1"M Forrest street, Friday evening at Mem First over one of their popular breakfasts Saturday, February 11. Serving will begin early, and will continue until 9 o'clock at the educational building, corner of Truxtun avenue and G street. A small charge has been set. All aro Invited. 8 o'clock. Curds will be played; refreshments will be sorvert. buds. Mrs. Redfern wore a pink brocaded sutln gown, and carried deep pink Russel buds. The bridesmaids wore bouffante frocks of lace net, two In yellow and two In pink, and carried yellow and pink sweotpeus with maidenhair fern; and the tiny flower girl wnu costumed In a little period frock of poudre blue taffeta. Mrs. McFaydon presided over an informal reception before the departure of tho couple for a two-week HO- I nnd Journ In San Francisco and Carmel matron, Charles Ross, acting royal patron, and Mrs. Pauline Hatton, acting associate matron. Mrs. Cleo Chapman is in charge of tho tables, assisted by Mrs. Emily Marks and S. T. Andrews. Mrs. Annette Andrews Is in charga of the refreshments and she Is assisted. by Mrs. Kthol Hensen, Mrs. Margaret Hopson and Mrs. Alice Chaplin. Mary Gray Is royal matron T. Andrews, royal patron. « « » SERVICE STATION LEASED McFARLAND, Feb. S.—Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Taylor have moved from the after which they will be at home to j their friends lemporarlly at Hotel | Padre. Serving at the reception was Mrs.' A. C. Jones, assisted by Mesdames J. S. Stockton, Jainos T. Graham, Clifford Renshaw and Miss Betty Graham. ..._ ______ _ ........... _ ___________ _ ..... _ Out-of-town guosts at the wedding | Golden Stale highway two miles north; Y. L. I. 'CARD FETE PMMMPLETEO Plans are now complete for a St. Valentine's card party Friday night at the Woman's Club hall, according to u report by Miss Ileglna Degnn, last night at a meeting of the Young Ladles Institute at the K. C. hall. Miss Mary TCllon Hagen presided. Many reservations have been made already, it was reported. A membership drive was opened, with dred On bic; the charge uf Miss Claire Mohr. plans will be announced later. Arch Druidesses Giving Card Party Preparations for a card party _February 16 and for a meeting in" two weeks at. the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Wells were made when the Past Arch Druidesses Association met. at thc homo of Mrs. Helen Sims lust evening, with Mra. Augusta Uambaud as co- hostess. Mrs. Grace Allen will bo 1 chairman of the card party, which will bi> open to the public. '' Those present were ' Mesdnmou Willis, Julia Overton, Elizabeth Presentation of "An Old-Fashioned Mother" recently produced by the .Senior Christian lOndoavor Society of the First Christian Church In Uakers- fleld, Is to be repeated at tho Standard School Friday evening at 8 o'clock, under auspices of tho Standard P. T. A., by Mr.s. Earl Coats, P. T. A. president. Produced under thc direction of Or- vlllc Graves, who was able to draw upon wide experience in dramatics In the work of staging the play, "An Old- Fasbloned Mother" attracted a groat deal of favorable comment locally. Mr. Graves was formerly Interested In dramatics while IL student at Kern County Union High School and Inter at the University of Hedlands. The play has been taken to Tulare, and further engagements havo been booked for showing at Los Angeles and at other churches. The cast Includes Miss Harriett Waters, Miss Alta Pierson, 'Miss Blanche Williamson, Miss Berulco fiiirrolt. Miss Tviithcrlne Holland, Miss Benslp Mitchell, Leo Wllhlte. Ray Pierson, Timothy McDonald, Dexter Oarrett, Reginald Lenhart, and Clyde Blalock." <*>Business Women <*•- Members of the Business and Professional Women's Club will be hostesses March 14 at the annual' "friendship" banquet of the B. P. W. C. and Soroptlmlst Clubs at 6:46 o'clock at the Spanish ballroom of Hotel El Ttjon, Miss Alice Stauss, chairman of arrangements has called a com- mlttee meeting at her home, 1211 Seventeenth street, Monday, February 13. The custom of holding the affairs annually was inaugurated last year by Mrs. Marguerite Follansbee, Junior past president of the Soroptlmlst Club, and proved pleasing to members of both organizations. Luncheon, Circle Lydla Circle of First Church will serve .a public ohlrk»;n luncheon in the church dining room from 11:30 to 1:30 o'clock, Thursday, followed by a meeting at 2:30 o'clock. HERE ON FE8.1J -* S ' ' -I-—..T...I-.U..I. • •' ' Oilier Events Announced ut Meeting bf St. Paul's Church League A'meeting, of ..the southern deanery of the missionary'district .of Hun Jua- quln .will bo held In St. Paul's Church, Riikerstleld. on Friday, February 17, , tho Rev. William E. Patrick, rector of St. Paul's F.iilHooptil Church, announced last evening at tho monthly meeting Of the church service league. Mrs. Percy T. Neale, president of the • league, appointed Mrs. \V. A. Alexander chairman of a committee to arrange for afternoon tea to bo served at tho adjournment of ^ho quarterly meeting of the southern deanery, i Reports of Parish activity were i made by representatives of £t. Paul's |Guild, St. Margaret's Guild, thc church, Altar Guild and Girls' Friendly I Soi-lety. On tho suggestion of live wardens and vestry the league voted, to sponsor a parish social gathering on Monday evening, February 20, and the" Missouri Club Is Entertained Following a short business meeting games and contests were enjoyed In elict menu is.nnouned. Mrs H. K Ireland wll, preside over'the •'" «« by Mrs. Nona Acord, Mrs. AV. B. Wilson and Mrs. Mateo Smith. Refreshments were served, with places arranged for Mesdames J. O. Covle, Gus Girard, H. F. Clement, Nova Snyder, W. M. Smith. H. S. Murray, T. AV. Isaacs, A. Frame, Matea Smith, Oren Plerson, Norn Acord, W. B. AVilson, S. T. Upshaw, C. 13. Upshaw, J. G. Hopper and C. R. Har- dinlng room, assisted by J. H. Pierson, C..M. Scales, F. C. Parks, J. R. Huff, Jf. W. Gist, G. 13. Dlxon, C. T. Cooper and C. W. Kramer. In Hie kitchen will be Mesdames O. A. Cary, AV. F. Carter, 10. A. Hawkins, J. AV. Jacks, R. A. Moore, R. V. Lam- Clem- Green. Thursday Mrs. to elect officers. Naomi Circle members will convene with Mrs. J. G. Dale, 301 Monterey street, at 2 o'clock. appointed n committee con- 13. Wakeflold, Jr., to the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Richardson. They have leased Helen Sims, Augusta Rambaud the house and service station on the ; and Blanche Cyr. and reception Included Louis O. Harvuot, father of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. George Nowfel and Mrs. of McKarland. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter and their two children, who I formerly lived on the ranch and had j North-of-the-River John AVhtteher, all of Los Angeles; | chargo of the service station, have | FRATERNAL TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION Homestead Life Association Members of the Kern County Tnber- Members of the Homestead Life As- Auslln will present Ihe uubjecl >f visiting nurses' work. Postpone Party Tojon Court No. 41, Order of the Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Colburn and fam- lly of Fresno; Miss A'irginln Fullerton, of Fresno; Mr. and Mrs. Millard C. Gibson of Gonzales, Mr. and 'Mrs. Sam Hall of San Francisco, Mr. and Mr.s. Tlobcrt Elton Hill of San Francisco, and AVilllam Hulscy of Berkeley. Others at tho reception besides the foregoing, and the bridal party included: Mrs. Bert F. Denham, mother the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Brundage and family. Doctor nnd Sirs. Georgo Buchner, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burton. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. AV. Culllton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Culllton, Bert F. Denhnm, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Dowell, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. here. moved to the C. Zerkle ranch home, \ two miles west of MerFarlnnd. Mr.; Members of the North of the River Carter Is employed at tho county yards I Association will hold a dinner meeting tonight at the Olldale Community Club, when Hugh S. Pomeroy of thc Kern County Planning Commission will speak on the subject of the proposed new highway. The meeting will commence at 7 o'clock, and Warren Stockton, prosl- JACOB SMITH DIES TAFT, Feb. 8.—Jacob Smith, 96, father of A. B. Smith of Taft, passed away this .week nt his home at Indian A'alley, Virginia. Born In Indian A'al- ley, June 13, 1837, he had lived there I dent, will conduct the session, practically all his life. He served j five years during the Civil AVar with tho Confederate army. His wife preceded him in death In 192C. Tho elder Mr. Smith Is survived by 10 children, Including A. B. Smith of Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Fuller- j Taft; A. AV. Smith o"f Long Beach; T. ton. Miss Ivah Fullerton. Mr. and p s m ith of AA'hlttler and L. M. Smith j Founders' day and Fathers' night Side Pair Wedded in Taft rAFT, Feb. 8.—Miss Marie Wilson J Clement Glbbs. both of Taft, were In marriage Sunday at the home of tho groom's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Htllard on Twenty-five hill. The homo was beau- i tlfully decorated with pastel shaded i flowers, while the aisle In which the , bride and bridegroom stood was \\Till TVT <»f»f i banked with baskets of beautiful W 111 «ie^l'| nowers . The bride carried a bouquet of pink and white roses and wore a gown of pink crepe, trimmed with sheer velvet. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bibble attended the couple. A wedding dinner was served after the ceremony by Mrs. Hllllard to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. J. Jr. Glbbs, the bridegroom's parents; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Glbbs, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glbbs, Mrs. Mary Murphy, Mrs. K. K. Hilllard, Mr. and Mrs. H. Marr and son Bob, F. M. Brock and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hllllard and son John. The newlyweds will make their home in San Luis Obispo. Rebekah Lodge Announces Dance At last night's meeting of Bakers- fiold i Rebekah Lodge No. 47 plans were furthered for a valentine dance Tuesday evening, February 14 from 9 to 12 o'clock nt tho I. O. O. F. hall. Music will be furnished by a slx- ice orchestra. Mrs. T. M. Owens senior warden, Mrs. AV. A. Alexander and the Rev. AVilllam E. Patrick to airangu the program. An Interesting account- of the re-' cent annual meeting of the diocesan church service league at Sonora was given by Mrs. Ncuto. Carrying out tho spirit of the suggestion mado In the annual nddress of Bishop Sanford nt Sonorn, the league decided to appoint a calling committee to assist the rector In a visitation convasn of the parish before Kaster, to Invlto people to attend church and associate themselves with the parish activities. A light collation was served by members of St. Paul's Guild following the business meeting, St. Margaret's Guild being named hostess for the next regular meeting of the league on March '7. This evening St. Margaret's .Guild will hold Its fortnightly meeting. Tomorrow afternoon Mrs. C. E. Wykes, president of St. Paul's Guild, •will be hostess at thn Ih'.rd of a series of bridge desserts sponsored by the league at her home 308 Truxtun avenue at 1:30 o'clock. On Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock the candidates of, is chairman of arrangements assisted | thc G)r | s . Friendly Society will enjoy by Miss Edna Summers and Mrs. Syl- a valentine party In the Guild Hall. via Ramsey. Tickets may bo obtained by telephoning Mrs. Owen at her home on Truxtun avenue. There will be spot dances and special prizes. The admission charge has been reduced to a small fund to accommodate depression purses. Tho choir will rehearse Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. 4 i » Thursday, Friday, Beautiful Croquignole Permanent All the curlH you! Complete; Guaranteed: New-Art Croquignole Permanent, complete wltb lovely, soft, deep waves und ringlet (PI cuds: «D-L« Tulip Oil Permanent Exquisitely soft lustrous, self-settluk' Any Two: Finger wave, shampoo, hair cut, marcel, cluan-ui) facial, arch or manicure 50c Wild KOSP Face Powder. 50c State Lic«ns»d Operator* Not a School! Le Roy Gordon Beauty Salon Phone 5605 311 Hopkins Bldg. Open 8 a. in. to 8 p. m. Amaranth in postponing u curd party I Mrs. Jiimos T. Grahiim. Miss Betty ! o f Fresno, planned for February 10 until Kobru-' Ciniham, Xfr. and Mrs. Martin Gund- ury 17. Tho affair will be hold at tho homo of Mrs. Ella Miu> Means, royal matron, 1S15 Sixteenth street. Bakersfield Lodge lach, Martin fiundlach, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. l.>ank K. Hand. Mr. and Mrs. GOOD LUCK CLUB Tho Good Luck Club will will be celebrated simultaneously to- nlghl at Union Avenue School. Hor| bcrt Healey will speak on proposed moot : school legislation and Mrs. M. J. CIRCLE 2 TO MEET Circle No. 2 of Trinity Methodist Church will convene Thursday ove- Leo tl'edrlck. Doctor and Mrs. A. C. I Thursday at thc homo of Ruth "Weir ' Meadows will present a historical re-I nlng at 7:30 o'clock at the home of • Jonps, Mrs. Cora B. Roy, Mrs. Montle j llt 410 Sixth slrtset. at 1:30 o'clock. AH ! view of P. T. A. All patrons of the i Mr.s. Georgo Gunter, 207 ' " Presbyterian Aid Society to Meet Members of the General Aid Society of First Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday in Westminster hall. Luncheon will be served by Sunset Circle. The meal Is open to the public, and will bo available from 11:46 o'clock until after 1 o'clock. A. brief business meeting will be held around the table. BACK FROM CRESTON Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anson of Taft have returned from a week-end visit with Mrs. Alison's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wells and their daughter, Miss Rosalie of Crestori. They were guests also of an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilkinson, and their family of Paso Robles. Arthur and 13es«le Ansown were entertained In the homo of their grandparents, Mr. ' V. l.lvezey, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. Uakfrsficld lodgo No. 440, I. O. O. I Mullcr, Mr. and Mrs. A. Claude Nell- F.. will mod tonight In rt-gular session with Walter Adklns, noble Brand, prc- son, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Pesunto, Mr. siding. The entertainments commit-' imd Mru. Clifford Renshaw, Mr. has pkinncd an Inti-rfstlng pro- I and Mrs. T/. C. ROKS, Mr. and Mrs. gram. Now business will oomo be- ' Carl Ruinmlch. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank foru the lodge. : .Scliamblln, Mr. and Mrs. R. T5. i Smythe, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Stockton, Pythian Slstors aro Invltod. i district arc blddon. Jefferson I and Mrs. River. John Stubblefleld of Old Central District Gathering Feb. 19 Announcements have been received of a meeting of the central district of the California Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs ut Hanford Sunday, February 19. Luncheon will bo served at 1 o'clock at Pedcn's cafe. Miss Roberta McCarty will preside. CARD PARTY SUCCESS WASCO. Fob. 8.—The card party sponsored by the Auxiliary of the Legion was u very successful affair. Eleven tables were filled with players of brldgo and flvo hundred. Five hundred prize winners were Mrs. James Little and Ollle Sadler and winners at bridge wero Mrs. H. A Glddlngs and K. F. Clemens. Mis« Isabel Hull won tho draw prize and A. V. Gill won tho prize for malting the first gams in clubs. The committee on arrangements Included Mesdames Bruco Little, J. A. Taylor, Colver Jone.s nnd Miss Lllllnn Prlt- sohkc. JJeliclous refreshments were served. Security Chapter Meeting Siu-.urlly Chnpter, No. 126, Order of Miss Km lly Wonlner, Mr. and Mm. DauRhtry Wharton, Mr. and Mra. Carl Fjiolern Star, will moot Thursday eve- | O. Wlnherg, Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. ning at 8 o'clock In thn Mnsonli: tpm- ; Muck. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rfdfern. pie. After tho business meeting a [ Mr. and Mrs. Rao V. Redfern, Mr. and social hour will be held, during which : Mrs*. James W. Redfern, Miss Jano •ards will be played and refreshments will bu served, come. A'lsltors will bo wel- lledfern, Stanley Jones and Iho children. Ooorge Brundage, Jack Dowell, j Jimmy Redfern and I Loin Iti'dfern, ! Gail Jones. Pythian and Lodge Event ; • • • Members of Sunsut Temple of Pyth- i Emerald Club Elects n Sisters and Kern Lodge, No. 7C, Dinner at Keller's la Knights Templar, will enjoy a potluck dinner at 6:30 o'clock Thursday evening. A regular meeting of the teni plo will follow. ISIglitcenth street, was cafe, 1521 followed by Just as lively to offend^- the Girl who says 1 NEVER PERSPIRE" five hundred and pedro at Moose hall when members of the IGimirald Club gathered recently for an annual social ; 'function, and election of officers.. Those chosen were Mrs. Kathcrino j York, president; Mrs. Mary Dowd, i Christian : vice-president; Mrs. Dora Nunnelly, RUTH CIRCLE Ruth Circle of First ..___ _ Church will meet Thursday at the | treasureri'and'Mrs'.'illlnora MeBtrnakeri homo of Mrs. Harold Broonif, 915 K I secretary. Tho next meeting will bo street. Mr«. Howard Hughes will be i llft j d nt thc nomo O f Mrs. C. N. Potter. the assisting hostess. A potluck din- ] 1(;0? O n gon street, March 4. Prizes were, won by Mrs. Maude Chapman, Mrs. Dora Xunnelly and Mrs, Mary Dowd and Messers J. R. AVure, M. G. Xunnelly and T. L. Mc.stmakcr. Those attending were: Messrs, mid Mesdames— J. R. AA'are R. O. Chapman T. L. Mestmnker J. W. Heath 8tteky ner will be served at 12 o'clock. Doctors Give Creosote For Dangerous Coughs For many years our best doctors have , prescribed creosote in some form for cough*, colds and bronchitis, knowing how dangerous it is to let them hang on. / Creomulsion with creo«ute and »it other highly important mrdicinal ele- , menu, quickly and effectively stop* all | coughs and coldi that otherwise might le«d to w;riou» I rouble. CreoinuUion in powerful in the treatment of all cold* and cough* no matter how long •tanding, yet it U absolutely liannleMandiapleuantafideaaytotaJce. Your own druggUt guarantees Creo- mnlftlon by refunding your money if you are not relieved after taking CreomuL J. B. Dowd M. G. Nunnelly A. L. Knolos C. X. Pottor H. X. Harrelson MoFdames— Katherlno York. Minnie Jacobs Marguerite Krough from MERCED California's biggest winter holiday is central to all California! Come by rail iion as directed. Beware the cough or , or All Year Highway. Reduced rates. AH cold that hangs on. Always keep Creo- sports equipment may be rented. Get mulaion on hand for iastut use. (adr.) , folders: Your travel agent or the Yo- scmite office, Yosemitc National Park, California. REDUCED PRICES on PLATES Quick Service Office Over Kimball £ Stone Nineteenth and Chester DR. GOODNIGHT IF YOU LOVE MOTHER THEN TELL HER THIS Mrs. M. Ijutdorf, 87 years ohl, still goes to purlieu and has a goot! time. She eutH and sleeps well, thankH to Vlnol (iron tonic). Vtnol gives old folks uu\v pup. Kovu Co.—Adv. OTHERS NOTICE IT Don't trust yourself .. . Underthings can absorb up to 30% of their weight in perspiration without even feeling damp. The odor is noticeable to others even when you aren't aware of it yourself. are GlRLS >vho say "I don't perspire" fool themselves. But they never fool others. We all perspire—frequently over a quart a day, even though we don't feel sticky. And perspiration odor v is bound to cling to underthings. That's why dainty girls play safe, avoid all chance of offending. They wash under- things in Lux after every wearing. Lux takes away every bit of odor—keeps the harmful substances in perspiration from wearing out silk. It takes only 4 minutes, or less. Anything safe in water alone is safe in Lux. SPECIAL—10 DAYS $6.00 Permanent $3.00 S5.00 Permanent $2.50 $3.00 Permanent $1.50 Marcellng Specialty r-CAni LAMBFTH. FLORENCE HENNING LAMPETH BEAUTY SHOP 729 K Street Phone 3405- R CASH for Old Jewelry. Dental and Mining Cold THE WICKERSHAM CO. Corner Nlnetssnth and I Street* '.¥• Oi Net £••!») Uuttldt btlidtort Mrs. J. J. Hunter I ,1'k Mocking* finds I box o/LVX < 48 pairs socks 48 pulni children 1 * nocks 48 nulls children'* underwear • with LUX -I'/VSAFE to wash underthings after each wearing . . . saves Colors, Fabrics

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