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THE BAKEHSF1ELD CAL1FOHN1AN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1933 CIAL IS HELD AT LI S. HALL )f»nim of Talks. Music and Headings Presented; ' Dancing Enjoyed Birthday Dinner Will Be Enjoyed by Soroptimists T\vu luimlrcct nntl fifty nuusls « err gprvpd nl tho first reunion of llir t,nt- ter-Day Saints »t the K. of P. linll Snturdny night. E. O. T.'iylor opened the meetltiK \\itlt mV iifUlrcPs of u'clnomp. ftml TonstmnNtnr J,. Hoy I'ntlir ;innonnr(>(] the following proKriini: Adilrcs.s, Mrs. Maude Uniitlnc. "Itonpflts nf Uc- liBlons Sochil AVnrli;" siimmnry of primary work. Mrs. M. K. Biilipr: rio- llne solo. Hlrnm Anuntdson: «tldre.«. u , "Nerds of Mutiiiil Improvement IVorlt." Mr*. 1,. Hoy Piitlie; uddresa. "Tlie Iniiiortnnpp of Snndiiy School Training," .Jnek Kelloher: vooal diiot. Mrs. Suroli lioynton ;ind Mrs. Ada Mil- li-r; address, "Music As 11 Kurt or In (lie rliuivlt." Mrs. 1C. O. T;iyli>r; Inlii. "Prpsenl ;ind Futnrp X«-eds of Ilie l.,oriil r.rniirli." I'resident John ItinilIMK: vocal solo. "The MoekiiiR Blrrl." Mrs. Kthel Hughes: tnlk. "Tlie Responsibility of Young 1 I'eonle In the A birthday party and dinner will be enjoyed by the members of the Bakersfleld Soroptimlst club Tuesday evening at Hotel El Tojon, beginning at 6:45 o'clock. Eight members will be the honor guests, and they will tell what their life hobbies are nnd if possible display them, Mrs. Ruth Lane, president, will conduct the business session. CHILD WELFARE TOPIC OF NURSES CLUB ONMSDAY Tnfl Women to Enjoy Frolic; Juvenile Atmosphere Will Prevail Trousseau Tea •In honor of her daughter, Miss Bve- , - | lyn Payne, fiancee of Herman A. Fine. Addresses Made nl Local j Ajfe6 ' Mrn ' •'• r "' lleo J'« v "o entertained nt. a trousseau tea at her. residence, !!3H Nineteenth utreot, Sunday afternoon. The wedding will take place at 8 o'clock Friday evening at First Christian church, with Mrs. Payne's nephew, (ho Reverend Francis Anint of Covlna as the presiding minister. As Mrs. Arnnt was rlngbenrcr at the Meet of Valley Unit; Heading Presented j With public health workers In i attendance from many valley points, the meeting of Unit No. 2, California TA FT. jinks of the . 1.1. — The Woman's animal high Improvement i 'hurrh us T.endei> of Ciwidt'iit lileini Ilii'hins i.-ilk. "\V;iys and Means. T(nnorro\\'." f Fresn I.. Roy Chih. scheduled for tomorrow after noon nl thf! I'liihhouse, promises to provide entertulninent of umiKuiil t.Him-inj: 'I'he Committee iii hided the 'ominitte*.' ,'. I merit, N'umerous stunts have been 1 prepnrpfl nnd n large turnout of members Is expected to enjoy the aniuuil funfest. Mrs. K. 1). Hlgle.y, chalrman-at- KPi'pva mmittcv was headed large. Is sparing no effort In decorat b\ K O. Taylor and Mrs. Piitlie. as | \ nK (j )t . clubliouso and the resuH N prom- the giitli.-ring was sponsored liy Hit* I J SPH tr , outdo even her tromendoiiH MuUial linproveiiipnl Association, of »-|il, It they are li-aders. General dec- i.nilions won- arranged by George Slaiichtpr, I'hairnian. Morril Baker. licloss Miller. Jack limiting. Itced limiting and Andy Miller. In rnarge of refreshment? were Me^ilames Li-sllf Raker, AT. T\ Baker. • •.•iri.l NVIson. IClla Brimhall. .l\illn Taylor. Kthel Hughes, Dorothy Car- i-'.-r. Bunny i..Voper. Aila Miller, Sarah l'"ynton. II. K. Amundsen, Una liiindy. Kdna Kellaher. l.i-:ih Herman. N'ora Oakit. and Xi'Hic Painter. The tabl • •hat-fro" of M Public Health Nurses, took place Saturday In the form of a luncheon at Hotel Padre, when much attention was given to local follow-up of the White House conference on child welfare. Mrs. A'lola G. Blodget, principal of the Williams School, .spoko on tho cooperation between the public school principal and public school nurse. She also stressed the necessity of those workng for child welfare to bear In mind tho triple Ideals of development of the body, soul and mind. Miss 131- freda Hprague, county public health nurse, presented a paper prepared by Dr. Madge, Schlotthauer, assistant county health officer, on me recent public health conference held at Fresno as a district follow-up on the. White House conference on child welfare. SUCCL.SS of a. few years ago when Him .. ... „, presented an oriental high jinks. jtive applause for her fino presentation Another speaker at the meeting was j Party December t». Claude Johnson, county probation officer, who talked on "Juvenile Delinquency." Miss ,)ano Barker of A'isalia, president of the unit, conducted the meeting:. Miss 73oroth}- Somervlllc wits hostess. The tables were daintily appointed In a valentine motif. Mrs. H. K. DIcKsoii won apprecia- wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Payne, It la interesting that her little daughter Miss Rosalie will perform the same service Friday evening. Mrs. J. C. Payne, the grandmother, and Mrs. Naomi D. nigney, tho aunt of the bride-elect, presided over the teatables and Miss Cella Baer, Miss Klsio Myers and Mrs. Estello Brown served. In addition to the silver nnd linens of the teatoble, a bowl of red ranun- culas and white freeslns was reflected in a mirror in the center. Two red candles were at either end of tho table and red tapers in candelabra were about tho rooms. Miss Payne displayed her trousseau and shower and wedding gifts to a group of CO friends. She has been the center of several parties since announcing her betrothal at a dinner Surprise Party Harry H. McCullough was the honored at a surprise party and gift shower at his homo recently. Prizes In the games were won by Betty Cielslor and Freda Spring, first and second and Norma Clark and Harry Clark, consolation, Those present were: Messrs, and Mesdames— H. M. McCullough F. H. Clark Misses— Norma Clark Ardeth McCoy Olive St. Mary Betty Ciolsler Lillian Hopple- Jessie Webb WILL OPEN Freda Spring Maxlno Combs Bordeno Harden ' Francos CJolsler J.erece Summers Nacllno Jordan Messrs.— Ilnrry McCul- lougli Charles Davis Frank Ooisler Richard Urcn Cecil Fore Jack Clark Jack Tlnsley Jim Tlnslcy Jack Kenneth Uron Clarence Fore Joo Huskey Li. "W. AVIlson W. Mrs. C, M. Cole, who are In charge of th stunts, refuse to divulge their secrets, but hint that the entertainment will be more spectacular than usual. The juvenile Idea prevails and all members are asked to como dressed as they may have looked when they were very young or as they imagine their friends looked. All must be in costume and only members whose dues arc paid are decorations were in I eligible to attend. Tho only exception .Jessie .Smith and Mes- i '" " le ''iilc of nonmoinbers Is in tho Wlthprow and Mrs. !•'. , of the reading, "Too Old to Matter." «•• NEW COEDS 10 BE CRE ETEDAI PARIY case of out-of-town guests of members. Refreshments will bp served at dames Xni-ji Itii'kpy. Kdna '.'olc. Ks- ilu;r Slangbt'-r, l-'lln TTnnsen. Uose Mnrk> and Ijila Ilyams. Serving Group , K Sherertz. assisted by Mesdames In i-hurgi 1 of serving won. < ia<t I llriberl R. tiuthrlp, Tom Sloan. AValler the olosp of the afternoon by Mrs. Charles I'athe. Josephine Baker. Ihixi-l l.aney. I'lmogene l.aney. Margaret Sutherland, ''arrie Amundsen. Geneviovp Anmnd- s> n. Mary Jngraliani. and Mnry .li»n- PRIZES AWARDED .Mrs. Daisy Kelly and L. \V. Mavvley won the "grand" prizes when the U. s. \V. V. auxiliary met Saturday night for the last of a series of parties at the Oildale Community club hall. Evening prizes were won by Mepdames Virginia Preston. W. H. O'Brien. 'Walter Cooper. George Otterman. T. \V. Nolan. L«?o lleiner. and Marjorle Fagan. special. Miller. Ammi Johnson, 13arl Delaney. Ralph Kaun and r. K. Clark. Mrs. At. .1. Nevejans, ai'tlnR president, announrrss that the affair will begin at '2 o'clock and that the business meeting will be dispensed with. New women students of Hnkersfleld Junior College will be welcomed at a card party to be held by tho Associated Women Students In the women's gymnasium Wednesday evening, February 15. Tho valentine motif will bo carried out In decorations. Committees planning the evening include Misses Juno Myers, Beatrice ! today Allen and Uucllle Ballagh, In charge I brato Engagement Announced Of Interest to many local friends is (he announcement of the engagement of Miss Patricia Colby, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Colby, and Benjamin Johnson, son of a prominent southern California family. The Col- bys are former residents of Bakersfield. The family was well known in social circles here and tho engagement announcement has been received with great Interest In the south, as well as In the northern port of the state. Mr. and .Mrs. Colby and their daughter were visitors in Bakersfleld yesterday at the homo of Mrs.- Colby's mother, Mrs. Eva .1. Nelson, 2U25 ~TT street. . Mrs. Nelson plans to attend the wedding which will bo held March •I in the Episcopal Church In Los Angeles. The bride-elect is u graduate of San Rafael convent, while Mr. Johnson is an alumnus of a southern California university. ! • « * i "Valentine's Day" Party Tomorrow Is Valentine's day, but. I today is Homer Valentine's day, for of arrangements; Misses Mary Do Lacy and Helen Jnggard. invitations: Allsses Esther Bassetl. Lucille Jen- he is 14 years old. To cele- tbe occasion several friends have been bidden to the family residence. 2019 f street, where his mother, ' Mrs. T.eonard Moore Is presiding over I CLUB IS ACTIVE Members of the (torn] Words Booster i'lull, who are a part of the Unity Sunday School, enjoyed a series of stories on Sunday morning of the use of the Good Words pledges during the week. Grapevine Unity Sunday school is reported as enrolling three new members on Sunday. The slogan of the club is "I will speak no evil; I will see no evil: I will hear no evil." nlngs and irclen Clark, admission; j an Informal party. Misses Tessle Williams and Mary | • • • .Ulco Krlckson, refreshments, nnd i Visitino the Croslands Misses Holly Mowsman and Berffle i Mrs. Kay Crosland Fee and her two Alexander, publicity. 'sons, Frank nnd George, were week-! •» • » i end guests of Mr. and Mrs J. AV I Officers of Naom i Cros " ind ' 12ns ° 5 "Z!l Children's Party The sixth birthday anniversary of Floyd Martin, tho son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Martin, G12 11 street, was an auspicious one, a gay party having been Inspired by the occasion. Games, for which prizes were won by Phyllis Medrick and June Cunln, were played. Walloons were distributed. Mrs. Martin was assisted by Elva Morris and Audrey Hughes. Those present included: Jlmmio Greemore Tommy'Kopler Gloria Cunin June Cunin Dicky Bradshnw Phyllis Hedrick Sue Murphy Kr.i Morris Jerry Murphy Wayne Martin Charles Morris Floyd Martin • • • I. O. E. A. Club I. D. E. A. Club members gathered at the home of Mrs. Fred Neergaard, 525 Truxtun avenue, for a bridge luncheon recently. Mrs. Neergaard, like most February hostesses, used a St. A'alentlne motif in decorating- her luncheon table. Prizes were won by "Mrs. M. E. Newcomb. Mrs. E. L. Howe and Mrs. C. E. Smith. Those attending were: Mesdames— Phil Plfer Leason McCoy Dan Mays Frank Burke M. E. Newcomb E. L. Howe C. E. Smith » • • Guest at Kurz Home Mr. nnd Mrs. W. G. Kurz. 1218 Chester avenue, have as their guest, Mr..Kurz' sister, Mrs. L. C. McGrew of New A'ork City. Mrs. McGrew arrived yesterday and will remain for an indefinite stay. She will visit a son in needley, before returning east. En route to Bakersfielil she was the guest of a brother in Los Angeles. .el Flowers IJc Your Messenger VALENTINE'S DAY I here could bo no nweoter tribute to your "best girl!" Choice Cut Flowers—Blooming Plants. \VK TICLKCRAPH FLOWERS ANYWHERK Circle Are Chosen j Mrs. Lylc Bird was elected president of Naomi Circle of First Christian' Church when members met recently at the home of Mrs. J. G. Dale, 301 Monterey street. Others chosen were: Mrs. Floyd Agce, vice-president; Mrs, ('hester Trone, secretary and Mrs. | Dexter Garrett, treasurer. i After the business meeting music was enjoyed and refreshments were served by Mrs. Dale, Mrs. lone AA'lll- iams. Mrs. Oran Dale and Mrs. Chester Trone. Twenty members and 10 children attended. DE GRACE DELBRIDGE Flower Shop 1627 Nineteenth Street I'honc 211 SAM MOSS' BEAUTY SHOP 1713 Eighteenth Street P. O. Market Building We Specialize in OFFICERS AT MEET Charles Shaw was installed master councilor of Bakersfleld Chapter of ( De Molay at recent ceremonies, at- j tended by 150 guests. j Lawrence Elwood was in charge of I the program and Mrs. C. C. Haworth, Mrs. Earl Show and Mrs. Paul Mat-' lock, of refreshments. Mayor H. D. I leaden gave a brief talk and presented awards. Dancing followed with Gerald Adams' orchestra providing music. ICIghteen members attended a valley meeting at Fresno Saturday. A banquet was served at the Italian A'll- Inge. nnd a meeting was hold at the Masonic Temple, followed by a dance. The next session will be at Hanford. On Sunday u state officers' meeting was held at 1 :'M o'clock in connection with a luncheon. I. O. O. r. TO MEET Members 4 of Bakersfleld Encampment No. 92, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, will hold a business meeting tonight at S p. m. at the I. O. O. F. hall here. Refreshments will be served. » GLEE CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS Miss Minerva Tracy, as the result of mid-term elections, will head the Hakcrsfleld High School Girls' Glee Club for the spring semester. Miss ICdna Overton was elected vice-president; Miss June Reynolds, secretary- treasurer, and Miss Norma Jean Graham, publicity manager. During the semester just completed, Miss Graham served as president; Miss Tracy as vice-president; Miss Overton as secretary-treasurer, and Miss Louis Skinner as publicity manager. Tryouts are to be held this week for parts in the one-act operetta, "Lady Frances," by Cnrring-ton, to bo presented by tho glee club at a meeting of the high school Girls' League in March. Tho organization hopes to realize a sufficient profit to finance its May concert tea. Under the leadership of Miss Ivah Fullerton, director, the club sponsored a concert tea a year ago which proved highly successful, and plans now are being made to make the tea an annual event. Sufcway Stores to Sponsor Bureau at Woman's Club Hall This Month <$>-- AA'hilc local house wives are looking forward with excited anticipation to the Safeway Stores Homemakers' Dureati cooking school which will be held here for, three days commencing February 22, in tho AVoman's Club Hall,, not all of them have a, full understanding of tho scope of the organization which Is sponsoring it. Those women who have, In tho past, availed themselves of the many services which tho bureau renders are keenly aware of its value to the thousands of housewives who call upon It for assistance and advice, but even these women do not, perhaps, comprehend either Its size or Us scope. Employs Many Now In Its third year of operation, (he Safeway Stores Homernnkors' Uureau Is not a one-woman organization, nor Is it operated by four or five persons. As a matter of fact, it employs 20 women at its headquarters In Oakland, and many more serve tho bureau In various capacities in different sections of the United fe'tatcs. Founded nearly three years ago by Julia Lee AVrlght, who l.i serving as national director, the bureau at the outset confined its operations to one small office. So swiftly, however, has it gained the confidence and the enthusiastic acceptance of western housewives that it now finds even its present four commodious departments cramped quarters at times. Throngs Attend * The home-making public has been made conscious of the bureau through two principal Informatory channels, newspapers nnd radio broadcasts, and tho cooking schools which the bureau conducts throughout- tho western states have also done much to familiarize women with the services available to them without charge. Last year, approximately one hundred and sixty thousand western women In- 112 cities attended these schools, and this year's total is expected to exceed that figure by many thousands. How carefully Mrs. AA'right has built up the organization which she heads Is shown by the fact that not one of the homo economists of the bureau lacks either university training In household science or practical experience In the commercial field of home economics. Mrs. \Vrlght Is herself a graduate of the University of AVash- Ington and has been in charge of the homo economics department of a newspaper of national prominence. Recipes Popular AVestern women have found the Safeway Stores Homemakers' Bureau a veritable mine of Information' on recipes, entertainment ideas, table settings, meal planning and dietetics. Since its ' Inception less than three years ago, the bureau has sent prompt replies to more than 50.000 letters of Inquiry on these and other subjects pertaining to home economics, and thousands of home-makers In the west look upon the bureau as being vitally important in the routine of their domestic duties. In selecting the personnel under her, Mrs. AVright stresses the importance of a youthful outlook and of youthful enthusiasm. The result has been that while every home economist In tho bureau is a veteran In knowledge and Its practical application, they are, in a large measure, women who have brought to their tasks the enthusiasm and curiosity of youth. National Hero Honored Today in City Schools > • — .-.-— -- —-_-j__ - _ i /i Tribute to Abraham Lincoln was paid today by Bakersfleld city school pupils In various classroom exercises and recitations. The tower grades were Interested In the early life and boyhood of Lincoln while the upper grades concentrated on the history of the period and the significance of the acts of the great emancipator. Every room 'In the Longfellow School participated In a program held on Friday. Thf salute to the flag and the singing of the official Bakersfleld city school song opened the program. Many parents were In attendance at the program which was held In observance of Lincoln's birthday. St. Valentine day Interest was also Incorporated In the numbers. U. SJ.V. CHIEF J VIW SOU1H Commander Ofjcn Present; Mrs. Kctchcm Installs and Institutes BAP1IS1 REVIVAL Evangelist Makes Stirring Appeal Before Local Congregation During u visit of Commander-ln- Chlef William J. Otjen, of tho United Spanish AVar A r eterans, of Oklahoma City, Oklo,., a now auxiliary was instituted in Vatrlotlc hall, bos Angeles, to bo known as Admiral Schloy. Auxiliary No. 107. Tho dignitary was visiting southern California in the interest of the national convention In Lios Angeles In August. Mrs. J. E. Kotchem, department senior vice-president extended greetings from tho department of California and Installed officers of the now auxiliary assisted by Past Department • President Lllllo Archer and Lena, C. Teter. The auxiliary was organized and Instituted, by National Secretary Edna Jildd. Los Angeles camp was host to the commander. Mrs. Ketchem was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jennings of Hollywoodland, and was the honored at several affairs. On Sunday "Old Ironsides" will be in San Pedro harbor, and the Spanish AVar A'eterans will hold Manilla day ceremonies on the deck. It is ox! pected that members from all parts j of tho state, and many national and j department officers will attend, i Department Commander Charles AV. Bennett of Oakland was in Los Angeles to greet the visitor, completing- his official visit in the south. AVIth a capacity crowd in attendance. Harry A r om Bruch, evangelist, opened a revival campaign at the First Baptist church last night. "America Is on the borderland of revolt .or a revival," he declared. Need Spiritual Forces "I say revolt because sin and lawlessness are found throughout tho land. Anarchy lifts its red flag everywhere. Satan Is leading on, endeavoring to make this world a howling wilderness. National leaders have called our attention to this hor- j rible fact. Our late President AAM1- son said, 'The world is sitting on the edge of a volcano.' Taft said, 'If civilization is to be saved It's up to the Store, said: "There is no reason, now BEAU1K EXPERI IS HERE GIVING ADVICE Quoting Helena Rubinstein, dean of beauty specialists, her personal representative, now at tho Globe Drug spiritual forces of the world.' Hard- Ing said, 'The church must not fail us In her divinely appointed tasks.' Coolldgc said, 'AA'c need the religion of Jesus Christ.' Hanson said, 'AA'age earners and employers must give their hearts to God.' Lloyd George said, •If civilization Is to be saved, materially it must be redeemed spiritually.' adays. why any woman should look within 10 or even To years of her age. Science has taught us that the ekin is constantly In a state of renewing itself. Nature, however, does not keep itself young. It needs help from the outside." Madame Rubinstein's representative, at tho Globe Drug Store today, Tues- A revolution that will put that of day and AA'ednesday, will be glad to WAQY SPEAKING "The Americans," citizens of Orange Acres, have announced a meeting at AVilliams School, in tho auditorium. tonight, to be addressed by Senator J. I. AVagy. Russia to open shame will bo ours unless a revival of practical religion is brought to America," continued the evangelist. Call for Consecration "The need of the hour presents to tho church a call to co-operation, consecration and expectation. You will have to go back 1000 years to find the forces of sin and unrighteousness as well organized as today. There was never a time in the history of your world when church membership counted for so little and true Christian experience counted for no much as today." The evangelist urged complete cooperation In the revival campaign and concluded his message with comment on tho power of prayer. The choir of the church sang, "Remember Christ of Calvary." The evangelistic party trio sang, "When the A'ell Is Lifted at Last." J. C. Davis, pianist and tenor soloist, sang "I Know Not." The song service was led by AValtcr R. MacDonald, the thtrt member of the evangelist party. The campaign will continue for tho next three weeks, according to tho Rev. F. O. Belden, pastor. show you how this seeming miracle of "eternal youth" can bo accomplished. She will bo available, at the toilet goods department, for private consultation on Individual skin health and beauty problems. She will also recommc.nd simple and effective home treatments for the skin according to Helena Rubinstein's world-famous methods and she will create for every woman requesting It,' a personalized make-up especially created from Helena Rubinstein's smart Parisian cosmetics, to bring out all the charm and beauty In every type of face. This service is entirely without charge and gives the women of Bakersfleld a most unusual opportunity to take stock of their looks on the advice of an expert. Same formula . . same price. In original form, too, if you prefer r for COLDS ' MILLION MOS USED PHILATHEA CLASS Members of the PhllaUie.i class of Trinity Methodist Church will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Peter Gilll, 916 Jeffer- i son street. L? PERMANENTS $-1 50 Up $O50 to 8' Henna Pack, 50c 3 Dry Finger \Vuvt $1 00 'avcs for. . All Lines of Beauty Work PHONE 500 TO SAN JOSE Mrs. Nellie Jones, 1703 Baker street, left last uvening for San Jose on a combined business and pleasure trip, planning to visit In Cnrmel and San Francisco before returning home. SHE ATE ALL-BRAN TWELVE YEARS WITH FINE RESULTS Delicious Cereal Relieves Constipation Miss Saylor's Chocolates, 50c to $3.00 CANDY As Sweet as the Sentiment of St. Valentine's Day It's a wise man who chooses candy to convey his valentine message. Attractively boxed In HEART-SHAPED containers—it's sure to win your darling's approval. Kimball & Stone The Particular Druggists Phone 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY B.k.nn.ld, Calif. CC Chicago College of Beauty, Inc. 1510 Nineteenth Street Phone 887-.I See us about, our finance plau juid rod u nod rates on tuition. Now i',liiHH uow forming. $5.00 Permanent Spiral or Combination $1.75 Other Permanents, 95c Up Any Three 50c Shampoo, Klnger Wave, Hulr Cut, Arch, Color Uinse. Uuby Hoiinu, Manicure. This ad good for 50c on any permanent over $2, or good for $5 credit on tuition If registered before March 1. Read this very enthusiastic letter: "Something like eleven or twelve years ago, I began eating Kellogg's ALL-BRAN. When I started, it -was called simply Kcllogg's Bran, and I believe it was one of the first products of the kind on the market. "My friends often laugh at my fondness for ALL-BRAN. It gives auch a clean taste in the mouth, and I do not feel satisfied until .1 have had my ALL-BRAN. "If the Kellogg Company should ever stop manufacturing ALL-BUAN, here is one who would be greatly disappointed."—Miss Amy Person, University Park, Iowa. Science says that ALL-BRAN provides "bulk" to exercise the intestines, and vitamin B to further aid regularity. Also iron for the blood. The "bulk" in ALL-BRAN is much like that of leafy vegetables. How much safer than taking patent medicines—often harmful. Just eat two tablespoonfuls daily for most types of constipation. For serious cases, try it three times daily. -If not relieved this way, see your doctor. Sold in tho rcd-and-grcen package. At ail grocers. Mado by .cllogg in Battle Creek. TUESDAY SPECIALS LUCKY STRIKE CHESTERFIELDS CARTONS OP 200 $1.25 Crco- mulsion... 85c Kruschen Salts Pint Rubbing Alcohol 35c Tablets Aspirin, 24s 25c Fccnamint 75c Imported Bay Rum.... 23c 50c Olive on 29e EASTERN DRUG CO. We Always Sell for Less Free Delivery Phone 1732 EXPERT PLATE WORK Reduced Prices Now Dr. Fletcher 622 Kentucky St. Phona 2631. W (N»l ll (ir«nid« ThMter) ( W'e pay cash for old gold, dental 'gold and silver. Get useful dot- Liars for your old scraps of precious metals. WICKERSHAM CO. Nineteenth at "Eye" The face of elen of Troy Launched • Thouund Ships! H*l*n') mticMtu beauty w«i to fam- oui thst ihe w«i kidnaped end h»r husbsnd launched • thouiand ihip« to bring her back home, Sh* certtlnly muif have been pleated to htve her lovelincu ctu«» tuch activity. Sh. lied dttpatched merchant earavent to the far cornert •f the world in icarch ef oili and eintmantt to incrcaie hor allurement. War* theie eipenilve tearchei for beauty rewarded? .... So much, that a thousand shipi s«t <all to recapture it Keep Your Youthful Beauty and Charm ... Helen Oidl Beautiful Steam Croquignole Permanent $1.25 All the curls you need! Complete! Guaranteed! ••.... Other Lovely Waves! Complete! Guaranteed! NEW-ART .... $1.95 TULIP OIL .... $2.95 IMPERIAL .... $5.00 ANY TWO: Kinger Wavo, Shiiuipoo, Hair Cut, Marcel, Cloau-up FacliU, Arch or Manicure 50c Inccto Notox Retouch Skillfully applied; complete with finger (J»Q A A wave or marcel ........................ •-PtJ»> "vf Lustre Oil Soapless Shampoo Will) finger wave or marcel. Revitalizes hair and scalp ........ \ . Wild Rose Facial Powder ...................... 50c STATE LICENSED OPERATORS! NOT A SCHOOL) Phone 5605 OPEN 8 A. M. TO 8 P. M. Le Roy Gordon Beauty Salon Hopkins Building

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