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Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, February 16, 1933
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* ,?- , ' , "• THE BAKERSFIELD CAL1FORN1AN, Tjil^SDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1933 SOG1 EXPERT TO TALK FOR GA» CLUB Mrs. Martha E. Phillips to Be Guest'Speaker Here Tuesday Night Thret talks will mark the meeting of (lie Bakersflt-ld Garden Club on •next Tuesday evening at 7:!10 o'clock nt the Knifrson school auditorium when Mrs. Martha 'B. Phillip* 1 of San Francisco, authority on gardens and flowers, •will be the out-of-town guest lecturer. i Mrs. Phillips will lecture, on the gardens nnd flower shows of England and .Scotland. She hns traveled extensively -nnd Is thoroughly conversant on gardening topics. TI. A. Anderson, president of the club, and an Instructor In the agricultural department nt tho local high school, will talk on grades of nursery stocks nnd their handling nt homo. Forest Lynn, also a member of tho .high school faculty, who Is known , as Hn enthusiastic chrysanthemum grower, will lecture on chrysanthemums and their culture. This talk will bo a forerunner to n distribution of chrysanthemum shoots planned for the March meet- Ing of the club. • MASOOBflLL EVENTJF TONIGHT Armln lodge of Hermann Sons and Its auxiliary will entertain at a masquerade dance tonight at Moose hall, to which the public is invited. Dancing will start at 8 o'clock. Prizes, donated by local merchants, will 'offer a special Inducement for the dancers to come In costume. Music will bo provided by a four- piece orchestra. Refreshments will be served. BIBLE CLASS MEETING The women's Bible class of First Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Clifton Cumby, 001 East Eighteenth street, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, for a regular monthly session.. LADY CUBITT Engagement of Lady Irene Cubltt, «lder daughter of the Murquli and Marchioness of Camden, and James C. Clark,, wealthy American sportsman, was announced In London when her divorce from the Honorable Archibald Cubltt waa made absolute, Clark, heir to an American fortune, had been divorced. Jaysee Debaters to Meet U.S.C. Teams Members of the Bakersfleld Junior College varsity debate squad . will meet visiting teams from the University of Southern California In two debates scheduled for tomorrow afternoon afid evening. War debts will be the topic for debate. Bakersfleld Bel.a chapter of Phi Rho PI, national junior college debate fraternity, will give a luncheon In honor of the U. S. C. speakers In tho high school cafeteria tomorrow noon. The first debate Is scheduled for 1:30 o'clock, In conjunction with a Junior college student body meeting, and the second will be held at 7:30 p. m. In Room 10 of the Junior College i building. Bailin's Fashion Shop CASH RAISING SALE The response to our appeal to the ladies of Bakersfield and Kern County was gratifying. However, we did not raise the necessary amount of cash and must continue our sale .for Friday and Saturday FEBRUARY 17 FEBRUARY 18 We are offering values equal to those obtained in the beginning of the sale, and in many instances much greater. FROM 9 TO 10 A. M. FREE FREE WITH ANY PURCHASE OF DRESS OR COAT 100 Brand New Spring Silk Dresses For SPORT, STREET and AFTERNOON.^ Misses' and Wofnen's Sizes 14 to 46. <p Real values to $9.85. To go at •• feoo PEER GYNT READ BY THEATER UNIT Introduction and Music Add to Interest of Second Gathering In addition to the reading of "Pear Gynt" (Ibsen) last night' at a session of the new play reading section of the Community Theater at the home of Mr, nnd Mrs. Dwlght L. Clarke, 1800 Beech street, musical accompatilments were provided by Mrs, Clarke at the piano and an Introduction from "The Quintessence of Ibsenlsm" (Bernard Show), was presented by Mrs. Keith S. McTCee. Mrs. Clarke played "In Mall of the Mountain King," "Anltra's Dance," "The Death of-Ase" and other parts of Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 (Grieg). The time and place of the next meeting will be set at a session of the Community Theater board Of dl- reclors Friday night. Parts were read last evening by Lieutenant Bob Powers, Miss Marjorle Fairbanks, D. S. Atwood, Miss Josephine Wiley and Miss Fay Helm. The cutting of the play was made by George ingelow; D. S. AtWood, president, presided as .chairman. K.C.i[¥ET AT HALLT 25 Members Make Trip to Tulare Parley; Report to Be Given Twenty-five members of the local council, Knights of Columbus, Journeyed to Tulare last night to attend a valloy meeting. A report on proceedings will be presented at tho Bakersfield council session tonight at K. C. hall. C, Ray Holmes will preside. At the valley meeting last night Jno Fitzgerald of Vlsalla, district deputy, was the principal speaker. Mr Fitzgerald reported a gathering hek recently in San Francisco in honor of Martin Carmody, supreme knight. At the conclusion of the meeting the Tula re hosts presented entertainment, and a buffet supper was served A report on the membership drive will be heard at the meeting here to night. HUD PARK CLUB HAS A large crowd attended the supper md program held recently by the Ilghland Pnrk Community club. L,. J. Gutherlc presided at the gathering. Following the business meeting, lommunlty singing was enjoyed under he leadership of J. H. Dougherty, with Mrs. Dougherty presiding at the piano. Among the entertainers that were applauded were: Billy COT and La- Vlnla Cox in a song duet; Lorraine Doane and Louise Dougherty In a tap dance: Ross Anderson, tap dance; Mrs. J. H. Dougherty, vocal solo; Billy Cox, piano solo. ' A reception committee to take charge of the next dinner meeting to be held Monday night, February 27 was named by the president. The members of the committee are: Mesdnmes C. B, Anderson, W. C. Cox, A. IS. Sherwood, A. E. Jones, J. H. Daugherty, and R. W. Inness. The entertainment committee, of the club will hold a meeting Monday night at 'the clubhouse. SOCIETY Delta Thtta Tau Events Final plans' were made for an an- ual bridge party at Hotel ttl Tejon 'hursday evening, March 2, wheli the lamma XI Chapter of the Delta Thota 'au sorority held Its regular business neetlng at the. home of Miss Alice lober, 240ft Sunset avenue, \Vodnes- Ihy evening. ."• . The decoration* will be in pastel hades and tho refreshments will bo n buffet style. Miss Bettye Short Is halrman In charge, assisted by Miss N'aoml Barrett, Mlse Vlvlun Kava- mugh, Mrs; Olen Stow, and Mrs. Phil Ilckox. . - ' Tho next social function of the so- wlty will bo a dinner and formal Inl- latlon held Jointly with the F.psiloii Thota Chapter' of Taft, which la nltlatlng six members. Mlse Kava- nifUgh Is the chairman In charge from he Gamma Xl Chapter, Members of the sorority are: Mesdames— Harry Llbby Glen Stow Arthur Erwln Sim Dunham, Jr. Rimer Goert/ John Campbell Leonard Thomp- - Joel Reynolds son James Arp, Jr. Lester Friclt . Phil Hlckox Misses— Vivian Kavun- ISdythe Banaugh dettlni Lucille Myers Ueraldlne Hall Alice Heber Lena Consanl Naomi Barrett Hottye Short Lillian Reynolds Peggy Smith Verna Llbby Opal Jackson Margaret Bishop Mercedes Jeffries • * * Dance Report Given Miss La Vaun Long gave a complete report on a dunce at Stockdale Saturday night, when members of Alpha Psl chapter of the S|gmft' Phi Clammu sorority met last evening at their olubrooms In the Woman's Club building. The affair, attended by 87 couples, was hugely enjoyed. Music, furnished by "The (Collegians," a 10- plece orchestra, scored a hit, accord- Ing to Miss l,ong and others on the committee, Miss Mildred Foloy and Miss Lucille Curnow. Plans were made for a' formal banquet and initiation at Hotel 111 Tejon probably In the green room, Wednesday night at 7 o'clock. The later rites will be held in the clubrooms followed by bridge, with Mrs. Howard Callaway and Mrs. Charles Conklln In Charge of arrangements. „ Those present were: Mesdames— Freeman Cham- Gottlieb Koch bless George Carlson Eric Johnson Denver Smetzer Charles Conklln Howard Liister Howard Callaway Robert Stockton Misses— Martha Graham Virginia McLean Virginia Voor- hles fedna Bauin Eleanor Johnson Luclle Pesante Mildred Foley Mary McKee "Katharyn Sprague La Vaun Long Dorothy Allen Lucille Curnow Birthdays Celebrated . '• Five birthday *. anniversaries, were celebrated recently, when Misses Fern Nielsen and Dorothy Graham entertained Jointly at their homes, 2116 F street and 019 Pacflc, respectively. Honor guests Included Miss Lois Denond, MIPS Nielsen and Miss. Florence Burrows, and Hulln Hayet and Carlos Hill. The event was also a 'arewell party for 'Miss Marjorle Graham, who will leave soon to continue her studies In Walla. Walla, Washington. . , The early hours of the evening were spent at the Nielsen home where games, and jig saw puacles provided entertainment, The first course of. a light supper was served'by 'MlM 'Nielsen, assisted by her mother, .MrSi B. J, Nielsen ,and sister, Mrs. Bornlce Watson. The young people gathered at the Graham residence for games with going to Miss Lola Denottd and Taylor, The final coin-so of the dainty repast was .jBerved- by Miss Graham. Those present wore: Men*rs, and Mesdames—••' Hulln Hayen E, J. Nielsen Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Graham Misses— . ' Fern Nielsen Mfirjorlo Qfaham Loin Denond Charlotte Hln- MttrRiuet Brad- man ley Mnxlne McDon- Florenae Bur- aid rows Dorothy Graham Gloria Hill Messrs-- Charles Hill Russell Taylor Bflwyn nude Reginald Meikie Dodda Bryant Oliver Frame IBIdon Gully James Anderson Orval Graham Thtta Tau Theta Sororrty Discussion of a spring dance -o: which Miss Reglna, Degan Is chairman, and-Informal plan-making for a spring conclave In May occupied members of the Thetn Tiiu Theta sorority during- the business hour at 'the home of Mrs. Louis G. Wheeler, 1027 A street, • Wednesday evening. Entertainment was furnished by tho pledges! Miss Elizabeth Painter, Miss Martha Gundlaeh, Miss Frances Laird am) Miss Margaret Williams. Bridge was played with the prize won by Miss Frances Laird. Two special guests, Miss Halpbji Sanders and Miss Margaret Wright of Long Beach, were present. A valentine motif was chosen by >lrs. Wlieeler for her decorative ar- \ uiiRement. The girls will meat next at the home f Mrs. Cleetls Arml.stead. Members of the chapter Include: Mesdames— Lloyd Richards Rao Redfern Cleetls Armi- Stead Alfred Randour Floyd Parish CABARET PARTY PUB Enteftaiiierg Chosen for G&lu Fete to Be Held Here Saturday, Feb. 25 . f • • A large number of entertainers have already been Signed up to furnish bright: spots, at the cabaret dance to be held by the'ushers' committee on Saturday njght,'February 25, lit the Bakprafleld 'Wo'mnn's Club. Among those who have promised to give of their taien't Hint evening will, bo >ytlllam Rnbb, vocalist; Uoretta Miller, acrobatic dancer; Sarah Pearde and June Knlser, a jn«z. tap team; Tjorothy Hollnday, nccordlonlsV, Mrs. Alberta Smltn, vocalist; Miss Anderson,, dnnoo soloist; and Mrs. Walter Jnynes, Vocalist. The party plans are rapidly, taking shape nnd judging from the number of reservation already received, It promises to be one of the outstand Ing social events of the year. A popular orchestra has been en- Raged for dancing, anft a room Has been set aside for those wishing to play cards. ' V. F. W. PERFECTS FETE PLANS r FRATERNAL Tejon Court Party' Tejon Court, No. 41, Order of the Amaranth, • will' hold a card party [Friday night at the home of .Mrs. Ella Mae Means, royal matron, '1815 Sixteenth Hli-eel. Bridge and five, hun- dre'tl will be .played. Refreshments will be served.' The public is Invited. W. B. A. Meeting : At a short business meeting of Kern ReylAw, No, 60, W. B, A., last nlglit-, .. balloting on candidates was held ( and announcement, made that the policy of a late member had been paid in full February 4. • " ' 'feli ^/tables were formed, for bridge ancl five hundred, prizes' going, to MI-SI Martin, Mr*. Anna Portnell, Mrs, Duel and Mrs. BaM Parish, U Bern- orlle, Mr. Martin and Mrs, H. B). Hobson (special prize). Lodge Meets Tenlfiht Bakersfield t.odpco, No. 224, Y. it A, M., will hold a special meeting tonight to confer the .'second degree. Refreshments will be served. All master -Masons are' cordially invited, Tl, 13. Smythe will preside as worshipful master. Club to Meet The sewing club of the United Spanish-American War Veterans' Auxiliary will meet Friday afternoon al the home of Mrs. Mary Persei. Friday afternoon at 2 o'Clockf Mrs. Maude Hawley will preside'. The Persei home j Is at 1724 Blanche street. I B. of Tho VOCALIST TO BE IN 120 Brand New Spring Silk Dresses SPORT, STREET, ATFERNOON and EVENING. Misses' and women's sizes 14 to 54. Real values to $16.50. To go at. '. U^fU 9 140 Brand New Spring Silk Dresses STREET, AFTERNOON, DINNER and EVENING. Misses' and women's sizes 14 to 52. Real values to $25.00. To go ul..... t-r m. ^/»JM^M 14 40 New Spring Silk Dresses Misses' and Women's sizes 14 to 48. $5.00 values. To go al 2 100 New Spring Sport and Dress Coats All new materials, silk-lined and hand-tailored to go at *9 85 to $ 25°° ' All sizes—Euch garment 1 worth double. Group of Winter Coats St. Valentine's Party February, a favorite month for parties, was chosen for an affair given by the Misses Dorothy Moore and Thelma L«gg, at the home of the former. At the games, prises were given to Frances Grothaus, Betty Bennett, Mavone Malloy, ISlolse Reynolds, and Peggy Sprayberry. Those present were: Betty Bennett Therman I^egg Mavone Malloy Mozelle Sullivan Dorothy Moore Frances Orothaus Naomi Frlezen Elaine Reynolds Peggy Sprayberry Thelma Legg For Quisle BalaaTa Gussie Balasls was a. guest of honor when a children's party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neer- gaard, " 825 Truxtun avenue, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Xeergaard . was assisted by Mrs. G. Balasls and Miss Marie Neergaard. Valeritlne games were played, with a prize won by Marion Clayton. The children attending included: Gussie Balasls Ruby Jean Xeer Ivan Crosby gaard Irene Balasls Coleen \Veatbay Phyllis Plfer Real $25.00 and $35.00 values at only $10.00 120 Brand New Spring Hats $5 a ( J 0a . nd$7 - 50 . valucs ....$2.95 »„, $3.95 Follow the Crowds! Come Early! t Bailin's Fashion Shop 1804 Chester Avenue—Next to First National Bunk Schilli airrerencf between fine pepper and poor ptfper is only a little iking. But it j just those little things, that make the difference between fine cookinf ana ordinary cooking. COFFEE'TEA-»AKINO POWDER • EXTRACTS Daughtry AVhar- ton Harold Wudman Howard Steward (TafO Frank Sehainblln Hay S til well Mlssos— Virginia McCormac Athene Steven. son lOllzubelli Davis Louis 0. Wheeler RegUm Dcgan Verna Croson Lucille Hanks Ruth Manning Frances St. Clalr Plans were completed for n Wrmh- ington,'s Birthday party at Moose hall February 22 at 8 o'clock, when Harold Brown Auxiliary Xo. 1468, Veterans of Foreign Wars, met Wednesday evening. Three candidates were balloted, on and one wni initiated. Seventeen post ftnd auxiliary members will present a play, which will be followed by refreshments provided and served by the post. Dancing will conclude the evening, which Is open to all post and auxiliary members. Plans were laid Tor celebrating the sixth anniversary of the auxiliary March IB. The committee In charge Includes Mrs. Harry J. Chapmnn, chairman; Mrs. Walter KamliiHkl and the past presidents, Mrs. A. D. Munden, Mrs. Tom Downs and Mr.". Grace Brown, assisted by Mrs. Harker Cun- nlncham, president. Past presidents and pOHt members are invited. The auxiliary has n roster of 100 j members In good standing, H was an- lounced. • Preparations were made for the ortnation of an auxiliary sewing club o meet on the second and fourth Fri- ay of ouch month at the homes of lembers. The first will bo with Mrs. Valter Kamlnski. 24 Qulncy street, t 2 o'clock. The object Is to sew for he Red Cross and for the veteran hospitals. A president will bo chosen or the meeting at the Kamlnskt tome, as well as a name for the club. The women hope to make their quota of bed Jackets for the Snwtelle hospital. . Dirllng-Thomas Wedding Miss Mildred Darling will become the bride of Glenn E. Thomas this evening at 8 o'clock at a, ceremony to he performed by the Rev. Charles B. Hulme, pastor of First Christian church, at the home of the bridegroom's mother. Mr«. Queenle A. Thomas, 911 Eighth street. The couple will be attended by Miss Lois Hoot, bridesmaid, and Harvey A. Thomas, best man. A tmiill reception for 20 gue*u, members of the two families and Intimate friends, will be followed by the departure of the couple by motor for Los Angeles where they will spend a week or longer. Before returning to live at the Annacourt, on P street they will fly to Catallna and pay a brief visit to Ennenada. For the ceremony the bride will be costumed In her going away outfit, a dark traveling suit, with accessories to matoh. *-»* 'P T A li 0 11 0 £li» Shafter Delegation to Attend Revival A delegation of participants from Shafter will take part In the services to be held tonight at the First Baptist church conducted by Hurry W. von Bruch. visiting evangelist. A male quartex from Shafter will sing. The new fiectrlcally lighted cross will be In place tonlgHt, It was announced by "the Rev. F. O. Belden, pastor. The evangelist ancl his party appeared before ii high school student audience yesterday and were enthusiastically received. In his address last night the evangelist said: "I believe In a whole Bible, not a Bible full of holes. Not n prophecy In this book staggers me. However, the promises do. Thirty- three thousand promises to you and me are contained herein. ' A neglected Bible means a neglected soul. A neglected Bible means a neglected God." R. T. Meeting \ Ladles' 'Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, Oil Center Lodge. No. 308, will meet Friday afternoon nt 2 o'clock at ICaglea hall. All members are asked to attend. A luncheon will be planned. W.emen of the Moos* Women of\ the Moose will hold a regular meeting Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Following the business session the side In a membership drive designated as the "pink elephants" will present a surprise entertainment. La Estrella Club La Estrella Club will meet Friday at 1 o'clock for a pot-luck luncheon at the home of Mrs, C. F. Martin, 1617 Beale avenue. Mrs. Nell Lusk la president of the club. OLD FAMILY ALBUM 10 BE PRESENTED "The Old Family Album" will be re- vlveil Friday night when Washington and Horace Mnnn P. T. A.s hold a joint meeting at Washington School. "H Is hoped that this meeting, In commemorating the founding of th« organization, will start a new trend in P. T. A. •rt-ork—that of two or more units working harmoniously In a common cause. Localities adjoining each other .have many problems and Interests in common, and a Joining of forces toward B certain end means success many times where a smaller group may fall." said Mrs. Albert B. Weft founders' day chairman, In comment- Ing on the Joint meeting, which Is an Innovation in P. T. A. circles. The. members of the two groups wll meet nt. 7:80 o'clock for a busines *<«f<Mon. Nominating committees wll bo elected nnd other business dispatched. The program will be as follows N'urnbers by tho Washington 1 Schoo orchestra;'talk by George Wear on th early days in Bakersflold; planaloguei "The Family Album": mothers' chorus; candle-lighting ceremony conducted by Mm. J. W. Voorhles; "Auld Lang Syne" .(orchestra). « Refreshments will be served In concluding the evening. Stanley Mulford, Baritone, to Be Soloist With Local Or- , chestra, March 23 Announcement that the BakersflaM High 'School Musicians' Club, would sponsor as. the next event on'Its annual concert series a recital by Stanley Mulford, baritone, of Taft, with' the Bakersfleld community orchestra, under the direction of Harold J. Burt, was made today by Miss Ruth Morgan, adviser .of the club, The date set for the concert Is March 28.. • The policy of the local Musicians' Club Is to sponsor the appearance of valley artist of note at least once each season, and the selection of Mr. Mulford. for this honor is .considered a particularly happy choice. Mr. Mulford Is known not only throughout the valley, but fn southern California as well. % He won the'Atwater Kent radio audition In Kern county this year, and frequently has been heard over the radio and In other concert program* of this district. . Two dates, the. first of which will be the March 23 concert, remain on the .Musicians' Club calendar for the year. Plans for. the concluding evon\ have not yet been completed, accordr trig to Miss Morgan. Director Burt and the community orchestra are already nl work upon numbers which they will play In con- nection'with the Stanley Mulford program. , • . RE-ELECTS LEADER Harold Cnrlock, veteran drum major and cometlst of the Bakers- fleld High School Boys' Band, waa e-elected president of the organization for the spring semester at th* regular mid-term election. Other officers named were Wesley Chesterman, vice-president; Jay Rees, secretary-treasurer, and James Ponton, manager. * The band, directed by Harold J Burt. head of the high school music department, Is now preparing for Ite formal spring concert, to be presented In the high school auditorium on the evening of Friday, May 6. A part of the program will be preaented In connection with the annual eighth grade visitors' day exercises slated for the afternoon of May B. Numbers which the band la rehearsing for this concert are 5"«at Overture In C (Turandot), by Vln- cenz Lochner; Arkansas Traveler (Old Fiddler's Breakdown), by David W. Gulon; Suite for Military Band' -(from Sigurd Joraalfar), by Edvard Orle»; Dance of the FtjMt'Uea (Caprice), BT F. H. Losey; La, Burlesque (overture), by Franz von Suppe, and .Thunder And Blazes (march), by Laurendau. A special feature of the concert will be a marimba duet. f" NEW BEAUTY PARLOR Open for Bqsiiiess in HENRY HOUSTON BARBER SHOP Specializing in Natural Permanent Waving Will Not Burn the Hair MRS. JEAN HOMA Operator and Manager Phone 1039 1811 K Street Hotel El Tejon A DELIGHTFUL PLACE IN WHICH TO EAT Where You Get the Quality at the Loweat Crj»i Special Rainbow Trout Dinner.... Club Breakfast, 2Bc to 60e Lunoh«§, GOo and 86c Dinner*, (Oc to $1.50 A. Delloloui T-Bone Steak Dinner, $1.00 Assorted Toaited BandwIchM, IDo El Tejon Matlft F|e« a U Mode, IBc < rpUPMAN, Feb. 16.—The Elk Hills i. P. T. A. met recently for the regular monthly meetlnjt with Mrs. Robert Kirkpatrtck, president, In charge Following a short businem meeting foundorx' day program was enjoyed. Music was furnished by the sohoo orchestra. Mrs. Myrtle Casley, president of the West Side Council, spoko on "Legla latlon." J. O. Ross played a trombone sol and Juanlta McFarland favored with a piano solo. A trumpet quartet, consisting o Robert Klrkpatrlck,.. Harold Ed Ing Otuy Olbvon and Marlon Htrlnger, and a violin solo by Ulendean Roberts, ac companled at the piano by his' »lst« Doris, completed the musical pro gram. A pageant depleting the founding of the Parent Teacher Association was given. * Mrs. Marvin Baker and Mrs. Earl MoKarland represented Mrs. Burnle and Mrs. Meant, drons«d In the costumes of th*lr day, and appeared as pictures In a frame, Mrs. Klrk- patrick and Mrs. Ross were readers. Mr». W. B. Wilder represented the spirit of P. r. A. and lit the candles In the candle servld*. nefreshmentM were served In the cafeteria, following the program. A benefit entertainment will be given ut the nchool auditorium February 24. Among the entertainers will bo members of the dancing class of Miss Mary Bloyd, und th'e 50-ptece band from the Taft High School. The proceeds from tho anlrrtaln- ment will be used for welfare wurk In Hi ft district. I A ticket selling contest nan been engaged In by thn pupils of tho uchoul. A targe attendance Is anticipated, > The mumbers of the Vlnoland Parent Teachers Association ' will entertain at a card party tonight at 8 o'clock at Dl Giorgio clubhouse. Bridge und five hundred will be played and refreshments will be nerved. Relief Cor,ps Women to Go to Visalia Federation No. 10 of tho Woman's Relief Corps of the valley will meet. In Vlsalla Thursday. Mrs. Uertha Fenton, department Installing officer, will be assisted by Mesdamcs Margaret Summers, Sadie WllllaniK, Minnie Campion,' Mary B. Hainpson, Oraco Clauinltzer, Rosa King, Georgia Oreenletif, Minnie Lane, .Margaret Hopson, Irirm Payne, Ada Crosluiid. Anna Portnoll, Wllla Aubrey, Margaret Hopson, R. O. Chapman, Gludyt> Owens,' Marie Walton*, Ada Stewart, Rose Valencia and others. Tho W. R. C. drill team will meet Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Mem- hern have been asked to be present promptly at the time set. Jigsaw Puzzles and Cards for Party Cards and jigsaw puzzles will 'furnish entertainment when the DuMolny Mothers' Club, P:ist Master Councilors and .majority members of the t)e- Malay sponsor a-pnrly tonight "Hit tho Mltsoiilc temple. and refreshments have been arranged. New officers will preside at their first meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the teirtplf. The oession will be. it short one, according to Charles Shaw, master councilor. Children's Colds %f^ Yield quicker to double «ction of Stockdale Dance Saturday Evening A 10-pleoe orchestra will furnish music for -the dancers at the Informal monthly frolic- at the Stockdale Country club on Saturday night. The dances 1 are a popular feature of the club Nodal program, nnd a record crowd Is ' anticipated Saturday night. ' *-«-• St. Paul's Guild Has Social Meeting: St. Paul's Guild held a nodal afternoon yesterday In the guild hall, Mrs. C. E. Wykes presiding. Entertain-* ment was furnished by Mrs. Laura B. Nichols, pianist, and Mrs. George C. Cunningham, soprano. Mrs. H. W. Scott and Miss M. D, Garden* who retired on January 1, as president and treasurer, respectively after several years' service, nnd Miss L. M. SweUzer and Mrsi Frank Smith, who continue as vice-president and secretary, respectively, were agreeably surprised by the presentation of bouquets by .Mrs. \Vyken. the flowers being donated by Mr*. C. L. Herod, a member of the guild. The afternoon concluded with tea served by a committee of officers and tnembei'H. POSTPONE Awarding of slllt AWARD quit to oiVe of pnlrciM.s of ISllzabelh Heln'ft Beauty I'M r lor, 1324 K street, has been postponed ufltll March 16. FOR. BU Firemen know ih«t Unguentlne stops agonizing pain and helps heal without Duly scars. Ask your druggfot for. the red-and-vellow lube, SOc. BUSINESS CLINIC MEETS A lengthy session of the Uuain Clinic was held Wednesday evening at the Unity Truth Oeiijer, IBtiflVi CheH- tor avenue, nt 8 o'clock. Special tnp- Inn roiiMldorml In meditation and prayer were: law, Its IIHOH and administration, tho lil»tlii!r U'gdllsm,. elimination of usfllcHM and obsolete IIIWH, thn guidance and protect Ion of those on- IruHted with law ^nforcciiienl, and. decorum and L'tlik'K of public offlc(als. The next meeting wll 1 be held on Wednesday, February 22, ut 8 o'clock. -- •-»-* FAMILY DINNER The Missouri Club will, hold A "family potluck dinner" at First Christian Church February 17, at 6:30 o'clock. All former residents of Mis- courl are Invited. Learn the Secret of Lovely Women Tiny Hues and wrinkles don't show with new, wonderful MBLLO-OLO face powder. Stays on longer, pre- veikB large pores. Unsightly shine goes. Made by a new French proc- e8K, MIOI01,O-QM) HprnmlB with Hiii-prlHlng HinoolhiiuHHno "flrtl<y," "pawty" look. Cannol Irrllalo the inoBt HnuBlUvn skin bocaime it IB the pin-out powdnr known. Bewitching frugruiiuo. Buy MELL.O- OLO today. SOc und $1.00, tax paid. Klmball & Stone.—Adv. 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