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Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - August 27, 1926, Bakersfield, California Eight Bakersfield morning Echo Friday aug St 21, 1926of interest to women of Bakersfield and Kern county Complete ready Moose members from Bakersfield to hear Leader department chairmen Are named All plans made by mrs. Wyman committees arc now Complete for the year 192c-27 in the Bakersfield woman h club according to announcement last evening of mrs. Alfred Wyman president who has returned from a vacation in the North. The club will be organized along a lightly different lines this season having a Fine arts department instead of the Harmon la and drama groups of other years. Mrs. Burr Quot Willard is chairman of this department. The other department of the a Lub la the civic which is headed by mrs. C. A. Hare and includes As Ita leaders mrs. P. A. Hamlin and mrs. It. E. Chenoweth. Parliamentarians for the coming year will be mrs. Edwin d. Buss and mrs. J. O. Nickels. Mrs. G. H. Gra Liam has been named publicity chairman. Mrs. George Gurr is chairman �1 the program committee. She will be assisted by mesdames Burr Willard h. K. Dickson James Parker f. A. Smith Guy Garrard Laurence Taylor a. B. Campbell and mrs. J. P. Cuneo vice president of the club. Mrs. J. K. Lilly is financial Secretary. Mrs. George Haberfelde is chairman of the finance committee and mrs. Lillian Sharland vice chairman. Other members include mesdames e. B. Budge Homer Rogers Monroe Homer George crome a. S. Boode Frank Williams c. B. Web a Ter a. B. I Terrington w. B. Morgan and Ben Brundage. The membership committee is comprised of mrs. W. W. Kelly chairman mrs. Alphonse Weill mrs. H. V. Miller mrs. A. D. M. Osborne and mrs. L. C. Ii och. The Ushers live been appointed As follows mrs Frank Edwards chairman Mes a Lam of Gerald Harris Seymour Sweitzer c. A. Venner Fred bos Well Carl Ingalls and Leon Wolf. A Large hospitality committee has Lieen appointed mesdames Frank Haimes chairman Paul Matlock vice chairman ii. W. Aliens Carl Winberg Louis Allen Lenry Eissler George Price a. P. Foute t. F. Allen Frank warts worst w. F. Hubbard George Hay f. A. Williams Chris Helbling s. G. Tryon Curtis Gilbert Leo g. Pauly and a. L. Cal coun. Those who will Joe responsible for Juie philanthropy of the club As a unit include mrs. Subert Leidy chairman mrs. F. N. Sawyer vice chairman mesdames w. F. Gouty a. J. Sutherland George Holm Ruist Tod Mosier b. In. Brothers j. K. Thrasher c. E. Arnold c. A. Barlow ii. K. Peacock and p. J. Mccutchen. The Courtesy committee will be beaded by mrs. D. L. Wishon chairman and mrs. Jamos Ogden vice chairman and will include the following members mesdames Martin Coyne ii. A. Spindt j. W. Crosland Harry Mccray c. L. Taylor w. S. Fowler ii. M. Seron w. C. Harris p. D. Smith l. E. Nance c. C. Leg a Ron Howard Galbraith w. B. Dan Ford and Howard a. Peairs. What is by no Means an unimportant committee is that in charge of decorating. This your mrs. Sidney Greeley has consented to act As chairman. Her assistants include mrs. A. J. Oilman w. B. Heynen Elmer Williams w. R. Dumble i. Iken Jerg e. R. White and c. E. Pryor. Officers of the club besides mrs. Wyman Are mrs. P. J. Cuneo vice president mrs. H. J. Brandt record a ing Secretary mrs. Otis , corresponding Secretary mrs. F. C. St. Clair treasurer mrs. O. It. Kam Prath auditor mrs. Lulu Chase Bouse manager mrs. George Gurr curator and mrs. T. F. Burke mrs. Nathan Strauss and mrs. Arthur crites directors. Is hostess for jewelled movement is popular Brilliant beads adorn frocks ladies of the Edison at Delano entertained at Bridge Delano aug. 25.�?members of the ladies auxiliary of the Edison club were entertained during the week at the Home of mrs. A. J. Davis. Routine business and other club matters were disposed of after which the afternoon was pleasantly passed about the Bridge tables. Mrs. Ray Little was Given the prize for High score and mrs. Gus Berger the Consolation. Present were mesdames marshal h. Cook h. C. Grubbs Rodney Bacon Pardue Roy Thomas Fred Kenney Ray Little Gus Berger and the hostess. A. Vander Nail Len or. A. Vander Nail Len jr., supreme Regent of the Royal order of Moose who is to visit big Creek saturday and sunday september 4th and 5th, is one of the five regents of the Moose order of which the Hon. James j. Davis u. S. Secretary of labor is chairman. Or. Vander Nail Len As commissioner of conciliation in the department of labor is also special representative of Secretary Davis. Regent Vander Nail Len a great traveler is a splendid orator and an entertaining speaker who interests not Only members of the Moose order but also the general Public. The Regent will include in his party his Secretary Andrew Hass also an orator of note j. Nichols and c. D. Gadsden Moose officials from Oakland. The visit of these officials is the result of a meeting held in Bakersfield May 15th, at which delegates from All the Valley lodges decided upon holding a Moose legion conclave at big Creek upon a Date which would enable these officials to be present. Guy c. Hendrick of big Creek ii. H. Hill d. G. R. Of Visalia and j. T. Stanton of Bakersfield Are members of the committee on arrangements to make the visit of these officials who come from afar a pleasant and impressive one. A Large number of Moose will attend from Kern county among them being ii. A. Dudley Jos. A. Bios c. E. Zimmerman Samuel Dye Allen Combs r. M. Jerome h. V. Hettes Heimer w. R. Mcmillan Earl d. Coats a. E. Becker Geo. E. Sheehan and j. T. Stanton. . Ii by Stutte Boaro social and Persona Kellys conclude lengthy vacation or. And mrs. Rogers now in Philadelphia i or. And mrs. Homer Rogers Are i now in Philadelphia enjoying the ses i qui Centennial exposition according to letters received by mrs. Alfred by Man who with or. Wyman had orig finally planned to make the trip with the travellers. Or. And mrs. Rogers took the Steamer Manchuria through tiie Panama canal. They visited the old City of Panama and Havana. They found shopping in the armenian bazaars of Panama particularly interesting and were entranced with the beauties of Havana. They Are planning to return to Bakersfield the Middle of next month. A a. Mrs. Radebaugh returns after spending a few Quot Days in Visalia mrs. E. S. Radebaugh has returned to her Home Here. A a a Griffiths Back from Long Beach or. And mrs. Donald Griffith and son Charles Are Back from a fortnight s visit in Long Beach. Home from fortnight s . S. W. Kampe is Home from Long Beach and other Southern resorts where she passed two weeks. Loica organization commended for activity in booze crusade x at a state Board meeting of the California Congress of mothers and Parent teacher associations August 24, in san Francisco the Bakersfield federation and the seventh District were commended for their recent activity in behalf of crime suppression and Law enforcement. Committees from the associations had waited on City officials to plead for greater enforcement of prohibition particularly among minors. At this week s state Board meeting mrs. J. W. Voorhies second vice president for the state and mrs. F. G. Matteson president of the seventh District were present from Kern county. The meeting was at the Bellevue hotel. Mrs. Matteson remained in the North to attend a school of instruction in . A. Work in Berkeley mrs. Voorhies remained to meet with the Board of directors. Mrs. Matteson reports that the first sectional conference under the Bureau of organization of which mrs., j. W. Voorhies is director will be held in Bakersfield at Emerson school september 28. It was decided to hold the state Board meeting in the future on the second tuesdays of alternate months. The state chairmen planning to attend the Bakersfield meeting include mrs. C. C. Noble of los Angeles chairman of founders Day mrs. Harry Crebs of los Angeles chairman of emblems mrs. A1 Smith of los Angeles chairman of Congress publications and mrs. B. F. Ferris of los Angeles chairman of membership. The Bureau of Community life will play an important part at this meeting to which All interested workers have been invited. The next state Board meeting will be in Fresno october 11, at which time the location of the next state convention will be decided. A full representation of state Board members from Bakersfield will he in attendance. Entertains ate Sierra Vista ranch is scene of enjoyable Bridge party Delano. Aug 26.�?.mrs. Jack w. Owen entertained during the week at her country Home on the Sierra Vista ranch Northeast of town at a Bridge Artemon. The Home was attractively decorated with greenery and Flowers from the Sierra Vista gardens and three tables were arranged for the game. Mrs. Lano Burchett received first prize for High score mrs. Donald Henley of Georgia second and mrs. Lawrence Abbey Consolation. Punch was served during the play and Dainty refreshments concluded the afternoon. Present were mesdames Donald Henely e. A Roberts Lynn Bower Dean l. Sears Lano Burchett George Haddican j. E. Pettijohn b. F. Strad Ley Lawrence Abbey o. J. Whitten Oroville Hall and the hostess. Seasons come and go and leave the Mark of their silhouettes As Happy memories. This season the very bouffant frock rivals the gown which is smartly draped in the evening Mode. There is bound to be a flutter and flare to the Silhouette which wins favor this summer. Just now beaded fringe and silk fringe Are to be found lending a note of Grace to the summer formal frock. Designs in either All Over pattern or in carefully placed positions ornament Many of the favored frocks. The Moonbeam glitter supplied by Silver embroidery and beaded fringe is particularly effective in the summer Moonlight. Colors Gay and which Are frequently contrasted in startlingly Beautiful effects Are to be found creating some of the most interesting silhouettes of the season. The Mode demands a change both in line and colouring and now there has come a gown which is Graceful in the extreme and colourful in Appeal to add to the season s wardrobe. The gown which glitters is always smart and just at present when it glitters in jewelled fringe it is particularly pleasing. The Black evening gown has become an important item this summer. It is smartest among colors for evening and when combined with fringe it is triumphant in Chic. Rhinestones frequently gleam in an interesting manner on the Black Chiffon gown and Many evening dresses which feature the popular Bolero Are brightly edged in Rhineston a. Diamond ornaments Are seen illuminating the All Black gown As Well As its Brilliant hued sister formal frock. A Petticoat effect in jewels which Falls from beneath the fill and flowing skirt is new and smart. Quot Many of the formal dresses now possess Long streamers which Trail gracefully to the floor. These May come from a shoulder or from a draped Side effect and prove equally smart. Wymans return from North or. And mrs. Alfred Wyman returned wednesday from a three week s vacation in Del Monte san Francisco and Points in Marin county. M to hold Outh trip to spend saturday and sunday nights at Camp Nelson Delano aug. 26.�?members of the Delano rotary club Are planning for an annual week end Outing which will be held on saturday afternoon and sunday aug. 2sth at Camp Nelson. Members of the rotary with their wives and families will drive to the Mountain resort shortly after noon or before if they can leave their business casting Dull care behind them and will return to town sunday night. Frederick Welch is chairman of the committee which will be responsible l or All arrangements of the event and a Fine time is anticipated. The speaker before the club at their regular weekly luncheon was l. R. Raley member of the Bakersfield rotary and prominent member of the Safeway stores company. His subject which he handled ably was Quot business mrs. Williams Back from South after completing a three weeks vacation in Long Beach los Angeles and other coast resorts mrs. Seth Williams has returned to her Home Here. Former residents Here overnight Monroe Goldstein and wife of los Angeles arrived in this City last evening in route from Fresno to their Home. They were guests overnight at hotel Al Tejon. Or. Goldstein is manager of the elks club in los Angeles. He was formerly a newspaper Man being employed in this City on the morning Echo last summer. Or. And mrs. W. W. Kelly 130n Eye Street returned yesterday from a six week s vacation. They passed five a weeks in Santa Cruz Quot during which time they entertained mrs. Edward Kelly and son Kenneth ten Days and or. Kelly for a Short time. Their last week was enjoyed at Piso. Mrs. I Kelly said yesterday that the beaches had Boon cold that Bakersfield s warmer climate was greeted with Relief. I drs. Burney and Van meter careful dentists 1421 nineteenth St. Phone 175 Why be discouraged come to soon a for Herb Trent ii fonts on the following Catarrh Miliaris Illuv fever. Chronic Couch. Paralysis. Asthma Luik trouble bronchitis. Stomach trouble female disorders. Lumbago. >.eural-Kia, Kidnie v. Diabetes. Appendicitis. Ulcers tutors. Eczema. Blood l Otson. Rheumatism debility in men and All other chronic and private diseases. Poo Wah chinese Herb co. 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Patent strap Model with charming trim of Lizard or the Plain effects in Spanish cuban and Flat heels .$3.95 Black kid straps in cuban and Flat heels .$3.95 Patent straps made of soft pliable Patent leather in Sandal or strap effect with or without color inlay. Sizes 5 a it to 8, $1.65 to 11, $2.25 11& to 2, $2.95. 75 pairs at $1 Odds and ends of Black kid and Patent leather strap slippers and oxfords. Sizes 5 to 2, 75 pairs at $1 a pair. Boy shoes school not a political advertisement but the announcement of our candidacy for your dry cleaning x. Conservation of your wardrobe real savings in clothing Cost for you and All the family these Are the Cardinal planks in our platform. We Are progressive and have a record of which we Are proud. 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