Healy retirement, page 2, Bakersfield Californian, 12/14/1938
Healy Is Honored at Local Banquet (Continued From Page Sine) chostra directed by Allan Lambourne Lambourne that played numbers and by the county rural school teachers chorus directed by Miss Gertrude Ganzenhuber, Kern county rural school supervisor of music. The singers included sopranos, Mrs. Mary Murphy, Wasco; Misses Leila Garrett, Arvin; Marie Story, Fruilvale: Lcpha Larson, Maple, Lenora Broadh.ad, Wasco; Alice Stabbart, Wasco; altos, Gayle Adams, Beardsley and Aileen Hartzog, Beardsley. Members of the teachers' orchestra that performed included in addition to Mr. Lambourne, Raymond Washburn, Washburn, Mrs. Beverly Lambourne, Roger Casier, Miss Dorothy Feige, Mlss Lai ] a Fulkerson. Miss Lillian Feaver, Herbert L. Blackburn, Mrs. Margaret Crawford, Miss Dorothy Snapp, Miss Leona Forrest, Miss Doris Beckner, Miss Betty McLain, Miss Katherine Stock, Bruce Wilbur, Miss Barbara Hostetter, Miss Lorraine Lorraine Smith, Sidney Hoot, Miss Opal Moore, Miss Barbara Perron. Mi.ss Ruth Donat, Miss Evelyn Cavala, .luck Parlier, Miss Clarissa Green, Miss Alice Compton, Flossie Hoffman, Howard Ami, Eleanor Rehdorf. Eloise Thompson, Miss Arabell Brown, Ted Chism, and Allan Lambourne. Lambourne. Group in Cliarpo The committee that arranged the fete in co-operation with many subcommittees subcommittees representing: the entire teaching profession in the county included; included; ,T. David Laird, representing the Bakersfield city principals; Mrs. Juanita Pettis, Bakersfield city ele- mentary teachers: Dean Smith, Kern county division of the C. T. A.; M. G. ! Ross and Miss Elizabeth Spears, Taft division; Mrs. Catherine Cav- j ana,gh of McFarland, Kern element- i ary teachers; Mr. Olson, junior past president of central section, C. T. A.; R. Petteys. Delano, E. P. Janes, Shatter, Kern county secondary principals; J. Harl Tener, supervisors' supervisors' staff; D. R. Renke of Mountain View, Kern county elementary principals. principals. Miss Ganzenhuber had charge of the music and Miss Anna Maude Anderson, Anderson, Kern county rural school supervisor of art, co-operated with Mrs. Cavanagh in planning the charmnig decorations and favors that' came from many school dis- tricts throughout the county.