The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 4, 1936 · Page 9
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^psffff^ -i- J THE BAKEKSFIELD CAUFORNIAN, FRIDAY, SEITEMBER 4, 1936 INAV ian Annual Gonclave Calvary Quartet Ettdeavorers Will Be Heard at Sisters to Leave Tuesday SBARBECUE TERN I IP ens Saturday Local Tabernacle 'i--,-" ' Cer tiflca te Given for Fine Recipe to Mrs. Conarty By National Magazine "DEGINNING With registration -" at 4:30 o'clock tomorrow aft* | Oil ling to Follow Ceremony crnoon, cndcavorers from all parta T. . Conarty. 107 I* street, has just been awarded a certlficato of recipe endorsement by Better Homos and Gardens for her recipe, "Refrigerator Ice Cream." j , This certificate, which brings national recognition to Mrs. Conarty, is given by Better Homes and Gardens only to distinguished recipes which POSH its laatlng'toHt kitchen's high standards for dependability, excellence of taste, and family use* fulness. . In addition to the signed certificate. Mrs. Conarty also received etx copies of her endorsed recipe, each bearing the Bolter I^omes and Gardens stamp oC recipe endorsement, which she is giving to friends. , In awarding these certificates, it is the magaine's aim to provide pro- of the county will hold an annual conference over the week end and Monday. Speakers will include the Rev. L. L Chamlee, pastor of Fullerton Christian Church; Misa Jane McCullough, Fresno; Misa Emma Ruth, Reedley; Miss LOIN Reid. Los Antfeles; and the Reverend Norman Crider, county pastor counselor. Verdi Wilson will conduct the social hour tomorrow night. An executive meeting will be held Sunday afternoon. Stunts arc planned for the luncheon hour Monday. Plans Official Visits in North for Fall Busy Schedule and Muss at Guadalupe Church on Sunday The fraternal order, Allanza Hispan a Americana., U olden State lodge No, SI, w|U accept Its new symbolic banner after a colorful religious cer- oniony to be performed by Rev. Father A. C. Stuhlman at Our l*ady of Quadalupe Catholic Church Sunday morning at 7 o'clock mass. The godmothers for tho ceremony are Mesdames Mary Sabedra, Mauriciai comprised of 7000 mcm bers In temples. She will visit 31 districts officially and fta many other temples as possible. Two new temples havo GRAND CHIEF M RS. Earl Shaw, Sr., who was elected grand chief of Pythian Sisters for tho state of California, at Grand Temple, In May in Santa Uosa, will leave Tuesday on official visits through the north which will keep her away until mid-November. She will be accompanied by Mr. Shaw. Shaw heads an organization done by women In their own kitchens, •• Mrs. Conarty'fl endorsed recipe follows: Refrigerator Ice Cream Two large cans milk, chilled; 2 beaten egg yolks; % cup sugar; flavoring to taste; 2 stiff-beaten egg whites Whip tho chilled milk until thick. Add the beaten eggs, sugar and flavoring. Fold in the stlffbejiten egg i j Mrs. Roosevelt Voices Humility TtLDOBFIEiiD, Conn., Sept. 4— J. Bassett, Democratic town Nava, Maria G* Diaz, and Messrs. Vicente Dltnas, Juan Brlonos and Jesus Jimlnez. Following the benediction of the i boon formed this year and many now banner, tho {odgo members, together members gained, with their frlchda, will spend a day at the Shell Park. Tho events will On September 10 she, will visit WilHts, gainer later to Scotia, Red Honorable President Pablo Gomez, who will also act as master of ceremonies for the occasion. Entertainment consisting of Spanish folk n &U11J** chairman, who recently shouted to I f orme d ( and other forms of entei Mrs. RooseVelt to "get off the road' talnment win bo , wd for tho plc(L when her car blocked his. showed suro of tho members and friends, friends today a letter from the Proa- Those who attend will taste the sa- ident'B wife in which she told of feel-j vory barbe iuo and females prepared Ing "very humble^becausb of her| by R pcr80n 8ec uix)d for this special action. Bassett, a high school economics teacher, said it was a reply to a letter of apology ho had written after the Incident. Tho letter, signed "Eleanor Roose- begin with a short address by tho | ding, Alturas and Weed. In O- tober she will bo In tho bay district. Ten conventions will bo attended. Mrs. Shaw han been through the by guitar will bo I local chairs and held other import- per-1 ant posts In tho Pythian Sisterhood. She Is a member of Sunset Temple talnment will bo had for tho plea-1 which will hold Its first fall meeting 1 at K. of P. hall nt 8 o'clock on the evening of September 9, Mrs. Blanche Foley, most excellent chief, will preside. .." **, r* L I "h Mr. and Mrs* Jones to Make Lengthy Journey for Both Business and Pleasure Mr», Earl Shaw, whites and freeze in the tray of an volt," said: automatic refrigerator, stirring twice "I did not know you had been during the freezing. Walnut flavor- rudo. Perhaps being a little deaf Is ing and one cup chopped walnuts, or a good thing. two cups of strained strawberries or j "I was simply conscious that you had pineapple may be added before frees: Serves eight to 10. to swerve far out to pass me and felt very humble." <0 SCHOOL Ready to Get to Wo rk, and Play in *.. SHOES CHILDREN Rugged * * * handsome »tyles... a complete election of oxfords and straps ... quality shoe* to keep young active feet healthyl Expert Fitting. Pencil or TMtt Witk Shoe Purchase! Sizes 12 to 3 MBITOW to WUU • Wldtlu for OBOWINQ GIB1S BROCK'S—DOWNSTAIRS SHOES im w You' such Brand-n GREEN BROW SEEN GREY; . BLACK -> , f Buv ma er heeli.,. just what you want fot scliool! DOWNSTAIRS '': • :v ''^ /•* 1% '•' **•'-** T;I . : '- "]_/ • ',.: - ' •- ' T^ff .w-P^>r BMHp» occasion. Beer and soft drinks will California is proud this year of bo Bold. After the barbecue lunch, having one of its Knights of Pythias entertainment will continue. In tho as supremo chancellor commander, evening, tho Avlla brothers string] The leader is Prod H. Jones now of ensemble of tho local radio station W6XA1 will play. Tickets will bo sold to tho general public. For the convenience of the public to direct picnickers to the park, special signs will bo erected along tho road. The entertainment and music will begin at 11 o'clock Barbecue will bo served at 11:30 o'clock and a program will follow at 3 o'clock Tho dance will begin at 4. Farewell Party Is Enjoyed at Woody WOODY, Sept. 4,—Tho Misses and Gall Rao Insertion entertained a group of friends Tuesday evening at a delightful party. It was in tho nature of a farewell party as many of the young people are leaving Boon to resume their studies. Uamett were played out of doors, tho ground* being prettily decorated with Chinese lanterns. Refreshments of pie and Ice cream were served by the hostesses assisted by their mother Mrs. O. I). Ingornoll. Those enjoying the occasion wore the Misses Jewel Pascoc, Marjorlo Werringer, Gerry,- ISdna Lois and Gail Rao Ingersoll, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Prewett, Messrs. Rex Jameson, 1'Yunk Davis, Ward and Robert Woody, Joo Werringer, Roy Mallby, Robert and Henry Bohna. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ ^^^^^^^^^F^^^^^^^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^F^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^*^^^"^^^^^^* St. Paul's Workers to Meet Next Week Members of St. Paul's Guild of St. Paul's Episcopal Church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Guild hall. All members are urged to attend as fall and winter activities will bo discussed. * Lackawanna Council Sponsors Card Fete J-ackawanna Council, Degree of Pocuhontus will entertain at a card party at W, O. W, hall Tuesday evenine: at 8 o'clock. Five hundred will l>o played; Mrs. Marie Finn heads the committee in charge. Los AngoloH, formerly of Vlsalta. Fruitvale Group LaysJPall Plans KJIUITVAUS. Sept. 4.—MaUinff plans for I ho next quarter, tho monibers of the Fruit vale Union Sunday school met on Wednesday evening at tlio homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ueverly Boynton. A commit- too composed of Mesdninen Hobert Wright, J. M. Gilbert and Paul Krebs was named to eolect officers for tho coming year. A short social hour was enjoyed and refrpfthmentR were served, tho following: Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Krebs. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dlxon. Mm. Clarence Mills. Mrs. lv. J. Vincent. Mr, and Mrs. Hevorly Boynton, Bertha. JBllzabelh. Churlotlo and Charles Krebs, Florence Mills, Clyde Vincent, Paul, David. Donald and Charlotte Boynton and Miss Mlltlrot! Krt'b.s of AnacorlOH, Wash., who IH a house pr\n i «t uf h«-r unclo and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. I'aul Krebs. D. A. R. President •• ^ General Is Visitor Mrs. Smith Begins New Music Term Mrs. Ponr! M. Smith, who has returned from a vacation spent in study at Lo» Angeles and Hollywood. Is re-opening her music studio this week at 1401 K street for pupils of voice and piano. j Mrs, Smith counts a* her pupils j many of tho successful vocalists and | pianists of the city. Sho is also affiliated with tho Sherwood Music School and prepared to teach this course to pupils who desire either tho scope of. conservatory training or the allied course compiled and adopted by the Music Teachers' AM- ] sedation of California allowing high school puptln credit for outside piano study. This is Mrs. Smith's fourteenth j year of teaching in Bakersflcld, she was formerly a teacher In one of tho outstanding conservatories of i tho east. ! Pupils may make appointments by calling the studio nt any time this week or next. Raising Funds to Send Pastor North Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones, 1800* Maple street, will leave this week end on an extended trip through the middle west and eastern part of the United States, They will combine business wllh pleasure as Mr. Jones, who Is refrigeration engineer with tho Oundlnch Plumbing and Shoot Metal Company will visit factories to study modern air-conditioning equipment. Ho will make a study of tho types of equipment and Installation. They will upend a month in Detroit whero tho Kelvinator air-eon- dttloning factory is located. They will visit relatives In Iowa, makes stops In Columbus and Dayton, Ohio, Washington* D. C., and later proceed to New York to h Mrs, Jones' mother. Mrs. John A. Copclnnd of I-ong Heuch. who will arrive on tho Queen Mary from Kng- land on tho lust lap of a Journey around tho world. Mrs. Copelanil left on her trip early In Juno, sailing from Los Angolos for tho orient. Mrs. Cupeland will accompany her daughter and son-in- law to RoKton and to Georgian hay, Canada, whero they will visit Mrs. Copelaud's Blnter, Mrn. John Nicholson, R EV. R. D. E. SMITH, pastor of A!A^ 13.. II /^-P.4-^^1 tt*-.!^———.-. —t^ the Full Gogpcl Tabernacle, today announced a return engagement here of the Calvary Quartet. This quartet, that was here in the early Hummer, will be presenting (he musical program tonight in the open-air auditorium on the church property at Seventeenth and O streets. The four hoys are from the Southern California Bible School which is located in Pasadena and arc just returning from an extensive tour through the churches of the Assembly of God denomination on the west coast They will present instrumental as well as vocal selections, one of the features being a trombone quartet. The program will be amplified so that those who choose to sit in their cars may hear easily, it is announced. Women Jurors of L. A. Are Tolerant j ' Assist in Setting Up United Stales Location Signs for Identification Pre** LOS ANOKL12S, 5?ppt. •Women i United Pretn Leafed Wire) WASHINGTON. Sept. 4.—Mr*. Blacho Noyes, said to be the only pilot ever to fly John D Rockefeller, Sr., has been appointed as an "air- marking pilot" In a Jl,110 f OOO WPA program to provide alrmarkers for location identification throughout tho country. Mrs. Xoyes will co-operate with three others women flyers In the program that will provide a rooftop alrnwrker, or location identification sign, every IB miles in every direction throughout the country. Tho other pilots are Mrs. Louiee | Thaden of Little Rock, Ark.; Miss | Helen Rickey of McKeesport, Pa.; i and Miss Helen MacCloskoy of Pitts* ! burgh. Mrs. Phoebe Omllo, whose husband was killed in an air line crash near fit, Louts, Is in general ! charge of the four pilots. I Mrs. Xoyes wan visiting the home of Rockefeller In 1930 when be expressed interest in flying. He vras | "dellffhtod" with the experience after ! a flight, she said. Mrs. Noyes, of • lesquo show nlone. Questions and answers brought out this fact a« counsel for 13 defendants from the "Hollywood Coos Minsky' 1 troupe* passed approval on Inipanehnenl proceedings today. Tho 13 im> charged with staging' nn Indecent performance. A pan of Tho local couple will bo away for i their roporlolm may be given in two months or longer. j court, it wan indicated. i in 1929 by her husband, Dewey 1 Noyce, air mail and racing pilot. TO ATTEND SKRICK f Members of the Altar Society of St FYnncls Catholic Church will meet lU tho church at S;45 o'clock Saturday morning to form a guard of honor at tho funeral services for .Mrs. Matt Delanty, i in being raised by inter- H within and ouUldo Cain A. At. K. Church to send tho pastor, Iho npvereml IT. C. Olaybrook, to an iinnudl crntvontlon In Oakland. September 3 to H» 1 'ftraiiiH of I ho not paid to the (AnociatrtI Prut fanned IVfrfJ niVEUSTDK, Sept. 4 .— Mr*. Willlam A. HcrKer, president general of ; church who havo tho Daughters of tho American Rev- j conference fund are reminded Umt olutfon, arrived today an tho guoKt ; the- contribution will be welcomed of Mrs. KranU A. Miller, one of tho! Sunday. ownera of the famous MtsHion Inn. Mrs. Becker'H only ^public appear-j anco hero will bo at a tea to bo; given In her honor. Before rot timing to her homo In New Jersey, who will visit Houihern California D. A. R. El Tejon Parlor to Hold Meet Tonight El Tejon Parlor, Native P&ugh* ten* of tho Golden AVowt will meet this evening nt 7:30 o'clock at ICaglen hall. Mlfta Ilalpha Wanders will pro- Bide. Post prcflldotitH convened lu«t j night at 7:30 o'clock at tho homo of *h flavor a Schilling Mrs. Husscll street. 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