The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 10, 1936 · Page 15
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 15

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 10, 1936
Page 15
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' •' -J '. ^ ^,--.'-;, .: .; ^"-^tf^«^|BH ;^"*r;vAB<$p^l •i^^^^^i^^^^^L.f,- ' A'TjEjVj BAKERSFIELD CALIPORNTAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1938 MB CONDUCT City Principals, Directors Hold FIRST LUNCHEON Meetings Today Miss Moon Rayon Calendar Resumed for New Season; Several to Attend Underwear Old Morality Play Will Be Vivid Spectacle Tonight at Premiere HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 10.—"Everyman," world famous festival play, will open u, limited engagement at Hollywood Bowl with a gala premiere tonight under auspices of tho California Festival Association. Johannes Poulsen, director of the Royal theater of Copenhagen, produces the play, which is the second spectacular offering In tho Festival Association's effort to establish hero an annual festival season such as those at Salzburg, Austria, and Mai* vern, England. The association launched its program two years ago with tho presentation of "A Midsummer Night's Bream," produced by Max Reinhardt. Georgo Houston, opera singer, .will have the title role of "Everyman," and Mrs. Leslie Carter, stage and screen veteran, will play the part of his mother. "FOURTEEN city school princl- x pals held a conference this morning with L. E. Chenoweth, city superintendent of schools, and this afternoon the directors and supervisors of special subjects held a similar parley. The sessions were given over to business appertaining to the opening of schools, policies and curriculum. On Saturday morning, the general staff meeting of all the teachers will be held at 10 o'clock at the Emerson School auditorium. Preceding this meeting, 24 new teachers will meet with the city superintendent. In the afternoon the teachers and principals will gather at their respective buildings. !••••»•*••< ^^•^••PVB HOUND TABLE A round table meeting will be held by officers of Tejon Court No. 41, Order of the Amaranth, in the green room of Hotel 131 Tcjon at 1 o'clock Friday. Mrs. Olllo Seegar is the chairman Jn charge. Los Angeles Event Four members of the Zonta Club will attend a school of Instruction Saturday and Sunday In Los Angeles, according to plans made when members met for their first luncheon of this fall Wednesday at Padre hotel. Those who will make the trip are Mrs. Claude Clodgret. president; Miss Kunico Uebele, Mrs. Fred Wldmor and Mrs. Alice Faris. The club will meet fortnightly, the next Session to bo at the homo of Miss Minnie Frelso, with Mrs. Boulah Curry presenting a talk on fashions. •Among those attending the luncheon Wednesday were MesclamoH Claude Blodget, Beulah Curry, Alice Farrls, Georgia Worden, Maude Conroy, Alfred Slemon, Misses Una Davis, Minnie Frleso and Eunice Uebele. \ ave ess ou control its very economical. The modem message NATURAL GAS HEATING! Days are still warm. But don't let winter slip up on you. Be ready ahead of time. Choose your Natural Gas heating Then when chilly breezes start the furnape* unit now. buying rush among others, you can sit back and smile. for your all around surprisingly low. Your dealer can give details. w units deliver so m See Your Now/ Dealer joaguin I N ONE of the block rooms of Mina Oorothy Crowo*B Nursery School, 2121 Park Way, which Is reopening Monday morning, the children will be greeted by modernistic rnurato 11- lustratlng six nursery rhymoa. These bright figures Include King Cole, M IBM M uf f ett, Mary, Mary Quite Contrary, Simple Simon, the Three liltllo Pigs and Bo Peep. They wero palnlod In le«a than three wnoka by Jean AVoodaon and Edward Compton, pupils of Mra. Huth Iloil Kmeraon, with poster paint on three calclmlned walla. The work was dono free-hand and all designs aro original with the artlntR. The exprcBSions are excellent and tha work well executed. That the pictures will meet with ecstatic favor of the children, goes without saying. Many Attractions Those figures are but one feature of a gaily appointed school which stresses self expression, character building and "getting along with a group." Miss Crowe this week is register- El Tejon Council Giving Card Fete El Tcjon Council No. 216, T3egreo of Pocnhontas. -will sponsor tho second of a series of card purlins Friday afternoon nt 2 o'clock in Eagles hall, devoted td five hundred and pedro, prizes to bo awarded in both ffaineH. Mrs. Margaret Claflln and Mrs. \Vlnncfred Dolagnea aro the co- host oaaca. El Tejon Council will meet in regular session Friday night at 8 o'clock In Kagli»8 hall with Mrs. Gall Caldwoll, Pocahontns, presiding. Following the meeting a potluck social hour will bo enjoyed. All members aro asked to bring sandwiches, naiads or other viands. (James and dancing also will be enjoyed. El Tcjon Council will sponsor a public curd party Wednesday. Sep. tember 10 at 8 o'clock nt tho home of Mrs. Gail Culdwell. 2742 Hovler street, Descanso Tnrk, devoted to fivo hundred. Kight prly.e.s will bo awarded; refreshments will bo served. Wimodausis Club Convenes Friday For their first meeting of fall members of Wlmodausis Club of Bakerafiold Chapter No. 125, Order of tho Eastern Stnr. will convene at tho borne of Mrs. D. H. Newell, 101G I street, at '1 o'clock Friday. Mrs. George Ramsey will preRlde In tho absence of Mrs. Agnos Montgomery Knar, who IB In l*aiwdeim. Mrs. UaniHoy IH asking u full uttomlnnco. Tho cotmnltteu on refn\sbnu»ntfl in- cludea MesdameN I'hil Collins. J. \V. Culllton, K. Ij. Hurton, II. D. llcadon and A, S. Hrown. Ing children from tho ago of 2H to 5 years. Her school provides, among other thing", opportunity for learning rhythm, music appreciation, creative dancing, simple dramatizations, clay modelling, finger painting, water color, elementary French words and phrases, exercises on slides, Bee- saws, climbing poles, swings and sand boxes. Gay Or sits This fall, each youngster will find a freshly painted desk and chair fitted with rubber caps. These are In colors of red. green, orchid, yellow, purple, rose, gray and orange. Tho desks bold the children's beads, crayons, * sticks for designing, and other cherished belongings, In the block room one catches a glimpse of clothespin dolls, bennbaga and other alluring objects; In other roomn one's eye IH captivated by growing plants, fifth, linoleum designs, a miniature French phono and tho like. Miss Crowe hn« taught children of every nationality from 6 to 16 years of age In England, Franco and Canada, but IOVOM tho nursery school work beat of all. 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