The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 16, 1936 · Page 7
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 7

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, September 16, 1936
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THE CALIPORNIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEt'TEMUEK 16, Kern W. C. T. U. Workers imual Conclave KM LAID FOR . STATE Local; W. C. T. U. to Entertain Big Convention Here on October 13-14-15 Final Instructions were given by Mrs. Hattte C, Young ot Los Angeles,, state recording secretary of tho Woman's Christian Temperance Union and general chairman of publicity, to tho 18 chairmen of committees at a luncheon held yesterday in the green room of Hotel 131 Tojon, regarding their work in connection with the fifty-fourth annual state convention of that organisation to be held in Bakersfleld, October 12, 13, 14 and 1C. :• . • Mrs. Kva L. Schultz, president of the Kern county branch, acted as presiding officer, Introducing Mrs. Young, who clearly defined to each chairman her respective duties. Programs of the convention were passed out and each chairman was asked to sell 10 tickets or more for a banquet to be given In tho Spanish ballroom of 151 Tejon Hotel on the evening of Thursday, October 1C, Following the luncheon, tho group gathered on the lawn of the hotel Where photographs were taken. Chairmen In attendance, beside Mrs. Schultz and Mrs. Eliza Du Vail Ot Taft, vice-chairman, were: Banquet, Mrs. Tl. L. Heber; courtesy, Mrs. ISva L. Sennit?.;, checkroom, Mrs. F. 1C. Perrlne; decorations, Mrs. W, S. LlcbendoCer; exhibits, Mrs. Georgia Stork; hospitality, Mrs. C. Haworth; Information, Mrs. C, L. Miller; JiincheonH. Mrs. J, F,'O'Brien; music, Mrs, Honald Q. Clark; pub' llclty, Mrs.' Lorlno Marshall; pint- form, Mrs, M. J. Clayton; pages Mrs. A. T. Douglas; post office, Mrs. J. D. Arney; reception, Mrs. J. W. Tucker; registration, Mrs. O. W, Ulster, rest room, Mrs.'Phillip Dennis; ushers, Mrs. George Ho wall. Schilling V O A delegates parts in attendance ot the, county, W ITH from .all the forty-fourth annual convention of the Women's Christian Temper- anoo Union of Kern county, got un- del- way today at tho Taft .-F'r«rt)y* tcrlan Church. Mrs. lOva I>. Schulti, of Bokersfield, county president, conducted the opening ceremonies. Opening Services Tho convention was opened with congregational singing led by the Reverend Robert A. Young, followed by devotional services conducted by Mrs. A. C. Pouglas, county evangelistic director, welcoming addresses were made by tho Rev. C. L. Wright, pastor of tho host church, and by Mrs, E. Duval, president of tho Taft W. C. T. U, Imports Mrs. Phillip Dennis of Ann Gordon Union ot Bakersfleld responded to the welcomes on behalf of tho visitors. Reports ot county officers' scheduled were those of Mrs. .tt. It. Beber, corresponding secretary; 'Mrs. Ivah Clark, recording secretary; Mrs. W. W, Gilbert, treasurer; Mrs, Schultz, county president; Mrs. M. Marlon, county secretary on the Loyal Tern- peranco Legion. Chief Speaker Mrs, Hattlo Corllno Young, state recording secretary and guest of tho Rabbi Abramson Sees Need of Interpretations for Youth of Faith With the observance of Rosh Jashonoh scheduled to open in B'iml acob temple at 8 o'clock tonight and ontlnuo through Thursday and Friday, Rabbi Maurlco Abramwn of Angeles who will be hero to of- Iciate during tho Jewish services, ms written a brief article on the meaning ot tho spiritual ceremonies. Rabbi Abramson, who Is of the mod- rn school of Jewish religion, stated n his communication; Meaning of Words "The word 'Ro«h,' meaning 'first,' used hero instead of 'Rlshon,' vhlch Is tho proper word in Hebrew or "first," because 'Rosh' has moro neanlngs: namely, a leader, a head- eadcrship in the Spiritual sense. On Haahonoh wo must submit to eadershlp — go ahead by promoting unity, to find a solution to problems what is at present the 'Jewish jroblem of vital Importance?' It Is he 'Jewish education of our children' — as wo find In Genesis 18;I9, vhere In speaking of Abraham, God laid, 'For I know him that ho will command his children and his house was announced as a "State Convention En leaves fragrant from the garden they grow. TWO GUESTS-ONE PRICE No extra cli»rg» for two parions occupying the same room THE MAYFLOWER LOS ANGELES' NEWEST moit centrally lo««Md downtown hotel. Directly across from U>» Blllmoro adjoining beautiful Library Parlc RATIS CUARANTEID AS PUBLISHED 3SO GVfST KOnMS Doublt Itdi Cholc*. Twin or Doubla $2.50 53.00 $3.50 "'• ' ' mtftk HIKHKHI Tell ittn'i Aav* lt> fccrjoln,' All Outside r^oemsr All taylppad with tub. xhower orcomblnitloh bath MONTEREY COCKTAIL ROOM Dlinlflid • Intlnnte • Imart G*ragt—Sin>irt to door 10c--"lu and out" MAYFLOWER HQT5L 515 SOUTH GRAND AVI. ONE PRICE-TWO GUESTS convention, speaker on thuslasm." Mrs. II. S. McCleos, president of the Delano Union, wns on the pro gram to lead memorial services and Mrs. Murcta Strom, president of tho Shafter Union, to direct the noontide prayer. Other Summitries Following a luncheon served by tho Taft Presbyterian women, tho afternoon session included in addition to congregational singing, prayer led by Mrs. A. T. Douglas; reports of local presidents ot all union*; reports from tho departments Including Mrs, Douglas on Christian citizenship; Mrs. B. B. Emery, Flower Mission! Mrs, Marion Wolf for international rela- tlons for peace; Mrs. Emily Mo- Cutoheon, literature; Miss Mary Baird, medical temperance; Mrs. C, C. Haworth, motion pictures! Mrs, H. H, McCless, religious education; Mrs. Helen Hairston, favors; health, Mrs. M. Kay; union signal, Mrs. Q. Farroll. Kloction of Offlocrb Election of county officers was scheduled. Present leaders arc Mrs, Schultz, president; Mrs. Anna Tucker, Arvln, vice-president; Mrs, Ivah Clark, Bakerafleld, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. W. W. Gilbert ot Bakersfleld, treasurer. Committee Roster of Club Organized The first meeting of the executive board of tho Patrons' Club ot the local Junior college for the 1936-81 year was called yesterday by Mrs, H. C. Roland, president. After the report of Mrs. Max ShaffYath, secretary, tho following committees wcro announced: Mrs F. J. Mulvana, membership chair man In place of Mrs. Lawrence llendsch; Mrs. Andrew Hancock -scholarship chairman; Mrs. II. A Splndt, chairman of finances; Mrs Ruth Browne, motion picture chair man, and Mrs. C. \Vykes, historian Plans for raising money for the next annual Patron's Club scholar ship award were discussed. The next meeting will be held tho third Tuesday of October. All parents of junior college student!) are in vited. The Morning AftcrTaking Carters Little Liver Pi Us PHILLIPS SCHOOL OF MUSIC All Instruments Reasonable Rates OFFICE: 1512 Nineteenth Phone 1398 Free Lecture Is Slated for Friday The art of homomaklni; will be tlv subject of a froo lecture by Mrs Jerome Grays to women o£ Bakers flold Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Legion hall, 1391 Seventeenth street. f Practlcnl Information on good houHekeoplng, correct dress, baluncei menus, school lunches, honlth and hygiene cxerolBcs and how to pro moto harmony and happlnooa In Hi homo, la Included. Those who have heard Mrs. Gray report that her address in dptlmlBtl and entertaining. All Interested persona are cordially bidden. Cash for Old Gold Do Not Sell to Stranger* Wlckersham Co, lys" ffri*H», T Woodcraft Sponsors Successful Party Sequoia Clrolo No. 300 ontortolne rocontly nt tho fourth of a series of curd imrticH at tho homo of Mr» Vcrim BpragUP, 1205 Klghth street where flvn hundred WBH played 1'rlzos were awarded to Mm. B. Stoll Mrs. Mary Smith, Mr. Bturglll, Mr Harper, Mrs, Lucy Mlntor, travel Ing, and Mrs. Mary Smith, draw. WEDDING LICENSES Marriage HOOUHPB were leaned In I,as Vegan, Xev., September IS, t Mlfis Mildred AVollnmn, 24 and Ken noth G. Aubrey, ^4, both of Bait ersfleld; Lawrence HraiivlR, 22, an Helena Lean, S3, Bakem'U'ld; Clar eneo T), Paulson, 42 and Hra Barton ti, Bakersflejd and James M. Lance 44 and Anna M. Yost, 2C, Taft. *iil*p, t tip. M «»lMi*lt n«ci. Brilliant Speakers Chosen for Kern Federated Clubs IMPS told after him, that they shall keep ho way of the Lord.' It Is to arouse sufficient interest in our youth for Judaism, to Instill In them lovo for he fulfillment ot God's laws and commandments— *tho.t they may as slst In tho perpetuation of Jewish deals. Tho teaching of tho young element should impress them that by Word of God' is meant an honorable Ife. squaro dealing toward every- jody In business or social life; good citizenship and promotion of justice and good will between all elements of society. Tramilalo Prayers i "Hero Is the solution to nil tho j above questions: Let every rabbi, as .ho spiritual lioad of his congregn- Ion, dedicate one day tho Rosh Hashonoh service, entirely for tho younger folks; let him deliver un nterestlng sermon on that day and .ranslalo certain prayers in English .hat our children miy havo a proper understanding about tho significance of tho holiday. "Tho rabbi should stress In his sermons that our youth, in organizing circles nnd clubs, should include in their programs not only matters pertaining to social activities, but religious, educational and Intellectual as well. Tho foundation for all these improved organizations should be mapped out during tho high holy days, "Our slogan should be, as tho Talmud mild; 'Tho day is uhort, the task Is great—If not now, when?' Promote Ideals "What a blessing to the world are parents who adorned with graco themselves and who are successful In loading their offsprings while young and teaching them tho ways and the laws of God. During tho high holidays our aim should be to promote among our youth Jovvlsh and American ideals, which our fathers so dearly preserved and reserved. Our now year services prayers Include not only prayers for our own wall-being but we also pay for (ho welfare of entire mankind and for the promotion of world peace." Everett Jones Is Reopening Studio Everett .Tones, local teacher of popular piano, announced today that he la now receiving tho enrollments of now and former pupils in his studio at 2499 Nineteenth street, During the Mummer months, Mr. Jones made a thorough study ot th6 piano techniques of such exponents of modern music an Leo Sims, George Gershwin. Rube Bloom, Fats AValler, ISddlo Puchln and Frodo Grofo. In previous years Mr, Jonos limited his classes to thn adult pupil, but this fall ho Is offering a special augmented coursu to tho young student that la interested In popular music. And In addition to bin regular instructions, ho will aUo give studies In piano and orchestra arranging. Aid Society Will Convene Thursday Members of tho Ladles' Aid Society of First Congregational Church will moot Thursday, September 17, at tho church ut 2 o'clock. Officers arc asking a full attendance an plans for tho coming month i will bo made. ' RS. GEORGE) OS^BR, president! Kern County Federation ot Women's Clubs has outlined an Interesting and instructive program for the season of 1930-87. The tint county meeting will be hold Thursday, Oe-j toper 16 with tho Wasco Woman'a Club OH hostess, the morning being devoted to a business meeting followed by noon luncheon, Tho chief speaker of the afternoon session will be Mrs, Franklin P.. Wray of Davis, Calif., state chairman of legislation nnd state government contacts. Since Mrs. Wray has made a special study of the problem of taxation her talk will be both timely and helpful Is as- slating members to understand the measures which will appear on the November ballot, Delano Hostess Tho second county meeting will be with tho Delano Woman's ClUb on December 2 t and Mrs. D. W. James, the state president, will be speaker. The personality of tho speaker and her success as a olub leader give assurance ot a large attendance. On February 12, J937, the Worn, an'u Improvement Club of Marlcopa will havo charge of the county meeting to bo held at Its clubhouse, and Airs. Edward W. Glllls, elate chairman ot institutional relations, will bo the speaker. Mrs. Glllls hus given much time arid effort to tho study of state institutions and la well qua! Ifled to speak on tho subject. At Panama March 9 The next county meeting will be held March 9 with Panama Woman's Club and Mrs. J. C. Bradbury of Orosi. president of the San .Too- quln valley district, will give an address. Tho progress of tho Sau Joa- quln valley district under the leadership of Mrs. Bradbury has been outstanding, nnd her popularity as a speaker gives assurance of a large audience. Tho lust county mooting of tho year will bo on May 6, but. place of meeting is as yet not decided upon, Mrs. Osnor urges that all club Mrs. J. Bruce Payne of Bakersflcld; American citizenship, Mrs. u « ,• - A R T cU iGeorge Morris to Report New McFarland; American i ° ' Smith of homes, Mrs, R, L. Keys of Fellows; club Institutes, Mrs. William Garrison Ulery of Wasco; conservation of natural resources and wild life, Mrs. S. T. McCawley ot Delano; Federation News and Press, Mrs, W. it. do Blllier of Bukersfteld; foundation fund and federation extension, Mrs. C. Pi Morgan of Shatter; history Association at Meeting of Local Camp Formation of a W. O. W. Clerks' Association of the Tenth district was effected Sunday in Tin-look and Oeorge A, Morris, clerk of Bnkors- field Camp No, 460, was elected president. Monthly meetings will bo and landmarks, Mrs, Herman Splndt ft, o at v«rlon. owl,s In Tdlatrlot nr u.i/.....ri.M. Tn^i.., «.«if.~, xi«. lu '" •". MU IONS towns in tne oiatrici, of Bakersfleld; Indian welfare, Mrs. Hugh Allen of Bakersfleld; Industrial and school arts, Mrs, P. L. Arnold of Shafter; International relations, Mrs, Philip Maerzke of Delano; Institutional Interests and narcotics, Mrs. ,1. W. McNeil) of Wasco; legislative nnd law observation, Mrs. Walter Osborn of Bakersfleld; literature nnd dramatics, Mrs, W. F. Dickinson of MoFavlavid; music. Mrs. A. F. Hoi- napple of Delano; public, welfare. when members meet In regular session In W. O. W. hall. Applications will bo received In connection with a fall membership campaign, for which attractive cash prizes are offered. On September M, the first fall mooting of Knelnttas Junior Camp i Chief of Police Will Give Talk . for Church Unit T30BBUT POWERS, chief of po- xv lice for Bakorofteld, wW speak on civic questions when West Park Circle of First BapUst church begins Its fall sessions Thursdny at 2 o'clock at the home of Mm, W. E. Sholar, 2806 San Emidio street. Friends as well as members arc being; invited. Mrs. Lee Arnold will preside. , Mrs. Hnrlow Wright of Taft; radio | N'«- 16 will be hold under the dlrec and motion pictured, Mrs. A. H. Me- jtlon of Mrn. Ivy M. Borgwardt. Many Fnrlnnd of applications havo been received. Guitar and Spanish Will Be Taught Here Beginning this week Bakersfleld will have a new language and mimic studio for teaching ot guitar and Spanish. The studies will be In charge of Roy Busby, guitar teacher, nnd William J, Grandoschok, Spanish teacher. Tho studio Is located above tho Jonson Optical Company, 1512 Service street. Individuals and classes will be taught, the hours to b oflved by arrangement. Names of Prospective Local Candidates Desired by Committee Women who Intend to Join the Bakersfleld Woman's club this fall were urged today to make themselves known to the membership ' committee. In order that their names may be Included In this year's club roster. The year book is now on the press and the membership list is being held for a few days in order that tho roster mar appear In the book as complete an possible, according to Mrs. R. P. Fuller, chairman. Women wishing to affiliate themselves with the organization are urged to notify Mrs. Fuller or members of her committee who include: ' Mwtlainea Keith 3. McKee, L, E. Chenoweth, F. C, St. Clatr ami • George Bahrenburg. members throughout tho county attend us many county meetings as possible. State Chairmen Other speakers who will come to Kern county clubs during tho year will be Mrs. .1. P. Thill of Santo. Paula, sluto chairman of gardens, j who will bo with polano Woman's j C'lub on October 7; Mrs. Grace Y. Hudson of South Pasadena, state chairman ot community contacts, at Panama Woman'o Club on January fi; Mrs. Frederick Sehwartu, state chairman ot Industrial and school artw, at \VcdnoHilny Afternoon Club of Shatter on April 19. On April 0, 7 and 8 the BakorufloM Woman's Club in conjunction with tho other clubs of Kern county will bo hoHtess at tho district convention to be held at tho club homo of Bak- crsfield Woman's Club. Besides the speakers already listed many clubs throughout tho county have engaged speakers on the amendments which are to IMS balloted on In tho November oloallon. Mrs. Owner reports that all club programs arc planned, year books being printed and the clubw of Kern county nro looking forward to a busy and happy year. County Chairmen Mrs. Osnor, whoso homo Is Do- Inno, Calif., has tho following county offlcera as assistants: Mrs. James Mnrrltt of Taft. vice-president, Mrs. Webster Chirk ot Hnkcrgfleld, treasurer, Mrs. C. J. Houpe of Delano, secretary, Mrs, Barnh 1'tupp of Mnri- copa, auditor, Mrs. W. H. Jahant of WHSCO, parliamentarian. County chairmen ore: Hostena, I Ivy Thimble Club | Enjoys Park Meet j ~~ i Politick luncheon wn« cnjoym! In connection with 11 buHlncim meeting of Ivy Thimble Club, NelRhborn of Woodcraft Tuosduy ut Heate 1'nrU, Mrs. Jenn "VVellB presided. HOM<JSSC>H wcro MeNdtimes lOvalyn Tlco and Kllzuboth Kdu'iirda. Enjoying tho occanlon woro Man- dames W. T. WollH. Minnie Coble. Charloa Mtnter, H. C. Kolaud, ICllzn- both Edwarde, Frank Sprapua, May T,c*ter, Josephine noodmart, Allro Smith, Mvclyn Tlcc and the visitors, Mm. J'Vod Htanton and her won John and Mlsg Vivian Ixmtcr, Upscl Stomach Uoci In Jiffy With Bcll-ioi BELL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION Prescriptions To the newcomers of our city, and old friends as well. Welcome! Our prescription depart men*t is one of the best equipped in the city. We carry a full line of biologicals, pharmaceutical* and chemicals manufactured by the Standard Laboratories of the country. Bring your prescriptions to u« to have them filled right. We employ four registered pharmacists. 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