The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 18, 1936 · Page 7
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Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 18, 1936
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J f n ^ l •, *•'-*• '' - . r I '1- '. ' , -- '-- *.. - ^ ' r , r <r- ' frni/.i f *^ **••>'•'»""'•*:< r , I" -* I * ' . - I . 'I". " . ' , ' { »i- . i iBELLA t Rev, Louis A, Kiieffner Marks , ' Silver Anniversary of Ordination. Here Evening School Registration Be Held Sept. 28 PLANS! ' L I I Twenty-rive years ago yesterday tho Reverend Louis A. Kueffner, paator of /St. John's Lutheran Church, was ordained here. He and L T two other Lutheran pastors, the Reverend T. Haeueer of Paso Robles and the Reverend Paul S$hmidtko of Selnia" wero amori* tho eight pastors * •»- . r i , •• present from Fresnoi San Luis Oblspo, Paso Kobles and Bakersficld at a San Joaqum valley conference at Terra Bella Tuesday, Tho ministers and theiir ladies wero guests of the Terra Bella church. Marking tho sllVor anniversary tho local pastor was presented with a gift. Problems of the church wero dis- cusHod, young people's work occupying much of tho time. Tho Reverend H. S. Schlueter of Terra Bella, who attended a convention in Illinois brought back highlight* of the sessions telling particularly of tho pension plan. Other Kern county pan torn in attendance .included the Reverend A. StreuCcrt and MVH, .Streufert. Pocahontas Lodge to Honor Member Members of El Tejon Council, No. 210, t>egroe.of Pocahontas, are spon- s^oring a 6:30 dinner tonight at El Tcjon Hotel to honor Mrs. Palma Black, recently appointed member of the state publicity committee. Mrs, Black is chairman of the southern and south central districts having 26 councils under her supervision. She has beon an active \torker In 331 Tejon Council, having served as Pocahontas during the 1935 term. Mrs. Lindsey Lyons is chairman of tonight's affair. The next regular meeting will bo Friday, September 26, at Eagles hall at 7 o'clock. A bunco praty and social session for members and invited guests will follow the business meeting. Mrs. Eileen Waldron la the chairman in chargo. On October 0 a class of candidate will bo adopted. •DEGtSTRATlON for local craning high school classes will be held Monday evening, September 28,-at 7 o'clock in the junior college building, according to an j i' announcement made today by K. W. Rich r principal of the night school classes. The first term will run until December 17, and will be followed by two subsequent terms of 10 weeks each after the Christmas holidays. Classes are open to all adults in Bakersficld and there are no registration fees for any but a few exceptional classes, although textbooks and supplies used by students, must be bought by them. "The program of studies this year will bo somewhat more extensive than that presented last season," Mr. Rich stated. Announcement of the class schedules will appear within the next few days. ~ -* Announce Subject for M.E. Service "Do wo really want to find God?" will be tho subject Sunday evening of the Reverend Orover ttalston, pastor of First Methodist Church. An- noiinclhg tho service the Reverend Mr. Ralston said today, "Have you thought how much you can do with the one short hour between 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock on Sunday evening? This is the 'happy Sunday evening' hour at First Methodist Church. Wo in- vita you to join with us." The hour is one of friendly fellowship, spiritual re-creation, song and a message, he added. PRISONERS EAT WAY FREE HOLLYWOOD, Fla., Sept. 17. (W. P.)—Hollywood's jail population has eaten its way to freedom. The prisoners, numbering two, were In custody for minor offenses, and City Judge Ralph B. Springer told the city commission tho cost of feeding them was, in his opinion, an tin- necessary expense. Tho commission thought so too, and the prisoners were freed. •**' Wasco Woman's Club Will - - ' Open Season Next Tuesday Harry. Coffee Store Is Giving Fashion Revue Under Sorority Auspices A gala evening of entertainment is promised by Delta Theta Tau ao» rority on September 25 when tho chapter sponsors a fashion show of clothes by Harry Coffee at the Woman's Club. Sport and informal attire will be modeled by the girls, and a special preview of men's and boys' wear will be tihown under the direction of John Easton. Clothes are on tho way here now from tho eastern markets for the event. Hicard'a Boot Shop Is displaying shoes and announces a new fall stock will be ahown. The evening is to bo interspersed with entertainment by Aiorio Roberts' dance studio. An etoctrJc organ from Payne A Son will bo played by Mies Florence Hay lees. The glrla chosen to model include Mcsdamoa Harold Tabor, Chester Jamew, Phil Hockox, I&mor Qoortc; Misses Louise Hall, Peggy Smith, Hazel Johnson, Betty Branch, Margaret Shaffrath, Martha Ellon Broomfleld and Naomi Barrett. The men and boy models have not been announced. Merle Norman beauty salon will make up the models. Following tho* fashions refreshments arc being: planned and If Umo permits tho evening will close with ah Informal dance. Tickets are now on sale and reservations may bo made by telephoning Mrs. Harold Taber or Mrs. Chester James. ' Many Hostesses Members of tho Gamma Xi chap- tor include Mosdumes Harry Libby, Chester James, John Campbell, James Arp, Jr., lister Prick, Kd Wolfe, ISmery Benson, Kverett Holmes, Walter Smith, Klmer Goertz, Bernard Saeia, William Boston, Sim Dunham, Jr., Joel Reynolds, Leonard Thompson, Phil Hlckox, Aehley Walker, Edward S. West, Dwlght Jeffries, Oleri Ktow, Harold Taber, Jesse Hathaway and James Knudson. MlBBcs Kdytho Bandettlnl, Peggy Smith, Margaret Bishop. Helen Olson, Mary Tyson, Martha Ellen Broomfield. Gernldlno Hall, AHco Heber, Betty Branch, Hazol Johnson, Margaret Shaffrath, Louiso Hall, Marjorio GolHus and Dorothy La Marr. "W7ASCO, Sept. 18.—Waaco Worn- TT ah*s Club will open next Tuesday* September 22, tn Its clubhouse with tho board of directors ofl hostesses at dessert at 1 o'clock. The meeting will follow. The clubhofio has had a thorough cleaning following the summer months during which It has beon closed and is in readiness for the season. The light fixtures were made in tho metal department of tho high school and harmonize with the rooms. Officers Mrs. Frank Wllkson Is president of the Waaco Woman's Club. Other of- fleers are Mrs. C. R. Wedel, first vice-1 president; Mrs. Harry Boaronl, second | vice-presldcntj Mrs. J. Strcumpf, recording secretary; Mrs. George Coyne-, corresponding secretary; Mrs. W. H, Scott, treasurer; and Miss Lillian PritschHc, auditor. Members of the board of directors arc Mesdames Herbert Pritschko, R. R. Carter, Neil Mitchell and Alvln Raven. Trustees aro Mesdames Henry Devenney, J. W. McNeil, Fred Gill and M. P. Kerr. Chairmen Chairmen for tho year are as follows: Mrs. Jack Singer, book section; Mrs. Harry Scoroni, bridge section; Miss Evelyn Ruud, American Citizenship; Mrs. Ben Homfeld, drama; Mrs. George Robertson, music; Mrs. Charles Westomberg, philanthropy; Mrs. Grant Kntffen, garden; Mrs. Fred Bertlau, motion pic- turoft; Mrs. Albert Donman, Federation News; Mrs. C. A. Campbell, Girl Scouts; Mrs. Ben R. Crandall, American Homo; Mrs. Frank Forchlni, junior dance soctlon; Dr. Mary Hendricks, public health; Mrs. Gene Bennett, arta and crafts; Mrs. C. R. "Wcdel, programs; Mrs. A. w. Miller and R. R. Carter, house chairmen; Mrs. Frank Forchtnl, year books; Mrs. Neil Mitchell, Mrs. **rank Sweet, membership chairmen; Mrs. W. H, Jahant, ntfviftor; and year book covor*, Miss Kna Morton. MEXICAN MISSION VISITED LOCALLY n Superintendent of Board Is Guest Hero; Reports of Work Are Given De Molays Ready First Dance Fall Tonight j Tho year books are ready for distribution and are most attractive. Programs outlined are as follows: October 13, "International Relations," Mrs. H. P, Korr, chairman; October 27, "Civics," Mrs. W. H, Jahant, chairman; November 10, Exchange program with MoFarland; MeJToHand program; December 8, High School day, Mrs. Harry Sea ronl, chairman. A musio program will bo arranged for December 29 with Mrs. George Kobertaon as chairman; January 12, Mrs. Jack Binger, chairman of the book section, will arrange tho program; Mrs. Ben \V, Hum fold will take charge of tho meeting January 26. which will be "Drama." To Honor Group Past presidents will be honored on February 9, Mrs. W. O. Ulery, chairman. Dr. Mary Hendricks will take "Public Health" an the topic for February 23. Mrs. Bon H. Crandall will have charge of tho meeting on March 9, Mrs. Gene Bennett, arts and craft chairman, will arrange the program for March 28. "Current Topics" will bo discussed by a speaker who will bo announced later for April 13. Tho garden section will have an afternoon program arranged by Mrs, Grant Kniffen on April 27, On May 11, a reciprocity program will bo presented. Installation of now officers will take place May 25. CAR YOU By OLIVE ROBERTS BARTON) .\\ * * 1J J' ^fir AYlCRS SUAL CANDIES What Could Be |||| Moose to Select Sweeter for That Faithful - - > ' •-» , -^. ' , -m ' Wife or the Patient, Loving Mother? FOR /M.L OCCASIONS Remember her birthday, your anniver- 'sary, or just take a box home because you think a lot of her. $1.00 $1.25 $2.00 $2.50 KIMBALL & STONE ^ \ Th* Particular Druggist* f Phone 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Bakers field, Calif. Atte Open to All Profca sionals and A ma teura Residing Kern County. Dictator Tonight To succeed Emmctt Blaiedcll. who has resigned AS dictator of Bakerfl- fleljj lodgo No. 473, Loyal s pr(Jer of Mboso, election will bo held at a meeting tonight at 8 o'clock In Druldn hall, 711 Sumner street. Candidates to bo voted upon for this office Include Hay Neldoffer, I-oonard Thompson and John B. Dowd. Officers are asking a full attend- anco so that representative balloting may be had. ^•M*W-***l Amaranth Officials Visit Is Postponed The official visit of tho assistant grand lecturers, Miss Mary Gray and Mrs. Mary Campbell of Fellows, for September 23, had been Indefinitely postponed by Bakersfield Court No. 82, Order of tho Amaranth. The meeting will bo held, however, on tho set day. Mrs. Emily Eatollo Marks will spend the next few clays in Berkeley, San Francisco and Oakland where will attend Amaranth events. i I T IS fast becoming a world of wits and yet I believe that failure to teach the art of quick-thinking is tho weakest part of our whole educational system. We have concentrated on memory, on application, steadiness and contemplation. But how often do teachers glv« exercises In ItiBtan- taneous though!? Not often, If ever. They are not to blame, of course, because our ponderous school programs permit of no extra crowding. Time enters into the teachers* day. more than most people dream, and !f she does anything not allowed for in the curriculum, those mlnuton must bo taken from some other work, which will suffer. However, we can't expect the schools to do everything. And, In their turn, parents aro busy also, and feel that they cannot contribute outside help toward those matters for which there is no lime In school. But there Is one place, and ono time, when It is possible to Introduce tea* sons unsuspected by tho child; and that Is meal time. H 1s also the interlude when families grot together. Kiddles aro always fun, but they aro more than that. They accelerate the mjnd and maka tho Hddlo- guessers delve Into corners of motion not usually exorcised. So I suggest tho riddle. But tills is not nil. Father can savo up stories of tight places that certain individuals have been in, And after telling his tale, saving the answer, he can ask. "What would you do, Jerry, if that happened to you? Quick now." Ho can ask each child In turn and then give tho right solution. But, in tho meantime, the mental gymnastics have accomplished their purpose. StlU another way may bo tried. This iw to announce almost any sub- ject at random—car, now hat, vine, bicycle, church, Congress or television. Subjects should depend on the general aj?o of the children. Then let ouch child mako a quick speech about tho subject chosen, Tho practice, If continued for any langth of time, helps to increase obsorvation and Influences children to fix tn mind tho things they sen or read about. Talking about given subjects hclpM to co-ordlhnto speech tvilh thought, too. OMUl L*>: ^-3 •fm'. 'to& m :&: 3®&iS£ *->J l -f'- '*** ft$ A\J w* AS ^yji ' -^ JBW Don't hamper foot growth with stiff unyielding shoes. Let them grow up Nature's way in .1 ' -,' PiP£R sts ...,",; iV. '» - ••.V ff& '&% - ffj ff.' si '.'^ f»l ffi*/ «ffl m |Vi"'4f.*JJ . ^•IVte. 'K>^- Because only in theee finer shoes can you get the advantages of an exclusive. ass which actually makes Pied Pipers stronger smoother and far more flexible. "CALIFORNIA'S HOUR" Radio Talent Tournament SIX AKTISTS Oil ACTS WILL, WIN - n 1. A featured appearance on the "California's Hour* 1 salute to Kern county over KEUN Monday, September 28. 2. A round trip to I^oa Angelctf. 3. Forty dollars each In cash. 4. A chance to win up to $730 more In the statewide tournament. Auditions at KERN Monday and Tuesday, September 21 and 22 2 to 4 p. m. and 7 to 0 p. m. DRESSY n LITTLE TURBANS FOB FULL CULARS Gallen Kam Shoe Store emorable r The studio Wurlitzer pipe or*an and the chapel soloist of the h Whether it's tea for two or bridge for four you need a turban . . . with perky bows, flyaway veils, broken eyclines. i ? lallerers to the core. Black and colors, in quality you didn't hope for at. and « C/K KT wmmwmwm Flick Dlg Chap FT >ND make a funeral service one not to be forgotten; You wttl also remember and appreciate the helpful services rendered you. Along with the admoniUon not to over-purchase. -,i' , f phone 97 m-/ -,. ; - - ^^-f .. - . - r .TT- >*-!* > ,' ,~ \^ 12J7 CUKSTISn AV > . I - DIOtKH icic RBS • • w*»^ * ^ klrtd*. Urn ImthU . i - H T ^m mr v ^^ ^ — • VT . Btktnflild Twentieth 8tr**t ( I P*U •>• ash —; • T*- TJ —3- Strai ••II am 1, rJ.— -- PIANO TUNING and Repairing First Class e Hawley Cogswell ' Beatoflitferoncca • Seixntttn Y«or$ tn 11*1 J 8TUBKT 5714 -"'r i J i -t -.1 I •' _ _ _ b f > -1 ,' •' -.;•, .- * •- - . - i - \* - .' -• •-r, <t . i - •-...'' -: i- o .-" - V, > ; j ,' - V . • , i --i Vernon M. McCotnbs, snpferln- tendmu of tho Uttin- American Board, of the WON tent states district with headquarters in boa Angles, was a recent visitor to Bakorsfleld for tho purpose of attending a moot- Ing to hear reports of tho work as carried on at tho local Protestant Mexican Mission, Mo expressed himself as RraUfied with ita progress. The mission la conducted under tho direction of Carlos IS. bopo*. local Mexican pastor, augmented by the Bakersfleld- LaUn-Amerlcan Advisory Board. Thin body in composed of three representatives each from First MeUiodtst, First Baptist, Episcopal ami Presbyterian churches. Tho board i« headed by Mrs, l*orina Marfthall, preniilcnt; MJss Irene Branham, vice-president; Miss Floy Holloway, secretary, and Mrs. Benson Wronn, treasurer. JNDICAT10N9 point to a large crowd tonight wheh the dancing set of the local high school and junior college will enjoy the first dance of the fall season in the Masonic temple, sponsored by Bnkersflcld Chapter, Order of DC Molay. Everett Jones and his orchestra will furnish music, playing from 9 to 12 o'clock. Five candidates became full- fledged De Molays last night when the De Molay degree was conferred by the chapter's crack degree team. The new members are Max Bnylcsft, Jr., Herbert Mnlouf, Bob Malouf, Philip Hartley and Gene Hosts. Refreshments were served by a committee headed by Bill Lueder after the meeting, and entertaining and instructive moving pictures were shown by Dwight A, Jefferles, salesman for the Bakersfield Garage, Senior Epworth Group Will Hold Session Sunday; to Elect Officers ii#mS Guy Jaggard. member of the local junior college faculty, will ad- dresa tho members of the senior Epworth league of the First Methodist Church on Sunday evening. His subject will be "Education—the Need to Solve the Economic Problems of Democracy." All young people of junior college age are invited to attend. The devotlonals will be led by Miss KeU Beth Boydstun. Election of officers will precede tho program, which will begin at 6 o'clock. m UTAH PAYS UP SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Sept 17. (U, F.)—Utah recently wiped out. a $1,600.000 debt to the federal government in 3 years that was scheduled for payment over a 30-year- period. :• •;i' ., -•I ,1- L o '•,'' -* >' . h , - •-" - • ' S '•> i> • ff ' - - • f- < V -V:> are -..'£' .-^.. < n ' s?, U-l L -r- -.' V : ^: -•k- \\ You can b« tura lhaf the bride would like someone io give her a radio-and if ahe is Ihe iype of person who apprecialee finer ihings-if she has young ideas and likes modern style trends— Ihen give her in RCA Victor Rtdiof '-.I -9R The RCA VICTOR Model 6K2 -JVJ MAOIC BRAIN MAGIC EYE MAOIC VOICI "v - ^~. A magnificent new model-onTAal ihe young bride will appreciaie for Ihe beauty and charm ii will lend ihe furnishing of a room. 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