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THE BAKERSPIELD CALIFOKNIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1936 soc JLJ' V-X V*> Outline of Plans for Year Is Made by District Workers; President Reports Mrsi Ralph 33. Sanders of San Jose, state chairman of emblems and publications, was tho chief speaker at the afternoon session of tho executive board of Seventh district, California Congress of Parents and Teachers,. yesterday at J astro Park. She spoko on the aims and ideals of the organization and said that it is the largest organization In the world dovoted to a single objective—child welfare. Introduce Leaders Chairmen of tho district wero in traduced and plans wero outlined for the year's work. Mrs, Carl Nalr, president of the district, presented a comprehensive report on the recent meeting of tho state board held at Oakland. A letter csmmendlng the work of Mrs. B. C. Clark, state president, In having repeal of tho sales tax removed from the November ballot. Announcement was made of the dinner meeting of the Bakersfleld Co-ordinating Council to bo held on Thursday evening at 6:45 o'clock at Hotel El Tejon. School of Instruction Mrs. Lotta Ashen, district chairman of magazines, will conduct a school of Instruction for association chairmen on Tuesday, September 29 at tho • homo of Mrs. B. R. Atkins 2114 Twentieth street. Mrs. J. W. Voorhies presented a fine talk on tho work of the Junloi Red Cross. Anrfounce Topic of . Worship Services The Reverend A. S. Donat, pastor of First Congregational Church, located at tho corner of Seventeenth afcd G streets, will preach upon tho subject "Like a Grain of Mustard Seed," at tho 11 o'clock worship Horvlco, Sunday morning. The choir will sing tho anthem "Tho King of Lovo My Shepherd Is' by Shelley, taken from the Twenty' third Psalm and the parable of tho Good Shepherd. Mrs. Gloannah Ball Behan, organ. 1st, announces tho following num. bers: prelude, "Tho Hymn -to St Cecelia" (Gounod); offertory, "Ber ceuso Slav" (Neruda); and postlude. "Heroic March'" (Mallard). * Sunday school meets by depart mentrf at 9:45 o'clock. • » » Music Is Arranged for Church Service Music Sunday at First Baptls Church was announced today b Lerby Gates, choir director and Mrs. Ronald Clark, organist, as fol lows: organ, prelude "Archltlno h G Minor" (Franck); anthem, "Thin' Is tho Kingdom" from "Holy City' (Gaul); offertory, "Ave Maria' (Schubert-Nevln); solo, "Abide Will Mo" (Ashford), Fred Karpo; "Post lude" (Hosmcr). "Evening, prelude, "Pastorale 1 (Schmlnkc); anthem, "Surely H Hath Born Our Griefs" (Handel; solo, "Somo Day," (Gabriel), Inn; Showalter; and postlude "Marche (Rockwell). » . » Ghoir Director of Church Lists Music Mrs. .Pearl M. Smith, choir dlrec tor and organist as First Prosby tor Ian Church, announced muslo fo Sunday as follows: organ, morning "Tho Sacred Hour" (Kotelby "Prayer" (Humperdinck); "Postlude (Hesse); evening, "Festival Prelude (Wallace); "Offetory," (Weidt); an "Postludo" (Clark). Choir, morning, "Lovo Not th World" (Barker); "Softly and Ten derly" (Thompson) und evenlnj soloist,* Miss Melva Osbom. PIANOS RENTED, SOLD For as little as $4.00 per month you may rent a fine piano, and arrangements can be made so that if you later decide lo buy we will allow you full credit for the amount of rental paid on the purchase of any piano. Many Fine Bargains NEW and Used Don C. Preston Nineteenth and H Streets Frontiers' Day Inspiration for Teachers' Club their first meeting of the fall, members of Baker afield Teachers' Club will convene Monday, September 28, at Emerson School library at 4 o'clock for a Frontier's day program. Miss Virginia Getchell will preside. The program will be arranged by'Miss Evelyn Cavala. De Molay Installation Riles .Subject of Discussion ut First Meeting Piano tor tho forthcoming Installation ot the local chapter wore dl*/ cuAicd when the Do Molay Mothers' Chfb held Its first mooting ot the season at the homo ot Mrs. TJ. Ma- out, 241B Nlles street. An enjoyable potluck luncheon preceded tho business meeting. Mrs. William Slovens presided. Matters pertaining to pro posed amendments also 'were dls cussed. Tho local circle Is now affiliated with tho International Council of DC Molay Mothers' Clubs, which em braces clubs from the four, corners of tho United .States and as far north as Kctchlkan, Alaska. Mrs. A. K Tanner Is vice-president and Mrs "•. E, Wykes Is secretary-treasurer of tho circle. Those present wore Me* dames William Stevens, K. J Schmidt, L. Malouf, C. C. Haworth A. W. Neville, Florence McCullen, Wm. Hilton. C. F. Mooro, C. D. Old orshaw, H. C. Roland, A. R. Tanner F. A. Bagley, C. E. Wykes and Mrs Naftel from Long Beach. Tho next mooting will bo held at tho homo of Mrs. Wykes In October Mrs. Black Feted by Tejon Council Signalizing her appointment on tho state publicity committee, Mrs Pal ma Black was honored at a dinner given by El Tejon Council No 215 Degree oC Pocahontaa, In tho green room of Hotel El Tejon Frl' dny evening. On behalf of tho council Mrs, Ltndsey Lyons presented the KUOSI of honor with a monogrammet leather portfolio. Mrs. Hliick ox pressed her appreciation for the g-If' and for the encouragement of her council. She explained that u com pleto publicity campaign will bo out lined when the committee meets In San. Francisco, October 11. The 'ablo was decorated with flowers, candles nnd placards; a pink nnd silver color scheme was de vclopcd. Mrs. Lyons was chalrmai of arrangements. Covers were laid for Messrs, and Mosdamos A. C Black and Lindsey Lyons and MOH- dnmeu W. C. Willis, Charles Ocff- O7!er, James Simmons, Robert Pratl, George. Bushel, Winifred Dolagncs, Al Waldron, Margaret Clnflln, Gall Caldwell, Janet Brooks, Etta Hart- mun, Lottlo Brooks, Etta Reed, Francos Fowler and Miss Virginia Boylcs. is 1 OF REED Wasco Progressive Women Open Club Year at Meeting Seal Hi League Secretary Is Auxiliary Speaker nt First Gathering Speaking on tho benefits of vivisection to humanity, especially in he manufacture of Insulin Ben leed, secretary of tho Public Health league of California addressed mem- >ers of tho auxiliary to the Kern County Medical Association at their Irst fall meeting, recently at Hotel i'adre. Mr. Reed, who lives In San Francisco, was accompanied hero by Mrs. Reed. Mrs. N. N. Brown, third district councilor reported a state board meeting In Santa Monica. The year's chief project Is the establish- ng of a lending library of material on health program, films and plays for groups Interested In public health and child welfare. Mrs. Louise A. Packard presided. Plans wero made to hold meetings at tho homes of members tho third Thursday of each month, tho next to bo at tho homo of Mrs. C. 1. Mead on C street. Attending besides Mr. and Mrs. Reed were JMesdamos Louis A. Packard, George Buchner, P. N. Root, N. N. Brown, F. J. Qundry, A. E. Schaper. 13 F. Colby, Jack Nicholson. C. I. Mead and C. S. Compton. TEllli TO HAVE TO TIME Business Meeting Precedes Card Parly; Prizes Are Awarded Guests Several events wero planned, announcements made nnd business dispatched when El Tejon Parlor, Native Daughters of tho Golden West convened at Eagles hall preceding the final card party of a series, Friday evening. Persons Interested In a drill team will convene at tho homo of Miss Thelma Smith, 41D A street Wednesday night. Belden Circle to Convene on Monday Belden Circle of First Baptist Church will meet Monday evening at tho homo of Mrs$ Ed Claughcr, 225 Pacific street for its first session of fall. A program for winter will bo planned. Committee to Meet The October social committee will meet at tho homo of Miss Sadlo Clendenen at 7:30 o'clock on the evening of September 23. A rummage sale Is set for September 23 and 24 at u plac.o to bo named later, Mrs. Morris Borgwardt is the chairman. Past presidents will cdnveno Friday night at tho homo of Mrs. Ralph Sanders. Mlsn Ralpha Sanders presided at "the business hour which was curtailed so that play could begin early. R. C. Brown was awarded the grand prize In bridge and awards of the evening went to Mrs. Z. V. lloskins, Mrs. Eva Dye, Mr. Brown and J. 15. Gans, (irand 1'rlze Tho grand prize in five hundred was taken by Mrs, C. M. Slsnon, and the evening's prizes by Mrs. M. B Heath, Mrs. C, M. Slsson, Morris Borgwardt and G. Moon. Miss Lottie Cave won a draw prlzo. - *-»-* Nazarene Church to Have Speakers Opening a series of meetings extending through October 4, the Rev. and Mrs. Frank B. Smith will bo Mrs. McFarland Speaker on Poetry; Program for Year Outlined W ASCO, Sept. IB.—Choosing for her topic "Hot PourrI of Poetry. Somo Old, Some New," Mrs. A. H. McFarland, of Bakersfleld, Kern county chairman of motion pictures and radio, presented a most entertaining program at tho first fall meeting of tho Woman's Progressive club held Thursday afternoon, oh the lawn of the country home of Mrs. R. T. Colo. Mrs. John Nalo presided and announced her committees for the coming year, tho membership quest which started during tho regime of Mrs. Walter Nlcol, Junior past president, was closed and prizes awarded Mrs. Jarnen Little, program chairman, presented tho entire program of events fqr tho year and standing committees gave reports. Mrs.' McFarland's poems were well chosen for a complete program, varied in themo and style and her renditions wero especially expressive and delighted her audience. Among tho older and familiar poems, she read "Out There Somewhere" by Harry Herbert Klbbs; "Tho Highway Man" and "Tho Grey Squirrel" by Alfred Noyes, poet anil critic, and "Just California" by tho California poet laureate, John Stephen Mo- Groarty. From Kipling, Mrs. Mo- Farland choso "Tho Post That Fitted." "Where Flows tho Kern" by a Kern county poet, Robert Tad Phillips was greatly enjoyed. Modern Poets For the second part of tho program, Mrs. McFarland read from Paul Envoi's latest book, "Broak tho Hearts of Anger" and gave excerpts from tho poet's biography. Other poems read In a most olmrm- Ing way Included, "Fear Is tho Thorn," by Rachel Field; "Red Shoos," Edna Vincent Malay; "Fog," by Carl Sandburg and a "Pravnr for a Now Angel," Ijy Violet Allen Story, Tho reader closed with "Lincoln: a Man of tho People," by Kilward Markham, and "Ann Kutlodgo." by Edgar Loo Mathews. Report I'lun.s During tho business session, Mrs. Nale culled \ipon her officers nnd committee chairmen for an outline of thplr plans for tho yoar. Mrs. Jumps Llttlo, program chain Feting Miss Oucytian In compliment to Miss Yvelto Gueydna, whoso wedding to Howard Boeder Is set for September 20, Mrs. Ralph Mattoon and Mrs. A. D. Berry entertained laat night at tho home of Mrs. Berry on the C. C. M. O. lease. Bouquets of petunias, roses and pompon zlnlaa wero used on tho I Courses of Study Outlined by | Supervisors; Special ' Sessions Monday Kern County rural school teachers gathered In Hakersfleld this morn- Ing at tho KmerHon school auditorium at the call of Herbert L. llealy, whfln subject matter of tho 1»3fi-!!7 study manual was presented with county rural school supervisors load- Ing tho meeting. At Alojavo, Too The new seventh and eighth grade curriculum was emphaslted. Junior Triangle Elects Leaders; Plan Tea Party! T»HE Junior Triangle of the high school Girl Reserve group under the leadership of Miss Orpha Mac Barnes, elected officers this week, it was announced today. Those elected arc as follows: Miss Hat-barn Pnrmcntcr, president; Miss Dcnluc Bresson, vieo-prcsi- Ilousehold Employes Class to Begin at Cross Home; Still Enrolling Preparations wero ploted today for tho nearly com- of the tables and about tho rooms; sprvlngc | A similar meeting was held at Mo- was on tables appointed with pot-; Javo for teachers of th« mountAln lory in shades of green, yellow and i anil dpsort district. blue. Oames were played with prizes won by Mrs. Krlo Johnson and Miss Allco Cobb. Tho climax of tho evening came with the. presentation of a beautiful lamp to the honorcn from tho guests. Attending besides the hostesses and Miss Ouoydan were: Mesdames— Al Price Eric Johnson Kminott Smith Misses— Virginia Voor- hles Alien Dldurt AHco Cobb 1-lotty Gruhani Theresa Kelly Clinton Fowler Fred Carlisle U. L. Davis lioona Oueydan Armunda Ouey- dan Heba Hays Martha Graham Huchcl Rnnkln On Monday, musio and physical education will bo taken up at, special meetings lod by Miss Oertrudn Oanzenhubcr, music supervisor and by Miss Uhoda Wldmer, physical education supervisor. The primary teachers will meet at •1:30 o'clock In the afternoon at tho local high school girls'* gymnasium, mul tho upper grade teachers at 7:15 o'clock. Other Supervisors other siipervlKors directing the | work In the county are: J. Marl ! Toner, assistant aiiporlntendanl. Miss Anne llolgerson, primary subjects; Miss Anna Maudo Anderson, art; ,1. W. Hyflald, attendance; ]). T. Dawo, child guidance and i search. •- 4 « »• MrClinton-Dopiio Wedding Miss Allcu MuCllnton and Qeorgo B. Depuo of Old Hlver wero wedded at 6:30 o'clock Friday in tho chapel at Doughty-Calhoun-O'Moara. 1100 Truxtun avenue. Tho vows wero taken beforo tho Reverend John Murdoch, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, with tho young people attended by Mrs. Jonnlo Molatoro and Olno Fanucchl. Several friends at-1 tended, going later to tho home of Mrs. Arthur Cnlhoun, 800 Truxtun j avenue, for supper. i After a honeymoon of a tow days In tho north tho couple, will return to Old Hlver to live. Mr, Depue is a rancher in that community. • * * From Hollywood Miss Jano Brown, student al U. H. C., who arrived home to upend the VACANCY FILLED ONP.U . -•, » ,, ,,^-'***» vi'i.txj iw» v»n; v|rdllll£ VII lite dent; Miss >eldn Green, secre- : steoiul class at the local WI'A Train taryj Miss Evelyn Van Wy, treasurer; Mi«« Virginia Gibson, Hlue nnd White reporter; nnd Miss Virginia Snow, historian. Try outs will be held next week for song leader nnd pianist. On next Wednesday afternoon, the Junior Triangle will give a tea as n welcome to the incoming freshmen girls. The ten will be held In the school cafeteria, in the Ing Center for Household Employes that will begin on Monday at the home of Mrs. Raymond Cross, 2800 Sunset avenue. A class of 16 girla Is expected to begin the training and tho candidates wore busted today completing health examinations and other preliminary routine requirements for entry. Kllfflbk Group Women and girls between the ages of 16 and 40 are eligible to at- Council Ofllcers Devote Brief Meeting to Accumulated Business basement of the Junior College | tend the class. The course continues building, from 8:15 to 5 o'clock. for eight weeks and at the end of that time, well-paying Jobs are waiting for tho candidates. All of the gtrl.i taking the first course of train- Ini? are now employed, It is reported- Car fare and lunches are provided to the pupils, and a work uniform nnd a dress uniform. Fundamentals Mrs. Cross will conduct the cojrs* UflliiK her own home as a laboratory , TA i- • to teach the fundamentals of houae- SeSSIOll on Policies to Be hold duties, cooking, laundry, child Held Monday Evening at j«£ fow mmf ftppllcants M ^ Lecture Hull i taken Into the school at the begin------- i nlng of the course, It Is announced. There will be a meeting of all loonl ''• Application can be made to the Call- Junior college club advisers niul tho fornia State Employment Agency at president or representative of i>nch : tl)C WPA office, or to Mrs. Cross. rumpus organization In the Junior I * " * oollvHi 1 lecture, hall at 7:15 oVlook i Monday evening, according to David Goldberg, In i-luirgn oC oxtrn-eurrlcu- i lar activities. "Tho purpose of the meeting IH to present tho complete policy and program of the executive council concerning ncliool clubs," Mr. Goldberg salJ today. DATES FIXED E "\\V have planned a complete program of clubn, with tho ulttmnte ob- '• Community Jectlvo of getting every student in- i * terested In some extra-curricular ac- ' Una LommitteeSC Mix. AtklUH was elected first vleo-prcHlilont of nakorsflold Council of Pnrnnis and fenchorn succeeding Mrs. Jurk White, resigned, when thn exocutlvo bnttrd of Hnk«rsflold Council of I'uronts and Tencliors lu'ld ItH first fall session Friday morning al jastro I'nrk. Mrs. A. ,s. MeCormne presided. week end with her parents." Dr. and i , I1 '>'" V "' (n1 "' 3 '"'" " " "" ' h ° <lnto of | Mrs. X. N. Brown of Stockdalp, by Mrn. H. J. , th " " 1 "' . . , «. . eM •man, announced topics and speakers I I C I (B ,, f Hollywood, who will remain' B , "."" who will appear before tho club and I over Sunday, dates of nodal activities. At the next meeting on October 1, a dlNcunHlon of tho amendments to appear on tho November ballot will be led by State Awsomblyman .Rodney Turner and W. I.. Bradshuw, Bakersfleld attorney. Luncheon Scheduled On October IB, tho annual reciprocity luncheon of the club will bo observed, when all clubs In tho county will be Invited. Mrs. George Osner, Kern county president, will preside at tho comity meeting, at 10 o'clock. Luncheon will bo served by tho Ladles' Aid Society of the Methodist church and Mrs. Franklin Pierce Wray, state chairman of leglnlation will bo the, afternoon speaker. „ Other speakers will bo 7)r. Mary Hendrlcks, a newcomer to \Vaseo Returning to College MI«H Kliznheth C'owart. Twenty-fifth stre.n, left today to reenter the University of California at Los Angeles as a senior dental by- glonlst student. unnmil full ell unit proslilom -will legate for Pllcll HlM'ell members. A largo rrowd IH pxpeeteil. | The plnce or meeting will l>n namnd i later. Theater Board Hold Committee Hold ^ tlvlty. Wo aro planning to gft thn , iinil preference of every student and to} put him In ihp club he prefers. Tho ,„.. ,, . ., ,,.„ „ . " entire executive council feels that I ,. Uokl '" tne Hl " 9 ' «omedy melo- much emphasis should be jilucod i <1m " 11 , ijto , bo I )rc( '<'» l <"» »>' the Bak- student organisation UH tho , '; rsflcl <l Community theater players 1 In co-operation with the Frontier Days committee, will bo presented on Wednesday and Thursday evening. Heptetnber 30 and October 1 at tho Full Gonpol Tabernacle, It was announced today following a meeting of tlip board of directors last night. General admission price* with a Hinall nominal price for chll- ili-t>ti were decided at thn meeting upon means for developing tho individual , Internsl and Hutlntuctlon of tho «lu dent." Police Chief Gives Talk for Circle Tlmnli (ii'iicroiiH Kriomls city organisation lit relation to tho A votu of th.-uiliM WRH extended to I'" 11 ''" department, Including people. held at K. Methodist Church Music Is Arranged Music at First Methodist Church Hunday morning, an announced today by Ronald Clark, choir director, and Mrs. A. H. lluishigton, organist, will Include: Morning — Organ prelude, "Adagio" from 7'"lrst Sonnta (Mnndolsiiohn); an- ihiMii, "Gloria," (Moseart); offertory, PARTY AT CLUBHOUSE Olldalo Community Club entertained Friday evening at a party at tho clubhouse. Six tables were filled for tho pleasant occasion which was dedicated to playing of five hundred. Prizes went to Mrs. Frances Willow and Norman Short, first and Mrs. C. Miller and Guy Braydon, second. Mrs. M. McMurray won a traveling award. , . ... - „ , ,. • j, , who will talk on child welfai-n on I "A vo Maria" (Verdi); flute solo, i November 0; Mrs. J. C. Hradbury. j I Kan Joaquln valley district president; March 4 Miss Dorothy Wllkln- «on of Biikersfleld, who will dlBCUHS home management. Other Speakers Mrs. J. W. McNeil, state chalnnan, whoso subject will bo "Women of state heard Sunday at the Church of tho I u . >0 , 1Jll)l0 : Mr "; l - "• ' Nazareno. corner of Fourth street «" ll '"nan of education, will address and Chester avenue. The couple I th1 °, < | lub on , Aprl1 1B ftnd Ul ° clul) will have u joint meeting with the havo been living In Japan for two periods since tho Rev. Mr. Smith was engaged in district church work In this state. They also were located for six months in tho Texas district. Meetings will bo held nt 7:30 o'clock each evening oxcept Saturday. Tho visitors also aro musloians, Mr. Smith having boon a music teacher at one time. Hand-Knit Apparel Given Smart Display at Weill's Cash for Old Gold , Do Not Sell to Strangers t Wlckersham Co. and "Ey*" Struli CHINKS! HERBS Rtll«y»i ohrenlo •llminti of all klndi. M«lt *nd fim«l* troubUa. $1.00 PER BOX . PEKIN HERB C6. IJ.YwriiliSiiWim-- l»»,V A CAPACITY audience watched i tho modeling of 24 exciting new fall styles which included two nnd three-piece, suits, cardigans, coats, one-piece dresses and blouses when a display of hand-knit garments was held yesterday afternoon in Weill's art department. Miss Eunice Ferls, one of New York's lead- Ing stylists of hand knits and a representative of Bucllla Yarn Company gave concise word pictures of tho garments and yarns as living models paused in review. Tho fashion show la being repeated today at 2:30 o'clock. The popularity of its inclusion In each woman's seasonal wardrobe Is an accepted fact In leading fashion centers according to Miss Furls. Bhe aUo stated that r;:ore beautiful yarns have been created, that patterns are much easier to do, that oven the roost elaborate patterns do not require professional skill; that perfectly gorgeous effects In fabrics are being achieved by tho nonpro- foaslonal. Tunics Too Paris has decreed tunica for high styling: and tunics there are In hand ItnlU! In fact, from the models shown It is quite evident that there Is no stylo feature popular today that has not already been carried out In hand knits. Other interesting high fashion note* Include the ribbed and pleated skirt effects—soft lovelln««s without sa* or stretch and lovely autumn tone* woven into a, vibrant warmth. ' Each ot the 84 models featured in [the ghowinsr was out*t*ndinr. One especially proved of Jnterwt to the It lit called th« ocwktaii dress and Its appeal la emphanlzed because it la an all-day dress—simple enough to start tho day with and elaborate enough to end It. Interesting to note regarding hand knits—that well groomed appearance you can always rely on duo of course to tho fact that even though you spent tho entire day in travel you would emerge from train or bus aana wrinkles or that mussed feeling. For Every Figure This season especial account haa been taken of tho fuller, more mature figure und a good percentage of the styles shown wero particularly adaptable to the woman who wears slzo 18 and upwards. These models particularly emphasize trlni- ness and slenderizing effects. Right hero Miss Feria drew attention to tho Wednesday Afternoon Club ot Shafter on April 19, when Mrs. Frederick Schwartz, state chairman of arts and crafts, will speak. An Illustrated travelogue of foreign shores will be a feature on March 18 and a play given by the drama committee consisting of Mcsrtarnus J. W. McNeil, J. T. Hantoin, K. C. Kucker and Miss Molllo Herman Is planned for January 7. The club's birthday anniversary will bo celebrated In March and tho annual Mothers' party will bo held in May. An Innovation this year is a day sot aside for tho president, when presidents of all clubs In tho county will bo entertained. Heat of Event* A musical will bo given, under thn auspices of the music committee with Mrs. August Bouclo chairman on November 19. A motion picture program on December 3 and a Christmas party for members on December 17, husbands' night and a Christmas party for the underprivileged children of Wasco, which xvill Include a theater party, a Garden day program, and trae planting will bo other features which will be enjoyed. The final meeting of the year will bo hold on May 20 at Kern River Park. Good Finance Tho report of Mrs. Thomas Faulkner, treasurer, revealed that the club commence* the year with a adaptability of hand knlU to the »>»•>»"««> ot 1286 in the treasury. figure of individual proportions. ! Tha club voted to Herid in a "For," stated Miss Forts, ''with hand j "f r «>nt HUbsoriptlon to the Cftllfor- knIW you can obtain a perfect fit- nl '\ Federation News, official publl- ting, perfectly styled garment suited j caticm of tho federation. to you and you alone, at a minimum I . Mr *- w - '-'• Uiery, who I* compll 100 , . cost plus an amazing amount of real S ln « 1 , ho y* 1 " i* 00 *' reported that it Joy derived from tho process of mttk- 1 W W instructed to start a bank ao- Ing and designing the garment yourself." Knitting used to be considered a charming chimney corner occupation way back 70 year* ago when Bu- cllla Company first started nuking its yarns, but today knitting has coma out 'of tho corner and taken Its place a* an Integral part of tho life ot the young *ororUy girl, her country dub minded, mother, and practically every builnena girl, It's a panacea for Jumpy nerve* and Jittery finger* — a simple, re*tful form of relaxation from the strain of a fast aplnnln* topsy turvy wortd,_ the *aid. ready for distribution at tho next meeting. Hha noted that $635 had been realized from advertisements In the y«ar book. Announcement of the arrival ot a new club baby, ton ot Mr*. John Abma, was made and the treasurer was Instructed t octart a bank account with ft for the little one, a* is the custom of the club. Committee* Mr*. Kale announced her committee* as follow*:" Programv—Mr*, Jaaiea Little. Year .book-rMwu W. 0. Ulery. donoi-H of u substantial cash jjlft, and tho nocrolary was nuthorizod to convoy tln> np|iri>clutlon of ilio council to the lM<iiofnctors. Announcoinont was niiiilo that Dr. Clerlrudo l.nww of l,o« . Angoltw, niPinbcr of tho Htalo dopitrlnifMit of rdiiciulon will udilroHM it tnoi-tlng nt ItooHPVPli Kchool If n crowd In an- Hiin-d: full support of nil associations was pledged. Illlllll-ll (O Kvi'MlN Cithor iiniiouncpniniiu includpil nu'iillon of u dlnnor of thn Co' council, muiiager, chief and police- tho home of Jiwiics acting president. MomlHTHhlps for tho season are now being i-ecelvod by tho theater ordinating Council the Horn County Hepleinher L'4, of Women Anabol lltllrno, "Avo Murla" (Bach- Uounod); potitludo, "Marcho J'oiutU-i " ' to Voters. Neptoniber 23, a civic talk by Mrs. Andrew Hancock Keptvmticr 26. Mrs. McCornmi- nsknd presidents to m»nd nninoH of i-hildreu needing calo" (Uo la Tombullu). Evening — Prelude, "Romance" (Tours); nnthem, "l)ay Is Dying in the West" (Bpoakn) Mm, \J3ln Ross, soloist; offertory, "K veiling Bong" (Armstrong); solo, "I Lift Mine Byes Unto the Hlars" (Ball) Mrs. C. J. Pattoraon; postludc "Allegri)" (Ilol- loway). ; Tho choir members will appear in i anil reminded thono prosotit of tho Imporlanoo of abiding by tho rnaniiPl In ways and mnniiH of flnuticln); tho I 1 . T. A.s objoc lives. The riosslaii w-a« hold nt tho homo of Mrs. \V. K. shnliir, 2f<0t! Sun lOinlillo Htrc'ct, with MI-M. I.i-o Arnold pri>sld- IllK (,'lilof I'owt'rw cxpliiliiivl I hut |i4-o- |d<>, In I ho final nnnlynl«, determine '.he policies of I ho ilttpiirtiiiont. Ho ontllnoil thn Intorniil organization, (piling of Its four JlvlslonM—IiiHpoc- turn, truffle, patrol und hoa«l«|Uiir- torn pvory viewpoint. MoinbortthlpN may bo obtained troiii fllon Stockbrldgo, 1812 Verde Ntreet. or from Miss Charlotte Anne Moore, 2012 CVdar street. A meeting of tho play-reading committee was hold olmultanoously at the home of Mm. Oeorgo Clark on Snnhpt iivcnun. Tim five shows of the- sonson \voro dlHCtinaed and early That nmu,r«fl*ld I. 1,.,. controlled i l^." 11 "" 011 , 1 , 1 !"! 1 ?" _ w1U -^ m . tt ^<° """ bounl of illrwtoi-s. The membt',rs of n v ('nnmiorc-iJiH'/pi! vlrn t lmi-i miint •'--«••• --• —..--.".--. *•»%.- t>».*it*^i «* w*. n?tlei «,f "he S ,ind iimt iho |S ' T ™»"»"f »»«>»f«-= M «- CUrt. hero IH ..no of constant prosm.ro ; '.'!"? r "" in: ^V^", ^°^ SO< Ml88 rather than sporadic nilds, were i Ueth " y ". u " a Frederick Wemmor. polnu tnailn , Brothers' Night to Be Chapter Event Neighbors to Plan District Convention *. ,,^ ^.,U|| (•IVIllt.K l ,-, 11 |«1 II, t I L'l 111 III : 1tluttiu4 • * 114 I new maroon colored vo»tin«nts. Th- \ . v a <ll«trlct convention choir loft has bt-o.n enlarged to a<-. I ln ^°^"»' wlile t will bring rop- co.nmodato the expanding choir. ! »;?, C M •'?",! I'-T" 0 ' 11 h '" m 1! >T » i districts of tho Korn-Tuluni aron will FRATERNAL Neighbors of Woodcraft Tarty Neighbors of Woodcraft will entertain at n card parly tonight at the homo of Mrs. F. B. Hpniguo, J205 Eighth street. Five hundred will be played for prize*. Mrs. Spraguo will be ahslsted on arrangements by Mrs. Isabel Pollock ajul Mrs. Albert Moon, No. 681, F. & A. a second degroo KerurHy Ixxlge Security Ijodge M., will confer Monday evening at 7;3Q o'clock. Refreshments will bo snrvod. All Masons aro cordially invited, F. 11. Kratka Is thn worshipful master. bo a mailer of IHIBIIIPHS whi'ii Hoyal Nelghborn of Amprlca moot Monday night. Tho H.'HHliin will bo hold tit thn K. of I', hull on l/ukii Mroot. OfriiMTH nro iiHkp*! to lx» prosont for drill team practice!. Tho district KI>HN|OII will bo at- tondPd by gucutn from Exotor, Vina- lln, Poriorvllln, Tulnro, Dolnno. Tafl, WHSCO, Dlnuba, Hultuna, Bakursflold and utlior <'ltli>«. Round-Up Call to ICXtlMS IS ISSU6U > Unkersdeld Chapter No. 125, Order i O j ]i, l8 t crl i star, will meet Monday A Hptrolal Nitctlon will bp sni usMo i night at S o'clock al Masonic tem- for Tfixans whon a survlno In con- | plo to celebrate "brothers' night." rtiu;ted at Calvary HuptltH Church : A regular lodge inuotlng will pro- Sunday ovonlng, acoonllng to tho j C<H|I> th« party, arrangements for lltsv. A. T. U<iUKlaH», one of tho ' which urn In charge of Dr. C. S. club's orguiilz«-rH and pastor of tlio ! Coiniiton, c.ruvpr Khackclford and chnrcli. A "round-till cull" has |K-I»II j William Urousch. I»HUU<] to all Toxans, h« roport*. i Rvi'i-wshntcnls will be sers'ed. Mrs. John Want In president of tho or j Urnver Shuokelford Is the worthy ((animation. .1. II. Hmlthiiy. soorotary \ matron and Dr. C. S. Compton Is the ninl W. F. Biiiuiw, vlcn-itrosldPitt. ; worthy patron. KOCIKTV TO MKICT Report will be, made by tho nominating cummltloo for officers for the new term when tho Young People's Christian Kndeavor Hoclety of First Christian Church meets at 8:30 o'clock Sunday evening, l^aim'tico Hholton will presldi) as leader and Art Wnlers will be the song leader. Visitors will be welcomed, officers report. Attention! Kern County Artists Open to All I'ro- fetnlonalii and Amateur* Raid* ing in Kern ('unnly. (Oo*H/nictt it Put Kinetn) "CALIFORNIA'S HOUR 1 ' Radio Talent Tournament SIX AHTIBTS Olt ACTS WILL WIN 1. A featured appearance oil (lie "California's Hour" *»lut« to Kern county over KEllN Monday, September 28, I, A round trip to Lot Angele*. 3, Forty dollar* each In cusli, 4, A chance to win up (o $790'more In the state-wide tournament. Audition* at KERN Monday and Tuesday, September fel and 22 I to 4 p. m. and 7 to S p. m. FOB FULL PAJlTICL'lJVttS BEE . S. H. KRESS & CO. BABY BROWNIE A linndy camera' for every occasion und simple enough for a child to use. Makes fine big pictures, too—the kind that satisfy grownups. Let us show a Baby lirownic to you today. You'll agree it's a lot of camera for only $1. KIMBALL & STONE THi ftrtitular Druggitt* Phone S3 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Bakenfleld, Calif. PHILLIPS SCHOOL OF MUSIC All Instruments Reasonable Rates OFFICE: 1512 Nineteenth Phone 1398 Special 50c Dinner ALSO De Luxe 75c Dinner Best Meata Preah Garden VegeUblw Charcoal Broiler BakenfltUrs Fto««t Cafe St. Francis Cafe J 1717 Cae«t»r AvcaM [AIM It* LlMK Un««f»Mnl>

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