The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 22, 1936 · Page 11
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 11

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 22, 1936
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->•'..':;:;, r -*fcU:,> s:."* <•' '. - - ' >'•+ .1." -i.. - v- i "^ '--'XV 1 ; - :< :; 'j •'v- ' r^v?^i\ r f 1 *-,'»•* . ' '.'. -;,' " ^ * v-\ ' r -,•- " L • .^^<:'?:Vvv. ;: ?'M :&->v.-;."-v. - -''v-V - ^i- •' •' - v ^ * r .""-t M'Y^VJw r v.'. ,• ' . i r ** L I I r •. SEPTEMBER 22, 1938 "- ; -> h A; i J I L r- i * -- V David Hanley Is Given Praise as College Thespian "Tea for Three" to Be First Play Of Fall Season for 4 College Thespians » Delta Psi Omega players of the BnkerBfield Junior College started rehearsals for their first play of the fall season, "Tea for Three," s^ester- day; The light comedy Is scheduled for production October 30 and 31. Misa Kthel Robinson, director of dramatics at the Junior college, is supervising tho rehearsals, assisted by Robert Kohlruat, student and member of the cast. The play deals •with angles of the eternal triangle and la a guaranteed laugh producer and Is eald by critics to be a "surefire hit." The cast which has ben chosen will Include veterans in Delta Pel Omega, honor dramatics club. Cast Announced * Following is the cast: Philip, the friend who believes tho triangle can be square, Frank Wattron; Doris, the wife who has an Idea her angle may be a right angle, Miss Burnice Stewart; Carter, the husband who does not know muoh 'about angles, Francis Walker; Draycott, the maid who Is merely a maid, Miss Betty O'Brien; Austin, tho valet who Is quito a valet, Robert Kohlrust. The scenes themselves suggest fun and complications* Act I, scene 1, is set for luncheon for two, "today, while scone 2 Is set for tea for three, this afternoon. Act II is titled "Din- ,ner la served this evening." Act III: Tea for Ihree tomorrow afternoon. Women's Council t Meets Wednesday DELANO, Sept. 22.—The all-day meeting of tho Woman's Council of the Community Methodist Church ilias been changed from Thursday afternoon to Wednesday afternoon for this month, and tho meeting will be held on Wednesday in the church HOdal hall. Tho Woman's Foreign Missionary Society will meet in the morning bo- Winning at 10 o'clock. Tho subject of the program study will bo "Beauty for Ashes." Mrs. A. Jj. Smith will lead the devotional hour and Mrs. 1*. 13. Smith will give the study. After a lunch served by three members of tho society, tho Ladles* Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Ben G. Shearer presiding. All interested women are invited. —^- — ^^fc..^.. 1 ^"^F^^T" Minister Returns From Victorville - McFARLAND, Sept. 22.—Reverend and Mrs. J. I. Coffman ifrid their three eons, John, Jr., Richard and David, have returned from a vacation trip. They visited with Mrs. Coffmnn's father, Charles Snell at VIctorvillo for several days. While away Reverend and Mrs. Coffman visited at Ramona, where they wero guests of Mrs. Coffman'a fc brother and Hlaler-tn-law, Mr: and *Mrs, Charles Sncll, Jr. Upon their return tho Reverend Mr. Coffman and John, Jr., accompanied by Mr. Bnell enjoyed a trip to Boulder dam where they witnessed tho turning on of tho power. + OALLKD TO LAS VEGAS Mrs. George Joyner was called to Las Vegaa, Nevada, by the Illness of her daughter Mm. Frank Hay and her grand-daughter Nancy Hay* She left Monday by bus. The (lays arc former local residents. Mr. Hay is ,an employe of the Standard Oil Company. J)AVID HANLEY, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hanley, 2201 B street, who is a junior at the University o£ California at Berkeley, won much praise recently in playing the male lead in a Thaltan M-orkshop play, "The Girl in the Coffin." The players for the University Little Theater arc recruited from the performers in Thalian productions. In the criticisms which followed the play, the local youth was widely lauded. He formerly attended the local high school and junior college and gave distin* gulshed performances here in several productions directed by Miss Ethel Robinson. LEADERTO BE METED HERE ^ t Miss Nyc to Address Women of County Farm Home Department Tomorrow Mies Claribol Nyo, assistant state leader in home demonstration work, * who succeeds Misa May Secrost, will mako her first visit to Kern county at the first of the fall farm home department county committee meeting to bo held at Jastro Park on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Lunch at Noon All of tho women of tho various centers who are interested in the farm home department are Invited to attend tho meeting on Wednes- and meet Miss Nye. A potluck National Officer Will at State W. C. T. U. Conclave Frontier dbstumes will be worn by all who care to do so when Washington Parent-Teacher Association holds its first meeting Wednesday In Washington school cafeteria at 2:30 o'clock. J. David Tjalrd, principal of 'the school, will bo the guest of honor and will answer questions pertaining to a Junior high school. There will bo an Introduction of teachers. Mrs. Gus Vercammen will preside. Mrs. Edgar Hagoman and Mrs. Virgil Andrews constitute tho committee in charge. GRAPEVINE,. Sept. 22.—Grape- vino P. T. A. held its first regular business meeting of the season recently at Grapevine shcoolhouse, following a potluck supper at which 30 guests were present. Various plans were completed for activities and arrangements were furthered for the "barn dance" to be held on the Standard lease, Wheeler RIdgo hill, on Saturday night. The^p will be a luncheon at Mrs. Lotta Ashen's homo at tho airport, Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock, in honor of Mrs. Ashon's mother, Mrs. Mary A. Boyd. Mrs. Boyd Is a past president of tho Grapevine P. T. A. day lunch will bo served in the park at noon. Following the regular business meeting a social hour will be held as a welcome to Miss Nye. "Cbmo in Frontier costume, but do not stay homo if y.ou have none,' Miss Dorothy Wilkinson, Kern county farm homo -demonstration agent, advised local members today. Miss Secrest, who has been assistant state leader in homo demonstration work for 10 years, has retired from tho agricultural extension service. Well Known Here For these yoars, Miss Secrest has been a friend and councilor, not only for the' homo demonstration agents, especially in the field of organization, but for tho farm women of the state. Tier particular super- visional territory has been tho San Joaquln valley and coast counties. In her many trips to the county, many of the women of Kern county have become acquainted with Miss Secrest through her attendance at county committee meetings, and occasional visits to farm homo department meetings In the various communities, and at county wide events, such as better homes tours. PRODUCE DEALERS WARNED LOS ANGKLKS. Sept. 22. (A. P.>Los Angeles produce dealers were warned today by a central labor council committee that they would be placed on the "unfair*' list If they continued to soil "hot" lettuco from tho Salinas strike urea. i Plans Progress for County League of Voters Rally Here 17"ERN county women interested in AV bettor government will rally at tho north end of Hotel El Tejon Spanish ballroom Wednesday evening at 8:15 o'clock to hoar Miss Florence Kirlin, congressional secretary of the National League of Women Voters and Mrs. Paul Kllel, Btatc president, from Berkeley. Both women arc speaking: under auspices of Kern County League of Women Voters. Considered Authority Miss Kirlin la tho contact person between tho league and Congress and Is an authority on measures which tho organization IB BponHor- ing and opposing. Tho former Include the now pure food and drug act which the league endeavored to have Congress pass at tho last session. Sho interviews congresBmen In Washington on various issues of paramount interest to women, ono of which is extension of the merit feystem in government and another. for tho sufficient a pproprlatlons women's bureau. She Is forrher executive secretary of Iho Indiana State League of Women Voters. State Leader Mrs. 13Hoi is completing the first half of her second term as state president. In April sho wan elected national recording Hunretary and as such will attend tho November meeting of tho national board In Washington. Slip Is a member of tho advisory council of tho California State Employment Service, of tho legislative committee of tho California Conference of Social Work, u member of the governor's tax committee. In addition to her extensive duties, Mrs. Kllel finds time to manage a homo which la a gathering placo for social and educational groups. Sho la the mother of a young student Just entering Harvard Medical School and of two daughters still at homo. Miss Monto Bed well, president of Kern county league, will introduce the speakers. 7/Tube Console, $59.95 7-Tube Compact, $47.95 3 Wave Bands Slide Rule Tuning Automatic Volume Control Basa Compensation Extra Size Speakers Metal Tubes Convention to Be Held Here October 18-16 at j aplist Church M RS. MARGARET C. MUNNS of Evunston, 111., treasurer of Iho National Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Is ono of the many prominent women who will sponk In Bukersfleld during the state convention of tho organization to be held In tho First Baptist Church October 13, 14, 15 and 16. Slnco 1025, Mrs. Munns has been world treasurer of the organization. She will address the gathering Wednesday evening, October 14, her sub* ject being "The Star of Hope/ 1 and again on Thursday afternoon, October IB, on "Stewardship—What Is It?" Praised an Lender A publication of tho organization says: "Mrs. Munn's success In ceo* nomlcally piloting the National "W. C. T. U. safely and effectively through the years of the depression, has won for her tho respect and admiration of all acquainted with j her vision and efficiency. As a result of her wise administration tho j National \Vomnn> Christian Temperance Union continues the unique record of more than fiO years of financial solvency coincident with tho safety expansion of Its work." . • Rducatton Program : Regarding tho campaign to com- pleto a million dollar educational fund for temperance authorized by tho 3930 national convention of tho organization, Mrs. Munns eald In a recent announcement: "The Inception of the million dollar temperance educational fund was God-given. At a tlmo when newspaper advertisements, tho social column, tho fiction of tho day reok with cocktails, when beer in hold up as food for babies and undernourished mothers, when young men and women seem to feel they must bo connoisseur*! of nil kinds of liquor or they will be thoroughly unsophisticated, alcohol education In Horrly needed among all clauses of people. "A knowledge of what alcohol is and what it docs Is tho crying need of tho day. No human boing knows the cost in lives, property damage anil Insurance payments of automobile accidents caused by drivers who wero apparently In control of themselves but whoso higher faculties wero munbod by nlrohol. Tho raising of this fund will help to arouse a slowly awakening public to the truth of what tho deceiver alcohol Is doing to our people.*' ^^^^^^^^^^^^_^_^^^^_^^^j * T Circles Are Holding First Fall Meeting ClrcloB Of First Baptist Church will hold their first sessions of fall Thursday as follow; Southwest Circle No. 1, Mrs. O. H. MorrlH, 2415 Sunset avenue, with Mrs. Morris assisted by Mrs. C. 33. Nutter and Mrs. G. IX Dilloy. Northwest Clrclo No. 2 with Mrs. K. M. Collins, 2420 Twenty-first street, with the offlcern acting as hostesses, Mrs. 10. M. Cook, Mrs. C. B. Anderson and Mrs. )0. M. Collins. Southeast Clrclo No. fl. Mrs. John Sedgley, Iti!8 Oleander avenue, with Mrs. Sedglcy assisted by Mm. O. A. Reynolds and Mrs. C. B. O'Gulnn. akersfield Friends Hear Young Singer Many Bukemfieldiann wore llnton- Ing last night when Miss Ilollaoo Shaw, young nouthern California poprano, saner "When I Waa Seventeen," a Swedish folk song, ovor tho Columbia network in tho "California's Hour" salute to Pomona and Claromont. Miss Shaw, who haa sung In Bakersflold and has many local frlcndfl, was ono of six talented persons or groups who appeared on the program. Local audition* are bojng held for a similar salute to Kern county next Monday night. Sholar's Employes Enjoy Steak Dinner Btockdalo Country Club waa opened Saturday night to all em- ployes of Mholars store and their wives and escorts for a steak dinner after which nn Informal social hour was enjoyed. A voto of appreciation was extended to W. W. Hholar and' Oran yiiolur for their hospitality. Burning, Gnawing Stomach Pain You ret U In the pit of tho stomach right after meala or an hour or two Inter. Usually the stomach feels 8or« and tnflammed. Perhapn at times you have acid Indication, heartburn. iour» acaldfnif rtnlngH, or Insomnia duo to tttomacn distress. Any of these symptoms may roiult from an over-acid condition of the ntomacli. To obtain genuine relief, take Hoy-ell TabloU which quickly neutralise excewa acid and promote heal In* of the Irritated atomach lining. Hoy-ell Tablet* carry a positive, money-back guarantee. Descriptive booklet free. Economy Drug Co., Bakertfleld, Ex- clutlvs Agent*.*—Adv. EASY TERMS TO SPEAK HERE SLAIEO_AT PARK Seventy Young Pa Irons Will Get Certificates nt Jolly Event Here Saturday Mrs. Margaret Munns L. 0.0. M. Plans Frolic Saturday Central California Legion No. 170, Loyal Order of Moose will hold a frolla In Druids* hull, 711 Sumnor street, Eust Bakorsflcld, Saturday, September 26 at 8 o'clock, 4* John Dowd Is chairman of arrangements. Another group of young f trlil rentiers \vlll \vtn rocoRnltlon \vhon 70 library diplomas nra presented to 70 boys and girls on Sntur- day at Bcnta Vark, The recipients of this honor arc the patrons of the Boys' nnd Girls' library \v\io road eight or more pood books during tbo summer months. Out of tho 70 children rerelving diplomas, 40 will ro- cclve gold soalo on tholr certlftdUea, Indicating that tho winner road 12 or more books of recognized' value. Miss Virginia Schults of tho boys' and girls' library staff will present tho certificates, Games and a program are planned for tho occasion. A similar party will bo held Saturday morning at 11 o'clock at Jefferson Park for 100 boys a ltd girls who completed their rending schedule through the linker street branch. Mrs, Esther Campbell IH arranging tho program, Other branches throughout tho county who have conducted the, rending plans to Interest children in Rood books during the summer months were those nt Olldalo, Arvin, McKIt- trlck, Mojiivo nnd Shnfter. 70 Age Limit fo Adventist Group Plans Ice Cream Social Tonight T?OR the benefit of a fund to buy x equipment for the Seventh Day Adventist school located at the corner of Eighth and P streets, the P. T. A. of that institution will entertain at an ice cream social this evening, beginning at 6 o'clock. All interested persons are invited. Mrs. Jack Koop is president of the association and V. E. Robinson is principal of the school. Tables will be placed informally on the lighted lawn* Family Is Reunited After Many Years Comprising a family group which hart not boon together in its entirety for 20 years, a company of relatives gathered at tho M. L. White residence. 1205 Virginia street, for din- nor Sunday, Tho dinner was given by Mrs. 15. I.*, Whlto In honor of her husband and his brothers and staters. Tho brothers and Misters aro K. L. White, Roy White of Murphy. Otto White of Tulsa, OUIa,, Hex Whlto of Dalian nnd Mrs. Jlmmta Paaley of Stockton. Mrs. Otto White also was In attendance. OH wero Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen, Mr. and Mr«. Floyd Hell and W. A. Osborn. Mrs. Alien and Mr«. Well aro daughters of tho R. !,. Whites and Mr. Osborn U Mm. White'* father. Prizes Are Offered for Costumes and Whiskers a I Fete SepL 30 A whlflkerlno and costume party for members of St. Francis Catholto parish and their frlenda will be held Wednesday evening, September 30, at St. Francis school auditorium. It was announced today. The party will boffin at 8 o'clock. Bridge and five hundred will be the games of the evening. Fine prizes are being offered, including ono for the best Frontier Day costume and one for the masculine guest who produces the best hirsute adornment. Door prizes will also bo given, it is announced. Tho committee arranging the affair includes Mrs. Henry Mathews* Mrs. L.. S. Woeber, Mrs. J. Jeffer- nan, Mrs. C. IT. Franey, Mrs, W, Gannon, Miss Elsie Valentlch and Messrs. Forrest Cassady and William Howell, Jr. Tho party Is open to tho public and the proceeds will go to the church fund. F Teachers in L. A.i Ladie s Aid Group 1 Will Serve Dinner (A$aitffatetl Pro** Leaned \Vlrfi) LOS ANORLRS, Sept. 22.—A 70- yonr a«o limit for 11,000 teachers of the Los An(?oloH city rtchool nyRtnin was decreed today, off noil vo Juno 30, 1938. By unanimous vot« tho hoard of education adopted tho measure, retaining' tho right to dlnrhartfo any leaching omployo ovor tiS, hownvor. Klfty-two iHHlrurtors aro now over 70. Moro than 200 nro between iho IIOS of &fi and St. Paul's Guild to Meet Thursday . Meetings at St. Paul's Episcopal Church tomorrow Include an all-day sewing meeting of St. Paul's Guild; choir rehearsal tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock and the first meeting of tho fall of St. Margaret*s Guild at 8 o'clock. Tho Young People's Fellowship of tho parish hold iu first meeting of the season Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Miss Barbara Aldrtch pre- nidcd. Committees wero selected to nrnko arrangements for tho next threo months. Miss Adah Greenbo Norvcd. Tho public Is Invited. «treet. vice-president; Miss Marjorto Mi-8. Hen O. Shearer, president of I «1*an Htanfiold. secretary and Will- , Sept. 22,—Tho Ronlor Aid Society of tho Community Methodist Church announces their fii-Ht public dinner of tho fall Reason for Thursday night In the social lint! of tho church, beginning at 6 o'clock when a chicken menu will Iho Aid Society, heads tho committee on arrangements which Includes tlu> known culinary artists of tho lam Purdlo, treasurer, will assist the president In arranging for a get to- Ifoiher mooting next Sunday evening. YOUNG EYES ARE PRECIOUS B«r« U thetuhr scientific initra- m«nt-th« Light Meter—Ui*t ft tu to meutirv l u accormtelj M * Utennoor •Ur m**«ur«« i • ^ --" °ST CHfLDREN have good sight. 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