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THE BAKERSPIELD CALlPORNlAN.SvEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 19W ! Educators Will Attertd Fresno Parley of C. I. F. Brothers From Kansas Inspire Park Fete for Relatives, Neighbors Pleasure Island In Kern .Hlver Park was filled with picnickers when a steak bake attracted 30 young people to a plcnlo supper parly Monday In honor of James V. McCarlton and George 8. McCarlton, brothers of Mrs. E. H. Singleton of this city. The visitors arrived last week via tho southern route from Dodge City, Kansas, having made, a motor trip to California. They will stay through Frontier Days. The visit Is their first reunion with their sister ,and hor family for 18 years, and the outing, Monday Is the first of several festivities for relatives and Intimate friends. ,7. The; group returned at 9 o'clock, some going later to a lodge card party and others remaining at the Singleton residence for cards and dancing. . " After tho local rodeo the brothers will motor to Yosemlte, Sequoia, San Diego and points en route. They will return homo via Salt Lake City and Denver, stopping in both cities, and possibly taking la Yellowstone National Pork. - - •»« » Clubmen Approve Highway Proposal Support of tho Tohachapl Exchange Club's effort to have the California State Highway Commls- "slon budget funds for widening 18.4 miles of "death trap" highway between Tehachapi and Bakersfleld was yoted by the Bakcrsfleld Exchange Club today In a resolution directed to the commission. Hal Grlf- fls, fbrmer Local Exchangelte and jiow a Tehachapi member, spoke In Its favor. The Reverend Charles H..Hulme, a club member, was the day's jipeaker, choosing as his topic "The American Homo." He contrasted the modern homo with' Iho old- fashioned center of family life, and said the lack today lies In too llltlo room for privacy, dependence upon paid amusements, too many outside interests and lack of respect for par- en tH. I Tho Misses Helen Lee and Hose Blngham were applauded for several piano ducts. Joo LaPlante accompanied on the violin. • « » Choir and Guild to Convene Tonight St. .Paul's choir will rehearse in tho church this evening at 7:30 o'clock. C. E. Wakefleld, Jr.. is choirmaster and Mrs. Laura E. Nichols, organist. St. Margaret's Guild will meet in tho guild hall at '8 o'clock this eve> nlng, .Mrs Ward Wright, Jr., pra Hiding. • • . . , T OCAL members will attend n meeting of the California In- terscholnstic Federation at Vlsalia on Saturday, September 26. Ail C. I. F. debate coaches will meet at 10 o'clock. Mr, Robert Wrtght, of Bakcrsfield will preside. H. A. Spindt, principal of the local high school, is chairman of the central section of the C. I. F*, and C. I* Geer of Coallnga is secretary. E. P. Janes, principal of Shatter High School, is the Kern County representative on the executive committee of the federation, which meets Friday hight lit Vlsalia. CLUB WILL HOLD PARTY Frontier Costume Event Set for Saturday Evening; Old-Fashioned Games . Plans were furthered for a bazaar to be held the first week in December by the Missouri Club and arrangements were begun for a Fron tier Days party to be held In Highland Park Community clubhouse on Saturday evening of this week, when members Journeyed to Earllmart recently. They were guests In the homo of Mrs. Fred Murray for the day. Potluck luncheon was sftrved at noon and a business meeting followed with Mrs. B. n. Harmon presiding. Spelling Kno All former, Mlssourlans, whether members of the club or not, are invited, and arc urged to come In cos tume, the committee announces. The program will consist, of spelling bees, cyphering matches and old-fashioned games. Arrangements are In tho hands of Mesdames A. G. Kldwell, B. L. Miller, D. F. Webster, and J. S. Sauer. In charge of the program will bo Mcsdamcs 8. B. Hylton, B. C. Mos ley and S. I. Upshaw. Guests Attending Attending were Mesdames W. 12 Anderson, Hazen H. Woller, S. E. Hylton, B. L..Miller, W. H. Hylton. D. K. Webster, E. C. Mcars, O. W. Meredith, B. C. Tlllman, S. I. Upshaw B. K. Harmon, B. .1. Moseloy, H. K. Kldwell, J. F. Sauer, all of Bakersfield; A. W. O'Neal, Mary Murray, Mary Humbo, Silas Runibo, C. Mur< ray, Claude Murray, Thomas Cole man, Fred Murray, all of Barllmant « . » . Sunset Circle to Meet on Thursday Sunset Cl?cle of First Presbyte rlan Church will meet at the home of Mrs. W. S. Llebendofer, 1927 Seventeenth street, Thursday after noon. Luncheon will be served a 1:30 o'clock. Members are asked to bring needles and thimbles. HERE THEY ARE! .the sparkling new styles in FALL Some of the best looking shoes you ever put on your feet... and the most comfortable. The special "handflex" process eliminates all chance of "new shoe aches." We can fit you. Sizes are 1 to 12; widths AAAAA to £££. BENTLEYS BYHOTEtELTEJON Well-Known Musicians Will Be in Bakeraflcld for Frontier Days A trio widely known aa the Musical BentloyH will entertain at Hotel El Tejbn during Frontier Daya, It waa made known by A. c. Armbruster, manager today. In the group are Ben, Alice and Evelyn Benllcy, who have played every major vaudeville circuit In this country and abroad and have broadcast over the Shell Company hour with captain Dobbsic. Playing the world's largest marimba, they combine popular and classical music, mid their repertoire Includes many old time tunes popular a decade ago. Miss Evelyn Uentloy will present an Impression of the late Immortal George Prim rose doing his famous soft shoe dance. The Bentleys will entertain' In the lounge and dining room during tho afternoon and evening, and all are Invited to hear them, Mr. Armbrus ter announces. PEARL — BUok or brawn kid; black or brown *uedo. Com** in9t*e*l tolO; widthf AAAAtoD,*naBBE. 25 STYLES America'* Smartest Walking Shoe* Go Planet Comfortably X.RAY SHOE FITTING FAMILY SHOE STO • ** 1410 IQlh *T. MAIL ORDERS FILLED ZIKG IMPROVEMENT IN YOUR COMPLEXION Healy Announces Plans for Annual Teachers' Institute ILE Kern teachers are Just set- tllng down to their tasks for tho year, preparations are already well- laid for the annual Kern County Teachers' Institute to be hold here November 23. 24 and 26 when the Instructors will receive new stimulus for their classroom duties, On Circuit Herbert L. HetUy, county superintendent of schools and L. 13. Chono- woth, city superintendent, members of the state council, California Teachers Association, attended a meeting nt Fresno Wednesday when speakers and schedules wore discussed for the contra! section meetings. Speakers who will appear hero on tho program will make the valley circuit and will bo heard by teachers at Hanford, Vlsalia, Fresno and Merced also. Among tho lecturers being invited hero to address tho main sessions of the Institute are: Geoffrey Morgan, author, and lecturer, who Is now state assemblyman from Santa Monica; Don Blandlng, poet and traveler, and Dr. Charles Alfred Lory, president of the Colorado Agriculture College, noted educator and B. F. Hendricks. state superintendent of .schools. City Superintendent Chenoweth has been Invited to speak at Tularo, Hanford and Mewed on the subject, "Development of Personality." Return Meeting Superintendent lloaly said today thnt Monday and Tuesday afternoons of tho Institute will b« given over to section meetings and many distinguished educators will bo present OK leaders. The next meeting of the council will bo held at Fresno, October 17. SURFACE PIMPLES, RASHES, ECZEMA IRRITATIONS ACTUALLY DISAPPEAR vTry this simple, yet amazing test U«a Cuticura Soap regularly twice a d»y lor two weeks along with Cuticura Ointment. These famous beauty aids relieve minor irritations of external origin, help refine skin textile, assist nature in bringing back lovely, dear smoothness. Don't delay.Don't be miserable. Buy Cuticura today at your druggist's. Soap 25c. Ointment 25c. Real Relief^ CUTICURA D. A. V. Unit Back From Fresno Meet To attend installation ceremonies of Henry Blodens Auxiliary, Chapter No. 1 of Fresno, D. A. V., Mrs. A. W. Klncald and Mrs. a. E. Montgomery accompanied Mrs. Minnie F. Regan of Long Beach, Junior past state"commander of tho auxiliary to tho valley city last night. Mr. and Mrs. Q. L. Ingham also made tho trip, Mrs. Ingham being the fourth district commander. Mrs. Mary Porter was Installed as president by Mrs. Uegan. Tho gathering was held jointly with the mon and J. A. Porter, husband of the auxiliary leader, was Inducted In the office of commander by Percy Church of .Sacramento, a department officer. Full review of the meeting will bo presented by Mrs. Ingham in connection with the local Installation, October 0, at Hotel Padre, at which time Emmott Stewart will bo seated aa local commander and Mrs. James Branas as president of tho auxiliary. Mrs. Rogun will return to conduct tho ceremonies for tho women's unit. An all-day meeting and potluck luncheon will bo held by the local auxiliary Thursday beginning at 9 o'clock, at the homo of Mrs. John Edgar, southwest of Stockdule. There will bo sowing for Red Cross and hospital work. Persons wanting transportation may telephone Mrs. A. W. Klncaid. Predatory Animal Menace Discussed Livestock men and sportsmen, meeting at Fresno yesterday, agreed that there Is need for predatory animal control, not only for the protection of cattle and sheep but for the preservation of game animals and birds as well. L. A. Uurtch, agricultural commissioner, said hero today after returning from the assembly. Among Kern county men attending the meeting were Lester Arnold, Perry Sprague and Don Lucas. Stockmen and sportsmen attending Ing the mooting expressed themselves as favoring one "head" for this work, and that It be under the control of the U. 8. Biological Survey, Mr. Burtch said. Charles Poolo of the U. S. Biological Survey was one of the speakers at the meeting. Ho \n In charge of thin work In California. One of the difficulties of predatory animal control work In the paHt, according to Mr. Burtch, has been the fact that Homo counties killed off their predators while, other counties did nothing about it. Thus If one county controlled Its predators and the surrounding counties did not, there would be nothing to prevent predators moving from the "non- controlling" counties Into the one doing control work. More co-operation in control work IB needed between counties — In other words, a uniform plan Is required, Mr. Burtch said. .MAtlT K. UACUTE) T IMA beans—delicately flavored •^ and tempting—are to bo hud In abundance these days. You'll find them In the markets usually In their flat, green pods. H Is only within tho last few years that tho llmas have been shipped this way—a great Improvement because they retain their freshness and natural sweetness longer. Also when tho beans are shelled before whipping, there is so much danger that they will become bruised. Llmas Are Hearty Fare Lima beans are a heartier food than green beans and add calories to the menu, depending on tho manner in which they are served. One-fourth cup of llmas (four love) tablespoonfuls), served lightly seasoned with butter, furnish 100 calories of protein, fat and carbohydrates, while It takes one whole cup, or four times the amount, of string boans to furnish equal food value. Homembcr, though, that tho vitamin content of green beans In higher. Omen beans are classed with the leafy vegetables as a "protective food." You will probably find several varieties of lima beans in tho market— "butter beans," some hucksters call them. There are tiny green ones—• tho delicate baby llmas, large green ones, flat white ones and large fat whites. All of them are good If gathered before the milk becomes firm Inside the tender shell-like covering. As the beans ripen, thin covering becomes hard and difficult to dlgtsHt and the mnooth, creamy center grows dry and unpalatable. No matter how long the beans are cooked, these conditions cannot bo altered nor the vegetable Improved. Salt Carefully Remember that lima beans should be salted when they are half-cooked. There Is danger of toughening tho covering If tho salt Is added when the beans are put on to cook. Allow 80 to 40 minutes for llmas to cook and form the habit of Blinking the pan in which they are rooking. The flatnesH of lima beans often causes them to stick to tho bottom of tho pun and scorch, even when there Is plenty of water over them. Shaking the PHD prevents sticking without bruising as stirring would do. Succotash, made with lima beans and corn, IH a marvolouH vegetable dish. You can use equal parts of corn and bonus or twice as much corn as you have beans. With plenty of butler for seasoning, this combination makes n. hearty dish, Servo It In sweet green popper cupn with sliced lumatoca for the salad. Caramel cuHturd for dessert furnishes the protein necessary to make a well balanced meal. Delicious In Cream Tender, freshly gathered limns are most delicious served In pure cream. When'cream Is used, no butter IH necessary, HO tho seasoning IB not as extravagant aw It -sound*. On«half cup cream U Heasoned with salt and pepper and added to two r.ups of cooked llnni.H. Heat to the scald- Ing point but do not let boll. The T>EAUDSLEV, Sept. 23.—Beardsley J-'V. T. A. will hold Its firm meeting of the season at 7 o'clock Friday evening In tho school auditorium. Miss Patricia Collins, who toured Ireland, Scotland, Belgium, the Netherlands. France, Switzerland, Italy and Algiers with her parents and two sis- tors during the summer, will pro- sent a travelogue, Mrs. J. O, Henry, president, has asked a full attend anco for tho flrut meeting. • » « McFARLAND, Sept. 28.—Child welfare will bo tho theme of the first P. T. A. meeting of the your, which Is scheduled to bo held Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at tho kindergarten. t Mrs. M. B. McFarland, who was re-elected to servo as president for the second year, will preside and appoint yearly committees. Bho extends a cordial invitation to all patrons and friends to attend. A special Invitation is extended to parents of the high school. LODG1PEEI Comedy Program, Costumes to Mark Jolly Gathering Friday Evening In hooping with Frontier Days, a costume party and humorous program will be sponsored by the HomeMeaders' Life Association, Kern Homestead No. 68, for members and friends In tho K. of P. hall on Lake street, Friday night at 8 o'clock. All former members are Invited as well as present, affiliates. Prizes will be given for the best costumes for men, women and couples. "Radio" Itrondrnst Tho program, tho first of a series of entertainments planned for the winter months, will bo as follows: Timlin station FAKTC, nnnnuneer Madnmn Faker, Mrs. IDdna J<lr.*lnr; Homestead orchestra. Mrs. Y>lnm Longorla, Mrs. Virginia Rogers, Lon Flnnoy, Mrs. Flnney. Mrs. R. A. Force and Mrs. Arthur Vineyard. Tap dancing by Barlwira Lee. Force will enliven tho hour nnd a magi- clnn. "Alll Dabbl," more familiarly Known us .lames Klw.litr, will give demonstrations of legerdemain. Wedding SUetch A mock wedding, completing the progrum, ban as ItH east, Oeorge Borgwarrtt. preacher: .Tomes Kl». zlar, bridegroom; Mrs. Klzr.lar, bride; 10. ti. llarmun, be.st man; Mrs. Force, brldesmiild; Arthur Vineyard, brldn's fnther; Mrs. Vineyard, bride's mother; Mrs. Mary Tlogers, flower girl; Mrs. I 1 . H. Longorla, deserted wlfo, nnil Lon Flnnoy, policeman. t « » • Sequoia Circle of Woodcraft Convenes 0. E. S. Chapter Holds Meeting on Thursday Night! t ; , «, APPOINTIVE officers of Se- curlty Chapter No. 426, Order of the Eastern Star will entertain appoltive officers of other chapters of Kern County Thursday evening at3 o'clock at Masonic Temple. Ail Eastern Star mem- bcrs are invited. Mrs. Alan B. Parker is the worthy matron and Arthur J. Wright is the worthy patron. There will be refreshments and a program. Miss Eloise Nelson is the hostess chairman and Mrs. Goldie Trimmell the September hostess. Mrs. Lennice Kyraud to Be Instructor for Special Teachers' Class FEDERATION WILL MEET Valley W. R. C. Gathering Is Scheduled for Friday Memorial Hall at Hr-vlcwlng meetings In Hell nnd Long Bench. Mrs. Clara Ingraham presented one of the reports Tuesday night when Hequola Circle No. 300, Neighbors of Woodcraft mot nt Kagles' hall. Mrs. Y. H. Htones presided. Applications for members Plans will bo mndo for holding a i WP '? bullotl> '' »P"" ; . , f Plans wei-o completed for the Inst study hour and a social hour will bo enjoyed, with officers of the organization serving refreshments. Asstatlng Mm. MeFarla.nd will bo Mrs. Frank Carter, vice-president; Mrs. Paul Llndley, secretary; Mrs. Albert Duvls, treasurer, and Mrs. M. Y. Cavanagh, historian. T. n series of public card parties But night at 8 o'clock at the 120B T bo Five hundred will bn played; refreshment n will be served. Announcement WRH made thnl the Officers' (.'lull will meet. Friday nt thn home of Mrs. M. !•'. MeKlbben, 2(502 Nlles street for a potluck luneh- Uakersflold will be visited by ; women from Hnnford, Fresno nnd j Vlsalia when Federation No. 10. \ Women's Relief Corps of the Valley i convene here Friday at Memorial hull | for an all-day session. Mrs. J. Up- i church, president, from Hantord will | conduct tho business meeting. Mrs. j Limit Baldwin Is president of the j Mrs. Lennice Eyraud. who has been Instructor In Industrial crafts and arts, at the Santa Barbara State Teachers' College tho past three, years and who Is considered an authority In school arts and crafts teaching, today announced that she will present an extension course here for teachers. Activity Project The course designed to aid the classroom teacher In art and craft work in both primary and upper grades, will begin next Wednesday evening at Mrs. Kyraud's studio at' .10 Flower street. The course Is being given hero under tho auspices of the Santa Barbara State Teachers College, the Industrial arts and crafts division headed liy E. E. Erlckson. Tho course curries two units of college credit. Mrs. Eyraud bus re-arranged her studio furnishing It with tables and (•hairs for the project work to bo taught, low hanging- lights, and lookers for the convenience, of the I teacher and students. j Cm ft ft and Art i Craft work will Include the making of favors, book-binds and paper printing from rubber blocks, puppet making, block print- Ing nnd other training that « teacher finds Indispensable hi a classroom. Work with discarded materials Is particularly emphasized. In art, large free hand drawing will be taught as a special aid for primary nnd upper grade teachers Republicans Hold Meet at Fellows (Spenial to The Catijornian) FELLOWS, Sept. 23.—Louis I.an- caster of 8anto Barbara, executive j secretary of California Young Repub- i HcaiiH, addressed the Fellows Ijindon- 1 Knox Club In city park bore last night | at a gathering to hear Governor I*an- i don's radio talk from Den Molneu, j Iowa. Fifty-two persons were present, Mr. Lancaster spoke In place of Oeorge R. Bliss, Republican congressional nominee of the Tenth district. \V. C. Kurtz, chairman of the Landon-Knox Club, presided, and music was arranged by Miss Barbara lies- sick. Mr. Lancaster denied reports about the pauperizing of the Kan HUH school system, saying Governor Lundon had effected consolidations of small schools for greater efficiency, although it aroused resentment because fewer teachers were needed. Republican headquarters are to b« established in the Lawton and Hlanck Building on Monday, it waa announced, ' FAIRFAX, Sept. 23.—Mrs. K. j Hose, president of the Fairfax P. T. i ,>„„. ! A. announced today the first meeting | A special meeting of post guardians of tho year will he hold Friday after- i | S BCI for Thursday evening »t tin- j be pluynd. There will bo refreshments noon at 2:30 p. m. at the school. All I home of Mr*. U. .1. Llghlner. 540 Pn- and prlr.es. Mrs. 131lu James is chair- clflc Drive. I man of arrangements. city, at 12 o'clock at Memorial hall. Discussion of tho meeting occupied a portion of tho time Tuesday when members met at th« hall, Candidates Initialed were Mrs. Wlllnrd Bailey, Mrs. Francos Smith, MVs. Ola Cruzan, Buttonwlllow; Mrs. Sylvia Heath, Kosedalc. tJuests Included Mrs. Ruby Klassen, of A. H. Paul Corps No. 134, Anaheim. Mrs. Ida Deck, Buttonwlllow and Mrn. Louise Hurnlmin, Alexander Corps. Globe, Arlr.ona. Reservations for the federation meeting should bo, made vlth Mm. W. .1. Campion, secretary. Mrs. Lena Baldwin, president or Mrs. Thurza Hart. The executive eomniltteo. of the Woman's l!ell"f Corps is announc- IIIK si public card party Thursday evening. October S. at S o'clock in Memorial hall. Five hundred will lightly moist and and cream coats thn bouim makes them dcliffhtly smooth. The host way to nerve 11 man that have been allowed to beooino overripe la to rub them through a sieve after cooking and use them In a puree or souffle. Thin removes the tough outer covering but of course does not restore tho delicate flavor of the tender vegetable. Always cook lltima In as little water a» possible and cook tlmm uncovered. Ix^t the water cook away, or use It In a MHIICC with butler and a very little flower rubbed togother. Hub 1 teaspoon flour Into 2 tablespoons butter to thicken ',4 cup liquid. This will glvo you a titiuco of about the naino thlfkncBH HH real crcutn. Menu Breakfant—Grapes, cereal, minced ham on toast, milk, coffee. Luncheon — Succoianh In green pepper CUPH, sliced tomatoe*, BoKton brown bread, caramel cuHlurd, lemonade. Dinner — Baked blueflsh, creamed onions, boots In orangn KBUCC, fronh fruit salad, rrucken* and milk, coffe*. Children's Colds latjfc' Yield quicker tfr double action of ViSJSS STAINIFSS now, if you prcfc parents and patrons aro cordially in- vllod to attond. Tho instruction will he carried out on an individual basis and teachers will be helped with their own special activity projects Itt, planning crafts and Illustrations to fit Into their own classroom activity. Outside Activities : to Be Encouraged Twenty organizations were repre- Bcntod at tho meetlriK of junior ool- lone clubs hold last night In tho lec-l lure hall of Iho junior rr.illege build-" Int;. All organizations pledged their support to tho new program. Ac- oordlnu to Chairman David Goldberg, the program established utilises the preferential rating basis, putting each student in the organisation, which he iloKlivx to join. Tho ob- j JUKI. »ii\H Mr. Goldberg, Is to give ; over> student a chance for extra- eurrieuUir activity. Party Is Enjoyed by Church Women Eighteen members of Alia Vista Circle of First Presbyterian Church, who celebrated birthday anniversaries Hlnco April, wore guests of honor at a parly and meeting at tho homo of Mrs. S. H. Robinson, 2030 M Blrcot, Monday afternoon. Mrs. 1C. }). Shaffer, general uld society president, find Mrs, Jodslo Hawkins, general aid society vluo- president, outlined plans for tho coming Benson. Two lighted birthday cakes worn slicvd and served. Mrs, C. L. Taylor and Mrs. Bixlor poured. Tho committee Included Mesdames 8. It. Robinson, E. H. White, Maudo Whulon, J. H. Coloman and F. A. Hcrchcy. Members present worn MesdamoH C. L. Taylor. H. C. Bixler. Roy Lewis, ,1. H. Coloman, n. T. Orlmos, R. I. Moaghor, R. M. McLood, Willlam Klsfden, Maude Whalon, Frank Williams, Webster Clarh, L. THIot. BOH, Allt-e Hftworth. .1. A. Donuls, William Krammea, Hugh Adams, F. A. Hen-hoy, K. B. Word. OuOHtn Included Memtamp* Cally Casand, 11. 15. Mitchell of Beverly Hills. F. D. Bradley. Curtis Gilbert. 4 i » Encinitas Junior Camp WilJ^Convene Plans for fall and winter meetings will be mad* when Enclnlta* Junior Camp No. IB, W. O. W. meets for UK first fall session Thursday ovo- nlng at Woodman hall, according to Miss Kdna Deuel, junior consul commander. Following ihc busint'HH meeting refreshment!) will bo nerved and a nodal hour will bo enjoyed. I'LL HAVE TO HANG UP NOW I Want to Listen to My Favorite Program Schilling Auxilary Meeting Members of the ijidU-H' Auxiliary to the CarpenterB 1 Union will hold a ftocial meeting tonight at 8 o'clock at the I^abo* Temnln hail. All union carpenter* and their Indies are invited. 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