The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 1, 1936 · Page 3
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' " BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA^, THURSDAY, OCTOBER *l» 1936 OMMUNITY Literary Gro^up to Hold Eighteen Meetings K to Tht Oatttorntan) K3KROV13, Oct.;!.—Year books tjie 'Neighborhood Literary Club fot the 1938-37 "season are now off the press and include many topics of interest, Responses to roll call for the yeir are to be) current events. There will be 18 meetings, 15 reg- . ular and threo special events which include, the ,antiual reception which , falls on May 13 and which will be held'' at 11 th<| Rtchgrove district ' 'stshool- houso; a potluck supper on * April,'S3 1 ; at the jasmine district IT community- hall! 1 and "'the' annual pic- i v»n!c otter,.which' reports wi)l be given - and selection' of officers will be held. . • The'.'iopening meeting'will be on , Octqber,,8 at the home at Mrs. Neal Woodward when the past president, iMrs. John W. Reed, will give "The Jteistory of Our Club." . SJ Mre, Paul Driver will lead the '' . second meeting in October from the subject "Eugene Field." It will be at the home of Mrs, Vf. A. Welch ' on 'Richgrove Heights. } The November 6 meeting will be ' d at the home of Mrs. Hugh P. Burum, '« and will be led by Mrs. Ivan Bays who* will present the subject, "Ancient and Modern Ethiopia." The November 10 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Edward Cave Vlth Mrs. Frank J. Coddlngton as leader; and the subject will bo "California Prisons." ' On December 3 Mrs. William L. Lyon^ will entertain ; . the club with Mrs. 'John 'M. Kyte as leader, and presenting tho subject, "U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey—Ocean Tides." The December 17 meeting will be devoted to a. Christmas program, with . Miss Alice Mae Stuhr in charge, and ~ the meeting will bo at the homo of Mrs.^jbhn W. Reed. The^first meeting of 1937 will fall •,7 and will be at the home of Mrs. Paul Driver with Mrs. S. H. Kyle as leader using the subject "Marriago Customs Around the World." On January 21 Mrs. B. M. Neilsen will entertain tho Club and Mrs. L. R. IClatt will present tho program from the subject, "<3>Men and Their Operations." The February 4 meeting will be at the country home of Mrs. Charles H. Hart in tho Jasmine district with Mrs. B. C. Triplett giving a book review. The February IS meeting will bo at the home of Mrs. John M, Kyto, and lead Mr.s. Thomas J. Oulley will using the topic, "California Laws Affecting Women and Children." The March 4 meeting will be at tho homo of Mrs. W. A. Goodell in the Jasmine district -with Mrs. Chester Doqley as leader. The subject will be, "The Romance of Seed Development." Th March 18 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Frank J, Coddlng- ton and will be lead by Mrs. Howard S. Miller with "Traveling by Air." t,he The subject, April 1 meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. S. H. Kyle, with Mrs. Frank M. Kee presenting the subject, "Tho Negro Race-Problems and , Progress." The April 15 meeting will bo at the home of Mrs, L. R. Klatt, with Mrs. W. A. Welch presenting, "Child Growth «Mid Development." The April 29 meeting will bo at the home of Mrs. W. P. Pierce with Mrs. David R. Miller presenting, "Magazines." The program committee included Mesdames B. C. Triplett, Arthur F. Woodhead and John M. Kyte. Officers of the club are Mesdames Charles H. Hart, president; S. H. Kyle, vice-president; Elmer W. Harris, secretary; Chester G. Dooloy, treasurer, and Miss Alice Mae Stuhr, assistant secretary. News of Woody District WOODY, Oct. 1.—Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kilbreth and children have moved back to Glennville. They havo sold out the service station here to Wilson Coll who took charge. Monday. Mr. Kilbreth will take over the freight stage. Miss Alice Madlgan and Miss Emmeline Gilvere motored to Vlsalla Saturday, returning Sunday. Ernest Seeley returned from Point Conc«pclon Friday, where he has been >yorking for tho past two months. The Frontier dance given Saturday night was well attended and nmny colorful costumes were In ^evidence. The ladles prize for the best costume went • to Miss Sadie Clondennen. Henry Seeley won tho gentlemen's prize for the best facial adornment. There will be no dance this coming -week end. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Carver and sons spent tho week end at their ranch above White River. Miss Marjorle Wcringer spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr and Mrs. F. J. Werlnger. Dell Moore went to Delano Saturday to visit with his family. Ward and Robert Woody and Mart Brunk were transacting business in Delano Monday. Manuel Azevedo visited the Blue Mountain mine Saturday morning Mr. and Mrs. D. Forston went to Bakersfield Sunday. Texas Family to Make Home Here McFAKLANBj Got. 1,.—Mr. and Mrs. 2, A. HammocK and their family arrived hero frotn ' their Texas home Sunday and are making their lome on the S. <O. Wlmberloy ranch > home on the Petersen road. i The family Visited relatives here i recently and liked the country so well that they returned south and disposed of their property, returning here where; they expect to buy property and. make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Hammock have four children, Miss Beatrice, who is a graduate of high school; Miss Juanita, who is attending the .local ilgh school in her Junior year. Their other two children are LaVerne- and Zack, Jr., who are attending the grammar school. Mr. and Mrs.' Hammock are cousins of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wlmberley. They also havo many other relatives in tho community. . — 4 « » Fairfax to Begin New Construction FAIRFAX, Oct. 1. — Construction will commence within the next week of tho new schoolroom to bo added to tho Fairfax School. ' Tho contract has been awarded to Paul Apperman of Bakersfield. Tho fifth and sixth grades are occupying the lunch room until tho new unit is completed. School opened September 14 with an enrollmen^ of 172. Leslie Do Hart Is principal and teacher of tho seventh and eighth grades. Miss Jeanne Potter, a graduate of Fresno State, teaches the fifth and sixth grades and music. Mrs. Minnie Hocking teaches the third and fourth grades: Miss Gladys Lawrence teaches the second grade and art, Mrs. Marjorle McCasllne the first grade. Clarence Morley Is bus driver. Teacher Will Lead Wasco Church Choir WASCO, Oct. 1.—Mrs. Ruby Duncan Hicks, teacher of Piano and voice iin the Wasco Union High School, has been engaged by the choir of the Methodist Episcopal Church to train and direct them during the coming year. The first practice will be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the church and all Interested In singing who wish to take advantage of such training as Mrs. Hicks is noted for, are invited to bo present at this first rehearsal. Miss Graco Charles will preside at tho piano. The regular weekly prayer meeting has been changed to Wednesday evening at 7:30 because of the new arrangement for choir practice. Items of Note in Wasco WASCO. Dot 1.—Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Bailee and son of Fiumore were recent guests In the home of the Plxlcys. Mr. Bailee la clerk of tho Chamber of .Commerce of Fillmore and justice oT the peace. Other house guests nf the Pixleya were Mrs. Iva Bookman and her niece of Flllmore. Mrs. Bertha Plxley and son Herman left on Monday for Riverside where Mrs. Plxley will visit relatives for several weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Bates Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Schackelford and Mr. and Mm. IX M. Wosson and Miss Flossie Jackson were at A Vila and Plsmo over the week end. The men in tho party went deep sea fishing from Aviia. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leo of Imperial Valley spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. D. M. "Wesson. Mrs. A. T. Rudrum of Bakersfield was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. McCombs Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watklns, formerly of Wasco were here this week preparatory to moving to Alhambra where Mr. Watklns will bo associated In business with his father, The Walking have been living at Pixley. W. H. Peck. o. former resident of Wasco is residing In the community where ho is in tho cotton buying business. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Repsher nro preparing to move to Fresno. Mrs. Repshcr and baby are at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Bocks this week while Mr. Repsher la still at Shaver Lake, but they plan to move soon to Fresno. A group of Wasco ISastern Stars who went to Taft for the reception of Mrs. Ruth Ross, deputy grand matron of this district Included Miss Wlnntfred Cokoly, worthy matron of Wasco chapter. Mr. and Mrs. James Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oil- breath, Mrs. Ruth Barrow*, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Prltschke. Mrs. Emma Jane Wright and Mrs. Edith Tabb of Shatter, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Fry returned to Wasco Monday after a three- weeks' trip east which Included Boston, New York, Washington, D. C., and many other cities. At Annapolis they visited John Vrna, Jr., who Is enrolled at U, 8. Naval Academy. J. W. Lark, who made a trip to Alatneda where he visited his son- in-law and daughter, has returned home. Mr. Lark mado the trip by nuto, going north through tho valley and returning tho coast route. The rummage sale held by the Ladles' Aid Society of I ho Methodist Episcopal Church In tho welfare office, on Saturday was a splendid success. An hour before the sale was scheduled to open a crowd was at the door, waiting to get tho pick of the goods. So much good merchandise was turned In that there was scarcely room for Its display. The ladles will hold another sale soon, they announce. McFarland Personal Notes MCFARLAND. Oct. i.—Miss carol Buchner of Bakcrsfleld and Glcndon Rodgcrs, secretary at the K. C. U. II. S., in that city were recent dinner guests of tho lalter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Don Burroughs entertained at their California avenue home Sunday for Miss Bculah Groce of Sierra Vista: S. M. Price, who has been very ill, is recovering slowly at his home hero. Over-night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Todd Oarrolt Monday were their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin and the lattcr's brother, Carl Beagle. Tho guests were en route to Oil Center to visit Mr. Martin's sister, Mrs. Da?, and family before returning to their homo at Coallnga. Tho many friends of Miss Olga Ratekln will bo Interested to know that she is attending the Arts und Crafts college In Oakland. 8ho IB living with her aunt, Mrs. Ivan Lompray, while In tho north. Miss Ratekln, who Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ratektn of this city, has done sonic very flno art work for tho Community Methodist church In this city. * * A GALA 3-DAY EVENT Exquisite Little | ** iT)>V?OOI^O** T Dressies Church Group Has Social at Fairfax FAIRFAX, Oct. 1.—The young; people of the Christian Endeavor Society enjoyed a social at the J. C. Klmbrlel homo Friday evening. Miss Ardeon Baker was presented with a farewell gift, as she. Is leaving soon with her family for Santa Barbara. Miss Malsic Klinbrlol was In charge of tho games and entertainment. Those attending were Mls»es Ardean Baker, Naomi Browning, Evelyn Bryan, Frelda Mao Bryan, Maxlne Clark, Arleno Domrles. Eileen Jobe, Malsle Klmbrlol, Dorothy Jean Seegor, Genovlove Secger, Rita Stogsdell, Betty Jano Sward, Doris Sward, Arlene Wright, Cathreno Wright, Cntallna '/.ambarelon, Sofia Zambarelon. Mesdamos Ruth Baker, C. L. Jobo, J. O. Klmbrlel, O. T. Sward, Messrs. J. C. Klmbrlel, O. T. Sward. Arthur Brown, Eugene Brown, Roy Brown- Ing, Norman Cndy, Norman Cunningham, Frank Ueucl, Glenn Deuol, Lloyd Deuel, William Deuol,, Calvin Domries, Byron Hnlc. Paul Hancock, Ray Klmbrle), Ralph Robinson, Ralph Rhodes, Henry Seeger, Maurice Wright. <» « » Rummage Sale Is PIanned_at Wasco McFARUVND, Oct. 1.—Mrs. P. E. Trask, president of tho Woman's Council has tumounced that a work meeting will bo held Friday afternoon at tho MelhodUt church. Members of tho council arc asked to come as early us possible after lunch to assist with work which Is to bo completed for tho rummage Hale, scheduled to be held Friday and Saturday. October I) and 10. AI a meeting held Tuesday seven ladles worked nil day. Others assisted In tho afternoon. Included at tho meeting were: Mesdnmes Paul Llndlc-y, Todd Garrett. 13. L. Calkins, Nellie Stllea, F. W. Dickinson. Elmer 15. Lobre, D. Parish, Hunttay Webb, M. Palmer. O. O. Burnett, Dolly Rntokln. I.* A. Burroughs, Sol by Holmes, H. 15. Garter, Orace Con ROT, ISdlth Dlxun nnil F. 13. Tnwk. Women's Progressive Glut) Plans Country Fair Soon' (Special to The CoUfOrfilan) 1 ASCO, Oct. l.—To make further plans for the country fair which Lhe Woman's Progressive Club will sponsor at the Legion hall on the afternoon and evening of Friday, October 28, and Saturday, October 24, Mrs. Walter Nlcol and Mrs. James Little, general chairmen, met with members of the various committees office wilt be. almost given away; a home cooked food booth; a vegetable stand with fresh vegetables from the,, gardens of the club members will b« on sale; also a poultry coop and a tamale booth, where tamales will be mode and sold by & famous Mexican chef. There will also be ah amuse- mant booth with a marionette show. on Tuesday afternoon at the home One of the equestrians In the Pio- of Mrs. Thomas Faulkner. neers' parade in Bakersfield on Sat- Tho fair will open Friday noon urday will carry posters announcing with a merchants' lunch, to be tho, fair und on the day of the open- served by Mrs. A. H. Osborn, caterer I ing a hay wagon carrying a group from Bakorsfleld, and the price will | of members of the club through bo 35 cents. Following the luncheon the concessions will be open for business and an entertaining program will bo given. Many attractive features will be on the program during both evenings. An admission charge of 10 cents will be mado and each Wasco. Many In Charge Those In charge of the different concessions and booths include Mes- August Soucto and R. T. Cole, cooked food; Mesdamea George Caret 10 cents will bo mado and each rlker and George Ebel, vegetables; evening there will bo 10 prizes i Mesdames Thomas Faulkner, E. J. awarded. 'I. .Kyle, George Gularto and Charlea Garden Display j Bishop, garden; Mesdames A. C.. Among the 1 attractive booths will | Mncklln, R. J. Offutt. post office; be. a garden display with plants and cut flowers for sale: a quill display where tho double wedding ring pat- torn quilt which will be given away Saturday evening will be shown Mesdamea Joe Simpson and W. D. Wasson. arts and crafts; Mesdamea Otto Penncr. K. H. Keeker, amuse* Mesdames H. O. Bryson, M. M. Bridges and Oscar Thompson,among, valuable quilts of different j candy; Mrs. George Thompson, draw periods of history; a candy booth where taffy will bo mado and pulled prizes; Mesdamea A. B. Beckes and M. E. Sanctuary; marionettes, Miland wrapped for sale; an arts and ton Charlea and Gill Wright. Mrs. crafts display with fancy article* M. K. Sanctuary made the quilt suitable for Christmas gifts shown; (which will bo. awarded the lucky a port office, where parcel post I winner and Mrs. John Dieter did tho packages from the club's dead letter! artistic quilting, Dinner Party Held at McFarland Home McFARLAND, Oct. 1.—The coun-! try homo of Mr. and Mrs. E. W.| Root \vna the scene Tuesday night of a dinner party. Attractive appointments were carried out. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mlshler and their sons. Terrence and Dale. Also Miss Kunlce Krcpps, sister of Mrs. Mlshler, who is. thnlr house guest from her homo in trfiverno; Mr. and Mrs. Hoot and their family, Charlotte, Lois, Herbert and Robert. Rio Bravo Women to Finish Quilts RIO BRAVO, Oct. 1.—Members of tho local home department gathered at tho homo of Mrs. T. M.Martin on Tuesday afternoon and quilted. This quilt, when finished, will b« sold to make money for tho treasury. Those present were: Mesdames Clyde Kachnry, Frank Schler'- > ami. 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