The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 2, 1936 · Page 6
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Bakersfield, California
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Friday, October 2, 1936
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THE BARJSUSFIEU) CAMF0IWJAN, FRIDAY. OCTOBER j, Iff t '»*; -v^ 1 ; ~A*8fe^ ..... ...... ^.... HI- -f -•"• 1 ~'_i *," fc^'V' 1 WELFARE LEAGUE ELECIUEAOERS Infunls Friends Pick Stuff | for Ycor; Mrs. HobinHon ! Agnin l-lxcculivf Airs. S. II. ISoblnsnn imniilinously was rp-electPil presldi-nl of iho Infants' Friend Lcagup »t " J 11 ,^'", 1 ," 1 o'clock Thurmlny nl Hloekdalo Country Club. 01 her Officers Otltors fleeted were Mrs. Maude "Whalen, first vloi-presldi-nt; Mrs. S. A. Woody, second vice-president; Mrs. (I. A. Utyuoldn, third vice- prchldeiit; Mrs. J. M. 1'u.vnf. II-PII.S- urcr (r.-clec'led for a twent.v-«econd ypur); and Mrs, I'. M. MIllH, HPPI-P. inry. , . Mrs. i'. .1. I'altei-son waa I no vocnl HOlol.Ml of HIP afli'i-ncKm, she was ac- companltMl at Ibo plirni) hy Mrs, A. II. HolHlnKton. New mi-tiibPi-H vvcli onu'il Into HIP league Includeil Mesdnirips Max .Sliaffralb. J. H. .Smllliey, <!. N. Hco- field, .1. K llpynoldH. Irene Key, C, C. Cheshire, F. I.. Hayes. Mc-i'l lii Novcmbpr The next mcellni! will ).«• held jVovoiiibor '• at H'O IIOIUP of .Mrs. Thomas Kciill. t!D I Lincoln Hi reel. AsslnllriK Mrs. H. A, Woody. Mrs. William Kanawyor and Mrs U. A. UcvnolilH in) i lu> HI 'iiiiwiiicniti wei-P Mrs. I). M. Mill" »'<d Mrs. l-'innk Allen. Hermann Sons and Auxiliary to Meet Armln l.odg«, Order of Hermann Nuns and members of Us auxiliary will hold tb-lr first meeting of full Miilurdity. October 3, »l K. " r ''• hull un Lako street, nt h:'.IO o'clock Officers are linking n full attend- nlii-e of bulh urouim: there will be. rcl'resbnienlH and entertainment. Mm. John Uruuff In prcHldent of the wonien'H unit nnd Albert llraiin, nf the lodge. |Moose to Pick i j Lodge Dictator I _at Meet Tonight] LI5CTION of n illplnlor In »iie- cpril Knmicll Itlnjsilcll Is iivlulcd for a innnllng of Unit^ lortRe No. <17;i, Loyiil Order of MOONP, at Druids hall lo- nlghl lit 8 o'clock. Oamllditlps urii l^'onnril Thompson nnd Hiiy N«l- defer. NPW coiumlllpps will bo up- pnlnleil. Olhcr business Is planned. Patriotic 0*der to of Card Parties i Luf kin's Honor ! Roll Announced ! Tlilrty-flvp naini'S omnprlwo the honor roll of Ltifkln's Uuslnoss Col- I logp, the manugt'tneint announced today. Making this record wore: Lvnlono Hlubnugb. WlldM Oakur, Htanloy Chnffln. (ieneva Clark, KathorlliP i-oi-t right, 10ll7.iiboth Carlson, Tommye ji'hahbless, l/'noro Draper. Ma- ibli. KlliliiH, OiM'Hldlin- (Iruliam, Waller (llbson, Charlotto Hlnnmn, Cathryn Hall, lleatrlco Hawthorne. lIoMoti'mry flelblhig. Mott.v Howard. Virginia llallsted, Kill It llargls. F.lln Johnson, Ituth Kuoffner, dracc l.iiwiencp. HrooklP LCP, Mariana MOI-OHII, Unll Pnthe. Hiirah I'ea'rce. hpltiptrii I'onldglnnls. Munty Itnss, (lonevlevo HI. Cliilr, Kiithryn Hcbiilt/,, Anna Mr.ybold, Xoe'HIntOH, Mary LOP Hmyllie. f'eth Sbe/i, (lor- irinle Tanner and I'orris Wilson. 'Cooks and Waiters' Annual Ball Success A large crowd was In atlendanc" at the Conks and Wallers' Union annual daiicr- held last night at tho Iipiirdslpy hall. The hall wan crowded'fi i corly until late and novelty ilaticcH with PI-I/.PH won tho npprovnl of Hie crowd. (ifflcliiln of Hie union, through MI-H Jimeiihlne I'Pi'fy. Beci'plary, t"- ilny eslenileil lluinliH to local nier- ehiints and other friends who ma- Inrliilly assisted In llialllliK Iho dlinco n success. Hey, You Folks! If you all ain't seed Allard's showing of the bcHtcst styles hi •furniture of the gay M9s, kum on down and see our winders this here week end shurc. If il's Ihc bcsl qunlil.v in Uu- LATKST slylcs ol' I'lirnilurc Hint you \\i\\\\, also st ; c Allard's, your rriendly I'lirniluri 1 slort- for more Hum twenty years. NVi' receive weekly I he lalesl an(l the best eonsU'iieled nunibers in I'lirnilure and floor coverings from more lhaii Ihirly ol' Ameriea's furniture companies. STUDENIS RAIE EM ILL Speaker Tells City Teachers Avcrngc Pupil Sees Through Bluffing I low HIP student seen the teach- IT, not always with fluttering eyos, wus thci Hiibjnct of Pr, Ooorgo KrotiC who addressed the profos- Mloitiil meet Ins of llnkonifloti) City Hi'hmil Teachers yesterday afternoon ill UK; KriKM'son school auditorium. The speaker's formal subject WIIH "Evaluation of Teachers' Personality TrnltH and Qualities From Iho WtidenlH' Point Of Vlow." HP based blH remarks on the ro- HIIII.H of a qtiosUonnalro that was answered by hundreds of students who wcfp asked to estimate, fairly tliplr teacher* on tho bawl* of appearance, oblllty to taach, kindness, character and other attributed. I<PI>II rCsllnmlr The speaker mild that singularly enough tho tenchers who were hi I nd us being PfiHy to "got hy" did not receive, iho highest rnnrklng from Ihn students. Thn teacher receiving thp hlKhPHt rat- Ing WIIH HIP one "with HIP ability lo present her subject." . A general discussion followed In which tho I mi churn admitted It wan viiliiiibln to vlow herself or himself from iho student's viewpoint and Mint tho teacher appealing moMt to tho student In usually tho mufti Htic.cegHful toachorB. DlHciiHftPH Problems I,. 10. ' Chonowoth, city superintendent of schools, IIIIH conducted personallly classes hero for teachers which many of tho staff have jiLlniidod. They havn U!HO at- tcndpd courses at various slate institutions on personality develop- muni, Tlui city superintendent opened tho meeting with a discussion of city school problems and facilities. Me pointed out that Iho enroll- mi-lit now HtiindH nt r>,fi3r> UK compared lo C/,:M;J of last ,v«ar, an Increase of 201 pupils which complicates class room and adtnlnlstra- linn problems, Music Knjoyi'd A inimical ftruKrimi wan enjoyed nl the openliiij of tho meeting. Miss IMIlh lloiid, lOmorson nchool li'iu'her mid pliinlHt, presented two numbers, Minstrels. (Ue.bussy), arid Hcher/.iindo, (lipeeher, and Miss I lively n Cn villa. cuntnillo, who i KIIIIHT "l.lltle liiimo/.e!" nnd "Uy the Itlver," with Miss itond uc- t at thn piano. Wedding: Oatfl Told Ammuncomont of the Impending wcddlnir ot Mian Mlabol Jfnnoock and Donnld C. McQudid, December 6, WDM ft Burprlse feature when Thota Tim Thula sorority met Wftdncflday night at Itplol Padro. Tho bride- elect In ).ho duughtor of Mrs. Andrew Hancock and her fkncn Irt thn »on of \ «' FRATERNAL 1 Tcjon Hoclal Club I | MeinlieiM of Tcjon Koolttl dull, I order of Iho Amaranth, will meet i In I lie club niniriM of Munonlo liiin- 1 i pie HilN pvpiilnu ul 8 o'clock. Mrs. 11 Wllllnin KciiK'in l/i chiilrman of tho I,, club. Mr. and Mm. CharlnH McQuttld of VacttVlUo. fho nown wan convoyed on a card In a box of candy pre- nontad to the pr«»l<lent. Both young: people aro employnit of tlio local telephone company. MI«JH Hancock la a former member of the ItuHlnoiw and Professional Women's Club and Is secretary of Theta Tftu Thota sorority. During the business mooting flnns worn begun' for tho annual fall luncheon to bo hold October 11 at ft place to bo named later, A.mon(j the members are; Mesdamos— George t'remo Jr. Den Urundago v Frances Hachellt-i Irving Burr Floyd Parish !<• S. Jllolmrds Fen ton Young Walter Mullnr Frank Hohamblln \j. C. Murphy A. U. Nelson I tan llodforn D. H. HtrUiklln J. D. Wharton William Vdingford Misses— 1^1 label ItancooH Frances HI. Clulr HPKlna Htovonson Bllzaboth Painter Doris Walters Wllma Wagoner Athono Btevonson Margaret William LttlK Hnrgslen Marjorlo Marma- Vorna (Jro»on duke Charlotto Cut- Annette shall O'Shaughnossy Mary Helen Irene Began Glasgow ISllzabeth McGinn Amtarfton-Murdock Wetlitlng Miss nol.tlp D.' Andorson, the daughter of Mrs. 0. V. Anderson, 1)20 Oleander avpnuo, and tho lato C. V, Anderson, prominent local attorney, was wedded to Robert Kollon Murdock, tho son of Mrs. Margaret Murdock, Thursday morning In Los Angeles, Tho couple will bo at homo after October la at Manhattan Beach where thp VivldpRi-oom IH ongagoc' In short story writing. Tho wpddlng was tiulotly ar ranged nnd simply performed, am comes aw u uurprlsu to many loca' friends. Mrs. Murdock was born in I»of Angeles and editcatod in the loca Hchools, Mills College, tho ' Unlvpr Hlly of Callfomla find Oolumhla University. Hho \^MH graduated from the Collrgu of .luurnultnin at. Columbia. At f. 'V sho pledged PI Phi sorority. Since her Kraduutlon sho IUIH Bpont much of her time In Houtlu'l'n CalH'ornln. Mr. Murdoch altonded tha local NchoolH ami Hlmiford I.'Diversity. Tho bride IH a sister of Mrs. Waller I'. Wtekersham, tho former Mlws lOmllle Anderson, and of Vnncp Anderson, both uf Ihln oily. To Wed Tonight Before 100 guests Miss Igthel Adams, the daughter of Mr. and MM, Frank K. Adams, 628 Flower street, will bo wedded tonight at 8 o'clock at the First Baptist Church to Henry Lewis Bchhoor. tho son of Mr. and Mr*. ll«nry T. Schnoor, Sr., of Walnut Creek. . . , Tho ceremony will be performed by tho .Reverend Bufton Barrett, pastor of the church with the couple attended by Mr. and Mrs. James Gal- Daughter of Count Tolstoy Believes Civilization I* Soon to Crumble music will be played by Mrs. Bessie Mlnner. A reception Is planned to follow the service, at the new home of, tho couple, 411 Flower street. The young people are deferring their honeymoon until November when they have a trip to Berkeley and the bay region. Mixed bouquets of out flowers will bo used In decorating the church and ionic. , „ , . Miss Adams attended BaKersfield schools and Mr, Schnoor was edu- ;alod at Berkeley high school and ho University of California. Ho Is \mptoyed by tho local telephone com- jany in Its plant department. For her wedding attitro, Miss Adums has selected a navy blue ihoer tunic ensemble to be worn with )lue accessories and gardenia corsage. Her attendant will wear a crepe street dross with corsage of talisman nids, and blue accessories. For Miss Davis Mrs. Mary Candeo was hostess at a miscellaneous shower given In honor of Miss Lou Davis at her home. Tho honoree will bo wedded to John Kilter on an early date. Receiving of gifts and serving of refreshments marked tho occasion which was shared by: Mesdames— Dorothy Sowden Florence Rtella Connor Ksbonshade II. S. Smith T-ena Gregor Albert Cooper W. M. Poflctt Kenneth Lewis C. Ivostor Josephine " Rubin Smith Gonzules Mary Ambrose Laura ITolton MISHCH— Lena Ambrose ' Helen Ambrose Lou Davis Marilyn Leo Candeo • • • Onrsts o( Strongs After studying radio controlled airplanes in a flying field in Ohio, Lieutenant and Mrs, Robert Jarmon are en route to Hamilton field in Marln county, whore Lieutenant Jarmon Is stationed. They wero KUOHIH Thursday and'today of Mr. .larmon's sister. Mrs. Horace T. .Strong, nnd Mr. FUrong. • • » Vlsltlnjf tlie Nunncllys Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Nunnolly, 1129 A street, have UH their guests, Mr. and Mrs. 13. B. Blackburn and their daughter Joan, who arrived today to remain ovwr Frontier Days. Step Back 100 Years at Allard's and Compare the Old With the Latest Closed Saturday Morning From !)::JO Until 11:.'{() n. m. Allard Furniture Co. 625 Nineteenth Street 0|i|iohlle (Vnlnil I'arli We Want to See the Frontier Day Parade Chattering Woman Shown No Mercy (Unllnt I'm** /,en»C(( \\irr) N1JW YOISK. Oct. 2.—If u "chattering woman" annoys you lu a mo- tlon picture theatnr It's all right to «lap Ivor CHOP, according to a Judicial ruling In night court. MaKlHlruti' llonry H. Cumin dismissed n. complaint against A If roil FondliM-. lin, for striking Miss Alar- garni Sohuli/, 24, who sat behind him In 11 Bronx theater. Kondler mild Mln« Hi-hulty; "chat- tornd so long and HO incessantly" with anolhof Klrl ho could not hoar whut tho luitorn wild. "It nerved her right," mild Mug iHtrnto Cm-ran. "I!<IHO dismissed." \V. C. T. V, TO MKKT FrancpM WIHard Union, W. (.'. T U., will meet October 7 Instead o October 14, dun to convention hern on tho latiir iluto. During a tutor business mooting to bo presided ovm hy Mrs. W, J. SclHilU, president doloffatnn to convention will ho up pointed. Episcopal Church Service Changed Next Sunday morning, the members of the congregation of St. Paul's rcpiucopal Church are asked to come to tho 8 o'clock service which will bo Iho chief service of tho day as the 11 o'clock service will bo omitted. The choir will be present to sing the communion of' flee. Tho Sunday school will moot us usual at 0:45 o'clock. Tho Young People's Fellowship will attend tho corporate communion nt H o'clock Sunday Instead of meet ing Sunday evening. (Vnded t'reit Leaned Wire) 1IADDAM, Conn., Oct. 2. — Living close to the soil in an ordinary Connecticut farmhouse in Haddatn, with the teeming highway to the shore running close to her door, lives tha Countess Alexandra Tolstoy* daughter of the great literary figure, Count Leo Tolstoy. , Busily engaged In keeping chickens, two cows and a tiny vegetable garden, the countess Is far iway from the rush and turmoil of the world she"-once Knew and also slightly removed from the modern world which she denounces in no uncertain terms. It Is difficult to believe that this woman in her detached existence has known the luxurious life of European nobility, the giddy whirl of the Russian imperial court and later, swallowed up In tho maelstrom of a changing Russia, the wretchedness and squalor of strife, pestilence and dungeons. Not Bitter Woman Perhaps this daughter and secretary of the great Russian literary master should be bitter and disillusioned. But to a~vlstor. she completely dissolves any preconceived notion of any such attitude. The countess is deeply engrossed with life, and It is suspected that tho three-year Interlude ot quiet which she has spent in tho Connecticut hills has begun to pall. She would like to be in where tho fighting is thickest, grappling against social evils. Speaking of tho confusion and flight of this age, tho countess offers this warning: "People are no longer living for ideals. They aro not even living for each other. They build dirigibles and fly from Germany to the United States faster than they ever did bo- fore. But why do they want to go so fast? They want comfort. They want pleasure. And that Is all people seem to care about.' No civilization ever lived very long like this. You remember the civilization of Rome and Babylon? It will happen again," Denounces Soviet System Upon mention of the Soviet Union, the countess' face grows stern and tho humor in her eyes dies as she asserts: "It won't last." Tho apparent success of the five-year Dlun she dismisses with a shrug, saying "The experiment has only seemed to succeed. Economically it has. But the family and religion aro still in the balance. Even now there is a trend toward the reinstatement of the family. And although there aro only 36 churches standing in Russia, at Christmas and Easter It is impossible to keep the people from them." Tho countess describes her father as a religious anarchist, adding that 'this statement of mine astonishes most Americans," ; TJnldn Civil War Veterans will hold the first of a series of six* card parties Saturday evening, at 8 o'clock at Memorial hall, corner of Nineteenth and F streets, Five hundred will bo plnycilj 10 prizes will be awarded at each party and grand awards will be Riven at the end of the series. Refreshments wilt be served. Mrs, Nellie Broome Is chairman of the first party. AttQMiey^pbley to Address Woodmen Arrangements' were completed for an open meeting, October 8, when members of Bakerafleld Camp, No. 460, Woodmen of the World, met Thursday night at W. 6. W. hall. Members and friends are Invited to hear .Tohn Henry Foley, attorney fr6m the south, whq Is a director of Woodmen o£ the World, and is known to many local residents. .Tames Neilsoh, clerk of Manzahlta Camp of Fresno, also a director of the order, will be present to give an address. • A cash attendance prize was won by John W. Canadny. • « » Old Time Religon '. Will Be Topic Here Conforming with the prevailing Frontier Days motif, an old-fashioned service is .planned for 7:30 o'clock Sunday evening at First Methodist Church, where the Reverend Grover Ralston, pastor, will speak on "Old Time Religion." Old hymns will bo sung Including Church In the Wildwood, and such familiar favorites as "Old Mill Stream" and "Sweet Bunch of Daisies." Many old tkne members of the congregation, prominent among whom will be tho Reverend J. M. Munden, will be present. The Reverend Mr. Munden will have a part in the service. Heirlooms of frontier times will be worn, and some of the parishioners may tell anecdotes of their apparel or old times. All Types of Activities Qet Under Way at Meetings on Campus Today Executives of tho Bakersfleld Jun« lor College Associated Sttidents ar« urging a movement planned to placd every member In ono of the many clubs on the oampufl. New clubH ftr« . bolng formed^ and old organizations renovated, many of them, offering membership without dues. Under |he leadership ot David Goldberg, second', vice-president, tho different olubs met today in all parts of tho campus. From Art to Boxing According to Goldberg, "clubs will have a definite voice,in the execu* tive council this year through a Btu- dent advisory board council, composed of presidents of organization* and the Vice-president of the student Women's Group Has Election Gathering Mrs. R. W. Willard was elecled president of the women's auxiliary to tho National Federation* of Post Office Clubs at S meeting held recently at tho D. H. Ratzlaff home. Others elected were Mrs.' B. A. Shelton, vice-president; Mrs. p. H. Ratzlaff, secretary, and Mrs. .B. R. Hawley, treasurer. After the business hour, 'refreshments were served. The session was the first this fall, the next to ha November 12 at tho homo of Mrs. A. A. Fike. NUDIST QUKISN SAN DIKGO, Oct. 2. (U, P.)—• Tanya, tho latest queen of ^tho ex- posttlon'B nudist colony, has'decided that who will either make or break Iho University of California. Angert>il at thn decision ot Han Francisco exposition officials lo have no nudist colony, she says sha wjl! \\ndovtake to Install nor colony on tho campus of tho university Ht Horkoloy. M-J-B Guarantees finest coffee flavor It must suit your .taste exactly , or your money is refunded Cine Kodak Eight Makes Movies for Less Montgomery Ward It's a hl(? Horn for little money tho WlKlit. MuKe« to 80 scenes of bright, movies on a $2.26 roll of film ill cost of, lOc a "shot." Th ISlRhtS cunt us IHtlo as Lot us show you all tliroo mod elB. tuid. a v«ol or two of movie such UB you can mako with one ot these eftlcUmt cumunin. KIMBALL & STONE Tilt Particular Drugpltii Phone S3 Phone 84 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Bakenflcld, Calif. PHILLIPS SCHOOL OF MUSIC AH Instruments Reasonable Rates OFFICE; 1512 Nineteenth Phone 1398 W/M/WPl (iunraiilrod Watch Repairs HALF PRICE BROCK'S MAIN Fi.nou See This Sensational Demonstration SATURDAY ONLY 1NSTO-KLEEN Requires No-Rubbing A NEW, Scientific Labor Saver. 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Phone 6060 'We will have an outstanding year which will far surpass any other dur-,« ing previous terms ot this junior college, providing everyone gives nl» support by joining? and becoming an active member Of the club." > Among tho new organizations -will ^ be the Art Club and the Boxlngf and Wrestling Club. Clubs being revived after several years of Inactivity are the Delta "Wye for students of clec- • trlclty, Engineers' Club, Journalism Club and Los Argonautos for students of "Spanish. Continue Activity Organizations continuing active work from last year include: Associated Men Students, Associated ' "Women Students, Alpha Gamma Sigma, Camera Club, Choral arid Glee , Club, Der'Deutsche Vcrein, Delta Psl Omega, Draniateurs, Golf Club, International Relations Club, Kappa, Rhb Sigma, Le Cercle Francalse; Or- _ cheatra and Band, Varsity Club, W. A. A., Tennis Club; College T and the Y. W. C. A. Rooters and members of the Bak- ersfleld Junior College team, invite their supporters to dial KERN this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock,-when they hold a pep rally for the Santa Barbara Fresh-Renegade game hove tonight. This is to be a big week-end for.the local comedians and tho radio rally is to be just the first pf the events staged by the men and women, of B. J. C. . Plan Dance Following the game, the women students ot the junior college wilt hold their first dance of the semester in tho boys' gymnasium, with a popular orchestra furnishing th« melody. The Santa Barbara,,.team, and student body are invited to attend as gue'sts of honor. Committees Committees for the affair are* headed by Miss June Reynolds, gen- oral chairman^ assisted by freshman women; Miss Barbara Schmidt, decorations: Miss Maxine Miller, chape- ronos. Mrs. Hazel Aldrlch and'Holly Howsmon are acting as sponsors.' Tht flavor you likt is the til-important feature of M-J-B's "Strength Essential" Coffee. And we guarantit that you can get that flavor at any strength you like. For the "Strength Essential" means a constant richness tftrut cofftt chanuttr in tvtry grain of this far finer coffee. Mild M-J-B u never tasteless, the medium is never fiat and the strong never bitter. It's the only coffee we know that offers in a single tin everyone's fattritt t*stt in rtfftt without variation. But don't look for one feature only. Make M-J-B answer every point in our guarantee-list above. Ytur mtnty rtfunJtJ by your grocer if M-J-B Coffee doesn't win you in tvtry way. The ^ !*,<...(,'„,*

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