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10. , ' ','«••',•' .""I, '! r « ^ '"*{, I i I ' ' THE BAKEHSFIELD CAL1KOKN1AN, MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1933 r'j, si 14- SOCIAL Expect Gucsls From Taft and Mojnvc; Program and Refreshments •Desert Gold pnrlor of Mojnvc nnd Miocene parlor of Taft, linve been Invited to Install jointly with 151 Tejon parlor, Nntlvc DnuRhters of the Oolden West Friday night «t Kngleg hnll. Mrs. Jennie Dennis, deputy grand president, will bo In Bakersfleld from Tehachapl to huvo prenernl charge of the rites. Mrs. OeorclH Snnders will succeed Mrs. Gladys Cooper as president of the local pnrlor for a six- month term. Others to bp seated arc Mrs. Margaret. Rape, first vice-president! Mrs. Edna Hobson, second vice-president; Mrs. Sadie Clendenen, third vlco- president; Mrs. Mary Hnninson, recording secretary: Mrs. Mae Dunham, treasurer; Mr.". .Iminlta Vettls, innrslml: Mesdnmes Grace Dorrls, Louise Herod and Ktta Horgwardt, trustees; Mrs. Bertha Abell, organist; Mrs. Edith Swctt, Inside sentinel and Mrs. Alice Phillips, outside sentinel. Past presidents are In charge of the program nnd refreshments. A short business session, starting at 8 o'clock will be presided over by the retiring president, preceding the semi-annual rites. The ceremonies are open to oil members of the order. <$>- Install Leaders; Institute Young: People's Group Mathilda Ltchtenateln Auxiliary No. 69, I. O. B. B., will Install officers January 12, In the presence of Mrs. Rose Bertram of Los Angeles, grand president. The ceremonies will be In connection with the Institution and Initiation of a Junior auxiliary, of which Mrs. Nathan Strauss will be the adviser. Those to be Installed are Mrs. Jack J. Lltzensteln, president; Mrs, Ikenburg, councilor; Mrs, Ben Shapiro, vice-president) Mrs, Leon Wolf, treasurer; Mrs. Henry v Egger, secretary; Mrs. M. Laba, sentinel; Mrs. William Bernstsln, guardian, nnd Mesdames' Sam 8II- versteln, Morris Hlmovltx and Bess Mumford, trustees. MARICOPA. Jan. 2. — Announcement has been made of the marriage of Bertram flicker and Cella Fltchett, which took place In Santa Barbara on December IS. Both Rlcker and his bride graduated from the Marlcopa High School with the class of 1930. For the past year Hlcknr ha& been employed In Los Angeles, while Miss Fltchett has been attending Wood- •bury'H Business College In that city. The young couplo Is. well known here. Mrs. Rlcker Is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fitchett, nnd tho groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rlcker. After a short honeymoon In Santa Barbara and with their parents tho newlyweds returned to the south where they will make their home. AT ST. PAUL'S The Church Service League will hold Its monthly meeting at tho Guild hall Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, Other meetings at St. Paul's Church this week Include St. Paul's Guild, Wednesday afternoon, and choir rehearsal Wednesday evening. On Friday morning at 10 o'clock the holy communion will be celebrated In the church observance cf the Feast of the Epiphany. AUXILIARY DOES WELFARE WORK Fine Accomplishments Mark Year; llospitalization; Aid to Veterans Hospltnllzatlon and child welfare •wero dominant activities of tho auxiliary to Frank a. Reynolds Post, 'American Legion, during tho last, year. The unit has been presided over by Mrs. Vemba C. Greene, 10,1132, and Mrs. William E. Patrick, 1932. A successful sale of popples In May, with Mrs. F. Harlow Wright as chairman, and a disabled veterans' sale In December of which Mrs. F. G. Munzer was chairman, wero outstanding events, winning atato-wldo recognition. The local unit donated toward the department educational fund nnd to the child welfare and hospltnllzatlon funds of tho department. All obligation^ of tho unit have been met, and constructive work has been handled also by tho county council, headed by Mrs, W. B. Little of Wnsco,, and by tho Third area, of which Mrs. Margaret Carlisle of this city Is president. Watch Parties Bring Young People Together; Play Cast Announced INTENTIONS TO WED Raymond Trnsk Oroen. 24, and Grace L,. Allen, 21, Bakersfleld. Merlynn S. ITiirvout, 29, and Wllma Y. McFadycn, 23, Bakersfleld. NO MAQUNDEN LUNCHEON Cm acount of tho holidays, there will bo no Wednesday luncheon span- sored by tho Magunden Home Department at Masundcn hall, according to Mro. 8. C. Dcmilson. president. Beautiful Steam Croquignolc Permanent! All the Curls You Need! Complete! Guaranteed! Only $-1 25 1 Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday Ambre Oil $1.95 New-Art $2.95 Imperial . . . . . $5.00 Any Two: Finger Wave, Hair Cut, Marcel, Shampoo, Clean-up Fa- clnl, Arch or . f?A_ Manicure ... OUC FULL SIZE HENNA PACK— Including Finger Wave or Marcel. $1.00 HIGHLY SKILLED OPERATORS! NOT A SCHOOL! • Phone 5605 OPEN 8 A. M. TO 8 P. M, Le Roy Gordon Beauty Salon 311 Hopkins Building Hundreds of persons were In attendance at watch parties and special services at Bakersfleld churches on New Years eve. Tho concluding hours 'of 1982 were passed In games and singing, and the New Year was received with fitting ceremony. A group of young people Joined for the watch party sponsored by the Epworth League of tho First Methodist Church. After meeting at tho homo of C. C, Scott for rtlnner, tho party adjourned to tho Methodist Church building wlioro the early part of tho evening was spent In social activities. . Other Services From It o'clock until midnight a devotional service was held under the direction of Mr. SCott, and refreshments were served during the first hour of 1083. . Approximately 100 persons attended the watch party and New Years eve services conducted at tho Presbyterian Church by the Rev. John Murdoch. Special services were also held at the Calvary Baptist and Trinity M. E churches. A New Years eve watch party was held by tho members of the senior Christian Endeavor Society of the First Christian church last Saturday evening, at tl») church, beginning >nt 9 o'clock. Games provided the chief diversion of the evening until 11:80 o'clock when refreshments were served to tho 31 guests present. Plan for Play During Ihe evening, plans for a play, 'An Olfl-Fashloned Mother," to be presented on January 20, were discussed. The cast of characters for tho play have been announced as follows: Mrs. Deborah Underbill, the mother, Miss (Harriet Waters; "Wider Bill Plndle," Mrs. Alta Plerson; Miss Lowlzy Lovlny Custard, Mrs. Blanche Williamson; Isabel Slmpscott, Mrs. Hernlce Gnrrett; Glorlana, Miss Kath- erlno Holland; Sukey Plndle, Miss Bcsulo Mitchell; John Underbill, tho prodigal son, Leo Wllhlte; Charley Underbill, Ray Plerson; Brother Jonah Quackenbush, Tim McDonald; Jerl- mah Gosling, Dexter Garrett; Enoch Rome, Reginald Lenhart; Qulntus Todd. Clyde Blalock. Tho play, under the direction of Orval Graves, takes place In Canton, Xew York, 20 years ago, and the village choir practices provide an interesting occasion around which the play plot develops. CIORECASTINO' a busy future, and "' recounting an unusually active leason, Mrs. L. Frank Johndrow, (resident 6f the Business nnd Pro- eflslonal Women's Club, summarized ho yuar In a brief report, today, ns- Isted by Miss Allco Stauss, president luring 1981-32. The most Important event was u tuto convention In Yonemlto In Sop- ember, presided over by Miss Monte tadwell, president of tho California •""ederatlon. At that time a long-de- Ired affiliation with the national body, nnd with the California League of Justness Women, was consummated.' ~Ho final details of tho amalgamation will be worked out at a meeting of he federation and league In Fresno anuary 8, to which Miss Bodwell will be sent as a delegate. Many Events On November 14 .the annual ''homecoming" banquet was hold at Hotel 171 Tojon, with Mrs. George Shearer as tho speaker and Miss Bedwcll ns chairman of arrangements. This wad preceded October 10 by a meetlnK at the Masonic temple, and a "kid party" Optobor 28 at Stlne School, arangcments for • which were In charge of Mrs. Mildred -DeBolt. On November 28 a card party was sponsored at tho Masonic temple, with Mrs. Mable Hamilton as chairman, and 21 tables present. A danco 'allowed December 19 at Rainbow Gardens, with Miss Jessie Webb In charge. . • Another highly successful event was a Christmas party for underprivileged children at Franklin School Bakersfield Couple Party Honor Guests DELANO, Jan. 2.—Merle Cain was host at a New Years party -here at which Sergeant and Mrs. Bob Cornwell of 1630 Rlchland Place In Bakersfield, wero the guests of honor. Those In attendance Included the host and the guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Beckwlth, William Klnsella, Talmadge Harris, Miss Harriet Cook, Miss Evelyn -Noble, Miss Annie Marvin, Homer Taylor, Mrs. Lucy Marvin. Sergeant Cornwell, of the Bak- ersfleld police department, has been on a furlough, and returned to his duties today JEFFERSON P. T. A. will hold its J regular business meeting Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock In the kindergarten room to be followed by a program. "Example of Parents" will be tho subject of an address to be given by Norman P. Thompsdn. Third grade children will give a irogram under tho direction of Mlsa Grace McCbrmlck. The executive board of the Stand- urd School Parent Teacher Assoclatloi will hold a meeting Tuesday afternoon it 3:CO o'clock at the school In tho 81 room. FOR SORE THROAT Sore throat it a simple thing to control at tho start, yet it usually is the forerunner of some serious trouble. If YOUR THROAT is sore gargle it with NYAL THROAT GARdLE ^tlC and 25C and 50C Kimball 0 Stone The Particular Druegiiii Phone 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY bak<nO«ld, Calif. MARICOPA MARICOPA. Jnn. 2, — Mrs. Hal Murch and her dauRhtor Dorlo and son Ed- wnrd have gone to Ventura to spend a few days. Mian I mi Moore has icon a to Glendalo to visit with Miss Evelyn Morris Elliot Newinun Is upending- a few days visiting with friends and rela- tlvea In Fresno, • Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith, former residents of Maricopa, are visiting friends here. They are now living In Snntu Barbara. Miss Magdalen Newman Is visiting with her mother during tho vacation from the Four Cs Business College In Fresno, where she la a student. PERMANENT WAVE, $1.50 Others at $2.50 and $3.50 Machlneleaa Wave (No Electricity) $5.00 4 Finger Waves. .$1.UO Open I a. m. to'8 p. m. SAM MOSS'S Beauty Parlor 1713 Eighteenth Street P. O. Market Building B. P. W. C Has Successful Year; Forecast Busy 1933 December 23, arrangements for which were In the hands of Miss Shirley fiwlnk, Mrs. DeBolt, Miss Helen Het- mansperger 1 , Mrs, Lillian Holson and Miss Jewell Wade. This affair was preceded December 12 by a Christmas meeting and dinner at First Baptist church, with J. W. McDaniol as the guest speaker. Section Activities "Open house" at the homo of the president, November 18, a Christmas tea at the home of Miss Ruth Lyons, state federation vice-president, December 20, a district meeting In Merced, October J6, and another district meeting In Portervllle December 4, were among other events' interesting to tho clubwomen. One of the constructive bits of work done was the "adoption" of two fam-' llles to provide YuletlAe cheer, a substantial sum having been set aside for this purpose at tho December meeting;, a sum that was stretched Into generous gifts by wise buying on tho part of the .committee In charge. Two book section meetings, tho first featuring reviews by Mrs. H. K. Dickson and Mrs. E. F. Melsenhetmer, and tho second by Mrs. D. S. Atwood and Miss Barbara Borton, have been held. Tho dramatic section, headed by Miss Dorothy Donohoe, has cast two one-act plays to be produced In February. Luncheons are held weekly at Hotel El Tejon on Wednesdays. January Events Events of January, In addition to th'a Fresno meeting January 8, Include a card party tho third week, and a dessert evening party with- Mrs. Walter Osborn as hostess, later In January. lurkhart-Harman Wedding Simple In all Its details, a wedding iervlce at 1 o'clock New Years day mlted Miss Margaret Elizabeth Burk- lart, the daughter of A. R. Burkhart if Olldalo, to Robert Irwln Hurman, he son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harman, 1880 Pacific street. The ceremony was read by tho Rev. Fletcher . Watson, pastor of First Methodist Qplscopal Church, at his parsonage. Only the two attendants, Miss Jultu tcheverry and Q. A. Browne, were present. The young couple will establish a lome at 2520 L street. 'Mr. Harman R head bookkeeper at First National Bank. He Is pust state, valley and ocal officer of the Order of De Molay. For tho wedding rites Mrs. Harman was gowned In a poudre blue afternoon frock. She carried a shower bouquet of golden Ophelia Huds. Her attendant wore a navy blue afternoon dress. Mr. Burkhart, father of the bride, presided at a dinner In honor of the couple at his home in Olldale. Those attending were: Messrs, and. Mesdames— Raymond Burk- Robert Irwin hart . Harman W. C. Harman Misses— Erlene Cotter Marian Harman Jane Harman Julia Etcheverry Messrs.— James Cutcliall A. H. Burkhart • * • Family Reunion A family reunion waa held over the week-end at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Whltaker, Jr., 728 Qulncy street. New Years day was observed with a dinner party. Those attending Included; 'Messrs, and Mesdames— Charles Whltaker Cecil Slmington (Long Beach) (Los Angeles) Edward Flnney ' Harold Trumbly (Cedar Creek) (Coallnga) Miss Alberta Whltaker Frank Kldd Children Jimmy Ed Fin- Charles Oscar ney Whltaker Fay AVhitaker • » • New Yeare Eve Party Among the Saturday night parties at which the New Year was welcomed was tho.t- presided over by Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wardner at their home on Qulncy street. Bridge and a midnight buffet, supper were features 'of the cccr.Bion; Mrs. Warner distributed favors later In the evening. Among (hose attending were* Mesrs. and Mesdames— Louis Grothaus C'.rl O. Wlnberg Thomas J. nley Mrs. Alice B. jrumling • • • Return to North Mr, and Mrs. A. G. Jlllson and their son, Dr, Lewis Jlllson, have left for Oakland after completing a visit here in the home of Doctor and Mrs. D. W. Beers. 2424 Sunset avenue. Doctor Jlllson, formerly of Davenport, Iowa, will establish a practice In one of the buy cities. Mr. and Mrs. Jlllson are parents of Mrs. Beers. Fortieth Wedding Anniversary The anniversary of an event which took place at Rockplle School 40 years ago was celebrated yesterday when the fortieth wedding date of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Knight was the occasion for a family reunion and dinner at their homo, 245 North Chester avenue. Mrs. Knight, formerly Miss Clara Day, the sister of Charles E. Day, county tax collector, Is a member of a pioneer California family, her mother having crossed from Pennsylvania, through the Isthmus of Panama, In tho early days. At the age of 2 years, Mrs: Knight came with her parents to Kern county. Mr. Knight Is also a member of an old-established family. The evening hours were spent at cards, reminiscences and the serving of light refreshments, In a cheery Yuletldo setting. Those present were: Messrs, and Mesdames— Frank Slobert W. R. McAllister Mart Bowen E. C. Pearson Errol Knight O. J. Plnnell Children- Eugene Selbert Ralph McAllis- Dick McAllister ter Lorraine Bowc'n Buddy Bowen Ronald Plerson Jack Plnnell •' Bobble Selbert ' Virginia Kniglit » * • Rawleys Observe Anniversary New Years day annually holds special significance In the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Rnwley, 1501 Nlles street, as It Is the anniversary of their marriage, 26 years ago. A dinner celebrated the occasion yesterday. The home was brightly decked with crataegus berries, tapers and other holiday effects, and the table was appointed with place cards appropriate to the event. The host and hostess were assisted by their daughter, Miss Helen Rawley, In serving the 6 o'clock dinner. Places were arranged for Messrs, and Mesdamcs: • T. F.'fcurke . A. E. Thedaker L. D. Culley . L, W. Rawley Misses— ' Esther Hudson • Helen Rawley _ (San Fran- Geraldlne Doug- clsco) las Messrs.— Virgil Douglass George Smith FRATERNAL Druids to Meet Sumner Grove, Xo. 68, Order of Druids, will hold a meeting tonight at Druid hall. William Qoldlng, noble arch, will preside. CLUB FUNCTIONS ARE Gffit FETES Carnival Spirit Prevails at Events; Pretty Settings Provided for Frolics Merriment prevailed in the wel- ceme. extended to the New Year at two gala fetes in which the Social set participated, one at the Bakersfleld Club where, fl. supper dansant got under way at 10 o'clock, and the. other at the Kern River Country Club whore 60 couples galhered for a dinner, dance. ' > • About 75 couples gathered at the Bakersfleld Club fete. A carnival setting was provided with colored lights and serpentine adding to the decorative effects. Nolsemakerg and paper htit favors were distributed In time to give a Jolly welcome to the turn of the new year. ' ' : . The committee. In charge Included ii. A. Burlch, Walter Kane and A. E. PucclnelH. Strings of balloons strung across the celling lent color and gaiety to the sotting provided for tho party at the Kern River Country Club. Toyon berries also gave prettlness to the setting.. Serpentine and confetti and nolsemakers were uscci enthusiastically by tha guests as a welcome to the New Year. ; An eight-piece orchestra furnished music for dancing. Many parties wuro formed at the club, nnd among tho out-of-town guests were thoso entertained by Mr. and Mrs. James K. Thrasher, Including Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Harrington; of San Francisco and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wabrauqhek. of Pusadena. The Harringtons with their small son, Michael Jean, aro guests nt the Thrasher home. Mrs. Harrington Is Mrs. Thrasher's sister. #-•-• CHRISTMAS BABY Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Charles; Bledermann are receiving announcements of the arrival of a Christmas gift In the Bledermann household In the form- of an 8-pound son, Richard Clifford, born at Trinity Hospital. The child Is their second, tho first baby being Charles, Jr., age 2 years. <$>College Women Plan Interesting January Meeting Activities of 1»S3 will be ushered In for the members of <he University Women's Club when the book section 'holds Its meeting en January 10, and the club at large gathers at a dinner meeting 1 on January 17 at the First Baptist' church social hall. The book section will be entertained at the home of Mrs. A. 6. Qoode when Miss Edna Le Van Will present a review of a play. Members will attend In costume to represent either, a book or a character from a book. ' Sam Hume, formerly connected with the University of California, and new head of the commission on oriental relatlone, -will be the speaker at the January 17 meeting. TO THE GIBSONS Almost New Years, but not quite, was the date of arrival of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. AV. C. Gibson, 1218 Baker street, Monday morning at 3:30 o'clock. The baby Is their fourth. ;ES TO MEET WEDNESDAY Reports to Be Offered and Annual Election to • Be Conducted With the election of officers Nlatod as well as reports of retiring officers, the annual meeting of the Kern County Nurses Association will be held Wednesday evening at tho Snn Jonquln Hospital. Reports on the accompllshmentB of the past year will, be presented by Miss Marguerite Castro, president; Mrs. D. W. Beers, secretary; Miss Mathilda Sweltzer, treasurer and Mrs. P. J. p'Mcaru, registrar. At the business meeting tho ballots will be counted In the annual election and the new officers will be Installed. Due to tho expected length of the business meeting, no program has been arranged. The nurses are meeting nt the hospital In response to an Invitation extended by Doctor Seymour Strongln, acting superintendent. BABY BORN Among babies born recently at Trinity Hospital was a son to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Estes of Arvln. The boy has been named Fred Estes, Jr. He weighed 8 pounds at birth. New Officers Presiding Miss Elsie Kuehn, new worthy matron of Caledonia Chapter No. 391, Order of the Eastern Star, will preside Tuesday nght at 8 o'clock, when members meet for their first session of the. new year, at Druids Hall. Mrs. Kuehn succeeds Mrs. Gertie Sullivan. Woman's Club Bright New Entering on Season, Jan. 9 W ITH a successful half-year of ac. tlvltles behind them In which .the members of the Bakersfleld Woman's 'lub have not only forwarded their own Interests- but have been mindful In a generous way of the needs of the poor In the community, the spring season will bo repleto' with Interesting events. The club Is under tho leadership of Mrs. Nathan Strauss as president. January will be uohered in with both serious and' frivolous moods by the iiembers, for two contrasted events ire scheduled. Tho first, will be a program of inutile and a lecture on Monday, January 9, the first meeting of the members for 1033, and the second affair will be tho annual high links slated for January 23 when.the dignified club matrons will lay aside dignity and dull care in a grand frolic. Jinks on Way Mrs. Theron S. Tab'ef, Jr., who has the jinks plans well formulated as chairman of the committee, will be the producers of the "Follies of 1933," and the show Is expected to excell even tho late Flo Ziegfeld'a best efforts. Mrs. Thomas Jaynes, past president of the club, will be chairman at the January 9 meeting when Mrs. Mark F. Jones of South Pasadena, state chairman of motion pictures, will speak. Miss Denez Schlunegcr of Coallnga, an advanced student of Mrs. John Crelghton, will present a group of piano numbers. Miss Schlunegur is also a piano Instructor at Coullnga. February will bo ushered In with a review of modern fiction, nonflctlon, drama, and current events at the meeting Monday, February 13. Mrs. Henry Gladstone will be the chairman. Faculty Wives to Help "What I was Told I Would See in Europe and What I Really Sa\y" Is the Intriguing title for the travel talk to be presented by Mrs. Geoyge Shearer at tho meeting, February 27. Mrs. Irvln F. Randolph was tho chairman for the day. Indicating the friendly spirit existing between local organizations, the Faculty Wives' Club will present the program for the Bakersfleld Woman's Club at Its annual birthday luncheon and reciprocity day party on March 13. Mrs. S. E. Dillon will be chairman for the day. lira. Allan B. Parker will have charge of the Faculty wives' contribution to the program. J. W. Byflcld will present a travel falk at the session, March 27, and Mrs. Thomas Jaynes will offer a commentary on current events, Mrs. A. M. Tuttle will be the chairman. To Be Sponsor Mrs. Irwln F. Randolph will be tho sponsor and chairman of the American Homo and Garden day program to be arranged for April 10. Mrs. Jack Vallely will return with current events and book reviews on April 21, and Mrs. Homer Rogers will be the chairman. Various departments of the high school will be represented on the entertainment to be given at the May 8 gathering of tho club. Mrs. P. J. Cuneo will preside. The club will terminate Its activities on May 22 when annual reports and the Installation of officers w|lF be held. Mrs.'M. F. Wllcox, who has been responsible for arranging the Interesting year's program, will be. In charge. Pupils to Answer Raucous Calls of Bells; No More Holidays in Sight From wherever they may have wa,»i» dered during; the past week or more 6f vacation, the youthful populace'of ; . Kern county's school system will an- f swer the summons of clattering electric bells and buzzers tohibrrbw morn-^ Ing, once more Joining In the 1 'great" classroom parade. • ' ""•• City schools and a great majority of the rural schools Will start the neW year tomorrow with the "three-R" machine geared at top speed. < • • • The halls of Bakersfleld High School and Junior College, which have echoed only to the swish of cleansing mops for tho past week, will again swarm with life as more than 8000 young men and women again report for duty. For the scores of college and Unlver-. slty students who have boon vaca- tlonlng In. Bakersfleld over tho Christmas • holidays, today meant hurried packing and leave-taking. They, too, must be "on location" for the blue after-vacation classes Tuesday morning.. From now until tho summer vacation is a period known as the "long trek" In student circles. During the four months of school between September 1 and January J, there are Armistice day, Thanksgiving , and ChrKstmas holidays. There Is only Easter, usually n one-day vacation,, to break the five-months stretch from now until school lota out early. In June. , West Side Alumni Gives Yearly Dance MAIUCOPA. Jan. 2.—Alumni of Mnrlcopa High School held their fourth annual homecoming dance in the auditorium of the local high school here' Thursday evening. About ICO students nnd former students attended the function which Is held annually during the Christmas holidays. Isaac's orchestra from Bakersfleld furnlMhdd music. In charge of the<arrangements wero Lnurren Moore, pre.sldcnt of the Alumni Association.-* Edna Hush, secretary.! and Russel * Weaver, treasurer. ' ,. \ Preacher Overcomes Noisy Congregation DETROIT, Jan. 2. — The Rev. Charles A. Hill, pastor of Hartford Avenue Baptist church, hereafter will preach without interruptions from either the choir or the congregation. A Circuit Court order restrains the choir from bursting Into song. when the preacher starts to preach; prohibits parishioners from heckling their pastor or any of the seVen deacons and enjoins members of the congregation against picketing the church during services. ' "•-'•• The suit grew out of an Intraoon- gregatlon dispute. ' • . . .• F. 0. Jordan Begins 38th Year in Office SACRAMENTO, Jan. 2.— Secretary of State Frank C. Jordan today started his thirty-eighth year In public office. BORN DECEMBER 30 Mr. and Mrs. Denie Fan-Is have announced the birth of a son, Deu'.e William Farrls, December 30 at Trinity Hospital. Tho baby Is the first: child In the Farrls household. The mother Is the former Miss Ruby Clogg. •-»-* TO THE LUTTRALLS Mr. and Mrs. Philip Luttrall are receiving the congratulations of .friends upon the birth of a daughter, lona Wanda, at Trinity Hospital, December 2B. •$>- P. T. A. Group Meeting Jan. 10; Dale to Speak HOARDED GOLD Wi »iy Mid ftr HUT *M unuutl* Hi* In- tint u <<nttl MM. ••! uxful tollvt Iw ytur UMtou Kriti »' »rMl«ui rattili. THE WICKER8HAM CO. Corner Nlntttenth »nd I Str««U Wi lit Ntl Kmnliv OL'tildl Stllfltirt Baktrafltld Council of Parents and T«achers will be addressed by John Dale of the state depart, ment of adult education January 10, the meeting being held on that d«t» Instead of the first Tuesday of the month as usual, to take advantage of Doctor Dale'* pre«> ence In the city. Presidents of local asoclatlons have been asked to telephone Mrs. J. F. Faber for engagements for Mr. Dale for night meetings. He will be In the city each Monday and Tuesday In January, be- glnnlng January 9. CHAPPED 1 HANDS To quickly relieve ctupplni and roughneu, apply toothing, cooling Mtntholatum. MENTHOLATUM RESOLUTIONS • Resolved; That we will maintain the lowest prices known In Kern County for several years; that wo will use nothing but the highest class of merchandise and a Horvlco within the means of all. • An all-steel half-couch casket, lined with the beat of silks, complete service, $250.00. An all-steel inner-seal casket, complete services, for $400.00. Also other complete services for as low as $50.00. • City ambulance calls, $3.00 each; 24-hour service. BAKERSFIELD FUNERAL HOME "Home of the Moderate-Priced Funeral" A. J, HENDRICK8, Director 2'1-Hour Ambulance Service 1629 Truxtun Avenue PHONE 34O —After New Years Sale COATS—DRESSES—HATS Newest styles and colors in line coats— furs and fabrics the best. No reserves. Specially Marked % and % Less and * Many Less Than Cost SPECIAL ON DRESSES Unusual Values tp Clear at $5.95 SPECIAL ON HATS Excellent Assortment, Values to $5 Now $1.49 MARVEL MILLINERY AND DRESS SHOP Drower Building 1525 Nineteenth St.

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