The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 4, 1933 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Bakersfield, California
Issue Date:
Wednesday, January 4, 1933
Page:
Page 4
Start Free Trial
Cancel

-. • , t ^ • \ •— I •\ fl TT.! I"* 4 "* • 1 : . .** JANUARY 4,1033 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, 1 GROUPS DEBATE TONIGHT THE RISING ROOSEVELTS"—TOGETHER AGAIN Annual Gold and Green Ball •Set for January 14 ul Eagles Hall "Tlesolvefl that Capital Punishment In California Should he Abolished," will he the nubjoot of a debate tonight by picked teams from the Young .Ladles find Young Mon'a Mutual Improvement AHsocitvtlon of the butter Day teatnts Church. The forensic combat Is open to thp public, ntnrtln* at 7:30 o'clock nl the chapel, corner of Kings and Monterey streets. The affirmative side will bo handled by Lincoln Slaughter and Mm. Carrol Nelson, am! the nugntlvo, by Mrs. Ada Miller and Hen Boynton. The debate Is the first by the L. t>. 8. young people thlH season. Musical numbers will l>e presented Before and after tho arguments. Several other events are scheduled for early flutes. On Saturday night tho boy.s' basketball team will sponsor a dance at the K. of P. hnll on Lake street, the proceeds to go toward financing tho young men on a trip to Los Angolan for Rn Intor-nhurch league content. This affair IH open to the public for a small admission charge. If the boys win there, they will be given a chance to compete In Salt Lake City. On January 14 the annual "gold and green" ball will bo held nt Kaglen hall, with Mrs. I,. Roy Pathe nnd "K. L. Taylor as joint chairmen of arrangements. AB last year, a queen's contest will be held preceding the affair. The dunce here will be concurrent with other cities where L. D. S. churches are In exlntence. A "bunco" party IB planned for the following Saturday night at tho church. ANNUAL 1EACHER SLATED Ten Applicants to Take Tests From January 9 to 14 at Comity Off ice HOI 0 CEREMONY Will Install Officers at Rites January 13; Aides Named by Leader Th« holidays brought the entire family of President-elect Roosevelt together at their Hyde Park, N. Y. r mansion where they all posed as shown above for their first complete group portrait in recent years. Three of the grandchildren, however, were unable to be present because of illness. In the picture Is shown, seated, in foreground: Mrs. Jamts Roosevelt (left), holding her daughter Sara, and Mrs. Curtis.Dall (right) with the family dog. Centert Mrs. Roosevelt (left), the president-elect (In middle), and Mrs. James Roosevelt, the governor's mother. Rear row (left to right); James Roosevelt, Elliott Roosevelt, Frank D. Roosevelt, Jr., Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt, Curtis DAll and John Roosevelt. " F Annual teachers' ^examination for those Reeking n county certificate be held January 9-14. It was announced today by rierbert t». Healy, county superintendent of schools. The examinations, which will b« the hurdle 'which more than 10 applicants will attempt to take to gain entry Into the California and Kern teaching field, cover nil the subjects of the school curriculum. According to state law, only 'graduates of California schools and colleges, and those fulfilling the requirements tjf training under the law are permittee! to teach. If tho applicant pasHt-s the examinations, however, he or she may teach If they can find a job, and that is no small tank those days, tho county supci^lntend- ent pointed out. The members of the county school board will preside at the examinations. R. N. Hatch, - of Fellows, district superintendent, will preside on Monday when examinations will bo given In English, American literature, history of the United States, and civil government, history, medieval, ancient, and modern, and spelling. j The remainder of tho schedule will be: Tuesday, Miss Nettle Grlswold of Delano, presiding, arithmetic, drawing; oral arithmetic, physiology, hygiene. Wednesday, J. II. Cookman, of Marl- copa, presiding, algebra, plane geometry, English grammar, composition, physics, chemistry or biology. Thursday, K. P. Clemens, of \Vasco, presiding, geography', Industrial, political, physical, vocal music, word analysis, California school law, methods of teaching. There will he no" examinations on Friday, but on Saturday, tests -will bo given on the United States constitution, and oral reading. The entire board will be In session Saturday. THIS TRIANGLE IS "ON THE SQUARE" TAUGHT R Eugcnists Would Have With Arrows in Pdse of Boy the Thinker N Love triangle? No reaton fop hard feellngal That's the view of the three smiling people above. Wendell Lfeaer, Inset, met and was greatly attracted by Blanche Blaha, left. Far from objecting, Mrs. Lleier, right, Invited Blanche Into their Omaha home to stay until Wendell could make up his mind. When police, set on the trail by the mother of the missing Blanch*, found them, all were happy In the strange domestic arrangement. 4 Mrs. Ruth Lane Installed President of Soroptimists At last night's meet Ing of IJakbra- fleld Rebeknh I»dgo, No. -47, preparations were made for installation of officers and entertainment of Mra. Clara Gllmore of Sacramento, president of the Ilebekah Assembly, January 13. Mrs. Florence Vlou will succeed Mrs. Dorothea Flndlay as noble grand. Last "evening's session was the final one to be presided over by Mrs. Find- .lay, who has filled the c-halr successfully for a term of six months. Mrs. Vlou has named the following assistants: Mrs. Enid Krecklow, warden; Miss- Edna Summers, conductor; Mjss Gertrude "Williams, chaplain; Mrs. Sadie '"Williams, right supporter to noble grand; Miss Shirley Swlnk. left supporter to . noble grand; Mrs. Sylvia Ramsey, outside guardian; Mrs: Edith Anderson* inside guardian. Vice-Grand Mrs. Carla Harms appointed Mrs. Gladys Owen right supporter to the vice-grand and Miss Edna Barker left supporter to tho vice-grand. Mrs. Ada Crosland was appointed musician by the noble grand-elect. hildrens Colds Yield quicker to double action of STAINLESS now, il you p i c f i» New Leader Holds Meeting of League Mr8. Percy T. Neate, who was elected president of St. Paul's Church Service League to .succeed Mrs. W. A. Alexander, president for the past two years, presided last evening at • • the first monthly meeting of the league held In St, Paul's Guild hall. Reports were made by representatives of the church school, the Altar guild, St. Margaret's and St. Paul's guild and the Girls' Friendly Society covering the activities In the parish during 1 the past month. The Reverend William E. Patrick, rector, spoko of some of tho problems j of tho wardens and vestry In meet- Ing tho budget, and of tho need of more regular subscriber*!. The Hov- erend Mr. Patrick announced that the annual mooting of tho parish will be held Tuesday evening,. January 10, at 8 o'clock Instead of ut an earlier hour, tho annual parish dinner being omitted this year. Mrs. J. B. Wrenn was selected by the league president, to be chairman of a committee to arrange for light refreshments following the annual pariah meeting. A bridge dessert was planned for Thursday afternoon, January 1I», at 1:30 o'clock at the homo of Mrs. P. T. Neate, 105 H street. St. Paul's choir will rehearse this evening at 7:30 o'clock. POOD SALE SATURDAY T*'lon Social Club will sponsor a food sale Saturday, January 7, ut Ttalnh Smith's Grocery Store. W. O. W. Will Hold Stag Party Here Thursday Evening Esther Circle to Bakersfleld Camp, No. 460, Woodmen of the World, will entertain members and friends at an open stag party Thursday eve- nlng. There will be a program of musical numbers, cards, boxing and wrestling, after which refreshments will be served. OIA CIRCLE 10 NSTALL JANUARY 10 JANUARY CLEARANCE DRESSES Silk an semi) ain colors , values Wool uded. izes >i Installation of officers Tuesday, j January 10, for members of Sequoia Circlo No. 300, Neighbors- of Woodcraft, will be preceded by a 6:30 o'clock turkey dinner. The public is being extended an invitation to the UInner and tho ceremonies. Final preparations were made- at last night's BeH.sion, tho last to be presided over by Mrs. Joan Wells, who will he succeeded by Mrs. Lily Ingham, as guardian neighbor^ Mrs. W. J. Heath, ^chairman of tho' dinner committee, ia requesting those desiring to make reservations to telephone her by Friday. Following installation services there will be a short program and general dancing. VISITORS FROM SOUTH TAFT, Jan. 4.— Holiday visitors ut the homo of the Heverend and Mrs. Walter M, Cole were their daughter, Miss Katherlno Cole, member of the Pasadena public pohool teaching force, and their son, Milton,-of the United States navy. Both have returned to their duties In the south. New Years clay visitors were Mrs. Cole's brother, W. L. Stttnton and Mrs. S,tanton, who were returning to their home in Pasa-- dena after visiting their ranch In Taso Kobles. Mr. Stanton is athletic roach at the California School of Technology. Serve Luncheon Esther Circle of First Christian Church will servo a luncheon Thursday in tho church basement from 11:30 to I o'clock. k Kitchen arrangements are In charge of Mrs, 55. P. Moses, assisted by Mrs. A. B. Lewis, Mra. J. W. Looney ; Mrs. A. Frame, Mrs. 13. G. Adams, -Mrs. E. D. Krebs, Mrs. H. E. Cady, Mrs. T. B, Garrett, Mrs. William Burchcr and Mrs. R. P. Clymer. Mrs. J. B. Stemen, chairman of arrangements in the dining room, will be assisted by Mrs. F. A. Smith, Mrs. Jumes Harris, Mrs. L. D. Holland, Mra. Lon "White and Mrs. J. DeFord. The committees announce an unusually delectable menu, Including hot biscuits and jelly, creamed chicken, mashed potatoes, carrots and peas, salad, pie and coffee. Now (< < ^ , sses. Knit Suits jrou ional Valu o Now Security Lodge to Meet Friday Night r ^•^•^•^^V^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^V^'^^^W The first meeting under tho new stnff of officers will be held by Security Lodge, No. 581, F. and A. M., at 7:30 o'clock, Friday evening, January 6, at the Masonic temple, Refreshments will bo served. Fred Neergaard will preside as worshipful master. •W*V«+*.*»«B—ta El Tejon Parlor Installs Officers Mrs. Georgia Sanders will bo Installed as president of El Tejon Parlor, Native Daughters of tho C?olden West, succeeding Mrs. Gladys Cooper, Friday night at Eagles^ hall at 8 o'clock. All members of th'o order are being- bidden. Refreshments will bo served. Abbott.Nevis Wedding Announcement of marriage of Mlas Mildred K. Abbott, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. y. B. Abbott of Fruitvale, to Anthony Stanley Nevis, the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Nevis, 200 Twenty-second street, came as a surprise to friends and relatives, recently. A huge bride's cake, decorated with tiny bride and groom was placed on the table at the time of a family reunion. 'Tho announcement was made by the father of the bridegroom at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Games at l^anford. \ThG Sgpuple was married December 3i~ at ^ViBalla by Judge J. S. Clack. They ^were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bettencourt of Lemoore. After a honeymoon In the north, the young couple will take up their residence in Bakersfleld, where Mr. Nevis is In business. For 'the ceremony the bride was attired in a black chiffon velvet suit with which she wore a turban to match. The ensemble was brightened by a corsage of gardenias. Her attendant wore a similar costume of pink velvet. Those attending the dinner were Messrs, and Mesdames— Thomas Bettenr- court Henry Games . Minses— Amelia Bettoncourt Eldora Betten* court M. G. Mello Alvin Bettencourt Alice Games Kathryn Mello TVllma Mello Evelyn Games S IMPLICITY and dignity marked the installation of the staff of \933 officers by the members of tho Sorop*- 11 mist Club at a dinner meeting held last night at Hotel El Tejon. Mrs. Marguerite Follansbee, -who has le^ad the organlzatlop with great success during the past two years, retired and presented her successor, Mrs. Ruth Lane. Each retiring officer brought forward her successor, and each of the new leaders was instructed in the office by Mrs. Follansbee. The new leaders Include: Mrs. Pearl Ferguson, vice-president; Miss Dorothy Earl, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Zella Lufkln, treasurer; Mrs. Eva Glasscock, auditor; Mrs. Mabel Dodge, executive secretary, who succeeds herself in this office; and Mesdames Ordell Latz, Molllo Grain, Edna Scott, Marguerite Follnnsbee, Lonnlce Eyraud and Lena Turner, directors. Receive $croM« ' < officers included: Mrs. Marguerite Follansbee, president; Mrs. Eva Glasscock, vice-president; Mrs. Alice Chuplln, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Nellie Denslow, treasurer; Mrs. Eleanor Wedge, auditor, and Mesdames Ordell Latz, Grace Cowart, Maude Robb, Pearl Ferguson, Zella Lufkln and Miss Helen Elizabeth Martin, directors. Each of the new officers was presented with a handsome scroll, gold lettered with the duties of the office. The scrolls were the dainty handiwork of "Miss. Peggy Follansbee, daughter of the retiring president. Mrs. Follannbeo was presented with a past presidents' miniature gavel to be attached to tho Soroptlmlst pin as a token of appreciation from the club. The presentation was made by Mrs. Little Miss Margaret Lane, the daughter of the new president, presented her mother with a large bouquet of flowers as a gift from tho club, as well as other blossoms sent In compliment by friends. Two large tables were set In an open square and were decked with handsome centerpieces of mixed blossoms. Corsages were placed at each place for each Incoming member of the board. A fine musical program was presented during the evening. Mrs. Alberta Smith won applause with two lovely songs, "I Love Life" (Mana- Zucca), and "The Cuckoo Clonk" (Young). The douhle trio of the club sang Hammond'H "Fountain," and responded with The Klorian song (Goddard). The members of the double trio include Mesdames Alberta Smith, Maude Robb, Pearl Smith, Pearl Ferguson, Mary Crane Garrard, and Miss Cornelia Ball. Mrs. Mary Crane Garrard presented an interesting contribution to the program in -offering two planoloffues, "A Little Trust," and "Just Take ft "Walk," both poems by Douglas Mal- loc.h nnd with the musical arrangement by Mrs. Garrard. A special guest was Mrs. Alice "Williams, a momber of the "Watsonville Club who extended f greetings from the SoroptimJsts of that city. The draw prize was won by a guest, Miss Doris Doughty, the daughter of Mrs. Mabel Doughty. Mrs. Lane h:is called a Meeting of the new executive board at tho club office on Thursday evening 1 . By HELEN WEL8HIMER NEA 9«rtle« Wrlttr B\V YORK, Jan. 4.—But shall we 'do with love? That Is the i question that people were asking the world's greatest Eu*- genlsts who recently held their third International conference at the Mu- eeum of Natural History in New York. ..,...'„• ., The Bugenlsts believe In selective mating. They contend that no two people have a right to marry, unless they are sure their children will be the nicest in the neighborhood. But human nature, being what It Is, a .»lrl may.fall for a man's voice and he may go romantic over .'her eyes. So—what shall we do about love? . Keep it, the Kugenlsts are answer- Ing. It's good stuff. It came In loriar before toothbrushes and shaving sets, anyway. But fa.ll In love with tho right person, they advise. Education along eugenic lines will help you do It, they assert. - , "People fall In love when they believe that they have found a person , In whom their Ideal* can be roalUedj" Doctor C, G. Campbell, president of the National Eugenics Research Association, explains. "Ideals are determined by one's intelligence and' general knowledge of affairs. If people are given the proper eugenlo training In life they won't fall in love with those who are eugenically unfit for parenthood because they will be so educated they won't be attracted to them. "Heart reactions and love tendencies will never be repressed," Doctor Campbell maintains. "Every person entertains, more or less unconsciously. Ideals In regard to the opposite sex. Everyone has an unconscious wish to realize them In unity .with someone of the opposite sex. These Ideals can be determined before adolescence. "Suppose as a child that a woman holds the having of a*'family as her ideal. She won't be likely to fall in ibve with a man who will make a poor* father for her children." Love at first sight has the high approval of the famous eugenlst. If you feel your heart clicking In with some-^ body else's—and your eugenic educa-'" tion has been right—don't blame it on. moonlight and roses or a new perfume. "The chances are that you have found the person who embodies your Ideals, and Instinctively you know It," j Doctor Campbell says. "I should say that the majority of the cases of love at first sight are successful. People have already formed their Ideals, know what they want, and recognize It when they see it. It Is a good thing." ' Guaranteed PERMANENT WAVE Including Shampoo, t Finger Wave and Hair Cut Rack sses izes Clear Combination Specials ANY THREE Hair Cut, Finger Wave, Shampoo, Baby Henna, Eyebrow Arch, Marcel Shampoo, Finger Wave, Henna Pack and Haircut FRATERNAL Dinner at Tejon Canyon An interesting: dinner party -was held recently at the home of "ftjr. and Mrs. George A. Knowles In the Tejon canyon. AJrs. Knowlea has been for 12 years teacher of the .Tejon Indian School. Those attending -were Miss Irene M. Knowles, daughter of the host and hostess; Hayden Knowles, of Los An- Angeles, brother of George. Knowles; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bniley and their sun, Irving, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. David G. Bayne and Mrs. Harriot F. Grls- wold, all of BakerBfleld; Mrs. Mae Stenrnfl Donnell, of TJOS Angeles, and Miss .Elydla Vasquez. former pupil of the Hchool. Mrs. Donnell will leave tonight for her home after a two-week visit with Mra. Grlswold. W. B, A. Meeting Kern Review No. 66, "W. B. A., will meet Wednesday night at 8 o'clock at the K. of r., hall on Lake street. Mrs. Ruby Farish will preside. 1. O. O. F. Meeting Bakersfleld Lodge, No. 440, I. O. O. F. will meet tonight In regular session with ^George poe, noble grand presiding. A meeting of the Installation com- mitte will be held Friday evening at 7:30 oclock at I. O. O. F. hall. oats gren Regu Reg 01. ENROLL NOWI Room for a few moru dents nt special rates, months' course soon into effect. stu- Nlno goes --. Negl o an Greatly Free Marcels Daily CHICAGO COLLEGE OF BEAUTY, INC. ESTHER WILSON. MQR. 1610 Nineteenth Street Phone 8B7-J SOCIETY TO MEET Members of the Lmdies' Aid Society of First Congregational church will meet Thursday, January 5, at the church at 2:30 o'clock, Tho hostesses will bo Mra. T. W. Rosa. Mrs. S. T. Rosondahl and Mr*. F. W. Wnrthorst. Beta Phi Sigma , Men to Convene; Plan Memorial Home From South ' Accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert L. Fowler and their son Robert, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. George Ingham motored south over tho ^last weekend. They enjoyed the Pasadena Tournament of Roses, and were entertained In the home of Mr. Fowler's aunt, Mrs. Bertie Thompson nnd Mr. Ingham'H sister, Mra. C. B. Danielson, both of Los AiigeleH. * • * * 4 p Here From Fresno Mrs. B. Upton, Miss Mildred Frazier and Joe Garland, all of Fresno, were house guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Treasure. PERILS OF RICHES PHII-iADELPHIA, Jan. 4. (A. P.)— Oscar Bayer had $100 but it didn't do him much good. Hungry and anxious to get home, he couldn't find a restaurant or a, street car conductor who would accept the money—for It was all In one bill. He was desperate when a policeman loaned him n dollar. Children Like to Practice Music ^ i r Miss Mabelle Glenn and Miss Grace Helen Nash know that their music students aren't practicing because their mothers insist on It. They are doing It because they like to go up and- down the scales. The Jullllard School of Music, in New York, with which they are affiliated, is using GO children, between the ages of 7 and 17, as laboratory specimens to demonstrate to 90 mufllc teachers, in attendance at Its summer session; what can be accomplished under the new methods of Instruction. The children willingly give up several hours of play every day. Miss Glenn haa charge of ear training, and Miss Nash directs' the piano class. TO HOLD SUPPER TAPT, Jan. 4.— The" Mcthodiflt Church board will hold Its first business meeting and potluck supper of the year tonight at tho church. Officials and teachers and workers in the church and Sunday school, together with the two Epworth League cabinets will sit down to a potluck supper at 6 o'clock. Programs for tho coming year will be presented at the business meeting. A general superintendent of the Sunday school will be named. Karpe Returns to Military Institute Harold Karpo, the son of Mr; and Mrs. A. H. Karpe, 1902 Niles street, returned this morning to Black-Foxe Military Institute In Hollywood, after spending the mid-year holidays with his parents. Bel UK. an honor student, he received one extra day of vacation, a custom traditional with tho institute-. "While home the young 1 man put In u portion of his time planting wheat In two sections of land in the Edison district. Pacheco Division to Install Staff Installation of officers in tho afternoon, and a dinner In the evening ut 6:30 o'clock arc events anticipated for Thursday by members of Pacheco Division No. 339, G. J. A. to the B. of L. 13. The dinner will be served at Keller's tearoom on Eighteenth street. Mrs. W. S. Dodenhoff will succeed Mrs. Leonard Soegur as president. Cane chair seats will grow snug and tight if they are sponged off occasionally with salt water. New York Is Not c Immediate Goal Tho majority of women who evidently hold professional positions, , in New York City do not head for tho metropolis when they leave their homo towns, according to a survey made by MlHS Vcra KeUey of the American Woman's Association. Miss Kelsey Interviewed 3C women. She discovered that only four o'f them came directly to New York. Thes- did so because they had relatives In the city. The others had gone to the largest town In their own locality, nnd then often to the largest town In a wider area. When they reached the peak of achievement there, nnd found no new worlds to conquer, they headed cast. r f^f^^^m^m BIRTHDAY CLUB TO MEET Mrs. C. C. Scharpenberg will entertain member* of the-Bethany Birthday Club Friday afternoon* at 2 o'clock at tho home of her mpther, Mrs. Bunny Holloway, 2300 .Eighteenth street. . * ,' i ster Aven DIT? YES, GLADLY HOARDED GOLD unutthU Corner Mu Delta chapter of the Beta Phi Sigma fraternity will meet at the fraternity rooma, corner of Nineteenth and Chester avenue at 8 o'clock tonight. Rollln Voorhles, chairman of the New Year* eve dance committee, will give a report on the affair, a particularly popular celebration, shared by 200 couples. The dance was the fourteenth annual New Years observance of the chapter. Final preparations will be made for the observance of Memorial day, Sunday,. January A, to be simultaneous with 100 'chapters throughout the fraternity. Other business of consequence Is planned, and a large attendance expected, according to Donald Spreyer, president. f Turpo for Colds Prompt Soothing Effective California's biggest winter holiday central to all California! Come by rail or AH Year Highway. Reduced rates. All sports equipment may be rented. Get folders: Your travel agent or the Yo- aemite office, Yosemite National Park, California. A fragran ointment, containing as Us medicinal agents distilled Oil of Turpentine, Camphor and Menthol, used ri in an electric vaporizer. A $2.35 Value "MODEL B 1 W* tlKTM VAPORIZED fltlitve Cold? Vnlue. 98u Thursday, Friday, Saturday M^HWMH^MMMHI Beautiful, Longer Lasiing Permanent Waves! Complete! Guaranteed! $L25 $1.95 $2.95 $5.00 I Any Two: h Finger Wave, Shampoo, Hair Cut, Marcel, Clean-up Facial, Arch or Manicure RfPOUTS if^ m RPO ,00 Klmball& Lustre Oil Soapless Shampoo including Flugor . /» "Wavo or Marcel I OC .1 Particular Riont 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Bcktrifitld, Calif. St&to Licensed Operators Not a School! • LeHoy Gordon • Beauty Salon Phone 6606 311 Hopkint Optn m. •,, t. I -t

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free