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With- her will be Beruch Altmann, whose playing at a re- cj~nt New Jersey concert brought enthusiastic press comments. The youthful violin nrtiet will present * concert in Bakersfield, going from here to Miss Lackey's old home, In Porter- vllle, and on to San Francisco, according to the present itinerary. Bentch Altmann played recently with this Newark Civic Symphony Or- choslra, conducted by Philip Gordon nnd sponsored by Hayne & Company. * Among those attending were some of the leading musical patrons of thf errnimuutty .and an impressive group of music teachers, df the youth's playing, the Sunday ill of Newark snld in part: "The playing of Beruch Altmann, violin .prodigy, was a revelationJ^o his auditors. A" pupil of Beth Laokey, Who has produced some of tho finest juvenile musicians in recent years, tho Ait- mann boy displayed nn aiiiazlng de- gress of innate musicianship. It was his first appearance with an orchestra, yet he discharged his responsibilities in- tho first movement of Men( delswohn's Concerto in B Minor with > the finesse of a* matured performer. Ho has confidence and striking musl- -%hl'intelligence, qualities that arc lacking In so many of the children recently • offered to the public as prodigies. The future should hold much for Beruch Altmann." ; Mis,s Lackey was for several years teacher of Ruggiero nnd Oeorglo Ricci, world famous boy violinists. f i Masonic Lodges to Install Officers T.A.FT, Jan. 4.—Installation of officers of Taft Lodge, No. 616, and Midway Lodge, No. 426, Masons, will take place at a joint ceremony to be held tonight in the Masonic temple, Tho instaillatlqn will be preceded by a 6:30 o'clock dinner, open 'to all Masons and their families. Senior Grand Warden C. Sltton, a prominent attorney of Sacramento, will be the installing 1 officer and guest of honor, while Past Grand Master Arthur S. Crltes is expected to be present from Bakersfield. Grand Master M. Mlxter of Exeter may also be in attendance. Officers of Midway lodge to be installed are Samuel P. Petersen, worshipful master; Chester M. Inman, senior warden; Thomas J. Hillary, junior warden; A. B. Smith, treasurer; J. A. Calhoun, secretary; William H. Fenneman, chaplain; John T. Williams, marshal; Errol B. Ustick, senior Beacon; William H. Jftontlgel, junior deacon; Rayond G. Dlckson, senior stetyard; T. H. Rowcliffe, Junior stew- 'ard; Leon T. Peahl, tyler, and Raymond Grey, organist. Norman Main Is«the outgoing worshipful master. New officers of Taft Lodge to bo installed are M. Edward KInnebrew, worshipful master; Clarence McNutt, senior warden; Jacob L. Kofahl, Junior warden; Howard 33. Clark, treasurer; A. Olney Haddon, secre- tfftry,; Roy McMasters, chaplain; H. qien Thomas, marshal; Henry F, Letlow, senior deacon; Jack W. Bean, junior deacon; Henry B. Barnes, senior steward; Russell Heaps, junior steward; Harry W. Beatty, tyler. Joseph McMillan Is the outgoing worshipful master of Taft Lodge. Lavender Club to Convene Thursday Members of the Lavender Club of the Woman's Belief Corps will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Rose Valencia, 808 I street, with Mrs. I. V. Watson as cohostess. The justness session will be presided over by Mrs. Elmer Wilflams. . . . ' i \ . WEDDBD |N SOUTH TAFT, Jon. 4.'—One of the prettiest of wie Christmas holiday events was the marriage of Miss Helen Lucille Houston and Paul B. Wilson, which took place at Manhattan Beach, December 24, The 1 bride/ the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Houston, graduated from Taft Union High School with the class of 1931, and later attended the locaUjunlor college. Mr. Wilson, the son of C. D. Wilson of $!ount Vernon, Ohio, is a graduate of Mount Vernon High School and is employed" by the Southern Call- Gas Company here. Tl\e young couple spent their honeymoon 1 at the southern beaches' and are now at home to their many friends.at 618 Philippine street, Taft Heights. i • WEDDING SOLEMNIZED p ' TAFT, Jan. 4.—The marriage, of Miss Grace Anna Blanchard and Charles Wlllard De Shazo, both of Taft, was solemnized on Monday evening at 6 o'clock at the parsonage of the First Methodist Church with the Reverend Walter B. Cole officiating. The bridegroom Is nn employe of Taft Auto Reconstruction Company. Put Mentholttum in aojttrilt to open them, ,:; rub on cht it to reduce congestion. T • •* »• I — ^^ » • • Own Children Made . This Woman Nervous *r ' t»*J Mrs. Milan Payne was so* rundown her' own children made her r.ervous. Vinol (iron tonic) made her sleep and f~ * eat und nervousness, is gone. Tastes delicious., KorhDruf Co.'-r-Adv. -\ *'V 't t xx YOUTHFUL SOCIETY SCULPTRESS . A. R. SLATES MEEK Ingelow, Miss Chubb Will Address Session in L Evening Jan. 11 While other members of the younger New York social set art busy with teas, dances and balls, 20-year.old June Wasey U engaged in making a name for*her.aelf as a aculptreas. Two of her recent busts have been accepted for exhibition at the Art Center. She Is the dauflhter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Wasey of New York and Montauk, L. l. f and studied two years In Paris under Paul Landowskl. Large Registration Marks Opening of Evening School T HE Bakersfield High School plant hummed with activity again last night ns evening school classes were resumed for tho spring semester, hundreds of students registering for tho initial class meetings. Attendance on the first school night of the new yenr augured well for the progress of the evening school classes, according to G. W. Garrard, principal. One of the more popular courses, judging from early enrollment, will be the class in aviation conducted by Raymond J. • Cross, a member of the high school faculty and a licensed airplane engine mechanic. The class meqts Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights from 7 until 9:15 o'clock. Through its 'connection with the Army and Novy air corps» the aviation .shop of the local high school Is able to obtain the most modern alr- plano engines, Instruments and other equipment to use for educational equipment, according to Mr. Cross. An automobile mechanics course, giving information and practice In the operation and maintenance of auton, Is conducted on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings by Harry J. Drennan. The shop classes aro planned to give both practical shop work and k the theory behind the mechanics by lecture. Needs of each individual student are considered and previous mechanical or aeronautical experience Is not neceesary. npHE old way was to send Johnny off •*• to his aunt's house for the day, and then escort him back home at night, lead him up to his mother's room, uncover something in a fussy new pink contrivance called a basl- nette, and say: "See what God has sent you, dear. A lovely now little brother." Johnny, looking from the bed and his mother's stnlle that had always been for him alone, back to the tiny newcomer in the crib, suddenly sense'd disaster. He knew Jealousy for the first time In his life—a terrible torturing thing* and a sudden hatred of his rival possessed his small heart with a cruel fury. This first revulsion of feeling that a child has for a new bab/ In the family often will remain through life. Real love and affection are difficult to establish later. Of course, much depends upon the age of the first-born when the cataclysm occurs. If a child ts 2, the breach Is more easily bridged. But if he is 3 or 4 or B, that is when those cases of jealousy and dislike are only too likely to defy all effort at reconciliation. Parent* Need Tact It in only too true that love does not alWays exist between the children "of the same parents. Sometimes other thlnga cause ihe gulf between them, of course, but I am convinced that lack of tact and kindness at the time of' the birth of a now baby are responsible for more of it than we suspect. The new way is to begin long before the event takes place that will change Johnny's small world for him, nnd to say. "Darling, wouldn' you like to have a bajjy sister or brother sometime? Just like Billy across the street? You like Billy's cute little baby slater, don't you?" Perhaps ho will pout and say, "I don't want any baby. I'm your baby." Then how would this do? * "But he would be our baby—yours nnd daddy's and mine. He would belong to all of us and we three would try to make him happy and show him how we loved him." Such maneuvering Is almost sure to change any child's attitude. By the time the baby is born, Johnny will be forgetting himself in excitement and anticipation. All that old talk about "noses being out of Joint" before a heart-broken first-born IB cruel,. Parents and adults living in the house are almost altogether responsible for tho kind of greeting the baby will receive from the other children. " Drama Section to Meet on Tuesday Rehearsal on two one-act plays to be presented in February, is scheduled for Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at the Woman's Rest House on I street. The session has been called by Miss Dorothy Donohoe, section chairman of the BusinesH and Professional Woman's Club. RECALLED TO DUTY TAPT, Jan. 4.—Raymond Revler of San Diego, who motored to Taft to spend the New Year holidays with Dr. and Mrs. Carl "W. Johnson, was suddenly called to report for duty at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. The call from the south was made at 11 o'clock In the morning. Glenn Alexander, Jr., Dr. Johnson and Mr. Revler flew-to San Diego in Alexander's plane, arriving at the San Diego naval airport 1 hour and 10 minutes after leaving Taft. At 2 o'clock Revier reported at tho harbor, boarding tho yacht Hollywood for a trip to Buenoa Aires, South America. Dr. Johnson and Alexander returned to Taft just before dusk. 20 POUN IN 4 Mrs. Mae West of St. Louis, Mo. t writes* "I'm only 28 yrs. old and weighed 170 Ibs. until taking one box of your Kruachen Salts just 4 weeks ago. I now weigh 150 Ibs. I also-have more energy and further more I've never had a hungry moment." Pat folks should tnfca one hajf ten- spoonful of Kruschen Suits in a glass of hot water in the morning before breakfast—It's the SAFE, harmless way to reduce as tens of thousands of men and women know. For your health's sake ask for nnd get Kruschen at Hughes Drug- Store, Nineteenth and Chester, Kimbnll & Stone, Eastern Drug Co., Service Drug Co., or any drug store—the cost for n bottle that lasts 4 weeks IH but a trifle and if after the first bottlo you are not joyfully tmtlsfled with results- money back.—Adv. RECENT BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bender, daughter, Bonnie Hae. Mr. and Mrs, U. M. Andreas, Lamont, son, Ray ISlmer. Mr, and Mrs. Orrnn Westbrooks, son Cecil Orvan, Mr. and Mrs. H. Chrlstensen, Bak- orsfleld, son. IS HOLIDAY VISITOR TAFT, Jan, 4.—Miss paith King of Los Anpreles, accompanied by he** niece, Miss Virginia Oliver, was u holiday visitor at tho home of Mrs. W. T. Walton In Taft Weights for a short Htny. Miss King is supervisor of nature Htudy and curator in the Neural "History Museum of the Los Angeles city schools. . SOME WOMEN ALWAYS ATTRACT You want to be beautiful. You want tho tireless energy, fresh complexion and pep of youth. Then let Dr. Edward* Olive Tablets Kelp free your system of the poisons caused by clogged bowels and torpid liver. For 20 years, men and women suffering from stomach troubles, pimples, listlessneas and headaches have taken Dr. Kdwards Olive Tablets, a successful substitute for calomel, a compound of vegetable ingredients, known by their olive color. They act easily upon the bowels without grip- Ing. They help cleanse the system and tone up the liver. If you value youth and its many gifts, take Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets nightly. How much better you will feel—and look. 15c. 30c, 60c.—Adv. Two events will make January an Important month for members of the Daughters of the American Revolu* tlon, the first a regular business meet- Jnflf Tuesday afternoon and the second the following Wednesday night, Janu- ary'11, the annual "husbands' night" program. The former will be devoted enftrely to routine matters, nnd will be held at the home of the president, Mrs. Oranvllle L. Brown/1727 Baker street. Mrs. Brown, chapter regent, will pro- aide. The latter will be nt the home of Doctor and Mrs. Homor Rogers, 1929 Eighteenth street. Assisting Mrs. Rogers will be Mrs. Arthur Pritschko, Mrs, G. B. Webb, Miss Ada Hopkins nnd Miss Olive Chubb. George C. Ingolow, Junior college In- struetor, and popular speaker, will give an address on •jntornatlonnl rela- Pocahontas Will Install Leaders on Early Date j • At Thursday nloht'e meettnpj of LaekAwanna Council* Degree of Poonhontas, plans will be completed for Installation ceremonies the following Thursday night at 8 o'clock nt Moose halt. Mrs. Minnie Jacobs, district dep- *ity, will be the Installing offlqer; the ceremonies will be wltnetaed by members only. Elective officers to be seated Include Mrs. .Bertha Fenton, Poca- hontoa; Mrs. Jean Warden, Wl- nona; Mrs* Alice McNew, Powa- tanj Mrs. Mae Williams, prophetess; Mrs. Maude Chapman, recorder} Mrs. Mamie Morgan, collector of wampum; and Mrs* Minnie Brooks, keeper of wampum. The' term of office Is ilx months. Mrs. Fenton wilt name a staff of appointive officer* Thursday evening, lions, and Miss Olive Chubb, also a member of tho local school faculty, nnd a traveler of experience will give a talk on Alaska. There 'will be special music, . . • t NS CLUB CONCERT SPONSOR L Fred Scott, Noted Tenor, to Be Here, January 17; Quartet Plans Vesper Two events of outstanding Interest to followers of music have been plated for this month by tho Bnkern- field Hfffh School Musicians' Club. Tho date set for the appearance of Fred Scrott, noted tenor, In tho second concert of-the Annual Musicians' club series, Is Tuesday, January 17. .Later in the month, on January 22, the organization will sponsor a vesper service to be given at the Congregational church by the "Blue and White" quartet. Fred'Scott's appearance here is an event which will attract widespread attention. Ho is a tenor of excep* tfonal artistry, who appeared last season with both San Francisco and Los Angeles grand opera companies. Ho has been given leading roles In several talking pictures and appeared last year as soloist with the Los Angeles Oratorio Society. The Musician*' Club has already scored once this season with its presentation of Y. L. I. Organizes Plans for Formal Induction Rites Plane for Installation were for- rtiulated at the Tuesday evening meeting of the Young Lndtea' In. stltute held last night at K. of 0. half. Miss Mary Ellen Hapen will be seated as president to micoeed Mrs, Pa'vey L. Stanley, who has headed the organization success* fully the pait year. Mrs. Louis Agnettl will act ns the Installing officer at the cere. mony which will be conducted next Tuesday night. Following the installation rites, a supper and reception In honor of the new officers will be held at Hotel El Tejon. Miss Mildred Foster Is the chairman In charge. Steeb, pianist, with the BftkoTs- fleld Community Orchestra, and may look forward to a similar success with Mr, Scott's recital, The vesper service of the Inter date will be similar to that presented at tho First Baptist Church Just before Christmas. Thl» time, however, the Musicians' Club will feature a male quartet made up by James Stramler, James Anderson, William Robb, ana James Stone. ONSAT TAFT, Jan. 4.—Holiday decoratlona which liavo been In plnco In the Taft branch llbravj' nnd which are being removed today, havo attracted much attention throughout th« holidays. Tl>o decorations were dostened and arranged by Lawrence Thuir, assistant librarian. On New Yonrs ovo, the illuminated Ne\v Yours proofing, placed back of the mnln desk, was kept burning through tin? night. A similar Illuminated Chrl.stmun greeting was nn of* fcctlve part of tho yuletlde decoration. Tall red cruidles burned each night In tho front windows on either side of tho entrance and a decorated tree occupied one corner of tho big room. Posters were placed above tho book shelves, one showing a snow scone with tiny lighted houses and evergreen trees composing tho landscape and the cihor t.ho ftconn of tho three Wise Men following the star to tho placo of Nativity. According to Miss Mabel day West, head of this library, tho holidays havo been unusually busy for tho library ntaff. V.V-V j.t. t + :.::&• I ' •>: >T* tf:>y&tt>s;:¥ :W>»M*' m N *:•:•»:*:•:* ">:•:• *»!.' *>:•:» «sS srf^ Jfig »:*:. , i ttlv.-. «.•: •%' •;•!.- I.* .'.' 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