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GIVE CARD PARTY ^ ''''' * " '' ' *' • ' ' ' < > . ; > „,'<.', - ,: , , - THti BAKEhSFIELD CALIFORNIA^ SATURDAY, tfAtfUARttf, 1033 SOCIAL llfc/ Hi' '•' yf " , • Affair January 19 Will Be Sponsored by Circle and Past Arches Tickets are now on sale for R card party of Summer Circle, No. 107, Order of Druldesses, and members of tho Past Arch Druldesses Association at Druids hall January 19. The af- fnlr is for the benefit of a fund to finance delegates to a convention in South Snn Francisco in June. Mrs. Ethel Willis Is chairman of general arrangements and Mrs. TllHo Henso of refreshments. Bridge, whist, five hundred and pedro will be played. Mrs. Norman Houze, grand arch Druldess of (ho state of California, a member of Sumner Circle, was present Thursday night. She attended tho (session as a member and not as an official Visitor. Pledges to Be Initiated at Week-End Party Dated Januarv 27, 28 Two dates on the pxlrn-curricular calendar of Bakersfleld High School are •• being heavily underscored by jnembers of the "Big B" society, Saturday evening, January 21, re- Bnrved for the annual "Big B" dance, end the week-end of January 27-28, »ot aside for the Initiation of 28 new Jettermen. Kangaroo Court Planned The letter club pledges will take a .•featured part on both occasions. They 'ivlll be called upon to do all tho heavy v-ork in connection with arrangements for the dance, and will bo the prisoners before the bar at a kangnroo court to be held as a part, of the initiation ceremony, according to plans announced today by Homer Bcatty.'Blg » leader. • Following tho exercises of the kan- Biiroo court and of "bad Friday, tho pledges will be guests at a snow party. They will be required • to bring enough fried chickens to provide themselves and regular members with ample refreshments on the excursion. Homer Beatty is being assisted by Ralph Quails, Bob Morelli, Dennis Keran and J. A. Loustalot, Big B adviser, in planning the events. To Be Initiated Those to be initiated into tho organization are Clarence Fore, Charles Lawrence, Howard Roland, Rogan Harrell, Malcolm Dally, Dewltt Trew- hltt, Bill McNamara, Charles Plllcz, Douglas Oldershaw, Reed Mercher, and Nathan O'Brien, who will receive big Bs, and Bill Anderson, Ed Mahler, Bill Hackney, Jim Franey. Olle Nelson. Lake Mickey, John Qilll, Forest Cassady, Lawrence Davis, Bill Word, Randolph Osborne, Bill Holman, .'lames Moon, Prazler Westerfleld. Charles Dennen and George Mellas, lishtwcight football players who will receive little Bs. School Head's Salary Is Discontinued; Paid Dollar ALTRUISTIC MRS. ANGELA O. HERSTROM G. I. A. INSTALLS Woman Continues Work as Public Official; Makes Sacrifice D ENVER, Jan. 5.—Mrs. Angela Oil- more Herstrom, of this olty, is America's first depreaslon-dollar-a- year public executive, known. so far as • is For almost two years she has ably filled the position of county superintendent of schools. Recently, duo to the trying financial situation in which this city found Itself, it was decided that'as nn ^conomy measure her position would bu , discontinued. Mrs. Herstrom, a noted educator who has been connected with the Berkeley school f«r 20 years, 10 as assistant principal and 10 as principal before coming to her present position, realized just what It would mean to young, beginning teachers to have no county superintendent to aid them, give them examinations and help place them. So she approuchcd Mayor Begolo with a constructive. Idea, . . "I feel that the work of my department Is Important and should not bo closed out," she told him. "My work means everything to me and In this ypar. when everybody la sacrificing, euch In his own way, 1 will gladly continue as county superintendent at $1 a year." The mayor accepted her generous offer immediately, congratulated her on her civic spirit and pride and appropriated |166.C4 for tho bare expense of examinations and running the office Jn 19311. Mrs. Herstrom, who is a warm, kindly, helpful person, is well-known to every struggling young man and woman who, with the equivalent of two years' work behind them, want to get a teaching certificate to enable them to get experience in d county school. She It is who gives tho annual examinations and who . Issues teaching certificates to them. Aids Job Seeker* A certificate Issued by her Is good in nny county in the state and often, after Issuing them, sho aids the young men and women in locating country schools that can use their 'services). SOCIETY Tor M(M Dumble Mlfls Thelma Dumble, bride-elect of George Hlgglns was honored at o. miscellaneous shower-given by Mrs. W. R. Dumble and her daughter Miss Pay Dumblo at their home, 609 Nilos street, Friday night. Tho date of. tho wedding, February • 4, was announced on the tallies nt the'bridge tables. Prices .were won by Mm,-Gottlieb' Koch, Miss IClslo Tletze and Miss Mary Etchenlque, a special prize. ' Mrs. Dumble and Miss Fay were •assisted by Mrs. F. A. Bordwell and Miss Lois Dumblo in- the serving .of a two- course supper. -All appointments were In n. pink and blue color.scheme. Those attending besides the 'honoree and hostesses were: Mesdnmos— ' , George Biggins, Gottlieb Koch Sr. ,-,•••'••.' • TBarl Simpson Kenneth'Armi- Kenneth Smith stead F. A. Bordwell Misses— Alice Arp Mary.Etchenique Beatrice Erncr-. Frances Etchc- son nlquo '' Ruth Emerson Lola Dumble May Gibson Thelma Dumble Elsie Tletzo Jono Wnlsor Florence Kalloch Oliver O'Connor Jennie, Etcho- Mary Kathorine nlquo •'.' • Davis Althca Mahan Thirtieth Anniversary The thirtieth, or "pearl" wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. O. Shapiro,' 2D30 I street will be celebrated •January S with a trip to San Francisco, where the couple will visit their two daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Shapiro were married In New York City In 1908. • • * Returns to Berkeley Miss Marjorle Dennis, post graduate student at the University of California, returned to tho north yester- dayi following the mid-semester vacation period,.which she spent with her father, Georgo Dennis, and sister, Miss Grace Dennis, in their home on Union avenue. Conns In South' / Mr. and Mrs. Irving Colin spent tho last week In.the south. They took In the TJ. 8. C.-Plttsburg football game, and enjoyed the Pasadena Tournament of Roses, returning home Thursday. Dinner in Evening Scheduled for Sequoia Division Members and Guests Many of these are In tho mountain regions, or on the mesas far from towns. Without the assistance of her M BIH«I«I«I. vi«l«« office, prospective teachers wou id I Mr »- plumm » p vl « lts have great difficulty In locating posts. "Mrs. Herstrom's sacrifice Is a display of public spirit that has not been I Stag Picnic to | ! Be Held Sunday | ! by Phi Chi Men | Members and gueits of th« Phi Chi fraternity will share a stag picnic Sunday all day at the Kern River canyon, according to plans made recently at a meeting pr«tided over by Walter Normanly at the fraternity house, 1211 L street. Earl Alhman and Jot Collins were named ai .a committee on arrangements. Another event to' which the •young men are looking forward Is a dance January 28 at a place to •be selected later. This will be Informal; arrangements will be In charge of Pete Meiers and Mancel Quthrie. Officers of Sequoia Division No. 320. j G. I. A. to tho B. of L. E. will be installed Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock at tho home of Mrs. Paul Matlock, 2109 Ttuxtun avenue. Mrs. Vern Anderson, past president and Mrs. Jessie Moqulst wlfl be the Installing officers. Those to be installed are Mrs. Vern Anderson, past president; Mrs. Hugh Smith, president; Mrs. Ray Bailey, vice-president; Mrs. Jennie Sorn- borger, secretary; Mrs. Walter Burkhalter, insurance secretary; Mrs. Sam Uren, chaplain; Mrs. J. Holland, treasurer; Mrs. Paul Matlock, guide and Mrs. Frank Bailey, sentinel. At 6:30 o'clock a dinner served at tho homo of Mrs. Walter Burkhalter for members of Sequoia Division, and members of the Brotherhood of Locomotive' Engineers and their wives.' • i » La Estrella Club to Meet Wednesday TAFT, Jan. 7.—After the busy holiday season, La Estrelln Club will re- sumo Its activities with a regular meeting and potluck luncheon at 12:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, January 11. Members may bring covered dishes or desserts. Tho afternoon wll) be under the auspices of the tea committee, MCH- damca L. E. • Stevens,, Maybclle Plaugher, Frank Hose and Henri- Barnes and bridge will be played after the business meeting. All members matched during the recent months In which Denver has gone through a trying financial situation," Mayor Bc- gole praised this educator. "I know no other man or woman who would I sacrifice his or her entire salary to i maintain work that Is essential to the i common gopd. I am honored to/accept i her offer." *-»-» PLANNED BY OF Mrs. Warren T. Plummer of Fresno Is spending a few days in Bakersfleld with relatives and friends. Mrs. Plumis remembered locally as Miss Grace Downey. Marie Netrgaard Hostets Friends, of Miss Mario Xoorgaard were entertained at an evening of bridge, other games and dancing last night it tho homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neorgaard, 925 Truxtun avenue. Prize winners at cards Included Miss Elaine Dlxon, .first and Mlna Phyllis Crawford, consolation. Other prize winners wore Miss Marlon, Mortensen and Miss Mary Ellen Blair. Mrs. Necrgaard and the hostess' sister, Miss Ruby Jean Neergaard assisted. Those present Included, besides the hostess: Misses- Marlon Morton- Hazel Hood sen .,• Mary Ellen Blair Blnlno Dlxon ' Evelyn McCoy Patricia Curran Phyllis Crawford ' • • * Club Enjoyi Party Miss Gene Ash was hostess to members of tho Pink liiiephant Club at tho homo of Mrs. Celestlno Trout recently for several hours of ''bunco." . •• Prices were won fiy 5T|ps Ruby ttous- sol and'Mrs. Mabel -Snydcr. Refreshments were served, with places arranged for: Mesdames— Jctta Busby Ruby Roussel Mabel Snydor • Celestlne Trout Misses— Inez Blanton Eunice Davis . Inez Vanderpool • • • Los Balladores Dance Tho next danco of Los Bixllartores Dancing Club will bo held February 4 In tho Spanish ballroom of Hotel El Tcjon. ; • ' *• Women of Moose to Launch Campaign Last night's meeting of the Women of tho Moose was given over to planning a .member.shlp and finance drlvo for which captains will be appointed next Friday evening by Mrs. Marguerite Krough, regent. Mrs. Eva Broome was appointed guldo, an office wh^h has been vacant for a few weeks. The session, held at the Moose hall, was largely attended. , '- *-•-» Young Piano Artist to Bfe Heard at Woman's Club PIANIST MISS' DENEZ SCHLUNEQER C.E. UNION RALLY DATE ANNOUNCED Banquet Scheduled Feb. 17; to Nominate Officers Before March Convention Miss Denez Schluneger to Otter Fine Program; Speaker Also Slated M OR10 than ordinary Interest Is attached to tho musical program to bo presented at Monday afternoon's meeting of the Bakersfleld Woman's Club, when, jMtss Denoz SchlunegeY of Coallhga, an artist pupil .of Mrs. John Crelghton will be heard in a group of pin no numbers. Mrs, Schlune-ger will appear oh the program preceding a talk .by ?Irs. Mark F, -Jones of South, Pasadena, state chairman of motion pictures for the California Foderatipn of .Women's Clubs. ' Miss Schluncger's piaflo selections will be varied and form an Interesting group Including tho Scarlatti Sonata In 'C, the Debussy Arabesque, No, 1; Gottsclmlk's "The • Last Hope,"- and Wrndt's Valso Qllssando on tho Black .'K«;rs. Tlo young pianist, who Is horsolf an ln«t'uctor at Coallnga. has studied for 4.116 past five years with Mrs. Crelghton.. She has also studied piano and .heory at tho Hoellnor Conservatory In Los Angeles, and theory In the music department . at the Fresno State Teachers' College. A short business meeting will bb licld with'Mrs. Nathan Strauss, president, In charge. Mrs. Thomas Jaynos will bo the program chairman for the afternoon. Tea will be served by tho January hospitality committee headed by Mrs. P. J. Cuneo. Other members of the committee arc: Mesdames ,J. B. Cauzza, II. V. Wheeler, J. R. McKean, Jake Kllllan, M. F. Wllcox, M. C. Parker, A. S. Donat and ' F. C.' St. Clalr. K P fiFFIPFIK l\. I. Urrlutlw .} To Launch Local Membership Drive; Leaders to Confer on Sunday A membership drive that is a part' of a national campaign In celebration of the golden jubilee anniversary of ho founding of the order, will be aunched here Sunday by the officer* of Bakersflold Council, Knights ot Columbus. ~- t '. ' ' The officers will, hold a special meeting nt 11:15 o'clock at Knights of Columbus hall with .Ray Holmes, grand knight, presiding. It is tho present plans for the officers to conduct the membership campaign for two weeks, and for'the netnbers to assume charge'of the next two.' ... A preliminary sketch of'' plans was made at the last meeting of the • order which was preceded by a dinner at a local cafe. AUXILIARY TO MEET There will be a meeting of Mathilda Llchtensteln auxiliary Tuesday evening at S o'clock at the B'Nal Jacob hall. Mrs. I. Ikenburg, president, will conduct the meeting. CARE OF'YOUR By OLIVE ROBERTS BARTON To work out. details of a dinner planned for Friday, January 13 at the Masonic temple from 6 to 8 o'clock, a general committee meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Ella Mae Means, 1815 Sixteenth street lost evening. Mrs. Means is royal matron of Tejon Court No. 41, Order nt the Amaranth. In general charge of arrangements are Mesdames Carrie Miller, P. A. Loustalot, Rosa. King, Sylvia Rengan, Neva NIolson. Isabel Hand, Ruth Edna Burton and Miss Gertrude Meyers. Miss Ollle Davis, chairman In tho, dlnlngroom, will be assisted In serving by tho officers. The court will sponsor a "card party at tho Bakersfleld Hotel Tuesday, January 10 at 8 o'clock with bridge and five hundred as the grames of tho evening. In charge of arrangements are Mesdames Carrie Miller, Elizabeth Wells, Sylvia Reagan and Ella Mac Moans. just look at the pictures in this book Uncle Fred sent me. They're great!" "I am reading, Bob. I'll look at them some other time. Tour mother isn't busy—go and show her." Bob stood for a minute^ his book across his stomach, then he "dropped to the 'floor again and silently turned the pages. After a while: "Dnd, will you bo home early Saturday?" "Dad" frowned at tho second interruption, but said: "I don't know — why?"— "We're having a Scout drill on the diamond. Come on and go,- won't you?" "If I leave the office early, I'm go- Ing to play golf. Isn't your mother go- FRATERNAL and Eastern vited. Star are cordially In- Libtrtas Chapter Llbertas Chapter, Order of Eastern Ejtar, will meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Anna Mullcr, worthy matron will be welcome. presiding. . Visitors WICKERSHAM'S January-Clearance Sale Now / -/»-/« Discounts /4 /3 /2 ——— DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, STATIONERY, LEATHER GOODS, GLASS Wicker sham Company Nineteenth at "Eye" Street "Yes. She was goin' to some bridge pauty but .when she heard about the Scouts she telephoned she couldn't bo there. But you never see us drill and Mom comes often. I just wished you could soo us. I'm in the bugle corps." Golf Flnt . ' "Are you? I didn't know that." "You didn't? Why, you must be —I mean, I've told you about twenty times." "Stupid of me—of course." On with the reading. The telephone, rang and Bob answered. "It's Mr. Allen for you, Dad." "Hello! Oh, yes, Kirk. No, nothing, just looking over a book. Saturday? Why. no, not much. Thought I'd play somo golf, maybe. What's going on? Polo! Why, yes, I can make it, I think. . Yes, I guess Mary can go, too. She had a bridge but I think sho canceled It." "No, she didn't," said Mary's voice beside him. "She's going to watch Bobby drill." go, but I'll be "No, Mary .can't there." Bob closed his book quietly and went outside. Across the street Mack'n father was pitching ball with him. Bob went over.. "Where's your dad, Mage?" Mack's father always called - him "Mage." "Ask him to come over and we'll have a regular game. Ho used to be the best catcher in the county." "He's busy," said Bob. He knew there was no use asking. "All right. Here—catch." The Inevitable Result Bob went Into dinner after a while. "Take me to a movie, Dad?" "I can't go tonight. I'm expecting a phone call—an order—from Cleveland. Have to stay here. Can't you two BO, Mary?" "Yes, we'll go, dear!" said Mary. But the phone call came while they wore at dinner. Nothing more was wild, however, because Bob knew there would be another excuse. This wns a typical day in the Porter household ten years ago. Bob has been away all this summer, Twice a week he has written to his mother. He never writes to his father, because It ' never occurs to "him to do so. His father nearly took the roof off the qther day. "Ho's.n 'mama's' boy, that's what he is. I don't mean that to him," with a snap of his fingers. "Even Bill MacDonald over the way had a note. I thought when he grew up he'd be a.friend, a companion. Now I'don't know him, scarcely. He's a queer one." To which Mary answered cryptically: "Friends aren't made In a day. Show a little Interest when he co'ines homo. You might make a friend of him yet." The preconventlon rally and banquet scheduled to> take place on Friday, February 17, was planned last evening at tho regular meeting of the executive board of the Korn County Christian Endeavor Union. The preconven- tlon banquet will be'held-In the cafeteria of tho Lincoln grammar school, with, tho Taft Christian church In charge. The- speakers of the evening vlll be Ralph McQuald,' state union president, and Reverend C. H.- Hulme, pastor of the local Christian church, 'ho will conduct the pledge raising. Announcement was made of the first neeting of the convention chorus on Tuesday, January 17, at Rio Bravo, ivlth Miss Iva Bauman, director. All nterested In singing -in the convention chorus should attend this meet- ng, It was announced. The members of the committee In charge of convention music include Reginald Waters, chairman, Miss Bauman and Arnold Bcrger. The Speakers Announced county convention will take SISTER •By SISTER MARY ATTRACTIVE garnishing and ap- -'*• propriato serving are economical measures well worth careful consideration. Simple, everyday dishes gain now Interest and the little extra time Invested in dressing up the dally meals will yield amplq returns In pleasure and profit. One of the simplest methods of improving tho appearance of the ordinary meat-and-potatoes-and-vegetable meal Is to arrange tho potatoes or starchy food in the form of a border with tho meat in the center and the other vegetables as a "garnish" on tho outside. Plain, homely faro presents un attractive and festive appearance when served In this fashion. Mashed potatoes, Irish or sweet, mashed squash and well-cooked rice ciui bo used as a border with excellent effect. • place on March 10, 11 and 12 at the First Christian church of Bakersfield, with Paul Brown, Luther Stein, Miss Emma Ruth and Miss Bertha Palmer as the speakers. Further plans for the annual affair will be made by the business committee which meets tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Tho nominating committee for the new officers, will meet next Friday evening, January 13, at the home of Miss Lois Smith on Union avenue. The officers will be elected and Installed during the sessions of the convention. Members of the committee Include Miss Smith, chairman; R. V. Lammlman, Rex Jameson, Miss Iva Bauman, Mrs. Fay Sodcn and Vcrcll AVIlson. Plans for Christian Endeavor week, tho celebration of the fifty-second birthday of the organization, will ox- tend from January 29 to February B, with tho county executive meeting falling on February 3. This meeting. In the form of a rally, will ,l>e held at Panama, and a special "program will bo presented. , The first trip to be taken by the society building committee was announced to be Sunday, January 15, when the group wfll go to Mojavo to meet with the societies there. Forty young people attended last evening's ipeeting, representing the Dakcrsfleld Christian and Presbyterian churches, Rio Bravo, Panama Congregational, Fellows Presbyterian, and Taft Presbyterian and Christian. Delta ThetaVrau to Initiate Pledges TAFT, Jan. 7.—Kpsllon Thcta Chapter, Delta Theta Tau Sorority, held its regular business meeting at the home of Mrs. Frank Eggleston last evening. Chapter bylaws wore amended and will bo adopted when approved by the national president. January 20 has been set for mock Initiation of the pledges, the formal Initiation to follow, at an early dato In February. t Members of tho local chapter are: Mesdames Frank Eggleston, Paul, C. . Frost, Howard ITanst, Pon Myers, border with "brown sausago cukes or ] Harry Ward, Dick White, Ed Wolfe crisp link sausage. Inncl Misses Salmi Lane, Thetn Flcm- Mashed potato is perhaps the sim-iing, Helen Hamilton and Grace ML FOR ORACpOTURES For the purpose of securing more complete co-operation on. the part of seniors with respect to Oracle pictures, a special meeting of the senior class has been called for Monday of next week. It is essential that the graduating students sign up for pictures to be used In the high school annual at once, according to Miss Norma Jean Graham, editor of the 1933 Oracle. . H. A. Spindt, principal, will be present to speak before the class, it is announced. A musical program will be furnished by the Rees oroliestra. Work on the Bakersfleld High yearbook Is progressing under the direction of Miss Graham, with the assistance of her editprlnl staff, including the following persons: Miss Mary Bone and Monroe Brown, assistant editors; Charles Prewett, sports editor; Miss Florence McWIl- llams, art editor; Miss Ruth. Gary, snapshot editor; Miss Adelaide Stratton, department editor; Cyril Haworth, joke editor; Miss Mamie Lee, typist; Warren Freelarid, business manager; Bill Word, assistant business manager; Mark F. Wllcox and L. ,B. Davy, faculty, advisers. FACULTY WIVES Dinner and Sewing Session Planned; Find Children Need Clothing Instead of entertainment, the mom- t bors of the Faculty Wives Club will ' busy themselves with their sewing at the forthcomlng.meetlng scheduled for Wednesday evening. The session with needles and thimbles will be preceded with a supper at 6:30 o'clock In the high school cafeteria, . according to Sirs. N. D. Stutzman, chairman of the evening. One member of tho committee who has been doing extensive. welfare work has found many children' badly in need of clothing, despite the extensive 'care that was given to the needy at Christmas time. Members of the club, .if they, wish to donate a new or old'plece of clothing for a child or infant, are requested to bring it to the forthcoming meeting. Such contributions will bo regarded as purely voluntary for those who may be able to give the needed articles. • , The committee .in charge includes, in addition to Mrs. Stutzman, MeH- dames Otto Asperger, Axel Peterson. Rrnes.t Dalbom, Milton Perkins, George Ourr and Howard Davis. . Mrs. H. A. Splndt, president, will conduct the business session. - *-•-# REPLENISHES STOCK Because of the unprecedented demand for dresses In the Malcolm Brock Company's January clearance,. Mrs. Helen Twaddell, - the store's downstatre store ready-to-wear manager, had to make a hurried trip to Los Angeles to buy dresses to fill up her depleted stocks. Mrs. Twaddell returned Thursday, bringing with her what she claims' to be tho most wonderful values she has ever seen. • Greens also present a more Inviting appearance when served either In a molded form or In the form of a border. This method of serving Is attractive for cabbage or sauerkraut. Arrange in a border ring and fill the center with fluffy mashed potato piled high in Irregular contour. Surround Brotherhood to Pick Delegates ; to State Event > , < Eight delegate! will be elected to • etate convention at the Municipal Auditorium, Long Beach, ' February 3, 4, and B, when the federated Church Brotherhood meet* tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at Flret Methodlit church. In the abience «of E. R, Long, who I* attending a conference of the atate executive committee of the Brotherhood at Rlverilde, the. Rev, Philip T, Dennis, vice-president, will preside. The Mlnee Elliabeth Dennis and Florence Moore will furnish Instrumental music during the after- plnst and easiest, border to prepare. Ulco or thoroughly mash potatoes. Then for each two cups of mashed potato, add 4 tablespoons* hot milk or cream, H teaspoon salt and two table- Hpoons mcltod butter. More milk may he needed to make the potatoes tho right consistency. Beat with a slotted .spoon until light. Butter a deep pan bowl on tho outside and plucc ll In tho center of a hot platter or chop pluto. Press a mound of prepared potatoes around tho bowl. Then remove bowl and fill with meat, fish or a creamed vegetable. Macaroni, spaghetti and noodles make satisfactory borders, too. Fricasseed chicken In a border of noodles with a garnlHh of candled sweet potatoes Is BO Inviting that one forgets It Isn't spring chicken. Stuffed tomatoes, stuffed peppers, glazed or buttered onions, beot marbles and grilled tomatoes add distinction to any hot main dish. AVhcn the same foods must, bo used repeatedly In order, to reduce the cost of meals, attractive and unusual ways of serving do much to break the monotony. Tomorrow's Menu Breakfast — Sliced peaches, boiled rice with chopped dates, cream, crisp bacon, crisp toast, milk, coffee. Luncheln—Molded spinach with hard cooked eggs, popovers, apple tapioca with lemon sauce, milk, taa. Dinner—Mashed potatoes'in sauerkraut border with sausage cakes, beet marbles In piquant, sauce, apple and celery salad, grahum cracker roll, milk, • coffee. Stephens. arc Mesdames William D. Cortrlght, Julian Dunn, Alfred Hall, Albert Kldd, Ray Mc-Cormlek, Vernon Uumbold und Miss Louisa AValter, | Orders Planning Tri-Lodge Rites at I. 0. O. F. Hall -«fc k Preparations for the semi-annual I. O. O. F. tri.lodge installation of officers were furthered last night when .the committee on arrangements, headed by Mrs. P. A. Murray, met at the Odd Fellows hall. The lodge* Installing are: Kern Lodge, No. 202. Bakersfleld Lodge, No. 440; and Bakersfleld Rebekah lodge, No. 47. The rites will take place Friday, January 13, at the Odd Fellows hall, on Chester avenue, at 8 o'clock, with all members of the order extended an Invitation. On the arrangement! committee with Mrs. Murray from the Rebekah lodge are Mesdames Sylvia Ramsey, Rein Wells and Bertha Elliott. From Lodge No. 202 are T. J. Carter, Leslie Can. aday and G. B. Denny. 'Those representing Lodge No. 440 Include Sam Chorn, Ceoll Hauger and Fred .Holme*. Native Daughters Install Staff; Leader Picks Aides- ITH tho Installation of offlcera, who will serve .for six months, he first half of the new year was in- LUgurated last evening; for El Tejon ^arlor, No. 239, Native Daughters of he Golden West, at Eagles hall. Mrs. Jennie Dennis of Tehachapl, deputy grand president, a member of ho local parlor, was tho installing officer, assisted by a staff upon whom was conferred the position for the evening of grand officers, including Mrs. Gertrude Phelps- of Tehachapl, grand secretary; Mrs. Minnie B. Heath, grand past president; Mrs. Ralph Hln- derlltor, grand marshal, and *Irs. Margaret Carlisle, grand musician. Mrs. 3na Mao Moffett acted as chairman 'or tho installation. Mrs. Georgia Sanders, incoming president, presented officers iwlth cor- jsages In the lodge colors of red, blue and' gold, a color scheme developed HI he decorations of tho hall, and exemplified In^freshments. Flowers were flven the outgoing and Incoming prea- dent,»tho former being Mrs. Gladys Cooper, and lovely corsages were given the grand officers. Mrs. Cooper received gifts from the organization and Individuals, together with expressions of appreciation for her work. Mrs. Lydla Gulon, retiring past president, received a past president's Jewel. In charge/of arrangements for last evening's successful ceremony were Mesdames Louise Herod, Mary Baker, Minnie B. Heath, Etta Borgwardt, Kate Kincer, Mary B, Hampson and Florence Hlnderlltor. Those installed were: Mrs. Georgia Sanders, president; Mrs. Gladys Coo- per, past president; Mrs. Margaret Sago, first vice-president; Mian Edna Mae Hobson, second vice-president; Miss Sadie Clehdennen, third vice- . president; Mrs. Juanlta Pcttis, • marshal; Mrs. Mary B". Hampson,-recording secretary; Mrs. Kate Phillips, financial secretary; Mrs. Map Dunham, treasurer; Mrs. Grace Do'rris, Mrs. Louise Herod and Kirs. Etta Borgwardt, trustees; Mrs. Edith Swett, Inside sentinel; Mrs. Alice Phillips, outside sentinel; Mrs. Be/tha Abel), musician. . . , ' Standing committees appointed last night by Mrs. Sanders . were: Mrs. Louise Herod, chairman, Mrs, Mary. Baker and Mrs. ; Ona Mae Moff«tt, homeless children's committee. ' : Sirs. Edith Swett, chairman, Mrs. Alice Phillips, and Mrs. Juanlta 'P ; et- tls, historical and landmarks committee. " >"-' Mrs. Mao Dunham, chairman, Mr,s. Hallle Bowmun, and Mrs. Miiry 'B. Hampson, pioneer roster and relics committee.' '; • Miss Sudle Clendennen, chairman, Mrs. Margaret Bago and Mrs. Margaret Carlisle, Americanization corn- mlttee. Mrs. Gladys Cooper, chairman, Mrs. Mae Williams and Mrs. Kate Phillips, visiting committee. Mrs. Florence Hlnderlltor, chairman, Mrs, Edna Mao Hobson, pfib- llcity. * .-./:•- ! : 'Mrs. Etta Borgwardt, chairman, Mrs. Grace Dorris and Mrs. Ernestine Edwards, community service committee. Mrs. Mary B. Hampson, chairman, Miss Sadie Clendennen, and' Mrs. Margaret Sago, Poppy day committee^ "Shoot" Some Indoor Pictures Now .. . with Verichrome film and the new Photot'lash Lump ... indoor pictures at night arc as certain us in daylight. Try some indoor pictures some night soon. Then let us handle ' the developing and printing. 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