The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 10, 1933 · Page 4
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THE J&AKERSF1ELD CALIFORNIA^ TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1933 LEADER TO PAY VISIT HERE Preparations Launched by Local Members; Party Is Planned for Jan. 30 CIETY preparations for the visit of Isa- (lorc Loss of San Francisco, noble (rranfl nrch druld, were made at'the meeting; nf Sumner drove, No. 56, Ancient. Order of Druids held last nlpht. The state leader will pay his official visit on February C at which time a large class of local candidates will be Initialed. C. C. Creschlre, chairman of the membership committee, requested committee members to report at his home to dovlsa ways and means of organizing the class. At the meeting' .Tamos O'Connor was elected and Installed as outside guardian. Claude Chappoll, chairman of the social committee, reported that plans are progressing for the party to be held on Monday, January SO. Tho next meeting will be held January Ifi. Auxiliary Installs Staff of Officers Installation of officers was held by Sequoia Division, No. 320, G. 1. A. to the B. of I.. K., at tho home of Mrs. Piuil Mntlock, 2319 Truxtun avenue, yesterday. Mrs. Hugh Smith was seated ns president and Mrs. Ray Bailey as vice-president. In the evening members of tho auxiliary and members of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and their wives, a group of 30 altogether, adjourned to the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burkhnlter, 2-100 Ches'ter Lane, for a dinner party. Mr. Burkhalter presided as toastmoster, nsklng for brief talks from several of the guests. Cards were played and prizes awarded. The dinner followed a business session of the men's organization also, at which officers were installed, Including W. O. Burkhalter, local chairman; Charles E. Moore, chief engineer; Vern Anderson, second chief; K. C. I>ee, neuretary; and Walter Carter, legislative representative. TEJON CLUB LUNCHEON Tejou Social Club will meet Wednesday at tho Masonic temple for a potluck luncheon. Arrangements are In charge of Mrs. Neva Nielsen, Mrs. Klla l.lKhtner, Mrs. Delia Garret!. Mrs. Ella Gilbert and Mrs. Elizu- i.eth Hand. Tho luncheon honors the retiring president, Mrs. Clara Shapiro. Offers will bo elected. For Nonagenarian In honor of; tho ninetieth birthday of Mrs. A. IB. Redstone, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Wood of atcnnvllle entertained at a dinner party recently. The nonagenarian Is In perfect health, and vastly enjoyed the occasion. Many friends and relatives called during the day to offer congratulations und good wishes. The well-known Kern county matron Is the grandmother of the host. She Is the mother of three daughters and a son, Mrs. Tom Mabry of Bak- ersfleld, Mrs. H. Almlno of Laguna, Mi's, C. G. Wood of Glennvlllo, and John H. Redstone of Bakorafleld. She Is tho grandmother of Mrs. Walter Hand, Mrs. John Hitchcock of Glonnvllle, J. H. Redstone and F. R. Kalloch of Bakersflold, Mrs. L. Dabney of Coallnga, and Mrs. Frank Nord ot Los Angeles. Another generation Is represented In Charles, Dumblo of Bakersfleld, Frances Hlmoonowskl of Berkeley, Winston Wood of Olennvllle, Helen Koch, R. Kalloch, Florence Kalloch and Jack Huston of Bakofsflefd, Mrs. Glenn Loe of Olldalo and Al- bertlne Wood of ,8an Pedro, all of whom aro great grandchildren. Tho fifth generation of Mrs. Redstone's dependents include Jack Hunton, Jr., tho baby of Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Koch, and Barbara Slneon- owskl. Among tho dinner guests were: Messrs, and Mesdames— R. R. Martin J. D, Hitchcock B. P. Wood Glenn Lee Moddames— O. G. Wood A. 18. Redstone Miss Helen Cowan Messrs.— Walter Hltohcoclr Winston Wood » » • For Mils Foley Miss Helen Foley was the recipient of»a surprise shower given; by Miss Louise McComas nt her home, 238 H street. Bridge was played with prizes won by Miss Oarnita Waldron and Miss Genevteve Dllts. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Miss Leona Clark, places being arranged for: Misses— Qenevleve Dllts Garnet Miller Yelma Morgan Marie Ltnell Bonnie Anchu- Oarnita Waldron 'letta Reba Hayes Melba Jackson Helen Heffernan Wanda Richard- Margaret Robertson son Cleo White Beulah Hicks Mollle White Cecil Dennen * • * Returns to Berkeley Wallace Mitchell, junior at the University of California, returned north yesterday, following tho mid-semester •vacation period. Emerald Club ;•'! •. Emerald Club members werij guests recently of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. U Most*, maker. Dinner was served At 1 oVlook, followed, by pedro, played throughout tho 'evening, llio table was decked with- out flowers and favors'. Tho next meeting.' will be February 4. Prizes were won by .T. n. Ware, Mrs. Mcstmnker, Mrs. K. O. Chapman, Mr. Chapman, J. B. Dowd, and H. N. Hnrrelson, for scores and Mrs. A. I/, Knoles, special prlzo, Those present wore: Messrs nnd Mesdahios-7- A. lj. Knoles It. O. Chapman M. O. Nunnelly C. N. Pottor W. J. Heath ' T. U Mestmaker John Dowd J. R. Ware Harvey Ilarrelson Mcsdnnies— Minnie Jacobs Knthryn York Misses— L,oi.s Dowd KHziibeth MflKtmakor . • Mr. Henry Mestmakor Masters— Buddy Mestmaker * Johnny Dowd * 0 * •: • For Miss Winer Mrs. Max Winer, 215 Eureka street, honored her daughter, Miss Birdie Winer, at*a party on her sixteenth birthday anniversary, celebrating the occasion at tho family residence Sat-, urday evening. Dancing and a^buffet supper wore the diversions. The guests were: Misses— Birdie AViner Florence Mooney Lillian Rosen Anna Mooney SelmiJ,HlmovlU Helen Landson Hose Rubin Ijols Lltzensteln Helma Hubln Frances Davis .Sylvia Cohen Florence Yadow Sylvia Winer Alva Mooney Messrs.— William Gold- Irving Wolf berg Manuel Rubin tester Mak'of f Hyman David Sam Kora Joe Hlmovltz Bennlo Kopf ynm Hlmovltz Sydney Gordon Party for Brother Miss Lillian Hughes, 229 'Eighteenth street, entertained Saturday evening In honor'of her brother Jack Hughes, who was celebrating his twenty-fifth birthday anniversary. After a 7 o'clock dinner, bridge, music and dancing were enjoyed. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Frances Willow. Miss Hughes Is recently of tha Kstello Fashion Acudemy of Long Beach. * * * VIsitiriQ the Wangenhelms Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wungenhelm, 2304 B street, have been entertaining an their house guests, Mrs. W. B. Albertson of JL.os Angeles. On Sixth Birthday • To oelebrnte his sixth birthday anniversary, Master Bruce Sprayb«rry was the center of ah Interested group of youngsters'Monday At ah afternoon party given by his inothet; Mrs. O, B, Sprayberfy, 1126 Oregon'.street., Mrs. Sprayborry was assisted by Mrs. C, M. Ebbs, In arranging games and serving refreshments. Those Included were: Peggy Sprnyberry Pauline Spray- Derward.Roy berry Fred Allen Ebbs Trwln Cardiff, Marvin Spray- Thermon McOttar berry ter Conrad Monspn Marlln Ray Bruce Sprayberry Amaranth to Meet Wednesday Evening Bakersfleld Court. No, 82, Order "of the Amaranth, will hajd u regular meeting at the Masonic temple alt 8 o'clock Wednesday evening. Every Amaranth member Is Invited to attend. There -will be Initiation. Mrs. A. B. Tleck will have charge of refreshments. Presiding officers will bo Miss Mary Gray, royal matron and S. T. Andrews, royal patron. . . • Delta Sigma Men Banquet Wednesday Instead of a regular meeting of the Delta Sigma fraternity Wednesday night, there will be a 7 o'clock dinner ut the 'Pink Elephant Cafe, the l.-Tmer St. Charles Cafo on I street. Arrangements are In charge of Jo« Ooodwln, Walter Spawn and Loren Frcear (decorations). TO MEET TONIQHT The annual meeting of parishioners of St. Paul'*"' Episcopal Church , Will be held this evening at 8 -o'clock In the Guild hall. Reports of. church officers will be heard and elecUon of vestrymen and delegates to diocesan meetings will bo held. Following tho business session members of tho service league will serve a light repast. St. Paul's Guild will meet as usual tomorrow afternoon nnd St. Margaret's Guild will hold its fortnightly meeting In the evening. The choir will rehearse at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow evening. DAUGHTER IS BORN .Mr. and Mrs. Frank U. Candee are receiving tho congratulations of friends upon the birth, of a, daughter this morning at Allen Maternity home. Tho little girl, the first child In tho family, has been named Marilyn Ij«c. The mother la the former Miss Mary Ambrose. Motion Pictures Discussed by Speaker; Pianist Pleases Committee Named to Plan "for Future - Musical Activities Here As a result of a conference held hero last night, between a. group of repre* tentative local music patrons, Arthur Manuel, west coast representative of the Civic Concert Service, the Bakersfield Musical Association may adopt the Civic Concert Service plan of fostering musical entertainment when activities of the local group are resumed. While the members of the. committee expressed 'themselves as being favorably Impressed by the plan, which provides an optional 'concert aeries without guarantee demands rrom the local organization, It was Hie consensus that the time Is Inopportune, to reorganize locally. A local committee was appointed by Air. Manuel to meet with him nt a later date to Consider tho possibilities of launching n concert series some time In the future. Tho committee members named Include Mrs. Hugh Jewett, Mrs. Harry Thomas, Mrs. Thomas McManus; Miss Cornelia Hall; J. K. Thrasher, Harold Burt, and David Urner. Mr. Manuel explained that tho Civic Concert. Service Is a plan that la now operating In 257 cities in the United States and has proved most soccessful in communities the size of Bakersfleld. The service means the organization of a local audience with dues of {5 'for adults and $2.50 for students, and guarantees at least three concerts by nationally known artists. Most communities have courses of four concerts, however. As the service Is representative of no single bureau, tho choice of artists Is not curtailed and Is a matter purely optional with tho local committee which arranges the series. The local organization would be county-wide In scope, Mr. Manuel explained and he pointed to the success of a similar organization In Tulare which la now operating In Its second year. The service originated In the east tl years ago as an Ideal of Miss Demn 13.. Harshbarger and was brought to the Pacific coast two years ago. W ITH Technocracy as a new economics philosophy and with industry already .conceding shorter hours for labor, motion pictures will )Ioy a mori and more Important part In .the leisure time Interests of the masses, Mrs, Mark F. Jones, chairman of m<5tlon pictures for the California Federation of Women's Clubs, told the members of the Bakersfleld Woman's Club at a meeting held Monday afternoon. Mis* Dene 1 ;: Schluno- ger, artist pupil of Mrs. John Crolgh- ton, "appeared upon the program as pianist and won for herself a warm response from an audience that was Impressed with her poetic Interpretations. Mrs. Jones, who is a resident of South Pasadena, and a member of the reviewing committee that compiles recommended lists of motion pictures for distribution by the California Federation, said that due .to tho depression the public Is now shopping for Its pictures and demand- Ing knowledge beforehand as to value of what they are to see. Want Money'* Worth "We are looking for our money's worth," the speaker said In oxpla'ln- Ing how the committee Is working for program building of motion pictures to include not only a worth while feature but shorts and comedies tliat are Interesting and not offensive. The speaker characterized tho motion pictures as .one of the greatest modern motivating forces and predicted that in time motion pictures will largely replace charts and books In the educational field. She pointed out that all .the major women's organizations as well as the Boy Scouts and Y. M. P. N. Q. CHRISTMAS PARTY Gifts will bo exchanged and the annual Christmas party enjoyed when members of the Past Noble Grands' AsHOClatlon meet Thursday at 12:30 o'clock for a potluck luncheon at Odd Fellows hall. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Ilea Kent, Mrs. Kosa King, Mrs. T. M. Owens ,and Mrs. Fete Phelpa. C. A. aro co-opel'atfTiff in preparing ho recommended lists of films. She concluded her talk with a review of tomo of the present and forthcoming film releases. Mr*. Jones was presented by Mrs. K. W. Rich, program chairman for the afternoon. Mrs. nich also Introduced Miss Schluneeer. PlanUt Praised Miss Schlunsger presented a Scar- latti Sonata In O Arabennue No. 1 (Debussy), dottschalk's "The Last Hope" and Wondt's Vaiac Cllssando on the Black Keys. The pianist appeared at her best In the Debussy and Gottschalk numbers. . The unusual rhythmic pattern of the Debussy Arabesque- emerged with all Its delicate contours care'fully preserved, and the pianist revealed herself as being particularly artistically' sensitive to poetic values In the Gottschalk number. The yourig pianist has sound technique at her command as well as valuable interpretive perceptions. At the business meeting: at which Mrs. Nathan Strauss, president, presided, mid-year reports were presented. • Among thos« reporting were Mrs. J. H. Davis, treasurer; Mrs. W. R. Carter for the, finance committee; Miss Maude Metcalf, financial secretary, and Mrs. Webster C, Clarke, finance chairman. Mrs, Oscar Winding announced the ushers' dance to be held February 25, as a cabaret entertainment. Mrs. Theron Taber, chairman of the annual jinks committee, extended the Invitation to the members to attend the fete on January 23 tit the clubhouse. Tea was served by the hospitality committee hended by Mrs. P. J. Cuneo as chairman. Give Dinner Party at Haberf elde Home » DELANO, Jan. 10.—Mr. and Mrs. John M. Haberfelde were hosts to local and out-of-tojvn friends at dinner on Sunday at their Madison street home. Covers were laid for Mr. Haberfeldo's nephew, Robert Bchnldach of San Francisco, who was their week-end guest, Messrs, nnd Mesdames William J. Haborfelde, Leslie Haupt, and A. L. Hlckman, all of Bak- ersfleld, Mr. and ,Mrs. W. W. Simons of Delano and Mr. and Mrs. Haberfelde. P. T. A. MAKES QUILTS Six quilts have been made and given to the needy by Emerson P. T. A. as tho result of a succession of "quilting bees" held at tho homo of Mrs. Hugh Smith. Cotton ho-s been furnished through the generosity of a local cotton buyer. Kern Historical t Society Has Meet At a meeting of -the Kern County Historical Society held last night, reorganization plans were discussed. Alfred 'Harrell, president, conducted the session. , Those attending tho meeting proposed to form themselves Into a committee to contact members for a large meeting on January 23 when the annual business will be transacted. The session was held at the rest house on I street. CLUB TO MEET Missouri Club members will meet tomorrow nt tha home of Mrs. S. B. Hylton, DOS Thirty-third street, for a potlurk luncheon. Members are busy innldne quilts. All women who have evfir lived In Missouri are being bidden. ever star you see tonig HM TOPIC OF CLUBfEAKER Mrs. T. C. Austin Speaker Before Business Women at Dinner Meet Communism In Russia and IMS threats for the rest of th« world •wetd convincingly explained by Mrs. Thomas C. Austin, last nlsht, speaking before the Business and Professional Women's Club. Another speaker of tho evening was Miss Helen Hotmnnsperger of the Prevon- torluin nt Keene, and It was not uninteresting to contrast the .treatment of children In this country with inhuman child conditions In Soviet RUB- . sla, as illustrated In the two addresses. Mrs. Austin said In part. "Communism In a political organization; only 1,500,000-out of Russia's . 160,000,000 people ore Communists, but they hold the powjr. Thejr ai'b the destroyers of religions, home life and marriage as we know It. They talk disarmament, but encourage and, Increase, for Russia, a huge standing army. Tellt Children's Cains Mrs. Austin concluded her talk by Illustrations of inroads of Communism In America, bringing her remarks t» a local application. Miss Hetmansporger, who Js vice- president of the club, told of the building of the preventorlum four. years . ago In March, and the gaining of more than a ton of weight by the children* since that date. Forty-four children, tubercular prospects, but none of them with-active or Inactive pulmonary tuberculosis, are taken care of at the Institution at the present time. She showed pictures of the exterior « and interior of tho building, and pictures and charts of one of the chll- djen. ' Certain bylaws changes compatible with state and national affiliation, were adopted, upon representation by Miss Monte Bedwell. Miss Dorothy Donohoe announced a meeting of tho drama section for thta evening at 7 o'clock at the Women's Rest House on I street. Miss Beth Dye announced a meet- Ing of the book section February 8 at the Women's Rest House at . 8 o'clock with Mrs. Dwlght L. Claoke and,Mrs. Alfred Ames presenting reviews. Presents Report Minn Monte Bedwell presented a complete report on an amalgamation meeting of the state body In Fresno Sunday, attended by a. record crowd from all parts of California. Eight members were present from Bakers- Held. It la probable the next state convention will bo May 20 and 21 In San Jose, Miss Bedwell said. The national president, Mrs. Geltne McDonald Bowman, will be invited to visit the cen- 1 tral district in- Bakersfleld while on a I tour from the east, between the dates I of February 1 and February 10, It was I announced. • Mrs. Frank Johrtdrow, pT"«Wdent, announced that open house will be held soon ut her home, and Invited all members to attend. Miss Shirley Swlnk, chairman of a card party January 13, announced tin: ufi'alr, open to tho public at the Ma- sonlo temple, and said that a committee meeting will bo held Wednesday. * Souvenir calendar*, made by the president, were distributed as favors. The national colors of green and yellow were used In decorating the banquet hall of Masonic temple last evening-. notice her marvelously Youthful Ctomplexion THEY KNOW THE SECRET OF KEEPING YOUTHFUL CHARM ?*-*< v*^ Why don't you guard your skin the Hollywood way? S CREEN STARS have such exquisite skin! They know their complexions must be lovely if they are to win—and hold —hearts by the thousands. "To be alluring you must guard complexion beauty," they declare. "We use Lux Toilet Soap." Kay Francis, lovely Warner Brothers' star, guards her beautiful complexion with this fine white soap. "Lux Toilet Soap keeps the skin always soft and smooth," she says. Whichever star you see tonight, notice how alluring her smooth skin is. Is your skin as lovely —as tempting? Why don't you try Hollywood's The Beauty Soap of the Stars Lux Toilet Soap— SUCH UNRIVALED WHITE favorite beauty care—use the gentle, inexpensive soap that keeps the stars' priceless complexions always youthful! 9 out of 10 Scre&t Stars use it Of the 694 important Hollywood actresses, including all stars, actually 686 use Lux Toilet Soap regularly. All the great film studios have made it their official soap. Begin today to let this fragrant white soap work wonders for your complexion! "Youthful Skin is Important. . . We Uie LUX Toilet Soap" ' Conatanc* Curaminft* Lorctt* Vouna Werner Bro«. Sidney tot Bette DMte WunMfBro*. Judii* R.K.O. I RECENT BIRTHS ' t } .$> . .>> Mr. nnd Mrs. Dennis W. Farrls, son, f Dennis William, December 30. Mr. and Mr.s. W. C. Uibnon, daughter,-January i. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Pfalzgraf, daughter, Donna Lee, January 1. f Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Coolbaugh, son, William Martin, January 1. Mr. and Mrs. James P. ClaybaUgh, son, Glen Edward, January 1. . TO MEET TONIQHT Mrs. HoKe Bertram of Venice, grand president, will pay a visit later In th« week, probably Thursday, to Mathilda LIchteriBtelM Auxiliary, it has been announced. Members will meet tonleht nt S o'clock at B'nal Jacob hull, with Mrs. I. Ikenberg, president, conduot- Ing an Important business session.* January Clearance Starts Tomorrow Every dress In stock . . ." street, sport and dinner, goes on sale. Also a few knitted suits. Sale prices good as long us dresses last. $15 and $16.50 Dresses $7.50 .$9.75 and $12.50 Dresses $5.00 A Few $5.50 Dresses $2.95 Open Evenings Until S Sybffle Dress Shoppe 524 Flower Street East Bakersfleld HOARDED GOLD W* MV <»h fur yiur (14 unuwkl* 1*14 in- flry or ««»UI uld. Utt awful Mlvt I* ytur UMliw urui »f. yrulwi Mtul. THE WICKER6HAM CO. Corner Nlr)«t«enth and I Street* We Oe Hot Entity Outildt 8»ll(Jt»r» - »tf V • .

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