The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 12, 1933 · Page 13
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 13

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, January 12, 1933
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFOR&IAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1933 13 .SEQUOIA CIRCLE SEATSfFJCERS Mrs. Ingham Assumes Post of Guardian Neighbor; Mrs. Davis Talks Before a large audience of members and friends, Sequoia Circle No. 300, Neighbors of Woodcraft, In- spilled Its officers for the ensuing year recently^ Mrs. jean Wells, pact guardian neighbor, an-ted as Installing officer, assisted by Mrs. Edna McNaughtori, Mrs. Frances Nations and Mrs. G. IS. Davis. Those Installed were Mrs. Odessa Klzzlar, past guardian neighbor; Mrs. Lily Ingham, guardian neighbor; Miss Daisy Austin, advisor; Mrs. Ella Ltehtncr. clerk; Mrs. Kate Phillips, banker; Mrs. Mae Moon, Mrs. Joso Goodwin and Mrs. I-Iattle Starr, managers; Mrs, Lucy Mlnter, magician; Mrs. Jessie Stokes, attendant;' Mrs. AMco Smith, inner sentinel; Miss Edna Edwards, outer-sentinel; Mrs. Frances Nations, captain of guards; Mrs. Alice Lester, flag bearer: Mrs. Mary Hampson, musician: Mrs. Palma Black, press correspondent; and Mrs. Vernle Sprague, senior guardian. Guards Assist The guards, captained by Mrs. Frances Nations, aided In the Instal- Jatlon with ceremonial floor work. The guards were Mtsfes Frances Droul- llard, Agnes Droulllard, Lois Zimmerman, Madeline Klzzlar and Mesdames Marie Carl, Ivy Borgwardt, Sadlo Johnson and Lola Oldaker. . Mrs. Wells was presented with a past guardian's jeweled pin by Mrs. Ingham, on behalf of the circle. Mrs. Wells .presented her assistant Installing officers with gifts. Mrs. G. E. Davis of Denver, Colorado, Woodcraft organizer, gave a talk on the order, which was followed by a musical program. Oood. Program The numbers were; Trumpet solo Miss Georgia Hesson, accompanied a 1 the piano by Mlsa Madeline Casselman; two vocal selections by Joe Oldaker, accompanied by Mrs. Mary B.•Hampson; piano solo, Miss Madeline Casselman. General dancing followed, with mu sic furnished by Moynler's orchestra. %'he Neighbors ;are announcing a card party devoted to five hundred at the Woodman hall Tuesday, January 17, with Mrs. Myrtle Weaber as chairman. *-•-• Members of 50-50 ClubJSnjoy Party Dancing was enjoyed and refreshments were served when the 50-60 club entertained members' and friends at a party Tuesday night. Miss Clairo Clerou was In charge of arrangements. A meeting wns held last evening at tho K. C. hall at 7:30 o'clock. . <$>Desert Motif Is Chosen for Next B. P. W. C. Party A deiert motif will be developed at a card party of the Business and Professional Women's. Club January 18 as the result of plans made'last night at a meeting of the committee at the home of the chairman, Miss Shirley Swlnk. The party, to be devoted to bridge, will be open to the public. It will be held In the card rooms of the Masonic temple. Five prizes will be awarded. Another committee session Is planned for early next week. • Meeting with Miss Swlnk were the Misses Leona. Klovdile, Hazel Mills, Dorothy Lynn, Alice Stauss and Zlta Fujan and Mrs. Florence Tracy and Mrs. Qussle McKlntey. WOODMEN HOLD ANNUAL RITES Dodcnhoff Takes Chair Consul; Plans Made for Mock Trial as Dramatics Club of Taft in Competition TAFT, Jan. 12.—A one-act tragedy, Colin Clements' "Across tho Border," will be presented by the Taft Union High School Dramatics Club, headed by Rallegh Borell, at the San Joaquin valley one-act tournament at Fresno j State College, Friday. Twelvo schools In the San Joaquin valley are taking part In this contest. The cast Includes Keith Bright a.s Ed Hopper: Virginia Llsman as Mrs. Hopper, and ArVIn Schllcten as Frank Henderson. These students have figured In many successful plays and aro well known for their acting ability. Mr. Borrell has directed many play.i which have all won the approval of their many audiences. R. A. Dodenhoff was Installed as venerable consul of Bakersfleld Camp No. 8013, Modern Woodmen of America, at recent ceremonies at the Moose hall. William E. Collins actod as Installing consul and M. J. Delanty as installing escort. Mr. Collins presented a brief history of the 50 years of tho organization's existence; the order was founded January D. Short talks wero presented by tho officers, also. Two vocal selections wero given by Miss Madrid Rogers, accompanied at tho piano by Mrs. Edna Rogers. Preparations wero furthered for a mock trial In connection with tho next regular meeting, Tuesday, January 17. Those installed besides Mr. Dodon- hoff were John B. Dowd, esteemed past consul; L. A. Dow, worthy adviser; W. V. Shaul, camp clerk; E. A. Jeffs, excellent banker; J. H. Clack, escort; Dr. O. P. Goodall, physician; C. II. Shepard, watchman: Kyrlo Dowd, sentry; J. D. Arney, I. W. Fleo- nor and F. A. Lofton, trustees. LOCAL P. T. A. INTENTIONS TO WED Charles E. Dees, 22, Tularo, and Helen A. McGlnty, 21, Vlsalla. Rufus H. Dodd, 25, and Ruby M. Harrison, 22, both of Coalinga. Homesteaders to Install Tomorrow Installation of officers will tako place when, the Homesteaders Life Association convenes Friday night at tho K. of P. hall on Lake street. Elective officers are C. V. Redeon, president; Harold Huntloy, vice-president; and Mrs. Margaret 13. Vineyard, secretary. Other officers will be apolnted by the president. Preceding the ceremonies, there will be a 6:30 o'clock dinner. Junior College Women of Valley to Rally, April 8 S CORES of junior college women from all parts of the San Joaquin | valley will meet In Bakersfleld Satur| day, April 8, the date set for the spring I convention of Associated Women Stu- 1 dents, according to announcement today by Mrs. Hazel Aldrlch, adviser of the Bakersfleld Junior College chapter. Tentative plans for the valley meet were formed last fall at Porter- vllle, during the Central California Junior College Association Conference, b'nt the date was left open until the present. T,he local Women's Athletic Association will serve jointly with members of the Associated Women Students as hostesses to the visiting delegations. Taft, Vlsalla, Keedley and Portervllle, as well as Bakersficld, will be represented. Though still Incomplete, plans for the day include a program of athletic events In the morning hours, under management of tho W. A. A., -while a ijfall; 'TDEALS" was the .subject on which J. the Franklin P. T. A. study group centered their discussion, at Wednesday's afternoon meeting. It was gen- rally concluded that our physical and mental Ideals have advanced greatly during the last 20 yearn, but that our spiritual Ideals have been neglected. Mrs. H. J. Culllngton, presiding chairman, urged that the spiritual Ideals bo .developed In our children first, and that physical and mental Ideals be developed In conjunction. It was also brought out that parents must live their lives according to the Ideals which they want their children to attain. .Proving of much Interest to the mothers and also giving them much food for thought, was a report read by Mrs. C. Harris, principal, giving tho traits which the fifth and sixth grade pupils admired most In their parents. Mrs. Harris also read a report turned In by the teachers, recommending certain traits which they felt needed further development by parents. Mrs. H. B. Davis, Jr., presided at the regular business meeting at which various committee reports were heard. It was reported that Franklin P. T, A. has 65 members to date. L, E. Chenoweth's monthly message was read by Mrs. Caroline Harris. Mrs. C. S. Compton, spiritual chairman, read tho poem, "Kindness," by Edgar Guest. The third grade orchestra presented the musical program, which was well received by tho members. The meeting closed with a social half hour, tea being served, with Mesdames Elmer Condley, It. J. Cul- llngton, C. S. Compton, L. C. Miller, and Charles Mathews, acting as hostesses. > Tho regular P. T. A. meeting was held Wednesday at Union Avenue School with Mrs. Earl Sllnkard presiding, and a fine program on "World Peace" theme was also presented. At a short business meeting, a motion was passed to hold the "founders' day" program and fathers' night simultaneously, In February. The P. T. A. picture was awarded Mrs. Minnie Wooslcy's room for having the most mothers present. After tho business meeting, tho "world peace" program was held. Mrs. N. Slaughter gave- a reading on "World Peace," by Kathleen Norris. Tho following school children took part in a. playlet entitled, "In Radio Land." Radio fan, Herman Cornelson; radio announcers, Rowen Hall, Stanley Alexander and Keith Berger. Foreign countries wore presented as follows: France, "Marseilles," sung by Marthl Weder; Denmark, talk by Mary Ellen Slaughter; Spain, Spanish song by Mary Urlzalqul; Sweden, talk by Keith Berger; India, poem by Beverly Germany, German song by Miss Olive Pope, Intermediate grade teacher, who made a trip around tho world recently, gave an Interesting talk on her part of the exhibit, explaining where each article came from and how It was made. Miss Anno Maude Anderson, rural art supervisor, generously loaned some of her rare art collections. Members of tho P. T. A. contributing toward the success of tho exhibit were Mrs. A. Flint, Mrs. K. Bergcr, Mrs. N. Slaughter, and Rowen Hall, the lattor having a large, rare collection of spoons. Refreshments wero served by Mrs. F. O. Cratidall, Mrs. Lllllo Hooking, Mrs. Earl Sllnkard and Mrs. L. J. Banks. Mrs. R. Algler was the winner of tho door prize. Tho fathers' council and tho mid- month discussion class of Kern County Union High School Parent Teacher Association will hold their regular meeting on Tuesday oveiiltii?, January 17, at 7:30 o'clock In the music build- Ing. All parents of high school students aro Invited to attend. Benefit Dinner Is Planned by Class Finns for a 8:30 o'clock dinner In the enrly futuro for tho boneflt of the church building fund, were nuido by Marythn clasp of First Baptist church fit u .leRxInn In tho utility room of tho church Tuesday evening. Tho dnto will bo announced soon. During 11 short social hour games were played: a contest wns won by Mrs. Mary Moore. Birthday anniversaries wore celebrated for Mesdameft Bertha Wilson, A. C. Foley, Mary Moore, J. D. Page, Fred Karpe, Blanche Kohnl and Miss Cordelia Wilson, n houseguest of Mrs. Foley, from Los Angeles. BOYS ORGANIZE DRILL AT SHAFTBR, Jan. 12.—A boys' drill corps, tho first of its kind In Shatter, Is being organized by P. L. Arnold. Tho boys come from al! tho classes In school. So far they have learned the facings and other fundamentals of drill. The purpose of this work Is to teach more erect carriage and bettor personal appearance. The group plans to perform the ceremony of raising the flag. This will be the first time the high school flag has been formally raised. general session and a program of en- Barbara Bunting; China, song, "Ming ,___*_,„, _* . .-, i _« Tnv " hv "Rlnlsft TTpnnincr! Srntlann. tertalnlng stunts, under auspices of the A. W. S., will be held in the afternoon. Miss Victoria Achln, president of the W. A. A., and Miss Isabelle Hanawalt, president of the A. W. S., are assisting Mrs. Aldrlch In'arrang- ing for the convention. GHT LIGHTS Toy," by Elolse Henning; Scotland, song, "Blue Bells of Scotland," by Sheila McLean and Marian Banks; apan, song by Betty Colborn and Ruth Dennis; Italy, accordion selections by Mildred Prunotto; Holland, Dutch dance by Fairy Chafln and Helen Berger; spirit of radio, Ruth Rolls. Songs of the southland were given y Walter Dennis on his harmonica. The play closed by entire cast slng- ng the song, "Peace, Peace," and 'Star-Spangled Banner." In connection with the world peace irogram an exhibit was held conslst- ng of articles coming from the four ooints of the earth. Taft Bethel Plans for Coming Events TAFT, Jan. 12. — Taft Bothel, No. 38, Job's Daughters, mot 'in the Masonic temple with Ml?a Barbara Montigel, honored queen, presiding. This was tho first meeting for the new officers. Several visitors, mothers and friends of the members, were [jresent. The honor of escort was ;lven Misses Lucille Lewis and Jeanne Potter, past honored queens of tho bethel. Plans were made for tho official Visit to Mrs. Thclla M. Bachcldcr, grand- guardian of the Job's Daughters of California. This event will take place at the next meeting, Januar 21, and will be preceded by u ii o'clock dinner in honor of tho guest. This dinner will be served by tho members of Tnft Chapter, No. 337, Eastern Star, with Mrs. Huth Ross as chairman. Only members of the bethel and those receiving invitations may attend, but all Eastern Stars, thi)i;o eligible to Eastern Star membership, MUEOIIS and parents of Job's Daughters, are cordially Invited to attend tho session, which will open at 7:30 o'clock. Tentative plans were made for a dinner-dance to be given in the near future. A cake sale will bo held Saturday, beginning at 10 o'clock, at tho Spuhr building on Center street. The proceeds of this sale will go to the grand council as the contribution of the local bethel to the educational fund. Following tho meeting TI social hour was spout In tho banquet halll where refreshments were served. Pastor Called by FordjCity Parish TAFT, Jan. 12. — Calvary Missionary Baptist Church In Ford City has culled Elder Dud G. Poynor as supply pastor. Tho church has been without u pastor for some months. Brother Poynor occupied tho pulpit for several weeks. The first Sunday three wero j received and one UH a candidate for I baptism. The second Sunday one was ' received ua u candidate and three I worn baptised. The young people of the I'hun-h have Increased as well as the Juniors, with large attendances at both morning and evening services. Brother Poynor resides at 710 Buchanan street a-nd 4s ready at all times to offer his .service to those In need. Beginning Saturday, January 14 in Miss Griswold Aids Educational Board DELANO, Jan. 12.—Miss Nettie OrlHWold of this city, member of tho Kern County Board of Education, spent Tuesday in Bakersfleld, assist- j Ing with county examinations given to applicants for teacherH' certificates. Mi-n. Clarence ,1. Roupe substituted for Miss OrlBWold in her classroom on Tuesday. Miss Grlswold will also spend Saturday at. tho county scat concluding the, work of 'tho county board hi these examinations. SPRING MAGIC tv Nelly D 'on ... is wrought in this presentation of frocks! Here are decidedly low priced frocks . . . swept by the ingenious Nelly Don out of the realm of the commonplace into distinction by the sheer force of their authoritative chic, their lovely casual lines and textures, their radiant colors and exquisite details. Offered for your selection just at the moment when your wardrobe craves an addition of new and colorful frocks. Sizes from twelve to forty-four. 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