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\ THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1933 SOCl ICE SEATSOFFIGERS Sunset Temple nncl Knights of Pythias Install at Eagles' Hall Forty members, Including guests from Delano temple, Monroe temple of Bakersflold and < Haven temple ot San Francisco, attended ceremonies last night when the annual Installation of officers *as held l>y Sunset Temple Nb. 16 and Kern Lodge No. 76, Knights of Pythlns. Tho rites were conducted ut Knglcs hall, corner of Seventeenth and a streets, following' - a. regular meeting of each organization. Mrs. Helen Koch Installed' for the Sisters, assisted by Mrs. Kthol Smet- ner, grand manager nnd Mrs. Drusllla Knlloch, grand senior. Thoso seated were Mrs. Adelaide Burnell, post chief; Mrs. Kate Phillips, most excellent chief; Mrs. Mildred Winters, excellent senior; Mrs. Dolores Munschy, excellent Junior; Mrs. Frnn- cbs Sorensen, manager; Mrs. charlotte Shaw, mistress of records and correspondence; Mrs. Myrtle Dcahlll, mistress of finance; Mrs. Doris Munschy, protector, and Mrs. Edna Hornung, guard. .Albert Deablll,'deputy grand chancellor, acted as Installing officer for the men's order, assisted by F. R. Ktilloeh, grand master at arms, and J. A. Goodall, grand prelate. 1 Those Installed were Albert Deablll, past chancellor commander; Earl Shaw, Sr., chancellor commander; Alfred Munschey, vice-Chancellor commander; Thomas Antrim, master of finance; Robert Gregory, keeper of records and seals; Ernest White, master of exchequer; Albert Munschey, prelate; J. W. • Culllton, master at arms; Harry Lochtner, Inner guard, rind F. G. Dlllesh»w, outer guard. ^Installing officers, new officers and Ike musician for the temp". ' were presented with corsages of sweet peas. Stag Dinner Is Attended by 40 Delta Sigma Men Delta Eta chapter of the DelU Slonia fratarnlty sponsored 'a dinner 'party at the Pink Elephant cafe on I street, attended by 40 members reoently, The rooni wa* decorated with the fraternity 'colors of blue and white nnd the emblem adorned one end of the banquet hall'. Joe Goodwin was chairman of . arrangements. Talks were made by MoCall Sisson, Clyde Zuvar, George Premo, Wallace Beardsley . and Doctor Wlllard Kamprath. P. N. G.S SELECT . TERWCUTIVES Mrs'. Rea Jane' Kent was elected president when the Past Noble Grands of the Rehekah Lodge met at the I. O. O. F. hall yesterday. Others chosen wera;Mrs. Nita. Stnnton, vtco-prosl- dcnt;' Mrs.' dlartys Owens, chaplain; Mrs. Georgia Deeds, treasurer" and Mr«. Sadlo Williams, secretary. The term Is for six months. Installation Is scheduled for January 26 at the Odd Fellows hall. Mrs. J. A. Keeno of Eureka was a special guest yesterday. Noted Baptist Leaders Are Speakers at Conference K. C. TO BE HOSTS * TAFT, Jan. 13.—The Knights of Columbus will sponsor the weekly card party at St. Mary's hall tonight at 8 o'clock. Bridge an'd whist will bo played and eight prizes will be given to , winners. Refreshments' will be served. A new heating system Is being installed In the hall. J. F. Carrol, C. E. Black and I.. Eggert comprise the committee In charge. Exquisite Permanent Waves Charmingly Styled to Your Individuality! Complete ! Guaranteed ! Genuine Croquignole Permanent With Deep, Lovely Waves and Ringlet Ends ! Only Nursery. Characters Are Most Prominent; (jftunes, Dancing, Program Enjoyed Reincarnation of the noted clan of nursery characters, Little Bo-Peop, Hans nnd Qretol, Simple Simon and all the rest of them, took place at the Girls' Reserve party held In the high school gymhaslum last night, when.the Junior-senior triangle.was hostess to the sophomore and freshman groups. More than 50 persons, all In coslumo, wore In attendance. , Prizes Awarded Miss Alleen Hirst, dressed as Tom Sawyer, won first prize for "boys" In the judging of costumes, and Miss Edna Goodrich, who appeared as simply a little girl, was awarded first prize for feminine-costumes. The evening was spent In a variety of enjoyable games and dancing. An Informal program was presented by members of the different triangles. Miss Sally Dlgler, a visitor, gave a number of readings and Miss Marbara Schmidt appeared In a tap' dance. ThosQ In 'attendance, from the freshman group, were Misses Susanna Amell, Viola Bennett, Alice Clerou, Dorothy Dodson, Ruth Tedrow, Freda W.ttts nnd Mary Gulney, and Miss Orpha Mao Barnes, faculty adviser. From the sophomore triangle were MlH.ses Betty Bonesteol, Olive Braun, Edna Degan, Oma Dlxon. Claude Dobhs, THdnn Goodrich, Alleen Hirst, Mary Martin, Florence Rork, Emma Sandrlnl, Barbara Schmidt, Bernlce Williams, Winifred Hilton and Elolae Barnes, adviser. Others Present Junior-senior Girl Reserved present were Misses Irene Bolsseranc. Catherine Clerley, Virginia Dowdy, Frances JCmbrey, Clcnevlevo Gelmer, Evelyn Hall, Cecilia Holland, Jean Klrkpnt- rlck, Eleanor Krauter. Theresa Lamberson, Opal Lyons, Marian Morteli- son, Geraldlno Murphy, Rachel McKee, Avis Overman, lone Plnnell, Thelma Renz, Eleanor Slqueido, Mu! rlel Thlessen, Ruby Williams, Kath- I leen Hicks, Marian Robbtns. Nadnyne | Robinson, Marjorle Marmadukc, Ruth Healy, Dorothy Brlggs. Irene Brown and Edltha Howell, adviser. S EVERAL outstanding missionary nnd religious leaders were hoard as speakers today at the midyear missionary conferences of the First Baptist 'church. Tho parley b,egan this morning, continued this afternoon and an additional program Is scheduled for this evening. Tho Rev. F. O. Boldon, pastor, presided. The Rev. William O. Evans of Burma, who spo'<e this morning, la scheduled to talk again this evening, hla subject being "God's Power vs. Gandhi's Weakness." His topic this morning was .. "Adventuring With Christ In Burma." In the fall ,of, 11)21, Rev. and Mrs. Evans left the : ' pastorate of Trinity Baptist clfurch of Cleveland, Ohio, and •ailed for Burma In response to a ipeclal call from the English-speaking church of Moulmein, The chief task, :h,o preacher found, was that of mlnls- :erlng to the cosmopolitan group In the English-speaking church there. Racial Problem Tho special problems of mixed races confronted the Reverend Mr. ISvans, but before long the new missionaries also assumed responsibility Saturday, Monday LUSTRE OIL SOAPLESS SHAMPOO With Finger Wave or'Marcel: Revitalizes Hair and Scalp! 1 25 Ambre-OH $1.95 New-Art $2.95 Imperial $5.00 HENNA PACK Including Finger Wavo or Marcel! Choice of six. lovely shades. $1.00 ANY TWO: Finger .Wave, Shampoo, Hair Cut, Marcel, -Clean-up Facial, Arch or Man!- Rifts'* cure. WET ; STATE LICENSED OPERATORS! NOT A SCHOOL! Phone 5605 V OPEN 8 A. M. TO 8 P. M. Le Roy Gordon Beauty Salon 311 Hopkins Building The Family Shoe Store Orders PRICES SLASHED FOR QUICK DISPOSAL The Most Startling Sacrifice Ever Offered WOMEN'S STYLISH SHOES For All Occasions You'll never regret buying at least three pairs of these high-grade shoes for the price of one. The season's most outstanding styles In Suedes, Satins, Patents, Brown Kids. Black Kids, Reptiles, etc. All heels. Also a large variety of two. tone sport oxfords. Sizes 2!/ 2 to A to E. Values to $6.0Q NEW OFFICERS TAKE POSJSJP MEET SIIAFTER, Jan. 13.—New officers of the' Congregational Ladles' Aid conducted the first meeting of the year In the homo of Mrs. C. O. Llndqulst. Mrs. J. P. Harris began her term of president for 'the second consecutive time. The following officers .are now In their positions: Mrs. C. G. Llnd- qulst, vice-president; Mrs. T. Mettler, secretary, and Mrs. Elmer Chlndberg, treasurer. Plans were laid for the new year. After the business meeting, Mrs. H. L. Hetz read "Across the Border In Mexico," from the story of Congregational work In Mexico. Mrs. H. S. Hampton gave a reading, "The Parson's Conversion." Refreshments were served. The next meting will bo held February 9 at the homo of Mrs. E. G. Kolbenstetter. for the Mlzpah hall school and other Indian work, both In tho city and In Tavoy and Mergul to the south. Pastoral work among tho children of the English Girls' High School also fell to these workers, and tho All Burma orphanage had a shard In their at-' tentlon, too. The missionary workers also added to the secretaryship to tho Mission for Lepers In Moul- mein to their duties. Preaching Is done in Burmese; Tamil, Telugu and English. ' The Rev. Walter E. Woodbury, director, department of missionary cooperation of tho Southern California Baptist convention, was also a speaker this morning, leading tho devotional service, his sermon topic being, "Our Divine Hesorces." Tho Rev. Harry O. Anderson, evangelist of tho Southern California Baptist convention, spoke and conducted a conference on evangelism. Afternoon Meeting The moetlng.of association mlsson- ary committee.'and officers took place and reports were presented. A luncheori took place at 12:30 o'clock, served by tho women of tho church. Tho program this afternoon Included: Devotional service; "Tho Resource of Prayer," by tho Rev. Benjamin Gooflelcl of Santa Barbara; ad- "Responslbllltles on Home by tho Rev. Otto S.. Russell dress, Fields,' executive secretary of the southeri California Baptist convention; a eon- 'erence, "The Christian's Responslbll ty," by the Rev. Mr. Woodbury; con 'erence, "Responsibilities of Ou Women Fields," Miss Allene Bryan. Tho theme of the meeting 1 Is "The Christian's Rccources and Responsl bllitles." Miss BTyan, educational secretary o the Woman's American Baptist For elgn Mission Society, worjcs among college students 'With particular re uponslblllty In the foreign studen leld. Christian oriental young women from the Baptist mission stations ar< 1'eter McCart, Jr. Harold Ferguson Earl Simpson Louis Tedrow Jack Unger Ian Bridge Luncheon Gamma Kappa '.Phi sorority mem- era planned a bridge luncheon In onor of the 'ftxft chapter, January !), In the Spanish ballroom of Hotel :i Tejon. Fifteen girls are expected rom the West Side. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Cenneth Armlstead, Mrs. Clalr Mar- hlno and Mra. Earl Simpson. Tho foregoing committee also Is In :harge of arrangements for an an- iflal spring dance, an Invitational af- 'ulr of February 20 at StOckdale Coun- ry'Club. Current events were discussed last night by four of the chapter pledges, Miss Fay Dumble, Mlsp Alice Arp, Miss Evelyn Payno and Mrs. pearl .one. . . .... Miss Annanda Blanc InvlteJ. the girls to her home for their next session. ' • Members Include: Mcsdamos — Oran Sholar Kenneth Amis- lead Angus Gregor Clalr Marchlno Misses — Verrnl Allen Armanda Blanc Beatrice Emer- Elva Mao Stln- stm son Mildred Alvis * • • Mrs. Price Home Mrs. E. M. Price, 1620 G street, has returned from San Marino, where she -as been visiting her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. B, G-. Volgt. She was accompanied home by Mr. Volgt, for a visit of several days. '• Mrs. Shields Here Mrs. Hugh Shields of New York City has arrived for n visit of seveal months with her mother, Mrs. A. C, Maude, 2120 Chester Lane. Mr, Shields, her husband, Is a well-known eastern cartoonist, being associate! with the producers of the anlmatec cartoons of the Terry Tuned. FRATERNAL Canton and Auxiliary : Members of the Canton and Auxiliary, I. O. O. F., will meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the I. O. O. F. hall. '•<** Nurses' Caps Are Still Available Caps designated as the symbol of a eglsterert graduate nurse by the Cal- fornla Nurses' Association are still ivallable for local members, It was xnnounced today by Mrs. P. J. O'Meara, who reported they may be obtained at her home, 2331 Twenty- Irst street. Mrs. O'Meara, who served as regls- ,rar for the local bureau of nursing service which has 'been terminated lore, today expressed her apprecia- ,lon to the doctors, nurses, the hospitals and the commiinlty^whlch assisted; in--making iho liuroau' a success ' during th'e 5 years- ofi/'lts existence. Mrs. O'Meara donated her own time to the work, furnishing a 24- tiour service. ^ • under her America. care while studying In } ANNUAL EVENT V. O. W. Units Install Staffs; Drill Team Assists; Fine Program Presen ted Officers were Installed In the pres- nce of 350 members and guests last Ight when Bakersfleld Camp No. 460 nd El Louise Camp No. 2, Woodmen f the World, held a public 'ceremony t the W. O. W. hall. Mrs. J. C. Trldlo of Frosno was the nstalllng officer, assisted by Mr. frldle. 13. P. Martin, deputy head onsul, of Los Angeles, was tho penker. George Borgwardt acted as oastmastcr. Tho commttto In charge arrangements Included Mrs. Jean Veils, Mrs. Mable Longacre, Mrs. Bessie Swar^z, George A. Morris, George W. Borgwardt and John Can- a.day. Tho drill team conducted the floor vork In pleasing fashion, and a program was presented, Including dance selections by Mrs. Rivera Rossi's pu- ills, Adeline Stepp, toe dancer; Joan :,ongacre, acrobatic dancer; Olive Bnr- hatn, classic dancer. Miss Stepp added j. tap selection. Other numbers were: Piano solo, Mrs. Myrtle Whltson; steel guitar numbers, Charles Howard and others and trumpet solo, Barbara Shomate. Mrs. Lela Scott -was the pianist of the evening. Those Installed for the women's order were: Miss Klste White, past consul commander; Mrs. Lulu Smith, consul, commander; Mrs.'Pearl Apperson adviser-lieutenant; Miss Edna Anderson, banker; MTss Wanda Gleason clerk; Mrs. Myrtle Akers, escort; Miss Edith Anderson, watchman; Miss Ed-» ria Edwards, sentry, and Mrs. Lela Scott, manager. The officers of Camp No. 460 for tho new term Include K. C. Longacre, pas consul commander; R. O. Mathls, adviser-lieutenant; B. L. Marble, banker G. A. Morris, clerk; H. G. Anson, es. cort; W. Swnrtz, watchman; E. Akers sentry, nnd G. W. Borgwardt, man ager. * • * LODGE ELECTS OFFICERS Eugene P. Greene was elected ex altod ruler of Good Will Lodge, No 325, Improved Benevolent Protectlv! Order of Elks nt a recent meeting. Past exalted ruler G. L. Howard presided. Others elected were Claude Ellison esteemed leading knight; E. E. Grlggs esteemed loyal knight; Carl Shelton esteemed lecturing knight; G. W Cooksle, tyler; William Small, Inne guard; C. Plttman, "esquire; H. C Warren, secretary; B. G. Russell treasurer; G. L. Howard, N. Campbe! and G. W. Cooksle, trustees. Mr Greene succeeds Q. Coutln as exaltei ruler. Past Dictators' Night Observed Tonight by Moose QUEEN WILL BE CHANGE DATE AND PLACEJF MEETING The Women's Missionary Soclet; of First Presbyterian Church, whlcl was to have met at the residence o Mrs. C. H. Landes January 19, ha been obliged to change the date t Friday evening, January 20 and wl convene at the church parlors. The program will be In charge o the Friendly Class, which Is combtn Ing Its regular monthly party with th session. The Missionary part of th evening's program will be held a usual with the devotlonals in charg of Mrs. Hugo Fisher. Games will follow and refreshment will be served. The Business and Professions Women's Auxiliary Is being cordially Saturday all day at R. K. Johnson FOOD SALE SATURDAY Circle No. 3 of Trinity Methodls Church will sponsor a cooked food sa' invited. | grocery store. Dictators' night will be Observed by Bakersfleld Order of Moose at Its meeting tonight, An unique program has been prepared In the form of a radio broadcast and those In charge have promised that some of the most famous stars of th« air will be heard. The progr«nv It being kept as • surprise. Sam Dye Is In charge of arrangements for the evening that will also be reminiscent of the early days of the organisation. DE HAYS PLAN FOR VALLEY FETE Local Youths to Be Hosts at Event, January, 28; Election Slatect ' Much of Inst night's meeting of Bakorsfleld chapter of Do Molny was devoted to plans for a valley nnsocla- lon dance at the local Masonic temple, January 28. This will bo an In- ormal affair, open to the public, with mule furnished by un eight-piece or- hestrn. All chapters of the San Jc quln valley arc being Invited. In charge of arrangements are Lawrence Elwood, Phil White Charles Shaw, Reginald Lenhart and Jack Gilbert. At last night's meeting, presided over by Robert Strauss, master councilor, the first degree was planned for Thursday night nncl the second degree the following evening. Election will be held February 2 and Installation the following Thursday night. On February 11, a valley meeting will take place at Fresno, to which delegates Include Hobert Strauss, Charles Shaw, Phil White, Asa Meu dell, Jr., and Leo Schmidt. Fred Neergaard was 'appointed oi the De Molay advisory board, of whlcl A. Y. Meudell Is chairman. INTENTIONS TO WED Lawrence Sylvia, 35, and Eva Ma Glllln. 18, of Wasco. John V. Allen. 28, Ventura, and Go neva F. Uldwell, 19, Oxnard.. Joseph T. Plezana, 22, Bakcssflftld ahd Cora M. Finn, 18, Los Angeles. William George Arnold, 26,' Avena and Hazel F. Mlchaelsen. 20, Taft. George W. Womack, 22, and Audre L. Brewer, 18, McFarland. Roger W. Snow, 21, and Vera O. Us sery. 17, Bakersfleld. Richard C. McMotrls, 21, and R. V Mnrle Evans, 20, Keeler. - >cnt Sponsored by Church to Be Held Saturday Night at Hall To preside over the annual gold anrt reen ball of tho Church of the Later^day Saints, Saturday night at fogies hall, a queen will be elected, •"hose nominated are Mlss.,Mary In- rahnm, Miss Hare) LanCy and Mfts I%rlo Call. Mrs. Edna Cole Is chair- , nan of-thin phase of tho evening. E.- j. Taylor and Roy Oakle are on the general committee -on arrangements, .ml Herman Ocherblne- Is chairman if refreshments.. Decorations will be n the prevailing colors ot gold and freen. A canopy will be provided for he queen. She will be regally robed n costume and crown. Tho church orchestra, .augmented or Iho occasion, will furnish muslo. A special foaturo will bo the. appearance of Bert Easley's Jazz Sables,- tap dancers from 8 to 10 years of age. In this ensemble. are Ted Hand, Charlotte Rutherford, Mozelle Holmes, Evelyn Lewis ; and Peggy ErlckHon. They are .accompanied at tho piano by Miss Mary L«e-wls. Cards, serpentine and confetti will ! provided In abundance. Tho annual gold nnd green ball \a held throughout the Jurisdiction of * the Mormon church, at this season. SLATED FOR Bakersfleld will have a leadership training school January 30 to February 4, with classes every evening from 7 to 9 o'clock, under auspices of the Community Council of. Religious Education, It was announced today. To complete plans, there will he a meeting Monday evening at First Baptist Church at 6:30 o'clock, with a potluck supper. C. M. Johnson, Kern county probation officer will speak; prereglstratlon Is planned, and a ftic- ulty will be announced. The Rev. John Murdoch, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, is president of the council; the committee, In charge for the training school Includes Carl Miller, chairman; C. A. Saint, Mrs. A. G. Borst, Mrs. O. M. Armstrong, Mrs. Charlotte David and Mrs. C. C. Haworth. Leadership training for Sunday school teachers and those Interested in other departments of church work will be available from leaders In the field of religious education, Including Dr Jesslo Lee Corley, of the Methodist board In Los Angeles, and Dr. H. B. Mather, also of Los Angeles, and many others. Tho sessions will be held at Flrst^ Baptist Church. PARTY ENJOYED TAFT,' Jan. 13.—Mrs. George Steware entertabnod'.u group of frletjds last evening at her. home oh Lucard street. Brldeo was played and'prizes awarded to Mrs. Jack Toon and; Mrs. Joe Free. Refreshments were served at a late hour. ••.-•>• Guests of , Mrs. Stewart- .included Mesdames JacW Toon, Joe Free, Walter; M. Keene, Charles Sherertz, Robert Guthrlc, Dan C. Sl)l and Clyde Trommel. $1.00 Fiancee Face Powder . . 69c 50c Day Dream Men's Shoes Men, here's the chance you've been waiting for: Snappy oxford models of the better grades In black or brown calfskin, grain and plain leathers. 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