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THE BAKERSF1ELD CALlFORNlAiS', SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1933. SOC1 Mrs. Hancock to Mend Stale, Convention Committee; at Board Meeting Mrs. Andrew Hnncook. president of seventh district, California Congress of Parents nnd Teachers, wns appointed by Mrs. Wllllnm .1. Tin yes of Burllngame. stntc president, to take charge of credentials nnd registry at. the next state convention to be held In Long Bench, May S. Mrs. Hanrock was In attendance at the state board meeting held Tuesdny nnd Wednesday at the Plaza hotel In Hollywood and In expected home to- dny. Mrs. J. T. Faber, state chairman of extension In Iho grnde schools, returned to Bnkersfleld yesterday. Fundamental principles and policies underlying the state-wide program Compiled by Mrs. A'esta Muohlelsen, of San Diego, school education chairman, upon which nil legislative action of the California Congress of Parents and Teachers will lie based were iiclopted. Approve Principles The principles enunciated included such resolutions as follows: indura- tion shall be the first business of the state: foes for higher education shall not be referred buck to county or district budget*: the ntntc board of education and tlir stnte superintendent of public Instruction shall be' fren from political control: an ndciiimtc program •>f adult education. Including parent education, shall be cnntlnwd. Altar Society | Elects Officers ; at Recent Meet | Officers were elected at the last meeting of the St. Francis Catholic Church Altar Society. Mrs. Myrtle O'Donohue was named as president to succeed Mrs. J. J. Heffernan. Mrs. C. L. Moore was named first vice-president; Mrs. Henry Maler, treasurer; and Mrs. E. A. Murdock, recording secretary. Plans were outlined for the year •and it was decided to hold monthly card parties instead of weekly events, Arrangements were also discussed for a St. Patrick's day dinner to be followed by a dancing and card party. The next party will be on January 26, a benefit card fete with prizes and refreshments. LEADERS FOR TWO APPAREL BUYER CHAJSONSTYLES Mrs. Latz Returns From Preview of Fashions in Los Angeles Bakersf ield Club Women to Hold Annual Frolic, Jan, 23 R fOow that spring Is Just around the corner women are Interested In what subtle changes In line, fabric or color will distinguish . tho "new" from the "now" In feminine apparel. Mrs. Henry Latz of I^atz's store has just returned from a buying trip and preview of spring styles; she Is preparing for a second sojourn In TJOS Angeles In a few days. The silhouette Is little disturbed; sleeves still have their own way. Tho shoulder line Is' highlighted, however, often with little pleats or short rnglan drops, she remarked today, adding, "Length Is nn Individualized thing this spring, both longer and shorter skirts being chosen by smartly garbed women. "Rnutrh. crinkly silk crepes are good, with Metelnsse outstanding In tho better suits and dresses. Checks nnd rough weaves In tho woolens are really chic and pastel Jerseys are flattering EPRESSION nnd depression will be forgotten and full expression \vlll bo given to fun when tho annual high gets under way on Monday, January jinks of tho Bakersfield Woman's Club 1!3, judging from the plans outlined to- 1 day by Mrs. Theron Tabor, general i chairman, for a rollicking, fast-stepping "Follies of 1933." Famous radio and stage stars hnve been signed for appearances at tho club that night, a world-famous orchestra i will • be on hand, nnd oven Odrl hVIlnwu mS.I RoK,,l.-ol,o nn(1 'llKtlngulshed, being particularly UUU I UJOWb ailU UeDCkallh R mnrt In thfi vmithfnl costumes. Among measures the proposed legislative the congress declared Its approval of maintaining the present system of rural supervision; the present proviBlon for continuation education: Is in fnvor of the maintenance of the high standard of California education nnd believes that this may be accomplished at the same time that necessary economics "re Instituted. Mrs. Susan B. Dorsey, formerly superintendent of the Los schools, was the speaker. Tells Difficulties Angeles Seat Officers at Joint Ceremonies Here Auspicious beginning for the new term was enjoyed last evening by Odd Fellows of the community when Kern Lodge, No. 202, Bakersfield Lodge, No. 440, and Bakersfield Re- bckiih Lodge, No. 47, at tho t. O. O. F. hall when officers were seated for six months at joint ceremonies. Throe hundred members attended, Including tho officers, P. C. Anderson, past grand master of Arizona; Mrs. Anna Hull, past president of Minnesota; C. L. Helms of Marlcopa, district deputy grand master of district No. 75; Mrs. Margaret Guerin, of AVasco, district deputy president of district No. ,'lti; and visitors from Santa Maria. .Marlcopa, AVasco, Te- hachnpl, Kernvlllo nnd other places. Program Offered Mrs. Sylvia Rnmsoy presented a Mr« Dorsev told of the difficulties I P'" n o solo and Mrs. Marie Brown, a encountered "in the dnys when the ™"»""^- """hnUni, •• Tmi^ '.•ity council determined the school appropriations. How nt the opening of srhools n superintendent could not tell as to number of teachers that might b<> employed or what type of class work could be undertaken. She told t>t how the first session with the teachers was usually n report of cut approbrlations. This condition IB what led to the constitutional provision, of $30 per pupil by the state duplicated by oMstrlct, nnd for the high school, 560 per pupil by state with equal provision by district. Mrs. Dorsey further affirmed that until such provision wns made, education did not progress. She further stated that should such condition return. It would be difficult to secure persons to serve as bonrd members. No one would be willing to assume a responsibility with no definite funds 'o carry on. smart In the youthful costumes. "New prints In the rough crinkly j weaves accent the early spring mode, pointing to another season of gaiety In colors, although many of tho figures are small with spirals, and conventional designs offering nn Intriguing fabric. "Afternoon nnd dinner dresses show n certain sumptuousness, mtiny with lace dyed to match tho silken materials, some with classic simplicity of line, mid all exemplifying a fine workmanship. "Colors favor the beige, yellow, blue, green, hyacinth and gray shades which have nlready crept Into the color spectrum. "Wo may predict a preponderance of smart tweed coats, and ensembles with jackets of varying lengths," she concluded. reading, "Rebekah." Talks were given by the officers; Mrs. BnngsburR was presented with a gift from the order, with Mrs. P. A. Murray mnk- ing a short talk of appreciation. Mrs. Dorothea Flndlay, past noble grand For Miss McFadyen In honor of Miss Wilma V. McFart- yen, whose wedding to Merlynn 3. Harvuot Is scheduled for February 7, Mrs. R. F. Redfern nnd Mrs. H. J. of the RebcknhH, was given her Jewel, i Redfern entertained at a mlscellone- TO BE REMEMBERED Preparations for n potluck luncheon at the home of Mrs. "Grandma" Louise Anderson, elderly Invalid who has been bedridden for several years, were made when Nnomi Circle of tho First Christian Church met nt the home of Mrs. Mateo Smith, SIS Qulncy street, recently. The affnlr will be held on the octogenarian's birthday anniversary. Through a novel device, a sum was collected for the church building fund. Refreshments were served by the hostess to the following members: The Reverend and Mrs. C. H. Itulme, :md Mesdames Floyd Agee, Harry Wilson, Lyle Bird, Theodore Hand, .lohn Friesen. A. J. Thnrp, Ross Woolen, George Brown, Frank Warner, H. A. Hastings, W. W. Smith, James Dale, Chester Trone, S. A. ' Sites, Charlotte Brlnpx, C. F. Martin and ,. \fateo Smith, nnd the children, Gloria Bird, Lyle Bird, Norma Jean Sites. '.'harles Sites, Vvonne Tronc, Buddy Trone. Billy Hand and Buddy Hand. and Mrs. Wllma Canada? was presented with a gift from her staff of co-workers. Outgoing noble grands of the subordinate lodges were presented with symbolical gifts. Refreshments were served In the banquet room, which was decorated with chrysanthemums and smllax. Installing Staff Mrs. .Florence Vlou was Installed as noble grand of the Rebekah lodge. E. P. Munsey holds the chief executive's position In Kern Lodge, No. 202, and Walter Adklns was seated as noble grand of Bakersflold Lodge, No. 440. The Installing officers for the Re- bekahs were Mrs. Josephine Bangsberg, district deputy president; Mrs. Millie Trumbull, marshal; Mrs. Bertha Kcwln, warden: Mrs. Ella James, secretary; Mrs. Penrl Bechtel, treasurer; Mrs. Clara Timmons, insldo ] guardian; Mrs. Alice Chnves, chap' lain and Miss Alice Nlcoll, musician. Installing officers for the men's orders were O. C. Bangsburg, district deputy grand master; Ed Kowin, marshal; Ross Trumbull, warden; John Potter, secretary; John Chrls- tenscn, treasurer; O. B. Daly, Inside guardian: nnd Gabo Chaves, chaplain. LEADER 10 Dr. J. B. Chapman, Nazarene Official Coming; Second Visitor Also Expected Doctor J, B. Chnpman. D. D., general superintendent of the church of the Nazarene with headquarters nt Kansas City, Mo., who will lead tho annual Ministerial and Christian Workers' conference to be held nt Lindsay, January 1C, 17, 18, and 1!>, will be n visitor In Bakersfield on Sunday. He will prench nt the local Nnznrcne church at Fourth street and Chester avenue at 11 o'clock Sunday morning and at 7:30 o'clock In the evening, it. was reported today by the Reverend S. H. Erwln, pastor. Doctor Chapman Is one of tho four general superintendents of the church. During 1932 he visited Mexico, Central and South America,- Africa and tho orient In the Interest of Foreign Missions, making n 30,000 mile missionary tour. He is also editor of a preach- ,ers' magazine published nt Kansas City and Is nn educator In the Nazarene church denomination. For a number of years he was president of Pen- lel college at Penlel, Texas. A local delegation will also attend tho Lindsay meeting. Another visitor to be received by the local church will be the Rev. D. Shelby Corlett, general secretary of the young people's society, who will be a guest of tho Bakersfield young people on Monday, January 23. Delegates will attend from Taft, Arvln and Wasco. opera In tho grnnd manner will form a part of the entertainment, according to the chairman, who Is reveal- Ing herself as one of the most competent Jinks' Impresarios the club haa over had. Mrs. Randall Sylvester has assumed College Women's Program for Tuesday Night to Be Interesting famous orchestra that will furnish all the Incidental music for the "Follies." Mrs. J. Bruco Payne, Mrs. Keith McKoe, Mrs. K. W. Rich, Mrs. Pearle Smith, Mrs. M. P. Wllcox, Mrs. Henry Gladstone, Mrs. J. R. Dorsey, Mrs. Tod Mosler, Mrs. Oscar Winding, Mrs." D. W. Wells and Mrs. A. B. Tleck aro among those "In tho know" on what Is botng prepared, but scores-of other club women have been called upon to take the lead In some of the fun that Is being stored up for tho entire membership, • . Mrs. Tabor urged members to dig Into attics and cellars for costumes and to mako-up to express their suppressed desires, and a prize will bo offered, for the best suppression turned loose at the jinks. Admittance to be limited to club members only.. DUALifTO LECTUONDAY Famous Speaker Coming to First Congregational Church in Evening Much Interest. Is being expressed in the forthcoming meeting of tho College AVomen's Club scheduled fot; Tuesday evening, when the members will hour not only Sam Hume, executive secretary of the Council of Oriental Relations, as* a speaker on the work of tho council, but also Carlysle Nelson, of Vlsalia, violinist at valley prominence. Mr. Nelson ^s nn Instructor for the Institute of Musical Education, and conducts lessons in Bakersfield. Ho was graduated from tho New England Conservatory of Music an.1 studied with both Gruenberg and Cambodian. He has appeared in recitals in Boston and also In' Los Angeles. Ills program on Tuesday evening will Include: "Sonata In A Major," (Handel); "Preludlum and Allegro" (Pugnam-Krelsler); "Rondlno" (Bee- thoveuMCrelsler) and "La Q.1tana" (Krelsler). The violinist will 'be accompanied by Past Dictators' i Night Observed | Tonight by Moose Past Dictators' night will be Observed by Bakersfield 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 the air will be heard. The program is being kept as a surprise. Sam Dye Is In charge' of arrangements for the evening that will also be reminiscent of the early days of the organization. SCAL YEAR. BY LODGE El Tejon Council * Conducts Annual Installation; Gifts Presented SEA1 OFFICERS Plan Dance for January 27; Forty Members Attend Annual Ceremony David Bacon, pianist. talented local young The meeting will bo In tho form of a 6:30 o'clock dinner at the First Bap- Ist church. Mrs. James K. Thrasher, resident, will conduct n short busi- less meeting preceding the program. Hotel El Tejon A DELIGHTFUL PLACE IN WHICH TO EAT SPECIAL TURKEY DINNER SUNDAY California Fruit Cocktail Celery en Branche Green Olives Sweet Gherkins iJlilcken Gumbo Soun Consomme Julienne Roast Kern County Turkey Dressing Cranberry Sauce Snowflako Potatoes Stringlufls Beans au Beurre . Assorted Hot Dinner Rolls Cosmopolitan Salad Thousand Island Dressing Hot Mince. Pumpkin or Apple Pie Peach Blossom Ico Cream ;ind Cake Tea, Coffee or Milk OF CIRCLE NAMED A nominating committee to suggest a roster of officers for 1932-33 was named when Lydin Circle of First Christian church held a meeting recently. A luncheon was served first, after which members adjourned to the Peacock dairy for a visit of inspection and lecture. Mrs. H. E. Ireland, Mrs. S. R. Tiitum nnd Mrs. S. 1. Upslinw were appointed an the nominating committee. The circle completed its financial alms nnd has enjoyed a generally successful year, under the leadership of Mrs. (.1. M. Shackelford. Those present were Mesdames H. E. Ireland, Jessie Murphy, F. C. Parks, G. J. Baptle. M. Akeman, S. E. Hylton. Mary, J. F. Schwelkcrt, S. T. Upslmw, J. R. Plerson, E. S. Bowen, C. W. Farrell, E. A. Hawkins. W. F. Carter, J. S. Fockler, G. M. Shackelford, John Harmon, M. W. Gist, G. R. Plerson, R. V. Lnmmlman, O. A. Cary, IT. F. Clement, W. W. Snyder, Leonard Thomus. J. W. Jacks, J. II. Smnl- ley, R. A. Moore, J. L. Smith, R. W. ous shower last night at the home of the former, 1612 Orego^i street. The function wns a complete surprise to the guest of honor. The gifts were presented In a hope chest. All appointments were In colors of black and silver. White roses and sweet- peas wore the flowers used. Bridge prizes were won by Miss Mnrjorle Hobson, and Mrs. Daughtry Wharton. The draw award .went to Miss Lois Bergsten, and the consolation prize to Mrs. C. J. Dowell. Tho supper tables were mnrked with places for tho following, in addition to the honoree. Mesdames— A. J. Ferguson Harold Wnd- J. D. Wharton man Floyd Parish Frank Schnm- W. J. Fogle bless Jnmes W. Red - C. J. Dowell fern Evelyn Raines Montle P. William MuFad- Llvezey ' yen Misses— r Margaret Rows Lucille Pesante Lois Bergsten Martha Graham Lllabel Huricock Marjorle Hobson Martha Gundluch Ivan Fullerton * • • Ushers Enjoy Party Mrs. Herbert Sandercox, 1329 I street, was hostess to tho members of tho ushers' committee of the Bakersfield Woman's Club at her home last night at a charmingly arranged bridge dessert party. While dessert was being served, tho members discussed plans for participation In tho annual high Jinks scheduled for Monday, January 23, as well as details for their own club benefit party. The latter event will tnke the form of a cabnret dance scheduled for January 25. Mrs. Walter Jaynes was a special guest of tho evening. Mrs. Robert Jones won first prize at bridge, Mrs. George Binmt. second, and Mrs. Mel Brlttan wns awarded the consolation award. Members of the committee sharing Mrs. Sandercox's hospitality were: Mesdames— * Oscar 13. Wind- George Blmat Ing Robert M. Jones MolBrittnn Alberta W. R. II. Bewick Smith Raymond Taylor RUTH CIRCLE MAKES PLANS Ruth Circle of First Christian Church completed plans for n luncheon to be held next Thursday at the church when members met recently with Mrs. M. O. Mears, 1D23 Sumner street. A nominating committee was appointed, consisting of Mrs. Laura Hltt, Mrs. J. E. McCormlck and Mrs. W. H. Varner. Dcvotlonnls were led by Mrs. W. T3. Young nnd Mrs. J. A. Townsend. Refreshments were 'served by the hostess. The next regular meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. W. H. Varner, corner of Seventeenth and V streets. Those present were: Mesdames Wendell Rice, S. F. Gillespte, W. H. Varner, E. F. Bartholomew. E. Bouchard. T. H. Rlley, W. T. Giles, E. L. Mears, James Perry, R. L, Perry, J. E. MoCormlck, P. Semturier, H. M. Hughes, J. A. Townsend, C. E. Glraud, W. E, Young, Laura Hltt. C. D. Allen, E. J. Brantley, T. E. Dltgen, E. T. Davis, W. IT. Ely, A. G. Borst, H. E. Broome, and the Rev. nnd Mrs. C. H. Hultno. i Children present were Barbara Ann Perry, LaMont Bartholomew, Nelda Mears. Everett Mears, Erma Broome and Billy Mears. Dr. E, Guy Talbott, writer, lecturer and traveler, whose namo appears In "Who's Who in America," will give a lecture Sunday evening, January 35, at First Congregational church, on "Building World Brotherhood," according to the announcement of the pastor, the Rev. A. S. Donat. Dr. Talbot Is tho western secretary of the National Council for Prevention of War, writer for religious and general periodicals, member of Phi Beta Kappa, member of American Council World Alliance for International Friendship and a lecturer on international problems In colleges, universities, clubs and churches. Since the war he has' traveled more than a million miles. The music, arranged by Mrs. H. J. Burt, organist, will include three selections by the Gabriel quartet, directed by Phil Martin: "March Pon- tlflcale" (Gounod). "Quartet" (Ross), and "Glory to Him" (Rachmaninoff). The anthem at the morning service will be, "Give Thanks Unto the Lord" (Balnes). During the World War, Dr. Talbott spoke to the soldiers in 29 army cantonments, and the ministerial unions in 175 American cities. AMBASSADORS RALLY AT mm Christ's Ambassadors will hold a rally at Weed Patch Monday evening, January 10, at the Full Gospel Church with delegates present from all parts of the county. A special musical program Is planned. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hawkins of San Diego nnd E. W. Mlncey, president ol the Kern county organization of Christ's Ambassadors, will be present Mr. Hawkins is president of the southern California and Arizona districts. A street meeting at Lamont, with a musical program, is also planned, to precede tho rally. DAUGHTER TO COCHRANS Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cochran, 2402 North Baker street, have announcec the birth of a daughter, Frances Evelyn, January JO. The mother Is the former Miss Juanlta Davis. Forty members of the Homesteaders' Life Insurance Association were present nt the dinner party and Installation of officers last night at the K. of P. hall on Lake street. Plans were made for a dance to be held January 27, free of charge, for members nnd their friends. Music will be furnished alternately by the "Hnr- mony Hicks" and "Homesteaders" orchestras. In charge of arrangements nro Mrs. Velmn Longorin, chairman, Harold Huntley, and Emory Harman. Those installed were Arthur Vineyard, past president; C. V. Rodeen, president; Harold Huntly, vice-president; Mrs. Margaret Vineyard, secretary; Miss Helen Dean, chaplain; Lon Flnney, marshal; Mrs. Norma Force, recorder; Mrs. Emory Harman, lady of charity; Mrs. Velma Longorin, lady of entertainment; Clarence Richardson, man at arms; R. A. Force, herald; Miss Edna Rogers, musician; P. S. Longorla and Fred Duns, auditors; Emory Harman, Fred Duns and Mlxn Edna Stroble, investigating committee ami Miss Madrid Rogers, song lender. meeting will bo open to the u&bands of members and escorts. ALHAMlJfS SCJOOt DEBATE "Resolved: That at least 50 per cent of state and local taxes should be col- ected from Intangible property" wns ho question debated by the local high school team meeting the Alhambra contingent yesterday afternoon at tho ocnl school. The winning decision vent to the Alhambra invaders, awarded by the judge Miss Helen Davidson of. Taft, a graduate of the University of California, who majored n public speaking. The Alhambra winning team was D. AVIlklns and H. AVebster, who'argued the affirmative side of the question and the local negative team consisted of Robert j Moon and Helen Curran. Mr. Wllklns ' was rated as first speaker and Mr. Moon, second. AAMley K. Peterson is the local debate coach and S. Shipmnn : Lackawanna Council, No. 154. De- .El Tejon Council, No. 215, Degree of Pocnhontns held Its first installation of officers last night In the. Eagles hull, corner of Seventeenth and G streets. , Last night's ceremony was under the direction of Mrs. Frances Willow, district deputy great Pocaliontas, and L.lndsey Lyons, drill captain. Mrs. Edith Lyons acted as senior past chief, supported by a full staff of deputy grand officers. Song Tribute Paid Tribute In song wns paid each chapter officer by the three "131 Tejon Nightingales," Mrs. Mary Pratt, Miss Leona Apadoca and Miss ISUcan Bfer- gcr. Mrs. Jessie Potter, retiring Po- cahontns, presented Mrs. Anna Port- nell, organizer * of the council, with n past officer's jewel. Mrs. Potter, who has served Iho council >wo months longer than tho usual term of office, was presented with a gift by the officers serving with her. She. In turn, presented the district deputy and senior past chief with gifts. Llndsey Lyons was thanked for a handmade gift presented by the council. Mrs. Lena Pearl Shaw, newly In- suillsd Pocahontas, received u shower of flowers. « Members of Lackawanna council attended the ceremonies In a body. 1933 Leaders Mrs. Ethel' Willis, chairman, prepared delicious refreshments; the table was centered with n ship, witlf flying sails, a theme furnishing tlu> foundation of a talk by Mrs. Portnnll on the history of the council. The new officers were Introduced In nautical terms. Those assuming the responsibility of leadership aro: Mrs. Jessie Potter, prophetess; Mrs. Lena Pearl Shaw. Pocnhontas; Mrs. Mary B. Hainpsou. Wlnona; Mrs. Marie Tess, Powhntan: Mrs. Margaret Clnrlln, first scout: Miss Margaret Kuhs, second scout: Mrs. Clara Ingralmm, first runner: Mrs. Marie Bergor, second runner; Mrs. Tlllie House, first councilor: Mrs. Mary Marsten, second councilor: | Mrs. Kthel Willis, gutird of tho tepee: Miss F.lleen Berger, guard of the forest; Mrs. Kdna Edwards, first .warrior; Mrs. Pnlma Black, second warrior; Mrs. Grace Mecchem, third warrior; Mrs. DInnclio Sisson, fourth warrior; Mrs. Gern Davis, musician, and Mrs. liffie Oeffner, property lady. the southern coach. James- Logan was chairman and Bill Baldwin, tlme- teeper. A .luncheon was held previous to the debnte at the local high school cafeteria with Mr. Logan, president of the high school forum as toastmaster. Guests included Leo B. Hart, counselor; Miss Dorothy Troy, senior class adviser, the Junior college nnd high school debntlng squads, and others. The debate was the second in the Southern California Conference debate series. gree of Pocnhontns, recently installed its officers for six months at Mooso hall. Those seated were Mrs. Bertha Fenton, Pocaliontas; Mrs. Jean Warden, Wlnona; Mae Williams, prophetess; Mrs. Alice McNew, Powatnn; Mrs. Agnes McLain, musician; Mrs. Freeda Freeman, first scout; Mrs. Katherlne Znhner, second scout; Mrs. Susie Sanderson, first runner: Mrs. Jessie Pfost, second runuer; Mrs. Jean Ramage, guard of tepee; Mrs. Anna Gill, guard of forest; Mrs. Elizabeth Tlbbetts, first councilor; and Mrs. Mae Henry, second councilor. Appointments Included Mrs. Normn M RS. ROSETTA HAMILTON, Camp Fire leader in Mnricopa, has affected the organization of tho Una- lultie group in Maricopa. reporting organization to Mrs. Harman yesterday. The Sunowa Camp Fire girls have ity Smetzer, Louise Lawrence, Evelyn Dulgar, Constance Aldrlch. Plans for a council fire to be held the last of January were discussed by the Frielokl girls at their last meeting on Monday nt the Trinity Methodist Church, with Miss Dorothy Wll- A N ENJOYABLE program was presented at tho regular meeting of the McKlnley school P. T. A. AVednes- day afternoon. • A short business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. C. AA r . Lightfier. Mrs. AA". A. Snare and Mrs. Lorraine Penlck were appointed to take charge of tho Founders' day program for next month. Plnns for visiting tho Peacock dairy farm were discussed. Three selections were played by tho rhythm band, under the direction of Miss Norn Cady. and 3^iss Nora Trafton. AValter Frye played three harmonica solos. Two recitations were delivered by Mrs. Myra Doss, Mrs. M. J. Meadows explained the correspondence course to be given to P. T. A. workers. L. E. Chenoweth's message .was rend by Miss Anne AA'elser. Mrs. M. S. Bayne read the patriotic verse and the thought for the day was given by Mrs. C. O. Durnnt. After tho program a social hour was enjoyed. AID FRESHMAN GIRLS Eighty-five membor.s of tho KaK- ersfleld High School Girls' League have been signed up to serve na "bijr sisters" to incoming freshman girls during the first wjjek of the spriiu; semester, starting January-30, It wa.s announced today by Mrs. Hazel Ald- rlch, league adviser. A special committee of five. Including Miss Elcn- ..-..— — , nor Smith, "big nnd little sister* Austin, chairman of the board of j committee" chairman. Miss Alice banquets; Mrs. Freda Freeman, press i Rnnkln. Mrs* Vivian Crosby, Miss chairman; Mrs. Jean Warden, chairman of card parties; Mesdames Maude Chapman, Norma Austin, Minnie Jacobs and Mae Williams, members of the ways and means committee; Mrs. Freeda Freeman, drill captain. After tho "raising of the chiefs" ceremony, which was In charge of Mrs. Minnie Jacobs, district deputy assisted by Mrs. Maude Chapman, grand Installing scout, the members adjourned to the banquet room for refreshments, prepared by a committee headed by Mrs. Norma Austin and Mrs. Jean Ramage. The desk officers, Mrs. Maude Chapman, keeper of records: Mrs. Rnechel Rankln and Miss Buniice Steward, will visit graduating eirfhth grade classes with T.oo 13. Hart, school counselor, iioxl week and give ofich graduating pirl the name of tly Girls' Leaguer, who will assist her to become acquainted with the high school campus during the first week of school. Plans for the "big nnd little sifters" program were completed at fl recent meeting of the Girls' League. Following the business session, a program of dancing and musical entertainment wns enjoyed by those In .attendance. Misses Rose T.ocb and Kathryn Tewe.s appeared in a dance made plans for a council flro and din- | son> guardian. The meeting came to ner, both tp take place during the next : m .,| e ,. wltll the Sa | u t 0 to the flag nnd La Jolie Club Resuming their meetings after holiday vacation, members of La Jolle bridge club entertained at the home of Mrs. L. Frank JoMndrow, 2724 Sunset avenue, Thursday night. i month. Plans were discussed at the . recent meeting held nt the home of 1 Mrs. E. J. Symmes, 2330 Truxtun avenue. AVork on scrap books was continued. After a discussion, It was decided to use the money received from the guar- Huntcr, G. K. Dlxon, Dewcy Green, r. Prizes were won by Miss Blanche M. Scates, A. C. Mllllson, C. W."Krn- i Matheron, first; Miss Dorothy Aimer nnd tlie Rev. Charles II. ITulme. Mr. and Mrs. DR. VAN METER CAREFUL DENTIST Mw low irleet tn plit«i and Mtde In <ur «wn libiratory 1431 Nineteenth Street Acrmi From Wtill'i Ph»n« 175 FRATERNAL Security Benefit Association Members of Kern Council, No. -I02!', Security IJenoflt Association, were en- tertulneil at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Marsh, 1803 Forest .street, lust evening. Prizes at cards were won by Mrs Marsh, Mrs. .1. ]•:. Cans (consolation), IT. r. Grayson, Cnrl Adams, Mrs. M. Hrndbury (special prize) nnd Klnorn Dlxon (juvenile.) baugh, second; and MlsH Mary Hor, consolation. Miss Theresa Kelly % invited members to her home for the'lr next meeting. Mrs. .Tohndrow presented her guests ; with red calendar favors, and decorated her bridge nnd supper tables In red appointments. Miss Jurry Elliott wns a special guest. Members of the club Include: ' Mesdames — Charles R. Sage I.. Frank John- KusBell Pot tin drow L. E. Perricorne Misses — Heba Boring Dorothy Albaugh Blanche Matheron Dorothy Spawn Jewell Wade Mary Hor Theresa Kelly the rending of the minutes followed. After the business meeting the group,worked on headbands. Carol Johnson introduced a new member, Ruth Pratt, who was welcomed into the group. A special meeting wns held recently dlans' association to start a^ fund to j \ n the church, send girls to camp next summer. Those present were Lois Tillotson, Practice was held on the songs to bo j riuth Riseden, Mary Bunas, A T iola sung at the dinner next AVednesday. Bevlns, Carol Johnson. Evelyn Bevlns, Those present were Martha Bauson, Barbara Symmes, Mary Carol Grlbble, June Baldwin, Patricia King, Tluth Gllmore, Frances Grothnus,. Mildred Tsuehn, Betty Jean Harrison, Ruth Pratt, Roberta and Betty Shur- Betty Jane Sherer, Betty Zoe. Porter bnn and Miss 'Wilson, guardian. Vary, Sylvia Winer and Mrs. SymmeK, guardian. Woodcraft Party Neighbors of Woodcraft will entertain ul another curd party Tuesday night in tho W. O. W. hall at S Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cyr Mr. and Mrs. T.,. A. Cyr. 92:i Kast Twenty-first street, are entertaining $1.00 ANY WATCH REPAIRED.... Materials Usid at Cost Reader's Jewelers 1522 Nineteenth Street o'clock. Seven prizes will be awarded. ! :is their guests Mr. Cyr's sister and Refreshments will be served. The i her husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. A r . public Is being invited, according to ] Brewster, of Ynklnui, Wnsh. The Mrs. A. Weaber, chairman, who is I Brewsters are considering Bnkers- Ijeinp assisted by a committee of field us their future home. members. , • • • - ', Visiting in Yosemite Bakersfield Chapter j Misses Virginia VoorhieK nnd Re- Bukerfifield Chapter. No. 12,1, O. K. jgina Degun are passing the week-end .S. will hold n short business meeting jut Yoscmltp, participating In the nn- Monduy nlpht. Mrs. ,). W. Doughty, mini snow carnival. They were Jr.. will preside. I. lulu refreshments jKnests "f friends in Fresno last night An honor meeting was held by the Aboha Ilnnta girls on a recent afternoon, when they met at tho American Legion hall. All honors which could be earned ' In . tho meeting were attempted during the llrst part of tho afternoon, then the latter part was devoted to tho practice of tho play the group is giving at the dinner on Wednesday. Those present wero Betty Jane Uni ilerwood, Eleanor Patrick, Ruth Clurk, | Barbara Plnnell, I^oonore Bonalanza, ! Mary Anna Humble, Mary Patricia Lucas, Eleanor Dlxon, Marjorle Daniels, Marilyn Harvey, Virginia Reynolds, Kva Osmnn, Rosalln Dewar, Audrey Hughes, Frances Dally, Amelia Miller and Mrs. Anna Humble. '• Tho Mnpeynhto Camp Fire Girls met with their assistant guardian, Miss Helen Wilson, for n discussion of the requirements for woodgntherers' rnnk. Membership cards and manuals wero distributed and plans to start on bond bands soon were made. Work on citizenship honors toward the flag award was also started. Classes will be conduced by John F. Dnle, director of parent education instruction for the state department of education, at the local high school on Monday morning from 9:30 to 11:30; Minnie Jacobs, keeper of wampum, I duet, and Miss Minerva Tracy led nnd Mrs. Mamie Morgan, collector of i the members of the league in group wampum, remain the same until June. I singing. ! Vocal numbers were presented by ! Miss Edna Overtoil, soprano, nccom: panlcd by Miss Junnlta Miller, and ! by tho high school girls' trio, Misses Adeline Harms, Ruth Cary and Nurma Jean Graham, with Miss Bonita Crane as accompanist. Miss Miller concluded the program with a piano solo. Officers of the Girls' League are Miss Alice Rankin, president^Miss Vivian Crozby, vice-president; Miss A. U. S. W. V. Club, Re-elects Heads i __ ____ — __ i The roster of officers was re-elected ; in full yesterday when the U. S. W. i V. Auxiliary Sowing Club met at the home of Mrs. Mnudo Rawley, 1501 Nlles street. Those complimented in this manner wero Mrs. Maude Rawley, chairman; Mrs. Dorn Cooper, vice-chairman; Monday afternoon from 1 to S. On MTU. Mollle Persel, treasurer;- Mrs. Monday evening from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock, he will speak at the Horace Mann school. Classes will also bo conducted nt the high school on Tuesday morning from 9:30 to 11:30; Tuesday afternoon from 2 to 3:30 at the Vineland school: and Tuesday evening from 7:30 to 9:30 at tho Standard school. The Hawthorne P. T. A. held Its business meeting recently In the school auditorium. Mrs. J. R. Robinson, president, gave a report on the families that have been helped In the past two months. The Red Cross rendy- to-wear goods, and yardage, and yardage of "dress goods, and ready-mndo drosses, donated by Wclll's Department -Store worn used to good advantage, It was reported. P. T. A. members furnished materials for quilts, donated used shoes, coats for women and children and some candies mid toys were given out nt Christmas time, as well as food. Tho school was given funds in dlffer- Those present were Mildred Wolf, | on t ways for child welfare. J. David Claire Creamer, Dorothea Drawbaugh, Janice McXnmnrn, Genevleve Vassar, Betty Hughes, Carley Griffith, Leila Buass and Miss Helen Wilson, assistant guardian. lender, led tbo" discussion, her topic McFARLAND, Jan. H.—Mrs. Curl I ing "Choosing Life's Work," On J come. Tho lust meeting of the Apelaehi group was held at the home of tho new assistant guardian, Mrs. H. J. Culllngton, on January t). Ol'fleerH were elected UH follows: Murga'ret Van Meter, president; Betty Ellen Kofahl, vice-president: Constance Al- drlch, secretary: Catherine Culllng- ................. „ ..... !„ .............. - ...... ........... ----- ---^ ____ , erved. Visitors will bo wel-|nnd motored Info th« valley today. ton, treasurer; Marguerite Emerson, ! song leader: Betty Brlghtup, meeting Royal Neighbors Royal Neighbors will meet In regular session at F.ugleH ball Monday evening at 8 o'clock. All visiting members are invited: captains of the degree staff will assist officers in their work REPORTED CONVALESCENT The Rnv<;ri-ml Father Chnrles Stross formerly of Bnkersfleld, now pastor of IjOno 1'lne's f'ntholln church. Is reported to be convalescent from nn Illness which hits confined him to the Mercy Hospital, lie will bo able to 'return In bin |>osl in n fuw dnys. chairman; Louise 'Lawrence, council chairman. After I IK> meeting, refreshments wero served by Mrs. Culllngtou to Margaret Van Meter, Betty lillon Kofahl, Alice Offucr, Catherine Cullington, Marguerite ISmorson, .Murgio Jean Staiilield, Uctty BrltilUup. Chur- Plsor. Camp Flro guard Ian, was hostess to the members of the Seglpu Co,mp Firo group at their regular meeting Thursday evening. Tho members worked . on their beaded headbands and the following program numbers were given: Two piano duets by Betty Carter and Shirley Taylor; two violin di|et« by Marie Lossley and .Mildred Lee. They wore accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Plsor. Among those who enjoyed the meeting with Mrs. Plsor wn« ,Mrs. Cecil Bowman, assistant Camp l-'iro guard- Inn, and' the following members: Hazel Bergen, Genildlne Gnrrett, Bcv- erlcy and Leila Buckingham, Jean Lobro, Jean MaQihall, Jewell Dunlap, Nelodcno field, Murlc Davis, Marie Lesslie, Idclla Phillips, Betty Carter, Shirley Taylor, Peggy Howard, Mildred Leo aiufc Gloria Strlklewlch. Laird gave a brief talk on parent education. L. E. Cheuoweth'H message wns read. ' Following the business meeting, Mrs. Puna O. Blng. study clrol" be- Jnn- unry 24, from 7 until o o'clock In the evening, there will he a short pro.: gram In the school auditorium with John F. Dale as the speaker. A social half-hour will follow In the soclnl "hall, where refreshments will bo served. All members nnd teachers of Hawthorne School are requested to attend. The duds' council will meet ngiUn next Wednesday evening In the principal's office. All dads that are interested, lire requested to attend, by their president. J. R. RobliiKhn. HOARDED GOLD We MX cuh for your old unusable told Jewelry or denttl told. Get useful dollar* for your uielou wrapt of precious mitali. THE WICKERSHAM CO. Corner Nineteenth and I Streets We On Not Empltv Oulilrfe Silldtari Vea Smith, secretary; nnd Mrs. Ber- 1m Feuton, press representative, Mrs. Rawtey was presented with a gift and an expression of the club's appreciation for her splendid work. -*• Adelaide Strut ton, secretary; Jean Baldwin, treasurer, and Aldrlch, adviser. Miss Mrs. -*- DAUGHTER IS BORN Mr. and Mrs. John E. Mnlone, SU Q street, are receiving congratulations of friends upon the birth of a daughter, Marjorie Jean. Tho child is tho second In the family, tho first being a young .son, John Edward, Jr., nged 2 years. Mr. Mnlono is manager of the Jlamm Furniture, store on Eighteenth street. Express Need for Stove and Bedding Need for n gus stove to cook on instead of the leaky gns plate vhlch Is the only stove In the house, was expressed today by a destitute family. An infant bnby Is Included In th/s household. Need of bedding stressed also, a factor which probably contributed to the contlltion of Illness now existing. Anyone having n stove for the UHIHG or bedding may telephone 12CI-AV. nnd tho beneficiaries will be notified. wns has WINTER 5/uyM/iotL cu, CjoocL CLI jumme/o O/iei ^it/L KODAK VERICHROME FILM You get crisp, clear pictures with Kodak Verichrome Film despite the dull light and short days of winter. 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