The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 16, 1933 · Page 5
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, MONDAY, JANUARY 16,1933 Legion Auxiliary Sponsoring Essay Contests for Hundreds "fTUIE Constitution of the United A States" will be the subject of an ,SKHy contest open to pupils of the eighth grnde In all schools in the district, It was announced when a meeting of the American Legion Auxlllat-y Fifteenth District was held Jointly With n session of the county cbuncll t Lesion hall Sunday afternoon. Reports on a department essay con- eat on "What Can Be Kxpectcd Prom resent Youth for the Realization of nlversal Peace," were also made, 'his vjlll be open to pupils of hlg-li schools of the state and other Institutions of the same rank. Auxiliary Poppy Day Plans for Poppy day, May 28, and preparations for an nrea meeting In Vistula'for districts 14 and IB, and a county council meeting In Taft February 12 were other results of the Joint meeting, ' which was followed by a social hour and refreshments with the Legionnaires. One hundred women were present from Dlnuba, Portervlllo, tlndrfay, Vlsalla, Tulare, Delano, Shafter, Wasco, McFarland, Taft, Fellows and Tehnchapl. Mrs. Mildred Flory of Portervllle, district president, called upon the district chairman for reports nnd Mrs. BriK'o Little of Wasco presided over the county council meeting. Mrs. HELDJ DOUBI Dr.* Talbott Gives Scholarly Talk to Congregational Church Audience Margaret Carlisle of this city will con- tuct the area session In Vlsalla In February. The report from the local mit Was presented by Mrs. William 3, Patrick, president of Frnnk S. Reynolds Auxiliary, the entertaining organization. Closes March 1 The essay contest on the Constltu- lon wnn announced by Mrs. Edith Jane Hawkins of Dlnuba, who explained that prizes will be awarded shortly after the closing date, March . The winning contributions will be udged by a citizens' committee to bo named later. The contest Is In observance of Americanism month, February. Mrs. Lily Watts Is chairman of his department In the local unit. The essays on unlversftl peace sponsored by the department, are under lusploes of the "Fldac" chairman. Announcement to the local district unita was mado by Mrs. Midge Richardson of Delano, who told of prizes to be awarded; The Fldac ;French Acrostic for a. federation of the Allies In the World War) will sponsor a doll contest also, each unit to dress a doll representing an Important community Industry. The state department will sponsor such a :ontest also. Other Activities Sponsorship of fiirl Scout and Camp Flro groups was the subject of n report by Mrs. Luella Caspln of Lindsay, community fiorvlce chairman. Kern County Council has purchased i day bed for the minroom at Sawtelle lospltnl. Follows unit has furnished pillows nnd an Afghan. Mrs. Delia Spltler of Lindsay, district chairman of national defense read n paper on that subject. Mrs. Berry- announced that 10,000 popples already have been ordered by the district, made by disabled men re- elvlng no compensation. These will ae sold on American Legion Auxiliary Poppy day, May 28. "If Japan Is whitewashed by tho Jeag-ue, tho League of Nations Is a farce arid the machinery of pence, a 'piece of paper," according to Dr. E. • Guy Talbott, speaker last night at first Congregational Church, who also believes that If the disarmament conference fails there will be a race for armaments, eventual war, and the collapse of the present economic system. The speaker called attention to 197 per cent more war machinery being built now than In 1914 despite the League of Nations, the World Court, the KelJngK-Brland Peace Pact and other "pieces of peace machinery." Doctor Talbott gave a thoughtful summary of the present status of the Instrumentalities of peace, and discussed the disarmament conference now in session. He reviewed the late Calvin Coolidge's Ideas against war. The guest, a distinguished thinker anil world traveler, writer nnd lecturer, was Introduced by tho Rev. A. S. Donat, pastor of the church. It was announced that "Whither Youth" will be the subject of a form next Sunday night with J. A. Dalquist, Y. M. C. A. secretary of two counties as the speaker. The Hev. Mr. Donat announced a church banquet and meeting Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock for members nnd friends of tho church. A turkey dinner will be served; reports will be heard. The music, arranged by Mrs. H. J. urt, organist. Included three pclee- lons by tho Gabriel quartet, directed • Phil Martin, and much enjoyed by e audience. laptist Ladies' Union Convenes Twenty-one members of Calvary {Baptist. Church Ladles' Union met ro- jcently nt the home of Mrs. W. F. i.Buast, 310 Pacific street, with Mrs. I n. A. Dodenhoff presiding. Devotlonals were led by Mrs. A. T. Douglass. ;Vocnl selections were presented by Mrs. G. A. Martin, accom- panl«/l at the piano by Mrs. Orva! James. Miss Qaye Harris, returned missionary to China, was the speaker. Tea waa served. GRIEVES NO MORE. BOONVILLE, Ind.. Jan. 10. (A. P.) Phillip Lutz, Jr., Indiana attorney- general, was authority for this: Death of one of a pair of love birds In his office caused trie other to grieve. A mirror was placed In the cage, am the reflection appears to satisfy the survivor. Captains were appointed on a contest for finance, membership and attendance, when the women of the Mooso met In regular session recently In Moose hall. Mrs. A. It. Knoles and Mrs. Minnie Jacobs head the two sections; sides were chosen. Mrs. C. Coker won a special prize nnd Mrs. J. McMillan, an attendance award. Expressing regrets, members of the chapter accepted the resignation of Mrs. Jeanne Duns as treasurer; the nomination of a treasurer will be held Friday, January 20. After a short session n "radio" entertainment and refreshments were enjoyed with the Loyal Order of Moose as hosts. 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