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THE BAKEHSF1ELD CAL1FORNIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1933 SOC1A EXAMS TO DARKEN COLLEGIAN DAYS Vaudeville Program In Be Last Brighl Spot Before Week's Ordeal Students «t nnkersfleld Junior College ate, drnnk anil made merry today, for tomorrow come final examinations. The "eating," however, consisted of Inst-mlmite cramming of notes, while the "drinking" was nt the fountain of knowledge. In connection with the merry-making, they n.re to hold 11 student body meeting tomorrow morning In order to piisa the Inst hour nf gruce as cnjoyably as possible 1 . A vaudeville program featuring .lunlor college .student music-inns, singers and dancers has been arranged for tho mr-etlng by Dick Lowe, who will serve HP master of ceremonies. Musical selections will be furnished liy an orchestra Including Misses Mary Alice Emery, 121 ma Dunn. TCIlen Kerr. F,lva Kerr, Virginia Dougherty and '.iencvleve Kralka, .lack Dougherty I.iston May, Rees Roes, John Snyder :md Roy BoultlnghoiiKC. :ind by a saxophone band. Specialty numbers will !»• furnished hy an accnrdian trio, made up by Mrs. Olive James, Miss Frances over- ton rind Miss Dorothy Holladay, urn) by a girls' trio, Including Misses Mary Lowe. Frances Weaver and Kdnii Overton. Donald Hunter and Harold Fox will be featured in a dance net. Glenn Bultman, president of the Associated Students of Bakersfleld Junior college, Is slated to preside at ;i short business session. -<*> Desert Party Is Plan Wednesday; B. P. W.C. Hostess Everything from a cactus garden to refreshments and prize wrappings will express a Spanish desert motif when the Business and Professional Woman's Club entertains at Its second party of the season Wednesday night. The affair will be held In the cardrooma of the Masonic .temple and Is open to the public. Six prizes gay In Spanish paper and raffia ties will be awarded, according to plans made last night when the committee on arrangements met at the home of the chairman, Miss Shirley Swlnk. Those attending the session were Mrs. Qussle McKlnley, Mrs. Florence Tracy, Miss Alice Stauss, Miss Hazel Mills, Miss Leona Klovdale and Miss Zlta Fujan. RADIO STARS TO FOLLIES' MEET SATURDAY Primary Instruction and Legislation Will Be Discussed by Group V.F.W. TO 1ET TONIGHT Havold Brown Auxiliary No. 1468, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock In the Moose hull. Following a business session presided over by Mrs. Marker Cunningham, a social hour will be held, during which refreshments will be served with the post members par- ilcipating. Tho committee on arrangements include* Mrs. A. Mclntosh, Mrs. W. I,. Farrell, Mrs. Lee Bryan, Mrs. August Aricy, Mrs. Walter Kamlnskl and Mrs. Fi'fd Mead. The women's drill team will meet at 7 o'clock to practice an hour previous to the business session. TCrnost Mln- ner and K. Dallas of the local [wist are coaching the team. The ensemble is now perfecting the formation of the three letters V. F. W. Primary work and legislation will be the main topics to be presented before the Kern County Principals Club at its next meeting, scheduled for the Lincoln School, 801 Eureka street, In Bakersfleld on Saturday at 10:M o'clock. Mrs. A. C. Alack, principal, will be the hostess to the meetings. Kxperts in primary work will demonstrate and discuss the latest and most effective methods. Principals are invited to bring a primary teacher to the meeting. Herbert L. Healy, county superintendent of schools, and E. J. Cuth- hertson of Taft will discuss pending school legislation. A luncheon will be served at noon and the afternoon program will follow. A record attendance is expected because of the general Interest In the subjects announced by T. R. NIcke secretary. Orchestra to Be Comprised of Famous Air Luminaries for Club Jinks Rivaling the-"blB broadcast" for its aggregation of radio stars, the orchestra which will perform at the Bakersfleld Woman's Club, "Follies of 1033" annual 'Jinks, next Monday night will be made up of radio- stars of the first magnitude, it was reported today by Mrs. Theron Tatar, Jr., general chairman. .Mrs. Randall Sylvester as manager and director of the orchestra, has obtained some of the best and most noted talent of the air. She promises lhat "Kate Smith," "Bing Crosby," the "Mills Brothers," "Hoswell Sisters," "Irving Berlin," "Al Jolson," "Hazel Warner," "Rudy Vallee," "Vlnson Sorey," and "Bill Bernle" and many others will be present and hold the spotlight for specialties acts. Among those co-operating with Mrs. Sylvester in arranging for the appearance of the radio personalities are: Mesdamcs Homer Hopkins, Glen Wallace, AV. S. Buchner, F. Harlow Wright, Theo Harder, A. H. McPnr- land, 10. Kitchen, Maude Smith,: W. R. Carter, L. N. Rlley, Miss Ann Anderson and Miss Cella Baer. The "Follies" will consist of 10 big acts of rollicking merriment that w.lll be a big funfest for the members of the club. A prize Is being offered for the best make-up that shows up during the evening. INTENTIONS TO WED Albert Pope, 23, and Cornelia Otten, 18. Waaco. Marion Pope, 21, and Retta Kasinger, 18, Arvln. Earl R. Unruh, 'J3. and Bessie It. Igo, 19, Shafter. I Robert H. Hulme, 22, Oildale, and ! Dorothy I,. Hill, 20, Bakersfleld. MANY GUESTS ATTEND PARTY ATST. FRANCIS A large number of guests participated In the card party held last night at St. Francis School hall with a committee of women from the Catholic parish acting as hostesses. Bridge and five hundred were the games of the evening. The bridge prize winners included Mrs. Paul Nick, first; Mrs. A. H Kabes, second, W. M. Fisher, first and L. E. Davis, second. Winners in five hundred Included Mrs. Katherlne (O'Brien, first; Mrs. Ada Stewart, second; Mrs. Henry Maters, first; Mrs T. J. O'Neil, second; and Steve Gekas door prize. The committee In charge of refreshments Included: Mcsdames Myrtle O'Donohue, chairman; E. L. Mohr, E. A. Murdock, Henry Maler, and J. J. Heffernan. Important Notice Drastic Price Reduction In Family Size—100 Tablet Bottles Genuine Bayer Aspirin REMEMBER—Genuine BA YER Aspirin Does Not Harm the Heart World's Fastest Safe Relief for Pain! IN 2 SECONDS BY STOP WATCH Genuine BAYER Aspirin Tablets Start to Disintegrate and Go to Work Drop a Bayer Aspirin Tablet into a Glass of Water. By the time it Hits the Bottom of the Glass it is Disintegrating. HAT Happens In These Glasses Happens In Your Stomach—Genuine BAYER Aspirin Tablets Start "Taking Hold" of Pain a few Minutes after Taking. 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Note how, by virtue of a unique BAYER process, a genuine Bayer Aspirin Tablet starts to disintegrate within the amazing space of TWO SECONDS after touching moisture. And thus starts to "take hold" of even the most severe pain a few minutes after taking. Remember this when in pain. // you want quick relief, real BA YER Aspirin is the wag to get it. '} Does Not Harm the Heart Note, too, thai another reason BAYER Aspirin is prescribed by doctors is that IT DOES NOT HARM THE HEART. Quick relief, SAFE relief. That is what you want in your family medicine chest. Now enjoy it at a DRASTIC NEW LOW PRICE. Get a bottle today—100 GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN tablets at the new price. On Sale Today At All Drug Stores. LANE'S DAUGHTER IS REPEALIST JEFFERSON DADS TOF! Nancy Lane, daughter of Franklin K. Lane, Woodrow-Wilson's secretary of the interior, will S'it In the coming 'Session of the New Mexico Legislature as a foe of prohibition. Though she has spent most of her life on the stage and in rearing a small son, Miss Lane, twice a divorcee, plunged into politics on moving to New Mexico, and carried a normally Republican county. She's out to repeal the state dry amendment. Organization Meeting to Be Held Thursday Night;* Program Arranged An- organization meeting of the men's council of the Jefferson Par- nt Teacher Association will be held Thursday evening, it was announced oday by James H. 'Prtrker, who will ireslde as temporary chairman at the OHslon. A large part of the program will be given over to explanation of he alms and purposes of the men's units as well as some practical un- lertaklngs that have been launched successfully. The evening will proceed as fol- ows; Vocal solo, Roy Pathe; talk, Some things the Men Can Do for ?, T. A.," Mrs. A. H. Johnston, pves- dent of the Jefferson P. T. A.; vlo- In solo, R. Ammunson: talk, "Projects Undertaken by the High School Hen's Council," Leo B. Hart; group singing led by C. C. Scott, discussion on work being done by men's lounclls, H. M. Baker, principal of the Beurdsley school. All men of the district are Invited to take part In the program, It Is announced. Mr. Parker will lead the discussion of the Jefferson plan of organization. A committee of Jefferson P. T. A. women will serve .refreshments at the close of the evening. Two Lodges Will Unite in Rites of Installation Kern Review, No. 66, and Taft Review, No. 41, Woman's Benefit Association, will hold a joint'In. stallatlon service Wednesday night at K. of P. hall on Lake street. The session will start at 8 o'clock and will be followed by a program and the serving of .refreshments. There will be no business session. AM members of the W. B. A. are welcome, officers state. LIST READERS 015 PLAY Freshmen Urged to Leisure-Time Is Take Stock of Worki Lecturer's Subject I FRATERNAL I i <$. <•> Tejon Court Meeting Tejon Court, No. 41. Order of the Amaranth, will meet In regular session Wednesday night, January 18, for initiation. All officers have been asked to attend by Mrs. Ella Mae Means, royal matron, and James Cheney, royal patron. Refreshments will be served. Visitors will be welcome. Bakersfield White Shrine Bakersfield' White Shrine No. 21, White Shrine of Jerusalem, will meet Thursday evening nt 8 o'clock at the Masonic temple. Plans will be made for a visit of the supreme worthy high priestess, February 16. ORGANIZED LOCALLY Institution and Installation of a junior auxiliary, headed by Miss Helen Landson, president, was effected when Mathilda Llchtenstein Auxiliary met for Its own annual Installation recently at B'nal Jacob temple. Visitors included Miss Rose Bertram of Los Angeles, president of the grand lodge, and Mrs. Bessie Schwnb, member of the advisory board of the grand lodge, also from Los Ancelos, who were speakers. Mrs. Certram gave an Inspirational address on the meaning of B'nal B'rlth. A musical program was presented by Max Bayless, violinist, and his sister, Miss Florence Bayless, pianist. Mrs. Bertram was the Installing officer and Mrs. Nathan Strauss acted us mistress of ceremonies. Those Installed were Mrs. J. J. Ltt- zenstein, president; Mrs. B. Shapiro, vice-president; Mrs. I. Ikenberg, councilor; Mrs. Leon Wolf, treasurer; Mrs. Henry Egger, secretary; Mrs. Bertha M. Cohn, conductress; Mrs. M. Laba, sentinel; Mrs. W. Bernstein, guardian; Mrs. S. Sllversteln, Mrs. Morris Hlmovltz and Mrs. Bess Mumford, trustees. Tho next meeting Is set for February 14. Refreshments were served. Advising freshman students that a successful and happy high school career depended wholly upon the right kind of a start, Leo B. Hart, class adviser and counselor of Bakersfleld High School, addressed approximately 750 students In attendance at the freshman meeting yesterday afternoon, urging them to take stock at the conclusion of their first semester's work and make sure that they were following a planned course, rather than drifting. Mr. Hart quoted Robert Ingersoll's philosophy of life: "The only good In the world Is happiness. The place to be happy is'here. The time to be happy is now. The way to be happy is to make others happy." Other features of the meeting included a reading given by Miss Rosamarie Gllli and the appearance of the high school tumbling team, under the leadership of its captain, John Schroeter. Robert Sheldon, .president of the freshman class, presided at the meet- Ing. 'What Shall We Do With Leisure?" was the topic presented this morning t>y John P. Dale before the parent training class conducted in the study hall of the music building. Following a definition of leisure, the lecturer discussed ways lit which the leisure time of children should be utilized. The average adolescent has five to seven hours of leisure at his or her disposal and needs organized play activity, It was developed in the dlscus- sl9n. The speaker also discussed what can be done to provide for unemployed adults and commented upon the fact that while food, clothing and housing are important, the problem should also be confronted In a sociological way. Next Monday Mr. Dale will speak on "How We Can Develop Co-operation" at the morning session, and in the nft- ernoon, "Day- Dreaming." Tuesday morning he will talk on "How to Develop Leadership." Red Men Installing Talches Tribe No.' 154, Improved Order of Red Men, will Install officers tonight at the K. of P. hall on Lake street. K. M. Leppig, district deputy, will be the installing officer. Star of Valley Lodge A potluck luncheon will be held by the Star of the Valley lodge at 1 o'clock Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Adelaide Bailey, 2525 Chester Lane. Bridge will follow. harlvari and Shower Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Harvey, 921 Orange street, were the surprise onor guests at a charivari and hower recently at their home.' A irge company of noisy guests greet- d them at the front and back doors, nd entered the home laden with Ifts and nolsemakers. Entertainment was in charge of trs. Charles H. Hulme, and Mrs. G." J. Baptle, Mrs. Orover Shackelford, ,Irs. Forest E. Wlllard, Mrs. Read Douglass assisted In serving. The bride is the former Miss Lelia Compon, who was married during the holidays in Visalln. Those attending were the Reverend and Mrs. Charles H. Hulme. Messrs, and Mesdames— J. Ratlaff . G. J. Baptie O. A. Gary Jess Carlock: ft Charles Richey Pete McCart Read W. Wlllard Forest E. Wlllard Farewell Dinner for Mrs. Baker Philathea class of Trinity Methodist Church will change the date of Its dinner to Wednesday night to join with the church In a farewell dinner In honor of Mrs. L. J. Baker, Mrs. Baker Is moving to San Francisco soon to make her home. •> i » J. F. Dale Speaks at Horace Mann Meet "Attitudes" was the topic brought before the parents of the Horace Mann district last night In an address by John F. Dale of the state department of parental education. Mr. Dale gave some startling statements In regard to the results of tho Oscar Wilde Vehicle Chosen for First Study by New Section «. To facilitate the reading of Oscar Wilde's four-act comedy, "Lady Wlndermere's Fan," by the new play- rcadlng section of the Community theater, a cast has been chouen. If. was announced today by George C. tngelow, chairman of the section. •• The play will be read Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock v In the Woman's Rest House on I street; the session Is open to nil Community theater ticket-holders. The unit was organ; Ized solely for the pleasure of readying plays and Is .expected to be a popular feature of the little theater activities. . Those who will read tomorrow evening are: Murk F. Wllcox, "Lord Wlri- dermero"; D. S. Atwood, "Lord Darlington"; Harry Dillon, "Lord Augustus Lorton"; George C. Ingelow, "Mr. Dumby"; Dr. 13. O. !5lmmer, ' "Cecil Graham"; Donald Galbralth, "Mi:. Hopper"; Mrs. K. S. McKee, "Lady Wlndermere"; Mrs. Dwlght L. Clarke; 'The Duchess of Berwick"; Miss Josephine Wiley, "Lady Agatha Carlisle'-; Mrs, D. S. Atwood, "Lady Plymdale," and Mrs. Hall Montgomery, "Mrs. Brlynne." D. S. Atwood, president of the Community theater, and Mr. Ingelow e:>pressed a desire to make It plaiti tu those Interested that the section ia open to all theater members, and Is u. separate unit from the play-rending committee, the function of which is the choosing of plays to be produced, of which Mr. Ingelow Is also.- chairman. Meetings will bo held monthly. EAGLES ML PREPARE FOR REN HERE Henry J. Berrodln of Akron, Ohio, grand worthy president of the National Grand Aerie of Eagles, will b> entertained by the Bakersfleld mem- ' bers on January 2G. Arrangements for the local reception will be taken up at Wednesday evening's meeting. A class of candidates will be«lnltlated at the session to be held In honor of the national officer, and It will be received Into the aerie In the name of A. U. S. W. V. Changes Plans Past president of the U. S. W. V. auxiliary had planned to meet at the home of Mrs. T. W. Nolan, 524 Nlles street, Wednesday, but will convene there for luncheon at 1 o'clock Friday, Instead, It was announced today. All past presidents have been requested to attend. Two Events The Needle Club of Bakersfield Court No. 32, Order of the Amaranth, will meet at the home of Mrs. Emily Marks ( Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock for a resular session. On Friday night a card party will be given nt the home of Mrs. Hallle Dernberger, 1720 Orange street. Bridge and five hundred will be played. Refreshments will be served. Prizes are various attitudes of adults In tho home, on children. He claims 60 per cent of the stuttering In children and SO per cent of the hesitancy In speech Is caused by dissensions In home conditions. Of especial Interest to Mr. Dale's audience last night was his comments on community activities. He said the element of success of any community project Is a whole family being able to work together. When father, mother and children of varying ages can spend an evening of profit, entertainment and well being at a community gathering, the bugaboos of juvenile delinquency, estrangement In the home, and neighborhood squabbles, are well in the background, he said. J. C. Walser. Paul Derkum, Charles Wemmer, and Sam Lynn left today for Santa Marl.i to take part In the initiation of a H. E. Stubbs class by the const city aerie tonight. \ planned. The public Is invited. -*- Mesdames— Howard Ireland R. T.MInton Flossie Stlenian G rover Shackelford John Harmon Sam Zaohary Misses— Alberta Minton ' Mary Ann Car- Wllliur Wlllard lock Virginia Zachnry Janice Willard . « t • * On Eighteenth Birthday In honor of her mother, Mrs. lr. Hensley, Mfs. Joe Glantz entertained at a party Monday afternoon celebrating her eighteenth birthday anniversary. Cards were played and refreshments served. The guests, Hensley, were Mcsdames F. E. Crenier J, A. Reedy RETURN FROM TRIP Mrs. Julia Bradley of the Malcolm Brock Company's fashion floor, spent several days in Los Angeles last week, with her assistant, Mrs. Bessie Freelove, making selections of spring fashions. Mrs. Bradley declares because of the tremendous rush of orders, .manufacturers are running their factories at full capacity, and, even with that, they are finding difficulty In making deliveries. Consequently, Mrs. Bradley states, it may bo two weeks bo- fore complete assortment will be In the store. She says shipments have started coming In, and every day will see something new arriving in spring apparel. 4 « » CONCERT POSTPONED Miss Ruth Morgan, adviser of tho Bakersfleld High School Musicians Club, again directed attention today to the postponement ot the Fred Scott concert, originally slated for this evening 1 , to a later. date, February 7. Tho postponement was necessitated by a change In Wr. Scott's schedule of appearances, and the local high school auditorium will remain dark tonight. RECITAL POSTPONED The piano recital to have been given by advanced pupils of -Mrs. Harry Blnns tonight has been postponed until February; It was announced today. Miss Lillian Steuber of Los Angeles, young piano artist, who was to have attended was unable to make the trip because of Inclement weather but will fulfill her engagement in February. Pupils who will play include Alice Nlcoll, Mrs. Dorothy Moore, Jess Jones, Martha LaBrler, Phlllppa Ann, Hlldegarde Flelsher of Mnrlcopa, Betty Tribe, Betty Goldlng, Robert Leon Bas-r. Irene Knowles, and Madeline Casselman. Business College Finds Employment Lufktn's Business College Issued a statement today which combats the theory that at least temporary unemployment Is unavailable. Mrs. H. R. Lufkln has sent 10 girls to temporary •positions and placed one graduate inn permanent position during the last month. The honor roll of the school for the month Includes: Beulah Agey, Cella Baer, Delbert Bain, Margaret Caffee, Marie Eyherablde, Paula Flelsher, Pauline ' Gann, Yvette Gueydam, Greta Halmos, Rowena Johnson, Berta Moore, Ruth Moorish, Jane Walser and Wanda Walser. Russia Will Be Topic for Society "Russia" will be the subject, with Mrs. W. A. Warburton as tho leader when the Missionary Society of First Presbyterian Church meets at the church Friday evening at 7: 30 o'clock. The Friendly Class Is in charge. Mrs. Hugo Fisher will conduct du- votlonals. Mrs. W. W. Speakman hn.s charge of the musical program. Mrs. Walter Jaynes will present vocal selections accompanied by Mrs. Pearle Smith. Mrs. John Murdoch will read a paper on missionary Influence fn China. The Misses Dorothy Harpstor and Fay Nellson will present a vocal duet. and the Blue and White quarfet ot the high school, composed of William Robb, first tenor; Jim Anderson, sec> ond tenor; Jim Stone, first bass, ami Jim Stramler, second bass, will sing. The public Is being bidden. * SON TO ANDERSENS Mr. and Mrs. Ted Andersen of Delano are announcing the arrival of^a. son, born Friday, January 13, at Mercy Hospital. The little boy la their second child, having been preceded in their household by Toddy, Jr., age 2 years. _ _^^ In addition to Mrs. J. Richardson (•'rank West .William Madlll \4. Carter Ijestev Carter * * * United Sewing Club Members of tho United Sewing Club will meet fYlclay nfternoon instead of Wednesday, as foi-merly reported. The session will be held (it the homo o!' Mrs. Willlnm Madlll, 1020 Grace street. * « « "Just Another" Bridge Club Mm. Frank Williams will entertain members of "Just Another" bridge club Thursday night at. her home, 1G29 Alta Vista Drive. * * * ' Sunset Embroidery Club Sunset Kmbroldery club will meet for a 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday nfternoon nt the hnjno of Mrs. Elbert Tolle, 2000 Snn Einldlo street. « « ¥ Returns From South , Mrs. Frank Hagen has returned. from a several-day visit In Los Angeles, NO TABLETS ARE GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN WITHOUT THIS CROSS E R CHICKEN DINNER Panama Ladles' Aid Society will serve a chicken dinner at a small cost at 6:80 o'clock Friday evening. Mrs, B. H. Jordan Is chairman of arrange ments, F Is Your Rest Disturbed? to clear PIMPLES Cleanse the skin with Resinol Soap. It refreshes, And refine*. ApplysoothingRes- inol Ointment to every irritation. Let Ointment remain as long as convenient. Wash off with Resinol Soap. This simple treatment once or twice daily, makes the skin clearer, fresher, more velvety in a few days. For skin trouble anywhere, use Resinol. 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