The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 17, 1933 · Page 7
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THE 3AKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1933 An Old-Fashioned Mother" Be Presented by Senior Society "Xn Old Fashioned Mother," a Way In three aots, will be presented by the members of the senior Christian Endeavor Society of the •. First Christian church, Friday evo- nlnft- In the church 'social hall. The Plot of the play concerns life, 20 years -ago, In the small village of Canton In northern New York state. The rehearsals of, the village singing school provide the action around which the plot proceeds until a fitting climax Is reached. . The following cast has been reIienrslng: under the direction of Orval Graves: Deborah Underbill, the old fashioned mother, Miss Harriet JVat- ertt? "Wldder Bill Plndle," Mrs, .Alta Plerson; Miss Lowlzy Lovlhy Custard, Mrs. Blanche Williamson; Isabel Slmscott, Mrs. Bernlce Garrett: Olorlana Perkins. Miss Kathertne Holhmd; Sulkcy Plndle, Miss . Bessie Mitchell; John Underbill, Lee Mrilhlte; Charllo Underbill, Ray Plerson; Brother Jonah Quackenbush, Tim McDonald; Jerry Oosling, Dexter Oarrett: Enoch Rone, Reginald Tjenhort; and Quintus Todd, sheriff, Clyde Blalock. Proceeds from the event will be used to assist In finishing the room occupied by the senior group, It was announced by the president, Lee Wll- Wte. CAMP FIRE COUNCIL Mrs. J. TV. Voorhle's, first vice- president of the district P. T. A. will speak to the members of the Kern County Camp Fire Council tomorrow evening, when the council holds Its nnnual dinner In the Guild hall of tho St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Serving begins at 6:30 o'clock. Mrs. Voorhles will speak on a phase of the Camp Fire work. A program will be presented by tho ' memoers of the Camp Fire groups of Bakersfield, under tho direction of Mrs. Oman Burton. The Watuhlyl group will present throe Instrumental numbers. Mrs. Basil H. Peterson Is guardian. The Aboha Hanta group will produce "The Road to Adventure," a play, under the direction of Mrs. Anna Humble, guardian. Barbara DORS of Mrs. Margaret Sage's Wakl- tattna group, will give a reading and the Sunowa and Wnlotahnl groups will Ding Indian songs. Mrs. E. J. Symmes unrt^llss Elolso Harris are guardians. During the regular business session following the program, the offices of council president, second vice-president, treasurer ' and trustees will be • filled. The officers, will hold office for the next two years, the remaining to be selected next year. Mrs. C. L. Campbell, president, will conduct the meeting. Anyone Interested In the Camp Fire work arc cordiallv Invited to attend the dinner, "It was ' announced today. Reservation should be made with Mrs. W. O. Harman, county executive, wh<5 Is general chairman for the dinner. Argonauts Home From Gathering in Los Angeles f> . •- , - ; , Prospects for peace, unemployment problems as they face young people,, and social welfare were the general themes "at an Argonaut*' conference' of Congre- national church young' people at' First .Congregational church of Lot Angeles, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Reports were made Sunday evening by the Misses' Alberta.. Parker, Rachel Marten, Mildred Stockton and Ona Mae Hastings. Mrs. Margaret Sage accompanied the your.g people south. Six delegates from First church and as many from Olldale Congregational church attended. " Three hundred and forty young people of high school'age were present altogether. O.S.GRANT1LBE HEARD ON Colonel O. S. Grant, well-known Impersonator and musician and staff artlat at KQW radio station In San Jose, will be the featured entertainer Saturday evening, when tho members of the Rio Bravo Christian Endeavor basketball club present an evening's program In the Rio Bravo schoolhouse. Colonel Grant Is from McFarland and known locally for his characterizations of the various American born "foreigners." The re'mainder of tha program will Include numbers from the Rio Bravo group, and Include a short, one-act play, "Moonshine." presented by Har- lln Wilson and Woodrow Graves, nnd .various musical numbers. Refreshments will be served at the close of the evening. Tickets to the affair are being sold for a nominal sum by members of the basketball club, as well as other members of the C. E. Society. The committee in charge Includes Vercll Wilson, Woodrow Graves and Cecil White. Members of the basketball club, who are In the middle of a successful season In the Tnterchurch Basketball League, Includo T. J. Bussell, Adrian Lewis, Hnrlin Wilson, Cecil White, Vercii Wilson, Alpha Combs, Lawrence Heath, Harlln White, Leslie Heath, Paul and Woodrow Graves and Whiting Martin, coach. SELLS MILK ROUTE » McFARLANP, Jan. 17.— T. J. Lytlc. who has had charge of the McFarlnnd milk route for the past two years, has sold his route and equipment to A. R. Grober. Mr. Lytle still hns his herd of cows and will sell his milk to "Our Own Dairies" -of Los Angele---. Mr. Grover, who has been serving a part of the McFarland people with milk, will servo the entire town both morning and evening. CLUB TO MEET TAFT, Jan. 17. — The Stronghe.art Club will meet Wednesday afternoon at the homo of Mr. *T. M. McMahon at G25 San Emldio treet, with Mrs. Bessie Friday as cohoatess. Tho meet- Ing will open at 1:30 o'clock. All members and their friends are cordially In- vlted to enjoy the nftornooii, _ Drip Coffee has come to town ( It has changed the coffee \ customs of a nation J * Entirely new — * Distinctly different — Far more flavor — Far less cost — Impossible ? Try it ! Like i«t a lot ~ or your money back,! At your grocer's now Schillln Drip DRIP Coffee Maker and 1 lb. of Schilling DRIP Coffee $1?O at your grocers or send 41.20 to A Schilling & Co., San Francisco. Money back if not satisfied. For , Percolator or ordinary Coffee Pot use Standard Schilling" Coffee as usual. PLANS FiTHERED Preregistration Finds Sixty- Five Persons interested; Begins January 30 With 75 members of seven churches present, plans were furthered at a meeting last night for a Bakersfleld community religious educational train- Ing school. The classes will open January 30- for five evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock at First Baptist church. Tho Rev. John Murdoch, pastor of First Presbyterian church, will act as dean and tho Rev. Samuel C. Carson, pastor of Olldale Congregational church, will be the registrar/ Carl Miller, chairman of the committee' on curriculum, is now In the south se- luotlng texts and conferring with the faculty. Sixty-five persons have registered, so far, and registration will be continued In tho various Sunday schools. . Such a training school with Its constructive consequences, Is an Important factor In preventing juvenile delinquency, according to C. M. Johnson, probation officer, .who was the main speaker last evening. Other talks were made by the Rev. Messrs. Frank O. Belden, 'A. S. Donat, John Murdoch, Samuel C. Carson and Mr. Mark Wll- COJC. In tho absence of Carl Miller, Clifford Saint represented the committee on curriculum. The training' school committee Includes Sir. Miller, Mr. Saint,' Mrs. A. G. Borst, Mrs. O. M. Armstrong, Mrs. Charlotte David and Mrs. C. C. Hawroth. Instructors will Include Dr. Jesse Lee Corley of the Methodist board In Los Angeles; Dr. H. B. Mather, also of Los Angeles, and other distinguished church men. A N INTERESTING meeting of the Buttomvlllow P. T. A. was held recently at the schoolhouse. The meeting: was called to order by tho vice-president, Mrs. Rosa Brower. •The flag- salute was given and tho secretary's and treasurer's reports given and accepted. Mrs. J. R. HoIIIday, who has been ill the past five months, sent In her resignation and It was accepted with regret. A program for Founders' day was planned and a committee appointed as follows; Miss Lucy Wooden, Mrs. J. E. Spoon and Mrs. Dan Fulton. A vote of thanks was given to the steam plant men who donated $10 to help push the milk wagon for the children. The cafeteria report was given and accepted by members. There has been nearly 1000 free lunches given needy children since school began. Two new members were added to the roll as follows: Mrs. Hazle Cooper and Mrs. 'Alice Porter. / At an executive meeting Immediately following adjournment, Mrs. Brower was appointed president for the rest of the year. TAFT, Jan. 17.— St. Mary's P. T. A. mot recently In St. Mary's School with a large attendance. The following were appointed on standing committees as chairmen for the coining year: Program, Mrs. Charles P. Dlschler; publicity, Mrs. M. Ley; membership, Mrs. Thomas House; hospitality, Mrs. A. D. Jose; student aid, Mrs. J. H. Harty; penny drill, Mrs. Grace McMillan; school nurse, Mrs. J. Sayers; St. Mary's P. T. A. Sewing Club, Mrs. M. Axt; Founder's day chairman, Mrs. Mae Eddinger. The following women will have charge of the monthly card party January 27, in St. Mary's hall; Mesdames, C. P. Dlschler, A. D. Jose, J. H. Harty and E, Fuglt. Hostesses for the February Bridge tea are Mrs. G. A. Dlffenbaugh and Mrs. J. H. Helsel. Mothers from the first and second grade room will bo hostesses at tho February meeting, they being Mesdames E. F. Eggert, J. M. Brown, Fayl Curtis and Harry McCann. The attendance prize was won by the third and fourth grade room and the door prize by Mrs. M. F. Sullivan. A Founders' day program was planned by the Founders' day chairman for February 17 In St. Mary's School. OILDALE, Jan. 17. — A meeting under P. T. A. auspices will bo held at the Standard School tonight at 7:30 o'clock, In Standard School auditorium. This, meeting will be conducted by John S. Dale, a member of the state department of education. Mr. Dale's subject will be "What Does the Adult Owe to the Youth of Today?" All members of the P. T. A., also all parents and interested adults, are asked to attend. There will be an attendant to cure for small children that cannot be left at homo. N. vFf. Farnham will be chairman of this evening's program. v TAFT, Jan. 17.— Tho Midway cnt-Teacher Association of Fellows will servo a turkey dinner Tuesday night from C to 8 o'clock In tlio Midway School cafeteria, open to the public, with the proceeds to bo used for student aid work. Tho dads' council of Hawthorne P. T, A. will hold u business meeting In tho office of tho principal, J. David Laird, 011 Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. All "dads" of tho Hawthorne School district are Invited to be present. E. J. Nielsen Is secretary and J. R. Robinson, president. More than 600,000,000 tons of coal uro mined in tho United States annually. REDUCED PRICES on PLATES Quick Service ' Office Over Klmball A Stone Nineteenth and Chester OR. GOODNIGHT Church Member to Be Honored at Farewell Fete A potluok dinner will b« enjoyed by tha numbert or the Trinity Methodlit • church on Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock, It was announced today. The honor guett of the evening .will be Mrs. L. 8. Baker, who has bean actively Idantlflad with th» Eait Bakenfleld church for the last 80 years and who la Itavlng Thursday to make her future home In San Francisco. .She will Join Mr. Baker In th« bay city where he has been transferred by the Southern Pacific' Company. Officers'Elected by Thimble Club TAFT, Jan. 17.—Election of officers by Worthwhile Thimble Club was tho order of business at the last regular meeting. Officers named were Mrs. Minnie Eldson, president; Mrs. Bethel Jeffrey, vice-president; Mrs. Myrtle Coltrln, treasurer; Mrs. Rita Price, secretary; Mrs. Nancy Cameron, correspondent, and Mesdames Bertha Olson, Myrtle Bennett and Merle Alns- worth, members of the board of finance. Installation will be held on January 28 In Legion hall. Hostesses for that day will bo Mrs. Clara McNamara and Mrs. Merle Alnsworth. PLANNING DANCE Informal Affair January to Be Open to Public at Club Ballroom 28 Hoping to plan one of the most successful affairs of the kind thoy have ever given, members of tho Phi Chi fr'taernlty expent to spend the greater part of Wednesday night's meeting In preparation for an Informal d/anco January 28 at the Woman's Club hallT A flvo-pleoo orchestra has boon engaged by Pete Meters and Mancol Guthric, the committee In charge. Some time will be given also, according to Wrilter Not-manly, president, to arranging an annual Italian "feed" for February 22, and a bridge party In February. . Earl A hi man and Joo Collins will report a food attended by 30 members and guests at the Kern river canyon recently. Reports on a province meeting Sunday at Visalla, the first this year, will bo made. Six men attended from here, including Pete Meiers, Mancol Guthrlo arid Mathow Hothersall, who were elected <vloo-consul, treasurer and guard, respectively. MAPLE SCHOOL STUDENT UNIT ENJOYS INTERESTING PROGRAM W ASCO, Jan. 17.—Many things of Interest wore discussed at the last meeting of tho "Maple School Student League." Such' things as the wasting of paper nnd soap, untidiness In and about the buildings, profanity, caring for tho playground apparatus, honesty In games, as well AS conduct to and from school, are reported to the discipline leader who In return reports to tho Cabinet League, and after It Is discussed, punishment Is decreed to the offender, Tho real purpose of this league Is three-fold: To give the pupil leadership, to assist others In making tho play period enjoyable and peaceful, Center's Luncheons Will Be Resumed Women of the Magunden community are announcing a regular monthly luncheon for \ o'clock, February 1, at the Community hall, The luncheons are proving particularly popular ..with bridge clubs throughout Bakersftold and community, tho women enjoying tho hospitality of tho pleasant clubrooms for a three-course luncheon and afternoon of play. None wore served this month on account of holiday activities, and to assist tho teachers wherever possible. After the business meeting the following program watt given: Song, "Home on the Range"; dialogue, by Winnie Wlebo and WMHo Rfseaoff, demonstration of the use of tho spinning wheel, given by Mrs. D. D. Unruh which was' of great Interest as some of the girl* would like to learn to spin again; Miss McCullough, talk on tho care of the teeth, and a German song by, Martha and Htildn Suderman and Grace Warkontlnc. The meeting was called,to order by Anna Sllvkpff, president of the league, The program Was In charge «of Sam Chernablff. Henry Schaldach Visits Relatives Henry Schaldach, U. C. football hero and halfback star of tho East-West gamo, has been spending several days with his 'uncles, George Haberfeldo and William J. Haberfelde of Bakersfield and John Haborfeldo of Delano. Ho arrived Tuesday and returned to his homo In San Francisco Monday. Mr. Schaldach addressed classes at tho McFarland and Delano high schools, and attended installation services of tho Doluno lodgo of Masons, at which John Haberfolde was Installed as worshipful master. MEETING TO PLAN WELFAfCENTER Fine Program Arranged for Session Wednesday Night at Vineland School Bert Kasley's "Jazz Babies," two expression pupils of Mrs. Myra Wallace Doss, and Hal Grlffls, vocal soloist, will offer a special program Wednesday night when a community gathering Is held at tho Vineland School In connection with a Farm Bureau session. The object Is to or-, Rnnlze a community welfare center for Weed Patch and Mountain View districts, together with a. Red Cross unit. All porsoiiH of the community are being extended a coralal Invitation; talks will bo made by prominent residents of the locality. Program numbers were arranged by Judge M. F. Parish and Mrs. Lester Krlclc. 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