The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 19, 1933 · Page 11
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 11

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, January 19, 1933
Page 11
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. -T. -I . - •• '2 'M' -» ^*ir -• •" " ' V 'L t" '" TtiE'BAKERSFlELD CALIFORNIA^ > * - - i -* THURSDAYJANUARY f 19, 1933 f RGYNTWI BEIEAD SiRTLY Play-Reading Section Thealer Devotes First Meeting to Comedy Tbsen's ''Peer Gynt" will be the next pluy'to ( be rend by tho play-reading n section of tho Bakorsfield. Community Theater It was decided at the first meeting, held last night with an excellent attendance, at the Women's Rest House on' T street. Mrs. Du-Igljt T.,. Clarke, 1809 Beech street, Is opening her homo for the meeting: which will. tag February 14, and/ will provide tho musical background for the piny, A cast to read the leading roles will be selected by Qenrge C. Ingelow. chairman. "r*ady Windermere's Fan" -(Oscar "Wilde ) WHH read last evening, with leading roles taken • by Mrs. K. S. McKoc, Mrs. D wight L. Clark, Mrs. D. S. Atwood, Mark F. "Wllcox, Mr. An. wood, Harry Dillon, Mr. Tngelow, Dr. K. G. Zlmmer, Donald Galbrallh, and Miss Josephine • Women of the Moose ri to Convene Friday , • _ Nominations for treasurer will be held when the Women of tho Moose * conduct n regular nieeting Friday evening at the Moose hall. • A card party will be sponsored with Mrs. A. L.. ICnoles, Mrs. Harry Krough and airs. Harold Broom o In charge. MAN BEST QUILTERI MONBTT, Mo., Jan. 19. (A. P.)— The women of Monett held a quilt show and a man was the victor, tin Blerman won over 8C entries. Job's Daughters Grand Guardian Coming Jan. 24 Mrs. Leila Bachelder of Berk*- r • Icy, grand guardian of Job's Daughters wilt pay a visit to the local bethel January 24. At that time a program will be presented and work of the organization will be exemplified. • Several members of the Bakersfield bethel will Journey to Taft Saturday night to witness Instillation services for the West Side organization. . Second Semester of School Will Open ,' • -i. TAFT, Jan. 10.—Ambitious mc*n nnd women, of Taft have an excellent opportunity of obtaining a sound commercial education through the facilities of the Taft Evening Night School which opens Its second semester Monday evening, January 23, at 7 o'clock. Five practical courses will be open nt that time for new registrants and those Interested nre ureged to enroll ami take advantage of thla opportunity. Classes In bookkeeping, typing, shorthand, bank bookkeeping, and commercial law will bo offered. •. V ENTERTAIN AT PARTY TAFT, Jan. 19.—Miss Ruth Easley entertained at nn enjoyable surprise party at her home, 630 San Emidlo street, recently. In honor of the anniversary of Miss Porothy Hovls* fifteenth birthday. Games were played and refreshments served. Those attending were Thehna and Ruth" Ingrntiam, Ruth Mere, Olga Deck, Ruth Vaughn, Evelyn Griffin, Ada Easley, Audrey ' Hovls, Lynn Dane, Verio Mullln, Jay Hill, don Fritts. Ray S. Salisbury, ber Alton, Carl Eaaley and the honor guest. Gor- Wll- LAST DAYS NTIRE STOCK OF TH AT NEW LOWER REDUCTIONS Values to $6.50 N'S NOVELTY SHOES Attractive new styles from higher- priced groups have been added, making some amazing values. Any wanted leather, including suedes, and heel In pumps, straps, oxfords and sport oxfords. Sizes 2>/ 2 to 9. Final clean-up, $1.88 pair. CLEA VALUES TO $7.50 Women's Quality Footwear Fashion's latest in pumps, straps, dress oxfords and sport oxfords. Spanish, boulevard and collefllate heels. Blacks, browns and two- tontd effects. AA to EEE. Values to $7.50. Last days, Friday and Saturday, $2.69. SHOES VALUES TO $7.50 Tan or black oxfords, calfskins and kidskins.^ Snappy mod«ls. Values to $7.90. Last days, Friday and Saturday, $2.89. Narrowwidth) Jemi MI9 19th ST. rices'Perfect Fit For Every Foot + And Now the Family Service Laundry Does Wet Wash ^^ ___ • at 4 Cents Per Pound Minimum Bundle, 50c Thursday, Friday and Saturday of Each Week Phone 2040 830 California Avenue, Bakersfield CHARITY IRK TO I ™t Rebekahs, Odd Fellows BUSY AUXILIARY Install Officers for 1933 i i - 1 Legion Women to Carry On Welfare Activity in Own Communily FELLOWS. Jan. 19.—Adopting a slogan "Charity begins nt home," Cecil Thompson Unit, No..B3, American Legion Auxiliary of Fellows, is carrying 'out Its plans, announcement being made at the mooting of the unit last night that shoos and stockings and other clothing l)Rd been provided to a veteran's^wldow and children. Mes- da'mea Irene Bennett and Edith Blades were appointed to Investigate the needs of a family In the community and tho auxiliary, on the next meeting of the sewing club, will make two quilts and donate them to a needy family. ••.An afghan was made and Honated to the unit by Mrs. Mabel Gubleman. Mrs. Hcaslcy and Mrs. Blades and it will bo sold. to raise unit funds for welfare work. The afghan will bo displayed In tho window of the Nel- uon- Bakery. Mrs, Elaine Baron reported tho .Americanism committee will will on Midway School to arrange for the writing of essays on "The Constitution" by eighth grade students. Two small cash prizes will be awarded. Mosdames Harriet Slater and Ethel Lewis were named to serve on a first aid committee and will co-oporato with the Legion members who have had training and with tho Boy Scout troop sponsored by the post. A meeting will bo held for study of this service at 7 o'clock, on the next meet- Ing nlgjit, February 7 at the Legion hall, . ' Mrs: "Winifred Munsey, poppy chairman, will order 300 popples at onco and will arrage for a poppy poster contest at tho Midway School for which two cash prlz'es will be given. Mrs. Anna Gusner reported a doll will bo dressed to represent an allied country of a community Industry for a contest of units at .the state convention. Mrs. Harriet Slater was appointed publicity chairman for tho unit. A letter from Mrs. Percy Watklns, n member who resides at Casitas Springs, was read In answer to a round-robin letter sent at tho last meeting. Mrs. Kffle Teel was elected unit historian. Mrs. ISialne Baron gave an interesting report on the. county council and district meetings at Bakcrsfleld. Mrs. '.Slater, chairman of tho legislative committee, reported on the proposed slashes In veterans' allowances and will send air-mall letters to all senators and congressmen asking them to act in accord with Legion instructions. Initiation was held for six now members, the Misses Carrie Carries and Katherlne Wilson and Mcsdames I Evelyn Townc, Sidney Keyos, Susie 1 Smith and Mary Grlffeath. A banquet followed the ceremony at which each of the units' past presidents reported some humorous happening during her year as president and some outstanding accomplishment. Mrs. Grace Wright, past v resident of Bakersfield unit, made some amusing and" instructive remarks. Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Delia Saner of Taft, Mrs. Blanche Hlnkle of Taft and Mrs. Louise M. Theroux" of Chicago were visitors. Mrs. Wright Won the guest prize. Mcsdkmes Slater and Ethel Lewis were hostesses. The next meeting of the Sewing Club will be held at tho home of Mrs. Lewis, with Mrs. Susie Smith assisting, January 26. PARTY IS ENJOYED TAFT, Jan. 19,—A birthday party was given by Mrs. William Hecs in honor of her 6-year-old daughter, Verna, recently. Little Miss Recs received many pretty gifts. Games were played, ihd prizes were awarded to Bobble Trahan, first, and Katherlne Smith, second, after which refreshments were served. Attending the party were Betty Brooks, Ca- mllle Raj', Helen and Katherlne Smith, Bobble Trahan, Gene Kees, Billy Lovitt. J.unior Sobel, Gene Wright, Charles Berry, Tommy Uees and the honoree, Verna Rees. T AFT, Jan. 10.—More than 200 Odd Follows, Ttebekahs and their families witnessed the seating of new officers of Taft Rebekah Iiodgc, No. 343, and Taft Lodge, No. 420, Odd Fellows at n Joint beremony recently In the Odd Fellows hall. C. U Holms, deputy grand master of district No. 75, with his official staff, compoHed of the following past grinds; Wes Parmontor, deputy grand wrirden; William Devlno, deputy grand marshal; I/. A. Lambert, deputy grand secretary; William Brayant, deputy grand treasurer; Ruff Halter, deputy grand chaplain and Ruff Deaton, deputy Inside guardian, Installed for tho Odd Fellows. For Rebekah Lodge Mrs. Margaret Ouerln, of Wasco, district deputy, president of District No. 36, of the Rebekah Assembly of California, assisted by Valeria Swlnk, deputy grand marshal; Margaret Brown,, deputy grand warden; Ixiulse WIlllamH, deputy grnnd secretary; Amelia Unruh, deputy grand chaplain; Mrs. C. Kylo, deputy grand Inside guardian, all of Wasco and Edith Bryant,* deputy grand treasurer, of Marlcopa; Grace Davis, deputy grand musician, of Taft, seated the Ilebekah officers. Newly Installed Rebokah officers are Mrs. Lena M. Russell, junior past noble grand; Mrs. Margaret E. Spangle, noblo grand; Mrs. Lela Hamm, vice-grand; Mrs. Armlta Thomas,' recording secretary; Mrs. May Ayers, financial secretary; Mrs. Charlotte Smith, treasurer; Mrs. Mury K Head, chaplain; Mm. Francis Ross, warden; •Mrs. Oeralcllne King, conductor; Mrs. jMyrtlo Moodlc, mu.slelan; Mrs. Francis Harp, inside guardian; Mra. Arlclo Keely, outside guardian; Mrs. Flor. ence Frank, right supporter, noble |grand; Mra. Daisy Davidson, left supporter, 7ioble grand; Mrs. J.'Iva Wilson, right supporter to vice-grand; Mrs. Opal Harnes, left supporter to vice- grand; Margaret Beavera, right scene supporter; Jewel .Berry, left scene supporter. Odd Fellows' Staff Officers of the Odd . Fellows installed were Ernest Boucher, junior ,nast grand; W. S. Parker, noble grand; K. 10. Woodbarry, vice-grand; A. H. Harp, secretary; K. C. King, treasurer; William Graham for C. D. Rosa, chaplin; F. A. Landwehr, warden; J. A.tHowt-11, conductor; C. A. Purkqr, outside guardian; J. K. Haven, Inaido guardlun; L. D. Keith, right (supporter, noble grand; A. Smith, left supporter, noblo grand; J, S. Himondw, right supporter, vice-grand; J. C. Armstrong, left supporter, vice-grand; R. W. Jennings, right scene supporter; II. Heeren. left scene supporter. Following the Installation ceremony, two numbers were presented. "Mother Mat-hree," dedicated to the noble grand, Mrs. Margaret 12. Spangle, was sung by the mixed quartet and Mrs. Blanche Matlock sang "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling,'* accompanied by J.Irs. Jean del Bondlo. The program was then turned over to E. E, Wood- -,-m- — — - - -_--- B --- , with a gift from Mrs. Thomas re- well-choscn words berry and entertainment was given In honor of Thomas \Vlldoy, who first In* troduced Odd Fellowship to America. Tho program was as follows: "Thomas Wlldlcy," by IT. O. Maxwell; piano duets, by Donald • MoPhor and Cecil Murdock; song. Mrs. C, Llndway, ac- .companied by Mrs. Allen; troubadour troupe of Mnrloopa tl Mnry Lytle, Mary Devlno, Clnrn Simons, Alice Newman, violins, nnd Hetty Newman, piano; song, Ruth Elaine Greene, nccom- prnled by Mrs, Lauretta Prcntor. Tho program for Thomas AVHdetf wan given by tho throo Odd Fellows and three Rebekah lodges of the West Side. Short talks we're given by Mrs. Margaret auerln, district deputy president, and C, L. TTelm, district deputy grand master. Mrs. Maggie V. Young, past noble grand, prenentefl the out- fcolng noble grand, Mrs. Ixsna M. Ruswell, with a past officers* pin, and E. K. Woodborry presented the outgoing •no.blo grand of tho Odd Fellows, Ernest Boucher, with a ring. Both responded and thanked the officers and members for their loyal support during the past term. Mm. Lena M. Russell presented her drill captain, Mra. Arminta Thomas, the degree team, spondctl with a feu of thanks, The banquet room was beautifully decorated and light refreshments were served by Mrs. Maggie V. Young, as- slated by Mesdamcs May Ayros, Francis Harp, Mabrey T-andon, Margaret Pecjc and Hazel Townsend. Tho hall was decorated with baskets of flowers 'and pepper houghs. Mrs. Mary E. Head was chairman of the decorations committee, aided by Mesdames Martha Barker, Willard C. Bailey and Lena J. Head. DEPRESSION PARTY MOJAVE, Jan. 19.—A Christian Endeavor depression party will bo held on Friday night, January 20, at 7:30 at tho Community church. Old clothes must be worn or a fine will bo assessed. A depression lunch will be served. Lorraine Teaguo Is chairman of tho affair. Bread " lino will form about 10 o'clock. •v«taH*»«»*^^>« SMARTER TEACHERS MEET SHAFT13R, Jan. 19.—The, Touchers' Club met in the muBlc room of tho Rlchland Grammar School lust evening. Hosts were O. T. Olson, E. J. Pcery, R. E. Grlbble and Jack Singer of Maple. Miss Ann Harder gave a talk on her trip to Europe the paat summer. Refreshments were served. MEETING AT MOJAVE MOJAVE, Jan. 19.—Christian Endeavor will meet at 3 o'clock next Sunday, January 22, when the Kern county C. E. president, Vercll Wilson, will bo present. Other county officers will accompany him. Refreshments will be . served. Members are requested to be present and all Interested persons are Invited. . Last •^ j Chance Sale ne difference oetween fine pepto pepj> er an thing. But its just those little things hat ma A erence ne coo nary COFFEE'TEA-BAKING POWDER • EXTRACTS Good Millinery r EVERY DAY—We arc continuing our sacrifice sale on all our beautiful stock of merchandise. We are offering the greatest bargains ever. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE MONEY ALL PICTURES AND MIRRORS Half Price CREPE PAPER lOc Package . 15c Decorated Ouf Entire Stock of FclU $100 and Go for $195 7'/ 2 c PfCTURE FRAMES $1.00 Frames . . . $ 1.50 Frames . . . $2.00 Frames . . . SMOKING SETS • Cloning Out at Your Price Fine fur Felts that can bo worn for sportswear. Values up to $10,50—of the nationally known Knox and Stetson. Marvel Millinery and Dress Shoppe • Brower Building 1525 Nineteenth Street VALENTINE CARDS AND PARTY FAVORS NORA'S BEAUTY PARLOR Special—3-Oil Manicures, $1.00 Guaranteed Permanent Waves— Moderate Prices 1820 Chester Avenue CLUB LEADER Reports Will Be Heard at Congregational Church Dinner Gathering The annual banquet and mooting of the First Congregational Church will bo held Friday evening at fl:3b o'clock In Plymouth hull, according lo the announcement of the pastor, tho A, s. bonat. Tho turkey dinner is in charge of Mrs. K. W. Rich, with members of f tho Guild and Irftdlos Aid assisting, A table la reserved for tho Argonauts with Mrs. Margaret S. Sngo as hOfltCRB. Tho business IncludoH reports from < the church clerk, Mrs. T. !L. McCuon; T. F. Burko, trustee; II. J. Hurt, financial secretary; K. "W. Rich, treasurer of benevolences; doacona, Mrs. TJ. S. Ilarmun; organist and oholr, Mrs. H. J. Burt; Sunday school, cradle roll, Mrs. S. C'. Long; begin* ncrs, Mrs. H. J. CuHtngton, primary, Mrs. M. K. WI1C.OX. juniors, Mrs. A. S. Donat, Intermediate and Keillors, Mist) Harriet BUHH ,und Mrs. IT, K, OlckHon, Argonauts, adviser, Mrs. Sage and Walter TUley, president; V'Yiendshlp cluss, M. 1«\ WHeox; homo department, MI.HH Mnry Duss; Chinese church, Mrs. A. P. IIiirnCHn; Brotherhood, O. O. Sugen; Ladles Aid, Mrs. H. C. Long; Plymouth Guild, Mrs. TT. T. Strong; Boy Scouts, Dr. Keftncth Hamltn, and Camp Flro Girls, Miss W. G. Hunt. The report of the nominating committee will bo mado by Mrs. James Ogdcn. An Invitation to tho dinner and meeting Is extended all friends ns well as members of tho church. RUIDESSES WILL J MEET: PARTY ALSO Twenty-Five Prizes lo Given Tonight During Circle Function In addition to a regular meeting of Smnner Circle, Order of DrulrlcRsen tonight at 7:30 oVlook nt Druids' halt/ ;i card party will be hold, starting at —Iloemar Photo MISS RUTH LYONS A MALGAMATION of the'California Letiffno of Business nnd Profos- stonnl Women's ClubH with the Cnllfor- nlii Federation in Fresno recently hud r\H one of It* resultn the retirement of MlHK Uulh LyoiiH of this city as first vloo-prcsldont. Her duties wore completed with the consummation of tho merger, and new officer*! will preside atp the annual federation convention May 21 In San Jose.* Upon being relieved of her heavy club duties Miss Lyons assumed new cesponslbUItles an prenldent of St. Margaret's Guild of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, and will preside In that capacity at tho first regular* mooting' of the now administration \VudneKday. Mrs. Mary MarHlen, aroh Drujdess will preside over the meeting, and jilso will act us chief hostess of the party as the chairman of the committee on arrangements. Mrldgu, five hundred, whist and pctlro will be played. Twenty-five prizes will be donated. A small admission charge will be a shod nt tho door. —•• CLASS HAS DINNER TAFT, Jnn. 10.-l'upil« In Mr.s. Jos- slo Stockman's third grado class of (he Taft Primary School on joyed n most unusual dinner yesterday when the class sat down to a real Mexican dinner In tho lunnhroom of the primary building. Guests v.-cro Miss Mnxella Mushes, third grade teacher, and Mra. Mattle Cheney, principal, AMNESTY FOR 2000 SOFIA, Jan. 10. UJ. P.)—Two thousand prisoners in Bulgarian jails were granted amnesty today In celebration of tho birth of the Princess Maria Iconise, first-born of King Boris and Queen Joanna. night. Committees will bo appointed tit that time at tho Guild hall, ami work of the new season will be outlined. Other guild officers are JIr«. Arthur Curran, vlce-prenldent; 'Mrs. C. K Wakeflold, Jr., secretary; and Mrs. EnrI M. Price, treasurer. Right uantitics Kintball & Stone Tht Particular Druggists Phone 53 Phont 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY B.ktnfitld, Calif. , CJC Corner Ninet^nth and Chester Avenue Prom Now. on All Baby Foods at Greatly Reduced Prices Milk off Magnesia $1.25 • n t Greomulsion $1.35 • Liquid - * ™ Sargon $1.00 Super D. Cod Liver Oil $1.00 Peacock 4 Bleach Cream $1.00 Mineral Oil Quart Size Aspin Bathing Bottle Epsom Its Ho Avoca Face Clean sing Cream itosm Antiseptic Almon Lotion ream Lorrai ream ste mpoo l> Ir V

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