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I i5^ THE BAKERSFIELD CAHFORNIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1933 S0C1A Fine Program Arranged for Annual Ceremonies at Masonic Temple SOCIALITES WED Dancing, accordion nnd other instrumental numbers will furnlnh nest for a program Wedm-sdiiy night when BakefHfleld Pyramid nf Sclots No, 11 installs officers for 1933, ut tho Masonic temple. Tho.xo to he Heated Include Sam Tobias, tupareh; Virgil Young, Mohlb; John rnmpton, Annopes; 1C. M, Johnson, PdKtophorl; Buford Fox, chancellor; Fred Neergatirfl, trusluc, ami n staff of appointive officers, to 1m announced by Mr. fulilas, Howard HoBkett, a imst toparch, chairman of nrratiKcinentH, will not UH Installing officer. The progrnm numbers for which were itsn«mblnd with the assistance of L,ee Lazc-lle, Im'luile: military tup novelty, Hcrt Kaxlcy's "Juzz liable*," the Misses rpggy Hrk-ksoii, Charlotte Uuthcrford, Mozelle Holmes, Kvelyn Lewis, and Master Ted Hand; uoi'or- dlon solus, popular selections, M!NH Dorothy Halladay; acrobatic rhythm, Geraldlne Roberts; nnd Instrumental numbers by JM Vorn and Clayton Mdwards. A caiulldi'ta will bo Initiated. All Sclots are being cordially Invited to bo present. There will he discussion of a dance Saturday, February IS, which Ilko tho Installation ceremony, officers hope to make an affair that will set a standard for coming events. A Valentine motif Is planned with balloons, serpentine and nolscmalters ordered in abundance. ST. MARGARET'S GUILD St. Margaret's Guild of Ht. Paul's Episcopal church will meet Wednesday night at 8 o'clock at the guild hall. MUs Mathilda Sweltznr and Mrs. Ward Wright, Jr., will preside as hostesses. WHO WANTS TO RIDE? The Bolu, Turkey, police have ro- duced the speed limit of motor vehicles to three miles an hour, and taxis now cruise vainly trying to pick up passengers who are rushing past them on foot. This Week Sale Short Lines of HIGH GRADE FOOTWEAR $095 Selby's "Iris" Brown, Beige, Black Straps $7.50 to $10 Values "Dr. Darling's" and "Pontiac" High-Grade Arch Support Oxfords j.50 to $11 $395 Selby's "Iris" Dull Black Kid, Reptile Trim Regular $10.00 Seller Plain Regent Pumps Black Kid, Patents, Satins, Brown and Blonde Kids Up to $8.50 Values The New Pig Skin Sport Oxfords— Ten Styles 9395 Chester Avenue Window One of the high spots of Chicago's winter social season was the wedding of George F. Getz, Jr., son of the wealthy Chicago sportsman, and Miss Olive Cox Atwatar, New York socialite. The bride and groom are shown above after the ceremony at the home of Philip Wrlgl*/ In Chicago. Fraternalism Extolled by 0. E. S. Leader at Gathering "T J. FEEli at this time there Is more need for fraternallsm than over before. Our chief duty Is to keep It alive and to live It," Mrs. Grace Rloh- ardson Buttorflekl of San Francisco, grand worthy matron of the Kastern Star, told COO members on an official visit hcra last night. The gracious organisation leader heads a body of 110,000 men and women affiliated with 490 chapters throughout the state. She and a largo staff of state officers were guests of the four Baker.sfieUl chapters and Delano chapter at a dinner Jtt Hotel 101 Tcjon last evening, followed by a meeting in the auditorium of tho Masonic temple. Praises Work Mrs. Butterfleld was enthusiastic in her praise of the work exemplified, nnd bestowed much credit on Mrs. Adelaide Mahan, district deputy. The Star leader will dedicate an Eastern Star homo In Los Angeles In the near future, probably February. Other grand officers attending were Lloyd Ellis Griffin, deputy worthy i grand patron of San Diego; Mrs. Jes- j Ble Galbraith Morris of Bakersfleld, j associate grand matron; Wallace Tay' lor Rutherford of San Jose, associate. grand patron; Gladys llusklnson, grand treasurer; Bertie Y. Todd, of Paso Roble.K, assoclato grand conductress; Mrs. Marie C. Moore of Mojave, Orand Adnh; Mrs. Louisa Starnos of Sanger, deputy of district No. 85; Mrs. Josephine Barbonl, of Vlsalla, deputy of district No. 3fi; Mrs. Delia Gregory, of Burllngame, deputy of district No. Mrs. Beulnh V. Turn- TASTES BETTER In Tree Tes. you get highest qual' ity at lowest cost.That's why Tree Tea meets today's budgets and at the same time gives you finest flavor and a distinctive, pleasing aroma. Try this M-J'B product. TREE TEA '."Blended to America'* Toife" OF ADDRESS SUBJECT Inter-related problems of the child, dome nnil -school were dlweussed by John K. Dale, chief of the Htate division nf parent education, in a Merles of meetings nt Dakerflfleld High School and at other gatherings sponsored l>y tho P. T. A. yesterday and today. Mr. Dale will conclude his scries of lectures for thin wcolt ivt Hawthorne school thla ovanlng. When the'average person thinks of oo-oporatlon, IB It real co-operation, or cheerful compliance? Thin was the question raised by Mr. Dale" at yesterday morning's meeting, Heal cooperation IB plannlnB and -working to- BOther, he said. At the afternoon meeting he discussed dayrtnirtmlng, stating that such practice was not dangerous if tho child could distinguish between tho roal and tho unreal, but that It was preferable to substitute activity for dreaming. School from the vocational standpoint was the subject for this morn- Ing's lecture, Mr. Dale . suggesting that students should remcnibor, What you are to he, you aro becoming." He nlso discussed In do- tall srhnol work and home work. Thin afternoon tho lecturer was scheduled to appear before a group of 1'. T, A. loaders from all parts of the county at a district meeting. Miscellaneous Shower Mrs. Clyde It. Spear, a recent bride, was the recipient of a surprise miscellaneous shower last night given by Mrs. K. C. Whltluy and her daugh- torH, the Mlssow Lioldlo. Nolle and Uutli, at the Wliltley homo. 2307 California avenue. Mrs. Spear, who will bo remembered an Miss Ruby Whitley, is u sjstcr-ln-law of Mrs. Whit- loy, 1'lnK and green was the color Hoheme adopted, with sweet poa», bridal plaeo cards and corsages expressing the two tones. Mrs. A, T. Douglass was In charge of entertainment which consisted of games, with prizes going to tho honoree. After refreshments had boon served little Huth Whltlfiy mid Severn! assistants, all In costume, presented tho honoreo. with gifts from the guests. Those, sharing tho affair wore: Mesdames— U. K. Hobson L. W. llawley W. S. Meyer O. 13. James J. AV. Ituebsain K. R. KgglCHton Dallas .Scfinlps Jean Shlpniiyi R K. Cvtrry ,T. \V. Weaver Noise Martin Wedded in October Anuotlncoinont hau Just boon inuda of tho marriage October Ii8 of Miss Cunuotta Mario OenntiHo, the daughter nf Mrs. Mary Oennunn of F.romio, to Konnuth Robert Stratum, tho son of Airs, f-'lorctico Strattnn of 1821 O street . Tho ceremony .was performed In A'lsalla ut noon, with thu young peopln iittondnd by Miss Ada I^Indsny and Harold Stratton, and was followed by a wedding lunohmm. Mr. and Mrs. Stratton are living at tho Ferguson apartments. Mr. Strutton Is connected with the Hullway Express Company. , Formar Tenohsr W«ds News reached nakcrsflold friends FRATERNAL Lackawanna Card Party Sponsored by I^ackuwanna Council, No. 154, Uegroo of Poouhontas, a card party will be held at 11 o'clock Thursday nftornoon In the Moose hull. Prizes will be given, llefre.shmenta will bo served. Mrs. Jean Warden Is chairman of cards and Mrs. Freeda Freeman of refreshments. Tho public Is being Invited. Caledonia Lodge Caledonia Lodge, No. 486, F. & A. M., will meet In Druids hall, East Bakersfleld, Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. There will be degree work, according to Lee J. Grain, worshipful master. Visitors will be welcome. bow, of San Miguel, deputy of district No. 3V; Mrs. Grace O, Jones, of Marl- copa, deputy of district No. 37; Mrs. Adelaide Mahan, of Bakersfield, deputy of district No. 3S, and Mrs. Gladys Fitch Pierce, of .Santa Barbara, past worthy grund matron. Talks at Temple Urging members to take, inventory of their lives at this session as efficiently as business houses go through tho same procedure, Mr.s. liuttcrfleld gave nn original talk at tho temple, •iho, was followed by Mr. Griffin, Han ;>(I',RO attorney, whoso address was Hiually entertaining and inspiring. Mrs. Carlton Mlnner and Mrs. Helen Appleforrt (Delano) were the soloists )f the evening, presenting songs particularly appropriate to tho occasion, Mrs. Jessie M. Kurz, matron of the entertaining chapter. Security, No. 41!G, was thanked, together with the matrons of tho other chapters, for the excellence and cxteiislveness of their lospltallty. Tho other hostesses were Mrs. Mabel Doughty of Bakersflold Chapter, No. 125; Mrs. Anna Muller of Lihortas Chapter, No. 3G2; Mrs. ICllso Kuehn of Caledonia Chapter, No. 331, md Miss JSnltl Nill of Dcluno Chapter, No. 140. Present matrons and patrons of other chapters escorted to tho east were: Mrs. Kunico Campbell and Herbert Prltschko of Wasco; Mrs. Pearl Morris and John Jepson of Mnricopa; Mr.s. Huth LeGar and Thomas Hillary of Taft; Mrs. Alma Varnor and Franklin llUKHtll of Faith Chapter, Taft anil Mrs. Mae Bello Wfiis of Corcoran. Past matrons and patrons wore introduced from tho sldo lines. Clever Decoration Tho Spanish ballroom of Hotel Kl Tejon, where 100 members gathered for dinner last evening, was transformed under the facile bauds of Mrs. Doughty Into a snow scene. Great frozen embankments decked tho table with a slltlo tapering toward either end, bearing diminutive figures on sleds, skis and other trappings of winter .sports. Tho temple ballroom was decked with cut flowers and ferns. Mr«. Hutterfleld and her staff will bo received in Taft tonight and will ba gue.stH nt a reception In Tehnchapl Wednesday evening. Mr.s. n. H. Newell received at luncheon today for the grand officers and present matron and patrons. Odd Fellows Dance Popular An unusually largo crowd was In attendance when th« Odd Fallows Boost- era' committee entertained Saturday night at u dance at the I. O. O. F. hall. The next affair will bo February 1 ut the samo place. Turkey Dinner llakersfiekl Court No. 32, Order of Amaranth will entertain at a turkey dinner at thu Masonic temple Friday, February 3, from 6 to 8 o'clock. A. R. lloyer A. T. Douglass Archie Hughes Uorl.s Martin Nettle Eck William Asplttle Robert Mllllgnti lj. W. Allen O. A. Martin K K. Arnold 131 vis CJoln W. G. .Tames Manforrt Martin M. A. JJee.s '6, I,. Murray F. I'. Eclmlnson Cl. T. Smith Nettle Swoonuy C. H. Hpcar Dave- Unruh Misses— Clara Sheffield lOlva .lames Artlm Durfoy Esther Wells Margaret Kilna Hobson Egslcston llirlen Hawley Marjorte Hnbtion Mtjle Miss Beverlcy Martin * • • Snow Party Tobogganing, skiing and the other sports popular to anon-time wero en- Joyed when a group of young people motored to tho Cullen cabin at Frazler Mountain Park recently. Miss Mar- jorlo Cullen acted as hostess. In the group were: today of tho wedding In San Joso of Miss Colottfi Jordnn tu Frank Tlayos, of San Francisco. Mist)" Jordan, n former teacher In tho local schools, has imulo her homo ! In Oakland and other bay cities for several years. Tho corotnony was performed at noon on Friday, January 1.1. • • * For MU> Klztiar In honor of her daughter Madeline, ago 17 years, Mr*. .1. 'S. Klnislar entertained lit a small dinner piirfy on her birthday anniversary recently at tho family residence, on Roberts I^nna. A theater party followed. other guests wero Miss (.SrotRhen Saudera, nnd tho Messrs. Dewltt Threwhltt and ilex Smith. Story of Dolls Has Romance; , Fantasy Opens on Thursday 'PETER PIPER" Misses— Mary Llpplncott Chero Yearlck Marjorlo Cullen Ann McDonald Margaret Apodaca 'Marie Green Lois Champion Mildred Foster Claudia Cusick Messrs.— Vincent Clerou Walter Normanly Jack Frey niilph Hadlock Leo Llpplncott Leo Gallon Dave Pollock Karl Green Lawrence Mur- Phy Jack Lavcrs Jim McDonald Joe I5aker Warren Freeland Chollls Yciirick Past Pocahontases Organize New Club At a Spanish dlmitir provided over I by Mrs. C. N. Pottor, Ui02 Oregon iwtreot, a club of Past. Pocahontases of 101 Tejou Council was formed. Tho dinner was prepared and served by Mrs. Frank Painter. Officers elected were Mrs. Kdlth Lyons, chairman; Mrs. Winifred Delagnps, first vice-chairman; Mr.s. Mayme Bushcll, second viye-cliainiian; and Mrs. Frances Nations, secretary- treasurer / Tim next mooting- will be February 23, at tho home of Mrs. .Tiuxhell on iUale avenuo. As the council way organized on April 23, the day of the month is being adopted as a regular mooting datu. ' The charter members of the new club include Mcsdames Frances Willow, Kdlth Lyons, *F.tta Reed, Mayme Bushell, Julia Crease, Winifred Uolag- nes, France? Nations, F.ffie Deffncr, Jessie A. Potter, Anna Portncll. *-»-» C. F. Guardians Will Meet Here Tonight David Bacon who plays hero role In "Racketty-Packetty House," of tho Feting Oakland Guest ; j Miss Ann Marchl of Oakland was ; I the honoreo at a birthday party at the i A mcet ing of the 1 Guard in us' AKSU- home of her uncle, Ralph Parentl on ; ,. 1;ltlon , vm )„, hcl(1 tonight, at the Oak street recently at nn evening of •„,„„,, of Mrs w . C. Hannan. ISSo Team to Meet There will be a meeting or i»° j gamos and dn . nc i ne , V. P. Wnuxllary drl» team Wednoii-", £ , day evening ut 8 o clock at Moose hall. A. U. S. W. V. Holds Card Party Series Members of the A. U. S. W. V. sponsored a card party recently at the community hall In Ollilalo, and will entertain at another on Saturday evening nt tho homo of Mrs. Hose Paehllg, 1212 Tulare street, with Mrs. Katharine Garner assisting. Prizes were won by Miss Helen Rawley, Mrs. J. F. O'Neill, and Mrs. Nornm Austin, and Messrs. L. W. Rawley, J. O'Brien and J. E. Kotchem. - Assisting the host were Miss Jennio I Parentl, Miss Vera Maggenti ami Miss Angle Maggenti. Those present included: Pacific Drive, wh'-n Miss KUlora De- Mots, representative of th« national organization, \vllt bo tho speaker. special Helner. prlKo went to Mrs. Rosa February 16 Is Set as Date for Party February 10 was fixed as tho date for a card party when Mr.s. Julia Ovorton and Mrs. Lillian Oppliger entertained members of the Past Arch Druldesses Association at the home of Mrs. Louise Gladden, 2300 Oregon street, last night. Mrs. Helen Sims Invited members to her bomo for their next session, February G. Mrs, Elizabeth Wells was Initiated Into tho order. Those present Included Mesdames Tlllle Hens«, Pearl Shaw, Louise Gladden, Julia Overtoil, Helen Sims, Augusta linmlmuJ, Josephine Uan- duccl, Lillian Oppligsr, Grace Allen, Blanche Cyr, and ISllzuboth Wells. Misses— Ann Mnrchl Anglo Maggenti Vera Maggenti Edith Parentl Myrtle Nlckolson Juanita Wayne Jennlo Paronti Hazol Klckelfton Messrs. Frank Forchini Peto Uhnlt Harry Lemucchl Jess Paris Nello Parentl Earl Nicholson Georgo Stanford Julius Parentl CIRCLE PLANS LUNCHEON Circle No. 3 of Trinity Methodist Kpiscopal chiiri'h has announced ;i i luncheon for Friday from 11:30 o'clock to 1:30 o'clock. A small admission charge will be asked. The affair will be hold at the hornn of Mrs. Mary 13. Harnpson, !>OS Qulm-y street. Hfiat-rvatlons should be made as soon as possible' with Mrs. llamp- son or Mrs. Walter .Stlertu Young People Will Form Organization First steps were taken Hint night for the' forming of a county-wide Xn- :'.arone YOUIIK IVupU-'n Society, to have a membership nf 100 young folk from H;ihrr.sfield, Al-vln. Taft ami Wasco. I'lans were outllnoil in connection with a rally at the local church. A (.-oMimil tee roinpri.Hed of the R"V. Messrs. C. M. Swatzoll of Wasco, John Rvipp of Arvln. Carl F;ilk nf Taft ;m<l R. !?, rnrdfii of Rnkorsfit-Id will drnft plans for the nrijaiiiiiatUm, assisted by subciiinin|lt<''-s. On llu- exu'-nllv.- I'ummltt-jis ronre- siiiitlng l!:il;ersfleld. \vitii Mr. Cardln, ur c-Mr. an.I Mrs. Klvln Hicks'. A i-oiinty-widc pathcrlnp will bo held on an parly dato, according to tho prediction of the Rev. S. II. ISrwIn, pastnr of Iho local cliuroh. BOARD MEETING A. mo'-tintr of thf oxocntivo board of thi!' Hcvi-nlh district. California Cnn- frross of Parents and Teacher.", waa sclieiluli"1 to take place this after- ijoon at tho ICmnr.son nehool with Mrs. Andrew Hancoc.k presiding. Sovoral speakers wore niinounrt>d on th« program a:- veil a* a pageant in observ- ane<> of "K'jviniler'H I>ay." David Bacon to Play Lead in Clever Production at High School W ITH his appearance an Petor 1'lpor, youthful hern of "Uaclcetty- Paoketty House," David Bacon taken a long fttep forward In the dramatics caroor started when he almost stole the show as Sir DandlnraU in "Snow White and tho Seven Dwarfs" last year, and udds tp an already long list of accomplishments In nther fields. Long before ho became Interested.. In dramatics, Mr. llacon .was known as an outstanding artist oil the planp and Is an honor student of highest scholustlc standing ut high school. In his role as Poter Plpov, Mr, Bucon appears as tho favorite son of "Uacketty-l'Hcketty House," who onuses till manner of complications by his love for Lady Patsy (Ml.ss Leah Williams), daughter of the. "snooty" DunhesM of Tidy Castle (Miss Kath- loon Campbell). i Doll Family Happy Tlio family of dulls making their huma In "Hack.;tty-Paeketty Houso" Is a happy, carefree group, and Peter Piper, whose fondness for misuktef nnd gfenoriil exuberance of uplrits are bt-sf expressed by bl H habit of joy- ouwly kicking up Ills heelH, is the livo- lifst of tliom all. That is, until a servant places Lady Patsy by mistake in the wrong dollhousa. Peter Plpor Immediately fulls m i ovei and In true Victorian manner decides to die, of this grluvoii!! ailment. But that would leave Lndy Patsy out of tho picture, and furthermore, such procedure Is no longer fashionable. So he doc-Ides to woo the lady. Peter Piper's wooing furnishes one of the highlights uf the play. True to type, he serenades her on a frying pan. He even goes so far as to manufacture a rope ladder, that they may escape tho duchess In the most approved manner. Two Performances I Frances Hodgson Burnett's doll fantasy is to be presented In the high school auditorium Thursday* evening ns the annual Bakersfleld High School student body play. It will bo repeated at a children's mat- lnu<? Friday afternoon. Tickets may bo secured at the high school box of- flco, which was opened today. Highland Park Community Club i ! i Elects Officers! J. Quthrle was elected president : of the Highland Park Community I Club at B well-attended meeting held recently at the clubhouse, presided over by Howard Nichols. Others elected were C. E. Holland, vice-president; Sylvester F, .Wells, treasurer; J. H. Dougherty, E. L. Johnson, J. Guthrle, C. E. Holland and Sylvester F. Wells, trustees. Slipper was served preceding the business session. There will be. a meeting of the board of trustees at the clubhouse Monday, February S, to outline a program for the year. ma Orange Pclcoe 6-Pekoe (Black) Mormon Church at Taft to Be Opened! i TAFT, Jan. 24.—Date for dcdlca- ! tlon of the latter-day Saints church, recently acquired at 100 Taylor street, Ford City, has again been changed an«i schi.'dult-il Tuesday night In thu fhiifch. KMer George F. Richards of Salt Lnku city, one of tho twelve apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Ijiittor-day Saints and president of the famed Mormon tomple In Salt Lako City, together with A. A. Illiu-kley, president of the mission with headquarter* at Los Angeles and Glenn A. Klchlns, president of the Fresno district, will bu In attendance. an d Afjoe Co. "Wn*r* Mo«t P«o»lt Tradt" Hotel El Tejon A DELIGHTFUL PLACE IN WHICH TO EAT Hot Toasted Sandwiches Fifteen Cents Buked Ham Tuna KlHh ItuaKt I'orlc Swiss or American Cheeso Deviled Kgg Hacon and Lettuce Tlrun unit Egg Borved With Hill I J iclile, Ollv^x. Tuniiitoea SPECIAL Uot Roust Iloef Sanilwloh, Mushed Potatoes :uul Dniwn firavy, ",""• Hot Roast Turkey Sundwiuh, Mashed Potatoes, Giblot flravy, 45c El Tejon Mndo Pies :i lu Mode, 15c Club Breakfasts 25c to 50c [Will Celebrate Anniversary of i Scottish Bard To celebrate the birthday anniversary of Scotland's favorite son, Bobert Burns, members of St. Andrews Society of Bakersfleld together with Scotch organizations throughout the world, will entertain at a concert and dance Saturday night at R o'clock at the K. of P. hall, .604 Lake street. The observance will be the first of its kind ever held locally. The poet v/as born in Ayr, Scotland, 174 years ago. The eulogy will be delivered by the Rev. John Murdoch, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, also a native of Ayr, who will be Introduced by the society president, Peter C. Qunn. Talent for singing, piping and Scotch dancing, will be brought In from Los Angeles and San Fran- clsoo. Those In charge of arrangements are William Croft, Henry Scott, AllUter McKlnnon and Loula Robb. Elks to Plan for Coming Events at •Meeting Tonight Reports of recent events, plant for a bridge party, past exalted rulers' night, and preparations for nomination, election, and Installation of officers will fill the business hour tonight whin Bakersfield Lodge, No. 226, B. P, O. E., meets In regular session. Virgil Johnson, exalted ruler, will 'call for a report on a bridge tournaYnant ending last week, from Ed Carlson, chairman, and will ask for an account of the progress of plans for a card party Thursday night, with Ed Blalsdell as chairman. 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