The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 26, 1933 · Page 10
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 10

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, January 26, 1933
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10 THE BAKERSF1ELD CAL1KORMAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1U33 aili Crowd of 350 Eagles Greet National Leader at Meeting M ORE than three hundred and fifty Eagles, Including visiting delegations from Mnrlcopn, Taft, Porter- villp, Tulare and Hnnford attended tho meeting and reception held last night In honor of Henry J. Borrodln, of Akron, Ohio, grand worthy president. The affair, sponsored by Bnlc- ersflpld nerle nt Eagles hall, was pre- coded by a dinner given by tho local officers In compliment to the national leader. . Mr. Bcrrodln, who IK a prominent attorney in Ohio, stirred his audience with nn eloquent ndtli-ess In which he dilated upon tho serious consideration being given to unemployment by tho Aerie of Entries. He pointed out that the rapid replacement of men by machinery and the establishment of factories by American Interests In foreign countries .ire two factors largely responsible for the unemployment condition in tho United States. BUI Discussed He .said In part: "Our answer to tho problem of unemployment Is the Kagles Ludlow bill. The bill provides fnr a federal Industrial commission with one purpose. It •would be on tho Job day In and dny out studying ways and means of pre- venllng depressions; examine all conditions that Tiring about loss of steady employment and recommend to the President and Congress such action ?iml would rob such conditions of their ^harmful effects." ' The national leader also ppolto on other vital work the Fraternal Order •of Eagles is doing through sponsoring humnne legislation to relievo tho .working man's fear of economic dls- iaster and unsupported old age. ' Concluding ho said, "During the year just past. 72,000 men Joined the F. O. •13. because In tho light of what tho 'order does smd what It. stands for they could not ntford not to Join." ; Initiate Class * .\ class of 40 candidates was Inltl- *uU-d bearing the name of tho J. C. iwWalser class. Arthur Culhoun officiated during the ceremonies, and Introduced tho national leader. Among :other speakers of the evening were *Mr. Walser, F. L. Owen, state representatives, Fred Gunfhcr, Junior past 'state president. A program was presented following '"the meeting. Misses Rose Loeb and 'Catherine Tewes offered an acrobatic .dance, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. C. Miller; Miss Katherlno Scott goffered a specialty dance number; [j.imes Moran, a vocal solo, npcompn- <$>Delegates Here for Meeting at Mt. Zion Church CLEVER COMEDY SET FDR FRIDAY The executive board of St. John's Missionary Baptist Association went Into session here today at the Mount Zion Baptist Church with delegates In attendance from all parts of northern California. The delegates wore registered this morning and a business session was conducted this afternoon by Doctor Q. C. Coleman, of Oakland, president. A welcoming program will be given at the Mount Zion Church tonight with the Reverend James E. Moore, local pastor, presiding. Business sessions will also be held on Friday. nied at tho Schutts. piano by Mrs. Delia Mrs. Berrodin and Mrs. Owen were entertained at a dinner and bridge party at Hotel El Tejon us 'wives of the Eagle aerlo officers. DAIE TO BE CELEBRATED Events of Saturday night Include a concert and dance under auspices of St. Andrew's Society In memory of Robert Burns, whose birthday nnnl- Cure for Indifference One-Act Play to Be Given at Church Is If you are bored with your husbaml, "A Cure for Indifference" (Geoffry Wilkinson), a one-act play to bo presented by Jastro Park Circle of First Presbyterian Church Friday night, will dlspell all ennui and tedium, say those who witnessed dress rehearsal last evening. As directed by Mrs. Keith S. McKee, and played by Mrs, Charles H. Lundes, Mrs. Hugo Fisher, Mrs. J. R. Harmnn and Mrs. W. A. Warburton, It Is good entertainment. Especially when cousinly affection falls before the god of Jealousy and Is not reinstated before several Jabs with—well, with ludicrous, though potentially lethal weapons. An Improvised stage In Westminster hall has been exquisitely set to represent n living room. Mrs. McKee is presenting a prologue, In costume, which adds much to the evening's divertissement. Special music has been arranged also, Including violin numbers, "Hymn to tho Sun" and an old Italian air, "Two Guitars," played by Walter Ncumnn. A small admission charge Is' being asked; the public Is Invited. Refreshments will be served. versary time. will be celebrated at that The function will open at 8 o'clock at the K. of P. hall, 604 Lake street. Tho Reverend John Murdoch will be the eulogist. Musical talent Is being obtained from Los Angeles and San Fran- cl.sco. Homesteaders to Give Open Dance Members of th« Homnteaders" Life Association "re announcing a dance free to members and their friends Friday night at the K. of P. hall on Lake street. In charge of arrangements nro Mrs. P. S. Longorla, Emory Harman and Harold Huntley. • Ueliciously jraaran-t — vanilla^ as delicate as an old fashioned bouquet "yet it permeates everything it touches. Schillin Vanilla "LADY PATSY" AS BRIDE family residence 1922 Bank In order that the company Birthday Surprise Completely surprising Bryant Cook on his birthday anniversary a party was given by Mrs. Cook Tuesday night at tho street. should arrive In a body, the guests assembled at the home of Mrs, L. M. Gregory, 225 Oleander avenue, Bridge was played, with prizes won by Mrs. W. A. Snare and Henry Uowen, high and Mrs. Floyd Hall and Harold Nowlin, low. Bouquets of anemones, yellow marguerites, and carnations were about tho rooms, and refreshments were served at tables decked In black and white appointments. Tho Kuests were: Messrs, and Mesdames— Floyd Hall Larry Kotsenburg W. A. Snaro Bryant Cook Henry Bowen Lloyd Taylor Harold Nowlin L. M. Gregory B. L. Stafford whose friends call her 'Lady Patsy':'" L petite brunette who disapproves all generally accepted theories as to what s preferred by gentleme'n. college men' ind high school boys. Miss Williams, 1 senior student at Bakersfield High irhool, plays the feminine lead in 'Rncketty-Packetty," student body play to be presented under the Sorority Plans Events Members of the Gamma Kappa Phi sorority spent the greater part of last night's meeting at Its clubrooms In preparations for an Invitational dance March 11 at Stockdale.- They'also discussed arrangements for a bridge luncheon, Sunday, January 29, In the Spanish ballroom of Hotel El Tejon in honor of tho Taft chapter. Tho committee In charge of both affairs Includes Mrs. Clalr Marchlnp, Mrs. Kenneth Armlstead and. Mrs. Earl Simpson. • «. Pledges entertained last night with current events. Girls of tho sorority are: Mesdames— , Oran Sholar Kenneth Arml- Harold Ferguson stead Earl Simpson Angus Gregor Louis Tedrow . Clalr Marchlno Jack linger Misses— Vernil Allen Armando. Blanc Beatrice Emer- Elvo Mae Stln- son son • Mildred AlvU Sheet Music 25° Most Numbers Buy Here—at Publisher's Prices PHILLIPS MUSIC COMPANY "The Musical Bargain Center of Bakersfleld" Corner Twentieth and "Eye" Streets Birthday Party Surprising Mrs. P. 8. Longorla on her birthday anniversary, membera of her orchestra entertained at an Informal party at the home of Mr. and Mrn. E. L. Harman on Lincoln street Prizes at tho games went to Mrs C. R. Rogers and Emory Harman. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. E L. Jtarman, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Rogers, James Klzzlar, Vincent Sheehai and P. H. Longorla. • • • Quests of Fowlers Mr. and Mrs. Trent Fowler, 805 Truxtun avenue, are expecting as their week-end guests, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Noyse, Mrs. Alice. Wells, Miss Kva Ollvottl and Fred Predenhagen, all of Hollywood. Among tho diversions planned for their entertainment Is attendance at a dance at Beardsley pavilion Saturday night. Mr. Powler plays the trumpet In tho orchestra there this STANDARD PUPILS GRADUATE FRIDAY List of Names Is Announced Today; Judge Campbell to Make Address Friday Arrangements were completed today for the commencement exercises to be held Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at the Standard School auditorium for the 17 'grammar grade graduates. Judge Alan B. Campbell will bo the chief speaker. The list of graduates announced today . by Norman H. Farnham, superintendent, was as follows: Robert Ball, Marvin Borton, Paul Blrchfleld, Fred Dnvld, Charles Doors, Russel Hlatt, James McCoy, Cletla Norman, Lewis Synder, Kenneth Weaver, Joyce Duggins, Gladys Gann, Helen Letterman, Bunty Ross, Melba Koussol, Loretta Thompson and Charlotte Watson. The program numbers will be as follows: Overture, "Morton High School March" (Townsend), by the school orchestra; song, "Class Song' (Bliss), 8A cluss; Invocation, the Reverend S. Carson; song, "Friendship" (W. E. Haescho), girls of the 8A class; "What the Standard School Means to tho Community," B. L, Marble; vocal solo, "Pegging Along" (Oley Speak); Charlotte Watson;clar- Inet solo, "Martlnello" (Gllmore) James McCoy; song, "Comrades," (ok German air), boys of class; address Judge Alan B. Campbell; presentation of the class, N. H. Farnham award of diplomas, P. H. Greenstreet benediction, Rev. S. C. Carson, recessional. Following iho program, the gradu ates will receive their friends InUhc 8A room. MISS LEAH WILLIAMS I NTRODUCING Miss Leah Williams as Lady Patricia Vandevere, A LARGE group of parents, teach• ers, young people and children met recently at the Hawthorne School when the P. T. ,A. meeting was held." Mrs. J. R. Robinson, president, conducted the evening. The meeting was opened with the reading of a spiritual-'-thought, "Children of Our Nation," by the president. Numbers presented on tho program jicluded: Songs by the quartet, Misses Mary Chaplin and Fern Nielsen; Messrs. Jim Anderson atid Merrill Cnldwell. accompanied af. the piano by MIsV 'Josephine Lenhart; piano solo by Stanford Jackson; marimba selections by Jim Anderson, accompanied by'Miss Lonhart; address by John F. Dale on "Reactions of Frightened- Childhood"; talk by Mrs, F*. W. Hort on child welfare; talk by J. David Laird, principal on parent oducntlon. Appreciation was expressed to E. J Nielsen and to J. 'R. Robinson for transferring the marimba over to the to tho high sclinolhouso and back school. T.he Vineland Parent Teacher Association will hold a business meeting Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock li tho auditorium. A program will be prevented by the fourth grade pupllf under the direction of Mrs. Pauline Jncobsen. Tho harmonica band wll ploy several numbers. All parents an friends are cordially, Invited to attend. Mrs. Charles Baehr and ho assistants -will servo refreshments. irectlon of Miss Ethel Robinson In the high school auditorium this evening. TEMPLE TO De Molay Men to Elect Officers at Meet Tonight Election of officers will be held tonight by Bakersfleld Chapter of De Molay at 8 o'clock at the Masonic temple, according to Robert Strauss, master councilor, During the business session plans will be completed for a Valley Association' dance -Saturday night at the Masonic temple at 9 o'clock with Lawrence, Elwood-a« chairman. Members will attend from as far north , as Fresno. Installation will be held .next week with Robert Strauss presiding: ' Plans will be made for attend. Ing a valley meeting In Fresno, •February 11. TEACHERS ELECTING The play will be repeated Friday iflernocn. Though her part as Lady Patsy In 'Kack'ctty-Packetty House" Is her ' In a major production, Miss Williams has been much In. demand over a period of years for class 'stunts" and other playlets. During :he past year she has appeared In the •Props and Paint" play, "Breakfast," and In stunts sponsored by the senior class, the Girls' League and tho Shrlekerp' Club. Miss Williams has also Identified lierself prominently In social activities of the high school and at present Is serving as president of the Shrlekers' Club. She brings much natural charm to the role of Lady Patsy, who rebels against the snobbishness of the Duchess of Tidy Castle and decides to cast her lot with Peter Piper and the other fun-loving Inhabitants of "Rack- etty-Packetty House." In the above picture she 'Is se,en In the bridal cos- U'me which she wears In the climaxing scene at the entrance, to the Toy church. Also Hear Report of State Board Session Monday Night at Meeting Election of officers will be an Important matter of business when the Kern County Music Teachers' Association Ijolds Its regular monthly business meeting Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the Valley Music Store, 1623 Nineteenth street. A report of tho state board annual meeting In San Francisco early In January will be given by the president, Mrs. H. N. Blnns, who will also present an account of action taken on the now certificate of merit system, designed to benefit teacher and pupil. This system culls for the awarding of certificates of merit bearing the seal of tho state association to music students who continue their study for a period of 40 weeks In the year. Program numbers arranged for this meeting have been postponed until the February session when Victor Svlmonoff will speak on "Marching With the Georgians," Illustrated with Monroe Temple, No. 42, Pythian folk songs and music of his native Sisters of East Bakersfleld, Installed land. officers Wednesday night for the en- Mrs. Walter .Taynes, soprano so- CELEBRATED HERE Mr. and Mrs. Olson Round Out 50 Years of Wedded Life at Family Party Mr. and Mrs. Orlandor Olson, well known Bnkersfteld couple who havo« made their homo hero for tho last 22 years, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last night at a festive dinner party. Six daughters and u son, and 10 grandchildren shared the occasion as well as other relatives and numerous friends. Only one daughter, Mrs. August JSiirllnBon of Chicago was unable to attend. Her son, Lloyd Enrllhson of Chicago, Was present, however. Three tables were set and appointed In gold and white, gold tapers casting a golden glow over; the arrangements. Tho party was held at the Olson family home at 921 Eureka street. Following the dinner, an informal entertainment was erfloye^ and the evening was spent In pleasant reminiscences, with music and readings forming a program. Daughters ot the couple and their hiipbundK who were in attendance were: Mrs. George Alegrcm, Mrs. .It. L. Thayer of Arvln, Mrs. Bert Simpson of Arvln, Mrs. A. F. Laing cf Compton, Mrs. Ed Morrison of Fruitvale; Mrs. J. Talley of Whlttler. One son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Br- vln Olson, were -also present. Grandchildren present In addition to Lloyd Earllnson of Chicago, wero Keith, LoRoy, Kenneth and Maxlne Lulng; Shirley Jean, Franklo and Johnnie Morrison, and Georgle, Alvln, and Clau.s Alogrem. Mr. and Mrs. Olson were married in Dennlson, Iowa, 00 yearn ago. Mr. Olton has been an employe of the city of Bakersfteld for 20 years. A biography of Mr. and Mrs. Olson's life written by Mrs. Lalng was read by her as a part.of tho program. Handsome gilts were cleverly presented to the honored couple and they were drawn frum a well with "the old oaken bucket" while the song was sung. Among tho other guests present at the happy occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nordllng, Mr. and Mrs. C. Tally of Santa Ana, Messrs. Freddlo Nordllng'and Francis Tebolt. The evening was concluded with tho serving of refreshments. suing term. Those charged with the responsibility of executive positions are: Mrs. Blanche Foley, past chief; Mrs. Tlllle Hense, most excellent chief; Mrs. Katie Johnson, excellent senior; Mrs. Alvln Heltzman, excellent Junior; Miss Helen Foley, manager; Mrs. Flora Grubb, protector; Mrs. Maude Ellsworth, outer guard; Mrs. Margaret Stroble, mistress of records and correspondence; and Mrs. Nettle Young, mistress of finance. The Installing officers wero Mrs. Charlotte Shaw, grand protector; Mrs. Drucilla Kalloch, past grand chief and Mrs. C. C. Smetzer. The musician was Mrs. Mary B. Hampson, district deputy gravid chief. Corsages were furnished t'he officers and installing officers, with presentations made by Mrs. Shaw. Talks were given by the grand'of fleers, excellent chiefs and visiting 'members. Refreshments were served during a social hour. The committee of the Many Guests at Party of Delegates Twenty-eight guests attended the first of a series of card parties at the home of Mrs. Otto Clausnltzer, 2403 San Emldlo street, yesterday aft- lolst, is also scheduled to entertain members and friends with vocal numbers at the February meeting. Girl Athletes Are Planning for Party Committee leaders under whoso direction plans will take form for the annual High School Girls' Athletic Association party were named at a meeting of the organization yesterday afternoon. Tho party is slated for Wednesday afternoon, February 8, after school. Miss Esther Thornton was appointed chairman of the entertainment committee, with Miss Virginia Law of llio faculty as her assistant. . Miss Marian Johnson will have charge of refreshments, assisted by Miss Louise Thelle. Miss June Waters will direct publicity, and Miss Kathryn Baker was named chairman of the cleanup TO VISIT FARM Members and friends of Trinity Methodist Church will meet at the- church at 2 o'clock Friday, January 27 to go In a body to the Peacock dairy farm. Mrs. Arthur B. Campbell, chairman of the circle, Is requesting a full attendance. •» « > TO HOLD STORY HOUR A story hour for the children will be given at tho Family Shoe Store on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Toys will be given away. committee. Mis Edythe Lewis 'is the faculty Athletic Asso- evenlng Included Mrs. Stroble, Mrs. Katie Johnson and Mrs. Nettle Young. ...._ Mrs. Young announced that she will adviser of the Girls' be hostess at a benefit card party at j elation, her home, 239 Pacific street, Friday, January 27. Handmade prizes will be given. Refreshments will be served. ernpon. Tho next affair (s next Wednesday at 2 o'clock, at the" same place. Delegates of the Woman's Relief Corps are hostesses. : Five hundred was played, .with prizes going to Mrs. Earl Anderson, Mrs. Walter Cooper, Mrs.,J. E. Cardwell and Mrs. Walter Cooper (special prize). TRIP TO DAIRY FARM Members of.the sewing clifb of the U. S. W. V. auxiliary will meet at the Woman's Rest House on I street at 2:15 o'clock Friday, with cars, to go in a body to the Peacock , Dairy High School Hi-Y Chooses Officers Election of officers for the new semester was held by members.of the Bakersfleld High School Alpha Hl-Y at their meeting yesterday evening. Earl Crosby was elected president; Monroe Browne, vice-president;. Vernon Bell, secretary; Ralph. Zellers, treasurer; Leonard Moort,, chaplain, and Bob Angleton, athletic manager. Leonard Moon, who served as president during the fall and winter semester, presided at the meeting. M. I. Perkins of tho high school faculty is the advlour of the Alpha HI-Y. Many Guests Attend Lodge Card Party Fourteen tables were gathered Tuesday evening for a card party of Bak- ersfleld Rebekah Lodge No. 47, at the I. O. O. F. hall. Prizes were won as follows: Bridge, Mrs. O. W. Williams, Mrs. H. L. Swlnk, and Mrs. Ella Gilbert and Messrs. W. Thornton, O. W. Will- lams and George Frazee; five hundred, Mrs. Lou Martin, Mrs. Nora Casselman and Mrs. Frances Byrne: Messrs. Quy Brnden, J. K. Riley, and J. R; Ware; pcdro, Mrs. Lorraine Lunccford, Mrs. Marie Jansen and Mrs. Grace Allen and Messrs. John Al- Ktaetter. R. L. Barbeau and J. R. ••Lunceford. The special prize went to Mrs. Kstelle Lackey. Children's Colds \f^ Yield quicker to double action of V&JS3 STAINLESS now, if you prefer End Serious Coughs With Creomulsion Don't let them get a strangle hold. Fight germs quickly. Creomulsion combines the 7 best helps known to modem • icience. Powerful but harmless. Pleasant to take. No narcotics. 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