The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 27, 1933 · Page 13
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 13

Publication:
Location:
Bakersfield, California
Issue Date:
Friday, January 27, 1933
Page:
Page 13
Start Free Trial
Cancel

THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1933 Patmont Speaking Tonight at Local Church; Thinks Technbcracy "Red" Russia is far behind Its scheduled program In . its five-year plan, Is dominated by a powerful fewi and Is the center of greed and strife, Dr. .tJiouls Rlohnrd raiment, Berkeley ]tn»tdr told a capacity crowd Inst iitprht e,l Full Gospel Tabernacle. Doctor. Patinont has 'glveh 58' ad- dressesi tn 27,320 persons in one month. • He will speak again tilts evening at the same place. He, believes the condition In Hunsla ^hopeless fraln; the human standpoint, .pointing out-that divine. Interference .-' is the only salvation. * The speaker attacks Sovlctlsm from tho angles of -Its war on the'family, on democracy and religion. The sup- preNSlon of religious literature, dynamiting of churches! nnd removing of rights of citizenship from the clergy, •were commented upon. Doctor Fatmont , showed pictures smuggled out of the Tied strongholds and from the rehabilitation colony reached by breaking through guards. "Technocracy Is exploited as something new In America. T saw books on technocracy in Kussla three years ago," Doctor Patmont said, adding "It is communism with a red ribbon on it." The speaker described great difficulty In getting Into lUissla, having 1>een turned down In--22 countries. Ho was . finally successful .in Finland, where he applied -fts a' student of . 'paleontology. Doctor Patmont' is the author of a book, "Anti-Christ, an Expose of the ' Spirit and Face of Communism," which is in tho hands of publishers. TO INSTALL OFFICERS TAFT, Jan. 27.—Taft Lodge, No. 300, Knights of Pythias and Laurel Temple, 'No. 80, Pythian Sisters will join the 'Delano lodges of Knights and Sisters In a joint Installation of officers Friday night at 8 o'clock in the Legion hill in Taft Heights. Ruth Cross Tjlll' act as installing officer for the Pythian Sisters and George H. Potter •will officiate in the same capacity for the Knights. This meeting will be open to all Knights of Pythias, Pythian Sisters aifd invited guests. After the Installation, entertainment and refreshments will be furnished after which there will be dancing. is' icnvmEs T HE regular February meeting of tho Bakersfleld damp Fife Guardians' Association will be held In the office of tho Camp Fire headquarters, 2117 H street, next "Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Plans for the vesper service- will bo completed, and final -arrangements for the fashion show will bo made. March events will bo, discussed, 7 Including :the birthday-grand council fire .and the : annual church service. Miss Mario Harris, association president, will conduct the meeting.. .•. . • , r.. •'' . ••••••. The meeting of the committee of awards-will be Veld on Saturday, February 4. Those girls who are planning to tako rank at»the birthday ceremonial, have been urged to pass as many tests as.possible at this meeting. Mrs. Winifred Peterson has been registered as the guardian of tho Watuhlyl Camp Fire group, 'replacing Mrs. Elizabeth Bloom, who has been working with the group for tho past year. Mrs. Edna Lane will continue as the assistant guardian. Final registration for six high school girls In the Nawakwa Camp Flro group was completed recently. The name was chosen and was reported as meaning "out of error into truth." The group will meet with Miss Garnet Wood, of tho domestic science department during the advisory period. Those who were registered include Knthryn Berry, June Waters, Ava Rogers, WInnotte Toth and Virginia Starkey. The other members of tho group will be signed up as soon as possible. Betty Ellen Kofahl was hostess to the members of the Apolachl Camp Flro group last Monday afternoon, at hor home. The meeting was a wjwk session. Miss Mary Tyson, guardian, told what requirements \votild have to be met to. earn tho birthday honor. The wood gatherers assisted the other members of tho group • to • pass testa toward the earning of the wood gatherers', rank. Following the meeting, refreshments were', served. '•"'•. ' ' ' Those present were Alice Offner, Betty Kofahl, Louise Lawrence, Betty Brightup, Marguerite Emerson, Margaret vnn Meter, Marjorlo: Jean Stanfield, Charity Smetxer, Constance Al- drloh, Mrs. Culllhgtotv assistant guardian, Mrs. Kofahl and Miss Tyson, .guardian. • . The adoption of a war nurse was discussed by tho members of tho Aboha Hanta Camp Fire last Tuesday afternoon when they 'met at-'the American Legion hall." Plans for • her care were also discussed. Leonore Bonalanza was elected president for the month of February. Social events' for the near future were scheduled. The first will take place next Tuesday afternoon. The second will be a valentine party on February 14, and the 1 third a card party and social honoring the birthday of the national Camp Fire organization as well as that of the group, on March 11. 'Those present at tho meeting were Leonore. Bonalanza, Mary Anna Humble, Eleanor Patrick, Betty Jane Underwood, Dorothy Shaw, Eva Osman, Audrey Hughes, Mary Patricia Lucas, Frances Dally, Marilyn Harvey, Eleanor DIxon, Virginia Reynolds, Mar- Jorle Daniels, Barbara Plnnell, Amelia Miller, Vivian Wisher and Mrs. Anna I Humble, guardian. The Frielokl Camp Fire girls mot recently at the Trinity Methodist Church with Miss Dorothy Wilson, guardian.' Further plans' for the ceremonial to tako place during February were discussed. Hetid bands were worked on • during- the meeting and at the close Camp Fire-songs were sung. Those present were. Roberta Shurban, Betty Jean Harrison, Evelyn nnd Viola Bevlns, Mary Bunas, Ruth Pratt, Frances Gratlmus, Betty Shiirban and Miss Wilson, guardian. The report from the two candy sales held last Saturday was given at the meeting of the Mapeynhto girls last Monday at the Calvary Baptist church. The sales were held at the Bakersfield .Market on Nineteenth street and at the Johnson's Groceteria on Baker street, and yielded a profit of nearly $4, which the girls will apply on a'fund for the summer camp attendance. , v | It whs decided to hold the meetings leach Monday afternoon at 3:4G o'clock at the Calvary Baptist church, Instead ' at the school as previously. Headband materials were ordered and work will begin soon. Those present were Betty Hughes, Mildred Wolf, Clarle Creamer, Carley Griffith, Janice McNnlnara, Genevleve 3assar, Dorothy Bridges and Leila Buass and Miss Helen Wilson, assistant guardian. OILDAtE LADIES AID PICKS STAFF Christian Endeavor Society Will Hold Birthday Observance Soon Jfrs. Bertha Elliott was vo-.olected president of the Ladles' Aid Society of Olldale Congregational Church at a meeting held recently at tho Commun- "ty hall. Others chosen were Mrs. A. Vlttum vice-president!, Mrs. I. Caldwell, treasurer; and Mrs. P. AValters, secretary. The president appointed Mrs. J. Flzc, Mrs. H.. M. Baker, and Mrs. Irving Coates, on a social committee In charge of 'programs the second Wednesday of each month. Mrs. S. C. "'areon, Mrs. Vlttum and Mrs. M. Oyder, will comprise a missionary committee to have charge of programs on tho fourth Wednesday. Plans were made for a dinner February S for the North-of-thc-Ulver Club, and a banquet for tho Christian Endeavor society In February. The society will observe the fifty- second. birthday annlvcrgnry of Christian Endeavor at the Sunday morning service at 11 :o'cloclc at Standard School. Vance Carson will preside. The program In full Includes: Doxology, Invocation; "What Happens When We Worship," Violet Ellis; prayer, Henry McCoy; responsive reading, Helen Gyder; "Prison and Hospital Work," Edna White; scripture, Calvin Thomas; church attendance, Ruth Green; poem, "Others," Alice Oyder; 'religious dramatics, Howard Sanders; cornet solo, Charles McCoy; "The Ministry of Song," Una Walters; . poem, "Ha Leadeth Mo," Richard Franklin. QUICK DISPOSAL SHOE SALE NOW IN FULL FORCE This sale is your'chance to save jm new, stylish footwear. You always get big values at the National Shoe Store; now you get unusual ones. Coine Satut-day and see. * LADIES' SHOES GROUP ONE All styles and patterns— straps, ties and pumps. Values to $2.95. Sale price— $1.00 GROUP TWO—A wide variety to choose from. All styles, including new oxfords. Many have the popular new Compo soles. Values to f 4 • A"t $3.95. Sale Price. .9*•*» i:' Values to $4.95, Sale Price ... .$1.87 MEN'S DRESS SHOES Black. Plain toe., Goodyear soles. Values to $3.95.. Sale Price— $1.89 Black and tan. Plain toe. Goodyear soles. Values to $4.95. Sale Price— $2.59 National Shoe Store 2012. Chester Avenue NEXT TO KEWPIE'S COFFEE SHOP See Some CINE-KODAK Movies Here Cine-Kodak Is handy to carry, oaay to use—umkoe splendid , home morion for you, from the first. Stop and see the various models—including Cine-Ko- 4 dak Eight, Eastman's latest. It costs but $29.50. Kimball & Stone V The Particular Dniogiiti, Phont53 Pkent54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY OC Bok.nfitld, C.lif. A baby layette has been started by nembers of the Steda Camp Fire group and • tho work was continued at the last meeting held at the homo of the juardljvn, Mrs. Theron Taber, 428 Truxtun avenue last Thursday afternoon. The layette was planned at the first meeting of this month. At that time It was decided to give It to some needy mother. Tho meetings of the month of December were reviewed at' tho last meeting, with the Christmas work outstanding. Dolls were dressed and given to the children In tho hospital, and on December 22, a Christmas party was held at the home of Mrs Ruth Gladstone, 2622 Sunset avenue. The members of the' group attending tho meeting yesterday included Dorothea Weldon, Frances Gladstone, Georgia and Jjarjorle Canfleld, Wllma Mahler,. Mildred DeBolt, Ruth Tucker, Mrs. Ruth Gladstone, assistant guardian, and Mrs. Ruth Taber, guardian. Council Fire followed by a-dinner party .were enjoyed by the members of the Sunowa Camp Fire last Monday afternoon --and evening at the* home of the guardian, Mrs.. Mlnne Symmes, 2330 Truxtun avenue. The ceremonial began with the hand sign and the. singing of "Mammy Moon." Tho first law of Camp Fire, "seek beauty," was demonstrated by the girls, who recounted something beautiful-seen during the day. The. 'candles were lighted by June Baldwin, Martha Benson and Mary Carol Grlbble, work, health and love, respectively; Following the meeting Mrs. Symmes served dinner to tho following girls: Martha Benson, Barbara Symmes, Mary Carol Grlbble, June Baldwin, Patricia King, Betty Jane Sherer, Betty Zoe Porter Vary and Sylvia. Winer. TO GIVE DANCE TAFT, Jan. 27.— As n fitting relaxation after a. week of arduous exnrnt- natlojis at the high school and Junior college, Taft chapter. Do Molays, has planned a novelty dance, to bo called "A Night In Switzerland," for Saturday night In the Masonic temple. The temple has been decorated In the theme suggested. The elaborate scenic effect has been produced through special lighting and decorative arrangements. Mrs, Henry Morris, mother of Othello Morris, past master councilor of Hie order, originated and put Into effect the novel reproduction of a winter scene. The dance will start at 9 o'clock. During intermission refreshments will be served free of charge. Depression prices will prevail. r , AT AQEN HOME TAFT, Jan. 27.— A group of friends of Fred Agen gathered at his home at 516 Fifth street Wednesday night and tendered him a surprise party on the occasion of . his birthday anniversary. Bridge occupied tho evening, after which a chow mien supper was served. Winners at bridge were Mrs. William McClure and Mrs. H. R. Kaiiode, G D. Christian and Robert Young. •••< Tho Tawasl girls mot at the home of the guardian, Miss Margaret Kuehn, 2103 G street, last Monday afternoon. During the short business meeting, Camp Fire was explained to Mtss Alice Johnson, a visitor, and Mrs. Gardiner, a mother. Those present were Marie Stanfleld, Barbara Arnold; Constance MarsllI, Rose Mary Dunlup, Geraldlne Harris, Evelyn- Clark, Betty Chandler, Mary Lou Gardiner and Mfss Kuehn, guardian. PROMISES AID r ^ ^\^v^it^^ Whatever lov. she had for her husband was lost ytars ago, Mrs. Marjori. Baker. Rochefort said In announcing she would aid James A. Stillman In any suit for alienation of affections which her husband, Luc Rochefort, might file against the elderly banker whose marital litigation several years ago created a sensation. TO SPONSOR LUNCHEON TAFT, Jan. 27.—The Onetcda Club will sponsor a bridge luncheon In the Masonic Tomplo. February 2 at.!2:3( o'clock. Those planning to attenc should make arrangements .as soon as possible with Mrs. Elizabeth Costello or Mrs. Maude Passehl.. Lovelj prizes have been secured and every effort Is being made to make this a delightful affair. There will be a small charge for 1 luncheon and cards and the public Is invited. BAND CONCERT IS SLATED FRIDAY Selections From "Red Mill". to Be Offered; Vocalists, Dancers to Assist Selections from Victor Herbert's Red Mill," made famous years ago jy David Montgomery and Fred Stonj. will bo featured in tho Bakernfloia Sigh School band concert, scheduled 'or Friday .afternoon, .February 3. Time allotted for the concert will not permit presentation of the musical comedy In full, according to Harold J. Burt, director of tho band, but arrangements lutve been made to present some of the hit nujpiberg. •• Tho band will be assisted by a group of high school and Junior college vocal soloists, including Miss Kathleen "iassady, Louis Trtguero nnd Jack Monan, and the popular dance team comprising tho Misses Leon and Na- dlna Jordan. The specialty numbers will be given In full costume, promls- ng one of tho most delightful entertainments .over offered by Mr. Burt's musical organization. Song, Numbers Miss Cassndy will be featured In the numbers, "Jj'ou Never Cnn Toll About a Woman," "Tho Isle of Our Dreams' 1 and "I Want You to Marry Mo." Tho songs are of n dlffurent type from tho classical work In which she hah ittracted favorable comment during the pnst several months, but are of popular appeal and well suited to her yrlc noprnno voice. Louis Trlguero nnd Jack Monan will appear as Kid Connor and Con Kldder, comedians and singers. Ono of their most popular offerings will be tho song, "Good-a-Byo, John," with its side play of comedy. They will be featured jointly tho Jordan sinters In "Whistle It." while the dance team will hove as Its special number, "Because You're You." Leon nnd Nndlne are taking the roles of Tina and Lena, the barmaids. Dick Lowo Is assisting In direction of tho dance numbers. Master of Ceremonies The entire chorus will take part In the grand flnalo, singing "The Streets of New York" to band accompaniment. Harold Cnrloek, president and drum major of the band, will act as miiHter of ceremonies during the performance. Taft Men's Tourney in Bridge to End TAFT, Jan. 27.—At tho conclusion of play In' tho fourth night of the men's championship bridge tourna- nent at tho Petroleum Club last night, W. L. Adkisson and M. F. Lu- .on clung to first place by tho narrow margin of HO points over Fred Martin and Jerry Boyd, who are In second plrtce. Luton and Adklsxon have 8778 )olnts, with Boyd and Martin total- ng 86.18 points. Walter Miller and Joe Cosgrove arc n third place with 8410 points and C. Wlnans and Walter Duhlg are fourth with 8168 points. Tho final party will bo held next Wednesday night and will be pro- ceded by a 0:30 o'clock roast pig barbecue furnished by Bill Adklsson. . CLUB HAS MEETING TAFT, Jan. 27.— Tho Music Study Club, whose members are the piano pupils of Aveftel Wllhrow, mot at tho home of Mrs. Wlthrow recently. National music of America was the theme of tho evening, tho subject to be concluded at tho next meeting of the club. Following the program, refreshments wore served. The next meeting wll be held February 3 and an enjoyable program Is being prepared with each pupil to furnish a number. Valentine's day will be celebrated with a dinner >uid social- It was decided by the members of the Watu- hlyi Camp Flro last Monday, afternoon whon they met at tho homo of Mrs. Winifred Peterson, 2825 Park Way. The dinner will be prepared and served by Helen Baldwin and Mary Esther Taylor. Decorations will be planned by Lorene Russell, chairman, and Dorothy Smith and Margaret Walters. During the meeting, Mrs. Peterson ', read a letter from the Needlework > Guild in Santa Barbara regarding the i disposal of the garments completed ; by the local group. i Those present wore Mary Esther Taylor, Frances Ourrurd, Mury Hudson, Helen Baldwin, Barbara Sho- nmto, Andrea Shaw, Marie Sherman, Lorene Russell, Margaret Walters, Dorothy Smith, Mrs. Kdna Lane, assistant guardian, and Mrs. Peterson, guardian. If m piece of bread itn't toasted evenly, it's charred in places, and itrcaked with white in other places. A piece of crisp, crunchy, golden-brown toast can be made only with an even, steady heat all over both uldea. You, couldn't get that with a match! BUSINESS GIRLS MEET TAFT, Jan. 27.— Members of tho Business Girls' Club of Taft met In tho teachers' rest room in the domestic science building of tho high school Wednesday noon and adjourned to the | cafeteria for luncheon. During lunch- | oon, plans were made for tho week- I und party nK guests of Miss Helen | Cokcr and lior.nlxter, Mrs. Fay IluwU- lus In the Tolmclmpl mountains above Kocne. A great tlmu Is promised tlio group, including bid Inn nnd Hleddlng In the tmow. Members of tho club participating in the luncheon meeting were Kay Flnlayson, Mary Head, Ruth Campbell, Kay Elland, Erma Dlckson, Eva Glelchner, Louise Walter, Anne Brown and Eva Wilson. Miss Lillian Glelch- ner was a guest of her sister. No can of Hills Bros. Coffee will ever "go stale." The vacuum can keeps it FRESH ALWAYS! MSN for Old Jewelry, Den- Ul and Mining Gold THE WICKERSHAM CO. Corner Nln.t.tnth and I Streets Wt Ot Nit Emiloy OutiMt 8»ll(IUrs eooltecf food tmef /lamlemily roaafeef eo/See get an er0n dtttribution of heat, Few realize that the rare charm of Hills Bros. Coffee ... its wonderfully exquisite flavor ... its matchless uniform goodness . .. result from perfect roasting of every berry. This is accomplished because Hills Bros. Coffee is roasted a little at a time — as the blend flows evenly, continuously through the roasters. This process — Controlled Roasting — is exclusive to Hills Bros. The ordinary method of roasting coffee in large batches does not insure the ttamo uniform goodness as Controlled Roasting. There is no accurate way to roast each batch to the same degree. As a result, there is often disappointing variation in flavor. You must drink Hills Bros. Coffee to know its taste- thrill and constant satisfaction. Order some today, by name, and look for the Arab trade-mark on the can. GROUND RIGHT TO TASTE RIGHT Hill* Broi, Coffee it correctly ground for best retulti by drip proceu or any other method. Ccpjrrlfkt 193a Hilli Broi. HILLS BROS COFFEE Birthday Feb. 14 to Be Observed by Lodge No. 78 Quest night will be celebrated February 14 by Valentine Lodge No. 78, Degree of Honor Protective Association, the occasion marking the birthday anniversary of the lodge, which was Instituted on Valentine's day, and named for the February patron saint, An i open meeting and card party will be held at the Moose hall. The lodge entertained Wednesday evening at a card party, prises at wh|oh were won by Mrs, Minnie Heath (f|rst and special prises), Mrs. Minnie Jacobs, Mrs. Hattle Starr and Mrs. Edna Kllngenberg. TAFT LYRIC CLUB '< TO MAKE DEBUT Will Give Concert Next Week as Benefit for West Side Woman's Club TAFT, Jnn. 27. — The first public appearance of tho Tnft Lyric Club, a> department of the Woman's Improvement Club, will be made on Thursday^ night, February 2, when a concert will be given, the proceeds to be turned over to the school milk fund, No admission will be charged, but. a silver offering will be taken The Lyric Club was organized last year and some fine work has been dono under tho direction of Mrs. George F. McKlimle. ,.. Tile club will be assisted at the conoct t by tho following: J11.-JS Jem, del Bondlo, violin soloist, accompanied by Ernest A. Wolff; Miss Raydcne Green, reader; Mrs. Avenel Wlthrow, pianist. Mrs, McKlnnle will offer a' vocal solo, accompanied by Mrs. Hennon Pettlt. Members of the Lyric Club are: Mrs. McKlnnlo. director; Mrs. Wlth- row, accompanist; sopranos, Mes- dnmes 13dward G. Sewell, Frank F. Dickey, Oscar A. Kommcrs, George li. AVnt.son, L. C. Thomas, Virgil Schwartz, R. P. Hale, Harry C. Gregory, F. M. Cole. Uobort C. Patterson and Wllllnm D. TCgenhoff; altos, McHdnmes A. It. Moodle, J. S. Vorls and.M. P. Nevcjuns. The public IM cordially Invited. Saturday Specials EASTERN DRUG CO. 1326 Nineteenth Street Phone 1732 50c Vicks Nose Drops 29c $1.00 Pepsodent Antiseptic $1.00 Ovaltine 67 c S5c Kruschen Salts 49c 50c Ipana Tooth Patio 29 c $1.50 Quart Russian Mineral Oil 49c 65c Pond's Cold Cream 46c $1.00 Pacquin Hand Cream $1.00 Upjohn Super D 69c $1.00 Lavoris 69c 50c Pepsodent Toothpaste 29c lOc Lifebuoy or Lux Soap Sc 25c Kleenex 12c 1 Chesterfields, Camels, Lucky Strikes Carton $1.09 65c Pihex 49e 35c Kolex I5c 60c Sal Hepatica .. 39c 50c YEAST FOAM Tablets. 32c 40C Gastoria . . . . 27c 35c Vicks Vapo Rub, 22c $1.00 ANTISEPTIC Solution . . . . 29c 50c SAGRADA Gascara . . . , 29c 40c VASELINE Hair Tonic . .. 29c 16-OZ. Milk Magnesia. 29c $1.00 GUARANTEED FOUNTAIN Syringe 39c SOc GLYCERIN Rose Water . . 29o Mercurocrome . 9c 50c Camphorated Oil 2$c 11.00 Adlerika , , . , 69c BOc Wave Set... I9c 50c BAY RUM Shaving Cream, 29c 20c J. d. J. Baby Talc ... I5c 16.OZ. Cod Liver Oil . 39c soc Feenamint. .. 32c 100s Pure Asprin . . 39c 16-OZ. RUBBING Alcohol ... I7c 50c Castor Oil.... 29c 75c FITCH Shampoo .... 49c 1-LB. BRUSHLESS Shaving Cream, 49c 25c Cuticura Soap. I7c 25c LISTERINE Tooth Paste . . I5c 25o Woodlnry Soap, I7c

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free