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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1933 > 33 Students Eligible; Make Fine Scholarship Record; Names Announced Thirty-two students nre entitled to membership in the Bakersfield Junior College honor society, Alpha Gamma Sigma, during the spring semester of 1033, according to a report today from tho office of Miss Grace V. Bird, dean of the junior college. Five others are eligible for associate membership, granted to students In semi-professional curricula. Membership In the honor society Is decided by the scholastic records of the students In tho preceding semester, a "B" average In 16 units of work, or 32 grade points, being necessary. Following Is it list of the honor students: ' Misses Beatrice Allpn, Margaret Bailey, Doris Baker, Jane Bellows, Mary Elizabeth Clark, Peggy Cooke, Mary Do I.acy, Evelyn Devlne, Mary Ellen DeWar, Viola Elms, Isabelle Hannwnlt, TOlma Handel (associate), Virginia Jameson, Sybil Kruhn (associate), Marie Long, 1'earl I,ove (associate), June Myers, Mabel Smith, Esther Waters, Anabel Hulmo and Betty Wlodmann. James Cramer (associate), William Dolan, Alvlij Dronnan, Clarence Khn, Paul Pong, William Glddlngs, John Hawkins, Everett Hollaway, I,en Kaff, Albert Kattenhorn, Billy McDonald, Robert Russell, Bon Spencer, William Trelde (associate), Edgar Wasem, Orlando Wiobe, Wilfred Wlebe. Kern Nurses to Hear Speech on Hourly Service Mrs, Thomas C. Austin will be the speaker who will appear before the members of the Kern County Nurses Association at Its meeting Wednesday night at the Woman's Rest House. Mrs. Austin will tell about "the organization of the hourly nursing service plan as It is carried out In Pasadena. Anyone who Is Interested In the plan Is invited to attend. Miss Marguerite Castro, president, will conduct the session. SJORY.HOUR 10 BE HELD AIOILDALE Mrs. Hathaway to Conduct Series for youngest of Library Patrons W. R. C. Delegates Giving Card Party Woman's Relief Corps delegates to the annual convention In Berkeley In May will entertain at the second of n. series of six card parties Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Otto Clausnltzer, 2405 San Emldlo street. At the last party, a week ago, 2S guests attended, and the sponsors nre hoping to exceed the crowd Wednesday. Five hundred will be played; four prizes will be awarded. Mrs. Hermlna Schmidt, Mrs. Rose Valencia «nd Mrs. Minnie Bauer are assisting Mrs. Clausnltzer. Heglnnintc a series of story hours that is exported to prove ono of the popular features of library service to the youngest patrons, Mrs. Nina Hathaway will preside at u circle of young hearers as the "story lady" on next Saturday morning at 11:15 o'clock at (lie Olldnle branch. The hour has been particularly chosen to give the youngsters an opportunity to fulfill homo chores. Mrs. Hathaway has selected for the story hour series, "Letters to Channy," a more engagingly told travelogue written by a mother to her son while she Is on a tour of the world. The library has picked the Channy series ;by Helwlz Washburne as being particularly Interesting to young people and because If n young follower misses one story hour ho may <>njoy the next, one without losing a thread of tho talo. 10IEJJONDAY County Club Women to Hold Gathering at Delano; State Vice-President Speaker Theodore Strong Dedicates Baptist Pipe Organ Friday Miss Josephine Seaman of. La .Tolla, vice-president of the California Federation of Woman's Clubs, will be the sucst speaker at tho mooting of the Knrn County Federation of Woman's Clubs, on February 6 at Delano. Members of the Delano Woman's Club, of which Mrs. Philip Maerzke Is president, will bo hostesses of tho county mooting. The business session will open /it 10 o'clock at the local clubhouse with Mrs. W. H. Jahant of Wasco, county president, In the chair. There will be luncheon at noon, and Miss Seaman will address the afternoon session. She Is also state chairman of literature. A report will be presented on tho district board meeting held recently, and plans for county representation at the state convention in April will bo dlsoussed. CircleWill Hold Meeting Wednesday Members of tho Laguna Pnrk Circle of First Presbyterian church will hold an all-day meeting Wednesday at the homo of Mrs. A. M. Tilly, 209 Chester avenue south. Potluck luncheon will be served at noon. Each par- :Iclpiint Is asked to bring her favorite lot dish or salad. The members will bring needles and thimbles for sewing. Women of the missionary society are Invited to take jart. Additional Information may bo lad by .telephoning Mrs. Tilly. V. F. W. Auxiliary Will Hold Meeting Iliirold Brown Auxiliary. No. 1468, Veterans of Foreign War.s, will meet Wednesday evening at Mooso hall (it are being asked cards for membership, "to this meeting. There will be n business session, presided over by Mrs. Marker Cunningham. The drill team will meet promptly at 7 o'clock for an hour's practice before the meeting. Mrs. Clarence Miller, drill captain, will bo One group of pupils of Rexton Reed, ' The Clausnitzcr residence may be ] s o'clock. Members reached by bus, by those not having ! to brl "K application other transportation. •» « » Reed Pupils Will Play in Recital piano teacher In Bakersfield and Taft, will be heard In recital tonight at 8 o'clock at the Eagles hall. The public Is being extended nn invitation. Thirteen students will piny. • • » TO ADVANCE OFFICERS Tejon Court, No. 41, Order of the Amaranth will hold "advancement" night Wednesday evening, with Mrs. Sylvia Reagan acting as royal matron, and A. Claude Niclson as royal patron. Refreshments will be served. Visitors will be welcome, according to Mrs. Ella Mae Means, royal matron and James Cheney, royal patron. r FRATERNAL Sequoia Circle Meetfhg Sequoia Circle, No. 300, Neighbors of Woodcraft, will meet in regular session at the W. O. W. hall tonight, The meeting will open at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Lily Inghum, guardian neighbor, in charge. A birthday party honoring nil members who had anniversaries lu October, November or December, will follow the business session. Mrs. Ellen Kaiser is chairman of arrangements. T O POWER and sonority of playing are added an unusual degree of poetic feeling: In the musicianship of Theodore Strong, organist, who will play a recital of IB numbers Friday night to dedicate tho new Baptist Church pipe organ, say those who have heard one or moro of- his 200 dedicatory concerts. Mr. Strong Is a favorite In musical circles of tho Pacific coast and Is organist and musical director for Shell Happytlme, heard over the Columbia Don Lee network. He will arrive hero from his homo In Snn Francisco early Friday morning and will spend tho day familiarizing himself with tho magnificent new organ, Just Installed In tho local church. Tho concert Is open to the public. No charge will be mado at the door, hut a silver offering will be collected for the benefit of tho organ fund, according to L. O. Gates, chairman of the organ committee. Burton to Sing Tho seventh number on the program will be tonor solos, "Ye People Rend Your Hearts" and "If With All Your Hearts" from Mendelssohn's "Elijah," sung by Henry H. Burton, Jr., accompanied at the organ by Mr. Strong. Born In New York City, Strong first appeared In public at the age of 8, proudly presented by his piano teacher as tho star attraction of the "Ladlhs 1 Aid" church entertainment at the village church In Mount Vernon, Now York. At 10 years of ago he started climbing the ladder of musical success. In tho east and on the Pacific coast ho has served ns organist and choir director In churches of almost every denomination, and during tho last 17 yoars ho has played In 2500 church services. Wide Experience Tnre,e years ago, on a visit to New York, while ut Aeolian hall, he recorded for tho Aeolian DuoArt Reproducing Pipe organ. TloturninK via tho northwest, ho played nt Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Arlington and Spokane. He has made two trips to Salt Lake City plnylng recitals on the Mormon ^abernacle organ. Mr. Strong organized The Celes- tlons, featuring pipo organ, harp, violin and 'cello. The new organ is a two-manual and pedal Instrument built by M. P. "Mocller, Inc., of Hagerstown, Md., and erected by Leo F. Schoenstoln and h'is son, of San Francisco'. There are 21 stops controlling S10 pipos In 11 ranks, with provision for the addition of chimes. By OLIVE ROBERTS BARTON- Legion Auxiliary Party Is Announced Announcements nre out for a Region Auxiliary party Friday, February 3, :it 7:30 o'clock, at Region hall. Each member Is requested to bring nn eligible candidate. Refreshments will be served nnd games will be played. On February 14 nn annual card party will be held, also ut tho hall. Tills will be open tn the public. Mrs. AVIllinm 13. Patrick is president of the auxiliary. Lackawanna Card Party Lackawanna Council, No. 154, Degree of Pocahontas, will sponsor a card party Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Moose hall. The affair Is open to tho public. Prizes and refreshments are planned, with Mrs. Jean Warden in charge of the card tables and Mrs. Freeda Freeman of refreshments. T HE word goes out from Washington that we must be charitable this fall and winter. Will you let me add my message to that? It Is difficult to understand all the slow litigation for relief work. Under all that has been done, or not done, there are economic reasons, not understood' by the average citizens, for a more liberal program of help for tho jobless. Whatever those reasons are, and regardless of the, fact that the relief voted by the federal government and states will go far to keep people from starving, we are faced by tho fact that there will still be thousands who will need more help than welfare or- :anizutions or government bodies can ;Ive. Investigate! It comes down to the man or woman ,t our front door, who a«k« for food, lothes, car checks, or money. Now, I know the problem. Perhaps have had, even more than my share of destitute who come to my door to isle help. Each housewife feels, very IkerV, as I do on certain days when he quite obvious professional beggur whines for alms, that It has all gone >eyond the bounds of reason and that she can do no more. 1 Filter papers in each tin you 34 per Jb!j \ It is absolutely impossible to brew the finest DRIP coffjbe without a filter paper. Theie sell for 15$ per 1OO at any grocery store. But 1Q filter papers are in each tin of Schilling DRIP Coffee -and Schilling only. That's 3<r per pound saving! SchillLii I. O. O. F.- Meeting Bakersfield Lodge No. 440, I. O. O. F. will meet Wednesday night In regular session with Walter Adklns, noble grand, presiding. The entertainment committee has arranged a special program. All members aro being asked to attend. Amaranth Needle Club Mombern of the Neeille Club of Bnk- ersfleld Court, No. 3^, Order of the Amaranth, will meet at the home of Mrs. Mary Lastnr, 1227 East Eighteenth street at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Bakersfield Court Bakersfield Court, No. 32, Order of tho Amaranth, will serve a turkey dinner Friday evening at the Masonic temple from 6 to 8 o'clock. I W. B. A, Meeting There will be a regular meeting of the Woman's Benefit Association, K«rn Review No. 66, at the K. of P. hall on Lake street at 8 o'clock Wednesday night. Caledonia Lodge Members of Caledonia Lodge, No. 486, F. & A. M., will hold a stated meeting Wednesday night at Urulda hall In East Bakersfield with Lee J. Craln, master, presiding. 4 « » > PLANNING DINNER Miss Juslina Hendsch has been i named chairman of dinner arrangements for a banquet Thursday, Febru- ! ary 0, in the Spanish ballroom of [Hotel F,I Tejon, In honor of Mrs, I Uellno McDonald Bowman, national j president of tho Business and Profes- | slorial Women's Club. The affair wlli be given under auspices of the loca' club, with members of all clubs In the district Invited. « i » — <$> INTENTIONS TO WED Auldls L. Wlndcs, 21, Fellows, and j Huth E. Greene, 18, Martcopa. Polk Pulllns, &2, and Josephine B Glllls, 40, Shandoii. (Jcorge J. Frances, 21, Tulare, ana Kathryn Bradeford, 20, Bnkorsfleld. Carl L. Oliver, 21, Walnut Grove Leila R. Barner, 18, AValnut Grove Sacramento county. Feting Miss Payne 'Miss Evelyn Payne, whose marriage to Herman Agep Is set for February L7, was tho honoree recently at a sll- .•er shower given by Miss Elsie Myers at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy 13. Myers, 304 Oleander avenue. Tho wedding date has been set on tho birthday anniversary of the bridegroom-elect. Bridge was played, with prizes won by Miss Lorraine Harty and Miss Cella Baer. A light supper was served at midnight after the opening of gifts. Those attending were,: Mesdames— Edward D. Hazel Wycoff Schlager ,1. Bruce Payne R, A. Andersen Misses- Hazel Williams Cella Baer Jo-Nell Walters Lorraine Harty Kvelyn Payne Huth Ilodeen Virginia Smythe * • * Sunshine Social Club Members of the Sunshine Social Club will be entertained nt the home of Mrs. Charles Young, 239 Pacific street, Wednesday afternoon. 4 « » TO GIVE PARTY Members of Monroe Temple, Pythian Sisters of Bast Bakerafield, will entertain nt a benefit card party at the home of Mrs. Nettio Young, 239 Pacific street, at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon. Handmade prizes will be awarded. Refreshments will be served. A "wedding ring" pattern quilt will be given away. But what I beg Is this: Don't close I tho door with the words, "No, not today," unless you arc certain that the man or woman standing there Is past self-help, Is not actually hungry, and has not n hungry and cold family of children at homo. And If you have a maid, say to hec, "Mary, come to me If there Is someone who needs real help. You are as smart as I am. Come and tell me If a thin gray woman or an old sick man, or a discouraged young one asks for something." There Is always a way to figure It out. We cannot all give money. I discovered that In two weeks I had given away a number of dollars. 1 could not afford to give In quarters 'and dimes at the door, as well as food nnd clothing. But we shall have to do this, and go on doing- it. AVe shall havu to divide our crusts this winter. Often Turned Away Just a, moment ago n sick woman came to my door. She was,just out of tho hospital. Too weak and thin to care to eat, .she on!}' wanted tea. Wo gave her u little money, a coat, some canned goods, bread anil butter to take homo to her children. And she- rested until her pain got better. I thought she was going to faint, poor girl. She wasn't very old, and oh, so thin! "Everyone closes their door In fny face," she panted. "There are so many beggars who take advantage now you can't blame people." But once In a while there is nn an- el to bo fed unawares. We have to sk that. Not onco In a while, but ften. We cannot help everybody, lut asldo from our contributions to elfare chests this fall we shall have ) enlarge our hand-to-hand charity nd help mothers, fathers, and chll- ren to live. JAYSEE HIE SCHEDULE HEAVY Meet Visalia Wednesday; to Clash With Team From Utah Monday Six debates within n period of six days was tho difficult schedule upon which Bnkcrsfleld Junior College debaters, under tho leadership of Vf. K. Peterson, debate conch, will embark Wednesday afternoon In their dual mooting with VIsalla ,T. C. teams. Tho valley conference meetings with VI- snllu are only a start, It was revealed, .since the local junior college apeakern are to clnsh with Roedley and Taft pnlor college debaters In an extem- pory contest Friday, and arrangements have Just been completed for two more debates with, Weber Junior College's touring speakers hero Monday. Teams selected to represent Bakersfield J. C. against VIsalla arc William Tivnon and Harry Miller, at Vlsnlla, and William Biddings and George Poehner, in Bakersfield. They arc entering the second round of the Central California series. War Debt Topic The meeting with Weber Junior Colleg-e Is stealing the spotllpht, however, as tho Utah speakers uro among the most highly rutud of the west. Tho contests Monday will mark resumption of rivalry which in the past brought forth superlatives of -oratory and platform generalship. A special meeting; of the junior college student body Is to be called by Glenn Bultmnn, president of tho Associated Students, Monday morning, when the first half of tho dual debate will be staged. Musical entertainment will also be offered in connection with tho program. Tho second meeting will be held Monday evening in room 10 of tho junior colleg-e building. War debts will be the topic debated, on tho Oregon plan of cross- examination. Julius Bain, Junior college debate manager, Is In charga of arrangements for tho appearance of tho Weber debaters. Coach Peterson will select the four Persons who will represent Bakersfield In the two contests from the following squad: Miss Isnbelle Hnnawalt, Miss Kvelyn Schmidt, William Tivnon, Harry Miller, George Poehner, William Oiddlngs, Gerald Estop, Harold Estep, .fames Stone, Jack liethune, Glenn Bultman and Max MrKiuley. -<$> De Molay Men to Hear Report on Valley Dance At Thuridny night's mooting of Bakersflald chapter of D« Molay, n full report will be given on a dance sponsored Saturday night by the valley chapters, and' attended at the Masonic temple ny 100 mem- ben and their ladies from Tula re, Fresno, Taft, Visalia and Bakers-' field. Lawrence Elwood, chairman, will give the report, supplemented by remarks from members of his committee, Phil Whita^Asa Meu- dell, Jr., Charles Shaw and Robert Nelll. Music was furnished by a 10-plece orchestra, at the Masonic temple ballroom. There will be discussion of a valley meeting at Fresno In the early future, and Installation February 10 at which Charles Shaw will be seated as master councilor, succeeding Robert Strauss. Christian Endeavor Society Has Meeting Combining their monthly business and social mooting, the High School Christian Endeavor Society of the First Christian Church met recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester W. Kan-ell, SOS Oak street. After a business meeting presided over by Mark Zuercher, games were played, led by Uoy Farrell, social chairman, assisted by David Jameson. Refreshments were served. Those present Included Ruth Winn, Mariana Bohnn, Evelyn Hawkins, Ellen Snyder, Huth Cary, Virginia Fart-oil* Alberta Miller, Loora Miller, Dorothy Gist,. Mary Dlxon, Kloln Dlxon, Marie Neergaaril, Elizabeth .\K««, Btflo Russell, James Moses, AVilllam Moses, Paul Pryor, Roy Farrell, David Jameson, Donald Jameson, I^aivronco Zuercher, James Carter, Clayton Edwards, Calvin Allen, Frarilc Holland, Robert Perry and James WInn. TEACHERS' Ufl COUNCIL IE! NG Spring Semester Bulletins to Be Distributed . i j) ' on February 6 Bulletins of the now semester, Including n revised club constitution, will bo distributed ut a meeting of, the council of the Teachers Club atf tho cluh office February 6, It was announced today by Mrs. Halite Hoy, president. Miss Sadie / Clendennen, edltor-in-phlef of the booklet. An additional feature this spring will bo an article on early Kern county history, written by Principal H. A. Splndt of tho high school. This Is Illustrated by a picture of Port Tejon, on thu cover. ^»i School legislation will be the suhjewj at the next regular session, February 21. Spring events will b? planned at that time, among them nn annual picnic and an annual breakfast, . «-<_• A Informal Party of George A. Warmer Speaking Feb. 28 The Kov. George A, Warmer, former pant of First Methodist Episcopal Church, state worker in the Masonic lodge and widely known religious worker, will speak at a banquet at thu social hull of First Methodist Church Tuesday evening, February 28. The Ladles' Aid Society Is sponsoring the event, and members are, now soiling tickets. They promise a delicious turkey dinner, preceding; the address. The Reverend Mr. Warmer's talk will be "Forward the Elements of Victory." Mrs. Warmer (tho former Miss Alma Hassel of this cl(y) and thoir smalL daughter Joan Alma, will accompany* the speaker. Druids Is Success i Church P. T. A. to Sponsor Social TO HOLD MEETING •St. Paul's Kplscopa! Church Guild will meet tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock. The choir rehearsal hereafter will be held on Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock Instead of Wednesday evening. On Thursday ut tho homo of Mrs. Henry W. Scott, 1830 Second street, a bridge dessert 'will bo held under the auspices of tho Service League. The front page of most Japanese morning newspapers Is given over to book advertisements. The Japanese figure that an the front pagu Is liable to b« soiled, they print there only advertisements. Latett Model DRIP Coffee Maker and 1 lb. of Schilling DRIP Coffee 11 JO at your grocers or tend 41.20 to A Schilling &> Co., San Francisco. Money back if not tttiified. For Percolator or ordinary Coffee Pot use Stan dard Schilling Coffee •c usual. I Yeast Bouillon Cubes Made From Brewers' Yeast-Harris Rich in Vitamine B Try This Better Broth With the Vitamine in It A \ 7 egetable Fpod—Stimulates Appetite FOR ALL AGES Body Building—for School Children ; Two Sizes—35c and $1.25 Kimball & Stone Tht ParttcuUr Drucslftf Phone 53 PKon« 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY CC B«k«roft«y, CM. Auxiliary Card Party Is Enjoyed The fourth of n series of card par- ; ties being sponsored by the Auxiliary i of United Spanish War Veterans was j held nt the home of Mrs. Rose Paeh- j llg, 1212 Tularo street, with Mrs. Catherine Garner assisting. Prizes worn won by Mrs. Margery Pagan, Mrs. Elslo Kuehn, Mrs. Norma ( Austin, Edward E. Persol, J. O'Brien j and P. T. Thornton. The door award , went to Mrs. Daisy Kelley. : p.obort L«on Barr was announced The fifth party will bo held Sntur- ] today ns the winner of the theory day evening at tho Community hall. [ contest sponsored by Mrs. Harry Twenty-eight tables, a record crowd, attended a card party devoted to! bridge, five hundred and pedro last j night under auspices of Sumner| Grove, No. . r i7, Order of Druids. \ . Entertainment was provldf-d by Berti Nazarone, cor Kaslcy's School of ttanclng. > Chester, a von •* " ' imo.i .-..K.I \11 Prlze« in pfdro were won liy Mrs. Gertrude Hlgley, Felix Garrone, John Kyrnud; In five hundred, Mrs. William It. Cioldlng and Mrs. Tllllc Ilense; and In bridge by Mrs. Blnni-hu Uilk.n, Mrs. Jack Allyn. Mrs. Hlgley won tt special prize, also. I Winner of Contest A Parent Teacher Association of tho Sunday School,, will sponsor n "get-together" at tho church of tho orner of Fourth street and uo, (onlgrht, It was an- nounc-ed. All friends of the church are being bidden. The Sunday school r. T. A. is a movement starting In many uhurcht'H throughout California, and ono destined to become almost :>.M popular UN tho school associations, the church folk believe. Instrumental and vocal music, read- Ings and skits are planned. Refreshments will be served. The projrram will begin at 7:30 o'clock. Announced Today, Athletic Events to Be Given for Elks Ofidule. hostess. with Mra. Fagan acting a.s TO SERVE LUNCHEON Women of tho Magunden Home Department will serve a luncheon from Binnn, teacher of piano, for her pupils. The contest was concluded Saturday afternoon. Tho clnsses were Boxing and tumbling acts from the high school boys' physical education department will be provided through the courtesy of J. H. Davis tonlgli to a o'clock Magunden hall. Wednesday at the held weekly on Friday nighf, nncl tho (when Uakersflold lodge No. 266, B. I- examination was based on this in-|o. E., meets in weekly session. Vlr- struction. They will bo continued j g n Johnson, exalted ruler, will preside, throughout the season, It is an- [ Preparations will be made for past nounced. (exalted rulers' night February 14. _. TryHolWoods Complexion Care •/ i/ ^mm^ J, _. 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