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Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, February 2, 1933
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10 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORN1AN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1933 SOCIAL TOBEPOID Newcomers to Be Initiated Into School Affairs by League; Party Planned Freshman girls who entered Bak- ersflold High School at the beginning of the spring semester Monday will be given a glimpse of tho many fields of activity In which they may take part during their high school careers at a meeting to bo sponsored by the Girls' League tomorrow afternoon. Representatives of. practically every girls' organization In school will be present to Instruct tho newcomers In opportunities offered by their various groups. Miss Alice Rankln, president of the Girls' League, will open tho meeting and tell something of her organization and Its objectives. Tho next group to bo Introduced will bo the Girl Reserves who, under the leadership of Miss Orpha Mao Barnes, are planning a tableau to portray Ideals of the reserves. Miss Norma Jean Graham will speak for tho Girls' Glee Club. A style show will be presented by members of the Home Economics Club, under the direction of Miss Marjorlo Barratt. Miss Evelyn Pyles Is In charge of a "stunt" to be given by members of the Girls' Athletic Association, and the Camp Fire Girls will be represented by Miss Juno Waters. Following an Introduction to the Shrlekers' Club, to be given by Miss JLcah Williams, president, members of that organization, the Misses Minerva Tracy, Dena Pleruccl and Helen L>e- raucchi, will lead the assembly In a group of school songs. The freshman girls will also bo tho guests of the upper division students at a "big and little sisters' " party to .be held in the girls' gymnasium tomorrow afternoon. Miss Rankln Is in charge of arrangements for the party, assisted by Miss Eleanor Smith, chairman of tho "big and little sisters' " 'committee; Miss Jean Baldwin, In ;.eharge of music, and Miss Vivian *;Crosbr, In charge of refreshments. _ Dramatics Pupils Contribute Play •!* Members of the Bakersfleld Junior College dramatics class presented the comedy, "White Lies," a tale based • on an old man's reverence for the Ttruth-telllng proclivities of George ^Washington, at Beardsley lost night. •The play was a part of tho program .sponsored by the Camp Fire Girls. • The cast Included Harlln Wilson as "-Mr. Allen; Miss Lucille Ballagh as "Sarah; Miss Gretonen Sanders aa Applause Given by Students at Band Concert Before two capacity audiences tht Bakenfield High Sahool boys' , band presented Its annual concert In the high school auditorium this afternoon. The studerit body was permitted to- attend In "shifts," one half at « first assembly and the balance at a secind, and at both performances the' band and Its director, Harold J. Burt, were accorded applause that amounted almost to an ovation. Added to the martial airs characteristic of a band concert were a number of selections from Victor Herbert's musical comedy, "The Red Mill," which were very well received. The band was assisted by the Misses Kathleen Cassady, Nadlne Jordan and Leon Jordan, and by Louis Trlguero and Jack Monan, In this part of the program. CIFf [REST National Workers to Lead Presbyterian Gathering at Local Church STYLES SHOW DRAWS MERCHANTS V.F.W.AUXI PLANS TOO PARIS Plans were completed for a party at the home of Mrs. R. B. Green, 2001 San Emicllo street, Friday evening, February 3, at lost night's meeting of Harold Brown Auxiliary, No. 1468, Veterans of Foreign Wars, at Moose hall. All auxiliary members are being bidden. Assisting Mrs. Green will be Mrs. C. F. Martin and Mrs. Robert Fowler. Members voted to sow for tho Red Cross, with Mrs. Theo Kalzcr, welfare chairman, heading the committee on arrangements. It was voted to send candles and cookies to a veterans' hospital as a Valentine gift, and all donations are to be brought to drill practice at Moose hall Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs, Clarence Miller, drill captain, will pock the goodies for mailing. Mrs. Miller reported plans for a Washington's birthday party to bo held at Moose hall February 22, at 8 o'clock. A program Is planned, to which all post and auxiliary members are being Invited. Seventeen post and auxiliary members will participate in the play. Tho drill team women will act as hostesses. will be "national mission* day" at First Presbyterian Church. Visitors will be Miss Anno Elisabeth Taylor and the Roy. James niggs, both of New York City, and the Rev. Philip Payno of San Francisco. The gathering, which Is open to all Interested persons, will be featured by n devotional period at 2 o'clock with tho Rev. R. S. Nlckerson, moderator of the San Joaquln Presbytery, delivering the Invocation. A conference period will follow. Mr. Payne will speak on "Methods and Means of Promoting National Missions" and will Illustrate his talk with films and slides. The Reverend Mr. Rlggs will address the men on tho church and national missions, and Miss Taylor will speak to the women on missionary methods. A*Y. 6:30 o'clock a dinner will be served, also open to the public, with tho Reverend Mr. Rlggs as tho speaker. The program will conclude before the opening of the dedicatory organ program at First hurch at 8:15 o'clock. Baptist Bakersfield Chess Club Meets Friday Members of the • Bakersfleld Chess Club have concluded their first tournament, and arrangements are being made to start another Friday evening, following a regular business meeting at First Congregational Church, at 7:30 o'clock. The club has been Increased by several new members, who will bo Included In the new contest. The roster includes 17 names and is still open, with an Invitation to those wishing to learn the gamo, officers announced today. Standings In the tournament were as follows (the first number indicating games won, .the second, games lost): Amel Stegeman, 14-2; Axel Peterson, G-4; Fred L. Grlbble, BH-6V4; Sidney M. Hequembourg, 6-10; Richard Neville, 7-10; Joe Kepler, 2-6%; and W. E. Braddon, 2-6. TOCONFERF1AY Open Session Announced; to Plan for County Conclave in Bakersficld Final arrangements for the crtunty convention to be hold In Bakersfleld on March 10 -will be made at a meeting of the executive bonrd of the . Kern County Christian Endeavor Society on Friday, hlght at 7:80 o'clock at the Pnnumn Congregational church, As n. program has been arranged with Miss Mnbel Brown of Los Angeles, state lender of the young people's Woman's Christian Temperance Union activities, as the speaker. The'board meeting will be thrown open to tho entire county membership. It was announced today by Vercll Wilson, president. Miss Brown will be the chief speaker of the evening. ' The members will also plan for tho county observance of National Christ- Ian Kndeavor week set for January 29-Pebrunry 6. . neports will be presented by county officers and society presidents. "Old Timers" to Be Honored at • Eagle Meeting An "old timers' "'meeting will be held by BakinfUld Aerls of ' Eagles on February 22, It was planned at the gathering of mem. bars last night at Eagle* hill, The forthcoming February meeting will also strike a patriotic not* a* the occasion falling on the birth' day anniversary of George Washington, will be appropriately observed. J. R. Dorsey will be the speaker of the evening. An "aid 1 timers" class wilt be Initiated at the forthcoming meet- Ing, and senior past president* will occupy the chairs and have charge of the meeting which will follow. • LEGION PLANS FROLIC IN 'Martha Allen; Mr. Dale. Carl Freyermuth as The playlet, produced under the direction of Miss Ethel Robinson, director of dramatics, will be repeated •at the high school during assembly period on Wednesday, February 7. Miss Harper Will Play at Claremont Miss Ruth Harper, Instructor at Occidental College, who Is also conducting* a 10-wecks course in piano In Bakersfleld on Saturdays, will present a concert at the Padua Hills Little Theater in Claremont on Thursday, February 2. She Is also scheduled to give a- program at Occidental College on February 8. Miss Harper has been chosen to present a recital at the Taft High School auditorium in February. You Can Have a Lovely Skin "New, wonderful MELLO-GLO face •powder stays on longer, hides' tiny lines and wrinkles, prevents large pores. Banishes ugly shine, none of • that drawn "pasty" look. Cannot "irritate the most delicate skin be- "causo new French process makes It the purest face powder known. You will love the delightful fragrance. Try MELLO-GLO today. 50c and .$1.00. Klmball & Stone.—Adv. Detachable triple shoulder cap* with rhlnestone-set crystal buttons ere features of this crayon rose crepe daytime frock to b* modeled by Eleanor Green at the spring styles show of the Manufacturers' and Wholesalers' Association of San. Francisco February 14 to 16. Hundreds of western merchants will attend the show. De Malay Boys to Meet This Evening The attention of officers and members of Bakerafteld Chapter, Order of De Molay, is being called to tho fact that there will be a small admission charge tonight at the chapter rooms. A tax will bo made on Masons and members of the advisory board also. There will be a report on a dance sponsored by the Valley De Molay Association Saturday night. This will bo made by Lawrence Elwood, Leo Schmidt. Asa Meudell, Jr., and Bob Nell. Proceeds will go to the valley organizations, and will be turned over to that unit through Mike Oldershaw, president, tonight. Plans will be made for attending a valley association meeting in Fresno February 11. Initiation and entertainment are planned for a frolic of the Moose Legion at Vlsalla February 11, accord- Ing to the announcement of local officers. Plans for attending will be made by members of Lodge No. 473 meeting In regular session Frldaj evening at 8 o'clock, at Moose hall. Pedro and five hundred wore p1aye< following last week's session; severa prizes were given. Musical numbers were presented, and refreshments were served. Auxiliary, Legion Leaders to Speak Announcement Is being made today of an American Legion broadcast over the National Broadcast, New York City, February 6 at 12:30 o'clock Pacific time. • The speakers will be John Thomas Taylor, national vice-chairman of the American Legion legislative committee, and Mrs. A. S. Alford Blackburn, national auxiliary officer. The broadcast will bo announced more fully at a meeting of the auxiliary tonight In Legion hall by Mrs. William E. Patrick, president. W. R. C. Delegates' Party Enjoyed Nine tables were filled, when convention delegates of the Woman's Relief Corps entertained at a card party at the home of Mrs. O. L. Clausnltzer, 2405 San Emidlo street yesterday afternoon. The next will take place next Wednesday at the same place at S o'clock. The prize winners were Mrs. J. L. Davis, Mrs. Clara Ingraham, Mrs. Fred Clark (consolation) and Mrs. Claude Shanks (special prize). Refreshments wore served, with the hostess assisted by Mrs. Minnie Bauer, Mrs. Rose Valencia, and Mrs. Hermina Schmidt. Refreshments were complimentary of members of the corps, and prizes were donated by merchants and members. For Mrs. Stankey Mrs. Earle_ Ketchem, 1610 Beale Baffin's Specials for Friday and Saturday Spring Dresses Group of 100. Sizes 14 to 46 Bought to sell at $10. fl» f7 Special price ......... «P I • Spring Dresses Group of 40. .Sizes 14 to 44 $7.50 values. Special price Special Group Dresses Including Prints and Plain Polors. Sizes 12 to 46. $5.95 Values. Special Price for New Spring Coats Fur Trimmed and Sport Stylos. Remark able Values. Special Price "BUSINESS CLINIC" HELD A lengthy session of the "business clinic" wan held at 1669V4 Chester avenue on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, with Mrs. Delia Shutts, vice- president of Christian Business Club, presiding. Those present were earnest In pledging themselves to build up the attendance and promote a sincere co-operation among members. The club has an enrollment of 107 members and Is affiliated with the National Federation of Christian Business Clubs. There are no dues or assessments, the work being entirely supported by voluntary contributions. avenue, was l!ostess last evening at a shower party honoring Mrs. Albert Charles Stankey. A color scheme of blue and pink was used In decorations and refreshments. Five hundred was played, with prizes going to Mrs. J. B. Moore, Mrs. R. L. Garner and Mrs. L. W. Rawley. At the close of the games, Mrs. Stankey was presented with scores of pretty gifts. The honoreo is the former Miss Thetma Kotchem. Those attending the party were: Mesdamcs— J. W. Campion Edward Persel Frank Reese • Tl. L. Garner Earle Ketchem • Leo Helner James Callagy ENJOY DINNER PARTY Feb. 2.—Mr. and Frank Lairo L. W. Rawley Bertha Fenton Walter Cooper George Stankey J. E. Ketchem J. B. Moore A. C. Stankey Misses— Alice Lane. Lllabel Hancock Julia Stankey • • * Miss Ash Here Miss Jean Ash, a student at the University of Redlands, is spending a few days between semesters, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Ash • • • For Seven-Year-old The seventh birthday anniversary o a little girl was the occasion around ' Mrs. H. J. Hendry entertained at Sunday dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Oscar North and daughter, Mary Ann, of Bakersfleld, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Belshaw and children, Cleo, Robert, Catherine, Ethel and Robert of Ooshon which was built a delightful children's party recently. Tho guest of hon& was Mary Louise Blair, the daughte of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Blair, 1217 Baker street. A theater party at tho Fox ,wa followed by refreshments at the Blai throen and Mesdamcs Maun Scearcy, Gcrtudo Frederlckson, JCatherlno Bruce, Grace Bruleson, Mary Cameron, Irene Close, Zara Quick, Irma Lee Crawford, Dodle Lance, Mildred Walker, Dorothy Neely, Dorothy Paulson and Emma. Olln. ome, decked in a St. Valentino motif, ith a heart shaped cake as- a table enterptece. Those taking part were: ClarlSBe Richard Marjorie Schultz Shirley Llghtner Ruth Peterson Katherlne Mrs. Ringling Sued, for $250,000 Balm (A»nociaied Prcn Leafed Wire) , NEW YORK. Feb. 2.—The New York American says Mrs. Emily Haag Buck Ringling, wife of John Ringling, the circus man, has been served with the complaint In a $250,000 alienation of affections suit.- Her ' brother-in-law, Francis X. Kelly, brought the action, charging that Mrs. Ringling persuaded his wife, "Blue and White" Staff Announced The editorial staff of the Blue an White for the spring: semester of 19J was made known today with the firs Issue of the Bakorsfield High Schoo •weekly publication for the new term. Miss Isabel Pesarito will continue as editor-in-chief, but with a new lineup of assistants. The present staff Includes Paul Daly, Querlno Zanotto, Miss Adelaide Stratton, Miss Phyllis Crawford, Miss Elaine Dlxon and Miss Betty Graham, assistant editors, and Ralph Quails, sports editor. Those who served In an editorial capacity last .semester were Miss Mary Bone, associate editor; Miss Bette Brock, John Tlnsley, Miss Lu- clan Doe Picket and Miss Alpha Rlden, assistant editors; and Miss Helen Curran, sports editor. Members to Attend Province Gathering February 25, 26; Plan for Dance Formal Initiation February 27 ,at Hotel El Tejon was planned by Alpha. Psl chapter of the Sigma Phi Gamma ororlty at last nlrfht's meeting In the- ilubrooms In tho woman's' club, build- 1 ng. : Mrs. Howard Cnllaway IB chairman of the formal banquet to be held n connection with the rites. Preparations were made tot several f nembers to attend a province meeting n Hollywood February 25 find' 2C. Those planning to be present are Mrs. Eric Johnson. Mrs. Gottlieb Koch and the Misses Martha Graham, Virginia Voorhles,, Mary McKee, Lucille Curnow and'Luclle Pesante. The girls will entertain at an Informal dance at Stocltdale February 11; the progress of plans was art-, nounced last evening by Miss Mildred^ Poley, president. A six-piece orchestra has been engaged. The dance is*' open to tho public. The hostesses will be MendaHics Freeman Chambless, Eric Johnnon, Howard Callaway, Charles Conklln, Gottlieb Koch, George Carlson, Den- . ver Smetzer, Coward Laster and Robert Stockton and the Misses Martha * Graham, Virginia McLean, Virginia Voorhles, Edna Baum, Eleanor Johnson, Luclle Pesanto, Mildred Foley, Mary McKee, Katharyn Sprague, La- Vaun Long and Lucille Curhow. Amaranth Court to Be Dinner Hostess Alean, to leave him. now In Florida. Mrs. Kelly is Bridges Patriot* Prlchard ' Betty Hughett Margaret Lane Betty Jean Hnrman Barbara Dumble Maude Marie Boehm Birthday Surprise . V .. . + ''' ' Inspired by the birthday anniversary of Fred Kurth, a surprise party was given Tuesday night at the home of Mr,. and Mrs. John Knlffen, 2727 Lake treet. The evening was devoted to games and the serving of refreshments. Those attending were Messrs, and Mesdames Everett Burkett, Glenn Comptbn and Frank Sweet, all of Wasco, Elmer Oromer, Fay Jones, John Knlffen and Fred Kurth, Mrs. Pearl Lane and Frank Knlffen. ENTERTAIN CLUB TAFT, Feb. 2.—Mrs. Mary Lance and her daughter, Mrs. Bernlece Mc- Mlchael, entertained the members of the 90-70 Club Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lance, 413 Polk street. Mrs. Dorothy Paulson received first prize and Mrs. Emma Olln,, second. Attending were Miss Marian Raws- VALENTINE PARTY Mrs. John Asamakls entertained a group of her friends recently at a Valentine party. In honor of Miss Daspo Tsltakls. Bridge and dancing provided entertainment, prizes In the former pastime going to Miss Marie Greene and Mrs. Joseph Drake. After dinner, Miss Tsitakls presented vocal selections. • Mrs. Drake Invited the guests to her homevnext Wednesday. Those attending included Mesdames Peter John Slmos, Joseph Drake anfl John Asam- akls, and the Misses Stella Sotello, Sue Archueta, Marie Greene, Veronica Apodaca and Daspo Tsltakis. •-»-* TO INSTALL OFFICERS Mrs, Katherlne York will be installed as treasurer >,and Mrs. Eva Broonie as guide, when installation services are held Friday evening by the Women of tho Moose at Moose hall. . Past Regent Daisy Harrelson will ho the officer In 'charge. A "circus" planned by one division of the membership headed by Mrs. Minnie Jacobs, captain, will follow the meeting. FRATERNAL Lackawanna Council Lackawanna Council, No. 154, Degree of Pocahontas, will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the, Moose hall. Members of the drill team have been asked to be present for practice. A. U. S. W. V. Sewing Club Members- of the sewing club of the United Spanish War Veterans?iAu*ll- lary will meet at the home of .Mrs Bertha Davis, 1928 Seventeenth Btreel Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs Maude Rawley will preside. Preparations havo been made to servo 260 guests Friday night from to 8 o'clock at tho Masonic temple y Bakersfleld Court, No. 32, Order f the Amaranth, at a turkey dinner, reparations for which have been' made for weeks In advance. Mrs. Pauline Hatton will be In barge In the kitchen and Mrs. Phlla 'ox Is preparing the turkeys. . Mrs. /•*) S. T. Andrews heads the committee f "waitresses," and Mrs. Fox will be n charge In the dining room. Thirty members altogether are working on f he committee. • • The meal is open to the public for a small charge, according to Mrs. Mary Gray, royal matron, and S. T. Andrews, royal patron. « » » BIRTHDAY PARTY Included among the many birthday ; parties of the last few days was that / given by Mrs. Ranle Torlgianl and | Mrs. Rocketta Pera at tho home of ( Air.- and Mrs. A. Rlccomini at Button- ' willow,, on the occasion of the birth- . day anniversaries of the hostesses. Music was furnished by B. Monti, "v, Supper was served at midnight, wltn ' places arranged for Messrs, and Mesdames A. RIccomlnl, J. Chjcca, P. Ghllarducct, Joe OhllaMtuccl, Ay Torl- glanl, G. Torlglahl, M.< Bamaninl, B. FRESNANS OPEN CAFE McFARLAND, "Feb . 2.—Mr. o Mrs. Allen Bragg of Fresno are the new proprietors at the Good Fellows Cafe, on the Golden State Highway Miss Maybelle Bragg of Fresno 1 assisting Mrs. Bragg during the day In the cafe, and tho night service 1 being taken care of by Louie Chrlstln son, also from Fresno. $12.95 One Group of 25 Coats You save big money on theue. Regular d»-| C 139.75 values. Your choice tDJLtK INDIVIDUAL STYLES IN DRESSES AND COATS of superior quality, In all new wanted shades and materials at $19.75 ,„, $25.00 Baffin's Fashion Shop 1804 Chester Avenue. Next to First National Bank I'M CRAZY ABOUT WY NEW WASHER-OUT I WISH I COULD GET MY CLOTHES WHITER. SOMETHING MUST BE WRONG 1- NEXT WASHDAY IMAGWE SOAP MAKING SUCH A DIFFERENCE! 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