The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 2, 1933 · Page 11
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V . • THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORN1AN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1933 1-1 . H" '"tf- -f- * / f t '-•: t" - -j:, VM ' i- ' , -\\ i • j- . • '- ^ - r UIAN UEffi AGAIN Waistline Goes Lower and ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^••^^^^^^P^B^^^^^BM Extensive Plans M Being: Made for Valentine Dance Skirts Longer. Mold Figure in New Showing ^ * By'ADELAIDE KERF? (AtaooMed Press Leaned Wire) PARIS, Feb. 2,—A new and un trammeled silhouette, designed to leave tho modern woman "free In her clothes" was displayed by Patou In his gala show last night. . t The designer, who recently launched a Wir.on the high waistline, showed a silhouette with a semi-low waist lino Just nbovo the hip bones, easily fitting bodices, and -skirts that discarded closely moulded linos. His hats with crowns sometimes four inches high in back and lower In front,* shattered tho old decree of low crowns. Flat wools, linens, silk crepes, bright plaid, and striped taffetas were widely used for blouses and scarves. Coats of the -flllhouette design did not have closely fitted waists, but had skirts gradually widening to the hem, They generally contrasted with the color of tho frock, an, for example, a green wool coat with a black crepe frock. The evening mode stressed the most unusual color combinations, such as a pearl blue crepe dress with a twisted girdle of ?a<3e. Many novel accessories were shown, Mother of pearl necklaces, buckles and •bracelets In bright hues of rose, green, amber and yellow are used as accessories for day and evening wear. Gloves arc important, often having big 1 cuffs' of bright plaid taffeta or knitted chenille In colors reflecting tho dress trimmings. Flngcrless mitts of crepe velvet, worn wrinkled over the forearm, also appeared in the evening mode. CONDUCTS MEETING . TAFT, Feb. 2.—Past President Raymond Gray was In charge of an open meeting at the Taft Rotary Club Wednesday noon at the Shamrock banquet rooms. A large number of Bakersfield Kotartans were present at tho meeting, making- up attendance. Frequent committee meetings are being held by the men In charge of a St. Vaientint dance of Bakersfield pyramid of Solots Saturday, February 18, at the Elks Jinks room* Batloona, serpentine and nolstmakera have bean ordered, and a favorite local 'a«ven- piec« orchestra, engaged. Specialty faaturea will be furnished during a britf inttrmltslon. Dancing will begin at 9 o'clock. Howard Heskatt, chairman of arrangements, U befng assisted by Sam Tobias, toparch, Virgil Young, Buford Fox, Fred Neergaard, Frank Wllkson and Dr. A. C. Jonai. PAST OFFIC TO ATTEND MEET Delegation to Go From Here •• to Gathering to Be Held TIVITIES at Visalia JAYSEE DEBATERS ICTORIES Defeat Visalia; Advancing Toward Championship of Central California By winning both sides of a dual debate with Vlsalia yesterday afternoon, Bakersfield Junior College debaters advanced u long step toward the Central California Conference 'championship. Their next test will come tomorrow afternoon, when the local speakers will engage Taft and Heedley debaters in a pair of extemporaneous contests. Teams selected to represent Bakersfield tomorrow Include George Poehner and Harry Miller, who will go to Taft, and William Tlvnon and Miss Isabella, Hanawalt, who will remain here to receive the Reedley delegates. In yesterday's contests, George Pochner and William Glddlngs won from the Visalia speakers here, the former being awarded first speaker rating, while Miller and Tivnon won for Bakersfield at Visalia, Tlvnon being named first speaker and Miller second. Installation of officers, a.reception for the grand officers of, tho valley, and a 7 o'clock dinner party will be special features when the Southern San Joaquin Valley Past Matrons and Past Patrons Association Saturday night meet in Visalia Masonic temple. Tho grand officers expected Include Mrs. Jessie Oalbrafth Morris, associate grand matron, and Mrs. Adelaide Mnhan, district deputy, both from Bakersfield, Mrs. Josephine BarbonI, district deputy from Visalia and Mra. Grace Jones, district deputy from Taft. The Installing officers will be the retiring president, Mrs. Alice. Gllllsplo of PortcrvDIe, and the retiring adviser, Charles Hare of Bakersfield. Those to be installed are: Mra. Josephine BarbonI of Visalia, president; James N, Cheney of Bakersfield, adviser; Mra. Rena Gary of Exeter, first vice-president; Walter Haight, of Visalia, assistant adviser; Mrs. E. H. Hendrickson, second vice-president; Mrs, Minnie Mac Otterman, secretary; J. W. Gary of Exeter, treasurer; Mra. Novella Cheney, chaplain;' Mrs. Alice Gillesple of Portervillc, marshal; Mrs. Edna Murray of Tulare, organist; Mrs. Martha White of "Lindsay, warder; E. A. Brooks of Vlsalla, sentinel; and Charles Hare, flag bearer. Tho banquet .will be a pntluck affair, with hot dishes and fiiilads provided by members from Exeter, Visalia and Tulare, and dessert by members from other chapters. J OHN F. DAI.B of the slate department of parent education, delivered an address on "Normal Attitude of Children and Abnormal Attitude of Parents" before a group of Jefferson P. T. A. members recently. Air. Date said children should be kept from being injured by tho feeling of depression by parents learning how to get real joy out of simple living. He advocated community programs where tho entire family may gather for entertainment. Tho fathers' council sponsored the program. J. H. Thornber, chairman, presided. ^lusic for tho evening was furnished by the high school band quartet led by Phil Martin. TAFT,. Fob. 2.—Tho Roosevelt Parent Teacher Association will sponsor a card party in the Roosevelt annex Friday afternoon. Bridge, five hundred and whist will be played. Cake and tea-will be served during the afternoon. PROMINENT CLUB OMAN TO SPEAK TAFl LYRIC CLUB CONCERT TONIGHT ORMITORY BOYS Elect Officers and Appoint Committees to Take Charge of Activities Miss Seaman Will Talk on Fine Program to Be Given by "Young Folk of Russia" at County Meeting MEETING AT DELANO TAFT, Feb. 2. — The Hi-Baptist Tounu People's Union of the First will join all other „ . . unions In. the Kern river district at the monthly meeting at Delano, Friday of this week. All members driving their cars are asked to be at the church at 6 o'clock, so that all may have transportation. • _ _ _ Baptist Church young people's r "Young Folks of Russia" will bo the topic of the address to be presented by Miss Josephine G. Sen man of *UL Jolla, chairman of literature for the California Federation, of Women's Clubs, who will be tho • chief speaker nt; the meeting of the Kern County Federation at Delano on Monday. Tho subject was announced today by Mra. W. H. Jahant of AVaaco, president of the Korn Federation. Miss Seaman is one of the most noted club women of California, Sho is well known us a lecturer nnd I.s a forceful and inspirational speaker. The southern California club woman is spoken of as being the unopposed candidate for the prealdency of the California federation to succeed Mrs. Annie Little Barry of Oakland. The Delano Woman's Club will be hostess at the meeting, which Svi 11 begin In the morning at 10:30 o'clock. The morning hours will bo given completely to business. A-luncheon will be served at noon, and the afternoon will be given to Miss Seaman. Mrs. Phillip Maerzko is president of the hostesa unit. Here's the secret of OOK at ur Isn't vegetables. ALL-BRAIN 7 also contains r ^m it a fact that those who arc happy and twice at* much blood*building iron at ful who enjoy good an equal weight of beef liver. ? The two go together. Special cooking, flavoring and Poor health reflects itself in your krumbling processes make Kellogg's manner to other people. Too often, ALL-BRAN finer, softer, more palal- lack of personality can be traced to able. You will find it far more pleas% * constipation. It may cause loss of ant to enjoy a cereal in place of taking appetite and energy. Yet it can be patent medicines. So much wiser too. f overcome by eating a delicious cereal. • h Two tablespooufulb daily of Laboratory tests show that Kellogg's * ALL<ARAN will overcome most types ALL-BRAN supplies "bulk" to cxer* of constipation. If not relieved this eise the intestines, and vitamin B to way 9 see your doctor. At all grocers, further aid regularity. The "bulk" in in the red*and-green package. Made ALL-BRAN i» much like that in leafy by Kellogg in Battle Creek. , CONSTIPATION Wh i you're healthy, you're happy" "How you feel — and bow well you look — depends largely upou tbe food you eat Be'sure your did is balanced — with sufficient *bulk' to promote regti larity." Songsters of West Side Woman's Group TAFT, Fob. 2,-i-Proparatlons are complete for the public benefit concert to bo given tonight nt 8 o'clock by the Taft Lyric Club, music section of 'the Woman's Improvement Club. No admission will bo charged, but a silver offering will bo taken and proceeds will be-donated to tho milk fund of the city schools. With Mrs. George F. McKInnlo as director and Mrs. Avenal Wlthrow accompanist, the following program will be given: "On Sonfe'H -Bright Pinions 11 (Felix Mendelssohn), "A Fairy Went a-Mur- ketlng" (Arthur M. Goodhart), "To-a Wild Hose" (Edward MacDowell), Lyric Club. "Scene do Ballet" -(Do Borlot), Hungarian dance (Hasche), Miss Jean del Bondlo, violinist, Ernest A. Wolff, accompanist. "Mra. ..Bargain Counter Meets a Friend," and "Forgiven" (A. A. Mills), Miss Raydone Greene, reader. "The Seasons" (Samuel a. Galnes), "Tick, Took, Took" (Bernard Hanib- len), "Husheeny (Alicia A. Ncedham), Lyric Club. ' "Don Futalc," from "Don Carlos" (Verdi),. "Slur KycH" (Olcy Speaks), Mrs. George K. MoKinnlc, sololat; Mrs. Herman Pettlt, accompanist. "Tho Theme" (Gregory), "Fantastic" (Gregory), Mrs. Avenal Withrow, pianist. "My Little Star" (Manuel A. Ponce), "Homing" (Terc.sa Del ntego), "Tho Prayer Perfect" (ISrvlne J. Stenson), Lyric Club. Ushers will bo members of tho girls' auxiliary of the club. •» • » HONORED AT PARTY TAFT. Feb. 2.—Mrs. Mary Cameron entertained at. her homo at 722 Pierce street, recently In honor of her slslor, • Mrs. Alvln Cloae. The affair was a 1 shower party and the honoree received many lovely gifts. Tho Cameron homo i was prettily decorated 'in blue and i white. Five hundred and bridge were enjoyed during the afternoon, with Mrs. Lucy C. Kuglt holding high score for bridge, and Mrs. Ruby West high score for five hundred. Those attending were Mcsdamos Nina Dtckson, . Alma Close, Luoillo Heath, Catherine Bruce, Emma Olln, Ruby West, Erma Dlckaon, LuciDo Funning. Fanny Chancellor, Irina Leo Crawford, Geraldine Runisey, Alblnn Davis, Anona Lcnnlnger, Gertrude FrederlckKon, Grace Burleson, Mil- drcd Walker, Dodlo Lance, Dorothy j Neely, Bcrulce McMlchael, Lucy C. Fugit, JCMthryn Williams, Mnry Lance, Hazel Dk-kson, A. L. Wilson, Miss | Marian Rawsthorne and Mrs. Mary I Cameron. DE MOLAYS HOSTS TAFT. Feb. a.—Taft Chapter. Do Molay, sponsored IL bridge party Tuesday night in Masonic temple with a good crowd. During tho evening Jack Jacobus played a number of piano selections. Refreshments were served at tho close of the party. Prize winners were Miss Eva-Wilson, first; Mrs. w. H. MonUerel, second; Mls.s Helen Cokcr, third; Alvina Bailey, men's first; Frank Anderson, second; Jack Smith, third, and Jean del lion- dlo, door prize. • CLASS HAS MEETING TAFT, Feb. 2.—Tho Golden Links class of the First Baptist Church mot Tuesday morning: In the classroom with 4ii members present. Mrs. Mary Ueauchamp, newly elected president, had charge of tho meeting. Plans were made for tho next social affair on April 1. M»*n, Florence Halo Is chairman of the party and will be assisted by Mrs. Amy Vaughn, Mrs. Ethel Grimes and Mrs. E. P. Jones. Tho Sunshine teachers will have charge of the Kernn, football and track star nt Bakersfleld High School, heads a newly formed "houno organization'* at tho high school boys' dormitory. Koran, as president, Robert Fitzpatrick, vico-preniilcnt, nnd Robert Woody, secretary, form an executive committee to whom all house problems nro referred for action. Assisting them are subcommittees on athletics and social activities. Bill VanDyke Is chairman of the soelnl committee, which also Includes Bill Black and William KlsBlclc. The sports group Is under the leadership of Vice-president Fltzpn trick, with Roger Tracey, Boh Reynolds and Jim Klssick as hlfi assistants. A basketball game between the loft wlnff "Reds" nnd the right wjng "Conservatives" of the house was played last night, with tho Reds running riot over the Whites. The student government is Answerable to J. M*. McDanlel, member of tho nnkornfleld Junior College faculty, nnd P. M. BlIfiH, high school Instructor, who oxerclRO a benevolent dictatorship over tho organization. COMPLETE GARMENTS. TAFT, Fob. 2.— Girls of tho Taft Union High School sowing cln«8es In tho domestic science department have been working on Red Cross garments cut from government cotton cloth. Up to the present time 51 garments have been completed by the glrlfl. The members of Miss Mildred Baer'a class have completed 33 garments, under tho supervision of Miss Baer. The girls cut the garments and did all the work. K. C. Smoker Will Be Held Feb. 9; Meeting Tonight Preparations for the annual •meker to be held on February 9 will be made at the meeting of Baktrafleld Council, Knights of Columbia, at a meeting to be held this evening at K. of C. halt. Ray Holmes, grand night, will conduct the meeting. Exhibition boxing and wrestling matches will be presentad at the cloM of the buslneaa session, It la announced. The meeting will be open to members and guvsta. The smoker la being arranged as part of tha local membership drive which la being carried on in cooperation with the national program. Eleven-Year-Old Is Birthday Honoree Thirteen . little -girls gathered re- contly at the 2. Botaseranc liome, 618 East Eighteenth street to celebrate the eleventh birthday anniversary of Dorlta Bolsneranc. Games were played with prizes awarded to Esther Ohllarduccl and Jennie Kslalda. Refreshments wcro served by Miss Irene IJoisBcranc and Miss Thchnu Tjyons, at a table containing a birth-. dny cako set with 11 candles, and a centerpiece of violets. Individual candy baskets were combined with place cards; colorful paper platen ami napkins completed tho appointments. Tho honoree received many beautiful gifts. Those present wore Mrs. Floyd MInter, and the children, Mary Aubln, Nadallna Banduccl, Jennie "Eslalda, Itamona Frye, Alma Ghlrlarduccl, Esther QhlrlarduccI, Jjlbby Ohllar- duccl, Doris Jackson, Verna MInter, Frances Oliver, Nornm Picruccl, Clarinso Rlchaud, and Dorlta Bols- seranc. W. C. 1. U. CHIEFS GIVE TALKS \. Announce Engagements Here, and in Delano and on West Side The Kern county itinerary und speaking engagements for Mrs. Eva C. Wheeler, state "\V. C. T. U. leader from LOB Angeles, and Miss Mabel J. Brown, also of Los Angeles, state .superintendent of the young people's branch of tho "W. C. T. U., were announced In full today. Mips Brown will address a county Christian Endeavor group at Panama Friday evening- at 7:30 o'clock at the Panama Church. On Saturday, with Mrs. Wheeler, she will be at First Presbyterian Church, Taft, from 10 to 4 o'clock. On Sunday afternoon from 1:30 to 3 o'clock Mrs. Wheeler will apeak at a union meeting at tho Methodist. Church In Delano. At 3 o'clock Miss Brown 'will be at First Presbyterian Ohurch, in this city. In tho evening 1 Sunday Miss Brown will he at First Christian Church with the young people at 6 o'clock. Mrs. Wheeler will occup}' tho pulpit at First Presbyterian Church at the evening service at 7:30 o'clock. On Monday an all-day meeting opening at 10 o'clock and continuing until 4 o'clock will bo held at First Congregational Church, Bakorsfiold. Mrs. Taft, of San Francisco, president' of W. C. T. U. California North will meet Mrs. Wheeler here tomorrow for'a brief conference. •+ * » HELEN KANE .WEDS ' WASHINGTON, Feb. 2. (A. P.)— Helen Kane, stage and screen star, was married this, afternoon to Max. Hoffman, Jr., movio actor and son of Gertrude ,Hpffman, danseuse, by Police Court Judge Robert 13. Mattlngly. & Tht Pirticulcr Drurgiiti Phent 33 Phent 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Btk.rifi.ld, Calif. • Southeast Corner Nineteenth and Chester Avenue MANY OTHER SPECIALS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Rescn uanttties DEALERS » Nose and Throat Drops Regular 50c REQULAA $1.35 Sargon Liquid. . . , WILLIAMS. REGULAR 26c Dental Cream. . . . E BAY RUM. LARGE. 50c REGULAR Shaving Cream . . . FULL QUART Mineral Oil 89e I4c 29c 69c Squibb's Ad&x Tablets Regular $1.00 REGULAR 50c Bartlett Cold Capsules Regular 50c Aqua Velva Letien REGULAR 91 Ovattine. . . . 33c 67c Perfume Iren Cemp. Tonic Tablets Regular 60c Nyal's Five-Grain Aspirin Tablets Bottle of 100 Mrs. Ora "Ware, class teacher, had charge of tho Biblo study and lessons of tho class meeting. CLUB ON PHOTOGRAPHY TAFT, Feb. 2. — Tho first meeting of tho Taft Camera Club was held Tuesday night at the home of Maurice D. Uajueh, C26 San TSmldlo street. Mr. Bajach was elected president of the club, und plans wero made to stimulate the interest of photography in this district. Psyllium Seed 1-lb. Package FULL PINT. REGULAR 50c Antiseptic Selutien REGULAR $1 LAVENDER Shaving Bowl. . REGULAR 60c SalNepatiea. . REGULAR $1.20 Scetts Emulsion. F REGULAR «1 M«Ba Alkaline Powder. REGULAR 2Gc Exlax e • 27c 59c 43c 89c Corn Pads » Regular 35c 0111 11 HI to your door., our representative ri with valuable coupons and free REGULAR GOc Bromo Seltzer. REGULAR 25c Feenamint. . 69c I9c 43c I7c Rubbing Alcohol Full Pint. Reg. 50c Milk of Magnesia Full Pint; Reg. 50c Lipstic REGULAR »1 HENRY K. Wampoles Tonic. . 79c i Wi $• Large Size Regular $2.00 REGULAR 20c DR. 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