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••t THE BAKERSF^ELO CALIFORNIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1933 FICTION READY Boys' and Girls' Library, Baker Street Branch, Announce Books Local children will bo interested to hear that some Interesting new hooks "have been added to the kiddles' collections at the Boys' and Girls' Library and nt the Baker street branch. For the tots of picture book age, • there comes another "Angus" book, "Angus Lost." Wanda Gag, who wrote the ever popular "Millions of Oats," tells the story of two mice, In "Snippy and Snnppy." "Michael Who Missed His Train" Is a dog story. For younger children there are two attractive collections of poems, "Sly Caravan" by Grover and "Tirra Llrra," a group of nonsense verses by Jllnhards. Among tho stories are "Jean and Fancheon," "The Little HOUPO In the •Big Woods" "Gub Oub'H Book" by Hugh Lofting and "Wagtail," a nature story. Older boys will enjoy Cornelia Melg's new story. "Swift Rivers," with the scene laid In n Minnesota "lumber camp. "Sons of the Vol- sungs," retells the stories of William Morris In an attractive manner. Older girls who liked "Kntrlnka" will welcome a sequel "Katrlnka Grows Up" as well as "Masha," the storj' of a little Russian girl. "First Ladles" Is a collection of short biographies of tho • presidents' wives from Martha Washington to Mrs. Hoover. "When I Was a Girl in Bavaria" Is written by the mother of Wllhelmlna Harper, who was formerly children's librarian of Kern county. It Is an interesting picture of her life In the old country. ACTIVITIES OF .LOCAL AND COUNTY P. 1 A. A LARGE crowd assembled Wednesday evening at Union Avenue School to celebrate Fathers' night and Founders' tiny. ' Mrs. Earl stinkard, chairman, announced the following program: Rending, "Only a Dad," Russell Flint; talk on P. T. A. work, Mrs. M. J. Mnndows; Founders', day pageant, tableau representing Mrs. Phoebe Hearst and Mrs. Alice Blrney, depicted by Mrs. Minnie Wooaley and Mrs. James Herod; "Spirit of Service/' Mrs. H, Weder; "Voices From the Past," Mrs. A. Flint, Mrs. F. G. Crandall nnd Miss Olive Pope; reader. Miss Rhoda Fay; tambourine dance, Loretta Miller; vocal solos,"'Mrs. Sue Hall, and acrobatic dance, Lorelta Miller. Tho program closed with a talk by Herbert Healy, county superintendent, on school legislation. Refreshments were served In the lunchroom. Arguments pro and con relating to the 10 recommendations pertaining to school laws, Issued by the state board of Congress of Parents and Teachers were put before Herbert Henly at tho meeting of the Franklin P. T. A. Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Healy explained the measures as ho saw them, and a lively discussion followed. Founders' day was observed-during the toa hour. Mrs. Walker Rankln lighted tho candles In memory of the founders, and a group of songs In keeping with tho timo of Mrs. Alice Blrney and Mrs. Phoebe Hearst, were sunfr by tho mothers' chorus. The singers, under the direction pf Mrs. Walter Jaynes, appeared In costume and their program was greatly enjoyed. Past presidents present were Mrs. Walker Rankln, Mrs. C. S. Compton, Mrs. B. C. Enyart and Mrs D. Kofahl. In honor to George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, the fifth grade, under the direction of Miss 13va Jenkins, presented a clever patriotic program. Several patriotic songs were ning 'and the origin and history of lach explained. Mrs. H. B, Davis, Jr., presided at he business meeting, during which Mrs, D. L. Kofahl, with Mrs. J. R, -larmon as alternate, was nominated o represent Franklin P. T. A. on the council P. T. A. nominating commlt- eo. "Mrs. Garnett Adams, Mrs. D. Blair, Mrs. William McMahan, Mrs. larollne Harris and Mrs. C. H. Landes were named to the Franklin nomlnat- ng committee. Mrs. P. S. Hardy, Mrs. W. P: Wln- lam, Mrs. Harry Jtake and Mrs. II. 3. Davis, Jr., acted as hostesses for the - afternoon. Fifty members were present. FELLOWS, Fob. 9.—Midway P. T. A. held Its regular monthly executive noard meeting recently with Mrs. Ella ICinnebrew, president, presiding. Duo Lo the absence of Mrs. Irene Bennett, Founders' day chairman, Mrs. Klnne- brow will assume charge of the Founders' day program at the regular monthly meeting tonight, In' the school auditorium at 7:30 o'clock. Present at Tuesday's meeting were Mesdames Ella Kinnebrew, A.nna O'Dell, Vcrna M. Anderson, Jessie Barnes, Ada Mortensen, Dorothy Dill, Mary C. Williamson. MOJAVE, Feb. 9.—Business occupied the greater portion of the tlmo at tho P. T. A. meeting held recently at the schoolhouse. The usual form was In order for tho opening of the meeting. Mrs. Verne Cooper, secretary, read the minutes of the previous meeting. Mrs. Henri Chenard read the treasurer's report. Mrs. I. Blum, president, appointed a committee to arrange the slate for the Incoming officers, as the next meeting Is to ho at night and business will be dispensed with, Mrs. Stephen Hnrdln, Mrs. Art Oilman and Mrs. Joe Stivers will act act on this committee. Mrs. Agnes Saum, philanthropy chairman, reported $9.36 as the bal- nnce left from tho Christmas tree fund, furnished from tho community lanco. This was turned over to Mrs. 3aum to bo used for charity. A grat- fylng sum was realized from the .hreo one-act plays presented last Friday night by tho organization. Mrs. Blum presented, at the close of the business mooting, another of tho group of child welfare moral ilays entitled "Garden of Happiness." Mrs. Viola Gonrlch was tho fairy godmother and Anita Blum was the little sister, "Jean" and Harlan Single, the brother "Jack," pecially clever. The scenery was es- Mrs. Agues Saum will have charge of tho Founders' day program on the night of March 7. I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DRUG SAVINGS We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities Kitnball & Stone The Particular Druggists Phone 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY BaUenfield, Calif. Southeast Corner Nineteenth and Chester Avenue NO SALES TO DEALERS VALENTINES Ic to 25c VALENTINES Big Assortment to Choose From—Select Yours Now Nurse Brand Blood Purifier, Reg. $1.50 and Honey Cough Syrup Reg. 50c El Estado Lemon Cleansing Cream. Reg. $1.00 ---- . . . . Ephedrine Inhalant Compound. Reg. $1.25 69c Edwards Olive Tablets Reg. 30c Scientific Shaving Cream tube. (Guaranteed). Reg. 50c large 39c Fitch's Dandruff Remover Shampoo Reg. $1.50 Van Ess Liquid Scalp Massage. Reg. $1.50. 89c Psy Ilium Seed Reg 75c Ib. eg. . Jergens Lotion. fiQ~ 9Qtf» w 89c ) ReB - $1 -°° Wc L 29c J ^V S^ No8e a nd Throat Drops. 4Q«t ^V ^^^^_ S ^•••f Reg. 50c VVtt ^^^Hf S ^w ' Q. T. Jelly. QO* S N. S Lavender >v R«o-$1 so »OC / lodent \ Lavender Old English Toilet Soap Reg. 25c Cake Milk of Magnesia. 16-oz. Reg. 50c.. 29c Guaranteed Alarm Clocks Reg. $1.25 NURSETTES Sterilized SANITARY NAPKINS THREE PACKAGES (12 Each) 59c Tooth Paste Reg. 50c 29c / L. B. N. Hair Oil Reg. $1 Java Cold Cream Powder. KQ* Reg. $1.0Q 906 Chamberlains Lotion Reg. 50c V 36c / f T\___4. Hn . ^\ Thermos Bottles. Reg. $1.25 79c Vlnce. Reg, 76c. 59c Dextro Maltose Reg. 75c Corn, Callous, Bunion Pada. Reg.'35c Honey and Almond Lotion. 12-oz. bottle. Reg. $1.00... Jad Salts. Reg. 85c Dr. West's Tooth Paste Reg. 25c 14c 69c Alcohol, Full Pint. Reg. 50c Celery- Iron Tonic Reg. $1.50 98c Cod Liver OH Emulsion with Hypophosphltes. Reg. $1.00 Plans for a Founders' day program were cotnpleted yesterday at the regular executive board meeting of the Standard School P. T. A. Miss Frances Bragg will be the "spirit of Founders' day" at the ceremonies. The program will he In tho school auditorium at the next regular meet- Ing with Mrs. C. Scrlpps, chairman of tho program. Mrs. ,T. H. McNaughton reported progress on plans for n dinner In the school cafeteria from 5:30 to 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. B. L. Johnson Is In charge of the tickets, which may bo bought from the members of tho P. T. A. Tho proceeds will go to tho general fund of the organization. It was reported that there will be a play given by the Christian Endeavor of the Christian Church ol Bakersfleld Friday night. The play will bo "The Old-Fashioned Mother." Tho doors will bo open at 7:20 o'clock; the piny will stnrt promptly at 8 o'clock. Every one is Invited to attend; part of the proceeds will go to the P. T. A. of tho P. T. A. Is, first, to form partnership of homo and school; nocoml, to establish co-operation between parents; third, to develop activities— constructive, preventive and protective; fourth, to promote child welfare legl.slal.loii, nnd fifth, to build united communities, state and nation. Mrs, O. E. Wledman reported that tho Hlchlnhd Grammar School P. T. A. has given 526 free lunches to less fortunate children so far tTHs year. SPONSOR ELECTED Mrs. Borgwardt Selected as Leader of Subsidiary Woodcraft Society ARVIN, Feb. !).—When the P. T. A. met at tho school recently n nominating committee was elected as follows; Mrs. Harry Cheover, Mrs. R. T. Stockton, Mrs. J. W. Dodils. Mrs. Mnble Krauter was appointed chairman of the refreshment committee for a night meeting February 24. Mrs. W. T. Mnhtn presided. Founders' day progrnm was en- Joyed In which tho following little girls participated: Alta Stockton, Elaine Hanson, Shirley Anno Choever, Juanlta Dnrdcn, Frances Jean Coates nnd Mary Uuhl. They were dressed in colonial costumes and were directed by their teacher Mrs. J. AV. Dodds. A book review on "Character Training In Childhood" was given SHAFTER, Feb. 9.— A Joint meeting of the High School-Grammar School P. T. A. was held at tho Rlchland grammar schoo auditorium recently. The high school orchestra, under the direction of R. L. Gates, opened the program with two selections, "Connecticut March" and "II Trovatore." Mrs. O. E. Wlndman, president of tho Grammar School P. took with Mrs. Guln Stuart as lender A social time followed and tho Founders' day birthday cake was cut and served to those attending. Hebrew School Exercises Will Be Held Sunday -<*> the room count. Miss Edna Prleve took the honor for having the largest number of parents present In tho upper grades and Miss Martha received I he decision in a tie with Mrs. Deines in tho lower grades. Mrs. H. L. Hetz, president of the High School P. T. A., presented Mrs. Dana Bing of Bakersfleld, who talked to tho parent educational clriss about vocational guidance. She distributed questionnaires which had been answered by students from various schools. This will be Mrs. Blng's last parent educational class for the present. The latter part of the program was devoted to a Founder day observance. A large cake with 35 birthday candles which hud been baked by Mrs. Nels Pedersen was given to Mrs. R. E. Grlbble. Mrs. R. E. Gribble gave a short resume of P. T. A. history. Miss Lelia Temple Honoree at Party RIO BUAVO. Feb. 9.—Miss L,ella Temple was tho honoree at a surprise party Wednesday evening at her home, the 'occasion being her seventeenth birthday anniversary. Games wero played nnd a soclnl evening was enjoyed. Refreshments wore served to Misses Theresa Sapp, Mndnlyn Rexroth, Irene Martin, Lois Temple, Mnxlno Moore, Leila Temple, Frances Wilson; Messrs Orii McClellan, Virgil White, Gerald Martin, Woodrow Graves, Vercll Wilson, Cecil White, Glen Woods, Leroy Temple; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Templo and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Temple. ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB MOJAVE, Feb. 9.— Mrs. W. R. Lu- klris entertained tho members of the Tuesday Night Bridge Club at her apartments in tho Ilnrvoy House. Winners wero Mrs. O. O. Hilyard and Mrs. I. Blum. The usual preparation for refreshments are taboo and only candy or nuts aro served at the tables, thus making the club a delightfully Informal one. Members are Mesdamfes 1. Blum, O. O. Hllyard, David .Saum, Mearl Craig, Gnorgo Arper, Stephen Hardln, W. O. Davis and the hostess, Mrs. Lukins. Mrs. Ivy Borgwardt was elected sponsor for tho new Junior circle, organized as nn auxiliary to Sequoia Circle, No. 300, Neighbors of Woodcraft, at the regular meeting of the lodge last evening. She will ba assisted In the work by George Tng- ham. Owing to tho fact that Organizer Kntlo Davis Is to bo away from Bakersfleld for the next two weeks, election of officers for the newly formed group was postponed until a later date. Tho junior circle comprises all members between the ages of 18 and 28, and, according to present plans, wilt bo organized as a separato unit, with a staff of officers and drill team dls- tlnut from the adult circle. In tho membership nnd attendance campaign, the rod team, captained by Mrs. Lily Inghum, was reported to bo lending the green squad, under the leadership of Francos Nations, by a score of 1110 to 845. | Doctor Harold Schlotthauer has | been added to the medical staff of the sequoia Circle, It was announced. At- entlon was directed to tho five hun- trccl party to be held February 21, roceed.s from which will be used to ild members who are In need of financial assistance. Mrs. Lucy Mlntcr va.s named chairman of tho commlt- eo In charge of arrangements for the party. A surprise gift shower was an event of tho evening's program, Miss Irene Fennette, who Is soon to be the brldo if Thomas AVood, of Rnndsburg, being :ho recipient of many beautiful presents. Miss .Teanette was also awarded the draw prize for tho evening. Announcement was mado of tho Past Guardians' Club meeting, to be icld at the homo of Mrs. Marlon Mott, 618 R street, on February ID. Miss Daisy Austin, chairman of the entertainment, committee, presented ho Steel Guitar Club from Phillips School of Music, which pleased with a, group of Instrumental selections. The musicians who appeared on tho prog'rnm wore Mrs. E. A. Plttnway, PLAN DANCE AT MOJAVE MOJAVE, Feb. 9.— Tho Catholic Ladles have engaged the I. O. O. F. hall for a dance Saturday, February- IS In connection with this a food basket will be disposed of. be on display In a The basket wll downtown store Mrs. Gribble said that the purpose I window the latter part of the week. Hebrew school and Sunday school exercises wilt be held at B'nal Jacob Congregation, corner of Six-* teenth and H streets, Sunday evening, February 12. The children, under the direction of Rabbi Ben- Jamln H. Cohen, will deliver short talks on Biblical subjects. Arthur Cohen, son of the rabbi, will speak on "The Life and Philosophy of Spinoza." The program Is under the direction of Sam Flngerhut. A musical program has been arranged by Max Bayless, well-known violinist, and Miss Florence Bayless, talented pianist. Mr. Bayless will be accompanied by Miss Bayless at the piano. Services will begin at 7:30 o'clock Sunday evening. The public Is cordially invited to attend. Regular services will be held at the synagogue Friday evening at 8 o'clock. ROOSEVELT MAY GIVE 10 Miss Daisy La Verne Kdwnrds. 1 Larry Maurer, Harold Onr- rlsh nnd Clayton lOd^ards. A banjo duet wnn played by La Verne nnd Clayton Edwiirds, and a piano solo by G. 13. Davis. (United Promt Lcatetl Wire) MIAMI, Fla., Fob. 9.—"Petticoat rule"-holds no terrors for President- elect. Roosevelt, nnd women will be eligible during his ndminlstrntlon for many offices heretofore restricted to men, It was learned reliably todny. Mr. Roosevelt will not stop with the expected appointment of Miss Frances Perkins as secretary of labor, It was learned, but will throw tho diplomatic service, as well as important commissions. Congresswoman Ruth Bryan Owen of Florida was reported to be In lino for minister to Denmark. Mrs. N.elllo Tayloo Ross, former governor of Wyoming, la under consideration for membership on tho civil service commission. Mrs. Stanley V. Hoggo, Democratic national commltteewotnan from Minnesota, l.s mentioned elther- for the Minneapolis postmastershlp or for collector of Internal revenue there. Both Mr. Roosevelt and National Chairman James A. Farley feel that women are entitled to n far greater share of patronngu than they have re- celvjnl in the past. Greater recognition of women means n stronger party organization, the leaders have decVQod. DE mm SEAT OFFICERS FRIDAY Announce Roster to Be Installed;, Meeting in Fresno Soon Bnkersfleld Chapter, Order of De Molay, will Install officers Friday evening at 8 o'clock In room 1 of the Masonic temple. The Installing team will be headed / Charles Eddy, reported to be n past master of the art, and tho staff, Mike Oldershaw, senior councilor; Richard Brothers, Junior councilor; Jerrold McCall, senior deacon; Harold Carlock, marshal, and John Flk«, chaplain. Officers-elect are: Charles Shaw, master councilor; Phil White, senior councilor; Laurence El wood, junior councilor; John Hale, senior deacon; Asa Meudell, Jr., Junior deacon; Robert Nelll, senior steward; Albert Malouf, junior steward; Donald Simpson, chnplnin;. Leo Schmidt, standard hearer; Charles Newbury, sentinel; Mcrlo Oaring, almoner; .Ten-old McCall, marshal; Jack Gilbert, orator, and the preceptors, Marvin Mongold, Lee Boyd, Joe Hlmovltz, Cllnn Mann, Clinton Williams, Charles Patterson and Carl FVoyermuth. On Saturday, February 11, there will be a valley association meeting In Fresno. Delegates from tho local chapter Include Charles Shaw, Phil White, Lnurence Elwood, Asa Meu- dell, Jr., and Lee Schmidt. Twenty mon will attend. The session will be followed Sunday by a state officers' session. Arrangements for refreshments Friday night are In tho hands of the Mothers' Club, a co-operative body headed by Mrs. C. C. Haworth, president; Mrs. U F. F.hvood, vice-president, and Mrs. Earl Shaw, Sr., secretary-treasurer. STAFF IS SELECTED MARICOPA, Feb. 9. — New staff members of tho Hi-Low Down, weekly publication of tho Junior class of the high school, have been chosen. The new members Include A. Frazler, editor; H. Flclsher, assistant editor; P. Permenter, sports; E. Ballagh, society; J. Brandon, school activities; E. Hudson, Junior high news; R. Kennedy, jokes; H. Flelsher, features; M. Stonmetz, features; L. Noedham, J. Snook, 1C. Vnyne, printers; W. Kemp, business manager; L. Blagg, copy editor; W. Kemp, K. L. Payne, R. Kennedy, L. Blngg, J. Follls, P. Brandon, salesmen. HEART ON NAILS CHICAGO, l'>b. 9. (A. P.)— Instead of wearing her heart on her sleeve, here's a new manner of grouting St. Vaentlno's day the modern girl I\IIH at hand — red hearts painted with null polish on her fingertips. 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