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Bakersfield, California
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Friday, February 10, 1933
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10 THE BAKEHSF1ELL) CAL1FURMAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10. GLEE CLUB HEAD Election Held Today Weekly Meeting; Plan Initiation Soon at Election of officers occupied tho attention of tho Bakerefleld High School Boys' Glee Club at Its regular weekly meeting this morning, Louis Trlguoro being named president; Fred Conway, vice-president; Cyril Haworth, secretary-treasurer, nnd Blwyn Rude (reelected), publicity manager. Initiation of now members at a party to be held In the near futuro and plans for a glco club danco to bo held In April camo up for discussion. Entertainment was provided by u quartet Inrludlng Trlguoro, Conway, Charles Adams and Bill (Jill, their most popular offering being the number "My Love's Own Song." Tho Blue and White quartet, comprising Jim Stone, Jim Anderson, Jim Stramler and Bill Robb, accompanied by Miss Ruth Morgan, club director and adviser, will make a trip south tomorrow to hear Don Cossack's chorus at Bridges' Auditorium In Pomona. Live-in-a-Mist Cast Announced; J. C. Offering > ,— —« Miss Ethel Robinson, Bakersfield Junior College director of dramatics, today announced the cast of the Junior college student body play, "LIve-ln-a-Mlst," slated for presentation here Frl- and Saturday, March 17 and 18. Tryouts were completed yesterday, and first rehearsal will be held this afternoon. The cast Includes Miss Elizabeth Krug as Miss Diana Wynne; Miss Patricia Qore as Miss Sydney Rose Wynne; Miss Marlon DeCew as Miss Anna Moore Wynne; At Price as Count Sclpl- one Varelll; Harlln Wilson as Gregory Fxrnham; Miss Beatrice Allen as Klzzy, nnd Frank Donovan as Colin. Others to assist In the production are Miss Qretchen Sanders, assistant director; Miss Lillian Brensteln, In charge of advertising and tickets, and Miss Clara Boss, In charge of costumes. Guests Number 150 at Benefit Party Cme hundred and fifty guests wore present when Lowell P. T. A. entertained at a benefit party for needy children at Eagles hall recently. Bridge and five hundred were pluyed. Prizes were won by Mm. H. L. Tilton, Mrs. Emmett Smith, and Mrs. II. R. Smith, and Messrs. Tom Eveleth, Sam Lynn and Fred Shaw, In bridge, and Mrs. George .Shannon, Mrs. J. A. Buchsdale and Mrs. D. Kelly, and Messrs. P. T. Thornton anil Fred Baker. In five hundred. A special prize was won by Mrs, Etta Wicks. In charge of arrangements wore Mesdames D. K. Goode, N. M. Lancaster, Price Edwards, T. W. Plnnell and Clyde Hlslop. SHOE STORE STORY HOUR Orvllle Graves, a former student of dramatics at the University of Redlands, will conduct the story hour In tho playroom of Rosenthal's Family Shoe Storo Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, It was onnbuncod by the management today. V. C. Behnko will tell Ktorios of tho FIJI Islands and will display exhibits from there; gifts and attendance prizes will be given. PATRIOTIC TOPIC FOR 111 EVENT Address and Music Will Entertain Daughters Tuesday Afternoon "Washington and Lincoln" will be the subject of a paper by Mrs. .Charles W. Evans of Delano when Bakorsfleld Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, holds a regular meeting at 2 o'clock Tuesday, February 14, at tho homo of Mrs. Fletcher G. Watson, 23LM Truxtun avcnuo. Associate hostesses will be Mrs. S. JB. Dillon, Mrs. A. L. Renfro and Mrs. I. A. Kllbourn. • Mrs. A. L. Ronfro will bo vocal soloist, accompanied at the piano by Mr«. George I. Harris. Mrs. Granvllle L. Brown, regent, will preside over a short business meeting during which there will be voting on proposed amendments to tho chapter bylaws. Thf southern district of tho Caflfor- nlii. state society of the D. A. R. will hold a council meeting, reception and luncheon February 21 at tho TClks Club, Los Angeles. Mrs. J. S. Her- rlngton will bo a speaker, sharing tho program with Dr. Nathanlal W. Steph- cnnon of Scrlpps College, Claremont, who will talk on George Washington. Musical numbers will be provided by Madame Frances Gacys. soc SOCIETY Honoring Mrs. Stephens Surprising Mrs. Clayton W. Stephens of Venice. Mrs. George Hudson entertained at a bridge party and gift shower Wednesday night at her home, 2010 Forest street. 9ho was assisted by Mrs. E, R. Arnold nnd Mrs. R. M. Jones. Bridge prizes wero won by Mrs. D. W. Sellery, and Mrs, Bert Moss. A special prize went to Mrs. Arnold. Valentine decorations wero attractively combined In tho decorative scheme. Among the guests were: Mesdames — Frank Noriega .Teannetto Bailey S. S. Sclgfus (Coallnga) H. C. Clements Ann Ffeyschlag; R. I. Walters Emma Johnson H. M. Jones Bert Ruppenthal D. W. Sellery First Baptist Church Is looking forward to the "Good News Meetings" to bo held from February 12 to March r>, under tho leadership of Kvangellst llnrry Vom Bruoh and party. They uro expected Friday from Bradford, I'a., whoro they have Just closed a successful meeting. Evangelist Vom Bruch has held hundreds of meetings from coast to const during tho last fow years. "Ho preaches the truth fearlessly and presents the gospel faithfully, lie KlveH expression to quite a bit of natural wit and humor, yet his language is dignified and becoming to the Chrla- tlun ministry. He appeals to tho Intellect, tho reason and the will," say those who have heard him. AValter R. MncDonald, song leader, was cnovcrtcd In the Pacific Garden Rescue Mission In Chicago several years ago and Immediately entered upon u serious preparation for tho work ho Is now doing. Prior to that, he was a highly paid comedian. James C. Davis, pianist, tenor and trumpeter, Is from the University of Southern California. Meetings will be held every night, except Monday night, at 7:30 at the First Baptist Church. Vom Bruch will preach Sunday morning In the First Baptist Church .it 11 o'clonk. ligunblatlj's; SHOES FOR WOMiN » O U NMD NO LONGtH Hf TOLD IHAT YOU MAVlAH I XPf HSIVI $. 500 AAAA«"^to EEE SIZES 1 to U The "New Spring," 1933, Enna Jetticks are here. Eight styles of the new light weights nre on display in our Nineteenth street window. All the appearance of a $10 shoe for $5. The perforated pump, as pictured, arc in. white, brown and dull black kid. Miss Saylor's Chocolates, 50c to $3.00 CANDY As Sweet as the Sentijnent of St. Valentine's Day It's a wise man who chooses candy to convey his valentine message. Attractively boxed In HEART-SHAPED containers—It's sure to win your darling's approval. Kimball & Stone The Particular Drucjitti Phone 53 Phont 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY B.ktnfitU, Calif. E STAFF ISUNCED Organization of tho editorial staff of the "Renegades Raconteur," Bakersfield Junior College yearbook, was announced complete today by Miss Esther Bassett, editor-ln-chlef. Tho staff Is to begin work at once upon compiling material for the annual, which Is to be printed and distributed late In May. Miss Baasett's assistants aro Miss Ruth Boptlo, associate editor; Miss Margaret I^evlnson, faculty adviser; Miss Margaret Bailey, business manager; Miss Mary Alice Emery, art editor; Miss Peggy Cooke, In charge of tho administration section; Miss Mario Long, pictures and graduates; Miss Mary DeLacy, organizations; William Dolnn, publications; Miss Marlon DeCew, drama; Herbert Mc- Bratncy and Miss Victoria Achln, sports; Miss Jano Bellows, features. Dispensing with the usual "central theme," the editors will attempt to compile a book truly representative of the Junior college, Its campus and activities, according to Miss Bassett. « • • Libertas Chapter Giving Card Party Libertas Chapter No. 862, Order of the Eastern Star, will entertain at a dessert bridge party devoted to contract and auction bridge Friday, February 17, In the card rooms of tho Masonic temple. Dessert will be served at 1:30 o'clock. Reservations may bo made by tele- Harold Nichols Bert MOBS E, R. Arnold Ruth Jngalls W. S. Buchner John L. Stephens (Fellows) L. H. Stephens (Fellows) J. T. Harryman (Fellows) Ada Daniels Misses — Theresa Kelly Ethel Bailey G. L. Hodges Grace Stephens (Fellows) Pledging Ceremony Held Featured by a candlelight pledging ceremony, a meeting and dessert bridge party was held recently by tho Beta Alpha chapter of tho Thota Tau Thctn sorority at tho homo of Miss Frances ,St. Clalr, 721 Oleander avenue. The girls for whom the rites were conducted were Miss Frances Laird, Miss Elizabeth Painter, Miss Margaret Williams and Miss Martha Oundlach. Prizes were won by Miss Painter, Miss Athene Stevenson and Mrs. Floyd Parish. Mrs. Carl Rummlch and Miss Margaret Wright wore special guests. Mrs. Louts O. Wheeler Invited members to her homo for their next meeting. Those present besides tho pledges were: Mesdamcs— Daughtry Wharton Harold Wadman Howard Steward (Taft) Frank Schamblln Margaret Williams Unusual Party The spirit of the 'teens was carried out In all arrangements when Miss Elizabeth Heln, 1324 K street entertained at a breakfast for 12 guests, most of them pioneer Kern county women, to celebrate the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Mary Jane Whlt- aker, age 77. A birthday cake lighted with 16 candles was the centerpiece of tho table. Six of the participants wero between tho ages of 70 and 80 years. Old-fashioned airs wero played by Charles Russell, of the Phillips School of Music,.and vocal soloa In tho German language, and Irish dialect, wero presented by Mrs. A. Schuman, who also delighted her friends with an Irish dance. Mr. Russell finished with steel guitar numbers, accompanied by the hostess. The St. Valentino motif was expressed In decorations. Among those present wore: Mesdames— Mary Jano Whitaker Armle Schuman Amelia Ray Vlrglnla Dawslo Ray Stllwell Misses — Virginia McCor- muc Athene Stevenson Elizabeth Davis Lloyd Richards Rao Redfern CleetlH Armls- tcod Alfred Rnndour Floyd Parish , Louis Wheeler Reglna Degan Verna Croson Lucille Hanks Ruth Hannlng Frances St. Clalr Margaret McKee Lela Farrell Isabel Cook Harriot Grlswold J. Frances Fowler Grace Henry M. E. Fitzgerald Feting Visitor Among bridge luncheons of this week was that at which Mrs. Louis LaBow and Mrs. Jack Williams entertained In honor of Mrs. Jack Plnnoll of Long Beach, who arrived Saturday and will remain over the week-end. The visitor Is a guest of her mother- in-law, Mrs. W. E. Plnnell, 637 Thirty- third street, and other relatives. St. Valentine accessories and wood vloletB were used In appointing tho tables. Prizes were won by Mrs. John Stevenson, Mrs. T. T. Preston and Mrs. Jack Pinnoll. The honoreo was also presented with a guest prize. Those attending Included: Mesdames— Lawrence Haggard Thomas W. .VALLELYTO SPEAKJONDAY Yemen's Club Opening Program to Guests; Serve Tea Later For ono of her two book review roerams of this season, Mrs. Jack Anilely of Hollywood, will be heard rtonday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at 10 Woman's Club hall. Because tho peaker's discussion of lato fiction, onfiatlon and current events Is itl- ays a treat of Indisputable merit, ho clubwomen tiro opening the aft- rnoon to the public, for a small ad- ilsslon charge to nonmembers. Mrs. Thomas Jnynes will preside as halrnmn of tho day, following a busl- ess meeting at 2 o'clock, which, as Hiial, will bo In charge of Mrs. Vathan Strauss. Mrs. Vallely will return April 24. In the absence of Mrs. Strauss, who waa in San Francisco, Mrs. K. W. Rich presided over a meeting of the ixecutlve board Thursday morning at he clubrooms. Members of the February hospitality committee who will servo refreshments In the tearoom following Mrs. Vallely's talk, will be Mrs. Irving ohn, chairman; Mrs. Earl Bailey, Mrs. W. F. Gouty, Mrs. George Ilolm- qulst, Mrs. J. R. Thornton, Mrs. Leon ,Volfe, Mrs. Georglna Erb, Miss Margaret Gardett, Mru. L. J5. Martin, Mrs. Oscar E. Winding and Mrs, L. A. Voll. Plnnell W. E. Plnnell T. T. Preston Glenn Hungerforc Earl Stevenson John Stevenson Mary Lou Moore phoning Mrs. Harry George Suman. Miller or Mrs. On Fifth Birthday Becoming five years of ago proved an Interesting experience for Master Donald Copp, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Copp, 1833 Maple avenue, who was the center of a birthday party recently. In addition to valentines for thn guests, there were favor baskets of candy, whlck like the general decorations and the birthday cake, were In a color scheme of pink nnd white. Mrs. W. W. Gilbert was a special guest. Others attending were: Elizabeth Palmer Sidney Hlmovltz Shirley Palmer Darrell Renwlch Joo Hlmovltz Ronald Copp Donald Copp * • • Quests of Mrs. Owen Mrs. Earl Owen and her two sons, George' and Douglas of Los Angeles are spending a fortnight with Mr. Owen's mother, Mrs. Mary A. Owen, 921 Oregon street. Lloyd Plnnell • * • Mrs. Bouchard Hostess Mrs. C. A. Bouchard of Wheeler Ridge entertained Wednesday at a bridge luncheon. Tho valentine moll! was used for favors, place cards am tallies. Prizes were won by Mrs. C. M. Sisson, first, and Mrs. E. E. Moore, consolation. Those attending from Bakersfleld were: Mosilames — M. G. Nunnelly E. E. Mooro E. Maxwell (Lebec) J. A. Reynolds C. M. Slsson Fred Crawford (Grapevine) COUPONS DO NOT OVERLOOK THIS ONE-DAY SALE TOMORROW, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11 MANUFACTURER'S OFFER OF Pen and Pencil Set Bring This Coupon! It Will Entitle You to a Purchase FOR ONLY 99 WHY PAY $7.50? A Guarantee Given With Each Pen by tho 'Manufacturer Y. L. I. Girls to Preside Tonight Over Card Party Past Matrons to Hold Jinks Fete Saturday Night Interest Is keen In plane for a hj.Jinks of the Pest Matrons' As. soclatlon of Bakersfleld at the home of Mrs. W. W. Kelly, presi. dent, 1305 I street, Saturday night, A short business meeting will be held at 7:30. All will be In costume, and several stunts will take place In rapid succession. Four Junior past matrons, Mrs. E. H. Hendrlokson, Mrs. J. L. Sullivan, Mrs. George. Suman, and Mrs. "Whit Barber, will be Initiated The St. Valentine Idea will pre. vail In decorations. A Spanish supper will be served, according to Mrs. Porter Munsey, chairman of arrangements. Dr. Kamprath Wins Professional Honor Doctor Wlllard O. Kamprath, local chiropractor, with offices at 2200 Truxtun avenue, was awnrded the 1932 placquo given annually by the Sigma Chi Omega fraternity to tho student earning tho highest grade In the state board examination for chiropractors. Doctor Kamprath, who Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kamprath, well known local residents, was graduated from tho Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. The placquo was received yesterday. Co-operate or Be Submerged Is Advice of Club Leader National President Is Guest of B. P. W. and Visitors C. BELIEVE In women and I want them to believe In themselves. The world is a neighborhood. Self- preservation makes It necessary to work together. Women will have to co-operate or be submerged," Mrs. Gellne MacDonald Bowman, national president of the Business and Professional Women's Club, told a gathering of 100 members and guests at Hotel El Tejon last evening. Tho occasion was a dinner In her honor, featured by music by Miss Llna Gastoni, soprano soloist, accompanied at the piano by Miss Louise Hamilton; the Blue and White quartet, directed by Miss Ruth Morgan, and "The Collegians," a 10-plece orchestra. Arranged under tho chairmanship of Miss Justlna Hendsch, a "bon voyage" motif was Introduced In honor of Mrs. Bowman, who sails soon for her home via the Panama canal. Sixteen members of the Soroptlmlst Club, and a delegation of West Sldo business women worn present. Mrs. <5, .<«> After several weeks of preparation, all Is reported In readiness for tonight's Y. L. I. valentine card party at the Woman's Club hall In the tearoom. Members of the committee In charge, Reglna Degan, chairman, and the Misses Louise Barullch, Mary Echenlque, Consollne Sasla and Eleanor Johnson are promising particularly acceptable prizes. Auction bridge will be played. Refreshments will be served. Reservations for tables may be made by telephoning 44»0-M. »\C«S COUGH These pena and pencils are made by a well-known manufacturer. The demand for these seta ha» been HO great that the output of the factory has been Inadequate to meet It. So wo are running this sale for one day as we have a limited stock. LIFETIME Chromium Stainless Pen Point. Tou also receive a perfectly match'ed propol-repel- expel, Improved pencil. Thus you ore getting a J7.50 sot for just 99c. No Mall Orders. No C. O. D. You Must Bring the Coupon to the Store HUGHES DRUG STORE Nineteenth and Chester . . . Real Throat relief! Medicated with Ingredients of Vicks VapoRub OVtRCOMES BAD BREATH CHICAGO COLLEGE OF BEAUTY, INC. 1510 NliutMnth StrMt Phm* 887-J Seo us about our finance plan and reduced rated on tuition. Mew class now forming. $5.00 Permanent Spiral or Combination $1.75 Other PerminenU, 9So Up Three OJJC Shampoo, Finger Wave, Hair Cut, Arch, Color Rinse, Baby Henna, Manicure. Paper Curl, Brush Curl, Pin Curl, Eyebrow or Eyelash Dye, only 26c, If taken with tar or Boapless oil shampoo. *W« pay cash for old gold, dental "gold and silver, Q«t useful dol- Lurs for your old ecrapa of pre- Pcloui metali. WICKERSHAM CO. Nineteenth at "Eye" Hotel £1 Tejon A DELIGHTFUL PLACE IN WHICH TO EAT Where You Get tha Highest Quality lit the Ix>weet Cost Club Breakfast, 2Bo to 60o Lunches, 50c and 8Sc Dinners, 50c to $1.50 A Delicious T-Bone Steak Dinner, 11.00 Assorted Tousled Sandwiches, 15o SPECIAL Hot Roast Turkey Sandwich, Mashed Potatoes, Glblet Gravy, 45c El Tejon Made Pies a la Mode, IBc president wero Introduced Individually by their manager, Billy Harriott Their theme song was "Nightfall 1 (Peter de Rose and Charles Harold'*; other numbers Included "It's Gonna Be You," "I'll Never Have to Dream Again," "Please," "I'm Sure of Everything But You," "Play, Fiddle, Play," and others. Mrs. Bowman, who heads an organization of 1350 clubs, Inducing more than sixty thousand women from coast to coast nnd border to border, arrived In California tho first of February, soon after the amalgamation of thn state federation and tho state league, and tho Joining of tho organization with the national body. She came as a messenger of good will to personally welcome tho amalgamated group Into the larger organization. She spoke In behalf of the biennial convention In Chicago In July, and outlined the achievements-of the national organization. She mentioned the Importance of the Business and Professional Women's Club In creating public opinion, encouraging education, In obtaining Information through Its research department, and In working against discrimination against married women In bunlnoss. A. A. Ul WILL HEAR VAN EWERT German Political Crisis Will Be Discussed; Dances Arranged "The Political Crisis In Germany" will be discussed by William Van Kwert of -the Junior college faculty Saturday when the Bftkersfleld branch of tho American Association of Unl- i-erslty Women holds a 12 o'clock luncheon In the Spanish ballroom or Motel El Tejon. Danco pupils of Miss Ann Anderson will present a "molting pot" divertissement. Italian, Irish, Spanish^ Indian 'and Mexican dances will bo fused Into an all-Amerlcan chorus In the finale, ' Girls taking part Include Doris Mae t,arnen, Joanne Slaughter, Ruth Nelll, Billy Irene Pickle, Mary Carolyn Daly, Prances Buchner, Lois Knowlea, Ger- aldlno Roberts, Constance Fauly, Marguerite Thornber and Helen TUrhmonel. Mrs. J. K. Thrasher will preside over a brief business meeting. • « » Joint Meeting for Founders Ceremony An abrupt departure from the usual Founders day ceremony will bu noticed when members of tho Horace Mann and*^ Washington P. T. A.s gather at a Joint, meeting, Friday evening, February 17, at the Washington School. Whole hearted co-opcratlon from both units has made it possible for the committees to plan' this Joint meeting without upsetting tho trend of work of either association. Washington being a Junior high, many families have children In both schools, and the officers of the two units feel that nn occasional working together might bring about a strengthening of the' purpos« of the P. T. A., a closer larmony between the units, and a. jroadenlng of the Individual point of view. Each association will follow Its regular routine of business In separate rooms, and inset together In the nudl- orlum for the Founders day ceremony. The usual birthday cakn and candle lighting ceremony will give way to "The Old Family Album," from whom pages the founders and past 'oaders Bowman was Introduced by Miss I "If we permit married women to be Monte Bedwell, Junior past president of the California Federation, who was presented to the club women by Mrs. L. Frank Johndrow, Bakersfleld club president. Miss Gastoni Sings Miss Gastoni, a favorite soloist, was vigorously applauded In her three numbers, "IVAmour Tejours L'Amour" (Friml), "Serenade" (Toselll), and "The Firefly" (Friml). Her voice of exquisite quality and extensive train- Ing waa warm and colorful In the three selections, particularly In tho second, sung in tho original Italian. The Blue and White Quartet, comprised of Jim Stone, Jim Anderson, Jim Stramler nnd Bill Robb, sane "Olo King Cole," "Drink to Mo Only With Thine Eyes" and several others, closing with "Aloha," dedicated to Mrs. Bowman. The members were. Introduced by Bill Robb, who announced the numbers. Excellent Musle "The Collegians" wore enthusiastically commended for their orchestra selections, and by request of the club discriminated against, or any women, In fact, wo permit discrimination against all women," she said. Tho federation created 60,000 hours of extra work as one of Its achievements for economic stability filnco the depression, the club leader said. will greet tho audience. All past presidents of the district, councils, and of tho Washington and Horace Mann units aro especially Invited to attend. Caledonia Lodge Holds Observance Supper was served to 160 guests when Caledonia 16dge, No. 486, F. & A. M., held Its first "past masters' night" Wednesday evening. Some of those present were from Massachusetts, Iowa, Georgia, Indiana. Illinois and various parts of California. Ten of the 1" past masters of the lodge attended. Grand lodge certificates wore presented by Lee J. Grain, worshipful master and master of ceremonies. Talks were made by Arthur K. Overton and Whit C. Barber, Inspectors of the local districts. EXPERT PLATE WORK Reduced Prices Now Dr. Fletcher 6?2 Kentucky St. Phono 2531.W <N«»t l» Clnnillt Thotir) The charm of Josephine Emprei* of Franc* hei endured ihreugh the *9«i. 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