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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA!*, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1933 SOCI Memorial to Be Established in N. Y.' City in Memory of Ex-President fAasonlntcd J'rcnit Leaned Wire) NEW YORK, Feb. 11.—Announcement of a memorial to be established in New York for Calvin Coolldgo came from the Women's National Republican Club today. v Tho library in the organization's new clubhouse, to bo opened next De- comber, will be dedicated to the memory of Coolldgo, said Mrs. George A. Wyeth, president. t Mrs. Coolldge is an honorary member of the club, and while her husband was president hn took an actlvo Interest In the organization. He formally opened tho present clubhouse, In East Thirty-seventh atreet, on Lincoln's birthday, 1024. Jn the library of tl(6 now clubhouse, nt Fifty-first and Fifth avenue, will bo a collection of letters from Coolidge, and a place of honor will bo given to a ship model which he nd- mlrcd on the occasion of his visit to \\\a present quarters. The furniture will be colonial, and on the walls will bo several valuable steel engravings. Miss Maudn K. AVetmore of Rhodo Island Is chairman of tho committee arranging tho memorial. Stockdale Club Announces Dance for February 18 Stockdale Country Club Is announcing ,n dance for Saturday evening, February 18 at 10 o'clock, at the club building, for members and their guests. There will be a la carte dining room service throughout the evening, according to cards received by the f members. Music will be by a local 10-pleoe orchestra. In charge of arrangements are Hilton Warren, Malcolm Brock, and Walter Kane. EXCHANGE MEETS RUTH CIRCLE 1EA Honor, Attendance Rosters Announced Those winning n place on the honor roll at Bucna Vista school for the second quarter include: .luanlta Williams, Jimmy Banducci, Melvln Deste- fant, -Catherine AntongloVannl, Barbara Williams, Virginia Penslnger, Jimmy Myers, Richard Campbell, Eu- #eno Antonglovannl, Esther Hart, Dale Edgar, Adah Hart, Martha Leo Myers, Albert Destefanl, Jessie Varley, Ruth Edgar, Adeline Fugltt, Evelyn Yorba. For a perfect attendance record for the quarter, the following pupils wero honored: Ven Banducci, Dan Pin- helrro, Xllii Williams, Jimmle Ban- 'flueci, Leroy Banducci, Melvln Deste- fanl, Catherine Antonglovannl, Jimmle Myers, Josel Buronclnl, Barbara Will- lams, Eugene Antonglovannl, Lester Uaronclnl. Esther Hart, Dick Baron - clnl, Martha Lee Myers, Adah Hart, and Albert Destefanl. Ruth Circle of the First Christian church hold a luncheon Thursday at tho home of Mrs. Harold Broome, 915 R street. Mrs. Howard Hughes was tho assisting hostess. Valentine decorations wero used. Following thn luncheon, a business meeting was hold during which plans wore completed for tho luncheon next Thursday noon at the church. Mrs. W. H. Ely, retiring president, was presented a gift by the circle. Mrs. W. 1C. Young, president-elect, made the presentation speech. Plans for a silver tea to bo held on Washington's birthday wore discussed. Patricia and Elwyn Broome sang :wo patriotic duets and little Jane Barker gave tho pledge to the flag. ThoHe present wero Mesdamos W. H. Ely, W. E. Young, J. A. Townsend, K. J. Brantlcy, Clara Wolvorton, A. G. Borst, T. E. Dltgcn, C. L. Broome, E. F. Bartholomew, Wendell Rice, A. H. Fletcher, M. G. Mears, W. H. Varner, F. M. Satterly, William Bouchard, Velma Morris, Albert Han- tins, C. E. Glraud, Rose May, W. Q. Weichelt, Paulino Semturler, C. Arnold (Los Angeles), E. P. Davis, J. E. McCormlck, S. F. Dye, R. 1,. Perry, James Perry, Laura Hltt and William Harris. Children wero Evelyn Oleta Rice, Barbara Ann Perry, Billy Mears, La Mont Bartholomew, Bobbie Morris, Jane Barker, Patricia, Erma and Elwyn. Broome. •» . » Music Association Elects Officers Jose S. domes vas elected president of a local music association organized two years ago under auspices of tho Mexican Honorary Comlslon at 1422 Lake street.. Other leaders chosen at a recent meeting wero Tony Martinez, vice- president; Juan Brlones, secretary; Alfonzo Oonzales-, treasurer; Salvador Martinez, assemblyman; Conception Diaz, sergeant-at-arms; Salvlno Rl- ras. director of,the hand, and Jose S. Gomez, subdirector. Improvement Club Planning Supper Members of the Highland Park Improvement Club will hold their monthly potluck supper Monday evening at 7 o'clock at the clubhouse, followed by entertainment, including i cards. L. J. Quthrle will preside. *-•-» MRS. DRAKE HOSTESS Mrs. Joseph Drake entertained a group of friends at her home, 3006 Park Way last evening, assisted by Mrs. Gus Aslmakls. Cards were followed by tho serving of a Spanish dinner, and dancing. The affair honored Miss Veronica Archuleta. The honoree presented an Apache dance in costume, with Miss Stella Sotello. Mrs. P. J. Slmos Invited the guests to her home, 1717 M street for next Thursday evening. At the supper hour the following guests were assembled about a tablo decked In a St. Valentine motif: Mes- dumes Fred Qulnn, John Aslmakls, P. J. Slmos, Misses Susie Archuleta, Stella Sotello, Mario Green, Veronica Archuleta, Mnrgred Apodaca, Daspo Tsltnkls and Vivian Eleanor Drake. To Explain Project Planned to Eliminate Charity; Nonprofit Body Another meeting of professional people and tradesmen who are Interested In tho Bttkersfleld Co-operative Exchange Is set for Monday evening nt 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frances Willow, 229 Eighteenth street. The organization, according to- Mrs. Ruth Tlbbutt, organizer, Is a nonprofit body designed to bring supply and demand together when money is not available for, tho purpose, n clearing house for the exchange of services nnd commodities among Its membors. Nothing Is sold or bought, all Is ox- changed. 1 Each member furnishes to tho exchange executives a list of services or commodities which he or she Is .willing to contribute. From this are selected services and commodities desired, Each member Is provided with a passbook in which are entered debits and credits. The expense of operating tho exchange Is paid out of membership foes and from the small percentage which Is'charged against all transactions. Already, according to those In charge, people signing up include an osteopath, grocer, sign painter, notary public, radio repair man, electrician and public address system operator. Tho exchange Is designed to eliminate the giving of charity, and to bring professional men nnd tradesmen together. It Is said to be operating with success In Los Angeles, Holly, wood and other cities. Harmony Shrine Holds Luncheon TAFT, Fob: 11.—Harmony Shrine Social Club No. 19 mot recently al the home of Christine Guzman, 327 Lierly avenue, for a potluck luncheon, followed by bridge. Prizes wero awarded by Helen Shasteen, first; Anna Folk, second and Mottle Wat- j son, third. I Those present were Mattlo Watson, Stella Garner, Inez Flagg, Jeanetto Peahl, Hazel Halo, Ilelon Ogg, Mar- saref Nicholson, Mollle Peterson, Helen Shasteen, Mary Garner, Anna Folk and the hostess. ' The time of the monthly meeting has been changed from tho second Thursday to tho third Friday. Hostesses for next meeting March 17, will be Helen Ogg, at her home at 501 D street. Sojourners are asked to bear in mind the date of the official visit to tho supreme worthy high priestess at Bakersfleld Masonic temple February 1G. A 6:30 o'clock dinner will precede the ceremonial. Junior Orchestra Group Entertained Miss Mary Sullivan entertained tho members of the Junior orchestra ol tho First Baptist Church at her home, 1522 Beale avenue, recently. A valentine motif was carried out In games and refreshments; prizes were won by Miss Barbara Shomato and Robert Harding. Those participating were: Misses Peggy Ross, Barbara Shomate, PenrI Sorg, Lorraine Allen, Flossie Sullivan and Messrs. Fred Harding, Rober Harding, Glen Green, Charles Ross and Kenneth Robesky. The hostess was assisted by her mother, Mrs. J L. Sullivan. •*- INTENTIONS TO WED Homer B. Taylor, 21, and Annabelle Marvin, 16, Plxley. Lynn R. Brown, 21, Bakersfleld, and Lila M. Bowman, 18, Taft. Library to Close All Day Monday 'or Barbara Jean Perry A Valentino party and gift shower honored Barbara Jean Perry, the 6•oar-old daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. O. Perry, 630 V street, on her birthday anniversary. Prizes at games were won by Jo- iVnn Shannon and Margaret Morrans. A birthday cake was sliced and servod, with other refreshments, at an elaborately trimmed table. Mrs. Perry was assisted by Mrs. P. . Plfer, Mrs. J. Gonzales and Mrs. Q. Slmoneck. , Those preuant were Betty Snare Patty Slmoneck Barbara Coburn Margaret Mor- Jo-Ann Shannon rans Bubbles Heck- Evelyn Souza man Georgia Shannon Jo-Ellen Perry Barbara Jean Charles Whltaker Perry Jr. Junior Gonzalos Gage Plfer Billy Snare Paul Zydnor Paul Shannon • • • For Miss Johnson Miss Barbara Smith, 1724 Truxtun avenue, entertained at a gift shower In honor of Miss LeOra Johnson, bride-elect of Edwin Anderson, recently at her homo. She was assisted by her mother, Mrs. Harold Smith, and by Mrs. Leslie Mumford.i Prizes nt bridge were awarded to Miss Lydla Francisco and Miss Pearl Annette Vlckrey. A midnight supper was served at tables appointed In a scheme of pink and white, and centered with sweet peas, freeslas and roses. White tapers and favors were selected. Besides tho hostess, those attending were: For Mitt Hammond Miss Ruth • Hlght, B80 Jackson street, entertained a group of friends last evening in honor of Miss Bonnlo Hammond, who celebrated her soven- tcenth birthday. Games and dancing w«rn enjoyed luring tho evening. Prizes were awarded to Henry Young, Miss'Con- nie Donath and Bob Cross. Refreshments wero served at tho clone of tho evening by tho hostess assisted by S. H. Hlght and her sister, Mrs. H. L.. Clcrley. A special guest of tho evening was Tom Hlght, cousin of tho hostess, from Hanford. . Thoso present other than tho Hostess and the honoroo were: Misses— Edna Keller Esther Lano Sally King Tllllo O'Donnell Thelma Montel Maxlno Clerloy Avon Clerlcy Franclne Emily Busch Do Crastos Muriel Cooper Vera Maupln Evelyn Donath Jnyno Bartlett Mary Hammond Connie Donath Mrs. Lulu Hammond Messrs— Harold Fox Ott Vanderpool Aubrey Hlght Laurence Montel Henry Young Misses— LeOra Johnson Laura Coats Ijydla Francisco Qenevleve Miller Doris Doughty Pearl Annette Vlckrey Dorothy McLean Mrs. Carl Goldstein • » • Mr. and Mrs. Koshland Here Mr. and Mrs. Max I. Koshland are at Hotel Padre, expecting to return to their home In San Francisco tomorrow Mrs. Koshland Is a daughter of the late H. A. Jastro, pioneer Kern resident. All Day Meeting Set for February 23; Mrs. Stemen Hostess Harold Brown Kenneth Hammond Kay KnuscTman Bob Cross Lee Gadberry ' Harry Vnn Homo Cfirl Montgomery Raymond Hacker LeBllo Knspor Ernest Post * V • "Our Card Club" Meets "Our Cnrd Club," a bridge and five hundred group 'was entertained nt the liomo of Mrs. Mnblo Longacro, 631 Twenty-eighth street recently at its semi-monthly meeting. Thn hostess used n red color scheme and heart motif In recognition of St. Valentine's day. In addition to five Ruests, the following members attended: Mesdames— Etta Calder Cliff Anderson Huth Calder Carolyn Monday Mablc Lnngucre Thelma Larimer Madge Relmer Ooltllo Peterson Violet Ilelnhnrt John Conroy Tllllo Mosler Mrs. Mary Walt was elected presl- ent of tho Esther Circle of First 'hrlstlan Church recently at the home f Mrs. Jamas Harris, 630 H street. Xhers chosen wero Mrs. A. B. Lewis, Ico-presldent; Mrs. J. K. Stoman, roasurer; and Mrs. Myrtle White, ccrotary, Mrs. Z. P. Mosos presided; ovotlonalH wero In charge of Mrs. O. O. Selbert, Officers will bo Installed t a council meeting Thursday aftor- oon, February 16. Tho next circle session will bo an all-day affair February 23 with Mrs. '. E. Stomen, 1307 M street. A report if the year's work will be mndo. Thoso attending wero Mesdames B. ». Adams, Earl Anderson, William lurcher, H. Bradford, U. R. Cndy, Ada Chamberlain, C. W. Folk, F. B. larrott, Ida Onmbel, L. D. Holland, \V. L. Krccklow, A. B. Lowls, Montlo Jvessey, J. R. McDonald, C. A. Mc- Intlre, 7.. P. MOHCS, Tom Phillips, O. O. Selbert, J. 13. Stonion, S. A. Smith, Albert Tench, Ray Walt, Myrtle White, and tho children Janet Cady, Thelma Cndy and Charles Krecklow. Refreshments wero served by Mesdames S. A. Smith, A. Tench, R. E. 'ady, James Harris, Z. P. Mosos and . B. 'Lewis. P. T. A. ACTIVITIES Lincoln's birthday Kern county free On account of anniversary, the library will be closed Monday. This includes headquarters and all its branches, according to authorities of the institution today. FRATERNAL Successful Party El Tejon Council No. 216, Degree of Pocahontas entertained at a party attended by 13 tables lost evening. Prizes In flvo hundred wore awarded to Mrs. E. W. Deuel. Mrs. C. N. Potter, Mrs. Harrell Mrs. K. , O. A. Bi A. Erickson, E. A. rayden and N. C. Wll- REDUCED PRICES on PLATES Quick Strvlc* Office Over Klmball A Stont Nineteenth and Chester DR. GOODNIGHT DICKSON IS SPEAKER S1IAFTER, Feb. 11. — Howard L. Dlckson, head of the agriculture department In the Bakersfiold High School, gave an interesting lecture on agriculture as a vocation to tho seniors of Shatter High School Wednesday afternoon. Tho speaker was provided by Paul VunderEiko for the vocational class, which meets once a week for the purpose of getting Information on different vocations. Mr. Dickson stated that farming was tho principal industry of the four which make most of the wealth In tho United States. Ho also said that two-thirds of the people of tho country are employed in Industries which are connected tp agriculture in general. ANNOUNCEMENT Dr. Floyd J. Klopp and Dr. Oma C. Klopp, Chiropractors Now Located at 301 and 302 Haberfelde Building Phone 5151 "We pay cash for old gold, dental R old and sliver. Got useful del. irs for your old scraps of pro- Iclous metals, WICKERSHAM CO. Nln«t*«nth at "Eye" El Tejon Drug Company Al (lock Tower I'hone 166 rnee OEUVERV SERVICE . J. MOOKt; K. L. 1>AllKEU NOBLE GRANDS MEET FELLOWS, Feb. 11.— Tho Past Noble Grands' Association met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. J. L. Allen at her home on thq Santa Fe. Mrs. "',ada Rathborn presided. Mrs. Wlllard '.. Balloy Is 111 at tha home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Mulroy, in Bakersfield. Mrs. W. L. Formway was also reported ill at her borne on tho Santa Fe. At tho conclusion of tho >uslnoRs session a social hour was en- loyed. The hostess served refreshments. Enjoying Mrs. Allen's hospi- :allty wero Mesdames Evelyn G. Towne, Dora J. Hedrlck, Mamie E. Sutllff and daughter Patricia, Znua Rathbern, Etta L. Maygron and Ida H. Parsons. son. The awards in pedro were taken by Mrs. C. M. Sisson, Mrs. Lena Pearl Shaw. Mrs. L. C. Rettlger, W. D. Heath, Dick Lunceford and J. Delagnes. Special prizes went to Mrs. J. Swlnk and Lindsay B. Lyons. Refreshments were served. On Friday, February 24, In the afternoon, a card party will be held at Eagles' hall, corner of Seventeenth and G streets. Five prizes will be given. A small admission charge will be made. Mrs. Pearl Shaw will act us chairman. To Shrine Meeting Included in the group which will greet Mrs. Anna B. Irwin, supreme worthy high priestess of the White Shrine at San Bernardino tonight, are Mrs.' Diamond Brewer, worthy high priestess of Bakersfleld Shrine, Mrs. Elsie Rohrer, worthy guide; Miss Dorothy Axley, worthy herald; Mrs. Axlcy. and To Present Flag Hurlbut Woman's Relief Corps will present a flag to tho 09 Men's Club of First Christian Church. All officers and members have been requested to meet at the courthouse at 9 .o'clock Sunday to make final arrangements. To Visit Dairy Members and friends of the Woman's Relief Corps have been requested to meet at tho Women's Rest House on I street nt 1:30 o'clock Monday, February 13 to go In a body to tho Peacock Dairy for a tour of inspection. Libertas Chapter Llbcrtas Chapter, Order of tho Eastern Star, will meet Monday night at the Masonic temple at 8 o'clock. There will be balloting on candidates. Mrs. Anna Muller of the chapter. Is worthy matron F OUNDER'S day was observed at the Fremont P. T. A. recently, with 60 parents in attendance. The kindergarten room was decorated in valentine and patriotic motif, emphasizing the events pertaining to the month. Tall colored tapers, blue and yellow, stood on a tablo graced by a large cake beautifully decorated with blue icing, tho table being covered with a golden cloth. Mrs. Clifford Saint, president, presided at the business: session. Little Charles Henry Williams and Mary Curran costumed as Undo Sam, and Miss America with kindergarten citizens in red, white and blue, sang as the assembled audience saluted the flag. This was followed by the sing- Ing of "America." Miss Kathryn Sprague directed the drill and taught the song which has been Introduced into the city schools this year by Superintendent L. B. Chenoweth. Mrs. Phil Plfer acted as secretary for the day. Mrs. J. Curran. Mrs. Valney Andrews and Miss Kill wero appointed a committee to prepare a slate for the election of P. T. A. officers for next year. Mrs. Fred Ncergard was nominated to attend the city council meeting to bo held February 28. A silver tea was announced for February 14, at the Woman's Club. As an added feature of the day a program was presented by the children. The boys' and girls' glee club under the supervision of Miss Myrtle Seabern sang a group of patriotic songs. As they sang tho minuet little partners from Miss Mabel Brotherton's room, costumed In colonial costumes, came Into the room and took their places for the minuet dunce. Dicky Yule and Coleen McFadden, Ivan Crosby and Mary Lou Gonzales, Willlam Trlpp and Bubbles Heckman, Roland Dezarn and • Barbara Jean Bates, Ralph Hanna and Dorothy Kuhlman, Gage Plfer and Winifred Andrews were tho participants. Tho fourth grade presented a play in costume. Doctor Fletcher O. Watson of the Methodist Church spoke on "Washington, tho Man." The chairman of the Founders' day program. Mrs. Phil Plfer Introduced two past presidents, Mrs. N. N. Brown and Mrs. M. J. Meadows, who served cake and coffee to the members, teachers and friends. Mrs. J. F. Fn- ber, state chairman of tho P. T. A. extension work, conducted a candle- lighting ceremony. The roll call of parents showed Miss Brotherton's room, with an attendance of 19 parents, to be tho winner of the prize for the month. Phil Plfer took pictures of the minuet performers In their costumes and later presented the teacher and each partlcpant with a picture. If You're Looking Forward To a Profitable Year Read the Bakersfleld Californian WANT-ADS AT NAZARENE CHURCH At the Church of tho Nazarene, corner of Fourth street and Chester avenue, Sunday "community day" wlll.be observed. At the Sunday school hour, tho pastor, the Rev. S. H. Krwin will Bpbak to adults of the Blblo school on "Tho Place of tho Bible School In the Community," Ills morning message will bo on the Influrnco of tho church In tho com- piunlty. In tho evening the topic will bo "Tho Church With a Message and Program for the Community." | Good Crowd at i Golf and Bridge I Dessert Party Seventeen tablet were filled for a desiert bridge and golf party at Stockdale Country Club Friday, starting at 10 o'clock, The prize at auction bridge was won by Mrs. Harrison Elliott, and at contract, by Ralph Smith. Oolf awards went to Mn, Ralph Smith, Mrs. Ben SHI, Mrs. J. C. Beggs .and Mrs. Samuel Crlni, The committee on arrangements Included Mrs. Olive Qrogg, Mrs. L. E. Nance, T. E. Kllpateln nnd Bly Mulr. With the largest attendance of tho year "Founders' day" at Panama school took on the nature of a homecoming for former members, with many former loaders and officers present to participate in the beautlfu! ceremonial commemorating the birthday of P. T. A. With tho president, Mrs. Amy Selbert, presiding, a short, business mnet- i Ing was conducted. Plans were made for ono of thn "Community Fun Nights" on February 24, at which the school children will furnish enter, talnment numbers. Mr». Anna don Rave a resume of legislation affecting schools. Mrs. Barbara Kwort's primary group presented two numbers by the Rhythm band, followed by a vocal duet by Mrs. Jrma lloyer and Mrs. Krank LoUHlalot. Little I»ls Boye.r contributed a piano oolo. Another feature was a vocal solo by MrH. Itoy Loudon. Twelve of the .smaller school child- Visitors from Bakorsfleld Included ilesdames Peter Ollll, Earl Cook, M. :iovls, !•'. W. Webster, Margaret Mc- e Stimelinff, I3va Dyo and Mari- nnna I3ldart. x "Founder's day" will bo relobrateil )}• tho members of the Hawthorne School P. T. A. on February 17, at tho ionic of tho president, Mrs. J. R loblnson, 1015 Thirtieth street. A ilrthday cuke will be sliced as a par of the ceremony, and a silver offering will be taken. Plans for tho affal were discussed at the last meeting o the P. T. A. at tho Hawthorne School Mrs. noblnson proHlded. The following wero appointed a members of the nominating commlttc to elect officers for the now term Mr.M. Kathryn Balfnnz, Mrs. O. A arlson, Mrs. A. Harrison, Mrs. K Rlchaud. Mrs. C. S. Reams wan appointed ti meet with tho local council, her al ternato being Mrs. Charles L. Dlxon Mrs. Hoblnson gave a talk on th mportanoe of subscribing for at leas one p. T. A. magazine. J. David Lain prcBentcd L. E. Chenoweth's message. Mra. Dixon read tho monthly lette from MI-H. Andrew Hancock, Sevenl" district president. Following the business meeting trip was taken to tho Peacock Dalr Farm. Picks Committee for Friendship Banquet Miss Alice Stauss, chairman of tho second annual Friendship banqunt of tho Business and Professional Women's Club nnd SoroptlmlHt Club haw appointed n -committee of assistants and called a mooting for Monday evening at 7:45 o'clock at her home, 1211 Seventeenth street. On the committee are Hazel Mills, Frances Ahmann, Margaret Bishop '/Ma. Fujan, Marjorie Hobson, Mlla Norrls, Leona Klovdale, Marjorlo Hodrick, Doctor Oma Klopp, Dorothy Sears, Beth Dyo, Chispa AVngy and Dorothy Lynn. Tho banquet will be held March 14 Sigma Phi Gamma Dance Is Tonight Alpha Psl Chapter of the Sigma Ph Gamma sorority, will entertain to night at an informal danco at Stock dalo Country Club, th<? first this yen to bo sponsored by the young host esses. In charge of arrangements arc Mlfi Mildred Foloy, Miss Lucille Curno% and Miss Luvaun Long. A nix-pice orchestra has be«n engaged. Danclni will start nt 10 o'clock. The affair I to bo Informal. LEGION WOMEN MEET MARICOPA, Feb. 11.— Ladles of th Taft American Legion Auxiliary mo at the homo of Mrs. Chr.ide Fulwlde of Kerto on Wednesday. Tho day wa spoilt sewing on garments and com forters for veterans ut San Fcrnand Hospital. Four bed jackets, cigh bedside bags, twelve hot water ba covers, four suit covers and a com fortcr wero completed. Those enjoy Ing the day wero McKtlames Doroth Howell, Margaret Crossan, Ann Doyle Ruby llodenhamer, 1-lazel Wrlgh Bert Brink, Irma Spcnce, and Wlnnl fred Kltchnk; also Mrs, Mary Jaque and Miss ICa.tter Jaques, mother an sister of tho hostess. FELLOWS, Feb. 11.—The Midway Parent Teacher Association met re cently lu tho school auditorium will Mrs. Ella Klnnebrow presiding ove the short business session which pro ceded tho program. The election o a nominating committee resulted I Mo.sdames Ada Mortensen, Mary C Williamson, Grace K. Cooley, Jessl Barnes and Mr. R. N. Hatch being named. Mrs. Myrtle Casley, vice-president gave her report on a dinner given b> the P. T. A. in January, which nette tho association MG.20. J. A. Hylton principal of Midway .School, talked on legislation as related to tho P. T. A work, with R. N. Hatch giving a short talk along the same lines. Tho association went on record as endorsing the state legislative program of tho P. T. A. Mrs. Klnnebrew announced the program numbers: Vocal solo, "Trees," by Mrs. Ed. Sowell of Taft, accompanied at tha piano by Mrs. II, D. Pettlt; "A Little Dust Man" was sung by a chorus consisting of Mesdames C. L. Campbell, Wllla Sunk, Leo Hoovis, Alice Mattoon, Maude. Doollttle, Amy Griffon nnd Ruth Hodeson. ' \ The program closed with a Founders' day pageant with Mrs. J. A. Hylton representing Phoebo Ap- pcrson Hearst, Mrs. A. M. Pccka for Mrs. Theodore Wild Blrnc-y (tho two founders of tho P. T. A.) In a largo picture. The candlo-llghtlng ceremony was Included in tho pageant with Mrs. R. H. Dill as tho spirit of P. T. A. Mesdamen Grace N. Cooley, Bertha Howlund and Miss E. D. Eckman were the readers. All enjoyed refreshments In tho cafeteria. W. B. A. MEETING TAFT, Feb. 11.— Taft Review No 41, Woman's Benefit Association me Wednesday night In regular sesslo with a largo attendance. Plans wer completed for a dinner February 2 in tho Odd Fellows hall. Mrs. Hal Landrum will have cbargo of th kitchen, assisted by Mrs. Mary Rich ardson and Mrs. Edna Buchanan Miss Dorothy Richardson will hav charge of the dining room. Much Interest was shown In tho B. A. vacation week to be held Santa Cruz in June. After tho meet ing a social hour was enjoyed. Y. L. I. Affair Attracts Many; j Much Enjoyed) A Y. L. I. valentine card party given Hit evening at the Bakersfield's Women's Club was voted one of the moit charming and successful parties by the Institute. Miss Reglna Degnn was chairman of the affair. Bridge was played at 24 tables decorated In the valentine motif. Prizes were awarded to Mrs, E. S. Alford and Eugene Duhamel, first, and Mrs. R. E. Blacker and Joe Stlener, second. Mrs. Frank Hagen was awarded a special prize. Dainty refreshments were served to the players at the close of the evening. AT SERVICE The Soroptlmlst doublo trio will sing Sunday night at the vesper hour at First Methodist church. The prisemblo s comprised of Mrs. Maude A. Robb, Mrs. Pearlo Smith, Mrs. Pearl Ferguson, Mrs. Mary Crane Uarrard, Mrs. Alberta Smith and Miss Cornelia Ball. Their first group will Include "Lift Thine Eyes," from Mendclssohn'f •Elijah." Tho second group Is comprised of "I'm Wearln' Awa' " (Footo), 'Thank Ood for a Garden" (Del Rlgo) and "Wl-Um," an Indian song by loMrnnco. In the third group will be "The fountain" (Hammond) and "Tho Green Cathedral" (ITahn). A short talk will bo given by the pastor, the Rev. Fletcher C!. Watson, ind special music will bo provided by Mrs. A. H. Holslngton, organist. Pununm Committee Sponsors Entertainment With All Taking Part The Panama .School safety committee sponsored a program Friday afternoon with the ontlro school participating. Following selections by the rhythm band from Mrs. Barbara Ewerts' room, Miss Alice Louise Mc- Calllon led the school In singing patriotic songs. Tho "Safety Committeeman's Pledge" was given by the committee, after which each member gave safety talks as follows: Homo accidents, Mabel Montoya; prevention of accidents, Leota Fuller; a little story, Itetty Loudon; good resolutions, Dick Little; safety on the school grounds, Paul Demkey; danger from explosives, Callle Van Horn. .Safety verses wore given by each pupil In tho sixth, seventh and eighth grades. Tho verse speaking choir from the primary grades gave three selections, followed by a song, "My Valentino," and a recitation, "Georgo Washington" by Alice Fisher. Boys and girls from Miss Calllon's mom contributed several musical numbers, and tho afternoon was brought to a close by tho showing of slides "f California by tho pupils of Mrs. Herlng's room. Valentine Dinner Tuesday Evening Tho Women's Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church Is Inviting the general .public to a val- ontlno dinner Tuesday evening, February 14, In Westminster hall at 6:^n o'clock. An attractive menu .la being arranged by Mrs. W. A. Warburton, and It Is expected that music will bo furnished by the Beardsley ensemble, members of which donated their services for a Christmas birthday dinner In December. There will ho one table specially decorated for a bridal couple, the Identity of whom Is being withheld, whoso wedding was a recent event, and who will lie thn guests of honor. Tickets may bo obtained from Mrs. \V. W. Speakman or \V. C. Chamberlain. Masquerade Ball to Be Held Feb. 16 Armln Lodge, Order of Hermann Sons and Its auxiliary, tho Hermann Sisters, will entertain February 16 at Mooso hall at 11 masquerade ball. Music will bo furnished by a four- pleco orchestra. Refreshments will b« served. A small admission charg'. 1 will bo asked. Mrs. Lena ICersher heads tho women's committee on arrangements. Ludwig Diebel, F. W. Kampe and Fred Callger represent the men's order. Thn committee is requesting all to mask. GIVE BRIDGE PARTY Miss Ruth Jones and Mlns Juno Waters entertained Thursday evening with n. bridge party at the C*. R. Meyer home. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Mildred Marx for high scorn and Ramona Crabtrcc, consolation. Delicious refreshments wero served after th« games. Those present wero Mrs. . Mildred Hlckn, Mrs. Mildred Marx, Miss Ramona Crnlitreo, Miss Orph:i Iteall, Mrs. C. II. Meyers, Mrs. L. J. Kitnstnln, Mrs. Karl I'helps, Miss Mario Smith, Mrs. MwiMinod Kinory, Mrs. II. G. Humphrey, Miss Rosa Cnckl/tirn, Miss Virginia Shultr. and Plans Maturing for Bowery Dance All am expected to dress appropriately when tho Delta Sigma Fraternity entertains at a "bowery" dance February 18 at Legion hall, according to tho ultimatum of Doctor Wlllard Knmproth, chairman and Herbert Hnuvii, assistant chairman. An eight-piece orchestra will provide musli'. I'rl/.es for tho bcvt bowery regaliu have been given by Jack Unger, Shelar & Sholar, Klbo Gerson, tho Richfield station and Garrctt <fc Blacker. -*- tho hostesses, Waters. Miss JnneH and Mias MISS VARNER RE-ELECTED TAFT, Feb. 11.—OUlo A'arner, president of tho Girls' Athletic Association last semester, has been re-elected to the position at an election held Wednesday at tho high school. Velma Gordon was elected vice-president; Beatrice Carroll, treasurer; and Frances Lawson, sports manager. Installation of these officers will be held February IB. Juniors and freshmen divided high school honors In tho hockey Henson. each having won the same number of games. SPECIAL MUSIC Music at First Presbyterian Church Sunday Includes: choir "Recessional" (Do ICoven); solo, selected, Miss Dorothy Harpster, evening, music by tho Soroptlmlst double trio. Organ selections will be "prayer" (Lomal- gre); "Meditation" (Finger); "Processional" (Gulrard). Evening, "Savior Breath an Evening Blessing" (Morrison); 'Eventide" (Harris) and "March," (Colburn). GUILD MEETING TAFT, Fob. 11.—The Senior World- Wide Guild of Taft held Its monthly meeting Thursday evening In tho basement of the First Baptist Church with tho now president, Oleta Furry In charge. After the business was concluded all o fthe girls, dressed in pajamas were treated to a Chinese dinner arranged by tho president and three sponsors of tho guild. ATTEND RECENT BANQUET McFAULAND, Feb. 11. — I iunUey Webb, advisor of thn MrFnrland III- Y Club, E. P. Jam's, principal of tho school, and tho following boys attended the V. M. C. A. banquet In Ilakcrsfleld Thursday night: Maxwell Nowby, Ralph Shlclt, John Uu- Rirhard tieorgo I'orry, Waldo I'lki-. Earl Hlggenho- thnm juid iOMon Hnkor. gan, Woodrow Wlinbt»rly, Newby, Richard Alexander AGENDA CLUB MEETS FELLOWS, Fob. 11. — The Agenda Club held its regular meeting Thursday afternoon at the Masonic temple, with Mrs. Myrtle Moodio presiding. Plans wero mndu to servo a CO-cent turkey dinner on Thursday, February 2H, at the tomple. Mesdames Mlnnlo Devlin, '/.on Cole and Pauline Wright aro In charge of tho dinner arrangements, while Mrs. M'ary Kaufman will take; chnrgn of HID dining room. On Tuesday afternoon, February 14, tho ladles will hold a special meeting at the home of Mrs. Sarah Fletcher to knot ;i quilt for the Hoover Camp. The president, Mrs. Moodlc, surprised her officers and members by serving dainty refreshments. Present wcru Mesdamcs Myrtle Moodlc, Mary Nutting, Alice Castle, Mary Bennett, Mary Kaufman, Olivo Rlttersbachcr, Manila Sutliff, 7ella McOreuy, Martha Constable, Minnie. Devlin, Paulino Wright and '/,»o Cole. EARTHQUAKE BRIDGE TAFT, Feb. 11.—Honoring the members nf the Voting Ladies' Institute, Mrs. Frances Logan entertained recently following the business meeting of the institute. Earthquake bridge was played, Mrs. Eileen Burke winning the first prize; Mrs. Charles E. Hums, second and Miss Nora Cronln, third. Refreshments wero served to Mesdames Charles E. Burns. Eileen Burke, Kntherlne Kelly, Josephine Rldgway. Roglna Roy, Mary Illack, Nora Reieh- man, Margaret Hudson; the Misses Rita Fell?., Nora I'ronln, Marguerite Mi:Knnn/>y, Kathleen Perrigo, Sara Rose-berry, c.onevleve Terrlll and the hostess, Mrs. Frances Logan. CHURCH CLASS PARTY WASCO, Fob. 11.—Members of the Methodist Church hold their usual class In the annex of tho church Wednesday evening. The groups, were divided into circles, playing competitive games and prizes parrying;' out the valentine motif were nwuriled. Members present were: The Reverend and Mrs. H. 10. Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Rex .Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Quer- Ing, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Booth, Mr. and Mrs. Jo Altrlngpr, Mr. and Mrs, Elmos, Mr. and Mrs. AV. MeCombp, Mr. and Mrs. James Little, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hewlck, Mesdames Jack j Little, (iwendolln Macklln, M. E. j ren, led by Anna Rostetter as tho j White, A. R. Beckes, Mark Frasicr, X. cook, presented a tabloau, "Baking Wooden, and E. Mitchell. Committee for tho P. T. A. Cake." Thin was followed by a candle-lighting: ceremony, In which candles were lighted by the following past presidents: Masdames Peter Gllll, Margaret McKeo Sti- mellnff, B. Jordan, R. fisher, Roy Loudon and Amy Selbert. The candle In memory of the founders was lighted by the principal, Mrs. Margaret Her ing, and Mrs. Franclo Woody, past president, who was unable to bo present, was represented by Mrs, Roy ' Loudon. the evening wero MeHdaineu I- 1 . Unruh. J. Querlng, Jo Altrliigor, Charles Bewick, jack Littlo and Lorln Grunt. •-»•* MRS. ASHTON'S GUESTS McFARLAND, Feb. 11.—Kntertain- Int ut her home on California avenuo recently, Mrs. J. L. Asbton was host-j ess to Mrs. J. F. O'lIrian and sou Na- thuii and bis friend Uobby .Murollo, Mr. anil Mr.y. K. M. Uurnott, all uf Ualtc-r.-jficlil. Hotel El Tejon A DELIGHTFUL PLACE IN WHICH TO EAT- Spccial Turkey Dinner Sunday. . . . Fresh Northern Shrimp Cocktail Celory en BYanrhe Mission Olives Chicken dumbo Soup or Consommo Royal Roast Kern County Turkey Drf-sfilng Cranberry Sauce Creamed Whipped Potatoes Fresh String Beans au Bourro Mint Ice Assorted Hot Dinner Rolls Rl Tejon Fruit Salad, Special Drusslng Hot Mince, Pumpkin or Apple Plo Peach Blossom Ice Cream and Cako Tea, Coffee or Milk EXPERT PLATE WORK Reduced Prices Now Or. Fletcher 622 Kentucky St. Phono 2531-W (Not t» Orntt» Theater) Bailin's Fashion Shop wishes io thank the ladies of Bakersfleld and Kern county for the generous support and great response on the opening day of our cash-raising sale. Monday Ihc prices \vill remain as advertised in the J ; riday evening issue of The Bakerslield California!!. Remember . . . we are offering again on Monday, from 9 lo 10 a. m., a dainty wash frock absolutely Free with any dress or coat purchased during that hour. Bailin's Fashion Shop 1804 Chester Avenue Next Door to First National Bunk

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