Santa Cruz Evening News from Santa Cruz, California on April 8, 1939 · Page 2
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Santa Cruz, California
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Saturday, April 8, 1939
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PAGE TWO SANTA. CRUZ EVENING NEWS. SANTA CRUZ. CALIFORNIA SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1939 Churches Will Greet Easter WithAnthems (Continued From Page 1) the Body of Jesus," Margaret Riordan; "The First Day of the Week," Edward Warren, Helen Emriek, Douglass Kasserollerj "Now the Earth in Resurrection- Light," choir. Personnel of senior choir sopranoB: Carolyn Waterman, Helen Emriek, Leona Geyer, Dec-la Fulli-r, Wynn Azbell, Josephine Grellman, Anita Miller, Ruth Robinson, Hyllig Mahood, Raynell Wells and Jean Klniett; altos: Margaret Riordan, Cecylle Loom-is, Ernia Wells, Esther Cook, Mary Sliively, Cealia Corn well, Isabel Hunter and Amy Bean; tenors: Edward Warren, Henry Whitlock, George Byrne, J. Hunter; basses: Douglass Kasseroller, Harlan Smith, Leland Mahood, Paul Bean, Earl Johnson, Jerry Bolster, Lloyd Johnson, Clinton Robinson. Junior choir Alice May Mc-Neese, Genevieve Harris, Mary Edmund, Joyce Riordan, Frances Foetster, Carol Stanley, Virginia Ford, Nancy Mockeiibeamer, Mary Gettys, Donna Mahood, Pauline Niswender, Betty Tonjun, Sara Lee Canfield, Betty Warren, Fern Burkett, Alexandria Hockenbeam-er, Suzanne Pond, Betty Riley and Betty Jacobson. FIRST MKTIIOWST Processional, "Holy, Holy Holy;" anthem, "Hosanna" (Gra-nier), Melba McKenna and choir; solo, "With Verdure Clad," from "Creation, " Arista Mellor; the offertory, "Mount of Olives Hallelujah" (Beethoven), choir. Knights Templar will attend service in I he evening. Order of service: prelude, "Choral" (Bach) Billy Reid; anthem, "Hosanna" Theater Staff All Togged Out For Easter I (k sfj Hj(IZ' ' s I 1 I tp) JiL, Ja j(sL tL V- i - ; The service staff of (lie Theater Del Mi-r lias been all decked out In new Faster uniforms. Above is the picture of the 14 young men and women in I heir bright new outfits. From left, first row: Floyd Traylor, Shirley Collier, Helen Sadler, Janet Oniiies Malcolm Wbitson, (kneelinj;) i Beth Dover, Daixy Tinner, Veibie Dunlap, William Alves; second row: Frances Pwlemonte, Beryl ;raves, Betty Medina, Ella Kuhlemeier and Hetty Kuhn'. tier Krupp; anthem, "Jesus Christ is Risen Today"; solo, "The Littlo Road Through Bethlehem," Mrs. lichen Scofield. ST. JtHIN THK IJA1T1ST KI'ISCOIMIj The musical program will consist of two special numbers by ((Iraiiier). Melba McKenna and ! tlie choir: "In the End of the bali- choir; The Lord's Prayer chanted ! bath" (Oley Speaks) and "Christ by the choir; responsive reading; ' Our Passover (Alter), anthem, "Glory to God" (Ilos-j FIRST ADVENT CHRISTIAN' sini), Arista Mellor and vested Choir anthem, "Alleleua"; so choir; sermon, "Our Conquest for. in. "How Beautiful Upon the the Golden Age," John F. Wilson ; I Mountains,' Noreen Wettstein; offertory, "Hallelujah" (Beethov- choir anthem, "He is Risen." en), vester choir. Mrs. Vera Mc-ilHH'LDFU CREEK COMMUNITY Kenna Clayton, organist and choir director. TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN Morning service will featuve male quartet, "Christ Arose;" solo, "Open the Gates of the Temple," Harry E. Murray. Music for the evening service: male quartet, "Let Him In" and solo, "Calvary," Mrs. Ruth Eastman. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Processional, "O Day of Resurrection"; offertory, Andante, Mrs. Wells; solo, "Hosanna," Mrs. Olive Ingols. GARFIELD PARK CHRISTIAN Anthem, "How Calm and Beautiful the Morning"; duet, "I am the Resurrection and the Light Anthem. "Tis the Spring of Souls Day," G. F. Broadhead: "Hosanna To the King," Ira B. Wilson; "Hosanna," Leland Spencer. SOQUEL CONGREGATION".! L Music program ly girls' choir with Mrs. Louise Lovett as organist; dialogue, "My Easter Lily," Mary Morgan and Nan Cornwall. FIRST FREE METHODIST Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Hearst of Sacramento and Burton and Evangelist Simpson will form a quartet singing Easter songs. FIRST CHRISTIAN Bass solo, "He Was Despised" from the "Messiah" (Handel), Charles Phillips; anthem, "Easter Dawn" ( Nolte) ; cantata, "East- Mrs. Lenora Krupp and Miss Her- Pi' Joy," compiled from the works i t""" ni r i r i a of Gounod, Mascagni, Rodney, Verdi, Rubenstein, Meyerbeer and Offenbach, and arranged by J. W. Lermun. FIRST BAITIST Special song services and accounts of the First Easter will be given. BEN IO.MONI) COMMUNITY Soprano solo by Esther Yeo-muns. F ELTON COMMUNITY Children of the church school will present Easter program of recitations and music under the direction of Mrs. Mae Toft. EAST SIDE METHODIST The East Side church continues on the air, 2:30 to 3 o'clock, KHUB, Wulsonville. Special Easter cantata by the choir with W. S. Reed directing. CHURCH OF NAZAREXE A cantata will be presented by the Church of the Nazarene at 7:30 p. m. The words are by Lora Linn and the music is by Haldor Lil'enas. The story will be read by Mrs. S. B. Taylor. Mrs. Lois Lundgren will be the pianist. The program: Introduction, li-ano; "It. is Finished," duet, Airs. Houston Wells and Mrs, Lewis Red wine; "He Paid the Price," choir; "0 Quiet Night," soprano solo, Mrs. Clyde Casto; "The Stone Is Rolled Away," choir; "Go and Tell," choir; "Christ Is Risen," soprano solo, Mrs. Lewis Redwine, and choir; . "Hail to the Conqueror," choir. Late Social News Redmen Meet At Regular Session The regular meeting of the Itedmen of Santa Cruz county was held recently In the Redmen hall. Henry Parker presided over the meeting, and Tom Wheeler was reported on the sick list. . Alfred Mack, N. Durgin and Sam Kennedy were new members initiated into the Stamm. At the next meeting of May initiation will be held Lovely Girls Are Featured In New Donner Technicolor Hailed as even more beautiful and entertaining than the two pre ceding productions is Miss Vyvyan Donner's new breath-taking preview of fashion's favorites modeled by America's leading beauties. The film is in technicolor, opens at the Del Mar Theater Sunday to run through Tuesday, and features three sequences, anotng,. j opening with a magnificent Art Gallery scene, going on to an outdoor tableau entitled "Country Favorable reports of the cardLife and the Hunt," and climax-party committee and dance com- ins with a dramatic and beautiful mittee were given by Theo. Ebert. !wedding scene. An investigating committee was Everv eiri chosen i,v Miss Don- Weekly Publisher Fined For Libel REDWOOD CITY, Cal. U.R) John Le Berthon, 71, editor and publisher of the San Francisco Newsletter and Wasp, weekly magazine, today was fined $500 and sentenced to five days in jail on three counts of criminal libel. Superior Judge William S. James stayed execution of sentence for three days during which Jake Ehrlirh, Le Berthou's attorney, may appeal. Le Berthon faces civil suits amounting to nearly $500,000 growing out of his editorial com ment in the recent San Mateo county election which resulted in liis indict nient. Vital Statistics DEATHS i lilii x iKS- In Saul n. Cruz, April s, ln:i!i, Jai'oli Clare timclis, luvhiK NII'P-M t ,li)M'lll Tallin! of Santa Cruz; loving lirullnr of .Mary Drunks, of Kly, Ni-vaila; Mrs. Hrlrna liakcr of Santa Cruz, ami KiUanl lirunks nf Trarv; a natiM' nl' Wi-st Viruinia. am'.l 40 Kmii'inl srnnvs will lie lulri frnm While's Chapel, :IS Walnut aveniif. Tui'silay, April 11 at 2 P. m. lutut niL-nt at 1. O. U. F. ceine-tcry. 4-io FLORAL DESIGNING Elwin S. Rarnhill Co. 27.1 Soqiipl Av. Phnn 742 appointed, consisting of A. BrenkV wilz, William Adams and A. B. Crown. Brother Fred Howe is graciously donating a radio set to the lodge. The first prize of the mystery box w o u 1 d have gone to Louis Haber had he been present and Brother Miller would have won second. Refreshments wero served following the meeting. Viola Vetterlc Is Feted At Shower Miss Viola May Vetterlc, bride-elect of George B. Hurst, was the honored guest at a delightful miscellaneous shower givun by Mis. Margaret Rushton Bouirri-gue at the home of Mrs. Lowell J. Vetterle on the Monterey Country club, last evening. The rooms were beautifully ; decorated with renumulus and I other spring flowers, and delici- ous refreshments were served the I guests. j Gathered to honor Miss Vet- i terle were Miss Mildred Gafvert, Glen Palmer, Mrs. Vivian Bur-well, Billy Rushton, and Mrs. Ella Vetterlc. Miss K. House Will Leave Sunday For Northampton, Mass. Miss Kathleen House who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. House of SI! Mclntyre Road, is leaving Sunday lor Northampton, Mass., where she has accepted a position as dietician in the Northampton Hotel. She will slop cu route in several eastern cities in the interest of her work. D.U.V. TO MEET MONDAY Daughters of Veterans of the Civil War will ' hold a business meeting Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Veterans' hall. ner for this picture is a hand-picked beauty, at the top of her class, and in constant demand by leading painters, sculptors and photographers. jCollectors Of Garbage Must Pay For Right Supervisors Order Commissions Paid On Rural Contracts Supervisor George Morgan of the Soquel district yesterday criticized "shiftless business" when it was disclosed that monthly commissions to the county were not being paid by garbage collectors in the San Lorenao valley and Branciforte and Soquel districts. At the meeting of the board of supervisors Morgan stated that it was about time to consider appointment of a fiscal agent to keep the books and handle the collections of the county. "We should make a survey of all offices," he said, "and determine whether there Is sufficient volume of collections to warrant appointment of such an agent." COLLECTION'S ORDERED It was said that Louis Davighi and Sisto Rapelli are under agree ment to pay monthly commissions of $18 and $20, respectively, but have failed to do so. Davighi is collector in the San Lorenzo valley and Rapelli in the Branciforte and Soquel districts. The board took action to eliminate the rural garbage trouble. Contractors in the San Lorenzo valley, Soquel and Branciforte districts were given notice to pay delinquent monthly commissions within 10 days or surrender their contracts. Deputy District Attorney Paul Colegrove was instructed to amend the garbage ordinance, which provides for penalty for dumping on roadsides and in areas adjacent to county roads, when he explained that there is no statutory authority in the measure for paying rewards to persons giving information leading to arrest. REWARD PROMISED The supervisors promise a reward of $25, but it is only a posted notice which is not supported by the ordinance. Colegrove said he was also amending the ordinance so that it would apply to dumping anywhere in the county. The district attorney's office was instructed to amend Ordinance 24 4 so that statutory authority may be given for payment of reward for information leading to arrest and conviction of violators, and was furthermore authorized to enlarge the area sub ject to provisions of the measure. Crown-Zellerbach Man Honored At Exposition Affair Crown Zellerback corporation day was celebrated at the Golden Gate International Exposition on Treasure Island today at a luncheon given for the purpose of tendering Louis Bloch his 45-year pin fyfS. -" Soquel Sewer Bids Exceed Estimates Adjustment Must Be Made Before Work Can Start The two bids submitted to the board of supervisors yesterday for the installation of the Soquel district sewer system were above the estimate. Supervisor George Morgan of the Soquel district said there would have to be an adjustment before any work could start. A. Soda and Son of Oakland entered the low bid of $21,898.10. Granite Construction company of Watsonville entered a bid of $25,-731.50. It is estimated that WPA will furnish $42,000 worth of labor and equipment on the project. William D( Conghlin, special representative of the Northern California chapter of the Associated General Contractors ot America, said something new in procedure is being attempted In the, Soquel sewer project, which in effect, "means the contractor Is being asked to assist the WPA and county officials in financing a WPA project." LOUIS BLOCK for continuous service with Crown Zellerbach predecessor companies. Bloch is chairman of the board of the corporation and a director In the Exposition. He gave up the study of medicine to enter the bag plant of the Crown Paper company in San Francisco in March, 1894. Tributes to Bloch were paid by W. R. Mcllaffie, Los Angeles, who wears a 45-year pin and David J. Goldsmith, secretary of boxboard and hoxhoard products. the corporation, who has served , 11 18 l,,e largest producer of news-continuously for more" than 30 paper print on the coast. There years. are approximately 20,000 stock- The Crown Zellerbach Corpora-'holders and an employee census tion has an annual producing ca- of "uot 10, 000. The yearly pay-pucity of 500,000 tons of news vol exceeds twelve million dol- piint paper and in addition owns ,al's. 50 per cent control of Fibreboaid The Santa Cruz Evening News mills which have an annual ca- 's the exclusive local newspaper pacity of about 200,000 tons of customer of the company. John Lantagne, 20, charged with assault, today was sentenced to serve 10 days in the county jail by Police Judge W. A. Deans. The remainder of a six-months sentence was suspended on condition of good behavior for two years. ANNOUNCING Opening of newest, modern BEAUTY SHOP by . . . YETTA JANE LOMBARD t Tuesday, April 11, 9 to 6 Two competent operators assisting. 457 SEAERIGHT AVE. Aid PHONE 3254 HAVE YOU HEARD THE See U hear itl Startling POWER Beautiful TONE with "MIRACLE TONE CHAMBER". Ideal in TRAVELING, for HOME, OFFICE, GIFT. Walnut model, $6.95. Red, Green or Ivory, 50c extra. Model CF-255 AC-DC plays anywhere a, 4" per- manic bpealer Built-in Aerial Illuminated High Ratio Slide-Rule Dial. Th. "STRAO" Model CH-256 5-Tube (7-Tube Performance) AC-DC Superheterodyne in magnificent violin- ihiDd. hand-rubbed walnut cabinet. I $1 a 95 reduced. r Other Emerson Models from $9.9? to $219.95 COX ELECTRIC CO. 159 Pacific Ave. Consultation and Advice Free Fhone: 198-t-J DR. R. V. C U R R 0 W DRUGLESS PHYSICIAN Specialist hi maternity, pelvic disorders, stomach (roubles, bladder and kidney and prostate glund disorders. Registered 114 N. Branciforte Ave. Nurse in Attendance Santa Cruz, Calif. '' -" : ,' '"-''.. ' . " The Sensational FORD MOTIVATORS WILL BE HERE JVL Im RIDES - TALKIES Prizes - Entertainment What a flinw! It, has everything! Rides! Talkies! Prizes. Ileal entertainment! You won't want to miss it not by a long shot. But take our advice. Come early. There'll be a big crowd and we don't want you to be disappointed. NOTHING TO BUY-NO OBLIGATION! fw c& m f f h In! d O 9 DOOR PRIZES EVERYTHING Scoop! See the Famous FORD MOTIVATORS It's hern! A duplicate of the famous) Ford Motivators at the -San Francisco Fair an exhibit that has interested and amazed hundreds of thousands of people. It's yours to see Monday night in our shofr rooms! You won't be asked to buy anything there's no obligation. Drop down and see the Motivators early Monday evening and avoid the crowd. W. J). AIHIMRN Phone 565 Head of Pacific Ave. Santa Cruz Phone 175 3U

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