The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on December 12, 1930 · 33
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The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California · 33

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e !ZIE52112Z5 1:11127 e010441A00560WAVVIA4VAIWAROV 'AV THE SACRAMENTO BEE weA1MAVV44111oVoiVogeAVM444401dZt4OPVMOMIM Ms Peggy Robinson Honored At O E S Chapter Meeting By CLAW& GunuurGAEsIST a background of a tor Moose with Mrs Martha Wise es Winter forest scene Mrs Peggy Robinson the new worthy matron of Naomi Chapter No 36 Order of the Eatitern Star was Presented with gifts after the regular !nesting Wednesday evening at the Eastern Star Temple On the stage in the banquet room snow covered silver pines and shrubbery were illuminated by colored flood lights Small animals were shown L Peering from behind the trees There was PI30 an ornamented Christmas tree Poinsettia and red candies carried out the holiday theme at the refreshment tables Diminutive snowmen were the guest favors Mrs Ethel Melvin sang Break of Day with Miss Helen Rohl aa the accompanist Six little maids dressed in fancy costumes Win-treed in pantomine an original reading by Mrs Belle Preston The committee for the evening which was the first meeting of the new term included Mesdames Amy Hochtritt chairman Lorena Olmsted Marian Ogg Meta Cummings E Lehman Pearl 1130st E Comstock Georgia Gross Charles Morton Emma Rose Edna Briggs Mabel Gillette Clara Bryant Myrtle Woodall Lucy Starbuck Edith Po 'burg Dolce Lightner Misses Hazel Baker and Ida Stauffer Mrs Della Pettit was elected the president of Sumner Relief Corps No II Grand Army of the Republic at a meeting held Wednesday at Memorial Hall county courthouse Others on the staff are: Senior vice-president Mesdames Berta - Maxwell junior vice-president Mel-villa Gould chaplain Anna Mansell conductor Jennie Sanders treasurer Mary J Thomas: guard Emma Betz delegates Ethel Andrews Blanche Hawk Pinkham and Emma Betz: alternates me-lie Buckman Ella Maxwell and Berta Maxwell Plans for a public installation of officers of the Women of Moosehead Legion No 550 LOyal Order man as the senior regent were made at last evening's meeting at the Moose Hall The affair will be held January 8th Mrs Lou Barnes a junior past regent who is the grand installing officer will preside over the cereMons She will be assisted by Mesdames Dolly Steadman as grand installing guide Blanche Hirsch the grand installing chaplain and Bertha Winters the grand installing planist Ten baskets of food will be distributed among needy families during Christmas week by the social service committee of which Mrs Wiseman is the chairman Misses Eula Barnes and Mildred Wiseman have charge of the Christmas party for the families of members on the evening of December 22nd The sewing club will hold a meeting next Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Rose Lucas on V Street Wednesday afternoon Mrs Mary Campbell will be the hostess at her home on Santa Cm Way for the members' of the sewing club and the decorating committee for the January 8th meeting The social hour for the next meeting December 18th is being arranged by the following committee: Mesdames Marie Omnes Louisa Pospisil Ida Pettengill Dolly Steadman and Letitia Madsen Mesdames Pearl Atkinson and J A McAuliffe were hostesses at a luncheon yesterday at the Fallen Leaf Tearoom for the Wimodawisis Club A miniature Christmas tree with red candles at each side and clusters of holly berries were the table decorations A tiny Santa Claus at each place was the individual guest favor Prior to the luncheon there was Meeting of thei board and a general business session At games of bridge which occupied the afternoon hours scores were won by Mesdatnes J H Bligh F L White and W A'Aiderman ' The next business meeting will E ? CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S FELT SLIPPERS-LPadded soles and heels ribbon trimmed and with pompons All colors and sizes WOMEN'S SATIN SLIPPERS—Padded soles and heels —also with covered heels Blue Pink and 95c Black Were 050 to $250 pair Mixed lot of MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS—Padded soles ' and heels Gray- or Brown Were $125 to $175 All sizes 9 A complete stock' of Men's Women's and Children's Christmai Slippers at Moderate Prices Opp Plaza Sale Price 0M0 BRADDocKf S POPULAR pffici 'FAMILY SHOE STORE 908 J St lói baking powder is the' Use K C Baking Powdtr the next time you bake and judge its quality by L results You will Find there is none better —purer or more efficient : ' You save in buying and save In using KC Baking Powder DOUBLE AaING omen's PIMIIIIMINII " - 25 OM'S for 25c BAKU G POlfAJDE local Is II I !lam be held January 8 1931 at the Eastern Star Temple Mrs Clara Henry is the chairman of the entertainment at this evening's party of California Temple No 1 Pythian Sisters at the Pythian Castle Members will be privileged to invite guests An election of officers was the principal business at the Wednesday meeting of Golden State Lodge No 152 Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen The new officers are as follows: Mesdames Dorothy Fellabsum past president Alice Waite president Eutita Locey vice president Margaret Matriklii secretary Pearl Burt trail irer Barbara Riley chaplain: Hazel Harris conductress Viola Baldwin warden Gladys Cullum inner guard Lulu Grass outer guard Ethel Poling pianist Julia Noonan delegate to the Denver convention Pearl Burt alternate delegate and Dr G L Stevenson physician 1 An installation with the Mang lodge will be held at 7:30 o'clock next Monday evening at the Odd FelldWg' Hall The families of the members will be the guests Refreshments will be served The committee arranging for the installation Includes: Mesdames Millie Slauson Eutha Locey Julia Noonan John McGillicuddy Messrs George O'Leary and Fred Locey - S Sacramento Temple No 153 elect ed the following officers at the 1Wednesday evening meeting at the 1Pythian Castle: Miss Berta Hale most excellent chief Mesdames Mary Waiters excellent senior Maud Wilkie excellent junior Ruth Mania's manager Bessie Dale mistress of records and correspondence Anna Cummings mistress of finance Mary Nankervis protector Cora White guard Marguerite Dreman installing officer Josephine Hagan pianist Myrtle Hauschildt trustee and Eleanor Rogers drill captain Mrs Erma Andrews the retiring most excellent chief presided over a class initiation assisted by the drill team of Acorn Temple No 54 of which Mrs Lillian Diese is the captain Mrs Hauschildt was the chairman of the refreshments for the social hour December 17th is the date of the I next session SS Mrs Bruno Kuenneke is the chairman of a bazar and food sale to be held all day to-morrow on 'twelfth Street between J and K for the benefit of the Sutter Stamm No 34 Pocahontas' Daughters of the Red Men The Wenonah Council No 2 Degree of Pocahontas will give a card party at 8:30 P M Monday at the Red Men's Hall Mrs Lottie Patterson is the chairman Mrs Lillian Bardin will preside at a business meeting at 7:30 o'clock The Ninety &rid Nine Class of the First Christian Church will hold its annual Christmas party next Friday night at the home of Mr and Mrs E C Snavely 2676 Tenth Avenue A short business meeting will be presided over by the president W W Beeman after which a Christ-mail tree will provide the evening's entertainment Mrs D D Davis is the chairman of the refreshment committee for the affair MAKE IT YOURSELF 011 A useful gift that a child can make mother or any lady on the Christmas list is a clothes pin apron This apron fastens around the waist has two pleated pockets to hold the clothes pins wIthin reach without having to stoop down to get them when banging clothes out to dry It takes less than a yard to make a clothes pin apron U00 some starch checked or flowered material Make the apron sixteen inches deep with the pockets ten inches deep Each pocket should have a box pleat laid down the middle of It stitched in at the top and bottom This can bulge to hold more pins than a flat one would Gather the apron onto a belt and have tie ends or a couple of buttons and button holes Th latter Is better because there is considerable strain on the string when you dive into the pockets for ono 1 FLAPPER FANNY SAYS: I One hat in a shop la worth two In the hand when you're tired Of them ally Clubs and Feature Page MMEMRgMMWEEN Lingerie Makes A Lovely Gift 0 Vo Out Breathes there a woman with soul so dead who when she wafts a bit of feminine lingerie from its tissue paper wrappings is not eternally grateful? If the giver has not forgotten how to use needle and thread the gift may be made at home—doubling the sentiment or halving the cost depending upon the point of view The really industrious woman can create a nightgown worthy of Paris like the one shown at the left in the sketch This is of satin and a smart note is the bertha collar made of round lace Skirt fulness is obtained by means of four panels joined witih laggotting A belt from each side front ties at the sides Flowered silk voile lends Its charm to the quaint lines Of the second nightgown This has a round neck short puffed sleeves First Business Woman Was Printer Of Books WASHINGTON—M—Who was the first American business woman? Jane Aitken printing books in Philadelphia in 1808 so far holds the honor in the search being conducted by the national federation of business and professional women Other early business women discovered were Mrs Elizabeth Timothy of Charleston S C who took over her husband's printing establishment in 1838 and Mrs Hanna Cole who operated a ferry across the Missouri River in 1814 il Saturday Specials Pastry Dept Chocolate Walnut Layer Cake 30c A dark cake filled with French cream—rich and de-Minus Pineapple Layer Cake 30c Filled with butter cream—a quality layer cake Danish Pastry 6 for 25c Six varietes on tale Saturday—and you'll like them all See Our Adv In Nest Tuelees Bee for Plum Pudding and Fruit Caks Specials Dill "K" St Main 1190 WE DELIVER Omar One Store la Sacramento Next Door to Hippodrome 111 7 Turkeys Chickens Ducks and Geese Dressed While You Wait SATURDAY SPECIAL Fresh Dressed Jumbo 45c Squabs each Small Fricassee lelThs' 50c 2 I" 95c Indoor Miniature POnittr7 Farm Fit Ele DELIWEEN ON WEEK DAVI OPEN LEDA a UNTIL MOON Harrison and Schwartz 122$ 7th Street Main UM 2 If St Market C LAMAS 18th and Y Streets QUALITY GROCEHIZAL MATS VIDGETM3LEA and HAILDWARZ at RIGHT NUM I end a high belt The edges are finished with contrasting binding Even a novice with a thimble an make the crepe de chine pantie in the upper corner Its success depends upon the well fitted top anu the scalloped edges may be finished with picoting binding or a rolled hem Petticoats have been resurrected from the museum and are the very latest feminine fashion since mist-lines are again important The one shown here is fitted at the waist has a pleat for fulness at each side and a shadow panel in the back Pin Seel Coll Morocco Antelope HeniToolell Florentine Blue Green Black Brown Help For The Hostess By PATRICIA KENT I 1 I SOUTHERN RECIPES Here are three typical southern recipes of the type that has made southern cooking a thing of excellence apart Hatter Bread For batter bread which io a great southern favorite one pint of white cornmeal a teaspoonful of salt and half art ounce of butter are needed The meal is scalded and mixed with the salt and butter and to this are added one quart of milk and two eggs The batter is poured into a deep buttered dish and baked in a hot oven until firm and brown It is serve with a spoon from the same dish and eaten with quantities of butter hot Biscuits Baking powder or soda biscuits are generally served with chicken fried or fricasseed Three cupfuls of flour three teaspoonfuls of baking powder and half a teaspoonful of salt are sifted together one tablespoonful or lard is thoroughly worked into this by hand and last a sufficient quantity of milk is added to make a soft dough The dough is rolled and cut into small biscuits which are baked in a very hot oven Soda biscuits are made in the same way with the addition of soda and thA use of buttermilk instead of sweet milk Hot Waffles One cupful of flour one teaspoonful of sugar end salt each and one teaspoonful of baking powder are thoroughly mixed by sifting To this are added a heaping teaspoonful of butter a small piece of lard the beaten yolks of two eggs and enough milk to make a thin batter The whites of the eggs beaten stiff are folded into the batter The waffles are cooked on very hot waffle Irons and served Immediately Home-Made Apple Butter Raises Fund For Church PITTSBURGH--tiP)--Women of the Carnegie Epkcopal ('hutch were discussing fund-raising to obtain money for completing a now $60000 church The answer was apple butter The women went about 'heir business on a large scale Large kettles were obtained and placed In the yard of one of the members and many women gathered to egoist in the operations After much stirring tasting and fire building the net result was gallons of apple butter with a "home-made" label—and it found a ready sale AVilfb4iVAWeilMWe014YA6GOVAdoWfd105Ari Z:M2Z2ZZ!Z Your Baby And Mine ------- R IV RTI MVIIVR FTIWWfl 3olvlavicbd K at Seventh Sacramento Mrs Eldred will be glad to anhWer all questions pertaining to babies and children A stamped and self addressed envelope for warded to this office will bring a personal reply TOO YIELDING AND TOO STERN PARENTS ACHIEVE IMPERFECT RESULTS If placid mothers have placid easily managed children the an-1 swer Isn't hard to find for placid individuals are seldom capable of extremes of temperament or of disipline The child who is subjected to too rigid a discipline or who never knows how his inconsistent parents will act becomes the little dynamo of naughtiness Ruth is the only child of a middle-aged mother who has given up hopes of ever having a family There was nothing for which this child wished that wasn't given to her almost before she had formed the wish Both father and mother have denied themselves to insure that the child's clothes her pocket money and her schooling have been on a par with all of her associates no matter what their station in life The consequence Is that at ten years she is without gratitude or even a sense of values She is tempered rude demanding deaf to her mother's requests selfish in the extreme In fact she hasn't at the moment one characteristic that would make her a lovable child Child Not To Blame No one blames the child for she has never suffered in any way for her behavior If she speaks in ill-tempered manner her mother rebukea her and the next moment is kissing and ambracing her saying "She didn't mean IL" She knows her mother for the soft yielding creature she is and one often reads contempt in her eyes She can always turn the mother so easily for she is always so ready to make excuses for the girl The teachers say she is ideal in school She knows well enough that such tactics would not work with strangers Daniel is quite the opposite Also an only child he Is a model at home and a demon at school Ile has somewhat elderly and stern parents who demand the kind of perfectIon frotn their son that is Impossible Every move he makes—and every move is watched--le corrected "Now Daniel you left your ham1 mer in the kitchen T have taken Open Until 6 O'CLOCK Until Christmas Shop Where Your Dollars Help Others A part of every dollar spent here from now until Christmas will go toward helping the Unemployed in our City 5 of all our sales from now until Christmas go to help this cause A Special Purchase of BAGS Ideal for Christmas Gifts 695 Values to $1750 Only because of our close touch with the Eastern Market are we able to present such a remarkable opportunity Each bag in this collection is distinctive new and smart A gift tha6 will please any woman The Assortment Is Not Largo 125 Bags We ingest early lielections Underarm and pouch bags in unusual shapes handsomely lined attractively mounted and clasped are in eluded Wrapping Service Each gift will be attractively boxed and wrapped in a ho1 iday manner Friday December 12 1930 By MYRTLE MEV Ell ELD RED Handkerchiefs And who does not have Handkerchiefs on her Christmas list I We take particu lar pride in the large and varied collection we have assembled for your approval 25c to 695 Handmade linens in white color combhtallona and solid colors lace trinuned wood blocks and Appease' net trimmed and band embroidered Silk sports handkerchiefs In all the gty colorings lovely chiffon dance handkerchiefs embroidered and II1C45 trimmed AIM) an elegant collection of men' s handkerchiefs handmade and hand embroidered 411n5 g Le 'sure Slippers A complete and diversified collection of exquisite slippers Beautiful COWings unusual designs 375 485 It away and you can't have it for a week You must learn to put your tools back in the box" Too Good Tran "I found mud on my clean rug Daniel You must have brought it In I've laid all your shoes out and you can clean and black them and take the rug out and sweep it You must learn to wipe your feet before coming in the house" Good training carried too far Not a grain of humor or a bit of comprehension of children The result! Daniel takes out on his helpless schoolmates the rancor he dare not show at home without severe punishment He pinches the girls he lies in wait for tnem and trips them be steals their treasures and runs away with them gleefully He cuts ants in two carries the cat screeching by its tail throws mud on the school windows His sense of fair play has been blunted by his dictatorial parents He reacts by vicious treatment and meanness toward those weaker than himself And they sigh poor things and reiterate how good be is at home and go on resignedly doing their duty Up lomat s Wife Wears Sable 'With Lace WASHINGTON--41—Mr5 Henry L Stimson wife of the secretary of state v at a rncent garden party wore a lane gown of sapphire blue with the skirt made in tires Her hat was of thin black straw and she wore it sable scarf about her neck kopociohy Raked for Saturda7 CHOCOLATE FUDGE end CHOW CHOW CAKES soe and 6 5t Largo tolsortineet et French Danish and Italian Pastries French and Dinner Roils TWICe Daily 325 to 1250 Two Special Items Black satin mules with solar 1 lui kid D'Orssys boudoir slippers iutd mules la many colors Fancy leather Pajama Slippers and beautiful leathered mules ' A05 SOO PRag " FOR OV 040 ARS outo for 25c DAM G POtAIDER r AMENIEM 1 r :IA !IIII i! j! 111111011111N1 1 ii iiL i IiIIN: t—P 1!!! 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