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   Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - November 4, 1933, Bakersfield, California                                THE BAKERSFJELD NOVEMRER 1933 8OC1 Delightful Surprise Honors llctiring President at Kumiiiski Home In llnu with the annual custom of Harold Drown Veterans of Foreign u party was given In honor of the retiring Marker rcuenlly at the home of nnd Waller Kamlnskl on Qutncy newlyelected com mander of the assisted Kamlnskl in All guests were present when the honoree ar As she had been Informed the wcnlnc was to be spent In an audit of the she was entirely sur A gift was presented ns Robert retiring secretary pre sented an original poem based on highlights of the term just Assisting Kamlnskl with re freshmonts were punt president and Kel newlyelected senior vlccprest Hurvey Harrelson newly elected president sketched plans for joint Installation services with the post November Those present were Mesdames Har vey Grace Tom Charles Earl Miileo Morris Clarence Mil Leo George Rob ert Pred James Rodney Monroe and Stanley Tuberculosis Unit to Honor Welfare Leaders Locally The Kern County Tuberculosis Association will hold a dinner maetlng Wednesday No vember 8 at the Padre hotel In honor president of the California Tuber culosis Association and executive A history of accomplishments will be given and Doctor Cunning ham and Mlgby will speak on the national and state presi dent of the local will and of Stony Brook will act as All friends of the association are invited reservations should be made with or FIRE GIRLS 10 ENTER PARADE A Wf 1 1 m Cast of As Husbands I To Present Three Floats und 1 Motor Contingent in Armistice Pageant The Camp lrlre unit of the Armis tice day parade discussed at the recent meeting of tlio Bakcrsfiold Cnmp Fire Guardians in the Camp Klrc 2117 H Miss Unmet Wood was appointed chairman of the affair and will be as slsted by Miss Klolsc Three decorated floats and a group of autos to carry the Camp Fire girls will form the Camp Fire Report Presented The final report of the success of the second annual Camp FireMer chants exposition held lustweekend by the Camp Fire organization and lo cal was made by general A special vote of thanks was ex Cantor Halevi to Sing at Synagogue Cantor Nnftaii Halevi of Santa Monica will sing Sunday evening at oclock at BNal Jacob Cantor Halevi Is well known In west for his Interpretations of Hebrew ecclesiastical A freewill offering will bo the proceeds to go to the Uabblnlcal College of the most Impor tant seminary of Its kind In the and now suffering from lack of The public Is Invited Auxiliary lintertain at Bruce Payne opened her 2311 Nineteenth to mem bers of the Canton nnd Auxiliary and their friends for a card party Prizes were won hy Mur Acra Georgia Gladys James An Interesting fashion story wan told last night when the Gamma Kappa Phi members were hostesses at a style revue and bridge party on the fashion toor nt Brocks Depart ment Pearl Lane was chalrmnn of thc fashion and Monroe merchandise acted as master of Models were Misses Aelma Aelnm Enrllne Ann Flor ence Ruth Marjorle Louise Mlckelberry and Alice Assisting Lane were Miss Fae and George Prizes at the bridge tables were won by AValser and Miss Eleanor I Johnson in contract nnd auction Unusual trends In and fasci nating new marked mer chandise modeled from the downstairs department nnd fashion One of the outstanding modes was a hood and cape of black chiffon vel modeled by Miss This was a copy of a garment worn by Katherlne Hepburn In the recent j screen Little Another bright spot was the show ing of a tro of ski suits of brilliant modeled by Miss Miss Emerson and Miss Daytime and evening frocks rang ing from embellished to classic were pressed for the assistance In af fair giten by local and other JThose taking part Included Mlnners Furniture Com Pioneer Mer Auburn McFarland Motor Krauters Peacock Dairies Tcakwood Klmball and Harry Sholar and Kern County Chamber of Bells McMahans Furniture Elks North of the River Sea Scout Troup Legion del and Boy Scout Troup The proceeds from the affair will be divided among the Camp Fire groups taking The groups who will re ceive a share In the gross receipts Include Aboha Frle and Talk on Decoration The rest of the evening was turned over to Miss Edith home deco rator from the Plttsburg Paint Com who gave an Interesting talk on the interior decoration of by Love Triangle Basis of Plot of Clever Three Act Comedy i WHEN wives go flitting about Eu rope in pursuit of bands stay home and keijp the home fires At least this Is tho supposition that Rachel Crothers puts j forward in As Husbands the j threeact comedy that will open the Bakersfleld Community theater next Tuesday night at the local high school Change Triangle When wives arc away it Is com monly supposed that husbands but not the faithful husband Charles Robert Powers In As Husbands It Is his wife Lucllo Marlon deCew who Is the fickle half of the j reversing the usual reading of the love The third member of the triangle Is Ronnie Donald Gal a young English poet who fol lows his enchantress to her home In the middle Section Slates Reviews Monday Asa Dimon will re view Winifred and Miss Miriam Ontloy will discuss Maurice OSulllvans Twenty Years of when the book section of the Business and Professional Womens Club meets Monday evening at 8 The session will be held Me morial on the second floor of the and Is open to all Interested whether members of the club or GIVEN Vlllkll rnn pTiiny JIMIT Sluikcspcurc Club Concludes Work on Ilcyry V at Luncheon Meeting j INFANTS LEAGUE Approaching their revliws from va rious several mombprs of the Study Club entertained the group Friday In connection with a luncheon al tho homo of 160G Miss Olivia Undlnger added a brkH f discussion of PnUrnlty In Slmkos peare by and Tmo History of Shakespeare by and Miss Beth Dyo outlined snveral books of the lust two Meadows Intro duced the The meeting wan a Joint session of tho Mary Arden and Susannc Hall Chapter Elects Officers Monday Evening Annual election of officers and a report on Qrnnd Chapter are planned for Monday nights meet ing of Bakersfleld Order of the Eastern at the Masonic will report the Grand Chapter sessions the meet ing Is the first since the Long Beach Other special business IK planned according to the who are urging a full CLUB the use of paints and effects and supple and the lat ter n slim solved forms an Interesting nnd hu morous evening of The local cast is holding Its dress rehearsals Sunday and Miss DeCew who Is playing the part of Luclle has had wide experi ence In local amateur She appeared In school nnd played a maiden aunt part In Lnve In a n mature She next played another nuntly role as Lady Brncknell in The Importance of Being presented under aus pices of the community and a small part ns n belle In Mi chael nnd Sho reverted to another character part as one of the old maids In Quality but turned Into n wickedlygay and win some charmer In the leading role of Lot Us Be As Miss j neCow Is Vnore but still a j Robert Powers who Is playing the i pnrt of made his stage debut I as a sergeant In Quality and i was one of the suitors In Let Us Bo Powers progress has been i steady and his role In As Husbands Go is his first fulllength president of the Mary Arden commented on tho moral complexion of Henry V and spolto of his human clos ing with a review of his wooing of Rtrhartl wellknown blind was tho guest artist at the first nf a serins nf musical programs to bo hold liy tho hoys glee club of the local high Skinner sang of Mine and Interesting Comments Pagan his How the love triangle Is eventually Twentyone women gathered at tho admirable characteristics and called home of Twentyfirst street Friday afternoon to sew for the Infants Friend A report was made on a benefit partly earlier In the at the home of 725 C Two new members were taken tato the and much work for tho needy Seymour II Robinson The next session will be December 1 at home of 2700 Sunset ave with Robinson as Attending were Miss Mary and the Mcsdamos Irving Rey Han attentlon to those that might bo unfavorably Don Lucas gnve a short char acter sketch of Jamy and MacMorrla as they represented Scot Ire and and pointed out what these characters add to tho Hugh Smith spoke of tho boy calling attention to tho fact that Shakespeare created hundreds of un and at his rciiviest the en tiro chih sang four Including Tho Winter RoundUp Lul Hume on the Range and Other numbers on tho interesting program Included a duct I Love a Little sung by Syl vester OConnor und Bill Tho lilno ami White including Sylvester Roliort Bill Grlffls and 13d sang the Night Song und Uoll 15m Stanford club accom panied nil tho Tho objoct of the weekly TO GIVE RECITAL Program to Be Presented at Church Monday Night 1 Violinist to Assist Frances 12yearold daughter of and Frank will be presented In piano recital by her Claude Monday evening at tho First Christian located at and I The program begin at S The public Is The young student pianist Is begin j nlng hoi fourth year of piano study land possesses unusuiil musical according to those who have heard j her She will be assisted on the program by Timothy Tho program will be as follows 1art At Even tide Springtime in China Iart Ring Out Sweet Uclls Vnlso Caprice A Dream Tho Deserted Garden Timothy accompa nied by Miss Pan Valsanlo A Fountain Set in Flowers Weiss Souvenir Fred Mildred AVIIllam Sam Shultz and Miss Adeline named the boy In Henry explained by Miss Ruth being one of the remarkable Is to teach the students breath posture and other fundamentals of singing by watching others Mltis Mor gan expects the members of the club j by Appreciation Day Observed by Church Church appreciation day will be ob Uonnld Galbralth has played num be presented by the Royal Womens served in the ilOOO churches of tho I ruus roles for thc Community thca class of Olklale Congregational Comtcal Country Cousin is the title of u highly amusing burlesque to Meadows added a contrast tho plays of Hamlet and Henry stress ing the point that thc former Is n psychological study of thoughts and emotions and the Shakespeares Idea of Englandls greatness and the Miss Bedlngcr spoke of the fre quency In nf women char acters who are or tho 1 daughters of simple Brief Outlines j Miss Dye commented on As thc Earth Gladys Musty Carrol Mutiny On the Nordhoff land Hall The Art of Being a of of Wells and Huxley EZRA VAN NUYS Honoring Ema Aan pastor of Calvary Presbyterian Sail and modera tor of the synod of a ban to gain much benefit from the Miss Kay van student at Mills was present at the nicotine of the boys glee club yester During tin short business meeting oiiu of the most distinguished preceding the Ihe club milI nf rhurch this form was A committee In The at oclock will be Hobcrt Bill Word and hy thc Womens Missionary So quet will be given Monday night at First Presbyterian Doctor Van Nuys Is one of the Important churchmen of the coast and Is con Olga Knopf House Eleanor Wain Science Xazarene the pastor of the local Church of the Nazarene Certalr having appeared The and In In Quality Michael and Bumpstcad Novomber at Standard little What Now Hans The expected to be the Maxwell Andc I and Doth Your features of the hlHtory of ihe church I3oth In Quality Street greatest hit ever scored by the OIK next meellns of Mary Arden Legion Auxiliary Plans for Armistice Members of thc American Legion will be emphasized on this second sil ver Jubilee anniversary celebration The official beginning of the church was 25 years ago at Pilot Since the rolls The he was the unre rlllle Is being directed by i chapter will be November 17 at the I qulted lover and this tradition apparI I home of Worthhorost I cntly follows him on the stage for as Tickets arc priced at 15 and 10 Susanne Hall chapter will meet No i the he again goes off i vember 10 at the home of with a broken Galbralth appeared in local Several of thc actors have ap Uoth are beginning the party6will 9 I Jure and demonstration by Miss Eve nt the home of I Milwaukee M iss an 1015 Monterey Lackawanna Group Plans Card Party Lackiiwiinna Degree of entertained recently at a card party at Moose Prizes were won by Minnie and Miss Galla OBrien und Ed Mc for scores and a special Maude Interior Is In Bakersfleld In the Interest of the Plttsburg Paint The lecture was given at Legion A meeting followed in the evening for members of the Legion at which final plans were made for participating In the Armistice day The progress of plans for a bazaar and turkey dinner was re The event will take place at Legion hall December Several members will attend a county council meeting Sunday at Fel with the glee club furnishing a portion of thc have grown to contain more than dramatics and later was prom 000 about 3500 I tn the Stanford Little peared In previous home talent proI study of Much Ado About and foreign missionary work extend ing around the Progress attained In the quarter century covers a wide now op ductlons The comedy being presented for I crating 2000 throughout the churches scattered United States and In Europe he was connected with the i bencflt of building fund of the t T ot oat t on English Gesllschaft Lustselten of Many good seats are still available and season tickets may be procured from Donald Galbralth or Robert Powers or any member of the Com munity theater board headed by Asa Dlmon as Performance j tickets will be sold at the box of Mens Brotherhood Program Success MUSIC IS ARRANGED i tickets be at the box of TheBro Special music arranged for Sunday fleer at the high school thc evening of nt the Fi it the Trinity Methodist church will the decided su nclude at the morivjng Great attended t at Ir Is thc Lord by the choir AVhat a Friend by a trio composed of Walter George Borgwarut and Harry Tho evening music will include Song by the A Song of Thanksgiving with Miss Martha La Jolie Club Members of lii Julie Bridge Iluli mot rwently ai tho home of Miss j The Brotherhood family night held Theresa Forrest nt the First Methodist church was u jlrs willliini Aslln and Richard i Ed Tlenman was appointed to select uniform It was decided that tho visual uniform should bo worn on Informal engagements and dark suits would be worn on more formal ocia Further actlun will be taken next Amaranth Needle Club Plans Party I Plans were made for u curd party j November at S oclock at j the home of Charles Ross In the Curtis when members of j the Amaranth Needle Club of Dak ersflcld met at the i home of Kiln 1805 I hundred und bridge will be played for Refreshment will j he Additional Information may be had by telephoning ccess according to those who Spawn were special Pilues FRATERNAL Messages at the table will bs given by Frances Pacific coast secretary of the board of National and Phillip synodlcal executive for the synod of Following the dinner a popular meeting will bo hold In the auditorium of the with Doctor Van Nuys as tVe A cordial Invitation has been ex tended to general Evangelistic Meet at Adventist Church Tomorrow evening nt oclock Church of Eighth and 1 will Inaugurate a herles of evangelistic Porter Nor formerly of tho Adventist church In Krcsno will preside Sunday Tie Is said to be well Informed on the Strvlcns will bo held every evening until November the potluck supper and proj WOI1 by MlMM Blanche Miuheron BOARD gram held at tho First Methodist j Alfred Slemon was the chief Members of the executive board of j speaker of the evening on The Place of the Brotherhood In the The Missionary presented by the women of thc mls society was received with great the Kern County will meet AVednesday morning at 10 oclock at First Congregational with Schultz pre 1 DADS COUNCIL The fathers council of the local i school held a short opening meeting for the 193334 ses sion recently with 17 In Don Ito C street sided and AAilllam Nelll officiated i meeting Friday night with Robert Patterson Speaks at Moose Lodge The Moose lodge held its regular as Herman principal of the high thc William Pat Hicks and others joined in lining up a subject to be discussed at the first real meeting which will be the state president of the state and Supervisor Charles as The Dare Devils from thc Pioneer Mercan tile Company television broadcasting station entertained the mens and womens lodges with dance music after Reid In the Music building on evening of November 7 at the S I Thc second degree of the Moose The subject of a rouudtnble discus lodge will hold a meeting at Coallnga sion will be Aalue of Education In i Our Present Social All Twenty members from here will There will be lodges rep guardians or those inj resented from all over the San Jonquil lerested In tho pupil are cordially In yitfil to valley and a class of 25 new members ivlll be SUNDAY SERVICES IN LOCAL CHURCHES and Richard Mtss Math eron has invited thc girls to her home for their next Members Include Frank John Ifllis Grow Lew Perrlcoruu Charles Sage Dorothy Spawn Jewell Wade Theresa Kelly Roba Boring Blanche Muth eron Dorothy Albaugh Mary Hoi First Methodist Episcopal Church Truxtun Avenue From G to H Streets Pastor Sunday morning 11 Lest We Special Eve ning This service will be featured by a play to be given by two young The Unknown Soldier Rude takes the Elwyn part of the Un A New Miniature EuropeanStyle Kodak With for Heres tho greatest miniature camera buy of alt new model Kodak Vollenda with for Vol lendas bed swings down and the bellowa extend at the push of a button ready in u ffash for instant The fast lens and capable Pronto shutter assure good snapshots In poor give you Hixtcen splendid 1 316x1916inch pic tures from a roll of J27 Ask to see KODAK Kimball Stone The Particular DrucwsU 53 Pkont 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY known Soldier Glenn Tanner the part of the minister Childrens church for all of the sixth and seventh meets In i the Indies parlors of the education Three Epworth Leagues meet 1 at junior high school and A special scries of meet ings will be started tonight on Should We Become Church Mid week prayer followed by meet Ing of thc church school board First Congregational Church Seventeenth and G Streets Pastor At Is held the Sunday i school for young people and Phllodeans meet at the The Friendship J Is for the adult Bible At 11 oclock Is held thc inorn First Presbyterian Church Dance Committee Meets Plans for a dance November 10 ut Corner of Seventeenth and H Streets j Hotel lil Tcjon were made when the John Pastor j Mlcrcoles Dancing Club committee Sunday A class for all Morning 11 Isaluh cloclt Remembrance Evening The Earth Psalm 2 homo of and 1015 Monterey to nominate of ficers for the ensuing Kate Salynr and Carla Harms will assist Supper to Follow Party Women of tin Moose will enter tain at a free card party at Moose were Edwin Monday evening at S fol Women of Inltert Spanish War Veterans Auxiliary will entertain at Ihe second of a series of parties In Community Mollle Persel Is general and Dora and refreshments aro planned the public Is TO HOLD LUNCHEON Canton and Auxiliary i Mugunden Homo Department is The Canton and t nounclng its monthly luncheon Novem will meet Monday night at the S at Mngunden with Mrs TO REPORT PARLEY Long will present report on a conference at Santa Monica re when the Federated Church Brotherhood meets Sunday afternoon lit 3 oclock at First Methodist Fllcklngcr will review an east ern trip from which he recently re All interested men are In met Thursday night at the Ro dccn The function will be as lisuul ut Hotel lil Attending the committee meeting Spindt us chairman of arranger Parker and llougland will receive reserva Ing This Is an Invitation Sunday with cordial greeting for and j lowed by a cafeteria Thu pub lie has been cordially Pauls Church Episcopal Corner Seventeenth nnd 1 Streets The AAilllam Rector Twentyfirst Sunday after services as follows S Holy Communion church school U Holy Communion and ser mon by the AAilllam Meetings next week Monday at First Church of Scientist Eighteenth and C Streets First Church of of nnUacuflnUl Tllrt Mnthpri rUIIUJt I of Ihe Mother Church of the Nazarene Fourth Street and Chester Avenue Pastor Sunday i iMKiiiuuuLII remembered us Miss Catharine j Offertory Re was u popular fncmbcr of the ccsslmml Ber music department of the local high cense Arabesque Kur school before her marrunge few I ganoffi und The First Church of In conducts services on Sundays at 11 and at 8 The Wednesday evening meeting at S oclock Includes tcsti turkey dinner for the men of I monies of Christian Science tho Bishop Sunday school convenes at Sun speaker Tuesday at Church day mornings for pupils up 10 the age Service League Wednesday at I of and at 11 oclock for pupils un Pauls Guild AAednesday at der The public Is Invited to enjoy i p m choir rehearsal AVednesday at i the privileges of the Reading Room I 8 Margarets Guild SntiirI maintained by tho church at 5 day at 9 Holy Communion for open dally from 10 the women of the the day of i until 9 except AVednes praycr sponsored by Womans Auxiliary of the National the Concrete Burial Made from specially treated reenforced and so con structed that they do not but Improva with They carry a one as well aa waterproof This Is the protection you desire the price you can See your local funeral di or visit the invite your ED HELM Monument and Vault Dealer Phone At the CemeWy Gate Church of Christ Eighteenth and Eagles Hall Porter Minister Residence 1510 Nlles Street Sunday i Morning 11 For our gospel came not unto you In word only but also tn power and In the Holy Evening at Eighth and I Advent AVho have fled for refuge to lay hold upon the hope set before Evangelistic services will continue each evening at oclock until November at Eighth and I Unity Truth Center 1729 Nineteenth Street Delia Shu Leader I Sunday Oi4D Morning 11 oclock Emerson room Grapevine Sunday school January General Petroleum Good AVords Booster same Tues 4 Christian healing 8 2207 Park when It closes at 7 nnd except Sundays and when It Is open from 2 until 4 Thc iubject Morning 11 The pas tor will bring the I have set tho always before me bo causo be Is nt my right I shall not be Psalms Young Peoples Evening Uomans As a special feature of the silver jubilee anniversary program this week will be observed as a wetli of Prayer meeting each evening during Ihe week from to o clock ut the years Gurrs Away and ieoiKi attending tho football south Olun games In are thc At Pasadena and Maoombcr were guests week at tho Constance i is for Sundays Adum and Fallen Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church Iorncr Nlles and King Ernest Pastor Sunday Morning 11 Loyalty Clods Call nnd Our Kpworth Leagues at in three fine Eve ning Special evangelistic Behold I Stand at the Uoor j und Tho High School Ep worth League has charge of the first 30 minutes of this beginning at Calvary Baptist Church Corner Kern nnd Nilcs Streotn Albert Pastor Sunday All meet at Morning 11 Sermon by the pas Hods Challenge to Christians and Our Consecration to His Evening Sinful Alliances Business conference Wednesday eve for the purpose of hearing and approving the report of our trustees In regard to the purchase of church 8 2207 Park Christian Business Club meets Friday I Not a In the gold room of El Tejon hotel at I meetings at J for 1729 Nineteenth Office at H WICKERSHAM WE BUY OLD GOLD AND SILVER FOR CASH Nineteenth at Eye First Baptist Church Truxtun Avenue Between L and M Streets Krank Pastor Sunday Morning 11 The Suin oils to a New Evening Mar Midweek serv Ppeclal The Ixirds Supper will be observed In con nection with the evening First Christian Church Sixteenth nnd I Streets Charles Minister Illble school at except mens Church of Jesus Christ of LatterDay Saints King and Monterey Streets John President Sunday 10 Priesthood meeting Young mens and young ladles i meeting Tuesday evening at I Primary every Saturday at I 1 i Johns Lutheran Church Corner Twentieth and C Streets Louis Pastor Sunday school jtnd adult Bible All clauses meet In the church hall on C between Nine teenth and Twentieth Blblo claas taucht by the Dlvlno services at Southern Hotel FRENCH CAFE Special Sunday Dinner Full Course Turkey or Roast Duck or 7fi Cut Steak il Chicken Fricassee or Belgian Hare Dinner Prepared by First Class Chef Week Plate Lunch ALL YOU CAN EAT VAN METER CAREFUL DENTIST You receive the same service at much lower We employ an oxport man In our 1421 Nineteenth Street Across From Wellls Phone 175 MOSS BEAUTY PARLOR Permanent Waves of Distinction All Lines of Service 1713 Eighteenth Street Phone 500 Trinity Spiritualist Church 99 which meets git Basement Hall mon and communion at Mary Phone oHli Church Union of Christian Christian Endeavor Societies at with sermon nt Thc Cltloa of Message service und J nines Udna Ulxon given at all Class at 5 Dlvlno healing by WEEKLY RENTS A Electric Refrigerator Washing Machine FREE DELIVERY Rental May Apply on Purchase Don Preston Nineteenth and H PEKIN Chinese Herb Have you uvcr been sick And wanted quick AVo have herbs to remedy every Idnd of Como und let us help you Office Hours 9 to 7 ia07 TAvcnticth Street Phone 2325 Porter Norris Evangelist for the Church of Christ Slarti a ut SpecUl Evaniicllitlo Meetings Tomorrow November a at Adventist Church Building Eighth and Eye Streets Prenchinfl Every Night at From November 5 to 19 EVERYBODY WELCOME ACCORDION BAND Free Rehearsals Accordion Players Inquire Phillips Music Now Open for Business UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Good Coffee Shoppe 917 BAKER STREET 60c 5 to S Special 40c Noon and Evenings A la Carte at All OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ANNA Proprietor   

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