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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - November 4, 1933, Bakersfield, California TMF, BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1933 rwx rn V. F. I WOMEN Delightful Surprise Honors Retiring President at Kaminski Home In lint' with the annual custom of Harold Brown Auxiliary. No. 146?. Veteran# of Foreign Wars, a party was given in honor of the retiring pre.*ideut. Mrs. Harker Cunningham, recently at the home of Mr. and Mr a W alter Kaminski on Quincy Drive. Mr. Kamin*ki, newly-elected commander of th*- post, assist et! Mrs. Kaminski in receiving Al! guests-w i re present when the honoree arrived. As she had been informed tin evening was to he spent in an audit of the books, -he was entirely sur prised. A gift was presented a- Mr* Robert Fowler, retiring secretary pre -anted an original poem based on highlights of the term just closed Assisting Mrs. Kaminski with re freshmen* were Mrs. \ D. Mumbo. past president and Mrs. Charles Kelley. newly-elected senior vice-president Mr- Harvey llarrelson newly-elected president sketched plans for joint installation services with the post November IS Those present were Mesdames Harvey Ham leon. A I*. .Munden, Grace Brown. Tout frowns. J. J Proyley, Charles Kelley, Earl Smith, I K. Fie-nor. Ii ll Brown, C. I' Martin, Mateo Smith. Morris Reefier, S t'. Harroti, F. M Sterling, Clarence Miller. fee Bryan, George Ingham, Rub-. rt I Fow ler. W. I,. Farrell, G. R Stevenson, Fred Mend. R. R Green. J VV Deem.-, James Turoski, Rodney Monroe and Stanley Ruby. ♦ *♦ Cantor Halevi to Sing at Synagogue i autor Naftalt Halevi of Santa Monica will sing Sunday evening at 7 30 o clock at (I'Val Jacob synagogue. Cantor Halevi is well known in the west for his interpretations of Hebrew ecclesiastical music. A free-will offering will he taken. lh, proceeds to go to the Rabbinical college of Jerusalem, the most Important seminary of Its kind in the world and now suffering from lack of funds. The public is invited to attend -* - ♦ — Canton, Auxiliary Entertain at Party Mrs .I Bruce Hayne opened her home, 2311 Nineteenth street, to members of the Canton and Auxillary and their friends for a card party recently. Prize* were won by Mrs. P. A. Murray. Mrs. Vera Smith, Mrs Georgia Deeds, Mrs Gladys Owens, James Egan. Frank Klnyon, C. A. Peterson and Ralph Bates, for scores, and Mrs. Norma Austin, special prise. The next party will be November ft at the home of Mrs J. D. Portnefl, HUS Monterey street. Lackawanna Group Plans C ard Party Bai saw anna Council, Degree of Pocahontas, entertained recently at a card party at Moos* hall. Prises w ere von by Mrs. Minnie Jacobs, Mrs B. Adams, and Miss Calla: Messrs. II. J. Jarrell. VV M. O’Brien and IM Mc- < Mean, for scores and Mr- Maud* < ’hapman, a special prize. DAD S” COUNCIL The tallier s council of the local high school P. I- A. held a short ■ petting meeting for the 1033 - 31 session recently with IT In attendance. Don H. Sutton, 415 C *treel presided and William lf. Neill officiated * x secretary Herman A Spindt. principal of the high school, the Rey William K. Patrick. Mr. Hicks and others joined in lining up a subject to be discussed at the first teal meeting which will he held in the Music building on the evening of Tuesday, November 7 at S n. rn. The subject of a roundtable discu#-sion will he "Value of Education in Our Present Social Unrest." AU fathers, guardians or those interested in the pupil are cordially in-\ - ted t., attend Tuberculosis I n it to Honor Welfare Leaders Locally The Kern County Tuberculosis Association will hold a dinner meeting Wednesday evening. November 8 at the Padre hotel in honor of Or. R. L. Cunningham, president of the California Tuber-cutosis Association and W. F. Higby. executive secretary. A history of accomplishments will be given and Doctor Cunning ham and Mr. Higby will speak on the national and state work. Mrs. W S. Liebendofer. president of the local association, will preside, and Dr. A. E. Schaper, of Stony Brook Retreat, will act as toastmaster. All friend* of the association are invited; reservations should be made with Mrs. T. C Austin, 4950. or Mrs. Liebendofer, 4449-M. An interns! ing fashion story was told last night when the (’.amma Kappa Phi -sorority members were hostesses at a style re'ue and bridge party on the fashion floor at Brock's Department Store. Mr- Pearl I,ane was chairman of the fashion exhibit, and Monroe Homer, merchandise manager, acted a- master of ceremonies Model- were Misses Velma Barrett. Velma Harris, Barline '’otter, inn Anderson. Florence Spawn, Ruth Emerson. Marjorie Collins, Mrs Louise Mlekelberry urn! Alice Speare. Assisting Mrs. Bane were Miss Fae Humble and Mrs. George Higgins. Prize- at the bridge tables were won by Mrs. J C. Waller and Miss Eleanor Johnson in contract and auction bridge, respectively. L'nusual trend- In trims, and fascinating new colors, parked the merchandise modeled from the downstairs department and fashion floor. One of th*- outstanding modes was a hood and cape of black chiffon velvet, modeled by Miss Cotter Thi* was a copy of a garment worn by Katherine Hepburn In the recent screen success, "Bittie Women.” Another bright spot was the -flowing of a trio of ski suits of brilliant woolens, modeled by Miss Garrett, Miss Emerson and Miss Cotter Daytime and evening frocks ranging from embellished to classic were displayed, the former using soft. drapy effects and supple lines, and the latter a slim youthfulness. Legion Auxiliary Plans for Armistice Members of the American Legion Auxiliary Sewing Club. together with the VV E. VV . Auxiliary -hared a lecture-, ami demonstration 'by Miss Evelyn Healy, Milwaukee. Miss Healy, an interior decorator, is In linker field in the interest of the Pittsburg Paint Company. The lecture was given at Legion hall.    • A meeting followed in the evening for members of the Legion auxiliary, at which final plans were made for part tcipating In the Armistice day program The progress of plans for a bazaar and turkey dinner was reported. The event will take place at Legion hall December 9. Several members will attend a county council meeting Sunday at Bellow*, with the glee dub furnishing a portion of the program. Patterson Speaks at Moose Loci ire The Moos* lodge held its regular meeting Friday night with Robert T, Patterson, state president of the state opanization, and Supervisor Charles VV. VVimrror, us speakers. The "Dare Devils" from the Pioneer Mercantile Company television broadcasting station entertained the men’s and women's lodges with dance after the meeting The second degree of the Moose lodge will hold a meeting at Goaling ! tonight Twenty members from here will attend. There will he lodges represented from all over the San Joaquin valley and a class of 25 new members rill be initiated. CAMP FIRE GIS IO ENTER PARADE To Present Throe Floats and Motor Contingent in Armistice Pageant The Lump Eire unit of the Armistice day pa rad*' was discussed at The recent meeting of the Bakersfield Camp Fire Ona-diana’ Association, in the Camp Fire office. 2117 ll street. Ml-s Garnet Wood was appointed chairman of the affair and will he assisted by Miss Eloisc Harris Three decorated floats and a group of autos to carry th*- Camp f ire girls will form the Camp Fire unit. Report Presented The final report of the sucres- of th* second annual Camp Fire-Mer-ehants’ exposition held last «e*-k-end by the Camp Fire organization and local merchants, was made by Mrs. E. J. Semmes, general chairman. A -pecial vote of thank- aas expressed for the assistance in the affair g.ten by local merchant.-wand other organization*. ^T'hnse taking part included Mlnner's Furniture Company, VV ingates. Crners, Pioneer Mercantile, \. Weill, Auburn McFarland Motor Company, Krauter’- Nursery, Peacock Dairies. Teakwood Dairy, Kimball and intone, Harry Coffee. E. H. *'lare. Sholar and •‘■'bolar, Kern County < ’ha in ber of Commerce. Pell's Grocery, McMahan's Furniture Company. Elks Flub. North of the River Association. Sea Scout Troup Legion del Mar, and Poy Scout Troup 7. The proceeds from the affair will bp divided among the Camp Etre groups . taking part. The groups who will receive a share in the gross receipt* include Fipxl.-iwa, Abolla Manta, Erie-loki, Nawakwa, Watuhlye, Walohi, Tawas!, CM yuk wa, /Chonta, Tingtata, Le-wa, lvakitatina. an*! Mapeyahto. Talk on Decoration The test of the evening was turned oxer to Miss Edith Healy, home decorator from the Pittsburg Paint Company, who gave an interesting talk on the interior decoration of homes, by the use of paints und drapes - —- Appreciation Day Observed by Church Church appreciation day will be observed in the 2000 churches of tho Nazarene tomorrow. The Rev. E. J. Newell, pastor of th* local Church of the Nazarene announced. Denair features of the history of the church will be emphasized on this second silver jubilee anniversary celebration Sumiay. The official beginning ol the church was 25 years ago at Pilot Point. Texas. Since then, the church rolls have grown to contain more than IOO,-OOO names, with about 3500 ministers, and foreign missionary work extending around the world Progrc-s at tattled in th* quarter century covers a wide field, now operating 2000 churches scattered throughout the United States and Canada. MUSIC IS ARRANGED .•special music arranged for Sunday at the Trinity Methodist church will include at the mony ag service, "Great Is the I (Ord" < Lorenz I, by the choir; "What a Friend" iConeuse). bv a trio composed of Walt r Snyder, George Borgwardt and Mrs Harry Binits. The evening music will Include Song by the < Noir, "A Song of Thanksgiving ' < LighthilD, with Miss Martha LaBrier, accompanist. I SOC I AL Experienced Players Leads iii Cast of “As Husbands Go CLUB of Love Triangle Basis Plot of Clever Three-Act Cometh’ \%    -    go flitting about Pu rl rope i pursuit of pleasure bu- bands stay home and ke*R* the home fires burning At least this is tho supposition that Rachel Urothers y»i»t -forward in "As Husbands Go,” the three-act comedy that will open the Bakersfield L’ommunity theater next Tuesday night at the local high school auditorium. Change Triangle When wives are away it is commonly supposed that husband* play. hut not the faithful husband Charles I Robert Powers* in " Vs Husbands Go.” It is bis wife Lucilo <Marion de* >w > w ho is the fickle half of tho family, reversing the usual reading of the love triangle. The third member of the triangle is Ronnie (Donald Galbraith i, a young English poet who follows hi- enchant reus to her home in the middle west. How the love triangle is eventually solved forms an interesting and humorous evening of entertainment. The local cast is holding its final dross rehearsals Sunday arid Monday. Miss I ie 'en who i- playing the part of Lucite has had wide experience In local amateur dramatics. She appeared in school productions, and played a maiden aunt part in "Love in a Mist,” a mature role. She next played another auntly role as "Lady Rraeknell in "The Importance of Being Earnest,” presented under auspices of the community theater, and later, a small part as a hello In "Michael and Mary." She reverted to another character part as one of the old maids in "Quality street," but turned into a wickedly-gay and winsome charmer til the leading role of "Let Us ll*' Gay." As Lu* lie, Miss I ie* 'ow is (note serious, but still a charmer. Robert Powers who is playing Hie part of < 'harles, made his stage debut as a sergeant in ‘’Quality Street." and was one of the suitors in "Let Us Be Gay." Mr Powers’ progress has been steady and his role in "Aa Husbands Go" in bis first full-length part. Donald Galbraith has played numerous- roles for the Community theater. having appeared in "Quality Street." "The Swan." "Michael and Mary," an*! in “Mrs Bumpstead-l.eieh." Poth in "Quality Street” and "The Swan," he was the unrequited lover and this tradition apparently follows him on the stage fur as "Ronnie." the poet, he again goes off with a broken heart. Mr Galbraith appeared in local school dramatics and later was prominent In the Stanford Little Theater In Europe he was connected with the English Gesllsohuft Fur. Lustseiten of Munich, Bavaria. Many good seats are still available and season ticket* may be procured froth Donald Galbraith or Robert Powers or any member of the I'ora-munlty theater board headed by Aaa *'. Dimon as presidents Performance ticket* will be sold at the box office at the high school the evening of the play. W C. T. U. BOARD Members of th** executive board of the Kern County IV. C. ?T, U. will meet Wednesday morning at IO O'* lock at First Congregational church. with Mrs. W J. Schultz presiding. B. P. W. C. Book Section Slates Reviews Monday Mrs. Asa C. Dutton will re view "Mandoa, Mandoa." Winifred Holtby, and Miss Miriam G itley will discuss Maurice O’Sullivan’s "Twenty Years of Growing." when the book section of the Business and Professional Women’s Club meets Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The session will be held in Me moriat ball, on the second floor of the courthouse, and is open to all interested women, whether members of the club or not. HANIS' [[AGUE Twenty-one women gathered at the home of Mr* I,. G Helm. 212? Twenty-first street Friday afternoon to sew' for the Infanta’ Friend league. V report was made on a benefit party earlier In the full, at the home of Mr* tv T. Crutcher, 725 C street. Two new member* were taken Into the league, and much work for the needy accomplished Mr- Seymour IT. Robinson presided. The next cession will be December I at the home of Mrs J D. Bradley, 270b Sunset avenue, with Mrs. Robinson as eohosteas. Attending were Miss Mary Buss and the Mesdames A. E. Thedaker, T F. Burke, Irving Cohn G. A. Reynold#, L. tv flawier, J. tv. s. Painter. 17. tv Rraddon, T. F. Hanley, 'J. It. Morris, L. G. Helm. Fred Burch. William Patrick, Mildred Vowers. A. ll 'Johnson. Sam Lynn. D N. Mill*. S. ll Robinson, ll if Shultz and Miss Adeline Shultz Burlesque to IU* Produced by Class "Comical Country Cousin" I* the title of a highly amusing burlesque to be presented by the Royal Women’* Class of Oildale Congregational church, November IO, at Standard school. The production, expected to be the greatest hit ever scored by the Oildale women, is being directed by Mrs, \N illiatn Earley. Ticket* are priced at 15 and IO cent*. Several of th** "antor*" haxe appeared in previous home talent productions successfully. Th* comedy is being presented for the benefit of tin, building fund of the church. Men’s Brotherhood Program Success The Brotherhood family night lichi sit the First Methodist church was a decided nieces* according to those who attended the pot-luck supper and program beld at the First Methodist cliur* h. Alfred Slemon was the chief speaker of the evening on "The Place of the Brotherhood in the Church.” The play, "Missionary Arithmetic,” presented by the women of the missionary society was received with great applause. FOR STUDY ONIE Shakespeare ('.lull Loud lidos Work on Ile^r\ V ti I I .midiron Mooting Approaching their review - from va rfous angles, several member* of the Shakespeare Study Club entertained the group Friday iii connection with a luncheon at the home of Mn D. \\ Wells, I kin; Twenty-sixth street. Miss Olivia Hedlnger added a brief* discussion of "Paternity in Shakes pence" by Quiller-Uoueh. and "True History of Shakespeare Sonnets," by A It Douglas, and MI** Beth Dye outlined several books of the last two seasons. Mrs. M J Meadows introduced the speaker* The meeting wa* a J* > i ii t session of the Mary Arden and Susanne Hall sections. Mrs. It E. Sftllady, president of the Mary Arden '-eof Ion. commented on the moral complexion of Henry V and spoke of hi* frank, human trill;-, clo* lug with a review of hi* wooing of Katherine. Interesting Comments Mrs J. J. Fagan summarized his admirable charact eristics and < ailed attention also, to tho**' that might be unfavorably criticized. Mrs. Don Lucas gave a short < bar act - r sketch of Fluellen. Jam' and MucMorris a* they represented Scotland, Ire and Wale*, and pointed out what these characters add to the play Mis Hugh Smith spoke of "the boy" calling attention to the fact that Shakespeare created hundred* of unnamed characters, the boy in Henry A’, being one of the remarkable ones. Mr*. Meadow* added ii contrast tho plays of Hamlet and Henry V, stress lug th*- point that the former Is ii psychological study of thoughts and emotions and the latter. Shakespeare’* idea of England’s greatness and the hero-king. Miss Hedlnger spoke of the frequency in literature of women characters who are motherless, or the daughter* of weak, simple mothers, B'iet Outline* Miss Dye commented on "A* the Earth Turns." Gladys Hasty Carrol: "Mutiny On the Bounty." Nordhoff and Hall; "The Art of Being a Woman,” Olga Knopf; "House of Exile," Eleanor Wain; "Science of Fife," Wells, Wells ami Huxley; "Little Man, What Now ?” Hail.- Fall-ada, and "Both Your Houses," by Maxwell Anderson The next meeting of Mary Arden chapter will be November IT at the home of Mrs, F. W. Worthhoreet; Susanne Hall chapter will meet November 16 at the home of Mrs. Fltze Both sections are beginning Pie study of "Much Ado About Nothing.” O. K. S. Chapter Clefts Officers Monday Keening Annual election of office** and a report on Grand Chapter are planned for Monday night s meet mg of Bakersfield Chapter, No 125. Order of the Eastern Star. at the Masonic temple Mrs. I W. Doughty. Jr . will report the Grand Chapter sessions; the meet mg is the first since the Long Beach gathering Other special business <s planned according to the officers, who are urging a full attendance -= SINGS BEFORE CLUB SUNDAY SERVICES IN LOCAL CHURCHES A Nom Miniature Kuropean-Style Kodak With f.4.5 Lens, for $19.50 Heres the greatem miniature camera lilly of all tittie the new model Kodak Vollenda with f.4.5 lens. for $ 19.50. Vol ietida's En (J swings down and the bellow s extend at the push of a button read.' in a flash for instant action:    The fast I* ns and capable Pronto shutter assure good -snapshots in poor light give you sixteen splendid I 3-16x1 9-16 inch pictures from a roll of No. 127 film Ask to see KODAK VOLLEN DA. 1.4.5 Kimball & Stone Th* Particular Dru.giiU Phone 53    Phone    54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY BakerafteJd, Calif, First Methodist Episcopal Church Truxtun Avenue From G to ll Streets C. S. Reynolds, Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a. rn.; morning service, ll o’clock Text. "Lest We Forget." Special music. Evening service, 7 30 o’clock. This service will ive featured by a play ti, ne given by two young men, "The Unknown Moldier Speaks.” Elwyn Rude takes the part of the "Unknown Soldier" and Glenn Tanner the part of tile minister. Children's church for ail of the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh grades, meets in the ladle-' parlors of the education building. Three Epworth Leagues mec-t at 6'3'.' t>. iii., junior high. high school and college, a special series of meetings will h* started tonight on "Should We Become Church Members." Mid-we* U prayer service, followed by meeting of flu1 church school hoard St Paul’s Church (Episcopal) i 'orner Mevente<«nth and I Streets The Rev William I' Patrick Rector Twenty-first S mid ai after Trinity, servicer a* follows:    s a. tit.. Holy Communion: 9:45 a, rn., church school; 11 a. rn,, Holy Communion and sermon by the Rev. William E. Patrick Meeting* next week: Monday at 6:3" • p. rn. turkey dinner for the men of the parish. Bishop I. *' Sanford, leaker. Tuesday at 7:30 p. nu. Church ag •• Wednesday at .1 lh Tm, St. Paul's Guild; Wednesday at 7:3" p. im, choir rehearsal;: Wednesday at H p. in., St Margaret * Guild; Saturday at 9 a. rn.. Holy Communion for the women of the parish, the day of prayer sponsored by the National Woman's Vuxiliary of the church. Church of Christ Eighteenth and G Streets. Eagle* Hall Porter Norris. Minister Residence 1519 Nile* Street Sunday school, 9 45 a. rn. Morning service, ll o'clock. Text. "For our gospel came not unto you in word only hut also in power and in the Holy Ghost." Evening service. 7:3" o'clock. at Eighth and I streets. Advent Church. Text. "Who have fled for refuge to lay hold upon the hope set before us." Evangelistic .services will continue each evening at 7:30 o’clock until November 19. at Eighth and I .street*. Concrete Burial V aults, $60.00 Made from specially treated r.teel, re-enforced concrete, and so constructed that they do not deteriorate, but improve with age Thev carry a one hundred - year, as well a- a waterproof guarantee. This  —,—T,    is    the    protection    you    desire , --AMs* W"    "    '    . J at the price you can afford See your local funeral di rector or visit the factory V\*e invite your inspection. Phone 130—Bakersfield ED HELM Monument and Vault Dealer At the Cemetery Gate Umty Truth Center 172'' Nineteenth Street Della .Shute*. Leader .Sunday school. 9:15 a. rn. Morning services, ll o'clock; Emerson School, room 24. Gra-pe vine Sunday school January residence. General Petroleum lease, 2:30 p. rn. flood Words Booster nub. Grapevine, same address, Tuesday. 4 p. rn. Christian healing cia*.*, Monday. ,x p n. ,    2207 Park Way. Christian Business ('lull meets Friday in tile gold room of El Tejon hotel at 7:30 a. rn., for breakfast. Office at 1729 Nineteenth street. c A S H WICKERSHAM CO. WE BUY OLD GOLD AND SILVER FOR CASH Nineteenth at "Eye" First Congregational Church Seventeenth and G Street* Rev. A. S. Donat, Pastor At 9:45 a. in. is held the Sunday school for children, young people and adults. Ph Boden na meet at the same hour. The Friendship class, M. F. Wilcox, leader, is for the adult Bible study, At ll o'clock Is held the inurn-an "im) Sunday” with cordial greeting for all. Sermon subject. "The Imagination of Religion," followed by reception of new members and Communion- The young people's organizations meet at 6:30. Evening serv ice at 7:30. Very; special; Dr 17 A Schaller, supe Tint *>ndent of Stonybrook Sanitorium, will give a stereopticon talk on "Tile Prevention and Cure of Tuberculosis." Questions will lie answered at the clos* of the address. First Church of Christ. Scientist Eighteenth and C Streets First t’hurch of Christ, Semi,list. of Bakersfield, a branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass., conduct* services on >£u inlays at ll a. rn. aud at X p. hi. The Wednesday evening meeting at S o'clock include* testimonies of Christian Science healing. . Munday school convenes at 9:30 Sunday morning.* for pupil* up to the age of 20, and at ll o'clock for pupils un- 1 der 12. Th*' public is invited to • njoy the privileges of the Reading Room maintained lo tho church at No. 5 -ii    Arcade, open daily from lo . a rn. until 9 p. rn., except Wednes- I days, vvhen it closes at 7 p ny, and; except Sundays anil holidays, when it is open from 2 p. rn. until 4 p. rn. The subject for Sunday'* Lesson-Sermon ’ is "Adam and Fallen Man.” Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church <'orner Niles and King Ernest B. Cole, Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a. nu Morning service, ll o'clock. Text, Dent. 31:12. Lev ally campaign. "God's Call and Our Duty. Epworth Leagues at 6:30 p. rn. iii three fine meetings. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Special evangelistic service* Text. Rev. 3:20, subject, "Behold' I Stand at the floor and Knock.” Th** High School Epworth League ha* charge of the first 30 minutes of this service, beginning at 7:30 First Baptist Church Truxtun Avenue Between I. and M Streets Rev. Frank < *. Bolden. Pastor Sunday school, 9:40 a. rn. Morning service, ll o'clock. Topic, "Th*- Summon.* to a New Departure.” Evening -ervice. 7:30 o'clock. Topic, "Marriage Not a Necessity." n. V P. U. meetings at 6:30 p. rn. Midweek service, 7:30 p. in. Special music The Lord's Supper will be observed in connection with tim evening worship. First Christian Church Sixteenth and I Streets Charles H. Hulme, Minister Bible school at 9:45. except men s "99" class, which meets ait 9:30. Sermon and communion at .0:45. Subject. “Church Union of Christian Unity.” Christian Endeavor Societies at 6:30, with sermon at 7:30 p. in. Subject, "The Cities of Refuge " First Presbyterian Church Corner of Seventeenth and H Streets Rev. John Murdoch, Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a in. A * las* fur ail ages. Morning service. II o'clock. Theme, "Remembrance Day.” Text, Isaiah m>.12. Evening service, 7:30 o’clock. Devotional, "The Earth I* the I (Ord'#." Text, Psalm 24:1. Junior C. 17.i    Int*    nnediate#, 6:15. Seniors, 6:3". World Friendship , ; . ... lnencing on Sunday th* Beginner*. Primary and Juniors at 11 o'clock, tho I ntermediates 6:15, Senior - 6 30 and tile Adult* with the World Friendship Class. 6:3d Devotions and general assembly iii the church auditorium 7:3d to S:30. Monday night, banquet, 0:30 Special speaker, Dr. Ezra Vail Nay s of San Francisco. Prayer meeting on Wednesday night, 7:30, Church of the Nazarene Fourth Street and Chester A v * que Rev. E. J. Ewell, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. ii Mrs. Florence IlendricKSon, superintendent, 'Morning service, ll o’clock The pastor will bring the message. I have set the f(Ord alway* before me; because he i* at my tight hand. I Quill not he moved. I '*n lins I *; * Young People * meeting. 6:30 p. rn. Even!Mg service. 7 'hi o'clock T < x t. Roman* 5:12 As a special feature of th*' silver jubilee anniversary program I ti is week w ill h*' observed a . a •.* *"*k of pray er. ' the w eek from 7:30 to 8:30 o clock at til*' church. La Job* Club Members of la* Jolie Bridge Club met recently ut the home of Min* Theresa Kelly, *4017 Forrest street Mr#. William Aalii! and Mn*. Richard Spawn were special guest*. Prizes were won by Mi** Blanche Mat heron and Mrs Richard Spawn. MT** Ma til -emu has Invited th* girl* to her home for their next meeting Member* include Mesdames Frank L. John- Ku*e*-d Petti* drow    Lew Perrlcorne Chaldee Sage Misses— Theresa Kelly Dorothy Spawn Reba Boring    Jewell Wad* Blanche Math- Dorothy Albaugh eron    Mary Hor * « 0 Dance Committee Meets Plans for a dunce November 1> at Hotel El Tejon were made when th** Miercohs Dancing Club committee met Thursday night ut the C. V. Bedeen home. The function will be held, a* ti*uuI tit Hotel El Tejon Attending the committee meeting were Edw in J Sy mines, president, and Mr* Kymmo*. Dr I G Zimmer, secretary, and .Mr- Zimin*, r. and Messrs and M* 1    I I' Burke, <'. V. Redeem A lf Ti* ck. 17 lf Mel* enhehner, D .I Ut tier and *' It Porter. Mrs. Kibbe Visiting Mr#. Ilarnu,n Kibbe of Berkeley is a guest for the week cml of Mis* Eunice I' che lo. 21"1 Eighteenth .street. Mr* ! Kibbe, remembered a* Mi** Catharine Smith, was a popular member of the music department of tho local high school before    he"    mat r* fig* a    few go, Gurrs Away Mr and Mr* George W * lure are attending tile    football    games in    the ■ nith timI;    * At Pasadena Mr, a ml Mi    11    U    I ■    ■ ■ . i ■■ i    ■ ' • guest t Ii 14 w,    cl, at    the    Constance ho t cl, Pa sad* na Richard skinner, well-known blind tenor, wa* th** gue*t artist at the first of a series of musical program# to he held bv the hoy s' glee dub of th.- local high school. ■ emeiiT.rr tm.ftEItiy Mr. Skinner sang "Lassie *.f Mine" and "Absent," ami at hi* request the entire chih sang four numbers, including "The Winter Song,' "lh>un*l Up Lu! laby," "Home on the Range” and "Mosquitos.” Other number* on the interesting program Included a duet number, "I Love a Little Cottage," sung by Sylvester O'Connor and Bill Griffis. The Blue and White quartet, including Sylvester O'Connor, Robert Rude, Bill Griffis and 17*1 Tiemnan, sang the "Night" and "Roll 'Em Hone*." Stanford Jackson. * lub pianist, accum panled all the number*. The object of the weekly programs, !,.* explained by Miss Ruth Morgan, director, Is to teach the students breath control, enunciation, posture and other fundamental# of singing by watching others perform. All*.* Morgan expect* the members of th** dub to gain mud! benefit from the series. Mis Ray van Doozer, student at Mill* College, was present at the meeting of th* boys’ glee dub yester-1 day. During the short busine#.* meeting preceding tin* program, the dub uniform w a; discussed. A committee including Robert l’yle, Rill Word and Ed Tlenman was appointed to select the uniform ti*. It was decided that the usual uniform should lie worn on Informal engagements and dark .suits would he worn on more formal occasion*. Further action will he taken next week. Amaranth Needle Club Plans Party Plans, wet# matte for a card party Friday, November IO. at S o’clock tit ti'.- homo "f Mr- charles C Rum Ip the Curtis trad, when members of the Amaranth Needle Club of Bakersfield Court. No. 32, met ut the home 'if Mrs. Elhi iVeyertnuth 1805 Orange street. Five hundred .and bridge will he played for prizes. Refreshments will he served Additional Information may be had by telephoning Mrs. Ross. Program to lip Presented at Church Monday Night; Violinist to Assist Franc** Chamberlin 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank «'hatnb*rhn. will be presented in a piano recital by her teacher. Mrs Claude Bradford Monday evening af the First Christian church, located at sixteenth and f street* The program will begin at 8 o', lock. The publi is Invite*! The young student pianist is begin ning bel fourth year of piano study and possesses unusual musical ability according to th"**1 who have heard lier perform. She will he assisted on the program by Timothy McDonald pianist. 1 The program will be a# follow* Part I Papillon (Lege>. At Even tide (Siirtorlo), Springtime in China * Rention I, Part ll Idyl (F.r.gilman). Ring Out sweet Bells iJohnson). Valse Caprice | < h ern I. i Part HI Violin soh** A Dream I Bartletts, The Deserted Garden i Price>, Timothy McDonald, accompli riled by Miss Chamberlin. Part I V—Poupce Valsante t Boldine A Fountain Ret in Flowers (Wei*** heyeri, Souvenir tDrdlaI. FRATERNAL A. U. S. W. V. Party Women of the United Spanish War Veteran!*’ Auxiliary will entertain ut the second of a series of parties in community hull. Oildale, tonight Mn. Mollie I’ersel is general chairman, and Mrs, Dora Cooper, hostess. Prize# and refreshments are planned:    the public is hidden. Canton and Auxiliary The Canton and Auxillary, I t). *»# F., will meet Monday night it the home of Mr. and Mr* J. D Porttiell. 1015 Monterey street, to nominate office!* for the ensuing term. Mrs Kate Salyer and Mr*. Carla Harms will assist Mr.* Bortnell Supper to Follow Party Women of the Moose will entertain at a free card party ut Moose hall Monday evening at S o’clock, fol-■. . in supper. Th* lie lia* been cordially bidden < • ♦ PLAN MUSIC sp. • at music at First Presbyterian church Sunday will inciudt chou, morning "The American* Conic ' *oio, "There I* No Death” (O'Hara*, Mrs. J ti. Putlrn Evening, solo, se lect cd. .Merrill Caldwell. Organ. morning "Iii Chapel" (Beckeri: "Offertory,” (Ballatt); "Re-‘ cesslonul" • Johnston). Evening, "Ber cense" * Jai nfcin: "Arabesque" < Kai ga ll-iff I; and UBcUcili Hon" < Smith • DB. rn m NUYS Honoring Dr. Lr*-a \ Nan Nuy*. I'. P.. pastor of Calvary Presbyterian church. San Francisco, and modera tor of the synod of California, a ban quet will be g ven Monday night at Fir*! Presbyterian church. Doctor Van Nuy* is one of the important churchmen of tile coast and I* con stdered one of th** most distinguished guests of the church this season The dinner at 6:3<t o'clock will be served by the Women'* Missionary So defy. Messages at tho table will b» given by Mr* France# E. Bancroft Pacific ■ oa*t secretary of the board of National M lesions, and Rev Phillip Payne, synodical executive for the synod of California Following the dinner a popular meeting will be held In the auditorium of th** church, with Doctor Van Nuvs us true speaker, A cordial invitation has been **!• tended to the general public, Evangelistic Meet at Adventist Church Tomorrow evening at 7:2" o'clock Church of Christ. Eighth and I streets, will inaugurate a series of evangelistic meeting*. Porter Nor ria, formerly of the Adventist church in Fresno will preside Sunday night He is said to be well informed on the Bible. Service# will be held every evening until November 19 TO REPORT PARLEY Ii it. Long will present ti report on a conference at Santa Monica re .•entry’, when the Federated Church Brotherhood meets Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at First Methodist church M, P. Fliektnger will rex i, w an eastern flip from which he recently return..! All int. rested men are Invited. «-«- TO HOLD LUNCHEON Muguiideu Home Department is an I noum iiig it* monthly luncheon Novem her x ut Mugund* ti hall, with Mr* Ii. A Spindt a* chairman of arrange*, mein Mrn. Al *' Burkei and Mr* \ ll. Hoagland will receive reserva lions Calvary Baptist Church Corner Kern and Niles street All >ert T. Douglass, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. All Ii Y P. C.H meet at 6:30 p. rn. Morning *ervice, ll o’clock. Sermon by the pastor Theme. "God's Challenge to i 'hriBtians and Our Consecration to HI* Will.” Evening service, 7:30. Subject. "Sinful Alliances Broken." Business conference Wednesday evening, 7:30 o’clock, for the of hearing and appro'lug the r* port of our trustees in regard to ti:*' purchase of church property. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints King and Monterey Streets John S. Bunting, Br* sident Munday school. IO a in. Priesthood meeting Tuesday, 6:46 p. rn. Young men's and young ladies' M. I A. meeting Tuesday evening at 7 30 o'clock. Primary every Saturday at 2 p. in St. John's Lutheran Church Corner Twentieth and C Street*. Eoui.* A. Kucffner, Pastor Sunday school und adult Bible class. 9:30 a in. All classes meet in the church hall on C street, between Nineteenth and Twentieth street*. Bible class taught by the pastor, Divine s- rvlces at 10:30 a. rn. Trinity Spiritualist Church W. O W Basement Hall Rev. Mary Kralce, Pastor Phone 5Mh Message service Sunday. 2:30 und 7:30 o'clock. Class at 5 o'clock. Text, James 1:12. Divine bealing by Mrs. Edna Dixon given at all meeting#. 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