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Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Bakersfield, California Sunday july 27, 1924 Bakersfield morning Echo three of interest to women of Bakersfield yearly report of county school head engagement of shows an attendance increase of 40012, kit my pupils enrolled in ii e ads Kern s great a boys Predo Minato education machine told at dinner i to Norv observed in the far of fillet nations in the Oil Market. An epidemic of Hoof and Mouli Al vhf Aho and a dry year i Peep a it. The Hundred Page Oftie Ial report made by county superintendent of schools l. K. Reno weft to the state department shows that Kern count huk continued to forge ahead. The growth has been steady and in Home particular reborn a been no marked an to tax the capacity of the Sthool buildings. Certainly no children have gone away from Kern county judging from the report which will he filed next week. The report of the Progress of Kern county achoo it for the Bint year has required the undivided interest of chief Deputy Herbert l. Healy and deputies Belle outer and Olsle Weichelt for the past month and represents a great amount of Quinni King Effort upon their part. Growth is sure a an Index of i he growth of the county the growth of the schools is rather sure except that the juvenile population grows much Luster than the adult Section. Everything indicates that every Public school will be j crowded when the doors swing open in Kip member. Many districts Are an i Uci Pating growth by adding one or More rooms or whole new buildings j a doing the element of Surprise s0cal\ pcrs0nal a pm a i sturgeons Are Back were enjoyed with mrs. A. O. Randol mrs. Thomas Sturgeon and her miss Fern Moon James j. And James Dep t Council feted Here by head official a a a i Quot Niu h0 ,ot1iiymrs daughter Dorothy have returned i w. Moon. Or. Randol and Cecil Rob ii Len Richardson 212s e Street. Trom Mariana Illinois where the entertained last evening at an an were guest8 at the Home of or. Announcement party of Ber daughter mrs Fred Huth. The huts Are Par miss a Villa Richardson whose events of mrs. Sturgeon. While in 1111 gag ement to Harry King inspired the Nois Thev visited other relatives in a event. It was at an elaborate dinner number of cities in the Southern part interesting news to friends of or. Served on the Lawn the interesting of the 8tate. And mrs. Richmond Flatland 306 erts will motor to the mountains today bringing others of the party Back to Bakersfield. A a son arrives news was made known. From the heart of a soft shaded Pink Rose Bud of huge proportions which former the a a a a Mcfarland to return supervisor j. B. Mcfarland motored Centrepiece simple cards telling the to Jack ranch yesterday to bring Back Story were drawn. The Dainty Floral his family who have been passing Sev Motif was traced through table a Oral weeks in the mountains ointments in varied sized Rose Bud a a a a baskets which enclosed nuts and j to los Angeles candies and again in a Trio of Lacy j mrs. J. H. Cooper and mrs. T. D. Ruffled doilies marking each guests i Denio leave today for los Angeles to place. The iced desert which brought enjoy a month s visit a Chicken dinner to conclusion was i a a a a appropriately romantic the heart mrs. Wilkinson to Long Beach bricks matched in design a decorated mrs. William Wilkinson will leave cake of Pink and White. I this week to enjoy the month of a the evening was passed in inspect gust with relatives and friends in the ing miss Richardson s Hope Chest South. J miss Beulah Morton of los Angeles a Sang a repertoire of songs accompanied by miss Katie Mchugh Giuld ing greatly to the guests enjoyment. A a a a party for guest in compliment to miss Hazel Mee chem of Rosedale House guest for d Lawrence e. Chenoweth county superintendent of schools who made 42 visits to Kern a schools besides several Hundred i miss Richardson has lived in bad the summer of or. And mrs. T. S. I Fersfield for thirteen years was Grad j Dible an afternoon party was Given rated from the Kern county Union yesterday at their suburban Home in High school and is now a Deputy Virginia Colony. A Melon feast be county auditor. She possesses a Host sides the usual candies and refresh i of friends who will be interested to Calls on trustees investigations of a hear the news released last evening properties and answers to special summons. He is said by patrons to although the building program is less be Larf la re 1 of iii we a for the sex. This year than Prev oils y Emp Lary a Anditon of the county sys Liere Are now 12 kiddies in the t. Kindergartens maintained in nine Kern county towns As against 1074 last i year but. Only two additional teach 1 hourly 510,000 additional funds from Era have been required owing to the tin state As a result. There were i distribution of the attendance. Kin j 450 boys and 480 girls who graduated c.,.,de Garti n property is valued at s7<, from the eighth Grade luring the a Derly i 1 Poison c Cor a 8 7, Uii ii it Cost ski.244.21 to conduct j year. I ranks Elizabeth Parker Emma the schools of which amount $11,802.70 i the Indian children of the county a Oody of w Oody. B. Do Cli Leona was expended for buildings and at the Are receiving a thorough education i Lac 1 Hoffman s a. Oody close of the school year a Nice Hal Jand in co operation with the county i William Hope w. C. A parcs and a Nee of sir.42u. In remained credit of tin District. -. Boys Lead girls it a it Quot a Quot Usu it Quot a St it it Quot jul let Aud i�?�.11 ice let a a. Grammar schools of tracts Are entered into each year by Little . The county were 1 2.0h7 and girls a Eveni District with the National i with something Over 200 More boys government and the Aid is very a than girls in school. That average septable. Daily a Tendance shows for the coun Busy superintendent an i n it i a i. A e of ill or la is there were 11 children in the coun year with of this amount being in Ita Uei Spiel in All. Oilfield and a number the schools in the. Willingness to Supply Rich. A a a fanning show Pequot of a s cd. Dren we. Attended Rac ent f a / Neudor growths of i last year. In school 1m to 200 of 18cl.o9ls As a result they Are bestow ments was staged in the Cool grape Arbor near fhe House. Games were played during the earlier hours. Guests present included Mattie Olive or. King was a former resident of Kern county but is now associated with an Oil company in the South i Carl Osbourn Pete Olive Carl Olive the wedding will be a simple late Paul Olive Jean Osborn Dora Olive summer event. Those Bidden to share Andje a Gray. Last evening s party were mesdames and mra Dible have just re George warmer Charles Burke Nel-1 turned from a visit with friends in lie Morley j. A. Morton of los an Lons Beach Pasadena Riverside Ruth Baker Bertha Elliott i Redlands and san Diego. 1 a a a Mountain party returning mrs. Albert Moon has returned from Jack ranch where several weeks William Hope a. To the office the. S. Government during misses Beulah Morton Katie Mc-1. The past year contributed .47s.04 to it i Ihu?.h aka Mah my a a pc so la Tler Vej Ilzo Alili blogs Jis an even bigger percentage of a growth i this division of the school i work. A a. I Kern county citizens Are proud of v who had the Dis action o attend.,., their schools and of those who Are about town and says Urli ool ing school for Over you devs. They.,Quot were in the Walker s hash school .avq.tl1t. There were . Children we attended school for 1 a 1 to 2uu Days. ,.1ui in. Mio Init i is in 1 the county . In ,Tiuis iii Ito Ino Lili to is .111.1. ,1. �?z. Liik a priceless heritage upon the boys ,i.,.,., .,.,. I ,.,., schools Umile 4 2 \ sits to tin schools �?�1. A 1 j l Quot Quot Quot ii mi.,. ..,.?z Nyhl a and girls of the county who Are eager .1.,.i i a ii Ioni five of these during the past Jean Iacoi to my to Ine ,.,. Opp ,.ii, i Ltd Quot iii. Noi i m s. A a a a i ,.,.,.,1 Linn to to Ike advantage of the educational schools will be suspended for Lack of registers. I addition to Metal Sun i0.d0rtiillities ..,.,,. Dred visits to trustees property and it it i it Pili inicis.,a i ii or a i i i i expenses Are being kept As Low As women to the number of attending Light and i clings 0, is Wuh Cood business Tirac it it a it .teacher handled of he school and school Organiza cons Sieni w nil Good Cubit Ess prac w it n it men Katie.1 Inna or be tit in the schools. In spite of the this Arm of youngsters and the Tot Al hons. I Quot addition to tin. Visible Nuudi. Additional sunny pm cos As ,1x. ,.u. Of which by the superintendent the various us ,�1 a lie a ens of of Amow s 2 l,4i i.i0 was expended per visors of subjects also visited the the like the expenses of opera buildings Sites furniture and Penna schools Ami checked up the daily nent in ii of Enie iils. Work. A the Itin Kiili i Immar vhf e re Nia Nuen Hining Quot is taught to it was during the preceding year As school for Kern count v a ago he pupils of the upper grades and a Hown by the statistics amour died to �2,1 78,541.1�. This re this work is gradually extending. The port shows that the schools of Kern Al it la take Domestic science in 18 county have been open.1 during the 1 schools of the county and the demand year just closed for ,l0,17s.7s less for this course has also been very than during the preceding year. This marked saving was largely effected in the Union districts chases o f prep a try his uni i county combining Quot 14 separate Eie <2.847.984.15 during the Yea in Addi a Mei itary districts and the work has Kupcis inf indent Che ii Weth sex been very successful in these Consoli pressed himself As particularly pleased dated districts. President Coolidge is with the splendid manner in which a Strong advocate of trim team have worked with the county schools and the movement is grow a div dual cases office during the past Vear to provide ing Over the country. A receives much mail efficient schools and at the same Timo the statistics for the High school the Law places the handling of All administer the schools with the county reveal a very re mar trustee elections the registration of i i Ivy exceptions the various Able growth the average attendance i min0rsl distribution of state Docu May not Brick coloured Cha Minette schools have come through the your growing from 20�8 to 234g, while the Mients upon the of fico of the county with Black Satin skirt and Satin faced Willi a Good balance the total amount total enrolment in Day and evening superintendent of schools and this Seart a. Their credit at the close of the Vear High schools just lacks three of reach vat volume of mail during also a Lovely dinner dress in Brown i g a �6u 357.3 a Quot i a Quot a ave thousand Mark. A the year in addition to regular circus of tin and Ecru lace and just lots of valuable property i the Cost of maintaining All the High liars of instructions manuals report j Quot Mlong models n silk and cloth the total Valim of grammar school schools totalled sl.2m.64u.bl, of which car Duj and other matter which must be. The neat Quot a shoes seemed property is now nearly four million 1 amount $�07.858.71 went for Sites d8trlbuted during the year. I to be a Tan walking shoe banded in Oleander is the Advent of a son Richmond Flatland Junior born at the mercy Hospital thursday. This is the first child in the Flatland Home. The Young parents Are receiving congratulations from Many quarters. A a a week end in South miss Marie Mcewen will pass thu week end in los Angeles. A a a a miss Miller on vacation miss Maude Miller manager of the Hartsook studio Here will enjoy a month s vacation. She will visit in san Francisco the Yosemite Valley and in the Southern cities. Austins in North mrs. O. T. Rustin and her daughter miss Eloise the spending several Days with mrs. Austin s sister mrs. B. J. Richards in san Francisco. Councilman Austin will motor North next week to return with his wife and daughter. Dance successful strange combinations were seen in the costumes aired at a Quot hard time Quot dance at the Beardsley Pavilion last evening. The affair was sponsored by the local Der today chapter and generously patronized by the younger social set. Splendid music was furnished and the dancers enjoyed the Cool Pavilion. The Interior of a barn was closely imitated by an original decoration committee. A a a websters to Waw Ona or. And mrs. Charles Webster will leave Bakersfield tuesday for Wawota where mrs. Webster will Renalin during the month of August. Or. Webster will return at the end of the week. A mrs. Nelson Here mrs. L. E. Nelson who with Lier family is passing the summer at the Whitaker r a n c lion Greenhorn i arrived in Bakersfield last week to re-1 main until saturday. Or. And mrs. Nelson and their son Whitson will i return to resume residence Here in the Early fall. Miss Leiser visits miss Elizabeth Leiser of san fran Cisco is spending a few Days in Bakersfield at the Home of mrs. William department Council of the California Nevada Alliance daughters of veterans were entertained by their president mrs. Ella Heath 2611 k Street at a delightful dinner party last evening following a Council meeting in the afternoon. Cut Flowers decorated the Heath Home in attractive abundance. The hostess was assisted by her sister mrs. Hannah Lowe and by mrs. C. H. Way. Arrangements were completed for attendance of California delegates to a National convention in Boston August 10-14. The special train carrying representatives will leave Bakersfield August 5. A mrs. Carrie Bowen department assistant guide formed a motor party yesterday and escorted the visiting Council members and their hostesses through the Kern River Oil Fields. Others present were mrs. Fannie Medlar past department president of los Angeles mrs. Delia Bishop first Council member of the department of Orange mrs. Martha hones senior vice president of the department of los Angeles and mrs. Mae Moon Secretary of Bakersfield. Chief Temperance officials of county at Fellows meet the county executive of the w. C. T. Of Kern county held their quarterly meeting at Fellows on wednesday july 23. Mrs. Henrietta Anderson of Wasco mrs. Minnie Jacobs of Bakersfield county president presided assisted by county Secretary. The meeting was called to plan work along election lines. The four unions of Kern county Wasco Taft Fellows and Bakersfield were represented. Good reports were Given by presidents of the different unions the report for Fellows Union by its president mrs. Margarett Newby being exceptionally Good considering what a Small Community Fellows is. Annual meeting m. 3. J. W. De Long of Ford City county press reporter for the w. C. T. U., stated that owing to her not receiving any items from the different unions she had not anything to report along her line but she impressed upon their minds that Taft California Box 1011, was her Post office address and to so direct All communications for her department. The general county annual meeting the place and Date of which was left in the hands of the general officers but will probably be held at Wasco realtors Board meets at Tegeler 8�lti��\n� Glen d. Willaman Secretary of the California realtors association was the guest of the Kern county Branch of the organization at a luncheon held at the Tegeler hotel yesterday. The luncheon was the occasion for the discussion of plans for he local realtor Board s participation in the state a convention of realtors to be held dn1 Pasadena in october. Those present at the luncheon were t. Ii. Derby vice president of the Kern county realtors Board Thomas w. Mcmanus vice president of the state Board Leslie Robinson Secre. Tary of the county Board major H. Nichols and other members of the Kern county realtors Board. Or. Willaman will make a tour of Northern California cities. The state convention will be held at Pasadena somewhere around the Middle of october and will be in the nature of a Jubilee Celebration. Long service mrs. Henrietta Anderson the county president has been an Earnest worker in the w. C. T. Ranks for the last 40 years was made Happy by being presented with a life certificate of membership in the w. C. T. U., which came As a gift from mrs. Emily Mccutcheon better known on the West Side As Mother Mccutcheon especially so among the w. C. T. Members As she lived for 30 years at Maricopa. At the close of the meeting refreshments of ice Cream and cake and Watermelon were served to those attending. The Fellows chapter of the w. C. T. Will meet on August 6 at the Home of mrs. Mina Filer on Santa be Hill. Snap Piest Felt hats. There were Doz a Tion of the office of the county super ens of them in Tan and yellow and Linte Dent of schools for the past Green and All the shades you could there Are 20 schools in the county school year was Only $4.23 More than j wish. And some of them had those new High crowns with Little tailored bands. An ail Index of the volume of Busi j and the Lovely new Meadowbrook Ness transacted in Supern esdent a hats had just arrived too. They Chenoweth s office the Ledger shows \ were in the creamy White shades with Luick renewing old acquaintances. At Malcolm Brock amp co. I saw the miss Leiser and misses Freda and that 1g.402 claim warrants were checked audited and allowed with a daily balance carried for 105 school there Are five Union districts in the districts representing the handling of sem trate ele lion to the accounts 217 certificates were issued and with renewals and transfers the certification depart consolidated ment handled nearly a thousand in hand painted effects in Light pastel designs. They were in the medium sizes for the matrons and adorable Little turned up effects for the younger matrons and and then too they were showing very pretty Black velvet hats and the Quot Mary Frances Quot hats from new York were Clever in their severe Sailor lines. And in the department for gowns a new straight line Belless coat dress Elsie Weichelt and miss Florence Mattly will motor to los Angeles and the Southern beaches and return to san Francisco by Way of the coast route where the local Young women will remain for a Short time As miss Leiser s guests. Miss Leiser is a graduate of the Kern county Union High school and now holds a responsible position with the Western Union Telegraph company in san Francisco. # mrs. Withrow Back mrs. J. R. Withrow 2203 seventeenth Street has returned from a several weeks visit in Burlingame. The dollars and is represented by sub 1 buildings and furniture. The amount i superintendent Chenoweth has a than Tiki Well lighted school buildings is about 8150.000 More than was sex Small buteo fic Lent state t0 handle the modern furniture and heating plants pointed during of me will attend the Fresno ceremony the installation of John b. Mcginley As Bishop of Monterey and Fresno which will take place wednesday in Fresno will be the occasion for an elaborate ceremony at which Cardinal Denis Daugherty will officiate. The occasion will be the first time that a Cardinal has visited the san Joaquin Valley. Thousands of visitors Are expected t Brown calf the heels were cuban. A the Chiffon scarfs were adorable preceding year i 1 of the Choo Quot sch the French Blue Pink and in the Raisin City wednesday. A re Aeq ii the Quot school Quot ,��7 i the High schools at the close of the Large that overshadows the work ? caption in the Fresno civic auditorium Fields equipped with physical Educa year Hud a balance of $oo.ias.77 to of a Moat eve fire department of the of Jewelv department i Tion apparatus suitable for the level their credit. County government. Herbert l. Healy. A of the Host of boys and girls building program. Chief Field Deputy handles the office 1 c l a 0,6 Tel ?1 the building program Tor most of Quot and at the very end of my shop j will be the outstanding feature of the Day s events. The new diocese will include Bakersfield and was who attend the Public schools. Much the building Prog an Tor most o jreport8 As we a a3 visits schools to Quot Quot Natch them attention has been Given to the the High schools will he practical it k it Standar i of work mib8 to Matel .e frock. Pro vement of school grounds and completed during the present year in a Weichelt handles the certify fun lot Norv in vol r nurse w school interiors during the past year some instances the Peak having been i c0rre3p0ndence, and miss Quot n l in Quot a. And us a result a Large number of tin Rural schools have the Honor of Lis reached during the past year therep0ktuvi who new ranks a lit in length were 207 graduates trom the High of service on the staff it handies an 0f the accounts for the office and All school districts. The outstanding message one gets from a perusal of the annual Rev tit of the Kern county schools is that they Are growing growing growing playing a certificate showing that school and the school buildings Sites Thev Are Quot Standard Quot or and permanent equipment Are valued the improvement of school property at $2,inc,4 .�4, this being about half has meant the increased valuation of a million More than it was the pre All surrounding property new Resi ceding year. Dents have been attracted Ami com generally statistics Are very dry and unit v life has been bettered. Uninteresting but the figures present-1 hat Fuu am compete service is be it is interesting to know that 320 de in the superintendent s reportage no Keven educationally that the i funds Are carefully safeguarded and of per Ere new too. They were from Hou brigant s and were Dainty Little bottles of Jasmin Floral Quel us Fleurs and Ideal a Advt. Created when the san Joaquin Valley and the Monterey districts separated from the los Angeles territory. Those who will attend the Fresno ceremonies from Here Are N. Mickleberry w. S. Howell Thomas a Mcmanus r. Bertran n. C. Caffery and reverend fathers Phillip Scher and Phillip Denis. Malcolm Brock co. Of the let teachers employed Are i live and pulsating with the Progress i her stale Normal or College graduates and educational advancement of Kern it is til be hoped that every teacher county. The schools Are inseparably in Kern county will eventually be a linked with the destiny of the civic Normal or College graduate so that the spiritual Anil commercial Progress of Best Type of teaching methods and the Community and the big volume training May be brought to the Clil soon to be submitted to the state Audren. Every school even in the Rural thormities assumes the dignity of a Section is entitled to have a trained document of human Progress teacher. Proud of schools attendance Good during the past ton years the popu the length of the school term aviation of Kern county has increased Erugie was increased from 172 to itty Over 45r-, but in the same time the Days in the county schools. But a number of children in grades 1 to 4 few years ago it was 120 Days in Many increased 72 Quot and in grades 5 to 8 instances. Now no school May be Over lf>0 quo while ill the High schools maintained for less than 100 Days. ,0 attendance leaped to 404in the increased attendance for tax View of. The fact that there we no past year Means that the county i kindergartens in Kern county in 1913 entitled to 14 additional teachers for and today there Are 1233 Little Chil the coming year and will receive Loren attending 20 kindergartens there intelligently administered that the schools Are producing results and enjoy the Confidence of the people. The Gold Oxford an eyeglass style especially suited to professional people dignified serviceable stylish. Correct glasses Are As important As Correct diet. A prominent woman from Pasadena stopping Jim. Over the week end at the Hamilton hotel Tegeler said she had never eaten Quot Thompson seedless raisins Quot cooked so Fine and said won t you please ask your chef for the recipe so i can take it along they Are delicious. That helps Bakersfield and Kern county. Will. Mathews res. Manager 15 3 nineteenth Street Bakersfield Kahler says got your hot weather drug needs and toilet articles at Bakersfield drug store phone 42 19th and Eye streets Young women in quest of to Yucna career Are invited to consider the nursing profession a life full of human interest of opportunities for humanitarian service combined with an assured livelihood and dignified social position. The school of nursing of the California lutheran Hospital offers through courses under competent instructors. Excellent living accommodations in new modern fireproof nurses Home. Candidates now being enrolled for fall classes. Write at once for full information. California lutheran Hospital 1411 South Hope Street los Angeles California. Successor to lightening your Burden in two ways if lower shoe prices gift a Little of the Cost of living if foot Comfort and health ease the arduous path one must tread then you Are j justified in buying cantilever shoes this season. The lower cantilever prices Are in effect now. They came this season in spite of a firm leather Market and with no reduction in wages because the ladies and gentlemen who appreciate these shoes increased the sales to a Point where the factory could save Money on overhead expense. No change has been made in Quality. The same Fine shoes the same Comfort and flexibility it lower prices by recommending cantilever shoes to friends by telling of the pleasure and satisfaction found in wearing cantilevers the people who buy them regularly have lifted Many a Burden of foot discomfort. And this has kept the cantilever factory so steadily Busy that the manufacturers and agencies have reciprocated by lowering the Cost of footwear to All who Wear the Man Barber Here now the woman who lakes to have her hair Cut in the latest fashion and prefers to have a Man Barber Cut it should come to our Beauty parlor. Monsieur Bullocks doing wonderful hair cutting and will Joe sure to please. A Mezzanine floor Malcolm Brock co., successor to Hochheimer amp co

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