Clipped From The Bakersfield Californian
Omicron Kappas Eschew Social Life for War Work Omicron Kappa sorority, organized In I'.US to do war work, has returned to Its primary put pose and has mem- ber.s active in almost every phase, it was reported today with the open- Ing of a new fiscal year. New offl- \ ccis announced today are headed by ] Mrs. George Blmul ua president, Mrs. James Walton as vice-president: Mrs. Lindsay Pryor, secretary, nnd Mrs. ; AVjiller Stevenson, treasurer. I Instead of bridge and other social activities, the sorority Is devoting Its meetings to knitting and sowing for the Red Cross. .Said to be the only charter member still with the group ' is Mrs. Harry Rlnker. The nororlty now has !!'> members, but some are inactive and fosido In other sections. Since Pearl Harbor the group has spent HITS knitting hours and has ' 1 completed 100 garments. I 1 Tho entire group has completed a i > first-aid course and four have com- i pleted a home-nursing course under i the auspices of the lied Cross. There , are three air-raid wardens In the i group and five are steady workers i at ^tho Ked Cross bandage room. i Two members are serving on tho air- I filler station nnd six have taken full- 1 tlmo job.-* In business. Among the members of the group are Mosdames Walter Wlekershnm. JnmoM Walton, Charles Wickorshain, Karl Stiiytbe. Virgil Voting, Qulinby Taylor. Lindsay Pryor, l,ce Craip. Leslie Robinson, Henry Mack. John Loiistnlot, Walter Stevenson, Gerald Hay, Harry I'tlnker, John Heard and George [tlmat.