CHROMAN, Christinia, TBC 10/18/1962

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CHROMAN, Christinia, TBC 10/18/1962 - Activities of Kern County PTA Organizations...
Activities of Kern County PTA Organizations Enrollment Under Way Membership enrollment of Beardsley PTA is receiving good response from parents •' and friends as it enters its second second week, according to Mrs. James King, membership chairman of the unit. Those who haven't joined as yet are reminded that the membership membership if 50 cents for one and ?1 for both parents. Theme of the drive is "Get Into Orbit and Join Beardsley PTA." Faculty members have joined 100 per cent. Family Strength," John"' Loustalot Loustalot on "Pornography Dec. 18, 7:30 p.m., Christmas program; Jan, 22, 7:30 p.m., combined meeting with Standard PTA's, Miss Anne Petersen will direct a Follow State Theme "Focus on Family, Faith, and Freedom" is the theme selected for the school year, according to .Mrs. Doyle Latta, first vice 'president and program chairman for Highland-Wingland PTA. Mrs. Darvin Shultz, president, welcomed welcomed the board members at a recent meeting. • - < Other programs; selected iaclude: iaclude: Oct. 23', 2 :o6 'p.m. "Picture Yourself in the PTA", the annual annual membership tea with the executive board as hostesses; Novi 27, 2:30'p.m., "Focus on Feb. 26, 2:30, "Faith in the Future", Founders's Day, under the chairmanship of Mrs. I eland Newton; March 26, 2:30, "Focus on Education", Education", featuring students from Highland School; April 23, 2:30, "Focus on Education", Education", featuring students from Wingland School; - May 28, 8 p.m., an evening meeting so that more fathers will have an opportunity to attend as "The Lens Closes", to feature the historian's and- convention reports.- reports.- • ... MRS, POYLE LATTA. spelling bee, students from the three schools and brave adult volunteers will compete; Feb. 2, Hi-Wing Fling," the annual annual school dinner; "Focus on Family" Theme . "Focus on Family Strength" was' the theme for- the October meeting of the. Delano - Cecil Avenue PTA. Room - visitation followed the meeting.... Drummers were Ronnie Na- gatani and Steven Dunn. The - flag salute Was given by Carol Scott and Deborah Treece of the Ta-Wa-Pa Camp Fire group,. ; . A total of 392- members were reported by Mrs. Duane Van Pelt at the close of the membership membership drive. Hamburgers will be made and sold by PTA members at the Halloween carnival on Oct. 31 and a food and-gift sale is planned for the night of Dec. 18. Chairmen for the year are Mrs. Don Sevier, budget and finance; Mrs. Myron Knecht, character, and spiritual education; education; Robert Bouchard, citizenship; citizenship; Mrs. Charles Streeeh, health; Mrs. Jesse Scott and Mrs. H. A. DeWeese, Founders Day; Mrs. B. C. Godwin, hospitality; hospitality; Mrs.: Joe Dunn; hostess; hostess; Mrs. George "Ainsworth, juvenile protections and safety; Mrs. Duane Van. Pelt, membership; membership; Mrs. Brooks TreeCe, magazine magazine and emblem; -MrS.' Joe HochschiM, newsette; Mrs. Don Twiford, radio, TV, movies; Mrs. Don Elkins, publicity; Dean Fair, recreation; Mrs. John Musto, room representative; representative; Mrs.' Milton' Austerman, welfare; Mrs. Ernest Bailey, program; Mrs. Chris Chroman and Mrs.-Willard Swarts,. telephone.' telephone.' the West presentation of "Johnny "Johnny Appleseed" at 11' a.m., in the Delano High School auditorium. auditorium. Mrs. Jesse Scott is chairman of arrangements for the play which will depict the life of this famous American. Names of three local elementary school students who will participate in the production will be announced announced soon. SLANG To Sponsor Play Delano PTA Council will sponsor the Little Theater of from page 39 lish since he was in junior high school. He reports that the relationship relationship between teacher and student- is more formal in his country. "There teachers are not considered friends especially, especially, but they are thought of more as leaders," he stated. The young exchange student is very enthusiastic about this country. "Everyone is so friendly," friendly," he declared. "There is nothing here which I dislike. I like my American father, mother and brother very much."

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  1. The Bakersfield Californian,
  2. 18 Oct 1962, Thu,
  3. Page 32

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