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Mrs, Jac^ Bran tieyrecehtl'y entertained at a birthday party in honor of hero-year-old son; Jack, The hostess was; assisted by ~ : - Mrs. Kalph Akers and Krs. Martin York in conducting indoor; games. . .-.- • • • " --. . =- -• -- . ....- >• • . • • ••.--' Children' attending were: •= Joan •MuckleBtone AlbertVItt StroudiTVUson. Ill: Johnnie Parka MachlclXa Fleur . Lane Wilson',' II , . Brad L,a Pleur: Carol Ann Alters Evelyn Lortz . Julie Lortz Robin 'Hetnrlch -;. Charles fcom. II Sye Stokeehury .Peter Isgreen Baxter .: , ~ i j. ~ i f . - ._ ' • : . ..; • ....» •*-•'•_*. ••', . •' •' -"• ' Bridal Couple Home Mr.. and, Mrs.; Leland Tobbler returned recently;^from;their wedding- trip which took tfteni to San Francisco and :the bay ;area. The couple was, married } in Lag /Vegas Novem- Both are graduates' ot Bakersfleld igh School. 'The hride, the former Miss, Syble.BarneBiJs-the daughter o£ Mr. and • Mrs. ! Ottla; Barries. She. is an alumna of Sari:Francisco State •'•"Conege--""- : ,. : - :i: r.':...-•:. /.;--.:_•-'--- •'." '. - ; "- : Mr.: Tobbler's; -parents, 'Mr. atifl Mrs. Alfred 1 Tobbler, reside at Panama. - ' : V .'; -;' -"o ;;::";;-.;.:;!; ":' . ' .-',-, '.:., The couple has established a home on Fairfax^ Road ^ wherei Mr. Tobbler is engag-ed;in farming^:;: :; . :. ' . : ^'Back .:^m:;^catiqh::^--'; ; ,- '.--.'.. "iV'-"-: ; , ibrV !and iirs. Robert E.: Scherb have.returried; frona k month's vaca- ;'tlph -spent•.,chiefly at Palm Springs, ; .Tisitlrig \i ^Dr; ;;Scherb's 'brother, Paul •: Scherb,^ I^s VArigelesV attorhey, and i.with friends ; in ; SanVI)iegb. - :.-•>. Mrs.. Ernest :White, 204 ; Haybert Court, returned : a,: few days ago • from a six; nionth's visit in the east. She;was;.with; her sister, Mrs. : Clare Kordirie in tx>n^ Island arid at Mrs. Kordine's .sunimer;home in Vermont. At Hoi Springs • - . * ^ ..^ - ' "_. . ' - ' Mr. arid 3klrs.^Jack Gerety^of 1032 Truxtun avenue are vacating at California Hot Springs for the winter holidays. . . : •.-/':•- : : : . • • - -•-. - : */' : .* : .* .:• ••-.--. . Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. Liawler of 725 Chester avenue are vacation- ingr•'• at Hotel I>ast Frontier, L,as Vegas. -.'.-.•,'• . ; '. • .- ;•:: . ' ; ;:' ••*•.'*".*.'- r ' McMasters Visit- , Mr. and Mrs. Hari*y McMasters wore visitors in Bakersfield over the week end. Mr. McMasters is now employed in publicity work for Pacific Gas and Electric Company. Sumner n . . ~ ' : - . ' '- • come Lame Glass - : ' ^ • • - ' - - . r A large class of /Candidates will "be initiated when Suniner Circle K6, 107, 'Order- of "-. Druidess, meets' at 8 p. m/ Tliursday in \ Druids ••..Hall.' .Mrs. Otis Ludwick, newly installed arch Druidess. will preside. Mrs. N. G; - Houze, ' past graiid arch .Druidess, requests all niembers of . - • '. - " the teamv to: be> present.: ' •An .attendance prize will be awarded and refreshments served. -1. if * ^ - . - _ ' .-^ •- - • -' • • . .', . . - - . . A turkey dinner^ dance ;and bazaar ;".': sqhMulexJ ; ;;in:Hhe^; Knights of ;Pythias hall^ 604 -I-ake:street^ Thursday;; night-by ;.theC; Thimble Club-of Pythian ^Sisters.. .The event is open ' f ^ ''L^ "'•' ^ "I "'l'"^ , -j*" ' Dinner- win ;b^ ; se:rved; from 6:30 !p.; m. to .8 p. m. with^dancing at 8:30 p.:m.; : Mrs. ytVilliam (Hu|eter 1 !"presi : dentV.p^;:tS.Q.vThteble- : Ciub,!and;--'Mrs.' Earl Shaw: are co-thairnlan of tlie i- i • •• • h~ n • 1 • r _ J • -.- >. 1- b- i * ^ • GROCERS i'. - --, ^' *• . -.- •*.. '-' '- -/ h' r ' !•!•' t frn • J irv&'-Gs JL1C/ Q u'-. H •. - r ' , - n i b .' j- • • j - '.^^-5, h '-—' J i, isi-'-fichJe Supper __— ' —• ''.^' J - i** - Decenibep ».^ •• Jr ' n ', > ^ • I ^ ^. h * - > ' . 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'.: . - -' : ^r - T ^_ H -- ' ilu th :;; ^t^hicn^Qmb •secret;: sisters be revealed, ; v Tejpri h^ dent,; r^ortisiwere made la cljajr- ineaiJB; cbramltteeB-v^he: next meet '•"- - be; held f i * . - IL - '. r- • i-"*- • - i .- -'- , , - !• i * ' ' - -: Vows, were repeated : : l>yMiSis: barai ^lls^th^daughtervpf Air, -Mr«.-VHar61d:i:Hiclahanv. ; 6f-';715"r-ChJar • ^ .. ••^••X-?l.l r ;^^ : -;Z^ :,-*^- i .-.v—— -^^^a£:;^d^:ibi3a^!pf : ^.- <fc —' •• ^ . - ai.* • :"- - - >' v . *:'**^.-' ' ,-^^-» " Potter ' 6TT son; : f > • •-», !*•- » r iria;iv ;;fThe ; 0 r Jy 6y siiJzt ?by ^ thct 83i<i r sinter-in- ApSh Potter;:: ; bride : » -." ' r ~ I I' ' .-- .— - 1 -* •, j.- • -'- 'VVfW "' in Tuesday, December 10, 1946 ' n —l? r M w ' r I r r l — ^- rj I r f r . - \ v . - — - \ , • _ . - n . f I - __ - _ - — - — .<•,:-, ^'\-\, :VV-'Y'- t ::YiV - '^vv.Ptf ' ^vi:^ 1 .<•*:;>- -;;V'-- -'> ^V:-"iV-v- ^v-^;,::/ >-, - ' *- -'.'•-." - ' •'; " - -V>- ^*^--^;vc^ ••^••I^^K^^V- r^^/^^^:^^^H^^^^^^ -:^ v -- •> v- j^^^:'V= :U:^--:-:-^.- ; -^-^-[ ^.^^v^^^^'^:-^"^--: 1 ;,.=-• :-. ;y- •=•:. :;«k '' F L h h ^ ^ ' -i. •• ' f - '- • - - " and ifefreshments ;?'!-;;•;;;;•:> -.«. """ 'and '* L - : '-."V.-' past -t Bingo:Mrtr;V^^ ; : ;A ^ L;,O^^of^6pse5^,'.473^iH iainner —' ' * n * f - their '^ - J •'•* ?:?•:-. I -- - I' -J- I. r • , ' . '• - F I-. •r. h- - T •t: i- r .1 ••- -• -'L — I. I..J - I IT -L' - ' ' ^- : V-. • "*•. rft. I I . - - -r i i 1. - Ipcal fraterhity; ; ? The! ;fouple;5^M::tre^^ie In- : Buttonwillow; lana :;Brive, ;jhny; SriowT " of Jone^ anti Miss Betty Gardner is forking* pti arrangenierits for a ehristmas party^Decernber-! 18, when mystery;: friends ; > itilli;- oe revealed. "-' '-• ';•':" •Ji.J.'/'^vV.-*/;;.'* 1 '-,,^-;;^. ' ;-." : . . • * JBnsy at Stephens ; : Miss_Eltobetn' : Raiidoiph, as a senior member of the Independents organization at Stephens College, was hostess at a recent:tea honoring all old and ;new members of the organization follovring a.;, membership drive on; the catnpuis. > ': ^ ; Miss ^Randolph,Twho: is the daughter of; Mr< and-^Irs. Irvin F. Ran- dolph'pf 1314> : AIta "Vista X?rive, has takeii; an active part in campus events at Stephens. The : Independents organization Is composed, of hall groups working together as a unified campus organi- Ba.k^rsfield N6yemb6r:27;in the shineLCircle Church biefore the; Reverend Kenneth Fenwick/ : -;; v ; ^v .-.-Miss Bpnni€!,;Baker\ of :pildale;_ : at'tended: the :bride and;;Troy Poutz "acted as best man. ;;:: V-: ^ V ;; The o bride attended; Bakersfield HIg : h jSchool and Junior College. -Mr, Snow, .who attended pakersfield :High School, served two years in; the '•• navy 'overseasw^--'- : ;" ; :•--• ',.-?' ; -- : - : '. • > >..-..-. --: 1 -' 1 "..-. '•'•- - • , - - - - - *- - i _ • • -- • . : .'•'•-.-• • ."•.'•'* - *- ; &;'}•" • '• .;'.'. '-';,-. ,-' Triple Bridal Shower- - ^entertained Phi; sorority members recently : ;:::at • a -i- bridal s ft^ : r ] . : M K^m Wi pis *- «. :'J-:^'' 1 v;i V -- r- ^•• :-- >• - . ..• ,,,"-'- . -• n\ ' •' --. -' -• ,,-•' ' ^.' i-;^'pf' ; .Isative ;Baughters^bf;;the?;Gblden^es^;:E Parlor ;:Ko Christmas^ partyi the r;Worrian'ir clubhouse TV^dnesday, : pecember' All members are; riequeistect;. a, gift; tb^bei; exchanged•". ^.-: ; •'v '''Hostesses!* will:; be hani, Sr., : Mra^ Kay Miss iLucy Supertirio. '.-',_• '.---- htier A r- * V ' - L " - *•: ' shower party in-honor bf Mrs. Lloyd Garrigan, Mrs. Godwin:; Pfitzinger and Miss/Marie Anderson, the:bride- elect of Glenn Bultman;;;The-party was held at the home of Mrs. Freal Harvey, 2620 Loma Linda. r Mrs. Harvey was assisted: by Mrs. Harold Lewis, Mrs.'Phil "White, Mrs. Fred Jones, ;Mrs. Ferneley Roberts, Miss ICareen Anderson and Miss Ramona Beard, : ~ |a 7-year : old-spn, Delbert, .Mrs. .Garrigan; is ..'the. former Miss; f 1 : Grandparents .are Mr;:- and: ^Irs. Margaret .Tones and Mrs; Pfitzinger, ! A, N. Slack of ;.2400Parlc^ r ay and the former Miss Clara ;SpJeth. i;Mrs. ; Margie ;Greenxof-Bakei^fl^ld^ : ^ ' "^ ^- ^ • ^ l \ l 'L'l _ 1 -~T_ l - F 'l- + L4-\' l —^^^^•-M-l mM-^m _ — — - . ^^^^^^ ^^ ' ^ J • Mr, and/ Mrs. : Pelbert :W;: Slack, formerly of Bakersfield, apriounce the birth of : a; : .;daught^i%'D-S!taron ;I/yn;- born December 4 in; Richnxbrid; The; infant daughter: is the^isepbnd child pf the Slacks, the other ibeirig , -- f - • . . ,-*:•- .- t - j , . - , • . , ^^ i* - 4 w ' -. .. '.. I L . ... .— ''" , -. - ' - , r t- . - "" '^ - •^ ' - »' . 1 - ^isonic ^ p rqy al : : ma tron — r \. •* - - >- 1 I ' _. '' ^' T ^ b V' •- -• . .* *- ^^. • •, ,• - •_ . ^, -'> - d '•' ' -. nuol •--. •; - '-s- •, "SA^l^g^^variety^of articles includ- :ing :^btHing|a^^bi^c*a-brac yrill be available:, ^edneso'ay ; at the •: an nual rummage"'"r.sale'v':-; otv'Kera^ County League of Women Voters at Bruid's Siimnesrvstreet^ {;The^doors R.VF|ke he^g the K :coni- ; mittee bri an-angements,•(assisted .by tfe;;Mesdames "^Iter^Stieirn, C.' B; Gr^eley,; ;S>':. D.;'Albaugh;- Harvey Ballweber and; Birch;' Shilkrdut.v i; Persons wishing:, tp -^ccmtribute 'Mrs..6Fike,>2iiO^;Nineteenth^ street, or;-.to :.'the : ; -'• hall s .early,.Wednesday i - -C.• .• -*-'- _ 1 1 *- -' *• 1 L r » *' II ^ _^ t i Hr . ' r- -'-.'V _ I '-I -r - -I' I '- i i m i hj _ h _ hi -t - _L f If THE OLE GIVING -T - *-- - I I I i -. - I -f- ' -L "- '-• . W. B; A. TONIGHT u "-Woman's Beneyt^AssbCiattbn will meetatoS^p, m.-iphight^jn Knights ,oir;yythias. hal]^;604 ; ;Lak;e;Bteeet 1 ;fbr : Selection of Xpffieersi' ^RefresJiine'nts-. • A good.attendance is - l I I '-"I f~ ' - ' AND YOU Mtt FIND ^TH£M?THE ANSWER TO YOUR GIFT h ." ^ - ,' r •• -"• - * ' - - ' - .'.--'.•-'' '. • - ' • - : ' • - .- -. PROBLEMS TOO! V/e Jiiue iuait/«g for you a oery forge assortment p - • f • "' _ bes ^ J ^ \ * \ fa(j/auorftes as • f II- * f L FOR THE SERIOUS MUSIC LOVER -•^ •-,-'-' LI * — ' -' n '. - ^ .1 '. F - . , -' I I '. I _' -• • .-.- --t •,- - - L I * ^J H M ^ •- »- * ^ Vi - 1 I- 'S " - -V r* - h h LT - • ^_ F f .-- - — ll 4- _• f - v h sendee to • i -- - .1' GRIEG: CONCERTO IN A MINOR FOR PIANO AND ORCH5STRA/bp/,16; Walter • -•' r| i B _. jn ~' ^— ^ *._^- ^^ Ar _j •• * t \,- piano, with the Berlin iSttiJB.Opora "" • ' !-""• "' ' •" . --.'.''-'• * Orchestra, conducted by ;,Han» .Roibaud.'X::, * B^' - ' ^ i r ' r .' ~ J *|- J -H_' ?fj'*"'^ ,J • ' \ .. - ' -'..SOT 1 WI™IVlflrl"*3 id . S4.B9 " ' • . • . ' - - • . ' i-T - .. ..-' ^« . .''•'.',• •---' ^>._^ ' '-.'' * '-...- .X ",;":., -•' '-';-•-'-. ','-'•• : .-v".V.^ '•' " { ' '\ . f . - --' '/ • - i '' • ' •" . ' '', \ n _i i. . a - » j_> - i_-••-. . ,...-. ...,.-:-. ; , ..-.•.._ . .- • .-_ • BEETHOVEN: CONCERTO NO. 5 !N E-FLAT MAJOR FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA, Op. .•.'•. "" •-•-':.'- ' - .' . - IT . 73 ("Emiierpr"). Rudolf .Seritih/ piano; With the Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York, conducted by Bruno Walter. ".'-" - . . r . _ . ',,-.--,<••.. SetM-MM-500 -$5.85 MLERi SYMPHONY NO. 4 IN 6 MAJOR. Bruno Walter "conducting *he Philharincn.c- ^ X , j i Symphony Orcheitra of New York/ with Dejt Halban.. soprono. Set M-MM-539 *$6.85 "' : " -' ' ' " - . FOR THE POPULAR MUSIC FAN • ~ if - * ^ . -1 \ - _ r AFTER DARK. Morton Gould and his Orches- Sot C-107 *$3.8S CUGAT'S FAVORITE RHUMSAS. XavTer Cugoi and his Waldorf-Aitoria Orchestra. 5ef C-I10 •$2.75 r l f l H A VICTOR BORGE PROGRAM. Victor Borg« . -.•-•-.* with orch«trs conducted by Poul Baron."'"'••' DVORAKt SYMPHONY NO^ r S IN I MINOR, Op. 95 ("From the ;New World"). The Philadelphia Orchestral, Eugene Ormandy, Conductor. ; . Set M-MM-570 *$S.8S * If you would like help In your selections, we will be I - L , V uery glad to assist you - i-- r ^ i. rl \-. - > , - I ' cannot on u M f . '- pipenec-' i - -i ' •, - - - -. •' - -*t - rft . . :.-•--. essary to nnect ma pipe are P^pew you /:-• - -•-• are usp^vpe bare nation is not enou youto t . i .. - ''- - j - -.-. - ... . • -• ever itis Itisthe 1SSO 1 inch sizes are to connect to street mains. this We have broblems too wi JL • "" • '• f-' ^ H .if you have had BRAHMS: CONCERTO NO. 2 IN B.FLAT MAJOR FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA, Op. 83. Rudolf Sorkin> ~' . i ._ • • - ' - • • * piano; with Th« Philadelphia Orchestra, Eug*n« Ojrmandy, conductor. ; SetM-MM-534-&4.S5 THE VOICE OF FRANK SINATRA. Frank Sinatra with orchestra conducted by Axel StordahK S«t C-112 ' L • GOODMAN SEXTET SESSION. Benny Good. man Sextet. .- Set C-113 *$2.7S -.- * FOR THE CHILDREN f NURSERY SONGS—VOLUME !. Gone Kelly with-vocal quartaf and orcheitra conducted by Paul Affeldsr. Sftt J-26 ' THE SHOEMAKER AND THE ELVES. Gene Kelly with orchflitra conducted'by Unman Enge!. Set J-MJ-29 *$T.25 JACK .AND THE BEANSTALK. CBS "Let's Pretend" Group with prchestra conducted by Maurica Brown. Set J-MJ-31 *$2.23 & f CINDERELLA. CBS "Lefs Pretend" Group with orchestra conducted by Maurice Brown. Set J-MJ-32 *$2.25 b PUSS IN BOOTS. CBS "Lefs Pretend" Group with orchestra ecnductecj fay Mauric* Brown. Set J-MJ-33 *$2.25 shown era exclusive of iaxti. -i tr- :v os-Record . . • -- ' . , , f. ' — 2d20 H Street RADIO & APPLiAN'GE CO. Phone 4-4055 Appliances I L J Fox Theater Building r • h A blanket of fine quality, 72xflO inches, extra tuck in si; . virgin wool, in assorted colors with sfitin binding „ r. eautifui Satin A 2^-pound, 1 100% virgin wool satin comforter, 72sS4 inches that H •• • fieHs regularJy for §31.95. Now only. --:%. w f & Luxurious f. i - Chair A quilted chintz, Insurious Boudoir chair for the ladies, in assorted $4 ujj'.; colors for OQly A . •' ' ,-' . 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