The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 10, 1946 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, December 10, 1946
Page 8
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•;-_,£• •^r^'y^;^^ g Tuesdoy, December 10, 1946 tEfje Jgafectfifielb California!! All year long we have been building up our telephone plant— adding long distance facilities. Even with this expansion, the huge volume of everyday calls keeps our equipment busy at peak capacity. We will do everything we can to handle holiday calls promptly, but with the .extra volume qf calls there will" still be unavoidable delays. That's why we suggest that if you place a friendly holiday long distance call, you do so on days other than December 24 or 25. Thank you. The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company 1520 Twentieth Street Phone 4-4561 1506 Eighteenth Street in the Sill Building earance COATS SPECIAL GROUP PRICE If your cost of living figures are too high, you can save^substantially on clothing at Tibbetts. SUITS SPECIAL (SlOUP 1 PRICE NO REFUNDS NO C.O.D/S tL NO RETURNS , V ON SALE MERCHANDISE /Annual -Event -.Set for--* . f 'hoKJ ""a Christinas '' Auxiliary business session and ^t- yhursday,\Decem- noea today bv ; president. 4 shori-1' business meeting ' 1% adjourned/ to-a'.Jneeflng-.^ianned by the American Legion -Post honoring high schoof "dadetsv .:, •-*- ; i' •"•.-" .— .t)tir\ngr ; the • meetsng Mrs. ' Zola Williams announced, that 6Q disposal pads, 9 irairs j of "skuffies" and 2 chair pads -were made at the recent rehabilitation meeting at the home of Mrs. Ifartha Johnson, 1625 Quincj' street. Jttrs. Elrna Couch and Mrs. Louella Hollingsworth were obligated into the auxiliary and four applications for membership were presented. The unit voted to contribute^ to the Tuberculosis Association of Kern County. Potluck Luncheon to Be Wednesday Regent Is Honored^ by Women of Moose at Many Eventsj^aft Group Present f-— "-- ~—^—_——____ Members of, -Women of the Moose i party at 6:30 p. in. Friday in Druids Xo. 416 assembled" in Druids hall recently to Konor Mrs. "Bessie Levitt of Long: Beach, graduate grand regent of College of Regents', The guest was introduced by .Mrs. Mary. Dowd, graduate associate regent of "College of Regents. Mrs. Lovitt was honored at a tea hall, Mrs. Lillian Stiner, Mrs. Charles McMIllian and Q. D. Bull will have charge o£ arrangements, j Mrs. Clara Ingraham. Moosehavenj Chairman, will be hosess. AH members and their families are invited. Plans were • matie for a Moose Christmas party December 30 with la the afternoon of the same day at! Mrs. Ingrahain, Mrs. Harold Broome the home or Sirs. Charles McMIllian.! and Mrs. .Eileen Billiard as hostesses, senior regent, and at a 'dinner at j Prizes for the evening were won Hotel EL Tejon. A number of mem- j by Mrs. Lee Slocum and Mrs. Kvelvn bers from Taft Chapter- Xo. C6T par-' Mathais. All moose members are In- ticipated. • vited to a dinner in Taft December Plans were made foe a' potluck 14 sponsored by the \Yest Side Moose dinner party, puppet show and bingo ' group. .ACTIVITIES ( T. A. Horace Mann P. T. A. will meet at 3 p. m. Wednesday in the school auditorium to hear Mrs. Walter Shore speak on "Understanding-True Values." The Motherslngers will present vocal selections. All parents are cordially invited. A Christmas program, "The Xa- tlvity," will be presented by the students when Longfellow 3?. T. A. meets at 7:30 p. m. ThursdaV in the n"oon" Wednesday 1 in"'Knights"of L Py-i 3Irs - Gleun Ware , Presiding, thias hall, 604 Lake street, for a! Tne Christinas story is effectively The event is P. T. A. meeting at 7:30 p. m. tonight in the school. A group of the P, T. A. Mothersingers will enter- ,tain. The public is invited. ••William Penn P. T. A. will meet at 7:30 p. m. "tt'ednpsd^y to hear Dr. John Whiteneck of the ConsregA- tional Church speak on the subject, "Moral and Spiritual A'alues for Ten day." A'special feature of-the evening ..will: be numbers by the P. T. A. s. Hostesses will be Miss Virginia Patrick, Walter Osborn, Jr. Engagement Told at Smart Tea Attended by 70 Guests pojluck luncheon. combination birthday and Christmas party, Mrs. E.- J. McCarthy is general chairman. ADVERTISEMENT Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On _ Creomulsioii relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen* and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the un- derstandingf-you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are fco have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs. CKest Coids.'Bronchiti? told through the use of tableaivsong and drama. Soloists are Mrs. Xor- man Brookes and Philip Lundy, accompanied by Mrs. Howard Harper and Mrs. M. O. Westerbeck. respectively. Feature roles are portrayed by Jerry Frank, Beatrice Lowe, Bob Easter, John Dauwalder, Dale Taylor, Bobby Hayes, Fred Perry, Jean ..and Joan Robertson, I)iane Bultman, Dana Shaw. Cozby Morris. = Barry Purcell. Robert Bresline, Jim Kinney and Xan Uhait. More than SO additional* children COLDS STRIKE Many modern mothers are changing from-old-fashipned remedies to clean, white, scientifically medicated M^ MM • W'^H_«. ^_. _ . . . . PFNETRD RIIR appear in the pageant in the roles Herbert AVhite, formerly of Bakersfield. .--Miss Marion White, former j Unity Sunday .School member here, i is now on the«hnard of directors of the International Youth- of Unity, with headquarters at Kansas City. Miss Xorris extended an invitation of fairies and members of the verse, primary'and intermediate choirs. • Miss Xorma Ross, general chair. man, is assisted on arrangements by Miss Beuluh Martin, Mrs. Catherine Frazer, Mrs. Fay Itosenlieb, Miss Earlene Church, Miss Rosemary to t!le Southern group to meet in Coldwell and Miss Maude Barnes. ""'' """" -- - ' - Mrs. "Walter Shore' of the city school religious .education department will speak on' ".Understanding- True Values" at a "Williams School P. T. A. meeting at 7:30 p. m, Wednesday in the school auditorium. The Christmas theme will be used throughput the evening. The school glee club and orchestra will present a program of songs and music. The children of parents attending will be entertained with a special Christmas movie and "treat." The Reverend Father Thomas J. Earley of St. Joseph's Church will be guest speaker at the Fremont 1509 19th Street l!5 Invites Y.O.U. to Hold Parley Here The local chapter of Youth for Unity was represented in Long Beach, at the .Southern California Conference of T. O. I'., by Miss Beverly Xorris, of First Unity Teinplp, on Saturday and Sunday. She was the house truest of Mr. and Mrs. Bakersfield at a later, date. Secretaries Giving Annual Yule Party Mrs. Fred Henry will present a. Christmas reading when Legal Secretaries Association holds its Christmas party tonight at 7:30 p.m.'in' the Xormandie room of Bakersfield Inn. The program is in charpe of Mrs. Roberta Gregoriou«. Santa Olaus .will be present, and there will be games and entertainment, • according to Miss Evelyn Parker, president. •The. "betrothal- of Miss Virginia' Patrick, attractive daughter of Miv t and Mcs. O.O. Patrick, 930 C -street, i to AjUsrney Walter Osborn, Jr., the [ son of Attorney and Mrs. Walter Osborn, 2800 Twenty-second street, was announced to 70' guests at a tea i given recently by the bride-elect's | mother and Mrs. Paul -Mattock at i the latter's home, 2701 West Tw'enty- i first street. i The tea tables were exquisitely ' appointed with a silver bowl of white chrysanthemums and ferns, illuminated by white tapers in silver holders. The general scheme of sil- ' .ver .and white wa.s accented in the dainty \yhite tea cakes. The living room., contained clusters of yellow! and .'orchid-.^chrysanthemums. The engagement was announced on tiny " parchment scrolls tic'l with mono- ' grammed ribbon, with the names tof ! the couple and the date. April L't;, | 1947, inscribed. . Xapkins decorated. with romantic, design also contained i the betrothed couple's names. Assisting at the tea table in the early afternoon .were Mrs. Floyd Sanstead, Mrs. Hubert Lawronce, Mrs. Blanche Kofahl; and those pouring during the later hours were Mrs. Donald Kberhart and Miss Margaret Valcntich. The bride-to-be was attired in a becoming formal frock, the only adornment being an orchid corsage presented by her fiance. Miss Patrick came to Buktjrst'ield from St. Louis, Mo., in IS 7 ! I.. She attended the local schools and Luf•kin's Business College. She" is a member of the Order of the K;istern Star and is secretary for Independent Exploration Company. Attorney Osborn was formerly a deputy district attorney here and is now in private practice and touchi's law at junior college nifiht. schuol. lie is a nicrnV»er o£' a pnimhiont Korn family and is a native son of Bak- evsfield. H<> attended its .-H.-hnols and college, having- been a business manager of Renegade Uif>, vice- president of the dramatics club and assistant manager of the basketball team. He attended Frc\sno State CoUi-gc. joining Sigma Tail fraiernity there. He was graduated from University of -.California at Berkeley, and received his .law degree from Hastings College of Law, Berkeley, where he had the record of standing fifth highest in his class. He entered tho army air forces in 19-1H and was discharged in 1!>45. He was admitted to California State Bar in June. Plan Friday Dinner at St. Paul's Church A.''politick' dinner for all families and friends of St: Paul's Episcopal I Church will be held at 6 p. m. Friday [ in the parish hall. '-There '.'will-be 1 community singing and games after. j .the dinner. j St. Margaret's Guild will meet j Wednesday when members turn in i the "talent dollars" earned -during j the year. Officers will^be elected to serve the" ensuing.- term. „ CREAM OF TOMATO Setfuins glowing ... lighting up your eyes ... bringing the holiday mood to any evening*. 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