The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 11, 1946 · Page 7
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 7

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, December 11, 1946
Page 7
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Install M RitesiSatufday BY A;A.UW. L -li liabergficlb Californt'an Wednesdoy, December n, 1946 7 . guardian, f T ,., -A- •-•,7--—,"—"-•••" Order I clan; Margaret-Ixjve, recorder; Dorris of Jobs Daughters,-,will, install MissfRiggs, reader, and Kathleen Kollen- Shh-ley 3ajnion< as -honored queen at berg^'cheniS/" public -rites' 'at 8 pj m. Saturday Jft" Mrs - Ernstlne Drewbaugh is guar- CaJedonia r ^Iasonie itemple. • -" _ ian _j!: n £~Charles'-Watrous, associate Others', to. be installed are Roberta " Ray,' senior princess; Peggy Cotton, junior princess; "Joan Bownie,' guide; and Betty Ann Florence, marshal!.' Appointive officers - are Harriet -'Rogers, , outer, guard; Jeanette "Waggoner,' Inner guard Bobb;e Carroll,, recorder; Shirley Goaman, musician; Jean Kiehnert, librarian; Carol Smith, senior custodian; Shirley L Huskey, junior custodian;' Ruth Frost,; treasurer; Judy-Gilbert, first 1 messenger; Joanne McKenney, sec-! ond messenger; Carolyn Randour i third messenger: ,Jane Becluvilh.l :ourth messenger, Bette Ixsunsbury i fifth messenger; Margaret RiggV chaplain; Audrey Poster, assistant chaplain; Carol- Babcock, assistant recorder; ilaria Marcia Jo Drummond, assistant musician. Installing- officers are Betty Lou Dill, honored queen; Joyce ^Lehman guide; Mary Ellen, -Marshall; Irene Valdez, senior custodian; Joy Young, junior custodian; Barbara Glenn! Wallace, Bible bearerr Marilyn Car-i roll, chaplain; Jan AVerling, nag bearer; Mrs. Glenn Wallace, musi- —VJioto by Koemer Miss Shirley Salmon Betrothal Revealed; Wedding_Da]e Unset - Announcement was made today of the betrothal of Miss Juanita Hull the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Herbert .Hull of 1309 West Drive, to Jerome Qavin, 2C22 Kentucky street No date has been set for the wedding. The bride-elect is" a student at East Bakersfield High School. Her fiance, who also attended East Bakersfield High School is a former navy man. While fii school he was prominent in football. He is employed by Honolulu Oil Company. Past Matrons Plan LunchebnSaturday Past Matrons-Association of Order of Eastern Star,' is sponsoring a luncheon and program Saturday at 1-2:30 at Hotel El Tejon. Mrs. Grover Shackleford 4s Chairman of the day. Mrs. B. F. Tallman, president, will preside. Railroad Trainmen's . Auxiliary Installing -Plans are complete for a public installation to be held by the Ladies Auxiliary to the ( Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen' ! *Friday in the Span- j ish ballroom of Hotel E! Tejon. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p. m. The new president will be Mrs. A. J. Conner. • Pianist for the eve- j ning is to be Mrs. Helen Stone with Mrs. George Dudley in charge of the drill team. ciy, Washington School > - f-~ - • . --=v > - r^r'-J American Association got >. '• , . - sity-* -women,- Bak«rsrieiaj'bV^83^ Is holding its annual-43bristma's.<ySgper ' . service SalurilfLyjjt ^p. 3n:'££ .-" ' ' ington.-" School' there will -where y'an - and _ Christmas tableaBxI-*;The?pubiic is invited, this prograin 'annually being one' of the branches off erings' f or the community, -especially -children; Ronald.. Clark is the- director: of -the "choir which' will sing -"The^' " " Jesus" (Clokej;) rand" Christmas .Choralogue," .(Olds). Soloists-* with the -group -will be Mary, Brovyiu FO- praho; Betty -Birks, alto; Calvin Wilson^ tenor; and Dean, Ytreide", bass. Frank JWattron, dramaMnstrucfoir'at the junior college, is in "charge of the tableaux. -Announcement "of final' plans for Saturday's program were made when the executive Tjoarcl of A. AV.U. W. convened" UondaV night at the home of J.Irs. Stella Tmgr, president, 2128~ Twenty-first street. • - " , Washington School ' rather than one of the city churches was chosen, mi v .—^ -"•« ^j.^^jj, .tvjiuersuii ^vnere a ci Tlng explained, .-so that all ting, is-being arranged. who" wished to attend -would' find seating-room. v ', Mrs. /Donald Magruder, ^ membership cnairmari, listed 19 new members and revealed tliat-the 'roster ,o£ rievir'members is now at. 74, for this year. ~ _ ~ ."' Miss,. Marguerite Johnson, chairman of-philosophy secUorranno'uncea a meeting'for January 7, with" John' King>sspeaker. "Miss Clara Holmes 'announced a combined section meeting , for : -December -16, with .Robert Toung speaking on Financial Trends 1 of .the Postwar World. ."The meeting- will be 'at the home 'of Mrs. Walter Jiaas, 243 /Hermosa Drive, with Airs.-Maas and Mrs. - Theroli McCuen as hostesses.- ' ' "Miss Virginia Stearns, . chairman of legal • status of \yomejj* told of the. work her committee is doing in recommending, qualified women for appointment to the school Tjoard. Hiss Jpsephine Wiley" announced that Writers Section will meet December 12 instead of on the date announced earlier. The, .meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Herbert Anderson where a Christmas set- ^|| Yule Program Thursday City Teachers Club Sponsoring Party ' Women's Society - of ' Christian Service will install officers for 1947 at a meeting Thursday at 12 o'clock noon at First Methodist Church. Kachael Circle will te the hostess , unit" with Mrs. F. L. Heisey as chairman. Usii the year's theme, "Of Such Is the Kingdom," Mrs. Harry Lange will Install officers as follows: Mrs. Ralph Blocher, president;-Mrs. S. O. Harrir, vice-president; Mrs, E. ~L,.' McCaulley, recording secretaryr Sirs. M. L. Batson, promotion; Mrs. Stella Ting, treasurer; MrsrM. L. Kresky, missionary education; Mrs. Frank Bain, spiritual life and ' week of prayer; Mrs, Charles Tanner, Christian social relations and local church" activities; Mrs. Fred Glouser, missionary supply; Mrs. W. W. Webb, literature and publications; Vj.-s. Ralph Fox, 'love gitt; Mrs. T.' 3. Clan in, status or women; Mrs. Tyan Roberts, membership; Mrs. Elmer Peery, publicity and historian. Others to be seated are Mrs. Harry G. Smith, rearing president; parliamentarian; Mrs. Mae Paynter sunshine chairman; Mrs. Osro Sears, student work; Mrs. C. D. Adams, youth work, and Mrs. Charles Andreoli, children's wprk. Circle chairman to be installed in- Harris: Dorcas,. Mrs. C. H. Meers and limb, Mrs. James Tinkle. Mrs. Smith will preside at the meeting and' at the board session which- is set for -I<h30 . a, m. Thursday. • " , 7 , ^rs. Alfred Siemon, progi-am chairman, has arranged a Christmas program usintr the topic '-'The Prince of Peace." M rs. -Frank Digier will sing "In a Manger Lowly," by Daniels, and "The I/ord's Prayer" by Malotte,- accompanied at the piano - Tiy-Mrs. McLain. . Mrs. Ernest Calkins' topic for de vbticta Peace.'' is also '"Ehe Prince of t 'J?he year now closing has been at successful orie r with much activity ,accomplished in vaipous projects for both youth and aauflts, including activity for serviceman. ^^^ Wares tested . Many .doctors say constipation with its headaches, mental dullness, tfiat half ahve feeling often Sresuit if bile doesn't nowfreeiy ewry daft into your intestines —so take Dr. Edwards 1 Olive Tablets to insure geaOe. yet thorough bowel movements. Olive Tablets are simply wonderful to pep up lazy Me flow to help digest ft"? 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