The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 12, 1946 · Page 4
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f 4 Thursday, December 12,1946 ; £ft£ ^sUersif idb California!! ~ A .heavenly soft Rote or a beautiful sheer Gown will make her heart sing with joyjhis Christmas. Smartly^ styled crepe, quilted, and those hard to get Chenille Robes in all the warm colors of the Yuletide season. ABBOTT'S 1518 Nineteenth Street "PLAYS PRETTY" FOR YOU IN THIS GREAT NEW MAJESTIC ALBUM! • Here's Louis Prima at his best—spectacular trumpet, unique personality, brilliant orchestra! Come in and listen to these six Prima favorites. You'll want them for your record library-— they're records to play over and over again! , • The lip—that's Prima on his trumpet. • Til Be With Yon In Apple Blossom Time — roing- smooth pace-changer. « Boogie In Chicago—it's strictly solid everywhere. • Porgy—& new treatment of an old favorite. • Angelina—Prima's famous trade-rasrk tune. • Little Boy Blew His Top —with Prima's terrific trumpet. ALBUM M-3 Three 10-in. records, $3.00 plug tax. RADIO ft'-.APPLIANCE CO. BADSOS-RECQRDS . 2020 H Street Phone 4-405S APPLIANCES , Fox Theater Bai.lding MESSIAH SUNDAY, TUESDAY; FOURTEENTH SEASON * - ''' ' .- - Sc3!6ist-s' L !o'r;Bdtb';PresentafibnsrAre Listed;' "* ~"*i"' v *.. i i*i'' ' > * -5 "* "^ ~ -" - * ^ • v-.-l33^Pttfclpating gf;Rrsf 'Baptist Church -' Tuesday niglits presentation's 'pf-1'Ijrhe, lies-" siah" ..were announced tb'day- by lieroy. Gates, f cdnductdr,-. " *' Handel's "famous.'oratorio will oe sung - Sunday " at' 7:30 and- Tuesday at 8 •&'. m. 'at'Mrst Baptist Church, Truztun'.avenue at' X.*. street 'by 133 voices.. •Jlrs.'.Eonald--Clark' will be atjthV organ; C ., •,--'-", '; ~ J ^ ~< -' Sunday's soloists,-wUXibe Mrs. Ruth Laster/ M6s'.,Doris"~"Briscoe; Mrs. (Men' i > ' v McCunei i ;-Mrs".tjPh'ilJip,,. H. HowelJ, .sopranos;iSam. l KleJnsasser,- tpnor^Mrs. Marvin ^A'. -McDonald, Miss Joanne Curtiss,' Mrs., Ray Sot"TOT and/Mrs.' Clarenee'R.- Mossrnan; altos and IDayid Mills,--bass. Miss Curtiss; ,Mrs. McCune and M!gsBriscoe,have-sung'in.the chorus previously but'are iiew-as soloists. Mrs.-Xaster and Mrs: .Howell have not'been he,ard before;in The Messiah, ,here.r_ Mrs.t Borror, "Mrs. J Mossman,- Mrs. -MeBo'nald.-Mr. Mills and Mr.. Kieinsasser -have' appeared as" 1 solqists in former presentations here.! * ': " . teroy Gates Tuesday's . soloists" wil be* Mrs.k. „, '' -"" Laster, Mrs.' Harlari'-S. Mann ,Mrs t the Tuesdav performance, to be fol- __, * .. »*»•*» J 1 AUA.U. 1j^^, rft J "U,. „ _™_J«t T__..,l iil_ JJ 1_ Howell, sopranos, Donald "O, Anderson, tenor; Mrs. Horace Showalter, Mrs. Mossman and Mrs.- McDonald, altos and Ronald Clark, bass. Mrs.-Mann is familiar "as a. chorus member, but new as a soloist. Mrs. Showalter has been heard -before on frequent presentations. Mr. Anderson,' new- this year, is head of the music department at East Bakersfield High School. -MrT Clark "frequently has handled the bass solos for the local presentation. "• • A photograph,will be taken after ADVERTISEMENT COLD BUG WHIM? HELP EASE ACHIN& CHEST .MUSCLES RUB ON ,««• , - // MENTHOLATUM^ 7 ,lowed by a,social hour with refreshments. "' Mr., Clark will direct carols jduririgr ',that i time, to be broadcast from,the'church tower. The ^Reverend Burton C. Barrett is pastor- >of- the First Baptist Church, sponsor of the Baptist Messiah Chorus for the community. Beiden Circle Holding Rummage Sale Saturday i Beiden " Circle of First Baptist Church is sponsoring a, rummage sale in the utility rooui of the church on L street Saturdayr The sale will begin at S a. m. and , will include toys, household articles ; and much clothing. j STORK RINGS TWICE | . HOLLYWOOD,, Dec. 12. Off)—. Within 24 hours, the stork made Mrs. Ethel _Wadler, 3f, 'both a mother and a grandmother. 'Ju£t23% hours' before Mrs.=Wadler's 7-pound"daughter was born, another daughter, Mrs. J Edith .Hood, 18, ,became the mother of a daughter, ; 'Italian Groups-Giving •Fete at Druids Hall 'The Dante Ailgieri Lodge and Italian Catholic'Federation are sponsoring a public dance Saturday night in Druids "hall with music provided by David Riviera's orchestra. General chairman is Leno Ghilarducci. Other members on "the committee are Tony Ceccarelli. Dave Fanucchi, Roy Banducci, Ray Fanucchi, Evar- istaRiccomini-and Paul Riceomini. Dave Fanucehi, retiring president of the I. C, F., reports that the grand president, Sylvester Andrtano of San,Francisco, will conduct installation of officers the latter part of January. A ,banquet is being planned also. ' Mr. Fanucchi is being- succeeded by John Matteucci with Fred Banducci. vice-president; Tony Ceccarelli, marshal; Reno Marchetti, financial secretary; Dave Fanucehi,- recording secretary; Miss Mary Fanucchi, treasurer; Miss Catherine .Antongio- vanni, orator, and trustees, Miss Olga Antongiovanni, Miss Eda J3er- tolucci and Ernest Lencioni. The Reverend Father Robert Thornton is chaplain of-the group. " Crowd of 360 Present at Elaborate (X E. S. Meeting More than 350 members and [ friends witnessed the installation ceremony this week conducted by Libertas Chapter No. 362, Order of the Eastern Star, in Masonic temple. Mrs. Everett Basham was seated as worthy matron and J. Edgar Hoffman, worthy patron. Mrs. Arthur Johnson,' retiring wSrthy matron, and Clyde B. Zuver, j retiring worthy patron, acted as in- 1 stalling officers, assisted by Mrs. Merton Blackford, hostess, who gave the address of welcome; "Clifford Saint, host; Miss Ruth Hogan, marshal; Miss Mary Hoa;an, honorary marshal; Mrs. 5V". TV. Talmage, chaplain; Miss Xin i Blackford, organist; Mrs, Charles I- are, Bible bearer, and Arthur Johnso i, flag bearer. Ushers i for "the evenii g were Mrs. Evelj'n j Russel, Mrs. Audrey West and j Annette, Rodger and Janet Basham. Other officers were Mrs. Clyde B. Zuver, associate matron;«CUfford G. sociate grand matron, and the following"1946 worthy matron and patrons: Mrs. Claude Blodget. Sirs. W. Waters Shugart, Mrs. C, M. Walsh. Mrs. Eunica Skeen, Mrs, Sylvia Ramsey, Tom Holson, Charles Walker and Mitchel Batson; Mrs. New Club Giving askef to Needy Y's Menettes Install Officers in F Yum Yum Dresses * For the Holidays or Anytime! Girls' dresses that look sweet enough to eat! Cottons or rayons! Candy-good stripes! Neat checks! Gay prints! Soft paste! colors! Dresses* good for parties, and neat for* scho,c«! 3 to 6x and 7 Co 14. 2 PENNEY'S BALCONY SHOP MEN'S WHITE WORK SUITS • "Compass" Brand! ; « Oiie-piece construction! • • Belted, back! - . • Heavyweight cotton, herringbone weave! • Sanforized, shrinkage less than 1% J • Sizes 36 to 40. PENNEY'S MAIN FLOOR $ £ ^ Men's General Utility Suits $850 suit THE SHIRT $4.25 • Tailored sleeve construction! • Roomy pockets with flaps! • Vegetable.'Ivory buttons! • Smart, new permapleats on sleevea and^back! • 7-oz.- cotton^ arid rayon fabric! • Sizes 14 to 17..-, THE PANTS $4.25 • Seam lock, tool proof pockets! » Reinforced seat! -' • >tultiple-stitched strain ' seams! • ,-, • Talon and zipper fasteners— no buttons! 1 • 11-oz. cotton and rayon fab. ric. • Sizes 30 to 42. • Blue color only. PENNEY'S MAIN FLOOR This Store Will Remain Open Saturday, December 14, Until 9 P. M. ~"~ SORRY . . . NO PHONE OR MAIL ORDERS ON . T ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE! 2018 Chester Avenue Phone 9-9731 Andreason, treasurer, Mrs. C. R. Nicholson, conductress; Mrs. J. R. ' Hixon, associate conductress; Mrs. i Roberf J. Myers, chaplain; Mrs. J. j Edgar Hoffman, marshal; Mrs. Har- i old Basham, organist; Mrs. Elaine j Miller, Adah; Mrs. W. W. AdMsson, I Ruth; Mrs. Lester C. Surgener, Esther; Mrs. Frank Woods, Martha; Mrs. Harry Brinkerhoff, Electra; Mrs. O. F. Keough, warder;' C. R. Nicholson, sentinel, and Chester L. Nelson, flag bearer. .. Escort honors were accorded Mrs. R.osa Christenaen, deputy great matron of the Fifty-fourth district, and j Mrs. Gertrude Steen, deputy grand | -matron of the Fifty-fifth district;] also Mrs. Margaret Sawyer, past as- patron of Taft chapter, were~ escorted also. Among 1947 matrons and patrons-elect present were Mrs. Frans Johnson and Ralph Blocher, Mrs. John T. Butler and Frank Wilkson of Bakersfield and Security chapters, respectively, and Mrs. Thomas Magee of Caledonia chapter. The 1947 colors and red and gold were expressed in the decorations. Festoons of large gold leaves and red bells were used throughout the room?*" Mrs. Frank Simon and her committee were in charge of decorations. Little Misses Annette and Janet Johnson, graddaughtera of the new matron, presented Mrs. Basham with the matron's pin and a gift. * Dring the evening Mrs. Carlton Minner, accompanied by Mrs. Ronald Clark, accompanied by Mrs. Clark, sang "Oh Holy Night" by Adams and "A Christmas Alleluia" by Gaines. Following the ceremonies refreshments were served in the banquet room which was appointed with Christmas scenes. Presiding over the refreshment hour were Mrs. Louise Baker, Mrs. Elizabeth Hare, Mrs. Edith Robesky and Mrs. Margaret Miller, past matrons of the chapter. Mrs. Arthur H. Karpe was in charge of the decorations in the banquet room and Mrs. Fred Gribble and her committee in charge of refreshments. Fruitvale P. T. A. Winner of Lecture Series Award HEADS SALE —- Miss Shirley Painter is chairman of a rummage sale being held Saturday at the corner of Baker street and California avenue by the Hi- Tacky Tri-Y girls. It is reported that one-half- of the proceeds will. go toward China relief. Miss' .Betty Gardner is adviser of the group. L i an attendance -prize given by Sev-i enth District of. California Congress < pt Parents and Teachers in connec-J tion with the human relations lee-, ture series concluded recently. Pruitvale's record was 111 aggregate attendance, or 41.5 per cent of [the school enrollment. I Second place was won by Edison' ! P. T. A. with 34.8 per cent of school j enrollment .attending. Williams, with 159, had the-[greatest • attendance but .the school en- 4 ' rollment in the city districts is ,larger than in the winning districts"^>p Other units that scored high were: Washington, 142; East Bakersfield High School 137; Kern County Union High School, 134; Horace Mann, i 134; Maricopa, Fellows and Elk j j Hills. Forty-eight units of the 64 in! 1 Seventh ..District were represented in the attendance, according to Mrs. F. W. Hort, chairman. Answers to a questionnaire at the final lecture indicated hearty approval of the series and desire for another nest fall. Complete attendance for the series exceeded 1800 persons. Gift Surprise From The Eastern! 'Stitch Mistress' SEWING Miniature Marvei! Baptist S. S. Class Holds Annual Party Bethany Marytha Class of First Baptist^ Church recently held its annual Christmas party, at the home of Mrs. C."C. Scharpenberg, 2300 Eighteenth street, with Mrs. Aurinda Gash presiding. Mrs. Percy Mills was in charge of the devotions hour. Chairman of the social period was Mrs. B. F. Fitzgerald. The group sang Christmas carols. " ; Mrs, A. E. Karpe, In behalf of the class, presented a gift to Mrs. W, E. Smith, assistant teacher, who is leaving this city later this w«k to live in Delano.. Gifts were exchanged. The 'hostess was assisted by Mesdames EI: rner Karpe, B, F. Fitzgerald, Helen Burroughs, C. C. Haworth, "William Minne^-, L. Lester, and A. E. Karpe. .Thirty-four members attended. Y's Menettes Club made plans'to contribute a Christmas basket nf food, clothing and toys to a needy Bakersfield family at a recent niepi- ing held at the home of Mrs. II. T. Loewen, 123 West Brundnge Law-. The session was presided over by Mrs. Roland Greene, president. Plans were discussed for installation of officers to be conducted ;.•; February. It is reported that a Ian;group of the Fresno Y's -Menetle.-. will attend. The club agreed to continue its monthly visits to the old folks" limn.-. A special guest of the evening w: t s Mrs. Robert Baiirter. The next mcfi- ing will be-held at the home of Mi^. Lelnnd Baker, 310 Chester avenue. January 2. After the business session members worked on Christmas packages of food and clothing for orp>"tiv= overseas. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Loewen. Mrs. Banes to Talk for Bible Section Reviewing Novels of Early Christian Period on Monday Novels mninly concerned with t linearly Christian era have been chosen by Mrs. Lafayette Kaues for Monday's, program of Bible section >>f Woman's Club of BaUersffclcl :it " p. m. Mr 1 ?, Banes will be introduced by Mrs. H. J. Frank, chairman Books selected by Mrs. Banes include "David the King," Cilndys Schmitt; "The Herdsman," Dorothy Clarke Wilson: "The Naznrene," i Shalom Asch: "The Apostle," Shalom j Asch; "Behold Your King-." Florence Bauer; "The Robe," Iwloyd Douglas: "Scarlet Lily," Edward Murphy: "Road from Olivet"; :"Emperor's Physician," J. R. Perkins; "The Brother," Dorothy Wilson; "Kins Jesus," Robert Graves: "Barabbas," Emery Bekessy; and "Mary and ili« Spinners," Elizabeth Frost. It Actually Sews! It was designed for little girls, but their big sisters want it, too! No wonder .,. for it's light and 'portable and really sews beautifully. Each machine is boxed and ready to use ... it even conies with cloth and thread! « Chromed sewing surface • Easy Stitch adjustment • Precision gears, positive tension adjustment • Cam lever to raise pressure foot • Uses standard needle Christmas Purchases Made How, Payable February 10, 1947 Altar- Society Holding Rummage Sale Saturday St. Joseph's Church Altar Society will 1 sponsor a rummage sale Saturday at 8 a. m. at a service station, at the corner of California avenue and Baker streets. Children's clothing will be featured along with other clothing. Persons having donations may bring them to the home of Mrs. j •William H. O'Brien, '3227 Oregon j street. Proceeds will go Into the i fund for building a new Catholic j hjgh school to be known as Gardes { Memorial High School, in Alta Vista i tract. Carroll Sisters Announce Fashion and Beauty Clinic January J3-10 "Finishing School for Women of ALL Ages" Call MHS. JOHN COXROY for Heucrvrttlon*, 6-8 i*. M. Perfect Clirl'tnias Gift for You or Tour Daughter always rollevn zors throat eougtis—ashing muselvs of Cold-clogged nose opens with 2 drops in each noa- tril,youfeel batterquirk. Use only as directed. Get PENETRO NOSE DROPS VISION IS VITAL! ON C a i D I T i N T8R28T I X T B A t CALL !N AND HAVfi YOU8 EYES EXAMiNEDI *Your Broken Lens DUPLICATED! Prompt Service! *Corry an EXTRA PAIR of GLASSES With You! *Glasses Made to Your OWN Prescription! *Your Credit Is GOOD! Open an Account! Your Eyes are Your Mojf Predoos Possession. Safeguard them by visiting on OPTOMETRIST at least every six months! Vision It Vital! 1529 NINETEENTH BAKERSFIELD -If you'Te- abort of cash and haven't finished your shopping the best solution may be to see "Personal," the company that likes to say YES toucan requests—no matter -how smal! the amount ($25. $50, $500 or more) nor;bow quickly It's needed. -We don't waste time in deciding to make the loan—it's YES 4 times out of 5. Loans inadc on salary only, auto, truck or furniture. Outsiders not involved. Everybody welcome—men and women, married or single. Come in or phone—today. 1434 NINETEENTH STREET o BAKERSFiEIS OFFICES CONVENIENTLY LOCATED ON THE MAIN FlOO* FINANCE CO, Bakwtffeld . Room 340 Sill Building , . £508 Eighteenth Street , Under'the Big Coca-Cola Sign Phoh«'8-6595 WALT VERHAAG, Manager Go rap any that rlkes ;to say FERTILIZER 17-7-0 (0-17-0) Any Quantity POTATO DIP ALFALFA SEED Lockhart Seed .Co. Seeds, insecticides. Fertilizer 613 East Eighteenth Phone 8-8497 "WHERE QUALITY COUNTS" CHRISTMAS PERMANENTS Evenings by 'Appointment PEARL'S BEAUTY SHOP 301 East Nineteenth Street Phone" 4-4189

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