The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 12, 1946 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, December 12, 1946
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Mrs/ Butler Assuming Worthy Matron Berth "Public-installation will beiheld at 8 p. m. Saturday in. Masonic temple by Security Chapter No. 426, Order of the Eastern Star, with Mrs. John T. Butler, seated as worthy matron and JTrank M. Wilkson, worthy pa- tron. Mrs. C. M. Walsh, retiring-worthy matron, and Gorman Farnham. outgoing' worthy patron, will be the installing officers. A program has been arranged for the evening and refreshments will be served. " Other elective officers include Mrs. Martin Donnallan .associate matron; Robert E. Harrison, associate patron; Mrs. Carl Rummlch, secretary; Mrs. Frank M. Wilkson, treasurer; Mrs. Frank P. Davfs, conductress, and Mrs. -Kenneth .Hartin, associate conductress, -with the following appointive officers to be installed: Mrs. Louella Butler, chaplain; Mrs. Ernest Hunter, marshal;' Mrs. Richard J. Luter, organist; Mrs. Agnes Drury, •warder; Mrs.'Blanche'Dillon, sentinel; Mrs. Dewey Horton, flagbearer; Mrs. Robert E. Harrison, Adah; Mrs. Dale Easter, Ruth; Mrs. James Dresser, Esther; Mi;s. Gunnar Petersen, Martha, and Mrs. Lola Ross, Electa, Camp Fire Group to Bring Shut-ins Cheer Kopa Nuta Camp Fire group of Washington Junior High School has taken as its yearly project a' cheer program, for Bakersfleld Hospital. For Christmas they will make tray favors filled with candy.for the patients and will sing Christmas carols. They are planning ot write to girls In other countries and would like to adopt ah. orphan to clothe and help put through school. Members also are planning a rummage sale and hope' to use the money to outfit a child. Mrs. Charles Fuller is guardian. «jf the, group. Members are Mary Fuller,' Denise GossT Trussie Steinhouse, , /Barbara Gelb, Marion McKenney,, .Marilyn Brown, Virginia Eexroth.'and Joanne. Long. Captain Hall Home; Concludes Service , Captain. Patricia Hal!, the daugh- "ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hall, 2400 La Siesta Drive, has just been separated from the army at Mitchell Field, New York, and is again at home in Bakersfield; Captain Hall, an alumna of Bakersfield High School and Junior College, was with, the nurses corps of the army air forces. ' She entered -the army on April 1'4, 1944, and spent much of lier time at-Stockton, In after-dinner talk, across the walnuts c and the wine lard Tautyton, 1806-1893 of rich red Croix Royale Port, a bowl of walnuts or dish of cheeae, and you're set fcffdelidouslydifierentdeseert. Croix Royale's rare flavor comas from fine grapes of tha San Jooqoio Valley. To crown this evening's pleasure, buy Croix Boyak Port today. Croix Boy«le Preminnt California Warn tor CTCrypleamant event. Cn>aBoy«tegm«to Stock California Wiae« fta- truly grtct occ*gk»u. U. P/C State President, .Oth§rs"Are;^onoi:ed;a 7 t;' Lovely Christmas Lunchepri Held at Transplanting- her hearers to the deep south -by the vividness of her description, Mrs. Dudley Tappan, Lodl, head of United Daughters ot Confedei-acy for the state of California, reviewed a national convention in Jackson, Miss., for Mildred Lee chapter Wednesday, The' occasion was a Christmas luncheon' at Stockdale Golf and • Country Club, presided over by Mrs. Mary Alice Roach, president, and attended by several special guests in addition to a large representation of members. Among the visitors besides Mrs. Tappan were Mrs. A. K. Bullock, past state president lro-n Santa Monica and Mrs. Virginia. Hamilton of Los Angeles, house guests of Mrs. Gloanah Ball Behan. Mrs. Tappan gave the light moments of convention as well as the business features, telling of gay play days, trips and social functions. She mentioned the ardent interest of young people in the V. D. C. program and predicted that its. influence will heighten -with the coming of the years. The meeting, the fifty-third general convention, was attended by 1000 persons and marked the first time one chapter has entertained, alone. The hostess unit was William D. Holder chapter, of Jackson. In the talks o'f convention speakers, it was brought out that the war between the states was not a war against the government, but for rights as-laid down in the United States Constitution. In passing "she also called attention to the fact that slave owning prevailed in the north as well as the south and that Genera! Lee's people's slaves -were liberated ahead of the general freeing of slaves In the north.. That pensions iwere still being paid as-late as' 1917 to' mercenaries" Jiired by the north to subjugate, the south,, was a. point brought 'out. * Mrs. Tappen told of .Mrs. -Edgar "R'asem's prominence, as California's chairman of Jeffersoa Davis High-, way committee, at the highway dinner; Mrs. Wasem occupied 3. seat of honor at the ' head, table. Mrs. Wasem' was called upon by Mrs. Roaeh, and presented a progress report on the work -in California. „ The state president told of projects on the state and national level, the report showing that the U. 33. C.'s not only keep -alive the, traditions and history ot the past but carry on a vital program of philanthropy and service in'the present. Mrs. Bullock spoke briefly, ex,pressing gratitude to Mildred Lee chapter for its magnificent war. work, accomplished during-the years she was state president, and spoke in behalf of the • Randolph Relief project. " Announcement was made of the next state convention in Sacramento with Stockton and Sacramento as hostess chapters. • Mrs. Roach pledged full support of. Mildred Lee chapter to .the national and state program* and reported on the strides of progress in this direction made so far, including generous personal checks- for Christmas spending to _ five aged confederate women. She .announced a silver tea January 19 at the home of Mrs, Hugh Lambeth. Dotted with Confederate flags, and centered with a mound of greenery, narcissus and crossed Confederate and United States , flags, the luncheon tables w^re handsomely appointed. Foliage 1 -with .berries, so effective for December decorating, added its brightness to the scene. ,, '"•'•' Set for onight Girls' Athletic Association executive board at the Bakersfield High School will hold a ."semi-formal Christmas tariquet tonight at 7 o'clock at Hotel El.Tejon. Miss Florence, Montgomery, president, will welcome -the -guests and .will introduce Miss Patricia Cashel, i faculty '.adviser-- forj G. "A. A., who '•will distribute gifts exchanged by the girls. . - Ked and green streamers will surround the table centerpiece of holly. Miniature Santa Clauses of cardboard will be used as place cards and programs. _ . Califomian Thursdoy, December 12, 1 EMERA PARTY Emei-a Club of Libertas chapter, • Order ot the Eastern Star, trill meet { at the home of "Mrs. 1 Jease W. Beck,' 1929 Maple street at 2 p. m. Friday for a Christmas party. ~ Members are requested to bring a-gift to be exchanged and a gift for a member of-the Eastern Star Home. A Mountain Spring in Your Home!> f MROWHUD SPRING WATER -PHONE 2-6391 ADVANC'E-BEVERAGE . 1214 Nineteenth-Street* j ,> j EM'S;-DISTRIBUTING' CO. ' 430.E?*t-Twenty-first Street Jimmlny Christinas just look at these BIG VALUES in Holiday, Fod'ds. 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