The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 12, 1946 · Page 6
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gTjiursdoy, December 12,1946 is the perfect 3, Meyenberg Milk Products Co.. 1205 Buss BIdg., San Francisco Rebekah Officer" . 5 ,. """* * r ' -^.-, ,v.i 1 I f • • to YISI Mrs;KlleP;Kamed Chairman - * ~ ., • .^cv" 1 ~ j ~-o -- '^'"is T-.^-I.' */3 - < - ** „ r of Gufeans' Association Schedule^ To Attend " Meeting HereTuesday Sirs. 3STel!e C. Gartitt of Huntington Park, president of "the Rebelcah Assembly of California, will pay a visit to Bakersfield Rebelcah Xbdge No. 47, at 8 p.. m. Tuesday.in,I.p. president; Mrs.. [Walter" S. "Mansfield, second vice-president;- Mrs. .K. M. -Curnow, secretary;_Mrs, Ralph Bur- Ibck,' treasurer and' Mrs. M. E. ^McDonald, parliamentarian. Members of the nominating -^committee' "that- presented the'slate of officers .included Mrs.,. A. S. Madden,*jyTrs? O. -iV.-Hind- anaii and Mrs..Vivian -Hicks. - .- '" Decorations centere~d ,in a Christmas fireplace in which' aJ bright fire blazed. Grouped around the fireplace "were the gifts which members exchanged. -,The refreshment table Mrs. Nellie C, Gartin O. F. hall. Mrs. Gartin will be-escorted in by Bakersfield Canton No. 31. Mrs. John -McClure will preside as noble grand and Mrs. Fred Holmes as vice-grand. Mrs. "Leo McCullough and her committee, will have charge of refreshments and decorations. Plans'are being made for a Christmas party by MrsJ-tRoy'Halpin and her committee. ' - - - Mrs. C.JX. Fuller was elected chair- f costumes representative of all the man of-Kern County "Camp Tire»f-iiations-,in the-world were on dis- Guardian's Association -recently- at " an annual-Christmas i>arty ! -Jield in Memorial hall. Other officers elected were Miss Esther first- vice- play," -They were-dressed by members dt Jlrs. Hicks' Camp Fire group. Mrs. K. L. Hunter, program chair- tnan, introduced Mrs. Elizabeth Thatcher's Horizon, Club which entertained with' a, group of Christmas .carols. < They were, directed 'by Miss "IJleanor BfoHne. A trio composed o£ Rachel • GonzaJes, Lily domez and Helen I>>pez sang a group of Mexican songs. " Mrs. Mt-Do'nald and Mrs. Burlock served refreshments, assisted by Janet Hunter. -Mary Fuller and Barbara Jean Tracy, Camp'Fire Girls^ Mrs. McDonald presided-at a brief session'in which the new constitution was read,. It was announced that an execu- K6.1W. F it o : ife MT.OFK, For a delicious holiday treat, try new Union Oatmeal ^ expressed the Christmas theme with I live-board meeting will be held Dea centerpiece of. greens and red-j cember 19 at the home of ITrs. 5Ic- candles and a worded greeting, f Donald. -„ "Merry Christmas" as a background. Mrs. .Horace Pureell was awarded A large collection, of dolls dressed in I a door pi'ize. Quick-cooking flaked wheat with 50% more Vitamin B<. Robert/Haag to Be Soloist at Mofday fNight'Si Concert Eudokian Party Is Attended^ Crowd Sixty-five guests were present when Eudokian Class of First Methodist Church held a Christmas party at the church Tuesday night. In addition to program numbers previously mentioned, Larry Thornton played two trumpet solos, "Ave Maria" by Schubert and "The Lord's Prayer" (Malotte). He was accompanied by Miss Marilyn Brobst. Other entertainers were Mrs. Vernon Flaming, piano, Miss Blanche Patton, cello, and Miss Donna Clanin, flute, a trio; and Mrs. Flaming, vocal soloist and reader, the former ] with flute obligato by Miss Clanin. I Singing of carols with Mrs. Harry Gardner at the piano and Mr. Gardner presenting violin obligato con- j eluded the pleasing program. SALE FRIDAY Bakersfield Social Club, Order of the Amaranth, will' hold a bazaar Friday at the Clara Mae Tenner Dress Shop, 1100 North 1 Chester j avenue in Oildale. On sale will be aprons, pillow cases, tea towels and many other items. Appearing as soloist-at the sixteenth annual concert of -Bakersfield High School and Junior College or-! chestra, to be presented4n the East j Bakersfield auditorium Monday eve-; ning, will be Robert TTaagJ -gifted ! young pianist now in.his-junior^year,; at the high schoolT "1^^- "^ -' - j Haag, who for ll r yeaBS has- studied- piano -with Mrs/'Ethel- 'B: -'Mc-j Manus, made his~ r first concert ap-1 pearance at the age of S, when, | with the Bakersfield Symphony Or- j chestra, he played thfr^JHaydn Piano Concerto. Two years" ago, a freshman -on the high school- campus,- he. was selected ,to plajr as soloist, presenting the first, movement of' the Grieg Piano -Concerto in A Minor. In this year's concert he will '-play with the orchestra the Symphonic Variations by Oscar Ffanck, a .com- position demanding fine interpretation and" outstanding technique. History of the ( series of concerts by the students'- orchestra," directed by Harold Burt, chairman of tlw music department, dates back to 1932. Tn the early years guest soloists were invited to appear with .the group "each year, but beginning wiWi^ 'the 19"37 concert the orchestra has' feai ured'-student artists in the solo spotlight./*lid.' Baker, clarinetist, appeared that season, and the ensuing years have presented a list of young musicians, many of whom have" gone on to successful careers in music. Included in the roll are Jerj-y Derryberry. "violinist; "Virginia Mapes, pianist; Helen Burt, pianist; Floyd Stancliff," flutist; Maxine .McLain, violinist; Georgia Sagen, cellist; Ramsay - Munden, violinist; Doris DaviS, pianist; William Cherones, clarinist and Marc'ia McKee, pianist. 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LEMON OATMEAL COOKIES A delightful Christmas treat! 3 /£ cup shortening % cup brown sugar % cup white sugar 1 egg 1 teaspoon grated lemon pee) Vz teaspoon soda Cream shortening. Add sugar gradually and cream well. Add egg, beat well, then add lemon peel and juice. Mix thoroughly. Sift flour, salt and soda together and add, with the oats, to the creamed mixture. Drop from teaspoon on greased baking sheet. Bake in 375° oven 12 to 15 minutes. 2 J /2 cups' uncooked AUx-rs Oats (Quick or Old Fashioned) 3 tablespoons leaiion juice 54 cup sifted flour teaspoon salt QUICK OR OIJ). FASHIQNtB Fpr breakfasts of finer flavor.». serve Albers Oats with both I AIi the growth,stamina, energy BENEFITS FOR WHICH OATMEAL !S FAMOUS 2 All the extra TASTE APPEAL OF "CONTROLLED-TOASTING* More, "drive," more energy in delicious, enriched Crisper becousa they're doyi fresher and triplg-vrrapped. 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