The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 12, 1946 · Page 13
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 13

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, December 12, 1946
Page 13
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-;• DEtANo, .Dec. 52.—Past national," state and-local 1 commander of the ? American legion;- John' R. Quinn,, t\ of tbsrAngeles, was : 7>ost ^'tjjjifco,,. Saty JjigM-atthe JTegipn^all, when enib guests-.attended. ^r^ijufhn to De•<*' his ho! «e eof UDs.angele?. Harold gtiests who ™ ere, introduced were George Salts-. bury of PorteriUHe. first vice-com- -inander of the Fifteenth district; F. W. Walton of Exeter, past commander of the Fifteenth district; members of tlfe Justice' Legion post. ix>cal guests Introduced, were Supervisor W..R. Woollomes of this (iismct, Mayor William- Ferelli- Annnetti, Cooncilmen Harry O. Scott, Walter ATcClintock and Ernest J. Girard, Commander Charles Dawson, Jr., of-the local post, Veterans of Foreign ^ Wars; George R. Scott, fire chief; Otha Masterson, Police Chief H. Lee Martin, the 15 past commanders of the post, and former WACr Mrs. Ralph Shifflet, and former SPAR, Mrs. Cecil La Course, bofU members-of the local post. - The highlight'- of Mr. Quinn's (Speech was his exhortation to .the young veterans to, assume the responsibilities and opportunities of the various Legion posts of which they are members. Qiidaie Seeking Recreation Area —Sera County Chamber ot Commerce Photo CHRISTMAS CAROLERS —Arrin Sc-liool Chorus entertained the large crowds that gathered to Witness the Arvin Christmas Parade Monday night at Arvin. TheSfe boys and" giris, with their \vhite capes and hooded flashlights, sans-Christinas carols and other familiar Christmas songs, The parade' was snou- • sored by the Aivin Business lien's rinh ». - A Olig P. T. A. Tells Mrs. McKee to Read to Maricopa Women New Yearly Projects New projects of the Olig P. T. A. for the school year of 1946-47 are OILDALE, 1>ec, "12.—Circulation ojf petitions'to ! establish a North- of-the-Rlv^r "recreation district was started" Wednesday. •'Final plans for the program -were diicussed by the upholstering Oildale Lions" Club at a dinner meot- jlng Tuesd"ay night at Bertha P. Elliott hall.- ... Although tlie plan was originally proposed hy^ the Lft>ns Club, " all Karth-of-the-River organizations are now supporting "the movement. The proposed district will take in the entire Xorth-of-the-Rlver area. Purpose of"the district is to. ad- _ minister and develop parks, play-|?ii grounds, and a community swim- •*• Ming pool. These facilities have long been needed in the community, it was pointed out. The county recently purchased two • park sites, one of 15 acres, and the other 3M: acres, which w|Jl be included in the recreational development ^program. i= Support -of the) Kern County u- Chamber of'C'omiherce was pledged | ?-; at the meeting Tupsday night by Secretary Emory Gay Hoffman. Mr. Hoffman, guest speaker at the meeting, told ot his 9000-mile I tx-ip through the south, mid west and ! east, where the chamber's film, "Golden Empire of Kern," shown. Guests, in addition to Mr. Hoffman, included Jimmy Eadoumis and j Achton Jensen. Agricultural Extension Course and the Well Baby Clinic. The Agricultural Extension Course will be started in January. The date of the first meeting will be announced later. It will consist of a demonstration o£ spring tying and The first "Well Baby Clinic will be held some time this month. At the next regular executive board meeting the board members will package candy for the community Christmas tree parly, which will be held at the Oiig school auditorium on the evening of December 19. MARICOPA, Dec. 12.—"Christmas j party spcmsm-ed "of" the P. f. A., the 'Exchange Clubland 'the*;,Woman's Club, for community, -"participation. Social chairman for the afternoon are the Mesdames Pauline Hamilton, W. H. Huckaby, -Florence Price, llax Goforth-and H. O. Webb. Arrangements- for the program were made by Mrs. W. K. Peterson. Readings" has "been chosen by ilrs. Keith 'McKee of Bakersfield," for presentation at a regular meeting of the Maricopa Parent-Teacher Association, on Thursday afternoon. She will be accompanied at the ^la- no by Mrs. A. R. Hoisington, also o£ Bakersfield. The- theme chosen for the meeting is "Spiritual Peace" and included iiv the afternoon's offerings will be the singing of Christmas carols by the high school chorus composed of 68 voices. Scheduled for the school auditorium, the meeting will be conducted by the president, Mrs. Ouida 'Carter, who states that the business of the unit will be streamlined for the occasion. Topping the agenda will be final plans tor the Christmas ADVERTISEMENT Husbands! Wives! Want new Pep and Vim? Thousands of couples are weak,"worn-out, exhausted solely because body locks iron For new vim, vitality, try Ostrex Tonic Tablets. Contains iron you, too, may need for pep; also vitamin Bi. Get regular $1.00 sizanow only 79cl For sale at all drug stores everywhere. i "" them -t men^y g-warth J jgafeetgftelb Cah'iorm'an Thursdoy, December 12,1946 ]3 Founder Day Heads Will Meet Friday TAFT, Dec. 12.—Mrs. George Laurance, president of the West Side ! Council .of Parent-Teacher Associa-1 tions, has summoned the Founder pay chairmen from all P. T. A. j groups on the West Side to a meet- i Ing at her home, 225 North street, | at 10 a. m. Friday. ; Initial plans 'will be made for I Founders' Day, which will not only i commemorate the "memory of the | founders of the organization but will [ mark the fiftieth anniversary of ] Parent-Teacher Association. All units on the West feide, which will include croups from Maricopa, Fellows, Olig nnd Tupman, as well as, the six units 5n Taft, will be asKed to join in the program. P. T. A. TO MEET SHAFTER, Dec. 12.—The Shatter High School P. T. A. will meet on Tuesday, December 17, for its rpgu- l<ir monthly meeting. A student forum, discussing the relationship of {he parent, the child, and the school Will provide the main part of the program. Students participating will be, E<Ina.Rodgers, Barbara Fox, Virgil Bartel, John JCickel. Bob Teeters, and James Irlubble. 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