The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 13, 1946 · Page 7
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 7

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HOLD CHRISTMAS P&KTY Names^tfficers Installing December .18 •With" Over;ton Presiding At a recent meeting of Caledonia Lodge No. 486, P. & A'. M., officers were elected to serve the lodge for the ensuing year. Those chosen were: Fred C. Gilbert, worshipfu master; Awry J. Yancey, senioi warden; Russell V. Ash, junior warden; Floyd X,. 'Kimball, treasurer and "Waters W. Shugart, secretary The appointive otticers are; Eu stace E. O'Connor, chaplain; Wai ter W. Bearing, senior deacon; M Guy Walford, junior deacon; Will lam R. Sommermeyer, marshal Jatnes L, JECnudson, senior, steward Joseph B. Mart, junior steward John M. Wheeler, organist and John W. MacKenzie as tyler. Open installation will be held on Wednesday, December 18 at 8 p. m. in Caledonia -Masonic temple, With all Masons and their families invited. Arthur ,E. Overton, past inspector of the Sixty-sixth Masonic district will be the installing officer, assisted by Thomas W. Magee, past master as master of ceremonies, and Frank Hornkohl as installing organist. Roy B,myon, retiring jKorshipful master Will preside. A short program is arranged; refreshments -will be served. Girls League Giving to Invalid Kiddies "Help to make this a Merry Christmas for 'someone" was the slogan for the drive helfl Thursday by Bakersfield High School Girls' League for funds to purchase presents, for invalid children in hospitals. Any surplus funds will go'.to the Overseas Relief Commission^ according to-Iorraine lackey, chairman of the league Welfare committee. Green tags with a Christmas tree bearing the campaign slogan were given' to students donating to the drive. ' AT YOUR -[OROCfRS Fifty Members'Hear Original-gddfo"Sketch ^-\ Featuring Annual Fete; Gifts Ace Presented V:J Fifty P. T. A. Mothersingers gathered-for the annual Christmas party Wednesday in the palm room of Bakersfield Inn at g. p. m. The room was festive with lighted Christinas tree,,red berries and candles. Entertainment consisted of an original radio skit participated in'by' Mrs. C. W. Colson, Mrs. Hojt Gregg, Mrs. Rlley Hamm and Mrs. Frank King and accordion 'selections by Mrs. A. R. Hoisington, the Mother- singers' accompanist. Santa distributed gifts to ail, and the group presented gifts to Mrs. -Ray Borror, director, and Mrs. Hois- ington, with Mrs. It, MT.West^chalr- •jnan, „ making grateful ^'remarks thanking^ them f at then: -fiStls. fo^ the" chorus. ' , .' t> -,((>-- , t ~' •*Buffet" refreshments . including '-a decorated cake,, were served: T: General arrangements. were In "ctiarge of Mrs*. R. M. West, Mrs." C.'K/Ttfe- Closkey and 1 Mrs. C. H. Meers; Mrs. Chester Crisman, Mrs."H. T. Graham, and Mrs. Orrie Luttrell handled" the decorations. „• - _• <The entertainment committee'com- prised Mesdames C. W.-Colson. "Jffoyt Gregg, Riley Hamm, and . Frank King. „ Mr.andMrs.Voorhies Leave foj^Alaska Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Voorhies, 1014 Kentucky street, left Tuesday for Alaska to spend Christmas with their son and daughter,- Mrs. Joyce Hay «nd Tom Voorhies. They received word just before their departure of the death of Mrs. Kay Voorhies, Tom Voorhies' wife, December 7, in Wrangell, Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Voorhies expect to be gone two months 'or longer. Old Age Pensioners PlaftningjYjile Fete": To complete plans for a ^Christmas party December 22 at Legion hall, Old Age Pensioners will meet Sunday at the courthousVat 2-p. m. The party will be an old-fashioned affair with Christmas tree and, exchange <jf gifts not exceeding ,25 cents in price. Apples, candy and other goodies of Christmas _will be on hand. illSe^anfa "Gift ^Exchangei .tb'-Be Featured on Tuesday ' " Santa C!aus ,wffl, be present in person when ladies of the Lions hold their annual "Christmas party Tuesday, December' 16; at 8 p. m. .Si the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McCoy, 'lesS-Cammo Prima Vera, There will'be a gift-exchange between "secret lionesses," .and new names will be drawn, for tne next year, St> Paul's Altar •> Unit Names Leaders St. Paul's Altar Guild of St. Paul's Episcopal Church elected officers at a meeting Tuesday night, held at the home of Mrs. C. L. .Tomerlin, 301 j Eleventh-street Mrs. John Loustalot was elected president, succeeding Mrs. Harold Brewer; Plans were made to meet next on February 11. tgfre ffiakergfttlb Calilormatt Friday, December 13,1946 7 loyeTy linen 1.00 and up Chandelier neelctqea 98.95* lapel fob 85.00* Earrings 45.00? , Necklace 45,00* Adelt SlMpWn originals... genuine Czechoslovakia!! rhlnd* stones mounted in sterling silver* Jeweled scarf by Adele Simpson. 19.95 Cosmetic kits by Germaine Monfe.il in simulated alligator or genuine leather. Gold and white plastic evening bag. 22.95* Hand-beaded paste! evening bag by Josef. 50.00 Cocktail pajamas of black ' Forsfmanrt wool... a-glea'm with"countless jet-black sequins. Gift suggestions not JeweJeif lucite slipper with marabou pom-pom. 12.95 PERFUMES, COLOGNES, BY CARNEGIE • ANN HAVILAND BENDEL • ADRIAN LINGERIE, • flOBES BAGS, ALLIGATOR, SUEDE, tEATHEf? SWEATERS *Su2>/eei^20%/«fero/*<M SPECIALTY SHOPS IN CALIFORNIA •*•:>" * , ^ITOI Eighteenth Street Across From Padre Hots! BAKERSFIELD BEVERLY, HILLS GLENDALE HANTA MONICA WE PREFER YOUR BUDGET ACCOUNT ""• WESTWOOD VILLAGE 1 -ia. i. * * * -

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