The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 16, 1946 · Page 9
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^^jf^pvjfiSggg^^p^^^^^^J^^vWW^^^^^i^^ Birls^eliwards Caroling Expedition, is . Scheduled Friday Night Presentation of 419 Hohor Beads was the .highlight of a, ceremonial held by the Odako Camp Fire at th& home of the" guardian, Mrs. Robert P. Klausner, 100 Qultfcy, on Friday. _The honors represented such varied activities" as papering a room, sleeping overnight 'on the grpund, caring foi\a sick~child, making and cooking'on a "hobo stove," earning Money for national dues, and making three kinds of scones. Trail Seeker's'pins were awarded to^Misses Frances Noriega, Therese Anderson, Maureen O'Brien, and Patricia GrassotU, all of whom ha u passed, the first rank. Woodgather- er's rings went to,Misses Annamae Armistead, Deborah Kluusner, Barbara Panelli, Patricia GrassotU, and Maureen O'Brien. - ' Plans for the annual Christmas party and caroling expedition on Friday, December 19, were completed. Following the ceremonial members worked on the oatmeal box cradles and stocking dolls they will present to sick children at Christmas time. Participating-In addition to those mentioned were: Mrs. .H. B. Gladden, Misses DIAnn Gladden, Barbara Burke, Marsha Barbeau. Maureen O'Day, and Lea Eae Ridoux. Schaefer-Harries Rile Is Revealed Young Couple Wedsjn Chapel of the Chimes Announcement Is being made today of the marriage o£ Miss Mary Lois Schaefer, the. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. .Scihaefer of Woody, and formerly of .Bakersfield, to Jack Harres, Jr., the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Harries of 1301 California. The marriage was solemnized December 7, in the Chapel of the Chimes In tha First-Baptist Church. The couple w,as attended by Miss Lorlne Harries and Louis "W. Schaefer. with Robert Hoagland and Robert Crum acting as ushers. Mrs. Lydia Seibert presided over the guest book. For the wedding ensemble the bride chose a powder blue suit worn with black accessories. She wore a gardenia corsage. A reception was held at the home of the >bride's tiunt, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Karrer, after the ceremony. JBoth ypung people attended Bakersfield 'High, School, Mr. Harries was released from the navy jn July after more than three years of service. He is employed by the Standard Oil .Company. PARTY WEDNESDAY Cour.t Berhadetfe "No. 1"S76, Catholic. Daughters of America, will hold its second annual Christmas party "Wednesday night in Knights of Columbus hall. Gifts will be exchanged: rtT. • . ': ~ . .. Inp in South; - :' At home .at 1669 N, street are Mr. and Mrs. John D. Stevenson, whose . . , marriage was solemnized November 'Mr. and Mrs. John Stevenson 16, in St. Francis Catholic Church. Their wedding trip took them south. The bride is the former Miss Cecelia Richaud, the daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Simon F. Richaud of Planz Road. Mr. Stevenson is the son of Mrs. Robert , ,__ teqntiT .fljjeet and Jofin- 430 ^Chester^aw - - • people -.-attended ^^.» c » w .«i«,i,- J .«su School.' / The brfdegrQom>fe r eryea' in . th'e European and'-Asiatic'-trieaferB for three years. " He is,employed now by the telephone .company. > ; "V"V Officiating at the "dpuble'ring cere-' mpriy was .the Reyfere"hd Father ^William. MacLoughlin "officiatini.itf'.the" presence of 150 guests, '-^ : lf {, -" £" - Mrs. .Befty Page ^presided. at-the" organ'with "Miss Rose ^Hashim," vocalist, , "singing, fs /"Ave MariaS and" "Panis Angelicas." . •_' /% <^ n The bride wore a white" saiin gown styled with.sweetheart'necklinelworn" with fingertip veil/ Sh'e carried-car; nations and. gardenias".' • For -her traveling costume Mrs. Stevenson chose a Beige suit worn with brown accessories. ' x ''-' , - V Maid of honor was Miss Rosemary Richaud, who was attired in a, pink taffeta gown. She carried'"an ,old • —^^^-^fcgy^^w^l^lMJJy .AJJV'll'U Robert Evansisras,,electeS-;presldent. succeeding Emm6ft~A": Hfenley, under -whose general .supe'rvision ^Tuesday fashioned nosegay. Bridesmaids were -Miss IlJouise Richaad and Miss 1 Claire > Richaud, who were gowned- in old rose and turquoise taffeta, *• respectively. Simon J. Riehaud gave" his sister in marriage. Best man was James Riggins with ~W. K. Hal& of Azusa and C. I. Ross; as ushers.' -T, A reception was .held at Bakers- Decided success. fielc 1 Inn for-the relatives ~and:olose " friends after the ceremony.- - 1 v- • > T « JL o "Goodby Mr. Germ," a film concerning the prevention of tuberculosis, which is financed through the sale of Christmas seals, was shown by Henry Robb at a recent McKinley P. T. A. meeting. A Christmas program was presented by McKinley students including a play, "It Almost Wasn't Christmas" by the third grade under the direction of Miss Faith Adams. The fifth grade, taught by Mrs. Ruth Haney, sang Christmas carols, The McKinley orchestra, directed by Mrs. Ann Mann, played "Silent Night" and "Adeste Fidelis." The attendance prize was won by Miss Faith Adam's room for being represented at the meeting bj the most parents. Mrs. Grace Coutts presented the character education selection. It is reported a study group series will be planned for Tuesday afternoon be-inning in January with Mrs. James Tinkle as chairman. The following mothers assisted during the social hour, Mesdames Lloyd Sears, Frank .Banducci, James Dewar, Robert Weels, Merle Burrow, Evelyn Shears, Fred Scheible. Henry Carr, Allene Pimpell, Paul Wilson, R. A. Sherin and Clarence Anderson, Mrs. Clementine Newman, teacher, entertained preschool chilren during .the meeting. , , 7 ^«,., rt ..^ r ^^^ /; .4^mBer&^'Fdmilies Will Be s > ViHffjd' tQ^efi&rate Christmas at Legion Hall •- fornia turkejr tpr r .Scheduled-'foF night's event is being planned. Mpre than • 15 reservations had been made by JPr?lday."~r v The entire "evening will be spent socially, ,no business-roeeting being scheduled at this time." ,. Informal 1 •diversions will follow' the banquet, • Mr. Evans has been .in charge^of hall arrangements and J. A. Schorr, reservations. Mrs. Marie Johnson, Mr. Henley and Don M- Rowe are on the general food committee and Claude-Johnson, L. "M. Kresky and Eugene Kincheloe •will fcarve. •, ; Gutting:^ Groups -,'Mrs. Birch-,Shilkrout entertained the afternoon and evening book" sections of American ' Association o£ University^Women with.a reading of the play ."Lady JWlndeinere,^ Fan" when members met in joint session, recently, at the hotne-of Mrs. Nor- j man J Main,' 925 Oleander ; avenue. ' Mrs. Sh'ilkrout wearing an appropriate and becoming i costume en- tered-vinto the" portrayal of , each character- so successfully thai, the play emerged as an Integral whole, and as Lady Windemere.she was a Twins Born to Former Bokersfield Residents Word was received here today of the birth of twin sons to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deacon of'L'os Angeles and formerly 6f Bakersfield, on Friday, December 13. Mrs. Deacon is the former Miss Mae Cusher. Grandfather of the twins is C. S. Deacon of 1316 Pr-arl street. ( Reception Given for theories Mr, and Mrs. Leo Karle wer_e s honored recently at a social function at the home o£ Mr. and Mrs.'Eric Mick- -<.^ ,.^^ vca.uuiui IGJJJ.UUUUI.IOUS, elson, 1226 L street., Mrs.' Karle is" -some in color, of the scenic wonders tho -frlfmn,- Afico T^i.rmrtn*. ^ri^l-«T^«>. of tilis Pnlintrvr VA "Rnolr 3rt Tp.iramf tlie former Miss Frances Mickelson of this city.- Her husband is the son of Mr, and Mrs; Jir, 4 3V. -Karle of Fresno. '-* "\ . Bingo was played with prizes awarded. A- wedding cake^and other refreshments were s€rved.~ ""_" Guests attending included Messrs, and Mesdames H. J. Montague o£ Hollywood, S. Stump of Fresno. ."W. J. Ahlfender of-Fresno, Anselm' Carlson, Charles Westlund, -Mesdames Hilda Westlund, Elfva- Johnson, Gus Carlson, Charles Johnson^ Belmond Turner, Robert Doe, Elna Johnson, John Oberg, Minnie Berchtold, Hilda Erickson, Elsie Hill, J. A. Blomquist, Signie Westerlund, Katherine Steele, Elsie Stenlund, Anna. Sorensen, Ano Carlson, Avll Carolsoh, Willie Carlson, Virgil Fornas, Signie Bentley, •Erno Fornas, Alena Fornas, Helen Stephenson, Irene-Buft,; Lena Walsberg, Herbert Walsberg, Verner Lindfors and W. H. Harvey., , ' Messrs. Gilbert Obert, Lawrence- Martin, Frank Fornas and Gerald Fornas, Misses Esther^ Truman", Nancy Stenlund, .Evelyn Westlund, Mary Sorensen, Ailie Marsh, Rosemary Martin and Allie-Sten. 1 r , TO MEET TUESDAY" Frances Wilard, Union, Woman's Christian Temperance - Union, will meet at 2 p: m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. W. R. Olrostead, 609 L street. 'A good attendance is' re quested. A review- of current books for adults. and children .with a- special emphasis" on those'- suitable for Christmas gifts,'was given by Miss Barbara BojyJ, co-chairman of the evening section. .' She " included "Where Are We Heading?" by Sumner' Welles, a 'commentary oh the American foreign policy particu, Jarly in South-America;?"Happy the Land" by Louise Dickinson Rich, a story of lite in ttie Mains woods, a. delight to those who enjoy their outdoor life vicariously; ,"Look- at America" 1 by editors of'Look magazine \fith beautiful reproductions, "Did you say FMNCE Mrs. Ralph Sanders New Club Treasurer Past Presidents Club of Native Daughters of the Golden-West, held Its annual Christmasf v party last jveek-in the Woman's Club tea room with Mrs. "Sim Dunham, Sr., Mrs. ,Ray Carlisle and Miss Lucy Super- ,tino as hostesses. During the evening ~ Mrs. Rlaph Sanders was appointed treasurer to succeed Mrs.' Etta Borgwardt, who resigned, „ -> * Timetables -were appointed' with skating scenes for the occasion. Pit was played with high prize going to Mrs. Ella Bozeman, low prize to Mrs. Hallie Bowman and draw prize' to-Mrs! Sam Olin. Gifts were exchanged and refreshments served. Those present were Mesdames Russell Bowen, Mae Williams, Edna Horn, Hallie Bowman, Etta Borgwardt, Kate Kincer, Ralph Sanders, Millie Phelan, Althea Gammel, Ona Moffett, W, B. Fote, Matin Qlln, Walter Kane and Ella Bozeman. THE HIGH-IQNiD WINE FROM CALIFORNIA Flatter your friends with gift-bottles of these glorious Franzia High-Toned- California Wines. Add to the zest of your own holiday festivities, too, by serving these famous wines &orn the winery where five "brothers—each-a wine-expert—personally watch over every-step in quality! - Fill your holiday wine-needs now—with such dinner-time favorites as Franzia High-Toned California Burgundy and Sauteme—and with such favorites as Franzia High-Toned California Sherry and Port! WITH MONEYFOR > j, Holiday Expenses SPECIALIZES, IN FURNITURE D of this country; \'A Rock in Every Snowball" by Frank Sullivan, a .series of delightful treatises jaiblch carry a barb in a soft manner, For children, Miss Boyd listed, J'The Rooster Crows" by Maude Per- shum, "The Strawberry, "Girl" by Ldis'Lemski and "A Child Is .Born" illustrated by Ruth Orton and Elizabeth Jones. - ~, T _ Mrs. Lloyd Snider, chairman o£ the afternoon book section, announced her next meeting for the afternoon of January 16. _ Refreshments were served hy Mrs. Harry Doe, co-hostess,'with, the help of her committee, Miss Patricia Cashel and -Miss Emma, Sandrini. Mrs. E. S. Ellery, who heads the evening book section, acted as chairman of the meeting. California^ Monday, December 16,1946 9 Zeta Beta Plans-Yule Party * : Mrs: 'Smock Conducts ' Candlelight Ceremony •AJpha Zeta Beta sorority will hold Its annual Christmas part}' "Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Carroll Hatch, 1431 Oregon street, according" to , the.' president, Mrs. Ed Kuehn, * Mrs. William Persel, chair- man.ifor; the "event, will be assisted during^the" evening by Mrs. Hatch and Mrs. Kuehn. ~- Gifts Iwill be exchanged and secret sisters ,revealed. The sorority is j packing a Christmas box of foodj and'clothing to be given to a needyj Bakersfield family. j * At'a~ recent meeting held at the j home of Mrs. 'William Lord, a! "caiidlelight pledge ceremony was | conducted by Mrs. Phil Smock. The gWa pledged were Mesdames Robert Barnett, Rolfe Johnson, Grville Cline, M. Johnson, Stanley Segal, Leslie Hackney, Leon Selby and Robert Toohey. The group voted to contribute to the Tuberculosis Fund. - & DAUGHTER ARRIVES ' 'A* daughter, Cathleen Marie, was born to Mr. -and Mrs. A. W> Disney, 2609 Lomita Verda Drive,-November 25, at Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Disney ie the former Miss Mariam Mandell. The couple also have a 4-year-old daughter, Phyllis Susan. Mrs. Birch Shiikrout PARTI E, The '41 Club - • ' " Members of "the Ml Club recently assembled at the home of Mrs, -John Fulf er, 61 7 Woodrow avenue,, Oildale, for the "club's annual Christmas 1 party. Mrs. Fulfer was assisted Tby, Mrs. Henry Young, A turkey din- 1 ner was served. ' , Mrs. Fulfer was^ honored op 'her" birthday anniversary. The*- next meeting is scheduled January 7, with* Mrs. Troy,, Moon as hostess at her, home, 121T ;Madisori, Casa Loma. ' Among those attending besides Mrs. Fulfer werer Don Tracy Bea Jones Res Porter RayReea Jack Benson Clarence McDowell Oscar Pearson Tiov Jloon. B. L. 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