The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 16, 1946 · Page 12
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 12

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, December 16, 1946
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:P!!^pii§! on TASTT, ,Uee. 16.—The Reverend J." E.i Robinson, pastor of-theTStrst , , - . _____ v Methodist 'Church, 'was the -speaXer. - ^T.OWS B e <V:W.-CHma X ln g . llll tfABr f»f r T71n«f__»-« ttta** -m^Wli- +%-. <"TiXa n l*4 M « •»-»-Iii^j^i ._' —-^^ -^. „ . ,7'full year; of rEJasterif Star work, the • i 'final r nieetfngr of Buena ,Vista chap- j ter,' O/-E.- S., for the 1946 officers was L held- , In Masonic hall '15 _ Fellows. * "Worthy Matron-Mrs. 4 Nettle Smithe js, and "WortnysPatroa Earl P. Baker - presided. / ; Distinguished" visitors presented I were-Mrs. Gertrude Steen,-1947 dep- I uty grand matron of District 55, Taft , chapter; "Worthy Matrons Mrs. Beryl V Adams of Taft chapter, Mrs. Pauline - Barnes of Faith chapter, Mrs. Mar' jory CaweW of Marleopa chapter and-"Worthy Patron Fred Klncald -I of Faith, chapter. Also escorted was Mrs. Alta Kin- II «aid, 1946 deputy grand matron, of 1 Maricopa chapter; and Junior Past ^ Matrons Mrs. Eunice Skeen of Taft _ chapter, Mrs. Brma Farry of Marl- copa chapter, Mrs. Evalina Skinner ] of FaitlT chapter and Junior Past , Patrons Charles Walker of Faith chapter and Hay Dawson of Mari,; copa chapter. There were 27 past . matrons and 6 past patrons of "West > Side chapters present, / There will be no_ meeting Christ., mas, the Tegular meeting day of the chapter. First,meeting of 1947 was . announced by the newly elected worthy matron, Mrs. Jlene Campbell, for'January 8, when the Installation will be held. Under the good of the order, the worthy matron and worthy patron • expressed their- gratitude for the many courtesies shown them during ' the-year. All retired"to the banquet room, , where buffet refreshments were served from a-table where a-deco", rated Christmas tree was the centerpiece. Ruth Cannon, dressed as a , fairy, distributed lovely gifts to each officer from their matroiu Another table of presents to the matron and <~ patron were opened and admired. r usng as s eme Teaching. Religion to Your?Children." :- *> •_ j_, _,-, •'; A musical 'program" 0 by -'pupils •""of the school included the girls'' triple trio composed of -Perlene'tBlivens, Tommy Phillips, Yvonne'.Black; Kathleen Murley, Marlene i TolIe,'Ra- mona Sanders,'; Lucretia Scara? brough, Joan Pressley and- Janet Grubbs, under the direction of-Elsie Mae Olson. The boys' glee club, under tfie direction of Charles Jones, supervisor of music in the Taft city schools sang "Silent Night" and "We Three Kings of Orient Are." Soloists were Richard Barnes, Nolan Blair James Flaming, .Bob Differing and Jack Grigsby. Accompanist'was'Bill Thursday/ at7lO.-afm.' t to''assist "the juniors-in completing.iayeites.- , <; PrincipaI-Ros"s."aiinounceJ,,that"De--* cember 19_ thejannual^CKristmas program ; wqulil>ibeipresented, In.-" the -ot-tlte schdoli.^ith r pef-, formancesjln'.the-afternobn'tand evening. •> ' _V- •;= '..f't-'-'fti £'"*,"' ,'- ^ft ''' ( Christmas .decoration's^«n Yhe r tea tables-were/-prbyiaea^by-'thfr teachers,, who'/were-raJso''-responsible for the refreshments" ."which-were served foUowingCthe.'meettag:-£;*Sirs. -E."i J Undstfom- and; & Mi's'; r'-MUton Ross rsidt'''"" ,— Residing . Mr. and Mrs. ,M ri ,"PIasse J 'T»riibse'' marriage Tras*recently;rapl|mni2edt in "Kern? MethoTMsKjChurch. , ^- ' -' v c --n e, ; dsVghier of Mr. ,and .l.V^ Pascoe' of ; Roads_End. Shej^planning 'va^luncheon * Tues- TAFT POUNDMASTER WARNSDOG OWNERS TAW, Dec! „ 16.—A "drive against unlicensed, dogs will be launched on =. January „ 1, Bay. Hittte, poundma8ter,..steted'today. " Dogs confined to restricted areas" a§ well as dogs-wandering in, the' streets, will be expected,to wear"-. the metal tag. , Only exception,'" added Hittle, is the dog ubder six ' months of age. • - . = Licenses are available at-the city hall. Royal Neighbors Ex-Resident of Taft Tates Honolulu Job TATTT^ T>or> 1C T,™,.. '-ant, Dec. 16. eon 'of Mr, Lyman C. Conand Mrs. M. L. Plan Yule 'arty O JCL "HT ' ' yTV /•-/••* ""#"•"•• '-- ' New Of ficers ? * -- - ^- Jr '**? ~— DELANO,'- DeCr'tiB.^Eiectedvto servers officers of '-Alpha-Rebekah lodge at a recent meeting' vrere: Olive . Galloway, - noblel grand; Mrs! Irving ,-KJbbe, vice-grand; 'Mrs. 'Pauline Schaubrrecordmg secretary; Mrs Chester Beck, financial - f ecretary •and Mrs.- Glen Gore, treasurer. A- joint installation with " officers' "'of. the Delano and Wasco-Odd Fello%vs" lodges. will be held at 8 'p. m.- January 24 in Masonic Temple. -A collection, of $32.40 was secured for the Occupational Therapy •Has-'" pital at 'Tountville^ after six members from the Kernville lodge, Tiea'ded by Melissa 'Tumble presented a skit --,^7-^x 1 ^-.:^ - '\ < r •,! ! '; i a«:4ij ; ^yr^^Y'f t/*^ - ; i_J_. - m&t^ - ^i-^Nfr 1 >PBE>- BALCONY . . . Conant, 111 Olive street, will leave San Francisco Thursday, for Hon. olulu. T. H., where he will serve as personnel officer for the United 1 States Employment Service. Mrs. Conant plans to follow by plan, arriving on the island the same day that Mr. Conant is expected to dock on the army transport. Mr. Conant is a graduate of Taft Union High School, and of the University of California, Los Angeles, and during his service in the army did post-graduate work at Stanford University. His service in the army included a year on Saipan. STRIKE CONTINUES PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 16. (#>— A strike of American Newspapers S# d -<p- *• °-> Employes of the Philadelphia -Record and the Camden (N. J,.) Courier-Post went into ef- DEItANO, Dec. 16.—Mrs.-Herbert Cheevers of rural"Delano will head the local Royal Neighbors Lodge for the coming yeaj, it was ' announced today. Assisting her will be Mrs. J. B. Reed, vice-oracle; Mrs. Harry Gobdell, chancellor; Mrs.^V. Allen, recorder; Mrs. Katherine Mahan, receiver; Mrs. Lawrence'Boett- cher, marshal; Mrs. Bernice -Harwood, inner sentinel; Mus. Sydney Sellers, outer sentinel-, and Mrs. George Hiett, manager. Installation will be at S <p. m., January 16 with Laurine Boettcher, junior past oracle,, as installing officer. Mrs. Marion Sloan will be installing musician. Annual Christmas party will be held December 19 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall, and will be preceded by a no host dinner. There will be an exchange of gifts. Kernville Rebekahs, Fete Mrs. Jorgensen -.-, „ „„„„ i]1LU KERNVILUS, Dec. 16.—Honoring its fortieth day today, but ef- M rs. Marie Jorgensen,, district dep- forts were again underway between uty president ol X>>"rict 51 -" Re" ^ wanasement to end the) bekah lodge,. Mr Gladys Campbell, 4°£ Kernville entertained at a- dhiner party in her home recently. Mesdames entitled "Gl Joe.' Annual Christmas party; of the lodge for, children of members was" announced for Friday, Dec. 20. at 8 p. m. in the Masonic Temple with Mrs. Otha Masterson as chairman and the Mesdames Cleo Pearce, Elmer W. Harris and Ben Lazarus as committee mem'bers. ' Mrs. L. D. Stafford presented a gift to Mrs. Charles Doty -in "appreciation of her work as chairman of a recent'lodge dinner. Mrs. -Vincent Plasse .day in honor,-of the ladies,who aided at-her wedding' and reception.-' j 'Honored,guests will be Mesdames Pearl-"Bechtel, who* was in charge I of church decorations; Gladys'Camp-"1 -Tjeli;-the- pianist; .Florence Pascoe, soloist; Ida'B. Pascoe,- and Louisa JH: Calkins, grandmothers df the bride, who with ' Florence Pascoe were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower. Also included 'are:' Ann West- smith, _who '„ arranged , a shower, at her home; Mrs. -Bee Foster of Johnsondale who fashioned cake, centerpiece^ and Mrs. Lucille Pascoe, mother .'of .the bride. PROTEST JtlVING COST ROME, Dec. 16: (#)—Ansa, Italian news agency,"reported Friday night that a group of workers marched into the prefecture and labor headquarters in Naples Friday to protest against food scarcity and rising living costs. They were told by the prefect, the -agency said, that food shipments were on the way. B FOR A PERSONAL LOAN 50c A MONTH JPER $100 6 TO 15 MONTHS TO PAY Co- Ruth Baker at MembeV Tedcnl Dgpetlt laicfapce Corporation hostesses were Blain and Lesta Davidson. Mrs. Jorgensea was presented "with two beautiful end-table lamps. Games of cards were played during the evening The guests were members of'the installing team of Kernville Rebekah Lodge No. 365; "escort girls Ida B. Pascoe, Esther Christopher,'Gayle Walker, Edith GouJdln and Thyra Apalatea, and officers Meliss Trumbull, Ruth Potter, Clara Timmons, Pearl Bechtel, Reba Hager and'lrma Stevenson.- • , Mrs. Campbell and Mrs, Blain are members of the escort team and- officer's group respectively^ For YOUR Whole Family Slippers are a traditional Christmas gilt, always welcome" under the-tree. Everyone needs .comfortable slippers, dad, mother, sister and brother. You'll find a size and style for every member of the family at Weill's. Women's leather sole bootee. Fur trim. Sizes 4 to 9. $3.9i BASEMENT Men's burgundy kid (also brown). Sizes 6 to 12. $5.90 BASEMENT Women's white, red, blue fuzzies. Sizes 4 to 9, Children's embroidered felt; re&',wMte, Sizes i; 8% to ?.. r , MAIN FLOOR ' .'\BASEMENT MANY LUXURIOUS DUPLER PURS to Choose From - Advanced- Styles All Sizes $1000 - CFederal^ax Included) AT FUR SHOP—BALCONY °"A Lasting Gift , , ' r of Pleasure" Special!!! lively Russian Squirrel Eoeke $199 ' Make if a Mewy Christinas 'for your BABY S-S-Sh! Santa's cemiiig, and he's bringing something wonderful from the store that.stars in children's gifts. Even the youngest Christinas angel will be celebrating, and Mommie, Auntie and Grandmother have always shopped at Weill's for Christinas surprises JBVve a beautiful beginning for a lifetime of Merry Christmases from the tiniest stocking to kindergarten "oldHmers." For instance: THE PICKUP NURSERY BOOT. An inspiration, it beips teach your tot to pick up his toys, at the oiid of playtime. See Sketch "C." $1.98. THE BUTTON BUDDY, Imb.v's first toy. It's washable, nnd studded with buttons which will not come off. Sketch "H." $1.98. THE CRADLE GYM and CRADLE SPIN, two exercisers for the baby's arms and legs, and loads of fun for your toi. See Sketch "IV. $1.95 and $2.75, Floating toys for the bath, "EDDIE, THE EGG" and "SAMMY SUX- flSH. Both are colored with pure vegetable dyes. See Sketch "D." Eddie is $1.50 and Sammy costs 95c. "Baby Sandy's" FEEDER CUP, which will teach your baby to drink from a cup without spilliug a' drop.' NURSING BOTTLE HOLDER, leaves mother's hands free for-other important tasks while baby has his bottle, §1.50. G D INDEPENDENCE HALL BANK. A replica of the cradle of liberty for boys and girls to save their pen- pies in. 'The removable Liberty Bell is a key to lock and unlock the plastic bank. See Sketch "G." $1.10. BOBBY BATH BOAT SET, a set of four boats for boys' bath tub fun 50c. Just in Time for 1 Christmas Cinderella DRESS Popular "CINDERELLA" frocks for your pint-sized Lorelf, We've just received a large" "shipment They're per-. Ject for Christmas ^gav- ing. We have them in 3, 6X,~7 and 14,-and they jwon't stay, on "our shelves 'long; -• * • . $2,3G.$2.98-$3.S8 THE RAIN RATTLES, something brand new in rattles. These come in sets of two, teach liny tots to use both hands, and prepares them for new experiences in sound, rhythm and manipulation.. See Sketch "A." $1.00. EDUCATIONAL GLASSES, a. set of three, for health, fun- and knowledge. $1.00. MUSIC BOXES .pever fail to delight the youngsters—or their mothers! See Sketch "B." $3.98. FOOD-WARMER DISH, an unusual but practical gift, keeps food hot. Outer bowl of chro'ine, dish divided into three gaily decorated sections. See Sketch "£.". $3,98 and $4.50. MUSICAL PUSH TOYS. A favorite with little boys. Push it like a lawn mower and it makes pretty music. See Sketch "I." $2.45. TRAINER STOOLS which can be used as toys, making toilet training easy. $3.507 BABY SHOPPE BALCONY ^^

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