The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 17, 1946 · Page 5
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sDa - - TAPT,, Djwljift-lBobetta- Baine was installed as '-honored queen- of Taft Bethel No. 38 at/eerenionles conducted" in; the-Maaonifc temple Saturday evening. . Miss Raines sue. ceeds Bette Lou Dallas.-' Supporting: officers are Nadln& Balsden,- senior prlncesiS; Barbara Knight, junior-, princess; Veva ICo- fahl, guide; -Ignore Blalock, marshal; Donna Heath, librarian! Thais EaKinrmuslcian; d?at,Shaw, senior custodian; Mary Jane ^Vhite, junior custodian; - Mary Ninkovich, junior guard, and- Jane Springer, senior guard. Also Pauline Gault, recorder; Hose- rnary Mosher,-treasurer; Jane Differding, Renee Vierra, Joan Linville Betty Wiens- and Margie Bullard! messengers; Gloaimah Rennets, chap, lain; SMrley Townsend, assistant recorder, and Nancy Johnson, assistant musician. Installing officers included Bette Lou Dallas, retiring honored queen and past honored qpeens, Betty Jean SIcNnttr-as guide; Betty "Jo Long, marshal; Ruth'Estelle Amend, chaplain Jane R'ennels, recorder, and Vivian Cheeabrough, flag bearer. Choir members included Blllie Autrey.-Arlene Black, Polly Dean, Bonnie Sorency, Mary Hayworth,, Janice Webb, .Mary Brown, Margaret Johnson, Patt? Walker, Billie Devine, Margie Blair, Mary Jones, Prancile Harris, Prances Graves, Cecile Williams and Jennie Nolan. Members of tbe Guardian Council receivingjjonors during the evening were Edna Abbott, guardian; David J. Gribbin, associate guardian; Elizabeth Hayworth, secretary; Mary Knight, treasurer; Pauline Sewell, director of music; Dorothy' Kinko- vich, director of sociability: Naomi Baisden, director of publicity; Minnie Kofahl and Lyle Dallas, promoter of hospitality; Audrey Eakln, promoter o£ finance, and Angellne Black, custodian of paraphernalia. Woman's $ub Sets Date for Yule Fete DELANO, Dec. 17.—The Delano Business and Professional Woman's Club annual Christmas party will be given Thursday night at the Woman's Clubhouse. Each member iinay bring a guest. - Club -members sacked the candy for the annual" community treat for •children. At a recent- meeting 38 new members-were initiated under the direction of Mrs. Vincent Walkup. The losers in the membership "drive feted the winners at the same meeting, with 'Mrs. 'Wanda Sills, chairman of the losing committee, in charge. -. ADVKRTISKJIENT FBOffi SNIFFiYi STUFFY DISTRESS OF OOUBII-DUTY NOSB DROPS WORKS FAST BIOH? WHERE TftOUSLB ISI Instantly relief from head cold distress starts to come when you put a little Va-tro-nol in each nostril. Also —it helps prevent many colds from developing If used in time I Try It! Follow directions in package. Students to Select Officers jynesday SHAFTER, Dec. 17.—Election of student body officers for the second semester will be held at Shafter High School Wednesday. ~An assembly Tuesday will provide an opportunity for candidates to speak in their own behalf -and to have others speak for them. ' Nominated for president of the student body are Robert Peters, who served the first semester as vice- president, and Donald Zachary, another senior student. Vice-presidential nominees are Jim Nugent and George Cooper, both seniors. Secretary nominations are Joyce Bender and Inez Wright, juniors. For social chairman, Marie Baughman, a senior, and Ferrelene Parker, a junior, are nominated. New Rio Bravo Choir to Sign Yule Carols ^ i RIO BRAVO, Dec. 17—The newly j organized choir, composed of stu- j dents of upper grade Rio Bravo School students, will journey to i Bakersfeld Wednesday to sing! Christmas carols around the huge; Christmas trees at Kern county! courthouse. It will be first appear-' ance of the group in their new choir ' robes. They will be accompanied by I their director, Yvonne Arbios. Glee ' clubs from other schools In the! county will also present choir con-1 certs at the court house throughout I the week. j SHAFTER STUPE PICK FOR SHAITER, Dee/'l-;— Barrie Burns wfla" elected campus -queen by, members of the Shatter High School student body \o preside ,o^er the 'Coronation Kail scheduled for January 10 at -a school election. , , „ , " , Serving the queen as- maid of honor jrW be''Myrle' ftoyal, Vho was second in the . voting. The' four "princesses" for the occasion are, Maxine Hall, Mary Lee Mouser, -Corina Elliott and Edna Rodgers. ' ' - •- < - • ,The Coronation Ball, presented by the Girls' Letter Club, is the outstanding social "event of the year at Shafter High. - The dance this year will be under the sponsorship of^ Barbara . -Lee, " girls' physical education instructor. ' Lafe Aid Bazaar Proves Big Success SHAFTER, Dec. 17.—Serving approximately 300 persons, and realizing a |600 profit, the -Ladies' Aid of the Union Congregational Church conducted a successful dinner and bazaar Friday,' according to Mrs. Harry. Vannatta, president. f Mrs. George Vannatta, bazaar chairman, reported the apron booth run by Miss Elizabeth Ingram and Mrs. Rolf Jacobsen topped booth sales with a. return of ?160. Bazaar returns were $360. ~ The dinner was served and supervised by Mesdames Peter Ohanne- son and Charles Burns, assisted by Mesdames Bert Hebel, Ed Brown, J. L. Hill, J. B. Henderson, "So! Camp, J. F. Fuller, E. C. Eckman, Dean Potter, Art Kadel, Pat^ Martin'and Eunice Guenther. W&t $gfeer«fteRr Calif Otntsn Tuesday, December 17,1946 5 .;; RIO . BRAVO,- Dec. -IT.-ML Christmas' program, i T>re8ented5by "the students under 'the -^direction' "of the teaching ^ staff presented , In ^ the Rio-Bravd»Soho"ol Auaitorlum at g p. ml Friday, "'the Iprogram^wlll open with selections by the school orchestra, followed by a.skit, "Christmas in Santa Glaus Work Shop," by the primary grades. A special -feature of the^ program will be a play,,~'-'Why the Chimes Rang," presented^ l>y the. upper grades. The" .story. e"xemplfles the true _ Christmas- spirit by_ effective use of drama, tableau, and specially constructed scenes,— with background music by the -school, choir. At ,the conclusion of the program Santa will distribute the. annual P. T. A. Christmas treat from around the gaily decorated tree. 20-30 Clubs Plan Joint Installation DELANO, Dec. 17.— Installation of recently, elected officers 'of- the Delano 20-30 Club will"- be held jointly with the Wasco and Shafter Clubs, -at the Cawelo' Motel,- January 8, according to Mervin Morris^ retiring president. - ' _ /,' District Governor Edward Bird of i Tulare will install the new officers, ] according to plans. " - | ' Present and future jBlans of the local club include the distribution of 10 Yule , baskets to • needy Delano families: a -ladies' night dance Jan- juary 16,. and sponsorship of the' 'spring Telays for elementary schools Of this district/ with Emile Girard as chairman. Holiday Jitters? exquisitely sheer f>- V Eighteenth and H Streets e Opposite Padre Hotel ATTENTION POTATO GROWERS Choice Forterviile Seed State or County Certified From Large Variety of Parent and Foundation Stocks Fertilizer Available for AH Orders For Information Call Bakersffleld 2-0231 or Zack Keck at Lindsay 4529 (Collect) a. NEED VENETIAN BLINDS VENETIAN BLINDS Beautify your home with. Venetian Blinds . . . Sfteel or Aluminum . . . Free Estimates without obligation. Bakersflefd Shade Go. 2133, THELMA DRIVE PHONE 7-7179 Overhead Garage Doors Overhead Commercial Doors "--- -.Overhead • . Phone 2-3795 Valley Overhead Door Co. : 2fl8l Verde Street V -- - s BakersfleM.. Distributor to. Overhead Door Company tit Southern CaUIornia 8s a Disease That Wrecks Uvfca and Homes If a cure Is desired TheAlco-Taper-Treatment Can Help You >AU Inquiries Confidential Phone 3-3144 day or night" The Alco-Taper Therapy BakersHeld. 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