The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 17, 1946 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, December 17, 1946
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y, December,!?, I94S 13}e.pafeer«fSriii-<£a!iifimrfanii v%?5£fi v -: •'<-< f i K : T-v f v^ v "'V; l " : " ' *"*. ' r "' ; '~ '"->•'*.' ;' '"'•- ~' • "• ." SERVICE SCHEDULED THURSDAY A. WOMEN'S cozyjilush cpm- forts .with cotton fleece JiningV; Royal blue, wine, red 'or light blue __________ .. _____ ;.„..:. ..... _:_.$i:49 B. WOMEN'S draped vamp ; in ' embroidered sateeni ; Cushiorf platforms. Soft pastels. •-_ 2.98 C. WOMEN'S colorfully embroidered bengalinc step-ins. Soft soles Black, red, blue. 2.98 D. MEN'S corduroy opera slippers!. soft cushion soles and Heels. Rich" brown color only. 1.79 BOYS' corduroys (not illustrated). , Brownj sizes I to 5.' - | 70 E. CHILDREN'S darling bunn£ slippersi of sof t v shearllng. Natural^ royal blue, red. 3 to 6. J .29"F. GIRLS', tailored bengaline slippers. Mexible leather .soles. Royal blue, red. 11 to 3. j gg PENNEY'S MAIN FLOOR Lovely CHENILLE ROBES for Mother's Gift! So warm and comfy that she will eiyoy , every minute of Its long wear! Colors of blue and'rose! Sizes 12 to 42. ' PENNEY'S SECOND FLOOR For Lustrious Beauty!' 1 • Quilted Satin Robes *14 75 Sizes <tOT"42, 44 Sizes "i*,~, 16, 18 Luxurious quilted satin with dainty floral prints! Feminine colors" of tea" rose, 'blue and white! '. '. '>,<-,:' PENNEY'S SECOND FLOOR THIS STORE WILL BE OPEN THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2G, 21 AND 23 UNTIL 9 P, M. Chester Phone 9-9731 iKerr,"was "elected, cap- :iaia- of t J%he;,JEangere jtes' "succeeding ''' i "Members,; Parents,;Friends 'tif Camp Fire Are invited to Event at Congregational Church —Photo by Austin Miss Ellen Kerr ; met* recently at Chamber of Commerce |building. -.. Others elected were Mrs. Ipmer Davis, lieutenant; Miss Carole Nelson-, _ secretary; and Mrs. "Warren Webster,' treasurer. Those elected to the executive board were Mrs. Earl Chesmore,^Mr,s. Harold-Abbott, Mrs. Robert Johnson, Mrs. Julia Crease and" Mrs. E. R. Carlton. - She group completed plans for its annual Christmas party Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. TVillam llooney., ~ PEARL HARBOR FIRE HONOLULU, Dec. 17. UP)— Six men were overcome by smoke while fighting' a. fire which damaged .two drydocKs" in Pearl Harbor late-yesterday and for a time endangered shore installations. - Kern County Camp Fire Girls aii- nougce a Christmas vesper service for Thursday at. 5 p. "m./at First .Congregational Church. '__A.. candle- lighting ceremony will be a high-f ' In charge of the lighting and "extinguishing ritual win" be 'Hiss Claudina "Wood, Miss Dawn Rand and Stlss ilarilyn Burlock,. representing light of joy, love and peace, and Miss _ Beverly Buxton, Miss Mary F = uller and Miss Barbara Foote, representomg the'lights of joy, love and peace lor the extinguishing ceremony. ". 1 The program, announced today by ;5Iis^ Barbara Si-mmes, executive director, includes songs sung by Camp j Fire Girls, "O,- Come All Ye Faith- j ful," "It Came Upon a Midnight) Clear," and "Silent XJght"; candle- lighting ceremony, "O, Holy Xigbt," Eleanor Broline; talk by the Rever- entTJohn Wniteneck', songs by the directed by Mrs. Harold Burt, "Bring a Torch." Jeanette Isabelie'(French carol); "Peace on Earth," .(Slovak carol). Two radio programs are planned, the first for Wednesday at 6 p. m. over radio station KERX with members o.f Ge-TJp-Ka Horizon Club presenting their chorus in Christmas songs,'directed by Miss Eleanor Broline. Mrs. Perry Thatcher is adviser of the group. „ .. The second will be : a. program at 10:30 a. m., December 21, by Soan- getha Camp 'Fire Girls of Standard School with Mrs. Josephine Knowles as the guardian. Books of Early Christian Era Given Splendid Review Particularly apropos for this sea- to picture of .Herod and presents Mary symbol of searching in tne as a SOU OL til6 yOfl,l*j 13 do mainly with early ^Christian dark. times, highlighted by a study of Frost's "Mary and, tire Spinners," were reviewed by Mrs. Lafayette he left off in said. "Emperor s Physician ..< its .anajor weakness, the fact In "Road from Olivet," Edward Murphy takes on the story where Srarlet -Lly," she that its 'people are never very real, she. Banes for Bible section of "Woman's Club of Bakersfield Monday in the clubhouse. To provide background i thinks^' "The Brother" is by Dor- for the New Testament portion, she ot j)y "Wilson, author "The Herds up the life analyzed biographies of David and 1 Amos. Of Gladys Schmitt's man" .and takes James, brother of the Jesus, of who "David the doubted the divinity oE Christ until King," she saW it might represent late in his lire, the title figures as "ancient man in "King 'Jesus" by Robert Gra\'o, search of a so.ul." She called it wel! will be sure to offend the orthodox, Hyltori-Almgren Rites Are Held at Nazarene Church Announcement is being made "this week' of,the marriage of Miss Wanda Juanita Hvlton, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hylton of 716 "Eye" street, to George E. Almgren, the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Almgren of 10B Lincoln street. Vows ware repeated December 7 at S p. 'm., in First Church of the Kazarene- More than 250 guests witnessed the double ring ceremony performed by the.Rev- erend F. Arthur Anderson, pastor of First Church of the Xazarene. Mrs. John Johns, Sr., presided at the organ and Mrs. Ehvard, Robertson was the vocalist. Given in marriage by her fathe?, the bride wore a. white silk gown styled with ne't skirt and train. She wore a fingertip veil and carried a white orchid with, background of' white carnations. Matron of honor was Mrs. L. Mil- ton Durby, who was attired in a powder blue lace net gown. She carried pink carnations, L. Milton Durby was best man. Claus Almgren of Sierra Madre. Alvin Almgren and Leonard C. Hylton of Santa Barbara were ushers. Their wedding trip took them to Santa Barbara, San Diego, Ensenada, Mexico, and other points of interest. For her traveling costume the bride chose a royal blue wool gown worn with black accessories. Both 'mothers wore black crepe gowns with corsages of white gladioli. The bride was sxaduatpd from Bakersfield. High SchooJ .and Pasadena College. She attended Sau Fraaoteco and San Diego colleges. Mr. .Vlni- gren was educated in the Bakersfield schools. He is now office manager at'the Stewart Electric Supply. written and dramatic, but a failure as far as using modern psychology to interpret the emotions of its chief characters. "It is interesting but not great," she said, Dorothy Clarke Wilson's "The Herdsman," comes nearer to bping a great novel, she believes arid is worth reading and rereading, It por- irays Mrs. Banes sairl. While, it shows, enormous scholarship and while its author is. fascinated by the ancient world, it does-not admit the divinity o£ Jesus, but portrays- him as one of the. great prophets. Mrs. Banes believes the author might have done better to present a study confined to his great research In religion, rather than the biography of. Chris- Amos as the herdsman who t _..._ authored ringing, prophetic state- j tendom's greatest Figure. ments emphasizing social justtse and "Barabbas" by Emery P,cke=sy Is one God.^It not only shows vrhat forcps'snaped the herdsman into the an illustration of how an author may, unlike Sehmitt, employ mod- prophet, but recreates ancient places j ern " psychology successfully in novel- vividly, she said. j making. It is the story 'of treach- She toucLed on '"The Nazar°ne," j ery am i counter-treachery, and is retelling the story o£ Jesus/ and I dramatic and attention-holdinsr. The "The Apostle," retelling the story of j a ,,thor is facile in giving readers a St. Paul, both by Shalom Acch, in- : glimpse o £ how fate may hnnjr <m terpreting Christian beginnings and i one (j ec i K | on . "it is t!\p bpst novel faithviii-'.the-Iig'ht of their relation yet written on Barabbas am! por- •Hat* to Jewish faith and life. She called ; ravs competently the eternal theme them both fine books. Bovvers' "Be-! of "violence versus love, she said, bond Tour King," presents a. new i j ri> ,_ 1^,,,^ ,-IOSIH! her hour with and different interpretation-of the ' a rev | e%v O f the Unely story by life of Jesus, and "The Robe" {Doug- j Elizabeth j-ms't "Mnrv anil (ho las) is a portrait haling ,ts key ! s t ilnnei-s." wbUh portra''« what bap- theme, what happened to tb» robe ' ppncd t n the five sirlf with whom of JPSUS, she said. "Seal-let Lily" w j. t ,. rtlV .,, in the tomnlf, when (t-dward Murphy) being the story oC j a n i ompnt of Misp.-usion in titnu' Mary Magadalpne, is a delicate , Cam6i with U)e binh of rllrfst . sllp theme handled with groat taste, the j callpd it ol , p of thp , nost Px r,uisite reviewer said. It contains, among j books in - ]ate chrNsian writinK. many other written chapters, a tint M .. s . H . j. Frank concludpd the meeting with a brief, reading on the SS«r«<"' i^-.v ^r^ x x^ 4£> SSS£ VALUETESTEI) 1 AND PROVED CUDAHY PURITAN For an' especially exciting Christmas dinner—serve-a beautiful, • baked Puritan Ham.. Every tender bite has a delicious sweet, smoky flavor- a special goodness that comes from Cudahy's own way of curing with fine table sugar and slow smoking. So it's important to ask for Cudahy's. Wed at St. Pauis; Off to Hojlypod Pinnell-Bailey Service Is Pretty Episcopal Ceremony On their wedding trip to Hollywood are Mr. and Mrs. Roland Leon i Bailey, whose marriage was solem-* ' nized at 12 noon Saturday, December !-14,. in St. Paul's Episcopal Church. | Officiating at the double rinpr cere- 'mony was the Reverend Ralph Cox. The.bride is-the former Miss Margaret Lucille Pinnell. the daughter of Thomas W. Pinnell, marshal of the city fire department. Matron of honor was Mrs. Barbara <Grafeman with Wallis Spragiie as best man. William R. Grafeman -was an usher. The bride wore a white lace and net gown. Her tiara was trimmed with-miniature.pearls," She carried a spray of gardenias on a prayer book. The matron of honor wore a i > bait blue jersey and net formal. Her bouquet was of gprdenias. A reception was held at the home of the bride after the wedding. Mrs. Mayme Parks presided at the punch bowl with Mrs. Pearle "Williams In charge of serving. Mrs, Esther Campbell, "soloist, sang "O, Perfect Love," with Miss Georgiana Friesen presiding at the organ." The church was appointed with white chrysanthemums and candles. publishing of the Bible. Stork Brings Son to Frank Sills Dec. 13 . Mr. and Mrs. Prank Sill of Shatter announce the birth o£ a son, Francis Joseph, on Friday, Dec-pmber 13, at Mercy hospital. Mrs. Sill is the former Miss Claire Clerou,- tte daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clerou of 407 Quincy street. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Ben Sill of 3109 Twentieth street. 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