The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 25, 1944 · Page 7
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Former Miss Mutz HonoredJjyY. L. I. Mrs. Burl Harp Receives , Gift From Group at Social A wedding ftiCt was presented to Mrs. Burl J: Harp, the former Miss Virginia Mutz, when Young Ladies' Institute held its AuguSt social recently in the form of. a box supper at Jefferson Park. Mr. (ind Mrs. Harp were married June 17 by the Reverend Father Mathew O'Brien in the rectory, of Sacred Heart Church, Lindsay, at an 8:30 p. m. ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Schilson, sister and brother-in-law of the bridegroom, attended the couple. Miss Mutz is the daughter of Mrs. Beulah M. Hare of Lake street. She attended local schools ynd was employed at the East Buk- ersfield branch of the Anglo-California National bank prior to her marriage. Mr. Harp's mother ia Mrs. Korma Harp, also of Bakersfield. Members attending the function Included Mosdames Bhikc Hale, Margaret Stanley, C. K. Chambers, John M. Ozanluh, Harold Gross and Misses Beulah Campbell, Margaret O'Neill, Emily Birturt, Patricia Cesmat, Louise and Claire Richaud, Olga and Catherine Antongiovanni, Anne Villard. Mrs. H. Uadley was a special guest and little Miss Suzanne Hale and Master Michael Ozanlch were also present. Mrs. Chambers, president, will entertain the officers at a supper party Monday evening at the home <rf Mrs. Oznnlch, recording secretary. Plans for autumn program will be made. Daltons Home From Visit in Texas Private and Mrs. Kufuf M. Pulton, 712 "\Voodro\v avenue, Oildale, returned "Wednesday night from Mount Pleasant, Texas, where they spent a 24-day leave, -is guests of Private Dulton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dalton. They also visited Mrs. Dalton's parents. Chief Boatswains Mate and Mrs. Frank B. Wilson, in Los Angeles. The Wilsons, former Bakersl'ield residents, have been living In the south since November 194H. Private Dalton is stationed at Kern County Airport. Mrs. Dalton is the former Miss Juanita Morris. The young people were married in February at First Baptist Church by the Reverend Burton C. Barrett, and the trip enst was their first since their wedding. Amaranth Dinner of Sunday Postponed A dinner of Hakersfield Court No. 31!, Order of tbo Amaranth, planned for Sunday night, has been postponed, indefinitely, it was announced today. The event was planned at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Collins, S25 Eighth street. A meeting will be held Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Brewer, 2305 Seventeenth street. Mrs. Nellie Broome Is the royal matron and Ralph Brewer, the royal patron. BETROTHAL MADE KNOWN'— The engagement of Miss Patricia Stewart to Private First Class Robert Giroatix Hoffman, was revealed by the parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Stewart, U::5 Flower street, this week. Miss Stewart to Wed Minter Field RFC Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Stewart, 325 Flower street, are announcing the betrothal of their daughter, Miss Patricia Stewart, to Private First lass Robert Gireaux Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hoffman of Steinauer, Neb. Miss Stewart was graduated from East Bakersfield High School with the class of 19-43 and attended liak- ersfield Junior College for one semester. Since then she has boen employed in the office of Cullen Oil Tool Company. Her fiance received his: education in Nebraska; he attended Wayne's State Teachers College. Previous to his enlistment in August, 19-12, he was employed by Fleetwings Aircraft Company of Bristol, Pa. Since September, 1942, he has been attached to the Link department of Minter Field as an Instructor. The wedding Is planned for early October. Jaunty All-Wool * Sport Coats Sport coat, tweedy herringbone. Rugged, good looking . . . nnd a "must" for sport or casual wear. In smart blues, tails or browns. Sizes oo to 44. •See Label for Wool Content Handsome Gabardine Matching Slacks '5 98 Mandsoqie gabardine slacks . . . a match-mate for the stunning sport coat. Holds a shnrp creasr, resists wrinkles. In blues and browns. Sixes 28 to 42. 2-Tone or Solid Color Loafer Coats i95 Wear one of these snazzy loafer coals in popular two-lone or solid colors— blue or brown. A "inus.t" for cool days and evenings, and smart enough to stump the experts. Made of wool and rayon . . . for long wear and warmth. Sizes for everybody, 34-46. Sandy Nevin Shoes Already "broken In"! . . . Alert military styles. . . . First quality leathers that tako and hold a soldier-bright shine. Sizes 0 to 12 Argyle Plaid Socks The sports ribbing gives the lit . . . the bright stripes and nrgyle patterns add the zip that hifili schoolers insist on. Sixes 10 to 12 Part-Wool* Sweaters Pullover and coat styles . . . for school," sports or dress wear. Choice of mnlsie, blue, $"1 QO tan. Si/.es 34 to 40 -let/0 •See Label for Wool Content Smart Sport Shirts Well tailored with two-way collar that can be worn open or closed. Two large pockets. Long sleeves. Mirny colors. $O QO All sixes OtJ/O Cotton "T" Shirts In tan or blue . . , boys' favorite colors. Crew neck, short sleeves, «ne-pocket style. Small, $1 AA medium and large J-«W 1317 Nineteenth Street Phone 6-6501 Guadalupe Church Group to Sponsor Bazaar Saturday Much Interest attaches to plans for a bazaar Saturday night of Our Lady of Giiadalupe Church, beginning at 6 ]>. in. in the patio, 601 California avenue. The Reverend Father Joseph A. I/osada, pastor of the church, is general chairman of arrangements. Others heading the committees include Mrs. Amalia Lopez Nino of the mothers' club, Miss Millie Gallardo, of the Young Ladles Sodality group; Jose Lopez Nino, of the father's club; Roy Andrude of the boy's organization; and Miss Carmen Cornejo of the Vanguarldia junior club. As gay and interesting as Satur- | duy nighTs affair is sure \<\ be, the I sponsors insist that it is only a pn j \ liminary to the colp.hralicm of Mexi- j can National Independence Day, September 1,1 and Hi. However, on Saturday evening, | there will bo Spanish dishes pro; pared by the mother's club, including tamales, enchiladas and tacos; entertainment and flower booths in charge of the Young Sodality organ!I nation: music by the Mexican Nil- I tionals; bingo and other games in I charge of (lie fathers' club: soft d>'ink concessions by the young ! men's club; refreshments by the Vangaridia girls; nnd cascarones (egg shells filled with confetti) by the junior girls. ETY PARADE On Seventh liirthday Nineteen children joined Jerry fJiimble, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gamble, 51 (i flay street, Wins- land Square, at mi afternoon of games and refreshments at his home on his seventh birthday anniversary. Prizes were a wared to Toni Phillips, first, and Irene Hicks, second. Adults besides Airs. Gamble present, included Mrs. Hugh Wother- .spoon, gru ndmother of the, honor Riiest, Mrs. Wayne Thomas and Mrs. M. C. Hicks. Children present Sue Ptrnlr KlliH (Jumble Jerry i;:inib!p Sd; omas lini tnb.i. k vipr Br;tvdim \id Small Glori were: Dii-ky nrnmturk J'aul Hrayiion .Timrnie Thomas .\nncy Smith Ton! Phillip* Ciirnl.Mi HIM ry •illry I l*'Mi y With Hie Parkers Mr. and Mrs. James H. Parker. 017 Grace street, have been enjoying a visit from their daughter, Miss, Gone- vieve Parker, and their son, James Parker. Miss Parker has been here a week and a half on a vacation from University of California Hospital School of Nursing in San Francisco. She will receive her bachelor of arts degree in October. James Parker, who was here for the week end, is a student at California Institute of Technology, Pasadena. • • • Visiting Gambles Sergeant Herbert Olson of Mount Home, Idaho, has been the houseguest for two days of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gamble, filG Ray street, AVing- land Square. He will spend some time in other parts of California, returning to his base September 2. '41 dub Meets Mrs. Jack Slaton recently entertained members of the '41 Club at her home ni Oildale. Tim evening was passed in sewing utility bags for Red Cross. Mrs. Dave, Baerg and Mrs. Krna Andre were recipients of door prizes. Mrs. Leonard Ward of Oakland was a special guest. Refreshments were served later, to: . Mosdames — PARTY FOR GIRL JOININGWAVES MEDICAL TECHNICIAN AT HOSPITAL LEAVES SOON Miss Dawn 1'union!. niediral technician at Kern General Hospital, was honored at a fan-well party Tuesday evening by her fellow associates, Mrs. Elaine Cressey ami the Misses Betty Ann Heng.-ton, Jerry Young, Jerry Kellogg, Vhian ncngston, and Carol Kraeger, at their home, 127 Jefferson street. Miss Duinnnt will leave in September for Hunter College In New York to receive training as a U'AVK. She was graduated fro:n I'nlversity of California witli the class of 10CU The evening was spent playing informal games and listening to music, after which super was served. Miss Duniont was presented with a gift from Hie hostesses. Oilier guests included Mrs. Cora Mcrstedder and the Misses Put Lee Veni( e Larson, ~" holla Cull. Marie Klippol and Kdwiim Holmes. Uafeersftclb Californian > A "9"sr 25, 1944 7 Phi Epsilon Phi Chapter Giving USO Party Soon "Bii.-k to Si-liiiol ' will 1«> the theme dl' a surprise. p;irty "[ I'hi Kpsil«n I'hi sorority next Wednesd:iv niccht Fit t'Sd li:ill for sprvirvnifp and women. The fun will hfqin at Sr.'iO p. m. Darn ins is planned; pi \7.< s wil' 1'e sivcn. On Sunday t.he .I.i\.i iionr at 10 a. in. will he served by the Latter- Day Saints Church, and n < - !asstc:il hour in KERN studio will he sponsored hy Unkfrsfipld hnmch, American Association of I'niversit.v \\'"iiu j n. Singsplnition is planned ] with special music for the ti:;;n liour ' and supper will he served by women of SI. Paul's Hplsi:opnl f'hurch On Monday evening there will lie an S p. m. dune' 1 class and at 0 p. :n everyone will dance. Kel'iesh meiits will he served at the sna> I liar, (.in Tuesilay. the program \: an Inforrnnl one. with writinc. rind iriK and reliixlnu as the order of 'iu evenins, with a "snack'' in con^lu sion.' Thur*il.iv is ;i nnouriiTrl as the date for an 8 p. m. mixed splash party and 9 p. m.. ''horse raring." Refreshments at the. snack bar will follow. On Fiiday an old-time- daneo will be held at 0, and refreshments will be served by Marine League Auxiliary. An informal dance at 8:.'50 on Saturday will be closed by serving of refreshments by Zon'.-i Club, and at S:15 I'SO will be on the. air over radio station KERN". FRATERNAL I | !'"(luck Dinner i A potl'iclc dinner for the members i of (ho (•.•niton, Bakersfiold, Xo. 31, i I. O. o. K. auxiliary, ig scheduled j for l!:::o p. m. Monday, August 2?, ! according to Captains J. S. Lamb land Mrs. Nettle Portnoll. f'hnnt Oscnr IVarflon Krna Anilrp lltnry Vounp Rny r>;ive nriTV K L. Rittcri Leonard Wnrti "Oakland) Mrs. .Fames Home Mrs. Laura D. James, who instructed a literature course at Rose Croix I'liiverslty in San Jose during the summer, has returned to her homo at inns Dobrusky Drive. A graduate, of the university, Mrs. James is nil Knglish teacher at the Hakersfield High School. Slip has j taught at summer sessions at DAUGHTER TO PLUNKETTS Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Plunkett announce the arrival of a daughter, Pamalea Jean, Tuesday, August 22. Mrs. Plunkett, the former Miss Wanda Brown, is at Freise's Maternity Home. The father is serving with the armed forces in France. Both parents are former students of Bakersfield High School. school, which is maintained by Rosecrucian Order, for the past years. the the two A cool-lookinff two-piece suit to be made up in hj-fnvn tind while, blue and -white ir a solid pastel color clinmbruy and worn .villi n sofily mjffied white organdie or I'ique dirkfy. It will pive you a wcalih of wear for the rCHt of the .summer. Grand for fall. too. in »oft jer.seyH. I'utlprn No. 85l!8 ia in si mi 12. 14, 16 18, L'O: 40 and 4L 1 . SiM H. jacket, requires -"4 yards of 39-inch material; skirt. 1% yards. Tilt 1 smart new issue or (he midsummer style book—Kashion — has 3^ pages of conl- lookim,". ciifp new sportswear and summer day froi ks. and a<-ce.ssnries. Order your copy now. Price lii reni.s. Ill Pasadena Mrs. John Murdoch and her daughters, Klizabeth and Gertrude, are visiting relatives in Pasadena expecting to return to Bakersfield Thursday. The Reverend Mr. Murdoch Is remaining in the city conducting duties connected with big position as pastor of First Presbyterian Church. * * * Sullivans Visit Sergeant and Mrs. Claud Sullivan. 501 Lamson Road, have returned to Davis after spending an enjoyable four davs in this city with friends and relatives. Sergeant Sullivan has been with Western Signal Corps Motor Transport since entering the service in 1942. He has been stationed at Camp Davis for several months. * * • Baptist Ceremony Miss Pansy Irene Sears and Beryl Fielding Cox exchanged wedding vows at the home of Mrs. Louie Workman, 2J09 M street, Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock. The Reverend B. C. Barrett, pastor of the First Baptist Church, read the single ring service. Both young people are residents of Bakersfield. * * * . * Krturn From Trip Mrs. Claude A. Wykes, 112 Eighteenth street, has returned from San Francisco, where she was accompanied on a few days stay by her husband. She continued to Glendale for a visit with Claude Wykes, Jr., her son, who is an engineer with Lock heed-Vega Company. Before going out into the tun, juit rub a few drops of Formula 4 Lanolin into the •kin and presto—you have protection againit sunburn. Formula 4 Lanolin will also help give a lovely, healthy nut brown tan without fuis or bother. Net Creasy or Sticky luy Formula 4 Lanolin today Pt yaur favorite drug or cosmetic counter. L A N o L I N JIMPIE For tins atiritctlve pattern, send 20 cunts in coins, with your name, address, nat- tcrn number and size to The Bakfm/itlil Cnliforninn Today's Pattern Hcrvirc. 709 3/i.vsion Street, .S'rui Francisco .J. When something you've eaten causes simple diarrhea, tak» toothinf PEPTO-BISMOL. It brings prompt relief to upseti in stomach and intestines. Tastes good and does good. Ask your druggist for PEPTO-BISMOL when your stomach is upset. A NORWICH PRODUCT If You'll Enclose 25 Cents to Cover Postage and Handling .To advertise our new stock of lovely ornamental flowers and shrubs for fnll planting we will send free three of our choicest perennials to decorate your yard. 1 Belladonna Delphinium. A beautiful shade of sky blue, flowering in June and July and usually again in the fnll. 1 IJnse Dawn. Two to three feet, ilnre new variety developed at our nursery. Silver pink (lowers on long graceful stems. Very hardy. 1 Anthemis Kehvay Hardy Marguerite. Two feet. A free flowering perennial with beautifully cut foliage and yellow daisy-shaped flowers borne during entire growing season. Especially valuable for cutting for bouquets. In order that you may see what strong, well-rooted flowers and shrubs we will have for fall planting, we will send you these three bright colored ornnmentnls if you order this week. These are ready for shipment Immediately. Enclose 25 cents to cover postage and handling and send your request to PERENNIAL SPECIALIST 737 American Building Seattle 4, Wash. BACK THE ATTACK! BUY WAR BONOS! • We Prefer Your Charge Account Eighteenth and "H" Streets "Opposite Padre Hotel" SERVICEABLE GIFTS MA/l MONTH SEP.IS-OCT.IS DUFFLE BAGS Water repellent heavy silk. WRITING KITS Compact but complete. STATIONERY Especially for servicemen. PICTURE FRAMES TRAVELING KITS CIGARETTE CASES SEWING KITS Price Buy Now and Save The Book Shop 1504 Nineteenth In the Southern Hofel Building

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