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100 PERSONS AT ICE CREAM FETE > MUSICAL PROGRAM GIVEN BY CHURCH YOUNG FOLK To replenish the treasury of Senior Young People's Christian Endeavor Society of First Christian Church and at the same time provide an interesting midsummer social evening, an ice cream party and musical was given Thursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Cary. Diversity featured the musical contributions, which ranged from piano duets, readings and piano solos, tonette solos, vocal duets and selections by the Clarion Trio. The jirogram proceeded as previously announced with a couple of small exceptions. One hundred guests attended and the young performers were received with applause. Among the many persons contributing to the entertainment were: Steve Hoover, Dick Hoover, Bette Kilpatrick, Ruth Harmon, Shirley Bauman, Virginia Dolch, Dolores Toun, Evelyn Butcher, Ruth Shelton, Eileen Wright, and others. NOW IN ENGLAND Sergeant Harry E. Dillon of the engineeres, United States Army, is now in England, according to letters received by his wife, Mrs. Ann Dillon, and his mother, Mrs. Blanche Dillon. Mrs. Ann Dillon will teach school at Fremont building again this year, making her home with her mother-in-law, 331 Seventeenth street. She is at present visiting her mother in Long Beach. She was with Lieutenant Dillon five weeks at JUedford, Ore., before his departure overseas? WE Buy Used Radios Radio and Appliance Co. Fox Theatre Building 20 IB H Strwt, Dial MOBS LEAVING SOON—An alumna of Bakersfield High School with the class of 1944, Miss Mary Diederich will leave soon for Phoenix, Ariz., where she will begin training with the Cadet Nurse Corps. Local Girl Joins Cadet Nurse Corps Miss Mary Diederich, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Diederich, 3G11 Jewett Lane, will leave August 31 to enter Cadet Nurse Corps. Sh« will enroll September 6 at St. Joseph's hospital In Phoenix. Miss Diederich is a native daughter of this city, an alumna of Bakersfield High School with the class of 1944. SOCIETY Layette Shower A neighborhood group gathered in compliment to Mrs. Joseph R. Howord, at the home of Mrs. Nettie Waters, Wednesday. A siiower of layette gifts was presented and the gift of a layette from Royal Neighbors of America Sewing Club, also given. Msr. Roy Hinkle was the assistant hostess with Mrs. Waters, and they were assisted in serving refreshments by Mr. Louis Waters and Mrs. John Welsh. Games were played, prizes going to Mrs. Robert Roberts and Mrs. Earl Thomas. Others present were: Meadampi Karl Thomns Benson Manon Robert Roberti Lucille Cralu Children— Doana Thomas Maxfne Howord Johnnie Welsh Bpn Howrll NHa Gray Ollice Simpson Florence Churchill Shnron Roberts .Tlmmle Waters Servicemen Guests at Barbecue Picnic Function at Rosen Home Attended by 125 Persons •> More than 125 persons including many servicemen from Gardner, Minter and Kern'County Air Base and their wives attended a barbecue picnic sponsored by Bakersfield Jewish Co-ordinating committee recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosen, 2300 Cedar street. The garden was attractively decorated with colored lights. Games, dancing and informal diversions were enjoyed by the guests following the serving of dinner. In charge of arrangements were Mesdames M. Bierman, Henry Bernard, Armaund K. Strauss, H. L. Klakotf, Harold Zimmerman, Morris Weidmon, Morris Van Garrlck, A. Daniels, William Solomon, Harry Stanoff, R. B. Strauss, Moe Knnter, B. Shukraut, J. Sisson, Robert Strauss and Jack Landson. The men's committee include Harry Stanoff, Morris Weidmon, Joe Mendeloff, Louis Van Garrick, Fred Mooney, Harry Cooper, William Solomon and Armaund K. Strauss. Miss Ramirez Weds at Church Rites Wedding vows were celebrated Wednesday at 7 p. m. in the sanctuary of First Methodist Church by Miss Mary Ramirez and Private First Class George Westrope, before the Reverend A. N. Christensen, pastor. The bride, the daughter of Mrs. Helen Ramirez, was given in marriage by Frank A. Leon. She was attended by Miss Ruby Swem,- bridesmaid, and Miss Lee Nortquest, maid- of-honor. Sergeant Marvin Swem stood with Private First Class Westrope as best man and Joe Ramirez was the usher. Mrs. A. R. Hoisington, at the organ, played the bridal chorus from Lohengrin, and "I Love Truly." Thirty guests were present. A wedding dinner at French cafe followed. A wedding cake was sliced and served. After a few days here, the bridegroom will return to his duties in an army camp in Illinois. Mr*. Westrope was gowned for her marriage in a white satin formal frock, worn with tulle veil. She carried a bouquet of gardenias. For her attendants were chosen powder blue satin frocks, bouquets of pink carnations and shoulder length pink veils caught to the coiffure with side bows. Mrs. Ramirez was gowned in a black velvet dress. Sorority Founding to Be Marked at Party Tonight To celebrate the founding of Sigma Phi Gamma national sorority August 29, 1921, in Indiana, the local chapter will entertain at a cocktail party and garden dinner for members, their husbands and es- Presents Soro erg, Factory Representative Colonial Dames, Inc. Campus Make-up DEMONSTRATOR at the Store MONDAY and TUESDAY August 28 August 29 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. KERN COUNTY WOMEN ARE INVITED TO Avail themselves of this interesting demonstration which will reveal timely and authentic hints for added loveliness with the use of Colonial Products. 1506 EIGHTEENTH STREET "In the Sill Building" For • CURTAINS • DMAPERIIS • MUQ» Set ARTCRAFT OF CALIFORNIA 1423 Eighteenth Street OSCAR E. WINDING Back Ir 'Qlrculattuii AfUr I Tun «?HoUI El TtJon ^ Painting and Papering Service Phone 2-0472 corts, and a few other guests tonight at 7 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Smith on South' Oak street. Assisting Mrs. Smith will be Mesdames J. A. Vaughan, Walter Wells, Paul Shafer, Denver Smetzer and Howard Boeder and Miss Dorothy Snodgrass. A crowd of 75 or SO guests is expected. Members are Mesdames: Howard B. Laster, Charles Conklin, Walter Wells, Allan Stroud. J. E. Vaughan, J. Eric Johnson, Kenneth Ricards, Howard Soeder, C. B. Mandl, James Dewar, Frances Bettencourt, Milton Johnson, Achton Jensen, John W. Bracchi, Paul Shafer, Gordon Smith and Emmett Smith and the Misses Grace Hayden, lona Myers, Dorothy Snodgrass and Madeline Smith. OLD-FASHIONED REVIVAL Everybody Welcome Starting Sunday, August 27 Services Nightly at 8 PUMPKIN CENTER Reverend R. L. Wheeler, Evangelist DORMAN PHOTO SHOP 1673 Chester Av«nu« Special Rates to Babl««, S«rvlc«m«n and Woman Open After 6 P. M. and Sunday by Appointment PHONE 8-8793 GHARRY CITRON <•-*-BROCK'S Expert M*V Ouriiteed Watch ••eilrtaf BETTY'S BACK AGAIN—Returning to her screen chores as en.iy to If/ok at as ever, Betty Grable poses for her first "pin-up" picture since the birth of her daughter in March. The Twentieth Century-Fox star plunged legs-first into her role in "Diamond Horseshoe." Latin American Study Is Planned by P. E. 0. Chapter Study of Latin America will be continued during- the 1H44-1945 season by members of Chapter HY, P. E. O. Sisterhood, according to the ii.in The sort of frock that enhances a lovely figure nnd provides an opportunity for you to nmke use of your favorite rolor combination. Make it of plain and striped cottons or contrasting wool Jerseys. Pattern No. 868S IB in sizes 11, 12, 13. 14, 16 and 18. Size 12. short sleeves, requires 3% yards of 119-Inch material. Tho smart new issue of the mid-summer style book—Fanhion iias 32 pages of cool-looking, crisp new sportwear and summer day frocks and accessories. Order your copy now. Price 15 cents. For this attractive pattern, send 20 cents in coins, with your name, address, pattern number and size to The Bakersfield California* Today's Pattern Service. TOO Mission Street, San Francisco 3, program now boing assembled for the chapter's yearbook, to bo distributed in October. Miss Kditha Howell, who has been studying in the south this summer will open the year October 13, with S, discussion of the Bucarell agreements, with n comparison of conditions in North America and South America. On October 27, Mrs. A. I. Kllbourn will add a talk on Latin America Airways, an increasingly vital topic. On December 8, the annual chapter Christmas party will be held, and on New Year's eve. a watch party for members and their husbands will be held. Latin American music will be chosen by Mrs. Joseph Woolridge, for a piano program on Jan'uary 12, and Founders day will be celebrated in rhyme and rhythm, with Mrs. Thomas L. Nelson as the chairman, assisted by new members, January 26. Mrs. George Branch of Delano has been invited to present Impressions of Mexico, with emphasis on the dance, February 9 and Mrs. Horace T. Strong with show sound movies of Land of the Incas on February 23. Election of officers will constitute the full evening's business on March 9 and on March 23, the group will celebrate its chapter birthday having members of Chapter IW as guests. Latin American music again will provide the entertainment on April II!, with Miss Evelyn Wyne and Mrs. Keith S. McKee in charge. Literature of Latin America, with Mrs. Emmett Henley, as chairman of the evening, and a report of the state convention, with Mrs. Glen Johnson as the evening's speaker, conclude the season in May. The year book committee includes Mesdames Thomas I/. Nelson, Horace T. Strong, Miss Editha Howell, Mrs. Emmott Henley, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Glen Johnson, president. Resuming Meetings on September 13 Lavender Sewing Club of Women's Relief Corps, auxiliary to G. A. R., will resume meetings September 13, at Memorial hall, according to an announcement made today by Mrs. W. J. Campion, chairman. Plans will be made for a fall bazaar nnd other activities, Mrs. Campion stated. That Hoover Cleaner of yours is more valuable now than ever. Let Hoover help you take care of it with genuine Hoover Company service and parts. We are the authorized Hoover service agency equipped with everything it takes to put your Hoover Cleaner in tip-top shape—ready for more good cleaning. Register your Hoover today for a free inspection. Service charges are low. All work guaranteed. Estimates furnished. Take no chances with unauthorized service. CALL 5-5851 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SERVICE FIVE TO VISIT MEXICOJTY TO ATTEND CONGRESS AT COMACHO'S INVITATION At (lie Invitativin of President M. Axihi Caniai'ho, several Bakersfield persons interested in the pro-notion of racial accord mid international good will, will leave August L'S for the opening of a. Mexican congress in Mexico City, September 1. In the group will be Mrs. Horace Tillyer. Hugh I^owery, William Lee, Miss Sally Rodriguez. Miss Marine Antionette Rodriguez. Mr. Lowery left a day or two ago. accompanying Hugh E. McBeth and Mr. and Mrs. Eric B. Marlor jf Pnsudena. Mr. Lee lias received an invitation from the Chinese embassy in Mexico City, to visit its headquarters, and many other interesting opportunities are open to the group. Calls will be made on the families of several Mexican nationals, among them Senor Joaquin Oonicz. Senor Juan Romirez. Senor Guadalupe Konsaca, and Senor Rafael Angel Olvera Sandoval. Mrs. Tillyer and Mr. Lee will fly to Mexico City from Xogales. Others in the group will go by train. Work of the Mexican Nationals' center here has been widely publicized in Mexico, and is understood to have been a factor in the interest of the Mexican president, in the local group. Safaerfifielb California!! Saturday, August 26, 1944 5 CHAPLAIN WILL SPEAK IS AI'I'OINTEE — Mrs. Walter Kane ha.s been chosen by Grand President Kmily Ryan of Native Daughters of the Golden West as supervising district deputy grand president to El Tejon parlor. Druidesses Share Annual Fal[Fete Homecoming Entertoins Order at Local Hall Homecoming night as celebrated by Sumner Circle No. Io7, Order of Drnidesses, in Druids hall Thursday night with Mrs. Betty Dorsey, arch Druldess, presiding. Attendance prizes was won by Mrs. Herbert Gladden, and special award by Mrs, Dnve Hense, and Mrs. William Destifani. Refreshments were served by Mrs. George Davis, assisted by Mrs. Paul Tess, Mrs. Margaret Claflin, Mrs. Betty Dorsey, Mrs. "Ruth Steele. Mrs. Mary Monteith and Mrs. John Eyraud. The next regular meeting of Sumner Circle will be held in Druids hall Thursday, September 14, at 8 p. m. Mrs. Kane Selected for N.D.G.W. Honor At a recent, meeting of El Tejon parlor, Native Daughters of the Golden West, announcement was made that Mrs. Walter Kane had been chosen by Mrs. Emily Ryan. grand president of Native Daughters of the Golden West, as supervising district deputy grand president to Kl Tejon parlor. The honor follows several important posts in the order filled by Mrs. Kane, who also is a past president of Kl Tejon parlor. She completed a term as deputy grand president, and has served on various committees. The new appointee is the daughter of Airs. Frances Ansolahehere and the late Michael Ansolabehere of Norris Road. Eleventh Anniversary Celebrated by Muses Petty Officer and Mrs. Willie Lee Muse recently celebrated their eleventh wedding anniversary at Yosemite National Park, where Mr. Muse has been stationed for the past 14 months with the United States Navy. Mrs. Muse is a nurse at Mercy Hospital and resides at 501 East Ninth street. Christian Church Women's Council Is Active Group Among active women's church groups is Women's Council of First Christian Church, an aggregation of 126 members working as a. council, nnd through six smaller groups known as circles. Mrs. A. V. Whitfield is president of the council and the other officers are Mrs. L. D. Cryts, first vice-president; Mrs. W. H. Kennedy, second vice-president; Mrs. C. S. Martin, secretary and Mrs. Bradley Shelton, treasurer. Circle presidents are: Mrs. A. H. Hutchison, Esther; Mrs. O. M. Shackelford, Lydia; Mrs. C. If. Anderson, Martha; Mrs. W. L. Krecklow, Mary; Mrs. Ross Woolen, Naomi; and Mrs. James Perry, Ruth. The circles meet monthly on the second Thursday, with the eception of Martha Circle, which meets on the third Thursday. The council convenes every fourth Thursday at the church. The council sponsors a group at Red Cross production center each Monday. It also is responsible for other patriotic activties, much philanthropy work and devotional programs. Mrs. AV. H. Kennedy Is the ".sunshine" chairman, in charge of cheer for the loss fortunate members of society. Mrs. J. E. Stemen heads the Rod Cross unit. WILL ADDRESS WOMEN'S GROUP ON AUGUST 31 Chaplain Roscon C. Miller. Jr., ff Minter Field will speak on his experiences overseas atul will talk on responsibility for \\orld-wide Chris- linn fellowship, when Uniterl Council of Church Women meets at Beale Park, August 31. The occasion will be a 12:3') n'clor-k pothu-k luncheon. Mrs. R. K. Hoffmnn is the president and Mrs. L. D. C'ryts, program chairman. Participants are requested to brintf their own service and beverages. Dance Plans Formed for Sunday Evening .Music by Troir-adores de Mexico and floor show by Mexican talent, including three young men uho are former Mexico City radio entertainers, will enliven a dance Sunday night at Union Avenue hall. Sing- era will include Senor Rafael Angel Olvera Sandoval, Senior Miguel Lima, Senor Miguel Coboscobos, Senior Jesus Rodriguez and Senor .Salvador Villasenor. Music for dancing will be directed by Jose Silva. rXDFRGOKSOPERATION Mrs. Laura Milotz is recovering from a tonsillertorny nt the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gethoefer. Have Your Eyes Examined Open a Charge Account CLASSES • That are right for your eyes and your job. CONSULT DR. R. F. ABRAMS OPTOMETRIST 1507 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-733S WTTIRICK Representative Here MONDAY and TUESDAY Miss Marjoric Corbin conies to us direct from the Bullcrick Company, New York, to give you good advice on Fashions, color co-ordination and how to make your own clothes for Fall. PATTERN DEPARTMENT MAIN FLOOR Open Air Services William E. Long Returns From Successful Camp Meeting Tour Good Gospel Preaching Inspirational Music EVERY NIGHT, 8 P. M. Excepting Sattirelay on the Lawn of the W. E. LONG FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Seventeenth and O Streets sssas •^™*******^^

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