The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 30, 1944 · Page 7
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 7

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Wednesday, August 30, 1944
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Homecoming Dinner Plans Made at Meeting of Board representatives of 30 service clubs have been bidden to the annual home-coming banquet of Business "and Professional Women's club September 11, at which time the silver or twenty-fifth birthday anniversary of the national organization will be celebrated, it was disclosed Monday night when members of the executive board convened. The session was held at the home of the president, Mrs. George Hamilton, 2506 Park Way with Mrs. Ross Wlsherd, Miss Betty Gould and Mrs. Aline Hooper as hostesses. The dinner will be held at 7 p. m. at Hotel El Tejon, with the past, present and future of business women's clubhood portrayed by Mrs. Emmett Henley, Mrs. M T. DeBolt and Miss Dorothy tDonahop, respectively. Mrs. Otis Hymer will be the vocal soloist. Special programs arranged by Miss Donahoe, will be at each guest's place. The club is planning a rummage Bale in the full, the place and chairman to be announced. Last evening, board members were requested to circulate news of the event, so that members may be savin* all types of salvage articles, in order to make the sale a success. To discuss feasibility of a business women's club at Inyokern, Miss Mabel Wright, public relations director there, attended Monday night's board meeting. She explained TAFT RED CROSS REPORTJP % WORK OF HOME SERVICE ON WEST SIDE TOLD that already ihere are many young women working at the new navy base, and that many have signified Interest in a branch of the club. Miss Monte Bedwell Invited members to her home, 111 Haybert Court for their September session. Mrs. Lillian Beardsley reported an active sports program under way and a successful USO splash party under B. P. W. C. auspices August 17, with Miss Leona McBryant as chairman. Present at the board session were Mesdames George Hamilton, Ross Wlsherd, John Hamilton, Kitty Hastie, Aline Hooper, Mildred DeBolt, Helen Frurlp, Carol Ryning, Perry Weaber, Miriam Kraywinkel, Alice Chaplin and Lillian Beardsley, and Misses Betty Gould, Monte Bedwell, Sylvia Minor, Thelma Robertson, Ilene Dennen and Mabel Wright. Delano High School Graduates in WAVES DEL.AXO. Aug. 30.—Two graduates of the Delano Joint Union High School have joined the WAVES and have left for Hunter's College, Ts'ew York, for their hoot training:. They are the Misses Theresa and Glady Perry, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. S. 1-. Perry. After graduation from Delano High School Miss Theresa attended Bakersfield Junior College and was graduated from the Fresno State Teacher's College. During the past year she has been a member of the Earlfmart elementary school faculty. Miss Gladys has just completed her third year at Fresno State Teacher's College where she majored In education; and was an active member of Phrateres, AVomen's Athletic Association and the Newman Club. UNCONCERNED—Frigid even In disaster, be-monocled Mnjor-Oen- oral Iiudwig Bieringer, seems unconcerned at being a prisoner of war. Civilian affairs head of a sector of southern France, he \va.i captured by troops of n-n airborne task force near Ijpmuy. Texas Girl Marries Pvt. Frank Edwards TAKT, .\\IK. P.O.—\Vun1 has been received horn <.f Hie marriase oC Private Kirst C'l.i.s Knrnk Hay J-Jil- wavds, sun uf Mi', and Mrs. K. A. Kdwiinls nf ]ns Ruse avi'iiui', t» Miss Patsy Jones nC Armirillo. Texas, on .AiiBiist 11, r.'-'.l. The c'rremony took placp .-it .\inai-illu. I'rivatn First <;iais Kdwavds is an aviation technicia. . having reerivod his training in aviation •mechanics at the headquarters technician school at Aniarillo Army Air Field, Cfje Saberufielb CaMotninn Wednesday, August 30, 1944 7 R«l»ve« smarting torment and covers with protecting eoaf. Generous tupply costs little. MEXSANA SOOTHING MEDICATED POWDER TAFT, Aug. 30.—A report oC the home service o£ the l-'cst Side chapter of the American Red Cross has been compiled by Mrs. Frieda Cow- Eer, chairman, to show the local citizens the real picture of the services Riven enlisted men and their families. Working with Mrs. Cowger are eeven trained home service workers who are capable of interviewing applicants, working out solutions of their problems, and giving the necessary aid. During the month of July there were 149 office calls and 6!f home visits made. A total of 90 cases were acted upon and $953.35 was given as loans or grants to the applicants. A breakdown of this amount shows that $734.85 was for maintenance, $106.10 for medical expenses, $40 for transportation and I72.40 for miscellaneous requests. Of the total cases 88 per cent were army, 11 per cent navy and 1 per cent ex-service. The home service has offices in the Red Cross headquarters in the Reader building and one of the workers is on duty daily from 9 until t>. Delano Private Is Killed in Action DELANO, Aug. 30.—Mrs. Guadalupe Gallegos of Delano has been notified of the death of her son, Lupe Qfcllegos on June 19. after being wounded on June 10. He was a private first class in the marine corps and it is believed that he lost his ll£e while fighting in the Marshall islands. "Honeymoon..." SAYS PEET "A honeymoon is like takin' a long, expensive trip—and com In' back to a different job." HIT SAYS: 'Women find washing an easier job when they use this different soap—Peel's Granulated. 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