The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 1, 1944 · Page 6
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5 Friday, September 1, 1944 CaUfaritUm Golden Wedding Date Gives Incentive for Gala Party celebrated I (Iron. Tliey also have an "adopted" 'son. William Harmon, a nephew whom ihey have reared, and three grandson* ill the service. Private Harmon is in the air corps, James Joiie.s in the medical corps of the the incentive for a large informal ; navv returned from overseas; John party at the Jones home. The couple j j,,ncs. Jr., in the merchant marine, Always a much to be event, the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones, 114 East Sixth street, August 24. was an especially happy occasion as it was was married in Tower City, Pa., and j have lived in California SI* years, the last 12 of which have been in Bakersfield. Mr. Jones, superintendent of construction for Seofield Engineering Company for many years, superintended building of Biltmore hotel and theater. Los Angeles, Pacific- Finance, Pacific Mutual and Barker Brothers buildings. He also superintended installation of escalators in Broadway Department Store, Bullock's and Robinson's. He has built fifty or more dwelling houses and business buildings in Bukersfif-Id ami vicinity. Mr. Jones and his son. John Junes, spent the year of l»32-lfl;):t in the employ of the government in Hawaii. Both Mr. and Mrs. Jones were active members of the Methodist Church in the east. Mr. Jones alsn is the possessor of a 215-year pin of the Foresters lodge, of which hr lias been a member for much longer than the quarter century. The couple are the parents r>f three children, John H. Jones. James Jones and Mrs. Anna L. Siilos, nml the grandparents of seven grandchildren, and three great-grandfhil- nnw overseas, and William Agnes, a criiiulson-jn-ltiw, a mechanic in the army in Oregon. Among guests at the party were Jnhii H. Jones and daughter, -Miss .\udrey Jones; Mr. and Mrs. James .lonr-s. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sides and son. Bert; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ktf-hpvorry and son, Mr. and Mrs. [•"rank Reed, Mr. and Mrs. William AEIK-W, Mr. and Mrs. William Math- f«s. Mr. mid Mrs. Jack Rickman Mr. and Mrs. William Rogers, Mr and Mrs. Orlan Dodson and family Ah. and Mrs. WOK Grlgsby, Mr. an< Mrs. Gilliam, Mrs. Dorothy Duncan .Mrs. Hllma Angelo and Miss Isa bella Johnson. Woman's Relief Corps Park Party Successful Members of the Woman's Relief Corps and their families pathered In Jefferson Park Wednesday evening for a social with a large crowd reported participating. The next meeting will be held in Memorial hall September <i with Mrs. Mary B. Hampson presiding. McCormick-Deering, International Far malls—Tractractors—Trucks FARM MACHINERY SALES PARTS SERVICE A. H. Karpe's Implement House Kern County Dealer Bakersfield Wnsro Delano — IMiotn h> Hornier WKO AT (Ilium RITE—Beautiful lirido.s of the lain summer incliKtc Mrs. David Oliver Colla- IIHT. Jr.. of Alameda. the former .Miss Hetty Elaine Eckert. who \v;is married at a candlelight ceremony August i'O at St. I'auJ'.s Episcopal Church. The vows were taken before the Reverend Ralph II. Cox. rector of the church, and wi'i'o followed by a reception at the home of the bride's mother. .Mrs. Hilda O'Neill, shared by 20(1 guests. After a. wedding trip to Santa Barbara, the couple will l>a <it home in Berkeley. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. JJavitl Collainer, Sr. Roosevelt P. T. A. Plans Luncheon Bazaar, Hi-jinks Will Be Special October Event Plans for a luncheon to be served hy the group at the seventh district conference were completed at a recent board meeting of Roosevelt P. T. A. held In the school under the direction of Mrs. T. H. Hankins, president. The district meeting will be held September 8 at First Methodist Church. The annual bazaar and hi-.iinks held each year by the organization is slated for October 27. Mrs. George Morrell, who is chairman of the bazaar, announces that many articles will be on sale, Including ten towels, and crocheted pot holders. Mrs. Lewis McNamara has charge of the hi-jinks and It was announced that a rooked food sale will be held under the supervision of Mrs. Flov Rtahl. Cub Scouts, Blue Birds and Tamp Fire groups will also have booths under the supervision of Mrs. Ernest Newton. The program for J944-194!) was presented hy Mrs. Stahl and was accepted by the group. The theme for the year was chosen as "United We Stand, Together We Live. Together We Thrive, All Children Are Our Children." The first meeting of the study group will be held in the school auditorium October 1C at 7:30 p. m. with a discussion period slated. Teachers and fathers will be extended special invitations. The public is invited to attend. During the meeting an interesting program was presented by Mrs. Jean R. Edgar. Munzer Auxiliary Will Convene Monday Night Bernard M. Munzer, Auxiliary Xo. L'O of Disabled American Veterans, announced a meeting Monday evening, at Afcmorial hall, Nineteenth and F streets. In connection with a <i:;iO p. in. dinner. Initiation is planned. The committee on arrangements is comprised of Mrs. Earl Kochn and Mrs. Garvin Montgomery. Mrs. Koohn. commander, will preside. WEDS A LIEUTENANT—Miss Nona Gordon, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Gordon, formerly of this city and now of .Coallnga, became the bride of Lieutenant Arthur Rischman at Bisbee, Ariz., in the early part of August. The couple will reside in Austin, Texas, while the bridegroom Is stationed there enrolled in a spe- rial instructors course. Miss Mary Compton to Wed Jack Cramer Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Compton o San Pedro are announcing the en gagement of their daughter, Mis Mary Compton of Bakersfield t Jack Cramer, aviation metalsmitl first class. The marriage will be a event of early fall. Miss Compton is a graduate o Bakersfield High School and Junio College. Mr. Cramer, the son of M and Mrs. Paul E. Cramer, of Bakers field, also attended local schools, en listing in the navy in August, 1942 He has just returned from 1 months service on Guadalcanal. NOT WASHABLE Beware of washing painted sil lamp shades, shades with appliqu ornaments and shades made of fab rics, such as chintz or linen, whic shrink when wet. They must b. dry cleaned. / for versatility,.. for neatness... for general all-around usefulness. f & -v ^ •. v ^ — i Above left—4 button Covert cardigan in beige, blue, gold 35.00 Matching topper with collar 35.00 Above right - Rosenblum cashmere candystripe cardigan, man-tailored for Harry Coffee 29.95 Matching topper 29.95 Left — handpicked doeskin cardigan in lime green, sky blue . . . 29.95 Add a bright sweater—or a frilly blouse, and you are dressed for any date. At the fat left-* •wardrobe suit in pin check-which includes the very new lumber jack suit, short coat, and a beautifully tailored pair of slacks. Colors, black and whke, brown and white, navy and white. The suit... 25.00 Topper... 25.00 Slacks... 10.95 HiBBY COFFEE f«£SNO AND SOCIETY PARADE Marriage Revealed Miss Genevleve Miller, daughter of S. A. Miller, and the late Mrs. America Miller, of this city, became the bride of Robert G. Moser, of the United States Army, on August 19, It was revealed here today. The bride attended local schools, graduating- from Bakersfield High School. She Is a past member of Job's Daughters and affiliated with Security Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Tejon Court, Order of Amaranth, Pho Epsllon Phi sorority and is employed at the Bureau of Identification at the Kern county jail. The bridegroom is a native of Pennsylvania and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Moser, of that state. Prior to entering: the armed forces \ he was with the Zenith Radio Com• pany, Chicago. At present he Is I stationed at Chicago. The couple resides at 12-B3 Fourth street. * * * Visiting Here Miss Mary Jane Stanberry of Arcata, Calif., Is a house guest of her aunt, Mrs. E. F. Elder. 1806 Second street. She arrived Thursday and will return north with the opening of the state college there. CAA Inspectors to Be Here September 21 It was announced today by Donald D. Clark, superintendent of Kern county airport, that on September 21 inspectors on the examining staff of the Civil Aeronautics Administration will be at the airport for the purpose of Riving written examinations to applicants desiring- various types of aeronautical certificates. He points out that those making request for certificates must fill in proper application forms showing evidences of eligibility for the type of certificate desired, and that such applicants must present themselves for inspection not later than 11 a. m. on the day of inspection. Applicants for aircraft inspection must present airplane and engine log books which are up to date, together with periodic inspection report (Form 319) signed by a certified mechanic showing that the plane is airworthy and ready for inspection by the aeronautics administration. Planes to be inspected must have all inspection plates and cowlings removed and all parts cleaned, Mr. Clark said. Red Cross Seeks Mrs. Rosa Peirce Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Mrs. Rosa M. Peirce is asked to contact the Bakersfield Red Cross has an important message to give her. Last known address of Mrs. Peirce was Route 6, Box 856. She is known to have a son, Therman F. Peirce, in the armed forces, according to the home service division of the Red Cross. Freemans on Vacation Mr. and Mrs. W. Verle Freeman and their daughter Miss Patricia, 2215 A street, are vacationing in San Francisco and the bay region. They were accompanied north by their daughter Miss Dolores Freeman, who entered University of Calforrvia as a junior on August 12. * * * Bark from Texas Mrs. O. W. Trout, Jr., has arrived here to visit her mother, Mrs. P. C. Piter, 1007 Pershing street. Mrs. Trout has been with her husband. Lieutenant O. W. Trout, Jr., of United States Air Coips, an Instructor in gunnery at Harlingen, Texas. Many Are Examined at Well-Baby Clinic During the summer months of June, July and August, 65 babies were examined at the well-baby clinic which is held each month at McKinley School. Forty-three of these children were immunised. The work is carried on by the Kern County Department of Public Health under the supervision of Dr. Myrnie Gifford, assisted by public health nurses, Miss Lorna Somers and Mrs. Dorothy Rosenfeld. This summer assistance was also given by Mrs. Ernestine Uren, Mrs. Emil Reed, and Mrs. Lewis NcNamara of Roosevelt P. T. A. Slate Open House for Speech Unit First Meeting September 28 Will Be Semi-Social Miss Betty Gould, chairman of speech class for Business and Professional Women's Club, conducted a committee meeting Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Emmett A. Henley. 1013 Dobrusky Drive, to plan the first meeting September 28, and discuss the season's program. Tuesdays and Thursday nights, the latter on the evenings not used bx Forum or Music Association, have been chosen as meeting nights, the meetings to be held twice monthly at William Penn School with 'Mrs. Lawrence I. Weill as the directory The first meeting, the place to be announced at the club's homecoming banquet September 11, will be an "open house" with a dramatic talent program Introduced, and en- rollmenr. for the year taken. As the club has grown to 160 membership, a large speech class is anticipated. Participation Is not limited to club members. Community Theater will be Invited to announce and interpret its first production, "Claudia," at the open house. ^ WASTE NOT, WANT NOT In bringing up to the well-known fact that the difference between • profit and loss in a restaurar* Isfit found in the food that's thrown away, Mrs. Julia Klene, director of Home Economists Institute, points out that the same things hold true at home. "It's Extra Smooth, Extra Delicious" SWIFT'S MILK SHERBET Made with wholesome, nourishing milk • • • ' sun-ripened real fruits and real fruit juices. Try SWIFT'S MILK SHERBET Today! MOVING! After Many Years at 1667 Chester Avenue, We Are Moving Tuesday, September 5 to Larger and Finer Quarters at 1513 Eighteenth Street (In the Former Auston Beauty School) Same Telephone Number 3-1008 Our Same Expert Staff Will Serve You Thela Kent, Owner-Manager Francis Blanch, Receptionist Josephine Robles Alice Davin Lucill Davis Nancy Knick Marguerite Madison Economy BEAUTY SHOP HOURS 9 to 7

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