The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 1, 1944 · Page 7
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Two USO Caravan Journeys -to Be Made This Week End ^ It was announced here today by f>Uaa Dorothy MeAdam, assistant director, that t\*o USO caravan trips will be made this week end. One group will be the guests at the Paso Robles USO and will leave here Saturday at 2 p. m. and will return late Sunday evening. Among features of the event will be swimming, dancing, chapel and dinner. Mojave marines will have as their Kucsts on Monday evening a group o? local girls who make up the second caravan group. Busses will leave here at 6 p. m. Girls wishing to attend either of tlrese functions should call Mrs. Genevieve.Vierthaler, 6-8124, or Miss Dorothy MeAdam, 5-5079. A recent feature of entertainment at the USO hall was a "Back- to-School" party under the sponsorship of the Phi Epsilon Phi Sorority. Pom poms and college banners were used In the decorations. Prizes during the evening went to Corporal Dan Cosmenco, of Minter Field; Private First Class Mathcw Wlodnaski, of Kern County Bomber Base; Private Harold Woods, Kern County Bomber Base, and Staff Sergeant Al Plotkin, Minter Field. Refreshments were served during the evening. Past Druidesses to Install on Tuesday Installation of officers will he held Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Charles Wells, 1803 Sixteenth street, when members of the Past Arch Druidesa Club meet for the first session of the season. Mrs. John Werts will assist Mrs. Wells as hostess during the evening. Officers to be seated include Mrs. Werts, president; Mrs. Blaise fruzzard, vice-president; Mrs. George Davis, secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. Mary B. Hampson, chaplain. Mrs. Paul Tess, president, urges a full attendance as plans for the ne\v term will also be discussed. Court Will Serve Informal Dinner America Unit Announcing Event Tonight at Temple Members of America Court No. 77, Order of thp Amaranth, will share an informal dinner at 6:30 p. in. tonight in the Masonic temple with Clyde L. Campbell us host and Mrs. Carl R. Eggers, hostess. Recently the club sponsored a public card party under the chairmanship of Mrs. A. K. Overton with Mr. and Mrs. Eric Jahrson as host and hostess. Prizes lor five hundred were won by Mrs. Minnie Lane and W. C. Smith; M-E. Felice, Loustalot and A. Habecker, second; Mrs. Arthur Anderson won the prize for contract brrfge and Mrs. Clyde L. Campbell and H. C. Zimmerman, first, and Mrs. StPll Castro and William O'Brien second for auction. A cake baked by Mrs. Ada Stockton was won by '-Irs. Zimmerman, the draw prize going to Mrs. Eric JoUnsun. Another similar card party with Mrs. Paul Goodspll as chairman will be held Tuesday at the Johnson home, 5'J7 Pacific streot. Ibe 9akttslittti Californian , September 1, 1944 J Cadet Wives Seek Hot Plate for Milk f",ulet wives at Minter Field are ! urgently in need of ,1 hot plain or I other elcdric appliance for heating; milk and water for the 12 babies I living with th«ir mothers at the ! I Cadet Wives ]|oli>i, it is reported i by the homo service department of the Bakersfield lied Cross. Anyone wishing to donate such an appliance is asked to telephone the Red Cross office. C, ti-tl'T. U. S. W. V. Groups to Gather Tuesday 1'ir-t prfsidr-nts of Harriet A. Shaffer auxiliary, United Spanish War V«t«?ran«i, will mopt. Tuesday niulit nt M'jmorial hall at 7:30 p. in. Afir-r 'ho 7ii<'f-!insr the presidents will h<- j'lHirri by past c/o-nmand- <TH of William It. Shaffer camp. MI-H. J. K. KcU'lif-m, president, nf til" woman's croup, is requesting a full att'Tidaii' <!, to participate in plan making fnr fall. MAKING FIRST YEARBOOK—Mrs. Charles Medlock, president of Mildred Lee Chapter, Tnited BaiiRhters of Confederacy, received members of tho executive bnanl who comprise fhc yr.-irbnnk committee! at luncheon Tuesday to make tho chapter's first year book. In the ^nmp are: Left, to riKht, seated. Mrs. Mary Alice Koacli, yearbook chairman; Mrs. A. It. Hitchcock. Mrs. K. I 1 . Cibso'n. Mrs. Clcanah Mall P.ehan, Mrs. Charles Mi'dluck, Mrs. J. C. Conry and Mrs. Martha Clayton: standing, Mrs. K. R Harvey. •a*\O' see ^« scVvool ^cU otv ^o\\ &* cdV 0 * 8 ,-^ t ot t *^V&&&£ <&> > SWt» • Sweaters • ^acV^e» • B\o uses • BobbY So % • presses • Coats • Suits • S\a<* s . S\ac^ SuitS • Bag 8 • ]e#dti- You'll give this outfit lots of wear in '44 and '45. Skirts in colors and plaids with sweaters and blouses. Choose several for mixing and matching. Boy coats that slip easily and comfortably around the shoulders. New Fall colors with extra style design. Charge Account of Course Y«w choice of lapel or cardigan style suit* in toft pure wool* and autumn shade*. Eighteenth and Chester in (he Sill Building ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF THE FALL TERM OF THE MODERN STUDIO OF DANCING Under the Personal Direction of Evelyn B. Pentzer Instructress—Miss Muidie Du Fresue, D. M. A. and A. D. T. 8. 0. Registrations for All Types of Dancing September 1 and 2—10:00 to 12:00 and 2:00 to 5 :QO WOMAN'S CLUB BUILDING—1806 D STREET Bakersfleld, California Phone 2-6715 Residence Phone 2-7794* Reopening Saturday After Complete Renovation and Redecoration IL TROVATORE COFFEE SHOP in II Trovatore Hotel 1104 Nineteenth BREAKFASTS LUNCHES DINNERS Open 6 A. M. to 12 Midnight JULIUS and SUSIE ANTON U. D. C. Chapter Announces Fine Program for 1944-1945 Opening with a dinner September 12. at 0 p. m., colebralin'g the birthday anniversary nf Admiral Semmes, nt the home of -Mrs. S. F. Wells, S20 Roberts Lane, a series of 10 varied and interestin.cr meetings are indicated in the first year-book to be compiled by Mildred Lee Chapter, United .Daughters of CiJiilederacy. The first event, especially planned for husbands of members, and women of the i huptcr who work, will be a potlnek event, with Mrs. Charles Medlock. president and Mrs. Mary Alice Rnach, corresponding secretary, assisting tho hostess. In October, members will be entertained at the home of Mrs. A. P. Bunch, 552 Bpale avenue, with Mesdames J. M. Wright, and Mrs. Leila Buaas as assistant hostess. The November meeting will be with Mrs. Roy Lewis, (ill Jefferson street at hostess, assisted by Mrs. S. II. Robinson and Mrs. George Valencia, assistant, hostesses. A Christmas party will be held in December, with Mrs. Medlock as hostess, assisted by Mrs. William Ri.spden and Mrs. H. !•'. Brumfield. In January the birthday anniversaries of General Lee, General Jackson and Fontaine Maury will be celebrated at the home of Mrs. J. C. Conry, 714 Flower street. The memory of Sidney Lanier will be honored in February, when members meet at the home of Mrs. K. P. Gibson, 009 Pacific street, with Mrs. W. J. Adkisson, Mrs. Gibson's mother as the assistant hostess. Mrs. L. D. Shamblin, 13IS K street, is opening her home for the March meeting at which lime Mrs. A. R. Hitchcock and Mrs. Claude Minner will be assistant hostesses. Mrs. Edgar Wasem, 401 Balsam streot, has invited members to her home for the April meeting with Mrs. Kd ROSP and Mrs. J. F. Mullen as associate hostesses. In-May Mrs. Gloanah Ball Behan, of 1720 Sixteenth street, will entertain the chapter, assisted by Mrs. O. M. Armstrong and Mrs. Glundora Hargus. A breakfast In June, the place to be, announced later, will celebrate the birthday anniversary of Jefferson Davis. At that time installation of officers will bo held. Officers, in addition to Mrs. Medlock, include Mrs. William Risoden, first vice-president; Mrs. J. C. Conry, second vice-president; Mrs. Edgar Wasem, third vice-president; Mrs. 'TWO GUESTS • ONE PRICE' THE MAYFLOWER »J5 »O. «RANO AVI. __ B DOWNTOWN 10> ANOIUS B S B _ 350 GUEST ROOMS • •• AHOvttfcfe loom*.AN wit* loth B S IATU OUAMNTIU A» ADVIITISID « = $£73 fo $440 — 5S"» »»tr» charg* to* a pvnon* to room ~ ~ You don't hov* to bargain! — ~ MONTttlY COCKTAIL ROOM = — COMII (HOP — Oilll THE MAYFLOWER HOTEL Jrazefo INVISIBLE Hosiery Mending (While Ymi Wait if Unlrnl) This Miracle Stitch Mends Nylons, HayoiiH, Silk, Co I ton, nnd All Knit Wear YES—RAYONS Arc Worth Mending! Average price is il5o. Let Invis- ilile MtMidinj; lielp solve your hosiery problems. R18 K Street Phone 8-88;H DORMAN PHOTO SHOP 1673 Chester Av«nu« Special Rates to Babies, S*rvlc«m«n and Woman Open After 6 P. M. and Sunday by Appointment PHONE 8-8793 Lafayette Banes, recording secretary; Mrs. Mary Alice Roach, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Gloanah Ball ]'.i;han. registrar; Mrs. E. P. Gibson, treasurer; Mrs. K. B. llur- A. P. Bunch. Mrs. A. R. of flags and . parliamcntar- vey, historian; Mrs. recorder of crosses: I litchi'ock, custodian Mrs. Martha Clayton Ian. Standing committees include Mrs. Heiian. membership; Mesdames AVill- iam I'liseden. I/. D. Sehamblin and W. .1. Adkisson, credentials; Mrs. I-:. B. Harvey, history; Mesdames J. r. Conry, Lafayette Banes and H. R. Fiko. program entertainment: .Mrs. B. F. Brumfield, Red Cross- finance; Mrs. J. AT. Wright. Red Cross production; Mrs. Gloanah Ball Behan. USO hostess: Mrs. Sam Lynn, Mrs. H. A. Underwood, and Mrs. A. R. Hitchcock, USO refreshments; Mrs. Mary Alice Roach, publicity; Mrs. Underwood and Mrs. Claude Minner, auditing; Mrs. Wells, relief and sickness: Mrs. Ilargus, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Mullen, Mrs. Lester and Mrs. Mackey, telephone: Mrs. Roach, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Brumfield and Mrs. Behan. year book, and Mrs. Wasern, Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Valencia, Jefferson Davis dinner. Y. L I. to Celebrate Birthday September 27 September 27 has been set as thp date for St. Margaret Mary's Institute birthday observance at Hotel Kl Tejon Spanish ballroom at. ti::!u p. m. The event celebrates tho twenty-sixth anniversary of Y. L. I. in Bakersfield. Mrs. E. C. Chambers is the president. A crowd of 30 or more is expected for the dinner and program. To Meet, Tonight Bakersfield Lodgo Xo. 41(1, I. O. O. F. will meet for tho purpose of conferring a first degree tonight at S p. m. in the W. O. W. hall. G. C. Beer, vice-grand, will be acting noble grand for the evening. 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