The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 6, 1944 · Page 6
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5 Wednesday, September 6, 1944 gfrf gakrrfififlfr Calif orn.an Moynier-Hoagland Wedding Celebrated at Church Here A recent wedding of intfres-t. is that uniting Miss Helen l.ynette Moynier. daughter of Mr. and Mrs O. I. Moynier. 1S08 Quincy street, and Alvin Bruce Hoagland, aviation radio man, third class. I'nited States Navy. He is the son of Mrs. James A. Rentlc, if '2a'la San Kmido. The young couple exchanged vows on Friday. September 1. at 1 p. m. in the Clvipel of the Chimes, the Reverend B. C. Barrett pel -forming the double ring ceremony. The church xx.-is beautifully d« • orated with candelabra. hou<|iieti ot gladioli and potted plants. Presiding at the organ was M t Ronald Clark with Mr.--. II. C. HIM- waiter, soloist, singing a tin" "1 Love You Truly. 1 The bride x\;is attired two-piece iei'M'Y dress, white accessories: she orchids. Attending Mis. lloagl.-md u:.s Mi>.- Heoigia Vnn \\"v. maid-ot'-hrnor. Miss Van \Vy wore a preen Hemberg sheer with black accessories. s • her corsage was of yellow talisman "Been 11 Tin 1 bride's mother wore a. plum ci !•!>*• frock with black accessories and a \"llo\v rose corsage; the bridemoom's mother was garbed in ;i gold cicpc guwn, trimmed with black sequins. She chose black nc- (cssini'-s and a red rose corsage. Robert II oa Kin ml attended bis brother as best man; Mr. Moynier giving his daughter in marriage. I'sbers were Miss Beverly Cook and Miss Lucille Potectc. Following the wedding a reception nil* held at the borne of the bride's .unit. Mrs. Basil Brohst, U'li Douglas M reel. On n \Veddinc Trip The coupl" are geles. The bride Mast Bakersl'ield bridegroom of now in l,os Anis an alumna of llii;h School, the Bakei-slield Higli School. She also attended one semester at Ihe rniversity of California. Berkeley. Radio Man Hoagland is stationed at Camp Kearney, San Diego. El Tejon Parlor Joining N. S. G. W. for Observance Members of K\ Tejon Parlor. Native Daughters of the Golden West, will be guests of Bakers.ficld Pat lot- Native Sons tonight at a celebration of Admission day at W. <>. W. hull. The women's escort team will present a drill, with Mrs. Rex Fisher in charge. Plans for Kl Tejon parlor's pai ticipalion were completed when members met recently at Woman's club tearoom with Alts. Fred Alippi presiding. Airs. Ralph Sanders, president of the Past Picsltlcnts' club announced that the fh.-t meeting of ihe new season will be held at her home. 1!IHS Twenty-fourth street on Thursday evening. Potluclc dinner will be served anil all past presidents are asked t" be present. Formal initiation is- set for Sep- j ternber 1 ~> in the tearoom. I Airs. Madge. l''ote is the social i chairman. | Young women's activity group will j gather September 1_ for a meeting and social evening at Beale Park. Arrangements are in charge of a committee comprised of Mesdames Russell liowen. Bud Ward and Karl Bartholomew. Participants are requested to get in touch with some member of the committee before September 10. Mrs. A. S. Sandrini. treasurer, announced a while elephant auction for September 11, the funds to go into the ^rotip's courtesy fund. Airs. Georgia Sanders and Airs. Marie Finn, of the war activities committee. will sell bonds and stamps Saturday. September '•>, at downtown stores. Retiring Principal Honored at Party Mrs. Potter Is Guest of Edison P. T. A. at Event A party in 'honor of Mrs. Xm-inan A. I'otter, former principal of Edison .School, was held at 8 p. m. Saturday, in her yard on Lake street, sponsored by the patrons of Edison School, ac- coding to Mrs. 11. M. Graffius, publicity manager of the P. T. A. Mrs. Potter, having resigned during the summer, will be replaced by Mrs. Ruby Orick. Refreshments were furnished by the members of the P. T. A., folloxved by card games. A gift was presented to Mrs. Potter by the patrons. Those present included: Messrs. and Mesdarnes Juany flick, Milton Richards, Kendall Graham, Stanley j Thompson, Chariest Schertz, Lee Leroy, Ralph Head. Joe Jacober, John "\Vahl, James Morgan and II. M. Graffius. Others were Mrs. Miriam Daxve, j Miss Mary Ellen Graham and chil- jdren, Helena Thompson. Elby Tlionip- , son, Carlton Thompson, Shirley Head, Bill Head, La Rae Lindsey, i Kenneth Richards, Delores Richards and Beverly Flick. IN GARDEN SETTING—At a gar dent iilliir beside an arch flunked with gladioli and chrysanthemums. .Miss Kloyce May Colquitt became tin- bride of Staff .Sergeant Frederick L. Willis of Minler Field, re- cenlly. The bride was married nt the home of her brother, W. H. i'o|(|iiitl. SIM Kl Tejon avenue. Oildale. Her twin sister, Mrs. Clarence Terrell, wns her mntron-of- honor. The riles were read by the Re\ereml John Ue Leeuw, pastor »f I'nited Brethren Church of Christ, Oakland. Ladies Aid Group Meeting Thursday In line with the many organizations who select September as the month fi.r resuming regular meetings. Ladies' Aid Society of .St. John's Lutheran Church, will convene Thursday at '!. p. m. at the social hall, Twentieth and C streets. Hostesses, will be Airs. O. R. Kamprnth and Mrs. F. W. Knm- line. Mrs. H. H. Alettler will preside. WED AT CHURCH—Charmingly arranged weddings of late summer included that uniting Miss Florence Saecker and Boatswains Alate Ralph Oft'utt. The couple were married in the presence of a throng of friends and relatives in the sanctuary of First Methodist i'hutch. The vows were exchanged before the Revorc'tid X. A. Christensen. Airs. Offntt is the daughter of Airs. Elizabeth Saecker. liiUS Thirteenth street, and the bridegroom is a son of the late R. J. Offutt of Wasco. He is stationed at Port llueneme. Miss North Will Aid Mrs. Ulman, Teacher Mrs. Claylie I'lnian. teacher of modern music on the piano, announces that Miss Mary Ann Xorth will act as her assistant this year, with the opening of a new studio in the Baldwin Piano Company building, 1,11.'! Seventeenth street. The course includes popular music, piano novelties and special instruction in Boogie Wongjc. The studio opens .Monday. September II. <T«rtJ!mdiitre»«of MONTHLY > Female Weakness (too Fim Stomachic Tonic) Lydl» E. Plnkham'g Compound la famous to relieve periodic pain and accompanying nervous, weak, tired- out feelings—all due to functional monthly disturbances. Made especially for women—it helps nature! Follow label directions. Daughter Born to Capt., Mrs. Hayes Captain and Mrs. Jack .M. Maxes announce the hirlh <>( a daughter, Pa'ncla Hayes, September J. at Riverside Community Hospital. River! side. The little Kill, their first child. 'is Ihe granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kimueti I,. Hayes of Ibis city and Mrs. George Biclilemcir of Omaha, the mother having been the former Miss Virginia Bichlemeir of Oriiaha. All three grandparents bax'e vjsited the nexxconier, the Hayes being, again home and Mrs. ! Biclilcnieir planning to remain until jtbe cud of the inonth. Captain I Hayes, xvhn has been attached to the medical corps at ('amp Halm for txvo years, practiced medicine a year In Omaha alter graduating from Creighton Medical School. (IT CIIKKSK Ql.'OTA The War Food Administration xx ill re<|iiire manufactures, of Chpd- dar cheese to set aside for war uses only f>ii per cent of their production during September, in contrast to the i (id per cent quota in effect for An- I gust and the three previous months. Miss Brewster Off to Live in Hawaii Miss I.euna. Brewster departed from Bakerslield, Monday, for her Journey to Hawaii to marry her fiance, Wayne Bonnett, who is connected with an oil company in the islands. Aliss Brewster was principal of Ihe Kmerson School, preceded by teaching and counciliiig positions and will be under the employ «if the army lijion her arrival in Honolulu. Air. Bonnett, formerly of Fresno, was, at one time, a resident of Bakersfield. Aliss Brewst.er was the recipient of many parties preceding her departure. SOCIETY PARADE FRATERNAL To Alec! Thursday , Ladies Auxiliary to the Brother- 1 hood of Railroad Trainmen will meet Thursday, at L-3(l p. m.. in the Ala- sonic temple. Mrs. Ava. Duncan, president, will preside. : Discuss Consolidation Knights of Pythias lodge No. 14:', will hold its regular meeting Thurs| day in the Knights of Pythias hall to discuss consolidation of Kern ! Lodge No. 71!. All visiting members I are welcome. Da* i.s-An/.jon Miss Frances Ki lene Davis, of this lily, and Lieutenant Clifford Melvin Anzjon. Kern County Airport, were married Friday in the First Baptist. Church, the Reverend B. C. Barrett performing the ceremony. A small company of xx'it nesses was present; Aliss Merle M. Steadman and Lieutenant T. C. Tillman, Jr., attended the couple. + * *• At First Itaptiht Miss Alary Lucille Harrison, of this city, and Cadet Vonnie Ford Dunn, 1 of Alinter Field, were united in mar- i riage in the Chupel of the Chimes, j First Baptist Church, Saturday eve- j ning. The Reverend B. C. Barrett performed the ceremony. Mrs. Hay Messinger and Miss Grace Hershey, of this city, served as witnesses. Announce .Marriage The marriage of Lieutenant Dorothy L. Buckingham, army nurse's corps, formerly of this city, to First Lieutenant Wilton Tilly, of New Jberia, La., was announced here today by her brother, C. L. Bucking ham, of Avenal. The ceremony was held in the chapel of St. John s Cathedral, Boise, Idaho, the witnesses being Lieutenant Olive Hurtage, of the nurse's corps and First Lieutenant Pal Yowell acting as best man. Following the wedding a reception was held at Boise's Areo Club where the bride and bridegroom were presented with a wedding cake. The bride attended local grammar schools, leaving Kakersfiebl High School at the completion of her third year to finish high school at Parker High School in Chicago, where she was graduated as an honor student. She is a. graduate of Presbyterian Hospital, Xexv York City. Lieutenant Tilly is the son of Dr. and Airs. T. Tilly of New Ibera, La. * * * Family Keuiiion A family reunion and dinner was held at the home of A. B. Lamberson of Bakersl'ield, in honor of Airs F. S. Redner and her son, Robert, of Michigan. Airs. Redner has been visiting relatives on the west coast during the summer. Those attending "ere: .M.-ssrw. iiiifl McMjiiim-s-— W. I'. Mimriw K. c: riiii i-li-s H. Con K. F. McNeill (foil Mrs. H. K. Mi-N ill Sorority Tonight Sigma Phi C;,IIT:IIK sorority will meet tonight at S p. m. at the home of Mrs. Walter Wells. 714 Jefferson street. Aliss Dorothy Saodgrass will preside. Last term's officeis will retire from their duties. Plans will be made for a dinner and cock tail party September 13. STATE HOARD PICNIC Employes of State Board o Equalization and their families wil gather at Jastro Park Thursday a t> p. m. for a picnic. Participants wil bring their own table service. Co-operation Is Theme for P. T. A. Washington President Is Ready for 1944-1945 Term ''Co-operation in the Home, School and Community" has been selected as the theme for 1M44-1H45 by Washington School, Mrs. E. X. Smalley, president, announced today. During the coming year Mrs. Smalley announced that the usual custom of helping in war Bond drives and better baby clinic is to be observed. Plans have also been made for a rummage sale to be held soon. During the last year the theme of the P. T. A. was "Preparing Youth for Victory." The subjects were: Social adjustment, citizenships, cooperation, good will, tolerance, ideals, education, industry and recreation. The officers for 1!)44-1!I45 are Mrs. Gifford Gray, first vice-president; Mrs. George Schneckenbcrger, second vice-president; Mrs. Claude Tucker, third vice-president; Mrs. H. A. Adams, secretary; Mrs. Kate Asbill, corresponding secretary; Airs. Ernest Dalbom, Mrs. John Cowan, historian; Mrs. Jack I-loge, auditor, and Mrs. H. W. Weddle, parliamentarian. Chairmen are. Mrs. Gray, ways and means; Mrs. Schneckenberger, program; Mrs. Tucker, hospitality; Mrs. H. S. Blackburn, men's membership; Mrs. Weddle, finance nnd budget; Mrs. Mary Johnstone, art; Mrs. John Fulfer, citizenship; H. S. Blackburn, legislative; Mrs. J. W. Erickson, magazine; and Mrs. C. D. Adams, character education. Others include: Mrs. C. D. Ramsland, registrar; Mrs. Grover Cogdill, publicity book: Mrs. George Johnson, Founders Day; Mrs. D. O. Edmondson, motion picture-radio; Mrs. Lovina Gillette, public health and recreation; Mrs. John Cowan, defense and war activities; Miss Dorothy Gibson, safety; Mrs. If. L. Sclmoor. room mothers; Mrs. Grace Burt, music; Mrs. J. .V Matheny, telephone; Mrs. Grover Cogdill, publicity, and Mrs. Ruth Teele, parent education. The meetings will be held the third Wednesday of each month, preceded by a board meeting. KMEKV CIA'B Kniera Club, of Liberlas Chapter No. 3«:', Order of the Eastern Star, will meet at the Red Cross, Fridays instead of Tuesdays. Working hours are 9 a. m. to 3 p. in. A full attendance is urged. Picture of Herq for Whom Chapter Named, Presented Presented from the auxiliary hy Mrs. Klla J. Koehn, commander, to George Xinimer, commander of the chapter, a framed picture of Bernbard M. Munzer, hero of AVorld War T, for whom the chapter was named, was officially given to the men's order Monday evening. The occasion was a Labor Day dinner at Memorial hall, where the picture will be hung. Bernhard M. Munxer was the son of Mrs. Frank G. Mmr/.er, and the late Mr. Mun- /er. longtime residents of this com| miinity. Breckenridge Lodge, estab- j lished by the Mmr/.er family many years ago, also, was named in memory of the youth. The gift was received with an ap- propriate response by Commander Zimmer. A dinner, attended by 50 members, preceded meetings of the men's atyi women's groups. State Commander Wilson and Mrs. Wilson of Taft were present at the two meetings, respectively. Five candidates were initiated in the women's unit. th» newly welcomed affiliates being Mesdames Ray Chandler, Emmett Lassiter, Ellis Halliwell. Raymond Bade and Bryan Coloman. At a recent meeting Miss Crillene Winter of Lebec was initiated as a junior member. Mrs. Bessie Marie Smith, hospital chairman, reported that useful articles had been taken to San Fernando Hospital, and that more will '>.• welcomed. Comforter Given by Mizpah Women Members of Mi/pah Circle of the Women's Society of Christian Service of St. Mark's Methodist Church, north of the. river, has turned in its first convalescent comforter to the Red Cross unit at Klliott hall in Oildale, Airs. Nell Olivers, chairman, announced today. Active members of the circle Include .Mrs. Nellie Brock, chaplain: Mrs. Fred H. Guide, secretary: and Mesdames Claire. AlcFarland, .lames Glascock, Nettie Latl imore, W. J. Rand. Anna Gibson. C. D. Kolda Dusan. Olive Bady, Betty Guigery, Cor- 1 nine Brown, Arlene, Sihert, Edna j Batz and Orval K. Baughn. Meet- i ings are held the first Friday of each ! month at the members' homes. j The next meeting will convene at 'the home of Airs. Vermin Batx, 1M>2 i Bedford Way. Highland Manor, at S I p. m. on October Hi. According to the chairman a full attendance is anticipated for plans are under way j to outline and discuss 1!'44 and 1!>4.~> activities in study, community serv- | ice and Red Cross work. SOX AKIUVKS A son. (Ionian Bruce, was born to !AIr. and Airs. W. Bruce Wiley, on 'Sunday. September ,'!. Airs. Wiley ! is the former Aliss Betty Sanderson, I of Willows, Glenn county. A coordinated group of clothing...correctly styled...expertly tailored...and well urithin the reach of the Co-ed, if she has her eye out for a good suit. Sketched at the left: four button wool and cashmere Shetland suit, hand-picked 29.95 Matching cardigan topcoat 29*95 The crepe blouse ties softly at the throat and exactly matches the suit. . . . . 6.95 Colors Henna, Caramel, Broom, Green, Fuchsia. BARRY COFFEE FRESNO • BAKERSFIELD Court Dignitaries Present at Dinner Guests from Turlock, L. A. Attend Amaranth Affair Several dignitaries xvere present xvhen .American Court Xo. 77, OrdeV of the Amaranth, held an informal dinner recently at Masonic templo xvith Mrs. Carl n. EgKers and Clyde L. Cnmpbell as hostess and host. AinotiR- the special guests were Mrs. Kdith rayons of Corcoran, formerly of Bakersl'ield, grand marshal in Ihe east; Airs. Alarsarct Stearns of I..os Angeles, grand conductor: and Airs. Cassie Dorn Jones, grand associate conductress, of Bakersfield. Through the courtesy of Georsn Peters, the table was piled high xvith grapes of various kinds and colors, and the harvest theme was accented by fall flowers in matah- inc tones. Thirty-seven members of the local court were present. Legion Auxiliary Meeting Thursday American L.egion Auxiliary Xo. 28 xvill convene for its first meeting of the year on Thursday, September 7, in Legion hall. Mrs. Roy Xesbitt, auxiliary president, extends a welcome to all new and old members and requests a large attendance. A report of the delegates to the district meeting will be given. Toastmasters Club Meeting Tonight Members will continue the program launched at the last meeting xvhen Toast masters Club convenes tonight at Oil's cafe at 7 p. m. Ross Bolton will be the chief speaker. Floyd Bowman, vice-president, will preside. Executive Council of Church Meets Thursday An executive meeting of Women's Council of First Christian Church xvill be held In the junior chapel ot the church Thursday at 1:30 p. m Mrs. A. V. Whitfieid will preside. FOOT EXAMINATION —Physical examination for incoming freshmen at East Bakersfield High School was a feature of the registration procedure yesterday afternoon. Examination of the feet was included. Registration figures for the first afternoon totaled -51. Mrs. Lucille Christensen, physical education instructor, is shown observing the foot of Miss Nancy Stephens, Aliss Frances Trigueiro waits next in line. Try prompt relief. this proved way. Great world-wide success! 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