The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 12, 1944 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 12, 1944
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CAMPOREE TO BE HELD SEPT. 23 PLANS MADE AT INITIAL MEETING OF C. F. GROUP Plans for a camporee or camp-out for Camp Firn Girls, September Ho, at Kern County Park, were made when Kern county Camp Fire Guardians Association held its first meeting of the season last week. Mrs. Horothy Martin was appointed chairman of the committee in Charge of the event. Oilier members of the committee include Mrs. n. C. Purriot, Mrs. J. M. Mull, and Airs. Torn Springer. Guardians were urged to inspire alrls in their groups to join organi- sations in which their talents or interest may be developed, such as the .junior organization of BakrM-sfield Art Association and tho Kern County i Historical Society. Awards for continuing the meetings of their Camp Fire or Blue Bird groups during the summer presented to Mesdames, J. (1. Carruthers. M. F. Flippen. Adair Richmond, A. S. Mad- : den, Mildred Mat-Donald, K. M. Cur- I now, J. J. Oliphant, and Harold I Wiltsie. Camps Back From Wedding in Ariz., Trip to Carmel Photograph at the AUSTIN SI HIM (IS "/ mi' P(» trtiilin't'" No\v ill home to friends at Opnr- Rinnna Farms, after a \vodiling trip to Carmel, arc Mr. and Mrs. Wof- fnr.l Ft. Camp, Jr., who were united in mnrrinpe in Suraton, Ariz., September 3. Mrs. Camp is the former | Miss Anita .Tnne Kinp, the. daughter j of Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers Jackson Kins of Sacatcin, Ariz., and the hrldesroom is the son of \V. R. Camp of this rily and the late Mi's. Camp, one of ICern county's best known and mosf prominent families. The younp people were united In marriage at Presbyterian Church, at Hricnton, with a large number of guests from all parts of Arizona in attendance. The bride, who was Riven in marriage by her father, was gowned in a white marquisette frock, fashioned with lace upplirinnrl around the sweetheart neckline and long pointed sleeves. The gown had a fitted bodice and full skirt, which fell in a slight train. Her fingertip illusion veil was held with a coronet of seed pearls and she carried a white Bible covered with large white orchids from which fell a shower of white butterfly orchids. The maid of honor was Miss Marian Harrison of Shatter, who wore a gown of dusty rose marquisette, made with three-quarter length sleeves, a basque waist and bouffant skirt. It was worn with a matching Juliet cap of tulle to which was attached a wide flounce of matching material. Her flowers were rose gladioli (ind stephanotis in a modified colonial bouquet. The bridesmaids were Miss Barbara Jean Peebles, of Saoaton, and Miss Jean Stahl, of Borger, Texas, their gowns fashioned similar to that of the maid of honor fli contrasting pastel shades. Vsherettes were Miss Nell Bannes IT IS GOOD ANYTIME NO MATTER HOW OLD I In PUSH .11,1 <• Ii is si t ()i tcb< : ! Mli .1 • tin hri.i! J.ilc tor m'nl- l In'isi in is p:Hj HAVE YOUR SITTING NOW! OI'KN KVEMNGS AM) SUNDAYS FOR YOLK CONVENIENCE 1524 Nineteenth Street Phone 3-0930 BAKERSFIELD DAILY HOURS: 9 a. in. to 8 p. in. Sundays 1 p. m. (o 6 p. in. I of Casn Grande, and Miss Faye !<;ibl.s. of Present t. Attending the bridegroom as be.«t ! man was Harold I'omeroy, of this cilv. Immediately following the wedding :i pardon reeeption was held at the home of the bride's parents. A tiered bride's cnke was sliced and served to the guests. The bride is a graduate of Casa Crande High School and Stephens College at Columbia, Mo. She received her bachelor of science degree at the University of Arizona, where she was affiliated with Gamma Phi Heta sorority. Mr. Camp is * gradute of Bakersfield High School and was a senior at Clernson College in South Carolina when he enlisted in the army and was assigned to a tank destroyer division, later transferring to the infantry. lie received an occupational discharge last January. Fie In a member of Alpha Xeta, national honorary agricultural fraternity. Attending from this city were, the bridegroom's father. \V. H. Camp; his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. App; and an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. 10. Peterson. From Shafter were .Mrs. George J. Harrison and Miss Marian Harrison. State Board Picnic AttendedJ)y Crowd An outdoor supper feautred by spaghetti made by Herman liuby. assisted by Airs. Ruby, wa.s enjoyed by members of the state board of enuali/ation staff in Hakersfield and their families and ,1 few guests recently at Jastro Park. Girls of the office were responsible for general ,'irr;Migi-:iiciits. The evening, \\hirli was passed in- fonually wa.s shared by I lie follow ing: .Messrs, and .Mesdames K. A Arnold, 11. I). Holt, 1,. H. Chant Kay A. Idolise. Herman Kuby, A. S Madden, ],. W. Jlublnird, John Jep sen; Mesdames Kinmett A. Henley Evan Ogle, Kobert M. Devine, Mar garet Clark, Kvcrett Hood and Gil bert Murphy, of Kirkwood, Mo. Others present were Misses Mar garet Gammil], Arllne Williams, Dorothy McGinnis, Rose Marie Constant, Helen Jopsen; Messrs. Charlie. War| ner, J. F. McMnllln, A. L. Johnson, C. 11. Wagy, and children, Tonl Ogle, Tommie Hubbard, Bill Hubbard, Jack "\Veeden, Russell Weeden, y Jones, Bennie Bolt, Peggy Ruby, Corky Ruby, and Bill Madden. JJabcrSfitlb Californian Tuesday, September 12, 1944 British Girl Private Is Bride of Corporal Green Remember grandma's peach preserves? TEA GARDEN makes Peach Preserves that same way ... ripe, juicy table peaches and pure sugar...cooked slowly, gently, to a deep amber color and rich, fruity flavor. Tastes like home-made because it's made like home-made! * MENU HIT'- livef end Bacon TEA GARDEN PRESERVES EIGHTEENTH AND CHESTER . . . SILL, BULDING CHESTERFIELD . . . the best all purpose coat in your wardrobe. Smooth lines of soft; pure wools framed in round lapels. Six exciting Autumn tones . . . Red . . . purple ... Beige ... Bluo • . . Plum and Black. held Miss i London, following ex of Oxford xehallge ill' •ei\ Cousins, a private in his inn States A i-ii liv bells a imriil Ivul Glen Green, of the I'niled British \vcchliiiK cuke, surmounted (inset) was sliced and served lu SO 1 louse, ii wcddins josly's fni ly Air KOI nd lilies reception \vas vo\vs henveen reps, nnd Cor- A lypical ill' tlie valley School Dance Well Attended at Gym Casual Caricatures Amuse as Decorative Feature A. A U. W. Booklets Printed This Week A record number of 300 enthusiastic Bakersfield High School couples last night disregarded hot weather in their zeal to get together with school friends for tho first student body dance of the year, the "howdy hop" held in tho boys' gym under sponsorship of the executive committee. Casually clever decorations interpreted the school motif, with 90 home-made, old-fashioned school slates, inscribed with typical high school humor, blanketing walls of the gym. Miss Nancy Draper, chairman of tho decorations committee, also had arranged for several prominent 'welcome back" signs to be suspended from the ceiling, while the American flag added a spot of color as it hung from the ceiling with lights played upon it. Caricatures oC many of the fiigh school personalities, both student and faculty, carried out the humorous effect, with many of the guests at the dance competing for the privilege of carrying home the clever souvenirs. Carl Stuzman, student body president, welcomed the freshmen and new teachers during intermission. Harold Kainey, vice-president and general chairman of the "howdy TOP." acted as master of ceremonies during the giving away of three student body cards, with Albert Dennis, faculty student body adviser, assisting him. Given appreciative applause was music of Bob Sisson's orchestra, pleasing to both jitterbugs and more conservative dancers. • Receiving guests last night was a reception committee composed of Carl Stutzman, Harold Rainey, Nancy Draper, L. C. Lovely, Kathleen Knight and Paul Asperger. Faculty guests present included 1j. \V. Hedge, principal; Miss Eloise Nelson, Miss Carol Clark, Miss Betty Coman, A very Allen, Al Dennis and Scharles Schwale. Assisting students with preparations for the dance were Miss Kathryn Crain, secretary to Mr. Hedge, and Miss Evelyn Westlund, assistant in the business office, as well as Raymond Cross, faculty instructor, who acted as doorkeeper and general supervisor for the occasion. nr pockel-Miie bonk- data regarding the division, American I'niversity Women, Iliimly |iui'!-e lets conlaining California stale I Association of for 111 -l-M:i -1 5, have Just come off the press this week. The booklets, printed by The Call- fornian, contain information on the following toiiics: National A.A.U.W., .south Pacific region, California state division officers, 1944-1945 meetings, standing committees, directory of branches, map of branches, by-laws, past presidents ami annual meetings. Zonta Club Meets Wednesday Night Members of Zonta Club will launch their 11144-19'ilj season Wednesday night at a meeting at 7:'!(l p. m. at the homo of their president, Mrs. Clara Sims, 1115 II street. The evening's entertainment will include review of vacation experiences. Many Zontians were fortunate enough to got away for a few weeks, among them Miss Margaret Salber, who visited a sister in the WAVES, stationed in Tacoma; Mrs. Fred Faris, who spent some time In Oregon, am Mrs. Clara Sims, who was the gues of her daughter, Miss Janet, In Berkeley. Mis.s Sims is entering Uni versity of California. WOMENW Do You Hate HOT FLASHES?. If you suffer from hot fluhea, feel weak, nervous, » bit blue at time* —«U due to tbe functional "middle- age" period peculiar to women—try Lydla B. Plnknam's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms.' Made •specially for women— it helps nature/ Follow label directions. Preparations as directed' B« sure it's PURE CANE SUGAR insist on IN REFINERY.PACKED CONTAINERS West's Largest Jewelers • 17 Stores to Serve You! UKUI1IE Sells more DIAMONDS than any firm in the West 1434 Nineteenth Street, Bakersfield DR. DAYMAN'S SMALL ANIMAL HOSPITAL Bakersfield's Newest Small Animal Hospital Medical and Surgical Treatment Kind, Individual Attention 2007 Niles Street Phone 2-0675 Another "hands - across the-sea" wedding in whh h American and British young people were the contracting parties was celebrated at Betbiial Cri.-eu T.oad, London. recently, when Miss Hilda Kilccti Cousin.--, a private in His .Majesty's Koroes. boca:ne the oride of Corporal Karl (ilen Cireen. stationed in Kng- land with the l'nit"d States Army Air Force. The bride is the da lighter 'of .Mr. and .Mrs. Frederi< k ,T. Cousins, ot London, and Corporal (Ireen is the son of -Mrs. Karl W. Green, 115 Haybert Court, ot this city. The bride's .sister, Miss Sylvia Cousins, member 'if the Women's. Land Army, was her maid-of-honor and Pilot Officer ,lam>>s Chapman was best man. The bride was Riven in marriage by her lather. Other speeial guests ineluded the; bride's uiiele, n superintendent of fire brigade and air raid precaution personnel. The hride was a voluntary warden in the :,crviee belore join- in K tlie forees three years ago. The single ring service which was held at Saint James-lhe-( Iveat I'hurrh. was attended by 511 quests. Till 1 Vows were exehanyed by Viear ]•". Howard Cross. l'"ive vases of flowers on the altar and a. border ol sweel Williams w^ven in the choir loft ni'ill constituted tlu rhun.'h <leco- rations. At the reception for the weddinK guests at Oxford House, London, n three-tier \vedrting eake, surmounted by wedding bells and lilies-ot-the- valley was slieeil and served. The couple left immediately after for FotherhiKhay, north of London, for a short stay at a small inn. The bride is stnUonoci'in northern Ireland and the liri(lPKi'oo:n in England. Mrs. gow n made \\ hit e h id ,<- her wedding •.id" satin frock ii"i,.. ll-r long in j'lar- with i'i-e whit"? lace ;: white prayer ot three orchids sories. Fur try v- chose a two-tone atlendant wor orm and her m ck dinner a hl her • it her j Iress ] gardenia gloves •; book. A cor^ti rornpleted li- r a' eling costume, s blue wool <uit. i Mrs. C!i - e<-n's land army unit" \va.s attired in with rbinestoti" dei'orafions. The wediling, a post-D-i)a\ p affair, was aiTMngeii with ilespile I he I'.-u > that, pie were serving In tin 1 war. Tbo brid", a London girl, received her education in the I'.iitish school:-. Her husband, now a corporal in the finance department of rh" I'nited Stat"s Army Air Force, was educated In the Kern comity grammar and high schools He was employed by Hank of Ann'ilea Vn-fore enlisting in the service. READER ENJOYED AT CUTS TEA MRS. WEILL ENTERTAINS AT LOVELY FUNCTION Containing n, singular delicata beauty. bul.h :ti content and in th"3 manner in which it. was presented 1 , a narrative po^in. "The American "Way." \va.« r«ad Viv- Mrs. I^'iwrence I. Weill for member- of Shake.«?peare Study Club, Sunday afternoon at a tea given by tho executive board. Catching the author's feeling of tha ut interruption j svveep and beauty of American llv- hoth young peo-j ing, Mrs. "Weill added nn Introduc- ti'^13 In rhythm, which added much to the presentation. The tea, held at the home, of Mrs. Mae Safford, 519 Xiles street, opened the season for Shakespeare Study Club auspiciously. The chief host- ospea besides Mrs. Stafford Included Mesdamos T. J. Foley, O. A. Burton, i'. T. "Wachob. John Murdoch and Miss Harriet. F. Buss. "Pin Worms Can't Harm MY Child!" Better learn the Truth, Mother 1 Yon mny think that Pin-Worms are liwt a harmless nuisance. 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