The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 12, 1944 · Page 9
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Garden Party to Be U. D. C. Fete Tonight Events of tonight will include a garden party of Mildred Lee Chapter, United Daughters of Confederacy, at the home of Air/ and Mrs. S. F. AVells, 820 Roberts Lane. Families of members are invited. An informal evening is planned. The event opens the. season for the U. D. C. organization, locally. League President Home; Meet Slated h. _ Airs. 1-ir. n. Fike, who returned Sunday from Glendale where she spent the last fortnight with her hvis- bijnd, who was in the south for his health, has announced a'meeting of Kern County League of Women Voters, of which she is president, 1'or Friday at 3 p. m., at IfiOO K street. The meeting is in charge of two groups, the juvenile protection and elections sections. Plans will be discussed for the annual membership tea, Saturday, October 7, at Woman's Club tearoom. Miss Dorothy Donuhoo lias been requested to read a patriotic play on that date. FREE LECTURE OX CHRISTIAN SCIENCE * Entitled: ''Christian Science: The Victory of Good Over Evil" by Peter B. Biggins, C. S. B. of Seattle, Wnsh. Member of Ihe Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. TONIGHT 8 o'clock Under the auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Bakersfield. in the CHURCH EDIFICE Bakersfield Eighteenth and C Streets Girls League Gives Ice-BreakerJ^arty Freshmen Girls, Women of Faculty Guests at Fete Fri'slHuun Kirls and wonirn fuciilty nu'iiibi'rs were pppclal Riii'sts of the Knst Biikorsflcld Irish School Girls' League nt a party hold Friday afternoon in Ihp girl's gymnasium. Purpose of the affair was to help frpshmpn girls got acquainted and to introduce them to thpir "big sisters." The "big sistprs" are oldpr girls who hplp the bpginning stu- ilrnts adjust themselves to school life. Miss Florine Smith. Oirls 1 League social chairman, was in charge of Ihp party. She was assisted by Miss Shirley Vogel, who arranged the en- tertalnment. Cookips and punch were served by the officers and committee chairmen of the organization. Table decorations wero arranged by Missps Pat J'pck and Mary Curran. Rntertainnipnt was provided by Marian Mann, history instructor, who gave a reading, "t'ncle Josh on the School Board." Miss Alvcra 1/pisch sang "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," and Winnil'rpd Anglin played Paderewski's "Minuet" as a piano solo. Following the program, frames and dancing to phonograph records were enjoyed by the girls. Miss Lois Smith, dean of girls, is faculty sponsor of the Girls' League. ALL HELPS "While sugar rationing isn't the headache it used to be, home economists suggest these hints to make sugar go that much further: (1) Add sugar last in cooking dried fruits, it takes less: (2) Thoroughly dissolve sugar in beverages, obviously less is needed if you leave none in the bottom of the cup; ('!) Serve fresh ripe fruits whenever possible, they require little or no sugar at nil. Have Your Eyes Examined Open a Charge Account GLASSES • That are right for your eyes and your job. CONSULT DR. R. F. ABRAMS OPTOMETRIST 1507 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-7335 GUEST SPEAKERS PRESENTERS INFORMATIONAL REMARKS GIVEN AT P. T. A. EVENT Rafter Ktitlb Califomian Tuesday, September 12, 1944 9 "IJKi MSTKR"—One hundred eighteen members of the Hostess Club at Bakprsfield High School played "big sister" to incoming freshmen this year, helping them overcome the initial stages of "school fright." Pictured above are hostesses, Miss P.etty Lane, a senior, and Miss Barbara Mealy, also a senior, directing Miss Jacqueline Crume, an entering freshman, about the campus. SOCIETY PARADE Delta Tin-la Tan Members of Delta Theta Tau sorority recently shared a cocktail party at the home of Miss Marjorie Crot- hatis, -SOO La Cresta Drive, Mrs. Ualph Thaxton, chah-.ivjn, was assisted by Mrs. M. M. Ackerman, Miss (ii'othans, and Miss Tna Bruett. Special guests at the function included Mesdames Xash Brown, Joe Yant. Richard Dennen, Roland Woodruff, Kenneth Duncan and Misses Lois McCall, Betty Jean .laggard, and Katherine Bayes. Draw prize during the evening was won ! by Mrs. Coiisoline Oldhain. Members are; Chcstri- .hunes Ail Miiffnril Knl|ill Tlmxlon Kcl Wulffl .lfun,-s I..VOMH S. XI. Jlr.vsciii J.u Verne S1i;H !o rinyil Stnviifl Honnlil Mun <>llus KtiK"r J>f'jMK'n XI. .M. Ai-krrman M;izH SliBi-r CnllsolillC' Olilham IfH/rl Sholclnn D. A. LJoynton Misses— Illil I'l'IM'lt. I.imis Il.ill I^unaine . Xl:t i y Carman Mai\jorie ( Kfisilon Simula Alpha The first meeting of the fall soa- son was held by Alpha Thcta chapter. Kpsilon Sigma sorority, recently in the desert room of Hotel El Te.ion, where plans were discussed for the inter-sorority monthly I'SO party September L'7 at the hall. The September party is to be sponsored by Alpha Theta chapter under the direction of Miss Patsy Winton. Committees for the ensuing year were appointed as follows:. Miss Frances Kmbry, "rushing" chairman, with Mrs. Charles W. Nail and Miss Betty Moss assisting; Mrs. Beverly Moss, social chairman, assisted by Mrs. James Parks, Mrs. Darrell S. Matoon, Misa Constance Aldrich, and Miss Alice Thompson. Mrs. William Moses is chairman o£ the BID'S LARGEST SEUER AT IOC welfare committee and will be assisted by Miss Bette Smith. Miss Mary Riecomlni tendered her resignation as vice-president and Miss Frances Km'ji'y was elected to take over the position. Miss Hoceo- mini will be married In October to Alfred Cortopassi of Richmond. It was announced that a meeting of the executive officers will be held September 1 :i at the home of Miss Ruth Swell, 5" I Twenty-eighth street, and that the next educational meeting will be held September 20 at Hotel 101 Tejon. Miss Dorothy Pin-nan was elected educational director to fill the vacancy left by Miss Kmbry. Two former members. Airs. Moses and Miss Smith, were welcomed back into the chapter. Defense stamps were given to Mrs. Muses. Miss Swett presided during the evening. Members are; Me-sdames— Kin-man E. Alr.Ynams JamOH Pa rks William Tioilt Hilly (l. XliliKT l>v<-i l.v Moss Misses— riinstanco Aldrich Kraut/PS Kmhry Klva Morris Mary UirrmTimi Anna Ilhnc Smith Ruth Swclt I'alsy Winton Bftly Moss Three speakers were included in the recent seventh district 1". T. A. meeting, those participating including Mrs. Rollin Brown, Santa Monica, first vice-president for the state organization: Mrs. Blanche S. Hook, Los Angeles, editor of California Parent-Teacher magazine, and Doctor Krusich of the public health department. The session was held at First Baptist Church and was presided over by Mrs. D. K. McLennan of McKittrick. Mrs. Brown, who has returned from a visit to many communities, found members active In promoting community-supported recreation programs, and California helpfully alive to recreational programs which she believes points to progress in the postwar period. She told members to vote on Propositions ", !( and 11 on the ballot and emphasi/.ed that the P. T. A. is interested in politics, but not in partisan politics. Mrs. Hook told of the need in family life of a wholesome kind of living rather than the type of sophisticated life that sometimes prevails. Doctor Krusich said, in part: "Health education must bo in thP school program. Children must, accept the responsibility of their own health. The present health program has failed because we have overlooked the wpll child. We must make sure that' mothers know how to keep their children healthy. 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