The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 13, 1944 · Page 9
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 9

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, September 13, 1944
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Local, National Clubhood •Discussed for B. P. W. C. Celebrating -~> years of local and national clubhood. Business and Profession Women's club Monday night held a dinner for Ifiu members and heads of service groups, -with three local .speakers reminiscing, commenting on the present, and forecasting future, and with Mrs. Otis. Hymer, mezxo-soprano soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Joseph Woolridge, providing the evening's music. Mrs. George Hamilton, twenty-sixth president of the urbanization, ibrought greeting and introduced the evening's toastmistrcss, Mrs. Pearl Braden, junior past-president. In the information provided by the symposium, comprised of Mrs. Km- Vnett Henley, Mrs. Mildred DcBolt and Miss Dorothy Donahoc, it was developed that the national organization was formed in July of 1019 at St. J,ouis, with 1!S4 clubs and L'">00 members participating. The local club was born two months later with Mrs. Walter Oshorn and the civics committee, of Woman's Club initiating the organization. Mrs. DeBolt state executive secretary-treasurer, took up the organization in its present status, f-howinj? how it has become a force ' in the economics, political, civic and legislative fabric of- the country. Miss Donahoo, state program coordinator, carried the thought for. ward, linking the place of women with other organizations and with the maintenance of democracy and peace. Mrs. Tlymer and Mrs. Woolridge Contributed much to the evening, the soloist and her accompanist not only opening the program with a patriotic number and closing it wilh "End of a Perfect Day", but providing a Norwegian group, operatic nria and brilliant encore. Mrs. Uymer introduced her numbers with streamlined interpretations, of half- whimsical nature, which added much to their enjoyment. The selections, two in Norwegian, one Danish, and the other Italian, were "The Gull" (Sinding), "The Little Mountain Maid" (Lange-Muller) "The Norwegian Echo Song" (Thranel): "O Mio Fernando" from "La Favorita" (Donizetti) and "Cicerenella", an Italian folk song. Miss Betty Gould announced a speech class open house for September 1MI, .Miss Edna Kcough announced an A. A. U. VV. forum on postwar planning for September L'S, Mrs. Lillian Beardsley gave a sports section announcement and Mrs. Lottie Myers spoke in behalf of Community theater. Mrs. Hamilton introduced representatives of service groups and their wives, guests of members, and officers of the club. She thanked those who had wade the evening a success, including In addition to the foregoing, Mrs. James Kraywinkel, dinner chairman; Mrs. Aline Hooper, ticket chairman: Miss Hanna Ehrhorn. telephone chairman, Miss Dorothy Dona hoe. who made the program, and Henry McCnllen. Keith Skidrnore and John Mason, from Twenty-Thirty club, who arranged n. loud-speaker. Ministerial Unit r Convening Friday Plans for the fall will be discussed at a special meeting of the Ministerial Association at 1 p, m. Friday, at First Baptist Church, according to the Reverend X. A. Christensen, president of the association. Assisting will be Captain John Ritchie, vice-president; and the Reverend F. Anderson, secretary-treasurer. MARY ARUEN CHAPTER Mary Arden chapter, Shakespeare Study Club, will meet at the home of Mrs S. L. Albaugh. 2122 Dracena street, September 15 at 9 a. m., according to Mrs. O. A. Burton, secretary. Picnic Slated by Wesley Members Wesley class of First Methodist. Church announces a monthly social gathering at Jastro Park, Sunday. (September 17, at 4:00 p. m. The I function will take the form of a pic- | nic dinner for all the family. Par| ticipants are requested to bring a hot j or cold dish, bread and butter sand[ wielien and table service. The drink and dessert will be furnished. The committee in charge is comprised of Messrs. and Mesdames Robert Shields, Leron Jones, Fritz Groene and Fred MeClarren. Logans of Spokane Have New Baby Son SO COOLING/ It's amazing! You feel cool, crisp, fresh, safe against offending when you use Cuticura Talcum after bath or shower. It's different! Lighter—finer—better! Helps relieve discomfort of heat rash, sunburn. Try it!-25ji! Fragrant • Mildly Medicated CUTICURA TALCUM Christian Church Circles Meeting Four circles of First Christian Church Women's Council have announced meetings for Thursday of this week. Ksthrr Circle will convene at Bethany h-.vll at. fi-.SO p. m. for a potlnck family dinner. All members and families are bidden, ill's. W. II. Kennedy will preside. Naomi Circle will meet all day Thursday to tic comforts. Mrs. C. F. Martin, 151! 4 1-ieale avenue, will act as hostess. PotlucU luncheon will bo served at noon. Airs. Koss Woolen will preside. Lyelia Circle will moot Thursday nt '- p. in. at the home of Mrs. Ethel Slorr.s, l!l!?,l Sunset avenue. Mary Circle will meet at 2 p. m. with Mrs. Neva Jeske, !)^S Pearl street. Mrs. Rich. mis will preside; officers will be elected. Announcement has been made that Mrs. O. J. Coulter, a missionary, will preach at the morning service at First Christian Church Sunday. September 17. Livingstone Guild Sets Meeting for Friday Livingstone Guild of First Presby- j terian Church will meet at 7::!u p. m. Friday at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth House, IflO Oleander avenue. The Guild is a group of business and professional women who meet 'once a month to study missions. A , social get-acquainted period follows the study program and light refreshments are served. All teachers and business women are cordially invited. Anyone without transportation may call the president. Miss Nora Cady, phone 2-XS:',L'. Directions for bus riders are: Take No. 4 bus going south on Chester, get off at Verde or Bank street on Oleander. D. of V JoTiave Visit FromOfficer To plan a card party October 21, and a visit from the departmen president, Mrs. Kva Hughart of Sac ramento. November 9, Elizabeth N Call Tent No. i;(, Daughters of Vet erans will meet Thursday evening The session is the first this fall Mrs. Sadie Williams will preside. Plans will be announced for an en tertainment in honor of Mrs. J. Ketchem, district inspector, in co nection wilh dent's visit. NOTATION WILL BE HELDJDAY N. D. G. W. TO WELCOME ADMISSION DAY CLASS Soroptimists Resume Club Meetings; Reader Is Heard £afeer*fielb Californten Wednesday, September 13,1944 9 A son was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Logan, formerly of this city, and now of Spokane, Wash., on September 3. Mrs. Logan is the former Miss Dorothy Farrar, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. D. Farrar, of Spokane. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Logan of this city. The child also has a great grandmother in Idaho, and grandparents in this city are Mr. and Mrs N. Zachary, SiM Monterey street. NO ASPIRIN FASTER than genuine, pure St. Joseph Aspirin. World's largest seller at lOc. None better, none surer. Why pay more? Why ever accept leas? Demand St. Joseph Aspirin. Overtime Glamour K n, the department presi- bv $115 Plus Federal Tax as slimvn in HARPER'S BAZAAR A dramatic coat to give you an exlra- spocial look on any occasion. \Yoiulcr- fully warm and very luxurious looking, wilh a lavish tuxedo front and deep cuff's of richly gleaming Forest Mink- lilended Muskrat. In a stunning, all- wool suede, painstakingly tailored to fit your junior figure wilh custom perfection. 1823 Chester Avenue, Bakersfield An i ntc costing looking bod ten closi s olU'ncfl charmingly by a sol't while frill jM'hioven .1 noiHl'U 1 individuality in thi uii'i-s lor th? conservative woman who like dignified clothes, but who wauls then pretty, ton! Pattern No. SIS I is in si/.p» 3-1, 3fi. 38 -)H. 4'2 t 44, -l*i and 4S. Size 3(i, «hnr j-looves. reuuires '.} r '« ya rda nf lift-inr material; i ^i yards machine'made rulflini for trim. Tho fimiu'l now issu« ol the mirtmtmmp style hook—Fiishinn—has "i! ]).*i«es of mo junking, crlsr- new sportswear and BUimne day frocks and accessories. Order you copy now. Trice 15 rents. For this attractive pattein, send 20 cents in coins, with your nump. address, pattern number and n\ze to The Bakersfield Caltfornian Today's Pattern Service. 709 Mission Street. San Francisco .t. Peggy Sage WHIRLIGIG A new shade with a startling name . . . in the medium range of shades, the new light shade that everyone can wear, that men will like. Kimball and Stone Druggists Eighteenth and Chester SILL BUILDING FiiniiM initiation will tic b^Ul . \vlifii Kl Tojun I'.-irlor No. 2«!>. Nii- livo Dniislitcrs of tlin Golden \Vrst. > mpft." I'Yiilay in Woman's Club I building. Tlio initiation will consist ' of the jvn-Ior's Admission Day class 1 of candidates nnd a bis surprise is in store for the participants, says those in chai'KP. Tlpfroshinonts will 1>o served during the rveniiiB by Mrs. Madge Fott\ Mrs. Winifred Bo\von, and Miss Lucy Superiino. It was also announced by Miss Lucy Supertino, chairman, that the next breakfast to be held jointly with the Native Sons will lie Sunday. As reported by co-chairman, Mrs. W. G. Ufa., Jr. and Mrs. Charles Kollenborn that another barn dance will lie held October 13 with the Native Sons. The members of the activity group will assist on the committee and tickets will go on sale soon. The drill team will meet for practice Tuesday at Druids hall at 7 p. m., Mrs. A. E. Ciggy and Miss Supertino, captain,, report. The next performance to be staged by the escort and drill team will be at the annual pioneer tea. All members are asked to get in touch with either of the captains so that arrangements may be made for participation as soon as possible. At a recent event held in Beale Park at which Mrs. Russell Bowen, Mrs. Ada Batholomew, and Mrs. B. Ward were hostesses, a "white ele- hant" auction was conducted by Irs. A. S. Sandrini. treasurer for 10 group. The funds will he vised y the courtesy committee. The fol- iwing members are listed on the nurtesy committee: Mesdames A. S. andrini, B. Ward. Bclmond Turner. 'navies Kollenbui-n, and Harry Smith. After partaking of the dinner ;erved by Mrs. Fred Alippi, the par- or's president, was surprised with he presentation o£ a birthday cake, ind card shower. A manicure set vas also presented as a. gift from he group. The next meeting will be held in October at Jastvo Park. Those present were: McFdames Inssell Bowen, Willie U. Eartel. Yilliam O. Hea. Jr., U. B. Sanders. 7. M. O'llare. Jr., Charles Kollen- iorn, Klmo Destefaiii, Ona Moffett. !Iallie Bowman. David Jones. Ainer- go S. Sandrini, Harry Smith, Jr.. John J. Clarkin, Matie A. Olin, Dan Mays, Edith Penland, J-'red Alippi, Marie Freitas, Ivan Blalock, Sim Dunham, Ksther Slagle, A. E. Giggy, Bex Fischer. B. "Ward, E. F. Bartholomew., W. B. Fote, Belmond Turner, and Misses Barbara Hale. Alice Ligari. Knid Johnson, Beatrice Bardson, and Lucy Supertino. FRATERNAL O. E. S. Security Chapter No. 4J(i, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold its first fall meeting. Thursday, at S p. in., in the Masonic temple with Mrs. Frankie Tucker, worthy matron, and Oscar Pike, worthy patron, presiding. Sunnier Circle Birthday Plans will be completed for the celebration of Sumnor Circle's birthday anniversary when the group meets in Druids hall at S p. m., Thursday. Mrs. Betty Dorsey, arch druidess! requests a full attendance. The Past Arch Druidess Club will have eharr.3 of refreshments and an attendance prize will be given. Bakersfield Lodge Bakersfield Lodge No. 224 will meet, Thursday, at 7 p. m., in the Masonic temple. Work in the first degree will be conferred. J. L. Van Zant, senior warden, will be in charge. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. All Masons are invietd. J. Hoy White presiding. Gatherinir for tin- first time Ibis ' fall, members of Sovoptimist Club ; nifl List night for a dinner meeting ; in the hurricane room at Hotel Kl Te.jon with Mrs. Frank Ilornkobl. presiding. Mrs. Fred Henry, talented dramatic reader, presented i\ current play following the dinner. A business meeting will be held September L'.'I .11 the home of Mrs. llornkohl at which plans for the year will be made. Assisting Mrs. Horiikobl for the year are: Mrs. Pearl 11. Waterman, vice-president: Mrs. Hilda M. O'Neill, recording secretary; Mrs. A. B. Ticrk, corresponding secre- Mrs. J. \V. Doughty, financial Louis J. Benxino. Porter Turner. tary; secretary; Mrs. treasurer; Mrs. auditor. Directors are Mesdames Grace Cowan. II. B. Meryvveather, Grace Michaels and Miss Zadie Saecker. Committees for the year include: Ann llolgersoii memorial fund, Dr. Sophie Goldman, chairman, Miss Dorothy Wilkinson: victory, Mrs. Waterman, chairman. Mrs. Cowart. Dr. Violet Martin. Mrs. Michaels: wax's Mini :neans. Mrs. Mi' liai'ls, chairman, Doctnr Martin, Mrs. Benzino and Miss Saecker. Parliamentarian, Mrs. Cowart per- geant-at-arms. Doctor Martin, (hair- man. .Miss t'rsula Hrunner; civic and club reunions. Mrs. Cowart. chairman. Mrs. O'Neill; service, Mrs. Marguerite Follansebee, chairman. Dr. Myrnie Git'ford. Doctor Goldman, Miss 'Wilkinson. Mrs. Nellie Denslow and Mrs. Mabel Dodge; birthdays. Mrs. Doughty, chairman, Miss Mrunner. Mrs. Rcnzino and Mrs. [Jessie Baker; classification. Mrs. Hay M. Carlisle, chairman, Doctor Goldman, Mrs. Turner: courtesy. Mrs. Dodge. Miss Saecker; dinner and attendance, Mrs. Meryweather, chairman, Doctor Martin, Mrs. Hen- x.ino and Mrs. Waterman: legislation, constitution and by laws. Mrs. Follansbee; music 1 . Mrs. Tieck. chairman, and Mrs. O'N'eill; program and publicity, Miss I'runner, chairman. Mrs. Dod.ce, Mrs. Cowart, Miss Saecker. Doctor Git'ford. and Mrs. Tieck; American Sot optimist maga- xine correspondent, Mrs. O'N'eill nnd Camp Fire council representative, Mrs. Fullansheo. Reports, Autumn Plans Are on Inter-Sorority Agenda Reports, plans and announcements filled the evening Monday when Inter-Sorority Council convened at Hotel El Te.jon with Miss Dorothy Durnian presiding. Mrs. Charles Wren presented a report on the 'back to school' party which Phi Kpsilon I'll! sorority gave at t'SO hall in August, and Mrs. Roy A mil- stead reported the July Candyland party of Alpha 7,eta Beta sorority. Kpsilon Sigma Alpha will entertain, Sepl ember 27. It was decided that formation of a bowling team and dancing club will be postwar projects. The council will sponsor a dance, for members and guests soon, with Phi Alpha Kappa sorority in general charge. Miss Durman reported that a total of $:i(i,7i'i(i.l!,") in bonds had been sold by members of Inter Sorority Council in the Fifth War Loan drive.' Mrs. Emmett Henley was made an honorary member of Inter-Sorority Council. Drive for Church j Fund Continuing ! i .inplete ,V'>rtii-i.t'-t!ie.River's , the St. Mark's Methodist building fund, a campaign the sufficient, amount will a i 1< ise i his. week. St. Mark's share of the building fund is $:,iiiin, of which $:',inKi has been raised. Members are hoping to raise the remainder by the end of the drive. The church is to Vie lmil< as soon as priorities can be obtained. Officers of St. Mark's Metlu.dist Church and the Women's Sncietv of Christian Service have been elected and have been formulating the (mure program of the church and the women's socletx Visiting ministers who are assisting the I'.everend J. Band. Jr., pastor of St. Mark's Methodist Church, in contacting persons interested in donating to the building fund are the Ucvcrendo Hubert A. Panzer, of Selma; Edwin Street, of Tulare; and Carl Stocking, of Taft. Lay members of the church who are accompanying the ministers. are Mesdames Harold Thomas, IT. F. , Mennie, William Lattimore. O. W. i lleiml'orlh, Sam Berg, and Mr. and 1 Mrs. W. B. Macomber. i The new building will be located" j on Hurrle avenue between Norris j Koad and Second street. According to the Tlcvcrend Mr. : Hand, anyone interested in helping ' to complete the building may reach him at LM7 Highland Drive, or phone WIKNKK BAKK North ol'-the-lliver girls' softhall team was hostess at a wiener bake and supper at Jastro Park Monday 'levelling, the Minter Field WAC soft| ball team as guests. More than 5(t j girls were in attendance. Mrs. LH- j Man Watlenbarger was in charge for t he evening. TRYOUTS BEING HELD HR SHOW J. C. SELECTS INCOGNITO FOR PRODUCTION SOON Tryouts for "Incognito," by K. Richard Xu^baum, a mystery- comedy in three acts, to be presented by the Bakersfield Junior College student body on Friday, November 17, are being held today and tomorrow from :!::'.() to 5:00 p. m.. according to an announcement made by Miss Ethel Robinson, junior col- i ip s e speech and drama instructor ! and director of the play. i "Incognito" is a story of spies and counter-spies, with all the action taking place on board an American ship sailing from New York to de Janeiro. The excitement begins when a German spy is killed and seven women are suspected. English, (lerman and American spies are in- j volved in the fast-moving plot that ! works toward an unexpected ending. i Miss Robinson, who has been an instructor at Bakersfield Junior College and Kern County High School : for -I years, has directed 76 school '. plays. Among her outstanding suc- i cesses she lists "Yellow-jack," "Ceiling Zero," and "Mr. Pim Passes By," all Junior college productions. 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