The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 15, 1944 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 15, 1944
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KID PARTY WILL BE EARLTFETE A. W. S. ANNOUNCES BOf AND GIRL FUNCTION Social nativities at Bakersfield Junior C'cillr^c nro undor way with propara^ons bpRlnning for the Associated Women Students' annual kid party, according to AIlss Dorothee Dicbol, president of the organization. X« definite d:ite has been set, but the party will probably be sometime next week. An evening; affair, the event promises a full portion of gaiety and IfifiKhler as the sophomore girls come dressed as "little boys" and the freshman girls as little "femmcs fatales." Plans have also been started for a rummnKe sale to lie hold on November 114. Old clothes and articles of all descriptions are already being collected. At a recent meeting, freshman representatives from the districts were elected. Those voted into office were: Miss Roberta Fayle, Delano; Miss I'eKKy Stewart, Kast Bakersfield: Miss Owlnda, flakers- field; Miss Corrine Mettler, Shatter; Miss Claire Anderson, "Wasco. Daughters of Penelope to Purchase War Bonds Two more $50 war bonds will be purchased this month by Daughters of Penelope, Bebe Chapter No. 84, the chapter having a total of seven $50 bonds to date. At n recent meeting, which'was the first since the summer recess, Plans were discussed for full. Miss Mary Demos, president, announced that a meeting will be belli in the Hellenic Coimnnnity ball, 4i>l Truxtun, Tuesday, September liti. Formula for Fashion . . . and limv arc \OU this Fall? . . . Well, you're smooth iiiul urban . . . you're subtle and siisivt! . . . you're nllur- inply feminine, mid a lady from top to toe. In other words . . . you're MOW . . . you've got that NEW 'FALL LOOK. * * * THK SEASON'S SMART- KST SLIT IS STILL THE I'NIFOKM of tlie WAC, the WAVE, the STAR, or the MARIXK . . . mid will lie until Viclory is OURS. But unfortunately, we can't all ninirli In the ranks. So let's look our very HKST while doing our job here ut home. Why not try a soft woolen suit, dangerously feminine with limitless possibilities, that is outi'MReously flattering to the figure? JAUNTY JUNIOR has several perfectly marvelous styles . . . ami you can see them exclusively at EGGER'S. * * * ' FIT FOR A QtKEX? . . . Absolutely . . . even if you DO have one of those "I-fim't-find-a-tliiiiB-to-f it-mo" figures. Because EGGER'S 1ms a simply stunning collection of half-size afternoon and si reel drosses bearing the "FAMOUS" label. "Famous" knows, just what, to do with YOUR kind of figure, so no matter how hard it's been for you to find things to fit before this, you WILL find just the style to satisfy your fancy mid figure in one of these really glamour-giving half- sixe fashions. * * * THE LOVE OF YOUR LIFE this season is the wnist- cont worn with a matching or contrasting .skirt. Or you'll love one worn with one of your favorite wool-gabardine stacks or with your new Fall casual suit. They come in simply luscious shades, and look super over a long-sleeved gabardine blouse. You'll have a chance to show-off the wonderful sleeve details of the new blouses with a waistcoat, too ... so you see, no Fall wardrobe is complete without one. They're definitely NEW. » * * WE'RE PROUD AS PEACOCKS OF OUR FUR DE PARTMEM. When you buy your new fur coat al EGGER'S, you can be assured that it is tho very finest, he- cause EGGER'S guarantees each and every fur, offers you free service and free storage, so you sec, you just can't go wrong. But if you've decided to do with the fur coat you already own nnd put the resl in War Bonds, well, EGGER'S is right there to help you make your old fur coat last. EGGER'S has a fulltime furrier Just panting to help you remodel, repair, re-dye or clean your old fur coat. * » * And of course, you'll see all the SMARTEST WOMEN at the Polls this Full. HAVE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE? SOCIETY PARADE Officers Election of officers was held when members of the Alpha. Zeta Beta sorority met recently at the home of Mrs. Roy, 8 Quincy street, Miss Kay Baker being chosen as president. Others elected were Mrs. Clay Thompson, vice-president; Aliss Vir- Rlnia Conn, recording secretary; Mrs. Kil Knehn, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ernest Clefnents, treasurer; Mrs. Walter Wasem, editor; Miss Rosemary Langan, guard; Mrs. D. A. Annls, marshal; Mrs. Ross Wishord, chaplain, and Mrs. LeRoy Saunders, book chairman. Plans were also made during the evening for formal installation to he held September 27 at Bakersfield Inn, with Mrs. Wasem as chairman and Mrs. Stanley Alexander assisting. The priy.e for the evening was won by Miss Dorothy May Gibson. Refreshments were served. Recently the sorority celebrated Founder's day at a barbecue at the home of Mrs. William Lord with the evening spent playing games. Members arc: Elect Officers Mis. Hazel Sheldon was elected president of Theta Kappa Tati sorority when the group met recently j at the home of Mrs. K. Dodson, ^1'IS i Twenty-fourth street, with Mrs. Arthur Chauran as co-hostess. Other officers elected were Mrs. Dudley Grimes, vice-president; Mi's. Kenneth Duncan, secretary; Mrs. Jack Hackett, treasurer; Mrs. Richard E. Dodson. historian. The installation ceremony will be held in connection with a dinner at Hotel El Tejon September 25. Further plans were also made for the convention to be held In Hollywood October 14 and 15. Nineteen members from the local chapter plan to attend. A special gift prize was won by Mrs. Grimes. Members are: Hoy ArmlKtead ]lerc Giraud Krriest Clements Hoss Wisherd Kd Kuehn Clay Thompson Klmo Fri'ear D. A. Annis William Lord Stanley Misses— • Kay Baker Bern Ice Crooks Dorothy Kldun Dolpim Walter Wasem ,lai-k Unser Carl Dittlls Alfred Pea rce H. I'. Lyon Robert Braase Alene Harmon T.,eroy Sanders Alexander Virginia Conn Rosemary Langan Mae Gib.ion Harry Gamble Fefcd Three-year-old Harry Gamble, of 510 Ray street, Wingland Square, was the Ruest of honor at a birthday anniversary party Wednesday morning. The fried guest's mother. Mrs. Harry Gamble, was hostess at the event. jMcadamrs — R. C.. DoilBon M:ixiin< Wai ruth 1 )P\VI\V Hnrtoti Horfice Thnrm.'in Arthur ( '|IH u i a n ,la<k Hnrkpti. Jr. llnxi-l Sheldon IDudlf.v (Irimea Rul.orl llollii.BB- u nil h A. K. llrnnks K I, Unit. ,lr. Merrill sn,,,,,« Ni-il Fullmvuill Alliert Sua mi Kjirl Srnler AVii.i n<> Otliuii Kenneth Dum:an Atpmlinjf were: Jli-.silami-s— llainl.l Siprk KrHnk IMnllips Itnlnh JUniieU Chilil r<-n — Skceler Bray Wayne Steele }|uch W"tln-rstiiinn \V;iynp Thomas Terry Phillius Steve Brumback Nelda O'Kane Tiotty Nurris Claudine Leiston * * * To San Diego Journeying to Pan Diego tins week was Dr. C. A. Fowler, of Stocktlnle, to get his son, Clinton Fowler, seaman second clas.s, United States navy. Seamon Fowler hns just completed "hoot camp" training. Also accompanying the Fowlers on (ho trip back to Bakersfield will he William Neil, seaman second class, of m P street. Both boys entered the navy July 1. # * # Hack From North Miss Cioldie VVhilk-y, 2.T07 California avenue, has returned to this city after a short visit with her sister, Mrs. Paul C. Dewitt. and small John J*iiid Dewitt in South San Francisco. .Mrs. Dewitt is a former resident pf BaUersfieki. Also visited by Mrs. AVhitley during her trip north were .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood and their daughters Lila and Claudia, of Burlingame. B. 1C. HAS JOLLY INFORMAL FETE MISS WALLACE IS CHOSEN STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT Climaxing Wakcrsfiold junior college's annual "Howdy Week", n "get-acquainted" picnic was held Friday at Beale Park for Jaysee students and faculty members. Miss Barbara AVallace, student body president, was chairman for the event. Community singing was led by Ranald Clark, high school ami junior college music instructor. M is.- Fay MeCannon was piano accompanist. Impromptu student intersiews were conducted by Bakersfield Junior College's roving reporter, Lonnie Pathi'. Among those personalities introduced wore. Miss Mary (.Jon- xales, .second vire-pi esiiK'iit o[ the student body; Miss June Hunter, Renegarlc Kip newspaper editor; -Miss Fay MeCannon, Uacoriti ur \carlionk editor; Miss Mildred Bailey, director of public relations; .Miss Barbara Baldwin, director of student activities; Miss'Betty Jean Frank, business manager of publications: and Miss Ruth Duncan, business manager of the student body. Miss Wallace, formerly chosen to serve as first vice-president, replaces President Krnest Old ha m, who will not return to jaysee. Miss Txiis Hanawnlt is campaigning for the first vice-president position; and Miss Bonnie Winger will run for the office of secretary, formerly hold by Miss Connie MacDon.-ild, who is also leaving junior college. Misses Julia Anderson and Carol Cunningham are petitioning for the position of freshman representative A special student body election will h<- held on Tuesday, September HI. to fin those offices. Baberafielb Californtan Friday, September 15, 1944 5 A. A. U. W. to Hear Artist at First Meeting October 7 Opened by Aliss Alexandria Brad- •shaw, bend of the art department of Fresno State College, who will speak and exhibit her own paintings, Saturday evening, October 7, an engaging program was announced for American Association of University Women by Miss Mae Saunders, program chairman, when members of the executive board convened Tuesday. The session, the first fall executive board gathering, was held a I: the home of the president, Miss Edna Keough, 1904 B street, with Miss Keough presiding. A reception for new and prospective members will *be held after the program on October 7. Miss Caroline Harris was welcomed to the board, replacing Mrs. W. M. Forker, resigned. Reports were given by the chairmen of all committees and study sections, on plans for the year. Miss Keough presented a progress report on plans for a postwar adjustment forum to be sponsored by A. A. U. W. Sept^piber ^S at S p. m. at Washington School auditorium. Speakers will be Dr. Francis J. Bowman, Dr. Oliver Carlson and Dr. W. Ballentine Henley. ECZEMA? TO RELIEVE ITCH PROMPTLY I Mildly medicated Cuticura soothes promptly— u used by many nurses! Buy today! CUTICURA SOAPi OINTMENT the Secret of Glamour Keep hair lustrous . . . gleaming . . . ALIVE ... the not- ural way . . . with LA. HRIROIL Created in Hollywood— for You! 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