The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 18, 1944 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, September 18, 1944
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Siemon Is Speaker for Secretaries \ , Plan Parties for Kiddies at Hospital; USO Event Pleading ftir a ''city beautiful" phvsii'ally. morally HIM! In m.'neral, Ma\ or .Alfred Siojiion gave a tnlk of civic value to members of l.c^al Sr-r- retnries Association at thoir first. meeting of the fall in cmmec-tinn with a dinner in the dosrrt rooni of Hotel Kl To.ion. -Mayor Siemon was himself an employe of a law offii-e for four years while attending law (school. Ho has been a .successful ;it- torney here since 19()!l, ami is now i director of civilian war services, I!r ! has throo .soris and a son-in-law in i the service. Mis- Beth l>aker. now serving her j 'second form as president of the scere- i taries, presided. and introduced) Mayor Siemon. "Legalities.' 1 a pub- ' lie.-ilinn prepared by Mrs. Unra \\'nud i ninl Mrs. Raymond Ainerlne. were ' distributed. These were in football ! motif, ami orange and blue colors, j and wore stapled to represent stitch- ' ing. j Decorations were in charge of j Miss Mary Roulzong and Miss live- ! lyn Parker. Plans were made for a I'.SO party, Sunday. It was decided to serve a light buffet, supper, the eummiltco to ! — -~^r~-:~: _ _ r ----include Mrs. Marie Forma n. -Mrs. \ Dora Wood, Mrs. Raymond Amerine. ! Mrs. Myra likely and Miss Kcba Nea te. i Arrangements were begun to i broaden tlie scope of interest in the) Kern General Hospital i.-liildi-en's i pnrties. H was suggested that sev- ] era] evenings be set aside each month to make favors and gifts. Increased attendance at production center of Red Cross, Tuesday evenings, was asked. Mrs. Klsie Crain was welcomed back into the unit and new members welcomed were Winifred (.iiles and Anne Villard. Thirty-two members :il SOl.'TII OF TIIK IJOHIIKH— To track down conversation pieces of antique jewelry for fall hats, daggers, keys, ear hoops and necklaces that once graced the marble throats of Madonnas—designers have gone on safaris and returned with treasure which will be copied. Previewed above is the clever Interpretation of the Guatemalan cuMom of scarf-covering the market baskets which native women poise on their hats and one by an adventurous designer who came back with hand-wrought silver ornaments. East Side P. T. A. Honors Faculty Rich Comments on Shift to Practical Studies FRATERNAL of Valley I.odjje .Star of the Valley Lodge X". "70 will meet Tuesday at i :.'!<i p. m. at the Masonic temple. Initiation of candidates will be conducted during the meeting. Prior to the business session a politick luncheon will be served in honor of the candidates at j":oO p. m All members are welcome to attend. I'enlalpha Club .Meeting Pentalpha Club of Security Chapter No. 41Mi, Order of the Kastcrn Star, will meet Tuesday evening at X p. m. at tlie home of Mrs. C. M. Walsh. L'5'!l California avenue. All members are asked to bring rummage. \V. it. \V. Bakersfield Camp No. 4GO, Wood- | men of the AVorld, will entertain i members and their families and j friends at a 6:30 p. m. din- : ner, Thursday, September -I. A so- I rial hour will follow the dinner. I <-H«lp» Natara RtOcve MONTHLY^ FEMALE HUN You who suffer such pain with tired, nervous, "dragged out" feelings— all due to functional periodic disturbances—start at once—try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Made especially for women—it helps nature! Also a grand stomachic tonic. Follow label directions. ; Kast P.akersfield High School j !'. T. A. honored the faculty and the i mothers of freshmen students at its i annual reception recently. K. W. Rich, principal, welcomed the ^roup and Introduced the teachers. He also slated thai Kast l!akcrsfie|i| High Is V.i students ahead in enrollment over [last year and that there is a not ice| able shift 1,1 Imsiness education and i away from foreign laminates. Mrs. Cliarles Scherix., president,. Introduced her chairmen and an- I liotmccd an executive board meeting ] to lie held at her home on Kuca- ;hplus 'Drive in tlie lorm of a put- i luck luncheon Se|i|ember :'i\. The ! next general meeting will be October | Kl at ll:l."i p. in. in the band room. A get-acquainted game played by the group was won by Mrs. Ira Xecdliam, The following musical program was presented during the afternoon: two piano solos. "Moon- liKht Sonata" and "Hungry." by .Miss (lay (libson, a student: llarla.n Mann sliming. "House by the Side of the Road," and Airs. Maun. "A Little Sons,' of Life." followed by a duet by the two, "An Old Kashfonod Harden." They were accompanied by Miss lleta. Sblininin. .Mrs. Harry Libby arranged the table bouquet anil rerreslunenls were served by .Mrs. ,1. K nil'feu, hospitality chairman, and her assistants, .Mrs. drover Cogdill and Mrs. I toy Colonial!. (O.MI'I.KTIOS COLItSH T'rivate I'.arbara .1. Shumate, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Charles 11. j Simulate of 1KK! Trnton avenue, at an air service conmianil station in | lOngland recently completed an; orientation course designed to bridge • the gap between training in t'uiteil States and actual work in Ibis war theater of operations. Her next station will bo one from which America's fighting planes cover our liberation of occupied Kuropo. RVMKOOZLFK — When "Carol Adalr," in slinky black gown and trimmings, made a dramatic plane arrival at Boise, Idaho, as a Hollywood starlet appearing in Judy Garland's latest vehicle, "Meet Ale in St. Louis," the town went wild, showered her with flowers, snapped camera shutters. Airs. Betty Goldenbogen of Cleveland, Ohio, plainly garbed l.'3-year- old secretary of Postmaster Harry Yost, also arrived in Boise, passed unnoticed through the thronged streets. Her buss, meanwhile, had himself a big laugh, for he alone knew that "Carol Adair" and his secretary were one and the same, and that the whole thing was a gag. According to reports, Boise is still blushing. SOMETHING FISHY If dishwashing is especially discouraging after something fishy, this trick will cheer you up: Kill cooking utensil with clear water, add a tablespoon or so of vinegar and bring water to a boil for a. minute or two. The trick not only banishes the fishy odor, but also loosens food stuck to the pan. Rinse serving dishes in hot vinegar water also before washing them. Carriers' Auxiliary Reports Convention At this week's meeting of Bakersfield Auxiliary No. <ir.8. to the Association of Li-tter Carriers, held in Coca-Cola olubroonis with Mrs. James Brunsell presiding, a full report of the recent: biennial convention of California was made by Mrs. BriniM'll. Airs Vcrnon Cage, Mrs. Benson Fry and Miss fjoldic Whitley, delegates. Mrs. E A. Uixon was elected trustee to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Mrs. Emily Deabill. At the successful convention, social events included a bail(|Uet attended by :iOO guests at Hotel El Tejon, follmved by dancing. Airs. Cage, and Mrs. Brunsell handled table decorations. using zinnias predominantly. Yernon Oldershaw wa.s the toastmaster. Jerry Shields, postmaster, brought greetings; Hugh Spaiikling of Pasadena was introduced, ami Representative Alfred J. Elliott and Airs Elliott were special guests. Air. Elliott being the chief speaker. Oilier social events included a luncheon for 28 in the green room of Hotel El Tejon Sunday, with Airs. Harvey Thomas as chairman, and a barbecue Sunday evening at 6:30, in the park east of Hoto4 Kl Tejon. Airs. Floienee Jeffs of Pasadena, presiding officer, was re-elected as state president, and those re-elected to assist her were Airs. Kate Aliller, vice- president; Airs Bessie Case, secretary; Mrs. Jennie Burg, treasurer, and Mrs. Mabel Johns, organizer. Mrs. Vernon Cage of Bakersfield was elected delegate Hi large, and Airs. James Brunsell, also of this city, was chosen alternate. Airs. Cage and Airs. Brunsell also were included among those to whom gifts were presented before adjournment. W. E. Collins Reported Missing in Europe Sergeant Waller E. Collins, husband of Betty J. Collins. Ho Camino Primavera, is missing- in action in the European area according to a report from the war department through Associated Press. A suite ol ( olonial charm in rich maple, having soft spriiijj- fillcd const ruction throughout . . . This n(tractive suite; is built aloiiK generous lines, giving its very appeiirancc an expression of superb restful comfort . . . Included are the mid chair and both are upholstered in smart, dimihl« fabrics with a full flounce on the sofa and chair ... A regular ijil!»!).")(( suite, Mc.Mahan's Anniversary Clearance Price is now ONLY Eighteenth and H Streets—Phone 8-8541 •AKCR8FIELD 1028 Baker Street—Phone 4-4981 EAST BAKERSFIELD S19-S21 Center Street—Phone 98 TAFT Radio Programs KPMCat7:15A.M. KPMCat5:30P. M. KIRNat7:OOA.M. KERNat«:OOP.M. KPMC at 12:00 Noon NKRN at 12:48 P.M. WOMEN'S fche Itakrrtfftelb Californfan Monday, September 18, 1944 SOCIETY PARADE With (lie Premos Mr. and Mrs George Premo. 606 Lincoln street, have been entertain- Ing as their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Robert \V. Carlisle and their son, Robert, Jr., of Hollywood, who have just returned from Rio de .Janeiro. Mr. Carlisle, brother of Mrs. Premo, widely' known for his technicolor shorts, of which he is the producer in the southern motion picture center, has been visualization man for the government in defense work in Rio, following similar work in New York. Mrs. Carlisle taught Morse code to aviators in the Renter School in Rio. The family, now home two weeks, spent 31 days on the steamer. They are en route to Oregon for a rest. Mr. Carlisle's Hollywood Interests include highly restricted rights on animal talking pictures. Mr. and Mrs. George Premo, Jr., son and daughter-in-law of the Promos, are now living in Honolulu, where Mr. Premo is the proprietor of a pleasure fishing boat. He. formerly was with the civilian engineers. Mr. and Mrs. Premo. Sr., spent two weeks recently with their daughter and son-in-law, Staff Ser- geani and .Mrs. C. U Baxter. Staff Sergeant Baxter is stationed at San Luis Obispo and living at Morro Bay where the Premos shared a fortnight of golf, fishing, clamming and other sports. They will spend a few days soon at Long Beach, where Mr. Prerno will attend a sanitarian's convention. * » * Marxliall-Siitfon Kites Miss Barbara .lean Marshall, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Marshall, -tl'T Klower street, became the bride of Lieutenant Darrell L. Sutton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stilton, 11112 Kentucky street, September !), at the Biggs Army Ail- Field Chapel, 101 Paso, Texas. Chaplain Orr C. Jaynes performed the double ring ceremony at 10 a. m. Both young people are graduates of East Bakersfield High School, where they were active in various campus organizations. They will make their home at Kl Paso during the lieutenant's stay there. Lieutenant Sutton is a navigator in the army air corps. For her wedding -Mrs. Sutton wore a blue suit with brown accessories. * # * Visited Here WAV TO Marjorie Mullens, yeoman second class, was a recent visitor hero en route to Norman, Okla., which is her new station. OvcrKefell-Logan Rites Miss Melva Overgefell. the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Mathias Overge fell, of Chicago, became the bride of .Joseph Mark Logan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Logan, of East Bak ersfield, September 11, It was revealed here today. The single ring ceremony was held in the First Baptist Church, with the Reverend .Sam Kleinsasser uniting the couple. Mrs. Logan attended Chicago schools, and the bridegroom received his education in local and Los Angeles schools. Mr. and Mrs. Logan are now residing in Fellows, where the bridegroom Is captain of the fire department. Following the wedding, a dinner p.-.rty was held in honor of the couple at Bakersfield Inn, with members of the wedding party in attendance. For the ceremony, Mrs. Logan wore a cocoa brown linen suit with green orchid, alligator bag and shoes. Miss Wilma Overgefell attended the bride as maid of honor, wearing a black crepe street dress and a carnation corsage. Dr. A. Overgefell gave his sister in marriage. * * * Beta Sigma Phi Meet The first meeting of the fall for Beta Sigma Phi sorority was held recently at the home of Miss Dorothy Bit ner, the sorority director, with Mrs. Miriam Eveleth, new president, presiding. Discussion WHS held on the new Exemplar chapter just formed and It was announced that tlie group's fall-formal banquet will be held October 10 in the palm room, Motel Inn. The program chairman, Mrs. Lowell Ball, introduced the speakers. Miss Norinp Filder and Miss Mary Ann Sparks, new members, who gave a short address on interior decorating. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be hold September 26. Those attending were; Mesdamcs— Frort Arlia Kfirn Aiiams Margaret Anderson l.nwell Ball Pon Barnard William B«lluomini Lewis MrNamara Frank Rafetto Walter Shoeanmh Misses— Pornthy Bilner Calhorinc Frank Norine Fidler Shirley Franklin Martha Guibei-snn Mary Ann Sparka Vcarl TVoolsi-y Jim Riiil£i>s N>rl t-'haffin i 'harloa De\vpy ,lnhn I'-clviiitine .Miriam Kvrlrth Cilenn K>rM*-n Waller Nnrmanly Alic-p Scarlett R T. A. NOTES "The Schoo r s Responsibilities for Good Citizenship," will be the topic discussed at Washington P. T. A. meeting to be held, Wednesday, at L':uO p. m. H. S. Blackburn, principal, and Aliss Betty Gould will be speakers for the afternoon. A welcoming reception will be held for the teachers, the event also being a farewell parly for Airs. Alarcia Meyers, who is leaving for South America son to join her husband. A board meeting at 1:30 p. m. will precede the general meeting. Kern General P. T. A. will hold its first meeting of the season, Thursday, at 2:15 p. m., at the school. An interesting program which has been planned for the year will be discussed. All parents and friends are asked to attend. A reception was held in honor of the faculty when Vlneland P. T. A. held its first meeting of the season, recently. Mrs. Gladys Cattani presided. The Vlneland School and the Arvin Federal Migratory, recently merged, the schools now averaging «00 pupils. J. C. Engineers Elect Earl Friesen as Leader Members of the Engineers' Club of Bakersfield Junior College have now- elected their officers for the fall semester. They include Earl Friesen, president; Paul Baldwin, vice- president; Miss Clare Scott, secretary; and Edgar Phillips, treasurer. Edwin M. Hemmerling, instructor in mathematics and adviser to the club, told members: "The purpose of the Engineers' Club is to bring together students of like vocations, to discuss problems pertaining to their special fields, and to carry on social activities." Members include: John Dealy, Stephen Hoover, Harold Kavern, Manuel Pease, Miss Sally Prewitt, John Reed, Raymond Rogers, Frank Rosenlieb, Aaron Stockton, Bill Vass, and Robert Wheeler. PERMANENT WAVE Do it yqunelf. It's eaiy at putting your hair up in curlera. You'll find everything you need in the PBMMANBNT WAVK KIT Require* no heat or electricity. Safe, for every type of hair. Over 5 million told. Get the amazing Charm-Kurl Permanent Wave Kit today at Klmball and Stone anil alt drug atorei. -5ft "When I say coffee I mean FOLGERS" TWELFTH SEASON MESSIAH CHORUS Registration at First Rehearsal Tuesday, Sept. 19, at 7:30 P. M. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Truxtun Avenue, Between L and M NEW VOICES WILL BE WELCOME AT THIS REHEARSAL Rehearsals Every Olher Tuesday. No Dues. Performance December 10 "BETTER EVERY YEAR" CAMPUS SHORT CUTS—Suggested for college queens who want to cut their clothes budgets to the bone—Is this two-coat wardrobe leatur-* ing a fringe trimmed suede Robin Hood jacket (right) and a suede finished' wool fingertip coat. Rangerertes to Change Salvage to War Stamps Bakersfield Rangerettes will sponsor a rummage sale October G-7, the proceeds of the sale to be used in the purchase of war stamps. The committee in charge of the sale is headed, by Mrs. Karl Chesmore, assisted by Airs. Klmer Davis, Mrs. Richard Fleming and Mrs. Lonnle Sullivan. Mrs. Tlielma AVhitmoro recently won a "victory package," the pro- feeds being placed in the war stamp bunk. MORfc) OR U')*S AYhpii a recipe calls for more or less cream sauce than the size of the family requires, this simple arithmetic from AVestinghouse home economists will help to adjust it accordingly: A recipe calling for one cup of milk yields about 1\» cups of sauce. One third of a cup is plenty for each person. Art Section Meeting at Ellerd Residence Art section of Bfkerstield Woman'* Club will -.neet Tuesday at 10 a. m. at the home of Mrs. J. R. Ellerd, chairman, 1316 East Eighteenth street. Members held a pleasant gathering recently at the home of Mrs. Bert AlcCluhan. Much work was accdVn- plished. Participants included Mesdames Stanley Singleton, J. W. Culliton, J. S. Burton, J. R. Ellerd, Charles Aledlock, A. L. Barnes, George Hollingsworth, Harry C. Gardner and Ed Rose. PROMPTLY RELIEVES TORTURE OF ITCHT SKIN MSB Me* t* external CMIM) Zemo—a Doctor's liquid formult— promptly relieves itch of simple ikin rash. Aids healing. All 7Ef fUf ft drugstores. In 3 sizes. *• mm IYI w •WE PREFER VOl CHARGE ACCOUNT \ Eighteenth and H Streets "Opposite the Padre Hotel" Dr. S. H. Montgomery Physician Surgeon Osteopath Announces Opening of Offices at 404 Professional Building Nineteenth and H Streets Telephone 2-0120

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