The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 20, 1944 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, September 20, 1944
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MISS SUPERTINO IS NEWJEPUTY LOCAL MEMBER IS NAMED DEPUTY GRAND PRESIDENT Miss I.iH'y Suprninn, d.niplitor of lhr> Into Mr. .'iiul Mr 1 -. Ci. Suitrrtino, 1'inneor n>suU'iits (if Ptino district, \\:'F roomily app"intfd rioputy grand pirMfli nt of Kl Tojon .P.H !< r Xo. 2H9, .\':i!i\r> P mpliti'i•« c.f tlin Golilpn A '(.-I, it w;ts ivvr.ili'-il IIP] !'• tr>{l:iy by Mi -. Kl' 'I -Alippi. pn .-Mont, of th<> liiuiiir. Miss SiipcrtiiiM was a p. pninUMl in (he P<'U' p»^i:ion by Mrs. Knr.Iy T;yan, of ."-'.m Kr.-uiciseo, The ';r\v nl in i in : live! mns ill' ; ) inc ii PII- MTV I'll "With tllO i-iiinniiltf'os iiii'lui IM- boon activo I-" il chapter, bo- i> hi ami bavins: -I'inp mi various ng war activities, i pro.iocts. .Tied newspaper pnb- flrill and osoort <Yiivs, raiin) and I'.'iiy, captain of KMiii, run] n iiv inhor of the Young \\'iiiiirn's Activity Group. Mi.-s Supcrlin.) is also filling tho r!l!<'o (•( jui.ior past prOMiJont and tru.-tce at pn -ont. She is an alumna of Bakorsfk M High. School anil J.,uf- kin's Hiisim-ss Colloso. She is also n past prri-idc-nt of tho Gamma Jiotn chapter of i'i Rho Zcta sorority. It was also announced by Mrs. .Alippl thai immediately after the pimu'or tea and barn dance, a school of instruction will be conducted. YOU CAN'T BEAT this te relieve TORTURE of ATHLETES FOOT S* Many DniKd'ts Say I First applications of wonderful noothing, highly medicated liquid Zemo promptly soothe itchy soreness between cracked peeling toea and on contact actually kill the germs that most commonly cause find spread Athlete's Foot. Zemo is a Doctor's formula backed by 85 years' amazing success. Zemo really works—the first trial convinces. At all drugstores. KAOKIl — Recently appointed deputy grand president of Kl Tejoii Tailor Xo. '>::'.>, Native ] laughters of the Coldcu West, is Miss Ijticy Snpertino. Miss Su- pcrtino has been a leader in the parlor's activities for several years as well as taking part in other groups. Revival Being Held at Church of God Nightly An old-time revival is being conducted in the Church of God, 223 Chester avenue, each night this week, the services beginning at 7:45 p. m. with the Reverend V. C. Seen- Icr as evangelist. It is announced that a divine healing service will be conducted Friday i.<vciiing and that the group is .striving to obtain IIMI in the Sunday | school cla.-s dm ing the revival. A gift will be presented to the person bringing the most members to the class. There will also be a special young people's meeting next Wednesday at 7:4.~j p. m. .1. H. Whipple is pastor of the church. — KERN GIRL WILL WED TIGHT METHODIST SANCTUARY TO BE SERVICE SETTING Four hundred guests have been bidden to witness the double rlriR ceremony tonight at 7:30 o'clock in tho sanctuary of First Methodist Church uniting M|MH Virginia Ell/.a- beth Ylasnik and lieutenant ]>irfnR l\ Rennett, Jr., of tho United States Marino Corps. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ylasnik, of Button\villu\v, and 'Lieutenant nonnett is the son of Mr. and Mrs. lyoring ]•'. Bennett, Sr., of Tail. The Keverond X. A. Christensen, pastor of the church, will read the Methodist wedding vows, with the young people attended by Miss Gere McKaddin maid of honor. Miss Hetty Bennett, bridesmaid, Jack Vaughn, best man, and Dr. Xicolai Kilcoff and Private Charles lligglns, ushers. A reception at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. 15. McFaddin, 419 Houchin Road, will be held for relatives and out- of-town guests, preceding the departure of the couple for a wedding trip to Pismo and .other coast points. They will be at home later In Oceanslde. ZEMO NONE SURER St Joseph/ I ASPIRIN \ 'WORLD s LARGEST SELLER AT tv Dowdys to Entertain at Meeting Thursday The Lowell Dowdys, appointed missionaries to South America, will entertain the Women's Missionary Council of the Full (lospel Tabernacle Thursday in the basement of the church at 1 p. m. The Reverend Mr. Dowdy will deliver the. message for the afternoon with Virla Mae and Joe Ann Dowdy presenting vocal numbers, accompanied by their mother, Mrs. Virla Dowdy at the piano. Devotional services will be conducted at 10 a. in., with the Reverend Lloyd Davies in charge. A potluck will be served at 12 noon. ANNIVERSARY CONTINUES 10 MORE DAYS Special Prices With Drastic Markdowns EIGHTEENTH and H STREET Opposite (lie I'udre Hotel • WE PREFER YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT EYES EXAMINED! GLASSES REPAIRED! SIX MONTHS TO PAY! DR. HAROLD HASKELL OPTOMETRIST 1434 - 19TH STREET Moln Moor Gentler.Lee •ulldlne TILEPHONI 66839 Business and Professional GUIDE Phone 7-7631 for Monthly B«t»t i ACCOUNTANTS JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Income Tax Hrrvlf*. Audit*. Synl X'US-XUti rrof«»iloiml Uulldlnc Phone B-BS01 CHINESE HERBS T. LIM HERB SPECIALIST STOMACH TROUILE SPECIALISTS Bcmedlei for All Ailment* FKKK CONSULTATION Farmer Herb Instructor Clinton Collrae. Canton, Chin* Twenty-fourth and K Street! Phone 5-5651 LAUNDRIES LAUNDRY SERVICE •UUMth /orle Dry Cieanlnc OmZINS LAUNDRY WOMEN'S $aher0fie(D California!! Wednesday, September 20, 1944 League of Women Voters to Urge Registration, Voting Lending the full weight of the entire 01 ganixat ion to getting persons registered and gelling out the vote. Kern County League of Women Voters launched its election work Friday with special plans for publicizing participation in government. The meeting, held at JK(M) K street, school administration headquarters, was conducted liy Mrs. S. L. Al- haiigh, following a juvenile protection section meeting conducted by Mrs. C. B. Greeloy. The league is calling attention to the fact that it was in 1!H!I that woman suffrage was passed, and that this year, for the first time in the history of this country, more women than men will go to the polls on November 7. Whether the vote Is masculine or feminine, makes no difference, tho thing that matters, the league workers declare, is whether the voter knows why he is voting, for whom he is voting and for what he is voting. In Kern county many men and women failed to exercise their constitutional right to vote in the election. Members of the league are asking, in their campaign: "Uo you care whether there is a Job for the bread-winner in your family, after this war? , "Do you car whether it costs more to live after the war? Whether the things you want and need arc produced after the war? "Do you care whether there is a Third World War? "Then vote for the men for Con- RI-CSS who will give you what you wa n 11 "Xobody else can cast your ballot." The organization is distributing leaflets entitled "Choose Your Government," designed to impress people with the importance of voting this year when "A president must be elected to lead the country through to the end of the war and to its place at the peace table; when United States Senators and 23 members of the House of Representatives must be elected who will serve in the next Congress and make policies and plans for finishing the war and for transition from war to peace time production; when there must be elected 40 state Senators and 80 Assemblymen who must help California complete the tremendous contribution it has made to the successful pi'oseculion of the war and plan for the adjustments that must be made in the west after the war." B. W. R. S. Pack Toys for "Blitz Babies" The British War Relief Society of America, Bakersfield and Kern county unit, recently met at the home of Mrs. Percy C. Cooke, 2015 Blanche street, chairman, to pack tho Christinas dolls and toys that are being shipped this week to the "blitz babies" of the Allied nations. Mrs. Cooke announced that 102 dolls and 70 suitable toys for the children will be. distributed to the little refugees at Christmas and are being shipped through the British Red Cross and other accredited organizations. The toys will go direct from the west coast to their destination and a further shipment will leave at the end of the month. The organizations sending dolls in this shipment were British War Relief Society, St. Andrews Auxiliary, art section of the Bakersfield Woman's Club and Taft section of the British War Relief Society. Mrs. Cooke was assisted at the tea hour by Mrs. Laura DeWitt James. The next meeting of the society will be held September L"J in Memorial hall, room 15. Do You Hate HOT FLASHES? If you Buffer from hot flashe*. feel weak, nervous, a bit blue at times —all due to the functional "middle- age" period peculiar to women—try Lydla X. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-: pound to relievo euch symptom*. 1 Made especially for women— it helpt nature/ Follow label directions. • To Mark Birthday of Y. L. I. Soon Twenty-sixth Anniversary to Be Banquet Incentive The twenty-sixth birthday anniversary of St. Margaret Mary's Institute No. S2 will be celebrated at a banquet Wednesday, September 1!7, in the Spanish ballroom of Hotel El Tejon. Reservations should be made by calling any of the members of the institute. The function is formal and all members are invited to attend. The committee in charge includes: Misses Hannah Hashim, Hose Hashim, Waive Stager, Mary Margaret Dyer. Mary Jo, Margaret O'Neill, and Mrs. Donald T. Gilser. It. was also announced that the next regular meeting of the institute will be held Tuesday, September 26, in the Knights of Columbus hall at 8:15 p. m. with Mrs. C. E. Chambers presiding. On that evening the following officers will be installed: Miss Anne Yillard, second vice-president; Mrs. nernico Lamb, organist: Miss Louise Ricbaud, trustee; and the following were appointed to the Y. L. I. Grand Institute: Mrs. Chambers, ns spiritual activities and transportation committee chairman; Mrs. Margaret Stanley, institute deputy to the local group, No. 82; and Miss Kmily Bidart, institute deputy to Tat't group No. 10;!. Miss Bidart and Mrs. Stanley are also delegates to the Y. L. I. District No. 8 conference September 24 at Han ford. A "day of recollection" will also be held by the institute October 22 for all Catholic women of this city. Mrs. A. C. Metcalf is chairman of the function. HSU SERVICE CLli PRESENTS PKSKIH jPREVjEW___ "PIGSKIN PREVIEW"— A sport dance with tho theme, "Pigskin Preview," is being held Friday evening in the boys' gymnasium at Bakersfield High School, the event being sponsored by the Service Club. Appearing here are Miss Margo Hoodenpyle, sophomore, being bidden to the dance by Bob Scott, member of the sponsoring organization and a football player. Library Assistants Are Chosen at E. B. Selection of library assistants at East Bakersfield High School for the fall semester was announced today by Miss Christine MacKcllar, school librarian. Although the assistants do not receive scholastic credit, they learn library routine and perform valuable service to the school, Miss Muc- Kellar said. Student librarians are Shirley Spoirs, Marian Seinbera, Alary Me- Manus, Catherine Duns. Phillis Lon- «oria, Jo Nell Parker, Marilyn Williamson. Others are Beverly Flitcraft, Thel- magcne- Rapp, Shirley Wilbur, Dorothy Dodson, Maxine Starr, Pay Jackson, Marian Sayles, Peggy Freeman, Clarice Elliott and Livia Garcia. Medical Auxiliary Meeting Thursday Kern County Medical Society Auxiliary will hold its first meeting of the current season Thursday at S p. m. ;'t Hotel Kl Tejon. New officers presiding will include Headen Inman, president; Mrs. Vincent Rounds, secretary; and Mrs. John Sibley, treasurer. CHAPLAIN MILLER TO SPEAK Chaplain Roscoe Miller of Minter Field will be the speaker of the afternoon when Women's Missionary Society of First Presbyterian Church meets Thursday at 1:30 p. m. for a dessert luncheon in Westminster hall. Mrs. Willard Wiley will preside. All women of the church are invited. + BATH *BABY * SHAVING *FEET DIFFERENT/ f Finer! Smoother! Really un' usual! Absorbs perspiration. i Helps prevent irritation. Is ' ited. Try it Buy today 1 CUTICURA TALCUM by "Miss CRICKETEER" Perfect for wherever you are Slim and challenging in any situation, this two-piece all- wool gabardine offers well- bred young lines, ill lovely colors. AS SEEN IN VOGUE \ 1823 Chester Avenue Bakersfield Druidesses Giving Dance on Thursday Plans were completed recently for a public dance to be held in Druids hall Thursday, September -8, by Sumnor Circle No. 107. Order of Druidess, according to Mrs. Hetty Uorsoy, arch druidess. Dancing will be held from 9 p. m. to 1J inidninht wilh Mrs. Mary McXeil in charge. Fran!; Soux.a's orchestra will furnish the music. Tickets may be purchased from members or at the door. The circle also completed plans for installation of officers with Mrs. Paul Toss and Mrs. Mary Montcith in charge of the banquet room and decorations. Mrs. John Nation and Mrs. Herbert Gladden are in charge of upper hall decorations. At the recent meet, L-ieutonant- Commander Velton Blackmon of the United States merchant marine and a member of Sunnier circle, who has been in the south Pacific for the last eight months, spoke to the group of his experiences. Mrs. Gladden was also seated as treasurer of f.he circle by Mrs. John Werts, deputy grand arch druidess. The next meeting will be. held Thursday, September L'S, at 7::!0 p. in. in lower Druids hall, at which time first nomination of officers will be held. "PIGSKIN REVUE" SLATEDfRIDAY SERVICE CLUB TO HOLD' SPORT DANCE AT KAYCEE Anticipating the opening of the much-heralded school football season, Bakersfield High School stu- ents will dance Friday night to the music of Bob Sisson'% orchestra as the Service Club plays host at the boys gymnnsimn with its presentation of "Pigskin Prevuo." Vice-president of the student foody and general chairman of the "Pigskin Prevue," Harold Rainey, announced today that a feature of the dance. Friday night will be. the awarding- of several door prizes. With the dance to be in session from 8:30 to 11:30, the various committees now hard at work completing the ' arrangements, report that novelty football decorations will add to the pigskin motif and appropriate musical arrangements will be featured. Heading the publicity committee for the "Pigskin Prevue" is L. C. Lovely, ticket arrangements are in the hands of Dick Booth. Arranging 1 refreshments for the dance ia Don Pruett, and orchestra arrangements are the responsibility of Bob Scott. Bill Derringer has a committee making tho decorations, and Harold Rainey is in charge of reception. Faculty guests invited inclvfde; Principal and Mrs. I,. W. Hedge, Mr. and Mrs. A very Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Al Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. "Wallace Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Scott, Miss Eloise Xclson and Miss Ev.-lyn Schilling. 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