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PIONEER TEA IS SET BYGROUPS NATIVE DAUGHTERS, SONS PLAN ANNUAL FUNCTION Plans were furthered for the eighth annual pioneer tea to be held Sunday, October 15, at the Woman's Club when the Native Sons and Native Daughters of the Golden West met recently. . The following: committees have been chosen and will act under the supervision of Mrs. W. B. Fote chairman for Native Daughters, anc A. T. Borges, chairman for Native Sons. The hall committee is comprised of Mesdames Shn Dunham, Price Ed wards, Walter Kane, Fred Alippi and A. E. Giggy with Miss Lucy Supertino, Mrs. Mary Jane Clarkln Mrs. Belmond Turner, Mrs. Charles Kollenborn, Mrs. Russell Bowen Mrs. Millie Phelan, Mrs. W. R. Rea Jr., Mrs. Lou Herod, Mrs. Rober! Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Sandrini, and Elmo Destafani, on the decorations group. The entertainment committee In"eludes Mesdames Dunham, Robert Stauffer, Fote, Mary B. Hampson Miss Martha LaBrlar, and Messrs William Stine and Percy Barrett. . Tlie publicity is under the supervision of Miss Superlnto, Mrs. Rex Fischer, Mrs. Bowen, and Miss La Briar, with Mesdames Ralph Sanders, Russell Bowen, Dunham Hallie Bowinan, Ona Swobada, David Jones, Miss Barbara Hale, Ralph Hinderliter, Percy Barrett, James Pensinger, and A. T. Borges In charge of Invitations. Pouring will be Mesdnmes Ona Moffett, Edith Jones, P. H. Phillips, Pearl Davles, Price Edwards, Ray Carlisle, Kate KIncc, Ralph Hinder- lllor, and Juanita Pettis, while the following committee will be in charge of receiving: Mesdames Fred Alippi, Ralph Sunders, Ona Moffett, Ralph Hinderliter, Ray Carlisle, Hallie Bowman, Lou Herod. Dorothy Glgby, Quinn Johnson, and Messrs. James Pensinger, Jr., Ralph Hinderliter, and W. G. Rea, Jr. Registering of pioneers will be under the supervision of Mrs. N. J. Williams, Mrs. Rex Fischer, Mrs. Marie Finn, Mrs. William Goodale and George Morris. Those in charge of the refreshment committee Include Mesdames Robert Bowman, Jennie Brown, Barbara Chamberlain, Marjorie Rouw, Frankie Karpe, Martie Olin, Edith Penland, Harry Smith, David Jones. Ailoen Ward, Er.no DesteUini and Mies Phyllis Hansen. The kitchen committee Is being headed by Mesdames Millie Phelan, Morris Borgwardt, Edith Barrett, Mabel Cuddeback, Grace Dale, Marie Freltas, Esther Cadwallader, Florence Cadwallader, William Deste- fanl, Adeline Coffirmn, A. W. Brooks, and Miss Thelma Anton, Miss Beatrice Bishop. The women who will usher include Mesdames Geraldine Giggy, Jac- quclyn Lorang, Maude Kollenborn, Florence Smith, Elmo Destet'ani, Sarah Bartcl, Alice Blalock, A. S. Sandrlni, Demetra Zaferes, Dorothy GiKgy, Inez O'Hare, Elin Turner, Alice Woods, Mary June Clarkin, Wilrna Smith, Winifred Bowen, Florence Ren, Irrna Jones, and Misses Lucy Supertino, Alice Ligari, Lee Trimble, Betty Bell, Dorothy Bell, Barbara Hale, Lillian Glillarducci, Frances Da Costello, and Enid Johnson. FRATERNAL O. E. S. t Llbcrtas Chapter No. 3fi2, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet Monday at 8 p. m. in the Masonic temple, when a new class of candidates* will be Initiated. Mrs. Joseph *Morley will be In charge of refreshments, visiting members are welcome. Hav> Your Em Examinid j" >.^, >* ^ % , ^ Opin a Char,;i Account GLASSES • That are right for your eyes and your job. CONSULT DR. R. F, ABRAMS OPTOMETRIST 1507 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-7335 WE Buy Radio and Applianoo Co. Pox Thoatro Building SSIS H Strut, Dial 4*4011 HEADS Bl'SY COMMITTEE— Among the "Woman's Club committees which are at the fore in help and responsibility is the luncheon committee, headed thfa year by Mrs. C. E. .Wykes. Several important events are placed in charge of this group, the first to be a Hawaiian dinner in December. READY FO_R FALL SEVERAL EVENTS PLANNED BY WOMAN'S COMMITTEE A birthday luncheon March 12, a Installation batxiuct May 28 and Hawaiian dinner in December ar among the evenls planned by th luncheon committee of the Bakers field Woman's Club, according t Mrs. C. E. Wykes, chairman. Mrs Wykes Is being assisted by Mrs Price Edwards and Mrs. Hugh Ne as co-chairmen. Those who will serve on the com mittee are Mesdames R. E. Cady Anna K. Dl Bllier, P. L. Hayes, Gor don Trail, C. L. Claflin. Georg Gross, F. E. Henderson, N. M. Lan caster, J. R. Dorsey, P. T. Neate, .1 D. Morris, Charles Medlock, P. A Weaber, W. S. Frost, J. S. Burton R. A. Hood, D. AV. Wells, D. M Siddall, H. A. Hopkins, E. A Spencer, <K H. Bryson. Bert McClu han, A. J. Scott, A. R. Hitchcock C. W. Stephens, W. R. Weleker Earl Musgrave, and Henry Eissler P. T. A. to Sponsor Study Group; Conducts Panel "Information for Orientation" was the subject for discussion Introduced by Mrs. G. O. Suman, program chairman, when Bakersfield High School and Junior College P. T. A. met Wednesday with Mrs. R. B. Hutcheson presiding, at Room 117, Junior College building. This theme was enlarged upon by a student-faculty panel, composed of representatives of the counseling staff, attendance office, high school and junior college student body. Miss Rena Russell, a second year junior college student, was chairman of the panel. Alan Cannon spoke on "The Field in Which Freshmen are Allowed to Choose Courses"; Miss Ruth Neiman told of the requirements for college matriculation; the problems of the freshmen were discussed by Edna Flo Rito, a sophomore in high school, and Jack Hill explained the need for regular atlendance and told of the work permits for students. Interest was shown by the audience in military education and special vocational training offered returning soldiers. Miss Dorothy Bitner and Miss Ethel Robinson will be leaders for a study group. Enthusiasm was shown by the large number of parents who signed fbr this wot*. Parents of high school students are especially welcome to attend the meetings, it was announced They can reach Mrs. P. B. Hutcheson by phoning 2-8117. The theme of the course wil be "The Poised Personality." The first meeting will be held in the Jun ior College building October 12 from 1:30 p. m. to 3:30 p. m. A budget for the year, submitted by Mrs. W. L. Bradshaw, was ap proved. Mrs. L. G. Fell urged voters to register by September 28, the firm date of registration. Miss Grace Bird, director of the junior college; Dr. Thomas L. Js'el son, superintendent of Kern County Union High School district, and L W. Hedge, principal of Bakersflelc High School, were Introduced to the new mothers by the president. A membership drive will be helc In October, it was announced by the chairman, Mrs E. S. Pickett. The hosts for the evening were the high school and junior college counseling staff. Much success of the social hour was credited to the hospitality chair men, Mrs. F. L. Savelle and Mrs, E. L. Shatto. The next meeting will be held Oc tober 17. DeMolay Mothers Will Hold Sale DeMolay Mothers Club recently met at the home of Mrs. Leo Rapp, 414 Pacific street, at which time plans were announced for a rum< mage sale to be held at 818 Baker street, October 4-5. Co-hostesses at the meeting Included Mrs. Betty Holmes and Mrs. E. R. Shelton. The rummage sale is under the chairmanship of Mrs. J. G. Morris, Mrs. Don Griffith was the presiding officer at the meeting. The door prize for the afternoon was donated by Mrs. Fred Mulroy and awarded to Mrs. Thomas Hope. It has been announced that the next meeting will be held October 10, at 'the home of Mrs. Gordon Trail], 131 Lincoln street. Those attending in addition to the hostesses were Mesdames Harry Harps, Earl J. Miner, Joe Miller, Frank O'Rear, R. A. Hood, Earl Howard, Thomas Hope, Al Heitzman, Leslie Anderson, Chester Crum, Earl Weichelt, D. M. Siddall, Janet Brooks, Margaret Hammond, John J. Florence, R. J. Luther, Gordon Tralll, Don Griffith, F. J. Mulroy, C. A. Mclntire, and J. G. Morris. Mrs. Shutts Back From Unity Event The Reverend Delia Shutts, past president of the Northern Conference of Unity Leaders and Licensed Ministers, and local minister of First Unity Temple, 123 Southern hotel, spent Friday in Oakland, where the northern conference body convened at Lakeside Unity Truth Center. The day was largely occupied by Intensive prayer, and discussing ways of serving the respective communities In learning the fundamentals of Jesus Christ's teaching. Luncheon was served at the clubhouse on Lake Merrltt, attended by members from San Francisco, Oakland, Vallejo, Sacramento, Fresno and Dakersfield. A universal blessing closed the meeting, with all extending thanks to the Reverend Alma Morse, hostess to the conference body. Businiss and Professional GUIDE Phone 7-7631 for Monthly Rain ACCOUNTANTS JOHN W, CULLITON PUILIO ACCOUNTANT Incomv TBS Strvlc*. Auritti. Byitemi (05-S06 ProfcMloim; Untwine Phene 8-851)1 CHINESE HERBS T. 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A perliminary training course ordinarily taking six months was completed by the East High School graduate in eight weeks. Miss Smith said. Miss Richardson finished well up in her class although she competed with many college graduates. James Tinkle, her former mechanical drawing instructor at East High, said he was happy to hear that she is doing so well. "She was an energetic student," Tinkle continued, "and was more interested than the average student in the subject.." Soroptimists to Select Delegates Plans for the year and naming of a delegate to the state meeting will occupy members of the Soroptimist Club when Ihey meet at the home of their president. Mrs. Frank Hornkohl, ^45 El Cerrito Drive, Monday evening at 7:30 p. m. Committee reports will also be given. 8644 12-11 Thli Bnuppy yminit tallleur can be made from nu\v fabrics or heller yet, from a man's dlwarded suit! 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L'sing the theme, "Fall Fling," the dunce was sponsored by the executive committee of the student body, and was an all-student body affair. Music wns by Bob Sisson's orchestra. Helping to plan last-minute arrangements were, left to right, Michael Powell, student body president; Miss Doris LeClaire. editor of the Kernal, student newspaper; Miss Barbara N'abers, secretary of the student body; and Jim Sughrue, student body vice-president. SOCIETY PARADE Plan ISO Party I'luns were discussed for a I'.SO party to be held Wednesday under the direction of Miss Patsy Winlon when Alpha Theta Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority, met recently at the Winton home, 909 Pacific street. It was also announced that a "rush" party for October S will be formal and will be held at the home of Miss Betty Moss, 263 Jefferson street. A former member, Mrs. William Trout, was welcomed back into the chapter. Gifts were presented to Miss Phyllis Maddox, who will be married Sunday to Hollis Ntihnelly and also to Mi.ss Mary Riccomlnl, who will become the bride of Alfred Cortopassi in October. Following tho business session the meeting was turned over to the educational director, Miss Dorothy Durman. Miss Durrnan introduced Miss Claudia Phillips, who demonstrated costumes. Miss Ruth Swett presided during the mee.ting. Members are: Mi'Bdamos—• Norman MrAdams James Parks William Trout Hilly O. Mllner Beverly MOBS MlHses—- Constance Aldrlch Klva Morriii Ann Rhue Smith Pntsy Wlntnn Jhirothy Durninn Yolanda Pasquini Aliro Thompson Bctte Andrews Dnrrdl S. Ma (toon riiarlpa W. Nail Meade L,. Morris William MoaeB Thomas R. Sherman Francos Kmhr.v Mnry Hlccomlnl liutli Kwelt Holly Moss Phyllis MaddoX I.nis Shay Betty Smith -lai-kle Shomate Layette Shower Mrs. R. K. Williams entertained at a layette shower recently for her daughter, Mrs. W. R. Foster, who s leaving soon to join her husband, Lieutenant Foster, at San Francisco. An 11 a. m. "brunch" was served niffet style, after which suitable ?ames were played, prizes going to Mrs. Victor Wilkerson and Mrs. E. F. Shurtz. Decorations consisted of pink and blue flowers and individual blue radios. Those Invited included: MeNdameH— Walter Vilas Sam Gordon Arthur Thompson Hugh Lumbclh FranciH Strmik K. K Khurtu R. S. Dickinson Lydia Croslny (Glondale) William Zprrine W. R. Winner Victor Wilkerson <*. O. Haaffeneun T). M. Mason l 'laire Leonard Walter While J. W. Farner (Avena!) Fete Miss Croft Miss Irene Croft, bride-elect of Holland Barton, was recently feted at a linen shower at the home of kliss Beverly Cook, 505 Linda Vista Drive, the party being sflonsorot by he Marionettes Club. Table decorations were In a color irrangement of pink, white and blue with umbrella place cards and in umbrella centerpiece adding to he theme. Refreshments were served. Attending were: Misses— Doris Croft Frajices KiRcnstein Julia Anderson Relty Ilcalty Barbara Wilry Maxine Mooncy Lorraine Preston Lucille Dow Joyce Rowland Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lcask Mr and Mrs. Georse Cooke * * * Carriage Announced A report received today revealed he marriage of Miss Leota E. Harris, formerly of Los Angeles and the daughter of C. J. Harris, of this city, to I'Ycilerlck R. Jlenscl, son oC Airs. Je.s.sio llcnscl of Dallas, Texas The couple, were married in the AVee Kirk o' the Heather chapel in the southern city on September 6. They are making their home in San Francisco. * * * Surprise Party A surprise farewell party ronipli nicntiiiK Miss Inez Canloxa before her departure to attend San Jose State College was recently held bi, Mrs. F. J. .McCann and Mrs. J. F. Silva at tho home of the latter, 22:1 Pacific street. Games were player], prizes goins: to Miss Colleen Cadcra and Miss Thelma Dodenhoff. The table was gaily decorated in a green and yellow theme and in tho center of the table was a large cake decorated in the same colors. The honoree received many Rifts which she opened preceding the serv- liiK of refreshments. Those participating were: Mesdftrnes—- Rernirp Huestie Holm Oood Anna Cadera A. W. Stephen* Ruth M. SwarU MlHKeH— Shirley Dodenhoff Colleen C«dcr« flose ijashim Hetty Smith Patricia resmnt Thelma Dohonhoff Klleen Wlnerato Hannah Hnshim Juno Mitchell Porothy tiwarlu Dolores Smith • * • Ariieft-Sinitli Rites Juiino Stewart Atageo performed a single ring ceremony at tho'court- house Wednesday, September 20, uniting in marriage, Mrs. Violet Arnett, of 2315 Q stroet, and Samuel O. Smith, watortender first class, United States Navy Seabees. Mrs. Smith, is the daughter of J. H. Lewsaw of Santa Monica. Seabee Smith, who was employed with the Santa Fe Railroad as a fireman and engineer for a number of years prior to his enlistment, will •report to Q noddy Village, Maine for further orders. When permanently stationed, lie will be joined by his bride. • * * In Baptist Church Chapel of the Chimes, First Baptist Church, was tho setting for the wcrlding uniting Miss Ruth Adell Flora, of Selrna, and Wayne Dewey Paul, of this city. Tho single ring service was performed at 6:45 p. nf. Wednesday, with tho Reverend B. C. Barrett officiating:. Witnesses were Mrs. Ernestine Simpson and Gilbert F. Hendrickson, both of this city. The bridegroom Is In the cotton business here. * * * Celebrates Itirt Inlay Jack Welier recently celebrated his fourth birthday anniversary at the home of his parents, Private and Mrs. Wendull Welier, 7 MacArthur Place. Games were played, the guest of honor also receiving many gifts. Those attending were: Messrs, unit Mesdamc..i-- Ilarold Wcllcr 7,. W. Johnson McBdames— Thelma Kaeppe I,i»s Johnson RUHBCll Hewilt Low DiKier Ralph Pilgrim I lurry Cutting Robert Ray Children— Jpan Kaepne Patty 1 Hewitt Dixie Welles Ruth Hewitt Bud ROBXM-B Billy Ray Kathy Pilgrim rielores Welier Walter Ruy Peggy Lewis PatW Lewis Miss Finnell Weds Ensign Dodd at Beautiful Rites Ensign and Mrs. William Dangler Dodd, who were wed recently in the lodtn, will make their home at the Hotel del Coronado following a wed- vind trip to Southern California. The bridegroom's station is at Coro- lado. Mrs. Dodd, the former Miss Jane "Innell, is the daughter of Lieuten- nt and Mrs. Simpson Finnell, Jr., U. S. N. R. The young people were narried in Trinity Episcopal Church n San Francisco Monday, Septern- ier IS, the lieutenant giving his aughter In marriage. The Reverend jeighton Nugent read the nuptial •ows In the presence o€ a large group of relatives and friends. The bride is a popular University >f California co-ed and a member if the Pi Beta Phi sorority. Prior o her marriage she was feted at evaral dinner parties and other social functions. Ensign Dodd, the son of Mr. and Irs. Harold V. Dodd, 1 H street, is Stanford alumnus where he was ffillated with the Sigma Nu fra- e*rnity. He was graduated from Northwestern Midshipmen's School, eceiving his commission earlier this lonth. Following the wedding a reception •as held in the Francisea Club in the jrlhern city where the young ouple received In the drawing room, hich was decorated with white lowers. The bride wag attired In a white ace gown fashioned with a round eckllne, the yolk embrpldered in seed*pearls, and the skirt dipped Into train. From a simple calot of tulle 11 her finger-tip tulle veil, her hower bouquet was com posed of . p hlte orchids, bouvardla and step- unotis. Preceding the bride down the een- 3r Isle were seven young girls owned in Ice blue, dusty pink, merlon n beauty red. and a deeper hade of blue formal frocks worn ith matching calots trimmed with hort veils. The bride's attendants were Misses 'atricla Palmer, Barbara Bates, )orls Cordes, Mary Elinor Wells, hepley Nourse, Marie Louise Buton, and La Verne Hecker. Serving the young navy officer i best man was Ensign Bert "Hart- ord with the following as ushers: Ensign Edward Hiitchinson, U. N. *. S., Harry Warren, U. 8. N.. Wai- ter Boyle and Ella Long, of U. S. M. C., Charles Miller, and the bride's cousin, Rollo Wheeler. The bride's mother wore a black silk dinner suit with a Schiuparelli pink blouse embroidered In sequins and a jeweled hat while Mrs. Dodd, who journeyed north to attend h(>r son's wedding, wore a black frock made with an aquamarine yoke trimmed with seod pearls, a black chapeau and mink cape. factor in catapulting women Into tho htisinos 'Ar.iKI or whether they would havo advanced as briskly without the pnwdor-oart impetus, is a debatable subject. But it is noticabln that more and more of Bnkoi-sl'iclcl's young women are carving out careers for themselves in the business and professional field. Among tho latest is attractive Elizabeth I'attnn, younger daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Glen Patton, 220G Cedar .street, who has just, accepted a position on the advertising .staff of Sacramento's large \Veinstock-Lubin Mind Company storo. | Tho new employe. a native daughter of Kern rotmt.v, in an alumna of Rnkersfleld High School nnd of "U'oudbury College, Los An- golos. Sho received her degree in advertising nnd display from thf> latter Institution with the class of 1944, and immediately thereafter nccoptod tho advertising post in the capital city's department store. Miss Patton's sister, Mrs. James O. Kdwnrds, tho former Miss Harriot Ann Put ton. bride of a few months, joined her husband, Sergeant James Kdwards, in ( Jpyprsbiirg, Tonn., last wcok. taking a leave of absence, from hor duties as landsciipn architect with Kern county planning commission. Mrs. KriwHrds will remain with hor husband until ho goes overseas. While- her sister has boon con- ICHURCH SERVICES SET FORV-DAY i MINISTRIAL UNION SCHEDULES PLANS IN CAPITAL CITY—Miss Kli/.a- beth Patton, who recently accepted a position on tho advertising -staff of Welnst.Ofk-Luhin's store, is now making hor liomi- in Sacramento. Spcfiiil church services aro scvhed- !p<l to lie held on the day Germany surrenders, arrjorrlins to plans for- i mulatoil by the Ministerial Union at a recent meeting, the Reverend N. I A. Christon.son, president of the ! union, announced today. ' If thrs news of surrender should • rorno during the night, (after 9 p. m.) short services will be held a.t 8 a. in. ' If the news comes in tho forenoon, I services will be at '1 p. m., and If it reaches here late in tho afternoon, ' services will hr; :it << p. m. ; The Reverend Mr. Ohristen.sen ' said that other plans are being made i for a. civic, service to he held either ; in the P.akcrsfieM Jllgh School ' .Stadium or one of the large theaters. i The time .set for the civic program i la 11 a. m., at which time tho union hopes to have the massed choirs of the city to lead in tho singing of hymns. corned with exlerlor planning. Miss Pulton's interests have, centered on interior, especially display windows. Before going north she had gained considerable experience in this medium, having been window decorator for several Bakersfield stores. Reports Given at Auxiliary Event Rehabilitation Work, Bond Booth Discussed by Unit Reports featured Thursday night's meeting of Frank S. Reynolds unit No. 26, American Legion Auxiliary, at Legion hall. Mrs. Roy Xlsbett, president, called for a rehabilitation report from Mrs. Ethel McClain, who said that tho sewing club had completed two bed jackets and eight bod pillows this week, and that a quilt had been made for Knights hall on "Eye" street. Two more handmade quilts will be given away soon. It was announced that Mrs. Helen Stone, bond chairman, will have a booth on the fairgrounds, tho booth to bo manned by members of the auxiliary. B'naiB'rith Women Convening Monday First business meeting for fall of B'nal Brith Auxiliary will be held at the Temple In B'nni Jacob Society hall at 8 p. m. Monday, with Mrs. Harry Stanoff presiding. Plans will be announced for the annual B'nal Brith dance Saturday, October 28, in the palm room of Bakersfleld Inn from 9 to 1 p. m. Lester Foster's five-piece orchestra has been obtained. At Monday night's meeting there will be balloting oh new and pr"posed members and officers are requesting a full attendance. Victor C. Hugo Gets Purple Heart Award Victor Cervantes Lugo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luclo Lugo, 815 Haley street, has been decorated with the Purple Heart Medal for wounds received in a battle aboard the U. S. S. Meredith on Juno 8, 1944, Eleventh Naval district officials announced today. Camp Pictures Are Shown to Council Mrs. Stotts, Field Worker for Camp Fire Resigns A letter of resignation from Mrs. Beryl Slutts, field worker was read, and motion pictures of Camp Ycnis Hanto were presented the monthly dinner meeting of board of directors of Kern County Council, Camp Fire Girls, was held Wednesday evening at Hotel Tejon. Mrs. Wallace Frost, reporting for the guardian's association, outlined an Interesting program of entertainment for the monthly guardians meetings. The pictures wero shown by Mrs. C. S. Morrison. Mrs. A. S. Goodc, presided. Those attending wore: Mesdames A. S. Goode, M. L. Follansboe. A. C. Dimon, Claude Baker, Ogden Reavis, C. B. Stockton, L. I. Wclll, C. S. Morrison, Wallace Frost, Ruth Pawson, Beryl StoUK, Misses Dorothy Bitner. Helen Bulla, Eleanor Wilson and Messrs. C. A. Morrison. Rulon Kectch, Pat Kelly, Arthur Hill, Clifford Gruy, and T. Wingale. Back From Italy; Guest of Rangers Ned Chaffin, who Is home on furlough from his military police duties with the United States army in Italy, was the guest of honor at ;i recent dance held by Kern County Rangers in the clubhouse. Mr. Chaffin was formerly a member of tho Rangers. Refreshments were served to 50 Rangers, Rangerettes and their guests. Dancing and games were enjoyed. The committee In charge of arrangements included William McLaughlin chairman, assisted by Richard Fleming, A. Claude Nellson and Earl Chesmore. Freshmen Girls Are Accorded Welcome Hostess Club, Miss Grain Receive at Cheery Party Giving the freshmen girls of Bak- prst'ield High School a hearty welcome from their uperclasswomen, the Hostess Club, under the guidance of .Miss Margo Crain, adviser, yesterday entertained all of the new girls on the campus with a cheery party, featuring 11 talent program and informal fun. Miss Virginia Tabor, president of the. Hostess Club, was in charge of all arrangements for the party, assisted by a capable committee of chairmen: Miss Joanne Meske, decorations; Miss Jean Clark, refreshments; Miss Beverly Mettler, entertainment; Miss Beverly Stephenson, publicity manager. All of the members of Hostess Club acted as "bis sisters" during the afternoon to the new girls and acquainted them both with the uppcrclasswomen and with each other. Miss Doris McLain, song leader of Fakersfield High School, assisted by the assistant song leaders, promoted some enthusiastic singing of school songs by all of the girls present, and Warren Whcallund, school yell leader, was equally successful in directing school yells. L Miss Marcia McKec, young pianist, entertained the girls with several solos, and Miss Jean Spawn added, a reading which was well received. The party given for the new girls is characteristic of the service function of the club, and Miss Crain, adviser, remarked that similar projects have been planned for the year. rrtnrrs Com inuoU l>'rom Page Four rUNTKCOSTAl, TAHKKNACI,K :)TU1 I/ .Struct K. H. Tunlcy. Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 u. m.; morning serv- ce. 11 o'clock. £vcn!nK service. 7:45 iYloi-k. Prayer moetlntt for aervlcemen Monday, 7:45 p. m. and Friday, 10 a. m ; Y. P. A. service, Wednesday. 7:45 in.; Jubilee service, Hutunliiy. 7:45 m. The Reverend R. D. Henrd will be silent sinMikrr Saturday nib-ht. Sunday anil Sunday night. FIKST SOliTIIKHN H.U'TIST nivi-r Knulcvanl and Wali-r Street Tin 1 Reverend G. F. L,ovin«, Pastor innday .iiliool. 9:45 a. in. .Morning norv- i.-u. 11 o'clock. Auilrvy Rel'ner, niunlcal roctiir. Sermon Hiihjcut. "The Overcom- ig I'hrist." Training Union. 7 p. m. veiling service, 8 p. in. Youth service. Sermon «ul>joct. "Life Without a I'ur- IIKC. " TrainliiK union sillily course, Monday through Friday, starting each evening it 8 o'clock. PIANIST'S WII-'K INJl HKI) LOS ANGELES, Sept. 123. (Jfl— Mrs. Hetty Hoffmann, wife of Concert Pianist Josef llot'tnann, was injured yesterday when an ambulance in which she wa« beliif? taken to a hospital was involved in a collision with an auto in west Los Angeles. ST. PAUL'S KI'ISC'OI'AL Seventeenth and I Street.s Tho Reverend Ralph H. (Jox. Keclor Holy Communion, 8 a. m. ; 9:|y a. m.. children's service and church action!. Classes lor ali mros: 11 H. in., niormuit service and sermon by the rector. Sermon subject. "Tho World's rirealext Question." Text. Second Oui inthlans ":1G. 7:.'HI p. in., YIIIIIIK I'cupln's group will niect In tho Pani.li hall. ST. .MISKI'H'S CATHOLIC K.ilher Thomas J. Karloy, Paslor Father iKiiatiuu I.oiiKhran. Assistant Pastor Sunday masses, 7, '.i, 10:30 a. m. and 12 no'Mi. Weekday masses. 7: JO a. m. Tnemlay. Mother of Perpetual Help No- venu. 7:30 p. in ST. MAKK'.S MKTIIOUIST Building Site: Ilurrlo Avenue Between Nun-is Road and Second Street The Reverend Willard J. Rand, Jr.. Pastor Sun.lay .school, &;.]:, u . m . AIorninB service, 11 o'clock. Kvcnitifc' service, 7:30 o'clui k. Services held at the First MtHh- odisl Church. FIRST UNITY TKMPLK . U'3 Southern Hotel Delia Khults, Minister Wee Wlnloin choir, 9:110 a. m. school prayer group. 'J:'10 u, m. school. 9:46 a. m. Unity subject. ".Meditation on Truth." Alornimi service. 11 Toirlplo onon from 9 a. m. to 9 p. in. Dally Temple open from a a. ni.toflp.m. Daily Silence. 12:13 to 12:45, six days. Wednesday, study class. 2 p. m.: Victory Prayer Torps. 7:110 p. m.: Now Prosperity Class. S p. in 1'nity Business Club nieela at the Hotel Kl Tejon. Thursday. 12 noon. 500 ROOMS FROM $3 IN SAN FRANCISCO HOTEl WMttunttlr MARKET AT CIGHTH The Patrician Among San Francisco's Hotels Horne of the Whifcomb Inn; Oickeni Pub, and THE PARADE Cocktail Lounge BUSH In tha downtown Shopping Center. Modtrot* Xat««. DR. DAYMAN'S SMALL ANIMAL HOSPITAL Bakersfield's Newest Small Animal Hospital Medical and Surgical Treatment Kind, Individual Attention 2007 Niles Stre«t Phone 2-0675 Hear the WRIGHT EVANGELISTS Beginning SUNDAY September 21 INSPIRATIONAL MUSIC TIMELY PREACHING ROSEDALE COMMUNITY CHURCH Rusedalc Highway—in Rose-dale CARLOAD OF APPLES Dttllcious Firm B«ll«fl«urs FULL WEIQHT BOX $ 2.69 WHELDEN'S MARKETS Pumpkin Csntor. Bsk«rsffl«ld, W««d Patch St. John's Lutheran Church Twentieth and C Streets RALLY DAY—SEPTEMBLK '21 OI.'KAIM:1. Kvery Child in Sunday School and Ohun-li 1.'. Every Adult Member in. Churrlj Sermon Topic: "Why Go To Cluuvh?" Psalm 1(10 A Spwial V-Day Service of Prayer ami Thanks^ivins Will lit* Hold ou the Day IVacv I* I>wlart«d iu lOurope at 7 :;;o r. jr. HKV. U. J. JAGKLS, I'ASTOU THE EVANGELISTIC CENTER Morning Worship 11 A. M. "FAITH FOR TODAY" I'ASTOH W. K. I.ONU EVANGELISTIC MESSAGE 7:45 P. M. Kully Duy In the Sunday School, 9:45 A W. KERN: 9 A. M. and 10 P. M. j^ U DA VIES. A»»ociat» Full Gospel Tabernacle

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