The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 25, 1944 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
Issue Date:
Monday, September 25, 1944
Page 6
Start Free Trial

Kern Review Will Sponsor Potluck Kern Review Xo. fG will meet Tuesday at 6::!n p. m. in Knights of Pythias hall for a politick luncheon and business meeting. J/uncheon will j be served at 32:30 with Mrs. .1. S. Bruce in charge. It was announced that the organization has packed and ready for mailing a large number of Christmas parcels lor sons and husbands of members. All members who have a son or husband in service are requested to mall the addresses to (he) financial secretary, Mrs. TIalph Hinder-liter, 522 F street, as soon as possible GOOD "KLEL" Biscuits and crackers are Rend cold weather "fuel." Each mouthful packs away concentrated eneigy. and it takes energy to keep warm in the cooler war-temperaturcil houses. KXTKRS \V.-\VKS-- Miss Jean Campb"!! left during the week-end for Northampton to enroll in'an officer training course at Smith College for the ensuing ten weeks. Several parties were Riven In her honor during the last few days. I'OSTMISTRKSS NAMED i Appointment of Mila Grilljralth, as j Ridgecrest postmistress, has been approved by the United States Senate, according to word received here today. NATURAL LOOKING CURLS PERMANENT WAVE Yea,—it'« true! You can now give yourself » marvelous permanent wave, cool-ly, comfortably, at home,—easy as putting your hair up in curlers. The amazing WtWMtt~nWk 59 PERMANENT WAVE KIT contains everything you need. Accept no sub- i slitutes. but insist on the genuine Charm-Kurl. Complete, only 59 cents, —pay no more. Over ' 5 million solrl. Sate (or every type of hair. At Klmlvill aivl Ptnne nnrt nil finis sOnres. Miss Campbell Off for WAVE Service Leaves for Smith College for Officers Training Miss Campbell, who has been extensively feted since announcing plans fur tutoring the WAVES, was Bupst-of-honor :it a r.ocktail party for sixty friends Saturday from 5 to 7 p. ni., Riven by her parents, Attorney and Mrs. Allan Bruce Campbell of Stor-kdalc. The new apprentice seaman left Sunday fur Northampton where she will have a ten week officers' train- inir course, at. Smith College. Mrs. Campbell was assisted by Mrs. fJem-Re H. .Shearer. Other functions which have been inspired by .Miss Campbell's plans included a. luncheon Tuesday presided over by Mrs. William Colm, a luncheon Wednesday, given by Mrs. Allan Stroud, Stockdalc, and an Informal dinner at which Mrs. .John Mallon and her daughter, Mrs. Frances Mealy were hostesses Thursday evening. The officer candidate Is an alumna of the local schools and, Stanford 1 "Diversity and is a. member of Alpha Phi sorority. Since graduation from Stanford she attended Lufkin's Business College and was employed by I'nion Oil Company, county welfare department and county clerk's office. She left Bakersfield a year or two ago to accept a position with McNeil Construction Company at Pleasanton ami later a secretarial position at 1-ioekheod. She returned home in mid-May, fin Saturday. September lli, Miss Campbell received her call to enter the yen ire and lo be "worn ill last Moll day in l,iis Angeles. Anniversary Continues With Further Reductions —Just 39 DRESSES Formerly Priced to $29.93 While They Last $ 12 95 • WE PREFER YOIR CHARGE ACCOUNT Eighteenth and H Streets OPEN HOUSE IS HELD ATJAYCEE SCHOOL CLUBS EXPLAINED TO STUDENTS AT EVENT Open house was held at Bakers- I field Junior College Friday morning, to Introduce students to the jaycee clubs and organizations open to membership. Misses Barbara Baldwin and Mary Lou Gonxales were in charge of the assembly, which was held in room 117 of the junior college building. Mistress of ceremonies was Miss Sally Brewitt, who introduced speakers for the various clubs. Kred Bonar. and Misses Joyce Rowland, Kathryn Taylor and Sybil Dewey presented a short sketch in advertisement of the Stale Collegians, an organization of students planning to attend four-year colleges. Miss Grace Bird, director of the junior college, is In charge of the group. Misses Pat Moore and Bebby Stewart, representatives of the Associated Women Students organization, gave a comedy skit. Miss Margaret Levinson, jaycee dean of women, is adviser to this group. A quiz program was presented by Alpha Gamma Sigma members Misses Lois Hanawalt. Fay McCannon, Winifred Hand and Pat Moore. This honorary scholastic society is under the leadership of Robert Young, instructor in history and economics. In charge of the presentation of the Student Christian Association, under the adviscrsliip of Physics Instructor Harold H. Robertson, was Miss Lynetto Cliristensen. Earl I'.ancy spoke fur tlie Renegade Knights, men's honorary service society. under the direction of George Siigcn. instructor in physics. Miss Claire Scott and Earl Friesen. Harold Kavcrn and Stephan Hoover were included in the Engineers' Club advertisement skit. This organization of students taking engineering courses has Edwin M. Hemmerling, mathematics and surveying teacher, as adviser. The Public Relations and Renegade Rip groups, journalistic organizations under the direction of Mrs. Edward West, were represented, as were the Camera Club, led by Paul M. Baldwin, zoology instructor; the Bowling Club, with John Van Osdel, instructor in oil technology, as adviser; the Horizon Club, girls' service organization under the direction of Miss Ester Foley; and Lance and Shield, honorary girls' service group under the direction of Miss Mattie Hoenshcll, instructor in chemistry. f To ririn. distress of MONTHLY > Female Weakness (Also Fino Stomachic Ionic) Lydift E. Ptnkham's Compound li famous to relieve periodic pain and accompanying nervous, weak, tired- out feelings—all due to functional monthly disturbances. Made especially for women—it helps nature! Follow label directions. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S W. C. T. U. Will Hold County Convention Mrs. Thompson Is Chosen as Main Speaker at Meet Pamphlets containing plans for the cominK year were distributed to the members of the France* Willard t'nion, Woman's Christian Temper- j an.r:e Union, Ht a rerent meeting at tho Chester Farrell home, 803 Oak street, the booklet announcing the fifty-first county convention to be held Tuesday, \vitli Mrs. W. J. Schultz presiding. The convention will open at 10 in. m. In First Christian Church, with j Afrs. .Jennie Ray Thompson, of Los Angeles, state recording secretary, ns main speaker A pot luck luncheon will be served at 12 noon At the recent meet Airs. A. P. Bunch read the scriptural lesson and conducted the- devotionals, Mrs. U'. B. Olmsteitd being in charge of the temperance quiz and study on narcotics. Refreshments were served and It was announced the next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. W. R. Olmstead. 608 I/ street, October 18. The convention theme will be "Thy Word Is a Lamp Unto My Feet." The Reverend M. B. Miller, pastor of the church, will give the welcome. Departing from the usual custom of holding a two-day session with an evening meeting on the first day of the convention, this year's con- I vention will \IK for one day only. 1 and with no evening session. Mrs. | C. C. Haworth will lead the flag j salute. j Mrs. .Martha Alwell of Taft. j county director of evangelism, will j sive the meditation. 1 Mrs. Myrtle Wildnian, vice-presiiluiit of the county organization, will give the response to the welcome by the Reverend Mr. Miller. At the morning session the president will give her annual address, the subject being "Go Ye Into All the World." Mrs. Anna Tucker, of Arvin will pay a iribtite to "The Mothers of Our Defenders," and Mrs. Thompson will be Introduced. Other items of business during the morning session will be appointment of committees reports of recording and corresponding secretaries, treasurer, auditor and board of trustees, represented respectively by Mesdames Philip Dennia, 1,. A. Brown. Ida Chapman. Mr. C. A. Hare and Mrs. Annie Tucker. Mrs. Sieggie Kimdig of Taft will conduct the memorial service, and Mrs Thompson will speak at the luncheon on "What of Tomorrow'.'" The afternoon session will open at 1:15 with special music, and will bu highlighted by a clinic conducted by Mrs. Thompson, and an address by Mrs. II. i' Anderson of Porterville, former county president, from the subject, "Five Times Ten." Other business to be transacted il-iring the afternoon session will be election of officers, introduction of new president, installation of officers appointment of new county department chairmen reports of unit presidents and chairmen of departments. ENTERS WAVES—Miss Barbara Symmes is leaving for Smith College where she will receive officer's training during the next 10 weeks. -SOCIETY Milky Permanent Wave! —First step toward smart fall grooming! Hcuulil'ul soft, lustrous curls! . . . Slylfd to flaltor! ExcelIIMII for "tired summer" hair. $750 Other Lovely Waves, $5.00, $6.50, $8.50 Cold Waves, $15.00, $20.00 LeROY GORIM)N BEAUTY SALON 1729 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-8903 Havt Your Eyit Examintd Opin a Ghar|« Aeetunt GLASSES • That are right for your eyed and your Job. CONSULT DR. R. F. ABRAMS OPTOMETRIST 1507 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-733S Hand-picked originals—see the fashions underscored for big success through Fall! Everything from dresses to coats to accessories —everything budget priced! ALMA MAE DRESS SHOPPE Mrs. Clara Mae Venner, Prop. 1000 North Chester in OiUlale Phone 3-0525 Hold Dessert Bridge Delta Theta Tau sorority victory dessert bridge held recently at the Bakersfield Woman's Club was a big success, Mrs. George Peters, president Co the sorority, announced today. Decorations for the party expressed a patriotic theme with greenery decorating the stage. Proceeds for the event will be used In philanthropic and war work. More than CO tables were filled. In charge "C arrangements was Mrs. Lester Boynton. who was assisted by Mrs. Luverne Shatto. Mrs. Harold Tabor. Mrs. Donald Marcpllus. Miss Lorraine Bayes and Miss Bernico Lynn. Prizes for tho evening wont to Mrs. H. .\. VierlhahT and Mrs. Florence Xiolson, first and second prize respectively in auction; Mrs. Kslher Ljnn was awarded first prize in contract and Mrs. Walter Singleton, won second place; door prizes went to Mesdamca Joe Woodridge, Howard Dickson, J. F. White, H. Thornber, William Bender and Ira M. I-lamby. Members are: Mesdames— Kriward Denton Chester .hunts Art Hiiffnrrt Ralph Thaxton Krl Wolfe George EVtors JaHIPS Lyons S. II. Brywon Verne Shatto Floyd Stevens Donald Marcpllui RoRer Dennen Jlervin M. Ai-liernian llnzi-l SllKer ''onsnline tildham Ila-tel Sheldon Harold Taber D. A. Boynton !na Pruett Al.vee Wehh ^larjorip Orothaua JMar.v Cai-nien I.otiiHe Hall Forrester Lorraine Bayes Bernice Lynn MISS SYMMES JOININGJfAVES OFF TO SMITH COLLEGE TO TAKE OFFICERS TRAINING Planning to spend the next 10 weeks in an officers' training course, Miss Barbara Symmes, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Burtch of Park Drive, has joined the WAVES. She left Friday to receive final instruction at Los Angeles recruiting headquarters. Her instruction will begin shortly at Smith College in Northampton. Miss Symmes was a guest of honor at a tea Tuesday given by Mrs. Harvey S. Mudd of Keverle'y Hills for 50 guests, 10 of whom were enlistees or officer-candidate WAVES. Miss Symmes. an alumna, of'local schools, Stephens College and University of Southern California, was assistant to the dean of women at the University of Southern California during her post-graduate year. She was chosen in May, 1942, as president of Associated Women Students at which time she also was named one of eight women to constitute an all university council. She was elected to Mortar Board at the same time. A member of Delta Delta Delta a social sorority, Phrateres, Alpha Kappa Delta, Trojan Amazons and others, the 'popular student was accorded top honors among senior women in 1943. She is now an apprentice seaman. Navy Mothers Plan Box Social Soon Bakersfield Navy Mathers Club will hold a box supper in the American Legion hall October 27 in observance of Navy Day, with Mrs. Edna Mixon appointed as,chairman. It was also announced that a silk quilt has been purchased by the group to be sold in order to raise funds for hospital boxes. Sewing chairman, Mrs. Emma May, reported that one layette was ready to be placed this month and Mrs. Grace Carter, hospital chairman, announced that she would send tray covers to the Corona Navy Hospital this month. The next meeting will be Friday, September 22. 0 KMiMSH COURSE Local adults who feel the need for improving their use of _words. as well as expanding their ' vocabularies, may receive help through the English course taught Monday nights by Miss Edna Keough in room 218 of the Bakersfield Junior College building. To be held at 7 o'clock the course Is open to all adults interested. There is a. tuition fee. In the university extension division the course la listed as English X 355 A. B. Many teachers have found the course helpful In previous years. MONEY CAN'T BUY flRpirini faster-acting, more dependable than genuine pure St. Joseph Aspirin, world's largest seller at 10j!. Why pay more? Big 100 tablet size for only 35<)». To Display Gibson Girl Studies Here How do the modern "Petty" and "Varga" girls compare with thej famous "Gibson" girls of the early IDOOs? If one really wants to know, he or she should talk to one of the art students at East Bakersfield High School. Art classes, under the direction of Mrs. Lucille Robert, are discussing the relative merits of the two types as part of their training in art appreciation. Twelve of the famous "Gibson" girls will be on exhibit at the school from September 25 to September 29, according to Mrs. Rsbert. The Gibson girl prmts were loaned to the art department by Miss Mary Cm-ran, art major. TOYS OWENS TOY STORE 1228 Nineteenth Street, Bakersfield We have a wonderful selection of toys now for you to choose from. Small deposit will hold any of our toys till Christmas. CHRISTMAS CARDS 4 for 5c to $1.00 Each HALLOWE'EN Horns, Hats, Costumes, Etc. "Jeb Stebbin SAYS PEET i ••• "JobStobbht is sorta like a wheelbarrow...he only goes as far aa he's pushed." PUT SAYS: "And one granulated soap that isn't like a wheelbarrow is ... Feet's. No ma'am, you don't need to push Feet's, the different granulated soap. Those wonderworking suds go right in and chase out grease and grime ... turn out dazzling white washes every washday." PUT SAYS: "Marriage is like a cafeteria. You pick out what looks good...and pay for it later." PUT SAYS: "Well, Feet's looks like a good granulated soap to pick out—and it'll pay you on washday. Yes, ma'am, in colors that stay bright, and white things that are really white. What's more, Feet's in the dlshpan means shining china, sparkling glassware... and hands that stay smooth. N« wontftr three tlnwt •• many women now UM Pcct'tl Say—why don't you try it, too?" FEET'S SOAP The qufcfc-sudslng granulated »*ap lea of excellent character Canterbury has a splendid reputation for high quality, deep long-lasting flavor and keen fresh aroma. Use it regularly. No better tea packed. (anterbury . maSineJ at SAFEWAY STORES The Chesterfield coat Is a first love with all women who appreciate trim lines and fine tattoi'ing. And all of this year's Chesterfields Imve the bright new touches ... in braid trims, in important buttons ... in brilliant colors. We've a complete collection. Prices From $19.75 to 45.00 1529 Nineteenth Street "Use Your Credit" West's Largest Jewelers • 17 Stores to Serve Yeul UKU11I! Sells more DIAMONDS than any ***** in the West 1434 Nineteenth Street, •akeraffleld

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free