Endorse Project, .Outline Events Club Executives Convene at Residence of Leader A resolution In favor of a community hall and playground wax endorsed and plans made to send a copy to Kern County Board of Supervisors, when the executive board of North-of-the-River Woman's Service Club convened recently at the home of Mrs. A. B. Shore, president, In Wingland Square. Plans were made for seven bridge parties, the finance chairman, Mrs. H. H. Sanders, to be in general charge. Defense stamps will be given as prizes. The first club meeting will bo October 4, at which time a putluck supper will be served at 6:30 p. m. for members. Mrs. Earl W. Musgrave, hospitality chairman, heads the committee. Mrs. Floyd LaOraffc and Mrs. Rolla Grainger, newly appointed membership chairman and historian, will be installed at that time. Sumner Circle Will Give Dance Soon Sumner Circle Xo. 107, Order of Druidess, will entertain. Thursday, •at a public dance in Druids hail, dancing slated from 0 p. m. to 12 midnight to the music of Frank Sotiza's orchestra. Preceding the dance at 7:30 p. m. the circle will hold first nomination of officers in lower Druids hall. Plans will also be completed for the annual birthday party honoring or- panizers and charter members on October 12. SOCIETY PARADE The Ml Club Mis. B. L. PJden recently entertained members of the '41 Club at her home. 312 Height street. The evening was spent playing rummy with prizes going to Mrs. Oscar Pearson, Mrs. Henry Young and Mrs. Erna Andre. Refreshments were j served during the latter part of the evening. Attending were: Mi-Hdames — Uay lined Have HJI'TS: Leonard Chant H»'M!-.v Younc llsrar IVaisun Krna Amjre EpKilon Siginaii Alpha Members of the Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority will be hostesses at the monthly surprise party at the I'SO hall tonight. Miss Patsy Winton being in charge for the evening. The theme of the evening will be "horsevacing" and a large crowd is anticipated. All junior hostesses, servicemen and servicewomen. a.s well as senior hostesses, are invited. * * • Delta Thrta Tan Delta Theta Tail sorority will meet at H o'clock tonight in the Coca- Cola clubroom with Mrs. George Peters presiding. IU.MMA<;E SVI,K Bakersfield Social Club will hold a rummage sale at Druids hall, Saturday, September :>i>, Camporee Is Successful at Park; 185 Girls Take Part One hundred and eighty-five Bakersfield Camp Fire and Horizon Club Girls and 'M guardians and counselors participated in the week end "camporee" at Kern County Park recently. Mrs. Dorothy Martin was general chairman of the day. The afternoon was spent in supervised games and nature hikes. Those in charge were: relay games. Harry Hopkins, Jr.; folk dancing, Mrs. H. J. Wiltse; nature hikes, Mrs. Thomas Springer. Bach group of girls cooked dinner and breakfast under the supervision of their guardian. The girls also gathered boxes of seed pods for the Red Cross. Highlight of the evening was the impressive council fire, with large outdoor fire. Mrs. Mary Curnow was chairman, with the girls from i her group taking part in the caudle- lighting ceremony. Miss Audrey Powell sang a solo and members of the Yostile group sang an Indian song. Community songs of the Camp Fire Girls were en.ioyed by the group. Members of the Horizon Club retired to the Sheriff's Gun Club for their late evening party. This is an annual event for the older girls, singing and games being played. Sunday morning after each group had finished preparing breakfast and cleaning up the camps, the girls climbed the bluff on the south side of the park to hold outdoor chapel services. Mrs. D. C. Pan-lot was in charge of the morning program. Members of the. Kern County Camp Fire Council wish to thank all the organizations and individuals , who furnished transportation for the '> girls and all those who helped to make the event successful. TO TKACH (01 KSK—Charlotte K. Workman of Los Angeles will open a Bible class in Bakersfiold, September -'), to continue on Fridays until December 1."i. Founda- tiuii study of the Bible and advanced study on the life of Jesus and of Paul, are planned. Opening Tomorrow Llla ± ou CHILDREN'S and JUNIOR SHOP 1101 Baker Street IN OUR OWN NEW HOME Featuring the Season's Most Charming Styles for Juniors Juveniles Infants Gay Gibson, Hollywood Knit and Other Leading Manufacturers Are Represented in Our New and Greatly Enlarged Home W 'T Bible Class Will Open September 29 Opening September J!) and continuing until December l.'i, a Bible class will be taught at Hotel Padre, ISKi H street by Charlotte K. AVork- man of Los Angeles. The classes are held on Friday as follows: 3 p. in. first course, foundation study of the Mililc: 7:'-0, first course, same; S:'.'.o, second course, advanced study, life of Jesus and of Paul. Guests will be welcome to attend one class free of charge, and .servicemen and women will be free at till clases. The Harris-Brown system of teaching used by the International Bible School, la planned. Kern General P. T. A. Is Busy on Plans Teomwork Is Keynote for 1944-1945 Season's Program "Teamwork for the Education of the Handicapped Child" is the year's theme for Kern General P. T. A. There will be four panel discussions this fall, the first to be on teamwork in the home. September 18, and the others, to follow in October, Xo- vember and December, to relate to teamwork in the school, teamwork in the health program and teamwork in the community. Xcw officers for the year include Mrs. Russell Graham, president: Mrs. Barney Morelock, vice-persident: Mrs. Dean Middleton. secretary, and Mrs. Eugene Dasch, treasurer. 5 T A o Jl » Z A.» i Stunt night will bo observed by j Williams School P. T. A. tonight at '• 7::;il o'clock. Mrs. F. W. llort, i program chairman, announces enter- i lainment as follows: Pantomime, i "Courtship Under Difficulties,"'Mesi dames O. P. Blackburn. J. O. i .Meacliam. llpnry Clason, John Buck j and F. W. Hort; reading, Mrs. Barj bara Gabittas: monologue. Ted Chisin; sketch, Mr. and Mrs. Phil I'rner and Tom Olson; monologue, i Phil Urner; community singing, Mrs. | Eleanor Bowman and Miss Norman Philips. Mrs. Bowman will lead the audience in singing between acts. All parents are invited to come and bring the children for an evening of fun. lervous,lestbss Oa "CERTAIN DAYS" Of ThiMontfcT If functional periodic disturbances make you feel nervous, tired, restless, "dragged out"—at such times—try /a- mous Lydia E. Plnknam's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. It helps nature! Plnkham's Compound la also a grand stomachic tonic. Follow label directions. Worth trying! LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S NOW y° u '" have MODESS HAS A WONDERFUL NEW MONEY-SAVER BOX THAT'S EASY TO CARRY! ODESS! Look! New Money -Saver Box of 30 saves money and shopping. Modess is softer! 3 out of 4 women voted it softer to touch in a nationwide poll. Modess is safer! In hospital tests, 209 nurses proved it gives greater protection than nationally known layer-type napkins. 49,701 women who switched to Modess gave reasons "So soft," "So safe"... or "So comfortable." More women are switching to Modess than to any other sanitary napkin in America. Now you'll HAVE to try Modess, yourself! Try MODESS Now! G»t th» n»w money-sov«r box SOFTER, SAFER SANITARY NAPKINS ONLY Miss Lora Stalcup, Sgt. Moiso Honored Gospel Gleaner Church Is Scene of Large Gathering A lin-M nt' t'rienils recently K.ithei In the Gospel ('.leaner I'limi'h, 1" Niles street, feting Miss T.nra cup and SerstP.ant Albert Jloi.s trotheil e(iii|i]p. Tlie weddinp has )ii)t V>een announced as yet. The evening, which was spent playing Raines and singintr. was in the form of a miscella neons shower. Refreshments were served. Sergeant Moisn. formerly of Oakland and now at Minter Kield. is president of the Yoiinp People's As- Roeialloii at the local church and his fiancee is secretary-treasurer. Amiuic: those attending were the Reverend and Mrs. C. P. Spencer. Messrs, and Mesdames Krank Flat'- 1 lick, .M-irshall Orand. Alvis Monnpy. Kay .Mooney. \Villard Starr. \'irci«' Maxwell. Karl M. Price, Kldnn Huberts. I,, hafuiin. W. P. Ynuntr. Corporal and Mrs. t'lyssos Sliafer. Staff Sergeant and Mrs. II. R. Spivy. and Mesdames Zelina Simpson, Krnia ; f.ladwell. S. D. Daniels. M. Butler, Merle Davis. Rena Clifford, Marie • Stalctip. llattie Looney, lOlsie Massa. X. A. Thompson, \V. AVilcoxen, P. I Pickell, Helen Smales. Grace Rogers, ! Pearl Shirley. Cy Have*. S. Silkwood. i l>awrence Krause. with the follow-* inp misses attending: Inez Nelson, | Ruby Srnales, Irene Pope. Betty La- i foon, T^aree Love. fleorRia Knpers, ' Joyce Simpson and Marion Williams. Also attendiiiK were Chaplain John T. Kvans, (Irval Seafto, Ijieutenant Kennelli Clinp, Waiiio UoRprs, CJeorsP Simpson, and Rill Maxwell. The children attendinK were David Starr. Jerry llaflick. Audrey llaflick, Heverly llaflick, Clinton llaflick. Jay Stalcup, Janet Stalcup, Raymond YoniiK, Dolores Yonns', Sharon Krause, Lawrencn Krause, Jr., Y(?U)n | Krause, Bently Mooney, David ! Mooney. Paul Mooney. Barbara Hayes. Paul Maxwell. Barbara C.lad- well, David Lafnnn, Douglas T,al'oon. James Silkwood, Tjorine Rolierts, Biilihy Roberts, Barbara Mooney. Jimmy Mooney, Jerry Mooney. Carolyn C.ladwell, Betty Maxwell, and Jimmy Maxwell. Plan Round Table at Council Event Uaberrfielb Caltforntan Wedncsdoy, September 27,1944 9 Women's Council oC fan Church will meet l::iO p. in. in the ladies' church with Mrs. A. presiding. Mrs. Paul have charge of devoti will be a round table a group from Mary .Cir< of importance to Chri Mrs. Whitfield reports. First Christ- Thursday at parlor of the V. Whitfield Boynton will ins and there discussion by ele on a topic stian women, Aid Society Will Convene Thursday Ladies Aid Society of Oildale Community Church will meet Thursday at 10 a. in. to tie 11! crib quilts for lied Cross. All partioipans. are requested to bring their own lunch: beverage will be served by the so- city. A large attendance is requested by the president, Mrs. Maude Hammel. College Bowling Club Ready for New Season Members of Bakersfield Junior College bowling club will hold their first evening meeting of the year at & p. m., Thursday. They will gather at Frank's Bowling Center, -1- Kast Kighteenth street, and thereafter the club plans to get together regularly every other Thursday evening for an hour of bowling. At a recent election the following officers were chosen for the fall semester: President, Miss Lcola Brown, and secretary, George Watkins. John Van dsdel, co-ordinator of: war training in the local lu'Kh school and junior college, is the adviser for the club. Follett to Address Bosses' Banquet Don M. Follett, of the Oakland Chamber of Commerce, will be the guest speaker at the annual "Bosses Uinner" being sponsored by the Hakersfield Credit Women. The event will be held .Monday, October 9, in the palrn room of Bakersfield inn. I'XITV SCIIEIHLK CIIANGKI) Plans for fall and winter schedule at First Unity Temple, with headquarters at 1-5 Southern hotel, include the AVee Wisdom choir for small children, Sunday School and morning service at the regular hours, a study class in spiritual obedience on Wednesday at '^ p. m., and a class in prosperity at S p. m. The Heverend Delia Shiitts, who attended tin- northern conference of Unity ministers and teachers at Lakeside Unity Truth Center in Oakland, Friday, reported a successful session. The victory prayer corps of the local temple is receiving many testimonies from those returning from service, it was announced Sunday school and evening service are also held in the Woman's Improvement Club building in Taft. Get More Comfort For Standing Feet With A Daily Ice-Mint Treat Don't let tired, burning B«nnitlvc fcpt steal energy and muke the hours seem longer, .lust massage frosty white Ice-Mint on voui feet and ankles 6«/or« work to hol[> keep them cool and comfortable...and nfter work to help oerk them up /or an cveninic of fun. No greaav f eelinn - won't stain «ock» or stockings. Grand, too, to help soften corns and callouses. Get Ice-Mint from your drug, gist today and get foot happy this easy way. Stamp Collectors Attention! Announcing the opening of Kern county's only exclusive Stamp Shop—on September 29. . . A complete line of albums anil supplies for collectors, and a world-wUle selection of postage stamps. THI STAMP SHOP 312 Hopkins Building 19 to K, S»luriUj» B to 5 EASTERN ANNOUNCES! 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