The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 2, 1944 · Page 11
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 11

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, October 2, 1944
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nomination Held by ruidess Circle Sumncr Circle No. 107, Order of Druidess, recently held first nomination of officers at Druids hall with Mrs. Betty Dorsey, arch diuides.s, presiding. Those nominated included Mrs. Claflin. arch druidess; Mrs. Mary McNeil, first bard; Mr.s. Amelia Foster, second bard; Mrs. Sam Hil- llard, conductress; Mrs. Helen Williams, assistant conductress; Mrs. Ruth Steele, inside guardian; Eli Eyraud, outside guardian; Mrs. Mary B. Hampson, organist; Mrs. Marie Finn, chaplain; trustees, Paul Tess, Marie Rufner, and John Nouguier, With Mrs. N. C. Houze, John Werts wid Dave Hense, auditors. Plans were completed also for celebrating the circles twenty-third birthday anniversary on October T2. All ftmrter members and organizers will be special guests, a large class of candidates will be initiated with the degrep team exemplifying the degree. The table cover will also be given away at this time and members who have tickets are requested to turn thenv In by October 12. Refresh- will be served by MeKdnmes Sanderson, Delia Chinard, nnd Betty Dorsey. An attendance prize will be awarded. Following the meeting a dance was held in the hall with more than 100 participating. HEAT •• i mi i i ——^^H—^^H- • • in Quickl Dust on fragrant, mildly medicated Cuticura Tal,cum. See how it soothes, helps relieyediscomfortof heatrasn, chafing—keeps baby cool, comfortable, happy. Absorbs moisture, guards against irritation. Try it! All druggists. 25*. /FRAGRANT • MILDLY MEDICATED FOR COLD STUFFED NOSES 2 drops in each nostril open clogged nose, you breathe freer. Caution: Use only as directed. PENETRO NOSE DROPS Horse Race Motif Enjoyed at Party Epsilon Sigma Alpha Unit Sponsors Lively Affair A horsei-Hcinpr theme was introduced at the USO Wednesday eve- nine, the event belns sponsored by the Alpha Thtta Chapter, Kpsilon Sterna Alpha sorority. Miss Patsy Winton was the chairman in charge of arrangements for the evening and was assisted by members of the sorority. Dancing occupied the earlier part of the evening to tho music of the Minter Field Skyliners. The main attraction of the party was a horse race. Cleverly designed and colored heads of horses were attached to broomsticks which were ridden by volunteer*; from the audience. The following horses and jockeys were entered in the race: "Star Kyes." ridden by On-lhe-Line-Trainee Bon Hull; "Horrible Harry," by Phil Mouw; "Creepin 1 Death," by Corporal Mai Weinstein: "Gruesome Ghoul," Benny Bennett; "Dynamite Dan," Teddy Rossylo, and ' Laughin* Lulu." by Private First Class Ike Ouster. 'Presiding at the betting table where th«> bets were placed were Mrs. James Parks, Mrs. Norman McAdams, Mr.s. Charles Nail, Misses Klva Morris, Alice Thompson, and Bettye Andrews. Mrs. William Moses and Miss Frances Embrey were in charge of collecting bets and paying oft' to the holders of the winning tickets. Winning "horses" were driven by On-the-Line Trainee Hull, Bennett, and Private First Class Custer. Appropriate musical select ions were furnished by the band during tho races and refreshments wre served. Dancing was resumed after the rac^s. WILL FLAY HERE * Erskine Hawkins and orchestra, scheduled to appear hero Tuesday evening, October 3, when they fill a dance engagement at The Barn. Hawkins, college graduate and former teacher, is a trumpeter-composer of note and is termed the "Twentieth Century Gabriel" in amusement and musical circles, Effie Smith and Jimmy Mitchell arc featured vocalists. Twenty-sixth Anniversary ofY. Is Celebrated The twmty-MXih anniversary of" St. Margaret Mary's Institute No. SJ, Yuung .Ladies' Insi.itme, was celebrated at a gala formal bamnu-t in the Spanish hall mom "f H<.ti»l Kl Tejon recently by more than To members, inrli'dtng a delogaf'tm of IS Taft mrinbers. .Mrs. C. K. Chambers, president of the lur;il organizii- tion. presided as toastmlstross. The banquet tables were decorated with seasonal autumn appointments. Centering the head table was a mammoth arrangement of fruit set on a bed of autumn leaves edged with orange-hued cornucopias. The long tables were decked with autumn leaves and orange tapers. With the serving of dessert, a huge blue and white birthday cake, areenling the institute colors, was placed before the president. A smaller rake was placed before Mls.s Louise Kii'haini, a past president, who was celebrating her birthday anniversary on thu same day. The address of welcome was given by Mrs. Margaret Stanley, the newly appointed Institute deputy, who is also a past president of the local nrganjzat ion. After welcoming the guests, including the Taft delegation, and the members. Mrs. Stanley briefly outlined the ideals and activities of the Institute. She then prc.stntod Miss Kmily Bidart of the local group, who was recently appointed deputy to Ave Maria Institute of Taft. Miss Bidart welcomed the Taft members and spoke of plans for the coming year. Members of the Catholic clergy who were guests and speakers included Ileverrnd James O'Kan ft of St. Francis Church, who acted as chaplain for Reverend Father Thomas Karlcy who was on retreat in northern California; Reverend Ignatius Lmighran of St. Joseph's Church and Reverend dilbert Meyer of Our Ixady of (Uiadalupe Church. The priests congratulated the Institute members upon the occasion of their anniversary and accomplishments, and emph.asi7ed the importance of Catholic action in their program. A history of the local Institute was presented in a delightful manner by Mrs. Christine .Summers, a charter member and one of the first presidents. She pictured the initial organization of the Bakersfield unit and the following charter members worn presented to ;hc guests: Mesdames Margaret Stanley, Fred "\Vil- SMU and Helen Sims and Miss Alice Burel. Accompanied at the piano'by Mrs. Ber niece ha nib, Miss Rose Hash 1m sang "Avo Maria" and "Panis Ango-lions," and community singing contributed t<> the pleasure of the evening. Several members t>f the Taft Institute including the president, Mrs. Lodo CIurrH, and past presidents. Mrs. Rita (loodell, Mrs. Francis Logan and Mrs 1-oudie Trahan, extended felicitations. Mr.s. Mary Altmiller of Santa. Ana Institute No. 104 wa.s also introduced. Other members from Avo .Maria Institute attending the banquet included Mosdamos John Wilkq, Ida May Crawford. Gertrude Cicissel. Dora. tSlagi'rm;.n. Rcgina Foy, Her- nadino Miller, Bern ire* Campbell and Misses Virginia C. Melo, Mary Melo, Syra Stlegor, Irene Felix and Kathryn Schmitt. Special.guests of the local Institute were Miss Louise Troiti and Miss Mary Frances Dempsey. Miss Hannah llashim, general chairman of tho bamiuet committee, was assisted by Misses Margaret O'Neill, Rose Hashim, Mary Jo Meude, Mary Margaret Dyer, Waive Stager and Kiloen Tomajan. Woman Will Speak on Work With Spastics Spoakinp- on work with the spastic child, Miss Carol Jensen of Claremont Hospital, Oakland, who deals daily with the handicapped hoy and tfirl, and who worked with Dr. Earl Carlson at his school for tho sposiio child, will address a mooting; tonight ! at 8 p. m. at Kern C.oneral Hospital j auditorium. Tho meeting, sponsored by Kern General P. T. A. is for all interested persons, with a. special invitation to teachers, parents of han- : dicappod children, and doctors. l,ou B. I lart, county sch" { ,l superintendent, has announced this lecture one I'm- which institute credit is Kivcn. itaftergftelb Californfan Monday, October 2, 1944 ] CATHOLIC ttANQl ET— The twenty-sixth birthday anniversary of Young Ladies Instltuet was held this week in the Spanish ballroom of Hotel El Tojon. Pictured (left to right) are the Ilcvereiul Father Gilbert Meyer, Mrs. Margaret Stanley. Mrs. C. K. Chambers, the Reverend Father James O'Kaiu 1 , Mrs. A. C. MeU-alf, Father Imuttius Loughran. B'naiB'rithWo Planning Tea S Plans are being completed by Bakersfield M'nai M'rith Auxiliary No. lilt for a tea. Wednesday evening, Ocloher 11, at. K'nai Jacob social ball, with .Mrs. Men Rosen- thai of Los Anodes, president of District Xo. -1, (Iraml Lodge, M'nai I-5rith women as honor guest. Mrs. Kosonthal is the wife of Judge Kosenthal, well known southern California jurist. Mrs. Armaund Strauss, membership chairman, is in charge of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. William Solomon, program; Mrs. 1 lenry logger, refreshments; and f Mrs. Oscar I 'rasin, decorations. Auxiliary to Convene for Tuesday Meetina Marine Corps Units nstall Wednesday Mrs. Kruger, Mr. Giddings Will Serve os Commanders The homo of Mrs. Chris 1717 (-'oi-il r.runer .Drive, will be the scene of an Iowa Auxiliary meeting' to he held Tuesday at 1 p. in. The program for tho day will bo presented by various members of tho organization ;i nti the hostess will also introduce a now gaino which will supplement the program. Installation of nl fi«n s will t tho i 1 veiling' -- act ivi ties at t lie next mooting of tho Ha^eman-WoKis" .Marino (.'ori)s Loa.mie and Auxiliary, which is scheduled f»>r 7-1'* p. m. Wednesday at the Memorial ball. . Auxiliary officers to be installed include: Mrs. 1 lenry Kruger, president ; M rs. I joonard C5iil*lhm:s, vice- president; Mrs. A. S. U'a.mim-r, junior vice-president; Mrs. Kllm linllcr, historian; Mrs. (lu\ I'.enurt!. judicial adjutant: Mrs. Ahrrt \Vest. chaplain; Mrs. Krnt'st Comer, ^uard; Mi>\ Thurlow Rogers, treasurer; .Mrs. Merl Ma-ssham. secretary; Mrs. Frank Subriar, captain of the guard; Mrs. Jack White, color guanl; ami Mrs. Erma I'.o.ver, musician. The league officers are: "Leonard GuMings, commander, A. S. Wagoner, senior vice-commander; Jack \Vhite. junior vice-coin in; imler; Jl^llaml Weber, judge advocate; J. C. l-'arloy. chaplain; Albert West, temporary chief-of-slaff; J lenry Kruger, ser- goant-of-the guard; Cluy Monnott, adjutant; Vern Cridor, paymaster; and .lark White, detachment .service officer. Stress Christian Living at School Opening Tonight u: 11 in j^ hi u ill lie Tito School of Christian Li 1 . i;m, vihich lias been fortne<l tii n MIL;! i n>uperat i<>u of the local churches a n-1 r-hurdi societies. At. the Kirs? Moth..Mist Church, 1701 Truxt mi a\ eniH 1 . u hei-e the educational daises u ill bo Jiehl. registrations will he mii'lf on the first night. There wi 1 ! t>e a tVo nt SI for the entire I'ivo \\rck c-nirse. Orn-; of the features nf the school \\ill bo the class for children s work, u hich will l»c cniuluctt'il hy Mrs. Walter Shore. Tliere u ill bo varied and expansive interests in Hie (nurses under Mrs. Shore's supervision. A special guest will )<*' present for the t hirtl class period under the direct ion of the Kevorcnds Willard ,F. Kami, Jr.. ami Kleinsassor. Ilnyer K. ArKk'Y will speak on "The KiTectivc Vnuth JM'ogram in the Local <'hurch. "i 'hui ch »'cutei ed Keurea! ion," \\ ill he lead by Uob Undo. \\ bo lias h;t'l consjiU-raltle experience in this pan iciilar type ot" w»rk. Invited t<> spea k for t lie uroup under Mr. 1 tilde's superv isinii. is the Kovorotnl \V. !•:. Long, of HIP Full Ciispol Church. His topic will l>e "lUble ami itocreation." On October Hi, II. W. (Pat) Kelley. of Shatter, will be 'i special guept of the organization. A devotinnal timo will be observed between tho first ;md second period undpr the leadership of the Reverend John Murdock and a fellowship hour at the close of second period will be held under the direction of tho dean of the school, Miss Flossie Mills. A series of lessons in narcotic education will be also given each Monday by Miss Mnrlanna Bohna, who has had fxtonsive study at Redlands I'nivfM'sitv in this subject. Other members of tho faculty are: MfsdaniP* YV. L. Bradshaw, Norman Thomas, Thomas Nelson. Miss Ahlida TiaJlagh. Messrs William Leaak, Hlmer F'eory, and Ouy Jnggurd. Miss Lottie Phillips will be In charge of registrations and Miss Helen Johnson will bo at the book table. BABY TO SHELTONS :,LOU'S. Oct. 2.—Mr. and Mrs. I-]. B. Fnnst of Fellows and Mr. and Mrs. r. Sholton of Taft have re- reived word of the birth of a grandson in a Long Beach hospital. Parents of the baby are Mr. and Mrs. n. Sholton. HP has been named .lohnnv Ravmond. ESCAPE \ Leading dealers in most of America's largest cities sell more Canute Water than all other hair colorings combined. Simply wet it with Canute Water. A few applications will completely re-color it similar co its former natural shade. In one day if you wish. Curl, wave or shampoo your hair without risk to its tiaitcring new color or naturally soft texture. 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