The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 3, 1944 · Page 9
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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, October 3, 1944
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-YEAR'S ANNOUNCED EAST BAKERSFIELD P. T. A MAKES PLANS FOR FALL Club Group Plans Fair November 24 Knst Bakcrsficlci High Srhool P. T. A. executive board recently met for a potluck luncheon and business meeting at the home of the president, Mrs. Charles Sehertz, Ku- calyptus Drive, at which time the complete program for the year was outlined by Mrs. H. E. Stephens. The board decided that at each regular meeting two members would cid the hospitality chairman and that a rummage sale would be held for their money-making project. Mrs. Ralph Bonne and Mrs. Jake Fauss volunteered as rummage chairmen. Mrs. K. A. Force announced the need for blood donors to make the biiF. trips to Los Angeles possible. Horizon Club will be sponsored flguln this year. Members accepted the invitation of Mrs. R. B. Hutchc- *on, president of Bakersfiokl High SrJxjol P. T. A. and a .special moot- Ing guest at the luncheon, to join ft study group to be conducted by Miss Dorothy Bitnor. The classes \vill begin October 111 at 1:30 p. m., the subject to be "Poise for Personality." Airs. J. Kniffen read a message from Mrs. L. O. McChire, member• hip chairman, asking the board's cooperation in the coining member- chip drive. Invited gnosts WCTP Mrs. George Gurr, Mrs. diet Johnson. Mrs. R. B. Uutchcson, and Miss Iiois Smith. Plans wore completed for "The "Country Fair'' to be held November 1!4 when the general committee of the Bakersfield Woman's Club met recently at the home of Mrs. T. L. Frank, 30 Hi? Alta ^"ista Drive. The event will be a benefit for the war effort. Mrs. Frank announced that an "ail-out" romrni'teo meetinp is scheduled for October 5 at 1 p. m. in the tea room of the clubhouse. She requests all committee chairmen to bo present. A pleasing luncheon was served preceding the business meeting. The committee consists of Mrs. Harry C. Gardiner, president of the Woman's Club; Mrs. T. T Frank. genera 1 ^ha inn. i n n nd Mesda mes Kmnry <'nv Hoffman and H. J. Frank, co-chairman; Mrs. George Mollinps worth, financial rhalrman; Mrs. lid Hose, adviser; Mrs. Allen Baheoek. ticket -; ant. Mrs. Arthur H. Karpc, vice-rhairman of finance. -t+ff -. * All -Day Meeting to Be Held Soon Mrs. H. R. Fike, president uf the "Woman's Union of First Baptist Church, hns announced that an all- day meeting will be held Thursday, vith Circle No. 2 as hostesses for tho luncheon hour. Mrs. C. C. Scharponborg will give n, short talk at the luncheon table on "Children World Crusade AYork." Mrs. Sam Klcinsasser will also ad- dross the group. Tilt program will be held at 1:15 p. m. under the leadership of Miss Floy Holloway with "The Peace in China" as the theme of the program. The business session will be held at 2 p. m. Council Red Cross Meeting Is Tonight Tied Cross Rrroup of Kern County f'uuncil of .Jewish Women will convene tonight at the homo of Mrs. Henry Bernard, 31ii Holtby Road, at S o'clock. Mrs. Dan Casden will prosido. Closed niKhltfmvns and wrapping blankets will bo the ar- ticlos made. Members of council mot recently w i t h M rs. .1 . M . ,K re v i 1 1 . of 1 ^ S Hodt'tjrd \Vay. whore plans were made for a buffet supper October 17 at. Congregation B'nai Jacob with Mrs. Murray Ross of Los Angeles as tho jjuest spoakcr. Mrs. H. Xim- merman and Mrs. M. Rubin are cochairman of arrangements. .Mrs. Jerome Molvin boads the council. M rs. M llton Topper and M rs. Fisher wore welcomed as new members at tho recent session. ease that Roman Meal rition foods which has natural vitamins served. Constant from cereal, for and baking a ram ndg« Past Presidents Meet on Thursday Past Presidents Club of El Tojuii Parlor No. L':iO, Native Daughters of the Golden "West, will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Matin Olin, 2217 Morton street, according ti* Mrs. Ralph Sanders, president of the club, All past presidents are asked to attend as the group members will busy themselves in making; bouquets of poppies for the parlor's escort tea m. Mrs. Kate Kincer and Mrs. Russell Bowen will assist the hostesses. Caledonia Lwlge Caledonia Lodge No. 4M5, F. & A. M., will hold the stated meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. in Caledonia Masonic temple. All master Masons are invited and refreshments will be served. C. A. Simmons, worshipful riiast<'T, will preside. in your favorite "boy coat." $32.50 1823 Chester Avenue Bakersfield Sahcrsficlb Californtan Tuesdoy, October 3, 1944 t CIE PA R A ,1 A )\ j.l V A .A MISS WED AT CHURCH BECOMES BRIDE OF HOLLIS NUNNELLY AT CEREMONY Sigma I'lii (iaiiini;) A pro^-i-cssi\e dinner was recently enjoyed by Si^ma Phi Uamma so- L V • • * •!«._ .' ••..««* 1----IV*Bk>tIh*r»- i-im t t I i I*\ « ii^ r*fi \ ft i <i L iiif i it M ii'. *>i ->i i ^. i» . Kri<- Johnson. ^i'::u <.>dar street. The quests included: Mesdiimrs "W.iyne Powers. !'.. J. I.'.auducci, flan- dell Lewis. Ku hai il Spawn. William Itomero. K. K. Abbott, -lark Seiple, John Hall and Mis* Klyse Heckmann. Mrs. Banes S|M-aUs At a re< cm ;n'-"finic of th' 1 Beta 1 Si^ma I'hi M'i MI n v at Hi* 1 honV- of M r-J. Walter X'-rmaiih', J"S Flower sf !•('<•!. Mi-vi. Li ta v et.IP Ha nes pre- st'Mi'-d st'\eiril in:*-]-.-stin;.: honk re- \ ji'\\ S. >um nvn t u as made a I the x; l hat l lie m'tiup would sponsor a runinia^' 1 sale in ? mid nit'inl" is wrir aj~o malxo rnnkit's f'»r the l.'Su in \\ »•;»'; A recent wr-dding of int*;ro>t is that uniting Miss Pbyllin the daughter of Mr. and Mr*. G, W. Maddux. Ray street, to Hollis T John Hall ant! ML* Tho next nicotine; will bo \\Vilnrs- tlny nt tht* Imnip nt" .Mis, Frnnris Hoi- tom-oiM t. 1-1 Brink I M'ive. Members a re: \: !-i,. 1!i"A ;M Kt'tini 1 'll P.ii ;| t-i|S ,1. Km- .lohn.inn ,1 1'] \ HUH ti;i n \ ! in SI i mil! W.ilti-r \\V1N I !'i\\ ; ( [ il R. 1«:iMO Mil fun Jnhnson KmnuM l Snr t It r;.ul ShaMVr John \V. r!r;n-i hi A * hton JiT-^'M Krun' rs U*M u i n- t on? I .Trimr** PPV, ;ir t ' H M;imll Prnvor Snu't ZIT Mint's— lona - 1 Gr:i\ e I la vdfn * * FURTHER PLANS—The general committee of "The Country Fair/ 1 an event being sponsored by the Esik- ei'sfiold \Vomn n's Club, November 1M, recently met to work on arrangements. In the picture (sitting loft to ritfht): Mrs. Marry C Gardiner, Mrs. T, L. Frank, Mrs. Kniory Gay Uoffrnan and -Mrs. II. J. Frank; standing (let 1 ! to right), Mrs, George HoHingsworth t Mrs. Kd Ruse, Mrs. Allen Babcock and Mrs. Arthur Karpo. To Buy Holiday, Spring Apparel ],rr»vinE for the fashion markot in Dallas. Texas, on Ootoher 11, will he Mrs. Clara Mae Venner, of the Alma Mae Dress Shnppe, Oildale. Mrs. Venner will spend two weeks in the. southern slate, oom- hining- a visit with hor .sister, Mrs. I/. T. Grimes, who resides in that city, wit h tho business trip. She will select spring and holiday fashions for her shop, study t' ion trends and take in style shows. Baptist Youth Has Eventful Calendar T. A. NOTES Discussion was held in behalf of mure community nights this fall ami winter at a recent inoeUng of Kl Marking the coming season's calendar of I lie Haplist Fellowship are many varied and educational events, including a convention, the, t'hrisi- mas Choraln^ue. formation of an orchestra, and migratory cainp services. Tho eonvontion. which is scheduled for November 1M, LTi and ^ti, in Los An^e|es f will feat ure such speakers as (.'. Oscar Johnson, of St. Louis.1 Approximate 5000 youths from ill*; 1 entire southern California area will attend. First in the series of Kern "River Association rallies will lie held on October L'<i in Taft. with Dr. Luther LOUK as the mie.-t speaker. Roys of the organization are planning to participate in tlie basketball panics of the local church basketball league. Five eomiuittets of the fellowship will carry on activities throughout the year. They include personal (,'hristian living, evangelism, world outreach and citizenship and leadership. During tho months of October, November and December the personal Christian living committee is sponsoring a "Church Loyalty Cru- side," and in January, a "New Friends for Christ" campaign will get under way with the evangelism committee in charge. Tejun P. T. A. in the school auditorium. The committee selected for the first recreation night includes .Mr. and Mrs. C. .M. Winters, Mrs. Marion Puissell and C. E. Borden. Mrs. Mabel Smailes, principal, spoke on "Immunization" and it was announced that Kobert Slack was elected to the office of auditor, succeeding V. C. Bower. Three new families were welcomed into the community. It was revealed that a white elephant card party will be held Wednesday, October L'5. A potluck dinner preceded the meeting with Mrs. Mamie Steinhoff, Mrs. Mickey Winters and Mrs. Katherine Slack as hostesses. Mrs. Steinhoff is president of the association. Mrs. C. AV. Stephens was unanimously elected second vice-president, as was Mrs. Bert Gardiner as historian, when executive board of Longfellow School met recently in the school. The budget was read and approved as presented by Mrs. Claude Tucker. An interesting program for tho year was announced by Mrs. Joe Gannon and her committee. It was decided to have a tea in the kindergarten room for all "new mothers" of the school, October 4 from :i:30 to 4::jO. Tentative plans were made for a cooked-food sale, to be hold some time this month. Lou-ell P. T. A. will hold a potluck dinner at 6:30 p. m. Wednesday in the school cafeteria. Mrs. Herman Rasmussen, president, reported today. The group is also sponsoring" a rummage sale October 13 with Mrs. AV. AY. Smetzer in charge. Anyone I wishing to donate articles is requested to bring them to the school. The sale will be held at 818 Baker street. Recently the unit held a tea for the room mothers and the P. T. A. council room mothers. FIVE SAMPLE FLACONS ** • *.* * * * rom i • Texas t down near "WJiere Rio Grande TO WEAR WITH YOUR NEW FALL COSTUME "* L To introduce our exotic perfume u f e (riff send our new R/icxJtUJ tttl kit consiltlng of five generous purse size //aeons of our loveliest fragrances. GLAMOUR GIRL - ROMANTIC NEW SCLNT. WOOD VIOLET- FRESH. WOODSY RADIANCE — ARRESTING NOVELTY HCRFUME. ?ANDAL\\'OOD — A LIGHT FRAGRANCE FOR CONQL'LST — AN IRRESISTIBLE CREATION. VERY POPULA*. * * * Try oil five of f/ieso fu.xurious perfumes. T/ica select lf»6 one special /ragranc* which flatters you most, u'/iic/i brings oul t^te real YOU. To gel your perfume ie«l tit postpatJ, send only 25 ccnls plus 3 ccnls federal tax in coin to RHODIUS PERFUME 0.")S SLCOND AVLXLL S^les Agency SLATTLE -1. WASHINGTON KITCHEN CURTAINS 4 Ruffled and Tailored Large selection of colors and types . . . also waterproofed ruffled curtains for bath* rooms. Prices from I" . » • 4 • • • • - . - , • I • —• I • * I * < -^,ttftf, /. 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Women's Club Convening Installation of officers elected since the induction mooting of last spring will be a feature of \Vodnes- day night's meeting of Xortb-ot'- tho-Uivor Women's Service Club, it was announced by Mrs. A. B. Shore, president. The mooting, tho first of this fall, will be hold in connection witii a pntluek dinner in Bertha Elliott hall. Mrs. A. W. Kabos. program chairman, announces dinner music by Standard School orchestra, directed by William Dunch. Uorotln Sno VtiiiK .Mrs. Niiiuiclly M rs. 1 lull is Nunnoliy, 1 he former M iss Phyllis Maddox wa s t he .mieM of honor at. •'! bridal shower ui von rocenllv Itv Mrs. ,I;inif's liallov al • » I he home nf hoi' pai'cnt s, Mr. ami Mrs. Gordon Trail!. Ml Lincoln street. The t;uost (>(' boiuir was presented \\ith a corsam* "f whilo rar- na lions at the bo^initini; of the party. All arrangements wore ii: a scheme of whilo and p'ld, ibo table being appointed with tapers and asters conforming to the chosen colors. flames were played, and a mock wedding enjoyed, hose attending wore: si ;t in-- - — \ - • • -1...V..-U I!. .11 \\" ill i.nn 1 !<>li 'i-'in 1 1- i ,M-i ! c:i I'*'' \ 1 1. If i -"ill 1 '"U H:I Mi.t i '1 .1 Mil I'.Mlk'.'S I .••{' Urnu 11 M s i ;;i IP Kv - •!•-! Ii W..:'.'i \. i n. t -,; < "h i ' :•'- I >"v. >-\' I ;> >!>••'•' ' 1 1 r 'i !•' ^ .M.! '•' in K" Hi;! Ml.! f I -J i] I :( M' 'n! '. \\'"-l.'\' 1 't.i t ••!• \\ f-^lcv 1'ui I-'!' tf> arU.-t M i ^ s i • -J !"•" n Ail. i ,'• ! } !••<'• .t»ri a i Shu ,*'•* >m\ i no * * * At K;ti'rli Home Nancy Karrli, daughter of ^ ;uid Mrs. Xanry Kan-li. '-'--- Park \\';i >•, rt'cont ly . i-n tcrtainod a ?;t'oiip of li»*r friends at hot- IUMMP. in rnlc- liration ot* hop tenth l>ii I Inlay anniversary. I >i'>st rt In i u -In'im was served, ilio parly then ailjnurniii£; to Ihf T'ox theater. •esf ML \%ere: k M' Ktnitin K;t i i'ii S l:ti.!>in> 1 ' H,irb;ira M.nv \\"i ichf ('mine lltiltis Nnnni'lK' M. <;. M L. Monan Ilarrifl Miss McMahan Tells of Fashion Trends A definite feminine trend will followed in tho new fall fashions, according to Miss Jessie McMahan. who recently returned from the Now York market, accompanied by Miss Louise Dronnon, Miss Florence Mc- Kinloy, and Miss Janice Mylor. The four women wore in tho eastern state for the purpose of buying and making selections for the .lurid r s AYomon's Shops in California. Miss McMahan says that lavishly furred coats play an important, role in the wcll-drosso'l women's wardrobe this season. She also added that leading colors include black, pistachio, magenta, ink purple, lime, cerise, surf green and royal blue. Allu-rt S-vcrsnn 's Nail (h .Morri.i Miss Jc;in Hoion * # * Min MiiHdox ';i Her I-'fnsr < 'liarlcs I';i rrovvs I™ I 1 > j-i * -i I i » » Motinlil rsvrnn .Mariji m Hoi>k ins Rirh;ifil St ;i MUMI HarotH 'I'ul't nifs Dallv Dance ( lub Mombei's of La f-a-Lot Daiu-e Club's commit too on ai'rangoiuent.s for Saturday night's formal dnnro at Odd I'Ylluws hall met recently at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. George Uethorfonl. ^ni'o Oregon street. Following the business hour, refreshments wore served with places arranged for Messrs, and Most lames: K. i' Minnor A MOM Snui Ufii ditirr i '«TII Kohcrta 11;i rnld .Inlian Dr. and Mrs. !•;. \'. Nitncv lt\ rn* 1 H:irbai'a + * * Returns to Among those re turning to college this fall was Miss Iris Landrv who * is in hor senior year at San Jose State. Prior to returning to the state college she visited Miss Ruth Evans, of this city, at the University of California, Berkeley. Miss Iwindry .spent part of her summer vacation with Major and Mrs. II. Robert K. Catlin, at Santa Monica. + * # \Vith the SiiiuU'tons Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Singleton entertained as their recent houae guests Mrs. William Flaurr and her son, Billie. Jr., of Chico, wife and son of Staff Sergeant William Klaurr. D, Nun nelly, formerly of thU rity. imu* stationed a r Gruat L^kes, 111., with the Tinted States Navy. Tho single ring r/erornony was performed September - ^ in the Little ChHp*_'l f»f Sacred Memfiri^s at ^ p. rn.. the Reverend N. A. Christon>on officiating. Tho church decora - tions cnnsisted of boiKjuets of white gladioli, pink delphiniums and small 1 minis. Pre<i<linLT nver the organ was Mrs. A . Ii. i loisington with Mrs. Walter Jay nc>, vocal ^, singini; " India it Lovo (."all" and "Always." Mrs. Nunnelly was attired in a white taffeta and net gown with fin- t; 01 lip length veil. She carried a Hiltie. and an orchid with bavardia sti-eainors. diiisr the bride as maid of \\as Miss Jean Maddox, a cntisin oi the bride, from Hollywood. She wore a light blue gown and carried a colonial bouquet of white and pink carnations and blue delphiniums. Mrs. Ben Maddux of Glendale was in charge of tho guest book. She wore a brown and 'turquoise blue dross with brown accessories. The bride's mother wore a blue frock with black accessories and a i;!. corsage and the bride's mother wore gold with black accessories and a gardenia corsage. Attending tho bridegroom as best man was Scott Barrows ot* Los Angeles. while .Jack Bertram! and Paul Mallory wore ushers. Mr. M add ox gave his daughter in marriage. Following the wedding, a recen- Uon was held at Hotel Kl Tejon in the desert room, where a three-tier wedding cake was sliced and served. Mrs. Nunnoliy is a graduate of Rakersflold High School and attended Lufkin's Business College. The bridegroom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Nunnelly, 1129 A street, is a. seaman first class with the navy. He is an alumnus of Bak- orsfield High School and attended the local junior college. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Karl Blackburn and Mrs. Joan Gifi'ord, of Fresno; Mrs. Ben Maddox, Clendaje; Mr. and Mrs. Iwilph Maddox and daughters. Jean and Mrs. Paul Sly. of Hollywood, and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Barrows and Mrs. W. S. Ppffcnberg, of Los Angeles. Helen Keller says: Ladies of Lions to Hold October Fete Plans wore discussed for a Halloween party in October and report was made on a barbecue in August when Ladies of the L»ions met recently at the home of Airs. Fit/<- hugh Parker on Oleander avenue. Mrs. Bill Shields and Mrs. A. S. Wallace were co-hostesses with Mrs. Parker. Heading the conrmittee for the October event will be Mrs. TJ. H. Federhart; arrangements for the August function at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gmcher, were Mesdames Harold Taher, William Lord, L.PH Cougbran, Don Winlack, Lester Boynton. Albert Baumgarlcn and Adrian BulUnger. * * * Mrs. Barrett Kelurnitm Jlrs. Burton C. Uarrott, wife of Hie Reverend Mr. Barren, pastor of First Baptist. Church, is expected home today from a several weeks' visit in the east. She spent some time in Livonia. N. V., with her mother and brother, and visited in Xew Hampshire, Connecticut and other parts of New Knuland. She left for the east August IS. The Barretts make their home on South Uak street, * » * To Meet \Vedncsdiiy Kpsilon SJRiua. Alpha sorority will meet Wednesday at 8 p. m. at Hotel 101 Tejon. - • -> - , -•• ^ - . v- -, . ,'. .:- J+ - - V •, .,:• L r i-S [-;*.*.* - •. Do You Suffer Distress From £/•'•••'••• *£•:*>•• j MESSIAH REHEARSAL The settond rehearsal oC the Mos- sinh Chorus will he held in the First Baptist Church tonight at 7::JU p. m. ( it was announced here today. Rehearsals will also be held October 17 and October iU. A full attendance is requested. WthKsNmMi Tirtd FetVnfS? At such times—if you suffer from cramps, backache, feel tired, nervous, restless, a bit moody—all due to functional periodic disturbances— Start at once—try Lydia E. 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