The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 6, 1944 · Page 7
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 7

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, October 6, 1944
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P. LA. CONTEST IS SUCCLSSFUL 'HIGH SCHOOL UNIT GETS 832 MEMBERS IN DRIVE _Reports, talks in behalf of the War Chest, and a discussion of child welfare and attendance comprised the program Tuesday when Bakersfleld Council of Parents and Teachers met Ht school administration headquarters, 1GOO K street, with Mrs. Hugh Nation presiding. Leslie Hedge, soliciting support of the War Chegt, announced that the drive begins October 9 and combines all local drives to save manpower. He quoted a war prisoner as having said he owed his health to the Red Cross for food and his sanity to War Prisoners' Aid for books and games. The goal is $120,000 and P. T. A. in a house-to-house canvass hopes to b'ring in $5000 of this sum. Clifford Gray, speaking on the same subject, reminded the P. T. A. women that their organization had Rone*ovfer Its quota of $5000 last year. Del Branch, of Bakersfield War Chest Committee, added the thought that t War Chest activity is a test of democracy. Miss Betty Gould, presenting the report for child welfare and attendance, commented on the need for child guidance clinic. She believes that most discipline problems have their roots in emotional problems. Mrs. R. E. Ferguson reported that the juvenile protection committee had met with Miss Mary Holrnan, policewoman, recently. Miss Hoi- man told the F. T. A. women that the police department feels that the curfew law gives officers license to stop children who are loitering on Streets after 10 p. in. She urged the P. T. A. members to find more <1nd better homes for children, as the detention home is crowded. She explained that juvenile protection means doing something for children so there will be no need for a curfew law. Mrs. H. Granada presented the membership report and Mrs. Howard Green, the health report. Mrs. Green said that women are needed to help at clinics. She expressed a hope that there will be a nutritionist at each clinic in the future. Will Sell Rummage to Buy" Defense Stamps Bakersfield Rangerettes are sponsoring a rummage sale today and Saturday in East Bakersfield, proceeds to be used in the purchase of defense stamps, Mrs. Earl Chesmore announced here today. On display at a recent meeting of the organization was the first prize ribbon which the group won at the recent horse show trail ride, Mrs. Charles Baer taking the first prize. It was announced that Mrs. Robert Elliott has been named as chairman for a party at Christmas time, Mrs. William Mooney and Mrs. Frank McLcy tr be in charge. NOW IN CARMEN —Cadet and Mrs. Glenn Siemon are now On a wedding trip to Carmol, after which they will live in San Francisco. Mrs. Siemon, a staff sergeant, marine corps, is the former Miss Isobel Jones. Jones-Siemon Wedding Is Celebrated as Church Rite Wedding vows uniting Miss Isobol Fraser Jones, staff sergeant in the I'nitcd Slates Marine Corps, and Glenn Simon, were recited October 1 at (i:.'!0 p. m. in the sanctuary of First Methodist Church. Mrs. Siemon is the daughter of Percy R. Jones, of Hollis, Long Island, N. Y. The bridegroom is the son of Mayor and Mrs. Alfred Siemon, 2000 Dracena street, a widely known family of tills community. A double riiitf ceremony was per- 'orrned by the Reverend X. A.I "Miristenson, pastor of First Mi-thnd- ! st Church, with the Vn-ide attended | iy Miss Virginia I,re Moore, of San Francisco, maid-of-honor. and the Dridogroom was attended by Lio'iiten- ant Douglas D. Rappley, Visalia. The bride was given in marriage her uncle, Alex S. McFadden. Ushers included Robert C. Gundry, Corporal George Harlow, C. D. T. Norman Christensen and Chief Pharmislist's Mate James Tarpley. Ronald Clark, vocal soloist, sang "Because" and "I Love You Truly," accompanied by Mrs. A. R. Hols- Ington, who also played the wedding marches. A reception nt the Siemon residence fallowed the service and preceded the couple's departure for a trip to Carmel. Mrs. Siemon was assisted by her daughter, Mrs. George McCan: her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Bennett Siemon: her sister-in- law, Mrs. Lida Siemon and Mrs. James Ware in serving, and Mrs. Jones, mother of the bride, in receiving. The couple expect to be at home at 2345 Washington street, San Francisco, October 14. The Siemon home was exquisitely jjridgrRjfeVMDMnsiof A little Va-tro-nol up each nostril effectively and promptly relieves distress of head colds- makes breathing easier ... also helps prevent many colds from developing if used in time. Try it! You'll like it! Follow directions in folder. VICKSVMMMIOL fpniil •nkb-litr Milt lr«* Wtrki Fill Illkl Wlirt Triikl* It! iOJTKURA | SOAP and OINTMENT I For PROMPT RELIEF I I ef externally caused PIMPLES RASNES BLACKHEADS Tips softened for easy removal Cuticura helps clear tip externally caused skin Flemishes. Buy today —economical! Mildly Medicated. decorated with garden flowers, roses in pastel shades predominating. The church alter was appointed with white gladioli nnd potted palms and fern. The ceremony was performed by candlelight. Mrs. Siemon chose as her wedding costume a white lace and net gown made with tight fitting bodice and full skirt. She carried a cascade of gardenias and chose a crown of the same flowers to hold her fingertip length tulle veil to the coiffure. For the maid-of-honor was chosen a blue taffeta and riol frock made similarly, carrying yellow roses and wearing matching flowers in her hair. Both mothers chose gowns of soft blue color and worn corsages of gardenias and yellow roses. For her traveling costume, the bride chose her white dress marine uniform and her husband, who hac been married in his navy dress uniform, changed to the khaki, blue- trimmed uniform of the navy cadet medical student. Mrs. Siemon attended Richmond Hill High School and a Long Islanc business school. Cadet Siemon was graduated from Bakersfield High School and Junior College and Stan ford University. He is a member of Delta Chi and Nu Sigina Nu fra ternities. Out-of-town guests at the wedding included, in addition to the bride's, mother: Messrs, and Mesdames Alex S. McFadden, Los Angeles; Lieuten ant and Mrs. Douglas Rappley, Vi salia; Lieutenant and Mrs. T. Truax Merced, Mr. and Mrs. Don Galbreath Los Angeles, and Corporals Virginia Moore, Polly Durham, and Rowena Spar, all of the marine corps worn en's reserve in San Francisco. Miss Pentzer Is Bride at Navy Wedding in Florida Announcements were in the mails this week revealing the wedding of Miss Shirliann Margaret Pentzer, United States Navy (W. R.) and Edward Swertfager, United States Navy, celebrated at St. Edwards Chapel, naval air station, Jacksonville, Fla., at G p. m. on September 13. A Catholic double ring ceremony was read by the Reverend Father Joseph M. Sullivan,, chaplain, before 100 guests, and a reception and buffet supper for 60 friends, all navy personnel, followed at Windsor hotel, Jacksonville. At the latter a three- tier wedding cake,, baked by navy bakers, and presented to the couple, was served at the dessert hour. Mrs. Richard Hudnall, United States Navy (W. R.) and her husband, who also is with tiie nevy, stood with the couple as matron of honor and best man. Edward Spies, also of the navy, gave the bride in marriage. The bridal chorus from Lohengrin and the Mendelssohn wedding much were played and Gounod's "Ave Maria" was added during the ceremony. The bride chose a white wedding, preferring to doff the uniform of the WAVES for the occasion; she was gowned In a rose pattern marquisette frock, made in draped style, with silk net yoke and sleeves, and worn with rose point veil held by a crown of orange blossoms and braided satin ribbon. Her veil was fingertip in length, scalloped, and appliqued In the rose design. She carried a white prayer book and her WOM Jtahergfitlb Calitornton Fridoy, October 6, 1944 John Zerkles Feted at Golden Anniversary Party Marking the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Icrklp, 1891 Alia Vista Drive, was an open house party for more than 70 friends and relatives, recently at .he Zer-kle home. The couple, having been married near Olney. 111., in 1S94, traveled to California in 1013 and in 1019 they noved to P.akersfield, where they have made their home since. With the refreshments served in the garden, the table was adorned ivith a large cake, decorated with the 50-yenr anniversary congratulations. Assisting Mrs. Zerkle with the entertaining were: Mesdames T. W. O'Mnlley,'Taylor Zerkle, I. E. FikP and Glen Zimmerman. The couple has two children: Mrs. T. W. O'Mallvey, 2114 Monterey street, nnd a son residing in Atasca- dera. They also have nine grandchildren. Guests attending the pnrty were: Messrs, and Mosdames K. M. Runyon, T. W. Wade, W. A. Wharton, Taylor Zerkle, Don S. Rex, E. W. Braddon. Ernest II. Martin, Irvln E. Fike, Clayton Elston, G. Stahl, Glenn Zimmerman, ,1. W. O'Malley, M. F. O'Mnlley. R. E. Gignoux, G. C. Beer, John Hill, William H. Hill, Josh Clarke, E. O. Mitchell: Mes- daiiu's Loon B. Runyon. Tna C. Rim- yon, Bortha Dasch, Rose Zerkle. Nona Johnson, M. F. O'Mullcy and Walter C. King. Others were: Misses .loan Hill, Bessie Seism, Wimita Murray, Evelyn Huffman, Zina Murray, Nora Elston, Mildred Runyon: Mr. Arthur COMPANIONS HALF CENTURY Fifty years of wedded happiness inspired an open house party presided over by Mr. and Mrs. John Zerkle. recently. MALINDA KAY TO APPEARMONDAY BRINGS 156 HATS AND OLD MELODION TO PROGRAM B. Anson, and children Geraldine Wharton, Dennis Wharton, Howard Zerklp, Sara Stahl, Shirley Bell, Don Zimmerman, Shirley Ervin, Loo Fike. Uospva FiU<\ Lelan Stahl, Allen Stahl, Dean Zimmerman, Dcr- !•<-! Zimmerman, Avia Zimmerman, Jeanne Gignoux, Nancy Beer and Twila Hill. Providing a complete departure from nny progi'Min previously held by Bakei'ficld Woman's Club, Malinda Kay, the "lady with the hats," will mode! a Inrue number of her lf>l> specimens of feminine headgear Monday afternoon at the opening program of the 1!M-1 1045 season. In private life Mi.-s Kay is Mrs. Earl Frevort. She will living with her. a im-lo- dioti in:. 1 years "M upon which she plays airs appropriate to the hats which she will model, most of which are antiques. Her apparel on her first appearance weighs 37 pounds by actual weight. Members of die committee who have seen her program have found it entirely delightful. Definitely "escape entertainment," It also provides Information and an authentic peek at forgotten fashions. One brown hpaver. Worn by Mrs. Rockefeller, Is a never-to-be-forgotten hat. and Miss Kay says, ruefully, It did much more for Mrs. Rockefeller than it does for her. Mrs. Harry C. (Jardner will preside over the business meeting and Mrs. John Enston will act as chairman for the. day. Local Soldier Killed in European Theater Technician Fifth Grade Raymond R. Hradshaw. son of Mis. Willie O. ] Bradshaw, Route ~i, Bakersfield. has been killed in action in the European area according to a report by the war department through Associated Press. ;U. B.C. Will Hear Review on Tuesday Mrs. Lafiiyr-ttp Ratios will review Anna and tho King of Siam, by Marparpt T.anik.n, when Mildred L.CO chapter, I'nited Daughters of Confederacy, meets Tuesday at 2 p. m. for its first session this fall. The meotint; will he held at the home of Mrs A. T. Bunch, 552 Boale avenue. Assistant hostess will be Mrs. \V. K. Huaas. Mrs. E. B. Harvey, historiiin for the chapter, will talk on Confederate history and .Mrs. If. K. Flke will provide nniHic. The business hour will Include the making of plans for Increasing the budget f°r aged southern women. Mrs. Charles Modlock will preside. MARY ARDEN t'MT Mury Ardon Oluiptor. Sliakespeare ] Study Club, will meet. Friday at 9 I a. in. at the home of Mrs. D. D. i F.uras, X'~0 I.omita Drive. District Executive to Visit Auxiliary Mrs. Myrt!e Hartline, district president of Veteran•) of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, will arrive from the north today to bo present at tonight's meeting of. ICurold Brown Auxiliary, V. F. W., at 8 p. m. at 7>remorl;il hall Mrs. Lawrence Marstnn, president, i-? requesting members to remember I to bring cedar Ghent donations to I this session. Relief Corps Giving Card Party Series Kifth of a series of six card parties nf Woman's Relief Corps, auxiliary to the Cr.'i.nri Army of thfc Republic, will be held at % p. m. at Memorial hall. Mrs. Emily Roy )g chairman of the event. Five hundred will bo played. Refreshments will he served. flowers were a shower arrcingemen of white gladioli with rosary. Long white kid gloves and heirloom sunburst brooch, and handkerchief com- plete'd the accessories. Mrs. Iludnull was gowned in a. teal blue afternoon dress, and carried a sheaf of coral colored gladioli. During the reception the couple had long distance telephone conversations with their parents. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kllwood Pentzer, 703 Hillcrest Drive. She is a Link instrument instructor at the naval air station. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Frederick Swertfager of Norwich, N. Y. He is a crash boat coxswain with the navy, also with headquarters at the navy air station, Jacksom'ille. The couple is located for the present at Windsor hotel, Jacksonville. Several parties and gift showers have been inspired by the wedding. The bride possesses many friends here, especially in drama circles, the theater having been her major interest. She is an alumna of University of California at Los Angeles. DAUGHTER IN HARI'ER HOME Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Harper, of Union Oil Refinery, announce the birth of a daughter, Patricia Lee Harper, September 16, at Mercy Hospital. The little girl was preceded in the household by a brother, Dennis Ray. The father is a first class petty officer in the United States Navy. TO LOVELINESS Especially processed to give you the perfect wave suitable to Southern California's climate. A lustrous, long-lasting custom* made wave designed exclusively for you. 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Gal SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO 1317 Nineteenth Street Phone 6-650' Comp/imenf-Cofchers in Budget FELTS For Fall Gay link hats that go wifh everything... you've admired the same smart new stylet in far more expensive versions...and here they are in wonderful variety, at an ever-so-little price I Sketched. Flattering frilled pompadour; classic self-flowered bumper beret; dashing nailhead-studded beret. Black, brown, and glowing Fall colors. All headsizes. 1317 Nineteenth Street

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