The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 11, 1944 · Page 6
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5 Wednesday, October 11, 1944 (Ehe jBaherctfielb California!! MAYBE YOU'VE HAD TO WAIT FOR YOUR SIZE IN THE I.MILLER SHOE YOU WANT. WE ARE SORRY THAT WE CAN'T ALWAYS HAVE WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT. YOUR PATIENCE WILL BE REWARDED. HOWEVER, FOR WE GET CONSISTENT SHIPMENTS FROM THE I.MILLER FACTORY ... AND YOU CAN HAVE YOUR FEET AND I.MILLER SHOES ft BACK IN STRIDE AGAIN. I.Miller • We prefer your charge account • SHOE SALON Eighteenth and H Streets Opposite Padre Hotel Dinner Dance Is Held for Group Home From Mexico EXCHANGE VOWS—Miss Shlrliann Pentzer of the WAVES and Edward Swertfager, also of the United States Navy, were united in marriage at St. Edward's Chapel, naval air stntiion, Jacksonville, Fla., September 30. They are pictured here before Chaplain J. M. Sullivan, Catholic pastor. The young people are residing in Jacksonville where both are stationed at present. Mrs. Swertl'ager is the daughter of Mr. and Airs. Robert E. I'cntxer, 7o:t llillcrest Drive. Art Section wn Have Tea Friday Art section o| llakersficld Woman's Club will entertain at a lea Friday from 1 to "> p. m. at Art Association sludio in ill" Stoner Mnililini; in con neciion with an exhibit of water colors by Alexandra liradshnw. .Mrs. .1. R. Kllr-rcl is art section chairman and Mrs. Ogdeu AlhiMis. co-chairman. Members of Bakerst'ield ; Woman's Club and of Kern County i Federated clubs are cordially invited, j Chest Colds UICKS WYAPORUB To Relieve Misery Rub on Tested Christian Church Circles Meeting Thursday will be circle day for Hie First Christian Church with I,\ilia Circle meeting ai '- p. m. at the home of Dr. (nna Klopp, IL'u-l Monterey street. Mrs. (Trover Slide- ki'lford will preside. The home of Mrs. Charles Moore, LM01 Hark \\'ay, will be the scene of the Esther Circle meeting at _' p. m., and presided over by Mrs. \\'. 11. Kennedy while Naomi Circle will meet with Mrs. C. S. Morley. 150S Quiney street. Mrs. Rose Woolen will be the presiding officer. The Christian Church will be the meeting place of Ruth Circle. Mrs. James Perry, presiding officer, while Mrs. Norma Brookes, 2601 Lomita Verde street, opens her homo for the Mary Circle meeting. Conducting the meeting will be Mrs. Paul Jeske. Palm room of Bakersfield Inn was the setting for a recent dinner dance ! given in honor of Mrs. Horace O. Tillyer, Miss Sally Rodriguez, Miss Marie Antoinette Rodriguez. Hugh Lowery and William L,ee, returning visitors from Mexico, by attendants and friends of the information canter for Mexican nationals. The honor guests had attended opening of the Mexican Congress in Mexico City in .September. The tables, decorated with white candles and flora, native to the tropical growth spreading north from Mazatlan on the Pacific coast, were laid for 70 guests. After the wel- j come address given by Senor Rafael I Mortec Diego, short talks bringing greetings from loved ones and mes- sagv:; from friends in Mexico were given by Mrs. Tillyer, the Misses Rodriguez, Mr Lowery and Air. Lee. Father Joseph Losada spoke briefly on the culture of Mexico and interpreted to Spanish-speaking guests the messages brought to them from their homeland Those in charge of the affair were Mrs Rose Ward, chairman- Mrs. Es- perarza Hernandez, Miss Socorro M minK. Mrs. Leona Rundstrom, Miss Uelfina Andrada. Much pleasure was added by Trouvadores de Mexico guitar and vocal entertainers from the center. Musio for dancing was furnished by Miss Opal Haley. David Rivera and Madelyn Cruz. AlisK Delfina Andrada served as mistress of ceremonies. At Congress Mrs. Tiliyer and the Rodriguez girls represented the International Council, ot which the former is president. :'iid William I.ee and Hugh Lowery represented the Inter-Racial Creative Arts Fellowship: Mr. Lowery i.s '.he president of this group. They were graciously received by government officials and Riven many opporlvnji.jes to visit and acquaint themselves, with Interesting asppc'.s of Mexican governmental and civilian life. Workers in the information ceil- I tcr for Mexican nationals found their ! efforts unique among Mexican nationals in the t.'nited States and workers on American railroads and in agriculture. Many expressions of ; appreciation were heard in behalf of the courtesies shown the Mexican Braeeros of Bakersfield During their stay in Mexico, vis- , itors from Bakersfield received calls . from former workers in Kern county and visited in the homes of many. Among the homes of Mexicans now working here visited b> Mrs. Tillyer and the Rodriguez misses were those of Senors (.iuadalupi? Fonseca, Pedro -'alderas, Jose Novoa, Ricardo Burguet, J. Gomez Trejo, Ralac! Angel Olvera Sandoval, and Juan and Pedro Rameriz Osornio An.rng the guests present at the dinner were Joe Sandoval. Betty Lou '.: geies, Tlmoteo Barrios Garcia, Pedro Pedrosa Pedro Sanchez. Gilberto Vasquez, Flcrencia Roman. Guadalupe Flores. Raul Arteaga, Charles V. Collesano, Juan Ramirez, Rafaei Morteo Diego, Lupe Valenzuela, Emily Gallarudo, Lucia Oaxaca, Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Sanchez, Roberto Gonzalez. Gloria Duran, Amalia Martinez, Juan Flores, Pedro Hernandez, Juan Baron, Joe Ram!- ivz, Jose Orozco Guadalupe Fonseca. Emily Gutierut-z, Madelyn Cluz, and Soeorro Munoz Also present were, Delfina Andrada, Marie Archibe, Mrs Tillyer, William Lee, Hugh Lowery. Marie llodi igtuv. Sally Rodriguez, Mrs. II. Hernandez., Rosalinda Munoz, Roberto Rivera. Barbara Johnston, net!;- Sales. Ester Angeles. Andres A. Osnaya, Miguel Salas, Evelina Rodriguez, Leona Run Istrom, Rodolto Rivera, Sylvia Valenzuela. David "live.ra, Opal Haley, Solcdad Gallardo, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Dorris, Guillemo R. Luna. Luis Avila, Jose M. He-mandez, Deciderie G. Ortiz, Nicaies Bravo, Mr. and .Mrs. K. Kan, Rose P. Ward and others Camp Fire Council to Train Leaders Believing thai trained Volunteer : Icaderhip is a fir«i requisite in pirls' j work, the Hakei • ricld Council of i Camp Fire '.lirl.s is offering a lead; ersliip training i.onrse for Blue Bird. : ('amp Fin 1 , and llori/.i.n Club lead- i ITS. These courses, under lliu supervision of .Mrs. Rutli I'awson, oxeccutive secretary, are to be given once a month. Anyone interested 'should rail headquarters, 3-1053 for further in forma lion. Recently 18 Canif Fire girl leaders attended the training course held in the office. Mrs. Rosenthal to Be Tea Honor Guest Mrs. Benjamin Rosonthal, president of District No. <1 "f B'n«i B'rith AVnnien, will foe the Imnnr Kiieft nt a tt-'ti to In? Riven by tlio RnkerHlioM B'nai B'ritli tills evp- nino at. the B'nai Jacob hall, it was annouiK'i'il tndaj. Airs. JVispntliMl is one of the two wriiiion cketeil In the LIPS Angeles ehiipter to attend the American Jewish Congress. Slip is also director of Jewish Coniniunlties Center Association muJ a former director of Ix)s Anpeles Conrnnnity Council. At present the honoree is serving on a camp committee of the Y. \V. C. A. Do You Suffer? from imliKratinii. <li/.7.lnf*s. heiiiliiHi?*. coiiNtiiiHtinn. rulitin, nriirititi, mi* nnil *onr Ntnniurh and tlmt all-in tin'rt fed- iiiB? Thi-n M Mar-Vo-Alcl aid j-mi. A mcmllr* Minnl.v for $5.00. Snlil llirrrt. Itrlii'f or monpv hark. \Vrilc I oil n .v, I'. O. llov 371, llnkrrHfirli!. Calif. Barn Dance Slated ' for Fridaj^Night - A lai'Ki 1 crowd is anticipated nt the barn fiance to be held l^v the Xalive Jjiiiig'htC'is and Native Sons Friday, the proi eeds H"ins to aid the liomeh'ss children and for the anti-Japanese campaign. Tlio dance will be held at Jean's tanial<> cafe, located -south of Oreenfield on Gulden State Highway. Music frr the event will be furnished by Bob Ptauffer's orchestra, the public Is invited. Jlrs. Charles Kollenborn and Mrs. William G. T!ea, Jr., are in charge of the Daughters and chairman for the Native Sons is William O. Rea. NERVOUS RESTLESS On "CERTAIN DAYS" Of Thi Month? Do functional periodic disturbances make you (eel nervous, fidgety, cranky. Irritable, a bit blue, tired, and "dragged out"—at such times? Then Btart at once — try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Plnkham's Compound is famous not only to relieve monthly pain but also accompanying weak, tired, nervous, restless feelings of this natuiie. 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I'ent/.er Announces the Class in Ballroom Dancing (Teen ARC niul High School) Will Begin Thursday, October 12 8 to 9 P. M. Adult Classes From 9:15 to 10:15 P. M. Miss Maidic du Fresne, Instructress Kpffistratlon This Lreiiing, 8 to 9 Fall Course, 10 Lessons, $10 Woman's Club Building 1806 D Street Phone 2-6713 LET "Things Worth While" Brighten Your Life KPMC at 3:30 P. M. LET IVERS FURNITURE COMPANY Brighten Your Home Th« Name Qiralitr, Btrlr ini BMiitjr In Furniture 625 Nineteenth Street Phone, 4-4711 GET YOUR TICKETS NOW! EZIO PINZA IN PERSON Fox Theater—Thursday, 8 P. M. Seats, $3 Including Tax—at Tracy's Music Store

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