The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 11, 1944 · Page 7
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 7

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, October 11, 1944
Page 7
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District Endorses Member for Board Club Commends Miss Brey for Women's Prison Work Endorsement of Miss Frances Marie Brey of Porterville, junior past president of California Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs as a member of the Tehachapl Women's Prison Board was one of the matters of business consummated during the week-end, when central district of the federation convened in Fresno. Miss Thelma Mattison of Taft presided. Among Bakersfield members participating during the two-day gathering were Miss Dorothy Donuhoe, program co-ordlnator, who conducted a forum period on program planning, and Miss Ilene Dennen who presided as mistress of ceremonies at a banquet Saturday night, both at California hotel, Fresno. Others attending from here were Mrs. George Hamilton, president, Mrs. Johnnie Warren, and Mrs. I'earl Braden. Next" event for the local club is a dinner meeting Monday nighjt with Dr. Richard Lowenburg, psychia trist and Thomas Werdel as speak ers at 7 p. m. at Hotel El Tejon. Mrs. Hamilton will preside. Past presidents of Bakersfield club journeyed to the home of Mrs. T. V. Little In Shatter Monday night for a buffet supper and social evening. Mr. and Mrs. Little, whose rock and Bern collecting Is more than a hobby, ehowed specimens to the Sempei Duces club members, and explained many geology points of popular Interest. Attending were Afosdames Lorena Robertson, Mildred DeBolt LHlian Beardsley, Effle Karris, Em Jnett Henley, and Miss Monte Bed 'Well, Dorothy Donahoe and Ilene Dennen. Race-Clanin Engagement Is Revealed in Clever Manner Announcement of the engagement if Miss Marjorie Race, the daughter if Mr. and Mrs. James Race, of Ardslev, Pa., and William B. Clanin, on of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Clanin, 328 G street, came as a complete urprise to their friends recently. The first announcement came at a dinner party given for the family and relatives at an inn near Ardsley at 6 p. m., and upon returning home at 8 p. m., the young people were ;reeted by 24 friends who had been nvlted to a party for the evening. The house was beautifully decorated with roses, gladioli, and chrysanthemums and an open fire was alight In the living room fire- iluce. At refreshment time the guests were anked to make a large circle :o play "Whispering Down the L.ane." "Have you hoard tlie news" was whispered down the line of participants until it came to Mrs. Race ivho announced, "Have, you heard the news? Marjorie and Bill are engaged!" The dining room was decorated with pastel colored asters and chrysanthemums in a crystal bowl on cut crystal reflectors with white candles on each side. The table was centered with a turquoise porcelain bowl of asters lighted by white tapers In porcelain candlesticks. Miss Race wore a sheer gray wool and velvet dress and her only ornament was a pair of antique silver earrings and a corsage of pink sweetheart roses. She Is a popular member of the younger set in Ardsley and her major In school is music. She belongs to a number of musical organizations and is an active member of the Presbyterian Church. She was recently elected to the Internes Society, composed of young women with outstanding grades and definite contributions to school life. BRIDE-ELECT—The betrothal ot Miss Marjorie Race, of Ardsley, Pa., to William B. Clanin, of this city, was revealed here today. Both young people are active in school and church circles. No wedding date has been set as yet. Her fiance was graduated from Bakersfield High School with the class of 3939 and attended Bakersfield Junior College, Redlands University and was graduated from Fresno State. He received his commission in the marines at Quantico in December, 1943, and entered Temple Seminary, Philadelphia, Jn the spring of 1944. His parents are well known In Bakersfield in church and civic circles. No definite date has been set for the wedding, plans being to finish school before being married. Miss Richaud to Wed Minter Field Sjoldier Miss Clarisse Kiriiaud, bride-elect of Sergeant Tony KscHliar, was the honoree at a miscellaneous shower recently at the Stage Door Dunce Studio, the event being hostessed by Mrs. Robert Sisson, tlie former Miss Johnnie McEuon, proprietor. The couple will wed October 21 in St. Joseph Church at 10 a. in. Miss Richaud is an alumna of East Bakersfield High School, where she served as one of the majorettes as well as being active in the Neuman Club there. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emile Richaud, 2C14 Niles street Her fiance IK a sergeant at Minter Field and Is the son of Mrs. Rose j Duarte, of Atwater. Games were i played at the pnrty,,and refreshments j were served to. Mesdames Emilo Riuliaud, N. Lindstrom, Jnck Hose, Jack Grafton. J.. Roux, Clark Sjs- son, William Ridgoway, F. Ulzerath, U. S. Ponton, Glotin Wallace, Harry Simpson, J. Forgues, Curl Longucre, Stanley Nevis, Harold Gunning. Harold Taber, John Young, Don Irwin. I Earl Cotten, Otto Galey, Clarabelle j Ingram, J. McCarthy, John McEuen 1 and Misses Barbara Wallace, Cappy j Forgues, Delia Forgues, Patricia I Roux, Marie Roux, Sherrie Roux, i Mary Aubin, Joy Ncwis, Jo Ridge- j way, Bernlce Lynn, Barbara Kaiser : and Veora Rush. tCfje PafeerSfielb Califontten Wednesday, October 11, 1944- 7 All-Day Sewing Meet to Be Held in Church Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Mt. View Community Church will hold an all-day sewing meeting Thursday at the church, Mrs. Ray Cunning, president, announced. Plans will also bo discussed for the bazaar to be held November 10. A potluck luncheon will be served at 12 noon. RtJMMAGE SALE Ladies of Bakersfield Court Xo. 32, Order of Amaranth, are making plans for a large rummage sale Friday, December 8, at Masonic temple. Booths are being arranged under the direction of Mrs. Viola Broce, chairman. Handmade infants' wear and useful household articles will be featured at the sale and a chicken dinner will be served, beginning at 5:30 o'clock. The public is invited. Barbecue Held by Park, Street Dept. Employes Kern River Park was the scene of a barbecue recently, the event being sponsored for employes of the street and park departments and their families and friends. An address was given during the afternoon by Henry Pinkney, veteran street department employe. Baseball and other games were played. A bounteous meal was prepared by G. Valenzuela and Manuel Esca- mllle, chef.s, and their assistants. McFARLAND ASSEMBLY McFarland High School's student body and faculty were recipients of. a musical assembly program recently when Ward Baker, composer and publisher, presented several of his piano and violin compositions. The public was invited and the program was well received, Principal L,. A. Wiemers reported. Pythian Sisters Will Meet in Hall Thursday Mrs. C. B. Waters will be hostess for the evening when Pythian Sis] ters of Sunset Temple meet Thurs! day at 8 p. m. in the I. O. O. F. hall. i The group recently served refreshments at the L'SO hull, according to i Mrs. E. E, Johnson, most excellent hief. Visiting sisters are welcome at the Thursday night meeting. .MAKE TOMATO SAUCE Some home-canned tomato puree or concentrated sieved tomato) on ho pantry shelf will come in handy his winter to serv\s as tomato sauce or spaghetti platters, hamburgers, meat Joaf and other chopped meat dishes. — Photo by Id-own TO \VKI) SERGEANT—Miss Clarisse Rlclmud, popular Enst Bakersfield majorette, will wed Sergeant Tony Esi-al>:ir, October 21, in the St. Joseph Church. Sergeant Escabar is at Minter Field. ONIONS FOR SLICING The large, mild-flavored sweet Spanish onions, the kind grown in the western states where production is greatest this year, are particularly good for slicing with hamburgers or salads, the United States Department of Agriculture suggests. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender. Inflamed bronchial mucous mem* branes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Couths, Chest Colds, Bronchi ft Fake jewels and hand embroidery poised high and brilliantly against the slim dark beauty of this unruffled mock tunic sheath. ... A ravishing rayon crepe at any hour of the afternoon, or after 5 ... • We prefer your charge account Eighteenth and H Streets Opposite Padre Hotel NOW, YOUR ONE-STOP SHOPPING STORE SHECr/ 0/vs DUR C At Sears you can purchase almost every necessity for yourself, family, car and home on one shopping trip! If you don't find all the articles you want in our retail stocks, chances are you'll find them in our new fall and winter catalog. One- stop shopping at Sears saves time, money, critical gasoline and- tires. So, shop Sears and TOWEL MILL ENDS save! ,— IMTTHMV . I ON PURCHASES / I TOTAUNO 10 Q« MOM / A special purchase was made from a famous manufacturer of fine Turkish towels to bring you these exceptional values. All arc mill ends with irregularities in weaving or design. Soft! Absorbent! Most of them are white. Special Offering GROUP I HAND TOWELS . . . Average size 18x36 inches. Featured at 29 GROUP II BATH TOWELS . . . Average size 18x36 inches. Values at 39 GROUP III BATH TOWELS . . . Average size 22x44 inches. Savings at 69 SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO Phone 6-6501 SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO 1317 Nineteenth Street Open Tomorrow ANN'S DO-NUT SHOP ALL KINDS ALL FRESH See them made in ihe window—try them while hot with a good cup of coffee. Take home a dozen and give the family a treat. Delicious cake doughnuts with chocolate, maple, powdered sugar, nut or just plain. ANN'S DO-NUT SHOP 1001 Nineteenth Street—Corner O Phone 2-9622 1317 Nineteenth Street as seen in VOGUE, $45.00 Shown Exclusively at Bakersfield 1823 Chester Avenue

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