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

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, October 11, 1944
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APPENINGS ' J L N SOCIETY Layette Shower Mrs. W. F. Allen and Mrs. were hostesses at a layette shower recently at the Allen home, SOG Taft avenue, Oiklale, in honor of Mrs. Everett Walck. During the evening Mildred Allen entertained with an accordion solo. Refreshments were served and the gifts were opened by the guest of honor. Those participating included: Mesdames—. 4 Matilda Sehoenfeld William Coots Beulah Thomas John Abhott John Baldwin Henry Alvea Joe Dunn Cleo Routt Oliver Harmon Joe Robles Frank Richardson Sarah Frank Benjamin Lnwthcr William Winn Jim Bradford Kimber Burk S isan Coots Pete Bo.vd Motldar Knim* Alklni John Hampton Hc-nly Dunn MIPS Ida Abbott Alias Elizabeth Coot* Children— jT«rna Walck Dnrotliy Routt Kenneth Walck "Mildred Allen Edwin Routt Mary Lee Boyd Henry Allen Nancy Jane Rich- Tommy Bo.vd ardnnn Rnnnie Rlrhardarm Recent Bride Feted A shower party was recently held by Mrs. W. D. O'Guinn at 1015 Chester Place in honor of her niece, Mrs. Donald Clayton Hobbs, the rentier Miss Mildred Marie O'Guinn. The young couple were married in September in the Little Chapel of •Sacred Memories by the Reverend Willard J. Rand, Jr. Mrs. Clayton is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. O'Guinn, of 1400 Cheater Place, and the bridegroom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hobbs, 2518 X street. Attending them were MIPS L*a- Watida McBriant and Melton Hobhs. brother of the, bridegroom. The wedding: was attended by members of the two Immediate families only. Following the wedding a dinner was held at Padre hotel in honor of* the couple, airs. Hobbs is a member of Job's Daughters and attended Bakersfield High School as did the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs will make their home in this city. At the shower prizes were won by Mrs. Andrew Heimforth, Mrs. "^"alter Bearing and Miss t»a\Vanda Mc- Briant. The bride was the recipient of many gifts. Those attending in addition to the guest of honor and hostess were: MesOnmes— S. C, Hobbs C. H, O'Guinn Joe Miller AValtor Hearing A. S. Helmforth Mary Ice Karl J. Mintrr Misses— Ethehvyn Robert- Barbara Lee son • IvHlpcr McBrlnnt Louise O'Guinn PEGGY SAGE VICTORIAN ROSE A new polish shade for* a brand-new pick up, a cyclamen red shade delicately blued flattery, light your navy costume. Kimball & Stone THE PARTICULAR DRUGGISTS Eighteenth and Chester Sill Building Bakersfleld autumn bo held • * • Kappa Delta Phi Meet A scavenger hunt was recently held at the home of Mrs. D. A r . Lawson, 2800 Park Way, the event being sponsored by the Kappa Delta Phi -sorority. The evening was climaxed with a spaghetti feed at 11 p. m. The committee members in charge included Mesdames Charles Austin, Charles Zents, George Wynn. and Mrs. Lawson. The tables were at- tratctlvely decorated in colors. The next meeting will Wednesday at the home of Miss Thelma Metcalf. 1^30 Bank street, at which time a bridge party will be held. Special guests included Mesdames Tim Poznoff, Harry Hedland. Gene .Smith, George BIngaman, Robert Uamg, A. C. Balllnger. and Misses Mary Harrington and Lois McCaw. Members are: Jlesdnmes—• Charles Aunt In C. E. ArmlBtead Kenneth Dodenhoff ( • I T"^—_ _ _ *1 || I'.KKPfH Harly Harty Stanley Tluth Walter Jacobaon Clyde Parr Knrl Jensen Duncan .Johnson Fred Kaaline Robert T.ankard Don LawHon G, K. MrCormnc Rosn lincl Parish Kmil Penner IlHe Redfern William Wharton Heorpe Wvnn Jack Smith far-roll Wlllianii liuth Yountf Charles Xeiua Bernice Lanp Thelrna Mclcalf Barbara Shields , • * * At Moss Home The home of Miss Botty Moss. 263 Jefferson street, was the scene of a smart tea, Sunday afternoon, the event being 1 sponsored by Alpha Theta chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpa sorority. The rooms* were cleverly decorated with fall flowers. Mrs, William TH DIFFERENCE DIFFERENCE! MY ONE CREAM INSTANTLY BEAUTIFIES YOUR SKIN THE AND IT! $•• and f«el your skin fa«com« fresher, clearer, younger-textured I DO: » * Esther 4-Purpose Face Cream does wonderful things Then see how that patch of skin gleams with new brightness and clarity! Touch it-feel how the dry little flakes are gone. What happens to that small for your skin. I PROVE it- patch of skin will happen to prove it by means of the "Patch your entire face when you use A— _ •• • - * Lady Esther Face am Test"! Just choose a part of your it does the 4 things your skin face that is too oily, or too dry- needs most for beauty ! (1) It or where you have a few black- thoroughly cleans your skin. heads or big pores. Rub Lady (2) It softens your skin. (3) It helps nature refine the pores. part of your face, and wipe it (4) It leaves a smooth, perfect off. Wipe it off completely. base for powder. Esther Face Cream on that one Make the Tonight 1 You'll never believe the difference a single application of Lady Esther Face Cream can make in the appearance of your skin-until you tee it for yourself. So get a jar and make the "Patch Test" tonight. See living proof that this one cream is all you need for a softer, ther skin-a dazzling-fresh skint "III Moses» accompanied by Miss Frances Embry, sangr, and Mrs. Beverly Moss entertained with several selections at the piano. Those in rharse of arrangements were .Miss Embry, Mrs. Charles Nail and Mifls Betty Moss. Among the gue.«ts attending were: Misses Dorothy Tufts, Mary Alice McKee, Mary Ann North, Jean I-o- rpntzen. Ann Gu'"py. Alice Harrison, Hope Harris. Jeaneito Williamson and Irene Parker and Mrs. Oma Louise MrManus. Members aro; McsOnine?—• Norman Mi-Adams ,i;unes Par Us Willinm Trout. Rilly O .Milnc-r Hcvc-rly Mnew Thnmiis Shnnnan Dar-tol] Mmtonn I'hnrlon Null Nunnelly U*>.i<f.> .Morris William Closes Pnroi hy pin ni;i n I .nis Shjiy 'P .SmiiJi p ThompHon Met t YO A mil nvv.s inr»> AHrich ncrs Kmhiy H va MnrriK Mary Rirr-oniinf Anna Rhuo Smith Ruth Swrtt Pauy Wtmon Rptly To Meet Wednesday Mrs. Rov ArmlsLcad, retiring president of Alpha Zeta Beta sorority, announces that fall plans will bo discussed at *he meeting- to be held Wednesday at 8 p. in. at the home of Mrs. Stanley Alexander, 927 Thirtieth street. Presiding officer at the meeting will he Miss Kay Baker, recently installed president of the sorority. Others who will preside at the meeting aviating Mis.s Baker for the first time include; Mrs. Clay Thompson, vice-presiden : Miss Virginia ronn, recording- secretary; Mrs. Ed Kuehn, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ernest Clements, treasurer; Mrs. Waller Wast-.n. editor and liis- torinn; Miss Kosemnry Lankan, Kuavtl; Mrs. Dewoy Annis, marshal; and Mrs. Ross Wisherd, chaplain. * + * Harmony Circle Mr. and Mis. \V. A. Williams, 2708 Park Way, entertained members of Harmony Circle and their families recently, the evening: being spent playing- cards. A short business session was held by the women, Mrs. Susie Churchwell presiding. The mystery prize of the evening- was awarded to Mrs. Helen Williams. A Dutrh liinrM was served at the close of the evening. Members are: Popular Miss Weds Howard • •*• ****»• c """" 1 "' Russell at Shaf ter Rites KETKOTH.AL TOI-O AT TEA-A la'rRu number of friends learned of the wedding pijuis of Miss (Jeorsina List Carrei-e and Klo Fabbri, when an announcement tea was recently at the home of the elect's parents, Mr. and Gooi-Re A. Carrcre, L' Drive, given bride- Mrs. Cresta 1 Miss Carrere Will Be Holiday Bride Betrothal Is Revealed at Smartly Arranged Event Announcement of plans for a holiday wedding 1 provided the romantic motif at a tea given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. (roorge A. Carrere, i.'S37 La Cresta. Drive, recently where the betrothal of their daughter. Miss Georfffna, Use Carrere, to EIo Ifabbri \vus revealed. Mr. Fabbri is the son of Mr. and Al . . r ; . - „.,, T . ' ft I -" " " 1V - wi iwv-siuuni ur, ui;ai Mrs. Louis Pah n. b.,1 L street, anff. ni;ui wits Lacy Manus, of Oildalr. Of interest tn Incnl friends in tlic I Lolu'Ugrln played nnnomu-i'Mient of the marriage of i the bride's t-it Miss Homa Stone, aitrartive thiugh- tor of ."\!r. antl Mrs. ^\'^<n^s Stone, of Shatter, to Howard *J. Kussrll, pon of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Russell, of JUTi Washington avenue, Oildalc. The young couple, were united in marriage at 4 p. m., October 1, on the spacious luwn at the bride's home, the double ring ceremony being performed by the Reverend K. M". Anderson, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Shutter. More than 150 guests were present to witness the ceremony. The bride. H M a J u m na of Wa sco High School, BaUers-'fieUI Junior College anil the Cniversify of California, Berkeley, was active In campus events. While attending \Vassco High School she served as student body president, editor ol' the yeav- hook and was graduated with magna onni laudc; at the junior college she was editor of the Kenogiule Hip and was graduated as an honor student, and at t'nivcrsity of California, was news editor of the Daily Oil, the campus newspaper; she was graduated from U. C. in February. 1044. The bridegroom was well-known us a basketball and baseball star while attending Bakersfield High High School and junior college*. He enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps in 1942, receiving his com mission as a second lieutenant In June. 1943. In February,' 1944, ho received a medical discharge. For her wedding Mrs. Russell wore a white silk taffeta gown and a finger-lip veil of silk tulle with orange blossom headdress. She carried a bouquet of white orchids, stephanotis. and fern. She was attended by her sister. Mrs. Robert Rorirk, matron of honor, who wore a peacock-blue gown and carried a j boufjuot of yellow rosos. Serving the bridegroom as best the organ by . Walter Bcr- w a >• who on Mis gen. Soloist at the wedding \ViJrnrr HiJdfbr.uid. of Shaffer saui; "(> Proiiii^o -M*- 11 and The bride's mother wore ;\ gray silk crepe frock with a corsage of fuchsia-colored i ns« s while the bridegroom's mother WHS pmvnetl in a navy blue rrepo suit with a corsage of white gladioli. Those who joined Uu> bridal party around the wedding la bio were AIr.«. Kliza J. Stone, pnn>rnal grandmother of the bvitle. and P. J. Bxillrr. maternal grandfather of the bride; Mr. am! Mrs. Woods Stone, and Mr. and Mrn. S. L. Russell, and Mis.s ^Mary Ann IJussell. Among the out-ot'-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. U A. Haycock, of Duarft*: .Mr. an<l Mrs. S. J. Whiting and the Misses Patricia and Virginia Morgan, of Plea sail ton: Miss Mary Ann TUissrll, of Berkeley; Mr. and Mrs. William \\eis and ITnrold and Roseh'U Weir*, of Madera; Glenn Hunter, of Long Meaeh: Mrs. Austin Hunter, of Crescent (7iiy; John Clark, of the !_'niled States Navy at Alainpfla: and [.ieutennnt and Airs. Roh- ] ert Perry of the Tnited States? Army 'Carl Air Corps. ATERNAL Krolhers Nifiht Bukersti^ld Court Xn. 32, Order of Aniaranih. will hold a "brothers night" nineting tmiit:ht rtt. x o'clock at .\fasonic temple, with Mrs. Nellie Kroome. royal rnatrnn. and Ralph Brewer, i-uyal palnm, presiding. To >fppt Thursday Security Chapter N'n. <(2fi. Order of the Knstern Star, will hold initiation of candidates when they meet Thur»lay in the Marine tenlplo at S p. m. Refrpshmonis will be served. Visitors are welcome. Mrs. Frankie Turker. worthy matron, and Oscar Pike, worthy patron, presiding. To Meet Thursday Pacheco' Divi.-iott N"'*. y.'!!*. Ciratid rnternational Auxiliary to the P.roth- erlinod of r^irttinot ive Kngineei's, will hitld its first fall meet ins Thursday nt '2 p. m, in the Knights of Pythias hall. A full attendance is urged. To Hold Pot link Thimble Club of Pythian Sisters will meet I'm 1 a pntluek luncheon Tuesday ai \'2 noon at the home of Mrs. William Renter. Kdi^nn Highway. The afternoon will he spent for the Red Cross.. Mrs. Wv. president, urges all CLUB OBSERVES DAY TWO MEMBERS ADDED TO SOROPTIMIST ROSTER Im nluring a Founders Day program under the direction of Mrs. Mabel the third Soroptomiat Club of the tall was held at 6:45 p. rn., Monday, at Hotel El Tejon. The dinner meeting, which was attended by -0 members, was presided ! over by Mrs. Frank Hornkohl. Mrs. PiUih Lester was initiated !nto tho dim by randleliglit ceremony and MIHS Mary Ellen Hagen, who was unable to attend, will be initiated in r i ! nu-mbors to attend. Tlie early history of the Soropto- mists was related bv Mrs. Dodge, who tolrl of the founding 1 of the club in 1921. Mrs. Dod.ue was introduced by Miss I'rsuia Brunnor. An explanation of the cluh emblem was given by Mrs. Grace Mir ha els for the benefit of new niPMiIwre. The president announced that the next mooting: will be on October 23. tern lor Messrs, and Pounds RPPS Mrstlamrs— sip rnurchwoll Josic Pryor K. A. York U'. ,\. Williams I.PIUI Y\f r<r My i I Mr. Carl Chun-hwpll Miss lla Pipkin to Wed Private Calkins Announcement of the engafirement of Miss Jla Pipkin to Private First Class Calkins was made Monday at a party for the bride-elect at the homo of Miss Georgia Kagen. 1'825 Park \\ny. The betrothed is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Pipkin, 4L'7 Frances street, and her fiance. \vho is stationed with the marines in Chicago, I)!., is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Calkins, 1332 Eighteenth street. Both young- people were educated in Bakersfield schools, having- attended Bakersficld High School and Junior College. Combined with the party invitations was the engagement imnnmu'e- nient. No date has been set for the ceremony. Those present besides the honoree and hostess were Mrsdnnirs George Ragen, Thomas pipkin: Misses Betsy Young, Krtthryn Taylor, Phyllis White, Floy Stockton, Gladys Pruitt, Irmajean Thompson, Dorothy Morgan, Dorothy "Diebel. Maxine Me- Clain, Carol Monrop, Clara 7-.OU Hunt, Mnrgaret Moran. Wilma Foeltx, Opal Swetnan, Kenee Keetch, Connie MacDnnald and Karen Sugen. P. T. A. MEETING HELD Franklin teachers and P. T. A. committee chairmen and room mothers recently enjoyed a tea given b.v the executive board at the home of the president, Mrs. R. E. McCarthy, 3011 Twentieth street. Mrs. Alfred Ames, social chairman, was in charge of arrangements. is a native son of this city. Both young people were educated in local schools. Miss Carrere has been a dental assistant for two years and her fiance a rancher in the Delano district. Miss Carrere, a native daughter of the valley, having been born in Fresno, has lived in Bakersfield most of her life and is a member of AmoiseHes Club and other social groups. Covered with a hand-made lace cloth the tea table was appointed with crystal and silver and had as its centerpiece a bowl of double pink hibiscus, illuminated with white tapers in crystal holders. The engagement news was contained on parchment scrolls, distributed with white heart-shaped cukes, adorned with pink rosebuds. A permanent souvenir of the occasion was made by Mrs. Alary Askins. of Taft, in the form of moving pictures. Mrs. Norma McMahan presided over a guest book and Mrs. Robley Miller and Mrs. Lester E. Alayes poured. Mrs. Carrere Was assisted by her daughter Mrs. William E. Percel, and.Mrs. Carrol Hatch. Those participating were: Mesdames Louis Fatari, Leo Fabri, Elmer Martin, J H. Mauer, R. E, Ashe, Robley Miller, Charlotte Yearick, Carroll Hatch, L. E. Ma yes, Helen Faunt I-e Roy, Ray Carlisle, F. O. Knoblock, D. F. Cralb, E. L. McChire, Carl Jfoff, Helen Twadell, Grant Clayton. Maxine Clayton, Jim Tyack, Jack Hackeit, Jr.. Ray Meagher, Wayne Wallace, Mary Askins, Taft; Ralph Cook. Glendale, and Grace Hawkins, George Pruett, Lise Williams, Harry Tibbett and Ruth Cooledge, all of Los Angeles, and Mesclames Nellie Coffee, Edith Abbott. Tena Lewis. Clinton A. Fowler, Emma Barrett and George Skinner. Others were Misses Joanne Hale, Joanne Ash, Norma McMahan, Pat Van Meter. Glena Aldrich, Jeanne Condley, Betty McClain, Jeanne Adams. Glanu, Marian Gardner, Betty Gardner, Pat Jones, Margaret Itearfion. Patsy Hlgglns, Sybil Dewey, Edith Kirkland, Jeanne Cook of Glendale and EIna Messer and Martha Ha\vl\ins of Los Angeles. with Walter Bergen, Paul Wicbe, and Richard Bullor as ushers. The bride entered tlie arranged aisle on the arm of her father to the strains of the bridal chorus from SNOWY WHITE Blouses, collars and dickies emerge snowy white even from the wash- howl when you dissolve bluing Hakes with soap suds. Any specially soiled parts should be rubbed with thick i suds applied with a soft brush. Deodo Safely help Does stop perspiration aniiscpt' used American Launder harm Guarantied b Howeketpinf DIODOlANT THI LARGEST SILLINO See pur dramatic collection of FINE FUR COATS '' , '^''^v:>.-:itf&- •^^^^W^v-V.'f , ' '"•$$&• '::•.''•-*$£*••''•• •-.-: ' '" • .;-^Iv--: -fifV:•••,..:.•• • / • . , Eastern's suit I success deserved through knowing fabric choice ing, . . tailor- specifics- tions, styling, fit and findings. Styles Mannish or soft cardigan or collared thoughts... dressmaker, classic and modified versions. Companionettc Suggestioi Fur neckpieces .. . costume jewelry . . . bags .. . hosiery.. blouses sweaters . . . intimate items. From Forslmans, Botany, Pacific ri and Men's Wear mills shct- lands, charmecn, gabardine, twill, tweed, flannel and covert. In many instances, matching or blending top coats to complement ...for such beautiful and satisfying footwear, so reasonably priced? Dressy modes in smart suedes and polished leathers, black or brown, in sizes to 10* widths to C *4.45 1431 Nineteenth Street NO Mill 0*0**S ASH ARG OR INSTALLMENT SIZES 10 to 46 SIZES 16 y t to 28 Prices rrom 1529 Nineteenth Street

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