The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 12, 1944 · Page 11
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 11

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, October 12, 1944
Page 11
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Miss Wilkinson to Speak for Group MisHourt Club will meet nt the home of Mrs. Pearl "Wilson, 2420 G street, Fridiiy evening at 7:30 p. in., nt which time Miss Dorothy WilUiri- con, demonstration agent for Kern county will give a demonstration of correct shoes and care of the feet. Each member is requested to bring R pair of her typical "every day" footwear for analysis. Mrs. M. G. Clears will conduct a business meet- Ing. "Missouri Janes" or mystery Bisters will be revealed. • AT GOLDEN WEDDING r At a recent celebration marking fifty years of married life for Mr. a»d Mrs. John Zerkle, i!S91 Alta ,Vista Drive, several persons were present who attended the original •wedding, near Olney, 111. The cvfiit liacl been a double wedding, two sisters having married two cousins. Sharing both events fifty years Apart were Mrs. Ernie Martin, Mrs. rienry^ Dasch, Zina Murry, Mrs. Pearl "Johnson, Mrs. F. W. AVade nnd Mrs. Rose Zerkle. Mrs. Rose Eerkle, widow of Kenneth Zerkle, was the other bride of half a century ftgo, a,nd Mrs. AVade is a sister of Mrs. John Xerkle and Mrs. Hose fcorkle. TO EASE MISERY OF CHILD'S COLD RUB ON WICKS > TVAPORUB Jaycee Honor Group to Hold Initiation Miss Baldwin Will Preside Over Thursday Ceremony • Xe'w members of Public Relations Council, honor publicity group of Bakersfield Junior College, will be Initiated into the club on Thursday evening, October 19, according to Miss Barbara Baldwin, president of the organization. At 6:30 p. in. members and initiates will gather in Ludden Hail bungalow for a politick dinner, to be followed by games. The prospective members will have charge of the first part of the program. At 8 o'clock, the old members will take over the meeting with an impressive candle-lighting ceremony of initiation. Miss Ruth Duncan, chairman of the games committee, is aided by ' Misses Patricia Blanchard and Joyce Rowland. The foods committee, in charge of Miss Phyllis AVhite. includes Misses Muriel Kirkham nnd Dorothee Diehel. The cleanup committee is composed of Miss Patricia Moore, chairman, and Miss Kathryn Taylor and Norine Fidler. Misses Fay MeCannon, Betty Jean Frank, and Margaret Carlton are in charge of arrangements for the initiation. Members also includeed in the organization are Misses June Hunter, Barbara Baldwin. Mildred Bailey, and Marjorie Fagan. Miss Bailey Is secretary-treasurer for the group and Miss Frank is historian. Adviser- for the council is Mrs. Kd- ward AA'est, director of publications for the junior college. Man-Tailored Favorite Tailored JACKETS Club collar or Cardigan stylos of colorful, longwearing wools, bixUirt's. Cut for Active Grace Colorful SKIRTS 98 '3' Box-pleated, gored, trouser sitched styles of soft, warm woolens. Solids. Add a Bright Note With Warm SWEATERS 98 $ 3' Kitten-soft wool cardigans niul slipovers with pushup sleeves. Bright tones. * Classic-Iy Tailored Rayon BLOUSES 98 Yoke hnc-k. long or short sleeve styles in washable rayon crepe. White, colors. \\\ & COMBINED OPERATIONS... FOR YOUR FASHION CAMPAIGN Warm and Colorful SWEATERS $3.7 Breeze-soft wools and mixtures in lively colors. Classic cardigan and slipover styles. Teen-Age Favorites! SKIRTS . . . Action-pleated, gracefully gored styles of wool or mixtures in bright solids. 7-14. CHAIRMEN—Mrs. AV. B. Fote and A. T. Borges, chairmen, announce that plans are complete for the eighth annual pioneer tea. to be sponsored jointly by Xative Sons and Xative Daughters Sunday. The event will be held at 2 p. m. in the Bakersfield Woman's Club, Eighth Pioneer Tea Slated for Sunday Plans are now complete for the eighth annual pioneer tea to be held by the Native Daughters and Native Sons of the Golden AVest Sunday. The event will be hold in the Bakersfield AYoman's Club from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. with Mrs. AV. B. Fote and Tony Borges in charge. Honor guests during the day will be those who have been here iJO years or longer. As part of the entertainment Native Daughters victory escort and drill team comprised of 24 members attired in colorful gowns, will present a drill. A musical program and dancing will be held during the latter part of the evening. A dedication Inscribed on invitations to the pioneers of Kern county by the two parlors is as follows: "\A r o of today, the descendants and heirs of the old pioneers who stand amidst our noble heritage, surrounded by that wonderous metal for which you have toiled, transmuted by the years into golden grain and golden sunshine, into golden fruit and golden poppied hills, we know, we understand, and bow our heads in gratitude. "We, therefore, would feel honored to have you .loin with us as we remind ourselves of the heritage left by these wonderful builders of a wonderous state. Corne and share the fun and festivity of another yearly event." JUNIOR COLLEGE PLANS CARNIVAL EVENT TO FEATURE DANCE, SPAGHETTI FEED, BOOTHS Vood. music ami fun havp bfpn promised to members uf tbo Makers- field Junior College .".nil guesls who attend a student body carnival dance Saturday night. Preceding the carnival and dance to be held on the tennis courts, the Associated AVomen Students will give a spaghetti feed in the cafeteria at 11:30 p. m. Carnival booths set up on the tennis courts will be open from 8 to !>::!0 p. m. Student organizations will have charge 'of the various booths including candied pop corn balls. Student Christian Association, fortune telling. Alpha. Gamma Sigma: fishing. State Collegians; roulette wheel. 1.,,'ioce and Shield and Renegade Knights: bowling. Howling Club: penny pitch, French Club; pictures, Camera Club; penny pitch, Kngi- neers Club. Other booths that will be open are dart throwing with Miss Bonnie AVingcr and I^ounie 1'athe in charge: war bonds and stamps. Miss llaxel Tarlar; duck throwing, Miss Joy Young; penny pitching, Miss Sybil Dcwey: fortune telling. Miss Buella Bond; ice cream and popped corn, Miss Bonnie AVingor. Special feature of the carnival will be the sideshows. Miss TvOis Hanawalt, first vice- president of junior college student body, is general chairman of the affair. Committees working under Miss Hanawalt include the carnival committee with Miss Barbara Baldwin, chairman, Lonnie Pathe, the Misses Betty Krauter, Bonnie AA'in- ger, Joy Young, and Sybil Dewey: the sideshow committee with Miss June Hunter, chairman. Frank Rosenlieb, and the Misses Julia Anderson, Mary Gombos, and Peggy Poof, with Miss Renee Keetch teete: Miss Ruth Duncan, chairman assisting. Miss Fay MeCannon is in charge of securing an orchestra and the cokes. Invited guests include Dr. and Mrs. T. I,. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. \.. AY. Hedge and members of the junior college faculty. *afetrsfirlb Californten Thursday, October 12, 1944 ] ] Miss DuFresne Is. 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