The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 12, 1944 · Page 13
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Drama Unit for USO Will Be Formed; Dance Slated Dorothy McAdam, assistant director, announced here today that a dramatic group is being formed to prepare radio skits for the Saturday night USO shows. All junior hostesses, army wives, and servicemen interested are welcome. The class %vill be coached by Alan LeVine, of KERN. It was also revealed that the dance to be held in the hall Saturday evening is being sponsored by Lockheed employes; a Halloween theme will be used in the decorations. Special entertainment is being provided for the, party and prizes will be awarded. Refreshments will be served throughput the evening. .^According to Miss McAdam, there IS a: need for daytime volunteers at the hall and anyone wishing to help should call the USO, 6-5079. As a new feature of the local quarters", a kitchenette is now available for army wives'use. The wives may come in the new addition at any time- to prepare lunches for their, husbands as well as themselves. The third weekly stage show will he held this Sunday, with the students of Johnnie McEuen's Stage Door Studio as entertainers- in addition to junior hostesses and G. I. talent. The Junior Red Cross was In charge of the variety show last Sunday, entertaining with song, dance, and magic acts. Community singing was led by Miss Alma Walker with Mrs. Al Ulman at the piano. ODDS STUDY NEW YORK, Oct. 12. (^—Students are busy rolling dice these days at City College of New York without the faculty getting concerned over it. The dice are being used in a course of advanced statistics. SOLDIERS VOTE LONDON, Oct. 12. Uf)—A United States Army spokesman reported today a step-up this week in soldier voting in Britain. The deadline for use of the federal ballot is Sunday. Appetite-coaxing "Shreddies"! A new flavor — nut-like and delicious. Spoon-size bucuits made of 100% natural whole wheat. KBBl Babd by Nabisco... ^_ |gggj National Biscuit Company GUU£1 Shreddies redded Wheat Bakeries at Niagara Falls —Photo by Edwards BETROTHED—Miss Ila Pipkin, whose engagement to Private First Class Ernest Calkins was announced recently at a party for the bride-elect. Miss Pipkin is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Pipkin, 427 Frances street, Bakersfield. Stamp to Observe ••-, Movie Anniversary ^ WASHINGTON, Oct. 12. (UP.)—A new 3-cent stamp, commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of motion pictures, will be issued at the end of the month, according to Postmaster General Frank C. Walker. The stamp, depicting a motion picture being shown to a G. I. audience in the south Pacific, will have its "premiere" October 31 in Hollywood and New York City. Collector* wanting first-day covers may send up to 10 self-addressed envelopes to the postmasters at Los Angeles 52, Calif, or New York 1, N. Y., Walker said. TO BE AVAILABLE A. A. U, W. TO ESTABLISH BUREAU THIS AUTUMN Mrs. Stella Tingr, legislative chairman of Bakorsfield Branch, American Association of University Women, recently called a meeting at her homo, 2128 Twenty-first street, at the suggestion of the state legislative chairman, Mrs. \Villard K. •Peterson, for the purpose of making plans for the study of legislative measures and to provide for ways and means of disseminating such information among the membership. To this end a legislative committee, was formed and plans were made for the year's work. The committee is to serve as a bureau of information, collecting all information and materials possible and making them available to any study sections or groups who may desire sucli materials. Members of the newly formed legislative committee are Miss .Irma .Weill, branch chairman of social studies; Miss Valentine Valena, branch chairman of education; Miss Barbara Warren, branch chairman of international relations; Mrs. H. V. IJodd, state chairman of education; Miss Eleanor Wilson, member state committee on social studies; Mrs. Robert L. Shreve, branch chairman of the economic and legal status of women, and Mrs. Stella Ting, branch chairman of legislation. The committee plans on working closely with the League of Women Voters throughout the. year. The league's legislative chairman, Mrs. S. I;. Alpaugh, has offered legislative information and speakers whenever the university women desire them. A. A. U, W. members have been invited by the League of Women Voters to attend a candidates' meeting on November 3 in the board room. FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY O O § Meat Department FULL LINE OF FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS CHRIS and JACK QUALITY VEGETABLES On Display! and Ready for Your Early Mailing Christmas Troo Ornaments, Greeting CardSf Seals. 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BRANDIES For Your Fruit Cake VAIIROS. . . fifth SJ.1I PAORI ... fifth SUt DUMONT . . fifth S4.0I DUMONT . . pints SMI \f O A I O A FOO0 Of FVW0 PITT OOD CITY OOD CITY— FOOD OOD CI FRATERNAL Navy Mothers C'liih Bakersfield Navy Mothers Club No. -2 will meet Friday at x p. m. in Legion hall with Mrs. Dolly Tre- whltt. commander, presiding. Visitors will be welcome. W. O. W. Tonight Plans will he completed for a potluck dinner to be held October JO, to which all members and their families and friends are invited, when Bnkersficld Camp No. 4GO, Woodmen of the World, meets tonight. Herbert Aspittle, consul commander, announced that applications will be received for membership for "President Midkiffs Birthday Campaign," which will continue until December lli. Bakcrsfield Kiicanipmrnt A meeting of Bakersfield Encampment No. 92 will bo held Monday at 8 p. m. in the W. O. W. hall with W. E. Hall, chief patriarch, presiding. The royal purple degree will be conferred on a class of candidates. Refreshments will be served. All visiting patriarchs are cordially invited. To Meet Friday Bakersfield Lodge No. 440, T. O. O. F., will confer the first degree on a class of candidates Friday in W. O. W. hall. Refreshments will bo served. LEAGUE TEA TO BE SATURDAY Friday and Saturday arc Important days on the calendar of Kern County League of Women Voters, the former being the day for a meeting at school administration headquarters, Kino K street, at '! p. m. and the latter for the organization's annual membership tea. The tea will be held at 2:30 p. m. at Woman's Club tearoom with Miss Dorothy Donahoe, dramatic reader, presenting a cutting of a patriotic: play. Mrs-. Glen Patton heads the, tea committee. All women interested in good government are invited. Friday's meeting probably will be given over in part to discussion of election week on an entirely nonparlisan basis. Mrs. H. R. Fike wiU preside over Friday's business meeting and will introduce tho league chairmen. Mrs. S. L. Alhaugh, chairman of elections, will conduct tho elections meeting and will announce speakers and dates for a series of ballot measure interpretation meetings and plans also will be completed for a candidates' meeting November 3 at IfiOO K street, and for discussion meetings in tho homes of members. gfte Safaersfitlb Californian TTuirsdoy, October 12, 1944 ]3 BRIEF NEWS NOTES Schilling* Coffee avor s always reliable Hostess to members of the Friday Bridge. Club for their recent meeting was Mrs. Kric Stone nf Uelano who entertained at 11 dessert bridge. Prizes were nw.inled to Mesdames Creed Mi-Arthur and J. F. McKen- zip, who with Mrs. (Hen Lawlor were guests. Members present were. Mes- daines Samuel Underbill, Ralph Brooding, C. A. Rufert, M. Moses- sian, and the hostess. Returning to her Delano home after several months spent in Missouri where, she was a guest of her niece, Mrs. Frank Harrelson. is Mrs. Walter S. Allen, who was accompanied to Delano by Mrs. Harrelson. 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