The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 17, 1944 · Page 6
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5 Tuesday, October 17, 1944 Hafefraftrlb Calif ornian P. T. A. Workers Hold Conference A joint conference was recently held in Tulare by the Seventh district P. T. A. and the Twenty-first district, the purpose of the meeting being to organize new units and to give assistance to those new groups in .need of help. Any proup which wishes to arrange for classes in organization to help plan a program should pet in touch with Airs. George John- pon, who will in turn notify the state chairman, who will help them. Present at Die meeting fiom this city were Mr?. I>. K. McLennan, president of the Seventh district; Mrs. Johnson, director of extension; Mrs. George Dorr, extension chairman; Mrs. R. L. Augustus, director of health. State people who conducted the meeting were Mrs. R. A. Doyland, of this city, and Mrs. George licansion. of San Francisco. Airs. Belt el Miller i? president of the Twenty-first proup. Council Members Aiding War Chest According to n report here from Mrs. lliij-'h Nation, president, (tie K'lkcrsfii Id Council n f the Parent- Teachers Association had collected *IOL'L' toward the \Var Chest Fund to d.-ite on October 13. The council is sponsoring a house-to-house canvass ;ind it is reported that evciy house in this city will be called up l>v the group before the conclusion of the dri\ e. The Mock leaders arc nlso helping as are the Camp Fire groups. B'nai B'rith Objectives Topic of Leaders at Meet Meet \Vednesdiiy i'.Mn Court, Order of Amaranth . 41. will meet Wednesday at K in. in the Masonic temple. 1M2H htoMith street. The court will all past royal matrons arid val patrons of Tcjon Court. ing the business meeting a hour will take place in the 't room. Refreshments will be 'T\ ( < I . i "Purposes, Projects and Philoso- ; phif-s of P.'nai B'rith" was the topic 1 of discussion chosen by Mrs. Ben ' Rnsenthal, Women's District No. 4 i Grand Lodge president, for her talk i presented to a large group of women recently at B'nai Jacob temple. ! (me of the highlights of the meet; Ing was the announcement by Airs. I Rosenthal of Die election of Mrs. j jAnnand Strauss, past president of j the Bakerstield auxiliary, to the ad- I visory hoard of the district grand I I lodge and also her appointment us i regional deputy for Bakersfield, Sequoia, and Fresno auxiliaries. The guest speaker summarized many of the national and district projects and gave a report of the war services conducted by District No. 4. Some of the war drives this group has .supported are the Fifth War Loan, in which the B'nai B'rith sold $!>,oon.000 in bonds (Bakersfield was credited with $38.000 of this), the establishment of 122 day rooms in western army camps, the contribution of money raised by the group to Ilillel libraries. ?."iiiO; general war service, $5000, and $2000 for Children's Aid Society. Mrs, Rosenthal said that a vocational guidance office Is In operation in Washington, D. C., and is distributing career pamphlets. She pointed out that service forces have purchased 10,1 zr, O f these pamphlets for inclusion in army vocational kits. A west coast office will soon be established to assist in this project, she explained. A musical program was presented by Bakersfield High School quartet under the direction of Ronald Clark. Mrs. Harry Stanoff presided and announced that a dance to raise money for the War Service Fund will he held October 28 at Bakersfield Inn. Mrs. Stanoff added that the public Is invited to this function. Following the program, tea was served in the social hall of the temple. Alesdames P. Root, Louis Younger and Jack Levy poured, assisted by the following hostesses: Mesdarnes Jack Landson, Robert Strauss, Charles Klein, A. Zeigman. William Solomon, Morris Weidman and A1. rtierman. '. T. A, NOW •••you'll surely want to fry because: MOOESS MONEY- SAVER BOX IS CONVENIENT! Try MODESS Now! MODESS! New Money-Saver Bex saves shopping trips, is easier to carry. Modest is safer...In hospital tests, 209 nurses proved Modess gives greater protection than nationally known layer-type napkins. Modess is softer...3 out of 4 women voted Modess softer to touch, in nationwide poll. More women are switching to Modess than to any other sanitary napkin in America. Buy it! Try it! See why! Get the new money-saver box SOFTER, SAFER SANITARY NAPKINS ONLY "The art of fine living enhanced liy the ••njoyment of good literature," was the theme of the day, when Longfellow P. T. A. met recently for its first meeting recently. Mrs. Walter Maas, Jr., president, welcomed old and new members. Mrs. Mildred Sloan was elected secretary of the association upon the resignation of Mrs. Clarence Carr. Members were asked to prepare dishes for a cooked foods sale to he held October 21. 1944. at Whelden's Market. Paper bags are to be saved and sent to school on October 20. Mrs. Maas presented Mrs. Frank L'halt, with her past president's pin. Mrs. Lafayette Banes, head of the order department at Kern County Free Library and popular speaker, talked on "New Books for Grownups and Children." Mrs. Nell Farnham, principal ol the school, welcomed everyone anc gave a short explanation of the ques tion box and correlation between the program and school work. Elvin 1j. Hedgecock spoke in be. half of Bakersfield War Chest and stressed the importance of giving much more than before. Airs. Maurice St. Clair, citixenshii: and legislation chairman, spoke on Propositions No. 3 and 9, stressing the importance of voting yes on these and on Xo. 11. Following the meeting a social hour was held in the cafeteria with Mrs. Ivan Tarr, Mrs. D. M. Mills, Mrs. Joe Solomon and Mrs. IT. C Williams being hostesses. "Health in Our Town," was the topic, when Miss Abbey do Sozo, director of public health education of the Kern General Hospital, spoke at the Horace Mann P. T. A. meeting recently. ( A flag salute was led by the Cub Scouts. Mrs. Bert Ryder conducted i short business meeting. Mrs. R. G. Gray announced a "cafeteria style" dinner for Friday, October U7, and asked all tu hold that lale open. Itefreslnnenls were served during Ihr social hour by Mrs. Alfred Russell, assisted by Miss Mary Stanhope, Mrs. Leslie Darling and Mrs. K. G. Gray. "Citizenship Begins in the Home," will be the topic, when Judge Warren Stockton speaks at the parent ducation class of the Horace Mann I'. T. A. to be held in the school auditorium Thursday at ^ p. m. Mrs. C. D. Adams, parent educa- on chairman, will be in charge of the meeting. All interested parents ire invited to attend. A special invitation is extended to the parents o - f the Horace Mann school children. Do You Suffer 'PERIODIC' FEMALE PAIN With Its W««k, Nervous "Dragged Out" Feelings? n at such times—you like 10 man? girls and women suffer from cramps, headache, backache, (eel tired, restless. a bit moody—all due to functional periodic disturbances- Start at once—try Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. It's famout not only to help relieve monthly pain but also accompanying tired, weak, nervous feelings of this nature. This Is because of its soothing effect on ONI or WOMAN'S MOOT IMPORTANT ORGANS. Taken regularly — Plnkham's Compound helps build up resistance against such symptoms. Follow label directions. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S A marvelous tailored suit of Botany's 100% woo) Vel-o-tunll.. .a cardigan topper of the same smooth fabric... a three-toned crepe blouse; and you are ready to make the most of any occasion. The suit (hand picked trim) 29.95 The topper 29*95 Crepe blouse . . .-. ,T.*. .-.-.-. .-.-.-.-.-. .7*95 Your choice of Caramel, Green or Brown. HARRY COFFEE FRESNO • BAKERSFIELD "Know Tour Child's School" Is the topic of the meeting to be held by Emerson P. T. A. at the school Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. At this meeting parents and guardians will be given the opportunity to meet the teachers. Parents are also asked to bring ^to this meeting, the naine of their,child's home room teacher. »i Miss Dorothy May Gibson will speak on "Opportunities for Developing Citizenship Through Student Body Activities" at the meeting of the Washington P. T. A. to be held Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. A speaker will also.be present to represent the war chest drive. A board meeting will be held preceding the general meet at 1:30 p. m. Busy Meeting of Deanery Scheduled A special program has been arranged for the first fall meeting of Bakersfield Deanery, National Council of Catholic Women, scheduled for tomorrow evening at S o'clock in Our I^idy of Guadalupu Church hall. Mrs. Ear! Green, president, will conduct the meeting. Plans will be made for the remainder of the year, reports of summer activities outlined, and delegates will be elected to attend the annual diocesan conference which will be held in Merced Sunday, October 20. All Catholic women, whether associated with a Catholic affiliation or not, are extended a cordial invitation to be present, according to Mrs. Green. The Bakersfield deanery l:j composed of all Catholic women's organizations of Kern county. Responsibility Is Theme at Meeting Varied Speakers Heard by East Bakersfield P. T. A. Livingstone Guild to Hold Social Meeting Livingstone Guild of tho First Presbyterian Church will meet Friday evening at 7:3u p. in. at the home of the. president, Miss Nora Cacly, 18^'B Second street. The guild is a Kroup of business and professional women organized for the purpose of studying missions, home and foreign. Following the program, a social period will be held with refreshments served. All women who are interested are invited to attend. For the information of those not having automobile transportation. Miss Cady's home may be reached by taking bus No. 4 going south on Chester avenue, getting off at Second street and Oleander, and walking one block west. Miss Cady and Miss Kmma Buckmaster will be hostesses. In co-ordination with the theme of the month, "Developing Civic Responsibility." .Tohn King, social science teacher, presented two student members of the Junior Statesmen Club to the East Bakersfield High School P. T. A. at a recent meeting. Don Cook, representative to the summer school session of Junior Statesmen at Montezuma, gave a resume of the aim! and purposes of the organization and Oran Palmer, vice- president, said the, results of a house- to-house survey, the organization made in Kast Bakersfield. showed ISO per cent of the voters had not registered. Dan Reed, legislation chairman, explained several legislative measures on the November ballot and asked for the support of Proposition Xo. 9, as recommended by Seventh District P. T. A. An appeal for contribution to the rummage- sale to be held at SIS Baker street, on November lt> was made by Mrs. Ralph Hohne. chairman, and 1. K. I,ano announced a course beginning October L'l, in "Auto Driving and Traffic Rules" with 's unit credit under the auspices of the state traffic department for those students wishing a driver's licen.se. An all-girl string ensemble played during the afternoon. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Orover Cogdill, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Ralph Holme and Mrs. S. Derbyshire. DEMOLAY MOTHERS DeMolay Mothers Club will meet Thursday at 1 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Cordon Trail!, 131 Lincoln street, the event, being a business meeting followed by a Halloween party. Hostesses for the event are Mrs. Dun Griffith, .Mrs. Trail!, Mrs. It. J. 1.nter and .Mrs. Mclntlre. LEAGUE TEA IS ENJOYED EVEN1 READER PROVIDES CUTTING OF SIGNIFICANT DRAMA Miss Dorothy Donahoe read her own cutting of a patriotic play with modern implications for Kern County League of Women Voters and guests Saturday at a tea at Woman's Club tearoom. "Later in the program she spoke in behalf of the War Chest. Mrs. H. R. Fike, president, introduced chairmen and special guests, and Mrs. S. L. Albaugh announced a candidates' meeting for November 3. at 1600 K street. Under, Mrs. Albaugh's direction, tennis of public speakers from Business ami Professional Women's Club speech class are answering calls to the League for speakers on the ballot measures. Seven engagements has been made to date, and others expected. The teams are introduced by a League member, and base their talks on League materials. 11 rs. Glen Patton was chairman of arrangements for Saturday's function and Airs. A. C. Alack and Airs. Albaugh poured. Hostesses inchlded members of the board of directors with Airs. Tracy Gorham aiding Mrs. Patlon as assistant chairman. So and Sew Club Meets At Hoffs for Luncheon So and Sew Club of Royal Neighbors oC America met with Mrs. S. lloff, 1007 S street, recently, the afternoon being spent sewing for layettes. A politick luncheon was served. Special guests were Airs. Christiana Harnill, state supervisor, and Airs. Alary Louise Koehn, district deputy and Mrs. K. Brown. Airs, lloff was assisted as hostess during the evening by her daughter, .Miss Venda Ann lloff. TEA GARDEN MENU REHEARSE TONIGHT Tho Messiah Chorus \vill rehearse tonlRht in the Fir.st Baptist Church at 7:",0 p. m. A good attendance is Farm-style Supper Fried Apples and Pork Sausage Hominy Grits with TEA GARDEN SYRUP Tea Garden Cane and Maple Syrup ... a delicate, delicious blend with pure maple sugar, gives zip and **st to old and new recipes. Some prefer "Tea Garden Drips... a thicker syrup, deeper color.distinctively different flavor. There is a BIG War Job ahead in the Pacific/ -«» ^ iZ*vJ^^^^5^«3^^as^^^^r- ; :& r ss^^~;x; ? -. ss^-^s?s2£i ; £^^@2^S2g^^::^-^-^-^K«^~3=i^>3er- S*-=*r - • •yiK\- ^ .f STAY ON THE JOB and see it through! There are no foxholes of postwar security in the Jap- held islands of the Pacific and the mainland of Asia. Our Army, Our Navy, Our Marines, Our Air Corps have a tough and bloody job ahead to liberate China and dictate the terms of surrender in Tokyo. The need for ships and supplies has yet to reach the peak demand in this vast Pacific war. I* is a need that calls for ALL hands on the job to see the job through. Stay on your job and see it through. Save all the money you can and put it into War Bonds. Think and plan your postwar future of course. Look around and make your plans. Your family will like the home comforts here of California Living with Natural Gas and Electricity in cheap and dependable supply. Compare and you will find the cost of gas and electricity among the' very lowest in the Nation. It was that way before the war, during the war and will be that way after the war. PAC'FIC GAS AND E I'E C T R I C COMPANY w •^ Ml •fi -* k^ I •M /> M X yr mti 'N, i — f ^ During Hup*ft to jmn, u/tOt living tnti IMV* gnu up 27%, P. G. »»d E. Inu rufimJ tin 5ZX-D-1044(jil»

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