The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 19, 1944 · Page 9
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Harvest Talent Event Nets Much A highlight of the recent harvest talent dinner sponsored by Woman's Society of Christian Service was the bringing in of the "talents." This WHS done as the group sang "Bringing in the Sheaves." From all sources the grand total was announced as $1290. Mrs. Ralph Blocher was in charge of dinner arrangements: Mrs. L. M. Kresky added the decorative touch; the DiGiorglo Farms donated grapes. Devotional leader was Mrs. Harbin Mann singing two solos. The society voted to make $500 their missionary pledge and $240 scholarship fund. The program in November will be devoted to Deaconess work with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peery heading the program. . Starts INSTANTLY to relieve MUSCULAR f ACHES-PAINS Shoes Too Short, Club Women Told Members came to the conclusion that moat people wear shoes that are too short, following a discussion and demonstration of shoe selection and care for the feet by Miss Dorothy Wilkinson, home demonstration agent for Kern county, before Missouri Club, recently. The meeting was the first this fall and was held at the home of Mrs. Pearl Wilson, 2420 O street. Pictures oC the feet of partlcants were drawn and recommendations made. During a business meeting conducted by Mrs. M. G. Mears, plans were made to meet nights instead of afternoons out of deference to the half of the membership which is working days. Mrs. B. R. Harmon Invited members to a meeting in Magunden hall, October 24, to hear Miss Wilkinson speak on use of sewing machine appliances. Members will make comforts for Christian Service Group at the Mears home, 1916 East California avenue, Friday, at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Dona Clark, age 82, was presented with a gift from the club. Missouri Janes (mystery sisters) were revealed and new names drawn. A sunshine gift was pre- .sontod to Mrs. M.iggie Xash. APPLY High Test GYPSUM NOW To Loosen Up Tight Soil To Help Ground Take Water Better Use GRO-MOR Brand Fast Acting — Goes Farther — Easy to Use MID-STATE CHEMICAL SUPPLY Bakersfield, Twenty-ninth near M Street Phone 2-6349 Lindsay Phone 141 HEAR MRS. ROSS TELLS PLACE OF SMALL COUNCIL IN CIVIC LIFE The place of the smaller councils of Jewish women in the community was ably sketched by Mrs. Lenore Cohen Ross of San Luis Obispo, formerly of Los Angeles, at Tuesday night's meeting of the local council at B'nal Jacob social hall. Mrs. Jerome Melvin presided and Rabbi Jack Levy introduced the speaker, who is not only on the national council's committee of social service, but is the writer of BIWe stories used internationally in Sunday school instruction. Mrs. Ross' talk was distinguished by wit and an obvious talent for story-telling. It was generously sprinkled with anecdote and reminiscence. Mrs. Jack Lundson announced that propositions on the ballot will be discussed pro and con by a team obtained by Mrs. S. L. Albaugh of Kern County League of Women Voters at a meeting October 31, at the home of Mrs. Harold Zimmerman. Announcement was made that $165 had been cleared for war service In a recent money-making project. Council voted a generous sum to the war chest drive. Mrs. Harry Cooper presented an impressive report on bond and stamp sales, and Mrs. Daniel Casden added a fine report for Rod Cross. Mrs. Melvin thanked workers and mentioned her appreciation for those who had participated in various projects, Including the emergency clothing drive. Mrs. Ross was eloquent In her plea that the council continue its fine work in the community, commenting upon the national attention won by the local unit, especially in its welfare work for migrant camps. She explained that such work is a. bulwark for the future, and builds leadership as well. She showed how, often, Jewish women are called upon to be "Hannah Solomons," Hannah Solomon having been the founder of council. Standard Now Has 1157 in P. T. A. With 1l~i7 members joining the .Standard School P. T. A. during its membership drive which ended Friday, the unit now boasts a member for every student In the school, it was announced today by Mrs. Kenneth Leimhach, president. Taking first place in the junior high division was the sixth grade class of Miss Gladys Hansen.'vhile while second pri/e was won by the seventh grade, class of Miss Marley Giisson. In the primary division Mrs. Josephine Knowles, fifth grade instructor, is the teacher of the winning class, and second place was captured by the fourth grade class of Mrs. W. C. Kortkin. ! Mrs. IjCimbach urged members to ! participate in a rummage sale to be ] held nt SIS Baker street Thursday. ] the doors scheduled to open at 8 n. m. In charge of the sale is Mrs. Warren Blackmon. St. Mark's W. S. C. S. to Sponsor Rummage Sale Women's Society of Christian Service of St. Marks Methodist Church will sponsor a rummage, sale all day Friday, beginning at in a. m. at SI8 Baker street. Mrs. Cecil MacKar- lane is the chairman in charge. W. S. C. S. MKKTS FRIDAY Members of St. Marks Women's Society of Christian Service announce a mooting for Friday at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Willlam Lattimore, 317 Linda Vista Drive. TO MEET FRIDAY Mary Arden Chapter of the Shakespeare Study Club will meet at the home of Mrs. D. W. Wells. 610 O street, Friday at 9 a. m. A good attendance is requested. 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An extraordinary value that you can't afl'ord to miss. THREE DAYS ONLY Eighteenth and H Str««ta—Phon* •-•541 BAKERSFIELD 102S Baker Street—Phone 4-4MI -i EAST BAKER8FIELO S19-B21 Center Street—Phone •• TAFT McMjhjn'- Rddio Prorr.irrv KPMC at 7:15 A. M. KPMCatSilOA. M. KERN at 7iOO P. M. KERN at 6:00 P.M. KERN at 12:48 P. M. KPMC at 12:OO Noon SOCIETY (Che Babergfteib CaUforntin Thursdoy, October 19,1944 SllOWIT <iiV('ll Mrs. J. K. Pinheir,,, Mrs. J. S. limit •jjrue/. Jr., of Kodeu, and Mrs. I. .1. M;u.iivini were hostess at a rerent layette shower in the Marae- ciiii homo, 719 [''lower .sircol. in honor i.i Mrs. A. Ariis. of San Fran- cisen and formerly of this city. (Klines were played dnrini; the eve- niiiK. prixes Ki'il.u to Miss CieiK'Vii K.'.msey, Miss Helen Ambrose. Mrs. A. Petty, and Miss Lena Amhroso. The hiiuse \vas deeoratpd with sti'ips of white ;uid pink erepe paper, refreshments were seryed. mid sifts were opened. Anionjf (hosu present were: Jl.-irv Amlifis- (Tuft ' Tunv Ann.i^ A. S. S^iiKli mi Miir-.u-l Ciiphiiia .M; 1 nil.M c.onxit l^H Miiniii-l Miiil.cs Joseph A. t!« A II1 nil t,t Mitrl! UKa Ki;nik MI-CUIIII !'-ill ••< k S!i:iy i 'i unh I'n • hi ro ti:iin IPI f lnn/Hl^v- ISMII I-'i IOKIMO) [.aura M;m:« I..." P.I I In KirliRiil Piiike l-'i-iinn .Marnri M.'i ry Ilnnn Ki.,nk Smu.t SC"Vt- Ai Us \"iin PHI M'i raci.inl .IllM-Pll SilVH 1-NKniio S'iuZit M.iiv Avihi Alvill At li.i Miiiy A sin- Mai > A ze v I-'lorrni/P Slumber Party Toniclit Plans, were completed for a slum- li"r partv to be held lit the home of Miss i:\el\ti i 'hristensrii. :':;uv First si rect. tonight when nienibers of the Xonain I 'lub met recently at the I.oiraine Preston home, ion.' Nineteo-nlh street. It was annoiin.'ed thai the next tn<" ting of tin- club will be held at' the home ot' Miss Frances Kisenstein. :!"! Mighteenth street, when all members are urged to brine: their mothers as giiesl*. A Halloween motif will be expressed In the decoration and refreshments. ; Those pieseu at the meeting; were: MIIWS--. Mn\ino Mi'iuirx' .liiyi o Kiuvlai.il I-'i a In-rs l':,s. iif.1 nil I'.l ItV r.,'.,llv Airs. Mill-shall Here j Mrs. .lames It. Marshall, wife of Corporal .lames It. Marshall of liak- j orsfield and Tail, arrived here Tuos- i day with their baby daughter, to stay probably for the duration. Cor- i poral Marshall, son of Mrs. Loritie i Marshall, has been sent to Williams ' Field, near ('handler, Aril!., to await shipping orders'. i FRATERNAL Card Party Saturday The tirst oi' H .~fi if^ f <*~ six tuf"! |>;ir ties \\ ii! I,,-. hi.|,| S;ii ;r.l:i v ;il *» I'. Ml. 1)1 Mrlrlnri'll il.iH liv Kii/,1- hi-th X. i'.in T.MI'. I >;i u^htM's '•( I'Mlnll I'ivil \\.ir Vctrivir..-. !•'!<." liuiiilmcl \\ill I." |i].iyt|. f.i-h pri/os a\\ .inltHl. :i!nl ;h" public i.-- in\jtfii. \v. o. \\. '• liiilu'i >;irM i '.Hup .\,i. ii.n. \\-, , f ,,|. men of tin- \\ "i lil. \\ Mi ciiirrciin inciiibiTs an.I th.'ii- f,miil'>s arul frii'tnl.-- :ii ;i i;-:in p. m. i»>U:n-k diii- ni'r Thiirsil;i\ . A Mukil ln,i.:r will fiillnw the dinner. IJhertii.s Chiiplcr A <'ln.<s uf i an.li.lnti s «ill lif> ini ti.'itod whi-n l.ibovt.-is Cli.ip'i'i' NH. IliiJ. Order nf tin- K,stf>rn St;ir. meets in flip MMHIIIIK- tr-ni]i|p Mnmlnv ;it S p. m. New member* will br- honored. .Mrs. \V. T. Koese is I-IIM irnvin of the Halloween pnrty to be hr-kl t>>l]n\v- int: the nieelint;. .\b-inbeis ;i re requested to weill' eosl Mines. Vl.sililifj membors are well nine. MKS. I KAI.KV I) IKS woonRrr.Y. x. .1.. on. i:>. IUPI Mrs. Mary Kastlark Krulcy, Won,!bury. X. .!.. \\ife o!' Osrar l-'raloy. I'niteil Press spoils writer, was killed to,|;iv in an auiKinobilo nrci- dent in which six other persons wore injured. 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