The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 20, 1944 · Page 7
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 7

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, October 20, 1944
Page 7
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Mathematics Proves Lively Topic for P. T. A. Meeting ' Various types of mathematics including trade and military mathematics, slide rule, algebra, and geometry were demonstrated when a program was presented to the High School and Junior College P. T. A. by the mathematics department recently. Laura TIeyd, as chairman for the evening, introduced the following instructors: Mrs. Mary Waggoner, W. A. Dennis, M. Meyers and Miss Eileen Bowling. The students participating In the demonstration were: Metty Jean Gee, La Vedda Haggard, Don Hackett, Herman Ensey, Fay Tison, Jack JSliery, Jim Cunningham, Donald Sutton, Ward Wright and Earl Frie- een. Leonard McKaigr gave his inter- pretation of the proposition 9, 11 and 12. According to Mrs. E. S. Plckett the High School and Junior College P. T. A. now has a total of 1000 members. Marjorie Stadt presented two piano solos. The mathematics am drawing teachers were hosts during the socal hour following the meet inpr. Homemade cakes and preserves were auctioned off by Dan Harrison East High Showing Crafts at Exhibit Artcrnft work done by household arts students at East Bakersfield High School will he exhibited at Washington Junior High School, Oc tober 20, as part of the Inter-Racial Art Exhibit, it was announced today Work to be shown includes crepe paper craft, card weaving and sten ciling. Members of the class whose work will be displayed are Val Angle Nanalene Clasori, Shirley Diaz, Jeani lliggins, Laree Love, Betty Melton Mary Lou Newberry, Madalon Shepherd, Gloria Smith, Mildred Smith, Pat Stephens, Wanda Mae Tarpening, Doris Dale, Muriel Me Daniel, Soledad Diaz, Dorothy Ore gor, Audree. Allen, Colleen Cadera Lorraine Cronln, Florlnda Fenian dez, Mildred llylton, Twila June Knight, Maxine Morgan, Aileen Me Nearnoy, Hetty Newcomb, Caroliiu Ross. Wanda Jean Smith, Mildre< Spnlinger, Laura Welker, Juanlta Simons, Etta Mae Hensley, Jeanne Weibe. Household arts classes are under the <lir«M.'tion of .Mrs. Miriam Welch ;<inl .Mrs. Lucille Rnhert. I A IOOK OF IMPORTANCE Finer* Suit'Tailoring—All* Wool Fabrics ^All-wool; worsteds "and" gabardines. A 4% 4% TC tailored smoothness that lasts! A A multitude of stripes and plaids. Men's Broad Shouldered Overcoats [Soft fleeces," smooth coverts, durable Cav- . airy Twills, warm Cheviots—every one [all-wool! Brown, Blue, Tan. * .75 WED IN PASADENA— Miss Mary Alice Harrison, of Azusn, became the. bride of Keitli Half, seaman first class, of tin: I'nilcil States Navy, now based at, San iJiogo, recently in Pasadena. ZOXTA SALE A rummage sale will be sponsored by the Xontu Club I'mm 3 a. in. tn ii p. in. Saturday at SIS Baker street in Kast. RakcrsfieM is was announced tnday. Compliment Given W. R. C. by Officer Twenty-four officers and members of Huilbut Woman's Relief Corps met at Hotel Padre for a noon luncheon AVednesday In honor of Mrs. Sylvia DeLoni;fleId, of Santa Moniea, department president of Woman's Relief Corps of California and Xevarln. Mrs. DeLongfield was in the city to inspect Unrlbut Relief Corps, of which Mrs. Mary B. Hampson is the president. The visitor complimented the corps for its fine work, and presented a vocal solo for the members' enjoyment. Mrs. Eva Venn was presented with a pioneer flag, having been a member for 25 years. Mrs. Winifred Ketchem hade the presentation. Mrs. DeTvongrfleld sang "I Love You Truly." following the rite. Dinner was served in the guest's honor at Chinese Village' later. ETY PARADE gfte Safterad'tlb Caliform'an Friday. October 20, 1944 7 Instruction School Scheduled Tuesday A school of instruction for officers and members of Lnckawanna Council Xo. I. r i4, Degree of Pocahnntas, will be held Tcusday In Druids hall with Mrs. Fred Alippl. deputy great Pocahontas, in charge. It was also announced that a banquet will be held at II Trovatore Cafe Tuesday, October .11, at 6 p. m. in honor of Mrs. Ruby Rogers, great Poeahoritas of the reservation of California. Reservations may be had by calling Mrs. Alippl or Mrs. Lyman Finn. A practice of the escort team will also be held on October 24, according to Mrs. Harold Broome, captain of the, team. A potluck supper preceded the business meeting held recently in honor of members having birthday anniversaries in October. Kptc Recent Bride Mrs. William Metropoulos, the former Miss Mary Demos, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Demos, 3300 Jewell avenue, was the honoree at a wedding shower recently in the Hellenic Community hull. 401 Trux- tiin avenue, the event being presided over by her aunt, Mrs. Hara- lamo Xoulos and her sister, Mrs. Le- Koy O'Nell. Mrx. Metropoulos was married recently in Visalia to Sergeant William Metropoulos, of the United States Army, ba.«ed In Lincoln, Neb. He is formerly of Chicago, 111. The honoree will join her husband at Lincoln in the near future. The color scheme expressed R combination of silver, pink and white. Two silver hearts with inscription, "Bill and Mary" centered the hall. On each side were smaller hearts with the words, "Good Luck." Silver and white streamers and bells bedecked the hall surrounded with flowers. A three-tier wedding cake with the bride and bridegroom with white tapered candelabra centered the buffet table. Refreshments were served to more than 00 participants, buffet style. Greek and American songs were sung by S perns Markopoulos. son of the new Greek pastor of the Greek Orthodox Church, the Reverend Father Vnslllos Markopoulos. Assisting the hostesses were: Mrs. Gus Balasis, Mrs. A. Dokolas, and niece of the bride, Miss Catherine Ermignrt. • • • Parkers f!o North Mr. and Mrs. James TT. Parker of fil? Grace street, left, this week for San Francisco to attend the graduation of their daughter, Miss Gene- vleve Parker. Miss Parker will receive her bachelor of science degree find Is graduating as a trained nurse from the University of California j HospiiHl in San Fivincisco. i Mr. and Mrs. Parker's son. James I Parker, who is attending the Cali- fornia Institute of Technology in Pasadena is having a two-week vacation and will join his parents in the north. * * • Fe Clfic C'lnh Plans for a fund s;ile nnd also a rummage sale to be held in the near future were mado when members of the Fe Clfic Club gathered recently at the home of Mrs. J. C. Christy. 2014 P:irk Way. fur a business meeting and social hour. The hostess was assisted during the evening by Mrs. Hen Baker and Mrs. Jack Hutcherson. Those attending the meeting were: Bon Baker Kverctt Rt>ed Jack Hutrhorsnn R. 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